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The Moyie Leader Dec 24, 1904

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Array in���"-���  i ff\   I*      I  x<s Hi    $  &23?��Er!2B*  ii.'i'Ai']:  .ovr'j;!:  i'i'!>:,  , tc  l.'l'1    "t  "Mc  ,r! l'.,  3B0  S.  h Cobii. ���'.*���  ... - �����*���*���  ^^g^ga. ���s^^f^%r.^v^-*-^'v^-*^.��v.--^' ^���x..-**.*  ���^s?  ^"^���^���^"^V  UlSew,   -Tis Simply This,  tend to You a  We 1&  s��  V/i  o  ���I,  : . .i' f;MiS! ivi th  gig8  Pretty Polly.  ^  High  Mass   at lid-  nig hto  foiir e*s on tlie wing; dbn't leave  too' lata to  visit tlie  popular  -�� dauartersfor first class grocer-  ^s and up-to-date dry goods ana  jents'furnishings."  \ ' ������'"  ft  4'  V t  \m  mm m. mm  f i ���   ���~   ��� l  |lOMrcli'Is Costing $4,000,  f\ * of which About $3,000 '  has Been Paid,  The musical comedy of "Pretty Induced Monday  evening   at   ���b._ hall before an.appreciative  audience by Ada Palmer Walker and  hor company. The plot is' merely a  iine on which arc hung -witty dialogue,  catchvbonga, duets, quartettes, sextettes and dances. It deals with the  complication aribing from a marriage  agreement made'by two of the German nobility, in the interests , presumably of their son and daughter.  Mistaken indentity forms tbe principal vehicle for the comedy.   ,  After the performance tho audience  j was given a "treat in the way * of a  friendly boxing contest between Billy  Williamson'and George TitzWilliams.  They went iour fast rounds and did  some pretty work. 13. J. Elmer ref-  ereed tbo bout.  i5  Cosmopolitan  Hotel.  ���Last week   the   cosmopolitan   hotel  in   Cranbrook .changed hands,  J. ,B��  win be iteiu   in  tne   uii'jiijuujj   ni.   -j.   Downes   retiring   uuu      .       ���  Father'Ohoinel ivill'officiate at   all   uf |'taking over the   business-.  Mr.     rna  ���   .       *..    .-        _..���   -.I- ... ,,..i.���i���i ��,.n vonroiiirfi. so tnat ne  ILitiii rna3.--,. will be sunj; at midnight  in thu new Catholic   church   tonight.  o  High mas*- . will _ be 0celebrated  tomorrow at, 10 a, in., and Bun'ediction  will beheld   in lhe   afternoon   at  y H,U      i*w ��������� -��� m^   Father Choinel iviU'ollioidte at   all   oi ] taking over ine   uuwm.*   ' '      M    the  services. ' A   collection    will   be I rim the hotel five years ago, so that lie  ���  '   '    "       ^   ^^^^^.^^^y^^M.      UakeMiipatthe nudn^hV ma�� which   is"no stranger to ��� thc  business  or the  5###   ����^.^��%F^22!L-    will,applied   to   Uie   church   debt,    p*>Mo   of  the district.   The   Cosmo-  \mSM ''BAM -OF- COmliiEKtfc  Z\X-*XJ *>*. ^*�� ^h*  I'idUp Capital   $8,700000.  Paid  uy       f ^ 500,000  Reserve, .    ~ ���eo,nooo00^ov-?0''04)  Total Resources   - 83,OOU,uuu*  a ,.���,.*.iuteoi Interest 3 per cent.  "   TO REIT '|  lie  UU  ocatio.n.,|  1  W1  ,,  ... . }Club, which is ucmg luiJJic"-    ��� aioywjoi"*"   bvthe Ladies'  of the Altar Society of j juleatiou of the* club to give   .regular A. the hoiiday trade.  .Nloyic, and tnoy   have   been   working        -���        '     *"��<">   ��h��   winter       .-.���___ nnl=i v  % Elwell  Bl:t< ol--'".-  Ji;\M;i."i>"  Yffi  ^^^'��^^r-r5T2'2SL--'-S.T?S3  ���look the Groeei'i* xoU  ake Shore Addition.  Prices as Low as  P-:^  industriously for several months   past  .in doing their   part   to wards   getting  everythins; in readiness for the opening.  Yesterday and tod'iy   the carpenters  aiid painters wort* ac busy as baea  giving the interior of   the   building   the  finishing touches, putting in tho  Boats  and getting everything in readiness'for  tonight,   The choir lias been  practicing for some time, and the   singing  at  the midnight service will  be equal to  that   heard   in many   of   ibe   larger  churches.  The building oi this church was  commenced last September. It i-i 27.1  foot in width, 70 feet in lenght, and  hns cost nearly *-i,000. Of this  amount about, $3,000"-has -been--paidf-  leavinc an indebtodnoss of only $1,000.  The church i-* n most substantial ant.  unnosingclructurcaiulis a credit-to  tbcWwbolMhorcd .-^ ardentlvfor Hi*  buildin3,a!Hl'oil- .tuv.ir.iwMClMt a-  Lr-  oase  l. Wo FITCH, Proprietor  .As *-i4 -*5-1'  .^-liLA<* -���-"'  xXyy  Vyj. ilu-necosait? o! av   .  |jou w��at I-^urans at Beasonable ^a^*'  and epecdy settlements i'0'* ^  ft*  ROfeEl'-  b-iie h^*ir.��:H-i-  .-T"-J  ���:-r*  ^B,fe^'  :ir'..r."J0 fo:  -rsnp  ���.villi ft  ;*v i:i?v.:  ARNOLD & ^u  A  5 Ji. :  vi:  BtKJuo-^i^;;;;- '  ...  ,.���...  ,- '.sH'/n.    ";'''' v  UA'TB.  OU'  .'.,. 1-  will t.o applied   to   the   olv-irch   liout,    psopio   oi   i*j^ "*   unci the collection at 10 a.m.   will  be- j politan  under ins, management   v.ill  aChrieiW presentation   t6   Father    retain the hig|^taudard tvLuc^  Choinel.   Thc dedicatory  service will   Under0tbfi^vi8ionjOfMr.   Downes.,  not b9 held for a month   Or.   two   yet,   ��� _  when it in   expected 'that   the Right j yDanCing   UlUD-  Rev. Bishop Pontenville of New West-1 J*   "   uiinifter will be hero to . officiate, j Au enjoyable social dance was given  The new' altar arrived _ this week I the Eagles' hall 'Thursday evening  from Montreal and ia an artistic piece | un(ler llie auspices of "Moyie Dancing  of workmanship. This was procured |Club) whi(jh j3 beiug formed. It is th-  ,    ., _  t.., = .���'  ^r iu��� AH..r��flf.lAt.v nf !.ulealiou o{ theclub to give   .regulo  c-eeklv dances during the winder  months. The iiest dance will be  given nest Thursday evening, December 20th, The members t extend a  cordial 'invitation to everyone to  attend. , ,.  Was at Creston.  R Teraby- secretary of-the " miners'  union, was down to Creston this week,  on official "business. With the ex-  ception of two or three men the entire  f.-vce at the Alice mine belongs to this  .union. Mr. Temby says the Alice  property is looking splendid, and that  in all probability the working force  will be increased shortly after the first  of the year. ���   Christmas Is Here,  Por the people of  Moyio   this   is a  b-i?bler Ohriatma? than has   been  ^.  .p,>*ici;<"-'d for saver.*: yoar.-.     -' !* ��� u ^  ia     nro-ncrous  and   the    people   aie  h,H!lvidenoos,ftl>o'=rull   dmuci;  pail" cnn be seen ou uvory Ji:>imI.  CHEIBTHAS     MENU.  HOTEL KOOTENAY.  "sour.  Consomme a hi Roydl.    Oyster-  I'lSli.  ' Rinnan Haddie, Maitro de Holol,  3.��7.iM>.  Chicken'  Mayonaisc,:  uoir.K'*.  Buffalo Tongue, liordelaisio Sauce,  JE35T11EICG.  Fillet of Beef with Mushrooms,  "Rlue I'oiut Oysters a la Poulet,  Pftta de fois gri^s a hv Utochotte,  Saute of Giblets a la Fiuanciw,  1COA5T3.  rrimeliiba.of Buef ala jus,  Loin of Pork, Apple kauoo,  VTe-UPhalia Ham, Chamyagne  Sauoe.  y      *    ���' I'OVI.TKY,  T-'rkey and Cranberry Hauec,-      ' ������-. ���  ,'      Goose aud Jiakcd Apulno.  LOCAL NEWS.  W. J. TierneT^" iu   Cranbrook  Tuesday, ' ,  Wednesday was the shortest  day in  the year, ,-,    ,  .,L Cronin �� over to  Borttao*  this week. ��� ,  Moyie's storeB are nicely   decorated  ji catcd.    . . J   Mooting of Lu^islaturo.  Word has bpen given out that it   is  Hv- Intention of Premier McBride   .o  "���'ll the legislature tog<-th*:i    on    beo  r>     i.-.  ,,mi-!'if-  ihi"   announce���  ruary 2.    In niaktn���  nn-   ���*'���   ".  ment.tlio   premier  intimated  that   it  wa, just possible the legislature would  be consented .V, sa earhe '  date.  Monster Locomotives,  TV      r.i-comaiivo    t-inl  . lUohhic  Oompanvof  Montreal,   limited, uayo  ���-    I  accrt'y closed a contract with t w    C-  i\l{.   for   thirty   tenwheeiod   ireight  P*,,M jlA  Is -   '  THE '.MEN'S   ���Ftj'to*'1^  g^w*^-"!?-'' ���  I uo-*i now. Sena your Christmas  .:...le/*,^,c -and we'll fill it to. your en-  A".^.-inaction or.refund your money.  ��� A''^.\y,.c,-uewiil bo-inailfd vq. you  ^ iii'y^r ArWles bought hore  ^.V   h,"   .^graved .'free.    Will   not  . ! '.'.','ia4ntec to to do engraving with.n  i Two or three days of,.  Ch^tmas.  r       ��� W. H, WILSON,   ,  1   Jcveler    y    .   CRAKBKOOK, 13. C.  Celery,  J?ickl.c3,     Olives.  jypuhi'iii i^iiiii^  V,.\ V) TAL, (Authorized).-:������'���  tlAl 1'1'AL. (.Paiil I'i')* ��� < ���' '   "''  I'/,- , i: _���_. .,.-������������:  -".ai; crruyiy, TORONTO,  OKTA'Ul^  'f i' Mi-;ii,uirr, pn-a:   d. k. WILKIN. ������-  ;' 'iAY,.,YHs::;t;,nt Ccn. Manager.    ^ ��� '^"  AAlBIiOOS. MAHGH ;  ' ��� i  ���    Ji'.-'yA..'  a. i,sxy-  ]'.yy{  m  A i A  y\  yyyXAX^  ;iii.��    ,  Bradley,; f ��� Co'  3?A-IHTEBS, ."���*.��� .  jj/..-'-. ��� *-  *.,. v'..-*.i 'yr.y,^  VJSC1KXAUI.KS.  ' '.���.Mashed'i-otaloUV   yOorn.   y  TJ.KSSKKT,,   ���     .-  Mince and Gooseberry rice,  FrifiliBhlTuni Pudding, Brandy bauce,  BilverCocoahutEruit(Cake,   .  Oranges, Apples, Aborted Muta.  Tea,-,   ... .y*y��- Milk'  iMU>����*��rW:����  -.j.ocniHv. Wholc-  -; Ai wiillpap'Tt-r' 'A  ..   ���m.!  r.a;nr!.i'-'"ii  k:;m  .it  -.A  c*a  .I'.icaliori   i'-i^  A.U   kinds of  '\jvr  iy  i.... ������;;;;.;���-��� ���'^A iVI" ME NT���latere-,  [Jy,'!-��t;ul,;Va";;i,!iiu,l- in all  p.uit*   o.  iUr��I:W,     ;'r;--y;.| ivi.l-iltioU  glVCU   iO   OOlloClHiUy  _. .  Mil*   ��   ',  llltM-.Vt'.d ^!:  ;-'"! ���j.'V.iilr,  j, F. a/i.-'PlNKHAfrt  ,    '"jilANBROOli  ji -\,  ss.'ii. BBtAit-i.- amunBor. .     V .  Good rooms, good tables ��ud bat,  and lirat.-olass .Bainpie reotxi?.  H. Cameron and wife were over, to  Caleary this week. ,  Frank MoDevitt has returned   from  tbe Cranbrook hospital.  'The new pump at the  St, Eugene  will be running in a day or two.  T. T. McYittie and Joe Walsh   were  in town this v;eek. .  Joaoph Niederstadt transacted business  in. Cranbrcok  ihe first  oi   the  week. I  An aerie oi Eagles will be organized  in Cranbrook shortly after the  h'rst  of  thc vour.  M'ss limma Cameron is assisting  Mr. Atchison iu his 6^-e during the  holiday rush. -      ,   %  The members of the Moyio Mothod-  i>t churfc will bold their Ohrio{:--aa  tree andllntortainment in their cuurch  ne? t Monday evening.  Coo Purkcr, accountant for the  Moyie Lumber Co., was in Cranbrook  the urat of the week.  \V J. Alcbison has a big stock of  Christmas goods and novelties to select  vour presents Irom.  "The Moyie Odd Felloes have decided ou January 27th. as the date for  giving their dance.  Ida aud leftbolla Whitehead who  have been attending the Lethbndge  convent, are homo  tor   tho   holidays.  Don't forget A. L. Franklin makes a  speciality of hair cuttinS. Baths are always ready.  ^Stone   building,   Moyie.  Jack Cronin .and Norbert NieCer-  atadt, who -ire' attending Gom.aga  coliogo in ���SFO.kaue.rare home to spend  tbe holidays,-  F J 'Fir 'left Sunday for Carraon,  Manitoba, vrhere U6 will-takc up,bis  home; atid where he is interested wi-h  brothers id-tlie   mercantile   business.  M-s H p- Dandurandj Miss Lilhe  Uanburand and Qeprgie .Dandnrand  ���'u-nved in Moyie ket.Wedne.sday from  Rossland and will make their home  hero. , t ��� .    '     'A  ,\. G Monkiiouse left last   -Saturday  for a six week*' visit in the  east.   Ue  wm spend most of his   time   hi .,��e*v  Ybrk'whero his mother: brcthere   and  siatere reside.  .,,..-,     ... .. ��� -,i  The ladies  of  the  Cathplic church  I intend giving a epcial on Friday even-  'Ing.      January'^.    The   money  raised will EC towards paying   for   the  m-wcv<inn jor.Uis   church-    , ..  . 1 j   w    Patmore   is. now -i'i  J>''&'  HaiW'^^ office l.h Cran-ook,,nd  has tnado application to be    iuln.ttt.ct  to the  bar.    Air, tatmorb   is   ono    o  Eaat Eootenay;3..i:i8ingyowig wen anu  w rapidly coming to the   front.  METAL   MARKET.  New   YORE^-Bar silver,   'e^-jienta'    ,  Lead, $4.20.   Zinc (spelter) $4.75.  London���Lead, ��12  lis 3d'.  Excursion Kates East  The Canadian   Pacific, .Railway  an-  nounce   a   low round   trip  excursion '  rate,    first   class,   from  Koote&a?   to  Montreal    and all    eastern   Canadian-^  points, except points north of Graven- *  burst and-  west   of    Pembroke.   Bate  from Moyie  to   Montreal   and   points  west is $G5l0, with corresponding rates*  from all stations to all   eastren   points .  Tickets are   on' sale   daily   'till   31st."  December; with transit limit of 10 days  going, 15 days returning, aud   to   stop  over     east    of   Port   Arthur.    Finaf  limit three mouths from date  of ���sale;  For further information, tickets, berths'  reservation, etc; dpply to local   agents  or write J. S. Carter,District Passenger  Agent j Nelson.  the  ..  Bad Practice,  t _     if  I A fow people in Moyie have  pernicious habit of carrying liome and  using th." buckets of. the tiro brigade,  Theae buckota were bought and paid  for by public.subscription and are to  boused for lire purposes ouly, Persons retaining these buckets arc requested to return them to the firo, ball  ut once,-and thereby avoid the un-  plea'aahtnesr of being compelled to return them.  Too Good To Keep,,'  A stranger walked into the store of  11. Campbell & Co,'s this week, aud  after making his necessary purchase  waa handed back his trade discount.  He " said:"WeH; that .beats George  Washington, ' Whero I buy my goods  I am usually asked more than.I want,  to pav, but here you tax me less than  Iam*willingto.pay, Don't ask me,  I'll come again, sure.,'    <��� -  Frank Sets Stiielter  *                      *  G. Fernau has -given,   out ,the    in-  forrr-fttion definitely, t>hr.t his proposed  aine enriching t"]y"'. v;;l! be built    at  Frank.      H'JJ_JlLrJ - . '  Kev, G. A. McD.ia.rmiC) pastor cf the  Presbyterian., church,.- ., ret-irced last  Week from the east-*vHtk bio bride.  uJ-fcH-rc ETrrtet^dK'<iox*BX ov sKfi'-v  AA!-:TdlE'fl,lAI^?if:BSA.! ' y ������  re f* -V. StTffi-EM-iB* 1USG 7.8XIVX" >  ��� :���.:������- '".-��� -   yrKytKCEAlVE.    ,'.,''  -,',."..  vc|i,o .'s A Vcfe fk*7��i tin'-t. on the  Wth,. tlhF.  Kv'Sniiii-^'o o�� tbeSRid-Court., .thiit  Bys^<XAX's?Ay;��  frl>fr"\f!C(i, wiih tho will tuuiexoa.,    . ,     _  %y* Uerditor or other person  HvlMe Clftttij   .  :,.,,.  X  iiitcrr.��t  in   the   itistnlm.uor".   ("if , uit  kIuuo cf the wWd^ci8��a is.required Ac ?en<  t,,r..,i loner. !id.'|i--"=Jcd*  to  i-1"* '-iiiui-.yi-'u>    ���'-  ^���mliinaa.ldtOMa��d tho   ivJA:y?.rtiov.l>^  o  al.couul;.a-aatlAopat.uro oi tt-.o,secuntj, U*. aav)  UCwte^e'^id'W.   -jn'iiiMouoc'. .Hate  th"  Adj  d��r   will priced', Uh a,o distdbiuiou o  which 1*.^ slwll hn.vo hi'-.l '-^"-'-"v      .  n,,���m),f,,,  Piueil at Otiintirwi*: U-.i-: A^. day ot  Doccmbti  -  " AJ ' '-l"'" u " '  omcii'l Adtal-itrtttoi'i  C  (|  **  ^yy,_y,_y,:  .��;it  ������'-y--}r.. .-.-?/��� z��t.:  ^/ iA*.  *'I-I  ���nffi 0   Wsar**-  every BJaek oi^apan  BriEiker 'm *��*�� Dominion to try  ftiE;  vc;aVl  o!iii'v'V  y.nu  low-'  , wh  wo i  'AA  Cevlon Tea-   Blaok, ESfeed op Katural Greet,  Sealei^ead  jni,!  Packets Only-    PSever sn  y* M @a?oces*So  THE TWO HEADED SNAKE.  IMA'J IMS  X  SIZE 6f an atom.  An Illn.strntion Tlmt (ilves SoiileVIilea  oil  Its  Littleness.       ���  How largo is an atom'.' "l'crhaps thc  simplest though, not'the most exact  way of arriving at a rough estimate of  the size of atoms is by measuring the  thickness of a soap buhblo liim v, here  it is as thin as possible just be-fore it  fc-ursts," says a "writer. '"Such a 1:1m if  composed of atoms must be something  like a.pebble wall. Now, a pebble wall  would not stand if it won. not several  pebbles thick, and if we had reason to  suppose, that it was about a dozen pebbles thick we could easily make an estimate of the size of a pebble hy in oils;-  uriug the thickness'of the wall.   That  k  NEW IDEA.  Tonic   Treatment   for   Indigestion���  New Strengili for the Stomach  Troin Xefrj Rich lied  Wood.  The Tonic^ Treatment���1 hat is the  latest and ci?ily ucientific cure for indigestion. All the leading doctors ol  Kurope and America are using it  with sensational success.' " No more  purgatives, no more pepsin, no more  patent foods, no more loner diet ~*-ists  saying "Thou shaLt not eat this or  that/'^Ko moro'of all this���no thi no;,  in fact, but plenty of new, pure rich  red Jiilood to tone the liver and cive  Wic stomach strength for its work,.  That is the Tonic Treatment for -Tri-  digestion'.  treatment   is    based ca  is the case with'1 theytliinnest region .ofA,   The  tonic, ..,.,.���.-���-._-_._....  '���-'���'-��� -tlie rie\v'".'idea.; that.-drugs'.which digest  , 'the food'for tlYc.yStomacli..' really; wea.Jf-  ehy.-'its  powers,, through .disusei   *   Thfi  a -soap. film, ���������tt' is found to have .a very  'definite: Vuniform .thickness. y-Jt is  the .  :-'thi.nn,est thing, knew n, and* by rc-fined',  '���'optical-incans its.thickness can. boyacy  curately' measured. .Alt; musL'cdhtalii-  Anot less.^tlianr.sometlii-ug like;:a; dozen,  Aaton'S: iiiAts Thickness,���.'-. ���ind.Vyetyit is*:  ���>' only about ythe tweiity-inillionthyof an';  .iiiehy'iu y thickness' ..liy --.direct ������' measure-  ;;menfc/ So that*the di:imctei''ot,au atom  ��� comes" out. between due; two-lnindredtli-,  " mil'Iiouth . of an;'ii'ichyy;tU; other'ywords,  from-: about: 200^0Q0,00Ci; to; 30Q,OO(LOOa  y of: atoms can lie.' edge ,tov,.edge;v in .a*  ' dineaiyineli.''' ,''-A"yy'yVy'.y y.y : ."V',;. ���;.;.;;.  BLADES OF GRASS.  The Kcnnon Tliey Grow So Aluindn.n't-  ly Throughout Wus World.  Grasses are widely diffusod throughout the world c in order to provide  abundantly for the susleu.'iiice of a  very large portion of the animal kingdom.  "Grasses," says Palcy, "are nature's  care.    Cattle   feed  upon their   leaves,  birds upon   their  smaller seeds,   men  upon the larger, for our bread corn is a  grass.    They   thrive   under   treatment  by  which other plants  are destroyed.  The  more their leaves  are  consumed  the more their roots increase, and the  more they are trampled upo-n the Thicker they  grow.    Many that seem dead  and  dry   renew   their  verdure   in   the  spring.     On    lofty   mountains,   where  summer   heats   are   not   sullicient   to  ripen the seeds, grasses, abound wliich  are  viviparous  and  conse'itiently   able  to     propagate    .themselves     without  seed."  It is interesting to note in this connection that animals at liberty in their  pasture to range anil choose attack "the  leaves and leave unbanned the stalks  which support the reproductive liow-  ors.  A'CURIOUS ANIMAL.  'digestive   drgaris   can  .never, dp, ivheir  work prcvperiyyuntil; tKey^are; stiyong  , enough toydo.v it .for thcmsMyesTyThe  ���j- oiily thing that.;can:.give, the��� stprtiach  anil:', the .live'rv new.,'strength is, good,  blood���and   the .only.'thing   that can  actually',.itiakc*<:-;.'hew 'blood is ,/P'iT "W.il-;  liams'    3?ink:*; Pills ,. for,vPale" People.  Tliey .have,   long,;'been ykhoivtiyas VVthe  .greatest'.'' hlopd-buiUling..���tonic in..: the  ;wo r Id;: .Vand ��� al 1: the "hi gh est.,, in ed i cal-  authorities 'agree; that the;, obc. scien-*  titi'c:cure, ,'fpr. indigestion1 is the Tonic.  .'Treatment.v., yThe V marvellous   .success  of Vthe'.treatment has beeivyproyed.'irio  evei'y.: corner' of .the Dominion'.'..'One. of  ':the'!yla'��es.t'\ "v-Pitriesses isVyHIr.. Joseph  Ho.ch.5tto.���Vc; St-' : Jerpme;y:; Que'-..,-:.   who"  :ysays: ,���.-���������'���'I Vsmiplyvvha-tedvithe '/.thought  'of: '^food-'vy *0f'Course* T ; had;to: force  Mnyseif  toy eat,,,  -butaftprwards ,1.   always ��� suffered with, dull, heavy" pains  'in the stom'achv '������:��� I yseemed. to; be 'bilious Vas'well,, and  this  caused severe  headaches,    which* further aggravated'  my i; unfortunate .position,'     I .���;' grew  p'alc,   fell -.-away   in   weight   and   tha.  trouble   'seemed;-   to    bey undermining  my; whole    constitution. T trie.d"several ���.remedies, but'without success;,, a  doctor .whom I consulted advised; ab-  '* solute  rest,  but: this 'was-oiit of. the  question, asT;had to   work*  for   ray  living.     Fortunately "for. me, one' of  my friends    advised,   mo to. use ,Dr.  Will,ianif^" Pink ...Pills;.-'.' aiid "i (Tecided  j to. do" so.   'After taking the i.pills 'for  |.several    weeks ythere   was  a   decided  y improvement   in  -my condition.     Not  ! only   was    ray:, digestion better,  but  i my' general health,.improved, in  every  ���| way.   IsTe\v. blood seemed to,,be cours-  | ing through   my   veins, bringing new  ���|, health;,' and   ��� strength.;.every; day.      I  j tp ok   .eight   boxes. of ..-Dr.    Williams'  j Pink Pills altogether,  and those who  1,'seo'mc now would never know I. had  u'n\yell day in my life. -T owe  WILD BILL'S   FIRST  FIGHT.  He Wan Wouniloit,   i)ut Killed   Six  o*  'tlie MrKaiKllan Givnu,  Wild   Hill,   whose   real   nnme   wns  James Ilickok, lirst ca^n'c west in ISoT  and drove an ox team ou the plains for  Majors & Itussell in lSu'O.  'lie subsequently engaged himself to the over-'  laud stage company ns stock tender and  was put in charge of a new stage station on Itock creek,  near (tho -old  Mc-  Kandlas station, which was generally  known as Robbers'  P.oost    Tliis*-ssva>*  the   headquarters   for  the   McKandlas  gang, a crowd that had held together  since the Missouri-Kansas border ruf-  lian   days   and   generally ' had   tilings  their own way.    A man named Fieklin,  and a number one stage hand, was'the  superintendent.     He tried to buv  out  the McKandlas station; but, failing in  this, ho built a new one neiu- by, putting 3'oung Hitkok in charge.  ' Up  to  that " time  he' had   never   experienced  trouble with any one and was not likely to have 'friction, especially with the  old station keener,  McKandlas, or his  men.  'In the winter of 1SG0-G1 McKandlas  aud his nephew aud four other men  passed by tl.e new station on horseback, leading an old man who was  afoot. They had a rope around the  old fellow's neck, and occasionally they  would take a few turns around-, the  horn of tho saddle, make a run on the  rope and jerk the old man down and  drag him on the ground until he was  nearly dead. The only spite they had  against him was that lie was a -North  Methodist preacher. If Wild Bill was  anything lie was an' abolitionist and  free soiler and loyal to tlie United  S-tates. The McKandlas crowd was  planning to make a raid on several stations to .secure the stock and go south.  They told young Ilickok they would  ��� tako tlie stock. ' He replied that he  would be there.  When they returned late in the evening  two   stopped   at   the  corral,   two  went to the front and two to the back  door of the cabin' or' hut.   Hickok told  them ho would shoot the first man who  took down the.bars of the corral.   The  elder McKandlas tired at Ilickok, 'but  missed him.    Hickok returned the fire  with  a  ride  and  shot  McKandius  in  the heart.   The next shot from,Ilickok  killed tho nephew, and the two fell at  the front door.   Just then the two at  the buck  door  opened  fire,   One   shot  from   a   double   barreled   gun   lodged  seven full grown buckshot into Ilick-  ok's risht side and breast.two of which  entered his lungs.   The two meu who  stopped at the corral came to the i.s-  IE DOCTOR'S AID'^  THAT HE MUST DIE  But Dodd's Kidney P.ills Cured J. J- Perkins.  :,.��� Mi.sii��uie,  Holme   liel--cui.il-  ,   'fce^Sian Kidney He:.iedy.  MMidall,   Man..   Nov.   1 -1 -(Special)  |v,oin.iii   convict    who  ���vunl   liui'i'h'd   to   Ihe     *-c<*i.  was knocked down.    I Ui ���   <<  lv 'arrival   of   the  cHijiik ������)  u.iicl-eeprr   the   ���victim'*    u  Xo i-k^becai i se y o r v Ki Bijs*.  !iv��� tho  t"*:!ablo-"Vtb;   Disea^Ayin-oabigiccd.yancu^  X6cVyXXAA*Ahccou}in  ^xyxyyyy  fo't^d:,.vpw.liiu  ivkhiev ���������'.���Mils;'  *^e,  iiy., th',  ivy^stilute,;  qf ytliis, : ,ph>.ce',y  ^nd'-hciYit.hvi'nyA.lpdd's  -yl^.vhis'ygratitudevy.he  ^���:.:.;"'i.l/l-:t'-o--;ki5QWyii:of..-.-.-.hlS.1  ���^iei*:twb rears of; .Kidney Trouble  ^   ���" kd^lhodpcto."vvsaiil'y.l., wns  ���X-:!:;>^>t s'ti'll:. worse.' and'",At  I got,so  ineurabl.t  mv  titnes::h;vcl ySuchyten'ibley'Paiiisy in  backyiiid   kidneys;,that: 1, thought-:,   1  ���*a;ou1U y.djeV. y,'.:     ;y"*:VVy*y,V '"yv'v"*''''''��� 'V '.;:y'":.'  ,* 'y',rwaH'u!ui^.ile 'toywijirk ^arid 'was H>e-  comibg.yclest 1 tute7wheii'v a. .friend :perr  suadediiiey'Vtb   fiti-*/   !;p.insV'v.y;Kivee'boxesy  vpleteiy;!' vy:yv;,y'yV;.:;y: ;.;,  \rITAL'KKIi   HY  VICT.    'tt       ..   wry 1     Mrs.   Annie   M.   \\.*1-,1.(.  A  D�����  Con-trletor  Tl.at  Uu��   a   vt.  x j^^   ^^   ^^   ^    ^^^  Dccei.live   lall. |was   houten      alaioM    u,   ...  Every  now and  then some ti-rvciei ;.nfui...iU.d  reinah-^-ouM >  .,  tells of a twti headed snake which ex- .      ife>      Th(.     ,uUi,r  js   ,  ,  ists in Egypt, and whenever the nar- i^j,(i,it s.,.(.11K,h.   .m,-s.  \\,,.  r-.tor  hasn't seen  tbe  snake   hrmScir,   (|ll,.vl(.,|   |,y  ihe wohi.ui  u. .  he is  more.or less  disposed to assert i.m  iUXcl.sil-v;   .n  th-  ii...i,,,.  w there really is u snake with two   all(J  a1   oner   su.nn.oned  ,  lu"\    .'   ,-.,���.���.   heeause he has been   Wnhour n  word oi  \\a>**, y  heads m  LgJl'..,^.^5^ 1101-Sons. 'i.iai. p.ek-d  up  ,,  di.ur ���,  told about it by mans rcl au c 1 1  ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^  Indeed,   sometimes   a    ^'c"-r   \\    1  ,     m(Uron's  lllM,i.   n-ll.. .  ���aa actually caught a Klim|.^  o�� tbj       ^ ^     ^  snake is likely" to deelare that it     uj , (h(iii   w,.,n  1n  ,��� tll M  igtwoheaded, for the serpent ceiainlj | <)VLi. Uiji h|im]  ^.{h n  ( n ,,  appears to be so when seen oniy  uy |v (1|11)11  l.<)nvj(.l    who .u-  chance. . ,,  It is only when the snake id actual!}  taken up dnd examined closely that the  truth isirevealed. ,*>-���-  The two headed snake Is not appison- |,M.,.n kilh-d, AK.-r a .-1 > u-  oua seroent. It is only a boa con-1 the two men purc-ml-il n.  sScSr/and'it is fairly common. But , in, tlu- n^^^l^l..!  it is so secretive that it U^**���*.��� , M���:H,ori5 pktKI.UoI'u  its sandy burrows almost constant!:,.  It is strangelv  formed in so far that  its  tail,  instead   of' tapering  off  to.a \ at  j.,.UM.1)O1.0t  ������  point as tho tails of other snakes do, '^     Inin     was    ,,������,  widens out into a bludgeon shape, thus |K.V(m.;.    The loss is ���,������.,  making it look so utterly uulike a tail  that it is almost impossible  to thuuc  it. is anything  but   a  head when the  snake is seen for only a moment.  .To   add   to   the   deception,   jugglers;  catch these boas and paint jaws'and  eves on the tail.'   The work is so care- .  fullv done that only a trained observer   k-r., by  the     Russian   .-��... -i  an'dS^tiisIi Urn real head'from the   ^uadn,,,    have con una,M,  false.   Thus the story of the two hejid-     ^    s    n   o    t ^ ,  ed  snake   Has  obtained  wide  cij^la-,J -'.^ ^ mlu���,s ulsl> .���.  tion, and has even crept into the books ,--    'of otherwise accurate writers. 1  But the second -bead" is only a tail  after all.���Exchange.  ���d'-t'bc  ii'.v.tb''*  ���Veil t(  ,,Tlve,  mx'  Act-it  con  (:on-;  On   Moiuhtv     ul'terno.-in     )  out   in .Vhinif's   planiua  null  lOfiffc  COMMISSION   HF.I'nltT   ��i\  I.KK'lN'CIDKVr  Four    coiiiinihMoiK'i"'-.     i'i  1 lie London   Board of Trail.   .  i-r.s, who  were sent to    a-;"1!  <hiiiKige done to  lhe Nortii  fiiAi  tVil.jJ&'V  Podd's   Kidney  cured   me    com-  o A- PnrpoBc.  A  purpose  is  always  a  companion.  An  earnest purpose  is  the closest   of  companions.    To" fijjiill duties; is more  than to enjoj1" pleasures.    It carries its  own reward.    There is no bitter loneliness for 'those affectionately devoted  to blessing their fellow creatures.    The  keeper of  the  fight house when   niirht  settles around   him   and   the   tempest  holds revelry and ho looks out on the  ghastly glare of the breakers and hoars'  the shrieking of tlie storm fiend, finds  good company in the thouirht that the  friendly light  he  trims  will   warn   en  dangered crews of their peril and perhaps  siive' them   from   death.     Gifted  souls   tind .solace   and   cOinpsmion.slii-j  iu their works.  '     Room For  Improvement.  At a dinner given by Sir rJoshua  Reynolds, 'at which were present Gar-  rick, Johnson, Fox .and others, Dr.  Bernard, the dean of Deny, had asserted that after the ,age of forty-flyo  a man does not improve. "1 differ  with you, sir," said Johnson. "A man  may toprove, and you yourself have  great room for improvement." The  dean was confounded nnd for the Instant silent. Recovering himself, ho  remarked,'"On reflection I see no cause  to alter my opinion, unless I wore to  call it improvement for a man to grow  ���which, I allow, he may���positive,  rude and insolent and save arguments  by brutality."  Applied Science. ��� r.iixl''  .i.-roi.aiuts t<-U us . Giai .1 ;">'  voice etui be diMiiictly h'-are .  alt nude of -V-"'0 yards." 1,'  '���Great Caesar'. I'i must i^-'  mv \vtf<*!"  :Wi  jure  Lever's   V-7.   "Wise   Head)   P--.-  taut   Soap   Powder dieted in ",���  .softens the water and di.*-iiiiec".-.'  Th.-yv Were  in  Luck..���"What ti .!  ladies say wlu-u you  told  tlu-n   1 a  not iit home'.'"    Maid:  "Sun-   11,111  thtm   said   it's  aftht-r  bem'  ik'iui t*1**  be born   lucky   than  rich."  no xot n'-'i.Av.���no 'not   1.  01   n   cnuuli   f.i*.t.-,*i  upon  you   n.-.   ii   -  nouicoti'd.      l>r   "1 hinn.i.-.' Ki-U-tini- f . ���  ruio   n   (...Id   .oiii   liri-uU   M]>   11   t out* *  .  ���-liou'icl   In*   iv-.oru'il1'' 1 o   it*   oiu ..<   u I.. -,  iii si   -> mpttuiis   ft|i|>fni*.       11   cm   i ���*  united   so   iU.it.    iiny   ini[ili-<isiijii   ��� i*-'  t Illl \       )|IL\ ('      Will      111'      lllipi'll l'|ll ll.ll*       U)  ili'liehli*     "L"i>   u   unit   1.  ���.(ionvn  seen: an .���.- ., -      .       ...  :mv splendid health to. these. Rills- an^...��^��-y,.-;- ";.. ~^-" T n t tl; ��� house  ���i."v,0A-iv'advise every dvspeptic, or sistance ,o.f tho two men at..tiio n.ou.c  stioi.gjy.. auvibo y ^vAA t���Vc_!Vr,..,.::,..,.���>. n^ri. ItV n iimul *to ham  weak  person toy lose no time in  taiv  ing them." * ���...���'  y\lr    'Rochettc's     statement.   is     a  stron"' tribute   to  tho Tonic   Treat-  1 ment" Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured  The  Jclly-lilce   Amoeba  Iln.i   >eitlicf  i Epulis.  ��io��tU  Nor Stomitcli. , llu;lil,.    ^^ .    ,,.......--_     -���---,. , .  .,-, yy nrobnblv   the- simplest I him because they, actually  made new  The amoeba, pi oD,u)i.\   tne ."���*'.-.    ,, J       v,^,*    <*^.- i,i,.,'     These nills  ao  form of animal .life, has neither ylunbs, , rich blood  Hickoks-B-as tberi . in a hand -to. hand.  liiht with foui-men. He killed three  of them in 'tlie h'd'use -apd wounded the  other' so ba'dly,. that' he died On the  prairies   "  ... ..."   * '���. ���'  Mutual  Lapse  of Mcmorr.  M-3   IL, wliw  mis  jiasneil   the  meridian" of life  and  is  ambling  down  l.<  we^lern s'ope. had oeeasimi to cc-"isi:lt  her doctor.    Di'fore  he d'nvgnosed   her.  illness he u^kod her age.  -liot'lor" said the old lady, wiU  .ome a.iierifv. "I am just one year  older than 1 was this time last year  when vou visited me. professionally  aud asked the same question."  -How old were you then"."' asked Ue  doctor.  "1 have forgotten."  "So  have   1." --���    .  A neaillopl-".  "Tiio onlv  way, to  swim." said the  man who assumes  to give  instruct,on  ���nioulV nor stomach'.. ,lis. whom anat. -���  ���vv consists' of: a simple cell ot the jelly-like material called- protoplasm.    It.  ��� moves wifh.-n llowing mot ion, Justus a-  drop of glycerin; might slide ou a sbglit-  ���lv inclined nhne. ��� ' .' ���  ' ,,.  "it feed* liv llowing dyer and mgull.-.  "ing and.nunme anitnii.l or ���Vegetable  or^mism that may he in ilss ;p:it.i.  ^V!ii-:i it has digested its food it passes  on ami leave--, the "residue behind.  The amoeba can lie.found im the surface of Hie nmd at tlie bottom of almost anv stagnant pool, and is.hardly  visible  without  a'-microscope.:    U  re-  "'H-oihif-es   ii'S kind by  simply. divid:ng  Intotwo w-heu it-has reached a eei'tam  size  ' Occasionally two amoeba merge  ���into okc'   wliich breaks up into.many  much smaller ones. 1 utiles of diwight  tho amoeba  incloses its��lC   in  a  hard  cyst and waits  until.its home is wet  ..again.  ..W1..0.UVV.    for him:     These pills  go  right-down' to the  root of  the   trouble in the blood and' cure  that.'   The  new  V.l#od, they make carries healing  health and-strength to every  part of  the body.    'That   is   the    new   Tonic  Treatment,    and   the   highest.medical  authorities*    now      recommend'     this  treatment   for    all    the������. cpniinfin  ail;  ii.ioiii.s   such   as 'anaemia,     headaches,  backaches,   rheumatism,' .sciatica, neuralgia.,    nervousness,    dyspepsia. ..alid  general  weakness. These arc all  caused by'bad* blood and therefore are all  cured   by    Ih*.  -Williams'   Fink   Pills.  You   can    got    these    pills    from    any  medicine  d.-aIer or by mail at  50c a  box,  or   six  boxes  for  ��2.50  by, writ-  inir to  the Dr..Williams'* Medicine Co.,  llrockville, Out.  ;y   *.   STiGHQMETRY.  A I5,ook  Custom  Tlint  Never' A'ttalnefi  Aiij- Very   Extensive   UsnSe.  y. fro in tbeKh-eck* stichus,.  or: verse,   and   lnefrO:).  a  used  in: two senses.    The  i-s  to the  subject ���mutter ..of.  tera.tr.re; wlierehy tlie rliyi.b-  w11:���.'-��� I.i eon'stitule'the parallel-  io poe.fi'eiit books are portiotied  aiiout  everythin".  !ia   to-.have ' coiifi-  ti  u  denee."  "Y'c*'," answered the novice, "i  tin* only way to have coniideiiet* i-  be   perfectly   sure   you   can   swim  nd  to  Klii  a . ru  'measure,  li'i'st npti  | 'Hebrew'  micy'lincs  ism of i!-..   . . .   ,  on:"-tr��in one. aL-ther:. the seoond to  I'lrenlii'cly artificial method of measuring off. tbe' r-ontonts of each book by. so  m'i-.ny lines oflixed or average length.  . T!:V former .is of great antiquity and  in; iv have been introduced by'.the sa-  ivi-s.   The latter-is  Metliotl   In   II.  ������'. Miss Cabbie-ifs sfraii-o thfit'a girl  who used to wear hei-lmir so iiy-vitly is  so cureless about, it now. She bus to  l<V(.p brushing-stray Jocks .V:tck wit.i  i ber hand. 'Mi^ Cbcllus-.Tlmfs;-not  straiige.  S'be-s.got an oii--igeuieut ring.  ." Folded.''In.  "Madge, Harry asked me to marry  him last night."  "Oh,* I a?ji delighted," replied, her  friend.  "How did it happen?"  "Well, you sec, he just asked me, and  I said 'Yes,' aad then he stood up and  folded his arms."  "Well, I never! "Was he not more Interested than that? "Whatever did you  do at such treatment'.'"  "What could I do? You see. 1 was In  his arms when lee. folded them."  TUe "Vnlne  o* ��  rfn-me.  Nelson, a thriving littlo English town,  ts a living instance of the value of a  name.    Kot long  after  the  battle  ot  Trafalgar some tinker, tailor or other  person established a tiny wayside ina  and   called   it   after   the   naval   hero.  There  was  nobody  on the spot from  whom to expect custom, but the road  led   to   and   from   populous   districts.  Travelers  stopped   at  tho  place,   and  presently a cottage  or two  began to  rise, then more of them, and the name  of the public house answered for the  whole.    That was  the  nucleus of the  present town.    Now -10,000 people live  around   the   site   which   the   old   innkeeper chose and called after the name  of his hero.  Tn   ,\   Hurry.���C.ut I ei-snip**  iiiuwcr wants sixpence     ,n\  fryin'    pan "      1'aw iiIm'./m '  It's   hot!"   Cultersnipe    '\ '.-  vcr'.s just   cooked    Urn   mmil..  want', the money for th'* he i'  Indi-estion,  that  menace to  ���assaults'.;  and l no* _^csp^^ ��� oi)(. ^  1ms   met   U��   conqneror   >n h.  cnn   Kprviud.        1 lv.s   pf."  nerve   remedy   stimulates  .liuo-   " '  tho   nerves,   aids   circulate*''     "���  ftupuritios.       'dispels      en.aua..*  dint  ��� out  '���.���'iii'i I  onHli.'  bavi.l  Ll  lirltics" back' thu ,(low. ,Of    .1''  i*:eures*'hutW��*eris��'"'of."'''fh'-o����Ps"  battUi'l   physicians.���63 y__  ':���'���' :.������'   V..: ��� ���*'��� '.,..���,..,..:";.:.   ,.... ;'���'- -'V--. .',,-��� ,\\\\o-\  Tnnnune.--The   .scorenmg   . a A     I  ;hilisfwas yabout to,run ov- . -^  of Salvation Anny.-.pcop.le"!***.. ^  holding a meetiugyat: .the-S'1;  net- ".  "What 'would������������be  the ���;���  muttered,,   '.'These,'people-, at:-'-  ed   for death,'1,:'.Whereupon^'  up  andpassed "around  thc"i.  y H  -.ivi'iiii'i  ���sii'iiv*;  Miurr-e ns we limy, mis-ery n.rid suf-  fi.riiig'will.always elenveto the borders  of superiluity.--Jacubi.  \ ju.diro and ii party of lawyers were  ''        " 'niax'nns when one  discussipg  vnrioiis   ni  of the lawyer;, said:  xyiy:iryx^'^y^  i  Lived  Too Fast.  "Poor   felloff,   he   is   quite   broken  down, iindthe doctor says tliu,t his condition is due to fast living."   ;  "Fust living?" '  ��� "Yes; you see he is a traveling man,  and. heVvas obliged fo eat so many dining car 'meals and lose so much sleep  in sleepers that his constitution gave  way." i.  The   Sermon.  . "I.certainly did enjoy your .sermon,"  said tlio bard ease, who seldom attended church.  '���Indeed!"  replied Itev. Mr. Tawker.  "And   which  part; did  you   enjoy  the  most?"  "I   guess   it  was the part-where   1  dreamed   I  had  a  million   dollars,"  "YfclL judge, do. you really^ b"lieve  iiones'tv''i�� the best policy?"   .'" "     .    _  ".l-.fl answer that question by a s.o-  ,.V" replied., ihe judge. 'AVIicu 1 was  pYoKk-jng law one day in the interests  of a client I said to a man:  " 'Do you own a large black dog with  white spots'.-' '���'���.., -,  '���He   looked   at   me  <iui'///acmny. ami  Uii.-iiK'uid:  *��� '(Mi, no. 'that dog is merely a s,ray  e-i'iine that: oecasioimlly strolls into  my yard. Yoifre the tax assessor,  aren't you  -j-  aad !.*iiei- V< ihe gospels  Si. .lei-oine professed to have.founded  liis'-m'eth'od n'por.'a similar treatment of  the" ii*.\t. in   e'::isti:ig  iio.i a'mi Cie  ���ii!; 'is tl'.ought to be represent   ,  C-.d'ex .\::ii:niim.s lit 'Florence  of'  F.'.iihal.us  in   the   Codes  ::;::;is ::1  I'aris. ���'     ��� '  ::vs-e;*i' l-'l'ta largo propor-  vh p;,ge liiank and as velhim  v. :.:i.]ioiiie!ry never attained  .e:*,::.'-:i:;ive usage.'  I'n. km iu is   Counterfeit".  Johnny���Say, papa, passing counterfeit money is unlawful, isn't it? Papa  --Yes. .lolinny- "Well, papa, if a man  was walking along the street and saw  a ten dollar counterfeit bill upon the  sidewalk and did not pick���'.,��� it; up  wouldn't he be guilty ,of passing couu-  terl'eit money and couldn't he be arrested "and put in jiiil? Papa���Moro  likely tiie lunatic asylum. "Now you  ���may;  -go  to  bed,*my  son.  Dei'iif.-vl'-ti  d'liy ibe  v...\ iliai.  !l:*ro!!':b:i  A:; (hi..;  ion mT. ( ,  ���Xo.   I'm only a lawyer.  ���'���ante to  tell vou that a client of mine imd acci-'  doiiLillv shot: and,killed the* big dog  and aiithori/.ed :ine to pay the owner  ij-T, d:> mages. Dot as the animal has  no" owner, why. of course tbore's noth-  iii"  to   pay.    Good   morning.'"  l-i-oin .Mount (ieiievieve, a pear in  Gilpin county, .'Colo., a person caii see  into four states and one territory. On  a clear day the observer can discern  the Uintah mountains of eastern Utah,  tlie Medicine Bow range of Wyoming.  the tips of the llockies in Xew Mexico  and the principal peaks of Colorado.  Tlio plains stretching to tbe east are  plainly visible clear into Nebraska.  Th-'.i-.''  is''ho   telling when a medicine  ,.,, ...vi-i-   of mmhv: 'lie .t-..i-e.deil 'in   homes where .there  .r?��i^ ancl.   the faibi,-,-  l0.    Jhsutwiui^^.^^   _(    1,i,lia|)U!   ���>(,;i(.inl,   ot..   hand  may'liie-an . much ''.suffering,   and,    pei*-  bn|is,'- tb"     loss   'of    a    pi-ieeless   Ibe.  I-A-ci-V ' mother' should; always   ke.*p   a  |)(*lX 'of     ISaby's.'   Own  Tablets   in   the  bouse.   This', medicine  nets ' prompl ly  '(Mill speedily.'cures..such   ills as stomach,   aiid     bow.-.l    troubles.   '    teething  'troubles,   simple ��� fevers,   epbls.   worms  'and   olbor   littlo   ills.   And   the   mother has  a.   guaranl.ee   that  tie-   Tablets  contain   no   opiate   or   harmful   drug.  One   wise   mother.   Mrs.   G on. '1 lardy.  ���Foiii'rliu.   N.'S.. says:     "I  .have.   used.  Hahy's  (Hvii Tablets' and  find   them  a,  blessing   t o, c'hi Idren.    i    am   not   snt-  ���islied wit bout   a   box   in   the   liouse   nl,  all  limes."      if  your  di-aler   does   not  ke.p' these   Tiibiots   in  stock   send   2.-,  ci'llts    to    The    111*.    \S"l 1! i; 1111H"     .Medi'lMe  .(.'.',.,    I'.i-oi.-k'.'ille.,   (int..,   and. you   v. ill  ye'!   a''box  bv  mail  post   paid.  A  BAS   M.OSQU1TO!  To arms!  Away witli peace and Its alluring; charms,  .VvVll'riirlli to meet the foe!       . ��� ��� ���'     ,  ���'Vvi.'"ll biavcly y;o , '       ;   ' ''  And never.turn to rest until we find *  'Hint.i-iK'iTiy avowed of nil mankind, .  The'-fn'i-ci.*   mosquito,   who,   with -dastard  fT'.TUlK,      ,  Asisaults the  human  race,   that slnpa and  : Kqnli-nis'  AnOi'-sti-K-cs  v.-lth'.e.yi'ili'-tlves most Impolite  To feline n way 1 ii. -A''vampires of the niyht  We will l'ui-Ket ili'-K-:.. ic-ri'itorinl ,l)i*a.vvla.  'I'liese vaii'ais ilipiiimatie 'ohill's and ealls.  . Come,   juin   t!ii.   movement   'iiaiust   thes><  host.>; tha t. 'pln.'vue yuvi  And Tiiiifi^-.--.(���:����������� l.y mymsol' fever nnd ague.  We'll   kimll*.*   lirt*.s   aii'.t  variously   suiudgf  'em '  '���' .      '  And   tin-   likewise   it   kerosene   can ,budge  '���fin.  And if those*  full we'll  llnd a para^tc  i-nf hi'-t.me.', and briny him to light  Nova Scollu  Wool.        \a  Nova Scotia the-**")  grow: the best v/o-J  tho world.   Tl a rr  rnate and prazinj; h   >���  a.  strength,   elasticity a i  silkiness to   the .v/ool,  that  cannot   bo   dtiplicatsd tui/-  3 else.    Tho only, undsr-  :h Canada, mauo of Nav��  wool, is  nshnnKa  ^  K.  The .cjiiinioii  foe  What,' he!  .Li.-t'iis for;;et. all other talcs of woe  And try iu low the human ���������><  workmanship-all  c�����l^,J  produce the beat woolen,Un-    j  wear Stanficld's.    Every g?  mentJsSu.rante^u����hn;  able, by the ��n!y^ e  worth con=idcrimT-'^,/  back if unsat.sfacto.y-  ��� SianficIdV  Wear  thii winter.  tnr' he  MOYIE   LiEADER  MOYIE, B. C  -"--' ���    <)���.     i*,.rept5o:i,��� Ox-eye    Da.is.vj  Those whom neglected   coughs -i  .Inn'l '."cco^i/e    me.   do  yoiiV*/  have killed were once as healthy rsamhenmm  (nodding  ^;" > ^  onfl robust as vou.   Don't follow  v,  m-s,  01 co.ir-,i':     we b.-long    to  fn?he��rpatSI of neglect.   Take    ;���,���.��� family-, Vou are nm- ,��� my  'tr\   run-.ins.  TIFE I-'bRFUlFNI).     ;  a X(A ���:*yyys> *Ay  ���.u,rihemn^A^vryXV^  l"niir. Company,:   vvas   >.;  hvl     while .aifeu.pti.ur To  'c;aV  y.*i,i ���'-'K'er  'ki  .. y  being  led :byya:  ;V sieve * a.  ,: murder-  ^:^^^"tep?r.^i?^  s^amp  The Lung  Tonic  relv::a.Hw:��t*;>ij:-n;e::, ,'y\Vhat  1 do' to-'prove.my'love lor you,  '    r?'".  She:   "Well. T don't    know  Ik,  ';*.'] l,ay id  Siil'A��rV*;'"-c  hi/1, i A.  ! c  mo;  iiyight.  ichvtko"*.  tj jion two vyoui'igVmcn  cu'i'-s;,; 'v:Hc attempted  wheii";pi'ie:-".bl. tlie rob-  isi'lt' pU.I)y'aOA.p).VO.I,,UyV.S).li:i :S,lOC(  :;t;bfc,;triggei';dverr;.: jyiinped ybe-'  y'tlie hm-glaiAaiid 'T>yl-d6.fA .yTheV  i   yeiit(.;p.?dV' Kerr's:   breast;' ...kii'ling  TheVrobliei-s, escaped;' ���";;. yyy- ���-,.�� v.  In:-   Uu-iv     is    anything   in   D    but    1    ii.iM'*   lT'.ird   din'    a I  right  now.     It   is guaranteed to ,s *ho heart grow londei--"  cure.   It has cured many thous- .__  ^Iccb: S.C.WB5"&Co;a��i  25c. 50c. SI  T^"Rov'.n!v.. Toronto.Can. J-.  KIT'S'  HFN'S     I5F.AT     PAC1CKUS   IN  XKitiNG i-:<;t; mai'.kk'J'  Th,*    cold     storage    of  TAGGING- SEA. Y SAINTON '������ vFOR  .'', "'-. :.' , IDK^a.lFTCATIQN. ���' Xx:  y An interestilig'' cxp'eriment,'is y, being \  tried' atSalmon pond, St. John, >y;i  15. !Everv year some thotiSan.ds ,-of  Salmon- caught in, the hart>b^-~y/ir!es  are. placed; in.- tlie poiid,', and, ��� w]ieii  the" ''.spawning 'season comes ������ tliey .Vare"  stripped oi' their' spawn ,. and the egg's  sent, to 'hatcheries. . The,: work .for  1,.1-,'is 'season ended Tasi,' week. It has  l.ieen: ah , -open cpiestion whether,'" or  not fhe- fish' caiife .I.H��.ck each year, arid,  this yycaiy eight y hundred fish'V' were,  li'iarked for identification, ��� a, copper  .tag Wi'th..,ilie, place, and date indicat-  i ed.. b'ei ri g |, a ltd died 1. o. tli e".-, tVorsa 1 ft ii;-  ind .;��� Thev '.fisiv being 'released!. y'ThKi  catchyhextyvear will <bc awaited ���vyith  much; interest.,"..: '.������'A.ArA.A':, :y..':;A.:.v:.:': ",���'  "    ' ������   ��� '     ���"������*������    X u    '-ii A-*���'��"\Vln't"-'l "it'Cdoes'iiot  pay' to,breed, a' cow. or.  An Kasv  One.���Schoollioy.yy  \Nbat   , jx o :,nxu^v. disposition,    bell,  'arlthe^oYtun^Qr^^ the  ipney .made; by;'government --^^^yig^'^^^tch^.,,   .   ,1 '   .   .y'yiy .  tors,, myboy.'; -,-. ,���     ... . ���" .  any   so  Fiesla-  eerits  lia  Tlie  has  ��� con-:  ::k,-". ��� 'Ft.1 vtTi.ANCFiy.ry.GR  '(TdlE ''TTtllil^'y ���>''���.*:.;;; '..������ yAy  ,��� yF,. i ;Shiyeleyy' '<>iyllllt)ii.i'6nd',  ii'lii-e.r'ne , v-'Civai'icelicji-.^ <M"  of, Fyl-biasv o'i  the 'Wp.i-11  !"���.ii)ii''ii.ai-y,:.*.t'6:i'tiiit.i^si_6'fi  to* in-,  ;'y.tlii:".'-"charge    \A ,'" partiality  '/agaiiist ..G yeu'l "dairies, lt.; Ca.r-  ��� "'in ilia n'i 11 >.o 1 i s ���;; ��� b eifd "of. yihe  .ink,  ; Tlie-yCharges;;were:-iii'  '���;wh.li'/'!'t:h(fyi'^var.dsy;yin :���: .the  >.s't's;*.'a t' t'lie-. V.>i cm di at, c^nveh-  pi;dei-'. at, LJcjuisville. ;.:K,y.;;  /.v.' The:yii:einbers.vy()f '.xhf.  .. .. .��� 'iire ��� ���<''l'ieiiv;v''L,.----..'iiy'.yrJ:y(Viit:1  ���;.tTihi'-l,i.*s.'''yD'.-, lassie;-Wisconsin*'*  y. I'y.y'SatAerwhite.Oveiituckyy.  y'yDayid ;A.yTleyers(;y iudgeyyady  Vf ���;iiKlijyna;i:'y rrbey:co'ini;iifesion  o-V at t.'ndi'ahvvpbliii^'soihvi'; time  ni]yyyAXA^xyAy-.ryV::yp:(.  jiroveii' y'yuhprotVtable,'  wliolesalf  .IJ1", tilCHAT JKNULISU K.KAIKOY.  roveli     unprontaoie,      .-.., ���-*- .nTriXlAL  from the  late   blBSAM  ,.,,.,1,,,.,    aecdi-dinfi to a despatch iio..BAKKH,  the famous Mle  Explorer.  ���        "' ,.,. ii������i...   ihe    VrniOurHvLori    Ahhot,   Deyo  f-  ha  They   Would   Tear   Their  [iraary Gispe hy  O i ir* "t rim �� sr> "t -  ��'*���  S��   S3  \  ](.nc, ,hc Arnmu^Lon Abbot ^on^r^falr^  other Westerners are S^fl'.^ direct of Uluir'h rills by a eudi  tl'"     busin.-JS  of   accuim^n^al oi tiiae ap>.,ely  in  -the  summer  and'���btoi^t ten   .%cara   i   nmi   _   ^    . + _   ,ttTMtu  life had   lost   lta   ��.ttr��.e-  J'iitsburg,   Fa  Mvii'lr-.   and  ing   out  of  laling   eggs   in  -me  ���-���" ^       -y;out   and   me  i"��(ltl   ius"-   ll-��. T"~;yiu  ,.r theT-ame ."or advancul prices n^ lo the uncertainty ol health  , ,,   ,. Thi'   hen^   have   brok"isuddi-n    vi.sitalions     ��l    tJl*T.e"^^  the    winter.        J m-   mn--.   n.i ���r..��.i r-itod me for month?, or weens  c"...-v   eornei-   over   attempted     >�� /!.'    ^VoX vimknce of the attack-  brt:.r r��sctas- ^w^^-i-sss  \\." te-ners   will   not   spend   an.V   ��>or<J   ��� h      j     t  twonl'y    months  I  have  '         ..v'oerimeid        Whob-saU.o.npa-i^tivoiy   f--o.   as   one   or   two  ���uoiny  m   the.eM't"-1' 'u- ....cUei-i-ted   vikmUious   have   been   lmmed-  ,.ir���   dealers   allege   that   Hie     P'lCKf11    htiunj)e(i   out by   tha   assistance    ot (  ��>��v�� ^,". ,sh.ii;::i,;j1,-bSH ii "^ .fsu ts^ed) s.mi.^.^r  rates,   which   aie   oiii  nan     "��� ���>   -��Sol,.s  ^  (;o _ j\i<mtreal  niul   lor  fiviuhl   rates on  eggs,     the  Int   ,sl,,~��The   Hole   nmir   Co.,   Winnit>��'K;  C , ni- ere-   Commission  was called   oi _ Boie & Wyime Co. Winnipeg  ... .��.!���,.��� tlv     diM-i-nnination.      L_   m.-;y"b'     biwer    in.    .mice  as  a   v^\^==r==rr====:=======^=  this, winter.  ?H,fi(fc-  -Mrs. Mari-yat* vSo, I dbln't  , ���;,! my lvi<*:)and the fii"-' t'ime^he  o-j|..- -L" "Mi^s Fiyrt: "Cf course  e ^-i on viTcn't present. Uie first  ximuiged."  [GIARD'S LINIMENT Cnres Dandruff. ��� ".  dnn't   think   Crabbc  '   Iti-'s  too   fond    of  "Well,   hi-'.s    got     a  "A  ioii at fni'd-  a   spotter    for  HMD'S LMMEHt ��e^enraliia.  perfluous Mair  fmovad by tho New Prlnel��l��  Da giliracC��  Too   many   children    aro In   agony j so   I   began   using Dr. Chase's Oint-  frorn itching, burning skin disease.      'ment.-'  Too many mothers are worn out 'I/y j "Wherever it was applied it did its  anxiety and loss of sleep in watching -work well, and has entirely cured  over the little ones who aro tortured jthem of thia horrible disease. They,  by such ailments. ! suffered    so    they     could    not    sleep  Tir. Chase's Ointment Is a. prompt .nights, and^I think if it had lasted  and' positive cure for every form of jmuch longer I would have gone crazy  itching skin disease, and has proven from the anxiety and loss of sleep. I  its marvellous power in thousands of '.cannot find words to praise -Dr.  cases, similar to the ono, described ! Chase's Ointment enough for the  below. !f?ood it   has   dono.my children,    and  Mrs.  Lois McKay,  Tiverton,  Digby 'hope other sufferers will try it."  County; K.  S., writes:    "Jly children j    Dr.   Chase's   Ointment,    60   cents a.  ���were taken  with  an itching,  burning Tox,    at    all    dealers,  or  Edmanson.'  skin disease and tore, their flesh until |Bates & Company, Toronto. To pro-  it   was   sore   and their sliirts would   tect you against imitations, the por-  sometimes  bo wet with.blood.      Tho ttrait   and    signature   of    Dr.    A.  \V.  doctor   did   not seem to know   what j Chase,   the  famous "receipt   book  an.-,-.,.-;  ailed  them,   and   could   find   no  relief, |thor,  are on every box, '       '  , ���    .....'mow* by tho New Prlnel��l��  so.iK'l.merf-^coiue    to  -ua i  when least expected.  ii-.  ;e^iui;---yT  vei-'V.siitcoee  .|il.'.'rf     iriUlt.   , ':':  ^^ob'TtryitTAV*;-'  ���;���: iiyvAxyy ���)})  riilwavvtonipany;-  U;*;Oy titirGS ., RMa.,,.' Ay,. ;-a\r  AyHryyAX^xrhA^  :ym,mr0^yAi  "/'n.nnl-s'lewUuiOl  V'c-it/before   fQWinw.)��  Ih;*,;yiul-ed .1.'.'- .'*-W'-  '���!  -. ���iveS'-'-'al'-  -)h'ite''-ciire  ���i-wn'i-iv'i* ywonr  .������.������Vie'iiriiato'i'1-:  .stV.;'i'U-.-.'.''0''.vA:.-t'eks  iUlVi  li.iT;  -yyV-'yy,::'/.:-:: y~  ���:..    y __,*iru* f;y.: trOVlble  ^���svViuHt:;:dueT��v.:^5'y-^.i:y*.yy^i^  m^rr",   :, Sh: ,Tit.hoUt   having.at  fc^^lozdv fri.ndsy aaenduig.;.^  ^m-r^AAA^AiAX^  ^^^iV'tS^A- MVEH PTLl^^^iyAoI .-tlto  Openings  and  oyster    is "without doiiiu   \\?   *��\.t 1:" dhlrrlioe^trolysis, X-ray or depilatories iro  i,.iroduc.-U     io > r-onii'Unit".   s.-^       '    on  Uie  bftT,   wor<J of   the  K�����     ^c"   uT.9m.pU>. tf^^i^nd   manufacture.    DE  ami  ..-<���>-: <-y to- >tZ \iS    . -nouCLE is not. Iti. the onlym.thod  Woihors  . .m.ld   n- ;     ����   ��,llt.,.Ullll5        ' ia iador.ed .by physicians, ih- ,  tl,  >vh.-ti   tlKiy_hiini IdermatologwtB, medical journalBl  ...���    ;ioniU-U'��. ���  So'iKj-ominsntmagarinaB.   Booklet "will j  ' "7-T   i    1-   as O."   stcadv die.'38   BOab   fr��,   i��    pl����,   ��*iod I  scientist     t',,". .,'*,(.,    ti,-,.   iiioralpe.  of L>r��n��;-i '\ir\\.f.tVnrn|1v'n1 aood boai-dJr money back withont q-aesfcion.if  ��� i ,,��n in- tress 'is ur.eons'.ouslM to do all that is claimed fo? it.  U1g   luiusc    ni.-lii.ss MlKAOLE   mailed,   eoalcd   in  a imssionarv . ^_ empper, oa receipt of $1* Write  lo-dayto DEI MIRACLE OHEM-  00., ��3 Quziw   Stbbbt Wk3t,  ,,���,'   n-s     IL.r.L��� \Mien'   a    ��''>mnniro, or  w ,',��       'O  months  on  a   tidv, .or h"��*       OfltUDenH COMfANT  e       ch  foir,  nnd see-  it appeal"' marMRT  bu eon.polled ,to ivi.nnd     hei m ll    tUa  the Loru 'deuiauds li'iinilit\ ���  J.*.::.ii.*--"--'--^v,-.y ��� ..      .  ,-.asrx&t&ay* limiteo  TORONTO. ONT.  i ,-l .'  iit (I  lenii wi  rey.'ii'iiiia;  V" lift lor V i'  Xli-iy *���������'*  !1S   il   \Oi"  trie'. 011"!  -.c-oueii. ,'  *c \yii��i  Osviv-ihe M  foil' '-as!.  ihlc io,  .*i:ic.*(i.  p.::- "PIP  1   ; XX ''Tf  ���':'���   '���TlnllJ  Vus.   nm'  ���iiiue^.''  ieer:!'":;  ten ace. to J  litilw-s'ln i:>|  *��3i!Siii'.r,  J--"*,*,', ���--.-    " "���-... i,��� ���, a ��� ilV con'. end   with  *M^^''ll'!^'J'.:,,i'n'.'.:-'i,nhit*,y.oi*.',lai:lC'.'**i>f .'.c^  ,'r.hefe.' ai'o. 'inany. pei-sons   of :��� liealeliVvan-  liietile- aiidV; good .digestion ':,w1kL   aft-ei;,  I lie*ai-t.v'..tiiieal;*i.,iire  subject '��� taviiiiiulii. su'iler  I in.ee,.:*:yXhe,.Xdod  off .which',tliej-' iiii'veV  par  .taken. yUes'.like  lead V  inytheiirystoinaebs  I'leadaeheiV ,deiires��ibif,: Viiiy'.snioi.lferiiiK feel  ing .followa:; OiieysO' :&(llieted   isvunlit   fo  hbusiiiess'-or 'woik   ofV, n'nvii'.kiivd':-' ;.:Jii ythi  Icohaitiona'arnielee's; ;VeffelabTey^iilsy\v*il  'bring v rgUei'.. : VTlioy ' willV assist: .the .as  .ind   u*-ed  ii-oi.i  jgf,s'.o"i yirro^'iilar..habits*, oi*. ,.......-. ..  ��a,t.iiiir; liml 'drjiikiiic;.:: ���.Thi��V'*'aee,oiiiit��/^y.l'or  Stlie���'��� street nia.n>yAli,ver :ireguS.atofsVynow  pi.resseci .oii,'.'tli'ey.-yiityt(.,iiti</h>y'pf.'i'.siiiT-?i't'rs.',':'''Ot'  St hese v*tli'ere ���. is 'notiet '.snpei'ipr; to TaVnuv  liee's j:;'A'"ojjetable':.1 VPill'sy.Vy-yTjVeir.'.' Voiieration  yyt'lioptrhv.fieiuleV:isy;.effeet|ve.y'niul ��� tli  iV delicate * can -useyiiheiii/-'": ^;:yv:'        t1 .l!  most  ttonlcl Work a  "arrtship.-The  ^  n(,��� ime.-.ue.-.'ors were about to J  " ,Ur tbe* microbe of crime. lo .,  ,,o ihnl. gentlemen >oi h a^n s  . V.'" instant lv exclaimed the gi *|  rwv oi detectives, policMiien ��ai-  -,;S inilers. inrnUy.. ���)���������}.  y;u-,,-s.  '"What   will  ^"e  do   to   u\' ���  cordinir   lo  dieei-tioni"  "Ves,'[ s.iid the  sore  throat.     Con von  imagini  thing   worse  than  That?"   "Well  pli.ed' the  centipede  frosi'.bitten once."  giraffe. "IVf got- a-' Not-cvery kind of ring ^  pny",eems,in   keeping  on  a ;;*-*:.  T had "my feetnans hand.  Our Signet'  ^ings   however   are   at  wince handsome and char-  '   C. TtlCllAKDS &  CO.  ,liear  Sirs,���A   few   days  ago1" 1   wus  hen   wilh  a  severe    pain    and    con-  * '.etion of  the  cords  of my leg.  ad   io be  taken'  home   in   a   rig.  Made big enough for a big  man to work in with comfort.  Has more material in it than  any other brand of shirt in  Canada. ' Made on ' the  H.B.K. scale it requires 39K  to 42 yards per dozen, whereas  common sliirts have only 32  to 33 yards.  That's the reason why the  H.B.K "Big" Shirt never  chafes the armpits, ���is never  tight at .the neck or wristbands, is always loose, full  and comfortable and wears  well.  1 X  Each'shirt bears a tiny book  ' that tells the .whole history  of the ,rBig"; Shirt,- and  also 'contains a notarial  declaration thai the H.B.K.  "Big" Shirt contains 39^  to 42 yards of material per  dozen.  Sold at all dealers but only"  with this brand:���  THE-ANDREWS-GAGE GRAIN CO., LTD.   i  CRAIK COMMISSION MERCHANTS,  We maJfcn a.   irpecialty    of* lo-wygrado  wheat.    Write  us before  Bhipptnsv     \$a  ���will show how wo can Eervo you.  References;���Aay, Bank cr Commercial Agency. >  ���   GRAIH    EXCHAKGE,    WINNIPEG,    M��H9  eju-L-ij-L-.1 : : ,.���'���- ��� ". .    .       . , 1 .. 1  GRAINJ Jas.Richardson & Sons] GRAIN  iy(UiitU;yV^eiCentiy;:  represented by the late   E., 0'Pveilly, Esq.)  'All'dviinlf..'l6rvf  IndyShippinK  ,   ���     for   foid   Lots:   Write us  for  top puces  ,-siin purohin-d  m-Cai* hoatt   i,o,b barley or flax,  instructions. Any    graoe 01  wheat, oj*ts,  p.   0.   Box   629,    Winnipeg,    ^an.  you   grain to us to bo Bold on arrival or ��Jter-  ksaaaw^ ��       �����   ���  _ wards, as you may wish.   Wo do 0.  strictly conv  "." mission   business,    in    which    we  ixavft  had  20  years' experience   H��roiriptt and r&liable work guaranteed.  "Liberal advances.     Correspondence solicited.      Licensed  and  Bonded,  Reference,   Bank   of   Hamilton.      Exchange Branch,  DONALD MORRISON fc CO., SSi,.^..   416 Grain ^nKeq. man..  I  ! ITno^s law.        Ship Your Grain to  WILLIAM LATT.l  and  1  and wns u 11  lhe floor  XXyxAixX lrfs Limmeut. Cures_Bums, Etc.  X--.A axzxxx.\ -rrzL.!.��.. >��� ���  ,d ........ -.-..     ��� ,   c<mirl not. sleep for pain  ���ahli,-*.-.T.O   put  *.'i-en:d-'; t  !yla;!awiiea.t\Sn: d ;wis���-n.J)li>'-1�� .       :  ,nd: uro phinyentirelyy,disaiM>eaUiri*y.s:  Jm, like; a*-I consular^ it,  t^   yX  rynedy d. linvc ever "^*.,.,".,  "    ^   :  '   ;.:���      ���:     Cd:itlT,ST.prM.-il>H.,t.'.,LL_l;.v>.-..  Xngei'soil;..pnt,0'.'';> ���y'.'.x-' ..*', "���'.;.;.   " .;  ���  _,, S.   special   Gold  Signet  cu res ������' O  ,   t,   r . ,    t-.i      J ^  t -  r^T^rTsavs his ho-ling set with Bloodstone  d(1(..   hL.     nonage    in    .bank , ^^^^  "D1AMOSD HALL"  I 1 a   to    124  Why".:X6t'?������ A,: J01 tlin (Aq,;:)... y'oiing  wornan 'has been di.v:oreedy twice in one 'J'  ycaryViind ylias colleeted ,S2..4.00'*In alimony .V: She .finds ythe bnsiivess so-'iiro'-  !Ua(bU>. that she may engagi1. iii-lnatri^  ifioiijVas. it regular  dccdpatibii...���������.'    ''*  it  %jsi>  NOHTV1 sea: comcuissio*,  .le..Tnni��u'oiu;Washington says:  Adniii-aKfeu;ey  win/beiinHunl^-^  :be^l,d.or.va.tio:na.l;.:Conu.nsso^of^n_.  miirj-A-lnfo".;, the, cimimsfanoes     s��  ������hm dihg.tl.e tiring: hy }"^>^ ".  Hattic neet.Aon ��� the lh",.ish tisl .  sVhiadmn  in   the  Xiirth ^v.yyAha!   ^  (y,,le,rn���v-"^>-^^.-   V?  ' ��     ��� d 1.  ^liui^y"^  ,���,.n.       e.u,l.    but,, th;'   ;>!^:',A,  -Paris' think '|.-o.u-nie,-.w.U'be sehcty..  EJMJI'IR"  yVAVlN   I.LSIXIBST  Correspcndenc  golieited. GRA|N   EXCHANGE-,   Vyinnij^g-  Estabiishad (iraia Conunissio.a  r&AUi.    ajoom    vr-, ._     _,   Merchant ia Winnipeg.  Consi^a your grain to me and {jet prompt BerTice, .careful attentloat  and highest market prices. -^ "  Qpgtyif       DRAWER^  Reference��� UNION BANK of CANADA.    ^ ���    ^ I     I 1^ f\ij J 3QQ,  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Montreal        Winnipeg       Dawson  '  ,1  clay  for  onftson?   Sons  COMMISSION      r^ERCHA^-TS,  -fh^oueh     a    Strictly    Oor��-  -I-t-it-ous" Write    To-  mission    Firm.    ,   ���*  ^,11   P,ar-tio"'ars"  o.  ���wi rMBM is=��e:o*i  nil  "hard,    ��"ft    or  iCnPs   and   l.l..,..l>he8   Iro.n_Jio._s  oivllouaed  s, blood  MimMii, curbs, splints, ringbone, sweeney,  sI'.P.-'H. spiiiins; culpa sore nnd f-wollen  throtit. coiudis. etc. Save ?,j0 by the  uso of one boti-lo. \V��.vriinted tho most  wondetful   blemish   Cairo  over  known.  fCKXSh:  CllAUCK.  I.     Ilarlley,    of   l'eiorl.icro.  lu-en appointed lieense1 coin-  for \Vi---t 1'eterboro and  TnUs.ilcr, Paris, has been  to    the   board     for   North  ;y A.'p. llanyille.ywhd"' lives: alone '..on.'  his farm, eight .miles .north.1' of v~ isyew.  1 vichincind, Wis.;.:in^ the.��� to-wh of; Aj-  cl.en,ysho't y.and. kl.ied A a,' gray-eagle  thaty measured . ..y.six : .fe'dt and two  inches from...-tip to tip,' 1-Te' "heard a  great, com'nio.t-ipn ;-v among his stock;'  isiud running** out,' found1 this . o'agl'o  'trying to';-carry ,awa:y' a.yearling h.ully  He'triod to drive ytlie ferocious .bird  ' away.ybut did ���not.^'succcsi'd!''1. Then, he  ran to tlie'hpuse; anil .'securing his  shotgun, fired at ,tlio: bird-, .breakihg  one*1 wing. It was'then dispatched af-  '. tor. a desperate struggle. ���'. . ���  ��� kr.iUlnrl  ombine '  ion Un:lc  very fX'  ur.shrir.l'*-  'tiarar.tcs  '"money  story-"'  d.  i>  i  -"*��!��  A   KOVAIj   COld-C.R^           ^  The  Duchess of Coima^ght  nas si Ybll&v*-**      VJ^W^f*1       ^-.-w   ^Syyz^iTxX^d^ or sKriiiK woollens  xyyyyy^y*'-  "thi*   ground   being   in  tionc.;  A1 .!J-,t Jl-a w. *����. i.-,^.       ,   , .  OklIsi. Ik e&r lots bought on track  or sold oa commiBsion. Raaaoii8ibl��?��  A-ivnilCas  ma^e,     Froznpt  returns.      Correspondencs   solicited.    Roiercncsn,  ,    'HOOM  41*4.   GRAIN  EX. BLDO.,   "WINNIPEG.  IT IS AN  EASY  MATTER   to   sell   a   larg��    lot   of   wheat   at   *    11.- .......... 1     better   price than   a   single   car   will  hring. If you will ship your wheat to us we will sell it with many,  other cars cither locally or in tho 1-^ast, and you will get from ^-cent to  1 cent per bushel moio 'for it than if   you sold it'on track -at,your station.  We have had 17 vears' practical   experience    ia    the     grain   business.^  .This,   also,   is  worth 'something  to_ you.  Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.  Rhferexcks: Any Bank or Commercial  Institution.  'tte-n -t-he  Overworked . EJcarJ.  ti u iniurious chemicals and adulterations in common soaps that  ' *yX    :,uh' kovvZ clones   ^t is adulterations that harden your  woollens  ,mvI1. ni   eonch- |trcy your clothes. ^ ^^ an^hrinks thcm. ��� ,.     .,,  ��    "   /'  t.*.|**.Ug>l  lllN  A', III'  rtvor-  bi-cio.f.e  iuu-d   i>re��*  .nH.KlVni.iuro-.-l����.rl��.tor.an.!  %*���/  *\-:*j.*i  'Wi  ���M&::  zzsttVttf&xxsxt&sUisj^z&i^am  asai ,j4^JuJa^aaBMBOigaHMMMJ��=^^  If It is a Question of Warmth use  m  ���a!n<; no adulteration or excess alkali.    It is  just pure  saponified  f'.  ,,���. .1(.;u-i   i*.  n.ituM-** 1    "ll'l 10 Urt watcr and does not injure them.  ^"-'���..���"V1 1|!.,;,,,Jlt  rX-"S. ��y   Aiucife?? are authorized to return your purchase money if you  j!���.,,.l,:"r;,v   m.:v..v_.���"��   ^ woai-\my cause for complaint.  cal   s'cu-.ho   knows.-in  IVI'VIDF.'*'' *  25,000  v��'falUngoFthe-hair,also, There s  i great satisfaction in knowmg  0 you are not going to be disap-.  pointed-   Isn't that so?      /  " My hair ^f^ZVyTr'f fial7vl^r "  S ff,!!V��VIi'o^cSulSyC5o��^hat you claim for  I   It!" -��� A^ M. IJOoaAW, Kocklngliam, N. C.  B    '       ,'...      li' J. o. att-V. CO..  W ?1.(10 R toottlo.    . T.ovrM!.   >lns*.. |J  S.��4^S!fiSlS&����> for �����-���������-��[  Ipaclrag  Ay\VCNCV   THKJK  (ni^oici.ovi^KS. .   :  The viWH,  Stenvnboat  ^%��[  Ibil'ti.nore.   Vel���   has   set   a^dt >-   ,  Oi.O  of the St.OOO-'lOO  itv reee^- 1  loi_  ils��� P-,M,,"ty froin ^-.- 0J'U^t  tneake' stya.ne.'��� trust    Ioi     ino ,  ployeen who ha\e. '" '"., '\ .V"*ift to  ���or iv long. time.    "^ ".Jj    J  M    , '-,  th.M".��"rt- ��������!��  Y\;::.,xit ��� raVhf^v  1 li,.111   as   11.   r"wn.i d    101   )i|u* .  S-vlee.  'At, the'meeting1 of  iMj^  holders . of   the. compnny    a   n^   l.   ���  "       u'lu-n   it/    was decided    t(. p  \y  oner  nuide   hy . the   ^^f 1 ,^  the -stock, of- tlm  company.   Ml*.       L'  .^^"'-'-���^^^.^i^Snd:  ' the .eoiupuny. and jmi s.  il'orh,*,.' the chi,-f' owner ofthosto-U.  Uug.rnste.l fhat there shoi.li ����' ;  ^veognitien of the long (irol.ty ol t^  ^(,npnn-eeA. The sngges ,on ^iis a  fvoraldy received hv ^y"^^  !!llul'it wns deeided to divide *2,..0U0  in  cash.  LEVER BRQTHER8 LIMITED, TORONTO  XOOb  It Retains  Heat   and  E��CPS out Cold.  ^Yrite   for   Samples   and  Prices.  TEES & PERSSE,   Limited., Agents, Winnipeg.   ^  *<Sffr��3SaxiJAMmLMM,jiJ,'mi, unsr  Sugar-coated, easy to take-  mild in action.   They cure!  constipation, bilioiisness  Want vofir iiibustache or beard  Sl>eSlltJMl)rOWI101*riCil1)laCl*:?'DSC .iimiaMwwarooiii.Rmi.oavai^Wfc  If you' whip a coll for being' scared  you will soon develop n, chronic run-  aNvay.. .    ���    - ,    .  light Maids find that flannels do. not shrink when wa.had theBunllghtyy  AV'nd. She Ihd.-" Woman!" hissed  the villi, in hei ween cigarette puiTs.  ���'"���do *-onr worst'." Whereupon i'n..*  beautiful hand-painled heroine meandered diwn to the footlights, and be-  igan to warble tho latest popul-ar  ���song.  Cannot Point .With rride.���h-ady:-  ���'Aren't you ashamed to bog".'" Iioho:_  "No. liuini, hut I am nshained of  some of de handouts I gets."  ITmiius'.ciil. ��� "1-^ .yoi"' daughter  learniiie.- to play tlu- piano".-" "1 hope  so," answered Mr. Cumrox, f>"hut it  doesn't sound  liki.   it   to   nie."  v^    IM     ��-J     r*Jo    SO"7 , ^^* *U~ * s..*^tAi.ff.,7rniz
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Mm* ,of ieinber'goods.    We c:".n  supply   you   will
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}feela hi McGregor ball eveiy Snluv-
d:iy cumin £. Sojourn;' ■- menibe.fi
iirp coidially invQtcd to Mtcni1..,
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,'ind young 'dike ."• !-'- ''Ay   l''';!' ' '""'
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pna^c and ^liuhiei.*!*':ei.;ii   eujirfiic   ^-9    \X-
the     heart.ri    of    .'-11   mm.    Jso.hiii,,    <•''*
should prcvoiH  wryunu   Jrom   L". iii^
us happy as o:rct*02-"!.i'*no«yjv;iil pori*.*.*?!..
The Leader widhoo ltd re- 'io,  h  i b
f;ir nnd near, a M>,rry  cChridtm.'-s.,
'jft\ I.ia::iii'-<,l»i-oie f nml derdc/s in all kinda of  Floonn.., ^x   i]
A  Ridinji, Sblplap, Common JRoard.--. Dimenr.ion, Fin ith and ^'tti,"0''1!
" TVnnpt aitcntioa to wholesale and roJt-.il order:;, |
* 'MOVTE-'-' MOTEX i'
:. CAMERON, !gi\
.Meets    Every   \Yod>ie-d*ty i't   !■" 'x]*fts'-
Nothing: to lt«"
Thore Gceins to be no foundation to
'tlio it-port .bat the C.V: il, Teh"grc-.pboiS
intend goingout .O'l i>irik*,: at Ivast 'die
local operators do not eto;i\ l'J bo
aware o! faoch a move. °
Aa I ba.'G takon full  charge   of the
Mann-Ulan botol. t-loyis, all oulswna--
, Jug accounts due   tbe   firm  of Ar:i3-
strong & Swinncrtoii  cbould   L*G  paid
to inc. as I havo taken   ovciv.the books
, and all accounts. *    °,
■ G. J. ARMSTRONG'.   •    .
(FORM  1',)
Cektifxcatk of I.-'truovisjj'i;'-''!:".    .
Mouatain Gout and -Uiiilon  Mineral Claims
^ituutp in the Fort  Steele  Mining Division,  of
, East lyjiotenay District,
i     Where located:—Ou east s-ido of lo^ei   RTofie
Lake.   ' '
j TAKE NOTICE thutl Thos. T. Mtv'ittio i'- M.
. C. No. J3 73710.agcnt for Thc St Eugsuo Moun-
, tuin Mines Limited of Koslo li.' C. Freo
, Miner's Certificate No,  B.   73021,   intend, .sixty
dBys from tho date hereof, to apply tc the .11 in-
. "ug Recorder for c, Ctrtipccte cf ^r.iproven.oats:,
i for die purpose "cf "ht-.*!ri"'E n-Cr-we. Grrnr c'
; ihe afco'-cclrj---.
i And fudiifr taLc joUc: tlir.t cetion, -,-iKier
' lection £7, ir.UKt l;o commeuccl beforo the
,. Is-sutmre of such Cortnlccto of Impro%orients,
^ Mated this. 2-: th day of Nov; A. D. 190!.
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l,:irrsstcjst Solicitors, Kotaries, Klc.
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$ Thin Hotel is NeW and well Furmohed, Tliev
5>       Tables "ar--? Supplied" with the -Best thy
Marmot affords. The Bar' i's Filled with
tb-o.^csfc Brands of Liquors and Cigars, 1
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St.   gozQ-'kTz   Oonveiit;.
1 AC-onfc for Oaigiry Src\/inr; CoVs
i t
.Beer, Ale and. Porter.
,T. Label«" Co.'?
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Hay and Grain,
K.n.fiXGTE.':, Eor.rciTTG;^ etc ■
'jli .'l-Jl AJ a.i.<JkjL. .
-~-xxzth • a.'- .y. -^..r-u-i^-i--—it-*rrTj; !c:i£gr-^:.-=.--m.:a^
Will bftiu Moyio lltb of each  month.
Oraiifcrook, B, C.
nun-*.-^i£ .i,",i,;i"n.Tt: —;r tr"z^a^xs^atavM!vaaerx^x.iS£ra
The   Most  Progressive
Company   in   Canada.
Godrsrs H. Thompson,
"  "       DAltRIS'l'Sxl, S0LTCIT0ri,yJ:3"0-
tfir'^p-JuMC, ic.
OIIANBIIOOK,      Bhitish Columbia.
Hi Jscuea tbecmoGt up to date Insurance  contract. p It is as  boe
"$.   from conditions as tbe air vou  brc-atho.   Why!  wo aloo   suarantes
*<% ' , *   ; "
P.J '.you -nrofits on tlie policy.   Ash for particulars ou tbis Coutraot,
tf! " " '
^d by mc'sir o; i;t. Jo-a*; i;do.-J | ^Mill<     &M     \j*dl&'&i V ! 0«3? "'V^,c3-"^
B.   0.      Ourfi>r?-ciul _ and    bu-jinos.-, . | , '       w       '    ; , J'*Ht"'M
cciiir.'iss i'-  cpccialty.    jalscoilenco  unci j
sv/ift'progrcs"!  charcfcl.cinV.o  cucb  de- \<
(rOUlt   i'.)
Certificate of iT.rrr.o'/KMKNTS.  ,
Moyie Fraction, St, I~lmo, St. Ant'r.ony, St.
Seonre. Caudo Fraction, Vrc, Diayola, Fou=t, St.
"Paulllinerat Claims situate in the Fort St eeln
^linins Division of Ea=l>"Kootcnnv District.'
' Where Loi:ated; On Ih'e Er.'.t s-ulo of lower
Jfovie Lp.ke.
Take notice thft*"I ThOF. T. MoVittio F. M. F- io-
B 73710 airont for the Pt. Etipenc Moyutnin
Jliuo Limited of Kaslo B- r, FroO Ml:icr'*i
Certificate No. B.73621, intend, tixty dcy<; from
the daxe hereof, to apply to the Mining
Itecordor for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaiuins a Crown Grant of II. J
ftbove claim.
And Juther tako notice tlir.t action, v.nd.i
section 37, must ho oommoncel ^eiorc the
issuance of auoh Cortiacatc of Iinjiroverienti
'   Dated tlih 21tl; day of Nov. A. D.   1 !K>1
iiartincnt. * P.aronts s-hould write for !
purticulars. Cr.o r.ior.tl. .i .-.-': tlio
public cf tin* thorouf-Oinj' *, X ,\.:
fciintory1 rn.'-.tbcd:' oi u-iclii:-.,'
comraonce Jnnn'ijy. A."T".i :.
Pupils are admitu-d dnri-n.-; !<'
A: B,- Stewart & Co.,
,,:-*i ,s
;."*c-'j, Liquors
iirrl -Ji^nrs
^   TJ?7",S;' "SP"^' SPW^2 /$"*$ "*zy "'A  ">' ' '
^i_^!i-    ^iziV    ^2t   v<3=si? 2ii-rti>, r
Is again located in Cranbro;^.   ft.~d  i1-- \,.,.       ^ ^ ^
'^.-Oiopared to n-rite  insnnxr-o?,   b'iy     '':';<■ Xr-ho-S *i.i'i^tfi
"°'':'and hQ\\ Plock, and d.-i c   gen- ";'y\' : ■!> iJ - ■-•'V;. t-*'3t'«if p
;•"    . oral brokerage bus-iuessO   -
h ..,VJL,
S vk&^ 9hr^y U^pAi
M. J. Hire:A'iv;i?J Prop. ! ci
And i^aih liootr^.. ■
In dTOZNiO lunldin,-?.
Tfhfti Class V/ork.
/j     -;•      ~\T\~rs   i 7>il T''™ "'"T-.T
JA, is.*,   ±'A-%L*Xyy{ k&.liiW
.'iGENTfi  l'0:v ,   #
!i:oojLjfl:vAY .steam   laundry.
Palao.fi RpQfRiirRnf
'and BAKERY.
Aloulb sc;v d ^ Or lor.   Bread lor Sale
r7i?»7 ,^> 1 -rrti 'T .net "v & a H^i.
•p   „ r^   ^'.'a\^7 f if? r;    Prnrj
":..MINEKAL ■ ACT. ^ ,;:;„. ■   :;
hl.t-~".'--     , (foioi i.), ""     \A ^
""" ICdiktfica xe of J>cpkove*-iknts. *;„;.,
Lakcidc l'mcM.iii Miiu-n.l i"u-v.    -!':"■   i.'
tlio I*"oit S*-'*ele Mining Di\"'*.*r''. ' ;" ■'    '   '*•'
nay Di.stiift.
"Where locate 1.   On e ) t    .    "-. '   '
Lake. ' ;
'tAKi: ;."oni'F. tiu-t ',  i.-j   "       ' f -
l,r. r. No,  15   V.710,   ,■      i l   f .i   ' ".   ' j
aUiint-uii Mimt  ''.-..■ >1 of   I*" i '•  ' -   ! i    " ~
Miner,    OiTtll'u i.'.l .\'i>.   ll'.".•'X, .•. ■'      •',-        -       , ,^ r .
burn   F.   -M.   ''•    :*"•   Ji   ('"•'■'.    "'1 '•       v' I (   ;,!,  *',,,
da\.-fiom th' "-'mi. h'-ruoi. i'>i ]•:'.  . i ih'    >'''.-   .?  '..-[,'.
nit- Koeoi'li1.  .'"' '. t'-. tiin-.i'-- mi liir.'i"'-'     '»
[ui thu i,iiiiio-i uf (.'iiiiimu-.'-i (. ii'.wi  (...*   :   *.
tiio al.ovj ul.u:.'.
.Villi Illi'lll-r    til'-"    I'OUtl'    till'    lilt   MM,    .'ll'll
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jOmi!   '-.1U1 <rrO'.     iJJ'i!  . .
Comfortable Koo
ut Reasonublo P:'-tc .
Yr^t  Oyxz "."•"•* 'y°~>]iio-
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I h.c   fy'itin-,*.     GvcrJo-i.hjA;
Tioubr*^,   I:nportod     Goods.;
Agcuta, Cranbrook.
i. i t ;    , -
^ General Agon t, Nelson
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v-i j^:
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Aitxy -i yyr, i „a yy
wwwmwwnwrw umwM.wm-1 ■u^.-x^JfP irgcawtts
US   *
  t metal  vrorUs in-
roofing,  furnal;; •
iriSATIKG,    bloavi:p.
Wo also  handle a   full   lino   ol "Mc-
JlcClery's Famous'8tove=," the.
best iii tbe market.
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1,'i!!1 ".'-M,    f.;i'
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Wo -nu&t mako room for new goodc, and arc offering
,     aomc snaps ic Carpets.   Go-carls   and   Furniture,
A BIG CHANGE To Buy Cheap-
The $tai?nne!!. Furniture Company
|3ritisb Columbia.
5 ,ci ■'. i  . '-...   .licet'
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l'.lt. 'I '-'! , .'J'.i'   i:i.» "I :;"    . ' '  '•
r .. ' J I'll   .  J.  ..'CYi'l'1 u:.
Notice is lierehy given that' sixty '<.Ie'y« tu'ter
date XiuteuU to apply to the' Chief Comim**
fiiono'roi I'.aiiiis'iiud   W.iM'kS f'ir   p^i'iniwiwi: : tu
'purohdbC! forty acros ot hind,   moro   i*..^ less,   in
EaKt Ivooieuay
Ol.'  l I"..1  I^j tf   i'<   .-  '   ';"'--* ''-'-I
■■|i"d dri'f v ' ', *:' .'. '> J
"tivv'itya on ]^,i-!, ■ ■, '" '
JOS' >TrEI)ERc5T*AD'I,1 .Prop.
M. ic *(>\"..,'   '' \v\':% j^Ioii.
v •  v»' ■■ iji'• •. :'ov.  , ...'<:
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,iihv, «.uui^"".." Uisti-ict,,  diiserih'-'l   us follows; . .  	
"Oomiiiuiiehiu'iii .i ]u:;r   iili'.nlud  tit ,tlie   (r.'J'it!..- = yy:XXXXXXXXyZTX-X:- ...'.A".:.::r..-.- ;_'..-■-.-.::-
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iJmrice.i-'-v., T. Clara's N.K. Coriiiii*''una  T*.:i:i* ,'      -..r..v.   ,..,;_; r^    yz.rynApCi    f^.f'r
(m,-   -.i.e-icu   Wcht   lively chains,  thence   tioii::.| \f yt.Jj^a A    .c. ii^ ^ U:   V, yi-.
tVeutv   i:i.un,.s,    ibeliuo   liasi   tive;i_iy .ei'..n;;;.-.- ; .    *      .      ■        , .    -.
"   jheuee iNorlli  uioug   shore   of   Moyie' J,;i.!io lu j •   ^KANIjKoOK   Ai;.0   IMonK.
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i jvhiiviir   euro,      Zilcixis
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Dated Oclo.vr nth, 1'JCW.
' T A.YJ .OB, & DA¥J;S,   •
I ,   CKAVIiltOOK. ^
Bricklayors ;uid brick iir:iv.;?i!criK-
erti. Tbey i»";tonil. p-ultini^u f:::r.i;:v;{ ;.!'
brick in Moyi'> lor tninuu'.i.itc uko.
Anyone requiring chimneys c:.:\ coin-
munioatP din.-r.-.:, or leave on!; v.- at this
■i    oilree.    Fieneb i.ui£cs a sriueiaity. 1
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.Yi:i:KE8.' II, BRANDT, '
c. v.". J'. A- '■'-• iv- *i '"• -A
701 \Y. Rivrrside    Ave
i'R.>:i .".rd'Cnrcil Me.itil, lJv.-o,-?li"
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trade ..si.'licibid. -
, f&e ■ Principal
■   Britis'vi 'C'Ote.To.T'.Kiei'",;
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Ccufcotionory, Fruits, Cigars, Tobaccos  Candies,


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