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 'by ��� ?^:��vh*~-~      '  'Jy "���:.  DEC 13-1910   '     fj  Ut^f>L-e cH-  v jf cfo r i t^yy  I       (���  ? \Vc;iiakc\  <��� lo   p\  Your  inspc  without oblij  Wilson, th\  'VVWv/VVVVW'-V  VOL. 1.'* NO, 36.  MOYIE, B. C.; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9,    1910.  S2  BIRKS  Canada's big reliable jewellery houpe is  offering  great   Christmas  opportunities.  Sfcnd (or our illustrated catalogue in which each hue is iho'roujjhly described.  *We carry an extensive assortment of Watclies,, Silverwaie, Cut Glass, ���Leather  Ooo*ls, Novelties, aud many olh*a- interesting lines,     y . ' ' ,     * ��� ,  Prompt attention paid to all Christinas' orders, = Good*. Sent prepaid and  money refunded.itnot entirely satisfactory. , ���    ' /  ,  ' ' -    /. '  , Henry Birks, & Sons, Limited.  ��� ,   .. i* .     >     '* i <"���  jewelery mailorder house ,Gco. E. Trorey, Man. Bir.  VANCOUVER,'B.   0.', "  |."      GENERAL FLOAT        |  A distillery may bo  built near  Fort Steele. - '  Moyfe's Resolutions  Black and  orange will  be the  colors of the Phoenix hockry club.  ,   There is a lot of logging  going  on in east Kootenay this winter.'  'A 85,000 steam'lauDdry will  opened in Stewart this winter.  be  ���We liave opened lip ''our, card parlor, for the winter.  "i   ��� .Nice place to spend a few hours/boys. .,'  ',    X ��� y   "',   y ;''-['  Joseph Martin was re-elected in  the St. Pitncras district in London.  ���- About 100 men are mushing between Dawsou and-.the outside  towns.    J   .  , ��� The Nelson Daily News has just  issued a' very creditable Christmas edition. *   ���'    ' ,X  , 'The'Cranbrook Cooperative;Stores  ;.    Is. Offering Very Attractive Prices On AH-Their  GJotK Ppholstered Furriiture  Eighteen years ago this  winter  {the population of Kasto was1 three  times greater than Nelson.  '"    ~  Ibis reported that1 N', Hansen  will bnild a'three storey brick  building in Cranbrook next-spring.  t        ' ,. J i   �� "      *ft ' * . *  .    discount* will .be given off every piece for the next month:   ,  a   . i i,'a '.' "  Here Is Your. Chance. y '  CRANBROOK .COOPERATIVE- STORES, ;LTD,  ,   ,<V ni-��' "ii-''  E3T.1.UI.ISKKD ,I!M>7  >'*  ' \ . y '-���,** ,i  tnd'lSLTNINGj^  'dn-A-Jli *,r*  .  '      , INSURANCE  '   > < arid INVESTMENT BROKERS.'     ���   '^  Head Office     '   ',   \ '   '<     , '   /        -CRANBROOK, B. C  ' .The contract for the' big "opera  House co bo erected in", Blairmore  ,has j usfc been awarded to -Frayer  <fc .Sinclair.        ' ��� x ,  Tom Whalen says the new Nap-  anee hotel afe Fernie will r be open  on Christmas eve. The hotel ''Will  be rtra'on ,the European plan. ���  The sale of -the Standard ' mine  near Silverton is reported. The  property will" probably go into  the hands'of a big Atnuricau syndicate. ' i , A   '  Bad news of the-failure* -of. the  fishery has come (,from LabrEwior,  the-sea,son's catch���*.being- estimated as the smallest in. the ,history  of the organized fisheries.    ' '  Shoes-Shoes-Shoes  <��*  Most of, the leading makes aud all of the leading leathers  to be had at popular prices.' ���  J. W. FITCH  It was reported that at the end  of September tho Pacific "WhaP  ing Company had had a most  successfui season, capturing S50  whales valued at $500 each".  When the Associated Boards of  Trade hold-their meeting at Ores-  ton on the 18th of January  among the, resolutions to be presented will"be two from the Moyie  Board of Trade.  The first one is with relation, to  zinc and lead. , This resolution  asks that "This Associated ^Boards  of Trade-of Eastern British Columbia petition the Dominion government that should they grant  reciprocity to' lead ores, they  would continue this reciprocity tp  cover the entire lead schedule  to  ,    "    i ,  include  among  other .things  pig  lead and leady bullion," and that  they endeavor to place "zinc ���ores,  spelter and products' on the free  list of both the United States  and Canada."       ' '   .   .  The second deals with the question of roads,     ih a-:ks' that' the  *' , T       I  Provincial, government be asked  to use tailings.or gravel for a .top  dressing so', far as' possible, ^that  a,proper ditch on the upper side  of the   road'" be   constructed " to  carry, off  surface   water   where  . i, -*      ' ' *  necessary, a'nd that the ' government appoint -a duty qualified  mail'as inspector to'see that the  surveys are followed by(> those, in  charge of construction. '"',  LOCAL ASSAYS  $ LOCAL ASSAYS g  * .   \i/  payday at  McDade Is Still Alive  The annual bonspiel of> the  British Columbia Curling association wilJ be held at Cranbrook  and the date will be Jan. ,10th,  unless the weather makes ib necessary for a change. ���   ,  -g.i. LJ_,  4y  "   '      MOYIE'S    LEADING   HOTEL.       ' ���}  i  'it  if-  t  Hotel Kootenay  ' The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious S.unplo Booms. Billiard Booms.  * McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  4 ��8*r^ ij^jr  K*-*wrW ^^^^ ?^v-^-^ V ^~^-^-^ ^^K��r^ ��  0YIE   BEER  A, made by the present brewer ia admittedly the Best  Boer in  With the Best Malt and the Purest Spring   Watei-  Insist on having .Moyio Beer.  ANO.IIIIAFT   IIEKK      .  .W-\X\.TI-'Ki'fl...  Kootenay  unexcelled for quality  llOTTl.UI>  East  ifc is  MOYIE  BREWiNti  <J������3��a)����a����6>0��0��������/fc��33'C00'33��W>������<MM^  His Honor Judge Forin has purchased from J. Laing Stocks the  brick block on Baker street at  present occupied by tha Standard  Furniture company and Eli Sub-  cliffe's cigar store. The price was  in tho neighborhood of $20,000.  Owing to the overcrowded condition in the jails at New Westminster, authority has been  granted by order in council for  the removal of 20 prisoners from  that institution to Victoria and  20 others to Nelson.  There is another case on ������ record  of a'man being able to read vhis  own'obituary notice. ^.John McDade returned tb' Moyie .from  Butte this'week.looking about ,as  live and .heal thy as it' is_ possible  for a man to look.y.-'On   Septem-  '    ���,' * * ��� .  ber-30th last a'dispatch was . sent  o.ut from .New York giving an .account of ihe* killing of a man upon  whose body was found' a" card  of  the Moyie Miners' .Union   belbng-  ing.to John  McDade.     The man  had been shot   and . diet!   on   the  way to the   hospital.      The   card  was the only' mark of identification.    The mystery is now cleared  up by the returning  of   McDade.  He says that while in  Butte  several months ago he lost his  union  card.   The card evidently f.ell  into the hands   of   the   man   who  went back to New York.- and was  murdered.  Out of Business  Harry Orchard, the murderer  of Ex-Governor Stueneuberg of  Idaho, is still safo behind prison  bars, and is so likely to remain  the rest of his life. The report  that ho was to be let oub on parole has been positively donied.  Imperial Bank of Canada^  Capital Authorized--  Capital Subscribed*���  Capital Paid Up'-���-���  Reserve   Fund-  .......... -$10,000,000.00.   .$5,005,000.00   ..���5,575,000.00  '''- "575.000.00  Michel  and Chase.     i  in  0 BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA-  1 Otanbrobk. Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michd.    *ew  1 Pernio, Nelson, Eovelstoke. Victoria. Vancouver,  I Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible in any  I part of Uie World  I Savings Bank .Department..  * '     rntorestallowed an deposits from  (late  of deposit.     ,  I MOYIE BRANCH.        *H. W. SUPPLE,.Manager  Creston not only has the talent  for putting on plays, but also has  a man who can write thorn.  "Mistaken Identity", ��� will be put  on early in the New Year., The  play was written by Harry Leonard of Creston, and is said to be  one of the funniest comedies ever  put-before the public.  Onions in the Walla Walla valley have this year proved a profitable crop, and the experience  of Harry Kennedy who sold a carload of onions in Butte for $900,  realizing $025 clenr from the car,  and a net profit of S-100 an acre,  is but a fair example of the business there.  After being in business for 11  years the partnership existing between J. S. MacEachern and A,  P. Macdonald will cease after  December 17fch. They have  cleaned out their stock and gone  out of business. The firm was  very successful and iu the 11 years  they^ both cleaned up a good  bunch of money. Mr. Macdonald  and family will soon niovo to  Irondale, Wash., and Mr. MacEachern and family will go back  to their old homo in Prince Edward Island early in tho spring.  Three Feet Solid Ore  Tho ledge in tho faco of tlie  drift in tho Society Girl mine has  been gradually widening and  there ni-e now three feet of solid  ore. Ono team has boon hauling  steadily from the mine., making a  trip'.each day, bub ib is expected  that another team or .two will  soon be put on. A carload of ore  will be sent to the Trail smelter  next Monday or Tuesday,  Tomorrow  will  be  the St. Eugene mine.  ,   W. L, Reid  was ' in  Cranbrook  during the-week.'  Martin Thorp was down to Nelson this week.  1   James    Grant   was   out   from  Fort Steele the first of the week.  ,' John'S. Fisher', mayor  of Kim-  berley,' was in town Monday.  The Moyie school will close for  the holidays next Friday, December ICth. .      '    ,, ���  J- _      r i  "'Some  repairs  are   .being  made  on Donald Peddie's house on Tav'i-'  stock street. ~  ���  ����� , "  ,,  J. A. B.' Macdonald was down to [  Craffbro'oklast Friday 'to  attend!  fcho 'meeting of' the district  Cqn-  'servative association.'   '   ',   ','  ' /Next week'.Mrs.   Schulze   and  daughter    Miss ' Lillie  will leave  foi* ' Minneapolis* ���to   spend   the  winter.        ,. y ���_  / " Elliott Crowe returned on last  night's. Soo-Spoka'ne train .from  Vancouver, where he was for the  past' two weeks,* *      ��� ���  A carload of concentrates from  the Aurora mine was shipped'yesterday from the,mill-near Creston  to th'e smelter at /Trail. ��� ''  .      .. <    '  There will be -the regular midnight mass'.at the CatLolic'church  Christmas     Eve.     ��� Rev.   Father  John will officiate.' * *''      X ��� '  ,    ,   , c  . Mr. Michael Gill, and Mrs. Gill  wish to thank all the' ladies^ .who  so kindly , came forward and  helped them' during Mrs.' Gill's recent illness'.     .,   .    i .V  ��� *   '     * ��� ,  '   J- W. Fitch has leased the1 store  I V  building of,MacEachern  & Mac  donald. and "will proceed in a few  days^to' move   his , e��tire   t.tock  there from the Morley building.  In the recent elections in England one .of the successful Unionist candidates was Walter Jackson who ran in Devenport. He is  an uncle of Herb Jackson, who  lives in Moyie.  ���Harry Gamble has written to  Herb Jackson that he will be  down from 'the Sullivan , mine  Qhri.stmas -with a hockey team  that vyill be ready to meet anything that Moyie can get together  by that time.  t  Lately there have been quite a  large number of idle men in town  who no doubt haye drifted in  from less congenial places* Constable Browning has been after  some of them and gave them orders to hit the girt,  "Joshua Simpkins," a story of  farm life will be seen at Morley  hall next Tuesday evening. It is  said to abound iu novel features,  wonderful mechanical effects, excellent singing and dancing, aud  plenty of refined, wholesome fun.  The fine baud carried bythe company will make a burlesque parade at noon.  "JTHIS .WEEK\  whether you may wear a slicker and use an uiibc,'  orcomfe around wiih-.the fur cap, drawn   tightly  your ears,' come around and visit us   anyhow.  -  can't come too often or spend too   much.  ,'    ��� COME AND SEE  the tempting goods on riisiifay of tdysfor the childrei  ���0ME AND SEE.       ," \ '  .-, '  ' ' l,  the- nice,, arrangement   of   f.h-nshii.i=-   presents   fori'.''  hi'  , i'  arrangement  of   Christmas  the older folks'.   ���-'  Union Election  Not a Drinking Town  The'K.Htid ll cigar lias jumped  to'���proruinencii ''through tlio e-x-  ellent flavor of the tobacco out  bf which it ia made.  It is reported that thero are  only six men in Burton City who  drink intoxicating, liquors and  four of these are Siwashed.  Ifc is not necessary to go up in  ah aeroplane to smoke K. & H.  cigars. You can smoke them anywhere with perfect safotj'", except,  perhaps, in a black powder mill.  See tho barkeeper for further information. ';'  Following is the result of the  .Miners' Uuion election held last  Saturday. As there was only  ono candidate for each ollice ib  was not necessary to have a  ballot:'  Joseph McLaren, president; Goo.  Powsll, vice-president; James  .Robo'-fciV financial; .secretary*  Michael Regan, treasurer- Marcus  Martin! recording secretary; Sin-  guard Jostad, conductor; Patrick  Morris, warden. Finance committee���John Taylor, Marcus Marcus Mai-tiu an'd'Sam'uel.McD'ougail..'  Concert and Dance  There will no doubt be a big  crowd at the free concert, supper  and dauce that will be . given in  Morley hall next Monday evening  under the auspices of the Moyie  Miners'Union.. The* concert will  begin at 7:30. o'clock sharp., After  the. concert a lunch will be served  and the remainder of the evening  will be spent iu dancing. An orchestra from Cranbrook ' will  supply the music.  "'     7 -'  . -.       COME AND SEE    '      ���  the Easty arrangement of fancy cliina.   ' '$  ���X   ��� '   ��� '   *'    ' "COME'AND'SEE' '     :< '     , I  a complete stock of all kinds  of  merchandise  neatly ?  arranged,-with everj-thiug'in place,   and  wkere /you $���  ���    can get ANYTHING' you want.   ' |  ,,    COME; you neeU not buy;' but COME ANYWAY.,  "< $  90    -  ". n  x  ^(  ���- For   Quality.  ��VNAAA/S<VVVVSA<V^VVVVVV^AiVVV/w^#��^^  (T  7^  y,     < '"Come'.One,   Come   All   To   -     '' "  0       X, . ' y  '    y     ���     'a  Santa Glaus'Headquarters  "Rubber"  display in Windows.  ? "   -    , ' , -        i  =    *' r , "        ." ' A'X  ''    ' ''  FULI/ AND COjSIPIvI~TE STOCK OF  "     - ,,. "i ."!���' -I- ', -.v.  Toys, dolls, Xmas cards and New Year cards,' Christmns   decorations^  i-    ,    skates, .toilet sets, manieure'sets,' sewing sets and cigar cases.    -   '  c.    ��.    -f^j\ .kinds ot nuts and mixed'candies.** 'a -.       *,.,   '  *j "\ 'JUp-to-date stock of pipes, tobaccos"and ciga?s"".7'       "'!"" o  .-. t. Fresh fruit in season. ���  Prices to  all at'  R. A. SMITH'S  O. BLOCK.  MOYIE,  ^  - <"'  NEW   GOODS  We have in 'sfcosk and to arrive a complete  assortment ,*o  fancy gooceries for our Christmas trade.  Cleaned Currents,  Sultana Raisins,  Seeded Raisins,  New  Dates,  Pkgy  Lb,  l-2c.       Mixed   Peel,  Mixed Nuts,  .     ��� Shelled   Nuts,  -2c. Table Figs,  Our showing of fruits, candies, nuts, etc., will represent the best that can be procured aud prices will  be so low that you will consider them all a bargain.  Get the Habit.     ��Go to_-_^_=  ���'���j��*>  k ii  -*.'  \r  =?*���!'  f- I  r--'-*i-��l  H' ''  I i  I  ��� b  in  1,A, I  :;*;  Sj* *  ����i  SAi^/Vyv^AAAiSj^iVSA/NiVVVVVVVVV^^ 1  The. Official  show Br. Price's,  to fee most  ireR@lii9 .of. highest-  dfieal  ����s  .,i, ���..  m  TXd  ^J  XX  B^otmxininMi -a  THE   MOYIR   LHAIM5R  B.ib  m  ITISH admiral:  SS*'  Royal Naval Club,  Portsmouth  Y.W To the Zam Buk Co,  fer Dear-   Sirs ��� I   have    round   Zam-Buk    most   reliable   Tor  tf      heallnff outs   ind   abrasions ;   while  for   the   roller of   skin  Irritation, it Is invaluable. Yours faithfully,  , ' (Slfiied) RODNEY- M. LLOYD,  ' , J Admiral.  ^   s-  fU'.  lit?  Mm -  Bi   T  '*  "l':J Mi,  * * *    it  How It Heafed a Terrible Burn. .  Prom top to. bottom of the great British naval  ladder Zam-Buk is known, and' used.' Admiral and  scoker' alike have proved its value, as the foregoing  and the following show: _'_..��� '  ' Smoker Kingsnortn, of H. M. First Class Cruiser  ."Cochrarie," says:���"One day I slipped and fell with  my arm on an exhaust steam pipe, which fairly frizzled  the skin. At once the ship's surgeon dressed my arm,"  but from the first, the burns took the wrong w&y. owing  to a lot of coal dust aud dirt' from the pipe having  got embedded in the flesh and setting up blood-poison.  A large scab appeared, and from underneath the  festering flesh matter oozed out. I was in fearful pain  and didn't' know how to get ease        , ,  i " For weeks I remained under treatmeat, but the ordinary ointments proved no good for my arm. , 'Indeed, I got Worse,'and f  became alarmed at tho spreading of the poison. I therefore obtained  a supply Of Zam-Huk and'almost as soon its this ...was applied T got  ' ease.- "From fcho very first application, healing commenced ; and a  '.few boxes ofZam-Bu'k healed my .wound completely." / v  '"   No matter in -what occupation or stage of life you  may be; for  skin injuries and diseases of all-.kinds yon will find Zam-Huk^h tho  latcst'and best in scientific healing.    That is why it is so popular  to-day.,'  Mothers should see that it is always handy in the home,  tt is a proved  cure" for  eczema,'  ulcers,  abscesses,   ringwqrm",  ' poisoned wounds', tetter, itch, bad leg, varicose ulcers, suppurating  wounds, 'cold sores, chapped hands, babies' sores, inflamed patches,  etc.     Zam-Buk is also a specific for piles. "'All druggists and stores,  at 50c box'or  post free from' Zam-Buk  Co.,  Toronto,   for prico,  ���Ref-jke all substitutes ai,id h'-umfnl i'mii-atiojis. '        r.     '���  A 1NEW VIEW OF THE iMIGEATION  or  BIRDS   .  THE still unsolved problem of the  migratiou Off .birds has recently  given, further incontivu to interesting .investigation.' Tho most sallont  feature'of "the latter, is tho origin of  the paths of passage,, To tho directions  of migration* which" birds ot passage  take when goiiig, to and from their  'winter.,quarters thoy hold with 'roost  obstinate1 faithfulness, oven ,whon such  directions, describo   gToatly t circuitousi  $wxf,rsyfy iD<i A I'l&B' i ���i^Sfef"  Dr.Martel's Female Pills  ���   SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  ftuonbed and recommended lor womon'B al  m��nta, a BCientillcall} prepared remedy ol proven  worth. The result Jrom their uae 19 quick and  permanent   For enle ab i��H rirutc Htorey.  ,        Home  DYEING  I*s -the w iy to  Save Money  Dress We[l  Try it!  Simple as Washing  with  JUST THINK OF IT!  Pyo��"Wool. C*mton, Silk. o�� Mixtd Coodi Pcrf*clly  \tirti the ��>AM1 l)yt'--No <.liJiitl of misUkt>A F^t  nnd tJcautliul i olors 10 cents, from >oui DruttRlvt or  V* llrr tSi ml (or t, olor C&rd and S I OH Y Hyoktit 7b  Tlie   J��hnion��U�� Iijnl^on Co. Limit* d.   Mouti-cnl  LIQUOR and TOBACCO HABITS  A.   McT.-iBgr.rt,  M D.,   CM, 75 Yonce  Street,  Toronto,   Can.  J .'.Ti i.i- i.   t-   to   l>r    MiTtiKr.rt'n  pro*"- n  b-oi i1   Mm di. ���-   and   I't'r-.ui.il   riU'^-i*)    l"'i  mil:..',   li.  Si-   W'  U    *.  1 I'm    Oio   ~v\  li, v     ;,      |y  Colliy-.  K. -        I-   ll .1  Mlilm".-   I  JiuU   Hi .  ro'itu  111* 'I''1 -'ut>, \e^Al-ihU. roniidu-B for  tl-n 1 in.- . il ...cto li il uk nn- hci!t|*!i*i.  t.l{,\ ir . ,., m\i liyiiM. IrtHl) icniB No h". l>o  di-p-it in], i ,.,.|., no pnljliiMty, no |0<ii; of  Lll ii*  Irui.     i 'nil,*    .ind   lortun   cure  I oi iu1* ,i i u  .i   . o-icoj)..ndt'nco  itniLd  indilh.   C'kn'f  .Tusti'o  l.'oi-'i,  ex I'rL'n-ipr of Onli-io  \. ��sb,    ll I) .    I'tcB     Yic'.i-i.i  Tri.ty,      I'rrhidrnl  Voru-Lo  1'    k)?..., nj,   liibl op  of     St  ci   'I'i  'routes,   making   every   effort' ro   reach  very fai abodes for the winter ftbough  equally- favorable' places may* be found  much nearer to their'brooding regions.  So it happens that delicate singeis, and  weak flyers'Iikc th'e quail^do'nor, shrink  from flight over great stretches of sea,  nnd- that   summer-birds   of   the   high  north' wander .regularly  every  your  in  tho fall, to th'e  extreme  south,   to  tho  Capo and'to  Australia.    Pieeise proof  of the tenacity with which many biids  cling' to  thoir-old  paths  of  migratiou  is afforded by the conduct of the white  wagtail, for instance. fWhile in .winter  it passea to.thejVery interior of Airiea.,  it  may be found  in summer anywhere  in Europo and Asia, even in Greenland.  From the latter' countiy it never wanders   in   winter   into   North'. America',  which, of course, can 'be s reached -with  greater   ease,.'but   always   follows' the  old road over wlaich it- fast imisti have  reached Greonlaiid, that is, by way qi  Iceland. Uu> Fbtoo Islanrl&'and England.,  which'wore 'once   connected   with'one  another by bridges o'f laud aij were fctill  at  the   time   of   tho  Dolugo  the  thiee  peninsulas of Southern Euiopo witli'Africa.    3n tneso habits may be observed  phenomena qf heredity iu deference to  which, during thc winter, every individual  seeks,   if   not   the   locality  ivhich  was the site of it*, origin, at least'^the  regions'that border'the  line of migia-  tion along which its progenitors cither  expanded   their i sites   ot   residence   or  iounded   new   homes.       A*;     migratory  birds   usually,   from    pioierence,, pass  from one station of rest toranother and  therefore   must   follows,   in   a   mcasuie,  tho outlines of thc coutitty, it may be  .iisumed that when they Wiuuloi- across  the   oc-enn,  though   elsewhere   paths  of  initiation   overland   are   at   their   disposal,  thoy follow   in  accordance  with  old   habit   linos, of   coast  which   disappeared long ago. J>  In this Way may be explained the fact  Ihat the hawk that broods in Eastern  Siberia and Manchuria pauses the win-  tor in India and South Africa. Like-  wisp gander lhe hoopoe and the ciooic-  billcd sfrand-��nipe * to Madagascar,  while both aro unknown in Afiic-a south  of tiie equator. They follow the long  chain of islands along *.\hich the migration of their ancestors toward fhe southwest occurred, and we can assume notli-  in^; other thau that this migiatioii was  eflcctcd along n northern territonal  connection, it may bo by-way of'Syria  ���nid Arabia, along the eastern coast of  thc black continent, or perhaps along  the chain ot, inlands, 'which, ad relics  of a former continent, might have been  present in far gi eater liiimbers in tho  p.i*-t than at lho present day. ft is,  ihctefore, <i valid conclusion that in  the course of time the flight overland,  o* er a path of bridges of land, has become a migiatioii acioss tin: ocean. The  buds, however, did not choose the  bridges of 1 ind cspei Killy lo avoid pis  H-igf across s,>r, .,���,] (i.-(>:,ri, r-ilher their  path of migration w,is the re-ult of tlu*  f-ict that Ihe former territorial coiinec  tion nlTnrdi'd then lln* i.l>' possibility  oi -citteiing th'i'.'olv. s 'ow.ml the  north or of a rein* it Id Hi" soul)1. Their  1'nes of passage uf the piesent day, co'i  eqiieiiUv. me lulh'iig ulher th-in the  stupendously old p..t'��s v.hiil. t ho birds  li i\-i* follow ei]  froei lime .lume'iioual.  rpi��E Suflragist raised her right hand.  JL     "Give   the  woman  the  credit  she  deserves-,'" she cried, '-and where  would man be J"  uJf stie got all thc credit she wanted  he'd   be  in   the  poorhouae.'-   sneered   a  nasty person  in the rear of the hall.  , - ,��     *     ��  TOMMY: '"Hello. Billy!   Do you  col-  ' lect postage stamps?'" , i  Billy:   "Yep.'.'  Tommy:   "Got  any  duplicates  you'd  like to swap?"  Billy: "Well, maybe. We've just  had a pair o' twnls^up lo our house, and  if ina will let' me have bne;of 'em I'll  let you 'have him for au uncancelled  two-Vent Nicaragua for 1903."  , * t  *    �� , ���<*  SHE: "Father believes in the pleasures .of anticipation. "��� < ,  < , lie: "Do you agroe with him?"  She: "Oh, yes, indeed. In the siuii-'  nier he promises to buy me a sealskin  coat the following winter if I'll give up  going to tho seaside, and in the winter  he promises to send mo to the 'seaside  the following summer if 'I give up the  sealskin coat.    So, you see, 1 am always  happy," a  i. *    *     �����    . r  ,<��� i  THE following testimonial waa giv��ri  to a~servanl girl: ''   '  "-This is to ��� certify'that the  bearer has been in'my service one year  less'-eleven months. During this ,time I  found her to' be diligent at the back  door, temperate at .her work, prompt at  excuses, amiablcJ towards young 'gentlemen, faithful to her sweetheartta, and  honest .when overytmng 'was #afe under  lock'and kev."* ',        .     '. '   .  A.  \s a vetuiicide fhrre is no pr.*p nation  thit, equals jMothei   di'ives'  Worm  Ex  terminator.    It   has  saved  the  lives  of  ionntless  children.  That Splitting Headache  will'ranlah If you tako  NA-DRU-CO" Headache Wafers  Oivo   quick, turc   relief, and wo cuaranteo thoy contain   nothlnc  n^rrr.Iul lo the heart or nervous system. -25c. a box, at all dmcelsta*.  Notional DniR ��nd Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,  Montreal.'  26  FOR   THAT NEW  HOUSE  mmmimmmmsmaBBBa  The Empire Brands of Waif Plaster  MANUKACTUUED ONLY BV '  The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited  winhipbg, at/a?.  CbUNTRYM-AK who visitoa - tho  National Gallery, stopped in front  of a<,portrait which showedca man  hitting, ins a bigh-backod,. chair. There  was a small'white card on the'picture,  which read, "A.��portrait ofi Edward  Smith by himself." , , ,  Tho farmer read the card',- and then  chuckled yto 'himself. 'Ulegular fools,  these city fellers are.,' Auybody' w-ho  looks at "that .picter 'ud know Smith  ,wa's by himself. There ain't no ono iri  the pa'infin' withvhim,"   t/      ' y  y,  y   .    * ,     _'<-..  IT'was shortly "after midnight,"and the  Colonel , had   caught  Kastus   red-  handed.        '   '   *   ' ,   y   i    ,     B '  "Well,'Kastus, you old rascal, you,"  said he. "I've caught you at last. What  are you doing in mv henhouse?"  " Why, Marse Bill," said the old man,  "I���I aonc heerd such a cacklin' in disi  yere coop dat, I���I thought ;mebbo de  ole hen doi?e gone lay an aig, an' I���I  wanted ter'git, it .fo' ,you| breakfas,  while it was fresh, suh."    :       ,  ,.  *    *     "  ' '   * >  i-J^HEEE is a man in our town,"and he  J, jis .wondrous wise; when he-writ-  'eth to the eaitor he dotteth all his  i's., And when the i.'s aro dotted, to  give us added ease, he punctuates each  paragraph aud crosscth all his t^s. Upon  one side "alone he writes, aud never rolls  tho leaves; so from the stern blue-pencil  man a smile he oft receives.' And when  a question'he doth/ ask (he's truly_ a  wise guy), a penny, stamp he never fails  to enclose for  the reply.     *' ,f  �� *        *       '��    l >c    ' ���     ,1 , > ,   '  SEE hero, waiter,\' said Mr. Grouch.  - scowling deeply over his plate, "I  ordered turtle soup. Thero is not  oven .a morsel of turtle'' flavor in this."  "Of course not," returned the waiter.  ���'What do' you expect" Shakespeare  said there was nothing in a name. If  you ordered college pudding would yon  e.\peet a college in it? In Manchester  pudding would you look tor a ship  canal or a Cotton Exchange? Any tea,  sn?"     ' . ,       '  AAA  Dl-J. FENXEB was "tho most famous  of medical jokers     His coachman  was.a man .named Miles, who had  been   with  him   for  many  years.     Mr.  Miles was the youngest of twelve.   Said  Dr. I'enncr one  day:     c  "Miles, what a pity'you .never saw  your eldest brother!"  "I did, sir, often," said Miles.  "But you couldn't," replied the doctor.  "Why uot, sir-1"'       k  "Because,"  said tho doctor,  "there  wero always ten Miles "between you."  *���*-,* *  rpilE  old l.-*dy seemed  to have  some-  JL     thing on her mind, and she let go  when   her   daughter's^ youug  man  called. f     .  ���'Mr. Simpson,'' she began, impressively, "a friend of mine informs me  that you are employed by a, firm .of  por... butchers."  "Yes���that is so," faltered the  vonng man.  "And," went on the old lady, tromb-  liug with indignation, "you led Mary  an" ine to believe you were a co��-  tumiei."  "Well." replied tho detected swank-  er, "so r am in a kind of way. You sec,  I put tho tights on the sausages."  the poor sailor., In the-course of the  day she .encountered him, with a strip  of plastei on Ms forehead.   , ''  "How is your head?" she asked kindly,-aa he passed by hor bent on some  duty.  "'.West by south, iiih am," was the  reply. ,  ,*     *    * '.  A MAN was telling about an exciting'  experience "'in  Bugsi'i.    His sleigh  ; i was pursued ov<>r the frozen  wastes by a pack of at least a dozen  famished wolves. He arose and shot  the foremost ono, and the others stopped  to devour it. But they soon caught up  with, him, and ha shot snother, which  was in turn, devoured. This was, repeated until ^the last famished wolf was almost upon ' him. with yearning jaws,  when���;���     -  i . ,   ' ���' ;  "Say, partner," bioke in one of,the  listeners, "according to youi reckoning,  that last-famished wolt must have had  thc other  Meveu .insido of him."  "Well,.come to'think Jt over,-" said  the story-teller, "maybe he wasn't so  darned famished after all " ,  UP  in 'Minnesota' Mr.   Olson   had  a  cow,  Killed   by   a   railway   train.  '   Jn due soasoii the claim agent for  the railway called. . . ,  " Wo understand, of course, that the  deqeaced was; a very docile and ^yajuablo  unimaltV .said'the eljiim agent-in his  most,' persuasive cliiiriitigoiitlemanly  manner, "and. we sympathise with you  and your familjyin your loss. 'But) Mr.  Oisen, you must' remember this: Your  cow had no business being uponyy'our  tracks., Thoso truck's are our private  property, and. wheri'she invadfccU them  ihc became ,a trespasser. Technically,  sficikiug, you, too,.> as her owner, 'beanie a trespasser also. 'But'wo havo no  desire,to carry thp^ issue into cc;urt. and  possibly giveyoiij.'troiible. ' A'o'w, then,  what woul.l you regard arf a fair settlement 'between" yon and the "railroad  company?" f-y ,-,*, ' 'A''A  ' "Vail,'1'"said Mr. Qlsen "slowly, "Ay  bano'poor "Swede 'farmer, but Ay sh"all  give you two dollars.-",       -- -'    e  desired. At the Naval Hospital in Yokohama theio aro several women nurses,  and in several other military hospitals  thoy ure and have been in throat demand. " *���  A  LADY of title, an ardent motorist,  is very unfortunate in tho matter  of spills. The other day, by no  means foi the first time, an ongiceer  came to do various repairs to the motor.  The little girls of the house watched,  ami then remarked:  "1 think mamma's very unlucky with  her motor, don't youi"  "Unlucky, did ye s.iyf' replied the  mechanic. "Why, no; not particularly  imluckv. Jier ladyship's alive, ain't  she?"  "Yes, of course she is," said the girl.  "Well,'' was the rejoinder, with an  expressive shake of tho head, "lots of  our customers an.'t. "  A PASSENGER   on  liner  had  an  ox;  Transatlantic  xperience recently  which was calculated to make her  believe that a seaman i.s not apt to  waste many thought* on liis personal  troubles. '������  ������'.'������.  The seaman who brought the traveller  to this opinion had, the second day out,  a fall which resulted in a bad cut on the  head.. She was'most ���.solicitous'in--her,  im|uirio.s as to.his welfare when she saw  .the captain: that night, and would undoubtedly have continued her sympathy  had not a rough soa called to mind her  own' suffering.  Four days later, however, when she  emerged, white and weak, from her  state-room,   -she   suddenly   remembered  The Pill That Leads Them All.���Pills  aro the most portable and compact of  all medicines, and when easy to take aro  thc most acceptable of preparations. But  they must attest, their. power to be  popular. As .Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  are the niost popular of all pills they,  must fully meet all requirements. Accurately compounded and composed of  ingredients proven to bo effective in  regulating the digestive, organs, there  is no surer ine'dicinc to bo had .-uiy-  where.  TRAINED WOMEN"'" NURSES WANT-  BYltT.S.iiGp^rEEKMENT,   * X  TIIE news'Iitem .which appeared in  many papers'recently to the effect  that-the government of the United  States.would uot employ any more .women in the, federal "-departments "-at  Washington seemed to work'a' hardship  for thoso who were .about-to take thc  examinations. K There is ono field, however, .rin tho government service, in  which thero appears to be ,a shortage  most of the time, and that' is the" position of trained woman nurse. That .this  is true is evidenced by the* fact that  the civil service, commission finds'it'ne,-  cessary toehold four 'oi five examinations each year to, fill vacancies 'and  newly created posts.'' ��� > ' t  \ Thero ,are thiee' ^services for which  trained nurses are,assigned: the Indian  service", to' which most'of ,tho women  who pass express a���pie.ft*reucc, the Philippines, and at Panama., ,y% .^ \��-y >  '"-Tho salary/,which in most' casqs' includes quart'era, . board, and, ^laundry;  ranges anywhere"'from fifty-,dollars' td  oighty-Ove dollars a month/- In*the Indian service the entrance ^salary, ranges  from .-jGOO to $720'ay^yeai;,. including  quarters. ,That, of thewPhilippino-ser-  yico is .*i)Q a mouth to start, and is increased after six months, while an adequate allowance is -made, forjlaundry in  addition to board and quarters., ,, - '  - Ju the canal service trained women  nurses receive an entrance salary of $60  a month, with board, quarters'and laundry. The majority of them xeeeivci &75  a month,through promotion.       ,  The work of the Philippine ��ud Tsth-.  min.tt services is along f;enerbj lines, but  that of the Indian service is of a special  character, the diseases of tuberculosis  and trachoma, this latter a disease of  the eye. being thc most prominent.*  .The Indian service is directing such  an aggressive nnd, 1 borough campaign  against tliese two" diseases, which arc  so rapidlv depopulating the tribes of  the southwest, that an appropriation  of *10,0(K) was asked of Congress ,1o bo  used in  the tight. /  1 In the campaign against tuberculosis,  small camps, scfi'ttored about the various  resur\-ations, have been found the modt  effective Weapon. ��� ,  r  While the Indian is susceptible to_ nil  forms of tho disease, he 'responds quick-  lv to treatment in its eaily stages. In  the fight against trachoma three physicians and one specially trained nur.ae  aie 'kept busy travelling between reservations., treating cases on (he ground  where necessary,'and, whenever possible,  sending'the infected person to thc special hospital  at ^Phoenix, Arizona.  This special hospital'is. proving a  great success* and a most effective weapon against the spread of the disease.  Trachoma is more generally, pievalent  among the Indians, of the southwest  than in any otlier section, of the United  States, as it has. come up rapidly into  Now Mexico and Arizona from Mexico  and the southern Pacific coast. So f.ir  52 per cent, of the Indians h.'.ve been  found lo be  victims of trichoma.  The field i'or trained women nurses  is a wide one, and there is usually a  dearth of good nurses, who are fitted  to tako to the field for this work. The  army aad navy each have a corps of  women nurses,' and it has been found  ihat  their  work was  ail  that could  be  THE   PHYSIOLOGICAL  EFFECT   OF  MAGNETISM  DESPITE the negative effects obtained years ago by Lord Lindsay (now the Earl of Crawford),  Prof. Thompson recently succeeded in  demonstrating a real physiological effect, due to magnetism. Some .six years  ago, when experimenting with an elec-  tro-magnet which had been constructed  tu show his well-known experiment ���on  the repulsion of copper ringtj, he observed a faint visual effect when his  forehead ,was placed close to tho magnet. He- recently found tho means Of  producing tho visual effect (which" ib  subjective and physiological) in a way  that' succeeds with every, person on  whom it has been tried. Au .alternating  magnetic;'field of sufficient intensity and  extent was,produced by passing an alternating electric current around a specially co'nstructetl magnetising (-.oil. t  On inserting the head into tho inter*  ior of tho coil in the^dark, or with the  eyes clqsed, there is pierceived'* over tho  whole region of vision a faint, flickering illumination, colorless or of a slightly bluish tint.' The period of the flicker  is uot well defined. It <3ocs riot seem  to be the same ovtii tho whole region  of vision .at the same timo, nor is it  equally bright over the whole region of  visioii, but is Somewhat brighter 'in the  peripheral fOgion thau in th'e central  parts. Even in daylight, with the eyes  iOpon,'ono is conscious of a sensation of  flicker superposed upon tho, ordinary  vision. '-     ���   ,    , f, i   X    >  /lho "effect is'diminished )iy lowering  the intonsity of tho field, and increased  by ' raising it. >- Attempts to discover  whether tho brightness of the phcno(-  monoh stands in any ' relation'',to, the  direction of .tho-axis of the field with  respect-to jthc directions of.the principal axis ef the skull have not yet* revealed ,'a'ny definite'result: It. will be  necelsarv' to 'apply more intense fieldB  than1" have yet been, tried. 'Jso aftereffects-' of any kind haye been oxperi-'  encoil, either'by Professor, Thornpson-or  by,any,of the persons who haye made  the oxperirncuts with him,.  THERE is nothing wtaiij-h helps t,o'6ell  . an 'animal of any'kind as flesh or  i ' fat.,.' ,,'".���- x , r ��� . j ,''  , ,Tho jtastest trotter, pacer? or runner  will, never bring what it is really worth,  cither at-private sale "or 'at public auc-  'tion,r if it is not in'good condition. -    ''  It is an amazing fact; but it is a fact  nevertheless,,'* that .good horsemen, and  the"best of judges'"will overlook n good  one, if it is looking thin and'ragged.  . 'This fact means that "in brjicr to, secure* the best prices for Tiorses ofj'any  kind ,they must be in goocb condition  when'a buyer, iipp'earS on'-the "scene.  This i is ^especially true with, colts.*  Young animals generally have ,to sell  on,'their appearances. ( Of coprse breeding and .ability, to..show gait helps,'but  without" appearance'the sale'must fall  flat!'". ,...y }i .- ' y ., . .- X -'A. '  _A very' good 'article'on fitting colts  and'horses for the markets appearsyin  'one of our" exchanges, and is worthy a  placo'Iri this article. -/ ' > ?  ���     " *  ; -It isyfollows: *     i   -X\    ;"  *''���"'���_''  A ' >'"'J jit Tilc-m f0'r.MarketyV:*  ',  '"Auction^ sales of trotting stock will  soon bo in order and those breoders just  beginning" in .the' business,', who have  animals, to sell, whether young or old',,  many or few, should bogin at once to  put them .in' attractive "condition. There  is nothing more attractive to the^eyes  of mosit purchasers than fat, and, except  hogs, .t-beTC, is no animal ra'ised on tho  farm that ca,u bo fattened more easily  than' a healthy one of tho horse kind,  whether old or young. Thoy should be  fed regularly as much good, sweet, early  cut,   well   Cured   English   hay   as ' they  will eat vrithoat leaving any oats m the  manger. They should also be fed a lib*  oral ration of old oats three times  daily; tho ration to bo in proportion to  the age and eizo. of tne annual, Ha\e  all'the mangers cleaned thoroughly at  least once a day,.three times a day is  better.      ,   '  Whon an animal.shows indication of  becoming   cloyed   and   leaves   oats   in  the   mangof,   reduce'the   rations,   both  of hay and grain, at least" one-half, for  a day or two longer if neeossary^ until  the appetite is restored,  then  increase  gradually  until  the full  ration, i.s consumed,    Keep ,the Uppotito keen. Water  at least three times daily.    The animal  should also be well bedded and the stall  kept clean and f^ee from odors.   'Every  animal should also be carefully groomed  each morning with a curry comb used  lightly, especially about the head, legs,  and belly, and a good brush, whlclvmuy  be applied more heavily, then finish' by  wiping all over with a-good Mclean .rub  rag.    The farmer's boy who has never  had  experience   with  curry   comb   and  brush  should visit a livery 'stable  and  watch, an   exjierioneed,  faithful' groom  clean a'few horses, and follow his plan  of applying* tho curry comb and brush.  Unless'applied lightly the curry eornb  is an instrument of torture/   Its'purpose  is^ to loosen tho,dirt from' the body so  that it may bo'removed by .applications  of  the brush,' Tho curry  comb  should  never be 'applied to'jthe'inane and tail,  nor should n wire tooth card.    Use only  a brush made of hair or broom corn or  a  coarse tooth  comb made  of horn  on  mane and tail,r"'A'well groomed animal  with neatly combed anil brushed mane  and tail will bring ucVertfi dollars m(ire  in a sale rinp'or at a private salo,Tth't*('  will' lhe  same hnirijiil  with his or  her  hair tu]\ of dirt and 'hair of niaiie :iml  tail-.twistot", tangled and full of "burn,.  ,Atiimals that are not $W- enough  to  show  .in   harness^, should' bo   educated  to   ho  shown   to   bridld,  either  guided  by a man who can sprint fa^t   running  at the animal's loft shoulder,' or mounted  on*a' pony   with Jtho 'auimiil  to  be  shown at tlie pony's side or better still  driven iii  front''of thfj pony and  guided by the bit by inoanu *oi'* long, reins'  attached,"  Unless ����� youngster shows, a  gait indicative  of speed tho bids will  not roach a'*high figure, no matterlho'w  ho~sor"Bhe may bo'.bred;- or how fat or  how well groomed.      , ���    <  Ho Liniment  Uke " Nerviline ��  Fifty Years'   Use Proves It Tk '  ,  Strongest, Safest, Best  1,000,000 Bottles Sold Annually  The  unexampled  success 0f  "\.  line" is due to the-facl that it i8 J"  times stronger,  three  times  moro Jl  triitmg, moie   pain relie\inn   th-.,   ..  other liniment. '   K "  *lny  One million bottles used rv��rv v<  think what this meum," Surelv sirnn'"  proof is not possible that ffiifiT���!  trusty, bn .ment, a household �����,".,*  upon'which mothers tun dope.i*! i��� CZ  oi accident or sudden' sickm..sH. Hcam.w  an ache or a pain that JVeivilino won'i  euro���amone the hundreds of ailmrat*  for which i}- ip guaranteed are the fft7  lowing:��� '   *      , /"'  Headache' Neuralgia  - .Sclatfca  , Rheumatism '  Lumbago    ,   <    Chest Colds'  Sore, Back Tooth aphe  Earache ���> Cramps        >        '  ���f Diarrhpea ,,' ���'   Bowol Dissident  Doctors .will tell you that nothing but'  e purest and most healing nntisnotic  ugs'aro used in Nervilinv'��� that's vrt.y  -it is so safe for general family use for'  thc baby as well an the pitreat     If y���u  h-'tvoii-'t  tried ,iserviline,  do  so  now���  yoifr neighbors are almost j,uro,to know  of-its, manifold  nleritii And uc.es.  , Befoso any substitute for  Nerviliuc  roKI the world  over in Uvo bis-ps, ftoe''  and  ��5e.r all  dealers,  or Th.�� Catarrh  ozone Co.; Kingston, Out.  th  dru  R*d, Wenlc 'Wnmyrri ~Wmtcrr Kjre��.1  Relieved' By Murine Kye Remedy. r. Try  Murine^ For Your Ey�� Troubles. "Too  Will Like-Murine. .-It 8oothea. 60c ��� At  '.Your Drugglats.1 "Write For Eye Boolu.  Free.   Murine Ey�� Remedy Co., Toronto.  When im animal is offered that is to  bo  shown  in, harness he or slm <-huald  be thoroughly ..educated ami well mannered, obey the rein and voice prouwUr *  and cheorfullyj and Mo be fearlftss t.f  automobiles, > trolley , and ' steam   cam,  Farmers and'small breeders in ihi country tl,who' thick* of consigning their ani  mals to public sales'will do well to heat  these'matters iu mind. -Thoy may Lave'  just as woll bred and as premising ani-  jiiulu as those of tho larger breeder who  gets high prices, but unless they nhow >  'as'woll as his in -the tuiliwring' the hid  ding., will'stop at (i.'tyvr figure."   ��� "  quickly, Mop�� cottihu. cores colds, hcala  tbe .tl.riint and 'Iunil��       -       -       ��5 centi  No matter how deep-rooted t;h.o corn  or wart may be, it "must yield to TIollo-  wav's,Corii i^urc if used as directed.  Quickly stops "coughs, cures colds, *hrols  the Itiroat nnd lands        ���       -       25  cent*.'  The Lamp witHDifFasMLight  J, should .always^, bemused where .several* 'i  people sit, because Jt does not strain the  , eyes of those sitting far from it.''   *, ) *  The vRayo'Lamp Js constructed to'give  the maximum diffused white light.  Everyi  detail that increases its light-giving value  has been included.  The Rayo is a low-priced lamp." You may  pay $5, $10 or even $20 for other lamps and get  a more expensive container���but^you cannot get  a better light than the Rayo gives.  , This season's Rayo has a new and strength-'  ened burner. A strong, durable shade-holder .  keeps Jhe shade on firm and  true.    Easy to keep  , polished,  as  it is, made ot solid  brass,  finished  ' in" nickel. ' , '  ' Once a Rayo User, Always One.  '"  Dealers Everywhere.   If ml atycurs. write for desaipSst  circular to ire nearest cftnty c/the >.       '  The Imperial Oil Company *  l . Limited.  ARE KNOWN AS THE  FARMER'S FRIEND  DODD'S     KIDNEY     PILLS    DOING  GREAT    WOP.K    IN    THE  PEA1EIES      '  Michael Anderson joins the throng who  are    shouting   their   praises ��� They  cured his Gravel and Kheumatism  Pine  Valley, . Manitoba���-(.Special).���  Michael Anderson a  well-known farmer  living near, here is added ,to. tlio number  of those who havo sent the cry echoing  over    the   Prairies,    ''-Dodd's   Kidney  Pills   are  the   fanner's  friend."     Anil  truly .Mr. Anderson has reason to praise  the' great, Canadian    Kidney ' remedy.  Listen to his experience:  :".A'strain and a.bad cold started iny  troubles," says Mr. Anderson, '.'and for  twelve . long yeara I was ��� a -victim of  Kidney trouble, Kheumatism and Gravel. ���D"octnr�� attended me and ��� I* tried  many medicines, but they did not cure  ine, " Dodd's Kidney. Pills cured tne iu  less  than  one  month."  It is easy to do anything when you  know how.' Mr. Anderson wont, right  tn the root of liis' trouble.' He cured  his Kidneys bv using Dodd's Kidney  Pills and with "the root gone.tho other  diseases disappeared. Dodd's Kidney  Pills always . make j healthy kidneys  and with 'healthy ' kidneys, yon can't  have Kheumatism or Gravel.  Could we afford to buy and give away hundreds of. thousands of 50-cent bottles of Psychine (pronounced Si-  t . V  keen) if we did not-know from a third of a  century's experience that it was i  the greatest vitality-builder  of the age ?  .You know what it would mean io us .These white corpuscles cat any germ      Now wo don't ask you to take car  wero  Payclifni1  a  preparation   without of disease that gains an entrance to the  word  for  Ihe  tremendously   beneficm  a dcfiti Hu. beneficial action. body,   when   they're   In   large   enough effect ot Psychine.    Fill  out the  con-*  Alter tbe first Ijottle which we would numbers aud sufllciently strong.               pon below, mall it to us and ��f"i gl'c  b��v, no more would he rum-based.     ' w.               ,                                                your druggist an order (for which we  And   v.o  would go  out  of  business. ���      ,?n they re not sufflclently strong,           him  thc regu,ar )C.a!1 pnre)  for  K-t   ac-ic uot   coins out of  business, " �� '?'",aa1e, ge,:ra3v   ^evour   theril   and a 50-cenl bottle ot Psychine to he given  .-nn  our  umlideme  ihat   we're:   not  Is '"soase hold-i the body,                               you tree of cost.  ba.od   upon  our   third   of a  century's '                    *   * *                                                                                       ,   -, .,.  experimep with Psychine. *  * *                                 Wo will undoubtedly buy nnd i>Nlr-  Tin   years   after   Confederal ion'  we For centuries almost, herbs, nature's  bute in this manner hundreds ��-rf11���"  co-iimem-ed compounding Psychine. own remedies, have been tbe most of- sands ot these  50-cont bottles e.  J .iy  i?inco  that lime, we have sold many llcient foo to disease.                                ( chine.  milll.jns of bottles. Wp hav(j not known vcry definitely      And wo do that to show our ?ntire  We   have  cured   many  hundreds  of jusc )l0w.  confidence in this  wonderful  preparation.  thousands  ol   virulent  and  oftenliims  !a:al eases of diseases. TJi't now science tells us that certain  We baie in our files many hundred's of Ihe-ie herb-? Increase the number of _a_ cosfidence that has been bawl  of thousands of unsolicited testi- ihe while torpusclcs and their strength. on otiViio"years' experience v.1'1' ih"  nioni.ilb. ' Thp^p pprfain ]l0rhH aTt, incorporated  splendid preparation, with a full kno\v-  Atid   we  have   grown   from   a   small   ,n  [>k>yL,,  ledge of the hundreds of thousand, oi  beginning to be one of the largest, pro-   ... "���*.������ . cures It has made. : '  wb gp, to t.h.c ends of 'the earth  for .:,.-���  these herbs���to .Arabia; to South Amer-. ..��� ........_....'.....-'-...:.,l���..������ ��� ���-"���.  ica, to Cljina and to .'Japan,  Tliey are .Compounded in the most  costly chemical appliances in this country., ���.  '      ���������'���        v. ���., . .    ,.   :���  v*  in   this; coun-  . pyieta'ry   manufacturers  !try. '���'.'",   V        ' y   '���������   '''���������.  .Here, then ia-proof that wo. have" in  'Psyc'hine a preparation wilh abundant  p.n'd denionstrated, effectiveness, more sri  I hail any other preparation we,-or anyone else, ever heard of.  '.'���  H.ei-e tlnin.'is the reason of our unal-  te'rable'Tionftdenc'e ���in-Psychi:i|j, that it.  is iiv fact the greatest preparation of  il? kind in the .world.- ,  Mere then i.s why we havo inatigu-.  rated a policy of actually buying hundreds of thousands, ot bottles of'Psy-  ,.eiiin'e to give to those who should use,  ! To those who .are blindly groping  in tlie dark for relief from their  misery, who may perhaps be using  wrong method's to recover their health  and their strength. .      ' ��� '    '  ���'���������''***  l-iAGTUPPK.       *  The    greatest    and     most    effective  agents   for   the   bodily   health   are  the  'Ahite corpuscles, phagocytes.  And. the result is Psychine���-for a  third of ,y ceritury 'the' most effective  vitality-builder the world,has known.  Tho [one preparation that has ciired  many  thousands, ot.. the'following  dis-.  '.-uses: ' '  l.a ("hippo  Ilnjnclniis  ire'iiorrliugcf.  f-'orn '1'liroat  .-*. HH'.-mia  t'cilmki AVcnkncBH  lii'liKcslii'm  I'<n.rj\ |ip.:l.it <!  (..'Iiiil-i mid Fevers  Klnep-(.sHi:.:sM ;inil  ���Nei-voiH Troubles  llronclilul ���Coughs  Went l,ungi��  Wcnk Vuic-o-"  Sp.rin^ U'c.ilcncsH  lCfi'rly IlficlHio  Cnlnrilnil AH'cctlonH  Cnlai-rli of Stomach  Nl^lit. SwciilH  Obslinale Con^h.s  .I,iLi-ynglli��<(iiifl  IlJ'SpOJIfl-'l  Aftnn--firirt:lJ< of Pleurisy, I'linumoniii ami(  l.i\ Clrippo  CpURON  No'. 95  To !hc Dr;   T.' A.  "sLOCUM,   Ltd.  193-195   Spadina'A*^.,   Tcronio. ' ���  In.'ceplyouroircrlo try ,y-- !ir,ll,;��  of l;!��yclilnu (proiiou'nccd ^i'^'""-,,;,,'  your' expense. I liavo not I'"'1 u���;' '  bolil.; of l'Rvclilno tinita* 1111 .-=��� '*l*!'' .  Kindly,ndvi-bmy drugnist lo <lcli*'-r  this botllo to ni'e. ..*���'*,  JlyNamc. ���������������.   Town...'. '.. i- ��� ������ ���   '  Strectund N'umbor.' V    My pniKKist's Sninc *.*  S.lrcotnnd Xuitibcr ���   ���'Thiscoiipon Is not pood '��>'!'-v'y h"A'i  or I'sychiiio if pronontcil lo I ic'''"-'{���!,VL  ���11,11111-1.1.0  KOIlt- Ul-WO Will  He 'I   ���''������  Ibo f'lo. liottlo of I'sychini' fru"1 ,  driiKKistimil direct. Inn "'.'''I'V.'.'.'.-v,, nt  you. . This -direr limy lio wrtli' ��' -y '  any timo without notiuo.   buna i"o��l'-  today. ;   ���Sfl fmWARD CLEANING  '       Assures Outward Beauty     ,  '  ���ft*-*!"*" \ 1   r        1   ���   ��  *  �� r *1    l    1    ,lHi  1 ilj.    -u(;j ji.*   Jji'..\iyl*.i.  iiiniake  than   to  imagine  ,.10111.1 <'  s nork  f-i-i  "'  kb w-J<'"  |9rt*, ��*"   ,  h   failing  just   a   littlo   m  ���<** ^"iT'iiiuy b��a ,itl]e at a" tlm'c-  rcni.-ilv���"iwa rd   cleansing  iltou's   Pills.       This   re-  to speak, a' cobweb here mid  blc sign (��t careless inwuid  n-  . iiihure   beauty,  Home will ack,  ji.uiiiHon's Pills :i"tf * Why  P'e' i"  ^ Crouv l-iih  (���ami) ("orai.le^ioji, act  upon the  Kin, ui*" -v'",r yy  ffJ��oi\ ei""'. Ij,'t vwy  effectively  r-'.h.t   ureal   tri"   of   health,   the  K    ,,,,,., ,ui<Pkidriby��.  H L't Hi it robust, hearty health, to  V,\n .sparkle ut yigorjLto ,look and  i il iv'" at vour best, tone and rcgu-  mir ������vti'w  vvith   Dr.   Hamilton V  l;<"' 'Ihoii-JiBil1* find this advice gooij  ,11 \nU-~refuse  a  substitutu  for  'V.n.ilEo--'-' rilta oi  Mandrake and,  , '' ������   f.-3c i>rr box, all dealer-,; or  r'V'atjrrhc/.ii'io  Co.",  Kingston,   Can-  s..i���. | rain bounded northwirds to  i' VJinl.uJffh tne Englishman in tho  V.'WT felt firbt iu tine pocket and  ����� ����� in ni he fur KwietKirig. What-  . it-vl" h" couhLnol find.it,    fjcan-  Ij.    f'    WJ    ,  ' '  ..Tsii'^  w'-   ''"'   ���'c,ol<1   ."* oil ' oblige  .iiitl a. tiJUtehf"  ���*'ijv g!*'v\<'i*ed a moment* uvit the  L'0r'|,is i-.r-wsfia^r ut  him, and said  1 v\f .. i "  "Kairtai'iiy, sir."       .   , .        '..,.  DAME FASHION'S  DECREES  'TMXXH   se-tsou   special   attention   ib  paid   to 'the   reception  ?1�����h "th t0 U,C ^i? a"d "*tau��nt gow;;Pu  whichffi, -^ ".r0 ��rt,b,t��"�� '����">' diflerent m -dels  Vnl t ��� 5* w,tjlf\ut. exception,are extremely attractive  .Novelty is demanded in* the genera! style as well as jn the  combinations of color and material, and fortunately novelty  tr��?rV1H,,n'e,ln' ".S H l?��, *fton d0,,h' ��*��*tr.oity. On thecol  heSoforVdM^"18 ^ 'r "3��r<- �������*'����" than a'ny  ;���wU���"l"[1thV"!"lt<:!J features oi the th'eatre and restaurant  gown is  tbo fur and  velvet  trimmings  used   with' lace aud  There       narrow width, and the wide baud doe.s not cut'the line.-, ot  the figure if put on properly and if it is narrower than the  upper part ofitUe bkirt. This is not to recommend thc exaggeratedly tied in skirt, which could never be made becoming,  only to indicate how the fashion can be earned out in such  a modified degree as to insure its popularity for a time and to  mark a eontra'st to tin* plain straight sivirt of last winter  [iii-* Ewiif-hiMin I,ut* tlnnnawmnnjur  fL bn',ii(.i htm, and flniw, forth his  L, mi tuhaeco poxcl'. CA look opdis-  W uvi-"-!H"ca<l his- fealtnes, as ho.re-  lirM wdl*.: '       '' ' '.'    '  .ifhivc uo tobiu*��ol'i. "> ^  IfaDih- reached over to'the majcl^ and  "it. mi'li. >e'H Wneis^ the match."'  but buddenly they have been restored to favor and now tiim-  mod_ with fur. preferably sable or ermine, are destined to  receive universal approval. White lace combined with  chiffon or net and trimmed with hands of ermine is smart and  effective, while, voile dc^soie embroidered with silk and also  with bands of ermine ia loost becoming.  The fashion for short-skirts continues to be decreed, and  even the most expensive materials are'made in this style but  tuat the fashion will last is not to he too strongly iclieil upon.  Dressmakers have reached a mervelous prolicieucv in their ait  vvhen they cau turn out nhort Hkirtcd gownt-. made on .such  ehaitning line*, hh are to be seen to-duj, but lho smartest  short skirt ever made lacks (he graru and charm ��f one that  has a. train, even.though it be merely a short oue.       '    ���  Plounced skirts of lace -ind chtrfoti'are on'tbe old pic-lure  order, with a narrow edge, of ermine headiiu' each ilonnce,  and the'long coat ih edgcul with ermine to uititcli'.    The body  FATTENED GIEL .WITH HER OWN FAT  SIX  monthb ago," says a  despatch  from  Uc-ilm,  I'rufonsur  Hollander, St.IX, introduced to a circle of medical men  ' a girl   with a  death head���'the most awful  c,\.inijile of  thai lorm of degeneration ev.-r seen  in  this century   There  was absolutely  jio flesh oi  tat ou the  bones of the face or  the upper part ot thc body, nol a half ounce, it was attested.  The unhappy gitl loohed like .i manikin used,in thc medical j  college to teach the play ot the muscles���but only down to '  her hips.   Prom, the hiph to the toes she was normally formed  The .lea-th head girl,' it vv.ib shown, was a chorus huh and i  originally sin; h'ul been engaged for her, beauty of fa.e and  figure. One djy her father was killed iu a street .uciueiit  and thc gnl suffered a feaifpl shock when the bleeding body  was, brought to lhe house. ,J-"roin that moment, ou her ik'nli  began, to waste until finally it was all gone above the.hips  Of course, she lost hei job. The procesb of, wasting was  complete iu   bix  year*-.  Further .investigation showed that the girl wav not ill  during any period W thai lime. There was no such or simi  lar iliucsH in the fanul) and several, bisters were evceodingK  well developed girls.  a The physicians defined flinT in 'this case, the mtroduc-  tioujsof parahiie' under her nkiu would do uo good, though  jauch ,is'kno,vsu lo produce fine necks and bosoma sometimes.  The professor then decided tn uy. thc. fat thecirl still retained in her lower body id build up her upper parts. ' There was  Huflicii:nt animal l.u* below the hips for the-purpose. This was  evtractei). mixed with butter anil olive,oil aiid. ipje<te,d where  .    The curt: lasted six mouths. .    .'  ��� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������  ��� A.  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  BAKING POWDER  Does not coniain Alum  it ,w0ujd do the most good  /'The dPiilh held jjirl," wbc;'i recently #he was reintro-  ducf-.l to the .'iieduMl men that had been het before, was a  death head girl mi longer. Wbtlo not .phiui'p, by any means-,  she it* now so presentable thai uhe was agrti'n engaged  as a  ���������������^���������^^^^^������^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^.^.^^^  Clean Stomach', Clear ' Mind -- The  stomai h is the' workshop of th<- vital  functions and when it get^ out of order  the whole- system clogs in sympathy.  The spirits flag, tne mirnj' iliuops and  wol-k becomes impossible. The fir^t  care "-hould be to resfore lu-ilthful-ac  tion of the stomach and''the best- preparation for that purpos(i'is Parmelce 's  Vegetable Pills. Ocncral use for^years  has won ihem a leading phtce in niedi-  ciue. .\ trial will attest then value.  i,  IH PAIN.FOR YEARS  ���FBIIIT-MIVES"- BRINGS RELIEF '���  MRS. FRANK EATON '   ,  I'' Trartville, Out., Sept. 27, 1909. ,  "I raced for,ycars from headaches  Iicilpaia ia the! back, andul * consulted'  DJKfosard look' every remedy "obtkin-  Iiblsmibijut any relief.' Then I began  Itibsg "rrt'.tt-a-lives'J, the famons fruit  IpwUbUtfj1 and this was-the onlv  ILdkiiir th-it e\ cr did mc any real,good,  II loot ��cvrr-?l boxes' altogether,-, and  linrlSn: tnlircly 'well of nil my dread-  plb'a.i.ic'irs and backaches".   ' ,  (Si:t.��T) MRS. PRANK EATON.  I jKabo*;, 6 for^2.50 or trial box, 25c  [lli'tj'.ers'w from I-'ruit-a-tiyes LituitedJ  ���SUna. , 1'  is not only the biggest can  for the money, but by far  Uie , b��,t preparation " for  polishing ^ stoves, pipes,  grates ancTiromvprk. Not '  a messy liquid or powder,  or cake which inust be  scraped, but a large can of  'oiiJer-working paste.   ,  ..��/ yntIr Jcaler does not carry  Bhcli Knight" Stove Polish in  s-tc'v send us hisvname aud 10c,  wuwewill send a full size tin  b7 tetttrn mail. .  TH�� F, F. DAUEY CO, UMITED,  HA1HLT0N. ONT. 31  I.Vil,  ers o/thrjamous "j ,H ,<��� Shoe fb/ah.  PSORBPNEJR:  The ono romedy thnt positively cures  VARICOSE VEINS  . and other diseases affecting Ihe veins.  1  oil i.s. or ns I'oi.ti *,<., si,rini.-nrm,  I' A lis','. 1 ,���V Z,*0 ;�� oiieritlou.   lio PrilciTC.1  1*1     - ""I -i*. idiirii or tl.e Ir.inblo.   Al lid.  ��� -   L      '  "   ii'(lir Ltloii; poutlTt'ltr  Inrnilos.  ' n-, luhinr\ Vnrleoc'lii, Jly'lroielo,  ii'" r  lioolil'iindipBtlnioiilnUliiv.  liottli. nl iln.nnii.tl or (lilli-ind.  I'i '"I '���',",-  ���J!!-"|'*M-  ,  '^iv-i. 1  :r.".h,.lT' �����  F.,210 Templo St., Springfield, Mass.  ''/j. 'I11nl1-.nl, limnillnii AlT'cl..  , ���"������I.M    I,.    k,,h.. -���,", ��nnn,.,n,l    *���-*�������  'Slllll.,,   ,"V;,',N   1101,1.4 Hl.SSF ll>, V*  7 WIltMi.," ,V   ,*���"''|tClI. <0., Hl..nl|���.  "��11*0*.  I1IIOS. IO- 1.1.1 . v.n.,.���..,.  illnnlpriri  ���--���-���.    -.ill*��{ A C��|.  IUI0.S. IO., U.U V.nc��u..ir.  mMy,  1A  v��res SPrni��a Tendons  c��Ua��* and Saddle Galls  . *��-����nllo'h�� xn., Wlnnlpee.'  '"��������. October lllh. 1S0��.  t'��d��n m���, /   7OUT Rp"ln Cure on * Sprunr  '��.dS��d4I,C^u.:.   ;     J.lLIUiUitt....  9d  Spavin Cure  "^w of din Sf*yiac��� t���� ttt����nr ��"*t  "j'cm.yj"^'* ",r aont �����i*  ��n ���*�� iC'iSr? oMn ���"" t- dcpw-dM  ^SpXZZE: *i��tum*'Ca*"  ������� yXf" h"J " MOT d��dc^ p*^pT  KINO   MANUEL  $100.00  IlSi CASH  AND NUMBERS OF VALUABLE  PREMIUMS  AWAY FRI  Read Carefully if You Wish to Earn Part of the Above Amount.  ��� v ��   . 1  of the- gown, coat and skirt is of tho "chiffon or-voile de soie,  while, the flounces aro of tuco or in ho mo instances* tho entire  gown is of lacovand tbo flounces are edged with plantings of  hue. net., v .he'ermine bands, iu contrast with", the lace and  uetj.show, up most_ effectively, but if a btill^carei contrast  is desired sablo or sealskin is substituted for the ermine.  ThiKfasbion. of weiring, low cut jfowub at'the restaurant  aud theatre/is universally accepted a�� eoi reel,* but .there are  many-conservative, individuals who still prefer thc gowns  with the transparent yoke and collar.'' There is no difference  in the material nor indeed ih the general style, only that in  place of ,tho low neck and short'sleeves, exaggeratedly short,  there' is the transparent act or finest lace covering for neck  and arms. Lacoi and, satin, voile de soie and satin finis,hed  cloth���ait these and other materials as well are used in the  tnnatie gown, while it is a question to bo decided by the  individual whether thero shall be a lot of elaborate,trimming  or merely plain draped  folds. ' '   1  Thc woman who does not know the dross of tho present  day cannot understand why such high priceb are Often,asked  for the gown of Bilk or latin which has little or no trimming  but which owes its charm and style entirely to its beauty ol  line and to some elusive quality of individuality. When there  are bands of embroidery or emoroidered tunics and overslurts  rhen it is- not difficult to ieali7c why thc cost 13 sa great, but  these severely plain gowna arc hard to understand until the  beauty of hue is re:.!'.?ed. .lust at the moment it must be  admitted that beauty of line is not so evident as usual, but  thu best dressnukorri, fhe artists in their^profesMon, fefie-o to  hc daunted by the models that are so pronounced and eccentric and so entirely at viriance with good tas'u^and iiicceed  111 tinning out. pmart, becoming and graceful gowas tha't beai  lhe hallmark of the latest design, without a single blemis-h of  foo fcant a skirt, too hijjh .1 waistband or too laiish an  amount ol trimmiug . (    .  Thc velvet gowns thu- winter are to be extremely smart  and nCfjginai. 'ihe smartest aie remarkably simple in design,  rather on thu order of tho'-o worn tor the last few Seasons by  very joung girls. The skill is short enough" to clear the  "rouhil, gathered into the waist hand and with broad band  uound tiie lower part of tho skiit. The waist, with some  little fulness, is jomed to tjie skirt under a cording or'piping  Of velvet. A silk or satin belt with long -iash ends and a  wide lace collar and caff* completes the only trimming. Tn  lcscriptic.11 it may seem as though :1 gathered velvet skirt  would be clumsy and unbecomug to the figuie," but be it  remembered that the skirt, while not scant, i-. cut ho narrow  that their is not ��tich a ioi of material to be made way  With around tho.waist, and the lines of the skirt, being quite  stiaight up and down, give an effect of slciidernoso that  makes even a stout person look Veil. F.i��esmiting aro the  new colors in velv.'t, in blue, purple, dust brown, gteen and  red, and not only in chifl'uii velvet, but 111 tho best qualities  of velveteen and corduroy. Th'il a veUet gown -hould be  included in tlio winter outfit, is qu-'o evident i-'rorti an  economical standpoint there i* nothing more practical, for the  cown 111 .itself !����� appiopruto for reception o>- theatre, ami  with coat to match is the *--narto*��l ot street costumes.  downs for afternoon nnd evoiihicr m l.li* of silk cloth���  mranit'i' the ��oft limsh which 1*1 so bivomi"i; and effective���  ���ire this'season ina.lo no most elaborately. It i" not the s-iu><*  nihility as is used for the iticut costume. 11 lwhier iu weight  ind is at'r-i.'tivn combined with *alin or velvet <"a��lriu*re  do Bine or Mlk ciahmero is the mo't fashionable of all, and in  ���111 odd shade of gieen. Nattier blue and .1 dull wood color  is in cre-it demand. Then black is made up in most elTectiw-  fashion  combined  with ecru  or ctenm  lace,  while it   a light  ire   lighter   shades   .if   the   colors  of   the  mnn\   .luVeren!   tones  of  IT would bo difficult 10 lind'.-iuiong the  crowned' heads   01   history  a   more  rpathet.c   figure    than    .Manuel    IF.,  ���'King ot Portugal and the Algarves."  lhe world has 11,01 forgotten in what  tragur cir< umstances the young Infinite  Manuel, Duke m Be.1,'1, aicen'ded the  throne;"how; on tlfaf fateful Pebruary  lst, Iflii**., he miraculo'isly"esciped death  and sAlw lu�� father, King ('alios, anil  his eldei brother assassinated in an open  carnage. lie, was hi'msejf wounded,  and he had hi- arm in 'a filing when, a  few ,ln%s- iater; he pionounced his11 first  Spvcc'i from the Throne, a spcei li y.hieh  tor ii time nt1 least won tin* heart of  every Portuguese:   '- -    ",<,   I .  "1 invoke my father's'feriible mar  tyrdom at the, first, meeting of the  Crown and I'arliameut as a Mgn of  iilliaiici. which *-Vi'fjuld i.illy all Jo tho  cause,.ot 'peace and prngiess of our  nation. This deed, 'the like of which  has'nevpr' been seen, has brought-me  to the throne for the accomplishment  of a dynastic und,-> nation.*] July. ��  place ,'my faith. in~ <!dd and \ov, the  repieseutatives ,of jthe nation, that with  your help T may iuliil this mission  well."'       -   ** *        .*.   . "  Extraordinary stories, werd' fold at  this,time about this viiungust of 'European nilers.. 'They made a "superman"  of him, us one whon woik-'d twenty  hours out of the twenty.��oui? discu*-s-  ing*. with the maturity oi "thought of  a Put, a Disraeli, or a Bisiriarek, ailaiis  of state, and * asouming w ith ease and  perfect CQiifidei|c.; the greatest- of re-  spotipibilities, in a eiiuntry wIictc tbe  political situation was���anil remains���  admittedly ,more difficult and complex'  than m any''other European country. ,  ' Thnt King Jiianuel is unusually gifted  in many ways has been evident to all  who have had, the privilege" of approaching him.' He. w'i'-hed tb ,be a  sailor before the tragic events occurred  which brought him Ho the throne, and  he threw' himself, into the study of  mathematics and1- naval construction  with "great energy and thoroughness.  He "worked, with great enthusiasm in  order to .enter, as a simple midshipman,  the "naval'college, and iwhen at "Villa  Vicosa lie begged .his mother to allow  him/ 'to. return -sooner to Lisbon that  he might continue his'mathematics ai.d  not be behindhand with lu=. schoolfellows. This request was jnade on the  *.  cause m CURE  OF RHEUMATISM  Herewith wtli he  found   (ie   pictuie of  a  Chinaman a)*o tbe faces  n   .  of     wen (    girls.     Can  i vow And the ��irlaf faces?  Try Tit )s no easy task, hot  by patience and perseverance you can probably find  four or five faces. Mart  tiie ones you find with au  X. Cut out thc picture and  return H to u* at oucc. It  aieans money to you to do  so.  To the perpon. who ftndfl  the larjpSbt number of hiO-  dcit'faces we well give the  -sum of Tony Dollars  t&ooo-) in Cash. To the  person wjio iiads thc scc-  and lar^wt number we  will give th^sura of Thirty  Dollars (fjooo>s in Cash.  To the person who firds  the third largest namlw  we will jn\e the sun* of  Twenty Itollars {po ooS in  a   ^  U  Cuh. To Che perncm who  finds tbe fourth Urges*  /number we will give the ���  mxm of Ten Dollars f J 10.00) <  {a Cash. Should two per-  honi sand jn equally correct answers for the first  prt/e^the fir^t two prirea  will be ef|uallydrvidcdbe-  kwecn t hem .each recravin(f  the suuuof Thirty-fiTr VoU  lam (J35.00). Should three  persons scud In equally  correct answers, the fipwt  three -prtzei wii L be equal ly  divided between them,  each rccciviug-tbe sum nf  Thirty Dollars'a (30.00).  Should four persons'peud  in equally correct' an*-  wrrst the whole wm of'  One 17Ir.ndred I>jll��rs  (Jicooo) will be eqnally  divided tictween them,  each receiving Twenty-  five pollars ($35-00). A.nd  so on iu like proportions  ra  ' t   J!^"!  \ We i?j��iti" exactly -what'we. say.   Do notdelay, yon may not Me this adyertlscirieiit (tsaln,  S There is onlj- one simple condition attached lo our Com petition. *��� Wlien -we receive your re-  ., pl\ w c will write you'explajtmiff what this si .njile condition is.   If jou can find A KY of the  LuMtn faces write lod-iy, marie tl.e faces, cut out the picture and uciidlt to U3 at once.  %\ rue jour u*imc a.S.1 address very plainly. ,    , fl      . '  I Address, GOOD HOPE REMEDY CO., Dopt 1��~     .MONTREAL, P.  > jJtW.1  '   .1 Ji*"' B  aulcUly flitopa .coutjhs*   cnrti colda,   h��ols  occasion of tlio visit to Villa "Vieo.sa of  the l^uke oC the Abru&zi, and the jourig  Infante lomarked tp the Queen that  when hc became a naval officer be  would hkq p'eoplc to wiy of him all that  is i.Ud oi''tl.e Duke and of his service.-,  to, science. ..        ,i ' t  The boy would nsc early in thc morning and atudy Plato and" Greek philo'  sopby 111 those days before* ho went to  breakfast in his mother's apartments.  Host" of the day -was taken *,ip.infstudy-  ing, and in the evenings,he -would, devote his time to music or drawing.  Like', 'his grandfather, Louis I. of 'Portugal, Manuel is fond of",music,; and  plays tbe^ piano quite remarkably. Prom  hia. great-grandfather, King .Ferdinand  IT., he h.is inherited^ a love for works  of art, especially- ia sculpture and'pain t-  iDff- ,, '.    .  Physically he is lesi a Brnganzti than  was his ili-fatedxtbrother. "He r-ither  shows' tho blood of the houses of Orleans and Savoy His 'devoted mother,  Queen  Amelia, was born a Princess o*-  The transition from .winter's cold td  sumuifi's heat frequently put5! a strain  upon 'he ��ystetn that produces internal  complications, always painful and often,  sei ion* A eommov form of disorder ii  dysentery, to which many, are prone in  the spring and summer. The *. ery best  medicine to use in.subduing this,painful  ailment in Or. J, D.'Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial. It is a standard remedy,' sold.  cvervTvhore. , ,  'and "alarms constant. Ominous signs  of trouble for the country, havo for  the past two yea^s been " contlnually  prc-cnt 10 tl.e young monarch, but,  with the brave optimism,which attaches '  to youth, hc took little'hced.' Ho was  told . repcatcilly, that Army., and^ Navy  ouicers were' among the. rjink*} of the.  repiiblieans-,^~ho would not listen. A  J ear   or   sq, ago,   during  an   important  dinner ut the royal 'palace, at which he"  vt ... ... .   -^  I"  -4 I   1-  color   is   preferred   there   ���  11 ready   m.*nlioii''d   or  one .  white      The   ovtlcr   white,   which   li'is   tin*   gr.iM-.li   tone,  is  M>rv  smart, aud  this  i" embroidered   iu  gr.iy.  and  also  has  tirtirhei of blnrlc to give the io popul ir note of contrast     A  hecoiMU"* shade of pinki-di mauve is somoiimcs u**ed in prefer  ence to black, but the lattei   is reiillv  sm.iiter, and this ma  -oason   when   bl.ick    and    white    effects    are    tremendously  piipul.ir.  !!fe"eC oV^'stjitii'iirv'"tho   result   is  most   ludicrous ,.  will,'there  must'bo -x porf.-cl fitting, I .i.ni.V and the  lining  muat y boned 'most   carcfhlly;   over (this   the   nmterinl   is  chorus   girl,  cohtumc*-.  THE REMEDY  hc s.ud.  S,J  ���I   ti,,, luitlnni   of. the  skirt   is  to  romuin  band  aroum     |h'1(^"bll(.  it;s  wi(1|h   is  dependent  "*'��� '   to each individual,     it may  '  Tin  in ' fashion   for  ;i  w  entirely -upon what  bo so wide as to hull" cover 1  '.becomifK.  shirt or it may be so narrow  .em  so effective '.s the  ,,��� ..n .... ...... - -,       r ,���,���,.    oddly enough, two  banSs^^-^^'-'^ve �� U,e one even if only of  a*, ho stalked  into the .leigyuian's study,  *   \o.i .iu- the man   who lied lho h'.ut.  I   believe-?"  L'l beg vour p.udou?3' slid the cleigj man, looking up  from  his senium.  "Vou perfoinicd (hi* marii.ige cerei'io'iv hr me, didn't  you .'"  " Ve-, certainly. Mi    Millings.    What, in iv   I ask "  "Then vou  Unoiv  vvliut   lhe  ri'jhts ��i   i  hiishaud are?''  "Why,  ves,  in   a  gei.ei.ii   w.iv.'' ,  "And  the rights ot   a  wile?"  "Ol" i ourse. "  '���Well, now -ir," slid (he e.illor. di '\v ng a chair up to  the clergv man '- di -1. i net t.il.mg .1 sent, "hi- .1 vv i fo .1 ltcenee  to toituu* n hush ind " '  '    ' ' t..ul ti.llily   lint- ', ������,,.��� :.,..'  ' "If . she ��� makes   his   lite 'miserable,   he   has'   redress,   of  course?','   ' '., '.'���'....' .'..yy,..y;  "Vesi.  lint .1  should  ail vise������-" y.       .-.'.,.  ".Never mind ybur advice,iuiw.- -We'll eoihe to that biter.  Afy wife  complains that!I don't  shave often  enough.".  "Oh, that's a  small .matter,"���"  ' "Is it, sir? Is it? Just wait!, I (old her that that was  my affair, anil then she talight the children to cry when' I  .hissed them, so. that she . co.tilil say,(hat my rough, chin hurt  them."    A ������.!*':.���'���     ,'      ,-.'..���'  ."That'hardly showed a Christian-���''"  " Wait a'minute! yesterday morning I round them playing  with  the, cylinder' of a  broken  inusicbox.     Vou   know what  that seems to the touch?"'  (Vrtainly."  .  "We'll, she'd taught them to call it "Papa's chin.' "  "Really, sir, I must* admit������"  " wait till I'm finished.; To-day one of them got up on  my knee,, passed-, his hand over my chin and called it 'Papa's  miisie-lio.*-'.' -Now, sir, T ask of yon as a Christian man, and  as the  man who tied the  knot, what, shall I do?": ���  "Oct shaved,"' replied the clergyman, softly, as he returned to his work.  Duo    to    Impurities    in    the    Blood���  1   Cuie-d   by   Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills  The most noticc.blo and immediate  result of iheamattsm, is ���>, marked  thinning of the blond, ntid in no disease dilei it develop more rapidly.  JSofc only does the blond, become weak  but. it is soon filled with impurities,  whicn the dilleruit organs of tlu body  have been unable 'to ^t'lrow off. Ouvi  ot the most harmful of these uupuri  ties is uric acid winch is lormed irom  tlie waste products ot tlie body, i.i  health it is leadily passed oil by tho  kulupvo with the help ot oxygen from  thc* . red corpuscles ot the b'Oud.  Without oxygen the kidney- arc unable to rid the svieiu ot tins acid and  it is retained in thc blood :nld distributed to all parts of the body. The  weak back, paint aeioss the kidneys  and thin, scanty, highly colored secretions which lnllov*,, show that the acid  ib already in the blood and often It. ids  the -s-nfiere'r 1o think ne has kidney  tronblf*. I; the disease is not driven  out ot the blood, ihcnmjtism c.iu never  be i.ure.1, and the s.itl'eror will ahvajs.  be subject to attacks, whenever exposed to damp or cold. With each  returning attack the pain becomes more  seven* t.nd - nnipln.it ions often arise  making neccs-aiv the use of habit forming 4Iugs to lelieve pain  J t ,is readily -\en that the only way  to cuie riieuiiiatism is through tlie  biood. Dr. Williams' pink Pills, afford  such a -tie.itui'.'it as they contain all  the clemei.ls iieies-.uv to muld up and  purifv the blued. 1 lie v incrCi-e its  oxygen c.myii'g c,ip;iiiry, eii.ibliiuj the  kidneys to jliss the uric acid from the  body and the other organs to do their  work. Thui rheiim.itis.il is reached at  it�� loot ind ji.'ieianently cured l>r  Williams' I'nik Pill- lire absolutely free  fiom all h ilnt terming drug-, and are  not an expci 11 lent as the following  case will shim *'.\li. W Stxullej Lewis,  1'il.Jt .Mound, Man , -:i\s- "I am a liim  bchovei 111 Dr. Wuhanis1 Pink Pillu,  and ulw.ivs keep -oine bv me 111 ease  of    need A    lew    ve.ns    ,-ig.i    while  leaeliJiig sLhmil I surtiMed so much with  rheumatism'in tin .I'm- tud shoulders  that I had the 'gieitesi difticulty in  vyriting on the blackboaid. and after  Irving a iiunibc nt leuu.lies without  benefit, 1 '.*. is .Un est in dc-pair, nml  loll uiclii'i'il to abn'don (caching. Put  one d.n, I happened to pick up ono of  Dr. Williams' almanacs, and read ,01  the. cure iif a .number of severe cases  of rheumatism through.'the..use of Dr.  Williams' Pink. Pills." This ''decided' me  tn give the, 'Pillq a trial, aud I had only  taken them a few. weeks -.when 1. felt  much better. In the course of a few-  weeks- more the'pains and stiffness had  all left ine, and I had no more difficulty in doing -my work. X. cannot suy  eiioiigh iu praise of Dr. Williams''Pink  I'iiX for flicv anil they alone, .cured  me  of  my rheuniat ism.'' '  Sold by .all medicine dealers.'or by  mail at.Cib cents a box. or six boxes f<ir.  $2.50 from ,t he l>r. WiJIiams Jl'edicin'o  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  vas present, together with Quefjn Ame-  i.-i, his inollicrr and tho Duke of "Oporto,  brother of the lite King and heir to the-  throne,   and   a' number   of   dignitaries  and   diplomatJ.  an  officer' of   the royal  household abruptly arose and   declared  tint   hi-  IMnjostj 's youth  so  appealed  fo lua pity that he wished to warn him ,  of an impending disaster: spies and trai  Orleans    and   i.-,   .1   granddaughter    of   lo��, were in the palace and a srent, con  JCinp Ijouii Philippe ofi Piance. lie  ha- iier eyes nnd brow, but his square  chin and mobile ^curving lijii- arc uu-  misit'l-ably iho-c which characterise  the House of Savo.y. llanuel II. i- a  great grand-on ot Victor Hmmanuel,  "11 Ee Galauluomo," the creator of  United Italy.  The beginning of the .loung monarch's rci^n was promising "When he  diove from the uVccajsidadi'S Palace to  che Cortes, in order to 0p1.11 Parliament  ���which had t.o' met since thc inauguration of* an j!'!-advised' dictatorship���  tlowers weie showered, fiom the win  ilowf and . enthusiastic acclamation*;  raided as the youthful, and handsome  sovereign pj��sed. He Lset to work in  earnest, fi.lly icali'-ing h'= responsibilities and thc importance of his otik-ia!  <!utk*s. Per four li^ours evety dav he  gave audiences, aud daily he reecnod  ��� I u; or several of'the Cabinet Ministers  Tho*5e who saw- him Ijoth betore and  after his accession to the throne weie  all agreed a- to thc remarkable change  in his attitude and turn of mind. In  fact, ho appeared-much older than bis  vears, and acted like a man of mature  age. In order to (it himself for his  now duties hn found time to go through  .1 lci'ilnr and diliienlt course of sfllt|y-  in legislation una politic-il economy.  King Manuel has an admittedly n"r-  votis temperament, but that he i. en  dowed with grc it courage ami ine-'-tR.'*  of mind his been ropeitctllv -hew-1.  One nnv safely assort that no monarch  ever entered u|)0n his task under mote  il.flicult, ami cvrii threatening, circum  stir.ce-i. Only a few davs after his  .U'ce-sion to the throne he was warned  tIi it 'he danger "surrounding he* position  would be greatly increased unh-s < er  tun refoi ins were n-suinted. nml tli i*1  his throne "was resting on the remain1'  of a great conll.tgiation, the embers ol*  which still existed, -u that the -lightest  fanning would inevitably ciu-e .mother  catastrophe.  Pnrej-t  hb been endemic in  Poring 1!  Twr DraBRrtiM *VVII1 Tell Yo*  Murine Bye Remedy Relieves Sore Kyaa,  Strengthens Weak Eyea Doesn't Smart.  Soothea Eye PiUn, and Sells i<ar SOc Trj  Murine In Tour Eyea and m at��Jt>jr"��  Eyes  tor Scaly Etyebda  and d ...-���witioo  spuaey was .hoing' hatcliej to brinj^  about t"he King's rlownfall. Still ^fan-  uel paid no heed. Courage and 'fear-  les'sness, indeed, is part of ro.\al training; it inav oven bo said to be inherent.,  in royal blood.  .lii-t as he is fcirle��s Manuel If. is  untiring ... tow months ago, when ho  >\.is uiged to entrust some, of the m-it-  ter^; of secondary interest���such -is the  "K'jik--iI of newspapers which might bis  avoided by a ^ brief daily report���to  others a* iattgue was only too \ mble  in his fea'ure*-.. tho young Kirg shrugged hp -ho'iLlers and gently leplicd,  "While T h-ive life and strength lofr.  to me I will lead theirt myself. Ono  of my chief dut.es as King is to have  perfect knowledge of the condition of  public ��� opinion in all matters day by  diy, and that T can only obtain directly  from the now^najers." *- - .'  Pnglaud had an occasion to see the  young King in Novon>b'*r list, when hi*  paid -i visit to the'late King Pdw-.vrd  and wns welcomed umid grrat eitthusi  I'm. His ple;i��ant and almost boyish  smile, expressive of ere at kindness and  good temper., together with the charming o\tiress,oti ot his deep bronu eves,  won the hearts of all. Whatever may  be the fital fato of King M-imiel, no  une will ever be e*itHied to deny that,  his i.'ei of' sovereignty was high and  his fortitude and energy -worth', of ,id-  I'iiratioii.  ���Y-sS|  1 ��  A,  SwPrerl.ind receives nenrlv *? .0.000.-  00o per .luiiuin f 1 )iti its \ i-il r.i - while  twice* thit iniGunt is spc-it n\{.\y year  in  Italy.  Uie it P.nliin c.vsumes 1_,ono,i"IO(>  hinulreilweight uf neat a ir-i' or 1'J'J  lbs. pi r heid of the pnpulitii" Of  this ."it  por cent,  is produc-d    it  home.  ��� I   i l.tfI I  il H^i  r \  , '! f  1  1  '5,  1  * 1  i  'iv-i  '.I  Tho Oi! for tho Farmer.���\ bottle ot"  Or, Tho'iiis' l-lcloctric (hi in the I irui  house will -iv.- 111 my a joun t*v lor the  doctor. It is 1 ot only good for the chil  iir.-n v.hi'n (..ken with colds aid croup,  and for tiie 111.1t.1re who hu-'Vi Irom  puns mil .-ulie-, but there are diret  (inns for its use on su-k c 11 tie There  -hinil.1 .fhv.iv- be a buttle of it 111 ih<-  house.  quickly slops  colliihi.  lho throat and tunds  cures colds, heul.v  25 cent-*.  X: ,J-  1     1 t  11 -6 w  *A  i  ��������� v  i  1 'j  it  .  1, ,  - ���i��  Ll  ' ,- k  ' I, r  -A.^i"' * v**,,v  **S   t I' .(*-     -  f i*      , |i'h v      '  7  '   "  I'-i  |;   i/  '-v*',  ' i '  VIA.* ,'-  , ---ft' *,?���  i r. .n* ., n ������' i.  ��-&"...���  ;*���*  is1' ^  BB-;'  wiri.iiHwiii'ti-JiK'nri-irtiB.iiiwiht.iiif in x rnirrmrntnrn  THE LEADER, MOYTE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  1��7*lJ  MMj-ta, vaaPomsteBCM  THE "I0IIE LBADi.  Published in tbe interest of the people.  of-M<iyie and EastKooteiiay.  P.  J.  s:\iY-rii  . iP'JHLlSHSIl.  ;  yjy:  ���^eNlONUf  "s-Ji  ^i^_^  i  ^/)LAbi:L>                             '  i-.*yx  KVTK    C^    HUIlSCBIIiriOJ!  iouiday,- irKoaMBJun. o, 1010.  THE ZtNC PROBLEM  JMinifflg- men arc pretty .well  agreed that the one  liope  for  , thcV.hic industry is th'e fcstab-  lishment_ within "'the province  itself of spelter works', even if  1 it should" become- necessary to  invoke the aid of the 'provincial goverrniie,iit tb bring this  < about; -\The tariff iniposed'on  i i  -ores exported, to thc ��� United  ��� vStates' smelters is an immense  AkViidicap. and tlid're is a strong  Heeling in-the mining sections  . that where sutjli-'tariffs are put  on Canadian products by our  "'bcisfhbors to-thc south,. Can:  ;. ada'-.- should ".reciprocate the  ..compliment'b}-" placing similar  *��� "prohibitive . duties r on 'sijcli  ' .staple imports from tliG United'  ' States asjv-ill compel ���A'meri-  . can niauiJEf&c hirers to, call off  j .their" ta'riff,dogs or have thcir  't trade witli' Canada' put on the  ^prohibitive '* list.       Certainly,  '*��� ,     ���<- r i '   '  "when we look -at the   studied  . ���  '   '      5,  "*ni aimer iu which thc   Aincn-  ,i . i - .*  ~cau tariff lias been  devised  to'  -operate . prejudicially l against  '   i  / -,-    y  ^���Canadian   exporters, or   lead;  Aand zinc"bres'we don't wonder  A.   ���     " r " l '   ,'     ' '< .-   .      ���  .   .at'J ,suq1i��* ^"sentiment,-r being  ~ Vabroad in the' land," but  tliat  ���* *  rdoes 'liot   help   to   solve - the  1 '-problem meantime.      As  the.  ' ^Consolidated      Mining'     and'  Smelting- Company have built  >.up the lead refinery 'and manufacturing industry at Trail; so  '-must   thc   zinc    problem   be  '.dealt with   'at   home,, *-and 'a  *Tuarket'establishcd within  the  province itself.���B.   C Mining and Engineering Recbrd.  . i        . .     - ~:  Funny thing about the  coal  this wiiiter���so dark   and  yet  '.so light.  ',  We don't have au   aviation  meet'-evcry*-day,   but  we   can  V  ���watch prices rise   almost   any  lime. ' '  A dispatch says that 'the  state of Washington is badly  iii need of ' an inspector of  weeds'.' Wc trust this is no  , reflection on the manv brands  of cigars made in that state.  v  Theodore Roosevelt seems  to have dropped .out of the  "limelight. Seldom does his  'name now appear in thc public Jpress. Surely ''Teddy's'!  popularity is ou thc wane.  can well take ^'care of. < He  !?pJv * made statements about  the cifv that so far he seems  to bc-'uuable to, prove.' As  the-" Slocan Standard  puts ' it:  . t '  . Ifl;the wept a'liar iu the" pulpit'has the1 same standing'as a  liar out of the pulpit.-" The  general opinion is that Shearer 'is' an   old .nuisance   audi  a' ^ -     |  should remain in' the cast.  |  ���   '<   CHINOOKERS     ,-    |  vtf ' , *  .-!->3��3��:5?>d3)9)53d��aS39S��2i3eC��ee  l.-poLohniiin-Keviow.} >  -i * Honest John Oliver, thc-  \vell known leader of.the. Op-  'positipu in. the'last   Prcr/iucial  t elections, . was; recently held  up lie fir liis farm.1 at Delta.  Two .-.thugs pointed .guns  at  :   him, and. forced'him'to'  hand  over one   hundred  dollars in  cash, -aud a:gold' watch.      He  (lid1 not.have his  famous  map  ��� with him at -the., time-..:..  "The Rev. Dr. Shearer 1ms'  apparently y stirred v.p p.10rc  cvoublein jtVhniipucr tliuui' he  Women do^nse deceit, and  yet  rtll'woiuen'deceivo tliiiiiisetv^s. '  ilirfsolvitijj    thi"     sngjir    trust  ought to bt�� u.ipj'; turn ou' the hose.  Did you see tlie  sign?  ave  Is.-  LOOK! -  A sacrifice below cost.    Kid   bofjj* (ioll-i  refruhir,75can<l SLOO ' <���  it  a  l��t,le,  30c.  i And the lighter a man's head is  the highor lio id able* to carry it.  A hero is a man who docs disagreeable things from -a, souse of  duty. i'r    ,. ��� /  '���Iiow Chicago ldvo3 a 'grabber.  Even hor hogd are reincarnated  in sausage. ''   y  ��� Ji.,imat*. is known by the enemies  he niajces, but' let" liim . malcn  enough of   them   and., tliey   _\vili-  sliortly put'hiiii out of business. '���  y   . , i  , . i   ., '  "School Beporf ..  .I a "  The following are'the percentages of * attendance at ,the  Moyie school for November.  30 per cent-cut  ���  ON _     ,  Dressing Casee, 'Jlaiiieures, Atomisers,  1'iu Tr.ijs, Work Sets, Seiviiig Sets,  Toys,    Gaines,' Hooks, C-Orc?*.ed   Dolls,  ,   ,  Teddv Uears and I-ld'oratiou'*, at  ,i' . ,      j  Tlie MOYIE DEU.G &  STATIONERY STORE.1  A Poor' Weak Woman'    0M  As she is termed, will endure bravely and patiently  agonies which n otrong rnqn would give way under.  ,The fact is women are more patient thanll.cy ought  to be under such troubles,        '       '*     '     ,  Every woman ought to know that, she isny obtain,  tlie moot experienced   medical advice free of cfiarge  and in absolute confidence and   privacy by writing to  the World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V.  Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.    Dr. Pierce  has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids' ,  , Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for   *  j,    many years and has had a wider practical experience  *    in the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician is this ooontry.  ', His medicines arc world-famous for their astonishing efficacy.      ,  ., The most  perfect   remedy ever   devised   for, week and dsE��  cato women is Dr. IPierce'o Favorit�� Prescription. , x ���  IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,     - ";  '  ,    ,. ,' -,   ;     , S2CK WOMEN .WEIX; ,   'j>  TJie  fort  revised _ ,  ,     ' receipt of 50 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only.    Address as obovcw ^f  NOTICE' y    \ \ '  ���    -i ' '    "     ���,  ^  , - I\facEacheru & Macdonald f-will  be found in their oilice' during  business hours till Saturday, Dec.  17th at 10 p. m., after which , date  their partnership 'ywill be, dissolved. ,f t -' , - �������� -  All theu*' customers are kindly  requested to'settle their accounts  promptly, as after tlie 17th; all  unpaid account's, will be turned'  over  BUSINESS   LOCALS..  FOR. .RENT��� One of > the best  cottages in town at S]2a-month  Apply'to I*1. J. Smyth. ,     >;  ,-Mrs. L. Macdonald, North- Tavistock street, is prepared to, trim  and remodel huts, also, fur, and  velvet toques. ' ,y       ,       >  - "Miss I). M'. Scott, trained nurse  of Rathwell, Hospital, .Winnipeg,  is ready for, engagements of any  kind., i-Maternity a specialty.  Moyie,    v>,    ' .      ' ���   ��� *~  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  .   -vSecUon--49!,  >    i **'k,��.     - ���   ,      j    *  '  Notice is.hereby given'that, on  tlie 25th day' of December  nexc,  ajiplication will bo  mado  to' the  Superintendent of Provincial��� Po1  lice for tlie transfer of tlie licence  for tlie sale of liquor by, retail  in  and upon the premise?  known   as  ��� to an assignee for  collection.'j����" Tnternation'al'. ^otel,  ---ituate  " I at Moyie, Ij. C.,'1 from  Frances L.  Div. 1    ',  Div..2,    ,  Total  Kinlm't,   Attendance, -Perc'tge j  44 '    ' '   ,33.04 75^09 "  57 41.5 '   77.85  9S 74.54        '76.06  The following are the names of  those in each 'division .who have  made  perfect, attendance 'during  the month; '    #. '*  -J '  ... ' *  .     .  Division 1���Valley 'Bothamley,  Ilarry Crowe, "Bella'-.Crowe, .Wii-'  liam Carfra, C-covge Peroglia,.John  Peroglia, Kathleen' Horne, . Jeane  Marshall! Roy MacEachern,  Claude Reese, Nelson Smith."  Division 2���Jean,- Blackburn,  Charlie Bothamley, ,Alice 1-iren-  tou,-*' Hannah .Brenton, Jimmy  Campbell, James ��� Carfra, Harriet  Collin, Helen, Campbell, Gordon  Deagou, , Harry. Deagon. Victor  Desaulnier, Alma Desaulnier, Bert  Ewing, Dominic Feroglia,, Julia  Home, Douglas Horne, Ray -Lane,  Matthew Marshall, Mary McFarlane, Joe Mueller, George Smith,  Cecil Taylor, Patrick Therrieu..  g'. .UBUC.   -    a \j\:  . selection ot  g  "Joshua Simpkins" Coming  The humorous comedy drama,  "Joshua Simpkins," accompanied  by a fine band and an t excellent  orchestra, will be seen at1 Morley  hall Tuesday evening, December  13tli. It is a rural play in'four  acts, bound together by an interesting plot and produced with  special scenery carried by the  company, la the, thir.d act a  realistic sawmill scene is introduced, when a real buzz saw is  seen cutting through a *real log  at terrific speed upon whicii a  human beingthas been helplessly  bound by his enemies aud left to  an evident death.* There is an  abundance of comedy iu the play,  while thero are many fine hinging  and dancing specialties incidentally introduced. ,  5  Union Service Christmas  t  a  is to use o V,RYRlfi".rCota-;  logue. > You. get an immense  ~n ' Jewelry; Silverware,"  Q'   i   China, Glass; ~  1  [O ��� Leather Goods, '  JZ Stationery, Novelties,  3 ' '   etc.,  to choose from ��� nt a great  range of prices. We guarantee safe delivery���prepay all  postal or express charges���  and refund the money if desired, f"  Drop a postal card right now  for Catalogue L.  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  Diamond Merchants, Jewelers  and Sllvorsmlths  134-138 Y0HCE ST..  -     TOnOHTO  5  1  J AS. Ryrie,  President.  Harry Ryrie,  Sec.-Treas.  a  5  i  The"Royal Seal  cigar   has been-  before the smoking public for a  dozen years.   It is made in Nelson  aud    can   be   bought   in rnearly  every mountain town. .  WATER. NOTICE.  Tlie congregations of the Presbyterian and Methodist uhurcbi"-*  in Moyie will hold a union service  iu Morley hall on Christmas night.  There will be special music and  singing.  For Sale  Two second hand heating stoves  two .-step, ladders, office chair,  d-ask and stool. Apply to .Mac ���'  liachern'A- Macdonald.'  PIANO now at railway station  neat- here will be sacrificed for  ���B250.00 dish. Nover been used.  Lady uuableto keep ifc. Apply,  in first instance to Mrs.' Mungean,  2010   Columbia street, Vancouver.  METAL   MARKET/'  ar silver, 51 cts.  C13!3j   <)J  N'kw Your  Lead $1.50.  London--Lead,  Notice I** herely gh'ci\ that an application will be made under Pait V. ol  the "Water Act, 1909," to^obtain a licence in  the Cranbrook Water District.  (a.) The name, address and occupation of thc applicant, 1'ercy Thomas  Haywood, Kauchci, Kings-rate.  , (b.) The name, of the lake, stream  or source [if unnamed, tlie detiCiiptibn  is] spring on 15. boundary of pre-emption 1230.  (c.) The point of diversion: at the  spring.  (d ) The quantity of water applied  for [in cubic feet pur second] one.  (e.) The character ot thc proposed  works: da:u, flumes and ditches.  (f.) The premises on which the  water is to be used [describe same] preemption 1230 on the Kast bank of  lloun Riu-r about 3 miles South of  Curzon. , ' ...     V '  ,(g) The ..purpose ior which , the  water is to be used:- irrigation.  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be!,irrigated,'.giving  accragc: pre.-eiiiption 1230 about 160  acres. '.;���',- , ;���'     ,.."-,.  (j.).Area of Crown land iiitended  to be occupied,by .the proposed work.';:  none. ��� y '      .    ���  [k.] This notice wals posted in. T)e-  ceinbcr, 1910 and application Villi be  made to tl-.e Comm'jssior.'eroirtliL 17th  day of January, i.lpll.   .      -t  [1.] Give tiie names and addre.ssc.s  of any riparian projSrielors or licensees  who or whos lands are.likely to* be affected by the proposed works, either  above.or below the outlet: nope.  PKRCY T. HAYWOOD,  ���i-C.irt2Kji.-ite. 15. C.  Taylor, to M. J. Bonner of British  Columbia,   y        > ',-,'   '   ,   '  ^ Dated this^oth'day of November,-1910. A   /        'y  '���' '.X    ���   ' "  *', -.yFRANCE.SL. TAYLOR,      ���  ,, *.' y Holder of Licence.  "-- .MICHEAL J? B0NKE5K,  ,'    ���       Applicant for Transfer.  K.O'. O. F.  ..^-^yiX-i^fSXjiWillioy Iiodco No. 44.  ' Meets Tuesday evenings  in  the  Miner's' Union  hall.     Sojourning  0,dd Fellows cordially invited., '"  N."\V. BoitDETr/ ,    F.J.Smyth,  ',  Noble Grand. Socr'y-  bt. I��ue����e I.mlge No. a~  k. of p:  jreets every Thursday  McGregor  Visiting brethren welcome  ' Ar.iisuT.GiLi. - ' ,E. A. JIii.l.  Chancellor "Com! v XK. R'. ��� &.   S  Selkirk l.ii.lgc, rKo. ST.  --'a.j**: sp'a'.ii.-  Regular meetings  ,n tlio' first jWed-  ^ esday'/. of ' '.each  month. , '    '/  ^7isiriiig brqthVen weleomti..    "  -   Iii. Chapman, yf:fl.  ,N .\y. Burdett: Secretary *  Do you realize that your  health is your chief asset?  That your: nerve force is  your bank account?  You, can draw  on  it just   so many  L drafts of so much each���and    then' you i  are through for all time:    Nature lion  ors'iio over-drafts. ��� When ycur heal  deposit is   exhausted, 'you  are out cf  business.       . '  ��  <  tli i  HONEST .TREATMENT  . (     1 ... *.  A sure aijd permanent cure m all  diseases-  of  men-Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veing  Hydrocele,  Blood   and   Skin , Disorders  . Sores;   Ulcers,     Kidney,.   Bladder    and  Rectal disorders, and all   special   ailments com"  111011 to men. " ',' *  I. * '  ,   Best Anatomical 'Museum in the Northwest  'CONSULTATION #"REE  ]�� you cannot come to Spokane for free, consultation now*  write for our^free booklet,., < ,  ����� Dr. KELLEY'S MUSEUM    ���'  , 210, Howard St.' /      ,    ''  'SPOKANK, Wash,  I  w  * I>��9AUr.>'IKlC.    BKOS,    fopi.        '    ,  I.ursio  Btimplo   room^iin ��'connection  wilh'house for commercial men, Best  of aocomtnotiitlion. -      ?  -     ��� -   . ,     1. 1 '  lleudnuiirters for., Com-"  ' '    y.       -. -  -��� -      ,-  ,.'      inerciai'anjlMiniugMen.  Queens ave    .   , "'    ,        MOY TE  O F.'DESAULXJER  Moyie' Miners'' Union  wNo:7l   W; F.'pf M.  Meets inTMiuers'.'Uniou Hall ev-  'ery ' Saturday .evening. ' Sojou m  ing members are^ cordially invited  to attend.'     .,. " '    '      v    ,X ~  Joe  IiScLaren ,    '     James' Roberts  President.      "   ,     ,      Secretary  Harvey,'   Mc Carter  '&  ' ���   yA.,(   - ',   ���"*.*���   ��s      ��    <  ;,  ��� ;- 'r-Macdonaldl1,;���-���: ���'...  ���, Barristers, Soliciiore/NotarieB, Etc .  y ��� ,��� x       1      -     . .  ,  Cranhrobk.- -., -    B. O.  iBVY" YOUH  gars    . [;  Tobaccos  Fruit ahtf '  Confectionery  y'*   ' '   ''JB'ROM    ".*    '.  :,, --L. B. / Siewarf  "   PEOMTT DELIVERY.,,    t '  Q,ueens' Ave.      MOYIE,  SEND YOUH    WORK ' TO .'THE  '   ,'KOOTENAY' ' ';���  , ,,:STEAM/<-''C,'"-  ;,. XAUNDRY.;y���,(i;^"'  ,������ 'x "'nelV(5n     xJ X'  J  All White, Labor., -  ' Shamrock Creamer)- Cutter  '  " ' Shamrock Leaf Lard ��� '  i  -. . l    ���  r       " Shamrock Hams  '    ~   p      ''    and   '  J- r     . *" '  ,   Imperator Baccn    *  ,1- .      ,   -v.*-  ���For^salc by,all first'chh  grocers and' "  W. F, GURD,       x   0y  BAKKISTKU.'SOt.IClTOH, KTO.  CRANBROOK.   ' B. C  DK. F..E. MILES    .  Dentist,1  Cranbrook, ��s, C.  In this man's day there was  little chance for thc chap -who ,  started out iu life as'a workman with no special training. ' ,  He was foredoomed to woik  for' small wa^es until finally  disq-jalifod bv old ape^ Wilh  YOU if.:s different. If you are  not gfettiut; ahead as fast as you  should in your chosen occupation, the I. C. S. will help you.  A record of over 1(5 yeais of  remarkable success in training  thousands of ambitious wage-  4 earners for better positions a nd  increased earnings enables us  to state positively that we can  help you, uo matter how icant  your time, money, or education  may be. Don't neglect any  possible, chances for advancement. Send this coupon NOW.  .�����������������*���������*,���*���* + ������**��������'��  IMTERNATIOtlAl CORRESPOMtillCE SCHOOLS  Cox 7SD. SC��AKTOH. PA.  GEORGE C EGG,  Local Representative,  P. 0. SOX 30    -   PERNffi, B C  ��� Plcisr eipMIn.wUboutiurtticr nnmrsnen on mypart, ���  ��� how ] ran (]inHlyfor  a  Mrcer   salary .inil ail*rancr�� ���  ��� ment tt; lhe position bMorc which I have ttnrJtct) X, ���  George H Thompson^  t> ^     r  Barrister,    Solicitor  Notary Public, itc.      *   ,  CRANBROOK,       British Columbia  W. E, BEATTY '  ���Etiibaluier and Undertaker,    ,  Phone 9. CRANBROOK  II.  i'. I'nrkor, (! i:  T. T. JIuVUtiu.C.E., P  U S.  MoVITTIE ��& PARKER  "Provincial Land SoEtvEviNfi  UAir.WAV   &  .MINING    KNCINKJSUINQ  c Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Port Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  Ail Wrl��tr  A/ch. Drittsrmn  Structurnl linfflnccr  Structural Jlriftsmin  Civil Scrvlrr Uximt  Contractor A; iJulldet  Ornaincnt il Designer  Furrmin Plumber  Mrchinlcul Lnyinccr  Civil Engineer  Wecbanical Drahsmafl  H R. Construct'nBnL'.  rnrcinnn MnrhlnUt  Surve>or  IMectrkil hnRineer  Mining Engineer  Flecirlelin  J'owtr Stition Supt.  Tlookkccper  Aicliltcct  Stt-noRi-ipher  Laave work "with tls��   loeal agent  'a.. B. STEWART  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL. .  > �� i t  .This hotel is now nncTer new  management, aud is flrst class  in every respect  M. J",  BONNER,  PHOPBIETOIt  Victoria Street.  iMOYm  POSTAL i PHOTOS.  I make a. sj-ieeialt}- of Postal Photo work. Prices, A  for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.  MISS FLORA DEAGON.  R BURN  r MOYIE;  & GO Ltd|  B. C.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOUTAN  ,���   HCOT3E3H.  ,'  AVKFaN in  ORAJNTBEOOll  K. n. 8JIAJLI-, .llnnaecr.  ' Good rooms, good  t&bitis and bur  and first class snmsla vsoms.  Dr. H. E.  l\  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and Bridg'j  WoFkcp.  Office over Mr. Sherds'  Wall       Paper      Store  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrookj  Certificate of Improvements  ��� Name __  ��� St A No,  ��� CUT.  * ��� *  �����***������'  ��� ���   m J>  . ���>���������������"  We .Ai-e Agents For  TUB PI.TNER'LtGi-ITING.CO';  of, Chicago, and have a  '������'      complete   stock   of  Gasoline   CliandcUers,  Arc    Lamps,  P/Jantles, etc.  If you want anything" in the  line of clothing or men's furnish in gs, try  C..A. FOOT  THE TAILOR  Tlie cheapest and best light on  the market.  J. H. RINGR0SE  ��� Solo agents for Southern B. G.  P.O. i-'ox, 155. NELSON  We cany ill stock.the goods  to make an up-to-date suit  made in town, or we can get  you a special ordered suit  made to your measure. We  hdifc. ready-to-wear. Campbell !s  clothing, the .best made and  fitting clothing in Canada.  NOTICE  Coliiiimia Fractional, Kootenay Frac-  tioii.il, Burton Fractional, Ru-stlcr Krac-  tibnal, Daily Fractional, Jumbo Fractional, Dominion, Mineral claimt, situatu*  in the Fort Steele Minim*; Divibion of  Iv.ist Kootenay District.  Whei e Located: On the JEa-rt aide oi  Lower Moyie Lake.  TAK1' XOT1CK, that I, Sclwyn G.  Rl.i.lock, 1\ M. C. Xo. 1J29762, acting  as Ai-ent for the Consolidated M 111111,1; .V  Smeltiiii; Co., of Cimulii, Limited, l*'rec  .Miners Ceitii'ii-.ite X.i. 1129757, intend,  sixty dnjs from the date hereof, to apply  lo the Miuinj; Keennki for Ccitiliciles  of ImptovemeiUs for the purpose of olj-  tainin*; Croun Grant's of the above  claim;..  And .further take notice that action,  under Section 37, must lie commenced  before the issuance of such Certificates  of Improvement's.'      ,,  Dated this. 28th day of September, A.  IX, 19.10. ��� '.'. '    *������  BLAIR  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKANB,  WASH.  is tho best equipped business 'coljei'i* '"J  the   northwest.     Many   Canadian  *������  dents gradutae from   our   ciillego i'-^'I  .season.     Vou cnn learn  SHORTHAND.  TYPEWRITING,  IJOOKK.KRPING,  COMMERCIAL LA^"  and j;et a general business truiimiM". l'1''  we will i-ecuicn   position for   \<>\\  '���'  Omadian     or     (in    Atiii'iicni   bir. '*  house.    M'rite foi our   be.iu'ifitlb   ' "  li.ilode.i'.iloj-r.    S-jiiL face upon   rum'-'  Cife&ZsA  X���  Princtr  i pal-  St.  Merchant Tailor  Joseph's   Convent.  \    NELSON, 13. C. . ;  hoarding and Day Scdiool conducted \fy .Sisters of .St. Joseph, Nelson,  B. C. Cornmorcial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress charactehizo, each Je-  partment. Parents sholild writo for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters'methods of touching, ..Terms  commence January, April and Sept  Pimils are admitted during the  tona*.    ,r:*Axyy^.._..:. ..,.yr  oy\e Hotei  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  This hotel is new and wall finisht^.  . Tlie tables arc*, .supplied with tin.*  test the market affords. The * "it"  is filled >vith the best'brands 01  liquors and cigars. :  *   Iicadquarters for  Commercial and Mining Mea ^  Moyie ! - - : - - - -    B' C


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