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Array '^r^'^^^\  ~J  ,-n  How  About   Youn  , XMAS; PRESENTS?     ���  Wilson, lhe;-Jevjder, of 'Cranbrook hasaneiidless variety.|  JAN 3   19U  {PEORIA, "3  '��<***?  iVV{  | We make il our business ��  < to   please  yoa. >  �� Your  inspection   invited <  without obi igation to buy. >  Wilson, the Jeweler.        ����  * " <��  :'9  ,; VOL.. tf/NCpS)  p  MOYIE, B. C, FRIDAY; DECEMBER 30,' 1910.  ��2 A YEAR  ���,      Jr V]T "V  A liPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL  r ^#enryj Birks & Sons, Limited.  Uwelery.mairorde^iwuse.-     '-"\Gco. ,B. Trorey, Man. Dir.  VANOOTjyBE, B.t C.  ! ���        1  I'Wish My^any Patrons ; ���*��� ���    ;  A HAPPY and.P'llttPEROUS NEW��YEAR;..  ' i f  r;;:ci-'' ."'c^'T^^iwJNrEsl'  "���^^Cranbrook Cooperative Stores   >;  ��'*     ��� *' Is,Offering Very , Attractive-Prices On All Their ; 4 '- ' *,  r * ^ t "^ ' * ' ' -      1      J*   ''" I �� ' '  'Cloth ;iapHo1kered"fFurnitupe^  ^4ee�����&e6'6e6e66e6eiSfe6e-s535t?  GENERAL FLOAT  W. 11. Hearst gave $1000 to a  Christmas fund for the poor of  New York city. ���    -  xThe new Sanitarium hotel, near  Frank will bo - opened on New  Sear's Day.    It cos,t $80,000.  The paper mills which areTbGing  built near Spokane will give employment to between 400 and 500  men. .,       ��   -  V. Hyde Baker and James Liid-  law of Cranbrook " are on a the! r  way to England, where they will  bo for several wcoks=. ,.  >���'��,, ��� <  The Soo road half filed with the  American Locomotive Co., fcjehnec-  tady, an order for railway locomotives making the largest eoiiiip-  mentj of'.engines that has been'  placed for some time by any  northwestern roadl   " "-  <; ��� J       "'V     .-  ' Afc   Yahk ' the  '0 1  r- sf.  ' :r ���< ���>     \  1 . Jf ' .       'i j    ���  'discount will be, given'off every piece fdr the.next finonth ^  ,, '.' ���',,' Here Is,Your Chance. ,       "   >/ '.'.  CRMi(6DK \ CO=QPERAIIVE StORES���, (m  King  Lumber  Company is building a   five ��� mile  iiume'frcm Meadow creek,,' to" the  company's   sawmill.-;   The   flume  when, completed will he",, used for  tiikingroat,logs.,> . It   is^ believed  this system will be cheaper .than  building a logging railway.',    '   ���  '    '/ ,-'rt'f   \.~���~ ,/.��  Kingsgate caivboast, of .-having  the largest' and- best equipped  customs office between 'Winnipeg  and Vancouver? < It is also one*of  the busiest offices along the'boun-  dtry,line, according 'to a statement'made tby -Ales: 'Chisholm,  customs cbllector'at, that point.,, -  -y v*   <      ! c i- [ 1.'^-.*   "������''>   '* .'  Consolidated Changes  The news of various changes in  the management of the Consolidated Company comes as a i complete'1 "surprise. ,AV.' II. Aldridge,  tho \ managing director, retire?  from that' position, but retains  his membership on the board of  directors. H. H. Stewart becomes  general manager, and S. U. lllay-  locki superintendent, of the St.  Eugene and Sullivan mines, becomes assistant to Mn, Stewart.  Mr. Ulaylock left for Trail Wednesday, and his family will move  there later. ', No'one has come  here to take' his place.  ���.���"     *r!-r-< ! ', '  Chief :Lowes Saprised'   , !   f , r       t,  < II. J. Lowes, chief of Moyie's  volunteer flro,bt-igade, was prob^  ably the mpjit_>urprised -.man, in  Moyie<lasfc Saturday evening. - At  about 8 o'clock that evening J. P.  Parrell, Harold Chapman, 0. Ar  Foote.and '"A^ G. jfonkhquse, a  cqmmitte (>opresentmg' the. fire  brigade, called-at tbe home of Mr..  and;Mrs.\,.Eowos .arid presented  them with a-'cabinet* of silver.  The cabineb is ^of solid ,oak," and  on the inscription plate are the  words "To Our Chief, II. J.-Lowes,  From Fire i-Brigade^ Mbyie', D^c.  21th', 1910."; Mr. Fa'rrelk made  the,,presentation speech, and in a  few well''chosen wordsJ called attention" ^tdY-^the" splendid 'work  done by the* chief since taking his  position- of,,-responsibility.    -'He  | LOCAL ASSAYS,  ^      .  <    ",' , ���     i  , Gus Kallman 4s down from  (\Vasa."        ��� '        ,  The Moyie school will not open  until Moiiday, January 0th.  Fred' Barker left Wednesday to  work at the Sullivan mine.  Mrs. K. D.Sfcinson and children  are up from Spokane on a'visit.  Mr. and Mm. Harvey Mackenzie' returned Wednesday from  ll03slaud. . '  " ,  Wm. " Goninan has returned  from , ltosslaud, where 'he spent.  Christnios.  ,' There'win' be a social dance, in  Morley hall next Monday evening,  January 1st.   u   "'',�� ^ >, <  M^ri and Mrs. J,! Vv. Fitch spent  Christmas "in Cranbrook with Mr.  and'Mr3<, E. A.' Hill.     ,  ,' \  The Society Girl mine shipped  another carload of ore to' the  smelter at Trail yesterday. > ,  Arthur .Crowe is- leaving for  Vancouver today to attend the  high school in that^ity,      />, ���.  'J'. P. Farrell was down to 'Yahk  Tuesday acting in his official capacity of justiceoof the ,peaco.'' < <���  '���Ahgus McDonald', 'who has been  working at Sandon for some time,  returned to Moyie lasb���Saturday. r  Louis "Therriau, who , is erh-'  ployed at the Molly 'Jibson, is in'  Moyie spending'the'holidays with  his parent's/   > ���       , *"  ���  Miss  Cockburn    of ^atfcsburg  .  P   , - -   - 3pent   Christmas   with   Mr.   and  also poinded, out that, in -selecting  jTrs> c. A. Foote.'      '",,-,    j      *  on the price of  Men's QLOVES and'MITTS.  i ' i  * ' *, i  1        i r-  SATURDAY wj.ll sec the com-  ,   mencement  of   another  mas-  '.      ' sac"2 in  GLOVES and MITTS."-, ' '    ,'  ,   (   ���      everyone    of   which   are the  lhainifacture of the Huds'On's  'Bay KnitlnigCo,, of -Montreal'.  ' '        '  There' is uothiiiff on thc  mar-    -  ket'"ju'stas good;"   there  is   '   +'t ���   .  ,'" ',    '     nothing .to compare with their      ,   ,  ,   '        ''Ripless-Jip gloves."   Out; win-  dow 'display will "show. 3*011 one'  of ��� the-   best _ assortment   of (     t   -.-���  ' .    "'gloves and mitts ever shown m ,.  ^    ,   ' o   '   the town.,/       ri   '      ��,,''* '��� u  '   *,       ��' Prices the lowest fever offered^     <     ���  l  r ^    ' ' 11 ^ '  ' n /'I  , 'i^Jt',.  �� "�� 'J  l' *�����*  1      ,*H?v  1 ye '  ��' ,*>5Saf  * ,'���,<"' "'fj  ,1.'  . 't.f m  f ,' -'ffirfi.  V  ���*$>*  . '4d  -���m  -   y i^sa  WW  '    ''fef'B  i.  S - .      For Qiiaiiiy.    ' ,     -"  <-, (      >  ��� ��Vl^v>UilVWW��Al^<vvO>AAAA#vvvv^^^  '   , ,        i        ���    ,   , '__ ]__ -   ' '���   ^*'^{f~"\^ -.  * ���'"' \ "Varid INVESTMENT BROKERS.    '"    '",' *  'HeadOffke    '  '- '     "    '      -"       '      CRANBROOK, B. C  Start Right  A most important thing is the start.    If  you   would   start   the  New Year right get  a.        t    ,  '<=,*' ��, ' ���'       ��� ' <���  20tli   C E N T U ST  S TJ 1 T at  .'���������: ;'' -   FITCH'S  '      " and yoa will undoubtedly have a Happy  New Year.  i.  ,.,.   , ��,, map.    irriTRl,. v|f  ;i  it  I  Largo and Commodious Sample Boons. ���    Billiard Booms.'      ��  ? ' P  I McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors. ���}  3 ^ -. ^t.a z."���i-uf-iy; *vs- ^-* ����r/a.v-*5�� ty.-^-zy-'V- K  MOYIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations "  for the Traveling Public.  t-" A 30-day; option for>So0,000 for  their/lialE ��� interest'; in'^the, Alpha  group "of mineral'claims, adjoining,  the StandardjSllver'-lead -mine^ at  Siiverton, has-been'.given,^by 'N.  C'McNotign't',rf of5 Siiverton;;'an'd  James McXaught <f Njvv York,  to(D. B. >V.lcox, of Port Arthur,'  Ont.     -'   < ,     '  -  l    ;  John L. Sulliva'n, the well  known old ring gladiator and former world's'-heavyweight champion, who is already the owner, of  a fine tracb of residential property  in Point Grey, may become a  permanent resident of Vancouver  next year, after his retirement  from the stage iu July-   o  Masons Install  the^ gift due** consideration1 was  given' Mrs. Lowes also,\so that,'it'  might be of service to'her as -.well  as'Mr. Lqwos.'' In.'responding Mr.,  LoweV,thanked 'the'", doners, most  sincerely on behalf, of hims'elf''and  his wife......' ,>- A -A i ���." \ ���  '���  v ^ >,  y >KT\ ^j-^^^^V.*,*. ��|Kt ���^������*  Z��- i*** ^L-JtV-fl  vj.  There was a joint installation  of the officers of the Masonic  lodges of Moyie aud Cranbrook  Tuesday evening at' Cranbrookl  Following is a list1 of the Moyie  officers installed, and the positions  they will occupy during the ensuing term:  II. Chftpmam���I. P. M.  U. A. Ay res��� W. M.  ��� II. J. I^wes���S. "\V.  K. W. Curdett���J. W.  Amos Potter���Secr'y.'  II. Chapman���Treas.  JohnCarfra���S. D.  W. J. Pay no���J. D.  Wm. Cliamberlain���S. -3.  G. V. i'owell���1. S.  C. E. Joplin���Tyler.  Probably;%is Haney  .--��� ^"''i'. ���:���, - ���    '-'  'A few days ago at Sandpoinfc,  IJaho, some ,holdups and- other  depredations were committed by  four armed bandits. The fugitives were trailed '"through the  wood? and were captured by the  sheriff and his deputy after a desperate struggle., One of the men  captured is believed to be Haney,  who murdered "Constable Ike  "Decker near Kamioops a, year or  more ago. If the person should  prove'co be Haney lie is no doubt  the man who Constable J. T.  Browning of Moyie was after" between the Sch and 17th of December. Constable Browning, without any outside .information, got  a clue that rianey' was in the  viciuity of y��hk and for several  days kept up a steady search, biit  was unable to locate his man.  There is a reward of $0,000 for  tlie capture of Haney.  MOYIE   BEER  Gone to Irondale  Excessive Express Rates  A, made by the present brewer is adm fctedly the Best  l,e��  m     a��  Kootenay.     With the Best. Malt and the Purest Spung  A\ atu  unexcelled for aa��lity.    Insist on having Moyie Beet.  ,101-Tl.Bll    AND    UKAl'l'    UEKU  MOYIE  BREWING CO.  MTJELLiB ft HBSM^^gSi,^..o.  ! Imperial Bank of Canada.        |  I ������:������'"' CpiW A���tl,o,*.od-.---------------��''��.��',��.',00'��0  * : ,    '    Capital Subscribed���  f ���������    Capital Paid Up  Reserve   Fund������  --$5,005,000.00  ...5,575,000.00  ���5.575.000.00  I  ' BRANCHES  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA^        ^ ^  Cranbrook; Arrowhead, ���^*^J^ ] ^^  ��� Wernic Nelson, Eevelstoke.-victoiia, vanw _   ���������������  -���'^ and Mohey/Orders sold.aya.ble .a any  part of the World  ���I Savings Bank Department^  I interest allowed on deposits from ^^^^  I     MOYIE BRANCH,   -^JJ^^J^^  ��  ��  The lecent doci-ion of the railway commission at Ottawa is a  sweeping rebuke for express companies doing business iu Canada.  The kernel of the finding is the  following clause:  "After making evcrj" allowance for all the contingencies'.we  can think of, we are impressed  with the'fact that the earnings of  the railways upon express traffic  are, upon the whole, excessive  and should be reduced." /;  The companies, therefore, 'are  ordered to " prepare and submit  within three .months, now tariffs  'giving effect-to .the specific and  general conditions enunciated in  its judgment.  . It is not'necessary to go up, in  an aeroplane to smoke K. .& H:  cigars. You-can smoke them anywhere with pei-fi-cr, safety, except,  pei-h-ap-u, j" !l l'l��fk pnwiler mill.  Seo tin;.baikeeper for further information.  Yesteiday A. P. Macdonald,  Mrs. Macdonald, and mother, Mrs.  Manning, left on tho westbound  Soo-Spuknue train for their new  homo in iiondale, Washington.  Mr. Macdonald was one of tho  pioneer merchants of Moyie, and  always took a, keen interest in  the affairs of the tbo town. Ue  and his wife and Mr��. Manning  take with them the kindest  wishes   of everyone in Moyie.  Odd Fellows' Dance  One of the first big, daiices in  Moyie -in the ��� new year will be  tho regular annual ball that will  be given on Wednesday evening,  January llth, by Wildey Lodge  No. -l-i.1- (). O. F- The proceeds  of tin's ball will be.turned over to,  the provincial tuberculosis . hoss1  pital at Trauquille, near Kani-  loops- 'A general invitation is extended to everyone." Tickets will  be if 1-50, and a kip supper will be  provided.^ ,���  ���'.'.���  . The Iv and H cigar has jumped  to   prominence   through   ttye   ex-  ollent flavor of   tho  of which it is made.  tobacco   out  W. H. Stvan,'local manager of  the Imperial Bank, was d6wn to  Lethbridge the first of the week.  The'MoyiePire Brigade received  another; donation ;this -week,-, Mr.  A.,P. Macdonald contributing $5  "to" the fund.-UjS''-���**��� ��� **'��-   - ���-���"-'  "Geo, L. Lucas, employed at the  St."Eugene mill, is spending his  holidays' .with, 'his' family at  Cheney. >   ���  The new officers of Wildey  Lodge No. -li will be installed at  the regular, meeting next Tuesday evening.  After the meeting of the Miners'  Union last Saturday evening a  smoker was held and there was a  general good time.; ;s  The Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship iSociety held a very successful concert and dance in Morley hall Monday evening.  Mr. and Mrs?Geo. Cox have returned from Bossland and have  opened a bakery and laundry in  the Farrell block.    "  There will be a grand dance at  the Auditorium at Creston this  evening. Music will be furnished  by F. J. Smyth and A. W. Lutner  of Moyie.    ���  Next Thursday night the new  officers of the local Knights of  Pythias lodge will be installed,  and a good' attendance of the  members is desired.  The members of  the   Odd   Fel- j  lows' lodge of Moyie will pay Key J  City lodge of Cranbrook a   frater- j  ual   visit    on   Mond.iy    evening,  January 2ord.  Considerable     work   has   been  ,done on the skating   rink   lately,]  land if tho weather peunits   there j  should  be   good   skating   almost |  any day now,  W. B. Stone and   wife,   who  at I  one time lived in   Moyie,   but   for  the past several years  havo  been  i i Spokane, are now in  the hotel  business in Cheney, Wash.  One of the most attractive  windows:in 'town is. the. ono in  the office of the' Auroia Alining  Company. It is a reproduction of  the face of tho Aurora tunnel and  dump. The work was done by  YV7L. Reid, the secretary of the  company,  A large number of people were  ia  attendance    at   the   midnight  mass     at     the   Catholic   ulun-eh  Christmas Fye., and'at the union  =ervico   of   tho   -'Methodist?   and j  .Presbytwians.    in     Morley   halli  .Christmas'night.     The : members |  of the Masonic order attended t'he.j  i union .service iu.-a bo.ly aud  wore,  their regalia.  A  -      ��, " i,  ,' ^  R. A.  O. BLOCK.   '  SMITH  ���    MOYIE, B. C.  RESOLVE,  that in the future you will leave your orders with us.  You will- be   satisfied and   we   will    appreciate it.  We Wish. You A Bright And ,  Prosperous New Year.  Get the Ha"bit. 'Goto  CROWE  BROS,  In view of the overwhelming  mats of evidence antagonistic to alum,  Jt is recommended that its use in baking powders  be prohibited by law.���United States Senate Committee Report.  Approved.by pfcysiteEans snd loo^  , officials, hom'. Siste.. s?idS  National.,  ������ Awaritefi . MgSiest .\'lienors'  ' :great: Worlds' EsposStioas,'aisfi  , ��� proved ��I SHperlcs3 stresi'gSIi  :  '���and ���pn?5��y.-&y tlie  $7'  r^w^m.  i  WW''-  i  r  ���9V  v<l  mm, '. i;   *  -    ' i ���  H    '  ! ��� j. t s  . <; h.i'M h  -I- \i0lA-  Ifilt  i'Kia  ���ii; ,f.l: ])!'  ��� I'f-.i. --:  ���l.ri ���?���;  mm _ J&-  -m- jiS'j."-  THE   MOYIE   I/SAI>BR  Horse Distemper  HOESB  DISTEMPER       ,.  rrince Edward Farmer; Solemnly Declares NerviliW is a  Specific  "After fifty ycais'experience in raising horses I tan safely testify that no  remedy gives ��ueh good results for au  nil-round stable liniment hs Nurviline."  Thus opens tiie very earnest lo'.Usr of J.'  J". J��vaut��ton, who lives near Wellington,  P.l'l '*L?had a very' valuable horao  thai took distemper a month ago, and  wub afraid 1 was, going to lose him.  His 1brout swelled and bard lumps developed. His nostrils lan and ho had  a terrible cough. 1  tiiod different remedies, but wad  tumble, lo relievo  my boiHO of his  pain and suffering  till I ��� 'started to  use Nr-rviiine. X  mixed a bottle of  Norviline n n d  sweet oil and rubbed the mixture ou  the throat and chest three times a day  and "you would scarcely believe the  pay that hoiso jiielu'd up. Ne'rviliiic  anred him. 1 also have used Norvilino  for colic ja horses und cows, and earnestly lucommend it lo every man that  i 'us  raising^.stoi'k,,'' ,  For strains,' t>prainn, nwolliuga, colic,  distemper, coughs and colds, uo ltni-  mont -will pxovc 9o efficacious 'in tho  ,-stable as ">.'ervil)'-!e"���it 'fa good' for  ��u,iij or beast, for, internal'oi external  ase. Wherever I hero is |m|ii, Ncrviline  will cure .it. Kofuso substitutes. In  twcbottlcrf'-'Pc find 2">e, at all dealers,  or The CaUurhosone Co., Kingston, Ont.  PLANK FELL ON HIM?,  Hamilton Man Badly Injured  Reuben   Athcrtou,   of   3G7   Ferguson  Ave.,   Hamilton,   au   employee   of   the  NEAK-SIGHTED   GUEST   (at   ban- Otis Jtllevator Co., sustained serious in-  quet) "I presume the next thing  jury while at work.    A' plauk foil from  a height ou to his right foot, crushing  will    be    a    long    aud    tiresoniu  speech from some talkative bore."  Alan Sitting .Next: "Oh, I suppose so.  1 'm the talkative bore, that haa to make  the speech."      '       '    '.  Cures  Quickly  WE  keep  early hours hero, my bov, >'  said the farmer to his "son just  home from  college.    "I like to  seo the buu rise, j-ou know."  "That's all-right, father," responded the youth; '"as long as'you don't  want tu see the' sou rise, I'm happy.  1 nevei can turn out much before ten."  OF   "course,   doctor,   German   measles  aro seldom serious?"  "I    never    met    but ono fatal  case."   , .' '  "Fatal!"  "Yen; it was a l-'renchmau.aud when  he discovered it was German measles  that he had,,mortification set in."    , ,  <;����  h-1 :h>,  ���pf"-.',    tf   '* ,  i*'  "THE   O'TECK"  THE laU Priiteo Francis of Took was  known   in   lloyal  cirolcB  a8  "The  ��   r      O'Tcek.'i      ,   ' '-   ,  - The story goes that when lMuc,c Francis was mnkiug his arrangements for  hunting in Iteland bo wrote to a forage  ."dealer in eouaty Meatli will;  refjorjsneo  ��o the necessary supplies for his stud,  n The man was greatly puzzled'by the  1 signature, and at> length, after anxious  consideration, add reused his reply to  "Francis O'Tock, Ksquiro."    "��� -  ,  DINKK (angrily)): "Look here, you  ' know you say, 'No waiting,' on  , your bills,' and hero I have' been  kept over half an hour for a chop."'  , Proprietor: "Well, that's ali right,  sir; there'is no wailing to spoak of. 1  attend' to all fhe customers "myself j  can't afford to keep anybody to do, it."  **    -* ,,������. .  OTRF.ET  MISSIONARY:   "My good  O     friend,"why idle away the precious  , hours in this fashionf    Don't you'  know, that timo is moiioj-t"  Loafer: "Don't, you believe it, guv'-  nor.' , If "that was so t should b�� a  bloomin' inill^ouhair, 1 should; 1'vo  been doing time on nad orf over since  I was a uippor." ',   ,���  ���'  it badly. He was taken homo, where  Zaiu-Buk was applied with good result.  Telling his experience of tho balm,  he said: " After tho doctor had dressed  the damaged foot with somo preparation of his own' I was in groat pain,  and ns day after day 1 seemed to get  uo' relief 1 loft olf medical treatment  and triod Zam-Buk. From the 'very  first application I traced an improvement. Zam-liuk really seemed to act  ljko.magic, cleaning all thc unhealthy  matter ironi ,the wounds, drawing out  all discoloration, inflammation and  soreness; and s'tarted healing iu quick  time. , in two weeks tho toe and foot  woie well again., Zam-Buk balm is  certainly a "'wonderful healer, iud I  would not care to be without a box in  the houso. You can uso tlio above  statement in any papeia, books or pub,  lieation's, as it may lead some other  sufferer to use Z.-im-Buk and get relief  us 1 did."  All workers should keep ��� Zarn-Buk  handy. ( Applied to a cut, or wound, if  atops tlio pain,' commences healing, ,and  ���p-^what is equally, tine���it prevents all  possibility of( blood;poisouing. Zam-  Buk is equally good for bkiu diseases,  -i lid ernes eczema, itch, ulcers, ab-  Hcoases, yaricoeo ulcers, scalp sores,  blood-poiSoning,   etc. It   heals'  cold  cracks, chapped hands,,frost bitct cures  piles' and ajl inflamed conditions of, the  slciii and tissue. Fifty cents a box  from- nil druggists and .stores, but  avoid imitations and substitutes, some  of. which are highly dangorous, aud'  none' aro boncftcinl.  '   ' , f  - The chilu aried her eyes oa her checked gingham dress. '  "No, sir,"'she sniffed. "Willy has  run off an' left me."  Tho old man  snorted indignantly.  "Ho,ought to be whipped," he said.  "Come on,  dearie,  no'11  find  him."  At the corner the little girl found an  acquaintance in the shape of a baker's  man. '  "Have yon seen Willy?" she asked  him.  '  Tho old man, holding' ht-r dirty little  hand, listened eagerly.  "Yes, I've saw him," said the man.,  "He wiis runnin''down the street���that  way."     ;, , "  "Come on," said tlie little girl, drugging the kind-heartrd old gentloman after hf?r. Street after street they travelled, and 'the old man's knees began to  got shaky. The lillJe girl lookod iulo  all the,ash-barrels and-boxes: along the  way, and poked into corners, but (no  Willy nppeare'd. , ' , /,    '  , "Wliat sort of a'looking boy was  ho? " gasped the old mat),' after half an  hour of this. The eliild looked at him,  startled. ' .   '   '    ,  , ".Willy?" she gasped. "He ain't'a  boy. He's a dog���there he^isl',' And,  wilh n whoop of joy sho poiiacorl upon  a very fa,t aud very'muddy pup and  clasped it lo her heart: , .But tho kind-  hearted , old inaii did not smilo. He  clutched his e.auc tightly and strode angrily away. tt    "  DO YOU USE PILLS ?  If In Doubt About the Bight Pills to  Use Boad the Following 'Letter  Carefully <  . HER SPORT' ,  1 t  '" IT "is true Uiat somo girls, 'marrying  , jL ,�� men to'reform them, succeed. Somo  ' ��'    ���' girls, too,,'fail. ,r    ' , '  '*      Tho hostess at a, tea once' said to'a  ' Jbesutiful, sad-eyed  woman: ��� .',  "Are    you 'fond'    of    sports,    Mrsl  ^Bbmki" - . '  Mrs.   Blank   smiled.'    Her   sad   eyes  ^winkled  a   moment.  , Then  (iho sighed  and answered: \. , '  ".Well, I suppose I'ought to be,    1  married one." .,   .  "Here,   waiter,  I'll  ���!"��   ^^a' cut, ��:f./0*.8*r<'wno in by the firo. As ho sat thoro, rshc  IjlIRSTJ .DINEB  ?     have   tt', uic(  mutton,   well   done,- and   not   too|a^;!i"  fat.",      J     ���>        .,,-,. , \.y,  Second Diner: ''And bring mo a thin   aiwaV(  *��11r:    nndf.rdnnp..  ��nrt   frtt.'' ' .,        *J  LETTING HIM DOWN" LIGHTLY  MISCHA ELMAN/-the boy violinist,  tells  a- story  of  his  early, childhood. '     '    I , c"   "        *  "%Vhen I was very small indeed," he  'said,'"I played at a reception at a Rus;  aian  prince's, and,'for. an  urchin  of 7,  I flatter myself L nitllod off Beethoven's  ','Kreutzer, Sonata V finely.    This sonata,  'you-'kuow,  iias in  it  several'long  and  ,  iuvpresslve rests. -'"iVoU, iti one of .these  ' rests  a ' uiotherly .old  lady  loaned ifor  ward, parted my shoulder, and Bald: '  ���" 'Play'somothiug you-know, dear.' "  One of tho 'commonest complaints of  infants is worms, and the most affective  application for tln-in is Mother Graves'  TVorm  Exterminator.  cut, underdone, and fat.  , Waiter:  "Yes, sir. , (Ton eoconds,la-,  ler,  at" tlio speaking  tube).    Jem,  two  plates of ioa.sl mutton."    , '  , . #��-,��' .,    '  qpilE YOUNG POLITICIAN:  "I can  J.     assure you-^there is  nothing' more  '     painful, than   having  tocmake���er'  '���or���one'8 first, speech in public",    >  ���Young ,Politician'''s  Wifo:   "Oh, yos,  thero is, deary's '       /       '"  The   Young   Politician   (disploased):  ''Then what is it, prayt". ,      ',     '   ,  -   Young   Politician's   Wife l (swoetly):  "Having to listen tOiit,-my dear.','   ,  '< *##'.'  FIRST Lovable Little Pet: "I paid  Kitty Fletcher' out splendidly ��gt  , 'that nasty trick? she served rue  tho other day." ���,,  Sccoud'Lovable Little Pet:-"Roallv,  love?    How?"     '        .���'   '  ��� First  Lovable   Little  Pot:   "Why,   I  went with her and helped her, to choose  her new hat.',' '  ARTFUL KID: "I've just loarnod  'The Boy Stood ou the Burning  Dcck.-,-iA���-, ���   The Innocent: "Oh,lS<indeedI , Going  to msiko some pocket-money reciting  it? "a *   ' . '        -    <���  ^Artful Kid (scornfully): , "What do  yer think? ' Why, I'can make twice as  much by ,'holding ��� my tongue, ' ,Now,  wliieh would you 'rather. do���listen to'  it'light.through or, pay me a dimo to  clear  out?" f   * >        -   ' ���  '    ���    *    * '  MANY a  man,'who permits  himself  to , he  led   forth'to   musical   on-  > tertainmeuts he does not care for  will   appreciate   tho    following:������  "What made you start clapping,your  hands when that woman stepped ou  your foot in the tramear?"    ,  " t was dozing,'' answered Afi. Oum-  rox.     "I thought  mother and the girls  were having a' musical at-heme, and one  of them was signalling that it was time j  to  applaud." ?  *    *    ��  MA'AM,", said   a   quack   to   a   ner-  ,   voua old lady, "your case is a  M-rutoniory.    coir.plaint,   and   is"  tapidly becoming chronic,"  "Pray, doctor, what is that?"  "It   is   the  dropping  of   the   ncrs-es.  ma'am���the ner\CH having fallen in the  whixerinktum, the   che-jt   becomes   mor-  berous',   ami   the   head   goes   tisarizecu,  riMiirizeejil " "      '  - "Ah, doctor," exclaimed the old  lady, " you have desoribed my feelinjr*  ex.-ictlv." ' .   ��  du don't,look as though you had  8 been a tramp."  ���.   I haven 't,'' he replied, without offence.    "I came froni a'very good family."' '   ���  _ She; let him eat' on without inte'rrup-,  lion,    but    after   Jio    had, finished she  said:���    >    . ^ '    >-  ,,    ,    % , .^  ",You say yob came from a good family.    May V ask tbe,name?''  ,,       *'"  "It was Blankleigh;" he responded. '  , /'Why," sho said, in surprise," "that's  the' name of" the occupier next doer to  us."        '    '. ���> I  o "Yes," he replied. "I noticed it on  the ,donr-plato. ��� That's who I ,camo  from.1 -Ho threw mo down liis steps just  boforo I called hero." , . <���      - ���  4 4, # ' ''  TH.E wifo of a man who came home  late insisted  upon a  reason.  ;   , ,    "When T go out without you,"  ho said, "I do not enjoy myself half as  much, and it' takes mo twice as long."  ,     THE DKUM-HORSE  IN certain nrmlfts of the world'there  aro grades' of, lioiior .among ;tho  horso?,���ns well us among tho,men.  The proudest,and mont dignified of all  the horses 'of the army is the animal  IhatJUIa^JJia^position of��drum'-horai: ifi  t'lOuivgiinontnl band. Iu soino armies'  cavalry bands are mounted, and-,the  most honorable position in'all tho band  is that of theboarer of the kettle drums.  The horse , is, selected , for his ' distinguished . appcornnee,, Ho ,is often piebald, although sometimes pure!-white;  but, whatever hia color,' his appearance  must bo consistent with the^conspicuous  position he luis'to  fill.,    ',     '" '   '  Something'more/than mere beauty of  form is required'of. tlie drum-horse. He  must bo trained until ho becomes" a dig-  uifiodand graceful bearer of, tho trap-,  pings that��� pertain' to his-high'calling.  His education is severe-and 'prolonged,  bringing him up,'to'that point whore his  pride and intelligence make him equal  to tho duties required of him.   ,-,   ,-  Tr. f,      2 /   . ���   '  , His nerves arc severely tried t<by the  booming of tlie' large drums he carries  out in time he becomes as indifferent t<  t,heir noise as . war-horses do, to tin  dnging bullets.' In the parade, his ride  'ias his, hauds'ifull in the -trse 'of i th'  ,ticks. -lie'controls the. 'ho'r?e by mean-  \i reins fasttned'lo the stirrup-cup nea'i  the foot.     '       i, i-     i  "I am one of thoao persons whose  system requires aid," writes Mr. Young  Glodhill from Pictou, "but it is so easily  affected by reason of the great seusl  tiveness of tho bowels that ordinary  drastic pills inflict 'great injury to the  delicate coating, and excite such per  sistent activity as to ho with difficulty'  checked.      ' ' '  "1 'wish in the highest terms to ex  pi ess thu great value of Dr. Hamilton'^  Pills in cases like mi no, and J am sure  also for elderly people and the vorj  weak, thero is  no  pill like them.      ',  '' Spoaking   of my own experience wit h  Dr.  Hamilton 'a  Pills, I can   say  the^  havo proved the most s'liniulutiii'g Pills  for' the   liver  I have  found.      1   liaye  proved   their  touio  action   upon   digcb  tion.  and   the  same   results   have  been  secured  by friends upon whom  I  have  urged their use.   Tho Manufacturers are  t'O be congratulated upon possessing so  valuable n  proscription mid  the public  should know that so valuable a remedy  has been placed at their command."    ,  No   other   pill   for   constipation,   foi  liver, 'kidney, or stomach trouble, com  pares with  Dr.   Hamilton's  PilJs;   t^iej  aro   mild   and   suto   always   to   restore  l.eriltli. ,J Refiiio , substitutes.     Sold   b>  till 'dealers,  2,jc   por  box;  or The' Ca'  tarrhozooe  Oo,,  Kingston,  Ont.  r-cIHiiig eamo out of his lfilO' cainpaig.'i  in better shape than he began, it, sj we  uit.y' confidently expect to see hiiii do;  ing battle among the "all stars" agniu  r.ext year. ,    ��   '    '      ���   "    ' ���  A TEACHER   Ln   a , big   elementary  "school'-had  givon' a' iossou  in   an'  infants''class  on-tho  Ten  Com  mandmentsl ��� In ordof to test their memories she asked:  "Can any'littlc child givo mo a Commandment with only four words in it?"  -   A   hand .was  raised  immediately.  "Well?" said,the teacher.,     \     '   '  Koop' off thc grass I'' was the reply.  '\'i    ' '-    ?'*  ���J3U0KING FOR WILLY,  ALTHOUGH the old gentleman was  ^-kiud-lieartod,' his kind-heartedness  had its limitations. And, when he  folt himsolf imposed upou, it was no  wonder that he got angry. This explains why he left the little girl in a  huff. He had found her sitting on tho  steps t ot ������ tho Congregational Church  weoping bitfceily. Uo went up' to her  and patted her cm (ho head.  ."What's the matter, little girl?", he  asked kindly. "Did auybody hurt  you?"  The Horseman  HOW TO CURE  !STOMACH TROUBLE  S"iid  for  i-.ee Misp'-e  to  Dept.  E.P.  Nation," 1 Diuj & Chemical Co., Toronto.  MY VARICOSE VEINS  WERE CUR HO completely by  i.i ii i it, r i*%  ou L*i ii T'l.fU'it i[i(irin��*r;  ��� ��� ��� , ' "if ���i:mi :t hi on* 'hi'iu  "^iwr'   *^*.   <. ii i,  >  Hii 1   mi  il j ff m��ip (or  b   j.y i.u*- in'Unii ihliuri, Vn< I  ���j   v horrn i.[ i jrd.�� on , \*i\ \,, * (,<>'n ���*,   1 fiitiODi, \\ <th,  L  uif ot > : ntiiui'     1>��ik(��ii��-  ^-vT.iutus  \nn<��i'*'U'1l|j'.  fyi.it, ������li'.n.td  *f�� i iti���� i��� or U^ un*'? **.   il^t'fm'.il*,  il       ns   w����l'C.��   M       ('.. -hi 1*1 j* frliJiM "f . $?t4>rJOE.  '''" ��t :<��!''���     ��� 'i-'a w .tciiT'i.ij     I'.fjnte it   i u***  .F  yf'N*  P  3. F..2U T^-rleSt.Sprn,f'ield,Mas8.  ��S*, ti.rtu U   ���  Iji    *   i,t( "\   I i>l >   \   >M\Nr   t<l ,  ��lnslitr^i  VII!   tWlli \U     1     It.   *   .HMKtKU, U'nn!wh- ii  UI.  ���LIQUOB and TOBACCO HABITS  4..   McTa;;-?:  ru*.  ���   Vi'A'A':  ' Ut ill  il!  <-f ci-.t-.i  n;- M.&.,  C.Zu,   75   Youso   Struct  Vo,   Can:  S     ;is    I'l  i-c-.-' ami  ���r. M- T'-i-r^nrr's profVs  jvcrsi/tvi)    iiiU'icrity    p��r  ui;.  :���l;,  Ciii'.-f  ,l-.islice.  :-y. l-i-euiir-i- <,f Ontsrif,  I>.I.).,    i'tvh.    "\'i(.'torit.  T.  ���il   t,  '���-���"���    '.V.   it    >.(,.  H.���.   ��,���,..-w  v:.v,    .v.,   i.t���.  ��,.!!. j;,-  Ki,-t.!���i-��     ..-.I:,;;  i^l^llt     ,'i, v    ��� ,,"     \fl  ^.>"i,���.,i!r':'i'r;r'["   v|,K"<��'>le   rcmclira    fo,  '.;'.'.    ")    "l,,."'<'-'"��    l-".l'it��   :���;���<:   hMllllflll   '���'"   '""��   ���'".������ill .1,1.      X,.  livtm"  !">*���   ���>."   Mil.licily,    in,   losa'   o!   '���  ti,,'   I'.-rtr-.in  euro.  crrt-.siiDinlriicc   ii.vif.Ml.  Prcidcnt  iSwf,.,iy(l Jliyhop  of  *CJ-lll>l-      iilji.r  ��':iit��.   fr.,:..   ).:..,,  ('uilMtlCliuil  fFTCft'fiTiV YVMS rHE:S7A.KDAP.R  fe����r!U-,l'  la-.-.t-. -i �����.  Vr'-h-'   Tl,.  '���|'r��iiiD.r.��lt.l    for   w,�����.;.,   ji).  ...������,1 ;..-��llj ���.,.,.y.j  fe���,.,,, ,t ,T���,,n  ft, J '.    fro,,,   |,J,-.|r Uw; ��,,. qil|l4 Rm1  1 it tAlc M. all drue Klutvi.  O LI. FASHIONKD  Lady:   "But, my  dear, you should never, in any circumstances,   speak   to   a   man   to  uliom you h.ivp not been introduced."  New-f.-ishionod  Lady:-"If J  followed  a-it fh.U idea I ohnuld very soon he out  of a'berth."  Old f.'iHhioned Lidy (very gravely):  "May I iiiquire, then, what is your���er  ���":���orciipntion t "  Xcw-fiiMiior'pd   Lady:   "<")b,   yeq.     I  un   ii   telc],hniu- girl, "n,,u   have "to  tallc  tn'about   fifteen   hundred   strange   men  every  day  of  my lift-."  ^     *     *  " \70U,"   said   tt!ie   jiidge,   "are   ac-  JL      ciiscil ul stealing watchrs.    W\y.il  have you to i<.Ly for ynuiselff  1 "I"   was  onlj   frv-111pr  to  take  tiiiic  by  th"  fr.iel(,(k, ynur  H mnr,"  i-cplic,!  lh"(.  culprit, who '\ft-. ',o"iclhing of a joker.  "Good���%<-ry goodt'' Mu\ the judge.  "Now. lot inn w,e; vinci- y<>u wen- ho  aiiMous lo iicrpiir.- ti-nc, I "will make a  cent ri I in tion   mj-j.pl f.''  The prisot.t-r seemed very much pleas  ���S'l, but his coii'.tei'.'ince ch.iiig.'d when  tin- jii'lfji1 said, soviiely:���  "I'll give vou linen \-ears' hard  l.ibor "  ��     ��     ��  HE \v;\i n frugal Scot, and when tho  collection plate camp nminl, drop  p. .1 in :i florin in mist nice for  a humble copper. Speedily discovering  his unst.ike, Imvipver, he Micpjicl sofily  down the aisle and request,.d tin- iof-  yitlii-ii-r io give him back the com,  ,'. Iiiih request was politely but firmly  lefusi-d. A shade of dis ippoinlinpnt  ftitt-d o\r the N'orlherrii-r's f-i��e us lie  .il'.cl slowly l.-ck to his pew. ".\-  v,-cNi," lie <-;iid, "il's a loss, but there's  sonic sma' cousclatiou in . re.flectin' it's  a bad oiic. Tt mi<rht have got, me into  ���trouble anj'wlicrfc else. "      ' ".,  H.,.,   ���' ���       '���      :'*    ' .      '���'''..     despaired  of ever  being  welT,again  ���  y:is   allEcntl��r'  specimen .of   Ins   houcht a so-called 'electric belt' and wore  e.las-       ���        A Great Sufferer From Indigestion  Tells, How She Was Cured  Stomach tiouble is a general name  tor all forms 'of indigestion, whcthci  groat pain atter eating, belching of  wind, heavy feeling in the stomach,  nausea, or the sharp pains that often  make you think you have hejrt trou  ble. There are two things noticeable  in indigestion. One is that doctors always find indigestion a prominent symptom in a blnodlesa, run-down state. The  ither, that suiferois usually find relief  when a tome is taken that restores the  Jren,,��r.tl hosJUj. Without a doubt stomach trouble is simply stomach' weakness,  and the euro is to" make the htom.ieh  -tiong enough to digest food without  trouble. Ai,j- other treatment is pntch-  wo'k 'and pam.r.t cure. As the pro-  c,?ss,.s of digestion are t'outnill.-d bv  She ble.o.l and u.-rvos, the stomach that  m tdo w��-ak t,1) digest food needs u toni,  to c,i'.n it blrength. And iu all rh>-  wnrl ! 'l-cr.. is no better tonic tli:i>: !>..  ^ -"ii.-. .' I'i���l< "ills. -Thpi' nchi-illv  mako  new, rich  blood, tono the nerves  > -*,' -'-' - " lien I nil si ,>.,'.,ii.li and ali  ���lie bi-lilj fiiii'-Liun-i. We submit the  " '"- ' is r,..,i" thai D- V.' ill p.m.-,'  Pink Tills will cure even the most ob-  ���l,i,,iti. .-���s,'^ nt .-.Iwiiiiu li Iroiibri-. .\11 ��  loh'i C.'.i: ("..it Sislcat.'hcw.-i'., Alia.,  ���,iys: ' For ye.irs I hiiIIVt.-iI j;i,',it tm  ture fiom indigestion. I t,���ik manv  .lilii-n-iil nip.Jii incs. but instead nt  benefit! ine; mo f was growing wihsi- all  ihe tunc, till my stomal h gut so !.l.|  I could neither eat nor drink mtiioui  p,nri lj'\en eohl water would cause i-n-  -iitri-riiig.      N'or   did    f   get   any   i.dii t  f V ever a history is written about the  ���- tho great Oanadian-rJred trotters  _ .and,, pacers,' the name of Major  Brino 2.05>4 is1'one that is'sure'to be  enrolled upon tho leading page,' for .the  black unscxed son ..of ;Wildbrino���Veta  Red lias .certainly" earned the distinction. ..-Major Brin'6 has 'had an eventful, career. As the --saj-ing' goes, he has,  beentpouiidcd from pillar to"post, hai"  been raced summer and winter, one mile  .tracks 'and ,on, two-iap ,rings, 'inrgoc>d  and bad weather alike, and all with a  leg that wn,"i very suspicious, to, saj- the  least. On the half-mile tracks the Major  always gave a good account of himself,  but it is doubtful'if he was just at home'  on, a small track. JIo has repca'tedly  denionstrnfciL his ability to beat'S.TO  on a half;milc ring, "but at the same  time horses have beaten him on the  twice aronnds that would havo uo  chance whatever with him on a' mile  oval.  Major Brino was raised up in Kent  County, and rpcehed his carlj-'education about Chatham. He hat raced for  several years, and it cannot be said  that he over went .a "bad" race.-jr/is  present Owner, William Hodson, of  Montreal, (bought him ,last fall ostensibly to race him on^ thc ice, but after  the ice raeirig season'",closed lhe gelding  was sour wert in charge of the owner's  son, Billy Ilodso',, who di 1 his spiing  training nt Brantford.  ^.During the earlier meetings on the  Canadian circuit Major Brino wok  troubled with lameness to such ,'an extent, that he eonld not ,bo started 'in  any of the races that would have bej,i  at l-;s mercy were he going sound, b-it  1hc palicnco of his trainer was lewarded  later on, when the Jlnjor won a huai al  Grand Rapids, and incidentally o(;t-allcii  his record of 2.0~A'',. Later, again, he |  raced in improved form and'once moi"  -���bowed somplliing of' the class ,ho di I  last jear at Syi'ncu"e, when he -vi ^  beaten only by a' head bv Daikev Mai.  in  2.(V;V,. 'and   right  back  in1"'.ti-2M.  Major Brino, as already staled, liii  been 'a very consistent ljici'ng pir-iuis'.-  tion. He is K! >ears old, u fice l-'ggpd  pad"-, and no one can say thaf he p\i>r  f.x'i.i'sited anything but ganieni-is 1,1 all  bin  iacc.3.  It is pleasirg to note lhat the black  ^ A eouplo,xof j-enrs ngo'a'wr'iter on n  Southern paper, in the course of a general   article   on   harness   horse, .racing  expressed  himself  as   bfjng    surprised  that any  ono  wquld ;be '.so  foolish  ns  to nttempt'Miorse',racing <in the_���wintpi-  in  Canada,,.tlio larid of .Icebergs,' as Jie  was  pleased  to  caJl  our fair-country.  Had  this  party  been jit' the  Dufferiu  track  a  while ago  ho ccitainly  would  havo changod his opinion.of the* climatic  conditions   over   here.-   Tancj'' a   full-  fledged   Harness   horse   meeting   on' the  last ..day   of:  October.   "Tliis ' is  exactly  what there was thero and there aro several   other   points^ throughout   Canada  where race .meetings jworo held. Thanksgiving Day.,   h���   ,       ', ;���        '.   - ,  ,,' As��-a matter of fact, tlie 'season   for'  harness fhorse   racing' is renl'y< longe.r  in thiS'COvintTy than it is'ovorthe bpr  der, for we'begin   our rogiilar Taco meet  ingsibcforo   oven jthc' etiTiiest -of, fhe,-  half mile  track,' meetings nrc'launclicd  in '"Ifnele"Sam's domain.  . '    ��  (The races under .the auspices of the  Toronto T>rivhig Club that'1 wore held  at'.Dufi'cnn Park on',tho ,holidaya were  more than, ordinarilv successful frorni'.fi  .fjnanjsial point' of, view,,in the attendance was tho largest that has,been sieeJi  at, such "a meeting'on the track f^r n  Jotigctiine.'       .     ,   ,  ,   .    ���' -v'  Of,couri��c  the . greatly irDproyod 'nc.-,  cpmmoijation ..for   the   spectator's   mnj-  have had something Lto"do with'thp increased  attendance, but I^m  inclined  to think, that tho meeting between tho  pacor3u'.rim rT'isher, 2.1-1  arid,. John  JIo-  K\ven, 2.0.SW,   had   much' to- do  with  the large number of pooplo^turniflg ,oui.  .John. McKwen lias alwsj-s.-been' a prime  favorite" with*Toro'nto rrice'-goers^w-hicl.  i'V niitinlv aUrilintnble tn the fact.that  his'owner' and driver invariably   tries  to  will any contest  he may t(iker part  in. ��� ��� -,, -'',.';      '      <���  ' .Tim Fi��her-had-won-two'clever races  during fhe last'Exhibition in-tbe' city,  and  a  few weeks later ho'had 'beate'i-  John  McEwen   in  a  free-for-all  at  the  'Newmarket, fair,   but   N"iit.   Uav.' ,Uir  owner, of .JMcErt'cu, was not satisfied'the  northern llj-er.could repeat the trick, a'  he'bud John,McEwen moro fit'for thi-  race, a*ul he  informed  his friends that  ho thought John -would reverse the ver  diet, which he did in liie easiest.possibb  manner, after a tough  first heat, mad<  so by a hropk at the first turn. McKwet  lost   much   mound   through   the   break,  but  so  much  did   he  outclass  the  field  opposed to him that Ray sent him'after  the heat, although no reasonul.de man  would expect him to make a drive under the i-iri'uiiistanccs. fie 'won, however, which is to the credit of the pacer  that never acknowledges deft-at.'  The second raco was ono of the kind  about   which   not   much  could   be, said  with credit.    This was a' race for 2.23  class  pacerb  aud   2.18  trotters,  aud   of  bixfiputries' three, wero without records,  two with slow records, 2.27 V5 and 2.2S',j  respectively.   Only one, J'lanet (2.23 "4)  had  a   record   better  than  I'.Cfi,  as   the  trotter Reynolds has a tab nf 2.28*4. It  does not take a very shrewd horseman  to see at the outset that sueh a raco is  bound to prove unsatisfactory, just as  this oue turned out to bo, for before lhe  race was finished Uiivers Fleming wilh  Violet, 'and'Rowntree with  Gold  King,  wero each, fined for not trying to  will.  J,  Now it is unreasonable to expect  an  owner  to  give  a 'record  to  a  horse  so  late   in   tho   Sanson,   especially   if ' the  homo   is   without '��   nvoitl   previously,  but In all fairness to the public such,an  owner should not allow his Ji<um> lo ,stari  in  a   race   that  he   is not  prepared   lo  win.    Once thc liorse'.is in the starter's  hands   it   is   torbo   presumed   that   his  owner is willing lo abide bj* tho goveiri-  iitg turf bodies. Usually in oases of thiH  kind the offenders lisno no feur'nft a fine  ���suspension of the horse and drivi-r l.s  tho proper punishment  to awn ken twHi  owners fo tho fact that they fliould  not  start, their   horses   in   race's .that'thoy  are not preparod to win,      ', ,  .At the presotil timo I could imme  nearly a do/Cii "good thinga,*' or,no-  record horses, that have i,e'i>il lipid over,  some of .thein for the entire season just  sloped, in anticipation of grubbing off-  the -ieh plums of the winfer racing, but  lo anyone who hns kept in totn-lt with  the ,,racingt, ��H' trotters and pacm thu  g.'fnio* is harder each' stu-cpeditig seaso'n.  All we have to do is to, look bail: upon  last ' * -     '  took  HER KIDNEYS  ��� -��� .-Kume hek  'fRUIT-A-TIVErSAVES|1E|t  ' '      '   '      ,        cuubr.,^ 0a  .   Two yc-^is aKo, tl���. l)(n ,,���. .  lour calls on llu- W1.l (ht.��� h<llli,' ,L [<]*y  all he could for ���,��.. , I  u ,s ^'  , '' ld^ic  intense Kidney Trouble- ;.���d .,., ''" ; ,'1"1'  mation   hail  set  in.    Two oil,".''' i"'1'.'"*  wem coiistirti-U anil atrreed ��l> "'l'"s  could bi-.dom-iolielp n,r.   '       " ,lkll'-'��K  Ip me  l)rt   the reioiiii'iu-ni,,,,,,,    ,r  l.oc:k-i;ruii..-l.(;vl!,-!lli:i' 1;,"^ik  To-day, 1 t..ite "I-lim.lTl,W���." '" '' ���>-.  .mvlieine I ,,m ,��� oxc,,,, nA .'���� <'�����/  "l-.uit-.-M.v.'s, ,s .[���- ������.,,��� ,,,..,;'" "J  .��e alter 1 had kv��� at ^Ll^V  nmiillis.       , '     ' '-'r f.'r  , lam glad tu be  t'-sliuioiii'il.    Il   m,  .;i-hlb,.,','V.':V<' ''" "'is  woman -.ur^rin^ .-,., I sll'j/',','('|  "."J'i '���"'"'  Ih-ltl uonUiul,.,,!,,,,,     '    '    "  Kn.it-.'i.trvvs." ' '* '"���'  used  I'U'  -Mas.  /,Kniit-a-tivcs"..'(he f,���  ciinj���is ;i.;Juf,H>, ledger! 11  nire in Ifie \v,iil,|, ' 'r,l),  ,,' |,  tii.il si/r-ii,*,,-.  ��'��� W]:-,:>EH,  i',' k  4 'Jlti'V  A       I -���*'<"   S-'fiU  .,        ...   ,    ,. JT1 dl'.il-'i,-., o," funuf,  lives LiiiiitcJ, Ott.m.1,  '���t,,l-���  1-lsiwje.s .this winjer. "Tims it luoU ji'v",  a niiinlw o,t ownprs made thu nustaki  of not makipg hay whil,�� die Mm d-oi,,-  t year's crop of, no-rpcord paci-rn that IWpirg them over is si'ddmn prn'litihif  k part in thij icp J'slci-s and it'will )H\\'l'^r(>'nre ,vcr>' f��>w y<.'��rn hke tlrl- I>j'J'  f.lninly seen th'rtt they were itiueh, sii-f^'eitr,' and the owin-r tii��i .race* fo: lir'bt  perior fo, tliose tliiit performed in' tiie'l money in .ovdry stiirC is the oik tliat  samo,class(tho'yoar previous,   Jt would  ""'" '--'-������- ��� -'' -������  -���  N Corns aro "caused by tho j*re��-'n)re'nf  tight boots, but no one need b,�� t'rjiubk'd  with them''long when, so simple n reins-  v,y as HidloivayJo Corn Cure is nvailn!jb>.  si^-zkzz��r~,rr.rito 'lz  will-be.'ahead in the lo  Through, indise'retion ,in eating grcei  fruit in summer many clitldien i���.,<(,me  eubject to .cholera morbus caused by ir  ,ritating' acids that act violently'o�� tfac  lining of the'lnte��lincs. pains j,,,) jaa _  gerous purgir)gsc ensue,,and the di-li(-ate '  system   of  the  child -MiJi-rs  umler th��  drain.    3n'sueli   <-.'i,sils   the  safest and ���  j)iirt-s't* 'medicine is JJr. ,1., 'Di Koilosg'a >  Dysentery  tfordial.    It will  oli>-ck thj  .iuflanfmntio" and save.,the i-hiM's lift  FOR THAT. NEW. HOUSE,  -,SacketttPJa&tefr. Board  The Empire Brands of , Wot// Plaster  UAKl.'I'ACrr'ttKD 0NL7 BY  ,    ���  ;���, ' ,    ���,,/"_,  .  i    ���  The Manitoba Gypsum Col, Limited  nflsrasBHwsHi  ���tevprtVlUi, KA>t.r  i  ���mmm>  A-New lLia[xa!ivc-  ���the beat known to^modern medicine  ���In thfl etcOv* principle which makes  so much better, tha.n ordinary physics. - While thoroughly effective,", they never  frlpe, purge or cause nausea, and never lose their oHooUveness.   One of thu  , best of the NA-DRU-CO line.   , '     >  ... 25c" a tox*    " y��ur 'ifueclst has not ret stocked them, send 25c. and vt  will mail them. ��� , ' ' ��� ' 23  N.tion.l Dru�� 'and Oi.mlc.I Compur of Cnad^ Umltxl,       -      -  Montr����L  HE FOUND THEM  NO FAITH CURE  BUT      DODD'S       KIDNEY       TILLS  CLEANED OUT W. F. BLACK'S  SCIATICA  ass     than     one    usually  meets,���; it  f~or   six  and when lie made his appeal for  som.ctliing to cat at the kitchen door he  was aslvjod by tho gr/od-natured cook to  An Oil of Merit.���Dr. Tliomaii' E,  ���octric Oil is not a jumble of, raeiHe'ina  substances'thrown together and pusliei  by advertising, but the result of tie  careful investigation of the. curativ,.  qualities of certain oils as apj>ljed to th,  human body. It is a rare c.onibiiiatiel  from the first. A trial if it. will earn  and it. won and kept public fnv��  conviction to any who doubt its powe  to  repair; and   heal.  TTonr  Do-nccrlKt   "Will  T*-II   Ytm  Murine iiyn He/nc-dy Rollavea Sore lOyca,  bii-uiifrtlieiiii "Weak Kyea. Doc3n't Smart,  Boothea K>-e Pain, and Sella for ��0c. Try  Murine    in    Your    Kyca    and    in    Raby'e  Ko was in agony when a friend gave  him   a   box.      Now   ho   recommend'  them to evciybody.  Xi-ni.is(|n,   X.l;. ���fSpecial) ��� Tn   thes,  when the stomach was empty, as I snll[i-"ld    fall   dsijs   when    the   chill   win,H  -uirpri-il    fiom   a   horrid,   burning   pain, j ''���"* st.ili/e   fho   mi,    acid   in   the   blond  I   went  to   Kdmnnton  and  c oiimiIip,!  i.i.i-   an I mum' Hip pangs nf Ithpunintisiii and  of   the   best  doct-irs   there,   but   he   tuld   s<i,'itiia    to   bring   sleepless    nights    ti  mi-  that   In- i-ciiili]   do   nothing    for   me. I "i-11'.'- -'< home, n iii.'in "s best  friend is hi  rliat   all   I   uulld   do   was   to   diet       h'oi . w '���" '"���'"1 tell his iii-iirhbnr of n  sure cm,  some  time  1   took  onh   hot water and  a| ri,r  h's toiturps.     Such  a  fiiend  is  Wm  small    piece   of   brown., bread.  for   my j I''-   Black 'of this   place. .. He: sulV.cre.d  meals,. but  even   that,  did   not  help  iii'e ��� from .Sciatica 'and lame ba'ck.     He.; was  and   I  jtiit. so weak and  run down that  f | so bad  that dip could  not'lace  his'ho'ots  | or':'turn .'in' bed.'.'.Dodd's ,,'Ividli'ey' Pills  eurp.d him, and lie wants nil his-'neigh  boi-s to know of the cure.   ��� ,'.���',���  "Yes." .\fr. Black says, in nn inter  view, "I was so bad wif h'Sr-ifitira apd-  r,ame. Back ' that I couldn't 'lace my'  shoes or, turii in bed.,, when a friend  gave ��� nip ..about'a third of a box nt  Doild-'s .Kidney Pills., ;I.started takine  them, without much faith in their curn  tive powers, and found them all thev  we're, recommended.  " Now T am re.coiniriending ��� Dodd V  Kidney Pills toall sufferers from,Kid,  ney   Diseiise.' '.���'..' '  Dodd's Kidney Pills'- are no faith  cure. They're a simple but sure cure  for  diseased  kid'nev's.  ST-cHS:  A sensible man  takes out rheumatic  kinks '\vi t h a  morning draught of  Abbey's Salt.  What do you do  with them?  25e and 60c        *2  Sold everywhere^       I  Small but Potent.���-Rtrmok-e's Vegc-  '.abla Pills ate small, but tlii-y are ef-  fecti\c in action. Their fine qualities a-j  a poirector ' of stomach troubles arc  known to Ihonsauds and (hey aie in  "(instant demand everywhere "by those  who know what a safe and simple remi;  dv tli'y aie. They lice I'no introduction  to those acquainted with tiicm, but tu  those who may not know \\\m\ They are  jire^t-nted ah the- best prcpurat ion oa  Hip market for disorders of tin- stomach.  Thc Rayo Lamp la a high grade lamp, aoliJ at a low prt*  There ��r�� t��moi th*�� oont mnn, out thnra 1* ��o b��tt��r lumir io��^�� ��' "  pr|p��. OnnHniotud of <nlld bru��| alckvl pt��t��l���������tlj k��p�� aU"'*  ori,��m��nt to knr room In ��ny bono. Th��r�� !��� notblni Vnn��n l�� ln> ��|  of Umn-m��V)n�� rh��t can tAA to lh�� ����to�� of th* RAYO I-amv ���**�����'  ltlrln�� ilo��ic^. B����rr d����l��r tttrjwhtr*. U ��o�� *.l r<>*r*. ��������*��� lat>  ���orlptlT* circular to th< na��ml *r*nrr of  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited.  All we ask is for you  to'let us buy a 50-cent bottle  Psychine (pronounced Sirkeen) from your druggist  and give it to you free to try.  of  months, but it was 'simply  'money' wasted.."'Then ono day. a friend  asked me why I did not try Dr. Williams' Pink ,Pills. I did' not "know they  wer.e intended tr, cure indigestion, but  being "assured'that .'they were, .decided  to try them. I soon found' the Pills  helping rat, but my. condition was so  bad when I (���,gan usintr thorn that I  continued taking the Pills for about  live, months before."! felt, that I was  completely cured. Then T could eat  any kind of food, and although more  than, two years have passed since mv  cure, I have not since' had tho least  sign'of the trouble. I can most heartily recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  to anyone suffering from this terrible  trouble.".' _       ,,'"  Sold by all medicine dealers'or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for    $2.50    from     Tho    Dr.    Williams'  rel'rs h.ahVnw^   h��*   r?^    "J1 .And   ���  haTe  received  hundreds  of   sands  of these BO-ccnt bottler of r��r  tno"   Ibont   th.   All.           ��  .""J thousactls of unsolicited testlmoaials.      chine,  mow   aoout   tne   wnlte   corpuscles   of  the blood  or tbe phagocytes and  what A" dua t0 lili-3 mai venous power of  And  we  do  that to nlio-v  our  their  function  Is.  That  they   are    ths    policemen    or  icaveneers of the Body.  Devouring  every  disease eerm   thaf  -,:lro  . ,u.i-  strpngthenlng and increasing the white   con��denco   In   this  wondurt.il  corpuscles of the blood. tl01'- , ,,,  ilere  are  the  dtseases In  th,  treat-   J l"^? ^r" ^'^    ^  mem of .hlch.Psychine Is Indicated.        sXd?d vreZrJZ"w.tl. a.full  inters the  body- when they are strong    v,!1"' are the. dlsftases of 'which-Psy-   ledge of the  hundreds of .thousa  ���nm'icrh .nr in  i���fflni.n, 'R.,mv.-.'.    '���    ,      chine has cured many thousand cases       ���" '"  '���      -j-  ���:r,o,v  ,1s of  Uyus  for 8c��.Ly  Eyolida  and  GranuUtion. Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,   Ont,  ���nough or in.sufficient number's.  Or being devoured in turn by these'  (Isease germs when Inferior in  ��trength.    .   ���. ^.-     ... |  It has only been within the last few  rears that ��clentlsts hay* found out  that certain herb�� itrengthen and Increase these whlu corpuscle*, or bodily  icgvenger*.  ������*'*.*   ,.f,. '���  And .these' herb* largely compoB*  Psychine.-  For thirty year�� Psychine has been  ���trengthenlng and Increaslnj the whlt��  eorpuscles of the blood.  For thirty year�� Psychine has been  ���uildtng up run-down vitality, curing  cany of apparently hopeless dUeases.  cures It has nfade.  La Grippe  li.onchiits ,  Htiiiiorrimgei  Eoi-e Thi'out  Anaemia  Fernulo Weaiinau  Indige-itiua  Poor Apputlte  Chllln and F"evera '  Slt'eplonimcHfi aud.  Norvuu�� Trouble*  : Bronchial Couch*  Weak l.iin(f��  We,ik Voice  Spring WculcneiM  Kurly Decline '..'..  .Caturrlml A��rectIon��  Catarrh of Sloiuacb.  NiKhtSweaU  Obstinate Congh��  Laryniiltlsaud  Biy��pop8lft  AXlor-efftfcU   ot FUurlky,  Pneumonia and  La Urippo.  tfttlcLtr   clopa conia'a*   vmrmm e*ld��.   btt��l  ika tW��W aaJ luau(j>. ~ -  aa  Now, we don't ask you to take our  word for the tremendously ,beneficial  effect of Psychine. Fill out the coupon  below, mall it to ug and. we'll give  your druggist an order (for.which we  pay hiui the regular retail price) for a  We have sold millions of bottlesof 60-cent bottle of Piychlno to be given  Psychine ln that time. you free of cost.  We   have   cured   hundred,  of   thou-'     We wlHundoubtedly buy and dlstrl-...    ,  ,  *naa* blue ln this manner hundreds of thou-  j    toId"'r'  COUPON No. 95  To'.th'e",Dr.   T. A.   SLOCUM. W-  193-195  Spadin* Ave.. Toronto.  Inccnpt. your otrnr to iry �� Wc. ,l"lI;'��  of Ps.vohine (pi-ouoiincisl Si-k��<=��'9;,  TourexpeiiHP. ���! n��v�� nul hud " ;' "  ' bottle of pK.TOhiiiM under thu P1":  Kindly HdviNo my drutp'^*' t�� a">reT  IU�� bottle u> luo.  My Name. ���;... ���-�����- "  Street aud Number.... ������...-���-���  My Drocsrist'a Name...���. ���'-���   Street anil Number.....   This coupon Is notftowl fornWp. hottl��  of Psychine if present' d to tho drills���"*  ���It must, bo nont. us���wo will tl.-en <"'>  The *te. bottle of Psvohlno from y<";  dnigglKtiuul direct hlin to deliver It- ���"  you. Tliis ofTer mar bo withdrawn ��"  anv timo without notico.   Send ooupo"  til THE   iiOYJK   JiKADKK
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IN YOUR GROCERY ORDER
SEE THAT YOU GET BT 	
COSTS NO HORE THAN THE
ORDINARY KINDS
DAME" FASHION'S
DEGREES
A'jlKWUrN'O pvoiiing cloak ia most essential to tho fash-
jo'iinbln outfit, and it is rather strange that moro women
do not u-ali'/.e the fact, , Any wruji siiflicienfly warm
g. „i itself flffoi'liv'' is chosen, without the slightest rogard
kiiiiiir i»'id 'l** t0 whether 'n'tfu'or, texture, shape—or, it
" ,1,1 hi' f'l,,,i tdiapplehsui-ss—-it will make a woman look her
lA\ &» 'he stands under the njosl, tiyhig of nil lights, those
___* tie lobbv ,of a'Mlu-ntre or opera" butt si-, or'even 'at the
fatrbio' -»i'le "ri-jduuraiit*. I*or sonic'unknown mason tho man-
,M'«c(-t <il •'" l>»l,l'<' plac'l IJ».V hinall atteiilnm to theeffoct
Jlht' isidilf, and'Ahe woman who has bi-on lli'e cynoMire of
1U ei w I'-'r »<**' beauty in her box at .tin- play or the opora
„ (r'uisfonned into a, hideous paneattne or he-r«-lf under
H^cj, h.uBP lights. u ir   '
To b- gin1 with, nil everting wraps, to bo worn during tho
muter sr7isoncshOuldylH) made very warm. No woman looks
,fil Kith a red nose, audaill the powder in the world put on
most ml'fticiilly will uot work the miracle that will hide the
rvj r,i pimple nose that-being too lightly clad bestows upon
__,.. imleitiimilo, individual. Tho woman'Winning the cost-
dent cuiifceiion of brocade, and ,lace will not, compare in
bciulv.iuiii altrai-tioii'Wftli tlic.woiiun in ii Comparatively iu-
I, isikm^h garment of cloth with fur i-ollur that cnu bo pulled
ip aroui»T (he thcont, or rather at the back of the neck, for
lis exp»r"*'' throat does not convey the same effect becauso it
Mws mil. j'lvi- the sensation of cold. ,Vr   r
,.     <i,   <      -«,.■_, u
fstiuprb and costly in the uxtfetne nrcjhosp made of chin-
/iilln und sible, but those,, as-'plight be siippo,sed, Src only
for.tin ffivort-d few, for the price is positively iiroliibitive to
weight at the back of the neck. It is constanilv reiterated
in these- columns the iiei-csnily of nfr7-ntii.ui to the smallest
details of drew. That the; lining and ii.upiliniug of ali winter outei garments be warm and jet light means pvervtliing
to the wi,iii«r of fiu-sc large cloaks, and there arc plenty of
fabrics that combine tlip two ipi.ititie's winch aie eompara"
tivoly im^j.ptisivp ,uid effective Plusli, wliij" or co'loipd, is
one such fabric. The™ are v-vcral varieties nf if, nnd if it is
used wilh a very light wool wadding is delightfully warm
aud uot I'lumsy. , "    '
•     .     * i
i      i      t       ., ,
ISxlremely smart this -.e-isrni i-ie evening emits of brigade
and velvet, and again tin- ile-ivy vitUi u\w*t (,p mi-Jnded. Those
follow the narrow lines of the guivit jiml pro r.i'licr cxtreim,
ai.d severe, but be it0iCJiipmbered always that while the back
of tho garment may be n.uruw. fho" fronts must be'wide
enouch to fasten over. Heavy fur trimmings '.'uo required
for these cords, but i{ if, not de'inaudod that 'Hit- nn-st t»tpen-
sive kind be u-,,,1. Tlu-y must lie- e;i<et!\i- and the brocaded
material    ol   'tin;   coat   must   nl-c  for-   e'ToctiM-   i-,   coloring
o«st','IU*''.'lt'' "f gcv.-ns Over vvhieh they are -worn. Many have
,o p'oevi-s, others are eu£ with "deevcH and cloak, all in, oue,
lhe sleeves'.".o wide and loo«e As to in iiiKwny.IoukiJiko sleeves,
%cly .is p'trt nf tho cloak" itself. Thin bhous to tlie best po«-
iibie sdvantnge Hip beatify of/my htr, the'markings of sabie
toil chinchilla btanding out i.i  full 'relief.   , ,    J-    >
Wlii, B1JITISH M-P.'S BE PAID
A Hot Discussion is Going on in England
as to Whether legislators Should
1 Have Salaries
LIN' Canada a man expects to be paid
for whatever be doer.. II«> doe« not
care even to *>erve lnp country for
nothing. Generally Hpe.-ikuig he could
in that direftion anyway.' In the United btates politicians expect not only
salaries but opportunities for graft,
Kntjin does not pay her m.-mbcrs oi
Parliament, but now that di-iiioi-i.tiy is
growing in thc Old Land, .and poor men
.up entering the House'of ('ominous, thu
question of the advisability cf givijug
salaries to legifcdatGTS is becoming an
iinportaut one "there. Mr. Ilalfour, as
leader of tlie 'Conservatives, is against
Parliamentary s-alaries. Hut the Conser
■vativc jiress is divided. The M&ming
Post, Standard, Globe, Pali Mall Ga/.
ctte, Daily Mail'and JJaily K\prov> are
for it. The Times, Spi-ctalor, Daily
Telegraph, and Manchester Courier oppose it. The general aigumunt in favor
of the salary programme is well stated
by the Conservative livening Standard
aud St. .lames' Gazette, of London, as
follows: '
"lu other walks of life payment for
services lenderetl docs not prevent him
who pa>s getting due return for his
money, or linn who rcveiwa granting
honoiablc .service. , A Oabii.it Minister
Is none the wor.-e because ht> draws large
sums from thc Exchequer, nor does a
flip-hop <■) a parish priest underrate the'
d-gi.ity of ldh po^itiun because- il carries
with it a salary. Thi.ie an-, it' is1 true,
ail\i"iliirpr,H who would liud i'a'rliameilt
•nore attractive ifja'salary v,-ei« attached to it. IJut theie arc a.hentur, rs )vho
find'Parliament attractive even without
.i s'llary. Hoipe.few eiei-j) in . Tin, rl<V
lois more genera'Uy havi- ?uflicicut s6u^c
to discriininatc between a candidate
with laudable and'a candidate with zie-
fauoiih ambition^ <As for pav-ment in-
crpasin'g thfcvelas8 of piofusMbnal politicians  nnd  carpet-baggers,, we' fail  to
so    "   '        " "   '■■— -'-•-'--
t'i
Acother of the curiouH Bibles is the
" Persecuting Printer'*" Bible, contain
ing the jihrase, "Priuters have pprse
cuted me without cause" (Psalms,
cmx : 101) 'The substitution oi tlw
word "priuters'' for ''priupt-n" » ren-
ponsiblp for the giving ef this name to
this Bible.
All v\o know of this edition is ->tnttd
by Sjteveiio iu his catalogue of, the ('ax-
ton Inhibition of Bibles. This author
itv tells us that these words weie put
iniu a"Liable pTtiitc>i'ui.-iori- S"i>2.
There is also the V Kara to K;ir"
Bible, in which occurs the txprission
*' \v hoso hath ears to car, let hi»n hear' "
(Matthew xii..- 43). This adaptation to
cockney usage is found ,n :in octavo
Bible publinhed by the Oxford Press in
into a Bible printed before 1702.
Among the curious Bibles may be
mpntioked the '/Standing Pishes"
Bible, containing the phrase, ','Auil it
shall come to pass that .the fishes .shall
stand upon it," etc. (Kzekiel xlvii.:
10). The word "fishes" is used for
"fishers" in" a"quarto Bible piinted by
the king's punter in London, in ISOG,
and repri&tpd int'a quarto edition or
lb 13, us well as in au oetavo edition ot
182.1.'
GRANDFATHERS GUN
'"IT HE man who hunts with n modern
X. iiainJiiL-v 1< si shut-gLijj, bu'i-vli iuiiu
ing, short ot bairei, and light' in
weight, has little idea of lhe labi^r -.hat
Ins giaudfjithgr, who fhot i.nge aiid
small y.ii-.ie mtti a Joiifc single ui doiiblo
bin relied mii^yiC'louiliiig gt.n, i.ud'to uu-
deigo lor his sport, '' •
'Xne old fin aim was, about a fuot
longer lh<iu-tlte gnu of today, und-^o-
niiiiii arid betwe-.-n its two bttrrolii ,u
long wooden'lauirod i,esl/e,l, vvilh which
it vvao iioceasury lo rilm the pcwdci and
pro^s tlio shot liito the bairel for every
discharge.
When the old-time hunter had poured mro the palm or his Jen chancl just
>-c.«
, Tlie nninrnsp i^r-ifit' in  T.ong^rsland
will ,, undoubtedly   caua«
increns'1
Tins, is
demand
ui    pi (.'iv i : ,   tn
Bioc.ule  Velvet iiveii-.p^  C'O.it
i   i
•I
■n 1
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n i   .
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n
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I'll
th.1l,
'TV    1,
tein:
' u
li'i tl,,s -i • on, and
h   ii  1-.  i ■ t al v •.'■ ••
I ui  f.i  vi  i !■ veivi t,
,<■   s ,,>   v\   itc   tins
|,.<,.-. it [•> uifliculi
,u\   o,   ,,t    ill inn   •'
~l> i.-l  .-. 11 u   «f -ible
..   .Ill   .'l  I,.MO, I'I   I "'ii
m ||. ,i i   or  lilac1,
I,.it  k, , ,i  lu.-.im   s
im  1  invents ii   ,im-
.Into   In -.   nt   \ih . n   ,h' ip   ai,-   spveial
11.'!.i ii.vii   tu   1   liui >1 "-I"-,  •""'   '>'' "ls  ""'
c |..ng->  in  .i  Mip'il'  lo.ilvig  gnnio.U.
in.nii.I  tin-  liulli-m  of the  ovciuig ilcik, wide
•j.   Mill-   .vlioi,   Ilu".-   ..io   -l'<'v -   ."'•'   'j"" ls   ol
i,-nt  ot  th,- <«,il   no iii"-t  .-io.livi- and bpponi
p.tipnso the louir liini-d tu"  ,i-<- ill ', skim.,
IPIISplv     p'ipillll      Vl.ll    il"'    I'sllOl
i!   i'i   i is ot    to ti,v  dilli ii .1   -i l'> '• "-  '
-I ou   -oalski'i.     'I ho   'in--1 it,  w1 uli
'   >.n   than   the   so  I,   is   il-"   ■>   ta-!,u,iMblo  turn
v 11 -.   on.Mtiw ir c- -t •-     'l.ii-H"  '"s   l"-0P^-rv
•>  T up  in  put.,  but   .1  is   i-iio-   - the   !<-- e\|.ou
iu-  spvoiai   dilleu-iil   M" ,'111' s
(oinlniip piotii.iiiv   nnd sivb-   n   ls
i'Ii ,ut (he l.jil' is i f Ivui
.' i' - in ev,ui-ilt t In. y
li - ,    ,,.ill l ip 1  v. nil vna i   id!,, '
!.    i    a .i    -.   v i : .il     '.ii. ii   1 '^-     ' ^
i    oro i'.o -., , 1,,-m Iv  11, it   it   i <n
I,   i1-  v hi, li       Bl>'   III"   I'll'" l   '"
, ' i, .'i.i.^ii, aud  pill--  ii i  a
•  '" w a ',1 th" t ,,„ ui- ui vv Into m
' Il    111, -I    s| | ikl-  jy    U'slllts,      ■.    ' Il
1   '   i-  v\ ..n, m  ot   li uiti ,1 mi  i   -
.'   '|ll. si l(, i   of   UlPss   Is   I II    (if
.M   i     v
i.is  il
si i I..!
it
and desiK"".. Velvet brocade i» Mi" inoio elfectivp, as the design
stands out in bol !er rcliot from the background, but the
heavy satut bnu'a.ies, espci-inlly those v.ith'l'uge patleru, are
vGty'smart' and cvwwiti-'v bciiut'U'iil in coloring. Pink, blue,
yellow, c niasoi,, mauve ..t'd a , 'itiiiii shade ol grppn are one
and til! lashionabfo. ,ytfi editor dsik nr light fin looks well'
with tlic-i" i-uldr--. I'i-r .-ib-olutply, piaetuul us" a black
brocade is tin- lipsi. ami ui lo-s the shape is too prououncod
and distiiicl'ie it will ionium ip A\U< two nnd tlnpp seasons
. . *     *     *,* .,.
The Mido, gricplully draped heavy s.itiu and satin finish
i-lnlh cl'.al-h ii'e .il-o ii> l(\)i 11. The i.i-hion, is, h(iwe\er, not
ntw,  aiili.i'g'i1 'ii sr"   ,ui   ui' ii     pm-.ts  ,\i  dilTeipnoe   to  be
I ,islnoi>.iMo
>j   ,1.0 1  n,\
ill-.   ,i
iblo
I,
li--,
(I    VVllO'l    It     I1-
guild invest
llift  most .,pTaotica)"iti"vestmonts'.'is  fhi-   f"nr coat,
"    to do dutvfor many (Ve.oasions.     lhe ordin-
"  linoil   cr;ii;uienl   vvliioh   havo
,'h  a iv i not  oust l>
■'•''■ '.-.- initili
'"'A   fur   I'uat   aiiil   tb«   fur
■vurn .!,„|l, d-iy'-ind evening and which aiv. .
I'n,-:i,-:;i. invest mt'iits. but. tiiov aro not,, smart and iiro,
J,0' 1" ho included among the fashionable. eVeuiilg wraps.'. Ilu
ut .".Hi. of fl'm.st Persian moire,: or broadtail majlcin a
^f hist. ;-!iar,„i back, so long as to entirely cover the Kowi;
.""•si. vvi,.;(. u,.lt ,..„.,, ,-r"0ii(.'is widpr.than the |0ntire. back
J"-1 niarvol<u,H exhibition of tho skill of tlie designer. Ilioso
"'"^ c.'-mi lie crossed one over lhe other, t.he outer ono I listen
,'j;"" "ll' shdnblpr n'tid <h-;i|,i-il in shawl folds, or both fronts
' a !i|t.o open at lhe t.liroui, fall in noft, jabot, like liii''--
i;V",; '""del in soft volvot. or heavy 'brocade is als.
,!lv" but lacks the individuality of tne fn'"-
h .■lord velvets of evqiii.sito color und .sheen and _t.Hi
b "Ml'l't of tiatins, like the satins used for furniture.covering.
,.' ',,">'o Mipplp, „„■ ex-M-oinolv smurl ami becoming;' thes-
■•i.v.":"!(' »» Mo- same linos ■as't.h'e nll-piivplojiing fur closuis
•_'s "'list carcfiillv fitted arr.iliid the neck and shoulders
i»rn,"\" Mlw'0'« romembp.eil that, it; this be iittnin«d t"
Mill Wi!l ,ln <-.o.n fort able and not. heavy, -while if it be
kmi'u there will be that, sickening sensation of a dragging
Tl,,
»ttr;i,
(',-
fo
large body
' '-The limits of representation'wonld
be largely widened. As things arc, only
a eompaftitivply ' few representative
people can hope to enter Parliament.
The-ry.il are well'rcprfcseutfcd;' the jioor
are not inadequately.represented, thanks
to levies and strict economies. That immense portion of the middle class, which
is neither por/r nor rieh, ,but certainly
not, rich enough individually to stand
the racket of a' place in Parliament;, is
all but unrepresented. Payment of
members would accommodate labor, no
doubt, but we should not bo very much
surprised to discover that its larger result would be to bring into the service
of the nation a number of. shrewd, experienced moii. who are now debarred
from tho full exercise of their political
faenltics."   ' '
The London Times, however, thinks
."it-isia mockery to pretend that the
payment of members throws lhe field
equally open to all classc." A member's manifold 'electioneering expenses
could not be made much lighter out of a
salary of $1,000 of ■ $1,500. But why
'"pay members for sittingrih tlie«3Touse
when men of the highest ability can be
got for nothing?" asks thes>Outlook. On
,tho other hand, declares the Pall tMiiil
Gazette,, I he present system "saddles a
'trood many 'constituencies with candidates who" have no other,, qualification
than that of money.'* = .The Liberal
Manchester Onardiau ' appeals „ to the
common law, and observes:
"Payment, of membeis, so far from
l>cing a' new or revolutionary .principle,
.-vas, origin ally a reommon-law right. The
members of.the-'early Parliaments were
all paid, and as late as 16S1 Lord Nottingham decided iu'favor of a member
for Harwich who sued his constituents
for his wages. Tn 1SJ6 LordtCampbell
gavo it as h:b opinion that tho common-
law right still survhed, and that a
member could still insist on the wages
paid by-ancient custom. Iu taking payment for his services' the modern Labor
member is only reverting to the older
traditicn which was broken down in
comparatively recent times by candidates who held out as an additional inducement to their constituents to elect
them that they were cheap and would
serve, for nothing—would, in fact, pay
by entertainments, and charity subscriptions, for the-priv ilege of representing
them in Parliament.''
B
days—he   pouu-d  it   carefully,  into  th
bairel.    Lt.vvas a knack to wrinkle' Lhe
palm bo that 'HO' powder should tail  to
the ground and be wasted.
iSext^the old-t,ime hunter tore off a
tew small scraps'tioni a newspaper that
he carried in his pocket., 'This was another knackj Iot ,too much or too little
wadding mightfi injuie his marksmanship. ,'l hen ue diew the ,ramiod,' turned it "end for end" in the' air'with'a
giaccuul douribh, aud let it diop'of its
own weight iutci the barrel.
Then tlio pfoeess of ramming' the powder'began. With dett unit ,/foicible
downward thiusts the hunter packed the
powder into the base ot the barrel',' arid
also bentsome grains up into the nipple,
which vv/aa soon to be covered with the
pVrcus&ion cap, thus "priming"' it. so"
that the cap would not'exploda without
exploding the powder.
Now he witlldrew the ramrod, dropped
it buck into its'place beneuiii tlie u.u
mis, measured out the shot with the
same acquired skill' with, w hieh he hai.
.neasuiej ,the powder, and let it flow
(lattling into'the barrel. '
. Next came the wadding for the shot,,
just about as much as/lor the powder,
out more carefully.' and lightly pressed
in. It the hunter wished to hit large
game, or for any reason to plump his
-hot'into one spot, he mois.tcu.ed it be-
iore- he put it into the gun'^it xhis'was
lone it scattered less* when discharged—-
ji- he believbd that it .did. ,  l , i '
Both barrels loaded, and the ramrod
back in 'its place, the hunter rested the
gun i on his left arm, halt-cocked both
carrels, and procecdt-d-.lo take his round
box of caps out of his'pocket with bis
nght hand, and put two of these little
detonating engines en his nipples. ,. It
was always neieSsary to have good caps
aud"keep them dry; for nothing in the
■ild hunter's'experience was more dis
tressmg than to get an excellent aim,
and then to have the cap "snap" with-1
out discharging tho gun.
To those wno wond^i how men eon! 1
have enduied vvilh patience stieii a long
loading process, it may, be obacrvoa that
a ',-uu ot this sou v,a- a gieat improve
ment ou all that had gout* before, and
that percussion caps marked almost as
gieat an advance as bieech-ioadiug guns
weie to make atteiward.
It
paiel" that the-e improved Home Dye1- j di.'i k grow inj
lend    tli'u     servuis      Portie-is.   Coiii-h j tin-   n-iuiLet'5
Cover,,  Table  ( ocer,, .Shade    Curtail »,, gn-atlv   liiirii^-  th"   next  vior.
Draperies,  or  m   fact anj thing lliut   is | iri.!u.up,l l.v  tin  .lirc.idv strong	
imide of Cloth ta'i be iiMde to look just I for  biei'.teis  toi 'tin-, co'iuiug sobsoiJ, As
like  New.     , t "if it  rcquiii", <nlv   ten 'io tvveftp wppks to
•Ni"'"r Cy to (oior nnythirg a  Light  >><',j». the diickhng irotn the s|]( ]|  ready
or shade than Uiv urtiilp H ougiuallv.   J foi   the  tublp.  thonj  is  „'i  ',] portnm'ty
While oi  very b.»ht colored g-xidseiv   in  tic-, liohi-trv  for i|U<ck  profits.  Pe-ed
he lived any. darkei shade, Ar any t'Oloi  In  I, j»ii_  but  (lu-  iro.irn ed  met hods  in-
.hist as -..K.n (i, \ i,u 'have d-i ide.l j ;m In, ,'d t,f I-ki, j ears' i;l(o due. eelturr-
what you ate going '... l>ve. yon will have riikiwl th, er.st Somo growers
we/it to know limv miii-li'vou v. .11 io Mo.iir.t u-e thp imjsc','n.provpil nielhodH
'quirt- Por the l.ighlei shades, and f,,r|i i to},",r.t to j.e.i. ;,-, t!n-y apply a lisll
tiniill article-, ,su> ji ;,, iJibbyns. Silit orldiit Ki.til the diuk*. cMer the'killing-,
Cotton Clove-, Stoel.ni^-!, Bb,nsiM. ct'-., r p< • s 'I lu ,v ont:!" in n-- oai a meal and'
one packu^e a-, a iiiIp »ill bu siinicien;. },r i;r f,, ,i fir ,T I, i-it tv,,j p.i.ks 'pie-
For heavy ^'Jxi\, Coats, Ouit.iiu-. eti.,' vio'iislv. -,s u ,,, u,-(e^arv to eliminate
st   i,s, best uif   p>ism1,1c   t<i   weigh   your'the  !i,-h--  flavor.
g<„ils  bi.ft.Ti,   they  me  net  and   use   a']      v,gPPai   m im   d,„U-  v.mv-  ,,a  into
paciwge to .ibciut a pou«,l e-f good'. ,,.,., st„,,,gc- iliirng tin   diipping s..ftMju,
"  .   ' ' , as ■•onii   yullrv op- nilui -. thought  that*
TUEN1NG  EVAPOEATION  TO, USB ," > !•"   mwriut   v\on{,.l   i.-hiiii.-n   after   the
'crop'' had been n-oved. There is every,
i'V is'fairly well Known
rowel  be  hung iu tli
that if a wet i
he  window  the!
now uiL-*In''ltnl"n" ,''ilt " W!"- ,1Y°'' l!in "u"ners
'roi.m .beeomoh almost immediatevI °- \.l\l" \fo"l«<' "<;•< '• ','"•>' reap, splendid
severardegrees cooler. The rc.i.-ou io'r! I'10'1"" One llouKryreitn«r in Chicago
this is that' when water, or, m fact, a„v M "".'f.''1,t?1' ttlJl) ''"4"^ -',l'!'rA.v h^
liquid, evaporates, it b«conics,eoolei. ,U Iil ","''"'n ,.'""'"t U' ,ltt;,,lt. :i i1^"
a little alcbl.olV otlu i ^ spill, rt oii-nM,rVrt-. Srt- ukl,"-r » *».«.» aM- lhe
'the liaud the cool sensation experienced
AN   ANCIENT  DIE
N  the  museum  at   Athens   is  show,
u ii   .   ,-,  .   ui, ii.lv iin'.onlv  <je iiii-i
antique  die  used  for  coinage  thai
lis new extant.    It was found  in  Egvp
I!
QUAINT BIBLE EE.ROES
ESfDES    the     "Breeches    Bible."
there   aie   other   issues   renowned
frr   cm..,   ^g "J1/;,  ^™xxll   in 1004, and con.sIStS,of bronze, engra\
'       '       "" eci   v\itti   the  ow'l   lhat   was, stamped   oi
tho  "Place M.iker?
from "Blessed arc, the plnee-uiakeis"
i-YinU. v.: 0). Tins extrabiilin:,ry mis
pnul occurred ;-. lhe second edition of
theGeneva Bible, published at Gtucv.i
in folio in irifil - The mistake was corrected, and never occuried again.
Again, iheie a the'' Vinegar Bible,"
containing "The Parable of the Vine-
•,-,■11,'" n.sK.td oi "The painble of the
Vineyard," tvllii.li appears in the ch.ip-
tei hiMdii'g t Luke x\., M an O-cfoid
edition of the aulhmi/ed version which
was published ui 1717. The book was
uper.al folio, and is said
Athenian utiu-dia-lima pieces, vvhicl
edutaii od about as much silver as thic
quai tti-dollluis.
' 'the die is of scientific interest o
account of the evidenro it gives of th
siull ot the jiu-ilMis, three or imi . in
di>"d years bol ore Christ, in menallu-.g;
It contains abour t\ve,i!y-tvvo and oi.i
h ilf per cei.l. ot tin. and m-.iily seve'.t.
pi i cent of CQppei. It is extiemei.
Ih.n.l. but at the i- line time po«-ses»es -
ceitiin nialleabiluy, due to the gr( :v
oii'.irj    01     th..    ,>uti|>e."   and    iu:,    Wlilci
!    i     ii .       .,„f„„,v ,-   ,u ii,„ fw    v.eie eaiefuilv  fieed  liQui ..11  traces e
to be the most -umptuo.is i,i alt tlio U^- •
ford Bible-..    '1 i.,   p.'ntn.g is very be iu
tiful, and souk of thc eunov were pr.ut-
r,l on \plhnn, but untintu: atcly the
proofs were . uok •siy re id, and the-
book referred to w is called "a lus\et
fi.l of pmileis' eirors," a eir,-ui-i-t:ince
that  now   c-.u' .-"   il   to  bo   pn/od   as  a
C I! 1 , OS |', V .
"The" ^H(•^"1 Bible" is the queer
ini'c that hi-- been g,vc-. to an i liuou
of the Hiithori-o'l Hil.lp, printed in Lou
.Ion by Rolieit 1 ..iri.or and Maitni Lih-im
in li,".i i •,!•• -'u- lu-s'itivp iv «s left
out of the fAeven'li f'ommand-iient, and
William Kilbu' u- writi-.g m lli"'i, sav.-,
thit. ovvii g lo tin- Will (f Pi. Ps-dior,
the   nrinfp's   weie    fined   tvio   tli msaiid
lead aad /in, to preserve the liaf.ines.
iiid fiO'it -irsiiuc And tuitiuiiiny t
.iv Old   bnttlti.ess.
IIOilE DYEING
Has it ever miiiired to you what :,
lnye nu nbe- ol SLintr- one <.,n Dye ,.
Ho.oi, al.d i» that vv i.> iil.ike' quite ..
s.u n _c?
When on --'i.'pp "g c\peo"it ton«, yon
h'Mi r/tlei- i it ii ' oo lhe '■ Bai_j.ii i
Uoiiulets*' lie niiiit.-, of).'red .it ii.li
i ulijiisly low pn.es '1 ho reason im
tlu'ip low in..-, v..is not bv any me.i'
in. mi-on-l o, the initeti.ils being o, i
|>oi r qiiilitv,  I h'   i,,',','i  "  lhe sh i,Ji>, ,>r ,
•     - .', , '   •   v !,     ' I "   in Ueru.ls
is due to. the rapid evaporation. *N'ovv
the atmosphere contains,'water vapor,
and when this reaeli"s a eerta-i: pi reent
age, taking account of the temperature,
the humidify becomes oppressive. The
reason is that at a certain temperature
-flic air can hold only a certain amount
of this water vapor, and consequently
no more can evaporate.    ■ ,. ,
This principle is applied on the plains
and in hot, dry regions., A rporous' jug
filled wilh water is, suspended from life
rear axle of the wagon, and the water
gradually steps" throuqli the pores of
the jug. As it'reaches the outside it
is at once dr'ed up or evaporated by
the sun and by the wind created by tlie
motion of, the wagon. This, makes the
water^ contained very cool indeed., In
Tndia even ice has been made by thi--
piinciple alone. The water is put in
shallow pans, on the1 outside of ivlnch
are bundles of straw saturated with
water. As this' evaporates iee io form
ed in the pans. , v
■'      V -;   ' ., ,
.    , t        COCKADES
HOW, many of,our friends in America
who are want to decoiate with
cockades thc hats of their coachmen aie 'aware, that, from a European
standpoint, they are in no way entitled
to make use of this emblem, seeing that
it is an indication that the wearer is
a servant of royalty f . v  -
Ja all countries but'the \Ii.,itcd Stales
the cockade can be legally worn only
by serva'nts of royalty, including naval
and military officers, diplomatists, and
tho lieutenants, deputy-lieutenants, and
J high sheriffs oi counties. As worn by
thesp its color is blncic'and its intro i
Iduction to Utigl.ind in this form is due'
to the house of Hanover, although coi k
ades of various coIcts have been known
in  England long before tint time.
In the timo of Chailes I. there was
pmploied a scarlet cockade, but under
hiS sou this gave wav to white, this becoming the badgo ot rhe T.icobites. vvhiie
mange was that of Willi-nn of Orange.
Orange is still the color in the Nethei
lands, while other ~I*nropenii nation-
show a laijjt. var'etv of hues—blark and
v\'utp in Germany, black and yellow m
Austria, the tricoloi in Fiance «-cailet
m Spain, blue and white in Portugal
v'nnfi] ic-ently, al l"a?t), and black, red
ard j ellow in Belijium.
The word "coekade-"' is deiivod froT
the IVereli coctrdo, which wa- original
ly- applud to the plume- of cocks'  fea
thers woin by  Croatian soldiers serving
in the French armv.
ugly duekhug" ot Lung Island barnyard is1' no i'lMguifimit factor in tho
wealth of some of the i'iti7ein ol Nas
-au County, ISev.   York.     '• ' <
j.
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"a!
quickly .stops cuutihi, currv colds*,  heal
she  throat und  luafj^.    4   -       - ^5  c«att
3TOY^ POLISH
is the best polish in the
biggest box.' It is a
paste, aud far less trouble"
„ than any other preparation.    ^A   gentle   rub' _
brings  out   a  brilliant,
lasting shine.    Is .without'a rival for polishing'
• stoves, pipes, grates and _
ironwork. ,
If your dealer doM not, carry,
"Black Knieht" Stove Poli-h in
stock, send us his name and loc,
and we will send a full size tin
by return mail.
THE F. F. D VLLEY CO, U«rr£D
HAMILTON, ONT. 32
Afakerv of the famous "j m,/- SA*t? Polish.
A;:a\
pounds   sterlmi-       Pi   I,aud 's   publi-he I   often beire of Piipei ior nualit v.
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■Blocii: Velvet  Oo it  wit.i  Cluncmli i   v^oll u   ami Cuffs
,oticc<i in the dnipirg at lho;bneU. They have been so pop.i-
■ir for summer wraps thai, if was quest ion ed whether they
ho'nld be again ii.cl.ele.l' iu-tho winter tiishtous. but thoy are
been niade warm enough hy interlining.-
loii-'lii  of A he  overling wr:i]>,  this  season  the
the sui'U'test,' but  theie are  also a  few shorter
he  seen'''which   have   t he  practical  advantage   that
so ensilv  be'slipped  <iff ,at   the   theatre.     All   even:
oats are long enough  lo P»ver the .;
evv  even  lou'cli   the  ground  alt
h'ieu.  by  the  way.     The  loogm
f;ir more practical  and cv
,„e or two- of the  new  model ,
"the   sides  and   in   front,   form.rg  rather    he: oflec - of  a.
,;,   ed   back  .with   a   long   lr...:..M   sk_..-t.      1 Irs. is   all
""'u -1 1)(   sivle  of skirt  is I'omna rat ively  shjirt
inil have
As for fin
"ull length is
•apes to
hey can
ape
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1,
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own  entirely;  some
,.,u:.'! —a  ui'.est. senseless' fa-
lii it. .iiist   cleaiM   the  ground
•rv   bit a,s  graceful.     There .are
;  made'lonsi'i' at the back  than
Corn
I ruined'skirt.      Ill's   is   till   very
noiks theie i, a copy of fie Ian
',-Mer due. In." 1i 'f the pnnlcis be
fined Ibret thou-aud pounds, but anothqi
iiitliori'y !-•• •• thil 'ho real fine
was one' of fifteeii ntindred pound-, in
IIu ted bv tli, i i h'n-l'i>i> "to be e\
]>ended on a f mi -it of does typo " Only
fioi, ropie- of 'h - -'-arie Pibl- ue iu vv
known, as the pditioi was destroyed,
and all t Ik copies called in as so m as
the    mi-iakp    s. i-    i'i-muik ' Thr   e
i-M-ts  a   fiprni'iii   P,ib!e   conf'iimig   the
s'ime  mistake.
II, but  us the  pre:
.(. .sliiiiil 1 have  sccip  reference  to
vc...
tnd  round,  the cloak  or c-oa ,,,„,,
it nnd be round also, or even square, across the back.
A MOTHER'S ?*A\SE
Mothers are always willing to shower their praises on a medicine', that, not
only   relieves  their  precious   little   ones
from   pain   but    removes -the . .::iii-t '
keeps, tiie'iii. well, bright,' active and
happy. Such a medicine i.-. Haby '.-
Own Tablets. IV'o other .medicine' for
little ones has received such .praise
from thousands of thankful, inothers.
These Tablets never fail to relieve the
little ones from nuv of the. manv little
ills that afllict (hem., Mrs. Tlios." Hodgson, Riviere du Loup Station, Que.,
writes: "I always' keep Baby's Own
Tablets in .the house, and have given
them, to my two little ones with the
best results. I always recommend them
to my friends, as they are a grand
remedy." .The Tablets are sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents
a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Now, these baig.ms euell be f.ii.et-
ii, ,. _,,• o,. i l l>, Dv i-ing the
ticicd-, the inloi- i, i.Id be ih'iugtd to
lhe most di lu ,te -hade ol liy ot th'
ia-hion ible , olu- p.-pn1 n at lhe time
\nd i< nit ii In ' tliit it doesn't make the
sliijliii-; dilcr,-...' whether the gund-
ne \v. . ! ( rt "'. '-ilk, or Mim-.I, 'a-
I'u r-- ne ir.,'e, Dm- i ok- 'hit wit h the
.-•amc Dm oi e i.ui color cloth oi Anv
Is.'n,1 pp. tei tlv
^ ,,n in i\ pns-ibly have a die-s Uiat
is b irdlv vv..-,i it 'ill, but is out i.f
'.i-'i i 'i a- t„ idlor and s;-\le. lieu-
igi n tl-i-e -ii A'' iloine Dv,- step n
to help tiui.g- out . Kip it up; Dye it i
fashionable shade-, aud with new pat
ferns make it- into a most stylish .gown
that .will' be the envy of your Lady
frieiii's. ' ■       ,
White  .Summer   Dresses  can'   be   Dved'
delicate  shades   of  any   color  by  using
these    new Home Dyes very wwik—say
about an eighth  of a package to about
live gallons of water.
THE  PROFITABLE DUCK
j^PS 7"fIR>." the W'litri lemnves the silver
T>      covei fior-i the tra\ and displays
to sou-,  eve- the -tean-iug l o i-l
duck   at   -nine   i lshionatile   re-taip-.i'ii
vou little think of the tax vou :ue viv
ing to some Long Tsland deck produe"
neifh- r de  ;, on  lealire  Ilu-. prijfit  then
i-  in   producing  Long Tslni.l   diipk'ni',-
for   mniket.      Dining   th"   ]i-ist   tvvehi
mo'iths two pro lucers made  37,.<ini) between   them    i,i    railing   duckling-    In*
eoi.s'umption   i-i   Xevv   York  and   in   tin
other    lnrsje    eitie-       I'l-or-i-mi-    pin'u-
v\( re   itpilvpd   bv  ail   dm ' ,gr iue's  ili->
inn- {In- 1 .st -pa-('i. vvhuh i- conce.I nl tn
jihave bee'i the mo-t luiiftil.le oi.  leeord
j     Owing to n i>'irtiil fail. -.  ef the du
I i lop   iu   the   We-t   doing  tin-   i«i-t   f'
\p.nr-.   the   cities   i-i   tl, -   y\< 1 'Ic    V-
I iv,    tieen'opened   to   tie   I ...
i inner.    T here  has ben a ci'l
ling*   from   ,. nlv  e- erv  situ
w "-t   i-  ('Ih'.isjii   I'n.l  wi'ii Ui     i-i.'i<-i-
in the dee.-in.l f he p-1. .'• li ■    • • I- n"'- •
l<,  the   high—t   p—i f   "\"   ' '    " "      T'     ,'
-ei-o-i   1-   iio-v    over  -nu'   orolucei-   aie
,.hiii' n '.' the -  ■ rntit-      " h" i'',in   io  b •  I
.'in  with, mi- the lug" ' iv   i   -,, ml,-,-e 1 ,
hv   i,i,ng Tsl ii-d    i".'   v it'i iu ' ' !  pri(,'-  j
IS YOUR SKIN ON.FIRE?
Docs it seem to you tint you can't
stand another minute of that awful,
burning itch t
That it Yii'ST be cooled!
That yoti'MGbT have- relief *
Gel a'mixlu'o of Oil of Wintergreen,
Thymol, and other soothing ingredients
a-'compounded only in 1XD.D Pres-
ciip!ion.
'I he verv first drops STOP that awful
burning   in-taetly!
'1 lie jir-t drop- soothe and heal!
'1 lie first di ops give vou a 1'eeliii.g ot
comfort that von have not enjoyed for
mouth-, or peih.'ips yens'.
T ikecou-   woid ,0'i  it.
L'cf a  tl.00 or a  Did  Vnttlo to-day.
Wutp the D.D.D. i.tboi.itoi.es, DepL.
R P., I!) Cclboiiie t-t., Toronto a-id they
will -Ond you  tr'il  bottle  free.
For -ale' bv   nil d>legists.
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DYEING
1* Itvr way ttt
Save Money
JUST TriiNK OF IT!
Dvci Wonl Ci'iloni "-t * or Mixrd (,i>ort« PerfMtly
hH * fie >A^U Dyi"*"'0 * lunK. of tu vi i\,n I »»l
aiui .li jii-i IliI *~0'««-s EO ifM't ftixn v tin 1 >iUk.hl*l or
r>. aJ r <ciul for C tit*u < wril ar as KJ'<.^ il*>*«i tt 3d
I I to   Johnson Rnhiril«n v<>,  luuiinl     ^l"' '-»'
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(lulckly stoii.s   couif'is,
(be IhroAl aad  liinii.«
cures colds,   lienl.-.
23 ceut.s
Heil, "Wenk. Weary. Wnlcry ISyen.
Relieved By Murine-Wye Huniedy. Try
Murine fc'or Vour Kyo Troubles. You
Will Like Murine-.' It Soolhus. BOc . Ai
■Your DruKKisis. Write- Por Eye flook.s
Free.    Murln« i*ye Hemedy Co.,  Toronto.
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the  i" ,viui-
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Islvid    -im' li   "
ii nnd in   1 v bol
but the ili'tni".! in- -o .tre-g ui.l th
-n-,1 I- -o i.ipi ''v di- ni'.e mi g 1 h il tli
•i-*iii1i.i-ei-   a   ("evv    vve.-k-    igr>   -"t    'h""
•,rj .,.  -,f  -JO  (., 't-—II'1   tl'CV   g"t   it     <!il" i
"'   t'>e   lug—f   pinlueii-  lu-'ket" 1   B|1
ks   iln-   -"ison     ivpng-ig   fiv"
fea „...
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1- ip.cP Tin -e bir Is • et ted th.'r
,w.,-,s -i ori.fit (,t at l'l-*- I" crii
., .' -is il i- i ^1 i',-i.ii e 1 bv th"-e io i
"i-ilion  fo hrtou   th.it   it  (.i-i   about   I"
 ds' to " btiibl " a. fivf-pninul  dii"k.  as!
'hoy pxnress the proei-ss in t'-ebnip.al .
huiguat'e. On an output of SO,000 ducks'!
'lie profit .to' tho prodv/ice.v was .-i'ifi.OflU
for or.p'year's work, 'isoine made even
-ncre Ulan this. ..About forty growers-
put-rat ed on a s-nnllf-r scale and raised
from  10.000 to 2">.not) ducks eac'n.
A St"iulnH Medicine. — Punnelee 's
Vegetable ;PilIs. eom]>oini.li'.l of entirely
■pgptable sul.-t.-inces kii..vvn to. have }
i reviv'ifviug tied s;nlirtai'.v efleet, imoii ,
'he digestive organs, have through years
-f use attairti-i s-o. p:iii.'H"tt a position
hat thpv rank as a standard rue lieinp.
The ailing shoiibl -remember this. Simple
in■ tlieir.eoiuposit ion, they can be assiini-
l'i|p,l bv the weakest stc-iineh and are
•erlain't'i have a healt liful and agreeable effect im the- .sluggish digestive
organs.
Limp ^4k^M§
Chanc*  t-i it lim;» "?   us   rst  *■ t
into   x   *->iiinl    hra"hv    h   r   -     v, i
*utl caccr to ilo a (l.o » i   J i\ s v -j' *-
tVjti t lit ,a hp.*-- ti, 0«-\ >( lit,
Sprain, Rinj:£*oii*r it nuy oil-rr J^iuie-
fa«* kc-rp your horse in thc is la Me.
Cure tt with
Spavin Cure
caring
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It   cure**   wiihoiit
blemish or white h^irs
not blister.
Tort K.-iHs,' R.C, Tutie Mtb IKW
"Have been usini*f your L,inimr:!t
yearn air! fni'I It all ihut you rrp'rsrnt,
Hatc not bcea with ant It for i'l yrar^."
GKORGE COWIKJN,
$1. ft bottier-6 for ?5.    Excellent for
hou*ehohI use. Solil hy a.\\ c!r?tl-r<.
Ask for free book "A Trriitise On The
Horse " or write us for copy. 55
DR. B. J. KENDALL CO. Enosbnrfl Falis. Vt
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ii' ifcf*^  ~      THE TRADER, MO VIM -BRITISH COLlTJ\nffA\  '<  '" ��� ��� * <' ���  ���*'  r  - ~tl,  1             '               J  i^r          '        '  1   ''"ll"  '     -                     1  3��J"  S^EMrV'  :',.''!   ,  RC'S'.'     .  ���[     r.n                 '  c  '.''*          <  Il   If                    >       ,  $f-,j";r*',  *iS'    ''  5," -,  li ft. r,  > 'V  - X  IT-      ��  r  i . -  !    1      ,  ' V           '  i, i\  i ,   ���  !ft'  If '  1 *"  %i.   ' >.  US---'  ��� ^  rbP--   .'  ,V,      *.'  4  ,    ,r-' -  *'  ,       ,  <   ��,  '  Vt!%  h > ir   ���  w'V ���  Htf fi  *���?'>'  II  i**-  p-yy-, ^ . _#_.*-_____! ^-.W-R-S  ihfcitf<r,twr��iii run *�����������"  r ri1irfanrfln.rtMilii  m  rHB" MOYIE "LEADES.  . JP.iblished in thu interest of the people  _.    ,4   of .M oyje ami East'ICoojenay.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30,  Here's to* our readers ancl,  advertisers! > And''may the  best year 3*011 Ive had' be your  worst to come. :- ���  Justice Guy. of New York,  . lias, defined a -grass widow  ','thus:. "The erass 'widow 'has  !> ���=' - , 'I  ' a'husband-on her hands but  -.'can't lay, her .hands on her  > husband."  -Last 3'ear Jimmy    Durkm  shipped   into"'- Spokane-'" over  '      '' c , - ' '     '_  f 200.  carloads of   "wet goods,"  r'ofrfom- train loads at  5(3- cars  ��� to   the'" train? ��� _ Durkiu   has  three stoi*es,'in   (he  falls  city  'and is one of the''- best 'adver-,  * t  ; Users'We have ever known.,  < c     e    a   ��� <-_. ...     t   1  ** ' ' i  ' .' ^fhe cities1'"of Seattle and  Vancouver' are considerably  \agitatcd over, the illicit opium  ."traffic.1. This .is Ja- question  '.' that'concerns, Mo}*ie !but 'very  '.little.'' ;��� Some'people here may  .have a pipe dream once" in 'a  1 ' f  .while,, but since -the"' Chinese  were'-driven  out  some -years  '"������ago nobody'"hits'the pipe." '  ���"' "A Hamilton man  has , been  1   .bound over to .keep the peace,  ,/<in the sum of $50' for  dough-  Hug' in' church.     It was "not  ,'the    ordinaiy  bronchial   irri-  ���tatiou,     frequeutk* 'heard  in  ipublic gatherings, but a  mal-  "icc aforethought  disturbance,  '���the deliberate object of 'which  iwas ' to -show  the   cougher's  -.disapproval of the   sentiments  ���.expressed b\* the minister/  Two million and a half dollars   paid   for   the   Standard  mine near   Silverton,   said to  be the biggest silver lead mine  iu Canada.    Mammoth bodies  of silver lead ore in ��� both the  M0II3* Gibson aud  the -Sullivan.   ' Big   bodies   of   silver  lead ore  in ' the St.   Eugene,  Society'Girl,- Aurora, Estella,  aud a dozen  other  properties.  Straws    indicate   which   way  the wind is,blowing..   ' Iu the  Kootena3*s  - there    'are      big  things in store for the owners  of silver lead  properties,   and  in a short time lhe Ivootemtys  will produce- more   lead   aud  silver than the Coeur d'Aleue  district  is r' producing 1 at  the  present time." .    ���  e  -\  I r CHINOOKERS,    ''    |  '<l>$$3S>'$S'c>'!��:*J3Ssi5*3*3f5S3'$e���C-evl/  (Si>oliesiifiiu-ituvlew-0  ,jTlio town has no   use   for, ,the  boooter who never loosens up.  ' S'onie people,   never, 'know  they  are well oil until they are  worao  oir.     ; ,��� '     *   '  "j'd'rather smell a few ly'elocks  while I'm alive than .have tuberoses .   seufc'' -in,'"by    sorrowing  friends/'  *      '    ���" '     '  '   '  Tho man, who invested  $4.90 in  chances on   a   turkey   raiHe   and  The ������ Moyie:/Drug  &" Stationery Co.  ��� ��� '-, '   "'    '    ' '  Stomach Blood and  Liver Troubles  Much sickness starts with weak stomach, and consequent  poor, impoverished blood., Nerv'pus and pale-people lack  good, rich, red blood. ' Their stomachs need invigorating  for, after all, a mon can be no stronger than his stomach.  A remedy thar makes tlie ctorpuch strong and the liver  active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives  ' out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multitude of diseases.   ' 1  1      , Get rid of your Stomach Weakness and  1    Liver  Laziness   by  tailing   a  course ot  Dr. PJerce'a Golden Medical Discovery  " ,   ��� thc great iltomach Restorative, Liver  InviSorator and   Blood Cleanser.      '        '       '  . fljYou can't afford to accept any medicine o�� unknown'  composition as a ".ulvstitute for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is a medicine op known composition, hiring  o complete list of ingredients in plain English' on its hot- -  ' tie-wrnpper, same being attested as correct under oath..  1 . Dr. Pierce's P/ensjinl Pellets rcgulaii and >avl<;ore.ta Stoasci, Liver 2nd !Je>v> els.'  BUSINESS   LOCALS:  ^  Estella Big Mine  ' No't very much is heard of the  Estella mine; which" is situated,  near Tracy, north of -Fort Steele,  but nevertheless it is' one of , the  biggest propositions in .the Koo-  tenays. There are thousands of-  j cons of ore blocked'oufc; and 'some'  then paid $3.2S for a real bird can. 1V00 tong oa,the dump ready for,  ,        .1,-. r^ 1.: ���m ot  no    ��l^,.��.i . ' . .  Fancy and staple groceries for  Christmas at Crowe Jiros.'    -   ,-������'  FOH-.SALE OR RENT���Good  house. Will rent, for #8 a mouth,  ���^���PPly to Louis I. A. Macdonald,  Splendid views of the.'Hocky  mountains in and around Banff  for sale afc the IMoyie Drug & Stationery Store. <      '  -, v *  . Christmas cards, and all kinds  of goods. suitable for-. Christmas  gifts'at .'the'Moyie, Drug & Stationery. store.1 " c< - ,'  - * Mrs. L. Macdonald, N"orth Tavistock street, is prepared to trim  and" remodel hats, also'fur aud"  velvet toques.         t    . it  "rMiss'L. iM. Scofct, trained  'nurse'  of Rath well 'Hospital,,. Winnipeg,  is  ready lor engagements of any  kind.     ' Maternity���' a   -specialty.  "Moyie. V >   ' ��  - '- ���,  &&Q]f?j*i��3)Wilder r.odiro No, 4J.  '   Meets Tuesday ovouings  in the  Miners' Union  hall. '   Sojourning  Odd-Fellows cordially invited.-  N. W. Buhdctt, F. J: SlIYT'I,  /  Noble Grand.       .      Socr'y.  ::k. 'of; p.' ;,  fleets evsry' Thurscfay  evening in McGregor  -^^S^Sff/ liallat S f'clack. 'Visiting brotliren "wefcomo  , AimAi-r Giu/'' ', E. A.'friLi,.  Chancellor Com.  '     K, K". '&.    S'  hardly figure himself $1.G2. ahead  of the game. r  How long a term does the vice-  president serve,  pa?"-   -*  "Four years, my son."  "Doesn't he get anything off for  good behavior? ,  TEe Irish for Wit  A1 'one-legged Welsh orator,  named Jones, was pretty successful iu bantering an - Irishman,  when the'latter-asked him: "How  did yon come' to,, lose your leg?"  "Well," said Jones, "on examining my pedigree and looking up  my descent, I found there was  some Irish blood in  me,  and,   be  coming convinced that it had  settled in the loft leg, , I had ic  cut off at once." "By the powers," said Fat, "it .'would' have  been a very good thiug if it had  only settled in your head." '       ' ,  Ledge:  The  in  de-  ".Greemvood  value of perseverance  "���velopmenfe of mining claims  was ��� strongly illustrated by'  "the sale of the Standard 'mine  -  'imthe Slpcan.     A  few  3*ears  ago this property-was  bought  for $30,000."     Last  week   fj5  per cent of it was sold to Patsy  .Clark. aud   his   partners   for  -$2,500,000 cash. .�� This'is one  .of the  greatest mining   sales  ���ever, made in-Canada,  aud  it  (should prove an excellent  ad  ���for the silvery Slocau.  i        , *" *     ~  Who is the home merchant?  He is the man-who helps   pay  for the streets upon which yon  walk; -for the school:-* iu which  your children or perhaps  you  were    educated;   he   helps   to  keep up the clmrch   in   which  you worship.      He is the man  who builds a home which   enhances the'value; of   property.  ..-Every-subscription  paper  has  Jiis.'name on it; he-is- the   one  .'Kvhoican' t '��� rfford ���, to   swindle  yon.    Self interest, if nothing  else, would prevent  this;  -he  bears his share of the 'burden  ..'of good government and stfivs  with' you    in    sunshine    and  darkness; in the.days of   prosperity and  adversity. '   These  are but a.few'reasons Why our  patronagc should be  given   to  ���the home merchant.���Ivx.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  shipment. Some of,this ore runs  as high as 70 per cent in lead and  20 ounces in /'silver _to the ton!"  About $125,000 has already, been  spent in -development. < John Sullivan and some other Moyie aud  Cranbrook men have the property  tinder lease.'" ','..*  The British Elections  '' The elections in; Great Britain'  are all over and I-the * standing of  -the parties is much the same as  before they ��dok'"place. The Liberal government have a majority  ofl26. '  The house will be  made  up as  follows:  Liberals  Nationalists -  Labor members  272  S4  42  ���Total ���  Unionists  398  272  Coalition, majority   120  NOTICE is hereby given that  the partnership , heretofore subsisting befcweon us, the undersigned, as MacEachern & Macdonald, in the.town1 of Moyie ir,  the province of Uritish Columbia  has this day been dissolved by  mutual consent. All debts owing  to the Said partnership ate to be  paid into the credit of Myles A.  Beale, Liquidator, afc the Imperial  Bank of Cauada, Moyie, aforesaid and all claims .against the  aaid partnerrhip are t'o be presented to the said Myles A. Beale by  whom the yame will be settled.  Dated at Moyie, 13. C, this 23rd  day of December, 1010."  JOHN S. MacEACHERN,  A. J'. MACDONALD.  Witness,  JOHN W. FITCH.  C P. R. Time Table  A Striking   Lass  So striking is May���  She strikes with delight  Typewriter by day,  Piano by night.  Laundry and Bakery  The undersigned have  opened a Laundry and  .Bakery next door to office  of the Society Girl mine  in the Farrell Block, aud  solicit;    your   patronage.  MR. and MRS. GEO. COX  Westbound  N'o.  013  Local  1:20 p. rn.  No.  Soo-Spokane  Iiaslbound  2:58 p.m.  N'o,  31-i  Local  ' 2:5Sp. m;  No.  8  faoo-Spokaiie  9:00 p. m  The Royal Seal cigar 'lias been  before the smoking public .for a  dozen years. It is made in Nelson  a'nd cati be bought in nearly  ���ivery mountain tovyn.  METAL   MARKET.  Ni-:w York���Jiar silver, 5-1 cts.  Lead fp-1.50.  LoniiO.v���Lead, ��13 3s Od  riiamlipr!nin'��  Colic.  ClioVcr.i .nun  inamucnain s> i,j:irri,<���..:, j<en,Cdj-,;  J^cvcr,fails,   liny it nov,'.    it muy sun',: iil'e.  Our $5.00  Cuff Links  neatly   engraved   with    "his"  )t    monogram, would make a most  \},lt accL-ptable Christmas gift. They .-  \v'' ure made in extra heavy Hk gold )V  A*{ nnJ aro enclosed ia a. fine velvet   -*3  vy   lined casc.s  Send for Catalogue K  It contains 132 pages in'colors o��  Vlj ,  Jewelry, Silverware,  ��' China, Glass, Stationery, >&  /*f*  Leather Goods,  Novelties, etc.  g?YRIE BROS,' LIMitjE'D  Diamond Marrhanto, Jaivslbri  and ai:i-c;cmltlia  134-133 Y0HC.E ST.  TCROIITO  sr~%:.    JAS- l'*v'Ki^,  r��"'WiJ     '  ''-'^-.i'l-'i'-  IIarrv- Rvrii:,  S--j.:'Trca..  LIQUOR ACT, 1910'  Section'49'',  Selkirk   l.aclirc,   No."C1  ,';'   ,   A. P., **A.'-3l..  Regular    meetings  ''on , the first -Wed-  'nosday    . of'   each  month. '    "~ .     '  Visi.ting .brethren >voIcome.  ','    ',- IE. Chapman, W. M.'    ,  '   .  N.W.' BurdottV Secretary  Notice is'hereby given .that, on  the,2ofch day of December- next,"  application will be' made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the licence  for the'sale of liquor by retail in  and upon the premises known - a's,  the International ���IIofel, situate  at Moyie, JS: C, from Frances L.  Taylor, to M. J- Bonner of British  Columbia.   '-' '���    ,   - \ ',.?  ��� ' f     1  ��� Dated_this_2ath day of vNovem-  bei-,,1910."   ,.,_-   <'   <���'. '  ,4 , f, <( '  ,      t _ FRANCES L. TAYLOR,1'  ,,    v     Holder of-Licence.  * ('   ' MICHE AL J;BONNER,  Applican"fi" for Transfer.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSOS.B. 0."  rJofirclmg and Dny School conducted by Sisters of St.- Joseph, Nelson,  B. C. Commercial arid busin'ese  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progrpss' chnracteiiize each de-  pnrtment. Parents should write for  particulars. One. month assures thc  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teachin"tj7~Te7rns  commence January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during the  term.       ' -���   '  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is * now under new  management, and is first class  iu eveiy respect  M. J.   BONNER,  rnoi'ttiETOit  Victoria Street.  MOYJF.  Moyie Hotel  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  This hold i.s new and well finished.  Tin- uililei .-ire supjilied v.ith tlie  best the niaiket alTords. The Imr  is filled with the ht-i.1 'ii.uitls of  liquors, .mil ciKar;5-  Headquarters for  Commercial and fVIinh*ig Me?.  Moyie *���---;- - - -    B. C  Moyie- Miners'   Union  No'. 71- W. F, ofWl. ';  .  Meets in Miners'1, Union Hall' every Saturcla3* evening. ' Sojourn  ing'member's are'cordially invited  to attend.    ���   ..  -        -  '    -' i  . '--  Joe, McLaren  '   *     *    -> * -    _,^  !*      .President.'  :~ James'Robei-ts  T'. Secretary  &'  Harvey, ;> McCarter  "'"''-        ,. V      7"   ,   .'f'/  '  ���    "   ������Macdonald., - /"-.r  . .Barristers, SolicilorSj'.Notarios, Etc,  Cranbrook.   -   -    B. O  W- F. GTJRD,  UAIlKISTKJt. SOr.ICITOK,   ETC.  CRANBEOOK.        ' ' 'B.  DR. E. E. MILES  "   .'.''     Dentist, ���  Cranbrook, ��� ��5,  C.  George H Thompson,  ,  Barrister,    Solicitor  Notary Public, &c.  CRANCItOOK,'   ^Bhitish Columbia  W. R. BBATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 0.       '      .. CRANBROOK  X. T. MoVIttie.C.E.,P L. S.    II.   V. I'urVcr, 0 K  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Land Sdrvevino  ItAXLWAY  &   ItllNTNO    kncjm:kki.nc  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. 0. Box 25..  Cranbrook P. 0. Box II.  AVWVWW  VVVVVSiMVVVVt'VSA'V'tA'VVVWiVVi  it I '  Do you   realize   that   your  health is your chief asset?  That   your   nerve   force i  your bank account?  , You can' draw  on   it just  so  drafts of so much each���aud  IS  many  tllC-ll   you   _  are through-for all'time.    Nature hem- I  ors no, over-drafts.    When ycur health  '  deposit is  exhausted,  3*011   are out o(  business. ';  UQNEST   TREATMENT  A sure and permanent ���cure in all   diseases   of  men-Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins  Hydrocele, Blood, and.[Skin Disorders'  Sores,   Ulcers, ' Kidney,,' Bladder'   and  ,'Rectal disorders, and all   special 'ail-news' cpui.  moil to men. ���    -  ,Best 'Anatomical Museum in thc Northwest  ,    'CONSULTATION' FRER  ���  Tf you cannot- come to;Spokane for free consultation now  write for our free booklet, > ������  ,    ���     Dr. KELLEY'S MUSEUM   '  ���    210 Howard St     \-     ���   a'.'   ".   ;Sl'OKANE, Wash  V^*V/VV^S/vVS>A<NA<V*NA/'V'^'iAAA^  '   ' , )      ,        ).'        '  ���TlIEi-  DKSAUI-XIKIl    BBOS,    I-opn.       "J   ,  Lur-ie 1 sarnplo   room   in   connection  vith,houso,'for,coiMinercial men.' Beat,  of H'jcominodntion.       ' ' <��� ��, ,  .     c '        1 - .  5'    Headquarters for ;Com-'.     ���   ,  f , mercial and MiulugAlen.  Qweea'S ave   '.',,;,",. "MOYfB  , =     , BUY' YOUll  .Gsga^S',  '''>''  1 ���       "^       1   ;  Tobaccos' ,^.  Fruitj 'and ,,  .C'onfe'ctio.nery  FROM  0 F. DESAULXTER.  r'     , '  nCALEK    IN*  M  ���    PRO'MrT* DELIVERY. '  aueens'/A-^e. . " MOYIE  l"/;A^ B..-Stewart J  ,     r r- * j ret * I  SliND YQUH-; ��W01U<   -XO  THE  ''���>'���      <  1       . ,l -   ',       *���  ;'; *ea*ijndry:;V-'.'���: :.  1    1 " ��� ^ ^m /   \..        i     *  -    v -l -* NELSON  ���All White Labor  HAL1  ; "' '   '. DENTIST'  The Expert Grown hud Bridgj  * _/'���; <���' ".Worker.'  ,' pffice���6ver Jsh: Short's  ��� ,'Wall-,-   ' Paper,      Sior?  Armstrong Ave'., ,  "Cranbrool  ��  Leave work with the   local agent  .   ,  A. B.- STEWART  Shamrock Creamery Butter    ' v  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  v. "���  Imperator Bacon  For sale by   all   first' class  grocers and '   ,  URNS k CO  Ltd  ���   r A'      ' I 't     * <     , '  '   ���,,-���-/ "-' STOl'^'AT THE  'COSMOPOLITAN-'  ���   '   c . 'when in  '  ' -ORANBR001  K. IT. S��rATCl.,'*��lnuncer.  Good rooms, good  tables and burl  and first class sample room?.'  MOYIE,  B. C.  WATER ' NOTICE.  If you want anything" in thc  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try  Notice is hereby given U1.1t. an application will be made under Part V. ol  the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a licence in  the Cranbrooli Water District.  (a ) Thc name, address and occupation of the applii-.mt, 1'ercy Thomas  Haywood, Rancher, Kin^sijaU-.  (li.; The 11.inn. of the hike, slrenm  or soun-<- [if nun,lined, the de-,mplion  is] sjniiifr (,n j.;. bound.uy of pre-emption \2o'y).  (c.) The point of i.iv ersion: at (lie  ,M�� "���,'. ]  (d.) The <|ii uitity of vvali r applied j  lot [m cubic feet per second | ono. I  (e.) The char.icter of the piopoaed .  works: flam, iliitnes and ditches. .  t'f.) The    piemi.scs    oil   v.lrch   the I  In this man's day tlicrc ��'-os  little chaiKe Cor the (.':.���������> ��nu  htaited out in hie .1, .'��� ''"'*"  man with no special li :"���'' ���"���'���  He was foiedonmcd t" vv, 1.-  ior '-mall v.atr's fit.! '���'';. ?  disquah/ied bv old .'t " "'"'  YO'CJ it j, di.'reienl. li ,f>" ;lf'-'  not ^ettrir,'.die ul .:���- f.*--'' ��� ���-)' ''  slioi.ld in yuir c.u, < n < <���<���'��� '���'  inn, the 1   'A  S vv.li lu-h  >'"  A le.'.i.l of ovu  J'l V ���   '���'���''  rcni.ii liable sue  t- '- 1.1 r   "��� '"  [ilesciibe   same] ]-ic-  v.**ri,  ^*.i?';*v'r-.'.,  -UvVlV,���.:1  ���* ��^*;.-'"iy*- ]  We  Aro Agents' For  THE PJTNETt .LIGHTING CO.,  of Chicago, and have a  completo    stock    of  Gasoline    Chandeliers, '  Arc    Lamps,  Mantles, etc.  The  cheapest  and best light on  the niatket. jl  J.   H. RINGROSE  THE TAILOR ,  We carry in stock the goods  to make an up-to-date suit  made hi town, or we can get  you a special ordered suit  made to,your measure. We  have ready-to-wear Campb.el 1's  clothing, the best,'made and  fitting:-clothing in Cauada.  water'is lo be use  emptiun    1230   on    the    IC 1st    b ink   uf '  iloyic Ri\er   about   3   miles, , Sjuth,   of j  Curzon.  '     . ������'���'  "j . Cff) The;   purpose,, for- which   the  water i.s to be used:   irrigation. ...������.  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended, id; be irrigated, gi.viug  acernge: pre-emption 1230 about 1G0  acres..   ''-;'..'  (j.) Area of Crown land intended  to be occupied by the proposed works:  none. .'���������'..'.  [k.] This notice'''was posted in l)e-  ceniber, 1910. and . application will. Ix'  made to the CommissionOroii the. 17tb  day of January,   1911.  , [1.] Give the names aiwl   addresses:  of any riparian proprietors, or- liceusi't";  who or who;! lauds are likely   t.o . In-   ,-.f  fected by   tlie    jiropose'd    works,    i-ither  abo'-e or below the out'U-t: none.     .   .  I'KRCY T.   HAYWOOJ),  Kiugsgate.^B.   C.  thousands of .i-nbi'i ' "- ' ' ���'  eai-:u-.-sfni-lH-U, .- posui'i:;- ���''_''  increased earm'igs e'.a' ��� ' ^  to state positively that 'l'' cn  liolji vou, no r.ilttei hnv- s .1."  yo'irtime, nion v, 01 _Mh.i.i.'<"_  may be. Don't ulj'm t ���" '  iio-'.ibl - ch.'.:uv':  ���liient.  Send tliia coupon  inr  c\< v.in><--  KOW.  INTERNATIOHAi CORRESPOKOESSE 5CIIO01S  Box 729. SCRArJTOM. PA.       ���  Local Representative,  P. 0; box 30 :.-   F^NfE'J.  ��'��� ricase cxpl.iln,��'lil,'>iiti,i'"" "^"syj0," !i��,K��:  >  Low  I cm quality (or  ��   1,1,B"   5.1 l-v > J"    .llks,l X,  . ,���cnt to the position l.e(.,r., wl.lc" �� ''^_~ '  A.l Writer  Show^C.ir.lWrll.-r ,  Window Trimmer .  Civil Service Ksa'ils.  Orn.in.unl.il Oesl|r���er  Miich.mleal lintrin.-er  Mecl.,inlc.iir>r.iln.u.,i,  l-'cc.iK.n'M.icblnl'.t  llloclrlc.il Enjjlnect  Illcctrlcl.ln  I'.mer-Slillon Siipt.  A,,Milled  Structure'I'',"!,.,,,  Cuntticl".  I'nrcii'ii '  K.K. c.,,..-l���r-1  u.|�����r  matt  ilo'll.l"  I'luinl,."  In."  'nEnC

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