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Array Wilfc-ou of Cranbrook  [wishes you ��� a Happy  IKew Year.  Xv  that   a  hr?  or   f-'hould k^e{>.   WTTiioii,  Cr:ihbrooic.  VOL. 9, NO 39.  MOYIE, B. Co  DECEMBER 29. UKKJ.  S2 A YHAR  w  '��^27'i5'-<?'-,  <^-<-z>-  ^  SEASON'S GREETINGS  1?  I  9  Once more we extend to our many W  friends and patrons the season,? greet-- ^  ings and take this opportunity c-�� thank-'  ing1 all 'those whose patronage has  helped to make tins'yea!r the,, tjaAAer  vear in our'business."    ,       -      , J^  '    -     '     r     ."'     /'.''' ��     * W  1 When', preparing for your New Year's ^  dinner just keep in mind that we unload- T  ed a car of fresh groceries last week and s��  the choice'is yours:  ,''   ���       J ��� ^     '.   '  " ",3MC:-lC>'"^r-I','E!  Real Estate;;, .Mining Stocks  '���' <*"*���-;   vr''rire--LiferTAccident1';    -        :'  ..-,IN!  SAWMILL  ABSORBED  Beaver   Go'y  Takes  Over Moyie, Mill  BIS. WINNIPEG COIEI  Change Will Not Affect  Piahs  for Running  -, Mill Next Season  mojie,-::?. c..  SS3SBKS  ��� A.v I OSSt  ���'�����" -^ '���,,>     * '���  ''^%6^My-"Ratirons J\-: /".;v  IB':.'*" :'^ rMay tho^comingiypai'be'.tlie bVigliteVt^ . ,{;,^  [' K��.' ">I ' ? KSpplest'jand,besI;o'ra'iVy^ou'have,- ex^ -:*: ���;^ >{  ' *'     "  ' * * * pei;iciicedV: W) Jlie Vsmcerest'f; wish- of <-���' ��� ^ - ^.,  ;"'-';.':.r j;v'W.\FITCti"J^r'"r ''^  ' The mills of the Porto Iiico Ljuniber  company at kelson, Ymir, Moyie, and  Mopsejaw were this ^acke absorbed by  tlie Beaver L.utnbor company of Win-*  nipeg. The amourU - of m,o'aey involved.in the deal is said to b,e ii^ the  nfcighborbood of a quarter of a million  dollars.- Thepurcba'sing company has  been absorbing sexeral mill properties  lately, in AJberta.and ^Manitoba. '��� The  shareholders of the local' concern who  ���(* "J  sold out are J-13 "AteArthur of'Winni-  peg, 6/J. Hand ley an/ W. C.^ILay-  W.ird of Ymir,'J. A.. Dewar of ^Nelsbn'  aud George \V. Orchard of Moyie. ' ,  *' J. A. Dewur has been retained as  general manager, and tho business of  the new concern in thi3 section will  still 'be-'ruh under the' name''of the  Porto'Ricq Lumber company..-/ ' '��� -  " George AY. Orchard, manager of the  Moyie branch.,of the business, informs  the Leader that there will be"fewif anj'  changes fn" the plans "for the "Moyie  plant! It will be ru^' next- season, as  was already planned.   , As <for  himself  GENERAL  NEVVS   NOTES.  General Booth will visit' Canada   in  M��rch.  A M,aaouic lodge ha* been intituled  at -Fisiiik. ,' '  Wood assays $7f) a cord at QuMCeld.  N&vada.   ' '   <  ,   Motor busses will'bj run ia Calgary  insteadof street cara. -     ' ',  Lake copper was .sold a few day9 ago  at 23i cents per pound,  ��� ,"  John Houston is now working in  the government printiug office'at Carson, Nevada..      ,    *     '* '  "Studying hole card.sand ^birlin' the  ataiies are the vchiel amusements iu  Oraubrook at preaent.  ELfeCTIOlNS  ���   FEBRUARY 2  Will Be Short, Crisp  .   Campaign.  BMNTOIOl'MiHOB  McBride^and Followers  Full of Confidence.  ViQtory Certain."  The Rossland carnival will begin on  Janiiai'V- X9���Noilliliation da}'  Tuesday, January 29,h, and' will' continue lor a period of four days.  1 The.'LePyai smeller at' ^orlhpprt is  running foil'blast; aiidc th��re>are over  aO.OOtttons.of ore on*hand 'r-oady "for,  treatment. '.'     ; ' < .  '1 Sidney Stoane -Ivas been ^a'dmdsjed  insane and', q(iatea,ced ��� to the' Wallet  Walla' penitentiary-I "until other'wi  oidere'd. by Ihe court., ''/  se  ' Greenwood 'Miners' ( Union f^aed  several of, its, members $1 for patronizing" a church soiree, because the  cooking was-done by a ch,ink. .  A mar; n,am<-d "Archie Muir. wao rnn  over by a, train .near ,Creston, last  Tuesday afternoon? 'The body vvas  takeii to Cranbrook* for buri.tl.     , ',   -  Three thousand^five hundred m,iners  are" on   strike  at   OoldlL-ld,' Nevada.  S';'.:  fSCsx  MOYIg'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kooteriay  ���I  1  The best of aGoommqdations p      , J  for .tho Traveliug ��� Public.     v 1  Largo and Commodious Sample Booms.             Billiard Eoorps. -  McMAHON  BROS, .ProprietOLUS. |  -,        , :   :            ^ j  j^n-s-T-TTjs- tis-zzs-z$nvc Aji" A^ j  CLOTHES  In all the Christmas and  New Year's   festivos J   there is  notliiiis; more important and Accessary than   good clothes  Without good'clothes-we   cannot   enter   heartily   in. the.  manv merriments and social affairs that mark the   season.  Are you ready for fun?'- If not wc Giin m.akcyou. ready.  20 CENTURY BRAND CLQTHES  <%re holiday clothes because'there is no, p^cassion  or  no asr  ^ml.lago to good' for them.   Letais fit you out for the holidays wi'th clothes  you will be proud -of for many a moutl  E. A. HILL,  THE    LEADING    LADIES' AND MEN'S    FURNISHER.  h  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAYINGS DEPARTMENT.  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards receiyod.  Theic is no   better  investment than  a  Savings  Bank deposit.  Once opened i'v grows whether added to  or    not.  Interest   allowed at  current   rates   and   com-  p-unded twice a year.    , s   '..',.  GRANBROOK BRANCH.  J, F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  i  i  i  They wa,nrt an incroj.se., iu wages  frojn.  hc does not'kuqw whether he  will   be!^ l��> jj,g pBr d..^   They-should git it.  The Chinese are^getting'up to -dale.  Sing Sam, of Portland,' ^'s suing her  husband, Sam Sing, fbr.d'ivoroe^on the  grounds of iion^-3upport and  desertion.  with the new coacerii or not. This  will be settled'aftqi- the stocktakers,  who will soon be here, ba?e |iuidhed  their work,   r,"    ��� u   "   j r, '" ,s  "  February 2���Election day. "'  Conservatives are actively preparing  thomst-lveK for the campaign which is  predicted to be the liveliest in the history of the pr-oyirice.    _   -  McBride and his' followers are full of  confidence and certain of victory. Mr%  Green wi'l tour the province with Mc-  I^ride and define'his record. The prr-  iraier, in a published- ttatement, frayi  Gr6en is one of the'aUest'r^JB^slers of  lajidst and' works , Brhi^li, Columbia  ever had> ( ,  The Liberals  have induced   \V. W.  B, SIctnues to. resign the comnnssion-  erstiip of the Yukon and be  will prc-^ |  t  bably'sunin Victoria.' lie will   close'  up,Ins business in'ahe uortb ar^U euter  into the contest at once.-      - '  In the Cranbrook. riding' everything  is'going serenely. Asjiearaa can be  learned there will' he only the two candidates��� J.*A\ Harvey Wd Dr. King,  iioth ar'e busy repaying their political  fences and' both' will throw all ' their  energy,inio,the fight after the ��rst of  the year, when tUe' campaign will fcc  in full fcwing.  IK i  A 'Happy/ .and    Prosperous  i (r  ' ;New Year to All  r^f��^^^^^s.^f^?ss^s?>!^^s^i^^i sss^snssz  .LOCAL" NEWS.  METAL   MARKET.'1  "'Kamm-Oliver' Wedding  , ���'     v -       -      . , /   _i >  TraiV 'News:' In St. Andrew'?,  church", Trail, at"4:30 o'clock Wednesday, the Rev. E. A. St.,George, Smythe  united'iu.ms'priage Enc; Oscar Kah;m  of Moyie/'and Miss Zella Oliver' of  "Trail. .The'church was'^pretlily decor-  'atea "with English ivy and t evergreens  together witlv potted'.plants and out  flowere, .The pretty little edifice was  crowded to the doors. - Tlie bridal  parly approached the altar to tho  strains of the wedding m.arch beauti-'  fully len'dered by Mrs. John Foreythe  Miller, the bride carrying a bunch 0,f  uiargueiites. She wore a go��n of  while lace net oyer taffeta silk, and  was given away by Jules Labarthe.  II. E. Dodge was b^st man,' and Miss  Bessie Ayers was bridesmaid. She  wore''a gown of white organdie and  carried chrysanthemums. , Mr. and  Mrs. Kainm left for Nelson on the  evening train.  The days are'getting longer.  Miss Holt is up  from   Fernie  on  a  sit.     r ' ���        ,'"'<>'   '     - ''  J.i'mes Koel was "in Cranbrook  yesterday.     ,L t <'  J. Kingston Doyle of M.iryeville is  now behind tho bar at the Central,  'Twenty-five   new   j:gs   have    been i  added to the Stl-'Eugene  concentrator.  W. B. L.nng" came over from Cranbrook Sunday to" enjoy, a :touch of  city life.  Xew Yokk���Bar   silver,*$&\   cenlai  Lead, $0.      i    '  Loxoon���Lead, X20.   '  ' A woman in--MiaotVMinnesota; gave  birth to'qWdruplets,-three- boys' and a  gjrl; last VVednesday.i The father, who  i8.CS years'bragef is oqmg*"preUy- we}l:">  The construction of ,tl\e^new govern-  meut>building at Cranbrook ' is.> being'  pushed aua rapid rale.'' D.on,-McKay,  the, superintendent^ deserves 'gieat  credit for the way  the   work' is  beir>2  *    * d *i   O  done)   .   ��� , "  'The C- P. H. ti��s decided, lo reduce  local passenger rates over a large portion of their road iu the west. Where  the rate has been 4 cents ( per mile it  xv\\\ be cut to 3^ cents. Tins rate,  however, djes not effect' the Crow's  Nest branch,   ,  So     Opium  iu     CliHmbcrlaln's  Ktimetfy,  Co^gU  There is not the least danger in givr  ing Chamberlaiu'sCough Remedy" to  smaircliildren a,s"it contains no opium  or other harmful drug. It has an- established reputation ot more than  thirty years as the most successful  medicine in use for. colds, croup and  whooping cou,'gh. It always cures and  ia pleasant to take. Sold by tho  M^ojicDVug it Stationery Co.  ' ftrfaSSwfe^jfe- a&LX&^rir's&t*&*2StJ& .,J^rf����'.��j��ljS��to' ^^z^^ ^*  "STYLK AND FIT, TWO IN ONE"  will he found iu any overcoat made  iu our shop. An-overcoat is a matter  of some importance. It costs quite a  jum lo buy a good oycrcoat and you  want it right.  OVERCOATS THAT FIT AND, AUK  STYLISH,  thit make you look   prosperous,   that  wear well and don't cost   too   much   i��  the reputation of those we make.    Get  measured and get one.  G.A.F00TE  MOYIE, B. O  ��� Charles- ��Qia,tnond�� Saffe.' ,(  = It was reported in'AIoyie tha'/Charlie  Diamond was killed in Oranbroof one^  nigbr this^week'by biiug, r'un^over^by  ai^-engme.^" -Tht}'1- repo^t,^'however,-  proved to be without foundation, rruch  torthe cratificationrof his'many friends.  i          ',  ' ->.   "'  s -       ' r~r-; : ' *  Turn. 0,ver: a, New -Leaf- - *  As the New Y'ear is crowding fast  upon us i'. would bo well'to remember  that, little gomlet lrom the peu of Ella  Wheels Wilcox:        ' ' '  Waste no tears,  Upon the blotted record of lost   years;  But tiu-n tlie piges o'er, "and smile,  oh  'smile, to see  ' ' <���     '  ���The  lair .white  ones that remain for  ���  thee-   " ' '  ^v. B. nicks, who was entombed in a  mine near Bakersfield, California, 'for  fifteen 'days, was rescued alive the other  day. ,A chew of- of tobacco was the  first thing Kicks asked for when he  reached the surface. Dining his con=:-  iinement he subsisted on milk, which  was carried to'him through a water  pipe. ;.  Chance for Movie Bachelors"  Anna Gould, the American millionairess who married Count Boni de  Castellans, the French bum., a number  ofj-oars ago, has'been divorced from  her hubby, and is nowbackan America  looking-for a braud new husband,  As Anna sang the other day:  My Boni lies over the ocean,  But changed is the dear old r.efrain,  Of wishing him here I've no notion,  So thore let my Boni rcmaiu.  Lake Frozen Over.  Wednesday night was tho coldest  so far this winter and tlio thermometcc  registered close lo tho' zero mark. By  Thursday morning the hike was frozen  over and the ice is now almost stronu  enough for skating. L^st year, the hike  frozi over on the 2nd of January.  '   The B^F Ball  The members ot St. Eugene Lodge  N^o. 37, Knights of Ty'liias, made a  re( illation for themt-olyes at their ball  Thursday evening. The crowd \vm  sufficiently large f,or tho hall accommodations and all present enjoyed  themselves thoroughly. A splendid  supper was served in the hall at midnight. After paying all ,exp:uses, the  committee will'have .isubstantial cash,  balance to be turned in to the treasury  of the lodge,  Andrew Norg-ren Dead  Andrew Norgr'eu, at one time a sawyer iu the mill of tho Moyie Lumber  cpmp.my, died in the Home hospital  in Nelson about a week ago from ulceration of'lhe b-nvold. Norgreu for some  time had been working at'Winlaw's  mill on tho Slocan river. T'je remains  were taken to Spokane for interment:  Deceased was about 40 years of age.  .,  i'    ,  '   i  ,E.' O. K-imm aud his bride  are   expected home in Moyie about  the' first  ol the week; ' ' . !  ' s < < *  Rev. 'W.tE. Jones of  Crestpn   was.  visitiug   in    Moyie   for several   days  during the week.        ��� ��  N^xt Tuesday (New Y'e'ar't)  resolve  to   patronise  ^fo'm^e' merchants,   and  ���thereby-hetp to make J^oyio; tUe  best,  town on the Crow." . -    ,     t  '  , The;Oddfellows'arc preparing )fo'r , a  grand ball on the evening- of -Friday.'  January '11th. \ ,r        l  There will' be a^danco a.�� the Ma'n-  hattan hotel on New,  Year's" night, to  r 11��       i  which everyone is .invited. ,  Tlie heavenly twins, Thomas and  Jeremiah, were going pome at Moyie'o  hotels on Christmas day.  William White and QporgeBatchelor  returned   <Tlii;rsday    irom    Spokane, j  where'they spent Christmas'.  J. Peck   MacSwain,   printer,   poet, I  pbiloso^h��r   and   pedestriap,   is   uow  holding.a situation in the Leader office.  Mrs. P- J. Higgins has been seriously  ill al her home for several d.iys, bat i-s  reported to be somewhat improved  tod-iy.  There will he a dance at Creston on  New Yeai's eve, and an invitation is  extended to all Moyie people to attend.  r  Christmas. Doings       ; ,.  Christ mis   was   a  joyous    day   ia    ,  M/iyie.  'The ,inihe nvas  closed  dowcry  and the day was generally-observed.  At the Catholic church  there  was*  '<���  Christmas tree and the usual midnight  mass.   "The'services  were conducted'  by Rev. Father Choiuel.    All of  these-,  were well attended.  , The  Methodists  held   tbeir   entertainment on Christmas night aud had ,  a well arranged program.    One of  the.'  features w.is a snow house lrom whiclv  presents  for   the  children' were-dia-"  tribf,ted,     -     > t ,   >��  The , Presbyterian �� Quristmas ��� tree.  Wednesday,   evening 'was   a   distinoe  success.  'A troop of  children,  repre-^  <e'htiog all classes^and creeds in town,/  pirtook.Qf a free   supper between six  ,ind   seven  o'clock, after  which   they  pla'yed gaoies until nearly eight,/when; .'  lhev regular program began.   McGregor ,  hill v,'as crov.-ded with people,and they  were   well   entertained l_by   the  good  'recitations and tha singing. >    l   ," '  i*  Struck the Lead.  ,   G-olden Tassel Group;  Frank Doff and six associates h*ye  located a group of. claims, seven in all,  about two miles south of ToclHy., A  good, strong lead carrying gold and  silver runs thiougli them. An average  of. several assays, Recently taken shows  $20 in values. A company is being  organized lu be known as the Golden  Tassel Mining company, the head  qmrters of which uiil be in Moyie,  Puck Chasers' Meeting.,  All   interested   in   hockey   are  rc-  Charles A. MacKay, of the Black���..  MacKny M'tiing company.made an im���.  portant strike this week while workings  j" on, his submarine miuing proposition  on Moyie lake. He is sinking a sand  pipe about 300 feet out from the shore  and where the water is about CO feet  in dep'.h. After. driving the pipe  through about,50 feet of blue clay and  five feet of bedrock by means of a,  hand drill, he struck the lead of the  St. Eugene on what he believes is a  continuation of the narth vein. Mr.  MaoKay and the people   of   the  town ���  The Christmas s'piead*  at the local   naturally feel considerably.e.Ked over,  hotels were the be-t.    Everything that | this,piece of good luck,   money  could   purchase   was   oa.   tUe j _ -  ubies.'    -     ".     " Drawing on Sight-.. .  ���T)^, J. H. B.ivers  of E-aymond,   Al-'j  berta, spent Christmas in   Movie   with I  his brtilhcr-m law,   Mr. E. A. Hill, and  family.  ^ D, J,. Jo.hugoii, who has the contract  for the erection of tlie government  buildings in Cranb^ock, was iu town a  few hours Sunday.  Tarantula   Tom:���Why   did    BiU ,  l plug the tenderfoot?  Lava Bed Tete:���It all come o' Bill's  distrestin' ignorance o' legal terms.  T. T.:���How '.ia that?  L. B P.:���Well, Billowed the shorthorn some money, an' was sorter  slow'  about payiu', so the stranger writ him  a letter savin', "I will driw on you  at  , ,.     -   ' si"-ht."    An' Bill thought  that meant  Mrs. Patrcquin   returned   to ' Movie ; ( g(]]l pUyj s0 wl]0n ���e mei lne at,rang-  Simday   aTtcr   an   nb*enc< of   sever il I ,.r"ilfc. jniw-a lirpL.    It was a inuuudet-  months, Viliich she sp<*ivt   in   Colorado ��� utanin'.  visiting with rt-l,wLi,ves. i^j ��� "'   ���  ���  '���  The Leader jib   pro-sea   l;'������vc   been | ��-^    j       i       M    rt   M   I)    Q  br..*v   the  past   t^n   days  turning out    \j    s\     /\    1*1   V/   M    ��J    *^  tvp'igrapUiv-nl triumph* foi   Movie and  uuested to attend a meeting which will   Orestou's ontpipiismi: iiu'idiuis.  b^ held in C. A. Fooie'a store next  .Monday evening. There ii mitonal  in  Mrs. Too ii ,s L��nihm and chil 1 ar  rived fr.vn   Oambumc   Silurdav.    Mr. [  |   AVo  emphasizo   quality-  'whoii soiling you a Diamond.  A Diamond ring  properly  n   Mo>ve   for  a  good  team and there   Lcnihltl   ���   empl iyu,     in     lh,     Sr..bouo.hl  is a cr0Od   aSSet.  hcmld be no time   lost   in gettyig to-   F    rin0 n,m dIlll llU.mld pUrch ismg �� '      ,,?. .....;,,,,,:,,��� from    u  ;ether and organizing. .^^ buili���      , coll     ,. i       ^ "��� P11Lh*llU�� tl0"\ "  lilnij of All  C>i>k;H Medicine"..  Mr. E (.> Case, a mail carrier of  O.uiton Centre, Conn., who has been  in the U. S. Service for about sixteen  vcars says:, \'\\"e have tiied many  cough medicines for Crou.p, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i.s king of all  and oue to be relied upon every time.  We'a'lsb'.fi.nd it the best .remedy lor  cough's i'uui colds,-giving certain results  and" lea vine; no bad ,-fiecth." For sale  byi'the Moyie Drug & .Stationery Co.  Miss Mny Miller, win h is boon  working for sime time at th�� K lotenuy  hotel, lort Wednesday for hei lutnu at  Lacombe, Alberta.  I'"OR SALK���Four loom house and  lot on St. Eugeue avenue, Moyie.  Apply to V. Camara or at this od'ieo.  C. O. Dem-iurez, the well know  watchmaker of Fernie, will be at.{. J.  Murphy's store iu Moyio every pay  week. adv.  S  you can dopiMid upon our  jud.goniont, for, quality is  always t>ur (ivsr consideration,  Mr. E. A. Hill   of   Moyie  iajjour  agent.  W. F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and   Graduate Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B. C. '    .  Ollicial'Watch Inspector for C.   P.: F^  Crow's Nesll'ass Dij-isicn-   .  rfffl ,'<i  }   .��   -  TJiK I.EADKK.MOVJK, HMTISJI COLl'yU)L\.  '��� i   '  ���.:l:<-:.:.  **t-j  \ f ,.", ,<\ y,   ���  ,, k -*    .   '   v.*     '  -' f;rf'   '���    ''. ;  ,   # i&,[:J:A'A  Si-.'SI:  By  ������ GEORGE BARR W:  MWCHCON, &��  Author of "GruutuV �����'"'"'  Cot��rI��bt, 1904. tr (toM.   <;.'  MwJ and Cvtntdv  'U-.--.-: '^'- *.--':���';���-"���.-.--*���. ���.".'--���'?"  !<  A  CIlAPTElt    ill.  POXDEKOUH   coach   lumbered  slowly, almost painfully,, along  the  narrow   road   tli.it  skirted  the base of a motmtaiu.  It was  ����&  jrt"g  m  ill  %m  mm  'o  .��  i *��;��*  i&i  t*  ,1 -  ,.   ri- .   M-Hf-H":  ������.:: :;i.i.-;c}>Jf.s'''  ,',',' |i.}- j', N-I'm  ^3;  S'lr-fel  , ��, 5*.'  f    }  ^^ r   �����  -ft  jr.!  Mi   ���i '  "!   * I 1  ���;N  ,!r���  rS.!j  1,1��\ >.  ���ii  ft   ^  'ir  IS*  |N   iU     , 1 "(if  ( N  K  'I' '  drawn  by  four horses,  aud   upon  the  seat sat two<rougli, unkempt ltus^,ians..  one holding (he leins, the other lying  hack 'in a . lazy doze,   '1'lie month was  Jun'e, and  all the  world seemed sofc  -        and (sweet 1, a lid joyous.* To  the right  flowed   a.  turbulent  mountain  stream,  boiling savagely with the,alien wateis  of   (lie   flood   season.     Ahead   of   the  ., - creaking   coach   rude   four   horsemen,  all   heavily  armed;  another   quartette  followed   some  distance -in   the  rear.  At tho side of (ho coach an officer of  the Russian-'mounted  police   was riding easily, jangling his aeeouteruients  with a vigor thai disheartened ot least  one occupant of tlie vehicle.   The wiri-  . ,    dows of the coacli'doors were lowered,  '  pci-initting the fresh   mountain  air to  caress ..fondly  die" face  of the young  womim who tried to ,flnd .comfort Su'  one of the  broad seal:;.    Since'early  morn,she had struggled with the liard-  '   - ships of that seat, and Uie'Jato\nfter-  j'   noon found her very much ojut of pa-  , tience., Tho opposite'seat was the rest-  '  lug place'of a substantial colored wo-.  tnau'aud a stupendous pile of bags and'  ''boxes.    The   boxes   were   coutiuually  toppling over,'and,(he bags were for-_  ever getting under the'feet of the once  placid servant,, whose 'face, nuile luc-k-  lly,  was much'ton blar;k lo reflect the  auger she w .1* able otherwise,' through  years'of prat-ti-.-f, to conceal. "��� *  ���'How' much f.-irlher have we to go,  llfcute'iiaiit?"'>sked the girl on the rear  scut plaintively, even 'lumibly. Tha  niiui was very 1 deliberate with his,  * Kuglish. lie had been recommended  to her as the best linguist in the service at itadovitch, find he had'a reputation to sustain. . ��� ���  - "It another "hour is bjit yet," he managed to Inform her,0with n confident  crnile. o' ' i  ���"Oh, dear,"'she alghed, "a whole hour  of lliK:"    '     -  "We soon he dar, Miss Bev'ly.   Jes'  yo' mak" up yo' niin' to res' easy-like,  ���    an' we'"��� .But the faithful old colored  '.   "woman's advice was lost, in the wrath-  ,   ful^exclamation (hat accompanied, another dislodginent of bags and ' boxes.  The wheels, of the coach bad dropped  suddenly into a deep rut.    Aunt Fan-r  ny's grow Is, were scarcely nioi-e potent  than, poor Miss Beverly.'s moans.  "It is getting worse and .wor^e," exclaimed Aunt fanny's   mistress pelii-1"  ���   .'lantly.   ';I'm black nnd blue from head  to foot, aren't you, Aunt Ivauiiy?"  ;.-���>.  '"Ah c-ain' say  as to cde' blue, > Miss  >'  Bev'ly.   .Hit's a  mos'  monstrous  bSd  road, .sho 'nough.  4Slay   up dar, will  yo"/"'  she concluded,  jamming  a  bag,  (    Into an upper corner. ���  1  " Miss Calhoun, tourist extraordinary,  again consulted the linguist in the sad-  <��� die. She knew sit the outset that (lis  quest would he hopeless, but she could  think of no,better way to pass the next  hour than to extract a mite of inforrna-  "   tion from the oilicer.  "Xow for a,good old chat," she said,  beaming a smile upon the grizzled Russian. "Is there a decent hotel in the  village'.'" she asked.  They wore on the edge or the village  before she succeeded iu finding out all  (hat she could, and It was not a great  deal, either. Slie learned that the town  of Balalc was in Axphaiu, scarcely a  mile from (tie Graustark' line. ' There  was an eating and sleeping house on  the main street; aud the population of  ' the place did not exceed 300.  When MNs -Beverly awoke (he next  moruhia-. bore and distressed, she 'look-  ^cd back upon tho infill with a honor  that sloop hail been kind enough to lu-  ten-upt only at intervals. The wretched  hostelry liwd long In her secret catalogue of tctiurs. Her bed was not a  bed; It was a lorlute. The room, the  table, the--ljut it was all too odious for  description. Fatigue \va�� her only  friend iu that miserable hole. Aunt  r.iniiy had slept 011 (lie door near her  niisli'osV col. and It was the good old  colored woman's giumbling that awoke  B��m erly. The sun w:is ("���limbing up the  mountains in tho e.i&t. und there was  an air rvf genera 1 activity about the  place Bf-verly's watch told her that it  was pasr 8 o'clock.  "("mod gracious!" she exclaimed.  "!("���: neatly noon, Aunt l-'auny. Hurry  a oiig here and yet 1110 up. AVe ihum  1",im�� thl- a boii una hie place 111 teu miu-  m<- " Sin. w.ik up mid racing about  -\cit,-,lly  ' fu-fii' brcaUfiiu"'" iliMiiuiidfd Aunt  l''aim\  wpiikii  "���������'oodiics. Aunt I'aiiny, ih that all  you think about':"  'Well, Jioikm, yo'il be tliinkin'  moughty serious 'bout breakfas' 'loug  (o'ahds 'leben o clock. l)at li'l tummy o' younril be pow'ful mad 'causa  yo' didn' "���  "Very well, A.tiut Fmiuy,. you Cilu  run along'and. have the woman put-up  �� breakfast for us, ami we'll eat.it oa  the road. I positively refuse to eat  another mouthful Iu that awful dining  room. , I'll.be down in ten jtniriutes.V  She was dbwii In less. Sleop, no  matter how hard earned,, had revived  tier spirits materially. She pronounced  herself ready for any thing. There wa��  * wholesome disdain for the rigors of  the coming ride through the mountains  hi. the way she gave orders for the  Btart. The Husslan officer met her  just outside the entrance lo the Inn.  Ho was less English than ever.'buMie  eventually gave bet- to understand that  he had secured permission to escort  her as far as Guulook, a (own in  Graustark uot more than fifteen milos  from Edelweiss and at leant two days  from Balak. Two competent Axphalu-  lau guides had been retained, and the  party was quite ready to start. He  had been warned  brigands iu (he  ppj.'.'s .rio;;ii   t,t Canlook.     The   Bus  slain could go no fnither than tian-  luoL because of �� voy.ii edict, froni  Edelweiss loi-bidding the nearer approach of armed forces. .At that town,  however, he was sure she easily could  obtain' an escort of Gnuistarkian sol-  I dtei s. _  '     As   the   big   conch   crawled   up   (he  /'Uiouutnin   roaci   and   further   Into   the  oppressive solitude*   Beverly  Calhoun1  drew from the dilllcult licptfiiant considerable   Informalfou   coiiV-crnii'ig   Hie  state of affairs iu Graustark.   She bad  been eagerly awaiting the time when  something   definite   could   be   learned.  Before leaving St. iXersburg early in  (he week sh'o was assured that a state  of  war  did  not exist.    The   Princess  Vellve had been  In'1 Edelweiss, for s'l.v  weeks.   A formal demand was' framed  ��.ooii after her return from America requiring  Dawsborgen' to surrender  (he  person of Prince Gabriel to the authorities   of-Graustark.     To (his demand  (here wiui no definite response, Daws-  hergeii   Insolently   reijuestiug  time, In  whh li (o consider the proposition.  Axphaiu immediately sent tin envoy  <o  Edelweiss to say  that al| friendly  relations . ">otween   the   two   governments  would  cease unless   Grnnstark  .took  vigorous 'stops  to recapture  tho  royal   assassin.    On' one side of  the  nnhfippy' principality   a   stnSiig,   overbearing prlnr-essr.was^egging Graustark  on to fight,'while on (he oilier side an  "fjnally. aggressive1 people  defied   Ye-  ilve, lo" ,-onie iiiid take (lie cfii!?it|ve if  she could.    The poor princess wa's 'be-  Mweji   two, .ugly   alternutlve.s,, amr a  ntruirglc,.seemed Inevitable.   ��� \.t Balak  it  win" leanie.I  ili.it   Axphaiu  hifl^re  ��,'��iilly sent a final appeal' t>> 'the<^ov-  <rnment of Graustark. and  it wa* no  ���ecr��-t that aoiuothing like a.threat.ac-  coiup.iuied the message.     '.   ,'   ,'  I'rince GabViel was In complete control .at^Sefros and was disposed.,, to  laugh at the demands of Ids' hue cap .  toi's.^ His half-brother, the dethroued  I'rince Daiitau.' was still hiding iu the  fastnesses of th'e ,hills, protected by'a  binall coiajiuiiy ,of noble*, and there  was no hope that he e,ver could.regain  his crown. Gabriel's power over tho  aim.\ was supreme. .The'general public admired Dan tan, but It was helpless  In.the face ol circumstances. ,  "But why should Axphaiu seek to  harass Graustark ,at this lime?" .demanded, Beverly1 Calhoun In" pei-plciX-  Ity and wrath.' ''-I should think the  brutes would try to help her."  "There  is 1111 element of opposition  to the course tho'-government 'Is taking,"' the   officer   informed   her   hi  his'  own way/ '"but'It Is greatly in the minority.   "The  Axplialnlans have hated  Graustark since1 the last" war, ami the  princess despises this American.   It,is  an open;fact that the Duke of'MIzr'oxo  leads,the opposition to Princess Volga,  aud she Is sure to have him beheaded  if the chance affords.    Ho is friendly  to Graustark aud has been against the  policy of his princess from the start." -  "I'd like to hug the Duke of Mizrox,"  cried Beverly Variuly.    The oQicer did  uot understand her, but Aunt  Fanny  was scandalized.  '"Good Lawd!" she muttered to the  boxes and bags.       < ,,    '  As tho coach rolled deeper aud deeper into the rock shadowed wilderness  Beverly Calhoun felt an undeniable  sensatiou of awe creeping over her.  The brave, impetuous girl had plunged  gayly iuto the project which now led  her into the deadliest of uncertainties  with but little thought of the consequences.  The first stuge of the journey by  coach had been good fun. They had  passed aloug pleasant roads, thiough  epialut villages and amoug interesting  people, and progress hud been rapid.  The second stage had presented rather  terrifying prospects, aud the third day  promised even greater vicissitudes.  Booking from the coach windows out  upou the quiet, desolate grandeur of  her surroundings, poor Beverly began  lo appreciate how abjectly helpless and  alone she was. Her companions were  ugly, vicious looking men, any one of  whom could inspire terror by a look.  She had intrusted herself to the care  of these strauge creatures in the mo  meut of Inspired courage, and now she  was constrained to regret her action.  True, they had proved worthy protectors as far a- they hud gone, but  tlie very posslbilii !e* that lay in their  power weie appalling, now that she  had time to eoi>M<!ei  it,,- <-ituntlou.  The oilicer iu ih.ii'.;>- had been lec-  omuiended us a trusted servant of the  czar; an American eoii-ul had secured  the cm ort for her dim 1 tioin the frontier p.itiol authorities Men high lu  power had vouched for the integrity  of the detachment, but all this was forgotten in the mighty sobtude of the  mountains. She was beginning to fear  her escort more than she feared the  brigands of the bills.  Treachery seemed printed on their  backs as they rode ahead of Ink-. The  big officer was ever polite and alert,  but she was ready to distrust him on  the slightest excuse. These men could  not help kuowing that she was rich,  and it was reasonable for them to suspect that she carried money and jewels  with her. In her mind's eye she could  picture these .traitors .rifling her bags  and boxes iu some dark pass, aud tlieu  (here were other horrors that almost,  petrified her when she allowed herself  to think of them.  Here and there 1,he travelers passed  by rude cots where dwelt woodmen aud  mountaineers, and at loug intervals a  solitary but picturesque borsemau stood  aside aud gave them the road. As the  coach peuetrated deeper into the gorge  signs of human life aud actvity'became fewer. The suu could not seud  his light into this shadowy tomb of  granite.   The rattle of the wheels aud  oofs sounded  thunder in the  ears  of .the .tinder  travelar. a.4aint��  morsel a'mo'iig hawks Yiid wolves. '  There wats au unmistakable tremor  Su her ' voice when she at lasL found  heart to ask the officer where they were  to spend the night. Ir was far past  noon, aud Auut Fauuy had suggested  opening the luuch baskets. One of the  guides was called back, the leader being as much In the dark as his charge.  "There is no village within twenty  miles," he said, "and we must sleep in  The pass."  Beverly's Yoice faltered.    "Out here  in' all this awful"��� t Then she caught  herself quickly.  It came to her suddenly that she raust uot let these men see  that she was apprehensive.   Tier voice  was a trifle shrill and her eyes glistened  with a  strange ,uow  light' as  she  weut on; changing her lack completely:,  ������How romantic!   I've often wanted to  do something like this."        ~   :'  "-.The   officer   looked   bewildered   and  said uothing.   Aunt Fanny was speechless. t Later 011, when the-lieutenant had  goue'ahead to confer with the guides  about the, suspicions actions ot a small  troop Of horsemen' they had seen, Beverly confided to tho old ii egress that she  was frightened almost out of her boots,  but   that  she'd   die   before   the   men  should  see a  sisjn of cowardice  lu a  Calhoun.     AuntrEai^uy ' was 'not  so  proud and Imperious.   It was with difficulty that her high strung young mistress  suppressed  the   wails; (hat   had  long been' under restraint iu Aunt Fanny's huge and tu.'buleut bosom.  "Good Bawd,' Miss Bev'ly, dey'J! chop"  us all to pieces an' take ouah jewl'ry  au' money au' clo'es, an' ev'ythiiig; else  we, done'got'about us. Good IUiwd,  le's turn back, Miss Bev'ly.,,,'We aiu'  got no iuo' show out heah in dese  mountains dan a"���        ' , -    ,  "Be still. Aunt Fanny!", commauded  'ON   NEW YOniCS  EAST  SIDE.  Hun  AMERICA'S  EX-CHAMPION  WRESTLER  says!���  i " After my grent wrestling match with  J J. McJIor. of Slaleybridee ��t IheCrysLiI  Pdtace, England, for the Internationul  Cnamp:o��sfri?, I was <-o\e d with cuts  and bruises. I ajphed my favorite ba ni,  Zam-Buk, and in a marvcll usly shor.  time the abrasions ond cuts were healed  and I was fit and well dgcin. 'At another  time.I had a pirce of flesh almost lorn  complt tely off my arm above the elbow.  I anticipated being unable o do anything  wirh ire a'rm���fo a loir tm��;; lo my  delight, however, Zam-Buk closed up  the wound in two days. In hiec ��ia>s  it was ca�� ered with new skin, an a few  days after tJ-ere, was no trace of the  injury. ' I recommend Zom- Buk for cuts,  bruUes or s>k,n injuries of any kind.' t  ������   Yours truly, -    v     ,  " ,    , , HUGH LANNON. ,  For a!! Skin Injuries & Diseases  Nm   Wur-c !J��r l�� <>l*��irnlr��l  l��  , !!.�����   lluiiHii   < ol����i.��.  ;    I'lir* lifle l.i.vs ami -sir!-* <u" .Mulberr.*  Miei't. ��i >������-'��   Yoik'- ipi^r eaM -)Ule.  i keep then puckei-,. pur*e�� and s.i\hi.:s  banks rp.idj   (or New  Voat'-.   ThK K  their sreat  day.   Whether or  not the  1 American Smuii Clau-, put auyUiimr in  . ihelr t-tockiiiiison i.'lin<imas, rhrirowu  I unties and aunt-* c.iiuKifgct off without  ! strenna  do  capo d".'111110   iN��'W   Year's  '{lilt).    The stiemia  is confined to the  children and to ca-.li.' It is to !>e distributed by tin' ii'laiJ,iv.> and friends of  tin'" household on New Yoar'.s day, when  calls and coii^ratttliitlu'ii* are in order  A  Pointer  for Judges. , u  The adventure -of one Franz fiowo-  i��o\\.-.ki i>- the Mibject of an intcrest-  ' mi,'  -.i"iy  in   tiie   Zeitgeist.    Kowo^ki  war. arttr-ted 111 WuiMtw and cliatgo<l  ". i'h   iiiniiif   comtriilted   u   crime    n{  ,-hicli  ii*1 '���aid   he  \)U"  guiltless.    At  he   lieaiijijj   witnPi-5    Said   that    he  committed   the deed,     ajid   he     ua?  ..loiiiptly convicted.   Two Weeks latei  lie  was  hi ought   to -court  again,  iw-  ���okUjik to  the custom    of tlie land,  '������i  hear the  "'ipasonp  for    the    seu-  'I'liii'."     iiefote. going     to   court     lie  ,if^i(<(���((  to   chnjigi'    places  with ��� im-  '.itht'i   jiimonor 'nnd  to   thmionstiate  to the judge-) ad   riculu-;  how easy it  [.wis to ptmKIt nn innocent man.Lu-  'einn   i^iiiiiy.   ivith   uliom   he 'chanjied  ,daces,    had   ijcOii   accuped    of  theft,  ,(iid   when   tde  name  wiih called   lio-  ,w>kmv-ki   came   fonvail<l.    ,\  ���Uuoii capo d-.tnnu!"' ("A good l.oad.of  ; .iokoiy-kj   came   loiwartl.    ,\   woman  '",;,' , ' 'ookod at the piispnei and swore that  3  Beverly, with a, flue show1 or courage.  "You must be brave. _ Dou't you see  we can't turn hack? It's Just as dan-!  gerius,'aud a heap slsht moreoso.. If  we let v on we're-not' obe bit, afraid  they'll respect us, dou't you soe,-<aud  men never harm, women" whom they  respect." " "'   ��� .'!  ', "Uuiph!" aruut'eil. Aunt Fa'uuy,''-\vlth  'exaggerated irony.  "Well, they never do!" maintained  Beverly, who was not at all sure about  it.j "Aud they look like real nice men,  ~ honest, men, even.though they'"have  such awful'"whiskers." "  "Dey's  de'wust: trash ,Ah'feveh.'did  see," esplodoih Auut Fanny.  "Sli! 'Don't let them hear yo"u,",whIs-!  pered Beverly.        s    '   '   ','. ��   ���  'lu spite of her;terror and.perplexity  she was'compelled to smile. It was  all so like the farce comedies one sees  at the theater.. " . ,_ ���-  ''as the officer rode up 'his' t ace< was  pale iu the shadowy light of the afternoon, aud1 he was plainly very uerv-'  ous.    ' ' '     ' .  '���"What' is 'the' latest news' from the  frbii't?"-"she inquired cheerfulIj-.; '    ,      j  "The men refuse to ride on," he' ex- 1  claimed,   speaking rapidly, 'making , It j  1 still harder for her to uuderstand.   "Our  advance guard'has met a party of huut-f  ers from 'Axphaiu.   They insist that you  ���'the fine lady in the coach'���are' the  Princess ..Yetive, returning from a secret visit to St/Petersburg^where you  fweut to plead for assistance'from the  czar."' ' '"       ���    r',v  Beverly Calhoun gasped ln'astbntsb.-  .rnent.' It was too incredible to believe.  It was.actually ludicrous. ��� She laugh-,  ed-heartiij'.   "How perfectly'absurd."  "I am well aware that you are not  the Princess Yetive," be continued emphatically,' "but what can I do?   The,  men  won't believe -me.    They swear | 9  tliey have been tricked and are panic )��� \  stricken over the situation.   The hunt- f jj CjT%  ers tell them that tho Axphaln author-    = **���# *  itit-s, fully aware of the2hurried flight'  of  (he princess  through   these  wilds,  are preparing to intercept her. A large  defaehmeut   of    soldiers   is    already  across the  Graustark  frontier.    It is  only   a  question   of  time before the  'red, legs' will be upou them.   I have  assured   them  'that   their   beautiful  charge   Is   not  tbe   princess, 'but  au  American  girl,  and that  there is  no  mystery'about the coach'and escort.  All  in vain.   The Axphaln guides already feel that their heads are on the  block, while as for the Cossacks, not  even my'dire threats of the awful anger of the white czar when he duds  (hey. have   disobeyed  his   commands  ���\\ ill move them." ���>  "Speak to your men once.more, sir,  aud 'promise theua big purses of gold  when  we reach Ganlook.    I have no  money or valuables with me, but there  1   can   obtain  plenty,"   said   Beverly,  nhrewdly thinking it better that they  should believe her to bc�� without funds.  The cavalcade had halted duriug.this  colloquy. All the men were ahead conversing   sullenly   and   excitedly   with  much gesticulation.   The driver, a stolid creature, seemingly ludiffereut to all  that was going on, alone remained at  his   post.     The   situation,   apparently  dangerous, was cerlaiuly most annoying.    But if Beverly could have read  the mmd of that silent figure ou the  Uox  she would have felt  slightly relieved, for he was infinitely more aux-  iaus to proceed than even .she, but from  far different reasons.    He was a Kus-  tiau  convict who  had escaped on  the  way to Siberia.   Disguised us a coachman, he whs seeking hie and safety ii  Giaustark or any out of the way place.  It mattered little !.�� him wheiethe escort concluded to  go     lie was going  abend,   lie dared nui yo hack; he must  gQ ci'j.     .  (To  I'.f Continued )  worft!ii��> a ,,etix..  '.When Dean Swift.'was called to the  living of I.oracor .he iuauguratcd the  custom of reading prayers ou Wednesday and Friday. At the lirst Wednesday service he waited in vain for any  one to appear except liis clerk Roger.  At length he began, "Dearly beloved  Roger, the Scriptures moveth yon 11 ml  me in sundry places," and so proceeded to the end of the servio  Or from ibu iJi.m-liut Co.. Toronto, for  ,. price, 6 bo\-e> for r2.50   ,   *  , the year!")  "Bo'.-les-o  a   vol   per  e,m(o  uimi!"'  ''("The   same   to   you   lor   a .hundred  years!".)' , '  I" When  ,1!,e   greetings   are   over   the  ,'  guivfs   will   lie   treated   to   vounlcelU  j  served with a special s'jrt of nance and  1  .salad ami "mei luswo" piepnrod -with oil,;  and' lemon juice.   The thought of the,;  New   Jeur'.s  Minids   makes   the   black J  eyed children Mmick Uielr red lips, and  their tiiue Is taken up with discussing  It as well as with making forecasts as  to how, much of. n strenna   Uncle ,So-  and-so and Cousin So-and-so will put in  his or her little hand before leaving.  The old lolks, In Italy, too. are thinking gratefully of the great land beyond  the se.ts over the ,wine, and vermicelli  which they linve h.jughr with American  money.1 If strenna is here only given  \f was the culprit, although he ap  lien led snmc\ylint t-touipi than' he was  when .sliu saw him last. ' Two other  .illnesses, testified against him,''und  alien lie was asked what defence he  ���otild offer the man .explained the  dlualion. 1 The fate of the prjs'ouejfi  ���, not twld, but (he/writer' recojh-  iiemls the Howokowslti, case to (he  ������orihidciafion oi* judges who listen to  ..itupases." " , ' '  ANTI.PILL---TI,,   Crrli   J"V"- *>tl>  ment"-,, apovt,^;;1 v^?'" Tr���i  -     cur����or.lia;,pil",��lf^  So!d.JyAliO,11(:s,i.,;or  WILSCM-FYLE   CO     L,  NIAGARA  FAU S   c\T       ^  ;��i  The  /inard's Liniment "for sale evcryv/here  '1   > .     ^___' i_     '  , The N(?w 'York state conference of  elicion, taking in Jew and Gentile,  .i the most inclusive jeligious organisation in the ,Mate. Its-,motto :is,  "Keli��<ioifft   aie-  manv.     religion, is  'lit!.'*' ' 1 ,      ,    '    t  > ���"   - $ ��� -���* . .  Denfnesj   of   15    Y.*ar��'   'Stiindlns.���Pro-  .... ��"..-." 1     *     ,, trfit-ted , Catarrh    produces ��� di-afncsn    lo  to clnhiicn  an  exception   Is   made  for i  unnf  i':ivu.    quia.   Ken,  Connor,  of 1'ty  ���       ,    The LiW-l Chine-e  .   VI ,lind   often   li, aid ,,' n.'i.,  quality of th- Chi,,, ��� ;m"IK ll , 1^1  ���a.  pelHpnally   dein ,   J.^ >a|  one,morning,vs,t>,n-wv;;;;ij!;ou  ^">�� "mto ,'���  r,'   M"iv��nu  upon a pirre of  , -,(,,./"'','; \*���*' I  i,��.��    <��n    1.        '-,   . ,    "I'erii,  il-iivel 'Alagafcinc.'  .eweler's   shop    t , j,  3poqn.    The. ocKviimi  tion,   "Hong,  I0,i,', 'i-i,.; . ,       .  the Winn) engi,,ve,i .,��� i,/0 WWj *2*  I  started    to   envc-  v*   ... ' ��   ,  Chinamnn' enllwl   ,..., C..,_ '*"<* ft "  and civlUholIday., The .Mtilherrystreet  bunker.s do a rtihhing .hushiess in capo  d'anuo reiiiittaiu'c-,���New- York Herald.  , ,       A   Tree   of Muny  r��Hcr��,"  a"he ash treeji.s���rieh \v\tl\ superstition.  The old charlalaus of the luVddle Sages,,  used it;"in their loye potions,, and the  damsels" of ancieut,times believed that  It would enable1 them ro make their  sweethearts true and help them to discover their future husbands',,, Tho, inhabitants, of Iceland still 'look , with  dread upon the use o'f'mountain^asb as  fuel.' Their-belief that it will1 mako  enemies of all jtvhb gather* round a  hearthstone on which 'it burns Is deep  seated and was once,almost universal  In "Europe. ���       , ���'  '  "Superstitious seekers after-good'luck  ���may,still be'found invoking the spirit  j of the even leaved ash, after the man-  j tier 'of   the   ancient  'tree   worshipers,  ��� with the verses: , "  I' Even ash.' I do pluck the?, 'fi  ... Hoping" thus to meat pood'luck;  '  , , ' If no luck 1 wt froin thee  I BhaM'w fall '-^f? on  atree.   '  >,       v (    1   SurKlr-nl.   ��  The Professor���.Vow, suppose yon had  been cilled to see a pafient with' hys-.>  toricsy some ono. for instance, who had  started liu'ching and found it'impossible to stop, what won Id you du? lioc  tor���Amputate  his   funny ,bonc. ,-,  THE  NEW YEAR. IN  JAPAN  Tlie  ] "Tlie big touring clir'had. jtifi't wliizi.  i ,��d   by  wUh, a  roar. li)c��  a, gigantic  ,j'i.0(;ket, aud.'I'at.and Mike'tur^ndd' to  ���.,   v,,.        ,. '   ���..    ,     ���      ,   >-' ^atcli   it ���difta])pear' ' in' 11 cloud    of  r�� . ' I   lUistj , ���- ���     L (       .      ���  ,,     '  C<'|. I'p   a(T.   o'clock:. ���!,    <.,���, '��� ,        .'    >    " ^" , . ���   - *  ^    .. '    ,      ...''��, !'     Ihun chug wagons.' must-co.��l a  Quaint aud, curious New. Year eua- ', ,ft|>s'av raah.J' said Mike.' ."The rich  toms exist in .hipau, where the 1st,of ���, iS fairly'burnin' monov,."       ���'*   ,���  1 "A14' ,btt' the smell uv it,"- sniffed'  ', !?at, "it. must ba thol,tainted, nidhey  i .ve t\i, be'heaiiiiK'^su nmch, ab'oou,','���  ������Success Magazine-       ----  -, ^jf  - ,:i   "t  .January commences with a religious  festival celebrated at 3 In the morning. At this time the mikado, dressed  In' .Japanese costume,' proceeds from  the palace, followed liy his deputies 'ar-.  rayed in ancient style, and'the foreign  diplomats in regalia- dref,s\,   lie enters  a small building or .'temple, prostrates  himself  to the .'east,'" west; north  and  south,   and  all   present- pray  for   the  prosperity of tlio'uatlon. ",  I-ater at a ceremonial breakfast the  eriipel-or .and   empress "receive,'their  family aiid court Ifa'r three .hours, the  rooms being'thronged.   At the explra- i lo hate to,wet,my  new*  umbrella.���  tion of that lime'the"real year begins, j      , , ���~���^���'������ :''*   "   '   M  ami'a formal hmchepn Is served from \ State of Ohio, City oVto1s4o.'( **!. ''  which each guest Is expected, to .take {     Frank ..^C���^; oal^that,^  a, cup and saucer as a souvenir.       ,,    m '��   senior ,/.-, mer  of, the   firm ofK.'J  Among   the, people  .the   earth. aud \^Z^\!to&v*JT��^\&A��8[  heaven are propitiated by offerings,of "j and thnt said 'firm win 'pay the sum 0/  rice cand   vegetables    a'nd   ��trln<i   or , OIS'E HUNDHED'DOLLafis for.ench ana  v. C/,l lames,    nun . ^iriyt.    ot     every    case       f    Cauirrh   th&t.nnnnt  h.  Chinannm called ������. i,.1(,, "|   |  for a deport. I '��av�� |llal'^ J  and niader a note of 11,^,1. "1 'I  on which J 1,���.| ���,{,,..���   I* , raf;   I  UBcriptipu. 'When I ,.aJW'#"�� '  ^poon ,Uie, next day ,. ttlli. fj-vc*,  in   the' bowl;  Paid 75, centi."  "Jl-niir   K  ���%   1%  ! Salt Rheum.' Tctterv Eoemeir-ThQW (lis.  , tr^pJni; Bkln disc-usyw, relieved by oue,ap<  olication. Ur..Ai��new'8 Olntisont U-u'wot ���  on 1 curr for- uli-'er-uptfons ' of rihe ��5cin  . JttinoH Ola,ton. Wilkeibftrrp,' ��(iy��; ' "For  I 'due yearn I wnV disilKiirod, with T��tt��r  j Jr my hnniiK., . Dr. Airjiew'aj'OInLincat  '��� -m-oii it,"  35 coins.���3i.  ,,',4i. ,   !  , .  ,   .     > -     .       - -,  I , ���1~7~~<������'������'     -.' \  l    He���Venire-'(felting your' hat/.ruin-.  ! od. -J"     '���       ,1        "', ,'    t/'     - ;, ���  rShe���Well/,. 11 'k  an  old   hut." nhd  I  VIFn'ard's Lirdment Cures Diphtherial  ''   ���,,.; ' * ~  -���     .  -. -Count-Cnmciiohch,   Kpamah miirK'  ter of^justice. ,hlei��.ds"t^ prevent tir ���,  clergy, from lrivitdinjr the <,,,hm j.  *.vi��  authority:"    Ik- prop���U to4 '  cover   rights' of    tne nn\*.   "which'^f  fiove bten. wetiklv suriPnd>->rM to tli 'f  churclir"   '       < '   , '        ,'    - ��� ;J  , ma j- l> Ju�� tlut'  red paper are pasted on the doors as  a sign ofgood^luek.   ffhis color Is'u'sed  ei-chisively'���save ..'lu   cases  "Avhere-a'  death   has,], occurred   wlth'in"  a "year,  .when, blue-paper, is  used. Instead  of  saluting each -,other,,'and' atteuding. the.  plays at' the 'theaters-? -where 'gorgeous  robes and monotonous voices daVe the  y    case    of    .Catarrh  that, cannot be  cured by tho "use ofi inill's-Catarin Cure.  r ,0 ,     '    -  "  rsKANK  J.   CHEXEy. -.  fevroriv-to before me^and subaci-lbed Jrt  nn-  presence this  Ctb   dny, of December.  \   D. ���18*01 , -_       A.  \<'.' OI.BASON. v.  Lm-'^'       . ' '  ~ "Notary -Public  Hnll K Catarrh Cure  Is'taken Internally  The   Bachache  8tace   ..  incipient   form   of   kidney "dl4��av wh'TT  K   lu-ir r-ctod    will   dei.Mip   ,uW lia*g*.  'and   dlHtro-iHl?K'dNor,<-r   that -��|ll ��[-"  lone- tedious     truatnif.i   lu   c!jre    Don\  ncirW thc'"barl,ui.he Ei��tt��" ol ii,w,  in�� diouM    of   dlaca ��.��,,   Niinh   A-neriiu  .R.:dney  Cur^, niupn tlio ,trj,,. in mi hcun  ���   . *r ^   v Sachs. ,(to "friend   in    i.t-.taimmli-r*  AVell,  ninl  how's'bu-me."^-  ' [ Friend��� Splendid, splendid1 Whj, I  C'an'l even get iny meal^ at ',!���- rifh!  time.   Just see uh-n I'm .>ntmp novt.vl  it's rtiyrll)i'cakfast of vcAiMdin.-ni*  red.v_.Tbo day  ends  with  people'still J_SS�� ..SSrfaSw "^'Al ^te^^nnSr  TestlrnonlalMifr^e     .     ^ ,  "'   e ri   T- 3- ,9��ENBY-' &vCO..  Toledo.  O  , Sold   by u II .DiUKStsta. 7-.., ,  Take Hall's 1-amtly.Pllls for constipation  .{.distinguishing    features. ��� Xew' -l"6rk-i ^ ( .'   ', ( ��� 1^���TTsT "   ���> ": "����� '~^' '���'-<���  rivnHii . '    .       ..        -    Archbishop' Glennon-  01 St. ,Eouirft  -"';���., '     ^ ,-    ��� ' ������ -'J has declared, Jiimsclf '"opposed tto-tl.ifil  or  ougi  Sen: Yeiir"  I  There is a remedy over sixty-  years ' old��� Ayer's Cherry  Pectoral. Of course you'have'  heard of improbably have used.  it. Once in the family, it stays;  the one householdTemedy for  coughs and hard colds on the  chest. Askyour doctoraboutit.  " t have h��d pneumonia ttwe tlmei. and  Arer'* Cherry Vfotornl li�� brr.uiclit m^Rfelv  I'lroiifth each time.   I have   lint  lecorcroa  froin my la��t Hit.-.clc, ��(re,l ilxtT ��evcn.   No   ���  vouior I pmi��o 1L" ��� E. V. Hiociins, Stdveui    }  roltic  \\\u. i  -     .,     ���- Vo -...'hit  and   family   hotel, - rupiosenting  rrn L-,,r.w u,!,.,!,,!"        ..?,u",;r"   ,,' v   "he -Hlosi dangerous" tendency of-.'tho  Oo know wl ether one  v.l outhye (he, ] ,f,���e^_ Wle \bnridonmciu'   of    the"  year is almost universally'regarded as j  ionic.               '                   ���    *���=  a   \>ivy Ue.slr.ihlu piece of'knowledge, f "'o     2���! 1 " ,  Pain- Is '.A   Punishment.���Tain  Jffxio by J. c. Aysr Oo , Lowell. iUes.  Al.o u:anufsoturer> or  9      SARSAPAKILLA.  /^C   PILLS.  O   li  tiUR V1Q0R. E  Ayor's Pills increase the activity of  tlio  livor.   and   thus   aid   recovery.  and to acrpiire it the men aud women  of different nations resort to various  stratagems to compel fate to stand and  deliver. - The dweller by the* Gauges  lights a, tiny rush candle and (lies It  upright on a bit of .board, which he  launches on the waters of the sacred  stream. If it remains alight until he  can count 777, the perfect number, he  regards his prospects as good for the  year. If It goes out the omen is'unfavorable., lie gives' himself the benefit  of expedition, too, for instead of counting iu prosaic fashion���one, two. three,  four���iu the old slow style, he counts by  leaps and bounds���five,, ten, fifteen*,  twenty, twenty-five, thirty���and thus  takes adyantage of the nickering can-,  die and fluctuating wave and increases  his length of days by the glibness of  his tongue.���Pittsburg Press".   ������   ,w   ��������>..     i��o   - granite,    uue rauie 01 tne  of the  presence of I the clatter of the horses" he  wild    mountainous | u.ke a constant crash of th  IniiarcsHfve Kyi deuce'.'  The constable is ah observant man,  tnd Ids observation had its reward at  Marlborough   street   one   morning.    It  ���vns the case of a hansom driver who  had run into a four wheeler, and  the  constable   maintained   In   the; witness  box that the hansom driver was drunk.  'There was  a bit of a dispute," said  the driver,'" and the constable admitted as much.   "You was a bit doubtful  about   me   bein'   drunk,   wasn't   you  now?" continued  the driver solemnly.  'I was, just a bit," said the constable  stolidly, "until I saw you taking down  your own Dumber on vour coat aleevfi "  AVutcliiiiK   the   Olil   Yeur   Out.  Watching the oliVyear out has been  a common custom in many lands. In  most commies' It assumes with the serious minded the i)ha<=e of devotion. In  many countries where lioman Catholicism N the prevalent form of faith the  year Is begun with midnight masses.  Among (lie tlreek Catholics the same  usage , prevails. It declined in the  Church of Knglantl, but was revived  by several of the dissenting bodies, the  watch night of .ilio Methodists being  merely a mod Ideation of the once general practice. Among the convlvlally  ncllned. however, watch night is taken anything but .seriously, and the new  year is welcomed with such signs of  rejoicing us to one who did nol under-  Mand the customs would seem to Indj-  cute that all men were heitrtllv tired ot  existence und gliul to sec- their years go  hy us speedily as possible.  ik a  protest of nature against neglect ol  Mie bodily health, against carclcss-  less regarding the physical condition.  It steals in al the lirst opportunity  md takes up its abode-in n man and  :t is'ftometime's difficult to eject it.  >r. Thomas' Ecleclric Oil will'drive  ��� t out in short order. Pain cannot  >iay where it is used, .hut immediately flies aw'av.  '*      *      - ,��� ���  A  writer in   the "Hibbert    Journal  hseusses the need,of a substitute for  'iin'tuianity, thinking    that 'the time  m^ come for a non-Christian theistic  "���.Lurch.     Ife  finds  fault  with  Chris-  'ianity because its doctrines, he says,  iif> ethically obsolete.    ,      . *  ./iinard's   Liniment   Cures   .Garget   in  Cows. - "        * ' '  1 . r 1  jj/Thcie cnu'bl1 a  diffeipii.v r.f op'a-   I  ion   on   mos'it hiil.jet'i-,    l^u'ihrio t'*"  jtinly one opinion to. t��� the idubiiiij  'of Antther.CJraves' Wi.iii- i-Atcnninst-1  dr.   'It .js MiJe; tluni ami eifi-cliwl  c 13i��hopJ?otler."iif u/iiiud^fMlltisioti'  lo'' Dri Crltpsey, rilnnl;-. that when*',  clergytnan. of  any   (lunch  ttiiiii luai-��  self' out-,or hnriiif>n\   v.nji ii? tc-ach-^  'iiigH.'i' ppi80njil'r)ionoi'  deman-h t?i5t\  !,lie, \Uthdruw' front  it1, tiiim-,tii       i ���  ~tl  was  cured 'of  pointful 'Goitre bj  MJNARD'S  LlNfMi:\K   '       '      y  ,'     >       -HVAUJ)   McMUI.US'  , Chatham/Oni.^ ,  ' I   wiiil    cured  of  , IhI'htnotiun bv'  MINARU'Sv LlNIMKX'l '  URvS'.  W.   11   JOHNSON'-  'Wnl.th,1 Ont.  ���-I,1 was   cured    of   r.it-i.d  Xi-iiralfiiJ  by '.MI KA H1) 'S 1.1XIMI IN T  Tarkdalc. Ont,       J   H   B.MI.IIV.  Ralph Connor, the Manitoba preach  ir,'jias just issued    another volume  Tlie Tiiruiu.lv,'.  ' The turquoise t!er!\e* 's narne ,'ra"'  a x word meaning 'iinke-h. iu��l N w1  callftl because the 111 ��� t nippio'-fi .w,  found In Turkey. If your IiI'IIk!."-  coiua3 In December and .\<>n ��".'r J  vturquoise, you need nevei ,'ie itrrd.I '.'  failing off a high pin-.- '"'i.c ni d.<  puwers of the iiziir,* liin*d ^i"iii h u  preserve Its wearer fr<>iii ili!^ ''''-^  troplie.  ���   1.  '    Cul    I'loMff'.  Flowers will keep (.'.".li imidi l^-"11  -styled "The Doctor." One million I,lt "Je ends are dipped ir:  tnd a half of his books have been Candle ends, may l><- uli  iold.       ' ,   ���  Candle ends, may l><-  purnose.  .���lUil H'.n  llflll/.-d  l'1'" l,lJ  The   rir����    .lunuury   \,.���.   \cul.,K   ������ y,  Caesar selected the feast of .hum*,  the two faced god of war, ns the years  irreat mile stone, lieeimsr; the statue of  this god seemed to look buck into (he  pu^t and forward Into the future-  hen.- on New Veilr"s day we are still  paying tribute to u heathen god. Prior  to the reform, of the calendar the it<).  mans;obsei-ved:vthe"i!lsl dav of Der-ein-  bcr.-the winter .solstice, us the begin.  ,nlng. of tho. yenr, Th|s date nnd the  summer .solstice, the L'Lst ���f ,iu,,e Ils  well as "the vernal -mid .autumnal cquj-  nocti.-d 'changes 1n Miuvh and Septem-'  her. have i-ome in .for t\rnt place m the  year at various times in t|)(  the world.  y rui  eel Spruce  For Cotig'hs amd Colds.  history'of.  Clirl*  MtiiKiN.In   fl'iiniii.  Christmas was celebrated in Guam  last year in as true American stvle as  tbe possibilities of tl,0 situmim, would  permit. Great interest was taken by  the Americans'In celebration* for the  native children, a number of entertainments were provided. !A-feature  was a -floating.Christmas tree ' m-i"  nificently de'coratcil, which wns'iyir'id.  ed through the streets of ..\<,ill)a (U,nvn  by six plumed mules will, costumed  outriders   and   preceded   by   n   native  rXla,d,fl'�� ,' Wlllc" Sant" 'CI����b distributed abundance of good cheer.'  A Helping M&nd  There is help ior every Woman who ..suffers from headache ���fa"��  ness,  depression,  backache'and other ailments', during thoicu  when Nature makes a heavy deniai;id on her strength and uw.;-  very woman should take  to helphcr through these trying periods and to keep the ���'.-*, lk���.  a normal and healthy condition. The girl just entering " ||an).,  hood, and those of maturer years, find equal benefit from r>�� ������  Taken at the first sign  of derangement,  they.���K'VC(.rv box.  ice.    Read the special directions for women with c\c /  Pills  assistahc  Sold everywhere In Canada and U. S. America  In boxen 35 ��*"��� s  YdlTrnust look well tfter. th����� "J^  of your liver, .nd bowc'��.   ��^ |OD0B,  Cause o  Y Y 11 ���ches, biliousness, r  Headaches 8ssb����sL  is daily action of the bowels, po����<  products ,arc  absor^"1   c*usin|5  aches, biliousness.  ine liver pi��^  cmblUa  IclMJ-  "'I  sS  j^. TUB MJAfcKK. MOVIE. 111UTISII COr.U.MJlIA.  4-  'Jt  TOURING THROUGH THE   ROCKIES ���  A   Reminiscence   of  the     Many     Pleasures     of    a     Short  Vacation   Spent Amid   the   Glories  oi   the  Canadian Alps.  (Contiibuted    by    H'   \V     D-fiiman )  dear Mother  f  ��� The  mantle   01   night  had-bcmcely  Imcloned  the   busy   western    inetio-  I'oiH one evening    enily  in August,  !,'      ,1,0  writei   ensconced    hinihell  ���*��.!��� V.i aC. J'.K. lit^t class coach  hVi\billed ncioss the vaM piauics  tllP-C....odian    \\>t   to   enjoy    a  ���,..., w^i.ite fiom the daily  gund   in  'Lniyt to that piovinc of moun-  L,, si.lendor  and" wopdious    scenic  In .u���IJiitish Columbia.    With that  ��� tion ot the  country  Havered  be-  i ,,.,] Winnipeg' and   the Mountain*,  J\ of dio^i who chance to scan thiH  I, 1 |, uiiiliye. will, no doubl, be al-  Bmlvfauiiliii'.    aiul   theiefole it    is  W-hiuv to ��>��ke '���"ll P'^-"'I11K "'en-  tfoii     \t" t!��l1 ti'"e'01 year- however,  lid in   a  ><'����'   which   fot -abundant  Kivi-ot hi'W ffdr to eclip'-e anything  , H'foid, the night,of so innny, -hn-  Ipihp  Old      WH     Hl^ll^f^J*    "*���'    J,,,.,,.,u ���**,*       i��    um   nt-.i,    .,i,i,    ,v,,w,.    J,    ,,��,����   ���^*,..,--  ',ti'eichcr>    of   ripening    grain   able; and 'fhib climatic leature i.-, the  '     '  '-"'     ���'-   : ''���"'     "   moie noticeable  to 'a person    iicctm-  , ...��,..    .,...     *.:. ct ,   ..< \~ ...,  calculated     to   implant     n  - t,p,T     CillCUlUte'l ll'      lllil,J*lll^ ,i     mult:    IMILICUUUIC     ll,    .t    jim-iuii       ,n;,_u.T  iinl of pnde and r-atisiaction in (he   touicd' to the eneiyating effect of ileal  r 11        ...\*r.      nt% �� ���       fit Jt^l.'* in flirt in o        vi.ii lilfllln llll*-*11/l ��k t  t l"l I iL i\l 1 Ct i 11  red  lev  ,u of all  who eim diink'in   tin  tS   01   all    WHU   e*ill   uuiin  ,j,i     ,��,��:     in     ii    iitii in ,ni^      ui4,t,j,,       ��i,.����ii��E.j/,iv j,  und level in reflection upon the   Having never spent a<wintci in this  Junithhle'pwssihilitief. ot ngueullu  i development in a country of sue  lime mens of soil'of matchless fei  ilit\ Indeed, there is small voor  b doubt that-the eight hunched oil  hU'i of piaiiic' covered'/hi  the  i'u  enchanting    valley,,     we accept    (he  -.   statement   that   a   liee/.ing     tmnpeia,-  i-   tuie m fafddi'iu expenenced, and then  "'"   it  i-i  only    ol   veiy   shoil.    duiation;  ���-���  |very little snow fulls, while the lake.  ilei oi   piaiuc > euveieu.'�������������   ������'"���-   ��<J��   on   tho   placid   sSui'factj   of   v Inch ,f,ir  the foot  of .jthe  Rockies   will > one   days at a'time 'haidly a ripple may  B��\ 'ap'iear as'it   ward an   uubioken   |JU" seen,, nevei   tiee-7tjH.    What  won-  " .->-..   ..,--.'   /,j.   (j(J1^  (,|,crl(   dial  so many    neweoiueis  to  'me.  fhtablishing homes hi   ihis    dis-  o-   trict  tt-heie    climalu    pei hups   more  than anything ejse conduces so meal-  il   ly to n/erenuial   plea^uie . awl.eom-  leld of  waving gram���a��� glouous ti  Bute to   that  wealth   of,, heritage    !  finch we are proud to lay  claim to-  ay.' 'i �� "    . ''  hint while dwelling    Ior ��,,,mamenl  Ipon the edmsideration of the almost  foit  Shoi'tly, aftei-leaving, the main lino  ���' the monntains seem   to    u-ce<le from  ���em  one,   in   uie   ucvpiyi^uiBiiu     ,j1 view, like mists hefore (he 'using pun,  'e4tem Canada, which' must not he und   gradually  diminish   in   size,   till  .si sieht. of, and that is Pthe, cattle nt the headvdf thu lake, they assume  -'--'���-  "One.r'needs   but  a passing more the conionr'-and appearance, ol  ,,.^_     i    t. i..    -t   .nu)n    , .,��..    .^     ,: '   -*  Rnboujided stretches of, grain fields  iicic m another factor, and that i  Bolei'it one,  in   the ''deyelppment   ' o  *.,...*_     ^>.. J 1,1.1,' .,.,-.^1    r>nt     l.i  iidufltiy.  pduflliy. .   vjne.riieeuu   uui,   a   j.iwoi.ii;   more   tne   cuiuimi 'iiiiu  ,i|i|ic.i,��ni.u,i,i  flimpse  of  the   vatt  herds cof  cattle   hills of aveuige siv.e,-    Aiohnd Vernon  l     ,   /,__,_���   if   nl..^A*. Kl-,..,   Ani   41-trt^ln ��,^t-      1    .r,..*l.',rt     A ,'.,,,L4v^rtr^,r     It-It,,r   t,^   flip  ind flocks of she^'that dot the''land-  cape, 'to  obtain-,a 'pretty     accurate worth-of .the flake, theie is a magni-  '    "'        -������������---' '   nCp���t wretch of lolling countiy where  immense crops of grain and finit aic  '" annunljy?'h|0vested,    ifnd where" iiri-  loiiceplion L of the <, importnnt, pari  played by this"hranch" of "husbandry  Bi our country's upbuilding. One may  ee as  many/as ten thousand in one   gn.tion  is  available    it is no'iinconi-  lock of sheep, while bands of cattle,  fiinnv hundreds "strong, are no uncommon sight; and more linely-con-  |itioiied stock one could, hardly wish,  cii��t eye upon, but thid irf no cause  oi wonder,,' when the . boundless  .tietches of that most nutritioun of  Ba.otfti'age ��� WuHtorn rIluiiah'Gf��fli�����  tie taken" into consideration. From  Iloose Jaw to Calory seems oncyast  Battle range, but* with"the;, advent of  p-ngation facilities it 'is safe' to pnisi el thai, the grazing' a real will make  ft-ay for the .plough/ ." cultivatof- and  binder. , ��' *' * vP r % ' u ,  I By the time Calgary is reached,  ind" even before, that, a well-defined  liew of t,he Rockies is liadQahd, swiftly foiling on/'one \va*kes"'alrnost as it  R-ere fioniJa, reverie, so rapid,jif.not  almost instantaneous, -< seems^ the  fransition from prairie1" to' mountain  tnvhoniuent, to. iind himself in; tlie  veiv piesence of those awe-inspiring  1     "      ������    - - -      -     ---���-   ������-- -  -lie     t      _,.   __.,_ . ias  Ipent iiiost of 'his life 'on,, the, plains  |he  sensation fin  first, gazing '���.upon  pionniohs.thnt'people  as it w:eie tl:  pacific' province.   ���To  one    who ,.lu  Ipent most of 'his life 'on^ the, plaii  the  sensation fin  first, gazing ';,upo  jhose mountain  giants  is certainly- a  fieculiar one. The tourist, experiences  lternately '"a" sense, of, uoundloss va'dT  niration- and-   a feeling  oC_  ecstatic  f)leabuie   that  seem ' to paralyze   all  poweis   of  speech   and    leave'   hirn^  Jtransfixcd >with   nstonibhment.   <. Ad-  Sect ivoB  have not yet been  manufac-  Suied  that  will  begin -to  convey   an  adequate."idea    of the    magnificence  and majestic grnndeui of those   lofty  J,no\\-capped    peaks whose    towering  Rieighis on eveiy hand seem to pencil ate  the  verv "clouds and   defy   hu-  |man estimate"r of size  and  altitude.  KOne of the most striking featuies in  {connection with  this    sea of wonder  Ks  the remarkable puiity  and trans-  n-iaiency of, water wherever seen, while  Itheie seems a veiy legion of spiings  |hubbling   forth     l/im"  the     crevices  lalong 'those portions  of, the bases of  ���the mountains that are visible to the  ���naked eye.    First you will  see"a Initio streani  trickling through.a small  {cleft in the rock to wind its almost  Itiackless course through a myriad of  Ismail pines and ferns and empty "it-  jsclf in borne mightier flood; or, again,  ��� you   catch   sight,'Jar   up   the   rocky  Isteep, of some rushing toirent, fed by  ���seemingly   inexhaustible   snows     and  Iglacicrs," leaping   t'urbulently     from  scrag to  crag  in  its impetuous  haste  [to'find its level in one of  the many  Slakes so constantly in view.    Of the  ifilories  and  wonders     of   the    many  iplnces of interest   along the    loute,  isuch, ns "Banff,   Laggnn,'   Field,  Gla-  Iciei, etc., too much cannot  be   said,  Ihut the greatest tiibute to the wealth  |of beauty and scenery is found in the  iever-mcicasing i numbers ot   tourists  {from eveiy quarter of the  globe that  I are everywhere seon and tax to their  [limit of capacity tho  lesources of ac-  icominodation  of the  many    superbly  I appointed hotels of the C. P. R. and  Ifill to lepletion all the piivntely own-  |cd hotels along the  route throughout  |the entne  season.    While   the lakes  I in tlio  clouds,   the hot, springs,   and  I the  vimt  glacier  fields   always   com-  tiniuul  n   piotractcd   visit,   theie    aro  |oth(>i  eiptally 'interesting sights that  'hiitild   not 'be   missed,  such  for   in-  Istiinc.' aR "The  (heat Divide," where  fit reaches the  railroad tuick dividing  'into  two  umall   iivulots.   the   ono   to  jsucll into a mighty iiveithat willfoi-  ���jcvei be  pouring its wniein into tho Pa-  gScihe ocean, the othci  to flow eastwai '  i'ti-URlh  till it iindh  its outlet   m  th(  j Hud-on'.i Buy.    Oi  take, again, some  [of the gieat "cnginociing feat-,  in   the  "���onsti action of  thnt necesbanly mo=?t  -���-��' ,""��'i'��    of   lines     that   inns-     fiom  .J^fi uiounlain to sen..--   It .is not.��� suflicie.nt  ��*^ that., the     path   of   '-'.the ' iron .������steed  fc"W Kliould   be   ho\vn   -out   of, the    solid  [TOKraiiite,   but it  has at  times    to    he  ���^.S'swiuif,  across   somo   torrent    rilshing  "���'���' "���*& hundiudH of feet below.    One of  the  ���>'47A lll(,si'  interesting   and   withal     nerve-  r  -N?$ ".'"^'"fi pieces of ���construction is that  ���^���y.'M. -femul   west    of   Glacier Where     the  1 *�����*''-.* <^ar��c or the line in   crossing'a.'deep  y,  fakes   the shape  of   the ���letter  ���spanning  sovcrhl .   tiniest   at    an  alarming   altitude,    the   same     rapid  wi'Vcf "tremii,   and   ultimately    leaving   the  ���-      Valine   nf   ,,r,   rtlrt,F,,(i,Mi   mnViv. fe.*,(.   he-  .vV& x:jtHcy;,  takes  fminllelcn  sefueiy  and ihulhiig feats  ol 'fnyiueei nig  Al bicaiuoii-, Junction a diveigcnce  Was m.-ide'io vi^it the fai-i.imed Oka-  n,(0uu Vallej, ,ui'l "^inrnr-rmiin���rr>Tie-  iciih/e what a rrJoiuius suipiise was in  stoic, This is without <t duubt one  of the loveliest spots in nil Biitirih  Columbia, while U is nm too much to  hay theie i-> no fiuit lai'-mg nica on  the .continent that, will compiuc ivith  it ior fertility of boil, abundance of  yield and quality of pioduot. .More-  ovei, then- is n pec-rJiKai chaiiicter 'ol  climate heie not' to he> found elw-  wlien- fi oiu 'const to count Iaoii ex-  ticmuly hot as it coituiuly was while  the"\w*itci was theie, there wa.-, jot  that dryness and buoVancy m the ah  that seemed loneutiah/o the intensity  of-the heat and lernhn it even agio  Your little ono are a constant cara ta  Fall and Winter weather. They Mill  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh't  Coiuumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it hat done for to many > It i* aaid  to be the onlv reliable lemedy for al!  dueaiu of die air paitagea in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  ta'ce. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  it returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 314.  SHILOH  This remedy should be in every household.  in   a   nutmally   humid    at.mot.pheif,1  and hoith'to Arnibtr'onK, iyiwr.to the  mon thing ,ito .cut four ciop-, of hu>  or,,clover i�� the,.sunie''yeai-. A visit  to the Extensive fruit laneh'Uhoy call  them ranches.' not orcbaids) established near Vernon by Laid Abenleeii,  affoids one of the'mo.st pleasing *j>or~'  tacles' to be found anywhcie m the  country. "Here may bo seen to what  degiee 01 peifection- fiuit cuHuicean  be devehmed wiili^ilu'.^ a'i(l-���of 'skill  and science and modem facilities and  the co-opeiatlon-of Dante Xaliue in  her' most geneiou����� mood; and one  can, readily,uiidciHtnn'd how,it is the  product-; of'this much have attained  such a woi Id-wide, reputation.  .At, 'Oiinnar/.'in handing the .writer , embarked.'.on , the C. I', R  steaiptt - "A'lfeidcen" foi l'ciichland,  the point., of ilesiination,' ai]d the  memory, of the pleasuiCh of this most  ehioyuble. poition ofHhettip ,will evci  rem'aiiid1 Lake,Okanngan ,is a lovely!  transparent'sheet of water "'-onie 1r>  miles long and f'aveiagmg-two Mr-  three in-width;,and isJuerally, teeming with" fish <jf the genus tiouL .indeed, "fishing" in 'the lake, as well a*  hf'the creeks that skill its, shote'affords constant occupation to many  who make.it 'a"souice of"livehhoo'd.  .while the amatcuudevotee. of line and  ipd.will find, his Elysium within constant, reach-in almost any poilion of  the vnlley. After leaving the Landing the first port of call was Iyelow-  ua, which enjoys a most pictuicsque  location on a laige all etch of beach  land on the eastern shores of the  hike. This tinning town 1- situated  in tho he'nit o�� a famous fruit section and i"-" acquning cvei-increasing  notouetv foi the quality'1'and quantity, of the products annually expoit-  ed  From Kelowna is a short run of  some"rifteen miles to Poachhipd, the  limit oi our lake tiip. Tho first  glimpse of Peachland ne.stliriR on the  western shoe of.tho lake ��is suggestive of that peace and contentment  that ever apneal'so strongly to (he  jaded cilv slave, while the physical  surroundings of the district seem to  have been designedly constituted by  Nature'to afford one of the most  charming landscapes Uhe oyc could  wish to lest upon.. Rut theie is a  material charm to this distiict-that  is dailv fonning n still greater attraction. Peachland, as its name  suggests,. i�� essentially a peach-raiR-  ing district, and in the production of  this peerless of fruits it stands unrivalled in Canada today. T)iis section, though of compaiatively lecent  settlement, already, boasts of many  bearing ranches, and the wiitei picked fruit from trees in theii fouith  year that would average nt least thiee  cabes of peaches to the tree, ond saw  as much as ono thousand dollars'  woith of fruit, gathered fiom less  than two hundred (I-vo-yeiir-old trees.  And such peaches! We had never  tasted fiuit with such a peculiaily  luscious, mellow flavor���so diffeient  to the nisdptd. gieen-pickod apologies  for peaches ono fiequently finds exposed for sale 111 centies far ieino\od  from the sotuce of pioduetion. And  it is not alone m the laising of  ���leaches that Peachland will excel,  aie   todav   in   that  di.stiict  Before you get  Pen-Angle  garments    all  thr thiink  it    t��ken^  out.  IOi  foi there aie today in  ���sMiiuce ��\r -"i'lia liieat wiviue, imci,; thousands of 11ee.s nf all cthet kinds  I" sinnll stieam is seen gently des- ot [,,.,t Vieldiug equally huge ciops,  Scendnig  the iiHiunfain  side,    and  eie   w],iie   ro'ots   and   vegetables  seem   to  frit   *-��..,,,!.,...   , u.    .... :i..A., A   l.,w.lr  ,1, idi-linfT     s*    .1    _ _     ,[....    :.., .^.,. ..I,.      ,,/-.!,    ^.,,1     <ill  egc  find 111 this intensely neb soil all  that inaki'.s tm perfection ol ginwth  and development This urea ol unit  land im by no means confined to  Peachland":     aheadv   vast     tiuct-i   in  and noithwiird    with    cver-ineieasing   Sumniei land,     I'entielon     and     else  whew   on   the   lake,   wheie   11 ligation  facilities  ,ne   possible,  aie   being   lap-  dly cleiiicd and planted, aud the  line 1-, not fai distant, when the  :>l5anngan Valley will foi in a material .-factor in tlio supplyinK ol tl.t.-  narkcts' of  the   Canadian   West With  ,S.  ir*c  ,..-j .��i,ey nt an  elevation many foot be-  '$fe low that at Which it entered.    Again.  , "Sr .   e v'aw at such places as  the Kick-  "��''���� '"^ l'J��rRC Canvon.with  its   four  tun-  ,.>.��" n.0,s to bo seen at one and the same  !rO"j? ���"'"e, and Roger's Pass, with its t.rem-  J*<�� cnf'nui* grades, and glimpses of many  .s.~i"T 'aato��'��hinK twists and turns and cur-'  *���)>���* yes along the route, will all sorvc to  -. ��i��v keep green  in    tho  memory' of    the  '?��!/ trnvol,?'' �� trip that ahounds in    un-  "^  :?-���:��� ���     '      ���  i  ":��> .     ��� ,!  MMfj[&��U  :��|#iitSP"  nil vaneties of fiuit.  Aftei a buef sojouin In Peachland,  we 1 ('joined the main line at S1C.1-  mous "junction to continue on to  the const, and .soon weie again tiavei-  sing a wealth of lake aud mountain  bplendoi, &hoi tl v to emerge into a magnificent   stieteh  of   ranching   countiy  I caching out for many mile? in all  ditcctions, with-a distributing centre  in the ilouiishnig and pictuiesqut  to\sn of Kamloops. From "Salmon  Aim clear to'A.shcroft, on either side  of the hue, aie seen-many ������ attiactive homes, in the establishment ol  which mixed farming, under mont  1'avoiable conditions,,'has evidently,  phiM-d no mean pan. Heie. io<>, w'c-  ilnd that, iiiigation -is bccoinina  it stiong factor in biiccessful agnciil-  lute. and huge ctopi hmft been g.'ii4-.  ncicd whcievei an ^unlimited' wtitci  supnlv was available* to develop that  luteVrf wealth of soil so common in  the.se mountain legions. Fiom ,'Ahh-  croft on- towaid the co.ist we again  passed thioiigh nfinieious,, rugged  mount,tin'defiles, wheie lailroad and  nvei seem constantly vying fot the  light-ui-way, though ,eonsideiable ex-  panse��, Of comparatively oj>eri eoun-  trv me seen west of Aga-biz, , at  which )ioint theie is a veiy interest-,  ing and exteiiBivc etpeiimental ,faim  opeiated by thti .Dominion , Oovcrn-  ment. Peihaps the most ,attiactive  siglit between heie an'd the coast is  the magnificent =view had of Mount  Baker, in 'Washington, reaiing its  twelve thousand odd feet of lock and  glacier fai ,into the ��� clouds. ��� r,,  . On reaching Vancbuvei,c the features of paramount' inteieot, after a  pi ot'i acted' residence fc.o many miles  inland; were naturally', the ocean and  its'commeice. ,The-sight of ther sea  at nil times moused a pleasuieable,  exhilarating sensation, and one .never  seems to the in life contemplatif-n ol  ,the wondeia ol^ the deep''and tne  study of the important pait'the ocean  'plavs'in the oinmerce nf'the woilo,  si/'fieelv instanced on" cveiy.rhand 111  the counties'* vaiietics ot merchant,  eiuft. Aftei indulging in a dip in  the biiny and enjoying the sights of  Viincouv'oi    for a    couple    of    (lays,  1 which, of eouise,' included/a visit to  the 'Ini-fumed   Stanley   Pnik  and     nn  .inspection ol its mammoth trees', we  shipped on the'Piince.-s Victoiiaofoi  Viftoiial Thai i=i, without a doubt,  one of the finest Homing palaces evei  engaged in the ])'assenger tiallic oi  the ocean.- It is fitted with eveiy  modern convenience,' has , exquisite  cuisine, and is '.elaboiately fuinished  in pei feet taste and'style, and affqid.-,  anothet' instance of the magnificent  scale upon whicli anything undertaken ITv thc-C. P. R. is earned out.  The beau tier, of'the trip'-to .Victoiin -  on a day ol pei feet calm and cloud  lesfe'fi'imanient,'with a clear peispcc-  tivc 6f thcugoigeous island-s'cener\  that lines the loute, cannot easily be  described;- and .words   can   only 'con  -Vey but 'a taint conception' .ol "the  pleasure expeiiericed. The "Princess"  traveises'1 the .Gulf cof Georgia, and  enteiing the Gepigia-stiviits winds.its  course thiough myriads of lovely island-, and sandy bars'down into the  Straits of Juan de-Fuca, and, lotind-  ing.thc southernmost point of Vancouver Island, .conies to anchor in a  ,haibor of natuial beauty at the veiy  threshold of ono of the fairest cities  of the Pacific. And heie it is that  Xotuie seems to have been, most lavish of, her gift-,, for theie abound in  and around . Victoria many spoil* 01  'great scenic beauty the chaims ol  which beggar description. c The physical formation of the district is decidedly-hilly but from the many eminences may be obtained some- o.  the most delightful views of island  and sen, promontory, and bay, and  hill and dale. Indeed, so fascinated  was the writer with tho extreme natuial beauty on every hand that he  was voiy loath to terminate an all  too shoit a stay and commence the  journey homeward, to again enter-the  uiena "of that hustling activity foi  which oui  pi aide capital is noted.  The morning of August the sixteenth found our paity, tiudging. gnp  in hand, down to, the wh.-nf wheie  lode at anchoi the Piinces�� Victoiia,  fresh from her Seattle tup,- to mingle  with the thiong of touiists homo-  wind-bound. The sun's scintillating  lays, coupled with the dazzling le-  flectton upon the water ot the while-  painted hulk of our craft, almost enveloped us in a flood of biilliance  that seemed to mock nt the general  leluctnnco to leave so chauning and  congenial a resoit ns Victoria. Hut  it "had to be," and clearing port at  an early houi, wo seemed to tiavei.se  all too rooii the beauties of the ie-  111111 voyage to Vancouvei ; nnd after  eiiiOyiug a few short hours around  the "city, once more were established  m one" of the comfoitabic tounst  Cliches ot the G. P. If., icsolved to  enjoy all the sights one might have  miVscd on the outward journey. And,  indeed, there was much to imeiest  us that had befoie passed unnoticed  lot it is the imposing, solemn grau-  deui and magnificence of the mountain landscape, when seen ior the  lii.st time that ��ecuis to command" all  one's admiration and attention and  to ciowd out all icgatd ior that exquisite haunony of detail so essential  to the chaim arid sublimity of the  whole And heio let it be added that  (Hie mieht ti averse the Rockies an  bundled times, and ncvei cense to  find   fiesh  objects  of  inteiest  und   ut-  II at tion m such an oft-i ecu inns di-  vei.sity of sceneiy. Ono ol ,tho mnnj  beauties that   had   a   particular   fas-  j cinatiftn, and which could be seen on  every hand throughout the mountain  ride, was , that remarkable .density  and profusion of fern growth. Ferris  are. ever beaut iful, and certninly lrisc;  naught of; their charm of natural  grace in the midst, of such, loveliness  of .scenic environment..   1;  And (he journey back over- the  prairies was by no means ..iininterest-  ingi for nt'.f'rec|uent intervals throughout the entire distance the" familiar  hum of the binder' wius distinctly  audible; while full many a mighty  field of golden grain had already  bowed its head before tho reaper, and  now, ns far as the eyje could see, thickly-clustered stooks I'dotted the horizon awnitins the fan of tho separator.;  In conclusion, the writer has  endeavored, though ; imperfectly,  to briefly describe- the pleasures      or'       the    '-���' trip'.     and        to  TPml  Pen-  _   Angle  J Underwear ���  ���'keeps you com-  Jiy as  well  as  J warm, because the V  'short fibres that  ^ make some under-   ,  liwear itch are taken ,  out-of   Pen-  Angle wool.  $��**-   In a variety of fabrics, styles and prices,  ���n all size* ior won��en, men and  chilclsen;   and  gua.jateed by  your own dealer.  CHRISTMAS  EVE IN   PARIS.  Plotaresqur Seeil*��  B(   Hip >Isi��lrl��-li>r,  HUtnrlc   Fri-iteli   (linrcJi.  They diote to the Madeleine through  streets aiiendy full ��f life and movement of hurrying ���fiow-ds, daituig figures now plunged lu the l,l:ifk pih.nl  ows ami now slipping out Into the full  glare of the du-sfred liRhts. 'Hie Id*  perspective of the I'laie de In Concorde, thickly sown with lamps, was  sbot through with glistening refl^ctloiw  f���rom the (ops of carnages, the aicade  of the Hue de Hi vol! was brilliant as  a stage setting, the liolcls in the bioad  Rue Hoyale were ahlazewith light, and  far at the end of the street, where the  OUT OF SCHOOL  BECAUSE OF COLDS  THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN  WILL ACQUIRE  LUNG TROUBLES WHICH GOULD BE  AVOIDED BY USING  ' r  a  Dr. Chase's Syrup oi Linseed and Turpentine  The   recoul-i, of   attciidamc  i'oiomo    Public     .-sr-liool  lofty poitico of the Madeleine nhowed   ten thousand    child 1 en  wcio"    .ib-.-ul  clear against the starry sky, a hundred ; 011  account   of  cold-   dimn;?  .1   -mple  sparks twinkled from the'eabs nltllus   nl0"l,u"  aloug (he boulevaid. . .,T,h"     ��oi,l   eiioin  The   steady   roll   of   wheel,   merged   ^^ ,C" oncen^appa.enth W tl,,  ol  aid     Di  10   the   On-  pav a fitting tiibute to the glones  of "N.iluie'a eieationij, there in a deed  of the Canadian Pacific that cannot  be too highly extolled Few of t^,  no doubt, lealive what a colossal, al  most mijiei human, undei taking n  must have been to pfeneliate niich a  labViiiith of niountain and valley and  eonqdete , the, steel eiuuidleineiit ' oi  thin vin-t continent. ' And'' solely, in  deed, do we one and ��U owe, ,1 lasting debt ot giatitude, to that 'com  pativ for milking po-sil/le (he .enjoy-  men't of such niaje-dv of .scenn  beauty, owhile comimsising .-uch tilea-  ^uic.Mith eveiy commit and eouveni-  ���ncu known u/the executive and ihe-  'hanical .-.kill of nmdein inilway pen-  ui'5- ,      ���    j; ,    6  . *"     -'  .They- Am l^ot Violent in Action.^  Borne'peisdn.-,. when they wish to  cleanse the stomach, ie-.ua to Hpnoin  und'other purgative salts. These nic  speed>v in theii action, b.ut .-,eive,iio  peimiinent good. Then usejuodtice-  incipiont chills, and ii persi-t.-d in  the- injuic the'stomach. Noi do they  act "upon''the intestines in a beneficial wav. ' I'ai melee's Vegetable Pills  nns'woi "all puipo-.es in (hi.--ipspect,  iind.hiive  no  -Superior.      T  >     ' ',        '     . .       ',       '  , - <  '   The"'health, authorities   of-ceit.1111  English citieu'-aie' jdacuiding pooteis  ahowmg.tlie danger of icgardutK alec h'olic drinks as h'nnnle&s. Similai  wnininps have .been ' bill-boaided in  ���l-'ianci'. Oeiinnny and Spain.  9        ���,_. . .--.��� -.  * V,',r> Stan's Pineapple Tablets.���Me-  dieal ",'iciice liy^ncciitr-in iliseo\i-icd 1 lie,  potency ' ol Hie pinoapplc a-< a .ipiimu (-a  for aiomaidi Itouliles. Tlie iimur-ii'-i- pui-  K-niiiSie <>1 ��cKfinhlp ipeiiHiii contained , in  th^ linn Jiialcci it an nlnio^t iiulisiieiM-  ablu ii-iiit'dy .in cases of d.v��.pepii:i anJ  indijci'Hiuifi. One lahlet ufrcr e.icli mcnl  will erne nif>"<t chronic ,c;isi>��. 60 111 n  box.    j:i  cents--32, -., ,,  - .1- , '  Tw;i mutual  friends sat neai a  vei\  conceiie'd   man   at  lunch  one  day.  "What ,makcs .him l.ook >a glum  this mounngi'" said the'fiist. '  ' "\Vh.\," said, the'othei, "he visited  on Kg\'ptian palmist'last night, and  the follow told him lu�� wife would  many twice,.and the second husband  would he a remarkably fine-jChap."  "Aha-' "Ho   thinks that's _ rath'ei^a,  leflection  on him.self, eh?"'   ,���  ���'   "Not  at  all.     , He tlvinks  hi&  wife"  AaS-mariied   before  andn    ne^er   told  him."---Boston   Po<t.-->    J>  -  ^   -  ltch| Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form"- of -contagious <d tch von human or animals cured* in 30 minutes  by -Wolford's  Sanitary' Lotion."  , -        e    '.���. ���  '       t  Theie aie'inOre than'four thoufcand  different editions pi the P.ihle iu the  Biitish 'uuisemn  , ' , ' ,  with   tlie  varying  notes  of  horns   in , colI11,,rjn)   nen(1,n    ,oM  motois   nnd   tbe   pound   of   talk   ami - fjoodcliild  iu hi- "lepoi^  ���laughter, from  the  sidewalks,  and   all    .rili0  School   A-'-oei.-nem  ]>'," uled in a great humiuing symphony. "     ' Xof   onh   doe-'the  cold   pro\>-  un  .sti-.ii'k through  with   Ihe rattling, syn-     ���ncuiy   111   tins   \\;i\,'    In-   cntmue-l  t   (hi*, bionchiti"!. and  positively   pieifntn.'.'  h�� v     thai 1 moie   oeimu-s   di-,ea-e It   1-   some-  tunjj-s toigotten that n-y .iilmonl- pu-- '  -es, moie po���-ibilitie- ot daiuiPr-TiTTTir5-"  a  cold  'Mi- I," \) Tin lift. i'.K,nhiew X.  \V T.. unte- ' We l,,r,- -,,'wn  chlldieu and haw ii-ed Hi ('li.i^e'-  Syiup nf ].,u-({>d ,111,! I 111 )>'.'iitiue f.,i  even   ",ie .,1  llnm. ,iu>! with jjond  u-  -tlll- \\ 1 ..',���! Inn< bottle-. .11 ,i Time  und   luid   il   .i   "nod   leiuedv   t,.   liie.il,  all   to   the  Iimi   1101,1  but  it  i-  well   Known  lh.it   mam   ot  .he moie sen'on- di^cise- folloM   fiom  'he simple cold     A.s a iciiilt ot    the  ,,atient   hetomms.', ^eakene*!'���!'>�� n  m  'in  resi-tnnce     iiL-aiti-t   di-.e.i.-e','   Ihe  /pinis   of   vaiiou-   infeciiou-  dnea,-,'���-���  the more easili   Ihi'l  a  place  to inul-  ,'iply soiiniMlicit' in  the 01 gnni-rn."  and   women   through   the  door at  the ,      parent-   who    make  a   pi.iptic    of  right.    The greVf'floor was filled with ' keeping  lb. Chase's; Syiuprof bin seed  a   throng   as   varied   as' I'arls   Itself. 1-��nd  Titipcntine    111   the  house,   Ii.im-  eop.ited clack-clack of hoofs upon the  asiihult, like the Rtacoati of sharp  drums.  The crowd at the Madeleine was si-  most Impassable, but somehow they  gained ' the steps, tlie vestibule, and  were swept In' the solid pack of men  up  (r,|,]-  on   lb-  Lin"- "  Nut  ,>nly   i'-   Dr   t'li.i- '  Limc���l    ,|,].|     Tin i��f utiii>'  euro   IOI   eiouji     liioiiehili-.  pnnjrh,    ij-tliuui,     mid     -cv  but  it  1-  PJety  and  the  Idlest curiosity,  youth f'it  hand   the   iim��l   (eit.nn   means   of   ,,,.lj,i  and  age, came together.    As the pro-,' "unng    coughs,    colds,    croup,    and 1 tie  S"   I IIJI        "I  ,1    pi,-line  �� hooping  cold-,   but  it  i- .ilso  ;���  pie\ i :it.'11\ e id  ,i)l  di-eii^es' fii' thfc   iuti'.s, ,  lb, f'luis'e"-. hvni|i -il I.iu-O'd un,I  Tin pe'dnic, -_'.', relit- ,i bottl.-.' i�� .ill  il":il,'i-, oi K,lni,lh-e.n hare- \ Ci, ,  Toionto. Tin- poitiuit and i-ii'u.iliiie  .f Di \ W ( h.i-,-, the l.iuloi.;- I.'-  book  aulhoi.  ;ii<'  on   c\i,i>   bol-  RCOTOir KXPKRIBNfED GIIILS teity or  farm) and l-WltM \U1hV (inarucd or  single)���From best Scotch Anucultuial  Districts. None -supplied without satisfactory refeienees. Sail now. November  Term.' or^ Sprinrj. .Standard \\affC3 expected "Mail -want-, and v\aBO.-- oflered  diri>ci to .Ionics P. Uallnntine. Kmitrra-  tion Asront. Ouiunock. Ayrshiie. Scotland  Note nddres-, for future ti^e. as nianv  tatisfied farmer-, nov enciulrinc Tor additional   help.  Father 'Vaughan, the London Je-  -uit, who hn.- bqen denouncing the  sins of society, says, 'Tf Dives, who  was buried ^n "hell, vvere to revisit  the earth, he would mo-t surely have  tlie entree to London's smaitos' set  today. He would be literall> .pelted  with   invitations."  $12 Brooches  At $12.00 Diamond Hall is showing 'an etpecially attricuve line of  Brooches. An odd price perhaps,  but you will scarcely object to their  not being marked $15.00.  The one illustrated (Catalogue No.  31685) is of solid Mk Cold set with  46 Pearls li has a pendant attach'  merit for wearing on necklet  A Sunburst Broodi (No. 31679)  made up of 6$ lustrous Pearls is another at die same prit.<  \l'c if nJ upon rey���t\t frt* of tharf*  our 1*1 ��* i.luitrjttJ i atuloght.  Toumta.Ont  Yon cannot possibly have  it better Cocoa than  A delicious drink and a sustaining  food. l-'ragrant, ��� nutritious- and  economical. This excellent Cocoa  maintains" tlie' system in robust  health, and enables, it to resist  winter's extreme cold.  Sold by Grocers and Storekeepers  ia i-lb. and i-lb Tins.  cession came';In sight Its book' was  Joined" by the organ In the sanctuary. _  and die music rose louder and. fuller ,  In a single godlike voice ranging down '  from 'the da/.zllng'altar.   < j  Suddenly, like artillery, the great or- '  gau overhead crushe'd ,out In' a yoltmie '  of sound tliafi flopded the whole vast i  interior like a wave, sweeping over  the heads <^C the kneeling crowd and-1  mounting to the shadowy. arches of ,  the roof. -,The.very concussion took .  the listeners', breath away, and In the ,"  recoil   men   aud   women   hurst   Into  YULEJIDE  IN   SHETLAND.  Carious  Cuatuiim  in   (lie lalnixl ^*lier��  the   Polite*   Ciinr   h'roin.  The ' festival "of ^Yitle. us Is woll  known, dates back' lo i>rehistorle  {fines, when men worshiped nature  rather than nature's Cod.   ,    ���  The Inhabitants of0 the Shetland  isles - are descended from Nor>ein>'ii.  who -were zealots in religious- belief,  mid ''Vnle'' to them mount a reason of  tears, and billows of emotional excite- ; p,oat iTB'p0l.tal,Ce.   The '-(Samiuel >'otsk  J' * ~'~     IJjtil"  slgaifte< literally,' "wheel/' and '  the festival so called'na* held in"liouor  i^f th��>rsuii at the winter solstice wheeling round towaid .the equator. The ie-"  turn of ihe/sim formed an important  period ot the .(.ear as�� ijeing the begiu-  ulug of teuewed life In nature,  v Inch  'ment rolled back and forth through the  church. -^���yViufleld/; Scott' Moody ,in  Bcrlbner's. '  Miss Ba'ckbay ���AVhat I like ��.Doat  Henry James is tlie "clarity of his style,  bis reserve force and his absolute mastery, in the  field of eiilgram and  an-  A   Lik-ely    Herruit.     '  \      I'llltl'll     S?l .,(,...   ���;,,,, J ���       |,.(.|'11'M12     Ol"  iKi'l     ill    ;i    little   Ml~-'iull    ti,'.(ti      (.-  1 ivivcd    the    billovMiiy   lithe,    '      ll.-.M,-  I win   In,���      I   11 ed   in  the   i,in-.i~  citi  Mine-,   tin   juii   \i,int   On-.     1   din   ifed.  nti>   and   ti-,,'   I hi?, .ii-.'Ik Ii   lcng\vei}uc  .ill   nlc.     I   \,-,��ik!i   aliout    105, ]���',�� hdf.  ,md' I   am   neai lj   i�� ^-l,bd-  lori}..    my  , icmakiei   i-  all  rile   it..     I   -naK  never  in pole, cvcepl  oui e iu ilu   ynllahoo-,  hut   i   nfNei    -1..1.'   nuthin      Ifi H'CK'pn  i   ci-n   kill  I'-L.'   iiirlians iu   oui-  (biy,   ��t  -li.intanl-  ((*)  ir  l  hum,,'   if \u  t-cn.l'  me  -(un   iiii.it>   �����.)   I   ��� mi   riiui," Li  jine  ,-,uie,   mi .-.tioiif.-  u-^   ,i  huty  .iii'l   i.'ie-  iH.lliin  di' motei  unli nit> r-nlj   ,i'hl.ik,  i,   but   i   i-in,    -.'-   till   nt��.    \ui-   toi  "uiii'ne.-* "    \es,v   V-iiK  Triliiinc  Minard's  Liniment   Cures Burns; etc.  tlthe'sin.   Mr. Cahokia���Y-yes', but^vhen,   only'could be revived by the light and  'it comes to'the fast ball, you, know, 1  think .Walsh has got him skinned t��  death."      ',  ��� '"'  warmth of the nscendlug orb,  'The course of the &un wa��lobserved  The   ('i.iunii-Siiyii   >>i  p;n lniuiCiii 'll'a-^  (ltcitlcel lo iti-toK"io lhe  Hnuefl I'm',''  cdiiuch '>ri0.f��'0,0'lu   woiih , uf pi opeiu  which,  had . bt'i-n  tin net 1   ovet.to  the  Kaeir   (lie   Mfsiarei        I  "When you gel your groceries to'day,"  said the butcher to his. wife,,''don't eo  to,that little grocer next door to my  shop." f  "Why not?" she demanded..    '  "Because  he  sent  in'yesterday   an.4  borrowed an old pair of, scales."'  In all things as far as noa'sible. Every- ^ ifnii.ants m the l-'ree l.'Inii(h.' which  thfug -was turned from left to right���' I ley wen- totalh unable tu niai.iicet  the b��at-was so t,urned oil  tlie water, '  ' An   Kiid  to   liihou? H'eadacbe ���Bil-  iousnepa,   which  is  caused   by  e.vccs-  ive" bil.e iii the stomach,,has a marli  the corn stacks bo 'built iu courses.-the  mill ��o turned lu -'grluding 'anil (he  wheel la spinning���In fact, everything  went -with tlie s-un, even the touihI of  the drttiking horn.  Many superstitions iiicliidcd in nature worship had full scope at the  "HJul" time���or more modern "Yule"'  ���when 'a \a��t multitude of "tro\v��-,"  or rairy folk, who at tlut season weie  not  only   acthe.j bul jiiiaIIciou��]y   dis-  1 \ir- \ou -.) ^uflVt'c'i wtli coin1*; If  j mi aie, iiet ,1 bottle oi lhdbAs.n "-.  i'om ('un*. Tt ha- nevei been ktu>w n  n tail.  ed effect upon, the neiveo, and often I     . - ,    np���,lI'|1,r��,i  seMS; 5uas,lsffl!3i ip ~V? �� ss �� U���. w;  one ,can have.'   There aie lieiidachci- ; of playimr tricks tlie tishlng creel and  Uoni, colli, fiom (evci, und tioiii othei  causes, but the moat excinciating of  all ik tlni" bilious'headache. I'arnic-  lec'.= Vegetable Tills will ctne it ���  cuie it almost Instantly. 'It, will disappear as soon as the ./filly* opeiate.  Theie it, nothing &uier in the treatment   of bihoufdieadachc. .  Coal ha-, been found at , Uulpme,  southeast Devon, but the seam is onh  an inch thick. <, "   ���  ��� Sudden nansition fiom :i not to a  cold teinperattue,' expo-uie to ,iain,  fitting in a diaught, unseasonable  hiibstitution ot light lor heavy clothing, aie fruitful causes ot.coldn    and  lines were K-ino\eil fmni The wall, the  spinning wheel taken out of geai'and  its. Integra^ parts laid .i-,tde, and .everything suspended fronvceiirng or Avails  ���lifted down, "a�� if l��ft iu their usual  places the ubi-iuitou* chc* Avere supposed,to set all going against the sim'-i  motion, which of course would uicau  serious trpuble. The time of Yule anus.  and'still ia, rigidly observed as -'belly"  ���I. el, a time of root from .ill manner  of labor.���Mad.line.  "   Mi-    Mubb-Yes, -lolui,  n   tho   w,,-  m.in'.-   sHlna-rc-  |iniU 'ovi t   sret,-    inu,  powei      we,   in<i>       s-f"     a\ohimi       oh  ' b;ittle-hip-  Mr fMubbl-Jt' aaiII be (i bad day  foi   'the   navA      when   Ihut'  (.nine*   t,(>  . , 1    ' p I  ,l'ns-- , i ( <���  ���    Mi-,.'Btubb~-In aaIuU wa\ -  Mr. Stubb���y��hy. how m the A\oild  rould lhe -.hip's -.ail under neciet older-,   with a   woman on  bo.ud '   r  Much Talked of  Man.  The-  Rlsht Hon. Auiru��tirt Blrrmll In  one of the most talked of men in Eng--  t!le'MUe"uHVnrTOuglT"V'^'��oW"io��  Und'*t  the   pr^snt  moment       H*  it  son    of   wenk dunes.     Among   the ���  wm who, a, pre=.d.nt of th, Bourd of  am-   medicines  for   bionchial  disoi- '  Educa-lon. introduced the now atmou.  e"s  so a.isinir.  there  is  none   bcttei .  Education Bill into tne, iiou.., of Com-  than 'Dickie's    Anti-Consumption  Sy- '  mons  In April last.     ��,  ,nIclit b, ��-  ,-mia      Ti-v   it   nnd   become   coiia inced. I  pected   tiorn   the  tenor of  the  bill  Mr  tup.      HA   it   ana   oecnm-.   coiia '  Blrrell Is not a High Churchman     Hl��  father was a Nonconformist mlniKtar af  "Liverpool, his mother tha daugrhter of  an TCdinbursrh divine ^ The son, -who l��  now 56 years of age, graduated at Cam-  HIS WIFE'S LUNGS t  ���������'BOTH AFFECTED  , t ���   ���        ������ '���������  But the Great Consumptive Preventative brought Health and Happiness to his Home  Price  cent^.  Imiirovlris;   (be   Herd. '  If a man Avill lake pains In selecting,  tho  standard   will  be  gradually  raised   j  ^^,1^*   in-1872,   and "three   years   l��.t��r  each ,year. Weed out the poor otiee  and breed only from the best. Do not,  condemn a heifer with her first calf  If she Is a promising individual. But  If she continues to Co poorly on second  luctatlou she should be kept no longer.  We must set our standard high for a  good coav. By keeping a milk record  of the Individual coav for a season aud  by use'of the tester to deteriniue the  percentage of butter fat. it is quite  easy to find out the coavs that tv III  come up to the standard.���F. B. Allen,  Hampden county. Muss.  was called to^he >1ai at the Inner Temple. In 1903 ha At as ma.de a Bencher,  and for several yen" wn Qualn professor of law at University Collefre.  London. Ho ha<i be��n in politics slnci��  18S5. and has by no means been always  successful, In fact In three out of hi*  five contests he has seen th�� other mn  vrln. Mr. Blrrell Is an enthusiastic  rolfer, pedestrian and book hunter, and  withal a book writer ot no mean rank.  His edition of BosavpII's Johnson and  his lives of Hazlltt and of Charlotte  Bronte> aro among; his best-known  work*.  " Our doctor said there was no cure for  my wife as both her lungs Avere affected,"  ?ays Mr. L. H. Walter, of Pearl Street,  Brockville, Out. =;' It was a sad disappointment to us both, just ularting out m  lila, only married a short time. But b-ifore  *he had finished the first bottle of Psyclnne  the paih in her lungs quickly went away,  ��nd after taking" six bottles Mrs. Walter  w*��. a new creature and perfectly Weil  again."  That is just one of the many familiea.  into which Psychine has brought hope,  health and happiness. It is a liA-ing proof  that P*ychine cuies Consumption. But  don t A��iit for Consumption. Cure your  I.aGrippe, your Cough, your Bronchitis,  your Catarrh, or your Pneumonia -with tb��  remedy thxt neA-er fails���  YGHINE  (Pronounced St-kcen)  "Watch   the  "Waiter   Sayplr.  Farmers should be very careful con-   ,  cerning the water supply of their dairy  cows. Contaminated Avater Is likely to   '  gain access to the milk as a result of   >  the cleansing of the dairy utensils or   I  when used for cooling the milk.    Typhoid  ferer and other contagious  diseases  are  often  traced   to  au  Unpurs  water supply.    Only pure freau  water  should be used in cuics-Atlo-a vltb the  dairy.  Gutlsntl   Ilu   I.nrgreat   Karl",  "Egg cups ate bigger in Ncav York I  than anywhere else in the world except '  England," said a globe trotter. "1 '  can't say the same for tbe eggs, although the heus in this country perform their duty of helplug to feed the j  bnman race pretty cieditably. Still, .  they cannot come up to the Etiglish  hens. Their contribution to the food |  products are extraordinary in size; i  hence the corresponding capaciousness '  of the egg cups.. The further south ,  you go ou the continent the smaller  the egg cups groAv; -In Egypt they  dwindle away to the size of the average   thimble.'   Their,dimiuutive   pro-.  She   Missed  Him. ,  , X poor woman Avh..i kopt a small shop  In a northern A-lllaire and who wa-s  troubled with a husband who oould  ���oaroely be conslder��d a credit to the  family one day found herself a widow  throujrh the sudden demise of he'r  spouse. A lady who frequently nmde  small purchases at ths shop called to  see her and to offer her sympathy,  thousrh well Itnovvlnir. that the man's  death must in a certain leiui aome as  a relief, as the wlf- had often suffered  from his violence She was not, however, quite prepared for the itoloa.1 way  In which the wife took h*r bereavement.  fcald  the lady:  "I am sure. Mrs. Q.. you must miss  your   husband"  "Well, mum, It do seern queer to go  Into the shop and find something In the  U1L"���1,0nd 'n Tit-Bits.  50c. Per Bottle  i.irjer ���net   SI  and S2���all  drujilrt*.  OR.   T.   A.   SLOCUM. Limited, Toronto.  Eastern Canada  Excursions  vi J *���  CANADIAN   NORTHERN   RAILWAY  -X ne   w'orifTM 'fie-ni te>   KloArVere.  I have never known man or woman  who has not ituprov-'ed in character by  becoming devoted to the affairs of  flowers, and 1 venture to say that the  world fit large is under the deepest  obligation to parjsies, violets, roses, and  lilies, to name but a few of the blossoms that silently help the fjood angel  portions   are ���'���commensurate   Avith   the I ��� of mankind. ;   ; ,  Tickets  on   -ale  daik   Xuvt-uibei   -J-41'i  until   liecembei   .'list,   l'Kld  Ketuin  hunt  three  mouths.  Fullest   infuiuiatlou  from  <uiy  Canadian   Noithem  KailwaA  ajjent  size of; the eggs; lioAvever. Avliich are :|  the smallest laid by self respecting ;  bens any place on earth. Place an,or- j  dinary Egyptian egg iu the British cup ;  and it Is absolutely lost"���New York j  Press. ���'.���-���' "i  ��� I ��� Beintam   Fott1��.  Bantam fow:ls were first imported  from Bantam, Iu Java, yet they are almost undoubtedly of Japanese origin.  Maids  of-lienor.  Maids of houor may retain their  posts In the royal household of England  ���o Ion* as they remain unmarried.  Tnera 1st no fljeed age at which they art  Only an. Appetiser,  Many years: aco dried, solaox t-eese.  from the Orkneys, used to be.imported  Into Scotland, says the author of.',il>-  Strangro Pots." and served there ��s an  appetizer, a morsel being; eaten at the  beclnnlnjr of a meal.'  A worthy farmer rave a. dlnnsr to  some of hlii nelg-hbors and In the eonrso  of It asked one If he would hive "another portion" of the roast.  "I think I will." replied th�� other: "1  ate a bit ov solan sroose afore I left  hame. and It has made me very hun-  '��rry."  "I dlnna believe In the solan  feese." broke tn another ruest. "I *��t  a whole one afore' I cam ��ws, >Ad 1  aUaas, taml * hit tie*. h&agrtSr *�� &���"  Oh! What a Cold  I    HAVE.  T�� cin taicklr gtt t'4 it li if lakla  Johnsons  Anoilyne"*  DROPPED   ON   SUOAR.  It'a u murh tor Int��rn>I ����� KiUrnal V".  *ud tor ��* y����r�� Ks�� boeu  c(irlos:_aol(U,  couglti, croup, drtmpi And oollo.  Try li.  31 ind 30 o��nl��.    At nil d��Ur>.      9.  J. S. J0HNS0.N Jt CO., Bo.lon, K��m.'  W.    N.     U.     No.    SI6  ls i* tjrf  immM,  /A*     *- ���t:!^'- <i.  'i   j.  ;y.  I,!fi- \\  ">,*<6B    "a  W*S  ff  SS6  11...  -*S  t&l  fttis1  41  A&1  If  THE LEADER, -MOYIK BRITISH COLUMBIA.  *TA  �� *��  fcl* -   "1   - f> -*>  m JflYIB LEADER.  Published in the interest of the people  * . .,      , ...     -  ���  * '    of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  17VIOS  1.A.QEZ.  "We shall soon fly," says an exchange. ' Moci assureJly. The liberals  -ire up iu the air now.  The   season   oC windj,unniing   and  spellbinding ia upon us."1  Soon the voice of  the candidate will  ->  be hejrdou tho kopjes.  I/O- O. F.  Wlldey I,od��e No. 44.  Sleets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall, on "Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  It. T. Howard,  ' Noble Grand.  F. J. SlfYTH,  Secr'v.  BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year..,  ..12.00  SATURDAY, DEC. 211, 190G.  The   New   Year  looks  good to the  Leader,  What we have we'll hold.  -,Th'e same to you!"  =.  In    1'r.iisc-  Cti tifli'  ,    The Leader wishes its  thousands   of  readers a 'healthy,  happy' and   uros-  liermis New  Year.    As  Bobby   Burns  'once warbled:,    ,  ... .  \    A giud Xew \,ea'r to ane and a'  '*   And mouy m-��y you see;  a  And during a' tlie years J.0 ccme  ji  JJ.appy m-iy you be. ,'  Willi the price of silver souring skyward/and lead going up with  a   ven-  ^geance.1 every eiU'cr���lead initio  in'   the  'piovince shculd-be  workiug  2-1   hours  r  -in tho day ; but in   the  silvery   S'.ocan  'few mines are  operating. ���  What's the  i  * matter?    I^ittho   exorbitant  freight  'rules, or is'if-tlie- charges  fpr pmeltei  'treatment, ? l ���" '  "  of     Cliamberlaiu'a  it,.inu(ly.  There'is no other mcdlcinfi manufac-  tuied that has leceived no much pr.ii.-e  mid so in my cxp.-c.^fion's 'of  gratitude  .is Chamberlain's rUuuyh   remedy.    It  is lifectiyd, and prompt   relief  follows  St. Eugeim Lodge No. 37.  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  veiling     in    McGregor  nail at 8   r'clock.   Vis-  i-ing brothers invited.  G  11. i i.viji.w,       G. W. Orchard,  Chancellor Com. K. K,and S.  MASHA1  j. i  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board  f,-i. v  i r.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71  W. F, o?M.  Meets in McGregor hall,every   Saturday  evening.''    Sojourning   memberH  it* a3e.    Grateful  pirents  everywhere ', llre COidially iuviteii to attend. '  dp not hesitate to luat.fy to Us   merits     . ' ���  foi the-bent fit of ethers.    Il is a'   cer-! -,--,',     ��    . -���  r    .    ���   '��� .      ... ,. . ;-        President.- Secretary  tain cuie for croup   and   will    prevent '  tho, atlu-k if given at the first  appcar-  ,i-,ice of  tho disease,    It   is  cepeciilly  aduptcd'lo children as it is picas m&'to i  i.ihe and cOnl.ting   nothing   injurious, i  .Mr. E. A. Jlump'ireys a   wull   knowfi  resident and oleik iu lhe store   of   Mr  E. Lock, of Alice, C.tpa Colony, South  Africa, siys :    "'1 have u-jt'd   Cuaiiiber-  hiin'.i Coti^h Remedy to ,var.l (iff omtip  iind'ciildb in my f mnly.    Il'iu-id'il Ho  fr^i-,-.*'.    /.^.i.  A. I   MIL10P  . 1114.BKET8  In   all   tbe   Principal  Cities and- Towns  in  British Columhia.  MOYIE, B, G.  BURNS & CO  WHOLESALE AKU    RKTAIL  MEAT  J MERCHANTS  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  Fish, Game an5 Poultry. We  supply only .the best. ' Your  trade solicited.  THE CANADIAN BANV  OF COMMERCE  1 1  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,5ooooa  '�����  HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  B. E. WALKEK, Gener"*! Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asm C  cn'l M  anaBt}  " ASS ATMlt- *  MOYIE AERTE NO. 355  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  NELSON-.  35. C  '  Yr\ "\Y. li.'Mdnnes, governor .of the  "Yukon,   will   reli-n, 'ilnd  .join    the  , ivrocking  brigade  of J  A'. Macdoutild,  ^lo.ider of 'tlie   provincial   opposition.  11   ' ��� . .  p '  It's prettj' tough'on" thb Liberal* when  Jthey have to'go to  the -north polo' to  'get timber lo* help p'atch up the fntg-  menw of the party! '        - , ' '" .  MeetH'thiril Monday of euch  month  , .- ,    , ,   . in McGregor Hull.  be verve sutisf.ictory and   it  give.<   me j   ��� ���      ! , >  pleitsnro t'l/re.iom'mond it."     I--.-jt salt*,' DR.  HARVIE, j| II HAWKE,  by tin: Mnyie Drug AHt.fionary Co.     .'    -Wortliy. Pres.' .Worthy Secr'y.  msmw0mM  pLast   Saturday'   the "Standard   Ol  'Company i'ejlared a   (Jindewd-of if 10.���  000,000. 'Tliis is the'Yimil dividend^' r  -19Q6, and brings the,toLul for year up  .to ?40,obo,COO. , The dividends  of  the  it) - '  'Leader for tbe same, period  docs  not  .     .' - ' ^  quiio reach that amount.   .  1 .British Columbia \a prosperous. The  McBnde administration must be given  "come credit'for'the good times, seeing  '.-that 'the L'aurier'administration has  , ��� taken credit for a big'-ruu' oi salmon  "lin" the Frhscr river,' _'   -. n.r    ���' \  xjnt'i:.       , .     '  in* r:r ���: miitkh or tiiu I'.'/niiw  , Aui 1-1," in 1 iho'iunL-ii'lini? Aip-.. .in 1  in tins mill ior n' Tau11 Hlitc.-iili.j C iv  M.mii.(!<'��uir>in)', Iviuiituil uon n.-r1  i'jii il 1 uliiluv-.    ���  Sfll'ICB i-( iieioby ^c.-an  thu  t'irjo   aint'i.  (ifLer rlie "iflflil iv of, llwoin'i!.-1031, T ,,j H i ���'<-  ,Mii"l. iv lliiini^ Co.u;i .in- f/ih }A!;i  u (,i- ui, in  .ll)lK,>.ll(.l'  i\.ll i\,i,>1.. iu    tlu_ I/.Oll'V i t*L   /  eriio^for  ail  orl.-r   in- O.i'iu.^'il   ul.j.i.ijnis'  nainu ti t:ij Oii-nli-I-ui .Mining Co'ii>/tliy  J.un.t- |  cd iinii-]ii.i<}ii il lniliilily.,  D-t^J i.u-uilj Jiy u: Njii.nlisr 1D3  1". \?CKB V3E, !  "' i- Sulicilor for tCetsui(l^Ci>m.paiij-:  "Harvey,   &    MqOarter,  |    Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  ! Cranbrook,   -   -   "B: C.  ';,; | W. <F. GUR.D,  BARRI8TEK, SOLICITOK, ETC.  CRANBROOK.  ' I  J3. C  ,In   the   Christmas   number  of, the  Victoria Week-appears a poem  by W,  - NBlaketiiofe. , Since Mr. Blakemore has  /taken to writing,verse it wouldn't stu-  tpcise-ths..Leader-, to'  le.trn    of   him  -playiag goff.�� '   . " '  "C.H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, ,Elc  , '   Cranbrook, B. C.    -���',  ^  fin. p.b: miles,"~  Z>]E!lXra2>XfillJ7.  Cranbrook,; B, C.  ^WINTER .  EXCURSIONS;.  '''���'-EAST '. ������'���������'  ,, ���-"$68J9S-^y;  MOYIE TO.        f'L  MONTREAL', > TORONTO  nnd ail points west thereof in  3  ON"TARIO and QUEBEC ���  QUEBEC, ST. JOHN/HALIFAX and  .    ''  'MARITIME PROVINCKS     '' "  , ���      "Rales on appliiation   ��� ''  f   TICKETS ON SALE DAiLY  ���November 2-ith to'December 31st.  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  K. IT. SMALL, Mmiagor. /  Good rooms, good 'tables nnd bar  ,    and   Urat class uample rooiis. ,  E,(J. GWYNNE  ���'  Cigars,        Tobacco, ,       Confctionery  *" , 'o     *  ' ^ i  ,   ���Fruilt��, Elc      i  FARRELL BLOCK,  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA   AVn r  "      THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Business may bb transacted by mail with any b  of the Bank.   Accounts may be opened, and d ^^  made or withdrawn by mail.   Every attention fP��Sits  -'���'- v ���    ���-    . <~ ��ii i3 paid  F�� C MALPAS.  to ouWf-town accounts.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  p.  m  m  to,*.  ��  ��,*���/' ��.^^^ ***  J0b  /.';/ -;,J.'T. MARJ0N,.  ,    ,     * Laic- rf tht; New. Ung'and Vn^eriakhw  <,   ".     , -   "   parlors/*FpdkaiieTAVash.    '" -' y  CRANBROOK.  B.C.  j..  KOUiVD   'TJUP,    FIBST' CLASS.  �� ''   THREE arONTHS LIMIT,    "  pLD'OO'TTNTRY RATES  $7995  ��� Evury man., woman and child in  -Movie had --their -stockings full ' on  "Ohristmas morn. Tue .children's sox  -were filled with good things, while'the  ..elder ones were i'.lled pnucipally   with  ,feet. , ,  '�� .��  ,    t n  i e        . ���.   !.  The JCelsou Newo is alright. It lold  the wo'rld that the provincial house  ������would dissolve, and-it ha*. 'It took  ���jseveral months for the iSfeivs to dit-  solve the house, but it got there.  fop; g^g-gLWaoqij  - .ON"Tlifi'CALENDAR "'���  whore Lhe "bbiok spot" ie, you'll, find,  the figure'"1." The J.'!"' 'stands for  :_ ;'' JANLTAIIV: lit; 1907,' "-'���''  and is of grave iin porta nee "because  that'.j the dale you, joe down all .your  resolutions. 'B-isolve on that date" to,  buy oil stationeiy during the year at  this s'ore. You'll get good good:?, sive  quite a ,bit ol pin niouey,. and be in  good humoi every time you-ma-kc a  purcha-e.   Don't forget it. -    /- '  The Moyie Drug   !  mi Stationery Co.!  ir-MTJ.  Greorge-H. Thompson,  .',    '<> - BXREISTKR,-SOLrCITOE,   No  'tary PubLic. &c." ',:        ���,"  .  ^   ,   '    ' \ ,        l *    ���-- '  CRANBROOK,      British 'Columbia.  W, R.BEATTY'" "���'  -. ..... j  Embalmer and UndertHker,    '  Phone S9. '     ;     CRANBROOK  ,     <   S     RETURN   ���    >       v      "  Halifax or St.  John     ',  EETURN OCEAN FARXS   '  '  Saloo'n5 "95; Second, $76; ' Sleeraee,  For dptajled   information, .Sailingc,  Ocean SfearaeraVFirstCla'ss, of-'-Torir- '  -ieb Sleeper, apply  to   local agents,   or  <  write ,   ���-*������/   .'"  ���    ���-     ",���"���'..'  ,'  -.'������'.    J. Attwood", Agent. Moyie.    ���   ''  J.8 CAKTKlt;       .,       ,   '' E. J..COY1.E,     ".  Hist, 1'a-w. Agt,  . Asi't (Jeiil. 1'as.s. Ai'L  ' N'elion,      '    ' '       Vancnuver.-  Prlces Given  Orders  ., - kj *���  Taken on  Eyerything,  in the> Printing  i ~ , r 4 j ^ '  Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  ,ij  LIMITED:  . WsUiiw*wBsa��aHtasBMaA  il Jewell  An Iowa m in_died' w ile ria'in   a  Sunduy .newspaper.���Piesa   De0paLch.  .This will be used by   the  Lord's   D ly  'Alliance lenders as a   strong argument i ^  against Sunday publications.  J.A.Harvey will conduct a clean  campaign, and when lhe smoke of  .battle U3.cleared awiiy and he i�� elected  he'wfll-go to, Victoria with a free hand  to serve hi6 constituency.    '  St.   Joseph's   Convent.'  KELSON, n. C.  ���rfo.irding and D.iy School conduct-1  ed by Hie Sisters of St-. Joseph, Nelson i  B.   C.      Commercial     and    business  courses a specialty. Escellence and I  swift pmgn-ss charactehize each de- j  partmonl. Parents should write foi '  particular?. One mont'.i assures the.  public of the lhorougrinfcBsj of the I  Sisters' methods of' teaching. Terms ;  comniv-ncc January, Ajiril aud Sept.!  Pupils are admitted durinc term. '  PREST PHOTO OO.  Express and. General Delivery Business. ,' Livery and'  Feed Stable.  Leave Orders at  Cwynnt's Store.  MOYIE .'     ' British   Coloni'mi.  bee   :        '  FARRELL & SMYTH  FOR  There is a low down thiug in town.  It ia lower than a make. U is j.he  ihermomeler., ThunsJav morning thii  low'down piece of mechanisni got down I  io 10 below zero.  I  I       ;        , ,  -��� ��.- j  There will be no   mud   throwing   in  the  Cranbrook   rtdiiu;.    The   Liberals ,  have no mud to throws   and   the Con- I  borvntivea   have   .jiivtbin.'    to    throw '  mud at. - . i  Tho   Mo} ie   b.md    shoul-]   not in0c-  heart.    Nelson   with  a   population  of-  GO00 gives  its. b.<nd  scantily   CLough i  support to c.Mst on.  if. ������     - <��� ���  i  At the last pro\niYial election  there .  were 15 Labor and Socialist c-.iuilid,it(-.-< i  :��i the fi.'ld, of whiuh culy  li.r'je   wci'j  fclected.. ��� , ,     _        !  CuAsntiooK Ax�� MoYin.  BUY  YO0R  [ Tobaccos,  FI?OJ[  A. B, Stewart & Go.  Agent   for   Crows'   Is'est  Steam Laundry.  tf  Fire Insurance,  Real Estate  Collections  ���-THE���  ColumlDian College  NEW WESTMINSTER, li.   G.  |      Becolves both   Ladies  and   Genlle-  | me1^ as Resident or us   Day   Students.  i Has a. complete Commorcial or  Busi-  I ntss   Course.     Prepares   stuJenls   to  g(in    Teacher.s     ferlilic.itcs     of   nil  i crudes.   In aifillialion With TORONTO  I UNIVERSITY gives   the   four   yuars  ( course for the B.  A.  degree,  and   the j  ; firet  year of   tlie Toronto   School  d]  Science,    ll.is a   special   "i>roapectois '  Course" for miners who work in   B. C. |  Instructiono   sivt-n   in   Art,  Muhic. i  i  PhysicaT culttrre arid feltfetilion. >  For CUender etc.  aduiess  "Colum- |  ' bin College."  I     Tenn   open Sept. lTili. 190(3.  Victoria' Street.  rv?^'-<''^-^j?^^->.--^r'^^-^''-^��^^v^^^S?^.^"^^-y-!^5r-T-5:?v  M*%        i. rf *" m. A"    . ) \ .     ��� t I 1 .��� 1 ._ l  ^ f m ^ , .1  t  This Is the Season for  Write for Prices to  CRANBROOK.  1   s  You Need 0ne?-J  MOYIE    HOTEL.  1 *P. F. J0BJVS20JV    -  ]\rovic,  Thui,Hotel is New and well Furnished  The  ��� Tables are Supplied with the Best tne  MarKet affords. The Bar is Tilled witn  the Best Brands,o��-JLiqtiors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL j  '���     "      AND MINING MEN' ,.���mi !  ZSSmVSXSZL&aZBtt^^ ��*ee &gfeg ^ee^e^^^^By^^^^^^^^ee^    ^  .BriiswWriaf^flBaBBa  i  O'.T. DE5AULNIER.  It is expected ihat'aevenil  new   pro  pented   KroiHid.   Moyie will   be doing  Uusitiiei.H with the smelter-durinir 1907.  N,j.xt TiK'^d.y i�� "s ve.ir off" d iv  What's the;,nutter.swearing off' patro  ils'nj Tun F,.itonf.-i sircal ���! itm'drv ?  I  Dlig.lCf.N'rKll Itliliq,    I-.-OI;��.  L-irje sample room in' connection  with bouse for commercial men. Best  of accommodations,  If-'iilqinrters   for   Commercial :and.Mining Muu..  KKS 'AVENUE,  DrAiHR i:t  PROMPT- i'DELJVERY.  aeeuns' Ave.      MOYIE  CHRISTMAS    EX.  CURSIONSTOEAST-  I  ERN CANADA, j  Cheap rales to^all points in   On !  tario, Quebec   and   the  Mariti m  provinces.  Tickets on sale November 25th. to Deccmb*dr3j stinclu^ivt'.  Good 'for three months'With Stop ' over   pnvibig' s     ( n 11   t f  Paul nnd Duluth. '* < .  Fernie; B. C to Toronto and   all   points   in   On-  ario $G2: 25. ''  Fernie B. 0. to Montreal $02.25.  Proportionately   low rales   to points east of Montreal in Quebe  and the Maritime provinces.     '   ���    ,  For detailed information, ratcsr1,  etc., ct.ll   on or   adress  II.   L,    Blackatone  A<;ciit G.   N, l'JCRME, B. C,  oyie  As  made by the  present brewer   is   adniitb-dlv     '  Best  Beer in EhhI Kootonny. Villi ll.e licstM��|tBn  ��� ||tlio Purest Spiing Water it is unexcelled for quality-  IuBist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,   ,

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