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Air'-^il'��*&*'  mm����kAA*m  jrK   --.*?"> 'A'A;A*A*  ���O*' .-.    ,    '<   tV    If    y^J"       tC|U|  ^Vli:''''V.^Xr  'A^,1- ��jJ.''J.->$-'i-'-t\  i-  K.  ��� John D. Rockefeller's  stomach  hao   g-one  pieces. .  , J, Pierpont Morgan's  troubles are of the very  same nature-. . ,  Bussell Sa.ge is off the  stage of action.  Liie is> short at best,  make ciiemost of-it as  you go along.   Buy the,,  best groceries; we have  them.  While history ,rnav enshrine the  name of the author of Home, Swect  Homo and the Stur Spangled Bannncr  on bright pages, tli<3 namoa of those  who do not wear Warm Underwear in  winter will soon he forgotten, Our  goods are second to none.  LOCAL  MEWS.  a     .. r        ,.       "?$ H  3QQ  J. S. MacEachern was in Cranbrook |  Sunday.  John Ferogjia has returned from  the Coeur d'Alenee.  .-..Jlrs. Lizzie Smith   ia  attending  the  Rossland carnival.  Miss Attwood was on the sick, list  this week, but is now convalescent.  Dr, Green of Cranbrook was in town  Wednesday on professional business.  ^BnifPIU  TQ   ninJD'TffA-flDP!    It0SS^Palmei'   of   Cranbrook talked j  iiUUlJiilj 10   U If M   ff AllUO ,iniUrance to the people of Moyie, last I  is A YEAfi  Items of Interest Selected  METAL ��� MARKET,  Njsw   Yo/ix���Bar silver, 471  cents.  l<OtiHtHiU$.   Copper, $11.30.    Zinc,  (spelter) .-H4.S2.  London���Lead, ,��11, 8s. 9d.  .���EAST KOOTENAY   STOOK.  Asked. Bid  Crow's Nest Coal... ..flOO.OO   $75.00 '  40 ���,  29'  ��� , 104- ' 9  4 2  ��� '31 '21  S*'t. Eugene   North Star   Sullivan   Cim. Gold Fields  '4 Monday  '. ' WANTED���Gookd'  and   wailcrs  at  EliasEogbrs Praises Miners'"00/w,g,?a' ]im^li���^��� **<* or  ��� i n ,,     ,    >,, ��� "        j ���*i-l*��?Jy' at this ofiico.    ���  ��� n-T     0ammy ' '���*���"������ ����-i m.'��.p.,i��i��rt .vou���Sc3i  Wishes Harmonious    .   (]nu:^^ was veiy jow wiih piwumoma  Eelatioiis.  FEOIEOID Tlf OELD   >J&J}0,t^r>'.stP'-*&r.^Z. s*r. ^?. sx".jtr. ^-y^-^Z:^2i^Y-^i  l^??^v'>*��.''',,����'>i*.,^����*,����'N5*>.' ���;e��4,>;5i.*>*i* ���^���^��te.'^k'^*^'T5i',::--a,'  ���^'-"������-v*"^'*'"^*-^'  ...BANK, OF' COMll.  S^^fiPaicL Up' Capital /$S,000,O0O.  ,  ''A-.#:HSBeserve,      --      :     S,5O0,QOO.;     ''    ���  \   ��� V'A;'YY &\ ��� , .   ',  ,', , 13V.'-;;.Deposits Keceived.    Present Hate of Interest 3 per cent.    -  RANliKiBRAflCH. F. C: MALPftS;''lHGR  ^-���^^f^r^sr  ?\f'' ^v^"-'"^ ^V^o* ^ *^v^ ^v^ ���^-* v*1? **v0?'      ^V^* '  mm oi  ^an  .;     .��        CAPITAL, (Authorized) iROOO.000  -   \ ��� -     CAPITAL, (Paid  Up) $2,92o.S60  " -> >", *    REST ,: .$2,185,298  H^AtJ, OFFICE, TORONTO,   ONTARIO.  T.p. MERBITT, Pres.    T). R. V.'JLKlE, V ico-Pr-.v* ond   Gen. Man;  E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.    W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector.  ... ... ,- iftT'P'Pr    A general banking busi-  w  !  s^  Ferine,   Feb,   II.���The    miners  at  Morrissey,"Michel' and   Fernie  weht  out ou strike   at 7 o'clock    this  morning.    All the mines aro   tied up.    The  strceVh'ave  assumed   their  old   time  troubled  air   once  more.    Group's  of  minprs aro to.be seen   hare  and   there  discussing    the     probable    outcome  while businesa men   are  endeavoring  m vain to learn what the grievances of  the miners are.- ,  ��� ���  The miners claim they have' the  support'of the Western Federation of  Miners, their representative. J. A.  Baker, having been here last week  looking into the trouble. ' It is understood that tho chief gritvauce is  tho fccale of wages paid at Morrissey.  The price paid there is -10 cents per  ton, while at Coal Creek inmerc are  paid GO cents.  '    KLIAS  ROQEn'S  VIEW.     ,  Toronto,   Feb.   12.���Elias    Rogers,  managing director of tlie   Crow/s Nest  Pass Coal   company, referring  io��the  strike said it would be  hard to  find  a  bettor lot of men on  the- continent  of  America,    The   demand   of   thc'men  for an increase of  25 cents  would  be  considered,     but   British     Columbia  smelters   wen*     strongly     prejudiced  against'tlie presentence of   coke, and  the ooai company have   already   been  News Seiected from Manv  ��� Sources, and'  Compiled  with   Pen Scissors  and Paste.  for*several days,   hut   in    now   out cf  danger.  Mrs.   J.    II._ Hawke,   Russell  and    Beatrice, are in Rossland visiting with |  Rev, and 'Mrs. Sanrord, and taking in I   "The  Pinchor Creek    hockey   team  tho.carnival. .. b��*at   tho   Cranbrook   team,   Tuesday  night by a score of II to 1.  There-ivill be school in the jnniiir  department, of the Moyio school next  Monday, Mr, Broadfoot liS's volunteered to teach ior a while.  Mrs. Cbas. Crossman of Cranbroos  and Mrs. Stappard of-Elko, Were here  this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs,  A. McFarlane.  Mr. aud   IMrs,   P. J.   McMahon   re-"  turned   to  Moyie Monday from .Spokane and   Seattle,   where   thoy were'  visiting for several weeks past.  Tne MacKebrVies will play a return  engagement 'in Moyie ou Saturday  eveniog, February 21st. They are  strictly up to date,' and whoever' misses seeing them is overlooking a rare  treat,  Umidy Women; Good Nature.  'The negative side in the debate Monday evening convinced the judges that,  an untidy woman with a good nature  is preferable to a tidy woman, with an  ill nature.-, Ir w,��s one of the best debates of the series, and as usual the  liouaeP was crowded. It' was deemed  advisable to have one lady judge, so  Mr*. Elmer was chosen to act with Mr.'  Macdonald and Mr. Campbell.  Mrs. F. J. McMahon and   Mre. P. J,  i��� - . ,   . - Airs. x'. j. iuc.ua  losing money in supplying them. The   Ar,M���i -, ,.,  company * anxious to   work   in ilar. I Mlahon Save ^e aud,ence a musical  >oony with its employees.  United   States  and  i  i  ���i  ."SAVINGS DEARTMENT^-Intcresl allowed on depooits.  t Draf"ts,sold, mailable in.all  p.irts   of   Canada,   U  Europe.    Special attention given lo collections.  P. H. MARSH, Fvlanager  "?���   *- -<->^  Church Services.  PrCsi-ytekta-n*-���Sunday school at <1  p. m. Afternoon service :n the liall  at 3 o'clock. Subject;  All are cordially invited to attend  these services.  T.A. BBOADFOOT, Pastor.  MErHoDisr���Sunday school at S  p.m. Preaching at 7:30 o'clock.  .Subject: "Wherewithal shall a yoaug  man cleanyo his way?"  This is the third of tho series.  All are welcome.-  A. 15. MAliBHALL, Pastor  treat in the'way of several duets consisting of Cakewalk and-ragtime pieces.  They were -".veil encored.  The subject for next  Monday  evening is: t  "Resolved that art is more beau-  liiul than nature." , ,   >  The opposite sides stand as  follows:  <    ��V/^��r��5����XI��ra.  iVF"FIR-MATlVE.  J'. P. Farrell)  Ai P. Macdonald,  O. .L Johnson,  W. Pi. Stone.  Tlie leadens  wil  1 xXsC'ATiXE.  C. C. Farrell,  Mr. Fitch,  II.   Camerou.  J. B.   Rudcl.  have  12   minutes  ^  i j u  i* is  -�� '$    ("1 k   M  is %n s  loafing''Stoves,  Cooking    Stoves, ���  ngea, Kitchen Utensils, |J ^ -r-.-^  .avrmill Had   Mining    Supplie-.'   cf   AAC&'it   ^^v  ery Description,    J'rlcos Right.  S    8 ,?.'T,*H*-*'J"*  ui y  /&**���  &  each; each alternate follower 10   min  uteseach, and each of the leaders  five  minutes ior closing.  Everybody" invited.  Mir  ii  5^  7r ii  Oa:")\c  (ll  ��� itillT'  If'IHIOIl.  -Al.*.^���-���l_'^C.V^'t.���*a-*���*t-����t'^a��*.",f�����,  ntxrm&S! Tl,*c w**r*}-  '1.?"\  <��>  Tl  ��  k^A  ten  If you'want anything', stylish and'neat go to  ����� ��>  lil^Se  J>     A  v.  S.-nai?i> wis? Accnt!il.>t1.  11. E. Savage was  acquitted   yester-  | daj-in Oranbrool:   en   the   ch.'i'rge of  'cruelty to r'nin^ls, and   it is reported  thatilrrry Faiif-eld   has   coinmencfd  action against Felix Desaulnicr.  About two weeks ago, Savtigo hired  a hor--c3 and put lor at Faulield'c livery  stabie ia Cranbrook and drove to  Moyie, where two d,:ys afterwards the  horse died. It was claimed that. Sav-  agiMiogU-cUd tho horsc; and ho was  ricirlcd..    At tiiu tnai Snvage claimed  ' '-^tiies a?idi.;Gents furnishers.  R    N ^-y-Sr^ if KJ ��%  yen  .��.  DKSACtN.".'US ri.ifiOS,  >i:S.  vs.  H  J       4  in  Largo  -sample  .roova , ip   conneotib:"i  -villi lionsofci: commercial man.* T^ent  of acociniiibclftt-ionfi. .  Th.3 latest thing- in  :,-Boots andfSf  /ifeifs^iilCapS"  ���.':-���'.Groceries'  hf*! t :ni?i'. the k.ori'O over  to be cared fen", and l];.\[.  from any bhinio.  to P'v'saulnier  ho   was  free  ac-kc t^jeso-^ratc^^ic  Why vou should buy  SSEWINS  varei  Hdiildcjuarto^s foi- .Qommaticiai and Mining' lYlfisi  '(Ih'Y  m>  WMj  JHaeddn  .BECAUSE it is the jjkst quality.  'UEGAUrf.Ei...H   is   the   most  lasting  .chev.   '   .  BECAUSE it   is- (ho- laijgkst, high  grade. 5 or-IOc plug.'   .  BECAUSE the 4agb ahe yaluablh for  .    . premiums until Jan. 1,1905  BECAUSE wo guarantee every plug,  and     .  BECAUSE your; clenlor,. is   auth'orziod  The price of zinc has been increasing steadily in the United States for  the past three iveeks and has jumped  from HA'j to $-1.82.   '    .  Major Genaral Baden-Powell, who  made the famou3 defense of Mafeking  during the Boer war, has been appointed inspector general of the British army.  Dr. Herman Mynter of Buffalo, one  of the surgeons who attended President McICinley after his assassination  at tne Pan-Americad exposition, is  dead.   .  It is reported on good authority that  the Morrissey townsite has been purchased by the Crow's Nest Coal company, and that they will erect their  coke ovens there.  Eigne hundred people saw the Jtfel-  soirliockey team defeat' Grand Forks  in the championship series ao Rossland last night. The score stood Nelson 5; Grand Forks 4.'  The C. P. E-. is getting ready for  the spring washouts. _ All the oridges  are being strengthened, and hundreds  of piles are oeing cut and ' placed be-  -ide the track ready for use.  Twenty new C. P. K. engines are  ready for shipment from' Glasgow, 20  more are almost ready for shipment,  and the company has ordered 20 more  to be built as quickly as possible.  It is indeed gratifying to see the  boards of trade of Winnipeg and other  eastern cities passing resolutions endorsing the resolutions passed at San-  don by the. -^'ineowhers on December 10 ih.  The western division of the C. P. R.  now only extcud-j to Moose Jaw. ' All  points west of th it have been addcl to  Superintendent Marpole's jurisdiction.  Tois "^ tho result cf the recent conference with McNicoli and the general  supeiiutendents.  D, C. Corbiu, president of iho pro- i  pised Spokane^-. Kootenai railway,  s'tit'js thyl work on tho new lir.o will  s'.'irt with the early spring. Ir, js s.iid  that the Great Northern will soil the  Kootenai Valley line to the n'cw company, and that tlie new company will  U",o (hat road from Credtuii Junction  to Bonners Ferry.  According   lo    the   calculslions   of  Senator   George   Turner,  president of |  the Sullivan   company,   tho  company  ins ere .lrnnrtitinj; to ^2,218,00 net in  -ight ir i! j it-iir.e in   Mar\iv;Uo.    That  calculation id based upon thc, price  of  li'iid in Hong Kong, as Senator Turner  ^���ys thai Ohini*. v/iil b- the  market for j  'the company's output   afier  thc   new1  "mi'Iie.' ancl rtiiitory are   :u  operatiou. 1   ~_ ._._.. !  Vrl^V^XVHTUVC^  Beale^ Ilutelifedii  & Si well������^��^.','  -Way Kebuilil Crow's Nest Road.  VANCOUVER. R. C,   Fi-b.   9.���As  n corolh'ry   ro   the   construction   of n  Canadian   -Pacific    railway  line  from  S;)ol-ane l,o 101:1- p.;int ou thu   Crow'a  Neet Past! railway,  it id cxpeck-d   tbat  tlie latter road will'havp to be   robuiU. tt  If is st'Uod in Kootenay that before the  conferi:.pki!.ed line  from   Spokane  can  bo madearealcompelitor of the Great  Northern stich action will be  inipera- '  tive.  Tho eon'dition of  the   Crov,',s   Nesi  brauch   is   not   of   the   best  and   it id  stated that much of the route now oc-'  '  eupied by the line is not susceptible tov -  improvement, especially in the   matter"  of grade.    To   improye   the grade   a  change ol route .will be necessary.    If  is known that since the line was 'constructed easier grades have been found;  especially  between   Elko   and  Moyie'  hikes, and also that the resources there  are greater than   those  of   the region    ���  through which the present line passes.  Recent mining discoveries at the head  of   Perry    creek   aro   .considered  so'  likely to doyelop into importance that'  the  transportation   corhpanies   must  get  in   there.   These   discoveries'are"  at the very watershed   of Perry creek' '  and Moyie river, and at   ttiat  ii'dint 'is '  one of the lowest branches' on   the  divide.  CRAkBBOOK    ITEMS; .  Cranbrook Herald:  Harold Jamieson of Moyie came jri  Monday to attend tlie Odd Fellows?  ball.  Dr. Sawyer has opened a veterinary"  office ih Fort Steele, where tie will be'  three days in the week.  The old setlors of" this district are"  arranging to hold a reunion in Fori"  Steele in a short time.  James Eyac returned from San  Francisco last Thursday, looking' as'  though hia trip to the land of sunshine  and orange groves had agreed witli  him. '   '  ; It is reported that W. B. McFarlane  is c'o better," and that serious complications havo developed that render?  Ins case more serious.  H. \V. Barnes, formerly chief of  police of (his district, is now in San  Franoiseo. It is reported that he 13  now conductur of c street car.  TV*  Ji~? J.  ng "and Stationery  Store.  iv3��  Notaries Public, Etc.  r����  e hi  1 *  �� m if-j  CllOOi   Mpplies*:  to   refund   your   money  if  O'.ou lire.not'suiisfied;  Only onegrade--THE BEST.  Accounting,' Conveyaucing",etc,   .+j.,  Juti JiMl'IKU TOKACCO  Crj  ,;i^: J  liomi Oftice  ORANliilOOK.  M0YIE, B, C. MOYiBi  / t *:*-?���  '>-'?W,&��T?,-l��rSlir&*,rr'^^  ���ll*"*"   ���'^1��wqi -��� ��� rf.r...n��� w      p^y  I <  ��� 1\  -*l  s-;.-:.-- ^ ���.  .1* ���S)��^vj�����<sXS^'&'i'����3��'5y->3)����  S  .'?  I.-'  ���iS"  ��� <  ..i.  i;  i     '  l -  |:l  j-  l|'  tlm   nal'irt   on   this   car.J,        John      f. It  '  his perplexi) les  increai-e.   JIimvus  de  bating  whether  or no  to  denv     him  .self to  aJ!   vi--.it017,  tli.it   n'ght,   who;  Twiss   was  announced.  .1,  A Novel bj Annie Thompson.  This business of despatching pnr-  cels and writing apologh\-) occupied  him until into in the evening: when  it was completed, he took up Alan'?  papers with the intention of examin-  ing those among them that had reference to ltiehard Twiss. Try as he  would he could not, apply Ills'" mind  t.o the 1'rneiiead Stnvt propert\. "1 lis  thoughts persistently        wandered  where his eyes led them, to Hint  lovely girlish face reproduced so perfectly l>y,, Alan's pencil. lip leaned  back in his chair, and, perforce...gave  3 hinnvlf license 1o ,, think of her.  Memory w.i.s eager-to pie-lure in him  the \Inns\' garden, the glowing  roses,       and       -Mary. nc, could'  hear        the      . droni'ng of bees,  the dash of waves upon the  shore���and Mary's voice, now gay,  now o.ini'St, now sad. All ,lvr words  came back to him. as he listened :  lier happy c-ontidencvH, her proud  praise of her lover���that incoinpar-  nl,le lover, who was so clever, who  , Knew so- much, who did everything  so well, whose favorite study was  anisic!' Stay���here at last was tlie  fl up- 1,0 1 lint haunting recollection !  lie found hiinseir listening so intently 10 the weird dirge-like minor air,  linked in -recit at i\e with (he words  "He came to deliver them who  nthrough   fear, of      death      were      all  , their ��� lifetime subject, to bondage."  ��� "Suhstituto tlio word ^Discovery'  for the word 'Death,' reflected John,  ���'and I ran understand how he has  contrived tq express so much .fear ih  the music." ' ���        ,  The darkness had grown deep:-- it  was/close on midnight:" he laid aside  Alan's paper till the morrow. ���- Mis  last waking vision was of a face,  white and sad,- with dark eyes that  looked into his almost ��� despairingly. "Poor- Kate," he thought, ''what  a contrast she is to Mary! Will thu  devil keep, her awake to-night, I  wonder? She" is a, strange, incomprehensible girl; T wish she were  ,    happier���poor  Kate!" -  On   Friday   morning,   the   carefully  !' prepared "Memoranda' of , my  Brother's dealings with me: and details of the sale for ��G,000, of our  property in Braehead Street," were  closely examined. They included,*, an  exact account of the various sums  paid by Richard to his brother ;  ending with the note "of the ��200,  in, exchange for which Alan had  agreed to resign all further claims  on their joint property. .There was  no   evidence   among   the      mass      af  -��� notes, newspaper cutting's and letters, to support Richard's representation that the property had depreciated   in, value���the contrary   secm-  . ed to be the case: but there was  '" proof that Richard had '- concluded  the sale of the houses for ��6,000,  by private bargain, on.the very day  that Alan consented to relinquish  his claim on them. TTow Alan  could have allowed himself to be so  duped, appeared almost incomprehensible: his negligence in looking into  his own affairs, was only to be accounted for when his ill-health and  youth "were taken into consideration.  "When John tied together the Memoranda before returning them to  their place, his opinion' or "Richard  Twiss had undergone considerable  change: it was destined to be still  further'changed during the day.  He succeeded, beyond his expectations in finding among'his acquaintances those who could enlighten hiin  as to the place occupied by Gavin  Wishart in the general esteem. Both  as regarded his public and his private life, this young man was held  to he altogether blameless, altogether praiseworthy. ' Vet, while he  listened to 'the eulogies pronounced  bv one person after another, upon  Mary's lover, John felt, a growing  pity for him: begotten of the conviction that Gavin, in spite of his  enviable position in the world's estimation, must constantly, through  fear of discovery, he subject to a  degrading  and   intolerable  bondage.  In the course of his inquiries.John  also.gleaned some further information concerning Twiss; whereby his  impression that thc lawyer was a  scamp, became strengthened. Undeniably, he would have, viewed fliuse  two men in an entirely diih-reiit  light had he had tlie rcii-H".--'  grounds for hoping that Mary's  attitude towards him might be altered he realized this fact at intervals, und  despised himself.  When tho hour of his appointment  with i-'ichard Twiss drew near, lie  repaired to tho room in which lie  had  elected   to  receive his   visitor.  Throughout   the  day  he  laid       been  fully occupied���its climax���this coming  interview���wa.s  close     at     hand,  and   the   closer   it  came  the  loss   prepared  for   it did   he  feel.  The  end   he  had   in   view   was   clear;   the     means  by i    which     he     hoped     to     attain  it,     were     clear      also;       hut       whether these means     were      justifiable,  whether  they  would .suffice,   what he  should do in tlie event of their failing  to suffice���all  this  was  not  clear at  all.  He had grasped hastily    at    the  most  effective     plan     for      securing  Mary's happiness that had suggested  itself  to  him;   and  now      that      trie  time for   putting   it  into      execution  had   arrived,   he   felt, as   though       he  were grasping,a  shadow.      All       ihe  advantages Of'this-arrangement    had  been   prominent   until   this     moment,  when  they  effaced   themselves   in   favor   of- its   defects.   And   time   pressed  so!   There  was no  longer  any  leisure  left   in   whi��h   to   devise   an   alternative course of procedure.  A card lay on-his table, left there  by some one who had called that  afternoon, and, finding him absent,  had expressed an intention of calling  again in the evening. As lie looked at  dlAl'TUR VII.  That inspiring vision of the- Finger  of Providence, by' which Richard  Twiss had been so much encouraged  while he prepared to leave town on  Thursday, remained with him until  his return on Friday., During his  stay he experienced a delicious ease  of*'mind, his difficulties vanished one  by one, and brilliant prospects  spread themselves before him.. He  was able to .look forward complacently to 1)10 proposed mee'ing  with Gavin Wishart on Tuesday,  because he saw himself in imagination purchasing Argentine I'onds  in London on Monday. Ue even  mapped out for tho new securities a  career of most successful duplicity.  Mental ease induced physical ease:  for a brief space of time lie enjoyed  complete immunity from fear, either  of loss  or of pain.  TJnfortuna.lely the vision grew less  distinct as he returned to the city,  by the time he had reached the Central, it had .'almost deserted him.  John was not more beset by doubts  and dreads,  than  was his visitor.  Having met, the two men promptly exerted themselves to evade the  object of their meeting. They spoke  of the appearance of the country,  of the, forward state of the crops,  of possible danger to the harvest  from drought at present 'and from  .floods later on. They discussed .the  'Cooper's "Mill lire and its attendant  disasters. John made particular inquiries as to his companion's  health: Twiss, in his turn, asked  whether Mr. Cayford intended to remain, long in Scotland., ,  "Xo," said John, "I leave almost immediately. I sail from Plymouth next week."  A pause ensued. .Each ��� measured  his chances of success, and found  them small: each grew more resolutely determined to obtain what1  he wanted, in some way. *  "I have not forgotten our conversation in your oilice yesterday,"John  said at length. "Vou ma'de. a request  then which I promised to consider.  I have considered it."  . Twiss, leaned forward in his chair,  breathing with" difficulty: he -put  his hand to his heart, not because he  felt pain there, but because that horrible dread of pain, that paralyzing  -terror, had begun to creep over him.  As in a lightning"- Hash.' he suddenly  saw what his position would be" if  the money were denied to him: the  sight filled him with" alarm, almost  with, despair. He tried to speak, but  'his lips could scarcely shape-.words.  ' "Your answer?" he managed to  say.  "I have a proposal to make to you-  Mr. Twiss. I will not,lend you the  money"���Richard       almost ceased  breathing���"but you can have' it    if  you will,.on one condition."  ''"What condition?"  "Your brother has told you of his  Innocence. He has told you that T  hold the proofs of it, and here they  are. I propose . to exchange this  cheque, for your consent -.to the  destruction by mo of these proofs before anyone btit myself 'lias seen  them. Will you take it?" u  - Twiss stared in amazement from'  the long strip of paper held toward  him, to the bundle ot* papers on the  table, and to John's face. 'He  had not thought twice of his brother's letter; salvation for himself  had not seemed to he anywhere in  that direction. But clearly these  proofs were of importance'! He tried  to rally his wits. His hand stole involuntarily out to  the cheque.  "If Alan is innocent, who is guilty?" he asked, hesitating.  "I have not the remotest intention  to  teil   you.      Your  brother   left     in-  f-'ervo J am no. ati-.iuus lo i.e,ii.>\  it, a rid !- ������run.m. j some rather interesting" information. Alan has labelled ir, ���.uei-ioi.iiida of my brother's d.-'.ilii.;''--, with me" and details  of the ".ale for ��o,0C'U, of our pi o-  pei ty in Braehead Street.' Ho you  want it?"  Richard swore; seized the packet  tendered to him, and departed.  '"That kind of reptile,/' reflected  John, "must live in perpetual fear  of discovery: he has perhaps grown  used to  the bondage."  Ue     sighed      with    relief     at  thought that  he'was now free to  stroy      the     papers:  yet,  he was  from feeling altogether at ease in  mind.     Since lie  had  announced  intention   to  violate his  promise  . nl  i'e.  Ill- a'l.v  diuonal  thai In'  1111 ei p;'  ���'I i.'i  hOuii e.niio to  as much   as   1  ho thoiii-'ht  pi oof <'t i'a\ m s  .--.li.iuld lake .->ih;1i  11 |j, r <'.' rr John,  ly b.-lievi- lhat  a mm in ji nd  do,   ..raviin"  it  ���1 ii  ad  ��<���''  id  il'SS,  a  VlVld  ,*, on  Will  like  him  Ml  IP  ��x-  the  de-  far  his  his  to  have  Alan,   that   promise  seemed   to  become particularly  binding.    ->  Mary's happiness, - Mary's happiness! at all costs, it must be secured. L  Dusk was falling, a damp mist enveloped the city^ John set light to  the fire in his grate; the damp chilled him, and a fire would be useful.  Up leaped ��� the flames, shedding a  ruddy glare throughout the rooni!  He gathered together his. papers���  "Mary's picturp being upperhiost���  and drew his chair to thc fire-side.  The glowing light illumined her face,  her lovely, happy face. "No sorrow  must shadow1 it, no trouble must  come to her. that he could keep at a  .distance.  There was a stir within the room,  Gavin  Wishart  entered.  In three minutes the young man  had said various graceful- things in  a graceful ,way. He apologized for  his intrusion, expressed thanks for  the parcel of books brought from  Melbourne, regretted that his aunt  should have , trespassed so largely  on <Mr. Cayford's good nature, and  alluded to FclUro'ssan as a place  where they had interests in "coin-  mon. John watched him, as he seated himself in the fire light, and'failed to dcteqt in his face,any sign that  he was subject to, a> terrible bondage  through fear of discovery.  ,  Tne firelight, glancing here^ and  there, fell brightly on "Mary's picturo'  and, attracted Gavin's notice to it.  He uttered an involuntary exclamation of surprise. John handed the  drawing to him. ",,   ,  "This is excellent indeed!" said  Wishart.'- "I had no idea that you  were aa artist." -  .,  "T am not: that was drawn b3r a  young friend of mine���:Alan Twiss."  '' Gavin started so violently, that  the paper flew from' his hand to. the  ground. John lifted it up. He had  had one momentary glimpse of a face  disfigured b'y.ifear, thereafter he kept  his eyes faxed on the drawing in.his  hand.  ��� "Alan Twiss had rather a sad history," he said. ''I met him as he  was ,on his "way home from Melbourne: we- traveled together as far  as Tenerife, where, he died,' just as  we were landing. He had0left homo  in ..ill health two years before, and  had been accused ��� of forgery after  he left. He had been successful in  collecting proofs of his innocence; he  was coming home,,to, clear his name.  structjons that these proofs were to  be shewn, not to you al, all, but to  a third person. Since I reached this  country con a in facts have come "to  my knowledge which lead me to believe that, had he known all I know,  Alan would have destroyed his papers before his death. I lake upon  myself the responsibility of acting as  I believe he would have -wished me  to act. With your consent, 1 shall  destroy his papers without' consulting this third person? I ask for your-  consent mainly because your name  has had disgrace attached to it,  which these proofs would clear  away."  "What if I refuse to give it?"  "Vou   will,not refuse.     You     need  this money."  "I am to consider the money in the  light of compensation for a disgraced  name?"  "You are at liberty to consider il  in  any   lii^lit   you  choose."  "1 shoi'ld have heard nothing at al!  about, tlie matter, f conclude.' if Alan  had not alluded to it in his letter  to inc. He has been particularly  forluna.te Jn his choice of an executor, Mr. Ca'.ford: he i.s to be congratulated, I think."  John   wa.s silent.  "Perhaps," sneered Richard, "1 am  to . understand that you prefer to  have the odium of forgery attached  to a relative of mine rather than to  a relative of yours! That would not  be unnatural."  "Understand precisely "what you  please. I had the impression yesterday, that a x^vy disagreeable odium  would attach itself to your name, if  this  sum   of -money  were  not     forth--  so.id.  John.      "Then  interview '   at  coming to-morrow.' ���  Richard's fingers closed upon the  paper. , ,  "L will   take  it,"   he  "Thanks," returned  we 111 ay consider o u r  an end." . . '  Twiss examined the cheque placed  it in his, pocket hook,' rose���-mid  then re-seated himself,.  "I. would prefer to see those papers  destroyed,"  he said  su.spieioiisi.v.  "Oh, by all means! I am delighted  to have you as a 'witness, it. is possible that w'li shall have a second:.!  am expecting your friend Mr. Wishart  to   call ��� immediately."  "1 shall not stay," sa.id (Richard,  rising   in  haste.  "There is one packet here," continued John, -turning over the1'papers,     "that you    may  care   to     pre-  At Tenerife he expected to meet a  friend who could give evidence that  would incriminate the .forger. T  learned that this friend of his was  already dead. Alan's proofs, however, were quite sufficient: he left  them in my hands, trusting to me to  see justice done. Three weeks ago I  came to Glasgow to carry out his  "wishes. There   were   delaj's.     The  papers were to be handed to a Mr.  Anderson, who was absent from  town; I had to wait his return. He  returns on Monday, but in the interval���my determination has been  changed. I have resolved, rightly or  wrongly, to break my pledge to Alan,  The name of the forger was known  solely, solely, to Corbet.t, to Alan,  and to myself.' Corbett and Alan are  now dead; and I hold all the proofs  in my hands, here. This is the forged receipt. These are three letters  written by the forger to Corbett: the  first one proves that the writer was  in need of money; the second proves  that he was an adept in the art of  imitating handwritings; the third  proves that he was with Corbett at  the time "when, and in the place  whei-e, the receipt was forged. Here  are other two letters, from Corbett  to Alan, giving full details. All  these . papers, which I undertook to  produce/' I am now going to burn."  He dropped them, one by one, into  'the fire.  "And now," he said, "there is absolutely no proof whatever, remaining. Every one of the papers consigned to me by Alan is destroyed;  -ex-cepj. ing this, which I inteyd to  keep."  He continued to look steadily at  the drawing, his head turned away  from the figure beside him.  For several minutes neither sound  nor movement was made. Then  John's arm was touched, lie looked  at his companion; Mary would have  found it dillicult to recognize her  lover���his face was so white, so  haggard.  "Mr. Cayford���>" he began, and  could  not articulate another  word.  "You, too," said John slowly,  "you, too, are distressed at the  thought of poor Alan's sad life; and  yet are relieved that, since he is  dead, the other should go free. The  happiness of other lives is a filing  to be guarded. Mary's happiness  has always been dear to me she tells  me that you are t.o.have the care of  it; T hope���I believe, it is in safe  hands."    ���..���������"'    -.'���;.,���  Still, Gavin could not titter one  -word. The'two looked at each other in silence: their hands .met for a  moment:  then  Gavin rose, and went.  claimed  one day.  "Perhaps i tio so. already," he answered.  Tho prolonged spell of glorious  weather which had lasted so long,  camo to an end at length. The finest  June that had been known for  years, was succeeded by a, stormy  July the wind raged, the sea lashed  itself 'into fury, wrecks strewed the  coast, the newspaper columns were  tilled daily with lists of casualties  and disasters. At night time, Kate  would stand for hours by her window in a state' of wretched despair;  for the "Curlew" was nine1 days out  from England, and there was no  word yet of her arrival at Tenerife.  Kate watched inky masses of cloud  tear their way across the sky; she  looked lower, and saw 'winto surf  driven furiously upon the'rocks': The  darkness that descended to blot  out all sights, seemed to a lend a  terrible intensity to all , sounds.  While lCato stared, .wide-eyed, ' into  impenetrable blackness, all hor senses  seemed to merge themselves into her  power of hearing!,She listened to the  ������oar of the sea, the moam'njr. and  wailing ot the wind, until sound became an unendurable torture, , and,  with hands pressed tight against her  ears, she paced up and down her  room  in  misery.        l   ,  Early one, morning,, the "Curlew"  iloated gently into -Santa Cni"-i Bay,  and lay at anchor.*, there, safe from  the furious storm through which she  had passed. Calm and sunshine and  benuty greeted her; the burning wind  of noon-day had not risen. , It was  tho hour' ''of mass. Spanish ladies,  who had not vat been driven by the  heat to I aguna", were on their way  fo tho Iglesia "de la- Concepcion.  Their long black dresses and black  mantillas, contrasted strangely with  the brilliant colors worn by the  peasants, who trooped down the  Plaza to the Mole, bearing roses ancl  magnolias and ' oleanders���peaches  and grapes and loquots, wherewith  to "tempt the newly arrived passengers.  Two of these, landing at thc, Mole,  made their ���way as quickly as thc  heat would allow, up thc Plaza and  down the Calle Cruz Verde. They  followed the black robed ladies to  the Iglesia de lac Concepcion,' passed  that, crossed the bridge", and turned  from thc Calle San Carlos into' a.  wide ..'rough road. Hanked on one  side by a steep harranco. From this,  a sharp turn to the left brought them  within view ,of  their  destination.  Facing ���them was a long white  wall. It had ,'two. en trances���wooden  "Pinto Shell'  Coiilovan 'or  H.B.K. miits  and gluvej is  in a do fiOI���'  the' "shell" or  back and hips of the Western "Bronco, the toughest hida  weight for weight worn by any animal.  Tanned   by  a  pure  vegetable   process  without'  oil   cr  minerals to conduct cold. "    ,  The toughest most pliable leather used in mitts or gloves '  Scorch and boil proof���will not stiffen in cold weather  nor crack when dried out quickly. ^^Cnn^  Sold by all rflcalera.   See this brand  If your dealer has not got them write m and Bond hia name.  Each jia.tr btamped"' Pis*to tibell," Cordovan by  KUadsGn Bay1 Knitting' Co,  SO Bt. Georgft Street, Montreal.     128 Prlnoesa "Street, Whniij,c-e.  Makers of "Warm CloLhlntr, MltU. Gloves. UndorwoAr, Sot, Mocra ,ln��, ota.  1M  J\ fountry which has 110 mitiomi!  litei nt.ure, or a literntuie too insig-  iii'i''a..t to force its way. abroad,  ui.c-t, ,iUvn\s be, to its neighbors At  h-ast in every imporlunt spiritual 1 �����-  >peet,' an unknown und iitiest iinatrt-ii  country ���Cnrlyle.  1 over's Y-Z (Wise ITcud! "PisiniPclimf  Soap Powder i.s belter limn other soau  I "v, ilr rs, us it. also nets h.i a. ili^iiifori-  ur.i'   , 1  Avoid   sine. 1. l.i'M-,  ton   ho' le:--'.  ��� ,i:,;(.    .  'i'ticii-   mav   of  1     follow iny;   !>���.  ii.��'w  iiiodi-v,   ihut.  ,,,  adhei w* \  i  M  - Tn"-"-  AA{  tU.  old .-..vs. It is true ih.it tt'..- 1'iolnj,"  invent, tln-m, "ant. the �� isu in.-.v uJfl 1  lo'-hi to, instead 01 ronli ndii 1,-1  1 hen ��� .Jouberi  '&  Minard'i? tininieut is best ilair Restorer.  Always look on the bright side of  1 h.in^^-ai'id if you aie going to in-  ve.st your eoin therein look on both  sides. . , '        ���  No  rich ,  losy.s  one is abje  man is a  his money.'  to   disco<.e,  fool ant 1!  til-!  .111,-1  Hay  rum   is  a  licpiid   (h.it  r<,  1 lu- head   hut doesn't iutu.\u',tt,.  ��� doors, each surmounted by an iron  cross. " 1'chind it lay the Spanish  and English cemeteries: before it  stood a Spaniard, who, at the approach of the strangers, opened for  them the right hand gate ' leading  into the English  division,  They found themselves in a small  plot of ground thickly crowded with  graves. There was one tree in it. a  -large pepper tree, standing in the.  centre and shading the avIioLs. With  some difficulty ihey succeeded in  making tire Spaniard understand  their quest. lie led them ��� to a grave  in the extreme corner on the right  hand side. A bnnunu plant und r a  rose, bush, decorated Alan's resting  place.  With the same constricted feeling  about their throats as when they  had watched by Alan ,on the Mole,  these two men stood looking, at his  grave.,  Suddenly a low sound of chanting  was heard: it remained for long,  distinct in John's memory. The Spaniard moved away to' unfasten the  gate  of the  other     cemetery. Dr.  Brand, John's companion, followed  the man, and stood with him, watching the procession that came slowly  up the Calle San Sebastian���c-priests  first, then the coflm"; then the  mourners. Tho Spaniard entered into  a long disquisition on the fever that  was causing so many death in Santa  Cruz at this season. Dr. Brand listened nodded his head, and said  "Si, si,".- at intervals, although ��� he  could understand very little of what  was said.  John, meanwhile, knelt down beside tho grave, cleared away enrth  until he had uncovered a fairly deep  space, and then took up a small  metal box that he had brought there  with him. He unlocked it, looked  steadily for a few moments at the  pictrre of a lovely face lying within,  then faste.ied it and buried it out  of sight iuir'.r;r the earth. .  - "An absurd niece of sentiment!" he  remarked to himself as he turned  away.  The chanting grew louder and louder���thc procession came, noarer and  nearer. They wailed until it had  passed into the Spanish cemetery.  Then they made their way. slowly,  through the burning heat, buck to  the ship.  Tlll-J   ESD.  Duty performed nivcs clearness and  I'iiiiiiu'ss to faith, and faith thus  ������'rivngr.heiuMl through duty becoui*!S  the more assured aud Satisfying' 10  the mhiI.���Tyron  hMwards.  BOOK  FREE'  association,     o.nxloua   ,   will   b�� Rlad   to   Honil  X>y��P��paU , BiifTerers an illustrated book 1  ���xplrUnlnfr; the cause of dyspepsia nnd  pointing out a. curu. It bim 'brouRht joy  ��.nd h��a.Kh to trhounnm's, U Is (U>no1ute-  ly fro*, Write to-day. Oo not1* pons by  thi* ifpnoroui. " offer. Address American  Health Improvement Asfiocintlon. P. O.  Box   08I6,' Boston.  should   he  a;  Wc  books  we  Vi'txd  ,'is,  keep.    Tho     dead'  power     than   the  ���Am ds. o  'V .  A'l'-f  ,"*&  At-  ' uf  ivJ��t  1 fur  i-aivoi!  of   1 he   l-iil.-  often   ii.i'  livinsc -'I*'.  n,  >i'ir  e  in.  ii.  publio-epirlted  \o   relieve   glcknes.H,   will  it.iniirj'   ns  n  tin mile;; i>.  -The hi.-inry of our country is a record  of the'' s;i. i-e-si>s of J*n;(>l ��.'Oj s WllO  soi 11.ul lo be hopek-bsiy shiit ot'i' from  books, ctililire and eduea:.:uii. except  tout of'ihe, most 'meager kind���from almost .e\ery importunity for menial de-  vi-lopineiit. Tbe youthful I'nuikllns,  Liucolns, Hamilton.-*, Gaitield.s, Grants  ami ('Jnytous���those who become presidents, Ifiw.sers. slidesnu'ii, soldiers, oni-  tors, merchants, educators, joiirnnlists,  inventois. giants iu every department  ot* life-how th ey .stand out from the,  pages of history, those" poor boys, nn Inspiration l'cir all time to those who are  born to fight their way up to their own  loaf!  The youth who is reared in a luxurious home, who tvoiu the moment of hlH  birth is waited on hy au iirmy of servants, pampered and indulged by over-  fond piu'ents and deprived of every Incentive to develop himself mentally or  physic/illy, although commonly regarded as one to be envied, is more to be  pitied than tho poorest, most humbly  born boy or girl iu the land. Unless he  is gifted with an unusual mind he is In  danger oi! becoming a degenerate, a parasite, a creature who lives on the labor of oilti'KS, whose powers ultimately  atrophy lrom disuse.���Success.  IIIh   ClnsHiflfot ion.  Inpomar Busl-in��� There's a dispute  about my acting. Some critics put it  In the first rank, others in the i-econd.  Now, how would you designate it?  Ilorntio Jones���1? ��� Oh I'd, sinioly  designate it ns rank.  -*w  i yy  pi  Ilurcl   to   IleHevo. .<i  ,  "Well, I never!" exclaimed -Mrs B!; "'*'*'  1 ' - *-   H  K,ns- ��� , 1 Y,  "What'B the matter?" asked bcr !..*;_f''i*  band in a startled tone ns he turnK.^{$  around'from his shaving glass.     " Y,-^  '.The idea of a grown mail like ytr J   2:  standing  there  for .five  minutes at f  time'admiring yourself!"  "I'm  not admiring myself.   My fe<-'  lugs   are   those   of   astonishment, c1-"^  admiration.    I ..can't  realize  tint l'r .  the fc-aiue  person   who year!- in;o \*a!  called  'precious pet', and held ou /:.��  pie's knees  and   kissed  by  the k.-'** ' ^1  bors.   .It's an  awful  thought"  ' '   . " !, ,**��   : \<,-t  I   M  -r  j  -5-(H  Only   In   the   "Piif!.  An Irish soldier was crossinj: a l>a>,4.^,-^  rack square with' a pail in winch 1' 't'  was going to get some water. * <'T<  A. sergeant", parsing at the time, d^ "-,"1  ticod that Pat hud a very dl'*i<*'ii.'i ly  ble looking pair of trousers on nd*. -%.  wishing to make a report, slopped" U ^  man and asked: ' . *  "Where are you going?"  "To get some water."  "WTiat:    I n'Those trousers?''  "No. sergeant; in the pail!"  .^''  A   IViiijierimeo   Champion.  Mrs. Teacup-Oh,  ilr. Tub!.*. I *sl  60 delighted   when   1   heard  that }<���'  were such'a   stanch  champion of tli  temperance cause!  Tubb.s-\Yhy-er-I'm   not   e.v.'K My-^  "Now.   don't   try   to   hi'Io .vuiu   h-V  under  a   bushel.   Mr.   Tuhlw.    1   kiii'"  lifcnuse  1   heard  George say that '<  have been a boo-/..' tighter al! your l-f v  He said you  punished more ot it '^    >  any teu men in the*.shite." Cxl  ���'CIIAPTKR VIII.  John left for the South, oh .Saturday: his hasty departure excited )it7  tie comment, his short -visit .was  soon almost .forgotten. A.t..liie .Manse  Mary was the only one who', spoke  much of him; and, as the men I.ion of  his name invariably reducer I Kate  to silence, Alary concluded that, for  sdlrie altogether uniinugiiiahle reason, Kate must have taken a. . dislike to him. 'Mary would have felt  great soreness of heart regard until is matter, had 'not her lover proved so  ready  to  hear, and-   speak    ot  11 re ml   11 ml   Honer.  If people would use moro honey and  less butter on their bread, it would bo  better for their health, especially for  children and invalids, at least such as  Buffer from defective or weak digestive  power.  The   Apiir<"��liitii>n.  The Author (iil'ler the lirst porfnrm-  ancei���Well, what do .vou,think of my"  play?  Ki'iiiiulne Friend���It wnn Just lovely!  Who designed  the heavenly dresses?  Smir��"iii��"   'IV.st.  "He's tho vory soul or gencrositi-  isn't he?"  "Yes. Why. (hey say ho even i",h"t  money to his wife."     '    _*  Crimililcrii.Don'l  Adver".lixe.  You   will   Ond   that   the  storekeep-'  who is always complaining that In)-  ness is not what II used to be i.s **  man  who  doesn't  hclievo  In  ndM-it'*  ing,   lie is dead and doesn't know It  1   , w  o' 1  "When you go to collect a bill, the man  at the counter ls less apt to Inquire  about (he health of-your family than  when yon go (o pay one.  Fl'ri'.iJi   f :ii>Hlnil<s.'  The Frer.rb grow ehostiniis  from two to three limes as i.irj  American varieties.  (hat  arc  :c as the  A   Gustatory" Geni.  The clief was ignorant of the presence of the cannibal king, who eyed  him critically, .while a sunny smile  danced gayly over his dimpled features. Suddenly the chef became aware  of ln's presence and said as he most  artistically salaamed:  "I would have your majesty know  that I have just1 created"a formula for  a soup that shall win an instant immortality."  "And what may It be?" asked the  monarch impatiently. "I never was an  expert in the art of guessing, and I  would know the name of your new decoction."  j    And the chef, appreciating the king's  Interest and  his own importance,  sa  laarued again and replied:.  "Mock    missionary."  , ICmMinrtiKli'K'.  lie���Darling, would you rather M'lc  the stone?  She���Not the first time,, dear. I fi"  afraid. I might select one that -was t  small.' ���' .     ..:'':'��� i"'      '. ���������'������ .'  At Quito, the only city.in the wo--  on the line of the equator, the Rtm *  and rises'at'fi o'clock the year 'roiini-  Tlie   Rubber   that lias  the  largest  sale in Canada, simply on account  of its  goodness.  ) new ru  Made from  aw-  i-it ii  mjiortanl  bb  er.  " Granfos-' Rubbers wear liKe iron" ���K  I^S  3 Shell"  van tor  v.  in.'U  '-jVPj  '3  fiom  Well" t,r  it hida  oil   cr  glows.  ���a eathcr  >  . Co,  luce.  i Ini, ts'-a.   IM  i    ���I    lf-i     -���-*|~-.-1*V'--'�����'���="���  THE.'MOYIt LEADER.  MOT IE,    B     C.  liy reading, wo enjo.\ the dead; by  conversation, the living,  and by cou-  ' temp la. tion, oui selves Heading' eu-  rjvlu-i. the memory; conversation polishes' the. wit, and contemplation im-  - proVv,9' the judgment. Of these reading-is the most important, as it fur-  nisJivP'both the otncis���Colton.  SENSATION IN  ���  NEWFOUNDUND  ,      1 know MINARD'S UN LAI KNT will  'iy i\s T-iphthena  -      .JOT1V I>   UOliril.LlKIl.  Y     Tieiu-h  Village  ,-fv 'i, know MINARD'S   LINIMENT will  cure, Croup - '  '  ,    ~- J    K    Ch VN'IKfiriAM.  . i   \Gupe <Tsland  I   1'   "Know   MINARD'S   IJNTMF.N'T  is  i ''thfo'fJefet| reinedv  on eai th.  ~Xf i way. Me  JOSEPH   A.   SNOW.  is   1 he  ovn^histoiy  ol  f-r  ll('<     IIiOA  lolh.w in'/  I'll lltljr    1,.   t|���_  Kit   tl i    1'ioln,  KM  fl ildll I I   -i-  st ilair Restcr-sr  highest   pioduct   of'his  The  discoverer     finds  <��� nothing so giand  or   Jail 'as himself,  >4  nothing so     valuable  to   him-      The  " , greatest stai   is  at the  small  end  of  'Ythe,telescope,   the stur  that  is  look-  ^-'i'lng,' not   looked  alter nor looked  at.  ., sF J-Trhr-odoi e  Paikei , .   .  /^^      ���   ';>,8JIdard's Liniment is the best.  - ' -"111 "id f   : ,,, "I'lfUt.    hat has a home, and a family  given   hostages  to   the  coimmin-  Init  he   that       ^   interests,    is  *" exposed   to   temptation,   t.o   idleness.  ��an<fl'i danger of becoming useless, if  fiiotfa,  bin den   and  a nuisance  in   society/���J o'inson.  C  * jbas  ;;yity(|,(oi' good 'uti/enship  "V,bn��i'Jio  such  connecting  U *��� N  1 SCO i.< ,  mil ii  til  !  .11 ,'i  1    til   I   f  (IltoHll  ll,  lait'iu1    i  111 (   IH       ,>.  ten    li    i-  l.r -    |  wu  llf\o.  liiiK'il Mrs B1,  asked bcr L>  i  ens he turnt <  lg gln^ '  n in in like yc  e  minutes at i  j"  lyself My If-'  .onisluian', l  pah/e t'nt 1 r  yea is nco '*.'  id held o'j �� ^  by the wi  ���ought."  <K1hBe\vare cf Ointments l6r Catarrh  ^/^yJtv^That Contain Mercury.  ���-?* fts'!nicrcuiy  will   surely deitioy  tin?  sense  ,      oil, smell     and     completel}     deranfre   tlio  jVwhoJe' svHlem   when    entoimp-   it  throuirh  itn. 'the inurous  sin faces   Such  articles should  5 ' "''nover'Vtic-   used    except   on     prescriptions  <*',-'*froth"'*rer-ii'able   pt*iy sn inns    hh   the   ilnm-  ~   r ago ahov  wul  do  fi ten-fold  lo  Die u.��.ii  1 ' r you^en'n     possibly       dciive    from     Uieiu  -.'  Hall'sf Catai rli Cure. itiuimfacuired   by J<���  J^Chcnej   rv.   Co,   Toledo,   O,   contain-*  / "'ZJO-nifeicury    and   is   taken   internally,  act-  ". <   Ing ((ii-ectfy  upon   the  blood   und   mucous  suruu.r��s  ol   the  si stein    in   buying   Tlall'ft  Ofttanb   Cure  be  s-ure   urn   Ret   tho  KCiiu-  inej'ltfls  taken  iriTeiiinllv    and  moilo  in  J-v. Toledo^'O ,  hy F    J    Ohenej   &  Co. Testimonials   nee  ' Sold'bv  drucirists     Pure,  75c   ppr  bol-  tlo "*,*-.. -  "  ^Hiill'a^Fanuly   Pill's ui e  the beat.  mr  l'r  ���*      *d  JP*  \  Vail.  crossinr a b-  ul  in ^Inch ���'  water  it the time, r.  very fli'=-i'*|iu*s  ousers on 112!  jit, stoppoJ u  isers /  pail!"  tiamiilon  rubh*.   I "TS"  ieard  that I  lampion of u  not   e\ i< "���-  111:0  \0111   1 cl  ehlw    1   k.i' r  �� sn   that ���  ���1   .il! \oiii ll ,  note ot u "j  'St.  oi  gencroM''  ho even K^f  idveriliie.  he  storelceer-  ling that lull to be is ���  .o In nd\cil  ���sn't know It  j'"will govern my life and thoughts  >'-' aVjIiA-rihe whole uoild \vere to ,see  I4 ^tho^o'ie and to read the other, for  si" ''Vhntf does it signify to make any-  /'^ "thirsg/Ca secret to* my neighbor, when  "* l^tolC^od. who is the searcher of our  /vheart'-s/icall   our   pnvacies   are   open?  - fc-ciieca: '-  is'" 'Zip 4 -      Yl^in6TiYi linimeDt for Kheamaflsav.  * VM*-ry-��''    V      "��� 1. -r* [��,   rV  , v, VJfhe^supeuoi   man is  he who  devel-  ^jopgrtjiit harmonious  proportions,    his  it   ^su<iral;\intellectual   and   physical   na-  * ^iiirei*^" This   should   be   the     end   at  '"Jt whivhT'nien of all classes should  aim?  l'     and,itfis this only which constitutes  Y-r"real'greatness���Douglas Jeri'old.  - -    V)  ���   " Jndlgestion, congested liver, impure  hlo^id;'constipation    these  are   what  '  afflict'5"- thousands    of  people  who, do  1 not know  what  is  the  mutter     with  *��� v   thVnlV They  drag   along   a, miserable  . exist>-nce.    they   apply   to    thc   local  *' ''doctors   occasionally,   and  sometimes  -  *-J" oM.iin  a  little   tenipotaiy relief,   but  1, ��� ���*the 'old.   tired,      worn-out.   all-gone,  ^'distressed  feeling   always  comes   back  '"��� ���" again -woise than evei,   until   in time  th*y">become  tired   of  living,   wonder  *   -why they     weie   c\ei   bom   and   wh,\  rt.iey('aie alue   unless   to  endure con-  V   Ptaxit   siifferins"       To   such ���   sufTerei's  "^ there    i&    a    luncn    of 1 efugv in Dr.  A'ugtiit    Koenig's    Hamburg    Props,  i\*.hi'c!i   was   discoveied  more   than    OO  *"  yeais  ago,   and   wluch   ih  a womlerful  ..   sn:edi me     One tual w.ll convince the  "' liiopt     sceptical     that   anv   or   all   of  , ^.those difllcuHie*! niav be icnioved, and  *. jo < 1/0: lect  (u-e efioctod^b*,   tal;im;Dr.  ^"r'A'ugu t     Koenig's     Hamburg   Props.  Get .1   bottle at once lieiore it.  is too  v-��  - i&k*   i ,?'("���-       -������  -��� - y ivfon  aie not  to be judged by  their  ^'Ioo*ks,     habits  and  appearances;   but  "' ty'"the   character   of  their  lives   and  ^ "eonitr-sations,     nnd   bv   their   works.  , "'Tis hotter that a  man's own  works  r �� tluin     that    another    man's     words  should   piaise  him ��� T^'Kstrange.  u rr  (her ������i'i  , de.'tr    I  that was t  In the wo-  , the pun s  j-i'iir loun-i  Thcic liner w ns anil never will lit' a  ' unlvorsn! piinaopn.. in one teinorly. for 1)'.!  Ills to which \\e--.h im heir���the very nn ,  turo of niioiv cuiatnes hoinc sur-li Unit  wero tin' Ki'ims of other und dilTi-rcnt ly  seated diseases tooteil in the system of  tho pntierit��� what Mould lolievo one ill  In turn would ajjiriiiMiU' the other. Wo  have, howc\oi, in Quinine. Wine, when  ObtaimiMc m Miiiml, iiiiiKl'iltei'ivterl state,.  a remedy for many and Kip\ious-ills, liy-  its frrnduid b.ii<I iudinou<? u'-e tlie. frnilest  aystcms nie led into 1 on\ nlesceneo' and  Btrenpth bv the lnlhiencc which Quinine  exerts on nntme'fa own 1 estoratlvr-s. It  relieves tlie dioopuii; sputtH of thos..  ���with whom it chioinc stnte.-of inorhirl  despondence, mid lack of interest in life  Js a chionsl- mid hv (riuiqiiili/.inc tlio  1 norves disposes to sound and , refrcshintr  sleep���lmpnits \ifror to tlie Mction of the  blood, which bi'iuj? stinuihited. -eours-es  through the veins st loiiKtheniiVp:"' tlif  healthy nimniil fun< lions of the system.  thereby in.il<in<; notivitv n nec-essa.ry r'e-  sult, htieiiK'heniner tlm fimile 'rind tri'viiisr  lifo to thn diuesuve oikhiis 'which luitii-  .'rally demand uicionseil sul stance���result,,  Improver! appetite Noithiup. it T_,ymnn,  of -Toronto nave Riven to the public  their Siipenor Quinine "\\mo nt-the .-usual  rate, nnd k 11 aired bv the opinions of  BCientists tin's wine nppionchea nearest  perfection of any on the market; AI)  druirirmfs  <.,,;!   jt  Love    is     blind   dining  courtship���  and should icmnin so after marriage.  "Some prisons hn\c nei lodical nttacks  of Cniiiirlian r holoi 11 dysentery or diar-  rlioen nnd lui\ e to use i'i rn t precautions  to hv o I tlie disease Clianire of water.  root ini., nnd irreen fiuit is sure to bri iv  on the nttacks lo sin li persons we  would leioinmcTu! Di J Ti. Kelloecr's  "Tv-tnterv Coirhnl ns bointr the best, med-  iliir��* in the tnnrlvot for all summer crnn-  T<lnui1f- If a fev\ diops nic tnken in wn.-  tei v hen tlie svinntoms nie noticed 110  fui 11 if 1    trouble   will   lie   experienced.  Nexr to hnving wisdom yourself i.s  the nl llitv to profit hy the wisdom  Of others  Joseph    Boone,   Seven   Years  Hopeless Invalid, Cured By  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  a  Dl��cfciars:ed from Hospital as IacttraTile,  Given dp by Doctors���He Ib "Now Back  at ITla "Work Ac*"".  Cotters' Cove, Xfld., Jan. '26.���  f.Special)���Among the lobster fisher-  inen' here the wonderful, cure of "Jo.s-  e; h Boone, oru'* of their munber, iia.-,  i-'Cated a sensation. T"hey look on 1!  ns apx-roaching the miracultais.  iK'ir eight years .Joseph Boone was  a lojielesM invalid. I-'or seven year:,  he Vvas unable to work. He was di ���  r-harged fiom the hosiutal after sever,  inoetns' treatment as incurable. Sev  (nil doctors tried in vain to giv-*  him relief for l.ho.'-e terrible fiains  nnd aches arising from Kidney Con -  I laii.t.  T'i-j cure of a friend by Uodd's Kidney Tills tempted him to try them,  fie used three dozen boxes and today  h" 's working at lobster fishing and  doing as hig a day's work as any,of  li,.-' fnate.s  This in bi'iei is the story, of,Jose[��h  Uurlnc,���He has' to tell it often to  peoule who never expected'to see him  do a day's work again and ho al-  vv: v, } adds :  "I am still using L>odd's Kidney  I'll'.s, and I ,find a great benefit in  evejy box I, use. 7 can .scarcely be-  lie\'i it i.s myself i.s m it. at all aftei'  scm ti yeais of' such surTering from  1 o'npl ientcd complaint 01 thc Back  (inr?   Kidneys.", ' u  Oo today's duty, light totlay's  temptation, and do not weaken and  distract yo\n-^o]i by looking forward  ���o things which .vou. cannot see. and  could not understand if yon- saw  t hem.--Charles Kingslcy.  FREE BOOK  on CATARRH  [ v.-ill sondmy tlriebtiolf  011 Cuiarih lo all siilfer-  ars from tho disease. It  t?i|..l;tins tlio origin, dan  /<2i'a ���    t5i|.|;tins cue oriKin, uuu-  "���^^i1^  ueiri and   cine for   this  rS-J-JJ Lrmclior-.n.-. trouble ' H  "Sii-'^ -���   f,i ly   illustrated   by  thebo-tartisls. Address.  Siweiaiis.    Sproa o,    S  Doauo rft- Bo-ton. -  '   A   broken heart with' a patch on it  is I'cndv  for another break.  A physician contributes a paper to  ii, magazine on- "Why Women are  Short of Breath." Oi course.' he is  a batl-.elor, otherwise he would know  thev'fire not.  For a  that hangs on  For obstinate coughs and  colds there is nothing equal  to that old reliable' remedy '  Gray's Syrup of Red Spruce Gum.  Prepared from Red Spruce  Gum it is soothing and',  healing to-the .Lungs and  Throat. It stops that tickling in the throat, and after a  few doses that tight feeling  in the chest is relieved and  the cold and cough pass  away.  Try a 25 cent bottle.  of  Red Sersice Gum  For Sick Headaches  try these famous Pills.  They remove the cause - and  act quickly. You will feel  like a uew person after tak-  SolJ Krorywhcre.    hi boxes, 25 cents.  When an animal is all run down,  has a rough coat and a tight hide,  anyone knows that his blood is out  of order. To keep an animal economically he rriust be in good health.  BLOOD PURIFIER  is a necessity where the best results  from feeding would be obtained.  It tones up the system, rids the  stomach of bots, worms and other  parasites that suck, the life blood  away.  Nothing like Dick's po-wder for  a run down  horse.  50 cents a package.  Leemliig, /VliScs & Co., Agents,  nONTRBAL.  ,Cfua>iie<)   '1001   Tij<-   OonimnrciftJ.  \YlfJ0AT��� Tlie past week has been  one of exceeding interest in the  wheat trade, as it has seen the development of Armour's operations on  the Chicago hoard of trade, in buying up a big line of contract wheat  for l\lay delivery, and at the end of  the week the Armour company was  credited with owning something like  22,000,000 bushels of .May wheat in  that market, while at present, t lie  stock of contract wheat in public elevators in .Chicago is less than A -  000,000. Hence there has been ,an  advance in Chicago J\lay wheal- of '.ic  on the week, and this has had a sympathetic influence on ' all markets.  There is seen an udvance;in 'other  markets of "..'to .1 ie. Want, of rain  on tho Pacific coast has been detrimental to the advance of the California crop. Severe weather,, 111 Europe has caused depreciatory reports  of the winlur \vheat crops over there..  If ore rain is 'needed for tlie liidi.m  eiop, the giain deteriorating owing  to unf;i\ orable weather lor harvesting and threshing in that country.  Some reports have come from franc:  as to the necessity of replowing and  .sowing fields that have, been killed  by severe weather.. Along with this  there is a, falling off in the' world'1-  shipments, and a comparatively  heavy decrease in visible stocks, and  at the same time a good demand foi  cash wheat at firm prices, showing a  consumptive demand, which is very  eiicouragiiig to holders of whe.it. A,f-  ter' the   recent   good   advance   it   will  j be reasonable to expect some rcne-.  tion in prices, but it is evident that  wheat is good property at the pr-'s-.  ent time, and .should any serious  widespread damage occur to grow in.;  ing' crops the, situation would be  favorable to higher prices later on.  The "Manitoba wheat market has  been for the.most part quiet for ihe  'week. Kxporters cannot follow thf-  United States markets closely on the  present rise, and on the week prices  only show -J to -lc advance. There  has, however, been a good, businKs  done, especially in wheat, for "May delivery in store terminal elevators. At  the close of business Friday prices  were: No. 1 hard, 7-15-.:; 1 northern,  72"'c, 2 northern, 71 ic: P. northern,  (���"i'je.. .-pot or .l.anuary delivery; and  for "May delivery' 1 hard, 78c; 1 northern, 7nc; 2 northern," 74 ic; 3 northern 72{-C, all in store Fort William  Port Arthur or, Duluth. , There is  some business, being done for shipment to West St. John at sain-'  price as basis in store Fort William.  FLOUR���All ' Brands of flour are  now hig-hor. Best Hungarian Patent.  $2.10 per sack of 98 .pounds delivered to the trade; , Glcnora Patent.  $1.95; strong bakers,, $1.05; and  XXXX.  SI.35.  3ILLLFEKD���Brnn is quoted at $1."  per ion in sacks, and shorts at SI"?  per   ton. ,       , -  OATS���There is considerable spread  between buyers' and" sellers' prices,  an-d trading is consequently lini'ted  to hand-to-mouth proportion's. Coiu.-  tiy shippers ask from 2 to 3c per'  bushel more, for their--stocks than  dealers say they can pay. The,recent  oiders for oats for export via Vancouver have excited thc market, and  holders seem to see all sorts of fancy  prices looming up for oats. Then-  hopes may not Le realized, however.  No. 2 white -..oats are worth  2S:.c pi.-r bushel at Fort William. On  track here,-this grade is worth 2-"U  t-o 27c per bushel, and about 24-Jc is  thp price for feed white. \t country  points farmers are getting 19 to 20c  ] er bushel at central points.  BARLEY���The market is, quiet and  the best prices brewers will pay is  2Rc for No. .'"I extra in carlots on  track. Feed barley is worth 2o to  20c.  FLAXSEED���"Market nominal.  SFELTZ��� The market holds stead-,'  at 30c per bushel of 50'pounds, delivered   in   Winnipeg.  HAY���Ilealers ,ire paying So.50 to  $6.50  tier, ton  for ca-i-lots on  track.  POTATOES���Sod per bushel.  KUTTLR ��� Creamery���'Creameries  are asking 2Gc per pound from city  customers   for  choice  makes.  BUTTER���Dairy���There is a surprising amount of dairy butter in the  country, most of it bad. One country  merchant was offering a lot containing 9,000 pounds in Winnipeg la^t  week ancl asking .3Sc- for it. One  dealer offered 14c for the lot and  felt lhat he was taking long chances  at that. There is' a fair stock of  dairy held in Winnipeg, and if much  more conies in from outside sources  there should he a drop in prices.  Dealers are paying 21c net for dairy  separator in bricks delivered in Winnipeg,'1 and 14 to 17c,'net for' tub  butter,       ���'���'.;' ";''���-.  CHEESE��� Tliore is nothing, doing  beyond a little jobliing trade at 13i'  io Lie per pound for choice,'stock de-  ���livered  to retail 'dealers. A  ��� EGGS���-Fggs are scarce at 22c per  dozen, net; delivered in .'������. Winnipeg,  subject  to  candling.  DRESSED   POULTRY;���Dealers   are  offering" in .a: wholesale -way 10c   per  pound,for  chickens,   dressed;   9ic   to,  10c for ducks and geese, and 15c for  t.urkoysl'    ' : ,   . "' ���  DRESSED, -MEATS ��� Beef, city  dressed, 6 to T^c-per pound; country  stock, -ic under these figures;' mutton.,  S' to '.9c;   lamb.  lljc;: hogs.  7c.  Hi PES���Country' frozen hides are  bringing front- 5J to Gc per pound,  delivered at Winnipeg,' less 5 pounds  tare; sheep pelts, 30 to 50c.  WOOL���Markjet nominal.  TALLOW���No. 1 ' tallow is worth  t'ic ,por pound delivered here, and  No.  2,  'He.  HORSES���Trade is now confined to  a limited demand, for general purpose  horses, for which prices still rule  high. Good teams of work horses  are worth $300 to $400, according,  to weight and quality.   -,  im  6i jig 5.-1 ,>_  I  ft .  I"-..    rrirrr,n-��rffiiw,,rrr.-i-nr-r'i ii. i ���.iwirra. uum   * ,iiranfgim-n-n-r���ti���m. 7�� u n i-t - Trrrtrr i  iii-.itj-b .,j mill,  11 ii,i      ill   '   '  K*    f ' ' .   -  IS DUE   TO   WEAK   AND  WATERY  BLOOD.  That Is Wliy.Sorno People Cannot GetBld  of a Coiiffh, and "WKy It Develops Into  Consumption.  Tho lungs are just like anj- other  1 011 ion oi the body���they need a  constant supply of pure, rich blood  to1 keep them sound and strong. , K  th,.- lungs are not-strong they are un-  al h' to resist disease, an-i that i.s  the1 leason why an apparently simple  cold clings until the patient grows  v.(,,-iKcr and weaker, and finally fills  a ( onsuiii'itivVs grave. Dr. Williams'  J'ml. "Pills never, fail to strengthen'  the lungs, because they make the  1 ow rich, red blood, which alone can  d.j this work. The most emphatic  jnoof that'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  re-imild the lungs and cure consumption in its oa 1 lier stages is given in  th.j (a-M-; of -Miss Blanche ijyrand, of  St. Kdiiiond, Que. "Miss Durand says:  "in ihe month of September, 1901,  i -.VY,:-. -visiting at the home of an  ui.i-'e at L'Assomption,. One day we  were out boating; 1 got my feet wet  ancl caught cold. The cold 'seemed  to .-liilg to me and when J,, returned  h.-.iuu about the end of September, 1  ��vas quite ill. 1 was quite feverish,  hud no appetite, and thc lough seemed ��� o exhaust me. I began doctoring, but did hot get any better, nnd  ir. ,'r.nuary, 1.902, the doctor told nie  tbat my lungs were affected, and  thai .1 was in consumption. At this  I'm.} a friend who had come to see  nn: advised me to try Dr. Williams'  i'i 111. PiiJt., and ,1 sent for six boxes.  The pills soon" began to help me, as  li't!.- by little' the cough grew Jess  sevcie, my appetite became better,  ny strength' returned and I began to  have a healthy, color. I used eight  boxes"of the pills, and was then fully  rei overed. 1 am,sure Dr. Williams'  I'm!., Pills saved nfy .life, and I shall,  iilw-iys   speak   gratefully  of   them."  i-ILrh cai>w* as these tell better than  ���11 iv. words the power 01' Dr. Wil-  I.iiju' l'ink Pills. They cui'e all con-  s-tiTution.il weaknesses because they  si'i right to the root of the trouble  ...nil build'up the blood. This is wh)  the*,' never fail to cure, ilieumatisin,  liinio.-igu, kidney and liver troubles,  heridrichcs, backaches, indigestion,  b-li(ji!snesJB and all other blood clit���  en.'-O'".. Sold by all dealers or sent  pu'-a paid at' 50 cents a. box or six  Loxc> for S2.50 by writing direct to  the TV. Williams' "Medicine Co.,Brock-  ,"- die. Ont. Substitutes are some-  tin.es. offered, hut''you can always  pioH-ct yourself by seeing that the  full name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  i.'-r Pale People",, is printed on the  wrapper around every  box.  ''It's a ,*cold day for the plumber  when the mercury refuses to take the  thirty-second   degree.  As Parmelee's Veeetablo Pills contain  M.u-.c'i akr? und "Dandelion, thoy'euro Livei  i-1111 lviduoy Complaints with unerrintr  r-ei laimy. "Thov also contain roots and  l.i" lis which have specific virtues trulv  iMin-levfut in th��3ir action on lhe stomach And howels Mr. T5. A, CaLrncross  Sliiikfspciire, writes: "I consider iJar-  in'jloc's Pills an excellent remedy for liil-  viiMie&s unci Derangement of the Liver  lue ni-jj  used them myself for some  time."  Vr.yt-   tin-   Curi-.-nt   !'vii-��-.  My youtm friend Jimmy I'auks was  luaVrioil a little river a year ago. He  had previously spent twi-h*e moid lis in  the 'luost furious eourtt-ii p. Tne girl  bf-d not at (ii>t c.atoned 10 .limin.v \-ei.\  much, but he moved hem en and eiiiih  so vigorously that she at last (uiiseut-  ed, says tlsc Cosmopolitan. , Xow. I lie  other dny who ujipears before m-f' but  Jimuiy,, *��vith a long face, and makes  a1 complaint that the btil'iy ke.-ps him  UAvalce nights. ".Oood gracious, .!';n-  myi" I said. "Didn't you know Unit  babies always do Hint? A baby has to  have somo relnxaliou. Oo home aud be  thankful that it isn't twins." Tln-iv is  the reverse side to every joy. Vou  can't have the hdv-intascs ol" bnVhelor-  hood aud married life at the saint.- time.  You buy everything with a price���leisure, family, oilice, learning, v/enhh,  fume, position. .Nothing is free. Be  sure you want the article, pay the current price and enjoy your possession.  Ham   United   In   Ciller.  A harn^ baked in elder is delicious.  Choose a good lean ham of about eight  pounds. Wash thoroughly and over lhe  tlcsby side sprinkle a Utile chopped  onion, ft little clove and alhspiee. a  leas-ioonful of cinnamon aud n half  touspoonful of ground ginger. Make  ihiur and water into a paste as thick-  mi dough and cover the ham. Put  xkin.side down in a roasting pan, till  up with cider, cook slowly for three  hours, busting- every teu minutes.  When done, take off the paste and the  ."���.hid. An hour before it is wanted.for  '.lie table return to the baking pan,  'fioxh-side down, brush, the fat portion  .with beaten, egg. sprinkle generously  witli- t-liopped parsley and bread crumbs  ���anil kt it-heal thr.nigh in the oven. A  p-avy . can . be made by boiling down  liie eider' in which the ham yv.as first  roasted. ' '__ ".  Apro's   ltctrnsocct, .      -"'".:.-JU  "When 1 was a boy;" young" men begin"  In speaking of youthful'joys, t  But  old iti'en. 'spinning  their yarns,  start  ��� in. ,:    ������-.. .  "When I wis ono of the boys."  Clothing is worn more in the  wash that in use where  common    soap    is    used.  1     0T*%  Gullcious flavor.      Free from hulls.     Warrantad Pure.  Put up In all sized packages.        <  n-sarian  1 As now mnnufaoturaii, tho great Family Flour.  Insist on getting " OGSLVIE'S," as they are bettor than tha best.  iwave:   cjo   tE:<z��iJsk.i-A  ?%$S&&��3E&&g35SS2m3S2aSSiflZ  4n4-iy�� &c4Mu<frvnAJ>4^ -    dry? ���fr I  YOUR MONEY BACK SF YOU DO NOT LIKE  YRUP  ROSE & LAFLAMRIE, SELL IMG AGENTS, "HOHTBEAL.  .Nature gi\res" to every lime and  season some beauties of its own, and  from morning to night, as from the  cradle to the grave, is but a succession of changes, so gentle and easy,1  that we can scarcely mark their progress. ���Dickens.  A MOTHER'S CARE,  T��E HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  ArroMV.   Uake,      ES.O..'  livery mother knows t,he constant  care a little child requires, and 10  the young and inexperienced mother  ".' ho is caring for her first baby there  's ro other period in her liie more  trying. Jn the little ills, tnat aro certain to come to all infants and'fyoung  (luloren' the mother���especially ,the  young and inexperienced mother���  M'am'iy knows what to do. Jt is 10  m.'ft emergencies of this kind that  1 "aly's- Own Tablets are oflered'to all  mothers. These tablets aie au abso-  h.ie cure for all the minor ailments  of little ones, and should constantly  be Kept ni every home wheie tneie  nie young children. Siiicness comes  quickly���with Baby's Own Tablets at  hr.nci the emergency is promptly met.  "Mr- K. li. 1-iaHue, Mountain, 'Out ,  jii.ns: "1 can reccomme id Baby's  Own Tablets to ali mothers who ha"\e  cioss or delicate children. 1 do not  know how 1.could get along without  tlu-ti." The Tablets are guaranteec'l  fi-ee from opiates or harmful drugs,  and crushed to a powder may be ad-  niiiut-tered with absolute satety to a  now born babe. Sold by all urug-  pi*-ts or sent by mail at '25 cents a  t o\ by writing direct to the Ur.Williams'  "Medicine Co.,  Brockville.   Ont.  The man who is willing to give you  pointers is never . encountered at a  oencli  show.  Minard's Liiilcnent Cures LaGrippe,  Life is a school, and Xature always a fresh study, and the man who  keeps his eyes and his mind open  uill always find fitting, though it  may be hard, schoolmasters', to speed  i.itn ii :n his lifelong" education.���  llueh   Miller.  q Ciai nie licranceinonts 01" the Stomach.  thi'i rind Hlood arc speedily removed bv  the m-ti\e principli' of I lie nmredicuts eu-  ii'. mi' 'inn tlie composition of l'urinolee'.'i  V.-m..|a!>le lJills Tliese pills act specifically on the deranged-o.rtrans. stiinulating  to uction the .dormant energies of -the  systum, thcrebv removing disease and ra-  ..���ii-uiiig life and vitality to the" atllictcd.  In this' ties the groat secret of the popularity-, of  .I'ai-uielee's   Vegetable ��� Pills.  A   man   seldom   realizes   how   much  he can't do  until he tries.  'Too'-many, second-hand   politicians  are ..1 rawing li'rst-class salaries.  ���"l-yi-FrHi* IS KOT' a more dangerous class  of disorders -thun' those which olTect till?  breiuhing 'organ's. Nullify,, this danger  WiMi Dr. Thomas' rOclectric Oil���a .'-pulmonic'of acknowledged efficacy. It cures  iit���ueue>s , and . soreness- when applied ex-  ti'i'i.i.ll.w as well ns swelled neck and  1 rii-lj iu -.tlio back: and. as an inward  si'i.'fitic. possesses most- substantial claims  l ">   |.ublic   r;oiUklence.      ������"..'  Kverything a hiil.lion'aire' says goes  -if he  doesn't sav  "atitoiuobile."  Jlarring 'pawnbrokers,  few -men have  loo  much   interest   in. their   business.  11   r osts' more   to   support,   one  vice  thriti   ten   virtues.  REDUCES  EXPENSE  Ask fyt tlio Octacon Bab- ��'7  Crank  notions  aro 'all llright.. il" they  '.im be turned  to .good advantage.  One     enemy     may do  more  dnmnge  than a  hundred friends can repair.  These   miraculous   springs.  Minister to  a mind  diseased,  Pluck from tho memory a rooted sorrow:  Raze     out   the     written   troubles   of   th��  brain,  And with sweet oblivious antidotes     ,  Cleanse   the  stu0ed  bosom  of  those  perilous , stuffs  Which  -weigh   heavily  upon Kidney,   "Liver  and   Stomach.  Therefore,  all   ye  who   sudor���Give  physic  to   the    dogs;   have    none   of   It,  but  como and bo cured  at  The Halcyon Ifof Springs Sanitarium, B.C  TERMS���$15   to  $18  per 'week.  TREBLECOCK AVEY & CO., tONDON. ONT  w  FOR  EELEY  Correspondence  iafcrictl."  Confidential.  Drunkenness,  Drug Using.  Over   S00.00O  Curos.  KEELEY   INSTITUTE,  1S3 Osborne   Strest,  AV"-lunli>op.  T.  i��TCALFE   &   CO.  Grain and Commission Merchants.  Highest prices paid for wheat, oats,  barley or ffax in carlots. Wire or writ*  mo for prices before sellintr. Liberal  advances made, on consignments and  handled on commission. Licensed ana  bonded. -  P.  O.  Box.   550,  ""VinnipeK, Mian.  TM e:   best.  stqow:  :FOOO>.  A Veterinar-y Conditioner.  TItltEK   l'HlZlCS   AT   WfNN'l I'KC    FA1U  ! ' ' . 1"N   ItlO'V.-  Tiie   prizes   are   ns  follows :  i-'irst   I'l-i/.e.  For the .Heaviest. Calf, any pure breed.  or crude, born after the 1st January,  1U0.'',  fed  on   Carni'Tac Stock  Food  -...:.  ...-.     .... .;.;-.���.���  glOO     IN    t;i)L"D.  Second Vri'/.e.  Fo^-'t.hc .   Second   Heaviest'     Calf,   anv  pure   breed,   or   iri'adc.   born   afu-r   tt��t   et  -laniKirv,' "'lDO'*."  fed   on    Cnrneiii':     Slotl-'  Food   .!., .���: $50   IN   i_:i)t.n.  ���   '   Third  Vriy.e. .  For  tb'e .Third Heaviest   Calf,   nny   pure  bread,   or  frrado,   born   after  1st   of January.    l-'.i.O.'l ���   feci    on   Carii'efac"  Stock  .Kond ���"   ,;..$-25     IN i   GOLD  Only ono entry will- he allowed'' from  each    fanner- or   stockman.       II  The litlioyrapheil face of each I'i'.okajro  nvust be p:-o:li.i->-ii at t.ini.? of e.x.hihitioi..  to ��� sltn.w that ;t'a�� nii'1'a.c Stock Food h-i'V  been   used.  You   can   obtain  it   from  your  dealer  COW BUTTER;  WANT"ED-!''ro.sh; wo I rinsde. Also e*'s of thf  year a.t> -IMS. If urine now. t 'Uo a.l.'lross and  ship, later. Wo ship I'rr'ial. frozen, scri.hat.il  cuts and eat* like new nni'ilo.  Winnipog Co-Operative Society.  The Bakery,   Cor. Elgin and  Nena St.,  Winnipeg.   Correspondence suliei.ted.  ���\&S.     r-J.     ��_l ���     No.    A!3  ihrJ.I'^jMW'"giBF't^"lE5IE-K.JrkWW^ fw* >wwii .W'^^wiri^ifU'fviiiniwwi nw^i!Wfwwww 1* u11     i'i AUMiwyriiriiji'i>��� iinnvimRK'1  :B:m?mmmYmMmmmmYmYm ,fgjiW*jilgBBaiMI  IBIirlrTlli iiiriritMrtwrti^i^iri ntiiHTTMTMnT'<<i.imi , ' -  "Ti'lYR Ml   IMMENSE'- --  ' OPFOBIOMIY  aaaasg:ggag^^ ���,, .  ��"'?' "��k���-J"iTr.   * -X i    *������ -       ' ' ��..''*"  '^^���^^    '.Vi-lcy iodC3   So.  '4 |    iv  .*p-j-C ">  -1 'Sblishod In thc u:t.e;crl of U*e people |  of 3��ovio ��r.d Eiist riooUnav.      -   t:p- rPfr^,. ,.    -,., ^x-i  '.7:*.l;:h  nnd  :T-v lit.. Hired  ��� -"VlecL:; ev'-ry jZonJ...? evmiJn-*; in their]  j hall on Victors, Glrael. tiojourniug j  I Odd FoI!rr.7d cordially invited-.  . sirrmr <����� cc,  -.*..���.:  io  i ec.r.  _vsry I'^an, V/ohifin, c-oy or   c?iil.  ���has tje flr.ir-e Cpncrtunlly   u^cbr '  01".  A. D. rniL"M">iO;-r,  ! IToble Gi-anu.  k-��j.i. ���_-���_.-     ....   ������rrr���r-  Is, is Oi*..  Beer'v.  "^ayg^arrgr-y ���iiv-y: vsax^aaixr le^-jszaBw  ni oraoi* to t-ave izr. Arnold's   j*.n��--i " - - '      ,  SAT'tH-DAY   FxJB. 11,    190.^,      j Hah To.iiin Pills' placed in tlie band"* ot I  n^lall per?on3 imfierin'.: Iror.i   bad   health"!  ��� ��� i I  | we i*ir.iiG ih:   following   r.*tJ3t  Kbcr-il,'  "   fhe laie'Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone:    '"  .    . l n*lcir '  ! oiler i���  ones   said;   "Wothlng except   the rriint,  can make money withow advertising."'j    u you t?i!1 send ua your  name .mrt i R .   , j^ a ,o */>*/���,.���-,��  '   *��  address and acres to toll for as twelve   tfaiTIStejPS  &����Oi!CitGFS. f   fe  ���.���OUT f-rEEI/u',B. 0                      . i ��'  'I fe$  survey, ���JiCcCcrtarJi rJiiUliaa".i          -j f^  RKVELSTOi-r, B. C.                       I .^  ! Ri  IT.is is why Glarjston.e  ic reirteir.Lei'ed  -asths Grand Old Man     **'  ��� K  bo^eu'cif Dr. Arnold's English   Tor-in j '^*=^-*s^  rills lit 25c. .per hoy, we will give  yon I Tffla  jp    C4UR-I>-  Dii.l von get r. valentinu.  lAB.'CCLurKLY Fj;r;r; 1 BEAUTirry, Wjaacu  an'd ChAli: in either Ladies  cr .GciVtsi  "I am opposed to thc idesi that  la  bor unions ' slionlJ   l-'o  incorponiled-.,' premiiin:g such as a fine out of Jewel-  nnd I am also oppose.il fo  cosvipuieoryi,ry,   Ituige,   ?yiol:cp,   Mandolins  'arbitration."���.M.uvk Jlann.  size, or your choice   of  twenty' other"       eabkistek, solicitor, BTC.  CRiNBROOE, '���  ���      B. C  SetSj Sateen skirts, .camorns, etc.    Ite-  meaioer vro do.Vt, itakt asy iroasv. LEWIS "THOMSON  until after you relllhe pills and yon  doir't hivif* to cell ar.y moro than 32  Uo; og to get the pron-iurns. This id  a 1.071 a f.iie oiler lrom p voali-ibSe concern tbat lias given Lho'.issr.dr" of dol-  Iito worth of pr-���:r.ii:nib to agents i;li  ovur   {!:c   countr-,-.      Itcn:��-.iniH-r' nisi.*  It ie indeed gratifying    --0   G&0  --*30  boards of trade of Winnipeg and other  eastern cities panning resolutions' en-  'dorsing the roscHitiojis? yacsed at. Kan-  "don by tho ���"ninaov/q-irs' on Decern-  ���berlOth. ���       In future tbe mine-:-.' union of Xio*&  r  laud will ba represented nt, the boaid  -of trade.    Thi3 is as it should   be.    Iu  this way. the boaid,will  have-  a   better  understanding of'the aims  aud  work- j ncrv"m:��   (roubles,   and  female   com'  "intcs Of tho union, and tbe   union   ca" jplnint^ sind.aic for  salo   by   all  iirsf  assist the board in n*'*oy v/ayu.  Moyie, ���  ���*r*r��3M,-aj*.'i��nv5��xi cr "=rjc JsAiSC  that Dr. J.vurAd'6 T^lL-h Tor in  J'iils QeOTgQ H, Tb-OmpSOU,  are a v-ell Liiov/n r-eroody  for all   dis- -    "^  cases   cf   tha   Hdncy   and    bladder. Baiirtwkx, SoLrctTOE,  No  Bright,'"- d:,:e:"::o, u'iacc.'er.. lhoumatisni,  /Vant, to Make a Dollar? If so  iN'OTAK-i*" 'Public, Aocou>*-  TAi;r, Coy Mission ' and  I:ts'uka::ce Ac-��i;t.  3;"ivj:"i:ii3[?!^3*i3,  *>afe investment  ii  class dn:?e;is('3  and  dealers  ia medi-  ��� It is related of Senator Hoar that he  once undertook to take tbe place of a  eyoung friend,and teach lier Sunday  -school cifiss. During the course of the  lesson the senator explained ���v/i��.h  great detail tho slcry  oT the  pilgrims  i i  ���landing at Plymouth Rock and then  "asked. "Who can draw rac a picture  of Plymouth Rock?" "Hen cr rooster?"  inquired the little boy to.thc senator's  ' 'infinite disgust.  ���XKJi HOHO.  He'camecfrom where ho started,.  And was going where hp went..  He hadn't had a,smell of food,  2sTot eyon had- a scent.  He never even muttsred once  ". Till he began tc talk,   '  And when he  left tbe kitchen door  He took the garden walk.  He said :    "There's- no one with mo,  Because I am alone;  -I'might have scintillated once;  My clothes* have always shone.  "S got here 'fore the other one;*  Because I started first;  The-reason I look shabby is  Because I'm dressed the worst/"  Then I asked him where he came  from���-  This was just before wc -parted���  Aud he muttered uidis'liictly :  "Oh, I come lrom wlic'rd I -tartcd !"  C.l  'WAKTED���Oo'.drs aud wallers a-  goo:i wages. Fo; iiarticular- wri'.L or  apply  i cince in all pfirta cf the world., You  have only to show them to sell them.  You are not offering the people hoiiic-  thing they don't know. Our watches.  are the regular standard stae for Ladies  or Gentlemen ip. nickel or Gun r.Iefal  Cases with handsome illuminate'!  dials and reliable timo keepers, wat  chca such as no lady or gentleman  need be ashamed to carry, and they  will bu cent absolutely Free to all who  sell only twelve hoses of those -wonderful To:iin Pills. Write at once  and be the first in your locality to  earn one of those' beautiful v.-atches  and chain. As scon as we receive  your letter or post c.ird we will send  you post paid twelve bp.-ces, together  with ciir'illustrated Catalogue arid  beautifully colored card with , your  name and address or. a*;- our authorized agent. Bear its mind that you  will not be asked to , sell any more  than the 1*2 boxes and wc dok't Tr'-^'T  Ai!'y jioiTEY until after you have sold  them. We boar all thp expense and  are only making this liberal offer, as a  method oi: advertising Dr. Arnold's  English To::in" Pills. Don't delay,,  write at once and earn a beautiful  prcent for yourself for Christmas.  A-Mresb AKVTOII) *itKI>ICI*>*I* <T,0.,  De-pi'. J'.*'.   SO^aeJaide St. "Eas=i", Toronto, Ont.  tary PuBLiCy &c.  Solicitor foi* the Imperial  Bank of Canada.  BjSITJf-'H COLfMIlIA.  CllANDEOOI  MOYIK'S LEJ.WIMQ  HOTEL.  b---^ #  4  Tlie Hallcyon M'Epip  ijllliuulluill,  ��1.  tLKE  The IVIost Complete  'Health    Resort   oh :  OortUnerA    'of  l V  Gi-"  ��\\aBVl<sL,  ���?<n2f~mw-*?>  St.   Joseph-s   Convent.  r.KL.SQ'5, Ti. 0-  .I-soarding and' Day ?chcsol   conducl-  Jed hy the S;sW,r.-: ofVt. Jost-p-h.. Xelson  B    "C.       Commercial     m.,'     buoine:--.- |  ni-^e- a   ypin-ip-hy.    Mireillt-no:-   ai-'l |  '   iuti.'rr--e  c!ift> fictc.ozn  e-ich   de  - ii-nf.    Parents   should   w.rile   for  ..  <-'A\ ���uUrs.    Ono month  assures 'the  piiblic  of   the   thoroughness   of   t\\i'  Si^ters^ methods   of teaching.    Terms  fomm nco January.- April  anrl   Her;,  i-i., il-, nre adtiiitted duving term,  IMIATIIS C'-'irc all Nervous and  Mii.-cular Diser.ces,  lis WATERS -foal all Kidru-y,  Liver itnu ^foirij-h Aliments.  Thoy arc a "N'overfa-.Ting Remedy  fo- filTrtlieunis iic Troubled.  TEIrlMS���"fJo tn ij'lS per week, ac-  ooAiinc' to lOfeitU-iiiije in JTotel or Villfli-  ii  K\.^U%J I Olid y  , i *  The best of  accommodations  for the traveiing'public.  P. J. HcMalion, Mgr.^  The! first 2CK),000 of theao shares have already been subscribed, and shares are now nelliog at 15 cent  fTi en o.-ills of 2| cents per month, acoording to tlso'torms of the prriMjoytUo. aud tb'a-Uli J.00,000 are' to lie so)d  r=y 'at 20 cents, the 3th at ?o cents on the,same terms.  P-**; i  a ���. ���,������~��� . ��� , .  Ft  \si&  iPITALKATION, TWO MILLIOI DOLLARS,  2,000,000' Shares. ������' Par'Value $l.'EacL   '  ' ' , ' ' r * ' i , ,        ' ' '-  ' '���  " 0 , , , t .  ��*-] Three quarters of the  Capital Stock in the treasury, ijilO.OOO in cash and  all demands  paid   to date  Kj Resources:    GOLD, COAL   COPPER, SILVER, AND TOWNSITJD OF' GAHTRELL.    '  For further information apply to tho     -- ,  .Olrlcial Brokers of the Ashnola i^melter Limited.',  FOR   Fi^E   TAILORING   GO   TO  lr"*  I  MERCHANT,  TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Ovefcoiting  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE,"     " .B. O  N  ���FOR���  c  HEAVY TBAMIHG  -������ ,\ 7 c q __  BaccAgk,      FjS'VuZS<>     A.**U     Gk^skai  DliLXVEKT.^  rONTOJT & MURRAY, Toronto,-Out   *  A. WMOOJIE & CO.,, .Victoria,  B.  G.    ,  U. S. DOUGLAS & CO', yancouver, "  W. X. ircGAKNOS, :\Iorrisburgh,Ont  II. R. CAMERON, Winnipeg, iyTan.  R. J", stee'l/nelsox, B.C.  or  BEALE, HUTCIirSON .t��KL\VELL,, ,  Movie, B.C.  |   ,      Head Office of the Company Room -(A" K-W-0 Block, Mson, B. 0, ' ���  P.   CODE ADDEESS, ���.'   ASEWOLA," ITEISOW, B. C. Cqde: Moreing & Neat. P.  0. BOX 714.. TEL. NO. 70.  CEA3.' P.  CAMPBELL: III  Undertaker  and  , Enalbalia.er.  ! &���  mR  NIBDB11STAD Ts\ liny$TBRETl\<Z\QO,  Laser oeer,. rorier ana tsott  E'IXi**KS**��JW^'*OX"?^r<L4*"^^^  Mrs. W. A. Prest,  Phof'grapl-.i-r.  "Z ft   E/f}^vrW f. V-���T>f��->"'-vi l*'f>      nn ! Crjia-i-ook      "Jloyio,     J'^ort Steele.  ckc! AtiOitdki 'sktldkiii   uO:  CRAPiBfJOOK, Br- C.  A yO-S, i,&t%    \j{i'���t/f.'\'.'v ''��� jf-jf  ra'f]  t'��   ** **"*������ ft O.  Orders GoSicited.  Coflins, Caskets. Shrouds of ail aixes j  and styles constantly kept in stock.  Office oyer Imperial Bank of Canada. Telegraph and- mail orderp receive prompt attention. Open r.ighi  aud day.    Phone -13.  Cranbrook, "8. C. ��� ^^ality notrexcelled in the country.  ��-8 convinced,  ���y -wtui? *  'wavs  ���in  in  &V33  Try jit and  # SS^r**:'--*--^  ���fj*.  il  \(o  ^/��^.��e-;rt3��s��pr:^up����.-rt-��-;��4.*��?-_-j.-J^-^��,^:^..  ��XK=-rt*t-��V^r-a  '���V ^ *���-*���  (Soda Water  and Syphecs,  inUTJKT^W-TlCVWr^T"  -��fafTw*v-jr-^^rcKT:\*'>x��j  ���**2*?-rJ    ^   j>    ���?; S�� ^    ' ^ ����� c"^    '  ���A^a -^       "^  ^''   "^ ?-   ^ ^  '?;*   J  F. I'EJAiJLMETl,  DEAIKft  TX  l-^y  ht\~w\T>- :-OTi;i;n.; a. f'folc'n I'.nd <l-93crl!'itlc>ii i-fiaj"  i rjnirrlrijr n-'tfi'lr.Mi onr'rijijni'in fr.-o-Vr'h.itr.li: i:u  I i;:vV>;iVi-)ri is'l'ri.i'lin<JJs' -|i:it.��ii'.iit>l��..  C('.Ti!iiiinil'ii<  ' tiO';*-.l>-K.-l)7 ���.''in:iil'J>ilt.,;I. 'J��hii-'H:0::..;i(.'11 i'ii'.nnliy  ! ��i-ii' li..!... ril-lrs: rur^ucv Kr ,"i-'.:;)i'i!i: p.-it-:)!'..:.   ,  I '  I'.i." 'it-' J-.jiri-.ri  tnrmifrli  r.tunr. .'i Co. receive  ;i'~%r  I ;-,. I-'.-,-���,.-'..'-;o'.-."i"v;i!t. fi'irirti.Jaliio :  j .-'( h,-.:-;=.o:.'i<.'!y:i*nis!ra.frj;1 ~t-.'::i.<".' -I.n;-'.:i?st .-'"r  . (.,;!,.-ii,,,.. j.f -m.r nrioii.r.!itct ^.-.iirniil.-   I'otT.'.a,.-;'' '  | \..;\r     i,-,i;i' i'/,...li!.bH, *���!.   Cl/'ti oy.'tit I'll''Vi.-i::>.;i.'fc!:ii  * ^ly.-iict: Oiliilc. t;-.,iV.<"* -V.Ois, AS. .,.  --,-.>-.-.-.-'��;-*  ^r-i^r��rr-*^^,-.��^t*; ���ssr: i..v-ik��^<u  .*-..   ij.!j'OS   ."'-  ' o "Ai ri     ���' /.'; -���    .-.  ���'  Taken on  Everything  In.the Printin  Line at the  Ci  ''. i:li:i'-'--; :':';r;i'ri'.:..'.T :;-|-'^r:l.".':'.I <:*;;.;:���,:, ��� i.-i't.-.t';:-'-? -.:���  ; ii, M'., ;(.-!(���������;.; .'i-irji:'!/ 'iii Tsj.-ii Of j'tU"! " K'.:>-'>f I--  liny .1 >T;;r ;���!-.-        . / -     "      ���  \V!ir. -.-].,r-cir-f!:- 0   ':;-:;iit:v-J;;i ..ill'..  'Tt:kb ni.'tkv v-.n I. T,-.-.:.-.;..T:   JieVHtiv.   F.  II.  I'. >:<.i. !1 (i''."_.">'., ,"..;r:iit' fill"   ui.is. 0.  .1-V:t..-'1,  Fi'C:  Nfin.:!'':���    Ci. i i'i Villi:    '*'.V"J!   ���t.-.T/r'*-,. ��� i^l! I?i:<'i    !: :.:<!>  .Iil>": ,!i'f.-:;i l!:0 ��"."::(c; h.'M'-^')i";'���". r: .'il'!'!"."' f'' 'ha '."'i'in-  inf Mi:-'': :-������':.:' iJ- a Ci: "tii'ic.atc of 'i:',;.r!i'".'-.i:Hii..--.  inr tin- t-uri-'i-'.. '-.;'o'Dtrtiiiii'ij: il-{Jrrj^rn U.-;mt .>!  li--- i:.iji')\-t! r.:!.-iii..i  AlirJ j"i:i"iir:.   I,.':-  HL-i.'tioi". 'A. \tv.���. I  :i:icc. of (-"iicli C.'!i'tili.:-i.ro u; f!.'j'..'-.'\'i:;n."; :'-.  J.i.'l!' 'I'I. :>. '-���.''ill uiiv '.!' .-.inn'.::."., )!'"J2.  '.'.'A.S. '.,'. iAili'AlAlAl.,  -'i-i' 'rtlO.'-'., T. ::;.>���.:'���.'���] i X;!", .';������:  PKOMFT DELIVERY". :  Q^uee'iis' A  -���;.-��cr?*T^o��i^����,?^yni^arr-K*rf3T^ru.a*^^  h. iiiliiKd & '|J  ' ' ' V-'HO'.-ESAT.** AJ,u liKYAir,  ��� j'''.rr>'ii :::�����* Cured ;ii:.: it.:,. Fro.'-.h  'E3'-:!.i, C'M^e a*i i "Poultry.. -t7o  sup-ply   or.iy   tin.-   L*o5J.. ���- Your.  i'.o  I'f^  jfii  I*  'ft  w  I ft  s>  ���' ^  ; ',>  ;��j-oyii-,  IM  p^y    ,<rMX    -V*- *,s'' Tt-*" *?Ji;'��*  P. i'f J0HJVS20JV  hiti Hotel is New &nd. well Furnished.  ���Tr*  The  the Best Brands of Liquors B^nd Cijg-ars.-jf  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  8  BniTISil.COJjUMBrA     c/  i '-k-:$:��<-i"*r'���'��6�����'�����^"G'$��C-<Se���^C'$^ v*^^,, jj>sjg>sf '|  wWfW'WU'm  l&j, ��������� ���$&, t?. iv ^.^^..iMiSv  ���Improves" the flavor  and acicls to the heal th ~  i.uiiress ' of thc>  xbodT  t*w?,***tr*3.f*  "**���*���J'^J���>����TJ*~T~*^'~~r n'T'   ii    i rim wim ���fiiiiiiB-|>iii[iitmhh  ��� A ���   JLAa ,: '  fs  &jD  'trTJ<  ,h  t r:t tl r - solicited.  ���'Ii'lSiCt'T''  i.   all -^''  yo.��   'j.-.r}no:maj  :.- ..j;,:.- ihfit HMio.i;���.-'���NwiCjities and;   Towns.!" in  0 r-OiLi::i'.'Tl,-.CcJ bOtu."-: r.i'.i; 1,s?:j. ,.',...,.,....,  ....;_...:   ''r'riah   s *Jr*i ��� f i  Jl&j..  :���- J Li'V^'j^'^^is,, ��y   U  SUBSCRIBE FOR   XIIE   LEAJ)Ek| IIjjai-jquaiii..,,.{, "Koit East .Kootenmt  ."VVIlen outfitting for camp  nlway? take Dr. Price's Cream  Bak ing" Powcler for gooa  heahh and good food. It  makes the finest flapjacks  biscu:.:s and. bread.  Kovor X'.r> Into tticvvooiisaw.il.-  .- from a doctor with n lic.ip almu  h.-i.Uiiiffl.icwr.'.er in Hit outfit.. V ;n  ' v/.int ttie best lia'.i;is��'- powder in  lhe  world���and ii is  nio'-t   economical..-,) tlie end.  ***f?IOI3  *>AKIHC POWOrK CO., CrtlCAl'O.  .Wk wn.r. in; j'leased to^ee iov  atl?ili       ��fj'4Jisilfi .  joiieer ��� Mardware   !������-..., ,(.-,   4' R^A 'WW m?  ^'A  j vVhcro you will find th.j^hu'j.co:'(,  Di.00  ! ���')' i'i*.i".1'r.'i 1 ii ���-.��� 'ivvHn: in Knst J'"'".oloiiay'  j Mail ordi;r:s ��� ijivcr.v   pri)iii).it   ut'entioi-'  ���I ��� ' ' I  (i;JJ;.'ri:if!i!MtIi!nirr H'.ii!   Cl urn Jiinjr. i  KELSON,       . o ; B. 0  * % rMI*aivY*v**?n'**^'1'��*'fltf,B*w^^*^^^  n  ���n. .raiHfch.  CJIANBKOOIC.  baroer bliop:  In McGregor Building.  Open Wednesdays  . and Saturdays  \V. K. H-roan, iJioy.  ml  vsm  1.-.81  i ^ 'v: >���,��[��  s -" --.-/"f^ft  i".-^l  ffvsr.'S'  I'^w-s  4 i% }y!i  4'       ] \V   -.i  ( \1'��  ft  r-  v

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