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Array ^1  ulent    '-  ���'*yM  IH  Xi-jliU-JI  .- 41  I  y  tie21  tf  I  - ���  -k-rf*.'*  ftJR   WATCH    will  fe careful  attention if  liih us for repairs-   ,  H. WILSON.,  fclXKll      -     CRANBROOK  We    v.\\]     fe-i      YOUR  BYE-S and trvinranta  il nt.  ���j.1  <*��rrefund your monoy.'  W. H. "WILSON.  .i-*< a.  *#���  ft  ^OPTICIAN"  ���^7     ���  t RANTJnO(j,C  Lit NO,.4t-  MOYIK, B. C.,. FEBRUARY, 6, 1900.  Sf2 a  ^ hAli  H--B-K. |  HUSKY  SHIRTS. %  ' .   "- . ������'" -      ���' ��  i' "Competitors in our particular lines will moat likely^ ^  i'dirih up to you their reasons why you should not buy" ~  "n 15 K. Goods..- For pity, sake don't stop them/they - r   }��  ffti'e our best advertiser^ and-we don'thave to pay ��,ir   . X  \{t   'just look over, theie good?; and you will ffod. that v g  [their present Kreat\talking points are IT.   ii.  K'.', ear-' g  fniarks of the pa=*t. They, aae all experts in  the FOL- g  [Low xjp system;" >,-   -   -    ' \   ,              *., ���   5  Tbis year  wehaW'raore new things, better   things,' (l,  ^  rand cheaper things than*we ever had    before.    .       .>������"' Q  -     'V,;.      ''       .* !FOK*QUAI-lTy.      .j    ' ",,'"V                     , ��  ���ft     /,  3a-*-9si> 599^3S��*> ~>9?*9&5&*"}&w&  *        GENERAL FLOAT      , |  -��5*��3> 5*5^*��&S'i��^SS'*>*3^3>aaa>*5  ^ ' ;  i In Spain, there are more hunch  backs than anywhere el-se.  In'China a wife may be divorced  if she ia too talkative,...  E.v&  ��,,.  Lr'_f    '  ^      I* r-ff     ^rT  f;l  jars,  Tdb^cos^4>���,-, Confectionery  LHELL'DIOOKv  MOYIE  ���V' - ',v',,^t:l>'*"��'-'>-*?r*5"0 x  Beale &  ',  NeaMy 20,000, women are  employed in Prussia as brickmakers.  The average English woman , is  two inche3 taller than the American.  In Holland.,the avtrage number  of deaths through railway , accidents ii3~oiie' a year.'  ''' A   man's    chances    of sudden  death are eight times as great   as  a woman's'        ".  ��� j  <*  *   '  Pour hundred-��� thousand, diamonds are cut every year -in - one  Amsterdam "factory alone/ '    ���*>,  Mbyie's Hockey Team, j^est^^^^w^j^^,^^^^    ���'$        L03AL ASSAYS %\\%f.  ���  1 Oftle*  luUOOK  Fire, Life   and/AccidehtTnsurance.,  .&  :jdge^Sr : Higti Grade ^ea,'  WI-IAT'-HE^S'A^  *������ my'; '-'V"-'i v1 ��.v    ,d<jlici6'us: tea as f this."-, ; ^ V  " W'l'lAT' "SHE"'SAID:^"Motherjie'ver, used'Ridge^  '  V ' ;^'.'^ > -1 ^ ,wi" teirvThiit'al why;!'!';. ���  '  1-2 ��� and Is lb* packages can -.be procured^ only, at  ,    .   %    .   ���>   v   ���- '    '���-    ^-      lZV-"*V'.      '       "- ��� -  's''      '  - "J-   --';  ,',t 4 "���.'<, ''       f, "I'      \t . "     ..       -f *l *���"-,( r -|1 .,       .���F*';, '  tea ui  XT7 '%-f-T PTJ ^Cv- C^E: ^D ^^s  Wvv��r/Ll:,V'��i .O: REGARDING PRICES  ;j^ *    *- ilv '  : -AS  Bcgin.thoNewTearwiaigood resolutions,    y*  ,l  ���    and order your groceries from *y   i t     ^  , * ������ 1       '    *v s  , \     n  [Moyie Co-OperatiVe Association, Ltd  .Union men stand up, for" your   principle,  "'   :   .; and buy union goods from  a.-"  �� ' ' ' Union   'store. 0  XJNIOI!^ MEN.  UNION GOOFS.  . rti rft-rfr-sto .  ;&-&&& jrf2_rf1J��AZJA!!.iC2.:sAz..rfz tft ,  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  ' Tli-e best of accommodations  ' for thiS Traveling Public.  Largo and Commodious Sample Roo���. Bm*rd Booma.      j  1     IVicTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. *  *^  ^onle  JUST   ARRIVED.  nobby styles in Derby shoes, just thc kind  you  '     '       ' Oxfords and Jlals.    Also our now  nn, samples of 20th Century Clothing.   Call and leave  Mu-'mcasure for the latest style for  spring at the up t  to Furnishiift: House.  ivebeen looking for in  TheFmperorof Japan .retains  the services of, thirty physicians  and sixty priests^ Y  *_ V     '���  ,    (1  Canada's buildibg/at the Alaska- YukonrPaeifie 'erposition ' will  be ready to  receive'exhibit-3  by  M^ l'   .-*.-'     *"     '...J'  ,--''  "*'"'' ,       <    '      ��* ��� * '"      ,      "*    /  For  doing" a vaudeville stunt  Mr. 'James. J. Jeffriesiwiir'receive;  $2,500 a week for 20 weeks''      /,  >'''  "Judge1' "William'*, a well known  character, a.t Phoenix,' has moved  to Vancouver.       ���    '-      v, v    ''  -* "B ��b" Elwards.'of the Calgary  Eye Opener, is at Ottawa eudeav,  oring to have hia "'publication, reinstated in the*Canadian mails.  Seattle will'tie' the scene of the  fourth annual"'conventiontjof the  iKational'Editqrial association on  July 19.,','.' ,/  -"���*.   '   \K  '    [ ;.  , -'.Seven'feet'of clean ore^lias been  recently struck ih'theJBlack Horse  mine near'Mullanf Kalip.*'1 Stock-'  holders :alre delighted ^with'^ the  'r,_.^^-^ It     ^ -..l-....!!    r   r-J t J, CJ '        ,l X  new strike. .'-.*   vW-     '',*���   ��  ' ' . *   "' '������ i , "    '        *  All the property of' the Sulli"-  ,vdn ..company�� at ISIarysville. has  been siezed^by the sheriff on behalf of the CiwaJ Nest Pass Coal  company.     '  E. B." Drummond,- Kamloops,  would like to heafr from all who  served in the Sjuth African war.  lie id forming an association of  South African veterans.  '-      ,  The ' Toronto Type Foundry  Company of Winnipeg is about  to establish a branch at. Calgary  for the convenience of the western irade.      '  The C P. IL will be petitioned  to build a subway at Creston, so  that the traffic between the two  parts of town will not be interfered with, * -  Blake Wilson of Sfelson, the  manager in the Kootenays for P.  Burns <fc Co., is to remove to Vancouver to take charge of that district. Mr. Doyle of Revelstoke  will take his place.  played two stirring games this  week, and will play' another tonight. Afond ^y night they  played the Nelson ,teara at Nelson but in this met with hard  luck, aad the-score was 16 to 3 in  favor of JNTelson., This was just  an exhibition game.' At Rossland  the Moyie team fared better, and  gave the TL issland team a good  run for' thftir money, the score being 2 to I. (<. In the s jcond half c f  this game Sherman, of the Aloyie  team was injured ' while .'in a  scramble and was crippled��for  the remainder of'the 'game. / The  team wHl be heme abput Monday.  Following is a list'of the players  rom here:     ',      -" -'   ���-",  Grady, Donahue; Kelley, piwlf,  Clothier, Sherman, Lingilie, Dimock, Kama*."      ��� ,   ,,    ��  ' r. i  *���< <- i  -,  :' A*. Challenge.   }'  The "Moyie   hockey team  has  f,3^&2Z&&tt3&&^&^^i&&��'!s\ify  ��� " W  Mrs. Larson was out to Spokane I Ai-.  JW  Joe    Giianier   h*ts   killed  , , Most-towns consider themselves  in luck.if they can enjoy .the luxury* of '.one hbekey, j.team, but  Moyie can lay claim tOyitwo. <Ooe  team she sent forth to win laurels  and incidentally to('l>ring home a  few^ch'allenge cup'p, but up to the  houfof going to press the laurels  won-have-been few and "the cups  have been nil. iyJbw the ire of  the home v team is raised." ,, They-  fec-i.that- if they'had- been sent  a.way the story would* be different. They are .thirsting for gore)  and 'they ,seek" revenge.,.' Ben  Bvansi the captain ofi the ��� team,  after due. and jcarefuPeonsidera-  tion' and ..with ,-malice afore-  thought/hereby issues a challenge  to the other teana- to play them  upon their return to'Moyie for  money, .'chalktor marliles. The  game will pro*oably*-;be played'-on  the ,29lh of'February, C. P. R'  time, or'anyj; old-itimeV All the  members, of" the" team'^have won  medals of -^one ' sort,,, or anqther.  Some'at playing poker, some, at  checkers,and some in ��� pie eating  contests. 'Most of,,them can skate  or have had -'skates" r on during  their   lives.     'Fjllowing   is     the  lineup;   ' ' ^ -   r  t i-x >    ���   ,  Captain���Ben ."Evan**. ���  Goal���E. Lafrance,  Point���Ed.  Desaulnier,  Cover Point���J. Attwood,        ,-.  Rover���James Crosby,  Right Wing���Pat Keaney.  Left Wing���John Macdonald,  Center���Andy Johnston,  r Spare men���Mike CampbelL  B.u'uey Wilson, J S.' MacEachern  John Cannon/-Tack O'DonnelL  J. H. Hawke and Geo. Lucas.  during the week.  two  lynx this winter.  Jick MTavish was down to Fernie the first of the week.  There  town.  is u.. potato' famine   in  Gao. Gunn ie over from Nelson.  M iyor Fink of Cranbrook was  in town Monda\r, - - , -  Miss LillieSehuJzj,id home from  Spokane. , '        ,-   .  , . **���  1 , i  i Dave Angus is home from ' his  trip to Detroit.  v ' r ,       >*  There will be a meeting of the  board of trade next'Friday evening!      ���."   ,   ', >      (  P.' J. ,McAlpine,'the tailor, spent  several days of ^'the' week* in  Cranbrook.'     ' , < -  t i   - I  'r  Miss C  A.  MacKinnon  is. over  i      "��� *  from Silverton on a visit. -     '.  '    ���  -"'        e    M-V'   -  '      ' ' <.  Don't forget the benefit' ball in  aid of Mrs. Burch on the '12th-" * ,-'  "A dance was given in Morjey  hall last'night by the Moyie orchestra. (     "i -/ *"      '  John McCouch, who is in the  Cranbrook    hospita1,   is    making  rapid improvement.   , =    <���  i-    t< I < "   -���        fr ,  , K Born���On', We*dnesday, February 3rd to M r. and Mrs. P. H irti-  gan, a daughter. V��  ." '*'>        ' '  ' Thos.1 E.-Kelly and J.' H Hawke  * r , i ' ���*���  have been .gazetted as" commissioners, for takipg affidavits in  the Cranbrook' electoral^ district.  Guy Watkins, the-trap  drum-,  me'r* with"   the  Moyie   orchestra, \  has gone to Eimonton'to work-in  a theatre. ' *. ,,  " ��  ,*'tJoseph"! Lowe, ^the-*=thr'ee year  old'son of.Mr. and'Mrs.''Archibald  Cook.'died last Thursday of *men-  i - , ��� >, t  iugitis. Funeral', held yisterday  afternoon and 'interment *wns at;  the Moyie cemetery. Rev.'R. E.  Collis officiated.       " r  3,000   YDS.  New Prints and  Striped and Fancy Dimitie   Muslin  6*  fa  t. ��  Chambrays (*\  opened this week and placed on our  counters for your, inspection. They  fire prettier this season than ever before/ Bigsppts'end little spots, striped,  checks and fancies.  We pride ourselves in our, selection  of the pz-ettiest and- choicest patterns.  We also have the rejiutation of keeping   the prettiest   patterns  in  town.  (is  to.  % ASK FOR THE P.P. BRANDS  '   " rr ' ' ft\  1 >   i si ' &  This is one of th'e best brands in Emr-  r i i * ( ��i  lish'Prints and guaranteed fast colors.     - -~  # ���  fo  fo  fo  ,  v  '���   'Our price is 15 cents a yard,  ' *���       * l i *  MacEachern & Macdonald  ���^"^r.^r;  ���V"  At  sr^ii&-'!!^,iSv'i3?*-,S^,2>-''5k'2fc-*B'*'~t  Tom Marks Coming-.  i, *"t     ,'    , , . '  Tom Mark*!, and his excellent  company will be', at Morley hall  in Moj'ie on Friday and Saturday  evenings, February 19th and 20th.  Electric  Lights.  JMoyie's new electric lighting  system is giving splendid satis-  faetioa.' The work of installing'  the system   was   completed " last  Monday1  and   the   "juice" /was  ���i i    ii  turned on.    * ,.*-'''  METAL   MARKET.  Ne��* Yoke���Uar silver,���ol   d?.*  ��ead $4.75.-       Copper, 1-!^ tt-i.  Lon-do.v���Lead,  -��13j" -  .Benefit Ball, /  '���^Society Girl,*(  A ���benefi.{- ball in aid of Mt'<*.  John Burch, whose husband die I  recently after a lingering, illnes-i,  will be given in Morley a hill .nex.G  Fuday evening, Februiry 12cii.  Tickets are now on sale, and th.)  price is $1. The cause is a. very-  worthy one and it is to be hoped  that a good sum will be cleared.  1 ^ '  r        ' * ' J  The' 'tunnel,' which,   is    beiDg  driven by the Society Girl Mining I  company    is - in . 450 x feet.   TSight  men are being employed steadily..  ,. ^    ���.���.     ,  -  Eire Wardens.  The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways are planning  for big terminals at "Vancouver,  and the harbor at that point is  to be improved at a cost of a  million dollar**.  ' THE    FURNISHER  Imperial Bank of Canada.  _���_..., riin (\C\C\ iinO.  Capital  Authorized --$10,000,000.  Capital Paid Up  5,000,000  Re8t   5.000.000  Savings Bank Department. v  Interest allowed on deposits at current rate from  date of  deposits. '.'���.���..''        .������'.-.!'.;  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J.F, M. P1NKHAM,  Manager.  Trogcl Noren of Rossland still  retains the ski jumping championship of Canada. At the cianival  this week he jumped 01 feet.  Last year he jumped 101 feet, but  die 6DOW was in better condition  for jumping.  i  Denver, Col., will soon have -a  lahor union hospital, costing $200-  000 and accommodating 350 to -100  persous. The city is now the  headquarters of the National  Uniou Labor Hospital Associa- t  tion, which is engaged in building  hospital9",for uniou laborers.  For Pair Sex.  J. H. Hawthornthwaite, the  Socialist from Nanaimo, is introducing a bill in the legislature atj  Victoria to extend the franchise!  t,n women in provincial elections  < 'Presbyterian church. Sirvice  on Sunday evening at 7:30. Subject, "The Ten Virgins " Mr. Jas.  Thorn will -ing. All are cordially  invited to attend.  A. T. Clark was in town today  from the Bateman place, where  be is spending the winter. -, Mr.  Clark i3 just recovering from a  severe spell of sickuess. <.  There will be a .meeting of the  shareholdei s of the, Moyie Cooperative store tomorrow evening at the union hall, at 7:30  o'clock.  P. F. Johnston, of the Moyie  hotel, returned Tuesday from the  coast, where he spent some time  at "Vancouver, Victoria and  Seattle, and also at his old home  at Olympia, Wash.  Russell Hawke, the "main  squeeze" in the job department  of the Leader offiice, was to Cranbrook the first of the week to see  his sister Edith, who is in the  hospital.  Methodist church services at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. In the  evening the subject will be "Our  Judge of ourselves." Mr. W. H.  Arscott wili sing "Ara Pro Nobis"  Strangers welcome. Rev. R. E.  Collis B..A pastor.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Gamble, and  daughter Loi**, Ernie McQuade  and Miss McQuade, Hugh JlcUon-  donald, E. O. Kamm and wife,  W. J. Feltham, Wm.' Lawson  wire among those from Moyie  who attended the carnival afc  Kossland.  An election for three fire-war-  jdens for Moyie   will   be  held  at  the court house  on  Tuesday,   the  16th,  at 11   o'clock in  the -fore-  noon.. - _Y���Y   Ice Harvest.  Statement, ,of Concert.  t,   _V���___ - "  . ft  '  '* cr .  Total Receipts ',-,       . $1C0.50',  Disbursements ; _*" -, - -  *���  ''   Rev. Findlaj-, ?15.00,   "  Mrs. Pj,6req lia.    5.00.  ���   Leader      -���      . 0.75. t ,,  J.Riberfcson   " 2.0[). '\  -Floor wax .2T.  The ice harvest has commenced  on Moyie lake, and considerable  is being put up for locarconsump-  tion. ' The ice is about 22 inches  in thickness, and is of good quality. *   Longboat Won.,  Longboat won in the Marathon  race at Madison Square garden  last night. Shrubb fell down in  the 24th mile.  When tne Ghost Walks  $29 00,  Handed over to Fire HaU  Committee per R. Camp-      ���  bell, Chairman, **���. 0 JO  J. RoBEirrso-*-.*",  v Secretary.  Th.e Reason.  He���"1 c m not express to yo't  my gratitude for your kindnes*- i *  giving mo the first; dance last,  evening."  She���"Well yon see, ifc was a  charity ball.'  Next Wednesday  will be  payday   at   the   St.    Eugene,     The  amount of  the   payroll  $11,000.   MORLEY HALL  one night only.   -  WEDNESDAY,  FEB.  10  will   be  Stock. Quotations.  ruR-SIt-HKD  Bv  BE.VLKA   r.LWfc.U...  Bid  A*kc  Aurora  1'0  C.msoliiSaleil Smeltcra  So.W  S5.00  Cmi. GolrifielilT  .OJ  OS  Cr.nb.-ook t'irj Brick  1.10  Norlh Star  9  12  SociJ-'Jt}- Girl  2i  Sulivuu  li  Be  Optimistic.  Tired of living!  Oh, go way!  Work lifo right:  It will pay.  Stope your sunshine,  Mill your smiles,  Mint.your good will,  Dump your trial is!  LENA    DUTHIE  who will, appear at Morley Hail  FebruAry   lOch.  Mrs. J. II. Hawke, with Ueatt :ce  and baby, went to Cranbrook  yesterday to'-kee."-Edith Hawke,  who is sufficiently recovered to be'  removed from  the  hospital,  but  Smelt your ffomps,  she will remain in  Cranbrook for] Bank your friends,  80ine time yet under the  doctoi b'   Then you'll have  care  until   sufficiently   recovered .���'        youx-   dividends,,  to como home. -  Special engagement of  the  celebrate 1    Scottish  soprano  Lena Duthie  Pronoi need    throngr-int   tho civ-  iliz*-*d   world  "Queen of Scottish Song,"  A unique and delighlful   performance.  An Evening  in   ScolfanJ  and  Ireland.  The folk lnre and natir-nal  song-*.     Mirth-provoking  character  sketches.  Costumes for each el aracter  A memorable evening  of  MUSIC  LAUGHTER       J  SONG  Tickets    no*v   ��*-Mi  g    at   Moyie  Drug  Store.  iJurraira   Trices, 7o,Y><J,i.'2~,  *<f  - <f  >*  . , i  y 0  aA        #A  * 1*   /  ��� - m  * i>  * I  iYfi-i  ' i  $";��<.!  >%  - V   i 'Vi  ,J(        I'   '  il!  ".-       .      "JT . ' iSL  . i   ^   I it,. \3M  "   )      .'*! A.i$L  >    \    A'w  -      ,-��'     uf      I  If w   ���i\  ~%       'Y  1    Krtm  y$  ���t'*j.  .  v-i-vi!  \fcm  1 *fi*f-\  l  ,**��{L  i,j'-*JB  iv<v L  *  J '  i        -���?  V*�� '"*  ���������&xr^ ,   , 1, 'sV  >**  'I *'  'V <'  e-,    (����� .'  -���"w - r >  1 ' .   i     Ji  ->**. ;'  ,.-"    V  V I  THE     LEADER,     MOYIE.    BRITISII    COLUMBIA.  ' K -i'.  *���     ,    i   a*.  'r, J*--?.  '��� -��   ,-  **�����--1.:;  >te?'  The Spoilers,  By   REX  E. BEACH.  Cupilight.   KB,   by   Rex  E.   Braoii.  J'  .  '-i*"' A1*.'.   ,";<,?. "w>*  ?VV" VA'^it^ii  ��� '-'������ S;, ��   *,-*-' J-*��l K-- �� ;  '���v, T'i-& '/&?>��� ti'A.iWt  Tie paid no attention to Cherry as he  took his seat, fie liaii eyes for nothing but the "layout" She'clinched her  hands and prayed for his ruin.  "What's your limit. Kid:-" he inquired.     '  "One.hundred and two," the Kid answered, -^hicli in liie vernacular means  lhat any sum up to $-200 may be laid  on one card save only, on the last turn.  when liie amount is lessened by half.  Without, more.ado they commenced  The' Kid  handled  his curds S'lioolhly.  surely,   paying  and   talcing  bets  with  miiohine-liko    calm.     The    onlookers  ceased talking and prepared to watch,  , for now came the 'crucial test of th?  evening     Faro  is  to other games as  war is to jackstrnws.  For a time Glenister won steadily til!  "there   came   a   moment   when   many  sticks of chips lay on the deuce.' Cherry ,saw  tiw\ Kht' -'nasi)"   to  the  case j  keeper, and  tho next moment, he had  "pulled two."    The d<>uce lost.    It was  j his money���what if he did lose? lie  ��� would stay until he won. ITe would  j win. This luck would not, could not,  j last���and yet with diabolic persistence  , he continued to choose the losing cards.  The other men fared ocstter till he  yielded to Their^.'-.-dgnient, wuen the \  J dealer took their money also.  Strange <o say, th,? fickle godded had  really shifted her banner at last, and  the Bronco  Kid  was dealing  straight  faro now.    ne was too.good a player  to force a   winning hand, and Gleiiis-  ter's ill fortune became as phenomenal  as bis winning had been.   The girl who  figured in this drama was keyed to tbe  highest tension, her eyes now on  ber  counters, now searching tlie profile of  her victim.   Glenister continued to Jose  and lose and lose, while the girl gloated over his swift coming ruin.    When  at long intervals-he won   a  bet,  sh'^  shrank anrl shivered for fear he might  esea.no.    If ou'iv. he would risk it all���  everything he had.    He would have to  come lo her then!  The end was closer than she realized.'  The throng hung breathless upon each  move of the players, while there was no  sound but the noise of shifting chips  and the distant jangle of the orchestra.  The lookout sat far forward upon hia  p<*rch, bis bands upon bis knees, his  eyes frozen,to the' board, a dead cigar  clinched between his teeth. Crowded  upon' his platform were miners tense  and   motionless' as statues.    Wben  a  DISEASE  GAVE  THE  ANSWER.  Its Intrigues and its trickery?   He was  sick of It a il!' of the whole game, a**��   Wi^WiJli     WUHIL/-J ��� '   wanted to get away.    If he won, very ' TH0ft"l,ftrI   THF    W rtftl)   A Soldier Who l-'o,Wcd tne Orders or  well.   If he lost, the land of the aurora' I *��� lllVUVUMlilU   DLVVU ( Csnerel Jackson,  would know him no more. - JT"'        .,     D,    ,'   Illustrative 0I me1 ������wisperaliiig ease  "When be pat, his proposition the To Cure Common AllinentS tlie DlOOll 'wUU ^jjiththiLl-wi-rOtta^yUAJli "come  Bronco Kid dropped his eyes as thor.vrli [ JUjj��f fog Jflade fiicfl and Red. j home to ioo-f* is ilus story nom "A  debating.    The girl saw tbat he stu- ' ' , ,   .     ,���. , 'Soldier's. Lt'iieis to Ch.umiug Neilie."  died the cards in his box mtentiv ami i     Nearly  all 11k* dis;.-a?*.'5 ihut  arnica u 0,ly JU Jl]JRi   j^^ Ju  t),e eariy  that his fingers caressed  the-mi*.'on* I m-n.kmd   are   vyyayy bod  Woe,  ever so softly during the iu.iant   th?   ^^Sld V^l TZ\tt^  headaches and    ba<-k��clios.    lumbago  eyes of the rest were on Gienisier.  The denier looked up at last, and Chef  ry saw the gleam of triumph in his  eye. He could not mask it from her.  though his answering words were h����si-  and rheumatism, debility ami liidip.'.-.-  tion, neuiak'ia. and other nerw tiou-  b!ea, and ln<> di-sfiguiins skin f ureases'like cowina and .salt ihcinii that  tating.     She  knew   by   the   look  that,/show how impure the blood  actually  jis. It is no umj trying a diffeient  medicine' for each Jis.ea.se because  they all spimg fiom one ciubo���bad  blood. To cure any of these diseases' you i tiitibt g"t light down to  the root oftlx"* tirmble in the blood.  That is just vliat l��r* Wdliams' Pink  Pills do. Thev make new, rich  blood. That is why they cuie these  diseases when common medicines  fail. Mr. Heniy Uaket, Chipjiimi, X.  li., savs:���"Aboiit a year ago'I was  his lirst substantial gain, and the play j man spoke or coughed, a score of eyes  ers paid noi attention.'. At the end of   (stared at him accusingly, then dropped  to the table again.  Glenister took from his clothes a bundle of banknotes,so thick that'it, re-  Glenister was a pauper.  ���"Come   on,"  insisted   Roy  .hoarsely;  "turn th'e cards." >  ."You're on!*: ,  The'girl felt that she was fainting.  She wanted to scream.    The triumph  of thi*3 .moment stilled her���or was it  triumph,   after   all?     She   heard   the  bieath  of' the  little  man' behind  ber  rattle as though  he were being throttled and saw the lookout .pass a shaking, hand   to   his   chin,   then   wet  bis  parched  lips.    She saw  the  man she  had  helped to .ruin bend forw,a'fd, his  leaii  face strained and   hard,  au odd  look of pain and weariness ln his eyes.  She ' never   forgot > that-  look.     The  crowd was frozeu In1 various attitudes  of eagerness, although it'had'not .vet  recovered   from   the .suspense   of  the  last great wager.    It knew the Mlda.s  and what it meant. ' Here Jay half of  it, hidden beneath a tawdry square of'  pasteboard.     With   maddening   deliberation the Kid dealt the top card.  Be  parr of the ci> i: war Gt-uer.il Iiood of  the Texas bngiide h.ilt.-'d each regiment in turn nnd eni-o his orders. To  (he. Fourth he said:  "Soldiers of the Kyi.rlh, I know as  little of your destination as you do. It',  nowcvOr. any of .\ou loam or Mispeet  it, keep it a secret. To every one who  asks questions answer, '1 don't know.'  We-a re now under" liie orders of General Jackson, and I repeat them Co  .vou."  General Jackson also gave strict orders against forag'iiig, but apples.were  plentiful, and it was contrary to nature  for hungry spidieis not to cat them,  and'so it came atfotit flint on the  march to Staunton General Jackson  came, upon   n   Te^nn   sitting   on1 tho  so weak and mi.-enibli* that J thqtig.it   ,tmJl rJf an ,lpplc tree iJUsj|y engaged in  quired, his  two hands to  compass it. ('.neat11 it was the trey of spades.   Glen  Onlookers   saw   that   tlie   bills   were ,'ster.said no word nor made a move.  - r ft$jtW ������&))>$; fXt-i  tiri*. r; 1 i ' f' toff S|f! f.l {  V .fei"Li.=ir.t,1-LA'*.:r''"  mainly yellow. No one' spoke while he  counted them - rapidly, glanced at tho  dealer, who nodded, then 'slid, thein  forward till they rested on tlie king.  He placed a* "copper" oa the pile. A  'grea,t sigh' of indrawn breaths swept  .through fhe crowd. The north had  never known a' bet like this���it'meant  a fortune. ETere was a"'talc for, one's  grandchildren���that a man'should ,w,in  opulence .in an evening, then Jose it in  half an hour the winnings were sliirht-'-  '  ly   In   favor   of   the   "houst.*    Vhen  Glenister said: "This  Is  too slov.    I  want action.",  "Allu right,"' smiled*"��� the' proprietor.  "We'll double the limit." (   '���  Thus it became possible to waget  $400, on a card.j*_nd_the Kid began really to play,, Glenister now Jost steadily,  not'in large quiounts, but wilh tantalizing regularity. Cherryjiad never  '.seen cards played like this. The gambler was a revelation to, her. ,(iiis work-  was wonderful. Ill luck seemed to fan  rthe crowd's eagerness, while, to add to  its impatience, the cases came wrong  twice in succession, so"that those who , , .  ,   4    ���       ,  would have'bet heavily upon the last'   more 'U,iU.   ^"J"  of- ihcm  ^ad-, ever   --s���tnt crJ,'n'? fhrill and clear  Some one coughed, and It souiided like  a gunshot. ' Slowly the'dealer's fingers  retraced their way. ,He hesitated purposely, and leered at'the girl, then the  three spot disappeared and beneath it  lay the ace as the ,king' had'lain on  that other wager. It spelled utter ruin  to Glenister. He raised hi3 eyes-blind-  , ly, and then the .deathlike silence of  the, room, was shattered by'a sudden  crash.    Cherry Malotte had closed hei  I'would not !i\e to .-co fpnng apniji.  I  could  neither  voik��� ei'.t nor Weep.  My blood was in ���������tcinble ctuiition.  My. entire body  l.ioKi- out  with pimples and small" boi!?. lhat would itch  and pain  and, caused  me great trouble.   I  went to" tht* doctor ami tiied  several niedioun'-r but to no effect,    t  was almost in de.-pair "when one day  a friend iiskeii me -,'-hv I'did not try  Dr-  Williams'  Pink  Pills.   I   ilecid.*d  to   try    them   and    took    altogether  e'ight' boxes.   By thertime J   had finished    them    I   was   like 'a  difjeic'iit  man.   They   not    only    purified   and  enriched'my blood,  but built up my  whole system ami  1  have'not hud,it  ��' '**" niiswer to every question.  Flnal-  ,pimple  on  iny  ue.��li nor'1 a  sicU day jly Jackson asked sti<rnly:(  since," , ��� '    , , ."Wliy do you give me that  filling his 'haversack'with lhe choicest  fruit. , '  f.Tlie general reined in his old sorrel  horse and' iu-'hls customary curt'tone  asked: ' .  "What are you doing In  tbat tree,  sir?" ��� -   "  "I don't know," replied tbe Texan.  "What command,do you belong to?"  "I don't know."',  "Is your eohiroand ahead of you or  behind yoii?"'' ,  "i don't know." ���'  Thus it went.on,'"I don't know"..giy-  DANGEROUS  BITES.  Cure  Claimed   For' Hydrophobia  and  Cobra,  Every  one   knows,   of  course,   that  the bite of the,Indian qobra ia fafal.  But what Europeans do not actually  know  is  whether  or not  th6 natives  of India really possess, the cures they  claim  to  have,   bpfli  for  cobra    bile  and  for  hydrophobia  cnuped  by   the  bite of a mad dog.    A few years ago  an Indian civilian in Burma utrolled  out  with   his   gun   in   the   evening.  When scarcely a hundred yards from  tbe  zuya-1   (or   shelter)  in   which   he"  was camping," S-��� was bitten in ihe  Ivs;  by  a   cobra,   which   he  promptly i  shot.,    He   at   once' returned   to1 lhe ���  ��� s-.nynt ari<l  scrawled  a  pencil note' to j  be carried by his orderly to hie chief  {  the  deputy-commissioner,   and   then!  resigned   hirn��clf. to the attentions of i  of a eouplo of Burmese medicine* men  >  who happened to br> passing tlie night  there, and to, thc death which-lie ac- j  eppted as ' absolutely ' inevitable, i ence ami ��������,���,*,:, ���--"uujt  M-onnwhUe. his superior .-officer pro- ' ��S'.n?d ���"" d��**�� i  celled direct to hoadqua'rtera on re-' ,K,"d moir"c��'-' ofacu,e"  nninl  nf fi,�� r,n,t-0  ��^ o������i   i.��  .._     {"lost   so  Called   "renied'   *-"���  "Om n ��, I,.    "**���  ���!"^itb;kM  ,feo"tsp!ea  eH  / one deal.    This ,final ibe^'- represented    ch^c]s- rack ' violently, at-the same in-  ' To "enrich tho blood you, must get  the'genuine Pills'.with the full nnmo  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills , for Pale'  People" on the wrni)p(*r around tjie  box. Sold by all medicine dealers-or  by mail at 50c a boy or six boxes  for '$2.50 from' Tlie Dr. Williams'  Medicine- Co., Brockville, Ont.    ,'    '  \xM  KijM**-;"^-i.-Vt   '  "���^IrKfr-""',  iVi-*'  $$'"  P% '  -r*-- \%r> .  ���.$s!!il?if&1''-  fe.M ���'���  .3 h  ���i'.OM'-.ir'ins.r-'-i m  a im��$km  Vjf.^-^rV-.': ;i*  MYi'^t''  P iiJ*  fil* IwuSTrt . rSP?f  t turn . had-, their   money   given   back.  '   Cherry - saw   the   confusion'  of    fhe  .  ,;'hearse drlver"_even quicker than did  Bronco.     Toby   was   growing  rattled.  The  dealer's   wo'rk ,was   too  fast  for  * him. and yet he could offer no signal  of distres* for'fear of annihilation a,t  the hniids of Those crowded close to his  shduldor.    In' the same way the owner  of the game could make no objection  to his helper's incompetence for fear-  -that, some bystander would'volunteer  <o   fill  the   man's-part.    There  were  .many present capable of the trick*.   He  could only glare balefully  across  the  table at bis unfortunate confederate.  They had uot gone far. on  (lie next  ; game   Ljefore   Cherry's   quick  eye   de  tecled a sign which the  preted. '' She 'addressed  ."You'd better brush iip your plumes.,';'  , in spite of his anger the Bronco Kid  'smiled.   Humor in him was strangely  withered and distorted, yet here was a'  thrust l;e would always remember and*  recount  with  glee  iu  years  to come,  lie reared there ,were other faro dealers present who might understand tbe  hint, but there was none, save Mexico  -Mulllns,'rwhose   face   was   a   study���  mirth scorned to" be strangling him. * A  moment later the girl spofce'to the case  keeper again. .*      <  seen at one time before,    its fate Jay  on a single card.    'u    -      ' , ,",  Cherry'Malofte's fingers were like ice  and shook till tlie buttons of-her case  keeper rattled, her heart raced till she  could not breathe, while somelh'ii'ig rose  up'and choked her.    If Glenister won  this bet, he would quit. rShe felt it.    If  .be,lost, nlVwhat could the Kid there  feel, 'the mail*1 who was playing for a [  'paltry  ^vengeance,'   compared   to   her  whosr* hope, of happiness,'of love, of  life hinged on this wager?-  Evidently the Bronco Kid knew.what'  card lay next below! for he offered'her  Cuo sign, and .'is Glenister'leaned back  he slowly' and firmly pushed the top,  card- out 'ot the  box.    Although   this  Believed  to 'be  life  oldest   solicitor  in the country,. "Mr. R.  R.  Dee?,, of  _ lhat   bet   Is   off!    The   cases   are   Newcastle,  who practised  during the  -ronrr!" .-   ...       -,.,.���- ' reigii'of William    JV., died nt Wall-  answer  to every question?"  '"Cause them's the orders our general gin us this morula', an' be tole  us he got 'cm that or-, way straight  from ole Jackson," replied lhe man in  the free'. ' .   _  Disgusted with' a too literal obedience to hisu own cbtiimauds, but,'yet  not caring to argue tho point. General  Jackson rode on.   , - ,-.  coint of tho news,to seal np thc un-  fortunate' man's   effects,   after' which j  he set out for,, the /.avntlo seo fo'tho  burial   of   his   sub'>r_rli,nate. '  On   thc I  road  he   mot  the, "dead, man"*��� com- !  fortablv jrSgeirig  ulong  towards head-'-  quarters,  quite  n-eovered. ; The .Bur- \  me.se, medicine men,Imd scarified the 1  wojind   and   rubbed   a   certain, pas.l�� j  into   il.    .They   had   also .'given   <ho  patient   certain .,infusions    to- drink,',  and 'had   cured  him.   -NolKinjfJ '-however, would induce them to give away  the secret, of their 'trentrnent,'   , - r V  Our own nVd��>ine men 'have' mnn'v  cures-Of'hydrophobic 'tn fhflir credit.  - wron;  Glenister half rose, overturning ills  chain; the Kid lunged forward across  the  table,  and .his   wonderful .hands,  tense and talon-like, thrust themselves"  forward   as   though  reaching' for  tlie  riches she, had snatched away. ' Tbey  'worked and  writhed and trembled as  though in dumb fury, the nails sinking  into the oilcloth table cover.    His face  grew   livid and cruel,, while  his  eyes  blazed at her till she shrank from him  affrightedly, bracing herself away from  the table with rigid arms.   .'���  *-'  Reason'came, slowly back- to Glenister- and understanding -with IL He  seemed to awake'fi;om a  nightmare..  'send, Eng���'aged ninety-four.  Time ,tries all .things and, as Bic-  kle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup has  stood the, test of 'years it' now ranks  as'a leading specific in the'treatment  of -all 'ailments of ,the ' throat and  hrngs. ''It ,will,soften and subdue the  niost stubborn'cough by relieving the  irritation, .and restore the affected organs',to healthy condition.,   Use will j ,ly serious, to, make a. convert.of-Lord  A   ONE  NIGHT  CONVERT." '  .*     ,  ^       , .  Incident In  the Temperance 'Career of  s, Father'Mathew. ,   ,  '  In 1S43,-' when Father* Mathew was "  crusading fpr total.abstinence in London, he created no small amusement  for a largo party at the hospitable  mansion of an Irish nobleman' by his  attempts, partly playful, but also part-  e��e on.y for . ita^J"Ji  back cornea the trouble   3j  And cures periSMSnT"^?!  this lies all aroun(,    *   "*A  proved   lt.p0,siblv SOmD   ^1  friends I" Let It cure >0lli     t  ���,   '?i"re:'Wl" fIl'2lieF,of'i'.inli..i*  pro��*Jd'u-ieli>6ji.  HI  r��hct for Bie-B-!�� llQ  there was no in,i�� u,r me-tek Wl  ��fxen({th,l(hilnf'si,, mw. WA>**li  experience until 7/M ||*k wi,,^!  I know now }}m there hMiS|  _.��� v...*., rain,, x nave Hjq oa Kini JI  the.evil.   I would like >!1 **Ss|  suffer,as 1 did to i.1)0vr tiasSI  thUe.vthB-citlMtc^.nTrfl  n-nd once cuicd, I have \tii MMttJ��  '"��wsii|  Zis-Bc-I  i i ,  '^ .-I  ; 4 &*M" t"-!"? aij*aHtSor tftt &i.Juil  tactpa. blood-poiio'ntn), trnrlti dfiiafyasA  aierri, cut,, burnt, brvui, tab ku. rwl  bad leg. fnui^tK, epld ,<,���,, mti^it,^!  anddUenttt.'H AU itiuit.-u; mi i'trr'(ia,|jl  box, or/rim >Zam-Huk to: 'TorMfibffa -J|  man misinter-    was tllc> higgest turn of his,life, he'be-  'He C0,uI(* read a" f��o plainly the gam-  hlm   quietly,-    trfl-v(*''1 no tremor. ' "ais.gesfuro-display-    bier's look,of baffled hate-as tho man  show 'its  value. .Try it  arid he  con  vinced.of 'its efficacv.'  ed   'the   nine   of   diamonds,   and   the  crowd   bre'athed   heavily^    The   k'ing  had not won.    Would it lose?    Every  gnze-'was ��� welded ,to the tiny nickled,  ibox. If the face'card-lay next beneath  tl\e nine spot, the-heaviest wager in  Alaska would.have been lost; if it still  lemaincd hidden on the next turn, the  money would be safe fur a moment.'   -  .   Slowly the w^u'te hand of the dealer  moved back.   His middle finger .touched    the   nine* of   diamonds  ..... It   slid  ... ���,. .  , smoothly ot:l of Die box, and (here in  J-et me take .you*place?your reins    Its nine* frowned the kin-of clrbs    It',  are unbuckled."   * ^ la��Hhe K//en<* was bioi^n.   'f '     .At/  I*  .���'\V^i-*>  "*r- *W<*   i r  r*-jr.L*     *  Toby glanced inquiringly at the Kid,'  who  caught  Cherry"  and nodded, so he  slid into the vacant chair,  man would make no en  sprawled on the table, his arms spread  wide,' his eyes,glaring at the cowering  woman, who shrank before, him ilke'a  .rabbit-before a'snake. "'She tried to  speak, but choked. Then the dealer  came to, himself and cried- harshly  through his*"teeth,one word;   --  "Clirist!''t '    ' > ' .       1 (  i. He. raised   bis  fist ,and  struck   the  table so violentljT that" chips and coppers   leaped i and  rolled,   and   Cherry,  closed her eyes to lose sight of his aw- ���  ful grimace.   Glenister looked dow-Ton  him and said:  , ���       ,      ,     ' '  "I think- r understand, but the moner  ���Some .experiments by naturalists .of  East Prussia have shown fhe possibility of'tracing the migrations of biids,  ancl that such migrations may^exteiul  to distances" hithjerto. unsuspected.  * -'.' i ""-j���:���:��� "."    m  -   t ���' '    -'    ,-���  . -' Repeat  it:,���VShiloh's Cure will .always  cure   my , coug-hs ,. and. colds.'?  .Window-glass   manulactories.   have,  been' introduced into China,  and the  product,, which is'a Inoveltw there, is  rapidly becoming .popular.'   , .    ' *  t ^ ���>"��� ���      ��� M Is     <��� I  Win'ard.s   Liniment   Cures   Colds,   etc.  in'rlngly at the Kid, ' Men .Broke: some laughed but in n-��V��U��� auyJlow; ?�� * d���'t ^^-"  As reassuring look,' their'laughter wa.s no :���t b It I **> T 7"l WM ^ JIhe Kid s����-  arose and the girlj  moro like tlie sound of ehoki,~    TLy    iZ^V nl ��-PT tb,e drawer bef01'*-  The  work * of-opening' thc  .eastern  entrance of Dover .naval harbor, which   ������ 7. "V  marks - the  final  stage  of  this'    great |    ,.L,'  scheme    on- which   some    ��3,500^000      '"'  have  been, spent, was < complete'd re-"  Ltrougham, who" resisted good'humor-  edly, but resolutely, fhe efforts of his  zealous neighbor.    The incident is related' by-Kntharine Tynan in her biography of Father, Mathew. ��� ��� V'  "I, -drink    very'   little   wine,"  'said  Brougham, "only half a'glass at lunch"  con and'two _ half glasses , at "dinner  And,', though  my .'medical "adviser told  me a.should Increase tbe quantity,'I  refused to do so."     ���"      ,,.;,   , S' '   ' '   ,  "ITo. was  wrong^, .my-^'ord/ for  ad  vising you tb .increase the quantity ."-and  youY-were wrong; In   taking the "smali  quantity' you .do." "said -Father, "Mathew; -  "but'Lhave ray,hopes of you.'V " <-'"  . And'so,: after [ a  plensant;resi*-'tan'ce .  oil'-lhe parfof the learned lord-** Father  Mathew invested his lordship'with the-  silver-medal Mind  ribbon,  the insignia  and  collar 'of the  "now  order* of the.  centlv.  iair.    This  wo-[ fetamjied their foot h> relieve the grip  rors, the dealer | of strained muscles,'   Tbe dealer re-Tch  knew that; her keen wits were sharp-1 ed forth aud slid (he stack of bills into  ened  by hate-it showed  in  her face,    the drawer at bis waM ��itbout count  ing. The, ca.se keeper passed a shaking  hand over her face, and when it came  away she saw blood ,on tier fingers  where she 'had sunk hor teeth into ber  lower lip. Glenister did not rise. He  sat. hea*,y browed and sullen, his jaw  ,'fr <*, -* -yz   -tSbiJ  'r li   -li .    *'.r.     r.*V       tl  fi-i f.,^ -.*4tri  'Ey*'!  ~* * ���'���::!, M *  ���Z'A;n-Az,*a  Y^->n:  i I*  m  ; If Glenister escaped destruction to  night it would be because, human  means could not accomplish his downfall, c  In the mind of the new case keeper  there was but' one thought���Koy must  be broken.   Humiliation, disgrace,'riiin, |  Ihrust forward, his hair'low upon hia  ridicule were to be his.    If he should !  forehead, his eyes bloodshot and dead  be downed, discredited and di��coura;j-       "I'll sit tbe hand out if vou'll let me  ed, then perhaps he would turn to her! bet the 'finger,' " said ho.  as he  had  in   the   bygone days.    He ���    ."Certainly," replied the dealer.  ��� w.is slipping away from hor���this was |     When a man requests this privllce  her-last chance.      She began  her du-' it moans that he will call tho amount  ..ties easily, and her alertness,Mimulat-    "   * '  ed   iironco   t.ll   his   senses, ,too,  grow  sharper,'his   observation   more  acute  nud lightning-like.   Glenister swore l>e-  neath his breath  that the cards were  bewitched.   ,lle  was  like   a   drunken  man,    now   as   truly    intoxicated   as  though   the   fumes   r-f   wine   had   befogged, his brain.     1... swayed  In his  seat,  the veins,of his neck  thickened  and  throbbed,  his  features were congested.   After awhile he spoke.  "1 want a bigger limit.    Is this some  boy's game?   Throw her open."  Tho    gambler    shot    a    triumphant  glaiK e at the girl and acquiesced.   "All  right,  tho limit Is tin* blue sky.    Pile  your checks to the roof pole."    no began to shufile.  Within   the  crowded   circle   the  air  was hot and fetid with the breath of  men.    The sweat trickled down Glcn-  Istor's  brown  skin,   dripping  from  his  jaw  unnoticed.    He arose  and  ripped  bim, but Glenister clinched bis right  hand and leaned forward. Tbe miner  could have killed him with a blow, for  the gambler was seated ancl at his  mercy. The Kid chocked himself,  while his face began tb twitch as  though the nerves underlying it had  broken bondage and were dancing iu a  wild, ungovernable orgy.  "You have ta'ught me a lesson," was  all that Glenister said, and With that,  he pushed through the crowd and out  into the cool night air. , Overhead the  arctic stars  winked  at' him,   and the  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is  LAXATIVE   BROMO "QUIN-  LNIv.   Look for tlie signature of E. W.  Grove...  Used the,world over to Cure  a Cold in,One Day.    ,25c.   ���- ,  Women in the province of Shima,  on the southern coast of Japan,.are  the sterner sex.' They dp most of tho  field work and aie also employed as  divers- They enter the water at all  seasons except during the coldest  months of the winter.  of his wager without producing the  visible slakes, and the dealer may accept or refuse according to his judgment of the bettor's responsibility. It  i.s safe, for no man shirks a gambling  .debt in the north, aud thousands may  go with a nod of the hesd though never  a cent be on the board.  There wero Hti,M>a few cards .in the  box, and thc dealer turned them, pay-  lug the three men who played;- Glenister took no part, but sat bulked over  his end of fhe tabic, glowering from  beneath his shock of hnlr.  Cherry was deathly tired. The strain  of tho last hour had been so intense  that she could barely sit In her seat,  yet she was determined to finish the  hand. As Bronco paused before the  last turn many of the bystanders made  bets. They were the "case plavcrs"  who risked money only on the "final  pair, thus avoiding the chance of two  cards of like denomination coming to-  off his coat, wbiie those standing be-! sethor. In which event ("splits" it is  hind .shifted and scuffed their foot lin ' c*llIet|) the dealer takes half the mon-  patiently. Besides Koy, there were but I ey' Tbe stiirkes were laid at last and  throe   men   playing.     Thev   were   th* j tlle denI aboilt t0 st"rt when Glenister  V$'*f"*?  AiA^k'4?^. A%i^M  -mm^imm'  i'Mvf-; ,|#V�� ���-'*>'  'fc''^^'-^'^^^-:^^ ?-;*  ���fe^"'4f*?fe^!'"  mmfmm  '.���JW?-,,  ones who had won heaviest at first  Now that luck was against tiiom thev  wero loath to quit.  Cherry wa.s annoyed by stertorous  breathing at her shoulder, and glanced  back to find the little man who had  been so excited earlier iu the evening  His .mouth was .agape, his eyes wide,  tho muscles about his lips twitching  He had ioslback. long since, the h  What's    this    placa  spoke      "Wait!  worth, Bronco V  "What do yen mean?"  "You own this outfit?". He waved  his hand about the room. "Well, what  does it stand you?" '       ���  ���  The gambler hesitated an instant,  while the crowd pricked up its ears"  and the girl turned wondering troubled eyes upon the miner. What would  he do now?  'Jf-rfS'j  VVrfiV''  'ii:* ���;���,:�����,���"���<-���  .'/,.'  . ...  , ��� ..1111-  cireds  bo had   won and  moro  besides ,     ���,, ,  She searched  the figures  wailing her        Connting   bank   rolls,   fixtures  arid  about and saw no women.    Thoy ,\iad       ,,' ?b0U.t ?120'����0-   Why?"   .        :  been    crowded    out    long    since       It J      '1'1' pick the ace t0 Ios*Vmy one-half  seemed as ���though the fable formed the I ln,fefest   ln   tho   Midas   against   your  bottom of a sloping pit of human faces i WJi*?'e 'a-V0Ut'" ,     '  -eager,   tense,  staring.     It   was   well ! 4.There  wns ���**�����* absolute  hush  while  she whs  here,' she   thought,   else  this     ��� ? realizjtion of this, offer sn.ote the  onlookers.    It took timb to realize It  r/taf bet ts off] The cases are wrong!"  sea smells struck him clean and fresh.  As he went homeward he heard the  distant full throated plaint of a wolf  dog. It held tbe mystery and sadness  of the north. He paused and, baring  Ins thick, matted head, stood for n  long time gathering himself together  Standing so. he ' made certain covenants with himself and vowed solemnly never to touch another card.  At tho same moment Chcrrv Malotte  <*uie Uurrylng to hor cottage door  fleeing as though from pursuit or from'  some hateful, haunted spot. She paused before entering and flung hor arms  outward info the* dark In a wide gesture of despair.  AyYhy did I do It?   Ob, why did I do  It?   I can't understand myself.*��  (IV be  Continued.)   '     '  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  Her  One Ambition. '  tShe wanted a job, she told the manager of the big store, and everything  about her, from drooping eyelashes to  neatly molded .instep,, indicated that  she would draw enough" trade, or  ought to. to cover her salary.  But (.he manager, told her that for  one of her Inexperience she would  command only about ?0 a week.  She.accepted this, if it was the best  he could do, but as sho was about to  *turn away she hesitated and asked demurely, looking at bim through the  droqoing lashes, "Do you suppose vou  could make that. $7 a week, so I could  have a little laundry done once in  awhile /"-St. Louis Itepublic  "Then I will keep it," said Brougham,"  "and  take, It "to the house;  where I  shall be sure to meet old Lord the  worse for liquor, and I will put It on  him." , V      ,       7  ^ The announcement of this intention  was received with, much laughter,, for  the noble lord, referred to was notorious for bis potations. -   ' .   .   .  ���'  Lord Brougham .was as 'good as'hls  word, for on meeting the veteran peer  he said.  "Lord  , I have a present  from Father .Mathew'for you," and  passed the ribbon rapidly over .his  neck. , .   v  ��� '"Then I tell you what it is. Brougham.   I will keep sober for this night,'"  was   the   poor's   unexpected   response..  And he kept this vow, to" the amazement of his friends,   ' , **  but ,cure3 of cobra bites ure. almost  mikno��n. An .Knplish 'officer ih' tlio  ���Shan t$tflt<"* kept a numb��r'of dogs',  one,,of whioh* recc^fiv went'mad and  bit one of tho(sa)��ib'^ servants.'- The  jdntion wns nn isolnted'pne. The services of a Shan doctor,.wnre,;caliecrin.,  HKl " "ith<rn  Fnmi-~' :afS��r* Pnf?!^'  ��1I cure thero!  thro'iffh  *>J1,the severe'F*n��*-ps. of the     -  torrilile  rlisea^e,  was   ab��ohilelv;'an<J-  .'���nmple.plv cured bv'tljo Shi*n**:doctor''.  The    Kntrlish'-  officer    offered"', 1.000  nip/"*-;*    for'   tlm_  pec-of";, o'f . JJ'C, , trOPf-  ment  used and. jo' a Shan, tHiswonld, a  of co"rse. be/n/large (.Bp^r?of''mopey.,'  But tho pecret was never' divulged.^-���  The' People*.    '���.,*. - ���< ��s ������  -f -."-������ 'H  ��� ,���. i   ' "      ���    ��� .  ,   , .''Attacks ort' Europeans,   f*.    ...  A rcmp,rhablr>.'str-tf: of Affairs Exists  'nt,rpresent ftt.,,Rojliati;-'in the' Cham-;  pnrnn district���of^B��?har:'' Disputef* between ��� planters and ryots " (n'oasant  cultivators) have Jed to .acts of<hnstil-  ilv,-and in-order to protect the European population Inrce forces.of. Bengal  anned police',and Gurkhas have,been  drafted to the town and neighborhood.  Fifty-rounds of :bnlpammunition'  were served- out to' csiclV meraber 'of.  the' B��h*>r Licr hi, Horsn. In .'parts-of  thc division  affairs, hp.'ve assumed  a',  warlike fippearancV' Seven case's ore   Ihut the. goutfcTiiui fr-m illitoBJ  reported U>,thc police'in which Etin>7t out.*of order."  poans< have* boon 'attack otl. Other stor-      "How, am;!  rim 'rf tmisyr * jti  the man from lllm.-.. ,,.  ''Probably   "a    Notpriiuij *if|  could  tell you," rtJir.\ictf.J Job!  and/that  wn.��i  pnrlia/iK-itSar)'(ssl  to 'itayton tlio rt-coni -SunmII  azinal^ /-",���''*            - 'Yf  .,.. -- *   e,'    -~ . ���'..I  VTheXF6oj."of/ I ndiges.lop,- ml  (Tori- ilB'.'a''-c6mrrioii aiiiaenl anfn  are free from' H. ii il " x^il  IresSirig-'complaint snrt nlteu'i^*!  fering,-attending,, it iil�� most ssil  The very '.beat, rfm&Jy is ftmfl  X'eg'etable^l'ilb tftKr*n Erttidafjj  direction-s.'"They rcct-.iy the-a^l  lar act"on ot the stomach aalagl  healthy aclion. "l-'o" inafty'������l  have! beari a Htandfii-i remedymI  pepsin-and iailig>"*',i"n andw*-?|  ly esteemed for thoit <iu��lii.&  Out  of Ordci. V,'}*|  ���Vphapnmn Clark lons,wWljr  iii' th'e heat of a debate Conp-ssL  Jphfison, .'of  i'udiaiiii,.>c',il!ei! '^I  nbis' --rciirosentauv.j' a .jacfci!*' :|  expression! wan1- uiVpisriijun,euuty,t  iu retraction Jr-hii-rC..! bind: ''.,-  ,' "While I ivit!idri!,w the ratal  Viprd,   Mr.    Spc-nk-'r,  I nvw  ies  arc  current1 of  equestrians' ly*mg-  ambushed  nnd of  frantic rides- nlonc^  jungle  naths  Ihrpueh, firowds^of .ruf-  fj.ni's. .InoXfenstve. folk have been molested on the'highway*     '*   - . >'  A'ftw  dnj-iVngo. nin^.terri c persons,  wore convicted and^ntencod.-'bnsides"  'being' fined."   the -_full ^term  ;of   six  months' " solitnrj*' confinement.-' 'f Xo'  , fewer *thiin 200"ori��oriers.4aro' awaiting  trial*; at   ''"fifotihari ���.'-"under" "vnriou**-  .cKarc'es,   chiefly;  of ��** assault ing.. Europeans.   '��� - ,_"-'    ;.''>;   ���''*���_       . ; _ - ;-'*  1 "A^Bengali *wa? *nrfpsl��;d .while .loiterv  ingVnl. .Bankipur. Stt��t,ion    (Bengal)  when  the viceroy'* special train, was  passing, ori' strong,-, suspicid'ri' of being  an anarchist.'      *      ,. ���-. ���'          "*   , '  The  Fare. *  This is how. a "driver, of the. prison  van, known as Black Maria, distinguished himself. , ,A would be wit on  thecauseway hailed him:.  "Got any'room Inside,' Robert?"  "There's room for oue," replied the  driver.   "Wo kep' It for you."   ���  - -  Not   entirely   disconcerted,   the- wit  made another shot.  "Whafs your fare?" he asked.-  The   answer   entirely   extinguished  him. ' ,  "Bread and water���same as you bad  before!"���rearsou's Weoklv.  From Haif-Timer to Knight. ���  -'Another   remarkable   illustration** of  what self-help and <"*">r��rv vvfll do for  a mnn'i? furnished  bv  thq; romantic*  career of Si,r James Duckworth, who  has lately  been , niacin a knight.    Tie  worked in a calico-mill when lie wns  Il years of  age.  from  sit o'clock  in  the morning until six o'clock at night.  At' 17 ,ho .ran , away 'from   home  And'  enlisted   in   the  "Royal   Marinca. < He  was bought out six months later, and.  after   a  snoll  of   soiling   second-hand  books in the market* places of South  Lancashire   towns,   ho   got^ a   job   nt  14s. a week in.a warehouse.   On this  wage he supported a wife ancl  child.  Tli��n a friend rst��'.rted him in the tea  trade.    He was given a pound of-tea.  made  tip   in   2   ounce   packets,    and  these ho  hawked   from door'to door/  And it. w*s those  two ounco pr-cko-ls  of tea which led to s"<*oos.<*; and endr  od 'in   fho  future  knight  becoming  n  wholesale dcplc-r^with a warehouse in  Nr"r>h��sj/>r,    fO   wbl'nh   h|>- aflf>rwprcl,5  added many branch food-product businesses.     - ' ' - * ���        -  For unlawfully r.w-*.iis a plj  ba   opened    in>- th*'   cliJicliiis f  South borough, Geoig,- Tijipiu; '*|  ton.  was fined  ��'i"i "���- ���**�����'��� *\  and "Ue'rtv Haris,  a prav��lip��r  sentenced to six din.-' imp"**'-1  Repeat it:���" Shiloh's Cnttrl\  ways cure my coughs aad colli.  The  small- congrucaTion c' *-*1  undergraduates nt Cuntfidw BfJ  ,sity     is    about   ' to     crjlfW -  twentieth year of its foiiiidsuWr  When Hollbwny/s 0>n Cu��sj  plied to a corn or 'wart it C"!  coots .and the callosity "^  without'injury to  the  flr--fi ���  maiden  Lon    , The Great  Circus.  The word  "love" h/ono of fho W     Th, tamoua Coliseum in  old Rome,  dlan dialects   s' ��pi.��m?�� Pi J      massive as it was, wa.s a more toy ln  nW^teFwvbe^ w,th   tbe   ^re��t   circus,  �� nn��y    a    SWP<it   forest   which   fllled   the   valley   between   the  Palatine and the Aventine hills. Tho  Coliseum is said to have been nble to  seat SO.000 people, while tho seating  capacity of the groat circus was, at  different periods, l."i0,000, 250,000 and  lastly, 380,000 spectators. The great  circus wa.s probably (he most stupendous buildlm,- over erected for public spectacles.-New York American  i.ncy a sweet  telling her copper colored  brave that she "chcrnlendamoughku-  nagogagus" him. The conjugation of  the verb "to love" In that dialect  take at least a year to recite.  ��� xrmo*  task, might fail. She would help to  blast Glenister, desolate bim, humiliate  bim.    Ah, but wouldn't she!  Boy bet $100 on the "popular" card.  On the third turn ho lost.    Ilr* bet $''00  next and lost.    He set out a stack"of  $400 aud lost for tbe third time.    Fortune had turned her face.    He ground  his teeth and doubled until the stakes  grew enormous, while tbo dealer dealt  monotonously.    The spots Hashed and  ��� disappeared,  taking  with  them   wager  after  wager.     Glenister   became   conscious 6f a raging, red f-ary which ho  had hard shift to master.   It was not  This man was insane. There were  three cards to choose from-one would  win, one would lose, and one would  have no action.  Of all those present only cherry Ma-,  lotte divined even vaguely the real'reason ..which prompted the man to do  this. It was not "gameness" nor altogether a brutish stubbornness which  would not let him quit It was something deeper. ,Ho -was desolate and  his heart was gone. Helen was lost to  hlm-worse yet, was unworthy-and  she was all he Icared for. What did he  want of the Midas, with its lawsuits  '  "Well, well," remarked old Mr. i'as-  langon, "the young women of today  are not what thoy wore iu. my time."  . "No?" replied Miss Huskle.  "No, indeed. Why. all you young  women ndwadays are muscular athletes." V   ���. .'���'  "That's so. In the proud lexicon of  feminine youth thore i.s uo such word  as 'frail.' "-Catholic Standard and  Times.  Looks Like It.  Howell���Three hundred men nttomjod  n dog fight lasi Sundav. and thore  were less than fifty at our church  I owoll-jfs no wonder' thr-v sav that  the country .is g(,tng t0 the dogs.-  Now York Press.  -    !        ~~���: ^��� 4  A thousand times listen to (ho corn  eel   of your friend.; but   ��o(.k   it  onrp-���*Hnrd_v.  The .Cullinan   Diamond.  Tho highest anthorifv"is claimed for'  a   statement  in   Tho   Liverpool   Post,,  that no funds arc' forthcoming to nay  for the  cutting  of  tho  Cullman  diamond,  which   wps  present��>d  to "King  Edward somo limr> ago.'   The Treasury  officials   dcclaro   that   th"v   have   no  powr��r to give a grant for this purpose:  f.hr* Kintr declines to pay the expense  out of,his"privy nurse, and the cutter  -it prnsf-nt so��s little prir-oncL of getting his money.   "Meanwhile, for some  $7.*5,000. a diamond cut from the Culli-  nan can  b** obi fined   by anyone  who  cares to pay for it.  "When a man tails about luck." said  Uncle Ebcn, "he nearly alius means  hard luck, 'cause h |���.|i he's prosper-  ous he's gwlnr>r lake nil de credit fob  ***    He   Knew.  ,A,.young teacher \vho*-<- effo.-J!���'j  culcate elementary iniuSt-uir *a*,*l  unusually discouraging a! latt��-,i,I  despair:  "Well, I wonder if any boyW**!  tell me what (ho spinal cord reJlU'I  1 She was met by a run of U^Ji  irresponsive faces till fijially ��M*P  voice piped up In great eiclf'5*"I  "The spinal cr>rd N nbsfl  through you. Your lir-.'nl !:it*"j|  end, nnd you sit on lhe other"-*"'  ester Herald.    l  A Good Joke I  Mr. Edward Lloyd, th^ f.imotfPi  or, once sang in a frii-mi'.- '!0-il1sfI  the conclusion of the -"nr ������ ���l  man, who was ovirlontly una*"  the identity of the sint'-r, nPP/1.  bim. '.'Boully. sir." 1." '���''j'1'  diould not waste your vnirc I'*",  We need another "tenor "' 0,ir,  and I shall bo hnppy l" rive I"  i  year.    Think it, ovi'"  Wasn't a   Beauty.  Tired Traveler (lo barber).-Spending  tho night in a pieepln "  his  Star.  own    sniahinoss." - Washington  They Were  Strangers.  Howell-iWoll  <l,,pSi,;t scorn  to  be  at homo nm,'h.   I'-.^ii-Ho ,a there .so., te'.stomkcK'whqi'i.  Talking Clocks.  Tn   Switzerland   llii-y   ���*���;-��� f^.  clocks  which do not  '"''''��� ''f',i 'I  faces.     Tho   clock   m''!''!>'  M���  the hall, 'and  you  pr-���** " "''i;i  l,v- niffiiin*1  t  A Letter With a Gift.  "Dear , i am sendingyou a small  remembrance for Christmas. Do not  think that it Is cheap, although you  will notice by tiie price mark that it  only cost tne lin cash 25 cepts. In ad-  diton to that, it cost mo $2 worth of j  lime, "$10 worth of worry and approx- i  imatoly $4.67 in damaged and torn  clothes. Merry Christmas otherwise."  ���Chicago Tost. ,  pro* e one s beauty, docs it?.  Barber-     n'rwlucMon'-.. to, "hia   wife.-New  y6rk !-lt calls out "Half-p^. '*i*" ��,,Z>  i  clont   know   what  you   looked   like    ,>ross- i ly-three   minutes  to  cloven.   ��  when you  started,  but  right���Harper's Bazar.  I guess you're  Reasonable Enough.  "What's your objection "to the farm,  mister,?" ^  "The land appears to be sunken "  "But   that's , owing    to .; tbe   heavy  ��rops."-WaishIngton HeralcL ",  Philanthropy.  "No." said the i.lshop of Oklahoma  a wise and broad mini who had seen  much and su'flViVd much; "I miike it a  rule to perform-marriHge ceremonies  rroe. I have no .desire ��� to profit, by  other people's mistakes.*'���Puck.     I   ,  He  Got   His Answer.  "Ah. prlther*.  lady.  t,.n ���le,  if you ca  V.lio   monMt 'your'friend-  you  Urlnk  the  , ��� handm.mest ���man."  rhe ^mtilled, "Willi, from my polnt of  The handsomest Is one inst unlike you!'  saoanam -JARRH JN HEAD  THE     LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISII     COLUMBIA:  MR. WM. A. PRESSER.  ill' WILLIAM. A. PRKSSE"R,-,1722  d   Ave,  Moline,   I1L,   writes:  have been suffering from catarrh  he head for the'past two months  tried   innumerable  so-called    re-  jes without avaiL ' No. one knows  J  have suffered,  not-only  from  di-.oa-n; itself, but from mortification  in - company ofr friends or  Ilgl'lHl '      "   .    " ���     '     ' -  have used  two, bottles of    your I biiug cliff.  itine for a abort time,only, and it1  (cd a complete medical cure, rand  i, is better yet, the disease has not  -nod.        .        ,,.','''  cull inost emphatically    recom-  d I'eruna to all sufferers from this  aae." ' * *," i<    'V  Read This - Experience.'        ", ,  A. Thompson,  Box G5,  It.R.I  t.*l, Ohio, writes!*"When I began*  s ti cat ment, my eyes'wore inflam-  i'i��.wrtat broken,  nose was stopped  up", half of the  e, and  was sore and scabby*   ."I  not reat at night on account'pf  tusual   hawking* and fspitting.' * ���! ���'  ; ii ad'' tried several  remedies  an<3  about' to give! up,/ but thought T  M tiy Peruna. ,*.,.''    ,     t_.     *- .  filter I had trken ftlxmt one--third  hoi tie1 I* noticed a-difference.'*'* I  ,jiqw, completely-,, cured,, after"1 suf-  ���! with" catarrh for'eighteen -.'cars.'  "think'if those whoj are-"ifrlicU*J  catarrh would * try  Peruna  they  Aid 'never regret it:"-" ,*��� ���, ,      ,  Scruiiji. is, manufactured' by the Peri Drug ."Mfg.' Co.,,Columbus, Ohio.  5k your Druggist for a Fr^'e ,F"?eruna  innac for   1909.      "       ~       ��� ���-,      '"  POWER   OF WATER:   -  Under Certain  Conditions  It   Is  Practically   Irresistible.  When  a  man goes in swimming at  the seashore nud s'lap3 the water forcibly with his baud or lakes a bock dive  from'a pier aud binds s.-uareiy on his  back   he   realizes   that   the   unstable  liquid   offers   not   a   little   resistance.  Vet, fays a  writer in  the Now  York  Tribune, it would surprise almost any  , body to see what water will do under  certain < oudiilous.        ' i  Ji. stream from a fireman's hese will  knock a man down. The jet from u  nozzle used lu ]>lacur_..miniug In the  west oata away a large piece of land  In a day, toys wilh great bowlders as  If tiiey were pebbles and would shoot  u man, over the country as though he  were a projectile from' a cannon.  Then* is, a story of au eastern blacksmith'who went wo*it and made a bet  that  he could  knock a  bole-through'  ,the Jet of oue of.abe.se nozzles with a  ..sledge hammer.    lie lifted his arms;  swung the sledge and came down on  the ten inch stream with a force that  .vould have dented anauvll.'   But tbe  jet.   never'   penetrated,   whisked ' the  massive   hammer   out   of   the' blacksmith's   hands  and   tossed   It  several  hundred, feet away into the debris of  gold' bearing gravel beneath a crum-  After thh) tbe blacksmith  left out iron when he spoke of hard  ���substances. "  ���'J'hcre Ks also a power plant near  .Ournngo, Colo., Wheie a United Suites  caMilryman one day thought'he bad  au easy job In cutting a.twoulnch  stream wilh .lils sword. He made a  valiant attack. ��� The' result" was that  j his, ��word   was  shivered in   two,and  THIS ATHLETE Of  FIFTHWO YEARS  SAYS HE OWES'HIS WONDERFUL  ENERGY TO  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  A  GLUTTON   FOR  WORK.  In  Story  of  the   British   Civil   Service  the Last Century.  The British civil service duiing the  middle of the last century was a delightful place for young gentlemen who  wished  a  "job", with  nothing to  do.  , Mr. Arthur -W. A'Beebet in his "Recol-  Was Tortured With  Rheumatism and J lections of a Humorist" describes bis !  a  Cripple  Till   the     Great   Kidney  Remedy Cured   Him.  Six Nations, Opt., (Special).-r-Fifty-  two years of age but still' young  enough,.to captain the lacrosse tearn^.  John Silversmith of this place "7~can  tiuly be looked on as a wonderful  athl.-te. One would nr-turally think  he* was all his life a healthy man. But  it wa.s far- othei wise and lie unhesitatingly states that his wonderful energy and vitality are due to Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  "I suffered from. Rheumatism' for  over .seven years," ' Mr. Silversmith  says in telling his story, "and it finally made a complete cripple of me/  Aly back was bent nearly double and  who.ii I tried to walk I had to use  crutches. Latterly I could not - get  around at all and I suffered excruciating pain.     , ' , -  "Two boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills  gave me relief; sixteen boxes cured  me completely,,"        ' '  Dodd's Kidney Pills .always1 cure  Rheumatism because Rheumatism is  caused by disordered Kidneys , and  Dodd's.Kidney Pills always cure, disordered' Kidneys.  ' A* Look Ahead.., <. <  due i rocess' of^linie* the 'battle-  * had reached .the utmost limit "Of  iovelopment. \ '  kewise the, manufacturers-of dead-  xplo-iives' Imd perfected machines  ibio of ���blbwin% a, whole fleet out  ater at any imaginable distance. "  i great-haste.-the powers sumrnon-  a "conference. ���- " *-,, ' '.- '-. -<,r 'A  What's the-use' of carrying the,  ig any far-the.t&i'vthey said. -"War  become' so * appalling 'and.-, ex-  sivo that we ^can'ti,'afford^ to-, inJ  go in il.i any'more." <*���. 'V'"''j1 "V". ���'  oeing that the vjig was, up, they- re-  lantly-.inaugurated "the. era. ot -uni-  M iieaca.^:ir^ky'yy�� v/ v,  i" iso moUiers(Hwh%\know~' th'e v vir-  of "Mother*: Graves' 'Worm Extcr-  liator alwayg>liavb. it, on hand,. belie'? it proves 'its,value-  ��� :���"-v*-,!���  ��� i        ..-Vr     '\     J-^t pV-,-,       '.'*';  erniniis-/introduced 'the "shfell *-buf-'  mdiistryL-inlo"Japan;20"years ago.  ll  now- -Japair-Jfe  shipping  buttons  |o Germany.. Y'���','''-      "���, " .*���  A little thinner jet of water descend  fiigol.t'iOO   feet   to   a   manufactory   at  ���Greuoble, Spain, nnd traveling at the  moderate speed of 100 -yards a second  , fractures the best blades of Toledo.    ,  Of course some people will not believe such stories without having seen  the thing, and one may" think it a proof  of   tlie'/sclontlfic   imagination   to,'say  "lhat an Inch thick sheet of water, provided IMiad sufncicntjvelocity, would.  <,ward off 'bombshells as 'well as steel  Plato. '   . ( t     .  ( Nevertheless many *"perjsons "while  traveling h'ave seen a brakeman ,put a0  small .hydraulic jack muler t. one end  of a Pullman car and lift* twenty tons  or so by a few leisurely strokes*of tbe  pump  handle, aud  the  experience  of  'riding 'every day in a ,hydraulic elevator', tends to remove doubts of the  magic power possessed by water hitched to a machine.       ' ' ' > .  .-   ,-, Trusted, Busted, Dusted,   i.  They hired a girl who was,trusted,.  To du-it off a bust���but it busted.  "-'Then she packed up each dud.  And away quickly scud���  Although 'trusted, -she   busted,    then  �� "dusted."  ���  SIMPLE  FAITH.  hows;: this ? v  ve offer One Hundred Dollars Re-  Td  for any  case  of. Catarrh    that'  fnmt  be  cured  bv   .Hall's  Catarrh  |re   F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tolerlo.O.  ,'e,   the*  undersigned,   have   known  |j. Cheney for the last 15 years, and  Sieve him    perfectly honorable   nin  business   tiansactions   and   finau-  |lly  able   to.carry,out  any  obIign���,  pis. made' by  his!: firm.  Wnlding,   Kinnan' &  Marvin,'  Wholesale   Druggists,   Toledo, 0.  lall's Catarrh Cure, is taken inter--  Jly, acting directly upon' the -blood  mucous  surfaces  of   the Lsystem.  [stimoninls   sent    free.    Price . 75c,  bottle.    Sold by all Druggists..  pake   Hall's  Fainily' PiHs   for   con_  ipation.      . * *-  1 ' The Thirteen  Chicks.  low dlflicu'lt It is to pick' out truth  Action 'from, apparently stralghtfor-  ,1ml recitals of the actions of animals  ' well shown in a communication sent'  one of .our foreign exchanges by a  Ban   who  lays claim' to  long cxperl-  pci* in breeding game birds.   lie statin nil seriousness" lhat only two of  i  pheasant' hens . had   hatched - out  Pontoon of the'eighteen eggs placed  |iirlor each one in thc nests.   "It Is a  furious fact," he continues, "that both  latched off on the same day, and each  Son immediately killed thirteen out of  |or seventeen live chicks by pecking  [heir brains and laid them in a row in  ront of her, each exactly In the same  vnj.   I shall be glad to know whether  fucli  a  singular *casc  has  ever  been  fioted before."  So shall I; but, nt any rate. In this  ��nse at least, thirteen was an unlucky  punibcr for both the chicks and their  owners.���Forest and Stream.  When the  Hair Falls  Stop it! And why not? ..Fall-*-'  ing hair is a disease, a regular  disease; and Ayer's Hair Vigor,  as made, from our new im-J  proved formula, quickly and  completely destroys that disease. The hair stops falling  ��ut, grows more rapidly, and  all dandruff disappears.  Does not change the color of lhe hair.  A, Burly -..Burglar's   Confidence   ln   an  .���- , i "-Etfito'r's Business Acumen.- !  ^ , 't >   . ,-' i.  ,' A-,man who"'.admitted that he came  direct from state" prison-tried  to sell  -to-tlio'cltyedltor of a'New,York news-'  paper taLwpird und.startling story ^f a  .mUisingVwill   which ,he  declared  had'  .been revealed to'bim.'by a fellow.con-  . vIefL-. lie"' was a^ burly fellow, wltli a  rprognathous *ja wj~ and -he had, lost' an'  '������cye'-In'baitli?.--.Tbe-mere look, of him  " would ,,'frlghten, a i .timid,,citizen."; into,  tremors.,, ' Mr. .Sviilte,1'_the\expert- ln���  criminology, cross*'examined'thc man  'as follows:" ;   ,"'V,'->"*"' \\  ", "," -.' '  ',lrWbyl were you in Auburn?'*   v ,  ^TllghWay'* (meaulng, of course, highway robbery).   <--*"���' V '  "I'suppose you,were 'w-rongfully convicted."- .    ",.        ,.*       -,    "  , "Xiih; dey,had me right." ",  - Such 'engaging0 candor made Mr.  White-feel that the man-was truthful?  and he was greatly disappointed when  strict Investigation disclosed the fact  that the story of ^he missing will was  all fictitious. Tbe lmiu was disappointed, too, nt tbe failure of his romance, hut he'went away from the  newspaper0 office In ' cbqerful mood,  with some remark about better luck  next time.-  -A, week'later'Mr. White was sum  moned to the reception room of the  newspaper, and- there he . found his  friend, the burly highwayman,-- his  shoulders broader, his single eye fiercer  than ever. But his visit was quite  friendly, although , somewhat tinged  with.business. Ilcevldcntly believed  he could rely on Mr. White's good  faith and businessv acumen. Fixing  Mr.1, White with Jbis glittering eye, the  strong armed" one-plucked'him by the  sleeve over to a corner of- the room  and there jn a loud, hoarse whisper inquired:  "Say, couldjer do anyt'lng wtt* a couple o' watches?'*���Harper's Weekly.  I tsr Virtue Cannot be Described.���  No oiie can explain ,the'subtle power  that Dr. Thomas'. Eclectno Oil pos-  ''sesbes. The originator was 'himself  surprised by' the wonderful qualities  that.,tins compound, possessed,. That  lie was the benefactor of humanity, 's  shown by the 'myriads that rise in  praise of thi.s wonderful .Oil. So rain-  lliar, is, everyone with it. that it is  prized as a household medicine everywhere.      " v j.t   ' -   . -, v* i tt  -'The vunique ���' collection of :imple-  men'ts of the Bronze age', formed by  Canon William Greenwell, ' 'England,  will probably,, rat an early date find  its < way to the .British f,muse,.im,��=ial-  rea'dy extensively "enriched during the  pn.s,t thirty -years with gills from the  canon's..antiquarian researches.  'Minard's  Liniment cures Garget  in  Cows': > -   -  PROGRESS  OF  NIGERIA  Witchcraft.  Trial  by Ordeal "and Tri  * , , '-  bal  Fighting  Are   Passing  Out. '  , . I r.  -'A.British White-paper gives an'interesting account of the" splendid progress of peaceful, penetration in 'the  provi'ices, of - southern, Nigeria. Many  of these-, rich;'*districts 'were closed  only."a few years ago'to^all comers  The' natives vigorously excluded the  'outer^ world.'; and. gave themselves up  to barbarous,, customs/ (, Iri"Hhe Ibibio  vcountry "of" the eastern-'*'province incessant inter-tribal warfare *was~ car~*  ried on' until! quite recently.! Slave  trading,.1 twin-killing, ��� human '��� sacri-*  flee' and cannibalism - were openly  practiced. In the Omoduru, Ahvada  and Bende districts a 'similar statei  of  affairs ' prevailed.-      i    ^ '      J   ,._ ��� J  Without bloodshed, or even military measures, the country has been  civilized and developed. Jn the pa-,  iority of the districts offences against  human'life, is rare, and old customs  ���mob a** witchcraft and trial bv ordeal  aro boine dronn^d Even in the most  uncivilized tracts the" natives are  sncedilv acquirinc an nnnreciation of  tho justice administered through the  nntivp courts which have been established." -    ;  Altogether   a   remarkable   transformation has been  brough*. about in  n  short   time,   and   Er"a.   h"idwnv has  ���! been, made against tt>.c evil influence  '*    of  the Aro".    Tho  have a  powerful  first flay in the war office. After reading the Times through���no short task���  and listening to the'convorsatlon of bis  colleagues for awhile he ventured to  -MJreagJiis-cJilef. "���  "Can I do anything?" I asked. "Is  thero anything for me to do-;" ���  He seemed a little/ perplexed. The  other denizens of the* room 'paused for  a moment in tbeir conversation to hear  ^is^eply.' It seemed to me that they  appeared to be amused.' My chief looked at me and then at, the'papers In'  front of him.,  "Ah!" said'he at last, with a sigh of  relief.   "Are you fond Of indexing?',',  I replied I was fond of anything and  everything that could be of the slightest service to my country, if those  were not the exact words I used, that  was tbe spirit of my**flnswer.    ,      ,-> <  "I sedj a glutton for work," observed  my chief, with a smile that found reflection on the faces of my other colleagues. "Well, A'Recket, just Index  this pile of circulars."  I seized upon the bundle and returned to my' desk. Oh. how I worked at  those circulars: There were hundreds  pf.them, and I dockored them with the  greatest care and entered their purport  Into a1 book. From time to time my,  official chief, so to speak, looked ' in  upon me to see bow I was getting on.  "I say." said be, "there's no need to  be In such a' desperate hurry.' I am  not, In immediate need of the' Index.  You "can take your time, you know.  Wouldn't you like a stroll ln tbe park?  'Most of us have a little walk during  the day. We none of us stand on ceremony and are quite'a happy family."  ,' But,-no; I.stuck to my indexing and  after some 'three' days of fairly ^hard-  work found ray labors done. Ttook up  the bundle-of circulars.'now in apple  ^pie order, and laid thern on my chief's  desk. _ "��� a '" *" ;, ^ < '  "I say.~ A'Beckct;-" said he, "this  won't do. You are tno good a fellow to  be allowed to cut your own throat,' and  for-your brother's sake I will give you  a -tip. -Don't do more,, than you ' are  asked to do.'*v Now, I gave you those  ���'circulars to index because you "Vould  oother me for work. .1 didn't want the  Index. Xow it's done it's not thehleast  bit'*of use to me. Of course it may  come iu useful some day. but. I scarce-'  ly see how it'ean, as the lot are out of  ���late. But of course it may," he added  tb save my feelings.' ",'-"  Dimini and the -Fountain of Youth.  Hi mini was a fabulous island firmly  believed in by the Indians of tbc^An-  lilles. though thoy could give no^fur-  ther clew to Its location than" that It  lay some hundreds of leagues north  of Illspanioln.' On this Island was  the famoiirf ' fountain of youth;,.giving perpetual health and vigor. It  was thc search'for this fountain that  led "Ponce do I.ron and Hernando do  Soto to Florida, on the outskirts of  which the Island was generally supposed to be situated.  hold ovor/lhc natives, who are gener-  nllv nfraio to givr-- 'evidence against  tr"*m, and thev indulge whenever possible in slave dealinc. Despite their  lower, however, and their persistent  attempts to spread evil reports, about  the intentions of the Government,  their power is beinc steadily undermined, and the work of progress is  eoing rapidly forward *"' *-   -  Concirning His  Kissing of Her.  Only one person with a moan dls  position would have figured out this  little prose pcom.    It runs as follows:  Which do you think is tho greatest  slur?  DID he kiss her?  Did rtI3 kiss, licr?  Did he KISS her?  Or.  Did he kiss .'ITER?���Cleveland News.  1-ortaula with aich bottle  Bhow It to your.  doctor  Aa*k htm fcbout it.  then do ����� ho m*ya  ers  The little book in each package gives  "ie formula of our new Hair Vigor, tells  *���*)* each ingredient is used, and ex-  P'ains many other interesting things,  wer reading you will know why this new  "��ir preparation does its work so well.  -���M��<U *�� tio jr. o. 4s��r Oa- jLemMli. Mmuu�����  A Hermit Peer.  The late' Lord Stanley ot Alderley.  brother of the present p��er. .wis., a  Mohmnmodr.iv, and'." rather .necentric  burin.' his thirty years' -reign- Aider-  "lev   Park,   the   fine   family,  place   in  goo'i   -     ,  , ,  make, it proncntable.  ���   Fastidious  Hunger  Marchers..  A   prrty   of   forty   of   the   Reading  R,fnlif, d.' '"hunger   ni".rch<-rs_    arrived  n Oswestry recently on their way to  WnW'-Tos.    At  'tho- no-,*0'.' s-i!ltl0,n  Wei^received  ticket, of admission  to  i^workbon^.  h".   on   r-nohir-*,\ -��  '    t-1 Y^  ���,,<!   lioimr   shown to   the  mSt,tV   wird    they-    ref'.R��r  to   inter  casual    ward   iw-y    ' ...  them  on the  ground  that thoy, wore  not vagrants,   r  "I have taken Scoffs  Emulsion for six weeks  and have found it a wonderful remedy. Before I  took the Emulsion I had no  appetite; was weak; had  lost nearly fifty pounds of  flesh, and now I eat well  and am gaining every day.  I find Scott's Emulsion to  be very easily digested and  a good food for all Uveak  people."-FLORENCE  BLEEKER, No. 1 Myrtle  Avenue, Bridgeton, N. J. .  This is only one of thousands of  cases where       '  Scott's  Emulsion  1 has given an appetite. It's so  easily digested that it doesn't tax  the digestive organs and they rest;  yet the body is wonderfully nourished and built up. The digestion  is improved���then ordinary food  is sufficient.  Growing boys and girls, who need-  so much food to keep them.well  and strong, and also . growing  should be given a bottle of Scott's  Emulsion every few weeks. It  does wonders for them.- It prevents their gritting run down and  spindly. Nothing does them so  much good. ���,,.... ,  AW, DRUGGISTS  Lot o�� .end you pome lottor. nnd liters  turf on this oubjret A Port Ounl. kItIiiu  your ii<Mrw�� mid tho u��mo ot thu oui-Jr,  U ���ulQoirjnt.  ,     SCOTT & BOWNE  126 Wellinaton St.. W. Toronto  DEVELOPING   A  STAR.     '  How Mansfield  Coached  Margaret An-  - ('i'      ft   g''11 as Roxane. *      ,  ' Richard Mansfield'In liis preparation  for ,','Cyrano" 'was unsparing oft'bim-  self, aud he was'"unsparing, of others.  Everything.be" bad 'and everything he  hoped for was.at,stake! Struggle and'  desperation T. were in,the'air. Nearly  eveiy one in the cast resigned or, wSs  discharged over'and over againl -Mr.  PalrnerV days and nights-were devoted to diplomacy, ,and,'"jLlianks tojhis  suavitj-, the beady heat o'f tlie day before was,forgotten in 'the cool of the  next morning.*,'  ". *���    ( .,  An' actress of. international  reputation and experience was - eugaged-f or  Itoxane.    Rehearsals ,were under way  when   she ^resigned   by   cable.   ' The  orange girl's  single  line  in   the  first  act was being rehearsed by a young  Canadian, 'Margaret   Anglin.     Mansfield had nbt seen her act, but he remarked the wondrous loveliness of her  voice, and bis intuition told him she  had   temperament.'    "Can   you   make  yourself ~ look ' beautiful   enough   for  Roxane?" he asked.   "I think I might  if you can make yourself ugly "enough  for Cyrano," she answered.   The part  ,was hers on the Instant.   He coached  her relentlessly.   Again and again she  cried that she could uot do it."  lie reassured her, but uot .with soft persuasions.    "You can,   my dear,  and you  must.   Now, again!"   After rehearsals  she   "went   regularly 'in   tears   to  Mr.  Palmer   to   resign,    ne   appealed   to  Mansfield to be more lenient    "I am  only kind," was his reply.  "Roxane Is a. great part. Only one  who has suffered can play such a role.  This girl has the temperament and the  emotions, but sho is young and Inexperienced. I cannot persuade her spirit. ' I must rouse it." And every day  she reached new depths and new  heights.���Paul AVilstacb in Scribner's.  To Digest  the Food  IC ONE OF THE SECRETS OF KAP-  PINESS;   DIGESTION   IS  IMPROVED BY   .  Or.A.W. Chase's  Kidney-  Liver Pills  Bile in the intestines is as' important to digestion as are the 'gastric  juices in the stomach and bile i�� only  supplied when the liver id in active  condition.  The serious and chronic forms'"of indigestion are cured by Dr. A. *V\*.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pill*! because of  their influence on the liver, causing a  good flow of bile to aid digestion and  keep -the bowels regular, thereby preventing fermentation of the food, the  formation of gf>.s and all the disagreeable symptoms of indigestion.  Long standing eases of chronic indigestion yield to Dr. A, W, Chase's  'Kidney-Liver Pills after all else has  failed".   , -.  Here is the proof:  "!_ was for', many years- troubled  witlf indigestion and headache��� tui.l  derived no benefit from the many remedies I used. A friend advised the  use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  and after taking four boxes the result is that I am once more in the  full enjoyment of the blessings of  good health."���Mr, Duncan McPher-  son,-Content, Altd.i      -  cDr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills don't  relieve the .stre'-ss of indigestion temT  pprarily by- thci use of drugs, but cure  'the trouble permanently by assisting  the deranged ( organs and causing to  flow those juices necessary to thorough* mastication of the food. One  pill a dose;'25 cent's a box, at, all  dealers or "L'dmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. The portrait'and signature  of A. \V. Chase, M. D.V the, famous  Receipt' Book author, are on every  box.    ' '   f     '-    -        '      >���-"-���     -  A   WORKER   IN   GLASS.  Parliament house, Melbourne, is the  costliest 1 legislative palace in Gieater  Britain. A million has been expended on it, and it is,,not yet completed.  It, belongs to^ the parliament of 'Victoria, but since federation it has .been  the meeting place of the -parliament  of the commonwealth, its ownei(s moving to a wing of the' exhibition  building, close by. *-    ,  ' ROSY CHEEKED BABIES.  . - L ' ', .  Nothing in the 'world is, such "a  comfortv. and a joy as a healthy,,  hearty, rosy-cheeked, ' happy baby.  Babies 'and* young, children can be  kept in perfect'health by)giving them  an occasional dose of Baby's t Own  Tablets, ,which will keep the stomach  and bowels in perfect order. -'And  when sickness corners there, is no  other'medicine, vrill^ cure ���the<> minor  ills of -childhood as speedily and]  safely, as Baby's Own Tablets. Guar-'  anteed to contain*' no Lopiate or pois-'  ,onous drug. "Airs" M.' Romard, Eastern Harbor, N. %.,���* says :--"! have  used Baby's Own Tablets for the  various* ills from which s little, ones  .suffer,' and * find them 'a marvellous  medicine. ^Thanks..to the Tablets'my  baby .now always "enjoys" the best o��  health.". Sold by. all medicine dealers .or by mail "at 25c a box - from  The -Dr. -Williams" Medicine ' Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Miss fvlary Tillinghcst, tho Most Fa  mous Artist In Her Line.  At a well known art gallery on Fiftli  avenue, -��ew York city, there is on  exhibition a stained glass window tbr*  subject of which Is tho -Revocation  of the Edict of Nantes.'" This exquisite picture in glass is the work of  Miss Mary Tillinghast and is to be  presented at an eaily date to the New  iTc-rlc Historical society by Mrs. Russell Sage.  Miss Tillinghast is the most famous  woman worker- in stained glass in tbe  world. She was a pupil of,John La  I-'arge and of Carolus Duran and lias  lived and studied abroad tbe greater  part of her life. With ail her genius  and Reputation in the art world, this  little' woman Is modest and retiring  and almost sby when "induced to talk  about lier work. In an Interview at tbe  gallery recently Miss Tillinghast,said  that the window, which ls unusually  large and contains a number of fig-  ares, took a year to execute and that  the subject had been treated after tbe  celebrated picture ,at Fontaiuebleau  depicting tbe revocation of the edict  of Nantes, before which canvas she  had spent many inspiring weeks.  , Wben asked about the mechanical  end of her work she smiled and answered: "Why, that Is the simplest  part of it all. Of course you know,"  the artist cpntimicd, "the subject,Is  asualli-suggested'to me by tbe'person  reiving the commission, and that these  ?Iass effects are made for a specific  purpose anc^ place makes' the work  easier. The subject matter settled,  ,the next step is to get my inspiration.  If the theme is allegorical \ read,  iream and make sketches-of my fan-  lies until they materialize into'' something workable. Should the theme be  hlsto'i-Ical' I haunt, as In the present  Instance, the country that gave rise to  the scene. �� n  "Then I make a rough draft and  afterward work out the pi&ture with  living, models. Another sketch Is made  from' this and the lead lines, a most  Important part of the, scheme, put in.  Dnder my direction the dyes are made  and rthe glass" cut and put together by"  skilled workmen."  In reply to the statement that a  worker in'stained glass had to be not  only an artist, * but a special eolorist.  architect and mathematician, "Miss Tillinghast pointed to a small "e" in the  word "edict" and said., "Well, there  are four sections in that,fifth letter of  thettalphabet." Which clinched the'  matter of the exact science conclusively. -   '   what' dreams''mean.  eard Her Death  Sentence  To obtain temporary relief v.ben  . suffering i? a great boon, but u> be '  pwmanently cured p.fjd restored to  health after being assured that cna  has not a year to live, i-s an experience that cannot iail to brins joy to  ���Wr heait. Yet this is what Mrs. A.  K", rft'rl"!fin. ��f Norwich, Ont., says  PSYCHINE accomplished in her case.  Writing on August 11th, 1908, she  ��.��ys.* "Jt i-, ten years since I took  PSYCHINK, and I have not taken ten  dollars' worth of medicine'since. I  should not have lived put thc j-ear  had it not been for PSYCHINE. I  am now m excellent health." Can  nny te-itimony be stronger than this?  ' If you are feeling worn out and run  down, try PSYCHINE. You will bo  surprised at the result. PSY0HIM-. ���  thoroughly builds up the system, an'd  imparts new liie and vigor."  The greatest of tonics, PSYCHINE  restores the throat, lungs, heart,  otomach, digestive and blood-malting  organs to perform their proper functions. The only specific known that  will cure chionic weakness, catarrh  and decline. Sold at all druggists "an 1'  r^tore.-i. 50c. and .5.1. Send for a free'  sample to Dr: T. A. Slocurn, Limited,  ���Spadina Ave., Toronto.  It is perhaps, not generally known  that swallows can be trained to rival  carrier pigeons as messengers. Art  Armveip trainer.,of pigeons sent up '  no'mo'pigeons and swallows at the  same tune fiom Compiegne, in  France, 145 mile.-- .off. Tbe swallows  arrived, at homo in one hour and  seven minutes. Tlie . pigeons took  rather more than three, times as long.  1 A Sure   Corrective  or  Flatulency.��� ,:  \Vhen the undigested food lies in the  stomach   it" throws  off gases   causing  pains and oppression in the stomachic region.   The beJch'ing or eructat'on '  of these gases is offensive and the only way' to pievent theiii is to restore"  ihe 'stbinach to  proper  action.    Parmelee's  Vegetable  Pills  will do Shis.  Simple .directions go-with each packet  und a cou'se'of  them taken��� system- ',  atically is certain to effect a cure.  A village blacksmith at Yarmouth,  Eng., bankruptcy court said that he  penciled 'the amounts his customers  owed him on a board, ancl planed the  entries off tlie board when tlie money  was paid, the most novel system of  single ancl double entry the court had  ever heard of.  -A Multiplicity of Fathers. ,  Ardyce had been learning to* sing  "America" at school and was trying to  teach it to Brother Wayne. One morning his father beard him shouting,  "Land whore my papa died, land  where my papa died." 0  Ardyce interrupted. "Oh, no, Wayne,  not tbnt way. It is 'Land where our  fathers died.'"  Wayne's expression could not be described as he tipped his head sidewlse  and in a very surprised tone gravely  asked, "Two of 'em?"���Delineator.  FURS FURS        FURS  For best prices, ship to the old reliable  *NT. \V. Hide &. Fur Oo , Minneapolis, Minn  A .well-known Scotch author ancl a  young friend had spent the whole day  on the links and'had had some close  and exciting matches.  As thev left for home the elder man  remarked: "Do ye think ye could play  again to-morrow, laddie'?"    ,  "Well," answered the youth, "I was  to be married to-morrow, but I suppose I can put it off."���New York  Herald. '     '  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  PAZO   OINTMENT  is  guaranteed   to  cure "any,case of Itching, Blind, Bleed-  irg or Protrud'ng Piles in 6 to 14 days  or money refunded.   50c.  The oldest canal in England was originally a Roman cutting���the Foss  dike���running its 11 miles fiom Lincoln to the'. Trent, near Torksey. Deepened in the time of King Heiny I.,  it was allowed to decay until 1S40,  when the Edinburgh Stevensons both  widened  ancl  deepened  it-  Repeat  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure   my   coughs   and   colds."  Human Sacrifice In India.  Though the practice of offering up  a human sacrifice is growing increasingly rare in India, it is still heard  of occasionally in remote districts.  Writing on Nov 12, a correspondent  of tho Standard of Empire in Calcutta says: "Within the last few days  a case of human sacrifice has come  before the Sessions Court at Chota  Nagpur. . A bunia of the Ranchi district, on the .Lohardaga plateau in-  this province, purchased one of the  small hamlets Which are dotted over ,  Hundreds of large roach and dace  havo- been recently turned into the  Thames at Henley, Eng , by the Henley Fish Preservation association,  some of the dace being remarkably  fine fish. About 20.000 roach and  perch have also been placed in the  Thames nt Twickenham and Ponton  Hook by the Thames Angling Preservation society.  Aids   For  the   Raveling   of. Dreamland  r '    /        Lore. '  Flying.���To dream you are flying Is  a very excellent omen.. It foretells ele-  ration of fortune.. It also indicates  that 'you will take a ' long 'journey  which will turn out advantageous to'  you. .       , ,   ,  Injury-���To   dream 'yon   receive   an  Injury  signifies  that you have many  friends and no-enemies.' if "you dream  of  inflicting an injury  you ^ will jbotb I  receive and dispense blessings. *   -  Jockey.���If a girl dreams she'^sces a  jockey .riding at full speed "she will  .have' an offer of marriage 'made her  very unexpectedly.'  Legacy.���To   dream   of  receiving   a  legacy   denotes, losing^whatever   your  own that ls in'the hands of another."  - Malice.���To   dream ' that   some ' one  bears you malice foretells a  pleasant  prospect In your worldly affairs and  that  you   will   soon   be   advanced   to  some important station.  Money.���To dream of receiving money  is a good  omen, but to dream of  losing  it   is a   proof you  will  be  de  ceived and unsuccessful In business. '  Neighing.���To dream you hear horses  "lefgh augurs that you will  have new  md powerful friends who will do you  aiuch service.  Paper.���To dream of paper is a good  mien, but If it appears rumpled you  will have to go through trouble of  some kind.  The Japanese" system of .licensing  .ndividual opium smokers has greatly  '.educed' the number of drug fiends  in Japan, and especially in Fornjosa."  , Repeat' it:���"Shiloh's Cure will  alwaysture my coughs and colcis."'  ' "Strive on, i-uie .i.un, said,the benevolent olcl gentleman, "and some  day you-may be-President.'"  . "Ah, that's a pipe,", scoffed the  youngster in the green sweater. "Mo  parents spoiled me chance^,, long ago."  "And .how   did "they   spoil    your '  chances?"  "Why^dey forgot to name me,Bill,  dat's how."���Washington Star.   ,- i> ,  r. ���' r  Minard's   Ljniment   Cures   Distemper.  Rats, wh.ch have of late become'a  great. nuisance   to' the  London  tubes  by attacking "ihe* "coverings of electric  ca'-les  have ,been "diiven . hom .their"  ���haunts  by  means  of   a virus  which,  .when  eaten by  rats't'or mice,", causes  | them to be overcome, with. the_ desire  to get ini& the outei air and to drink  eold water. ', '   "  household hints.  Minard's  Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Sirs,���I have used vour MINARD'S  LINIMENT, for the,past 25 years, and  whilst I have occasionally used other  liniments, T can safely say that I have  never,used any equal, to yours.  If ��� rubbe'cL between   tlie   hands  and  To remove grease spots from wall  iiaper sprinkle baking soda over blotting paper, place over the spot and  press a moderately warm iron against  It for a few minutes. The blotting pa-  ���*er will absorb the grease, and the  paper on the wall will ,be free from  spots.  Scraps of meat "leftovers" may be  utilized by chopping fine and adding  enough water to cover, then cooking  i few minutes with a little salt, butter and pepper. Thicken as you would  .jravy. Line muffin or gem tins with  pie crust and bake, then fill with  nixture and serve hot.  When cleaning pantry shelves fold  rogethor at least three sheets of newspaper the longest way of tbe full  sheet. Place tbe fold to tlm front of  the shelf, fit carefully and When next  clean papers are needed slip a silver  knife In the fold of the outer sheet,  cut along the entire length and remove the soiled part. In this way  your shelves may be cleaned often and  with little labor.  If one has a bedroom wall on which  butterflies or certain varieties of flowers predominate as a decorative figure,  then rugs, following this same idea,  lire easily made to order at any of the  places where this work is done. A  genuinely effectne and unusual rag  rug had butterflies of pale yellowish  and brown across the border of a yellowish and brown rug. The butterflies'  looked as though they had been w-ork-  ed in afterward," for they weie a  closer weave' thau the body of the rug.  ",-"* M'i     A     w-aflW^'"^^^!''-Whaled frequently,  it will  never fai! { �����- fm,e idfa "waf 0"rricd   out7"n���,fl  the table-land..   His fields turned, out   . ,/   .    .-,     , .    .   -. ��� ,,..pnfv.   !��ird  design  for a. border on  a studio  to be so fertile that, he determined  upon a sacrifice to the local goddess.'  With great .craftiness - he engaged a  boy to catch birds for him, and then,  luring the lad into the jungle, he  set two of his cultivators ph to commit in ceremonial form the sacrificial  murder, and himself-made the offering of blood to the 'goddess. The boy  was missed, however, the police  tracked down the men who set upon  him. and on their' confession the  bunia was charged with the crime.  The Sessions judge at Chota Nagpur  accepted his plea that human sacrifice was part of his religion, and reduced the charge of murder to one  .of homicide. Jn the end the bunia  wria sentenced to transportation for  Ufo."  to  cure  cold  in  the head  in twenty-   ''lr     _ ,  frmr iimiri i'ug.   F^pr dens and studios these quaint  Moor mats are most attractive.  four hours  It is  also  the  sprains,  etc.  Dartmouth.  Best    for    bruises.  Yours truly,  J.  G.  LESLIE.  "Well, if that ain't the limit,"  mused .the postman, as he came down  the steps of a private residence,  "What's the trouble "queried the  passing citizen, who had overheard  the  postman's noisy thought.  "Why," explained the man ingrev,  "the woman in. that house says if-'I  don't come along earlier she'll get her  letters from some other carrier."���  Chicago News.,  A.  R.  Horwood,   of    the    Leicester.  Eng., museum,  remarks that the col-'  ors of birds' eggs can in a large num.  ber of cases, be. traced--,to the'necessity - of     "protective      lesemWanee."  White eggs are usually laid -by' birds  nesting in holes in 'tiees,  or in dark  situations.    Most  birds nesting on or  near the ground Jay eggs of ian, olive  gieen oi   brown ground color.  5fV.tr  i ^r��/niR'.i-��|  iyt^traus.  If everything else in the  house'did its share of  the work as vrell as  ����  Jili  >tove  very few women would  complain of the housework.  "Black Knight" does away  with the everlasting  rubbing and polishing.. It  shines quickly and produces  a result that satisfies the  most particular.  Always ready for use for*  Stoves, Grates and other  Ironwork.  It's the best polish aud the  biggest can for the money.  Send dealer's nnme and 10c  for full sue can if you can't  gel "lilaclc Knlghr" lo your  town.  The F. F. DAU.EY CO. LIMITED.  H1MJXT0N. Ont  The fund for providing meals Ior  necessitous school chidren in London,  which has received a, donation of $250  from the Prince of Wales, is now-  spending about $3,300 per week and  feeding no fewer than 21,000 children.  There is a growing sentiment among  the produce dealers in Now Yorkcity  in  favor of selling goods by'..-weight j  instead'of. by measure,    The present J  Cures Strained Puliy Ankles.LymphariCltli,  Poll Evil, t istuia. Sores, Wire Cuts, Bruil-  ta   and. Swellings,   Lameness, and Allays  Pain Quickly wilhout Biisiering, removing  tlie hair, or lttsiDi* the hone up. 1'leitsantt  to use. S3.00 p*-r bottle at dealers or delivered.   Horse Book 5 D free. .  ADSORBINE. JR., (inankind.M.0ribol-  '/ tle,)f-or Strains,Gdut.Vnrlc04eVolns.Var-  icocele,Hydrocele, rroftatlti., kills pnln.  W. F. YOUNG, P.O.F., 137 Monmouth St., Sprinnlield, Miss.  ,   ,   LY2A.V. SONS* CO., Montreal,. CanKdUr, jlgont..  AUo flimlihtd 6�� Martin Silt Si Wunnt Co, WtnnYptv.  Th. fjathna/ Orurj A CJinm/ca/ Co, Wlnilptg a/toT CaJptnb  ami Htodtrton Bnu Co. Ltd.- Vaneottifr- i    .  KEEP YOUR IGNITION RIGHT  "*��� 75% of all Gasoline Engine tioubles  come from poor iKpitton.  Ihe "VIM MAGNETO" does  away with Hutteries and can  be used on any Engine. It  always givrsa good hol^patk  KuIIv Guarantied ��� /.^ents  Wanted.  A. R. Williams Machinery Co. Llfulttd, Toronto  meas-,  method of varying) uncertain  ures makes a great   deal of dissatis  faction among the consumers.  W.    N.    U.    No.   725.  ,   I  ,   i  t.   '���  -    nl  .'til  .A , I  .'��     i     -J>- i  :.i 1.. *,  ���$.  !���>.?. 511  .*�����-���?  r ..tkffi  ��M*.\      t 'rt-i*  ���*r.             1    -   *F*  ,*  'fl.    .'.-H.  ,     v.t   i   i   -iP?:  '       ,. > ���  1   it^r-.  '^';A ,\Y'  ,   ���s'.i  * V  v >W,  . '.*���*���  ��� *  r*"-!  i   n *���  '#  J. .u.i  J ��� / ��'J  ���           1    -   a ���>!        '**  *   '. M  f                           *���  '   ''#  ' vi  *"4  ,<         ,U/         -               V,*|  9    '      "t      'I*.'  J  '           -"'    ->jfc1  y c     , <a.'��I  '"**'-���--'! \\M  ���c   m>'YA  >\tr     ���   \t\AM  \    ,       f ���>���,;. '<yi  , .*,' , i\,A;M  '   *��� -��� \ffi%\  , , J-'. ��� "' j' .ff  1                                ,                  '    \       r����^|  w',    v' i-V.i  ?' 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J*,".,    l  ���:/ .-.'I.*.. ?',; ;f, A a  TMJPs LEAiJJSJR, 3I0YIJE, IlilT.T.TRH COLTJHBIA  TM MOYIE LBADEE.  ���� lblifrbed in the iu teres t of thc- peoplr |  oi \Iovie and Emm Kooten-iy.  h\ J. SMVT1T, Pl-BI.TSHmi.  j^oi*^jiXy^r>  F.rK    .(I    KL-J'Cnii'Tli'.s  ^/?<? J 'ca>  ������ $2.00  SATURDAY. FEB. 0,   1009.  No Mah is Stronger    "  Than His Stomach  A strcif" man is strong all ovir.    No man  can   be  strong who ��s suffering from weak irtomacti wilh its  cn-equeiK indigestion, or- (���"-    rmc oth��*r  aisease  o    :ue i-.omach and its associavo- orgs��ni, which im-  .pair*; di{��c--.:!3n and nutrition.    For when thestornsch  is  weak or   diseased  mere is a itiss of lho notritioa  .contained in food, which is the source of all physical  strength.    When   a   man  '' doesn't fee! just right/?  when he doesn't  sleep well, has   an   uncomfortable  fer-JinSi in the stomach after eottn-J, is Ir.r.fjuid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.  Such   a   man   shoula  nse   Dr.   Pierce's - Golden  Medical ���>  'Discovery.   It cures diseases  of the stomach  and   other  orHftns of digestion snti nutrition.   It enriches the blood.  Invigorates the liver, efengtiions the kldncvs, nourishes  tl>e nerves, and so GIVES HE'ALTH 21ND  STRENGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODV.     ,  You can't afford  to accept a secret nostrum  as  a  substitute for   this   non��  alcoholic medicine cr known ccmi*os'tion, nOt even thoiigD the urgent dealer  , may thereby make a .ittfe higjter pro/it.     Ingredients Drinted on wrapper.  I  O. 0, F.  U\Md>)   1. ��il ����*>���<>��� 4* ���  Me^-t^T'J^���^.^���^^ i". eniligs in  MvGii'Cor  IiijI)   ->r>   Victorin   -ueet,.    Pi.jr.iiiiuii):  <)dii Kellciw*- I'nriiuill'i irivitsd.  Ciias. J. Whltk F- J. Smith.  Nnt-ir urmid. S.r r'y  ^  til.   l.us��-lle  jL..<l|f��-  Nr'-  S7-  K. of P.  Shoe  Repairing  Mining Shoes  Ma.de to Order  THE C A  . .^^^^^^mwSmSV^nj^Pf^^^i  OF COMMERCE K  C  A Lesson on Treating-.  Y'-<m  '     DSENIB RELIEF.  Tlieie Siena-. Ci lle^jrcneial   c3's'  ?��:��' i^Fa.f-L'fiii    at,   Ifortiie   over   the  "tH^tiibiitionj,   of   the   relief fund  'Svliioh v/ai rai-eil Iiiifc sumiiier,' oi  riUiw over'tha paying   lxu-k  of  this money by'tbesuffefeis a-ssiso  vd.    P-rtunato!y tttf;raoD*ey   cou-,|     smith-Hollo, Brown, old boy. Jolly  ���tribiiCt-rl by th**' people   fif  Moyie | glad .to see you.      Come in with me. j particular.**'.   One month  fissures  tlie  ���ftBi^?oUb^WWen"thaVe,?,,e|pnWic  ��f   thC   t^ughne-   of   the  Brovrn���Well, I don't really -want  anytliing to drink, but toJjG. sociable*  1*1 go ivlth- you.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELS0No.B. 0. /  hoarding and D.tv School  conduct-  - - j i -  etl hy tlie Sister-j of St. Joseph, NeUon  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a 8peai.��lty. Excellence and  swift progress charactehiae each department.   Parents   should   write  for  \l   '^/'."y'txn.'vp     I'1     Mi'On^oi  ' ���m<$i'^kY IihII nl   8   t '(I: < lc.    Vi' -  ^-*i!ii^      inuj; lid i rn mviied.  B. E. Tavlor, E. A. Hill  .Viii-eellor Oom. K. K,��n-  S,  Moyie.'Miners'   Union  -     .No. 71 W. F.'of M*  Meets in McGregor hull every   StUnr-;  flay evening?. '   Sojourning   monibers  ���ire cordially��iuvited to at'.end.  Malcolm IIc-Neill     Thos. 13.  Kelly  President. ' '   .    ' "Secretary  U trjl **  IS gvatiXrSi  ''i** not invoivVd iff fche tJingle, as  -M'>yie, ' like NJl-ori, Ferib theii  money to a committee 'ftOir.po'-.ed  nf 'tlio head? of tho different  churches instead of to the general'relief committee, ' , '  '' T ie F��*rnie'Ledger was feeiles---  onougli to given.-'plain 'statement  J^SdkjSfi  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  cnmm.noe January, April and Sept  Pnpilr* n.ro iirlmiltwfl dnrine tprin-  Barvey,v   McCarter  ��&  . Macdonald.  'Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook.   -   -   B. C.  FRESH   AND   CUflED  Green���Why,     Lere   comes    Smith  and Brownt    "Mr.  Brown, let rae ia-  'of facts, and gave r, fall report  of  Lroduce you to my friend.-Mr. White-.  We  are   just  about  taking   a  drink;  come and join us.      Oh, yet/'I insist!  acK  e  an." iudigrtalion liieetiing'' which  "tfas held fche ofchei* evening'.'''The.  li-dger sas's: "'The* object of the  \   meeting:      was  -to 'consider  fch^  ajtion of the 3Iayor-elect in - hav-  lug some 200 miuer's "doclred  $8.00       Smith:-Ho,'ho;   bere-comes Blac  V-ach to pay ba'ck the 'relief mo'uey rt*�����n*al 'f^0 ?n. ^s- y��u- ^  1 .        just in time!  Como, gentleuien, what  -a-K-anced to the*m in lumber, 'etc.   will it be?  The public, 'who as,.jrbi- li'avo"not  soea a proper itemized statement  :of the donations aud expoitditttre's,  'do liot-thiak'tka-L'the poor: worfc-  'iugru'en should' be forced 'to repay,  what the   getieron-?^ i*aoplb  from  ouUide   'sent   For'  -grati's   relief.  UE1D  OFFXCE. TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ^'"Usueu ,  6ej'  Paid-up Capital, $\ 0l  ALSXANDEE LAIRD, General Manner | Reserve F^  A GENERAL BANKING BUSlii^TRANSAaED \r -ir 2 -i   .��� 'u all lJRANCH[s  DRAFTS AND' MONEY   ORDERS sold, and money trar   "     ''  telegraph.or letter.       " * -     anscrredby  '        '       . o  COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in frr ���  F0BE1CN  BUSINESS.     Cheques,and drifts on the ^  t Great Eritain and other foreign countries bought and l    '  cmMBRfaM branch: ; y    ,. _ __ ���. T. ,trJ^ -  A ccunt  ���Jits,  121'  *     R. A. 3MITI1  *.    '  ���'  SUQKilAKKU,  MOYIE,  1).  c.  W. F   GURD,  BAKKISTKH, SOLICITOR, ETC  *     "     I *  CRANBROOK.     ��� '      ,    B. C  ���I:' ������ -P  . H. DUNBAR  ,AXD  ^.'     i.����.  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary .Public,.Etc  "   Cranbrook, B. 0:  S  I : m, \.  Y -.- \ .,  ' Wl-uie;.Jo*i4s, aree'n,*'Smit**?,-;Black,,  and * Brown���Hei e's luck,- gentlemen!  Slier wood Herchmer, mayor-elect, j =-v  -made' the ������ ridiculous" statement  that' ' he thought the ' money  3hould be repaid to" the city,  "and then , used "to "beautify  bur cemetery or biiild a ��� recrea-  URNS ���% GO  . "Liihited., *"   "J ���  2DESTTIST.  Qranbrooli,  B,  C.  Jones:,���Now, this1 one is "on-me���  drink heart}'! '  rj.  tion   ground." '    Imagine, "if  youl +-;��_  cm,   the' paop'e; who    sent "the  nnneyto h'elp'the sufferers'coyer  -uheir   heads, * consenting  to   the  hijUeyberng  repaid  to  "beatifyj  ii ij  our cemetery."- ��� '        '-   /  ���   Ifc would   seem  that  the   relief!  r; h ,s" r  ' Green���Gentlemen, this-is my treat.  Here's your health!        ���       t     ��� W  committee are overstepping their  ground when they ask for the  ���paying back of this money ,-whieh  iwas so generously donated to the  sufferers. - Tb is --doubtful out of  ulltho contributors- If one could  be found -who'would accept a  dollar back. The money 'was  'giuen as a relief, 'and - not as? a  ioan, and this is the opinion of  the majority of the people of the  peopla on the outside.'  ���        ���  Ifc   is   bbginnin.g"  to   look  like  lodal option.       " ���,     . -    i  Yes, Miyie is.cutting  some'ice  just   now.        -     ���       .  ���      , *.  Rossland raised $451 to help the  earthquake sufferers in Italy-  Fresh eggs ar6 worth $1 &  djzen-in Moyie. "TL'Ri is eggs,"'  '^o to speak. *   ' .  It is strange how many good  hockey players you find a long  distance from the game. ���  A Qeniuc is a*man who takes  the lemons that Pafce hands him  and starts a lemonade stand with  'them ���Elbert Hubbard.  Smith���Let's have one. on me now!  You'll insult me if you refuse,  goes!  Here  Black: Set, 'em* up again, barkeeper.  ���thash ligbtsh; bere'sh better days,  boysb.! ,  Brown:'-N6"w jus' one more* 'fore we  go. Let'r go, gents!  ,. r        '     -   ,    *- ���"��<"     r   -���" jA^.   *-    '  T. T. McYittic.C.ET^P L. s"."lt\ Y. Farter, C  JEcVITTIE &.PARKER,  '   Provincial La^d'Survisying   "  0 ,   ''     ' '  RAILWAY   JS   MINING    EN CINE EKING  * ��� "' -*���.,*  - Estimates Furnished.  t   -  ,-   GFMCFS J '.'  Port Steele P. O. Bo's 2o.' "  ' -  OranbVqbk P.-6.' Box l\.  '      _/, _,  -^lllit��� ... .  ���fi  DESAUI.NI Eli     BROS,    l*op��. **  Liirge sample room* in connection  wjl 1. he lite fn cr'r, n iic'i^l ntn.Br*  Of a.", com mod a tions.'  .Headquarters  (or   Commercial and Mining jMed."  QlfEEKS   AVENITE,  G-eorge H Thompson,  -���-'���*< , '���  -���     - ,       ,i  ,->l BaISSISTKB, fcOLiCITOR  .      -  . tjj .     ! ' ,   - I      t- , - 't '-,' a,  '  "       ������V-  ttxryriJBLic,&c. "i  %.     "*,. ' '   ���';' '   ���*"/  PRANBROOK, -a British Columbia'  8TWAT THE  COSMOPOLITAN     ,.  3B3CoT3ESH��.  '? t      '   , ,c  >       '    WIJENrJX ' "  J      f  CRANBROOK  K. H. S'lAUr... Muiacnr. * "*  , Good room|, good tablet and  bur  and  first chisa sample rooms.'  ii " ,,"���.'  Wm. Jewell   -^-^r  x- a ^       '     ' ' l f*   "  * < ( 1(1  Express andi'Gener- ~  al   -Delivery ��� Busi-'  ness. , Livery  and "  '   Feed^Stable.  ,      r  WOOD   AND    COAL  : Por'Sale       ���   ���-  ��� ,'   Leave'Orderp,at   **'   -.-  ; GwynnV-j Store. ,   (  WATCH  MOYIE  i j,.  GROW  j(f.  Real Estatft^alues Going Up  A\  \ i ,.'  Moyier  , Biitiah Ot.:umhitt  Wi R. BjSATTY   '"   K     ^  -' .   r        i      .        -        .r < I  '��� ������ L .ll .-',  Embalmer and Undertaker,*    c '  ..I .  ' . * .   '  -   ' '     %��� '"*       ' V    ' -  Phoue'9.af,       ,%      ��� .CRANBROOK  r *-....-..    -t  G,.A,  JAMIESQN'   -  , -   i * -' ������ / * r - * ��.   r,  V ���'_ ,G rad uate, Embalmer",,  ". '���  ,3roruciari and ' ,* } \  l-^uneVal Director.  DAY,OR NIGHT   CALLS  AT  ���OFFICE   .-PHONE    NO    ^2CC  ���. cranbrook:, b': o.  SE.VD   TOUIt   WORK "TO IHE.  v -"KOOTENAY '���'���.��  '" " STEAM'-^'(V- '-;;'  :^,^laundryJ*'-/:^  ���     *  .       - '  -       .UT*r-   Jj,   ,-r  , I.  ' ",' j*    ,  '1     rS  *   - - <   AJ> *- ��.:=-,iLt       . ^ii'  ' <,  v   ;  ;nelson;--,-;v  -'      '  /. ���   lA^Yu-? A' "-'������    .   "'  ���All WJiite"Ii'abor/,,,>  J_iiave work with,the    local agent  A. B.  STEWART'   ,  *aV  .'-'u  "J"  y *       -r   ,5. h   t^ti    i  '      -U... tr .'. .."vVj  ���     r     ' *'���-.  J*7 V���"l '  ' *  Y.^m.  4'  i., .   <> i  Insprance; 7R8aX r-Est ate, ;t'Coiiect ions.  Sf.  -   - l   % ji*^/-^"11* <r*<    ��� S- - -a-"*.  t+npj  L-*--^-"  <i-'    *- ;  '  ."*��    Sl.  ��� r   '',  " .* tt .  I "Hi  i j1**; I  i WW  '* *���%, ��� I-  *���}��>  Al  ���*JV.-C*:��^V��r ^  And not a single man of them actually, and honestly wanted even one  drink.���Courtesy of The Pioneer.  Thos. Summers  CiKare,   Tobacco,  Fruit  and  Confectionery. '  TOYP.NO rJI0*NS,   El &  South   Victoria   St.  Are YouThinking  of Buying a Typewriter?  -'*     * ���'     IP'so     buyv AN"   *-    -'-  tXU**'*.*'*  Largo assortment of- GO-CAB TS and BAEY  CARRIAGES^   Prices from"f5 *uo  Cranbrook   Co-Oprative  LlftllTED.  fernie Ledger:���The following  Inscription was noticed on a C. P.  il. box cxr that was in the local  yard-:���Th& wages of sin i���  death, but the wages of the C. p.  Ii. are worse."   v  Jim Eiirrows Jfeh'ocked out Wad-  ter Jtfhason in a homing' 'coziteit  kt Coleman. Jim may some' -diy  bjsh-on^ enough to knock out  the little bill' he owes at thi-  cTlco.- Green-."cod J bog*.   ���  BO   YEARS*  I^EFf'ENCE  "OLIVER"  *   '   -   ��� >    -    - ,   .    '  $125.   EASY  PAYMENTS.  F. J. Smyth,  Agent       -       .       Moyie  Trade Marks  .    Desigus  Oopvsiights &C.  Anyone ucndlnn a nkotrli nnd doscriptlonrnR*  Quickly asreruin our opinion ,"ree wfc"ther an  n*r,.,,t on , probibly r ��tciiU.blc CoSimuni/S  il?���n.Vrt.ric'^ ��'"0de',''"l. Hrmrlbook oa PatenS  Potpnts tukon tlirociri Mniiu & Co r��*ee'v-  jweiai notice, without cbarge. In the *"  cientific Hmtntm.  GENTLEMEN  If you want a stylish, up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect'our'.spring goods  befoio ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee  all  ������'���' Our Work.  Cleaning,       repairing and  pressing done,   * - ;'    * .  -  Prices Rig-iit.  C. A, FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, ' -'    ���     B. C  B, p. Steainiaundry  CRANBROOK. '  Give our work a  trial  and   leave  "     '      -'work with     ,   ' ���'   '  '_��� ,' c  A. B. Stewart,     Agent,  >   ���     ���*- i *c*  MOYIE, B.C.  ^^SS9l  ^^:-^l.  NOTICE  CKANBRQOK I.ANifa   niSTRICT, DISTRICT  OFSOUTiiEKN' D1VISIONJJA.ST KOOTJ5NAY.  TAKE notice ttU.t Hei.ry J. Cooper of Moyio  B. C, occupatloti, b'Ack.^nUh, intends to apply  for pcrmiasion to purchase the, following described land*.:- '   ' ' V V  :dr.    i b*1?!��Pr. tl?�� MttJ,cv'.IoyIe.I'iycr,  and. the   wcKf  ��..��.. ��-��--*- " *��� ���-������S/    ' bOUa^^^1^-i:' K' right ol >V:-.. lhci.ee  f UNK g Co.3SiB��"1^. New Yori  When you think of  Building, think   of  .*-      ",      "*    r  i  -HAtDER BRBS.  INTEESAflMAr  HOTEL.  1- **        - J /  -       .      ���   j 1  Thia hotel is naw under new  management, and is first class  in every respect.        B. E,  TAYLOR, Mgr.  -      - "v   '    ,     V,   !  Victoria Street. MOYJF.  MPYIE    H0TJEL  '   ^ : \P. F. JOBjySFOJV  T?11S,B^otel is New and ^��11 Furnished The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Pilled witt  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars;  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  ' -������     AND MINING MEK  MOTIK - _ _-._���_' _ BKiTISH COI.rKS!l  fta^am��aw��ri>^^^^y^g3Ba(>l>g>^^^iCapoc^ogfrg^^a��iy  ����@����������s����^��-s����������@^����^|  Commencing at a post planted on   tho   north  A hRndsomoly illustrated weettly..  Larwst'cl  eiilatlon of any scientific* lonnial..   Toraa $3  E��Yi'��21?r^0JlthBl t:U S��<��J>yaUnB^S*Sl5B      I , ,���   ���   ,    . . u ���-  "" " ** --        -���   3       wcfilW.chiJiia.tbcnce north 60 chains,   t.hejide  east 60. chains,  more qr lesR, to  Movie  River, i m-.        --m.it .     ���  Ihencp-cQUthward on west bank of river to C. r.    AllQ MOVie     GOD traCtOra  R.-rf*jh?-"of way.   then  weHt. boundary  oi'anUll    '*  " '-    ~A   ,   -���   7     1-A* -   ������    , -. .,.        * ��  ��� , rl(?r.tftfway topoiut   of commpnuonicut, con-    i " '9*nd ��� bUlld'6TS"''  Chamberlain s H-*llc' cholera ana  .-rvtr-���..JI...    r,.ly ��� ,,rv.     ,, .,. ^ .  ��� J talnlng 3C0 acre.*!, more or loss.  FI.KNKT.I. COOI'ER.  I.-at'.tO Jan; 20r!i. 30ft?..  JOAIX   AND   GET   ESTIMATES  BUV YOUR  frojj:  A B. Sjewari   & Co  ie Beep-!  i  'ftp?*  yon  Aa maJe by the present brewer is ndniiltt'dlv I  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Bent MflH11'11 |  e Purest Spring"Water it is unexcelled /or.'i'��llt*y'   (  f  ffev*:  Insist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  ��.:�����!  \vtl  w  i      ���    . " V.-   '    "j--.- _.-   ������/;���  DHAS. INDEBWIES, Mgr,  w  oyib.B'cJ [���/*;  !3tta!S33WS��a����

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