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^s-^'g'faripg^'Ggg^^^'rglgS^^ 'MB*WB^^g!l***afflig'^gSSSSBgr^i^^^jB'''■"ffl^^g^'SS^g^SgSFF^!^g!^^55???^  ", ! *:,,"""'"~" -- • " "—■j^T-ivT~r- V?  .  t;.  ,   i  ,: y.  I  !      t'  t , A  I  I  ,  I'I  !  !���!.  "Ef  'TWEEN  ���ftVC  Ji.sd lii*-* biis'ne-^s lo .illt-nri tn; -did  V uu (link he i-ould st ey heie nl-  i ways'"  ���      "Nn���unl,\   it's   -all   so   sail.   I can't  a n*l  sob-  Noyel bj Annie TfiompsoB.,  will  like  Get  mtle  "T will .iii ii.il 1 can: but. "when she  ���.���rii-.s i�� i,l:")'i,*zr)\y I shall see little of  l-.-r.     >'he will  have iimv friends, new  IllterCStS." ���  ".'.(inr* lii.it will displace you,  Kate      She i.s far too faithful."  Kate was s.ilent. ."-"tu1 sl ill stared  fivodly at tho gull, who suddenly  'lapped iiis wins'.,, dipped into the  .-.i-a. wheeled luzilv around in the nir  and si'iik'tl liunpclf on the rock once  mure, motionless ns before. Again  that giddy seething". ' swaying, swirling of I'm* enr(ii and tlio water made  itsel-   felt.'  ' bear to think  of his going away  j iicvur  coming  iieur   us   again,"  j bed J fury.  i      "Mary!   stop      crying:      you  I make >ourseh*   ill   if you  go   on  j this.  Think  of  something  else!  ! the tea ready."  "Mary  was  roused:   even   the  g<  Mary could be roused in time.  "You are most, unfeeling", Kate,"  she exclaimed with indignation.  "You never cared for hirn as I do.  Of course his going away is not at  all so hard for you as it is for me.  You  can't understand!"  "No, I can't understand," retorted  Kate, at her wit's end. "T should  have supposed it to be immaterial to  you who goes or who stays, so long  as you' have Mr. Wishart in the  neighborhood. Certainly there are  some, things quite outside my comprehension! As tea is within it, I  had better attend to that." She was.  almost beside herself. If she abated  her harshness in thc slightest degree  she would break down altogether���  ; a disaster not on any account ,to be  j risked." Therefore she left Mary:'poor  Mary,  who  felt so  sorely     in    ,need  therefore the thoughts out. of many  hearts are revealed  to tlu-m.  ���"Yet who am I, to say whether  tho joyful or the sorrowing aIC nobler? ("oil scuds to each, what is  right for each. Those who receive  joy, fulfdl their destiny as truly as  those to wdiom sorrow is appointed,  we.have to tread: leave it we must  not,  glorify  it we may!"  He ceased speaking. Mary felt  awed, almost frightened. Kate's  needle was still a't last; her hands  were idle; her work had slipped un-  II ere, before each of us, lies the pa tli  heeded to the door, and lay there at  her feet.  "So Jring  as  sho   i.-;   happy  1     shall        be   .sV.iisfWl."   .lohn   continued.   yb-V\ of~consoVatiom   '   " "     "���-'-        ]tfr   Ferris returning'presently  from  (.roubles may conn;, and 'then-Kate'  she must not have trouble. she i.s  "not'able to h,*ar ii : it must be kept  from her. If you mm* it near, you  will tell mc. I-( might, be able to  iieip lier m some way. You see, I  could' fio  rusiiy  come  hoinrV'  "oh, fjin't.* i*;i.-,iiy!" assented Kate.  , Her heart, was too sore for sarcasm.  She spoke us though his return to  Scot hind > in such circumstances  would lie tiie most natuv.a'l proceeding in the world, would be Hie most  el'icadous remedy imaginable for  trouble of any  kind.  "Voir can't think what a relief it  i.s to nie, io know that I have you  to depend  on' for  this." he sn id.  "I am glad," she answered.  "Perhaps 1 shall be able to do you  a pood turn, some dav. There is  nothing 1 con do for you now, is  there Kate?"  "Nothing.".'  "Well,  then,  I suppose I should be  moving on,   I have  to get    back    to  'town.   Thank  you  with all my heart,  Kate���with   all   my     heart.      Good-  1   nye.  He held out his hand to her. She  could not but take it; she was  compelled at last toa look away from  the gull, and  towards him:  Kclioyed  from  one anxiety,  lie was  the more free to'notice    her.'    Suffering was  evident  in  her face,   and ,he  could   never   look   on   suffering      unmoved,     iris recent'   experience     had  made him very pitiful, very     tenderhearted; _ it had    also .quickened   ���his  perceptions.   He  liked  tin's  girl���loved  her,   in a way:  after    Mary,    she  came be/ore  any  other  of her sex jn  his   estimation.   TTe   knew   that     she  must  be  aware  of    his     disappointment,   but he  had  not  intended      to  make  direct  illusion   to ' it.      'Now���  prompted   by   a   strong  impulse      to  give help if he could,  since help was  so  clearly needed,   he said���  "Are  you,' too,   in  trouble,   Kate?"  She  tried   hard   to   force  herself  to  say  "no." She could not.  "Yes,"  was  her answer,  "i   am   sorry,   dear,"   he   said,     so  kindly,   so   gently.      "It's      a     hard  world   for  some   of   us,     Kate,     and  .  we can  do  almost  nothing  to     help  each other over the rough places. But  sympathy does  i-ive -L little help,    a  little  encouragement,   doesn't it?"  She bent her  head.  "1 have yours.   T know Kate:     and  you have mine."  Kate tore her hands fiom his, and  fastened them about her throat. She  felt as though rising sobs would  strangle her. .She wanted to choke  them back, lest she should lose one  word  of what he  was  saying.  "Go on," she gasped, "you help  me. Say more, sav something more  for me to remember."  "What can 1 sa.\. dear?    Happiness  doesn't coine  to everyone,  and  those  who don't get it have just  to  make  the   best   of   their   lives   without     it.  V>'e can do  tl at.   can't  we?     We can  perhaps    give    all     the    better    aid  where   aid   is   needed,      because  know  what  it  is   to   wol  want,  haps   if   he had   been   satisfied,  should have grown  selfish."  "I  might,"   she  sit id,     "but  would   not.   Thank  you,   John,  have helped me.      Remember that"always you  have helped  some one    in  trouble.   You   ought  to  go:      I      am  not going  to   make jou  miss      your  train,  I have delayed you too    long.  Let me know, where  to  write,   and  I  will  tell you  everying about Mary."  "And  about yourself,"      he      said,  but she-left that question unanswer-  we  Per-  w��  you  you  to  him  Time was precious, he hud  &\'iy*j'her. Kate looked after  while he remained  in sight.  '-'And there," she said, "goes out  o'f ttty life the one man " j have  known who couo.d have helped me  to rise higher, to make a bettor  thing of life. I wouid have had con-  f'deuce in his judgment. , ifo would  have told ine nil 'my faults  and helped me to get rid of them.  And oil! I am not all sellif-h���I could  have he![ir>d hiin, too. At the least.I  would   have   bee*,   no   hindrance      to  him���no  hindrance "  l.imding tears were in her e.yes.  She brushed thorn impatiently away,  but the road, when she could see  it  again,   was   empty.  Mary was at tin* Manse door,wait-  ing  for  her  return.  '\ou have been away so     long; I  have wanted   yon   ao      much!"  sard.  "Why?"   asked   Kate,   sinking  the first  scat  she  could   find.  For answer, Mary burst out crying. Kate was nn her fec-t again in-  f,tantly, and had caught her cousin's  wrist  in  a.  tight gru^Ti.  "What are you crying for Mary?"  she demanded almost liercely.  "llecause���because���.lohn.   has  been  here."  "Well!"  "And   he   says���oh,   Kate,   he   sava  sho  into  coming  back  again  lie  is not  "Well*"  "That   means   that   we   shtin't  him  any  more."  "I .iujipo.se   it   does,"       said  aharply.   "Hut  vou  knew  see  Kate !  Gdenessle,- proved far more" sympathetic. Ue let her cry out" her grief  on his shoulder; he comforted her  by speaking confidently of John's  return to Scotland at some later  date; Mary had begun., to smile  again, by tho time tea was ready.' ���  Nevertheless, it was a gloomy meal.  Kate, in. one of her unapproachable  moods, sat stern and white at her  end of the table. At sight of her  face Mr. Ferris, who had been talka--  tive before,' became suddenly silent.  He found his eyeglasses very much  in need of polishing whenever , he  looked towards her, but his - efforts  did not..in any way improve the  dimness of vision he sought to remedy. . Mary encouraged ��� herself by  surreptitious' caressing' of the last-  received letter from Glasgow, until  the delicious sense of possesion ��� betrayed her into an involuntary smile  'just as Kate happened .to glance in  her direction���whereupon, ,she started guiltily, withdrawing1 her hand  from' her pocket in haste. They were  all relieved when Bella came to-  take away the scarcely-touched dishes.  Afterwards, Kate retired to her  usual seat at a distance "from the  others. In and out, back and forth,  .darted her .unresting needle. Not one  of tho many stitches made "was,, vis-'  Pole to her. Years afterwards she  found her work of that evening care-,  fully laid away in aa old box, ��� a  woollen sock, darned shapelessly, almost beyond possibility*"1 of' recbgni-  tion.  Mr. Ferris paced up and'down the  room for some time, glancing uneasily, now and, again, at the darner.  At length ho subsided into his own  chair by the window; whither Mary  followed him, for a confidential chat.  "Well, dear," said the old man,  "what did you do with yourself  this'morning?"  ''Part of the time T wrote, Uncle ;  end part of the time T made plan's."  "Mary made plaus!" he said,  touching her golden hair tenderly.  "They must have beeiiipretty plans ;  were they wise?"  ,"I don't know,." sighed    Mary���"I  don't suppose'so, since I made them.  But you see,  Uncle, I want so much  to improve myself now."  "Why now?"  "Oh, because of Gavin."  "Does he think you want improvement?" ���    '  "I daresay he does. Of course he  has not said so, yet; he has had so  little time to find out. I have told  him  not to  expect anything."  "Then .he will have a great many-  surprises. Ancl what are the plans,  Mary?"  "There are several of them. I made  up my mind to learti book-keeping :  that would be useful, wouldn't it ?  Then I thought 1 ought ito learn a  little cooking from Bella. And there  is a book about servants' duties,and  their wages, and how you engage  them; T found it in thc bookcase  here���I mean to read that carefully.  "But those are all plans for helping  myself, and I wanted specially to br  a help to Gavin. As lie is so clever, I  thought T had better begin with a.  little very solid reading: Every day,  you know-, for perhaps half an hour  at first���I daresay L should soon get  to an hour."  "But you belong to a reading society,- don't you?"  "I did, once; but you see, there  w-as a half-penny fine every time  you missed your half hour, and it  got to be too expensive for me. That  was long ago, more than a year,  I should think. I am jnuch more in  earnest now."  "What 'very solid' books are you  going to attack,   .Mary?"  "Well, Uncle, I am not sure whether to try J'rowning's poetry, or  Mendelssohn's Letters. I think it  had better be Mcndelsshon's Letters,  because Gavin is so fond of music."  "And when are these great schemes  to be carried out?"  "Oh, I meant to begin this afternoon���but John came." Mary's  voice grew sad: she put her head  down on her Uncle's shoulder. There  was silence in ihe room for a long  time.  At length the minister spoke. Mary  never knew whether he meant his  words for her, or'was talking to  himself as was sometimes: his habit.  "Darkness is creeping over us," he  said; "that means that light is  rising upon others. Ko it is nlwnys  in our lives, flain involves los.-s; when  happiness comes to ine, sorrow falls  elsewhere.  "Only 1 think v.re often estimate  altogether wrongly, the value of  gain and loss, happiness and sorrow,  darkness and light. For I have  known lives that are passed in darkness and struggle, grow far more  full of light than those passed in  peace and sunshine. I see  joyful hearts centre them  selves on the objects of their  joy and look no further: and T see  ���sorrowful hearts sl retell themselves  out to aid the sorrowing everywhere  ������a sword has pierced them  through  CHAPTER' VI.    ���  As John Cuyford traveled back to  town, the definite plan of action  which had seemed so hopelessly inconceivable in the morn ing, began  slowly to- shape itself before him.  Out of tho confusion in his mind,  one determination arose, powerful,  irresistible, bringing order with it:  at all hazards, at any cost, Mary's  happiness must be secured! So entirely essential did this appear, that  in view of it the idea of ��� violating  his oath to Alan became less' and  loss revolting, became familiar, became an accepted  necessity.  "Alan loved her," he argued,  "therefore he would have been ready  to make any sacrifice for her. 'Had  lie known the production of these  papers must involve her in ini.sery,  ���he. would have destroyed them without hesitation: if I can convince myself .that their, production will bring  more pain that 'profit���-I shall destroy them." '  ���Ile knew that the thought of Alary  so swayed him as almost to deprive  him of the capability to judge righteous - judgment. He .tried to put  away all recollection of her; to view  the matter solely as it affected the  interests of Alan, Mr. Anderson,  Richard Twiss. Over this last name,u  he   pondered   long. JLtichard's  rela  tionship to the accused mon surely  gave him a right to the .knowledge  of his brother's innocence How  deeply he had seemed to feel the disgrace attached to him by Alan's supposed misdemeanor!. John recalled  his own impulsive intention to lighten the weight of grief that seemed to  crush liichard, by naming the real  defaulter; he could not be sufficiently  thankful   that  he had  resisted     that  lis own belongings, he was di*nnn\c<l  to find various parcels, winch he had  iiird.*i-ial-e.'i (o transmit from, friends  ol his ia Mel bourne to friends of  tln-irs io i'lnsgow, and win oil he hod  until now completely forgotten, lie  unpacked 'them i'i haste, that they  might be despatched as speedily as  possible together with notes of apology for his very culpable negligence.  One of thern, larger than the rest,  required force to dislodge it from its  place. He lifted it out with difficulty, remembering that he hud found  it awkAvard to pack, and had  thought as he thought now, that  the kindly Scotchwoman who 'consigned this 'bulky parcel to his care,  was rather inconsiderate. It contained rare and valuable books, she  had told him; stray numbers of Beethoven's arrangements of Scotch  Songs. She picked them up at second-hand book stores, and wished  thetij to be convened to a nephew of  hers, who would appreciate the treasure. John looked for the address:  the parcel was directed to ('.uvin  Wishart. '    --  As he deciphered the iinnie, there  came to him a transitory glimpse of  th'e haunting recollection that had so  tantali?-.cd him. It vanished instantly,   yet   not   altogether.  "Pear of death," he kept repeating  to himself. "I'ear of death���-that,  was certainly part of it! ],hit where  on earth have I heard the words  lately? And how are they connected  with <��avin Wishart,?" Memory refused  to help him further.  ���,���   "...   ���   .v: r-it:cjj.]  '  ^  A  \��k  1j  ie  .alles  Tough  -fcpj  '**&*&&  :ier  and a'Westcrn Bronco's hide is  the toughest worn by  any a'nimal of his weight.   <  "Pinto Shell" Cordovan is tanned from his hide by.  the H.B.K.  Co., ��� by   their   own process, without  A  Ol  l���  or minerals.  Used onlv in H.B.K. mitts and gloves,  *- (i ��  Water, wind, boil, scorch and cold proof.  Never cracks or hardens, never tears or rips, alv/av3  soft and flexible.  .-.Wrr  ('LOST  IN   HOTELS.  Qneor    Tliin^.s    '1'Uat    Ati��riit miuoVd  <: :i��*:ila   b'uvKct   to   'VtlUt-   Ar.ny,  Every hotel in Now .Vorh, Ini.s a storeroom ior iii-rides loft J-ehind by guests.  It is one'of the iuiporiaii't dep.-.rlinent*-  of the, establidunoift aud often earns  the gratitude of travelers whose unfortunate habit - ot' t'oriretring ' leads  them to look for tlii.'if.'-'j tbfit are niiss-'  ing. In hotels a book is kept in which  are jotted down descriptions of articles forgotten. Whoii a hotel does a  large transient busina.-'s, it is frequently with difficulty that>lo>t articles are  arranged for identiiio.-.tioa.  The integrity of .serranrs must be  relied upon to a largo extent. The  chambermaid lakes 'ininiedinte  posse's-'  Sold h\- all dealers.   S'co this trade rnnrk  If youi'Uojili'i- bus not gut them, wito us and Mincl his namo.  Kvtiry pair br.uided "Pinto 3s.ii.eli"*1 Cordovan by  iidscm t'Bay Knitf ixig' Co,  80 St. Gocrro f.reet, "Montreal. r-  123 Prin^esn Streot, Winnipeg.  Miilccr-.of Warm C']'.|'iir.s, MiU��.G!ov.is, Underwear, Sox, Jfoccafiliis, etc.  IT'U'.St's  iie-  On  the other hand,- he remembered I S10n  ot  a   ru0U1   iy*)ou ���l,,L' -      ���  Alan's letter to his brother. There ! parturo. She picks up niiyrhhh: that  was an illusion' in it which he did j appears to have been deft iminteution-  nut understand, and on which the ' ally. A note describing the article nnd  papers in Alan's box relating to the ! giving the name of tin.* ;ri-e?l, the loom  sale of the Braehead Street property j number and the timo of departure ia  v, ould probably throw some light, j tnkeH io t,,0 '-ler,.; T,K. 1H.opej.lv. is  Ho waived the ��� consideration of "  1  - ,       ,,     ,   .   ,        .*-"aiu*Y     ,"    U1 I turned over to tbo housekeeper and by  Kiehard s claims until he should have i ,       .    ^,     ...    .���  , .    .    J  examined  these. . bef to,tbe    l��st    department.      , ,  Vs to Mr. Anderson: John figured  him as a kind-hearted employer, who  had been bitterly disappointed in thc  character of o(ne iu whom he had interested himself. Was it worth  while to purchase his gratification  at 1 lie cost of such disaster else-  uiicre? lie had possibly almost forgotten   the  matter.  And Alan? t'ertaiuly 'his main desire had been to have his mame  cleared   in   IMjiry's   eyes. He     had  said  distinctly that he cared nothing  for   the  opinion   of   others,   but   only  for   hers.        He  had   died  with   that  eager      appeal      on       his   lips   "Tell  Mary."       She, had   been   to'd:     poor  Alan!      she   could   scarcely   remember  his name!     What good could possibly  be done"to him   liy the public revelation,  of his   innocence  and  another's  guilt?    Xone.    And  that other would  suffer   social   damnation       And   Mary  ���John   realized' lier   nearness   again,  felt   the   pressure   of  her   hand   upon  his   arm,  saw   the   love-light  shining  in her eyes, heard her dear voice saying���"ily iove for ('avai,  is���is me.  It  lives, with   my   life,   it  is  my  life:  nothing can change it."     Oh, no, no,  no!     the papers must not be shewn:  at all hazards,  at any cost,    Mary's  happiness must  be decured.     He had  a  disagreeable  consciousness  nil    the  while,    that   these    same   argument *��  would  have had  no  weight whatever  with   him,  but for Lhe crushing   conviction     that       the   hope  of  winning  Mary for himself was at an end.  There was still an "Ef" in thc case  Wisliurt's fate v. us not >ot decided:  il v. ould uot be. decided', until 'his  present reputation had been more  clo.iely examined. For Mary's sake,  John was willing to adopt the opinion expressed by Corbett in his letter to Alan���Unit l'rcsslie hud intended no harm, had been in great  sua its for want of money, had yielded suddenly under stress of temptation: but had-no intention of permitting Mary's happiness to be placed where there w.is no j^riofl ground  for lii'liei" that it would bo secure Tfe  in I ended to make us thoroiiph an investigation of f'avir.'s character us  he pos.-Jbly could, wilh the means  and die time at his disposal He had  friends in C'la'-gow who could aid  hi.-ti in iin* matter: ladies who would  probably know Gavin socially, anrl  men who would certainly know his  .'landing amon?' men lie intended  lo npplv io these, without loss of  time; iheie "was indeed no time to  lose, :,inr c his der-h-Jon must be ar-  n'.i'il a I hefiH-'.' tho prospective interview *������. itli ilichard Twi<-s took place,  ('ii hi*. \\,i\ from Ih" ..slat ion to the  hold, he rei'i'i'd'd ii i.n.'-elf that there  w.i:'. sundrv r.- i'i r'llii'i: nt r-s which he  <���' l.reu.'lii \. .11, I,i:n from Mel-  I !*������ ������ ," ��� m.ls of hi^, imd  . I \ i*l opened I lie case  ���.:'. lie .ib-n tried to  !i"      of  something that  Said the clerk of one fashionable ho  tel: "I remember a singular c.fso of a  man who didn't respond at once to  the hall boy's call for an early train.  The result was that when he did get  up he bad to run. From the station  we got.a call on the telephone:  " 'Hurry to my room." lie shouted,  'and on the table you'l! lind a very valuable package. It's my eyes. Scud  them to the station.'  "Sure enough, we found two gl;i.t-s  ryes' on the dressing table hi a plush  case. One was for daily use and the  other for an'emergency. Gnosis often  forget their false teeth, but that was  the only case I over knew of a man  leaving his eyes." ��  Kings nnd pins are often found on  the washstand. Valuable pins are  found everywhere, the window curtains being a favorite depository.  Watches and revolvers bob out from  under pillows. Of course when the  owner's address is known and anything valuable Is left he Is notified  and the article sent to him. Tf not  called for in a few mouths, the forgotten article usually becomes the perquisite    of    employees.  Uh.-n a -vO'ing man proposes it is  i.p to tlie girl to lose 'her self-pos-  Si'^'sirm.  When Queen Victoria tif-.c'ini.-il M-  tin rule ���' only Slu(),000 a \.\u- w.i.  spoilt on education; now iVo on.ui.r.t  expended  is   $03,000.000.     '    ,  It is a diilicult tailc <to convince an  n.-iMi'i- that 'he is at his best on the  half shell.  If  a  man   doesn't     icpo.U   the  cute  hings his  baby says it's a true sign  he hasn't any baby.  It has been decided, by tne I',-n! .-,  ,*.o-. e;;nii!ent not to work tin- -.i.i'.  < oal mines' in the CampI.H- d:<.,tk'-  but to increase the taxation ".i.twi'ir  by  the colliery companies.  Pugilists   lead' u   sluggish  hiV  When they overtake a   horsethief  ini t        ;   in  ."vriy.on.i they call  a h.dt.   t lien for;     Wise is tho fool who knows  a lmlter. , -'to keen it  to himself.  f-i-smsfw*  Pa^e Metal Ornamental Pence  Handsome, durable ruid low-pricea. Specially Biihablc for front  iuxldivisionfcncesintoivnlots,cemeteries,orchards,etc .Rct-ills  for 25 CENTS PER RUNNING FOOT. JuiMitw-.it  thechoapc*1*! fr-nceyou can put-up. Write for full particulars.  Uso Paj^e Farm Fcnco and Poultry Netting.  0   The Tage "Wire Fence Co., Limited. WaJkerville, Ontario.  Montroal, P.O.., and St. John, N.B. -  *"  mJLM^-u * ��,��ff��<.J _ w ���  ROSS  ��. R.OSS, General Agents, WINNIPEG, MAN.  flvr-n    the    peaceful  '���noil;!liy   has  a brush  t'er.  ,  .ravel lor    occu-  u-iih   the   poi-  iji-'iii'  ,-   fer  bo'.ri  l.'li-t     lie   ll..(l  '���on I a in me    t  ��� .Ind      I.U.:  hovered just ^outside ri ir- moaful  giasp, yet refused to come within it.  Ho was conscious tli.it he hurl been  hutinted al! aftei noon b;s this sjiiu'  gnoot of a recollection���was it of  words, or of music, or both' It was  somethim; hn had heard quite recently. Iff tried to connect it with  the music that had been penormed  in tin; r-inpty chnri h the night before, but ne could not: it certaimy  had some lIo-,i* association with  v ords, .'lie; then, hud been no words  with that ni'iMf " Aj.;am and sie.un  lie w.is on i lie point of grasping it,  .M'l al.'.a\s it eluded him. It Has  nioio". nig (o be ,-o persistently haiu.l-j  ed 11) a fancy so v.iguo. When ho  rc.ii-l.ed   he;  room,   lie   O'-ised  open   thu!  A. ������Ttp" For  the  Wuiter.  "Everything all right, sir?" asked  the waiter.  The patron nodded, but still the  waiter hovered near.  "Steak cooked to suit you, sir?" he  asked again presently.  Again the patron nodded.  "Potatoes tho vray you like 'em,  sir?"  "Yes."  Another period of silence.  "I hope tho service is sutlsfactory,  sir."  "Are you bidding for a tip?" demanded the patron.*  "Well, sir, of course we get tips  sometimes, and I've got to go to the  kitchen for another party, so"���  "So you'd like a tip now, to be sure  of it?  Well, I'll give you one."  "Yes, sir."  "Uere is the tip: I have a large,  strident voice that I am capable of using. If anything is wrong, I'll let out  a roar you can hear in the kitchen. If  you don't hear it, you can know I am  dining in peace and comfort, for it's  no fun to -have to pass verbal judgment on every mouthful I cat."  "But the tip?"  "That's the tip, and a mightr good  one it is tqo.^   Uii��*a:i��Ior<-d   Aantrnlin.  Australia now ion tains more unexplored territory in proportion to itH size  than any other conlinont.   ISr'inHtone  For   Khcumatlnm.  The gypsies have an odd cure for  rheumatism. Thoy carry a good sized  piece of brimstone in the pocket and  warrant it to cure tho worst cases.  It"<*e  Sf (ifJijiur.  Rice shilling for roast chiclcen or turkey Is considered preferable to the usual breadcrumbs To prepi-ire il brown  one chopped onion in a labli-spoonful  of butter nnd mix with It four cnpfuls  of cold boiled rice and one cupful of  bivjidr-rtiuibs (h:t I havo been moistened  in ono cupful of mi!!:. Soas'ui willi  sage, piirsley or oilier sweet lierhf.. us  desired. .\dd half a pound of s.insure  ine,it or finely  chopped  salt  porl"  and  The   Kangaroo   is   a   lively   nnimtil.  ceii   *.-> hen   ho  is  on   his  last legs  Hun I*i   I n    ("liiim.  Next to colllns. the greatest m-i* fer.  lumber in  China Is In   building !units ���  and it is safe to say  that the number  of craft runs iulo the millions.  Uigurs should be entered in a  man's  expense  account  as   "losses   by   fire."  <%i&    BOOK  v!n    FREE  A public-spirited association, anximiH  to reliuve siclowss, will t>u Kind to .soml  Uynpopsm sufferers n.n Ph-i.t ruled honk  nxphiiuhifx tho cause of il>'Mfii*|,.siu anrl  pointing out a euro. It luu�� .brought toy  ��.nd health to thousnrid*;. It is uh*-oluto-  ly free. Write t-xltry. Uo not pnss by  Udi generous olti-r. , Address Auicricati  Health liiiprovc>moiit Association, P. O.  Box  531G,  Rostotv  Old   Cl��!iir*.s��*   llankuote.  One of the curiosities at the British  museum Is a Chinese banknote of tiie  fourteenth century, which was discovered in the rums of a statue of l'.ndillm  al Pol-dug. Taper money wa*- not intio ,  ducod Into Europe till the sovoiitc-'itli  century.      '   Tin."   Tea   r'littit.  In  India the tea plain is naturally a,  tree,   but   by   means   of   pnininj*   il V  kepi so small th.it it seems to be oi'lj  a bush.  Gri-oumlw   l'*<i��'   Divorce.  A Salem (.Mass.) man who sought n  divorce proved, according to a Rosion  paper, that bis wife tore the sign from  his store, put into his tea something  that made him vomit, threw his clothes  downstairs, iilloil hi*-' shoes with cold  water, put swill in his overcoat pocket,  threw water over him as he wont  downstairs, put popper in his bed.  made him sleep in an nf tic. wouldn't  do his washing wouldn't mend hi-*  clothes, made him darn his socks and  now buttons on his shirts, spat on his  toast when he wis gulling his breakfast, rocked in a .squeaky chair lor  hours at a time to annoy him. put  grease on his Sunday do!lies, wouldn't  let him have a lire on the coldest evenings r-;o that he often had to -.:o lo bed  at 7 j). in. to keep warm, and thin Ily  "she rubbed a bnl'-her knife over his  nock and threalcii'-d to blow out hia  brains."  i  lt:i!:l:iK   H    HIiic-IlMli.  Hofore hahmt' u ���mnTmh the creole  cooks pour over It :t .:nuoc made from  fresh or ciuned tonjuto* *������ in \s Inch garlic is chopped. It iv then baked until  the Mesh of ilit* (inn flakes, admitting  I he sauce.  Son in has the most hunchback.1-, ot  any country. In one small village fit  ;!k> foot of tlie Sierra Morenn there ������  one in every thirteen iniiubilnn:*-.  Franco, in (be neighborhood of tin  Loire, has a gro.it many people sutler*  11..lc from deformed shoulders. It lias  bci'ii reckoned iiml (lure are 1,000,.���<���'���.  hunchbacks in the world at nresent.    -  OrmiK,��*��i nnil Influenza.  Oraii--.es are i'**ed as a cure for i��  rlueiiy.u, c'spo'-'nlly in Florida. X<Vr  ev-ry fruit will purify the blood, par!.."  because of the soft v, aler, which tale.:  up more injurious mal'Tlal In the sys  ban than ban! water, and pnril;. 1"-  c.-iiise of its sail.**. Lemon is fai.io.n  for thin rem-on.  Ilni-i-.i*-   ut   n   Mnr<l<*�� <*r.  A remarkab'e story comes from M"1.  h"A\ I'hi'^l.'iiid. A man noticed a ln'.">'  circling continually round a lamb, ia?  ing it toward a fence ami linn liy (h".i*!  mg it through a hedge into a lleri.t'd  dike beyond at an exact spot �����.'''���'"  another lamb was drowned. The hi'"'  was di ���.-cried from its murderou*1 u**-  sign with groat dilliculty.  It is not only because of their great wearing qualities  that you are recommended to wear  pack on;  Cu*  ���Aitaif.  in addition    Halt and pepper to liibte.  Style, fit and finish are almost as important. Graniiv  Rubbers have a stylish, clean cut appearance all their  own, and are made in  all the different  shoe shapes.  "Crabby Rubbers wear liKe iron."  ;v':  '  i   X '  i������^U,,^'���t���^,  Vr <**���****' THE  MOYIE LEADER.
MOYIE,    B.    G.
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i    ""Maude's intended  is a  pJaiio dealer,", isn't   he ?"
"Yes, and she believes idm all that
his,instruments are."'
/•Grand,  1  suppose?"
V ''Vo.s,' and upright and square."
r-MTSSSRS.   C. 0.  RICHARDS & UO.
C'ents-VI have used your "MIXARO'S
, L/IjSJMENT in my family und also in
rny "stabh-H for years,  and consider it
'the'best medicine obtainable.
. , y •     '"' Yours   truly.
;,V   ,, ""y ALFRTCD   ROCIIAV.
-•"Proprietoi-   Rox"ton   Pond   Hotel   and
,» a "Slavery   Stables,
."/'VRoxtbn  1'ond- July"!. '01.
TRIALS 01
AN
LADY
Could Scarcely Walk, and   Sleep
and She Were Strangers,
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'    ^''j-rA't^-WcStininster  County1 Court.Lon-
";   ydpii.-Va' defendant  owing   £-47  offered
,'■>*' ''to-'piiy Jh  u  month.    As  it  would   be
-,' 'l980,sbefojo' the 'debt  could   be  paid
no oi fier n-a.. mao<*
at ,this rat'
Millard's Liniment is th-J tosi.
,>'*,•
A'A
-•A
;•<■-'-.'tryni
>-,hort, acquaintance
;  to make a touch.
is    always
Dr.   Aug-
Uilfil
% r\u
o
V.,1-
e   I',-,t!  .'
thi-^l..-.
(h'.rik'
1     •J,l!\,l!|r
- V'^Crlll'.\ ou are couching  tala
.'    hiiYxist Koenig's  llambui'g   I*.roast Tea.
" '   " "XrMu     '	
V'v^Tini'e.ys are innocent birds—-almost
'£''!*• n'ny  -•'•on-un can stud'them.
.''I--!'-"'', s • . '  '
tr ,7'rJ-' '•  ,■'
V'i'lifSo'iifl   boarding  house spring chick-
''J-r-'enslji'.i'o  bens  in     their re.-ond  child-
" yy hpoti.
' -.'' .'B,f-v-';_^'	
,'.   ."-^i'Beyyare of Ointments for Catarrh
, s l£r0$- That Contain Mercury,
r*-.. 'V     '   i.tr,t^~
'V^aslmeri-uj v  will  suiely  destroy   th" .sense
" "."'.-■'ol.i'o'.siii.'.'il " unci   .completely    dcrunue   the
V'-.}. r" whole'-system* when     eiitei-intf   it   through
'"'''*ii''tho',;i'rnu;ous  smfuces. Such  articles should
"   '■' A''neVerX hv    u-si-d   except   on     proscriptions
'    :.?a'trtJirili''rv)'UUt\ile   jihysiciiliiH,   as   the   ibun-
,";"J"<'aj?iiUi:*v   will  do  is  ten-fold   lo   Lhe  l:-"•«'
( -•*-'- *".iiybu'-tcli n     possibly   '   derive    lrom    them
r  ,'.'-,* naUV Catarrh Cure,  manufactured  by  F
'r*V ;'/J'.:-'v-jtJlif'ticy   H   Co.,   Toledo'.   O,   contains
- 'v*-,-VrrlQ^jj){;rcu,.yl  tiiuj  i.s  taken   internally, ixct-
i. -'.1'lng'-,*£hi-ectfy   upon   tho   blood   and   mucou.s
.,'Psurfucrs   of  thu system.   In   buynnr   llall'.-
,    , , u'f.'/Otttarili   Cure   Ije  sure  you   gel   the genu-
.  Vlnow-Mt   is   token  intenuillv.   anrl   made  in
'"   -   ,''Tolcd.o:,   O.   by  F.  .1.   Cheney   A   Co. T«*-<-
-'| timojiials   free.,
•   ,.?: • Sold ;bv   cli-UKgiats.    Price.  75c  per  bof-
j.itle.'-<*-'.r;-'
;. ''.rilaJra Fiinnly  Pills  are  the  best.
Wr      ,>»,-•> , _	
','   t     -       ."J"!*.-'
', ' "j! .Nature is supposed to djc infallible,
...-jyet^nt.'givq.s' the rooster a comb, but
T'C no""h'Sh-.
Kidney' Complaint Wa.9 tlie T rouble—
Dodd's Kidney Pills Cured it and now
She Can Both Sleep and "Walk.
Bear River, Digby Co., N.S., Jan.
ID.—(.Special)—Of peculi.tr interest to
aged people is the,statement made by
lira. Elizabeth Berry, of this place.
Mis. Berry is'sixty-.'Ke ."> «*;.ir.s of age,
ond for over,eight ye.ir.s she v as
troubled with Chronic Kidney Coin-
i'laijit. She was so bad that *-.he
lould scarcely witll-: from one room
ti< another, she could not sleep and
-he required assistance oven to <lres->
herself. Dodd's* Kidney '-"ills cured
her. _ Mere's what she says herself :
",\ friend advised mo to take
Dodd's Kidney Pills. 1 took one box,
but that not helping me 1 left on
taking any more for three years I
at Inst got so that 1 couid not. rlrc"-s
or undress myself and could scarcely,
sleep more than live mhi-.tes at a
time. Then 1 resolved to t'i'*e Do.Id s
Kidney Pills' a lhorough inn I. I
toolcfive boxes anri they prowl such
a success I took seven more boxes.
Now J can sleep much better, and am
completely' cured   of   Kidney   trouble.
"V.'h.'ii I sta'ited tit'-ing f ■odd's
Kidney Dills 1 couid only -walk fiom
one room to anoiljer \.r,- 1 can
walk ;t mile."     , 0
.    1).Kid's   Kidney   Pills   make  the   old
10,0! young again.
hlxiu'rience tenches a man how dishonest  other men  arc.
ward's Lfefaient Cures ?.aGrip?i
FEE C1N G   THE' A N i M A LS,
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1  U«.trV   Sumt-    V* Hi!    C£t£»Sive«   Aft    V"i'Ji«"Sl
ZZ.fuitti.tv   Ari'ivcN.
A.n animal ;s almost as demonstrative
when he is hungry as when he is Iu a
rage. They are both natural' feelings,
and he sees no reason for disguising
them. Human beings who are affected
in the same way as animals by hunger
pay tribute to civilization by not letting this appear. At nn animal show
in thia city the wild occupants ot the
cages get very wild when the hour
comes for them to be fed. A truck:
laden with meat and vegetables is
wheeled around. Long before ,it gebs to
their cages the lions act as if beside
themselves over the maddening prospect of food. The cages are very sum 11,
and yet a lion and lioness will often he
in one. They tear from one side to the
other, the lion jumping over the body
of the lioness rather than make a "longer trip around." Though they ought
to have learned that each will get a
share, they both plunge for the great
chunk df meat. Once they get it they
eat it with a .certain intensity, bat deliberation.
Tbe hyenas,' "bounders" of the nral-
mal realm, are horribly greedy aud
will steal from each other . every
chance they get. The apes, the "snobs"
of animal kind, aro rather fastidious, ir
greedy. The oslrich, large, robust bird
that it is, awaits its -food with muc-h
stolidity and when It gets its bead of
cabbage pecks at It in a most'-con-
tained, ladylike Tashion. The stoical
elephant is a placid eater also.
■:*       '"
FOR
'- \   4 IS ?J
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%*?zssG&xaAjc*3rraea *m.jt ai m iny ,'g*si.ru ju'/assas^geaMaBy-asacti-aaKPS^ygTi-;
ASK   fs-O£-""•:
WHEN YOU GROW WEAK AND YOUR
CHEEKS LOSE THEIR COLOR.
vi
Tbiu   .Means   Anaemia,  and   If  >«**il<-cr«*fl
1
Consumption    May    J*oIIo"w—"Dr.    Wil- !
)lams'  Pink   Pill*   the   Onlj    Cerl»in '
Cure.
■ Contract oir.
.pands   it.,
d >' sea so in 1 oa 1 i r v c v -
-E  BOOK
ATARRM
1 will -end my fi:io buoL
on (.'<i,<irrh to all .M-.flor-
soj irom tho disoa-o,   ft
L'xpl.ii.'.i tlio orii.'iri. rfarj-
{£&&&  ~-o--  nud   cure for   this
V£W-""!***,  crnicii'jr   us trouble , it
^"'-'^   ,»    f.i iy    illur-trntod   bj
ihu bti-t artists. A'ddr>-->s,
SproQ o,    ■"
*ZTT''tt&&   OP-.''--"1'1-'
^    ***    Don no St..
lio-t.'
'.* fbtio-trial of Mother Ci raves' Worm Kx.
' tei-minittor v. ill convince you that it hus
..no'. equal ns 11 worm medicine. buy a
'"-b"ottlo.1''ttnil see if it does  not please you.
' v''vr'"'< ', *■
a-man   e\er   convinces   his    wife
ia   a   genius   he   must   do   it
""during-'the courtship. ■
V* *:.£*>>'V
*"'i*that /he
l?,,Ov  , i
Mis'ar^s .tluiacni for .I&esiQsiissL
snee
for froDt
. Retails
iqtatw.it
•ticulara.
Intajio.
i
MAN.
t   l!*-0  fC
Ug   llO.'ll1. '
■ uiui.Ur
e.
2 liritish
e of tiie
s disi'Ov-
' l'.ndillm
not min) I
•I'liUY-ali
turally a „
inj- d is.
> be oi'l'
back3 ot
illage fit
there "
abiluntt
of t he
le fiufbr-
. It has
l.tXlU.c1'-'
esent.    ■
n.
.• for ii.
N(. .If
d, p.aili
ch tnli'.:
the sys
inly   1'^
l'.U.lOill
om M"1'
a ln-.v
nb, m?
•• {li"i*-t
llcrt.i'd
t u!i''K
ho h.'-"
•out) **<•'
'"*.«-,•:-'*..
'.^•"i-prt-enn't  tip  a   waiter enough
-inalic'-'him lose his balance.
to
V,s:,',Aboot -the only satisfactory stibsti-
-Vtut>e,',rf91' wisdom  is sih>ii"e.
s     Ti'ard '.ami   *.nfi   corns  cannot   wilhstunrl
- J-Iollp way's    f'orn      Uure:      it   is   effect mil
Vevery^tim.1     Cot   a bottle ut once mul  in*
," hapjiy.r-'       .
-. l-.y.L      '	
■',*•,,Among  tin- prizes given  to the-boys
attending   o   voluntary     school   in   n
. ,*Mid-C! lain organ   village   -eccntly   was
vbne^consisting of a  box  01" soap,     n
,'-*piece'ior /l.nmel and a  tow-l.
•An Ohio girl  recently sui.l a  lot of
old lo\e   letters  to  a raj
cents.    She s.iy.s  she
the ba.'t-ain'at that.
•ot
man  ior o
tlie  best  of
TUT: 1IKST PILLS —Mr.- 'Win ° Vnri-
cl.'rvor.i t. Svrhicv Crossinfr. Ont. un'.os
•'Wc ri.t\ e liet'ii usinix Parmelee's Piils anrl
find tliPin bv far thc best nills \s.c evi>r
uscrl " For cl«'lir-ate and debilitaiecl constitutions these mils act like a charm
'I'aki-n in small doses "'the c*fleet is lioih
a toiiic and n sthnuhint. miidlv excityn-
thc .scci-ctions of thS bod\'. jrivinc: tone
and  vigor. '
J"S1"*LA MllATOKY P.TTI':U"MATJSM;—Mr
S AcKcrman. commercial tra\cl!er, llelir-
vSUu, \-.i-iDos: "Some years aco 1 usi-rl
Dr. rhoi-.ias" Kcler-tric '()i! for tiificiiinii*-
tory t lioum > ti.sni.  anrl  three bot-Ue-is^lStct-
Speed of Racin)? Camels. ''
' The racing camel is verycaref ully bred
and valuable prizes are offered by a
racing society at Biskra'for the fleetest
racer, says Pearson's Magazine. I havo
seen the"start of a race, und it reminded me, In a faroEf" sort of way, of a
horse race. The camels were ail ar-
.ranged in line and they sniffed the air
In their anxiety to be off. A flay was
waved and they set off at a 'terrible
pace, as if. they were, only racing .for-a
short distance. They kept together
until they were almost out of sight
Then they seemed to settle down to
their habitual pace and the race proceeded' wrth long' Intervals between
the competitors.'-I'have'also seen tho
finish of a camel race, and it reminded
me of the first motor car* promenado ''
between London and'Brighton. The
camels'were certainly not so broken,
down and bedraggled, but they came
in at intervals "Of several hours and
great patience°was necessary to wateli
them arrive.      ■ '   .
»
ed a complete cure 1 was. it"he \vhotg*.
i.ne -mmi'ior uriablu Jo ''move wit'ho
crulciir'n, as.ri eveiy moveineut; caused^.!*?*:,
ecu tin tin/,' fiains. I am now"1 "on,i£25n the
road anil exposed to all kinds 01* weatliei
hot h.Ke never bec*i troubb'd with. 1 beu-
nuitis .sime 1, however Keen a hot Me
of Ui- Tnonia*,' Kc*!er*t ric Oil on ,b.!iu!..
and i 11lv.11*..--, iiH'onniieiid it to ollier.i. a.s
it   rliri   so   much   for   mr* "
Anaemia,  or poor or watery  blood
is   a   trouble   from  which   most  growing girls,   and  many young   bojs suf
Kr.    It comes at a ciitical  period  of
inc.   joung   person's, liie,     aiKl   miles--,
piompt  stejis  are  ta*ken  to enricn the
blood   and   thus   strengthen   the   s> s
tern,   decline,   and     most   likely   consumption will follow.      Dr.  Williams'
l'ink Jihlls  is  the  only  medicine that
acts  directly  upon the blood   and  the
nerves, promptly restoring the ail ine,
one to complete health ond strength
The  following  .statement    from    •■.In-i.
I cna  -M.  Ityan,     of     Welland,,    whose
daughter   was   a uctlm    01  anaemia,
gives    the    strongest    proo'.      of    the
\alut- of these pills     "Mrs.   Ryan says.
'" About  thiee years a-.'o     the health
of  my   daughter,   I'irdie,    became   s.i
imd   lhat   I   wu*.     seriously   alarmed
She   wa.s   pale   and   almost   bloodless,
hod   no   appetite,   lost   flesh   and   suffered  from severe  headivhos.    1   took
her   to   ■■>   doctor,   and   although    his
neatiiient    was    followed    for    some
time,  it did no!   benelit her.      1 then
tried  rome other remedies,   but tlie.-,o
al-o f.u'lcd. cui'l she had uastod away
1(9 a  mere shadow of  her former self
At   .his   Mage   I was  ad\"sed   to, Rive
he;-  Dr.   Williams' Pink  Pills,  and she
be.an this  treatment.      Almost  from
the outset these pills helped  her, an 1
.is  she continued  tht-ir  use',  the color
fame   back   to   her cheeks,   her  appe-,
tne   *mp;-'d\od.     the headaches  ceased
<o   trouble  her,  and   by ■ i_'ie   time  s,h •
had  taken eight  boxes she felt stronger   and    betlr-r   than   she   had'   ever
done before in  her life.      J  think  In-
Wilnanus'   Pink   Pills  are  unsuronsse'l
for  all   ailments     of    this  kind,   und
strongly  recommend     them   to   o\\v>
niothers."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills not nuk
cure all cases loVe the .ibow, i..i---
also cure nil other trouLil"* m-isiim
fiom poor blood or w-*ah m-ive*-.
.-tich as rheumatism, parf.a" pai.ily-
s.s.i St. Vitus' dance, indigestion
kidney and liver troubles, scrofula
and eruptions of the skin. etc. These
lulls are also a direct cure for the
ailments from v. Inch so many women
Puffer in silence. Give, the pills a
fa'r trial and they will not di'sap-
, oirit you. The genuine are sold
'•nly in boxes that have the full name
"Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People," on the, wrapper around ev-
fiy* box. Tf your dealer does not
iiauJ them,' send direct to the Dr.
Williams "Medicine Co., Brockville,
Ont., and the pills will tie sent post
paid at "»0 cents a box
ior 8:2,.■"".(>.    '
Qoiicious flavor.      Free from hulls.     Warranted Pura.
Put up in sl\ sized packages.
nag 1   1 iiw •ham, i amec
1 r
i Huso's
r"^ unganan
Eg i
S   I As now manufactured, the great Family Flour.
g   I      Insist on getting " OGSLVJE'S," as thoy are hettsr than tha bast.
t* i	
c*      " »i|| ITM WW'W'ft1 I'V IIHII  I     II    I IIIIIMIIIilil.il     II       ■ —^^^—«--»- ,»««.   li. ..        , -^.^ii nMrai. ...nn      HHjMWmin
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AnA,
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or sfx-Jioxes
AT  THE OTFIKR   V.XF*).
'<mm
• A'.,certain   naval     oflicer   was   \ery
ppinpotis     unci    conceited     when     on
diit;*y\    One   day ,when   he   uas   oilicer
•of.'the watch,  and  he could  not    as
- u'sual.   lind   anything   of   ennsequence
to; grumblo   about,   he   attempted   to
■ventMiis spite on one  of  ihe stokers
-Of. the  vessel,   who  was   in   the  online
rbom <m  iluty.
'..*J Going to-the speaking tube, the of-
->*ficer    \ellcd,   "Is     there  a   blithering
!ddiot at the end  of  this  tube ?"
'';7.'r,hb reply came quick and startling.
;7>'-''Nbt at  this end, sir !"
Jt^UJpWMIWliV^
Ch,*-.!'* lorlgiugs for the poor will bo
pi-o\i./,ecl in several buildings to be
elected in Vienna on the model of
the.ltowton houses in London.
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POSITIVELY CURES
Kheumaiism
Neuralgia
Backache
Headache
Feetache
All Bodily Aches
AND
"        A. Mystic  Volnme.
A good story is told of the Russian
police, who are very careful lest any
literature of' an atheistic character
shall fall into tbe hands of the peasants.
A peasant in the province of Mluslt
went, to a publisher's shop and asked
for a Bible.' Unwittingly the shopman
gave him an algebra primer.     - 1 ~~~ —
Oh opening the book when he'roacb, j    llu"J"f  1S nothing-    like  leather-not
ed home, the peasant was surprised to j °v<'» Lh*- l'"I"-r imitations.
find it full of mystic signs and hiero- | Kjnar(j', r !n|,R0.,f Vh^f F'-lr Rp«tnri=-«
glyphics.   The peasant showed  it to a j awa'a S ^«B"^«i -S Dot holr HeilQTK?.
policeman, who felt convinced that the j
signs were of an "extremely freethink;-
ing   character,"   and   bo   arrested   the
owner.
At the trial the peasant was discharged, and the policeman, instead of
being rewarded for his religious zeal,'
was reprimanded.
<^i/r
ELT
oved Electric
ot?^aL=vr  £"53.00.
The anefit Klectric Helt in'the, world in
what I offer you. My improved bolt is
bupeiior to any other made. It is not
dialled in corroding viuesrar. It irivea a
stronger current of electricity than ls
possible v.'itn any "vinegar belt." It is
gruaruntced for tlire.* yen.ni. One does for
eipbt persons. Jt 'cures Hhoutnatism,-
Weak Buck, Scrvausiiess, llyspepAia,
LosseM, liability und \'aricocle. * I am
prartically niviuj; this, splendid Belt away
on trial, as the price hats been put at
the lowest posMblo fi«:ure. &o mat it is
within tho enby reach of everybody. Our
prices are from S3, and there" if, nothing
at   all   to   pn.y  ,till   you   are  cured
We send, absolutely free, to -every per-
eon writintf us, our beautiful illustrated
"Medical Bnok and 'the best ICleetric Belt
on trial. We offer 1 better article at a
lower price than any other, nnd all writing- us receive immediate and ' skihul
treatment. In every ca*-e we undertake
we send a legal guarantee to cure you ■
or   refund   money
What we offer you is this : Our Medical treatise Free, together with our best
Belt, ,on fair trial Remember, our Bell
ls positively guaranteed to bo the strongest made, and it will cure you. Write
to-day. It costs nothing to try it. Address.
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STiPAT!0^
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PERMANENTLY
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BUY THE GENUINE—MANT'ODY
AiRRNIAjfG^VRVP"^
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V'ygORSCitE BYfltt0RU66ISTS. PRICE 50c.PER eOTTlt.      L
The Fiow of Milk
will be increased.
Why go to all the
trouble of keeping
cows and get only
W   about half thc ini Ik
 * they should pro-
J,
ICK'S
iood
Purifier
strengthens the digestion and invigorates the whole system bo that
the nutriment is all drawn from thc
food, It takes just the Esme trouble to care for a covr -when Bhe
gives three quarts as when che
gives a. pail. Dick's Blood Purifier
will psy bnck ita cost with gped
inte:test in a few weeks.
50 cents a package.
Looming, MIlea & Co., Areata,
Oil  of  ItattlennnkeH.
In Pennsylvania the oil of rattlesnakes is preserved most carefully as a
liniment especially good for sore joints
nnd for rheumatism. In procuring the
oil tho dead snake is nailed head and
tail to a board and cut open. The fat
is taken out and laid upon n cloth in
tbe hot sun, from which the tiltercd oil'
drips into a jar. From fear that ihe
reptile may have bitten itself the clear
oil is tested by dropping a portion of It
into milk. If it floats in one globule, it
is regarded as unaffected; if, on tbe
other handvit breaks into beads and
curdles tbe milk, it is judged to he poisonous and thrown away.
j-*.'o inun is great oinnip-h. wise
cnouprh or good enough to be trusted
with   unlimited   flower.
Fever and Ague and Bilious "Ocrting,*-
ments ure i>ositi\e!v cured bv the use of
Pannehe's PUN They not onlv cleanse
the stomach and bowels from nil bilious
mutter, but they open the excretory vessels causing them to pour copious e;hi-
Pions from the blood into the bowels. i,r-
tor which the corrupted mass is. thrown
out hy the natural passage of the boih-
They are used as n sreneral family medicine   with   the best   results.
  USE EOOY?S   ■   -
~ H53FES3VIOUS SHEATK638G   ■
THE SE3T BUILDBNG PAPER MADE.
It is very much utrons-er ami thiclrcr thon any other (tarred or build.lna-1
paper. * Tt Is Impervious to -wind, lcuejis out cold, lrVepi In bent, carries no amell
or odor, absorbs no-moisture, Impart* no taotc 01 Havor to anytliing with'
•trhich it comes ln contact. It is largely use.* not only for sheeting houses, 1m%
for lining, cold storage buildings, refi'I«<*rators, rlalVlt-H, crpiimerlon, and »11
places iTliere tho object Js to keep an eTen and uniform teinporature, and ot
tha game time avoiUlnir dampiioas.
Writ* our Ag«nts, TKES & riCKSSJ***, Winnipeg,  for samplos.
THE  E=.  IS.  EDDY OO.,  Limited,  ^-{K_»S_S_.
The   quickest   way  to   do   things  is
to do only one thing at »  time.
He Knetr Sonie Costly Oacn.
In order to discourage the use of objectionable words, says the Chicago
Post, the father bad evolved a system
of fines, somewhat after,this fashion:
I Tang- it, 1 cent.
Darn it, 2 cents.
(iosh, 3 cents.
Gosh darn it, 5 cents.
The boy who was to be reformed by
this moUiod studied the tariff with considerable interest, but it was some timo
before he spoke.
""Well," he said at Inst, "I guess I
know some words that would cost a
quarter!"
To Clenni "Nickel CIocIcb.
Cheap nickel clocks that have proved
their convenience through much popular uso play tricks with their timekeeping occasionally for want of cleaning.
This fault may be quickly remedied
with naphtha. The backs should bo
unscrewed and the works taken ont
and immersed in tbe fluid, a treatment
that will speedily restore their service
unless some more radical defect than
dust is the trouble.
Mennnc*..*) of Brown.
Green—Brown told an acquaintance
of mine that he could have beat cuy
time and married you himself if he had.
wanted to.
Mrs. Green—Tbe idea! I wonder why
he didn't do it, then?
Green—Oh, I can readily understand
why he didn't He had a grudge
against me.
flonkey with
a Cough.
Just a little tickling: coug"h
may not suggest any trouble
but it is often the fore-runner
of very serious lung- disease.
Gray's Syrup of Red Spruce Gum
soothes and heals the irritated membrane and the
cough passes away. Gray's
Syrup of Red Spruce Gum
is a carefully compounded
preparation and is a specific
remedy for all throatand lung-
affections.   25 cents a bottle.
One bottle will demonstrate its virtue.
's Syrup
of
STOCK     FfOOO„
pruce nom
At Goihonherg. Sweden, there is an
nrl hicinl system of undo, ground water infiltration by which iiupuro surface water is made suitable for domestic list*. Gothenburg bus hercto-
foi f been famous for its liquor system,   but   now   it   has   doub'o   honors.
engage*
llcr   Idea   of   It.
"Do   you   believe   ln   short
ments?"   V
"Yes. indeed, and lots of theml"—Detroit Free Press.
A Veterinary Conditioner.
PL-! OF.   SHAW'S   OL'INION".
Hear";   what    Professor     Show, | ioimcrlj
of   Lti3      Ontiuio      Airriculi/iirul '   Colkyre,
t.ueiph.   Ont.   and   now   Kclitor  of  the St
Paul   F.iniHT.      .says   of     Cnrnefac   Siock
L'ociil .
St.    Paul,   "Mum.,   Dec.   10,   I9(j*i."
Tnis is to certify thdt the lniri-eilieiits
used by Mr. W U. PoukI-i-s, *-Yinnipee,
111 the 'mnitufaclure of his C'nrnefiic Stock
Food has been submitted to me for my
opinion toaordinir their \ulue. 1 nuiy b.u
with reference to them that I am satis-
i.ed 1 hey aie all healthful. If properly
blended" they should make « splendid
ton.c for live stock, more especially
when the digestion is not 111 the proper
Older They will act as nn appetizer
and will also tend to stimulate ihe digestion so that when fob to animals not
111 'rood condition of thrift the result
would be to auir-k'y improve their condition 1 would sup]..)s(. t!i'\t thi* mod
. 0 :Irl ho especinl'v helpful i*i u-i'lncj
1*111 s.-, in |.i e.i.n nit; I l*..*;i- for spi ,nur W.'..
i.iid hi putriii-r ii. torn* the -ioiu.i.' of
• "i* * 1 -• sheep and s>\ine 'l.'.l ti'ive bee 1
pushed 1 oo li.wrl i>i ft'^dinc" It sh-ju! '•
nisi) .■endr-i- iroorl sfnuo v.-beii r'.'rl '<*
n'l'i"! tbnt are nr.t prrispiTin'r beeri'i-eo'
'iiilijestum Tlld".! \S  Sil VU"
Von   '-an   obtain   it   from   vniir  denh"
LUCINA CIGARS
i^s^.^csiPS^aLr^'T
G>s=:o.
m vxiTFACTUiirn r.v
F=-.     g3F«'V<a>.IV5
&.   <oo.
THE HALYCON B
^^.r*ro-uv    L,ai«e,      i3.C5.
DISEASE
DRUNKENNESS   A
rind  mid be  cnr*)d i>t
THE KEELEY   1HSTBTUTE
1SS Osborne St., WinDtr«X      Eitcblithed Hit:
0"T«r JJM.OOO oor'*n.   Don't   bo  dfcoived   If yoi
Witit n  cure     Tklc»   Tim  K«>»»l*-y
ar* trsatod bj   a  qn.-liftod   phy^lclau
pondonco strlotly prl-rRlo
wher«   ye-,
Corr»n
These   miraculous   springs,
"Minister  to   a mind  diseased.
Pluck  from  the memory  a  rooted  sorrow.
"Ua/e     out    tlie     written    troubles   of   the
broin.
Ami   with  sweet   oblivious  antidotes
Cleanse   the   s'tufled   bosom   of   those   perilous   stutl*<
Which   v\eh;b   heavily   upon   Kidney,   Liver
and   Str.much
Therefore,   all   ye   who   suffer—Give   physic   to   the    doirs.   have     none   of   it,   but
come  and   ho cured  at
Tlie Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitariam, B.C
TERMS—?15   to   $18   per   week.
COW BUTTER
WANXKD—I'"re h. wo 1 made.    Ai-" eKfj- of th
j ear  A.l)   !i*0*.    I! none now,   t i ke ;i   dr".--. and
-.hip later.      \v"0  -.hi,,  [jr, ;,1   fiozen, so tho it
cuts anrl eats hire i,ew made.
Winnipeg Go-Opcrative Cocicty.
Tho  Bakery.   Cor.  Elgin  and  Nena  St.,
V* innipcg.   ("orrcsj.oiidence Solicited.
11
2*3.
METCALFE   &
In-
order
little
to  en;oy
niiserabli
lite  .1   limn   must
■   oc'-'.isioiuiliy
Sl.l .'.111
REDUCES
EXPENSE
$5,000 Reward ^VrSSerl
Limited, Toronto, to any person who |
can prove that this soap contains 1
any form of adulteration whatsoever, j
or   contains any   injurious chemicals. 1
A»lc for the Octagon Bar. »ij
So rapirllv rloes luiiir n i it .1*1011
j'l.rl dcepe:*. thai ollen m .1 lew .»i.cks 11
Minple coim'h culmm.iles m tubei i .l'.u
consumption One       lieed    lo    a    ioi.»n
Ihei-* is uhr.ivs dniiiii'i ui de!.i\ uel .'
bottle of lilr kle 4 Ant i-l'o!isiiiniil 11,11 S\-
111,1 mill cure Voinsclf ll is a inciiu iii>*
misiii p.isserl for nil throat .mil lime
troubles It is compuiiudi d fioi.i -.i'mmii'
herbs each one ,u' w bn h stiuirls nt I tie
I o.ul ot the list us t'\e! i in.; 11 wontlerliil
intl'.ieni e n- cm nit' consunii'i ion i-i'tl in!
lii'iir, di.seiise.i.
An     old   bnchelor   reeoiniii;ends   the
old cure for feminino heart/troubles.
Grab; and Onmsn'ssSon  fcle.j'char.ts.
Highest firice« paid for wheat, oats,
l-(irle\ or ifax in cur lots Wire or writt)
me for prices before se'lii.sr Liberal
nd\ anci'.', made on consitrnment.s ant)
hand'eil on ••oiinnis.sion Lir eased and
homi.-r1
P.  O    Box.   550.  WinnlpPK.  M"an.
Thrisp   who   oer.in   by   ti\m<j,   to   de-
i,-i\ e   oilvrs   0111I   h\    dor-oiiin^   tl'oiii-
■l-Kos
\ non
1   liniii   own1-
oi hi s   i c   i.s   111   ;t   i>r
10   f'-st 1 \ !•   *! nth
>.^it
nlll-
mil
suit    ol
10   iru\
l.'fe.iuov    Sin'.—''.isniiVi tn 11!— 1*. .slrui.i:-
v   1 ci'nmincnd. d   bv   ibr*   iiii"'ii.i'   "ro'css.on
«   ,1    s,i 1, inni. ,|    llL ;. 1 ri — I        i'i.""i 1 ion -.      d's
11* 1".
A       hWoll    oll.i.r       is
inis'lit  of .-I  man's  hat.
ii.pl.   t.o   tiiaUi,*   a
rt^jr,    r^.    KJ.    ***> o.   to. 1 2.
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BKB^A"X(?r*^^ KJi*Tr jX^LSS  b*u *   �� *���"���  -���-��"--'- iii'w��MMKi���wi��g*jm���������  Tl MOYIE LEADER, Immense  OPPORTUNITY  T'.ihlishod in the interest of the people  of Movie and East Kootenay.  I. O. C. F.  ||||^|yp    VTlULoy JOodff.  No  sr. i. svir-xn s? co���  -    rujlStrher-..  j.at��3 o? sTji5Srjr.jr'rio:i.  *"5ae Tear   .,T2.on  SATURDAY   FEB.    7,    2903.  For Get'.in3 .. 2'tautilal Watch and  Chain Free.���>ro Money I?equhed  Every Man, Woman, Boy or Girl  has tho Samo Opportunity   under  our (System,.  In order (o have Dr. Arnold's English Toxin Pills nhi-*cd in Lhe hand-*: oi  ail persons suffering from bad lu-.^ith  wo ma he fh*-> folio "*���,*; ivr raost li'^pro!  oifer---  "it :-ou Aviil send r.d your nuute and  acidio"*' and agree to sell for us Ivcl.--"*  boxes of Dr. Arnold's English Toxin  Pillo at 25c. per box, we will give  you  ABSOLUTELY J?HEE X UEAUTJPUL WATCH  A.-ii) Ciiais in either .Ladies  or  Gents  _ -*ize, or \our choice   of  twenty  other  now  being] premiums such as a fine set of JeT-vel-  celebratcd  in   many   places   on   thin, rv*,   Kings,   Violins,   Mandolin.**,  Tea  Sets, Sateen skirts, cameras, etc.    lie-  fhe late Right Hot?. W. E. Gtadalos'a  <0"?ce said: "Notliiny e>oept t'rs n:-.t  %an ft-ake money witno'ji a-dvcrliGirs'-i.*'  Yhis is wliy Gladstone is rsmtmbefrii  ���As the Grand 0!d Man  Meets every Monday cve'ning in  hail  on  Victoiia street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A. D. Dj.-ujoiond,  .Noble Grand.  The people of   Moyie   can   cut  iSa  Whether the mines run or uot,  Harvey    &   McOarter,  FOET Sl'EELK.B.U  Har-.ey, """JcCarter i' I'lukiiam,  REVEhSTOKE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  P. D. Ho**::,  - Secr'y.  "e��SS&  Chinese ]STew   Year   ia  'earth���but not in Moyie.  Cranbrook Herald : In prohibiting  Lowery's Claim transmission through  the mails it may be inferred that ,the  postal authorities are .afraid of the  naked truth. Lowery should put pa-  ���jacnas on his ideas.  ���.���^jm^Pm���ii ��� iini-M i **  F. E, Siiiipsou, of the Herald, and  the ministers of Cranbrook are at outs.  Simpson claims to be a reformer; so  do tbe ministers, , But the trouble  soems.to" be that they cannot agree on  the samo, limes of action. It might be  well for them to submit their differences to a board of arbitration.  l^Mre.igfwutt^jarjiudmewti  New Denver Ledge: An o^onagram'  from Saudoh states that tbe parson's  dog, which leafs around the Paystre&k  print works in Sandon, lias got appendicitis or "something similar. In lieu  of liver he swallowed a copy of Lowery's Claim for breakfast, without  knowing that its passage through the  mail was prohibited.  The price ol lead is not rising as  rapidly as most people would like to  see, but it is, nevertheless, holding its  own. With tlie surplus in tbe United  Stales exhausted, aud the consumption both' id ' tbe United States and  , Canada inbr easing, c. uloady advance  is looked for and in all probability it  will roach the ��12 mark witbifi four or  five months.  *xr��sx"iir?3  Ko matter how rich a man ia he  can only'sleep in one bed at a lime,  only wear one suit of clothes and only  can eat three times a dav. John D.  .Rockefeller's menu is skimmed milk,  barley water nnd stale bread. Aud  t.he richest man in the world dofes not  dare get away from this bill of fare���a  ,bill of fare that the jailer would not  dare give his prisoner, a bill of fare  that tlie humblest laboring man  .avouM Gcqrn to look at. Eichard III  .offered Iv.?, kingdom for a hors-e. The  Standard Cil I'Av.g Las hu-rr-ea .i.pienly,  but he in ready ��� ���*��� give a' minion, yes,  all that.he has., for #.stomach.    ....  .member we dokt want any'moi.isy  until after you sell the pills and you,  don't have to sell any more than 12  boxes to get the premiums. This is  a bona fide offer from a realiable concern that has given thousands of dol-  lars worth of premiums to agents all  over the country. 'Remember also  that Br. Arnold's English Toxin Pills  area well known remedy for all diseases of tbe kidney and bladder,  Bright's disease)'diabetes, ibeumatism,  nervous troubles, and female complaints, and are for sale by all first  class -druggists and dealers in medicines in all parte of the world. .You  have only to show them to sell them.  You are not offering the people 'something they don't know." Our'��watches'  are the'.regular standard size for Ladies  or Gentlemen in nickel or Gun Metal  Cases with handsome -illuminated  dials and reliable time keepers, watches such as no lady or gentleman  need be ashamed to carry, and they  will be- sent absolutely Free to all who  sell only twelve boxes .of those" wonderful To:':in Pills. Write afc once  and be the first in your locality to  earn one of thos's beaiiliful watches  and chain. As soon as we receive  your letter or post card we will. semi  you post paid twelve boxes, together  with our illustrated Catalogue and  beautifully colored1 card with your  name and address oh .as our authorized agent. Bear in mind that you  will not be asked . to sell any more  tha'n the 12 bozes and we bou'T "vrAVr  AiiV'i'iONEY until after .3'ou have sold  them. ' We boar all, the expense and  are only making this liberal offer as a:  method o! advertising ��� J)r. Arnold's  English Toxin, Pills. Don't delay,  write at once and earn a beautiful  present for yourself for Christmas.  AdOresn Ali*XoL"D MEmoiNE CO.,  Devi. 121.   50 Adelaide St. Ecstj Toronto, Out.  W. F, (HJKD,  BARBISTEK, SO"LIClTOK, ETC  CRANBROOK,' " B. C  lewis Thomson;  , Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission   and  ,.   Insurance Agent.  Moyie,  B, IC  ���amy d-aii-a rtmm^itt-m  rainwiju.i iniiji*cn  t��^tj���j,,a.*r���jjcjjt'  -If  ���sv.,_ ^,rt ���?:*.���,  .n.-, ���*-'..  VEAMOn, S. c.  hoarding and Day School   co'nduct-  Yd by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  \i.   C.      Commercial    and    business  c-jitrses a specially t    Excellence  and  -.it progreMZ   c!j.iracteai:;e  e  , iiifn:.  .".'isr'-'"*,.-'   fibo'i'.h!.   ���"vrV  Cue i.ior:',!;   a-*.:.��� ruf  hi*   i !-.n >. i'.i.i^,        . .  -,,      ���-..'...i.-- ...    ������  . V,   .* t , i'i  uhjuMi'd   V: V,   I: :..',.  i   de  *   lor  ���     fi.'C  Tie llisfi II Sfrino  . SaMtarimli...  iHROW   LAKE,  I.   C.  Tlie Most Complete  Healtfi    Pieho'vt   on J  the    Continent    "6f  North Arsierica,  Its BATHS Cure all   Nervous   antl  "Mutcnlar Disen-^ea. .  Its WATERS    Heal   all* Kidney,  Liver and Stomach Ailments.  They  are a ^S'cverfuiling-   Remedy  for ail Riicumatic Troubled.  TJ2RMS������.TIC to 918 -per week,   according lo residence! in Hotel or Villas.  .       . ' ,       ,.  t     . '  t   -r- **>r***-P  t&i\V'M-M'c}^,y F^PfinJENOC  j~u*��s��r-ii\ifT* ir* ������^���j*.*��in."��  * .-rt   *. -o -��a  George H. Thompson,  �����  , BARRtSTKR, SoTjICITOR,   No  tary Public, t��c.  Solicitor for the Imperial,  Bank of Canada,  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia.  MOYXJS'S tEA^rlNQ UOTEL.  '  The best cf  accommodalions  for the traveling'ptiblic.  P. 3. McMahon, Mgr.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO ' TO  xj e   Sin    S   WW, a tea  MBROHANT   TAILOR  i*ine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trottserp,   Imported  MOYIE,  Goods.  NEtSON  ���FOll^-  HEA^ir TEAMlM  "��� ALSO-**  *  . -       - ��� .     ��� %  ,  Baggace,    Express   and    Oeseraj ���  a  '     't>ELrV'13KY.5  .    ��� ' jflEOYTB.  EAST KOOTENAY ^BOTTLING   CO  CRANBROOK, Br G.  Areata' W^tenTM "all  Orders Solicited.  Soda Tv^ater  nud. Jsypiiens.  ttTgweua  0. F. DEdAULNJER  *ri \jj b"  -3  c.  111  U'.'ni* ,iii'.i.li"li r.r\i rio-'-'riPtlo'i m.i?  ii no^L'i.ntlo'i  '���.'ri-rinitl r.ic r-pimou l'ruo -1 liell>-.." h~  .iivi'iiti.irl f. iiroti.-VljJx p-itPutuiilL*. Oornmiuiifv.  t.r)r.ictriri]5'frir.tlilc*:fli!l. Hrui'llilViiCOll I'f.fcr.'H  ���,. :ir, fr< .-;. U!(h-L<t ci.'o:.r;y tor Hrsr.iiciii1/ piitcT!t!J.  f-.ilr>.(.< l.ikrMi tbruiiKli Muiiu A Co. ret'Clvt  W'.-i-j':! niiliic, '���ntlirlut CUaruo, in tins.       '  ALrnirlKonicIy iHy-tmierl vctkly. I,rtrr��c6t clr.  rjiiljtunn ot any iSr'lfintLtJb JouruAl. Tcrmii, t-o ti  yr>:i! ��� four ��ontbi, tL  Stf d by all no"vsrJeu]ciT.  MM S CQ.36tBr6iS-New Yorl��'  *-***-^^v^.    ^#V\  Do You Want to Make a Dollar? If so  Sme  Stock a Safe Investment at 15 Gents,  o a '  ' V ',. ' '  The first 200,000 of tbeae ahares-have already been subscribed, and shares are now selling at 15   cent  on calls of 2-}- cents per montli, according to tbo term$ of tbe prospectus, and tha-itii 100,000 are tojbe  sold  \ at 20 cents, tlie 5tb at 25 cents on' the same terms.  CAPITALISATION, TWO MILLION DOLLARS.  1,000,000 Shares*  Par Value $1 Each.  Resources':'   GOLD, COAL   COrPElt, SILVEIt, AND TOWjFTSITJS OF GARTRELL.  For further iniohnation apply to tlie '   ��� ^  i L '  Official Brokers of the Asknoia Srdeiter Limited;  n  PONT0jSt & MURRAY, Tohonto, Ont  A. W MOORE & CO., Victoria;  B.  G.  C. a. DOUGLAS ik, CO. Vancouver, "  W. JT.'ilcGASKOiir, Morri&bur&b.Oht  J I. sl. CAMJ3RON, Winnipeg, Man.  R. J. STEEL, 2TELSOX, B. O.  .or  BEALE, HUTCitlSOX &  ELWELL,  Moyie, B. C.  *     Head Office of the -Company; iiooiii ,{AM E^W^G Block, Nelfiofy B. d  602)E ADUKESS; "   ASEKtXLA,"-NELSON; B. C. Code'j Moreing & Wetii. P;   0. BOX ?14..   TEL. KO, 7^.  ^-^*i'*;  .���jfZflcr ���  iyHntryr  -*  72x^Y&Y��Y2xYtW��m&  '4  I  f*\^  'HiijiiK'  -**i  CHAS.  P.  CAMPBELL,  tfndeH&slieT  and  EmDalmet.  Coffins", Caskets, Shrouda of ail s��es  and styles constantly kept in stock.  Office oyer Imperial Bank of Canada. Telegraph and mail orders receive prompt attention. Open night  and day.    Phone 4-3.  Crahbgopli,  B. G.  im  JsTfi30E&srAJ3yy,Rii2$T&itfiii]lo;cO.  a '  er beer, roner an  * Always M M  mm  o  Mrs. W. A. Prest;  Ct-tiub?oo!c  r.foyit  Photographer,  "FortStoelo.  duality noteixelled iri the country.  bo 'convinced.  Try,!!' aii^  -^^.���**t^$r*jV&9.-5:35**>'6��.^&6^  'i& 1"     -'   J���*-' '"      *"���'  fi) "EB C2T ^^Si. ^!*r-"SF" "W TSr"��fl "vy^r ���srt*. as*?"��a sanai -vr  ^ H* JM    M    -ft    ��  H     H     ffl, M .       .TtY   *ff    ^7-^ WTk H TT~*   >��  I rft  ;(fl  %immm. jfinerKaii.  PROMPT DELfVEliy.  Q,uGens? -.'Ave.  'MOYIE  ���mmmmmmmwibw iiT>fiirAi  and   Oi-aoiTa,. .���������  ���Taken oir       ,'!  -Sveryfh-irj.^-.' ;.;  an the Printing  iaine al- the '  aftJMMfU'iri i^.%*i-rr*^.^'*-'*M*����>iit.-MtiM i^inrniH.mfin if-i f^,^^. ����� i��,, rwj  , XO'JI'ICK.    ,  bunricc Fractional .Mineral -akliiii- situate lu  (tie.Fort Steele niinir..? division of "East Koote*  ! nAy District.   * '.: '"*������.'-'. '���: ': " ' ��� ���'  j     Whero locf.tcfi:--Oh ,Scllivf.n hljl.' "   ���' !  j    takr;*iodcc'th'it'j?''Thoi\iy31cVhtiiJ; F. Mi  | C,. --,-;���.'. B Z02ZC,, Egeut.fr.r'-ciiks-.'C.-I-'a'rrcli; Freo  j isr.!'*:ei*,'o-.Cerltifli3clo',No;-;li"V8C70i' l^t'e'hd sixty  j -'ii-.yi iromtby rlato fccrocf) lo ai)"tily,'fo',''tli.6 31 In*  ; iiV-Raicrdor^cr tCertlfiOiUc; ofii.vprov'ifncnti!;  far :*;c.v;uriio;":o,cf cfcts-irjcs.a Uwr/HuGrcj-it of  tlis'-t-bovoclKini,  "      . "'. ������ .-���",.'.  ./.Aud ]"i:rf.lmr izA.o lAjUCiyAAA' AcVlA::.  unrler  KtstiOn ill, must-lib '."/-���'niiiioi:coiI"hef<Jh! tlio ii:su-  a;:ce t>f avich Oart.iiibf.tr; of IraproTcmowtc.  DcAna tli13 2::iicl duv of AiiRi-jit, JG02." ' .  OiUH. ||'. I'AJ'RlVn,   ���  - ������"��� -     1'cr TJ.lOo. T. iI.oVlT.nii, Agent,  E   0  ���0>  ..t L  T2 ** i?  F. JOJHYSZOM  T  'I  f  ' �����  ��*���.  ';% Itid Hotel is Few and well FurniiuecL   The j  Tables are Supplied with the Best the $  Market affords. ^ho Bar is Filler, with |  tlie Beat Frauds of Ll^doi's and,'Cigars. 1  s-i*. ���>  KEADQUApT-KftS  FOR CdlfelVSKRGiAL  AMD i'Um'U-iG iftE?} *  iiiU'tTaii.oLii.i'tHi.i  ,                -         "      *       t          r.     *       t***   -       ^<  v^T^^iArtTfir in   i~i   "t" ri i'ii n    i i   i    Y    *ii ii�� i " - imiii  ri  ���rt  1'!    -  /ft       .130VIJJ;  ���>*{  Three quarters.of tho  Capital Stbek in tile treasury, if 10,000 in Ca&h and all  demands  paid  to  data.    &, ttV"'"-'  'V  k  ft'i  .'broV'es, ltKe flavor  i i  . v/:ioifisAr.i3 an-j itfiTAiL ..; ' ��� _  uhy {M^qMMb,  .Fresh incl Cured.Meato, Fresli  Fi-sh, Game an5 Poultry.   Wo  .oi^pply, .oply,._.tb8 best.     Your"  trade oolicitedi.v <:���,���-., ,  :->' a;.: ^feEF-v^i ���,-;���  3,ii.. an ���tlie. ^rinoipsii  ' ,'    "'   '.-       C'-       "  '^   ���   %' -r.  *".    y ���      ��� *-v   -   ,     i  GiQeR;'and., ^owiik j!ii  British.dolUmbi^- .,'.  DQUARIa,"^- JfOtt ' KAJ3T   K00XKN4 V  and'addstOth'e'KealtK*--  ..."   ' . ��� ,a ^' '��� A- y    t '   .''<���'������    1���  fulness b'f *tb.e foofl;  ���   Wiieh dutfittiiiff Tot- ^camp  ���..\v->) **. .a "if .    -".   i lP%-M'y <t- y-    :. f  jjal,wayi3 tAke Dt.' Place's Cream  >.B a k InV .1? o w d e t- fo Kg o o .d'  rij.euUh ,and[igobd .'food. It  ihiajceis the; finest Kapjack^  bisciiiw khdw6readi>s/ ���  f    Never f;6 inlhiix;-ivodda away  from a doctorv\vithr-i thciip njum  .balciii.it powder In tlie 6utfit. You  j.'want .'the best-batting powder! in  .    ; ;lhe .w.orld���.iticl' It Is most  eco->  notiiical in tho cud,  ipnieB BAKINQ POWDER CO., 6niC\z6.  L'o  W'li tVlLiJ .I'rB IT/KASEDao"aiilJ YOU  --���*��� C -J :-'- ���-���  5rjai*$-  ���a  -!���&.  JrE'Lsort,  ���fe/.O  Whoro you V^.iU find thlo^urgest sto'c  of gpneral hardwaro in feast Kootonny  M&i\ orders  given, prompt  'ittculioi^  fC$Bi��=,XJ ili tshril tli t ii is aniT Plumbing)  OJRANJOBQOK.  In McGregor Building.  '- '.'������.  dp^h Weiidnesiiays  iand Saturdays  W. il. 8TONJB, Trop".  %^ft;??i^i#'s1^.C*M^V.4'^��3lm'^JM^

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