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The Moyie Leader Feb 20, 1904

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Reduction Work  Kootenay,  S.S  In  I^V-'���kp!o-Bro,vo";- ,,,,������,������c.,���,  M,,% i.?^i - ���'laical"^ ���<-H!n" ' ( n" , ,.ir  .4Vr,-;i<*; \\' ',, iv look    vn.mRK ��    i'OU   grow  'ohler.  - "'''>, ;,<J*,. -vpn will   .mcUihHj  �����*'-    ���        ��� rr vour vouth   into  i    F^^HT.n-ywiinu.lplo��.rin8ll.o"^ns  I   .      ^^V^fvcur^o.ndct-i.Oi.v.  K^HUARV v.fl. 1901.  ���     ���       ' ���        ���       ,  i  U->r.ft>      i��.js-y*-/P* i  .*Vx/t.t_      l*i-'>'-" 1  I  D. J. fihwir wad m   Or.tnbrool:   thu j  wst-U. |  . l-.'p. Joiiu-Moi-    wass   in   Cranbrook;  Thursday.        , ' [  Ed  Hill   and   wife   ieliuned   fiom ;  L'..(hbii(!gt! Thut.-.d��y. '       j  Claud Cobb baa  ictnmed   from   his',  vi=,it to the central states. j  Mr.-.. W. U. Slouu  is   vWiiJug, with  friends in Cranbrook.  A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs.  II.  M. FullciLon in Kelson on the 17th. ,  Alio. Nugent   was   down   from   the  jfoilh Star mine on a \iuil the tirst ui  S2A YEAR  ..nehor Brand  ��� "���      CANNED GOODS,  We carry'the following range of them iu Fi^its   |  arid Vegetables. ! *?  *    GALLON CANNED APPLES.  fcll.M  .'UN,5��  J ^'-S'i^.  y it, iT.sperience the Truth.  Follow the Crowd.  vol.,  11,11'-  Fornau    Kay    Strong |.llw ;v^  Increase Output.  i    -^     - < -*r-ii     "1     Key. TtiorppbOii of   Onmbrook held j   g  r13ritish Backing���Will , ,jHeivic;'inthoMethu��riStciiuich Mon- ,|  Canned Peaches in 2 and 3 lb tins  "      J^ard "    "    "  "        Strawberries in ^lb tiab.  ��'        liluck and red  llaiiimc-rries in  "2 lb tine.  ?/ l'^^  F  ^���><s.''^5:��''<5*,"*!'J*  | ww^ -r-r ***ri"^'--*'''*jnyyiq  xoSSe  ���I  ft'  I''  \>  V  ir.P.c ^j  * >��� *���   iV^ -���.i'i'  CANADIAN  Paid TIP Capital   ���V'g.OOa  STeWr'ces   - 83.000,000 ^,io, o���  f      '���    , ���  'ify '   i '  w |     The oui h-fik for   k-ixl' itiul   iinc   in  W I the i*Tooii,'u-,.y3 ;?ci)n.*-i'ler'.ibly bi'iglit'f-r.  ^lj': Lcful if- gradually incre.ieirig in pni'1.'  on the l^ondon inaiket, and- tho indications seem to be that will remain  ���xTi'Mnciit. Zinc .'il.-'i i�� in goo'I dt-  maiid.'aud tho p riot J ini-)' been firm  for several months past.  Tho miueowners of Ihc 'Koolenays  aro h.imp��red by the lack of sineltinj?  fiieilUit-n for thier aro, and in order -to  recci\c the benefit of the bounty ou  iuat! tlio ore niiiat be trcatod iu Can-  a'clu. South E,is't Kooter.ay should  have a smelter, and it   is   safe   to  pre-  >mrT^       i"��"- * , ',-t   (frp.i-mprocnl twelve mouths.    Tho o'res   of  i&vf D,poMta Itemed.    l-reseuS-.ttiiteof InlcrcB^^i   ^^p^^   ^QR   ^ue mine al Moyie and   u,  day evening. ��� ,  . Mrs. John J31aokburn   find   children j'  have came down from the   North Star ,  mine and will reside bore.' \  They claim there id notliing-original |  i-xoeptiag original   '.in.    K.   Campbell |  ��i Oo.'a   iidverticemeuts��vjll hold  pec- i  ond pliiCf4. ,1  j " .Eujieno'Etter, A. -U'itcb, jr.,'and   It/  H. Robertson oifne up from   Jtyau   on  Monday to atlcnd   the   Odd   Fellowb'  ball. .  Mrs l-'.'T, Smyth left   for   Monroe,  Wash.,on Wednesday Ubt -to  attend ^  the funeral of her brother;   who   died  on Tuesday.  Anotiier eseellsnt dance was   given  '���^e  by tbe boy?, at tbe Mu'yie Humor Co'.*  Tomatoes, , Sugar Corn,  Selected Peas,  Refugee, Beans.   ��� ���  Golden "W ax Beans-   ,  I Anchor brands are standard goods and  1 of the finest Quality.   Give them  .   a trial and he Convinced.  4 ;^-Ms^s^^^^^2r3S22^  "L^,^KEAL E8TATE   ,  ISklNlH*! mOGK&     ^  'A-fr^ ...  t ,P.,.1Be v,-.* "Sill insurance tbat uv.wc^  KV/Wo can?.'!'. vf>u **<*! 'vsU.e or .e    i        Kooten*ftV.  |?^lhela��..trealo.tkl*d��-lar8inL^ ^   ^  diet tbat one will   be  .ercoted   in  vicinity of   Orcstou   withio   tho fceM  twelve mouths.    The o'res   of   the   Gt.  " ufe Alice  mine at Cieston alone '.voui ! keep a  ^rr.all siaed smelter in operation coii-  tinucnidly. '/. Fernau, of Newcastle,  En-gland,'ivlio 'recently visited Moyie  in company   with   O.-scar   Lefebver   of   lUUJituU.u.-j   Belgium  has 'b.icn   lo-ikiug ' over   the ; The'Leader seconds the motion  Ivo-itenaye and i*s oi the   opinion   that  there is a fi'4l(I foi another smelter aud  mill lastievening.  A timber wolf ventured out on tbe ^  wcel Dide of Moyie late Thursday and ���  ,i Jon irick shote of'the'town tried to j  capture him but failed.       , j  The Herald  suggests   that   ihc* dc- j  Trull I.e-Atl.Koll��erjr-.  The Canadian Smelting Workb' lead  i ���^^'^  ��-   f     -.   -v in niinina siocl?s. hccivup?   ^~  l^V7o can make mfr*5 ^r j^ m mining  ;ia'lose touch with the  market.  ���ilso a    zinc   reduction - works.    Tht  lerald  suggests   tuat   J111" "J |     fi At Trains i���  operation   after   Lpld; ^,05.  baling   societies, of   Cranoroofc     anu , m0Dlhri> delay for various   re-   (aueitert $0.��5  Moyie hold a joint debate thw  winter. | =^^* ^ .^ confidenlly cipfecled ��� that  the refiuerv will be operated contmu-  * ,    ��� ,    *         K., \An   t lilt \  MRTAL   MARKET.  1\tkv/   York���liar silver, 7>'d-\  cents  Jaihes SIcMaster, at one time manager of P. Burns A Oo.'a meat market  iii Moyie, is'now in the meat business  tor Himself in Fernie.  Tlie' carload of   machinery,  vf}^\  Beale <z$��  ���   nco.i\ onu*o  '   -,WA*  MOYIE, B. C  people with which, h'e'is'interested  are _  amply able to1 erect  afcfl   maintain   the |     .AIieusuiUi4UW   ,,     Al��� __.,���..  plants  as   they   h'rfvc   net   e'ely, the ;   ���       *fl8red scn.e tin-;e agoby   the  $t:i   nLria-enli plira pi^ lead td supply   ulie  ously in future, and it is probaule that  ai an early date tbe slimes plants  wul  also commence op.eatioms in oonjimc-  itiori with the larger plant.  The reBnery is intended to turn out  Copper,  $13.75.    Zinc-  (nuelten $o.(J5.  London���Load, ��11  lis. 3d.  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  :.',\ /;  plants  as   uiey   ..a,u   :.-o   ol.j,    ��� ~',.,s ordered seme tin-.e ago ny   uib  m--  e���fiicien(, piiro uig is^" l" ��"f^-'  cnpiUi.'.biit also th-3 \i:ic^lbCze/. the. j ^^ cb.ripV.nv; is daily expected to ClLni,a[A(i rfiarlietj and i'.^ fioinmence-  nrt of ci.ncenir'd:.-!- rai ts> :'o!!i:oi:cp ; ViV^^ ^j*0 ^ui-liiuery will be itded ^^ fa-,^ taiiiicia in thepOiiitio-i of  of lead and -/.inc. ur.il .-IrS   Vicu-'re' -^ ! ;V]-.g j,^ ^^^i savinc pbtut. ptodecing its own metallic lead mde-  ai-osifionlo   ma'*::    th��-:.fc    '^';:;'":   f I  " ]C-, fs ja.jj .: f^ Jjid   c'n   valenlirics   ljeadpnt of any other Source bf supply,  commercial fc.icc -'.    -o "L-^t'lr^-  P   ..  *-';".'.Iy,j"X"v%'?     :>?:rlv overv per-'  The electrolytic p'rocass is praCtically  ^mJccfTamthi' ,.i-:r    i^ntilrb   v" '.l\ \T ' k'-'^ \V "^ , jno J^  t^0j   lind ; wnain to euporcedo the Sine de��lver-  ���..���  ...������?,,i     Tiv,   :hrv    -i.'"    ',jo.: ^;" "-';'���''* \ -.'..���.���..���.i ooi ....:.', .,.���fn.>-.: 5,iiliorto in practice   at  -J'. v-.  Ii  liipenal banK  CAPITAL, ^Authorized)  CAPITAL, Cl'anl   u^--'  KKbT  D ��5"S <S fl Q  :��i.l 000,0;iO  ..*2,i53G.ni2  ^;V-, r KKbT    ,  ���S-i. :^a:owicE,TOROKi'o, o>;;^�� ��-c,vVn,,���n(1 -0rn, M������  ��''   T.l#. MEBBITT, l'.M   .�� ^J'"'\v. ilOFKAT, ChW Inspector  8* ~   -p.'WAY   Ai-^tPtant trcn*. iNl"n  b - .  %i.    \*fS:LAX'r Mr        A    cronPrrtlhanfeillJC  bllt.1  CK'AllBROOK BSAM.H  A ccnernl banking bu-si-  ncias tratifactcb  ^T^^?7)ElHMBKT^-'f,-'iero5' allowed on deposit*  Braft^abb available in all   pi..,   '.f   Canada     United  v.?/  ���f  ���  "i  "'J  to  T  ..-!:���;.. are\.avoJono or  two,   and   ol>rlaio to supercedo tho Lino de��l^.-  ' '    ":       'n'--no.-t vorn-^n  nwaivcl as I v Uioii eVEtc��. Jjilhorto in  practice   at  jhe   .,���e n..;n,.ie.j .>->,��� ... ^^^ Thfl ^^ ^ pruC(lss  iiiinv a-' i>.> t*i ��� *-���- , ' ...i.i..,..*  (  ���pf--m.' certain tb >.' ;h  lhe Hiicccssfi.fi.    Tli'-u    . iscy  I hat their venture will rrd')U:v  profit     of    lhe   ��..i..i'    o--vm-r��.    ^,,;. j ��� .       ^^ q�� |b(,   ^^  t.lanlS ut (he kin.: tbo.   pur,, oo rn ct-        ������- -  -       ������ . .  ling will c...ih.L them, a? tb�� ore��    will , ��u>h. .'huroh, g���i hitic   par j        ^  -,-.i  )c  and  much   haulage t.bonio Tuesday i-t  emu:  Htate��  and  F: H. MARSH: Manager.  ���I  "T^FEW 'WORDS TO THO-SB WII0JN8URB AGAINST  Games, taffy  helralfdfti home  and  mucii , nainag.Ma--"'- .*.-���*.*-,  - - ---    *- ���  !lVoki,c,(0?,vtho   iiroducersol   .inc. PaUinS, e.o    wore ,^M ��,   --1  or,, and oonc,n.ratr3 a  much   l.ighei   general good am. ,.a- bad.  >;,���   niiinin-!     m,.-*   l    1'    Farrel   relumed home  price than thev a,re at presen,   obtain-        .,!,--. J.   X.   x ar  !nu for their output. j Tusdav from   JJoaton   where   shc   -a.  Vheroare.u^nra    afloat    that    Mr. j for ,he past three monthf    b.eu    , .,it-  FeYnau ha�� nis eye on     the    H.ielting ���;1Ilg with   relatives     M-.   l.y.cl     nad  b^ne^cf this uiotrico and will rocm-i lU- ^client trip, but nevertheless  v.a*  ineodL��hU,i-mpauy.hL-   Luiltling   of; ^d to 5nt back .o Moyie.   ^  -i plant   ,ii.ncvvnc:o   i'i    ll��-   vicinity!      .  pr(! ..lv.m wis lurnea   in   Aha��-  Lave for this reason attracted the attention of tho lead smellers throughout tlie world.  Micr the refinery has been in operation torn time sufficient material will  hate been accumulated lo justify the  opening of tlie slimes plant. This is  a secondary process to handle the residue of the lead refinery altor fie pure  lead has been estra-.led. The shines  ca'rfy &)1G and ,:lve;-   in    conjunction  Mark H tniia isO��nd.  The   C     P.   A-   oonipany    lias   ad'  nouucutl th.it it Will continue to   isdiio  hull rati* iares to clergymen.  The outcome el the inquiry into tlld  Cla.lb-*-m .Kdti-Jtrii- has been U:j s'lspd.u-*  sum ol Oiptaia Rohorl'i lice:i.vi ' for  one yf::r ami the catic-llatbrn oi 1I1J  eugim--Jr'= U",<: i.-:.'. perni t-r^Ui*.'. Jpini  tlieUltiM- il: ' ehi-f t;'. ml ��� fo- tiia duller was P--*^'L i!' teIo= ;Uieged lUlLL  he was inconip.jUMit and neglected hi?  duties. UipUin ltoberts i^ censured  for not hiving S^'en explicit orders to'  the captain of ttis'tug Holyoka to t^d  iLe ship to the nearrsi, slieiter.  It i*> -jtierally believed that lhe im-  Beriaf-lbnitcd train will be discontinued on tbe C. V. K-. raid that .two fast  Lraina lvili be pat on. 0 ie of these  will run daily to Vancouver; making  only occasional stops.   The other train  carry fcolu am. siV.c     -.   -�� -- j> t Ql   ltuul.noy  i!lte  wili^SonL*; Alimony --d otho.   .m  , �����!n_- correspon-  ..���.i|iJM ^j-tiSfte'l ir- the refining  pro-   with limited 6topa .itoO.    -  w.r o i  PU         ^ iih       the      .li-es   plant   ding fast train will daily run east from  ^'lthl-          both Kootenay Landing and Vancou-   \J  M -  ���i3e last   week  on   our   ��f JJS'^ r,   , '    ;���; cr -^fc^ts  3unni��3asto  how   lis  knew   that   a ��� 0��. ^ ^  certain lady of   his  tovro   wore   hand- j and ol,, J^ -. -  e cavs  'We  did  ilia r. c. o  '��. *-���-  "III".  general manager of the Federal a ining  and S.nichii.L'"ccmpiiny,  whose  prop-  I not say tbat the wearer of  the   hand- j    r^ Qdd Treilpw.> bal\  1^, Jfcauay  ' painted hosiery was a single lady."        !        ing wa? attended witli   3:eat sne-  Wc stand corrected.    We forgot that ��� -     ���       ^       -  -'���  ver. It'ia thdusht this serivice will  auit the condition of tbe tralflo better  than any thai has yet been iu vogue.  ' CHurcU Seivlcee.  M��droL-.��7--Ifl tiia c!.l, poet office,  Sdiiday Gclipol at Z p. m feeing  derv.icc. at t :^,_'le-l--Joseph ..olt-  in PUV'~-   ......  rvi)-vci:3'.'.o.con:c. ...  "     ,'"       H. E. S. TAYLOR, i/astor.  Fron; the ^rand   march   to tbe  "   was  id  L. t  ''{7 luV  fond  , j mauafir0r 0f the I'-ederal-Mning j     \Yo stand coneu.vu.    ...^^--       _ CCMi    ^onipe ji^*��   .---    -  -.                         ,                      CRVKBROOK. B. ^^^^:-,^-^*r   |fuHi -^eliiiiL*'company,  whose  prop-! lbl? ��oid Man'" is married. leiDginS of', Cod ��a-.c, tbo  i.mg    .'^  y-*^-"-?-^-:^^^  I^Wf ^.Wrt'ciWdai-idWalhur,  Idaho.    In  con-[     1Io ahjo cave   that   his  remarks   "^ | cne ^ii^-^l  iq:imi bf  .-.nmierruptcd  "if vou want anything, stylish and neat go to|^iwlcmcn it Wm ��� nvise ,rouble. They should,      ure> Th   hall r;aB comfonaoy  ^II yOU Wan* ^ *>. ',llted thatthur   vii.it   had   no. signifi-] 110l) U" his observations   arc  right  ami ��� ^ ^  mcrr���   ,lincera   and   they  TOT ����' T lihr      PO   ' r'"-��^'lls t0 lh0 reS"U'"��- of work ou i our inference correct. , ( ccrhMnly made good use o: Uien l.mc.  fe* f ssr's ie Umkii  Mmm^^^^M^^iS^S^  ccrtalnly'made good use of their lime  .        M       Music was furni.'bod   by   1'rof.   tb V.  The cratch of a pin may   cau^^e^^     Uiano,  and    IP.   *f*    Smyth,  ���     . , ' , i-i-'h t-- even cleat!; when Llcod   Jl1   t ���������> -    *  ' 10S.-I O-  <��- bl..U ��. -   *-' ^ , -^    violin (-1,1 ..'       '  s result* froni lhe in;ory.   /.ll ;   ^^^.^    / L .nidni-jht a lap   siinpei  c it,: .  ,n,..-.   k,->   .iviiideil,    h.OTV- ''"-.*:       ., _   .  . i . ���   ^,-   ilf.|    pnTiV.  Fe:-vod   cur.sist-ns  o.  1, Tlie |  i'.wi&iJ  ^igar3. S  I  if  :()UJJii''l'A    |  .^���.   ,.^���.-.T'-a-S'l-  l^^rt.T**-"-"'^'  Ulaugcrof thi-i m:.v  ho   avuideti.   ^"'^^  ^ >uii   ^   j.-vnr  by promptly applying Chamoer-   ^^^ ���ml ���.lk���  ! Iain's l'ain 13alm.    His   aa   ant��.'0pt:c  heI  coTec  and    uuctiuallod   as   tt  muicI;   healing  limaAyiKiii'iv^1108'  ��'��-"s,a'  hi  1 i^rgQ:- giiuh  le   roojii .in . conneclion  ! liniment for cuts.,  bruises   and  ; for sale by all druggists.  burna i  .!.-,..:>-.���::i-.i*.��o-je  W'��r.  is'ilh   chartvenstic  cnlerprisc  lie  'f'hv:   ---i--1,';.'  .-���   ���!--,   .    s. ���:'   ���'.,���   i-i      .  WithJioiisp for commercial man.. beG-,  of HCCommcdtilion8.  - ������  tti'&efi ferei'Siifeniiil and Mining-fflii?:  WHEN IN  !'K��;X,*-!L,TY.  ;;;.'.iy    VVfi.^''.^  j, ii! L'Jm'nks, ri-oji.  Good rooms, good   tiibles andj;^  audUrstciaasaaiv-pleMoma..  Watch RjirAiuisn  JbWkLIsk;   CRANBRObk, ��� B.  'C  '. ,   ��� ' ' r ���     ,i,��� /-i -p  aent oy its   uwi  OfficinVWatcb Inspector for   the 0. 1 , ?^ ^ ^ ^.^^  I K. Crow s,>Testit>ivi3ion  \Vinnipog Free Tress has arranged   io  ���'���yv-e its readers    a    war    news   scrv.co |  'aneuualed,by anv other ncwspap.'v   :n  Ith'e dominion.    It baa   made   opecial  i arrangements     with   tlic_  %w|;\ork  '. iAerldd for a simultaneous  publication  v,.     !oUlie   l-Ierald'a' special   wire    cables  0 ' j? I oent by its  own correspondents   from  imprev^.-ihe teof.and adds \i  xh& hsaliWuliwsS el the food*  'iPBl'dk BAKING RO.WD6�� Cf  wna '..'"   '=-;!"'-���*i-XIftJ.;.,  .5.-4  *U  ��teMriaaiiytetM  HER RIVAL m  WARBLE  ...By...  CLINTON  DANGERHELD  Copyright, 1903, by T. C. McCluro  "I know I'd oughtn't to mind it,"  whispered Lucindn repentantly to herself as she pushed another pie into the  oven. "John an' me done, been married six months now, an' 'cept for one'  thing I ain't got a sorrer."  She shuf the door resolutely on the  ' pie, as though to inclose her secret care  in the oven also, and then went deftly  around the sunny kitchen putting house-  -wifely touches here and there.  'No prettier girl than- Lucinda was  ever born in quiet little Greenville.  She was so pretty indeed that when  ."John Logan, a widower of thirty-eight,  ' married her and horo her away to his  home in a Georgia village there were  many to predict that Luclnda would  spend most of her time "primping."  But no girl was ever more anxious  to win her husband's praise, and it  was the qualifications attending that  praise that troubled her sorely.  Out in the daisied Lafayette ceme;  tery slept all that was left of Martha  'I HATE -XOUl"  SHK CRIED.  YOU!"  'I HATE  Logan, his first wife. Her tombstone  was almost a monument Clearly cut  ou its chaste surface was the following epitaph:  1: *  In  '.To the Memory of  MARTHA LOGAN,  Remembrance   of   Her ' Unexampled Virtues as a Wife.  �� : '���   Merely the word "virtues" was a  crown of praise indeed. But "unexampled" before it gave crushing  weight to John Logan's constant recital of his dead partner's perfections.  No matter bow flaky Lucinda's pie's  and biscuit, the utmost she could win  from John was a gentle���  "Nearly as good ns Martha's, dear.  Jest keep on���you'll get there."  Once when Luanda, provoked over  some little tiling, raised her sweet  voice a trifle shrilly John said slowly:  "Martha used to get fretted sometimes, 1 guess, but sho had a motto  she kept pasted up on tbe wall. Took it  from a play actor's booli, but 'twas  good. Ran about like this:, 'Her voico  was low and soft allers���an excellent  thing in woman.' "  And Luclnda hnd blushed scarlet and  lowered hers. A batred which she felt  to be inexpressibly wicked swelled at  last in the girl's hp��rt. Of ton -when sbe  passed the cemetery on her way from  the village store she felt an urgent desire to go in aud defy the sleeper with  scornful words.  She put away the thought again and  again, hut at last it overcame her. One  musky summer evening, John not being  due till late, she found herself standing  beside Martha's'stately tomb In'the  cold moonlight.  "I hate you!" she cried. "I hate you���  you detestable woman!"  The sound of her voice echoed  through the pale little congregation of  tho dead and terrified her, but she milled.  "l'es; I mean it! I want you to hear!  I don't believe you are in heaven.  You're under that stone, putting ideas  in John's head every day!"  "Ahem," said a voice dryly.  "Why, Uncle Lemuel!" gasped Luclnda, recognizing a village patriarch universally called by that name. "Was  you listening?"  "Don't ,'have to do' much listenin'  when folks is shoutin' like you was,"  returned Uncle Lemuel, still more dryly.  Luclnda hung her pretty head, then  burst Into a flood of tears.  "She takes it all���all!" she wailed.  "No matter how patient I am, I kain't  be as patient as she was nor so low  voiced nor such a c-c-c-cook."  Uncle Lemuel seated himself on a  convenient corner of tho tombstone.  "'S that so?" he remarked, with a  curious inflection in bis voice. "Waal,  I kin tell you somethin' of her cook-  in"'- .,(.  Luclnda sat upright, with blazing  eyes.  "Be quiet," she said, beside herself.  Was she to hear Martha's praises even  now?  "Her cakes," went on Uncle Lemuel,  untroubled, "would have made ex'lent  military fort'ficntions; her pie crust  wuz ii cross between injer rubber an'  glue, an' fer her biscuits"��� He paused  and shuddered.  "Iln-cle Leni-uel," stammered Lneln-  rta. "d'you know what you're sayin'?"  S'^Juckoa so," returned Lemuel calm.  ly��� "I boarded with Manby an' John a  month. Took myself off arter that.  She scolded from nioruin' to night.  She pecked on John- till ef he hadn't  been the kindest hearted feller in tho  world he'd 'a' beat her. 'Unexampled  virtues,' indeed!" chuckled the old man.  "But why, then���why," gasped Luclnda, now on her feet and pointing  tragically to the elegant inscription���  "why did be have that dedication wrote  there?" '     1  The old man chuckled again. i  "He done the whole thing on your  account."  "On mine���on mine"���  "Jest so. He come to me an' he says,  'Uncle,' he says, 'I'm goin' to marry  the prettiest girl in tlie world, an' ef  so be she don't make a good wife'twill  break my heart. I laid awake for  weeks, God knows,' ho,says, 'thinkiu'  how to guide her right. I kain't hector a woman. An' so,' he1 says, 'I'm  goin' to let Mart by do me one good  turn. I'm goin' to let her be a shinin'  ensample of the way Lucinda shall  walk!'"  "And she really"���  "Was the orfulest cross a man ever  stood. Sence you kept his house you've  made It like heaven to him. He,tells  mo, so every day. But it's time you  should know the truth, Luciuda. I  see you're gettin' kinder angry at the  trick; Lucinda, specially as you never  did need uo such guidance. But ef  you'd 'a' known his former speriences,  .Lord���Lord"��� '     .  Undo Lemuel broke into a fit of  laughter that rang scandalously clear  through tho graveyard. After a short  pause Lucinda, among whose rare gifts  was a sense of humor. Joined him.  , It was 9 o'clock before John Logan  came home. As lie sat down to the  daintiest of suppers and fell to, Lucin-  dy, sitting opposite with dancing eyes  and rose pink cheeks, asked smilingly:  "How's your coffee, John?"' -  "Best I"��� he began. Then, true to  his formula, he said kindly, "Nigh as  good as Marthy's used to be."  "John," said Lucinda, with n sudden  gravity, yet belied by her still dancing  eyes,  "John,  I've sad  news'for you.",  Then, as he held his cup in midair, she  added mournfully, "Martha Is dead!"  The coffee cup went crashing on the  floor as John sprang up.    <  "Dead! What do ,you mean, Lucinda? You know she's been dead five"  years!" j  Lucinda smiled serenely.  "Xo, she hasn't, John, but she died  this evening���there in the churchyard���  at 7 o'clock!"'  Y5S  Tl  ..By...  HARRIET WHITNEY  Copyright, W3, by T. C McClui e f  -     The   Hero.  He was a thoughtful citizen and  kindly withal.  Tho building upon which his eyes  were fastened was in flames.  From a third story window protruded a head.  It was a disheveled head' bearing n  child's golden curls.  At home a little golden haired girl  was awaiting him.  What If that were his own?  The impulse to tear his coat from his  manly form and rush up the ladder to  seize the child and bear her to safety  was strong upon him.  How strong nobody but himself  knew.  For another feeling had come over  him.  He thought: "Suppose I should rush  up to that window and save that child.  The papers would bo full of it. I  should become a hero. Some fireman  would thus'be cheated out of his just  meed of praise. Whatever I am I am  not selfish and greedy. Let the other  man have the glory. I shall sacrifice  my personal interests and remain a  humble citizen."  Saying which wise and courageous  things within himself, he stood without moving a muscle while a large and  brawny fireman carried the little girl  down a ladder and placed ber in the  amis of b��i rrai'uic mutner.  Moral.���True heroism often exists In  men who are too modest to let the public even suspect It���Baltimore American.  Abby sat rooking by the south window,' listening resignedly to her mother's lamenUtions and reproaches. She  -bad assumed about as awkward and  uncomfortable a position as she could  well have invented, with one foot  drawn up, and her hands clasped  around her knee.  The old rocker lurched and grtim-  - bled querulously. Her best blue lawn  dress was tumbled aud crumply. Her  hat pins and the summer breeze had  conspired to muss her hair and make it  untidy. It straggled unbecomingly behind "her ears and at the nape of her  neck.' '  I "Another unsuccessful quest," said  Roger Sterling to himself, with, a satirical smile. From, his cool library  across the ball he could see Abby, with  the strong light pelting in over her  at the worst possible angle. He could  ���also hear most of Mrs. Gardener's remarks, for, us that matter of fact matron said, she was so used to her literary boarder she didn't mind him about  the house any more than a cat.  "Nobody'd expect you'd get a position that took any kind of brains like  Trix's and Mab's," Mrs. Gardener's"  energetic voice proclaimed, "but a little old district school like that! Idon't  hardly see how you could have helped  getting it If you tried to."  "My dates go'wrong," confessed Abby meekly. ' "The committee said that,  according to my information, the Uec-  , laration of Independence must have  been sighed several years before America was discovered.''  ",Well, 'uiin'l any use to ��� say anything more. If0 a body ain't got a  brain'you can't give 'em one.'"* You bet-  , ter gather up your duds and put 'em  away. And I don't know as it's worth  while lo hunt another place for you.  I reckon you was cut out for a failure." ���  ' Mrs. Gardener settled .hack into a  displeased silence rather more depressing than ber previous harangue had  been. Abby arose with a patient sigh,  gathered up her hat, gloves and, parasol aud trailed limply away. ,  . Roger Sterling looked after her with  more  pity  and   less   amusement   than  Two Waya  of Seeing-: a Picture.  An artist had sold a picture for an  exorbitant price, and the purchaser  sued to recover. The barrister for tho  purchaser was making the artist uncomfortable by his questions.-  "Now, sir," he said In that pleasant,  ingratiating manner of lawyers with a  wltuess, "do you think anybody could  see beauty in that picture?"  "Some persons certainly could," re-,  plied the artist.  "You think the initiated In technical  matters .might have no difficulty in understanding your work?"  ,  "I am sure they would not."  "Do you think you could; make me  see any beauty In that picture?" this  most superciliously. '.-.'..'''  "Probably not now, sir," and the artist was most humble,. "but once I  could have done so easily."  "Now, sir, how is that? I don't understand you.   Explain if you please."  "That's quite easy, sir. I could have  done It simply by employing you as my  counsel in this case." ��� London Tit-  ���Bits. ������.'"''  A  Manle-m   Island   Colony.  On a small island in the Greek archipelago there is a colony which is  composed entirely of women. It is a  sort of religious order ���which considers  it a disgrace for one of Its members to  even look at a. man. So when a fisherman approaches the island the women  pull the gray cowls of their cassocks  over their heads and turn their hacks.  Provisions are never imported, as the  women raise their own products, being  strict vegetarians. Only the matron,  who is annually elected head of the colony, ls ever allowed to leave the island.  The others remain on the Island nil  their llv.es, taking their turn at tilling  the soil, washing, housekeeping and  fishing. ,  "BEISQ    TEAT    HOT    WATER   BOTTLE,   AND  COME QUICK."      ���  she. usually, excited in his, mind. lie  was accustomed to taking Abby, with  her awkwardness and: angles and her  perennial and futile search for - positions,, as soinetlung\ofea joke ' or, at  least, material' for humorous short  stories. Just how he was .���.wondering  if there' were no angular; three, corner-  ���ed niches into which such women could  be made to fit;.-:., ,  A3 for Abby, she., went into her-own  room and sat down oh a tail, straight  chair, pondering. There, wa-s-,'nothing  for her to do about the house.' Ilor  mother was a hearty, capable woman,  Whose pride aud boast it was that she  chose to do all her own housewbik  and allowed no assistance from her  girls,or anyone else.  : "If she would only let me stay quiet-  ly at home and help her," 'meditated  Abby, "I wouldn't always'-feel "so superfluous and guilty. We don't need  lhe money, and I'll never get a position in.a century. Well, if lama failure, as mother says, I .might'.'as..well  make the best of it and be "as good a  failure as, I can, so I guess I'll go to  work and dam my stockings."  Roger Sterling, passing down ; the  walk oil his way to town, saw ber at  the'window rocking and darning.  '"Poor girl!" he thought, with- careless compassion. "Of all dismal and  disconsolate beings I think an incapable woman Is the most hopeless."  The afternoon Was growing late  when lie returned by. way of'the, back  porch, as lie ,Svas privileged to do.  Something unusual', seemed to be transpiring. The footsteps tripping about  the kitchen wore not those of weighty  Mrs. Gardener. lie looked in the door  and beheld Abby���poor, limp, incapable Abby���hut she was neither limp nor  incapable now. Tier face, which usually wore an expression of amiable discouragement, '-was. beaming rosily  through tlio hazy steam of some fragrant beverage she was brewing over  the gas stove. Her slim figure, always at a disadvantage in lawn and  lace, was shapely' and trim In a tidily  buttoned cooking apron. She was supple and springy and alert; she was  brisk and alive with purpose and energy.  She saw Roser all of a sudden can  ing   at   her in  wonder   through   the  etcamy mist. .  "Mother has a chill," she explained  conei-elv. "I've got to fix her up and  thru get supper tor you." In spite of  her filial aiiMcty her eyes shone.  ��� He came foi ward as she started  away like a rosy spirit in a cloud of  vapor.  "Can't 1 help you somehow?"  "Yes. Bring that hot water bottle,  and come quick."  "Jerusha! She didu't ask me; she ordered," said Roger to himself, with a  grin of amusement, as he tagged along  after the skimming goddess-like form.  "More hot btulf!" groaned Mrs. Gardener as the odor of Abby's brew smote  Ler from afa'r. "I'm warmer now, Abby, in this mountain of blankets you  put over me and with the hot iron. I  think I'm getting over the chill, and  I'll try and get up after a little and see  about"���        , ���  "Not a bit of it you won't." Abby s  voice was low and tranquil, but Roger  marked the firm undercurrent. "You  are not going to do one thing today nor  until yon are perfectly well. You must  drink this hot lemonade and go to sleep  if you can. Give nie the hot water bottle, Mr. Sterling. There, now."  As Abby lucked down the blankets  *nd patted them Mrs. Gardener settled  submissively nnd sleepily into her pillows. "If you think you can get supper"���  "I'll help her." shouted Roger eagerly.  "Shan't I, Miss Abby? What'll I do  fust'/"  "Fill the teakettle," directed Abby;  "then I'll let you sot tho table. But,  mind you, don't meddle with that co-  coanut layer cake on the third pantry  shelf, right hand side."  "Glad you told me exactly where It  was. so slick.. I shall have it for my  supper,',' announced Roger, traveling off  kitchen'ward with alacrity, while Abby  flew along after like a lapwing and arrived first at the goal, with a new and  bewildering display of roses iu her  cheeks.  After a week of Abby's care and coddling Mrs. Gardener was allowed to sit  up on the shady porch. She leaned  back in her,big rocker with a delightful sense of some protecting influence  about her.  "How nice it is to think there's some  one to depend on in a pinch!" she said  to Roger, who was making a lattice for  Abby's late flowering bean ' vines.c  "Who'd ever ihouaht Abby 'd turn out  such a good nurse and housekeeper after all her failures at everything else? I  shall .iu=-t keep her now to help me with  the work."    ���  "Oh. no. you can't, ma'am." said Roger, pausing suddenly in his task, "because, you see, she has secured a position."  "Hey?" gasped Mrs. Gardener blankly.   "Abby���a position!"  "Yes." returned Roger calmly, driving  in a nail. "I have engaged Abby myself."  ' PRAYER   TOJTHE   JANITOR       ||jg   Qgjp  ^g  kllOU who. as Winsome Winnie says.  Dost   "turn  tlio building  on  and  ofT."  Ghe ear, 1 pray thee, to my prayer.  That's interrupted by a couth.  There's goosene.sh on my personage.  There's chilblains on ni> aching feet;  O janitor, please, janitor,  Giva us a tiny bit of heat!  We've lost the iceman's friendship, for '  '   We have no use lor Win or hia.  Tho ice ho furm-shea ain't half  A3 cold as all my family Is.  My wife end little cues weep hall  That cotinds like buelcshot on the floor;  Please give m= he.il or, Janitor,  We never -will bo vvaini faome more!  Last night I lay awake and wept  To think that when the morning cam*  I'd have to get mo up aud dressed  And start once moro the lreezlng game.  Each child is shaking like a leaf  Of poplar In a Miiiimer storm.  And now and then I -see them crawl  Into the Hd chest to get warm.  It  O Janitor, hear now the curse  That shall be thine If thou dost not  Give ear unto our freezing plaint  And make tin's fl.it all nice and hot:  May you through all eternity  Sit on im Iceberg stark and bare  The while a million palm leaf fans  Keep Mining up the icy air!  ���Haltlmore American.  A���Korocd   I.nuab,  Jimmle--Say, ain't you got no moro  ��� sense dun ter laugh at a feller wot's  got a toolacbe?  "vVillip-I ain't lafliri 'cause you got It.  I'm laflln 'cause I ain't got it.���New  York Times.  Quieting  a  Bully.  A man was brought up in a provisional court on a charge of stealing  a sack of llour and was very severely  handled hy the prosecuting lawyer,  who had once made himself notorious  hy going into bankruptcy, which was  the only means by which he could escape his debts.  "You admit that you stole the sack  of flour?" questioned counsel sternly.  "Yes, but I took it honestly and in  broad daylight to save my children  from starvation," pleaded the prisoner.  "You call' that honestly, do you?"  sneered the lawyer., "I call it,, amazing impudence. Stealing is stealing  from whatever point of view you care  to look a t it."  ".Just so, mister, but it don't alius  bring the same punishment," retorted  the man in the dock. "For instance,  I shouldn't have been here now if I'd  done as you used to do���bought, or ordered, the flour and never paid for it!"  And even the magistrate chuckled  behind his papers at tho bullying lawyer's discomfiture.���London Tit-Bits.  Womuu'ii   I'rog-reiKi.  "Do you think woman has really progressed so much?"  "Certainly."  "She does not seem to be prized as  much as she was formerly."  "How do you make that out?"  "Well, lhe man in search of a wife  used to consider her wo: th stealing  once. Then he gave up his stealing  habits, except for an occasional lapse,  but he still considered her worth buying, and his success corresponded with  his financial rating.    Now"���  "Well, what now,?"  " "Why���he demands^*, cash bouus now,  so that hi effect she has to buy him."���  Chicago Post.  Svlcutf ticnlly  Coimlderecl.  "If I givo you something to eat, will  you chop some wood?"  "Lady," answered Meandering Mike,  "dat's one of dem hypothetical questions. You know digestion draws de  blood from de head, which has a tend-  1 cucy ter weaken do intelligence an'  de will power. If I was ter surprise me  system wit' a square meal, dcre's no  tellln' what I might do."���Washington  Star.  A   Smnrt   Scholar.  A Sunday school teacher recently  told her class about the cruelty Involved In'docking horses. "Can any little girl leil me," she said, "of an appropriate verse of Scripture referring  to such treatment?"  There was a pause, and then a small  girl arose and said solemnly, "What  God ha Hi Joined together, let no man  put asunder."���Journal of Education.  An  Oriental  Love  Letter.  English is put to strange and eloquent  uses in the oiieut. Here, for instance,  is a letter addressed <o a native gentleman by a youth seeking the hand of  his daughter:  To Baboo  ,  Paternal Father of Miss  Dear Sir���Tt ia with a faltering penmanship that 1 write to have communication  with you about the prospective condition  of your dam?el offspring. For some remote time to past a secret passion has  firing my besom Internally with loving for  your daughter. I have navigated every  channel In the magnitude of my extensive  Jurisdiction to cruelly i-mothcr tho growing love knot that ls being constructed in  my wlthlnside, but tho humid lamp of affection trimmed by CupW's productive  hand still nourishes my love sickened  heart. Needless would it bo for me to  numerically extemporize the great conflagration that lias been generated In my  head and heart. ]loping that having debated this proposition to your pregnant  mind you will concordantly corroborate  In cspouslnt; your female progeny to my  tender bosom and thereby acquire mo Into  your family circle. Your dutiful son-in-  law.  ���Harper's Weekly.  A  ConiioiHHeur   In   Win cm.  Chceplcy���Say, old man, this is pretty good stuff.  Gestley (proud of his wine cellar)���  Well, rather. That wine is at least  fifty yours old.  Cheepley���Gee whiz! It must have  been great when it was fresh!���Philadelphia Press.  jVo   Good.  1-    <&  &  Took  irlm   For  a   Gentleman.  A bookseller in New York city tells  a story which admirably illustrates  the tact and humor of Bernard Qua-  l-itch, tho London dealer in books and  manuscripts. The New York man visited Quaritch's shop for the purpose of  obtaining a number of valuable scientific works. After making bis selection  ho stepped up to Mr. Quaritch and  asked the price. As Mr. Quaritch began to quote the figures the American  interrupted him, saying: "Rut I am a  dealer 1 myself. What arc the trade  prices?" "Oh." replied tho famous  bookman, "I thought you were a gentleman." The American was taken  aback for a moment, but only for a moment, for Mr: Quaritch held out his  hand and snld smilingly: "But I am  delighted to find that you are not only  a gentleman, but a dealer as well. Th��  trade discount ii .one-third off."  ��Dat old adage 'bout pit-kin' a pin  up is on de blink."  "How so'-"'  "I seen a diamond pin onct���on a  lady's dre-ssin' table���an' here I am."���  San Francisco Kxaminer.  'Mm*   ltii<*lii.|(,i*N   i"Hiilm.  Lives ot liLiiin cited mon icmind us  Who have not a.s yLt been caught  11i.it we might l.-.u-e sons behind ub.  Hut v.e i.ulici  cucss we*ji ,K,t>  She tint's trim may bo a fat one:  She Hint's .sweet some day be grim,  When bv m ere I v looking at one  She will .squelch the soul in him.  L't us then go billing, cooing; (  I-ct 11s call them sweet ;tnd fair; j  II is lovely to ha wooing.  Rut you'd better stop right ther��.  -Chicago Record-H��r*04,   '  THIS DANGEROUS EPIDEMIC  MADE ANOTHER APPEARAND  A Suggpstlou as to How u> Qui,ti, ,  tbe   Trouble  and lu   Perulc  Kflect*.  I,'11  ''    O.    1)  "1 1,11  ,l''   1 .,,,  \-,',  ��i ,  I .,  1    1 u  "    i' .  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'ileiij  n to throw pfi_ch-e,is.. *.,,., L%Ui ,.j.  ways avoid imUutn .,- I". *-(iii" il'.u  the sull name-, 'in \\ Ib.-n..-,' pmk  Tills lor J'ale I'm;'!'- ��, .<i 'nt<- I i,n  the wi tipper jiu-uivl , Pi >,u,. '-old  hy till iiu-dicin'1 d-.i1'1.- <>; m . t iott-  puitl at 5.0 evil is a his ', m\. iur  32 50 bv writing 1 !���������  Medicine  C'o , -Ilrt-ii 1  1     t  I'M  ' i i,  , ' li.'  1"     V* iii it*��s'  .ii',    111 1 '  , Tlio   Brighton.   Km-M'..!  litis -11   tanks, and  i.** ; ���- >���  100  lVet   v. jde.       It   h   >'"'  the  world.  \.'-.,,\!l .HI  ha _'���   1 ni  A   j't-mcic-d   wrong   in   >,.v  than  thu real thing  tr>  li  We Convince Sceptics,  Colds, Gatarrh, and Catarrhal  Headache    Relieved    in   10  , Minutes   and   Cured   by  Dr.  Agnew's . Catarrhal   Powder.  lfere'8 one   of   c   U-nusand   ��-iirh  t.s'.i-      ��� -,- --   r^,'  monu'S. Kov.   A    li    iluckli-v   ...   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LYederjcl  -* ',   \','V ,' SS.J  I ,      V   '*J  .     ���"   -,* V. v**  ; Tbroug  ' co'iamarid  '    ; rrJohtip  - <.(i !.��ndnJs  10 the.-JA  - '/.-SKWA]  L   \'our^;api  , .inr-thOvin<  v  Vte'-'ovtifo  ��� , Juive^you  f   -      js:���!oPt:jo  '��� jtut-Uyou  '    , ' ', !*"!*��#>  , |<ut.jiund'4  ''    ,��� "jVa-ni'woi  - ' Wgetabli  ' ' '��, "iii,'h'ealth  ' -'y'fr<%rr~4?  i  ' >.;,Somp  r  --.'irotsworh  - '^Minard:  ^'iO'r'Oen  ,    tXfbrlAlm  ��� ;^mai  "*   -"'.^jiJsjsauUs  V,-"' ,y,hda mc'  '   U,'   .-IjO/ill*''  1    ,'-";-*��<!��'iui ill  > r .'*��.-r?Ic;' t h  ���   hundred  . ��� ,^>;Gooh  ^TO .'fe'-v   1  .. #&$&"  -'--���^siiiv^Lt  i"';- i<&0'  ~e WATS' I7  ��� s'TUHousi  1 V.lnle'li.iii  erfect  11  ��� ; /'/eHt^it  -���-.'CthcjffuK  . ,'^,Ir<jm?,i"<  ^ Vlpus-ii'li  \Pil]3�� w  if;   ur.    .\u  l>  111   11   cw-i  of   (,'utiuih       I   w  Willi    tins   cllheii.'.c.'   lot    ".I'B*-     1, .  time*  1   u^ftl   tlil-�� it'inoiiy  it  un.  llchtful     ll'lU-f I    MOW     tl'C.W.I  tiiL'lv  cur-.-d.'*     Sol'i   by   ulI  ii:'.  il  M0^  -.���s:?"A-,ln  ���     - ��*���   nil, t,-f-  ^.riot' a  V: 't'-'.ty  A     rr linetl     woman   s< -n ���*  iiarbanc-   modes  cnaplutsi/e  !>���  incut'.  level's   \'-'A   fV>'ise   I lend >   i> -  ant   Soap   rowdor   is   a   boon  ' ' *>^  home      It disinfect.-- and flea'  same time  ..l il'.  'I   noticed,"  iK-inarbed   br'i.-ciu-  "that yon took \o��,- h.U. uit ts'.r  you telephoned ju.st now. and tl.'  put it back again. May 1 .'--*- ^"  why 7 " --Certainh ," .said lo.ci!'*  "I w .1.1 telepihoniiig to a  lady  IIollowoVs  Corn   Cure  Is  a  ni.. >:.,.''  tlio   iciiiiiVai   oi   itiniK   tii'ti      w��r;-<  ha\i"   n<*\.M    heard   of   it.s   niiliie:   ><���> ''' "  i!\ on   llicj   woril   kind.  Opinions   are good   thing-,   lo  dark.  I..-.,  ��� - ^stirvr  ' '"sHrVes.  \fSVil  ry-smiv  ,\ world  ,  -era.-  "i'<..^4-"  , .'v*\v��hy  '," xatc'--y  when',  ,t  rislc^  V.JL-'Consv  1 *, flayed  ' ("-;rupJ:i  r"��sse  ���   ?.i*��l\a  : sourI  - , - ���V\C  v <Au  ^ :to^v*  -what  '    whin  ���JIuc-li   distress   and   .sirknos-4   s/i   cl.in^  is    cutihed     bv     worms .Moth.*!   I,n,,s  M'arin ExtermiiUitor Lrivos sen. I  moving t!te emit,* (li\e n u ���'  be  convinced '  s,,  ml  ni"J  Help the Overworked   Heart.  -Ih   (he   -"-rent   criKinc   wnkli   I"1 ' l'*  l|f<  lliiou^h   your   s>.stem   lin-rd   I'"- �� '  'a\.i*d,   groaning   undoi    its   lo id   "J  'iviisf   has    flogtli'd    it' ":     ,        un  '���uitf  lor  tho  Heart  is nutim* - !'���   '_' ;'  mil   cloiviisor.   and   d.'illv   ib-men  ,111   Jt.  '.���ilt    sufTt-M-rs   fliul   it   is   i lie   si..-'.  .1   ,uiil  most spisily  u'i..,*ih   1 '���"*  "'"1"-"1  cmnre   knows.���(17  mon'   <'o   ��''  * * t\��f  'IvVlM  Tho vainer wo arc ih<  olilcft   to   the   peacock s  fail'  Some neo|>le would la' mil U'\M l[  they hud the holiday hem' *1''1 Uu  ve-a I' run rid  \ dry for Hcfp.- A i'n �� .�� i  !,,l'i^  I*   n.   cry   of   the  kidiioy*   for   li.-l|' "  ,  Anicririin    ICIdney   ('in.'   I ���>   'I'"   "'   '   .',[  Unit   hasn't   u    failuic   wiiM'ii    '   "'"..  Ill   fuses   of   Hi milt's   disc-im'    ili-i'1'' ,  fiiuiiiiiiitioii     <if    the    M ad do i      >���'���'"     , \  oilier    kidney    ainn<*ii!*= llf>n't_   "-"',  >li"      iL|ipn lentlv      liisiu'iiilK-ant *"lu"  Tin*' jiowfiftil   liquid  .Mfiei-itii:  pi  fill's ���70  it*. 'l  nil  'The-  worse   owe  looks   the  n."1''  Im (i*s in irror.s.  an  an"  .*\   -Aood   business   man   and    '    ''  in.in  me not necessarily s.\ noi"1 " '"  II   is  easy   to   put   on   a   bo'1 ��� "'"'  if you have good backing.  "ll"     is     tbe    most      nnsa t isi.n ������"'  wind   in   the  Knahsh   bin.'ii i'-' '  I4'lisl      comes    the   do. ioi,   Ih'"   !["|  l.iHM-r,  then  the undei take' .  "h " "'  LlUMT   illi.l in  Ida���I   don't    think   Mi     S'"' ''    ' ^  lwcs      mv      liiuif-lkercliiets    a"''  '!l"'"  *Ma.\--Whv    not '>       Ida ���I    tol I   ' l'1'  .i I *I"  ,1 in  thnl I had my jiin money wi.., .  "iy Iinndkei-chiel" and lost il i'" "<ll'(  there was n gn����( deal of tno ���' ��� ''s"  in cot Ion   I hese  cla\ s  iV��  wniiuin   is  nlwjiVH  light,  n'l'  woniah's  hiishund  h nlwa\.i m >"if'  11 Ll  ^^^^F^3^!P^^l^^i^^^ I A, i * Vs-'��i? g. li  I1 VrtT^  .cgg^^i^^R  �� mi  ftRAHCE,  he !  uiird  iltiotu  am-u*  Alt*  Settled? p.iem.ioi.a.    J1     V'J     .L   ,  flI{-over^be  l����c.i!cj..i.rthA:-i   *-���  ���'marrying   pn^on  2,985 couple1-..    11  the Vecord-in the  Jolin   rtiiHl-i"-  Ruskln had every  advantage in tbo  happiest   domestic    environment,    and  When   he   exhibited   his   treasure. - a  n  nuHcript of Scmt or a   d,..w,ng  by  Turner-one could famy h.n, to ue a  can connoisseur v.Hh boMn-s enongn  (Retire ample and d-.-liglulViloccupa-  on     le received one with lhe courtesy  snid mat. he Held i school and wn:��Ki_uoligj..Iidlj!^iUioJ[  lined   States.  oi   ,.  I In  iii  I  > li  oiii-  1/1  1 1  1  iii  1 nl  -��i  al  Ol    I)  "I'll 4  Hi      n  rvL",'-f^ir's ���I   was- f<"' *<-'v''n ^'iXIS n,  JSir^;. i'.,""i''.';"���':!���';;���;:"','  ik  \-,  1 r  '"      hu  "      'ill'f  sl.lt   ,,,  '   rvit,    '  ait   1   I  '! ...  1   11 ii i,  ���   i.   ii ji  pu   it   1  n  1 i\i  1st   ,!,  sufferer.irom   j.h��. *���   ���     (  would ,b> hc^ iu��..-��- ��      ';;���;'���;,11-1S  ���^scarcely   s,,-i k   . I;  ��      ���    ���,���,  ,^V,  ,-5got   no   n-lioi     ���   ?;'-,,  ItAl^AM;,   rrwo   bullh's  ,;���d^sbc- boltles     nn.de  to '"anyone  " '  *"!��*!*$"';-'F  vASiw;sKi��.<:  -V r ^ 1',     , 1  ���      *    '  the least assumption of superiority  remember how on my lir.it visit he,,  gave me a recent number of "Ifors," in j  which, he saltl, I should be interested 1  because it spoke of Alpine traveling. '  So it did. But he had quite forgotten ]  i that he hud talent an unfortunate ar- |  'ullj'.!5 1 tide of mine for a text to illustrate the j  vulgarity  of  modern  scramblers.     He j  ��    '       .'-- I  lr  NEW sensation:  IN MEDICAL WORLD  Brings (0 Light Others Equally  Wonderful.  .-*.<���-    1 cliff !  :l   t'f'-lipI''lC'  m.meri'l   it  it,    or  niiitorit* nn*��� ��������-���--  The vicinity of P.elmont paik, I-ftng  Island, was tbe early scenes of more  racing activity  than any other spot on  I this 'oulineut. Here it was that the  Newmarket f-oun-e v. as constructed in  } I���!'"', hy  ile.' sancii'.-.i of Colonial <Jov-  Coiiiiigwoad   Briglit's   Disease   Cure j ������.���.���uor.i^eiace.  u ins course continued  r.       ,,_       ! to be the theater of  itcuou lu  raciug  sports until 18^1,    it was- in ibis vicinity al'o that the old CenterviUe course  v.-as constructed, which for many years  was one of the most famous of American race tracks.    In ISiil  the'legislature passed an act allowing the speeding of horses in Queens county during  the months of May and'October of each  year,  and   by   virtue of  this  law   the  Union course was constructed the same  year.   This course was located in what  was then tbe  village of Jamaica, but  the territory it occupied now forms a  piirt of the borough of, Queens.    From  'The,' really, .brilliant talker ;is one 'near '"the i.hfcad. for ; very little ;���; of. .it  who is brilliant c-iloii<$h:'to. keep" <ffill'.''"ever: "'get's'-; away from ;its. starting  when he.h.-isfi't aiiv thing ;v.6-'say.''j-....   ,'point;  .     '.'..-.,., .'������ V :��� ,��� . .;:'' ..-;'.'  ��� Savings'    without', morals '; art's: like .' .There  has   iusV died .-at- Ballycarry  'inoral's- iiever ..-s'aTd��� .no good '���������'   ���  f'nuiitv Antrim.-Mrs. Ami T'ei'.ny,' 10  Mrs. Fred. Philip of Eglinglon Tells  of  Her   Remarkable  Experience.  1 j.ie; e   i.m   .,v.��v ���-..���-. ..       s--    ,   -  no..nty'Antrii!i,,M.-s.  Ann Penny, .10-  _^_ ,     ..--. years 'bids.: .   Her mother -died  nt,  the  ,hust have dainni-d tl-^sl.'eltm pretty -^nvjn.sf. . is'.a  ceul.e..^ nm.,   -     p , .-,.  Discharged  from   two -Toronto  Hospitals -- Dodd's  Kidney Pills  Brought Back Her Health.  .rredeiyrton  '*     "^'1    ,he   Karl   of   DcnbiJ,','.   ^-"*'  Through  th     ;�����'.���,,,,.   ArlliHy  ed and sij,n��'d  Idol.. v  A(li,.  remarked that I thought the Alps *u> \  proved   by   the   odor   of   my   tobacco ,  imoke.    I adhere to that heresy; thej  were gently improved for me.   I tnipli  have claimed'to be a disciple and told |    l.n-n -il-i-it their beauty had been inter- j    him  that tnui   ulj    J Painters,"        Toronto, Feb. 8-(Ki>ocial.;���'I'he ie-  preted    o  me.   >     Modu     U..1     . ,*oliingw-(1oil   of   the  von  though increased hi   m>  t b.icco, uuw.    1 Thomas   Adam:  thought it better to drop the subject- | f^l   ^  Sir Leslie Stephen in Atlantic.  _w   _. ii'i''sV--,;i''iio.riias;:,..';y\d.ani3i  Of ih-iglit's;T|isea'se Jiy J'iodd.'s - Jsithiey'  'riiisi'has'-:'aro.iiiS{*d-';.gi'eA]C...'.b  'ni'i('i'-'"'th<i.'i'.disc,iissi'o'n/',i^  ib'it'-'V'hv-'- f.-uit: 'that' \i;i's.,:'Adao.is'; yiiso.  hi n<* '���-���oil' "isolated :oifev''tliat ...right  in-'l''oroht'<r-theriia.i'e;:rje<)|A!eVA^^  the lliiCKiuuom ��.,^--=-?-:-:w--.--/.-,-,--,.;c>:^K^  inaiiagi!ig'.efe  A  SwintDii-Darin   Story. ,  The crux of tlie u.iwspiiptr question I  was touched bv a brilliant journalist, j  the late John Swinlou, for nuuiy years  JJllJ. C    Vi.      i_*jv-      .^ w .   ^-   ,j  the time of its-construction until ,1572  the Union course was the scene of nearly all the great racing events of the  country.  It wits over this course that American  Eclipse and Sir Henry, in 1S23, thrilled  the hearts of the sporting world in one  of the greatest turf battles ever witnessed in tbe  annals of racing.  When   Threaten*!   With   Bronchitis,   Asthma,   Pneumonia   or  Serious Lung Troubles   Be Sure to Get the Genuine  OR. CHASE'S \T? UNSEED AMD TURPENTINE.  11111 1 * 11, ���*-  a ' < i)\ a,  1-1I 11 ,ri 1  11 \ o i 1 1 V  li.ilil la-,  r*   In,1 il v.  I In ig    im ��  ��� mrt 1 i1 n'  nl 11   'ili'is;  ou 1 an al  -1111..   t1 ta  II -, 1 ink  ,1 Mite 1 on  ���u old  mi t   1 ott  si \.    fill  , 1 %&r��A n.-Lists hpow as little ,1 lout  n  {/^��Sof ��.t a, thj-y do about  ��he art  * yfolppih. ___^   ^fSfard's"Liaiment Cures Diphtheria.,  S'^Or'r  -.Ordeis  have recently  been  exe<:  ^���ir-i  ���tinted  Tr^Japan for a '-tipply of siting nets  ,    >%bf^ln.ska. vahmil at S.y.ono.  ^ r '^digestion, that menace  to  ';*^rSman    happiness,   pitiio-a  in  its  ' J ^tssaulU, and no respecter of pe/iioi���.  ' h& in-t i��" concju ror In South Amerl-  'vSiNrnnc       Tlii-   areat_   stom.xch   and  a wee it,    **...�� i..v. .. ,/....  not get a tiist class man for that," pro- I  tested Mr. Swinton.  "Why not?"' asked i  Mr. Dana.    "That Is what I pay you, ;  and don't you.consider yourself n, first  class man'.'"   "So, Mr. Dana," rejoined  class man:       .mj, .,A,. ^^,..���   . ���.  Mr. Swinton.    "If I were a 'first class , for the futun  ,-<   - ini'il1pv^--'Wfis',:-r��v;ffci'.ib,S;..;;*;fV9n>  jlrigh't^;sOi^i{'se;:a.io   was ,-in.,ttr;'n^t  ���d;an'HX-r^-Jis-:-&Ui^  cit^hospital^sG.ac.^ai.d^tiie.fiomMa^  man  I  should  be paying you $1  ,) a  SK    U" It^^JVi'ivino       Til-   areat    rtonwch   and  Hi         ' f'^Sl.iM^'*' "nuN   u rulnlloii.   .lriyos #out  ' ^*M  t.iW.'d.MH'K i���,,ciat.on    and    ^  viAJT*\.;?!c-' the  ulow   of   i��i*i-f."--t.   health.    C^-Lr^  \e-Mr,u,�� . '^.iSroils  of   ������cliionlch"  that  have baffled  ��� t >m['%\   - V'-nfo^" l"^ ~"��H -   h.i h\ hi Mv/^-;;&^ln,..,st.s soonk of that frm Lion of  i, ���   I n U' ir  ;eptics,  Catarrhal  d in 10  d   by  Dr.  ;ik of that frai Lion of  vV^'thT"   i.niifnll   'which   reachis   the     sea  vJlifeu-'h   ���s.-m.n.s    as    .he   ���;.;����������-��.���/,  h^Tf��all. ,w-h.le   in   the   M.ss.^.ppi   . u-  !i��w?iJsliif'it Is* but   one-fourth.  ���? v ������* ^#  5        '  ni-; vd.vcim-: ���  <V   nijlousni-s4,.   which ,is   caused   l.v  uxn -.-iv.'  -, '/.Inle'St 111    the    stoii.iLfh.  erfect   upon    tl'1'   Mt'tves  luis     .1     imirKi-d  i-.nil   oi'tou   11.���'">5  -  'ireHtVi'i<;-<if  �����>' -M'vel'��  ���"'f'��t'-t''\'��-    '',V',..At  'il^vS"        I here   aie   he.idn<-l*..-s   fr.om   e< !>'.  d   by  Dr.       ^in,'"'��n.. .from ��'.'-'./�����-;���>.:;.  ~        , -,1-^4 he'-SWiost   .*.\ciui,iatiiit,r   ot   no   "'   u '     ,''  Powder        ^v^&toU'o-hi- l':.rn..-r<*f-s-    \ec--ti.W.-  1   --urh  t.f!    ' ,        ^.Liilv t   will   liisaiiueni-  un   -kioh   ��'��   ��>r  '-,:-thereat.,..-.,(   of bilious   lu'.ul.u lie  ^'V-^rnan   in  reduced   . iirutustaives   is  " ^rip^a  w onian's  idea   of a hargaio���  ''''"ik -s Liuiuieut Cures Garget lo Com.  'Mlij.o,    j^�� <i^*-  1 .1.  1     '  IU) w  r'l 1! 111 iV  w , ���, 1 ^n , ,i-l  !,.- ", irit  in. n,. '. 00-  .1 n \ *i,f cf*  !ni!l_i 's    H  11   -,    til   tl.l'.lv  l- i>< I  I 'II.''-  I ���   ll - i,'U-  IOOII    I  '   '*' %  lean    .it --v  Jjru ���ii'i-'  at,  oil  t\lnc  ���.-.   fti-'I  tin  tid  1 1) mb  ady  a sin. 11,1,''''  wiirt-t      ^',  ihnu'   'o  i'ir-  g ^     I O      klVJ)  ,    ,,1    illlll'lcT.  nh,-  i,m(s  nniit   ���>-.   I'll   ',  ml  il,,J  ed   Heart.  ll    [ iitnt'i   hf��  ���,.S        I      OMl-  loi.l   I 1..it'-"  p.      \-lll�� 3  L. ���. Ill' 11  iii"  Kill    '1   >'������'     l��  .   s if. ���>'.   <iUr"  ll,,.--   UlillH-'il  11 ore do ��'i-  1.11 Is  11111 ii^1'1' lf  iri    nil   H'*  ��� 1, u>tl"l��l*  help      St ulh  lu,   ..' >������   "J  ���       ,,  IHI.-t    "  ill 1! 1   '-   ".  L1,11 p."-  Ion t     ��&tl  lit   --ll-l'-J  ,,,MV..|lt��      'Ull)  week." That !?1^."* a Vi-eek prac-lieallv ���  parked the'limit of Mr. Swinton's op'-',  porlunity, as it may be said to mark ,  the limit of the ,-;ame quality of hrahi* '  in journalism today���-and also the Hunt ,  of something far more vital, for 'the ���  difference between a Dana and a Swiii-'-1  ton defines status.���Arthur U. Kimball '  In Atlantic.  1 A  Scotcli   Story.  The following example of a  quaint, [ i.'oti(i"s   Ividney   i'ills  philosophic fjcotc-h character is related .  ip.al   to-d.i.\  in  tho Scottish American: Tbe season ,  had been an exceptionally bad one for  farming, but In. a country church not  far from Arbroath the ofliciais bad re- I  solved, according to custom, to hold the ;,  annual   harvest   thanksgiving   service../*  It was noticed that on that, particular',  occasion  Mr. Johnstone, a regular at- ;  tendnnt and pillar of the church, whose ���  crops had miserably failed, was not in1'  attendance.  The minister in the course '  of the following week met Mr. .lohn- '  stone and inquired  of him the  reason  of his absence from church on such an  important occasion.  "Well, sir," replied  Mr. Johnstone. "1 dinna care about ap-  proachin' my Maker in a specrlt of sarcasm,''  '-IliMtoi-y-  of  the  Three  Bulla.  Coinbard street,  not'-d in  history  as  ���*.  -���   Ik,  4msnian  <* 1  uitiu-ally   believes   in   lhe  jBalrv^.d   of   ��h.J fit Lest   as  long  as  he  "<lr\?<is.  it     comes     to    ,-isni'j Jr.   the  ���S'liio man.V of us aro ���ooi- clinil--  A, Why  ���1. ,.,-,.   . ... .X'l l'tieTfospitu.is.-:';"^^;':'-,���-....:;;.;: :  : ;;Iu; Grace,Hospital the "doct6i;s,,wif,h-  etl'.;;'to,:.':'.o)ve'i;ate;'',<|.n';.;,h'e.r.,':lb object?  ed./tiVclVleiiA-iiig.; tlie jiospital ;c-allyd in  a notjlei- :,doctots"'~ lie������.-t.o'l'd 5he-i- sat "once'  ..thutr '$l\<i' f IVttd-;��� lii-iglitv's :;I)isesse. rind;  ili^d'.-'li'orVywyiiVo'ved-'t'oi-th'^^  an bfioriAtion'oh  uccouht^-ofsihe1'"tia'h--  ^f^^-y,:.:^^'--;?'::.'.^/'';;-- ���'''"���V:^"���:V;:-'V-,VV:;/'V;':V;.;V;/  -,-.:.'-0'n  lieiha' ,d:isi:hai:ged, a secoiul: titrie  :-wi'fiyoi4t''-:-bcne^  i-he';-.;.doctors';-' san'd :, stai-ted -.;-'-lp��� -..,-tHkj;,  _ ���"-;-'".-;''Phe :rosit'l.o',is  a;UsLhcstei-i-ii;fe:'rft\\'oHing  is:gonc(. she iSsab-ieVto''���dq-;aii.ihe'rv,dwri;  woi'k :as :wcll: as ;h/ok: aJxei;i?herVbright;  nt-tUi: 'foiii--yeiti^oldf'-t-hi!d/ j: ','..������'���.'.,;/ '.:���',777���,  -; Jh.;-iUi;;.iiitiei-A-iey>s;Mi-s's;PKilip ;spoke:  :freely,.ofh^i-;,terrible;,trouble;and iizave  frnsti'ivi'ed: praise; to / liodd's-;-'0Ivi;dii'ey  .I'iHs../ "''���.���;.'."��� V;-.���-.���;/.������'.;;.-s'-..-':'-'���'������"',wr,'.'77':''..^..'..:j..\.   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"--:/V  ;f6r:'six 'months,"'^.snev  tal;ing   Dodd's  I-iidney  ;-st.liat!:;tirne: I/was,  six  weeKsis -ui - . v... ace /W'ospital -ahd;iw'o-  iii9111h% -"in. the "Genei-.-ilvildsin^tiK. ;,; I  ���:WftsVt,pld-ziiT;':'.bQth  ino'i-e/c.^vild bo^dnvie-foivme.-;; 1 slat't-'  ed ta'ciiig/Dodtrs-' Kidney^ ..PillssihiA'p-:  ;i-il -and-'aiii-. still ��� usnvg  ihent.V ./ They  hiVye dohe/ihe a.;wbrUtibi;^bodi/ The'  ���'Dropsy''lia-s all-leftsu'ia-anct-L aniljiow.  jdohig; all ,-ii'fy' o,w-u .v.-oi-if just X.tie same,  as' 1. iy.'tVs 'before i; v-.sis sickV-' -'; ^- :���'"'���  : - The' tJilk vliese, casos; has caused;has-  alsov-served" i iv show ''bow g-euerUV the  .liso of Dodd's .Kidney Pills has,' be-  f.-ome 'and,how, numerous arc tlie.cures  !.'.;'cttected' of Pain iii tl-uv Backi��� llhciiin-  atii-ni,,'Dropsy'; and ail .the'other. ,result ..s/of-uUsesayd' Kichieys., In fact,  cures; by������.���TJpdd's Kidney' Pills can be  found, by the. hum!red-, but.'.a case ���;in  whicii. th**v ' have. >s failed.: to   cure: has  Fine  Old A'etlierlaniln  Ilciirtrtef.  One Bart-nd  Vet of The Hague had  recently the misfortune to call a constable a monkey, an accusation which  one of the local papers pointed out aa  "being, of course, untrue" and which,  moreover, is a form of untruth not permitted In Holland.    Vet was arrested  and   brought   before   tho' judge  on  a  charge of "insulting the police," being  sen 11-need to  forty-five days' imprisonment.    I'eforo being removed he turned to address the court.    "Then 1 must  not call a constable a monkey V'' he said.  "Certainly  nor.    You ,must  not insult  the    police."      The   culprit    reflected.  "May   I, call   a   monkey  a  constable'.'"  he asked, with a Hash of genius.    The  judge shrugged his shoulders aud, holding  no   brief   for   the  animal,   replied,  "If   it   gives   you   any    satisfaction."  With a smile of gratification Vet turned ,011 his heel iu the dock and bowed  to his prosecutor.    "Good day, constable," he said.���St. .lames Gazette.  -���^br ;gene!-atiqns;;;fheV'.;'ValtieVol-ttJEr  pentiiu- :'a.s  '.'.a:-' .'rehiedial '.'.agent/,' hr/all';  affections ;piVthe  bronchial,,tubes  liiid  lu tigs'.-, has sbeeri': well ��� l>h d'wn.':-/--V.;.,-..'.���'.'.���...���.,���.���-'���',"������,���  '���;; ll ���' remained ".��� fors.Pis ,- (:?h^% .'-'io^'so.  combiiie 'Ui.r peri tine,' -lih-s-eed ./.and .'lui'lf  a,-dozen'..other  ingred.ienfs its'   to/hot  .only;.;niake; ii' woinl^rfVilIV';'sii'r;cessiiil;|;  medicine,    bvt.t ,/als-j,,   one/vhat-'i^ >o-;  pleasantito ^he^i.asfe .ai-V' o/i.ic.'Simghi.s  'for by childreii/ ; /--,;/./'   '777:./t ,-���. .'-'-./   -si  ��� 'vV'-frhe1 sulesbp Di-ssCUnis.e's^s^yriip-- of \  v.'Lansee'd'. and .'rurpeni ihe :is;Mliofe iythivii i  'tai-ej;  tiii'iUsl/.that.;';or ' : uuiiiy' siniiiait;;  remedies., V: 'I'he  result, o'f iUis/^uei-oss;.  is- tv-,;hoK't';;of./i 11,1 ittilfor,?=. -.;:,���*',���������*/;.r.7'/'��� 7:  ���;  AVhensattacked/iJyV'cod''gliS,:.-and' cbids'-'  ;wliidh'.:; tirreateit; to .-/reych -',:;.i'jie'.'-'lting5j'"  arid/prove 'sorio us; r v.hini awuKened^l-y/  :child;-en '-".with-' -c rot ipy,:' coti ghss.gasijing,  .fpr'brc-a.th; yovi-'ca-iinpt.afi'.oi-d;-to ti-'Ust  to   linilalions.  Mr. .John 1-olbird. Kch'o Bay. Ont:.  writes���������{ was iroidjled last winter  with a. verj- had cold, which was beginning to settle on my lungs'. I waa  so hoarse that J cutild .scarcely bpcuk  and had a nasty ' hut-king cough,  v.lnrh 1 euuid not get rid ot. One  bottle oi- Dr. Chase's Syrup of l.in-  ! .-.eip-il ti nil Turpentine cmed me, and  , 1   can  inMi'tily i-ficnniinond  it./'  Dr.   Chase's   Svrup   of   lanseud  and  Tiirpenlinu  ia. soltl   by  all   dealers   at  1 he .idiert lKcd  i'i ice,   25   cents a bot,-  th-.     family     .-i/.i-     (three      times    as  I hiri;e)   t.-o cents.     I-"!dinansoii,   bates  i  1 Cck  Toronto. '  I     '1 o   protei 1  vou J atramst   unitationa  ���lhe  portraiL  mul  si'jiuit.ii e  oi  Dr.   A.  \\ .   ''base,      tluj    fai.  aulhoi', are on every bottle.  jus   receipt  boo'*.  gP5**.   ^   ' ^S ^ r     ". ft f7 ��� Ji     E0wil CNt-   1��   HAHDtE YCUR  SHIPMENTS  llf%      W   iflP  3      OS &"&  f   10 C0SSI3S  YOdR  CR'IH   TO  A  RELIABLE   FIRIi  B��tr \J?       B     %t# *y&       VI 9   <&L 3 ll  Oi   PROMPT SERVICE   AND  CAREFUL   ATTErJTMN  It so, the nnflarsignetl wuntynur buniu?^ nntl will n���iltaiiii- to ijlve xatistacttoa  The oldest eslcMi"'"."!   Orain Coairuissiou  S Geain   Exchange.    Winnipeg.  <^'  ?&X&XtoBBZ!2E*&SS&lXS!a����ll&^l!&Y&X&F!m  rV*C��f.  >tr-.  "I  was sick  said, '"before  Dills.       Durin  weeks    m     C'  ,,,....   -a ill   von   abt>��   a   rouah   to   ...����  ,  %-ate''.voin-    thioat   or   hinc*'   nil.I    ���.'�����       ^  Whei),   l.V   thi��   timolv   nso   .11   I.irUyS   A|>��\  rislt.'-Vol     filliiic    ii     ioii.itmi|'tive>   ��-������ ^ ��-���  -./.ConsaNiil'ti-.o  SvMio.   He*   Pijin   c.oi,    -<- ^��l  "laved'mul   tli>* dmicrer  uvoulmt       No-  -^  '4\m V-'omh.iui   .0   th,   tusto.   nsi.    ui.s     -  . '   Tossed   lor   rolievinc    lioulinir   m"    < ;  "f  ?.*SWJKanictif..,.   ol   tlu>. Uu-o.a   -,....!    ����>��^  ;COURfc<��    .-..'.els,   lM-nnrliiii'*:    etc'-  -"'        '  "'-Authorities   leave   us   bewihl M-d   as  ;to  what   wo  are.   i-oni.MidittK  h'-tv/ceii  1 cwhut   we   ilibi>..   what   wo   read,     and  '    what we cat.  Do you catch cold.easily ?  Does the cold hang on.?   Try  i_oiaoai��  -���* * *v -*   ������ ,      , ,���  the great London street ior banket-, derived its name from the Doi.irobarts a  race of rick bankers wno settled t.cic  in the reign of Edward II and w_hose  had"c the three golden balls, taken  Somihe lower part of the arms of the  dukes of Medici, continues lo this da\  n-v he the sb-n of pawnbrokers��� moncj  ,  ���,,���..   ... .  lender,    Tim ba.li on the rich crest of    >ct .to be reported.  the Medici  were  blue, and only since  the middle of the  nineteenth   cenliuw  have thev, in the pawnbrokers   sijjns.  been ailded.    The position of the ball.  is popularly   believed, to indicate  tha  there are two chance-, to one that what  is brought there will uot be redeemed.  ��� St. Nicholas.  in the  . I'l 00-  9>  CM.li.,-*|l  '"���"^F'i  eV'V^Hl  - vi��(!  The Lung  Tonic  It cures   tho most stubborn kind  ��  of:   coughs   and   colds.     If   it  doesn't cure you, your money  will bo refunded.  Prices:, S. C. Wklis & Co.   S03  25c. 50c. ��1    T-cRoy. N.'Y..'Toronto'.Can.  Ci-oxM-imil.i   nnrlal".  Formerly ,lt was a general custom to  rrcct crosses at the junction of four  roads on a place self consecrated  according to the piety of the ago. S n-  cides and notoriously bad churn teis  were frequently buried near to 11 ls-o,  not with the notion of indignity, out  n spirit of charity, that, being excluded  'from holy rites, they, by b,l..K bun��  at crossroads, might be in places next  in sanctity to ground actually couse-  crated.  ' 'Dhysieie.n���-Vour  trouble lies  larynx./thorax'-' an il\. epiglottis.  1'i.hau-���lndai.'e '.'' aiidsnie 'a.i't,-he.i-'"thii'tk-  in-th'  trouble was  in .mo .throat /  Sicard's Liiiiment Cures Colds, e&  ; ,A Ivingston lady owiis.a.'H>!r':.l'..whit:'lv  isover twenty ycarSoM: F.vi'lis-.tiy  Ihat  feathered .songsicr.  iij<e uraivv Vvi"  .Kingston's fair .maidens, is too.'-'an-  cient,,td  siitg well.- s'':   ���''  .;/ ���������       ''���'/'  Iialin   of   Clils-iul.  The real balm of Ciiiend is toe dried  juice of a low shrub which gro* s m  fc: It is very vnb,vble,iuid -uce  for the amount .of biilni^hlctb   --.it  shrub never exceeded. s.M> ^1. a  day.    According fo.lose1,l.u^��c)h.u  or balsam   of  GUcad  was one m ���    t  preSe.Usgiven-byihequoe.v^Sh<_b.  to Kim: Solomon. "J he ancumt.^^  p'lvsicmns prescribed it evidently lo.  .   * .       , 1. ,.1, ,-i  ../��� Coriicoh . I'ipcx.   '  "You see," said the smoker, "I'm,very  fond of tbe corncob pipe'.. In the tirst  place, it's a clean, sweet, cool smoke,  and, in the second, it's so pleasant to  think you're smoking something so  quiet and rural and natural as a pipe  made just by cutting a hole .in a corncob.   It's so primitive, you know."  "Yes,"  said  his friend.    "Only  most  'corncob  pines-aren't-made  that way.  It's the popular supposition that they  are, I "know; but. as a matter ,of fact,  the new and most popular process is to  take the -whole cob, grind it up, mix it  with one or two other substances and  then   shape  the.whole' into   the  pipe  form.     It   makes .a   better   and  more  lasting pipe, and in this way the whole  cob can be used and not a grain wasted."   .  Cmi: Ait 1111 nla   BlunliT  It Is hard to tell whether animals  blush, for their faces are covered so  thickly with fur or'hair or feathers  that we do uot know what may be going on beneath hide or skin. Were they  as bare faced as man is it Is more than ,  likely we should see them blush, espo- '  cially the more bashful sort and those  with, some sense of shame.  It is the case that the faces of vultures flush, and several of the monkeys  become purple with rage, which may  be considered as a kind of blushing.  This may be proved any day in any  zoo, where the monkeys seem to fly into  a passion ou the smallest provocation.  Boiled  Witlvont  Fire.  Every day in London scores of workmen's kettles, are boiled ,in lime that  Avill afterward bo used for Its proper  purposes. Just before the breakfast  hour, say, one of the workmen empties a quantity of the dry lime from a  sack. , In . the center ofsthls lime ha  makes:. a hole, and' Into it Avater 13  poured. Then ho puts his kettles into  the water, and in a. few minutes the  kettles boil.    In thousands of cases a  tire is thus spared.    ���  1.  l-fc  isn't true   BECAUSE   ^iw  -wtrtss say   s-fc  BECAUSE  j 1  J     8      ��  ld-Brooir  Clean  the  E3es_����- ���<=���  You    Buiile*ir��e "?  l-f 1.G0,  fimr&  Tin��  Best   E3^i!c3ine  Paper  IVtad��.  ,t I. very much .tron,.r and KJ^MSffW^  li-.*) puner. It la Imporviot.^ to wine'. MJ��.PB ��l ^ ^ ' tnst0 or flavor to  rics no smell or orlor. -absorbs no e.,oe, ,UI V'^'^ely used not only for  "nythinir with which it comes 111 ft"1"- �� Yuildlnpsy refrlpcrutors. dalr-  "eeiin/ houses,   but   ��^r    umiiR   cohi   st   raBe   bu Id..n^   keep   an   even   fcod  ^0rTT^^^7^^r^^s  tlm.  avoiding  dampness.  Writ, our Agents, TEES & PEHSSE, Winnipeg, lor santp,...  The  E. B. EDQY GO., Limited, HULL.  j Feed your hair; nourish it;  i eive it something to live on.  ! Then if will stop falling, and  i will grow long and heavy.  I Aycr's Hair Vigor is the only  *Vo   \jrOQCl^ A     lllS      physicians  prescribed  it c  -KAyer's Pills  are good   liver dy^psia a^^uc^  '���'������pills. You know that. The best'  " ^family laxative you can buy.  / 'They keep the bowels regular,  cure constipation,      '���c-AyorCo-  J. C. AyorCo.,  Lowoll, Mfis��.  IIU'l-l'  oiu'  lid > l.""  VlliiliiHIl'"1''  l.oi I   H',nt  ^itisl.t' ,l)l'  II  IL'   '  <JWant your moustacheorbeard!  a bcnutlf ui brown or rich black? Use J  INGHAM'S DYE  n    ^    n..t   . nr\     ,linill    V'lT  nmcrj.  R. v. raix* co.. !,<A��ntu. w.-n.  r,  ttn-11 thrt  iin'ii. i-1"'  J. 85. GLARSC, Agent, Winnip3g.  ' t  n:ii*Krii'"��.  : wife (homo I'roin a -shoppini; ,lour)-  Jr mired but: and I had such an  inSvU ��l-rieuce today  1 feel uos:-,  UnSb;S-We,..youoertainiylookas  if vou should be cheap.  Wife-Llow'do you inenn? ���  .-   ,  Husband-Shop-worn., V     ...  Intcrcstcil   <;enerosi<y.  '.Tliat is very  generous  of old  man  Go^lpnyin^or1.H.musK:a.(0ducs  tion.qf the girMvho lives tte^t doo.  to  "���Yes. buthehass.ipuh^'^t^^  shall learn it all in. Uuropo. -Ci.k..-1-  tiati Times-Star.  11  iH?nr  hair food you can buy. For 60  years it has been doing just  what we claim it will- do.    It jjj  will- not disappoint you.    '   ^  " M? '.-nlr nscil to t)C very short,   nut attar  il.ilui; Ayov's lliilr VI|-or s short tiir.o It beftMi  to prow,.ivntl now is-1j'toiirtren iiii*lie* loiip-.  ri   This scoms'a splc-nilUl result to moaClorbaluj  (5   ulmo^t wlt-liout any lmlr." ^  rJ       Wi;s. J. 1.1. 1'U'Ea, Culorailo Sprinji, Colo,   fc  S1C0 s.'rattle. > J. c. AVKit co., M  S All'ilviufclstR. ��� ��^.c l'f.��'':'��.  JIJ'vB  StrauKo  Huprieiiinjj*.  A 'Michigan woman was scanning  over the marriapc columns of a newspaper and remarked to her husband,  "Here's a strange coincidence���a William   Strange   married   to   a   Martha  Strange."  "Strange indeed," replied her husband, "but, 1 "expect the next news will  be a little stranger."  ��� Try OQILYIE'  "ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD  S  ri  A  PERFECT  FLOUR  FOR���  BREAD  AND���  PASTRY  SOLD���IN  ORIGINAL  PACKAGES  ONLY���  BY ALL  DEALERS.  A   Vewretnrlnn. ������'  "That man," remarked the great de-  teclive, "is undoubtedly a vegetarian  of the most pronounced type.",  "How do you make that but?" queried  his friend.  "Oh. that's easy," replied the great  detective. "He litis carroty hair, reddish cheeks, a turnip nose and a sage  look." .','������"'  "gs^^as^^^ssss  ���^ss s5��saE^��S2gaS��ES��8S!3g  ���Spff^i  ce  GRAY'S SYRUP does that one thing,  and docs it well. It's no "cure-all," but  a CURE for all throat and lung troubles.  GRAY'S SYRUP OF RED SPRUCB  GUM stops the irritating tickle ���- take*  8W8T the soreness���sooths and heals the  throat ���and CURES COUGHS to stay  cured.' -    '  None tlie less effective Decani* It ia  pleasiint to take.        ��� .;  2o cts. bottle.  ^iiiai-i |e"  are liii''11-  toll   I'"1  ur.il'l"''1 "1  , il.'Mll'1  l.st  t  A  .WronK  IllK.litea.  Young Wife (at dinner)���I didn't tell  you, Adolphus, I cooked the dinner to-;  r==^ ,- day myself.     ^ ���  j  ST.fcMje'M'BHiPi'e F'noy filrf l!��l,Kfs'��f       Husband ���Indeed!      Theti    in    my  IlSriSpapgr^ THE   Ui.aU0.Umsy    tll0UKhls i have been doing poor Mary.  and MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, BOOKS, etc.,'   Ana a great, UijtlsUce.  'dispatched   to  subscribers   bv  .first   nwils   by.  \VM.   DAWSON   &   SONS,   Limited, "Cannon  Mouse,   Hivam'i IkiikliriKs,  l^oadou,   England.  The largest Subscription   Ay entry in the world.  Send  for   oiir list,    l-'rei;  on application.    Est.  lf30'J.    lJioii)i)t and reliable.  ������You bold " my i'utnn\'hai>r:.nes.v''  'ho. told the irirh. ^Vhv ilon't ^r���^  Polu it- voiii-si-li 7 " she asked c>ylv.  Ami ,siie. wasn:t - sn heavy that he  cpublu't fh> it easily. ���  A   Nnttiral   Mi.itiike,  The' Terror���Do   people  often  throw  things at ybu, Mr. Doughby?  Mr. Dougbby���Xo, Tommy.   Why?  The Terror���Well, sis says you're an  easy mark.  <^<3rPM      Jlll^v  IllOlli  ht, IIlid "fl  'S   VVIOUg'  sim      sa    liste saa ��a- "ss*^ ****** *w __fc gtrr.;n_neTer  lb la tho fence that has utood tho  test. "M,";ir:^tSS?"o��l ^tor direct irom bb.  WRS-tho sumdard tho world over.    Order U.roimlt our 10       /,..,���       ��i. Joiir., S.B.  THE PAGE WIRE; i^EKICE T-^. LIMITED  VatkcrvUlc. OaU      Bonlrral. tt��c  201  -^TlnaJpeC. Maa|  Tholr   Crafty   War.  "But how do you  keep a cook when  you live in the suburbs'?" i  "1   threaten  to 'discharge  her  every {  day,  nnd  my wife does discharge her  each week."���Brooklyn Life.  Sunlight Soap will not injure  your blankets or harden them. I.  will make them soft, white and  fleecy. %u  ��� Nothing hurts ,a small, man as much  as'to have  people .ignore his  threats.  IT LAYS A S-ril.ElNi: -I'-VNl). <>^  PA IN.-For pains in tho.ioints ��n< lira 1*  a.c.l "fur   i-hfun.atic   pains     'K-ur.   aia..a..'1  i:n;^>v::^r'rl^n-u1^b"tt.u*'si<in  ::,i,^ronr;.o'v" iv:U ^.\L* ..����..-  li^in   ii/uUc.i.rop.-'ty'Of    rca.oMac  '(���unlit.v  it  is.  nr^^j   \nv vmms man.who-has never, hew  in'love oughl. to have money m the  snving-s ha ok.    Minard's UoimenTcwe^  - T�����n't  thuik   that -Treatise   a.  rutin's  'word   is   as   good   as   his   bond,     .ho.  his  bond  is  worth  anything.  w. r��J  \~>.   JXSo    ��*���>T  W^l  ^sm^*m^^s^^^W^ L-Vf  '.,'-i^-tSSTTK-'*  ^^ ^^j^��. rfc^^^g^at^aatwfcwi^a^ggw^Mifigs*^^*^^"  T  j  -t  j1-  ? ib!is.h"d in tho irtcre<;i of the people  of Movi" ST.dTJarJ ICr-olonav.  \ .J". ��'iiVTa & GO.  I'cbllsliers.  ��� '.Trs. or '���f-ti't rii'Tio:;.  =��� iTUF-BAY, FEB. ��0 130;.  THE  POST  OFFICE  DRUG STORE,  >".bb o,  vot..ken ��. greai many d.iloront  metiici33r ."oi stomach trcublo and  constipation,,''says Mrs. S. Geiger, of  Drnkerior-, lowi, "but never had as  good r.T-jJt l.oa nay us f;cnj Cham- P, D, HOPE, Mgl*  bcrlain'j flfomach and Liver Tablet.*.."!  For sr.ia b^'all (li-uggipto.  ���d  ..no  too1  -���-������'ij- j���  vioyie Leoor union  NO. 365, A. Jjp.U.  i Meet* ;a the I. 0. O. P. hall every  ! Saturday   c;c.:.nj   i.t   2   o'clock.  j -/isitij'L'iircthiiJ::  aro cordially in-  l vitqd  to   attend   t: 3*3  meeting.  4�� ^r-^4'vL'^^^^^^S ,3?'*u."Vi.'-*w>ie.*>��*. ^'Sv^^?^^  ��� "The board of'Hediiss crunrr-is'Bionen-  ���vid the license inspector have not a=  ytt been.'.Appointed ior this district  .*'���� the prc.-etH year; nor as a niuici  'of ��\<c! hivo they been apptiinted for  �� niie of' lhe other districts of the  xfr ince. Nu rsa'sbn \i <pven hy the  v, r.-v.ruii'-fni lnrthe delay,  '1 bora seams to be en" alrnoft. r.ni-  t t:. 1 fympalhy willi- Jajv.ivaud it io,t  '' i.*c(' principally on {'dmiration fo;  ..im c-iti.-'���>���_;'. ol Hie .Jajr.'n.t-'i iij c.dliiiu  1 ����� [l.'o.-3i:iM niuft'. It hat been per  '=*f".lv ^-bvii)1' , 'for yfi'i-;! that Uu.-.-ia  n ��� i httii'jjl.iymy tlio ho:;; ir. tho fat  > ������-���'��� i'l ..O|!jo^ time 'pad, and ah oi lh(-  ' !".r ..atioi.! kr.ev/ itfM well Unit t-'n-  i-iteiKk ii n-iver to ijive up her */rip on  ihee'e  Ohiiiese   province.';;  rather  she  grip  i    ','���"���   '    ��- *.       .'i -.-   ,��� i        ' -     -.-! '-.  |    -ana, B&��h. f'Ep_oms,  1 IP #&  S  Ai Evr ���*  &  -i k  In STONE Building.  Open Wednesday  and Saturday  W..K,. Stoke, Prop.  SM?T,i,  Prcu.  :J. F, JcHH.sroK,  Sro'v.i  L O. O. F.  "No. 4 4  I'm wuiirn iwi,ijjiU)iui^,tjmn;J.a.':  e*BCS2xac3tnmOTt-m  I  a tempted   ti-   Btrmjthen  and ultimately absorb them.  'i.i-  vfer: ry si/oitA.v-.;.  '! .ml. ono of tlio reftiHa of the recoct  succs-C^ulcr. '.aadc ol the Spokane min-  i-'!erp against the alley resorts was   the  drj.'iijg oi -JTailev lvunif-n   to   Nelson,  ib, the =U.U*:uoul raads  by   Rev.   IIol-  ninn, pastor of jhe   Emanuel   Centre  --.-���H-i"," -.1 church of P-'lt-jii.   In a kt;.ei  "    'iii' (    Muyor Boyd of Spokane he  . -*!:;-:    ' "rh,y should these  wo'nien  be  .t'nvo.-i frpm one oity,lo another?   Will  l;-.o i.iiv.'l parsons   tall   ins what1 real  i nri'y ia   ctjtab.iifehed    by'  tlie   move.  iSoc:oty a-s a wholo'ia no better and no  w^r-fc ii%'.iuso of uv.ch 'a hioting of tlie  pawns on the social cheecboard."  ���'   "The Opokanc clergymen   no   mors  3 7xo. tho aoc'al evil by c'ausink   30. of  'heii ���>- \rr>' sis'ers transfer' Ihoir   bua-  kO  fmS  ki2l-.;ot3-Labiy!!  .<y '���? ii is��  NELSON,  15, C  CWIiwt. L_Ecrm-J4i��uV_JA5I*  Mrs. :-W. A. Prest,  Photograjjher'  Cr.mbvnok      Moj'lo,     Fovt Steele.  ���   ' (JET !'0UR. "  Vegetables,  Fruit, Tea. Coffee,  Stovepipes and  Tinware' at  1   OOI^C?'il\f5^)  Toys3 Toilet sets, pocket  books, hair brushes,  perfumes, Colognes, Etc.  ~ i  TiVVQ  'O A T t?:  ^&        '-t^ '   Aj- IV... 1 v.;-f ^Ji.^ ^jsbJ) va.-3.fl  ,  <���  Jlcsidentia' 'loir:   or! j.'Oamr.hr.il  & treat.  J,'e = !.b>nli-=!     Int..   St,   Tavistock  .'I'.reel. ' v  Hotiac and loton Vioi.oriai��i.rcct.  House and  lot on  Lake Shore  avenue.  Buehi^s    bloc!:     .->::   ��� Ylctona  street.    ,   ' ,  i  Good dairy business near town.  rT:.'jii:g stock,  .FOB, BENT. '  Office rooms and living  appart-  aients on Victoria street.,  Houkcs for rent.  We do   a   general   com mission  husineci.  jleotd every Monday evening in their  hall on 'Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd rell'-.ws I'ori'.'fill-.' i:.vit:d.  J{. .CAMi'iu.i-;.; i\ J.,Smyth,  '    Noble Grand. Secr'y.  ..ni..   i. .^. in rnn^u���wmbw ����iiimji����ii  Moyie Board of Trade  ,i.   .. k:i��ii��i.">Ull3  Meefs tin tho f;r.  evetiinf*; of raeb.    n-.-'nilh .".'.  8 ii'n'oc1: s..ai;��   iu the etir.rt ���  ho>: <. '  I ami--.; Ci'.i ���:���?:-���.*, iron. Vixc.  A. !'. M.icpor.u.n, IVgb.  V. L\, JdH.-^TOv,    ��� H..��� CAMf'DK!'^  '    '.Vice-rroo. ' Kec'y  HARVEY,.  McCAKTBE  ' & DUNBAR.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  CranbroQk,   -   ^    B. 0.  i^��^^��Wd.|My��M.�� >wi| M'i^��yi^Mrx.��t^��i��w��wi^cr^iTiii��'mMi ������.  W. T. GURD,  ^ OPERA HOUSE  A CONNECTION.  m .-������ -  I   I  CRANBKOOK  A   Modern Hotel  In a Modem Town-  (Hi \ J  SHELTON & CL4Kf.  l'roi>~U'U>.- ,  to  o *- c*^��^��***^��-b(�� ���*mwm��*^+^%*'&��*i2  />.;  UAKKiSTiii;, SOCXCITOIt, WTC,  CRA2fBR00K.  B. C  Tbe safest buy of Uio sca?on, and yuii will ibyi'.'.o y.,'tt  money iu three months. Tin? ootupuny hnve V2 cl.ii'i*.-,  which Hiirrouiid tho St. JSitgeuu mine���the larger*t ailvt-r-  loud mine on the .Vmericau'conTtiheut.'.  4  k   \  n  ���i  H  's%  .a  s  Box 35  Farrell & Smyth,  :ioyie, b. c.  ' ���ijrt:f= to I*\'5don' (ami J pr:suir.e   other j   '   \v7. II. T. OitCSBY, I'ropnstor.  r-Hi o nave their'sliare'') thr/u the Spok-1 :  '   '-':���" clergytr.'ir v/iio,. aecorciinr; le   rc-!^^ ,     T   ~ '     t  5    '" rt '-   '  I.- .rr, colk'd the negro problem' by acrid-1 ^ L       J pS��P��l-J3     Opnyeiii;. ���  :ns i colored yirl frciu hir.'otvp. fjunday  *     , ite^so::, n. a. .  c-!i,.(U,to another ri-Jiicol lor Christian        ���      ,        "     '_ '   ^ ,  jtfoarchnrj aud t/��y Cor.ooi ' conducted hy #i3 Sisters of St.. Josenh, ITelson  B. (;., Oomtr.ercial 'and' business  courses a sptcialtj*. E^co'iler.c'e unti  swift pn.gre.-j characteaice each de-  part'meht. Parento ahoulcl write for  particulars. Ono mouth aosiireo the  public'of the' thoroughness" of the  Sisters'" methods of touching. Terras  commence January, -April and 'Gept.  Pupils are aiuniUed during term.  | 0. !?. DESAp'pijrSR  1 ���'���!���(.  instriu-tion., After all Kelerin hao SO  moi". taul Spokane has ^0 less fallen  ;v ���>;:.��� in ilov.' hao socioty as z- v/hole  bt-.'.n  helped?"  ���Jentleiicy of the J'iiueR.  "'I'h.' I'-ndoncy of inodicel   ���?cier:..,c.'   is  iowtud prevonlive ilieasureo.   Tho hesf  Ll  jtirt'i I ���. f tho world is beinj; iiiven   to  ihc .-ubjec'.     It ?;-, casici'mil hjtUr  'o  ,-ro-o:;'- ilian' to   cute.    It   has   been  'till -   Jf..nonsu..iod   that pnei:ino*]iii��-  .:���  n o." ilia   nioit   dangerous   disease.0  tl:  t   mcdiciil   man   have  to  contend  ���\\i;i��, v an "oo prevented by   tlui   uj;c of  Ctiamberla-.n-'d Cough Remedy. Pneu-  .sifjni'-. i.'-'.-,M\a reaulti,   from   a  cold  or  I'roni jn al,a-.���.;.- of inf!ue:i^.t fgiiip) and  it h.iri been L'i,;.i--.'e;I th:i: !}ij'u   remedy  .Oliriifti-at:',:; ���'.;iy    '.^Jtzoj   iboe  f'is ��� i  2=?i'?   :oR.8r.|  p3,e;;mnr.;i;;   Thij   haul  PROMPT DELIVER"/  QiU0<=ns?.A'?e,  DR. F0 E. KING-, *  Cra-nbrook; ��� B, 0.  J   ��� J    '     -'     ��'i  ��n ��� -    *     -i �� ^-~h ^i >. ^-��,        <  T -     ^   -..      ^"   [ ^   v -  O   " c -    -  l)  GteQEge H,1 Thompson,  Barkistkt., SoLtciTC::, Notary Public, <��'c.  Golicitor for tlie Imperial  Banli of Canada. ���  i�� ���       .   -  -  British Cor.r-,niA  lock Is Now'Selling |  '$  ury  at III' uents a snare  pyj   For Particulars apply tc  -,-*  L  0SM0P0UTAN  ���wa.:M:gJfcjraLx.T^  Tlie Meyoi il Mm  M\mk '  ARROW   LAKE,  B. ;0.  The IVilosf'Complete  Health Resort on  the   Continent  0)  iwwuinc^aia^wot.coacj-  ���B.-  S2L'  -',.'i'*j  North Amerios,  acci; fully proj'��ui ia man;- (hoaeiinda j  oi cites in   which   this   remedy hai ���    ^^ BATKS Cure all Nervous  anil  been used during the preyelance of  colds :nd grip in rccfr.t y?'.\r$, antl  r.. r> h: le'.i.-.d >;pya -vith implicit' ponfi-  dfii-i.'.    Be on the ;iafe  i,itio nnd   take  Muscular Diseases.  Its  WATERS    Heal   all    Kidney,  Liver and Stomach AilmctU3.  'hey  are  a  Neverfailing    Pemedy  .'���"bci.Y.nc-.i-ioin'u r ,-iri, v^^,^ i ' ^0l' fl'' Rheumatic Troubles,  -iian.o' nam b 0<.iugii Remedy at, soon  Our aim Is Cc please patrons.  Good   draft and   bottled   beer  always .on hand.  JOSEPH NIEDER8TADT, Prop  TO AUD FROM ALL  ::ovie g i.t..jrxo hotkl.  I  FARRELL & SM��TH���  ������},  *4  >/  m*  'J  :i  i   v*  y   BOX S5.  ^26Qi^^2B2Scffia2K2��aE^'^SS�� 2��2��2����v  MO^-JK.. P.   C -.j  �����i*^-n ��*(��������* *  -�����*   i . "^.   VV-"  iLiak ��oai\lFor:  ���; ���     fines tQ the = .   ������  The hast oVJaccommodations  forjthe traveling public.  B. J. McMahon, Mgr.  tt��j?*KSEirrc=orrcx3Er  xr&txarztut  O  as the cold   is  contracted.    It ^always,  cures,    .For sale hy all druggists.  wanti:d~hbveraL  industu-  iot 5 persons iii each utato   to   travel  *''" hr   i-n e.,t::\.ii<.l,cd eleven ye.irs   and I . IT  with a laige capiLal, to call upon   tner  ci.  nlrf end agents! iot   t-ucct^rfuh   and  proilr.i'bio    line.    Pei main nt   enyu'i'-  i.tonl.    AVic-k'ly    ca^h   '.tl.iry   ui  $-21  .ui.l u'il  1,1.1 ,���( Yf.i^   ��� .-.-peiiM'-   ,-ii-.'!   hctc]  l,.:i . -iv ltici-ii l-i rj'iil, eaeli   v,u^k.     !'?x-  i t-rie'i-.-e not   ei-ential.    Mciui.'n   k [-  er- .;cu rtid em ].w ..rli'-.td iK--i'd i-i*  i- ���  l..po.    TJLK_  NATlL'NAf.,   :j:jo   Dear-i  born '-J'., t/'hiciitjo.  Y'7 :-;t:ci>���paitiipul pkiwon  i) call on retail ttnde   unci   agents fur  maiiUiactUiing    iiuuse    having   ,  wei,  e:..|abl.i,lif''.i   bueiness;   local   territory:'!  FM-uigbt, salary  $20  jjaid   weekly . and |  c-;-:per.so,    money    advanced ;'. previous '  ���c-A-perience uiinececsary ; position .per-,  m.'.nent.; bu-siness successful.  Enclose  k'.-]f-j,dr3:-es.ic-(! entelupiv   'Superintend-  ont Travelers,. (JO.') JJonon Bldy,, Chiea-  ��� LOT TO SELL, ���  A HOUSE TO RENT.  MINING STOCK TO' SELL,  Or.if you -.visit tu invest  in any .of tliorio consult  FARRELt   \ SMYTH.  TERMS-r-$ 15 to $18 per week,   according to residence in Hotel or Villas,  ���a��rapJ*H'..E11Ji*vi����J1��'fl^fi;~y.;  TC��?r��^aj'Ai^gn��wowa.|iM  n  -iS  -VI.V-  FQlt   PINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  MEKOHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported     Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  >j k i  1  lVlAl-v['CJKA.CTUK ERS'  I  W   ���)llj>��l>��>MI'Jtl^l/W  l L��E^    INSURANCE*  3 "* ���|1"1" ���^���^wiiwi. ���! mi n,    i t\j)vjunm*m\au*Jm^��uamm\m^mmt^mmaBmmKm  |  COMPANY.    .:'..!  9  I  Which .Furziishhs Life  Insurance as an'invest?  insnt for you and a safeguard for your family.  a  wrcnKzmrm  Wi  il  in art  w  iiaiiway  ��  ;EAST KOOTENAY:BQTTL!NG   CO  j CRANBROOK, B- C.  j Areated Waters of all  | Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphens.  0  11  .IIP  ft &.  M1%;  y^  Prices Q-Ive^.  and   Orders   .  Talien on  Everything  in the Printing'  Line at the  TO  I  spokane,   Scattio   and  Conyt  Points.1. wuoj.ksalk amu uetaiIi  | MEAT     MERCHANTS-  Bt. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis  Chicago and Points East.  "'ft TRAINS DAILY tf|'������'  ��    FAST TIME    ��  |Kew   Erpiipmcnt    Throughout,-  Hay  I.'-     Coai. Lf.'H, l\i lace 'ii-iid   Tourist  |      .   ,,: SieeperH,,Oh-iihg unci .Buffet -Smoking and Library Cars.  Po:- Ticket's 'itiU^, Polders and  Pull information, call on or address any On at. 'Northern Agent  or write  Hi f i A..M. r.  I.'l'JN.N'l.S'l'iiX,  fi.  \v.  "f.A.  ?   S -J'fm, I G12 l-in--.tiAvenue.       'Sj-:attlk, Wahu  i��&��S^��33&l^2��^S^&5233S  .4  1.11  ,V/ K1) E USTjv /) 7.\ !i l IIS TJ'IK 1<Zltl.ii., CO.  Beer Always on'Hand-  Qj utility [jnot excelled [In the country .[J Try it.2^'  __   be convinced.  ��.u.ia..t.crr.'Tr^P w...uiwjj..ifu iwwi^w ww.  ��.,.^.,|* .^ nijroM.*jmm,'.uH'��.^f*'  ��� ?3�� A  ���r     I  ��� Prcah   and Cured Meata,-'.Fresh'  Fish, Game   an:i   Poultry.    We  t-upply ';'only. .tlnj   best.     Your'  trade solicited.  EMAKK.KTH  In    all   the   Principal  Oitiesjand;^ Towns ~ m j |  /IT?  "R   C 'I  Hkahquaku^'kou East Koote.vay ' 'ft n,,>'/;15  ft  |       jujk^w Jk jBwjgu^ Jt.c ^^ -js: $**& $*7& o  P. V. JOILNSfdW  'I*  j>.This Hotel is Few. and', well Furnished... Tho ��  [British Columbia.  Tables are Supplied with the Best the 4;  Maritet aflbrds., TH& Ear is Filled with i  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. \  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMKRCIAL  Amy MINING MEK,g:��  niMTTSlI f!IH,'*�� "T.  ' f^!2E  ryiV  '���.J-T ^  * -T>^  v-r. f5*"��.  -   '������*<  k  *;   .*v^B   c -*��j/b  fSf����|  .iaW  "'������ %5>  '*    K  [<-t  ha'c  Iv  'f mt  1   i  rn�� .  r  o  *:������� ^*������������66����������� ������66 S���^������������ *������ ������^ifSe����S��6��P *^y>$*.-5�� <\


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