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 fi  4*0^*^  **   . *        Our ,   ��.  WATCH   REPAIRING  satisfies the most exacting.'  TRY US.   '  Wilson, the Jeweler. -  >C   R  A  N   B   R   0/0   K|,  "^yyyyyW/irVlrVVVW^VVVy  ��� ril  / Ifyouwtytto see and read with   c,  cyiiifort get a pair of  ^VILSON'S GLASSES X  W. H. Wilson, jeweler, optician. >  }C  R   A   N   B   R   0   0   K*  VOL.l^Na46-  MOYIE,'Bl p.,   FRIDAY, FEBRUARY- T7, 191K  &2,a VhAJi  B IRKS'  SUPERIOR   MAIL   SERVICE,  jreadies cvery-inliabilediportion of British Columbia and the  Yukon. You need not go to Vancouver to shop at Birks.  You can have'the benefit of our immense stocks, our great  Variety of gtiods, and our moderate prices right in your own  homes. "A card will bring our catalogue which is filled  'with bargains^    r ; fy     >;'   J '  AH goods prepaid to your nearest railway, station,.  Henry Birks &Sons^ Limited,  iewelery mail order house.'''    ' - ( Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir.,  ���' a wc_ V,;,.,",Vancouver;,b: c.   ���'"��� t.   '-,  Skating Was Never. Better.  V , '-'  .We carry a 1ine��*ctf Skate's,, Hockey     \'  v'Sticks/Pucks,  Ankle; Supports, "���/"  -. < / -, ',.   \ Skate Straps.     ,      '  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  To Old' Man's Home  f u,   LOCAL ASSAYS J  % (If  The fur  crop  west this season.  Is , light   in   the  Thomas A.  Edison, the  inventor, is Oj years of age.  Tho mayor of Rossland   get9   a  salary of $000 a year,   ���    ' -."  ''      ___    '   '���     '  More than' two ��� miles .of   silk  frequently are taken from a single  COCOOU.        l    it  I       ' .     , '   ���, , KiT,\HT.ISIti:i>   J8D7 ���     ,��� ' ,  INSURANCE  and' MINING '  '" ." and INVESTMENT BROKERS.,    \'    ���  HeadOffice'   ;"��� ^   '  '   ,' .'/" S   "    ���    ' CRANBROOK,,B:  ' o  a   ^" ";   ���'' -",'-'  'MOVIE'S* LEADING    HOTEL. .     /     .,'.   %  >     '''1;^",, ��"'      TBTTT ''.,   'y     *. '��� >     '      .-hWffi  'Already the date has been_ set  for the Spokane .Interstate Fair,  rib will run from October 2 to Stb.'  ���> The'Ijestlofaccommodations - / , r ���' '*  ��� i;^^;^v^^hfe-tlie .Traveling Pj&plio.y;, .,;��-  n     ^.MV^.^ai ,l%ji-tV< i^i'*- -,i_/*r>'��J��-v1^ - f    ,1  -  i��lJ     i  . *   ,-^, -,i     -j *       -  -       4   _     v *��� g��_  ^ ; 5'    - f^rgo ^tt<1 Commodious Sample Rooms.      , ���    Biilia��r.Room��.      it,  McTAVISH & CAMERON" Proprietors.  3  Asmaae by the present brewer is admittedly the Best Beer in East  Kootenay. With the Best Malt and the Purest Spring Water ���x6 is  unexcelled for auality.    Insist on having Moyie Beer.   ^  1I()TT1.K��    ASH   Dlt.VFT    15EKU  MOYIE  BREWING CO.  MUELLER & HESSE,'  PROPS.  MOYIE,  :b. o.  The Cranbrook Co-operative Stores  J   Is Offering Very Attractive Prices On AH Their  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  25 per cent  discount will be giveu off every piece for the next month  Here Is Your Cb.ance.  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD.  Ore is being shipped from the  Molly Gibson mine to the, smelter  at Trail.   ' r        ,",- ,  ' Nearly one-fifth q�� the deaths  in England occur in public insti-  tutions,     , '<  - -"'       T~ * " ' ' <,"  A pair of-engine driving wheels  are reckoned to last about'07,000  miles' travel- ���   '*  'New York city, lik'es peanuts-  Its people consume $4,500 worth  of chem'every.d'iy.   ���  The old timers of' Cre3ton had a  banquet at' the Burton hotel  Tuesday nighb. , ,       " *  With, a ticket ' for Kamloops  and enough money in his pockets  to'pay for his , meals en' route.  Hen Pugh bid good bye to East  Kooteuay lasts' Monday and left  for the Old Man's home, where he  expects to spend the remainder of  his day*..-' -He'will be 70 ,years old  iu Aptil,'.but is still' hale and  hearty considering' the hardships  he has been.through during'' his  life.' Pugh came", to East Kootenay ? about', 18 years^ago and  worked on the survey of"the  Crovv'ri Nest railway.' Ho did a  little pi-ospectiugt as a side , line  and was iri the vicinity of Moyie,  when theVSc., Kugene" was' staked  by James Cronin, Father Coccolo  and'Indian-Peter. In company  with ,the engineer, a man" named  Hogg^' Pagh")staked the cMoyie  and Queen, oT; the   -Hills claims,  which lie between the Lake Whore  , ,    i, . -.,     ,   ,  and the St. Eugene and  are  now  in the group owned by the Consolidated Company. Pugh shortly  afterwards sold his. interest to  Hogg for $1,800. Since they were,  developed, thousaudsT of 'dollars'  worth of ore-have'been taken, out  of these claims. , When Pugh ..was  a young man he.was a member ot  tho Northwest Mounted'Police.1 ,  There are said to be 100 cas?s  of smallpox in the, province \ at  the present time/  ���      _'  ' ^ChieE of Police ,,Yout)g, of Nelson was last J-week' mirried to  Miss StellariTtvmblyn.'-    *     *\.   ���-  Nest month a third..ferryc boat  will ply. between Vancouver and  North Vancouver.  Drunken men are not permitted  to ride upon . Canada Northern  railway trains. '   <  Over 100 buildings were erected  iu Merritt last year. Their construction took over 2,000,000 feet  of lumber.  The C. P. R. depot at Vancouver, is to be extended to cover  the wharf used by the .Empress  steamers.     , c  Prince Rupert has dispensed  with its city solicitor, , and pays  for its' legal advice upon the  European plan.  �� Out of every million letters  that pass through the postoffice  it is calculated thac only one  goes astray.  Dr. F. W. Green is at Victoria  interviewing the government on  tho subject of an isolation hospital for Cranbrook.  A Few Good  Thin  Morris Berranged  Andy, Morris, au_, ex^constable,  is being, taken' to Nelson today by  Constable J. T.''Browning.' , ,At  Nelsdn he will be examined as" to  his6 sanity. Morris came here  about a week ago, -and,in, a ,few  days"showed sighs "of being men  tally- , 'derriauged.. * Coustable  Browning, locked him up, and  under instructions ,from the chief  constable at Fernie is taking him  to Nelson. Last fall while Morris  was constable at Michel he became derranged, and' madejseveral gun plays. lie was locked  up and seemed to recover. "Wheu  lee out he was discharged from  the employ of the government.  How About Your Fire  Ins  SEE  Bov   4.  MOYIE,  BO.  Imperial  Bank of Canada.  ���   v   -    ������'  a -ftIO 000,000.00  Capital^Author^d- -^J^ )(m00  Capita ^ibscn ed���- :i575)000.oo  Capital Paid lp-���.---���- J__.��������� ���  Reserve   Fund ������~    .....-5.575.O0O.OO  '-BRANCHES.  IH BRITISH COLUMBIA- _      ^  Oraabxook. Arrowhead, Gold��  ^nilco^   ttche .    X���^���  S Ternie Nelson, Eevelstoke. Victoria, Vancouver. *  I SfSte and Money Orders sold avaiblo in any  5 part of the World  1 ,   Savings Bonk .Department.     ,           j  | Interest allowed on depoiluts from ^dato ��^e����S��  _  I MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  Small farmers are encouraged  in Egypt by Government loans,  for which 9 per cent U charged  aud collected by the ' tax  gatherers.  Crestou expects to have a  good  ball team this season.    Hay  Cris-  i ier of Cranbrook   has   agreed   to  I pilch for Crestou   when   not   en-  I gaged with his home team.  The newspaper plant of the  Spokane luland. Herald will be  sold at auction oh February ISth.  The outfit is-appraised at; $4-1,000.  The paper was started about a  year ago, but has not. been a paying venture.  Carl Morris, the "White Man's  ''��� Hope," is a locomotive eugin(eer  | by trade. He's as big as a sky-  ! scraper aud weighs about 230  ! pounds in condition. He is an  intelligent fellow. There is Indian blood in him.      ���_���.  How to cure a cold is a question  in which many are interested  hist now. Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy has won its great reputftr  tiou ancUmtnensesaie by its re-  mai-kablo cure of colds. It can  always bo depended upon. For  sale by all dealers.  Change at Bank  A. change iu the management of  the Imperial Bank of, Canada at  Moyie took plaoe yesterday. , "W.  H. Swan, who for almost a year  and a half has been in charge, has  been transferred to the Nelson  branch, and J. "W. McKee, formerly of the Nelsou branch, is  nowhere. Both Mr. Swan and  Mr. McKee are popular young  men. ' Mr. McKee is not a stranger to the people of Moyie. For  several 5'ears he was connected  with tho Imperial Bank at Cranbrook. and part of his ,work was  to come to Moyie on paydays.  Hockey Games  The Rover hockey team of Nelson, intermediate?, played the  Cranbrook intermediates last  night and will play at Fernie tonight. Arrangements may be  made for them to play here Saturday night.    The   result   of   the  gamo   last   night    at   Craibrook  was 1 to 1  The Nelson senior hockey team  aro figuring on making a tour of  the Crow's Nest, during which  they will ���' meet .'Cranbrook and  Fei-uie, next week. They'll probably leave Nelson on Monday  morning's boat..  :  J. P. Farrell was in Cranbrook  Tuesday.  Graham Cruickshank is taking  in the Rossland carnival.  lien Brosse'au'was over, to Nelson during the week.  Chas. Messinger was ,,up from  Cranbrook during the .week,  . Mrs. McTavi'sh was up-' from  Cranbrook the first of the week.,  ��� There 'will be no service at the  Presbyterian church Sunday.  O. J.  Johnson  is, spending   the  winter, in Los Angeles,  California.  1 Eight miners left Moyie a  few  days ago to work   at   the   Molly  'Gibson mine.'     , -   '  '��� Mrs.'J.'A. B. Maedonald "returned from Cranbrook 'Wednes-  day.'i        ��� i r  Rev. G.' A. Hackney will fbe  away to AVes't Kootenay for several days. '"'',,  , A son was born to Mr. and ,Mrs  P. E.Denielson on Friday, February"! 0th. ' It  m'; s. Miller, wife of Rev. J. W.  filler)'returned home Saturday  from Nelson.  Lloyd Crowe and Chas. Nord-  man are over at Rossland taking,  in the winter,.carnival,'  W. II. Supple, .manager ,of Vthe  Imperial'Bank of Canada at Cranbrook, was in town Wednesday.   .  There was a very- good attendance at the Sc.Valentine's dance  in Morley hall Tuesday evening.  Victor Desaulnier of' the" Cen-  lV  tral hote^ was  transacting   busi-  i} ness at Cranbrook.the first of \the  ��  .       . ���        i'  *.      ,   r ���   -  week., i , r   ���     ,  Dr. Coffin is out of town* "for a  few days and Dr.^Watt of Fort  Steele is looking after his practice. _       '  t  There was a very i good _atten-  dance at- the entertainment at  the Methodist church on1 St. Valentine's night.  , Joe McLaren is acting secretary  of the Miners' Union during the  absence of-James Roberts, who is  attending the .United llinework-  ers' convention at  Lethbridge.  Last Friday evening the ladies  of the Presbyterian church served  oysters and coffee and cake in  the room next to the -postoftce,  aud did a big business.  The members of the Catholic  church of Moyie are planning for  giving a concert and social on  the evening of St. Patrick's Day,  Friday, March 17tb.   /  Mrs.' Frank McMahon aud  children passed through Moyie"  Wednesday on their way to Vancouver. They have been at Kim-  beiley for several months.  Miss Lena Duthie. the talented  Scottish and Irish folk song aud  folklore interpreter,-will be at  Morley hall on the evening of  Thursday, March 0th.  The subject for tonight's debate is: '"Resolved that poverty is  the cause of intemperance."  Thomas Nuttal will lead the affirmative and Arthur Barber ..the  negative.  Ed   Barr,   Fred   B.irker,   Win:  AVa'gstaff's Marmalade,  Chiver's Marmalade,        '  Kootenay Jam,       <  Red .Cross Sweet' Pickles,  Spanish Queen Olives,  Get the Plabit.  gs  71b tin i. SI.25'  Bottle  Bottle  L'ottle  Bottle  Cto to  30c  30c  35c  30c  & <  1 t l f -i  Starifield's:' Underwear"  is, appreciated, being- all   v/ool, -.well shrunk,,!.  ''.   -        �� well made .and very warm. <   _    ,  ���'I     .  i .( / * ii * , .   .. �� .  -FalS Line, or Boy-s Suits.  '> ���' ,t' , - ' ���"' '\ ���  ��� '.'   ,"       .Prices   Riffh't^  etc.'  Probably, Known ��� Here<  it  'Louise Marquise, alias "Babe"  Adams,' who wus murdered at  Taber last Tuesday by,her Japan;  I ese - husband1, is thought' to be  I known in 'Movie!" It ,is believed  "that two or three yea'.s ag^/bhe  worked as a waitress at the Cosmopolitan hotel, where she went  by the 'name of "Tppsy." She  left here and went to Cranbrook,  where she married a Japanese  named Ushyima. They left Cranbrook and were living since part  ,of the time at Lethbridge, aud  pvrt of the time at Taber.  Bill Passes  A piece of flannel dampened  with Chamberlain's Liniment and  bound ou to the affected parts is  superior to any plaster. When  troubled with lame back or pains  in the side or chest give it a  trial and you are certain to be  more than pleased with the  prompt relief which it_ affords.  Sold by-all dealers.  r^eaafcaBafiMsaaa^  Had Zinc  Wedding  Down at Crestou the other  eveniug "Jay-Jay" Athertou and  his wife were treated to a little  surprise, it being their wedding  anniversary.' "Jay-Jay" claimed  it was not a golden anniversary,  nor a silver one. They had already passed the tin, wooden and  copper stage, so the question  arose as to what anniversary it  was. In lieu of anything more  appropriate someone suggested  "zinc," and it went dowti iu history a "-ainc wedding."  Fleming, Wm. Whitehead, Joe  Bird and "Steamshovel Mike"  came down from the Sullivan last  Saturday and spent a clay or two  in town. They returned .Monday.  Harry Kelley, who played with  the Cranbrook .hockey team at  Nelson Monday night, strained  one of his ankles quite, badly near  the close of the game and will  probably be out of commission  for playing for some' time. In  the.game Nelson beat Cranbrook  '0 t&'i.    /______  '���'   , .''   .���  Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exorcise, insufficient mastication of food, constipation, a  torpid liver, worry and anxiety,  are the most common causes of  Htomach troubles. Correct your  habits and take Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets and  you will soon be well again. For  sale by all dealers.  Ill  buyiiss baking  powder  examine flic label .and fake  only a brand shown fo be  made with Creasai ol Tartar  CREAM  A pnre, whoi���5ome9F���liaHe Grape  TS7i  (Ms   H��iM lisii   ij>ili.iJ,iijj 11 s3<!-J'i  tie Save? aM  fo tlie 'IsaltMBlitsss ef  No Lime Hmspkate  33oih  Sedssee Tme  ���'ol the S  HealiiMEi&ziess  I  eg o2 aEES�� IsaMisjj  ',     "I am qnllc. posKivc SJsal S2:c us:  jjowdcr sIsokIcS Be coiidcinned."  ���Prof. Vaaghan, University of Wiciigan.  Read:��ftp ls>he$ asssS rm^ss^^ea' thai ,  "Alum, sodSum alum, basic aluminuin suip2ia��e,  snlphasc oi alaaaiaum, a5S mean the  same tiiiiio���  namely, BURNT AXU.VI."���Kansas State Board of Hcatiiu  ZBgi&sgg&mmiE&sEE&BmmBssassxgs&m  ->'  Vfi  iV  Ml. fc a  W  i r>.  I.  President ^ Taft's    reciprocity ;  agreement; with Canada, was   indorsed in the  house  of   represent  tatives   Wednesday  through . the *  suDport of an'almost golid'/ demo- -  cra'ticT yoce>^'The;"McCi��ir bill ) '  carrying the  agreement -_ii\to ef- ,. ,  feet was passed, *-221 to   92.     The ���  majority     of     the      republicans  present voted against the>bill, the  division   being   7S   ayes   and   87  noe-i.    The democratic   voce t was  143 ayes and Only 5 noes.   ~A  majority  of   the   republican   insurgents presentovoted for   the   bill.  The McCall bill now goes to the"  senate. What its fate will be iu l  that body is problematical.  President Taft b'elieves if a filli-  buster can be avoided and a vote  taken the bill will pas?. He i-s  iusistent that the senate shall ��� act  one way or the other, and has indicated that he would call an extra session of congress if it does  not do so.  ��f  I--, i  A-% }  r  ]'"  ���I' '"!!  \\ !>.  IW'i %  -.*:.!:: THE   MOYIE   LEADER,  Wind On The Stomach  A Vi'dl-Known Westerner Tells of Buffet rig, Misery and Pirn TJiat Ho  CmoJ. With   *-Nervillno"  1 A   i-tw weaKd ago 1 aU some greet*.  ! 'u and conu' frail tbat w.m 'iol  : , o.    .'i   flrut bi ought  ov  a fit of  tun, 1 ul  titifnrtuiiVfiy  ��t   dovel  .  it,   ..in ixigbti,    I'cj'upaPiod   bv  ���i' !  .���Ti.i'pB     1   AMH dreadfully  ivvo d'l} a ���my  bend  ached  aad  ��� -    I belch-*c( gss eo'ili luallyl ai.d  uabie to sleep at nipnt.   A neigh-  ..,.,, v, I   !������   to  t,ec 3no A'jd  urgel  ��� i-lrj   Nervi-,  v _���  V'  ! '    ,  0 '.  J.,,  1  MERV1LIHE  STRENGTHENS  WEAK  STOMACHS  Storyettes  B  RIUUS: After all, tlie difference between man and woman is ouo of  wear 3ii.I tea:. Dneiiro: -ttii.it do  vo,i mc.xii? Cmggs: Man spends li >  money foolishly on a tear aud a woin.ni  en wear, r-  iV'oh. C  \\,, ' '.i I haw* bo-  i; , i '1 't v>y  pr,\-ii'rttjiin    could  ' 1- ~"   Ollil'kJ".'.    I  i     ,    lull"   a   lea-  ' fv�� i^wi of Ni'rvi- ���-__-_���-_���������  |i> - i'i Lot Hwt'cto���eU WttU'i, and my  f,.i ,1, "ilt be'tpi at once. I used  1m     i..'ie '<(.-. oral  limos,  and   wis  com-  |>|,  'ill     iPstu'l'd. "  Tho above ib from abettor written by  G I'. Drain1, a well known stock m,iii  r, 1 ."r-ner rcir UdbbrHgo, Alia. Mr.  1-ir urn *�� favorable opinion of '.he b;gh  ,tr rt i >.'Tvil-i<i is shared by tbou-  f-ii,j hi' r ft'ivlniis who hnvo proi-cd  ftrrwl-ri.e is simply a msivol for crimp*;,  d.iiriuna, flatuleiif-o,'naufci-i and stom-  a i .'.-oide*-?, 8��f�� <o iiskv, guaranteed  t,, 1��. t- vim t'.'iii make no, mistake ia  li-,1!); �� V.TVMine ,for your fauvly rem-  ei<7 hi two fcispes, 5Ck* and 2."c. Hold  cviyvt litre, 'or Tbo CatarThozone Co.,  Jr ,  L-iu), Onl  B  i  W3v '  .       i,  ��� V  ' 6 ;-*'C\  li'i"*!.^  pm4f'-;'j'   ���  1    -'J  '  ��� vm     -  ,   , Wi  h*i*!  r-i'  :.  H1*   i;     f  i  f  " '     ;        BTJETAI. 'AT   S��A  rjlTR   inrcroBling  di&cuBsiort' over  th*  X   ' ur trtice of burial at bos" which has  followed   tbo iroceiit   dca.ifc.-of _a  f!  l'�� H'li liia (.'Iergyraan  on a steamship  tMiWii! for K'urppe and tli�� comniitUl of  i   In-   1)o'y���to   the   deep,   haa   not   yet  brurglit'forth a'ny definite resulla,' sj\s  til,   'i-iri'i^clph'a   Ledger.    i'Thero   are  .*e\cr.il   reasoDa,  chief -among them  the  "foi..    i.i,tra iilion among ��'"afarLng folk  awi   th.�� 'lack   of   anyone   in-authority  j   j,ot.o;^;r.jr  lhe-   requisite' poorer   to   im-  ,s'pos',o   remedy for tho cenditione com-  .. pliij'C-i   of.    Tb��   prejudice  of^ seamen  H<?a,ni4   o.'irrying  a   dead  body 'aboard  tli.p ai y longer than ejeesssrj- ia prob-  ebly' .'���-  old   aB   shipa   thomselvoa,   and  'tire'e Ufiuorod  ' custornB   (.aro    hard     to  (lilhigo. ' ��� .;,  _\   ,i>ithc-k'8a  there  in  great  force  in  tin? (initintioD that the conditions gov-  j_ eM.��r.',-   thrf" transatlantic   Hnprp,   which  ere, tA :i ei'itain extent, merely floating  'lioi(J��.lj'ipaHeiOf suatainiig populations.  ' vrli"< 1. (iiien run itlto tbe thoueandB, aie  1   no ]{i  g, r co-nparsble to those surround-  , in'ii'1  tl ��'   l'"1?   voyages   of   Hip   Haih.ig  * vr����'-.K  iif,tha  past."   The prpiiilioe  oi  pjji,<i>>i{Tf,i��!  aga'iiBt   tbe   tli-ovfing  ovct-  bciitr'i   (.f'iho' boiies   of  lovel   ones   is  ji'i'-l :iin"iiic)i eulJlled to conn'.oration at  'th    li.i, "���>  of   tl.o   Bteji-n?hip   maragefs  'as is tl'at cherished by the sailors,, ulio  axe, lio  lopgsr ar!, appreciable factor1 in  stoii'P   r.iMfation. , ��� ,���  -ck   To "lio-c fiT -whom there iare uo rflig-  Jou^ a-j'-oei.itiouB connected vn!h the dis-  poaHhui nt tho bodies of the deoarted it  .   uiiii    i-ui1 ��   no   diUerenco   wholber, the  " mort ii,' tti'iaioir  bocomo   the   ultimate  rfpT<��y c,i (loccropouition in the*-ground or  of 'tin ' valueless   ir hap-ta'nts    of   the  "'ocean"s> Led, b-ut .the matter is not one'  'ol> L-iiiiltoiei co *o thB '-vast majority _ of  poisu "-.    To  man>   ol1   there, burial' at'  '    ec'i   -s  i. soiling <to , every aeneo  of huf-  miirnv  iin-i   a't'ection JnvoHing   a   de-  pTi\*ilion ��if both of tucaicrcd rites o��  ,   relit*-*!   and   qC   tbe.   opportunitic'r ��� for  th'   ^i-m J--P  oi   tfos��  tender  ofiicea  of  ron''nli  'Mo wlura coptba theparga of  p.li'.'i ,:.  J n ���. ��� *. re^p-H'.ts stcanifhiuB on thi  (iii*)! sr 1-. are a Iiw unto <ho-nael% et.  Tlv -- ii ���= bi'ity ahpured by thof- in  eo ���>]���!" ��� ,. pjiii'Mi'1 bj an authority  (hi* ��� . 'iio.tj'ii'. but they are not  bi.in, . h it *i-h of go.'fr, ment c'on-  tir] 1* "-liouH not be necessary0 to  b. ' j ' h ^ tu b"f to make a roTi'iliict  nbii'i ���- . Milc.-iprpaa and arises, from  a ",���-.' in' e f>*> piofound. \foderr  , sei ., ui'et, the preciiitant buria! of  Lli-. r <-f"  nrloiger ���iccei'si'-y   anil  lb >        '     ' MP      OTllTl.l'.PB      * In* 'Sflu'S  r!i \11 '���"-. Hie Crst (o recognl'/e the jus-  ti ,* i i - driii:i,r,d of the r ���i.iliv.iib anl  pvi ' In i "c -. p���icticc wli'uli so many  of til - .i    ..jard Rfa ba-baroufc.  j^DITlt: "Mercy' ' Hero's a tplpgrn'ii  fro-ii .I'll.].: lie'fa been hurt in the  fcoiball Rime. Kthel: '-What  dors he savf" iMiili: "lie says. '^To-e  broken!     How  do   vou   prefer  it   tet���  Greek or lJomant' ''  ' ��    *���    .  THE count has promised that he will  ne\er   bent or   kick  me  if I   will  rr-arry   him,"   haid   tbe   beautiful  heiress."  "Out has be' prct'iiised to work lor  you!'' lie- father a'hked.  "Oh, papa/ don '- be unreasonable!^'  n *    *    i  ij^OUEiri.VER:   "T   don't  exactly  un-  j     derstaa-l  your system'of ^goveni,  ment.    Pi'-r example, what are tlio  powers ot Coiigre��s,      , t   '  Native: " v\ ell, us,'a nu>. there are  fro: (he SpunKor of tho ILsune nnd tlio  ('fi.iirrnau of tho Committee on W'uyt,  .tod  Means." ,  > ���      ���      a  IJBOSrBCTTVE Tenanl: "It looks a*,  ,     if that pipe leaked."    -        '      ,  Ageut:   "That   is   nothing,   sir,  Eihily p?cx-ented.'*  (rnterva) of month.)  Tenant/   " Y<-u   told   mo   tint   Ic;iL  could   be   oa.sily  prevented.    'Will   ��oil  kindlv till we how.'"  Agent. "By keeping 'the cistern  empty, t,ir.     Perfectly si'iipii'.''    j  AN I have some shooting 'on"yoiu  farm!" nal.cd' tlifr viait.o'.  "By'all means..", responded tho  farmer, beaitily, "There me t,wo ho  bbca in the barn, a sewing maehmp  agent at thei kitchen iToor, an 1 the  Provincial Parliament candidate ring,  ing'tha front-door bell fit l'his, moinenl.  Please go and shoot them all."  TUCKED under the "h" road oil ii  webt, side' btreet. in, New York,  is a little coll'ee stand whose pro  prietor scorns a cLii-n tint he'sellb  "tbe best eoflee iu town." Ajiybiitly  can do 'that���and r.l:iiObt*'(?,\ eiy cpfTei-  vendor does. , , ,, 'ta  Th'3 man's cl.d *i  i1* sonipthiue  mori  subtle.    On   .i   biRgi*   sig'i   co\ering  the  entire htaini  o' (>��� icnds Hi*-:    ,     \  "The onlv respectable coffee."  *-'*''  1)ATJTj WITIIINOTOV, the Harvard  couch, Vv.is praising ' tho milder  fpotlrill of livio.  "iPootb,ilI in the 'fiTs waa a terrible  game," Said 'M'i. Withi-glfin "Rmu  "St, yiu know, devoted rf whole chapter,  of 'Outre Mpr'.to.il-> horrors. S-��**i<* of  lhe stories of the football of '90 oi  '91   are,  ia   fact,  almost   inerelible.  "A1 "Philadelphia   spoith.g .e'hlor   re  turned, oi c    No>ernbe'    Saturday   from  West.  Pli'ladjclphJa  with  a  paL>, fr'ght j  oneil ,iace. , y     ' - I  "/'Many aeeidenls at tbe game'?' a  oolice"reporter   asked   him. ' w- |  ' t--...i.i'..i    r.,.���;,i��r,^ >   replied  G  jil.od with vfrj,ptablesv and do,any odd  ,<>b IiihI is required, and, it nuiable,  \ ou v,'!I  g'-t  tiirc cloll.it, a week  '���!-, tl.uie any clay in the g.irdenJ"  at^et'  the man.  -'Wh.il malce-s you S>k that?" o*-ked  the  f;unlJf��**,l*!'.  "I was thniking tint I eoiill make  bricks in my spare tunc," said the man.  " < *     ���  I  MiOy!     {to    credttp-s)���I   sre   ii��  3-'  li <pes of being ablcto pay what I  mve  you.     Why  not   oiga.ni.ie   a  suii ide ulub?  1/  AWVIIB  .(slightly   deaf)���You   say  j our   busbaiul dalely   left   von ,a  ' ttilo**?    Mairofily.cnllerj No, sir!  1 said he luicly left mo for a wiuowl  DON'T you feel any personal resent  ment   toward 'th��   man   v ho   gM  siur job?,"   "No," replirvl Seia-  tdr Rorghum, '��� not if he is going to have  as, nnirh .is trouble with it as I'b'ld."  '  , t    *    ���    �� ^  WI VV we want," said rtha'citizen,  "is ,an era,'of ccoiioimv."  "Vps," ropliel Senator Borghum; "but  tliL'-e i" aliABjH boynd to be siicrce or  lt^*'iUtorc.it iou about who,(,hall do the  eoo-.o-ni^ing."  ' '������ ,.*"���,  E1S death was verv sudden, wasn't  it?"  ^T   don't 'think   so.   '���He'd  been   ' aeroplaning     for    several  work,*! before the accident occurred.''  'On1 en Minds that h-ue beer.ine faded  rnny be renewed by riibbii.g them with  a ra.g satunited with linseo I oil. ��     '  * Try a   little   baking   soda   and   hot  water when  LteuD.i'ig Kriteheu utenaila.  1J1.V  <?aze  m. 'ijclv down lus  ii.'ina>iiii g \esijgt" Oi nn,  ly about tho limit for this prebent generation.  It does not do to overlook the head  altogether; one ini'jm get a blind horse  that way. Yet tho writer nvls 'i good  deal of'sympathy with th it' professor  of animal husbandly who. not Kmg >>gW  nas i-redited -witli (he pui'h.i'-o oi a  horse of the ripe.age 'oi , nieteeii J ears, \  1)Ciru,-c ihi horse was ;,p,-i:iti;l as  beiug     cisrht past," and h ,',ius,' he did  t-i-uie to jiiy his liuiih upeii" aud  th'ii.it itr Mi'iia  1-, or iuci-,01 s  befone tompletiiig the d< il Jt- ls ^eiy~  little that one b',is t'o l-i.'n f'oai the  lieail, oi the boisv, at, In 'i*1 merits or  lii-moiits, after all. Big &*uj*ro>v�� diaft-  e:s are sovietjmes owi,(*r- oi ,m''.V sni.ill,  neat beads. Racehorrt*b line tariiOl  liLMds, of tiie svall-bnrrcl 'rder, aud car-  Jierl tli^m, allegro, tcm.'o, lo victory.  Hoises , with *. vlfau-iii', by muutritnl  iiea-ls have been'hois.s 'is- di-id'g.ime,  while other heads, ecju my promibhiL*-  have bt-en tbe capital decorations of  i oted^quittoifc. In a wind, \oi. can onlj-  jjres-s at tho allowing el i-* to which any  liiu.se   belongs  bv  loohii ���'  it  his  hepd  entire breakfast. Other food waa a  mockery, and to descend to oatmeal or  even dengbnuts, after such a sublime  reiection, betrayed a base mind.  New JiHglaadem claim the origin and  rise of tho i-rl of the buckwheat cake  uo it conceded, but their descendants,,  emigrated westward, earned thecrail  and i-npioi,ed it. The piactice finaiJy  ieachc'1 sis> h!gh"st development in Ohio,  .���-.nil i-l lhat pari of Ohio known as tin  ���Western lleseiie. At k-abt so Ohioant  s.iv, and the.-, are all houurable men. Il  w.iis tl'Cie ��'liJt the piopeilies ot lhe flat  iron* wninur ami I hi* trowel, *.seie at  li'Hi>lli iulh aopic'iciidcid. 'lhe tutn'u g  n. lhu cake reijiured as subtle a flex oi  the ttiiit as tin' ili.ii.giJ from up buw to  doiMi-bow of the ^iollnlE1; to make tin  cake U"d t-MU'tly m ti.e sp.il where i;  was taken up: re'juirea 'in accuracy o!  aim above tho tlMivthooter's. A ce;  tain gn-ai-grauilfiifiier-who retained hit  fctfadinebS of wrist tar into four-seori'  ���jii"? au'object of geneial veneration aud  awe. Nor is Hit' ium<? of the Ohio buck  wheat cake loci!. It ^ recorded that  an American woman acting^ m I'ari*.  and benoiigiit by a family ot the,French  heir,  then  asked  A  FEW years ago. when John Tj. Sul-  In an was playing a short tumultuous  engagement as ,Simon  Legree  with a  road  company, a'newspaper ic'  pr-rtcr irL'Jopliu, Mo", was interviewing  him.     '   - :        'i  "And <lo, you think, Mr. Sullivan;"  as-ked lhe reporter, "that the play of  Hhii-le,Tom's Cabin' really bi ought on  the   Wfll ?* ' '        ,     ,     ,  "I don'l; know as to that, sonny,"  jrro-.iled Sullhon. '^but I do know we  ieiia;nly ga\e,,the*n Spaniards hell!" '  rTKATilNO   a   tremendous   noise���or  ' IJ.     series' of   nois-cs���^in    the. Mower  ' fron!  hall. Mr��. Goodf<?!Iow went  to   the   top   of. the   stairs ,and   looked  Jc/ivi. ���  "NMiat flic saw was Mr. Goodfellow  bittii.g mi tliev lowest stair, holding, his  olij'i, ami  ninl'teiJi'g  to  lii.nbelf. '  , "What are yo'u doing Diijre?" shs  de'iiandffl, w'otii',(full wtight. oi asperity  in b;r voice.   " c      -1 ��    " i.  "I am inventing an electric ,de\!ce  ���ninth v-'ill i"mc\e all the furniture into  (li"' b.iek yuirf the nuiiheiic the'front  door is opened'at night," baid Mr.  Goodfellow.-        , ; .    Ja  i n       *      * <  ��    CERTAIN young couple, .who were  A.   married   some   months   ago,   hive  ���    ., ��� .  ,.. , .,    ,. ,       ,i:���,vp        v never   had '<l  cloud 'to  mar   then'  One^ frightful    ���^}���J-'   ��E>'��M hnppirosa ���u..til   very'recently.  'A ppwerful mul��l     nc   m^inf,  tu/ g.   WifeM came  ely sulle,**. and  V,:1  ���r-\ mind is made up! To-night  -I'i'l c.sk her io Ijf- mi wife  'i ny Jove, I li hope .she's out I ''  hottest  seri-.r.ina^es,  nnd  got  killed.' "  T,">BGLi,PR<\TT,'.>f 'Marshby. had sent  J"j��  rtwo sons to Poslo'i, and'he  knew  that   he   had   reason   to   be   proud  cf them.  Ore dav a summer,,visitor, lingering  in Mr. Pratt's grocery, provision ��� an I  dry gool.s t'sl.ibl;*-li"-ent, liientinne'l  >omc of the shining hghts i\ho hud  ���nade tlmnsohps rcti'-mbcre'l in and  near Boston, ard others still to be  found there.  "We've bal a gco I many s nart 'ne-i  a*nl women 'n and around oiir'city."  said the M'-itor. "anl there ire a mini  tur of the'ri leit. We''.e got siieiitinc  ���i en aud writers and art>ts a-id  niusi  cians aud "  Mi. Piatt's dry voice broke, in on  the list. "     .  "If you cad tb^se folks smart," he  said, ''you wn.it to go down i.ear the  water, to an a Mross I'll give > e, and  see the way my bo.is, Ed and Stii,  i-ai. open ojstcrs. I 'guess that'll give  ye soii'i'lhiiig to go by when you'ie  talking  of  smaituess."  IT 1JNRY. dear'y said she,   sweetly.  JLi-    "Hum," grunted Henry.  "Sarah  Bernhardt   is   coming ''  "Well?"  '���[ think we ought to gn to'src her  \side from the plenbiire v>" .-hall get  mil f,f it oursjUei, think how nice it  will be in the years lo come for u��'to  be able to tell Our children that ;.un and  !   nrce s iw  lhe dump S'irali "  "\V(. ,.m't afford it," gruwledMInnry.  "OnU  5>l),'di"ir, and perlnjis she 'nay  ���p\ er co  an n i. "  "S v .IlIIhis i- almost i ton of co-it,"  tho sporting editor."  'r��'" -1 '1(\l?hV,?inf C��a"1- 'V^^r.l" iff" n^l io breakfast in an extrein  pi, the field,, blundered  into oj.e^ of. the| unJy   m0O(1     To  bH  he"r ��� husball,Vb  inqnirics !-be cretnrreJ '*hort .and snap  p*-,h answers. To in ike matters worse  she wa-> in no better frame of mind  \i hon he came home that evening fo  dinner. \11 of which mystified the  young husoand, entirely ignorant of  .inythiiiiisJis. might have done to offend  his spouse.       ���        ���  Final'iy, late, in the evening, in repl)  to his repeated, inpiirtenr demands to  ki.ow *v.i.'it the matter was, the wife  burst  imo tears and  replied:  '���Henry, it c.er I dream again that  you have kissed a,iothi'r wo'nan I'll  never speak 10 yru as lui.g ab I t.ve!"  With the Hi  A  ouitilvii upon '  case.,' It is ni?re/'that the. gie.lt harm  lies, One. is^apt, tw,siy "1 like hi*  bfad," and secondarily d* b"eome favor-,  ably disposed towaul ll" ..'.nual. Or,he  may ioim tin* opliosite opinion and finally, a= did the housekeeper, icjtet ,the  a'nimal altogether, and really b.-cause He  did not like the fricial cvpiession wliich  uad prejudiced him ia lh'c- first place.  (' Ueie is a much'butter,*ule to observe  when judging adiorhe: Willi one quick  glauce absuie yourself I'h'U the auimi'I  is obvbitHlly adapted 1u the woik you  wa'iit"him*for. Wou (ait take in bize,  weight of bone,' and general coutour.  Bo'tiot waste tinte pqnii-ru,g over pliyai-  ciil symmetry���just/yet. Uvea a-s yru  aie glancing"over the horse,' you ' can  be.rtqu-cbti'ig the malinger to "lea^him  Out.' It he has any i!iisuu,idi.e.;s, .it  ;s apt-io betray itself in his paces. The  best time to catch the lameness ,,of an  ii.L'ipici.t* bpa>iu is when the horbc is  first started into mot urn. Jf his gait  pleases&Jouj then it'is time to lebk-foe  c\ idcLt-cs of blemish *,ih,'ie they rxb of-  tcnesr met, nail,where tliej, wilt, it' present, do the rrost harm. Get a .good  look aiouiid l.js utideiViiiinng, bcghin,iag  atUue' ground. Estimate his teet, hoot  beads,   pasterns',  ankle->iu.t:.;,,then   his  whM|.t cake \vhen he .say one.' Aliflni-  who"'trifle ,with tho mystic faiths ot  Ohio invito tho'ir;dooin. /  ' So the liucl'wlir-ilt ca^e is vanit-bingl  ���and what'��tf.elt of herfies shall be* brmi  on cai-ned soups J ' '  WEIGinNO��IHE WOBXiD  A' NY one who any* he h is the wcig)it  of the world on his shoulders had  .'- better .stop and thu.k a moment  ,what that picans. ' Modorn M-ience, al-  wavs busy with its Scales, weights and  measures', has,pot the earth iu its bal-  :wino, and has, datermiued its weight in  such fiS'liion i]\sit cveu - tbcaucionts  must, have doubted ,the myth of -poor  ol-a'Alias supporting theAvorl-3 had they  known the truth as"'we know" it, to  twenty-eight places ,of decimals.    ,  "Few Klioolboys wlio lnvc studied  ^Newton's lu'ws o"? gruvitntion hnvo been  very mnch thrilled by thetii., ,ln' fact,  they base 'found jf'difliuilt to reinem  bor llio.Jav's tho day lifter, to say nothing cf the dav of, exainir-ntion.,, Recently. ho\>e\eva young man instrue-  tdr, Rliibehard���A., Wetzel, in,~lhc college of the City of New York." oo'ieciv-  ed the blilUant" idoii o* R<Ut��ig his t-tu  dents, really interested in.gi.ivitation by  ror their action, this w.ll thiow un-  soa*,d movers'to1 the toot',of the class,  bad iiio\ers net, "and thl' heat giiets  ro- lhe top. Then replace them on ,chai-  a'cter of underpinning. ,lf a good mover  is so'defective, in bjm'neiiy of limb and  soundness as' to^ clesei\e it, place him  Jowii.' As you pro'coe l��� d.squaltry tha  good rtio\eis on-ueecihit'olj; infjimities  so pronounced as to, make this advisable^  as they appear in a progressive way-4-  Ihis ou'e tor a vvaak, hmail lc.ee. if b-r,l  enough; that one for a swollen, piiffy  hock, and. when you have,your problem "worked cut thus-.far, .classify again  on 'the basis of., bodily, conformation,  placii g particular emphasis on lhe>ovi-'  ���lonces' ot   stamina, and   constitution.  abroad sevfciai times, as far a�� he know  ���t lia-1 never been nttcuiptod in the  United States.   Thev becameVintbusias-  tlCi   , . ��� ,  '       \  ' "Get it in'grams," exclaimed ore of  the1 more ambitions <>ti!,ll?nts with,bated  breath,' whh a vision of obtaining a  iminlicr (carried out to 'iiifthinkabld  length. ' (   ��-,  So in grams Mr. Wets-el gotfit. .-  Il proved..to b'e a very fascinating  thkg. too; 'so much sp,tliat Hitvusands  of-visitors to the college flocked Lo the  pbytics research laborarorivand the ap-  pa'ralus has beeii placed on public inhibition,- so ,lhat every, r.ne may' tike" a'  peep at the machinery for'weighing .the'  away,   Its position on the scale is noted.  'I hen tbe leaden balls are moved.  The silver balls, aa wo, have Mt'en,  then move through a very'minute arc,  the quartz fibre is twisted ever,so little,  tbe mirror reflects th<> beam of light at  an almost imperceptibly diffeient angle,  and lhe difl'piei.ic, magnified by tbe distance ��( which the graduated scale is  j laced, is read by'Mr. Wet/cl by caro-  inllv noting the new position on whirh  j'alla (he be-ini of rcflei'lod licht. , The  ai-file tin ns out to be about 1.7 digrees.  'Ibis' mcUiod' is the same as that u.-cd  :>>. the (iiiesi gah-auoim'tre in measuring  electric tiirre���tb also. i  Over and ovci again this process was  TopiMtt-d, i igbt a''ter njght, until al last,  after many observations, an average was  'tiuck Of them all, un the theoiy that  it woull be more nearly accuialo than  uuv single obsoi\alir.n.  The purpose of all this was lo deir-r-  rujio wlmr is knov.n as the "coustaiit  of gravitation," denominated "G."  This was-tae first, seel ion o,t the ox.  perimei t. Tl'e second was to apply tho  result to the c-.frtli.  lhe application involves nome mathematical ' operations so' formidable that  they may well be touched lightly. It  is all in tbe inmou.s C. 0. O. system���'  th * "c-iiitimcttT-gram.sctoiid system,"  which you perhaps- n>eal! from your so-  phoTiioK lnpcUanic'ii. In th"se cquutionti  M prime represents the weight of the  world, nud7 the mathematician" re-  uucos it to G,0.1O,O00,OO0,O0a,l)00,OI)0,OOO,  PCO.OOO giam-s, t ,     -  So tho mass of tbe'earth is detei-mhi(-d  ���mass rathtir than -iveight, for weight  reallv is the attraction of Uie earth for  iit-ot'her mass, and it can hardly bo properly said thai the earth has"weighL"  --that 'is, attraction ,fcr itselS. R��  prised in-words, this result may pus'  eibly be read as six bullions and thirty  millions of billions,of billions of grams.  It is already known how they masses,  of iliRrsim and various planets compare  proportionately with tlje carl If; and on  a chart Mr. Wet/t>lf placed the .result  ^n grams worked out'on thf: basis of his  weighii.g.of tho earth. The figures- are  sniggering. '- ,'.",',  ' ^[r.?. Wetzel' is mow-engaged in other  interesting anil minute studies ih physics, stil'li as,nil1 investigation by which  he expects'to ,show that (he attraction  of gravitation varies slightly'with dif;  >rcnt sulistances, and jS not absolute.  :)rs has already been hinted at by Pro-  Starvation Amid Plenty  Not Uncommon To-day���The Ecason U  Explained,  "Foi a period last mrni-ur i)r  UiuugUtWif food exciti d fcidirg- i < i, ,'j  sea." wrile3 Mrs. <\ A. !)|,({^ 4 0.  BJoomsbury, "Tin*, heat had n."ui., ���'?  1'stlcbS and tbe distaste for in.i 1 j,, i,, , |  r(>e to a condition of semi ^t.u ',,ii', / A, $  brought mc ti> tho verge m' m t ,r,, s Cjj  lapse Tonics were wseluss 1o -, u,!u  ah active desire for food. Thf, d,, \uri  toll ine my liver and kidncj- v,, i, j ,,,$,  at fault, but tha luelieiuijs th,. i.;,,,. I(!  were tou.sev-ere au 1 reduce 1 m\ " . ���.,,^  bo'ihat I bail to abau loa tlip..'i. Ai -,,,  niggestioi; of ,a friend who in i ),(..",  cured of bloqd and skin tria.li!*, | \.,7,  gaii the -use of Ur. If;niiiav.r^ i,..|B  'lhe dilTeiriicp a first nolifeJ v, i>,  while ihey eleanbi<'l the ss^i,>-., i,,'  of focils-g weaker I felt bits -  taking tiierft. iiuleel their aiti, ,' ,  si, mill it was ea.sy to fiugi-t j'  taken them at al}; ,they, see >i...' ���  ri^'ht to the' !'v*t,, and in, 'i *, ���-,,  }  ���^fe  Tl  fessor S'ltion'Ni'wcomb before tus death.  Another investigation has ,to do,.wilb  the 'posV'hl'" discovery of a "'gravita-  tioi al ,i'-snIator"���something that will  rei'iiec the "nttfacfion due,, tr,, gravity.'  Still nnotber is the attempt'to weigh  Iho evict impact of a sunbeam.  This,melbod of we!gli;ng the earth1 is- ,.        ..���.^.^   ., , , ,  not i.ew. aHliqufih tlrr-Vsolt U differei.t t��JL't����, *i *�� i;.rl hqnakp th.n,r,e ' ' {  fio.il that, olitaiaed, before, and is the ���� �� '����)'��� w*�� > W '����<��' "-j�� !���, ���..��  frit  fOMilt-on   ieeor.1. as ,f'if as  F fnn   only Wiu.sa ll, .Mppe.ied       b,( .       ������  find, worked out  ia this cWtryv   Pre- I.J^Jt �����'? **** 'V^lu'nK'l "  '"-i.!V. v      ... ,.-.....     ,|]]tt apparatus, iJlinTbi*f,te.i  tin* oris  I wt  > ii  ;��'  had  , - ef  time not only did ail sourct uf i,'1M, s  disappear but I began to cr-ivi f,,, i .,|j  I digested it.reasorabK' ,-sveII a 'lli.-i' J  began to p>:t on weight iint-l ,\ ,inS  three months 1 was hfotigiii l^ a , i��i����.  tio/l of good liciiltli, I. urgnj Ur. 'll n. i  toe's Pi I la for ali who arc '�� , ,c,t  hewjth." '    >V  .   ,  1 Get llils<boKt of all moilciins u- hy  and refuse a siil).-��litiito'for Hi. Jl > j,U  ton's Pill* of f Miami rake, auil'l'.n'ti .m.i  I.ocyk for the yellow box. ��� K,/l j.',|u ;ti|  dfaltirs, (.r" the Catarjboroct' C,., Kinj  st6nV Cusailu, ;U 25<!. per huv.  000,000 cpbiij lulled in, the (,'irlli, a.0,1  pach mile cijutiuns .MJ^OU.OIiO.ilny eabic  feet. Kaeh cubic foot of earth ,i.erj,��a  o.tiT, times the'Weight of a Vn1��ii tout  of water, and thu.wi'tglitxoi! & cub*.' *���<,( {  Vf ivlitcr is about C2.5 pound���<. Tl.tr ���'i  ail evening's fun if oncw.uits iii f'juru  it out, .<,'avendish('��'rrebiiH vi* IJi "'a  tctitb��'1'of J,a per cent, smaller iliaa Mr  WoUel's.  <��� -{,  Several'others have/mpeutivl C,:^a-  disli'b e.vpetilnent, ajiicing the'-n br*iii{  Professor Boys, i,f'Qs.i'or.l, twelve i-i./if  teen -yeais-ago, who ui\g:>1��.j ihy/piiirtt  or silica fibie, "wliij*h is rr-Tily -i �� ->'j  of,hand Vptui-oiit into incredible I, i t{th,  lioys did not rest Miis appar.it u�� fiit i  coi.iiioto i.ier..as Mr> Wet/eJ d!d,-i-d ���f-  to,n lirt had to ivjijt threo dayi* l'>, Jus  bill line,do fonie to rest. ,'V.'cV.i I hVj  to >vnit only re von niiii'ites for th i,\t  aiico.io c'onie to rest.,     it *  Boys nrrivvd at a result of It ">u--m  the density/if, tbo earth, flis n >wi*.ii'��  was hiiMeUc-atc that, enco lrc wh ,  ,./  Next Lcomes' the. question of physical - oann.,  stier-gth. 'Muscular development, strong  couplit,g!"good ,quarters ari'd shoulders,  arc Ihfl tbii.g'^ wan'ted in this erlcgory.  t'lnallv' c(-'iies the question of fii.ish.  Gool 'withers, snioothnfess all over, and M  hnrnes-.\ iMiu. K'J�� 1 carnagj and style 0,'ii'u.ce. ,  ,,�� iiilBli m this, and 1i��mc n-e have j H consiss primarily of a very thin  tlSt vVmiir question of head and neck I wire, o> Ij 3 5 c e a ti meters long bearing  r'ght wl-ieit beloigs.    Is there'a ho.-c I at each  end a  little  sUycr  bill  wcijrh  'lhe,k apparatus,'is extremely delicate,  though comparatively simple. In fact,  irt e would think that it-was designed  tor wcighine au atom' rather than a  plii'act.   Jl is known ns a "gravitational  die  head  of the  tli-s, ,or ^icar | i"g exai'tly_cue gum:     ���     iilv  This wire is sus-  narne.    lie *-f.iifbt to tin', out how mm  I,,'tone,', '1 e  " :;-it it'i  ���   -   f ir   ���    ���  I '   ,  inam.err) ll  He-try  worth it.    1 f \ on Ml ori\  t    i^  d.  to   th.  MUSING is the story of that young  housewife v ho returned a dressed  chicken lo her giocer, sayiufr tint  the did not like the expressi'm on its  fece. Yet h< �� Veiy similar is the case  o" the ttudent in live stock iu igi'ig  who carrot overcome h.s tendency to  alw.js look ^ist at tlie head and face  of an animal, when endciv on*-g to e��t>  mate *!s mcrit>=. It looks like an al  most hopeles" task to teach b.'ginners to  leave out fac'.il c-vire^ion. in tb^ir ef  ion^ et jiiiliriiii' live stock. Tlier" is  no greatoi sti"nbliii(j block in the path  of | rogrp'-s. U h it storiea professors of  animal husb in hv could tell, ot hour��  s'lent in >i(irei*tiiic the a'te'iticn nf be  gin' ers to the clnr-ii'tcristics of the cs-  ���-inliil points, and th" prnp6. meihiis  of ilku- 'iint.T,n<r to lb" e 1 th-il whei  ihey ask so'ii* bright !o'>k;iig stuleif  to  " ���-.-  ,1,  >'.--oi < o ii ),,*-i;i ii  of i \!i !ul  Now i�� the time to "B.*giu with the  ilcid." Move the winners out once  more. Watch the horse all o\\ r. Do  rot let a blind hois'* or, a lame noise,  or a broken-ivir<"el horse miss v in I" '���  time. I4 there is oi p such in" th" co.n-  pai:v. there are incii who have found if.  out." whether you have or not. Now is  the t'uiio to stop 'him. As a list word,  look out for 'the "all-overi'-li-KOol"  hoise, and -weigh him up carefully  tigiinst the lsoite whose outstanding  fharactpribtics have earned h'm 1o the  lop at<d held hi"-, there, in spite of ouo  or two shortcomings.  THE VANISHING BUCKWHEAT  CAKE  INTONE a threnody for the buck,-",licit  cake. Undone by the patent break-  last foods of an effete age, th ��� bucu  .vlieal civp las been overpioducoJ,"HOl  "ho, -ii" e tlu* iaimeis riise too mji li, but  bd-au'-o the people cat too little. Hi-re is  i pi<iU���lilj fr<r i using ge,pratioii  ,.  <-i 'cr  tl'j  difi-nitv  ot  the  bnc kv.ln' it  With ti.p fiist iio-'  ci'iie Hi'!1"'  rclu.ci  t<  I no i , l t -I i-eatnit.  ,jp i i,  s*,. t  ib  th*  :'i\  lx _i    ".v i'Ii  10 1  r  th it  l<  ���*  ��� i ni*  MP  I  , \>.  in  1  e'ln, '  ���11*   I  it ion.  i"  nt<'     tin1  bi'ttc r cici- '>'  'he  P'^at   i ' t  t In1  firenl-i ���  tight liitle gliss bo;: about throe inches  long and less limn an' inclu deep, the  ��� putt-' (ibie li.ugiug di-.w-ii through a  hrat<- tube set on t!iK bov. Not even  (he *-]i"hti"-t uij? current -an affect it.  Their'this much of \h��. apparatus is  placed on a vibhitionless p:er of con '  cretc -vvLich runs down into the' "arth  thiough the, floor of the laboratory "-o  as to be absolutely free from the vibn-  tion of the buildivig. Even then iho pa4s  u g ot a wagon on a nearby street affects it sl'glltly. Therefore the act-a'il  ob'-crvatious of Mr Wetzel had to b<>  carried on stealthily in the dead of  ni��ht bpt'ivepn the titre'whon the la?t  joj nders had rolled homeward and Lhe  fii'-l  milkman went h"- rom.ds.  |  'lhe 'est of tbe appaiatus consists of  two bug!? balls of lead, uniform in dens-  itv,  very  carefully   c 1st    i>,    'Icrnnny,  where s'll ,tne essential p-ins of the ai*  paraius   were  nude  to  order     Tn   tact  .in caeh, it cost iust about one hiipiirei  ir'cli.u-s to weiub  toe  e-utk. thmigh  the  labor and ctre  I'l-'cl-'oi woull imtii'f  [that  or.tliv   eon i Icably   if  tli���v  eo��l.'  re in1 e 1  to  iloll-ir-  ami  cpvelry of tbr^omnositio-i oiL wftter out ] . Mlu^  of<nxvir��n (tiid.hvdroiie.i. Civ Ctl tl-Ji -ill,,,        ...        ,, ...       ,,.,,, ,,., ,  Mirh-ll bid  boon  pl,<to!  ^ !^^^i^^^^^J^^ -  Soe'elv  the  saiie  ve.ir,  aid   to liiM'a, if'"' L , '    ,   , ii  ,V     i     7 i  ,Uh   I'Plo^th;,  W,r;,f  hivbi,   -r-   ��f S^r/cr^rr    ^i   ^  ^ m ^'Im s bm^h hat tbe .u��ai��- �� "-V--;. -n >- ����� v .i;  .      I i    Ji ,,;..t���i ,,-tt', i,;�� i,Wr, tPOiia'C"''-. ^rp tit .-f"1 l"*"1  "��"  T     '  has bi'et1 cb'*-elv   tssi'catet u Iii In-* ovvr',ji      ... , .,,,     ,  .     .   .  "*'���'    '-ll   <-��<���'.��  (()    Ml���,}  f0p{- dirrb    ou   the  pl.ile.,1,   >���   I  to. ICi'tiH.lm'. and aiifith1- m\.'< *'  Mind fret Jiitfh, mi PKhi-ili.1 \  es' etiT'fiil wjis ill-vie1 ���'! iv'.ei'!  -anl fp.'t f.ilio-v 'hi stii.-v |m  , ..i'lihoin 'O. Ills ^^peiiiM,1 i*- *��� V  fniii'v. hi:t !ir d! 1 <ai_'id i li  lb-it   file   onrih   ;t*-   a   vvlili    %*��� ���  lei -et than ih1   nouni-iiti'  '"s  'linn thf .l.'-i'-li i.'n\..,l   \-'. -n*  ihut div, Mlii-ki'K'j i q, sins*'.!  ni  the o\pi*rimo-t  in' iii" .mo,'! IA  '  i,'*ll'i i,.  in   P'Tilr-'i-ri*,, r",i>'l    i1   ,'  1771 7��  i*   w is (!"��� p.   "I he ���'.,       'i *  the   plinth lino  vvas   meisiii1'!    "' '  foun!  to   be  s'\   miT*i"'">.    M ���  i-arefn! snrvcv -, the fl "iiiiv "' !���'  tni,. wis  eo'i.ptite!  an!   '"   ;l  ���natic.il lUii. of Vr. Hatii,     '- _  was seoii'e.l Hi-it tt*i- e.-ttli ��. ->  i^ r'(>i s,-> nv water. Sui-iqii'.. ,'  iation "C th** d'*i *-it>' n* t'l' '" '  gavp the n-Miit   (.71.  >,->H- of ijcl'-c !��� elipo .i"i"it'lcr, vvigb  ing three buiif'reil and fi'My pounds, were  ,r(,! jn t,iu,.1) il^ p-ii-ie IV.P as in the.  fj'ty f'nll"gc pMierJni"iit Thf vihil"  thing i"as rough!; i*iii*lotel Jn a groat  <ii-e to protect *t'frii'n IT ciiTrci'-.  ' 'lh,^ iesi'11 arri-'od at bv Cii'-e di-h  wrs tint the earth was " tv-which wis  raised by later c'-verimerts to '",T,7-  (Imps ��,��� deti'-e as an eq'iil globf of  pu-o witer. *iy one *vho vv n Is it, <pr  rv it ont ear do'?o.    'I here are i"C.5i10.  A Tioiuely for Billions hotdaebs,���  To th"- -ubiect t' billons b, a l,u he,  Pntn'i'l e's Vi-i'ct.ihlr P Us arc r>--"m-  monih 1 i-- 1 iit* way I" �����'it 'v nl'ii  T'ikiii sicon'mg to dhe, 1 r!i"- Ihey v. Ij  ��u .'hie irn irul irp i��s o' (he "to-ii,* h f <  ii air midii Mi ������ ipi- "- ���'' 1 'd '���' I ^ -''"1L  ���tint ti.' in"*- ''i 1h�� l.c i I -will c a4-'*  M'here are tVw who -ire rut 't > *i'r- a-  - .b'ect 'o l< II- ,11-i.P^- -ii 1 "a i h'tr w-.lh  , s H'll" .'.'. '. i *i'J. v ' . " o 'i| i ' "'  'Vr with li, -��� -1  11- . ' b ' i'1  if  ,.A eoii'^b is oflon t'l ��� '"'  sei-iom i,iil-ni"'-ai\ .'ifilit.n-  i^ i i-i it] I.1 f illi- w libit' lb' "  I5ickli*'s-. Afti-l ''iii-iMC ti. '  'I 11> tie nrp, W"Ji lv *-,,'.-";. i-  v, ii'ih "f  r' -nitoii tr, ni  Hi    i  l c! I,  vv,U  in- n"'. bl..   "iv '  l��-   i.i er,*'-! ' nt{   11n    !    ' ' ''  <-\ ���-tciii   fi .-.n*   i- -v   '' "-        * "  ,'iii,' '21   l ���   i      al      'I    '  j  cc.its.    Tin v i'  i ,n  M    I,  1  ll t    t,  II'   I     ���  x l-i j;,1  Hid    ..  Ill-   ]','  Mi  l.  i -<h    s"  b'i'i     '-  llat'ii, i  i!U"'  n !  .'nil' .  ~,,,     'i  ���S    'Ct '  or, :n  . 1 l'<.  1" "  . I ., i  i ii i  li ,i"  .l.pt  it  UlCM'  jr, , .,  I'll'-  Of     1  I,.   "'���  ���ni    1-  i,.' pi ���;  1  O'l    , i  b ii J  l in -. I  ill  nc  i  In  i       ,  1   l-'l I  n  ii  11  ���tit ;:o?y;,;AC7c^  -I, i,  Ml  i*f"     ^       '                  I     V    's          "  .J    tC.,.         "'is..   *          '."- .J  C O > J C V-i 1 '    fj    C O ,. t3 s  I.I.  I'l  1 A N  ���JOJ  !'l U  THE  rth...s I  0 A  s i:  'tiu  .v��� Tilii PK'V SiiS  'iJK'iY ViIiJuG         ;  ���wt-sr  "'IP"  .'i  VI   P��l  t/.  Illll!  tO  L - ,ii   .' .1  1-0.1   1.1-  l''l-c Til.-.. |  I Ci.ti.ui       '  u                      '  I ll,  l> 1,1  .,. b,  I, 1,1 I  -"���I  ������*     y;_rv  j*uw A��� \  \%rOTt/   ',. ^j~   ,'��,  S'  Vi  UCHT  VJ._jtit��  , I    ,,!.,,   I      ,  ,    i,    .  >i   M   ���  .     r ||  .  I- ��� ��(���  '  , '��� i      .     ,., ,i  -   .v.. ,,t...      i    in 1   it   S     ��� '   ''  ���,- t ,���!...I-' I    . I    >     'I ...  'in* Iti'neiitl Oil Company, Umiti.il.  '.1  ;li  i1   l  1   I  II  hi  f '  l   s n-ill    liv ."���<.  I  I .  o1  I I   , 11  ill  <!   (���>,  11  1,1  ��  ll I ���-  MY VARICOSE 'VEIN'S  WERE C'JI'.KI*. i,.-:n..i,-l--.y hy  '. ������".EEfflS&l  P  ...1   l ... ,  ���i   look:  l'.'ian;   '  indb'-n^ like  yr.n,  I.   who   the   divil  'ho  man   <>n   your  back7"  t-..2lr  -  i in I \   y.fl.i  t. \. i ���  ������ll, (.    k    I  III  IIII'U,  (i  . any.v UKu.i  (.0.. tw..  ���-ISH. '  .guild, Wafs.  ll��� il^olj^ici  l..nl[.,^ tk Cftl.  HI,,,,-.  \  OKNTIiKMAN was engaging n  genornl (nan and tadPng him wbut  he warded him to <Io. '  '���'Von will have to clean the win-  dons and tae boots and the knives and  tiii mcsKiigcH, cliop wood, cut short grasis,  mind the horse and pony, look after  tho   garde"   mid   keep   tho   uouso   sup-  ,     Hill  .1)1     ,  I    -I    '-   f  ill     I  ,  I        I  [���,!���- I  I   !,.  J     I  i il !i i  I,  11," i'i'  ,1,1,1   to    J."    in  Notice cine'  who had b-ieii  who    adviseil  ,u , t io ,  n 1  v\ )-  ,      .n i  <���' 1   r ii  Inn' 'o  . i   nil   e  I In   ii'  ' "  ,1,,  Mi'di  i    , i   1 ill  ! ,     v I o.   i I M  |.    -  i I  ���\ h , ,1, ���<��� bi  I II'M'I ll'     i     on  I,  Pi   i r i   it  ���ii ,1 it i- leil i  '��� I 111 il'1 I  ll  1,1  In  li ,    I  nl  |l .     ',ii   i  <    -h .1    ,,  ted  h ii k  liv  lie     pi u i"l  ���ib  it  I  tbi:  11  was a  neighbor !  t roulilc.'.l  in llic -sail','; way ;  the    post muster    t'o.    u:-'  Dodd's Kidiiev .I'Jll.s.    lie. also had. beeii.  cured   I'.V  thi'in.    'i'iiaf's   why  he   recommended   them.  If youll'rn troubled with Kiln'ey 0)��-  case in 'imv form ��� nackache, Rhe.niiia-1  tism, Ijiimbai-o, 0 rnvrl, tiropsy, Diabetes, or Blight's Disease ��� ask your  neighbors.     You'll   soon   find   one   v/ho  f i "    1 bin' * o   iv ' I'm k  ,,   ),   ���    ,    ,!���!..-ii   %       J.,  mi   'I,    '   .       4' i In il," 1     t-0 lie     pined       ,    ,.|[  .reit.   ol   ,!om-.-.-.in:   lianedv   o..i e ...i.!i..i. I I          ^   ,.,.;, ..,  Mi, .',.,,,���.!'.��� si, oilctMbe but < ls liv m;x- |  ''"'    ; ;     ~ "    *~ r.  ii ir in planer of paris.by I'iisi'aico.   Tin* j     Useful  in 'Camp.���Kxpiorera,   i-urvpy-  <���'-,:.T- >-.-i' i m .s 'of :i  whole    family '  fellow '.^no prcfipei-tnrs,   anl 'hunters  will   fi.i'!  \i   ',    ,/tlP ���-'���I- ,i   ,    --,���^^^fm ijri'i-v     Ni-t-"V-,JsV'f Jt'SW !-���  ''f     /        '���<*   ������'".    ,v-v',{i-/^^rT^!Aij^'^"^^''-~  **- ��� .^|i,.,.i.,..,.i*..i ��� ,^^.JwXl��.^...^r*i.s-tft*Sr  I  ui��Ta.,>..fti , nfrfaijll.   FOR THAT  NEW  HOUSE  that   coo  k.    Buckwheat'cakes-were tlu-  ,<''."!plcte   i-i    llfplf.   Mother   Grave's  Worm exterminator does not remiire the  assistance   of   any   other   mediciiie   t'.i  ,!-, Te.ctive     It  docs not. fail  to  has^bDcn cured by Dodd'a Kidney Tills. I do its work. ..���,..  Dr. Tbo'nas' Kleet ric. Oil very useful in  camp.. When the feej and le.i;'n are vv-'!  -i,i polrl It is ivell to !rnb llieni freely  with the oil and the result: will be the  prevention of pains,in I be mimcles, arid  should-a cut, or contusion, or sprain be  sustained, nothing could bo better, ns  a dressing or lotion. ���    ,  ���Of  S.acke.tt Piaster B  The  Empire Brands of Wall  PSaA-ter  Uaaoif��HCtar��Hl only! tr��  The Manitoba Gypsum Co.,  wrtrai-PEa. MAN TIIE   MOYIE   LEADER  -"-t.  vw-1   _  Tl  FASHIONS   AND  '  ��� '/T&toBS-. ���,'��� ��� .'  b 1 w Plating ribjbpns.  ��� r.     ,.       , -liibitt'l )o vwr-V.  iliTeiesfmg   |,^,,r(,   of   ,1,,,   ru.)^,)ft   01.        ,  nuU-ei in il, ��� ,��oi-1 tn,ni,  t; ,t       '      '  bf'ii of, the skirt,  -.    ���-.. ��� .-._ ..... ,,.���,. 1} oj, r  ��n'l��.iblft��h   fSict.ui an wtdf, i, j-,,,- .���������  wi ft* i.||ifl,)   M'ti-I   t-Vep'  d"'ur<> lion   filupiud Jo  even-vshO��  At)   aiTi'ii'sf mi'   i, ��'.,���*   ,.r   ii,.,   f,,.i, ,,',,���,    ,   T  '���"'.'/nop.  fii'.'j'ori oi_��j(iMiiS is  to  bo  . , ���   - ��� .-* -������    . .   ���   C 1 III''JI   *0 r   I/PV ,' i hr- ti.ll  nl I lit  ami s���, ^ ,���n    ,rf thr i,,,,^      A ^ ,    5     '        '^ t r.pji-n  baftus or M,H'io< th,t >i,ii >..,.,, ii,. ,w,���-.( .... ..._r.l:,"*  k  ong  , 1  .MOTOEING  IN   laying   up  tbe   motor car  for the  winter, tbe storage battery, if (here  bo  one,  should not   be  ��," erlnoked  It should not be allowed^ * j -* ihtf  w tl  discharged   condition,   but   si hi.pl i     j-p  cone,  tin  occasional, fie��l,fj,(nfr  ��]ijr,^  at intervals of riot less th li. i-*p-y p��,'  months,  and  jppfeiably on, t   o/ei\   si\  weeks'    a ��i)   trCrhP'iii.g  (1)14.     ii,,���|)  be at ibe minimum'rai��, s !i , J, j, g,.']<'r  UJv   '���ti^fvft  on  the u.l-   ���, ,'u-     ,J)   t|,���  battery, and should.be \Ont\ mml npiJI  (lie  bittcry gates jcrf �����!;>.    'i')lr-  g   tho  simplest and  'i-rhips tin   b,   ���-   \>vj   to  take, care o   a battery -when *��� t, n(,t 11(  take care of a buttery, whin It ���, ���0t   n  ��,iys   be  Tea-dy   fer 'i*b,n   1  >u>   ... ���,,*,  when DfrtlpiJ. There is^ln.nev e*, moth  ���er ini>tli<>d of preparing id',-ag    battor  io* tor A Jong rest; which h ���'    foiUy,,,  vPirst ^jiljice  the  batte*if    on 'eh *ri��  fully  cbaigr-  them,  then  pour   o.tt 'the  electrolyte and till tjie bat (cry -with ,d;i  tilled  water,,obtainable  fir   iii-Po-t  an,  trug store.,, Ne\;l place the batteries iV  onluf. with ,t resist-at'CC or v,,,tir .M�� ,i  Mat irid discharge ,at 3.H ���i,>#,.;es Then  emp'y   out  water  from   ec4k  ;*icd   ,iiIo*,v  /hem   to< stand   open 'until   j.'iioroyglii|.  dry.   .Phico them in  a  cool  und  d^rk  place,, tatipg ^are tlirt4" no forpagu Sin-,'  stance  i" 'illowed ,to gjt  into  tlie eell--  10   form!  a Abort circiiHJ   'lo   put  ))���<*,  ^atti-now in service agatp, fit) Up   pi Hi,  with eieetrolytt;"of '1.1 "y hpW if*.- .'��tvr���  ry a|id p!|!��e,onJtbarge. ,      ,  X^^^m"!/^^!^.?"^  :��.S?��^.   "���   ^r   the    Union.sis. f  w  muiller dcsigas that all w,|; s���. u u tor  Ay h utile tl.-J foplosio.1.    H, t < w u   t^  Ins mt  fcti.;.j.ol   , ith  *b.�� ]>c-i A' wi   .  flu   !,n tiler-   'ibc-o  1.-,  4,', htr  tii.lt, (i, mm c-  J, nji'itl   lit   1 i ,r ,'  i,iv e stltMi/pg ,,i  fjjf  t,  h.'i    , it  1011    1��  it est  . .    . . "-.v   Mi 1     t ,'iiLa  *rom tbo njo.t dCic'jiti.ii deii*Tu *jj : tut*  ij'i.vt/ifcts that co."es fr< n a >,�����-���������� J  -liily oi  tonditicus. ' ��     ,  pice ted i< r (j)\\  Mr. JJoiuli   NUMidc-r, Unionist, was  itn.u cVl   u  ,-p,     , j   .or   ,1,1.1.   , }^lt.  Oll.SIOll    v'     ���        ti  tb ��� <jt,;e    t^ tlu'r , vj���,  VM'ikiU'Utsmp, (.lis quji-  ��� e.i  1  /;  Vr.  u. M    \ (i ;,  ton-' 1 'cr m  <>   n  j+r J    b j 1',  tloc ttd   i 1   J rt-f    ,r  '   Mr,   Hal* ir 1, <i  ,-JtH.lJe.l, (,,;j'j   ,     |(^  .'   D'.  J.  I.    '1( ,.,,  elO' tod  jn ;,oj,i,  I  1 11 ot 1st, -,vr)ri A^pb  b   ��   ,1111 ti,, .  ',!)/( ia!,  v.,m r  1 . ' 1 . ,  St 1 I.' I.im'.M. ti, '  jn_i. "  n 1   I ilifn.l. s\,is r<  \ rll '1  t,   win   ll  The Union.Bank of Canada  Its '46th  Annual  Statement,   the  Best in Its History     ,  ���  K'O     I't,  ..   v.   Htli  bo^n  s  It is about tluce yc-irs si-< e th* firv,{       All.  Ja.i   \��. 1 , j(,'���I  i-ti.1 rjucst aftci   CjUxi't.'ess   btg,..    ,,u j 1 ile-, to 1  ivt   ';rcv4,���,.  >l  hil*, continued'p>ir since    ,1 1 'those   'vucb^c '-  days scue roncerj-i isuigai'ed sotne Of      v.i-i!,itti J;, ill,,<!.'. ri.Ioniir  Up    tug   tactots   that  go  tof pit,jute   u-ic!ectCv{ lor KAUt ' ��),;,,,    �����,.  qiiiet tiii     KiigiLOcs at  (1 at  (>������� ip 1    Hjr v e,u , Vi  11���. ,\M^ West, and mar  U/ed that ���{ a gc,urset make- no's.', tin    neifa, Winr ipca; gul.  was n  ra)ii.li<.(i  lMitJiso^fljrUt,  fr-  liU* IK Oft   p,p'    '  arc; "nfi/j use  r   nitidis pliy tin  im^rtaul p,'r{   hp awi (lp-  lire fftnde of t-verV odr-jelvMhlv'/iBd upi?'!- tjt^itu t n  t^Kils, fS^e^-. .poifi; Stic),  * - *   -���-   '������  ���*���  hut ���"���������-���      '"    '   "   -  iti w'1 ���Sj*,I,"*PW'l��;�� ��".,!{,'hb^it�� putern  ?e 'ftf 1} an  'if  tterns  winter and  b'e ma  JS aljutvs-, ia^jivbr,  ftflt,' b/U'lJii'v ;i '��,<. ,,-Mho 'o-i -jil? BU'r-.TJiuJUi,"- fh;> folds  t^lher at f3��* bHk.'iid f.J.o0mtfmiJ. Vjn,B W, sain  gow.�� fjlwil' with ,bl5<k vMulon .V��'W,-��Bt bin-HP ,���*the  fror.fior Jhe ' t'r^ a !,tit yard <*lw>\�� lhe )���-.���, ai, l'hoHi'i*  ^ygHi,pr ,,V lehl-rclh. is'VtVp^)', eTppt?^ ' \np!nVr smiila?  OM��W<* W the/rorj vf'the ^\^vp\t t��> w'aistMine but    , <   jil    ,�����        ' j , r J    v  n/.tJiin-g iMcwifooli-b itban to spend,a Ipt  aojng ��ycr,'*'a Ja*sttf��Saso_iiVgoiF.n*; there ,are  1 * t- -,  Jf an ammeter a*i<l rh^dstjit, or resist  nice'are'not'to be had,'an 1 . htuginjj  is to btidonci frMh a, 140-vnlt.'rtJrea up��  rent, labips may be.Usod���,'ti ,i\ damp  re<-i*placlei 111, rnultJpbjc'or> pufdl!^!.* 4Vs  a' 10 can '|i>pnwci-fl jllOA-olt lump rcun  sutiles.^pproiiiiijildy.^/j-B^grc', and a  ^.%iim}jepo*rt!r ���110-V0lt lamp 3 simpm-,  to ob'iun .} amperfs it >���:�� ta'^e six IC*  naricllepower, tamps, or ttirtv ."'/caudle  power tamps ^a parallel.' ^ud in the  yime way,' for I..7',,ampcres, three XlV  Wildlepowcr larngs, i-vparalM are rn,  cpnred. \The Ifline^ method ��h ivr be foi'  lowed 0/1 direct-eufj-ejit iwrcuits" of'ofher  Jlian UO " "��� "  t  !���  1 ���.. ���  ap"pibsima'fely      ,.     ___.t t.^  througb  h,  requiring ^fw-else  Iamps'fcir  I'ampeies; and as n"A1 ean-llep-owpr 220  ;<iolt lamji would coi.siitiie about   ���>''a,pi-  peje, six sifcjh lamps would, fyinish'-thi  ;ioise,wiU he mfepviil if ,hi- ��ar poiv  is bu It close aiopnd thf, g or bo*', th"  tuody" <.<��riiig((.. a'>juadiig boird to  Aaki- up 1hu vjbra^iopis uf ibc- g ari, t  Mid ainnl'Ty tbf,)l. "ih.i, i<?i,"  C'u.s  t/j  iifi>ipi,iatu .tijB gc'.irhtia  lb  cot,  with  rcSr av|i~ fitting ii"��, i,,r sv/.u  tiom thf bcJdy'u, jVo^-tldj. \M ,-iowticJ"  uig it wbf'ic ,tbf. ,i0i,p vvutiH be tfs rca.i  dy abspt%J ,��;, pos-aible. Other con-  't'Cns  Imm- used  11 envy ,alfi*!li��4tt:��i  cist  t" ti  t .1  ti  b. ti' ,  ��'i , 1. -  ���t")��jt  i'uas<,  ellt.  -,!     tt,   r'C'.t   flf   II..J   I'l  , j j  'He J '.i ih,   JMfl  1  5 "i U ��  -i\ m hoi      ^    lui  '^ "0'j|1r   '"'b.   v,t|,    t  1  '       -li   S^i >vvs  ���      '  :  '  i ;"-r'*.   '..-.n    ,  , in  < ,s,t  -3 tl  "T? il  /,  ��� i  Hi) ,   T ti  rfl  ll u   OL'i  ol  11  i 11 J up ,  ->,  J'l  .ac io v  lake .111  n ten ��i  Itttured   111   'lorunto  'W,   t" "' I'P'I ' I- '-'���  liirktiih'ii'f u*  nt  t, <fi    * 1 ,  Iii   < :yi'ji/t1t'o'"p1iij!ic men who'll r. I'/" '    J '"'   '' l'**'*}^ "or thf; y,  U'U 1 tl>   1 .tsi'ed fin 1 Li, i ��,'tidMn�� will i "���''''"'* ���" ' "fr , si s of m.u, ,>r , '  .lr.   ��.  Vivian, iv li, |t..-i,tdi     ,1. fi,.sltnr#, ,\?   , ,}  ol to (Silfij,!,.,,.    Uuni  I'1''"   ' '   ��!-��   st'-k'K.,x      ,  t  j.-,-  If     'O  . .. .  t   -t'"l<V  tlie Seoli'uhl  ^tui   otter, fin,.,  h i'i,   di'iVa.lijd   ii  iirkmh'tid o;   >j , i''|.ioi| St iifi.Hi.ieat.     ,  fair   Altrc- f   ���IrV.'t   ),,b,.ni|,   w p5   n    i''"1"1   '"  le<��,tJd    11 J-vvani-i,.,, �� ( -;   '<> hi(f���  Oto T. If 4o ( u 1 or non! as itsiM'l,' jj, | ^,'j,  jjj  e Seoti'uhl cliKis.oj) of f.tvei'jvi.ol. .  , .  , .....    -.-,. .    *-3��r  '*>. i'ii's !,f/U.A t.f,4)t viMl.,r i,  .igs   biotiMii   oi    liglitij'r' fitiuiipjfigs be it"'-  f('l'  !T>. vi/irs  rn pje^tej as Liberal  ��� atPc',!,{'   l'gl.f/ Btampiii"  h#nsvB  as  a 1  ififkr lijn I ,h(   !�����,   turd,'  a* flow   ease  and   jhu-iius ,  th     ^u-id   I     Mr- J. A. Ci Ji.,A, lHnint/i-4. 0*11* of cm,  n,JiC*e  -'re  bufsoniL' 0/  the1 A<-ui;i��jlj,\ \ recent  n-isitoi", Hnj, dstoutt'd, ni With  ""''''"   ���'"   '-' iifcess, tHat  hav((  bi*.^ I *>'tn>t  M uiilui-il'i      ,,        ��,        f  ,'lb1" H,<>.����, i^MCtt (/tip.i's��, UnicJiiist  Who liaU->,!��.>t fluk^a tv,Mr oi" (bp In,'  minion, v.n  pass  |>robIcms  on  cjji  HiiJv'cd  ia   the "trend o'f  motor' e.�� fsd  lai.ci'. "^    ' " -      " 4  It, iiaa, fi/j-.vevi'1-y been ��vPb th^'motw  tbat Miuolf .Jd'o-re btjiJ (je, ,t VCut ������, ^  duciug iiotii*. 1','Uileib aro fei'.uUur fli,li  ifisettiifg iibie disks c-r vv.��bcrs in tiii,  upper uiidnf 0* the push rods vvhoui t,ln'v  slrike upo�� t/ici"luwer enfis pjrt}b,. valvl  stom.s, fue ffbro-iibsorhing'the vibrntioi.  'I hen; too, >omc Quakers luv*,3 insertc; 1  M>iir,Ss jnJthe jniab iod guides to hula  tbo pas,h rod rpllers oonwltt^iy agaltibi,  ��� sie.cnmanaft arid cams so as to avobt  the ipappii'g of Aha rolleis agamst Jhe  cams. ' A i'qw'y^ais ago'.lhuvahe spr'ii.g  c6vor was brought o,��t .which cdinplete-  I; enclose* tbc^ops of tho push rods as'  nell^asi the valve spribtrsa protecting  the'it 'iromMirt and JDSuritg betlalr Itibr   ctr���    ~     *'   ���-*   ��� '     ���  . f'r  , a  cm  ��JH    1,��,   v   Ui  ,   '"<-.     '''I tin 1.  'Ik   "0    t-,vi|    i', ,,,   "  M"i<-   ,ti   ,tbf   cpi)  CO'ltt  OT   \0iW���|,,r   rjj  !tl)lK-   It,!,       ,fii  *�������������'��� fc-" Cm    d^��bjtim>  1��^ �� ���  -ici  ,^^  h  ����toJ.,1  0f, (V gor,  'ttu-   wa*i"  *''''!''*5i^.t{ .,; lau,,^-  'j'-tt fJ"ir.ijfyVl.,,,!������.,};, .,  r   (<*lt,   J?jr|   0JJ.  ....        ��� - -  -Tt, rev'tjis,.  id, vVith the positive wire ftf the cliarg  i,ir  eii^pii   cijrir/ec'tef!   to, the* npgitiy.'  Ifr'iJmiJ nft tlie liatWy, w'li'cli',s .nark  ed(���t/or N, tlip lottery will bP injured.  ','r.V b'mpie  tt.ctliokl���of  leaning  wb eh  is tbg positive, and nfigafi-ve wire is to  boll  the  ends dF.rtath wires lilumij. on-  )H!h apart under,'water wlule lh> cut  !<;'lt ,{s  t'��-ii<*d  tiifaiid  bubbles  vvj]   be  ~��i'nu to   rise   from   the.p.riegiti'kv   wiri*;  nbfioii-ly iJit-uotlic-r wM'e is the pos'tiv'e  'lite   level iof   the   electrvlvte, a, ihlute  t-bOirikallr  pure   sulphUfip "*tcid.   slmull  be about   Va  incdi above the plate if and  its -IphmIv,should be (esU'liiKy^^ioBal-'  lyiwilli a|,bvlro'neter whei ,fiiitv cliarg  ed and  adjusted td'1.230 specific -grav-  ���ly, or 30 i^eg-eus Beau^o     if, mc, .^rjiv-.  ty  o*?,tbe electrolyte i^  lo'v, take* out  some   with   a   uiorcr   bulb" a.id   add   a.  *tlf�� 8?% *>��lut*on," J,ot  f\-cee^yltg , 1.4QI}  specific gravity, or ��] degrct-a"'r!r-niamq.  If the grav,tytia,to.i high, add .aistilled  wiftar, ui til jthe proper ,ioi,.-rt iff readied  after mi-ting.  iThe'mixing takes pla'ce  bett   while r the  battery  1.,  clmgil.g  at  (be lower rate,   Whenf'eb-irgi.itg   alwav>-  iinsercv.-   tbe--rubber \rntsvtO  exa-itine  the electiolyte anjl \\o allow gas  to es  cape more  freely;  kVe.l tbe vetifS clear  oru'ob��lructions   and   do-   not   bring, a  naked  flame  near' them.    3"he plnrgiVg  iftte "hmtld never e.\i*i'oi flip 111 ivimtim  j of   the   10   amperes  for  tbe   UO-'unpew  hour batterv : lhe  regulation  beic;g ob  lauable b,y reducngllie nnmber'or add-  isg mine or larger limps to the cbarg  ing circuit.    The  rhaNimtim   voltage  on  , huge -.hould bo, for a i-eelt, ti volt bit  tpi v. about  7.0 volts     Jf  no low  re id |  'ig voltmeteriis  it hi d, charge at the,|  nigh, rate tint 1 the cills gas, or bubble  ircelv, and tb'li cut down to thr* mul:  ricafioii^ Ox them, "but ��� also deadcjcuig  tbo ?ou!id causedjSwhcn1 ibe'rpu/sh rod  strikes  urloa  the  bottom   of  the tvahc  Uen}' 1r   ���       "f '     1    ' " ��*i    " i  4 j Jut as*yet thoi'i-uestion of sifeuce has  imlj 0��tsn totiebed upon The K,,gi sh  nuktist ba'e aloptejl'thfe silent chiuu  foi c'nvijp th? camshaft, awj juaw (jpu-  tiiienfal inalcer.s ha>c gone still-fttrtbe,!  (,ind   usi  ,th<i  ,'Je.t  cinin   to .drive  the  j'l^iu-to as well as 'the e.itirtli'ill .i'i.''  (hit vyat'er pump. .Tjiit jfeall jn the tjiuist  nt ,qti>etnps^ fiut*;tbey Ogo still ',n,  tliei Those,miming tbeii fa-'b fo vaKc  ui-tlu-hcad mc^tdrs h iv!C lealij-ed tint  npi e lus bee-a a cjbtiracreristte ��ot* m,,iay  ii'Otorsicot' Jms type. Tbe noise has bean'  Katie -0 clo-e'toLt!l,e top ot tbeibonnet  hat thi- literal i)i tho bonnet fifis au'ipal  ilv 'ir,,'(icjseii, tlie 1 Oi'se. Jo' vi.idMh,-  LOveisli,ivo been pi iced ovcVr the CntiVv'  alve o,p,eaat!ng pints, and th^si-M'overs  ail matenallj ,id 1 thet. lubrication ol  these parts. *" ���,   " ' ,u >'  n,l. I ,        V      * l   n^ r , I  To' studv still further'tha, ramifie-a  tjous oi the" nois'e problem in"motors .it  */ isjteiebtii'g^tc/j, note^ that with .mailv,  i|iiker,a itt is a question^ of vwli.etnerb it is  better to wive more power with /rtprv  no.se e-Qn luss^ power and more* silenee.  iligineeis hive long spr-ep ad.nittud th^l  the thape of the cm'mis a' determining  laclor-dii oritam'iig powor^iis well-is ih  ^btan in'"- no se. pertain cam designs'  will civi>(i.ign powei but are too noisy,  whereas other camsiare -very quiet but  rate until tho '-ells aciin  gj*- tree  Tha *notorii>g public are'gioatly pleas  ���id vvitl. the HtieoiTce 1 cnt iliab'lip' com  ing" auto uobile show '��� t Cuiala to be  h"'1 under tbe nus tn cs of flu* Outi,,o  ''lon-i I e.isrt.e tr,o*n Fl'b "o,to M \<- '1  -4 w !! be iu the Armories at Toronto  instead ot 1 heriiiarkii  'imiiig.  It is an induction that the automo  bile now raillvs civ-itl^ fie hc>ise in im  portame in the, e.M'-, of the military  .iiirhnn'ies. Ti. the p t*-t they hive ni  vvavs retusfd the Aimnries for'the mo  lor sbivvv, and ia fact the Horse Show  itself ��vv;s left out in tbe cold ot the  M.1 I,avvrei,cc Market (or .Uncouple ot  veais. But thev ,now -,ee a now liglil  a'id if is .1 compliment to tbe euterimse'  of 1lie loc 1) ciiiililarv   olticer" *  'il\at automobiles, wotor trucks and  'lutoi cvcles are nival utile for md'tarv  nil11 i*-ps there is in ,1,1 ibl Tlie i;uu>  i'i' 11 g<>\ t'utn'etits li.iii lie, 11 In ivv pin  (1) soi. ot notir v,>lii(|t> oqnipmen*,  tut 1 uoliili s    t.,i   cm  k   1    pip 1 1,1  lo  ���>      o       ��� --��,-  lect a  middle c^bstrsp. one  iti which the  unximum ' power    wild    tho    mi'iirnu >i  iili'-e  has   piiou  obtained     This   is  o e  j re son   upb\r the  motors  on  special  nc  II g niachiiies are often very noisy, the  elms having bet.11 tiesigued sotcly to  give power no rriattcr hovvv much'^tlie  iicii^e 1  1    Perhaps   ihere   is   no   other   part   of  a car that is .^greater ot'ce tdei   i.    ill  matter of noise thin poor cati-   Rveivt  ujie is fatii'lt u   with noisy int'i ig g��tis  III a. motet, f,1! tin* div^ wfien spur gea*-s  were i"el the olrelice Wis greati'-r, but  nu.v tbar ceais with spiral teeth aie,  emploved   tbe  nc i-v  h iS been   rp 'uce !'  n��fi''ili;d j,t ^.^pred-Lt' li._  ,   fcj'r   CJc-itiC'Lt, iveidcil'I oolco.1 ai''.tlip,  rpcent   visitor,   was    elected* Unionist'  ii*c'iiber for buvei timt.'  , Mr, A.t J>-,SlesM-Afa.!tbi)d, Unions*,*  V.-litf reijitutiy/ispetit s/Jtne lunea in'Can  -ada, *,v^s reelected'' in j;a��t Birimiig  1iara/H f     " '  Sir   GeprgeJ Uotig|ityf   Unioais*-:.   wli,'  tiddrcRscH! ���?nej'ti'uidiau' C'lu!'   in  Toi  csntoj-'a   short   tlmt"  ago,   *,vou' Grimsby'  foi  (he  Uijoiusts. i <��     n  .��     ���* lf_    u  .   M;ajor   Norton, Griffiths,   vvho   is  set,  flipg  totatl'ordsitire   p,,Oplo   ill ,the  Cuii  adifuij A\k*st/ was re 1 lected as .Unioiifsit  member /or Wpdnesdav. . (  ��'<  MA or E" F. i-oalc's," M. V, a 'fonpei  Insider.t or. Canada, was'alected Cnimi1  'St member for llewist.ni.'      ''' <  ffi  Mr.  L, S>.  Atiieiy^' Ubiorits^,  tvhoiha-,  laviljad iii^Caiada' and piHiiied iiki,ii,,  adtan _girl,   was defeafed' in" Bow" ana  Ur,.,,,!,., ���   ' ,. ��' ���'  IJromlev  0,"L'T of lovalty to his own sg.v thr  manager ot tbeJ woman's spit clc  partmetlt dischaiged li)st'noting  'stenographer nuir.hred a, iaa4." 'lit,  fi[-st batchtot letters durated to "tin  man were ,vt i!e'->, *to'abotit a, b  old customers, .vcbo't' he "njviipci  a'niiieVravatcly ���' Iot(of cM'lusivp g.'u  ���rients oeiorc Ute; -\'fiia pl,iK>if on tile  ' The day after the knots wete'miiile'1  'he^v'orii^rt ti^ckad into <.he 'stoic but  (lit* fire' that; buri'ierl in they eyes via-'  ��Jie lire otrth'o nvcugcrt rather "t-b'tn ,ot  liie, bargain  butitci'.     ' *-  Ont' \vord #vh?eb each <woin,n3 In,/  iindpiiined in lu*r letter exolaine Stlii'i*  wt.ttlu rJtiP g)rn*ents,AS'�� lbs nill'.nrpi  had meant fo sgy * bad' lve" flps'grc,  tnrtl}vl'-.'ii?:<i��ofjttc.wk figure, suit as Uu>l  ,i<Jsses>ed, but theuinali* stt-fiogtaplie-'  riad drawn ron"(<h�� ilph-iHet and had  wnttp'i if'^stockj." * *<     ,  '   j'Nci uvoman*  o'u learih   wpniftft'liivM  .been guillv pf;such a,tmKr.ike,'*' gutm  bjvd the nmnager. r    *       , t.  The(ne-i-t  week the girl s*tenog*-apliet  tfad b'e^; 30b bark.  -   *-       . "+-"?    ^  ��� '  l 11  **���>        ,�� t  THE INVENTOS OF DICK TTJBPnr  ������, b-,flg ,n,u,as���d,bv $,o^(K>)*aoPI '  increased dttrug tic^PJ^C  -nous that the deposits not beari^.ia-  lurcst,  ai^mtf   to,,almost' .Siv'O^AO,  ���cf W.IJtO'tjij, t!ttj'  aifc iaj-rifaso to fh.^j*'  _     (��4 bo,ir,itgh.tpa��st imlieate's an  *�� r^�� ,1 the luinl,'   TJu, u,a\Lnu  MiPi'.s ,hc bank to 0,3 parr-eptA.h-^xong  'ii i"sjKres.u.*c,, Li gjjl aai)   (),^i0jon  * W �� h cl. ^..fiyi-b, to/ne^    11  peri  d     oi^th,  0.KI  ]i,b,ht;f-���  a h  -iibo  /'i  'WiHsg lKCita'-el b>/o\e-  tug fi*p ye.u:  Pi's, Is.  "���!���<" <  n*-?Z  '���k  unlit,)    ,,    .   I, v '".    ' l  11 0     1'wt  In.'  .IsS't*,   f,u  Jc ,im  ill', ks  JU'l atqiy lira i  di'bectur.i's  -anl  tde,  t iii  Or  c.liis,  aie   't,y  usorlv $i -J-Uiiii oob , <  [>  i'"V iwt. 01 th(i total Uab'JiL'es." y  '4be r.tt pro/ifB'for the yeir sb nT ^  tnp figmes.  lot^gtvo sufliciei't power, thc-> result I 'P^E English pipers are ma|cmg m'iny  ,ig> that   (be etigmocr ib��s0 had to'se-    -*���     interestij g refori i^ces   to   a   t.vr  volume work entitle 1 "Wlli-un  F|arr;soji Ai*-S)vnr!rj and ll's Fuends '  recently published in Eondon. * Ain��  vvo'th was bo.-n m 1S0"5 ami was oxje of  the- most sxiiigbtiv hter:,ry 'characters  (ijiis time, n^ vvr, te " i'bp"Tower of  London, "'n.d "'It lokwvod " aad -'.l-,ck  ���5hep]��i  Viuoi of   sAJr.fr, ���,��� lnp %Hl(?1(iil,   lM  "i ?! P"-^ ;o��: and ih'it total -{sset,  ^ tho'  baa-k  im jiipre��fe, of '^i.ii|i|.0'.8  dmJig  Jie ifmojvrfrjl.  ^Ue total ,assV ~"bw*  .amcui.i .to, the lugrsu.ii of *s'57153 0Q,}  i'3hi,pm<)iUt inehl^i0p JBa-.k ha^be'  co-md oi-r. oiS-fhe larger'df otir iiii-aicial ��i  *Msl|tll"fkms:���'   'I'aat   ifc'V bcivthg, ih*u  .needs, of   tbe ' basfness   co^iuimiilyi ia  ,'liown by'.Ju- faitytliat'itvliia loa-as W  ' bvi^ii5ci����      tiles h( ,t' er' J.jO.O'ij'iOl  other imi"e.aiouJoYt  its gro\vii> T  Jwcci'i thii^-onntry is (hp fact Hut ,i,.r  l*'g rb'j v.-it- 37 hr*!.-,! bea vor a^nexis 0fr  tbe bank tunc been opened-   AltogetbeV  iba  '-b"w,i��' tiude  oy the h-i'U ?, the  best 111   It a,.l,u-i^v^.^.^^.j-^���js ,  ... ~������.   ,  ^���    '    ���"��� ��� -���V���.�� .1.-1���it; WCUT"S~rr lips jjj- rfj-  t^st  iredit uion the president, board "of  duectdrs r.ad gei era] manager.  )  Anal  1 Ptjrt  ft-K*  A  lull's     In,  fl'l     1.11 ll   g  ���  >i    \ eb  !  II-      S    VM ' I   ' I  '���*'l      .      |I      1  VI'     1   *    _���-  -  1  ll 11 ,  ���u   .    (is  I 1,1'  a,  '   :,,,P,i  pot  to  ni I'l  ' 1   ���    I   *,  ���    1 ���   !im  ''  ii. 1  1  I'd go still "lurllui   the worn his b *��"  iitrodtui*.    w th    apparel,tlv    m,    otlP'r  reason  than that of reducing the hum  ruing 0: geais.    The    motoi     With    tin  'rtusvers,'   shift   in   fiopr   is  bcc'iimintl  cli-iimon   m    Hoi ope  mid   is  giipn g   in  \meriei.    It sc*nplo}s the   worm ���dnv-p  hi  lea*-  avl.v  the   ni'im   is  fiking th  d.lce  or   tbe  bpvcl   pitrru   on   the   reir  ^nd or the propc!!e>- shift: and hi eiiait,  !ru"n ears *t   s be.ng used 1,. the ���rt tr  'io\ to trtns .ni to < he j.ckshnfi, '.\ here  f.'iirs must  be p*cd as ia  gear'-ets ton  cnis hm'sti- 1 l^o sppcnli/e on _'r��',l  ii.g the tepih ti runo* * tbo b'gii  .|wt.  ���id  uUi-"f* 11     10 sires' a >j r   it li to  ib  solute silem.      ^^. it is  ill  thro igh *b "  uitnr   u* '   ,',,'   ,ri'sins  ���, ,   m ,  ,^   ,;  ���heppinl and mauv other dr eitmg Ar;? --���'���^"'^i covered tbs -*-buuln  .ooks. tthon he cine of are <*.' vs \ '-'-���'''naiv*. kov tl pages" m l,=s tin s (we  jiiiJou  re li'vir. be  tea, a  pi&n   abt si I ]���   ,uu' uorrs i^ut wb��n the praons t . .  town,   anc?   s vjggeri'd   11   lhe    spl��arti.l  *.i sleoafs ot ihe (iee ol. anl ch ilhrrgutl  'he Con it D'Outy * 1 I  iJisraeh as tip,  best dressed man  m Loni*ci!i.    He  vva^J  ->   sell it or,   -1   piiHisbc.   an   author,  ,11  bon vivetir, and =ii!fj gloric.ush lluough  'hr Yi, tori-t . na. ."iti c'tcd but tweut,|  odd   jcirs   ajro.     If'    ceno   from   Vti'   ���   ]  hotter  wlb  ,in   a bmnitioa  tor Lamb,  went Our  to see bii;  nf;vr eerttm  cor  "spo'idei ci?, and  ihi^ iv is  tho impres.  -ion  of  tuc young evi-pais'itp    " V  vis't  nht, h 1 p.ul to t'i'irles r.at.ib'ih* o'her  " phi has given  the death  blow  In  ,iiv  linr.i; on���,t   rtu irv   men      "Vi Ii st    t  in,, .1     (1 ;,*     co,'ki,iev  " hj     1-'"     'ibev  .veio gJ tup s y.-ys cif ho-n* an i ,u Juev e  is re Ivce t p ���"  no1 e,  vvliea   v.n,   un.   11 1  vol  do    I  hi 1  ���il" ui  1 1-  iu -t  ivciK  *��0 IVI1  ' 11   1  lisl|  1  do t si i' '  n ! en ��� 1 1  tin  siiortis  1 ^*  -  1  ffic il  1 1 .  1 r.< i  1 1  1 j, ���  rod  A  . . tie  lhe iviulo road agn ���tQj  a  lives ,and  di-taiien  ugh,  'Kvi'iitiii  ".lack  Whip ..a r "  son  ot trilogy  o'   ui   1   Us,  "be AthoK.ieun  nub  t>nj,ed  h.m ���.i)',i ^ithir , I t . t.Iu-v  1    1 fi    Ii s    assoc at ��� 11   w -h  j ���    e-vpl uned   path��tie,lh    ihu  , he luil line- i,v contu.'t vm li t,h sii  1 t-cctiKlrcls. ijinr his nbippt wis t 1 1 imse  not d:o ediry the public, ancrih.t ihe  Thieves p liter whiib ra.g ttucti^h  Li��i,r,oil ii' 1 up Hrt tbirt-es. ' ��� v \ > y  dolly p'lls, i��Ke awa*,, at'd s0 !0rtii,  was dug fni't  t snail handhooK ���   '  '  \    -vv,,"b   miisr   k.ivo   oeei     1   st-jo1:    r  lid Hijiiit* u   h s e'irlj manhood, v\ 1 h tho  he -vv  , t  iound  b  in is rig .,  a-'i ��b, .  a l*acT ;i  biib-d biT  1 0     111^  t " N- th-'pseccuoi-s -vonlh M.rt  toi;,ow'N   V'   !' 'aut'"sT si,e.d��       \   d  fem  ���b-ir*b   ml s ,-,v  tt.e loi.tn  uturs toa"��s ''���   f  is imsiing 1 lamH be   us,  of  m  1, ns   Ll.ukvoa s,MiM'iue   mJ'",">''*'   w" " I'1* ".tt-icfc 1.    On-  tpiy  shi-i    '7   "ti*i-.|s,   s.tr,.(,r'    ���   rhlJ lako t,-p vear 'sll. V.ttb th" s|,et, h of  oi 1  o\pu-il,!'  .is,gj��� tor >i,!vei  '"1     s>v      I     .   in     1     ,.��� j    v,lib    ,lt,t,sr>|  1  v  fi  I'   V\   up  \i!s |T-  s<v  i'  ,  IP'  i_br,  0'  1  ii  it      I ', t!  'OlV  o; b r Xor  -' ipln r' -  1)   u hi   -'  , I I   ���'  t V  th it 01 eer 0 ,  '--Mi  ����� oe.il.  - re ��� n  t     to  \\-..l  1 II '  vv'  1 , 1  ^c* or  (..se 1  \l, ,  i; s    1^1  \lll~  1 PLIi'M  lak  B/i n'H, g  1 C  r     1  ��* fun  1    -i  si 11    ���  ;    i.  '-  d   11 f  ������.. V.ttb th"  s lull of gl  I)  ll     T   t-s    loi  1'ii.il-o  a   ,1  c I    h-*us   b  ap  nl  1  i"p  U.  ,i  hi  linifii ii *  u"t  "   Tl  -  1    '  tr  1   it  1 I  ll  I  1  >,  ,1"  ll'    I  the BtST r-nr?u"ir r i  ��0,1 I IT Ui OVES,  V  y  *��� tin  ti., 1  ,1 im 1'  1   1       I     V   P'  V I  I    ( t     1 I   I     s        III       '.'I!  al,       , ill   mi  r     I' st    it (1 1   1 1  1   II   'Vis    ��, I]    ,k,\i     1,1    l,|| til  th,    b, It    ii  I   (In i,     111  h  111'        's 1     1    t      >      \\ 1,1    IM    I        ,1  1 in,i gh,   11,. . , 1,  u 11| 1,ni 1   , |nf h   1 1  HI     S   lis, ,]     is   t   1 nl,      ill), H' 'li   Hi  t llP   Wllil[.    I ,, L.    |.     u   1   ! \    I! O'f     |l li  '' ' ''* of bim* s it in iiii- ns lb 'kirt '1 1 1  Hi" mil pntlv ot vv I ilr toicrid with  i���'iin if binds ot while 1 11 e 1 ri,"i i|  i' k .and  (here  fit.(aliod with  flat  bow  with  tl !       ll   I     I,  ' , 1 ,-   i'i  I   will  1 Iii *    IK  an  ' V     )   1 li     V t 1 v  i's, lur *    s id t v  \ Own Tilde's  1 lie ills ,,(  , 1,,| 1  1,  11  I! ' i  lis  I  I ' I  ll  ,1  FOSc?  fiat,  '- "11 th,. linl"'  '"Is   on   11,0   evening  gowns,   particularly  "  '''icy ,.,pl  !'"'�� dancing "frocks, are extremely pictui',  - I'kieed with (hi? bovv.s just umlor tbo sboul-  An  will not  with  11 li  ilill'i-r  ruwn thai  has 1��  ,1' , hilVuii   or   messalini*   do   soic>   overblouso  a a ol 1 waiM l">k like no"-, but if trimmed-  .,'.|���r  will   tiiti K,*  the  great est   difference  in  thuu.'bt to have scon its best day!, ,  tl     ,111  S I   111     t  bibv  I    I   Hit   In |, 1    is   I  I   1   ". > 1      ill  f o (  !   ml  the  luillier  bis the  guirintc,  . guv 1 rnnti'iit 11 ilvsl I hit tuev do  cmitiHi one pirt 11" il iipino^is  'up; (one  liung    them    Mrs      I oil 11  Kid��� itson, Stri'itsv lie, Out. wipes-  "I hup use 1 Bibys Own Tiblets tor  constipation with the verj best rcults.  Thev are indeed a valuable mc.Iictt'e  tor little ones." The Tablets are sold  by all medicine dealers or by mail.at. '25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicino  Co.,  Brockville, Out. j  'it's of 11 e  ���eceive in, re  ut'f,  -     IHf t  \  1'tll  ,1     lint      hi .,,1  I  b    d    1  ii 1 \ ^  "W Ili'll  '       11'cut'fii      I'd    imt     M ml      'W hi'ii     1 *��� s   \i  si  'Inling  th*   *,   -, ���   ib    f   !,      1    'fii     'i   1     g   wr,,l>  s  ;n   ind   better  v m't'ti it ^btp     1    i  not    \   m*    n 11 \  v   sunn!,   snu'thitipg tho vibrit>on  CANADIAN'S  IK EETT'SH HOUSE  Till' 11 1 nber of ( i' llutis w li 1 vver,  Ciiii'idatcs for election to the Isrit  is|i House i.i 1 mi 1101 s in the u>  cent campaign wis sirpiis-.gh 1 inw  and of (hem all itwntild seem that  but three mot with defeat���Mr. Botiar  Law. Dr. .1. E. Mi'lsni.,. and Captain  Duicair Canipbolk an old Trinity University, man  cif Toronto, who  contested  1,      '  'I,,   t;   ,  '    -    1  '  I.  I  1     ,.  ,    1   v    u> I  ,,  0  h   lie I), * u   11  111"    111 I    '  1 I i t I 11 t.  11   '  t, 1,  I  me 11,v   1    >   1  1     * I <n , r ' lip pig,"     st,,,  1   - I  1 ' 1 v   1 ,, 1 It  w ti h  Hi     *  v in   h   1 1 ,1, i  st ir  * 1 I    ,.  1,    s-     I    1.       '���     ll    lit- '!!,  lb '    I 01III*��V    1 '    I'  , 1 im  l lid   "a  si 1 nii'J   to  'll  ll  I'll  i'l    '   1 I  :   - ; l xh  ." 111 it 1 11 J  v;'i',]i> p 1 n  "       L lit I, Tl 1  1\  p '  s   Pet ore   in,.  ,. Warts will render the prettiest hai'ds  l'nsighlly. C'lenr tbe excrescensc>s .away  by using Tlollow.ay's Corn Cure, which  acts'thoroughly .and   painlessly.  ib  ll,      s  't th  I,  I  1 r  "    I   s  s II,  t  vvh  I'l  1 . r  'w   in u ' 1     te   t  i    in     H Mm t  1..1  sii'k'-i'ss  follen-s,  hie   Trills . regubiie  <h  10 i-t s     ,l  iigestivi    <i-gi   -,  Pannplec "s  \ ege  the   {stomach   nod  liver   and    ri'store   healthy   aeti,*-'.     It.  ia wisp, to have a packet of the pills al  ways on hand.  70  ���ifiS  lfe��MI�� ,'
inE.MAiwiR,mow. buttlsh comtotta
;te moyie jiErML Ir
3 t-efeC-S-S-srsr fc**€«e«6e»«6ee**K
CHiNOOKERS
' Published in the interest of the people -* *-> , .. •      -    ,
oi Moyie 'and East Kootenay.
p. J. SM.VTJL p.^JB^eR:
(rtjiiikcs'iiiiti-Huv lew.)
aie    made    round \0'i n uaeroplaiio
As Lcrv/eiy Sees Things
' (Greenwood 'Ledge.)   <
L'y to date no   hobo' has   been
di-cbv'ered riding the   brakebeain
Fads for Weak Women
«...       ,._ it .ii .,._ . .-^t-n^cc «f women is due to son
ELTC    OF    SOUsCr-IETION,       ^
. Few'   men       |       u    ,
■Mouldered by pawing'wood.
In early days hiibby told , fairy
,toiies to,tbs children;' now he
tells 'em to his wife.   .
„ ■    '   i.    '    ,
Uncle Ebb says: "The man that
c'ome-iin. after contribution usually bows his head tlie lowest"
Canada has no tariB   on  governor-generals. , They still  come iu
' free from Old England.
Food can be cooked by hot air,
says . tha 'scientist. Thfo doe?
away with, tho necessity of,* real
estate men buying stoves.'
Cmno 1ms sung« baby to sleep, j The year is only ra month old,
J,?yriwe done the s:U»e BWl still a few ■o..l*c can he seen
Mal,s,,i"' '-    '   • '   dinging to the water-wagon.
'<,'"'     '  '   i  'i-    fn..    a   thing   without   charging   a cent
Moyie caniipt   look, fpi^.al^^   '      '     -  ;      '■
*>
' -bumper ice harvest this   yiu-
t , I'l--','
,ter.     ^       L_.	
—i, t
•   „ The V .vali ey, Girl  and   the,
Society Girl arc 'considerably
iiii the:iimeliglit these; days. <
it'* -
■       A' professor in .the  piiver-.
sity of Chicagp   declares ,thc
' \vorld '-is   'coding   .off.      He
>ust have had .a  ,l?e .-frost-,
'   .bitten.    , _j_, ' ' '
1 " H  " '.
." '-Thc'lioboQ's contention''in
'.Milwaukee 'is   over  and -the
S   delegates .have    jeturncd,  to
"their'l-respective . homes
" '\heir fast freight'specials.
'iWtenths L all the Mckne.. of ?<>^*£™m£%*^U%£i
ease ot the'organs distinctly feminine.    Such, sickness can do cure
,evcry day by i '•■»-» ' •    '±Z     mm
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
It Mailces Weak Women Strong,
Sick Women We//.
It octs directly on.the organs affected and U ai■«"£»«»■^* f^ £££
tive tonic tor the* hole system.    It ^n* feme e ™^MJBiPeMmin.tion. and
of. home.    It make* unnecessary the disagreeable ^"^J""*'/*" „£llorreot to'
' local treatment so universally insisted upon  by doctors, and so abliorr
every modest woman. ' - i       ,
Wc shall not particularize here as to the symptoms ot
those peculiar affections incident to women, but those
wanting full information as to their symp oms and
means of positive cure are referred t„<the Pepp e .Cong,
mon Sense Medical Adviser~100S pages, nevvly «*««j
and up-to-date Edition, wnt/irr on'receipt of 31 one
,*ent stamps'lto cover cost of   mailing only; or, in   cloth
binding for F,° stanij".       „   ,.   „. <-n   rr 1 ,   NT  V     <
Audrets Or. fit A . Picrse. Buffalo. ■">■ i •
Dr. Oook now "announces that
ho has hail rheumatism ever since
ho i-ouirne«lJ from the' frozen
ninth. -.'i-i >' ' sure it is not
-vvujter'rf ctami? '
'The announcement that a missionary has been eaten by cannibals in<= some Pacific i^e' indicates
bills in-soine j'ncim-  iy   »»«*-    been nuggeci ior mu ■«=-» ■•-• ^
-.hat they at lease   have   a   taste L     ev^ry man. in^ her 'set,'
for religion out there. - -    _                claimed Dean Herbert-A. Hoi
. i o____2J_i- alp-      i ,, _ .^-..: :(-.,-   'nr.   r-hane
Slncfa .Tardino tnrn'ed his coat"
it is nearly as pood' as' a 'hockey
game to attomi the leg'slatnre in
Victoria.    "'■ r _
"     j   "   Rather,Particular,
?'»ir T were a bachelor' 1 would
not want to nirfrry » Hirl who„had-
been hugged for tb« liirt ten years
' seo,"   ex-
iua^  HoWoE,
.Denver'university, au chapel ex:
ercises in -protesting   against1' the
I.O. O. F.
O. 44.
in the
„ A application-from, Morrisburg   Mi'^^''Union  hall.     Sojourning
waited on.Ho'n.^V. S. Fielding at cjtUi'FeUowa cordially invited
Ottawa tlie other clay asking for ti &B# ^'.jjuir,^     '         "'
Discourages' Bounties ^^^*-,,a;,^.»
'>  -   ' c v-r-        ' „    "'' '   ,      Meets Tuesday evenings,!
.   -.   j.--..   e..n,r>   Mnrrisbui'B    ..."      ., 'v..,v„   I-,™!!        Roioi'
bounty of $5 a ion on sheet steel
Mr. JFiBlilitfg informed them  that
the government ^vould „nob   consider favorably the extending  ,ot
bounties.'   Heovent on to say that
pome of' the IF6T1W ■ s^el: bono-
ties' had already expired, and that
ercises in  procesLiuK   «*.-—  --7   a majoHty~'of -.the   members   of
dances that had'become^ popular.Lhe ho'Use   weref disposed   to   be
in' the university gymnasium  and  hostae ^ the -dea of ,the   govern,
among the college , f rats.     Deane   menfc giving bounties of any kind.
F. J.Smvth,:
1 Rcorfy.
The Wonderful Cure \
Ur  Ehrlich's Specific: or "606f' ib the only specific   <
ever di*3CovacfUo cure blood iwi'ion   quickly and' mu*.   >
ceisfully.    We hav«' secured this  remarkable i-jiccifn*,   ^
"606 "   "vvllich lma Ix-en full*, tested and proved to be 4   i
1'OSlTIVBcujeifor'Uie   twrifying ..(.purine,   blood dw   >
, e-ise     "60&" is now in use in our laboratory.   Ueiiiem-   v
'b'er   "oOV'   has cured thousands   of   men   in   'Europe,   C
' most of'then were cured after first treatment.    We au-   \
expericncwl medical doctors and kiiv>w how to dia^uos^-
your caw,' using Von Dunficro's Mluort Test.
,'    '    '     "Write for information.',',    ;    •,,
'  '      „'■'   >   ' ' *"    "
1  'Special treatment for till other diseases' of. men:  ,   ,
Nervous Weakness, .Varicose' Veiris, Hydrocele, Blood
and Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers,,Kidney,, Bladder and
. Rectal Disorders, eft/,' and Contracted Ailments, o
\ Best.Auatomical Museum'iu'tlie Northvyest.
,. Dr.; Keiley's^'Musfeum,
'SIJ6KANK,.Wash
m
t ..   ^       . ,tinuu5   j  ,         ° "
'  "      '--■*   ?    a 1 -vrlT,A     no we'characterised 'dancing, as;
■  That .Thomas Caven, ty. h.  A., ^    .^ t6 mWlc.-   .,_,      •
has been doing good work for  ln» \   au^h    *_^ ^ ,
ridfng U evidenced by. <dio_ ,«plen'- ' ; ^^ ^^ ■ ^^z ,,   ^
|y» -j
1   K   *
'.The   .hea'dliue  .in" a .Ncw;
"York paper describino; the
■wedding of a  titled   ' """
"and  a., wealthy .heiress  read:
-'"Blue Bloocl-^-Big Boodle.'r
did appropriation ' which • the
Cranbrook district has received.
lOnlWine is a list of' the   appro-      uetwjw   ■—  r:-r--
,Si„   For thp various electoral -be fiheerful.     People, who. carry
^r^   ^e   K^otenayl: for  their worries, and .burdens   and
1    oSwo.ks of, various  descrip- ,their su,ly moods J>.   ^ |
forcio-ncr tion^^"^ *■***■■'***• receives'! table poison everything they  eat
$100 ,  - -- -        ,,
$75,200,', Grand " Forks ,$jo,000.
Gro'euwo'od $50,000;' Srocau SJ575,
000, and Ymir $102,000. ,   , - _
'''■SArjT'HHffi srna.1900-
'St. K«s<-»o ^"••S" N"- a7
_ K./of ■>..'-,'.-
j-'irceti every Thursday
Evening    in / McGretor
s$My )>«",u 's.' !c'oclv   Vl,B-"
iting-brethren welcome
II. GrMAcnoK^D,-; ', C, A^Foote,
Chancellor Com. *;   , K.- R-... &•   S
;| ' ,,'^210' UowardHt '        '„   ,     *   V" V'  7
*r
—THE-
Get to your meals-prepared to
icwoiks  of  various   uescrip-   tlieu* sur.iy m"*""  —,  —- |  ^
I'-O'riiibrook district, receives' table poison^ryjhing_they'.eai. -  {
.000, Pernie-$L17:500,   Xaslo,.        ■'''-"'*',.     .       '    {
...-.    u   /..,- u»..i,t.   «tr,s'ono.!   -      LIQUOR'ACT, 1910-,.        I '
"., ' Section  49. '-„c
--C
s*jOW..fg4S~r:R'»-
"1 tegular-1', meetings
^. on .the'fiist ,Wed-
"^ nosday   - of < ' each
^ month.''       ,
I ViBitin'g brethren welcome/''
{,' , ,/ 'D.-A1.. Ayres;"^.-'MV  ^  ,
" Amo's-irotter, Secretary "
'   I   ,'   -'>   '.   *', -I .l.'.'\- ,
■      DK9AT31>^IKR ,,«1«>S.    I-.P* ' ,
Ur«' femple' roomfin,   coniieolion
■jiith lio'ute* for cpmnieroial mea.'. Best
ofaicomnioii.uion.    ^ '-,       ,. , ,
• '    .Heiidquiirtera ior, Coin- ^    '
nierciuliiinlMiDingMen;
•  '0 "    - ■ '     ,-   v,   r" T\ioY-rr
Qtjeexsavi: ..     -.    lUUin
gars:"
," I \.i', - ,
■ . ,_   i1 ■*. vJ       J
i.11-^' -'
ll,,* *     1
t . ^
JCre'stou is >ot only n'oteel
,for 'tlve famous-strawberries
;and big'red apples grown
'there, Vul it is'noted io? 1 —
'prcttyWV^" N°"doubi/
lirdue.to Crestou>  wonderful
'' *l n '
climate.       ■   '   	
*•„■<-•
A cliampionship chess game'
.is fo be! played between Nelson'and Kaslo mem It is l°
.'be hoped thai all rough work
will, be cut out and that no
one will get hurt during the
exciteiueut.
-Licences   Revoked "\
voiceu., ^cui'-iB,*;,*!'*".   -,— , v
■md selling to interdicted persons
was the reason.
The     Cosmopolitan     hotel    at
Bliurmore, run by Harry Howard,
has     had    its   licence   cancelled
This   leaves    only   two, licenced
hotels in Blairmore. ,*
Chas. Fields Dead
Chas. Field?,   an  old  timer  in
the district,   died   ot   Cranbrook
Wednesday morning of last week,
and he was butied   there   Friday
afternoon,    lie  was   well  known
■ in Moyie, -having   lived here   for
''Aldridge all Kootenay will 'je-|,evemi years when 'he   was   em-
"i-iyen an   opportunity  ,to   do
Notice is hereby'given, that on
the 23rd day of, March .next,  ap-|
plication   will- be   m-ide'^to   the,
.etail in and. upon',the ' premises
'knowira-i the Ivooteiiay Hotel,
situate at Moyie, British Columbia, from McTavish -t Cameron, to
Alexander D.' Cimeron of, British
Columbia. „
Dated this 9th day of February,
1911. - '    '    '
MeTAVISH & CAMERON,   " „
Holder of Licence.
ALEXANDER D. CAMERON,   ,
Applicant for Transfer.
Alt  the   banquet   at * Trail
next Monday night for W. H
Ihonor to the man who has
done more for, the mining in-;
'dustrv   of   British   Columbia
{-  -* -'*"   '     1 I
than "any other person.
The appointment of a niun-
.   ster of railways'in all  fairness
should'  go  to  Tlws.   Caven,
the 'nicmber for the Cranbrook
district.1   Caven    is  the  only
'railroad   man  in  the  legislature and would be thoroughly
capable of filling the position.
ployed with   the 'Moyie   Lumber
Company.
Machinery for Van Roi
' Tor Sale . •}
A few British ' Columbia home- j
steads ot 100 acres each at $7.50
per acre. One dollar per acre
ea-,h, balance over, three , years.
Here is your opportunity—write
at once for particulars to P. O.
Box 1756, Vancouver, B. C.
BUSINESS   LOCALS.
The greater   part   of   the   ma
chinery for the Van Roi mill  has      FOw  SALE   OR   RENT—Good
arrived at Silver-ton. and  is   being   honse.    Will rent for Si8 a month
hauled up and installed. It ia expected that the mill will be running by tlio ' 1st of March and
about one hundred men working
at the Van Roi mine—Slocan
liecord.  ,	
King George is the   owner
of one'hundred   uniforms besides   his   civilian   wardrobe.
Ivoyal subjects   who   have   to
remain   in   bed    while    their
clothes are being pressed have
little sympathy with the popular "sentiment that  the  sovereign is only clothed with bare
authority.—Province.
Were All Tanked-Up
Rev. Philip C.   Hayman   had  ft  Moyie,
lull congregation at  Alice  Siding
LIUU3C. TT   ui   *~*.»w   - —
-Vpply to Louis I. A. Macdonald,
Mrs. L. Macdonald, North Tavistock street, is prepared to trim
and remodel hats, also fur and
velvet toques.
' Miss L.' M. Scott, trained  nurse
of Rathwell Hospital,' Winnipeg,   ^
is  ready  for engagements of any!,
kind.      Maternity    a     specialty'
- % wauUwrf OTcMttipw^
'ti|at:we"are,paYing^
C74%,! Interest^
'0U3aVlU3O UC-JWOivuv «-;,
A &u^To)'^)ecXlowm-
r>- 5^ InTerear?
onfime deposits of*
^morteS over: ^'(
We mvestTJitmey for clients l
mfirslmorlSa^es&ooa
. general ffuanc\aUu5ines3.'
I WewarilYour'savm^accril
& if you ate not saving *.
sY3Tcniat\caflY;,:-v -'-•"
Commence NOW WluiUS.
Deposits hy; mail ^i7^
+ * -1- easily "hamlled —
TouTaii send "by Draft,
Post Office * Caress
Oroer or ReSistereo"^
better,& withtoats *
«a  cau be'mage^"^ ■** *
\(/eare R^ofeible -
Refer VT^ - '- H-,-
Duu&,B^3treda,''
. or To anyone ia *
> VMGOUVeR;
' Write U5 about it Wa/
Doitiiow-!!!!!
.< ■„•<
koyie'v Miners'/jiUnidii
, , No.:7I^W, F/of M._' t:'
Jleets in Miners'. aTJnion 'Hall ev.
e'ry Saturday' evening, "'^jonru-"
ing members are'coidiallyauvitea
to" attend. *"'-, '''.' '°\,,{7 ,-"'»'".'
'Joe '^fcLayen ', ; ,'. James .Roberts
1 r Tresident..' " '':':    " ^aecretiry
SEND YOIt'll   WOIU-C   TO  THK
:; 'KOOTENAY ,;
c1,iSte&'l>;'' ,
■/LAUNDRY:/■;-■
<"   "  "'   NELSON." ; '..,.
All" White''iLabor
Fruii" and:•'>!•.
'    ' 'V, ','7 '_  ''.';'   -{ ,r,''
'Confectionery'
«,;; ;',    ,   -,\PRQM    ,, , *   ^
vr'-:^'A J *r''B.^. Stewart-
"   ir r
Harvey, "-"MbOarte'r \" &;
i ' / 'Macdonald.  .
..Barristers, Solicitora, Notaries, Etc  ,
Cranbrook.   -   -'  B. O.
W. F. GTJB.D,
BABMSTKB. SOLICITOK,  KTC.
CBA.NBROOK. ' B-
Laave wo\k with" the, local agent
/ ! ;,A.JB:-STEWART- \.
■v. :;u!DENTIST"',
The Expert Crown' and Bridge j
,"''.,/.   \ "''"Wcrker.     • , /
;    Office'royQr' iSIr.'BItort's
^AVali;!'.' taper/ ' 6tore
Armstrong Ave,,    , Craiibroofcj
DR. F. E. MILES
Dentist,
Cranbrook, f  -ts, c-
'*-  Shamrock Creamery Butter
.   Shamrock,Leaf Lard
,' Shamrock Hams   •,   .
, r   '      and
i , r      i
Imperalor Bacon
For sale by t all  first class
grdecrs^and^
P BURNS & CO Ltd
MOYIE. B, C.
" ,   ' ,r  "VsTO.t' AT THE
COSMOPOLITAN
WHEN IN
■' OEANBB.003
K. n. SMAI'I" !»la«nC'r-
'" Good rooms, good  labl« «n'' liar
ffand first class sample re   '
George EL Thompson,
13ARHISTBR.      SOL.1C1TOK
Notary Public, kc:
'CRANBROOK,      British Columbia
, u.. ^.^..gregati.
schobl house last Sunday.—Ores
con Echo.
There    bhould bo   a   splendid
field for Dr.   Spencer   in   the   vi
■inity   of    Alice Siding.—Slocan
ilecord.
At the Churches.
321 table Street,
oVaj\co\iver B.C.^
W. R. BE ATT Y
Embahner and Undertaker,    •
Phone 9.        ,' pRANBROOK
JtTt!m<!VIUic.C.K,1' US.   II.   V. I'utker.O K
McVITTIE & PARKER
j      rtioVisciAL Laxo Soiivi:yixo
iltAILWAY   *   MINI NO    r.NGISKElUNG
I Estimates Furnished.
I OKFTCEH
Fort Steele V. O. Box 23.
Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11.
AVe  Are Agents  for
TUB rLTNEB. LTGIITINC? CO.,
of Chicago, and have a
-complete    stock    of
Gasoline   Chandeliers,
Arc    Lamps,
Mantles, etc.
Money in Whiskey
Jimmie  Dm kin,   the wholesale
iqiior'dealer, is building   a   $20,-
i J00 residence in Hpokaue.
B.-I
Oats is Set
You are ijrobably aware that
yneutnonia always results from
i, cold'.but you never heard ot a
^old resulting in pneumonia wue-n
| Jhamberlain's Cough Itemedy
wis used. Why . take the risk
.vheri this remedy nviy be had lor
i triile.   For sale, by all dealers.
' \\Thori her child is in "danger a
woman wilt risk' her life to prO-
-ectLt.    No great act   of   heroism
n- risk of lite i« nt-cessary to pro-
•ec'c'a child from' croup. Gl™
Chamberlain's Cough Ilempdy and
dl danger is  avoided.     For  sale
by all dealers. !
CATHOLIC  CHURGir
First Fridays. -Morning prayer, communion at 0 a. m. Mass
and instruction at 8:30 a. m.
Rosary, instruction aud benediction of tho blessed sacrament at
7;30 p. m.
Third Sundays,
mon 10 a. m.     Sunday   school   at
2:30 p.' m.      Rosary,   sermon and
benediction of the  blessed   sacra:
ment 7:30 p. ro. " " •.
REV. FATHER JOHN.
■'■-, •';■   (Priest.)
The date for the Aldridge ban
quet in Trail 'has' been   definite! j
'set for  Monday,   February1 20th.
The price oE the tickets   has beei
placed at $5 00.     The' eommittei |
jn charge state that there will  b>
positively   no     sdli'c.iting' in   tin
sale of tickets,   but   everyone   i-
given a most cordial invitation  t<
attend.    A■'special!  train,  for   th'
convenience of those   going  from
kelson, Kaslo, and F/ist Kooten vy
pointsV will leave  Nelson  on   tin       Nkw y<,KR-^ar silver, o2 ct..
v    '■■■■■:  -•--'•'      r, ilu„    f„n,'Jinn,, nt     "1 1 Lead ,$1 GO v
METAL    MARKET.
PIIKSBYTEKIAN     CHUI1CII.    :
There will be no service Sunday.
METHODIST   CHURCH
Sunday school at.3 p. m. Evening service, at 7:30- Subject
"Success—Its Relation to Achievement and Environment." Mrs.
Miller will sing a solo.
REV. J. W. MILLER, B.A.
'.'..'.'. (Pastor)
St.   Joseph^   Convent.
NEUSON, I!. C.
iioiirdmg and D.iy School   conducted by Sistera of St. Joseph. Nelson,
Mass and   8er>.   C.      Go^]^ ^\J^^
coursed a   specialty.    I.xi-cllence  nir.
swift progr«"«s chiirnctcize e.-icli dc
p.irtm«nt. Parents tdiould write for
part.ioul.irs. One month aesun-s thf
public of tho thoroughness of. the
Sisters' inethoJs of teaching.. * Term's
commence January, April and Sept
Pupils are admitted I during the
term.     . '.
ce
O F.DESAULNTER.
lJEAl>:i{    IN
Cholera una
iSninrrhor.n Remedy.
PROMPT DELIVERY
Queens'
If you want anything' in the
line of clothing or men's furnishings, try
C.A. F00T.E
THE TAILOR
■AVe carry .in stock the goods
to '.make au up-to-date suit
made in town,'or we can get
you' a special ordered suit
made to your-measure. We
have ready-to-wear Campbell s
clothing", the best made and
fitting clothing in Canada.
The- cheapest  and  best light on
the market. .
J. H. RING-ROSE
Sole ligents for Southern 1). C.
P.O. Box, 153. NELSON
Moyie  Hotel
P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.
This hotel is hlw and well fiiiWicd.
The tables are supi'l^'1 NWlh lhe
best tlie market affords. The bar
is filled with the best bi.mds of
liquors and cigars.
Headquarters for
Commercial and' Mining Men
Moyib .-.- - - - '-'"■' \. B- C
Your
tf,a?i«a»4iB:r/,r?'Pi
l.tllc rlia.ic-o ior   h.  in   tt_.
si mud out >» Uu- "'    , ,.
in.m v.u i "*'.S-H,;'  ,
Hi-  WW  fo.v."" -ici   ,
f,„-   smdl  w.ii'f   >'  '■
VOU il is diieri-'     1
not jjc.tui.se a>«A';•",,,     *
should in j'"'1 ,c   ',  ,u|, \,
lion, the I.C  h  "   ' '      ,
Aiu-1'.'l '"" ovU   '       ,.   .
,. . ,   O i'" t    c-i .*   *
rei"Mi*.* ' -  t     ,,,',/.    \
thousands  "■"",.„
e-uneisf >: ';cU'f.,',  ,.   'I -
i'.lLU-'lSLd   I'.ll"!'  -  '     ',    ,,,
to S. 'IcpoM-.  *.-U      * ,   M„t
hoipio'..,""'"'":1;,; ■.. ii'"1!
youriiine, iiioit-J'       ,    .
. fnav   be.  ,!".'>      '/   ■    ,    .
Le„l.  Send l^W'-J",;... •
♦ ♦«..•♦••���*■*       -,,' scum's
,„„«„...,f;g™:v„;:VA.
e
A^?6.      MOYIE
INTERNATIONAL
HOTEL.
This, hotel is. now under new
management, and is first class
in every respect -
M. J.   BONNER,
rnopruF/rou
Bor 7S3. SCftAN
'fiEOM
P. 0.B0i 30   ■ -   FB *
■ .,,,„',,.■, ""nc       ...I ■'■"
.. ne.,rt «ri.imi.7"!,;',"'„' i""."-', riti'.""'"*'
^1
Ail Wilier
Sl.t'W-Cai'l Wrlirt
WIikIh." T'""S'.,„„,
Cl'lllScrvliii- n'.""".
0,nnnienl»l l)osl.K„"
' Mecl,a,'I"'!,,"'l1*'"
j.-„rc,„an M.L'C" " J,
nlcclrlc.il tncln^':'
.Itlcclilclan
I'nwf r.Slatloll Sill".    '
Arcllllc-ct
S,.-»oS'-1l'"
Vk-toria Street.

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