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Array I8��T  nuBH  SlzE  ^WILSON  "|iut   >..��r   uatiU   ia|j��)ra<l  1LSON, Jeweler  NBROOK.  &L^��,ls&*-*t>  &  VEST���'* tiwiiA}   rt '.  W. ti. WILSON, Optician  CUAXlJIiOOK.  AJOYIK ii.  C.,.FEBliUAllY, 22. 190S.  EI)  r  '��'<&/��  ttllowod ^j  hatter aj  Mft.  LPAS. id  ' Have ,ju8Lt received a nice line of    l  & LINOLEUM and  OIL CLOTHS.  <ft^������^i��������������ja��>��aaii>��������e  GENERAL FLOAT      'tintDTlQe  (jOV.  Spry, one 'of them excellent; patterns, to-  ^|herr,wit}i carpet square^ and' neatly "de--  Ijgned" rugs,  , Call and^ inspect -our hew  &RING GOODS; "they' are .beginnings  &- ' .'i ''   ~   ^     '   - * -'-'-..   '-V    ���-.   '  Eamve.t'  Cranbrook now ' has two moving picture theatres. '  "  There'was a   big   masquerade  ball at Creaton on the 14th.  Good Record  tfDCIGABi  Gv  i- s>  L,     I ,  Tobacfcbs,)   Coiif ectioiiery  pkuit/^etc: fi      ;;  |BLOCK^ .y  ���s;,*.-:  MOYIE  1 ^A*  ^���^3'^-^v ^ i  tt  i>  ,\r.S'"'  Alma,, * ' t  M-.1- *?''"> e -*      '-,-.>'    '   i   ''r -   - -,'w ' ',,   'j'-p.'-> ���-      ' !���'���"-'���'���,  ��.- K'  l-l'-l  :-*}!.�� " '   A    ~>    < ��� ' * <t -, '��''���'-  ire, Life; and Aceident;Ihsiirancerf,  ft --,.' . v !?>:' -I A, *;-a tV^HOTO* B.'.;<3  A lodge of the D. O. K, K. will  be < instituted at Cranbrook' tonight. ' .r; v    />,      ,   , ._    ;  ' Every; year Denmark sends  $1,000,000, worth of poultry to  England.      ' ���'- '  . Born���At* Wardner, ;B. C., on  February 18/ to Mr.r and Mrs.  Gonier Jonbs, a son. '.       '   "    ". '  ���   K,   "���;,. ii_���.',       ; ���"'  Four hundred Salvation Army  immigrants-Will arrive-ins British  Columbia in April.     .'.- ' <��� ���   -  v '     '   ' .- ' ^L-L      .,      t  _;?���"   t     tr    -   / ���       -   -   I '      'Of ,      "  tour and a half tons  of cotton  rags will. make "two   and 5 four  fifths. tons of paper.  Victoria,   B. .Oi Feb.' 20.���The  estimates   for     the   ��� first     nine  months of the "next   fiscal year  were brought down in the legislature; yesterday. .Hon.     IX. C.  Tattlow in his budget speech announced that the'surplus for   che  year,' which   would t close ( next  June, will  amount >to"r$l,200,000.  The estimates provide for an "expenditure of $3,O00;OOO during the   nine    months' "ending.'March 31, night  1909. -      -->-'*';!'   y\ .   "  * ' '" '    ,  A new scales is being installed  I        LOCAL ASSAYS  \       |  Hobert Ganthony tonfghc. '  The new hoist for the St.. Eugene has arrived. ' f  Miss   Tetrault   came up from  Cranbrook yesterday.  Robert   Ganthony    tonight  at  Morley hall.*  i * " ��  . Fred Linzey is in  the hospital  at Cranbrook.  Chas. Farrell came home from  Morrissey yesterday.  Sixteen machine,men were "laid  off at the So. Eugene yesterday.  There was a good attendance at  the club dance in Morley hall, last  ^A    VKAR  re.Muwiim.wiT'.Hjfl  Masonic Matters.  .,','>  ,W. A. Carlyle is'making" ans examination ;of "the La Itoi property  at Rossland."- '," . -', - - "..   ���',<    ">  ^GeherarStdesselfhas^beeiri- con-  demmed'to death'for" theVsd'rre'n-  der of jFbrt"Axthuf to 'the'Japan-  .  ,*    t>T' .  \ , ������ ���        t . i    ,   a1!  ,     i. ' -*'f  ,u  NOW/ON  *t;IShail have ^weekly shipmen'ta.df tlie-celebrated"^ ."'���  isar&Z- ma i    '        './���* -i- "     ^   -     . *     ,   w-*      ii ^      , i'  ^ ^A rubber tree four feet, in!; diameter yields" -20 "gallons ofTsap,'  iinaking. 40, pounds of-, dry ��India  rubber.^.*.:   jf   -V.v-1;.     v   , ���  j ,->- ^ -��� .,  , ,."��� rt"--"' 3-*i,;.      V   J  ', vAfe Revelstoke"more, train' crews  are being put to work, and the cV  .P. jR. shops have' resumed ' work  at NelsonJll,-*���   L " '{    />     '^ ' * ���"  G.'1 T.-.McGregor, .D; -A. Ayre?,  R. J. Brimson, .Harold ' Cnapma'n,  J.. A: , Crawford^i Sam * - Potter,  E.  Wi,, McQuade   and^ TV.!, Kilrade  were.;in_/ Cranbrook.  Thursday  evening^attending; a'-4meeting" of  the Masonic'kidge; anid receiving  their instructions'for carrying "on  j.i-0. ��� * i >������'��' '*, i-.-*-- 4*-"m\.' ��� - , i "r" *-^��"w ��o��.f>iiu, x>ouiton win  the work of -a lodge'.of 'instruct��� spe?k!on the-ThreeMorarSta^l  tionm Movie.   The Mnvi�� Trwl.ro 0f j\fan ������ -    - ou^^��  tionin Moyie. .The Moyie lodge  will;meet ,'iir McGregor hall, on  the first t and ^ third7 ��� Wednesday  evening of each month.'     . \  -"!' ' ,     -     "~'  -   s A";.lieap,:Year f-,Dance.: '^'  at the St. Eugene mill.  ,   R- Campbell    is" away'to'the  coast on a business trip.'   , -!   cl"  A meeting of the Moyie  Water  cpmpany is being held today."ct ,  i . Several  carloads of jMoyie* ice  have been-shipped to Creaton,,' t  " Methodist,, church, ', tomorrow"  evening, Feb. 23rd. \ Service, at  7:30. v The Re'v^Wm. Boulton will  AH Ladies  Like  Pretty  Crockery,  And perhaps nowhere'else "in the house does a  little crockery make .a great'showing as in the'  spare bedroom, Their either'prettiness or ugliness  is at once apparent.   .;.',?     u    , ,  o      . , . '      ��' ' '  ( "        W* HATt SOMtt SETS (j  for bedroom use tha"t you cannot help liking.    The ���  patterns are genuinely pretty.    Jhe shapes are the  'newest    They will.set  out  any room.'   Make   it'  Look homelike at once.    You will like' them -without doubt.    Won't you come and'see'anyway?  , T ,  MacEachern & Macdonald  'H..  ^fXt,  .A committee ;bf 'Moyie- ladies  will giveV'lLeap VYear- dance in  Morley hall next Friday* evening,    Febrixaryfmk/rThe% ladies  will  Rathdrum is 'having an,'epi- ^*^flU,^charge.^Th^noora,c6m:'  demic."of . smallpox. ?There'', are.-m-*$* ^U ^ complied��� of 'ladies  twelve to' fifteen cases ..reported. I*lif1lt,��e PW^fy^bo' ? lady.  ,Tii~e schbols' have beeh closed.I'-1,' Tickets will,:be ,$h00; each,, and  f,'K i'\i:: ._V '-'';'/ ' ^s i ,;���< 't *"' ','<{��-;' lap*, Biipperj.-'wlH^T&e^served.  ,;- D.-M; Perley,^who' at'one 'time Dancing,will4 begua* atf 9 o'clock,  was-in I charge.- of We .'-Methodist *fc " neWless Vto "say^everybodv  IiUMBER^bRlSAllE;  ^ .*  ^ i.i< ,\ i  -i -i i  If  .'A    t  Ull��'��t Moyie and Nelson  ^L SAIiB-^Three   rooni' house;'and lot. <  Vhalf down, ;.This is a snap.    See  F. J; SMYTH  gjrmurance, Real Estate, Collections!  'Head ..Offioe^NELSO^, B.��0.'/\, ^,  -_  >.,   - -     ^"   .. \   .    ' ,"���".'���,' -"-- ���  t ' i  ',,,'     Sash and Door'Factory. Moosejaw  charge? of We .^Methodist  ^"^r.JMroi^hM^beTO-iJaeleetod wiir,b'e therefv  as amiasiohary to China, lB *-." fT *  " *1 -*U T'--*���'"'."'    '   '-"   ��** .(-->���-.-,    ^ '''��  x .^The, police"- in^^yancsottver;, are  TOnKh'gT,..a"VVdesperate^  breakvupitli.ei^bpium^runts-fand  other dens of vice in that city.  1*.",A*\    V  y1 evi  New - Store  Price  It is'reported vat" Grand' Forks  that the'C, P.^B. wilh spend   $150,  -���"'.'Je ���  'fe^i^^U I- '  ���*Mw andvMrs.  Ed' Orchard'are  now up m^the   Bulkley   valley,  near ' Telkwa.1   They ^'say    that  will.be a very fine  country' when  the railway gets through.    - '     <  i   C. A.  Foote, the tailor, has his^  spring samples in..   Call and ./see  them and leave your order, for a  spring suit." Boost for Moyie, and  keep your money at 'home, :���    ? ~>  Miss Annie Attwood was'at Cranbrook . last" Sunday / to ', see    her  mother, "who' is'in^the hospital."'  '  Do,9'fe' overlook - hearing '  and  seeing'Robe'rt" Ganthony , and!'his  company of artists'at Morley hall  tonight. * Seats'   on '' *ala o^ iv+i,���  r^^The^rpyiewRbcTid^eJCto-b  tive -;.JAss6cioktibn-��i, opened   their  store' forfbusinessr.thisf morning.  The store .is  located" in' the Farrell .block, \ corner   of-   Victoria  000- at that, place for a round-18fcreefc and ,Queon's ����vehue::f HeV-  house, depot- and other, terminal i b��rfe Gvoss>iot somo tin��e with the  --���--��� '       v Trites-Wood    company , at'   Coal  Creek, is the manager.' \Mr. Cross  arrived here with his family last  Tuesday.  tonight.. Seats'  on \sale at,/"the  drug store.'������- ',;    .<     '\     ��   .  r A meeting of the shareholders  5?.t^^93l?Ar^��.anttJpayelop.  ment Syndicate "will 'ba' held tomorrow (Sunday) evening at, J.J.  Murphy's store. Meeting at 7:30  o'clock,  The,Kootenay .Presbytery.  "V . '  '������ -- '"  "  -' -<>"  ' Afr. W^. T. jMcJree, pastor of-the  Moyie Presbyterian' church, was  over to Nelson this week attend-  ing'ameeting of the Presbytery  of Kootenay. The report presented at the meeting by the Rev.  J. T. Ferguson the convener, was  full of encouraging facts and  figure3 exhibiting the steady pro-(  gress of the "country and of the  "churches;vl- This-was especially the  -3J  METAL'  M'ARKET,.  New York���Bav silver, r,(S{   eta-  Lead, $1.7o7   Copper, 12| ct".   .  r- Lomdox���Lead, ��i3, 17u. aj.'  ,s*  Back From Coeur cd'.\Iens.  P:H.   Conroy,  one of the'old-  time miners iu  the   camp,   cam's  back to   town  Wednesday   from,',  the  Coeur  d'Alenes.    "There are"  ... ,      - .  - - -   now few idle men in that'ebuntry  .Coat Creek arid Hosmer.  -It" was proposed to separate  Moyie'and Creston into"two fields,  if the services- oft a suitable stu-s  deht for tlie, latter, could - be obtained..j It was also proposed.to  work Eholt' uin - connection with  "Phoenix and .place a student  missionary in .the field from' Cascade to Slocan Junction,  Rev. G. H. Findlay, formerly of  Moyie,' but   now   of   Trail,' was  conveniences.  (      i  "-      "     U/IVrcio      mi-nrw/i       irr\^r.xxw ��'  ^tj'  MGYIB'S    LEADING   HOTEL  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  and -Commodious Sample Xtoocna.  Billiard Booma,  MoTAVISH dc CAMERON Proprietors.  ' The provincial jail at New  Westminster is overcrowded and  a few days since fourteen prisoners were transferred from .that  institution to the jaiL at Victoria.  Four white men and 24 Chinamen were killed Thursday by the  blowing up of .the Hercules, Pow^  der, works, * near Berkley, California. G  * �� *. *  It is understood that a hockey  team consisting of three Nelson  players,; three Rossland players  and three players from Spokane  will tour the east, leaving about  March 1st.  A. L. McDermot.the Cranbrook       ,*?' JT   *��W   ��f   Trai,��' was  holesale Honor dealer, i- ^w*^ ord*iaed h7 Rev-J'  T-  Ferguson,  ��e,^���i  mMf of Our Leaders:  PSLATER SHOES, STANFIELD'S  JJNDERWEAR, 80th CENTURY  PLOTHINa.  ee these new lines before purchasing elsewhere  E. A. HILL,  LEADING   LADIES' AND MEN'8   FURNISHER,  Brother John Burns, O.  M.  L,  died at the  Cranbrook   hospital  last   week,   at the   age    of   85.  'Brother John," as he was known,  waa an old Indian missionary, and  Grand Chancellor Coming.  ���������       t.  ^  Jeff ray, Hammer, grand chancellor of the Knights ~bf'Pythias  for the domain of British Columbia, will-pay St.-Eugene lodge,  Moyie, an official visit next Thursday evening, February" 27th. All  members ��of tha order are requested to .-be presentj-- A. lunch  will be served.,  Could Contribute.  A missionary called at the home  of a Moyie woman: -"Can you  contribute anything for the  drunkard's home?," ahe asked of  the woman whom she summoned  to the door,   "res."  replied the  wholesale liquor dealer, is always  in the lead with calendars of an  artistic .^design. Every year he  sends out a bunch of beauties to  his friends.  J. W. Spence, the agent at  Kingsgate, was in Moyie the first  of the week accompanied by his  wife. They were, "the guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dimock, of  the Cosmopolitan hotel.  Miss Ella McKerrow, sister of  Mrs. George Garden, left Thursday for her home at North Bay,  Out She received - word this  week that her mother was very  ill. ��  There , will-be a' raffle for 32  volumes of valuable books on the  evening of Sb. Patrick's Day,  March 17 th. All the nations o��  the world are represented in these  books, which are compiled by the  best authors. "  have gone.   After   the closedown'. V  laat fall a thousand of them <were ? ~  walking the   streets  of" Wallace, : f  but those who did not. get back to" -    ���'  work  have\ left\   the'   ^country.  .;]  Times areVlooking better!* for the:;;''.  Coeur ^ d'Alene ; country,   ancl^ I, *^T  think "the  Morning-and-some of '.  the other'big properties"will  soon"    ,-  be 'running,   again.- .Thev"permit- -'"'  system is still in force over- there   "  at all of the mines in the Federal  Company.    The Hercules and  the   *  ^      4.    ���    ���    ���.   j, ~'uson> Hunter,  independent mines,    are  moderator. . Mr. Findlay   has  for fr'ee from this system."  some    time    been   pursuing r.  hisj  studies'   under    the   Senatus  Manitoba College.  of  Tonight's   Show.  was at the St. Eugene mission for woman�� "Gome around nert Saturday nighfc and get my husband."  the past 35 years.  It will be ueceasary for Geo. A.  Pettibone to undergo a very serious operation in order that his  life may be saved. His physicians have decidecLthat it will be  necessary to remove one of his  kidneys*.  it., JWI  -Wi��v,i����^. *envrj$s*)i *os^r*}r-ivr ���,   <** af-^x-^r^x-j^i^j  hperial Bank of Canada.  4  -$10,000,000.  -4,830,000.  and  'apital Authorized :���-  [aRitalpaid'up���;  ,  est����� -���vj. . r 4,830.000,  :}   '   Savings bank department.     -: *'-'*  ... *, .���'. ^.. .  fallowed ok deposit! from date   of  deposits  |" quarterly.  %ROOK BRAMTCH.  ji F. M. PI%HAM, Manager.  &  FOR SALE-$403 will buy a  three room  house and lot.    One-  half    down.   Apply   to    F.    J.  Smyth.  A Labor-Saving Scheme.  "John," said the newly-married  business man.  "Yes-sir," ( responded the office  boy.  '���Call up my wife every 15 minutes and mumble lovey dovey-  tootsey-wootsey about seven or  eight times."  Lucky Cranbrook.  It is not often that the people  of Moyie are afforded  the opportunity of attending an entertainment of such high merit as the  one which    will    be   given   this  evening  in   Morley  hall  by   Mr.  Robert Ganthony and his excellent company.    Mr.   Ganthony  is  a supreme favorite   everywhere,  and  is  patronized    by the   best  audiences in all the  large cities  which  he visits.   Those  who attend will be  given  a  real treat.  Don't fail to  be   there.    It 'will  be well worth the money.    Seats  on sale at the drug store.  Australian Mutton.  The steamer Oriana,  chartered  by P.    Burns   and    company  to  briug a cargo of Australian  mutton   to    Vancouver, has' arrived  from'    Sydney.      The       Oriana  brought 13,400  carcasses  of mutton,     which      weighed     624,049  pounds, 500 pairs of legs  of mut-'  ton, 2413 bales of fl-ix,  300  boxes  of butter,   twenty-five crates   of  rabbits, 170 wharf piles  and one ,  case of marble.  The Debate.  Big Tea Firm.  mi,. r�� ._��� ��� .   . Fred    T.   Moore,    representing  The Dominion government has  ����� t ���   ���.. j     .. ���*;  Rigways, Limited, of Vaucouver,  A. L   McKILLOF  "x^VxV  ASSA YJ3K *  Far Bheomatla SaSterara,  The quick relief from pain  afforded by applying , Chamberlain's Pain Balm makes; it a favorite-with sufferers from rheumatism, sciatica, lams back, lumbago  and deep seated and-muscular  I pains. Fur sale by Moyie Drug &  Stationary Co.  '1V:  NELSON,  purchased three lots in Cranbrook  and will shortly commence the  erection of a government building  on the lots. The building will  be similar to the federal building  at Nelson. R. E. Baatie, postmaster at Cranbrook, says that the  business of the postoffiee there  has grown so rapidly that a  government building is absolutely necessary.  Wants indemnity.  ^Eilen M. Stone, American missionary, who endured'_six months  of   harrowing   experience   while  held iu   captivity by  Bulgarian  brigands,    and   who-was  finally  liberated on the payment of $60,-  000 raised in tlie United States,  has  filed a claim for  indemnity  was in Moyie this week soliciting  business for his firm. Rigways,  Ltd,, started in the tea busiuess  in Loudon, England, 80 years ago,  during the time of King "William.  A branch bouse has been established at Vancouver,  The debate on the  press  versus  the pulpit waa again postponed to  Monday eveniug,  February   24th.  on acDount of of the absence  of  several of  the   speakers   on  both  sides.    The press is  said to  iep-  reseut literature  generally,    and  the pulpit will be taken to  be   typical of oratory and  all kiuds of  public   discourse.    It    ia    to    be  hoped that  all  the   debaters will  try to be present on tlio next   oc��  casion and   that there will  be a  good attendance.  New Fixtures for Church.  A new platform and 'pulpit  have been put in the Methodist  church, and the platform is  covered with, new oarpet. The  new pews for the church will be  here next month.  Ctaatabarlftln a Coach    Semadr  Vftrorita.  Makes the Biscuit  and Cake lighter,  finer   flavored, mores  nutritious mi wholesome  mvmtts  CREAM  eMiNG ?mm            ���  -"   ��� -d^ujujf   our     v-uiiuiBii,      says    J��ir,     1,.   j.  Lost���A   pair  of gold rimmed  again** the Turkish   government   Woodbury of Twining,.. Mich.    It  iectacle8   with    double concave�� for that amount.    Iu making  the  has al'-o done the work  for  us in  ns.    binder   will please return l^111*?^111 Person Miss'. S. tone de-; hard colds and croup, and we take  r> .�����i.>,T^,^Affl^ -��j   ������'���"������'      clared her  intention of 'returning   pleasure in recommending it." F.,r  r  ��� same to Leader office and receive  the subscriptions, a complete  list  s*l*. Kv Moyie Drug ���&  Stationary  ��� ' *v j revvtM-d^   ,-^      ..      :       ���   :  :r,... being in har possession, Company. '  t        Made from pure  Grape Cream of Tartar  1   No alum���No lime phosphate  .4  '"'   I  H  * 1  i  ft  >  11  '    '    ^-i  '     '1 THE LEADER. MOYIK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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The kitchen vras in' perfect order, tor
Flora had   been   busy  there  as ei.=e-
,  where. The kettle was boiling on the
stove,   while two or  three  little  cov-
' '  ered   dishes   were   ranged  'upon    tho
hearth,   as   if   waiting   for   someone.
Grandpa 'Mnrkham had gone out, but
UnHo  Joepnli  snt  in  his accustomed
corner,   rubbing  his   hands   when   r*e
saw Muddy, and nodding mystbiious-
ly ton-nrd the front room, the door of
which wns open, so that Mnddy could
;     hear the fire crao'klintr on the health.
"Go in, go in," Unrip Joseph, snid,
waving  his  hand   in   that    direction.
"My Lord Governor is in there waiting for you. He -won't let me spit or,
the floor any more f»s Mnrthn did, nnd
T'vp' Rwpllowprl so much that T'rn^al-
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..Continual   spiftine   rh«     one     of
Uncle Jo?pnh'" worst habits,< and  ns
hiR.eislijr hnd ipduls-pd him in it,,,it
had hpcorae a source of.preat nnnoy-
nnce ,hoth  to Muddy nnd  to someone
'else  of  whose  provimity   JIaddy  did
hot dream. Thinking that   Uncle Jo-
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*    feelinp  plnd   that   the   latter  had 'attempted   a   reform,   she  entered,,'.the
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was,   the  six  eane-se'nted   chairs-'and
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round  table",was nicely laid for two,
while  cozilv 'seatecj  in   the.1   rocking-
' choir   rondin? last night's paper an<3
looking  very  handsome, and , happy,
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he stood over her, smoothing herthair,
.while he continued:  '
''"I  haVe  taken' some  liberties,  you
-see,  and-have made'myself quite at
home. I knew how unaccustomed you
were to the duties of a house, and as
I   saw • that  girl   was   wholly ' incompetent,  I denied  myself at.least two
hours'   sleep   this   morning    for    the
sake  of  getting  here  early,   bringing
i Flora   with   me   and    a   few     things
which   I  thought   would   be  for  your
.comfort.'. You,'must, excuse   me, "but
0 Flpra looked.so cclcl when" she came
"down „from   your   chamber,   where   I
*'sent her to, see  how you  were, that'
with, ydurv grandfather's' permission I,
ordered a fire" to" be kindled there'. J'
hone .you liked1 it. This house is very
ccold." "  ,       *   "
-'He kept'talking on,.and Maddy in i
'  a delicious'- kind of bewilderment" lis-'
tencd  to him, wondering if ever before there was a person so kind and
(i good4 as, Guy.   And   really' Guy   waa
doine great violence to" his pride by
-heiri """there as-he was',  but he* could
do  anything  for  Maddy;   and   so  he
had .forced down his pride, trying for
her  sake   to   make 'the     cottage     as
pleasant  ns  possible.   With' Florae to
,assist he'had succeeded  wonderfullv,
and   was   really  enjoying  it  himself.
At first Maddy could not thank him,
her heart wns so full,  but Guy  was
satisfied   with   the  expression   of  her
face,  and  calling  Flora he  bade  her
serve  the   breakfast.
"You 'know my habits," he said,
smilinrH-. as he took a seat' at the
table, "and . breakfasting ot daylight,
as I did, has given me an appetite;
so, with your pei mission, T'll catve
this nice bit of (steak for you, while
you pour me a cup of coffee, some of
Mrs. Noah's best. She"—Guy was
goinf to say, "sent it," but as no
stretch of the imagination could construe her "calling him a fool" into
sending Maddy coffee, he added instead, "I brought it from Aikenside,
.together with this0 strawberry jelly,
of which T remember you were fond;"
and he helped Maddy lavishly from
the fanciful jelly jar which yesterday
wns adbrning the sweetmeat - closet at
Aikenside.
How chatty and social,he was, trying to cheer Maddy up and make her
forget that such a thing as death had
fo lately found entrance there; talking of Jessie, of Aikenside, of the
pleasant little tune they would have
dun'nf the vacation, and of the' next
term at school, when Maddy, as one
of the graduating class, would not be
kept in as stifetly as heretofore, but
allowed to see more ol the city.
Mp*-' V felt as if she should die for
(lie pain tucirwr at her heart, while
she listened to him and knew that
lhe pictures he was drawing were not
for her. Her place was there; and
ufter the breakfast was over and
I'l'-""" had rWrcd Uip dishes away,
Ehe shut the door, so that they might
Le   alone,   and   then   btanding   before
i?uy, she told hiin of tier resolution,
begem" '*f 1^— to help her and not
make'it harder to bear by devising
"ipinq fir her to escape what '.he felt,
to be nn imperative duty. Guy had
e\rior.for) finnipthin'.' ii!;.-* this and wns
prepared, ns lie thought, to combat
n" '*-■*- T-rmmpnts: <=o when she had
flnMin/' l.o replied that of course he
did not wish to inteifere with her
duty, but there might be a question
as to whst really was her duty, and
it seemed to him he wa« better able
to judre of that than■■ herself.. Tt was
.not ricrht for her to bury herself there
. while her education was unfinished,
-wtio-n '«nother. could do as well. Her
p,,*,.,...*.,,. .f„i„„fr, were p-jven to- her to
improve, and how could she improve
.them iri Honednle; besides her
grandfather did not expect her to
p-iiv. Guy had talked with him while
she was asleep, and the matter was
all arranged: a competent woman was
to be uired to take e.hn'rpe of the domestic arrnngements, and if it seemed desirable, two pKnnld be procured;
anything to l^ave  Maddy  free.
"And nrnndnn consented to this
willinglv?" Mnddy saH, feeling a
throb of plensiTr. nt thoughts of release. But, G"'-, could not answer that
the grandfather consented willingly.
" "He thinks it best. When he comes
back yon can ask him yourself," he
said, just as Uncle Joseph, opening
the door, broueht their interview to a
close by asking very meekly, "if it
wn"1'-1 please the Lord Governor to
let him spit!"
The blood  rushed  al once to Mad-
ly's  face  and  she  could   not  repress
smile,   while   Guy   laughed   aloud,
savins to her softly: "For your sake,
tried my skill to stop what I knew
must annoy you. Pardon me if I did
SrSO£i!l—i-hen iurjiing. .to. JJiMSle...Jo
seph, rre-gnve T».e aesrreo-pennrssion.
together with ,the promise of a handsome spittoon, which should be sent
down on the monow. With a bow
Unci" Joseph turned away, mutter-
in«' to himself, "High doings'now
Martha's gone: but new lords, new
laws. I trust.he's not going to live
herev; and slylv he asked Flora if
the Lord ^Governor had brought,his
things! ,
At this point Grandpa 'Markham
came in, and to him Giiy. appealed
at once to know'if he were not willing
for Maddv'to'return to school.
"I said" she might if she thought
best," was the reply, spoken so sadly
that Maddv's arms were at once twined around "the old mun's neck, while
sho said to him -.   , '
"Tell me honestly which you prefer.
T'd like so much to'ro to,school, but I
nrh not sure I should t?e happy there,
knr.v'""ihowi lonelyi you \\*c*re 'here at
home. Say. grandpa, which would you
rather now, honor bright'" and Maddy tried to speak playfully, though
her heart-beats were almost audible
as she waited for the answer.
Grandpa- could not deceive. He
wanted his darling, sorely,-and' he
wanted her to be happy, he, said.,
Perhaps they would get'on,just ns
well without her. When Mr. Guy was_
tnlkinc it looked ns if they might,
ihe made it all so plain, but the sight
of Maddv' was a comfort-., She was
'all he.had left. ■ Maybe he shouldn't
live-, long to pester riier,, and if he.
didn'* wouldn't, she always feel-better
for.having stayed with her grandpa? ,
He looked very pale and thin, and,
hi='l*"ir was while as snow. He'could,
not   live.'many   years,   and.   turning
resolutolV   from   Guy, 5.who,   so   long
as .ho held i her  eyes,  controlled her,
fyfaddy said:   , '   ,     '    '
' "I've chosen once for all.* I'll stay
with grandpa till "he dies," and with
a convulsive sob she clung tightly to
his neck, as if fearful that'without
fupVi hold 'her resolution'would'give
way. *-  ,    ' ' '. *.,.
ft .-ns in vain that Guy stroye to
change Mnddv's resolution. She was
wholly decidf,r\, and 'late in the afternoon _'he( rode back to Aikenside, a
disappointed man, with, however, the
feeling that Maddy had done right,
and that he respected her all the more
for withstanding the temptation. .
wnen tt -#.r— U- ni'-Tipefl'-oi*"- -"Allies
was now at A5ken=5de. i"iri thus Man-
dv   frpn»eptlv   hnd   -T"==ie  n*  the  co
tnizp.   but   Aenes    never    came,   and
Maddy  little  gue*=<«l  how  often   the
nroud   woman   cried   herself  to sleep
after  !i<=teninjr   to  Jessie's  recital   of
ill  Mnddv  had  to  do  for  the crazv
'nan.   and   how   nn-*;°ntlv   she  d«*   it
He  had   taken   a  fnncv  that 'Maddv
must  tell  him   stories  of  Sarah,   de-
scribinc her as shp wn" now. not  as
=he  uspd  to  be  when  he  knew  her.
b'Jt now.    "What  is she now'    How
does she look?    Wbnt'doe^ she wear?
Tell  me,  tell   me1"  he  would  plead,
'until Maddv. forced to tell him some-
thin e.  and   hnvini  distinctly   in   her
mind but onp fntbionnbl* woman such
as  she fancied  Sarah  might  be. told
him of Agnes T?em'int'ton.  and Uncle
'Joseph,' li«te'nine with narted lips and
hushed   breath.   woi'lH   whisner, softly,     "Yes.    tbnt'=     Sarah.   'bnn"tif',l
Sarah ; but tell me—does she ever think
of me. or of that time in. the orchard
when  I  wove  the   apple "blossoms  in
her   hair.   \vhor«   the   dinmonds   are
now?    She'loved   me  then:  she  to <l
me r so.     Does   * he   know   how   siek
and   sorrv.   and' foolish   I   nm*—no,\>
the aching'in mv  poor,, umnlo. brain
is all for her, and how you. Maddv
are doini for me whnt it ri= her. place
to do?   Had T a voice." and the crazv
man   now   grew   excited,   as.   rni*in°
himself in bed. he gesticulated wil*
Iy   "had   I a voice to reach  her,  T H
crv shame on  her. to let you do   i™
work   'let  von ■ wear  your  young   life
nnd  fresh, "hricht   beauty all away for,
me. whom she ruined "
'The voice he fmved fr the, eche
of it," did'reach her. for'Jessie'had
been present, when , the fancy firsi
seized him to hear of Snrnh. and in
the. shadowy t\")ieht, she told b<-i
mother all. dwollim; most upon the
touching sadness ,of his face wJ}"n
he snid, "Pops, she know 'how sick
nod-aorrv  I"p'n5" , , .
(To'Be Continued)       '
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A  Chance   for  Revenge
"This play i*'too rank for me. I'm
going -to demand my money back."
"Wait until after the next act) Bill.
Sixteen years elapses between Acts I
and II, and you can'demand.interest
on your money for that length of
time."—Louisville   Courier-Journal.
-'CHAPTER XIX.        >     . '
It was arranged that Flora should
for the present at least Temnin at the
cottage,.and Maddy accepted the kindness gratefully!    She had .become so
'much "accustomed to being cared  foT
„by Guy that'she almost looked-upon,
it as a\ matter of t course, 0 and '^did^
not think -pf< wljat .others knight pos-
'sibly, say, but when,--in "as delicate
a manner as p'ossible,- Guy suggested furnishing the cottage in better
style, even proposing to modernize'"it
entirely in the spring/ Maddy object^
ed at once. They were already indebted to him for more than 'they could
ever pay, she said, and she would
not suffer it. So Guy submitted,
though it grate'd upon his sense of
the beautiful and refined terribly, to
see Maddy' amid so humble surroundings. Twice a" week, and sometimes oftener, he rode down to Hone-
dnle, and Maddy felt that without
these visits life would hardly have
been endurable. ' '
During the vacation Jessie spent a
part of the time with her., but'Agnes
resolutely resisted all Guy's e'htrea-'
ties that"she world at least call once
on Maddy, who had expressed a wish
i to see her, and who; on account of
her grandfather's health, and the
childishness with which Uncle Joseph clung to her, could not well come
up to Aikenside. "Agnes'would not
go down, neither would she give other
reason for her obstinacy than the apparently foolish one that she did not
wish to see the crazy man. Still she
she did not object to Jessie's going
as often as she liked, nnd she sent
by her many little delicacies from
the larder at Aikenside, some for
grandpa, but most for Uncle Joseph
who prized hichly everything, coming
fiom "the madam," and sent back to
her more than one strangely ■ worded
message which made the proud woman's eyes overflow1 when sure that no
one could see her. But this kind oi
intercourse came to an end at last
The vacation was over, Jessie had
gone back to school, and Maddy be-
ean in sober earnest the new life before her. Flora, it is true, relieved
her of all household drudgery, but
no one could share the burden of
care and anxiety pressing so heavily
upon her, anxiety for her grandfather, whose health seemed failing so
fast, and who always looked so dis
turbed   if   a  shadow  weie   resting  on
her bright face, or her voice were less
cheerful in its tone, and care for the
imbecile Joseph, who clung to her
as a puny child clings to its mother,
refusing to be cared for by anyone
else, and often requiring of her more
than her strength could endure for a
great length of time. She it was who
gave him his breakfast in the morning, amused him through the day. and
then, after he was in bed at night,
often sat by his side till a late hour,
singing to him old songs, or telling
Bible stories until he fell away to •■■
sleep!    ■ ;\.'•■...    '
Those were dark, wearisome days'
to Maddy, and %yhen the long, cold
winter', was'gone from ■•the New England hills, and the early buds of
spring were coming up by the cot-
taee door, the neighbors beean to
talk of the change which had come
over the young trirl, once, so full of
life and health. b'H now. so' languid
and pale. Still Maddv was not unhappy, nor was the discipline .too'severe, for bv.it she learpcd nt. last. the.
Teat'object ■ of life: learned, to .'take-
her troubles and cares to One who
helped her bear them so cheerfully
that, those who pitied her most never
dreamed hmv henvy was her burden,
so patiently and sweetly she bore
it. Occasionally there enme to her
letters from Ithe doctor, but, latterly
they gave her less pleasure than pain.
for ns sure as she read one of his
kind, friendly messages of Rvm^nthy
and remembrance, the Temnter whispered to her that 1linii«rh she did not
.'nve.'him as she nnn-lit to levo her h"s-
band, yet a life with him was far
preferable to the life she was living,
nnd the receipt of one of his letters
always gave her a nsng which lasted
until   ^i?Y   c$i»e   dowji J.Q .see,   her.
THE MYSTERY-OF SLEEK/
"   .   '     '—    •       i,
No   Man Knows^When  the  Moment of
* Unconsciousness  Comes.'   -      •_,
' There is a remarkable fact connected
with sleep which must, not be over'--
looked.' The sleep of a' human being,
if we are not too busy to attend to the
matter, always, evokes a ccrtalu feeling
of awe. Go into n room where'a per;
son Is sleeping, and it is difficult to
resist the sense tliat''one Is'In the presence of the central mystery of existence. People who remember how constantly, they" see'old Jones',, asleep in
(he club library'will smile at this, but
look quietly and alone even at old^
Jones.and  the sense'of 'mystery  wlll^
soon .develop. ",',.' 7 ' ■
t It is no good to say that'sleep Is only
"moving" because it looks like* death.
The person who is'breathing so loudly
as'to'take away all thought of death
causes the sense of awe quite as easily
as the silent sleeper1 who hardly seems
,t6 breathe.    ' •' <  «   '
' , We see death seldom, but were It
more familiar, we doubt If ,a corpse
would Insplre.so much awe as the unconscious and sleeping figure—a smll-*
ing,-,,irresponsible doll.^flesh and blood.
butfa doll to whom "in a second may,
be called,,a proud, active, controlling,
con'sciousness which'will, ride Uls bodi-'
vly and his mental horse with ,a hand
of iron, which will force that body to
endui-e totl-'and raisei-y^and will'make'
that"mind, now .wandering in" patlis'pf;'
fantastic folly, grapple with some great
problem or throw all''its (force Into the
ruling, the saving or ' the _ destruction
of mankind. 'The corpse' is only so
much bone, muscle > and tissue; the
sleeping body, is the house which a
quick and eager' master has only left
for an hour or so. '
Let any one who thinks sleep is not
a mystery try to observe in himself
the process, by which sleep comes and
to" notice how and , when and uudet
what conditions he loses consciousness,
rie will, of course, utterly failto put
'his finger on the moment of sleep coming, but in striving to get as close as
he cau to tbe phenomena of e'ecp he
will realize how great is the mystery
which he is trying to fathom. '
^A   JAPANESE   DINNER.
Plenty of Variety,  but. Too,Much Salt
For  American   Palates.
"I am afraid you wofi'riike it," said
the young Japanese baron. "You insisted, though,-on a real Japanese dinner.   So what was I to do?" '
They seated themselves, the three
girls and he, upon the green silk cushions placed oh a parquetry jgoor about
a little table aJoot high. A. Japaneso
servant entered with the tea, and the
Japanese dinner began.
For first course there were sweet bis-
cuit and tea—delicate tea of the April
harvest, "first chop" tea, ' formerly
served with cherry spoons and a poem
for each guest.
Next came ushlo, a salty soup, with^
which the national  wine, called sake,
was served in fiat saucers.
The third course was a little raw fish,
very sally and steeped in a sour and
appetizing sauce. The guests, contrary to their 'expectation, found the
raw- fish no more difficult to cat than
raw oysters. With this course went a
salad of white chrysanthemums.
The elaborate fourth course consisted of boiled chestnuts and a paste of
sharks' fins, quail roasted nnd hashed
with preserved cherries and crawfish
with eggs. These viands were all ar^
ranged decoratively on one-large dish.
The fifth course, aiso on one dish,
was boiled bamboo shoots with soy,
salted mushrooms and a_cold boiled
salmon and cold" boiled perch,- with
pickled shoots-of the "ginger plant :
* Next came a soup of seaweed, bitter; salty, decidedly good; next an assortment of nuts boiled in soy; next
salt relishes; next delicious boiled
rice, the grains as large as cherries,
and. to conclude, tea again.
The young girls as they rose from
their, low cushions and limped about
in the effort to get. the stiffness out of
their legs said that, the Japanese dinner had,been very good, really much
better than they bad counted on, but
perhaps, a little too siilty for occidental
taste.—Exchange.
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There is only one.thing more painful than sciatica nnd 'that- is 'the
treatment of "it as practiced." Tho sickening burning of the flesh is only
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"Do you put.much bel-'ef in the cry
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"My   faith   in   newspapers   has   re
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"How &o?" asked a policeman adjusting the cuffs.
"I had lend so often that a cop was
never around when needed/' rejoined
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Minard's Liniment cures Distemper.
Scotch Keeper—That's a verra fine
car you ha<-e got.
Chauffeur—Oh, it ain't a bad car.
Scotch Keeper—She wad be a vena
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Scotch .Keeper—-I, was not judgin'
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smell'.—Punch.''.
He   conquers   twice   who
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restrains
A FAMOUS DUEL. '   ' ,
Tha Fatal Meeting Between Commodores."Barron and, Decatur.
On March 22, XS20, was fought one
of the most memorable duels in the annals of the United States. Commodore
Decatur and Commodore Barron met
on the- fatal field ueur Bladensburg
that day. TTSoth participants were
wounded, Decatur mortally, dying
-within a few-hours.after the encounter, i The, causes which led to the ill
feeling between these two naval heroes
have never been'accurately determined,
but It' is generally supposed, that Decatur's harsh criticism of Barrou on
account of the latter not returuluj; from
abroad to take part Iu,tlie wiir brought
about the ^breach. > Certain-'it is that
Decatur's words were repeated to Barron, and-Jj-correspoudcuVe between the
two ensiled,' which probaVly resulted iu;
the challenge" The impending duel'
was kept a profound secreL, Only a
few of the most 'intimate friends of the
respective participants had' eVlcu an
inkling of it. Decatur was the first to
, arrive upon tho scene, -lie was accompanied by Commodores Rodgcrs and
Porter and several'otlier friends. , Barron arrived a few minutes'later., "The
combatants bowed stiflly to each other
and stood waiting for their mends'lo
measure off the ground and, make ^hu
filial'arrangement!;.    '       ,*  > -        ,
"I hope, sir." said Barron as they
took their places, "that when "we meet
in another world we',shall be better
friends tbim-wC* have been In this'."- '
Decatur ls said to-bare haugutllyrregarded his adversary, ajiiomeut aud
tfien replied: .       ' ' j.'< '
r   "Sir; I have never been your enemy,"
A1 Morueuti later "the word was given,
and two shots rangout simultaneously.
.Barron  felli-alinost^inimediatelyj ' Decatur straightened himself,' but the pistol ^fell, from, liis^gnisp,* and In a- mo-,
meat  ho   was t uponV the^" greensward
■ writhing 'in agony".   He was raised by
"his 'frlendsi andu carried,.nearer'.'the
road,'where'Barron  was lying.'    _(*   *
y "I"wish I' had<"fallen iu.-the service'
1 of'"my*...country," ^Decaturi- lUiuttered,.
whereupon Barron looked,'up. „ ., ,'*" ,. ,
v "Everything^   has *- been u'conducted
most honorably," he said.     .        ,    „f
Then, "turning; his eyes upon Decatur:',.
"I iatn  mortally' wounded. *- Commo-;,
do're,, Decatur,!; I ^forgive' vo.u, Crom. the_
bottom of jny heart.",,   'k" ~   *'    WJ' "
* As*Decatur was being] lifted Into a"
carriage , Bainbridge,  ,whom; Decatur,
had once'rescued from a Moorish .prls-]
on.' stooped'down'and kissed his cheek:
]fi With-his' head .upon' Rodgers' shoul--
der and Iii, campauylVwlth*a^physIclau,
Decatur wasdriven'slowlj-back to the'
city and. carried. into his residence'on
\ Lafayette *square,'! where -.be   died , a
few "hours after w'ard.  '-,■, '"jv<f" s, '/°J,,
'   -The - news'; .of,;the -.'duel ■' spread,; like;
* wildfire, through the"cit>\ . Thjs^follows
. ing'^day. 'John .'Randolph*" roCered- conf
solatory resolutlohs'-lri'!congress, wjilch,'.
' however, '\vere, promptly',' objected' to,"
'' and^the press rigorously1 denounced'the
I practice, of .dueling. \ r    * 7, , *,,,-, 7 ,. \ »,].
* Barron4ukirnately recovered from .his;
Uujuxy^but" ltXis;sal'd' the 'memory; of j
,thel fatah'duePdarke'nedVhisVHfe %vgtt
-,afterjvnrd.'T,|ire ' jlved"''until-,'the' year*
1851'and had, charge ojC'Several vessels.'"
: At 'his ownij-e'questihe,. was,courts mar-,
tialed upon the--charges made ^against"
" him by' Decatur*'and' 'exbneratecL—J-Ex-'
change.    \  ,■      -   ' -'   ■ "-r .' ■    *      '' t ''
, ——_————_~_^-___ *•
' . -.All Help Ono Another. , T ' "
u What1 a wonderful order there,, is In.
all human labor! While,tbe husband-;'
man furrows his land^and'prepares for »
every one his daily bread the town
artisan, far away, weaves the stuff In
, which he Is to be clothed, the miner
seeks underground the iron,. for his
plow, tho soldier defends him against
the invader, the judge takes care( that
the law protects his fields, the tax
comptroller adjusts his private Interests with those of the public^ the merchant occupies, himself in exchanging
his products' for those of distant
countiies, the men! of science and art
add every .day a few horses to this
ideal team, which draws along the material world as steam impels the gigantic trains of our iron roads.    .,
Thus all unite together, all help one
another. The toll of each one benefits
himself and all th'e world. The work
has been apportioned among ,the, different members of the whole society
by a tacit agreement. . >
If in this apportionment errors are
committed, if certain Individuals have
not been employed according to their
capacities, these defects of,detail diminish in the sublime'conception of'
the whole. The poorest man Included
in this association has his place, .his
work, his reason for being there. lEach
ls something in the whole.—Emllc Sou-
vestre.
Canada's Forest Area
Canada's forest area, has been variously estimated at from eight hundred, million to three hundred million acres. The' latter is the ^latest
estimate und was giyen by Dr, B. B.
Ferndw, ,the reconfy appo'ated Dean
of the -Faculty of JEJoreqtry at the University of Toronto. He is one of the
best authorities on foi est subjects on
the,continent and for years wns head
HEAEJNQ
POWER  OF PiKE
* '"-■*'
IS!
J'lllB1   f  '
of the United States' Bureau' of For-,
'estrv.    His estimate, he thinks, "will    ,§
cover the commercially valuable tinv  ,'■
berlund' area,  actual and „potential.'' jti   ,
At  this  estimate   the  forebt  area   of      '
Canada i& "not much more than one- i.J^h'Trt'the'iiTh* r!?iFle ""-'"I
half of'the commercial 'orest area ot* "-J ^1,e £)>\ - pi- ,,■■, t|
ii„.'tt„h^i stntou " iie\ta ftiiu  cured  in. thi-ir iini. ,.¥
fi
If you have   CVitT   X(1ym
through a pine fore.-i
ber  how,   almdsi
uik ouni'iou..], :ff-
head was thrown back aii,j'ju.
,;'f-4
'H i'
punded as you diaw Ui ^,ii,
bioatha, the .pine-laden u<\
>gorating it was—hn
"liousiiuds of mon aim ,,.„- «, ■
feruig from,,lung and bi'-m-hiai iP
ticiw, -but-whose ciicuriKtai,,,!^
vent    them    from    sw4,ti.-  -''''"£
^d at TXajwnsXop <£ fi:
ftunlly^believ.edgiU >>V. •* -, ,
.. Second' lTobfj^-Great^ hob's.'.
whal'Wiiv do. you refeemblo a $#
• - Fira't Hobc~01>, "J51 told lwr It
three''after-dinner stories.'   D--
-so.s-tale.Vht- said I.must be a ?«|
-Pittsburg Leader."
I tch," Mange,"1 Prairie\r Scratches -and
every form* of ^contagious' itch 'on.hu-
man'-'or animals cured irjv 30; minutes
by Wolfprd's Sanitary* Lotion.-■,^,,ii** v,
* '"We^-we ' w-antijyoui'.loV. nfarxy. "-ug,^
said the blushing y.dtingfnianr iitdicat1
ing1 a.-'young" woman ''with' downcast
eyes and sniilfhgWace^v^vhoViSK>od''>
step.,beJiind- him. -. ^   ,'.' ,f ' ,J \    ,  yi
■'"'>'Cbnie*in-/-";tsaid the inigiAler,«and
he  endeavored  to^ase.. their x.enib'ar^'
rassmeufc-for. a ^nome^u^^'ut^Jier soOri-
decided.*ihaWt - wa§t useH io* liyjt ,<
.'."Will you .be; married .with'a jingf!'
'he* inquired', s   , ',    '   T',i, * V.*i  }>\'.i'
t"THb .young „miin tnnie.d'j n.jhoj)^l§ss,
g'azevon his conlpaniollVarfd^U^&lulook-!,
ed'at the'minister.  ,-c%'-t- ^ J~. '-fi *--w
.,* "If'you've g"ol". one-to'spnre'tarfd'it
out o' the $2'I guess
can come
like  it," hS
Companion.
said' ■ at
guess she'd
last-^Youth's
Old Trinity, Churchyard.
-There is rio more dismal and hideous
sight than a new graveyard full 'of
glittering, obtrusive white monuments,
square, ponderous and costly. But a
vburying ground which has attained a
ripe nge. say, n century or so, is' capable of affording a distinct sensation of
aesthetic plensute. Toned and tempered by wind and weather Into neutral harmony, the Intrusive lettering on
the stones half obliterated, there remains no ghastly funeral suggestion,
but only a gentle impulse to quote
Omar on the evanescence of things
Such a graveyard Is tlie old Trinity,
past which theibusy crowds of Broadway and. .Wall street surge all day. It
is a thing of, beauty, though perhaps
not one in a hundred of those eagor
faced men 'hurrying, past ever stops to
look at it or think of it. If he did, one
Imagines he would: slacken his pace
and perhaps take a half .holiday, i The
•indent plot of1 ground, sown thick
with low gray: and brown stones and
looking like a field of mushrooms,
makes that human torrent rushing by
^cem . melancholy   and   meaningless'.—
ewilYork Globe.
Minard's Liniment cures Colds, &c.
,'.i   Mutual Forbearance,        ^_ _'
* TIave   you   Inquired   whether'  your
prospective sou-in-law's title.la jjenu-
Jne?*'
1 "No,", answered Mr.1 Cumroi. ;"IIe
has very graciouoly ^retrained . from
evincing any curiosity}-as to" whether
niy monev is - taftited."—Washington.
Star.     * v"    "' J"s      "-", '"-^  "
Prompt Ac^eptanc*.*     . ;    ,   .
Mrs. Fetcherleigh (as the caller is departing)—You must come s-andVtake
dinner with ustsome'day," Mrs. Gwlin-
pies. ,    -
Caller (with alacrity)—1*11 be delighted, Mrs. Fetcherleigh. *Whcu shaa I
come?—New York Ucrald.
Evon ThVsro.2
"Dear," said ,lhe inftlaocholy!- wife,;
"If you die first you will" wait for ran
there on that far shore, won't you?">
"I guess so," replied her husband,
with a yawn. "I've always had to wait
for. you wherever I so."_G»thollc
Standard and Times.. l
by ubing Virgin Oil <.f »%7lr%
This nrepaiuliou. cont'iun m 1%
bealth-giv'rig prope;tic> (>j ttli;   ■"'
ciirahle..   It is also n p.-if,^. v;;.;.,
i/.<ng agent for uric itei.I, and'i?"^'      '„■
speedy relief in c.m-,-, .,{ ,!„.,,„;, %
liuno-bnck or o<.hcr af!Vvtiuiir,K;,")    „"   " li
from disordered kidnM-' t-     -'on
Put up*only in }ruiin<-,2 vial, M  "'..'''(I
ne-curoly fienled in a iivmd Uf
enfie/the' genuiiift ,»l\s-iy. ,i„„'';
uninc—Virgin .Oil of Ti«<. (.„„,„;
pure, prepared only In- L^ti, U
ic-nl Co., Giiicinnri!5, 0,    ,
the'United States
Mr. R. H. Campbell. Superintendent   of   Forestry .for   the   Dominion
government, gives a'rather larger es-i[J'( ", —.,,■' V'.;;',:;'' "' ""titi
limnto. He ualculates the forest area1 f'^s, ana » i bia' up „ (.(,l0 Ji
of .the Domiuion dt.ubout 535 million L1.?"^, as^Tipuie any v„nyn l},^:
ncies,   divided   as, follows'.
0    'c       - -Aci-c^,-
British  Columbia ' lB2r'million
Man.. Sank., Alta.', and un- i ','
orgftnisied .territorids ,...liJO^   ','   •
Ontario- ,.., ". 40
Quebec   '....:.-' -120.    "   '
New Brunswick 7X<"    -
Nova Scotia „,..!.   .,.:...'.    S'      " :
", Inexhaustible" used'to, be a favorite word to describe'Canada's forests. But .the, drop from' the, old figure of S00, million acres to the more
recent ones given above shows clearly
that.the morqjCanada's^foreat, wealth
is investigated^" theless'tire^ people inclined to use that "worcL *• Great as
this wealth .may be, it'is.'or Canada
lo, husband; her • resources, and1 make
her 'forests a'- permanent asset. In
order' toMo""lMS,'";Bhc sinuut -carefully
protect' her .forests'and see tow their
being rcprdducert,\th"at ra^fuliireyRup1-.
ply of timber ,ihay bo ensured, from
thorn. "7 Tin's Svould mean' the^'careful
management of those innds-ou scientific and business principles, and those
it JsMhat'Hlie' forestryij?moY^rnc"<''8
seeking *to'„introduce5, throughout,/,thc
Dominion, w ,,', "'  "   "-'""   '» «
< ...w^-m....^^..^*- . , -1 r^ - - - I.-
A 'botjUo^of Rickle's Anti-Consnmp-
tive* .SyTupV.tnkon according ^"directions/ will ftubdue'a cough'ina" short"
t;m"e.'n'Th"is Tssertion'can be \veiified'
by .hundieds who -liave ^Iriedx'i^and
ore' pleased to' bear'-testirnprfy tbf-ita*
merits".* so that nil'"may'- know what a
splendid fmedicine it" is.^'-Tt 'cdststji'ou
only '25 .cents 'f;0, jpih the'ranks"of the
many who have.been' benefited .by1" its-
usi?'-     ', , '" "■ 'IT"'"*'"'"*- -"; '-'" VJ'
< f'l • rather^likeiyour/ friend/J \Urs.
Page .said; .graciously,' after Carr* had
gone-homfc' "Ke£is""good-lobking and
agreeable, but! you-' can't'^call Jiim - a
brill'ant coitversationallsfr"/*TKd*Law^
ton 'girjsctalked all around, him/,'- <
" "Unfortunately," ^replied "Mr. Page'
"Carr-cannot.,talk on a^eubjdet .unless
he knows' something '.about'""it.'"''—
Youth's* Coirt'paniori:,'        ,\   '-t "    .'
',-fotft
,>-,-- solute
-'■"•   w
-*s Lay!
-t^uf**'
,     ' 'Speak SoKly
The 'country editor i« alw;ns»J
.osopljcr,, ^l/ib'ton to th>., u';m 4,
.preBentniiyq^'qf   the  tjfMijrraih
fti KtinhSft:'"  ''        *      , '
' Jf ,you'?peak  geytly and •;:.__
to coiitrul you will1-find thaulg!
fcphoue service 'a'not as Lml s<
tli'6ught;]t'Wfl3. ■   *
',,   'fiifij.   _- 7 r —-	
f Externally or Intel nnlly, ft jafi,
*—When ' applied externally by'i
rubbing,*' Df. ..Thoina.n'  Kck'ttra
'opens   tho 'pores   and >;nvhii?.
tjssue as-few liniments,«iii ib [r]
Xuk 'lhe seat of .Uw'lr.jubitf and!
'mediately'"affording. "rulwL    .IdiL-.^ - .,
j«tei*ed4ntenially,' it -niM *tiJI th(f,P-&;.™%
ritation;ii\_ the -throai which m'k|- "!-^'?,,iji
roughing "and  -vyJIJ  Cim* aHteivun'l ■■ •&[
the,„ bronchial jtubes  and iH^M     «TV
organs.1 Try-, il and'be coiivinwLf   -"-   ju
-,A',. +,. ,  .^   .y  9 * .
j     ,    1 ,        , ■--"  '   -         ' " '
ll-First '''Hqbo^Yes;   1   toW-dj'.';
.^rP
a£"/au|
j+rin:
/. 'iCPUl
Uimment-
-'cures   ta
- JMinard s
theria. ,-   '''jt\f-\ ■> <cf '   ■
'    "   '       Feared ^rte" WortL
: With j8tralalug,'eyes the pale 5
man,Twatchcd the^advancing polri
through the, window.' ,No soob«8
.jf Uio'Sbruecoats reached tht-'p^-chi
" with   trcmbllug","fingers,   h« Ot
.hcaVy'revolver  from  his pwkciJ
,* pressed tho^muzziu against hi*!
blng" te'mpli7 "Dcfon.- h'is„nor?«|
"gcra" could pull the deadly rjrJasj
^faltu'ful wl/o^dafihe^l lhe pistol <J
l\  'ilohti!-' J[c4inj".oJhe gaspiib "if
S-They've*on|yVcoiiie^ tq'rsiimci(i:i|
■.'for a Jurj'-'';" '>''*"''     >   u i
i"'t<'lC tUratS»ithC!,caso ,\"i\ suhm'.l/j
«lji!US
&A*li
.3-117.
- „ lood
rcoch^tli
TLniy'-lif
 th*
S*S«i'
ancot
iriy:
thatSoaii;
wrtlk!"^Judge. ■?*
loving. > nsa.
*'.'# iv   -T,*' * l7'-"« ""»
t>f,AkH.|S,.NeUMe
-- * .''La^yv?,wI I'should' ?*?'■ ' v-e f|
* moves as slow* as a'f is nerd   "*
believe,auy oue"evcr saw bni'
wise.',' ■ '
"Well.'.I've seen him' »vhea b|
fast"—
"What?-
"Let me finish. I '.say Tvc see|
when he was fast— aslcep."-!!5-
Wer^ly:;"""
ism
Wherfi
S-ree
smei
_....jfflafe"
^notMeeB:
"Vou avukAy wouldn't buy an inferia
when you could get a pedigreed J
for the satne money? - Why "shon'i
,buy,cheap, inferior, imported salt
;' S^'t-s   pc>.
costs no more. ..It'«l>estforbutter^jrj[|fi
,for cheeae-r-best for the table. '    &imdi
lnMist on having Windsor Salt
J%
'«*
'T00KE5
CtEMCOE
*'«t(w*
"r»i,
'"IkC
r*ci« tr colu«
LINEN
-O
,heq
, n'de
[voiir
paint
Mjtawi;
', ^ "HfliL.
k ^SOTaVrd
i?$g0rm$bt
This cut speaks for itself,;—shoirt („
f*f~)T f  AD C the thoroughly shrunken irittrliB- v,^
\~\JL.I-,Sit\J jnK. It's this interlining that miles i   2
the coUair. keep its shape when laundried. These,collars arc 4-p'J'- f^1)
It'll the careful attention to these details that makes these 3 for J5C |-§
Tooko Collars the most popular and best collar value hi Canada.
TOOKE BROTHCRS.'LIMITED - -.MONTREAL.    9
KEEPS
Torrid Persia.
In certain parts of Persia' the llier-
moipeter ' stays at 100 degrees, uight
and day for the greater part of the
summer, while so ■unbearable a temperature ns 130 degrees is not unknown In that couutry^
W.    N.    U.      No..   676.
A C'&nfidonce.
"Does your wife allow-you to smoki
In the house?"
"Yes. but she wouldn't If 1 smolceil
the cigars sho gives me."—Washiugtoi
Star.
EDDY'S
SSVIPERViOUS SHEATHING m
:| . '.,-■.■.... FfS"9:
IS ONCE   MORE  ON THE  MARKET AFTER A LAPSE oF A   jgjj
MONTHS,  and  your wholesaler is  in  a position to supP.'V V""u ti£
quirements in what is acknowledged to be &
THE   BEST   BUILDING   PAPER _
TEES'&VPERSSE LIM8TED-, A.qents4i|3|S
CALQARY        .    ..      WINNIPEG '.     V       EDMONTON   mOBS&
':     "Always—Everywhere in Canada—Use   Eddy'-   Matches-"     h*MrW*fctf*>iCo
MftORfflH THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ni Gi.r.i ioujj,  'H*. and iuif i$  '"'ihhiit^  leu tin    J*.  '"'���'   i."a']iiB.  gg  ��,u'"i Wi.$'  <l ui'.iii'hialiifl  iKMiriLtniK, ,1  J^i;"-.t- i.au i���,E  ' t'��w wi,|,E  * <t'f i'i'"-' <P^  vmt'mw   aij |;  t"'> "! Hi" k��  k' ��!> �� ccio .r|,  >' i'"ii|.'li U .. U  11 P'-if"gi v..'.;'-  IK'l'I, llllli tflf,  >���-_ I)? llltlllllt. 't-  iflVvtiull', it..,'5?  lnc\-' fi  -OH'H'O VWl,p f.1  'I      I'VlII'l    v���ffi  if Tine I'liji^.f  In- L^ac'i !���>,  . 0.  COME IN CANADA  OME-MAiSE-  TREATMENT  Reg, Rheumatism  t ja'Ingredients Well in the Bot-  jjfand Take a Teaspoonful  Dose After  Meals  eminent    authority    an-  a,, leading Montreal daily  found a new, way, to treat  . ..."American disease, Rlieuina-  .ithV'.just common,   every-day   p_f,Jomji"d  in  any  drug'store,  the  itTfys*cians''were slow.indeed to attach  7nnclfflWPpi-tance to his claim's.' This  i    ��� vras^onwa*' few months ago. ' Today  * ' iiearly&XW'newspaper in the coun-  ���IrW&BjflSthe' metropolitan dailies, is  v Jnnd^Wti4 and the splendid results  aaflWMUi'is  so  sirnp'e that any'  oj��SSs32$fPfepare it at;hoihe at'small  tx-oosi^^3^j8'made up .as follows:   Get  , ^IrfiwWMSood, prescription pljannacy  -   "IMni^Jjaract,   D.-itidelion,    'one-hnlf  ,oaS^^Cd5npoun'd Kavgou, one ounce';  ( ompamiia" Syrup  Sarsapari"a,i three  ,l "oun^S��^^M-ix',by 'shaking in a''bottle  * * nna#toMfein' teaspoonful doses after  ' -* * eacb^m"Sliand at .bedtime. .These,'ore  '~ * allMjmmwihgredioiits,' making an ab-  "- solutallrailiarrnlese home    remedy    at  lit.tle��cost^  .Ehcuriiatism. as everyone knows, is  ioi ai  'innlly, Tt !<G'  .toini.il}- by"-|^  in.-.   Lcli'ttm j Hbjgj  psesand forms about tlie'ipinta  iScles,-causing tho unlo'd, suf-  -__T-_^J#"d deformity of rheumatism,  tfS^*!fiJ^Bbre8criptioii is' said   to   bo   a  ���^i'eplSSqfalfhenling,' cldhnsing   and   in-  af4--v-^%ffigJonic to the kidiiQj-p.  and  in.V  licli'ttra! ftZ^vigorHMng, tonic  nd ^i.MH'tiaip>L:^'kPl*s^Jy'ostMnfnie(3ldte Teljef in aU  "its caii-Ja '("MT" ftS?S8��l^bla<lder and uririary troubles  \ fiLjubie andS����"/"a%^^*^c5lc':it' H"e lisbAvarns people  ���/r,-li^ Mdi*W!aii^n-g pronto paper 'against,  it vilJ*��y/ l/w^^,^.t^B^9Wp^natoe;u&<3,-of. many^ patent  oat iriuch imk   ���'aqaBaBSa? . -^ - "1 -����� ' ��, .<< ' f ' ',  pirn* alltftUoii'    "    ^^!^^H��p*.v^    ,  .�������� a,   *       ,-:'',  ' -  8 and 1%-W *��QmWmW&i��� V '"a ^ f "u*y  I be wiiivinw Jl$M��JsMIi? countryman,, to-take, him  ���bfinblo a>,jjj V. tfv'itnir^man., /���' .,  1* told Iht ti ft ffivfral^Ehe  journey,, had   been   made  ,torie/?.'   I-*:"'t'/'wi^^n^driver had taken, a.-s.wig lie  Mpitbcai*. jt{*W:,   -      .,.    -*   -   . N , i. a.   Li     'f&2��  ���:ii  nt^-'cure?  io'Wor��L  sger; ��I', am a .peaceable. man>  Jess you want to be;full'of. lead  ^'you .had" better find''a ne-w  Jj'arry'your molasses.'.'  EAFNE88 CANNOT BE OURED  applications, as they cn"r<ot  the-*'ear,  dnafncdu  . , _,        rempdi^s  caused  by. 'an* inflamed  condi  mucous Uniiifr of the Eufitncli.  When this tube Is inflamed j-ou  REHNANT'OF NEW GOSPEL  -   f .       *- ,  Fragment" of MS'. Describes' Scene  In  .-   *       t   ' i I',  '   'Temple at Jerusalem.  ' Found in" December, '1905, in a  mound at Oxyrhyncbus, Egypt, the  fragment of an MS. of an uncanonical  gospel deficribfng ,a dramatic scene in  the Temple at Jeiusalem is translated  in the .report oi the Egypt Explora-'  tion Fund, just published, as'follows.,,  The first words are the conclusion of a  speech 'of Jesus to'his disciples. The  translation 'ia by. Dr. Grenfell and  Dr. 'Hunt, the Egyptian archaeologists, who date the fragment as earlier  than 'A-D. 200: .. . before he does  wrong makes all manner of subtle  uxcupe- Hut give heed ,lest ye also  suffer the same things an'they, for the  evil-doers" "among men receive their  reward not among the living.only, but  also await punishment and much torment. ' ', f  ' And He took them and brought them  into the very place of * purification,  and was walking in tlie temple.  .And a certain''Pharisee,- a. chief-  priest, whose name was Levi (?), met  jth'em ,aild"said, to the 'Saviour,. "WJio  gave thee "leave. tor walk iii, this place  of purification/and to see these holy  vessels, when ,thou Hast 'hot' washed  nor yet ,have thy disciples .bathed  (heir feet? But defiled thou ��� hast  ���valkcd'in this'tenipie, which is'a pure,,  place, .wherein,.no. 'other man walks  except lie has ' wasrred* himeelf and  changed his garments, neither does he  venture to sceHheso holyj vessels." ���'  AndUhe'Saviour',straightway stood  still with his, disciples nnd answered  him, 'Art' thou,- then, being here in  'the temple, clean,?"    >'   ��� i  lie saith'unlo'jiirri,'"I am,clean; for  f washed in tlie rppol of. David,, and  having descended 'by one staircase I  ascende'd by ~ano<her,'"and I put-on  white and clean garments, and then 1.  dame and looked upon these holyr vessels."   ���"        ^ ������   '!        V    'j    ..;  '' The Saviour answered *andF'Baid.un-T  to'him',' "Woe. yeSblind, whoVsee not.  ^Tliou ;haht, washed- in ,these . running  wators wh'eiein 'doga" ,and swine have'  been  cast  nigh't .and' day? and   hast  'sle'ansed and wiped;the outside skin,  which -.also, the, harlots and flute-girls  anoint'and Vashjnnd ',wipe and .beau-  tify'JTor the'.lust'of'.men;,but Avithin  they are full of scorpions and all wick--  edness-;'  But I and my disciples; who--  thou .sayest' have   not, .bathed, .have  been'dipped'in the waters of eternal  life,'which comes.from '-.. .,'^Butejjvoe;  'unto thee'/'i.;':   ���.',*,''   'u    ,     /'  AN UNSATISFACTORY POST.  Expense and Ingratitude Conditions of  Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.  Accpnipa'nying the new Lord Lieutenant, we took pai t in the state en- j daughter had ringworm very bad, so  RINGWORM  Stubborn   Case   Healed   by   Zam-Buk  The most troublesome and obstinate of all ecalp trouble is Eingwoim.  Mrs. H. Girdlestone of 106 Rawdon  St.,    Brantford,  Ont.,    savs;      "My  PROGRESS  AND   LABOR.  try into-Dublin, which was conducted  with the usii-'d military display and  vice-regal etiqi*ot.tu, says'' a writer in  London.-. The duke in uniform xode  with a" glittering staff about him.  The rest of the family' in carriages  with' postilions ��� and outriders, drove  , through the crowded streets to the  ' black and, grimy , old castle, which  for; centuries has witnessed thefae processions come and go. In view Si tlie  repeated attacks made in the last  hundred years on the. Irish ,vice-,  ropalty, it is strange that it htill -exists and  is 'apparently .flouiishiiifi.  In. India, ��� the eastern mind has to  be impressed with'-,the 'glamor of  royalty. In the distant colonies, Canada, Australia, 'New Zealand, and  others, Government House is.a great  feature, and the governors men of re-  'sponsib'ility. But what excuse can be  offered'for the Dublin] court, which  -is within a few, hours ,of London and  and telephone With Downing street?,  in direct communication by telegraph  -'The Lord Lieutrnant.vwho is not in  the Cabinet, is*- but a figurehead, a  purveyor, of amusements for the Irish  officials and the Dublin tradespeople,  on whom he is obliged to lavish his  hospitality and ,his-money, with no  return and .,no thanks. The .ingrati-,  tude of the .people must, be very-disheartening to each succesHJve viceroy.  However popular, .the Lor.d Lieuten-,  ant arid his wife, may be, 'though out  of their, private means,they may have  6pent money like water,'in a week all  isi forgotten* The new regime is paramount; Lo, ,roi'"eRt'rnort-'jVive le roi!  If the 'Lord ,.Lieutenant 'carries*out  with  tact  and  success  the, policyy of  'the Government, the credit is taken  by', the , Mini&ter.,, , If, on   the-, other  hand, tlie,.policyv,JS a failure, he get3  the blame, dr,' worse'still, is repudiat-  , ed   publicly  and, told ,'jUiat "the .Lord,  i Lieutenant is of/no 'account, i I have  seen  a, good-many  viceroyal'courts,  and 'it is ,'a marvel tq'ine that any  bne^cah "be,'found   to'accept so .ungrateful'a post.'        '���   - "'  .���'���'"-"'���i.   -?'-  bad that 1 was compelled to have her  hair cut off. I obtained a preparation  from the druggist to paint the sores,  but instead ^of curing, the Ringworm  deve'oped into, nasty tores matterating  and b'rnelHng badly. I saw Zam-Buk  advertised in the newspaper and immediately sent for a box. After several applications I- could see a great  improvement'', and as I kept up the  Zam-Buk treatment daily the disease  was soon checked. Tlie nasty sores  were thoroughly cleaned and healed  and all trace of Ringworm banished  from the child's scalp in a few weeks  after commencing'with Zam-Buk. I  cannot recommend ' Zam-Buk loo  Uigh'y."  LOVERS OF  GOOD  TEA  Thirty cents an hour, with Saturday  afternoon off, Is the new arrangement  of the Canadian raeine railroad with  its machinists.        0  A sun motor was one of the objects  shown at tbe recent exposition in Madrid,   lt Is useful  for pumping  water,  working thrashing machines, creating  relectricity, etc., and after the machine  has jbeeu  bought there Is no further  , expense.  Magnets   for   lifting ��� purposes   are  coming into increasing use in British  iron works.   Castings weighing two or  three tons are lifted  by electro mag-    t rin pif i/CTo f\\1 V B'uo Label 40c., Red Label SO:,    it tit nDAfTDC  nebs.   Much time Is-saved'In comparl- . M.AI/ rAWlCID U11LI ,    And Gold Label'60c. per Ib.     AI AJuL Ui\UULK3  son with the use of hooks and,other  devices, as the throwing of a switch  energizes the magnet.  A   Parisian' metallurgical   engineer  Because of Its Delicious Flavor.  Zani-Buk cures cuts, burns,' chapped'  claims to have perfected a process of  inds. fiold Korf>K, itch   n'oum   <i<->T��mn'      ....   '     !���      ...   _.._, ,_..   _._   ...  t'_  hands, cold sores, itch, u'cers, eczema;  running sores, catarrh, piles, bad leg,  rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, abscesses and all diseases of the skinV  Of all druggists and stores, 50c, or  postpaid upon receipt of price, from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.   G boxes $2.00.  Montreal is Canada's ^largest banking centre, Toronto next, Winnipeg  third.       " ' i'  INCREASE-OF SUICIDE.  yes the pale-nt1-Jr,.^Ktliej'dlBeaaed portion' of  Jvanclni; l��r M'��J"*SSSMKonIy 'one way to cure  jvhuuui, i��, Wij,' andlffiat  la ,byT constitutional  vr.  ed  jgers,   hc ,i'"W^jia"^li|tnnibHnB eound'dr imperfect hear  ���m   his   pc*.'!;. AT��InjrSmitlVwhcn it In entirely" closed.  Bear  ,s\.    ���if'ligiJ'PMffilU'gtho result, and unless thn'inflnra  agiUU5i li i* i^Wi.jn^ffiagpan   bo taken  out-and  this  tube  rt- his ,nonftJ .l^f^vpredS.to its''norraol conditlon.Mi^arinis  j it'.. ,V*-. i" ��Hl&beMaefitroycd_forever; ninp cantos oui  aeutilj  ir���� ">��w.orJtenlarc caused  by  Catarrh;  which-ia  1 the pistol *'�� '-^���"-*-��*��.'- --�� ��� -���*���*-��.i���* ��<��� .��...  le  . to siiinmo:  i^u^.j ..w 'Twot^tenaSBro caused oy uatarrn, wnicn-ia  I the pistol* ���"�� ^ro^htnir4but an'inflamed condition of the  .   ir..i..n��i< - ,iniico������s��rfaces. ^,1,^    '...->    Vn v , r-  .'  ic fcnSI>��y     , . Wj^wOlielve  One rnundrcd* Doll.-irK" for  o 4'tt submit  ijp.man, ��V'  uj-'broW; *;'3  sl'the soo'i-a'  nnyXcaJWjpijDeafness fcaused by Catarrh)'  ihntScannot-ibo-'ciircd by Hall's Catarrh  CuraSSSehaSfor. circulars,  free.   ��� l.  r< -  . i. ma&Ei&t.- chenby & CO., Toledo, .o,  .    . llOldg^>2SI)ruirKi8tB,, 75c."   - { .���'������>'*,  t -  y   iTftke'��Soirs  Family  Pills  for .constipn t  Vtlo: "**-  t.  ,.r..  ���"   ' -nl     '  ftg i , hen.  ��� S>t:J-' ' !-'�� ' ?  a*fi.oer'i  '". ^^gQ!sician"out'^west/was^sentff,or to  pnlfe^^|6mall''b"'oy w!io was'-'ilh"1 'dXe  1 ;i��,f^^^escription and ,went;away.J, %- '���  ji?1"      Returning a few days "later he found  ?Ti�� ^3Mbettef.;    ','"���',-;-���*   /  %*>',<��� ���^^^'doctor,",.fiaId ..the^-boy's .mo-  hiia  ��vhen  cr saw bin v* t (th gj-mfflie   prescription  did    him  'a  *      wf^Srf^800^-   ���* left,'it,beside^him  v..^,  *i,Ha       i,wI^^S*e' could hold'it"*in his;hand  ,   ��� ���mosWoffethe time, "and' he" can.almos  '<.n��aalKiS.now. -,'YoUj didn't   iriean fo  h- li'ffilSSsawallow 'the ipaper. did>; you  ^ v-do6��gr?i!~TIarp,er's Weekly.'"   "! ",  - ..- .��&#&. ' :  -.'  ��� say f'vc ^  ���asleep."-1  buyaninf��n��|  a pedigreed ]f  1 v Why shouk;  ^   ^  :ff^E. FAMOUS   PEDESTRIAN     ���  ^i*   ' ���7  G��ntlemon:��� ��� ���  ___^yas"a ma.tyr^to" catarrh of the  ^hait^jRI&iTO'at and stomacH.    I was'so  fi?"�� doctors" feared * consumption.  .SiV^E.lasM"inany' "physicians- and  medi-  * ,friend suggested  Psychine.  tit and it was the1'only, thing"  |-eye.r^,dtd ��� me  any  good.    I  am .now  fpe&ectly iwell-    It-is the greatest re-  lit  K*ca;  xsstforbutter-XJnl  Lhe table., *i*  Windsor Salt  -     '" ^   Like   a, '-Torpedo . Boat.       >-  ,   A new monster of ihe .deep has been  'disooveriid by Capt. Peter��'A.' Jonas,  -son, cf, the' Swedish' barkentine. EliseV  .iiat was recently docked at Twenty-  seventh'street, Brooklyn,'after', a voyage .of "mahv months ' from Aixiba; inr  the' Diitch   Antilles';   to'BrJplol.  Eug-  ' bind,, and 'back ' over the' Atlantic rlo  'this ^ort. T'  - -1     ���     " ', * o  ' ,This specimen may be described ��'s  an1 animated 'submarine torpedo boat ,.  " I t-'is .almost square"., has "a head ,like  ���in'ostrich and a'moiitlilike^a camel."  ft looked .like a, rock when first seen'-  . Jff'the''Azores. ;a'nd no^ainoiuit of porpoise , blubber was'sufficient'to conv'  "it'to'/eatyso long as" it* was .attached  'to .a'line*,-     I     -    ���    \ ".'V * "'',->: i,"  ��� "We' 'approached -him - carefully, ^  oaid' the ,captainrin "the cabin "ot the'  .Wk>ntihe,' "and 4ried{, to  bait; him,"'  ."but he\ would hot ,take anything thai,  Wiis, attached to "af line^ .although   1%  �� threw" overman invisible one.J"'At,flast  1,I?r^sofle.d  to  the'���"patent ..harpoon ���!���  ��� have > invented.    Tt lias  an1 end���that4  ' turnsTwheu   it strikes,, but. the   first  time  that I  used'it it, shot back as  if it-hadirblruck an armor;clad. "Then  I s'awthe monster had a vertical'fin  'that'looked, like.a conning "fo-\ver.on  'a'Isubmarine,   and   T  struck "'at "him  again just*behind tit.   'This,time''the  'harpoon entered ,the body''and' broke  off.'   There was* tlie'greatest commotion  cou  ever"saw"arid  the "animal  sank.  That wr.s.thejast we saw of it, and'  We  teluctantlv  went on  without cet-  line his carcase." _  *Wliile this tale was being told Mate  C. "-!'��� Persson of th�� Elise, stood by  and with freyucnt nods approved its,  accuracy.- ���* ^  ,        S ;   .-"      ... Had', to Kiss Sisters' Feet.'  An action "which will ' doubtless  serve as a precedent has taken place,  sayg" the ,Vienna, correspondent,   in  Morbid   Sensibility -and   Absence; of  IT 'S ' .' -&',  '���'���     Religious   Feeling' the .Cause.'���' ,'  '   'There   appears ' to   be   a ��great increase1 of'suicide? vIt"ha's','extended-at  last'to  boyhood." What "-can be "the  cause?    The   conditions  of  life have  improved,   and    the  .natural . consequence,, it might be supposed,swould  be   th'e  less* frequent, occurrences "of  cases ,of despair..-Something, perhaps  much/"is   due   to   the   weakening   of  the   religious feeling against .suicide,  which-1' formerly   expressed   itself   in  'the   most  hideous," forms.  ' But., more  probably .^is  due   to,, the'increase  of  ,morbid sensibility,^ which 'again,is 'no  doubt traceable to the'gpneral riseoOf  'cviilization.  ^conscientious man will  - feel _, that-, so -long 'as he has .anybody  .dependent "on  hirn',0he' is '.bound   lo  remain "in vlife,   arid,-"at  the, post, of  'duly.   The most trying 'case. perh'ap3  is  that of ;disprace,Jespecially-when  ���shame is brought1-on others.-.-For the  rest, probably, ithere.'is"little ,:more to'  be' said^ than-'that" the���,intending suicide, had'"betters-wait  tilL'his   fit, of  -'iridigestio'n  is* past.- ^'^Suicide is ,ant  *'improvident, rejection of^the chance3  . of .the' future^," ^vas, fthe'"saving.oLJs.rJv^-  "p'oIgpnT* w-h'o," nevertheless,,"_when .fort  tune'failed him,��� attempted suicide'at  Fontainebleau.   /< Napoleon,  however,  "bein.��r absolutely destiture of morality,  coulf? have no' moral support left him  when fortune had failed.   Euthanasia,  mere shortening of.-the pains of death,  under medical control, is not suicide.  ���Goldwin Smith in Weekly Sun.  .They Are a Powerful Nerv-'ne.���������Dys;  pepsia causes derangement of ,the nervous-'system, and nervous debility  once eneendered,. is> difficult ,to 'deal  w-'th, There,*-are nwiui testimonials  np to the efficacy of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills jn treating this I'disorder,4  showing that.they never fail to produce'good,, results. .'Bv givintr proper  tone to("tbe digestive organs; they restore equilibrium to the nerve centres.  JAMES   REYNOLDS,  -   .-      -port Hope. Ont.  _.ne   is   the   greatest   cure   for  ^of the head, throat or'slomach  orld.    Tt is a wonderful tonic,  nener of run down system,  igtfdirectly on'all the vital organs  gfyouthful visror and strength' to  yatem.   At all'druggists 50c and  ,���r. T. A. Slocum. Limited, To-  quisitive 'visitor to   the  stu-  .jhe famous but eroehety artist  vinded the query. "What do you  f'iriix^viiur colors with?"  ^Witb$ brains,   sir."    replied     the  panfte'r^rin dignified tones.  i^xX<Xh,{&1lcommented  tho  visitor   "so  ^voimDiunt   miniatures?"���   Tcarson's  ^   .���W-'.rrnii*?  I  m-^k- ;   "Hey!MW'ntP" cried .the  first bov.  urijt yerlvaccinaUon healed up yet?"   j yer/v  ���'Niiwl'i replied  the  f   "- "Huh-!T Don't it  *    "am;   ... .  other.  H\dii* Don't it make yor  inads"  iV^'Naw! de ducior lold-mum-T miwt-  ^n'i'ttSlkS/a bath till its all healed."���  ?|KhiMdelphia PrcsiJ.',  P JM^^n'n  tears are often  weight  iriieiSahan^her words.  -shows t.  ghsof  U  ren  e^lally night coughs,   Na-  i';nccds a little help to quie:  iflfritation, control the in-  JSStlon, check the progress  the%lsease.  Our advice is  |^%llthc children Ayer's  ^he^ry Pectoral.  Ask your  ^piilF this is his advice also.  Do as he says.  ^Jfl^hiavs best,  hes  .^MnBW', i.  W�� publliili our fammlaii,  '   W* b��Dlsh alcohol 1  ���   < from ourxnediain��a I  Ws.ure* yon to j  eonvult your '  doctor  b��)Muua�� VOU ~. ...a. .,��..%... ... ..  Sf.'-iEfiCorrect it, at once I" he will  Then ask him ibout Ayer's Pills.  ifypt P'". all vegetable.    ...  ��tt�� j. a aj�� Co., i^w��u. jc*i*^���.  ���TAtf. II  w4  she took' the veil with the usual vows  and was appointed sick nurse. She  became ill through too much heavy  work, and also suffered serious internal injuries from falling clown with  a heavy kettle. After"several months'  in the conventthospital she resumed  her labors, which' caused a, return-  of her pain. Her plaints were disregarded or treated as acts of .insubordination for which she was ordered  penance, such as standing with a rope  round her neck, eating her food from  the'iloor'and crawling under the table  to kiss (he sisters' feet. At length  she wrote to her mother and threw  the letter, out. of the window. This  letter some person found and posted  shoitly afterwards. When this was  discovered she was dismissed from  the convent but was not loosed from  her vows. Through a lawyer she has  new brought an action against the  convent, which according to the law  is bound to support those nuns for  -life who leave once they have taken  the vows and from which they have,  not been released by a decree from  Rome The civil court ordered the  convent to pay 50s. monthly to the  lismissed nun nnd also to pay the  costs of  the trial.        In   the   Hanging   Days.  Coke, in the lime of Queen Elizabeth, lemarks on the large number of  id-sons hanged-in-England..--In 1750  i great inciease of crime occurred,,  and in the following year sixty-three  pei-hons were hanged in the small London of those days.'But many, more  wore sentenced than 'ware actually  hanged. In ' England in 1785 there  were 2*12 sentenced, and 103 actually  suffered. Townsend, the Bow street  runner, said that between 1781 and  1787 he had seen as many as twelve;  sixteen or twenty hanged at one execution. , Twice lie had seen, forty  haneed at one time. >- ���,���  Bugle Calls.  All the calls in the regular army are  sounded by bugle instead of by\lruiu,  the latter instrument'being used only  m concerted music. This ls because a  drum may easily have Its head broken  and is difficult to mend In the field,  nnd it Is useless when wet. A biiglo  gives a far clearer sound, and Its calla  can be heard at a longer distance.  Schoolgirl's  Ordeal.    ,  Indignant mothers iu New York are  denouncing tha secret societies which  American schoolgirls are so .fond'of  organizing and joining, because of the  ncrve-shatt��ring ordeals they impose  on those joining them.( The, occasion  for protest is found in the treatment  to vhich Julia Mills, a pretty girl of  16, was subjected in joining the Sig-  ma-Gamma Society at New York.  .��� First she was half-stripped, then  blindfolded^ Her hands were then  ' thrust into mercury which she had  previously been led to believe was  'molten lead Her'feet 'were-jerked  from under her, preparatory to her  descent into a bottomless .pit, 'pillows ' being thoughtfully provided to  break the fall. She was made to clasp  a wet glove, simulating the hand of  death, .was- forced to drink nauseous  liquids from -a skull,' and was finally  told 'to piepare for torture, and was  .branded on the back with a slab of  ice,.which she was told was acid. ���  JuliaJs terrors were chiefly imaginary, but her suffering was apparently  iniense. In a halt-hysterical state  she staggered home, and told her  mother everything, with the result  that Mrs, Mills and other indignant  mothers met, and decided to wither  up and destroy the Sigrna-Gamma Society with maternal wrath, and then  start a crusade against all schoolgirls' secret societies throughout, the  country.  Hunting the Ram.  Eton College had an ancient celebration which was gradually discontinued. Tho college had a time-honor-  'ed right to demand that its butcher  should provide a healthy ram on election Sunday, in August, to be hunted  by tlie pupils. On one occasion the  rnm actually jumped into the Thames  Rnd swam across, then galloped into  Windsor market place before it was  caught, to be killed and eaten at the  feast. More through pity for the boys  than the ram, the hunt was discontinued, and instead the poor ben��t_  was crippled to keep him still while  the speech was being.delivered, after  which the boys were free to whack  the ram's head with cudgels till-it  was dead or thoy were tired.  In  Court.  "Young Golt makes quite a show  wi'h his speedy automobiling, doesn't  he?"     -..- ������"  ' .-' ���'���'��� 'V  "Well, from the way lie keeps on  getting arrested the show is something  'of a. continuous fine performance:"  , The difference .between flnrines3' and  obstinacy -is 'merely-, the 'difference  between -will power and won't power.  --������'-���-^    ',   '     ,    -;  Minard's Liniment^cures Garget In  ,Cows. *' >' , . _-4 * <;,' *��� -     ' - i��  ,; ,,    -"���j���:���!.:_  ; �� <> ���  - Smith���Just,missed running ��� down  ah'o_ld 7,adv with my, auto. ' .'  Jones���Bali ,Jove, you're '. a lucky,  dog.4 -'        'i   -" -"'    " '   '" '  Smith���-Sure. -I/jusi had it painted  last VeekV^Chicagp"News:"'"   '-��� ~*'i  BABYS;, OWN'ifABLETS        'v  , ,V4 LITTLE LIRE.SAVER:  '"/Baby's Own-Tablets' hav<j\-'saved  many a1 precious,little life. There is  no other fne'dicine for "children so safe  and suTe in-its effects.' The Tablets  cure stomach' and ,',bowel trophies,  teething, troubles.,, destroy worms,  break up 'colds jxn'd' prevent deadly-  croup. , And you have the guarantee  of 'a government analyst that',, tin's  merljeine does < ;iot contain a ^particle  of opiate or narcotic, Mrs. 'j! Lar-  oque, L'bg'Valley/rSaisk., says:��� /���"!  am ^a great'���believer in-Baby's Own  Tablets.'^I-liave used them- on, many  occasions" and S.hoi��r' of no-*5medicine  eiual'to them 'n curintr the common  ailmpnts 'of'.!babies and young chil-  dren.',' i 'Sold ^bv all, medicine ' dealers  or bv mail'nt 25 cent's a tic-Vfrom The  Dr., Willi'sms'^ Medicine - Co., ,Brock-  ville,1-   Onti-.'   v' 'M** > ���'   -  >'n  - "?   >'"-"-1  '/'Vo*u loved her'verv much?.." % o,-  ''So .jnuc.h jthat', \vhon, her firot* lriis-  .bnnrTjljgdJsJSriTiirripd her that J'might  sltTrre-'her crrief .��nd-��o,'lepeen 'it."i' - -  "And  how'- did' it work?"  "Fine!      I'm  sorrier now1    for ,his  death,than,she is.'.'���Houston -Post. ������-  M'nard's Liniment "Co./ -Limited..  Sorni^ time ago I had a bad attack  of Quinsy which laid me up for two  weeks and  cost a1'lot of money.  Finding 'the lump again 'orming in  my throat, I bathed freelvwith MINAED'S LINIMENT, -and saturating a  cloth with 'the liniment left it on all  night.  . Next morning the swelMng was gone  and I attributed the^ warding off of an  attack of Quinsy to the free use of  MINAED'S  LINIMENT.     '  "   ' ,      G. F., WORDEN.  St. John. '  welding copper to steel wire so as to  ,make a nonc'orrosive, coating. Many  advantages, if'is said., will result from  ,the use of this new wire, such as high  tensile strength and' elasticity, combined with smaller surface 'exposed to  wind and sleet than would be the case  with iron wire of the same conductivity. ' ,    ':'  GOWN   GOSSIP.  -The princess .with the seam down the  center front and  back-and'the Japanese sleeve cut In one with it is one1 of,  the roost novel of fashion's new models. ������ t   . ''    ' '   '   .  The'nll over braided Jackets are very  fashionable, and a few long coats are  seen.   In both instances the preference)  -Isr'"giv'en   to  the ^military   cut,   which  somehow, seems most'appropriate.   "-**'  Tbe return'of Ihe'overskirt Is Inevitable.    Fasbfon designers, have" foreseen  this,   and  some' of- the   latest' models  show the Ojverskirt In  all  Its pristine  glory, sham 'skhr/and all.1 As yet there  Is'little 'tendency1 toward' draping .It"  but even thai' is 'merely.a question/of  'time;     -v���. '  '''"��� ",    , ,���   }.*,J,rl  -   "While,fur is moro In,demand  than  for many"(seasons,  it. cannot  be" said  that as a trimming, it, lias so far created  the furoreVprediqted 'for it.'   As  ,to the entire garmeiit"of fur, its reign  is   supreme.     Even ..whole \sults--are  made of it,   hu'ti.for .this  broadtail  is  about the only fur allowable, the others  being barred on  account of their  weight���New York 'Post       - '" ,    4 '  '      ,Ho,w   It Works  Once theie was a btiugglipg younjr  author who was blest with many  fnendri,' all of whom told h;m_ that  he warf the coining great writer,of the  country.  So' one day a bright tliougLt struck  him.    He said:  , "I v ill publish 'my book and all  my 'riends, who admire it so much,  will buy my book nnd I will be rich."  So He printed his. book.  And ritl of hit, friends waited for  htm to send them autographed copies  ot his book.! ' , \  Anrl *5P hif*' books were sold nn junk.  'And  ever after, he d'dn't" have, any  friends.-p-Success Magaz;ne.  Hol'loway's Corn Cure 'is",a specific  foi tlie removal of coma and warts.  We have never heard of itd failing to  remove even the worst kind.     ,   ���'  Canada has 1,000 postoffice banks  with 212,000 *deposiiois-and 62 millions on deposit. '     t  '       ,' r 1     _^ ������  "  ENQLI8H'8PAVIN LINIMENT remo76��  Al hard, soft or calloused* lumps and  blemishes from horses, blood ,. spavin,  curbs. Bplints.q ringbone, sweoney, stirlee,  gpraina, Bore and swollen throat, coughs,'  etc. Save $50 by use of one, bottle.' Warranted tbe most wonderful Blemish Onrr  e,��er known. .   ,        ' �� ",  j.,:    .'The 'Criminal Season.*^       -  - Taking , ah crimes,, more 'arcr'com-  mitted in.''the', autumn than during any  other of the 'four seasons of the year,. ���  More important  Th'e professor in charge of a Piince-  ,ton eia,-*3 ioun. mid'been annoyed by  tho tardy entrance of a, student. He  pointedly cea.-eu tnlkingi until the  man took his ^eat.    , ��� ,' ���  A/ter leetuie ihe student apologized. '  "Professor," said he, "my watch was  fifteen minuf.es out of the way. It's  bothered me a good deal lately, but  a'tor this.I shall5 put.no more1 faith  in   it."    , . ,,    ������    '  ''it's not faith you want in it," replied  tlie  pibfessor.   "It's, works."���'  Ilarper'b Weekly. , ,���  A Cure,for Rheumatism.���-The intrusion of uric1 acid into the blood vessels  k a fiuitful cause.of rheumatic pains.  This'irregularity is owing to a dcrang-'r  ed   and   unhealthy   condition   of 'the  liver.   .-Anyone subject to this painful  affection' will find  a remedy in Par--,  mode's Vegetable Pillb.  Their action -  upon the kidneys is' pr.onounced and %  most .beneficial,    and    by    restoring  healthy  action,  they correct impurities'in the blood.'     .-        ',   ,       * '.<  'II  M  .WOMAN'S   REALM.  The recent single'tax conference held  In New York city, adopted resolutions  'declaring for 'woman suffrage.  i ���-a   . ,  The national,, grange passed a woman suffrage resolution at its recent annual meeting In Hartford, ,Conn. Resolutions' In 'favor of <woman 'suffrage  'Gave also  been' adopted  by the state  "granges of California, Delaware, ,11-  lino.Is,1 'Kentucky, Maine,- Maryland,  Minnesota, Michigan, New York, New  , Jersey, .< Oregon.",, Ohio, Pennsylvania  and Washington, i '.-"     -''   .  ���'��� The^Mpthodists of Detroit have .done  an unexainpled thing in electing Mrs.  Jane^Bancrof t Robinson, to head the  lay .delegates tfrom' that city"'to the  general conference of the''Methodist  Episcopal church," which will be held  in,Baltimore ��� next May.    Mrs. Robln-  *son originated the Methodist deaconess movement in America and is president of the National 'Women's ,Home  Missionary society. s '  FLOWER   AND   TREE.  The" negro republic of Liberia has  twenty-two species of rubber trees.  In Arran, where the maidenhair fern  grows plentifully, some of the- Inhabitants use it as a substitute for tea.  Heliotrope can he grown in the house  all winter if Uie' pots have perfect  drainage-and the plants are kept iu a  rather cool temperature. ' Too much  moisture will cause the leaves to turn  black. They should be given just  enough water to,keep them from drying out -    '  Nicotiana, or tobacco plant, Is a favorite winter bloomer, as it is one of  the few plants tliat do well without  sunlight One of the best varieties ls  Decurrens, which is more dwarf In  habit than tlie a fii n Is nnd does not require constant pinching back to keep  It from getting too ungainly for, the  window.  MISSIONARY WORK.  Ten years ago the Baptists of Texas  had, 0C missionaries where now they  have 33ft at work.  The old McAuley Water, street mission in New York has started on its  thirty.-sixth year of work.  -The "Woman's Society of Georgia  Missions ofs the"1 Christian church has  established ten churches -in ten years  In the mountains of the state.  Forty-five of the ninety-six churches  in the Episcopal diocese of Michigan  have made no contribution in the past  year to the foreign and domestic mission funds of the church.  According to Bishop Cranston,- it  costs 20 per cent to administer the  mission fund of the Methodist church,  nearly ?200,0OO of each million going  for advertising and Incidentals' before  any goes to tbe mission fields.  ,'     ,       The  Lenfle**  Acncia.' -*     .-   '  .There are'forests of leafless' trees In  some parts of Australia. -They" respire,  so to say, through'a;little stem,'apparently answering the 'purpose of a leaf.'  Tho trees are known as "the leafless  -acacias."     ;*   ',.,"'    i  To   Get ,'Fat.       ,-..-*    '   ���  Some individuals are constitutionally ,thin, but it, is^ an' exceptional' case  i that' will  not respond to proper "get  . fat" treatment, which "consists in 'aiod-  , erate exercise, good things'to" eat and  'plenty of refreshing sleep.'   Raw eggs  are fattening..   Drink plenty' of water.'.  Blue  pencil   the   fretting habit ������' Get  out of doors every day ^and sleep at  ,'least eight or nine hours every night.  Homemade Tea  Dainties.        *  \ -r  Artistic  looking" little cakes can-, ba  baked at home with,only "slightly mora .'  trouble than the big Iced cake.^which,  'however' delicious it may he, never had ' *  the same air at a tea! as smal^cakes.,^ ������  Bake'an ordinary cup cake in,oblong,  pans, making the batter rather ^thicker  ���than'for layer cakes.    . r -, ' s  When   cold   cut  into   squares,   diamonds, rings, stars or any' fancy shapa .  and ���Ice  thickly. ,wlth  a "good -whlta,,  icing".     '       ,      ,',-���'.'/. .?. '  The  top of each  cake  should  have   i-  stnek Into it while the Icing Is still soft?  ,  a���candied cherry, a bit of citron or-an  ,  English walnut.        ,. T     \    ;> ^  To   niake  the   cakes' still ,more 'afr *  j   tractive part'of the Icing may be color-  ' 'ed  pink,, blue or  green,   with a   few*3  drops of^harrnless coloring.-and eboco, 'A  late can be used on others. ',        .<- ti  HEALTHY  HAIR.  SCIENCE. SIFTINGS.  THE   WRITERS.  Sea Birds.  The cries of sen -'birds, especially sea  gulls, are very valuable to snilors iu  misty weather. The birds'cluster ou  the cliffs and coast, and .their cries  warn boatmen tin! they are near the  land.  Olives of Valencia.  With  rega.'d to the age of olive orchards   In   Valencia  there   are   many  with authentic histories of 100 to 200  .,      Old  Roman Cooks.  Seneca says that Romans had cook- /years and a few which were probably  Ing schools and a teacher of mastlca- | bearing fruit wheu Columbus discover-  Sardou, the French dramatist, never  achieved success until after his marriage.  Professor AnitchkolT, tho celebrated  litterateur of Russia, has been sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment in a foi-tross for carrying ou a  propaganda against the government  Thomas Hardy, the novelist has accepted the presidency of the Society  of Dorset Meu in I.oudou In succession  to Sir ...Frederick" Treves, who has re:  signed after holding the office since  the fbrmatip'n of the, society.' '  Alleyne Ireland, the well 'known author, has left New Vork for the West  Indies, where he will remain until  March to secure material for a book'  Most of his .visit will she sjpent in Barbados, and British lOulana. where hi  haa tnauy I riends.     s; .,  While cannon Gring for breaking up  hail clouds has proved a failure, SIgnor  Moggiora, an Italian, believes it would  disperse fog.  Nobody knows who discovered Mars.  Ho has been known as a planet for  thousands of years. The same may be  said of Venus. The diurnal relation of  Venus w-as discovered by Casslnl in  ICG".   Neptune w-as discovered In 1S40.  The abnormal orbits have led some  astronomers to believe that comets  come from beyond the solar system.  Late researches have convinced M."  Fayet, the French astronomer, otherwise, and he concludes that all recorded comets are us much a part of the  sun's family as are the planets.  ������tan.  1 ed America.  a C  Watch  Chewing Tobacco  The big black plug.  Pointed Paragraphs.  About the surest and quickest way  to unpopularity is to squelch people.  A man  does  not wear his diamond  collar button on the1 back of his neck.  . If you  want criticism  of your own  ���work, tell your friends It Is the w6rk  of some one else.  , A man never discovers what a remarkable memory he has until he is  trying his hardest to forget.  You become tired of pulling your  boat up stream, but If you lay down  your oars to rest for an hour you\will  drift backward farther than you can  recover in a day.���Atchison Globe.  Foolish  Man!  Mrs; Hoyle��� How did your husband  come to smoke himself to death?  Mrs. Doyle-rHe did It all one Saturday. He had accepted an Invitation to  spend Sunday at a place where they  didn't allow smoking.���Judge.  .   Included? II  Minnick���The new preacher says (lie  Intends to prohibit all church lottery  games.  SInuIck���Indeed! Aud church weddings are so nice too.���Browning's.  Scalp   Massage* the  Secret',of, Keepings  ,       the Hair, Healthy. ���',  Scalp massage-Is' the"secret' of .keeping the scalp and the Jialr healt'hyl   It  is, done,.easily' and' Is'not a-greatcta.x.  either on time or patience."The hair producing scalp is loosely attached to the.,  underlying skull, as any one can prove?  ���with the fingers.    When the scalp becomes  adherent   to  the   bones   underneath' and- will .not move easily,, then  the bah\,will fall out and the healthiness ,0-f the hair follicles will become  Impaired.    Therefore one should have  two ends in view���that of keeping the  scalp perfectly loose and flexible upon  Its   supportiug  framework,   the   skull,  and   that   of  preventing   the   flow   ot  blood to the roots so that the hair follicles will   be 'nourished properly  and  the oily glands secrete their, substance  to fceep the hair from growing dry and  brittle.    In order to do this only three  movements  of  both 'hands  In  concert  are   necessary.     Before   dressing   the  hair and when taking it down at night  loosen it by giving the ends of It two  or, three  light strokes;  place the tips  of  the  fingers  of  both   nandsv at  the  junction of the hair and forehead and  then work them with the circular motion gently, but firmly, toward an im  aginary center at the top of the head.  At each turn of,the Angers iet them  work lightly on the surface and then  deeply.-  The first motion is addressed,  to  the  hair  follicles  themselves,   the  next to moving the scalp on the head  so as to make it soft, yielding and flexible.    The  second  movement is  made  by placing the tops of the fingers so  that the forefinger of each  hand will  meet where the last massage left off.  This   will   bring  the   Angers   of   each  hand over nn ear at the juncture of tbe  hair with the skin.    In the same manner as before they should  work over  the hair roots with light and deep massage until the fingers meet at the center.  For the third movement of scalp  massage the fingers of each hand are  placed so as to meet at the back of the  neck where the hair begins, and by describing the same motion as before  they work themselves upward to the  center.  In this manner the entire scalp in  less than five minutes receives a thorough stimulation The hair responds  at once and will be found to be full  of life and electricity when before It  was lifeless aud dull.  It also will make the whole head feel  light and better. This manner of car-,  ing for the hair cannot be too-highly  recommended. It is easily and quick  ly done and . will keep the scalp  healthy and prevent the hair from  falling. ';!'   '   ' -  ' '.' '-.'��� ;   i: ''  Australian   Gold.  Although most of the Australian gold  is how obtained from depths of hundreds and thousands of feet, it is still  possible.to acquire a respectable nugget by pick and shovel close to the surface. The other day some workmen  were making a drain near tlie city hall  of Bondi'g'o when tlie pick of one of  them rebounded alter having struck  something hard. "That must be' a nugget," remarked a jocular bystander.  "I'll look," said the workman, and the  next'moment'he had a lump of quartz  thickly studded with gold ib .his,hands.������.  Theu the earth that hud bi-'en thrown  out in the making of the draiu was  "cleaned up," as the miners'say; and  smaller gold specimens wore .secured.  Aud now, if the law permits, a shaft is  to be sunk in the back yard of a hotel  close hv , ,    ' '  Do.You Suffer ^  from HEADACHE �� '  LOSS OF SLEEP   '  INDIGESTION    ,      .  TORPID LIVER  ���BILIOUSNESS  ���will quickly remove the cause of  these distressing complaints" and  restore healthy action to every  organ. You will feel like a new  person after taking-a few doses of  Beecham's PUIk. They rid the  system of impurities, improve the  digestion, banish headache and  Give Positive Relief  in ill cases of Biliousness, Consti-  Eation, Indigestion and Disordered  Iver.  The excellent results obtained  by the use of Beecham's Pills have  proved them worthy of the confidence they enjoy. They have  helped thousands and recommend  themselves.  Sold Evar>wbero.   la bores S3 cents.  fA .  tt|  or  Business  Buildings  only cli-nnly. lhe only, fire-proo!  cc3ina.���theccilbglhat uyi'jhe k'l word  in decorative bciutv,���the o-.i!in7 tHnl eh-JWt  no ��Mmi���ihat will outU.il the buMne iu<="  ��� .PEDLAR;  ART STEEL CEILINGS  cown Cost   no   tn-re   than  irv i  commonsort,bullooktnric*  aifine.    Over 2.000dfMen��.to ���uit anyttote  or   ttructtire.     Side-walli _ io   match.      See  cur newest    J*tlgns��� Dothins ,_Itltc  them  in  Canada, either ia beauty ot variety.  Requeii the free book that ��how* the whole  ceiling story.   Send for it to-day. 210  The PEDLAR People  OshawA   '    j  '       W'ntreal  Toronto I Loridnu  iFREE  Send  ns your  nn.i.M and .uldruilft  for IS I'iecei. of  Tcrelrr to wll atl0o��nt����ich. when ��old Bond n�� tho  ffil.ao nndwowllUond you thn�� TWO SOU!) 0OU>  illlp.lHrKQS. n-otrn"t��.ni��tthth��J��w��lrr��nd��'III����nd  a 11!lelmi-ire*paid. 8oud uayourjuta.*��ad��diir*i��now.  STAR  MFG. CO., PROVIDENCE. R. U U. S. A.  W.     N.     U.  No.    676.  'K*T'  . *;i5:i*i;'., .,  viigfe&l  m THE T/EADKK. MOVIE,'BKITISH COLUMBIA
THE MOYIE LEADER.
P iblislit-d in ih^ uuereat of the people
of .Vloyi* and East Kootenny.
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R J. SMYTH. Publisher.
bate» or^OBscBirrioH.
Oii» Ye*r.,
..12.00
SATURDAY,   FEB. 22,   1908.
When    tlis
printer rid^.
Pfhost    walks   the
j.. ■»*
;<,if-
Nothing—Soniething babiea cr>
far and oieh fuss about.  ,
This ia the season of the year
that Moyie -cut9 some foe, (
'     Unlikw5 • w*n,   tfce a^y "looks
jnoat gkepFfttl when it is blue...
Lowery says that "L«n.t ia one
pf Pat Burns' greatest knockera." <
Pn account,of .their bjojgui hair
�� western Jrishnian. caljs S<redea
A'^yhitecap?."
! KcglM-ted Cold* ThrMldB X.tf«.
j    [Krom the Chicago Tribune]
" 'Don't trifle with  a old,'  is
j good advice for prudent' nmn   and
■vomen,.  Ic mi»y  be vital  in the
case of a child,    Proper Food, good
ventilation, and dry, warm clothing   are   the   proper   safeguards
igainst cold9.   If they are  maintained   through   the changeable
weather of autumn,   winter  and
.spring, the  chances of a  surprise
from ordinary colds will be slight.
But the ordinary   light cold will
become severe if neglected, and
a well established ripe  cold is to
the   germs   of, diphtheria    what
honey is to the bee.   The greatest
menace to child life at this season
of the year is the neglected cold."
Whether it,is a .child or adult, the
cold slight or severe, the very be«t
treatment that can be adopted L*
to giveOharaberlam's Cough.'IJeiii-
edy.   It'is   safe   and  sure.   The
great   population   bud   immenee
sale of this preparation  has  been
attained by its  remarkable ^ires
of this ailment.    A cold never results   in   pnenmonia  when  it is
given. ..For sale by Moyie Prug
& Stationery Co.        .      '    '  '
Free of
Charge
i o. o. F.
(Til Jay  Ijudfe No. «*•
Meet* Tuesday evenings in il>Gr<*enr
hall on   Victoria  street     Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
II. J. Loves F.J.Smyth,
Noble Grand. Heor'y.
We will deliver the following to your room or house
from Jan. 10, 1908, free—
Spokesman, Chronicle,
Manitoba Free,Press,
Toronto Sstt. Nigtit,,,
Vancouver Province, \
Victoria Colonist,  and
t ' i
All Magazines.
MOYIE   DRUG    AND
5TATI0HEPY, STORE.
K.  Of P,
t
Meets evsry Thursday
evening    in    McGregor
hall at 8 c'clock.   Vit-
iting brothers invited.
W. J. FatTm-M,*"'-*"-1    S. A. Hill
K. R. and S'
CANADIAN BA
)F COMMERCE
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; Atchison Globe;   The first thing
' a wotR&q does after a man caller
JUaves is to ^ook at herself rQ. jthe
glass., '<
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Bozenjan Republican-Courier:
Jt is the custom of ,the news-jpa-
per man to buom his honje city
£pr »U he is worth, month after
Bionfch and then see $50 wprth of
printing go out of town because
10 cents cat? be saved on the jrur.
(chase price ,, °
~o.
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r" A mine equaj tg the I^er.cui.ea in
,the Coeur d'4-lenes will some day
, be opened up in the .JJJoyje camp".
, This mine may be the Society
"j .Girl, it may be tlie Half J-Ioon, it
maybe the .Cambrian' or it may
' be the Aurora, hut it will be ' one
" of them.   Then Moyie will become
a second Butte.       ' '
What Do tfhey Cure?
•Th* ftbove question is often asked cor>
eeralng Dr. Pierce's* two loodiug oittdi-
clnea, "Golden Modlcal Dlscovary" and
".Favorite Proscription.-" i        o
The Slower ls ,ihat «Q.oJdeii MaJJcal
Discovery " U a mcit potest ajtaraUy.c or
fiiood-pivlllcr; and toulc or Inylgora.tor
and acts <wr>ecUlly fayorably In a curative way upon all tbe'mucous lining sur-;
laoea, as or, the nasal .passages, throat,
bronchia}' tubas,v. stomach, bowels >, aud,,
bl»ddc fr*cring a large nerceat-af .eAtar-
rhirl coioi vrhether <he disease affects t&e
nasal pn^a^s, the.t&soat, larynx, bronchia, stomachNfas cafafrfcil "dyspepsia),
bowels i (a« - maVtwaJwiraiujteaA bladder,
0t«rus or pther pElrlc orffSTrrsr* Evt"'1
thf ffhfPfl'C >■• ■il^.-.tHf. gf«f»»c nt f.
Arrpjyrm<i it u   '
St.   Joseph's   Convent.
nft/»n successful. In affect-
It!?-'j.      ,    .
17/.*, •>.■.',** ">- ~.
u- Af. l
1.'
'.Hi
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f. In Cranbrook the pfc-her day. a
lumber^'act cauie in from one of
the catnp"», having quit work.
Me had a time check, which wa3
payable April 1st, for.the amount
ql $33.90. 3?dii?g anxious to leave
town he proceeded to have the
piece pf paper turned into .cash.
To  his amazement the most he
x 1
couii get was $28.00, a discount;
.of $5 00. As the inan was wording fpf $29.00 a njouth and board,
it willl i;e seen that it .cost him
alinostaix days fyard laboj?. The
men employed in the lumber
.camp? of - Bast Kootenay may
h^ve a graft, but in view of the
.above we fail to see it.
nelson, b. c. '
' i%
hoarding and Day School co-nduct-
e.i fry «ae Sisters df St. Joseph, Nelson',
Bs iC. .Commercial and .business
courses « jsnecialty. "Excellence and
awitt j\rogce«8 characteaize, each *de-
parlmeot,, jPareots should write for
particular*.' ^?jje1 month assures the]
public of the ;t*ho>coughne88 of the
Sisters' methods of teaching/ Terms
commence Jaauary, Ajpril wid Sept
Pupils are aduiittedduHaz.twiP."
Moyie   Miners'   Union
No. 7J.W. P. of M.
... *,
Meets in McGregor ball every "Saturday  evening. — Sojourning" members
are cordially invited to attend.
John Taylor *   ,      Thos. g,f -Kelly,
-      President,     ,'"«?•       -, Secretary
"LET US'STAND  TOGETHER.
You lo buy our trousers and' other
garments, aud we "make n good" our
assertion thai lor atlye,^ fit, quality
and. price '       '", /
7_     YOU CAN'T DUPLICATE
~"       , OUR   GARMENTS.
It's a broad assertion but'' provable
Our beat' citizens wear our clothes,
They are walking proofs of all we assert, Our "trousers sale" is a "special."   Don't'misB it. .      "      _.
Clearnng^  r -repairing aLnd
'pressing done,     ,,'      *      '-
»kadVo«fic«.to»omto
S. E. VALEBK, Prtoidwit
ALEX. IAIRO, GvuxalKaaMft'
A. H. IRKLAKD, SnperiBteiideat of
'Blanche*
£STABU8U£1> 1S0V
I
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,008
Rest, - , - - 5,OOO.00C
Total Assets, - , 113,000,000
Q. A, RENEAU,
xv x.       1 il
r c * '      ,        ,      ,    *
Firrtr Class Work
,-'■'.-    ' > ' ■'    '
HOTEL- - KOOTENAY
>♦*-
Work pf q. T. P;
i-> j-
Jt is tjnofllciany announced
that Foley, Welch & Stewart
have seaured the contract for the
aection of the Qrand Trunk Pacific
from Fi-jnce Rupert to Kitselas
canyon, for a sum of between six
and seven rntllioo dollars, a rate
of about $70,000 per mile. Work
will be started iu April and June
will sea j?radfn{r qperatioa proceeding along the entire section.
Jng tonic and nervine   For we^fc worn
out, over-worked women—no matter what
has caused   tho ^reajc-dowji,' "Favorite
Prescription y will'Ua fo'iiaa.ciOftt^fTectivo ,
Id1 building  up'the,: strength,'-regulating
Um  womanly  functions, subdulnz  ]ialn
mid 'bringing about a healthy, vigorous
condition of tho whole system.
" 4 book pt vajr.ticivlara wraps each .bottle
giving tho formulae of both medicine* and
quoting  what-, scores  of  eminent  m«l-,
ica.1 authors, .whoso w,orks aro consulted
by physiclaiu/if all thoschoolsof practice
as euidos' iu prescribing, fcay o/.ea«h In-,
^rcdien-t  entering fnto those medicines.
■ The Vord$ of pralso bestowed on1 .tho
|everal inprodlents entering Into Doctor,,
Pierce's modicutcs by such .writers should ,
fcavo more weight than any', amount ,of
lion -^professional .testimonials,   because
Bach "men are writing ,for tlio guidance'of
their medical brethren'and know whereof
they speak.' '      > >-   *    e
' Both medicines tre non-alcoholic, non-
secret, and contain no harmful .^abit-
formingdrugs, beini; composed ol'e^yjceric
extract? ol ,ilio roots "of native, American
♦oedlcinal format plants. They aro both
sold by dealers In medicine. You can't
afford to accept aa a substitute'ior one of
these medicines of known '.composition,
any secret nostrum.
Dr. Pierce's Prllejp, 6019.11. sugar-coated,
easy to tako as candy', rpgiitate and' Invigorate stomach, hver and bowels.
FORT STEELE LAND  TilSTRjr.CT,  DJSTTRICT
Ob' EAST iCOOTES^y. -
TA.KE NOTfCE that Porto Itico Lumber Co.
Ltd., of Nelson. B. C. occurinlion] Lamhar^nei.,
iuteiida to apply for a kpecipl timber^ 3u2ejj,te
over the following described lands:
Commencing at n. post planted about 2 m{les
westof the mouth of Little Larpb Creek oJf tte
west boundary ot Ixit. 5.152': thence uorth £0
chaiaR; theace west 80 chains; thenco i-outh
£0 chauiv Lheuco east 80 chaini to point of
commencement, containing640 acres, moxe or
lem.' '     < ,
, PORTO RICO LUMBER CO. LTD.,
E\ O.J. Handler, Agent.
Dated Dec.Jth, 1007.
'   CANCELLATION* OF REoERVE.   '
.' ., * 6 . ...
Notice Is hereby given that; the reserve 'over
certain lands In South-East Kootenay, notice of
which appeared in the British Columbia Gazette of the 14th August, 1890, and bore date of
August 12, 1S90 is hereby , cancelled. The
above mentioned Lauds will bo open for Location under '. Iho 0Laud Act f ou March SO,
1008. - 0 t *   ' ' "     r
jRO.BT. A- EEXWICK,     .        " .
-    Deputy Commissioner of Lauds and Works.
Ijinds and Works Departrac'nt,
Victoria, 1$. C, becemlser lGth, 1907.
FOEX   STEELE LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
OF EAST KOOTEXAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Porto Rico Lumber' Co,
Ltd., of Ncliou, 3. c. occupation Ltfintiermen
Intends to apply for a snecial tember licence
over the following described lands:
Couinicudrr£at apostpiuntcd about 1 mile
Korth-Westot the mouth of Rabbit Foot Creek
on the west line of Lot. 5.4iJ2; thence west ISO
chains; thence so^th 40 chains; thence cast 160
chains; thence north \o chains to point of com-
menccin«*nt, containing GtO acres moro or lebs.
I'ORTORtCO LUMBER CO. LTD.,
By 0 J. Hjtndcly, Agent.
Dated Dec. 10th, 3907.
'  CltAXUKOOK   I.ANB    DISTRICT.
1 KOOTE.VAY DISTRICT. >'•', ..
Take notice tbat Edward Mallafrdaina o!
Cra'nbrook jn tlie Province"of British Columbia, Timber .Ranger, intend! to aivply for a
s)iecial timber licence over the following described lands:-,; * „
(    Commencing  at    a, post planted at'the
-   1 Southeast corner of Lot 3003, thence t east
-80 chains, thence south 40 chains,   thence
^       .irest 80 chains, thence north 40 .chains to
.  point of icoinmcnceinent .and ^coutaining
.   _  . 320 acres, mo,re or lets.
Gth December 1907.' ,-        •
<• ' ,     o    v, MALJANDAINE.'
FORT STEELE LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
OF EAST KOOTENAY,.
TAKE NOTICE that J'oriw RJco J.limber ,Col
Zitd., of Nelson, B.C.! occupation Lumbermen
intends to apply for a speolal timber licence
oj er tbe follo-v. ing 'described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 1 mile
north-west of the mouth of Rabbit Foot Cr.eck
on the west hue of Lot.'5.4G2; thence .Vest 160
chains; thence north 40chaiur; thencejaast 1G0
chains; thence south 40 (chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres moro .or
leas'. ' .
Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd,.,
By O. J.IIauley fgeut. s
Dated Dec. 12th, 1S07.
Resolutions.
„„^>tk' ,
H^;:pA*.
■jyh^reae, Alaught^ God in his
in/jini};e wisdom has called iron?
our midst our beloyed Brother
Edward LaBonte,
Resolve^, That we, tlie members of Moyie Miners' Uniop, extend to the sorrowing family the
sincere sympathy in this the hour
pf their bereavement,    ^.ud
Resolved, That our charter be
draped in mourning for a perjod
of 30 days as g, mark of esteem
towards our departed brother.
And fjurfcher
Besolved, That copies of these
resolutions be sent to the family
of tbe deceased, and copies be
pent to the Moyie Leader and
Minern* Magazine for publication.
(Signed:)     !■  . '
hugh g. Mcdonald,
■ jonir A. b. Mcdonald,
■T-B. KELLY.
j^rie, Fob. 32ud, 1908. ...■'••
FORT STEELE LAND   DISTRICT. DISTRICT
OFEASTKOOrFNAY,
TAKE NOTICE that I'orto Rico Lumber Co.
Ltd., of Nclkon, B. C. occupation Lumbermen
intends to apply for a special timbsr licence
over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about \i milo
West of Lamb crook on tho North Hue of Lot.
5.4G2; thence west 100 chains; thenco uorth SO
chains; thence east CO cbams; thenco gglith 40
chains; theuce cfcst40 ctudus;' thence uouth 40
chains to point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
PORTO RICO LUMBER CO. LTD ,
By O. J. Handler Agent.
Dated Dec. 11th, 1907.
FORT STEELE LAND DISTRICT. DISTRICT
,OF EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NQTIPE that Porto-Rico Lumber Co-
Ltd., of Nelson, B. C. occupation Lumbermen
intend" to apply for a, special timber licence
o\er the following described   lauds4
Commencing at a pos,t planted   about   1 mile
north -ucst of nip,uth Of Little Lamb Creek ou
the north  line of lot. 5.4G2; theuce  norlh 160
chains: thence en-U 40 chains, thence sonth 160
chains; thence west 40chains to v>oint of  commencement, contatng 640 'acres moro-or less
PORTQ RICO LUMBER  CO,  fcT£„
ByO. J.'llAudlov Agent,
Dated Dec. 9th, 1907. , '    '
FORT STEELE LAND DISTJUCT p^STRICT
OF EAST  KOOTENAY.
TAKE i-t'lTIOE th/tt Pprto RicqLumbrr Co,
Ltd., pf Nelson, B. C ocoupauon Lumbermen
intends to apply for a special limb*r flccqce
over tbo following doicril^cil landB.
Commencing at a post planted about 1 miles
north weatpf the mouth of Hear Spriugi Crock
on the West line pf Lot, 6,462; thence west 60
chains; thenco touth 80 chains; thence cant 100
cnalns: thenee north 10 cbnlns: tbence wi*Rt 40
chains; theuce north 40 chains to iiolut of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less,
PORl'O Rid) LUMBER CO.LTD.,
By O. J. Handley, Agent.
Dated "Jecfitb,   1907.
FORT STEELE UND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
QFEAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that rorto R'co Lumbar Co.
Lid., of Nolsou. B. C, occupation Lumbermen,
intouds to apply for a spicial timber licence
over the followiug described i.andsj '•■',.
Commencing at a post plantvd about one-
hall mile north-went ol tho mouth of Martin
Creek on tha wust line of Lot. 5,462; thence
west 140 chains; thenee south60chains: thenco
east 40chains; thence north 20 chains; thence
astMohatns; thonce north 20 chains; thence
«ast 20 chains; theuce north 20cboina to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres mors
orlcss.
PORTO RtCO LUMBER CO.  LTD.,
By O. J. Utndley, A^ent.
Dated Dee, Ilth, 1907.     ■  '< ■'
FORT STEELE LAND DISTRICT. DISTRICT
OF EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Porto Ricfl Lumber Co.
Ltd., ol Nalson. B. C. ^occupation Lumbermen
intends to apply for a special timber licence
over the following described lands:
Cmmcncfng at a post planied 8bojut } mile
wrst of the m.outh of Little Lamb Creek on tho
east liuu of Lot. 0,462; thenco t*nit40 chains,
thence south 80 chains; thence east 40 chains;
thonce south 40chains; thence nest 80 chains;
thence north 120 10 point of commencement
.containing U0 arrcs moro or leas.
I'OHTO RICO LUMBER CO. LTD.,
By O.J. Handley   Agent.
Dated Dec. 10th,   1907.
Harvey,   ^McCarter &
Macdonald.
* Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.;
Crahbr.tfbk,   r ■-1   B/.C.
■1 , . 1 , '
W:^&Tj'&T>^'7r-'JS
■    ,SBAKBISTBK, SOtJCITOR, BTO.'
CRANBROOK,
>r\ u .> i.^
B.'C
-       0. H. DlfNBAB
■ y     * ~ r '*■<   • ' • "        • " '. ~
Barrister., Solicitor, Notarv Public,-Etc
:    Cranbrook, 38.0> ^ *
■ JU'SUI V  i»l
',*    ll'
DR. F. B. MIUES,
u      f S- ** *
Cranbrook,       .,; «B, <p.
Greorge Hv Tfeompspn;
v     ,. ■    Babristkbt'Sohcixor ''
'- "   -",''li„ '^ 4---i-^ .--<fi\ ' "ni: f ',
)tary Puclic-; -60.-^7 frt". 1
J<
CRANBRO9K,
Bamsii Columbia
W.t», BEATTY,;       0f
.      -   '    'v      ~{j7i,'.- .' ■
v   Embaltner ajnd JJnderUker, ,,
Phone 9.1 '    CRANBROOK
I
Central ki
Dtp ah Nirnupps.
Large   sample   room . in
connection
with house for commercial men; Best
.of accommodations. "   »
Headquarters  for   Conv-
'mercial and iJixmig.Men.   '
QlIEENS  AVENGE, MOYIE,  B.,0
BUY YQJJR
FROM
A B, Sigwart  & Co.
LINOLEUM
CARPETS
When furnishing your
horne or hotel don't forget we can furnish you
promptly and Gomplete.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN
PROMPT ATTENTION
Standard Fumitore
tompawy
NELSON, -   - '.•,-'   BvOi
■'  agen:t3 ' \ "-.
Mason & Rinch Piano Go.
Ostermoor Mattress.
Olobe-Wernick Office Furniture^
EDUCATIONAL.^
C.A.F00TE
MOYIE,
B. O
,STOP AT. THE,.
COSMOPOLITAN
,.WHEN-JN.
•4>-    ' r>-~   ,^1
CRANBROOK
7-x,
Good rooms', good* tables und'J b»r,"'
;-««
andTGrst class sainpla rooiii. 4/ v
^ffl>>ifewel!;
f ExpresjJianji' (?ener-
'7' al' *'* '•■Delivery f' Biisi^.;
? iiess.   , Livery, "f and ^;
WOm:"t-iND^ COAL
1'?       *   r fc~~     11, ' 1   y-?i?   'ri    1'   1
^"■i-"* *6r;fSaie-"H;'^ r
f ,<. ■* v>  Leave yrAerB at,-w>   - -
• ■.   .     '-\.GiryDnc'a Stores .< ••>'..
moyie:
VBriiish  Piplu'ra'o
SjENP YOJJR WORK. TO kTHI
I j-     \"   ~ l     .        •, c  /'iji' •*-.S'l"*
' ;'STEABI=:',"-'':'^i \
LAUNDRY.
KELSON"
All WJiit^ Labor^
Leave work with the, local  agent,
A, B. STEWART,
■ imu.-w
O  F. DE3AULNIER
.     . -dj:aipr, IK"
HOD, Mil I FEED
PROMPT. DELIVERY., y ,  '
aueeps' A.v»/^   MOYIE
m "f.
:G^,N:^0i^i*
Mr. S, Moore, B. A,,-will give instruction in Bookkeeping, Languages and Science, in fa6 evening.
Mrs. Moore gives lessons on the
organ and piano, and theory of
music.. s Apply at residence.
see
FRESH
Creamery
P. BURNS & CO
MOYIE, B. C.
BATLWAT OOlirANT
, The National
Highway
Through.   Sleeping     and   Dining
ors and High 1 ass Tourist
.Sleepers on all Through
Trains
Tlxe Best of Meals .and Attention
Try
Banff Sanitarium
This Winter
SULPHUR SPRINGS ANP   UNEXCELLED   ACCOMMODATION
Branches throu^lioat Canada, and In the, United' States t»< E*^
A GENERAL BANKIICG BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMERCIAL AMD FAfTMCRS' PAPCR DISCOUNTCM
rtp— p* '        »o, ^
SAVINGS BAte DEPARTMENT
Deposits' ot $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed Ki
current rates.    The depositoriir-«ub|ect ta »o dclaj.wlwtev.r tl ,
the withdrawal of the whole or.aiiy portibn of the deposit.
CRANBROOK BRANCH..   ' ' „    ;; .F-.C.MAIPAS. MBB
Cosmopolitan Hotel
,;       .""-'.•','   HARRY DIMOCK,    Proprietor.-,  , ' •
'i tJi&J-' r ^ '1 ;
Nearest Hotel to the St. Eugene raifle.
\^HiBadquarters*-;'for^:HinerB.
,     . /"*S "it..-      ■ « , . J.-, -I k     '
BAlt SUPPLIED ^vyiTH BBSTBkAnDS OP LIQUOB'B AND OIOARi
1        ' ' «L   '.       '^.- *«.^. "    * -t     '''-'     '■«
'   lr, ,
;.'  '.*
Bates $1.00 ar day and up.
ti
ll V J\ ■*    1f     ",'   -fi   ">°i
WEMKE
^ i    ' /•        r j- t  lr fr,'   .. l ,e  .. 1
^ f."   ,J     \l   1,
j -I
t *
FURNITURE >
■ t 1 '       li    '    ,1   r,*
1'ni    '"     "       .   ".>'! ' ■ " i  *"f
.•j,>M: ,1 r'H^ :• At;tJjp c c^s.-stores,;j; -,{ \: :
'    <»^1    •;   ,   \   i(,   ,/) ,       , t'., ~   .   1,   ',      v  ,*'.'    .. j.      . >».'V S    ;.'(•!   t"'i     y, V
^>^);,-,;W v; -;v CBANBROOK^;;^-^^t^V-V
'      '    -    i   1       r**    *.",-•     -t ,lh      iT'J   1      Mi. ^J~ 1-.-**        1^ ?   . ~J r~*     .   .r       *f   l
j+ «    1     v i", ,   (,<. l    ^ i   .   j      r      >,- _.   '* ,.- ?■ u^ , %        r.        Trv- •■( ^  £'.., T>        '
Jri-   i i*.   ,       '   Vi- rr ill ^t*V ^        ' (^-v^    *   j t ^ _f^, r ^ ,j ^ (
-"./'/'",'/'"'. ^'.'ff-you .hiQLv^'a^bedr.obm' lb V,,?
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')r m ,h/' '"'•? fix'upr,'^ (clijiiing-room. pvh< lr':
(. ' . <t^   ' ■   ' • 1.       • ! -    ,. -      i-,"'    v   ,-'   ,'\ 0 -'' ' ,."v.   >       '     *    '
>'.'•: i".°, 'i'-- ^'barloi^to furnish'- it will, pay.- >* '•/ *',?
- " .       .'•'«'• *■  you' to'ge.t..' pr^cps ;Aromf. this.',--- ^ - -
1   .".     ' '    j1   '*    l    j *     V _ s-"     "       o  '    * '       *- •-   -   '■"'       -1' "   f~  Z  '       *"       1"A
-. -wr,     .'.* ^''--•.C'^compaiiy./-,.Freight "prepaid."»".tr, ;
'.".'.. '   ..    ,on all or.ders^-,'- >:'.t^'*"''■'. ■,.,""rt;-" '
..!?«, ■>..,*... .'.,  i>     s --.. „?   -     ;   *  - ,:,-»^ j <.... ^i i       f-
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»«)€«€»»•! j
MOYIE    HOTEL.
, * >.
, ?V ^. J0BJVS2OJV
1
s
j
Thuj Hctal is New and well Furnished Th© J
Tables are Supplied with the Best the j
Mar&et affords. The Bar is Filled with «
the iiest Brands or Liquors and Cigars,
HEADQUAPTERS FOR COMMERCIAL,
.        AND MINING MEK .-r-
WOTIK
BKirisn Columbia •??m
iCCCCiriSgO e«€€ €CCgC€C€g«^»»»»<^<!<C»iM>»a'»»»a»^NMW***
Moyie
An m<»dfl by tho .prceept brewer is admittedly vtha
Best Beer in East Kooterjay. With the Best Malt and
he Purest Spring V/ater it ie unexcelled tor qunlity.
Iusist on having Moyie Beer,   ■
Bottled and Draft Beer,
0HA8, INPERWIES, 3%r,
1^
11" %fl
M0YJE,B. C
WmHrlWIM
Rigways,
.2W •
s*«
R^tee $2.50 per day nnd up
Tea men of London, England
and Vancouver, B. C.
Groatoot sale of lligh Grade Teas in  the world.   Annual j{  ^
aales oyer 114,000,000,
Correspondence    invited     and
cheerfully answered,   Oall on or
write
JOHNJKIOE,-,:'    E.J.C0YLE,
Dlst, Pass. A'lCt- Ass't Genl. Pass, Ae
JSSl»9fl, Vmjocbt*'-.
J;W.Fitch,
'111?
S?MP
fely
EXCLUSIVE AGENT.
M0.7JE, B. 0.

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