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The Moyie Leader Feb 27, 1909

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 YOUR   WATCH    will  h'-ceive careful   attention   if  left with us for repairs.  W. H. WILSON.  jrrcWELLEll CRANBROOK  ji^xjlj*^  r<)U \l Si\,A7.-  >\.  ><::  .VIOYIK, B. C,   F.EKIUJAKY   27, I!��iff  DRY GOODS  M  ARRIVED IOR  SPRING.      '  Oar shelves are again crammed Willi -spring-  ������goods, , ,      '    '.   ,  We Have "bbuglit twice, the quantity this year  than on any previous  occasion, and having'- "  cleaned up on our recent sale ve are now pre-  ��� pared' to show,the people of .Moyie 4 New Stock <  of Spring GoadJ.    Market prices on  most lines  '"' of dry goods have gone dcnyn; cut in price but  not in qualit3r,    Bring 'your "��� friend- and   seej"  the new'gpbds.    ';    ��� ,   ' "  I���rRr^ii **���* ^j^g. ir^��^==~vr*"i^��  '����(.-       ni.i        ie-L 7C-L>'ii  EYES and guarantee  a   fit  or n-'furH.'. your moru'v,  W. B,   WILSON,  ^3    OPTJciA.v'      <.JUXJj,if*0.c  ��2 A   ^ b.Ah  *   '.  -, j 1  S!  *  LOCAL ASSAYS  ��>     ' -      a��:     -,'. ' �� LUOftL  ASSAYS t U-*)  v ��..J.   -.  ._..,.    the  loRg|,,g  camp   of  the  p^r^^^^*^*******^^  j'Rlco lumber company on  L,mb L     ���* !%a  lw  ���_ , j Creek, iva��  killed .in-rtantiy 'this     * ?6te' Wj  Tbo Spokane-fiiiT this year  will m "*ning  r-hortly after ' going  to      ^      ' ** ~  There i<? an outbreak   of email*  ���     *   "���*"  ��   ''   w-   *"��  <-w��'i  .*pl���.   .       .  pox at Nanaima ���. (Rico 1-umber c^Dany on  Ltmbl^1^19^^" ht  tIii3  offi *  run from September, 20th  to the  23 Dh  Rev. Father Pay, the first' parish priest,of Vancouver, died suddenly last week.  ���, iron qua lit v.  Last Tuesday night at Ooleman  Jim B irrowd put' Johnson away  in the ninth round.  *s  ,Tli9( Prince" Rupert   board   of  trad* charges its ireaabers an   an  una! fee of ��10,       '        '       ;  work by Jops rolling on him. The  body is still at (he camp-awaiting  tha arrivil of iho coroner from  Cmnbrook. , IJEeLeod' was about  '83 years of ago, ' and had been  with the Porto Il-eo cnn>p*rty  about " two month'".. ' Little or  nothing is known of his relative'.  Given Good S,endofF.  f  Slgars, Tobacos,      Cprifectionery  "'i"\:, "    *_:l   -FRUIT, ETC.*    ''.'  '     ,',  ,    ;-:''  ^ARHELL BLOCK  ,-{'''>.       ," '.,"<        a' -   '  ' Several of tho atrcots'in Prince  Rupert are named after the mem*'  bera of tHe B.,0. govern meat..  It ia rumored that some one has  decamped with the funds of the  "Owls" at Pernio,.   *     .'       -     "  MOYIE-  well;  Srntl Ofll'ie  IlA.VltliOOK.  1 w Q  1 & ' "��� '"    J* rt i    4'   V i ' r   , i  Fire;*Life-' and'-Accid'erit Insurance.  Ridgeway's High Grade, Tea,;  ,    .WHA'T- HE; SAIli':~4<,'Molher never made, suoh''"'  >'' *~ ''     A,     ,    ,  .dVlicidus tca'-as tluB."'     ' " .,  WHAT SHE &U1D iV^otlier/nev'or used Kitlg-e-  <    t ^ ft     >        ,v\ , *- - , 11 *^' re  ' ���'   "''.. 1,- ,     \,    v' way's tea,'- That's why."    '.  '    ,ir ' V    .',',���'* , ��� '��� ^    . ' '*  li-? tea'Yn -1-2 and i7JH packages can.rbe.obtained only' al  -''.-'        i "       * *    ;.   i -,; <     -     s ',    -'-        '' ',        *���  .-COM'R AND.'SEE'US  '.Ex-Mayor and 'Slr.v TutUa rvb  leaving,Fdfnto. They Will go to  3pt>kanp, whore- thoy' will  rsblde  In futuro.    ... ,% '      -   ' ���  -.  . .- *��� '' ,        ,, ,  France imports 170 ton's of  butaan haii* every year, and the  greater,,, paH of it comes from  China.    ��'   *       <   '"   '  ' Jaffray promises to ba a, lively  camp' this ''summer.'    There. are'  three sawmills nearby, tho'Wrgest  being that.of the  B igb  Kootenay  Lumber,company. , - '.  Ia "the �� list- thirteen moath.��,  fifteen Oobivlb mining companies  "with a combined1 ciprlbal of ,$.33,-'  100,00j h'U'e .distributed In divi-^  .dend'd tho sum of $5,000,000.  There ia a general felling of; re-  gt-et ovwr the departure of Mr.  and   Airs. , Harry    Stepart .from  Moyie.    About   the .first of the  .week they ��� will 'leave ^for   their  farm near' Portland, where   they  will make'their, libme  in .future.  Mr. and"3Ir.*.',Sceuart have been  residents of'the town almost continually since the' St. Eugene mine  started operations, and  they, endeared themsL-lvea to I the people.  Mr.'Sceimrt' woike'd^os shifeboag  for a limp, but for the-past  two  yeiii^ Jbeld'the responsible ponition  of foreman   of  the-'eoticaatra-tor..  lie was a  general-favorite'with  tho'-mea t who  were;-nndei' '. htm  Tne <��ajrioyeefl of the mill present'-'  ed Mr. and, Sir?.' Steuart with 'a  Hllver service that cost over $100,  and" last Monday night a dunce  was givenln tholr.honor a-t' Morley'hall.     L*sV evening a large!Tuesday,  parly of frtetrds'gat^eTeTaTl.hsir. i" Moyie,  D.-in VM-j,DonHld was   dowii  to  Pertae this, week.  E-.ster Sunday   thi3  year   fa:J.i  on April 11 Ui. ,     .  M/s. .K-utum  returned   Sunday  from Trail.   ' '  rMr?.-\r. a  Oliver  is' away   colJL  Spokane for a few days. M  Barney Wilson came hcraae froia  t*>  ,the hospital Tuesday. '     ����� Jj-, '  '  Barney " Wil.oa,le/t   Thursday M>  for Letfibridgf>.'    ���     ���   . ���'    J^  James Grant was ih Cranbrook  J'esfcerdfly. '     * ���  . '  The _'.,Moyio    frkalinpr.- rink has  been closed for this reason. <��� 7  Attention is'called to the adv.  of Burns; Jiros. on another pnxe ���, ....  "Sowing done by Mr*i. Woods at''^  her reBidenfie'on' Que-ows,; .avenue;  . Afoving ' pictures tonight at  Morley hall, .arid'a dance'after  the show.    '' '   ; '.     , '    ', '    ���  'o, ' >   i  ; Prof.' Ferguson,' the(;, 'dancing  teacher, has a good <*iaS3 in Cran'  brook.     -        ���,    '"��� '"  FOE SALE-Letter press, al-  most 'new. , ^Apply . at''Leader  bflloe.,     ',       ,,.''',     l  P.', R ��� JalinsioB 'was at Yrt'hk,  Creston ancl'Kitchener during the  WG��*k. >r ,      -    '-  ^���'������^**4?���<^$���'���:-$ ^  Fhe Wall Paper  esson* is Fast  Approaohinq  ' i,  4s  fo '.  fo*<  jj   'IMji-d it i.s upon us. wc invito vou   tu  pome anddjispucit our seloctiun for V.iO\).  i;    Wc have a eonipleJb jkm/stock of.fifty  I paiernp.   l)*\u[y; prH(;, (U)d up ,(J {htR<<  j;   "Vou wilJ J5n<i M;naihiV^ wimble "for  "l.-jour I^l0!.  ,^J|in��� ^       liwii.b  j kitchen.  ' o  ���  ! ��� Soo our pnpow. \y0 tiilco a picture in  .���.Hhowingthem. V��ii -cap ��k��n dwidc- ii-  !^ more' qomprphfiiBiyo way\vJiL>t vuu  j( want for your different 'rooms;  J"' Wehavca'ftdf  kck'of  paints an<l  .���varnishes also on'hand.  lacEachern & Macdoriala'  ���*r'.4T\  ��^5P3^5F5t .^:2^��-;  .Annual.  Meetteg.   , V w^er do. M^n^;  '   "   '      ~ r      ' ,-      ,     '"['.,, '   ' " 1 ,    ,   x  ,  The _annu.il,  meeting   of, the'   ��� The r^'^'Hiimial meeting of  shareholders of  the  Moyie" Tele-   ths "V'J'^ Wc*ter"Cum(Mny,"vttH  Pete Basoyl .ratttrned  to  Field  uesday.5after,, spending a 'week  V-W^FITG  REQARD1NQ -PRICfiS  Michael .-A. Smith ,of rinchoi*  home" a ad gave thetit a ri'ght.royal  at-JicU It  Buys"Another ^Min.3, '  The Consolidated company has  c!-o*  ��� - '  -Y^lif *;/d-wn-"Si  '     .   rf,  .. ^   x  v .   ;���'   '_  , <-h .     .7y *o '*  r,_     ,  .Jusfc'ono 4S'oar ���!�� b.usinoas.      ,-, '  w V  ��� , l  What is Iho result?  \      '    '''"   ���   *-     ,   ���    '-  That over}' buyer o/'grocbrups 1ms heon paid a  I'-r^c dtvidondby tho reduction in .prices.-   .  Moyie Co-Oporativro Association, Ltd  hantllos only*tho beat'grado of .goods.  _. A fresh shipment 'of groceries,and''fruits   to  .arrive in svd.iy or two. '< ���   '  iXJNIQN-kisS. -       UNION GOO^S.  ^,  ft.'-1, , ,, aW t, ,   ������: '/uowusuiiuiirea  company  aas  Cmk jell off the ��j��t bound p*,.. jusctaken a two and'a half year  aenger tram about two miles -o*gt   Iial.i ���� M.���'r��'...-i xT.^t-���u -..,._.���  of Fernie a f��*w diys ago and was  kiHed-'initautly. ^The body .'was.  hniM-lhtv  m.iftU lei    v--    '      y .   r ,  . ���  liorilbly hiiitilated.  **'J-1 *i ^     ��� "    . *���     -   X  ; *J\ie ^reported jfchifc   a .hundred  million fjet of timber in a district  !o.*i3 by the ravngos of* .worms.  bond on tho'Q-teeri Victoria, mine  near Kpl-jop.   The., mine   is -well  equipped   .with V'macbinety., and  shipments, vwill    8oo��.-c\ie .com-! w,j,,fiLll  liTL "T  w " Ul">u  m'encedto'.The   smoltcr ^Trail; 2 Selo^'    U^��a^ AJy  The a'emi-annuftl election bf the  Moyio Miuero' union will be held  one week frdm'tdday, Mau;h' 8ch.  It. H. Stewart, superintendent  of ������ tho ,��� Consolidated . company,  came over from Rossland yester'  dtiy.   .        ...        T \    -  ���'I*,, if*   M^l-Jllia,   inspector<'of  Provincial,   ii^licer was  in .-town  phone & Eleetrte' Light eompany  will be held at the OentraJ Hotel  pampla room ,ou'.Mwch 19ch at  8 P- m''      '" - ' -     '     '..  , Lecture Karch 4th.  Theorel?;iow^rade7oVlieVcw7^lt0t^^ -'   ? '   . ���!  ltiga lotof limn roek, -whi&k ftd-H^^^'^Jas^arguaon.'fonaarlV^of  i     w    ��� ,' " : ."��� '-���  " JHi3t8 ift0 ,mi^��K "wIlKTRodBlAiftl  Mdyle;* bub " later' of   MIi-I-pI   u  In. Washington  that  was   swept  on s for the purple  of fluxing 'bar* *�� ),���!   ii f   flM<-liel- ����  over by  flr5 six year, ago,   his   the   latter.      A   feiv year, agSr^f^0/��r oId hjru&-la   *"tf*��l  beeh'practtoally. rendered - worth*   Ja011Ml C,ron{a  *ud ^, J'   Cav����"  'augh had a bond oh Lui�� property   . Pi ,.���,,   r ',''.,     . \     ,  but threw It up after doing tome   ' L,a ft,ld   Wlfe   intend ' two for 2o  wov]r, ��� returning from Pentiefcon aud.w ill  .���: ;  (again  , take   up   their    home in  Plared Two Games.   (il��y^  John    Tiylor,    who   has  been  Hev. pr. j. ir. White/D.'p.,  who has spent, about   six' years  travelling all over Britiah Columbia a^sup-arinteudetit   of.Metho-  dist Mis-jioas will be in   M'-yie on-  'ThuradaE,-" Mju-oh* *lth, and will  3how'aboufc.one hundred limelight;  views',, which   he_' gifchered''- hefe.  and,there in hU extensive travel".'  Ifc' will be~ an'ov'eniag'of  mucin  interest "ami   amusement  to all  those who love our   western  sun  held last Monday, aud   lilK)l.e   Wu,  ft good attend mco'��,f  tiia  ^.^  holders. ���     Tne . bu.i,iess   t,'f   Lu., "  company, was ia  �� very-saLisf^-  tory condition; and  8e\rei-��*l.dtvi-''  dendswere paiddnHug   tlie pt4.c  year."The ofHcers and  bovrd of'  directors'were re-elected wiehoi.r, ''  fisception.   The shareholdeisi'will   '  be , 'furnished -with    a fijH��i��ui '  statement^ within .the next fa*-  days. *      t   <  Prince.Rupert lot Sale;  ^'iB-'la uAderst6cia--tHafc:uthtt'!3klo l  pftots;in the  townsice'ofViViut-eV  li iperb will take plaei Hiimlc*i|.  eoiiaJyln Vietnx-i i'nnd   V.i���e.mvee  '*���   ^li"V  r**2,,  y.-  i'lsTftBI  M/p   ,}-v.ml  icy1*' Jl.'s-Wi  *' -J" ��� (-*��w  -��s! rt. t-.-4|  ���if  ���' -^J  ���!^/< TH  *��� *  '   '   (tLS "a  I.J.'  4 ,,V      J 5-M  u.*.   ' vf'i. 3Hs'*.i  MOVIE'S    LEA.Dl.Va   UOTEL.   ' '   I  enay  Tho Silver Klug mine at Nelson  ia onco more In operation and will  couthmo ao, Js the most Import*  twit- announcemont mado by  L'Uls P.MSr, o.i.3 of tha symi!-  VAtQ who has .the proporty  tiiKLar leiiic  , 'Krirnio In getting good. No  music U allowed in, tha saloon*,  uid tho lid is on tight' on S.m-  daye. AU stores are- nlosed on  Sunday with the exoopbiou of  drug storoswhlch will be al!ow.od  to<llppenso pi-ocerlptlous onJy.  The Mo>'le hockey team return*  ais.nager of the .\foyie Co-Opera  ed - liome^-Wediiesday ��� morning J *-ivo store for seveinl months past,  aftfil'     IlllLvtnrr       i-.Wn      rrnrsAr.      ^�� .���_��     IS      SflMI'lllll"    ]lia      nnnimnt'inn       n.-'ll.  .,   moee wno love our   western   sun  ) , " *'v , Ha   >H'ii*.mv��t  "set     province.      Admission     ^J0'1 Wttb;��=% I��9V,Mr,���,  adults' 25 ceuf,    children  13 or  s;queutda3"- ' O.vlag Co tlie t<����  11 two for 23. ' j of aceommodatiun in the n.irciM. ,*.    * ,     I term in a*, ifc was Jfclc Dd-tc it wou.<i  ^       , ..       ��� j involve no  little   d.��,Uu.ut,irc ft..-  una on the Husband, iche people to a,-.* t���dlo cu'-*Cte...i  'a sale, and onthd  o.hei*  ha.n.1,    *���  ir- v  ':Jl  After phiying two goods -rnmes  ftloa�� the Crow ea��b ,c-f here.  Aroaday night they played at  Karalo aud 'cam�� out with llyi'rg  colors, beating that team by a  score of 1-G to 5. The game drew  a full house, and there was plenty  excitement, from start to, finish.  The gimie at Colemnn Tuesday  night was considered hy- far the  A young mother had a habit  of  airing the  baby's  clothes at   the  is  severing* hia   connection   with  window.     Her   h��3b*vud did   not'  The best of accommodations,  .'  for the Twoling Public.  t I V ' t *��� ,  r.'irgo mul Commodlo'itu Siimplo RooiMa. .  ftfUiHi-tl Koom��.  MoTAViSH'tS* CAMEROM Proprietors.  , Fathor    MoCulIough   has  boon ,best gamo pinyod' there this   win-  ....'..... ...1    -      ..��..!.      - ..     \r .     r\. '*..... *'l'l    . ' ...  assigned a parish at Afouut Pleas  nut�� a seetlon of \'aaoouverl.*-RnJ  .is to erect a church there to bo  called Ss. J'atrlok'a church. He  says he hai fi/o yours of hard  work before him iu building up  the parish. u  Q-ot Heavy Fines:  tor. This game ended In a tie  0 to 0. Tho Moyie team was composed of Miller, Donohue, Kelly,  Shonuao, Clathier, Langille, Neil  and Dimock.  the firm tod.iy  Lessons in Piauoforfe and* singing. Terms reasonable. Apply  to Prof.. Box 5. Pofetoffice,  An-  were  dj.j'8 visiting "with  Mr.  and  IMrs  A. 0/ Cook  i.like it and believed that if, she  saw the practice as others saw  ib she would desist.    'He  directed  this, course had beuuadopcei  thousauds of inteuding pui-onrts-r*  unable to leava thuir diily av.jc.i-  ations would be p-evenoed fro.a  making purchases at flt-ao |Uli-t  and would probably h-ire t>  i���:  their afternoon walk one day  so n6? hlte"   ��U   a    VhUig   ,uw'kut'-  ���     ���    n . i as to bring  the  nursery   window I "n,y eerb-Ia P0"ioadof did cow,,-  i-rw.n..QimpbriI and children iafco fuH vievv> g - ' ttL,rupfcIv S1C�� ��"i�� be pUc��J on the m ���*k��c'  ere^own to Ryan for jovecal ho poiafced fco tha "b J , ** and separate subJivi,lUUs wiI1 btJ *  LTBvlelUM  with   Mr.  and   il���.  floppiug   UQCOiiaci.jnd    ^ a   ^allotted to   intending   buyer,   in  breeze, and asked sarcastically.      ' ^ 1CD��na an*d 7rtUCU" *er-  '���My dear,   what   is' that   dia  1 ' ?*>, I  . c -  . '. hi  Dr.  I-I ill, the dentist,   was   in  Cranbrook yesberdiy to meet   his P,nyed at our window?'*  family prior to their departure to!    ,,;rbat,'she replied,  'why   that  tho States, where they will r��eide ^ tlie fl*�� of olu" union." ,  for fiome time.  Sawmill   Manager.  ���'JiiJ,1. '.M'l  U.  uuf no  JUST   ARRIVED.  Idly stylos in Di'rbv phuorf, just tho kijul 'you  l\^>".\ \...,Y\\i�� for in Cyrord* ami Hals.    Also oui* now  puir mm pica of 120th iVnlui-y Clolhiug.    Call, nnd  lonvo  !'" mcjNiu'o for the hitosl stvlo for  spring nt  tho up   l��  I'^U I'l.i L**U j td*��-  Jlouso.  lis  TH 10    KUH.NIHIIKR  Imparial Bank of Canada.  f��p.tRl  Aiithori/.od .-".ifi.lOyOOP.OOO.  (^ni)lLHl Paid Up ��� S,00��,0flfl  llM,t _  fi.000.008  itit.VNtniK^ iv ni'.in-iii I'oi.iiMitiA,  <c'm\-ion.*, (lol,it>ii, ltnmlooiiA, Mtctiul, M'U.in. Hm.t'lntotco, Yii*loiitrt*r.i| Vmw��uvcr  Savings   Hauk Dopurtment.  I"M*restftllawod uu deposits nt current rate from date of  'b'UDsit.  CHANfUROOK BRANCH.  J, F, M   PINKHAM, Manaa^p.       1  �� ' \* V*l  *  Funr Italians got (liomselves  luto trouble this week for killing  R doer out of xenson. Last Tuesday they saw a door out on tlio  lako and shot it, dividing the  meat and tuklug jt ho��i> with  them. Thoy wore fUTostod and  the next dt\y thr^e of thorn wero  fined $'2o each nnd tlm fourth wn.i  fhiod $^0. All paid their (Inert  and were allowed to go.  "Christ's Challenge to the Sinner for Lent and Kreruity," will  be the subject  at  the  Methodist  T   A    ,  , church Sunday evening.    Servtcrs  J. A. .Johnson,   mauaecr of thn ��ni -, - .,, ��  Porto Rico Lumber company a?lat " \m' ft,ld ,:3J P" 'U' S'Ma'  this place, returned' Thursday Igers Wolcomo'  from Winnipeg, where ho spent  the winter with bis family. Ic is  expected there will be a big run  Rt the Moyie mill this season, r8  there are six- million feet of logs  to be out'. The planers n-ill probably be started within 10 days or  two weeks.  WAR SCRIPT���T have author-  ity to ' purehaae Smb'h Afcicn  War script and pay SHOu S(.k)3  cash for it. .Apply tu F. J. Siuvtu.  Oo-Operativo Store.  Dance afc Jaifray,  There was a big dance  Rt Jafl\  rny Tmsihiy night  in  tho dining  Proibyterian e'lurch." Service  on Sunday evening tit 7:.'30. Subject "Orucifhd to the Woild." A  duet will be rendered by Miss  Lois Gamble and jV>. Tho-). Sower-  butts. AU are cordially invited  to attend.  P. DeVere   Hunt of Cranbrook  wns in Moyie this  woek  hustling  insurance.   Mr. Hunt met two old I  schoolmates       here,       Constable  A  d  Following ia a Hat of the  newly   - ...... UUIUUU1 ^.ujumi v.     is  whp i*ii��-n�� nH-^.ivri *i i     , .  elected ctTlcers of  the   Moyl.  Co-  ��Ive.i  by Archie  Leitcb.    r., thl ?   bTinTl^ "  ��������Uofl A^nM.,11.,,, f..��� .i.- ~-    mnnecer of the mill,  nnd  lu, l*.*-   n"bIin ��reIaurl- several years ago  "l^e�� Wrto-ivJ-**.:-. i-itfr**stv�� ?*  Operative A^-iociatiou for t-ho en  Huing yput:  J. L. gibbons, prosidonf; John  Frnaer, vico president; John Taylor, secretary; Jamea Jtobert?,  treasurer.  Trustee*!���Sam   Potter, i(>oo. D.  Garden, Archie Coolc John A.  II      ,t is undmtood thftt the  ueVf.  MicdouaUl, Michael CKnipbel and   Prtl>rtnin>t nt. ���,,���  �����   ��  Marcus Martin. foreman at the  St   Eugene eon-  A����Hbor��-Jol,n A.  B.   iM,��don- r"    vT 1 ^T ^"^  ii  i, w     .     , . ' snnnk, head ossnyer at the Orfntm*  aid, MiirciH Martin, John FrnHor.  JMhn���   ',.  ���      .  *.      '        cancel  ii i    m     ,     i .        ,Mt.ar   at Iloas and.     Mr.  OiulpW.  Md    Hi'rsrland    whs    anpolntpd    .      ,  ���      , . , 'viick-  >f       l   '   xlnnk tiiwboi'ii a resident i>f H >��s  i".-'.!*..'l;<*x -o *,>it'i'.'od Jolui  lay nc.     , ,    , ,.     ,, t , ,  tvml tor tlio vo.st. VZ \-n\n>.  room at the mill of the Bwb Koo-   Kemps ton and P.   1\   Hopf*      All  W ^ASSTfiSSb. ��,^ I *�������-��". ������*����� to  mnrmgerof the mill, and ho left  nothing undone for to Rive the  people who attended �� good time.  From the out* We there wore  people from Wardner, JSIko, Galloway, Baynos' lake and Moyie.  The New Foreman. *  Had Narrow Escape.  The little daughter of Mr. and  Mrf. Itobt. Agnue had a miraculous escape from death last Mon-  day. She was playing ou tbe railroad track near the station when  a freight came along and struck  her a,ud knocked her off to one  side. The child was out quitp  badly hurt about tho lmad and  wiisotht'fwi**.'iiijiii..-i. bur -Kvv :.  mow got l in j* ,".!,'ns   vi'i j   MtH.  The Society Girl Mining  Company, Limited.  (xox PjjnsoxAr. L'.vair.iTv;  REGISTERD      crf.'C   M ^Y:E.  Organized under the laws of British Colunihi.t.  AUTHORIZED CAPITAL.  SI.OOO.OOO  Divided into l.OOC.OOO shares of the par valuo of <*-*��� no �������� h.  Fully paid and non n^:es-*able.    (J.OO.OO'J  shait-a ie-  main in tho treasui3*.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  j   p   FA^tt'^"��KNT '     G   T' Mc<3RFGOR V,ceP,-4i,D,NT  J. P. FARRELL, Skchetaky PHILIP  CONRAD  DBrOSITOJii"  I  TbeCana'iian Bank of Commerce, Zran^ock, B. C.  RALK OF STOCK  Thecomp*ny has placed on the umiket  f.w a limits  time  100,000 ��hnrrs of trea*ur��- etc**,  the same  to  lie  sold at twenty.fi-i-ri eents per  sharp.  Address applications for stock ta Secretary  '  Assay U-iturns Uo-n rt irface Wo��king��.  07-. ..III. -,  NO 1. CfV��|.'''ii ,r\  " -' r��lt..)llll'..'  "   1. 1'I|.)S|i'ikI��'4  '    J. lillli'llil  " \ (\)iiall.nn(o  J.ir'AMU K'. I  I  < .<   A-  -���v -*���- r*I .-���<. ~i _s '-, -v  a  I t  ^���>",?.'j!yj--*vw -���)'-a*'^.-Tfa.,n^ j^-uy^.y. ��,/t( r;:y*rpr^-?ff^r.*i^>ft9'xu'.  ^flmaa)W*j*^^  ���fil^SaQBBCTBTOl^^?^^ t ���-:<  Tip      . '  '.if    .  THE     LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  V'*J  v^   '   1  '  ,  ihlj'1!,       '.  ��� T.-i. ��: ��-..i ,-v*.   \  )!������ {[.-. v$j. A."  A '   . .&��-'. '-��� '  ��� -.; u j  v  iCr.  ���>.  .  -h-'Al\ ^A-lr' J  Z'. i* ?<?-,������/*,..  '?'���//-.-* rV;.1,\.tv.V  -VSj*>*. -vVV.-f'!*-.--  '��)**.    - - iK i\-������*��� i.     *���  *���.    < * R-'V i-|! *< * . .  �����.J -'V 'S^Vi'"   SV.Vf       "  r-i-   ti, --Wj <   J .(*  '  -J'-r << -'-->������' -f,--  ;>h'ljs- v^'-i-^  he Spoilers.  By   REJC   E.   BEACH.  Oupryrtjrht,   J9CC,   bj   It?*   E    BeacO.  ���.*3lr}-��V'  'HA" ^',-'Lv��4^,f  >,,;'-(���-... ..i*,��,< *,;Ki.t.  i."���*,*;.;-: vv-",r*T .. j*  fatStV 7  n�� >'5^-.'  ��� "    -'.fi    r  i .   * .,. iri/'flpj-.JtoiSn-J***"1 ������   ^   ���  ; t'"'.'4, '���'fib-* <K;��,   *���  fMAlffiti&A1.^, ,  i\mf4M7M-'-  .fi-Ai'ir rfi^.-jiw ��U* f'  ... ...I.  .... .... ....  - ^  *V*<".  (Centinued.)  ,The men disapi'i-iired Into tlie daftness, aud -vvhen tliey hurt pone Gio-ils-  ter closed the window, pnllert down tbe  shades and'lighted ix l.iui|i. ' Ho knov,-  hy hoiv narrow n   marg-iu  s  tragedy  had been averted.    If lie liurt fired on  these wen,"his shot would have kindled  'a  fend   which   would   hnve  co'nsiijned  every vestige of the court crowd 'and  himself among: tliem.    JJe would have  fallen under a false  banner,  Mid  his,  life  would   not   have  reached   to. the  neit sunset.     Perhaps   it wus  forfeit  i'pw.  He could not tell.  The vigilantes  w'ould probably lodV. upon 'his part as  traitorous,  and  at' lhe   very   least  he  lind cut himself off from their support,  the only support the nortbland offered  him.    Henceforth lie was a renegrade,  �� pariah, hated'f.Iike by both factions  Ua Durnomlv avoided sicht of Stillman  1   nnd turned  his buck,,when  the luOge  extended his hand with expressions of  jfratJtude.   His work u-is done, and ,he  wished to leave this house.   Helen J'ol-  ��� lowed lilui down to the door aud as he  opened It laid her linjul upon his sleeve.  '   "Words are feeble things, and I can  never make amends for all you've done  ,   for us." , r v'    ,  "Tor us!'? cried Hoy, with a break In  hid, voice.   "Do you-think I sacrificed'  my honor, betrayed my friends, killed-,  my  lust hope,  ostracised   myself,  for  *us?'   This,is the last time I'll trouble,'  you, pertiaps the last time I'll-see you.,  Xo matter'what else you've done, however, you've taught nie,a lesson, and I  thank you for Ir.   I have found.myself  at last ' I'm not au Eskimo any longer.  '*   I'm 'a man!"      .       ,  '   '; "You've always been that." she said.  "I'ilon't understand as much about this  affair as I want to; and, it seems to me  ' . that no one will explain it.    I'm very  Btupici; 1 guess.    Hut won't you' come1  back tomorrow and tell It to me?"  . "No," he said roughly-   ."You're not  of'my people. 'AIcNamura and'his are  no friends of mine, and I'm uo,friend  of   theirs."    Ue   was   half  down   the  . steps,before she said softly:  "Good' night,. and* God   bless  you���  friend."    ,  She returned, to the judge, who was  in a pitiable state, and for,a long time-  she labored to soothe him as though  hcwere.a  child.    She  undertook  to  question him> about tho'things which  ��� lay uppermost in her mind and 'which  this' night had  half  revealed,   but he  ' became   fretful' and   irritated   at   (he  ���mention of mines and mining.'   She sat  beside his  bod till' he dozed, off,  puz-'  z'ling to discover what lay behind (lie.  hints she had heard till her brain and  ,body  matched,, iu  absolute   weariness.  The reflex of the day's excitement sapped., her strength till she could b.ircly  ci-eep  to  her  own   couch,   where   she  rolled and sighed,  too  tired  to,sleep  at once.    She awoke finally, with ,oue  last  nervous   flicker,'  before ' complete  oblivion took her. , A sentence was'oil'  her mind���it almost seemed ras though  .she liaii spoken it 'aloud: <-  ',.*'The   handsomest    woman    in    the,,  north���but,Glenister ran away."'       *���"'  I and cunning- 'of its cousin. Its head  hung low and swung from side to side  J as it trotted, the motion flecking foam  j and slaver. The creature had scattered  1 the pack and now, switt, menacing,  I relentless, was /���.jmin? toward Flclen.  J Thee was co "iwlter near, no fence,  no house, s.ive the distant one toward  which the other woman was making  her way. The men, too far away to  protect her, shouted hoarse warnings.  lTi*leij  did   not  scream  or hesitate���  ehe lurneJ jud ran. terror stricken, toward   the  djst-'nt   cottage.     She , was  Wnd wiih ffi-zht And felt an utter certain! v th.it (he (!.< would attack her  before .she could  reach  safety.    Yes;  there was the quick p.-nter of his pads  close up behind her.    Her knees weakened.     The   sheltering  door   was  yet  some yards away.    Hut a horse lollier-  ed near the walk reared and snorted us  the flying pair drew near.    The mad  creature swerved, leaped at the horse's  legs and snapped l^i fury.  Badly frightened at this attack, the horse lunge.I at  his halter, broke it and galloped*awsiy,  but the  delay  had  served  for Helen,  weak aud faint, to reach the door.  She  wrenched at the knob.    It was locked.  As   she   turned   hopelessly' away, she  saw that the other woman was directly'behind'her and  was, in  her turn,  awaiting the 'mad animal's 'onslaught,  but  calmly,   a   tiny   revolver, In  lier  hand. ,      ' r'      i  "Shoot!"' screamed ric'cn. , "Why j  'don't you shoot?" .The,' little gun  spoke, the dog, spun .around, snarling  and'yelping. The woman" fired several  limes more before !���' lay still and then  remarked calmly as she "broke" the  weapon and ejected the shells:  '"The caliber Is ioo small to be good  for much." '  '    , "  Helen sank.down upon the steps.  ' "How well yon shoot!" she gasped.'  '��� nor" eyes  were ��� on 'the   gray   bundle  ,whe-se death agonies'had thrust It al-  /  ���ZWWy��  &��  'h  >S^|&'-.-  ce-'Vi'**.',-*  * t.S~$v<  * ' "*i'"l'v,tS  i^is^c,.!-,,  B3*s%��r?-:>.*-i. *' ���  i  ���$���$$ Wifer **  .-V.3,   -rl '-j*I^A -.  'if''.J   ij.f'.Jt.1',   'Sri'  ��\.'i  , '.J.i>t-'-��i,U jj  AT ��'*  -���"���* i  ������r-r  Ar.\i\  Vy'-A  ^  *;?-���-  '!>������������;���;  ft';-,\*..'..b.,'>*'  t.,...-.".,;JS.-..r,T...*.ll.' .:...���  %0yxi$0i-A  i ���y i  m  14'  ,   ^ CllAVTEll ,XY1. ",   .  JT was nearly noon of the next day  when Helen awoke to find Unit  McXamara had ridden In from the  creek and stopped for breakfast  , with the judge. He had asked for her,  but on hearing the tale of the night's  adventure would uot allow her to be  disturbed. Later he nnd the judge  had gone away together.  Although her judgment approved the  step she had' contemplated the night  before, .still the girl now felt a strange  reluctance to meet McNamara. it is  true that she knew no ill of him except  that implied in tlie accusations'of .certain embittored' men, and she -was  aware that every strong and aggressive  character makes enemies in direct proportion to the qualities which lend  him' greatness. , .Nevertheless she was  aware of an inner conflict that she had  not foreseen This man who so confidently believed that she would marry  him did not dominate her consciousness.  She.had ridden much of late, taking  long solitary gallops beside the shimmering sea thai she loved so well or  up the winding valleys'Into the foothills where echoed the roar of swift  waters or glinted the flash of shovel  blades. This morning her horse was  hime. so she determined to walk. In  her early rambles she had looked timidly askance at the rough men she met  till she discovered their genuine respect and courtesy. The most unkempt among (hem were often college  bred, although for 'that matter Uie  roughest ot the miners showed abundant consideration for a woman. So  bhe was glad to allow the men to talk  to her with the line freedom inspired  by - the now country "-aud its wld��.  spaces.-. Th,. wilderness breeds a chivalry nil its own.  Thus there .seemed (r. be no danger  abroad, though thej had (old the girl  of mad dogs whirh roamed Ihe c-ltv.  explaining lli.it the lu��( w en flier iiffecis  powerfullv the tln.-k coaled, shaggy  "nulamnoN " This is tho l.iud ut the  dog and, whe-eas In whiter his lot is  to l.ii.oi nnd shivor si nd starve. In summer he k*i;fs-. hghls. giows fnt and  runs, mad. wiih the heat.        . ,  .Helen, walk'eu   far   and.   returning,,  chose   an   unfamiliar -course'.through'''  ' '.the ' <*ut.sl-:ii-t.s'. of   the, (own   to   avoid  .meeting any of the women., she knew  ;,    because'of'that  vivid  .memory of  the  night  before. ���'   As slie  walked Vsivif'lly  along.she thought that she-heard faint  cries far.-.boliind' her.    looking up, she  noted   that   it ���. was   a   lonely,   barren  .   quarter'and   that   the  only ' figure   in  jj   sight    was   a    woman   (some   distance  ,!   away. ���   A   few   paces   farther  on   the  .shouts    recurred,    more    plainly    (hi.s  time, and a gun shot .sounded.    Glancing  back,  she. y.aw   several   men   running, one bearing a  smoking revolver,  and   heard   nearer   still   the   snarling''  hubbub  of  fighting  dogs,    in  a   flash  the* girl's curiosity  became horror,  for  ns she wafchciJ one of (he dogs'made  a  sudden dash  through  the now subdued group of animals and ran swiftly  iiloinr the planking on which she stood.  ..It  was  a  handsome specimen  of  the  Eskimo malamoot���(all. fljra.v and coat- |  sed like a wolf, wilb the speed, .strength  "SVluoU" screamed Helen.    "Why aon't  , ^.^ vou, shoott"  i . ���*   ,    ���   . <?  '     .    i i  mo4t to her feet , The men had run  up nnd were talking excitedly, but after a word 'with them.the woman turned  to Helen. - 1  i   '    ,  > "You must conic- iu for .a moment  and recover.your.seUV" she said and led  her inside.       '   ,' '. **  >* It'was a cozy room in which'Uhe girl  ���found herself���more than that, luxurious. There was n piano w'i'th scattered  music and many of the pretty, feminine things that Helen had not seen  since leaving home. The hostess had  stepped behind some curtains for an  instant and was talking to her from  the next room.  g  "That is the third mad dog i' havo  seen this month. Hydrophobia is becoming a habit in this neighborhood."  She returned, bearing a tiny silver tray  with decanter nnd glasses.       o  "You're ail unstrung, but this brandy  will help you���if you don't object to a  swallow of it. Then, come right in  here and^ lie down for' a moment and  you'll be all right." She spoke with  ���such genuine kindness and sympathy  that Helen flashed atgra(eful glance at  her. She was tall, slender, and with a  peculiar undulating suggestion in her  movements, as though she had been  bred to Uie clinging folds of silken garments. Helen watched the charm of  her smile, the friendly solicitude of-her  expression, and felt her heart -warm  toward this one kind woman in Nome.  "You're very good," she answered-  "but I'm all right now. 1 was badly  frightened. It was wonderful, your  saving mo." She followed the other's  graceful motion as she placed her bur-  don on the table, and in doing so gazed  squarely at a photograph of Roy Glenister.  "Ob!" Helen exclaimed , and thou  paused as it flashed over her who this  girl was. She looked at ber quickly.  Yes, probably men would consider tha  woman beautiful, with , that smile.  The revelation came with a shock, and  she arose, trying to mask her eon-  fusion.  "Thank you so much for your kindness. I'm quite myself now and I  must go."  ' Her change of face could not escape  (he quick perceptions of one schooled  by experience in tbe slights of her sex.  Times without number Cherry Malotto  had marked that subtle, scornful  change In other women, and reviled  herself for heeding It. But In some  way this girl's, manner hurt her worst  of all. She betrayed no sign, however,  | save a widening of the eyes and a certain fixity of smile as she answered:  ��� "I. wjsh you would stay until you ar��  rested. Miss"��� She paused with' outstretched hand.  "Chester. My name is Helen Chester.  I'm. Judge Stillman's niece," hurried  the other, in embarrassment.  Cherry Malotte withdrew her proffered hand and her face grew hard and  hateful. ''���'..'  "Oh- So yo*u are Miss Chester���and  I-ssaved you!"   She laughed harshly.  Helen strove for calmness. ."I'm sorry you feel that way," she* said coolly.  "I appreciate your service to me." She  moved toward (he door.  "Wait a moment. I want to talk to  you." Then, as Helen paid no heed,  the woman burst out bitterly: "Oh,  don't be afraid! I.know you are committing an unpardonable sin by talking to roe, but no one will see you, and  In .your code the crime lies In being  discovered. Therefore, you're quite  si/fe. That's what makes me an outcast���I was found out. I want you to  know, however, that, bad as I am, I'm  better than vou, for I'm loyal to these  , ' -that  "Ike me, and I dorct betray mj  friends."  "1 don't pretend to understand you,"  said Helen coldly.  "Oh. yes, you do!   Don't a��aiue such  innoeence.  Of course it's your role, bul  you can't play it with me."   She stepped in front of her visitor, placing her  back against the door, while her fac-e  was   bitter  and  mocking-  service I did you just now entitles me  to a privilege. 1 suppose, and I'in goin.^  to take advantage of it to tell you how  badly your mask (its.   Dreadfully rude  of me. isn't it?    You're in with a fine  lot  of crooks, and  I admire the way  you've done  your share  of  the dirty  work,    but    when   you   assume   these  scandalized,   supervirluous  airs   it  offends me."  ���'Let me out!",        ,  '"I've done bad  things," Cherry continued uuheedingly, "but I ,was forced  Into them usually, and 1 riever deliberately tried 'to .wreck a man's life just  for bis money." i  "What do you mean by saying that I  have betrayed my frieuds and wrecked  anybody's' life?" Helen demanded hot-  Iy'  "Bab!     I   had  you  sized   up��at the  start,1 but Roy couldn't see it. < Then  Struve told me what I hadn't guessed.  A bottle of wine^ a 'woman, and that  !fool will tell all he knows. 'It's a great  game McNamara's'playing, and hc did  ( well to get you in on it, for you're  clever, j-our nerve is good, and your  makeup is���great for the part. I ought  to know, for I've turned a few tricks  myself. You'll pardon this little burst  of feeling���professional 'jpique. I'm  jealous of your ability, that's all. However, now that you realize we're In-the  same 'class, don't. look down on me  hereafter.'' Sbo,opened the door and  bowed ber guest out' with elaborate  mockery.       . '        ,     ,. ,      ,  Helen   was' too  bewildered nncU-.hu-  miliated' to- make   much   out  of ,this  vicious  nmj jq'cohereut 'attack 'ex'cep.t,  tliVTnct-tnTTrciierry Malotte accused,  her of n jj'art In (his conspiracy which  every,- one. seemed  to' believe  existed.,  nere'again  was "that'hint of corrup- ���  tion   which'she 'encountered   on   all  sides.    This might be'merely a .woman's jealousy, and yet she said Struve  had. told  her all .about it���that nVbottle of wine and n  pretty  face, would  make  (he  lawyer disclose everything.  She  could   believe  it  from" what  she  know-i and   had* heard   of him.     The*  Reeling'that she* was groping'in   the'  dark, that she,was wrapped in a mys-(  terious woof of secrecy, came over her  again as it ��� had so often of, late.    If'  Struve   talked   to 'that other, woman,  why   wouldn't, he 'talk   to   her?1   She  (paused, ,-changing   her   direction    to  ward   Front street,'revolving  rapidly  Jn her mind as, sjie went her course" of  actiou.    Cherry   Malotte   believed   her  to-be an actress.,  Very well, she would  prove her judgment right.       ' . s  ' She found.Struve busy in his'private  oftico, but'he leaped to his feet oil her  entrancu  and _ came  forward,  offering  her' a chutr.        .- 'n *-'  , "Good morning, ^.Sliss 'Helen. ,Yoif  ihave a fine color, considering the.night  yon passed.\ The judge'told me'all  about the affair, and let me stateuth*it  you're the pluckiest girl l' know." "  She smiled grimly -at the'thought of  what'made her'cheeks glow and Ian '  guidly   loosened   the "buttons 'of   her-  jacket. '.������-" " ;  ' , '  - ' i i/ '  , '"I   suppose   you're   very , busy, ���yotr  lawyer man?" she,inquired.,  "Yes,' but not top" busy to attend to  anything you want."  "Oh,JI' didn't come on ' business."  she said lightly. "I was out walking  and''merely sauntered in."   ,  ���'"Well. I appreciate that all, the  more," he said in an altered tone,  twisting his,chair about. "I'm more  than delighted." She fudged shr> wa-  getting on well from the way his pro  fessionalisoi had dropped off.  "Yes, 'i get tired of talking to wade  and Mr. MeNamara. .They treat mc  as though I were a little girl.'.'  "When do you take the fatal step?"  "What step do you ,mean?" .  "Your marriage. When does it oc  cur? 'You needu't hesitate," he added  "McXsmara told me about it a month  ago."  JJe felt his throat gingerly at th ���  thought, but his eyes brightene'd when  she answered lightly:  "I think you are mistaken. Tie must'  have been loklnir."  (To1 be  Continued.)  GREAT MEN WHO HAVE ;  PROVED ZAM-BUK.  j  Scientist,     Analyst,     Masistj-at*,   and j  War Correspondent all Testify.        |  of  TRICK SHOOTING.  The   Way   Some   of  the   Stage   Feats  Are Accomplii.h<?d.  'When   u   chnin]iivn   nil.;   &!int   fired  blindfolded  at  a   wt'diiinp   rm?  <>i   ���*  held     between     In-*     ��*fe ���*  London  Graphic on  the G.T.P.    ,  A ilcseriplivc. article of more than  'parsing intoreit, and which should  j prove (''finc-tnnable value, appears in  <,the London Oniphic of December VJ,  '1&0-3. Under tin; ciiplioti. "Giidling  [the Kurth with an .'ill-Red Routa,1  alieut   facts   and   featuiC3  ���y THIS Fo^  Mis  some  01  Men and  women gieat in point ".   pel]m.     ,,(.,.,,.     lH;L��L-^ii     ...-      ������-���>     ,  ,     ������.,!,.��������� ,,t 1}l. ��-���,,,���,i <r,���,-i.   n  knowledge,  position and    experience. | {,,um*b pnd  finCcr  or mmUwI   back  to I **��e building ot the Ui and Trunk Pastry that Zam-Biik jtaiuds superior to   her shootSi bv, moan" of <i m'noi. nt  ���The liltl** i ���*'* other iioaling substances. Read the   sm app]e uv0'n jier ]K.a(! or on a fork  j opinions of   the    following    eminent   he](] m ,ler tcot*lf tn0 danger oi using  'men:���' _..    .     a bullet is obvious.    N.me, of course,  is needed.    The explosion is enough.'  Mr. C. E. Saiiioid, of Wc>ton. King's  cured  me  of  piles  pleasure  in   i.'commending it  to  my  fellow-men."  Mr.  Frank  Sendamoie,  (lie  famous  war  correspondent,    who    has    gone  through    twenty-nine    battles,   ^ and  whose dispatches during the Boer War  were   so   eageily   read  from   coast .to  coast in Canada,    says:���"Owing    to  tlie poisonous dye from an undergarment   penetrating   a    slight    scratch,  my legs broke out in ulcers.    At one  time 1 had seventeen deep holes in my  left, h;g,  into  each  of  which  I  could  put my thumb,", and bad  fourteen similar' ulcers on 'my right leg. Remedy  after remedy failed to heal those, 'and  .1 .was well, nigh  worn'out  with pain  and lack,of sleep/   Zam-Buk was introduced, and 1 am glad io suy that  if gave me speedy relief. A few weeks'  treatment resulted   in  a perfect ��� cure  of all  the ulcers,"   ' ,  i   Dr. Andrew Wilson,whose reputalion  as a scientist is world-wide, in a book  recently published ��� ("Homely    Talks  oh First-Aid") says:���"Znm-I'uk may  be rel'ed.,upon as an,antiseptic dressing which  requires     no  preparation,  and has tits  particular advantage of  possessing unique healing properties."  Mr.  W. Lascelles-Scott, the famous  analyst t,o the Royal Commission for  Victoria,' says;���"'1 have no hesitation  in certifying the entire purity of,Zam-  Buk.   It is of gieat rhcaling power for  open wounds or injuries."  *   So' one could go on quoting authority after authority, all of tlie opinion,  based  on  personal* tests,    that    Zam-  Buk should be in "every home. ?  Zam-  Buk is  a sure cure  for culs,\'burns,  scratches,, cold-sores,  chapped hands,  ulcers,  scalp sores,- ringworm,  blood-  poisoning,'and eczema.   *,lt   is ' also'  used extensively for piles, for which  it is without equal.   a"11 druggists and  stores sell at 50c, a*box, 3 for $1.25; or  post .free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for  price.._   Yon   are   warned   against  harmful irhita'tions.      '' j       "i  so, that it Hies to bits uheri tnc* gun  is'fired, is "how it is done."  * Genciully the moie dangerous a  feat' appears lhe more carefully i*i  nil danger uunided against,. In ' the  "William Id!" act the thread is often  tied lo tlie assistant's foot. When,  again, ihe ash is shot off 'a cig.ir1  which tlie ."SMstaut is tmi'iklne a  piece of v.ife is pushed by his longue  through a Hollow pnss-ige in tho cigar,  cific Railway aie depicted with pt*ii  '<md camera. Touching on tlie impoi-  ! tannti of the All-Canadian Trniiscon-  tineninl as a connecting land link 'in  the all-re/l Scheme, the vvu'tcr proceeds to .show the important pait tire  new road is taking in J lie opening up  and development of a new and immense aiva oi country rich in natural  i e.sourees.  What would probably be of even  more interest to the reuuen* of'The  Gi'.-ijih'u: across, the seas, are the excellent views which .accompany the  'illicit*, which show tho ilrst larid-  seekniis' excursion train, a glimpse of  the town of River's and of Nbkomis,  and several interesting scenes in and  around i'rinoe Rupeit. , The views of  1'iinco Rupert and'harbor are pnrti-  culuily (foyd, showing the western ter-  miii'i'.s of the Grand Tru,nk Pacific to  two   Oil)-,.  " halt ounce , ���  ���.'������impound p-n,  'trmglit Whi-l .���  "���''In,* in J,,,.,. ,,j  tour lioui, pi,  Hi'1 healing, hi'  the  fin, 3<  ;il||.  JjviM.ty.four li<.,���  tmil i-j cm,.',!,  inula pm |,|(i |j,-,  gist   usf-s th  I'ine  ctmip,,,,,,,'  8U.s.rniiU*1;J  ill  icui ��.0-.-vS; ,!"i;  -i. ih.'T.'^fe.  *-,"u"'��   \'5rr>  'i'tl'i-'t.  *r.ij  ���''!',   Out  '���"*cfii  Portland's  C'.r.ir ���,,. i ���    T"  thus thriKsiiiig-off the ash at the mo- I (Jf. most'charmingly situated  m)(h al-  ment pt filing.  A favorite but simple trick is the  shooting 'from wroo di=tnnce at an  orange held in_u lady's hand. Greijt  applause is. invarmbty forflieomi/ij;  when the. bullet drops out on'her eut^  ting open tlie fi mt. His inserted by  liand enrlier' in  tlie  evening.  Another   ponuhir   trick   is   that   ni  leady making a preU*nliouB show  of' becoming the ��� jrifportarit centre  which it i.s destined  to  be.  The article which The Graphic produces will no doubt bring a clofirer  re'iliziitiou to many distant' readers of  the immense stri<les'in railway building Unit is t'lking place in Canada today and of the unlimited poq.sibjlilies  sntifling out  lighted  candles, ��� dialf a ��� of   ciiph.-rl   and  labor    in    producing:  dozen aie placml in front of n screen, javeallh in this great country .'of ours.  in  which   a a   timr.y   Miiall   h<iles   t\t  bored, one nc.iinst each candle wi>k  At the moment of'firing a eonfederilo  behind  the screen  sltniply blows out  each candle with a p:iir of bellows. ��  In morit instances where a,Will  or  "Being jn a hurry to get home from  the theatre a few days ago,, I walked  to* the corner of King' Street," Mr.  Geo'rge .Alexander says. "An old cabman with his hansom was the'first on  tlie rankvbut I shookjny head'at hiiri  and called'a taxicab.  ��� "As I approaclied it the hansom  cabby r said :--'So, M^r. G. ��A., you've  no use',for''osses now, but you'll Jave<  to 'ave"'one to take you'on, the day'  you're buried,' I,went home in that  hansom after all."���-Era Annual.  '������':' , Repeat  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure will' always  cure   my   coughs. and   colds."  others object  has to  be broken'-on  a j     Fii.st Girl���Pdon'l,I,eh>ve in'early  living per.sori'.s  head  blank car.lri',?"'* ; marriage-.,   I don't intend to lx: maris  used, nnd' tho  effect;produced   hy j ried -until   1 'am over thirtv.,,        ?  other  means. ''A  special .wig  wiih   al'   Keflonti Girlr-And I don't" iiitehd to  sriring conceal   in  it -worked' by,   a; bo over thirty until'!, (im married.'  wire  under  tho   clothes   ii generally i    . ,>      .   �� - . - /  used,   tlfc   confederate    manipulatin'c* J     ,    WHAV iq   upRBAf.r, IM  the, spring simultaneously   with   the U '      ���HfliT   ls   HERBAGEUM*     '  firing of the  ride.    As the ball/is 'of ���. ./teruftjecum <��� {Registered) is .'u vital-  extremelyJiiin  glass;   a   mere   touch   'J.f'fc' vegvlabh* ,tonic and  blood'pur-  suflices to^s'natter it. ,  ��    f '  i"** h'co fro,m all drug^ ,/Tho secret'  oJn,, thc>?e  exhibitions  some   of ���lho   ?l 'ts P''^^ superiority,'"nnd, cheap  rifle' f'expe^ts" invite gentlemen fro       " ���'��������'-..���. -���  the    audience    t'o    testify   that'  weapon  is indeed'loaded.    T,he ,ca _      _.  .   _    _ , (    ridge, shown Looks' very well, but it vitalizes, also.usunlly ndds'Jftbout''one-  is a shell of thin wax blackened t.o fifth to'the value of the foods-used.'  resernble a leaden, bullet. ' It svould For tweuly-three yeara prize-winning  .not hurt a fly. ,   *     ,. '       'fumiers, stock,1 pig and pou-Hry br.eed-  ���~ v���'��� '���-, '      I     |ers. all over -Canada,    have^in^our  1     Tenants  as ' Money-Lenders! ���'      'Herbageum  Booklet-report*!'   testified  At  trie  time i^of   hi^  marriage1.four   0*ri.f. Iferbageum  when  regularly.fed,  years ago' to ,a "penniless  beauty,'Mr. "which" it pays to do, is" llhe'; bMtsanel  Robert Goelet, the only,brother of the, cheapest0 tonic aud'blood''purifier1 on  Duchess of Roxburghe, who' has pur- sale.   -That it excels    for,   fitting'-- up  In   f'fiitJaiui the.,  vented  Hie ,-ig.ii   '  who    ivanf-;    i��  )  .Sunday jM,|- w.,i;  and  onicin, a  getrt'.two tl'iicl,  his favorite  \, ������  riiai/njiriiim,ii,jy  i-^N'.-w Yoik Tn  IMV."  ��� i -i 7 ��� \ ,'1'-"  ^ ^s^-,,  ' , r'i��w be  > ��<* til- Lr,  mini*"  w-- h  ���Jl!  .-A bottle of |',i.',,}  ���uvo feyrup, ,t��!.eii ,  tions,'will mil-din   ,  "^"rJl."8 lo Otw  tm,.i'V nn,"..-sVi'.,.;;;;^^1^  by   hundred  are pl'-ii����fl> u>  ;!"' '>"'.irtr;n  b. ,ir !,.{���  il  'n.-r^^.lM^iiUVWiM  It.  splendid nied>Vnlt  only 25ci*m.i t.> j^V, "*�����. 'rlTll^\  mariys^ho   UrJ I .,'���  ^t  its usti., ' ',l(4 ��;|  AB'tr, rould yu.i j-'v,. Ulfl  srs/tmee''"    haul ij,,.  "I .don't Know v,i��i,  'I " WO* 6.1  w,:ir'  H��>1*uiff  ' ,!1''' '"-'Jt ��>t'i  is coming from." "N'..rL>h...r \h ]��^\  plied  vidn  loo.,'  I'hii'idelplui*. Ki'chpI.        ��� I  vidnnl: ��� '"My W.k 1  ��� tbo '"��� 'ls Power, supenonty/ and, clieap-  [r0in iiess -over-'all Cattle ongSlock Food?,  sthe and Condition Powders -i*,' that'';n  ,cait- 'aiding .digt'sti,' n< and 'a^imilation  it  residence is .situate by, .Meru ^Ois<;��� ihg aninmls, f6r more and b'itler milk'  and is Wvn as Siinrjcpurt the codi- and t butter, and for filling', the W  pactnold feudal' domain of, the de basket. Jt relieves iWvflrt, 'fctrengtli-  Beauvoir  family, .. The  price   paid   to   0!1H    wo���k    ],,������    :     ,^ Ktiintod  the mortgagees was $300,000.   For near-' scurvy^H yJv.J^ll. {&. ^8;^  ' It Testifies for .Itself.���Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric, Oil'needs no testimonial'of  -its powers other than itself. 'Whoever  tries it for, coughs 'or colds, for cuts or,,  contusions',, for sprains or burns," for  pains in the limbs'or body, well know  that .the medicine proves" itself 'and  needs, no guarantee. This shows why  this Oil is.in-1 general use.- ���'; - <���  , _    <��� '   i- _; t,^       ^  "A Turkisn Dat^h is such an'' excellent- thing," remarked Miss Tartnn;  "that'-I .have often' wishqd .these  Turks who sell-candies'al expositions  would take one occasionally."-rChi-  cago Tribune.  ,  s  Blowing   In the  Yule.  Blowing in tlie yule from the"grim  old tower that had stood lor 800 yeari,  against the-blasts ol'the Nonh Se,j  was one of the customs of tlie olu  town that abide, however it fares with  the Nisse; that I know. At sun-up  while yet the people were at breakfast, the town band climbjd the mam  steep ladders to the top of the tower  and up there, in fair weather or foul  ���and sometimes it blew great guns  Erom the wintry sea���they played four  old hymns, one to each corner of the  compass, so that no one was forgotten. They always b��gan with Luther's  sturdy challenge, *'.\ Mighty Fortress-  Is Our God," while down below w,  listened devoutly.  There was something both weird  and beautiful about (hose far-awav  strains in the early morning light o'f  the northern winter, something that  was not of earth and that suggested  to my child's imagination the angels'  songs on far Judean lulls. I have  never heard music since that so moved me. When the last strain died  nway, c.-irne (he,big bells -with then  deep voices that sang far out over  field and heath, and our vule was  fairly underway.��� J. A. Riis in Century Ma.?asine.' ',  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  A BLESSING TQ CHILDREN  A medicine that will keep babies  and young children plump and good  natured, with'a clear eye and rosy  skin', is a blessing not only to the little one-? but* to mothers as well.  Baby's Own Tablets is just such a  medicine. They cure all the minor  ailments of children and make them  eat well, sleep well and play well.  Thousands of mothers use the Tablets  and praise them. Mrs. Lorenzo Rose,  Lake Talon, Que., says:���"I cannot  say too'much for Baby's Own Tablets.  I have proved their value in colic,  constipation 'and other, childhood  troubles.'; Sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  themselves portions of "the .land. The- 3^[l 'J.nt 0!y'he" }mP��'>Uw ;tbat.  consequence-was that; through the F'1"^ itulrgeslioir -m hide-bound  non'-repayul*,* the tenants'became the 'l10I'afs.. colts, eo**vs. and calves.,'; FW  holders of large tracts, and it is "ex- ln.r'\Ui}K X{>0<L.l? turkey- nnd other  pected rthiit to,'buv ouf'the tenants chicks. as soon. us hot'ehSd, strfnglrj-  - Mr,.,Gbelet will have .to 'psv 'an 'error-' Rt)A ai,tI- -ensures;..their lives.-.  AH  tile  Minard's . Liniment  Cures Diphthem  '     A Great Composer's Confession.  ��� Sir F. TojMs, the fnmom foiajftja |  who was,recently in*,-c,-:��d aj aKaWJl  .Commander of -the Knyal VietoratiI  Order, tolls'an iD'ercftinp'smrj ��fr|  'cerniri,g'"l--,or,Ev(.r,- J^ f,rat Knfy|  song..' "Jt was vtrittpn."* fce wi\  "during a visit to I.nmKn'iii i;7d'i|  was 'at' the ��� housn, of. Mr" Sir.rtel  ('Violet  Eane'lj  k.ne^ fvening m va-i  'pnny with t-everui' of her raqsiedl  friends, when < sic s.i.-*wp.I (tis kbI  verses. . On t. reading them' *e i5|  ftlreed   to   set "(Jiem'v. Iau^ic,M.^|  .Si,ncleton dr'oidni? *luch ��h4��'M 1*1  pitblishod.' "Mine ^n,-= iho^n, Veil  may 'reinent'''>;'r   h;\\   is 'ipraiij* \&\  isricctwft.,' Gro<*i>i3'.h rtr-t sans it si  a comedietta nt tin. On.ijtj Tlital*��,f  nnd its 'e'<-*ns'oa,*j��'nri.,-,( tt<i= *i*-,".|  clunco il readied the nr '.i.&intle��|  !,o..whoin its hici",* i-,,, r,| coa^l  chiefly due." ,       ,.  ous  Beauyafs   tapestry, . belonging, to {.  'the  grand 'salon, removed'the costly j  rernenibe.r  suiteT'fjom the'House, (frid threattned j brought K-afs to my  to sell it up, as well as many of' the ��� "A pathetic subject  ether,    historical     treasures'   of    the   _   'So, sir;   it   writ;  a   fruit  painting.  was, sitting\elose under it'when  it;  one    picture^  eyes/'  '  *t,  f pre-mnic?"  Mamma���Oh, look, Willie, your little baby brother can stand all alone.  Aren't you  glad? '  Willie���Yes. Now I can, get him to  stand up against the wall while I  throw knives round him, can"t  I ?  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  * It  is  estimated   that   there  are   always -1,000,000 people at sea.  I-rincely dwelling,.   ILJix .  Wood   as   Food. ��� ���.  In one quarter of the 'earth, ni  least, wood, in. a certain form, serves  as a common and constant article of  diet, nnd that is tho northern coast -d  Siberia. At several points the natives  eat wood, and e;>t it because they like  it. Kven when fish is plentiful; wood  usually forms pi-rt of the evening  meal of these natives, as testified by  numerous travelers. Cleanly-stripped  larch logs near every hut in that re^  gion are silent witnesses to the gen-,'  era) fondness for wood diet. The dish  is prepared by scraping off>thick layers immediately under the' bark of  the log-. These are chopped fine'and  mixed with snow, 'the whole, being  boiled in a kettle. Sometimes a little  fish roe, milk, or butter is mixed Avith  the wood.  dropped on my head.  irr      l '       When Ti-rti���   '  ,Doti,t"grU   'yi.'tr   fifi'li   ond vroa|  harder..' Knse u\\ ;i h>'V  Don'l  l-fllwouy'im-���� th.ns .u-u ��|  help!* ,'J'iilk'i)g takv", .unlfiy '   -���  f.u�� down In ,u d.��i-U |.m o. If ou!;(*j  'flftcom Wlnntos, ���v'    ���  ��� .liou't  read onyrhlng la wiiSch raj  'are'net fntei'ii'icl <.   '<*  ���^Jii'l feel' th.U r-toiyi^jng must til  done" In on'e day.'" There ;'ri* C'vlnsft I  , alj'oally.e .tliiit"h,,is ltiMtter |o I��rr|  tbingsi'undone th:in nv^nln .vourKlf.  'JAy'bld p'cop'e r.i'-d H [r^ v,'i*?t nt'��|  time" "Svek wuc.e oiie finnio��?.  Don't try to linpruvo^jiiinslt Cr-i|  ���your'mind arrest.  Xrul don't forjjv-t thit .i liilie Ir-tl  | Juice In cold* water lu 'ne iriorelijlnl  'great help. I  Write Foi-  Catalog of  Your Success  Means Ours  Repeat  it:���"Shiloh's Cure'will  always cure my coug-hs and colds."  "I enjoy a quiet smoke," said a  man toa fellow-passenger on a steamer. Well," said the stranger, moving  across the deck, "you will never be  troubled with crowds while you smoke  cigars  of  that  brand."  Whether the corn bo of old or new  Krowlh if must yield lo Tlolmway's  Corn Cuie, the simplest and best cure  offered to the public.  "The   Unlucky   Avenue."  ��� Mr.    Charles.   Hawtrey,   tlie   actoi  whom  everyone will  be glad  to hear  is  making   excellent progress   after a  recent  operation,   will   always   be re  rnembered   foi" destroying Hie  damaging     superstition    which    hung    over  the   Avenue   Theatre,   now  the   Play  house.   'Until  Mr.  Hawtrey produced  that    successful    play,    "A    Message  from   Mars," ' at t|ie   Avenue,   it  bore  th.fi  name  of  "the  unlucky  Avenue."  Manager after manager had .produceo  plays   there,   but  invariably  with   the  same  result,   and   no   change   in   pro-  grain or players seemed to bring success  until 'Mr.  Hawtrey  came  along.  Mr.   Hnwtreyiis  the son  of the  Rev!  John   Hawtrey,  an   Eton  master,  and  was himself  educated  at Eton.    People   seem   to   have   almost,   forgotten  that  it  was   he   who   produced   that,  funniest  of    all    funny   plays,    "The  Private    Secretary,"    which,   by   the  way. he adapted from th�� German of  Von Mos��r. /  bachelor    girl    looker!    down  The  eoylv.  "You want to know why T never  mn-ui.fi " she .said. ��ra this * idle  cuiio,-,ity, or do you mean business'!'  Lusme.ss," replied the port, young  man. I. ought to gel a column of  copy out of this interview."���PJu'la-  delplvia Ledger. ' '  Butter From Birds, ���  -  In South America is to be found a  bird from which' a 'species of butter  can ha obtained. .This animal is  known as the "oil bird," and one of  its favorite haunts is the island of  Trinidad. Jt breeds in rocky caves  on the mainland, laying its eggs in a  nest of mud. The young birds are  extraordinarily fat. and the fat, hi.v-  ing been nvdled down in clay pots,  produces a kind of butter, says L��n-  don Tit-Bits. This butter is used by  the natives. The ,caves inhabited by  these oil birds are usually' accessible  only from the sen, and the lurnting  of these feathered creatures .frequently affords excilintj sport to the adventurous in spirit.  Trouble   In  Store   For John.  Mrs. Freende���Why, what are you  crying about?  Mrs. Newwedde���Well, you know  John is away from home for a week  on  business.  "Yes."  "Hes writes that he gets out my  photo   and   k-k-kisses   it   every   day."  "Well, that's burcly nothing for you  to cry about."  "Y��s; it was just for n joke I took  my picture out of his bag before hc  'started and put one of m-m-mothcr's  m   its  place."���London  Scraps.  mvommM  Diolch I Chevi, EichVMawrhjdi-r.    .  If you want.to.,know What it means  ham  Abraham,,,M.P.,  or  ;   WHO  can  siorr  M   W-.iii.   ���'.  well  ���ask  Mr. Will  soifrifcone  who can sing a Wiil.sh-. son���  . as ' the   worthy, 'member   for  Glamorgan For "Mnbo.i," as he is  affectionately called by. his countrymen, possesses a splendid tenor vo ce '  and earned, great renown ' ��� '  a ; vocalist before '  nent.    Even hi  ocally, as  ie   entered   Parlia-  . --s speeches are deliver-  ed,    as   someone   once   rcmarkerl    in  voices nearu n,   Parliament for m.-mv  n   long   year."    During   (he      ���n,,my  W.    N.    U.    No.  729.  t.cuiariy   gracious   to   Mr.   Ahrih   V.  ��nd   called  him-by  his  1, irdi? n^'  I, am   pleased   to  nee  vou    Manor, "  bhkI the Queen. ."Diolch i chev    e ch  M.-iwrhjdn,"   replied    Mr.    Ahr'drin  ''M.bon"  r^r Mujosty had recoverZ '  "ti      i     . -ffPlumed    thai/  it  meant  Ihimk? to you, your M^sty"      Dt  i-feiESSi*,   nJt^eis&isssmsismcapimsm^ i  TIIE     LEADER,     MOYIE,'   BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  GRIP IS PREVALENT    AGAIN.    A  prompt remedy is what j  LEADS CHARMED LIFE.  Alfred   Pearse,   the   Artist,   Hai  Many Narrow Escapes.  the celebrated   En  -v.mte artist   imo  executed  Had  Happy. Family |     breakfast in lords.  nais so well known that  its value as a grip remedy need not be questioned. , The ; grip  yields more quickly if  taken in hand promptly.' If youfeel grippy  get a bottle of Peruha  at once. Delay is almost  certain   to  aggravate  i  Alfred  Pearse,  every one is looking for. j X ��S��If ^^''i',^.!^  The efficiency of Peru-  iii? #g %&��%.����.'S,,t1  doubt met with more accidents than  any one of tin in. ]��� his earliest in-  ancy when he wns L.'ing taken across  the Channel by steamer, a sudden  lurch jerked him out of hi.s nurse's  arms and sent him flying ovei tlie vessel's .-.jde Tt was only the lucky intervention of a pasbenger, who caught  him. that saved him from a'watery  ������rave. At the age of .seven he was  aetmilly c<-itiii(*d us dead bv a doctor,  who*�� verdict he disputed'by an extraordinary recovery, and ms ,a youth  lie had a narrow i .scape from an infuriated bull in Chilh.-im Park.  'V-> h young man lie was seized by  ���a madman who held him suspended  over the well of a deep staircase, and  on another' occa-sion, when climbing  at St. Moritz, he went careering down  ii slope towards a' precipice, with a  500-yards drop, and only managed to  null up with a few feet of the edge.  When he accompanied the Prince and  'Princes of Wales on the royal colonial  tour he was dangerously poisoned by  the bite of .a red spider.  While at sea' in the Dight of Au&j  tralia, he was informed as In* lay in  his bunk that there was no hope for  iho vessel, which was, in a sinking  condition. Mr. "Ppursp decided to' stop  where he was, and the next day, the  ship having survived the storm, bf  was the'only uninjured first-saloon  passenger *on  board. ; /,  , To   give   a   brief   summary   of   his'  chapter  of   accidents,   wnich   nurnb'*r  over thirty, he ha? boen .nearly drowned   three   times',   had   concussion    of  the- brain five times, thrown, from ton  of omnibus four tirn��s, shot, once,'fnl-.  Ion down Beachy TTcad once, drugged  once, certified as dead .twice   b-��hve'>n  the train  and platform'once,   injured  by runaway hors** once, run down bv  motor-car     and , nearly' .killed ��� once,  hlind for two days,,and has had shpul-  /ler'out of, joint, .legs and  rip-Jit arm  paralyzed,  and  left eye forced out of  socket.    This dops([not by nnv means  exhaust Mr. Pearsf's list, and his doctors say ,that by the Jaws of medical  science he ought to be. dead long ago.  your case.      ���      f'���  For  a. free  illustrated   booklet  en-  'fitled "The Truth About *I?eruna." address ���  The  Peruna   Co..     Columbus,  'Ohio.  "Mailed postpaid. <  A  New Manitoba,Strawberry.  A   new  strawberry,    ofIginutdd  in  Manitoba,    has   been',-placed ,'on, the  market'thi3  yenr  hy the    Buchanan  Nursery  Co.,  of  Winnipeg.    Ttiis -i1"1  the -first    new. .Manitoba  variety  of  , strawberry to be offered that we know  of, t    Mr.   Buchanan    has 'produced  ,Vim<my  new. varieties of    strawberries,  as well as new varieties of other fruits  ',but this is the first,one that has been  .offered to the public.   The new berry  is described  as''being of  extra  large  size," productive, of goodrqualityl**es-  pecialJy for home use.' . The plant is |  ''a strong^grower and hardy.   The new  cberry is a icross"of the Crescent and  Shiirpless".    Write'to    ihel /Buchanan  Nursery,* St.' Charles,  Man.,  for'further Information about this ,new fruit.  | Child's   Life   Saved   by   PSYCHINE.  |    Mrs. E. ObedjjSh. of Ohswekin, Ort  child s  hie.    rt  was   then    suffering  ,^.i��*W:lll,1-,908'17,aont,tt  i "Vlc. c?n,liii<m of rnv familv'.s  Ji^lth is decidedly good, j give pS"Y-  oiiJAL. to each member of my family,, eight in  number and  I consider  PMITrvf,ood,,,enlth i:5 d��e to PSY-  i.;iiiAJi, winch we recognize and believe   to   be   the'greatest   of  Tonics.  .�� B-iv7?��n.vSP? my*��'P>'n our faith  to P&YCHJXE because it lias done so  much for us in times past when hard  pressed with sickness. I, would be  glad if you referred me to any skeptical person and you can use my name  for this purpose." .  So words of ours could.,be'stronger. _ PSYCHINE is the greatest of  tonics for the throat,, lungs and1 stomach. All druggists and stores* sell at  50c. and '$1.00., Free trial on application to DR. T. A. SLOCUM, LIMITED, Toronto. , .All run-down people  should use PSYCHINE.  ���Many mothers'have reason* to bless  Mother .Graves''"Worm Exterminator  because it has relieved,the lUtfc ones  of Buffering and. made them 'healthy;*'  Her. clear eyes r��� shone,  hqr    pretty  face was  flushed,  and , advancing  to  the edge of the. platform/ she,, cried  ��� warmly: .'-_.����� .        _',..'  ' ' "You deny uslthc vote' Yet it ' is  to1 your, wives that most' of you, owe  your business success!"',. ' t      ,  A "'tired,/stoop-shouldered ,old   "man  'nodded his'assent.'1     ��� tt *'  /,'Ccertainly," . he" muttered, '"our  'wives',��� make it absolutely necessary  for us to earn more ,money.'"r���Philadelphia ^Bulletin. .  /   DEAFNESS CANNOT���BE CURED,.  ' by local applications, ^as tlrey cannot  reach tlie diseased portion of the ear.  There  is only .one  wayt to' cure deafness, and that is by constitutional re-  medics.   Deafness is caused by' an7inflamed condition of the mucous .lininc  of the Eustachian Tube.'" When,this  tube is inflamed you have a rumbling  sound or imperfect hearing, and*-when  ,it is entirely closed. Deafness is the  'result;., and   unless  the' inflammation  can be' taken .out and this tube restored to*.its' normal    condition" hearinp  will,,be destroyed forever; -nine'cases  ,out of ten are".caused, by, . Catarrh,  which is nothing*but an inflamed condition, of the. mucous surfaces.  .��� We will give One Hundred Dollars  for any ,case of  Deafness  (caused  by  catarrh)   that cannot    be    cured    bj  Hall's Catarrh Cure."   Send for circulars free.   ��� F.' J. CHENEY  & CO.,  '     Toledo.   0.'  Sold, by Druggists,  75c;  Take    Hall's. Family Pills for con  stipation. . ;���  A CHRISTMAS PAY-SHEET: -  1 i  .Ten  Pounds a V/eek Considered  pood  ,       't.,   ,> ' ,  *    ���...        , Money   In   1867., ,.    "  *    * \ '  '. An   old' pay-sheet' of' the   bygone  Queen's   Theatre,   London,   England,  came   to. Iightf^'recently. " It' was   for  Christmas  week,   1867,i--and  it  records  'the salaries'then'paid to a number of  actors   and ���. actresses ��� whose    names  commanded big'money thereafter. The  star member of the company  in 1867  was J. L. Toole.    He drew $54 a week  for'grimacing in a one-act farce. "The  Birthplace   of   Podgers:r���     ^  ,John Ryder, the old Shakespearean  actor    arid    stage-rnanager,' got    S37,  while ' Ellen,. Terry   and   Irving,   as  Katharina    and '.Petruchio,    received  $25, - and a i $13.50     respectively,     and  thought themselves lucky.,.        -    '  '    Charles  WyriUh.im's wage was $15,'  Lionel'Brough. existed on $10 7a week,  and  Miss Heath   (the wife'of'Wilson  Barrett)  p'layed_ a   small   partat'the*  ratevof/$5   per' week.     , ��� "  , Actors'then learned their itra��*al m  Ihe jiard school of impecuniosity.^ they,  couldn't afford'to take holidays, "cut;  a'dnsh," or'overfeed themselves.'With  ,no social functionsL,to waste their time  oxer, they, bad,., a constant incentive  to work In the hope of climbing to  a summit of popularity, where $50 a  week "awaited them.  /'Wealth doesn't bring happiness,"  said Uncle Eben, "but it comes a  heap nearer doin' it dan bein" broke."  ���Washington Star-  Minard's -Liniment   Cures   Colds,   etc.  Willie had tried by various means  to interest his father in conversation.    ( .  "Can't you see I'm trying to rend?"  snid the. exasperated parent. "Now  don't bother me."  Willie was silent for almost a minute.    Then,, reflectively:  "Awful accident in the subway today.!'  Father looked up with interest.  "What's that?" he asked. "What was  the accident in the subway?"  "Why," replied Willie, edging toward 'the door, "a -woman had her eye  on a seat and a man sat on it."���  Harper's Weekly.  Mrs. Belle De Rivera, whose special knowledge of New York public  school life,' made her famous, narrated at a'recent dinner a number of  public school episodes.  One concerned the 'small boy's  winter hatred of cold water.  "His teacher," began , Mrs. De  Itiveia, "said ono morning to a little  bov:  " 'Jimmy, I'm ashamed of you.  Your cheek is all black and .sticky.  Go to the hydrant and wash it.'  "Jimmy went out to .the hydrant,  moistened his wash rag and nibbed  soap over it. Then, rag in hand, hc  returned to the school room.  " 'Which cheek did you say?' he inquired."���Rochester Herald.  Does Not  Color Hair  Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now  made from our new improved  formula, does not stain or color  the hair even to the slightest  degree. Gray hair, white hair,  blonde hair is not made a  shade darker. But it certainly  does stop falling hair.. No  question about that.  Does not change the color of the hair.  yers  Torm-ul* with �����ch bottlo  Bhow it to your  doctor  Alt hlnTabout It,  thondoM hiiiji  Acid  Drops For^Miss Ellaline Terriss.  The writer heard a rathpr good story  the  other day  concerning,1 Miss   Ella-  line  Terriss,   who,   together with   her  husband,  Mr.  Seymour Hicks,  is  appearing   for   the   first  time  upon   the  variety stage in a sketch by Mr. Paul  Rubens, entitled "The Fly-by-Night,"  at  the 'Palace Theatre,  London,   England.    Tt was during the. run of "Blue-  b?U  in .Fairyland"  at the Vaudeville,  when Miss Terriss was capturing the  heart   of 'every   youngster   who   went  to   see   her   delightful   creation   of   a  modern���Cinderella,    that    a    poorly-  dressed  boy  went  round  to 'the  stage  door  one  day   and   asked   to  see   the  popular actress.    But the stage  doorkeeper  was  obliged" to  refuse the  request, on which the little fellow handed  Him   a   packet   and   asked   that   it  should be given to Miss Terriss. When-  the   popular    actress   opened    it   she  found   that   it   contained   three   acid  drops and a halfpenny, together with  a little note suyine how sorry the boy  was   for* "dear   little   Bluebell."    "It  was one*of the most pathetic incidents  of   my. life."   Miss   Terriss   remarked  when telling the story.  Family of Church Workers.  Rev. Dr. James Robertson, of Whit-  tinpe.hame, England, moderator-elect  of the next General Assembly of the  Church of Scotland, has many family  links with thet church. His brother.  Rev. David Rob"rtson, is parish minister of Clepington, Dundee, and he  had another brother. Rev. William  Robertson, of Spronston, now deceased His sister is principal of the Minivers' Daughters' College; Rev. Mr.  Dawson of Monymusk is his uncle;  nnd Rev. Dr. Oamr*b��ll of P.almerino  is hi.s cousin. Dr, Rob-rtson has b'en  minister of Whittingchame since 1865.  Thirteen Superstition In London.  The thiiteen superstition appears to  b: prevalent in -all quarters of London There is no No. 13 in the Strand,  in Holborn. Threadneedle street, St.  James' street,' Woburn square, or  West bourne Grove. In Paik lane it  i.s disguised as 12A, and in Upper  I'.rook street (whose medical residents  might to be proof against superstition) it figures as 15A.    ,  PROFITS FROM FORESTS.  ,     *      .' -.���  Trees   Producs'  Returns   From   Other-'  wise Waste Lands.  The (benighted-notion is still occasionally encountered 'that forest preservation mear.s a stoppage' of wood  cutting .and' lumbering That* is about  as accurate and sensible as it would  be. to suppo,e 'that 'the cultivation of  corn meant that no more corn should  be cut and husked. But even among  those who know ' better, and , who  favor an enlightened forestry system,  there is, not'ahvjays'a full appreciation  of the pecuniary value,'of cultivated  woodland. .        . '  ',A writer in The London Daily .Mail-  takes up' this phase of 'the quest/on  effectively. 'There are,in the United  Kingdom about 3 Q0O.OO0 acres of forests. He estimates that, there are  7,000,000 acres* more of land which, is  now waste and which could profitably  be'planted wiUi trees at a cost of fib  an acre.'or $105.000 000 in all. ' ^yith  such an area of 10.000 000 acres nearly 150,000 acres' could' be cut yearly  for 70 "years before all was cut over,  by, which time,' of course, there would  be a "O'years'&old growth on'the land  which ( was first "cut. T,he0 writer  reckons the mi-n'mum value ^of^lhe  product lo'bn, S.150 an .acre in 70 .'vears  making a total reven'-e of 550 000^000  a ,vpar from the 10.000 010'acres. In  addition, 'forests .ip to 60'years old  should yield <?m'.or S3 75 vearly ,nn  acre, for "thi^-.-incr's,." which woi'ild  mean <.37.p00.OflO for the 10 000 000  acres, raising, the to'-il yearly income  from that area of forests to '$37,500,-'  000. or'SS.75 an acre    fl "    '  That is- not a* lnnje income from  land, thonph it is more than many  farms average But, it would'be an  income from land 'which oiherwipe  would yield none at all. There are  millions of acres (of0-mo'in1ain and  iwam.n in Oron�� rtritojin which ar�� in-  capnble of b��inc put to any other,  profitable use. vOniupt that ground  .of direct* returns from =v=tei-rintjc tree  culture' and cn'ling, therefore, forestry-is to b'* comnietirl^d.' On theothei  hand. on'Uje ��r^--nd r>f the* "tilMy n(  forest.areas for the storase of rainfall  and the reguln*i"ii of water flow, such  i1 systnm is s" "i;'di<-o<-nsnble ' that it  "should be estnblishoH nnd maint*��ined  ��m an extensive -^cale. even if there  was not a "ent of nrofit. but an actual  loss yearly on each acre.    ���   ..',,,  Famous   British   Function   Was   Instituted by Lord Brougham.  The customary breakfast given at  the opening'of the legal term by 'the  Lord Chancellor in the House of Lords  to about 300 guests is an m'stitution  which goe3 back to the days of the  versatile Brougham. For the last 40  years it has been held in the House  oL,Lords, but at an earlier date it was  given in the Lord Chancellor's residence. It is a relic of the times when  breakfast was'a great social function.  Many oth<*r great men had what  may be termed 1he breakfast habit.  Thus Mr. Gladstone was a regular  giver of bresikfa-"ts and a constant  attendant at them when given by others. Of recent ye;*rs, however, the  breakfast has fallen into desuetude as  a social function, except at the universities, where i-Mine; men are still  found v.ho -'ire ci'p-bl* of consuming  three or four courses nnd ,th3 while  maintaining a ��r<-*mal flow of elegant  conversation..  Recently an nt tempt has been made  to revive the br<vkfnst. Thus the  King in 1907, at .Wwmarket, issued  several inv'te.tiors to brenkff.st' parties. To our anc'-tors the meal was  n solid" one,'of m*mv,d'shps of meat  niiftlifted bv s.��ck possets' or small  b"r, thp .-meienr equivalent of soda  water. ,!Tpp' wr-s "oi known, and coffee wfs onlv to b-> found in the me-  di-"*val an?;lo2ue of the modern museum. '  DO JUST WHAT IS  CLAIMED FOR THEM  THAT'S   WHAT JOSEPH   MACK LIN  SAYS OF DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS.  JOHNNY'S   VACATION.  They Cured His Neuralgia, Cramped  Muscles and Heart Disease From  Which He Had Suffered for Two  Years.  .St. Paul de Metis; A1U. (Special).���  "Dodd's Kidney Pills have done for  me all that is claimed for them."  So says Joseph Mae-Win, a well'known  farmer of this . di.stiict. "1 was ill  for over f-ix years with Nemalgia,  Cramps iu my muscles. Backache and  Heart Disease. :I called on diiJerent  doctors bat got no help. I heard  that Dodd's Kidney Pills were meant  for just such cases as mine and  bought" eight boxes of them. Nov/ I  feel just like a new man. I recommend them to all as a sure,cure for  Rheumatism 'and all troubles aiising  from  diseased  Kidneys."  Thousands of farmers all ,over the  west-relate similar experiences to that  given by Mr. Macklin. They find that  Dodd's Kidney Pills do just what is  claimed for them���cure all' diseased  Kidneys and all diseases arising from  diseased Kidneys.,  NOMADS  OF THE VELD.  South Af(icap Mesirwa Are Disappra--  . ing���Origin Cannot Ue  Explained.  , Rapidly" ' diminishing, with their  origin still unknown, thtf Masrirwa, oi  buohmen'of    the    Khalahari   Desert,  would   appear' to   be   a   people   well  worthy of  study   by  the  ethnologist  A contribution to their life story appears'1 in the new number of Thp 'African -Monthly,',"* from tlie p-m of Mr.  I C, C.  Clements  Vialls, 'who has been  trading   for  some  years   past-on  the  Rechuana.border, and has often come  into contact with these strange dwll1  ers  orf the wateriess   plain.    Closely  resembling the .Hottentot in color and  features, the bushmen pre gifted with  an  rbnorm**-.!  amount of instinct, but  with very lifflp ir-tellect.    Th��ir voca-  bnlery is confined to some three hundred words, and is n series of "c'ieks,"  like,.that  of  theJ Hottentot;������ but   not,  ��ven   the   Hottentot   can   understand,  , fhem.    They ,hVve   no   rites  or  ceremonies, us" no p->ts or cooking uten-  sils.  and  po->��e-s  no wpwop? beyond  �� bow.and p. sh">'f of poisoned, arrow  ;Th'*ir powers of endurance, ��rek nmaz-  ine:-they en ru�� ''own giraffe, eland  'Wl'-'ebeeste.   pT'd   didker   until   llvir  Tinrry  dr^os   fro"n   sh^r   exhaustion.  When   sb^t  of' "ther  food   th'"y  eat  r-ds. .reptites.. K"d  insects of all sort"  with'   a', relish;   b"t   th^v   refus", Jo  tnneh* nrnnVflvs, ovin'g they are "peo  nie."  like  themselves.  f  I   FLEE   MY ,PEN.  Bee   my   pen   when   heai v t, grows   the  hraln,  When   for   fc.   nappy   rhyme | I   search   In  vain. .. ' r  The ink well closed, the pen laid In its  place.  I.seek for other scenes In outer space  What   though   the   wind   be   keen,   what  thoueh it rain?  I asked  a  change,  nor  can  I well  com-  plain <  If by a wetting I my end attain.  So at a steady, blood bewarming: pace  I flee my pen.  ,, - (  Tes; Just as piglets see attempting: lane  Leading   to   meadows   ripe   with   golden  grain.  Brattle from their sodden sty and, gTunt-  Ing:, race. -  Glad to escape their confines, pent ai.il  .       base, ' '  r���for the taste of freedom that I gain���  I fiee my pen.     <  ���Charles Battell Loomls In Judge.  Platypus  Is Part Snake.'  It'seems;1', on   the, authority   of, an  Australian naturalist, that the,.duckbilled  'ornithdrhynchus, *not   content  with outraging most of the fixed laws  of natural history, has to"b'e .classed  ,in one-fespect with the order of venomous snakes,.- In a case'at/Kempsey,  w-here   a  platynus, was   caught   by   a  small   boy   and  promptly   clawed his  'captor, ��Dr.   Casements-held 'thakthe  poison  which' entered, the  boy's arm��  was-identical w'th snake poison. ,TJn-  fortunalely,1,   however,   'there    is   no  poison sac in the vicinity-pi the claw,  'nor is there any ejection orifice.  But  may not the 'platypus, asks the naturalist  alreadv  referred  to.   be  able  (o  transfer   poison   from   its   bill' to' its  claw?    That, is the.V-cp'an.itinn =ome  bushmen rive of the intense virulence  of a  platyp'is  wound.    The saliva of  enraged   animals    or   birds    is   often  poisonous.     It   is ^not   regained   in   a  sac.  or carried  alone a   duct,  as  the  snake's poison is  but when it mingles  with  liiini'in  bleed  it  produces many  of the effects of snake bite.  , Carnegie.        ' c  Of Andrew 'Carnegie the London  Chronicle remarks: "Mr. Carnegie is  not onlyu a'millionaire of millionaires,  he'is also a Scot of Scots, who, in  fcpite of all temptations to belonga*to i  other nations, remains a Scotsman. |  Ever since the fifth century, he says, f  Scotsmen have led the world, but hei j  might have gone five .centuries further i  back, still and j asseverated that the  bodyguard' of 'Pontius Pilate' was composed of Caledonians, the Dugald  Dalgettys of their time. Such, ' at  least, is the elafm put forward by  the Iioya] Scots, now the premier  regiment.of the British line, who'are  alternately known as 'Pontius Pilate's  bodyguard-'" ' , c  An Easy Pill-to Take���Some persons haye z'epugnance to pills because  of their nauseating taste. Parmelee's  Vegetable .Pills are. so prepared s-is to  make them agreeable to the most fastidious. Tlie,, most delicate can take  them.'-without' feeling 'the ' revulsion1  that'follows the' taking of, ordinary  pills,. 11-11-3 is one reason for the pop"-  ularity of these celebrated" pilla, but  the main reason is^ their high tonica'l  quality,as a medicine for the stomach.  Why   He  Wanted, to  Cut  It Short  Returns   Home.  Johnny astonished the family In the  :oun(ry one day by announcing tbat he  wanted to go Lome.  "What's that?" demanded his father  "Want to go honieV"  "Yep," niaintaljifd the boy.  "Well,  that's very  funny.   It wasn't  two days ago that you  were begging  us to stay up on this farm until October.  Are you sick?"  "Nope." <  "Got the blues?"  a    "Nope."  "Toothache?"  "Nope."  "Mad because your mother "Jron't let  you go swimming?"  "Nope." '  "Ah! I think I understand," said hia  father, with a chuckle. "I happened to  hear you sassing that farmer's boy  yesterday out nai It of-the barn" and I  also happened 'to see him flop you on  your back. Did It hurt muebV"  "N-nope."  "Well,' cheer  up!  my  boy.   We all  ,have our ups and downs in this Vorld  What  good   would ' It  home?" ���  "If I   was only home, pop," replied  the boy. with a longing sigh. "1 could  'knock    the    stuDlii'^ out   of   Samm.i  Greenland (.hen I'd feel betier.''���A.'B  Lewis In IJ/'heml.in Magazine.  WORK AND WORRY  *,WEAKENS WOMEN  New Health and Strength Can be  .   had Through the Use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills;   . - ;  It is useless to teii a hard working'  woman tc take life easily '  A  New  Northern Fruit. ",,  The list of fiuits that can be grov  do  you   to  go | in'the Prairie Provinces is gradual  1 being increased.     One of,the   late  things to attract attention is'the Hi  pophao b-iry _ This plant is a nati  of  Lapland  and, other 'parts  of  nc  them Europe.    It has been grown''  an ornamental shrub tor some tim  but only recently has attracted atte  lion as an edible fruit.   Prof. Hanse,  who was sent to Siberia aud other,co '  climates by the (J. S. Government  secure new plants for the north we.'  ern states, iirst introduced the pla  to the noithvest or the United State,  The honor of introducing it into   tl-  Canadian West belong.*, to the Buc  anan Nurseiy' Co., of Winnipeg.   M  D.  W. Buchanan, wlj.o for years,'h"  devoted  a  large  poitio'n of   his  tin',  to the testing and "studying of plan1  likely to-prove of value here, got ho  V   '  '     Ha'  ai3     i  ..  tt  ''' 1  i  7 ' '  A   I  .a**  .. . H  "I (1  -Si \f-  �����i  * "V  Us  A ���iSl  \7<m  upon  u ,       - j.'jer shown a-trace oi  'To guard against' a complete break- I an ��.   vcar     Thev  lown .in 'health   the   blood   must  be   na��diW with   a*'  "Does the baby talk* yet?" asked a  friend oi -the family. "So," replied  the baby's disgusted little brother,  "the baby doesn't need to , talk,"  "Doesn't rieed to talk ," "No All the  -baby has to do is "to yell, and it gets  anything there is in the house that's  worth bavin?."���Scottish American.-'  ,   Repeat it:���"'Shiloh's Cure will always cure my coughs and colds."  "Now," said the*, physician, '"you  will have to eat plain food and not  3tay out late at night.", ."Yes," re-  vpliod the patient,'"that is what I have  been thinkidg ever since, you sent  in your bill."      '     ���'  << .  Minard's, Linimentr Co'., Limited.  .Some time ago I liad a bad attack  of Quinsy which laid me up for two  weeks, and cost a lot'of'money.  Finding the lump again forming in  my throat, I bathed freelv with MINARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating a  cloth with the liniment left it on all  kept rich and red and pure. No other  medicine does this so well as Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills 'for, Pale'People.  Tins' medicine actually makes new',  led blood, strengthens the'nerves, restores 'the appetite and keeps every  oigp.n healthily toned up., Women  cannot'always rest when they should;  but thoy can keep their strength and  keep disease' away by the occasional  use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which  havo^done more to lighten the cares  of w'eak women than any other medicine.  ���Mrs. James H. Ward, Lord's Cove,  X. B.; says:���"About two years ago  I suffered so much from nervoua prostration that ~P was ,little better than  a helpless 'wreck. I suffered . fiom  headaches , and, a constant feeling of  dizziness. ' The- least unusual move  would startle ime and set my heart  palpitating violently;- I had little or  no appetite and grew so'weak that'l  was'hardly able to drag'myself about,  and could not do -my housework. In  every way I was in a deplorable condition. 'As the medicine I had rbeen  taking seemed to do me no good, rhy  husband got a supply ofjDr. Williams'  Pink Pills. I had only been taking  the Pills for a couple of weeks when  I seemed to feel .somewhat better and  this .encouraged me to continue the  treatment. From that on my strength  gradually but surely returned, and in  . ,-: J,'-  The plants have ne. J..S.  ' winter damage ' \i '<f  combine extien i F,'''  prolific fruith * ,- / ii  habit. One of the curiosities at th 'j Av  Provincial Horticultural exhibiti-. \ *r  in Winnipeg last year was one'of theL ;-, ,?'  plants, bearing a prodigious quantiL  of ,fruit.  ' ���  The Hippophae is a strong, grown  shrub, with 'small foliage of a =iive!  green color, and yellow,' minute flo*  ers, succeeded by bright orange cole  ed fiuit.   The fruit is laiger than tl"  currant and^is' easily picked.   , Win  it might"n'ot be relished by every on  to   m6at   people 'the   fruit  would   l*  cpnsidered highly palatable and pie  saht. The shiiib is dioecious in blooi  some of the  plants  > producing' on  'male blossoms and others only fema  blossoms.   It'is therefore necessarv  plant a number of the shrubs in pro  unity.    Owing  to  extreme   hardine.  this plant promises to  be of, consi  erable value in the Prairie Province,1  ,It  is   al-jo   useful  as  ah   ,ornament  shrub,  and   may   be used  for  hedg  dr  screens  with good  efiect,  ���3,1  ii'!,'  V*I$??l  7 ."i^Wl  t. ffiiXh   wi  "$a r  Am  * *, y- '   * ..''-''lA'I  .. '��� .,vi, ./him  TheuBowels   Mtist  Act   Healthily.- ,,-..JU    ,i'\?,itf  In most ailments' the first care,of*.tr^;-^ "v \'^M  are'  LUnCt.wx.a.       x. ..1 u.^-.vu 3     . .-{^clu.u   X ))      ,  are so compounded that   certain    i    ingredients in  them  act on the  bowe  slowly and they are the very best m  most ailments tne first care, omi ,G"��j     i ---igS-y  heal man i= to see that the-bowe, '5!~-\ ��A., *'$  open arfd fully performing    the /'' -" '--,'. -$$  ction's.   Parmelee's Vegetable Pii   *, '~'?7A\,'\  "A'M  ->7  .. .    ��..u i.. dicine  to   produce  liealthy  action   .'  ,rhe^'uKe"oTa"fewVoVe"wVeksTwaV bowels.' Indeed   there is no oth.  once more a well woman, able to do specific so seiviceable m keeping ti  n.T.- /m-n   hn>.w���r!,-   nnH 'feelMTtr  h^t. digestive organs in healthful action.  .>*'  night. ,  Next morning the swelling was gone my own housework, and feeling bet-  and I attributed the warding off of an | ter than I 'had done for years. I 'have  attack of Quinsv to the free use of since remained well and I feel that r  MINARD'S   LINIMENT  St. John.  G.   F.  WORDEN.  Bookseller's   "Pind." |  Three volumes, of, the. first edition  of Dr.' Johnson's "Lives of the English Poets," with inscription on the  .fly-leaf of the first, "J. Wesley, .the  gift of tlie a'uthori" 1781," was sold (for  JM7.50 at Messrs. Hodgson's in. London recently. They .had been bought  i.'van.,Hast End bookseller for a penny  i:;ich.  - '"';''',.���'.  "My youngest boy, 3 yeara  old; was sick with fever  last June, arid when he got  better the doctor prescribed  Scott's Emulsion, and he  liked it so well that he drank  it out of the bottle, and it  now just as plump and strong  as any child of his age anywhere . . . two bottles fixed  him OK."���MR. JOHN F.  TEDDER, Box 263, Teague-  Freestone Co., Texas.  SCOTT'S  Black  and  White.  "There was a quaint strike at Mun-  sindi  recen'ly." writes a  Sydney  (N.  S W.) coriespnndont to The Standard  of   Empire.     "Aet/ne on   tne  instructions   of    the    *\birigines'    Protection  Board,   a   local * police  oflicer   visited  the    aborigines'    camp,c   and    seven  vouthful   black =   of   both   sexes   were  transferred to the public school, where  they proudly took their places among'  three or^four score of white children.  In a few moments  the. school  was in  an  uproar,  and   as   soon > 'as   it was  realized-1   that   the    new   pupils   had  come to stay (he white children, deaf  to    the     master's   protests,   left   the  building in a body.    On the following  day the aborigines  were in  sole  possession,   and   on   the   day   after* that  'he authorities concluded that the experiment cave no promise of success,  so  the  aborigines  were sent  back  to  their t camp. '��� l  4!  The inspector was examining Stand  arcl T, and all the class had been spe  chilly tbld beforehand by their master. "Don't answer unless you are  almost certain vour answer is correct."  History was the subject.  . "Now, tell me," said the inspector, |  who  was    the  mother    of  our  great  Scottish hero, Robert Bruce?"  He pointed to the' top boy, then  round the class. There was no answer. Then at. last the heart of the  teacher of' that class . leapt with joy.  The boy who was'standing at the very  foot had held up his haud. ..  "Well, my boy," said the inspector,  encouragingly, "who was she5"  "Please, "sir, Mrs. Bruce."���Philadelphia Inquirer.  owe   mv  good  health   to   the   healing  power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  Eveiy other weak, sickly, worn out  woman should follow the example of  Mis. Ward and    give    Dr.'Williams'  Pink  Pills   a  fair  trial.    These Pills ! gim.  will send new blood coursing through j  tlie   veins   and  bring   brightness   and a  energy to  the weak and  despondent.  Sold   by  all  medicine  dealers   or  by  mail at 50 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams'    Medicine Co.,   Brockvillc,  Ont.  Noah was plainly downcast,  for my wife,   but slie says they lot  as if they came out of the ark!" I  cried.,  Herewith  lie  saw  that  the  salva,  of baggage -was a mistake���New Yo  THE   SEA   BAT.  IS  Both  In  Indeed, we believe it will stop every case  of falling hair unless there is some very  unusual complication, -.ci.ething greatly  affecting the general health. Then you  should consultyourphysician. Alsoasl  hirh about the new Ayer's Hair Vigor.  ������Had* by Ui�� J. O. Ajr��r Co., X.ow*U.  Whips   From   a Tree.'  the island of Jamaica  grows a tree with the botanic  of Daphe lagetto, from the branches  of which native workmen make peculiarly strong and excellent, whips.  These whips have the handle and  lash all in one piece. The handle  consists of a part of the stem retaining the bark,  stem is deprived  split into, strips  together in ii  seven feet long. The proper, taper  is afforded by detaching more nnd  more of the strips  lash  is  nppror.e'i  the?*  name  of  For  the   lash   tin  of   bark   and   then  which   are   woven  flexible   cord   six   or  is the greatest help for babies  and, young children there is.  It. just fits their need; it just  suits their delicate, sensitive  natures; they thrive on it. Just  a little does them so much  good and.saves you so much  worry. You owe it to them  and yourself to make them as  strong and healthy as possible.  Scott's Emulsion- will help  yoti better than anything else;  but be sure to get Scott's.  It's the best, and there are so  many worthless imitations.  ,   AI.I, DRUGGISTS  The  Doctors  Prescription.  An amusing story is told of a visit  which Sir Samuel Wilks. the distinguished physieipn. who has recovered  from a serious illness, once paid to a  friend with a smell suburb-m practice. II" s".t with His friend while he  received his patients, and noticed on  a shelf behind several bottles of physic, all but one of which he recognized by their technical names as*  harmless concoctions. The bottle  which milled him 'was labelled  "A.OT." Sir S-muel took it down  and smelt (he colorless fluid contained in it "Wl-iel, in tbe name of goodness, is (his?" he asked. "Oh. that."  renlied the friend, carelessly, "is 'Any  Old Thing'���warranted to cure imaginary complain ta.  ;  ' .'��������� .One//Way. '.'  "Of course  you   know  how  to  say  cutting tbings in company without being openly, impolite?"'   V  ���-,.:���'      .'.'���'.���'  "No, mother.    How?" . .-  "Why. just make the remark general  ��� and then bow to the one you want to  hurt and say, 'Present company, ot  course, always excepted.'" ��� Kansas  City Times. . .     ���' ��� ���>     , ,  Watch  Edna���Now   that  Charm,  they   are   engaged  as the end of  the  Mr Tedilcr tiati Inst written us another lett-irnboirt  hli-Vrvthur-ln-luw** ohildron. I>t an nund you lill  IrttiTH ni"! nthur Information on tho imWoot. A  Poat Curd, mentioning lhl�� paper. i�� ���ufficlant.  'd.  SCOTT & BOWNE  126 Wellington St., W.  Toronto  ho watqhes her all the time. Vou see,  she Is such a flirt  Eva���Flirt! Why, he used to call her  a charm.  Edna���Yes, nnd that is why he keeps  a watch on her.���Detroit Tribune.  Works Well In Other Cases.  Father���I am going to Ihnve my children learn Esperanto.  Friend���Is that so?   Then I will give  you a little advice good for one who  wants to learn tbe new language.   Go  to the country in which the language i box  Is spoken��� Pllegende Blatter.  For Women Who  are Discouraged  Because  of   lingering    weakness    and J  nervous derangements there is new  hope and  cure.  The   letter   quoted   voices   the   experience  of thousands  of women who  have  found   health   and joy  in  the  use of  Dr,  Chase's  Nerve  Food.  The    Christian  Scientists    are    undoubtedly right. To some extent.   The  mind docs influence the body both in  health and disease and if you give up [  hope, lea^c off treatment and fall in- I  to, discouragement  and    despondency '  there  is  little  reason  to  expect  that  good health will force itself upon you.  You must do your part if you  aie)  going   to  get   strong   and   well.    You :  must  make  up your  mind  and  then  select rational; treatment.  If your system  is . weak    and    run  down*   your   blood   thin   and    watery  j and your .nervous  system exhausted/  I choose    a    treatment    such    as    Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food, which has never  I been equalled as a means of building  up  health,  strength  and   vigor.  ' That Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is particularly successful in the cure of ailments  aifll derangements from ��� which .  women suffer  most'   is    attested    by  such   letters   as   the   following   from  Mrs.  D. ,D.  Burger,    Heather    Brae,  Alta., which refers to her niece..   She  writes:���  "Mrs; Armstrong had ;great weakness, heart trouble' arid?���indigestion.  In fact she was run down in every  wav and had lost all hope of ever getting well again. She had been in poor  health for'over four years after the  birth of her first child. The persistent  use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has  proven- of marvellous benefit to her.  She feels real well now, is looking  fine and fleshinc up so that one  would hardly believe her the same  person."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. 50 cents a  6 boxes for $2.50,  at all dealers  Specimen of a Fish That  " Queer and Rare.  One of tbe rarest specimens of the  fish kingdom known to waters cot*.,  tiguous to the North Caroliuu coast  was captured in a seine at Masouboro  ' sound by William Hewlett, a fisherman, sajs the Wilmington Dispatch  The fish, which was brought to the  ciry. is what is called "the sea bat,"  and it is a perfect reproduction of n  leather wing bat on a large scale. The  tish is about fifteen inches long and  nbout thirty inches across the back.  Strange to state, it had a thin,  tlnc-ullike tail about fifteen inches in  length, and on each side of the rear  appendage were two perfectly formed  gloved feet, with a smaller dimension  haiing the exact appearance of a  thumb wiih the other part of the hand  niittened. The mouth of the strange  specimen was about five inches across,  and on each side of the month or (he  underside of the body there were fire  "strainers," or holes, through which  the fi>!i is said to rid ilself of refuse  products resulting from the forage It  picks up at the bottom of the sea. Tbe  top of the fish wns a dark slate color  and the under part of the body was  white  ���One old negro fisherman more thai:  seventy years old declared that this  was only the second specimen of tin  sea bat he had I ever seen in his Ion;;  experience as a fishertu-in.. 'Tbe spec I  men. which' had a trul.v uncanuy ap  penrarice'. will probably be sent to th  state museum a,- It.-ileigli.  Repe.  it:���"Shiloh's Cure will alwa*  cure   my   coughs   and   colds  "Gee, but it's hot!" ciied Mr. S  zer, mopping his brow. "Where ���  Tommy-'" "Out flying his kite/' sa  Mrs. Sizzer. "Well, _ for goodnt  sake, tell him to stop it!" roar  Sizzer "Tho idea of using up wl.  little bieeze there is on such nc  sense."���Scottish American.  'I  Minard's   Liniment cures  Garget  Cows.  Reporter��� But, Senator, in a" Gc  eminent like yours don't you belie  in the pnnciple of rotation-in offir  Eminent Statesman���I certainly c  young ,man.    That's why I have a  volviug chair in my    office.���Chica  Tr-bune.  ASK  YOUR  For  GROCEE  TEA  For   quality   and   flavor   it   has   nt  equal.  I Lead packets only.    At all grocers  or Kdmnnspn. Bates  &'Co.. Toronto.  Lord's Prayer..on a  Pin'Head.  Mr   William L  Stuart, a young man  engaged in business in New York city  has performed the seemingly' impossi  ble feat of engraving the entire Lord's  I'rayer on the head of nn ordinary piu  to which  he has added  his name iinil  the year, making altogether 27(! letters  and .figures     Mr   Stuart did the work  at   odd   times  during   his   regular  era  ployment and with very ordinary' tools,  which  seemingly   are  not  adapted   to  such fine engraving.    The pin was set  In a block of wood, and a common en  graver's tool  was used.    A simple mi  croseope, costing only about 25 cents  and   known   as  a   "Uueu  tester,"   furnished  the necessary  rr^jgnlfylng.���St  Nicholas.  Bone, Splint. Curb. Side Bone or ���:*    .  lar trouble.can be stopiied wltli  w!Vl -,' a^"?115 .'u Pamphlet, with i%   |  r.��iH?- 2-?9*.a���*!2'!l�� at dealers or dollvert  |  Horse Book 9 D free.  All.SOUIilMj  a bottlo,  1.  �����','**���   for tnanfclad,  fr:?.i.7ri,rc'"<���������,**��iurtii sweiiinc*,. r.  ,?re v G ands; Go1*"*. Wens, Briil.eB V,.  i.s. ^ arlcositlea. Old Snrcs, AUayi  I'n  VV- r; y2U.!iG'/-0F- '" Maimoulli St.. Springfield.'Ms.  luw. suss j, ci).,,)i�����.r..i. r.;,di.. At.'.!..  Alto furnMtd bi Martin Bel. It Wynne Co., Wlnnlp.  Tht Natloni! Drug A Cfiimloal Co, Winnipeg onrf Calga.  and H.nd.rcsn C^oj. Co. Ltd.. ftuzaoutw  KEEP YOUR IGNITION HIGH  75% of'nil Gasoline  ting me ttotifc  come lru.it poor   lynUum.  'Ihc    "VIM   MAGNETO".     <J<  away with lJ.uirnci ftfui t  s. J l / always ijivfitJi i;iir,(l hut sp-*-  I'tjlly Guaranteed��� Agr.'  Wanted  A. R. Williams   Machinery Co. Limited, Torot.  ..^:-*x  W.    N.    U.    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UKi.Mrn n. o.  rioi-rriing ftml n*t�� ^'hn/il   nnrlucr  iin-nlit't'**    of    tbft   in,inn   ���,,*���   H;  i"il by Mm .Sinter* of Ht  Joe ph, .NeUun  H     (7.      Cuimimri'iHl     *ri<r     hti��in**K*  ���*���.,.'. .. 1    ��MlfM��H  h    ���.���.ii'i'litllv.      Kxilellence   Mil  nf m.mh diS*.PnU*m.    Mn,y���f th,*|-w,u  t,r(ll{n^ on-/, *,���,,*,.,-*,-  ���,,,*,  j*.  ?,��' ��.A-, ��'*,���;" f.j ;�����  2.1 ^fi'j-'i./- ���  kaii;   ..K   cl'i!(*liii'T;ii>  .���aMiuuiit.     1'rtrvnio   "liutilil    wine   fm  prtrli! ui^rn.    Oin-  iiiuiilh   -^uiin   tin  I . ������uli.'io thr   llmni.i^hiit*^   u,   *n,  _,.^___.-.;__ i t'^y ft'iii, nnfc   contiibuto   to   thrpl**!*-1!*' nii-iiniilM   �����/ u*i��*'Jijiiu.   'jVinir  ' 1  momborp, ifci�� said, .will lefuse  t��.  [my   tlu-l**   diwx,   a^ordni;  thnt  I  0. 0. F.  vz^-Sr^&LlwH^ey i*��<����r�� *Nu* 4,tl-  Mt'UTB Tueiiliiy ov<*nft'f-r> in M>0r��'i��<>i  (lull on Victoria street. Sn'ouniiiiK  Odd Follow** Kiirdinilv ni*'it<n.  Oias. J. Wujtf F, .h SMVTII.  .Vuble (.ii,.nd. fti'i'l'y.  Shoe   Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  OP COMMERCE  ju'iiuui  noo .l��nii/irv,   A;>nl   mill   fcitip!  JK:)ci��iH.��fc polhln^J  cirup.iign.     A.*., ,     .  . c ' J ^ ' uprlf inn infiiiilli'd tmilnu t^riv  One ' Venr $3.00\on* **-1o}* i>��t" "��� "Why.should I'  '   "* "   *L   I     '��� t   r  *;   ii -.  '.. i.'.. .> ���',)rf , ��� i - -* j  ~-; j pity my  -,'otxl   mnucy  to fuithor  SATUHI) IV. KEH, 27.1000.      (tho eiul�� of �� party in whom I   doJFHESH     AK"D     0ITBSD |o������-oellor Com]  s | not bcllovc*?"  . r win i.-i  i Vv ;1';( t-ii. AT*iS ,  li'ji .-���"���rit:i3-h^.fA Yi *:  M> yj��* i*s Ijcginniir^ tu louk KootJI  to out^idi'i*-.  Iit)t us ti'y rtlid  mnke   Moyio  a  ptvoi.d Buiri*'.  METAL   MARKET.  bout that  tflsW Vonk'���D.ir frilvei*. H0*J et".  I.-o.ti $1.7f). (.'oppei', 12j*  et*':  l^hvno.V���Load, ��18, lW,hl  tutter  money for* a  fclmfc tiho.iu'iy  ,'   '   W#y',i'/'4\i��Ai'. v^''.l - ","- .,�� mi. "iiMiiviiiF  "      .    'M-^'t^''^/.^   ; '   TJte stoonth-edit ion of tho O.ui*  ^"'f '.'"K K"-),jf?k  '. ,    '     \r&kt\$k#A'*   Htlltui fjuilly bible (-10 itou'a cata* !l-����,����y '��"���  P ��ftf i�� ��**->��� y.'1/.v . ��� v-^-iif,.  ' -p*   Stoclt Quotations. '  I'l'itv-iMliin Uv ijKAj.iCi   KI.'.'iUM..  Hill '      AOteil  llirOfn , .jr.  O.iiinoililttii'il SiiiPiipm (iS.00 , '   PiiK)  ,lilll,lliiKlini!i|i. >0y ���,,  i'r��iibi'.).ik Ku-j lufck /,       j.io  V'rf       -'  lr  b'gu'*.,       ��� ,   Words ��� of Prfiisa     '  .  foi-  lho   ^*h.fl^,���l iwrcdlonteot'whlch'On i .-���           ',  ! X ler.Hl ;i meilc /!<'*! KM) cormin.-r*ri   n* i.|-*A,i    iii  v  m,i    '   _,     "  irj byloftjSPM |��� -,*,  tuSSft V'*V\ ...le.CE,,      P US. U. Y. P.rkor.0  I   WOdlCIIIO. Hhollll"    hflVll    t)rf   ���,.,��,   ������!..'. 5��rr_Ty��r~i��,'���      J       _..'._.'  , Si.   l-.tli.'rliu  l.dllKl* .No.   .'If.  ���, ^   Ki of P.  '���> ?J.^*r    llK'hr t very Tlmrsfiny  ''���>'���-'&'"_.v   (vming    in   McGrr^oi  ,-'���>vV'-Vi',".-' ��.m11 at 8 I'cl.-ck.   Yi��-  ^'���.L"'      iiiii'< biotluiii inviii'd.  B. K. Tayi^jt, E. A. Hiix  ' K. JR,nnn S,  Moyie' Miners' Union  f        No. 71 w, F. of Mi  Mt'Ote in MeGrepor hull overy Snlur-  ilny eveninir. Snjoitrnin'' memheiK  '���re rotdially invited lo nt'.eiid.  Mdlooltn Mi-Ntiil    Thos. li.  Ktlly  Prepiili-nt. ." KecreUry  | Harvey, ���', Mc Carter  &  .Macdonald.  HHAD   OFPICC, TOltOXTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, Geaernl atan*2er  CSTAillisj,,  180*/  '    tt Goo,oco  '���land  .Branches thro^hcut Canada, and hi the United Slates cd ClJB  SAVINGS BANK DE  Deposits of $1 ��nd upiwrd. arc received and Int-wT^ 'iV���'i::''IN'i,  .   rates.     Account,-  ���my bo opWd in ihe.���B���e   JT" cu"'nt  more persons a���*j withdrawals nmUo  by n'        ��r  ,   . ,* one of them or by the survivor '      "'  CMHBR00K.BMRGH.:' ^jiimm,  R. A. SMITH  ���,Siiok^iaki:k,  M0YCK,  URNS .&  Limited.,,  MOYIE, B, ;c.  GO  j,   BitrriiittW, Soiiciilors, Nutuilcs, Etc.  Oranbrbok,   -   -   B; 0.  ''- i'STVI' AT .THE  COSMOPOLITAN  W. P. .QIJED,'  r    .< < V  ir.vnrttSTKii, sor.iriTOit, kto.  0RA.NDR00K  B. 0  miles;    /���  ** �� '  Oranbrook; -B, 0.  WHEN IN  0EANBRCOE  In. it, s.itAtx.'aiMuiKJpr.     '"  ^   Ouoci rooms, go<,��! ublt-F nnd  bur  , nnd  Hr��l rilii*i*i sirmple r*.'nra  George Hlhompson,  .,    ,,     Bami'Ibtu-h, f**ot.icnott  ; , Ury Puiu.io.itc.     * ' -'!._,    * ,  "  ��� ""    - ' - ��� .Feed Stable.'v  Win. Jewell  Express and General ' Delivery - Busi-  i,i ���* * v< j /  ness/'   Livery  and  OUiNBRObK,;..' 'Bnn'lfiii Comjm'iiia  ���aawMWua-trni w  i  y 7        |  should bo on cither1 tlie Golden  or  Jmms-m nnd Blli&chla pee i"lafty iMHent m  fen rMft^fe Mh" *" "uw^  biv'.n.a iair crianW by ni'rs&vcr.itnb in tt��  .   ��J3JUaiXiu^jV.flrij .ta ^UiXS^JL��fcfi**JiL.>la<.  iriuri.as ti.'^inn^^t\^tSS^��i^\  luiD^i^tilriD2ffiSj^--J  een-*ult Dr.'  eprivst'fintj-  '   pi*ri rt''*3iT'rW-- ' ' ,|,Rn viue.iunine *inaa i.*i linpnv*  so -. '-",��� ncroo i j'pii-jant Pp leta thn test  ���     Amr*yfi&A&:-$'i > * theluiubei'jauk, nnd , whon   tlie i>,'f>'.   InvieowiUi' stfumu-h,  liver   tuid  ' '     :f CSfCfi   ' "-bprj-tofc has money anybody I S^Ua01^^^^^^ a  "    ^^��?^felf-   .'ns money.    Jim v����, nntU! l.��   S^ss^^ra-rma^^  t-��f-e Win,.I,, ,0i.m lo 'comwoitoii  ��'illi lifiiicc foi-romnu'-roliilmt'ti./iieM  o'rtieommodnHim.   ''''��'  '  tticrcisl initl MiiituuMtn,  w, r;,be^tty   ^  i.  ���Embnhni t'Rll'J;UInJ���'rlllkL*r,,''  Wio'n. 0.' ,   ���   ., CRANBROOK  '^-%W^Mi.V\ *ilS1^  ,    ,    JV*;?f������-.';'; \.h if? '   i ,  ' '    ^ .CliI*!. j��iai'!iJLl 1 '   ns money.    JUve yon noticod il^  tf'^^r?"^-  i   *;t'*��.y,!^3'i!  . -'*.���>^fs���,-��%,  .'"OrtJ"1  ijLMU     ,..^".1.   ...    )     ..    ^.___      ...  ^F^C?"/?"'' ''Tho Cmnbi'onk   Herald wou'd  i.'^J'/.v1 .'*,-*-      kG to RGI' t-lifi bonvd of  tmtlo  of  r^^V:';;. '-    "lt city r-lvo iv dolitvi* dinner,  en  :A-.i.-. **. ���.'-l     -hioli iiMwloii nothing wotiltl  bi*  ii't 1"*' ;  Are Youthinkmg   ^ . '  ;| of Buying a Typewriter?  l.*"   SO     J'UV   AS*  srvud exiypt that" irrodneed in  m di>tfiut. , We Gou&idci' tin,  it?ft   an   excfcllout, otie, and   wo  Thos. Summers'  Ck-u'-u  Tohrt,f-oo,  Fi-iiifi and  i  Con fool I on cry.    ,  TOY.4!,   KOTfOXS    KTO.  South   Victoria   St.  fc��':#-Cr**^ - which uio I'uttiie busi  J^ivfepV     i8'   h,w boe"  d,,!^yed   throngl  ��'^>?TgrA"S      l--"��W !����� Bcmulaloiw.     Moulin  v n< .J lf .fl|i-  ������ ��*. X- *  ��� .��"'b.'..t'  *  J�� S  '."'V's  **���   tr'i  c, r ���*.  V:-y-  ive elttp.-t'd bi'Tmo   n Ki.-^ll���aliou^  ive been comjjloU'd, ami   imnoi'  ,iit bnvim,s.s   ii'anptictiona   Iwivt  an hung up in Uio inenn'.lmo.  ' K-wtenaliu*: ATtpr rending A. S. j j  ���utlevu'd ��icech in tho Foiloial 1  mie, ui- it mi p. ..*}< j,| )| (liM,|(, j  3.   pAi'Httinentaiy   icccrd,     m0   "  ���a^t wonder at tho  WOOD   AND''.C0A-L  l ' '  For Sals  .,     l-t'uvc' Oulfrs Bt :���  '   '  ���    ,    .',   ^Gwvnnt'V(eioro.\.''i "   ���  Moyie,,,      -J'   lhh{-,h"''u.umbia  'Starts-'^ "'���"1*- '"''  '; ��.-J ^f'���iS' P^\ h.S*��� 0f>hflnco or l:t*k    '  ��� Hiwq will .Lo no diMpp6inWK.nl eon- '   '  ; "    '/^^^^l^uii'^is'sul^v-Jt ,Wi!,     ���  ;. ' ���'' Vrv-finyfypu^cyor^ii^' tf; ��� .  '���-;'.��� /O.. >A'���-!.),;0(-*^ tg-eoo- us. ��� *      ' '    y  1 . ��� Cranfcrcoi', B, c.  ��W������ Wrfl_i_nyl��     I. ���������,.._���' ..u*  skxd rquu. wonicb^i^iK  .kootenay   *  "*., sundry,::?'  'V,   " *    'KfiLSUX "', ,"'- "*  All White Labor.'  r^ttvo woi k wi th" iho   local' n jjpnt  A�� B. STEWART.  . KEjBB tTAR Y[' l()th ;TO^Oth. '  ���WI iti_ If in-a-wBrtay^i,,   ,m ,  |H iy ��� nign  "OiVER"  ��125.   *USY rAiWlKXTs.".  Agent   * -    ...      Moy!e  GENTLEMEN  O.P. DWSAULN1KR'  *     '      '     n��)KAJRK  IM  .191 Ml  HlOMrr '1>BLIVEKV.>  Queens' Av?e^ ���v MOYIJ  ^. C�� Steam Laundry  1     '      CltAN-imoOK. .  NO-l-l-rB  rmvftnnnk- iami," niVruir-.T, tiurinm*      clun��'f��g,       repairing mil  ����� rtoi-ruKHN i,ivwu)v kam Kwr-rtM,"., I prossinir dune. .'    '  H-1 .........      ..        . I "  TA Kit  noil,.,. u���,[ ,(, Uf, , (,,���.. . '  !������'' . .h-iip-iM,,,,. blank, ��� ,���, l,Z ll     "*   J  '        ��   Ml it pay,.   CorTBCt draj i. ihc taS*"c    !vu 'r ,n ,"11" ���"-���"* i..t,o  ,,��.'"  L'i'!!"  MHed by tho eastern |, litloliu**.. f J ��r y,  *y.  I:  ,     i   ��  *-   '.i J  ���5j r     ,*   '<���   I    ��>���>  -J,-*'1   ��, *r ����iW  |tttB yews Fh-iiNh Columblu hnM   j ns vou WailL  Jt o..,to,, to OUiwa 1, tj CJ Our, hiny-dvc dollar .uiu ���� bet-  I' ������'���" h ' J". . did ,1, b��ij���p ; ter than the rswt curtorn-finical la.ic u  i"��. with   btlli!,.,l)i:.y nbnv, , ped lo.  ��   ordinary,   funu,],^   ,.y   th( |   g You  cm  fiy ai low 5J itV^.  iviiH'ial    ���tVntHpi-vuil ;.',,���.   )M1,,V !    Our hvdvc dollar t^u Bre V/��r(h a  - (.pt-Hiih cif   ('.roilevrv  for   hi��� :.! ] fuil ��!3��i!cea.  ^��. ���Ij'i.-I.e,  tiud'fm't;  l��   ��,', 0 ',;_, j J 9 Hifh or U'. v/c pfedfea dswihcrivv  ��� H^ts .l.-livn^l   tlt  ovlaWli::kv | j nCS? ��f Sty|e arld PerfeGliun.offiU  i-.. rt '    II "���'"' "'"UM ��'l'-" OJ' ��������l bmxk .ij Hvi'f in r n  iiiliilii�� too iutpp, liiormir* lo(.4,  UtsNiiYJ nooi'KH.  l'lii.-ii Jmi. a'ltii, nioij,  60  Y-SARft*  EXPERiENCE  this Season  ?he Soeiflillst. party in tiiii'jp.v-r'  96     day-,    B���ys    rh,'   C-.��!t"n-��'i  !  >��r.       Ttir*    fl.-rn tUmmUie   <�����  ).>riHld  on'fe  of  fo  e��.rr.J,U'\-  i  (v  I On ��a!e by-  J. VV. FITCH  TftAoe Markm  p(ir*yni*iHT8 Ae.  tf you want a' stvlish,  up  t.  >��� 'J  to tln'.o Uiiior made suit, call  aud inspsct our sprinsfgoods  �� ���       Olveom-woika  trial  nnd   Unv,  We gxiaratee  all . ��� ;wmk w,tk  Our Work. a *�� o*.^  | A. B. Stewart,     Agent,  MOYIE, B. 0.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This luittl Is ivtv.v ttmWr ntiw  nmriiJgemeii^ ntid is ili-jfe c\Mf  in every ru��pect.  B. E.  TAYLOR, Wgr,  Vic-toriaStn-efc. ]\!()V]'k  Prices Hight.  G. A. FOCTE  J\ferchnHt TttlJjp.  MOYIB, b. 0  When you think of  Building, think   of  FRES'EXQUFfs^NS 6n,��iI>- = R.AILKOADS  ��u,oi ,17' /T1!' !,-"^'>'1��'"'>n}.a.Iru,uatl���, ,������ v,ni(  '^ ��� , ,"'s w"nj| ���"-' ��'���'">���>**'��� ��r mil.* v.... ��������.-.  aul,�� r��.f    '���". ''?'." |ia:���,���:J'., |,n'9SI"'ll,u rel��l" "'"I-"  :o\   f.r   iin ��� e,<Wl!'T ^T'V<����ko you,- purclu;.. L.I  jou, into will bo i-otni-mitl lo yo,i. '-';-        ���  Absolute)'' Cash, And-.Your/rtiihcyW* If Vou Are  ��� '.'.    Not'Satisfied.   ���  Don't.delay your visft to this  sale  .:q.!tBATg3TJBARQAiy3  EVER.OPFEEBD.  MOYIE    HOTEL, j  J .    *     2^ F- JOZUYSTOJr* \  $        Market affnS?.PP^Led -^ith the Be8t thG 1  S       the Best f JftSrto1^^ *Bar lB F1]Jed with f  |       caeiieBt Viands ot Liquors and Cigars. ��  8  SttlYlIC  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COKKRRCIAL  AND MIN1NO MEK g  " ~ nitiTiMfi cm.t vi'i.' g  ***OM*M��e��dMtM'fte��*��ec>e9S'- c���*��  [     rJ.rW,��t ���.ofle*. 'wlrhoilL Ctlarae. Illthd       ""'''���  I Sdiittifse Hmmm.  .,,1.,^^"^ llhl��ti'��to<t Tvneitlf.   J,(n*Pst e,r  fMlniloii of ni\yrMmiiHn lournktt   ��&��,?! ��>..  1 MuNn & Co."����:*����. few Ypr|  ut'tu���4j.t  GALDER BftOS.  rhe Moyie contractors  and builders.  I-CALL   AND-'OUT -KSTtltfATKS  . Kt;vvoW-'  Cigars,   ';'  T ofc *^ooo��tt  *P��t-ri*dticr":  A. B; Stewart S Go  -^ |.     ;(l :"t>H '" !'"',t Koolpmiy. Willi il,0 ikv.t A(��il ft'n��  |j '''.l^tMi Kprh.K VVutiTlt Utnioxcnilrtl '/oi-qjmliiy.  ?-<!Ulunl.,..'in|.Moyi-*J)('Ur,. -���,  bottled and Draft Beer.  ... IMI  OKAS. mrMRWtt'S,' M*r4'  MOVIE, ��'. 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