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The Moyie Leader Feb 27, 1904

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Array <v v;*;!j'^4r.j.."i*1  1 .'-'AS.''.' -.4.*   .'.I  f **    T. "*.    ..  .'Ijt''"  ���flS.'-' :.t*������ '-.j!  ���".r tj.-,/* ' i-'  t-l-. r   a-^^-v.   ,  ,'...���: *.85&i'  ...j,,^******-"'  .a���.*~;,.���i  to  ��  ft  *  M  1  .**  1  'A  , >  1  J..  s?  I  %  |  <**  (7  1  'I  IV  >i  j;  'l>  ���V  '.I  n  !���>  8'  i   .   *.'....,*., 3 .,  .-,'  '   "_ .rt.**,''  , ',    '*':.?.'0  " 'Jvi    . "A?  ^AJAAAA.  '  i \ ry- i '"  '^ r\  l��**J~  y,     . ,        .   .    MOYIE,, B.C., FEBRUARY 27..'190-1. "'  .i^'^^AJi"  ^^ii Si�����^��������^% '||f IflJfflLVE  rf* ���     ��� . ...  _ .���.   ^ It up* ,      mm |TftTES  JT&'it while You're Young.   Keep ic up-  #:'' *t," When You're Old  mA  ���m;A?>  ./SfrX-���".**&.'  3Wt.*av you are too  young to   go. -hopping, or  ST*ft; too oW to bo up to dale. ^  A>1^-' Charlemagne of Franco, w   J^      oudslon(J  *��^i^Uma-lyoa��ofage.    Ou  ^^^W years old.  fl&W A^ made hi. mt*t Inmoua hi.cccJ. whui >  ���������  ''"ter-      ���    His thoughts that keep you young, and  thoughts  thrt make v��iu ��?Jnw y,L"  ���,-.nHed f.uvoii   countenance,  ^MUiourbjrg?,n8/P-nfcuani ^  you wil!    actually lor ;        ",^ ,���   inlo  Th(,y  V;in iU-lp I" -Ting  lb-      l*��"b J  your hf-cond century.   ^ ��  1   ' 7/Au *-**-:'  [By Action of Japs  Korea'  SBCR'Y MY  m  y  Kl.n.JvniufS*. r<��nii:i;r Wf.-.t  T. G. Ll ick-l'-c^', 'uainu-'intj director  of IhnHt. Kug'    j  ��Jon-ol:'J.iti.a   Mil:- j   g  ing Ou., passed through   Mov-u   tula." ^   '������������'*  on    his   way   to   Unsaluud.     il��   wab  joined here bi Mr, Cronin and family.  Mack-slock   before leaving Toronto.,  ���rftiil h�� was going west to endeavor' to |  contract for the St.   Eugene   mi no   at i  Moyie, J3. C,   which   has   been   dim I j  down en account of the low   price   of  lead,    He says there :.s a possibility of  its liudhig a market   now   that   ho   is  niter a market.  M<-u*m<: Cf>ininl^iini<.T*,lAltl>iiiiJt-,,'l*  The last hsuo of the Provincial   Ga-  xi-tta contain-, the notice   of  appoint-  ftm73&BSauZ&3!��.  3SS2��SSK?S^I��!IS!S2ES  A '  -v  ,*^*ti  HfO  i '>����� ���**''-' '  ' i    *''/AV V 'Av~?  ���Yf f' #/  /mi-'::".^  ��� 7,M^t-4  7    CWA't  | Philippines May G-et  l^ojern0[ ji]0slof[he(lidLriclsdtUlIil,ov-S  !   Ihc War  Zone,  which   '         ,...< *.--,���-\  CANNED GOODS,  | We carry the following range of them in Emits  | and Vegetables.  I ,,...;GALLON CANNED APPLES-,  Canned' reaches in 2 and :) lb tins  Pear-; "    "  "*'  "       'Strawberries in 21b tin.s.  ".       Uliick ami red, Rusptierritid in  Try it. Bjcperience the Truth.  follow the Crowd.  Would Cause Much  Trouble,  inee.  ' '������Mm  i   .~\<SMW,\'.ft7[��!., -<  4f^'    *  fr'  f  ^  $       |p   ^.^ | inee ship ami beat memy  b:v.-.'|.  S.0 ^.fj   't'4        (Jbina iu Manchuria s.ikI    tc  l^or the South   East Kootency  diritiict J. D.  aiclSriilo of  Ci.ini.rook, j  Ed Hill of   Moyio   and   Al   Doyle  of j  Furl Steele arc* appointed.' 'Thebo are  2 lb Lin.i.  tbe name-; predicted   by ' tbo   Leader j  ^^.C^^?^^5�� ^^'^  CANADIAN BBA  p,M tJD Capital   $8,700 000.      -    ,  Reserve,    , - ���   ��       ' 0Q (^0Y. 30|-oi)  Total Resources'  - S^uuu^w  Deposits Received.  ���V-aR'iBHOQOH^Oil.  THE    Bi^*    BALTIMORE * FiRE,  o  '       ^      - ,.- m.-n-ni- lepreserited by US loat SIX MIL-  ^*j,to����l|,��*   Ibe ^'��;|^Q c������,      i      COD  .tan.1  *cUvtlv dcinonsl'^len, ��<a rp.17   -J-   ^t--^"..  Tbe i)rogi-C33   oi    tbe   war   at   the  preseril dale is about as follows :  Knssians at Port Arthur fcink   Japa-  1  ,0 be or-  gdiiiyiDg to bardtQ liuasian scouting  uarliea.  Japan's main stiuadron oi V.i vessels  waa   sighted   going ' ea-ifc forqi Cbefoo.  Russia's advance no lira into Korea  from the north and v/ent.  Japan declares the will maintain^io-  liepenilanco ot xvorea. The move ib  believed to mean a   protectorate   and  n      *  may involve other   nations.  Secretary Hay   at   Washington   ia  considerably agitated   by   advices   rc=  ceived from Minister Allen   at   Sebul.  the cablegram fiom   lliiiiater   Allen  was not made public in lull,    The conclusion drawn from tlio complete  text  is that  Korea has   given   Japan , tbe  ric-ht to occupy and fortify such points  as are desired.    This  actiotf  removed  Korea from thecla;,s oi neutral nations  several weekd ago. J. H. MoMullin of j  of Pernio has been reappointed chief j  license inspector. I  Uurlod at Ciestou.  j  j, The funeral of Mr-j. Ernest- Hiiner-]  Iton, who died in Jlaxford, Mont., last  *.��.&, took place in. Cre&ton Sunday.  The burial coromouy was conducted  by "fi.. B. 5. Taylor of Moyie, and the  Hsidcnlsof nearly the entire place  followed the remains to tha cemetery.  Mrs. Knnerson was a sister of Mrs.  Long of Creston, and her parent; reside in Port Hill, Idaho.  '  L&GAL  NEWS,  Tomatoes,''" Sugar Corn,  Selected Teas,  Refugee -Beans,   ,  Golden W ax Beans-  Anchor brands are; standard goods and  'of the finest Quality.   Give them  a trial and he Convinced.    -     _  J. H. Hawke has begun hia annual  ice harvest.  Get your spring suit made by Foote*  the tailor  'l^SSSSSS  !S5 S2322SB2SSSi?iflii3SS  School Inspector's Kopoi-t.  The annual report oi the' schools  ol  Biitish     Columbia;     is   at   hand.    A  ,     1-n     '      y,   ,���-i I review of the report shows  that   there  Mrs. Cronin and  children   returned M^uw 01  from,Spokane Sunday  Flour   is   rapidly   rising   in   price-  thoiieht to be due to the wftr.  i*vorca iruiu. mc i,ia�� ��*���.���*��-�����  thought to be Que iu niu vr.ti, <  ���mdmakca   her   auc avowed   ally   of |     ^ g 1 1Cimbferiey   {s   visiting  J:ipan.    it is tbis dbnslruction   of   tae h ^    ^    j    j!(J.  dispaich   which   is   5ivinR   fc'ecretary   �����^  nay ereat coucem. * ^"      - ' M    ie  MqiM  The treaty between irr-nce and Eus-       J. a. iia -ej   i j  ,;, provides that ffliS,1b^fe.tUsrn��iiiy,,ltond1uEtho/,.30ui.s of   the   >s.Ucr  it  ���/�� --*;  * K '  CAPITAL ^Authorized) S'SS'sSo  CAPITAL, (Paid  Up) S'mo 3$  BEST..: *-,W0,.n-  'S-vifiAD'OF^ICE, TORONTO,   ONTARIO.  * -  JS; fE.'lEAY, Assistant Ceu.^lanager.    v^ . 5>UI    a,, 01  ���   VI"fCRAIBMOOK BRANCH necs 1Wl..���w.  ^ A^BAVirrGS 1)EA?.TME-^T���1 uteiest allowed on deposits  v.  -s  power, Franco can have no other  course than to join Russia in opposing  Japan and Koiea.  A precisely similar agreement exists  between Great Britain and Japan. If  Kraoce decides to aid Russia, then  Great Bnfiin nu��t come to the a^iat-  ance of ' i,��an  i " ST^DTaftVaold, avaikblo in dl  p.uts   of   Canada,   United   S^tat  ,v .'.'"S^EuroFO.    Qpecial attention ci vou  and  "{��'���  JcDtJ  .��..,'.- .'*.  to collections.  F. H. MARSH, Manager.  ���.uAjtash &" ***  ., V?.  *  BllllAJIi)  :iWH)iSc  The IvsJJldoi List jesro bookings for on= oi our compare?, -- .ic  Anglo-American-is now to hand and amply beam oat o;:r p.eviou,  btatcments. that we work at J.OJJlTAiiL-B and ADEOl A U- ��U-.  sufliciont to give us a REASOKA13LS worlunj: profit. Ujl ^*  theii INCREASE in incomo amounted to nearly H'' ,,;"'.,,'  ihey deehued and paid the!r USUAL])! YILH''InD Ol' ' i5"' < - '���*-  In   tho   ev.'i'.t   'if   a  Secretary Hay is unablo   to   see   how  the United States can long avoid  giv  iog offence to one of tho   powers   in  volved.    Eo wpecls   lh  come in tho Philippine?,   which   will  be the center of the   war   zone,   lhe  vessels oi all tho   nations   will   freelj  us-j the Fbilippir.s I'o-ts and   ho   be-  liev��s theie will ultimately be mure or  log.*,     serious   trouble.    The   Russian  ambrsJ.uIor and the Japaassc minister  were informed of Minister Allen's   advices when they called at tbe state de  .trday for Spo .aae. where   they   will  remain for some time.  Glen Gampbell and wife have moved  1 to Cranbrook to reside. Mr. Campbell  is holding a position with the Robin-  son'-UacKbiu'ic Lumber Company.  D. J. Elmer hn- been confine.'', in  the Cranbrook ho->pital liirough sickness durin? Uie pnat vvoek, but exppots  general    '*-ar, ;     ^ ablQ ^ ^^ t6 Moy,e h; a   f(,vV  (IflVP.  Snow lias been  falling  steadily _ for  ure few schools in tlie province more  favorably commented on by the inspectors than the iloyic, school. U.,  \V1ls0n, inspector, for the Kootenays,  deal:: with the Moyio scliool iu .this  way:-  "IMoyis.���-Inspected October 22,  1DCS2, and March 8rd; il'03j.S9  pupils pi-esent. fUrte'd irhproVe-  Diontln first clii:isidu; Hianiial  ��� r.'ork-e:'!oeileht; oral part bf course  to be more closely fullowed ; enn"-  clition of second division in March,  under another teacher, also showed advancement; language and  number good; lessons carefully  presented. Floor of school house  should b'e scrubbed more frequently."  It mayuot be amiss here to .-ay tlyit  ih" reason the '.locr of the school was  not !\iOie fretiuently scrubbed wai ou  itwount of rhe lack of funds furbislied  by the government for this purpose.  And of this lact Mr. Wilson is well  aware.        -   [rg��gs^33i  METAL' ' MARKET.  . Nkw York���Bar silver, 57J cents  Lead, St.-i.G5. Copper, $13.75. Zinc,  (spelter) $5.05.  LoxDOX-^Lead,".fill  15s.  Willi^ l)t'Ia.V��ii tli���� Tratri  H. \V. Ross, win d >>s little   literary  stunts wlifni he li-n   ndthing  el*je   to  do, in   speaking ci-    t'10   c uise of   tlid ,  train   bring   late,   s.i'.d wlhen hi   tCTii  tlio other  day: '  "Just as the engine was doihfi it  round ri ciirvc at Backtrack Joed  ranch tin* dtSgui p'm c.mio oiit of Lhe  din<*v.'liacku**.' and let the kerdeyU  down on thecauiw.iy of the kurphnik- ,  er. Jn aoo^ier jiffy the w 11 nie thing  would have jotie kerlhimix had hot it  Siwash on the running gear of a City-  use headed us off. The engineer bon--'  rowed a kingbolt and some bailing  wire from'a rancher and fixed the,  tbe thing up just as  good   a a  it  ever  now  :cet en ihi ieve.  , 1. -   ; i  con-  j.  :n  trouble   toi^eveiftlday!  pact ,��"  sideiably over tv,x       _  town. Sodeepis.tbQCccvv outhejee  on the lake that there baa been _ little  or uc skating this winter It ,-3, &.:o  hainpering the  wcilr  of   puUiug   v.p  ic?.  Frank V/iley isr-gam in trouble ia  raconia. This time lie passed a bogus  if 10 cheque.    Wiley is a bright young  Tl��o  Fli;��:tor:  ;iio   idllbwiug   comparison   of  the  !pa:tau-:it   today.    Neither  1.,!.'. * 0f j man  and at one fn.io held a good   po-  u-lilera,:h the far  cast is  out   of  the  oMiiary,    It'.is   from' tlie 'Toronto  !5-toxid:/v;' -���/���..���:-.;.        . /:,;���;. ;���-,.  VThe^apa hiive0^; Htlls .country vand  are land Vhunjjry.    ' ;���   ' ���_ :     ...  VsTheRussians have tho 'grcftter   half  o'f:;a-ii Europe and AsiU  and . 'ureyland*  j surteited.  was.  Writer Company's >��acf.it>s.  The stockholders of the Mbyte  \Vater Co. held their annual meeting  last Monday, February 22nd. After'  tho regular business was transacted  the following officers were elected :  j. A. Harvey, President;  A. P. rilacdonald, Vice-president)  J. P. Farrell, Secretary ;  V. Desauluier. Treasurer. .  P. F, Johnston. O.F.IJesavildier and  lid liill are also directors hi ti:e com*  pany. The company feels well satisfied with   the   progress   made  during  ARNOLD & ROBERTS  GRANiniOOK, IJ. G.  this feature of U:fe  their visit  iititation   nrior   to  sitiou iu a r'pokanc bank.    He is   well  known 111 Moyie, having lived hue for  s.uvcr.11  >ontl;s.  Mi'-iHoiHi-i-M. tlu'  (���!���!   -o:t.iilice.;  GENERAL 'NEWS   MOTES.  ���-***r!!  -i-rr-^r  If you want anything, stylish and neat ��0 to  "V -jr ^f   yf  \  )   s.  Q  ilLiij 00  Cl1urs.11 .-0 i'i-vl <���*.'"  1  Mundjy .School at  i\.   m.'   KvohIsi,?  , service   at ' :;50.-Tc;xt--"Jor:rp�� =rjkl >  ^0.10 uclcomc^ j>ft5iori j --o| no per Tt     .rao al pro,-  ut in force is  HI   a .ton.    lhe   rate  j 11   riiic   is  the pact year,and i'.( aU   goes   well   it  The Japs are concsntrated^.^ . j expects Lo l'c fc.positior. tc -jay c, diVi-  The Russians a:e"epread-out.'   ^ ;.'���'.'..   dend r-itl::ri a shcrl time.  The- Jd��i^ iiti."i3laiii!er" c'ati; 20f.fi'.r,:-  cr,   fi. !i>;u!-i5-5*-tcr.  lai-dlabber; "-ut  ���     The C. 1'. 1'.. ba*: made   a  new  : from Diiudou to loi 1, Fansiu, for  rate  line  1?  rsis?. 10  4 fX  TT9'*'  'CilV  'A  ���y,^'y ''..���*' v^�� ^  ��� 7' irC ���*.- ,'y.--.. ��.<^\. -^-u ^  furnishers.  .      ^     ._ "v^    1.  *w^*    "    '        ".'Ml   __.��_^j-w��i  \  The C0?i1;ral Hoteie  .>-.'���, ��� -jt.: ::.:  IJ.**'*^.     a'i'J"'  -V,  Lav ���(,   s.-.i'iple  :;Cvi:  ;J..i i-i coii.iCfllor.  with house for cc.ir.uerci.il num y.-^e':'  of accommodation:'.  Ii -o  T5  if!-.'  <r>  >..-.), /-  ���fionyiai Jind ivjJ:i1.i<J  iV^eP  ��� A  wi  ifrom Siimlois !o   Rc^nnn  [$!;�� a ton,  i      iti-i   autlzo.iii-.f'ly  .tat* cl   tli.it   tbe  'ollicciyf  rol.l   con-mii'ioncr, jjo-cin-  lllCill I't-i'iH il,!  j ii.c.-.c.l ri'i::; T'-'t  1 within a ihc.-t I  jCrar.br 1  towns 01  L'c  vill  ml.  ������ll   ��ivo  .* 'i^O .*.:���.  ���"tt'i'lo  to  ii.r     Th:  v -,i'.***UMC o/er   tlw   othei  - d.st/ki th't 3hoi'ld be   oi  jn.uchadvaiU.i^t^tl'S^^^- ,  1 The =o:)ir.i'-t for Ibi* e:c'OLicn ol l-^o  itrariv.ay '.jt the -'luo imihc near  Jd-.i ha. boon let to Tablet V Cc  ITi'uom 'lh-- l!.unv.v.j will; be  'i'i1  ing,. a nftvr.1- -"*3 v:e  The Rum p\ a  clodding .fighter.. ; .���;,. .... .,.,:.-  ���  " Tbe Jan is t3glitiuc,iii his. own   back  yard."' ������'''..'���.      , .    v,������  TheRu^i';,h^hti::g   /Wc   thousand  miles fi'Oiii'-ioir.c..'��� ...v   .,-.'  Tl'eViipia a teetotaller,  ���The J-'.uca is a hard drinker;  The Jap has-short leg--..     ���,  Che Russ hiis'long' ones,  The Jap lias   the ��� *jyu.path;  li'liahniaii, o^ the Yahkec; of most of  -.TTviia a-=' ����'��� MJ^CMg"* ':rJO**t ���*"���"  L-twcWr  Cr.uil.rook .���.���.''.������.���..������  Civilisation. '..,'���.       ���  The Itt-s-3 hao few friends outside  Ins  country,   has. incurred    the  hatred of the world- wide Jow,  Th3scr;!  cf a piii may  ���liuso  qul':t,u  a  i'IO  %2%M^^&^  .-..    ID-1.    v'!   "  ilood VIH;!0;'  ;uul !i''���-'-  i-'-.r  <ood   M'.bies'and  bar.  .a.-;-;   :..i   ������' ' ��� ���     - ���  n,.  1 Ot       -1.  , ,.  I -bout ,. mile in i.'Pgth.    The^.i.rk   ot  |;,,ui���,rl,l.tll-.M..>.U"il:ort!ie   -1..J"-  iTtieinte.itKm rl the pal ties who   h.iM'  Uralor.    Jtibtas =00.1   a,   pussitdo     .10  I ,u;no js.t'j be put in a m-oducti'.e :-i-..i..  loss 0; alimbdr oven death wlien.blood j  iiuisoning reciilts Iron: tlio inUiry. Al ,  'dauqbr of this may be avoided, how- |  ���������ver"; by promptly applying Clniniber- |  i.iin'a Tain Uahu. It  ;'-.ul   iuieciuallcd  Unlment for cuts,  bruise   and   burns  hir sale by AA dri-gsii'ti'.  ia ,uv antiseptic j Sffl-.jj'oves AU fiaVyi' ftfiS adds-fj.-  s a mid-, healing    ^g' (ioalfhfuIfissS of the food-  ..../..'        '  u��|cs:  PmKINGI  FOWDEri rt< iSMmmm.  'Tmimms^!..  .', / ,r\,-.' W^L*-j.*i-^r? "^ t X J C*:.'.-  -ii!li����'  ��<&!����*���  If  L'JN-THE, FORUM OF JOSTiCE.      s  Pass, pass, pass!, Thou hast had thine h>Jur s1,1'  To sow: in.'sjr.d, rcap."i Is it thistle or Cower?1 ':'-.���*  *'iis   the   teed 'is. at''-fault',' tjioug-'h' Jove's  hand -  eta-id the sho*.ver. ��� ' ���, , : ,' ,;  :'  Mate vray for thy cbmrido with double ti-ij-;do\Ver.  Halt,halt, halt!   There vriii -given thea grace    .  -To besp'n'v,-ith the .'best aid their records efface,  ���..'.  Bed  thj;. iKtndals been ' vrinsei.- ',iiStcp;':/pewni;'fTon).  '������; the-raice;.,''   ���'���.   ..'������    ,   '��� ".������",'':..'���',; . ' '  Oce eWiiter'than thou itt'walii .ran itTthy pte'ee.  .Cease,, cease,'' cease 1; Thou 'hast, had thy/ chance..;. ,  Must' a Pallas attend .thee .to ward, oSmiscliaDcet '.*  Let {aUstby ,-vaiii weapon;- a .'thousand .-advance,,  , To. rush;on.and conquer With'thiVbroken lance. ���.���������''���<  ������.s���.'���.���'���������'���'' -^-Orace Deiiio Litchfield ;in<Qenturj\s.'  o*<y*<y<<>*<ye-o^-oQ-*-o-*<>-*'G'*<>*^*Q  m  6  I BI TEE LYCEISATB J  Y   A Story of One Who Married For   *f  (j Wealth and Beauty. Cj  6*��-&��<>^<>K>K>*<X>K>��-0*-<>*-0-��-<>'<3  There is n valley amid the Yorkshire hills known as Coverdale. from  whose slopes, long years ago, came  pious Miles, who translated the Bible,  and who was called by the simple folk  Miles of Coverdale, after tho place ot  his birth.  Very calm and peaceful the little dale  lies��� tinder the shadow of the great  hills.' whoso summits are purple in the  sweet suiimierlkle with their royal  mantle of fragrant heather, and where  the   curlew   aud   the   golden   plover's  oin world atmosphere, in the time that  might have been ipid is not.  lie closed his sketchbook, with a  sigh, and turned to tlie white rob��-d  loveliness of his wife \vitb a murmured apology for having kept her waiting, and then together they passed  down the avenue that lead? to the road  again.        ��� !  But he was very silent, and his wife  felt tired and just a little cross. She  liked to be petted and coaxed and flattered, and latterly Wilfred had been  too serious to suit her gay fancies and  too absorbed In new ideas for hl9 boob  to pay her the attentions she loved so  dearly to exact from every man and especially from her husband.  "Let ns go home to town." she said  suddenly. "1 am so tired of roaming  in this out of the way place. Wilfred,  and there Is still so much going on, 1  hear. You must have got lots of Ideas  now. I am sure." She laughed gleefully as she spoke. The murmur of the  streets seemed already In her ears, and  the flash of silks and jewels came over  the,sunlight on the grass.  He paused a moment. "Will you not  come on a little farther"/" be asked  kindly, yet a little wistfully. "There  are some lovely, places in the dale, and  you would be Interested In them, I  think."  But she shook her head until the diamonds In her little ears twinkled like'  dewdrops. "You know I? am not Inter-,  ested," she said petulantly. "1 hate  those old people who perched castles  LOVE AND  NATURE.  Dear   Love,   when   sr>rlnij   l.ns   come,   all   nr,ture  v/akc-s  And from her languid lids (ho landa^e take?  To look with wondering c*ies upon the worl.i.  The trees unfold their robes of sihery grcci.  And thrill}- insects from the blossoms glean;  Each blrdling tads a rr.ate tctn foi.d and trje.  '      And I, dttr Love, have you.  Dear tore. In Euinmer tine etch lengthened day  To harvest fields'a tribute rich must pa?  Of sunshine packed in grains ot yellow com.  The earth J* weighted with the season's store;  No creature, tree.,nor vine can ask ior mere.  Mature has satisfied each .bird and bee.  Has g-iven you to me.  Dear Lcne, chill fall dpth paint in colors rare  Tbe forests and the fields that soon grow bare     ���  A3,winter clasps,them to her icy breast.  Nature must wake and work and rest awhile.  Must sleep and "cry, perchance, as well as smile;  And nature, life and love are ono, I know,  Because I love you so.  ���Anne C. Steele in Harper's Baza*  ���$0*��0*0*O*��0*��0****0*O**O**O.*O**0*��  I CHILI SAUCE  HOW BARSTOW BROWN  AND ELVIRY RICHARDS  CAME TOGETHER.  ����������������o*��o**o**o**$>o**o^o��*o*o*o*��  The hoax hold art 13 the only dower  I can bring- nave myself to him I wecL  Can you find the roof tod earn the flour f  Thsr. I can mak�� house and sweet white bread!  ���Harper'*.  The last scarlet bar of the gorgeous  autumn sunset was fading out behind  the tall   poplars  along Turkey' creek  cry   alone   break   the   gentle   stillness t       Qf bm_ flnd eXpect ypu to   when  Barstow  Brown'* creaking old  that rests over the little worldn beyond  the haunts of restless activity and hurrying life. " i  There is'no railway In quiet Cover-  dale, no town to" which the (country  folk may wend their way, no shops save  the,wonderful village emporium, where,,  everything in a vi-ry small way. may be  obtained, but where few fashions come  to startle the gayer minded of the  'maidens, er strange new devices In  'neckties to dazzle the vision of the ,  country lads.  To peep into the world necessitates a  journey under the shelter of the lone  hillsides, along bonny  lanes,  Intwined  with   pink' and  creamy  tinted  honey*  suckle, and green with waving ferns;  past the quaint in'n, whose (sign is'ft  famous but long ago race horse, called  in* the   cauny   Yorkshire   tongue   the  Lady Bah, and, finally, across the moor  Into  horse -loving   Middloham,   where  are people and-shops, anil 'many inns  with  curiously   painted  signposts���the  Black Swan and its brother, the White  ���'. Swan, and many others too.    '  But down Iu Coverdale there Is a  beautiful old church; set like a jewel  In Its surrounding of stab-ly trees and  blossoming hedges, with the quiet  greenness of -Jod'a acre'lying.stretched  about lt. and the singing of nature's  choristers in the sweet air around���a  place of peacefillness and repose, where  earth's burdens may fall l>om one for  �� little space and heaven's benlson light  softly on such of Its children as stay to  pray and think awhile.  There is a quaint lych gate at the entrance, to the holy spot, a carved halting place of oak, set tenderly by some  good man of the dalespeople���n squire  of the olrlen days, who, loved his home  and his ueighbors and hi3 Cod full  well. I tliink, and souerbt to'.beautify  the church in which he nnd his had  worshiped so long.  And  down  the  fair avenue of trees  within the precincts and past the quiet  "church  He  the' remains of  what  was  " once   the  proud   abbey   of  Coverdale,  where the monks said masses and cul-  ' tlvated   their  garden   and   tended  the  souls and bodies of the poor and needy  In the dale.  It is a beautiful spot in a beautiful  countrywide, and so thought a man  who viewed lt lovingly and pointed put  all Its changeful lights and shadows  nnd all Its pretty peepir of Cold and  '���. river,,to his wife.  The.v bad only been m.irried a little  while.-8: few short weeks, and had  el'*cted to spend , their .honeymoon in  gome of the quaint comers of Finland;  hence their journeying thither to this  sequestered nook anion? the hills and  tbe far stretched moorlands in their  veiling of regal purple. Tho man loved  It already with the artist love which  . sees the beautiful so quk-ldy and feels  It so strongly." and the woman���well,  she saw the beaut le?. too. but slip was  growing a little weary of pretty sights,  and she was very pretty and spoiled herself and perhaps a little jealous of admiration wasted which might have  been diverted homeward.  So she stood by the quaint relics of  the abbots and mailed knights at Coverdale. where two quaint forms guard  a doorway as perchance their orlglnala  guarded some stronghold hi tbe old  fighting days loiijr gone, and her white  gown fell over the. gray stones and  gleamed against the red and orange  nasturtiums In the garden which surrounds the old walls arid arches, and  she wondered if her husband had nearly finished his sketch .and whether they  should stay at Middlehnm for a day or  two or go on farther to WoiiNleydale.  "lam rather tired of admiring places,"  she said-to herself a little Impatiently,  ���-and, then, I never can remember who  lived in the castles and abbeys. How  uncomfortable they must have been'"  And then���for she was only a very  young bride, too���she felt sorry for  ''having be-on impatient, even in her  thoughts, toward her husband.'and she  turned to speak to-him. with an even  sweater smile than usual on ber pretty  tips, for her husband was a genius In  fals way, a thinker and an author, and  every one had envied her when she  married him in spite of tier wealth.  Ah. there  was u  pitiful  ring lu the  story���poor and  nameless,  but clever; j  beating hlmpoif to pieces In. his eat-er ,  attempts to  win   fame single handed. |  rand rich and bemitiful the woman with j  the falrylike figure and exquisite face j  j-^wlio had given the man her gold. J  " "������*!����<���}���, 'ib. a more pitiful note still, and ;  "'������MtSI" remembers that someone has;  $fr.j^V��fwg ��f-r�� talked of this very spot, '  *-���. .���vwc-i.T.rj, QUUlut surroundings and  Its  climb up 'to see them.    Do let us go farm wagon turned the corner of the  back." road  which  Led to his lonely and  IU  They had reached the lych gate now, kept home,  and a girl was entering lt from the oth-, "There's the light a-burnin already  er side, where their carriage���his wife's Id Mis' Elvlry Richards' window." he  carriage���with Its beautiful bays, stood commented.    "It does git dark awful  waiting.   The sunlight fell on her quiet early nights now.    Seems, like hern's  black gown and her soft hair as she the  cleanest  kep'   an the cheerfulest  passed under the quaint oaken "struc- lamp In the hull township."  ture, and then she lifted her eyes, and And indeed It did seem to,, Illuminate  a sudden light flashed into them and with Its friendly radiaDce the little one  then died very gently again. story house,hy the roadside.   It looked  The man's  face grew white Iii  the like a beacon���a star,   lt made Farmer  shadow of the leafy elms, but his wife Brown think in admiring but unformu-  chattered ou iu her high, pretty  voice lated fashion of a steadfast love��� pure,  and noticed nothing of his pallor.    And    unwavering,    brilliant     "      "  J  then, as they met, he advanced quietly  to meet the girl as quietly as If they  had never parted in bitter, bitter sorrow, the one brave and ready to sacrifice herself for his sake, the other, as  he said to himself bitterly enough, a  coward and a craven. And now they  met again In the soft sunshine ofthe  autumn day, with the tirst few leaves  It attracted  him. It drew him���the worn and  harassed body.and soul of him. Unconsciously he tightened the reins. But it  was not until the plodding horses  stood still In response that he wondered whether he might venture in  and what ev.cuse he'could glve'for his  visit. .    '  Huddc-bly   he   lifted   his    head    and  falling,  golden  tinted, .from  the  trees    euiffed���once, twice.   Then he hurried  around.'with the blue, bright sky over-;   \y twisted the reins around the whip  head and the purling of a little stream  somewhere near, under 'the old gate-  wny that loads to the house of prayer.  She spoke'"to bitn" very calmly and  quietly, and he introduced her to his  lovely wife, and she told the stranger  stock and clambered down from the  high seat. Swiftly, soundlessly, excuse and encouragement had come to  him���In the guise of an odor at that. '  "Chili saucel If she ain't a-makln  chili sauce"'  He was hurrying up the  goon looking fellow 15 years ago!   Tier  glance, that was keen if kindly, r.oied  | *all things���the shirt, with the baud all  1 gone; the coat,  with holes at  the el  bows;  more  than all,  the  hollows ��t  i-iils temples and In hl*3 cheeks.   Thosfc���  ' and the weak tears that came Into his  eyes!   She busied herself writing out  the reclpe-*<rnd. talking. -.  "It ain't any too easy,-1 gue'ss, with  only Susie. She never was a hand to  look after children, an there's three  to your place. 1 expect It ain't been  like home since��� since Cyrilla went  away."  Barstow Brown was silent. It had  not been a happy home before Cyrilla  died. But he could not tell Miss Richards that. No, nor any one else. Only  he had meant���had honorably meant���  to ask Elvira to marry him before the  pretty, painted, flippant little city girl  had come down to the country town  and taken his fickle heart cap'.ive.  "Here's the receipt, an here's the  jar. Yes, you must take the big one,  an���why���Barstow!'"  Tor there was a look In his eyes she  had not seeu since those happy days  before Cyrilla aired her city, graces on  Turkey creek.  "I'm a good deal of a failure, Elvlry," said Barstow Rrown. "I don't  know but you'll turn me out when you  bear what 1 been wantln to. say ever  since It would be right an proper to  talk that way. But the farm's a good  one, an the house could be made the  best hereabouts If 'twas fixed up right,  an the children"���-. 'l  "They're dear children!" .declared  Miss Elvira, and she meant if.  "Well, they like you awful well.  You  alius was a one to git around youngsters.    I���I"���he dropped  his eyes���"1  gue.-��s you .know whar 1 mean, Elvlry��� ���  what I want!"  "Of course 1 do!" she ctied cordially.  ''You   want  the,   receipt   an   the  chill  sauce."  "Now, Elvlry!    You know  1 want���  you!"  "Well, you got to take them if you  take me!" Her tone was delightfully  coquettish.   "1 got one ia each baud!"  Fie stared at her, eager, half Incredulous.  "Do you mean It���really? . There's  been others"���  ��� "There's been others," Miss Elvira  agreed complacently, '"but���1 haven't  took any of 'em���have IV There���now.  Barstow Brown! Do behave! 1 reckon 1 might git ready in three weeks,  but���your team will be clean froze  waitin. Oh, Barstow. 1 didn't think  'twas In you to act so dreadfully silly'.  Land's sake, look out! Let rue set down  this Jar of chili sauce anyways! There  -now���go! It'll be nil of Si o'clock  when you.cet home���Barstow Brown!"  --Chicago Tribune.    "'   .  How  to bo  h��l*pv.-Ki-M�� vour  torn-,  ,���,.        Cum   n  liL*->   k.ioulpdKC i'^'1"  (]l.-       M.ik.<   f..w  [,.-.*:��.>-���"*.   mid  '*P<-Hh  i,       .   <;i*.,*   ful!   ni-a-mro   .u.i.1  iust  bl��1.tllI^'���,-     Con*.-nl  1 ITnv.-  cloth'  OIil"'-  coui'ai;'.'     to    wi-.,j-  uiiiil     y.jii  cuii   !.,  Think   of   hi u-n n   i  0'l|<  tin",'-'  purpose and r.trosig iu.;,..  tli"  iu-l  11 u-.ii  ��� h   with  to. c.o in mo  nioii fqilv  ill; 'I  i\  ��-ut-ioin.   'jU'i  .'Eecau'ticniS'/rt    ...   ,.,    .  *''cautious' of rerorung.it  Uo     gijOtl     to    nl!.     t!.n*  keep     thy     ������j-iri-K:.*-    n:M . ..  i.O'w   to  con:-, JiiK"5       Count   vour  i.j*,yi.,  "hi-iiir/nif?! om w'ba.t you ar-* not fit  v.n wishnig for it  Vlif:  EVERY WIUSCU  mm  iiip,  i^!i��S��5ppSatJ<l, 'Ta  M|#ipilask,'',vi  v^Sipstfe'iovik  lliilfev^  -:.,,::5---..,,LCI'7l.-/I;f.. uti tu-jyiti*l.ii}v:f,T;   .     .  Injury  to  Brain op Nerves, Deficiency of  Nerve  Force Blear*  Paralysis   and   Helplessness.  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  km  ���m  ���iwm  Ksge  ���.'krii  Every muscle of the body controlled 'bv "the will is connected with the  brain, and''every muscular action is  originated by nervous force, generated in tho brain and transmitted  along the nerves to  the muscies.  When the nerves are Injured or diseased,   when  there  is u deficiency  In  por  th'e,   supply  of nervous energy,"   paralysis,   locomotor   ataxia     or    soiuu  form of helplessness results because  the brain no long-er has control of  Uie muscles.  It may be, weak a heart action, inability to digest food, failure of th-;  lungs to purify the blood or impaired action of any of the vital organs,  but the cause of troublo ia with tho  Dr  felt  be-  vi-  nerves.  The      restorative     action    ol  Chase's   Nerve  Food    is    soon  thioughout  the    entire    system,  cause   it restores  the  vigor  and  t-Uitv  of  the ncrvfe���fills  them  with  new'nerve  force,  ,th<>  vital   power   of  the  bodv;   weakness,   nervousness,  ritaluluV, f.K'ep'ios'.ncss find  low'spirits  disappear  ui.d     new  enerjry    c.ud  strength take their j,laco.  Mrs. D. Ardiess, Brand..r, yln  writes :���"My son, aged fourteen, uii  little girl of .three years, v.-c-rc* 'both  stricken with' St. Vitus' L'.T.re, i"nrs  doctor told us what the uilnn-rit wa9  but could not keep them P. m k,:\\[7u<\  worse- and worse, so whe;.- J r&ceued  a book about Dr. Chase''j ISeiveFocl  I decided to buy it. Tlie toy Lad lost  eighteen pounds In two mor.lis, and  could scarcely take hold of ar.yt'h^.  The little girl lost the powcr cf h��  toiiffuo, and could scarceh  speak. .  "i now  take pleasure    m   statin?  that. theyr are both" qu:te  w..-t],   j^  you would never know tlu*re had cc-ei  anything   the^ matter.   Th<j  by/ has  gained twenty-live pounds .in \\ci?Lt,  I  am very thankful V'.e.o .�� sucn  &  medicine on  the  rnaikct,  dt.u that I  happened  to get  tbe little ocok jus;  when I did.   It.  p.it came in tin:? &j  though- it bad boon ;r-r.t on purpose."  Dr.   Chase's'-Nerve  Food, jo  ccnn  a box," 6 boxes  ior Jo.50, ut all dealers,  or Edtnan&on,  Bates & Co , Toil- jronto.   To   protect   you   f.-oi-j  lr..na.  ' tior.3,   the  portrait nod slirru.uire 0!  [Dr.  A.  \V.   Chase,  the farr.-0.15 rwipt  Ibr.ak author, 'are on ever/ box,  Pal  Fail  a  REL  ifhrKiim'iri-'^f.ii-ii..  PIlfethfcbNe  ptfMiWfir.J  p;5sMg��Itk''  ''rfc^grl'hiS T  0MMisi:Aiy  ��teXcifc:>v<  'WMMtiiOO'-.  _p''';  work"  ;   ''���^��^K-uu^.vt.^-(?A'hT*.  ,;#r^Pa'  '���iK;-(ppfepIU>'V.*  ;'fe!Ssg^trionej  ilyMlpibout  MSBill'i-  wfeymm-A--  teffi*Stemsi[p4rtec t  Vipi'iMfm  ^0^mMmmMP: '������'  |lifi��^Sii*ii'  Wln-n a ci.l prop<'ii-s to hr-r n-Iiow  thl'i yi'.ir ho can turn U>>" Uil.li1*> u.i  h.'i- nnd f-o'mpcl her tb fnf* th.* ni.pu-  .i-'kiog  perils  How   Well*   l \iit tc   *urliie*.  Thf great olork of Wells ciuiicdral !n  r.nghiiid was built lu Kl^'j for 'Jlaston*  luiry .-ihi.^y  and  ran 2.'i*.j >..::. Wfor*  JELP ONE ANOTHER';  ���V.N lNTERESTINO CHAT WITH REV. I  r. match Err.  nr 01 ice in her pretty, petulant voice of short'path to the front door, at which  her wish to so hack to town and  Its be knocked. "I'll tell her'l want the rc-  gnyetlos.   only   Wilfred   wouldn't,   he celpt  for  Susie  Rcilly  to  make Pome  was so cross.                 ��� by. That's the ticket! Oh. howdy. Mis'  But  the  girl  smiled  so  gently  and Richards!   I wns goin home from mill  spoke so soothingly that the little la- an   the   nicest    smell   r-orne   a-floatin  dy's wrath melted away,and she laugh- down  the  road!   Seemed  's  if   I   was  ed like a merry child and straightway back  in   mother's  again',  an  she  was  invited her new friend to pay them a puttin up chili aartee."   lie sighed and  visit lu town. moistened  his lips at the recollection.  "We  will  go  tomorrow,   won't   we, ��*So I thought I'd come lu an (lnd how  Wilfred?" she snid laughingly, and the you make lt   Our ripe tomatoes ain't  grave  faced  man   answered  that  her  will'was law.  "Yes; we will go tomorrow." be said  when the girl had answered that ahe  never went to town now.    Her father  all gone yet.  Maybe Susie Rcilly could  Biake a quart or.so!"  Forty placid and benignant summers  had passed over the brown head of  Elvira   Richards,   hut  where   was  the  was old and needed her care, and she   gj,.| along Turkey creek  who carried  was quite content with her life in the *   -���  still countryside.  "1 have him, and he has me." she  said, with her peaceful sriille. and the  laughing woman before her could not  guess and would never have realized  that this gentle faced girl had loved  .the man beside her with all her heart  and soul'mid had passed through the  deep waters alone with her sorrow.to  take  up   her  life  again   bravely   and  wdl.  And then one of the beautiful horses  clali.ied   the   pretty   wife's   attention,  and she went'hurriedly on. leaving the  two together for a brief, moment In the  sunshine of the old, gate.  "Forgive.me, Enid!" he Raid brokenly.    "Ah. 1 have wronged you so. and  herself with more grace and dignity,  and What matron could boast such a  fivsh compieslon and bright eyes as  Bhe 7  "To be sure!" she cried heartily.  "You come right In, Mr. Brown." She  drew forward the heBt rocking chair,  with the Battenberg tidies on the entreating red plush-'arms.  " 'Tisn't inueb 1 need make. livin  alone as J do, but.."a good storeroom la  a line thing to fall hack on. You'd need  a lot In your bouse, ,I'm thlnkin. I'll  give you the receipt with pleasure, an1  R Jar to tak�� home for Susie to taste  by.  How does she get on. Mr. Brown?"  Barstow Brown looked around, the  bright little room, at the shining glass  lamp with the red flannel w'u-k. w-lilob  Food Vnlae��.  Ulanchcd almonds are the highest  kiiiJ of nerve or brain or muscle food,  having no heat or waste, pays n writer  in (iood Housekeeping. Walnuts give  brain or nerve food, muscle, heat and  .v.'iste. (Jrcen water grapes mv blood,  purifying, but of little food value. Blue  gi'npes are feeding and blood purifying,  but too rich for those who sutler from  the liver. Tomatoes have higher nerve  or brain food qualities: they are thinning and stimulating. .Juicy fruits give  more or less'nerve or brain.nutriment  and some few muscle food nnd waste.  Apples supply the bigher nerve and  muscle food, but do not give staying  qualities. Prunes afford the highest  nerve or brain food, supply heat and  waste, but are not muscle feeding. Oranges are refreshing and feeding.  (Jreenflss-contain nerve., and muscle  food, heat and waste. The great majority of stntt 11 fresh seed fruits are  laxative. Lemons and tomatoes aliould  not; he used dally ln"eold weather: they  have a thinning and cooling effect.  Raisins are stimulating according to  their quality.  I deserve your hatred, but forgive me    sl0od behind tbe row of fresh I v potted  If you can!" - ' .   -  Hia face was haggard, and his lips  whitened and trembled as he spoke the  few Htrained words  But she laid her hand In his very gently, as If to nay goodby to a dear, dear  friend forever. "1 have forgiven you,  dear." she raid. "1 may call you that  for this one lnwt time? I have forgiven  you everything, and God keep you,  ke��p you safely and lend you aright!"  She pHiiwad. and the great tears rose lu  her calm eyea and rolled down the pale  cheeks. She loved him so well still,  and the meeting and the parting were  very hard to bear.  And  then, with  one   last look,  she  geranium slips in the recessed window,  then baek at the plump, white aproned  figure opposite.  "Not too well. Mis' Richards. She's  kind of shiftless. It comes .natural to  some folks to be shiftless., Seenni like  the work alius 'keeps*'a hit ahead of  ber. Seems like Hhe can no more catch  up with it than���than she could with  u cottontail. But she means'well. ��� Most  shiftless folks alius means well. 1 got  to he movln." He rose reluctantly.  "The young ones, they'll be a-mlssin  mo."  "Land's sake, now, an you couldn't  Wait till I make you a cup of coffee?  No?   That's too bad.    Walt till  I get  passed  on   Into  the  loticllncKs  of  the    yon the chill sauce, anyhow.    What'a  still  graveyard  and  the rjulet dead  Kxchiinge.  Abj'ttfctnlnnn Expert-at ThtHchtnx.  'In describing A1 >>'*-,.-��� I ilia and Its  strange capital a writer in Pearson's  tells; of its mushroom growth as follows: A-crowd of workers appears with,  loads of .sticks some 12 feet high. These  are planted in the ditch to erect .the  walls, and a few more sticks are twisted in and out to ke'��'*p them together.  Now comes the preparation of the roof.  A number of men climb up Inside and  bind 'together more slicks like the'  frame of an umbrella. As soon an these  are in position they clamber outside  like monkeys'nnd set lo work to thatch.  For this purpose they bring great  bundle*" of hay and twine It tw*tween  the sticks. They are not ail art 1st ic nation, and ih".v have next to no Industries, bin nt thatching they are really  expert, and ihey turn out work which  would call for'admiration, even In a  civilized country. They do not trouble  to produce an elegant finish, but thla  often *tdda to the plcturesyueueso of a  cotiayu. . ........  John's Jinny  Same*.  The majority oMhe names that you  see on the signs of laundries or tea  stores kept hy Chinamen are simply  fancy names adopted for their auspicious significance. They are nlmply  mottoes, "having no reference to'.the  proprietor or the members of a Crm  whatsoever.  Every properly constituted Chinaman  has Ave name*; besides his surname or  cognomen. Tlie hist la Used and handed down from one generation to another.  Every male child born In China la  first called by.uls "milk name." When  he grOwfi old enough to attend school,  he taken a '"book name." When he baa  learned the mysteries of composition,  he competes for literary honors under  an assumed name, which Is Unally  adopted. When he successfully passes  hla examinations and obtains his degree, his equals address him by another, either coined by them or adopted by  him. At his marriage be adopts still  another,called "style."���Chicago Chronicle.  Would Hiwe to Borrow One.  Some time ago u well known barrister had under cross examination a  youth from tho country who rejoiced  In the name of Sampson, whose replies  were the causes of much laughter In  court.  "And so," tpK'stioned the barrister,  "you wish the court to believe that you  are a peacefully disposed and inoffensive bind of person?" ''  "Yes."  "And that you have no desire to follow the steps of your namesake, and  smite the Philistines?"  "No, I've not," answered tjhe youth,  "and If I had the desire t ain't got the  strength at present."  "Then yon think you would be un-  able to eope successfully with a thousand enemies and utterly rout them  with the Jawbone of an ass?"  "Well," answered  the milled Sampson. "1  might have n try   when   you  woman's warm  heart  of  Miss  Elvira    have done with the weapon/'���Spdrfl  Rlcliarda.   He had been such a spruce,    Moment*.   .  Uo 'AiM1!-**   X'coplo Should rfpt-ak , 1'la.lnly  When Their WurU* Will Deoent Others.  From the Recorder, Brockville) Ont.  K.'v. K. Hucki'it. general'* agent of  the African -Methodist Church 111  Canada, spent several days in Uroek-  villo r.ecotitly ui the' Interests 01" Uie  church worn. Talking with n reporter he said he always liked to visit  Brockvillc, because he found so many  of its citi'/c-ns in hearty svmpathy  with th*.: clu.rch ' work ho represents.  '���And besides, said Mr. Hatchet t. 1  haw what may bo called ri. fciiUukmi-  tal :i*asou for liking Biockvillo. it is  'iho home C>J a medicine that has done  me inner good und has done much  good to other member*, os mv faniilv  f ref.'i- to Dr UiHiair.s' Fink Fills."  "Would yiu mind," *asked tho ropor  t.*i*, "giving your avperiein-o with  Pr. Williams' Pink Pills V" "Not a'  all," said Mr. HatcheU. "1 always  say a good word tor thii medicine  whenever tho opportunity offers. 1  know some people object to spoakinp  in public about medicines they use  bi,t I think thLb is a narrow view to  take When    one    finds    something  really good and really helpful i.i relieving human ills, lt seems to mo it  is a duty we owe other sufferers to  put them in wny of obtaining new  health. You can say from mo thoro-  ."ore that I think Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a very superior medicine ��� 1  know of no other so good. My work,  as you may Judge, is by no means  light, I have lo travel a great deal  m the in lei est of our church work,  and it is no wonder that often 1 find  myself much run down, and alllicted  fihriosa with a g.ji.era! prostration,  ll 1* 0:1 occasions of this kind thai  I resort to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  and'I'can sny in all sincerity thai  they have never failed mo. The pills  have also been used in niy family,  and among my friends, and tho result? have always been satisfactory.  You may just say from ine that 1  think those who aro alllicted with  tiny of the Ills ior which this medicine 14 ic-co'.nnif'nd^d will make 110  mistake in giviritj Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a trial."  Tho Rev. Mr. Hatchctt'a home la  in Haimliou, Out., where lie is known  to mo'-.t. 01' the citl/ei.s and Rreatlj  'v,t,��*-wii'd  by  tho-io  w no know hhn.  ! it wa*" removed to Well-*..  Tbe striking" mechanism ot the clock  Is  very curious and e hi bo 1 ate.  J be re  the dial is a little hattleineuk-.l ttirw,  with four kuights on horsebiui., ofusi  with !ances,  standing gu:r..i round it.  At some distance from- the c!o<<;"Ks**li,  nenr lhe end of/the tran-.t*pt, !-:,a \\U  size painted figure, quaintly ns'h',wltu  a   bntilcnx in Its hand, .whi:*.* a^ido  tbe  cathedral   li   a  second  inrse dial.  guarded by two tall llg'ires of Liii^'t*)  In armor.  When the gilt star.-; point fo tht\liour.  the' painted figure (Jack Iilaiuliv::, as  hois called by the country people about  Wells, no one knows why) strikes tbe  quarters hy striking hi-3 !yeU ngaln't  two bolls behind him an-1 then toll-nhe  groat hell of "the clock hy Ftribln? it  with his baltleax. Tlie two slaiullni-  knights In armor strike Use outside bell  with their halberds, ami at tlio first  stroke of the great bell the four kri!{*Lti  011 horseback over the UiM'Io dl.t! str.rt  at a gallop aud rush round and round  the turret iu a mimic tteirn.v.mit. i'i  which one knight is thrown from Mi  horse and regains his scat lu out*-  ���revolution.  Mi^M^M^-7  jtil|l��VOT  ���flmmmp.::  S'?(Wt��':'i8$WMGfrv'T'''  Wsmm^mtorm  :'mm4mSmSmtik ����� *'  ftH^^��l*;c��  eyr.i  A  5Ja**ter of Sllenc**.  Among the few who have a perfect  genius for silence Is a certain v.e'.t  known artist whose reticence Is t!it  amusement and wonder of oil v,lo  know hiin.  A friend who had dropped Into IiU  Httidio one day was vainly t-nrteiivoriai'  to draw Mr. Ll. into conversation, ffben  the artist's brother appeared la the  doorway.  "Hello. Tom!" said the brother.  "Hello. .John!" returned Tom, looking  ap from his easel wllh a smile.  John wandered about the room for i3  minutes, turned over I1I.1 broilu'i's litest work and then, going lowarJ iw  door, * stopped long cuou;;h to wy,  "Well, goodby. Tom."  "Goodby, John," was the hearty r**-  Joinder.  Tom painted on for some nilciute*.  nnd theti iu an unwonted burst of cc.il-  dence he said warmly to bis umus^  friend:  'I toll you. I was glad to fiee  Johnl  id  that?   Could you come out to.the kitch  en   while   I'm   a-gettln   it?     Why.   of  course, Mr. Brown!"  Twittering and stepping briskly,  -Miss Elvira tripped' ahead, and Barstow 'Brown plodded after. lie was  aghast at Iii3,own temerity, but the  appetizing smell of the. chili sauce  drew him to the kitchen as the. white  brilliance cif the lamp had drawn biro  to. the parlor.  "My!" lie breathed and stopped  short. "This heats"��� tie was looking  ���around the gayest, coziest, most immaculate little kitchen he had ever beheld. From the black mirror of a  utove. with Its golden grin through the  opened draft, to the shining plates ou  the dresser, the row of crimson filled  glass Jars on the tabic, the dlshpan  that glittered like silver and the cat  asleep ou the braided mat. all things  bespoke Industry, energy, comfort.  Something In his attitude of timidity, hi his look of wonder, that was almost one of awe; in his neglected personal appearance, went straight to the  Oiirn   t ��>��� I.oit.it.  "You rciiu'iiihci soiiu-j; Carpb-y. who  n.-ic 1 in have nn aiiiluii.in lo be un ac  km. don't 3011V  "Yes."  "Well,   he's   pin ting  a   leading   rol��  ���  r-     .-.      "  now.  "You don't say so! P.j Ch-orgo, 1  never thought he b.id.it In 111mI"  "He's with an -l.'i.'de Tntn' company  and leads the bloodhound.-. In the street  pivcesslou.'lr-Chic.Mgn Times-1 lei aid.  Haven't seen him before for a inou:**-  ���London Ans_w.'.>r><           A   Synonym.  "Being  a   printer.   Mr.   ^'���'h''&"  the hotel proprietor, "maybe >ou     -  advise me.   l'want to get a s.,;n pain*  ed.  'Writing   Room   F--<'c  t(> I/"'  iron",' or*something like thai  "I   don't   like   'palruin.'"   "'���'���-���  Dash. , j���jt  "No?   Maybe tin I doesn't wind J"-'  right.   What would you Bugsc*"  " 'Victims.'"  ���isi^^^^^sxs t'l  pi^^pvhet  ^^mS:7  ^��Bi*#ipi<lua  ���AA0i��Mi^  j^iStSsfci^T ,��� 1  ^Mmcuro  pleS|qure.  #MiSSKs  :l':^:i:il:/.ki,li^i-*  vvjpipiifw  ���is^fsSai?iSfail  S/W^igfefnil  77A7mMArt  ;V;'SJ&j^pt.ho  'Amrnm^'i  ''���'���' '3$0&0iW: ��  y;y^f/*fimti\ptw  :.':#8fSp!%cou(  ykym'4iMtSi 1  (,��-!*  One   (arnlcful. f)i'��pi*n.l��nt. !  "This." said tlie guide, "is the grave }  of Adam!'". ''';...���   ' I  Historic spot! With reverential awe |  ��� nay, with a feeling of deep thankful- j  ncss���'the wealthy me'rehant tailor ou j  his'first trip 'to. the orient drew near |  mul cast n flower on tlie tomb. j  "Krrlng ancestor," lie murt wired, "1 j  Bhould be the last man ou earth to re- i  vile your memory. To your p,ln I owe j  my prosperity."-Chicago Tribune.  Doctors  first  pre.sefibcd  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ove  60 years  ago." They.use",  today more than ever,   incy  erry  f'-\y<itrp.  'X'!V-  v*-i  u-pnl  ���' ','thc  .. '^sen  ���'.:jo  s'y.01  "-' v"V.��-  A-  ."A  k;   .   JOI-I  ��������.' *Ta  tin.  to  '��� liv:  .   Th  >l     to  tic  aw  ''>  IteJIitoa.  Mrs. Nurlleh"! think I'll take this  bracelet. Are you sine It's made of refined gold?  .Jeweler��� Oh. ye*-.      .  Mrs. Nurlleh���lVc-mse I do detest  iinyfhlng that isn't refined.���Philadelphia I.cdgi.'r.  rely upon it for colds, cough*.  bronchitls, consumpt^1'  They will tell you how n  heals Inflamed lungs.    _  "1 h��rt �� rery t>Hd ooU(jh for ttty' ot^  Th��n 1 trl.d Ay..r1��phcrrr l'����'^-'ldx^  lnni;�� were ioou hoaledaudmi cout.  M U8. VKAttl.  2Se.,e0c, 01.09.  AU (lru��Kl��t��  V��'ork  Is  the soup,  fume  the entree,  nd oblivion the de*  .-iert of most Uv��*j,   Thei-t* l.*i no coftllal.  fortune the roast mid oblivion the des- I One AVer's PHI at bodtimv       tyg,  -    natural   action   no**   r"v -~  CO  us  *!  ''. <  ca  Wi  t^  Vi  hi  Ib  It  ti<  11  Vtl  !-.'C< r<^k,
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MOY5E, 3. C.
CAUSES  OF COLDS.
<■„■ • ,* fli
A/ATfl \£,t u.n«- .tiro in Loudon a preacher
'■'' ", "i ^\uA ilp?d in a Kttlr bit of saicasm cr.
/t^tL   £c&*lo*>ci     a  ^Ml  col«ct,oa
.^K,/V:a'!i«l lie d-tFir very r*pc-tl;v       v,nt.ri
WJ^'i'-ii'Viook at tho consrr-sfttion,    &a
<-X£ ;■-,:>'ask.  when; ere the'poor? a;
One. o« tlie >Jo»t Ce.in.uon oJ Tlicai I*
llntiT-K   Tab   Much.
The Invariable cau--e ,.f eold-i cornea
rrom within, not without. N<> one takes
cold when In a viscr^v.-- state of health,
with pure blood. coursb-'g tl.rru.jh the
  ,  t*odv, and there is no good reason why
• V.-ncr. I ! any ono In ordinary health should have
■STARTLING STORY   ,
:      OF MRS. ADAMS:
READING !N  BED.
\   • (f^ioizi    iliat   Ha*  B<ea   f^lia-vec!
hy   *!ari*r  Writcra.
!ot;r,-.ori   cold   p.os've.l   f nc*.-   lu   the
luiir-^ of ii U'li^ei-i.tic-D   in  which he
piuocj ti.p "A'i;,i>.rko\
! SlTi.k
*     i'Jt      twr*.        " * -'-'-■--      "-'         - r* -r
^"..'■^•P'lo'.k ax the collecticr. i
.    I .* tarc- ihc? rich-? •
Id he, ' i
nnd. when
■*\-ijiere
, .%j:fy,*> ,
PalpitationoftheHeart
faint or Dizzy Spells
4 and Nervousness
RELIEVED IK 30 MINUTES.
Sold  by   id*   dn.uRlsU--
,/^.&Furmer--Poor man, hero 9 a dollar
'-.Vtfllow ion*    have    you    been    ou. of
rwipt
riouttrii?   Pilgrim,   pocKeUnK
I   km   rememoor.
Knout  V .years
.;< '>*money—A3   nigh
■"- -vi,
i,,i^
,w..v  move's  tmis?
,'«,"f';"i' V. n,,,. Hundred Dollar* Reward for
^bA^;W« offernf°cl,a"rh that cannot be cured br
-. - -*,;», any case ol catarru  u-."
S-*'*rr       .    /..,.r-i,>iirc 1*. taken internally, act-
k£rlK.    Sold by nil pn.r«l.t».
Family r-llls are the beat.'
;f>f?f An .editor's pistol b*-imr stoh-r. he
^'Jr-g^dvttrtlBod that if, the  thief would re-
Ay&Wfiurn ii ho .would crlv.j him the cou-
*':iW^%n^. and no  questions nakeu.
■v^(^|KldnBy ExperiMsnt. - ih»
cn'i   UO
vheri   you've  rt!;
victim  of  'eonn
^^^n^if'tnnev   VVu,7"7A"^   pie-cm.neni   in
■>^^ithe world  of meuicifl.   aQ   tus  k.u...>
,'ii flt^rera truest' tiieiia -o-,
'A%tf^  ■ '
',^MMiiA;i eii'ii-A'ed frlrl is nlwa,v«! «ius|)i-
•"u.-i^fc1ons of her Khl friends who .,re % et
f.;-/-^^Krar,t \> hole and  fancy  free.
l&iffim. — *
:!|^Dr.A3naw's   Ointment  Cure*
^"i^ElPiteS.-ftduriK,   BlneduiK, aud Blind   Pile*.
'-' Jffi"1 ,tr ' o!,c application.     It curei U
cureu   all   ftkt*»
\  remedy
^-.I'.SIIflkeyr.iul   rnn.imro.   «nd  it  never  lalU.     88
- '*W" -
t.^m-gComfort   In
.\. -V;*V*^^Ji;,c>.s.-".   In   vouni*   nnd   old.
•t cold. It mar come from Insufficient
exercise, breathing of foul air, want of
wholesome food, cxccfs of food, lack of
bathing, etc., but always from . sotuc-
violatioa of tho plain laws of health.
- There can be no more prolific cause
of colds than highly scanned foods as
well as frequent eating. Those give no
lime for, tlio digestive organs to rest
:md inciie an increased (!ow of ihc di-
pesiiTO secretion*-.. Thud larger quanti-
t"ics of nourishment arc absorbed than
c.ui be properly utilized, and tin* result
Is an obstruction, commonly called a
"coId,"'which is simply an effort of the
system to expel tho nseh-ss' materia!.
Properly'speaking, it i-; self poisoning.
due to an incupabiliiy of the organism
to regulate and compensate for the disturbance.
A deficient Eupp'J" of P,ure r,ir xo the
lungs 13 not only a strong predisposing
cause of oold-5, "bur a prolific B-ourr-e, of
much graver couoltiona. Puic- air aud
exercise are uetv-ssary to pr<j^ixi'e the
systeia for the uscimliation of nutriment, for without them th«.ie fan be no
vigorous hc-Lltb The oxygtn of'the
'air we breathe regulates the appetite
as well bb tho nutilriiMit that'is hu'.lc
up in the system.
The safest and beat way to avoid
colda U to sleep in a room with the
windows wide open and to remain out
of doors every day. no matter what,
may bo the weather, for at least two
hour-!, preferably ^Ith «>iue kind of
excrcisi', if no more than walking. Ono
should not sit down to ir-t while the
feet aro wot or the clothing damp., A
person may go with the clothing wet
through to lhe ekiii all day If he hnt
keeps1 moving. Exercise keeps up ,thi*
eirculalion and prevents taking cold.
Tho physiologic care of coldq is the
prevention of the occurrence. The person who does not curry uround an over-
supply of alimentation in his system
and furthermore secures a purified circulation by strict, sanitary elrtinlinr-rf*.
thus placing him-.*if In'a positive condition, Is immune to cold**, 'a starving
man cannot take cold.
A careful diet would exclude tho use
of all narcotics and all food that is not
thoroughly appropriated. An overfed
person Is worse off than one who is underfed, because the overfed hotly I»
taxed to dispose of what cannot he appropriated and, v*. lieii nor properly dis- j
posed of, remains only to be an element !
of danger.—Science of Health. ■<    j
ail
Brill's     bii^
Was
Abandoned.
\\ itn
'Hop; ui Life
tbr.t a -nan, if
-in.old biV-r a
Her   Restoration t« Health Causes
Sensation in lhe Medical
'      World.
Doctors   Ga\e  Iter  up,   but   Dodd's!
Kidney  Piiis Cured   Her |
Completely. ;
.1,   O.-.:  ,   Jan    l!.', — (Spcclcil.) I
— -. „'d  siarid^ CKtiast <s.t the ter-!
jillyii*   u.roudi   ji:l,;liT.'n   bis^fibe   ie   tcAking
ur.   !>.«   iai.K.-   ul   Uie   hr'.gtite'jit   Kjd   be-it
ijt  r.i-i   ii'iroi.,   .'.in'.ti tt.e nifdical   proie3-
-,.-ji:   *'..i.J   l.«!j,li.-ij   L'-ior.3   the  dread ,d<>-
o'. <-r   ot   .i}r,   C<.i;:~;jsrood   .-".us   s.mong
i.i'wi<rP   o.-.i-   v.Lo   K&ov. 3   ail   1'3   T,er-
..i.v.)   Ij-j   tif*-n   ca.riif-d   no-.vr-   by   it
'i*  jj..'f.aj-   ol   deal/,   wertf  f.pcu   to
lie:    a:..J   .v/.o   lo-il^y i,i  n  Jtronq,
iic„liti\.   najjp>      v, wj-i.u.-.—.1    •vo:i.e.r>    -vrho
WMIi*  (
ui,:
hei
c.'i
us.tu
1 .-cf l*. e
y.:.i.
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'..b    i',:i£:.\ s
ine-.i    '..ut   -aho
hr'o..c  i'.-i  (.ur*
ii.-a.ri  ll   ixol,
its 1.1a-
>lr*. .Vcia.rj-' ^'urr.
1I(.j..l.-i     A.Uu.s     i-    nn   ljJy'q
ci d    ,b^   ;..i">   no'.v   Oi-rr.   iv   /-^-sldf-nt
i:i!i(.;.vujO     lu.r   r.   ;.csr  and   u   bait
tl... l    <^b(.*   ll-. .*d   in    tUrK-'s   Fall.-,
vi:«    !-.   tt.J.dy   l:nov. l.   .ir.d    lughly
i>. fim
v l."-i I-
/e-pn-'-ot      -M.'-    A'htBiM  .tv.fi  .1   -<r du'.v
*..>   -i'i*.id   tl.f  jjuoJ. j><'".> -"> itll  u*. e i-   Cana-
il.i,   n.     o-.-i    i:.f   -loud,    rim;    sh<'   hcis
found   a   .iii.-   ior    lljifth!.1',   i.n;...-!..'-..*,    h.»i<l
tlu-.l   U.ut   '-u:t   :*>   j'odd's   K-,di."j    I'lll .
"\ •'*," ^.he m.j.I wl,*-i. wif'Alrncl r>-
(.'.uill.iK iir-i .ii*.;, ' iu> !J.. ::o*. r.\;i t.-II
\<.U   i.ua    '.mOly    i'o.l   *.. i.s        'vtj    doctor
j. uuiu'ij  11   I'.i iijUt'-i   i..-,.-,...*-e ..;uJ   S.-.a-
tii(.. t.Y.i i f,r<)t 00 lel'ci irt'in uniythii k
he -..-.* c 'H An*. Dodd'*. ICidiuj l'.i!-.
*lu.' dio'-v av.ny Hi-1 tiMntilo diici.'..";
r.*i:-e<l mc 110111 mi Ifd ul" nUiTu-rjtif.', /.n<i
io.i'Iij 1..'  tv   v. c!l   oiid  hnppv   v.om..n
i   vmi-,  i..r  y.,.iH   *.iouti!.*d   with   11   yn"'r'
n>«. '-ba'-'-,   "ni    Urn'*"-   1   would   ha\f   f".
yi.'J",'-.! X-. cat lane:,.;!?,
k ilj.   i.-ori5tanr}y   t'lro-Lr'tr   jn   his  bed-
.'.l,iatu&pr during the a'get 'and if wake-
fully ajstur*...?.''! riuke a book and rea.d
and cortioo'-o h;arc If io :c.ct."    There
• can be- little dou'et '.liar in thus indt-
cruing an a pp rop nan*- course for any
', one ufflieted  with •\o,.-t'ttuio[iul mel-
' tuicholy" — his   ow<!  tr.-eolib* — he was
1 stating his own prac-Uc*.   Many a book
: the wakeful do':t->d' imi«*t have turned
', over in the sileue--? of tlie night, and
! this Increases ihe wonder that a desire
to   icad   any   pn'.-i;,".!:ir   work   should
bike hirn out of b« U umisually early.
1  Gray muat *-ui'-l;. Iuim* been t>. reader
In bi*d.   A man  v. ho w Nhr-d to be forever lying ou  sofa-,, iv'iiliug "eternal
new   novels   of   ("ivbillot*   and   .Niari-
vnut." must l*.iv.- lui-n familiar wllh
the faces of his f.iv&ilte-s in the night
hout-5.'  Elijah 1 "enton  a now forgotten
coadjutor of Per"-   «'*^ accustomed to
he aUd at his  Icilym,?-*. we are told,
and be fed wi'b j ':-t,..on, but Gray^-i
love of easi* w;,i -tj.x. or fhl, type. Gray
was  a  booiirju.'-.G   and   rr.o'it  bookmen
probably have ji'dulsjpd in the habit of
reading  lo   t,od.    I uraij  apostrophized
his folios as ' my njiua.ght darlings,"
btit those "hugt* .duuful-." as he calls
themr  were  uot-hf*J?:d«.- bc<>k5.   Tt»ey
were the .'.omparuon- of the long hours
of candlelight In tbe back room of the
quiet little "ganihrijflsh colored" house
Usido the Cbn-ie At infield.    Wycher-
ley, one of the  "'urtifh lal" .Irauiatlsta
for  whom   La nib  wrote  a  quaint de-
ffie-o. tatitk' y hub't of reading himself
to sk-ep.   Nl«h-iy !:■■> shared Id* pillow
with    hi -4    f.iMJi'hc    authors-Seneca,
Montaigne and  flo^befoucauld—and in
the* morning-, made a practice of writing on those subjOL-t*; which had caught
hi-    aueution     during    tlie  ' previous
night'-    reading,    with     Iho    curious
though  not  unnatural  result,  as Pope
yf/' Orgy's   sr-Tip   -c   K*«p  i'kfe  tiiildr^-n  j£«J»*: ixvax   x-v*y\
S/y   CHOCS*,   it   di-oirc-i  tis- Tiick ajo'iuei— citara  lie    '''-^S,
;-jrai-Vrtiia :? .. aid-sad CtS£3 COCOHE,   £.«?     X\S
iyropof Red Sprue
Blwuyn in the hoaac.   A. bottle of il.U fumoas rra»r4y i» 3*ar"
T>rotcction srainrt those sudde-n night intact* of crrrop.
Kqually good for all throat aad Irnc tros.olc« — lor
youag md old.   X> "*. bolter.
^wi&i
CWER ONE" HUNDRED YEAftS OF MILUMG EXPERIENCE*
Ilave you  tried  our
5b-      CGIUIE?
"ROYAL
HOUSEHOLD"
FLOUR?
t^ar    *=»>*. ST* RY,   CSAkCKS,
IT IS THE VERY BEST THAT'S MADE,
Ooets a tern ufer.ts mere: than common  •
Flours, but it U well worth n-j'CO«t
Mill-J Baa Otftc»-.
tfONTRF.AI,  AN'D   WrNNll-E-U.'
TtoOOLVlE FLOURMiLLS Co.Ltd
i*$A
W       nNnlhlMIN^I^*^"
b-   m\ ftLia'-'.    n'   umi.*   1   woiii'i   iiiii.'   f* 1 uii'.'„ii   .i"i   ......."..... -•
.V.'sp '-i.v tjf«i     lr. Miiicf., I'.'mo, J  rot.  «i |1;l. notified, that hi-> wrllins was un-
V"^.rS„J"1 ^.,d^^fin "nn ".V-fAt't. '"^A | *^..a>eiou*-y a mere oeho of his readlnj;.
....."'.           ....      ..'!    hr.i...    ..."    1...111111. !       ^*r.........|>,.r    lit..!'     u'llPM    IfTUO    Street
rrviininro,
Souiu'whut l.uei'. when Grub street
i aoiirished, if 30 lrmpprnpriate it verb
J may be allowed, many .1 poor wretch
of a hack author v.;a3 glad to write as
w*-U as to readc in bed for tbe all su91-
; .*ient reason that seemly clothes were
! lacklnt*    for    goin*>    abroad.—London
1     ,      , 1 Globe.
1 tici,   11 'iiy.'i'd   ..-1 ' it.y   t ii'.Oi.n I !  ^	
in,-    to    tri   Dodd S  ICiney  l'llls
,tl    t!m.-*i   ».'!.V"   uj.     all   hoi«-   01    C'llnu;
s^tl! I    l.n.l    .'.)    llwV.Cl    01     Ul\     tlf.'k    di  I
lu-.b?
"1 v.hi ior eii"l.i tnoi.thi nh n'f..",
■ r.m.-'.Si'diiM tcii.ijie lor v.ord«; co n*.-
<-,cr:i,<- Mv donor r.nid I 5..id bri^r.l f
Di=pu;e i>\-( ne could do t.nt r.,ntT T'•' ^1-vc
.:,<=■  •<-.!..'■/ '      .
How tlw Cine ( am*. *
f
Do You Want
iOVE OKE   70   HAIJOLE  YOJR SMIPWtNT-1
tO CONSICN   VOUR   CRAIS  Tl)  A   RSLIABIE   Flit
PROMPT SERViCE   A»JO   CAREP'-'t   ATTEKriQH
I
If *o, the nntfeii.liiiwilwt.iili your bailii'".*. «»d Mill oiul«*nvor t.t t*l vt* nHltilu.-iton-
Cash advatrci-d mj consisisnieuts.  ,   l'f.ff*re<ic**:    fni'iu Hank at CauJida
Th« oldest estabHsbc:  ''►.'-Jiiii Couiuii.-alon
JJtjrcliurit in \Vion'p*->c.
Grain   Exchanije,   Wlnnlpe**.
M'lturi. ^itfin.fiiin.ui —.iiMt.if.wri
:ni
'li   111 "ilieui.   foi'
It      .V.
:'..itirr\l
1   li.td   11	
ivvlu!   to   net   bc-.tt r      Hut
. z-'\   1 .-.hcird.   ^o<l   that   I
l.iciuuit   :sto   relief   almost
1   i.i'\er  c*v
1   trie'-   tlfiii.
Old 'I'beV
-oni   tli*'   tir*-'..
EPIGRAMS  OF  NOVELISTS.
;iiii<
c .~ n   v. o. It
,,  ,    r>n* crawls into friendship, one occa-
lhr" ,>ov,F l SwrXls '• rlouM? drifts into mntrimouy. but in
".f
<  1.
st.ir**.tl
: love one fall*-.—Frankfort Moore.
•-ri^S', Ste.rch is snid to Iw explosive.
H
- ^;r/-./cn.usvfi an explosion iu thf family
."''•^Pwh'*" ^ho old man finds it rt.o-s oeon
^T^t^tift out of his collars.
. [{Jfiffi, Whera Doctors tio Agree l-phj*
; *-^;<j3-,8lcisui.'i   im   longer coiiblder   it  tatorhiK  to
r^j'rj.j-^'quQckt.'ry1'   l:i   lecoiniuendie.K   In   practlc*
■   \'iV7<ft;*0  meritorious  u remetly   for  I:idii*i*-sUon.
-■.,""?l)vt.p<*in.la unil  Nervousness n*- South Am-
- 'AA-i efuttii   Nervmo.     Thoy   rt'ivlUe   tlntt   lt   is
/ V-&  ,«"• btep   m  iidMinco in  medical  s,c:ence ana
,  - t;.'\. . a- tuiv   nnd   (..'i-iLiiuiont   euro   for   dikeaiie*
"""  .''-AJoi- tho  siiomiicli.     Jt  will   euro   you.—tiO
; < ,/its-S-S' — "	
'   ■ '7AriCh'rEa-***6'-' *'ay to'mark table linen —
^t/.'Vlleiive a baby »ml so mo black currant
'7'v^iaxu alone at the table for three min-
.'* "sutcs.
' ^ ;V*t'
'"'•/j^lKnow MINARD'S  LINIMENT will
""■V^.curo Diphtheria.
"'-7V"^V .IOIIN T. T'.OUTTLLiEIt.
1 ■■^^.»Pn«nch Village.
t.-Vh'K1 knoH -^IINAKD'S   HNI1TENT will
^' Vfcur<j Croup.
O-...>C, J,   F.   CUNNLNOUAM.
,-:•; ?V^Cape Island.
VV'>:i~I  know   MINARD'S    LINIMEN-T is
' .""i-jiih'c be*it ifiinody'on earth.
^'^l;^; JOSEPH A. SNOW.
uU   ',       t ... ...
*"- ( iVNorw uv, Me.    ^
Pot»onou«   iinil   lliiruiH'hs   Snake*.
There Is a certain  physiological difference   between,  tho   poisonous   and
liiiriiiles.1   snakes   which   exists   very
plainly  in  their mtinucr  of  dentition.
All snakes are objects of aversion and
dread to mankind, so much so thnt to
be bitten by a snake Iiih at times been
so fearful to the victim as to. have produced death  although  the snake wan
harmless. Sr^h is the instinctive dread
with which these reptiles are thought
of  that  it may   be  desirable  to have
some easy  mode of dii-Unguishins the
one kind from the other.    This distln-
giiishlm,' characteristic Is afforded  by
the   teeth.   . In   all   po.lsoupu*^ -qiakes
there are only  two rows"of„teeth, the
fang  or  fames  boim,,'  arraiured  either
within the two rows or outside of them.
Tbe harmless snakes have four distinct
rows of teeth, and when the bite shows
this kind of wound and not any single
deeper or larger puncture  there .need,
be no apprehension..
.nd   nitr;
to   do   1...
^L^:..^\\u^ no Phi,o like the top   esp.
,h.-,d rt 1 .'turn of m.v troubi- wnw     Mw j ciallv when It is narrow and will not
-1. Xr\r rn^d"sOUK:dn,v,!iM)s. V\d*Hi4 I h«kl many at a time.-Anthony Uope.
idriv.. „:i tho,piu:-.*> .ovi.y -   ( , '.   yi0Ve   and    friend-ship   fire"strouger
L-^n-u ?,^^rn^if";yK\d:*^riiisX Th"5 j thaa charity and politer-^, and those
•rind u.ul' a ri-uv^iy that parr? Uricht'- J wj10 traj0 upon thf latter are rarely
1 liiso'i!-..  t*,*.-.i!y  dj'.p^-t'.'- of, ul'.   "'" '■"'
rlt so, you should piofuix* the b>*s**-
Paint. P.rush ou the ma:l:et, absolutely tho most saiipiaclory Paint
Brush made  to-dny
•in- .-i-rlioi
-ti*.'-."-   of   Kidii-J   cointdmij
Ke.-p  ri^ltt
iCiitrdh-.5*"-   01
\\h'i li th. v ni'iY "be rftvn
i accorded the former.—Seton Merrimau
  ,   °it  is  tho  Atncrlea-.i's  regret that at
1      •   i nrespir heciu do uothinc with his feet
°"hrS«iKuT  *\&\ wlillo he is" listening at "the telephone,
£7**«S
FLEXIBLE
BRIDLED BRUSH
a
1-*","-.,
. r. t When a man loeefl money by hi-i
\" "~7% fai hi ro iu bushifiss tho failure m ci
•>£C; failure-
' tr (..'.*■> ■*	
\:',0?rThe Krc-it domarul lor u pUuibunt. i-nif
.''A-y. and reUnble antidote for all affections of
*."A'*".Xho thi-ont and luugi Is fully mot with
'">"'<'in Dickie's Aiui-Coiibumptlvc* Byrup It
.'-,V'''--Ifl n puroly vegetable coriiijour.d. and net**
r-'' proiniJiiy ur.d magically hi *>ubdulmr nn
"''y.^ ooutfh:?, cold*;, bronchitu, InUamtnatiori
",'o'i the lurit."., etc H i*? f.o palatutile that
Til not i-Mulc It, and Is put at
ill   uot   iv-celude   tlif   pool
'i   I'  A,\-u child   will'not
\   '   :'-A.4: H'P*-prir-»   that     wi
'     •      ' fi'.O'utrom  Hi  b<*iiellts
"■    . 'l''V- .	
1 -\
^'""Jdltlo .iohnnv—Mis Tnlken.do-.vu
.'rpold u blub compliment, to me to-
■-.-vday. Mother—Did she, runlly ? \Noll.
'^thcro'fl no denying that woman ha**
:,senrK<. What did sho say ? Little
".TJohnny—Slie saiti sho didn't see How
,"'y.ou came to have s-.ueh a nice l.ttle
. ,,boy us 1 am
■;   '7,\ prnni.v vtaji i'ap.i.i: i-ibi. —i'n.r-
"ioel«-l''B K.*f(t tal.li* I'lll'i (tie t oiupoilndrd
>, from rootn, li. iOm nnd "t->lid i"vtrtiets <>i
■ tfnown \liiu" In tt.e tr<\atjnont of livt*r
- *l£n<t ItUI.-*..->y coaipltiinta ur.il in ,'.'!'. in.; tone
■to 'li*- r,>i".t.*tii wln'tl.t'f i-ul* >>•:.*.! h.v oi'.*' ■
'. \«or'.t 01 tltTtiiint-t! tlnou;;li ..■<<■.•.<<•„-'. in
'' liviriTl Tl'.fy tvriuirf nn tt**'tiinoiunl
„ Their f \i't'U«»"iit tiu.iiitl. i .11.' s\.ll Llowh
' to nil tl...'A* \.\10 liiiVf iA*„'d them m'd
,... «J»d thov roiii'iitrud . tSiein^Hoq ti> il;.*>p'*i>-
'sfftlc'-.j iirid thf.fi..' suOi-"-t to-')ili<n-.Mii<.s*) who
'&[~'&v(. in  >iii..-.-".t ol a. b<'ii,eticial. rnodlcini*.
WulKiiiK-   I-'or   Mnlnrln.
Obstinate ca>*js ot" malaiia thni have
withstood the ocean voya^.*s, mniuiiatn
heights and (piiniiic dosing aio said to
have been conquered by *-*, -.ii-matic and
continued walking. What the- malarial
patient wants most 10 do is to sit indoors, muse his aches and pains or to
lie down and doze. Advocates of the
walking cure maintain that fresh air i.s
an antidote uot only to,the malaria itself, but to the blues, which Usually
accompanies it. Their advice to ibe
suiforer is to flivr.* up warmly if the
weather ls damp or rainy nod go out to
walk. Wear flaim-M next to the skin,
stout shoes aud bimplc hat. If it is
warm, ilress l.ghtly, hut carry n wrjp
to throw atouiiil the «hcul.ler> n»im--.
drafts and t.»i i.iP'd looiiiij; oif. W i"i*
one come- t" tliiul. ..1 it, there ill- 1. w
mahulies on e.ir'.b iU..t I'l^h u.r and
' ruoderiite cnoicimu n;e not good for.
AN   uI'l'V   I.KTT1--.II  MM   MOniKRP   '
"[ tin.not pie.'.se Baby's Own Tab-1
b-v- t.,o hiahl>." "'riK** Mrs .lainrf;
S IV-ach. t"e.ir.[.l^ll's r.u> , QuetK-e.
"rirtin the time m> baby ^'*li- '>L'rn
be was troubled wuh p.*.ms m Un'
.,ion.:u*h and Lowds ai»«l "- »'llsh on
his skm which mad.- him r. ..tb-ss da\
o.ki n-.Khi. 1 k«« , ""i'i'f,tn ;;;!;;
him uiiul 1 KU*.' 'dm P.ab> -s (»«d
Tablets, and umk-i .tl^.r ^]x)™
•rouble Mion di-apP'Mrod. and ;.■■}
••■.•buds aie now prm-.ir.n ^ »m^;
h0 io,-,!,. so bralthy iir.d w«'U I <-'^'
h.m nn occasional Pabb-t. and ■- <>
k.-.p bun -.sell J «on hon.lil.% mhoih-
m.-mi tl..- 'IVM. «s t.) .uv. i»oil.«.*i
lias a > ounir  '*■■*'
but doubth'S**. some employment will be
found for tht-m in the coining age.—Ian
Maclaren.
There are tv,o uupiu-donable sins in
tiiis world, success and failure. Thosi*
who succeed can't forgive n fellow for
being a failure uiid iho-.e who fail
etin't forgive him for being a success.—
(J. If. Lorimcr.
There are two chi-.se*-- of people In U1*1
world, the prn-.plo who uro clever and
the people v*. ho aro lo'ep. and you must
never mis ihe two. Th*vy n>eet and
touch, they are neees*-.!r\ to each other,
but thev   nev«*r   ne\er blend
The bridle can cosily '•<■ remowd or
replaced. Jt is not aiTected by water,
oil or pnir.t 'and works on a piyol,
thni keeping the bristles elastic. 'I bt-
name "Pocckh" is. branric<! on eatti
brush.    Sold by all ivliabl*: d-.-ulers.
i h.i
'1 bousar.<ls
:-.<is  o
: I.
pi .ii**e
f.l h.'l    :i.olbt.-t ,
.1^.1     itv.   wnri'.ly.     ^•"1!
,,  ,.i1sl.  ,.f ,".i.'-^ncy_i
...il ibe :mn.>r ill.** 01 |
1 v- .v       .e:      f«».5i!\      and ,
'U"ll,:.       and   a:-    nbsolui-y     **•' ,
ii.11   UriiitHMts     cr  miu   "wst.
?; rtrtits    a  box  by   writing1
1 h 1
Tli
1
iin-xlii ii.e    '
il .*ii band
l',il*!"'s c*.ii'
npeei
Sold  by
paid at
The     Dr
Hi oil. Ml
AfU-i    a
c)\   iii.-.hth'
-r.nl unior.
W ilium."
Out
won.an
Nbdi.-'t.'      ^°
,s   been   ""-Ir
she  cense**   to
tftlk
^ Neele'ct u cough and contract
consumptioa.
Her   C«uus   or   .l.-Mnt.
Ct..in-c-ruing a \ury modish woman
the late Julian Riv. painter end critic,
had this story to tell:
"Mr.   Ri.v,   I've rniue   to   a-k   you   a
great   favor,"   s!i-->  said   as   she   fairly
burst into hi-1 studio one fall day.
- '■Everything I have is at your command, madam."
"1 want to show you some coats of
arms and ask your advice about making a choice."
"Which   side of  iho  family  do you
wish to follow, maternal or"-
. ,,„,,      "Oh, neither!   Tbe herald Bays 1 can
Vinot.t| choose any of thw.   I w-iot something
that will look well on whist ennub-rs."
"!fcs.   Well, Mliat about ttiisV"
"Th it will do nii-i-ly. Hut d.m't y.ui
thitik I oujglit t-i h.,'.'c '.'. or*.- than one'.'
I do tirt- so qhtekly of thmt^ ™J
know."
1
l.vl'
Shiloh's
'I'ln* siii'.'(n>'"'iM"'.
OlUhllllv the "-■>< .'tt"-eu|.e W.I-. applied only to ehcim-lry, and in that
limited held piovi.l U=U! an li.yniu-
abte aid iu ac-urate analy-.s. I'.y lioM*
j„.r h, a p.um-oi! liit'iio a ].UiiHiuiii wire
U10.Me.Ml b.v eon'..at with lhe '-Ulll lhe
presence of a lew ?i..ii^ u\ ^It swallowed a f"«v minutes pro\louM\ ca:: be
SSl¥^V/-S8?V'I'he yoimfc'hna1j.-ind-who praises the
:'S^^V&^V$oo^>bg of   bis  'mother  evidently   for-
.7A77j77&t£ei*  that  it's     th"     suiue his  father
VVVV^iistfjusc'l to kick, about.
■ y'y0y;yyOn\y   thon*; .'•   who   have   hud    nxperifn*""
■ ',:■^'■yy^TZAo   toil   (ho   torturo   cornii   ciiiis.*.       Pain
^Vs'-iK^s^iih  y.nir  bootr  011,   pnln 'with   thnn   off
: ss ss*jsv;!i~-[.n 111   idfilu' nnd   day ;.  hut   reli«*f   i-i   lair.'
■ 'sh'^sStb   t.liost  who  n;;o  lIollbwity'H  t'orn   Ciu-t*.
7A:fA$7.A     man    may    not be   r-.,-;• n".K*,t.,  bin
''^sSV^Whon  hi'i   is    with   his
s'ishe isn't verv
wife  she  think')
far  ft-oin   th'.rfection.
'.':';:'■.■.',On'! of the fjrento^t  tdoflslntcs to piirtints
Tb   Mothor   Oraves'   Worm   lixtt'iiuinn tor.
It   efi'ectiuilly     cxpolfl     worms   nnd   i;ivon
i.)ie(ili.h    in    n   rni\rvt-louft    mntinor   to   tho
'■"; lit fie   nn...
.lelo'lvil will. Ut- s)'''"'1"""!"; Z";
Ucsd -o W.md-iliiib I.'bie'd IS ..ic
noil' of u.. Ppe«iuw...pc 'b.'iiii.t that
beeanih-.erin.iMii-t  n.i t'lepics
mce'of one three-millionth oi u ai.Un
'of. metal.        '  '   _       _	
lildu'l   See   Thei.i.
.  "^\ow   did   J-*-"-    "ephfWs.   wedding
pas-i Oil"'"   ;'„■'■
".lust splendid." ■■',„'■
..  -Were there any ic.'i.iti'«'!et'.ips.-'
"I don't think so. ,1 didn't see n«y*
Vou see we had the ebuiyh thoroiiahl>.
cleaned up bcfoir, the wedding toolt
ohu-e."
TheLurtji
Tonic
cure* consumption,   but don't
lefSTlt  too loi.   Try i«  now
Vour money  back*   u it   d«*n *
benefit you.
A our ijiver
is it acting well? Bowels
regular? Digestion good? IJ
not, remember Ayer's PHI •
The kind you have known all
your life.      *.c/A,.rc...!*««£!£
UCHHBHMSJffi
Ciiniil*   in   l".nt) lu.uA,
Oar. ii" !'i Kinrl'iml <I.itf bn^t: fo sri
early pei'i-xl. i'"-'r tho tb..ir..ios built two
In i.iii.-.iir.-l.iio-ibc Pu-J diKe, r.d^ty
miles lomr and idill navn-^tbU', urnl the
."aer dike. The tirst Brit!<-h made ch-
r.ai was constructed iu H'M by Iluiuy
1. and joined the Trent to Hie Witham.
It was toward the end of the eij-'ht-
oonth'u'iitury ih.it xliu ,>i-catcst aruoimt
of energy was «*\-pendcd Iu the buildmg
of rannk mainly due to the l»uke of
P.rid-'ewater and the skill of his eo
ginf-Tr. Jau.es P.riudley. In tno last
deeado of that century a canal mania
rasfed. 	
Slio  C*nie ll&clf »»  IHni.
"1 niustercd up enough courape last
nlyl.t to ask my wife if ,ho know that
some wise man has said that ti 'maximum of talk is u. sUrn.' of a minimum
of thniife-ht.' "■':■•■
"And'what did she say'/"
".She looked ai uie for some time and
■tli-.n «nid timt-slie bad be^an to notice
jhat a mlnimuiaof tail, .usually Indi-
cali'tl   a   !.::'.-\ biiiiui   of   idio.-y."
^^r.»
You    Building?        » **   00.    vj*3*«»
EDDY'S  IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING
It  is very much alronc-r nnd   thicker than  any other <t»rr.eQ(1 h^tbac"?:
Wftto our Agents, TEES & PERSSE, Winnipeg, for samples.
Tho E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, HULL.
m,*-azz±*na-m»m,*itMt
J
X'o matter , how .-I'lsiCtfi-** .1 bi.-i-
h.ea.l''*''. tiocbclor mav in* :i,.n 1 " «*
women ,iv* alwa>s suspioloii"  01   hi.i.
I fu,   ,1   mi^hu   mean   man   who   iel.**
(i •,  wiio izoi next   to   the tact   tbat  !■■
know.*-   a   s.-cr-'t.   .nut   then   ref.sses   to
>J:\\i!"i-'  H
 _-—.  1 ." * **•*-.--   * ^       ^	
flinard's Liniment Cures flistempcr.      j tlsnarii*s« LioimeBt Cores Diphtheria.
rules,  ni'i  nave  ,1   uood  icasor.   tor j
rules* ui'i iiave ,1 tfood icasoa tor ( J;,h fo!U. for t,,o llSL]1.yc.,vr t,'ri (ll
doim,' a th'np, vou have an .•:■£','*.n.-nt jrtrt,,t0 ^er'tlm..* en a man who drx-iai'i
excu*.e u.r no*   doint;  H U.-eu,  to nuiul his  bachelor ini-<loin.
1
Il 11 man nv'.er does ;ii..iuai-'
e. lunv,  he  never iii'i:s anythnn'
"Iho uoni'in v.ho :-r.ivs for h:-i tu.*--
baud ).ce;.-> out eve ui. Li-n '..-' ti ■_.
*an.e.
\\\l  \      \i  \ fit      U'.'l   *'<'     i'Al* '  l1';    -
1.     il.Lli.    I.l.'.'l'l"... .    •        tl'"   11 ••'-'- '   "I    i;"
j I-.. I.■*-•'»      \ .'.,• -fit,.       P..    •      ■.!"       OO.I-.'IJ ■»   *1
j •.',-,  ...'   '.rn,iLnii.tr. Iy oi   '•■"' 0- '• '"'.'•' "
" :i.u/.   v)t    I.'"-     Vi.'.-n.    i*..*.!   'Un.x'iy.-   tli-...
"■«■ • ;i .11   I,     s^l      I. ill' r... ...      t* ....      -•»;..-   •-	
Mora "than  half   tho   tattlo   la j*;; *;;;,%J\.i.\'!:., 7l:"C'A\:,A" ";l.:i
1 1... 1.. . r       .   .1     * ' v  1.    1*      til       1 1  -> • ill l&'
c!eanlnK   greasy   dishes   I*   in   «» !^{.^ i;^;1'^^^^^^:'^:;
«o*p you use.    If It'i Sunlight Soap
-.. \ -      1. ii'-U 1 I.'    «
,.;,. -..;.'; 1:. •   I-.-  ,-.i'-<-
If* the bessti
us
''. (,.,' l.'.O ■•   1.   .-il   ' I."   I'.li .     ■ ' d     "•"•J'-' '  !   '
. |j,ii.   a: ;in .   ut   th'*lr   nil'i'd't.-*
I^ei't     ti.ia't    .1   "Jul   >o«
'.'■(.:;-.  .1:.  o
; 1. r e
;      I'l,..    ' ..'.ii   to-.',    of    'I
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For s.tib by nli tlrtiggipt's. -  d .,',,.''. .J :        ���'���__.  j     "  , f ;��������� j ~r    *'~^x-i=z  Z. .^_L-����>  ..."'.00  'liTURDAY, FRB. ��0 i��joj.  iiBsffe ^iiM^^^r'  ���.j^-\M?  ���. ���fV   . X'TJ^T"  ��� 'j'he board of l".ce:f-o commisDioner!-  .t-icl the license :riPi*ct-tor hnve not as  yt-t b^on appointed, for this district  Jiu the prCi-c-nt ye;ir ; nor as a m tUn-  /of'.iC'. haw they been appointed for  s .mo of tlie other districts nf 'lhe  J-'r. ,inci;. Mu re.i'ion I*j j.'.ivr;n by the  ^'���ruruu'cnifur Llic delay,  ���and B&jjh \:'Byom'��i,  'In STONE Building.  Open Wednesday  and Saturday  -.TC.NTK, 'Prop.  s  'i iicre seems to' bo   an "almost   v.m-  \,'<:   1 r-ympulhy wi!!:   Japan,'and it in   jff a  h��..*'ji!   principally   on   r"!j^slr.x'.��t*ri    foi  ni". (-.'iiii'^g', ol lh:: Japan ,-c in i-aliii'*.'  < �� Uo.'^ia-i 1,lull', 11 Juia b-cn per  '.-'f'iy '.,'bvjoi;-,   ior yrai'.-*   t'lal  Kus.-da  e ��� bet u pl-.y-n-j  lh':  he;;   12:   Iho   fa-  ' ' -; 1 ". . oiuo iirric pa^l, unci ail   nf lh>-  '1*  r until'.!' hi:eiv full v-vll   Unit   !-'*���<  iolc'KK-il neve." to jjivu  up her y.:-ip�� on  ihcno  Ohiijiw   piovincc.*:;  rather  she  a tempted   t'j   Gin. nj then     this  and ultimately absorb them.  s.��s  -.- ���-  M> < d-  Wit,* is  THE  POST OFFICE  DRUfi STOKE,  P, D.' HOPE, Mnf.  JiPfflt  Toys, Toilet sets, pocket  books, hair br7i.-i3.ies,  perfumes, Colognes, Etc.  rawer, re -*w ��t_�� ,-j*******: ��^r"fi��w; W~tr-r+zi?iT*wr'~*: T^?��OWU��t ~.  Ira Ch  fi&  mu  Labor union  NO. 365, A:k,.n.  JJeets fa the I.'O. O. F. hall every  otftardav c.������::.���� '.t C o'clock.  Vi��li.itfi��?thro=  am cordially in-    -j    ^QFEKA   HOTJSB  -.'ilcJ   to   attest.   t:.Jb2  r.icetm^s.    ;    /4V  ^ I*  1'. F. JCHM^TOS',1     /|^  IK  sco'y.j $��� OONSTEOTION. 'i.  CHANBROOX  i -��  i  A  Modem Hotel  In a Modern Tows.  ��  ft  - r \,,,-'.'���  .." 'it'/.. '. t'  'ryr-hij.'A'  '<��� ',.'*  >; ;���  -'. -y-^vA,  ��� '.1 \ *?"---(  ��� '/s roa*-,-,,,  L O, O. F. #  ^J^z&L  Meets every Monthly evening in then  hall on Victoria street. Rojourninf.  O'h? Pellows I'or.i'allv ii.vit. d.  il. CiMPiU'.i h, F. .1. Smyth,  Nobie GraiKl.    ' Secr'y.  ***** �������"**��"=����������������  ^r^^.^ )Y.t!3US  grip  VK1K rx St'OKA.VB.  , r.iut one of MiV ro;?".ltH of the recceI  it!  /��*-> J111 ^  'ul c'ri'g.idc oi the Spukanc min-  -t!*'.Te'flg.iin9l the alley resorts was the  :lf'*'lLi��: of SO allev women   to   r-Te.l30u,.  ���^ - tr >  vi the s-lr. tern out miulo by'Jit v. Uol-  ninn, pastor of the Emanuel Congre  ���;il.i'>v' '1 ehtirrh of Ntl-u;1.. In a luuci  *��� '"?���!.��� i Mn.\or Boyd of Spokaue he  *>!;*-: "Vv'hy should these women be  {.live--! from one city lo another? Will  t!'.-j !;itv.l parsons tell r.ie v,-hat real  1 *ui!y is cttabjished by' the move.  ,Soi':f*ty t-ib tt whole'ia no bott'rr ntkl no,  -.vo^'C uecause of ti^-.c-h 'a moving of the  pawns on th'e social cbeseboard."  "1'he I'-pokiuic clergymen no more  s 7.\-e, tbo 30c*al evil "by causinu; 30 of  'heii \'.,";r*"'ais'eia transfer' their bus-  ���'in-f.'* to ��*"--ldon Cami I pr;suir.o   other  fi'J *- Jiave iheir'sharr) th^'n the cJ.poic-  ,"> ���" clergyrn'ir who. according to    rr  P'.iT, eolvcd ino negro problem- by'ooad-  '.0^ a colored girl "f<*m hie oi~n uunday  *-,i-lL.nl0to another soncol lor Ghriutifln  ' iiihtin'j-tion. Afler'n-ll ^ekor. hao SO  uioi.s ..nil Spolxane has '7-0 Jesj fallen  w 'a*.' ii. How hao ���iccioi.y as :> i/hole  in.-'.11  helped^''   >3-��-  NELSON.  Mrs.:W. A. Prest,  Photographer  Cr.inbro<>;t    '.Moylo,     Fort Steele.  Jlceidcr.tiul  slui**   on jC;tmp"'":ll  ��.t:oal.  J.'r-.M.*1,ti  1    J.;!0   ���;.,   TiiM'bio-jk  'iftflei.  1  r&mse aut) lot on Vjou.ria s'.reet,  House and   lot ou  Lake Shore  ,. t  avenue.  Siuehicw    blue!:  'street.  ���\ Victoria  G FT  YOUR.  '  Yegetables.  Fruit, Tea, OofTee,  Stovepipes' and.  Tinware ar  Good dairy bneiness near towu.  Mining stock,  -   FOB RENT.-  Office rooms and living  appart-  ments on Victoria street.  Houses for rent.  We do   a   general  commission  business:.  Moyie'Board of Trade  Mepf,-. on tho'lirct V.'cdn.^di^  evening of e;)A\ nv'n'.h ::'  ti w'eLuv: s.i,u:i ,iu tue court  ho : t.  \.\:i��u Ci'.v.iij:^f iloL.Ta**.  .*.. y.MiU ly.r.Mn, iAcaA  i\ b\ Ji'dM^ro.s', K. C'AMt'nE!.'.,  ,Vice-Pro;.   " Heq'y  j��j*-fl*--*W.MCT>Jire����e^��*wiW*^^  HAKVEY, .McCARTEE  & DUNBAR.  B.irristerri, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   ��   -    B. C:  ! SHELTON & GL4>P  ��� '- *       '' b   .. u.     A"  l'r.ijif 1 i.'.o- .  ���1ILU i*{*ir��****i*>a��*.*^*�� J WW "11T    HI3r-**i-*-PN' WWfir M 1^i��<rM^-.���.*--�����.         .. 1 _ ,m: r,.-~" *^r;,��^��- .��� ���  ^ ^^:^^.^r^'^^3^^i'^^^  ^ '' .' ��  t    IT' -���� i ~       '1*   yi  ?*-u.^   '-i'ffi    wtL��.��:  ^^  .e  mtain   -,  Mines Shams.  i'i  n  '��  ��  B"  Tho safest buy of tho season. nnd yo.i v.'ill don hie * .-ir  money in threo months. The cotnpuny have lil ���.l.o'v.-..  which aiinouud iho St. Eugenu niiiie-7-tho largott ���iih-'.r-  lead mine on the American continent.- ,  ISARKISTKi:, SOOICITOIt,, !iTC  CRANBROOK.  B. 0  Farrel  rBos 35.  5  1    MOYIE, B. 0.  giC^Jg^S 1 ,JM.MIC t, l-.KWl^'^."F^JJJ^lt3tJB  \7. M. F. CROSBY, Proprietor.  JO. IT. I)ES��ULHIEFv "  DR. F, E. KING,  Cranteook; B, O.  eliifig |  91 iu-^lii  'A'eiidem'y of tite I'Sniei;.  "rl !i*j iVndency of :;:o(licel ^cierj.-ii it  towmd pn-voutivi' iheasureo. The bes!  t! Jii^'ht A the v,-orld is being given to  :hi' .-nbjec*. h U easier pml bcltir to  pVTor.l than   to   ct.re.    It   has  been  ���t ' Joseph?�� " Convent.  iteiso::, s. a.  hoarding and Day Gciiooi conducted hy -#.3 Sisters ol St,. Joseph, ITelaon  B. G. Commercial ano'' baciness  courses a specialty, E-ceilence ,a:id  swift prcg.-es-D chariictoiiise each department. Paren'tg shouI'd write for  particular'... One month aas;.reo the  public'of tho thoronghneaa r of t hc  Sisters1 me th'e da 'of teaching. Terms  commence January, -April and VSepfc  Pijpils are a'-iuiilted during term.  GeQXTr^ H, Tfaompson,  W[  For Particulars apply tc  P-3    ' i '  Babhistkh, Soi.rciTOK,  Ho  ,tary Pum.ic, <tc.  pV*  PROMPT DELIVER';-:  i ' o     > v  GtUjD^ns' Ave,  <ui  h\H Jc..in;:si;,.iGd t.h��t pnemnonia,  o.:�� ol the most dangerous disease"  th t "icdical men have to contend  Wiih, .-a:: bj,prevented by tlio' uae of  piiamberia-.n'H Cough ili-mcdy. Pneu-  -U"ni' i'<v'asa rec-ulti from a cold or  .'rem' an atijus: of influenza (gaip) and  it b,:s hse.i on^.r/e:! thu; tiii'c  remedy  O'T *"* I (J1'** /-1    i    r  *���* ��-        *    ...    "  5:��a :oWrti;J piao-,i::or.;i.. Thl:  hcci. jiiliy pr;;;.-oij a; luruiy ihous.'ir.ds  .rlc-itea in which this rbmfcdy hat  been used during the prevslance of  cold3 and grip in recent yean.., and  ;'.. Is b- .cii. d npou vitii \r,,v\U'[t ponfi  .i  ffte Him it Mm  ARROW   LAKE,  B. 'UG.  The Most GomfiSele  Health    Resort   on  the   Continent      of  Worth America,  ti  Its BATHS Oure -all  K^rvoua  and  Muscular Diseases.  Its  WATERS    Heal   all    Kidney,  Liver and Stomach Ailments.  I'u...'     Jio oil the :i:J{*   i,idc and  ti>he      Tbey  are a  Neverfailing    Rt-medv  , ' r.".,.   r.11    T'l,,.,. ll���   T T..1   haii-.of-rlain'b Congo Kemedyas soou  ast'iecold   is contracted.    It ralwayft  cures,    For sale by ail druggists.  WANTiru���.sj*:vj.;ral   INDUSrn- ,  iot? prrtotio in each ftafc to travel!  ior \v .��(: f..i'.hi;Ki,[.(l c-levou ye.ni' and  v,-:l1i a im j e cipiuil, to call ution mci  cisditd and agentd !or ;feilc'ces.-fiill'.-'.and  proff:..ible line. I'eVi*i:!iic nt oiir-Hgc-  menf.: Weekly tj'^h istbiry of ���'���$2-i  <ii.iJ i*i! 't/a.'iiliiig- ���v;>j)c:u*(i.s and, hoti'l'  .bill .-.i'.-v.'iii-c''';d ia casl; each '.'.vedc. -Kx-  '���l.-e'rk'tK.ie'not. essenlirtl. alehtion rc-f-.  ors.ice add ei'iclose'��(*lf.-ad^.ri'-;sed ci-v<--  ;i'.ij)o. THE NATIONAL, tt'J-i. Lear-  b;.u;j Bt., .C'hicagu.. ,' ��� '' ' ���  for all Rheumatic Troubles.  TERMS���$15 to .1118 per week,  according to residence in Hotel or Villas,  WJ  Our aim Is to please patrons.  ..        <  '    Good   draft and   bottled   bear  always on hand.  JOSEBH IMIEDERSTADT, Prop  Colicitor for Uie Imperial'  Bank' of Canada.  CR AH BROOK,       British Goi.c-iniA  COYIE'G  Mii..'XNO  y.OTKL.  i T*  ' Ji.  y  hOX 35.  FARRELL & SMYTH,  I'.IO/JE. i).   C '*  ��� '  - . <'  ^2^^2g^S��S2B��2��aE^^e2��2E�� ^E2��2^ 'iSfiatis  *��������* J**,(*V--f<*^"*  The best ofjaccommodutions  for|tlio traveling public.  F. J. McMahon, Bffgr.  w jmawjsr *tig��? ttscsant;  TO Aim FROM ALL  IP*.  -VIA ���  FQK   PINK   TAILORING   GO   TO  yt frit g yy s l,  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Pino   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported     Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  1            ���    -              ���                              '                                     ��� g  |                         Link ^o'ur'JFor. |  |      '      ,            i^nes tQ the�� i |  '"���'" 'I  iviANUEACTUR E'R& |  ���   I   IM>��I   ������������111                 I ii ������      ���       i                         -                                                                              '                                                                                     . "VJ  ��� wi    ���������*���������*��� nr-wwip    ��� mi 1���a-lnnj ���niijiil*a*;>^^aWy,aw,l>||, iIM|jiiaiii  ���**lii*M> aJ  LI KB , INSU'RA NCE* . 1  '"'   ' luir������������'^miuwi ������ milium H*i\*n r,}r.m,mi,tm<uliu t * imwwimim* awpi-p utS  COMPANY.    -    .    .    .    '. -    I  T0Flii-  w  o"*i  ^r-^..  IKK  ''' W/.NTRD���FAITHFUL .TEKSO-M.  '.'* cullon retail trade and agents'for  .mau^facliiiihg' ''house* having wel  fc-:-tiibl:.:lio'J.., Liiiihuss; local territorv :  MraighL salary' fjs*2(.) paid weekly and'  c .'.per.su ��� money advanced; previous  experience unnec-dsary ; position per-  ?u:^s" ,' kus;iness' successful. Enclose  Vijii.-. '..Superintend-  1EAST KOOTENAY?EDTTUNG  CO  I CRANBROOK, Br C.  JAreated \?aters of all  ���' |:\ ;:::,���: -Kinds. ���'  j Orders Solicited.  .   i ���    ������ ,      ,������.������'.���. ".-.",���''  ';' Soda: Wa.tQ't  and Syphens.'  t:-]f-.-,d.'ses.-.C:i! env'el  ,i  ont l ravniers, (J0(> JJonon I31dg��� Chioa*  ���. "jtxt"Wct��'��- v j  IF YOU HAVE A  LOTTO SELL,  A HOUSE TO IlENT  MINING STOCiv TG  SELL,  Or.if you wish to in ves;,  in any of theae consult  FARRELl   ^ SMYTH.  l?rices G-Ivob,  and   -Orders  Talien on.'   ���  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  .-...'���,'       '     ��� 'IO   Spokane,   Seattle  'and   Const  I'oiuts.  St.T'aul, DulutlvMiurjeapolis  Chicago and Points East.  'ftTRAINS DAILY Q  I    FAST. TIME'  P  8 '.C"  i 8 fi iPl> (4 B 'iFt      ��� . 'rt    ���       /*h,  P  Kx.9 1&  l* **?-������        ^  j New-'Equipment    Throughout,    Day  j"    ' v-oacbes, Palace   and  Tourist  |"        ;  Sieepers,'(fining nnd Buf*  I-. . fet Smoking and Li-  '���; -WIIOJ.ESALK ANu KETAIL .  ;|MEAT.' '-MERCHANTS*'  j       Fresh   and Cured Meata,  Fresh  I       Fish, Game -ami   Poultry.    Wo  supply gorily ' tlie   best.     Your     I  trade solicited.  8MAK-K.KXH  Ijln   all   the   Principal  WJxich Furnishhs Life  Insurance as an investment ior you and a safeguard for your family.  F. J. SMYTH, Agent,  MOVIE, 13. C.  ��� *^iil wiiiMiwiiJ**iii*��w��iKwM��i*��w-w*Miifa-*aLWiiv;i��^'^>^i^��r��^^r^  C3I  .pfv:i3r):P3ri3r ji! vfjuiii  , . Beer Always. Qli .Hand'.: ���: v-';:.:..  Qualityipiot excelled-in'the country.}] Try it'farto  .^ .��� a   be convinced.  irfmmnmr.'auue%T*vesB>fKM2; TTMwt.ni'wr  <)S "ira ew v^v "^r tt ���^s' **2fa35i ���-.*-.        vj-iy >i��^. pw^ vsr"^s "^ar- c,  f-  /ft  P. FyJOHJVrSlWV*  10  J-  .V-  \i  J/  <(>  <i'��  r*  -M��  ^    ^  IP ^,  t, A "V Sat U V  V  brary (Jars.  For Tickets.   Stitl.e.V,   Folders   and Vi ^tieSJan.d''    .TOWlls'~ln ||  Full  information, call on   ur   ad- '    A^AA',"." ,"" ^"T       ----������������        :^>  dre.--sany   On at. iNon.hem  Agent I .tfritlSn  UOlUmbia. ���'       } ��>  or wrilo it                                               '   '     " ^  | This. Hotel is Nexy and well burnished.  Tho ��  (|>        Tables are Supplied with -the Best the |  MarKet affords. TH^ Bar is Filled with i  ���tho'Best Brands of Liquors and Clears. H  v. n. f.. incssts-rnx, v,. w. v. a.,    i "'i/A\tCr.L<!fP ' V  Gl2 l,,ii-f.t Avenue.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK:S.,��  c. ' ! A'  S^ATTLK,  .\VAHIlJHjBAlJ(ll7Ain^   kouEas,, .   KOOTE^Y.!^   MOV;V ~ ......  �����5�����*t3^*��6'���'S6'S$��*8'��S���e��fie����'See'8S^����������e����������  r.iti'rrsn cum ���** m.i  vf  85  ���*i  ������������ "/*>;������  a^^aa  : ' ��� ��� (^^  i ,     . 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