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The Moyie Leader Feb 28, 1903

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 '*?f��*-'w��-- uc  <!?V rtn-JSr,-  - y?i".s,r  I,    ������       ��� ft.,��-   - ���        ~  i' -' ;'-(!��� :  i-',\:-y}'-..  \?y70y:;7:  '      ,. ?��� S  Wr  ty-  C^-j**"  ^  ( 1  *  'IS** *-    >,  ^fjij3 ��o m  MOJIE, B,0^.h*BBCfARY v?,1903,  ^^^^^^^^v*' ^^^?^^^-^>**>y^-^*^-"^r'';'s"^y*"*^.  4~  1^f# f T ��  TO GET BARGAINS IN  S2A YEAg  \ >ti ���  '/?/!  il  km s  mm  f  f  </ii*-j  Lead Market Growing  ;*>  P.  Theorganuln, of- lh.;SI. EoS6,S ({�� N �� h A L  Mountain IPinmg  Company   .l, inn ted  �� S **��� 2 3 2  leetsd  !E  B-.ARB  E5J  'ij*.'  Indications Favorable for tli;  St1 Eugene  and Other-  Big" Lead Properties  ,, Starting- Up, ���  is tha latest'venture in  miosis,  lowing are tho ofilcers:        t      -  Kail 17'eitze); President;  0, J. Johnson, Vice-President,  i j i  0. .Sutherland, Secretary-Treyr. i ��� 0     .  The property conbiats of  the  Can do | Il61BS   01  lHt6F8St   p6"  and Mountain Goat groups v.hieh   are j  situated on the St.  Eugene   mouaUdii j  and traversed by I lie  St. Eugene' lead* j  j There r.re 12 claims ia the two groups.  Tho company has   been   incorporated  with 1,000,000 bharsri of a par value  ot  ���fii each.    Fifty   thousand   shares   will  be put on the   market  .'it once at I'1  cents  sach.   ," ha   head  o/licc ol   the  company \viii be at Kaslo.���  The stock of this company will y.ir-i  nish, a "good legitimate, iriveotcaeat fo.-  the public, and one which i;j ,bound to  reap iliem good return;:, as the property is well developed and of un'tlowL-i-  ed vuLie.  ; METAL   MARKET.   ,  j Hew York���Bar silver, 43i cents,  i Lead, S4.m. Copper, .*?ll.'3o! Zinc*.  . (spelter) ^o.O.'J.  Lomdos���Lead, *12, Sb, 9d,  ! BOIH Tl WORLD  Si'OCK  QDOTATIOK5.  Furnished ..by   Beale.  Hutchison" & '  Elwell, brokers, .Movie, B. 0,  Asked...       Bid.  Croiy'tf Nest ,Coal ��125.00    $75.00  St. Eugene   North Star   Sullivan   Can. Gold Field?.   .,  40  30  12  * 10  4  '    21  '3i  9.0  ~4  i,T c.  ,      ,    -.    r, ��� \-   '      I     '--'he Liberals and Conservativeg will  |J>JGWS   beieOted   irO'fa   ManVjline up nc-t Monday evening  and en-  Souroes and,  Compiled  wltl] Ten Scissors  ���y<r��0 Paste.  RQODS.  Q  ^^-''SffiiT  A'^mmp  Ou   %^ U  Co  ��  as  ���if*  ���ymy��� u*uj ~���';i  t*fc**t^**����.'*e-*S*-��i J ii  3ANK  O'C  ulPiflifiEKwi  . ^a$4m  "  ��� ��� -":'iA ^^'  Paid TJp ;Gai>itaI   $8,000,0  00.  "0>  Eeserv8.  o'KfVt **~-0'r? "4  p^CRANBROOK BRUNCH.  g.-^*?i;.s*a,si��s--a ,   ' "  ft'ta.r'^lS-*!*!*    . ' ���   Deposits Received.    Present Hate of Jntercct 3 per ce:it.  F.'C.MALPAS, m?K  muMH. iir.**LiUiii  ^s-t^s-^s- ^. x^sn^-^s j^s -i^-?,;^ ^,,-z^ -/^..r^ ^    ^'^  D.  1 <Ti SI Q iff *U  ���lisUU-S&t  CAriTAL, CAutliorized) * *^222'2?2  CAPITAL, (Paid  Up)       - ^^  jp,EST ir-^brj.'JJb  ? "V'��-a#M  -'x  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO,   ONTAH10.  T'R MEREITT Pres     D. Tt. WILKTH, Vice-Prep and   Oct., Han.  R HCAY, AesiBtont Gen. Manager.    W.^IOFFAT, Chief I��S|jeclor.  concral banking hr.ci-  ::tcd.  v  y.i  The rise   in   the  piioe   o."  lead   ha-  t *  wrought a v;ondorful c!i.m(|'3 in ?.I��-)}-ie.  rhcinhftbitanta v:ell   rr-ahae  Vvdi.it   it  ,       Ocltcr *,Vr:.TO  Fiaslly Settled.  JJojshmd,   Feb, 20'.���Def arts ' Justice  Irving in the'eupreme   court 'bittin��r.*'  CRANBROOK BRANCH ^"'^1  ?   .   '.'.^JWl'^V  'I  SAVJ^Gs'dBA'HTMENT���Interest allowed on deposits.  Drafts sold, available in all   p.ms   of   Canada,   United   States  and  Europe.    Succial attention given lo collsctioue.  .    F. H. MARSH,, Manager.  i  ��>!  ^-^^^^^ ^^iW? .������tejJt.'.'^rf*' =4fJsftt_^ Jrfr >-.V_^ mt jr.-^iajOzjfc- ��V�� ^  ii 111*3 higher, or eyep. holds firm, tLejV  is scarcely an}* doubi bat the iSt, Eugene njjue v;ill be in operation by 'the  first of May. Thi.-. wiil mean thtj en.-  'ploymcnt of hctweeu, 2,'iO aud ,'10tf  men, and a monthly payroll of in the  neighborhood - cf "��30,000. Tyitli  Lhe men employed in the sawmills and  lumbering camps"; Moyie'*? payroll will  be lirger, than, ever boiord, a-nd th.j  town wiil be by far the liveliest in the  Kootenai's.  , The rise,in tbe price of "lead seem-.  to have'all the indications of being  permauent, and there is every iea&ou  to belieye that it, v.'ill go even much  higher. It is a'well known fact thnt  Lhe surplus in the United States 1ms  lonj.;'since been exliitisted. Tn fact,  Lhe consumption ig .greater t-h.'in the  supply in that country at 'tlie pr?seiu  lime. There hae also been \ery little  load produced in Canada during the-  past, rear, nnd a half, c-nA !.'.lc consumption has b'.-on. increa-iin.'j. iicadily dur-  iiur th:?. time. For these* reisons d.  iri generally believed that it-ad, v,;,'il  inairitithi a good sniP price iOi' ycaui'to  come.  'trsiter^-orliii Jtloetli*!*;.  The annual meeting of the Moyie  Wiitc-r Co. was held, in the sample  roo'i'i? of tho Central hotel Monday  -ifteruoon. Tlu-ro were J0,92i shares  of stock represented. Following is a  list of the d'rpctorj elected for tho en-  sum;; yen r:  "V A. Harvey, proc-Mem; .*���. P. ?,lac-  ilciakl, vice prjeidont; J. 1\ Ftrroll,  st c re: i-.ry ; V. 1 'esa ui t. ier, i re'.ii urer ;  P. I\ Johnston, Jtobt. CV.irphell E. A.  Hill.  The a Hairs cf the company were  found iu a very satisfactory 'condition.  means to them.    If   the   price   gotp a   t,oday the case of the crown ogainht A  Gciser was finally diepo&od of, A. y.rar  ago I.-isd A.uguct whrn ths niin-.-r-"  SSrikc wf-,3 m progress, t.'ej-rsr, an Oif.'-  gon contractor, vvas fined o}I5jO an-.'  costs.by Police JUagistmte Bouitbec* foi  violating the alien labor act by importing men to work in the VRosslaiicl  mines, ' k   ���    '  The money was paid, into court ana  vaiious appeals have been'made by the  defendants without success. The  judge stated that a reconsideration ot  the case did not alter his first1"expressed opinion in the matter, and' conse-  nuently he ic-fusod lo inlorlerc'witii.the-  police magistrate's conviction.  W.' 11. Macdonald, one of the Rossland miners' union officials, who ' laid  the original charge against. Otiser, is  entitled to one half of the line imposed/  ���    LOCAL  NEWS. '  The Pernio strike is sUi!r unsettled.  Prei-idont, liooscvelt will st-irt on his  western trip about .March 20th.  Supt.   Jamieson  of   the  Cranbrook  division of tho���C P.  li.  may   be  pro-  tnoteii wiihin a short   time,  mul  it  ij  said that   G.��� "Erricfeson   will   bo 'ap-  ���pointcd a3lna successor.  . The meeting of the Provincial' legislature has been postponed from March  12th to April 2nd. ?Jo reason is given  for the postponement, but the general  opinion ;s that the government is  afraid that il will be defeated when the  house meets, and the futal day is postponed in Vnc- hopes that somctha'ng  may be dona to prevent defeat,  C, E. McPherson, genoral passenger  agentiVfor the western lines, of the 0.  P. E., said recently in -Nelson : ''I do  not think that the Kootenay lumbermen can commence io supply-the de-  inand for lumber in the territories. I  know that many ' rnill3 have 'been  .-.���laned up in this section, but P doubt  if the men iu the' bifsiness 'realise what  _J " . q adomand there will bo   this  summer.  The backbone ol winter  seems to be j Undcr  the   ei^matances   prices  are  broken. c- ' '        ! sure to be hi^h and as quickly   as  the  lumber is shipped in it will be snapped  up.    There is, of course, no  timber  in  gage m a wordy battle on the political  i&suc-s.    A real warm   time   is   lookeu  for. '  F;ire brigade ihc-eting next Thursday !  evening.;     ' , '  J. W. Fitch spent a   day   or   tv/o  of  the week iu Cranbrook.  A special meeting, of  the   board   of  trade was held Monday evening.  the territories and practically ho large  amount of lumber ou hand."  CRANBROOK    ITEMS.  Cranbrook Herald:  Constable   Lriuximond     ha3,i..!;eeii  called to Fernie during the strike. T ,, .  ���     _,      ,       .   ,  Jamea Ryan oi the Cranbrook hotel  The advance in the price of  lead   is J adopted a novel and scientific  scheme  creating a much better feeling amongst   for   thawing   out   his   under   ground  the people oi Moyie.   '  WANTED���-Oookc and. wait.jrs at  goo:! wages. For paiticulars v;:ite or  apply at this oiue-e.  The subject reads:  "Resolved that tho Conssrvatiye  government is more beneficial to  Canada llian the Liberal gevern-  mt-.ut."  Tin- opposite iideo ctand as  follows:  AM-fu.viATrvi;. ,    Hei'iATIve.   '  CO. Farrell,        -1 ���    JI. A. Smith,  A. P, Macdonald, E. A. 'Hill,'  O. J, Johnson, ���      I-t.   Campbell,  J. W. I-Vitcli. , , A. T. Clark.   '  The loaders   v.-,\i have  12   minutes  each; each alfernate' follower 10  niin-  ' v..  utes each, and'oach of the ieadera  five  minutes ior closing. ��� ":" '  Everybody invited.  Xho iiracK.orw.iee I'loascd. ���  Those who attended the entertainr*  ment given by the Ma'cKen?.ie3 in the;  hall last Saturday evening were thoroughly delighted. It was , an entire  new program trom that presented on  their former visit, and in (1 every piece  Mr. and Mrs. Maclieu-pe proved themselves to be finished artists. "The equal  oi Mr. MacKenzie'a singing has seldom, if ever, been heard in the Ivoote-��  nays, while Mrs. MacEenzieis an" ele-.  cutionisl of splenditl ability.  It,is Eaid that I/ord Minto, governor*  general of Canada,' will retire from  office in the fall of this year.  ��� (-...  uuwa.w.u^"mt"-'J*  ^  1  I  III PS  llrf   w  ��9 Hi*! vis  I  ���5?  tef  11  i\v X*  The Kootenavs sent 8S dcle'jatei  ���i !  Lhe meeting of the Provinci.\l   Mining  Association a! Victoria.  Ed Desaulnier, Felix Desaulnier and  P. J. Cahill were in Fort Steele this  week attending court.        --  water pipes last week. He had Super  int:-ident Ewert, of the Electric Light  company, fix up :���. strong electric cti'f-  renr, which wa.-i eonnected with the  pipe, Inside of 30 minutes after con*  tr.*ct.ions were made tlio water was  flowing freely. It is probably the first  time th*i sciicmo was ever tried''in  British Columbia,  Vs  Dr. .Kingin writing from New  York  City, says that i& seems strange to   one  who has lived for any length   of   time  outiu tbe woods (o drop into   a  great  H. Cameron, manager cf tha  Moyie i city, and that for tlie first week it kept  NOTICE.  Xorth West corner post Timber Liniit. Thirty  ���lays after date I intend Jo apply to tho'Chie";  Commissioner of Lands and VVorks for a special  license to'cut au'd carry away iimber from the  follo-A-iug described lauds: .  Commcueing at a post planted near the 350  ifile.Post of the Canadian Pacific Railway, on  the west bank of the Moyie river, East Koote'-  ���ay. Eost'SO chains; South SO chains; West SO  chains; Xorth SO chains to point of commencement, coutaiuiuif G-iO acres, more or less.  ,'      "        GV MATTHEWS.  Dated February 17th, 1003.  ICOTICE.  South V/est comer post Timber Limit. Thirty  dnys after date I intend to apply fo' tho Chief  Commissioner oi Ltindi and VVorks for a Spe'.  cial license to cut and carry away Timber from'  ihe following described Lands;  Commencing at a post planted two miles from  the Canadian l'ucific Railway track ou Meadow '  Creole, Kasi Kootenay; 1G0 chains East; -10 chains  Xorth; 160 chair*-* West; 10chains South to poiut  of coiiimenccmont. contaiuiiicj 6-10 acre's moreo;  less. J. DOUGLASS.  Dated February 17th, 1903.  *,      - ji'H.iSx.  I       .    , ^i ^i, ^,.*t  1 A-A'f^  1 /* **  OBLAKTSjaOOK-yUB-. O.  Healing    Stoves, Cooking    Stoves,  1MB  d&.ti  ���^��& UanSes' Kitchen Utenscls, Ml Q Y3 ^1l 'WQ   PA  \,tn^    S^tnill   and   Mining    Supplies   of   aAI^A.   ^i    t *    ^-i--*-   W  ;   - ;c^Jv*'ery Debcriuiion,    Prices Uight.  "uf\',l Mnil   Or.lc-is   fJi.TU Proi.in*  -Vlpulum.  " "--"*- ^^tow.-������w��fc-.i-^��f"-i.w���**v-^*:i.'"*f^i,^i^ry"  *��� r-fc.-fifwmii f3MUmKmrjcvL-  A ���suH^^BK*sr"rfM **��� '*-"  If you want anyti'hir.gv oi.yj. "S'^ ana nea'.;  :<: i,u  .( r- .��  ���r\  f. 1 f\ %' :%  Park, on Arrow, lake, slating that th'  mill lVhicli Gus King is building there  will be ready to run by the loth of  March.  P. D. Hope, the druggist, is  preparing to rallle a   g-juf's  valuable   travel  jiugcase   and a    liandsome   pipe  ;mh:  a-e.    Thoy aro on   exhibition   in   liis  '.oro v indov,-.  Tjie.'e i^ tv.'.-.' I'.'.ic, ,u t.. .k-'.'.:',o lii.ii  a niiiu is lucky io escape alivo,  (;hurcU Services.  Presbyterian���Sunday vrchcel at:*i  p. ni. Afternoon service in the hall  at  .. o'clock.  All are cord hi! y  invited   to  attend  the^'c services.  T. A. P.ROAP.KOOT,  Pastor.  Commencing at a post planted near tha 1��{.  Mile post of the Canadian Pacific Railway, on  the West bank of Moyio Siyer, East Kootenay;  1(50 chains East: 10 chains South; 100 chains.'  W est to point of comincnccineut, contftiaing  0-10 acres more or le*-s. D. MvKAT,  Dated February 17th, 1903.  Ill '.i'lC'I'l  ���MlUil  jjhO'jl      li  **     r ) \'*.i'  ��- m*?  "ii��i'  . ^$fl  "A   f  ^1!  i'    y     r\     t) i M^r 'A  .tili ^ a ^ ^ "  sf*$   '/���"^  r.-!"��  Tlieleadi^^^  ���������"':',-y  'k&&^&&^^  ^1  >'**  \i*  %  /���* i  'f'll A  ihm:d>ty.3��%^m  Larue sample- room in' connection  with house for commercial men.^ Best  bf accommodations.  t  Ur  Headquarters for Oommenclai and-'Mining--I  Vte.3 latesr, tiling in  Boots m& iliiG-es,  l"\ *$��<?    -'*-'��t* Ai  (' ** a t c  Hfctlli*-*       '.Jllivl"      >'.��'��J'W'I  Glassware,-/ ���;:v.---'  ^4 *-*t/o  j dv: ^. Ai  iy   (Mr1.  .-.  !(i  . ,  ic  r.t   nn.'U ������ '  ! \/i!i U-  -;tl'l'l'.'\.  , i,  r:  ^.^  . n*  .���   iMmii". u  ' ..iMTiiuer  Tho-e  wi'  1 L  ;ve  M  oyic   [...ur '  i imi'ji la.-i  i            *  . t-.'it iinni'".,  ' ;���  Mi:p  \i:  .V;s.  Aii. A  /. M.I.-  ha  i  t ��� i . "*,  'j  ii'n   .-ii-i; '  ivit'ii nil.  n y ..|..:i  ���:  '.!  i '    1  t r^  '    -..."   il*i*  wcok, b.  ��� f i-     w.  .  .'  ���V.  j  ���|"  ,   ' 'i.idly. i  M-: hi ���  ���!"-."' ni  i  .'.���  iii  C.  ���I'i'.v   Mr*,  .'���i-ii.-ii.:  '-5 p'.l'lV  -*-1?  i t..  ��.- .  V   .  it H.4.  I aw. ;;  :itUi-iUi\'  ,\V:  15  i-i;i:>  da  y '-rtt  tlio;  .A,royie I.  n in ber C  x's.  =4i-l  '.i1 a  ...,..  iii  ;V3 a ' ns  i  'suit,'th'e  town w*  .;'  11.1  >v y  lis  civ   than ;  ' for some  time   p  asi  The  n  .ercliants !  'and-hot i  vi .,,111011    '  var  2  groa  A.\  '  pleased 1  with tho  anion n t  of  1.1 U  *.:ne  .;s'  lonii.  p.  ru.    Preaching   at     7:30    o'clock.  Tlio -.'-.'-vico will b: conduc.ed  by   the  iiev. i).-i.'adr(;L:',  Ao aro wclcoii'..'.  A, ;���.. :i vi.��;ixall. ra-,to:-,1  TiOTlCL'.  "-"oi Lh Wc-t corner post Timber Iv:mit. Thirty  day.-iaftcr ilnt'jl iutotnl to apply to tbo Cl.iet  t' pn:.;i, -.ionor ot I unds aud Works for a special  li.e.iso tu cut'imt :.ir:-y ft*v*i> umber from tho  f./,!ow.i.i4 dcsciibed  It*.n.N:  CoriiMoncniv-j.t.i p,-,-t j.lanu'd near tho ;;.is  ���rijiU'r-K-t oi'llie Caiuuii'iia l'ai'iiic Ranwuy on  '1' i 'Vim iiaulr oi -h-zyitr, :o Hirer, Kiis.t Kootc-  ;:.y, i:i-,- (.' cli.iiu--; Su'itl*. Ji-0 el'.aius, Wtst 1(J  (.bain-; Noitli lt)0cp.'ii:i-, t . i iiiut of eoinuience.  '.'I'-f', I'liiitiiiir.trg'ii i ..i'  *. :.ii>io Oi-l."-s.  :  ���*-   . >...-.��  WI,  ,  iilll'.i.l   OliV  ^���"i^-.^-t-'^S ! L'aL'-d I'i'lirti..- y l":ii, I v  J. ��v,  ���'���ITCH.  M1E PMY GHEWIHG! Beale, Huteidson  m^'ir5 ApirifS  & Eiwfel]  ,-yi;. uc-jj  it  ���the y^sT nualitv.  t  MOST   LASTING  !��;�����  M j7 ft it 'fii$'*\ \ (% ~  j-jbo-aube: . it i  chow..  'BECAyyE.it   id  ...J  Trios. 1-J-idftr, of the Aurora, :uino, ar: ; BEOAUSE^ho TAoy auk valcaulk for j  rived ��� hor-.v Wednesday ��� from  Spokane i p>eir.iuni*j im til-Jan.!, 1905 |  tilC    LAiUIK.ST   high !  : 10.  anil' iV'wr.tlle, where he lias been 'spending theAvititer. Mr. Kader. feols quite  tianguinc over Iho 'mi;*!u,, outlooks 1'oi'j  silve'r atul'leatl niinii)'';, an'd intinintosj  that a rostnuyition of. out-ratio';.' ���: ou the !  Aurora property v,\i�� .*oO'i be ioi)ki.'tl j  Ior..  ' , ���       ' ' j  BECAUSE'we guakantick every plug,!  aud ��� ;  BECAUSE your dealer   is   niilliorzicd I  STOCK'B.ROKEIIS, ,'        .  VREAL ESTATE AGENTS,  .- AND .CONVEYANCERS,,.  .���.   ACCOUNTANTS,.. ETC  Collections our specialty,  to   rotund  . your   raniiciy   n  -.V4J��-JJS>a.-  yon aro itoo  ahslied. |  ��TMV*im_,vj*(.**,-��u; j  Tit i*: li,\u*iii�� TuK/UX'O Uo.; Istu.    j  ----- MOYIE, B. e.  ��*.i  pa  m  [    ^      >  )'   1  .<��� 1    ,      **r*W   JJfWJ  -^��� * f-i..-...^.^*-*���tf..  ��* , 0  CORNEI  By Louise Robinson Rhodes  6   Ctrpyright, 1901, hy L. I?. Rhodes 6  0*X>*0*0*O*K>*K5G'K>*G*K>'K>-#��*0  ,, Norven, Mich., April 20.  Dear Bill���E nave a scheme.   Do you  want to go snucks?    You know those  little pink 'flowers folks go daffy over  in spring? Well, Sis says there's heaps  growing round here.    Trailing arbutus  they call it.    I thought it would be a  good plan for me to get a few bushels  for you to  sell.    Sis says she'll  help,  only she won't believe I'll get bushels.  But 1 will, though'.    Say,, there's a boy  sits right across the aisle from me who  plays   hookey   e'very   spring  and   fall.  (Joes  oil'   in   the  woods   and   stays   a  :, week or two hunting and fishing.   Nobody  ever can  find  him.     Ho  shoots  deer, rabbits, squirrels and things and  has  dandy   times  fishing.     Pie  has  a  camp   t kit    hid  ' somewhere,    nobody  knows,   and   J'tsst   goes   wheu   the   fit  comes on.    When'he comes back, he's  good as pie the rest of the year,    lie's  looking out of the -window now. ' Wonder if  he's  fixing  to go soon?    Gee,  don't I  wish L could sneak with linn?  But he hain't got any  ma.    Sis says  she's going to wrile your sister pretty  soon.   The teacher is looking at me aa  If, 1  am too still.    I've been sneaking  this in school.    Guess I'll have to stop  and do something to liven things up.  If  you'll go snucks on the arbutus, let me  know.    Yours truly, GKURS.,  f'.rc I entered the town. The miners  v.vre passing like gnoiiius into thp hills,  and everything seemed so uncanny that  I was ���_<.'!'I'.hiely startled when some  one suddenly i took my basket from me.  It was only u schoolmate of Gi-gsac-  nor's, who bad joined mo unobserved.  He is a descendant of the old voyageurs  who first ventured into this region, and  their wild love of nature breaks out in  him occasionally, with most disastrous  effect upon his education. He seems to  know that I, too, love the natural world  and has a sense of comradeship. When  he took my basket, he already had an  armful of most' perfect blossoms. He  had heard I wanted some.  Well, dear, this letter has lasted far  into the night. My eyes are heavy, and  I lay down my pen with the wish that  your dreams may be as sweet as the  fragrance of my room. Faithfully  yours, ' - MAR [AN."  A  REMARKABLE  SHOT.  Norven, Mich., April 2'J.'  My Dear Genevieve���The first warm  days of spring are with us, and I reel  as if new blood were coursing through  my veins as it i-s through'the arteries  of the ,great 'trees around us. i am so  much belter, the doctor says, we may  not have io spend another year among  the pines. Dear old pines! 1 shall  miss them when we go., Just now they  are putting out tender green fingers  which point lovingly ..at the spring sun.  Here and there great patches of adder  tongues flaunt their brilliant yellow'aa  ono passes.  And, oh, Genevieve, the arbutus will  be out' next week. Grosvenor wants  me to help him gather it for sale. You  can guess how like sacrilege it seema  to sell them, yet there may be a pleasure in sending the beautiful bits of  fragrance to brighten other people's  lives as they once did mine. I am  learning to pick up the little -bits of  pleasure trying to forget that I' ever  presumed to long for,great happiness.  Write me soon, and tell me all about  yourself and what people are doing In  that dear world "down^below." Faithfully yours,  MARIAN NORTHWAY.  Norven, Mich., April 80.  Well,  Bill,   here  goes  the   last box.  We've cleaned lip pretty good out of it  all, haven't we?    What are you going  fo do with your money?   Guess I'll put  mine toward a gun.    1 want to go off  with the chapel told you of awfully.  Ma says a camera would be nice.   Then  I could take views of this part of the  country to take home with me.    Say,  did you know we are going home next  fall?    Marian's a lot better.    Gee, but  you did stick Doc Graham.   Asked you  all about Sis, did he?   Well, he needn't  have,  for Si? don't like him anyway.  When  he  came  last night,  she cried.  Ain't girls' soil?    I wouldn't cry if a  fellow came to see "me that 1 didn't like.  Ma likes him, though.   She kissed him  once.    He's real nice to me, so I ain't  kicking, but it don't seem fair to,bother  Sis when she ain't real strong yet.   The,  fellow I said is whistling for me to go  fishing with him, so here goes.  GRUBS.  Norven, Mich., April 25.  .Dear Bill���Tbe box goes tonight  by  express.    It don't look such an awful  lot,   but   Sis   says   it's   awful   small  buncbes they sell,for'10 cents, and not  very  big  for  a.  quarter.     Most  likely  your sister will know about how much.  Say, work Doc Graham to the limit.   I  guess he likes arbutus, for I remember  he used to worn* it in his buttonhole  and seems as if he brought Sis some  once or twice'when she was sick last-  spring.    I don't believe Sis likes hiiii,  for   she   won't  ever   talk   about   him.  Say, the fellow I wrote about is gone  again.    We found some dandy fish in  a basket on the steps the other morning.    They were for Sis. a paper said.  We suppose it Is aim.   Say, maybe the  old   maid   over  In   Pike  street   would  take some arbutus.    She used to have  her yard full of flowers.    Don't forget  to   stick   Doc   Graham,   and   perhaps  Miss Marks, who used lo be my Sunday school teacher,  would take some  if you told her I got it.    The recess  bell has rung, so, so long.      GRUBS.  Norven, Mich., April 27.  Dear Bill���The second box started tonight by express, as I telegraphed you  it would, but thought I would write  and tell you I'm glad you froze that  Smith boy out. Don't suppose Ins  flowers were as nice as ours anyway.  Course he knew you could lick him, but  most likely he sold out because he's too  lazy to do the work. Sis said, it wa'n't  right to coerce hini to sell out to you.  Ma didn't say anything then, though  Bhe looked funny. I heard her tell Sis  afterward that sho believed every boy  was a primitive man and that it was  only by slow evohishun that he became  a gentleman. After awhile she talked  to me in ber room. Jf that Smith kid  has got any more arbutus to sell, you  might let him, but chase him out of  your ward anyway. Sis is Avriting to  Gene, so you will hear all the news I  guess.    Yours, GRUBS.  P. S.���The fellow that went Is back.  He helped get this lot of arb; VHa've-  you stuck Doc Graham yet?  Norven, Mich., May 1.  Dear Genevieve���John has come. Ho  does care, aud mother said she guessed  it all along. He did not dare tell me  when I waa ill for fear I did not care  and would feel sorry for him. Isn't he  thoughtful? We are to have the quietest little wedding in the early fall, and  then I shall see you' for a little .while  before we go to Georgia for the winter,  for I am not to give up .the pines altogether.  This is the happiest Mayday I' have  ever known. I cannot write more now,  as John 'is waiting for me to go walking. We will try to find a few last  sprays of arbutus. Lovingly your friend,'  '  ��� ,       MARIAN.  Smith,   Smylli   mul   Smijth.  It is curious how the little letter "y"  has proved a huge difCerentium. For,  whereas the "Smiths," as a rule, have  been' money making, the '"Smyths"  have shown themselves chivalrous and  aristocratic. While the Smiths were  Roundhead the Smyths suffered for  Tory or Jacobite principles, according  to the London Mail.1" Apropos of those  variations in the spelling of the great  patronymic',Mr. Comptou Reade .propounds a theory which should prove of  comfort, to both branches of the family. He hotly combats the notioh'that  the Smyths, Smythes and Smijths have  assumed a variation of spelling to lend  an aristocratic flavor to a homely name.  "Nothing," he declares, "can be further  from the truth. The original form was  Suryth, just as the modern 'cider' is a  corruption of,the ancient 'cyder.' So  far from the Smyths having Sraythed  themselves I can discover barely one  notable instance of the change from  T to 'y,' but I can trace numberless  instances of Elizabethan Smyths having become Victorian Smiths. The roco  spelling of the' word Smijth is apparently due to the Ingeniousness of some  mediaeval clerk, who, In writing Smyth,  look upon himself to dot both points of  the 'y,' thus producing 'Smijth,' "  Firo��l   In   tin-  Dat-lc,   It   Injured   Three  Mfis  Half ii Mile  Aivhj-.  "One of the best and most romarka-  bl>- shots made during the  war  with  Spain," said a. gentleman who made an  effort   to   get   into   the   thick,, of   the  fight, "was, in my judgment, made at  Miami, and the man who fired the shot  was a Louisiana boy and a member of  my company.   He was doing duty as'a  provost guard at the time.   It was late  at night when the soldiers were roused  by the quick,  clear crack of a  Krag-  Jorgensen on the outskirts of the camp.  No  particular   attention   was  paid  to  the matter at first,  as only  one shot  was fired.    But with a couple of officers we went out to where the guard  was stationed In order to find out just  why it was that he had  fired at that  time of night,    lie explained that he  had seen a  man slipping  through the  bushes  some  distance away  and  had  called  on  him  to halt.    Uo  failed  to  obey   the   command,   and   the   guard  blazed away at him, more 1o frighten  him   into 'a   slop  than  anything  else.  Of course, (lie fellow never halted,' He  was  probably  too badly frightened  to  stop at that time.  .  "While we,wore talking to tho guard  we heard a fearful noise at least half a;  mile from the guard's station, and we  made a break for the place to see what  the matter wns. We heard several  people screaming as if in great tigony.  Down tbo road wc went at full speed,  and in a short while we came upon a  little cabin which stood on tho roadside. The noise was in this cabin, aud  I never heard snob groaning and/wail-  ing in my life. Wo found three mon in  the house. Tbey were in'great agony,  and we asked them what was the matter. 'We have been shot,' they said,  mid sure enough they had been shot.  "One was shot in the right arm, an-'  other in the back and the third in the  hip. They had all been ��� wounded', by  the same bullet. The man who was  wounded in the arm was lying on ,his  'igbt' side. The ball passed through  his arm. Next to him oho of his companions was sprawling out on his back,  and the bullet split the hide on this  part of his anatomy as smoothly as a  knife. Then it passed through the  fleshy part of the third man's hip and  .sped on. , ' o  "'Wo could not find the ball. It had  passed through the side of tbe house,  wounded the three men in tbe way indicated, bored through the wall on tlie  opposite side and kept on going. Now,  that cabin was fully half a mile from  the point where the guard was stationed, and yet the shot lho fired had  wrought  all   the  liavoc, we   found."  ANATOMICAL.  E;ich oar has four bones.  Tho body has about 500 muscles.  The lower limbs contain thirty bones  en eh.  There aro 2.1.000 pores in  the  hand  of a man.  Man is the only animal that possesses  a real nose and chin.  The   human   skeleton,   exclusive   of  teeth, consists of 208 bones.  The eight muscles bf the human jay.*  exert a force of about 500 pounds.  Tho wrist contains eight  bones, the  palm five, the fingers have fourteen.  " Tho smallest bone in the human body  is in the lenticular, which is seated in  the ear.  Tho work performed by the human  heart each twenty-four hours is equal  to the lifting of 120 tons to a height of  one foot'in the same length of .time. '  .Dlncovcry   of  I'ni-ple.  A dog belonging to Hercules Tyrius  was one day walking along the seashore wheu he found and ate a murex,  a species of shellfish. Returning to  his muster, the latter noticed that the  dog's lips were tinged wiih color, and  in this manner Tyrian purple was discovered. The color'was used in the  robes of emperors and noble.--, and rhe,  expression "born to the purple" ,111011 nt  that tlio person was of high birth. It  is sfrmige to think that tho favorite  color iif royalty can be traced to the  curiosity or hunger of tho dog of Tyre.  Tlie   Pr��titul>l��   Saiiszt*.-,!*.  For the amount of merit used the  sausage is the most prodtable legacj.  of the hog.', Fully fifty different kind.-  of this suspected article are tuaiiufac-.  lured to suit the taste of many people*  ���for Italians, with a dominating m-pas-  QnaiBt   Court  Records.'  Among the treasures of the Philadelphia Historical society is the complete  record of the "Court Held at Upplaud  in Dolowar River From 1070 to 1(581."  This was the court conducted by' the  Swedes, Dutch and English previous to  the granting ,of the state to Pcnn and  previous'to its being named Pennsylvania. Tlie record is quaint. One entry is  of "Jan Cornellisen of Amesland, eom-  playning to ye court that his son Erik  is bereft of his (/iaturall sences and is  turned quyt madd;" .whereupon it was  ordered that "threo or 4 persons bee  hired to build a little Blockhouse at  Amesland for to put in the sd. madman'."'In the suit of Andries Iuckhoor-  en against Constable Andries Homman  lt appears from the record that:  "The Pit. complains that this Deft  hath pulled him by the' Beard and  twisted hie neck, and desires to���knuw  ye reason."  On Oct 16, 16S0, Claes Clam winning  an action for slander against Hans Pe-  terss, the punishment meted out to Pe-  terss was that:  "The Deft not being able'" lo prove  what he hath said or any part thereof,  the Court ordered that ye Deft, openly  shall declare himself a -Lvar."  Bet  on  a  Surd Thing-.  A broker, telling stories' of men in  Wall street, said: "Some years ago  Jakey Field won pocket money for a  and a Western Bronco's hide is  the toughest worn by  any animal'of his weight.  "Pinto Shell" Cordovan is tanned from his hide by  the H.B.K. Co., by their own process, without oils  or minerals. "~ '  Used only in-H.B.K. mitts and gloves.  Water, wind, boil, scorch and cold proof.  ���   JVever cracks or hardens, never tears 'or" rips, always  soft and flexible.  Sold by al! dealers.   See (his trade mark      isS^  If your dealer Las nott-ot them, wriio us nnd send his name  i-very pair branded '^Piato Sholl" Cordovan 1  I  ll  If  * -  ��� "' H'1,  j ',  ��� 'T. -'?<'.  \  -.- .'-'.li  r ���  "i   ,"'<   i',  !"���  :  ,,.���,���* '1  '"i  :''  1 i.r  r-'"  ��� yJ-; -i  .���rfi'S'"'','^'  ' V-.-.: k;.* 1''  . '-/,'-���'V* - . '  DJ"C'**.liBW.1  :'7^^Bf^i  '��$M$<  Ar-mitt  .-;-;,*^$  *>%*VIr-fft^  ���&m  as1  '   -i-'r..rr^fi'ty  ���v-'in-����:  ���' '* ^ip  ���  ';7xjgic:K  ���>   :- 'i-aa^&t.  ' 1 *   ".j.&Pft'-W  son  nz&y ilnittmg' Co.  SO St Gsorjre Street. Montreal.     128 Princess Street, Whmlpeff.  Makers of Warm Clothing, Mitts. Gloves. Underwear, Sox, Moccasins, etc    m  (. '\..../<S-��$t  t'yA'fiMgl  ' - -^ \^Wky  Wen   WI10  ]\ff-n,' after all.  Do   sand   Don't.  are, nnd always will ���  tain   number of  be, ol" two kinds���the men who accom-;  pli--!i and the inen who don't. The pih- j  er day th-?ro was an important confer-j  eiii'i1 at the olllee of one of the biggest 5  took urie more than  I'.sual.  of wins, \ ��� r'->m  ttiuso even one mom made him' tl&'.'^ll  On a memorable morning he torgoiffffim  raunt the number of bis glassea Ksmffl1          ���     WhenSW  men in American finance.  It began ear-; tiring his carrJiigp, be stumbled, frigt^a  ly in the morning, aud nt noon it was j ening U;u hm-M's a lid pausing them ���srasp  not concluded.   Promptly at  half pa.**t; run.    In ��{temp*ing t0 leap"from t��|!  12 pie clerks went out to Junch.   The f carriage his lK'iui struck the pavem��j|$|��|  financier apologized to one of  his .--le-j ami he soon died'.    That glass of w[/j/,  nogr-iphcrs  for  keeping  him   ten  min- j ov��rthre*.y, Mie Orleans rule, conflscat^iP  utes after the regular hour���indeed, ifj  their properly of ��20,000,000 and it^j^  it had'occurred often the f-tonographer   the whole family into'exile. *"f-'" '  would have indignantly .sought another!  position. Lie did not, however, a'poio-!  gi!*.'* 10 the other seven ur eight millionaires who sat about his desk until well  after 7 o'clock, with no '.thought of  luiKrlicon or dinner. These men were  willing to make tho sacrifice which sne-  cef-s demand.*1.' says (lip Oismopolilnn.  Thero is no dearth of openings for the  m:;:r who will lit himself to accomplish.  Very   A %vk.wnrtl.  A young  recruit  was set on seni  go and was. of course, new to his da  A good naiured c.oiunuK* bi ought IjlLi'-'r-^i  sandwich, and the recruit was abo;j:/V v*^  tsked  In'summor tho continuous  takos tip tlie  ncr fttirt lytsifcoutm -wmicr. N11 *a-cf.t.*k|; . >,,'���'; rAmrngp  it minimcr, nohtrainin? or lir<-ii'..!ns- in 7;^- ''^-W^BBtpSw  red and Ksc Blackens ir Ma.vi -Iv-kcn";:''' ���   ,-*'"W^5^^s?  #��Sj  '.,fM$^#  ter. Common crimped wire i.sr.ot spring tempered  ��� .  -  tightens it. loosuns  atr.Un worse than ever.    IJii!<o wire 11 tempered torLj,".....iu in ct ,  tension Bturiiiier and winter.   GO.O.'Jmile-iof l'^KO wire fencuin use now. ,  X^e^Paee^Wlra J^ace Co.^LhTutetl, WalSory-iUg. Ont. Kon^e^P^.,^nd.^Jo!m;Ni.'  ' :'v^p~S��$|p  B.OS5   CO.  "RJOS-S,  General Agents,  WINNIPEG, MAT  '-^^fi  Until   it   OevsSops   into   Pneumonia   or  Consumption���Easy   to  Cure a Co3d if You Use  CHASE'S   SYRUP  OF LINSEED AND TURPENTINE.  j'he ract is that the development ot  business has been more rapid than the  development of men, and today .there i-i  a greater need of men of the right sort  than ever, and every great business ia  looking for them.    "  Norven,Mich., April 27.  Dear Genevieve���I enjoyed your little note very much, though .it...-was  quite too short It was like a brief call  from home friends. How I wish I  could .really have a glimpse of your  dear self and give you a peep at our  paradise!  Yesterday afternoon .1-spent gathering . arbutus for - Grosvenor. I wandered "over tho hills and far away."  My path lay along a track where the  red ore glistened like blood from the  wounded heart of the range. The  great pines, had been cut away to let  the miners steal tbe iron framework of  the hill. A bluejay flitted before me,  scolding all the way from his nest to  the tamarack svvainp.  Perhaps I fell a-dreaming as I gathered my fragrant burden, for a sad,  deep purple had settled over the va.ley  before I turned homeward. A soft dark-  ne��$a hud   nettled over everything  be-  Ciireful   of  Hi.s  FceliiiKH.  "Tom, dear,"'said young Mrs. Newly-  wed very gently, "it was kind "and  thoughtful of you, and I appreciate It1  ever so much, but a man should never  undertake to select anything for his  wife to wear."  "What do you mean?" ho asked in  surprise.  "These buttons v-ou brought home for  me," and she held up a half dozen red  poker chips. "I found them on the  mantel in your room, aud I knew, of  course, that you had brought them  home for me."  "Y-you can't use them, can you?"  "No; But I appreciate your thought-  fulness just the same. You got them  at a bargain, didn't you?"  "Um���yes."  "Well, you were cheated. I don't see  how anybody who makes buttons could  have been so Killy as to forget to put in  the boles that tho thread goes through  when you sew (hem on."  And Toin snid he would take tlieni  right back and exchange them. ;  It  is   easy   to   let   a   cold   run   on.    You  .may   say   with   others that   you   always  let a cold  taks -.ire of il.solf.    Then* L- a  danger   of   following   iliia   plan   o.-icc-    loo  often.    At.   tins   season   o:   tl.u   j'.-ur,  the  lungs   seem    to    be   11 mutually   mim*cjii i'.io  to   dis.en.se,   mid    befou*     .u.li   *ju.-|h*iL  pneuinoiiiu  or  consumption  hut.  sca.l.'u it-  sell    in   your    -.vsti-m.     It   ii.'   posaililu   you  have   tried   the   cough      midlines     v.hu-li  druggists  ofTei   to   their' ciiMomeis    TIii-m*  may   do   well    enough   for      .siifjht    i-ol.J*..  tickling -in   the   thro..I,   but  tlii-y   uu1 |m1h-  erlesK   in   the   iirusenru   of seriou*i   clis<\..-...s  Dr.   Chuse'h  S>rii|>   of   r.!ii.-,..-.-U   and  Turpentine   is   far   mon*   than   a   oou^li    -l-iii-  edy.     It cures  the  cold  as,  noil   as.  Iho.-i.'ii-  ing   and   easing   the   cough     It   takes,   "la-  pain   out   of   thtt   boiler,   and   reaches   1 hi;  very   ^ttat   of   disease  when   there   is   pain  monia and  consumption.   There  is  not   a  villHge   or   hamlet   in   Canada   where   this  ruinous family  medicine is not  recognized  as   it   most   iinu.*>wn)ly   effective   cure    for  cioup,    liionthitrs.    asthma,    coughs    and  cold*.  Mr    Iionalil  Ci-ii'inm,   .1.1  Calk-ndar  St.,  11 1   I in uuiri.  stales. :    "My   boy,   v.ho   is   ."lx  >eait.'of age,      ivii*.      developing   all    (he  ���-Villi '���.iii',   oi   j.neumonia   when   we     coui-  iiui.ted   gi\!i.g   him   iJr.   Chase's   iSyiup   of  ( I.ui'.t-ed   mul   Ti'rp'yiiiiie.,   It   very   quickly  j cil. ci.t-d   the   ,ul\u:lc(-  of   disease,   ar'.l   in   a  I feu   day-, he   %\,i;,  ns   uell   as ever,   nnd   15  J huh   ttOing   lo   n'hool   regularly.        I   liuve  now   area I   faith   in,<hi.s   valuable   lemedy,  nnd   shall   k commend   it   to   my   fi iends."  Don't   Luke   anything   said   to   be   "just  ns   good"   There1 is  no   thioat   and   lung  medicine   .iti��t   as   good    as     Dr     Cha.-'i a  .Syrup   of   Unseed    and   Turpentine llc-  and   tightness   in      the   chest .       it   v. outd j U1emhcr  U,,s   when   buving.   and   insist   on  not  be  too  much   to  say  i hat   Di     Chase's . living   Or.    Chase's;    !>.1   cents   a    bot'.lc.  Syrup   or'   Linseed   and     TurpenUi.e      lias ! All   denleis,   or   Ktli  saved    thousands   of   people      from   pneu- I Toronto  cents   a  mwrison,   Hates   &  Co.  i'nmlce   Stone   Tor   Htiildiuj*;.  Fuiulee stone i.s used for building  purposes in the Canary island**, where  lt is difficult and expensive to procure  stone* of any other description.. The  loose cinder dug from the sides of the  volcanic cones is also used for the manufacture of rhuge blocks of concrete for  the barbor works at Las Pnlmas and  Santa Cruz. Pumice stone was originally used for the dome of the mosque of  St. Sophia on account of Its lightness,  but even this proved to be unsafe, and  the building has been reconstructed.  In Ceylon the most useful building  stone is "cabook," a species of pumice."  Scientifically' it is known at lalerite nnd  occura in beds lying between basaltic  and other lava flows, from tho decomposition of which it has resulted. At tne  foot of Vesuvius there are large building quarries of basaltic lava, and at the  same spot, as well as near Rome, a volcanic ash or pumice called "pozzolana"  is wrought for the same purpose.  n 11..1 s unit .' , '-I'WfyxffW':  "A .sandwich."   replied   the r*?SfA$j&B$m  ���    y ^��%!&&W<Fi  - ���''-'..'sfirJSBBasa ctl  'I>o you know who I  iimjor  "Don't know you from a <i<jw.  Imp* you're the major's co-.t-hy."  'Wo; I'm  not."  ''His grovin perhaps.?''  "So: try :.;;.-ii;i."  "I'-rhnps- 1 hi'- old ��_-Iu.p I,-dim If  "i!.-:'.:'  111 Fri i'u'1.'." s'i;,i j;,,. .|.:i;..r.  "<���!;.  -.r-'.-M   *",.,u-m'i*d" e.'*'-'' - "*,-', J';:\��s  ���ViiiliU-iie'I tfi'r.ln.   ���"iioivl in   -.!'"!'' ���r!i^'^&,  pjv;;>.*ii!   urtiis:  --l.is.u'i'i -���   p.-osssSas  A-t'WS  '���������i'limk  Wi  ";IJ"r' i$ft/m  V. Ulli'  ���-.Wet S.  I  UrTa^lci^iiM'   Society.  Mystic find'unique.is tho-1 seal, right  in liue with the mysterious character of  the organization that bears the monogram of tbe Society of American Magicians of New'York. It is usually printed iti red and White and is remarkable  for the initials "S. A. M.-," worked together., in such a way that tbey are  readable upside down or downside up.  Another curious1' feature of the sea!  is a pair of serpents in a circle, with  their tails in each other's mouth���the  Egyptian sign of eternity. The motto  of the organization, which is made up  of all the magicians in the country and  holds its meetings on the first Saturday  evening of each month, is, "Magic,  Unity, Might."  The first letters of the three words  are an acrostic spelling "Mum," which  is tho spirit of the association, the purpose of the club being to prevent the  exposure of their secret methods'- and  the betraying of the mechanical means  of the magician to arrive at his surprising ends, 1   '  tire of ;,'tirhe;  for <'eriiiuns,  hard  and  fatty;   for   Krcneiiiiien,   dry   and   well  larded;   for   Americans,   well   hpiced,  and   all   of   these   in   several1 giadcs.  Whatever meat cannot be used otherwise  i.s  consigned to  the sausag.",   although for no oilier reason  than  I hat  every ������diminutive Vpiece.���' is  available--;  bam, head and foot .trimmings- and the  odd remnants from the butcher's.block.  Potato,   Hour, 'spices-  i'i nd  water .are  'mixed with the '-nieat, which has been  finely'chopped by .rocking knives, rind  "u steam driven piston forces the-mass  into the casings, whereupon it becomes  sausage.     The  casings  are  the  int>l>s-'  tines  of the  hog,   thoroughly . scTnpeTr  and   Msislied' by -mechanical    process.  Thp    1H..V.S   siiout'   does    not   escape--  that would be a 'gross oversight���so it.'  is trim mod off and sold-as a pickling  "delicacy" to new Americans with 1111-  ��� pronounceable names.  aican.i   (lie   Siinie  Tliingr..'  "He called me at'i nrtistic liar.."  "Why, I didn't hear him use any such  language."   ,  "Well, lie didn't put it in just those  words, but lie said I bad the making of  a successful diplomat iu me."  TJie   \V<��i's(    Sonc'M.  "���\Vh"re nre tlie soiifrs of yesterdayV  SIiii;h (lie bard in a hai In d of sorrow,  While die songs that are driving our Bleep  a Wiiy  Arc the sotiKH of todav and tomorrow.  week on'a Hy. Ho fonk a dy which  had been captured by a piece or sticky  paper and transferred it to the ceiling  of hi.s ollice. The (ly could not have  moved without (caring off j(s lc^.s.  Kic-Jd leaned buck in his chair and  watched It. Some one .came,in and  found hiin gazing upward.   ".  " 'Sayiiifr.your. irrttyers,.Field?' asked  the.visitor,, ; '..;''.   - '    .V '  ^ " '\Vatelling that fly,' he answered.  'It hasn't; moved for five'iniiiufos/' Then  nfte'r.a nionieiit's silence, 'Say, I'llbet  you five, tliat fly -doesn't move for three  minutes,'   '  -   . V ;    ���,-"���'  "He Avon the'bet and kept on winning  others until some one discovered the  trick- and posted a sign outside the office door which read, 'Don't bet on the  fly."'  T��o   Clever  l'or  I&xcIukIoii.  Thomas B. Reed often related an incident which happened when he first  sought to be admitted to the bar. Mr.  Reed and a young southerner were before Judge Wallace of the state supremo court to be quizzed on their  knowledge of the law. Turning first to  the southerner lhe judge asked abruptly. "Is the civil rights bill constitution*  nl?" "No, sir," replied the young man.  Turning to Rood, tbe judge propounded  the same question. "Yes, sir," replied  Reed. Whereupon Judge Wallace looked gravely from one tu the other before  he spoke. "You are both admitted,", ba  finally announced. "Two youiig men  who can handle constitutional questions in an offhand -manner llko tbat  can't be kept out.of the bar."  A:>j��l> 'fi"-���  tin*   -���>'"���.;n>ii��>n>.      ���-;  There are liiai ������ v. !.en on'- pur--"!,>��  ridmii.ibh' cw.iim* i.f re.i'.ii':ni.r^'r''r  child tinl-.- to Wid t'uit it results .n 'J, ^fi^l  ;' ''-'",'S''.3IS*^  ffv.ii undom.,'. ! V;'lfM'S  1   "I don't want to wear in.\ 1 hi ' '"' "  chufrh."    saw!   p.,r,if-year i.ld   ���!li.  '\v.\   even   if  it  1 \ *'."���* lain.    'I,||i? !';r v^s**^  mhig   0:1   that   hat    i.s   all   w.ini 4-,';-^i.fM  mother." ''    ' .fet*  "It's the best llibig for you  wi) a day like >hi(;." "aid hei  liriulv, "aud you must rem. ::,,'H ''Lif;M0^||  it's lhe inside- and not tin- ')M--*gSA'tl|^  what is unscon. not what I.** *-'".'i- fl-j-^X&  (lo{\ lonks at, my little girl" J ' .^"-'^ffi,  "V(*s'm," said d'l-tilys p.-..-ii.'.   ',-   ''^^W^  i-ernember,  but  lhe.. lining of th.-t       X'-rS&s  Is worn even worse (ban the u''ij1  lal"���- Youth's Ci'iiiifianion.  Vv   to    Oiite.  "Will you  v.nlh inlo m\  j. itlor*  Kind the s'duei- lo the l'\  "< 1I1. not   ioiIiin ,  J   thai.!, *    i  i- '"  l'or tlia f l'ni  i-riiicli tun 1  e. '1 ���$**& JLr<  w'.^%jf  t  A%AdSoi  (-.."Y^cpp  ' - A'-i-Sou  ^., . t ulO  ��� v-vqu  '4^��a  ***&*:* 1 /-Mil  im-:  TJie   0.'!i<-r   View.  "A man's talk,b- usually a stereoscopic view of his brains."  "Frequently of bis lack of brains."  i.'-. It   Jlfaile   History.     ' ��� '  Such a sligh.'t circumstance as a glasa  of wine'.changed the history of Franco  for nearly twenty years. Louis Philippe, king of the French, had a son,,  the Duke of Orleans, and heir to the  throne, who always1 drank only a ccr-  12rt>t'<   ��if   11   Tropical   t'lliiu"'  '"IT..- !,'t/.i"s-t fellers I c*. i  bai-riii' Thcmii'-iiu (here c\cii," *���''  man with the gi!i:,t.r beard, ' v -''  in Ccnlral Ainci-iea. /tell wn. rt  Bee once. I wandered-into a -l.-d  loon that one,of hie groiis-ci'.*' la'!1'.  wliat should I see but -a. lot of fi  se'tliu' -round ri .table witii it-lot..^  on it and .alt of 'em-wafcliin' U"'11  as if they .s'poctod them to tarn ovi  tlioii'selycs, which, sure enoti  tlid in a'minute. ��� Thbn 1 "got 011 \  tliclrgame. You see, about every'11''  or four minutes -they is a carfin]ir  In  ii  that  country; and  them 'liiW !l f^M^i  breeds avus  kdiin'  tlio carthqu^' ^     *b%  the shakin' of the box  for  wkutdoyuu think of that?"  52riSSalJ^S2iS^^SEa^SB��Sa��K  In   OoaiM.  The-ley pond with pleasure-great  Just.now <-i]>peals .to him;  I.wonilet; if he's- going to skttto  Or If he's going to swim.  j Slie   Knew   Iter.  Ethel���My husband was awfully hard  up Avium' he married me..  ���Maud���lie .must    have   been.  We maKe .Granby Rubbers and Overshoes out o(  pure-/fc?w rubber.' Can as much.be said of anv other make?  cost the maker more, but they cost the wearer less, (or  'one pair does the work of two pairs of ordinary rubber*.  Granby Rubbers wear liKe iron."  KISSES  {Vt���  mwMutuiiiwmMflUiMWWB  mm '•■yAA".hA:
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Wn-jTATMt,
THE  MOYIE LEADER.
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MOYIE,   B.    C.
''''i™^"l,;iThc  steamship   Persia  crossed    the
.y^vf^-v;.-Atlantic in    ld56 in. 9   days  1 hour
AiJtA^Ts4-5' minutes,  and beld the  record for
/'>$'&?£/» period of no less than ten years.
" * ^T-;.-'y-J~7".  .	
/y\|>.r*»f
KoUBib- ur   ■
AM PV=l?ppVE
our
1'' .-ir fV^'^F-*'. The world's marching orders are
:,''A&fAr^>',0n to the grave." hut watch \ou
'V-U^3^^%track and dodge the- stumps.
■ ";'«'|?^#^ Lever's Y-Z (Wi-re Head) Disinfectant
r - "i-'f^fe'VSoai) Powder is a booii to any home. It
i, r     ■-&$-&'1 .'disinfects and cleanses at  tbe same time.
i,, ~A7j$$$« The United States has now over
r-'J'~'-'.fjj^£*iit million acres or artificially 'rri-
' s,"^'%i^gn.ted land. Colorado and Califor-
'    iVM^fjJflia   alone   have   between   them   three
■' , ;;4ifJl^inilHon acres.
Were    Easily    Disposed     of
Dodd's Kidney Pills.
by
'ays
n.K?
• '/.i'£%?i&!8r The proprietors of Parmelee's Pills are
" .,'r,'''fi^i?2«onstantlv     receiving  letters   similar    to
.~v'!W#the  following    which  explains  itself.    Air
Co.\
etc
r-^sWiaflrXne jciwowiut; *,y**.***-j*. ■-.
:;."«ffoli.i A. Beam, Water
' '':':}?.Wasft#*n never used ativ ni
'"''S^^ebual   Parnielee's   Pills
'■''AA»^-7%W,'IZxclutilnfi  ^KyPt and  the  Soudan,
[■/^f^Britain'dwds 2,58.",00O  square miles
?*-'■ AAM^}'!o(  Africa,     an     area
*•>r. .,..^Mi,^than   frfty   En glands, >.
h>yA'$Mgl>y abou"   	
r . .i-^-I'^W^i.'
Waterloo,   Ont.,   writes :
medicine    that    can
s   for   DyspetiKia "or
T^HjWX.iver  and  Kidney   Complaints. The relief
.' ''" C''i-;AwSexperi.*nced', after   usine   them   was ' won-
-t&a^a.sirf'derful   , As   a   safe   family   medicinu    Par-
-   ','1-»'.£l&&g*'melee'.s   Vegetable   Pillf.   can   be   ffiven   in
,.  .^CJ^^eAl   cases  requirinir   a   cathartic
* yfi^mf^ —	
I"  'l-HHr^&t^
' ' 'j'..\i;iUUiiiK    i^,. i'^   «..u    i*iig    ^iwuuo.
">S
area equal   to   more
and  inhabited
t 4.'3,000,00(1 people.
I   was   cured   of     lame   back,   aft-s'r
suffering    3 5
 .JaW'SMSS, a u 11 e i 111 (.*,     j . i
?&» IdNIMEXT.
b?WWI        Two  Rivers,
K-V'-fll6f
vears    bv    MTNARD'S
kcjbeut no.ss:
it  wins, |-''"„,'->§|
e him'tltt'.-W
Ire forgo',jjjfiffl
glasses 4'.fW
Wheu #
bled, frig'pl
ng them !&$.
p from t^'ll,
e pavemffi&$j|jj
.ass of vtUM
, conflsca!*^||l|
00 and iti^M
^.     '    .  ?M?*yfa£st&
t on Renir^igit
to hi.s da'£$J|P
ought ii;L'.'''*r-S?Si
",s-. j.iSSBjg
'.'i.-i abou:,. - *.-!j84R
i. •'•Ji-|gr»3
I was Cured of Piphtheria, after
doctors failed, by MINAItD'S ■ LIN'I-
1FENT. JOHN A.  I'OREY.
Antigonish.
I was Cured of contraction of muscles   bv   AIINAllD'S. LINIMENT.
MRS.  KACrrEI.  SAUNDKRS. -
Dalhou'sie. .
' A jiow railway is being built from
Damascus to Mecca, for tho use of
Moslem pilgrims, it will run 1,100
miles through a waterless' 'desert.
Two million dollars has already
boon raised, and the railway was
commenced   18   months   ago.   -
Mr.  Geo.  closer    Fairbault,  Minne-
c M-ntrvci.
'•ot Raii;
tnation ir ' !.'^-.
Sophie   Stell
wound  on  her
oot,  from  which   she suffered almost
s.     Thank.*-   to  the  continued
use of T)r    August     ICoenig's '' Mam-
.      "''':'^fa^^»ni.cher  had an  open
.. /r'VCi>:':;iwff>oot, fr
?  .''/, 'ife^isffi-'-'   year
W. G. Cragfj, of X>r«stlnn, liaii lurmmma.
tory Rlictnnatl'.m, and wan Cared
Slltk an:l Clean.
Dresden, Out., Feb 10.— (Special)
—"Dodd's Kidney Pills cured mc
slick and clean of the Hheuinatism."
says W". CI. <'r;ig;<, ex-ivev<* of this
town. "It was the liifbum/ial ory
Rheuinatis-rri I had, and I think
Dodd's Kidney J'illK uro as fine a
lemedy for that as .1 want. I ,<iii «is
sound as a bell now as fur as rheumatism  is concerned."
Tliis i.s Mr. Oriigg's experience, aim
it is the same as many others. People generally here are Ip-irninc that
Rheumatism is ,«imply a. result VjI-
Kidney Diseas-j—-tlu-t if the kidney.*;
do, not do their duty and lake uric
acid from the blood, it crvstali/es ul
the muscles uikI joints and causes
those tortures too many people kiiow
too well.
"I had been troubled with Infl.-im
inatory Rheumatism for eight yevs.'
continues the ex-reeve,', "I could
scarcely get around to do my dnlit'K
in my stove, j tried doctors niid
medicine;-, without getting any benefit til! 1 heard or Dodd;s Kidney
Pills. Six boxes cured me completely."
Cure rhe  kidneys  with   Dorld's f\id-.
ney   Pills   and   yon1.1   rhouinaiisih   will
cure  itself.     , '•        •  ,
A husband, unlike other fle^h,
more you roast hnn| the lough.'
gets.
the
•   he
,  A   man     itching  for      fame   is   kepi,
busy  .seratelling.
It  is  better to  think without t.-Iking   than   to   talk   without  thinking.
Man's riches-- a-o to be esiiinaLed
rather by the fewness ,of his. want,*!,
than the greatness of, his possessions. '
'V^^':'.T;''',l^Si,Tn   Ireland   there  are  ail,000,  wid-
\-^K^kl.^m^m>v!s,   as  compared   with   only  38,000
'..iihhr. -f j£*|mMjmdow
ers.
'.(J   Iti CT ,
Ah?4
Jo!m.K*i   ' '^^Mi&i
ari's Liniment Cares Diphtheria.
•. . r.,^f^fS^A Persian ambassador has lately
MA' - -V:'*'^^#been appointrxl to tbe Court of
-==-.^y&UTO&^Athens,   the  first for 2,393  years'.
HOXA^'S    -TE-5B.S,'?    ,
' (Jorapii**d   from   The   Oorumorclai;
\\11KAT—Tiiere have been symptoms during the pasi week in ' the
wheat .riarkets of ar. easier feeling,
and rr.stead of holding on to wheat
alr-.'ady purchased, and adding to
their :i,».es, trade *■; have let a good
deal of wheat slide out of their
hands. This will pi obably continue
for some time yet, as it is the reaction consentient oi. the January advance, which cuhnrr.fited on the 2t5th
ui ttmt month. Compared with that
dale prices at th * close ofvs Friday's
business show only it. decline of 1-j
l.o 2q. [3er bushel And the decline
, over the past wc-k is only \ to lc
At the moment cash , demand is dull
.<nd unsatisfactory. There" can , be no
doubt that buyers of actual wheat
loaded IIicuiM'lves uj> during, trie advance of three weeks ago and in the
; bsence of a continuation of strong
markets the.v must have time to
work off their purchases to consum-'
ers, and at present they leave the
\y-.i\ iii-j; Hide oi the market alone, in
tne meantime -an increasing consumption is usinii up whi-at and flour at
a rate beyond all previous records,
and while stocks in various positions
--.how a good in. rease they are still
below what they were a year ago.
'Ibe ensuing six weeks cover, a criti-
<a! period for lh.; winter wheat
cri'iis, and.should any material damage develop a sharp advance, is li-
u!e  to  iak«  place.
.Manitoba wheat bus l)e<-n very
(piiet ail the wee.k and comparatively
'itth* bnsiness'has been done. At the*
close of busities.s Friday prices' were
lc under a week ago, and we quote
I 'nurd 73.U*. 1 northern, Tli-c; 2
northern. 7(ic: ',', northern. 03c: spot
or Kc-bi-u.n v delivery, nnd for Mav
Je,ivory, l ln'ird, '70ic: 1 northern,
ill: 2 northern,. 73c; 3 northern,
~<>!a.. nil in'store Fort "William, Port
Irthi-.r or Dulmh.
. VIA') IT K— Pest      ^lungarian   Patent
R2.10 pf-r sack of 98  pounds  delivered   to   the-    trade;     Glenora.     Paten{
SI.95;     strong  bakers,  . $1.60;     art!
XXXX,  Si, 35.
^MILI.FEED— Pran .is quoted , al
•rJ-l 5n per ton in sacks, find short*-
£it $10.o0 per ton.
DATS—Prices are slowly strength-
,m-i in symiiatby with eastern market. Receipts are light and the market is not at all weil supplied. Xo. I
vvhiir* in car'o'ts on track are to-day
". '-rlh 29c onv bushel;' Xo. 2 white,
2;-. to 23c, and feed grades, 2Gc.
i-a.mers' loads on the street are
briu 'ing_23c and at country points
•~*e.    Brokers   are  asking   2."i
Would You Enjoy Perfect £iges=
-5T^iS3r^©3B!S5K3«Eia(^3^^
live Vigor.
p»=».viai:^ari£i^ra.grfwK»Kra!orw:;«
A3KC     &"&>&&
li   You Are a  Dyspeptic Try
'   Mali
s
*"    Ik
Ooticious i'avcr.      Fi*«ie from hulls;.     Warranted Pura
t Put uj> In all sized c-flakKgaft.
*■■     ■ !■  ■»■■ .m„m,.,..
%**£%£ £ lvsi©?s
ungarSan
The .weak and capricious stomach
of th*i dysjjeptic calls for a form of
nouri'-hii.ent that can be retained,
quickly assimilated,, and that v. ill
afford strength to the 'body. Malt
Breakfast Food fully meets the needs
of the dyspeptic ,by furnishing elements of nutrition that agi'ee viith
weale stomachs. Z.falt Breakfast Food
gruel i.s a refreshing andi delicious
dish for all suffering dyspeptics. The
use of this uppetiMjtig gruel for aie.v
days will tone and strengthen the
stomach and digestive orttans. jiter
which the patient may commence
with the regular "Molt Breakfast
Food porridge, which will maintain
a natural and healthy , appetite.
Thousands ' of physicians gladly recommend Mai! Breakfast, Food. All
G rocers.
The bar ber who rent's the barber's
shop .lit the Waldorf Astor hotel in
New "York,, pays "-'."),f)(«> a year foi
so doing.
Friendhip. improves l happiness and
n'b-ites mif-ei-y. !jv tlie* doubling''r I
our .ibv  and   dividi.ig 01  our grief
DON'T SPOIL IT.
.a.,  to
t'A'Wm
vAmm
<,<ftyjr£&&
>*>.'r<Y.
K|j"r- 7AM?mm
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,*• » v("iAs
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1 I'i I ••' ,'•' ■•tyW*g$
-'XT.S*«»
WebL   &  Truax,   Wholesale  Driurrribts,   To-
*Jjt li-ilo.   O.
"^ WaldinR-,   Kinnan    &■    Mitrvin.     Whole*Kile
& DrucKists,   Toledo,  O.
Uall's Catarrh Oure Is taken intenml-
!v, acLinp; directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Price,
75c per bottle. Sold by' all DruRcjists.,
Testimonials free.
Hall's   Family   Pills   are   the   best
Down Sick with a Cold
If we could only convince you how taslly   B
you could cure a cough or a. cold by using  S
Gray's Syrup   I
of I
Red Spruce Gem j
there would be less pneumonia and con- fj
sumption.   It will cure your cold as quick- A
ly as you caught it. li
All Druggists 35 cents,
Coke runs 48 to 50 bushels to the
ton; hard coal measures only 116 to
88 bushels to  thp. same weight.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc
No fewer than 2,-151 soldiers weie
invalided  during  thy  recent war     on
''   ''' '     ''^Illli   account   of  defective   teotb
Tie f.T. .-?il*|Sf
w...n. *t^S«
'    >        fili-ii-.V^.-if-iffr
OUR OLD FRIENDS
Ever True and Unfailing Are The
DIAMOND DYES/
ulo-*
IwiiiK*
.li «
tho  Diamond   Dyes
-\f^quickly   transforrncd   old  and     faded
into Mow
lui^l.'
ii.   >"'j
Old friends wdio are ever ready and
,'f^fvV^ able  to  help  us in  our, time of need
r'.-C'Mf^^are indeed true friends.
hV^*^?*.    Diamond    Dyes  aro  the  old     home
-.'p'S^^f1 rends  of our  Canadian  people, and
', "''P^k'rliavo   proved   blessings   in   thousands
* V*v,.V'^of   *'olnca-      When  the    heart  craved
Jlil>f?or «- riew dross, skirt, blouse, jacket,
/""^"fjopera shawl, fresto, bright ribbons o
* * ^s'-j^ort-thor.s at. tinios  when economy hai
A,A('S°   be  observed       "      "' '   "
V^\#-fliKa,'nVc,ntR    and    nvnterials
^W%^creations,  thus  saving a large    am-
vV,t^%°"nt of money  in   the. homo.    If '.you
^kHi^S vould  have  the  best' results'-in your
*•( <W£$ dyeing, work,, always.,  use   the  Dia-
^«mond.Dyes.   ,    V' V,    ,     ;      ,'■  .- .
J'-K^H'     Send your address  to the  Wells  &
j*i"SS Itichardson'.Co-.,   200  Mountain    St.,
777%WL Montreal.  P.Q..  and you will be sirp-
^IW$   Plied   with   new   .Dyo   Book,   45   dyed
il\lfj$'t   samples  and   artistic 'designs   of    the
,  ,^V-?    Diamond Dye Mat and Rug patterns.
^||t$ '   ■" ——— '     ■■■7 7
The town-of" Alost, in Belgium, has
sold a picture of Rubens' for §300.-
000, in order to raise, money to build
a new church.
r-H^HKH>r>r>r>#DS0-CW^
-r>
POSITIVELY CURES
Rheumatism
Neuralgia
Backache
Headache
Feetache
All Bodily Aches
AND
JS^Hra-S-r^^OOS-W^
Ono,of the greatest bleHSinps to parents js Mother Graves' Worm Exlermin-
ntor. It ollectually expels worms and
pives health in' a raVivellous, manner to
the  little  one.
The Flow of Milk
will be mere;
li. -Cc- for rarlots  in ,tbe country.
I5ARLKV— The     market   is    firmer.
'.'K'i-<; are paying .'-11 to 32c per
mish.-l for iVed grades on the street
at   \\ lin.-peg.
VIx \ X S F.EI)—Market nominal.
^l'F.1'17.—The mi-ikcl   is  .lighor at
."••jc 'per ' onshel   and  TO   pounds,     ..U-
:'veis- :   m   Winnipeg
, HAY- Fresh  haled hay 'on  track ,'s
v.ortli  ?o to -S6 per ton.
PfiTATORS—35c per bushel.
BUTTJsii — Creamery—City makei s
and arc now quoting 24c for choi';.*.
ite<~h made in one-pound bricks, delivered.
Lf'TTEK—Daify—Receipts are verv
li^ht and there is nor. much ground
mi vvh.th to base a quotation. Rolis
am oMfe plentiful at times, and the
f nc.-* ior thi.'.se is somewhere around
l>c 111.I. City retail merchants have
p.r d 1 ma much for roll butter this
vviok. U'lluwigh souu- claim to i.e
hiiy.rur ic foi, less money. Tub butler !*> worth from 14c to 17c net, delivered in  Winnipeg.
I'll L;ERE— The market is quiet.
Orders aie being filled with Ontario
-Uo.-k .Jobbers are selling to the 1 e-
tat'   trade at  lo*c'per  pound.
Ki'l.S -Eggs are sen re e at -2c per
iU'/».'ii. net, delivL'ied in Winnipeg,
-nb.iei't   t.i  candling.
PUKSSKP POUI/n;V--Di'aIeis aie
:'>it.*iiru: in a wh.oksaie way 10c [Mr-
pound ior i-hickens, dressed: O^o to
]i)c foi ducks and geose, and trie for-
1urkeys.
IillESdEli MEATS -~ Beef, city
di'csed, 6 to T-Je per pound; countu.v
slock, Ac under- these figures; mutton,
S  to  Or,   lamb,   llic;  hogs.  7c.
ll.UKS — Country frozen hides are
bringing from 0} to Gc per pound,
delivered at. Winnipeg, less 5 [rounds
tare: sheer* pslts, 30 to 50c.
WOOL-—Market  nominal.
T-VI.l.OW—N"o.' 1 tallow is worth
,'sc per pound delivered hero, and
\'o.  2,   lie.
SI'A'I-XW    ItOoT—rdark'it   nominal
Use Weils, Richardson & Co.'s
Improved Buiier Color.
" Uon'tp spoil the rich, pure cream
thnt you have 'gathered for bul.t-r-
ruaking* by using a common and impute butter color when you do your
churning. " '   .,      .
Wells. Richardson &'• Co.'s Improved Duttt-r Color ,'will give your butter the natural golden June tint at
this time of the \ ear, and it nevei
fades from the butter. Do not accept and use .vile and worthless n.li-
t.titute.s. At all times insist upon
getting the kind that makes prize
butter. Sold by all druggist,*." nnd
general   dealers.
As now manufactured, tho grsat Family Flour,
tntlai on getting "0G!LVIE'8," as they are better thsn the &«««.
HAVE    «\SQ    SK«2«^>evS_.
x- ",i Mwwnwkrr^—wurjvrrs
i!«^*^Sr^^SSS!SSaJffiS552f3Sg^S^B3S[^
<w£c&JUd/ -fr^TTV- Mstn/Jd/ ^o #$(/ &
tfe/
YOUH R1GHEY  BACK EF YOU DO WGT LiKE
Ii B       ttsaa H G ia It   % tfena S3 ¥ H
ROSE & LAFLftR?R1E, SELLING AGEriJTS, MONTREAL.
T!u
Li'gs of lii'i'-frlies art: luminous:
nit th<? young inserts have no lijht-
triMtig
iiy.
riov.ers  until  thev are  able  lo
Kind words are the brightest'flowers of earth's existence: the.v make a
verv- paradise of the humblest home
that  the world  can  show ,•
Kiaard's Linimeat Cures Distemper.
Germany bus on an r
orchard trees to the squi
these there jire.'?32 nlurn,
119 pear and   J 0-1   cherry
verage   f-'0t5
ire  null*.   Ol
251 apple.
E^S^SSSS^SSSSSa^^Sl^S^SS^SS^^SS^SSi
^s&£ii2CvS&aat&:
ARE    YOU
O?
|{="   so
iY?S
]tow to   cum-:   iiRAr>.\niF. — son.i-
ne^i.lc saner anlold mNerv ilny after .hi i
with headache. 'I heiv> is re-it nenlu*i dav
or nif,r!it, until Lho nei ves arc .'iii "Jii-
strunir T!*.e causo is irenerailv a ;h*.-
orcifrod stomach. a>ui u cure cur. be effected bv ubinir Pai moiee't, Vejruinbli.-
fills. coiuainincr Ifi-nclrakc* t>ncl namli.*-
.uin ^Lr Kinlav Wark. Ly.*-ar.dcr. 1' Q
writes : "1 rind JJunia-!ee's Pills a fii-st-
clas*.   aiticlo   ior   Bilious  Headache,"
No grcit characters are Formed in
this world without r-ufTcring aild self-
denial.
STREET CAR ACCIDENT —\U- Thos
Saljin. savs : "Sfv eleven year oki l.ov
had his foot badly iniurc-rl by bein*r run
over bv a car on the Street Hailunv,
We nt j'lict1 tiiiaiiie'sceu butliiiiiZ. the ami
with Dr. I'lioiaas" Kihrtric Hi', u hen < hi*
discoloration and the swelling .was removed and in nine tiny1- he rntild use lii.*-
i'qoL We always Uceii a hoi tie in 'he
hoiiM1   reedy   lor  e.nv  caieitrencv "
USE El
7^ BRSPERVIOUS S.HEATHKMG '"
THE BEST BUILDING PAPER fflADE.
' It Ib very much stronger and Vhlclter thnn any otli«>r (tarred or balltllnc)
paper. It is Impervious to vrind, keeps out cold, ke'ejis in beat, curries no smell
or odor, absorbs no moisture, imports r.o teste or flavor to anything -vrlth
which it comes in contai t. It la largely used not only for vhe<*ti»ir house*, but
for linine cold storajre balldliiK**, refrigerators, dairies, orcamorle*, and nil
piacoa frliere the object ls to keep an(|even juid cuclforin ternpera.tur«, and at
th* sanio timn avoldlnsr dainpness. (| ' „ ,  ,
Write our Agents, TEES & PKKSSB, "VVinalpes, for samples. ,
1    "T-E-8K:  E:  IS. EDDY OO., Limited,  J~«LJI_g_.
RALSTON
s    FL0R!ST
fBE HALCYON HOT SPKINSS
Arrow
E».0.
NURSERYM/1N "^",';"n^^^.-    s^—-
Our surest prospect in'lia* is death,
IT IS  THE TRUSTED  FRIEND
OF MILLIONS.
The J arrest hcan-rie'ld in the *.v*o:-Hl
is in Southern Calii'orriM. It covers
1,500 acres, ami it takes -10 tons of
beans to sow it.
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget ia Cows,
ITo that cannot forgive others
breaks the bridge over which he must
pass himself: for every man lms need
to   be  forgiven.
1
If talking politics .sometimes makes
men fight, what would hc the result
If women were allowed to vote ?
-"i,r
The days .when, a woman's'face, was
her fortune have passed. Nothing
but cold cash goes  now.
Women aro such timid creatures
that they aro always several years
shy when it comes to giving their
ago.
Why £0 to all the
of keeping
d ?ret only
alf the milk
•should pro-
8
I'OOI ..
Purifier
fltrengtliens ths digestion and invigorates th« whole system so ,,-tliat
the nutriment is all drawc from tha
food. It takes just tho same trou-
, ble to care for a cow when 6h«
gives three/quarts as when she
gives a pail. Dick's Blood Purifier
will pay back its cost Trj.th good
interest In a few weeks.
60 cents a package.
Ltsemlng, Mliea & Co., Agcata,
nOM'RHAL,
t.lV'f!   STOC'K".
( \ I 1-L.V.— nutchers are still able lo
s'-pply their wants :i.t -lc to -He per
pound, but- they seem to look for
hiv'he.i- -prices later on. Cattle are
sCtM-c.* in Maniloba. Finest steers
ar..- y.'orth •lc:' Initcliers'. ordinary M.Jc,
mul from that figure ■ clown to .-12Ac,
according to (piality. Stoekers.yeni1-
lin.gs, -S'lt to -SIT-:..two year olds, .?.1.S'
.to'' S122 each. !     . . /
•STli-'.l'OP—- Worth 3J-c |ier pound ofl
cars here.    'Lambs, 4J  to 4-ic.
liCX.'S—Packers are still paying 6c.
per* [round for-.'best weights 'of hogs
delivered. Heavy and light weights
are  Jc  lower'than choice.
MILCH COWS—Prices are firm ^at
§80 to !?15 eaclr, according ta quality.   .- . '.'..:.-
HOUSES—-Trade is now'confined 1 to
a limited demand for general, purpose
horses, for which prices still' rule
high. Good teams of work bo.rses
are worth $300 to $100,'; according
to   vveiglit  nnd  quality.
This town can  boast of a few  nice
v mine;   men   and   quite   a   number    of
v.* iv   i/:imretto holders.
Men  And  Women of All   Ranks
of Society Point to
Faine's Celery Compound
As  Their Rescuer   From
sease and  Death.
Di-
\\ e. attract hearts by tlie quali'.ie1-
v.i' display: we retain them by the
qualities w.' possess
\\ hen v on fret and fuine at the
petty ills of life, renieiiitier t'nat the
wheels which'/go .round without
ci'ea.king  last.tho' longest.
Tivo   nir«I».
A little bird sat on a limb.
And he was violently singing;
There was anoth.-r Utile bird
That'vyaSii't dwiii.^ anythinginff.
A(   tlio   rro.iNriindti.'
he   was  lynched  on his birth-
"Yes.
dny."
'^\"l,iat a coincidence!"
T t* in'iiy Ik* only a ..trill in ir cole!,, lai't ncKr
lect it. anil it will insteii.-its fainrs in
yoiir. lungs,'nnd y<i'.i'\vill bo ciVrriufl t<i an
untimely-(jravev. la this country wc have
sudd on , changes1, and., must, expect to havo
couffhs... and-'' cold.-i. Wo citn.'iol avoid
1 hem. hut we car. effect a euro l>y lisiiur
Picklo^s. Anti-Consumiitivo ■ Syrup, tho
n.iotlicine that, im.s novor boon knovvn Ia-
faii. in curiiur coiiii'hs ooUIh. ■ bronchitis
and all affections ol" J.I10 Uiroat, . lunys
-and- chest.  .^_. -
The Philippine ■" islands suffer terribly froiu leprosy. There are fully
112,000 lepers now in the various
islands.
Unless the soap you
use has this brand and
is this shape you are
not getting the best
AsK f«r tivc Octagon Bar
-Millions on thi.-j North Ainorl,*an
continent know that Paine's Celery
Compound '.'makes sick people well."
Vaine's Celery Compound is to-day
iliV popular medicine in the wealthy
and humbler homes of our vast country The press lias given this wonder-working prescription more note.
proiniiiLiice nnd praist-. than, has ever
been uiven to iui> other renreily. and
I'hysiiians of all schools proscribe it
daily.
Paine's   Celery   Compound   has' become   popular   and     trusted   because
its results exceed .its  promises,    .it  is
victorious over sickness and  disease,
ft ...o.'Ters   hope-   and     cheer  to     those
pronounced   incurable .by  physicians;
it  saves such  from  tlie grave.   '-It-is
the one  medicine, .unfailing  and'   all-
powerful   that   promptly  b,ri.ngs-    true
joy and gladness to hopeless-wicthus
and '.their'-    anxious     relatives- it ml
friends, s      ■       '    >    •-,',-
.   It is  well   to  remember that.-one or'
two bottles  of Paine's .Celery     Com-
po.uhd  wiil.   in the majority  of cases,
banish      tired   feelings,      weary'    nnd
clouded     brain,   'headache,   -'debility,
constipation,   nervousness- and   sleeplessness, which,   if allowed to  run unchecked, give rise to serious/ ailments
and   diseases.'   If'  you   are   rundown,
'over-worked.      h'nVe     defective   digestion   an<1   I■ oor   cii'-c'r 11 at ion.   you    v; 111
'obtain    blessed      results     from      this
!.'Tand  system-builning  medicine. Kadi
dose' carries -new  liiY-  to   all   the .weak
and torpid  organs of tire body.
These   miraculous   springs,
ifinistor to  a mind  diseased,
Pluck from tire memory 0. rooted sorrow;
Raz.3     out   the     written   troubles   of   th«
brain,
And with oweet oblivious antidotes
Oleanse   the   ritufl6d  bosom  ol   those   p«*f-
llous   stufls     ,
Which  welph   heavily  upon. Kidn»y,   Llv«*
and   Stomach.
Therefore,  all  ye  who  suffer—Glv» physic   to   the    dosrs;   have    none   el   lt,   bai
come and  b9 cured  a.t
Tho Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium, B.C
TERMS—$15   to   ?18  per  we«k.
'    ■■"".'       I  . 1' ■    L.'II.F.'i.    -' I        |   1.  ....1 IU       1 11—>«
UT   yr- FOR
"  "EELEY
Corr9spond»nco
Strictl*.
Ccafidoatial.
Drunkenness,
Drug: Using.
Over   300.008
Cures.
KEEtEY  1HSTITUTE, .
133 Ol^ornt   Stro«ft-
r WluiUpeg.
T.   H.   METCALFE   &
Grain and Cotaadssion  Merchants.
Highest prices paid for ' wheat, oats,
barley or flax in carlots Wire or writs
rne tor prices before sellirnr Liberal
advances made on consignments and
handled on commission. Licensed aai
bonded.
P.  0.  Box,   550.  Winnipeg, Man.
THE   MAH'JFAGTURERS   OF
«w«7
ST00IC   FCsOO
following prizes  for com petition" at  the
uipog Exhibition of 1903.
i(j th
Wic
$1761 ifiS 6QLD ;^SSSllSZ
Xew hats are re^
iiKifisure   l"0'    large
,nasi ble in a-'great
congregations.-
Onlv those who have hail cxperiisic.
can ti'il (In* tort 11 r* corns 'cuiise. I'-'O.
with your boots on j>i>i'i .with tlvai o!T-
• ui t ti ni.'ht. nnd day : but' roi iff is sin-
to   those   who   use   IL'.llnwny's  Corn   (.'u.-f-
its
>iW.     PV.     VJ,     SNJo.     Mi6
'F.IKST   I'EtrZE.
For the Heaviest Calf, nay pure breed,
>r LTadi.'. liorn. after the' .1st. 'January.
! vol..   fed 1.011   Caraefic  Slock  Food;   5100
ia  gold.   .'         -       , ■'    '
' ,,:■'; SECOND   VM'tl'/F.. ■
-For   (he     Second    Heaviest,     Calf,    uia
..ai'e   breed.-'i>r   tirade,   born   after   1st   <'•
.'January.    1.00.S.-'  fed    oil    Ciiraefa.;     Slot.1-'
i-'eoii,   5aQ  ia   uold;
'.-,'    ; -.TiriRD   PHIZF.
For.'th.v  Third   Heaviest'.-Calf.,'- any. pur
re.ed.   or >rhn'le.   bora   after  tst   of '.Janu
trv.'   HIi.i.'I.    fed   on    Carnefuf   Stock    '-'0<
;:!5  iii  ltoUI.  ,
coKniTioxy : .
Only ono entry will he all.iv.e.l from
'•acli Farmer or Stockman.- and stock
■ u.-.t he exl'.iliite.l ut the '.Vinnipec r>*x-
sibitioa. ' -
F\ iilenee must be-producod dt the time
• f exliibition to show that the aninia!*J
■•.-or.'   fed   on   Caraefac   Stock   Food.
Cr rnefa'c has oroven a decided .success ' ■
•1 iiiuifiLV   into     comlitiou     and     fat teniae
lie'e   other   foods   fail.    Send   for   leaflet,
'hilar   ihe   views   of   veterinarians   os   to
la*    merits   of    Crirhefiic.    Th"V    all    si'.en!,
s-hlv   'of   it.
TRY OARNEFAG FOR YOUR STOCK.
¥e/„! 8. DougSas, Manufacturer,'
Princess Street, Winnipog. ;
x ou  can  obtain  it   fr-on:i your  dealt*.1.' %f'��S  "IS  AAft  -���,".;���������' ���'iVtWTl' - liif'I'HFFP.   T'ji*��� liP'n -  ;,"sliliJ:., ;ls.lu..I-'iii���-. "jJijiijj.jjil.j_ V::  : Published in the intei-e'st'oAhe pec-p^  '"Vi.;: of-aloyie and^East Kbot-enay/V'������" ���  :,:���;;  M.A'��� -v; v-i;'i"'.;,. ���>,.��� --.V i-Ji,;":>,  V.7 -  ". ---'iV  '���ii/p.;-Q;''..F'-.  #' i ?<"����� a.hr Vi- iVA'Q 1\7['A^f'A?'.  i  i*. r.;. ,:'. . .'"    ' .. r - .   ���  j j.ijiucis ��� .fry t? ryr;Aloiu  i{yryi'��. s,.:.-: ,���,::.;.....-'.;'.'���"��� '.;:-.     ��� ���  'i i'W  nmg.iu . tlieir  .."tv  r. *.  Soiouni'Ihu.'!  .>" ���..'���!*' ^F^'h;;-.*: co.,'  ,i?UbiiSli��V.  -..   '::   -KATEH OF KIllSECJUl'TIOK, '   ���'���<"'.-'[���'.'    '-.   '! ���'-,':  Oio; Y^eaiSii-.i.,r.As...,.:..:.....7..:. 'iA...A'.:.':;A../A<,i>\-:! 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