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The Moyie Leader Jan 11, 1908

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Array .ISlll'j iga,,  d,$lQ,O0!ll|  5toooi  -  113,00$  :-i.i:  iWlLSQN ,    . /  miL    ,iiiir"w��tolt    i��|imir*U  IwiLSON, Jeweler  KANBROOIv. <*,_/'  \MLSON,   Opiciati  mis  *nl3  sms' {]  enta  l of i*. Charter*.  ic United Ste  retain ;.nd lrc-U.  >f money Mitb.  ly office oIih'Bi  c. mm\  W. H. WILSON, Optician  CRANBROOK.  SPECIAL SALE  ur  mine.  iers.  JOJlrfASDt  .up, ,  joasail  "Special Sale?'V311 start ^earnest Monday, J |  ) and will include all goods marked at < "SPEC-  PRICES." , Counters are being ' arranged  for ,  purpo'se-and evefr offSj vriU be''made to. ,give^  fcipf service,- to Intending /purchasers.^   The  L Willie "BOPK" BpTO3k'';;there will^e no  1 forT^airi Driving.-^ ,/.  1        GENERAL FLOAT        |  Kelson has a case of Bmallpox. <  Jaines Neelands, one of Nelson's'  pioneers, ia^ dead.'  The Lethbridgo Daily News has  suspended publication.      ������  - Mubic .in  Spokane - restaurants'  may soon be" cut but!    '    -"   -"     ,"  Ros3land. will hold a big Winter Carnival next month: \ <-. ���  , ��� " ��;��� j .' ' i  The JKootenay "  bonspeil , will  start, at Nelson on "the 20th."   r'  R-s,  ToBacxos, : Confectionery  " ; FRUIT; /ETC, "        '- *  The Granby mines- at, Phoenix  are now employing 450 men.,   , ���> >,  t~ - j    - -    . ... -        (i    ���>*.  1   The  Provincial/' legislature ' at  Victoria .will* open;,;, on. January  10th.   -       ��� .*_-; ������    ' \   <l  ',><-  , It is said that there are a:thousand idle men in".'the' Boundary  country'-"/   '.''   *t,<-\'".    " "���   *  The miheowhers of Colorado  are very much- disappointed over  the acquittal of Pettibone. r\ v It-'  '-W.s McDevitt,; and.,^,Norman  Cresfleld.losttheir lives in a snow^  slide nearvBurtonCity, fon Arrow  lakes.'"'" ' "-4,r '" '��� ' 'J' *.* " ~  ���A cov-operative-. merehantile-eB-  tablishment^ owned and controlled ��� byT~ihe <��� common; laborer* of  Spokane and run in the;, interests  of organized' labor, "ris being* dis-  -. l'        i '    ' B, -   ' "  cussed.  : '' ���'    '-.-     .    ��� - ,> *     ������>. -  BIG MINE  IS CLOSED  Miners at St. Eugene  V   Are Out:  BIPFBBEKCB IN WAGES  Over 300' Men  :; Result  Are Idle  of  tBe' i  as a  Trouble;  Va,  ' The ��� Sb. Eugene' mine * vis ' shut  down, tight,' and soma; 825 men  are walking Jtbe ^treets/of Moyie  today in*idleness: '.'Ifc" is^ imposa:  ible atLthis tiraeito ,;make.any  prediction as to ,when ^there\ will  be a-re^umptidn of operations. ,���- '  - -Wednesday-" 'evening'���' ,f notices  were posted at'the ndne^ann'ounc-  ing a reduction;in -wages corresponding 'very closely". with> 'the  scalex'.recommerided^by the 'arbitration bbardiforyoperating1 under  ^abntirmally^ unfavorable ricondi-  tionsv'-, These notices!were posted  after four 'o'clockVahd," the7-new  scale{wa? ,to-"eome" into, effect  Thursday ' m6rnmg>"-Th'e f .union*  notified the men not<-to*v go. to  could.' be  meeting  work untirsome', action  taken, and a   meeting was called  37Sif Deschamps,":^;- JH:V, PAlding  and'H. P.-, Dickinson i will -ben the  &S-*>99-?3?5  rlHfeft  ,:tYNN^ALLEY.BRAND.CANNED GOODS, *^>- -  ==*��*�� ��� CALGARY,: MILLING C(r&:FL0UR.V .:  V  yh"oy are both .winners.,'     ,(  *a���eeptei^'^Tb^/".scsae,i'Mcepteblel  ������ k -, ,.    ,to^ the^men, ^ was^afc^ouce'^fori'  .delegates",from:;Rosslantfito^thejjwaraed to.WjT^H'.^hUidge, rgen-���  ' meeting^f^the^Asspciated, boardsT arsX'- manager of: the ^company,*  inc-Moyie/ on" the'v 22nd. '^jrem and up to"going impress no;;'reply  J;W;EITCH;  ^^S0Rt��,RIC0, L^MBER ^  ls Filled.'a||��--   .   .  R0IjaH' AND breSSED    .    -  LUMBER FOR SALE.  British Columbia.  8 and Cif-|p  MKRC1AL VrZfa  'uniTisii coj  The best of accommodations ..���   .  for the Traveling * Public.  ,  Riarge aad Commodioua Sample Booms. Billiard KoomB.  ,<hh\ MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  MOYIE'S :leading. HOTEL.     f\  ew of Our Leaders:  SLATER SHOES,  STANFORD'S  UNDERWEAR,  ^OtU CENTUBY  ��   CLOTHING.  |d see these new lines before purchasing elsewhere  E. A. HILL,  LEADING    LADIES' AND MEN'S    FUBNISHEB.  Jan Kubehk; the famous violin- ""J-"!    , .    ,    _, v;j;^sinmino  , ,_     ���     .    -.    -     '*  i , '<t<\Wnnn~for 10. o'clock .Thurday-*morning  ist, carries aasurance'of   $00,000  * ,   .   ,  ���,  ��'     - ., - ,>o*��---   ���'��.>  -o  . * _ <   ' v     ^j.. ��� '    ... Af.t-.his meetiuz the   scale:offered  a <���   ' *     n- ���      ���'!���        _ iAttliis meeting the  ion .his; fingers ,K*   vlolin-/'a-by fche'eompany was;passed>er  SfccadavarioB.'is-worth something   "' *ar tM^^% ' . ,-. c Va-;i ..J,.,. .  �� '. - -rT'   An/i - L- \ *.'", ,7ir'���'' and a new scale  was, drat ted   by  in excess of ,$20,000, but.tovK.a- ?utl ��� - .-���       - >. ;._   ,   ,  - - - ' �� committee, appointed, for,.the  purpose., ~Tharevenihg-i,the ,��20m-  belik is Jbeyond any' priee,"  ;.-.iV- -*:? K/'-'Vi   '������''.. ^V  ^^,  L: A. Campbell, ^R.' 4W..,Gr��gorr  mittee3 scala^was"itydted/on-  and  rNelson  S.  S. Fowler .and T.  Proctor will be the delegates.  G.  -Ned Hanlan the famous sculler  and ". former champion of' the  world, "died��Tat his home near ..Toronto J.-,aged 52. Duriug ' twenty  years ~ be "took part in over 35  races the world over and lost only  half a dozen.  While, being shaved by hU_  valefc in his private car -the other  night,: Paderewski, , the pianist,  iiad his throat cut badly. They  were in' the midst of shaving  when* the car was "bumped by a  freight, engine:  George Dixon, the famous negro  pugulist,*. winner of nearly 100  ring battles and for many years  featherweight;> champion' of the  world died Monday in New York  in the alcoholic ward of Bellevue  hospital, penniless and" friendless,  aged 37 years., ' '      .  Prepare for Associated ��� Boards.   HHEacasae*  3T.TI1P.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital  AuthoriZed-----.----^-$i0,000)000.  Capital paid up_-i------������--1,830,000.  :RQ9b���-���-.~~-r���~���~vr-4.830.000/    ;. -,���'  Savings bank department:  fSf interest allowed on deposits from date   of -: deposit?  ���tracer*  The people of Moyie are bestir-  ing themselves and making active preparation for the accommodation and entertiinmanfc of  the delegates of the Associated  Boards which will meet here on  January 22nd. The miner*!' union  hall has been procured for their  meetings, and the hotels will make  every effort to givo the visitors  suitable accommodation during  their stay ia town. A banquet:  will be giveu in their houor at  one of the hotels and a fuud has  already been raised to provide fcr  this. The meeting will no doubt  be well attended, and the delegates will be sent away fully convinced that the people of Moyie  are the most hospitable  people on  'has been received .from him,,- ��In  the-meantime the-men are put-,  ting in "their time as bestL .they,  can,, and are naturalliy, hoping  that, Mr. Aldridge will-", accede - to  their, terms."  The two wage scales now under  consideration differ only in a few^  instances. Both agree to $4, for  shaftmen, $3.50 for machine men  $3.40 for hamrnersmen, $3.50 for  timbermen, $3.50 for pumpmen,  $3 for muckers and carmen, $4  for carpenters, $4 for blacksmiths,  aud $3.50 for millmen. The  men ask for a raise from -$3.50 to  $4 for timber framers, from $3  to $3.25 for teamsters, and from  $2.75 to $3 for common laborers.  Only about 30 men are-effected,  and the difference in the wage  scales to the company would  amount to only about1 $8 a day.  The mimimuin wage of $2.75 for  common laborers is probably the  biggest obstacle to a" settlement.  They wish the minimum scale of  the camp to be not less than $3.  This the men claim is the minimum wage in both the Phoenix  and Bossland camps.  The. I. 0.0. F. Officers.  earth.  and  'ti^ficriidibed  quarterly  jnjietiiiMp^ANBEOOK'BKANOH.  ���     > iMfe^''*���'���.������'���' .i;F.M.f  '���^L  !-.?s-*4a*y-   PINKHAM, Manager.  Why Suffer iron* BbeummtUimT  Do you know that rheumatic  pains can be relieved? If you  doubt this just try one application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  It will make rest and sleep possible, and that certainly meaus a  great deal-to any onef afflicted  with rheumatism. For ' sale by  The Moyie Drug <k Stationery Co.  At the meeting of .Wildey  lodge No 44"last Tuesday evening  the following officers were installed by R. T. Howard, district  deputy:  W. H. Laird, Past Grand,  H. J. Lowes, Noble Grand,  W. P. White, Vice Grand  p. J. Smyth, Secr'y.  Henry Sait,   Treas.  Jas. Noel, Warden,  A. C. Clark, Con.,  J. E. Barr. I. G.  Sam McDougall, O. G.  Fred Ego, R. S. N. G.  O.J^ White, L. S.N. G.  N. W. Burdett, R. S. V. G.  Dan McDonald, L. S. V; G.  Oswall McDougall, R.S.S.  R. Sanday, L. S. S.   -  T. Sowerbutts, Chaplain.  The lodge will' hold its eighth  annual ball next Monday evening  in Morley hall.  I        LOCAL, ASSAYS     ,    |  Moyie lake is still open.  " Several  of ,the merchants   are  stock taking these days.    t  Mrs.- Boss and daughor r left  Monday for Vancouver^    '    ���.  .Harold Chapman, was over to  Nelson tbe first of,the week.  D. J. Elmer has moved with his  family from Jiingsgate to Cranbrook.      '  The barbers' of Moyie intend  giving a ' grand ball in the near  future.       ������   '"  Pather Choinel, was up from  Cranbrook Sunday and held Ber-,  yice in the Catholic church.       ,  There was an enjoyable social  dance at the .Central hotel last*  Saturday �� eveningl Music -was  furnished by Prof.1 Rainey.  AndrewcRudd won the 'cane at  the raffle Thursday night. '  1 IratReid.J brother , of Mrs., RT  Campbell, is here from Vancouver  on a short,visit. '   ,   -       ,v'   '"   ',  Prink "Lake Shore Export."  Of course- you1 will," attend the  Odd Fellows' ball, next Msnday  evening.  , *'" . , ��        ,.    <  ' M." A." Beale was in town ��� Thursday f and Friday ' looking ��� after  some insurance matters. -       y ^  -i-  A. P. Macdonald has vmoved in-'  to his new residence.' A,"  J. H/ Alexander returned yesterday from the Coeur d'Alene  country, where he - haa heen for  several months. <> ��*' ,  ', Chas. Messenger has so far improved as to be able to be' around  town almost every day.   -   '\^    '.  ^ Haves' you; '������ trieci'" "Lake  Shore Export?" V  'It^'js repbrteii here r thatl the  wife of Joe Trainer,' former tim-  ber-boss atrithe-^Sfe.��Eugene,,, cuea.  in;Spokane a'Jfew,weeks ago. ;-'--  -��� St," I Andrew's ' Presbyterian  church, .Service-Sunday evening  at'7.30. Speaker, ,W. T. McCree.  Look out for notice of Scotch  concert. ', �� t ,  Ther-e wae a 'social dance in' the  fire haU last night."    * 1  . Mrs. B.- E.'- Taylor and son returned Wednesday from^ Fernie  where they were visiting with  the parents of Mrs. Taylor,\ Mr.  and Mrs. Dudley. '  Methodist chnrch, Sunday evening next, January 12th, the Rev.  Wm. Boulton will deliver his  Lecture, entitled, Life's Present  Tense."    Everybody come.  Webster Burton, a former resident of Moyie, was married in  Cranbrook Monday .to Miss  Bertha (Jrooker.  Jack Cavanaugh, ..bartender at  the Moyie 'hotel hurt himself  quite seaiously the other day-  while scuffling, and was compelled  to go to the hospital for �� few  days.  There will be a social and lecture at the Methodist church on  Monday evening, January 20th,  when the Rev. Mr. Hughes of  Cranbrook will deliver his popular  lecture on the "Klondyke."  Price for both, 50 cents.  <ff  . We are at last   compelled  to   advance  the price of all lines of flour.  We now quote.  Lake of the Woods Five Rose3 in  a  <<    ",  ��(  t<  1 Raymond       Our, Best  Calgary  *'��-.  Rising Sun  981b sacks  49':     '"  24"      "'>  98"  '49,u ��� ' "  98" -   "  49  ���d.2o  j ^ t A i ���  MacEachern & Macdonald  Resolution of Condolence  ,\ Again1 the.hand, of death has  fallen, again the chain' is broken  and we mourn the^ untimely,  death of our beloved-' brother^  Arthur Pickering, And while we  bow.lu submission to the tvdll 'of  our Suprbine Father," who has  called the late brother to the re-  i ward'of a faithful stewardship in  this life, we~ will" cherish the ra-,  .collection -of his many -virtues  and generally 'hope his spirit is  'enjoying peace' and "happiness  where care and'Sorrow are not  known. ��� p        '  Resolved) that'we tender to his  sorrowing family in their hour, of  affliction our sincere and earnest  sympathyr jand---pray>' CxSd^" to  'strengthenthem in their sorrow,  ' Further -" -Resolved: That  charter be draped for thirty days  inremembrance of a true brother  and a copy of these resolutions be  sent to his family and one to the  Miners' Magazine and the Moyie  Leader.    -- *  ,    john a. b. Mcdonald, .  huqh c. Mcdonald,  T. E. KELEY, Committee.  Moyie, Jan. 10, 1907.  mstAl   ma rxet.  New York���Bar   silver, 33 cfca  Lead, $4.75.opper, 13*  cts.-   {,    .  Loxdost���Lead, ��14/   " '  On Pettibonc's AcquittaL.  Tom Summers in Business.  Tom Summers has rented the  Christian building on Victoria  street, and will open a fruit, confectionery and cigar store. He  expects to be ready_ for business  the first of the week.  Will Elect Fire Wardens.  Will Open Co-Op.  Store.  The Moyie Rochdale Co-Operative Association have leased the  entire lower floor of the Farrell  block, on the north-east corner  of Queens', avenue and Victoria  street, and will open a Btore as  soon as all the details are- arranged. The man who will be  manager is expected here tomorrow. He comes from Fernie,  where he has been for some time  with the Trites-Wood company.  ���   News of the acquittal of George  A. Pettibone1 at "Boise, Idaho,'of :  of),complicity   in   the   murder  of ,,  ex-Govenor Steunenberg was't're- ���  ceived at the headquarters of^ the  Western Federation of Miners  in  Denver with great joy. >  "We expected no other verdict,"  said President Moyer  of - the fed-  eration,, r"for    Pettibone .is. nou^  guilty of that terrible crime. - In -  this connection^ wish to reiterate <���  that Steunenberg- was  note killed *  by a"federation man,;but by some,  our person who had a fancied on real _  grievance'against him.    We made  this statement    within 24  hours  after Steunenb'urg was' murdprf*d.  and  we    repeat it   tod��y.    They"  kidnapped    Haywood,   Pettibone.  and myself   and held  us    in ahi  Idaho    jail   for" many    months. -  They could not convict Hj,y��vood',  against   whom    they   said   they>-/  hada sure  case;  then  they said  they,'surely would send Pettibone *  to the  gallows,  for the evidence  against him was  too strong    to.  create a doubt.    They have failed-  again.  A Prosperous Farmer.  An election of fire wardens will  be held at the court house Monday, January 14th, at the hour of  11 o'clock* when three fire wardens will be elected for the town  of Moyie.  Will Work Three Shifts.  J. C. Drawry came up from Cowley yesterday and will be in  Moyie for a day or two looking  after his interests. Mr. Drewry  is managing director of the  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate  and is also a director in the Consolidated company, but his heart  and soul are centred on his valuable farm on the prairies, where  he makes his home. Mr Drewry  will leave for Toronto about the  first of February, to atteud the  regular annual meeting of the  Cinadi t,n Goldfields Syndicate.  Aurora   Meeting.  The new  Export,"  brew "Lake Shore  Three shifs will be worked at  the Cambrian commencing next  Monday. Good progress is being  made in Rinking the shaft.  A meeting of  the shareholders  who have a bond on the Aurora  property will be held at J. J.  Murphy's store Sunday evening  at 7:30 o'clock. There is business  of great importance to be transacted, and it'is-urgently requested  that every shareholder attend:  Carlyle with Le Roi.  It' is understood that W. A.  Carlyle, formerly manager of the  Le Roi and other British Aiaeric-*  Corporation propectie3; has been  appointed consulting engineer for  the Le Roi Mining company, an 1  will come to Rosshind shortly  from London for the purpose of  looking over the affairs of tha  mine. Mr. Carlyle for seven or  eight year3 was the 'minager of  the famous Roi Tinto Copper  mines in Spain, which position he  recently resigned for tha purpaae  of becoming a consulting engineer in London.  Frank Mines Closed.  The Canadian American Coal  it; Coke company at Frank shut  down its mines Wednesday morning. The company's contract  with the CauadUu Pacific i ail way  terminated Tueadaj-, and i'u is reported that the management of  the m'n s is endeavoring to secure  a higher prica for their coal  which is declined by the railway  company, and iu consequence 300  uiiuers. are out-of employment.  Peck Looks Wisei  "Lake Shore Exporl"  tap in every hotel,  is  on  J. Peck -Mac-Swain now wears a  stiff hat and a conscious air, The  fcjrmer was obtained from the  KusseilrL-iW-Caulfield'Oo. and the  latter was acquired in his youth  while studying tlie. Shorter Cate-,  chisra and the.-Pinro rVe" sh.],i(, '  ' taneousiy.,--Greenwood L/ad,,^,  '��� !.\  VI  tn  -   '1  '    if  tV-'is'-tL  ���::������.'���:  '-���'..V  .. .��"  ���������:;X ur��.2. aajpsa*  ^r^^^^tJ^^m^^^^^^*^'  i  i  *^+trtMtt&w*  THE LEADER. MOYIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA.      _ _ __  AIKENSIDE?  ���  ���  ��� \    t  BY MARY J.  HOLHES  Author of  "Dora Dcane," "The English Orphans/'  "     "Lena Rivers/' "The Rector of St. Mark'*,'*        ���  "Tempest and Sunshine," Etc ( ���  (Continued)  i ,'j-  ','  cr .  ! '  I      **  ''���;;,'}s  *��� - ij.  !     !,  *, Cv- "<"���  ',   r  i ��� i*r  ���' **  ���.y  i,/  jg��*n*'".*jp?��^C|��^a*-|i'.''i.* .  ^5 , -o     J-  ��  "ST' first  she  nan   oojeetca     to    pie  boardirig-school   arrangement,   saying  Jessie ,was 'too   young,   but   Guy   as  usual liad overruled her objections, as  he  had  those, of Grandpa  Markham,  and  it was now a settled  thing that  ' Maddv and Jessie .both  should  go to  . Xc-     York. Mrs.  Agnes to accompany  them if she chose, and hnvimr-a general supervision of her child. This was  Guv's  plan,  the  one   which' had  prevailed   with   the   fashionable   woman.  '     -Alio, tired of Boston, was well pleased  with   the   prospect  of   a" life   in   New  York.. Guy's   interest   in   Maddy   was  wholly inexplicable to Iter, unless she  explained  it on  tlie  principle that   in  the   Remington   nature   there   was   a  '-fondness for governesses, as had been  . exemplified  in  her own' history. That  ' Guv   would   ever 'marry   Maddv" she  doubted,  but  the  meie   possibility   of  it  made  her sot   her  teeth   firmly, together as she'thought, how Smbarras-  ���  sing   it  would   be   to   acknowledge   a*-  the   mistress   of   Aikenside   the   litU"  ���  eirl   whom  she 'li"d  RO"cht ,to  banish  from 'her  table.   Since  her return she  <- had had no or.no* ">nitv of iud'rine for  hewif^how   matters   stood,   find   was  ,'    consenuently niueh .relieved  when,  ns  ,Guy joined them, he began at once to  " speak  ot  Lucv,! .telline   of  the   letter,  " ��id her renuesi   for Maddy's' picture.  ' "Me? 'Mine?     You     cannot     mean  that?"'  Maddy.' exclaimed,   her ^eyes  opening, wide with  wonder,  but Guy  '    didvmean   it,   and   began   to   plan   a  drive, on   the  morrow   to. Devonshire,  , where there was lit that,time a toler-  - ablv fair artist. '  '"     Accordingly, the nevt day, the four  * went^lown to Devonshire, calling first  '  upon the doctor.'whose face brightened when he heard why they, had come.  - During the week= that had passed the  j.   doctor had  not been  blind to all that    send  - was   passing   at   Aikenside.Vand * the   ,,1lrn-  ii.: "  ���j ���> -   passing   ...       fear that Guy was more interested .in  Maddy   than   he   ought  to    be  hart  ' 'grown   almost  to   a   certainty.', Now  however; he was not so sure. Indeed.  the fact that Guv had told her of I.ury  ''Atherstone  would .indicate r that    his  suspicions   were   groundless,   and   he  entered heartily into the picture plan,  .   saving laughinglv that if he supposed  Miss  T.ucv   wonl'i  l'1"1  his  fn-ee  he'd  . sit himself,   and   bidding  Guy 'to  be  'sure   to  ask   her.     The   doctor's   gay  "spirits  helped   raise  those  of. Maddy.  i\nd as that .'little hnrnine spot In her  heart was fast wenring away,,she was  in'ju'st.the mood for a most admirable  likeness.   Indeed,   the'artist's   delight  suftablBT" " ��� A  No pne could live long with Maddy,  Clyde  without becoming interested in  her,- and   in   spite   of  herself   Agnes'  dicliVo Was wearing away, particularly  as  of  late  she   had  seen  no  signs of  special attention on the doctor's 'part.  He had gotten o\er hi;- weakness, she  thought,   and   *o   was   very   gracious  toward Maddy.  who,  natuuilly forgiving, began to like her better'than she  had  ever diearner1   it'possible for'her  to like so proud and  haughty a uoni-  .an. Down at the cottage in  Honedale  there   weie   many   consultations   held  an^ many fears expressed by the aged  couple as to 'what would, be ,the  result,  of  all   Guy   was   doing   for  their  child.   Womanlike,   Grandma     Mark-  hnr" felt "a flutter of pride in thinking  that Maddy was going to school in a  big city  like  New  York.  Tt gave  her  something to talk about with her less  | fortunate   neighbors,    who e wondered,  anH   gossiped,  and   envied,   but' could  not bring tlienT-elves to'feel  unkindly  towards   the   girl   Maddy,     who    had,  grown up in theii midst, and who, as,  yet, ,was   wholly" unchanged   by  prosperity.'" Grandpa   Markham,    ton,    the  'contrary, "though  pleased that Maddy  should liave every opportunity for acquiring the education she so much de-  si rod.   was  fearful of the 'lesult���fear-;  ful lest there might come a time when  his   darling   would   shrink   from,   the  relations   to   whom   she  was .as  sunshine 'to   the   flowers.   He .knew   that  the difference between  Aikenside'tind  the , eottare- must strike her unpleasantly eve.-y' time she came home, and  he,did   lot  blame her for he.r always  apparent ��� readiness'to go back. That  was natural, he thought, but a life in  .New   York,   that  great   city   which   to  the   simple-hearted   old', man   seemed  a  very   Babylon   of  iniquity,   wns  different, and'for a time he demurred to  sending her there. But Guy persuaded  and   when   be  heard'.that- Agnes  was p-oinsr, too. he consented; for he  had ,faith ��� in Acnes as a��� protector.  Maddy. had never ' told , him' of the  sceiie "which followed that lady's  return fro'rn Saratoga. Indeed. Maddy  never told anything but good of Aiken-  side or its inmates, and so Mrs. Agnes  came in for--a share of the old people's gratitude,' while even Uncle  Joseph, hearing 'daily a' prayer, for'the  "young .madam," ns grandpa termed  her,   learned  to pray for her' himself.  "lie "loved fMrers," Agnes whispered. a.�� her belter natme prevailed  over c-verv othe: feeling, and, start-  i ing csserlv forward, she ran after  the old man. who. surpn��ed at her  cv^'dfnt ha��te, wrsted a little anxiously for her to spfik ,  "'it was rathe* difficult to do su witb ,  Maddy's inquirinr e>es-upon her, hut  AgTi(>^' mnmi<red rt la;t to say:  "Does that eir.-y','man like flowers  ���the one who �� nys for the madam?"  "Yert, he used^to years ago." grandpa replied; and bending down, Ag-  rjcp lv'^nn to p"*T" ai.d nrranee into a  most tasteful briquet the blossoms  and bud*- of M*iv. gto\wng so profusely within' the bordeis.        ,  '"Take th��m to him, will you?" and  her hand *.hook as i-he pasted to  Grandpa Markham the gift which  would thiill pooi crazy Joseph with  a strange dehsrht, making him hold  converse' a while with the ' unseen'  presence which he called "she,"'and  then whisper blessings on the madam's Lead. '���.*" '  Tl> ��� ~ days after this, a paity of (  foui left AikensirK which piesented a  most forlorn and cheerless appearance to the passers-by, who were glad  almost as the servants when, at the  expiration-.of a veek, Guy came, back  and took lip his olden life of solitude  and loneliness, with nothing in particular to interest him, except' his  books and' the letter* he, wrote to  Lucy, unlesb, indeed,'it'were those  he was going to write to Maddy, who,  with Jessie, had promised to become  hi. correspondent. Nothing but these  and the picture��� the doctor's pietuie���  the one,- designed expressly for him,  an. which troubled him greatly. Believing that'he had fully intended it  for the doctor4 Guy felt as if it1 were,  in 'a measure, stolen .property, aricl  this made him. prize Jt, nil the more.  Now, that Maddy 'was a\vay Guy  missed her 'tertibly, ..wondering 'how  lie had, ever' lived without her,.arid  sometimes"' working himself into a  violent passion against the meddlesome neighbors'���who would not let hei  remain with him in peace, and who',  ��� now that she-was gone,' did -not stop  tlieir talking one wliit. Of this last,  However,vhe was ignorant, as there wjls  ,no one to teli-him how people-mar-  ' veled ufore than ��� ever, feeling con-  fid ni now that'-he wa.s educating hit-*  own "wife, and making sundry hateful  remarks as to ,\\hat he- intended d,o  ing with' her,relations. Guy only knew  that 'he wa.s very lonely! that Lucy's  letters seemed, insipid, that even the^  'd^'-.or failed to Interest him - as of'  old, and that his greatest comfort was  in looking ,at'the .briglit,young face  w' ',-' seemed to smile so trustfully  niw'" him from the tiny casing just'.as^  Maddy had smiled upon him" when, in"  Mnr>--i *s, "--Trior,   he   bade    he'-  good-bv. The doctor could, not have-  that picture, he finally, decided. Hal  ought to be satisfied with getting  Maddy, as of .course he would, for  'wasn't he educating her for thativery  purobse?"Certainly he was, and as a  kind of atonement for 'whai he deemed tieachery to his friend," he talked  .with'him often of her, always'taking  "No sale now for any but   ,  St.  George's *  Baking Powder  * i  GUd of it, too! I don't get  any more complaints���but lott of  compliments.' '   , ��� .  So out with these old lines:" ' U  Write The National Dm? & Chemical  Co. of Canada, Limited, for tlieir sew  free Cook-Boole *4  BEST TIME TO TAKE II  DIRECTIONS TO,PREPARE SIMPLE  HOME  MADE-MIXTURE     '    '  Te(Js'(,You'Hpw ^to  Overcorpe  Rheum-  ,v ��� at ism With Simple Recipe, Which  ' '  /    <        Is   Easily ,,Mixed '  A' well-kn6wn authority, on Rheumatism gives the readers of a huge Montreal daily paper the-following valuable, yet simple and harmless pre**-'  eiiption, which any one can easily  prepare at home:       " '    ,   .,  F'uid' Extract Dandelion, one-half  ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;  Compound ' Syrup Sarsaparlla, three  ziunces. ,    . i '    ' ��� 1       ���'  Mix by shaking well, in a bottle.  andrtake" teaspoonful after each meal  arid at bedtime. ' ,���'*"'  .,,lle states that the ingredients,.can  be obtained from any good',-prescription, pharmacy at small cost, and.-  being of vegetable" extraction, > aie'  harmless to take.' '.   \,,   '* , -,-  . This pleasant ;mixtuie,< if taken'regularly, for a few days, is said to overcome almost ariy case bf-Rheumatism.  The pain and swelling.*if any,,diminishes with each'''dose, .untileperrna-  nent results'are obtained, arid witli-  out injuring, the stomach.!"While there  are many so-called Kheumalis'm 1'e-  medies, patent, medicine's,' etc.;;' some  of which ido give relief;-, few j really  give permanent results^ and the'above'  will,, no doubt/be greatly appreciated  byVmany sufferers here at this time."  Inquiry at the drug stores of this  neighborhood elicits the information,  that -these, 'drugs,,'are-Jiarinless and  can be bo'ught.V separately,,-��� or,-tlm  druggistsihexe ' \vill  mix, the, piescrip-J  HE  SAW  THE'SIGN.,  Zause of the Smashup a* T^ld by the  Old Darky Driver.  The old darky was suing tbe .railroad  ���oinpany for damages.    The man con.  emJed,thut. not being warned by whls  ;.'lle*!or'-engine   boll,   be had  started  to  "drive- bis   rig   across   the   company's  rrack  wben a sliuuied box car of,said  ompauy crashed Into hh�� outfit, caua-  tng tbe death o( the liorse.'joss of ihe  '.vagou mid" uiluor Injuries to hliuself  After   the  prosecution   had  closed   its  -;ide of the case tbe company's lawyer  .-ailed'tbe old darky'to tbe stand and  vent at aim. . t  ', "Mr.  Lauison,". be began',  "your rig  ,.vus struck by the box car In full day-  igbt. was It not?"' f  "I link dar wa.s some clouds ovaheud.'.  -uli," answered tbe caviling witness.-  "Never mind the clouds!- Aud onl>  ,i few' days before this accident the  railroad company bad put' a new otgu  it "that crossing?'    ,     ',* , ��� ,      ,.  "Dar was. a sign dar; yaas, sub!"  ���'And   didn't   that   sigv.,. say:   "Stop!  Look!    Listen?'" ' '    '  "Now. - dur am de whole ��� accusation  ib de'trouble!" declared tbe darky,  .vitli animation.' "If dat "Stop' sign'  hadn't caught dls chile's' eye jes', 's  Vb war square ou dat track, dur would-  a't 'a* lieen no siiiiislvp'."���Bohemian.'  0 _ _ _.���    '  '   ���.  " THE  DEADLY   UNDERTOW.   ,  PALE, ANAEMIC,  SICKLY GIRLl  Regain Color, Health anil Vigor When ihe Blood Is rj  ,   , rlcherj By ^  Or. Chase's Nerye Food,  I' "     '' '-r  Iris,  r'       ��  I"   .  rV. - * '  l Air ��.      1  B&W' ���   -'  .*.;'-v-' ,-  11  &,  5-w-?*  . even Acnes acknowledged to herself  while Jessie, went into raptures, and  ' Maddy blushed ,to , hear her ' own  ' praises. Guv said nothing, except to  ask.that'Maddy should sit'again, this  was good, but a second might be bet^'  tcr. So Maddy sat again, succeeding,  quite as well as nt-first, but as the artist's preference was for the former, it  was left to be finished up, with the  understanding Hint Guy wouldccall for  it. As the ladies passed down the-  stairs. Guy lingered behind, and when  sure they were out of hearing, said in  a low v.,ice: .  ' "You mav as well finish both; they  are too good to he lost."  , The artist bowed, and Guv, with a  half-guiltv blush, hurried down into  the stroet where Agnes was waitins  for him Two hours later, Gnv,' in  ' Mrs/Conner's n��rlor, wa�� p\hibitine  the finished picture, -which in itp  handsome cap'"'', was more beautiful  thnn ever, and more natural, if possible.  , "I think I mit'lit have one of Maddy's," Jessie said, half poutingly:  then, ns she remembered the second  sitting, she beceed of Guy to get it  for her. "that was a dear brother."  But the "dear brother" did not seem  inclined to comply with her request,  putting her off, until, despai.ing of  success, Jessie, when alone with the  doctor, tiied her powers of persuasion  on him. coaving until in self-defense  he crossed, the street, and entering  the daeuerrenn gallerv ajsksd for the  remaining picture of Miss Clvde, saying that he wished it for little Miss  Remington.  "Mr. Remington took them both,"  the artist replied, commencing a dissertation on the style and beauty of  the young eirl, all of which was lost  upon the doctor, who. in a kind of  maze, quitted the room, and returninc  to Jessie, said to her carelessly: "He  hasn't it. You know they rub out  those they do not use. So you'll have  to do without: ��nd. Jessie. T wouldn't  tell Guy I trifil to <?pt  it for von."  Jessie wondered why she must not  tell Guy, but the fact "that the doctor  requested hei not was sufficient. Con^  aequently, Guy little guessed that  the doctoi knew what it was he carried so carefully in his coat pocket,  looking at it earnestly when at home  and alone in his own room, admiring  its soft, girlish luauly, half shrinking  from the life] ' ^ expicssion of the  large, bright eye-, and trying to convince himself that his *-ole object in  getting it was to eive it to the doctor  after  Maddy   ��m   gone'   It  would   be  sucn a suiprise, aud the doctor would  be so glad, that Guy finally made  himself believe that he had done a  iiio��<  rra-...->.^.,<; thing'  "I am going to send Lucy your picture to-day, and as she asked that you  should write her a few lines,, suppose  you do. it now," Guy said to Maddy  next morning, as) they left the'breakfast table. ���";  Tt was a sore trial to Maddy to  write to Lucy Atherslone, but she offered no remonstrance, and so accompanying the picture was a. little  note filled mostly .villi praises of Mr.  Guy, and which would be very grati-  tyine to the unsuspecting Lucy.  Now that, it,-was fully decided, for  Jessie to go with ..Maddy. her lessons  were suspended, and Aikenside for  the time being was turned into a  vast dressmaking and millinery establishment. With his usual generosity, Guy bad given Agnes permission to draw upon his purse for what-  evo- was needed, either for herself or  Jessie with the definite understanding  .that Maddy should have an equal  share of dress and   attention.  "It will not he necessary." he said,  "for you to enlighten the citizens of  New York with regard to Maddy's  position. She goes there as Jessie's  equal, jand   her   wardrobe    must    b*  would "forgive, Sarah" first, and then  "bles3 .the madam���the madam���tho  madam."       , ',, ,  at*'"niT"aohieve"tni��nt was unbounded, ' A few,'days before Maddy's depart-  as he "declared ii the very best picture"vure.- grandpa' went up to see "the ma-  lie'had ever>.takeri.  Tt was beautiful,  ,dam";   anxious   to   know    something  ' " '   '   - *   '-   ' ,r     mo->'  than  hearsay'about a person to  whose care his child was to be par-  tinlty intrusted. Agnes' was in her  room when told who,1 wanted to"'see  .her. starting* quickly,' she, turned so  deadly - white that * Maddy, who  brought the message., flew to her side,  asking in much alarm, what was.the  matter.  "Only a little faint. It will soon  pass off," APnes said, and then, dismissing Maddy. she tried to compose  herself sufficiently tor pass the ordeal  she so much dreaded, and from0 which  there was no'possible escape."  Thirteen years! Had they changed  her past recognition? She hoped, she  *believed so. and yea, never in hei'"Hfe  had. Agnes Remington's heart beaten  with so much terror and apprehension as when she entered the reception room where Guy sat talking with  the infirm old man she lemembered  so well.'He had grown older, thinner,  poorer looking, than when she saw  him last, but in his wrinkled face  there was the same beiji; >��nt. heavenly expression which, wlun she was  better than she fwas now, used to-, remind her of the anrels. His snowy  hair was parted ivst the same as ever,  but the mild blue eye was dimmer,  and it rested on 'her with 'no suspicious glance, as. partially reassured,  she glided across the threshold, and  bowed - civilly "when Guy ��� presented  her. '"  A little anxious aa to how her  grandfather would acquit himself,  Maddy sat by, wondering, why Agnes  appeared so ill at ease, and why her  eiandsire started sometimes at the  sound of her voice, and looked earnestly at her.  "We've never met befoie to my  V��-���lrjilpe, younz woman," he said'  once to Acmes, "hut you are mighty  like somebody, and your voice, when  you talk low. keeps makin' me jump  as if T'd heard it sum'ers or other."  After that Agnes spoke in elevated  tones, as if she-thought him deaf, and  the mystified look of wonder did not  return to hip face. Numerous were  the charges he gave to Alice concerning Maddv. bidding her be watchful of his child, and sec that she did  not "get too much drinkud in with  the wicked things on Broadway '"  then, as he arose to go, he laid his  trembling hand on her head and said  solemnly: "You are young yett'lady.  and there may be a long life before  yo'- God bless vou, then, and prosper  you in proportion as \ou are kind (o  Maddy. I've nothing to give you n.i<  Mr. Guy for your goodness only im  prayers^ #a_nd _them   you   havy   "ovfjr-  day. We all ;>ra> for you, lady, Job  epli aud all, tho.igh I doubt inu he  knows much tho meaning of what he  says."       ij   ���   .  "Who, .-fir?. What.'did you say?" and  Agnes' face was scarlet, as grandpa  replied: "Joseph, our unfortunate  boy; Miuldy must have told you, the  one who's taken -such a shine to Jessie. He's, crazy-like, and from the  corner where he' sits so much, I can  hear h'ini ..whispering by the hour,  sometimes of folks he used to know,  and then, of you. who we call madam.  He. says for-ten. minutes' on the  stretch: 'God bless the madam���the  madam���the madam !'���' You're sick,  lady; talk in' about crazy folks makes  you faint," grandpa added, hastily,  as Agnes turned white as the dress she  wore.  "No���oh, no, I'm better now," Agnes gasped, bowing liirn to the door  with a feeling that she could breathe  no longer in his presence.  He did not 'hear her faint cry of  bitter, bitter remorse, as he walked  through the hall, nor know she watched him as he went slowly down the  walk, stopping often to admire the  fair blossoms which Maddy did not  feel  ni Ubertv to. nick.  coupling her name with that of Sarah,   ���:���--- ~;���  ;-T-r-."i.'       i"~ T3   <:. .;">��,,' .,,-... -.���^,.rainv= -i* uei/aVf tn    '  and asking in hiscrazy way that God    ll_ f 0^r*nt*,d *at.Z.hf.n 'ii?.? *if ..��.^ J10"- f��r. ��U' - 1^J-S -lf  -iSke-^-tp-' .-"  enough the doctor would wo'o and win  the little girl who had come to him,  in his capacity of 'inspector, as candi-  , date number, one.  At first the doctor  suspected him,of.acting'a part in or->  der ,to  cover  up  some  design   of ehis  own with regard to Maddy, and affected an indifference-he did not feel; but,  -as ,time  passed   on,   Guy,. who lrie'allvl  believed himself sincere,,managed  to",  make the 'doctor believe so*too. Coii-.  sequently, >tfie fatter   abandoned   his-  suspicions;*"and   gave 'himseJJ  up   to-  blissful "dreams ,of' what" mi^ht ,pos-  "sibly be when Maddy should have become the, brilliant -woman ���*he    was  sure   one   day  to   be.     Alaa!   for   tho  doctor's dreams.       *   ,  (To Jae Continued.)    i\   '  CHURCH   AND   CLERGY.  /be~ abler.'to^year^all.J'his; medals^ "���:  Washington,,"StarJ" T "���..'/, ���"      .,-/'-    ^  \.,av 1���v���~-^-jz ��� rw ���*.--<,'.  , We All'Have-Missions in the World  ���There is a work to do for every man  on-earth,"there is''a function to, perform- for everything on earthj.ianimate  and-inanimate. Everything" has" a  mission/and the mission'of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is to heal, burns and  wounds oi every description and cure-"  coughs" colds, croup and all affections  of the respiratory organs. '     ,.  Jk. cooking school and a nursery are  among tbe innovations at the First  Presbyterian church In Seattle.  The Jesuit fathers have purchased a  city block in Brooklyn, *on -which will  be- erected a church, a combined grammar and high school, a splendid college and a faculty bnllding.  To, give mothers a chance to get  home from church In time to make hot  dinners- for their families on Sunday,  the vicar of Sheppard, England, has'  only a short service, starting at 10  o'clock., (   ��� >    ,  Bishop Lander has taken leave of his  congregation at Liverpool and will  booh enter upon his' new duties in the  immense diocese of Victoria, south  China, which has a population of 90,-  000,000 persons. . c  , The Rev. P. Ward Denys,"who was  so seriously overcome by ,ttie heat In  Baltimore last summer that he resigned his work there, has almost entirely recovered, but will pass tbe winter with bis family in Dresden, where  his daughters are at school.  SCIENCE  SIFTINGS.  Two stones rubbed In water may be  beard In water at half a mile.  A cubic inch of air arising from the  flame of a Bunsen burner has been  found to contain no Tewer than 480,-  000.000 dust particles.  M. -Antoine Cluiretto. a clever young  chemist of l'arls, has informed tlie  Academy of Science in that city that  he has* succeeded In producing by  artificial means crystals of large sixe  having al! the characteristics of diamonds.  The opinion Is gaining ground among  German hygienic experts that tlie  method of destroying germs in milk  by beating il, which also kills the useful germs, should be abandoned in fa-  vt��r of a process based on tlie introduction of bacteria'which' destroy the  disease germs only.' \       '  THE   WRITERS.  Pierce Butler, professor of English  literature in Tuliine university. Ii.-is  written a biography of Judah. P. Benjamin. ''-.'...������  John Townscjnd.Trowbridge, the &ro-  ry writer and poet celebrated his  eightieth birthday ;at his home 011 the  banks of Spy pond. In Arlington. Muss.  Mrs. Ida Husted has completed tbe  writing of the third volume of the  "Life and: Work of Susan B. Anthony:"  It is expected that the book will be  ready for circulation in February, Miss  Anthony's birth month.  George E. Woodberry, who has just  produced a new book, "The Appreciation of Literature," has taken up residence in a Massachusetts country  town, where he Is busying hinfself'ln  literary work. ���   .  '1 am'not'rlike.the ltaliuiir'Xdihiral,!  Libertini/'/said Marconi.'"Libertini,"  ho '.went * on? /'had ���\yon, many- battle's,  and. ereat renown-,','and,jit~a-r ball 'given  in his hoiioVone^ladjr-'said to'another:  BuVhow   frightfully^ fat our. dear  What    to, ' Do    When    Caught'   In    the  ,        '.Treacherous Current*.'-'  Those   deadly,  undertows" which   so  '���fteu prove fatal to swimmers are produced by tides and coast currents." The  former.only carry-out at,ebb tide; the  'latter usually 'zigsag'ajong'tbe sboVo.  "If you are,a robust'swimmer," suit!  a professor of the art, "you can gen-1  erally overcome "them .by -quick, alert  strokes. ' 'If.*, however,* you  do, not nf  once succeed., don't persevere, for this  -Is ( one of, theo exceptions, to 'the rule  .about perseverance.    Stop'figbtlng be-,  fore exhaustion comes add go with the'"  ;ide, cjr current. '���"By-'-restlug .u   short  time,', flouting or swimming  leisurely';-  \p\i Will have- time, to take your bearings and "cither make uucrtber^utt'eiuptt  or call for assistance.'     *-'---,  "Sometimes you 'WW 'find' the under-1  row .runs,parallel'to,'the.shore. t,.You  nay, then let yourself'be carried, along'  .with the 'certsiinty "that "r^efore" long \v)  will twist inshore, wben'-u short'snurt'  "Your mirror will,tell you if.you are  anaemic, for the unnatuiul pallor of  your gums, lips and eyelids will indicate the:thiiiuej��a, and' weakness of  the blood.- '    ���'       '    ,  '  I    Anaemia, j iV1 most   common   among  <' young women jtnd is marked by, pal-  ;ior,'   weakne-jfi,   indigestion, ' irritability,  spells  of di/.'/iness  and   fainting,  htiail   pulpilation,. 'Severe   headaches  and  feeliug.s, of extreme, lassitude.  The blond is lacking m theTeleinents  which go to form energy.; vigor <and  fctiengtli and demands 'such assistance.  nA is, best supplied __by Dr. Chase's  tyerye Food.       . ,    '  This- great food cure sharpens' the  appetite,.invigorates the nerves (which  control the* digestive fluidd, strengthens the'heait's action and naturally  and gradually restores the r sufferer,  from weak' blood'to health., strength.'  and vigor.    " ��� ,   .  ,  The headaches and eyenobes of pale',  nervous fochool girls,.'- of office'girls  and of factory, employees are largely  the result of thin, vatery blood mid  ,will disappear'when the blood is enriched and the system built up by  Dr. 'Chase's Nerve  Food.      v     , ,, "-  -'  M'fis/ Lena- Hiebert,    Lowe Tarm,  Man-.,-writes:���'-'J had buffctrtst 18  two years with dizzy ept-ll-. >��&  the back,"���,cold hands, and iiVj  vpusnesB, jerking of the h/���CB  tongue, 'soreness of armt, a���<)  ders,.and general exhuuMion  "even months ago I beeum.. H'tS  vous that ���! could not a-t 0, .> ��  and 'could not do the leim bit, o< Jt  without, suffering diftulfulh "(.1  'pains .in--the back. ' 1 c-c*ui*j l,J  walk, could'eat very link, ;i���k  .that people'were al,wuv�� xwitchi��i>  body t>vitcli:     , -   '���  '',"1 t,ried 'several medic!iWWJti.t.  tie effect", and was-a im-re skelehrl  skin and bone about to tut u*ncil  pair when  f heard about |j,-, ('|,Jt7l  Nerve, Foo<.l-.  and  began  umii-- it I  have   used   in   all, fotm. <-n bowsf  tfhi�� [ireparation and.it das built.  'up   until "f   am   now  htimij- and 1"  again,,, Dr.  Chase's  Ner-.e K<*i|  done nie a world of good, and It  that I cannot recoiniut-nd u Will  \y to.persons who wuJffoi as 1 i,e��*l  '  Put this great| renlnrntiw to 'v> J  by   npting , your'increase    111   vj  while using it.     * "a f  - Dr.,.Chase's Nerve Fo^'l 50 mjI  box,, C boxes for $2.50, nl'i-U drj-ii  or Kdmanson.'.Uiites &. .Co', Toto-iF  B  smile    wiJL  Kind !'</'-','*_, Y "���*'.''   J'',_    '��./_���     ..;  Energet'ic  :-!"''���-��� '' ~~-S1 --n    , What a great amount 'ii fio'i-i 1,  men cohla accoinnlish ,if tli>>y |,i.j  useful jmrposes ,lhe-energy'ilwf J  In trying to keep.their pi/)<-i|fl,;4  ���Atchison* Globe... '   ,  ; Be  kind. >Your-.fain'te8t  '   cheer���  ' The shortest 'word" of love    you've  ,    ,  ^said"    ^ ,,      '   r,        / "y  Will' help ,sorne wqi,.y '^vanb"rer0 liere,  .And bloseom.into loses red. -  - ;,   ,."      '���,',,:'-'',,���Buffalo News.,  will -brins  lf.        lii\    l-i.     -  you,, to nsafety.".  .!>.    ���', .-5,'One-Way .to'.Juda*. .,"!.,,,'��-i'Jr-,,.  ."Doyou.know.'^sald the. head waiter  at a , fasblobubie' res"t*iunint.*"thttt an  experienced   Walter   can    usually, tell  whether a dIner\isT wealthy/o��-/u6t by.  the "Way he   handles 'his', meal * check?'  If  a^'tuan-carelessly ^pitches' out ,blsj  .money' for,, the .waiter"tofpay  the; bill*  -'without lobklug oyer his check we Iciio w  the chances^are'uhat^he Isn't' wealthy,  'He Is^fudulging'lira luxury and'fears  'lie suilgbt'he "ridiculed' if ^be^examlnecl  -thevchecU..-   On* the''other'hand,   the  ,mnn, who ' has.- plenty  of r money, ^'i',  "amines'hi\ch'eck 'closely, 'as a-.rule.fMf  -be.' finds ��� nti dtcm ��� which; he  thinks   Is  wrong be terlls the v.-aiter1.'abbuMt-?fIt  was.probably^ jiist'such.care'.as  that  that madchim rich, -,'ls he, liiughed'at':  "Well? JI"'guess'not.*^l'n  fact.' the^wnM'-**  ersadmire him fpr'talVcarefuldess. and  the, result Is they'u'redoubly particular  about how be Is charged."    -, ",     ,  pillBinow'on the market.  .Vegetihle .Pillft'/are more th'an ��' pur-.  gatrTd.--.They strengthen *the btomuch/*  where,"otlier* pills' .weaken ^it,^,', They  "cleanse Hlie blood by' regulating" the"  liyer'and"kidneys,' and .they'stimulate  wlfere other pill*1 compounds' depress.'  Nothing.of, ah,injurious nature. ,used'  for merely "������I'urgative'.'powerh, entersi  into  their" compos"ion*.*''     ,','v -���>--,     *,  ) .*-> 's^     .    ��  . . J '  ''*'; I'll'.give yoii-a-'f qopper if, you'.will  tellfmerhow*it'-is you are,losing your  hair?'.* > - -.-   - * r ' ,-'-,; ,- -/   *'  'VWorryfe" . '   ' '      "<������< .    ~     '   ,  ./'What, dp" you yworry   about?",*  '"About' losing ,niy hair."��� London  Opinion.-' --    *'���*"���.     -   "' -    ,    ��  ."  - ���  *i , - ��� -j -.-   .  ". Minard's'LinimentvCures Garget-in  Cows, r     -      '-        ��' '. ' . '  )   ."  ^ Thos.t Sabin?   Eglinton,    .-sr-:  Jnjytf,reiri"oyccti to"iv corns frwiv vxi t**|  with^llollpway's" Corn- Cuie"  erj< gd^thdu and do^likewis-1.  - ft...-. - *.?..-'"^. ���' >-<���;>._>   .  im  *-r-">  Shoe' Store' Salesman���-  What" >f  would you like,^ madaru.^  j " f  'V"Mis��?La'rjun-n-^i'd<.like V Xo. 2,"i  thcjte's   no. uke   talking    about    A  lfou*-ninv', iw'well ,show"nie your fl  5's.<AChicago' Xeu's: \   * -  "< g  II  /DIRTY1 WATCHES:  I think the first virtue is to restrain  the, tongue; he approaches nearest to  live gods who knows how" to be silent,  even though he is in the right.���Cato.  Itch, (Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every torm or^ contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by   Wolfon-t's   Sanitary, Lotion.  A Norwegian journal tells the following story about the Crown Piinee of  Norway. Too much attention from  those about him ha,s madejittle Prince  Olaf somewhat headstrong, and, like  most childien. inclined to be a little  tyrannical  towards  his playfellows.  The other day he became angry  with another little boy who had placed himself on  a certain chair.  "You mustn't sit there," he cried.  "It's my father's place,"'  King Haakon' happened to be present,, and took the offending boy on  his own knee  by way. of consolation.  Prince Olaf was angrier than ever.  "You mustn't sit there either," he  insisted.' "It's mother's place."���  Manchester  Guardian.  Minard's  tharia.  Liniment     Cures ,  Diph-  A motor car was proceeding along  a countiy lane. In it v��eie seated t\vo  motorists     wealing   the   most   correct  Shakespeare and His Plays.  The Sbukespeare-Bacon controversy  Is right when* it bugan 'many years  ago' The man froijri Stratford is still  in possession, though there are" many  learned men who seriously question  bis rights. It has not been proved that  Bacon wr6te the plays or that Shakespeare did not write them. One thing  the controversy has.done, however���il  'has immeasurablyheigbtened the mystery of tbe fact, if it is a fact, that tbu  plays were written- by the historical  Shakespeare. Between the Shakespeare'  we know hi history and the man who  wrote ''Leur," "Hamlet" and "Macbeth" there would seein to be un un  l.ridged   distance  lThs   Reason "Is" Often' to; Be >Found   Ir."  ���f   ,"       ��� the Watch  Pocket.'."   ,     ("/  "Why-do   watches  get  dirty?' said  'the Jeweler.  '"You'll * And* the answer'  'iff your'wn'teu'pockct /l'urri' It out"  o.Tbe-.patroif.'-Uirncd   out   his " watch  pocket.'   sheepishly^,, bringing --'forth ���%',  pinch' of -mud colored 'dust.' some -,llnV  and 'a. small ha I! of, black flufX.^C _��� -',.,,  ^/"'There's'-1 the .reason." i^sald L"tbe^jcw  ,'ele'r.^.;*\>'att-'hea" getf dirty  because ��� thj>  pockets, they .'are carried, In are,,uevei  -I'lean.; ; A ^ watch * pocket,- my-'dear; sir  should be cleaned1 out regularly once,a  week. ��� Observe,'that   rule   and   your  watch's works will dot" get clogged 111  nplu.  -       '>, ������        ,       . l V   .  "Another and a seasonable rale Is ,  never to lay your watch dovn on stone,'  or marble. Tbccold deranges the'dQll '  cate works. J  "Never Iny your watch down, in fact.'  anywhere.    Hang It up on a hook vertically in the same position It occupfen-  wben   in   your  pocket    Watches   are  made to lie." or, rather, stand. ,In that -  posltiou only.      .   "   X��'     '' ' v--j  "Wind your watch in the ,morning, j  never at nlsrht." "        .- ���' -  ^Minard's Liniment Cures .Colds, i  r- 1 ,   V_'   ', ~ i ft,     ? ' "  ,'   Bondholders'   Unclaimed,, Mone/,  //The iiorttotlicv profits sligbtly'bj  "destruction ot stamps "which hare  paid   for . 11 nd  .the   treasury - Bots  ^benefit ofjiflls which are lost aod  er found? - & largo source of Irregui  rproflt lies In'the failure, of bondho'i  ,to present th'Clr IkxhU for redetup!  Unclaimed  money In  the treasury  to  bondholders -auiounfed/lo   ucar(rg  nnlllou^dollahi'lu; 1801,-"anil-the sue  much gi-eiitcr' now," "Of^a loan,.*  fehduein^ l!W0-the sum.o^s.'j-.'.ox;  mains 'unclaimed??^ Ne'arly $10f).(  still   unpaid *"of  tho-;."5  per cent  ���which"  were, due-" lnrg.liXM.   'Tuis ...  over $100',000.000thlrty'"ycurf-t pf-r's;  bonds'came du(ron*.Iuly'.l.   SpecM  duceineut*3,Vcre^6lTered to secure it*  n.*deniptl'on?'.,\Yet "atfthe' end  of  month.'"'$13,000.(100 .'still' stood   Id  treasury"dn"'iu^ account;,' 'almoin*  M  m  TIo"  Bblo  the  dis  %  ss  dr��  teroat haH.ceitAcU.f-Youth's Compia  JlNGLES="AND-JESTS.  " ' , 'Two Views.  -., ''   Such a'lovely., earth,  ,   ',,   r  ,* 'Such a glorious skyv  ' Bucb a- lot of mirth, ���  ,  , No one need to slftM  Such a jojly moon  ' , Sailing/up above,  .   '    c ,  Bucb'delight to upoon���  o     When a chap's In 1ot��4  Si*hl a pesky hole <-  Earth Is anywayt  .> Sucl* a beastly role  One hns got lo playt  .-   ,, ' Such a lot of woo  1   *    ' .     One needs bo a churl���  "Can't b<* worse, you know,  * , ''When he's lost1 hi* girl.  "I* S. Wa'-u-houar la, N>1�� York &&<  teftfd  ',*1  The Way of New York.  ^In New York you buy your theater  tickets from a speculator for two  prices, and after tbe show you brlbt*  .1 waiter to briug you food for which  you pay the, Jolly Innkeeper two ami  oue-huif prices, after which you ma.\  be hauled home by a rheumatic bon-c  if you pay tln\driver once for haullu^  you home and once for not*" get tin-.'  down from his-percb and bootiug you  out of tbe hansoiu.  The  Man With Tact.  Casual   Caller   (to   one   next   him)- I  was   Introduced   to   that   squint   eyed  Somebody or other. Don't you thin1  tbe man wus an Ullot that married her'  Next One (meekly)��� 1 can't just sax  I'm the man.  thing m the way of fur coatd, goggles, ' red haired woman over there us Mr.-  etc. On swinging round a curve they  came full upon a groom who was exercising a couple of horses. As the animals appealed to be very restive the  car was brought to a standstill, but  the horses' tenor only grew  worse.  One of the motorists called to the  groom  "Can't you get tlieni past? We've  stopped  the car."  To then suiprise the Irian re��pondcd  "Oh, it ain't the motor, sir! If vou  eentlemen will 'only get out and hide  behind the hedge for a minute it'll  be  all right."���Illustrated  Bits.  In .selecting flower.-, for decorating  a tabic a gieat deal of thought should  be given to the subject of color. The  room itself .must.'-be.'considered; the  colors of the china to be used, and,  if possible, the: colors of the gowns to  be  woijn  at the table.  The Sequel.  "Funny thing about Dubley.   lie sub!  lie  needed  a   little  whisky   ��ecuuse   he  was run dow n."  "Well, wasn't he run down-.'"  "I  don't know about, that,  but  I  <.!���.  liuow he was run in."���Catholic Stand  aril aud Times.  Suited   His   Temper.  "You seem to Hud that book very In  terestiug," said Mrs.. Henpeck.  ������Yes,"   replied   Henry; '"It's  delight  ful.    I've glauce<I at the ending,   and  the hero and heroine don't get.tnsi rrb'-rl  ,<ifter all.".?- ' /   ���'' .���.'''   '  "'  Whether a kn;i ve or a fool can do the  greater harm is one of the ijuestloiis  which twenty, centuries of experience  has not fully determined. ��� Dallas  Newe. ���:  SHILOH'S coujh^ CURE  >r**'  111  fc&Bost  lionel  Ttluni  . Get a bottle to-day. from your druggist.1 If  it doesn't cure you quicker than anything  you ever tried, he'll give you your money back ,-,  Shiloh's i.s tbe best, safest, surest and quickest' medicine for your children's couf|u^^^  and colds.     10has been curing coughs and  colds for 34 years.    All druggisu-r  w  aSc-> 50c., and Si.00 a bottle. -, Mk$IJ2'i;  ^t^\y^$H5Q  Easy and Warm  You , don't .have  to wear arctics,  rubbers or overstockings with  Elmira Felt Shoes.  The felt itself is lighter than  leather. Your feet can't get cold  in Elinira Felts, no matter how  low the temperature falls.  Look for the trademark���shown above  ���on the sole, .insist on having the  genuine Blmira Pelts.  Said  by   Laadlng   Deslora 35  PL  ' Am  11*>,^ vt j��,  I P~A coun  F?��>jtfT  hv> "who*  I f.-/cred;  ]' 5f ��� wh'ic  j?r$i.*_i*$n*5i  6 if Horn  KEEPS OUT COLD  The Caspian Sinki     .,������-.  ;   Ir appears from ihe careful measure- [  uients of level  receiitly. made by I,iou- j  lenant Colonel   Parllsky along thejllne,  eT the Traiiscaiipiau  railway that! the j  level'of the Ousphm sea is eighty-three ,'j  feet below the level of the oceans.    If  the Caspian sea were filled with water  up to ocean level the town of Krasno-  vodsk;    which    stunds   on    Its   shore,  would be submerged, for tbe mean elevation of that town Is between sixty-  three and sixty-four feet below ocean  -I level., il ',  EDDY'S  IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING  IS ONCE MORE ON THE MARKET AFTER A LAPSE OF ' FEW  MONTHS, and your wholesaler is in a position to supply your r��  quiremants in what is acknowledged to  be  THE.BEST   BUILDING   PAPER  TEES & PERSSE LIMITED. Agents,  CALGARY WINNIPEG EDMONTON  "'Always���Eve ywhara In Canada���Use   Ec'dy'     Matchas."  ABSORBS  MOISTURE  BSSaV  imdii ilRLJ  food is {j  ood,  l   tufftten ���  and i(.t._|  *')(;  il/IH,,^  "(if. and '  UlUM'Oll  bL'CUlin.   M)L  eu*-t l)ii o; |J  K-tulfulh  u  1   could 1,-rf]  *'''*!���', 'iiifl i  V" ttntcluinj  ilCSIIPa'-AjthJ  m-rc i-kelelorT  ' !PU> u*nc  <*�������� hi-. (Vi  'Ml    lining .it  m�� ,-n  bo-na  it lias built  sti��.iig and i  i'f;r'.B K<*1'  ;ot>(i, and |  ell'l U tiwi:  '<���! US I Iih-'  fltlve *r>  'itie     111    v.��j  '("���'I     50   Pr),',!  . at'all d��t!*J  c ,CV, Totoi  ic  it <ii po.f.j i  i .if they [,i,.j  ���nerpy Wwr \  r pin-", lifl^  .on,    .-sk  is from raf W0J  ���Cme"  -  "*  <ewise.  THE LEADER; MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  tie Salts have  purines in them-���which makes them  *e and gritty;  Windsor  Table  Salt  on chemical analysis-^���was found  to  !ic purest of,the principal ,< brands on ,  Be British and'    '       American market. -  ���   Not His' Fault  _   first-grade i boy    brought "peifect  Blling papers home' for several weeks  then suddenly began lo miss five  six out of. fen.   v   ���' $       , 1   ,< ^  r :fow's thi'o, son?"- asked i his father  fcTea'cher's fault,!''replied, the  boy  JIow'is,itrthe teacher's,.fault?",    :  jShe, moved the, little boy-that, sat  ci to nie;"    ~    , . "   .   '  3ten  hile   more, prevalent ,in     winter,  n sudden changes in; tlie weather  the strongest cotisCitiitioiW colds'  coughs and ailments of thesthroat  jcome-hr-nny^seasonr     At    the  sign of derangement use Bickle's  i-Consumptive     ��yrup,,      Instant  -f'will be-experienced,,'and use of  ;medicine'<--until ithe' cold' disap-  8 will protect'the lungs, from' at-'  ' '.For-anyone with throat pr. chest  ness rit."cannot .be surpassed.,  was"going, down to the. city that*  }, slipperw day' when- a,^ big, boy'  liciously^biiiniiedsihto riier'<*���*--,/",'' '���  jjdt you7,rf.mite, hi'm?"--"   ',;.      ' _������  g|j$gjkT-* to-nte  the'-'-3ce.*"~-r,ittsburg  Mt-3.  n���  What" <{  a?t  j "  -e V No.  {.about  .'���  .v 'nfe your  _    "5  ures .Colds, i  imed ti Money,  slightly hj  vbiebbave  asury - Bots  re lost aud  rce of Irrej  ,of bondho'i  for redensfj.'  ic treasury  ed/to  iiearl/,  aml'tbe su  f a  loaii(.��  n,of,,$.'{-_'.ox;  irly $1O0.(*jC  per tent  <M.   I'i'hU  year A per si  ���'.I.    SpecM  to secured*  he' en'd  of  stood   Id  ity 'althoutfj  h's Corniit  P��  ijinous person off,a .certain town  afpved to find out/everything about  -bw'residents,"espied the'.son of a)  neighbor, one morning in u docv  ipfHce.        ���        .,,        .." Y*    V*  'morning/'  he   said.   "''-'Little  vhat.jis��-,your name?" r JVS '  , /-  nys .as dad's,r" ������ was the    quick  '     i   ',   ' ,   '<", rf   *   ,- - *"  'course, JT know,  little ^oy.-^but,.  |is your dad's' name,,dear?" <"   -  me,as.mine1,  sir." ' \ ' <  he persisted-: "I 'mean what do j the odor.  f when they call you to break-  i��ey. don't1 never call me;JI'allus  ���e ,c, firrit.   ,_   See?'-' -*��� Ladies'  tJournal.       '   ,* "���   "^      .        r'-!  r'-    8100   REWARD. ��� ��I00 '<    ;  .  eaders'of ibis, paper ,will be'pleas-',  jlearn, that   thoro .'isi at i>least'cooe  ^disease that science has been able  Itoloarelin ��� all tw stages, and-that is On-'  gtaSfbSjraHairs   Catarrh   Oure. is .tho  only^  itlTas cure  now '(known   to  the  medical  Eioni  DAIMY   PERFUMES.  fleeipea Fop Making Scents For Keef>.  ing Among Linen. '  ��� The use of perfumes Is one that  every,, woman should understand. If  too much Is put on. the odor becomes  'uorious and clo.iing, and only the  fajatefit suggestion' is desirable.  More subtle and   In every  way the  inost delicate method lo  through  the*  use' of   powders   that scent  the   garments.   With these rather than, liquids  there Is never a harshness of perfume.  With very little trouble.and not much  expense a woman may '.have not only  all   her  clothing thus sweetened,   but  bouse linen as��� well.  '  One of these delicate scents to >keep  among   sheets   and   pillowcase's - is   a'  mixture  of seven  parts of powdered  cedar wood.the same of dried lavender  flowers/, one   part   of  powdered   gum  benzoin, one part of, powdered cloves  and1 two,.parts,of powdered cinnamon?  It cannot be excelled.' if'must.be well  mixed., sifted r��nd .,put; into  flat   bags  'amorig,-tbe sheet's," or else'flat pads the  slze'of the shelves,or drawers may be  used,    Any   tbiu   material   is suitable'  for the pads, the kind being governed  onIy���*hy expense. '   ' ' V  -Lavender flowers'are not'expensive  and  make,a sweet and fresh perfume  for   house   linen. 'Our  grandmothers'  used1 vanilla  beans' among their linen  and< fotitJa   the odor 'was -sweet   and"  lasting.  , * **.     ' : ��� , ,   's    , ��� - '   ,  "  l��'lr balsam, such; as pillows are made  or, Is'delicious' among sheets and p!l->  lowcases.   (,.',',-       ��      "      ' <  Potpouril, made of, fresh rose,leaves  Is' one'o'f the greatest luxuries In per-  ru'mes.'Ufit  uufortufintely'. oiiY'of   the-  reach  ofc the   average���,.womanv' ipne  inade, of dried  flowers and spices' tiirif"  may-be,, boug'iit  atiany  chemist's. Is,  worth,more than the time It takes in  combining and* Is dejlclous^elthert for'  body or"house linen.' '-'    "-.",  ' ,,'" |    "'('"f  -.."Xo make It take eight ounces each ot,  dried lavender .flowers and "rose leaves.  four'rounces'of ,ground orris 'root, one'  ounce"each of,ground cloves, cinnamon  ,n>��d allspice and eight ouiicea of table,',  sait."   'I'hei.inixture.-sbould"stand for-a~'  month In a tightly .sealed glass Jar be-;  fore  using.     You. will  notice that'the'  Ingredients are ground1, not1 powdered.  '^Sandalwood Is 'another old fashioned  scent -used ipilte alone, but'it inky  be^r  combined  with  rose geranium ^to vary,  the odor.   .'     i, ,      ,     ^ ' 'at?,,  ~> '  'To perfu'iiie'body linen more delicate  scents may be'employed: though cit' Is  ^oubtful if, the ,two Just given'can be  'Improved t,bpon. ,'Alinostj every .one  knows-that clear,orris root imparts a-  scent of violets and that It lis not as ex-1  ,'r>ebslvei'as,,ilti,'\vns formerly. "Either  ��� the lt whole' ,root or the. powdered may  '*-���   used/ and -'once   the1 perfume' has  TREE FROM A HANDSPIKE.  Memorial of a Woodsman's Enlistment  "' For- the Mexican   War.  "There is a river, birch,tree on the  banks of tbe"lViid Fork branch of the  Little Coal river in'Boone^county,' Vf,  Va.," sa!d���/M,;c. -Eldj^di-A^iMa^tson.-:  W. Vu., ?*-and.,:It would go hard >with"  any mau^vv.bo.put hit ax to-It    'iTiat  tree has a' story. '        ?. ��� .,  "Wbeu^the   Mexican 'war  began   In  1840 a recruiting officer (visited aUuui-  ber camp hi  the vicinity of Madison.  seeking  enlistments   from   the   sturdy  woodsmen* 'who' were  at   work   there.  Among theiu   was a giant lumberman  named Jim Martin  "WHAT FOOLS WE"  :, MORTALS BE!"  The History of a  Fooi Can  Never Be  Written, Because it Never Could  Record ihe -Truth, and History 'Knows' Nought but  '   '       Truth.  The' immortal-poet who aoked, this  important and    meaningful    qupstion  was one of the.* keenest dissectors of  human nature.   One of the most, striking - illustrations ' of  this   truth   came  to light_a few days ago, when a man  lying on his dying bed with consumption   was   recommended   by   his   own  "He   was 'using'a   handspike' made*  f^Uf -.fi"^- i" ** P����fnee of  �����.  . ���i       . ,   i ���-     ,. ..- ns, to take isycmne, as it had cured  ?" "mV" ,JI<'" �������"_nK �����ntly cut both of, them, an heriditarj? predisposition to ^ng .weakness being some  what strongly marked in the family  from  and still green.- Eager to go to the  front, he thrust his handspike deep  Into the soft soil or the river bank  and went a way with tbe recruiting officer.   '      'i     ,>,' It     .    t .     _  "The , handspike1! Jim Martin used  was too big and heavy for any/o'f bin'  fellows to handle, and it was left sticking where he" had Jabbed It Into1,the  ground. The next-spring,It was noticed ,that it was putting forth greeu  shoots^ showing-that It had, rooted lnJ  the grouud,   ���'-    "   ��� ' '��� "'       .   '  <  "It was left undisturbed, and It grew  to be,a great tree.' and It stands today  on  the spot "where, "t!ie��� patriotic Jlui  The- answer was, "Yes, if. the doctor  ..recommends it." But, as was to be  expected,' the doctor said, "Oh;' I can  give just as good' medicine as Psy-  ehine." Result: The doctor's patient^  who got "just .as good medicine as  JPsychine," 'is'in his cold, cold grave  'today, while- his 'brother and sister,  both ofr"whom,,were pronounced as  nopeless. consumptives, by the best  physicians, through taking Psychine  are, as healthy specimens of humanity  as can .be'tfourid. The'1 brother who had  been cured, said to the writer, beside  the,grave' of; his brother, "What fool^'  PUT RING IN HIS MOUTH.  Clergyman    Reads   Burial   Service   at  Marriage Ceremony.  Some painfuj stories were told at a  Consistory - Court of the Diocese of  Bath and Wells, held at Taunton, England,1 to investigate charges of  drunkenness against Rev. James Henry Taylor, vicar of Isle Abbot*, near  Taunton. Among them was an allegation that the vicar recently appeared io conduct a 'marriage service while  in a state of intoxication, and on that  occasion mixed up the burial and baptismal services with the -wedding service.     <,  Chancellor  Mr.  'Cbadwyck   Healey  LOVERS OF GOOD TEA  -USE���  BECAUSE OF ITS DELICIOUS FLAVOR.  w^sjgf "^^EnB [VPACKETS ONLY "^y.^ ft ATALLGROCERS  whom   was   Right  Hon.   Hemy   Hob-  housie.'  . ���  The charge's, which. were brought  under-the Clergy, Discipline Act,-alleged that the deferidant was drunk  on Easter'-Day, 1906, and also on'Aug.  16, 19 and 20 last.   'There was a'fur-  j A   Jolt   to,  Romance  | "Perseverance will nearly always  .win' a woman," nnuinured the poet!"  ��� "Right you aie," responded a brisk  , citizen.  , "Five   out   of   six,  woniPn J  Martin  thrustMt- into~"tbe earth 'as a   '*'e mort?,ls *?��'���'4{"ef.err1in.e to'this br0"  A i ' * (liar o     frtillAU'inff    tha     o/iTM/i/i     r-��F    f.��     -.it-*  battered handspike." Jim Martin was  killed in battle, and his bones lie soine-  -wbere o.u 'Mexican ground;^but hechas  his' monument iu this still sound and  Vigorous tree, '.which'is.a revered landmark In ull.that country." -. ���  j*       . '    i *'/.,.  '*'.-,  A   SIBERIAN!' MAMMOTH.;'  ther's  following thei advice of an unwise medical  adviser.      ,   ' .  "I herewith-send my photo ahd.tes-  ihionial for Psycliine. '1 wa3 given up  It*'Discovery; In'^tho* Rivier, Lena, and  <������-'   .,v /   i 'How It Wa�� Lost.   .   '// ���"!���"    ',  be  inade Its-'-WuV,Into,the woods of,-cblf-  J��llTe��cure   now i Known    to   me   meu.t��i- > ,, ."   s.        -.,��-    ...   ,. tv-"*;.  aterofty.    ' Catarrh ��������� befni: ���*a    conatitu      foniers and dressing tables everything  onadgjjfediKeasc. ��� requires - rconsiltutlpn .  tept;'there  will; be 'sweetr, Girls  who  en,WnUrpally,- aotlnc   directly   upon, the  ' I11*-e extremely;dainty^'scents, wti^Cnd1  tit.wvA��a:f>H'.rr..i/.mit-anrfsLruMi nf.ihn sv��iem���'   that a,,liit of the root bo'lled with bahd-  kercbiefs hand  stocks  after the' lotteV  are'.wnshVfd wflV make themVexquIsite.  bloodfand;mucous Burfaces of-tbo system,  therebyifdestroyintt ;ihe foundation''of the.  diseaeeSe i glvtug .the patient, atrencth  byfebnildlnsr-, up1 tho constitution and'as-'  efaUnar^nature In doing- Jt8-.;work.'��� Tho,  Xjroprletorw, have so ma b fn-fthtin its'our  atlye^powera that' they ofT,er' One Hun  'dredgpollars'for any enso that H>failB7u  Ireilpollarsfor any enso that it>fails-to  .nrwSSgSend-"for list'of testlinontalB.-*.-  fAddreoa F.1--J. CHENEY &,COs Toledo,*-Cv  Isdldiby alUDruBsriata. 75o."!l-'.r'jiV',ili5..  *  jfllaU'si Family -Pills -. for.-,Jconstlpa.;.  WADE  ONE' BLUNDER."'  Square II (an,.Offor of Generous  Restitution  Wa'a  Made.  *   *  one  of  the   north westej^r states'  like  nothing  better'.than  to tell,  ��  few, years ago  there came to  isection  of  the   Onion,a   Boston  paper man  whose mission it was,  rite  up" lynching  in  that ouar-  ilhbugh   It  appeared   that  there  not .-been an , Illegal   execution  In "  tatc for a long, time.    The natives"  the questions of tbe eastern scribe-  od  part and-evenv "jollied"  him "  believing that for downrlghVlaw-  ^Jiess   the   community * wherein' he"-  for the  moment sojourning  was -  hbout; the most conspicuous portion of  ?. .-.aw jr_*  .... . - "^ .  HOUSEHOLD   NOTES.  If  ckf,  er make a mistake In  .!^tfi���||plyueuingsV" guilelessly asked the  fe&BosTOnlan���"that is, don't you ever  SyMlftlic wrong man?' c  i'^^^Sat happened   once,"  put In some  RteO&ejlk"bur  we  tried  to do the square  ttun'i  dren's couifhi|  1 druggisu--  arm  hav(  by tlie widow  eedl"  we appointed a  committee to,  the  widow that the joke was  and we gave ber the choice of"  owd  for her second husband."���  cott's Magazine. -'   .  boy.  .        essHff*     His  Favorite  Parable. ���,>  j^PlillllFJuntry   clcffi'mau   on   his   round  P^or^Klts interviewed a youngster as to  |;Hhla���otiualutauce with  Bible stories.  I^j!ffSpig& lad,"   lie   said,   "you   have,   of  m t^j"--*   **��� i*SW&, _ ���*     **,  p. BteVcoh��3je7heuril of the parables?"  llv/^"'S*'es/slr," shyly  answered tbe  flrQ    IK" "��vhCi8efmother had Inducted him In sit-  L4L.C3.  |^,\I^red|hIstory; "yes. sir." '  wpr.   H^'I^GJ?^1" SIlkl lnc clergyman.    "Now,  'vu     B?*-(.*wKi^0f tiicin do you like the best of  jft^'I^TbjB^boy squirmed, but at last, 'aced-  ^.^JrigMls inotber's frowns, he replied:  1^,.^'li^uess I like that one where some-  S=lii.*S^3iMoafs   a��d    fishes." ��� Woman's  ^ftHomj^Coinpaulou.  ir */' "���  ^l&TPpwf' which, are^regularly^scalded  van(l?.c!ippedi-wtll lust'im'ucli "longer^and  do'cleaner work."*They sho'uld'be kept"  in" a bag when not in use. -.'.'���'      ','  To kec\> your favorite cookbook open  at the'right page" use a "band of elastic  an inch wide. -.When..nqt>In use you  may strap rit around ,the closed book.%  \A_ quicksand simple way to mend tinware Is to paste a thief piece of*brown  paper over the bole'with'a flour paste.  Hot water poured upon this will harden it. When burned otTJt can easily be  replaced.'  J.To  savel.the^grent toe  of, the  foot  wearing tbr.ough  the hose-too_auiekly  cut a piece of chamois and shape'it" to,"  * lit over the toe'by sewing two pieces >  together   in   a' manner   similar' to . a  cbild's moccasin.-  ..   u -  -  A window shade which has become  '.cracked 'or soiled'at the-lower end  should be removed from the roller and  .turned upside down.' Tack the.lower  end to the roller, run a hem In the  upperend and replace the stick. * '   '  General   careful' treatment   of   the  hair will soon 'restore Its' life and lus-'  ter.    Wberi the hair becomes dry and  dead, looking  It   Is   usually "suffering  from   too, frequent shampooing 'or* an  improper manner of reno'vatlng.  Brush"  Ing  for ten  or" fifteen   minutes every  night will act as a splendid stimulant'  A homemade variation of the popular  tea   ball   is   a   small   cheesecloth "bag"  about an Inch and a half square.  When ;  the tea is put In, the open end Is sewed  or gathered with a drawstring and the  bag placed in the cup.   Boiling water is  poured iu and the hag removed when  the   tea   is   of  the  required  strength.  Bach bag Is emptied and dried before  .being again used.  ���  j" In   18-Hia young   Russian* engineer,  ���Benkeiidorf,' saw, the, river 'Lena in Siberia release a dead maoimotb frozen'  ageif ago ln.'.the bog. ' There had been  exceptionally"^'warm' "weather   in c the  north .of sstnerca^ana the-river,'"swoIl-  en,by .melting snow-and ice and  tor-  rentiai,- warm., rains, *swept, out of Its  old channel and carved a new one,' carrying to- the se'a^vast quantities "of Its  former^ banks' and   furrowing', up,, the  thawing, bogs over which it raced.   'As.  he4', made  his  way"! In  a j, steam  cutter  agaiiist  the ^current","'Renkendorf "Baw  thejiead of*a inainniojrh appear above  the'flood. J, Hush  upon ��� rush  of  water  m'breUuidimore released the b'ody._   Its'  hind legs were still'imbedded-when he  (Saw it, but twenty-four hQUraJiberated..  these.    The' mammoth" bad^sunk  feet'  first lnt6la''bog!. The ooze had',frozen  over "it. v Successive  tides  had heaped  .soil and vegetatlou'iipon It"    Bone, and  ,llesh and_halr were perfect. ��� They se-  ���"cured-lfj.Tbey'ciit'brT Its tusks.">They-  ���dlssected ,ft, aud.'fouud  Iu  its stomach  the (lust * meal'. It   had ; euten, "'you'ug  shobts>'.of the'tir 'mid  piue^and masticatedx fir-cones. ^ They, were ."still ,at  their work'^wbeu "the-, river, "spreading'  '.fa"rther>engulfed' tliemJ-] -The men escaped,,, hut' the" waters, surged over ..the.  "mammotb.and.carried ,lt for"carri'on"'to  the sea.   '"' "    ;: ",' '   ���. ^ ' 'i * '"'��� ^   ' ['  tim  IC years^ago.as an incurable consumptive,  by.. Prof.  Lyman!  Rush Medical  College/; Chicago., "I  suffered  Several  years after this until I heard of Psy-  chine^"and'through.it I was restored  to" perfect'', health,  which   I "have enjoyed   for the ''past v ten'    years.,   My  sickness 'began, first  with   catarrh   of  the   head.     T"|readily-advise   catarrh(  and  la  grippe'sufferers' to,stake   Psy-'  chine. '    "'       '   /-,        -"   ;*,;"       -   ,,  *    '      ��� ''"MRS.-A. WELLS,   . 'v  '     6     ,  -       ^"Lyndall,.,Man."  " ! Psyehin'a" (pronounced;'-.si-keen)   is,  the   most .wonderful   cure 'knownu to  medical science. for. coughs, .colds, la  grippe, *' eatarrh'^'pneumonia,'- pleurisy  night sweats, ."chills,, wasting>diseases,  consumption   and' .'-stomach   troubles:  At all druggists, 50e and $1.00, or Dr.  T.  A.  Slocum,  Limited,  179^King ,St.  west,   rr'���'���"*"' ''���    ��     .''���*'  prosecutioi'r'was "un"derfak^n.���at  Ui'e ) away .--Washington .Star.  reque��t of the'bishop, by Rev. James i     ',   ,p' ,,      ,, " n i -i-.' .   i'   ��  Street? rural  dean  oMlrainiter.  who j    X.   r.0,��,c.  1-or the  pebihtated.-Par-  was represented  bv ifr.  Vachell,  the    ">elc-e s   Vegetable   Pill,     by     acting  defence being conducted by Mr.*Wea- {.^.'L^ ,U^r0^?ilI"V.��J,'1...t,h,e' ^.e?e  therley  Toronto.'  J<* -  - t He,, subjects", himself to/be seen as  through a microscope who is "caught.  in a' fit of .passion.���Lavator.   ' ��� \  In detailing the liistory of the case,  counsel.for the prosecution stated that  the defendant, was'for some years in  South   Africa,' and   on   his  return   to  England   was   for   a   time  deputation  secretary' for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel.  ,    After he had gone to Isle'Abbots he  became  bankrupt through "-building  a  vicarage,   and   thereafter,   .arcording  . to   counsel,    gave    way    to"- drinking  bouts, during, which he mixed up services, and  these  were very irregularly -held.   This 'caused a 'great scandal  in the parish and emptied'thecchurch  and Sunday School;-said Mr."Vachpll,r  who went "on   to  tell   the   remarkable  story of a marriage" service at the defendant's church in'August last.r-,. ���    ^  The vicar,'said /counsel,"commenced  the'service   bt-fore'the bride  had  arrived,   Jspoke     almost     inarticulariy,'  smelled strongl/ of spirits, being ob-,  viously  in i, an   advanced   state, of-intoxication.   9      , " ,   ���''.  'When- the'.'service recommenced ,1ip  read  the .burial  tion.^ of the body are a valuable tonic,  | stimulating the lagging organs to  [healthful acti6n and restoring , them  to full vigor; They can be taken in  giaduated doseS and so'i u.=ed that  they can be discontinued at any time  without return,1 of the.ailments which  they were  used to allav.    ���  . ' Inevitable  "So Xel-on is dead. What killed  him?"  "You k'nOw he had one foot in the  grave?" ,,  "Yes,."  "Well, someone .pulled his leg."���  Hai'per'.s  Weekly.  Clean up the little" tasks' 61 today  and you will ' be ready for the big  tasks 'of to-morrow.��� Philadelphia  Record.      ' '  Vi .'  ',, j      .  - <t   '     '  ,   Minard's .Linimer.t Cures Distemper  (  ;     ,       \ '_  Flashy Youth���1" wish I knew���what'  that pretty typewriter girl���was buying  who just,iwent"out.. I su'-.pect it was  ���something;' for me:, ," ' ,  ���* Department Store.Salesgirl (sizing  him up)-rrl think .jt's quite' likely'.  She bqught a ,*<teel hatpirii���Chicago  Tribune.'  "Mother Graves', Worm. Extermina-  tOi has no equal for,destroying 'worms  in children and adults. See that you  get ilie genuine when 'purchasing.  BOY LOVER'S SUICIDE:  '. <[  ' 1  >'[  I  ll  what appeared  to  be  a  part'of    c  urial service, *��ayingr i'l commit je _      ^ ^  ^  thesi'" persons'to tbe.ground,-'earth lo I ranted  thVmoBt wondcrrul" Blomish Ourr  .,rih'��   i      ,   ^   ,   , ... , ever-known.   " ������ ���  ENQLI8H SPAVIN LINIMtNT removes  all hard, soft or- calloused lumps'- and  blemishes from horses,' blood spavin,  curbs,"splints, ringbone, sweoney, stifles  pralna, sore and swollen throat, couahs,  etc.   Save J50 by use of 'one  bottle.   ,War-  ��� The more friends you own the more  you .have to. let them get out of you'  to' keep 'them.���New  York, Press..  "DIDCtSfTwANTED TO* /^PUTA-TE  "-' The'Chrysanthemum  ,    Both, In   Cliiua. apd. Japaur  Is. the  chrysanthemum   u   great  favorite.'    It'  is    said    that'-'  Cbiu'ese   gardeners  .to(  V-hom  the plant, was first known  will  allow  nothing to deter* them   from, its  tcufture.'   They .will eveii give up'their,  situations   If .< rorhlddem by'their   em-,  plovers to grow It., "Chinese emigrants,  too, tiibe this "flower, of their hearts"  .with them to other lands and cultivate  '\t affectionately^ iu their exile as a reminder of their native country.   There  Is ii Chinese "Everything comes to him  who knows *how to wait"  which has  been Anglicized as follows:  -=^^i-  In    the    second,   month    the    peach' tree1"'  the    second,  ' blooms.  ."But   not   till   the  mums.   '  So   each   must  .    comes.''  ninth "the" chryannthe-  Woman's Toe^ Saved by Zam-Buk .  But for the,, timely arrival of a box  of   Zain-Buk.   Mri. ,E. 1>F.   Fo'nger,   34  Myrtle   S't..,St.  Thomas," Ont.,   would  have, lost  her   toe. - She'says:   l"For  about' 'nine months T  suffered cruelly  from the effects ,of having  a corn removed from" my little toe, for with, its  removal" a,;hole (remained and" my toe  was'in a terrible state. '"For months I  'was unable" to wear, a shoe.a'n'd as'the  toe showed- no -signs  of liealing���rand  was in "such'a shocking condition the  Doctor ^thought it necessary to, amputate, it'.'About this" time I receivedna  saniple'.box of Zam-Buk and .began'using "it1' oh -my^toeJ Theifirst-application  gave me, the-greatest-.ease'from ,pain  and encouraged-me'to give - Zam-Buk I  a^ thorough'atrial..* Two  months'after '  commencing with"Zam-BiTk there was  no  sign   of  a  hole  for  the   flesh   had  grown in very finnh- and all soreness  and   pains   were    entirely     banished.  ZamrBuk  brought about  this  healing  when all other remedies failed."  Zam-Buk, heals cuts, bruises, old  wounds, running sores, eczema, ulcers, boils, eruptions, scalp sores, itch,  piles, chapped hands^ burns, scalds,  and all skin diseases. 50c: box, all  druggists' and stores, or Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto.    3 bo.-ces 51.25.  earth > ,,,  -���The, bridegroom, broke in and said  "Thai'o not right, what are you  doing?" - ' ��� '   ,  The vicar thereupon ,held up his  finger, and said : "Hush 1 Keepnuiet."  He'afterwards resumed and went-into  the baptismal service, and was heard  to say: "I' baptize .these people with  water."    .  , '"'  Subsequently, said, counsel, he put  the bride's rin�� into his mouth,,and  repeatedly ���kissed the hands-.. ,oE,l( the  contracting parties.      ,,   , "   "\'_  ���Another"clergyman came and finished the service. ,--     " '���        '-.    '  William Shepherd, sole churchwar-  'den.-'of, Isle Abbow. gave> evidence as  to the 'vicar'-, alleged drunken' condition'at the services, and said he had  led" him, out of 'church drunks;.  ' i In cross-examination ' .witness said  tbe'.deJendant had told him he suffered 'from."malaria." gravel,1^ neuralgia,-  and'weakness of,the ankle's. Witness  denied'.that the, yi'iar. Had said that;  when , so 'suffering ' he .did' not' know  what'lie'-was doing or-sayinp. ,  "  Mr.     Weath��rley',' c the ���   defending  counsel.'.,,said   that,   after. c'ons'ulation |  with his client, he would plead guilty j rae?,  to'the original  charges/'  ,  ' - In   mitieation   of   the   sentence   he  contended" that   Mr    Taylor   was . not  a( habitual   drunkard, "but   had   only  taken   drink   because   of   the .terrible  pains, which   he  suffered,  and   which  overcame, him.  The defendant had always put forward   to   his   churchwarden-, the   excuse of ill-health. * "' .  The Bishop of Bath and Wells will  pass sentence in due course.  TOO   MUCH   FOR   HIM.  He Thought the Countryman, Had Been  *    <;   -Bilked  by  a'^Bunko  Steerer. ���  "I 'dunno," said the old man-arter  crossing the street to' approach a patrolman who was,standing on the curb  aud swinging his club io an'idle way���  {,'1 dunno"but I've been gum' gamed.'.'  '."Shouldn't wonder a bit';" replied, the  officer,,as he looked'Dim overhand  smiled. , "How was it7" ' '  , "I met a feller up at the postoffice."  ��� ".Yes,  of course.'    Your sort are always meeting fellers." '   -^  "He wanted to lend a feller' $10���a  feller whose mother had just died."''    '  ."But he didn't have it'7"      '_   "  . "Nope:'   Hadn't ii cent.'.',     ,r    ,     ','  "And he wanted (*fo borrow It ofu  you?"*        ���  ,l i -i       ' !   ' , *'^  "Yep. 'Said ,ir I'd leud it to him"lie'd  meet me right here in an hour,and pd.v (  It back:.    The hour is up.   but  be Isn't,  here.    Do you   think  he's gum gamed  Found   Shot   After   Writing , Pathetic  Letter to  Sweetheart.  A  romantic story  hangs  round  the.  .determined suicide of George Russani.  a   Birmingham, , Eng.,    youth   of   17,   ,  <who shot  himself   and   then   jumped   .  into  a  place   known,'as   the  "Devil's  Pit." '���'!.'. ' ,    '  , '  ',   Inside his watch were found three   ,  photographs'.   On the back of one was'  written: "I love you;,don't be a flirt  'like your sister."      ,   - .!',     > ;     '* ,  1 Since Easter, according to his fath-   ,  er. the lad had b'een .flirting fwith the -  daughter of a next-door-neighbor,'but, r'  Mr.   Russam   disapproved   of   the   at- -"  tachment, and a'few days before,the  tragedy he had given,bis son a thrashing. ' ' V    * <,   "''  .'.Next day-the  lad  decided to leave  homo, and'actually took,lodgings, but  he changed his mind and made peace  with   his  father1   -  Getting up at the usual time, he left  home  with   the  intention  of  going to  Ins employment, but instead he visit-   ,-  ed'his'sweetheart! who was ill in'bed.  -  "After .remaining ,a   few   minutes' he  left the girl, and was^ not seen again    ,,  by  any of his friends'!, ��� ,rJ     ', ,,  '��� By the last post the same night tha  ! girl" received ''a long letter, oomroeno- '  ',Jjirig, '"My  dearest  Nellie;", and' conT f'  tinuing: ' ���< ' ,.,.-���.  "I write you this,letter, which will-  be. the last which you or anyone else  will receive from me. , I cannot stand ,  this anv longer,, and' if my father and  "mother"'say that( you are to blame it  is a lie."    ' ���    (      "        ,        *'        ,  , He hinted that he-was about to take ,  his life, and a'dded:       \ '  , <>",Perhaps  it  is  for the  best, that  I   >  am  gope,  as> I  dare  say .my parents  will 'bp-  content* to *know . that   I .am    V  not with you." ' , ,' - r  A seven-chambered revolvwr,'-was ;*���  found beside --Russam's body. Five (  cartridges had 'misfired, but ^wo ,of *  the shots had taken effect.        '-   ,    ^ . ,1  -il  -VI  (I  ' il  She���Men and women can't be judged   by .the  same  standards.     For instance, a'man is known by the com-  walt   till, his   own *turn j pany he  keeps.   . . * l>  ; [ , '      ���   (    He���And a woman by the servants  she can't keep.���Judge.  than  :t cold  r how  pur Hair  pntrary?  inclined to run awiyP  punish it with a cruel  and comb! Feed if, nour-  save it with Ayer's Hair-  new improved formula,  ijyour hair will i;emain at  Jjon your head, where it  j|s.  An elegasit.dressine.  |thc scalp heaJthy.v  'not change the color of ihe hair.  yers  rormulA with. ����*h bottle  9  ���h��w it to yarar  doctor  a>V turn about it,  than do ���� h* oajs  Feeding Z'oo Animals. , *'  Not only is tiiiuh care exercised In  the choice of horseflesh, but when a  carcass Is cut up it is divided In such  a way as. to Insure that In each piece  given to the animals there Is a bone.  Otherwise the lions, tigers and other  \>lg carnivorii would swallow the piece  whole, which would be bad'even for  their iron digestions. The presence of  the bone compels them to take bites nt  the flesh, which they pick from the  bono with their claws and teeth, licking the bone afterward with their  sandpnpery tongues imtil^the surface  sliinos. For tin* smaller "carnivora.  such, ns polecats nnd"-woasols.; and for  the. fiiptprl.il' birds, horseflesh is somewhat too conrsp imd pungent, so they  are fed for the tnost part on tbe hi'nd.;  and necks of ciiicUoiis.'.. These pivrt-V  are selected also been list* of the bui.i-  La them.���London Granh'"  ,    - Fighting Geese.        ,'-������<  ,' In Russia' pits for cock fighting an*  unknown, but "goose pits" some'sixty  years ago were common throughout  that mighty, kingdom., The effect of  this can be seen today In the geese  which are indigenous, to the country,  the Area mas and the Tula varieties  particularly showing to a marked^degree- the fighting characters of tbeir  nncestors. - The Arsamas" gander has  a bill which vls entirely, different In  form from that of the geese known In  any other part of the world. ���Tbis special structure enables the bird to take  a firm grip on tbe neck or back of its  antagonist. <*'  The Dear Friends.  Clara (exhibiting photograph)���How  do you like It?  ilattic���It's perfectly lovely!  "You think it a good likeness?"  "Oh, no; it doesn't look a particle  like you, you kuow. But 1 wouldn't  iniud that, Clara. You arc not likely  to have such wonderful luck again if  you sat u thousand times!"���London  Telegraph  A  Remedy.  "Yes." said Quigglcs. "I have a good  deal on my hands just now."  "So 1 perceive," replied Fogg. "Why  don't you try a little soup aud water?"  ���London Answers.  TAKE  NOTICE.  We publish simple, straight testimonials,, not press agents' interviews,  from' well-known  people.  From' all over America thev testifv  to   the   merits   of  MINARD'S   LINIMENT, the best of Household Remedies.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., Limited.  MURDER WILL OUT.  . JP'y believe this, or we would  ���p.   Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now  s our ncw '"-proved formula,  �� preparation for the hair and  *?ps falling hair.   Cures dan-  omotcs the growth of hair.  the jr. o. a-ror Oo., Z*wau, Mm..���  A  Photograph of  Mars. ' :;  Of the photographs taken of the canals on the '-planet. Mars a. writer says:  '"Professor-Lowell was good enough'to  send me three of bis wonderful direct  photographs of Mars taken last July-,  which are only four millimeters (nearly ono-slxtli of an  inch)  in diameter,  and most wonderful photos they are.  Xbey   show, the  snow   caps  and. the  darker and lighter shading, but  wit Ii  norma!   sight  I  can  see a  number'of  most beautiful lines���the canals���and.  with tbe aid of a very low power hand  glass  not strong enough   to show   the  fiber of the paper.  I can count tbirry-  ��!x  of  those   perfectly straight   lines,  one o." tbi'in double."! j  Too  Well  Prepared.  K nicker��� I'reparedueKs    Is    the    best  preventive of war     Bocker���Nonsense!  When   a   girl , eugy.ires   herself   to   ten  men  it doesn't  ward. off. matriuibuy., .  .One Too   Many.  A street car In charge of a newly appointed Irish conductor had just left  the car barn for the downtown run  Before It had proceeded many blocks It  was boarded by an Inspector.' This  official, after a glance at the register  and the occupants of tbe car. asked in  surprise: "Why, O'Flaherty. how's  this? You have seven passengers, and  the register shows but six fares rung  op!"  "Begorra, is that so?" puzzled the  green conductor. Then instantly a  happy solution of the difficulty struck  htm. "Git out o' here, wan o' ycz!" he  shouted. "There's wan too many o'  ycz on this car!**���Harper's We*kly.  A Boys Composition on Hens.  Here Is a boy's strong ess;*^" on hens:  .Hens Is curious animals. They don't  have no nose, nor no teeth, uw iw  ears. They swallow their vlti^i*  whole and chew, it ail up In tlieir  crops inside of 'em. The outside of  hens is generally put into pillers mid  feather (lusters. The inside-of a Ihmi  is sometimes'tilled with pebbles, shirt  buttons,and slch. A hen is n good rii>;il  smaller than some animals, but tht^'ll  dig up more tomato plants than anv-  thing, that'isn't a hen. liens is'.wry  useful to Inyieggs for plum pudding I  like plum pudding. lions has *.'ot  wines and oantly when they are scurt.  'I cut my Uncle William's hen's nei-k  off with a hatchet, and it scart her' to  death Hens sometimes make very  tine sDi'linr chk-kena, ���'  The  Great Trouble.  "Of course," said the persistent charity worker to . the great man, "It's  sometimes hard to say 'No.' Don't you  find It so??  '���;  "It Isn't' hard to say 'No,'- he re  piled, "but frequently It seems very  hard .to"say'It In "such a way' aa tc  make people reallae that you mean it."  -Catholic Standard and Titnea.  Atrocious  Crime   Discovered  Through  Clairvoyant's  .Agency.   <���  In connection with the murdet of  little Edith Pinnock, the 10-year-oid  -daughter ot a tollkeeper at Grahams-  Utwn. Cs>pe Polony, a remarkable t/ile  ia told of't'iio. method by which the  crime ' was   discovered  The girl wa? 'sent to WrchasK groceries, but never returned. After  some days the father suggested u>,m  detective' engaged , on the case that  they, should enlist'the aid of-George  Staples, a clairvoyant. This was  done. Staples was thrown into a hypnotic trance, by a Mr. Jabez Smith,  and then questioned. He said that  the girl wo? murdered, and that her  bodv lav under the floor of a house.  "Can "vou,see  the  house?"  he  was  asked. -':1 can," he replied, and proceeded' to describe the murder,, which  l was preceded  by assault,   in detail.  Aroused from "his trance, he'led tne  wav across the ^ Grahamstown golf  links, and indicated the club-house  as the one he had seen in his vision.  The place was tearched, and sure  enough buried in the cellar, the girl's  bo'ly  was found  The caretaker named Kerr, was  arrested. He' said, "It's funny," and  and on boinc taken to tho corpse'and  chargrd with the murder he exclaimed, "Gentlemen, as true as God--you  can cut nie in pieces if you like���I  ���id not put il there; I am an inuo-  ���ent  man "  Not   Needed.  In this, country in our ov/n day  ���nnny words have been co>"ned descriptive of every form of speed, oi  hearing at a distance, of seeing at a  distance, of rating at a distance, of  propelling oncs=lf in various ways, of  killing by electricity, of curing by  electricity, and all the rest, but not  one woid has b^en coined for any  new   form   of   keeping   still. '  Language a Growth."  The opinion, which was once quite  prevalent, that originally all mankind  had one and the same speech is no  longer held by competent authorities. Language is a growth, and the  various tongues have reached their  present status'through countl-sss ages  of development.  "Do 1 think?   Why. or-course he has  Say, old man. how did your wife happen to'let you come to towu?  the green things 1 ever saw"��� ,  "But the feller looked honest."  "Honest!   Ha, ha." ha!"  "And he talked like a truthful man "  "Truthful!     Well,   if you   ain't   hayseed   right   from   the   barn   floor!     Do  you expect to ever see  the  fellow or  your   $10   again?     Done  _up?     Conti-  denced?    Gum  gamed? " Say. you  are  about the easiest mark in  four states  What you want to do is to"��� r  ,At that moment a young man came  hurrying up with a greenback in his,  band and handed it to the old man ana  said: ' ' '  "You must excuse me, but I was hit  by a"street car and unavoidably de  tamed. l Here's .your mouey, and a  thousand thanks for your confidence Iu  ine." *       t  The old man shoved.the bill Into a  "e"**%f pocket and looted at the officer  Tho"^f5ct,r returni'd bis gaze for a moment a mi "t..���n fen dead.   The coroner  said   tim)   liK   r-  irt    was   broken   by  some suud��'ti jnr.-fun..TO' \ews.  , ; ne   Love ^t   ,s..m. e."  A. .>��,->uiese  fj-ieiid   of -siine Uvea  Paris for.r  yea��-.     Waking on a  win- >  tor's morning, ho found that snow Ji.ui '  fallen   In   the   nisiht.     A3  a   matter of  ���ourse he took his way to the Bois de  Boulogne to admire' the beauty of the  snow upon  the  trees.     What  was  his  astonishment  when  with' his  companion,   a   compatriot,   be   arrived   !n   the  Bois   to   find   It  entirely   solitary   aim  deserted.   The two .Japanese paid theii  vows to beauty  iu  tbe whiteuass and  tbe stillness of the morning and at la*.t  beheld   ia  the  distance  two other  fin  ures   approaching.     They   were-com  forted.     "We   are   not   quite   alone."  they said  to themselves.    There were I  at lwist two other "just men" in thai  eits   of  the  indifferent and   the   blind  The  figures  drew   nearer.     They  also  were Japanese.���London Saturday  Ke-  "lew.  >,*,1      British ^Channel,'Ferry. ^ ���-_  ,The hopelessness 'of the British pub- ^  lie  ever .becoming reconciled   to  Uits  idea  of  a  tunnel   under  the Channel , f  moves  Mr.   Lloyd-George,   the   PresU  dent of the  Board of Trade to advo- -*'.  nf  i cate a Channel car ferry between Doy-  ,'  er  and   Calais.    The  wonder  is,  con- '  ' '���[ 'sidering tbe need for it, that the pro;    ,  "  ject has been so-long delayed.  I      It is onlv about twenty miles from  '  !   Dover to Calais.    While  the Channel"''  bears a bad reputation because of its  choppy  currents,  it 'ofie'rs  np  serious  obstacles   to   the   operation   of   train.  ferrv-boats.     Across   Lake .Michigan  there is a, 63-mile-railroad ferry from    ���  Frankfort, Mich.! to Kewaunee, Wis.,  where  each   boat   carries   24   cars  on  tour   parallel  tracks. " The   boats  are   ���  designed  to break  their way through  ice.    Railroad trains are regularly ferried  across theStraits of Mackinaw  in  spite of tremendous ice'gorges. There  is another car ferry across Lake Erie.  The Russian Government maintained  a car ferry,23 miles in length'.rcxops  Lake   Baikal   on,   the   Trans-Siberian  Railroad,   and   has  only   lately", built  "  tracks around the lake. ���    ,.,>  There is np reason known to practical    railroading    why    tlie    traveler  leaving  .England     for  the   Continent   *  should  be  forced  to  change cars  be-   ..',  tween London and the Mediterranean *'  But it is not merely as a convenience  lo   travelers   that a   ferry   across   the  British Channel is urged.    The econo-,  mics effected in the moving of freight  ������nd   especially   of    perishable    goods:  vo*"-i   be  enormous.    Part  land   and  part   ��.,(or  traffic    with- double   load-  *-ip ana L.-ioadiQg i3 si0w and expensive 1 ..  ,. *.' 1  - ' A  .ill  :���>^0vU.nl::*.d-. claims the di.s-  longer coast line  in  the  world.  A School   For  Nobles.  Evidence,that China is moving along  toward a constitutional, government is  contained  in  the  following item   frotu  a    Shanghai   daily   newspaper:   "Pao  Msi.  vice president of the ministry of  education,   has   recommended    to   the  throne .the establishment of 11 peerage  rehool for the study of political economy   and   civil   laws.    Only   sons   of  princes   and   dukes   and' other   noble.-*  Blmll   be   admitted   into   this   school,  which   Is to  prepare its students  for  membership   iu    the   future   Chinese  bouse of lords."  Fashionable   New  Scents.  "Nerve scent" is the newest form o'  drugging for the smart woman. Hei  "vanity bag" is furnished with a dain  ty. Innocent looking, gold stoppered  scent bottle. It contains essence 01  Parma violets from Paris, which i.-  heavily charged with ether.  When she is tired a few whiffs ol  this scent stimulate her flagging ener  gies-and' keep ber bright and alert ai  a dinner or supper party.  Another favorite "nerve scent" con  sists of eau de cologne mixed with  chloroform and a dash of ammonia  Inhaled, this is a powerful and danger  ous pick me up.  nting for '25 yeArs.  "OSHAWA"  GALVANIZED  STEEL   SHINGLES  This roof *a.\es you work because ita  so easy to put on (do it yourself with a  hammer and snips), and sive you Worry  because they fireproof, windproof mad  weather-proof ���  the   building*   they   cover.  Write  us  about tt and hear alf about  .07     ROOFING RIGHT.     Address  The PEDLAR People SS?  0��llATr& Montreal OtUwa Toronto Lauilou Winnipeg '  wt   -,  '    -V  *iT*W>  [O - if  ' -a-! r; -  t.' 1..  >.'y  "*   ,*';Y  *  1 ;���'  Woman's  Work.  Marriage   is   woman's   work   In   tin-  world,    not   man's.      From    whatever  point It  is  viewed,  physical, or spiritual, as a question of-civic polity or ,-i  question of individual ethics, it is hei  specific  share   of   the   world's   work-  first,  last and  always���allotted  to her  by laws far stronger tban she Is.    Ami  the woman who falls to recognize this  and  acknowledge  It  has  the  germ   ol  divorce  In   her   veins'at  the  outset.���  Anna A.  Iiogers in Atlantic.  A Keen Appetite  and a healthy stomach indicate,  an active Liver, which is enjoyed  by all who use Beecham's Pills.  They insure strong digestion,  sweet breath and sound sleep.  No-other remedy is as good aa  Beechaim's  Pills  Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 25 cento.  r"\   Li  ���i'.ti.     1  ���V,s*r  -   n  W.    N.    U.    No.    670. t, J, .!-jJi(����w��w*-iewfVJJ5 f-MBi  J^SsSS^^J^^V^^W^ A* �����*.*-�����" W*-iW!W*��*-  the  i r tnnr t��� -"utttstt Columbia  flffiOYIE-LEADER.  KKO.H THK ANTII.1LKS.  P iblisbed in the.interestof the peopb  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Pcbushei*.  EiTEH OF 4DBSCRirT10N.  i One Yenr..  ..12.0  ���SATURDAY-.   JAN. 11, 1908.  . >.  S'.  Enough slabs have been  kicked  out around  local  booz*3   bazaars-  last few weeks to build a pood to  boggan,  says  the   Grand    Fork:  News-Gazecte.  lCh*iia*i��r��tl��i*,��   C��u<ih   Kenedy  Mediaiue   for Children.  jliamh��rl��in'��   C.��aSl.   Itera-dV    I<.��*��-eiU��  a City Councilman ��t   liini*r��toii,  ���Tumulc**. -<  Mr. W. O'Railly Fogarty, who  ia a member of the City Council ar  Kingston. Jamaica, West Indies?  vrites as follows: "One bottle of  Ohamberlain's Cough Remedy bad  ^ood eftect on a cough that was  giving me trouble and I think 1  ���should have been more quickly relieved if. I had continued the re-  nedy. That it was beneficial  ind quick in relieving me there  is no doubt and it is my intention  zo obtain another bottle." For  -ale by The Moyie Drug & Sta-  cionery Co.  Wd wi-h that Luther-.Burbgink  who poor old nature fakes,  would stop  just long  enough  to  ' give  TJs a few painless aches.  ,   V     I*'  It  !A-  r ���)?,  o)   '���}-  &   il  Tt is now1 J.'A. Harvey, K,   C,  and his5many,friends  throughout  ' the "|lvdotehays    are   ,Lonly    toi.  , pleased that the initials  *'K   C  . have been added to his name, ��� '  . * .   ���r.~���:   ���-  '    Greenwood   Ledge:,    The   slot  r machine will have t:> leave Spok  ane." Gambling will then be- confined iu that city cto  church raf-  ,- , lies'and mining stocks.  1   ,        V  ���*>   .   ..,* {*"%���Tit'i��* \ ~��t  1 M,*i-^-!-WiL^V***H.V*'*'''- -.J" S  Aj&ftW'"*' '     1        i  f-'.-'-jK. ,>.*-- -;  ,f'^    . ,      -  ��� -   The Cranbrook Prospector 'has  commended 'its fourteenth  year  Editor .Grace was"the trail blazei  of journalism  in  East Kootenay.  and is deserving of a lot of cred-  '��� it for   tneparb Le has ta1 en   in  the development of the country.  i *���  It*'..",  Bufcte Miner:���The acquittal of  Pettibone is not anything unexpected, as the verdict in the Haywoodcase had demonstrated that,  the 'Orchard testimony doesn't  carry 'much <, weight , with Idaho  juries. Nevertheless, the .members' of 'the-Western Federation  of Miners have - cause for Belt-'  �� congratulation in the fact that  the orgxnizition, practically on  trail Iris once more been cleared  of complicity ia the  Sbeunenberg  murder.  . �����-,   The proprietors of tho Comique  theatre   in  Hpokine  will  try   a  novel scheme in their effiorts  to  evade the law,  excluding women  from tha floors of  variety  thea-  r tres on   which liquors   are sold.  Sjf c drinks will be sold at' fancy  pi ices, and it is'believed the men  ' will gladly buy   these   ianocent  .   refreshments providing they have  the cDmpiny of the women  while  drinking them.  The Farmer's Wife  Is very careful about her churn. She  scalds it thoroughly after using, and give*  it a sun-bath to sweeten it. She knows  that if her churn is sour It will taint the  butter that is made In it. The stomach U  a churn. In tho stomach and digestive  and nutritive tracts aro performed processes which are almost exactly like tho  churning of butter. Is it not *��PP��"*n*  then that if this stomach-churn is foul it  makes foul all which ia put Into it?  The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone  the bad tasto in the mouth and the foul  breath caused by it, but tho corruption of  the pure current of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body.  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  makes the'sour and foul stomach sweet.  It does for tho stomich what the "washing  and sun bath do for tho chum���absolutely  removes every tainting or corrupting element. In this way it cures ' blotches,  pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,  sores, or open eating ulcers and all  humors or diseases arising from bad blood.  If you have bitter,1 nasty, foul tasto in  your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,  are weak and easily tired, feel depressed  and despondent, have frequent headaches,;*  dizzy attacks,'gna,wlng or distress in stomach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour  or bitter risings after eating and* poor  appetite, these symptoms, or any consider-  ablenumbcrof thorn, indicate that you are  suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy  liver with tbo usual accompanying indigestion, or dyspepsia and their,attendant  derangements. * -  t^l w*��r iL'T-onH.?ffiq;TO.iTrt-JDf''j'cal scl'  ^fw!pT^nifM?uT<*^r3Jio apove symptoms  In buying a cough medicine for  children, never be afraid to buy  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  There is no danger fnm it, and  relief ia always sure to follow.  It is' intended especially for  coughs colds. cr����up and whooping  uonstfi, and there, is' no better  raediciue in, the world for these  diseases.' It i-3not only a certain  cure for croup, but when given as  soon as the cro'upy cough appears,  will prevent the attack. Whoop-  iDg oough is not daDgerons when  this remedy is given as directed.  It contains no opium-or other  harmful drugs, and may be given  as confidently to a baby aa to an  adult. For sale by The tMoyie  Drug <fc Stationery Co.  i iigrnvqrv.    ,i.u<*b buia io ��uou�� ���*��<..*   ���,  will bo readily proven to your satisfaction  If vou will but mall a postal card request  to "Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a  free copy of his booklet of extracts from  tbe standard medical authorities, giving  the names of all the ingredients entering  into his world-famod medicines and showing what the most eminent medical men  of tbo ago say of them.  (  , FORT STEELE LAND DISTRICT, 'DISTRICT  OK EAST KOOTESAY.     *     ,-  TAKE NOTICE that Porto Rico Lumber Co.  .,td., of Nelson. B. C. occupation-Lumbermen,  luiendj to apply tor a special timber licence  over tbe following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about 2 miles,  westof the mouth of r.lttle I.amb Creek on the  west boundary of Lot, 5,<i>2; thence north SO  '���haina; thence west 80 chains; thence south  30 chiiinE; thence east 80 chains to r>��ia*- of  commencement, eoutaming 010 acres,  more or  less.  V0RT0 RICO LOMBERCO.   LTD.,  By 0. J. Hundley, Agent.  Dated Dec, 9th, 1937."  JFORT   STEELE LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF EAST KOOTESAY,  TAKE NOTICE thiltPorto Rico Lumber Co.  Ltd., of Nelson, B. C. occupation Lumbermen  intends to apply,for a special tember licence  over the following described' lands:  Commencing at u post planted about 1 mile  s'ofth-West of tbe mouth of Rabbit Foot- Creek  on the west line of Lot. 5,402; thence west 160  chains; thence south 10 chains; thence east. 160  chains; thence north Wchaius to point of com-  raencempnt, containing 640'acrca more or lesa.  PORTO RtCO LOMBERCO. LTD.,  hy O. J- Handely, Agent. - , "'  Dated Dec. 10th, 1907. ' '     '"'    .  ' CANCELLATION OF RESKBVK.  Notice is hereby glvSn that'the reserve over  certain lands In South-East Kootenay, notice of  which appeared In the .British Columbia Gax-  ette of llie 14th August, 1890, and boro date of  Anirust 12. 1890 is, hereby cancelled. The  above mentioned Lands will be open for Location under    the   Land   Act   on M&roh  80,  1908. '������    -  '       .      fr    ROBT. A RENWICK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and. Works Department,      , j  Victoria, B.C., December 16th, 1907.   ,  I. O. O. F.  WHrtey Lodare^lo. ���**���  Meets Tuesday eveningaTn >IcGregor  hall on  Victoria'Btreef.  ��� Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially; invi ted:  W.H. Laird      .       .F, J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  '  .CKAXBKOOK-\i.A**D    DIBTBICT.  ���  KOOTENAY   DISTRICT.' _,   "*  ' Take notice that"- Edward Mallamlaine of  Cranbrook in the Province of British Columbia, Timber Ranger, Intends to apply for a  tpjelal timber licence v over the following des-  tubcdlaudb.-, , , �� h  " Commencing at a post planted at the  Southeast corner of Lot 3003, thence cast  80 chains, thence south 40 chains, thence  ���west SO chaliu, thence north 40 chains to  point of commencement and containing  *S-20 acres, more or less,.    1 .  6th December 1907. ' ���  , '   E. MALLANDAINE,  ��.  St. Kot-ena !odr�� ���������� 37��  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  evening in SIcGrefcor  hall at 8 o'clock. Vie-  iting brothers invited.,  A. CK Monkhousr, G.-H Findlay,  Chancellor Com.    "      ..K.B.andS;  Moyie   Miners'   "Union  /( No. 71 W. F. of.M.  Meets in McGregor hall'erery  Saturday evenine.     Sojourning- members  are cordially invited to attend.  JohnTayl6r   -       Thoa.'E. Kelly,  -      .President.    ,    \'. ^BecreUry  Harvey,    McOarter  &  - Macdonald*      ~  Barriaters, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook;�� -, ---B;. 0.  W. F. GXTRD,'���'���',������;.. '\.    ���  BABBI8rK��rSOIJtOITOB, *TC.  CBANBBOOK.'-* ���,"-..*    .  ',r     -B.CC  THE C ANADIANyBANK  OF GOMMERGE  nXAD)  OFFICE, TOROJfTO j  FORT STEELE LAND  DISTRICT,  DISTRICT  OF EAST KOOTENAY.    - '        -~ ���   ��  TAKE NOTICE that Porto Rico Xumber Co.  Ltd., of Nelson, ii. C, occupation lumbermen  .nuinds to apply for a special timber licence  over the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about 1 mile  north-wobt of the mouth'of Rabbit Foot Creek  on the west hue of Lot. 5,162; thence west 160  chains; thence north 40 chain?; thence east 160  chains; thence south 40 chains to point of  eommenceuieut, containing1640 acres -"nioro or  Ices.. ,    '      ��� '       ' '<������ " A   . '  o     Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.,  By O. J. Ifanley '.\gent.        . ''    ,,  Dated Dec. 12th, 1907. f , ,  FORT STEELE LAND DISTRICT. DISTRICT  OF EAST KOOTENAY.    iv  TAKE NOTICE that rorto Rico Lumber Co-  Ltd., of Nelson, B. C. occupation Lumbermen  intends to. apply for a special Umber licence  over the following, desenbe'd  landau       ,"'..'  Commenciug at a post planted about 1 mile  north wist of month of Little Lamb Creek on  the north line of lot." 5,462; thence '.nortlT 160  chains; thence east_40 chains: thence south 160  chains.; thence west 40cbaius to point of commencement, coutaing 610 acres more'or less ,-  l'ORTO RICO LUMBER CO, LTD., . ,  ,   By O. J. Ilandlev Agent, * _  (  Dated Dec. 9th, 1907/ , _ r   "   ���    "   "    '  B. B. WAUCTB, Pr��wid��at  fti.i:r- LATRP, G������r*l ItaMtw,  r  A. H. IRKLAMD, Sttperlatcndent of  BnachM  ESTABULSUED  1807,  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Best, -, - - - ' 5,000,000  Total Assets, - \ 13,000,000  tfr,- T'>".     ���  ���'LET US STAND TOGETHEK."  You to buv our trousers  anil other  garments, and we" f'make _good"   our  assertion that Jor   atJye,   fit, qaalUV  and price < ,      !" ,     -  YOU CAN'T, DUPLICATE  . .OUB" GABMBNTS. , i , {  It's a broad assertion 'but provable.  Our best -citizens wear our clothes,  Tbey are walking proofs of all -we.assert, Our "trousers sale" is a "special."   Don't miss it., .,- .    ,,  ,    Cleaning,'1- repairing and  pressing done. >    J  i   C. A. FOOTE  MOYIE, B. O  -. - -i- ���-- ��� STOP AT THE    ,' ,' *  i>. i .. ���* -   i_ ���        '' '   ' d'  COSMOPOLITAN I;  / ' ���  ( *  BANK MONEY ORDERS  .      isajeO AT THE POtLOWIItO 5AJf* '        I    ,    ,  S^S ���^�����s^i0;::::: ifS -    ����7  ��    iio       ��   ���     ,  - $50    15 cents  ^ ^ _-^oiKi^ ��1 oar at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bunk.  Tb��e Orde�� ���^J-*'".���?the>^^p��lbankinS point* In the United State.  ���, {VtX s^S^-SJ^2- �� ***** to <%<**?* ���* Ir:Td;  . ��������� method of remittinr- small sums of money with  safety  "*2i ST^S ^^n^^oo^Uaout oelay .. w office of th. Ban,  CRANBROOK BRANCH.     ^ ��� " ^V F; C. MALPAS.. MGR  Goisittdpolitan Hotel  11  Proprietors.  6./H. DUNBAR.-  BarriHter, Solicitor) NplarySPublic, Etc  Craribrook', B. 0.; . ��-.  DR. j. B. MILES,   .   ';  Cranbrpok,' \f    B, .C.  "   '' ^   *     DIMOCK&HACARTY,  ;. Nearest Hotel to the St. Eugene mine.;  1       ir f - J       r ^ " i J (     f  ;        Headquarters  ^  BAR "SUPPLIED WITH BEST- BRANDS OFXIQXJOBS AND CIOAR?  ; Rates $1.00��'a' day. and uj).  OAHRY DIMOCK,  JOHK HA.0ARTY  -*-.> VJ WHEN" IN,-,    ��� K ,\   ',  ^      4   CRANBROOK  B. n. SIULL, 'Blsnieer.  " .    ' *     " ,  ,.' V:.:.V' '   \V :   ' "..',.;.  Good roomB,(good  tablee and, bar  and, first classJ8ampla jroo*ii��.:' /.^  Wm. Jwell  ,- -����� ,-r-J.-  George H.-Thompson,,:  ���/    B.AHKIBTKBrSbilCITpB^, '. _  tary Public, &o.    ���   ��� - ;-���;- .  ��� '        ?-*"���<������ j-  *.     *. " - *-,  OBANBEOOK,'"j *' BiaTisH:"CoLUMBU  I    ,'   , -      - -    ** *     1   ' -      ' I* '<  ,' Expressind^ener/;  ^JairpeUve^^BDfei-'''  '��� ��� riess/^f^iyery^'aiid^-  ; Feed, Stable...  wdoii )^kSD-i  1 TliVptoople df^Jioxie^struok' (\^  ^'inerinto 4he,..prices of-   ., ,v���    *   *  ^'i.  *-'!  *"i'-  FURNITURE  v.' r-1  :-S:  f,     <   -jr.   ,  Stores,"  ".-, ����������  W,'R.'BEATTy^^5  v Embalmer'ayd.Uttderta^r/^;^*  X.   -' ?-\    ���..-^n.   *J.T.r  qoAE  4* >>  ' V    <1  .vv?r>- at\the-C,-C ^  I -: H C; RANBROOK"  ���    I .  , .    *. -���   f"'   M"- A     .      i'      * '   .     '   *���  It- v M * 1 .if*  ,  '   '    L        '. .('.'*' I  '.'If. yoii have' <a ,bedroom dp'  ''fix  up, */a:/dining 'roonr or'  llr  --*,*  Phone 9.  t^e -   ' fcr*fc  . rarm Land For Sale.  ^ -''"���,'-  *   ��� '. i* ;��������� ;  One hundred and sixty-acres, of,  land ,16 miles from Pincher�� creek.  Land all fenced, good house  water, close to school,, 'land all  tillable, 15 acres under cultivation.  Will sell for $25 an acre.- Apply  at this office!  JEWELER,  '���Eor.fS&le;'^  ?-.j.(v,������*. :���'���<{, cA'* ���,-" "  X-'-il^ea-ve' Orders at/  moyieV''' ffi ^'^'i'ih*  Sj  .1'.', . -  "*V-���'* ^ r\  11"PFJ?K fc? iurnishv^'/-J\:??y. '*,'���" J, \  \1 V1 /- V/; v'^ou'/to'geW prices ���fr.qm^thii, t.     ,^,X ;^"  ."f"-'"V.V:."e\ :    company. '..'Freight;-prepaid ' "*    V, ,;.,,,  ���;n'  Colum'.  ����� $���.  .   ~l   J'l-v  The sherifTi  of   the   state    of  "Washington met in convention ab  ' FORT STEELE LAND   DISTRICT."DISTRICT  0FEA.STKOOTFHA.Y.  TAKE NOTICE that   Porto   Rico Lumber Co.  Ltd., of Nelson, B', C. ^f^^SSc.  mterids to apply for a  special Umber-v    . ^  over the following ^"''"^^tbout ��*mlle        " .1 ,Con*.meueingar,apodtDli'Hortli -Uue of ^^  Colfax a few days ago and -wound  west of unb "f^c^iaa., ^ tbenoo north so  ���p their  proceedings with  a "k  t^^-J-^-'��^^h 5  "        chains to Dolutol commencement,. containing  640 acres more or less.   ,,  banquet. Here are soma of thf��  toasts responded to: * "The sen^  aation of being shot b-rt ^a^dit,^  ......    ii j to  society,"  "Lhehobo*a  mens''0   S  *  -, ���rr., r  way to  adjust  and "The  pron-1   w"jr  ..   Phis is  somewhat  o  the nor~^  a  change   from    such   toasts   as  "The   Province,"    Mining,"  "The  Learned Profession?," etc.  "fORTO RICO LUMBER CO. LTD.,  By O. J- Handler Agent,  Dated Dec. Uth,   1907.  Free of  Charge  We will d3liver the fo" owing to your room or house  from Jan. 1), 1908, free���  Wi^  A  <*4%'i  m*.  :^.  3&>  Spokesman, Chronicle,  Manitoba Free Press,  Toronto Sat. Night,  Uancouvar Province,  Victoria Coloni3t,  and  All Magazines.  liOTIE   DRU& -   AND  3TATI0NEBY   STORE.  FORT STEELE LAND DISTRlCr D13TKI01'  OF EAST  KOOTENAY.  TAKE S^TICE that I'orto Rico Lumber Co,  Ltd., of Nclion, B. C occupation Lumbermen  intends to apply for a special timber licence  over the following described lands:  Commencing at a post pi n'eJ atnut 2 miles  north west of *ne mouth of Kuir springs Creek  on the West line of lot, .\J52; thence west 60  chains*, thence south 80 chain*-; thence cast 100  chains, thence north 40 chnius; thence west 40  chains; thence north 40 chains to point of commencement, containing ��0 acres more or less,  PORTO RICO LUMBER CO.LTI*.,  By 0. J. Hundley, Agent,  Dated *)cc. 9th,   19j7  "FORT STEELE LAN'D DI3TRICT. Di&TRICT  OF EAST 1 0 )1 KS'AV.  TAKE SO J ICE that I'orto Rico   Lumber Co  t'td , ot Salson, B.C.   occunatlon Lumbermen  intends to apply for   n special   timber licence  over the following described lands'  Cinmcuclng at a pet planted about 1 mile  west or the mouth of Lntlu Lamb Creek ou the  eaulineof Lot. 0,402; thence eaBt40 <hams.  thence south 80 chain*-: thence east 10 chains;  thence south 10 chains; theme v.cst 80 chains,  tht-uee north V20 to point of commcncemcjt  containing t> 10 acres more or les��  POl'.TO K1CO LUMBER CO   LTD,,  By O.J    Handley   Axent,  Dated Dee. 10th,  1D07. '  LINOLEUM- . -    * CARPETS  'When'^rnishing   your  Home or-hotel don't forget  we can furnish  you .  ���promptly >"and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  -   -    B. C,  All'kinds of repairing done.  Store on Victoria street 'next  door to Leader  office, ���   -  A^lS  McKILLOP  XSSiLYJEJtt -  . company.   /Freight;-prepaid  '���o'n'hll orders.'. ^"'  r^ f  A-.  SK*  , -��J'  |JV  -t.t.1  "r-* J .  Cr'aribrobk  NELS03T,  B. C  O  F. DE3AULNIEB  DEALER  IH -  MMl ^  PROMPT. DELIVERY..,  Queens' Asre.  ..MOYIE  Di:SAUr.MIBKBB03.    Prop*.  Large sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations. ^  Headquarters for   Commercial and MiDingMen.  Queens avenue,     ���. moyik, b. o  NELSON, -   -   -  ACr3,NTC3"  Mason <fc Riscb Piano Co.  Ootermoor Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  , SALE   One  hundred  pul-  Apply to W. G,   Batern in.  F0RT3TEELE land DISTRICT, district  OK EAST KOOTENAY.'  TAKE NOTICE that Porto Rico Lumbar Co.  Ltd., of Nelson. B. C.,occupatiou Lumbermen,  intends Lo apply fur a special timber licence  over the folio-vying described lands:  Commeucins s.t a post "planted about one-  half mile north-west of the mouth . of Martin  Creek ou the west line of Lot. 5,462; thence  west 140 chains; llie'ucu south CO chains: tbenec  east 40 chains; thence north 20 chains; thence  east, 80 chnius; thence north 20 chains; thence  east 20 chain*.: thence north 20fihaius to point  of commencement, containing W0 acres more  or less.       '  PORTO RICO LUMBER CO. LTD.,  By 0. J. Handley, Aireut. ,  Dated Doc. Ilth, 1W7. ^J3S maS  EDUCATIONAL.  Mr. S. Moore, B. A., will give instruction in Bookkeeping, Languages and Science, in the even-"  ing.  Mrs. Moore gives lessons on the  organ and piano, and theory of  music1    Apply at residence.  BUY YOUK  Totoe-to oos.  XT'ir'U-i't and.  Oo,xa.c2Lv .  FROM  A B. Stewart  & Co.  CAN^DBAN  KA.TLWAY COMPANY  Co^dpe/atjve  '. " LIMITED. -,  ^.  Stores  ki������.>.��i��.��:*��tt.��W*3<K>C*ggc^  "HOTEL.  P. F. JOBWSlOft - '       - *  -,     ,   ' ' '  ,'      ' *    V    \ ^ $  Thia Hotel is New and well Eurnished   The j  ��� Tables are Supplied with tHe Best the g  MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled with  theBest Brands of Liquors^ and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  *<   r -     ' AND MINING MEK, '  *.'    * ta  L���        ',_*. . r      -      -I.'-"-- '*���     <���       KKJIXISH COX.DMBIA  MOT IK     c        ���   ^       ���       j t * ,',,-- ', - *���  The National  Highway  Through   Sleeping,    ft'nd   Dining  Cars and High Class Tourist  Sleepers on  all  Through  Train*  The Best of Meals and Attention  FRESH  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  MELSOW, B. C.  .-' jrioarding and Day School conducted by tho Sisters oi St. Joseph, Nelson j  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress cbaracteaize each department. Parents' should write for  particulars. Oue month assures the  public of the thoroughness "of the  Sisters'methods of teaching. Terms  commence .Januiiry. April and Sept  Pupils are admitUid durio'; tjjrrx*,.  & CO  MOYIE, B, C.  Try  Banff Sanitarium  This Winter  SULPHUR SPEINGS AND   UNEXCELLED  ACCOMMODATION  Ratee $2.50 per day and up  Correspondence invited and  cheerfully answered. Call on or  write  E.J.CQYLE,  A����'t OenL I'atiS, Ag  Vt*JiCi**lV��".  JOHN MOE,  Dint, Paiw. A(ft-  N��lton,  As muds by the present brewer ia admittedly tbe  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With tbe Best Malt nud  he Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality.  Insist on haviDg Moyie Beer.  Bottled and Draft Beer.  BMl   C  CHAS. INDERWIES, Bffgr,  ���%M  5'aw-.^'  ssg  gsw  &����*  '#&  MOYIE, B. C,  ��*  W't  'ik   WS-r"  DEB  KM  jggg.-g 'C?^t^s 'si5**'5r*-s��lfc'SI��-*<:**^-"^**^.--^* *5.*'<s:*,����fc' "s  Moyie Bakery  Fresh   Bread,  Pies and Cakes   always  on Hand  All kinds of CRAKES mado to   order.  YOUR PATRONAGE kOLICTTm  R,: M. CALDER, Proprietor.  .."  it,


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