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The Moyie Leader Jan 18, 1908

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 <i  00  00  00  FEE  WILSON  ,���u   wuiit    >.<ur    ttalch    iei-n.lie.1  'I  W, H. WILSON, Jeweler  '    CRANBROOK.  \  VOL. 10, NO41.  WILSON,   Cptdan  I'.)r   |.r..j>. r)j fit. Iiijj ���������<�����-��.  "\  WILSON, Optician  %L_^  CliAXn;G(.��K.  -    0  a c..  JL  MOYIE,.B. C, JANUARY, 18. 1908.  S2 A  YKAR  1        GENERAL FLOAT        f  men: GO BACK  ���nrX  s.  foty   ._ .  tilt      ~    "  MGR;  UR?  OIRTY  SPECIAL SALE  ' �� 'Our "Special Sale" will start in earnest - Monday,  6th., and will include all goods marked at "SPEC-  IAL PRICES."    Counters are being, arranged  for  i t     * ��� \ ~ .  ���this purpose and every. effort will be' made to ' give  prompt, service y to intending' purchasers. The  prices will bV^OCK-BOTTOM",,there,.will' be no  'need for \Kargain Driving.- - Everybody Come.     [,  ',  There  Seattle.  are  '10,000   idle  men in  The Ro39land  Winter Carnival  will run from February -1 to 8.  ���The Provincial '  legislature   at  Victoria opened on the 16ch.  . The Last Chauce mine in the  Coeur d'Alenes is not to be closed  down, as was'at first reported. '  fcCAMBEELL  The Royal hotel at Marysville  was burned ' Monday night.  Lately the place was,' run -by II.  L. Sawyer.1,  * Tho,salary of president' Gom-  pers of��� the American Federation  of Labor haa been raised from  $3,000 to $5,000 a "year.    I-  fe  Foley .13ros.' Larson & .Stewart  have been .awarded the; contract  byv the Grand Trunk .Pacific for  the construction of the section'120  miles west of Edmonton. -     ,,  ?FJl RRELL'BLOCK  ur^'-"''  Tobaccos*   Confectionery  <^\>y? ������by' . ���: v ���     ~ "   ^yy  ;V FRUIT,:ETC.. ..  -" -  '���      ���      . .'���:,-.     <���     * ~...    .   'A' ��� '���-  MOYTE  BeaJe&E  *T. ^JffE��dOfflc��  Fire; jjjfs>"and Accident Insurance. > ���,  ���i >^'*-J  ' *-&��i^4feat ,��5ie New.^ear. is .started' right ', ?;  m-"*  :KEEI?." IT7 E-IGHTj ���  "i,  * - ' , '< '     .BYrlJUYIXG-ONLY," -.' **-     *;*   ' <��    V ;~  '* ,        " .   -'    '   >"- I-,-- '* " ,..-.  *f ",.',      ������"*-.* -     ���"*  ���wfc-LYNN -VALLEY BRA.NDXaNNED, QOODS/ -y ft ;  * The grand Trunk,Pacific wharf  at Prince Rupert, has a frontage  of, 1200 ffeet on the harbor,", and  is,said 'to*.be'.the '.finest.-wharf  'north of Sau Francisco.  -.       ,*��� .* =  '!  After laying off four , days  the nien employed at the St.  Eugene"1 decided last Sunday  by a vote of 15G to 85 to ac-  cept the scale submitted ������ oy  -the Consolidated company  and" return, to Avork. Isfot,  however,'until some .changes  were made which- were, advantageous to lhe,vmen. ', The  changes r.efgrred to ���do' not  appear in the wage schedule,  but are recognized in a raea-  sure by ' the company.- The  scale-the men are now work-  I     o-  ing,under is better' in  many  respects than, ��� tlie  low scale  drafted and recommended by  '        ,        *,   *���'       -        - -   ���  '  the arbitration board for use  under "abnormally* unfavorable'   conditions,"   but    the  -      * - 'i    '"-i     <    '~'     '      .  wage *f6r ��� .common  laborers  '. ,   ^     ? -*-*, ^.. '.  still remains t ajb $2.75.��� - r* >  \What indiciated to be a  long shutdown was brought  ,to,an end very -quickly, and  there was; a'.general rejoicing  in the camp;'after-'the result  of the vote .was made known.  Tlie'American fleet on- its' -way  to the the Pacific has reached Rio  Janeiro, Brazil, where a 'stop will,  be made .until, January   21st. * It  - ���,.,-.���,-     . ,.  is estimated that the officers and;r}ic <blS .property1 is   again  men will leave at least $250,000 'in working'in full blast'and . all  , ' '���. .*        ,  that port." - Y *   *-.'*���"��� , '"   v  Had A'Grand  .' ��� <y'A-.:r.\ '  Ball.  : Nearly 170 bodies have been1're-  moy'ed-from the theatre��� building  ab ,Boyertown,'.PAM* which'   -was  burned Monday "'night. . The fire ., From the grand"- march to the  s"tartedfrom the;-explosion of a!Home,;Sweet Home"waltz'-was one  gas,tank coanected. with< a'mov* continual round-of-.uninterrupted  the men are'-back   at their  old jobs.' y,,," '���        ,     -  T-~       '"      * *,-- ��**M* '* '   "        '"Tn?~ '       "^*      *'    ~ (  ing picture .machine.  "Boyertown  pieasure" atythe v, eighth   annual  3S  l<9a��39  rv>i��' '.-  AND',  ft*"  rhe  tlie  a,rs,  UBIA  'CALGART-MILLIN.GCO'S-FLOUR.'  '    '*   *,,.*',''     _"*"���- f " i-b -/.* ,        :"   v    a"' ",   ;  f ~" b.   -" . tThej', are both'_ winner?., *,-, VJ  '  :j'^MT���E[.'  PORTO RICO LUMBER CO.  has" a. population of 2,500, and 'al-, ball given'by the'Moyie lodge "of  most" .every YfamiljrVJs [ 'stricken^ odd Fellows l/laifc; Monday ('night.  Neariy^eyeryone lp3t a.relative or, ffc was��by\far'Vhe \6estrv.l\of-.the  friend. V '   *; '''"i".1-'- J a ] b * -.'.-* �� - ;''- *���".''   .*   ��->a.r-*����- '^nnrl'-Tl'nrirmt "tri-varS!- Iw^-V.Vib  -The1 Debate.  Spoyte,  W.-i*. ��� r  5Vy*>  '���S -     -  *   *  ;ROUCrH AND DRESSED  luVMBMB, FOR SALE.  many/good "dances."giverk . by ?the  lodge.1-*-A��teripaying all expenses,'1  .which amounted >, to oyer $100,  there was .still a balance lef&^of  $71.25 . to be * turned into the  treasuryr-* A splendid supper was  served at the Hotel Kootenay.  Wildey Lodge No. 44 I. O. O. F.  is one of the strongest lodges in  the "jurisdiction'and is    steadily  British Columbia.  I    ir,��  AAA^m   ,        ��� MOITE'S    LEADI.N��   -HOTEL. - kb  tbe  and  Hotel Kootenay  , '    .  y     '.'    . * s *  The best of accommodations. -  for*1 the Traveling Public.  sparge and -Commodious Sample Rooms.  There was a good crowd.bub*- to  the   debate  in , .McGregor   hall  Wednesday night.    Fred   Kessler  occupied the 'chair. * The  subject  debated ' was:     "Resolved, ' that  there is greater pleasure in anticipation than in- realization." ' The iucreasing'iu membership  affirmative side   won.    The ' next  debate will be held  next  Friday  night, when1 the foil wing weighty  question "will  be  settled5' for all  time:    "Resolved   that   a    monarchy is preferable to a republic."  1 LOCAL ASSAYS g  I  ��� There will  be  a dance  at  the  Central hetel tonight.  Chas. Brenchly left Sunday for  his ranch near Big Valley, Alta.  Harry Gamble and family, havo  moved to tboir new home near  the'St. Eugene  Mr. and. Mrs. Chas. E. MaeKay,  spent Sunday.in Cranbrook.  A.' C.r Bjwnesi-s. the Cranbrook  wholesale ' liquor dealer, was in  Moyie Monday.  A. E. Linzey, a recent arrival  from San Francitco, is here visiting with hid brother, the jeweler.  " ,J. d.iDrewry'J is .back from'his  trip to Rossland, Nelson and Trail.  E. A. Hill aud family are  away 1  to Lethbridge on a visit with relatives. .      ' '       - , '*  . D,ive Porter is in the hospital  at Cranbrook suffering from a  strained back. He was injured  while working in the timber "gang  at the St. Eugene.       .      "-,'"  Two pimps "i vvere, up before  "Judge" Hill this-^week. and were  fined $5 and costs each,, and some  gemblers were given warning to  "jar, loose.",       , ,  Felix Desaulnier will leave next  weekfor Hob springs, Arkansas,  where he will take treatment for  rheumatism. - Mr.* Desaulaier' has  been badly crippled for, a longtime:"      ' ' '        ," !..  W. P. White was in Cranbrook  Tuesday nigh^attending a meet-'  ing of the Royal'Arch Masons.  1 0 ' ��  Mr. Bookwalter, for some time  master mechanic  at  the Sullivan  r) li^^spgg^waegg^Bs^ssa^sasssg-i^^ r  We are at last   compelled  the price of all lines of Sour.  We now quote.,  y ' ',  Lake of the Woods Five.Roses in  to  (C  Raymond        Our Best  lgary ,       Rising Sun  081b  49''  24"  93';  ' 49"  9cS"  ��� 40! ���  sa  :\^  ].Co  u.^iO  MacEachein, '& Macdonald  ���i\  11  - it  Municipal Elections.   ".  , * :      '�� '  ��� ��     - ���: ���       ���    "     ',   '  During the week municipal  elections were held in all of*, tbe  cities in the Kootenays. lui several cases the .mayors,,were elected by acclamation, but in other  places there were, heated contests.  The. fight in .Cranbrook -reached  bitter proportions. J. / P- Fink'  hea'ded.the wide open ticket while  J. D: McBI-id'e and 'liis followers  stood for putting on the   lid,  and  and  putting" it    on tight.    F'mk  smelter at Marysville, stopped oif  bis �� aldermanieV ticket ~ made . a  in,Moyie for a day thi3 ,week en-!^^ sweeD.    Fink-for  mayor re-'  Mecting; Is Postponed,  Billiard Booms.  JVIoTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors,;^- <g  *, ^  H  1  Al -' <  rtSStr,  C.  Mr Few of Our Leaders:  SLATER SHOES,  STANFIELD'S  ^kW       UNDERWEAR,  20ih CENTURY.  |g|||.        CLOTHING. ^ y  if *!$fiall and see these new lines before purchasing  elseAvlic  **    E. A. HILL,-" .  THE    LEADING    LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  Imperial Bank of Canada. |  The meeting of the Associated  Boards of Trade, which was to be  held at Moyie on' the 22ad, has  been postpoued for on - week, and  will now convene here on the 29.  The meeting is posponed on account of the Bonspeil being held  at Nelson next week.   ,... ^ ,  JHe Beat His Wife.  Capital  Authorized���-������������$10,000,000.   y  Capital paid np������^"----"--���-----1,830,000.  xteat __-i-_���^.-i_������..y���4)83o.ooo.   ;;,  Savings  harik.department.  Interest allowed pii, deposits from date Yof   deposits   and,  credited  quarterly...;,;'".-. ���.*"<���'��� '{  |)RANBRC^K';iRANCB:::  ' y':' -j." F.;M '"PINKHAW. Manamr,  ���?  ���Jr-  >*  NOTICE.  Take notice that the' partnership heretofore existing between  the undar3igued Hirry It. Dim-  ock aud John Higarty under the  firm name of "Dimock it Ilagftrty"  bas this day boeu dissolved by  mutual consent.  The business in future will be  carried on by tha said Harry  H. Dimock, under his own name.  The said Dimock his assumed  all liabilities of the said firm,  aud all debts duo said   firm   must  be paid to him.  D.it?ed this 13bli day  of January,  A. YD. 1903, .'.    ������ ".y  Witness.        H. H. DIMOCK,  J. A. Harvey,   JOHN HAGARTY,  1 Mike Shanahan, a miner, got  his skin full of booze last Monday  night and then went home and  beat his wife. He made such a  rough bouse that the neighbors  notified Constable Bouth. When  Routh went to the house, Shanahan was armed to' the teeth and  stood in the door with a big knife  inhis'hand and- dared the constable to lay a hand on him.  Routh summoned help and after  some difficulty - the man , -was  grappled with, handcuffed and  taken1 to the jail. The next day  he was tried and was g'ven six  months for disorderly conduct  and two months for assault. lie  was then taken to Cranbrook,  where another six months was  added^for riotous conduct, thus  making 14 months in all. Ho is  now at Nelson serving out his  time.          Glad lo Hear It.  route to,Spokane. >'     '_���.     . c. t   ,  1    ���*     '   ,     .>,,     " \t .       -~am  :- F. n.  Smith,   district v superin-  tengehfe of'the* Dominion Express  company^ with , headpuarters   at  Nelson, was  in town during the  week. / ,<���.<, , .,   ���  1   *   ,   . .       r  .     ,        *  ,1 "* c      O-   J       * C "���  '���-:Mr.;I*ssac Pickering, 'of'Brant-  ford, ' On't.V'desife3"tdvthanlr all  who in any way showed their  sympathy->with the family of the  late Mr."-Arthur Pickering. '  ,��Bom���To Mr.' and .* Mrs. H.  Ungersmall���on- Friday,. January  17th, a daughter.  ,-Harry Dimock and Jack Hag-  arty cf the Cosmopolitan hotil,  have dissolved   partnership  clean sweep  ceived 214  votes   to  137 for  ,3*ride.    Following i3a list   of__  ne.wly' elected mayors-.'  _      b   ,  Cranbrook���J. P. Fink,   ,,     '  - Fernie���W. W."Tuitile," ���;     i  t  Nelson���S. S Taylor/    '      .   ,  *��� llossland^-P. R./ Macdouald.'v,  y-LSIocan���Thos. McNeish,'"  Phoenix���D. J..-\Latbefcon, . ���  Trail���G. Morui.'  Mo-  the  Sv/an-tiolt.  M2TAL    MARKET.  r--{|  '     Ml  ���*���!��� j  -'-[I  ,-*NEW Tork���Ba.r silver, 50  Lead, $475;    Copppr, 1^^ ct-.  London���Lead/i-'I-l,^ (5d.  ,"    l^ r-^���>;  Macdonald-AlcLeifari. *  cts  The   .jvedding    of   Mr.    Harry  Swan and Miss Edith .Holt,   two  of Moyie's   most   popular  youug  people, took place at the home  of  The | Mr. and Mrs. .Wm. Mills at Fernie  1   A beautiful wedfliug took ' place ��  ��� - . *    ?-       *.  at tbe Catholic Church,' WeduPs-  "dayv last,   when Mr., James ,Mhc-"  donald, and Miss  Laura'McLellau  were united in the holy bonds, of  . i. i   .  mitrimony.    iliss MarthaK-aney ,  acted as bridesmaid and iS\A Jyhu.  Macdonald    as     bridesman.    T.ie  alter    wa3"   tastnfully   decprated -  and^the'.ch-.'ir turned  out in'full."'  and rendered a few 3tltct hymns.  <  appropriate   ��� to   * the ��� - occasion..  After,the   ceremony   the   newly.-'  mirried couple' were given'a cipsr' >..  of the holy bible bythe'qffi -iating.  priest, and they  all -wont' to/the-1  Kootenay'--Hotel,., for   breakfas-'.   '  Mr.  and' Mrs; James' v M-tcdonalci "'  will reside in Moyie in the future.  Long life andhappines tothe new/  couple.  ul.  it  ��� j^v.  ���f/r.xX  ��� .-    AVliy Suffei-from KlieumRtigm?        S  Do yoti know that rheumatic  pains can bo relieved? If you  doubt this just try one application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  IC will make rqst and sleep possible, and that certainly means a  great deal to any 'one afflicted  with rlieumotism.'-For aulfl. by  Ti-'>-> ^'nylOi l.M'i'j: S~ S'i-A\cw?Ay <)o.  Reverend Father L. Choinel  wishes to announce that ho has  just received a letter from the  Right Rev, Bishop asking him to  remain ih charge of the Catholic  Church' at Moyie until further  notice. The", Rev. Father will  therefore continue hia visits and  hold service, on every second  Sunday as before.  The New Fire* Wardens.  '������-.;.At the election of , Bra wardens  held at the coui'thouso; last Tuesday tho folio wing named gentlemen ware successful: II,' II. Dim-  oek, J.'L. Gibbons "and Chaa, A.  T'iricK'tiy. '- -...���    , -"-    ���'.''������  business will hereafter be  earri* d  cn  by Mr. Dimock."  Methodist church, Sunday next,  January " 19.   oThe"*   Rev.    Wm.  ~ i  Boulton's subject will be Morning  at    11,    "A     Sura   Foundation."  Fvening at 7:30,  "The Preacher's  Message."  Wm. Serrick, ah old timer in  the camp, arrived here this -week  from Goldfield, where, he was for  a year or more. Mr. Serrick has  gained quite a reputation lately  as a wood carver and painter.  F. B. Hawthorne was in town  yesterday doing a little ��mission-  ery work for the Hudson's Biy  Co. and the Kootenay Cigar company of Nelson. Busy a3 he was,  Mr. Hawthorne still found time  to entertain bis friends with some  of his latest stories.  Mrs. F. J. McMahon was iu  Moyie on a visit tho first pf the  week and was tho guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Foote. Wednesday she  returned to Kiuiberley where her  mother, Mrs. Soper, resides.  Mrs. McMahon will return to  Grand Valley, Oregon, shortly  and join her husbaud, who is  conduoting a largo hotel at that  place.  last Sunday evening, January .12.  Rev. Hugh Grant, of the Presby-.  terian church, was the officiating  pastor. Mr. and'Mrs. Swan are  now occupyiug their cosy little  home just north of town.  The Co-Operative Store.  Peter Besovi  Honu  The -manager of the' ^-operative store in Moyie will be __ Herbert Cross, who for some time has  been with the Trites-Wood company iu Fernie. Mr. Cross was  up to Moyie the first of the week  looking over the situation. He  will move here with his family iu  about a month's time. The store  will be open'for business the latter part of next month.    -  Social and Lecture.  The Aurora  Meeting.  The shareholders who have . a  bond on the Aurora property had  a well attended meeting last Sunday evening. Manager' Feltham  submitted his report, which  covered the work done up to the  first of the year.; His report w.as  very satisfactory and showed that  the work dou.e under--'.his super.-!  ���>���!.-icr* had orw.-neH  up  som-.i   iyio<i j  Thtsre will be a soci'tl and lecture at tho Methodist chnrch  next Monday evening, January 20  at S o'clock. Price 50 ceuts.  Tho lecture will be  on tho  'Pete    Besovi,   who    has   heen  working as   shiftboss  on  the big  tunnel at Field for several   weeks!  past, returned to  Moyie Tuesday.  There  are   several   other   Moyie  people working on" the same job '  with Mr. Besovi, among them.' being G. H. Edwards, P. J.  Higgins,  P.  J.  Bonner, Mike ' Bonner,   R.  Brown, Geo. McClollan and   Robt,  Powers.    One tunnel to be -driven  is 3,000 feet and the other is'2,100  feet.    Ifc will probably   take  over  two years to complete  the work.  When finished the road  through  ! the'   mountains    will    -be    three  1 miles longer than at  present   bub'  the  grade  will  be  cub   down so  that a single engine  will be   able  to handle a load   that  now it  re-  quires    three    engines   ��� to   haul.  Skilled labor commands good  salaries ou the new work,  but   it is  different with common labor,   tha  wage for this class bjitig, only  $2  a day. '    Lake I'rozen Over.  When   the   people  looked    out  K!on-mpon  the  lake   Sunday  morning  dyke, and will bo given by the  Rev. 11. Hughes of Cranbrook,  who has lived a considerable time  at Dawson City.  Both * Are Recovering.  ' The people of Moyie are naturally well, pleased' to learn . th*i t  there is a good chauce for the recovery of both Mrs. Win. Boyd j  and Mrs. Geo. Garden'. Bath have I  beeu iu the hospital at Cranbrook  for almost twos mouths -during  which time their lives have been  hanging in tbf- baitj-uee. '  their eyes behold a good s'loet of  ice, aud by Tuesday it was iu excellent condition for skakiug. Ic  is now about font* inches in thick-  i;ess. The fall of snow Wi.dnrs-  day has spoiled the skating somewhat, but a rink is boi.ug cleared,  so that the .pleasuio'-of :-th��'.'people'-will be. interfered, with but  slightly. Nearly 100 people- were  on the ice Wednesday eveniug,  and it is needless to say lh'i-y enjoyed themselves.  :  New Fire Alarm.  A large ti iangla -has  been  cured -for   the  fire  hill   asid  ���mm  r'-miW-  YY&fy^i'f?  '-.'S^iSei  : y;;fy#i  pro-i  will  LOST ���A gold 'filled watch wilh ; be su-peiid'sd from tho top of- tho  silver chain attached.    A   reward J bulldiup.    Thin    alarm     will    bo  of $5 will be. paid   to  tin dor.  aed  tin; il  b:*tt::r   n-if*   cm    !>]  bm  ���nt.-.-; THE LEADER. MOYIE. BRITISH COLOMBIA.   AIKENSIDE f  ��� ��� ��� 5  BY MARY J. HOLTIES I  Author of  "Dora Deane,"  "The English  Orphans,"  |  "Lena Rivers," ,"The' Rector of St. Mark's,''        $  "Tempest'and Sunshine,'' Etc j  {��������������������������yMMW>*m��<miwi��iwi��al  (Continued)  ���i  f   rY <  cha.jj>:r xv.-  The summer vacation had oe<*n spent  by the TU-mr.iaiO!,-* and Maddy at the  -.'������aside, the latt-T coining to ��he cot-  ���fn-e'ior n week before returning to  1.6i bC-ho. l.in Xcv. Yoik. and as the  doctor wii***' then absent Iron* home,  t,he tli-1 not meet hnn at nil- Consc-  <|ueritl*-\ he had rot seen her s'ttce she  .left AikenMde for New York. But  she was at home now for the Christmas holidays���v.at down nt Ihe cot-  tape, too, and unusually nervous for  him' the doctor stood before tire little  ���square glass -n his back ofiice, trying  to make himself look as well as possible, for he was going that very afternoon 'to call upon ATiss Clyde. He  'wnsr'glnd she v.n�� not at' .Aikenside;  he would rather meet her where Guy  wits not.. and he hoped he might be  fortunate euriuch to find her eione.  ��� The, doctor wis seiiously in love.  He acknowledged that now to hi nisei f confessing, too. that with hm  love was mingled a spice, of jealousy.  le.-,t Guv Remington f-hould be', expending" more thought on Maddy  Clyde than ��hp consi'-tent with the  promised husband of hucy Atherstone.  He wished so much to talk with Guy  about her, and vet he dreaded it; for  if the talk should confirm, Ins suspicions there would be no hope for  him. No girl in her,right mind would  prefer him to Guy Remington, and(  with, a little sigh the doctor was turn-  ins away from the'glass, when, as u  ��to verify a familiar proverb, Guy him-,  self drove up ui a most dashing equipage  sen drove ujj iu a i"��f- -"��"6 '? r*       rnoriow   night, -i 1 tie   uui  age,   the  silver-lippea   harness  of   his andj   b     ^  liiRh-metiled   steed    flashing    in   the , fae lendld gil*.  wintry sunlight, and the bnght-hued , -*on  onoe   y��u  know>    c  lining of his fanciful robes presenting  a very gay appealance.   ��  Guv was in the best of spirits. For  an entire half-day he had tried to -de-    wou]d i  vise some means for getting Maddy up j forever  to Aikenside.    It vas  quite   too  bad,|      Rut Qvy wag not tfaus inclined, <and  .for her to spend the whole  vacation    {n & mood -not exlrenieiv amiable, he  at the* cottage, as she seemed likely - -     ��� ��� ���  'to do.   He Knew she was lonely there;  son, while the doctor contlrttfedr  "Yes, and I beg your pardon for it;  but'let me ask you one question, ana  upon its -answer will  depend my  future   course   with   regard   to   Maddy  You are true to Lucy"  Guy felt the blood trickling at the  .roots" of his hair, but he answered  truthfullv as he believed:  "Yes, true as steel," while the generous .thought came over him that he  would further the doctor's plans all  he possibly could.  "Th��Jn I am satisfied. <-the dortoi  rejoined; "and as you have rather assumed the position of Iter guardian  or brother, I ask your permission to  offer her the love w Inch, whether she  accepts ii or not. is hers."  ' Guy had never felt a sharper pang  than that which now thrilled through  every nerve, but ho would not prove  false tp the friend confiding in him,  and he answered, calmly *  '"You hnve.mv consent: but, doc,  better put; it .off till y��u see her at  Aikenside. There's.no chance at the  cottagei with thos*e,,.th ree / old, people  I wonder &he"aon"trgo wild- 1 m sure  Ir should.,"    ' -      '    i      '*   i  Guy-vas    growing    rather   savage  about something,   but  the  doctor, did,  not mind;  nnri  "rasping  his  aim   as  he arose, he snid:  "And vou'll mipac it for,me. Guy?  You know how. f'don't. You'll contrive for-ni? to see^ her alone, and  mayb" '&y a word, b'efoiehandyn my  favor." , - '   "  "W v"'\ T"' nanace it. I|U fix  it right.' Don't .forget, day after to-'  rnonow   night. *>'! he" Cutlers   will j be  Marcia has.  She fancied  you once, vou know. Old .Cutler is  WbrtH half'a million." And Guy tore  himself may ir��m, ' 'h-> .doctor,  who." now that the ice, was, broken,  would like to have talked  of Maddy  U  "I tell you. M*'��m, you ought to use  St. George's  Baking Powder  11 only for file reuoa th��t it 1�� -whole-  come and healthful." v.^.*^  "The knowledg*   th��t  too  mre T��OT  eating alum, lime, immocU and acid in  your food���should count for a pea t dcaL"  "ST. GBORC-B'S u made of s^po** pure  Cream of Tartar.". Try it.  Write for, free upj/ ��/" our new Cook-Boot.  National Dru��& Chemical Co. of  Canada Cu&lted, Montreal. *���  MAY NOT NEED IT NOW  that the bare floor, and low, dark  .walls affected her unpleasantly. . He  had seen that in her face when he  bade her good-by, for lie- had carried  her down to tbe cottage himself, and  11.1.       H.      UlW'JU       HW      \s*t. v>  ��� ��*w-j ~-  threw,himself into his sleigh and went  dashing down toward Honedale. Tor  some urnccoiintfble reason he was not  now one bit intore*-tpd in the'party.,  and.'were it not that a few <of the  invitations   were    issued,    he  -would  ft  her down to the cottage himself, and  ,have been ten)ptec* to give it t-p.  Guy  now,he  was  going after her.    There   did  not  know  what' ailed   him.     He'  was to  be a party  at�� Aikenside���the j only   {e)t'as   ,j   somebody   had   been  very first since Guy  was its master. ��� ......  The neighbors had" said he was too  proud to invite them, but they should  say so 'no more. The bouse was to  be thrown open in1 honor of Guy's  twenty-sixth birthday, and all who  were at. all desirable as guests were  to be  bidden   to  the   festival.    First  medding' with his plans, and had he  been in the hgbit of swearing, he  .would probably have sworn; 'but as  he' 'was not, He contente'd himself  with driving,,like-a second Jehu until  he reached Honedale. where a pair of  soft, brown' eyes smiled up into his  face,1   and   a   little,   fat.   warm, hand  \t&~ '���  V*   ,  it-  I  ��'T,  IffiJ'r'-1"      ���  VI- ��*���  r   ��,��"  I ,\!   '*   * I**  15--',''     ,  I'I  on the .list w^a the doctor,-who^,. re- vas .claspe^ in his. as'Maddy came'  membenng how .averse Guy was ,to even to thp pate ^. meeti him..  large parties, wondered at the prci- ghe was.vefV'glad to see*him.' The  ceedings. But'Guy was all engaged cottage.with it? humble adornings did  ,in the matter^and after telling who * seem^lonelv, almost dreary, after the  were to be-invited, added half in- j.{ an[} jj113t]e 0f Xew York, and  differently. "T'm going now down to M^d had cried more tharl once to  Honedale after Maddy. Its better for j thjnk'how hard and wicked she must  her to be with u.** a day or two before, b(j ���rowing when her home had ceas-  Tou've  seen  her, of  course. '        d ��Q be the dear.0ld home she once  No, the doctor had not; he was ,oved s0-weli. she had been there  just going there, lie said, in a'tone , fiye davs now_ ^^ -notwithstanding  so full .of sad disappointment that th efr " tc of i,Pr grandparents.-to en-  Guy detected it at once, and asked if , tertain her each day 'h-id see.med-a  anything was the matter. '-        ���       " ��� "*���Ll-- J  Jtr.  A,  i  , t  tm  Mi  ir *)XA  "Guy," the doctor continued, sitting down by his friend, "T remember once your making me your confidant about Lucv. You remember  it,  too?"  "Yes,-why5 well?" Guy replied, beginning to feel ,strangely uncomfortable as he half divined what was  coming next  Latterly Guy had* stopped telling  the doctor that he was educating  Maddy foi him. Indeed heulid not  talk of her at all, and the doctor  might have fancied, her out of his  mind but for the frequent visits to  New York which Guy found it absolutely necessary to make. ' Guy did  not himself understand the state of  his own feelings with regard to Maddy, but if compelled to explain them,  thev would have been something as  follows- He fully expected to marry  T^ucy Atherstone: the possibility that  he should not had never occurred to  him, but that was - no 'reason why  Maddy Clyde need be married for  these many' years. She was very  voung yet; there was time enough  for her to think of. marrying when  she was twenty-five, and in the meanwhile it would be splendid to have  her at Aikenside as Lucy's and his  ,' friend. Nothing could be nicer, awl  Guy did not care to have this little  arrangement spoiled But that the  doctor had an idea of spoiling it, he  had not a doubt, particularly after the  doctor's  next   remark.  "I have not seen Maddy since last  spring, you know. Is she very much  improved'"  "Yes, very much. There is no more  stylish-lookintr girl to be seen on  Broadway than Maddy Clyde," and  Guy shrink down his pantaloons a  little   awkwardly  "Well, i** she as handsome as she  used to be. and as childish ,in her  manner?1' the dor-tor asked; and Guy  replied:  "I took her to the opera once, last  month, and the many admiring  glances cast at our box proved pretty positively that Maddy's beauty  was not of the ordinary kind "  "The opera1" the doctor exclaimed;  "Maddy Clyde at the opera1 What  would her grandfather say' He is  very  puritanical, you  know."  "Yes,-1 know! and so is Maddy,  too. She wrote and obtained his consent before she's go with nie. He  won't let her go to the theatre."  Here an interval of silence ensued,  and then the doctor began again. Y'  "Guy, you told me once you were'1  educating Maddy Clyde for me,,arid-1'  tried then to make you think I didn't  care; but I did, oh, so much! Guy,  laugh at me, il you pleiise. I cannot  blame you if you do; but the fact is,  I believe I've lo*/ed-Maddy Clyde ever  since that time she.was so sick. At  all events, I love her now. and I was  going down there this very afternoon  to tell her so. She's old enough. She  was sixteen last October, the���the���"  "Tenth day," Guy responded, thus  Bhowing that he, coo, - was keeping  ���   Maddy's age.  "Yes, the tenth day," resumed the  dbctor. "There's 'most eleven years'  difference between us, but if she feels  at all as I do, .she will not care, Guy,"  and the doctor began to talk earnestly : "I'll be candid with you, and Bay  that you have sometimes made my  heart ache a little."  "��X* i"- uj^sl -j-ii-'i   i;.j*2 ~��vfm._ critn-  week in its duration Neither the doctor nor Guv had b��en near,.her. and  capricious little Maddv had made herself believe, that the former was sadly remiss ui his duty, inasmuch ns  he had not seen her for so long. He  had been in the habit of calling every  'week, her grandmother said and this  did not tend to increase her amiability.' Whv didn't he come now when  he knew" she was at home? Didn't  he want to see,her? Well, she .could  be indifferent, too, and when they  met. she'd show how little she cared '  Maddv was getting to be n woman,  with" womanly freaks, -as the reader  will readilv see. At Guy she was not  particularly piqi-f'd' She did not take  his attentions as a matter of course;  still she thought mote of him, if possible, than of the doctor, during those  five days, savimr to herself each morning: "He'ir'surelv come to-day," and  to herself each iricht- "He will be  here to-morrow." She had something  to shov him at lastr���a letter from  Lucv Atherstone. who had gradually,  come to be hei regular correspondent,  and whom Maddv had learned to love  with all the intensity of her girlhood. To her ardent imagination  Lucv Atherstone was but a little.lower than the angels, ,and the pure,  sweet thoughts contained in every' letter were doing almost as much to-  wurd molding her character as Grandpa Markham'r piayers and constant  teachings. Maddy did not know it  but it was these letters frdrfT Lucy  which kept her from loving Guy Remington. She could not for a moment  associate him with herself when Mie  so constantly thought of him as the  husband of another, and that other  Lucy   Atherstone. Not   for   worlds  would Maddy have wronged the pen-  tie creature who wrote to her so confidingly of Guy, envying her in that  she could so often see his face and  hear his voice, while his betrothed  was separated from him by many  thousand miles. Littie by little it  had come out that Lucy's mother was  averse to the match, that she had in  her mind the case of an English lord,  who would make her daughter "My  Lady"; and this was the secret of  her deferring so long her daughter's  marriage., In her last letter 4.o Maddv, however. Lucys-had. written with  more than her usual spirit that she  would come in possession of her property ori her twenty-fifth birthday.  She should then feel at liberty, to act  for herself,, and she launched out into joyfiri -anticipations of the (time/-,  when she should, come to Aikenside  and meet her-dear Maddy Clyde. Feeling that, Guy, if.-he did not1 already  know if, would be glad to hear it.  Maddy had all the morning been  wishing he would come; and when  slip saw him at the gate she ran out  to meet him, her eyes and face sparkling with eatrcr' joy as she suffered'  him to retain h>>r hand while she  said: "I am so glad to see you. Mr.  Remington; I almost thought yo-i  had forgotten rue at Aikenside, Jessie  and   all."  Guy  began  to exclaim  against  any  one's' forcettintr  hor,   and   also  to  ex  rires.s   his   pk-nsiui*   at-  finding   her  so  L'hid to see him when Maddy interrupted  him  with, ".ph.' it's not that;  I'vf  soirietbhie  to  show   you ��� sometliinr  which  will   make you very happy.    1  h��d   a   ]oi*r��r   f-*r��.-*-t   T.i'ov   k*r.1   ri'rht  Whim   ���:!..���  i^.w    --ti'-nv.-1 . J**-' U -H -l-V  her" o^riUTr"' *.*��� yoU^.Tu-.-, VtXT'Zte  means to be mairied in spite of her  mother���she   savs���let   me   see"���and  ' drawing from  her bosom  Lucy s  let-  ��� ter  Maddv read, ",'T do not intend-tp  i fail   in   filial   obedience,   but   I   have  1 tried   dear   Guy's   patience   long   en-  I o'v-h, and as soon as T can, I shall  marrv him.' Isn't it nice-" and te-  turni'ng the letter to its hiding place  Maddv scooped up in hoi hand and  ate some of the snow beside the path  "Yes, it was very* nice," Guy admitted, but there was a shadow on his  biow as he followed Maddy into the  cottage, where the lunatic, who had  been watching them from the window, shook his head doubtfully and  said, "Too young, too young for you,  voung man. You can't have our Sunshine, if you want her." <���  ' "Hush. Uncle Joseph," Maddy  whispered, softly, taking his arm and  laving it around hc-r neck. "Mr Remington don't want me He is engaged  to an English girl across the sea."  Low0 as Maddv'* words were. Guy  heard them, as well as the crazy man s  reply, "Engagements have been broken."  ., That was the first time the possibility had ever entered Guy's brain .that  his engagement might be broken, provided he "wished it. which he did not.  he said to himself positively. Lucy  loved him, he laved Li:cy. and that  was enouerh, <-o in a kind of abstracted manne'r, arising from the fuctyhat  he was calculating how lone it would  ho   biifore   Lucv   was'twentv-five.   he > ,    ������ ���       ��� _  how she had spent hei time,'and so  forth. This leiniiided Maddy of the  doctor, who, "she ��aul., had not been  to see 'her  ut all.  * "He was coining, this .morning.'  Guy rejoined, "but f, persuaded him  to "defer his call1 until you were at  Aikenside; Miave come to take you-  back with-me, as we are'to have a  party day aftei to-morrow evening,  'and 'I. wish'y'ou to bs present."  ��� A party, a big party; such,as Maddy  had never in her lifcf" attended!   How  her ,eyes sparkled  from ' mere antici-'  patioii   as she, looked   appealingly ' to  ,her grandfather, who, though classing  parties  with ,the pomps and vanities  ciom which lie would shield his child,  still   remembered   that   he   once   was,  voung,   that   fiftv   years  ago  he.   too.  ;ike Maddy, wanted "to see the ,fol!y  'of it," and not take the mere word ol  older' people     that   in   every   festive  scene there" was a pitfall) strewn over,,  so .thickly with roses that it, was oft-  times ' hard    to   tell  ,just   where \ its,  boundary   line ��� commenced.'     Beside?  that.' grandpa'had ^faith-in'Guy. 'and  so his'consent was granted,, and Maddy was soon on,hor way to Aikenside  which   presented  a gayer, .busier  ap-'  pearance1 than  she' had   ever   known  before.    Jessie was wild with deliffht  dragging forth at once .the pink dresf  which she was to wear." and 'whisper  ing to   Maddy that  Guy y had   bought  a  dark   blue  silk   for ,her,  and 'the'-  Sarah 'Jones-was at that moment- fath  ioning  it after \a dress left there'by  Maddy ithe   previous  summer.',"-,    ^  "Mother, ,said plain white muslin  was more appropriate' for a younp,  sirl; but' 'Brother, .Gu'y said. ho; the  blue1 sill? wouldCbe .useful after> the  party;-it was what .yoii needed., and  so he bought it and, paid a dollar-arid'  three-quarters a-yard, but it's a se--  cret untiyvon are called to try it'.on.  Isn't Guy'splendid?"        ,'   ���   <  ' He was 'indeeel splendid.' Maddy  thoucht.- wonderine'-'why he was so  -cihd\o hTor.,and'if it would be so when  -Lucv-came/"The "dress-.fitted -admir-,  ably,-'only s- Maddy -thought grandpa  would say it was too(low ih the neck,  but Sarah overruled her objections,  assisted by Guy. who, when'the dress  was i completed .and  tried   on  for the  last time",  was called in  by Jessie to  'see if "Maddv's neck didn't look just  like cheese curd," and if "she should  have. a  piece sewed   on   as, she  suggested."   The neck  wa.s  au  fait,  Guy  said,   laughing  at   Maddy   for   blushing-so, and, saying, when he saw how  really distressed she-seemed, that he  would provide her with something to  . relieve' the   bareness     of   which   she  complained. .  "Oh,   I   know,'I  saw,   I  peeked in  the box," Jessie began,  but Guy put  his    hand    over    the    little -,tattler's  mouth, bidding,.her keep the result of  her peeking to herself.  And   for   once   Jessie   succeeded   in  doing so, although  she several  times  set  Maddy   to guessing   what  it  was  Guy had for hw m a Jx>x ���  As the size  of the box was not mentioned, Maddy  had- fully   made   up   her   mind   to  a  Shawl  or  scarf,  and  was proportionately disappointed  when, as she was  dressing for the party, there was sent  up  to  her  room  a small  round  box,  scarcely large enough to hold an apple,   much   less   a  small   scarf.     The  present   proved   to   a   pair   of   plain,  but heavy  bracelets,  and a most exquisitely   wrought   chain   of   gold,   to  which was appended a beautiful pearl  crosB,   the   whole   accompanied   with  thg wqrd.s, J'From Guv."   *  (To be Continued.)   '  KEPT  HER  PROMISE.  Says Home-Made Mixture Is Easily  Prepared, and Cures Weak Kidneys apd bladder,. <"'  '���Here",is a simple home-made mixture, as given by an eminent authority on* kidney diseases, who makes  ther statement' in a Montreal dully'  newspaper, that It will relieve almbst  any ease ''of. Kidney trouble if taken  before the stage 'of Bright's d'sease,  He states "that such - symptom/*!!/ as  lame back, pain in the. side, frequent  desire to urinate, especially,at night;  painful and discolored,'urination, lire  readily ' overcome. ' Here is the .recipe;'try. it: ��� ' ,  s.Fluid Extract "Dandelion, one-half  ou'nce;, Compound Kargon,,one ounce;  Compound* Syrup Sarsapar.illa, three  ounces '. Take, * a '.teaspoonful after  each meal and at bedtiriie. ' ,  ' A'-well-known"1 druggist, is authority  that these ingredients "are all .harmless and easily4 mixed at home -. by'  shaking-'well in, a-bottle. -ThiE* mixture has'',a' -peculiar .healing, "and  soothing effect'''upon the entire"'Kidney 'and^Urinary structure,''and often  overcomes, tho wor&t'.forfns.of Rheumatism in] just a, little ,while.- 'This  mixture is'said to remove-all blood'  'disorders ' and .''cure 'the' Rheumatism  by'forcing, the. Kidneys to filter*, and  strain from tlije" blood and system-, all  uric''acid and foul, decom posed 'waste  'nfatter,' which cause these affections.  Try, if if you, aren't well. Save-!the  prescription.' ^ s -.-  -     *" \���' '    -,  1 AtTthe'-endt',bf-othe-liursefy .dinner  'shared by-Tomjand Dick'.thei-e.came "a  dish of fruit'which bore but one'apple.  Straightway,.Tom' began',;to wail. '. y(l  ' "Now, what is the matter?" said his-  inother.' .".What are'^ you crying,'for  now?" -���":.,',' , y>"''.<, >; --! *,,,.���  ' "Because,"' said**Tom with mourn-  ,ful dignity,', "because there'is no^'ap-  ple'dfor'-Di'ckj'VLondon. Telegrapiu ,  ,    , "    ,, ,.     *'���'.���: (���  - [ So" popular, is.'. Bickle-s - >Vhti-Con-  sumptive Syrup"-as,a medicine-in the  treatment of 'colds and coughs or ailments of the throat, due to exposure_  to draughts, or, sudden- changes of  temperature, that druggists and ,all  dealers .in patent medicines keep supplies on hand ,to. meet the demand.  It is pleasant to take and the use of  it guarantees freedom from throat and  lung diseases. ^ <  Cook���A fellow spends a lot of  money foi Christmas presents, and  what "has he to show for it5  Hook���Pawn tickets usually.   .  6he Wasn't Much of a Politician, but  Sho Was Truthful.  Mrs. Eliot sighed so deeply as she  took out her. hatpins that her husband  looked up from the evening paper. * I  don't believe I've any bent for poll-  tics." she said In response to' his Inquiring glance. "Every time'there'll  an election of officers of tbe club 1 get  into some kind bf mess, try as 1 may to  avoid It'      ,    .   '  "You see, Harry," she continued con-,  fidlngly, "1 don't really care a fig who  la,In office so long as I'm not I like  all tbe members very well, and I'd as  lief have one as another president or  secretary or on committees. ',  "I have ho favorites- I'm truly Impartial. But that won't' work. If you  belong to'a woman's clnb you are forced to sweat and agonize over candidates:' You must be partisan or be out  with both sides. -\.        ', ,   ,  "You know Mre. George has been  president for four years, and. every  year' Mrs." Tufts has tried to get Mrs.  George out and herself In. About a(  week ago she came' to me and said she  was sbre of the nomination if I would  ' vote for ber.' Would-1? I thought it  over and said I would, for I admire  Mrs. Tufts immensely, she Is so lovely  and charitable'. -       ,   / "   .  ,  "Today, just before balloting. Edith  Reynolds came to me and said I must  voto   for Mrs.  George.    Edith said'I  owed it to her���you,know sho helped'  me make over  my  blue foulard and.  canned all those peaches, for me when  cook burned her hand.' _  , '��� '*  "Everybody    wanted -Mrs.,/ George,'  < Edith said, and If I voted for her she  would got,the nomination.,   I thought  it over und said I would vote for ber.  I admire and'respect her very much.  She Is so witty andoforclble when she  ' presides, and .she speaks French beautifully,   and   I   thought It  everybody  -wanted her It was only .proper thar���,  ���'   "Do.you mean that'you, promised to  vote for both?;' ihtermpted'Mr; Eliot..  ,  A'Yes; I  promised-Mrs. Tufts; as   I*,  .have just said, and I,promised;'Edith  because"���'   4���,"     ''/...     -,     - ',  ;. ','But you-'clldh'.t- actuallys, voto  for  .      , ���   ���,   ,.  ���      * y   ,,,      .  PAINS AND ACHES  OF  THE AGED  DR. CHASE'S RIDHEY-LIVER PILLS  You  d,o  not  feel ,so young, au  you  pv by, the use of Dr. ^hn  used   to.    The  joints  any a  bit  stiff.   Liver Pills   '     '  l*. dirt.  Mr.  Jaineu J.   Jensen, <>l>i,s,  \i<a  writes-,   "I   have   been   trouble.  Cttr  And, you   have  dull   heavy  pains  in  the back and limbs,  with attacks of  ihetimatism.  it may  he. ' / '     ;side"rably \vith~lawei   hiu-k,  ^\WiA  It  i��  possible you  have  Jo��>w  ouj  nUp[JOS/ca-nie^ror��� deia...-,-.,,,!   \  that  the cause of iioubie rests wjth  "."*l ���.:..������..-  fl"nd   i   j,,u,���   ....,,,;  the  sluggish, .ction   of   the ^"^-KeVoS ateatin^t th t'\tt  ISSTbS SS^Wd^Li^ VnS  P,on*pt.und^ff,ctivcyVc,,,i,,, ��  you have not tested the rno-t effective  ti eminent for these conditions.      '    '  Dr Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills ���arc  a cwnfoit to the aged,- largely ,l>ecauSe  of Ihelr' unique combined action' on  tha whole"excretory system. ,  Constipation and biliousness,can no  longer exist whew the 'liver is enlivened to action by the use of this great  medicine. ,   ,  Kidney '.derangements and backache  likewise disappear when the , kidneys  ore invigorated and an occasional'dose,  of these pills ensur(s<j���the elimination,  of uric acid from the fevstem.      n  Almost daily we hear'of aged people whose' pains and aches nav^been  overcome and  whose, life  has  , been   ~,  made more comfortable and more hnrj- (Toronto.  both.  1 ' "Why, of course-1, did," Harry. ,1 may  not beamuch ,oC a.'politician, but I" waa,  brought- up",?to keep "my word," Bald  Mrs.-Eliot, wlth'dlgnlty.   "-">"/  * v, "  ailment as Dr. Chase's Knl'ii y.|,-Vtr  Pills. At two different tinu��� "m m  life this preparation'lum -'nUn-lv ni*-.  ed xii'e. of this trouble, '-iiid-T-i- \^  ���xears.I.have found it, nniii'i.v*,-.irv 4-,  \i-te, ai\y medicine whate-.ci I fo^'  it my duty to" addlhis .������hilenient v,,j  the .many, others which I( ^t- m rN  comnieiulation of this excellent uifJi-  cine."      ;  _,   >" ' .  In every family theie 1- mv,| ,{  just" such "n medicine as Ih Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills to cui�� co\ir{>[a.  tioh/ backache,, hiliousne^, ii'ilt?.*  tion and '/revenf dangerou^'riii-l (an!  diseases of the, 'kidney--.,, and Wfl.  One pill tt dose, 25 cents a hot, (ittj  dealers,, or  ICdtnuiu-on*,  Hut"- a. tV, '  ��� .'     /-Vi  - rr  'queer ;;bequests!*;  < A.  The  8,000,000  Pe-ru-na   Almanac   in  . Homes  The l Perunn Lucky Day Almanac  has become a-fixture in over'eight  million homes. It can be obtained  from all druggists free. Be sure to  mquLie early. The 1908 almanac is'  already published, and the supply  will soon be exhausted. Do not .put  it .off.'  Speak for one today.    '.  "Pa, did vou ever hear money talk?"  * "Yes."    " '       T     '  "What did it'say?"     -    ' ,'    ,  "'Good-bye'."��� Chicago Record-  Ilerald.  The Appreciative  Word.  This old world would be a happier  place if we. made It a habit to tell our  friends of the nice things we hear  about them. We all know how pleasant It In to bear things of that sort.  The employer who appreciates and  occasionally praises the work of Ills  employee gets far better results than  the one who never takes the trouble to  recognize the well meant efforts of  'hose whom he employs.  It Is so in every kind of work.  The mistress who praises work well  done earns the affection and williug  service of those she employs. Do not  oraise where no praise Is clue, but keep  your eyes open, and you will find  something praiseworthy In almost ev-  >ry one.  Golden   Thoughts   Fop  the  Week.  : Monday.���An botiest man Is  always  1 child: '���',."- S   .;  y .,-'..���   -.-  Tuesday.���No age: /is shut against  great genius.-,  Wednesday.���By the stubble you may  guess the grain;  Thursday.���He that helps the evil  hurts the good.  Friday.���Grief Is satisfied and car  ried off by tears.  Saturday.���How l�� he greater than I  If he is notjHiore just?  . Sunday.���The ��� world    has    not   yet  learned the riches of frugality.  Minard's  thdria.  Liniment     Cures ���* Diph-  CHAFING   DISH   COOKERY.  An Easy Way to Prepare Light and  Dainty Meals.  Tbe chafing dish is most useful for a  number of cooking purposes. It Is specially designed for use 011 the table in  order to prepare light, hot dishes suitable for breakfast, luncheon or supper.  The chafing dish is admirably adapted  for cooking scrambled eggs, stirred  ogc;s. omelets, pancakes, stewed oysters, creamed lobster; also for broiling  cutlets, chops and small llllets, for  cooking sweetbread ,ragout, for stewing tomatoes, mushrooms, etc.. It will  be round exceed I ii-dy iircfui.  The chilling dish will also be found  a useful adjunct to the sickroom, ns by  Its help various roo-.l preparations can  be cooked or kept hot. No up to date  housekeeper should be without a chafing dish. Iiee.'inse Its resources are almost unlimited.  A chafing dM> set-comprises besides  the dish and co*.er a tray or stand or  In case of a silver dish both, fork,  spoon, skimmer and u slice or turner,  together with a flagon to hold the alcohol.     -"        . ��� .'    ';..'���      '       Y   .  Odd'Notions .That Aro'Aired .In. Last  -'.Wills and Testaments/     '_*'-','a  , Duchess'Dudley,*'dying In 1C55, flett'  ?50O per annum "for the redemption ot  poor Engllsh'.Christlaji slaves from,the-  hands of "the, barbarous Turk," and In  the *year .1723 Thomas Belton of-Hor-  toh"proved his'enmity-toward*his' own  kith-and' bin by cutting off hlsthree  ''sons^md^hls"brothervTtmothy ,with a  shilling apiece, * w^allo he ^showed hia  ��� sympathy "forlhis  distressedscountry-  "men'by leaving the'bulk of bis property,   abbut, ?125,000,\ In- trust to the  Ironmongers'., company. ""One-half^of,  .the'interest of this large amount he'dl-.  rected should be-expended,in,ransom-'  Ing'.British  subjects ' from |1 slavery,. In  Turkey4 or' Ba'rbary.'" y. if - -" "v,    ', V.',  ...An .olddady, of 'Barton, -Llncolnshlrcr  being once'benighted on the  Lincolnshire  wolds,* jv.as' able  to  direct her  steps by,the sound of. the curfew, bell  '.from'St* Peter's church. 'In grateful  remembrance sb'e conveyed a,piece of  land  of  thirteen- acres to the  parish  clcrk���and his successors on condition  that they and he ring the' bell from 7  to S p. tn. daily, Sunday excepted, from  the carrying of the first load of barley  until   Shrove   Tuesday.   ' The .curfew  bell  is still rung In England In some  places lii accordance withhold bequests.  Some persons had a curlons predllec-  Uon for their own names--a * predlleo  tion which found ��� vent occasionally. In  a  puerile   manner.    Thus  one  Henry  Green  left   his   estates  to  his  sister,  with the proviso that she should give  four green vests lined with green galloon to ,four poor men every Christmas,  and hts*fellow townsman Gray directed that six "nobles" should  be spent  annually In providing six old''women  with vests" of gray cloth and 40 shll-,  lings In providing,three old men with  coats ot  the  same  materiaL���London  Globe.        ____J_ -  Something  More Interesting.  The old" darky was having his eyea  tested for glasses. After the oculhst  had put up several cards of Itoman  letters, which the negro vainly endeavored to call-oil correctly, he looked  over at the oculist and asked, with  some disgust:  "Whar's do use In lookln' at dem  flags?" .  "With them I'm trying to find out  how fir you can see distinctly," returned the eye specialist.  "Waal," declared the old darky, on-  satisfied, "dey ain't wuth tryln' tf  make out Put up er watennllllonr���  Bohemian.   Tho Origin of tho Holy Stone.  At the reformation, when tho Church  of St  Nicholas at Yarmouth was despoiled, the carved stones ot muny of  the monumeuts, both in the church and  outside In the g.-aveyard, were shipped  off,  some  to  Newcastle  to  be turned  Into  grindstones  and  some  on  board  the ships of the royal navy of the day  to   bo   used   In   scouring   the   decks,  ' whence, it Is Interesting to know, the  ! seamen's term "holystoning the deck"  ' takes Its origin.���London Standard.  ������ '^Dishonorable1 Mentiony    -.-.','  "Heard a fellow mention.ine today  in. connection , with  tlie Presidency."  '"No?"' "Fact':-   Said ,'na- dub  of,my  type, would do."---Louisville  Courier-,  Journal.      y, r ,-,'���,,"'.  ���       ~_  '   *> '      ,  ,       , ,    -  ���  r. To-Prevent vis"Better Than "to''Re-;  pent,���A little tnediciner,in ,the shape  ,of -the * wonderful -pellets'; which" are  known as' ParmeleeV Vegetable Pills",  admfniu'teretl nt��� the 'proper, time*-and  *"jth.'!.tlie\ directions 'adhered to often  ���proventvn serious attack of. sickness  and save money' which 'would go to the  doctor." Jn sail iriegula'rities 'of'sthe  digestive Jorgans'<Hhey'>are an, invnlu-'  able corrective I arid by 'cleansing- the  blood Whey*-clear;%lhe' jskhr bf' imperfections.,',t*, ���.-. - ' . ,*j.,--, -.-y^Mf   .-  '.-j..1 yy-'* n 1���-������^.c,'i-,i. "af  b JLibhAellCallalian;'a section boss for  tlie"- Southern'''Eailiroad-*.in the JxUle  towi ,ol Ludlo^MCy.,:has a,keen Gaelic, wit. .Oue^wanh afternoon1 while  wftlking- along-the- railroad tracks, -he  idurida section lmnd���placidly. sleeping  beside"'the rails.' Callahan.looked,disgustedly at?the,delinciuehrforAa full  minute and' then' remarked*, -�� -  ,->'!Slape on; ye-,lazy'spalpeen, slape,  on ;fur 'ai^long' as you slape:you ve  go(" a jab,, but'.when you/wake.up^you  aia''t  got,-none-"���r.ippt"cott'a.;* .    ��  /,���,''"-���-   ThscHarvesters  The youths who, riows "wild oaf., '^  true;     -    ' .' * ,  Must reap'as he hath town", ���  But-then-his'father ought u. du  Some'threshing of his own  * 'A    '    ��.     >Y���Catholic 'hme.i  " 7** ij-       r ���*     *, ������"��..���   ' i*    .        ',���, . *    I  'M Pains',  Like the'Poor, A*<��( ,M����yii  'With', Us;1-Thaf.'portion. of maiiVJ/fr  \vhich"i^'npt made-up of,picture, h  largely, com posed''of- pnin, ainf'jo Vm  free irom' pain is ,'ft pleasure.  SiwyW}  remedies *afcualways'rthe1best1in Vu^v-  ing bodily .piiini and a safe, ��ure will  pimple''-' remedy -. is" Dr.;Glioma'*' U,  lectric, Oil. ,. Y6u '.cannot. do .wi'mj!  in giving ,it ^Ttriar.when" re'quirt-d    1  ���>: 'church'^Sdi" .CL'erg't.  Ith  I'd  Ik  aia't  got,-none  -   ^ .    ') /.'-^ r ^  ''        " ��  ��� ENOLISH.'8PAVIN ' LINIMENT . romoTM  all hard, .soft or calloused Iuu.p8��� and  blemishes .from- horses. , bloody Bpavin.'  curbs, splints, ringbone, .aweoney. BtiHos.  Wains,*-sore,and 8wollexi,��,throat coaRhs,  etc Save $50 by tiBe of one bottle." Vi ar  'rioted' the  mo8t. wonderful 'Blemish; Oure  avor. known.  a7  A, A 'Doctor'^. Wonderful  Discovery.;*",''  ' f.What glvcsipromlse .ofsbolng ono.'of  ,the most  uenedfial discoveries^ In Uhe  history" "of ^tbe^Avorld ...was,,' modeRtlVi  suggested by .'nr^.Alljfert'Calmette.* di|  rector "of the'P.-ts'tetir instltute-at^LUICf?  France. In the cours��j dfanaddresa t>^  fore , the luteriiatlonal conference " on  tuberculosis -In- Vienna., >,Uh "reported  ftj'nt '.he-,,had ^b'eerii able' to" renderial^  the animals used, for exfcrlment at^tho  Institutes-cattle,^ sheep'and guinea pigs  -Immane. against the most formidable  doses of tuberculosis vlrusHrthat ls^to  saj',' the Immunization has been com  plete for, the ' eleven " months during  which,they have been under observation. It-It be,provcd that It ,ls.permanent or that It lasts even for a period  of only a few yeans and that a similar  treatment, may, be. applied 10 human  beings', the 'Importance of this little  heralded discovery can hardly' be over*  .'estimated.���I^slie's Weekly.     ' 1  -The! three   minor  denominations  'Methodists who have-just cohsolidat  -ln."Eiig!arfd make* a church of *18O,0  ^members.     - _ y *_ -. ���', *-j -  ,*"-  '. "Moving pictures and songs, with  rial science class. Is'a part, of the Sui  day  serA-Icea of "the Theodore  Parte  .Memorial church at Bostony <>," *   ,  '^During the.past' year*581' men wen  Admitted to'tbe.ndiilstry'of the Chun  of  England where" j. dozen years a;  the numbers-ail over 800,11 ui hi ally  'The,Methodist, Episcopal mluistersi  Boston'arc, tojseud  delegates to to  Ceutral   Uiix>r union whoftwill havel  voice In the proceedings, bur 11O vote.  V"'Tht*;cantoii' of *G'eiievu. .Swltzerlan-l!  following-; lu ^'tlie f;o��rtsvteps' of J?*"**  will divorce'state und church ou Juiul**  'lUOOVnwhen a  lnw,Jrecently , passed  tliat effecfwlll* become orjcratlve.  S5.e  *,  Jpne\<  Iriinde  yy^SEWlNG^HINTS'.  Boot Polish.  Mix well and boll slowly together  two ounces of fine glue, four ounces of  logwood chips, two drains of bichromate of potash, one dram of powdered  Indigo, two drams of gum tragacanth,  two ounces of glycerin, one pint of  vinegar nnd one-half pint of rain wafer. Strain .through muslin and bottle  until wanted. This polish la absolutely  harmless to kid.  W.    N.    IJ.    No.   671.  . " '   ''      App.e  Dumpling*. . *  Peel and core aa many applea  As your appetite may  wish.  Six or eight���perhaps a dozen -  That would  be a generous dish.  Make a dough like butter biscuit.  Roll It thin: with skill und care  Place an apple lightly on It:  Take your knife and cut It square���  tju-ge enough  to fold your fnill lo��� ?  Then within the vacant,space  Of th<��, core", a bit or butt��r,!( v  *   CIniUunon and-sugar place.' ' "  Draw your square up well together.  Finch it gently on tho top.  Bo your dough will be protected.  I^est the cooking Juices pop.  ,  ���When your apples are all covered  -   Tako a fork and prick them throurh.  Twill prove better in the baking,  Half �� dozen tlmea will do.  Bake them slowly and while cooking  Take of sugar just a cup  And a modest lump of butter  And with light hand cream them up.  Adding extract, and  your hard sauce  Set on Ice lo harden mora.  1,1ft your apples from the oven.*  And your labor* will be o'er  Serve them hot���the sauce adds flavor.  And each dumpling, firm and brown,  to a practical achievement,  Atkla a Jewel to iour ornwn.  ' *Wien/making-.n , sklrt^It'ls aJu*  best to'try Jt'on first tlme'on* the wsJ  slde^tlieiirreverse,-It^a'u(l finish' oe%|  right side.     '     ' ' <��* ^!''. , *.     '   I  Needles should never'^be kept In _f��|  nel'llned  iieedlebooks, as sulphur*"  ten enters, Into-the composition of ft  materlaU * Sulphur Invariably mstsj'  'needles'in time. "*     t>    '   ''  Metal" eycs';whlch 'protrude  be50'4  the edge of the material���where a h��.  and eye fastening^ Is employed���shou  always   be  carefully   and 'neatly ��S  ered with buttonhole stitching^ .'  Bent" pieces   of   whalebone   can'  strengthened' by' being placed hi  co  water for>>two, or'thrce^ hours.' Th  will'make them pliable.".They she  then be pressed under,it heavy.w,ei  :md' 1  -_._ied  Sto genre  ^tarrh.  if positive  ftraterni  Itlonal  Ijalltreat  I'on^lnte  Iblood a  IthMeby  IdiaUasc.  ���juil  frici  LOB :  aa ����S 1  , i��y  ieconom  ot&he  MaKe a Frame Houst|  ���  LooKLIRe Stone  feat  PEDLAR  ' Byf��r lh�� inot��-dur��bI��-.- om! Bsbllr o*"1  EnWi for iny hoo��e���m��k�� it w��nn�� -oi"  cookr wram��T�����w��*��U*ct-pfooIilt���btlp�� ��'"  &re-proof loo���diAt*!  ART aj��l  S ,1   D   IN"  HunA-wfc of pittenu. lo wit tn*> >d=�� j-ou Kit.  perfoct Imll.lion oi bocl. cut ,"01,"1  '"'} "J  ft.    C0.1 \nx ll.��n you'd lK.nk l�� .u<h "��,  Send (of ihe book .boul  oie��fcre m��l��l f">"^5  til m��l�� of (tracturo.    lul-RtE.   Addr��  The PEDLAR Peoplo     i��  Onhawa Mmitrml   OtUw* Thronfn Lnn  on W Innl^  '���  - Moles as Mesmisrists.  '. IJke the squirrel a'ndsome other animals, the mole lays.up a store of food  ! during tbe autumn months. A curl:  '! ous and interesting feature hi relation  I to-this storage.'Is. that the mole does  ��� hoc kill the worms It collects, but stu-  . penes them In such a manner that they  do not. attempt to escapes��� Countrj  Life.    '��� '   ���-". .. '���;..  Like the -Parrot.  .-��� "Thumper- occasionally   says  things  that   are   woiiilerl'iilly   apropos,"   said  one statesman.  "Yon." answered the other; "he's like  our pai-rot at-home. It doesn't know  much, hut wlml It does know It keeps  repeating until some circumstance  arises that makes the remark seem  marvelously apt." '   ������ ~t*?��tff��|glrl  ��� 1 ,    ptof^iimp  For outdoor work,|\kf #��t  every day wear,fe|g!i��;  r   walking   andfelf;  ivmg, Elmira JreltgggJBm  Shoes are the warin-j^  est, easiest, lightestg|  and  most comfort-g  able of all footwear.  The trade niark, shown abo*��.  Is on the sole of every genin"  Elmira Felt Shoe and SlipP-" , ^ _  Look for it whenever you bl,f ^ "  A good way to get on in the world  Is to make people think you are doing  'tt.���New York Press.  E  MADE IN WINNIPEG, the Lion on the  ticket is your guarantee of quality. They  cost no more than the ordinary kind. OF HEAD  lieved in a Short  ch Pe-ru-na Relieved in a Short  Time. "  ���u' - ,A,ti%.  THE LEADER, MO^IE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  BEDLAM LET LOOSE.  15?  WEIGHING GHOSTS.  S-'.VUJJ  m  e  s.niyuy .vyamggwgj^&l  SUSIE' M. ' KINGSWORTH,  iuebec St., London, Ont.; writes:  1 began using Peruna last-Janua-  n,'  LI.  tl  {���( Always  naiiVJ/'fr  cii-,urc, h  u;J' 1o Vm  >. Siwyk  t-in Ui.y  our*; will  imat' IV  Jo wh  quirwl  RGT.  y y '  sat Ions ��  ii solids;,  of '180,0  i.' with  f the Scare  I-arkf,  * *f '    ,  men we  he Olninrj  years a?  HiiaHy  iluistersf  tes  to t!��  ���ill havfl  nO vote, j  ivltzerlan-ij!  of .J'jwnttl  Kill J 10.1]  , pasKed !  alive.  Is ajifj  "the �������[  Ish' ots%|  2}pt In _f��g  lulpbur <j  ion of fs  y rusts il  de beyo'4  lere a h��5  ���ed���shou  icatly &r\  ug.  4  ie   caned In  co  iurs. '  TK  hey she  Lyy_v^eli  nose  and,head were all stop-  p,'6o that I.could hardly get'my  "th.    I- thought at times    that �� J  smother, especially, at "'night. -'  lave ��� no trouble' with that- now.  oise in  my head has' all -disap-  ,*r1 *' V* ,' "       .'  'know 'Peruna' will' do 'just\,what  'iy it does.' I ''cannot praise  P��  [tbo' highly, ,aa , it  has ,-done Ysn  riitie:    I hope- myo"letter wHl  [ier'is"fferers."' &< �� - i.A t ��� -��� ,  .       _._.' J7 Kountz, 1015 Scovel'St.,  ISaSlvBUe. .Tennessee,  writes:'  ', -*-     '���  ^X^jwje'had.a very bad, cough near-  LJjg$v. life and .1 am forty-five ygars  have taken almost 'every^kind  l medicine" that* has Jever~been-  ut none did me much'good.1 ,'L  ave spells of .coughing,that I  I  would, cough  ,smyself "to  I took Periinai; and last winter  s winter I have. hadf no "cough  :now Ihat'Peru'na cured "me.", ^  pur,  Druggist vfor'- Free   Peruna  Almanac for ,1908.    At,* ..  '/    ���- -      i   r -     J     *   *- * i*>    <ii-i  ~  "i ~,\ ��,.��i.   .-t. j-    ij   -*���,i ���    tongue/?   but   what   seemed   to   be  �����u,.x had,sucha bad coi.and   .        -J.;    incoherent   abble of sylla.  d not get,anythmg to help me. ���   bleg .foe   ��Para_gar!--para*-gara-  rabba^-gabba���para ��� gaba��� gabba���  cara���gabba." ,    -T'his'" seemed 'to  be ,  a what the little meeting .had, been wait-  ,ing-,for, and  there  begau''a fusillade  of- praying' and incoherent,  sounds,  which, sounded pitiful' enough.    ,  - ,Mr, Bakerlwaliced about expectantly'  ,'for a few moment's -while* the old-woman's gabble turned into' a murmur,"  .The     "reformed   ' worst      character"  "shouted' a prayer, while' a few "of the  kneeling, women ^ seemed to be "working .'themselves up" to a pitch of ex-  "eitement.. Others smiled at'the "pap-  pa-rappa"., gabble "of the  old   woman  andr'the .-"cackling','-chatter of a* woman'in-Sa ^corner.   , ���       / ,- ,     t-'    t, r  It was'now like a scene in Bedlam.  Men-were'beating  their*-breasts arid  women  ,were 'gabbling,   and ,it,-was.  difficult to believe .that the so-called  cloven   tongues, were  anything  but a  crazy. attempt ,<to , make  some . sound  that should seem unearthly.')     ��� / ~*  ��� For, half t an liour the  gabble'; proceeded   without   further^result,   nnd  Air.  Baker at length wound up with t  ai   ordinary   prayer' delivered   in 'a-  thoroughly sincere and simple'^way.,  Wesley   Baker   the    ^'e.Royal  Society of British Artists,  ,   to.  be   absolutely    L"1?,d��11-   . .        '       ,,     ,.       ���    .  -��--���--  -'         ���        Hie bpeaker was Mr. Geo. Spnggs,  ionceu   well-known medium, and  he  'described   tills   lemurkabie seance  as  lollows:   ,  "My clothes were taken off before  the sitting commencedr'snd weighed,  and 1 also was weighed. The same  piocedure took place after the sitting', and 1 always found that as a  result of the seance I had lost about  three pounds m weight, which it  took me three days to recover.*-"        '   .  The first spirit form who stepped  onr the scales, 'it appeared, turned the  | beam at 100 pounds, but subsided so  rapidly in weight as to prevent a successive record -being taken. Indeed,-  failing" to 'turn the scale at 80 pounds,  he.' hurriedly .retreated. Returning*  again,, his- weight' w.ib registered at  104, pounds, then 102 pounds, and  then under 100 pounds. The 20 pound  weight being then removed, he fail-"  od to turn the beam _ af; bO pounds,  "losing at least 24 pounds in weight  in about thirty  seconds."  Another spirit loim weighed 139 1-2  pounds at iiist, aud then subsidiid, to  117, pounds. . I)r. Mueller,'who wa��  present, 'said';Mr,'-Spriggs distinctly  felf the, pulsation of the forms/, '���the  medium' being  shown sitting on  his  Gures  and Colds  QUICKLY  Extraordinary Scenes at  Mission Ser- Lt    .,.        -.    . .    ,.        ---....  .,!,-  i     cu l. c ���       Startling    Stones    of   Heavy    Spirits  <  ,    vice  In Shrewsbury, Eng. j w, - . '       *. -"   '"  Merriiicton Greeii. Shrewsbury, wa3 f '   W �� L��St We,��ht" f  recently the scene of strange proceed- J A descnption of the weighing of (  uigs. Amission was conducted in the \["materialized spirit forms" at a se- i  "Gypsy Tent," and a number of vil- | ance   was   a  startling  feature   of  an ( .  lage women dW what is  now .locally .���idresb delivered  to the memberd of \ lirUfdtlS  'feiues."*"       ^        g     m     Cl0Ven.tiie   London  Spiritual^   Alliance   at     ^"S11^  I- believe   Mr.  mission. preacher,  sincere, arid his following of men and  women to be equally'simple and honest, but if one is to speak honestly,  I cannot describe the "cloven tongue" manifestations as anything but  a half-crazy delusion on the part of  people who,, for months' have been  nightly praying in- a heated and excited .atmosphere.'  , For a couple of hours or more the  service went on in a'simple, ordinary  and entiiely , admirable way, just, as  one might expect in any village community. , ,  , There was nothing to wonder at and  'nothing to cavil at.'- Men and women  gave "testimonies" in ,a sincere, unaffected and obviously deeply religious'Spirit.   ,      ,    '   '    '  .At 9.30, ,,while all were kneeling,  an oldi,woman' took up the praying,"  and a crooning chorus filled the cabin,  while Mr. Baker walked to a bench  and kneeled down, "' , ,    '    r  "Oh, my .God, hear prayer!" .he  cried. -At length,the old woman began  speaking7 in  what is   called the  ,^'t7se Siulob'i Cure  vJfor the worst cold,  the sharpest cough  ���try it on a guar-  antee of your  money back if it  doesn't actually  CURE quicker  than anything you  ever tried. Safe to  take,���nothing in  it to hurt even a  baby. 34 years of  success coi*��mend  Shiloh's  Cure���'���   L  THE   HOT   WATER   CURE.  1  |She  KnewUhe   Formula,  ranger.^approached a. little girl  ls, sonn/ewhat accustomed to-in-  vs,   with -.the-, usual -, .question,'  i's lyour name, -little  girl?"  jUittle ^giriy without looking .up'  Iier.sand   pile,-    replied:���"My  gs Edith/ and I'm*4. .'She's'my  |ister; her. name's Mildred,and  . I don't want,;to go jvith you  .your, .little girl; and" I" know  I't steal-'"my little'"' sister."���  " Weekly: *���> ���'-   .     "���.*..-'���������  - * - - -  "y'   - **���    \~"  i  ,      *n      '     < -    '-,.-'  J's Liniment Cures Distsmpnr,  - t       ^    *      i.e... ..    *;  t Lelirated  writer .wasT asked 'by  ,on.6'foftfi5s friends why he always-wrote  ^underm'.pseudoayin.- - :    '- y --  jll'-fV,sai<l,.he; "'it i^'oiic account  ^"family,    who* are'^-prejudiced.  NEW   ANAESTHETIC   IS .FOUND.  KYis'ii gambling' house, "pfoprie-  "-Pcle-Mele, -  $1,00    REWAKD.   1100  B!r>cii.<lera'or this paper will be.pleaa-^  Itfs' learn   that   there   In   at- least*-" one  i.n.<Saed disease'.that science .has been aule  Itortmre  III all  its .Btages,  and  that, is Oa  ft��rr,h.     Hiill's   CatarrhiOure   is   the   only  sfposltive 'core   now   known  to  the   mcd.cal  firaternlty.      Catarrh    being    a-eonstitu,  I'tlonal     disease,     'requires     constitution  Falltreatment.   H��H"i f* tarrh Our* is taK  fonWnternally,   acttns:   directly   upon   the  KblMd and  mucous surfarcs of tho system.  ithere by  deatroyiiiB the foundation  of  the  KdiaUasc.   b -1   giving   the   patient  strength  "building  top   the  constitution  anil   ��9  jig   nature   In   dolne;   its   work.    Tn��  trictors have so mu.'.i f��>��h In its cur*  po-wors .that   they   offer  One  Han  Dollars for any, case that It fall-1 to  Send  for lift of tpitltnonlals.  Jdresu P. J   CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.  ^jld  by  all  Druggists.  75c  C*ke   Rail's   Family   Pills   for   constlpa- ���  Epsom "Salts    Deaden-  Nerve   Tract;  '    No Danger to  Weak   Heart:' "  . 'Anhounceraent qf  the discovery of.  *,'a ,hew", anaesthetic,.��� safer, cheaper,  and simpler'than-any hitherto,known,  ' --is"about to be .made by' the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.  Plans are under/ way for '.the- spread-  ,'ihg' of the .''important'.tidings' tofthe  medical   and <��� surgical  world  chair immediately" afterwards,'' Dr.  Motherwell also.found the beating of  the heart-to be quite* natural.*", *  >* A seance , held' in 'Cardiff was also  dealt with, at."which one',of their  "regularly "attending spirit friends, of  erect, soldierly, bearing,, who'yxceed-  ej by'somf* six .inches'the st ureof  the, medium, appared'in a long white  robe, which set off,his tall figure to  advantage."-He quitted the*room entirely, it seemed, and [ walked down-  staira,, returning in a few minutes  with a dish'of fruit, which'lie was  kind enough to hand round/ as well  as'to partake -of himself. *��� His 'great-"-  est effort, however, consisted- of his  ,quiiting , thc-hoiise,'through; a' back'  door^ and 'presently returning; to the  circle' 'room bearing*-in0''his r arms  bunches of a fuchsia bush.-;.- ��� .'  In "Melbourne,, at-one seance,-according t'd Mr.' Spriggs) a spirit form,~  dressed in a ;,white gown and -red gir-  dleydrank^,'half a'.tumbler'of water  and' ate .a'-biseuit. a i   l'J  /��� ~A Look at the Girl  "Goldheimer must be dreadfully  rich.y  "What  makes -you, think   so-;"  "I saw his .daughter, who th'ey say  id   engaged   to   a   nobleman."���Ulk.  " Nothing looks more, ugly than to see  a pe'rs'on whose hands are covered  oyer with warts. Why have these  disfigurements on-your jJerson., when  a. sure remover of all warts, corns,  etc.'; can bo found in'Holloway's Corn  Cuie. '  "How come dat man, got sich a reputation for 'wisdom w'en he never  say a,word?"  "Dat'e'^des it.- 'Folks thinks dat he  know, too much ter talk 'bout!''���Atlanta Constitution.  , Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  LONDON IN I960.  First City of the' World, With Sixteen  Million   Inhabitants.'   i  .The-' London ^Metropolitan "Water  Board''is  engaged   in trying'to   solve  theVgreat p'robtern  of, the-first  city's  w ater ^supply fifty years; hence,  when t  the population.within its area will be''  more ..than   doubled.    As' a  step   to-"  wards, the, solution 6f the problem'the  board'is jiow ^erecting in'various parts,  of .London  large 'storage reservoirs".  The   experts   of, thevWater   Board  .The new- anaesthetic is nothing else ..,���., ,_  than plain,'-common EpsonrT'salttiJ.'or, |;calcula'6e-that by��-191C,the population.  ;to giye-it-its;scientific niune/sulphate  rbf: magiiesia. * "It. wasy discovered ;-byJ  'Dr. 'Samud-l-.J'.\.,Meltzer,  bne*'of''the  Rockefeller experimenters.-,' JU-g'reat-  est value is that it.pe'rmits any (sort of  jan' operationuVithout-iany  danger1 to  the5heart' of' the'tpatient>   y�� "y,/-.  "' liitlief^iocy or, general, aria'esthesia",  it is, sa��d,,  niay'.'be  produced   by  thei  injection of,"a,twenty per cent, 'solu-'  ,tion   of   the   familiar* drug   into   the  nerve  tract governing, the   sensations  of'the part to' bq' operated upon.' K  ,, The "anaesthetic may-have still more  wonderful, properties. ^"H- may���  though tlie ' institute physicians 'are  ^almost afraid to believe this is true  ���be.nn anti-toxin for the. dread tetanus, or lockjaw. It worked out splendid results in one case of this terrible  disease,  and  will-be tried  in others.  The first test was in the case of a  man twho ^ suffered from necrosis," or  decaying of the shinbone. Dr. Melt-  zer used the anaesthetic locally, injecting a 20 per cent, solution into  a   nerve   centre , above   the   afflicted  m<m.  The  Gas Stove.  >Og yon  find  your gas stove a' real  ^economizer? If not, these may be some  'f|ine reasons: , '  fighting   burners    before    you   are  !j" to use them.'  [cinjj but one thlng'at a time,  ting .water or cooking In uncov-  esscln.  cing   small   .vessels  viipon    large  i.ers.     v . ,  ng    large    burners    when ~ small  [would do.  turning out the flame berore re-  g food.  lowering the flame when food Is  y boiling  ping   the    Interior   of   the   oven  and greasy instead of bright and  when  It  reflects  heat Instead  of  "rblng IL ' '  j point.   The, decayed  bone was scrap-  > ed away by a surgeon, while the patient looked on,  absolutely  devoid,of  pain 'or  inconvenience.     c    .  The second was a case of-leg amputation. Here it was deemed advisable to produce general anaesthesia.  The operation was performed success-'  fully, while the patient's heart-beats  continued normal.  Maple Sugar .Pralines.  maple  sugar   pralines,   such   as  ^SlffeJ'felrls at Viissar ninko. boil a pound  |^��(of-^,nmple   sugar   hi   water  enough   to  Qr;K K^keep^lt  from  burning until tbe syrup  f|%Bp1n'Sjyi thread.    Then stir in a pound  r&nt frimOfaJjlanchec! almonds cut in pieces and  'iMa-jjteaspooiirnl of butter and stir until  A ffHIt*~~'"     rri  ** '   -   -*---"   p-bfi1.**.  Felttp  flf| B^It^OTlns.    Then spread on a  shallow  H^rplii^untll   cool   enough   to   cut   Into  Rabbit, Stampeded Buffalo,  v A very small rabbit chased by > a  yellow dog. ran into the buffalo pen  at the Zoological Garden at Cincinnati,' and' a stampede among the seventeen members of the celebrated zoo'  herd  ensued. ��  All of the buffalo are large and fat,  and when they ran wildly about their,  inclosure a whirlwind seemed to have'  taken possession of their, quarters.  The terror <��f the ponderous animals  before the tiny, long-eared object was  extreme. A close resemblance to an  old time stampede of buffalo on the  plains of the wild west was presented  for several minutes.  When the animals had become  somewhat subdued and quieted  through exhaustion it was found that  one fine young buffalo had been killed���trampled almost into the tarth  under the hoofs of its panic-stricken  companions.    The  rabbit escaped. ���  The superintendent of the zoo  places the value of the buffalo that  was killed at $250.  Oil  ee  M  m  your doctor   about  the  om of your keeping Ayer's  Irry Pectoral in the house,  for colds, coughs, croup,  fichitis.    If he says It's all  ,, then get a bottle of it  jnce.     Why not show  a  I foresight in such matters?  treatment, early cure.  We publish our fbrraulsi  9  yers  W�� banish aloohol  from our m*dloli*M  W�� ure* you to  oonault your  doctor  Advised and Fined.  Client���Si Haymow kicked my dog.  N'aow, I don't allow no man t' kick  my dog. So I v.ont .over t'..lick time  buten Si. 'My doc charged me $ 17.50  t'. fix me up..' What kin I: do. V Si?  Lawyer���Why not lick .him again?  Client���Say, ^mister, I, ain't a-jokin'.  I want t' know. ��� Lawyers-Well, the  only.-thing I can suggest is that you  ���might have him arrested for cruelty  to  animals'.    Five dollars.  of 'London' will be S,000,0O0, 'and that,*  ���by .tfie''year 1960, it' wiJlJbe '16,000,000.,  .Whence" is'\to*,,coine, the"-, unpolluted  i water" to'supply' that vast, aggregation'  of * human 'beings? 'That" is1 the- very  serious question'which 'it is necessary'  for' the4-present,' authorities' toranswer  forJ"the sake of"coming" generations.  *    Mr.���G.t G.-. Eas'ton,", Mayor  of  Ful-"  ham -and   a  member  of   the  London  .Water ' Board,   said, that   the   matter  was receiving the very earnest attention  of the .board.   "At present,"  he  saidr "[London's   water  comes principally   from    the   Thames,   taken   out  'between Hampton and"Staines.    It is  possible that with the increase, of people and new means of communication  the Thames Valley may have a population of two millions.        r  '"Will it then be possible to draw  upon that necessarily polluted water  for a, supply? Shall we have to go  further up "the river for it? If so,  how far up, the river will it be, practicable for us to go? Those,are some  of the questions we have to deal with.  Fifty-five, per c-nt. of our ' water  corries from the Thames, about 20 per  cent, from the Lea, and something under 30 per cent, is pumped from wells.  "The suggested solution of the problem of the future," continued Mr.  Easton, "-was to secure water from  the rivers at flood time and store it._  Already great 'reservoirs were being  provided, reservoirs which would contain more water than the cubic space  of the -interior of St.-Paul's Cathedral. It had been found that water  not altogether pure became pure by  -natural action ��fter storage for a few-  weeks.  "There is actually stored in London  at the present moment," said Mr. Easton, "enough water to las*, for some  months."    ' .-  Th'e city of Montreal, with less than  4(10.000 inhabitants, carried only twenty-four hours' supply of water.  ��� Cardinal Messofanti, who, died in  1849 at' the age of seventy-five years,  knew -and could speak more than fifty languages. And he knew them  thoroughly'. He could entertain his  English. friends with - specimens of  Yorkshire ��� dialect, i.and his French or  German visitors with 'the patois of  their respective countries. "What a'  fine, job he could have had "as a uni-'  versa! interpreter should he>have lived in the time of the Tower of Ba-  bell.l" was .one of Lord .Byion's'caustic remarks.���Argonaut.       ",."  /" r b ' ;    (  LITTLE'-GIRL'S FACE '. .���   ..  <  r,, " ' COVERED,WITH ECZEMA  effectively   Applied   by   an, Australian  '   Settler's Wife.  Wives of ���'squatters," or farmers, la  Australia are often left entirely alone  ut the farmhouse and are more or lesa  -utijected   to   danger  In   consequence.  V traveler writes: "I know of a squat-  ��*r\s wife who was left to her own de-  > Ices In   this  way.  while all  the men  i��f the st.itlon were mustering cattle���;  i tmviuess which on large open, plains  , -ake.s weeks to  complete.    One morn*  25c, 50c, ll.^SiS-r-vn-g-.,���parTy���of^Tiatives  arrived  and,  Indiug    her 'alone,    demanded   food,  hreareuJng death If she failed to bring  .t.   'Oh. yes.' answered the lady coolly,,  ���peaking their owmdlaleet, 'I feed you  well,   very   well,   now   master ,away.  y<ni  viime  along  a   kitchen.     You   sit  lowu all the same white man:    I get  vou_ bndgory tuck-out' (splendid  food).  In' no   lime   a   score  of   blacks   were  '-.quattinp: round the kitchen, while the  indy   produced  all  the  food  available. '  1'hen   she   tilled   all   tbe   pots,   kettles  mil billies she could Qnd and put them  . ui  to , boil.���for  tea. as doubtless  her  4iiest*> < tliotitfht ��� while   they   gobbled  tud Jabbered, growing more and more  -iproarions.    Presently the water boiled,   and   then   icy , lady ��� her   natural  -ompassion    slain    by    her   'desperate  need -seized a quart pot in either hand  ���md ' d:i"lied   the   boiling   water raIong  ���iii;Ii  row  of naked   figures.    This she  lid uj,';iin and agnhi, shrleklnff.yi give  you budgory tuck-out!" while the blacks  yelled   in pitlu and terror, tumbling over  each   other  to   ��et   out of  the  house/-  scre'iiiiihi'iith'atshe was uo white jwom-  iiii nt till.'but a dibble-dibble.    Neither  enuld  they  ever  be  Induced  to return  i'o thin station! Inhublted.as they were  convinced,   by   a   dangerous   devil."  r-  , -  THE HOUSEWIFE'S DFLinHT  , IS A GUP OP DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING  ii  ���>**,  Paokod only in Sealed  Lead Packages to preserve Its  ,, many, excellent qualities.  LEADPACKErS ONLY ^Zttir^lottl X:\ AT All GROCERS  f r  3  The  Old  Tin   Pan  tneOld  Tin  Pan piv subject is !  P= The Old Tin Pan all hail 1'  It doe.i not "point a moral/'  but  It oft "adorns a tail !"  MISPLACED   MONUMENTS. *  * ",i_., t��Cured ,bv',"Zam-Buk ' \ a  , That.terrible skin disease. Eczema"  is no i"espector-*,of persons. * ^he following cases testifying to the marvellous cures brought about by Zam-Buk  is, convincing argument that in Zam-  Buk/we have the very best skin cure  offered to. this or any-other country.  '���Mrs. 'A..-.E. .prass, St. Catharines,  says": ."One box of Zam-Buk l healed'  my LITTLE GIRL'S FACE,of Eczema. We use it for^Cuts and Sores'also.-",      '     ' " .       ���*    i "  Mrs.G.A. Kerr, Denbeigh, Ont., sa}'S:  "My Baby's' Legs', were so t bad wit-,  Eczema that I could not-keep stockings on her.' A box_pf Zam-Buk cured  her  after* the  Doctor, had  failed."      <  Dame J. S~R. Smith, Hawkesbiiry,  Out.,' writes: "After three applications I'.was better of .Eczema and before I'.had -used,half a box. I was cured.',' ,.,<���'' .,*'-.  . Zam-Buk'cures Cut-j, Burns, Scalds,  Ulcers, Ringworm,'''"'Itch, ' Bather's  ,Rash, Blood Poison, Bad Leg, Salt  .Kheum.-jAbrasibhs,. Abscesses, and all  skin injuries and .diseases. Of tall  stores Yand- druggists "at 50 cents' or  from Zam-Buk C��. Toronto, for price.  6 boxes for 5'2l50.    Y  "Won't your honor let me 'brush  that mud off your coat?" _y ,  y'"By no means. -It came from'the_  Automobile of the- Gi*and Duke that"  knocked me down yesterday."���Meg-  gendorfer   Blaetter.  Minard's -Liniment  Co.,  Limited.'   ''  Gentlemen,���1 have used MINARD'S LINIMENT frorri" time to time  for,the past twenty'years. ,It was recommended to me by' a prominent  physician of Montreal., who called it  the "great Nova Scotia Liniment."  It does the doctors' work; it is particularly good in cases of Rheumatism and Sprains.   *  Yours truly,' '  G. G. DUSTAN/  Chartered Accountant.  Halifax. N. S., Sept. 21, 1905.  Helpless  Figures.^ Soiled and  Grimy,  In  i     Stone  and   Bronze.> \   "  The ordinary' run of; statues",' unless  they 'are royal, have only one real  pleasant and satisfactory day<in their  .existence, and that is tbe day they are  unveiled - If'stone, on that day they  are spotlessly, clean." lf bronze, they  are nice, and shiny. After^ thnt they,  are never clean or shiny again. ���It,has  to be.the statue of a very exalted personage for'tJie soot to be, scraped 'off'  niid lo have, its , face washed once, a  year. The Hvernjre hero bas to be satisfied'with  lieiiifr unveiled.    After that  .uo'one   dikes 'iiny" further  Interest  in"  , Ui tn. But ,it is" most Instructive to ol>S  serve ihe uuhol.v skllpwlth which the  soot - and other iiccldeuts of ihei air  .will lodfce ou the top of a, venerable  bald'head and em the'surface of what  should be an immaculate frock .coat or  n well' fitting uniform. A. Roman toga  that h-.is met" with accidents'is not half  *?;> ridiculous us a bronze frock coat  n ud fm mn filiate bronze treiusers that  have ifeen the scene of disaster. Standing  in  front of  the statue nf  t\  great*  'statesman, ri /inan notably ,tldy 'In his  day and rn jrre.-it worry to his valet. 1  slnetieel the, undi-ruified - results' of \a  family' of   *--par'rows   ttmt   had .set   up  ' liniispkeejiiUK1".under,    his* elbow  'and  * thought ' how .Indignant, he would be  could, lie  catch  a 'glimpse of ,tbis -un-  * seemly   domestic   iirrangemeiit. ��� Mrs.  "John  Ijnie in  Fortnightly .Review.   '  'i Biliousness "Burdens Life.���The bilious man i*? never a companionable  man because hi** ailment renders him  inoro.se and gloomy. The complaint  is not so dangerous a? it is disagreeable. Yet noJ one need suffer from' it  who can procure , Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.- By regulating the liver anel  obviating the effects of bile in the  stomach they restore n\en to cheerfulness and full vigor of action. t  "All alone1 in a' trackless desert,"  wailed the heroine. "Not a,tree, not  a rock in sight. Here come'the ferocious' lions! Oh, what shall 1 do?"  1 "Dive troo de trap!" shouted a  friendly stage hand.' ."Yure standin'  right over it, lady."���Houston Chronicle.   ��� ��� '  "Bov's will" be boys."  "Say the rest of, it."  "And  girls  will be 'girls,  unless fashion   dictates   other.y  'Son���-Fa1 hei,' what is the rest of,  jtlm quotations "Man proposes and"���  (Father ..(sadly)'.���Woman seldom re-  ���fnstts, - ;  boy Is called dull and stupid,  e -whole trouble is due to a lazy  W"e firmly believe your own dpc-  tell you that an occasional dose  s Pills will do such boys a great  ��ood. Tbey keep the liver active.  ^���f ���� f. 0. Artr Oe��^ Low*U, [fiMMt.������  In Nameless Graves.  Not far from Hamburg, on the Island  of Westeriand. Is a smiill graveyard to  which pathetic interest attaches.   Here  til'e bodies of those washed* up by the  sea���bodies liiiree-iJ^nizi'd aud   uuclaiiu-  ed���nre    burled.    The    cemetery    was  'dedicated to this use hi  IS,r>r>. aud from  hen.'tip   to  now  over siity   nameless  ones have 'found their rt'St;   In 1S88 u  stone wus raised lieuriu-r the dedication  The   Home   of   the   Homeless,"   and  Happy   Islanders.  The difficulty of collecting rates in  a number of it-lands lying off the  coast of Donegal was discussed recently at Donegal County Council  meeting.       ' c  It was stated that rates' had not  been paiel in 'Ion- Island for the last  twenty years, and that within the  past few years the islanders of Gole,  Inishorcr. Inishmair, lnishboffin, and  others, had followed the example of  their Tory brethren, and developed a  conscientious objection to rate collectors. It was impossible to get boatmen to take out collectors to serve  demand rates or to make collections,  and even summons-servers, who had  summonses for the islanders, were refused a passage. S  Oh one occasion the collector engaged a boat and succeeded in'reaching the first island before, his mission was discovered. The boatman  then refused to take him, back to the  mainland, and it was only after much  promising and pleading that he was  allowed  to  re-enter  the boat.  One councillor said that short of  catching the islanders when they came  to: the -mainland and stripping- the  clothes off them.'he cljd'not see how  they  wcru . to' b�� i>i'ada La duv.  Minard's  Linim'ftnt Cures Garget  in  Cows.  WORDS   ABOUT   W0MLN.  Very  Low.  "No, indeed. I wasn't there," said  Cholly. "1���aw-only associate with  my equals, you know."  "Really?" replied Miss. Tepprey  1'Vou should aim higher than tliat."-  Catholic .Standard and Times.  What   Men    In   Many   Centuries   Have  Said  About   Us. *  If Cleopatra "a nose bad been shorter  the face of tho world would have been  changed.���Pascal.  , Women are undecipherable. Whether they laugh or cry. one's explanation  Is never right���T. Bentzon.  Their glory Is to be least spoken of  among men. whether for praise or  blame.���Pericles.  Men and women never agree as to  the merits of another woman.���La  Bruyere.  Natural beauty is not everything.  There Is nn art in being pretty.���Ludo-  vic Halevy.  A person In whom the perfections of  both mind and body are found together  alone deserves In my judgment the  praise or perfect beauty.���Polystratus.  A woman's face ought to be like an  April day���susceptible of change and  variety.���Lord Byron.  Laughter Is the test of beauty. Women that It embellishes are of the divine race.���Rougon.  There is an old saying that In  Eng-,  land the wife Is the queen, In  France  the companion, in Germany the housekeeper, In Italy the slave.���London Out-  look'-', :.-.���")' '���"  The symbol bf .woman in general Is'  that of the Apocalypse on the forehead  of which was written "Mystery."���Diderot'      ii ;;,��� -.',.  Is there any one with, whom you converse less than with your wife?���Xeno-  phon. "  ��� >" '   Lost   Htr'Prestige.- '  A New York woman, uot being content, with the reputation she enjoys of  lieinj; one of the most beautiful women  In her state, has literary aspirations.  Recently she was �� jxuest at luncheon  when the c-onversHtioiijdi-ifted to tKioks  -luel piny*. Variems discussions followed The beauty took part and expressed herself fieely ( But when she asked  her listeners whether they considered  Ibsen a p'syclioleifrit-iil it lid pntholog-  Icill writer she handed out a stunner.  A graveyard silence reigned unti.l one  girl, who was bolder tb.-in the rest, asked what pathological meant.  ���Here is where the beauty, lost literary prestige.  "I looked it up n few days ago." she  replied, "but I cannot remember just  now    what    it    nieans." ,        '  itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious itch on human or animals cured in 30 minuttt,  by Wolford's,Sanitary Lotion.  / ,gold coins:  Why   Bankers   Don't - Like   Them   and  ' Prefer to Handle Paper.    ,,  , "Of the different-kinds'of American  money , now. In circulation' the gold  coins of ail denominations are the most  disliked in my business," said a prominent New -York ,banker.       '   ,  "Takea greenback, a silver or a gold  'certificate, or a national bank note to  your bank and ft is received and placed to your credit' without a moment's  delay. Not so with gold.- A' few days,  ago a gentleman brought-to onr bank  upward of $3,000 in gold of different  denominations and was much provoked  ^because we would ,not receive It and  give him'credit with the amount' the  face of tbe "cola represented,' This we  could not do because the law requires  that gold shall be redeemed only at its  ���a<?tual Value. Coins carried in the  pocket for any length o'f time naturally  lose something , by abrasion���probably  but a' fractional part of a cent on a ten  dollar piece, but It is a loss nevertheless���and therefore bankers cannot give  credit for gold - deposits until the coin  shall have'been weighed. In the case  mentioned my friend took his gold to  the 6ubtreasury iand was' <x>tnpelled to  wait -there nearly a.n hour ��� before he  could get notes for It    ���,<      "  ' '  "Every coin had to be passed through  the scales, and after the weighing process  had  beeu completed three of the  coins���two five dollar pieces and a ten  dolar piece-^were returned to him as  short In weight. *- Before returning short  weight coins the department stamps on  the  face  of each  coin  a cross.    The  owner is either left to send the coins to  the United States mint for redemption^  or   again   put   them   into   circulation.  Eventually  the coins   with  crosses  ou  their faces will go to the,mint and be  redeemed   at  their   actual   value.     In  many instances there may not be more  than   several   cents'   shortage   on   $5<t  worth of .coins. ��� Business   men,  how  ever, naturally object to the inconven  lence and get rid of their gold as fast  as possible."  A Great Game  "Did you enjoy trie ball game veh-  terday " ,  "I should -say I did. The umpiie  was hit on the shin by foul lips no  less than four times.. Say it was simply  gieat1."���Detroit   Free   Press.  ' If your children moan and are restless during .-deep, coupled, when  awake, with n losa' of appetite, pale  countenance, picking of th'e nose, etc ,  you- may depend upon it ' thai ��� the  primary cause of the trouble io wgrm.**.  Mother Giave's ' Worm Exterminator  effectually refnoves .these pests, at  once relieving the little sufferers.  A  Thought.  -A woman's sweetness'and gentleness  a.r��   her    greatest   e*barms    and    her  ftrongest   weapons.    To   be   hard   and  iltter und; cynical Is to lose all lovable-  b'jss.���Home Chat    ,  HOUSEHOLD' HELPS.  Egg spex>ris that are stalried should  be rubbed'with damp salt'before policing.       '  �� Saucepans should be as fiat and broad  as possible, so that no heat may bo  wasteei.       ���    <T    '    t "    \  If a few drops of glycerin be added  t�� the starch for linens, it will be  .found, that the irpn,w!lf not stick arid  that the linens will have a beautiful  gloss after they are iromld.        ' \  Paraffin spiit on, a stone flodr may on  removed   by   rubbing   bath-brick  over  the mark ,'uud  letting, it stay'till   next.  day.     Then   wash" In0 the  usual   way.  nnd the^floor will  be perfectly clean.,  faint can be removed from,''glass by  (lubbing it with", hot strong 4 vinegar.  Utains on' the hands can be removed  by acetic acid 'or salts of lemon,-and Ink  marks will soon yield to pumice stone.  > To,remove ink stains from linen dip  the article, In milk-and let It soak for  about two hours, then take ,out and  wash with soap while tbe milk still  remains on the spots of ink. .This will  remove, any long standing stain.  '  ������   bi  :. ':4i  ' i  n  s'-<*  (, '     Fencing a Continent.  After   five   years'" wor.k   the   great  transcontinental rabbit proof, fence has  been completed In West Australia.    Its  jlengtb Is 2,030 miles,'and the cost of.,11.3? ,  erectiorv has been very nearly 5t.2.")0.- r  D00. "It is furnished at Intervals of 'five/  miles witli' systems ofv traps in which'  hundreds of rabbits are captured anil  destroyed dally.���Lloyd's Weekly.  *  .<.��."}."'  -���S  us]  KEATS   ON   MARRIAGE.  An  Artemus  Ward Story.  'A When Artemus Ward was nt,. the  -height of bis fame he received n tele>-  grain from Tom Magulre. then the  leading amusement manager of the Pa-  icific slope. It asked Arteiuua. who  was then delivering his funny lecture  In New York, what he would take for  fifty nights'in California. Tbe prompt  and laconic response wus '"Brandy and  water." Alaguire somehow failed to  see* the iwint. nnd he v ired Ward for  nn e\plnnation He got it in the shape  of a tlurtj word me.ssiine costing  J1G.50. for rates were high In those  days, whh-h stated thut a, diagram  would be seut by the following mull.  Not   Prepared.  "What Is :i third of fifty-three nnd a  third?" asked her friend, who was add-  Ing up her weekly accounts.  "lf you'll wait I'll run home and get  my diploma mid show you that I am a  college graduate aud n woman of  mind."* site returned, "but don't spring  questions like that on me all of a sudden." '  Tha  Modern  Play.  "I  want you to write me a play."  \ ."Wlnit sort of a play?"  ;. "Well, we ha ye seventeen specialties.  (!et me tipeuough stull lo ���wedge 'em  iipnrt."  One Thing  He Recalled.  Mrs.    Berili.-iin -   Do   you   remembei  when you proposed to nie?  Benham-Ves:- 1   remember you   ex  each"little* mound Isfurther inarked by I cef>l-��--d. the, speed limit In saying -'Yes."  a simple black  -New York Suu.  ,-,; The   Limit.  ���-,'Mrsy Wiggs���Cejok hus only broken  >m> plate tejeluy. dear: Mr. Wiggs-  rimfs letter. .'.How' did that happen?  Mrs. Wiggs- It was the last one.��� London Graphic*.  A   nian   must   make?   his, opportunity  ns oft as find it.���Bacon   Troubles of an Amateur.  "I thought yo;i had gone to raising  bees," said the man from the city. "1  don't see any sign of them around  here."       .  "I had half a dozen colonies of the  finest bees I could get," answered the  suburbanite, "and a whole library of  literature on bee raising, but they  swarmed one day, and while I was  looking through my books to find out  What was the proper thing to do when  , bees swarmed the blamed things flew  fWPfq. aqfl I've.'never seeij 'em -algce."  Barrier  Against   Matrimony   In   Which  the Poet Rejoiced.  -  Notwithstanding your happiness and  yonr  recommendation.   I   hope  I   shall  never marry.    Though the most beau '  tiful creature were waiting for me a:  tbe end o" a journey or a walk, though  the carpet were of silk, the curtains ol  the morning clouds, tbe chairs and sofa  stuffed   with  cygnets'  dowu,   the  food  manna,   the'wine   beyond   claret��the  window opening ou  Wlnander mere. 1  should *not feel, or, rather, my happl  ness would uot be so fine,'as my soli  tude   is   sublime.     Then,   instead    or  what I  have described, there is a sub  llmity to welcome me borne.   The roar  Ing of the  wind is my wife, and  tbe  stars   through   the   window   pane   are  my children.  The mighty abstract Idea  I   have of  beauty  in all things stifles  the more divided and minute domestic  happiness���an amiable wife and sweet  children   I   contemplate  as  a   part   of  that beauty, but I  must have a thou  sand of those beautiful particles to fill  up my heart.  I feel more and more every day as  my Imagination strengthens that 1 do  not live in this world alone, but In a  thousand worlds. No sooner am 1  alone than shapes of epic greatness  are stationed around me and Bcrve my  spirit tbe office which Is equivalent to  a king's bodyguard���then "tragedy wltb  sreptereel pall comes sweeping by."  According to= my state of mind I am  with Achilles shouting In the trenches  or with Theocritus In the vales of Sicily, or i throw my whole being into  Troilus, and, repeating those lines, "1  wander like a lost soul upon the Sty-  glf,n banks, staying for waftage," I  melt into the, air with a voluptuousness  so delicate that I am content to be  alone. These things, combined with  the opinion I have of the generality of  women, "who appear to me as cuildreu  to whom I would rather give a sugar  plum than my time, "form a barrier  against matrimony which I rejoice In.  ���"Poems of;-John Keats," by. Walter  Si  THAT  BILIOUS  .FEELIMG    i  IS   CUBSl?  BY J.  Mother Seigel's Syrup,which -��� o  J acts directly on the liver J  a and stomach, quickly restor- ' *���  2 ing them to healthy natural J  g action, and thus it cures a  S      biliousness and   indigestion.  f MOTHER  SE]f CSEILS  LPric*  (���rSxnUt  Sold  A   J.  WHIT2 & CO.,  MontrMl.  I  Kendall's Spavin Cure  POCTA.GB     RlVE^,  N.B.,Match 5 "oS.  "1 am using your  Spavin Cure ancl can  ���ay there is nothing  to be compared with  it." GilbertMuxeratt.  Spavins  Tho rough pin  Curb  Splint  Ringbone  Sores  Swellings  Sprains  Bruises  and all  Lameness  1: a bottle���6 for $5. Our great boot���  "Treatise oa the Horse " ��� free from  dealers or 3*-  Dr. i. S. UMBU.I CO, Es-ntart Filh. Ttmoat. II.S J  ,i��*s��F  IwiWl  Mmmom  MM!  :.Y:-S**|  .--'^S.S|u.v.,!r. 1  '   "-fiS'lHiil-'l  '- ,T.*V'T.*.t.W^ I  4����!lw��Y|  Pleasures  of   Deserted   London.  To the few of us who elect to remain  In  town   during  the  dead  season,  life  offers  some   attractions.     Entire   freedom from social engagements comes as  a  boon and a blessing,  a welcome relaxation.     A   man   can   go   where   he  likes and dress as he  pleases.    If b��"  chooses to  walk down   Piccadilly  In it j  golfing suit there Is uo one to say  to  him nay.-X.ondaa, T��U*-��    ���     -  Winter makes no change in  Mooncy's Perfection Cream  Sodas.  . Mooncy private, cars bring  these dainty biscuits to all points  throughout the Northwest���in  order to make ture that u  get -them fresh and crisp from.;:  the ovens. 00  Tbi enlf firm in Ctnada  tf erasing Private Freight Can.  -    -Ay ..V..  U.    No. L   I  (  !'  ,    I  f  I "  I    J-  >    '     ,  &3*'  ;' ���  V    " -  Kb   >* >  . 1  HF���- '  -     THE LEADER. MOYI^BRITISII COggMglA  .. I  ��-"TT*  'VI  'Times are looking  bngeter for ���Ch-Ufl     jle4)l,.lue  for cmidrou.  bufc  the lumber    inducfcry   in   South  East Kootenay, ' There is  aa   in-  Piblishi-d in the interest of the people j Creas-iu demand for men to work  ol Moyie and East Kootenay.        | ;n \\fe bush aud the mill   men are  , iK-wJof the opinion that  the com  j ing season will ha a busy one.   ,  F. J. SMYTH. Pujjusiinn.  c  HaTES OFtlUiK>CalrT|Oi!.  Oao year *200  SATURDAY,   JAN. IS, 190S.  OUR. VISITORS,  To the visiting members of the  Associated liJartU of Trade next  ���week the  people  of Moyie   will  extend the glad, hand   of  cordial  welcome.   Those   who come will"  be among the most representative  men of the Kooteuays, aud  many  of them will 09 here for  the first  time.    Every effort must bs laade  to  make  their  stay  as   pleasant  as possible, so that tbey  may  go  ,"away with a favorable Unpressiou  ,"of tho place. 'It vvilJ ba  the most  distinguished    gathering   , Moyie  ���'.has ever had and  the woik  that  (I f 4  will < be accomplished here   will  ' 1     r  foe  productive  of   good    for  the  r <��� ,    -    ' ��  ��� whole of eastern British Columbia.  J-IC.O.M  THE AXl'ILLKS.  CHaw.-t-rl.iln'ii   Cou-li   Kenn-dV    Benefit*  ii Citj  CouihIIiii.mi at   Kli-ff��tun,  *��� ./amalca.  , Mr. W. 0''Reilly, Fogarty. 'who  is a member of, the City Council at  Kingston, Jamaica, West Tadies,  writes" as 'follows,:/;One bottle of  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had  good ellect on a cough that was  giving me trouble "and X' think I,  bh'ould havo been more -.liiickly relived if I had continued the re-,  medy. Thu,t it > was beneficial  and quick iu lelieving-me there  is no doubt and it is ray intention  to obtain auother bottle." Fdr  sale by The Moyie Ping & Stationery Co. ���  .,  THESE THEATER HORRORS..  "The ' tenible   theater', fire   at  'JJoyertowrv Pennsylvania,  a few  ' r nights ago, in which 170 perished,  makes on shudder but the calam-  * ity happened at such a distance  . *     ,        c *  that it is gnea' but passing comment. 'Only last week a similar  , horror happened in ,a Chinese  .theater in China and 'several  hundred lives were'lbst. Both  iflres started from 'the explosion  <>f .gas," tanks connected with"  moving picture machines. But  let us'bring the matter closer  home. Supposing* at lire was to  break   ou$ 'in M r'ey   ha'l some  ;  night when the  place   is   full   of  ��� people,, what would be ��het result?  ^ It is safe to predict .that the story  .of Djyertown would- be  repeated,  "( .only probab'y on a smaller' scale.  Morley hall should -be provided  , with a  fire ,escape  in the front,  sso that in case  of a   fire starting  g at tlj,e back eod there would be a  jaieans of escape. The - newly  elected fire wardens should lose  nb time in looking afrer this'^matter, and not wait until we have a  repetition of some of these recent  horrors.  A Woman's Back  Has many aches and pains caused 'by,  weaknesses and falling, or other displace-'  merit, of the pelvic organs. Other symptoms   of fpmalo -weakness aro frequent  ," headache^ dl/iincss, Imaginary specks or^  dark spots Iloiitlng before tlie eyes, gnaw- ���  Ing  sen-nation  Sn   stomach, dragging   or  bearing down in lower abdominal or ppl vie  region,,disagreeable draliis from   pelvic  (Organs, faint spells with general weakness.  ��� If any considerable number of the above  symptoms arc present there is no retneejj  that wlX^glve quicker relief or a more per-  inaaent'gtKs than Dr.,Pierce's Favorite  Pre^j^Kbi^Slt, has a record of over forty  years of carN^. Jt Is the, most, potent  InviOTnvtin^V-micrandstjiojigttoninajj^:-  yjjio known toiafdlcalscjcnce^ It is made  ofUie~gly��enc,cxtrii,ct�� ol native' medicinal roots found in,our forests and contains pot a'drop of alcohoror���harmful',' or  habit-forming drugs. Its ingredients are  all printed on the bottle-wrapper and attested under oath as correct. '' ' ^ '  Every ingredient entering into" "Favorite Prescription " has the written^ endorsement of tlio most eminent medical  writers of all the several schools of practice���more valuable than any amount of  non-jirofessional testimonials���though the  latter are not lacking, having been contributed voluntarily .by grateful patients  in numbers to exceed tho endorsements  given to any other,'medicine extant for  the cure of'woman's ills. -  You cannot afford to accept any medicine,  'of unknown composition a3 a,substitute  for'this ���vrcll proven remedy of known  coMPosiTiON���evcn though the dealer may  make a little more profit thereby. Your  interest in regaining health is paramount  to ,any selfish interest of Ms and it is "an  "insult to your intelligence for him to try  ."to- palm 'off*,upon you a substitute*, SYou  "know what you want<-and It-is his business to supply the article called for.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ��� are*, the  "original ".Little Li ver1. Pills" first put up  by'old Dr. Pkrce over forty years ago,-  '-much imitated but neyer,equaled. Little  'sugar-coated granules���easyVto.fcfcke ay  * omiy.   " ,' - ',' - " A * *,  CANCELLATION* OK KEoEltVK. ' '  Notice Is hereby given that the re'erve over  certain laud*, iu South-East ICootenay, notice of  u inch appeared In Ihe Or'i^ah Columbia 'Gai-  eue oX Ihe WHi Anijiist, 1^90, #.iul, bore date of  AuguH, 12,* 3SS0 is hereby coiicellod.* The  above incutiouiid Lands will be open for 1/3-  c-tliou under the l.und, Act ou .March SO,  1WIS. ' , ,v  , , BOBT.A REMWiCIC,  *   .  Deputy CorainifSioner of Laud, and WorVs.  Lands and Works bupftrliueut,.     '   ,'        -  Yiuioma, B.U., December ltith, 1907.    '  FORT STEELE LA N'T)   DISTRICT," DISTRICT  . OK EAST KOOTESAY. '      ��  T.VKJS NOTICE that Torto KicO'Lumher Co.  Ltd., of Nelson. B. C occupation Lumbermen,  intends to apply for a special timber licence  over the following described lands:        >     i      ,  Commenc-iiig lit a post pjanted about 2 mile-i  westof the jnouth of L,.ttle Lamb Creek on the  west boundary of Lot, 5.162: thence noith'bO  chains; thence west 80 chaini; thence bouth  80 chains; thence ea��,t SO chains to point of  commencement, CuuttuniugCT) acrjs, more or  less.  torto rneo lombek co. ltd., ��� ���  B*. O. J. Handley, Asent.  Dated Dep,9tb, 1907. ,  ���Next Saturday , will .be.'3?obby  Pyrns Day.   T- ���  iloyie should be dressed in ber  .best bib and* tucker to receive  /le^r visitors next week.  ��� *Jf you meet a man wbose appearance and manner you do not  like, it is dollars to doughnuts he  .doesn't like yours.,      -   *    <  Tne last payday w<i3 a good one  and many accounts were paid  'chat had .lutug fire for months.  The men wanted to be .square  ���with the world iu case they were  .compelled to go elsewhere to seek  work.  FOKT.  STEELE LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OK EAST KOOTENAY.  TAKE NOTICE thut Porto Rico "Lumber Co,  Ltd., of Nelson, 15. C. occupation Lumbermen  intends to apply for a special lumber licence  o\ei the foMowiny described  lands  Commencing at a post planted about 1 iniltf  Nona-West?! the in >uth of Rabbit Foot Creek  oa ihctvcKt line of Lot. 5.-162; thence west 1C0  chains; thence south 40 chains, thence cast 100  chains; lhaiicc north IJ chains to point ol commencement, cnutRiuiiisf.f-lO'acJres moie or less.  v I'ORTOHiCO LOMBERCO. LTD,  By O   J. Ilandcly, Agent. ,  Dated Dec. 10th, 1907.  In buying a cough raedieiue for  childien, never be afraid to buy  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  There is no danger lrom it, and  relief * id always sure to follow.  Lc is intended especially for  coughs eoiiis, cioujj und whooping  cuugh,,and Uiore is no better  nicdiciue iu tlie world for these  diseases', , It is not only a certain  t'tire for croup, but when given as  soon as the croupy cough appears,  will prevent the attack. Whooping-cough is not dangerous when  this remedy'is given as directed.  Ic, contains no opium or other  harmful diugs, and maybe given  as coufid-intly to ajaaby as' to an  adult. For" sale by The Moyie  Drug & Stationery Co,  m  Wlldev LodjJtB   N". �����*���  Meets T'i.'-*dav evenings in McGn-gor  hull   on   Viotori��.  street.    Sojuurunig  Odd Fellows cordially invited.    ,  H.J.Lowes F.J.Smyth,  Noble Grand. Seer y.  St. Jiugene L<)UK�� >'����� �����������  K. of P. "  Meets evtry Thursday  McGregor  Vit-  iiing brothers invited.  W. J- FELTHAM. ' - E. A. Hill  Chancellor Com.' ,      K. K. and S��  ^/ic**��inng'   in  **" hull at S o'clock.  CKANISKOOK    L.f^O    D1STKICT.    '  KOOTENAY  DLSTRICT. '"' *  Take  notice,'lIiut   Edward  '^allaudalne   of   p ._  Cranbiook in the' Prbunce^ of drtiish 'Colura**. JjLabl. VGy  bin,limber   Itimsei.   Intends   to   apply lor a  \ '  \'        .   1_  special timber licence v over, the' follow'n? described lauds;-    /,      ''.������"  / Commencing at a post jilautcd at the  fcoutheasl coiner of Lot 3003, thence east  *0 ehaiusj theuee south 40 chains, thence  west, SO chains, thence'north-lo chains to'  point of eomineucemeut.aud containing  $10 acres, more or less.  Cth DecejuJji-r TS-07.     '  iE.,MALLANDAINE.  FORT SJEEI.EH.ND DJSrRICT4 DI3XRICT  tll OK EAST KOOTENAY.   ,      ,.   ,        '     ,    ",  TAKE NOTICE that I'orlo Rlco'I-uinh-er .Co.'  iTtd., of Nelson, li. O., occupation, r,umbermeri  I'ntuiids to apply Jfor .a special timber licence,,  ovcr'the following Uesenbed lands:      '  Commencing ut a post planted abontrl, mile  north-H eat of the mouth oi Rabbit Foot Cjr.ee",  ou the0we;>t Lue, of Lot': f*,462-, 'the'acec'\vest 160  utiaius; ih^nce rioith .-10 chaitu; thence east 100  chains; lueuce soulh'40 chains .t,o .point of  coinmeucemeut, containing WO acres  more" or  lcos.      - ,     ���   ',-    ���" '-  i'oito Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.,     v,,0" '  ' ' By O. J.lluuiey Agetil.yr,' t , ' '\  Dated Dtc. 12th, 19J7.       *   ��� ^         ���        . - _  FORT STEELE LAKU DIaTRICT.*DISTlUCT  OK KAST- KOOTENAY. \'    -���   ���-'     , ' , .*  'i.VKE NOTICE thnt Porto'Rico-Lumber   dp-  Ltd., of Nelson, B. C,  occupation _Lumbermen  iutc'u'l8 to appl\ for 'a   special timber  licence  o'\er,ihe following, described lauds:' *  ,���  .  ConimoncniBrut a post*planted   about M mile  north wcot of moutb of. Little Lamb, Creek on  the north line'ot lot.^5,462; theuee norlb 160  ehains; thence east40 chains:'thence soutbY  160  chains; ihence vest 40ehalns to pomt'of  commencement, coutaing 610 acres more or less  l'OUTO RICO LUMBER   CO, till)., ,  "- *   llyO. J. Kaiidlev Agent,        , ,<*  Dated Doc. 9th, 1907."    '  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OF1-ICE, TOUONTO  , JCSTAULISUri) 1807  Moyie   Miners',   Union  No. ZKW. F, of M.,  i *       j     i '  Meets in McGregor hull every  Saturday evening;.,,    Sojourning   members  are cordially invited to atteDd.  John Taylor '' j     Thos. E, Kelly,  ..  'President. ��� Secretary  <m  ' ii     ii ~  G->A. .RENEAU,  BARBER.     -  '       . t I o  :Firrt Class;Work,  '< "*  HOTEL   -1 KOOTENAY.  -LET VS STAKD TOGETUElt."  i  You to buy our trousers and other  guruicntB, iwid W6 "make good" <-ur  afeecrtion that lor etlye, fit, quality  and price '\  YOU CAN'T, DUrLJOATE.  OUR GARMENTS. ---  Tt'sa broad neeertion hut provahlc.  Our best citizens w/.-ar our, clothes,  'They are walkin-; proofs of ail we as-  ser',', Our "irousers su,l()"f ia a 'isP!-c~,  ial."   Dou't misa it. y  Cleaning, . repairing and  pressing done, , '-  C.A.F00TE  MOYIE,.   rt-' '; '  ' ,. B, C  &  ,. McCarter  Macdonald.       t*  ' Bar'risterfi, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook;'.  B.  r  ,c.  W. F. GURD,   ,  '"      B.vkRISTJ-flt,'SO*LIOITOK, KTC.  CRANBROOK.  -b:,c  'l 3TOP AT THE ',  COSMOPOLITAN-  ��'  -' .  ,   -'      r.. '-       -,-  vy,-;, when isf ���'"���',   - ;�� -'  r^'-'-yA  'ORANBROQK  K. IT. SAIALX., aiau^cor.   ','.      ��-        1."  - i.. -.,,-_    i.r    -   ..^..y^V.-  'v *: i *,.*   . ,  A '     *" ,     I    !     ^,,, ,-     ���**^, ^ '  -r   * ,  Good'rooms; good  lablee and-bari-  "-.*,,'and  first class Bamplfl'r<rtT*s.    , ;  B, E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAJTD, Superintendent of  Blanches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,00}  Rest, -'���:*- 5,000,008  Total Assets, - 113,000,005  Brdnclies throuijuout Canada, and in.the'tinlted States and Ent^l  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, TRANSACTED,  -        '      COMMERCIAt. AND FARMERS* PAPER DISCOUNTED!   ,  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  K  n-nosits ot SI and upwards received, and Interest allowed A  enrrlnt ratc^.    The'depositor is subject to no, delay whatever fa  the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the 'deposit.,  CRANBROOK'vBRANCH.  FfC. MAIMS, i  ���    ^"   ,   ,.-, ', HARRY DIMOCK,, Proprietor,.   "'   ,,  5fl 'I r        - i I    ���" <l f ' K       ' 1   , J  Nearest Hotel (o the St; Eugene mine.  y Headquarters ; for; Miners.  ,BAR, SaPPLIED WITH BESTBH'ANJ)S OF jLIQtJOHa AND 01013  '.   ;   '   Rates $i.00 a !day and tip.  ���i *,.  -       _,       ,- * ,.,,,,- '-    *     ' .    ' r     ��� A ����� ��' }    "  yJ'    . ���     ' y ,���ir (       , r       y-    /'  ',   /**_    ^,      ,,,_>   ir>.    '^,   '   (r*i"i  T   .-'V     [\  ��� '���    *   '} A. \   'Thojpeople'otl-Sloyte-.'stru'ekyX,v>i ,���  i - v  ?;-y i y a rf'w,'' y \ b v ���-A>' -Afrb  *r>, ..'��� r.j^s ]uck.ivusn they, 'begaLr iooJiy.7^ii Xy  C    tl   1-1 '        *���      </"*���'tt'    i^ J ' i I "* Jj.>.    .J        ���  ,    r.      ^    -    r  ,      r r < .if       c' 1 ��    '-     v ^ i'iV     ,    *Ai  Wrii. Jewdl  :' c.:h:dxjnbsarV ,;  Barrister; Solicitor, Notary.Public,*-Etc  .�� ��� Orantirbok/B, ,0.y. ���  FOKT STEELE L.\N'D DISI'RICT. DiS tlUOT  OF EAST KOOTESAY.'     .-,*-���'  TAKE rsO J'ICE ihat Porto Rico Lumber Co.  Lul., of Xalion, IJ. 0. occupation' Lumbermen  intends to apply for a special timber licence  o\er:ho following.describej lands:  Cmmeuciug at a post planted abopt 1 mile  wc-s>t o( the mouth of Little Lamb Cret-k ou the  eustlinuof l.oL 5,lGi; theuee east 10 ehains.  theiiccbouth SO chulnb, thenee ea.st 40 chains;  tlieucesouth 40 chains,; theuic Host i>0 chaiun,  thence north 120 to point of commencement  containing <M0 acres more or los.  rORTO'lUCO LUMBER CO. LTD ,  By O. J.  Hauclley   Agent.  Dated Dei-. 10th,   1907.  Farm Land ForJSale.  Free of  FORT STEELE1 I,A>'D DISTRICT. DISTKIfcT  OFEiSrKOOTFNAY,    (   '  TAKE NOTICE that 1'orto Rico Lumber Co.  Ltd., of NelBon, U. (J. occupation Liijinberm.cn  intends to apply for a special limber licence  ovei tlio folloiHiifj desciibed lunds:  Commencing ut a post jilauted about V�� mile  West of LRinb creok ou the North line of Lot.  5,402, thence-west 100 chains; tbence uorlh SO  chains, tbcuco east 60 ehtum; thence south 40  chaius; thence east-10 chairiH, thence south 40  Chains to point of comuiciic-enient, containing  640 acres more Or less.  roi'.ro uiro lumber co. ltd ,  ���By- o, j, l/avidjey Ageut.  Dated Dee. lltli,   3907.  Oraii"brooK,   /, b    B, ,.C.  :,(',  l if"'into  tlio prices of  , ,- - <* ���, * ��� j, "y /. _ b,,_,^ ��� f (V ;', ? - j  y  ir'liR^i'icoRE  (3-eorge H. Th.6n^psoh,,  *y * ,--''*-  * *'. ^--'*,'- --^d' -s  '"'   '        rr Barristkr, Solicito.r   " >'  -'    .      .'   ,'-   st.' ' -''-     ���,,   li-   Y' ���'���'  y--.-. ,    . , tafy Public, &o.-,.    '-.-i , -1  .'-     .       *  .^ ;. ��� - *-* r"> itl. i  CRANBROOK:, x   British JDolumbia  W, R. BEATTY      /" ,  j    -*-  Emb^lmer and Underlaier,  Express and Gener-  ~al ���. Delivery. 'Busi- :���  '.'1 ness.^y Liyeryy ahd;--  -,'FeedtStable.y, y :-,y '\-  WOOD : ;kM:y. GOAt  ��-   ���  ' ���<���>'-   ",,'*' . > - ' <t  '���-v-.T   For; Sale*--"1:'..  '  - ���>,       .      (.   -'*    ..   *-���       ,, ,     '        ��� '" K  *-    ���    : '''Leave Orders at '-*���        ' '  v        '-   '    ,      v   . i' *' i        , (-- x  '-L  '!"   ' ' 6Wynne's.Store.  ; '   .--   '   ,      -;     ���  >,  'MOYIE '���   ' ���'      " "    Britishv Oolum"  "Phone 9.  CRANBROOK  ���THE���  l *  DESA.rir.NIEK BROS.    Frops .  Lart;e   sample   room Jn   connection  Best  One hundred and. sixty acres of,'  land 1(3 miles from Pincher creek.  Land all fenced, good house  WAter, close to school, land all  tillable, 15 acres under cultivation.  Will sell for $23 an acre. Appjy������  at this office.  with house for com'rnercinl men  ,of aicon ,modatioas.  Headquarters  lor' Commercial and Miniug.Men.  QUEEKS AVENUE, ,   MOYIE, B. O  We will .deliv.er ��he following to your room or house  from Jo,n. 10, 100S, free ���  'Spokesman, Chronicle,  Manitoba Free.Press,  .yorpntp Sat. .Night,.  XJ-.ancouyer PrGV.i5.c0.  "Victoria Colonist^  and  ;4.11 Bfag^zines.  I'ORr STKEI.B LAND DiSTRICT DlSTRICf  OF K\.ST   KOOI'ENAV.  TAKE >' TICK Unit I'orlo RleO Llimb'T Gc,  Ltd , of Nelson, 1). C ocoupiition Lumbermen  intends, to apply for a special limber licence  over the folio.vlng described lunds:  C'ommeiicin;at a j.o*,t planted about 2 mile-,  north ��-ej.tof tne mouth of Dear bprni|,a C?eek  on the West hue of Lot, 5.4G2; thence wes-i 00  etialufi, theiif esonth 80 chains, thence east 100  cliaius, thence nor.h )0 cliains; iheucc -i\<.*>t, 40  cliains, thence north 10 chains to ppmt of c��m-  nnsiiccjuS.Wi, coiitftiplnublO ��eros inoii* pr lc-i**,  PORlO RICO LL'MBKl'. CO.Ll'D.,  ' By 0. J. Haudlej-, Afeut.  Dated *)ec. 0th,   ]9o".  FORTSTEELE   IAS1)   nlSrRICT,   DISTRICT  OTEV-jT KOOTESAY.  TAKE XOI'ICB thiit Porto Rico Lumbar Co.  Ltd , of Nelson, H. C , occupation Lumbermen,  intends to i.py.ly for a- 'pf'.-iul timber licence  over the folluniu^ described lands-  Comuiuiiuiug ut a po*-t i>lttiited about one-  lialf mile north west of the month of Mmtia  Creek ou the west line of Lot. fi,402; thence  west, lip chuliiH; thence south (50 chains: thence  east 40 chains; Uicuce north 20: chains; thence  aatiDcb.D.in*; i.iienc*; north' 2) .cliiiiiis; thence  east 20 chains-, thence north 20chaius to point  of coinmeneeineut, coniaiiiing 610 acres more  or less.  PORTORIOO LUMBER CO.   LTD.,  Uy.O. j; IIi.ii.lley, ABC-ut.  Dated Dec. Iltli. l'.��07.     ,'  "  '  MOYIE   DRUS    AND  'NSKY.  STORE.  FOR SALE-rrOne   hundred   pullets.    Apply tp W. V,   B.iternan,  LTNOLEUM CARPEJS  When furnishing your  homo or hotel don't foi>  get wo can furnish you'  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVjgN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON,  -   -   -    B. C,  AGENTS  Mason'it Riych Piano po.  OsternDOOi* Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  ������������*' " '  3t.   Jogepji's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C. *  jJoarding and Day School conducted hy tbe Si8-.qrs.cjf.St. Joseph, Nelson;  B. C."��� ..Corxiniercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characteiiizeseach department. Parentis should write for  partic.ula.re. One ,month: assures the  public of. the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of .teaching. Ttrmf  commence January, April and Sept  Pupils are aduiitted tl urine, .tc'rra,  BUY YOUK  Tobaoo os-  FROM ���  A B, Stewart   & Co.  PtRMcKllitOP  A^ATE^.  i^  ���'." . <x  ������A  .'Ie  'H,tho'. C. 0. >S.- StoreV.  1      I \ \ \  ���* ' *.    o  -r*ORA"N3R0OK-. ���/,  A  -1 -tf  ��� <-,  ' i~ t1'  Ay y-]f''you;..iiavc. a .bedroom to ''<���, -., ��� ,  ���'" >ly�� ' -fix "up;' ���a .dining u"rp6m>\br'^ y w  , i' X-- parlor to furnish, il/.yriU !-pay :   ' \  c  J*,  ^ 'I" , **, I r . *   '    ��� *'  _:���. s ������    .'    ( ,voutto'c;etVprices.;'Trom-'tliis \, i"  <,.'���"<>"       ���''.*',-��� , t '  *   '-<'"'���-,   'V ��orapanv.A ".Freikl-xt* prppawi1"1 >> -    ; ' ��  ', .*���  \   ��    ,v i tJ < y. .".i>   -  -r '"JA-   y*-iA     i       *' "���  ,{'   ,U y" A^pn till orders,     ^/''a' ' " \i ,  .*:*�� 'a,j><a>, b a:b :A ^y   ;���..**,�����.*��� a*-j"a ,-., "'  (^Mtotf%Go'OpSftey^  ,."    ��* '\    ''J "        ' -,.*-'   Il ,      J      '���  .    ...  ! ' '-*>   <       ,*      '     0  NELSON"/  p. c  O   F. DE'aAULNIER  v r  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  Queens' A^e:      MOYIE  RATLWAY  COMPANY  The National  Highway  . 1  ���IlI&ilTED/;  #-.-  I \     * * *��� r ,  th  <i)  P. F.J^ObBJVjSlO.JV  '^  i>Tintf Hotel is New and well Furnished   Th  TaTbles are Supplied witlavthe Best, tb  Market affords. The Bar is Tilled wit  . the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigan  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN'    *���  _ _ _>*_*_ ��� UJllTISH COLVMUk'-i  *�������� ��6��f9 *6������6ee=������e��������������������&39f ��*������&&&* *&*S&999ee<X*  <fc   J  jioxiJi:  IJfcfrjiJr.  EDUCATIONAL.  Mr. S. Moore, 3?. Av will give instruction in Bookkeeping, Languages ,��,nd Science, in the evening-  M vs. Moore gives lessons on the  organ a#d piano, and theory of  musie.   Apply at residence.  Through   Sleeping     and   Dining  Cars and High Glass  Tourist  Sleepers on   all Through  Trains  FRESH  ery  The Best of Meals iud .Attention  | '   Try  Banff Sanitarium  This "\y inter  Moyie  As  mnda by Iho present brewer .is   admittedly, tli|  Best Beer in'East Kootenay. With tho Best Malt^cj  he Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality.  Insist on having Moyie Beer.  Bottled and Draft Beer.  nine  vCHAS. INDERWIBS, Mgr,  mz  ��  a  I  P. BURNS &C0  :M0YIE, -B, CL:  SULPHUR SPRINGS  AND   UNEXCELLED   ACCOMMODATION  Ratee $2.50 per day and up  Correspondence    invited     ;and  cheerfully answered,   .pull on or  write  JOHN MOB,  :   Dist, Pass. AgU  E. J. COYLE,  Aas't Geiil. I'.uss. Ac  Vajicciver.  I    Moyie Bakery  iXf Fresh   Bread,  Pies and Cakes  on Hand  alwafl  All kinds of C4-EES. made tp. ,**ordcr,  TOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.   *  Rr' M, CALDER, Proprietor.  |pri  io:  }\'     ''      '   ' .���    I'-'-:! ���"���>!*  m  S3SffiHiK


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