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 ��� *  I  * --.^j  'Y '.a  rOUR, WATCH will  jeivc careful attention if  \t Willi us for .repairs.  W, H. WILSON.  FwELEEB.      <    CHANBEOOK  U>. II no; 42.  /)  ^M  *���       ^  *I  ,j>\ e    will  1 test YGuH  LYES and guarantee a fit  or refund Vour money.  W. H.   WILECli,  OPTICIAN        .       CltANEROak  MOYIE, B; C," "JANUARY 2 3, 1909.  ^3^i����^ag3>&��i��g��aaga^-��3��!i>->as  SPRING HATS  .Part shipment of "our. new   spring hats  , have arrived, ah<l having practically  cleared   out*,,- our .last seasons  ,   goodsy we are in a  posi-  'i ,    '*��� ' ;<'  ";' -',      .i .1 ion to show our cus-  ', '    ���   '���'*   ���" tomers new and  '' " " i* ,   "       ' .'  ' < " . ���>   '   sytlish hats,     ���   ''     ���    ,  <   '(_.,.. ���   ,,S *��� ���        ��� *  Shoes"for^men, women and' children, have arrived.  ��  t  GENERAL FLOAT  t  m  Brokers   are .offering ,$440  for  South African war script.  The  ITou3e at  Ottawa*  on the 2lst.      ,  opened  The Hocxey Dance.  .rf'.��jif#  iT.-lj-  -A,  roil QXJATilTY.  �� ' ��� .-'--'-     ,    i !      (<      ,'   '       '   '    '   '       (", ,    ( ���       '  E. !    ' * '' "1 ' . * O . * , >, �� ,  Igars, Tpbabos,      Confectipnery  ,' Vancouver haa .an ice skating  rink for the first time in years.  (, ' .  . J". A.' Hirvey, K. C.,- of Cranbrook/is at the coast.        '     ,   ���  g  ���  ,        ��� ( '  , Fred D. Congdori,- Liberal,' was  elected in theYukpn to the dominion parliament.      > < ,     ,.  A( prisoner iA- the ' Fernie. jail  had hW.feot frozen during Ihp recent cold snap.       "' > '  LRR ELI/''BLOCK  FRUIT, ETC.  ���T-1,.   '       -. *    *  MOYIE  Beale & Elweil.  ��� A'  ��� Emm\ Goldman, ,the anarchist,  was jiiled atvSan Francisco for  talking on' the street corner.'  '  Gus Sarson, a' .member of the  Moyie Miners'Uuion,' died at Cobalt a few. days ago.    c    ,  FirerLife*  rmil Ollice    -i.  and Accident Insurance/  \'"."' "MOYIE,''B.;.C.'  SATISFIED) CUSTOMERS.''Are' tlie' best-ad-  rtisements. ; Thes'eare^a few ofblhe,Leaders which make  customers*'satisfied., ��� ,,,\   Aa A     ',      -,'."'  Red Gate!Coffee   ."b*    >.,'.   .'"     - ��   ���   '.'���'  Red Gate��������&*/*~" rytk ,';  L'/'V'    /:'���  ''���-'-'���  Calvary Mllling'jCo's. Flour,t   _ >n ���: :* ������> y > .  Brac^man^ker's Boiled1Oats/" "'r \>   ��-.b  ', P. J. Dea'ne, former publisher of  the - Nelson Daily" News;- was  married at Portland, Oregon, the  other day.'      ' .       '..'<���  < j   *      c , I I  I  "If; is " reported that, Charles  Sweeney is to resign as president  os the Federal Mining '���$:' Smelting  company- *<'������"���+.  Dr. Haseeltine,' late of Kara-  loops, is now associated with Drs.  King &a Green' of',Cranbrook 'as  assistant..    .     ���'',,''*  " ��� - ;.\.-.. **,' w   -iv"\i^yi' i,   ** ���'. ��� 4- b\ n  full ran��;Q of staple ub'd, fancy groceries,  'C1OME,AND,SEE.;US,  HEGARDlNG^PRielES:  ,,'Fred Starkej-.T. G. Proctor,.and  Louis' PrattJ will represeut the  Nelson,.board of . trade at the  meeting bf the Associated lioardi  at Trail-next week.       '  . ''   ��� ~,''  Almost every conceivable character was represented at the masquerade'  bail   Wtidnesdiy   night  in aid of the Moyie^Hockey team.  The fact that, the , dance  was  got  up on short notice seemed  to  cut  no figure, for nearly everyone who  attended  went']-in co^tumg, 'and  many of them were of home  pro,  duction.    Prizes��� were'won by the  following.^ 'Handsomest  costump,  Mrs. P. F. Johnston, as Miss "Canada; prize a   hand  painted china  dish 'given by MacEieher'n Ji Macdonald.   Bast sustained character,  Airs.' C- A.   Foote as coon with  pickaninny; prize,   box  of candy  by the Co-Operative store. '   Best  comic   character,', Miss    Stinson^  representing  lady-of  year  1830;  prize/ box'of'b candy' by   E.   Ci.  Gwy'nriel"'.< Special , lady's   prize,  Lillio Conrad,sas theV-Moyie ' Leader; prizo,.'belt, by ' E.V,.A.   Hill.  Beatgehtlemau's costume, R. Coul-  ter,,as Mephisto;.prize,' pipe by A.  B. Stewart. -Best 'Sustained character, John Elmer, as coon; prize,  neckmuffler by CbAb Poote.'  Best  comic,.character/.jJohn  Fiiese   as  tramp; pair "of-skates'  by   F.   G.  Long." '���.       *_ y,,  y   -,     ,      <  The Hockey'"club-wish to extend their th'anks'to the ladies of  Moyie for the," excellent supper  they prepared^and served/ and  also to the merchants for the val-'  uable.prizes^they contributed.  *6ee����eef����&��9*'��9i��:��3��g)��33�� ���-*.�����  ���*  LOCAL ASSAYS  *Beniflt;Concert.  Mrf>. B. E. Taylor,and  son  have!  returned from Fernie,  i (  J. O. Mullen,was up from Cmn-  brook the first of the week.  Roy' Clothier was playing  liockey at Fernie last Monday.     '  Mike Torpy is In the hospit il a t  Cranbrook.    L<  Mrs. Routh is up from Michel,  and will remain'i'pr a few days. ,'  Thus far no ice has been put up  on Moyie lake.'  r , l (  Dr. Hall, ��� the dentist, went to  Hostner today, but will return  again next Tuesday.   "  J. P.'Caire   is  spending a'fe  days in' Alberta  - _ Miss Edith Hawke is quite ill at,  the  'homo' , of : her ' parents",on  Queen's avenue.   ,, Q '  John McOouch was taken to the  hospital at Cranbrook yesterday.,  Thawing the frozen water pipes  with, eleetiicity is'proving very  snecessful in Moyie.      "     , ���   *  a       .   '      - ���        . s    i     I  " A. B. Macdonald, of the law  firm of Harvey, McCarter & Macdonald, Cron brook, was'in town  Wednesday on professional busi-'  ness  !W  is again seriously  taken  to Cranbiook  "Your Own Store."  Begin the New Year with good resolutions,  ".   and order'3'our groceries  from,  [Moyie' Go-Operative Association, Ltd  Union men stand up   for' your  principle,  and buy union goods from   a  ���'     * Union   store.      - \   * .  The first Chinaman in Kaslo' to  escape the'headb'tax arrived last  . fr  TNION MEN, UNION GOOT^S.  h ������. ���������, i iii i ��� ��� ���  MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL.    ' ���>  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  ,J. liursday when a son;was born to  the r wife of* Jimj^Kee,-says - the  Kootenaiah. ���>   t~' *' y   >  \   ',    .    *  , '*'<���'* ;.'  .  1 A smelter will shortly be erect-'  ed in Vancouver to treat-ore  brought down from mines in Alaska,'according to William R-.\e,  of the Sunset Mines company.  M. J. Haney, who built the  Crows' Nest railway for the C. P.  fl, has the contract "of building  50 miles of road up in the Copper  river country. He intends to  have 3,500 men employed by th9  first of June. The road is backed  by the Morgan and Guggenheim  interests. =       *    c    ~~  b The youngest child  of'.Mr. and  Mrs. WmvBird  ill, and was  yesterday.  -   Ja*ines Roberts is acting as Secretary of the Miners', Union ldur-  .... . ing., the absence* of Thos.  Kelly  Elaborate.y,preparatious'' are  who' is. in   Nelson attending'"the  being made-for a; veryi complete meeting of the" district "union. '  program on Tuesday" the 20tb.,-in      m,    Ar    . -     , -"'     '  -   ' - "!iM <-    -  >*    - I  , The  Moyio orchestra  returned  order to raise funds for :the Fire  Tuesdas'- from Peruie,'wher<  Hall/ TBeVogmm: bids' well  t^���^ �������" "'erme, where  they  be one of the'ebest Wer tendered' Tr ^VIng f��r ? hote.L ��PeDin&  by local  talent in  Moyie,  being  A Lodge!, Visitation.  Largo and Commodious Sample Rooras.  Billiard Booms.  McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors. ^  THE    NEW    VBAR'IS TUB   TIME  FO& i   ,  Good Resolutions  I ike the f illowing good ones for 1009 and you   will  not regret.  |rriiat E. A. Hill carries the best underwear.   (Stanfields.)  fHio Kest Shoos,   (platers.)  Hie iJest Clotbing.C20 Century.)  ;''hafc it i& a "pleafiure not a habit" to wear those brauds  THE    FURNISH ER.  Imperial Banf of Canada.  Capifcal  Authorized���������������$10,000,000.  Capital Paid Up���_.������-..���������-5,000,000    y  Resit;���i���-������-r��- ---���r ���5,000.000     ( '  , . I, HRAN(.if*sir*r TiRirtWt' ooi.UJini.i;.  ��� '."whoiu!, Gol'lon. KamlooDS, 'Mlclicl, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria nnd Vancouver  Sayings Bank 'Department. ;.���'  ^���������nresttilluivod on deposits at current rato from  date of  clfMiosits.   ��� ���. ���"'  CRANBROOK BRANCH.'  Last Monday a bunch of AToyie  Odd Fellows, journeyed to Cranbrook and paid* the members of  Key City lodge a fraternal visit.  Those ' who went were: A. G.  Monkhouse. R.' Campbell, "W. H.  Laird, H. J. Lowes', P. J. Smyth,  A. MacFarlane, Chas. J. White,  Louis Collin, John McAffee, Norman Smith, P. J. McAlpine, Fred  Ege, Os'wal McDougall, Fred Atkinson, Fred Hazen and Con. Cos-  sar. Work in the third degree  was conferred by the Moyie degree team, after which there wa.s  a social session. Tables were  spread and all sat down to a  splendid lunchoon. Then there  were speeches, songs and' musical  selection?. The Cranbrook members are princes as entertainers,  arid the Moyie visitors were given  tho time of their lives.  varied J to ; suit. ,."a-'cosmopolitan  audience and- composed'.of.- solos?  duets, quartettes,*' trios;" bagpipe  and. violin solos and  duets, "step;  dancing,* recitations A and    etc.  ���Among-the many attractive numr  bers will be an interesting Address  from  Rev,   C*H.  Findlay,  from  Trail, who will-'be-^here for  that  purpose.'"  The   Moyie "orcbeotra  has  willingly   consented   to give  their ,assi3stance..    The     dance  which will take place  afterwards  will be lead off hy  a  Scutch'reel.  A   very, noticeable* feature  in  connection with this  benefit con-  i l  cert is the fact that those who are  doing the most work and who are  contributing their talent  towards  the  success  of    the   even Lug, are  persons who have the least^ cause  to fear loss from  fire  should  town bo visited  by.'* a  tion.    Every person who  owns  a  building or value their belongings  should come forward    on thia  oc-  cassion, and if they  cannot  sing,  dance or tell a story, they should  at least buy a ticket .to help along  j a work deserving of the most gen  erons supriort.  Saturday*" evening, I and  a social  dance Mjnday'evening.   '   A' (   ';  " - Tlie'jfaneral i,ofythe -late..'J6hn  Burch'was held last Sunday afternoon, from the Methodist church,  Rev. R. E.CoIIis officiating. The  Miners'-fumon1- turned out  body.    &       \     *��� ,  m   a  May Be Our Shannon.  The Toronto Globe of Januai y  ,11th contains an,account of 'the  death of' a'1 John Shannon, who  was killed at Cobalt. From the  general description io'is believed  the man was the same John Shannon who was in the Moyie camp  for some time, and was shiftboss  on the' hill at the St. Eugene.  The "< dispatch says tlie deceased  was forty-five years  of age. c'He  1 ��� i  had been mining in British Colum-  bia for the past twenty' years,  and last summer came home to  visit bis t family. About three  months ago he went up to pobalt  METAL- MARHE'  New York���Bar silver, 51] cts.  Lead $4.75.   ' -   Copper, 14i''cts.  Lo^DOS-i-Lead, ��13, 2t, Gel.  it-^i,. * ' i .-y*i2  . 'O    U,' v*  ,,\T,   '  Deserted Hi's Wife. -  <>#,  ��� * %l  At   Bjlliagyim/    Wa'3h.    , fch-a  other diy a   warrant   was i-;s-.ie I  against John   Hunter, of Fdrni'V  charging him with wifedej^rti >n:  Bast summer Hunter sent his wife  to Ballingham and'went  to .Sco1-;'  land for'a'trjp     lie returned  ru-'  cently,'' but   seemingly   will  d;>  nothing for his aged  sp uis'e,   an.' I  she is now an   objeab  oE '.charity^  an(Tkcure3"woVk~irrone'of*'tU^ known in  M.iyi'e  mines." A* blast'hsuTbeen prepared  and halproparty^hare 'until  r'l  'I t    ��� $1]  '���/���M  Ay-A  but out of three charges of explo  sive only two had gone   off.      He/  was working around  clearing out[  cently,  well to  He is  do.'  said   to  bo  c  fairly  i<*  t       .   -.^      - .when  his pickcame   in   contacfc/  nnno-hf- in   TH"i��phi nar?  Jas. A- McDougall returned yes- Llfih   th,   remaining   charge,   of/, ^"g^ 1Q ^^Cilin.ry,  " 'i A  "V-*v    |*  *  jAbl] 'yyM  -   I b v    ' .';3P  -^ \ yn  , -.-,ii     >>>^  .,   ���   l  r. nJa  *���* ���>���!       !,'i;''"��3  1      * *,*.*i.*     i'A^��-  Ar v y~M  -   > <���   '   * <r   ��� illt-jpf^l  ��� .*.    ,     -tr'A-m  ��� ijn   im,�� "*jr  * 5.'i        i. 'a*ilte  '   }if>    "���At  ',   Jim  ��� ������!  .41  l r*  *ft      __.      ���    charge,  teuliyfromCharlotteto'wn. P. E. | ���hose existence he was ignorant.  I, where he was . visiting several I iQ the explosion which followed a  months. He had a splendid trip. rock WIXS driven iuto one eye. He  Presbyterian  church.      Service J-was     hurried    to    the   hospital,  despite    his   terrible  the  conflagra-  ou Sunday evening at 7:30. Subject, 'The Cross aud the Holy  Spirit." All are cordially invited  to attend.  'The Spirit of Christianity"  will be the subject at the Methodist church Sunday evening.  Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. J  Mr. W. H, AVscott will sing '-My  Faith' in Thee" at the  Strangers welcome.  where, despite his terrible injuries, he lingered on till la to on  Friday niglit. His sister and intended bride arrivsd at his bedside before he passed away, but  he did not recognize them.  service.  B,  C. Debt Cut.  The financial statement of  British Columbia, presented shows  a surplus df $1,250,000 and a. reduction' of the liabilities of the  province of Oyer $2,000,000. The  legislature opened Thursday.  Married at Cranbrook,  BOARDERS���On February 10th  1 shall bo pleased to take a few  persons to board. Apply to Mrs.  James  "\Viight.  The shareholders of  the  Moyie  Co-Operative     Association     will  hold   their  annual   meeting  next'  Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.  Expect   Big- Run.  i        ,  It is said the Porto Rico -Lumber Company at Moyie have six  million feet of logs cut and on  skids, ready to be brought  down to, the mill in the spring  and cut into lumber. The company is looking forward to a big  season's business.  Fred Volfenotveth, while working in the sorting department nf  the Sd. Eugene concentrator List'  Tuesday, goc his arm caught in  some of the mtchiuery aud was  injured quite severely. The accident happened at oue o'clock and  the man was taken .to Cranbrook  to the hospital .on tlu afoernuj.i  train.  ��  No   Choice.  First Little Girl���Vc-ur papa  and main ma are not ical pari u lb.  They adopted yon,  .Second Little Girl���Wi'll, th-.fc  make3 it all the m irt> >*ati**f ictoi-v.  My parents picked me out and  yours had to taki you just as you  came.���Chicago New.-.  f  * ' i  j ��� > '_y.  ��� ���*;��  :. ������.$  >),   y  ���: .  *s-'  ,< ?-y  \* ��� y,  '. '   i   '-'-^  1   .' ,r���'  ��� !*Yi|  f li  Want Road Completed.  The Nelson board of trade will  send,a resolution to the Associated boards of trade asking for  the op-operation of that body in  bringing.pressure to bear to se-  cu'ro tii** early-building by the C. j  I'. It. nf a/line* of-railw.-i.y be?ttvOt'.n \  The wedding of John   A. Macdonald  and  Miss. Florence   Mary  MncDougall took   place  at   Cranbrook    last  Tuesday morning  at  8:30.    The groomsman   was  J.  C.  MaeKonzie, cousin of  the  groom,  and    the    bridesmaid    was   Miss  Maggie    Kennedy.     The     bride  wore white   silk  eoline,  trimmed  with Irish poiut lace,   and  hat to  match.      The    bridesmaid     wore  pale    blue    voile.     The  groom's  preseut to the bride was a set of  furs, and to tbe bridesmaid a gold  nocklace   and  locket.    The   bride  and   groom    received   some nice  presents in the way.of silverware,  etc.      Mr.   and Mrs.  Macdoi aid  have both  lived  in Moyie for a  considerable     time, y   and    have  a host of  friends  here ��� w;ho  will  join in.wishing them every   prosperity..    .--' ��� .���������,���'���  . - -������'...Y' ..'��� ������  District  Meeting,  The ahnnal convention df D"s-  trict No. 0 of the Western Federation of Miners was'in i'6e>-simvat  'Noison Uiis-\v.>ok>,VTho3.'.E:. Kolly,  K. of P.  Installation.  Tho officers for the present term  of St. Eugene Lodgo, Knights of  Pythias were installed at the regular meeting of the lodge last  Thursday evouiug. E. A. Hill, P.  C, was tho installing officer.  Following is a list of the officers:  B. E. Taylor, C. C.; M. McNeill,  V. C; P. J. McAlpine, Prelate;  H. C. Livosley, JI. of W.; C. A.  Cobb, M. at A.; A. G. Moukhouse,  M. of P.; C. A. Foote, M. of E ; E.  A. Hill, K. of 11. and S ; Albert  Gill, I. G.; Johu Fraser, O. G.; W.  J. Feltham, grand representittivc.  Th-sr.e w;as a luncheon and a  social vsession after the iustalla-  'tiou.s1 , '"~.:  eREHM  A Nifty Team.  * e  ni"  ������I"" of  rjp(*t*i*tr".!"��'"1 /ii.   the  '\r  i.l ie    union,  The members of the Moyie  hockey, team are doing a lot of  good, hard practicing, and from  present indications* tley *ni'I  make a'name for tnemselves before tho season is nvpr. The  team will go to the Rossland1  carnival, which opens on Febru- J  nry 2nd....-  Made from liealthfiil  grape cream of tm*i&r  Will make twice a^muoh good  bread, hi��mUj&n<l cake\ poundfor  pound j as the low priced imitations  made from alum and alum phosphates, and will make the food  appetizing and healthful. |  Dr. Price1 sCrca m Baking Powder  .its not only economical but makes  the food more wholesome,^ .  :  'it*  liK'^'b}  . :;&k>A..   I ."���Ay   ?'<'   I '  A  *".-V>,T.   ^   J,   .  '..��� ybrAsA, ,���>  i.-"*i~. *��"���",' *"'���  THE     LEADER.     MOVIE,     BRITISH      COLUMBIA  tfv'V   -  *'V*,  -i '-i%':  '��� *,"���-, *  Si  v'.V-'.Y-'fv^"'--' e  The Spoilers.  By  REX E. BEACH.'  Copyright.   1306,  by  Rex  E.  Beach.  j voice of the dealer. "The field of the , jarSon which to a layman would have  1 favorite. Ufa made eighteen straight . been unintelligible, illustrating them  ; passes. Get your money on tlio line." J by certain almost imperceptible shift-  j There ensued another breathless in- j ing*s of the fingers or changes in ib#  i stant wherein she heard  the thud of  NEW STRENGTH  A  QUEER  WOOING.  FOR WEAK GIRLS ���M��;U���  , ;nv-,i.t��si'i��;'irS^n  . _^>.4'' rSnirli  *������?*�� tS.��.f*;  1 ���  M*Mfi�� t. r,*s,4fa.  l*t��l& !���* i1 .uVV  (Continued )  [ When he had gone she pulled back  the curtains and. leaning her Chin in  her hands,, with elbows on the ledge,  gazed ���'.own upon the crowd. The  show was'over and the dance had begun, but she; did urit see It, for she  was thinking rapidly with tbe eagerness of oue who sees, Die end of a  long and weary search., She did not  notice the Bronco Kid beckoning to  her or tlie niau with hi,m,' so the  gambler brought his friend, along and  invaded, her box. lie introduced the  sY-' rcan as Mr. Chauipian.  "Do you.fecl like dancing?" tlio new-  , ecener inquired.'-  "NTo; I'd rather look on.,, I fee! 'sociable. You're a society man, Mr.  Champlan. Don't you know anything  of'iuterest?   Scandal or the like?*'  ','C'nn't say'that I do. My, wife at-'  tends to all that for the family. But  I know there's lots' of it. It's funny  to ine tbe airs 'some of these people  'assume up here, just as though "we  weren't all equal, north of fifty-three.  I never heaid tbe like.'"'  ���'Anything  new   and .exciting?"' .inquired Bronco, mildly interested.'  "The   last ,lI   hear4   was   about   the  , Judge's niece, Miss Chester.". ' ,   ���  Cherry     Malotte    turned    abruptly,  ���while the Kid slowly, lowered the front  legs* of his chair to tlie floor.  '    ,  "What"was it?" she inquired'. '  "Why. it eeoms she c-oiiiproinlsed her-  <  self pretty badly with this fellow Glenister coining up  on' the steamer^ last  "'spring.    Mighty   brazen, according  to  my wife.,  Mrs. Cham plan was on the  \isame ship and says she was horribly  shocked." }  Ah! .Glenister had told her only half  Ihe tale, thought the girl. "The truth'  r wasi .baring itself. At, that, moment  C'hnnipi.in thought she looked'the typical creature of the dance halls, the  crafty, jealous, malevolent adventur-  ' ess.       ' '' - < -  ;i  "And  the   hussy masquerades as  a  lady," she sneered.  "She is a'lady,'" said the Kid.   ,EIe  tsat   bolt   upright<and   rigid,   and'.the  knuckles of his  clinched hands were  v,e* .^'bite.    I*1  tl\& shadow they did  not note that his dark" face was ghastly, nor, (lid he say more except to bid  Chaiuplau good by when he left,'later  on.    After the door had cl.osed, how-  ��� eyer. the Kid* arose and stretched his  muscles, not languidly, bub as though  dice; then followed the shor.t of triumph that told what the spors revealed. The dealer paid cff. Glenister  reared himself head and shoulders  above the others and pushed out  through the ring to the roulette wheel.  The rest followed. Behind the circular table they had quitted, the dealer  was putting away his dice, and there  was not a coin in his rack. Mexico  Mullins approached Cherry, and she  questioned him.  "He just broke the crap game," Mullins told her.   "Nineteen passes without  losing the bbnes."  "How. much did he win?"'  "Oh,   he  didn't   win   much *hiinself.  but it's  the "people betting  with' him  that does the damage!   They're gam  biers, most of them/and they play the  limit.  lie took ou litre black jack ban1:  roll first, ��4,000. then cleaned ��.o 'Tab.'  By that' time, they!n horns began to  come in.    I'.'i the greatest'run I ever  sec."  "Did you get iii ?"  ���    "Now, don't you know that I never  play anything but 'bank'?, If ho lasts  long enough, to reach tho faro iayout,  I'll get mine."  Tho excitement of the crowd began  ,to infect the girl, even though she  looked on from 'the ohtside, ,Tlie ex*,  ultant voices, the sudden bush,' the  tensity of nerve It all betokened, set  ber a-tlirill. A strangerjeft the throng  and rushed to the spot where Cherry  and Mexico stood' talking, lie. was  small and sandy,' with shifting glance  and chiulcss jaw. Ills eyes glittered,  bis teeth shone ratlike through his dry  ,llps, and his 'voice was shrill, Jls  darted toward them like some furtive,  frightened little animal,' unnaturally  excited,  ' ���  ' , . '  . "I guess that isnft so bad' for three  bets!',' He shook a sheaf of banknotes  at themv  "Why don't you stick?" inquired Mullins.   , ''*>,' i  "I am too wise. IJa!, I know when  to quit. .lie can't win steady���ho don't  play any "System."   '      ,'. ,  "Then he has a good chance,",, said  the girl.,-       ,',,'.    ' ',..'*-  "There h'e( goes *now," the'little'man  cried;as the uproar arose. "I told you  he'd Jose." At the'voice of *the multitude he wavered as though affected by  sbme powerful magnet. . . ���' b' ' '  *. "But he won again," said Mexico.  "No! Did he? Lord! I quit too  rsoon!"   ' '.���'���        j"  , He scampered back -into the other  room, only to return, hesitating, his?  money tightly clutched. ' " '" ,  .. "Do you s'pose it's safe? ^ l' never  saw a> man ,bet ,so reckless. b\ guess  I'd better'quit, eh ?" He noted the sneer  on the woman's face, and without wait  ing a reply dashed  off again.    They  Offhand   Wedding   ��nd   th��  Bride's  Scant   Trcusseau.  position of  his hand so slight as to ',  ; '    Lav,tU-*bei-e-5 *.laitn ib.il  he brought  thwart discovery.    Through it all the ' C?fl   be   Had  Through  the   KICP,   nlK)U't the iniur|aSc ol Whistler hi thus  ^ed Blood  Made by Dr.       rc-onied t., the -Life of *���"'e,��  J ���    j- i^peve 1 am responsible for \\ nis-  Williams' Pink Pills:   ,      ��� (]er.s ,'n.,.rri:ige ro tin? widow of Mr.  There comes a lime  i" the  life of  girl stood by and followed  his every  word and motion with eager attention.  She needed no explanation of the terms  they used.    She knew them all; knew  ihat the "bearse driver" was the man  who kept the cases; knew all the code  of tho "inside life." To her it was all  as an open page, and she memorized  more quickly than did Toby the signs  by which the Bronco Kid proposed to  signal what card be had smuggled  from the box or held back.  In faro ft Is customary for the case  keeper to sit on the opposite'side of the  table from the dealer, with- a device  before him' resembling an abacus, or  Chinese adding,machine. When a card  is removed' from the faro box, by tiie  'dealer, the' "hearse driver", moves a  buttou  opposite a' corresponding  card  on his little machine, in order that.the { ville, '.X.S..   who   says:  players' at' a   glance   may   tell   wbat|Of  sixteen   years   L  Mt  spots have been played or are, stfll in   home ,to  attend  lugh  almost&every girl when sickness attacks IierV The strain upon her blood  supply is too great, and there comes  headaches and backache*, loss of appetite, attacks of cli^inc-s-s and  heart  palpitation,'and   a genoial  tendency   ...*,....  ��- ���- ��� -   --;.,������.,.  in      ���.   nth.  to i decline. .The only thing thai can   v'lously greatly attracted t    *d*�� o��>  promptly-and    speedily    cure    t hfisa   er. and in  a \ ague* sort:of waj   tlcy  troubles is  Dr.  Williams' Pink  Pills,   thought of  mnrrjIiiR.    fco  I took the  ���lintKT ln  ll!1,ul  t0 bHl1"  tbinss t0 .a  tier's  Godwin, the iirc-bltcci. She was a re-  markablv pretty - woman and very  acre-cable, and both she and he wore  thorouah bohenilans. 1 was dlulnff  with-thorn and some others one evening at  Carl's Court.    Thoy  wore ob-  Artother  Philanthropist. -  "Why don't you abolish si nips ami  high steps on your sii-imm i-nr liUf/H?"  "My friend." answered Mr., Dustln  Stax Impressively, "scientists tell us  that .unless we take more exercise we  will become more,creatures of brain,  , with, neither arms dor legs.* I'm try-  j ing to stand between humanity and-aa  awful fate.'"-Washington Star.  Strictly Fcminine.Y  1   always   let   papa   buy  my  This is the only medicine that actually makes new, rich, red blood,  and a plentiful supply of uch blood  is the one thing needed io maintain  the health of growing girls and wo-i  men of mature year*-. The truth of  this statement is pioved in tlie cas-ej  of Miss Ksther'K. Spioule. Trueman-  'wlll   you   marry  "will yon  practical point.  "Jimmy."   I   said,  Mrs. Godwin?" ,  ','Cortainly,'' he replied.  ��� "Mrs.' Godwin,"   1   said,  marry Jim my?"'     ,   ���  "Certainly," she replied.  "When;" I asked.  "Oh, sonic day." said Whistler. i  "That won't do." I said.    "We'inust  "At the age  my  countiy  cliool.      The  the  bos.    His  duties,  though simple, I c]��*\<-   confinement  imd  long hours of  are Important, for should be make an'f*udJ .near >'  br0?te ,in,<2   C0WlJ'floi^?    ljaJe a, dnt,e-M   -   ���     ,  thnt  ,   ^onM  ' blood usupply seemed to be deficient, |    s0  t**Py  b<.th agreed  that I  should  and I grew pale'and depressed.'I iyas< choose the day.'whatschiirch to come  dizzy  nearly  all  the  time,  and  pim-j l0 for ([1(> ceremony, provide the cler-  ]>les   broke   out  on  my   face.    1   wna j ���^!mnn  and-give  the' bride" away,    I  altogether   in   a   iriiseinb-e''condition J   ���   fl nn onr,    ,,atc (UK,  pot lu'e tben  and it seemed  impossible for ine to        - u    , of .commons.  continue my ^d^u.i^ I-fonnd^   ^ ��� [^   Mr/ ^  (q   ^^  t,je  ���to take out tlib'cramp of long tension.  He vet his lips, and his mouth was so j  saw him clamorouslyk'fight his way in'  dry that the sound caused the girl to    '"'       '   .    .__.     ... ........  look. up.    v  ��� *��   *   .    ti   ifa<0i-Mtk*rL  .. :,.'.-i.v.]ii.t  "What are-you'grinning'at?" 'Then,  as the light struck his face, she started.  "Mv, how vou look! ' What ails you?  Are yon, sick?" No one, from Dawson  down, had seen the-Bronco Kid as be  looked tonight.1",' *  "No; I'm'not sick.'^he answered in a  cracked voice. .\        '   >   -      ',,  ,  Then the girf'laughed harshly. '  VDo you   love  that girl ,too?    Why,  she'sigot every man in town crazy!"- *  She wrung her hands, which is a bad  ' biga <Jrj a capable person, and as-Glen-  Jsler  crossed   the   floor   below   in   her  sight she said, "Ah-h���fi could kill him  for that!"  "So could  I," said the Kid and left  her without adieu.  ���J'-.^-tJ'- -i'i.Jfi  '    'uft!"-V'V'C,V'J"'1;' V  t4'U'%f$H  i';-?*^.4sli  ?. ' \t\-\lkf *',  S.,.,fl     "K >li  L.-,**-'--*ji1-",*'*  '���.i>'-'?':i'>i  .-*..; �������  .li!  YJ  CHAPTER XIII.  OR a long time Cherry' Malotte  sat quietly thinking, removed  by ber mental stress to such an  infinite distance from the music  iiid turmoil beneath that she was conscious of it only as a formless clamor.  She bad tipped a chair back against  the door,'wedging it beneath the knob  so that she might be saved from interruption, then flung herself' into another seat and stared unseeingly. As  she sat thus and thought and schemed  harsh and hateful lines seemed lo eat  into her , face. Now and then she  moaned impatiently, as though fearing  lest tho strategy she was plotting  might prove futile; then she would,  rise and pace her narrow quarters.  She was unconscious of time and had  spenti perhaps two hours thus' when  amid the buzz of talk in the next  compartment she heard a name which  caused -her to start, listen, then drop  her preoccupation like a mantle. A  man was speaking of Glenister. Excitement thrilled his voice.  "I never saw anything like it sinc-i  McMantor's night in Virginia City,  thirteen years ago. lie's right."  ' "Well, perhaps so," the other replied  doubtfully, "but. I don't care to hack  you. 1. never 'staked' a man in' my  life."  toward  a post tat  Uie -roulette table.  "Let me through!,' I've got money, .and  I want to' play it!"     '     *  "Pah!"-'  said - Mullins    disgustedly,  "He's one (of them  Vermont desperadoes that never, laid a bet till he was  thirty.   "If  Glenister'loses   he'll'hate  him for life."    *   '        ���     - - >   -  "There are -plenty of his sort -here,"  the girl remarked,   "nis soul would Ot  m a flea track.;;   She spied the Bronco  Kid sauntering back toward  her. and  joined   him. > He   leaned' against*-; the  wall, watching the gossamer, thread of  smoke twist upward from his cigarette, seemingly oblivious to the surroundings andt showing no hint of the  emotion he had displayed two hours  tKifore. ' c  "This is a big killing, isn't it?" ^aid  the girl.  The gambler nodded, murmuring indifferently, i  "Why aren't you dealing bank? Isn't  this your shift?" ,  "1 quit last night."  "Just in time to miss this affair.  Lucky for you." "���  "Yes; I own the place now. Bought  It yesterday."  "Good heavens! Then it's your money he's winning!" ,  "Sure, at the rate of a thousand a  minute."   '  She glanced at the'long trail of devastated tables behind Glenister and  his .followers. At that .instant the  sound told that the miner bad won  again, and it dawned upon Cherry that  the, gambler beside her stood too quietly, that his hand and voice were too  steady, his glance too cold to be natural. The next moment approved her  instinct. ,  The musicians, grown tired of their  endeavors to lure back the dancers,  determined to join the excitement and  ceased playing. ,The leader laid down  his violin, the pianist trailed up the keyboard with a departing twitter and  quit his stool. They all crossed the  hall, headed for the crowd, some of  them making ready to bet. As they  approached the Bronco Kid. bis lips  thinned and slid apart slightly, while  error and' should -tlie position ' of. his  counters not tally with the cards in the  box on the "last turn," all bets on the  table are declared'void. When honestly dealt,' faro Is tbe fairest of all  gambling games, but it 'Is Intricate and  may hide much knavery. When the  ganip is crooked it Is fatal,,'for out.of  the ingenuity' of'generations of card  sharks there have been evolved a multi-  ' tude <5f devices with which to fleece ,the  unsuspecting. These are so carefully'  masked, that none but the Initiated may  know them, >w;hllc the freemasonry, of  the craft Is strong and discovery unusual,        r ,    "*'- / '  Instead' of using a' familiar arrangement like the "needle-tell," wherein an  invisible'  needle   pricks'   the ' dealer's  thumb, thus signaling the presence' bf  ,certain cards, the Bronco Kid had.determined  to. use the   "sand-tell."     In  other   words,    he   would    employ"'^ a  ^"straight box," but a deck of cards,  certain ones of Which had been, roughened or sandpapered slightly, so that;  ,by pressing  more heavily on  the top  or exposed,card, the one beneath would  stick  to" Its neighbor  above  and   thus  enable-him to deal two witb* one 'motion  If tlie occasion  demanded.    This  roughness would" likewise' enable .him  to   detect   the   hidden������ presence  of, a  marked card by the faintest scratching  . sound1, when' he dealt.c  In"this manipulation  it  would   be1 necessarj' 4al^o' to  shave the edges of some of the pasteboards a trifle,t so that when the deck  was forced firmly against one side of the  box there would be exposed a fraction  of the small   figure  in  the  left hand  corner, of the concealed' cards.    Long  practice in the  art ot 'jugglery, lends  su'e-h"'proficiency,, as to battle discovery  and rob' the game of its uncertainty.as  speedy   cure.     *   ���..-���    -.  prescribed bv the ��� doctor, but thoy ceremony  proved useles>. Mv mother urged me! It took place a few days'later. ���  to-try, Dr., Will-anis' Pink Pills, and A A-ttcr the ceremony was over we ad-  I finally consented to do so. T had Mourned lo oWbNtli-r's studio.' where  hardly finished the second box before [ we had |.rep:ired a banquet., Tbe lian-  a ."change for the, better .took placei i qU/>t was on the table,,but .there��� wero  and the use of a few boxes more fully j n0 chairs, So w,* sat pn packing cases,  restored my health; and I have since <,Tl)c iinppy ' pair when  I   left had not  "Yes,  hats."   ' . -       ,  "13 his tasto so goodV ',' ' ,,  "ft Isn't a matter of taste. Papa1  always* buys hats that are too expensive, and then loh'ange them and gat  the difference.".��� Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  GirEhood Vig0r  Regained.  . i    , ��� ���   ��� i  Embarrassing.     ,    '���    ��� ���  Good niWdotes,,of Saphir, thfigrnat.  Gei-jnnn humorist and editor, are told ���.<**��� v-. -  ,- -.���  ,in D-M-lin.   A young couple, nevl'lv en-   m JSat"re s'lv* *'yy   'ln"iiZ^-l  gaged,   were favored  with'.a .letter'ot   every  woman  i-lu.-j;,] ....     J"1-*--! I  introduction,,to    Saphir.  which   they   regularly,, Jt oictu.-m ��,, ,     ^H  NowJ the'gentleman. J w .U��e  gu-ale.-it of ',]/" a'^ Ui  ���The difficulty wiii..,  in tho fact that wli �� T *? ^"i fe'  about the ).o��il/ItVi:farfel<*,  family  and  U,vc,   ,   *e "��� lb  ever, pay ntt,ni *   W^.  been well "and strong. T fcol that I  cannot Say too -much in favor Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, and I strongly  recommend them to other - ailing  girls. ,   " . '  Yon can 'get these Pills from ,any  medicine, dealer or by mail, at fifty  cents' a.; box or six boxes for ?2,50  from The Dr.-AVilliams' Medicine Co,',  Brockville,' Ont. ���, ,  J 111*1 ( f        j>   *, ,  -"They, are coaching him' for liis exam-nations."    .        ,    i     '   ' .      , '  "No."      ��       ���  _ .���.',' '...'c  "So  T  hear." * ^   A  "Psliaw! ..They, are ��� automobiling  him."���Xashville eAmerican.      ,  .      <  A Safe^Pill for'Suffering Women.���  The secluded life of, women -which  permits-of little healthful exercise,1 i3  'a fruitful cause of derangements of  the stomach and liver and is accountable for 'the pains and -lassitude t/iat  so many of "them "experience. * Parmelee's iVegetable Pills,,will .correct  irregularities of the digestive organs  and restore health and vigor. ' Tho  most ..delicate woman can' use them  with safety, because' their action,  while'effective is ,mild and soothing.'  quite decided  whether th��*y would gor  that eveuiug to Paris or remain In the  studio. ��� -  'Y'How   'unpractical,   they    wore    was  shown  when I' happened  to, meet the  ��� bride -the day before the marriage" ln  the street , , ''    '   '  y'Don't forgot tomorrow,',*'I said.  "Xo," she replied'; "1 am just gblng  to get. my trousseau." ' '-,"������,  ,, "A 'little late for 'tua&.Is it not?;* I  askod.      .   . a'    *.   ,  d>    ,  u j  "Xo." she answered, "for, I am only  -going to buj* n'new too.tbtirusb and a  now spongo, as ono 'ought to have new  -ones when ono marries."   .     ,      A  DON'T FIGHT. THE  WEATHER.  Cassidy���Hello,- Casey,-how's things  surely as the player-is robbed of his I wid ye these days :  money. It is,'of course, vital that the  confederate case, keeper* be able to-'in-  terpret_ the dealer's signs' perfectly in  order to rnove*the sliding 'ebony, disks  to correspond, 'else trouble will accrue  ,nt the .completion of tbe^hand when  -the cases, come, out1'wrong.      ���  '    y  Having * completed ' his   instructions,  the' proprietor went forward, and Cher-  busy,  very  busy.  m-  Casey���Oh,  'dade.'       < i,  Cassidy���Ye don't tell"mef? '-��� '��� '  ' Casey���A'ye. "~ Sure iv'ry /time .I'm  atilayj-ure fl  h'ev somethTnt  to "do���'  The Catholic Standard and 'Times. -,  *��� ���*       ��� i,- i *    **      j1    -      '  "Then lend me tho money.    I'll pay { out of his heavy lidded eyes there (lar-  ���?i,'>N  bi  If  <U -i   :  yjr  m  ��~.   ?i  j. ry  i .*y  W  f  r "  l,b'-\  \ Ar  **  ��� <�����:��  fi  It back In" an hour, but for heaven's  sake be quick. I toll you hu's as  right as a goldon guinea. It's llic lucky  night of his life. Why, he tinned o\er  the black Jack game In tour bets. In  fifteen uiluutes more wc can't get close  enough to a table lo send hi our money  with a ine*��seni;or boy-every sport In  camp will be hero."  "I'll stake you  to  fifty," the second  Plan .replied, in a. tone that showed a  rate of his companion's .excitement. *  ]So Glenister was gambling,- the girl  fearued, and with such luck as to break  the   black  jack  game  and  excite  the  agreed of every gambler iu camp.  News  oi liis winnings had gone out into tlio  street, and the sporting men were coming to share his fortune, to fatten like  vultures on the adversity'of ���their fellows.     Those   who   bad   no  money   to  stake   wore   borrowing,   like   the   man  noxt door.  She left ber retreat and. descending  ; the.sfairs,  was greeted  by a  strange  sight.    The dance  hall  was empty of -J ly  a!! but the musicians, who blew aiid  fiddled lustily in (v.ain endeavor to draw  from the rapidly' swelling crowd that  thronged, the gambling room and  stretched to the door. The press was  Ihickest about a table, midway down i  the hall.    Chci��ry could sec* nothing of  cd unreasoning rage. Stepping forward, he seized the foremost man and  spun him about violently.  "Whore are you going?"  "Why, nobody wants to dance, so  wo thought we'd go out front for a  bit."  "Get hack, all of you!"    It was his  first chance to vent the passion within  him.    A glance at his maddened  features was sutlicient for the musicians,  and they did' hot delay.    By the tune  they bad resumed their duties, however,   the   curtains   of   composure   had  closed upon the Kid, masking bis emo-  Uonagaiti, but from her brief .glimpse  Cherry  Malotte .knew   that  this-, man  was not of ice,as 'some supposed.    lie  turned to her and said. "Do you mean  what you said upstairs?'  "I don't understand."  "You said you could kill Glenister." .  "I could."  "Don't you love"--  "I hate him," she interrupted hoarse-  lie gave her a mirthly smile and,  ���^   Only. One  "BROMO ,QUI NINE'** ' ,  a Cold 'ift One Day.     25c.       :������,'"-���"  i     -           - -           r' * -  ,1      -      ^' ^  .  ... >... ,,,  Johnnie���An' yer didn't1 get nothin''  but a knife and a football for Christmas ?     .        - , . u   *      ,  Willie���Dat's all I got what's.any  good. Dero wuz an overcoat 'an' hat,  an' a,suit of clothes,/an' some underwear, an' stockin's, an/ gloves, an' a  whole lot of other things like dat; but  dey ain't no kind ob Chritsmas presents.���Harper's'Weekly:    *  '  ��� G&,      i    ,  wheel.- 'She wished to watch Glenister,  butY.could'not get near him because of  the crowd.   The men would not make  |  room  for  her.     Every eye was  glued  upon   the. table   as   though   salvation  lurked  in  its rows of .red and black.  They "were paclied behind it until the  croupier had barely room  to spin the  hall, and although he forced them back,  thoy   pressed forward   again   inch   by  inch, drawn by the song of the ivory,  drunk with its worship, maddened by  the breath of Chance. ,  ,    Cherry  gathered that  Glenister was  still   winning,   for  a   glimpse   of   the  wheel  rack between, the shoulders of  those  ahead showed * that the  checks  were nearly out of it  Plainly It was but a question of minutes, so.she backed out and took her  station beside the raro table where the  Bronco Kid was dealing. His fac*  wore its colorless mask of indiffereaee,  hia long white bands moved slowly  with tlie certainty that betokened absolute mastery of his art. He was  waiting. The ex-crap dealer was keeping cases.  The group left the roulette tablesin a  few moments and surrounded her,  sGlenister among the others. He was  not the man she know. In place of  the dreary hopelessness -with which he  had left her, his face was flushed and  reckless, his collar was open, showing  the base of his groat, .corded neck,  while the lust of the game had coarsened him till he was again the violent,  untamed, primitive man of the frontier.  His selfstraint and dignity were gone,  lie had tried the now ways, and they  were not for him. He slipped back,  and the past swallowed him.  After leaving- Cherry be had sought  some mental roller by idly risking the  silver iu his pocket. Ho had let the  coins lie aud double, then double again  and again. lie had been Indifferent  whether he won nr lost, so assumed a  luckless disrogircl for tho"1a"ws of probability, thinking that ho would shortly  lose the money he bad won and then  go home. He did not want it. When  his luck remained the same, he raised  the stakes, but it did not change���be  could not io:;e. Before he realized it,  other ��?n'were betting with him, animated purely by -greed and craze of  the sport. First one.-'then another  joined till game after game'was closed,  and each mom.->iit tho crowd had grown  .In size and enthusiasm so that its fever  crept into him, imperceptibly at first  but ever increasing, till Vie mania mas''  tcred him.'  (To  be: Continued.)  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  ���, Gentlemen,���Last winter I received  great benefit from the use? of MIN-  ���AHD'S LINIMENT in a severe attack  of La Grippe, and I hace frequently  proved it to be very effective ."n cases  of Inflammation.  Wifey (in a hurry)���Oh, bother !  I ins get away in- %the most mysterious manner.. ���  Hub���My dear, one has to be sharp  to match a pin. The reason they get  away is because they are pointed one  way and headed another. ��� Boston  Transcript.  Try   the   Plan   of  ,Being   on   Friendly  , '       <���      Terms With It..' .,'    "  L,   What a great .misfortune this,Is, the  habit  of coucldoriugyhe   weather���of ,  ���thinking that we"*must ^consider  tl*o,  weather!   It is largely due, is'lc not, to  .clothes?   No mention Is tna'de'of"rain  "In the garden of,Eden,'but we  must  not therefore;  coutend that  rafin   was  disagreeable   and  omitted.     We   must,  recollect that Adam aud   Eve'did not  ���need .to consider ..rain.    Furthermore,'  in blessed ignorance they did pot know  that it w^as nnytliing-t6'be-cpnsldfred^  '.To mind tho rain no'more'than the  "May sunshine,'  but. to" plunge into'"'It  and let the'drops pelt ns tbey^wlll, to  "accept snow without; a,thought of discomfort." \but.  .rather,'   to* f,enjoy-, tlie*  thronging> presence'of.tIt; 'to   pursue  one's daily, stint regardless of" whether  the,sky ,be duri\o'r blue-^thls1 Is' a state  whleh'we. espcclally-of the"cities, long/  long,hare lost. .' ',-    ���     "   ~ * -",  We regain'it, some' of-us, in'the wilderness camp.' where we' bunt or fish  if 'the day^be .dark "or If the day bo  bright, and where0we find 'that the  dash of th'e soft rain on one's face Is"  not death, after all; that "wetness aud  dryness are merely relative terms.  All the centuries of fussing and fuming with the weather have not'affected  tbe weather ono' particle. ��� It still ralna  and snows and sleets and blows. Just  as dlctiitcd by circumstances. ^Therefore, what's the use? Are, your puny  diatribes of. mine of any greater po-'  tency than those of >others, gone before? Evldently'not. Accordingly try  the plan of being friendly- with the  weather, of agreeing witli ft Instead ot  fighting It, and, 'pon my word, presently it will be, agreeing with you.���  B. L. Sabin In Lippincott's.     -  journalist, who", had heard .about him.  lie received the (pair  wilK' euipresse-,  ment,'.' insisted upon tlieir Being sent,  Vd   in   his    most    comfortable  'eof>y  elinin-,' assured tbcm how, pleased h"  was to hoar of their engagerr-tfnt and  wound   up-"with.   "Now,* pray,,, yo.u'  must, you^really must, toll ,mo wluch-  of you is to be'the bride."  1 I *���     - ,iT. ', * *** "r;'i  ' !  ,    -   - ���;���:���7?.���3T~,.- .    i   . *,* .'   -   .��  Minard,*"Ltnim��nti' Cures* Diphtheria^'  11 ,   '.*     '  ''- 'Ro'jmrlor���But' why- did,/ the  , Harrises . and    the a Boggles   end, .their  hied?!*'  Native���iWoU,  Ah reckon  I. Miller,'of C33Hn77Thni, b, ,���   i  nlpeg   proved ti���h l�� ,h?��l' H  am  thankful  for ��Jia, ,,f "���� 1  done ,for me,    , I :!ct,,n^'  'appetite ��� waTs^^-j^^rs; y  ach.was greatly .^..j, /-r'W.i  1 am strong ar.tl ���,,!), ,"�� **j I  hM brought- me I.c*rn,aCSft1  did More Ukiup l'.i>if1I,|,   , W  vigor of girlhood in '������ ^-j^*  more." ,\<   ��� * '  8 . "'?/ ^.'J- -l^Wno regulate aild fUe,^1  happened, \ol keep up( no; intereat'" in  t)r.ngs0'��o', th'; fued'-jost.jinqjtli'ly died  --Cleveland ��� Leader,   '.     '   y-     "���-.'���  ���    -, ii_- : !-.,- *���'-��    ,  A1. Powerful Medicine.��� /The healing properties iu six esscnlial^oilsare  concentrated .in .every., bottle* ^of ^l)r.  Thomas' EclectricOii; fdrming-*one'*.of  the most beneficial ; liuimcntd'',',ever  offered to the uae df.mari. Thousands  can,testify as'to its,power in allaying'  pain/' and many thousands more' can  certify 'that, they' pwei-their,;l��mlth,  to, it, Jifl-tftj. wonderful power is 6xpress-  od,1 by "its* cheapness, b7'' - % ' - ' ��� -  ,        iti * �� '        ^  "Ha has everything' to,jnako' ar wo^  man happy.'y     '"       '.A 'A"   ,       J'  "On  the  contrary,- he  hasi nothing  but whealtli.".'.   . <   a '-.,*>"     '- ,��� -'  "DearJme!-, What more can.*ra'���\vo-  man  ask  of her  husband'than that,  he have wealth?'/ '    '",'���',    '     j  ' *' That   he ' have   brains,' * b?altty��  bravery."    , ��� **      ' ' ��� '    '   . ^      /  '- "Hut " w .       i    '        y        - "     ',  "Or. failing.'therie.'heart dweaae.'.'.-y-  Ofe,      '. ,'       -    ' ' " ii" jt.  " "  '/. Beresford'; is'a Vegetarian.1  -.(People" who, believe- that. 'MwJl  ala" slfoiild be rlvft to die a lu'mi'l  death,'i.ftnd - burlwl ��� w-ihoat hj^'f  thei^ bones, picked, fttc- calmg $$1  tion ter'thc j-tindsue?? of Ai'  Lojd Charles Bi-rWford, and thi  Uiat for^ gdine yoai., he liku,,���-  fa��tly - adhered to a vcgeUnm ��*|  Not only doos Lord ,(1hnrlw. r*fat^|  eat meat,''but fr>r a long iinie U^T  held- the, theory ,that man iil*&|  without w|ne or'up:itt.v oi onj-Joil  In fact, his conVj^i'm-i on tfe*ujl  'ar��.- so'.strong fhiu ih.-> dcx-ion .\\  at^nded him" .diwihg- hif 'n.oeiiilj|  ne^a ^ had, tho f!roftt.."*tv ciiffiaillt gl  persundirig him thnt t.timijlants'*Tj|  necessary .for lm full rijeoverr.  J',,  ^Repeat   it:���"Shiloh's Cure'will,  always cure my cougfhs.'and colds."  '������'.' -/-Clergymen Are.' Scarce. V-." "'-  ��� The reliictanco of m<��n "to ioke holy.  orders; in--.the \ Church .'of 'Kriglahd.-'  which, is i so noticeable* a feature -a't,  the\-��rescnt time:-is a matter*of ntorf  than- ecclesiastical'-iriterest. tf'allectE  not���\only' the "BxisGng^olergv". "as' nlsb.  the. laity alone, ^bid , the' nation "as a'  whole.���Nineteenth Century. . v   ,    ,  ' A-'PilTThat Lightens Li}��.���Toil  ��� mun.^who, is, a victim of iiKJiffiial  tlio IransacliOn oi bn-utieib .b^osil  an ndddd'misery. He cannot mm I  tratc'lii^iuiAdJupmi hi-* t&skiuil  los*- and-vvexation ntu-iul him, It  such!, rtAJinan, I'uriixflciij'-j VtfitfiJ  Pills'' offer,- relief. A conr** oi tgl  merit, '.Yttccording to dirtctions/til  conyinee+jiirri. qf ,t,heir jkai^-iwiiail  They,.are confidently ri-cmiuceasil  ,be*cau8e,thay' will do ail Uiat ischa|  'id-'for ,*lh<jm;v '    <��� r  "    *    ,' "  "*      ��V "*     b     lW     "t,        .-!������i   ii- ��� ���        I >. t  ^''fWh'ot^i&.'the -objoct' oi m'v\  -A'Av}?*: f    , o ������ ,,  *r "You"wish tho truth"-"  ���"Why., yes."   .' "'.    .,.'  ���' ','ToVget* oiir name; in the.paral  is often as''possible.,"--Kjn'ii't^|  Journal.!    '   , s  INE  ^<ld  p  - Repeat  it: ��� "Shiloh's Cure will alwas's  aire   my   coughs   and    colds."  Never give painted toys to very  young children. They are a source  of great danger, as it is difficult to  prevent children fiom putting them  to their mouths, more particularly  nt teething time- 'Tin toys aio also  better banished from the nursery, ns  many a nasty cut, is caused by a fall  on the sharp edges of a tin toy badly  made.  Kinnikinic. ,'*>''  "We ran out of tobacco while fishing'  in  the  Canadian  wilds," said, a club-,  man.  '"Our guides put us on to kinnikinic,   and   we  smoked   that  for   ten  days.   It wasn't bad.  "Kinnikinic Is the Inner bark of'the  ,red 'willow. Y6n dry It, then\you cut  it up. It really tastes like tobacco.  The Indians always use it when they  can't get the real thing, and I understand that'there are certain brands of  Canadian -tobacco that are flarorcd  .with kinnikinic."  JZLY  Wkeiher yon consider  Dependable Qualify, Ease and Comfort,  Dressy Appearance, or Reasonable  Price, Hralra Fell Shoes and Slippers  meef.each.and every requirement.    .  \  bUist on the dWler ihowing you the "Elmik"  .Trademark when purchasing felt footwear.   -  &>/</ by Dta/trs Throughout th�� WtstA  fri.  ti  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Ristemper.  "Ha!" said the Terrible Turk as,-  he rode up to the safest .place'-'in'-tlie  camp while the battle with'the fierce  Bulgars was going on, "is the* army  infighting condition?"  "I may sav., ��� your highness," said  nis. general.'discreetly, "ill's in good  running order."���Baltimore American.  Emperor William's Appetite.  The Emporor, William I., was a fin��>  looking man notwithstanding his age,*  ancl he had that old world manner  which is as fit tractive ns it is raro.  lie was full of gaycty awl chaffed  some of the young people prosont. It  was a mystery to. me how he surviv.  od what ho ;>.to and dn>nk, tilth ouch  ho wns doing n cure. Tie b-*g,in with  poached opgs >���:"' wont on to potted  moats-, and vr*-,---��� str��i*i,'e Gorman  flishcR, nrldor] n,; r*y cups of strong  tea, and onded with'strawberries, ic*s  and swoot, tnpicl champagno. ' Wo  talked banalities. Tt wns not voryex-  citing ���Lady Randolph 'Churchill's  IjLerainiscencc'S.   ." .'    ..  ^ ALWAYS,;  EVERYWHERE    IN-'- CANADA  ASK   FOR,,  spying   the   crap   dealer   leaving  bankrupt  tabic,  called   him  over and  said:  "Toby. 1 .want you ��� to -drive tlie  hearse vylion Glenister begins to play  faro.    I'll deal.   '��� Understand '."  "Sure!    Going  to give  him  a   little  wtiat went on there, for men and wo- { 'work.' eh?"  men stood ton deep about it and oth- I "I never dealt a crooked card I" thin  ers perched on-chairs and tables along camp," exclaimed the Kid, "but I'll  the walls. A roin- arose suddenly, foi- ! 'lay' that man tonight or I'll kill him'  lowed by utter .silence; then came the j I'll use a 'sand-tell,' see? And I want-  clink nnd rattle of silver. A moment j to explain my signals to j-ou. If you  and tlie crowd resumed its laughter | miss the signs you'll queer ns both and  and talk.     ( ' nnt tho'house on tho iii'-��,k."  "AH rirtwV bars." sounded the level     He rapidly 'yhearsed his si-mals in -a  V/ise Red Men..  William   Hanloy.ii  well  known  Da-  luth   cruiser and'.limber   man,   tolls a  good story  of Indians and the impor-  .     .,-tance'���of' personal   imblicity  to a  rod-  113 , skin.   Ilanloy was in charge of a big  drive on the St. Croix -river, and in'nhe  vicinity of ,T.iyIor"s falls a big jam occurred.   Among the drivers  were half  a dozen Indians.  They were good men  on   the   rivc-r  and   held   up  their  end  with  the  white men.   One  day  while  inspecting, the jam ITnnley passed the  six Indians.   In n spirit of good nature  ho hailed the Indians and said:  "Break that' jam. boys, and I'll put  your names iu the paper."  "Ugh!" responded ono after a pause.'  "Six Indians dead In pnper. but. we no  see It/'-DulLitb Xews-Tribune.  .      The  Register of the Voice.   -;  The register' of the voice is sometimes confounded with' the range.  There are two registers to thd, voice',  whatever its quality. Those are termed the register Of. the "chest and ��� the  register of the heads Tho chest notes  are given in full, evori tones and  with the natural voice. The- tones  may-be either open oV closed. Thoy  nre given from tho chc^st and the back  of the nose. Head tones come from  the bridge of ���the nose' arid if untrain-  2d arc apt to develop nn .unpleasant,  dinllnoss. In .->. trainorl voice* it is  impossible to, detect where the ch'cst'  register  ends.  Eddy's   Matches   have   hailed  from    Hulr  since ' 1851���and these ^  /cars of  Constant    Betterment  have   resultad     in     Eddy's Mate"1  reaching   a   Height   of   Perfection   attained  by  No Others. -  Sold   and   used   everywhere   in   Canada.  Keen  oh.the  Main Chance.      j  lie   was   gazing   with   dreamy   eves  into the .distance/.'  '���/'Ah. my darling," he murmured,  what matters , it that,, sorrow : and  trouble must of necessity be lurking  in the unknown future? While I am  with you I think of naught, hiit the  present���the   beautiful,   superb   pres-  "So   do   T,   doarost."   sho   replied,  but   you II   take   me  with you   when  you   buy   it    won't   you? '  Men   havo  such   queer  tastes  in rings."  Most  Not tlie'wealthiest,, not the  most   learned, nor the  idler-bill ������>'"  man. who/has grood health and works for his living.   This U"1'"  trite, but not trivial./- y'   s;  ... .'Every man should guard his health as his most valuable' Pos#s^."  sion. Ihe more so. because health is easier to' retain than res,*' ���  Keep your grip oh health by; regular exercise, .casotiii-ij-- *���?/'  in eating and requisite sleep. Take Bcccham's Pills occasieg  to^tonc the stomach and keep the liver and bowels in good ivor"'  order.   And don't worry. .  j  ��� '*' ' Observe these, simple rules and you will agree that the one ��   |  gets the niost from life is  The Man Who Uses  Prepared only by the Proprietor, Thomos Bcocham, St. HelcnJ, L.noi'h1"'  W  if^Sbasawaonwwssto  ja:aaafliwacaaaiwa*MH��^������^��,  Sold everywhere In Canada and U. S. America.  Inboxet-aS"1  n<* for  of ywn��!   . si  f*fl  [he Battle  for Health  i  COLUMBIA.  CHINESE TURKESTAN.  j A  Province That  Is Over Two Thou-  ,     sand Years Old.  Over   2,000   years   ago   China  THE ALASKA RAVEN.  RY   DAY   QUESTION,     "HOW j dc^of nation;, 7p"rei^ercon��qucSes  ^RE   YOU "TO-DAY?"     KEEP      j l** westward  to me sea' of Aral    *  flELL BY TONTNG SYSTEM        ' ��" '  WtTH'  A.W. Chase's  Nerve Food  �������� to' keep well.  if.   is   the    problem    Dr,   A.   W.  e'K IVeivc^Food has helped many  fonnd's of jioople to solve by rea-  f their extraordinary blood 'form-'  ,.nd system  building qualities.  e only pure foundation for,'health  |ch, red blood and a'vigorous ner-  ' faystem.  ,th of these result from the -use of  W.- Chase's Nerve Food., Kven  |gh you know 'W this great "Ires-  ,ivo as a*, cure-for, nervous ex-  ition, prostration ( and paralysis,  may have overlooked it ��� as. a  to build up the system when.it  [run down and you feel weak and  able. ', A    A'~'  \V n.  Graham,   YAtwood,  Ont.,  ti' , .      '   *  x wife has been ill for some  with nervous prostration, and we,  wo of the best doctor^ we could,  ut neither of them' did her, any  She gradually became,, worsfc  'vor��?,' could, not* sleep1 and lost  v,and intarest���in rlife. She >vas  giving, up, in deHpair when a  advised a trial" of,. Dr. Chase's  . Food.     ���' -     /'���" ;.  om tho first box of this proparn-  ..... wife used we noticed an im-  rnVnt and after?usingIsixchokes  s completely cured and'as'Wall  o over was,, eats'well,- 'sleeps  and feels fully restored.'* I canny, too much .in/praise of this  bio medicine ;a'nd am. satisfied  l- wife, owes'hor life to-the'use"  Chase's Nerve * ��ood/f " a'l  cure, is certified" to .by,"My. C.  cFarlane,* druggist, Atwood, Ont:  Chase's Nerve ."Food, .will, help  ght "the battle of keeping well."  *nuine boars ' fhe * portrait and'  ture of A. ,\V.. Chase/M.yD.* 50,  n' box afall/doalcfs or 'Edmari-  itefa & Co.*    "   '     ,,' > ' ' r '- ���  beach   and  \ty? ^ lake ot Catliay. Hordes of  * bar, banana soon drove her uact a  thousand miles, but she was able to  maintain her authority' to the ecust  and south of ^tho Tianahaii. or Celos-  tial mountains.   With them as a bul-  wurj��, she oigumzed the new province ,  .      ,          -commonly known as Chinese Turkc-    6lZ, disease,  stan���which comprises the great Lob I . lh(J Alaska  or   Tarim   basin;   together��� with   the-    "'"'   "''"  more northern regions of Turfan, 300  feet below sea.  level, the*- fertile vale  ot Lh and the wasta plains,and mountains of Dzungaria.  Tim?, and again tho, Chinese rule  in . Hsinkiang' has been overthrown,  sometimes for centuries and boine-  timea for only a score 'of years, and  tune and again China,has reconquered the province. With each .conquest  Chinese officials and-merchants'have  Poured in.   They have taken to them-  <V Scavenger That  Is Highly Esteem-  ,     ed by th? Natives.  In   Alaska 'tha mven is  highly  es-  voemed, and the natives regard it a=*  a very unfortunate event should one  be killed.  InUnalaska ravens fly around tho  village   unmolested,   and  A SCIENTIFIC WONDER.  MOHAMMED.  | Ihe Secret of a Famous Healing Balm, j Hi* Vision  of  Heaven and the  Story  m. ,- . .   ,,   , ,       I of the  Mountain.  !    The ie-discov��ry ol a secret that has      rr , .,   ,,     .,     -*  lam hidden in ihe duet of 20 centuries. J    Halabi. the founder of  Islam,  was  'is an event full of fascinating inter-1 oorn at Mecca Iu the year A. D. 570.  CIVILIZING SAVAGES.  est,   and the  story  of  Zam-Buk,  the j Ji? d*ed Juno S, G32, at the ago of sev- i gives   an   interesting 'accoifnt"of  fhe  SUFFERED 5 YEARS  *M2?����ZXZF*" i     WITH RHEUMATISM  A   White-paper   published    bv   the ; TT    , ,   ,        ~���;        ,    ' >  Bntish Government a few days ago, < Unable to ' Work for a Year���.'  I "-,  : v, orld-famed  fim-aid    and    skin-cure  1st  piny  W  IBa  I J "       ~ 1 "Hi  y giandfather,"-said-, the'' new  hor, who'was' inakin'g" a .duty  "was   a   great'portrait-',painter.  one stroke  of   .his. >brush    he  'change  a smiling .face  into *a'  ic   > ,   - ,    -',.*  I'll h !���" exclaimed ''Small - Johnny,  happened'Jo 'be lin0 the/ parlor.  teacher can do that."-f-Chicago  "��    i      .      '  ".*       '  A  Bone  .- ��'���.-".    Repeat  -"Shiloh's'Cure will- always  :-nry   cough's'''and'*'colds."  SUMMERGIR"L'-IN: WINTER  irt It Btarts a'-slnkirts-wben In win-,  ler 1 sU thinking,-,., , . ' ,',.'.  Seaus 'I'had last summer, by the sea,J  Pt mally does'appall me'when'I fool-  ahlj' recall tho ,*. *y*; - .  bo promises and'-threat's they made  fo me. , "?' * 1*i-*l -(/* ,'iy  I ''       - 1 *���-... .   (        ,* s     *  |^llh_bpthjftis_ onns about-.me,'Eald.,  fnarTie^wofild dfo-wlthout^mo.  papers 'lyivol nol,"stated .that he's"  Pc=fli        *0.  y.   'AAA '.;,  A.    ",.    '     "  |��ouIJ, say,  "?,t5a owncst, daisy,  I'll  Vud j-o.j or I'llrreo irrajzy." ��� A  [doesn't act a.bit .out of his head.)*  Je would prate, *Tll ui'e'r forsake  Ihce, and where,I go I'll'take thee."  ���joss  he's   lost   the  number  of  my.',  Dal.) "..' .���"' .    y%.  SSIncIalr," "If.'you would leave', me.  I'd sure get sick, believe me." , ,' ',  tn had no doctor; I am auto*" of that.)  while I sit home lonely, and my  bne wish is if only     ' ,     '      , ,  Vear could bo a summer-by the sea.  ,  ���New York-Herald.",  selves wives of the,.Aryan inhabitants.  They  have  built government houses,  forts and towns���largely "of mud���and  ' they have entirely dominated the'mild  Ghanto natives.    Then, when foreign  ' invasion - has  driven  them  out, 'they  have    disappeared,    and    Hsinkiang,  lapsing  into  its   ancient,,,apathy,  hm  beeonia  as'though'the Chinese, w��rc  not nor ever had bcon; hene<f to-day  in spite of 2,000 yenra of. intermittent  Chinese .ruio,  Ti^rkc-tun   is  BjlHHho  "new'pi-ovjnc'-."   It is related to Chi-  "na much  f.s Utah  and Arizona were  ,to thr- rest, of th*1 Unitod States bpforu  the days  of  railroads. - It  ro'sembloB1  those slatcis in other wajrs'Hlfto, i*ape-  cially in, climate "and topography, although  in  every  respect its extremes  are far greater than  theirs.'  ���   Cut off  from" China "by 300 or 400  miles of'thefmost rigorous desert .arid  from' the 'rest   Ot   mankind   by* the  greatest of. mountains,  this ��� old" new  province * has  jpur��uc<l '.the   tenor r of  its' 'way   almost', uninfluenced   by th'e  world* at' large.   During* tlie two millenniums since the'coming of'the Chi-^  , nese   the' people*-of   Hsinkiang   have'  bsen ' 'converted   -from,   pr.e'uriism". - to  iBuddhism/nnd then to'MohamrnecJon-v  ^sm.- ^They -have ' been  conquered 'by  Uighurfl',   TartJ'Ts:' and' Tibetans. - A  , now langn!>.ge,'Tu'rki. has b^en imposed ,upQn them, and' they havo suffered  from famine, war and pestilence-and  their attendant ravages, -JVct the character, of .the."people  rppears ,to 'have.'  "ehf.nged  but litll**.  'T.he accounts of  Kncient Chinese pilgrims^to" 'iridia'and'  tlie' evidences'found"in ruinsMndicate  .thr^t the life of the past was' not un-  ��� like   that' of ,to-day.       The' original  -Aryan  Stock  still ! remr.in.s  dominant,  ithough 'rnorp or lesi misied with hall  1 a dozen' other races.      * .   ,  1       A  Chameleon .Caterpillar. ���  A -.Melbourne' correspondent Lof  the,  Standard   of   Kinpire   states'that   an(  'extraordinary   amount  of'devastation  is   bsing  accomplished   in|fthe  wheat  area, between   Horsham,,, in   Victoriaj  and  the  bottlers  of  South  Australitt'';.  by .'a  grub, of-the ���> caterpillar rupecies  '.���tbout an inch and ,a half long.-."The  grub, which attacks' the- wheat<*att the  top of the plant, ��� and works its'way  right ��� down..., to    where    ,the    stem  emerges    from -the^, found, ,has1' the  fftjCulty, of   changing ",ita   color" from'  green   or,��. yellow-   to   the*' hue 'of   the  "earth", and \ondhe.*, approach of, a hur  .man'1 being- the "grubs, warned'appar-"  Vntly" by Uhe;. vibVation-;of,: ILie'^ earth",'-  at  once   fall, from   the .plant '.which  they  may  be, attacking,' and   burrow,  in the earth. ��� The" pest; only appears  tefbe able to live in.tho. loose Ground.*  and so far has only ,attacked~the late-,)  sown 'crops,   which   are   more   tender  than   the   eaTly   ones.     Farmers   are  hoping .for  another  heavy  downpour  of roin.'ns -that seems to be the most  effectual    monns " of   eradicating   the  oost.   -The ibis is e^ccnlionally num-  will  always    enlist    attention.    2am-  were it not tor their "scavenger' wo'rk i ]-uk  is  lh? *,v,ht.uaJ    descendant    ofJ  the   fish   offal   that   h'ea   around'  the ]Xn��f ,wondlerfuA and,mysterious herb-  shoie  and houses would soon eneeii-   al i b.al��is   by   the   use   of   which  the  manly athletes of Ancient Greece and  the  stalwart  gladiators  of Rome  ensured the healthiness and 'Teady-heal-  , ing of their skin.        "  Many are the' -attemptj that Mere  made to ]>roduce a perfect balm for  the skin, but only in Zam-Buk ha-s  the   ideal   been    leahzed. ' Since   its  soon engen-  . .   . , raven is a fine looking  oird, as large as a turkev and upon'  closer acrjuainbince a real handsome  fellow. His coat is indeed black,  but of'a blaek glossier, and more rich  than silk and softer  while  onty-two.     He   assumed   the,   titular \ splendid progress of peaef-ful penc-tra- i  the   provinces   of  Southern '  Cured by. Gin Pill  .ia.  than   velvet,  in   a   scsrni-ehade   the   fealhers I  are tinged with that peculiar color jdiBe.ove',y Zam-Buk has been wolcom-  40 ofU��n seen on well preserved blue ecJ ', n,?��SJ��n and cottage, and the  black  bronze        '    ' .     ,    Pc'��PJe   of, *-w*p  hemispheros    realised  It is very funny to see these birds  holding as it.wcrq, a conclave. ' Ten  or a dozen alight~ on the' ground- and  walk to the meeting place %vith a  stately,, erect step, their every movement cool and assured. '  Then an old bird steps gravely into  the middle*,''and the meeting begins  with a series of guttural and harsh  croaks, which gradually 'swell in'  volume until tho entire 'lot of birrls  have , joined'in  the debate.  Along comes a dog. and for him  they scatter, resuming their position  when b��i 'passes,' until tho meeting  again terminates, and they fly. off ,lo  tho' beach and hill?.   ,,    - ,  ", If you examine the bills of these  ravens , the peculiar construction is  remarkable, ���, ,They are "a combination of, a chisel, Hcissprs, dagger and  gimlet.. , , '-,'._������      0  The bill forms'fln important "factor  in  tho  raven's existence,  for he'has  to dig on the"bcnch'for, cloms, bore  the hard, shell by repented 'chipping  and  again'in'pilre; mifbhief he  will  tear   and .break    nnythine    that   his'  bricht and unerring eye lishts upon.  J"ust',ns scion as the bright sunlight  oppenrs  the' ravens loave their roosting-places  on <the   .hilltops*   for  the'  beach iine. andr over the,, village and  shores of the bay they flv'and .wander  until sundown invites them to'rest. '  , The,raven? is a .firfejlier.    On  the  wing hi<?,movements.' are .well  under  command.      .With    string,     decided,  beats he winnows the air fast or slow  nover seeming   in   a  hurry.    But   if"  occasion requires,the. raven'can travel  at express 'speed, and  when he ..sees  another bird->��� feasting on.some delicate  imorsal of > offal, do)\*n  he comes 'from'  midair - with    his   'discordant    caw,  rready to share, or steal the .prize.  '  The' same" oharncteri.^tics are visible all, 'alone, .the southern coast of  Alaska ,and Sitka. The natives from  Yah'utat bay through the network,,of  islands asyar as" British . Columbia  have an ancient legend that the rav-en  was the-bird that brought liglit from-  darkness when the world was created.  On thisc account they ��� venerate it,'  and'the totern of a raven''is regarded' as denoting 'tho most' illustrious  descended- family. <     <������ ,   a  The raven does not apoear, to mi-  grate. as the residents".jail-over Uiat  portion1 of Alaska'where the birds  are *found state that they--remain  throughout  the< winter.     <o p.    ,���  ^iame of Mohammed, which means, according to some authorities, the "predicted Messiah.",  One of the most extravagant relations which can be found* In any Ian  ruage   is    credited    to    Mohammed.  I speaking of the"sights be beheld,when  'transported-to heaven," he say's: "I  *aw there an angel, the most gigantic;  of all  created  things.    If had  70,000  t heads, each head had 70,000 faces, each  tion   m  Nigeria.  Many   of   those   rich   ��� ki   \  1 havo been troubled with Rheumatism  for 5 years, one of which. I have'beea un-  that they have been placed in possession of an absolutely unique cure  for akin complaints. ,    .  The reasons for' this tiiumph of  science are simple and. few. Taking I  a lesson from the Ancients, the proprietors of Zam-Buk fust of all wiselv  decided that the ideal balm must be  purcdy heibal and contain not the  slightest tiace of rancid animal fats  or poisonous minerals. r Thus Zam-  Buk is made solely from .rich and'  pure oi*=encesf' obtained from certain  mre medicinal herbs. These juices  and extracts are'prepared and refined  hy ingenious 'scientific proec-w^B and  then so skilfully blended that; a imi-*  que, effective^ and yet perfect!v natural pieparation 'for dispelling" skin-  di-tfase is secured.     , .'     '  Zam-Buk has an affinity for the  human' skin such as no ordinary  .ointment or liniment can po.ssiblj  possess.    Besides, soothing'' pnin    and  Many   of   those   rich   districts   wore 'able to do anv work���what,���.?    tt  .1  ri,X?" tZ6 TtlV~S 7'Borously e^- til I purchased from my' draS L T  eluded the outer world, and gave Best Kino-ston nno t^r.-/riArytT A-  themselves up to barbarous customs. SSi^&u^^S ��?*&��  In, the ibibio country cf Hie east- mv^es-nectafinn-i Ti.����ti t���?T  em province incessant intertribal war- ^ ^ tS*T'V nh���+; ��X brMlsh"  fare was carried on until ouite re- fcL A'n pn ! �� +ftun*tl"B}v f D0^'  cently. Slave trading twin-HUing ���!!?-Gm,- Is,1?'th.0 houseLand take ona  humrfn sacrifioo and'^npibTlhm wefe nteLSSS *^ "\^9  /ace  had 70.000  mouths,  each   mouth    ^",17%^  ^ ���t,,.�� ^T' (^ don'o ^mudSS ""^ ^  "-   "  *    '-      $S? ��inl��*;���3��t "  ���m"Iar        ��EO^^EWATERJKingston,0nt.  Without bloodsshed, or ^xpti militorv ' '-Friendly letters'like tho above, reach  measures, tho country has been civfliz- I va every day.. Xo other remedy- 'has  ed and developed. In fhe majority of , CTer. had "O many unsolicited teati-  the districts offenses acrains-t human ���onials in so short a. time. There can  life p.tp rare, and old customs, such . *>a no question about it���Gin'Pill3 do  as witch'croft, an'l trial bv ordeal, are . c**ro tIie Kidneys. 50c. a bos���6 for  boint? dror-ped. T'v^n in th'e most un- p-50. At dealers or���direct, "SSmple  civilized tracts the' natives rcre speed- ?ox���s? yon can test them���senjfc free  ily acqnirine an onprooiation of the W you'mention thia paper,  justice administered through the na-,! Dept. N.U., National Drug & .^eriHcal  t,ive  courts   which   have   boon 'estab- ' Oonlamltea, Toronto. '      121  lished, J .-,.���,^.;���r^���:���   .Altogether. , a   romark-'tble   transsfor-I ','. , ,    "   ,,   ,   ���irr''>' ~^ "  mation has "been  brought .about in n        ' 7 Celebrity Anyhow.   .        "  short   time,   and   great  headway   hag I    h"!ne   (,w years  back' a   toik'alhre ,  uiad 70,000 tongues and each tongue  :pokc 70,000 languages. All were em  iloyed in singing God's praises.",  When Mohammed first announced  'lis divinely inspired ( and appointee  lysfcnj "the " Aj-abs ' demanded supfr-i  -latural proofs of bis commission.  ���Moses and , Jesus," said * tbe. Arabs,  'wrought miracles In the testimony  ��t their divine(autbortty. And if thoii  irt indeed a prophet of God do so likewise."    -    '    -  ."-  "Ic Would be tempting God-to do so,"  replied ��� Aloha mined. ,"and bring down  his anger, as^in the case of Pharaoh."  ���T'hrase  not  Mohammed then commanded one ot  the numerous eminences near Mecca  to come to him. The mountain -not  stirring-at Mohammed's bidding,' the  prophet exclaimed: "God Is merciful!  Had the mountain obeyed my words It  '.'I   will therefore  ga ij,, the  mountain." , , ���       i    y ,  t i     1��� ���>   . ' -1     ... *  Repeat it':���"Shiloh's Cure  will  always cure my coughs and colds."'  r little list-I, go'.throush'*-same old  ory with each, beau 'who ***,.*'     r,      -��� *  - th   ,(i;strict  this'-yearfand  ruthlen threats ,and promises to.   yery ^rge   flo(,ks ^j  ih^Q   birds   ������  bo seen stalking *��� through the paddocks bvsily encaged in picking up  grabs. One farmer has, a mob of  sheep grazing on ti road in order to  prevent the pe^t from crossing from  one  paddock  to anolhor.  Pushed to'lf "  Gotrb.v���The count was awfully  rrassed, wheji-Jie proposed, to me.  ~ J'oormnn-rrYes. poor fellow. He"  [bly"proposed, booause he couldn't  to do otherwise.���nouston Post  Just a Bit.  friend���I   hear'that  yon   are-n  the company. , ,  Icy DirectorVo(nbsentmlndedly)���  yes;v about - $100.000.���Harvard  oon.    -  *���^'" ' ��  rot  "The physician attend-  g me prescribed, on my  iying from an attack of  iieumatism, your Scoffs  'mulsion; which  I have  een taking every winter  ce.   I find it most valu-  le in strengthening and  ing  up one after a  evere illness.   I have not'  d rheumatism since the  mentioned above and  owe it to your most valu-  le Emulsion.   It is my  now, and makes me  and healthy."���R.  Grand   Ligne,  uebec.  Sin  Midi:  Jme  Jfe  pong  7ICARD,  ,.-     A Valuable Stuffed  Giraffe.  * 1 * *  ���' Few 'tourists  who  visit" the  Smithsonian institution at Washington and  ���gaze  on1 the  mounted .giraffe  therein  ' exhibited,  which  at the  time  of his  death   was   known   to' be  the   second  largest sized beast of its kind in captivity, would ever guess that the specimen   contains  Ihe  most costly  "in-  sides"   that' could   bo   imagined.  . This  is- owing  to   the  fact that  the  paper 'mache   used   in   the' construction of the mountqd specimen is' simply the ground up pulp of thousands  of one dollar, two^dollor. five dollar,  ten dollar and twenty dollar bills furnished  the institution by the  bureau  of,engraving and  printincr, where the  worn  bills redeemed  by the Treasury  Department nro macerated.    Tt is os-  timfctfd that old money to the amount  I of $200,000 was employed to make the  I p>ilp which wont to fill the dead gir-  ! affc.  or two hundred years bc-  'e Scott's Emulsion came  nc! Liver Oil was used for  cumatism.  1 Never'Again.  1 Tt was a pitiful mistake, nn error  I sad nnd grim. I waited for tho rail-  \ wav train. The light wns low and  ) dim. It came at last, nnd from a car  ��� there stopped n dainty dame, and.  1 looking up und down the place, sh" j  ! straight unto me came. "Oh. Jnck!"  I she eriecl. "oh, dear old Jnck!" and  ! kissed me as she spoke, then looked  I again and, friclit-"n"d, cried. "Oh  I what a bad mis.tnk��'" I snid, "For-  i give me, maiden fair, for T nm not  j your Jack, nnd ns retards tho kin<-  j you gave, I'll- straightway cive it  I buck." And since tha- nischt f've  often stood upon that p'nlform dim.  but only once in a mnn's whole life  do such  things come  to him.  ,Mr. Balfour Was a Happy Many  There' may _or   may   not.^ be* some  ��� truth  in'-the ^statement ���of ^'a 'certain  Torv member tho other- day' that "Mr.  Balfouy does- not^. seem' eto   take   his  politics seriously, nowa'davs; but there  is no dpubt that' the ex-Prime' Minister takes his golf very seriously. "You  mufet b-*; quite an expert player-now,,  i\rr. Balfour," a certain lo.dv,remarked  to him a short time<ago. "Xo. madam,  I  ,im  still' n  novice  and  still  learning."   Tn  this instance, however,  Mr.  Balfour was belittling his skill somewhat,  although   it  is  quite true  that  he  still  takes  lessens  in  the  science  and intricacies of the game  But when  in   form'' he  really  plays   a  powerful  game,  and  when he f'ons  this he  is  very, pleased   with   himself,    judering  from the fact that when a caddie' ventured to congratulate him recently the  e.x-Promier  was  so delicrhtecl   that he  pressed   half   a    sovereign   into   the  boy's   hand   and    si-id:   "Hore.   boy.  nut that in your money-box and don't  forget I feel a happy'man to-day/'  *, * A Clever Dog.       '  *  "Yes,   dogs  nre   undoubtedly 'sagacious   animals,"   Jones   said   to   his  friends, "but none of your dog stories  ' w ill   boat ..this.     My  friend   Johnson  had a most intelligent retriever.   One  night   Johnson's   house    caught    fire  -All wns instant confusion.   Old John- ^  son and his wife flew for the children '  nnd   bundled   out   with  'thorn   pretty  sharp.     Alas'!     One   of   the   children  had been left, behind, but Up jumped  the   dog,   rushed   into  the   house- and  soon   reappeared    with    the   missing  ;hild,    -which    ho.   deposited   on   the  lawn. '  Every    ono    wns    snved.    but  Rover     dnshed    through    the    flames  igain.    What'did tho. dog want?   No  .one  knew.    Presently the  noble nni*  ���nnl  reappeared, scorched  and  burnt  with���what   do   you  think?"  "Give it up," chorused the eager  listeners.  "With the firo policy, wrapped in  1 damp towel, gentlemen!"���London  Scraps.  which' virtually chase disease germs 8tn3Ctl0n'  out 'of their hiding places in the skin  tissues; at the same 'time it purifies  the pores and invigorates the' natural  functions of the skin iif a way "'that  no'other preparation can. :  " Zam-Buk" solves, in, "a* perfect* niiin-'  ner the problem of ' always having  handy at home or at one's work an  ever-ready and reliable '��� first-aid for  cuts, burns;' scalds,"-bruises, lacerations, scratches, etc. ��� Zam-Buk ��� is  without equalc for eczema^ ulcers,  piles, bad leg, ringworm, scalp sores,  festering sores, - sprains, -stiffness',  poisoned wounds ��� of' all kinds, face  sores, , chafing, chapped hands, cold-'  sores, ',frosf:bites, * sore "feet," diseased  ankles, and all itch'ing,r irritation,  and inflammation.      y ���   * 1  ��� Zam-Buk is a' daily need in every  household and,is sold by all druggists  and stores at fifty cents'a box-. Reiuse  harmful and -dangerous substitutes  sometimes ''pushed" as being "just  as good."       ' '  them, and th.-y indulge whenever pos- i thu 4t-lm icplitid;  sihle in Blave"dealing.    Pospitc their!    "Ctceio"  power,  howpvor.  and  thojr persistent !���   "Cicero-" said t  ���mpts to ��.pref*d ovil renorls about j^a*^ a great oratoi  intention's ��� of    the    Goyprnmcnt; 1    "f don't know 1 _.._.  ^  ir power i\ being steadily under- | plied the coachman, wljo had*'Sappy  tod, and tho work of progress is j memories- o�� having won,,,n-bit'r,o,ver  ig rapidly forward.      ' jCiceio's, Deiby; "but'he was a great  '    ,        * 'O.-IS,"���-rTit-Hif.S. , ���'���    rl.l,  .    . ,      .        . tlle viear. lUWhy.he  attempts to ��ipror*d ovil renorts about j^m a creat orator;" '     .  the   intention's 'of    the    Goyprnmcnt; 1    "f don't knosv about horntors^" re-  their  r   *"  '   '        ' " 1!"        "'"'"   ��� ~,!"-1  '*-- ' ���  .mined,  going  O.-iS,"���rTit-Bits.  LOOKED VERY FOOLISH.  ��� 1 ^^^^^���^. -  ' i'r        ti >  How   New  Archbishop  of  York- Once  .Earned a Sharp Reproof.  '   Born in 1864, and educated at' Glas-  fco popular is Dickie's' 4nfcr-Cd'n-  siinijitivo Syrup a�� a medicineman the'  treatment of colds and coughsfo-D -ailments of the,throat.,, due to exposure  to   draughts. - or    sudden   oltti'Ji&fi   r-.f  In   the   Wrong. Pew. ,  On the plantation'the:dairy hands  were aecustpmed to do, the "milking  squattingirown in aY p'rim'tive fashion  until the owner introduced milking  stools'along''with other/ modern 'improvements.     ,i ','''"'���'     .  The boy who, t first:,, sallied forth  with the stool returned bruised and  battered' and with 'an lempty pail. .'. ,  "I done  my.^best,*t sah,"    he    ex-  'claimed.   ."Dat^stopl. looked alL right  to'nie; but the blaihec^ cow sh<J won't  sit on it.'*���Rem'us' Magazine.  y ,    .*       -�� :"j   . ; y. ;���      . ��y ,  when  Cure  . Corns and warts- disappear  treated  with  'Holloway's Corn  without leaving a scar.  go the r.  "Kever mind.r old chap, cheer up.  Things will come your way in time.  Perhaps on'your two hundredth birthday anniversary the people will erect  a monument to you."���Detroit Free  Press.*    .,      ,��� ���  A, Philadelphia woman,, whose given  name is Mary, as is also 'the name of  her daughter, had recently engaged a  domestic when, to her embarrassment; sho discovered that the" servant's!* name, too, was'Marv.  Whereupon there ensued "a struggle  to induce the applicant to( relinquish  her, idea that'she must be addressed  by, her , Christian , name. .For some  time she was  rigidly uncompromising.  "Under the,' circumstances," said  the 'iady of the house, '-'there is  nothing to do but0tp follow the .'���English custom' and . call you by your  last name-' By the way, what "is it?"  , ,"W.ell,, mum*."K answered the girl,  dubiously, it's 'Darling.' "���Harper's  Weekly.      '       '   , ,   ��� *  nod,' studied  for the Bar for a time. | iutis rf;,������w.  But,he decided that the Church, was |,      fc  a,0-aj^  He   became   a [  more'* to , his   liking  a. Ais..  Peevish, pale, restless ��� and sickly  children 'owe\ their condition t'o  worms.;--Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will relieve them and restore health. *��� r   *  " "Jimmie, your face is" dirty again  this morning," said the teacher-  ''What would you say if I came to  school every dav .with a'dirtv face?"!  "Huh," .grunted'Johnny, "I'd be)  too perlito to say anything."��� The'  Critic. , '   .  curate in Leeds in '1890; six years later he was inducted ,Vicar of Portsea,  and five years "later was nominated  to bo Bishop of Stepney. Once, ,when  preaching at  Westminster  Abbey,  he  'became so engrossed in his* sermon  that he closed, his, eyes to avoid being distracted 'by human objects,.. Af-  ,ter the service one of the congregation asked him'��� why he closed hia  eyes1 adding: "You .may think you  looked like 0 spint/ but you Teally  looked quite foolish." Dr.-Lang take3  an optimistic view of human nature,"  and has come,across many instances  of religion in ' unexpected places.  Some time'- ago, he happened to be  standing on the platform of a .big  railway station, during a busy ru.*sh  Eor excursion traips, when he noticed  |one'particular  pnrter,  who,  although  harassed  on-all  sides,  was'so'calm''  ..good-tempered, and courteous.  -Gqing,  up lo the man, he asked him how he  nanagedto keep so collected. "Why,  si(r,,.voti ought to'know.   By theGTace !  ot' God,"   was  the ..unexpected  reply.  It is snid'of Dt. Lang, who is a Scotsman; that at the age of 19, there were  few subjects upon.which he was not  able to talk,  KncU'he earned a name  for  himself  at  Oxford   ns   a  brilliant  orator  and   vigorous debater.  "See here!"-' demanded the indignant subscriber, ''this obituary notice is all wrong.   I'm not 'dead I"  "If the' Herald- says you're dead,"  sternly   replied ��� the     editor,   ''"you're   dead.    But,"'he added magnanimous-1  . ���.,_-_'_  ly,'"if you.don't  like    being    dead, j A1<MESSAGE  OF   KOPE  we'll  print your  birth  notice."���Success Magazine-   .  "When are  you  busiest?"-'^i,J  ."Whenever  life    *'nsurance iragents  call."���Detroit Fieer Press.    > ,       ,    'L   ; Silir.--jij  Minard's  Liniment cures ,'Gareet- in  Cows.      ' '  A*M  "I see 'that you look' out 'for"'No. 1  in all your financial . and. -poliCieal.  transactions'."  "Yes,"  answered Mr. DuStitf-^ax'j"  ������  "when  I studied 'grammar 1as,a,Aboy v c  one of the first things <1 ldarnid was" "  that the first person singular* should  al.ways   be carefully,   capitalized.",\~  Washington S.tar,     A. ',    ' b'! 'i'^'b  PILES CURED'.InVVo  iV'dAyS  PAZ0   OJJSTMEXT, is  guarafittedSto  ���'<'$    y<'*"4  ��� I'   1111 ��,j  -How   Little' the   Wo^ld-V;  'Some weeks  ago7"9ski  .-'lOVKV.-?  .^m\-y  ���  ��� .     _ ���id '.Leslie M.  ��Shaw, Jormer Secretary ot:itJi��lfrrelis--~  ury,  "I   received   a  letter   idclres^ed *'  to  me   as   Secretary " of'  Agi'tc'MVdre.*  Fiom  there'it" had  been sgnj^-tujjthe  Tieasury   Department, ithen^'forward-  ed to Xew York, and finally! ib'came r  out   to   Iowa.   I   opened   it. _  Inside  as the following: '   VVJ ."��. l-';*-" .  a i'AA ������"! '���%'$%  1 *. ;a - ���>- jyji|  ���l t'i ^"ATSi  -  {'%-iKfHl  AAA' ,V--f#  ,^,'Mr1'^!  S,-~-1   < i!A ul  1 '/ w  *   The Law'Against Ju-Ju,   , /     "'Dear Mr.  Shaw��� The -Blank^Ma-  The   proclamation   provides   similar I work  as   a   Cabinet   Minister'Yin 'flie  W.5.V.H  n*.  ������ , HOW'S THIS?  We' offer One Hundred Dollars Beware! for any case of Catarrh that  cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh'  Cure. F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O.  We the undersigned, have known  F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and  believe him perfectly honorable in  all business, transactions, and financially able to .carry out any obligations  made "by  his  firm. ���  Walding, Kinnnn &, Marvin,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is token inter- '���  nally, acting directly, upon the blood  and mucous  surfaces .of  the  system.  Testimonials   sent   free.     Price    75c. I  per bottle.    Sold  bv^all Druggists.  Take   Hall's  Family   Pills   for  constipation.  TO ALL MOTHERS  Stop  Screeching.  -Sweet Singer��� I asked you to show  nio,where I could got something tb'lm-  prove my voice.  Low Comedian���Well, there Is tbe  place neross the street.  Sweet Singer���Thai's not a pharmacy.   Why. that's a carriage shop.  'Low Comedian���Sure!   That's where  they soil axle grease.���Detroit Tribune.  Baby's Own Tablets come" as a  message of hope to all, womed .mothers. Ihere is no other medicine can  equal those Tablets for tho cure of  stomach, bowel and teething troubles.  They make sickly, peevish, crying  children blight and well. Guaranteed  to contain no opiate or poisonous  soothing stuff. Mrs. J. Laroque, Log  Valley, Sask., says:���"I have found  Baby's Own Tablets a blessing both  to my childien and myself. I have  tried'them for.most of the ills that  'come'to young' children- nnd have  never known them to fail." Sold by  medicine -dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The "Dr. Williams'  Medicine Go., Brockville, Out.  litJliUiXl  A FLOATING ISLAND.  Wis:  Tommy.  Tommy wns a very sound sleeper  and wouldn't get out of bod earlier  than 10 o'clock, no mnt'or what hi3  mother snid���> to him. So one morn-  inc she tried coaxing and said to  him:  "You have hoard of the littlo boy  ,vho got up at G o'clock in the morning and when'ho went out, he found  % purse of gold?"  "Oh, yes." snid Tommy, "but what  ibout tho little boy who cot up before  him and want out and lost it?"  modernized   Cod   Liver  ��l, the purest and best oil  r"y    predigested,     made  '���itable and suitable for the  ��st delicate child or invalid.  ���} enriches the blood, tones  ;P  i'ie entire   system,   and  ���"ves out rheumatism. -  AM, URUGGIST3  \   .���, r'"T *H,'r'"<*"> on the-mib-  Bwlo'nt "������Mlonlna thUi paper.  I B W="'"����on Si, W. Tnronto  Always  Dublin.  An Irishman and-an American were  talking   about   their    own    countries  one day when  tlie American .said:      '  ���'''America is  the  richest country  in  tho  world   to-day."     ���������.'���'     ;  "Shure." snid.. Pat, "Oirolanc^ will  soOn be'the richest." v.,  "How's that?" said   the  American.  "Shure." '.answered "Pat,   "isn't  the  capital always  Dublin?"  The Horologies!  Revenge.     .  .   They  wero looking over their wedding presents,    fie pointed fo a small  bronze clock. ' "Seems tp me," he said,  "that I have soon that before."  "You have," she returned serenely.  "You gave It,to my first husband and  nie for, a wedding present When we  divided tho things after the divorce he  kept the clock, and now he Is sending  It bnck to us."  Not Like Mother Made.  Little Charles was dining away from  home, and his hostess noticed ''with  some concern /that ho was leaving untouched tho . first course, which consisted of chicken ��� soup with macaroni.  "Why, Charles." . sho , said, "you j  didn't taste yoiirsoiip!. Chicken soup j  too." }��� !  '���"No, ma'am." ho replied. "I didn't (  think T'd care for it.. 'Mamma never >  ���ooks -the. .windpipes'."  Sharp and Blunt.  Corn���She hns such keen perceptions.  Pora���And such a blunt way oif co��-  ��� which It as stlu as an Iron red.  v 8,i un; them.���Puck.  Snakes Changed Into Rods.  The Egyptian .cobra ,ls not unlike Its  Asiatic relative'except In respect 'of  the absence of the curious spoctacle-  lilce mark which distinguishes the lat-  i tor. Although it. is the most poisonous  reptile known to inhabit northern Africa, it Is the favorite anion-; the snake  ilinrmeTs. These conjurers know how  ro render this serpent rigidly unconscious by pressing the nape of Its neck  with, a finger. This net appears to  throw   tho   reptile   into  catalepsy,   In  Dangerous.  "If 1 exposed my throat and lnngs  the way you do," complained the father of the beautiful maiden. "I'd be  n dead man lu��ide of three days."  "Of course you would." she sweetly  replied, "although really I don't believe  lynching ought ever to be resorted to  for anything." ��� Ciiienjro Rccord-Hcr-  :'Id.  I he K^ough of  Cmsumptibn  Your doctor will tell you that  fresh air and good food are  the real cures for consumption.  But often the cough is very-  hard. Hence, we suggest that  you ask your doctor about  your taking Ayer's Cherry  Pectoral. It controls the tickling, quiets the cough.  Wa publUh onr formula*  One of Ayer's Pills atbedrirne will cause  sn increased flow of bile, and produce a  fentle laxative effect the day following,  ormula on each box. Show it to your  doctor. He will understand at a glance.  Dose, one pill at bedtime.  ...... ygd�� by tha J, 0. Aji Co., Low��U, Kt*o:<���  It Was Found  Roaming About In 1'Te  ' South  Atlantic.  A United States cruiser out destroying derelicts found its water supply  running low. The water tanks are  usually filled ,at Corn Island, but the  ship was top fnr from it to sail there  without losing precious time, which it  could not afford to do then, as it was  hot on the track of a particularly dangerous derelict, and the chase hud led  pretty well down toward the coast of  Honduras. So when a low bunk of  purple that might be a cloud or might  be land wns seen low down on the  eastern horizon it was decided to  make for it in the hope that it might  turn ont to he a small coral island  yet uncharted.  It proved to be a little island about  three-quarters  of  a  mile   around and  a   quarter   mile   wide.     Tn   shape   it  wns   long  and  narrow,,   with   a  thick  growth of vines  and bushes reaching  down to the water's very edge   Throe  tall coeoanut palms grew in the middle of it.    No life of any kind was on  the  island, nor was there any water,  though  instead,   of    being    sandy   or,  rocky,   as   siich   islands   usually   are;  the   soil    was   rich,   dark   and   very  moist.   .'After.'gathering the cocoanuts  the.   sailors   returned... to . the   cruiser,  which,, oddly  enough,   seemed   much  farther off and  considerably /more to  the   southwest  than when   thoy   loft  her.     Then' it just dawned  on' thorn  that   they   had ', been   visiting   one   of  tlie   floating   islands . so   often   heard  about, but seldom seen, in the south ,  Atlantic.'     Further   observation   soon  ���|..confirmed the .suspicion; as the eruis-  {.er,..remained  near'it .long enough  to  'see'the'island, change its position.  These floating islands are parts of  other islands torn away by. hurricanes  or some grent. seismic upheaval. They  drift i-bbut for months, moving slowly with the winds and currents, held  together by the malted roots of .'tree?'  find plants until they either attach  'themselves'again to solid land or are  disintegrated and eaten away by the  action of the waves.. In some rare  instances thoy gather other flotsam  of the sea to "themselves and, stranding on a reef, become in time a new  island.  practic ���  ,--  . , -      .       -     ���  worship; and any chief who counter--1 send a photograph for us^wj.thr a  ances such trials by ordeal or piohibit- j special aiticle oi your woik in" that  ed ju-ju worship is liable, on convio-   line." xsi rilb'i  tion,   to   a   fine  of  $1,000,   or' to   im- ]     "Such   is  iame,'   said   Mr. .Shaw.���  prisonment for three years    These are   Philadelphia Press,  far-reaching provisions, which our .vivacious    Nigerian   correspondent,    in  j the   exercise    of   his    quasi-chieitain  ! jurisdiction, will do well to avoid.  But probably he is fully aware of the  difficulties of proving a chaTge of this  sort to conviction, and will consequently .continue to extract a little  occasional fun out of his rather unique  situation      His  opportunities  for  diversion   in   this   direction   are   not  likely  to  be soriously  curtailed in   a  hurry,   for   in   the   opinion   of, most  Europeans' who have had opportunities of observing  the   tenacious  hold  which  the  practices  alluded  to' have  ,on the native mind, the proclamation  of Sir Percy Girouard is not-likely to  prove, efficacious for many a year to  come in eradicating the popular belief  in the mysterious powers of witchcraft  and ju-ju.���Standard of-Empire.  ', 3!  b<b4  yM  FURS        FURS        F1>RS  ^.rj-  Fov best prices., ship to thc-bld'ret fable  N. W. Hide  A. Fur  Co..  Minneapolis, 'Minn.  y ct.ti v/  Breaking   His  Own LrawC ,L11  *'  Wh?n   King  Ferdinand  e-f .qulgarja  proclaimed-himself czar nt TiruoVpJrecently the members of his  entourage  agreed that any one oniittinfcr-4fie''-tttle  of ������majesty" in addre'ssiugjost fefprr^ng  to him should be fined 30 francs..-.The  ministers heard of this and agree'e^'to  the same system of fines, wlii��h'|*'croih- -  ing to the notice  of, the priued,'?was  heartily approved by him. f,On fhe railway journey from Tirnovo,  after" the  proclamation, the ministers i^nFtibh-  tlnunlly handing out ten fraiicl fiiee^s.  But   Ferdinand   himself  providf\dj%the  climax of the comedy, for -just after  rebuklug the minister of Quanec'jind  fining him "his majesty" rtfer'ntf!' <uh-  thtnklugly to the "princess"; in*5t-eadi.of  the    "czarina,''    whereupon ,Ue, ^was"  promptly called upon to deliver up 10  1 A       1    p 1 -y* I  1 .       .        '*1I  ..     'Pi  '���.   . C*  ���' wi  n   *     -  ,   1     >  All   He   Needed.  A boy of twelve years of age, with  an   air' of    melancholy     resignation,  went to his teacher in one of the Liverpool   schools   the   other    day,   and   promp|jr cane(] ���pol. t0 uellver'unl  handed in the following note from his   frant,s ,;lulS���lr ln forfoIt.   h* 'soHi r"  mother   before   taking   Ins   seat: ' - .;_���..���  "Dear Sir,���Please excuse James for ' ,,,,''*���-.  not being present yesterday.   He play- ;  ed truant, but you needn't thrash him ,  for   it,   as  the   boy   he  played   truant ,  uith an' him fell out, and he thrashed James an' a man they ihrew stones |  at caught him nnd thrashed him; an'  the driver of a cart thoy hung on to .  thrashed him; an' the owner of a cat j  thoy   chased   thrashed   him.     Then   1 ,  thrashed   him   when   he   came   hume, I  after which  his  father thrashed him. ,  nnd  I  had   to  give  him  another one  for being  impudent  lo mo for telling  father.    So you  need  not thrash him  until next ti'mo.    He thinks he'd bettor attend  regul.-ir  in  future "  You Can't GutlOui  A bog sp.vvrsr. pttkt or  iHCROt'GUl'IN. but       _  A^SORBINE  Women at Oxford.  Lord Curzon, chancellor of the University of Oxford,  has  now   appeared  as   a   champion   of. woman..   Having  been charged with being an opponent  ,   will clean  then off pornikrfenUj-.'itnc!  you TPorlc tlio borae lama time.   J3ocs  not blister or roioora thu Iwlr.. will  tell you more if jou write.   *2.0o per  Sottle At d'ier9 oraellr'd.ISookCDfra'o.  /,   ABSORBING,  JR.,   CorvrosoklnJ.  1   $1 bottle..   KcducQs Vnrlcp'.Qytlhs,Varicocele,   Hydrocele,    Ruptarod Muscles or Hr��-  ments.   Enlarged Olandi.    Allays  pain qqlck^'.  W. F. rOUNG, P.D F.. 137 Monmouth St.  Spnnoficld, Miss.  l/TIllt, 80X3 * CO., Bontraal, C����.d)�� 4frit).t.)  Al.o fttrnltttmt og Martin Bo/t & Wyn*. C^. Wtnnli&p.  th. Nation*/ Drug <**- Ck.m!oat Co* Wlnntp^'wid Ca/ga/^b  and ti.n<tvzzn Brvu Ce. Ltd* Vajtooupmr- .  -''i:-. -' K.rr.i  SOUTH AFRICAN SCRIP Wk$>M  _ ... = _       . ��� . Each scrip entitles selection of,320  of   higher ^education   for   women,* he    Acres of HOMESTEAD  LANDS, Two  protests: .-"feo   absurdly untrue  is   it    5PriT*-;'t-r*^i Cn** Rur   -  protest:  that in my scheme of reform for Ojc  ford I am" going to propose that de  grees and, not merely /.examinations  shall be open to women on exactly the,  same basis as to' men." Already the  voice of alarm aiid protest has been  heard from the conservative univer-  -;Av,. '    ' '.��� ������'���    ���    :     .   *���" '  A Polite Hint. f  ���1 By way ai protest to those recklec*  paragraphers who , are interesting  themselves in the edicts of fashion it  can be stated with a strong emphasis  that no.gentleman ever refers to a thin  lady as a slat.���Cleveland Plain Dealer.  scrips Ygood for 640 Acres.  Buy for yourself or for your .son.  Inter-Ocean Real Estate Companj  24  Aikins   Bldg,   WTrfffipVgy'  .-������y   ���:.���������   '   ' .    ,'.', ,'., ������������������ ..A1,  KEEP YOliR IGNITION EItJHCT  "i5"A- of all Gasolm^ffqtjangfppbjes  come frooi poor  Ignition,  Ihe 4'VIM MkNETO'l'l do��  away with batteries and can  be used Vnt��ny-��En��iim^( ilt  aiwaysijivesa good hot spark  Fully Gutfiio&ed'-     *  -i'ATjcati  The Kaiser's Gifts. I  Iu order to avoid-rewarding certain I  servieos   with   orJora   of   tho   lied   or \  .Black Ragle the kiiiper has adopted the ,'  oustpni uf titfi'rin>t snuffboxes eurlched  with his n>iiii:i;i:re or that of the em*-  press.���Paris I'ip.-iro.  V R. WIHUmi Machinery Co. Limited, Torc/ifto    - .1         }tiU        '.1   '   jtu^  A   320   Acre 'Honi^St'eli'd"'-  r  can be  taken  if you hSi-eri1 ^U'  Soldier's   Warrant'"f��.  We   sell  them.    For   partiotilarii 'write  Tirst National Realty Co.,  Winnipeg   Man.  "iJ ��� v>..  is     If  fr  .'.*.  -*'  '.,";���     >���     ,  ' r- *',>* ^'(f -?i,-,  j  ' i. * '',' s.%-*;v. .    '.  ,irAJ    *A$   _,       -j*  �� ���������y;yV,-<7!  \ j ^^sv;: y. ,'  t  .'-y, ,.C    ���(>>% ,  yvy-. y-biA -.�����  TUE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  ��>  ���^ y" liV-,^  I,.-'*'., J**1 ,.,, .-?Vj &-e  im mm \mr_\ i��p��vi^_o. f: k.  o ,,..    ,.    ., .'. ,- I     Ihe C. P. K. is laying plans for  P iblished in th<-interest of the people   ,, ���        '    ' - *    ,  '     '     ; the reconstruction of that section  of Moyie and E*st Kootenay. of the "rows Neat  Pasa   line   be  twcen Maeleod and the summit of  the Kjckiea, short distance east  jf the  Crows ��� Nest   station,  the  F.  J.   SMYTH'.   Pl'BUSRER.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  .*       i  NJELSOX, B. C. '  hoarding and Day School   conducted hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B.   C.     Commercial    and    business'  courses a  specialty.    Excellence' and  swift  progress characterize  each  department.    Parents  should   write  for  work covering seventy  miles.    If Iparticnlaw.    One month  assure  tbe  is expected that'the task  will  be,j,pUblio'of   the   thoroughness   of   the  HATC    Of    bUltCKll'TlOK  I undertaken    during ��� the  present  (year  and   tenders   .called during  February.  One  Year  $2.00  SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1909.  Stock Quotations,  TriiSlflirrD  By  BKU.E&  ELWELL.  Sibters' methods of teaching. Terms  'ininm.nce Janunrv, April and Sept  ''iipiIh ��ro admitted rinrine t-erm  =*������� I  O.O. F.  ^~$��VlI<Jey   Lodge *'����� 44*  \feete Tuf".dav evenings in McGregor  hall  on.' Victoria 'street.   S.ojou ruing  Odd Fellow* cordially invited.  Cuas. J. White F. J. Smyth.  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  Shoe  Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  THE CANADIAN BAl^  OF COMMERCE  HEAD   OFFICE. TOHOSTO  ^TAWjsiir.D  ,,      This is Chinese jtfew  Year. -. No,  y,  yve are not celebrating,it in Moyie  Th�� number   of marriages  fell  'oil in San Francisco duiin),   1909, j-wwciy.ciri  "'even though it was leap year.  ,                                                                       V  Bid  A^ked  Aurora                         ,  (  2.V  c;<*u>olMnIci1 Smelters  'S3.00  ICtf.OO  C'au. Oolcifieldi    ,  .03  05  Gnu-brook KIro Brick    ,  (��  1.10  North Star  9  li  society ,Girl  2o    '  riuli-.au                  ,  li  .,   U*  FRESH   AND  eatS,  j c  utter  CTTftED  V     ,  bt. Eugene Lodge No. 37.  k. of p.  Meets evsry Thursday  evening    in    McGregor  hall nt S  r'clock, .visiting brothers invited.  H. O. LivESLEy, E. A. Hile,  Chancellor Gem. -,  K. K.and S,  A.VD  l*.j/i.W, I.   IM.I V*?.*1 .>������ tU  is; >Ay" ii'^i   tr-^is  A pi izeii^ht is called a mill   because   thore   are, so many belts  'connected with it,  -. Nelson News: No matter, how  cold-'thft nisht, the liockeyi&t prefers a-fiheetof ice.���   ,       .    ' :  The Socialist who  ran   against  , /ion. Thos.c Taylor,  Conservative,  ~~* * jn the by-electiou -afc   rtovolstolce,  Jost his deposit.   Bub he is not the  fi j st Socialist to meet such a fate.  "GIVE NATURE A CHANCE,  The stroncesfminds have gotten their  inspiration direct from Nature.    Naturg  " Is tlio' great 'teacher of mankind'.    Wa  .can look to Nature for all our needs.   In  the recent Itusw-Japanese war the sur?  goons of the Japuntito navy and army  discovered that wounds would heal more  rapidly and with better success If left to  -kajtiro. "They washed the wounds with  Vjater which ,had been boiled and thus'  slprilizod ��� then, bandaged   the wounds  Vi'ith"clcan linen���no powerful drugs or  antiseptics wore used in their first aid to  the injiiicd.    Such, methods resulted in  ^hq Iosp of pnly.3'2 out of CS2 men treajtrd  'In a navul hospital for thoir wounds.-"It  is only from lack of jobser.t'ing Nature's  laSvs thr.t most-of us suffer at_pne time  or   another   from    Indigestion," impuro  blood and a generally run-do-\fn system.  Our remedy lies in Nature's Jaborato'ry���  Last   week   the  'Leader .stated I deep In'the fragrant woods���where aro  j.    A t��   i->   tt   t*      'u' '    i     i. j    many   Amorloan   plants,   the   roois   of  that P. It. xMc-Donaid   was  elected I which when pj-oporjv.jreated will sup-  mayor of Bossland, when ifc Should  ^fen^^rl^faTh'^cian who had'  P,  ' f" 1 I ,  burnstm  Liinited:, , ;   ��� ���.  MOtlE.'B.-.C;  Moyie  , Miners'  Union  No. 71 W. F, of M.  K , ,. '        ,, I  Meets in McGregor hall every Satur-,  dsy evening.     Sojourning   members  are oordiullv invited to attend.',' '"  Malcolm McNeill    Thos. E,  Kelly,  president. ,     "Secretary  Hiarvey,    McCarter  Macdonald.  &  , -have    been,  John   Martin. '  The  Leader got its< information from  -'the Spokesrhan-Keview. -   ,   -  '<. Ai-  A Vancouver man -who  visited  - '    ��. .;,       "   ' y ' ,  YietGriar durLhe  the itecent  cold  ,_        ���>       ' * < -  snap'was unable to   say', whether  the people of Victoria felfc the cold t  or not���he did not know  whether  they were frozen  stiff  or merely  ti    11 '       -  an extensive practice among the afflicted  mifde a-s"lrikirig departure from the usual  methods of his confreres in medicine���ho  went straight ,to Nature for the cure of  'those-etomoch disorders which resulted  so often in an anffimie'eonditipn, or'impuro ,blood,   loss  of ,"appetite,*"paid'or  pimply 'Skip, 'feollng' of   iaasitudo  and-  woakness.'   IIo found  that tho, bark cf  tho JBlack  Cherry-tree, the root cf tho  'Mandrake,   Stone   root,   Queen's   root,  Bloodroot  and Golden Seal root, piade  Into a'scientific., non-alcoholic extract by'  the liSb of glycerine, made, tho best alterative and'tonic.' The refreshing influence  of this extract Is at once apparent in tlio  recovered strength  of  the patient���tlio  vital tires of the body burn brighter a'nd  tlieir increased   activity consumes   tlio  *&?**..  'S.iburday Sunset.''  '���-  tt   ��fy teWtW, Ji   A   -  *i.-l,>t-io��'A^*>^-\ ���  F *   it*'>*.3<e*i ^**   j'.fTilr-.  *��t��*. t,-*:*'c- --*' *���'-*��-  <   A ii  r i'Gi -KiS-.a'* la  y, : r[;/4^fe^  * 'ig��-T5i"J.ie.i}A.f '���-i  ��'    .' , *IV<''V./'>Srt*\^il.   ,Pr  *1  ��� +���* tlKaaSlb -ft*-** Aw*t  i.     .,    . ���,--._���   ,     '   j.,- ^.i     i oijun   iiitn.-ii.acu   activity  consumes  in their'norrnal coudition.^saysthe j tissue  rubbish   which   otherwise   may  poi'-on the system. This alterative and  tonic c\tract has-been found tq stand  alone'as a safe, invigorating tonic, as it  docs not depend' on .alcohol for a falso  stimulation, but is Nature's otra mcl/iocl  of strengthening and cleansing' tho system, dt tones up tho stomach and- tho  blood in, Nature's own way. It ls-wcll  known all over the world as Dr. Pierce'I  Golden Medical Discovery.    Tho namo  T, T. McVittle.C.E.,     'PL S. H. Y. I'arkOroC  McVITTIE & PARKER  s -Provincial Land Surviving  RATE.WAT  A' MINING   EXGlxiEJBKING  Es/imafes Furnisliedi ' .'  "���iOFFICEs" ' * ''    -'  '  y '      .   &, .     '   . _ *, ,  Fort Sfceeie P. O. Box 25. .   '-'  <y  I o (  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.   ���  , Barristers, Solicitors, S"otariea, Elc.  Cranbrook., J   -   ,B.,,p.  w.^f; gurd, . ':  BARRISTER, SOtlCITOR, BTC.  .*-���'���- "''',....��  CRA.NBEOOK.--,     - , ��� ���   B. C  B. E. WALKER, Preildent   '  ALEXANDER LAIHD, Genernl Manager  1887  Paid-up Capital, $io |  Reserve Fund, -  gj  A GENERAL' BANKING BUSINESS. TRANSACTED at ah or'-  ������. hl ^LL BRANCHES  DRAFTS AND  MONEY ORDERS "sold, and  i telegraph or letter. ���  R, A. SMITH  SHOEMAKER,  MOYIE,.  li.   C.  m^y transfer ^|  COLLECTIONS  made inr all parts of Canada and in r���   ��� I      /��� .     , ln forei*-.. .county  FOREIGN   BUSINESS.,  Cheques and drafts on the United  .    Great Britain anii other foreign countries bought and '  CRANBROOK BRANCH. ���    ,, -R.T.Mnm^  Twelfth ,:Annual j  Winter; te��raaiVaa''-|  STOl' AT THE ���  COSMOPOLITAN  C:JH. DUNBAR    "...  '     '���  '  .    ��� c M i. '  ���  '   ,   *"  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B.C.,  Gilbert   S   , MeConnell,'a.'Van-  ,    *      . * ���  "cduver    buiinoss; mm, wants  to  ride 'agaiust   President Roosevelt  ��� ' j - r ��� *  -   to Mexico and back   for   $10,000.  During   tlie. Nortli,west rebellion'  * 'McConnell rode a distance  of  1G0  *iuiles iu 20 hpii.s,,,making  use  of  onlyfcwp Ziorses,\and'was' eompli-  -'niented by Cclcuel  -\ronfcij5imbert; j  for nziikiag ci:b  of  the most fa-1  'ipons rides during   tho   rebellion.  "President    Roo=evelt   covered QS  miles iu seventeen hours and ten  minutes, using four  hor.-*c*3.  y&>%my$  !Af *. 'i-iST.r'. st\  si'-. ~y  Hi-***t h  Dr. Roller a  Figliter.  With his fight with "Denver"  Ed. Martin in Seattle a fewuights  ago, in which he secured a draw,  -Dr. B. V. Holler, Seattle's big  --.vrtstler, began a career in the  ljri'/e ring, the obiectivefof which  is the capture of the teaTyweight  championship of the';" world now  held by Jack Johnson. Whether  he will accomplish his ambition  Venmin5 to be seen but his showing then was anything but disap-  ���poiuting to his friends and admirers. He still has a number of  ���things to learn about the girne,  but the remedying of this lack of  knowledge should be , only a  matter of, time "���with <a niu of  Roller's intelligence. * ���  because one of the important lnijriiients  \va,s Golden Seal root.' "   *   * .Such  an  authority ,y ~Qt. Tlrtbort? Bartholow.-'ot  Joflerso'n Jfcdlcal College, says "very useful as-a stomachic tonic.   Cures'catarrh  of   the^ stomach sand headaches accom-  panyinff the sanue."   Dr. Oroyer'Coe, Iq  his book Organic Medicines, speaking of  GoldanbSftil root, says that "as a liver  inviporator it has few equal*."   Further  he .says, "in chronic inflammation of the  bladder -ive deem it one of tho most reliable agents of cure.    As a tonic in tho  convalescing s-iago* of fevers, pneumonia,  dysentery and oilier acute diseases -Hy-  duu-tis (CJoWea Seal -root) is peculiarly  appropriate." <   '    ,  Dr. Coe continues: "'We would hero  add that our experience has demonstrated the Hydrastis or Golden Seal root  I to tj.fi a valuable remedy in bronchitis,  laryngitis, and other allcctions of tho  respiratory organs,."  "Of service in chronic catarrh'of tho  stomach and bowels following abuse of  alcohol, a tonic after malarial fever.  JJas a distinct, anti-malarial influence.  Good In all catarrhal conditions, as  uterine catarrh, leucorrhcca, etc. Is a  curxtivc aijcnt in chronic"' dvspensja."  ��� Uobart A. Hare, M. D., TJniven>ity  of Pennsylvania.  BUV YOUR  iga,rs,  ,  ��� y -" , ������ fjioii', '"b\ *'  -, ,*  m ^>" * ���*" ���' ���'": ',  it t *  A BI Steward & Co,  DR. P. B. MILES,  r        * -   " * i l- ,  Cranbrook, B, C.  ut rn*��**i mmr+i  r-THE���  George H .Tlionipson,  ,1" s ' " L . **_  , f'      Bahbistkb, Solicitor *  ���  '' ~" '.'. .tary Pubi^f, &c, . ;'\  CItANUB00K,'ii'v  BBlTlSil COLUUBL*  IW^RJ-'BEATTY.-"': 'V'-"  '  ' 'l   .   <*" ���   ''-..,     '    ���-,'  Embalmer and^ndlrtaker,    "   *  yr*.     . ��� ~;r.,j ,   .    /.*. _,A\ ,  ;. t    '   ,  '     ' , ���-,"���        '  " ' ���'���',,  Phone 9.? ,, A i* 'A* \ CRANBROOK  Moyer   Lost  Case.  c  - ** if  ��* *- N  y.  yy  tv  Tn   an    opinion   handed   down,  the United States  supieme  court  has    decided    against    Pi9sidjnt  Charles-  iloyer,   of  the Western  Tedoration of-.Miners; in  the  case  in which he seeks  damages  from  former Governor Peabody of  Colorado, OVneial Sherman J3ell   and I  Captain 13-ilkley AVcHb for   illegal  i imprisonment - ,   ,.  tion of fond. Hy tlio<*o means the blood  in enriched, and this blood -feeds tho  muscular system. I mention the mus,-  culw system because I believe It first  feels the increased power imparted by  the ' stimulation of increased nutrition.  The cousequent improvement on tho  nervous and glandular systems aro  natural results. i  In relation to its general effects on  the system, Uicrc U 710 Tiukficiiu* in. iise  about which Uicre is audi general unan-.  imlly of opinion. It Is nnlvcrsallti ro,  carded -as -the tonic inloful in all debilitated states."  After many' yoaa-s pf study and laboratory work Dr. li. V. Pierto'produced  the mo-t happy combination of this  Golden Seal root with ptlier eflicacious  roots���enhancing and incAfitsing in cura-  ti"��o pow.'i- these native plants from out  American forests by the addition of chemically pure irljccrlno, of proper strength,  which is far letter th.in alcohol, both  for Extracting and pre&ervin? tho medi-  cinaLpruicipks residing in plants. Olyc-  orlnc itself is u*��'ful in medicine to sub-  duo inllarnmuUou and bv cleansing tho  1 lncmbr.ine of the stoaiach of abnormal  I st cretions nid.^ in the cure of dvspoijsia  and .stomach, und intuit I rail troiib/es.  J he Peupl/.'s f'omiuon Sense Medical  Adviser, j008 pages. Is sent free, on receipt  |  of stamix*!, to pay expense of customs and   !  inailingoufj/.  Send il one-cent stamps for  the book in paper covers, or SO si amps for  Hi" cloth-bound volume.    Address Jlr  R  V. Pierce. GC3 .Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.  0 JDiiSADLXIKK     UKOS,    1-0pa.    ^  Jjur^e   sample   room   in   connectioi',  'fill   lldKii'i   HI   1|.    .        *t  , 1  'f .ncommoda.tions. a  Headquarters   for   Commercial and Minnie Men!  Queens avespk, moyie.  ^re Ybu'Thinking  of Buying a Typewrittsr?  IP   SO     BUY   AX,' "-  G. "Ai iTAMIESON    ���  ,'   GradtiateEmbalmer,  ,       JkforLician and    ��, 4  Funeral Director.'  DAY Oil NIGHT   CALLS ^T  OFFICE     PHONE    XO      E.G  CRANBROOK,  B.  C.  j,   Agcut fbr full    line of   monuments  nnd artistic    memorials.  ' '     WHEN IS'    L  < '    ','  CRANBROOK  '       < '���' ,' 1 ���  E. H. SMALL, ItlanRtrer.        '      *    t    ���   '���  , r  Good rooma, Good  tublee and bar  .    and  Br<^ class sample rooms. v   ,  Wm:" Jewell  > ' ��� y '  ;' Express and Gener-.  , i 1         t  , ably Delivery, "Busi-* ;  ness. yLivery; and,,,  Feed Stable. , *\    , y,  wood , Ind ;coal  ���% '"r;\\ For Sale/ (   f  Leave Orders at,  Gwynric-'t* Slore.  If  yie,  British Co.uinliia  SEN'D;yTO.UK',-VvOIIK * Tjo'the  i- k   ��� "  - ..   * - >��� . /������f-i.   I  KOOTENAY;,,  ���   'STEAM   ' . r\:~ *  .,, LAUNDRY.:k "  > ���    '" 5CELSON  ; tl     *  All White Labor:  UNDERTIME kUSPICKS OF,  The Citizens bf Rossland  DANIEL  TUOMAS -  - President  ;;F^.;iio! e; '09  ..'-'      '      A GRAND PROGRAMME'  -  From TuesdayrJsigbtr \Jni\\ SaturdavNidit  , Itcductid/rransportntiOD'Zhifcs  >   '  ,r    *,SKorJl"ufor��ntttlo��ij|if} lo *  '���  yH. ���p.VkcPRANEY. ,  ���'���'   " -   '��� 1,.   ' -' -  " , ,   "���*�� 'fyxrQ'.ntr,     ���   .  f  il  in!   "  ;,r' Reai Estate Values GoingrUp'  -:. '"A ���'"�����-: J:.; ���SlYTHv-  t ���Mjisu'rance';' ��Real -Estat'eyCoIIeciionsy-  ���**\ 4&S   '<*     /S*>-^* *  r *^-  �����^- '*���-' yA.'y  ���<J  Lmve^voik  with  t hn    1(��c'h'! ngent  3|A. ?.  STEWART. ���  "OLIVER"  SI 2.*  11   % '  ft ^        r t,i* ,  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. '71.    -  A  *. 1  r,  v 1 .i  <\  . i *���  Moyie. BC. Jan. 23. 1900.  I      Whereae,  It   has    pleased   the  ��� Almighty to again visit our ranks,  -and  take from'oiir    midst,   our  comrades     and     brothers,    John  ���March, and Ous S irtson,   therefore  he ic renolved, that ive dtape out  (Jhaiter for a period  of 30 days  Al-n thiit'we exterirl bo   tlieir   rel  a'iv s   and    friends,   our   sinuere  svmpar.hy   in   their   sad   b<*reave  liienr, and t'liaC a copy of this resolution lie placed on   tlie  minute.*  ��� ���f 11.i.s fn 'ii,, also Hftnt to th-  :M'ners Mae- -zine and 31 iyie .Lea  tier fur puljliea'.ioii.    .  ' :hkX CO.U.MJTrEE  50   YEARS"  E&PERiEtiCg  EASY   PAYMENTS.  , F. J. Smyth,  -Sent        -   *   .        Moyie  v'   ���*��&5'.y'     '"'''s        '     '  0?F. ES'AULKlfeRy''*-  -    *        DEAIEH   IK  KMMll  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q,ueens'Ave.      MOYIjE  X'r- --'  ..,..W:>i  Lar*fi assortment1 of GO-CARTS aiulBAST  CARRIAGES.    Prices from So  up  Cranbrook   Co-Operative    Si  LIlkliTED.  fflSC  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone aendlnff a pko'ch and description mar  quickly ascertain duY t,p)pion Xreo whetlier ao  Invention sprobnblr p��te��Uble.. Coramunlca-  tlons/trictljrconfldontlol. Handb��ok<*n PatenU  meiol notice, wlthS��%��rce, ln tbo       ^^'  Scientific  L hnnrtsomely IllnjitTal  nlation of any scientt  MUNN t Co.se,B��>-^. New YorJf  A J-niirtsomely Illontrated weekly. Larsest dr-  eolation of any eclentuio Journal. Terms, 83 0  ynar* lour months. tL S�� d byall neTedealern  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  This hotel is no ���-������ nder new  management, and is first^ class  in every respect. ���'���. '.'���".'.'  B. E.   TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street, MOYIF  Ifyouwanta stylish, up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our sprjpg goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee  all  Our Work.  Cleaning, repairing and  pressing done.  Pric.es Right.  G.1FGI  S***^**t��a������>fc>��^i<fc��^ii  �����  ANNUAL'  Eastern ' Canada  Excursions  0YIE    H0TEC  P. F. JOJSJVSTOjy  Thia HoteZ is New and well Furnished, tjf  Tables are Supplied with the Beet flf  Market affords. Th6 Bar is Filled wi��  the Best Brands of Liquors and Ci  "'  ���Merchant Tailor.  MOYIEy B. C  Brunch Offload v st*  ��itoi T>. r.  'A:  Thos. Summers  C rfors,   Tohaexso,   Frui's   and  Confectionery.  TOYS,   NOTIONS,    ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  3. C. gj;eawEai|ndry  CRANBROOK.  Give bur work a  trial  and   leavf  work  with.  A. B. Stewart,     Agent,  MOYIE, B.C.  V  Wilien you think of  Building, thihk   of  CALDEB BROS.  The Moyie cod tractors  and builders.  ALL   AND   GET    ESTIMATES I  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO,     QUEBEC    ANr  MARITIME PROVINCES  Tickets on sale Dec, "1 to Dec. 31.  ��� <.'iu-iv.y (.'.���< tI r,. -v'-rii'.., ; wiili.  three months,  Tickets jssueci in connection At-  .itutic dte..iuship Bu&iuestf will, be  on sale from Nov. 21, and limited  to five months from'date of issue.  Finest-Equipment,    Standard Flrstcla^a  Sleeping and-Tourist Cars on,all  Through Trains  2 Through Express Trains Daily  S  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  ��� AND MINING MEK' ,,  I    MOYIK --_-.__ _ llB|TIsnCOtCJI��'  ��<s��*3 acc��g���ag����eco<w��a���w�����o������o����e ���������� ��������* ����**'H  THE"TORONTO EXPRESS"  Leaves Winnipeg daily at  22.10,  making  connections    at   Toronto  for all points east and west  thpreof.  Apply to nearest C.  P.   H.   Agent  _    for full  information.  pyie BeeiS  A.*-   m flo hy Ihe  present brewer  is   iidrniltedlv' '  I  rjent .13. ei i��� Ei.hi Kootcnny. Willi I In-'peel Jf��11"  ii'.'.- Pu,\mi "Spriim \^itVr it is une^cnllfd /or qii^1)'',  Jiieiatoii liuving Mpyje Beer.'^"���*' ���   ���      ���  Bottled and Draft Beer.  CHAS. INDEE.WIES, Mgrt  y   ' -, ftioviK.R-ci  !-  ��0?A  imin����i iru  t-.f.  .���fi'i  -..j'j  1,%

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