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The Moyie Leader Jan 9, 1904

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 h  ���Ltuo-^''^  't^J   2-/  I^O^r  f  i   V  ,1 (  ~AA&  i!4  WS  ���&. 5>J&. .*��*ia.j��2!  r ���' ** T       .'  ��� ���*  i- i       ;  '�����  r.  - 'tf ���*���     *~  'by  ' ^  ���*i<J  MOYIE,. R.-CL JANpAEY 6, \m  <* *���- --  *$  ���ib  lb y  o j  y^  L0e>,L ^ews;  c*3 ' ra  J;.  iSOkJtQ jOo^p]^ otam vhat all goods,  too hi^b-p^loed ou* hoz��3 in tho 'wosL  That this statement s& ta err^r  be m-oven   uy   ws during tlie' nett swp  r ���  Wo aro anxious to ha^'o ">';r ��� yco~%.  clexz'va >yo ^ci-e. v^ovleuakiihg.. Sal'-? ^^  r.t*n Qrt;?Bfd^r tf?, a^P- ^^- consist of aU  kinds cf Dry Goods. Clothing and Gents  EurisisliiBg^, Boot* ryid Shoes.  Great bargains r>\ M^n's V.nderw.ear  ^ 8weafen? ^iict Shii-t/fl.  ^  ^  ���^  All  ��� fa  y$  fa  rr.  ft *?  .*;   r* "i  is/l'/l  '-.*7  .'*,'.  \^-  _m  unoice of Conserva*  lve Convention,,  .       ..'      ~ j      !g  ifOj-is/i&ko it: uti^i open. !   s��  . The Ivio>*ie  school opened  ^'Joii.'iayj  morning with a good attendance.        i  Chas, Carbon wad  up  from Ward- ;  ner to spend "ew Years, j  ,     .     i  Olive CIsne of Graiibrook is   visiting j  with fntuds in town,  Sdilh ancl Hugseh Hawke were  vis-  jitin^ia Cranbrook last <veek, '  J.   bi.  IvfoCraclzen has  dispo&ed of  !-' tj V  J.:.b- b  Ai3d why we can always supply .you with  the best at tho very lowest possible price.  ill*    -JjJJJ   (f-tiU  iiUlU'3lj|     Andy Jolinhtoti has  bcf3D   in  Moyio  J, A. Harvey aud 0. W. Mc-  .Ann ; were   the  Other  ' Names' 'Menllnnocl  for tho P5ao8. ���   -  r   J^i       A^_  i..�� y h  1        A    f"      l'*-1    ���,-*    .'"        l'n i   '*   '        *'t^*,  'i P a * .  llWf  . pip''  sA?<S7-rC?-*      ^.<^A^yl\^&r,  \ 'A'ALyb- , *~��.t-'v->* -*1n* vy:*'S->*  k-.M      s t;r:,'iJ'"'"',r'Kj5;  .1  r  ���r? 0,.- c y-j-ir/r",  . *.--./ -.*.- -* *��� *.,  ;i.- rv, ;^..y  Iifj'>. .]'u'"i.i y'a"J:.n:"fch '.vill be Ue  siis.���liuui Lc-ruCi'Cj.1 tn-; (..'onssrvative  ticket ior the Kootenuy consuioencry  in the forthr,o:*ii.ig c-e'j-.ion. At the  convention iield in Nelson on Wednee-  day,th<">re were three name-s placed in  uotninatiOTi���0. W. McAnri of Kaelo,  0. JT. Mackintosh of .Konelnnd ��tiil J.  A. Haivfcy of Cranbrook. Mr. Harvey  withdrew, and v/hen tho' vote vvae  tr.kcn Mackintosh received 24 to 21Lo-  Xnn's' i-L Jin exeutive comtp.itt&e  was elected to   conduct  tho affairs  of  rift^O00-000 >*r'v< ^j'I"03 ! the campniEU,    G. T. Rogers will  re-  I present the 'Jrr.nbrook  riding on the  '/.>,':\-:c u per o  *u-r^^^i^--  ..���.������  j Ltl'TCl.  'A-  y *\   ffzhyp^).   jvlf.d !     -A '���-? '^n'l'iyy "���������-���slifeitl j't the Gr.uid  fot Fj��ver*il   o:\j6   past.    Andy  i��   now  g-irt-nc for a cook that ia  n tdlibr   frou. |  the word go. '|  Hoiijt'ju,   beitui    known    a** I  We buy direct from the' g  i^aKe c..(: u��ie Vfoca.3 ..'S'lX- ��  T."8  -C5 ."  m.  _,-Ci,.���1?*-A--s-.-a.T t-^ca.r"  is . .   .  ��� v. .* . v->-  ���ih-"  1 y<*l '������'jr",-*>- v_s ifirt'c.fi'SSIid  -it-j-J !*,ntLi ia   t'-'o  eve  pcaons took pnrt,.  :ucv   'a -.*-.:   /;  .-3  r. z-  _1    "*  -,'M"  ^'.^   .'  .v '.m*:-  &  *"'   ti "f!  >   *  ;i-:i.c .**ri.  ' '  '*fi^-iv"XC^?a  ii.ir.i     fi dm t j,,.-,y  P:  ��',.'iiiii",..i*JTitd   pnvv.:".  R  trii -     -*\i----  -  ~,u.'-. 'J  '���i^y Tj  &'MiW6I!  Ml  A.0  1'J  '-���J  I'bo  ta-  S^i  "-.  n-  ni  <Kll*-f-  n  CR.**  i.* ���-  Il"i)e  ij-t  tr^F."^  o. -  'ATA.-  - ��  �����.*  l'J-  ���  r.n J-  lJ,���> "���  yd   In--i.i��nci.   atonic-   ia   South Enut  '���"oot.'n^v,  MOYIE,' B  tt-,i.ik  -fc*. H    j; _ ~j->i. ���,"   ���* *3.j*- *- ��������'*���**-��' "-^���  n  -. '..*. O. >'.  OSiuoru Za^*allcd.  At tho rt!f.r>Uvr meeting last jilonday  i-\ , (evening the fo!!c:Vinrar,OJLiiee.ij weru m-  !o,   'sc:-.*It'll ior Ibc term  just,   commenced :  �� i , ' J  il, Campbell, "Noble Grand i  P. 1). Hope, Yice-Gr^nd;  i\ J. amvth, Secrotary:  C. A. Foc.te, Tro-isuror.  The lotlgo ia in a llouriebing condition. It h:\2 a substantial balancd iu  the'treasury, and its mfiinbi-rahip haa  beon steadily ou the iuurc-aeo.  i  SI  '0  S3  ^���A"A  i-  t*  11.  HA ''I'i *>  y*i  /;���-7^ ^is_ -��r .-lv  iQl  y'^'iClUli '..'d /  I  <���,,.-"!  r\\ycM>. AA-'  PI-  ��-J .000.000  ,- ?2,9S3,890  Man.  V  ^ -V/-.-V   r^*^> <* -��iv^r*j    A general bani-:ing busi-  "'��� Vf^f^ i/-,AHi7lJr,E>IT*--rn'tG'.T^t aKwroiI on Jononils..  nfi;(J p.1,1. aviubh^ in all  parts   of   Canada.   United   festates aud  ^UK.-no.   f;-iot>l altocl;o:�� given in cilVctwfls.  F, H, MA.RSH, Manager.  "Spav Licence C-jwiiiisplm'.  ;. j It ia ruported on __ood auihority  that lho ntw board of license coiu-  niiesionerfi for thia district will be fiooi-  pobed of Al Doyle, of Tort Steele, J. 1).  McBride nf Craubrcok. and Ed Hill of  Moyie." Ttio people of Moyie are naturally tjlatl to liave him qn ihe board,  and Mr. Hill bus been congratulated  on all sides for receiving the appointment.  "Wliopp-t'.-i-up-iiili/' died at Kain-j '��  kjC'ini (A consumption a few days ago. tjj  Hoitstpn was 'a miner' and was well ( ^  known thro'-ujlio'it tlio iiiitiing di��-  Irir'fs ol thr- .'C-.-oieuny 5.  Harry Ilimock is in the t-aloou bu.'i  nof-o in I-/>J.-:!aiii.    lie had, !ea-:od   the  Miple'Lo-il t-aloou. I  The petitiou aakingior the diflerant]  Appropriations for Moyie was forward-J  eu   to-Victoria   yesterday, by>. J.   II. j  Hawke.    it had 2i9 signatures.  Gomer Jones, former aocoutant for  the Movie Linnber Co., is now holdiii{j  a Similar pofcition   Avith   iirtekem idge,  & Lund at Y/ardnf-r,  Gomo' uncalled for men's tailor made  suits at tho oxpross oflice for aale  cheap. '      ' 3-J-*  Rev. MacColl will preach his farc-  v;A. eeruuvi tomorrow evening.  ��� Jii. Stur.o  iias   retucaeo! froia   \:ti  , t     -       ��    ��� ,  visit to Wardiier.  ^  ; :.(.i,.'.'( r 5-V  i-i  .? \, ,-j 'jA ijt  ��C: b>:ancl  Oi  ji��L/uitQO%  hard v/hgs.'"�� iiour  ^s^^TF*- vr.'-'r.'./^ ";i��ss5i       a  u  We buy CTiiy.in cv.r lots 13  ��� and thereby ye'L- a-dyan- I  ���tage of the lowest "o^sai- i  ble frexeiit rates.     '       - $  We br.y fer cash,, and |  can=^feherelbre get   lb.**' ^  very lowest prices.  1 jLjUiiu j j  -..-jj-*"  -u IS-  the   flour I  We    study  market and 'buy to ad  vantage,  MacEachern & Macdonald  SaaS3EaEE3S3Ssffi23R28SBEE^SaS!2aEB^  r*"*c��ira*"  on&aceexrxniHrM W*>TW>ur x n ���.-  M. A. Teale v,a? up fro,, Cranbrook ,,' RATTERS  POLITIC AL-    "  tliic v/eek   looking   after  busineya   ;uJ        -   .      ���       ���   eoxvoctior: with his firm.     ��� j     Tho geagiou of t^0 Provincial   lei;i-  jyra. Luj.ic.-ra of OrauLrcok waa -the , iatllrc resuniea on January 11th.  <r\x-z-A, of" ?*Tr. aud   Mrs,  V.   Dssaalniei j-     ' ���'- _  thiu week. , ,      - j     The Conservatives'havo    r-   strong  3.  H.-Hawke   is   building    an ice | candidate in Hon. .Chaa. Aluckimoih.  chute to beuHcd in loading carg   rvhen  the ice   harvest   begin;,.    He will  be  better prepared   thia   year  than   ever  before for the work.,   '  I     John Houston cava that, tho JDoir.in  i ion election   y.'ilj.   -<"���'���  Ju-ne.  ilrd. .Cronin. went to .Spokane last,  Noi*-- "Vear's Evo Dance.  It was a merry crowd that gathered  > j at the Hotel Kcafemsy cn New Year's  ���y  ;. v.v -;? v;. _v. .-..'��� >- ..-.- _\-.�� *vV.rJ**W r.  . nVJ-S'.V  ,u. ^>'\- .v1^ ***".  -a^*��r^T era tt."W^^  i i Eve. and danced the old year out and  "li j the r.bw year in. The attendace was  t j larger than at any dance during the  ^ iyear, and liie people had a thoroughly  f j good time. Refreshments weie served  j at 12, after which dancing waa kept up  I until 4 ololock.  tii.   "*���  ���:ch i  A',.    '  .i'i a'. i'  ^ III       V * '  ���'���������% ��� it-ill' r.t  tt-OIJ..-. T*> THOSE WHO  IN^JSIIO AG.VI^ST  Tir'-TlR^THS^..^^^^-  '(���;  1- ���    i.l   (i:  .,1. .   (        '  ill-   ,i.  (1     <-'    '  "1  ., /���,��'  r*.,"..u <������ -"^  ������hart'J'  -f-tl by  i M't'ir  ���*,   b,r   C.'i  .;li xi'i  ui.-t  ;;.li-     tO'-i  . .���!        *i'  r r   '.  ���  ,iii    tl  rtain  pi.i  *t  I.l" w  , ]..;  i.rln  . . '1  . .       t< l A  v    ..I        ..'J  .j'i .;i  ���t'liurcli ServlcoB.  PUBJJYTKKIAN���Service   will    be  held ia the hall at 7 :o0 p.   ru.    '  Sunday School at H p. iu.  Ail i^o w '1- O'\\o.  i\A\ K  Vi  .Al.st-t.i r.i,, 1'ajtor.  .\1i;thoi)'?'~] " !h    *'������   P-;;'' orlioc.  iSi-rmon !"i L-oy* .m   ������ !-'���   ���-������,  ,,,..,,   !f7 "a    !' pi  "i"  Lvo.u;j__  i.-il.lrt    ot  ���*-*.%��'�� I"*"** "  i nvw *- *  :if< /.It  >a r-  ,(    1  '���X'J       -^ ���"  i  ! ,"-._><'.���..! ���*:Hiring.. lYvoryunu viiloi/tne,  j ". y.As.   I'AA'LOU, Pastor  1 j |. <". . i.-.-jYliuiiSvv;",i.iis ,is- haviint  ; I tic i 'jret o: wivkiii'r "thu viiuulu uo fi  I l.iuk alt., lho play houses in .���(���heir re-  | 0P'*.'tivv.- ctlif.s and ������ (uwml. And right  , li, a- >i i.   nut . a'tuu-d  to   remark   that  1 ���tT .,  J     ll  I  J.J(  UlJ  ...lojic'c- i.oit:i ball   would   bo  hothin^  UrVttSii.SrS. , f\KOCii ���f ,, <u-:ith irap'iu   onso. ui r,   fin:.  * S ) j> 'A?'.  t ��� ^���_��r*j��.r��^ir��fc*��^"* i  *���;'!'(��� *.p  rr-'i't-ri.,  i) L L'i     a- J-    -*��� *������*��� -���-���  '/'.a������.-.'.. /:,:'.nr,i!. .   i^oy.i     .,i  with houses for-C''>'!imeroi:'.  0? (ICCO!VMl"0(iilt*01U.  "s ,*.    *".  Ml  'y - r ji��c R'^A^A^'IT A M  v^jitwri*.*.*:-/,*^. ����������'���  -jrrrr ^-"^ffW^'Eri;"?"  ���'ion.  Headquarters for OoEYimencias and fining  Men.  -������-J'  QllKICN  AVRNi!.'-;,  ���:���/ j  ��� ^ i  !.Y  i*ni--.j *���*"���,'>."  A)  ��/lv  '*s i��<��"��4w^r'i s&  WHKW-JN  OKAK'BiEOOK  r.'.. i>ovv>r:s, I'ri'V"  ���Good rooms,; good   iaU'cc and  bar,  aud first claes sample rooms.  week to place Msster Jack Cronni in  the Gonzaga,college. Master James  Harper' accompanied them and will  also attend tho name college.  MacEaoheron & Macdonald have  just received an import order of biscuits from W&R Jacob & Co., Dublin.  Try these, they are the best on the  maikot.'  R, E. S. Taylor hag returned to  Moyie and haa again taken up his  work in the Methodist cause. Mr.  Tayl.or was laid with typhoid fever for  some time, and is opiy now recovering  from .the effects of his illnesa.  Geo, Slaoaffee, manager of '(he ife-  Lareu Lumber Co., of Vancouver, was  hero this week the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. R. Campbell. Mr. Macaffea is  an ardent protectionist, and says that  a- high tariff is absolutely necessary  for the success of tlio Britiah Columbia lumbering industry.  Mrd. Lacy, of the Gateway hotel;  had her husband up for trial before L.  Ii. Forbe.**, S. JM., of Fenny last week  t,ii the charge of ,-r-'-v">K. It was pro-  vid that lho a ecu cjd Ivn! used fcroo it)  i-i-jo:.iiig hi>r froi.i thi*- '. onto. Lacy  u:io lined !J.fJ an J way hriuuj ovyr ::i  thi: aim ot ij^OO to ktoj) tho poa;v- for  ..���ni.* year ��� l-V-uio  l^rit* Prri-i.  , K.ev. A. Oittin, welt known tluough-  out ..hi.". uiKlri.c'., h.'Y.v by'en ��� etlitct'ed,  lii.nu r.iar.y nj.'i'l;��:.-.n'o'. :"ivi.inntnic.f-or oi  th'.i. I'rhiiiptanl. Con.'^c, Bt-iruf,. ;;'yria.  'Pi:;*., ;h one uf ���..Llic fai-v-'c-tiy ed;t'jatlop.i:'i  iuotitutious of the old world. J.t'���hai.  enrolled over lOOO students and the  gtafr ������ol. lectures numbers 4.0. Mr.  Ditun has roeently be!-n tilling one of  I ha-most lpipprl'tici pulpitsjiu ..New  York city. .11 .:��� many friiusds.will rc-  j'.ucii io.'lijs yve-ll merited advancement.  ���rjlyliK.-.-ilyd lis*.- .SWouliloi-.    '   '.   .  Mr-3. Johatiu.i yxk'fhohn, of  Fergus  Fid'ls.'Minn.,   IAI   and   dislocated   her  ���should.::!'.   ;Wl.'!>.V.vii   a  rnrgeon   got   it  1 luu'k in !'- "''"��� :;f; su*!:' y   P'^'M0*   l'ul  .! it w��e ip-.i't'*' *ovi- !"������<'��� niiiocd   her   very j  'nYiu-h.    Hsi   t'o-i ���np"-ntiou!.'d   ihat   he'  Iliad   Aio.vn  Cluunbetlain's   Fain   Balm |  jj.dv'eriisinl   for  sprainw   and   sorcne^,;  'and she asked him to'huy her a bottle!  ' jo'f it, whicJi he did.'    It quickly relived i  on   be   hold   until  i   the  W. A.  Gaihker  yjll likely  jhoico oi (ho  Lib  vention at Welsoniiest week.  unanimous choice oi (ho  Liberal  oon-  J. A. Harvey ha3 gono to tbo coast  to have a conference with some of the  heads of departments of th<?' government.  The Liberal nominating cqnventiou  will be held in' Nelson next Tuesday,  January 12th, J". H.'Hawke and P.  D. Hope have been elected ao delegates from Moyie.  Asked on Ne?/ Year's D��y if it was  true that he iuteuded leaving Nelson,  .John Houston, the long-hand journalist of the Tribune, replied: "Yes; I  intend to leave Nelson immediately  after tbe legislature adjourns, which  will be about March 2jt, I will first  go to Edmonton, Alberta, where I  may locate. I am leaving Nelson m  order to make a living, as I find politics au expensive gaaie." Asked if'he  intended resigning his seat in the  legislature, Mr. Houston e.ud; "Yes;  as '���con as I liud a location outside of  tho province  that tuutt me."  IF YOTT HAVE A  LOT TO KKI.L,  A Hu'JoL TO P.KNT,  AI.INIAG STOCK TO. BELL,  ��� ' Oijf you \s "s!, tu itu'iict.  io ;i.!'.,y of t.h*v,-.ie cojibtdt  ���  ������f A.RREU,   A .SMYTH  l.A i_J A J A A*l        I1HJ3*. l\ A_l  A   3  .New Yoek���Bar hi Ivor, 57j cenls  Lead, ?'i.25. Copper, ipio.75. ,Z:no  (speltsr) ��5.fi3.  Londoit���Li-ud, ��11  Gs ;1J.  GENERAL   WEV^S   MOTES.  H. Byprs 'i-f, Co,, of ffultion are in th6  , t  handu cf a roeuiv��r.  Captain   Fred.   Vabtit,    head  of   the,  Pab*H Er.?v/iu�� company, is dead.  'gilyertou people are a^ain looking  for the operation cf Galon-.'. Farm property.  Tho brother of Ernest Ua^ht-'t John,  i3 cn tii.il lor coniphoity in his brothel's escs-pv i'roiu Calgary gaol.  Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal aro  reporting from 15 to 20 degrees below  zero in the recent cold snap.  Provincial constable J. "Wilson has  been appointed deputy mining recorder  at Creston, for tho Goat River mining  division. The appointment :3 a good  one.  CisLiiAo Trotter -.fas Kora.  Claude Trotter, who has been  hero  for a week,  left yesterday for' Cranbrook, and from there hs will proceed  to Minneapolis where he will  secure  an artificial litub.    He will then go to  hia home   in   Cleveland,  Ohio.    Trotter   ia   the   young   man   who   a  few  months ago wad struck   by  a   freight  train at the   Moyie  station  and  suffered tho ioss of a limb.    Trotter  is  a  tiketch   artiet  of  cotisilierable  ability,  and his copic: of   OIi.wrie-3   Dana   Gib-  son',-1 work ha.e allractud considerable  attention.  tfSJftjf fii��af�� SCSI? ^ittat��6ii��6  W. F. TATE,  .���iKWKi.i3i.:, "cr'anbrooi-:.  p..   r  I...r ���u'.d enable.hor. to eloep which   she;  imd not done  for   aovcml' day.,    For j Official Watch Inspector for   the C. P  ,        ��� 11 ,ir�����mi,t.4 R. Crow s.NestJDiviaioii.  gale by all druggist:).  ihe heafih?!Jlrs85s of ribb'��� fostS-a  PRICE   EJAXlNtt  POVVaEK C(  CHIOAtJO  ?il  ���   f  ��?x  sjfjfa m  4m  ^o*o��o*o*o<>o*>^o^o*o$o^o  rGGY  o  ���  o  ���  o  ���  o  ���  o  o  ���  o  U/HEN ru  *'   TOOK THE  By MARJORIE  STEVENS  ���o��  o  ��  o  ���d  o  o  o  o  ��*  o  o  *$  o  <&oo  Copjrigb'i, 1803. by T. C. McClure  io^O^O^OfO^O-HO-t'O^O^O^O  Donald Murray was not thinking  about the strike.  In fact, it made precious little difference to bun at just this moment  whether any trains ran ou tbe T>. Tl.  and G. tracks at all. His engagement  ���with Miriam Bentley had been suddenly derailed, and that was trouble  enough for him. Ho had appointed  himself a wrecking crew of one to act  that very night at the church fair and  possibly to undo- the mischief wrought  by too much steam iu the form of  hasty words. And' then had come the  orders from headquarters to stand by  his instrument until relieved.  Brownsville was an unimportant station in tho center of a thriving fanning section. Its stockyards and grain  ���.���levator dwarfed the passenger station, and there wasn't; enough business In the whole town to support a  night telegraph station. In fact, Donald, with his lusty helper and messenger boy, Andy Johnson, constituted the  entire D. It. and C. force.  Young Murray was not afraid of  work, and at any other time the order  to remain at his post for twenty-four  hours would have affected him not at  all. P.ut tonight ho thought of Wilson, Graham, Donaldson and tho rest  all clustered about the table where  Miriam was selling fudge and other  homemade sweetmeats, and his hands  were plunged into his pockets, even as"  his soul was plunged deeper in gloom."*  Tho Idea of disobeying orders, however, never entered his head, though  he did' not fully realize the danger  which beset tho road. This strike  through ^he great wild west was not  ���the ordinary seething turmoil of sudden dissatisfaction which yields quickly to pacific treatment. It had been  a prolonged, quiet struggle 'between  capital and labor, with no apparent  gain on either side, but an attempt to  Install a yard force of "scabs" at Mid-  ford Junction had precipitated active  demonstrations. Seeds of trouble had  been sown with reckless hands in the  shops and yards, where the stolid,  Swedes, seeing their jobs and comfortable home lives threatened, had set  their teeth hard. And when a Swede  says nothing, but draws his eyelids  'down to a narrow slit, railroad authorities know that trouble is brewing in  tho brain behind that stolid face.  +        *        ��� *-*        *        '*  Andy Johnson stuck his head into  the door. Murray caught sight of a  vivid red necktie and knew what was  coming. c  "You won't need me, will you? 1  ���want to take in the fair again."  Andy's long, lank body, "clad'in a  ���wonderful store suit of gray, green  nnd brown checks, followed his good  matured face, lie closed tho door, aud  his voice took on a wheedling tone.  "There's goin' to bo such duin's.  honest there is, Mr. Murray! That  there fish pond just takes my eye, and,  3rou get the funniest things what you  ain't expectin' to get. Then thcre'B  gobi' to be a volin' contest tonight  That silver toilet set cost so much no  one won't buy it, so they're goin' to  vote It, off: to the most popular lady  present."  Murray's face was suddenly illumined.  A'OC course you can go, Andy: There  won't be much doingrliorc tonight. lie-  sides, I want you to do some voting  for me." He laid a five dollar bill on  the table. "Miss Bentley must havo  that prize."  "Of course she will. Everybody likes  Miss Miriam," assented Andy, with  eyes fairly devouring the bank note.  ' "But wo want her to be so far ahead  of the other girls that they won't be in  the running. Reel Now, you vote that  money slow. Have it changed and vote  it a quarter at a time."  Andy nodded and then, filled with  importance, turned to go.  "Wait a minute."  Murray drew a pad toward him nnd  ��� bit liis  pencil   nervously.    But at last  the note was finished and carried away*  by the elated Andy.   It read:  .My Dear Miriam���I am- sorry that I  cannot be witn you tonight when you : win  the prize, for of course you will win it.  Andy will vote for ine. and when it in over  won't you nend mo wont how many votes  yoi: received,? I ask. very littlo. and It Is  s��i lonelydown here. -I must sttiy bce-iuso  there is troubleSof.'some-sort un the line.  1 know it can't,be as bad as the trouble  that has been in my heart sinm we quarreled.    Yours, , DONALD.  ���"  Murray went out into tho passenger  room, and-stared up the street where  the slights'from the town hall shone  gayly. Then, with a sigh, he .returned  to his little office, locked the door and  throw himself on the carpet covered  Hofa for a nap. lie was roused by a  sharp call at his keyboard.  "Trouble brewing along tho lino,"  sang the little ticker. "Al Reeves, with  a gang of Swedes, has slipped out of  town.    Keep sharp lookout for No. 3'.''  No. 3 was the D. It. and G.'s crack  train. It carried the mail and the bulk  of the cross continent passengers.  Murray was wide awake now. Ho  went the rounds of his little station,  making sure that all was secure. Then  he examined his revolver and laid it  within easy reach on the table and sat  staring at the instrument while he reviewed the dangerous points between  Brownsville nnd tho stations east and  west. There was the cut seventeen  miles east. It had once been a favor-  He spot with train robbers, but little  harm could como there from a derailment. Tho one-dangerous spot was  the Jamison arroyo, below the town  *>y three miles at least   If No. 3 was  stalled there and tho fast freight nan-  prhed to whirl .ifior it round tho curve,  as it usually did now thai the time-  card was demoralized by v,*e.*.k service,  there might-  Murray closed a nervous hand ovor  his revolver. Nothing must happen.  He sat thus with straining cars lor  half an hour. To him it seemed as  if, hours had passed when suddenly  he heard a faint tap at the outside  door. Very cautiously and "with revolver in hand he stepped to the door  and asked in a lirm, clear voice,  "Who's there?"  "it's���it's me���Miriam."  Almost dropping his revolver, Murray threw open the door aud Crew the  girl inside.  "Miriam!'' he gasped and led her into  his little den.  "Yes," she replied, with the calmness of the feminine mind'which can  ignore past grievances when it chooses  to rise above.them. 'T wanted to thank  you for helping me to.win that lovely prize, aud I���well���I didn't think  Andy���could,thank you quite as well as  I conk]."  It was full ten minutes before Donald Murray came back to earth and  the realization that No. 3 was four  minutes overdue. 'Just as ho reached  his hand toward the instrn.nemt to  communicate with the junction the  door of the outside room creaked, and  a burly form, followed by another and  another, pressed into the waiting room  and jerked down the small gate leading  into'the agent's room. 'Murray did not  wait for a second glance at the intruders. ' One hand stretched toward  the receiver, the other toward the' revolver.  "No messages goes out of this office  tonight, young.feller."  For answer Murray's finger sent the  first word over the wire. With an oath  the leader sprang forward, and something cracked with a sickening sound  in Murray's right arm. He turned  white, .and,,the left hand loosened its  grip on the revolver. A burly fist shot  forth, hut a small, white one closed  over the weapon first Miriam stood  beside Murray, the revolver leveled at  the group of men.  "Send It, Donald. I'll shoot the first  man that moves!"  Her voice trembled, but not with  fear.   Murray felt his brain reeling.  'T don't know what happened," he  murmured thickly. r ���    .  The men were edging away.  "Tell him!" cried Miriam. "What  have,you done to that train?"  Dowu at the junction they caught  the words and wondered why Murray  had such, a jerky, uncertain touch.  "No. 3 derailed .Jamison arroyo.  Hold  No. 0 and send help." '  11  #'��,��. ����� $ o *  Above the mantel in the Murray  homo there hangs an ont of date revolver. When Master Donald Murray,  aged six, discovered it and asked  where it came from his father repl'md:  "That is your \moi tier's. She once  used it to bring down big game." ���'  "Why can't she shoot it now?" persisted tho boy.  "Because she doesn't know how," was  tho answer as Donald Murray, Sr.,  gave a laughing glance iu his wifo'a  direction. .  ,  BtoTliijj'In  h  aij-8terio.t�� .Wny.  "While spending an afternoon at Pendleton's game the year before the war,  by one of those wonderful streaks of  Tuck which touch a gamester1 not twice  iu a lifetime Stevens won ��1,000 on a  fifty dollar stake," says .Tames Matlock  Scovel, writing in tho National Magazine, about Thaddeus Stevens. "At  midnight, as he left tho faro palace,  after a terrapin supper and a boUle of  Uoedorer, ho was accosted by a plethoric negro preacher, who had come all  the way from Lancaster to solicit subscriptions to put a roof on the Zion  Macedonia ��� church, near old Thad's  home. The negro preacher approached  him timidly, saying:  " 'Boss- Steven?, hain't yer gib something to do r.awd'and our church?"  "'Yes,' said old Thad. 'I liko the' security and will down with the cash.'  . "lie handed him a $100 bill and slowly walked loward tho carriage which  was to convey him to Capiloi hill. The  colored dominie hastily glanced at the  bill under the gas lamp and saw it Was  a $100 greenback.  "'Fore de Lawd, boss,' ho said as ho  plucked him by the coat,'you hah mud*:  a mistake and gib me a ��100 bill for a  ton dollar.'  "'Take it. my friend,' paid Sslfvc-iis  Benlonli'iu-dy. 'I have hoard if said  ihat God moves in a mysterious way  his wonders to perform.'"  ���/  ^AA^-J?  ,y*-* W&Z'f.  /zyy'::yyyy^r>y^��y ^  ~&s -~-  HOUSES  OF CONCRETE.  Kexv     I den.     In     Construction     (Uvea  Promise  nt  SuccesH.  j Dwelling houses and factory buildings with concrete walls, in which the  concrete has beeu molded in place in  large masses, have become comparatively common, but in recent years a  species of hollow concrete block construction has been Introduced, which  in seme respects ��� appears to promise  even greater advantages. Such hollow concrete block houses arc, in u  measure, highly developed examples of  the ruiuarknbly' durable adobe houses  of Mexico and the southwest of the  United States, which, though built simply of large sun dried blocks'of clay,  appear as though hewn out of one solid mass and havo been found to successfully resist both great heat and  heavy tropical rains.  Walls built of hollow concrete blocks.'  with their iucioscd air spaces, tend to  keep house's warm in whiter and c-ooi  in summer, and the. only problem of  satisfactorily building them has been  that of -cost This, however, we arc-  told, has now been solved by a machine which turns them out quickly  and cheaply and ln all desired sizoVi.  The molds aro made with removable  sides, and after the block of concrete  has been,formed these sides nre swung  out of the way nnd the block can be  lifted out and left to thoroughly sot.  Grooves and tongues can easily be  formed in the blocks, enabling them to  bo rigidly tied together iu.building up  a wall, and openings can also be provided in them to receive the ends of  floor beams, the joints being subsequently filled with cement, if desired,  to Insure greater security,,  Many houses have of late been built  with such blocks, and their popularity  seems to be on the .increase. In sip-"  peamnce such concrote,'block walls resemble masonry. ,ln fact, the block?  can be fashioned after alhii'st any desired pattern.���Cassier's Magazine.  .,' The ttKlr White lUnr*.  A traveler in tlie interior of Africa  thus ��� describes ' the 'effect which his  ���pri*.*U.'ncG. had upon the natives: "My  appearance on this occasion,'' 'ita on  niany others, excited a universal shr.VbY  of surprise .and horror, especially  among the women, who���'we're-not n lit-,  tie . terrified nt--f.;t*oingssuch nn ouk-.yi  of nature,as they consider a white man  to be 'pooping into their huts' tind-asking for a little water or'miii-:. Tlie  'chief feeling that my appearance inspired I could easily perceive to be  disgust, for they wore firmly persuaded  that the whiteness of the skin is.the  effect of disease and a sign of weakness, and thoro lis not the least doubt  that the while man is looked upon by  thorn as being greatly Inferior 1o themselves. Ono day, after bargaining for  some.onions" wilh a country girl, she  told me that if. I. would tako off my  turban and- show her -thy head she  would give mo five more onion-'. I insisted upon having'.eight, which she.  gave me. When I removed my turban  sho started back at 1he sight of- my  shaven crown, and when J jocularly  asked her whether, she should like to  have a husband with such a head she  expressed the greatest surprise and disgust and declared that she would rather have the ugliest black slave for a  husband."  Tlio   I.iqnor  Trnilo   In   Cuba:  If the Cuban government was .controlled by the white ribbon'temperance*  societies of the north sho could not  have taken a more decisive step against  liquor -than sho has done. The new  tax placed on liquors is so very high  that the liquor dealers,' distillers and  all, state that they will have to go out  of business, and in a few days it is  promised that those people who want'  "eye openers" mayt have to take lem-<  'onade or milk instead. There seems  to be no doubt that /the industry in  Cuba is killed. Oue of the oldest liquor firms in Cuba closed its doors last  week, while in .these columns this  morning one of the largest dealers in  Cuba announces that he is clearing out  his goods preparatory to retiring from  business."  On a  Berlin  Strect-Car.  The other day a woman entered, a  Berlin street car with a number of gas  balloons, which she intended to sell ln  the Thiergarten. As she stood on the  platform a man sprang on with a lighted cigar in his mouth, and at the same  moment a puff of wind blew the balloons against the cigar.  They all exploded, and for a few seconds the front of the tramway car was  hi ilames. The owncr'of the balloons  was much burned about the face and  hands and tho smoker more seriously  about the face. The passengers inside  the car were panic stricken, and for a  few minutes there was a terrible struggle' io get out of the vehicle, but no  one was seriously injured.  W.ti-iicd   by .a'.'Dead   Mnti.  Mr. .1. S. Marablc, who died a few  days ago, related several days before  ,his death a remarkable experience. He  was converging wilh his physician. Dr.  W. I'I. McKonzk*, to whom he staled  that ho had boen warned of his death.  "Some weeks ago," said Mr. Marable,  "when I was walking home, I became so  weak that I was compelled to sit upon  a rock to rest , While resting, Tom  Sparuoll (Mr. Sparnoll has been dead  for several months) came to mc and  said, 'Well, old feilow, your time is  about up, nnd you had better get ready  to die.' I knew Tom Spa moll was'  dead, but 1 could see and hoar him distinctly."  'I)i.-!i'i'ior,'i t.!'<���>n   of  Wrileh   S.tri'nKH.  y'T-wis-li I knew what particular thing  ���is- lacking in'-.'IIn), manufacture, of our  watch' springs nowadays." said a New-  York .jeweler.-.. "It really does seem a3  (.hough , they had- perunmontly 'lost the  art of tempering \valch springs. I sent  oi.it.fi hundred dollar watch the'other  day,- brand new. just from the factory,  a.nd-'the- spring 'broke within twenty-four '"hours. ..Manufacturer;-; have  spent thousands of dollars within, the  ��� !a**t few years experimenting to got  hack the old quality iri .their spring:-;  .".nd 'they have failed..'��� 1 can never tell  whether a spring will last a week or a  year, aiid they seem to be getting worse  inatcad of better."  A   Fortniic.   In   A mberprrts.  A hundred pounds of .ambergris has  been seized at.Seattle as stolen property. The ..fip]-raised -'valueyis ��� ��30 an  ounce, or 9.18,000 for tho hundred  poiUKjis. A hundred pounds of-pure  gold would not ho worth as much jby  ."i'Hi.i'OO. Ambergris is scarcer than  gold. It is more of an uncertain quantity.' It is harder'to find and harder to.  transport. It is found (hinting in lumps  in the ocean and occasionally lu the iu-  lof.tiiics of tho spermaceti whale.  There are. however, few sperm whale*  available, and the lumps of ambergris  havo been growing scarcer as the  Whales have decruased in numbnr.  The Tnlc of a Cnlze.  An cast end car was loaded down  wilh shoppers, mostly women, for it  was in the middle of the afternoon.  Conversation was proceeding at a great  rate. It was like a pink tea or a session of the sewing circle. I Jut all at  once a hush fell over the fair chatterers. ��� A negro hul entered, bearing in  his arms an immense cake three or  four docks high and frosted over from  pit 1o dome, as they say of a theater.  Theie was a profusion of (lowers by  way of decoratiou, and delicate tracor-  ies of gauzy lace completed the embellishments. The cake was so large  that tho negro could scarcely carry, It  The cake told the whoh: story of the  wedding, the bridesmaids, the orange  flowers, the dower girls And lho' banquet afterward. Every feminine heart  In thai street car was .-.-flutter as its  owner gazed speechlessly upou tho  evidence of a wedding to he. ���  , Finally, when tlie car stopped to lot  on anath,er passenger and everything  was very still, one lady took .courage  to ask tho negro .where the wedding  was going lo be.        ' ''  "Whut weddin?" asked the negro, his  eyes protruding. ���  "The wedding that cake Is for."  "Pis ain't no weddin cake."  "Xo?"  "No'm. Dis yere'a' er cake walk  cake."  There was a smile that reached from  one end of ,tho car to the ot hor, nnd  very soon conversation was resumed  as before. -  ,  S mo kin B  Com petition.  At a "smoking club" in Thailungen,  southern, Germany, .a. competition was  hold, tlie object of which was to smoke  a cigar as long ns possible without letting it go out. The.prize winner smoked his cigar seventy-four and'one-half  minutes, while none"uf=tlisicthor-eom-'  pcti.brs', records was over one hour.  Tho output, of .bituin.jinii*-. coal from [  the   Ohio   Valley   la��t   year   was   l*>5.-'  000,000   Tons,   which   wa.s  nearly  four  fifths of the entire production of Am  ���jricu.'  Love   is   like  a   phologr.i;.i*ic   _il.  when  it requires a  dark  '-tire fm*  development.  10  is  A    lmld-headc'd   man   in   A:  suing   for  a , ilh orco   {>e.-,i'i.-o  compelled   him   to      *-it    oa   .  :;loup   all   fauiimi'.'i       lo   kei-;.  out  01"   tho   house.  Most  01   il  know  your  thin!-..".  1   tliinf.  'f-ighbf*  you  kilo  ,|j'10ri  yo vi  OTiixf  -,vSf!  ;��!  f "14  1   -1 ffl  r + W  ybja  I i-M  '. . .'Ay f-   *'r^>  Scores of the Common Ills  of Life Owe to JEsssopdes��s  of fhe Liver asa3 ���������>upab?8 hy  OR. OHASE?S KEBNEY-LIVEet PILLS.  STEEL BASSES.  If you a.re bilious, blamo the liver.  If your digestion is impaired and  you suffer from head-idie anil dii-./y  sjiells,' blame the liver. If your  bowels are irregular, con^tiimtion  and looseness alternating, bhini.* tin'  liver. If you havo pain under, the  shoulder blades, feelings of fullness!  after meals, aching limbs.' a yelimv.  'muddy   complexion,   blame   the   liver.  Torpid, sluggish action of ilie liver  is responsible for all these symptoms  and whilf you hn\o ��� a 1 Uht to  blame  the  liver,    it  may   be ,\\".il   for  you   1.0   set   about   to   help   th'V    Iho'r j doubt.tIIv   due     to     th  /out   of diiiicul'ty.      .,'',.       . " j prompt   action   on   ;!���.���   li  Though     bile,       which    iho   hc.ilrh\ | ������i.ricbii.f.J   otiorl   oa  li\i-r   filters   from   tlie   blood.    1.**     n,.- j bow-el*.       'linue   is  tare's   cathartic   amy is   nee**-  healthful   and   regular   a<'li..n  Iher.    Overeating,   excessive   drinUr. ���  or irregular  meals  are  very likely  ���,,  upset   the  action" of     the  li\er,  overload   the system   with  biles and lu-ii, r  on  biliousness or sick headache. K,-,,,  ihe      Invr    in     health    by   using   ii  Chase'**   Ividney-1 .iver   I'iJJs   and   - o  will   avoid  many   of, the  common   ���; .  of   lit''.'.  .There 'Will   then , be   no    (, ,,  stipntioii,   no  stomach   troubles,     ;   .  danger  of     KiiKiey     and   urinary   bi  1 antceinents. '  Tho    posit 'on   which     I  Kidiicy-I ,iver   I'ills      ho'd  ill"   k'elilUg   t'.iuiilv oni die  ir." yOlu  to-cluy  ii'.-.'. -..'is,,',  woi-iiy;  .ysamy  ki'dheysJ: -  iMcdi.cftKv:  a 'V;  bi,  ���to--j t'iiihab'h-YS ���w.lrich'J Y is  ll.il;"  ���    Useful      j-  tin-I (���a.* i".   01   emergency    *���*��� M*-ti    tie-     bir.  bowels,   ii   is  poison   when   lei't   hi 't he | 11\ e    urin.irv     or    .".veielory     .'\-i,->-  ,  lilooel.anel    gives   i-i'-v   to   manv    dis-'.'.re   d>*i .nigul   then   th.:,     great ,. pi.  'tre.s.sing   symptoms.    The   i:-i-,, of     I)r, ; ;.'-i ip1 ion   of,|>i.   A     W    ��.,"h<'io*i\      1 >��� ,  Chase's  Kidr.ey-Invci   lMlh*.   p: ompt t\ ; pill   a  el,, iv  :=;  i-cets   a   box.    at    .1  'cures   torpid     li\er     and   bihiui.-m s-., 1 do,i !cj ** - or   l-'d.-Y r.i.*-��*n.   I'.ates   &   Co  ���md" because   of   their, combui. d,     ,ic-' To' onto       To' pi'o.e<"t    you     i.g..m*..  Lion,   ensure-, a .thorough   ch',in*.ing   of ��� .mi' at ion:,   the    p.i--i rail      and   sb  Die .system.     ' j luiy of  There i.s  probably   111  one o gan ; -.*:-! : ecopl  sponsible  for  so  manx      il'**    ,s     the   box  ami  Mr.   .A.   W.   Cinisc.   the faii.-o-,  bonl!   author,   'aie;"   on    e\.-i  a.rats:  vo��.j   irae-Jii-Dievao t  i  {��=��� so  use:  Tho liortics of tbc*o Rttngos nro m.irio of,the  ticil qualiiy  rnnsre slo'l,  all  ouifii'    oxposod  pirns nro inter inert with heavy sheet .-i*.l>o-ie>s.  .  '1 boy  havo ciist irJm extensions with white  Enamelliel Reporvnirs, i.ickol p'.nteel (iron Tea  Pot Stands. Mctoileil Towol   Koiis.   Thov  nro  mailo to 1 urn .any kind of coal, can bo chuucod  bin two mi nut s tn I urn 2G inch  wood,    lliirhlj  ^nickoled throughout. ,    *  For   full   purticulnrs   ������end" for   Illustrated  booklet.  NOTK -.-Tlio follow-In;*; prior* for thrse  lilcH frrnilo raii_;iB as illustrated, fully  guarantoed.  No  ft-IS   oxen   IBi21xl-l  In. $50.00  No  9 20   oven   SO.v-llxlt in. $62.r*0  (V. O. 1)., Winnipeg,)  Askjour dealer for them or writs to u��.  The GUBWEY FOUNDRY   Co.,  153 - .155   Lombard   St.,    Winnipeg.  If you wo'ild advertise your trout*  troubles  without  cost   tell   thorn   lo  a  gossip.  It is calculated that during the  year r-nding August 29th there were  411 deaths due to horses in Knghuul  and Wales, whereas the-total num-  be>r of paseenfiors unn railway olVic.-  ials killed by accidents to pnssetmor  trains  on   British railways was tn'r-rht  Koir.c  women  adapt.*    themselpes   to  circumstanced,  a divorce,  and    others   apply   for  , Do people shiver when  Lhcy are cool  in  the   presence  of danger.  t  ���  9  v  9  lY'S IMPERVIOUS  5 *.? fi  Tho   E3e��s-t   E3 ��_a i I cl ii r* gj"   S'-^cpor   IVSescJo..  It Is very much .Btroncor-nnd thicker than n.ny other (tnrred or biithl-  lnfO paper. It Is impervious 10 wind, korps out coid. l.eena b' hr.it. cvr-  ries no smell or odor, absorbs no inoistuio. Imparl 3 110 InM'o or '!.,-,-ir to  ftnvthing with which It comes in contact. It Is ,lamely usid' nut onb. !nr  sheeting houses, but for linii-K cold slorft^e buildings, reft iuer-.ti.rs. dn!r-  les, creaniories.. and all, places v\here U".o -objeci. is to 'keep ,un oven ��.i,a  unl'fcrm   temperatura.   and   at  tho  same  ttina avoidlna: dampness.  ���     VVrlta our Agents, TEES & PERsiSE, VViii!iipc_j, for comp'.cs. *"  The'E. D. EDDY CO"., LtmJtetf,  KULl*  ���>  ���0  <>  a  ct  ���o  ^?-  <r  ���*���  <!��  i.  4>  $��������������������***������������********O��9tt6flB9300***^********<^*��4f*  MOTHERS   RELY  ON  Grny's   Syrup  to   keep   the   children   safe from  CROUP.   It   disolves  the  tl-.ict  (.pt'.tum ������ clears  the  throat ��� breaks up a cold ���and CUIUZS COUGHS.    Keep  rows  alwuys in the house.   A bottle of this fnmotis remedy ts your best  protectionSrj.*1i*,bI lliose sudden night nttncfcs of croup.  Equally good for all throiu and luug troi.Dles ��� for  youug and old.   25 cU. bottle. ,    yy.  An Iiishmnn says that bier hearts  and big pocketbooka seldom travel  hand  in hanel.  It's a  fortunate  thin-r fm   *-oin>  that     their    luih'  honoied  name  'loft.;  Organic Heart Disease  Nervousness and  Indigestion  Relieved in 30 Minutes.  Tbo Wtgt. Kather Lord. Sr . Montreal,  .Canada, says :"l havo been ��� a, sufTerer  for,'2.0' years from organic heart dibuaso,  nervou.sncss and dyspepsia and havo doctored both In FruiiLo and Amci-jca, with  but temporary relief. I .tried Dr. Agnow's  Heart Cure and was Indeed Riirprised at  lho!'immediate relief I obtained. ' I am  firmly convinced that it will euro . any  caso of heart disease and will strengthen  tho nerves and stomach." Sold by all  druggists. r  -i.,;'.ni'KV A I MO CAKI-^Ui.I-V AAA  ��� l't!l.'V,,uhii-h fliKSipaU!' tlK-nisel.V''.''  ston'tich.. innn'ot    bt-    ���.���xpeft'.-'j   ���. o  ��� .liiin-.li ' pn.'.<;I upon t he- iutest i'nes;  .ovc-rcojii!.-. <*ii.sti'.-(-nc-ss the ���ui.-di*'  inini'st'brod.'Yiuu'st i;niuc-iH-t- l.bc-, n"^  t lic-SeV i-aiui JsS ,1 'a ri!'!t"le.'.c's.S Y*-iO'. ''ill.  are so inaiie, under tjieS suiiervi-j  i.-xports, "tliiit the subslnnce Jn lb  tended Xo- oper.ae 'on': the in'���������>!n  rbtarcTi-.ir.S in cin'tiop,. "���until " 1 hr.s'  tbrouirh  .tlio'SstoiiiiiL-h Ylo(,.tbe   ln>v.v  AUK  A   man  begins   io  mil ion , after      ho  bounce  talk  bfVhis  svt.s    the  in 4  More  rub-bcr.  than    I^o,oe^o/)(K)     pounds     of  valued     at  $30,000,oof*,     were  llinard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Kie'.v man who suceeed*-: i.. ktv;.  out   of.iail   i**n'L  f-."oin^   tn   luvacn  ���J'uet  dailv  t\    theiii*..ind  uiifl    no'liily  ybufi.Lr' chihh  .'���st'anel' -Y'iti:  Cincinnati  has  Lite   tallost    concrete  building  in U10  world.    H  has  n/toen   imported   into   the   United   States last j streets uf London  o.ToniK,' Mirum-  s-iories.  ��� year.  tides   for   sale  (,I,i(jU0ione was formerly Icaown ia Canada as fowlcy's I.uniiQed Ozoue.)  For   a   Disease   Germ   that   Liquozone    Can't   Kill*  ,\  OnNevery bottle of Ijquozone "wc publish an offer (jf $r,ooo for a germ that it  cannot kill. .We do that to convince you  that liquid oxygen does kill gertiia.  Any elrug that kills genns is a poison  to yon nnd it cannot'be taken internally,  bicpiozonc alone can''kilt .germs in the  body without killing the tissues/too. It  ia the only way known���the only way  one can conceive of���to destroy the cause  of any germ disease.  Kills WitK Oxygen.  Tviquozone is simply liquid oxygen���no  elriiga, uo alcohol iu it. It ii) the discovery  of l'auli, the great German chemist, who  spent 20 years onit. His object was to  get such an excess of, oxygen in staple  form; into the blood that no germ could  live in any meinhranc or tissue*.  Oxygen is life to nn animal���the Very  source of vitality. It 19 the essential part  of air. Its effects are exhilarating, purifying. It is Natiircs.'a greatest tonic. But  gertn9 are vegetables, and this excess of  oxygen���the very life of an animal���is  deadly to vegetable matter. Lie_uo/.one  charges the blood with such an excess of  oxygen that no germ can live where that  Mood goes. We spend 14 days ia making each bottle.  Wo Paid $100,000  for the American rights to l,iquozonc���  the highest price ever paid for similar  rights ou any s-cientific eliscovciy. Bcfoio  inakiiig the purchase we tested the pre;.-  eluct for years through (physicians iu the  most difficult germ diseases. ��� We proved  that I.iquotonc eloes what nothing else in  the ivorld can accomplish, and that the  results are unvarying.  A tliscovery that coulel .command sncli  a price is something you should know, if  you need it. We are doing our part by  supplying the first bottle free,. Will you  do your part by requesting it?     ,,  <erm  Di  iseasea.  These are the known, germ diseases.  All that medicine can do for these troubles  is to help Nature overcome the germs,  and such results are indirect and uncertain. J.iquozoue kills the germs,  wherever they are,vand the���,results are  inevitable. By destroying the cause of  the trouble, it invariably ends the disease,  anel forever.  Asthmi  Abscess���An��rnil��  Bronchiti*  niood Poi.soa  BriRhl's Discasa  Bowtt Trout)l-a  Coughs��� Coldi  Consumption''  CoUc���Croup  Cn:i"lipotioi)  Jala rh������ Cancer  Ovsi-ulcry���Di��rthe*  Da'-idrufT���Droi>��y  llyspcpaU  nay Fever���Influenza  Kidney Diseases  In eiiippc  T.eucorrhea  I^lverTroubleM  Malwrtn���Netirnlgln  Many lfeart Troubles  rilen���Pneumonia  Pleurisy���Quinsy  Rheumatism  6k.in Diseases  ficrofulH���Syphill*  fitomnch Trouble*  Throat Troubles  ICcretnn���Krysiprlaa Tiibercn1f>��;ti  Pevctrt���Onlf biont* Tumors���L'Icera ^  fioitfe���Ooul Viiiiccjcele  Go'nbrtheH������ Cleet fWomrn'H Di.ienueiJ  All dikenseslhitbeirtn wilh fever���all iin*"'  niatlon���nil chIiirrh���all contsiRiniih-df.iea*c*���M  the results of impute or poi.intied b!b<xl.   , . ,  Jn nervous dfbllity Li.-ubzoiie nets ns �� "'"���  Izcr, accoii-jjlisUltisr \��lu<t juoilrugscuu do.  50c. Dottle Free.  If you need' IJqudzone, and have never  tried \t, please send us this coupon. We  will then mail you an order on your local  druggist for n full-size bottle, and we  will pay your druggist ourselves for it.  This is our free gift, made to convince  you ; to show you what Iviquor.one is, and  what it can do. In justice to yourself,  please accept it to-day, for it places you  under tio obligation whatever.  Liquozonc costs 50c. and $1.  CUT OUT THIS COUPON  fpr this offer mny not nppcnr npnin. ��� ,1'ill out  tlie blfiuks nnd'innil it t 1 the J.iqiild Oioim*  Co., 221-229 Kiuzie St., Chicago.  My disease is .'....   I luive never tried T.lquozonc or rowley's  T.irmifirtl eizone, but if von will supply me a  50c bottle fiec-I will take it.  ���67U  D C.   A  "o'lvi* full ftdilri-iw���wrlto plainly.  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County and -State "aforesai.l, inil th.it snlil firm
iwlllSpay-Ythi* sum  of    ON*IC  HUNDRT3D   DOT.-
LjVRS  Xor 'cach'.nntl  everv  c.ise  of  CA'l'Anp.ll
that   ..r.nnot  be  cured   by   the   u.se  of  1IALT/S
.  :,   '■.'■■.' FR\KIC  J   CHEN'EY.
Sworn   to   before   me   anil   Mi!"-.-r!bf*il  lr,   my
pfcKcnee, this' t'.th clay of Uci. ii*,'." r, A   D  1SS6.
'(Soiiiy        S '■'■: ■.■::."■■-"-.Sy'   W   C!l.i:.\.-*ON,
. •':' ", ■.■■■■.'•, X-it-uv  Public.
Tlali's Ciitarrh C"i"e is tnVen Intel rally, and
■■■ fccts'dlreetly on therlilocJ untl irueoiis am Cac&a
,of the system.    Sen;]  for t-itlnio-.iialH,  tire.
....   F.'j.'.GI'I'BNEY ^ CO., ToleJo, O.
Sold by all drnpeists, 7",.-.
■     Hall's Family -Pills nre the best.
y.N'aUire. is. tin.! t.i.n>i-vo.*-tui*r. of (Joel
that reveals Him to the' who nnd
hides 11 im from -the foolish — Cuilyli?
"Diamond Hall"—Ryrie
Eros.—Toronto, is one of
the largest retail jewslry
stores in the world.
From ill n-.-.R-nif crr.t stock of Diamond-., Jc-ne!.;., SilviTA.-ire. Leathrr     t
OouJi,,   etc,  -.cu   tn.iv   -elect   uill.
[ju^r.iiitecd    *>^liifac:ioa    at   jour
i    *
A request will bring to your>
door—free   of   cost—our
handsomely   illustrated   new
catalogue.     Ready for delivery Nov. 151 h.
The great magnitude cf our
business permits of our selling at money-saving prices.
Wc ictun }our monev in ful! without {"i.sstion .1 on receipt of arliclcii
ordered >ou arc aot perfectly &atiai-
I 10,  120,  122 and 124.
iYon5c SI., Toronto
  [>iui'*{:   ih.'   '.t.i-t    v • • k   ii.-.- .si      i,.
' U."     'A I*.' .it        'll.l.li il.lS    !„.(•,,.,       ,,*,,,*
They   Use   Uodd's   Kidney    Piils   i.feni>  •..-.uod m,  iin-   \.u,. ,m-.u, *-n..-
for tlie Troubles Brought uhu^o w..u-j.. ■,«...., .1  i„.   o„.i,l*.    u,
n ;tlte*.st.-    mar-.i-t-.   ;• ■ •       (fill'   it      <iiiy>j, !
on   by Their   Work. ivimi tl-.- tiMd,.-is -.-.• m  .n.., i.Sic ti   \
^^^^^ I -•.■.• the Ai'iK.'ir  ( ("iip.iii,,   -b-n  >■        1
jit   1-   lilolli;hl    lb.,,1    .\i 11.fine   ,s   b'i\   11.'
They l'roflt by the ISxjxm lenee anil Adrlro     I'lid*   p*    nj.      1:    p.*   b  is..*.    ;!    ,.!(,in-
of   Mr. Luir Hake,   ullJie 1)h1,c    HoiihO,     (ir   «,0i""Jn*)   t,)   bf   -i-j|   m^;     j*i   i.-s   il.t'hn.
SI. Thouiun.-Uodd'a Kidney I'll I-, Cured     lp    tln'Si1   ul<til-(l       iln-ii1   i.i**    'i.-i-ii    a I
!,.ll|\t'    Wl'l'k's    1     ,|lil llll'.     ,1   •     \o'*     .ll'.f
' niie ft in ii1     I--.' i \    (l,r ll i       i cl.iti v .■
St. Thomas, Ont , r>cv.. 14.— fHpc-c-
ial,)—Mr L P.-tkc. the well-known
proprietor   of   tho    Pake   IJoiiso   hero
'"   •"""'"'   ""■    V*thB  JJUU^  jn-!u mm- 1,11.u- ., il,,nm   ri- ..j; u . ... .-'<
and  o.,.. of  the most popular men  in ,,,.,.,.,„,„.,   ,,.„,,   ,,    ,„ „ ,   M<1.    i(
thft   railroad     ct-ntic,   ,.-,    completely ]orti.r     ,     .(iU ,„ (,   ,.. ,   i(lj     .i|<(,
curod   of   i'.^i kache   and   Jsidney   D13- ,,,,.   ,,   ,.,   , ,",.   ,    ,   ,     , ,.   ,   „   ,
curotl   of   i'.^i kaeJjc:   and   Sidney
Cac,c-   of   /11 o   yi-a:.s   ftLaiuhnif    aud     he    . ,   1
1ms nei he'iitu tion  111 Mali'  «  that  the
positions 01 I ii-i'i mlii 1 ,11-I \',
m th ■ ( 'I)ii.,ii;ii ' !., i - 1 1 , |\
Hon.- qu. ti- ,1 1 lu; tm< fl
1 li-t.-Piln-l I ,-U i' V '<i
lo,', I'I* ll> '(lj..'11'l .I'1 i'
Dpi    J)' 1 Cll.lil-I*    ,li l-     ' .      t '.
<)p    II  •      llll
,   ,       ,        .".     ...           '!'* *>u kih 1 ; njiu p'.        •  1
rmv  was     olH-e-t,-d. by  Podd s   K.dm-y    1<|(     ,„.;„,„,„.,    „„„    ,	
c    1   •>• 1 1     on
).,     \,
.    I...   t
, -,    , , ' l-JI l "I  l < "I l l " J" "I ,*,!-. I*.-,!,     » i 1*,      ,I*|
,,. ,c ...,,,. ,- ,   pm inn1   .1*-,   c;i\t>"  i.n   t..iiiiiui>   .uul
!("•,     -Mr    P.u.f S£i\i>,  hpeakinp- of   ' , ,. ,.  .?
,   . ,   , ...        *      1      .K 1 I'-li-l'   Ol     tb'.     '..'1        "   ''I.'     'V   ii1     I     'A   "ii-,,1
Ins  ciiiv,      I   am     p.'imc ly     .sntislied , ,.,     ^,   , , ,
1 - i-i op   m   1 ni-   **M.ii-      hi    I a» ••■nl !■•       ;
 -. -  -      11      t I"   •     -. .  .' I*-      **'!'.'  v,  ii 1,
me    2.S   i
i,„       ,,   1     "   .       iiii       '   '   ,-u     -.1' .".fifaLrc of  ; u,i) k 1' - .i^.iniit
liatu   not   I.i'imi   uoubled   bv   my   Kid- , , , , ,        ,
, ,   .      1    .1 a  e-oni itioti  <i    <,).,   .*.t   l',,.  --..iii,.' dal-"
uejs  s'lnec   I   took  lhem.
. 1    ,     . 1        . 1 , = '■' °P   ni   1 m-   ^
that     tlio     two   or     tlnce   boxes     of -n , ,
,,,,,,.,, ,. ,, , , . ii"  i (Mid: 11.-ii
Dodd s   KieliK-v   J'jIIs  cuiod   me,   as   I
,,,,,, .        , ,   ,       ., rr   .     l.'.M   \i?ai    ^\nil   ..ii   ,-i- •'  li    o:    ; 1 1.1,
l had  boon  tioublcd \sith  my Rid-
'v.O   .ll-li'i*
jicys and pa-ns m  my hark  for    oyer      , tJVl.   ,.,.,,„     s
live   yoais   and   nothing   I   usod   gavre
mo'"any   relief   till   1   took   tho   advice
of  a  frii.nd  and   tried   Dodd's  Kidney
IM!.?.    1 atP. 15.0 all   my fue-nds  to  try
Many of the railroad men have
taken Mr. Pake's advice and aixj us-
inij DorJd'-j Kidney Pills This work
is particularly haiel on the Kidneys
and they find Dodd's Kidney Piils
bt h.g  them  sure  relief. °
1. .   (!; noi ■
I 'ph. o    I ,        -   n      \      ■>       1 Poiuns.    of
li,,'   \i-\>,       S <■   ,*.    foil--        pJ   I      irf. 11 .Jil
s,r.'-l.    5JSf>'"'l    I'i       -rxi'li    \ ■ .1 I -.    OP    .1
ahi'.    "i   Sj y,.i  j   \ui      liow   did he
'hi   it*"'
v Mini,  i'li.i.    i'. 1'i   rii'iM'itn 1.  -
1 O.N'TAUIO. For tho treatment of all
forms of Sl'hliCH DEI''EC IS. Wo traat the
cause, nut simply tho l.abit, ,and therefore
produco unturnl bpeoch.    Write for particulars
o •• 1    opsh-
ei*-   1 ''im   !i"\t      \ .? '1   .-       vli',11
crop, ,i..,iti "-l ,. 11 . ii 1 1 ■■ \ 1 PI oi
.ShO.Oi.... 000 hi,-' , . 11 I I- i'i.'I .: I*;*,
hist    \i>i.f \*      . ."     1    ni'il     j      Ij,        li;>,<
•••ear   tip-   ,-.houiPi_    . ,   ■,     ,,.,    ,.,     (lj,t
-=ifh-jo'l     to' lie      \ , •       ,    ,'    ii     hi 1       ,
ureal   t!etil   di ••. 1*   -   (   .   1   ,    ,,    < • ]t.   m
Mil illli   Ji,f|    ..)    ' i    ,   ,, , ,    ,<!-,..
n.i-aiiimii      m. I. I,    • 1 .    1 .   ,*     ,
1 'i*o as foi n,i  11    1 -   ,     -.,,,      1   \   .,,   .    o
it    I.s   ni   ^Oot|   ii, 11,-, i|    ,
«in t er,   t fp'    ,1,1,      11,      1,, 1.
lliat    in   ,d:.||,   j 1   , i, -
muili   iiiinIii i-   , 1    ,■ 1 '
( onsul-M ed    • 1 'jiii-*i. 1    ,, r
i ions       'J lu- (11..    '   •- ,    ,     1 ,   , , ,
e'l'inti   01   *- n'.-Ns      1   ,.• , ..'
Tbe lni.v. np-nt   o>  \, n. 1 *-       , .
hhovs s   a    1.ni    i.,i 1, .,-      ,   , .   ,,    , 1
'I he    e\pol I-.     i'   o ii i'.     , ,
ine cisp    and   >■ ■-      : •>.    ■ ,      ,
ma:.\    n.'mi h*-   .1 y    -*•, ,
Ut y.T  si* ;;il    1 ni -, i ' ,'  ,   u,
ll"ti    Week   .1    \ ,   ■ ■-     i._|i
- it ll,| 1 II il* s'li, IV  *'     |.   , 1 [
-llll'pt 1\ ••    P.- |1  iPi-'ip.,  1 s   ,. ,      ,
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a *....!i..."   *\..-:d iviH   v...fn   hov '"',<*'1" ""-'i:-'>'"   '"    -
U.tl   .'•!,.   x ..   -ai .ed   1 •)■     A  i..r l'"h,'s   Ul   '■-■■'"i '
 .  an-  (juil   .in.]   -.;,   , •
Stop 'the  'Pain   but   Destroy  '^[^ i,^l';l'\..:
Stomach—This   i.-,   saoiy   100   ofiuu   tit-' " ''
I " '.l 1)     I 1*1) 1 Is I '
case     So   many   nauseous   nostrums   pur- .' .'
In marked Lo.ur^*t w.lli all o-dip.trT I '.*.'  *
n of .ic-*;. this firtn Eti.-iiis aie e in tl is lit J s' |?
f\ na i-istilution cicijcd   in  lho re.->l wo-'u  o' S
p i..-it..f«cturi.ig and .it'.i.g tr>.35ei gi:a-.iat«e.  R1
fg to l-.oUr.iM core Pi-jiti're of ai.v 'ti a.            K
fj Buy 53ix*eci fifn *-•*= I.tal.e-s.    Vf- 3
« rr.r.   cava  yen ZOO per c-ar-.t. £
3 cf \.-!-.at   \oj   -ttMilJ   hixe   to   pty   *: ,-c.*.'t:'  S
« r..|"lnrt- fi;r:ioli*ii     Wr-le forr i-r C f5 ST f,  g
;R Wtt Gu.-.rmtoo   J?«rfect  'fit ft
51 tn-y Mai J.   AJ-reis                                fs
fl .Tho F. E. SARN  CO. |
|f »32 Victoria St.. Toronto |
M (4.      Cn.-ic!,'< I r-idm-  V.i t O-Jsr ITon-i   fc
?" ^^<^-^rr^.r^r^rg^^^^'j3^sscSiS^^AS!^'*i
Poor man! , rle csn't help it.
He gets bilious. He needs a
good liver pill—Ayer's Pills.
They act directly on the liver,
cure biliousness.
.T. C. A-rsr Co.,
I,OWOll, £1(138.
je.'er.l'lemen,—T suhVreel for years
\vilh -brqi'ichiul c-tlauh 1 toiinnoiii ed
ih ■'•} nn.ua ry last... (as an e.\nenmenD
io use MlNJAltli'S 1.1 N"! M I0NT whie-h
L';u-\*e almost, ■instant rriief Ai.d two
��lleiU It*:-,*, made a e.'OP!]i!eti.. eine k id 1
have bael no syniiit om.s of a roluni
■of.'.the 'trouble, since   Mai eh
■(..'ri.tt.oi i.l i\   \iiius.
',' '        M \1.M-,    Pi IINS.
N'ai.kli'i'i'.   I I ill,   (tut      1 >ei      s    'ni
,    ■■■..'.'■.Iv'rY'A^*
. Ab&b'i&r:
we •
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... ..■•..'.•i'Sjiiil';,'!,.
, Y'YS'YSjYSji.
:. bbbbA^
.■    :''.,'■'. .VVi.y,'.':1.
S.lp*---.\iid   soli   I'li-iieve   .ill    Oi l|is   ,iii
• open  to  women   iimi '■
lie—Yes;    lr.it.   -.li,-  .   does,it    tliiie    l<>
go   in   thi- f)r,es  where-tho coivs ■ures'"
Do, you catch cold easily?
Docs the cold hang- on?    Try
^■^O-II*©    The LunS Tonic
It cures tha most stubborn kind
of coughs and  colds.
If it doesn't cure you,
your money will be refunded.
Prices 25c ,  60c. and Sl.OO
Toronto, Can, LeRoy, N,V.       7
Want your moustache or beard)
a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use
^w*-*.*>,w.. ■. — ™i.»..*-w-yJfcI
ylPv A Sl-irtltnfj   lli^toxsry prov-
Xi_i___T_c_sJk i»p •> Ooil *.rml to nipturcd hu.
ff           *t?*Xi in..i UV        .** o   oj-cr.ilioii. pam,
r             *J&A ilu.^ir   and   no   loss   of   tiraa
)BI(S3*,'*%3 Inmwrfc
iy*r MR  WM   MiTKr,R. rmer-
1        M,  \ ,
il'. 1 '
I.i I
'     ' .    M   .
1!   ..-
eg«*uitjle   pepsin   p...... -.-,
Inviiiilfcis   at.   milk.   Ono   alter   t-.iting   pre- ' "   "' \  '   '
\{-nts   any   disoi"\ler   of   the   tliucstive    or-     ' "s   ■'"'   **     (
iru.118,   60  in   a  box,  35  cents—10 ,x      •   a*1*.    1
  Oi    i|,i. iin,l\     .,,,\      1   ,
Of  c-<.'!'-.-      iho-..    Inn linii"!     v. bo '' *w'   •'■   " l -" ''     * * li
nee   '11   ."    his   ',,,,k  i!ii\.i,   01:   |*.*op. ■ ''-'h.ui   t    ,■;.   \.     < t       ,.
■P   . .ro,; , I    , 'A'   '   ,'n' '" '->''   I ••! * *-■*
                          |      Mii'l.i  .isi  »   !•   ,,t   •  is
Gr.tsrrh  as^l  CJoUls   ReHevecf'''!'  L',"I u'," k    ''!'"'   !
?n 10 to 60 RSjnaiss.   o...* K.r p«i    '       ''-v>'   '      ,'  '" ",u",, "    '•        '"   "
„l    th'"   Iii.m.'i   tluousli   tho   l...***.*r     sup     -,|";1^   1 F    Ih.s   uuk     ,-, ,„    „
,.!-..I v.lh euli l.iHUo of IU Auiv*'"-1"" d.-mnnd Hnuv,,' „ , ,»,,, .,llr
( .M11I..I l'.ui'o, tJiii.is,., ti,,, po-.v.lc ''*,,U '■<"•- ""•'*■ 'liei |.. p -, h.i ,. I-i,,
mn    i.e   Mo.nV   co   11.-   i..ib-l    e.i*-si*Rcs  | "J ' ,u  v    <JI"   V)";t"'    ''   ' ■-'''    '.'""- \'
mini.-*, .ml il.-'.^lnml to .1* • It ii-ii..*.-?- ' ,'U' lI,,s" '" ""i-iix**-'* li'l.«\ pi...-
nst.MUlN .u.d |..-i|...in ni') ,,.--Ohi-.it anli ,Uf'"' -**■' und.- .1 \. r-e'*. ,■,»,. ! K .,{.,.,-
liny    |.-\ li,   (oh!--     ti. .1'.alii-     •=!>.<*   thi out
\    il-  I.
.. 1 i<
lon-*ilitis.  ami   iio.il
•-I   .11 e     i lie      W ,nnipo<_
»|->    I/' >"   Fuj. Book and Free
1 ' Trial       Treatment
.rit  In j I Milicrcis.    Wrile n-''-.v.      Strictly tou-
fii'.n -  ■! 1M-*    ,"   S   RICC,
■   . 2 Q.-ccn St. East., Dcpt. iSifi), Toronto, 0*w.
'.l'iio, weirds which   are a!. present on
• vorybody's  lips—"Shut thy. door !"
A   lowly sent   bus at least, one food
point:   i|   ;s  rsually a safe onu.
J .earn   to  spy   nothing" .at.   Hie   right'
Those   uiio   borrfnv.   trouble   should
not object,  to  poyiiitf  for It.
He  i.s an  unfortunate man    who    is
only  elevi.'i-  enough   to  make  enemies.
ti( iin'.ioel,
■ITt«~-I  can   Irnee   my "ancestry  back
through nine srenerfitiotis.' .','■■
She—Wlitil else* enn yon do?
■ Then lie blinked nnd looked tit her nf
If lie wondered wkere he was nnd how
far   he   hr.d   dropped.-'""
\JV. ES£.   "-J.   Wo.  ^sE5.S5
weie   II-   iimi,
\\.*fin"stla>      .ml  'ibn.-.i!1\    _h,. r,. \l,),1
TO   ce*nts.—U <S'1S  'l"11''  XV("*'    ■* "'  1 » !*>"-.   u,    i   ,1mm-
  1'"   11 mi     a    week   ,iii 1       "\'n -.1       ,,,      •_ j-y,
■Ih..      H.--I     medal      m.inl.dti, the | '-"'^ <>'»■««••'  f".   i.n.'i.-.l .,<.■  d. 11-.. v
n.i\%    was   ait,-i-   t lv     d at      ..f ■.'■.■ I1"''   "■•"'■^ hin-r   ,s  „U,,   ,|n,u-  fo,    m.,x
Spanish     \imVia.*. a.nd    was   0\ul ui"k''ut"lv       1>n**'s   >«»'    i'-H'iifi    dpiiv
slmpe      No   l.e-dal    was   issued   bv ihe t'l">    a,L''     N'*     '    l""""'*k"l 11      "A      No
Ihitis'n  noNoinuci-t   fm   the  lutilc *•: ; «">nlioi-n.    71! *-•      *  nm-iherp.   70 y
Tntlaltrar. "'  wheat.  h;;i.   1, ed    51c    n-nl \n
' 1 -•   -l""    uiid   for   Ma-    delm i-\     1   Utti
Tho Governor's  Wife   a   Pri- [^^' l^Zi ' o-o ^^
SOner.-M:.-*. Z. A. V,,QLi.m*i. iyliowife oiy,,MV   |-0,,    Ui,,,iU|,   n|.   ,,     '     Vl,,
tin? i;o\emoi   cif tho couiltj   jail. Napance.
Out ,  und  un*.  11 (.;te.it si-.ITeiur from rheti- .
mmis.ni    Wlu-ii   the   best     dOLtor.i   in    the        WlNNTL'Kf!      JOUlliVf:    IMtlCI-:?
comnmiMly   ninJ    ' specinlists"    failed      to        ';"ht*      follow m .t
help  lift.   4.I1P  biuieil   tier  tcppli.siti   of pro-    i,.',|,n(,    .,,,,
rsi lot it 1 \    loiii.Hlie.s   n nil   ptiicha-ni-x!     Sot:th ., 1 . ii.,,i     ,„ L    1; , „ .       .
1 "... i .,,,.' ll,i'i —■'»s:il > >•' *s   t'-me.u.an   patent
\111e11cnn     llheuunuic     Cuio i    bottles    <- ,   .- , . ,
>_   *-   pep      sat I*, ot   *.,s   j'o'inds,     ollioi
I u 1 .nl.'s  at eoi diuuK
e mt- -.So    ;  v,  nte.   "*!• .   ,n ear Jots
-'*•   to   A)   cents   for     '., d   L-rade**.     ai
ioi.nti\    points   l.itmeis   a'e   ie,el\iiu
fflinarfi's Liniment Cares Colds, etc      ^T'^JZ!^.  ,,.-*-
  |.,..ile\—  Mnltllie    U'.ules.    To    io    t;c
fi ed      3,1   1 O    "*, ll
I'l.i**-•., d--,**-.],    jn. 1    hush, 1   for   f.u.u
1 s'   h-ail*   a t   , • Mint 1 \   |i,ii 1 ; *..
1 U.'ln.os    Si, 01    i'1-nii.,' on     1*  -tioi  ''\ '      N'HI'   -^se   p.*.    le.*hel
.... .iimi,,*! i'..'   1...    ni"   11 i i . .       ui 1.-.-...in       ili\-   It.iled,   .*- ■*,   to   i< j   p. i-   ton
a**,,.    s,i,si..ni!       .m.i-n-t       ii,uc-.n..i-   ill.-*- 1 In 11 ei —(  1 ..ai;iei \       y'.t     pei     ,„,miU
,,'(si4 il.|p\      lie-*t    ill    h. ', I *.      ., .-      ti.b-      Lf,t
~~ ~    a      •—--— s,*i-,iinar,v   n'rinlfs. ' .12   in, i;e.
The  ip'ore ;i in:t!i Voinphiins   the less j     l.'heese—-1,1, Je ' per ,|io'-,.np.l. ,'■
ftt,,er  men   think  of hhn. ' 1     1'oul ti-v—I'liiekens, ducks-■md.pv t-e.'
-Hmard-sXbimeikt Cures Garget.in.Cowa. i ^u^!^ ^'^        '^ ,
..  Phe  largest   iiimiln.'!:-of st oekhohlers | J        Id \ IS ' STi K ''K..
of any'eomiiany   in  the  1'niieel States j      fMt tle--Ihil(..tier:s- cat I le. Yy*   t-..  2j<*''
is   in   the   I'nited     St nt es; Steel   com-| ()er  j „,','..u|  .        Y .,.■•
|)any.   which   is :owneelhyy.000  per- j '   s.ln-op—35   t o   4<:  pep j-oiind.'    lait-b.*-"
KOlisi. j *,<:   pep   puiind.
— '      I h\L;s~-(_'hoiee. 'weii/h Is.,  ^j c per. ih.
, u 1 oil   her —-12
V   hobo'-   nn."   ni   a   iiiehtnipie   is   to
ill e.i m   of  wo-      ec
M,-.|i\  men   woi\   01 ; 1 : 111 e  ti'.iim   to
;p scheie....-   to   ,pn,ii   v o  1.
A Vc«o<aJile.\.
I Among Uieise ■ vegetables eontn'.nlug
j the largest per cent of smr. ii m.'i.v be
j mentioned [101:1 toe:-, .lieau'-, corn, ner.s.
! carrots, boots,, turnips, :•.mi '.pMrsuip.-t;
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There    are    very, few    cleans-1 aa-"g somewhrti on the kidmy*.
in<t opci'itiops   in   which   Sunlight! rire-i i>>*. :ti>«t. s»«.
Soap cannot' be used to advant," Parly poises n small ynnon. ov-
• , ,,       .     , ,    i, .„!..    isting suico 1 ifet), which is urod bv the
age.     It   makes   Uie   home   bngh, ( sun>a rays ^^ ^ ^ ^ Vm^u^
and  clftin. IH ' Uoyal tjurdena, "sveather permitUnt;.
UnshrinKabk' II, B. K. Underwear  '
Made from tbe best sidewbol in tlieEeece—elastic rfl>
bed kr.it—shaped to fii body—absolutely non-sbrinkable
—v/ool treated by H.B.K. exclusive jjrocess to make it
so—every particle or oil, grease,'slivers, etc., removed
by the H.B.K. patent cleaning process—tougb. wear,
light, fleecy, all vool, clean, pure, luxurious underwear, •
aud absolutely nou-sbrinkable,cingliasrze'non-sbLrinkable
Sold by dealers everywbexe.
Only genuine with this brand.
.syt*ku tb
into bronco is tough
from tbe end of bis nose
Co tbe tip of  his faiL
JS^1S>   And the toughest part
y,       muscular hide that
covers  his  back   and hips.
y^M^    From that pi art of his hide
l*®&*"    t3ie'famous "Pinto"  Shell-
Cordovan  leather is made for H.B.K.
mitts and gloves.'   Scorch, boil, windt
rain, cold proof.
Genuine only with
this brand.
Sold hy  enterprising dealers   everywhere.
Write few" &tn-jed,M the funniest bronco story ever written.— FREB
[wispy* Bay', Eimtting
Jr£»l£stff» a" Mr^ss-sa. Wo'cfiiblao for E"7Bf7bod7i
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ror wnnstmas g
can only "be made froin superior flour.
There is no Flour milled that gives
such perfect satisfaction  as"
Vour' Bread will be light, white,
fine flavored, nourishing and delicious, and at less cost than when
made* from an interior brand. Try'
this Flour for your Christmas Baking and you will never use any
IrtiOGiLYiE FlourMills Cdxtd.
Are  you   going home fpr=Ohrletirias  on the
$40.00,   Excursion  V     Why   not   jo    by     way
,   ot St. 1'nul atd Chicasio, using the  Burlington
' Rouie—3t.O mile^ ehiylight ride alone the bank*
9 of ihe Sceirc'- ^Iia5iJsippi Rivor.     lSlecaut Fre«
llechuinj; Chair Oars. -   .   ■
Write the undersigned for nil deuiil -informa-
, tion in arranging for your trip. You will rec«i"»-e
prompt aiteutiou.
Travelling Passenger Agent, Box Nd.   1315,.Winnipeg:, M«B.
F. M. RUQO, iN. \V. P. A., St. Paul, Alum.
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