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The Moyie Leader Jan 9, 1909

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 ^^- **���     *��.��� - -*���  life-   i;-. .>������ ' *  'OUR  WATCH    will  jeive  careful   attention   it'  vith us for repairs.  W, H, WILSON:  TELLER CRANBROOK  I      *fcmm��i ""^"t  V.*e    will     test     YGUS  EYES and guarantee a   fit  or refund your money,  W. K.  WILSON,  OPTICIAN UKaNBHOOK  - "Well; just set up one 'of our '  J * i '     i ;  "Beaver" Coal Stoves,  . ���' y "':' or   '�� ' A ���  ��� ���' ��� ��� f '  Wood  Heaters.  Then you'ean bid defiance to all'the discomforts of,  y, ���,    - cold weather,     '    ��  >#���������,���������������.���,���*���������.���*���������������'������������  ,        ',,''.*.>'    "   '   ''   '''    ���  jgars, Tqbacos,  ' The news of the suicide-of  Arthur W. Sutherland at Dauphin, Man., on December 30th  ca ne as a shock to the people of  | Moyie. -The following account of  the tragedy ' appeared u ia the  Winnipeg Free Pi-*$r&, in. the way  of a dispatch from Dauphin.  A. W. Sutherland, 31 years old,  and a member of the law firm of  Harvey <4 Sutherland here, .'was  found dead in his room with- a  bullet wound through the roof of  the mouth, and which, entered the  brain 'causing' instant death.  The revolver wad found beside the  dead man and from all appearances the case was'one of deliberate suicide., The deceased was a  married man^and came here from  Winnipeg " about  ;Corifectioriery  IARRELL BLOCK  FBUIT.yETC:  ,   ��� --'   ', '���   ; ,     .     i  ',,.*'   ."  '\~N       ,'   '   ���  A  MOYIE  Beale^MwelL  delegates to attend the ' meeting  of the Associated' boards at Trail  on January 27tb'. < Tlie, delegates  elected are/E. O.* Kamm'and  F.J. Smyth, 'with -E. A. s Hill  and Chas. MacKay as alternates.  R. Campbell, president of the  board, by virtue', of hio , ofBce. i-<  also entitle I to' attend as a delegate. Some loCil matters were  also taken up by the board. A  meeting of the board will be  hold  next Friday evening.  Bail on'13th.  , Fire, Life  (nd Office     tit "���'        b ,"*    ���  l>bkook/   ,  y    *   .-  and Accident Insurance.,  ,>���*������ yv't������'/. MOYIE, b, c.  I ' * ^    j        A *t *   j .    * . i   ,  SATISFIED/CUSTOMERS.    Are"'..the , hasp ad-  rtisements." -These'are a few of' the Leaders whieh,make  customers satisfied. ,   y  ," ' - - a     "   -  Red Gate .Coffee ����� V'   '-' <������"-���   -  "Red Gate .Tea.'/, "'   t "'J -\. , y ' ��� *  *���  Ciliary Milling Co's.'Flour^-;/ j.y;.  Brackman"&;Ker's Rolled (Oats..   Id. fu.ll range-of staple and fancy groceries, v  YY-isPill'SJIlstJ; .< REijARDllSQ PRICES  . ;,   <.A -���;,       !/,i,' AA "���',' ^       "*' -'      ���* <A .     --.���-������-    .������.*.'   ;y "  ,1'  ago, The^ motive for the, desjier-  ateact is unknown.  -A. W. Sutherland served'sev-  eral years with, some" of - the best  known law, firms in Winnipeg,  and is very well known there. ,f He  passed his '"flaalj" "examinations  about two years ago." '    ���  *.  ,. A sister of the deceased is' Mrs.  P. W. Clarke, wife of Prof. Clarke  ofYManitoba college, and a-^bro-  ther has a' general store at Selkirk:J y< ���-'-,      "?.""���.    ' '"      . "'  The circumstances ? surrounding  his deaths are   particularly "sad.  He had spent the Christmas  holi-  , .*       e     .      &, i      *   ,*  days at his home in Winnipeg and  ['on,hi3 return'* on Tuesday,",he  showed signs of not being itf the  best of healtlL He told' his part-  ,ner,* Sir. * Harvey, "that he was  afraid he'could, not make a success of,law and* intended' returning, to"jbhe J teaching^ profasBion,  'statiug'that hehad an offer, of" a  * ,   i -* i-   ~    ,,       .  position in BritislrColumbia-. Mr.*  HarveysV .who... evidently" 'had a  high'opinion,of  Mr. '-Sutherland'a  *- *��� .    s .      *.* -    ' *���. *' >  *  abillty,.j atteimptedC'to -"dissuade  him-Yr'frbni'-aVthis1 VBtep.'*!'!?'' tell-  Good music, a ;'c<i"mforta.ble and  tastefully, decorated hall and a  seven months \ 8����d supper .will all be provided  for those who "attend the ninth  annual ball, which will be given  b'y.the local lodge of Odd Fellows  next Wednesday, "evening, January I3fch.' Dancing will begin as  nearly at 9 o'clock sharp, as possible. ?Supper will ibe ^served at  the Cosmopolitan hotel. Everybody invited, -y.  . _ ',-y   '��� ' ���  Mike Walsh came in from Creston yestor'd.iy. _ '  .  The ice on' Moyie lake is ' about  two feet in tliickued'-j.     ,,     '    .  . It is expected the e'ectric lights  will be on next week<  The' Moyie ��� orchestra gave a  very good dance last < at^hi.  MissLillieScau'ze has returned  to Spoka,ntj to resume heV studies.  Dr. fiali, che dentist, is expected o.ick from Ho^mer today.  Thu Muyie school opened Monday'for thespringf terra.     ,  There was' a meeting of ' the '  Mock   Parliament   in   McGregor  hall last night. \  i-     ,, - .   i  P. G. Routh audi wife left-this  week forr Michel, where they' will  take up their" home.  There will be a,,'hospital. meet-  ingin the Union hall 'tomorrow  afternoon ac 4 o'clock. ,' <> ' '  \A. T. Clark' has bee'n quite .ill  for some time at the Batem'an  farm south'of -Moyie. . ���  '.Miss Lulu Crowe has returned  to Wasa, where "she is teaching  school. ��� ,  <r v  A son was born to Mr.,and Mrs.  M. T. Moran / last J Sunday, Jan-  juary,3rd.   ,        , ''','.  Prof. Jas. A. Ferguson is arranging to open a dancing school  in Moyie, * and is meeting with  good success in getting pupils. .  The date for the. meeting of. the /��� Thf DeT officers' "of .Sfc. Eugene  Associated Boards of Tradeyat ,Lofi��e-liL of p- wil1 be installed at  Tm'il ' hasVbeen ideflnately 8et. ^a regular meeting;of'the lodge  The meeting-will convene on Wed-.next Thursday .evening.' '. . ' (  hesdayt'Jaiiua'ry 27i,h.^ , -    .   ,^   .      Services.'in ���'   the'.   Methodist  ���'church, Sunday "at 11  a.   m.  and  .7:30 p. mi    Evening subject, "Var^  ieciesof Conversion."  ,.   , When -wanting a choice box,of winter  ���Apples give us a call.     We have,,  Baldwins,    ?^ortbern Spies,;  ciil* r/New  York Wines at $2.25 pDr box.  Greenings.'.Manns, Starks,   Golden Rus-  u, .sets, Ben Daths, etc at $a*OO.v     . .  A11 NTo. l_JMilsh-_0.oJumbia  Will Save Eye:  Wordcomes^from Spokane that  James Boyle; who was blasted at  the St: Eugene last week, is vgetting along * very^. well, and the  doctors .will be able "to, save "the  sight of onsjeye!)', The" other oye  has been remo'vaij ' * ']���   ���  grown  apple, and every bo^ gu'aranteecL  MacEachern & Macdonald  yMM  k <*m  Masonic' Lodges.���     .1 ,'.     metal-' marke*  yk}  Associated1*, Boards,  of.'  , ill!, it.  V  ���y  '���ingihim that' he^had^bettor; give -8i99ai^&��S&&i��M����W��gk  th * law a'little  longer^ trial;, and  (fl '.       *1       <����� '-"     "��   s**l*.t,J,    ?    ,   ,J>.      ,  -  S        GENERAL: FLOAT     w  <��Y ^'Ay"yAb-^X\AAAi^ *!-l��_ welcome.^ ,^  (4  Begin the New Year with good resolutions, .  .     and order your groceries ��� from  1 f * <  Moyie Co-0perativ8:Asspeiatiori, Ltd  ' Union men stand up   for your  principle,    fr .*  and buy union*goods from  a  i '   ���/���     Union   store* ���,       y  UNIO'N MEK. . * UNION -��OQDS.  . xS�� rftjtfjLrC/ xfa_rfrj��iLrfr.i*rj*r-i^r.Vifej^ijcJr.rfr j*zjC/_^rjiijrftjAc.a2z'j*i,  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  '!��� Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  fbr the.Traveling Public.  La,rge and CoB3modiou8 Sample^Eooms.  Billiard Booms,  McTA^ISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  -��   -,   *   i  TUB   .VEW    YEAR  IS  THE - TIME  FOR  -Good Besolutions .;  M tke the f jllowing Rood ones for 1909 and you   will not regret.  That E. A. Hill carries the best underwear.    ($ banfields.)  The iijst Shoes.    (S laters.)  Th* Beet Clothing.(20 Century.)  That it is a "pleasure not a habit" to wear these brands  THE    FURNISHER.  ImperiaS Bank tf Ganada,  Capital  Authorized���.���^���--���"$10,009,000.  Capital Paid JlJp���--^..���.���-������5,000,00,9  . -������5.000.000  ;,.��� Savings bank department.,  Interest allowed oia deposits at current rate from  date  ORANBK'OOK BRAHOK.   .  t ha then would be in a better' posi-  1 * .    ^j.   ... 1-   r  'tion to decide:*    v1    -���*���-������  This tho deceased decided to do,  but vby VWedne3day noon ag;vin  changed his mind and owired' to  British Columbia stating' that if  the position was still open he  ;,.would accept^it. He attended to  his duties on.Wednesday as usual  and that was,the last seen of him  alive.  Mr. Sutherland was a steady  resident of Moyie for over four  yeais, and was principal of the  public school. While here ifc was  his ambition to become a lawyer,  aud ifc now appears that his wish  I was gratified. He made good use  of his time, and alway3 worked  through his school vacations.  One summer he washed dishes at  the sawmill and another summer  he was time keeper for a section  gang on the G. P. R. He had both  warm friends and bitter enemies  in Moyie,' and more than ��� one  effort to have him removed from  his position proved fu*He. However, his ability as a teache? has  never questioned. He had a nervous disposition, and would worry  for days over some slight trouble.  lb was probably in one of those  fits of temporary despondency  that he decided to take his  life.  ,'yNorris- &  YR.owe'3  gone into bankruptcy.  circus ''has  "'-���There ar^  Spokane.   ,  many ''idle- men  The Hindui Jfill establish, a col-1  North Vancouver.  A Masonic lodge was ,instituted  at Creston Tfaur.-sd'iy night. Edward Eiwell of Cranbrook was  the" instituting officers and ,, was  assisted' by Past Grand Master  J. H. ��� Schofield of Trail.' The  lodge is under dispensation:  There was a big banquet at the  Creston hotel.' Those who attended from Moyie were G. T. Mc-  Gregor,rHanry Sa.it, 0. E. .Joslyu.  P. H. W. Thomas and John ' Rob-  ertson.  ... ,       , * .  1  Selkirk Lodge, under  dispensation,' will be instituted   at  Moyie  next Friday night, January   15th.  ^Invitations ha\re oeen sent' out to ���  Strangers "the lodges at Craubrook;   Perjiie, I  C/e3tori,.Nelson, .Ymir, ..Trail and  ' Will those -desirous of receiving ^ "*u**"' v'n" iodSe in M��yia so  . iu^rucfc:on"ia,"thd elements ' df * fa ^as ,imply been a lodge of in.  '-��� bookkeeping, arithmetic,F g.au. s nutiiu, and under the jurisdic-  in 'mar 'ana" co^pbsitibn   lacervie* .'*Ion of the Cranbrook, lodge.  A. L. Mclntyre  and , obtain   p^r- f  ticulars? , s. ' ' *  New-York���Bar silver, 511 ctp���"  Lea'd, $4.75. Copper, 14 { cts,  London-���Lead, ��rs, 3s,- 0 l.   -  I.. D. 6: F. Installation.  ony, in  S-tm Speers is now a justice  of  the peace at Creston.  The cigar factory at-Helowna  employs 22 hands and makes G,000  cigars daily.  Cold Weather.  Dr. Higgins states that tlie new  hospital at Hosmer will be  ready  of the district  for use by the 20th of January.'  The whole country has experienced the coldest weather in  years. For several days the  thermometer varied from 16 to 36  degress below zero in Moyie, and  it was much colder in other parts  The' cold  weather  "Views of tbe" Yokon.  Payday Monday.  ���As the 10 th of the month falls  on Sunday, Monday will be payday at the St. Eugene this month.  The amount to be paid out is  $43,000. _^   Provincial Legislature.  The Provincial, legislature at  Victoria will ccyavaqe pn Friday,  January 22nd.  Stock Quotations.  YFunxilHKD BY BEALE &   ELWELL.  ha3 played havoc with  the' train  service, and all trains have  been  DuncanRosS,ex-M.P.,   13 leav-i80veral *hourg   ,atet      Boatg     QQ  ing Greenwood and will   move  to Kootenay lake now conhact   with  trains at Proctor, and the   Slocan  lake service is now in vogue.  Rev Robert Hughes, who has  spent someyears in Divson city,  will show over seventy lime-light  1 views of Dawson and the Yukon  in the Methodist church Tuesday  evening, Jan. 12d1i. The .views  will be described while briDg  presented, and will be further illustrated by songs~by Mr. W. H.  Arscotc. Admission, Adults, 25  cts.    Children loots -n-two fjr 25.  List Tuesday evening the  nw-  ly     elected    officers   of - "Wildey  ���  Lodge I.' O.^'O F- w.3i*e installed by  A. G. Monkhous'e. district   depiity,   '  grand   master,   assisted, by   pa-��t  ,  grands W. B. Laird  and    H.   Ja  Lowes.     Following is " a *I"st of '  those installed: - , '" *   ,  t   C. J. White���noble grand,  Louis .Collin���vice ,gr,\ud,    <   . ,'   *  ' "F. J. Smyth���secretary,.   ' ,1  N. W. Bnrdett���treasurer "  Appointad    officers���Fred Tsiie,  "warden; James R. berfcs, ^chaplain";.,  Alo'nz)'   Beuning,    coi ductor; <R.  Sunday,   O., G.;v S"orin��n   Smith,.  1. G.; P. J. McAlpine, R. S.   N.. G ,���''  Feed Atkinson, L. S. \N\ G ; 'John  McAffee, R. S. V. G.; Fied D.jwner, '  L S. V.G ; Feed Bat-Jeer, R. S.   S ;'  Gunfcer P. Jostad, >L. S. S.     >, -  i.i ^C'hit  !>-, ,i!ai41  ���-"I" %���*!  ��t  y>%  . ':t-if  the coast and go into business.  Ifc is authoratively announced  that Mrs. Maybrick is engaged to  marry a Chicago business man.  . Mayor P. R., McDonald of Rossland is seeking re-election. John  Martin is in the field against him.  The C. P. R. will build barges  for the fruit; traffic on the Okanogan and Kootenay lakes this  coming y6ar.      The old Liberty Bell of; revolutionary days is to be brought  from' Philadelphia and exhibited  at the Seattle fair.  Presbyterian 'Church.  The Dominion government will  have a creditable exhibit of ores  at the Alaska-Yukon exhibition  at Seattle this year.  of  j     ������- .'j/r.. ?^ .P.MKHA:^,  '**'i,i...%--*��^v^w-^-��^a.^^j>;j_<j,,;*-,-,.-'..y.-��� ���-.i- '-���,'*<���>���-...-;."* ������".- ���-���:,-������  bU,\2QA'  Anrora  Con��jl!c.ftt!Kl Sn\Citcr��  Cn.11. OoWfleWs  Crenbrnc!; Firft BrJck  North aii'.i-'���  tiu.iv-i:i"  Bid        iAskttd  .;-: ��� ���    , 25  FC00 ������ .    IC5.W  .03 OS  !.10  7 K  L. A. Campbell, W. S. Rugh and  J. S. C. Eraser will be the delegates from Rossland to the meeting of the Associated Biiards of  Trade.''   . '. ���':''"', ������"    ''"���'���  Greenwood Ledge^-r3, Moore B.  A,, has accepted the appointment  of teacher *t Nakusp. Mr. and  Mrs. Moore leffc Sat\jcday for their  new hoxae,.        ��� .������������"        ' J---.,  Harry Lauder is the highest  salaried vaudeville performer in  the world, His rise to fame has  b>"*on rvccompliahed by the hardest  kind of work,, and he'usually  opoiids a year or . two on a song  h;f nro he "fives' Jt to t,lm  j^-ihiic."    Wbcn a   boy, bo 'ivorkhd  Service on Sunday evening at  7:30. Subject, "The Cross and the  LivingChrist." Mr. Thos. Climie  will sing. All are cordially invited to attend.  A meeting,of the congregation  will b:< held iu the I'hnrch Monday lllilUt, JriJU'.LV Uiii, >.'��� S  p. ui. Cu uouaidor tlio cai;it*4j.4^ _a  ordained miuistcr iu 0 10 sp.iug.  Annual Meeting-.  Moving-   Pictures,  The annual meeting of the  shareholders of the Moyie Co-Operative store will be held in the  Union hall on the evening of Mon  W H Spe*r, of Ontario, will  give a,moving pictu-e sho-v at  Morley ' hall tonight, and  also     Monday. T .-night     th.-j  Thaw-White tragedy will be put  on, and Monday ngho fie  people will be given au opportunity of witnessing thd famous  Passion Pl*y. The Moyie orchestra will be in attendance on 3/ m-  day night. - y '  LOST���Lady's   fur   at    M -rley  hall Tuesday   night.    Finder' \y.ll  day, January ISth, at 7:30 o'clock. I please leave same ac this office.  At the Aurora.  The whistle at the Aurora mine  on the we**r, **ide <>f Moyi.* Ink^ i*--  now heaid regulary eaoii U*.y.  The compressor ia working very  satisfactorily. Generally speaking everything looks very promising for thi** property.  CREHM  Conservative M^tiriir.  The annual meeting of the  British Columbia Conservative association will be ield in; Victoria  on January 23 rd. P. F.lJohmtou  wiU represent the Moyie association at the meeting.  The Conrad Building.  ��� Ths frariis for the now   i.'on.rnd  ^u:'ldin'tj if* ���up, but on wsyA-zt   ;n  ���I,-. ,��v(-.*>'.*..i'v C-.i-Al -i'r'y.t'i-A-r  A-.-n,.\:  A A - ,:c-;-V'   iAd    {1?1    :        tor    .���*.  ���*U-d&7��-'       .   '    ��� ��� ������....  Perfectly pure, unquestionably wholesome. A pure food factor ante-dating  all pure food laws. Indispensable for  raising finest cake, biscuit and pastry.  No Atom.   No Lime Phosphates  Be on guard against alum in your food. Prof.  Johnson of Yale College says he "regards th<?  introduction of alum into baking powders af  most dangerous to health."  ��� R��ad-'the iabel.   Bray only wherry  .XA'-i      1 I by,'  is l  THE  LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH     COLUMBIA^     ,   _  . ���__    i  '.*.*���;. 'f ;    -  S\-'A A,,,  v-��fc:"  I"' .,  ','yi *    '^ . "    * r '"  �����   i I    ' *-*'.���"*- '-���-  *," *  ,-' *et"A'   ' -.  , ,    *��� ���      ft     i ���    ;  ->',.<> ,7, i- i  i o t j ** y* "-i ,j i *w"* >* ?  ' *.?.,. l        'r   d        . I  .i,. i  t'. ���* ���"', , ��� -*��� - *- *-,-.- '  '"V^'V>.'$^"'  I,, 6.    -��   , *H .v, V    .    -,  ;*?���*���" i. iV'V-P "���  .4*L-Hi'^-��:.y  'ft'III f f��' ,V?;. ..  :   ���" M, "V-S'J i* ���' -'--'  "'',>,>��,? ,flP->!>'"}'. '  The Spoilers.  By   REX E. BEACH.'  Copyright.   1S06,   by   Rex   EX   Bench.  mum  '[Ki&iyjAr.&iX. If'  by"*'  :pi��tt ra A*-**  '���4 *3&&^  4*  ?-'.?  &<>,?  '!��A"j  &', ���}  j',nr 5  HMj  &, *jcj*< 4  Y-?~*- **f i.Vr  -,VrL  *.�� fr?i'.'*1. i'  M&ur.'.di.-iiir.i.J'  '\*g.*A*sS'i',ri '.  (Continued)    ,  He snatched liis hat uud rau out of  the- room, followed hy, the others.' That  the loose jointed Slapjack did Ills work  with expedition was evidenced by the  , '   fact,that (he gwodes were close upon  tlieir heels as the two entered the bank.  Others ������ had   followed,   sensing   something  unusuul.   and   the space "within  '   the doors  filled   rapidly.     At the dis-  'tiirbanco ,1he   clerks   suspended   their  v.-'ork. the barred doors of the safe deposit vault clanged to, and the'cashier  'laid hand upon the navy Colt's at his  elbow.   "What's "the matter?'' he"cried.  '������We   want   Alec   McNamara,"   said  .-Glenister. ��� ,  The manager'of the bank appeared,  nnd Glenister   spoke  to  hiui   through  the heavy wlre^netting.  *'Is McNamara in there?" .  No one had  over^knowii  Morehouse  to lie.    "Yes, s-ir."    lie spoke hesitatingly, in a voice full of the slow music  1    of Virginia.   "lie is In here.    What of  '    It?", ,'    ' '  ,    "Wo hear he's trying to move that  1   dust of ours, and we won't stand'for  It.   Tell him'to come out and not hide  In there 1 ke a dog." y  At these words the politician appeared beside the southerner, aud tho two  '   conversed softly an instant, while the  "Impatience ��� of   the ��� crowd ' grow*   to  anger.    Some one cried;  "Lfct's goin nnd diiig'hlin out," and  "��� the runU��|e at  this was uot pleasant.  Morehouse raised his hand.   . '     '  ��� "Gentlemen,' Mr. MeNairiara says he  doesii't Intend 'to take,any of the gold  ��� away."    ' .     , ,'     -'     - -   '  '   "Then he's taUen it already." f<  "No. he: hasn't.V ,  :. ", The ' receiver's    cjon^se    had    been  ' quickly chosen at the interruption.    It  ���" ,was not w;ise io auger these men too  'much.    Although   he, had, planned  to  get the, money into his on'ii possession,  he now' thought it best'tu leave it here  for the present'    I7e could come'back  nt any time when they were off guard  ���nnd get-it.    P.eyond the door against  which he stood "lay .$.',00,000���weighed.  Backed, sealed and ready to move out  ;of the custody,of this Virginian whose'  ' leonfidence he had 'tried so fruitlessly  to gain.' t  ' i  As McNamara looked Into the angry  ' byes of the lean fficed men beyond the  grating   he   felt   that   the   game   was  prowing close, and his blood tingled at  the thought.   .lie had'not planned on.a  < t-esistance so strong and swift, but he  would  meet  it., , lie  knew  that  they  hungered  for, his destruction and that  Gleidster  was  tteir  leader.    lie saw  further   that   the   man's   hatred   now  fetared at him openly for the first time,  lie  knew  that back of it was. something   more   th'au   love   for * the'--dull  metal; over ,^-hich they wrangled, and .  ..then a thought came.to'hhn.  -   "Some of your work. eh. Glenister?'"  It* mocked.  t"\Ver<ryou afraid to couo  fclone,, or '"did  you -Nyait'till  you  saw  -, toe^witt* a lady?"  Es -*.V.,A'*** **     ?*- -  ii,.'w^rv"-vv".>'/  ������ - .*_ *llJ��.,-*, 1  it, iii-j'fi!  ti~x��\V*'il '-  rttfrmK-rti-i  ^*lv#^a  At the same instant he opened a doot  ,   lic'u'nd' him.  re\-ealmg  Helen  Chester.  ,  "You'd better uot walk vout with  me,  Msa Chester.    This  man  mig-lit���well,  you're safer here,  you   know.     You'll  pardon me for leaving you.1'   lie hoped  . he could incite the young man to some  rush  act or word  in ��� the presence of  the girl ,und counted on  the conspicuous heroism  of his own  position,  facing the, mob single h^uded, one against  fifty.  ''Come out," bald his enemy  hoarse-  ��� ly, upon whom the insult and the sight  of the girl  iu the -receiver1 s company  ' had acted powerfully.  .    "Of course I'll come ont. but I don't  want this young lady to suffer any violence  from your friends," said McN'a-,  mara.    "I  am  not armed, but I  have  the   right to   leave   here  unmolested���  the   right   of   an    American   citizen."  With   that  he  raised   his arms  albove  his head.    "Out of my way!" he cried:*  Morehouse  opened   the gate?- and  McNamara strode through the mob.  It fs a peculiar thing that, although  under fury of passion, n man may fire  even   upou'the back  of a  defenseless  to trifle.   That gold "belongs to us, and  we want it." >  Morehouse   looked   carefully   at   the  papers.  "I can't help you," he said. "These  documents are not directed to me.  They're issued to'Mr. McNamara and  Jn'Jge Stillman. u 'the circuit court of'  1 appeals commands rue to deliver It to  ! you, I'd do-lt, but otherwise I'll have to  keep this dust here till it's drawn out  b"y order of the court that gave' it to  me. That's the way it was put in here,  and thaVs the way lt'U be taken out."  "We want it now." <  "Well,  I can't let my sympathies influence mo."  "Then we'll take it, out anyway."  cried Glenister. "We've had the worst  of it everywhere else, and -we're sick of  it. Come on. men!"  ' "Stand back, all of you!" cried  Morehouse. "Don't lay a hand on that  gate.    Boyst ,pick your men."   '  llencalled "this last to-his clerks, at  tlie same instant whipping from behind  tlie counter a carbine, which he cocked;.  The assayer brought'into'view a shotgun, while -the cashier and clerks  armed themselves. It was evident that  the deposits of the Alaska bank were  abundantly safeguarded. "    , '  "I don't aim to have any trouble with  ybu-all," continued the southerner,  "but-that money stays here till it's  drawn oujt right"  The crowd paused at this show of  resistance, but 'Glenister railed nt  them:  "Come on! Cpme on! "What's the  matter with you?" And from the light  in his,eye it wus evident that he would  not be bulked* , ,  '  Helen   felt that a  crisis  was come  and braced" herself.    These men were,  in   deadly   earnest���the' white   haired  banker,   his   pale   helpers   and, those  grim, quiet ones outside.   There stood  brawny,   sun 'browned t men   with  set-  jaws aud frowning faces and yellow  haired   Scandinavians   in   whose  blue  eyes'danced tlie flame of buttle.   These-  had been baflled at every turn, goaded  by, repeated  failure,. and ( now  stood  shoulder  to  shoulder i in. their  resistance to a cruel law.  "Suddenly ,Helen  heard a*.command from the street and  the quick' tramp of men,  while' over  the heads before her she saw 'the glint  of rifle barrels.   A file'o,f,sordiej_s with  fixed bayonets thrust themselves roughly through the crowd at the entrance.'  "Clear the room!",_ commanded 'the  officer. (1" ���       -    Y   t    -     , ^ ,  "What does this mean?" shouted  When ton.        ,*���'   ��� .  ..  , "It means that Judge Stillman 'has  called upon the military to guatd this  gold, > that's 1(11. Come, now, move  'quick!" The men hesiiated,. then'sul-  .enlv ol.eved  for resistance to the blu*  of Uncle Sam comes only at the 'cost'  of 'much considoratiXL '      ,  "They're''robbing us with,-our own  soldiers,", said Wh'eatou ,when they  were outside. ,  "Aye," said Glenister darkly. "We  have tried the law, butLthey're forcing  us back to, first principles. There's going to be muriler here."'  hoars." ,  "I tell you they'll search the Santa  Maria from stem to stern," protested  the lawyer, but Dextry had gone.  "Better do as he says. His schemes  are go->d ones." locommended Glenister, and accordingly the lawyer made  preparation.  In the meantime the old prospector  had begun iy: the end of Front street  to make a systematic search of the  gambling houses. Although it was  very late, they wore running noisily,  and at last he-found the inau he wanted playing black jack, the smell of tar  in his clothes, the lilt of the sea in his  bobHerous laughter. Dextry drew him  aside.  "Mae, .there's only two things about  you that's any gobd���your silence and,''  yorr seamanship.   Otherwise, you're a  disreppitable, drunken insect."  The sailor grinned. ',   ,  "What,, is st=?;ou want now? If it's  concerning, money or business or the  crowed up side of .life, run along aiid  don't disturb the carousals of a saiJor-  man. lf it's a fight, lenirne get my  hat" _ ,      '    ',  "levantyou to wake up your fireman  and "have,steam on th'e tug in au hour,  then wait'for, me, below the bridge.  You're chartered for twenty-four hours,  and, remember, not a word."  ''I'm ou! Compared to me the'spiuks  of Esryp' is as talkative as a phonograph." ' '"   , ,  The old man turned his stops to the  Northern theater. The performance*,  was still iu progress, "nnd .he located  the man ,he was hunting without dif-  Acuity.   ',, , a    ' '  ' Ascending the stairs, be knocked at  the door of one of the boxes and called  for Captain Stephens.,    r       ���     ''  "I'm glad I found you, cap," said he.  "It saved ine a trip out to your ship  in the uaik." y  '   "What's tlie'matter?"  THE TORTURES  *     WOMEN SUFFER  Can be Relieved by Keeping the  Blood Supply Rich With Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.  A woman need-; a Mood builiiing  medicine regulaily J"*'* ber mire she  is u ivowin. Fiom iiiaiiuily to middle  life, tlie health ami liappme-i-, ot  eveiy woman depen-l** upon l'e*  blood, its'iiclma-t.- nnd -���"* ie{!n.arity.  If her blood is po..i and watery she  is weak, languid, p*'k' "������<��� neivouSj. It  her blood, supply,)- isregular *.iie suffers fiom headaches, backac-he*-,, side-  aclies'and the, <��thei unspeakably: distress which only women kno\r: Some  women have giown to expeet tins  suffering at regular intervals arid to  bear it in hopole**-* failenc^. Hut women would-esenpw much of tin's mis-  erv if they took a box or two of Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills to help them  over each critibul peiiod. Thes^ Pills  'actually make new blood. They help  a. woman'ju'at' when n.ifme makes  Ihe greatest demand upon her blood  supply They have done this for thousands of women throne-bout Canada,  why not for you*  Mrs. Joseph Kinney, GilbeiC*. Cove,  N.S.,   says :���'^For   ten  yours J, suffered from neivoiiMH*.--* and ��� thosje  troubles that make the lives of so  many women one ot almost constant  misery. At' time.*- 1 would be con.ined  toMny'"beci for weeks..*. I spent sleepless nights and seemed' to lose aU  courage. T tried ��� several doctors but  [they failed to give mc any relief.  The .last doctor I'consulted told me  frank'ly Ihat lie tcould not undertake  my case unless 1 wy,uld undergo an  examination. Tt was. then I decided  to give Dr. Williams' Pink, Pills a  trial-.- After taking six >, bov-fe'J .was  much improved in health, but, J continued'to take the PiUs ior a couple,  of months more when T felt like & new  Der\tiV" drew him, to an isolated cor- - woman, nnd was enjoying.sucl*, Ijeultji  nor. '"'.Me an' uiy partner want to^send as I had,pot expeiienced' for ten years  a man to the States with'you."      -    .     before. *I have had no return of, this  \'?Xd'-L''>,1,<iF''<  'byy'y-s^  ;Fy,..!,*sJ,1-..*.'  %:&yj  y.y*-  yafir!<  ���:v -A".  , CHAPTER XII. '  LEN.ISTER ,had .said-that the  , judge would'not dare to disobey tho mandates of the circuit court of, appeals, but he  was wrong. Application was made for  orders directing the ,onforcement of  the writs, steps which would .have restored possession, of the Midas to its  J owners as -"well as possession ,of the  I treasure in bank, but Stillman refused  to grant them.  Wheaton called a meeting of the  Swedes and their attorneys, advising a'  junction of "forces. Dextry,cwho had  returned from the mountains, was  present. When they had finished their  discussion, he said:  ,"It seems like 1 can always fight better when I know what the other feller's game is. I'm goiug to spy on  that outfit."  "We've had detectives at work for  weeks," said the lawyer for the Scandinavians, "but they can't find out  anything we don't know already."  Dextry said no more, but that night  found him busied in the building adjoining the one wherein McNamara had  his oflice. . He had rented a back room  on the top floor, and with the help of  his partner sawed through the ceiling  into the loft and found his way thence  to the roof through a hatchway. Fortunately, there was but little space between the two buildings, and furthermore each boasted tlie square fronts  common in. mining camps, which projected high enough to prevent observation from across the way. Thus he  was enabled, without discovery, to gaiu  tho roof adjoining' and to cut through  into the' loft.    He crept cautiously  In  "���AJl.rlK.it."     , ,'    ,  "Weli���er���here's the point" hesltat-'  ed the.miner, who rebelled.at asking  favors.,   "lie's our law'hharp,. an" the  * * i  'Mc.Vamara outfit is  trjln'  to put'the  stfel on hlin."    ' ,      i  Ait "*  "I don't understand.",,      '       "  "Why.  they've swore out a warrant  an' aim to guard;tho shore'tomorrow.'  We want "you to"��� �� '  __  "Mr. Dextry, I'm not loo'ciug for tfou^T  ble. '-1 get enough in my own business." b , '*'���,' ��� ' '  , "But spe here." ' argued the" other,  ������'we've got .to send hitn. so he can make  a powwow to the' big legal '.smoke in  "Frisco. We've been cojd, decked" with  a bum' judgey They've i_ot us into a  corner an'over .the. ropes.'i;*       "*'.  'Tin sorry* I can't,help you. Dextry.  but 1 got mixed .up iu One of, your  scrapes and that's plenty,"    ,        '  "This ain't no stowaway."'-There's no  danger .to you." bega'n Dextry, but the  trouble since, but T have med the  Pills once since that time for the after  effects of 'la grippe and the" result  was'all I hoped for. .These are plain  facts from'my own experience, and I  have "always ,felt, that I cannot too  strongly recommend 'Dr. Williams'  Pink' 'Pills'to the'many women who  suffer as I ,did."     ' ,   A  '���You dan get'.these'Pills from any  dealer'in'medicine-or'by mail at 50  'cent's a box.'of six. boxes' .forV$2 zQ  from'The Dr." Williams'. Medicine Co.,1  Brockville,  Ont.  THE  BRAINY  SNOB.  Women In the Front Rank In'Thii  Character.  "A good ladv who goes to the art  class." savs Samuel McChord Crothera  in the Atlantic Monthly, "is able to  talk of Botticelli Cut she has uo right  to look down upon her husband as an  inferior creature because he supposes  that Bbttkelll Is one of a certain kind  nf pickles. He may have some things  which she, has not. aud they may be  fullv us Important.*', >  True enough, they may be fully as  Important, but It would be hard to get  our liulv who goes to the art class to  realUe this fact. This Is because of  no conscious perversity on her part,  but rather because her judgments are  Irretrievably based on a certain little  round of standards of her own making.  When she meets a person for tbe  first time she performs much the  same operation that a incn*liant does  when he checks off a TalU of,goods.  She.looks him over and decides whether he tallies up with the Items on the  bill of her perfectly, satisfactory and  sufficiently cultured .person.'and It,he  does (ill well and good. If not.' if he  pronounces bas-relief, with au "s", or  thinks that Puccini Is the name of a  new* cheese���scratch goes the pencil,  and the newcomer is marked "hopeless." Hopeless"'he may be as fur'as  grand opera and mural decorations are  concerned. .,       \ ,  In, so doing'she .merely belrays her  Igiio'ranee of the value and importance of the .other .fellow's knowledge, and youCha'y rest assured that  In some particular branch of knowledge your Ignorant' doll |s, as, proficient as she Is in "the things she���by  her own verdict has pronounced all important      ' i ,  ���i    ��� ;��� . s  V   TABLE  DECORATIONS.    '  officer Interrupted him:.,  "There's no need of arguing.  do if   y 'n   - ' ���  ,"Oh,  you   won't,-eh?"  said -  .*.  I won't  the,' old  man.r beginning . to   lose   his > temper.  "Well, you listen to me for n  minute.  Everybody in camp knows that me an'  the kid is on the square an' that we're-  gettin'-the bunk'passed  to  us.    Now,  this lawyer party must get  a"\yay  tonight' or these grafters will   bitch  the  horses to him on some phony charge so1  he'ean't get to the upper court   It'll be  him  to the bird cage for ninety days  Tie's goin'  to  the Stares,  though,   an'  he's goin'���-in���your���wagon!    I'm talk-,  in' to .vou���man  to man.    If you don't  take him. I'll go to the health inspector  ��� he's a frje.id of mine���an'  I'll put a  crimp  in  you an' your steamboat '   1  ���lon't want to do that���it ain't my reg-  "lar graft  by  no   means���liut'this  bet  goes   through  'tis   she   lays.     I  'never  .belched np a secret before.   No, sir.    I  im,the human hnntin' cas*e watch, an'  I won't open my face'unless you press  me. but if I should, you'll see that it's  time for you to hunt a new job.   Now,  here's my scheme." He outlined his directions to the sailor, who had' fallen  silent during the  warning. __ When  he  had done, Stephens said:  "I never had a man talk to me like  that before, sir���never. *" You've taken  advantage of mc. and under the circumstances I can't iefu.se. I'll do this'  thing not because of your threat, but  because ��� I heard about your trouble  over the Midas and because I can't  help admiring your blamed insolence."  Tie went back into his stall.  Dextry returned to Wheaton's office  As he neared it he pasreil a lounging  figure in an adjacent doorway.  "Tbe place Is watched." he announc  ���d as he entered. "Have you got n  bark door? Good! I.eav your liglr  hurnJnz aad  we'll go out that way."  Gladys (eloping with Harold���- in  aeroplane)���Darling, who is-that man  who seems to be'following us?.  Harold (paleL but ,cahn)���Some - fly  cop in the ..employ pf your father.���-  Chicago 'Tribune. ���*��� ,  A' Medical Need Supplied.��� WJien  a medicine is found that not only  acts upon, the stomach, but is so  composed that certain ,ingrcdieats"of  if,.pass unaltered through the stomach  to, find'action in the bowels',',, then  there"'is 'available a purgative iin'd a  cleanser of- great,-effectiveness. Par-  meleets Vegetable Pills are of - this  character * and are the best of all  pills. _ During the-years ''that tliey  have'been in. use they,have established themselves -as no'.other, pill has  done.    -    < ���   :      , A ���, ,  through the opening, and out upon a ' They -^Ipj^-d cys'.<-t]y into an Inky, tor  floor of joists sealed on the lower side, i vat,ni j>s**;,:���*'wM<h led back toward  then lit a candle, and locating Mc- ' %~r,-.A i'.-c~t F'.ouwlerln- through nl  Namara's oflice, cut a peephole ho tlmt ; i?-*. f.fi<.  ,,-<���- Aarhiiaf- heaps,   bv  clr  k .''-  mm.   ���''���tal/i*;'1  ���i-tTZsA;  >my  i-t^-'-s", ���".,';*:,f>ity:,.>',  AAA.  "Out of mij vtt'j!" he cried,  toe. yet no oue can ofTiv \ iolence to a  man whose arms are raised, on high  .and in whose glance is1 the level light  ��������� of fearlessness. '������Moreover, it. is safer  ��� to face.a. crowd thus than a single ad-  versaiy.. : ������   Y5^'  -McNamara  had  seen 'this  psychological trick tried'before aiid now took advantage of i,t to'walk through the press  ���   slowly, eye: t.'�� eye. .  He did. it theatrically,, for the benefit of the girl. and. <o��  lie foresaw,  the men fell away  before  him���all   but   Glf-nlst-M*.   who   blocked  him, gun,in  hiiiid..   It. was plain  that  the. pert-ecu ted  miner  was b'eside..him-  .  self   with   passion.    YMcXainara   came  within au arm's length before pausing.  Then be stopped,  and  the two stared  pialignantly  at each other,  while the  girl behind the railing heafu" her heart  pounding   jn   the   stillness.     Glenister  'ritisc.d.his knud uncertainly,'then let it  fall.     Ilejhook his head and stepped  aside,  so that the other  brushed past  and out into the street.  Wheaton addressed the banker: 1  "Mr. Morehouse, we've got orders  . nnd writs of one kind or another from  the circuit court of appeals at 'Frisco  directing lliat fliis money -he turned  over to in." He shove:' the papers to-  jwurd the other.   "We're not in a mood  by lying flat on the timers he could  observe a considerable portion ot xi.��.  room beneath. Here, early the following morning, he camped with tim patience of an Indian, emerging ia the  still of that night stifT, hungry and  atrociously cross. Mea'nwhile, the.-*  had been another meeting of the mini":  owners, and it had been decided to  nend   Wheaton,   properly   armed   with  fiirr.-*. r^'if*" ���..*���;��� far lied the bridge  rl.'-ri"- \<: t'f.o *-x4ff "frr-arn beneath the.*  'it He I.C'tit-*! fr.-iTfi Mir-'s tug.  .^-e-i.v. w..'*: r.-.. arrj when tbe captain  ~ir. 1 W thf-n Bl-onrd Ije-*:try trave him  r.-'.'-Tftlori-*. fo *r'hkh he nodded ac  ���n,s��fi!'��. They bade the lawye:  !%<\,(-ti. and the Mtt!" craft slipped it*.  :ii'jr>r;.ig��s, tlr.uf'l down the currr-nt.  ac rtjHA the bar an-1 was swallowed  up  "I'll    put   out    Wheaton's    light    so  they'll think he'�� gone to bed."  "Yes.  and at   daylight  I'll  take you'  place in  McNniriara's loft." s;iid Glen  Ister.    "There will be doing's tomorrow  when they -don't find him."  (To be Continued.)  affidavits and transcripts of certain I In the darkness to tea ward  court records, back to San Francisco  on tho return trip of the Santa Maria,  which had arrived in port He was te  institute proceedings for contempt of  court,-and it was hoped that by extraordinary effort he could gain quick  action.  At daybreak- Dextry returned to his  post, and it was midnight before he  crawled from his hiding place to see  the lawyer and Glenister.  "They have had a spy on you all  day, Wheaton," he began," "and they  know, you're going out to the States.  You'll be arrested tomorrow morning'  before breakfast."  "Arrested!    What for?"  "I don't just remember what the  crime is���bigamy, or mayhem, or attainder of treason, or something. Anyway; they'll get you in jail, aud that's  all they want They think you're the  only .lawyer that's Wise enough to  cause trouble and the only one they  can't bribe."  "Lord! .iWhat'Il I do? They'll watch  every lighter that leaves the beach,  and if they don't catch me that way  they'll search the ship."  "I've thought it all out," said the old  man, to whom obstruction acted as a  stimulant  "Yes; but how?"  "Leave it to me. 0"* your things  together a��i be ready to duck In two  Unimportant.  ': ��� The captaih. of a certain yacht, had  evinced an ".anxiety touching a mishap  to the craft that at once attracted the  attention of a fair passenger on board.  "What's the trouble, captain?" asked  she.  "The fact is. ma'am," was-the response, "our rudder's,broken."  ,  "Oh, I shouldn't worry about that"  said the lady. "Being under the water  nearly all the time, no one will notice  that It's' gone."���Harper's Weekly.  Inertia.  "Well," said Mr. St.iylate for the  fourth time, "I  must be going."  "What a queer delusion!" replied  Miss Patience Gonne. "You're really  quite stationary.'"���Philadelphia Tress  Oh,  Mayrne!  Mayme    (reading   an    old    book    In.  which "s" looks like.'T')���This heroin;.  Is just perfei lly   lovely���bill,  say. r'h  must   have ' lisp:*.!   something   awfu! -  Kansas CT.y Tiir.t'S.  , ,Yes,,indeed; I've had manjsia good  time "faking J'mv  motor, boat  out  for"  an all-day fislung trip." >" '        ,  I    ".About how 'muc'h fluid do you use  in  a d.ny?"  .  "Aw^ don't ask a man that!" JIow  do you suppose "I know���O, you mean  how much gasoline? About four gal  Ions or .-,0."��� Chicago Tribune.  , Repeat  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure" my   coughs    and    coLds."  Fond Parent���What assurance have  I that you will .be able tp provide  for my beloved .George .Washington  Rastiis ?  Miss Amanda Jackson���I's doin'  fohteen fam'ly washin's now, Mr.  Johnsing, and wiv de interroduction  ob improved machinery *I kill jest  double my output.���Judge.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  A* maiden just out of .Bryn Mavr  Went walking,  a*, young fellow sawr,  .     And   asked  the  sweet  miss  Would  she  give   him. a  kiss,  "Good gracious," she answered, "what  fawr?"  ���  Repeat   it:���"Shiloh's  Cure  will  always cure my coughs and colds."  ������������������������������ *,  Comfort For Germ Finders. .  The woman who washes all her  coin and handles bills with tongs can  enjoy her money henceforth with less  fear of microbes. Pr. Warren W.  Hildrltch, a Yale scientist, has made  bacteriological tests, wilh the lesult  that "money constitutes an unimportant factor in the transmission of disease."  - Strange as It may appear, fhe cleanest looking bills had tho highest number of bacteria, while the dirtiest had  the fewest.  However, this will not diminish a  woman's love for nice, clean bills, bn.1  It will make her less nervous when  she has to hrndle the dirty ones foi  fear she will contract 'some terrible  Jisease-  Bisque Figures In Pose of Premiere of  the BaHet. ���' ,, y _ ^  Hostesses wWaro.nt their wits'erids  trying to break' away from the trite  nnd "formal-In the matter "of decorations, for the dinner table .appear tto  owe* a debt'of grntltu.de, to the'result  of 'the happy ��� collaboration of two  Frenchmen, M.' Pierre J Carrler-Bel-  leuseyhe painter, and il. (Jrcgolre Cal-  ���vet,r e.iu.'illy celebrated as.a sculptor.  Together    these    t^vo   artists \Jhave  spent thre'e years in designing and ex-,  ecutlng a dozen or'so of 'the daintiest'  and  most bewitching dancing girl figures Imaginable. ' 'B , <  EaehJfigure perpetuates.a character-'  istic pose, of a premiere.of the ballet  It Is the psychological,moment of the  dance, when the little'figure, the gauzy  skirts, the'graceful limbs, *the cxprcs:  .slop df the Irresistible counteua'nee, all  combine to define ah emotion that'Is  capflvating.( ���"      ' "t ��� ,.'  , Th'e graceful abandon of the'figures  and the* management of (the ballet  skirts co'pvey a1 wonder sense of motion. The figures seem almost to skip  on toe tips/to whirl about, to' fly, so"  painstaklng, yet5 apparently.' careless,  have .the artists,been with'thelrdetajl'  The material of' these joyous .little'  .tatuettes Is *"blseu'it cle-Sovres.'yThe  models are executed'for, the art market at.the French national factorylai^  Sevr'es. Probably no other medium0  w*ouId express the artists' Ideasv half  a.s' well. Every one acquainted, with  examples of bisque statuary* will un-^  derstand liow exquisitely light and  fragile musti appear these dainty figures. .<'"'  It can be imagined how well these  charming" figures serve as accessories  to the decorative piece de resistance  on a dinner table. 'Perhaps they are  placed in a line' up and down the  length1 of the table or. In groups here  and there. If the hostess,Is lavish In  such matters, she may place one before each cover���to be carried away as  a souvenir.   -  MRS.,HOPE, MorpMKfOnt'  Terrible Eff ect of La Grippe*  '  How many people there are.who Inov from^bltter experience the erji  which follow in the tr*'n of-Li'Grippe !   The whole ij-ftcn is ran don  , appetite entirely fail i, there it's cov.tinuil feel!n'j_'"of languor and wedsn.'  ' and life seems scarccly.worth Hying.   In many c*��e��4thelungs areini....'  and'the victim gradually'declines, until  prematurely  carried off It ii*  ,   dreaded /'white plague!",'   '\y V"_,   ','-      ,;.'������' ' "     '   ,  ��� What would oot the sufferer give lo knowf.of a SL"RE remedy-of ws.  medicine that would not'only arrest'the disease, but buildup the t ly  . system, and 'restore permanently/tbe lost health and strength; ioivuj.  .'give new life and hope?", SUCH A TONIC-IS PSYCHINE. A  <   ���'Mrs. Hope' (nd�� ^Cattle),, of Morpeth." writes.4, ".My.-luREs \ttt in  , terrible state, I had' had La Crlppe, and it had settled on my Ittngi. W*��  y steadily getting worse, and got so low that J .was confined to bed, md ckG  ;, not even sit up.   I consulted several doctors, but they said nctblnjtKif  ', be done for me.   Then-1 started taking PSYCHINE and it hascerulnlria  ', wonders.    I a*n now,as strong as I was before my sickness, and cat trd;  say that PSYCHINE saved my life.!": Such testimony as this is coavin.lt*.  ���   If you are,suffering In' a' similar way, and have almost deipilrdi.  ever, recovering the-health ^you once eajoveft, why not send lori tup!.  * bonis of PSYCHINE and test It for., ourscif?   There is no reason vbj.ta  , should not be restored    PSYCHINE bas proved thje sovereign remcdjti  ' <��� hundreds of other cases.' -��� Why.not In yours ? ' PSYCHINE is sold hf il  /druggists and'dealers at 50c."and $1.00.a bottle."   LIFE IN EVERY DOSL  ��.f  i PRONOUNCED  SHCEEN  TOHfflE  [\jfrl&rE!ffi."TOHICS  TRIAL' BOTTLE met  -.    ,      *, .,  Dr. T. A. B'ooism, IJmited.Ttirwic  J1c��*�� ����nd ice UUI bottle of h;  ohlna   In   nooordanco   with jvt*  ���pccl��.f olfcr, ,  Preserving Lingerie Waists.  The lacey lingerie waists so popular  of late aro "things of beauty," but,  alas, not "joys forever" by any* means,  says Housekeeper. .They are easily  ruined in the laundering,'and the broken lace is difficult well nigh'Impossible," to mend. To greatly prolong  their usefulness buy common walsl  net, exit in strips or tho shape of the  Insets, and sew upon the underside of  the Inserted lace when the waist" Is  new or as soon as It begins to break.  Even badly torn pieces may be mended  In this way, the pattern being darned  down invisibly upon the* net. Many  very open patterns are really Improved  In looks by the addition ci the net  The One Constant Friend.'.  *  Gone  are Ithc' friends- whom Jorico   I  r     y ,kne\v,   ���<���''   ''       _ '/��/ y"   .  -  Those,* friends.,"of oldeftj days ;.��� ' <���_'  I thought at lejist 'some would ba true  '���* But parted' arejqur ways! bb'���"a j,-:  All, all- are gone Biive 6nc thai^ shoxre  ft1 Hdw, constancy *_endeani,'   -   ~v   ' \J  My c ,watch���it, never,,. j?evervgoes;, y  ^It' hasn't/gone^for years."'',   "-y.': ,  *- ,Th^ -greater 'the'- irnt'tttion-rin ''the  throat tlie more distressing the cough  becomes. * Coughing is' the effort, of  ..Nature to expel this irritatiug sxib-  stanee-'rorn - the air passages J Bic-  l;le*3 Anti-Consumptive Syrup will  heal the inflamed parts, which exude  mucous, and restore' them to. a healthy state,, the .cough 'disappearing under the curative'effects,of ,-the medicine, rt id-pleasant to Uie'taste,"and  the price, 25 cents, i.s within, the  reakh of nil. '. ���  1 ������' '��',.' A knowing Girt'< ,{iL  '''A'^girr'-Avho w% Kindint; a jrl  through vfhe ^Pentwylvitnia^tioacfiil  lost her wa'jy She eatae (ir��a��|  cow��taiid kno'wfnp she conffflctil  {Boit.etfliere 'nca'f hufira;. liilitdil  I She -twisifed ^heir,. tails airf itfel  therii hoine mQily. ' N"o�� if th����l  lmd.'b^cii* hiule'i-* and *he had fn4|  ,theiir;tailB "-'ttiere* would '!>��JJ"|  diffe/enLLAioVy laAi  Two suffragettes the other, evening  made their way 'into a private house  where ua reception was being given in  honor "of Mr. Asr_uilh, and created an  unpleasant scene. They were disguised' 'as  ladies.���Punch.'  . ���Pills,ifor    Nervous Troubles,-!!  6t'omuch is'-the, centn> of the w��l  *syateni, and when (.he nosistiiBB  \ ponds healthy action die re-a. I  * manifest    in ' disturb.i'iiM-;   A tl  nerves. If allowed tu ,K*re4*l  -j vous  'debility,        a    dniiK'RW. tl  rpent, may ensue.   The first RtHJ  ation' is, to restore the atutJ-JJ  .proper* action and th.-.-e '-���>'!'|'*|  , remedy  for this than ParmAtf  getable   Pills.   Thoiis.md- ,t*q ��  the . virtue  of these pills   ia *  nervous disorders.  "I wish my dentist w.-i-n'l ����l  , iltic/'said Mrs. Jenner I.�� **!  , "He* calls his denial p.-irlor fbff  ' ing-room."���Chicago Tribor.-*  PILES CURED IN 6 TOI4 DAYS  PAZO  OINTMENT  is  guaranteed   to  cure any case of Itching, Blind, IJleed-  irg or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days  or money refunded.   50c.  It  tact  Cretonne Book Cover.  '���'The new-c-hintzos or cretonnes make  wonderfully good looking book covers.  It Is quite easy to accomplish one of  these at home. Instead of the com  mohplace flcu-ere-1 fabrics the striped  and sin.-ili pattern chintzes' are chosen  and hound Willi gold galloon.  Ceylon's Camphor Trees.  It Is estimated that the plaining of,'  between i.-j.OOO and UO.yoo r.*-re.s tn  camphor irees lu Oylon would de  velop a prodiu-tl.-ii of S.OOO.Oi'O pounds  which. ac-ord!ng io most authorine-.  Is the ipiarnlly of camphor demanded  annually at present. The camphor tie.  naturally grows lo a lu-fght of fort,  feet but In Ceylon R Is being kepi ai  the more convenient ht-^ht of tour to  five feet.   -     HEALTH   AND   BEAUTY.  If people laughed more they would  all he happier and healthier.  Equal quantities of lemon Juice, lis-  terine and glycerin make an excelienl  mouth .wash.  Don't expect physic and tonics to  keep, you well if, you' liegiect the law;,  of health mid hygiene.  A" mixture of. while of egg and reel'  pepper Is good for neuralgic headaches  Apply it to the base of the brain.     ..���."������''  When a splinter has been driven deep>  Into the hand It cau be extracted without pain by steani. Nearly fill a wide  mouthed bottle with hot water, place  the injured part over the mouth of the  bottle and press tightly. The .suction  will draw the flesh down, and lu a minute or two the steani will extract the  splinter and fhe intlanimation will disappear. ,'���'.'  A shoe which compresses the foot ro  tarda circulation' of the blood much as  the compression of a rubber ho.se retards the flow of water.' It Is as fool*  lsh and unhygienic to wear s;uch shoes  as It would be to sleep in n poorly ven-  Hinted room in a bed several feet too  short to accommodate the ful] length  of the body. Can you Imagine any  greater discomfort or one more calcu  ,1       t0f(l<flr0y th0 hoalth ��nd can  the moat distressing of nightmares?  "We have a few rural legislators  here," says a Harrisburg man, "who  can scarcely look n'ter themselves,  to say nothing of attending to ,the  interests of their constituents. One  day a gentleman from one of the nor  thorn counties, who had just received  his ordei for stamps, went to the pos��t  office  to get them: ' i  "What denomination?" ' afekod    the  cleric. j  "Lutheran." said the rural member  modestly���New   York' Herald.      '.       .  Minard's-Liniment Cures Cw  would appear that tne v*|  and ease ,of manner *[i**-|  enabled Richard VictOi 0diw-f  elect Afr. Taft���for cyerynr* ��j  nizes that .Mr. Oulahan d'ii tef-l  tiling, afid could do it arii'-'l  one hand tied behind him-i-ij  'ily characteri-jtic. Riol.ar*i 0^  jnn., has it, lob. He wsi-* at t^'l  House on one occasion, ni'd1'!  his name was mention .to tb>r|  ��� lent in inlioducion, Jfr. K��3|  said:  ''I   know your falhe'-"        ,  - Richard, junior, shook   li."*'  diallv. .  "-Yes," he said.  "I've to11?!  him mention you."��� Wa-liii.?'-"1''  FINE  JEW  Whether yon consider  Dependable Qualify, Ease and Comfort,  Dressy Appearance,  or Reasonable  Price, Elmira Fell Shoes and Slippers  meet each and every reqnirement.  _ J Insist on the dcale^ showing you the"Elniira'*  Tiademark when purchasing- felt footwear.  Sold by Dealers Throughout the West.  y.\\'y.yy''i'y ALWAYS,  EVERYWHERE    IN  ' ASK    FOR  Eddy's   Matches   have   hailed from   Hull   since   185'  /cars  of   Constant    Betterment have   resulted     in  --.l-and'pim  Eddy'5  reaching   a   Height   of    Perfection   attained  by  No Otnei  Sold   and   used   everywhere   in   Canada. ��as��iM��i*iijffffi|  o Regulate  the Bowels  ,OST      IMPORTANT      RULE      OF  HEALTH���CARRY    .IT     OUT-  REASON   OF   POPULARITY  OF ,   . ,  [Dr. A.W.Chase's  Kidney-  Liver Pills  BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  IVORY  TOILET  SETS  --KTiepnhe  bowels   regular. *  This is the tir��t and' ino&l important  Fule <��f health.   r   ;  Vou can depend on Dr. A. W.  j.hn.-e'�� Kiilney-Jjivei' Pillu to help'  fou 'canJ' out this  rule.  '���They effect  prompt  and     thoiough  1(Jvt-iNWii of tlie bowels and as they  |o not lohB their,effect, the, dope 'does  Jot   have  to  be  increased.  By tlieir, enlivening action on the  Ever they positively cute biliousness  Sud 'constipation.  :.Mi^, It. Morrow, Brapebridge, Out.,  ITites. "For ' a. 'good many years I  fHh troubled  alrnoht  coiihtantly  with  bpi-tipation pf the bowels, and never  _t anything tp do  me  'the    lasting  d   that   ImK   been' obtained   from  ii,  Chase's, Kidney-Livei -Pills". They  got   only   relieved 'that  trouble,'   but  [live   entirely * cured,, tho/ headaches  fom which*!'used to .suffer, and hav,*  gipr.oved my health in a general way,  limy  people   have   been    cured    of,  bus-lipdion  and   headaches',through  Sy   recommendation   of   Dr.'   Chafe's  [idncy-Liver   Pillt*,"  iTln're is  no question ,as to  the ef-  ciency   of  jhis nvell-known ;c family,  Sediciiie., ,    "   ,   '     '  'I have used 'Dr. .Chase's,. Kidncy-  sver- Pills for , cori^tination' <*w?fh  |ost~ satisfactory results,*', writeB Mr.  ater Mcintosh, posUpaster,' Pleasant  iny, X.S. ' They have also cured a  Tiiing, man here 'aot backache, -fiom  adch lie suffered���'�� great deal/',  L\n occasional do^e'of \DfA Chase's,  Jdney-Liver Pills will " save '��� doctor  |11b. The portrait, und .signature of  j\V(, f!ha'8e,vM.D., aro on.everyJ box.  [.cento, at all dealeis .or EdniAnson/  atp.�� *&'Co.,.;Toronto.- v.*    ",    ."���  '    Love's   Domain., ���    ' ., .  pr Government, "Republics - T" would  choose, ;'      .      '. '"' '"'*,'    y '"  ���       -    .., i- *  Wherein   the.  Star  of   Liberty  doth  slime;**'  .,    , -      L  Jiere   equal   rights   for, all   are   all  men'sJdues,   .    '   ,;,���'***   '*   .'  ,'nd   gwry, hum.   a . Kiiig   by   righ(  divine.1 J        ,*  ".*���"���,    "  '*���". ���,,,  Extremely Popular, but Vtry Difficult  to Clean Properly.  Ivory toilet articles are quite as fashionable as silver ones now, and the  fact that'they are more difficult to  dean ln no way detracts from their  popularity.  the mellow, creamy material without  spoiling its tone.  Some useful hints oa cleaning Ivory"  are given ticmwlth^-Wii��i��-ti.a-otei^l-  are very slight and do'not seem to be  permanent,   though   they   cannot   be  rubbed oft with a dry cloth, wash the  ivory thoroughly la  warm water and  soapsuds, and then, -without drying it  on a,cloth, place it In the bright (sunlight, for a'few minutes.    This exposure  will  usually  remove  the"-stains.  After   they   have   disappeared   wash  ,tue  Ivory  again  In  soap  and   water,  rinse it .thoroughly'and'dry carefully  with a soft cloth. - ,     ,  y When, the stains do not disappear  entirely after contact with the sun's  rays the.Ivory,should be washed again  hi soap and water, then riased In  c;lear water 'to which a Utile lemon  Juice has been added;. Care,must be  taken to havo the temperature of'the  ,water right, as too great heat will in?  Jure the Ivory.  Very dark dlscolo'ratfons require the'  services of an expert to remove, though  one may be fairly successful by rub^  hlng oxalic acid solution,' not too'  strong, and applying this to the dark  spots or streaks with a brush. Afterward wash the-Ivory well In' clear  warm water and dry with absorbent  cotton or a soft clptb, and then leave  In the'sunsfilnc or'>InaVatmaplace'to  bleach.    ',*���',"  ' ,The 'acid of a lemon ls not harmful  to   the  most delicate, piece  of,_ivory.  ^In fact, the juhje ot a lemon can be  applied   \yitti  a   mixture of, cleansing  powDer or | whiting   dlpectlyf to   the-  ivory' Without   running,'any   risk'   df  spoiling Its tone br'terture. .It should,  however, be removed qulckb/'and the-  ivory, thoroughly  cleansed   afterward  with plenty pf warm water.    Cabinet  pieces'' that, become discolored ' can  be  cleaned In this way and will be great  ly Improved ln,,colqr and appearance  MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA.DIANA 0F h��ldirec���ri-  efaanu.' Bank * Canada WM ��,"��f t * the* W��*om and Shareholders of the .Ver-  Dr<-,tdem. Sir R. Monia.u Ipu��� ��* "����a y^terday. Wednesday. December 16th. the  holders present were M*������ "���"'���.'".. _th* c.halr'    Amongat other directors aad shlro-  mamma, for J  rarow.  ,^T\'e  PreJ?idt'n'- appointed . Mr.  aecretary of thu meeting.  J-   M.   Kilbourn,   Becretary  of  the  Bank,  to  act aa  Th*  minute, of th- �����t iwual m,etiDf. were'takea aa read.  11 *. THE ANNUAL EETOKT.  The Preset then ���bmIttad the annual nwt of ^ ^^  ^ J  ,i,?"r dln-ctoru bee  to aubiriit th-  " ��� "'"������" ���---    '   tl.e    Jionlc  n.-t ^rofljs  o���. i  .   - " \at " V'"|1J  fje borne'in  Our iiitereflt bearing deposit!  amount to &73B.597.19. wWc^U {S? t'^I ����?"? ZZ'Zo.T'''^ '^  oilnd  that rsonditionu have been"ie3s'favou"r7bI<i.  ��ro��n   to  a  considerably   law  ��um    ���,,I! 7'.  h"i'   ",M;reBt Waring  fl1.000.OCO-.have likewise JeaX I ,"��L ]&"?��*,!.ll��.,.0��rb   K.U   io^    funds-Dea.ly  i .i.��� i������        ��� ... Ise sreaily  increased  the latter yielding- a auJiBtantially I  ta    lia\e  under  a  slowing  down   of  trad." aauitv  e9S rttUrn lllan �� *��y ^te for many year* back'  Ollicers'  Pension   Fund,   and ��� carryin" f���L��� rrf   ��S1   i   ,'     ' eont"b"t��'��f *25:0OO to the  count, which has now \Sl^,ZZll7t^^JaUn^  l��  Vn^Uea .I'r.llU  A."  ^^mmMmB^^B  Bring me my new fur hat  want to put it on.  It ls wider than the widest hata we wore  Jn years agone.  It  ls   throe   feet   wide,   and   the  brim   ls  thick, and tt has a lot of weight,  I And   it makes   me   wear  three  heads   of  liair just to keep it sitting straight.  My shoes?   Ah, yes!   I have put them on.  and the heels are good and high.  And they press against my tender feet till  I feel thatrI must die. .     '  Yet I wear them so as I c*ome 'and go. and  I force a pleasant smile.  For one has to be in style, mamma���one  has to be in style.  And  now  raj;   directoire  gown,   mauima.  I've managed to don ray stays.  Toti will have to slip mo into It, for my .  arms I cannot raise.  And I'm  fc-UIowy,  as you may see,  with.  the wiliowiness of steel.  It .will be tonight ere I take a bite, for I  - cannot hold a mealli-  And now I go for a little stroll, and I go  to make a call, "  And I shall not sit upon a chair, but shail  '        lean against the wall, '  For  I   can't   sit   down   lu   my  nice  new  gown, for r know that if I do  I'll be certain. to break in two. 'mamma���  I'll certainly brenk in two!  ��� -Wifeur Nesbit In Chicago Post.  In  Mm���M�� M,:.,������,^r .;.;���.;ri.'s $.\z*%�� sa"i ��� .si  AH of which la respectfully submitted. ' ,     '   ~ '.  "  '  * , y'   '-    ' b 'II.  MONTAGU  JUjLa'.V.  .' -.    '��� '   ' ,      '       ' v , ' President.  STATEMENT OP THE KESUM? OF TIIE BUSINESS OF  EASY. DISH WASH I NG>  ENmxo  mB sorBKBBP,  S"-"4^ F0K TH? YEAa  Th<countHP|n^L��/ th%'���*';���   alt��r  Payment  of  cha'rge^,   rebate  on  di*'  . rrfd.'ndSh7ved;Z,UtaUDdtomakinB  fU'i *-rf���.'�� ^d'aad  Thcyalance brought  forward  from ,30tt Novcrober,' 1907,  wti,'.'.  '.'/'b. ".'.  .' Making a, total of ..���''..  '..,,' ' n "  This  has been  dinposcd of as follows.��� '  ..Dividend  No.  82 at the  rate of 8'per cent,  dividend  No. 81 at the  rate of 8 per cent  nKMPn2   v>  SI' at the^^-��f 8 ,>Cr cent.  DiUdi-nd  No. 85, at'the rate,, of 8 per cent.  Written  off'Bank  I'remiseB Account^  Contribution to Officers' Pension Fund -.-.".'!*"  ���    Balance carried forward'     ..'     '.-" "��  %   738,597.19  267.400.75  1,005.997.94  per annum  per annum  per' annum  per .annum  120.000 00  120,000" 00  120,0:0 00 '  120,000.00  180,000.00  100.OOC.00  25.000.00'  ,    400.997.94  51.005,997.94  STATEMENT OF LIABILITIES" AND ASSETS.  1903. -     -  THE   FRESH" AIR, LADY: , ���',  jii fo> Toothache.��� Thero'Jis, no  tin  so,acute   ,'aiid. *distressing,f-as  bthiiche. When you 'have so un-  llcpme 0 visitor apply; Dr. Thomas'  fclectric Oil according to. directions  Id-you   will   find .immediate' relief,  touches'the, nerve with- sobtKing  jeet and the' pain departs of once."  |tit it will .ease .'toothache-is.another  Ie quality, of this'" Oily showing'the  ������  uses it-.'hasY *a. .:.-";      .    *  Ir                   l��        ,                       It    ,  ��� I      '-,   . _���^- ^  *t      ,,^  'A^-man  iV'qnljyh'aU 'ajinaii"until  |er he'get5iinaVi-ied." says"a woman'  jtgr. . yps'/1 and-after that he may  nothing at''all��v>.-   ��� -        '���   ���  1 r_v ���'    *   ..'--.-   ,* .   y '  1 "b howjs *.,yH,s^Sy,;"J_ ^, *,  ve pffer One Hundred' Dollars He-  fl .for any ca3C"0f ' 'Catarrh" "that  Einot be cured"bv'JHall's -Catarrh  h>,' V. J. CHENEY &" CO., Toledo.O:  ^-'.   the  undersigned,   have' known  1. Cheneyfor the last 15 years, arid  ij'-Vi*  him    perfectly honorable ' in  busmesk, transactions   and .lintin-  rly  able  to  carry  but  iiny  obliga-  rnade  by  his   firm. '    ,'  Wulding,   Kinnan  &  Marvin,"  Wholesale   Druggisfs.   Toledo, O.  fall s Catarrh Cure is taken inter-  if,v, acting directly upon the- blood  .  nmcous %ui faces  of  the  system.  ituiioninls  sent    free.     Trice"  bottle.    "  [bottle.    Sold  by all  Druggists.  Pke   Hall's   Family   Pills  for   e  (OC  ation.  con-  ipoes   he  pay as   he��� goes?''  INo; he goes when he can't  pay, '  lard's    Liniment   cures'" Distemper.  - "Guinness's."  jfuinnpss's stoat and   Lord   Fv^nqh  ''will    colebrato    his    sixty-first  Ihday   on   Novernbor  10th,  are  ne-  |sarily inseparable, but so are 'Lord  ftagh and  philanthropy.    Tor Guin-  ssy   stout  h;i**   made   Lord ��� Iveaph  of.the richest men in the world.  Lord *Tve**eh   has   chospp   to   bn  of the most charitable.    The dfbt  jgratiludo which dear, dirly Dublin,  |*s to his lordship can nevW be 're.  _.d._ nnd.N'n   suite   of   his' immonsi-  lU'n, he is still,content to work af  i.tifeinesfl.  'Often one may fee hitr.  jking briskly from his house on St.  gpnr-n's Green, Dublin, to'the splen*  block  of  buildings  on   the south  of the  Liffcy,  where  Guinness's  it  cbmes- from.-   Next   to   philan-..  spy.   his   lordship's   chief  hobbies  collecting art treasures and sport.  foTvea'gh, by the wav,  belongs to  no hat brigade*' when out with  (funs.     ITe   invariably   goes   out  wt !i!e   bftro-l*'aded,   and   il  i.s   said  Jf the only time he has been seen  his head  covered, while in pur-  o"  game,   wns   on   the   occasion  e'i   a   eertnin   distinguished   guest  so surprised  to  nee his  lordship  Ming bareheaded in the rain that  ; Knotted  his   handkerchief   at   the  corners, and insisted on placing  ��n Lord Ivcagh's unprotected brow.  She ' Could.' Sneeze   at    a'  Draft   That  Wasn't' There."        _t       'A,  ��� The fear of fresh air Is mostiy a 9g-  ment-of Imagination,, '   ���;  uTwb women were traveling through  Europec together. 1 Theone.-a modern  of the moderns, ,had the ozone habit  hard; the 'other' was, of the ��� good ' old  fashioned- type to. whom-a breath of.  ,alr meant a sneeze, as draft a "foreor-"'  dalned< cold and an open window at  night an Immediate need, for the un-"  dertaker.' **.    *. *' }>u, -      '*���-,.  ...One night fate forced these  two" to  roorn together.   Miss > Ozone, being' tbc!  last to retire, threw up,.both windows  as high as possible after- turning out  ^he  Hgbt.^"Immediately, came  sneeze  after sneSse'from .the^bed.'    .*"*,"  '"Oh,* I can-niever stand that di-a^t!  Those windows'; must come down.  I'm  taking^cqldalready,','Jcried'SMrs. Frald-  of-air.'s *���   ,-  .;, r. .''" -._ .f''*'":,.-.''^,'  yBut.it wouldvklll mc to slecp~In'a  stufTy room,'* replied' Miss, Ozone.  .''"Weil, I'll have pneumonia by morning-If you don't!", '������  "How ridiculous! Don't you know'  thorough ventilation ls ' the surest  safeguard against -pneumonia?"  ' "Oh, dear, I'm getting a chill now.  It's outrageously selfish of you to keep  those windows up."    , ,   ,  So. Miss Ozone, being younger and  really fearing the other' would get  sick from \ sheer, fright, reluctantly  pulled down the windows and endured  a restless night, to' wake up with a  bad headache. '       > v'      ,  In tho morning it > was found that  the open windows that had caused the  sneezing and chill were ' double' ones,  the outer pair'of which had been tight  closed 1 throughout tho whole discussion. .   , .', ' '  \  i>.r���. '   _      At JOth November,  <   ���- , ' ',        ��� ���.       **-/.'  ',  *V     .' ','��� "'   ty"'   '     Liabilities. ''       ,'     ���  l.-fo the'public:- - ' ���    ���'  .Notts'in  Circulation '' ;, ��.   -     ' , "    '      '  =  DepoBits at Call    '   A- '  ��� "  '���'        "  "   ^  "     *"' '' ���  ���nSS2!!J" 8KUbJe��v.t t0 notl^"^ccru'ed ^teresi'to'date' included)]  Deposits by other Banksrin Canada     ,.. ��.*.��. ...... ." .. ;,, .  Balance due'to A?ents��in' Great Britain  ���    >'"  Dividend No. ��*  l <       ���  S12.514.562.52,  25.880,153.87.  2.933,156.29'  S4,740.47fl.00  Dlvidenda  85  unclaimed  -   2.���To the stockholders:-   ,.  Capital paid  up-. ' "-  Reserve Fund" ..  ;'.  .."  Balance of- Profits carried forward  '���       '.'i * '      .   ' ' ���    AssetH.    ' ,"     1  Gold and Silver Coin on .hand      .. .'.    ,   ' , > '  Dominion'Notes on,hand'       .. ��� .-.    b.    '" ''. "  '   ''  Notes * and, Cheques of other'Banks    '.'.]'".,'.'.    ".'"   *"  ���Balances*due by other Banks.in Canada     '}'  "'   "  " ���"'"  Balances  due Banks and  Agents'in  tho Baited States'".."  t-all, and  Sh.ort  Loans ,<��h  Bonds-and  Stocks In  Canada  ..  tall  and.Short  Loans'on  Bonds  arid  Stocks elsewhere than"  Canada  .,,.,.������.,.���*��>  , J    a       -       . <  , .-���   Dominfon and Provincial Government Securities  Municipal, .Railway  and  other "Debentures ." .." "' '"  41,327.'.." 68  8.412.15  120.000 00  .      *      865 00  846,197,627.83"  $6,000,000.00  400,997.94  $1,957,782.71.,  n'   '   '. ���  . 8,958,351.07  '10.400.997.94  S56.598.625.77  Sl.5'9,822.58  2.276.482.88  '4,796.95  ���12,625.78  (less -Rebate   of   Interest creserved  Current   Loans   and   Discounts  Loans  to i other Banks, secured  Loans and'Disrounts overdue  (loss fullv provided  fori  b.  .'.  'b. '  Deposit  with   Dominion   Government  fo/   security  of   Note'circiila'tion  Mortgages, and   other  Securities,   the   property   of   the   Bank.-.'  Real  Estate        ..        ..  '  -.;      .. '.. ."'  Rank   Premises, and. Furniture    "...         ..      '.'.      '.'.    "..    '...'.'.     "  Other A&seta             ,.      ���      ''���    ..     ....       10,916,133.78  * 609.071.56  .      6.344,224.22  $24,746,377.75  .J 29.799,622 31  . '      486,899.89  ,      .     86,798.01  , 240,000.00  , 53.794 88  49.368 69  1.118.685.03  17.089.21  S56,598,625.77  Lightening the Weary Work of "Three  Times a Day." .  ���   Qne  pf "the- unnecessary __ things   In  housekeeping is the continuous washing and 'wipingtot dishes, says a wo  man,In the Housekeeper.        '    ",���  Methlnks I hear a cry of horror from  a horde of housekeepers, but many of  them Have nevertheless at one' time or  another rebelled against the stack of  dishes which'looms up,'like ^be school  boy's hash, "three times a day,"  It'Is queer how some women will,  wear themselves out rather than step  aside from the beaten path.1 The.*,'  have yet to learn the joy that comes  from taking an independent' tack and  making the ,work subservient to the"  worker, from being the master instead'  of the slave.       ' /<,",    ,    , a  r To uia'ny women" the ' bugbear of  housework isidishwashing,?. Why wash  dish'es three times a day? Do It In thi>  morning when'fresh.;'Scrape the din  ner,dishes, stack In a large pan failed  with cold water and cover.  '���  Treat the 'supper, dishes the same  way, and do not allow your, conscience  to keep you awake one single hdur. It  will not malce the task too heavy the  next morniag.if you try'my way."   '  After ^ washing''each' piece in hot  suds and rinsing in, hot (not warm)  .water, put them, piece by piece, In the  wire drainer (price 30 cents) as nearly  on edge or aslant as possible,'and'let  stand until dry. '_  "Glasses, of course, and silver must  be wiped, but ;the former, can be left  filled after" using and'the latter put  into a pitcher or, deep jug until some  odd minute when,one is..not so weary  with well doing that another turn oV  the screw.seems next to impossible.      '  The   Merchants'   Bank,  another   column   01   thus   issue  appears a detailed report of the forty-  huh  annual meeting of  the directois  and   shareholders  01  the    Merchants',  iiarin:  of   Canada.   The   repoit   01  the  pierident   wa=  received   ' with     much  enthusiasm   by     tne    directors,    and  'shareholders  present  at   the   meeting  and  it  was  the  general  opinion that  m coiinideiation of the recent money  .stringency,   the   affaii?   01, the   bank  iiad   been   managed   during   tin.  past  year with wondeiful care and caution.  I in   refeiency to  the financial depies-  .���iion,   which   at   times    bordered   on  panic  conditions,   the   directors    bud  taken  nvary possible    precaution    io  piepnie in  advance for  the    pending  trouble.   y\   safe   amount   of   eas'h   or  securities  that  could   be jmmedjately  realized upon was held in reserve, in  Older to be prepared to at once meet  any   calls   which   the   connections   of  the, bank   might  give'rise  to" at anv  time.     Jn   order   to   carry    out    tin"--  sound   policy  it   will   b'e   easily  seen  that'the Merchants' P,ank had.to sa-  c/ifice  con.--.ideiable    of     its,    earning  power.    But it wa.-* considered advi��a��  ble->for  the   sake 'of  the   communPv  more  even   than   for tlieir  own  sakes  to  adopt   this safe   business  method.  That  the  result  of  the   yeai's   operations has proven more than .satisfactory is shown by the repoit presented.    On a paid-up" capital  of $6,000 -  000, the profits were    $7X5,597. ' From  this amount, $480,000 was devoted t'o'  the payment of a dividend of 8 pot  A<nt,   $100,000  vrati   written   off   Bank  ��� Premises   account,   and   $25,000  as  a  contribution  toHhe  Oflicers' Pension  Fund.    Tlie balance was  carried, forward  to the good .of-profit and .loss.  The bank, ,>vho��e capital is supported  ed  by a rest, of<-$4,000,000, has assets"  of $56,5��J8,(525, winch is held in shape  to Tpeet any contingency?   Comment-*  ing   on  the    statement,    ilr.'��� George  Hague   leferred   to, the   exceptionally  strong position of.4the bank with re-  said  to its  immediately' available .resources'. ���   They  amount* to  about 50  per.'cent.   of., tlie    liabilities,*   while  formerly  the    Bank   was -satisfied'if  the  available  resources  amounted  to  ���25 iper cent.    A ,mpch more .promising  financial   outlook* i^   .now-.apparent,  and   with  a  general  revival   in  trade  conditions, the, business prospects for  the coming year'are most favorable.  HIS PAINS AND  ACHES_ALL GONE  DODD'S   KIDNEY     PILLS     CURED  CHAS.   N.   CYR'S   RHEUM-  ATISM.  of  a  Staten'lent of a Man Who Suffered for  a    Year   from    Different ' Forms  Kidney     Disease     and     Found  Speedy  Cure,  ;Ne,.v Richmond Station^ Que. (Special.).���in these com-fa"irrduys when  Rheumafum, Sciatica, Backache and  other Kidney Diseases' aie- working  havpc in every coiner of Canada?  thousand!, uill be interested in the  statement of Mr. Cha-i. N. Cyr, the  well-known  barber'of  ��his' place.'  I had been, a sufferer from Rheu-  mati*,iri and Backache for a vear,"  Mi. Cyr btute*-." "My head' also  tioubled nie and it,was hard to collect my thoughts. , I heard, of cures  made by Dodd's Kidney Pills and  made up my mind to try them. Thp  marvellous f-ITec-t uf the first box on  my system at once raised my hopes  and by continuing to take them T  am rjow a sound and well man. All  my pains and uchp=i are gone and J  am able to do my WOik -without  pain."  ,.tMr"   fT\n\ k'  ��ilJy 0J)0   of thousands  whom ,f)odd s  Kidney Pills have cured of Kheumatism, Sciatica and Back-  iche.     J'or   J)odds 'Kidnev   Pilis'"al-,'  ,ways   euro   sk-k   or   disordered   Kid-  ney.s     And jf your Kidnevs are 'well  voir can<t have Rheumatism, Sciatica   '  or  Bachacho.  ���, 11  ' Ti  'A:.'}  K 3  .',*"    r  " /  ��� a'  ���r  t.  ������-A  ,   At  i.:'i  1 , b ft '  A'fi  I ''tb]  j ',,r  ",f'['*'" 1  ��� ���-���I  <fi  ) '.A<\  ".'-  t ''*���  Said   Uncle  Silas: t  When a feller linds'a button sewed  on in, shutyhat he has boen rnissiu'  a mouth or two, he' wonders what in  tarnation liis- wife j, goin" to, ,^Uike  tiJm.for in tlie hut 01 dress line.   ,   .  b i  0 . ' '     ,       "  'Worms, feed 'upon' the .vitality" of  children and enchmger tiieir lives.'A  simple, and,effective cure __,, Mother-  Lrraves    \\6i;m   Kxteiruinator.     ���     . *  J?"'?.?, on: *your wirele.-,*. telephone,,' '  Without a(pole 01   line,  .When   neveriijoie   the  man   who  calls,"  Can get-the bus,y sign    ;  , '  "Repeat .    it:���"Shiloh's  Cure1 will  always /Minard's 'Liniment   Cures  ��*��"��    my   cougrhs   and    colds.'    ��WS'  Garget  in.  cure  It   isn't  sa^e to 'juage by appearances. The man, who' acts ferocious  abroad may be as meek as a lamb  at home. ' ...  Ther& is no poisonous ingredient  in Hoiloway's Corn Cure, and it can  be used without clanger qf injury.  1 '     '*        ���������" ; 1  ,  ,   Yes,   mai'riage  is   a  lottery  In which every'man draws something;  But it ,is  a .well<known  fact, ,*  That lie .seldom draws a dumb thing".  .Only One'J ,'BROMO QUININE," '  That -isNLAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for the signature of E.'W.  Grove. " Used the world ovop to Cure  a Cold,in One Day. ,   25c.  ��� Mis. Clfinnon���-Tell Mhrie I want  her to come up and take mv hair  down.       A   ���      , ^ '���  Ro^e (the new maid)���Can't I take  it down'.-10 heir, ma'am?-���Harper's  Bazar.      ., , -       ���j  E.  F.   HEBDEN,  General  Ifanascr.  ., A ^ Soap   Bubble   Race..        '   lr '  *   This'game makes ..plenty of fun.. To  play it provide each contestant ,with a  Japanese fan ror one made "from stiff  'paper; for with'these the "bubbles are  '.propelled to a goal.' At a given signal  the bubbles are blown'from "a 'starting  point au'd'fann'ed toward the goal.  ��� If a 'bubble  bursts before a player  reaches the goal, '"the player, may return to blow a second one." "' /  . Very similar to this is a soap bubb/e I ' ���' v -r V^ R, A  battle, for it consists in dividing the       _ ... ,      e   N��t,ce;    . ,  room  by a string or "screen,  org-aniz-       W R   Publish > simple,   straight   testi-  ing the players into parties,'Uie reds f[yon,B,a'*.n.ot preSS age-nts   inte>"^^-  and   tbe   blues,   priving  one   company  Tlie car was packed, she took my seat  But what a  look of  rancor .    '  -Next moment marred lier face so sweet  f.had forgot to thank hei?r    ���'  ��� ._ _|__    f %  t   , Repeat it:���" Shiloh's Cure' will always cure my coughs and colds."   '  ���' mv ; #-'  yiii?m  "h    I        'Sr'.f  - The   President  as follows:���  I  would   like  having   Invited   discussion  of   the   report,   Mr. '0.   E.   Black   spoke  W. t. M. KING AND THE COWl  our  o  Ha  IT  ?  It. inclined to  run  away?  0n t punish it with a cruel  JushandcomblFeedit.nour-  Bf1 ��.t, sav,e it with Ayer's Hair  Jgor., new improved formula.  ��n your, hair will remain at  ���-e. on your head, where it  tT*\ A" elegant dressing,  gps the scalp healthyV  <Vg���Uhangcjhe color 0/the ha!,.  TormnU -n-lth ,��oh bottl.  ^        Show it to j-onr  ; doo-ior   '  A��lt him about It,  than do a* ha aaya  P^]y^!f^^^i<i  &e from ou/ Ll ^a,r VlS0I> ��s now  fers  'One   of   Prospective   Labor  Minister's  Adventures   During   Campaign.  * Have   you   heard   the 'story   of  the  recent' encounter  between lW.  L.  M.  King,  M.P.,  and  the auctioneer?    If  not, it is a good one.,  It seems that  in   the   course   of   the   campaign   in  North Waterloo the presumptive Minister of Labor and  his friends had a  series of- adventures. * First they met  a crowd of men who were putting up  telephone or telegraph poles, and, of  course, the candidate had  to get out  of his buggy and give a hand.    Next  the   party   ran   up   against   a   barn-  raising, and, of course, nothing would  do but that the Boy Who Had Been  Raised on a Farm should turn to and  give a  hand.    These two experiences  ought to  have   been  enough  for  one  day,   but  as  the  tour proceeded   fortune   brought   them   to   a   farmhouse  where  there  was  an  auction  sale  of  cattle.    And pretty cattle they were���  almost on a par with the farm itself.  Just as soon as the new arrivals loorh-  ed  in sight the worst animal in  the  barnyard   was, being   brought  up  for  disposal,  "Now," said the auctioneer, seizing  his opportunity, "we have an ���unexpected and a most valued addition  to our audience. We have now with  us the next member of Parliament  for North Waterloo, and wc arc going to give him the first chance at  this most valuable animal.".  And,    seizing   opportunity   by J the  oars, hie at once put the .'cow. on. par-  ��� ade.  *���������.'  "How much ani I offered?" said the  auctioneer..       Y  ���Mr. King, not wishing to appear  mean, after it was apparent that no  one else .Would bid, presumably because thoy did hot, wish to ��� forestall  the politician,  bid "Five dollars."'  And the auctioneer, without waiting for further bids, at once knocked  down the animal to Mr. King for five  .dollars.' It was a case of "Going,  gointr, gone," at once. ,  And you ought to hoar Mackenzie  King toll of liis' troubles in finding  a widow who had no family,. and  therefore no voto attached to her  household", to whom, without arousing  suspicion of bribery and corruption,  ho could 'hand over the wretched  animal.  Goodness  knows  what  would  have  to say that I am sure all the Shareholders must, be very much  plea��<*d with the result of last year's business. It is true that we had a slightly  better report last year but when we consider the tremendous upheaval that has  taken place across the line, and the fact that we cannot in this country stand aside  from the effects of anything like that, and that our financial affairs, our industries  and business generally, are influenced very largely by business conditions in t e  Patted States, I think that the report jast presented us shows that the affairs of  this Bank have been managed during the pastiyenr with wonderful care and cau  tion. The Directors and the Management must have exercised great prudence, an-i  at  t.he sarao  time cared  for the  Interests of their clients.  Mr. Geo., ITaeuo moved   that  the scrutineers cast oue  ballot in favor of  the foi  lowing  persons as directors:��� '*  Sir H.  Montagu    Allan.   Messrs. Jonathan   Hodgson,  Thomas  Long,  0   F.   Smith  Hugh A. Allan, Charles 31. Hays,  Alex. Barnet, F. 0. Lewis and Bryce J. Allan,  Continuing Mr. Ilague said:���  ���'"With regard to the Statement jus* presented I would say that although the  profits are not_.**uch as they were a yeai ago, or such as some other institutions have  made, they miirht have been very much'worse if extraordinary care had not been  taken to keep the bank in a perfectly strong condition, which is much more important  than making great profits. At this moment the Hank is in an exceptionally strong  position with regard to its immediately available resources as shown by this state-  * menu Thev amount to about 50 per cent, of the Liabilities. Formerly we used to  be well satisfied if our available resources amounted to 25 per cent, but times  havo  changed  and most of  the   Banks now  keep  larger reserves. ->  "With repard to the names presented, thijy are the same as last year with one  exception to replace a Director who ha^ resigned to join the directorate of another  bank, and X feel sure that they will be satisfactory to you, arid I am sure that all  tho Shareholders are greatly^ pleased with  the result of their efforts     (Applause).  The  annual  report was  then   unanimously  adopted  on  the  following motion:���  Jfoved  by   the  President   and  seconded  by  the  Vice-president   that   the  report of  thoi Directors  :ir submitted   be and  the same  is  hereby adopted  and  ordered   tj  be j  printed  for  distribution among  the shareholders.  The Oeneral Mnnnirer of the Bank, Mr. -E. F,  flebdcn. briefly diseu'.Fed the report   '  remarking :    "There Isi\ery little to sav beyond expressing the hope that tho share  holders may find  the exhibit  placed before  them  satisfactory.  "Tho only other matter r have to refer to is the staff, and to testify to the con  tinning Icyalty and devotion of its members to the shareholders' interests, and to  the oxt.ellpifts.ipirll animating them towjmls the Bank and one another, and to the  good   work   performed."  places on tlie riglit of tbe line and the  others on the left, three feet from th'e  line itself. Then, all being in readiness, armed -n ifh fans to drive the  bubbles, the signal- is given and the  game begiDS. Tlie sides blow in turn,  the enemy fanning or blowing the bubbles back.  The point of the contest is to see on  which side of tho rope the bubbles  burst, fhe side that sends? over the  greatest number of bubblesVbcing tbe  winner.  , Among the" appropriate prizes for  tho winners of this game are pieces  of iridescent fdass, glass paperweights  or. indeed, any pretty article of sparkling crystal. Of course each contestant carries home the pipe with which,  he or. she has done vali^at servlce.-  om  well-known people.  Fiom ah over America thev testifv  to the merits of MINARD'S LINIMENT,  Uie best of Household Reme  dies.  MINVRD'S  1TED. .  LINIMENT   CO.,     LfM-  THE  MATCHMAKER.  In  Messrs John Patterson nnd O. It. Black were appointed scrutineers for the. election of Dirt-ctors.  The President briefly etplnined that the appointment of Mr. Bryce J. Allan to  tSie directorate wai merely temporary, to fill tho gap caused by the resignation of  Mr, 0. H. Ilosrner from the Board. He explained that as soon as it was postiblo to  i��ll a  full  meeting cf  the  Board a permanent director  would  be elected.  Tho motion for the election of '.he Directors by one ballot was then unanimously  adopted.  "Mr. J. Campbell Nellei���"I think a vote of thanki should be tendered the President. Vice-president and Directors .ind to the General Manager and Staff. While I  nm not one of the oldest. I nm not om of the youngest here. 1 have had an account with this bank since 1B82. nnd in nil that time I have never met with a single  yiorA of.��� discourtesy, while niv business has alwny.*; boon carefully looked after, and  anyone who has met with the attention that. I have alwavs received will haVe no  cause   of   complaint  regarding   the   Mcichants'   Bank.'" ' (Hear,   hear.)  The President,'on behaU of himself, the Vice-president and Board, and the den-  c-ral Manager, on .behalf of himself and the. Staff, briefly returned thanks for ,the  meeting's appreciation-of  their services,  after which  the meeting  adjourned.  At si special meeting of the Directors subsequently held the following oflicers'were  re-elected:    President. Sir H. Montagu Allan;  Vice-president. Mr.  Jonathan Hodgson.  "My youngest boy, 3 years  old,   was   sick   with   fever  last June, and when he got  better the doctor prescribed  Scott's   Emulsion,   and   he  liked it so well that he drank  it out of the bottle, and is  now just as plump and strong  as any child of his age anywhere . . . two bottles fixed  him OK,"���MR. JOHN F.  TEDDER, Box 263, Teague-  Freestone Co- Texas.  "Although my father is an invalid,"  said Miss Howell, "lie takes a great  interest in my musical education. He  'always encourages mo to practise my  singing at home even when he's in  greatest ���'pain';"  '"'Well," replied Miss Cutting, "they  do say that, one may be made-to forget- a great pain by a igreater one."���  Catholic 'Standard   &  Times.  Child���Suppose I called you a mean !  old  pig,   what  would   happen?  Governess���I should tell your father J  and lie would punish you.  Child���And   if I   only  thought  it  Governess���No harm so long as yon  don't say it."  Child���Then  I only  think  it.���Life.  Voice lit other  tr:od everything,  to sleep. Can't  for mo ?  The   Doctor���Yes;  end���Doctor, I've  and I cannot get  you   do   something  hold   the   wire  happoned   had   woman   suffrage  been                iii force in Canada.   Mr J King might {nru* j'ji sing you a lullaby.���Woman's  have had  to tako the  cow to China, Tfom(J  Companion.  ��dth  UiaxJ  Hub���But if you like the young fellow, Kate, why do you object to our  daughter marrying him? '  Wife���Oh, she'll marry him for all  that; but I want to give her a. chance  lo say when they quarrel, that'"Mother didn't want me to marry you, anyway."   ! ,   , -' .    '  is the greatest help for babies  I and  young children  there   is.  It just fits their need; it just  suits    their ' delicate,   sensitive  natures; they thrive on it. Just  a  little   dops   them   so   much  good and saves you so much  worry.    You  owe it  to them  and yourself to n"ia,ke them as  strong and'healthy^as possible.  Scott's  Emulsion   will   help  yoii better than anything else;  but  be  sure to   get   Scott's.  It's the best, and there are so  many worthless imitations.  AI.I, DRUGGISTS  Mr. Toddor linn just written u�� another letter about  liio brotliur-ill-Iuw'ri children. JLct us sond you his  lottom nud otht.r Information on tho subjoct. A  Pout Card, aitintionittK thia paper, lit snflloiont.  ,SCOTT*. BOWNE  J26 Wcllmglou St., W.  There's   Nothing   Beats   a   Brother  , This Capacity.  .As a matchmaker there is nothing t��  excel the brother.  ���  Tbe role is not taken-by him witting*  ly, but he fills it tb perfection, because  .it bis innocent unconsciousness.  'f be' girl with a brother is certain to  .ncet h's friends. He brings 'tbeui  home from school when be is a youngster, and the sister, in lier superior  way. joins in tbeir sports.  Of course tbe idea that any one  should fall in love with a sister of a  boy never occurs to the boy himself.  Later in life he brings his fellow  students home from college. Then the  sister Is a young lady. Still, that anybody should fall in love with her  strikes the brother as absurd. If 'It  strikes him. at all. At last the truth  dawns upon him, and he resents It  Suddenly he discovers that Tom  Dick and Harry are not good enough  for his sister. "They're all right for  chums, you know, sis," he will explain,  "but you don't want to marry any of  them, you know. Why, that chap  Tom," etc.  But the brother is no longer an equation in the matter. His part has been  done. There is not the slightest use of  opposition from him, for if it has any  effect this is just the opposite from the  Intended effect.  Tho brotboriess jdrl often has comparatively few chances of meeting  elisribles. She cannot figure tbe formalities that, with the aid of a brotb-  ��?, are swept aside as though thoy did  not exist.  She may have a scheming mother,  but a scheming: mother is not always  a help, for the eye of discernment decries in tier the scheming mother-in-  law of tbe future. ��� , Y  Nor is a girl vrho Is thrust forward  ds a candidate for matrimony apt to be  accepted at the valuation attached to  her.  The bold girl, |foo, Is at a disadvantage. The willingness to marry, made  too evident^ Is construed into an anxiety.  It.is the girl with a brother or two  who is unhandicapped. She does noi  have to do any planning. Everything  Is done for her and all without connivance or even knowledge that It la  being done.  She is unaware of- it herself and perhaps elated at being chosen when other girls apparently as attractive are  passed by.  There  roally  Is  no secret about  IN   THE   HURLY  BURLY./  I eotta stand een Walla street,  But beez'ness don'ta pay, " ' ."  For no wan here got time Cor eat,- ���  "So���l gon' mova ,'way. ' '      " ,  Grandj> reecha men dey hurry past  Een   sunshine, een da rafn,       >  An", oh; dey go so fast, so fast,  Eet geeve iny heada pain,  I gotta fines' fruit tor sal',  You flndin' anywhere, , ,'>JJ  But steell I mighta jus', as wal  Be dead ��ur w'at dey care. * .  Ees only wan tliee'ng here 1 love-  Dose birds dut feed een street.       ' '   ,  1 s'pose* you mebbe  call dem "dove."  Eh?    "Peegeon?"    Tes, dat's eet. '  Alt day dey tly'abouUmy stand,      .   -   .  .,    .An'  som' of dem*I mak"  For justa seet upon my hand . <���  An" eata nut an' oak.'.-  ' But steell da 'Mericans go by  An" newa look at me.  Dey got so strange look een da eye.  I wondra w'at dey see.'  .  Wance only was dere wan so good  An'  kind to stop een street       ,     O   ,  An' throw dose pretta birds som'  food  An' wait for watch dem eat. ' '  "Ah, here," I theenk, "ees granda man!"  But pretta soon I see  Ees justa drunfca 'Merlcan���  &? drunk as he can  be.  So I am seeck weeth Walla street.  For beez'ness don'ta pay. ,  Ees no wan here got time tor eat.  So I gon'. mova 'way.  T.   A.   Daly   ln   Catholic   Standard   and  Times.  , Parsimonious.  "Never'mind." say tbe lawyers to the  malefactor of great wealth  after the  jury   has   found   him   guilty   and   the  judge  bas pronounced  sentence upon  him  in  scathing  words���''never mind,  we can   tako an appeal  in   this case,  and if it goes against us in  tho court  of appeals we can get a writ of error ,  and a habeas'corpus and a mandamus  aud an injunction and so on until"���  "Excuse uie, gentlemen," says the  malefactor of creat wealth. "I have  concluded to pay my One aud serve my  sentence. I figure that your fees wo.uld  be a great deal more thaiv^iny time and  money to pay the penalty are worth." ���  "Stinsy." hiss the lawyers, filing out  and thinking bitter thoughts about the  economical traits that have enabled  their client to build up his fortune.���  '*, a,, y i ��� ��� j -id?*!  - y-Ai'S    ��� f.yyjfl  <��� - cy j \-y-M  ,-.*.;��.      i Litis  * r-.H . kAM  v, "ii *��' ��� I j^yil  ��' cii,     '-. > AMI  , ',. '.-"    i ��� :wS|  u\  ���" ".vl  - .*- *  i ��� i_'-i  V ' 'b  , .'**,  *.i*  ' . \\  . -.H  A Keen Appetite  and a healthy stomach indicate  an active Liver, which is enjoyed  by all who use Beecham's ftlls.  They insure strong digestion,  sweet breath and sound sleep.  No other remedy is as good as  Pills  Sold Everywhere.      In boxes 25 cents.  SOUTH AFKICAN SCRIP/FOR SALE  Kach scrip entitles selection of 320  Acres of HOMESTEAD LANDS, Two  senpa good  for 640 Acres.  Buy ior youiselt or. for your son.  Inter-Ocean Real Estate Company  :        24   Aikins   Bldg,   Winnipeg.  ENMANSHIP ;^'^----,  ,     . "       .,  .1 ele'Rra i> hy,.t:ul all  business subjects tlioroiiKhly taught. \\ rite  for pnrtlRiilars. Catalnvnrs free. 'Addrcis  WUVNII-El- BCSIXHS8 CO L 1.1 (1 K,  oor..Portage Ave. und FurtSc, WLVNll'KU.  M.   E.   MACKEY,  Secretary.  FURS FURS FURS  For best prices, ship to the old reliable N. W. Hide & Fur CO., Minneapolis,  Minn.  320   Acre   Homestead  can  be   taken  if you  havo  a  Soldier's   Warrant  sell   them.    For   particulars   write  First National Realty Co.,  ,  Winnipeg   Man.  Wo  .���V;--ii>'-.  IJ  /_  Toronto   I The other girls had no brothers.  It  W.    N.    U.    No.    722 %l>  V--*  .. '���jL-y^A  J  '    "��*���   , .  ��� '������ Kw * -!,y .-�����  ,   * _.    I?,   i, > <  .* tv- , ^ *'   -  >  "���?. ��� >��� J..*J *.^��',  t,-i'   al A'Ak y,  y>y*T> -<  '    '.  'Vs.- f    ->,  .  >   ',    -     .'"V      > f '  .' '.'J^' r-":' /���!'<���  iTivVs   ^.t    '', ���"*  . j,i ���%,,'���jt-4 r'*.rt't  SfcrJ '.."'-jti-J., '  "���  %     5     V'  �� .i     ,  'ty>~&t,< vjL'i'Ji'"  ''rJ*:' j if -.j/.  ��?     ,i i/  .1.      J-iJ."V        .fo   *��\    K V*   %.   '  Aj *���, I" ?*>';i^  -h .''V? -j'"f-' r'jii  ���vy���, i-% v,''ii*,  "f >   *     -(/ '   -Si - -'if  ���a'^' SiAjiWb V*   ,'  ^5*'*H;^.fiTr4*'  $fe�� *}fy 4<*4  ���"AJ&A-f  fri'*-  5X?   f ���  ���$^ '"-yfe.'4vtrtx.  'tAfw-tyiyyt,  ;.y^> :kW.'K(Cv,  ���  i    tl      S>    **.��"'i'J-J    ��ri+-j**<      ^-  's-'a1^   .fll'"   I*".��������!,.*!*0   '  "fe"*5-  1   - ^P��r*%-  ll'  I  '   \0pteyy}  4w'tv ,?*T.'r-J *  Vti^'-^/^J'v-    '.  lj^-<"' J *v-*U?*��� S>  |^V'-'f.'��"l"*?-t^  ���4-'*S^ ������!���.* '_  mL :yhr ,  f  f' '���,,* if*,, fi-'-'-v*  /'  ?��.L3','<Vf ���--�� .>y'^"^-". *'*-:  Ai?:ii-sy^AAA'hA  .'J J-iT::j.r!w!.ii-...iWvSi;.2.'.. ^  ifyy.iyykA.  w;yyyyyb  .mhbbHAy.i'  Ir-r-'S,-; *-A? AAA  kyy :Y��_y y i-y  ���mymy^tA.  ijyiifss'jsjjiyvy Y  yf'?YY;,sj*-yy-t1..YT  Y:yys|S;ry;gYJ;  yy^bAbyyvy  AAwy  ,ryj:;|yjiy  &���.!'$.$,��!?''.:���" -���*?:'  -~ tme'l^abee, moyie, ���nniTim.^counm^  r^-MWfr^1 *��� liT<T 1ili4il�� ���i^w ftitfi^  _lt ���.j-^.-m-i��� munu.  Vi MOYIE LtADEB.  New Fire Cljiet;  Donilrl  Guthiie, for   sir year?  P <hli��li��*d in thi- interest of the people lci,.Hf of rho K 5j--.laid fi e   dnp-i.it  ol \in> if and Babt Kootenay.     '    ment  and   pr. vi.uis   to  that,   for  thirteen jy-cir-" a nitmiiier of th-  Mohr'reai iiie brigade, hid been  tpp ��ia*ed chi<if of the X^ls ni  irigrtdniu auccbssion to Tnotm.1*  Dniisy, who recoucly resigned the  poaitiun.  R J   RMYTH. Pt'nr.rsiiRn.  Bin:   Of   ^ibibiitios  p:ie  Year ......... a  bfrbt.OO  SATUItp-VT' *JAN-9'  1909.  The tliermometer was so low  down thid wo J* that few cared to  i . "* *  The wlrstle at the 4'urn-B. m'ne  F .u.ida' good to tl^ people of  ^'"Ji!j-         ..._��� '   '    .  Nothing,' s��}- a Chicago pliiloso-  ,iher, jolts "a.mn'-j prido like  \,AkZ cautjhti coming 'out o�� a  ^heap restaurant. , '\  ������  1        ' ti ' '     *  The_ New  YearJi edition  of the  ,  1> Ne'lson Daily  I^ews  is  the  most  "    elaborate and comprehensive publication of its kind ev(?i* issued' in  '     the Kootana./^.    In the 32   p^ges  every district is covered faithfully  aud thoroughly. ''/,���*'  " ' - "W.-A. Macdonald, who'recently  left Nelson'to ���take" up his residence at   Vancouver,   is  a,1,r.ea.S1-v  '' uiaking his presence  felt in, that  ��� city. There is a likelihood of him  Womiugeity solicitor to  biicceed  Geo. H. Cowan.  �� ,       ^    ....       ,   ,  'The. earthquake .disaster in  ftaly is further' reaching than  was at first imagined. "A conservative estimation of the loss of'  life places it at'200,000, and' damage to. property at  if 1,000,000,000.  ��� There.is no insurance, ,the  insur-  i < * 'i*. ���  ance.companies  Jong  ago having  .refused to ^yrite insurance in   the  ejkrthcmake'zane.  - *, .-.       ���       '     *  '-       t  *���., ,    T '    r   i?  Th'e ' sentencipg of s Gomper0,  Mitchell and Morr,i3on to jail leads  the Fernie Ledger to 'ask these  two pertinent questions: If it vis  illegal for union n?ea to taboo certain establishment^ as imfair,  why is it legal for merchants,  hotel men, etc., to keep a "black  ��i3t" and to pass the same from  one to anothei?  If, for0 this reason, they are  guilty of illegally restraining  , irade, why are not the men who  corner the . wheat market,  bmo-lier trade and ctDtnpetitioafor  the time bqing-and force others  dotvn and out, guilty of the same  offence?  Moyie in the East.  A Definition.  '  "Can you  tell   ine  what steam  is?." asked tho examiner.  '.'Why, sure, sir," leplied Pat-  lick/co'n'lidently. "Steam is���why  ���er, it's wather thot'f gone crazy  wid thp Jieat."���Tits-JBita.  33ad Symptoms.        ~"  ' Tii* yotnan who has periodical hea*  ashes, b'ackache, sees imaginary dark  soots or species floating or dancing boforo  lier eyes, haignawinu distress or heavy  full feeling Iftltomoch, faint spells, drag-  glng-downAuelfng In lower abdominal or  pelvic region, easily startled or excited,  JiTCgulrffor painful periods, wl th or with-  out pHvic catarrh. Is suffering Jrom  weaknt?*w*s anAflci-angctnents thatsnoula  have eS/ty atxenilon. Not all of abovo  symptotM arf likely to bo present In tny  case at ano/imc. ��� ' ,  Neglected or badly treated, aiw, such  catesyof ten ran Into maladies which do-  wan/ tne surgeon's knife II they do not  re?\jytt' "  an<rnii%r^rrrp<*..rd  ot rnr^s In suctt  Brofpf'  A  Tfo^fnotljcTrig'-hTis gnch- .a sir  itroiia  s!33  known to "tnedicil science for the cure of  v.-oman's j^culiar ailment3 enter Into its  Composition.    Ko alcohol,   harmful,   or  habit-form'lng drug Is ,to bo found In tho  ttst of-its  Ingredients,printed on  each  bottle-wrapper-and attested under,oath.  ' In any condition of the female systeiri',  Dr. I'ierco's Favorite Prescription can do  only good���never harm.'*1 Its -chplo effect  Is to strengthen. Invigorate andTegulato  tho whole female svstem 'and espoclaUy  the pelvic organs. ."When* the��i are do-  rangod in function or affected by disease,  the stomach and other organs pf digestion  become   sympathetically   deranged, tho  nerves are weakened, and a long list of  bad, unpleasant symptoms follow.    Too  much must not bo expected'of this "Favorite Prescription."   It will not perform  miracles: will not enre tumors���rno medicine will. - It will often prevent them, if  taken in tfmc, and thus the  operating  table  and the surgeon's knife may be  avoided. ...      >      N    ;,  Women suffering from diseases of,long,  standing;-1 are Invited to'-consolt Doctor  Piercc-by letter, free   All correspoixience  is held a? strictly private and_sacredly  confidential.    �� �����.-��._  "���Buffalo, N. Y."  it    Joseph's   Convent.  NKIjSOK, B. ,C. '  rfofirdingand D��y'School m-aduct-  .1 by the Sifter* of St. Jo*, ph., Nelson  i. C. Commercial and busin��w  ourfes a ��<pe<-ialty. Exct-lience hivI  wift progress charHCtcnize t-ach de  art ment. Parents should write foi  .(irticiiiarp., One nioutb assures thf  ��� ublif of (he thoroughness of tbt-  -istfrs' m����thoils   of tfttchintr     Term*.  imni  uCt* January,   April   nnd   Sept.  -*ii|/il- i"--1 fldini'ted duriuu; tpru*  ,   ��  FJBBSH   AND    CUKED  MeatS?  utter  Eggs  BURNS & GO  Limited. t        >'v  moyie; a' a- ���������; ���  SES  ictly r  confidential.    Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,  ���Buffalo, N. Y.��      '     ��� '  Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (1000 pages)  Ig jfent'/rfc on receipt of El'ono-cenfc  stamps fori paper-povcred,'or'50 stamps  for cloth-bound copy. , Addres,s as above;  AreYou;Thinkirig  of Buying a Typewriter?  IF   SO' BUY, AN  ISf'  TV. T. McVIttje.C.p.,       PL.. S. U. Y. Parker, C  McViTTIB & PAKKER  Provincial Land Sprveving  ,        - -   ....   , rt  i   , i  it.VILW.VY   *, MINING    ENGINEERING  -    ' A      , .       r      y   ,  <   Estimates Furbished.  -    ���'.;���   r'"   "...       " ",--'      Sra-  , .    [OFFICES  ' T (.  Port Steele P. O.Box lo.y  tjranbrbok P. O.^Box 11..   *  1. 0. O. F.  t^'wnaey- i.oJt�� No. �������  .Meets Tueiday eveninfia in McGregor  hall   on   Victoria strret.   Sopummn  Odd Fellows cordially in'itt-d.  Henry Sait F. J. Smtth.  ' Noble Grand. beery.  Ht. Eu_r��-n�� LortB* N��* S7.  K. of P;  Meets evtry Thursday  tvening    in   McGregor  hall at 9 f'clock.   Villi ipg brothers invited.  II. O. Livesley, E. A- Kn.t<  Chancellor Cora.     < K. B.ano S,  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71-W. F, of M. ,  Meets in McGregorhall every Saturday evenins.     Sojourning   members  are cordially invited to attend.  Malcolm McNeill    Thba. E. Kelly  President. Secretary  Harvey,    Mc Carter  &  ,/   Macdonald. ,.  r*   r' '  Barriaters, SolicitorsrNoiarleB, Etc.  Cranbrook.   -   -   B. O.  Shoe   Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO  B. E. WALKER. President .  AJLEX. i-AIBLD, Gcaeral Manager    FS'��AKIISIIH,  18M  |^U;upCapiti,..$!gioOO|00l  B.A- SMITB.  '  SHOEMAKER,  -  MOYIE,  B. C.  Branches throughout Canada, and' In the United States and England  i . J   ' r . r  SAVINGS BAlsIK DEPARTMEW,  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current'  ,   >  rates.    Accounts may,be^opencd in the names of two or more  persons,, withdrawals "to be made by any one of tbe  ,, ,        number Jor by the survivor  CRANBROOK'BRANCH. ".,'"  GROW  BTOl* ATT1IE  f 't  COSMOPOLITAN  C* "j.  W. F. GURD. ^  f -i   ' ' ,  ,    BAltnlSTEB, SOLICITOR, BTC  CRANBROOK. .r B. C  C. H. DUNBAR ;  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  eranbreok, B. C.  JBUv.YOUK  .._ .  ."from   , '-"'.' Ar  ' '- y<'     l rA    t.    *' ������ .  A B.Siewart  & Co.  .*...'.."       ,a-\ y .  I V t  ���'       -   M "��� '   '   ���y~  *y ��� '   *  ,;\     ,l\* ; '-iTflE���      '    '      *     ���  "OLIVER"  ' $125.    EASY   PAYMENTS'.  F. J. Smyth,  Aaent       -       r        Moyie  la the January number  o�� tlie  .Canadian Courier appears a splendid picture of Moyie,  and   underneath are the words: "Skating  on  Moyie     lake,    Kootenay   region,  British     Columbia,     where    the  hockey enthusiast finds   $n  ideal  sheet of  ice,"    The  picture   was  taken by Robt. Campbell with his  camera a year or  more  ago  and  .Bhows a hockey practice   in  progress on the lake in front  of   the  town.   There  is  another   picture  in the  same  number   which   was  also taken by  Mi*.   Campbeli.    It  shows the steamer Nelson  towing  a barge of freight cars on  Kootenay lake.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  DESAUi-JfipR    liliOb.    1'o-ps.  lj��r,e   sample' room   in   'connection  '.villi house for comn-ir owl.me ..  , ,        ,      \      '    .  uf .-i'jcommodationa. .     *-  j Headquarters  for   Com  mercial and Minnie Men.  Q'JEEXS   AVENUE, '.'MOTtE, B. O  NOTICH  CRASHOOOK LASD  pfsTRICT,  DIoTklO  ir   KOOTES.W.  TaKE   notice  that   Charles  C.   Farrell,   0  to.,'iu, IS. C. occupation Miner Intends, to a>  ,1*. ior pcrmieniou  to  purchabe the  foilowii..  lescribed lauds:���  i omraunciDg ata post planted on the  noril,  ���i!.r oorr.er of Lot   No.   3003,  Group   One- (1  Cootcnay   District;  tlicoce   east    40    chains,  neHCe Eouth-10 chains, thence west 40 chamm  hence north 40 chalnsto point of commence  .-lent and containing 1C0 acres more or less.  CHARLES C. FARRELL.  Dated September 15th, liiOS,  Thi.*: hotel i�� now mid-v ���* w  management, and is first class  in every respect.  B. E.   TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street. MOYIF.  DR. F/B.yMILES,;   .  ' f"     (I     ^*      F ' '  Oranbrooii, < B, C.  George H Thompson,  -   . '���-'   j *    ���! f *,-=>��'      ��� ���  BA'RRISyKB. &OLrCITOR  ;#.,  ; tary Public, &c,  *     A'" v   .  CRANBROOK,',    British Columbia,  W:m BB^TTY' /  Embalmer'and Undertaker,  ���,     ** - .   . J*.-    i  Phone 9.1  CRANBROOK  G.  A.' JAMIESON  ./  *     ,-    . t *'    - ,   ,���" ���  . * ',     Graduate, Embalmer,;;  -?v, *-- ' Mortician, andy���: -  --'  i *���   *     ���- ���   *)J>  **   .-., -.-*-.*-. ^  ; S'uperal Director.-': *'.?.  DAY OR NIGflT CAI^S "AT  OFFICE    PUOXE    NO     2C6  r . �����  CRAXBROJDK,  B.  C.  Agent for full ' )Jn�� of   monuments  aud article   memorials.  WHEN IN   ,  CRANBROOK  E. n. SMALL, M��u����er.  Good rooms, good, tables and bar  '. and  first clasa samplo rooms.  y r. T    v  Wm. Jewell  , '* / . /  ' ���*    " >". ���  Express and General   Delivery *; Busi-;  ness:J   Livery   and  Feed Stable.    ,   ?���  WOOD   AND ; COAL  '"For Sale  \*   ''*        Leave Ordere at      t,  Owynne'tf Store.   .,   ,       -"  Moyie,    .       ,r - British -Co.iimbia  Real Est-at^ Values Going Up  SEE MY/ I^IST,  1 ��'i'       i   i,        **  * , H *    ��� i  bb. -*,��� ���' , b ", <<*J  *. '    ���   a'    t ' ���     . *%   . ",x. bb u j'  -. Boat'Konse," 14; BQals/^S ��� Scal3r. and  ���*     f' -5. Room .'House" "*  '.-'-. <y ^ ->-<\, -    -���      <  :YTH  *',���." !..'*���'< . /���   ' t,  '   r  , ,,   , ,  ' *   I      '       , ,     > s        it,    , -'     "* "'     -.    '   *  Insurance, ;T3eal"jyCstate;. .Gollecticr.s. ;  ��� ��� '���*,(,        *>���,. .��,'���* i HI        '.,��',<-  A        A       <���'"'���'',$ L^' *  jKOOTENAY  LAUNDRY;  '';  - .i ,     NELSON .  lLWh'le LaTDor,  l  L^ave woik with * he    lo<-��!  *g.-ti��  ,     A. B.  STEWART.  O    i-    IHC'AIj-LKIKR  CEAIEK   IN  The Bi?  Hill,  It is expected that trains will  he running nazt, spring thxorigh  ^the bip- tunnel .th^fc the C. P. R. is  now building near ��eld. The object of the tunnel is to ay old the  'steep grade which calls f<?r .tiiree  pr even four eugines to push and  pull the train up the Big Hill .between Field and Hector, at the  summit of the Rockies. When  ,the tunnels are completed the  iirf**ent mileage between tn_ese  ;]K)ints will be increased from four  .to fight miles, but the grade -w.ill:  Jie redueed to exactly one hundred  per cent.  B. C��� Steam Laundry  PRASBROOK.  Give our woik a  trial  and   leu*,  work  with  A. B. Stewart,     Agent,  MOYIE, B.C.  JKOTICE  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OFSOUTHEI*.**; DIVISION EAST KOOTENA Y.  TAKE notice that. I, J. w. Fitch ni;cut for  r.out��a L." Eltch of Movie', B. C occupation  ������toreXe^per intends to apply for permission to  purcWse the lolloiyiut; described land:���  Cammenclng at a post planted 20 chain1)  louthofthe North we��t corner of vrucmption  021 W.L Meredith Aldridfre II, C. thonce north  40 chains; thence east-10 chains, thenco Routh  10 chains' thi-ni*o weit 40 ehains to point of  commencement, and containing one hundred  aud ii'~y acres,more or Icrk.  LOUISA I.,FirClf.  per J. W. Fitch.  DATE Ser.'eii!V��r 25, IMS.  When you think of  Ling, think   of  GINTL^MpN���  If you want a stylish, up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspeci our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee  all  -.  Our Work.  Cleaning, repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  PROMPT DELIVERY. '     *  Queens' Ave.      MOYIE  NOTfCE.  1'    \  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF bOUTriERN LIVHIONJEAST KOOTKNaY.  TAKE notice that 1 Ifenry J. Cooper of Moyie  B.C. occupation Blacksmith, intendit to apply  for permission topurcbuie tho following described lands. n  Coramcncln? at a post planted on the -west  bank of the Moyie river about 150 yards south  of the Little Moyie dver, thence west 10 chains;  thence North 80 cbalris; thcn<*,o East 60 chains;  ���more or less to Moyie rtyer, thence south along  river bank to point of commencement, containing 160 acien more or Ichr.  HENRY J. COOPER.  Sept. 14th. 1908. '  -������������     ������   C. A. FOOTE  Lrerchant Taylor.  MOYIE, B. C  CALPEB IB9S.  The Moyie contractors  and guilders.  Chamberlain 8  Diarrhoea Remedy.  JVfver fails.   Buyitwy.   It may savr li*f.  colic cholera anc    j CALL   AND   GET   ESTIMATES  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given thatat the aipiratlon  i>f 30 days I intend to apply to the Moyie Water  Co. Ltd., for a duplicate certificate of No 9 for  10 (shares; No. 13 for 201 shares; No. 100 for 223  shares.  W.L- REID,  Dated. Nov. 16th, 1908.  Geo. R. Leask $ Co.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS   J  Our \yoik ie pur Advertisement  '       ; Heajo   Office;  CRANBROOK t  '.A,.   See'.. -".'���  Eastern   Canada  Excursions  p. c.  NOTICE.  Nbtioe.ishereby elyan thatat th�� erpliatloji  if30 d'aye I Intend lib apply to the Moyie Water  lo. Ltd.,for* duplicate oortjflc*te of No.   10  for 10 shares, and No. 15 for 371.  ���    '    .- P.'J. WcKaho'J  Dltcd, Nov. Mth, 15*8.    '  V. S.Liddijfpal, h\oyifi,E. C.  Thos. Summers  GiKars,   Tobacco, TPrait and  .Confectionery.  TOYS,   NOTIONS,   ETC.  Soiitli  Yictoria   St,.  Low Eouad Trip Hates to  ontario,   quebec   and  maritime Provinces  Tickets o$ sale Pec. r to  I)ec. 31.  inclusive, good ��o   return   within  threcmontJiB.  Tickets issued in  connection  Atlantic Steamship Business will be  on sale from s^pv. $��1, .and linaited  to ftve months fron? ^ate of issue.  Finest Enylpraejpt,    Standard. Flrgtclaus  S.Iefljplhfl ^nd TourJa<t dara on all   '  ' y' s^hrouqti X^ajn*  2 Throiugh Exprefes Trains Daily  THE "TOEONTO JBIXJPRESS"  Leajres ^Vinnipe^  da.Uy at 22.10,  making .ponnections   alt   Toronto  for all points east and west  thereof.  Apply tonoar��8t ,C. P.   R. Agent  for full  information.  "M  M" Y   llr~  ^���>~-~,t.~~  ^Lar^e assortment of'-.QO-CABTS aiid BABT  1 ^  DARRIAGES.    Prices from $5 up  �� ,. . "   .      y     * ,*,��-,.  Cranbrook UGo-Opefative  LIHITED.  MOYIE- HOTEL  P., F. JOnflSTOft  > j  I This Hotel is New and well Furnished.JJ  Tables are Supplied with the Bestij  Market affords. The Bar is Filled wj  the Best Brands of Liquors and Gigs-]  HEADQUARTERS   F,OR COMMERCIAL  AND MIN1 NO MEK ��� roltM  _ _       _ iiniTisn com . j  i nu*.��. r ... ��Attf'\  i  !    MOYIE  ���As m-d�� by the present:brewer is  "y" j)a>|i;  Peat Bt-or inEi.Bt ^ooietifly. :\V,il.b tl'�� ^cs ^,ilf.  ���ie Pyr'eBt Spring filter it ,jh un'excollcd /orq  , Iiijsiitt nn lmvinjg iJoy;e Beer,  EpUledan.d Draft Peer.  CHAS. INDEBWIES, Mgr.  tf  0@@^^


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