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The Moyie Leader Jul 11, 1903

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 f I Ml,. p.  '# ! Pernio.  Mrs. Mansfield went to  hor home in  Marysville "Wednesday.    '  -Master. Arthur Orowo had hi*,  collar  bone broken this weel:.   ,  Prof. S. W.   Murphy   left Thur^lpy  for Oregon lo visit :cl.tlived.  ���   It. Elliott returned Wednesday from  the Halcyon Hot Springs,  V.J. UcMahou and D. J. Elmer are  expected home today Jrom Felton.  Miss Lulu Crowe ha* returned irtmi  kelson, wheie she, wad al tending  school.  Tlie hucklebc-rries ure gelling ripe  ahd the prospects aro favorable fox a  good 'crop.  Government Agont Arrndtrong has  signified hid intention of doing aorne  woik on Tdoyie's streets this month.  ��� II. A. McDonald i.-j back from Bloenn  City and id much improved iii health.  Mr. McDomdd ;s interested 3n the  m* IJ.ichelor group 'near that place and  'd$    the property id now under Ic-ise. "  tvery Oliver-Lead line in th  I! tm&Ufll6  u  forrc.  m cihh  Pa f|  *��  ?<���& Sra f.P SB  1'^   fi  Id h  I  stock :.:f".upTATidS'S'.:y.yy'.,.'-'y.  !; Furnished -;��� by yr^ealey it ulciiieoh"'.'<��>,  El-well, brokers,;'MoyleV'B/'Osi ;' ���'I. '.ly  y.,-'"y,y "::yy. r'y- ���.: rAsked:yy-A':Bid-<A  Grrrw's^est;^  ! St. Eugene.:, ^y y, :y  ! North Star.i;;..y.yyl;y';  Sullivan.-'''..:'i,'.'"; '.ll..'.  Can. Gold Fields.:..  i Golcdrida.;-..;...;;A.  ^'arjEAgle\ly-A.'/lA.'  Payne; ,\:y.llll.'.:'l  AmericamBoy. .-���'. .y"{'<;���  Alberta Goal Go.I.:..  East:;C,.^r.;;t)oalyy,:.'  St. Eugene Mountain  Can; O'i'J���& Coal .Ltd.  The Sum of $500,000 will Be. Given  'by   the Government in Aid of the  Mining Industry of Canada;  Annually  Lead .  i\,  ,-:,y4yy,-;.  ��� 3G-  Vy::13-,r.;  -:.lb:;  tVQl  - .   M  ���>.:������ :-U. ������������  ,1'H  V"   21 I"-;"'."  ���19  AM    ���>:.;  '������������������10$.  ���   ;i5->;:  "'���",13,V  ^v.^;:/.  ������������".������4.-J:  3.50 ',.,;  .':-.'\7 5'���..-.'���.���-������  .:,���/���'- ���  ,.    10 y  '.   ': -������.  A$:50yA;  ���A;:���i  The  Liberal government   at Ottawa   has  in 'giving the ii,,t of dbc iieiviy I granted a bonus on lead.  rn  his means that ev-  : .a: -:^o \xvnon':itMA.y..ppscKn^y  If��.-ybir'.d - ,y  inMoyie doii'tyy/aity uotip  the 'mines  open, V iij>; y,biit", bUyy :nbjvy '? Sfecj),-yj'l  Elmer. y;He-hasdota;y fqriy sale y in ���:all;;;:;  parts of town;  'Also Moresyhou-'ea^anel'y  stables for rent.',-.��� yyy a A.y-iA'.A .yy .Vyy  CONSERVATIVE' PllATFdRM. I  elected to that position  A handsome t>olid   f^oid   locket   war"  picdcuted   to   SIic.-3   Bessie  Cockburn  (Adopted at Rexoisto'ke/Sd'ptenibes.-.ist-li,',1003.)',."  lyThat:ihis.;eb^  the party in. mattery ����;��� provinc! ai..;;rbads: and  elected oiiicers of the   A.   h\   by   Inst. ., n -,���,..���        ���r .,,    ���,  week the office of financial McrJiury i Q^-7 silver-lead- mine in the Kootenays will be  wa3 omitted, p. p. Johnston was ro- in orjeration within 30 davs��   The bonus wmlrrfs/^^^^  -*��� "��� i ana, Uie. aGvc-iOpmpiit. of ��� tho.figi'icultnni.1'ro-  amount to $500,0.00 a year., and v/ill run for  "It is  *'.;^*W8SSB"&^'  this week by the Moyie Fire Ihigade a2  fi.VG years,.    E t Will  expire   JU118 30, 11)08  h .token of appreciation of   her tfr-.-icca |on n   ali^inp. ef��Qlfi ho��.flri ftTl  W\p'lnriC'9   nflPflfl    IP  in connection with'the Firemen'^   ball   C"  ��� ~v ljJ--^-Lilt3 ^'^<^J-������  Wm/u^U. UII tUtj^ilOt} vl l^cil.5..   ll*  the London 'market, thus affording the producer an almost uniform price for his output.  At the present price of lead in London, and the  portion of the bounty added, his lead." would be  worth about o214- a ton,1  The   St. Eugene,   the   largest   silv,er-lead  ibe v.;<-.-:' aide cf tbe laic, ��� where i wo jmins in Oaiiad��, wilLresume operations within  weeks Liter last year  he   was  ctHUni- ! ,    . f -   .    ��� ^ ���    ,   . ���  iuiv: This he claims it cihsci bv ihe- MDU.e HBKh n)V7 weeks.. "jL/ie  &uil?.van ^/ill also  On May iioih.  Miss Alice Conned add Sir, J-'eJiry*'  Pearson of J a fJ'ray were raaniod List  Salurdiiy, July l.tb, -in Cruubiook by  Rev. Fortune. Mr.'and" Mrs. JY-.ir.-oii  spent (lie lore part of the we-rk in  Sloyje the guests of Mr. and Jlri. W.  li. Ston6.  'A. T. Clark say a thr.t   there is   now  *"-���-   feet of wider on   his   uieadow  on  ���*ources oX tlie;--proYinccyas  laid ;-d6w.u'.:?i]i.:".th'6-f  I)latjtoi-iii'.ftcli?ptei:i.iu..0.cto^e.r,'l'^  fohb,\y,s:;;'--jyyy"-'yy-;? '  A:lllil:;Ayy A^  "To'.uctiveiyiiid..in:Uie coiislructi6n.;.lo�� tcH-iisi":  thrpupliout,tl:o:undiiyoloiietf pprtibiis -ivad','tlio'  builJH'gof 'provlilcisi ^.trilrik.'i;paci^";;oi',1pulilic:  necessity; .', ���"';. | :,'. ^.:'�� ���':".'..��� -A' AAlAA.: .yyy1  ."To; adopt the; pri acipl<is : of ��� eo \yrnmeii t  oiv'ncrs'iip,Of,.fdUSv'ftys1iu'so far'^S:'':tii'ci;!T'cirbiini---'-  ttitu'ce^ ���'������ ol the' jiroyiuOei iWjll ad in it, and the;.  irddptiouiottlic pri'iiciple tiiat noytiopus sTi'oult! |  begrap'ted. to.ftuy riiihs-aycbra'pauy -\vhicli does ;  iipti,rivo t.hey'goverjiincut c$ the proyincci ciiii"  trol of .rates' over. Hues horiusetl,. tPgetber' ��� wi'tli'  the option of-f.urcbase. yi- ���" 11.''..'  ���"To actively.-tissist'.liy statu aid via' the: dcYel^;.  opmen t ���-..'Oi tbS.a^rieuHilrar resources'-Pf:-tlu; <  province. ������' ''y-*' A'A ;.._���������,     '���';._"���,���*. J'---'-H':';l'l  2, That in the'mean tiin.y nil u 'riuUlytiie :riiil'!  way policy above set iorth'ean be accomplished^:  a genfii-al, ria],hy*iy'.,,(.c.i.,'be j.assed,''giyihy; frebdoir,  c^u. 'A,-   7S \~2^^"'y'  x ,\y. /;- .--"A y-A i$x _^ r,\,  R  i<j'%ttsj?m  s .&.j">a I.* WS  Imperial Bank of Canada-  Uliiuuberbiii,':'    t.'oJii.'.      (Jholei.:     anei ; f^m>��  ioori   lTi''ik;"ir' r-l^c;  ! yj(_vc.j.i   lu :uU   .". wia -"--.Cu ve.<>.. -  lhii'irii'^ea l> -inedv.     It  ii   i yl ivtrr.ere '  :irst step in tbo. lie'Tuisiiioii of public 'jtilit!.es;;y  -Ti-irit'a.-'pdrLipn of ever",-.coal nreu hereafter to'  ��� %-j    bo disposed ofi'liri'iiUt b�� reserved , from .sale' or,.  Jo.asc, so Unit; statu owued mii.ic-s may be easifv  ,1'tinitli.d    i.>  be   r!K'   mosi   bUe-eitiUui . ���* .,.���-.,���       ���.-...-  ,       , Uvoon ^"-Ito   *i-m ���J^lnir-u.-ml" .���*v-"(     Mmif*,vi,'i!o    rs-i"   >���,'<.-'"��������'";     �����'/! ' ���"!'"'e"'';.;si!-".e)'u tbwr'pp'or-irioi! becomes nyct'ssftry  iviv..'.ly  m   !;.-e   for   oowol   eoriii'Liiiitf J aIjoKiJJ. {.'XaU   bIlAJ_;iU V-ii^-ilL- ���_���!    liLiiilr.i. ouo   V'.t     >itvj*    A"*" ! or"ft"d v--JsaEle.:'--."  "   ���'     .' ���'"'-���..-��� -���.- ���"���' -������ .���-'������ ���"��� -:;-^  and the only one that   ;,evvr   \\]l.    Jt J tiXO KOOtGnaVS    and   tllO    diStriblltUlU'    Cf   thOUS-      }i 'i:ii��t"-iii.";tii"c.-:"i;u]iV i��ii��-l .lenso��..."j1ii-ovSllfou  GAPrTAL, ^Authorized) ^^'S^'SSS  CAPITAL, (raid   Up) YrH^S'i  liEST '���' : $*V)30,31*2  P5|S::ad OFFICE,TORONTO,  ONTARIO.  l$g |W." ll. MERKITT, Pros.    I). Jl. WI LKTE. Vice- Pre* r*ud   Con. Man.  iSiiiP- ITAT> AbsisUnt Gen. Manager.    W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector.  A ccnend Liankin^ btirsi-  ncsd Irausitcteil.  fe^mAYINUs"l)E^RTMENT--Tntert'st alluwed on deposits.  ^^g^Drfifls'soldj n-JarUblo In all   p.irts   of   Canadn,   United   Stat  SMMNIllSurope.    ^Secin! uttfintion given lo collections. -  te* -   ��� F. H, MARSH,  Martager,  mm  {: j iri pleiijjanl, ;-.ii^' at-d rehabh'.  "* J. O. <>.  F. <)lllc/-re  lilootei'.  ^j .Al (he last meeting of the Odd Fel-  A-. j lows hnlge iii Movie tlie follow in jr olli-  ,.<-; j ce" * I'T Ibc ensuing lerm ivoie in-  L' ' sti'.'.lstl  ands oi" dollars monthly for the next nvo j/ears  at least. An era of prosperity0 is certainly at  hand.  The terms of ret'ohuion   are   as   foi-j'the    -satisfaction   of   the   ^ovu ncr-in-  lov.'-: . c:".ncil that the charged for tran"pota-  * iin ��� t:e*' ',::i3nt of lf*ad ore? in Can-  ..V ..'!-  es and  0    A.   i\cte   >:..ble unu.djj    \. Tho irovemor m councii  JJIR.     Canipb.'ll,     Vice     Grand;    if.    J. | thorize tlie payi'ient of a   bounty of '"i    :C<:\ ..re ��� xveosive, or that there is   any  J !sniytli,ifinrnci..l and   Reco;du-g sec- j t.enle per iqq pounds of J-jad .'.oui unci , iJi!Scriir.ia.u;":i    -vhieh     [n.ivtnts    the  ! ui ieatl bearing orus mined in C.tiiaeia. smelting of such ^icd it: fiinnc a o.i  1 pfjvided that the sum be paid as cucb ; fair and reasonable terms, tii�� govcr-  | Oouniy ehiill not eoreeed ^.j00,<">00 in j nor-in-cijuncil may iuuhon?o the pay-  j any fiscal  year.     1'ruvidod   albu   thai ' ment of bounty al such  reduced   rate,  J !retarv.  s5". !   r^fc^j*"5e^c��iK-'tt,w=<?��ac^j^>r",^��*v-5r^^  ^"SSSffOIT HAVE A  dS^m '3'Mwro sell;  e^a   A HOUSE 3(0 RENT,  WS^   MIXING SI!OOK TO  SELL,  p>\r**"  S^^SFARHELL & SMYTH  Ni^LSOiN,  B. C  , "Watch Rupaiiuxg a ci'Ke^r^i/rv  e/ ���   vy . x ��  Afiixj, i when it appears to the   satisfaction   of jas may be deemed  iust, o.i   lead  cou-  Ji,\VELBi',   CRANBROOK,  B.   C.     j r.h<j minister charged with the   admin- . tained i>: tueh ores mined   in   .Janada  Official Watch Inspector for   die C. P.   istvat>on of ttiia  act   that   u.o   stand- ��� and exported for treatment abroad.  R. Crow's lNreat Division, itril prices of pig lead in London, Eng- '     J. y.ud    bounties   'shall  cease  aud  MioiiUl be ihr.de for icforfsstiiiir and that: steps'  ���,'iould be iateii.fo.r tlicrireneral presei-vritiou of  rorests by gnaidiut; aL'atnsi the wasteful destruction of timber. -."'. - "���       y  7 That the legLsltitu.ro and trovcrmneut of the,  province should '.persevere ui the cfl'ort to secure  the exelnsioivof Asiatic labor.  ���   .     ''���  S That the matter of better tenhs' in , the'way  'ii subsidy and.appropriations for the. province  ���diouid be vigorously pressed upon the. Bduiiit-  iou governntcnt. ���      ��� y    ,     ; ���  D That the, silver-lead industries of ;tbc.province be.Xcistiircd and encouraged by ���the': impo.s.i-.  tiou of increased customs duties oh lead and  lead products iinported into Canada, and that,  the Conservative.,, mem bars of -tlie-'-Dominion  I To ure be1 urged to support nisy motion iutro-  ilueeci"ior sutdi'y. purpose.'     t  '" '.' ���: '  10 That as-iiidus.t-riai  (lisi.utes aimo'st invay,  i-ibly result r'n great loss anil inj'ui1.." both, to the  parties di.-e'ctly.cn'itcuF.uui.i, and ;.ro   tbe'.public,  ii'Sfis'latipu should' be passed'', to 'provide 'mean.-  ������'  for an amieabie   adjirstiuent  of -sueh dispute's  between cinplovers and emplovees. -  t 11 That it .is'advisable to foster thcmauufac-'  riireof the raiv products of the proviheo within"'-  tlie proviheo as fiir us practicable  by means.oi  taxation on tlie said  raw products," subject  to.  rebate of the same iu wliole or-part when manufactured,in British Columbia. ���   ���-':���-  A��SAT1E1M.9  rf toed  ^^'i laud, tixoeetla $12 IPs, per Lou  of  '2U\) determine ou the   30th   clay  of   Jime,  _        jibj., tueh bouuiy shall be * educed pro- lfc  Jl  til ' . Ml^iIAtt   ^Olli,.,.  \a if*\ ' noitionalelv by  amount   oi  such   ex-        r , .,      .       .    ,       .  ^ ^O . iu ���    J Manager Jauics  Lrouui   ot   the   tot.  ^K^ .cess.  *tera^j C.'' '���'5  >     :',. Pay ment of said bounty   may   be  ! made from lime to time) tu the   extent  Eugene is in loan   .Francisco  and   will  not be home for two weeks,  John A,   Finch   ar.d   J.  S.��*  :i^m-=-��ct��?  Prewry,  ��� Oi' '<0 oer ce'U of th"   full   b-iuulv   au--: bo'h directoid of tbe company, aie au-  thorivLd, subject to adiustnicut  at   lbc I thority fur the etatment   thnt  the St.  A       ,    ���     , " r.     ,   ,,    .' F.uge'50 will leoren immtd'.iielv.  ciom of  each  fiscal  yw.   It   fit  tho ���      "    , n ���, - -i   ��     -     " <i  ,   ,. ,, Croat Britain is said   to   oo  on the  close of any year it   shall   anpei-.r  that; ^^ q[ u ]ml fa���liuC|  dming tlu: vciirthe  uiuiutity   of   lend,     ,he 0l,ll;Ul 0ficad in ]?titish Coluhv =    _  piudiiceei on which tlie bounty   '-j   au- '\j'i   liviriii"   tlie    pa^t    few    vearQ   has i v.jte'polled in each wnnli at iho last municipal  ! tnt'ii^cU; exceeds W.OUO   tons   of  '2000   been us  follows- Tb.j.In other electoral districts', o:ie' eielosjato  GonsSrvatiye Conventions. ���  At.ameetinirot tiio executive of tllo-'i'roviii-'-  clal Conservative Association, held at Vaucon-  T er,.the province.was divided into live divisiony:  tor. orgauizatiem ���purpose.'?. Tho. .Kootenav.  Houhdary division is mado tip of the following  provincial.electioii districts.- Reve'stolce, Columbia, J-'ernie, Cranbrook, Yinir, Kaslo, Siocau,  Uiiind l-*ork'", the'Ci'y ot'l'-ossland aud tbe City  of Nelson.. At the same m'uetiug.ilie. followiui;  le-'oliitioas. wtiro adopted;:        ' . ���-,  1That e-ouveutioiis  for iioniiiir.tinjr''. eaindi"'  dates for members oi   the   k'ifislaiive.usscmbly  be made u-uof delegates cliosen as follows:  fa) In city electoral districts, one delegate fov  every fifty and frueriou of fifty votes, polled at  the provincial election held in WOO,  and if tho  | city is divided, into   wards,' tlie proportion ot  I iirlegates for each ward shall be based on tho  iy'fimyon want anything,' stylish and neat go to (  Hf �� 1  AJul  i; ;^.'jChQ,3leading Iiadies ahd G.eutS turmsnerb.  c-   '        ~hiiiii>in*  -  * ' *_'_.. .  ������������ii'iinr -* " "      '* -���|*i*rt***1    -  a>  ncrminnMiM  $jgE��$^^ I  Cj'.-isaAuLMjfsit i��iit>B,   I'.-oiit  Large m:mpie ioo-.u In connect to::  with huliso for commercial mcjn.��� licet  of nbcohunodaticno.  ft ;  Tile latest thing iu  Soots andlShoes--,  Hats mi Caps,  Slasswars.;  Groceries, Bfc  lt,= each, the r.-uj uf   bounty   -,ha!l   bo       ^!'U~y?'!!3"r :o'1'''  ,duc,d toyucha  .urn   a-,   vill   bru- ���     VMl__27,;VA\  ivo*.  ! tlit? payments for the year within   the ,     1 <.>():>-.-Id,20*-! terns.  J hunt mviUioi-cd in tjocl!o:i '. ,   | The bonus will  coier   au  output  of  |     :'..  (f at any time it shall   appear'   loj:-'v*.!t.'  tons.  i ?;.ute<�� Nei;'-it.vi'i.. |     WAV'L'ED-^'ill   hands   and    bath  !      Jo!:r. I'hillipj, a tailor by   ti.i h1   who j men.    "'trhe-a    ivagc:   \<aid   io   good  I *,\.is hit" by the   v,i-,t   bor.iid  par-rensc: ; PiUn-     \V.ut:-bi*i - Saw Mills, one   mile  <!.i'" hu-l ".'.'.j'-"   e'i'd r  ...:.... 11.1.  tr.un near llyan one day hu-i ���v.-o'-"  i't'd  r.hr���  (.'i;uil':���. i: brsii!- j  .; hia liijuiies :;  t.d  Sunday   meirutng,  st '.>' ov.  Uahon.  'a.-  , well    J.!iov;n     ;n   Aiacleud;   .ind     h'ul  i v.iub'jd for a biu;rt time in   '"i-i-l.n:!*-:.  i li I said t'-iit lr,   w.  ..in j;\ '*.i nl.'.llv.  ���jh'-hi  uii'j.d-  .   m.  .iio'si'- - ii.imii'.y   >cho':l  i  i  y m.'ll er  v-  <!)i>i' '- y-'-v'cc  nd..,    ....  Preach.;ii-i   at     " .o0  tc.'-t ���    ''Will a ma*}   rob   Cod?'"  ". .t:.     h'Uet --"A.-named of-'osus  A 11 'ire we'' nr'p  l  lor eery llfty'or fraction of fifty votes polled at,  tbe provincial election held iu 1900, the, dele--  yues to be apportioned to polling plaeesi or as  near thereto as will be fair to the voters of tho  dtlftjreut, neighborhoods. , .-.;���'  ���J The, e'eeti'ju of'delegates shaU.bc at'pubih;  m-ietiugs, held at a designated central place ui,  cacti polling division, or in each ward in city  electoral districts, if the city is divided, hue  \vf.rds. Ac such public meetings only those  who pledge themselves to vote for the candidate or candidates selected at tlie nominating"  convention yluili be entitled to a vote for delcr  irntes.     .',..������������ . .'.   .";       . i  ' ,: Two weeks' notice shall begrveil of tJi"-' pitl.*-  liu meetinysat which delegates aro to  be elect",  id, aud nouiiiiatinic oonveiitidrii shall .be, held  in  city electoral  district-: "t'wo'drvys   after tin!  dnyoii   which   delegates   aro  ch;cicd,  and it:  1 ot.'ier ek'Ctoval districts seven ilr.ys  after.   Al'  I iiorninatioixs   throughout,  the.   pror'nuio to  bo  1 in ...de'at   a   dcsi^na'ted   centrs'l   place.in each  !   eiicior.-u d.'s'.rii-.t, a.'iid on tb.e same day.  ;    i i^ All notices of the ibuo of publio .meetings  ��� . id. 'the "jlcuion of delegates lo'iioiulnatiusj eon-'  Milt  I ' eutious, ibe   I'.piio'.ntiner.t   <:i  delegates, and  ' J tin: ldtico and d-ite of   liohiiuat't1.^- conveedions  , i" ti'io several electoral   ''leclorv.l  electoral dis-  : ii',;!.-! sliidl bevprepared by t-ho   member   of  the  i M'owivo of '.'he division in. viiich tire electoral  ��� ���ah veil (�����: Cb.imbt.i!.d;r-3   !-Jto:"tvh  &lcntl(jiiai'fcpo for Commoncial nnd Mininy ^q\1 ;^| i|LlCllHCOCfli &  : aim  , ti ci  ' i  l". 11"  iliev  .'.ibuls  ��.  ���Iv. .;,. i".  I'l'l'I M'.'   ' ''i.1 A v  mco  tryu.tii^^^   ���.",, ;a. iu a,, |!(,u .,( t .;5C p. nl  .']. *'.  'Y Al LOT., Pi'-f'^Or | in-tric.ls are, situate, and issecd'over  tlte names'  |  n the president and seereiary of  ib.e l.'roviucia.l  riunday ochool   at  V"?  e'"  dm t, .i I'lca-am ,riui,y;c[ . .  n,c J)lUy 0^ Watchiulnt^.."  ttend  ;:n.'U,  1'in'ii:,  ML ��� '���"���<  IHaCdOSlllHJ-.l-.u ta\oby:ilH��  ! PK.-.e-me'il o! the I'l^wclf--,   imnio"y   ih.iy     All a.e cn'di'dly   'nviled   ir;  ip-^cnU* :uul    ti'cnsill'.ei- the  di^r-t.i m. ; tbv-.e rcrvice��,  tt,  ']...".  !ii;o ii'pH1 ".  I'-o-.ur  i>iserv:'.tive Association.  A '.noelum of 'tire nrovinciiil e.waUiVo will be  "i til id. X'iMieOi'vCr  "ifiiin   ...  1W0nt-li,   tttui  the  d'lio for -holding district   nominating ciuiveii-  li'i"s will t.b'i'1' '>'e fi.veil.       JeMtX  HeiCs'i'ON,   '  I'fvtider.t of the proviiicia'  .   '.'on-erv.'ii. e Aisociat'oo. ���  '>*.:. :0!!,'J'.'."1.-   y 'l'r'",  ^^������^^maKaxr^xB!mmPMMmi!Ul!S  ���attHwwsiiw��MUMamiiMi<i��ingw Ji^HK^{-**<^M> &r-tt+-i~fri&*Q*f
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"As lf she bad been a piece of furniture.   Then   I   asked   where   my   husband was. and she said  he had gone
out for a. doctor.   So she made me he
down.   Prob.abiy I seemed to be there
on  that  bed,  bu,t  In  reality—my  own
reality—I wasi;playing iu thnt old barnstorming     company     and     studying,
studying, studying on long parts that
were always changing,  but sometimes
I was a little girl again in a town way
out In Michigan, running through the
streets, with my  long legB  dying «:id
iny   u«els  touching    the  back   of   my
head,  as   my  mother  used   to  sny.   I
stole   the   neighbors' ' flowers    In    the
scented   June  evenings  and   stn'd  out
under 'the   little   whispering   stars   till
my   mother came,   weeping   with  anxiety, to bring me home.   And, strangely enough, right in the midst of it all
there  stood  the doctor,  a   tall,  gaunt
young   man,   asking   me   how ' I   Ml.
But where was my husband?
" Tie has not got back,' stud the woman. "I was afraid to wait any longer, so I got this gentleman, who is a
New York doctor stopping 'In the
hotel.' , ■        |
0"Then I  felt, something sharp pricking  my  arm  and, afterward  the  pain
was easier, and my mind suddenly he- j
came as clear as  It ls  now.   I   heard
tho  doctor  say  that   I   would   be  till j
right when 1 had had some sleep, and '
(hen my husband appeared, looking in •
between tho curtains that'hung1 by the'!
bedroom  door. -It  seems  that  he  had !
not   brought   a   doctor,   but   had   left !
word for one to come. j
"My husband remained ' there, be- j
tween the curtains, perfectly rigid, i
staring, pale as a ghost.   He was look- I
"You/" said the doctor.
Ing' at the doctor beside my bed, and
glancing up I saw that the doctor was
staring at him.
"'Ybul' said tbe doctor, and he took
three strides out ot the room, my husband backing away as tho other advanced.
'They whispered together: they
thought I could not hear. But, Brenda,
I would have heard them if they had
been in New York. r
"'She says you were married this
afternoon,' said the doctor. 'How is
" 'Who In the devil's name called you
In?', demanded my husband. 'Where
did you come from?'
" 'This ls state prison business,'
said the doctor, without minding the
questions. 'You aro living legally
separated from your wife, but you are
not divorced, and you never will be by
your own consent, for her father ia
paying you to behave yourself.'
" 'There has been no marriage here,'
said   my   husband.     'Don't   say   anything.    This is a mere freak or mine.
I'll  make  it  right  with  you   If you'll
keep quiet.'
" "You lie,' said the doctor, and then,
'Am I too hue to save her?'
"My husband answered'Yes.' Brenda,
how is it possible for a human being
to .utter a falsehood like that? I was
no more to him than you are except
that I had promised before Clod to be
his wife. And the doctor looked him
iu the eyes a moment and then struck
him acres'" the face with the hack of
his open hand and went out of the
. "-My husband mine to the curtains
and looked In; then he approached the
bed, and I groaned as loud as I could.
At that he seemed to lose his wits, fie
rati .around, the. room aimlessly and at
last .snatched his; hat 'from the. floor
and fuelled.out.' I suppose he was go-
,  tng for another doctor.
"'When   ho  was gone.   I  invented  an
errand and sent.thewoman away. Then
■I  got up and  dressed.     I  doh'V know
how It was,possible for me to do  it,
but I seemed to bo as light as a feather.   I got out of the hotel easily enough
and took a cab to tbe railroad.'station.''
I had not money enough for a sleeper,
so I rode in a day coach all the way to
New   York,   but   my   mind   was   In   a
thousand   places,   and   some  of   them
were beautiful, and I was happy there,
and again I was in terror and pain. .'
"When I deft the train at Jersey City,
my head was bursting upon my shoulders and the air was Ure. .'Honestly;.-
Brenda. when the ferryboat ran into
the slip on this side, I thought it was
the mouth of the Infernal regions. It
looked like a great cave full of names
and it seemed that I was being crushed
"hrust   iuto  it.     Yet   1   must
In the house im-ut know (liar ! Lr.vA.
been away thai night. They foiu:..1
tne ill and got a doctor for me, and tie-
fore the day was over I was nearly
well The doctor said I must have car-
en some sort of a thing—what do they
call It— I always think of tomatoes."
"'Ptomaines," said Brenda. "Oh. you
poor child; you poor, wretched, lucky
little Elsie.'   I am so glad, so glad!"
"Would you believe," said Elsie,
"'that that man tried to get my heart
back again, to plead his cause with me
Well, he did. and. though I had peace
for quite a long time, of late I have
been much annoyed by him. You enn
understand now why Clarence A]don's
love was torture lo me, why — well,
why I bought the picture of Tantalus
to look at, Brenda. Oh, I love him. I
love him eo much! Tho feast of the
heart that I can never bate! He Is
everything I want. Brenda."
"But why In the name of all martyrdom should you hesitate to tell this story to him?" exclaimed Brenda.    "What
bar can It bo to your marriage?"
•'     "One day," said Elsie slowly, "when
I   was   beginning  to  love  Clarence, so
that my heart sang of liim all the tunc.
I  was  walking on  Broadway and had |
stopped to look in at a jeweler's win- \
dow.    And I glanced up, aud Clarence,
was coming down tlie street with that
!     "The one who attended you In I'hll-
j adelpbia?"
!     "Yes." said Elsie.  "They were laugh-,
Ing aud .talking together,'and rl shrank
Into a doorway and died of shame us
they  passed.    Suppose  they  had  scon
!  mi;?"
"I think no harm would have como of
,  It," said Brenda. ' j
j     "Kuppose I married Clarence and we
should meet him 'then?"
"But,   my dear,"  exclaimed   Brenda,
"take tho wildest possible supposition.
Say that this doctor believed the worst
and  told  it  to  Clareuce  aud  lived   to
finish   tho  story,   which   unless   he   Is
Samson reincarnated ls not possible, It
would make no difference.   Unless Clarence can believe you absolutely against
every   other   voice   in  the   world,   you
don't want to marry lihn anyway."
•  "You  don't know  men,"  said   KIsie,
shaking- her head!    "One  little  doubt,
aud there Is misery for a  lifetime.    I
heard Clarence speak once of a woman
who had gone wrong.   It frightened my
bones until they turned ,to dust In my
"But, Elsie, you haven't done any
wrong," pleaded' Brenda. "You were
cruelly deceived"—
"I ho more than tha others," replied
Elsie.   "Every woman who goes wroug
is deceived, or there would be no wrong
Tho point ts,  Brenda, that that  is not
the way to get married.  No really good
girl ever does such a thing.    I should
have had diy mother and my friends to
see mo make my vow.   That is the only
right way;  your way, Brenda, th,e way
of your world,    And, besides, I'haven't
told you all.   I am really bis wife."    ,
"What do you mean?"
"liis wife from whom he was sepa"
rated*was abroad  at the  time."  said
Elsie.    "She died two days before my j
marriage.     That's   why   I   called   him
my husband all tbe way through   the j
, story."
Brenda was speechless for some sec
oeds before the spectacle of this fatality, o
' "I don't see that that makes it any-
worse," she said at Inst. "Better, I
should say. Such a marriage can be
easily annulled. It docs not even require a divorce."
"It requires legal proceedings," said
Elsie. "It mean3 publicity and branding. It means that Clarence Alden's
wife will be marked as a woman with
a past, with a romantic scandal attached to her name. It would be bad
enough. Brenda, for him to marry me
anyway, but an actress, with that
story fastened to her! Well, you know
what all the world would say. No; I
would rather die. I would rather he
should uevor know. I'd lie lo him,
Brenda, If necessary—1 have lied to
hini, as you are a ware-rat ber than he
should think me the sort of girl who,
on a hasty acquaintance with a man
abouc whom she knows nothing, would
run away to a strange city, trusting to
luck to be married there."
Breuda kissed Elsie's hand again
very tenderly.
"I'll tell you what, my-d^ar." said
she; "the fact is tiiat you have brooded
over this matter until you arc not quite
f-ane about It. I really mean what I
say. Now, this Is my advice to you:
Tell Mr. Alden this story Just as soon
as you're stiong enough to do it and"—
Elsie gripped her hand hard.
"I  have told you this ii; confidence."
.-ho said.    "Give me your solemn word |
that you will Dover brc.-it/ie one sy Ma- j
hie of it; that'you will help me In every way to conceal Iti    Promise!",,
"The word and honor of one who
loves you, Elsie," Bretida answered.
'"Whatever you wish I will do."
"You are so good to mo!" said Elsie,
letting her head sink back Into tut? pillows.
•' "There Is one thing more." said Brenda. "Did be, your husband, strike this
"Don't ask me that," cried Elsie. "I
can never tell you how ,"l. got this
wound. Think what -a frightful1 .burden that kuowicdgo would be to you if
I should die."
possessed   hy   an   unusual   excitement.
Aldeu's greet!!*;.;   was dimply.  "Whai'd
the mattei ?" aud the words vt'cvo spoken In great anxiety.
"Nothing—nothing at all,"' replied Fi-
i ■- .'•< p/.rt ' o Jlr. II a renin t :'''-1-
Uff»   ,n in   I lint SHu«'"» ,'t'
i> i en  .Vli   1 ho   flier
].iink   oui    for   the 'a.\"e   a   men
in grind  when lie begins to jolly
t'O.l .
i  mendorf     "Miss  Miller is better than
"We'll bcghi with -4."
ever.   She ought to be dead after what
she,'s been through, but she Isn't.  She's
fine, I assure you."
"'What has sho been through?" demanded Alden, 'and' (he detective bo-
came singularly embarrassed. He would
Bay nothing except that Elsie hud had
a hard day.
"But I've struck a little clew lu the
case," ho continued, brightening, "It
looks to me like a suro tiling. But don't
ask what ft is just yet. All I want Is
the names of all the doctors you know
In Sew York."
"All the doctors 1 know!" echoed Alden in surprise: , "Isn't that rather a
largo order? How am I going to re-
mem ber-them all?"
"We shan't need absolutely all." said
the detective.    "You can  skip the old,, pose, is to
Mr Albert II. Eeako, Supi i inton-
' dent oi Technical and Manual Training and I loured,old Science, has i e-
portod <o the "Minister ot Ediu at i.m
the result *■ of h.1- <A.r- -i M-1 ions made
during hif. recent l rip to inspect the
, schools of ''-eiv York, Brookhn, Jersey City,  "'id 1'hilU'delphia.
After     detailed   reler, nco.s     to      the
Aiivriruu  system   ol  ed neat ion   in   the
subjects     of     I,is     department,     Mr.
Leake calls    attention     to   the    fact
that     the    public   schools     sen.-  the
community    lless  than   one-fourth     of
the'lime,   and   only   a   small    portion
di   the'community   at   that.   But   they
could,   ho  said,   be  utilized   not     only
for   the     education   of   the     cliildu-n,
but   as  well     for     the general educn-
, tion   of   the  community,   and' at   present   ho     b'"'li'l\e.s, the   public     school
falls far short of  what   it   might     do
for  the pubhc w.-lfare.
But  what can be  dune for the education  of a  community  more  than  is
now'done in  tho  public,,  schools,,   he
asks?   This,  ho continues,   is a , proper question, and the Speyers School
, (Pennsylvania),     will     undertake    in
, part, to  answer  it.     Thi.s school  pro-
' poses to place its entire plant   at the
disposal      of   the     community     after
school   hours   afternoon   and   evening",
and   all   day on  .Saturday,    holidays,
anil     during  the     regular   vacation.'".
The   gymnasium      and     kindergarten
rooms  art-  so  arranged as  to  be easily   used     for public     lectures,  social
meeting's   and   entertainments.    Boys'
clubs, girls' clubs, anrl mothers' meetings   will   be encouraged.   ,,The   gymnasium,   baths  and   library,     will    bo
open  to the public  v.hen not actually
needed   for   the  school.   Classes     will
be formed  to    meet   afternoons    and
evenings    in     sewing,     cooking    and
housekeeping',   in  music,   in.free  hand
drawing-  anil  design,   and     in    woodworking,   and in  othor. simple    industrial    arts.      llegulnr     night   school
classes will  bo formed  jf there    is   a
demand for them.    ,in short,  the pur-
servo the community    in
The weakest in.in is he who cumiot
ke'cp his secret; the strongest, if, he
who overcomes his wrath; tin- most
patient ii he who conceals his poverty, the richest is he who in content   with   what, he has
''In-     K h;i,>,,.,.
bre< rJi-rs,   .na!
birds   of   |jj,.s   |i|!m
werp, carrier,   win
ra re
H'-  J A
-i v,-*y^
•opb- sometimes count their chick-
l.ofoie the ogi's are laid
A woman
when he i^.
for   u! to in
m  ,i
•" 'i   !,,
!' ,i,';l,,i
ermcloi.s   ( ( i
sieians conic hjgli.
&nd Sciattca, BSstressing KeadacSsss autl frizzy Sr8ir£/li8
SHade Life Wretched—Doctors airaeS f?^ed2ujjipQ^"?SI«
■■■■   hfi$stfc£*
ed Nothing, but Oure Game with i-'he us® of
« f.   5   V
Instead  qf giving you  reasons  why , dneed   in  flesh,   ,uid
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Elver Pills should J health and.spirit.s.
.      . .     . I     " After     undercfoii
cure you.    we    prefer to    quote from '
the experience of the cured ones.
This c.-se, of Mr.„Haines wiih unusually sciioiis because it was of twenty years' stundin-.r, and had resisted
the c-.To't'-* of two physicians and all
sor-us of treatment, lt is merely nn-
cth."- illustration,, e>f bow Br. Chase's
K on ,'y-Eiver Pills reach the'seat" of
disc .m' and  cure  wlivii  other     means
ones and the fat ones and the short
ones. In fact, I want a tall, thin, gaunt
mRn, and If you could romutnber walking down Broadway .with him awhilii
ago, perhaps two months"— <
Alden laughed gently. i
"I say, Brother Elmendorf," said he,
"you're rattled, areu't you?" j
"Perhaps I am," the detective admit- !
ted. "This new clew absolutely stand;* j
my case oh its head. It seems to prove
squarely and fairly that everything 1 ,'
had figured ou was not only wrong; it ,■
was upside down. However, let us not ]
be'hasty., Let us think about the doc- \
tors.   I'll take a list of.th-. :i." j
And he produced pencil and paper '
for that purpose. '      j
,   "Now,"   said   he,   "we'll   begin   with '
A. j
"Tall, thin, young doctor, whose ,
name begins with "A?"' said Alden.,;
"I don't know any; but. passing to B, !
there's Blair." , i
Elmendorf  leaned   back  against  the
wall and put the pencil and paper Into
his pockets., j
"Do you  mean fto  tell  me  that you1
knew Dr. A. G. Blair before this case j
came up?" he asked In a sort of hope- I
less tone almost laughable. I
i "Why, certainly," replied Alden.   "I'd '
met him." j
"You  showed  no sign  of  It over at !
Mrs. Simmons'," said Elmendorf. i
■ "Didn't   I?     Weil,   the   Lord   knows1
what I did there.    Blair certainly bow- '
ed to me." |
"I  was  watching you," said  Elmen- •
dorf.    "However,  this simplifies  mat- i
ters.   You didn't know Blair well'.*'        j
"Not intimately.    I'd met him several
times,  and,"  he added,   with  a  smile, .
"I may have walked down  Broadway :
with him. but I don't remembir." >
"It's only a Btuall matter," said  the
detective,   with   a   resumption   of   hl3 '
usual demeanor.    "I want to ask Blair '
a question; that's all."
"Til go over with you," sail Alden.
"Wait till I have seen Kendall." |
He walked toward the doctor's room :
and at the first turn of tho hall encountered Brenda.
every, possible way, ,anrl particularly
to experiment in ways and means of
bridging the gap between the close,
of the public 'school work and the
time when young men and women
settle down to permanent employment at eighteen or twenty years'
of  ago. r,    , -   ,
_ t':i-.i:i.I.i'.s   ^JiM't-ni ;!>l,s
Canada s     Parliament  always   carries  on   its  rolls a  multitude  of helpless   ones,   says  Tlio  Toronto    News,
The   most   that   ninny   of  them     ever
do   is to lend a hand,   now  and  t.hen,
when  some triJlimr si rvjee e>f a clean
and   agreeabl"    character,   like    packing  and  unpacking  documents,   is    to
be  clone  in   the  oilice  to   which     they
are   attached,' and   wheie-   they  spenel
most of their time    writing persona]
letters,   telling stories   or residing the
newspapers,  which aro  subscribed    to
by   the  Department.   Of  course,   there
are exceptions to this  rule,.     There is
one  man  in     the    Public Works    Uo-
partment  who  is  a  vvry    respectable
chixen,   and   who   declinfsj     to    make
an   attempt to    kill-time.       At    one
period  he0 was tlie?   "most noted   man
in   the  Department.        Although     the
rvident   intention   of   tlie  patron who
trot  him his job was   to   provide  hira
with   a  sinecure  he   was   as     re|>iialr
*:■   the  ciock  in  reporting for     duty,
and,   to   the  astonishment  of     everyone .concerned,     when  a  big snowfall
occurred   and   the     drifts   wore  piling
up  alongside  the  western   block,   , he
appeared   at-   the  door   of  his     chiefs
ohice and  demanded a  shovel,  il   was
handed to   him as a .toktv,  but he was
anrl resolved  to earn
f"w  minutes   later ho
knees   in   the     heavy
paths     anel   cleaning
"Mr. William Haines, farmer, of
Thorold Township, near Po.'lt Rob-"
inson, \\elJaiid County. Out., states:
"1 havo been '.uhject to severe and
distieasing headaches since, boyhbod,
and i.i la tor life llibs became complicated wit'll rheumatism and sciatica, and altogether my life was
made miserable. , The headaches
were accompanied with di'/,/ine.'"s and
vomiting, and I wan for days and
often   weeks   unlit   for   anything.    As
two   duct ors    nun   ;•
mesne and  patent   ;,,,
mo<it gave  up ui d, - ,
these  eifd  me  any   ts ...
"Eoruinately     1   !„ _
Chase's   Kidney-I.'y,"
that if J' were o:ii\   ,„
be   a   wonder,    lit...   ,.
in   using   these   puis
enme    when     th,    \,,';
nearly   twenly    i.-,-.
appeared,       1   h,!<i
Ilesh.   arid     been:,  ,,,
joy   life.       For   Un,
iho credit   is dee  i,.
ney-f.iver   Fills,    en
cea.se   to   recomi.,1' i.
the   opportnnil v  c,.,
Dr.    Chase's '    K,,
have   o't tained      >} ,,
because , they     ki.c.
On© 'pill   a'
at   all   deal.
the   trouble   advanced   1   bccamo    ro-', Bates &  Co..  Toi urn..
, *" fe'MSlHRg'j
■"* '';^few
,. ' ~ 'pi&'wsHi
1." A [«'>'•
- f »ii!a
ti. us':.!
••I )<>! di
i n
Ni«t n ponuy .town,    SimpUdi
card wi.b yowr rintnu nnd >u'.iry-.
ward yii'i   at  i>uco   one of   inj-  !>y.
■ hisb k'rnfl,' Kleotric Bell.s     Vou c«n rise it thr. c months, Hirii ii/i> mo if i-te
priro will  bo ouly  half, wbm others ahW for ihoir inferior belli,.   1! . ,ij;-,-.
rolrirr. tbo H»-li to run at rn> uipnnso hdcj YOUR WOKD WILL Vl-U'iDK    I
lo trust jii.i (Millrely, knoiviurf thui I havo thu l>e>l and io >.t j.»rfi. •:.'}"!' .,
lo-ilay. no-J nlno an:t> in t<jn alw.ijs pay when cured
Thli nio.lorri boll in lh« mo^r porffict nnd <-omp!«te ertu rovenfil. Jt A-ril cr« i
r.iscs of RhourDBtism Varlcor-elo, iDdi^o-.tion. Ltimbn(,-... U o.ilr H.iclr, K,'li»v. Im:
rtod Stomach Compl.nnn. I.onoi bh.1 thosa moiLu^hsbs rau-rd l»v db'i •«(")! -i<r4.i '
will kIso soud sbsolotaty       ' ■
A b«8iiutQl ilinstrBled Medical Honk which s.huul'1 ho ri". i
will bo -oot itav  soalo/1 in pl.-iln wrHpiior, nil cliiirrca'- jirepniii
for tho riskitiij.    Uoo't ueidoet thi^ se'eiidid upporlu:.ilv lo it •
yVrito to-iiny ' ' "
ir~i y.-i-w,
ft -A-'sm
- ArA%m
li    ACL
'03      Tfi.\>'
-,'ii I" Y.Hy'
2362 SI. Gathcnnj
St.,   Montreal, tyut
-' As-m&
i tMi
is   I--SS-
in dead carries
his pay, and ;
was up to liis
snow, cutting
gutters  as   if    he
had   bo-ii   born
th« wage-earner's estate, instead of
coming from one of the. best families
in  AVestein   Ontario.
I-'lo .Justice I.onril.
.Justice     Lount     was
a joke,   and  his good
"Water In the Kalahari DeiHerr.
The bush men in the Kalahari desert
often Jive scores of miles from places
where water comes to the surface.
During a certain part of the year sharp
storma pass over tho Kalahari, covering the apparently arid region with tin
brightest of verdure and filling for a
few short days the water courses Willi
roaring lorivnts. The biishmen know
how to iind water by dyeing in the
bottoms of these dried up river beds.
They dig a hole three or four feet deep
and then tie a.'.-sponge-io the end of a
hollow reed. The sponge absorbs the
moisture at the 'mot torn of the hole,- and
tlie native's draw it into their mouths
through the reed and then .empty it into
calabashes for future use.
The animals that inhabit such wastes
as the Kalahari, are of course' accustomed to living upon very small and
infrequent supplies of water. The IJech-
ua'na do not. lead their cattle to the
drinking places often er- than oiice in
two or three:days. It is-said that goats
in the Kalahari frequently pass months
without water. ;< y   " >
.st or j   ofi lip
The  late  Mr.
always fond   of
heir or   was  contagious.    An   anecdote
ahout  him  is   being  re-told.    Jn   'lays
gono  by  he  was a young  lawyer   at
Barrio,   where  also  Mr.   D'Arcy Boul-
1on  had  a  law ofKce.  Mr.  I.ount,'   in
driving home one dark     night     when
the  roads 'were' blocked   with     snow,
ran  over    a calf.       The  farmer    demanded     510.        Not     having      that
amount   in   his   pocket.       Mr.    Lount
told   the farmer his  name  was   Boul-
ton,   of Barrio,  and    to  call     and see
him.     Tn due course  the  farmer called   upon   Mr.   Boullon,   then   a  candidate   for    Parliament,   but   he    indignantly     denied     responsibility.      Tha
farmer   then   took le^ul   advice    from
Mr.  jyoiint    in  entire, ignorance     that
he  was   the  real , delinquent.     Lount
undertook     to    "seo"      Boullon,     lo
whom    he   addressed     the     following
weighty   arguments.    That  no    doubt
the   farmer   was   mistaken,      but     an
.election    was     coming  on,  etc..;-. Mr.
.iJo.ulton  paid  up,  and  at.    tho     next
county    Bar    Mr.    I.ount    told     the
whole .story  with great  enjoyment;
■,■:- of oil
lo acquire
had. in r.ut. ,-j very genius,
fur friendship, and the ein le lhat gathered round hhn In his later years included not o'.ily poets, scholars and
men of letterr-, but the most prominent
painters, actors, 'musician'-',, doctors
and  statesmen   in   Kimland.
and jiimtii lino u, ict i must nave
had some part of . iny .senses, for I
found a cab'nnd gave the driver my
address. And so 1 'came home from
my wedding journey, Brenda. I. let
myself in with my key, aud the people
^/^PS^TOlLDEN- looked .- In nt St.
Winifred's about 0
o'clock, as was his custom before .- going to
dinner. He had always left word where
he should dine and
had never gone far
from the hospital.
Ou this occasion he met Mr. Elmendorf at the head of the.strdrs by which
one ascends from the street level within the structure. Tho most unobservant and preoccupied person could uot
have failed to note that Elmendorf wna
, Her lieanoii.
Dr. Porter had responded to a note
left at Ids door by a farmer asking
him to go as soon as possible to'see his
little hoy, who had "a very bad cold."
The doctor took oue look at tlie. child
and turned to the mother.
"Don't you know your boy is coining
down    with    measle3?"   he  asked   se-
VG#]i'- |". .
""Yes, doctor, I knew he was," said
the woman.
"Then what in the world did you
mean by writing me he had 'a very bad
cold?' " asked the doctor. ■ '
The-woman hesitated for a moment;
then, looking at her husband, she said,
with sullen frankness, "Neither him
nor mo knew how to spell measles."
I*r< Kcrvlris Nlaprnrn   1'nll.s.
The  Americans,  having gone to tli«
limit      in    commercializing    Niagara
Falls   by  harnessing  the     power "'on
their  own     side and   decorating     tho
banks   with   factories,   arc  putting up
a   tremendous   appeal   for   the' preservation  of    the natural     beauties  . of
the., great    cataract, . with   a   -.special
protest   against    -the'commercializing,
of  the   Canadian  side.   J t   is   too   bad
that,    the    primeval  beatity    of    the
.surrounding   scenery   cannot     lie   preserved,  but  it  looks yery  mu<;h as if
'the  fi'.lh-i   "vyas   too   valuable    commercially   lo be maintained as  tho greatest  sI.mw  on earth for   tourists.       An
un tone heel  gold mine  would     also    bo
an   interesting    exhibit     i'eir     curious
visitors,   but   to   allow   it   to   remain
untouehr*}  on   that  account  would   bo
an   expensive way   of   gratifying   curiosity.—Ottawa Citizen.
lie   Knciv   V."]»:it   Ii   Wa«.
certain minister, while passing
down tbe village street, observed ono
of hi& parishioners seated at Ids cottage door snowing his broth.
Thinking this an unusual proceeding,
he stopped and asked him what was
the matter.
"Oh," replied .John, "'ihe chimley is
reeking a bit, so 1 cam' outside to "sup
ma broth. Ye had better e.an In and
gie the missus a bit r.dvhv nb<.o< it."
The minister had scarcely opened the
tloor when ,n female voice exclaimed,
"Is thatythtio a'gyen, thoo awd rascal?"
And the minister's hat wascrushed
over his eyes with a'• stool,
Without making n remark the minister closed the door and, stepping up to
where'.John sat. said /solemnly, "John,
our chimney at home smokes• some-
timr-s too!" *
121E, m St., Ha\r Tort, Bept-J   / j
Gentlemen r— I linvo usoil y
•will you kindly send mo one.
E»»p«ctfully youm,        B
It Is an nbsout«ly rollnMcrrrd' ' ..'..,i
Splln..,   Oyrb^jUriKhouc,^-^ f<
i tlnlmont for family us«j 111 « f A]\iOl
"A IVoatlso on Iho Home,'  Ui"^"
buncl* and lrnvo« no aenr.
al*o "
atldreaa' ....
Tin-   I'.ii;
' A man's sensibi
of a jolt when l-.e
eat  a'    pretty   but for
'It! IV.
one thinks  it.  lined   that tbe  butt
is' not,   allowejl   to  liv,... 'its  little
free   from     molestation.       Soniel
one   feels  sorry   that   the   bird
huvo so scant a b leak fust.
i. i.i' '
ities get  somewhat
.sens  a  pretty  bird
ly.       Sometimes
i      life
Tcllinji;  oftlie  llnby.
When n Dutch baby makes Its arrival, =the  fact. Is .'announced   by  a  man
wearing .a black, coat and a white tic
who is hired by' the little one's parents
to go round   to. all  (heir   friends  with
packets of sweet.'i. which are ■appropriately decorated with a picture of a baby   :iii(l   aii   angel.   The  confection
made   of   aniseed   and   sugar.    Rough
sweets   signify    the 'birth'  of   a   bow'
smooth sweets that of a girl.   The chi'l- |
dren of the-families to whom they are '
sent cat the sweets'Bpread upon  (heir
bread   and   butter.    In   the  eighteenth '
century   the birth of  a' child   was announced  by  tying a  pincushion  decorated with hieeaiid ribbons to the door
knocker of the parents' house.
An   IimnlmiKc   Convernncton.
UK   Phoiio.rraiih. Allnim- Won't y
may me „ tune. Miss I'lionc-rraphv
Al'sa. I'honogrsipl, (bsislifiillv)-i nm
UTy sorry, 1,,;- I (,u,not ph.y without
my «ceonIs._i»j,ii„(|{;j,)uJ.l Ledger IF ���" i "j ���ai"1"^*-/.. '"T  J.r.- ���-.yi*,-��!?,*T  f ,.    l-.^V',  '        . '/i # A'* 1  .". -���e'^.rfJV  I '.   ,,    X",    .r,^--.-^  ,"   -, 'V' 1'3��K&  ii    ���.'"(''���'���''p.  ' r I*     ���'!***���.  '''$rM<r\  '��  S,-"'  bII-IE  MOYIE LEADER.  |  Ol,.  .MOYIE,    B.    C.  r-, u-  Ti.e  on.d  ' -t   J?1 �����*"���'���.*������� S*"  ' -'-". 7j*^*fpInT��IPcS'*�� W��utt����<al VTo��t��rn yHtr.  !    "*!'S?'^Wtodeifc.l V��. st���upon whoso Prairie Plaia  '    -l^f,'Incieh p-efusion bond-- tlio geldea grain.  ���' ���,"���'iM:KaiJ*nd ���-<- f.ivoied by Heaven's smile of grac�� ;  ;' 'V'tifH^Koiand l !lt l'i1"'''rc' lifts *uch happy face.  L.ff.'^^nSiEatii.'d > f��r ��ifl-'' orfa"n aild,?ll0w6r  it on .Manitoba m rich~dowor.  ^<f'^^^J^S'li&rio5t Rroator thnii what yet has boon :  f��jjlfg0iSg& Prairie I'roviTTce of all land's tha Qu��*a', ,_,  bl��,i4'feSLSS. I he next minute a score of well known  SftfifBrin? i'ie Farmer plows tho virgin soil  ���pyM'P^iio^' ��s"i"1"* n'ari t,'�� ii,odi,ct of *"���** toil,  j.y^3d��5s^ello.v-, day, and now the fruitful ear,  Tlie  Parlii   Caff.  The Paii* ;��� 'siaiir.tiit r. fi��'i, ���',(���  .'-ervative views of th" i'rcrichi'i ,a  I I'jrisian    loves   to   sit    on   ui-.,  1 benched along the wall and as bke a  , not enter into talk with his neigh !,���'.-.  !     Again, the Parisian is a true de:..o'nil.  j Whatever Lis rank, he is wilh'n.r !o jo,n  I in the fun going forward.   I l.-mrm'ber  one night in the Cafe de Paris seeing a  ) Hungarian prince with a rent rolTof  j scores of thousands stalk up to a band  ' or his countrymen and take the first  : violin  from   the  hands  of  the  leader.  EARNED  POPULARITY  J. J.  Burns says   Dodd's   Kidnej  Pills Saved   His Life.  Cimltf Soirtfij Ml, hli'i.'p or Walk u hfti.  He Sou led t<> (Jac 'llicm- U'��� Trouble  t'onc for <son<l.  MSP  is'WTSSmiS  i.i ,';oMoii 1 o.'inty, ricii and rare.    .  er li l.-, co;no, and crowds tlio City throny  tr, > i- rewound with mirth nnd jovinl eoag'  u, i-ictioiiri, sports, i:o room for cars  i i i {{rounds of Winnipeg's Great Fair,  ,i ��� ii {{lndsoino Iioa.rl'inow colebrate  u ,, . .rid i-'iy tho City's Anuu.il Fete.  people were gathered before hhu. a  count Fang a love song; a ballet dancer  j from the opera obliged us with a remarkable' fandango; a sugar reiincr  gave us a comic patter.   Nobody cared-"-"!-- i^smriny--  A Bird  That  I'l* Feared.  Th? elster (Pica candata) is a birtf.  that is respected and feared throughout south Germany. It belongs to the  raven tribe and is about tlie size of a  dove, with black and white feathers  and long, pointed tall. It builds its  nest in orchards, and its life is sacred.  If it it! seen thre�� times in tucce.s.iion  oa the same house top in a place remote  from its home it is believed to be a  euro sign of death in that house. If it  flies over a house where any one is ill  and gives its peculiar cry the sick per-  j boh is sure to die, but if it does not  ^g^S^^^^S^S5^^gaS^S^^Ltrs^vT^. <CE>gasSEgi  CANADA'S LARGEST CLOTHING STOFSE  8  S^Jt  y Mail  i     I'uml.-y,   p.E.j., Juno 1 ��� (Special) ' scream the patient may recover.   It is  , --The  populaiitj   of   Dodd's     Kidney' better for the sick person if the bird  who his neighbor chanced to be.  It was '< -Uamlc*-,,   i.s  one  oi  ilthoe, Wondrous Wentorn Land,  ��rn'r- !"**1S to swell the chorus grand ;  P%'*$MMtte"ifip<l l inniphuiit atiaiiH our song wo rai*��  ":'"-"i i^ffSwicfi" net f> and clor.r, tribute of love and pralie.  jFoB'"-'" '"  m  --MMi  ���H. D.  good fun. That was suflicient.  Imagine a duke and an earl and a  rich merchant amusing the supper  crowd at the Carhon or the Savoy!  Decidedly they do these thing*, better  In France.���Paris Letter in Loudon Express.  Pills    in  Pi ince    i-yjward    Island has' does not come near.  b'*en  cinied   be   c.ies     complete  and J No one could be hired to bother these  L.  Burns,  Lot is,' birds for fear tliey might seek revenge,  ihe'  euivd,    and and if by chance one of them should  A) iilil)  Ins stuij   is <���, spl-'iidid examine of the  woik  Dodd's  Kidney Pills ai0 doimr. i  ' ; is3'-'^i|4iilMShi, ih  of .*\ir.ri;',,ni,  the   Iiish  po'-t  \ew  Uan.  ai'.v   edit ion   of his   works   is  il'.   Wl'Jli   .seventv   poeli s   Ii i t ii ���  -i ,bl:sh.'<!.  sttili  i a, leii'i i ji  X v ('-A'  r.iiis j.i.'  !'.e*y s*  t   Aui  '    ff-'^fai^*!��'!' '''1(l '������   ' '-ii'k''t  ' -!jis hist  Aiiii-  y,l'i;?|SuM  I   <" "el   '��'%> 'vi:.'i'S   hlNHlKVT  . J.yKlfsM^W1   '   '   ''"'t.'!   :'o!    -unburn     .in     im-  was about  to  give  up   when  an    ad-  I+ ��� .   j,      r      .    . , vertiseinent   led     me     to   tr\   Dodd's  It is suggested by Louis Habonrdin, a    Kidney Pills and they diet a woidor-  I-rench writer, that in each of the new    ful   work  for me.  die it is a sign of bad luck to the own-  fv���.  ,,,.���.  ,    u, -, ,.'  , ^r of the property where it was found.  ; Bu���: ?-r^��t yZo\ wS& \ ;e i 2;bir^a ���^< *?** (l05iv?r  'docto.s   pronounced   Chronic   Inflam- ' fiDd  m  tWs  way Ijrobab,y  DJore ^��  mation of the Loins and Kulnevs   In ! compensates  for the  fear it occasions  ( tho year   1890   it  e,ot  so   bad  that    I ; amollS lhe farmers.  | could   scarcely   walk,   sit   or  sleep     1  '���I  3  f    Mil"    ( olic    ,11 ���'!      t noLh-  ALh'iiKJ)   STOivIOS.  '.'euera!   Secrei.ny  stars that blaze forth in the heavens '  'from time to time we see tne destruction of a celestial body by a volcanic  cataclysm. At any rate, he says, if  part of (he earth's crust underlying the  ocean should give way our earth would  doubtless present in succession to a  distant observer (he same series of appearances that we witness in the case  of "novie," or new stars. Kirst there  would be an outburst of blazing hydrogen'from the sea water' decomposed  j -by the earth's internal heat, then fu- '  ! 'slon of the whole crust, reducing the  I glol>e again to a molten state, and then  To Induce Humility In n Peacock.  If you wish to take the conceit out of  a peacock pull out his tail feathers, and  as soon as he finds the "glory of his  'Dorld's Kidney Pills saved my life    plumage  gone  he  becomes  the  hum- ,  A suit offer of rar; iiriDortar.ee to til the men ef  the West.  Tailored ir ^ur own workrooms from ths finest  Imported Clay Worsted���Elut or Black-'-soft er hard  finish,  (guaranteed fast dye).  You may have a Single Breasted Coat or a Double-  Bjeasted.  Or you may have a Sir.eje-Ere.isted Sack Suit, from  the Finest Imported Scotch Tweed in any of a dozen  patterns.  Ve will send samples, instructions how to take  measure-nonls, and .'11 the information you Wint, or  lhat is in o".r power to send.  This ib the best $7.50 Suit made anywhere,  ���    Write to-day for our Illustrated Catalogue ot  1    ("hjllnii^,   Mat-,,   1'cots,    l**uru,   Furnishings,  5   Cigar-, ctu., rtc.   It's worth Dollars to you���a  Post Card will bung 1..  fy.*.  Manufacturer and Rc��taa2er,  -Ul  ���.nd thouerh years have elapsed since  niy cure I have had no trouble since  I used them.  "I belong to the I. O. F., and any  member can vouch for my condition  and that Dodd's Kidney Pills cured  me."  Dodd's Kidney Pills rimer fail 'to  eure any form of Kidney Disease onca  and for all.  A homing pigeon, belonging to  Lieut Ibrd F. Work, Point Garrison,  Victoria, made a record fliglii. helve n San I''i.'iiici<-{i) anil Vir-for.n  j the gradual extinction of its light ow- SJic left San Fr.uicisco tit d.i\lu<]it  I ing to cooling. ' As cooling would first fU1(l ani\ed ii, \ ictori.t at S :{'i <-.n  ] take place locally,   we should havo a ,f-,lfl  sc.me e\eni:iLr  ���'���-- j'variable   star,   the   elarkened   portions , ���   st.it i^tic.s    only [ being  periodically   brought   into   view  1,ouo.nun  d.es _ Dy tlie rotation of the globe.  1  1  [���'--'fr.c;.* Cer.sw-t  Bv  Ci-red  .ti'|ii:i'iieieie,,     it."  ;..-   iiiM-.e c-J     pi..:'tii<:i  -   unl>    one   way   to   turi'   ot>,.liicfi  e  "(,,y  rou.'a. it irienl-.l      ir;;ic<lii-s   {  is   1 nn.st.-il   I'.v   nn   ifitlumeU    con- .  , 1   u,i    :t,t.it>i..i    li'iiit,  ".il   the   I-.Uj- i  I .jln-     When    t.'.i.-   tubo   r,.'ts     ia- |  s    .;  I'.'.i1 a  ruitiulliiir  bOjri!   or im- 1  I i. ���!.;;, "hinl    w I.en    .t    1.-   eiuirul",  j  icaii'^'s   1-    '.: e    hjsuI',    Ull'i    Ulill".:'.  Ir. i.'i'.i'.on   en:    tie   lai^fii   nut   tlie!  ' ,���   1 ,-^. oui'   10   its   ie ri'i'irl     comli' 1  dos! 1 <ij eti   :"er  c". e-r . :  l'-ti   ui.'   i.r./:st'(l   hy   cr. ',  iiotliin^   but   n.i   i!iJ'.a.:m'.'  ll.'JlO'JS   siirf.ice-".. ' I  i/-if   11 iiiu.'re.l   Dolliirs   f��r !  ,',  V-,   unu'-cil   h.v citurrl:) I  .'ii   i,v   Hull "a    Cat.in h j  i' 1.--_: I >-�� 1 s    freo  A  Coi>if)IIme*ii1   to   file   Km-iuy'.  Chattanooga  ceek  was the dividlnj;  tl.t-y   tunnoi j ijno  l.ieiwe< n  the outpo-Ts of the  l-'e-d-  <ii    tl.j   e-.ir 1      . 1   , ,.���   1        . ��� 11  I er..l and Co'ili elrrate armies, and dur-  n :��r.v cv ��� Co  re  the  best  '!-.  rpoi t that ... ,   ,    , ,.  ir".    for    MMls! t!:.-n3;iIn;.M(,r  1,. :<li  ,1 i,  ing" a I'.iii I'i ho.-lilitirs the p.'.kcts of  bo'h eiiil'v.i'ifd 6iw anoilicr's acouaint-  ifii e. l..ivi;i'^ ,itr" -.'d i:or lo fir" on te.ie  ni2otli"i\ One C,.\y w.'ie1: the ciipi.'in of  the rii.'.'ii t,u:ir 1 saw G"i-er,.l Gr.iul.  with his -taif. a:,,)��*o.'i lii:y; he x,\! to  1 i.-: men, "Turn out the gu.*:.: ii.'r ihe  e".j::th audi:: : ;..-u.>ral.'" * Tl."> Coii.'' s'.v r-  atcs on ti,"1 .y.'::-!1 s.'il? of ihe iiv . not"  11:0: e th:i:i f.''y !,���,'; ;:%v.y. he.ird lhe  c:A, :\ and ihi-Ir i-..;i? sin. (oncei-'mg Ue��  ���ti, a of i>"y.;'.-: .1 to'iiplm,. i:t (o the <"���-.!  .���my,, si.*) :;<������;. ������'."-.���:-:i out (he guard for  th" {"onii'ii.���������'..������.,' l,'-:.";-.'.! of the l-'ed/ial  nvziiy."   'l"..e (".;  ct  attention   for several  mom"*.!',; ar.d  :<i .-��� ������ he rode awav.  An    invent ton  gas   out   of   ihdlk  Su.s.se\,_   ]��� nerlnnd  s'H ;u i.sii.j;  .su'-res .  tonr-     0/  (hull.  '.���"!'   toi..,  oi"  to! e  i'l cm   thi.s   11    !s   <  e 1 Lit-   '.-cl   .,;  ,  ( :  has  niaii'U.ii1 ,11. intr  been   11ied     in j  ' v. j'h.   it   N     ���~,{)Ai, l  I'-,'  ever y  l-,r.,.(!i e��i I  blest, most subdued and ashamed look- '  Ing bird that ever walked the earth.   A '  peacock in full feather is go vain and !  conceited as  some times  to   be  really  troublesome.   Not satisfied wjth-sinialb |  Ing at the top of his discordant voice  and with parading  up and down the  walks with expanded plumage, he will  attack cats, dogs and even children and  has   been   known   to' seriously   injure J  small  boys or girls that  were  incaii' ,'  tious   enough   to   venture   within   his '  reach. ' i  1  Plucking his tail feathers, however, j  causes all his courage to evaporate, i  lie will sneak around the yard like a ���  whipped spaniel, will keep out of si��ht .'  up much as possible, and you will hear j  nothing of him until his plumage has .  again grown. !  13      Toronto, Ont.     i,  'r-r'y.���tt?; w  j^w,--......���.,,, u-/ '.".uj .'^i'^>5^r^LfS.T?'"'^T"l'  r^k^i  r\  MADE FROM  llVlj  e  Oats  -   " IS THE  BEST  It is the Old Fashioned Brawn and  Muscle making sort.  eo?YRictti  Ilnnuis  and   I'ortlioi,  I  wiii   r.'c-   mixed  a!-out  1      CO1..'  Li need  'Sill     |,(  .i\e-e-  clllO  10 ."i.iu.ob'''  e> ilain. d  uf.aklv   ( iiiLUpr.x  Stunted, \\e.ilj\ rhiLbi'ii are th �� e '  whose 10.id riuis tl em 1,0 good. 1 e- I  cause the\ do j.nl (!i;;^<"t it prvjiiLiI"1" '  Keep the child's d!���. Mi\ u oiL-a'\' |  I 'gilt   .ll'd 11   Wi'l   <yi,v,    v.-   'I'    n<  .md i  [���:ii^S'f^*r.  1,1 (i   iVf. cr   v. ill   1 e  1    ...ie  i". moov    to:-  r.'l i  .s   iun���tire   ver.\     11 1-j  1'  '     l   '   ..IlM'h    I.OI.lii     .-ill! I,     tli..t  ^..     '     ol other   ,irul    (irfti'r-i nt I', j  .;  1      .tH'tiil    in   tli.>   -vstcni   1,1,  .    'win,   veuKI ,n.'lK\e   ore   ill'  '   .1; j 1.1' .He   I lie   other     ��� \\v\  ii     eiu.iiii.e "\\:r.e,     whe.i j  ..".(i    i:iii;,Iul tv'i-atcd   .'tr.li*   1  >-i   i'.lux   Him  ti.i'Vu.s  ,]..*���     l!vl  ci (I   >i!(i:cio,ls  use  trie  fr.i l".| i  "   li  I   imo    Coinfl.iciO'Piu'o     .i.t-l I  *    t'i'   11 "ru'iici'   wh.ch   Qu.'n ].������<.��� !  i'it'll    s   d\. 11    1 i"-t r.i .itr\ t s      It'  b.M>;i:njr   .-j.iiit';   of     thnscj  c'lroMri       ^i .'to   ��,f   ru'.rb'd |  s Knew AM About It. 0  Teacher-What   is   the   meaning  'parvenu':"  Johnny���An upstart  Te-u-iier���Give  a   sentence  in  which  the word ls 11st d. ' <  Johnny���Vi'licn a man sits down on a  bent niu, I10 gives a violent parvenu.  i**\*.it!.*> . .'.nd n >���iJl j,oi ri',h.'Piiii;,u'!,  m'.-ch iioiible wh.-r it i.s aiov, in.- ii];.  It 4is ilie weak e h |!.r!. er.--ui" !���'���".���.  chiltheii���ihut I'e.Mr th,- n.oui r (> it  Canmr i.,r them dav and 11 -.-lit. All  this i.-3 ch.mged ��\\lnii P.aby s Own  l.'i'-io pickets p.ood |'������-iblei.s are used Tre\ proi-'ote n:-  Q-'-stion ihey give sound, n.iti.rj!  "������leep, they kee;i b.iby bright and  cb.ee.-ftil Thee jie good 'for older  ch.il'lfer, too, .t:*.J ci;e all then mia-  or adnunts. It costs only "2"5c t'-  prmo the truth of these statcmc-nOs���  and )o;i uj'J be thankful aflc-w.-rd*-  ^H��. "vrchibald .--'weeny. Carioton.  N S . mys :���"I have given m\ LttU  one   P,aby's   Own     Tablets,   and     (lij,  Dumas, like Balzac,  was fond of his '  own   creations.     Among   them   all   he j  loved I'orthos best.    The great, strong, :  vtin  hero was a child  after Ins own !  heart.    Ono afternoon, it is fer?ted, his 5  schi found Dumas careworn, wretched, i  overwhelmed.    "What has happened to j  you?    Are you ill':" asked Dumas tils, j  "Xo,"    replied   Dumas   perc. ,    "Well, 1  what is it, then?"    ''I  am miserable."  "Why?"    -'This morning'I killed Perth 0-1���poor Porthos!    Oh. what trouble  I have had to make up my nun.l lo do  it!    P>ut there  must be an end  to  all  thins;5"-.    Yet wh'Mi, 1  saw- him sinking  beneath   the   rums   cry in*;,   "It   is   too  of 1  heavy, too heavy for me I' I  s  you that I cried."    And he wi'^  a tear with the sleeve of hi? >  gown.  r to  way  -ing  When you see a rr.nn tr\i:ie  to hold  1:1  a  la inn [iost it shows he symj  i.'"s   wilh nnvthmg ti^lit.  ath-  &mAa'��9S9Ssj ���    ' '"' ��'       i-'.'H'   <'i   nr.rii'ii  ^,^|KBer i      n,  ,,i   .,  ;o   ..,.Hnd   ^,m   km ������slon.r , eirchu id  trees  If) the souaie mile,  F'Ai��5M?A' i.e.!*-,   i cor   tn   the   ,Kt,o:i Af t!i'| ,  SOG  moie than ploas-'d with the results  ! I can I'-coinmcd them to e-.ei;.  j mot her" Thai's the wav ad 11,01 h-  ,ei-s. v.Ik. have ...sod the Tablet-..talk j  lhe w,\ \f)ii will ti'lk if yon  n 1 him when your bttl" oin1-.  011 can cret the Tablet.'-  o- they u ill he sent  box by v, i itin-i  the  That"  will  aie   ailuiLT     Y  from  e 1 .t   dealer  b.\   mail  at  'A7>v  1     bt'.i'.Lr   stiiiiiilnlc'].     (\i-.irsv"--  e     vi in:,        hi., net lu 11 n ���    11. "���  ���   .-'   1 s.:it irons' of   tl-c   .s.sr.m  ��� '.'��� u   .si'li'.itv    n    ne, t ss   rv    1   -  -tli-i.s       ;!;e   ir.-.j.ie   i.nil   c-1 > r 1.*r  r'-.'i-sle.o   (.jeans    v'r-.ii.i   i,.rt .-  ' ii    11 ' I.'. S."i    .���- Il>v.t ..,,   ,^-   ,    s .r   .  ,!���,;,(.;,,      '���."(���>: hi oi)    <C    l.vi.r 1,  1        iii'\ e   jt, i>n   to       ll ���    1 ..' 1 i  ii"i   i.'.ni.iri'   Wine  .-it   ir.    1-���-.i,\i  r".i���i'fl l.v tt'.- o ���, e: s o'  ' hi' ���', |i.t> 11 in roncr1' i: n.n-.-t  ' i"   ��ii\    :n    tho     ii'nr' o* \'l  II   u  Dr.    Williams'  \:lle.  Ont  Med'Cine    Co .   Iiruck-  Lonl    Pudle\    Will     take   an   actne  part   in   Irish   yarhting   this   season  Keep IftiDard's Linlmest in the Heose.  1   vc'\   ha -.-  The wise man who is loo'-'  10). noser mve-s his nex; doo  bor  as  reference  iii.  lor a  ncii'.h-  J!,in\ !':g  lor nioi.ee  anii'.'S   in\ estment.  is  Minard's Liaimeut U'flibt:. -m's hkii'l  Tlu re is one (rank   that   is   ha'd  tt.i-11,  ai'd   lhat  is  ll.e  human cr..nl  P.i:-:  .lit   ilU  '��� i> 1 s  s.u-i    Ih.tt      when      Pc-i'e   Leo ,  how      Cardinal      Oibb'ons     \iy>s   ,  ei ed   with   r. mi:; rat u la J ions a (  the,  11   Ore  Pal! imore  pre!af"'s   iubi-j  il'i'iiic.s-,   remarked    ;<",o-,ely   1  !i'"i',I  hn\e i;k,..'i  (o  see  him.   b.it  [���our     man      is   getting   old   and!  si   i..iw   li.ivo i"si "    " h.e h.umor of)  ie   'ei'ieik   ujH  ]���,  np-jan.'-t   ��|10���   ,l j  lenieeibered   that    James   Cibbons  '���   ���>   Near  older    than     .loach: 111  <'i  -.'..:, when he  was elected  pope.  I ove makes a ,\ oi.ng man sober and  an   old  man   giddy.  STRONG PRAISE.  Cos    I'll;.-    1 o. :,c--    the   1 o\, "r   of  it' ilu.il.v    iiiioi.   thi-   m-.o's^il   oi-  to    '-''is    stii'inlaiiie*"   to   o.cliorj   tlio  .ionnael  oi.i'icios  of   the  y-wslviu.   tlici-pbv  ii"no\.n  1 de i*.i*-i'      I':   uict     i-o   eicut    is   l!>i    . ,1    c,  "���   t^t.    ..'.'. 1,10    ,.,   , H..II.-.1-    r.iui   ,'i.j',  Ui.il   1. si-.,.,.,   of  abvaM   c\en    1.. in,    1..1,  1M.UJ10   nro   dn\i'ii   Pen   the   lio'l\ Mi  ll    Ctusucli    (\'i~,ie'i   I'    o      ���>,,(,     ��-,-os  '1    !'ii\o   tried    I'.irii.iUc's    PilJ,   an,I   ;��� , 1  llu'i'i    ."i      cvi-eUont     red i nip  thai   will   sell   well "  A   Clever   Mcllioil   of   Steiilii-.g-.  Ail iiigenious and successful trick  was played at a London flat in broad  daylight. A gentleman rai.-, the bell  at 3 o'clock and inquired whether Mr.  Grey was at home. "No. sir," said the  janitor. "He rarely if ever cornea back  from the temple before 5 o'clock."  "That is strange," returned the other,  i "since I know lie lias an appointment  here with a Mr. Johnson at 4 o'clock."  Then he went his way.  At 4 o'clock to the minute Mr. Johnson called and, giving his name, was  of course allowed to wait in Mr.  Grey's apartments, which he denuded  of everything of "portable value" in  ten minutes and then walked out, observing as he passed the potter that he  could wait no longer.  Dick's Blood Purifier  Is tha best TenSc for  lorses and Cattle  ' It puts cows in perfect health, and increases  the flow of milk.  DICK'S gives horses a smooth glossy coat,  and puts life and spirit into them.  Try a package with   any   run-down   animal  you may have and you will be convinced.  50 cents si package.  ,   LEEM'NG,  MILES i CO., AC-CUTS, MONTREAL  ,. *K^O^**T*^^^-^x*J^ibl��K^*'  From One Who list Frorod tlio Valu��   ot  Dr, Williams' Fink Fill*.  ���1 'I  in.  "We  have   used   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pills*  in  our   home  lor   the  past eight   ory  years  for various   tioubles,   and  have   01  alwa\s  found   them   successful."  Thus I  writes   Mrs     II.   llovonor.      of     Wett  (.'������.ivenliiiist.     Ot\{ ,   and  t>K*  adds   ���  ��� At.  lhe .inc of eight   ye.us.  mv little  buy   u.-.s attacked  with  Li grippe,and  the  I livable,  developed  into  St.  N'ltti^'  dance,   from   which      he  suffered   in   a  se\ ere   form.    He   was   under   several  doctors  at   different   times,   but   none  hem   helped   him.    Then   1   decided  <>n   .June   1st   in   the  pin.I c  cru'eu,  Posion.   was-  unveiled  the  hi-.t^statue  of a cloryvmnn e\ 02* erected in a pub-  'ic ph.ee in   that city,    it  is  i.i nkm-  Wilhain   Hoi.y\   Ohann.n  Piirvctfi  Are  Vosei��r"nr.��i.  rarrots are vegetarians. They liva  chiefly upon a light but nutritious  diet of fruit ancl seeds or upon the  abuudant nectar of rich tropical flowers. And it is mainly for the sake of  J getting at their chosen food that they  have developed the large aud powerful bills which characterize the family.0 You snity havo perhaps noted the  most tropical fruit eaters, like the  hornbills and the toucans, are remarkable for the size aud strength of their  beaks.  jdj.ee  of  tne   founders of  I'mtai ia  one  "IIIIS'H  01  In Ins Ycret'ihU' T*ili<- nr p.,,, , ���  l.'is "-.'"> to the -,-,(j, ;,; (i,t, f,,,,'^ , ,'",;,  Mien tide   loscarch   in    tlio^-.vholi   ;��� -ah,  mcllC.ll     iClOI'l-e      f.MIlill'lt'll     with    IH',1-    ;-.,,,!  cbscrnori'-'s   rnei    1 ofoic   tnou;.  f"'or      di'licato      am:    de'.il t.,i. ,'i  e'lstitntirmj,   r���i,���o!i-o's   1'ilK   ,-,< 1    |,l...   n  Ink on   111   s.n.'.'I   dosos   the   clhct  y (onii    nnd   0   <a leedaMt     ,��� |.i|A  til"   si-crvi ions   oi    tho   l,iH\  ied   \ lsrur  vnliinhh  to     111.I.i  < harm  11-   hotii  I'Vl  U Ill��r  !".���:    ton/  W.  ,;".      STEAMERS'  y  Humnic,   United Empire  {Monarch,  cMkjestic  ".EASTB'OUMQ..' SAILfNOS '  Leave DULUTH, 8 p. nt, Tuesdnya  and  Fridays.  Leave PORT ARTHUR, Wednesdays-, 12 noon, and Saturdays, at 12  nobn and 2 p. m.  Par.scn-crs nnd Bur-mc* from C. N. and a  5; t*y' w*R,cl"n Points landed direct at steamer  Cock.   <H Von  Arthur.  |j?   WESTBOUND SASUmOS".  -*ft�� vvllaVe"JSARNlA'   8   P"   m-   Mondays,  ^mll edncs"dsiy3   and     Fridays   upon   ar-  VS:Snal^?mnd  Trunk  R��llwa?  tra:n3.  JS3P ? ' WhIch land  Passengers and  id   ���, nen 1  li. 1*1 > ih-. Williams' Pink Pills, and  lhe;- lest'.red him lo perfect health,  and lh.ee has not since been any re-  tiun of tne trouble More recently  I b.iNe used the [nils niysch for imis-  culnr. rheuniutisni, and .they were  ���eii'.i'ally successful in effecting a cure.  The rolls have saveil us many a dollar iu docloV's bills, and T would  li key everyone    who    is    sick    to   try  Port rush is one of  lar wateiiiig jil.ices  coast.  the  most  on     the  Since   ihe   rnrisians   ha\ c  Majesty   the  demand     for   tvar'icnttires  of King    Kdward     has .'entirely collapsed, and   the sale.of'excellent 'por-  , traits of his   ���\fa.iest\-  is' \-er'y. large..  them."  all  ;    i)v.   Williams'   Pink   Pills    cure  troubles due to poor.or , watery blood  or  >yeV,k nerves,  and  that is the.'rea-  ' son Why they are the most 'popular  medicine in the world, and 'have' a  m ucli larger sale than any ''cither rem-'  I'llV.  %  *������ k  Passage  at  steamer  dock.  For rurther Intorniatlon, ioliltrs,  etc., apply-  ���rii  D.    P.    BELCHER  .Northwestern A pent.  339 Main Street, Winnipeg.  'hey cure such troubles ns  rheumatism,, sciatica, partial para l.v- ,  sis, St,'; Vitus' . dance, anaemia,, iheli-'  gestion', neuralgia... heart troubles,  nnd the ailments co'nimon to Women.  sim])l.\*' liecausc the-.y 'inake new. rich,  red blood, strengthen the nerves and  thus drive, disease from the body.  V011 can-get the pills f:om any. medicine dealer,, or'they-will be sent post  paid ai .50c. per box, or six boxes  for S2A;0, by addressing the Dr. Williams Alodicine Co.. Prockville, 'Ont.  See that, the 'full name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for. Pale People,"^  printed on the wrapper around every  box.  A' Missouri ��� woman sat.-up till 1  o'clock the ������other night, waiting for  her husband to come home. "Then she  gave it up and went, .dow.ristairs.'ohly  to find him in bed. fast asleep. "His  deception',."- as -siie' called it. made  her'so"mad that she didn't speak to  her husband Tor  three days.  The Wniter's  Impudence.  Mr. Wayback (at hotel)���What's that  ���lemonade?  Waiter���That's a finger bowl, sah.  "What's it ferV"  "To   wash   y'r   fingers   after  eatin', j  you know, sah." i  "Consarn y'r impudence!   1 don't eat  with my lingers if I do come f'-oiu tho j  country.   1 eat with my knife, same as 1  other folks."  Thin li Uie Pr-<-o standard eleven b.ir wire fence- Coll, cpclng nlra (not crimped)���tn-ies np tho ilw*  In snaamor, docn not become too ti/rlit In winter��� regulates iti own tension all tho time. JP*fi*  nprighti in ono piece stand a ttrain of 1:00 poands. Corumou uprii-'nti spliced nt oach bar break at 8UU  pounds.   Paso states, ornamnntal fences, pon try netting, aro standard the world over.  Tho Paso Wire Fence. Co., Limited, WalkervUJe, Ont.    St John, N.B.  Montrtal, P.<t-13  RO^S <S. R.Q5S, G��n��ral A^ei^ts, "WINKIVIZG, MAN.  1 ��^_     _       _  \ ii\ \ o'uig man Who  know ���-. t I1.1t a giri w i -  1 ip-,  ha*�� .1 poor   t uste  = 11 t      timid  1 ,un< s   her  (Shark   Soap.  In Ceylon there is a considerable  trade in the oil of the white shark.  The (ins of the animal are very rich In  gelatin and are used largely by the  Chinese for making soup, of which  they declare that the, turtle soup so  prized by epicures'in this 'country is  but a distant and feeble imitation.  in.   1: \.s     1 mi'P  11* -Mi  U'i>-jii.    K'nlo-^     wr.iO*. I   ' ���  ..\    ii \.      il    aa\      li.ii e    11* en .'.t  i In "1 M    tr-nin   I lie   ie-.'   m   Hi       "1 If  J Ic 11 ii    (iii   Ui tin    I    !ia ..���      I    lu.- ���  J i I'ly.'.ii 1%     let    n.Pi     ���en    \ e.o *-  i .M-'iiiecriil-.-d   it    tn    all    -.ii'itii'i-  .'    nnd   thev   nlso   fi-in.il   it   el  , i'   ....   t .I'-i"^  ei   -i-.i-i.-   In  i".'.;-  i ii'i. i.t    corsumpt ion  \i -  I.)  js^if'"! i-��� -  jfc-i-.-'   '   -i a     K!V^o._  tYP*r���     -  ^ f*ns  P��       T JK ALL-WAYS SiiAIfy <v^  5sT*-"-7".'*^-,��� iiv-L-r /iuJJ^lr/iS--��^S,-i5;?v  !.;\  girl   may be   intellectual  retain     her ' appetite     for.,  soda..:       ', .       '  '  i no sul  ii'C-c.i'eam.  Ask for Slinard's and take so oilier,  3U��a Seinis-; Skirt Suppona ��nd Wsl* .\djrwM��  vtw fnrrodircci    SelU =S ^Ztl.    Gool vro&'-  <  S;r.-i  -S .~n-,'s for umpl! cr.i  termn to  Bfp-r.ta'  BRUSH @ "0., Dcpt.  W. TORONTXX  t^��^w*��j��^"i TjeK^u..i.i.i���,���'.T..jWi.Wn,]^g-r*,n,iwajfl6aaety*i*g  K"o, I��ll<Rrs  Waritetl.  He���They say 'the eyes are the' win  dows of the heart   Now, when I look 'settle   down,  and  ot iters  at your eyes��� ��� ' ' gjris  to settle..it p.  She���I  hope you notice the signs in  the winelows.  He���Signs! , WTiat signs?  ,  She ��� "No   xVdmittance   Except   oa  Business."  Some   fellows   mar  poor girls'    t.o  tnarrv:  .rich  Oildcd  youth   is  einickh'  by   adversity..  tarnished  A  Trns-ic  ],:ii��crit.:,  "Did you say that you were wedded  to your art?"  "Yes," answered Stormin'glon Barnes,  "I'm tied to it for life, all right. l>ut  I don't hesitate to confess that the  honeymoon was over some years ago."  ���Washington Star.  1  Unless the soap you  He   Didn't   Uiriler.stand.  USe has thiS brand yOU !     Spartacus-Ilave you been watching  ���K"- ' the curio sale?  Sniarticus���No. I didn't know there  was such a vessel In the harbor.���Bal-  liinore American.  are not getting the best  A��Jt for ��Iie Octngoa B��r. -,-.''-'=j-7  ��  5,"  !"���   .j  1     ,  i  x  '-   " ),  ....       >  *' *'  ii ���       ,*':*'  I  ���     j        >' ';  i ','  I  I  .', ,* f .  J ���   .*!���  ,  '' - - c  ;   .     "jr  t'  '    i;  i, ���'.. .- ;"  ���'    vl  '���'.. ���'������������  ��<w  ���^.^.j  *!?. llffi LEADER.  iblishcd in the interest of the people  of iloyie and East Jvootena}'.  J. SMITH & CO.,    -   -  I-ubllslieTS.  KATE"*- OF SOBSCRIPTIOK.  "> "tc Year.  .$2.00  3A.TUE.DAA", JULY 11, 1003.  Why you should buy  PAIR PLAY  CHEWING  IKE "LKAX5 1JOXUS.  30thing hut words'of praise can be  spoken for the Liberal government  at,  Ottawa  for its   action   in   granting  a  bomis'on lead.    True, it  look   a long  time and persistent efforts ou  the part,  W,,ho pc.ple oi the west to bring ^cj BECAUSE it ia the debt quality,  government'to realize that   somo  hind ��� BECAUSE ' it   is  "of assistance was absolutely   necessary chew,  in order Uiat'the  lead   mines   of  the NEC  i^'itliinp: I^iKis I.v-m-i it-ilce.  "Onfe t.titb   learned  by  actual  ex-^  peiieucfe dofes more good th.du ten experiences   one  hears  about.-'    Tell a  man that Chamberlain'*- Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea itemedy will ciire  cholera morbus, and he   will   most  likely  forget it before the   end   of   the thiy_  Let him have a .severe attach   of   that  disease, feel tli.it   hois   about   to  die,  Ut-e this remedy, ah-d   learn   from   his  own experience bow  quickly'   it  gives  relief, and \v>. will remember it all   his  life.    For sale by all druggists.  ZZT,'  !5K?--j-^vSilt��4^'"^  the    .MOST   LASTING  ��� Dominion might/ be operated.  The Leader still contends   thai the  ' incrcr.bing of   the   tariff   would  have  brer the belter method of dealing with  1 thr- problem.    It would   have a   ten-  \,-:,,,*,.,)  ib.ul   manufiietur-  ���y.iv    ii   ibi-   country  for all  c,.":if*, w'n reas the   bona.--   will  ���, '.,, lo tiie in lu-trv   so long a�� such  ii .,iit- ir Li.i11ii paid,  However, tin resolution authorizing  the bonus is   Well   worded and guards  horh the   govern ment   ahd ��� the  lead  producer.    Il is1 based on a   system   so  that when tbe price   of lead rises the  bonus decreases, and v.-hen ths price of  lead  falls the   bonus   increases,  thus  assuring a uniform price  to   the  producer.  *aMwc*<r!Oa3Tr,,'��Wi^ws  - a  The dark days for Moyie  are  at  an  end.  CAUSE'it   ia   the   largest  high I  \ grade .10 or 20c plug.       "    I  BECAUSE the tags are valuable fori  '    premiums untilJan. 1, 1900 J  BECAUSE we guarantee every plug,!'  and ' i  BECAUSE your dealer  is   autborzied  " '**      -���������������     p-n   -IM ,   n,   -iii,niiiM,t,,.i_   io   refnn'd   ynur   monev   if  *" ���������  '-'���        "      Til liriW-|T*1ll-illnm*>ll �������� ���  ;      you are not satisfied.  THE EMPIRE"TOJUCCO CO.  Ltd.'  Residential .lots   on   Campbell  street.  Residential    lots  on   Tavistock  street.  House and lot on Victoria street.  House and  lot ou Lake Shore  avenue. ���  Business    block    on    Victoria  ��� street.  Good dairy business near town.  Mining stock,  FOE, RENT.  Office rooms and living   appart*  ments,on Victoria street.  Houses for rent.  ��� We do   a,  general  commission  business.    '*  Farrell & Smyth,  ...oyie laoor union  NO. 365, A.L.U.  Meets in tbo 1. U. 0. F. ball every  Saturday evening at �������� o'clock.  Visitink' brethren are cordially invited  to   attend   those  meetings."  1'. F. Johnston,  riee'v.  L O. O. F.  ftj^^-^-.s^ , fi   "WiMey .Lod^o  No.  li  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on, Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  usrene  ^ &&&&&**& L  1  '  'i  s  .    8  \K ,  Y~'l:  I-.  'V  ���l-l-tik  M  C. A.'FuOTK,  ^oble Grand.'  F. J. Smyth,  Seer'v.  Box 35.  MOYIE, B. C.  ��Ke: fiojeos'ife:  AMCS  Insure Today. It  May Ee Too. Late  Tomorrow,,  The   mineowner  ���should be kicked.  who    new   kicks  The people* of the Kootcnay3 ate assured of Ave years' prosperity at   least,  wKCuoratussram.' ww  nuMwi:ii3  The Doniinion government has done  :(�� part, and it ig now up to tbo mine  owuero toffet in and drill for the next  iu'u veai'ij.'--",- /...  .   INSURE WITH  Beale, Hutchison  & Elwell���  n?ait oflifco  CRANJJUOOK  GST YOUR  -   It was i*- .vy'iiio   Political   move   the  j, ,.   .   ..      i. .  Lilieral3 at CttCjV.-a   bif.de' v;hen they  "'granted the bonus on lead; for it gives  .the Liberals oi this province a ��� iight-1 Vegetableg}  )ng chance for eupreihacy at the forth-  -^^ TQa   Qq^  oommg election. ' '  eaaaai aJ->y6K-n��K.^.!j,��iii;j^J��ja. J  , It matters not so much whether the  (representative from this riding is a  Conservative; a Liberal or a Labor  .man, so long as he is a (,*oou capable  .and conscientious trorker for his constituency, and a man capable of  coping Vi'ilh conditions 0.3 ha finds  them a^ the Provincial capitol. Light  .weight politicians should not be even  ���given carious consideration in the  coming campaign.   -  Stovepipes ailcl  Tinware' ^t  Cures' Pain Instantly  in any pari; of body*.  Without taking a drop of  medicine. All the superficial  pains aro relieved without Lhe  big risk ol taking dangerous  drugs into the system. Its  work   ls   simply   marvelous.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first V/edneuduy  evening of each     month  at  8 o'clock sharp   in tbe court  house.  James C'Jtoxif:, lion. Pros.  A. P. Macdoxald, Pres.  l\ F.t Johnston, ' , }\. C.vMrmJLh,  Vice-Prcs.        ��� ��� _ Sec'y.  Harvey    &   McCarter,  TORT STEELE, U. C   ^  Ilnrvey, .llcCartcr & lMnkliiini.  REY.ELST0KI5, B. C,  Barristers & Solicitors.  wmwawuamnUimmnawamamaanmmaaawMmaammMtm   ii���111 rfji^i 1 Hijiiiiii ��*-iim���������miiil  u  Theb!ifi��st buy of tiie seusoii, aiul y^ti will double your  money in threo months. Tin; company have 12 claim...-  which su'rrouiul the St. Eugene , mine���tbe largest silvci-  lcad mine ou the American cotuinent. ,  ���easury Slock Is Now Se  il 10 Cents a Share.  For Particulars' ap|>ly to  &  Price, $2.00.  CHRISTIAN     NIELSEN,  MOYIE, ih C.  A<ren t  W. F, GITRD,  HAUKTSTKIt, SOLICITOII, KTC.  CRANBROOK. B. C  FARRELL & SMYTH,  1 ^   P#*  ^1 'P#J  1,]      &i9L  * ml  I^OX 35  0. F. DESAULNIER  DEALER IS  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q,iieeiis' Ave.      MOYIE  i-uis Xa^t TIoiio Ileal!.Veil.  [From tbe Sentinel, Gebo, Mont.1  In the,first OBcniDE of Oklahoma to  iOiiiere  in  IS**5?,   tbe   editor  of  this  pauer iv-cj ;i'~-:eng   tho   many   3eckers  after fortune who :-ad-;   the   big  race  one fine   day   lu  During hit  traveling about   and   alterv/ards    his  .camping uoou liia  claim,-  Ue  encoun''  tered much bad water, which, together  with the severe beat, gave hiiii  a  very  fceveie diarrhoea which   it ceemsd   al.  mott impossiblo to   check, r.nd  along  -in June the  case became  bo   bed  he  ixpected to die. , One day  one  cf  bis  neighbors brought him one small bottle oi   Chamberlain's   Colic.   Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope.  A big dose was  given   him   v?hile he  was rolling  about on . tho   ground  iu  ; rent iK-'oa)*; and :u a few  minuteis the  c;use \v.i9 ra^srit'J'J-    The good eflect of  Micniediome   xidz   'iboii(i noticed  and  'u'.'niii an hour the'l*-:itiu::t was taking  his iirst sotmil   lileeo   for   r, fortnight,  that, one little bottle   worked   a com-  pletucure a::d ho cannot help but feel  .gratciul.' .The season,.for.'-1' bov/eb^isy  'urders   baing at   baud   suggests   this  ."'':ie.m..',;..'.��6r-:t'^ ���'? ���  irr.,J''*w':^',-gt-,,.^'.'i,J~^-~g:g-:^iJ.'v.^T"jr.;r,^'.!TTw��   ���  UP  W. II. F. CROSBY, Proprietor.  Prices G-iveh.  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in tlie Printing  Line at the  Ouf aitii is to please patrons.  G-ood  draft and  bottled  bbei*  always oh band.  JOSEPH NlEDEftsfAE)f* Pr6p.  pr  1 mIiim  iwii'in iwi^iiiiii  DE, F4 E. -KING,  i- t* *  Cranbrook, B, C!  . ,      _  G-eorge H. Thompson,  BAitRisTKii,lSoLtc:TOit,   Notary Punuc, &o.  Solicitor.for the Imperial   -     '  Bank 01 Canada.  CRAiVBROOK,       Bkitisii Columiua.  MOVIE'S  Hh^^lA'G   HOTEL,.  Drug and Stationery  ��� ���   " Store.  Drugs,' Chemicals,      Office Stationery  Toilet Articles  School Suppfi'es.  tM '  v,'5^'g  -   t'l + SjTj  *       ?'��� l^i  t'A: **^J55.  <*  VvifiM  - ;y~r$*  lim  ftlOYIE,  a  nw.-f-J.  >L~t'  I     ���     'A-;..- '.."    NOTICE.    .   ." y   ..'��� '  , .".  y'Ju'a..e,'j--'a'He*:Lc' tH.o.Act tq'r-ignlate tlio cigar-  St.   Josephs  Convent.  KELSON, ��. c,  hoarding and Day School  conducted by the Sisters of fcU. Joseph, Heloon  B.   0.      Commercial    aliiT    business'  courses a  specialty.    Excellence  and  swift progreeC  chtuacteaiae   each  department.    Parents  should   write   for  particulars.    One month assures  the-  public. o.f". the - thoroughnees   bf   the  6iaters' metboda :of teaching..    Terms  commence -"January,  April . and   f3ept.:  Pttp-ls are admitted durinf*; tertzi.  TO'A^D "rfeoji ALL  The bEsl of^accommodatious  for,tbo (raveling public.  P. J. McM^hon, Mgr.  MM, ''  .101  British ColuiLcia b^  V v^''i��    K4*#S  MUHUIURV^MTMtf*1Pa��^WIl>aJtl  ��� >m...i.��n�����  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MfiHOHANT ;' TAILOR.  Fine   Suitings,   Overcoating.  Trousers',   I al ported    'Goods.  NIKD ERST A I) ?VJ fi /'tf.S ftt Ji J!li\��iC<-.  Lager Beer, Porter and Bottled  Beer Always on Hand.  duality not excelled in the country.IP'ryiitland |;|  x '������u%aB5si  be'eonvinced.  6^*S5:"$i5i5$5S5^^S��S3.*se9^^^���������^^^^^^edS''J5^0"*>^'  to  ffii  <fJ  /ft  -S tw ?-fl��  ESsb^tlMOYiE-,  B..0  %  P. F. JORjySWfti  ... , V.  fi This Hotel is te  -VIA���  UflST KOOTENftrr-BOTTLIHG  CO  ��� ng ol yivei's aridSfrcSiri';,  beiiic  Chapter 108,  r.olicei3hcirui>>- Mveil  tbet, cppliciitip-, has  laclo  ..��� l)JO ....._        . . .. .  Act for aatiionty t'i yioz��yyy\ii?6h. ..the cxp.ira-  y:ion of 'flams, glides  d'-ia  tijc.inr.,   .:*(!   o't lie r.  ���,i'cil:stb'crcl;i aadlhcreoTi  vncuixcx'j, to facill  i''."'''-l;ho'"thtittho ::.".'ul  ccinjia'ny. I11170 ck'i-'j'dtotl  i.-.^c-.-..-y.-^.^,   r-),-c[  coinr-iisaiouor  c>f  J.audn and  . :Vj].yy-"A'/icfOn-, IJ. 0., iii"M>s 'crd v]mi2 a*".d  ' ;'"������<���> A-1 reference, u3.,i-eqiiiro<i It ,Uic .".-.-.id Act.  ".''i-v -, t.->'df- cAii'..   wiitor   10 "be  ad'octuU.  l.y .tin,  ,;,;,.'y..,'...y ,-/.]; voU'su lyvi:;   cdioluiufj f>iid tlio  ���iy:"iyo; ijo ciiia ..Moj icy river ,b*jlev/ llirj- s-Jii  "���!'-'��!"��� l-t:-.-, iitul li ib L-iul lotvor M'.lyiu lal'c.  n- j.'-v-i-t ct-u'-'oc1--ii-C, tliia ninth -dr.J- oi  AvriVlOo;!.     ��� '. w- 1''- GURU,  ""tkitor fer tb >< Krr'fcy'.n.i*.    Cirflnlr-rook: ii, <A,  fflf^  HADE  '���:,-.������ DESIGN".  . COPYR'lGrlTg &6.  , Aii'vouc Bshjlhf; .1 sltct-Mi tm��I ^IcscEfpucn ixla?  fHilnWy- itr-ccctnin oil**, o.piuiuq fi-eaiV/faelJler an  Invoiiti'ni li) prohnjily pracntMjle. ������ Cornrauhlftn.-  tioiinsl.ficf.lyCDiiUrlcjtiyiil." HnntibookOrrPivteritu  Bcrltfrce. Ol'lctt !'ix^n<:^iot ElioujUufrpalcHlH.' -  I?u.to:fl"J la!ton;- tli>ou"Kh- W.uun & Cd.;i;ceol7e  spcci'U ntittc, vriilicnii", chi^e/'ln tii^      .,;-...  a*"V*,..M     "-���      ���       A lirtrirlEOrnol? niuntr.K.C"! WGC-Kl}'. I.ahftfiijt'C'.r.  culiit-iou. of nny.eoicnlUi!! journal. Tfernuu *3 o  vrtJi'f fiit'ir./'ioiiths. It. IS'/dtsynll fio'/sdenlerR,  JUNH S Co.!"?^ New Yor*  CRANBROOk, B. G.  Areated Waters cf ^11  I r Kinde.  ���J Orders Solicited.  i  '! . : - .'-'".  Soda Water  and Syplieik'  I  0)  ft)  (Si   .     .  /ft aroYiLi..  STeW and well yui-nishea W f-M  Tables are Supplied .wittii the Best ���f \M  Market Affords. The Bar is Filled witij ^  the Best Brands of Liquors and Gi^M kM  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN - .���   .  r-.ir.i--  &�����e���"Se--S���^^  y . t -.   ��� ��� ���  .      ".������.���' :''       '16 ,.   ���'..,.  Spoli.ane*,'- G.ealtis. '.'c,.hij.... Coast ir'piiits.  St., Paul, Uulutb/Mibu.eiipolii'  ..���'������   yChipagp and, Points East.  tr7rtu*z*zi,<mwv*r*wT^***  t*vr*rrvzmzx  ��� n "ia lu-'m1 imit-m  V/HObSSALUV.Nu KKTAIIi'.'  rtw ���wruw^i.fwpii  ���ntwliai y*V��i���^-f ���  Tlie Halcyon Hot Siiiip  ;;��� .. Siiiarii.  'aI-RO W   LAKE,  B  !S',DAlk"Y �����  ; .   '%    FAST TIME  M'./rl}  Sen,  Eouip.bishs-- Tbrougbout_,, Uay^  ���OoaClieo, Palaoe -and   Touriot  Gleepers, Dining, a::d,.Buffet nirioliingyuid Li-* '  Iri'ecb,_ end Cured Tilciitp, Fresh  F:sb;Gan;c 'r.u.;i Poultry.-'Wc  (supply :.cii.:;/yth3 , bost.     Your  1  ���.   -    " '  ���   y. ��� .  Lrtido cclicilcd,     ���.,,' J  .','   gr-iAiiiciitf)  The Most OompSete  ^ -'fjdedltii    Resorj   orf.^  , tho    Oontirseni     of  | .North' America,-O-.  j    it.b';BA.THS Corc'^ll Nervdtic  hnd  t Muscular D:s?.u'::.j  j..' Its .wi'TKJR-S  I Liver and Stotnacb Ailnionts.  '.   >-,">i  OHAsTp. CAMfBEtf[M  r -$f  TT v. A o. t-i f p Tr A")  i  ;        r.nd, - *  !      Enthalmei".  j"    Cohlns, CiisI:ots, shroii  | and ptylen coualautly ltiT- '-:  j  . Office oyer .tmpeiinl  bn:i!  ' adii.    Tobttrapb andynJiii!- <?rvBrS'  b*rapb anty.i  ��� coive prom-ply . jitt��ptio:v.  tiiid day." Phono -i?>.  ileal  nil  jCranbrooK',  Kidney, J  tKn'UMm-w .���  FoyTickcts, Eateg,'Folders cpu  Full inforniati,on,ycall ot"! o'ir nd-  4res'a iiby G'"f at Iloriberii Agent  or write . ...   ..   ,  ,...       ,     .,,- ...   .--,.. Tliey. arc it  ITcverfailinp    Ucaccly!  !la   all   tie 'Mnejpa)11"^1111^^11^^���1'1^  ���     ������'���!  'fl'   ^   ���;     A.K v  ' ���-'.':. -, ,      ;.      \    ^ERMS--^!Hof{;i8 per ueeV,  ac-!  OltieS    ailO.      TOWilB     Jhi^-J'J^.^.^^cnccinHolelbr'Villns.  A. U. C. WJiNKI.'OVON, G. Yv". .V��. A.        j.  t>12 First Avetttie.       Ska.txj:-^, Wabm 1 HkAuquiii'  BritlsB.TCblufehl��  ::^.'-ifL-^mctajf/ran'.fi ft'r.-t��w*��  J'OJJ.  FjA'jr   liC-OTKNAf.'  irs, W. A. Presto  Pbotograpbci',  '    ���     ������'    ���-      -    -"-��� .''      v',    . '������',     ,;    -J    ,     ....  O'V.iibro-V      .Moy)*.. ���   Poi'tfltocloi  In  STCITK T.uAllAi  .M8. Saturn  \V. ft. Stoiij  _ i.i",  Pron.  f  ry^VAf


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