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 *3l&*J- >-^.A-^. 'L'/sSlM.  VOL. B, NO 42.  Mwii, B.C.,   JANUARY 27. 1906.'  %2 A YEAR  largam  Counter  TO DEIVE  UNDER LAKE  Black-MacKay   Mining Co. Ltd.  LOCAL  NEWS.  , Wiir Start again thisweek  it will-Pay you to Watcn  : The Bargains we   are  giv-  .������   ���   .*��������� ��� ��� .  DAYS  STOCKED AT $1,000,000  * ��� ���       '        , .  Company   Is  Pormed- and  Everything Is in Good .  ,  ..Working Order-   .  .- wmwm-av .Mp.-f OF .^OMKE  '"' J -*Uff *^lcapi1^^|^'' -,;; ;���..:'!  .-.���������-��� - Reserve;-...-::.**.-. --'-.::-:(,a-nn'Obo6'(*-30,'05i  - ���   . '.:.' 'Total "Resources,- ,98,oqu,u,w>....   , ,  CBWP0X,BWCH,/''  '-'" ��� '-  - F-CWMS. ���  T-FYOTJ WANT  ��� ���'-..�� ���>"���."'' ''  *     '-    - '" ���>t^--TiaWliivJ"oolicv, to secure-a  ', Life, Accident or Fire Insurance; a  Liabih y  P���    -��� ,  Beale^^-El^' '  ��� ':��$&. tx v.' ���(-'> -<";.Motffi,-B.-c.  '�� �� -i j ���" i* ."' vi-    ^       -  kl -      ���    Vfc��*-i", fl    "*        ;   B-BOSOJBB  ���   v.    JU     I   --I, ",  Calgary  "' ^HUNGiRi'AN; PATENT, ,  TsTRONQ  -BAKER'S.    ���  ,t  ���'    '  *"     '        lo   49   a��'d'98 pound Sacks.;  J.W.F1TCH  1 Hotel Kootenay  The hest of accommodations    t  for the Traveling  Public.        ,  ���   '   i   -ni-mmq Billiard EoomB.  Largo and Commodious Sample Rooms.  I MoMAHON BROS, Proprietors.  ~  : 20 CENTURY BRAND  pfWs nnc tailored garments is ^.^^^^unr^y^t  g icss important than excellence        'V, .   ?SaUM P als io    men with   a  fine  among all made up clothing,    It is e oth.ng that appea 1. ^  ^  a  appreciation ol style, and   cloth   and  finish,   I .n ^  a >  clothes question to settle to come in and see just what ��olm  E. A. HILL,  LEADING    I^IEB-AND MEN'S   FURSISHE*  Tjreyr-ijrTtfS- -v~ *v- ��S�� -v  Imperial'Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS .DgPARTMMT^  '    Bank deposit. -J-  ,;          Once, opened it gro^s whether added to  or   r-o. J.  ,              Interest   allowed at   currpnt   rates - and   com ,   ^  pounded twice a year. ..'������''."'#'  CRANBROOK BRANCH. j   S  j, f. M��� .PINKHAMi Manager. ^  The' BJack-MacKay    Mining   Co.,  Ltd., Non-Personall'Liability, has.been  wgietered 'at.'Victoria.   t/This   is the  company that has been   organized, to  prospect for and develop  the  mineral  resources which are believed*-to, exist  under Moyie lake.   The .capital stock  of tbe company is $1,000,000, and . the  par value of shares will.be '$1   each.,  One third   oi'the  capitariz'aiiob^ will  'be, treasury stock, ' The directors   are  F. M.Black, of Nelson, John"Morton^  president and'manager of Triune Min-  'ing Co.'of'FergU6on;iE..A. Crease, of  Nolsoni Duncan' McArtuur,>f Nelson,  and Chas; A/MacKay. '  ���   ^ ^^ '���  ��� ~ The stock' wHl be  on 'the market  within'   the    Vext'tw0   weeks and,  150,000 shares will be' .offered  to  the  public" for 30 days at25tcents'a' share.  The amount raised in this way" will be  used to  sink 'the shaft 350 feet and  drift * some '"distance" .Then  another  block'of stock will,be sola  to-raise  whatever  additional,,'capital   for  development may,'be needed.  Alexander  Sharp, M. ��.;  is  making his  report,  and as   soon,. as   it,.is   completed  a  proopectus wUl be issued.,     '   ,V]  Thos. T. McVittie .this  week  made  "prelimmary surveys 4andr laid out  the  ehaft  site.    A   force  of  men  is  now  sinking, a  sand pipe > to' the  bedrock  tol" ascertain 'the   exaot-nature and  depth ,"of  tbe  alluvial   deposit.   Tho  site-of the shaft is' just- south .oi- the  C.-PM��", station  on the  shoreuol  the  lalra,:60 feet!,from ihe C^ PT '"R.' track  arid 40( feet from the line ;of 'the' St.  Eugene..," Ass soon as the   dep'lh\ and  natuie of the .'surface'   is   learned   a  'three compartmenUbaft will >e sunk  on the Moyie   side, 'and later a  two,  compartment onu ou the Aurora side,  The walls to bedrock* will be cemented  to exclude   tbe   surface ��� water,   or   if  accessary a steel casing' will be used.   .  .The prelimiuay work is going along  nicety and no serious 'Obstacles    have,  yet heeu encountered. - Tbe    work    is  being carried on   under  the  direction  of Mr. Chas, A.   MacKay,   the'-acting  manager.   > < ',     ,  Will Meet Jan. 27.    '  The annual meeting of \he St.  Eugene Cousolidated Mining Co, will  be held in Toronto today, January  27th. Manager Cronin will not be in  attendance this year. His report,  however^was sent in several days  ago.  Pine Weather.  The weather for the past' few days  has been exceptionally1 mild and  fine, The snow is disappearing rapidly, and tbe ice on the lake is not over  three or four inches in thickness. No  ice has yet been put up for next  summer's use."  Coming Our Wav,  Golden Star; Editor Smyth of the  Moyie Leader is doing well since becoming a BritislVsu'bjeot. Laet Thursday ho was elected a school trustee.  lie is also a member of the executive  committee of the Conservative Association. Ho would boa long time in  the Palousc before they would recognize his abilities.  James Cronin left Monday for Ross-  land'and Spokane, i .   '  Mrs, P F. Johnston  was ,in  Cranbrook Monda'y. '���  D. J. Elmer and wife visited  Cranbrook the early part of'the week.  '   The Moyie Miners' reading room  is  being well patronized.  DanMcIntoeh'returned from Cranbrook ��� Friday, but is still unable to  work.  Get your suit pressed and cleaned  at Fobte's, the tailor.  P. J, McMahou and wife were in  Fernie the first of the week.  Dr, Horvie and his brideare' expected home,about tbe 15th of February.  -  A.,special boot for 'miners, made by  Leckie. ' At Hill's. ,' , ���  Frank'Guindon is doing assessment  work on the 'Mineral liill "'claim , on  .the west side of tbe lake.     .f,  Chas. McDonald has returned to  Aloyie from Rossiand, where he has  been lor several Tionths on the staff of  the Daily'Star.   .  ,  , Cleaning and repairing ol all kinds  of,' men's garments done v at Fooie'd  tailor, shop at reasonable prices.  . 'Julius Mueller ofthe Moyfe brewery  expects'to.liave his'.new beer on the  wrT^tn'-rsbout three weeks',time. ;  ' LadieslSvehaveanice assortment  of stamped linens, -cushion .tops, etc  Just the ,tbingJtb-work(at in;"your  spare momt-nts.-' E. A.,Hill,      v  A". D, Drummond is'here from vP'er-  'n'ie to relieve Constable Routh* for a  few days:      ��� "   ,       ~ ,"   '   1    v >  We would' like'to have ' your order  for a.Twentieth .Century suit this  month. ,E. A. Hill.,  ' The condition of James Johns, the  young who went insane iu , Moyie  last week, is said'.to be 'in no 'way improved. He is still in the hospital at  Cranbrook. ��  -  Frank Marquis left 'for 'Poplar  Thursday to look after adea^which'he  has'on forsome of his claims. Marquis was one of'the first to .prospect in  that district".and locate, property there.  1 J. D. McArthur, J. A. Dewar, W. A.  Dutton and A^La Fontaine/were ,in  Moyio this week on busidess-in, con-  nected'with the taking over/the .plant  of-the Moyie Lumber Co.1 ;-3      ;'  " -<'  I! LB  z  The Scottish Poet Is  Honored.  OCR REPUTATION  .^:&!^^^S^i2e^SS^^SZS^2  Fur having; a cirefu'ly a  ed to meet the iHjuiit-rnr-nn  EVERYBODY  ���"' PLEASED  '   ,  l ~~'       ''       f  '  Best Entertainment  Giyen  in I Movie   in ' a Good r  '  ������"   Long Time.    ���  orle-l ��iock in all  lines   soVct-  if ihe livf'e d Mfj-yie is   exem-,  of Cuti!(i;> , ILir-lwarc and Gr^uiteware  Jfiiifj i'i   Bi'kcr'rf   fiTirtby'a   or  C<i.-to   "A   ,ulUC   rjzOr   makes  pUfisi! by t'.p d,-!'"''.  wc are :io\v oi.il.injT.        ���,  If you w.'ii| a <jy i \' '(k  Rogers',   wc   havu   it.    Oui  1  eli.iving c..iy. t  We b.jvo a iuM lint- of Table Cuiib-ry.^  We cariv tin? bfr^t-ill 0'J lurid ir.'iJe   nnrier'.s candlt-itick  on the m.rrkbt. ,  Jn ircClni'y's (nam led w��rc we li.'vr r-vrrvibine  tlint.  is  p.ul   we  GEN%RAL^NEWS, NOTES.  A ^ new * government building has  been promised Cranbrook.*  The new miners union_ ball ���-in  Phoenix.has been opened with a grand  ball. ' <     ,   ��  The Masonic Grand Lodge * of  A.lbeeta,'will meet at Medicine Hat on  Feb. 14th. '  *  Tbe Grand Trunk Pacific   has   announced  its   intention   to handle its  own sites along the right of.way. ,,  -3 '  Reports from Phoenix State that tbe  epidemic of typhoid fever is dying out  and tbe convaiesant3 are recovering  rapiJly.  ���__ ' ' ���<  Kaien island is to be the Grand  Trunk Pacific's terminus. t Construction of wharves will commence early  in the spring.   Tuck Collins, who at one time ran  a barber shop in Moyi6, is now in  Phoenix, ' He has been elected a trustee of Phoenix Aerie No. 16S F. 0. E.  Everybody   was   Scotch Thursday  nighVAbe  anniversitry' of  tho   birth j  of "Bobby", Burnd. 'Never  did   Moyie  have a more succe'ibful  entertainment  bv local talent, and it waB superior, "to  those put up by. many   of   the   traveling companies that play *bere,   There  wore over 200 people in   the  hall  and  they  enjoyed  every . number  on   the  program.   .The bagpipes were  greatly  in evidence, and  there, were   Scottish  songs, recitations, ^etc ,  galore.  ��� The  butbide   'talent   added   mau-rrally   to  the    entertainment,^ i'lrp, Rode  and  Miss' Ryckman of < Crehton % and , Mr.  Cowan' and'.son   of. Crunbruo'c   did  splendid work,   A good sum of money  was rai3ed,"and the   members   of ^the  Presbyterian      church    foul/    highly  gratified.' , Following is   the complete  program: 1   ,     '     ;'  . '   '  '   ,-  ���Opening address���Rev. G. H. Find-  lay; .    -'       ���  ���������'  Solo, "Sing to^Me tbe Auld Scotcb  Sa'ngB"���Mrs.iRose. ,' . * '. ''  Bagpipe selection���Andrew McCowan.  'Vibl'in duett "Marquis of' Ituntly's  Highland Fling'-'���.Messrs. Wilson and  Smyth. �� ' <,*-,".  ��� '. Duet, "Ye Banks,and Braes of.Bonnie" Doon"���Mrs. Rose anil.. Miss  Ryckeman, .    ' r        '' ' '    ��� <.  , "Solo, "Annie Laurie"���Mrs, E.' Pat-  requin. '��� * ~  Solo,' "Caller   Herrin"���Mrs. Ro3e.  Recitation,   '^'List     MayJ'a cBraw  Wooer'i-^-Mrs: J. Taylor.    " % ';  Vioiin   .Duet/'fifey��(Mary  Ramsey*a  Stratbs'pey".���Wilnon and Smyth.  '' ''Duet, "The Land of the'Leal,"^ Mrs.  Rose aud'Mics Ryckeman __  ' Solo,   "My 'Dream   of 'You"���MrsT  Patrequin. * **t J   '     -  '  Tfq'uir^d .r-b.-ut a'kilo,ht;u, , In   ih,��   -MuCLiry   lunch  'have a strong leader. ' , ,, .  VVft'have a stock of P.rit;!, Oil and Bra-Ius, N-��il", Screws  Hinges,   Lock"*,   Building   i'mi-r,   Stover., Jl'jtrwjre,    Axwf  " IInndle3,'Suwp, etc., etc., ete,  'if you,want anything in the above Hnr- there 13 no need  ' lo send oui of. town, ��� See our itock aud gut our prices. Yuu  ' will find both right.  saaasajgagaagg^^  ar.  ��� MOYIE'S1 ;FUTUEE. ���  Those of Moyie 'who have lived  tliro'ugh^.the drsaslrous days, of the  place have reason r. to congralulate  themselves on' their"^fores.ijf.it, or if  you will term it,-their stubborness in 1  manifesting their faith in the town.  '. There were dirk days for Ihe * people of ' Moyie���days that ' promised  nothing 'but' failure' and ruin; days  that gave no hope;days that gave no  encouragement to the'most loyal advocate of Mojie'd future.  ���   'METAL ^MARKET.. '     ���  New   York���Bar, s-ilve'r,   65J- cent*  Lead, ijjo 15.    Zine, (hpelter) $5M0,    ,'   f  Loxdon���Load, ��17.���' ,   ���  ,.\ Boards of Trade.,:   ,  . The associated birards of ttrade  will  meet iu Cranbrook on   mx., .Wednesday,  January   31.   Two of  the   most'  important mntteis to come before   the  ussociatio'u will b( the resolutioui from ���  the Trail board, whicb^are   as fullows:  Whereas,   as   it   appears,, that    0.1  accobnt.oi tire   high  price  of  LmJoj.\v  lead_exihtiog at prepent/anU' also, thv>  Tbe payroll of the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Co. for- the month of December  for their mines at Fernie, Michel and  Morripsey Mines reached a total of  $124,527.50  The rumor is again revived tint tho  head offices of the Wpst Kootenay  Power & Light Company will bo removed from Kosblaud to Nelson. Tho  company is now looking towards the  extension of its system to Spokane.  Recitation; "The Laird of Cockpen"  ���Mrs. J/Taylor.    *'     -  Duet;..*.A.fton 'Water*'���Mrs. Rose  and Miss Ryckeman. ' r  Violin Solo,���"Last Rose of Sum-  mer.��_Prof. Wilson.  Bagpipe Solo���Andrew McCowan.  Duet, "In' the shade of the Old  Apple Tree"���Mrs, Rose and Mist,  Ryckeman.  Highland Fling wi'.h bagpipe���The  McCowans. >  Duet. "My Heather Hrlls;'��� Mrs.  Rose and Miss Ryckeman.  Moving Pictures,  Auld Lang Syne.  Accompanist���Mrs.F. J. McMahon.  ��� Grand Master I. 0.0. F.-  Wifdey Lodge No. 44 I. O. O. P. held  a big meeting last Tuesday evening in  honor of D. E. Mackenzie, the grand  master, aud E? E.Simpson, the deputy  grand master for British Columbia.  The initiatory degree "was conferred  upon oue candidate, and the visiting  officials were well pleaded at the manner in which the work was put on,  and complimented the member of the  degree term for having their work up  to well. After the 'social session, during which refreshments were served,  the meeting was addressed by boih  Messrs. MacKorrzre and Simpson.  Three Accidents,  -But that'time lias   passed1" by,'    The   smaller tonnage produced  during  Urn  "��? T-, ���j'- '    J.*.,^ ';,,   ho Mar  pnn-' earlier Dart of the bouuiA periud  thuro ,  St, Eugene was never  in  oetter  con-       ,       - ,     ,,       ' ,    ,  ' '.    . ... mL.-_   will   be    a  considerable   pirt of   tha     .  !j?500,000 appropriation  fur  each ,yeac  of the first tbrte-years  of  fie   bounty  . .i l  which1   will     not   be   di-sbUrsKU,  and''  possibly during'-the oilier   two years  there will   be 'similar   balances;   now  .     . i  therefore, be it.' i      ���    ��� ' *.,  ; Resolved, that in the opinion  of the-  Associated Boards of Trade  \'-_ would -1  be of great Benefic.t6,tn'eMea(3['Uiiuiug -.'-.  industry of tbe'dis'tric't if tbe proxMsipns  of the lead bouuty act  were 'extendei1-  after     the   expiration "of the  original ' "  fi\*e years until any uneared balance of   *���  the total $2,500,000 be "disbursed^   and  that this" resolutiun   be   forwirdad to,  the federal government for actiou.  Whereas, the only refinery iu Canada producing gold and silver ia  located at Trail, be it, ,     '  , Resolved; iii order that the Can ulian  gold and silver may be used tor Canadian purposes tbe Domimo government1" be requested- to .purchase gold  and silver at Trail on the s ime basH  as tbe United States purchase their  mttdls through it's offices located at  such pointo as Seatile, Wash., Helena,  Mont., and other plsccs, and thereby  prevent the exportation of Canadian  s-old and silver to tho United States.  dition than at tbe 'present time. This  company is working more men than  ever before. The future of tbe company was^'ne've'i- so" b.-igbt,~nof was' it  .*. (*"'t - ��*  ever in position to profit,by the "favorable conditions to sucn, au  extent 'as  * j -.,".' -  nOW. -'.      ,e ���'        -;     a  The'sale of the���Afoyie Lumber^ Oo.  'to J. D^McArthur,& Co , "one*1 Of the  wealthiest lumber companies.in , Cari-  :a"a?77rneans I'hat an industry that has  been dormant foreome'time will ,soon  be one of tbe.first industrial foun'da-  tionBfor'Moyie's prosprrity.   .  The opening this w^ek of operations  in "the "eubmarine'' miuing scheme,  that is, to say, the development of the  mineral resources _ that by scientific  men is believed to exist beneath '  the waters of-Moyie lake, augurs further success and prosperity for Movie.  All other mining properties in the  territory directly tributary to. Moyie  are being looked after in a manner  that means the expenditure of money  for further development,'  All of this portends but oue thing���  the increased prosperity of Moyie.  During the dull times, the period that  tried tbe souls of the most enthusiastic and optimistic Moyie advocate, tbe  Leader always maintained that all  that the"place needed was confidence  and patience, The prophecy of the  Leader has proved true, and from now  on tbe people of this town will have  to do with glittering prosperity instead of darkness and doubt.  The man who lives 'iu Moyio, who  owns property here, who r3 engaged in  business in this town has reason to be  thankful. Moyie is all right, aud the  time is not far distant when lipr natural resources will, be attracting the  admiration and capital of the world.  STOP AT THE  ^r^H^^|C0SM0PQUTAN  of repairing fine arid complicated  watches. No watch is too delicate  for us to handle. If yours gives you  trouble send it to us we'll, guarantee  to do you a fiart class job.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler.     .     CRANBROOK, B. C  WHEN IN  cranbrook:  B. H. SMAI.*d, Mauager.  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  and   first olnsa sample r*om8.  Three mon met with accidents while  working at tho St. Eugene mine this  wetk. None were seriously hurt however. ' Last Sunday a rock fell on  Peter Lutner striking him ou tho back,  He has been laid up since, but will  soon be able to re'urn to work.  On Wednesday Win. Kuast f��ll  about 20 feet in tho slu.ft and received  some pretty bad bruises.  Thursday John Wal.li hid one of  his fingers so badly bruised that it  was necessary to have, it .amputated.  Chamberlain's. Cough' Remedy;  ' ���    aires Colds, .Croup and Whooping CougU.  Now In Hossland.  Mrs. H. C. D-mdurand, formerly of  Moyie, has taken the Aster hotel iu  Rosbltnd. She is refurnishing it  completely and proposes to renew tho  t-xcelleut record she made in conducting the Cardiff and Belleyue hotels  there acme time"ago. '' Mr. Dandurand  will manage the bar assisted by  Duncan Martin, formerly of the Clin.  'Every man owes it to himself and  hrs tamilv to master a trade or pro-  fe-sion. Read the display advertisement of the six Morse richools of Telegraphy, in this issue, aud learn how  easily "a younii man or young lady  may leai a telegraphy and be assured a  position. *  Rossiand Carnival,  Both tho C. P. R. an I G.-e.i' Northern railways have doteimiued upon  rates for Rossland'a winter cainival,  and the matter is practically disposed  of by a one-fare rate .ill round. Tin  announcement com.. 8 fiom J. S  Carter of the C. P. R , that n single  fare will apply on ihe Crow as far east  af Fernie au all inform- di.ite points.'  SITUATION WANTED���Competent cook wishes position in go"d hotel,  colonial and bome-'chef exp;-'rit>nce.  Steady and reliable. ..Good terms-required.    J. J-T.    Kaslo.  Is Yonr Watch     ���   ���  Going Satisfactory?  Many watches do not because  they are allowed to run TOO LONG  without cleaning. '  Sv\t* Yui.'u W.virii and money  hv sending it. in us, where it will receive proper" treatment  Mr. K. A. .liill oi Moyie is our  ���ipr->t.  \V. F. TATE & SON.  Jewelers and   Graduate Opticians.  CRANBRGOK, B..C  Official Watch Inspector for C.   P.   R  Crow's'Ne*t Pass DJyision... '  ���-      .71  i ;l  ''      il'l  r li-l*.!  - M  ���>  r^i L  'kf\  ������'i  , "X"  ,  r-ii  .!>!  -.!���'  '  if'!  si11  ���%i ���  !(���  -Si  *'i    u-L"rj  - M  ��� ���*- w-i  v< hi  ."��������f  - "<?S  �����' ��� -N;  *5  j'-�� I  i.;  f H\  >\\  r ii) I  ? II  ,51  .v-,:'l"-.VI,������.>������'������:' i"V-> S.-'-*\i*kli;'.'!"' ' *
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"".ane filled his liquer glass. ■ 1 suppose M)," he atihwcii-d, -slowly. Then.
with Jus characteristic abruptness, he
said: -'See heie, .Julian. My tinning
up in this ttisluon must have bom—
ineomenii'iit to' \0u. 1—1 want to
, make it up to yo", m some wa>. but
upon my" life 1 don't quite know how
to., .Do >oU mind telling me something' about \oursell, , your—your
means?" lie fGltiMcd and looked at
the table and round tho well-fin rushed thoue-h weird and rather sombre
room. ,-I don't v.ant to plav the inquisitive business you  know, but—"
Julian 'laughed at'his cousin's embarrassment. <        j
"You have a particularly transparent, mind, mv dear Vane," lie said in
his sofl? voice. ' 1 know exactly what
'\ou,are going to do. You are, going
to offer io-make- it up to me for'lhe
'loss of  my  expectations       Is  it   not
so?" '  ,
"That's about hit it, ,- assented
Vane in his direct lashion.
'" *;i thought so!" sa;d Julian with
his charmingly candid-smile.. ".You
would offer me. an allowance, 'an income—" '
"'flint's so,"   assented Vane.   'Why
' shouldn't 3? I'm immensely,    beastly
, rich   I believe, and if I hadn't turned
up you would .have been the Earl    of
iLesborougli."' , '
As he pronounced the,title Julian
Shore's lids quivered, but the ' smile
was still hovering about his lips.
'"As it is,",-went on Vane, "you are
the next in succession, the heir „ * I
. shan't, marrv—voir shake your head,
but I know what I am saying—and
' jou'will come ,into it all *Ah.V
shouldn't you accept an income, allowance, from me? If you were my
brother or son ,you would  have  to  do
so'." '        ■        t ' , "   ,   s   .      I
"     'Julian     shook    his  , shapely ,   head(
again! '.- ,. '
r'!' "But I'm not your brother or your
son; I'm only jour cousin.. And—we
are speaking candidly, are we not?—J
do not like" the lole of, a dependent.
'No' 1 will not take a penny lrom
you.*" ' '     i
"You are an  awful  lool
■' Vane "in his blunt'way. ,.
"Pet haps.  But'3   have "a.  small  but
sufficient  income;  enough for.a bach-
(elor,   and  1    value   mv     independence.
Nol'l refuse your money;  but—but if
,you offer, your friendship, your   ufTec-
" 'tion,  may  1 saj —" i\
Vane ex-tended  his hand..     -   ,       ,,'
„     ^-'Put it. that  way,"   hazard, grave-
<• ly      "Blood   is   thicker  than     water.
.See here, we  will, go down     to    Les-
-borough to-morrow. 1  a* the earl and
master    you   as -the   heir  apparent—I
ishinkf that's   the  way   they     describe
^ it' We'll'be friends,   Julian—What on
earth  rs   -JJiat  peculiar   scent;,     odor,
. ■   which  hangs, about   this-room'        he
' 'broke off to  enquh-e.    - *   ,      -.
— Julian' looked'"round'absently, then
.   smiled   and'shrugged   his  shoulders
"I- am rather   fon'cl   ot  dabbling  m
chemistry.'    -My    father    had    a. like
1     taste-   it was  one  of  the reasons  for
his rupture with the  late earl.      His
1   Lordship .could   not   understand   how
a'bannering could interest himself in
such   a   commonplace   subioct.    I   use
the room" next this as a kind of laboratory.    Come  and  see."
He arose and going to tho door
opened it and stood aside for Vane
to enter. , ,.
Vane looked in. It was a small
room lighted by a window with a
screen of yellow silk. There was a
strange, looking fireplace with crucibles and retorts, and the.e were tables and shelves on which were books
-     and   chemical   apparati
Vane glanced i omul with faint interest; he, was not scientific by any
means. ,    ,
"Hum       fancy,"      he        remarked
"What's the good ot it?"
Julian shrugged  h'-s shoulders.
"Oh    I  don't   know    Not   much,   1
suppose.     13ul    it   auuis-es   me.     >"ow
you, I imagine, go  in for sport?'
Vane nodded.
"\"es; sport of any and every kind      bl[HViv   uuwun.o  .
■3f I remember rightly, there was not     l3eoll   difficult  for
much    hunting     or    shooting at  l-es-     notlCcd her, for s
borough "
"The   late   eail   stiuved   it—so   Air.
..    Trcssider said."
"Quite so. Well. I'll alter that, at
any'iate, ' s.nd Vane. "Uhats that
thing on the fue'- 3 Umcy rt's that
that smells so>"
Julian Shore  lilted a steel  pot    or
kettle,  from   the  slowly-burning  lire
"Oh,  only  an experiment."  h»' sank
He led the way bAck ,to the sitting-
room.    "Are  >ou   lond  of   music'" he
asked  in a easaal «a\      "1 m  no pei-
forniei,   but    I m   a   splendid   hsteru r
You  plaj,  or sing/    lets heai .\ou'"
Julian" pushed   a   cigar   cabinet     to
Vane, then    with a. gtsturo of upolo'gy
and     seli-<li-])n ci.il mil,    went   to   the
piano and  Sliii(k   a   pi elude  of  chords
OJid sang
"Vane   listened   with   rupt   atU-ntion
and  admuaLioii
' il.v   dear     fellow,     you're     almost
pood   enough   loi    grand   opera!"'    he
"> ou \e     got  u     devil   of    a
touching her horeo, moved towards
him, ho still leanod over tho rails
and waited for her, Sho was almost
abreast of him before she saw him,
for she,was bowing, with the pensive
smile, to aome friends on the other
side' of the nde, but it would have
been well nigii impossible for any
one to have passed his stalwart lig-'
ure and handsome face, with their indefinable air of distinction, without
noticing him, and presently her
glance fell on him.
The sapphire eyes contracted and
closed for a moment, (he i*»oiy of
her face went a dead white, the smile'
lied from' her lips and her hand m-
■ voluntarily closed so tightly on the
rein that the horse stopped an'd tossed his head impatiently.
Sho was so close to Vane that he
could see the quiver ofi'thc lips", thu
flicker of the lids which had chopped over the brilliant eyes, lie stood
upright and, regarding her with the
calmness, which still vaguely surprised himself,  raised his hat.
She bent her head and her( lips
moved, but at 'first with no sound,
then she said in* a low,  still voice.-
.   " (TO BE CONTINUED)
naid.
vone1"
• .My   mot noi   sang   well,   1   be!ie\e."
»aid  Julian,   moil'-Mly
\ une,   w) u    'w.is   as     si-nsiti\e    to
music as a   cobra,   heaved, a  sigh; for
the   soft,   dulcet   strain   had   brought
back  the   island .to   him.    "1  must be
going. '/My  -friends,   the   JLet'clil'ords—
I'm   staying   witli   them—will   wonder
'what the-devil-has     become     of  me.
.Well, 'it's  fixed;  you'.ancl   1   go   down
to.' Uesborouglr .to-niorro.w..- ■   What's
• the train;  do you -know?"
Julian knew.' I lad-he .not. looked it.
rip,in Buudfchuw when, ho 'thought he
:should be tin. next  earl?    ,
"Ten-lii'ty," he said, "from Waterloo." ',
Vane held out his hand and gripped the:-soft, white.one. warmly,.
"Right. We'll go down together."
. Julian accompanied him to t|ie
door and stood there watching t'ne
stalwart figure as it -strode away.
Then he mounted to Ihe sitting-room.
The, old woman was clearing the
luncheon things, and she snipped and
looked at-her'master quostioniiigly.
But he mentioned, to' her to go. and
sinking into a chair leaned his handsome head  on his  hand.
Presently his thin, crimson lips
moved,, and. he murmured:
"Only     hi iu   between    me   and      *"*■
•     * V '        "        • '•     i.       '
Vane,   as    he * walked    away  from
Julian's house, was in a peculiar
state of mmd. He' felt drawn towards' his cousin; blood is thicker
limn wulerif and Vane ha<! boon
touched by the'way in which Julian
hud accepted his disappointment'and
had "pi-ollered his friendship to the
man who hud ^crushed his-hopes of a
peerage. But there was something
about Julian—lm weird place of
abode, his taste for chemistry, and
indifference to the awful odor arising
from his experiments—which jarred
upon A'ane, something in the c.vpres-
sion of 'his dark eyes, the sudden
drooping of the lids, which militated
against the favorable ■ impression
created by the handsome, face' and
graceful form.'- "       "       ' t'   .
Vane  shrugged  his  shoulders.  „
"I'm a fanciful beast; and ^ my nerves  are   rags,";'he  said   'to  himself.
'"Anyway,  I've got to  make the best
of-> him."   He's,thu     only relative   '3
know,    and   he'll ( be  the  next    earl;
I   shall    never t marry. ,1'U make     a
0 friend of him; treat him as the heir."
The  reflection sent  him  off  on    the
old  track, and 'as he strode along ho
thought, of Nina.      Though    he  was
convinced that she had been  lost,  he
had,   for   weeks   after   his  arrival    in'
liondoii,' sought    amongbt    the  shipping companies for tidrngs Of a castaway,-' but,  chancrng  ' to    miss  ' the
owners   of  the  Isfand   Queen,   ne'did
not hear of the picking up of the girl
tied to a portion of a raft.    Yes, she
was  dead,     and he  had been spared
that he might spend tho remainder of
'his  life  in  futile remorse and  regret.
.Quite  heedless  of'the  direction1  in
which he was going/he sauntered on,
and   presently,   awaking from  his   reverie,  he found himself in  Piccadilly,
*ut  tlie  entrance  to  Hyde Park.      Tie
turned 'in   absently   and  strolled;   to-
. wards  the Row.   It was. the fashionable ho-ir  ol' the. day  and  the    place
was crowded, and Vtine lit another, of
Julian's   cigars   and,   leaning   on   the
rail,    suryeyed . the  riders     as   they
"passed,huh.   The walk was'thronged
with-promenaders;   and little  groups
of     friends    and acquaintances    were
chatting and ""laughing together, making  a  pleasant  '"-little  hum  and  buzz
which,     pleasant   °as, it    was,  made
Vane   feel  very  lonely.
Some of the voices were so distinct
that they reached his ear. lie listened mechanically and heard a man
who     was  talking with    some  ladies
say: _      .
"Yes she's just gone past. Joooks
wonderfully     well   and    fit:    doesn't
she-*" ,_    -,
"It's the first time she has put in
an appearance since his death, isn't
if What a teirible blow and—disappointment it must have been to
her' Think of missing being a marchioness' And so narrowly! Most
girls   would have  been utterly  crush-
■'•But not she," drawled the man.
•'She's a good plucked one Yes
she's missed' the marquis, but I
shouldn't wonder if she goes for a
duke next time. There she is again."
, "Yes, there she is," said the lady
"1  suppose  that  black  habit   is    for
mourning?" .
Vane was turning away -when his
eve fell , on a lady who was riding
siowlv towards him. It would have
r him not to have
sho was an extremely
beautiful woman, and she was riding
a superb horse whrch-she sat with a
perfect ease that the restless movements of the highrfpinted animal did
not in the least appear to disturb.
By her side were riding two or three
men, and as she pulled up close to
the railing just above wheie Vane
was standing, other men pressed up
to the spot, snatching off their hats
and evidently eager to attract her
attention and exchange a word or
two w'lth her, while every one who
lode or walked past her, whether
thev knew her or not, .regarded her
mtentlv and with evident interest.
After all. and with a due regard
lo tbe claims of other nationalities,
is there anything in the wide world
more moving and henit stming than
a bomitilul voting English gul- And
this was one of the loveliest of the
tvpe. She sat erect ou her thoroughbred, with hfr face full in the bun-
Iight that lit up the exquisite cob r
of her thick hair of bronze and gold,
which the gentle bree/e had blown in
soft   rings  over   her   forehead Her
eves shone like sapphires in the clear
ivory oi her face, and her lips, us
perfectly formed as those of a Gre-,
cian=statue, were curved with a pensive smile. When she was alone the
sapphire eyes were apt to grow cold
and a trifle hard—one hesitates to
write "calculating"—arid the lips,
without their smile, narrowed and
lost, their exquisite curve—but in public ■both the well-trained eyes 'and
lips were on duty, so to speak, 'and
took upon them any and every expression which their owner Willed.
I -As Vane looked at her his heart-
gave one bound, then seemed to fall
into an almost unnatural calm,; a
calm w-hich made him marvel at himself; for not so long since the sight
of this face, the sound of this girl's
voice had never failed to send the
blood racing through his veins.
! Quite unreflectingly he remained
where he was, leaning on the rail
watching her with moody eyes which
expressed  the  dead    calm   and   indif-
Emotional, Spendthrift*;
The 'muscles of the face are the .most
delicate and Intricate in the body.
They, are capable of expressing an ln-<
Unite variety of emotion. The prevail-
Ing'mood fixes tlie habitual expression.'
We are tlie product of our yesterdays.
Emotional spendthrifts become beauty
paupers! 	
Neck DUcoloratloiiK.
A' simple way to remove dlscolora-
tlons from tlie neck Is to rub in fresh
lemon juice after -washing*the .neck
thoroughly at night, and? over tho juice
rub cold cream. Wash off in the morning. Several' -weeks , of this should
make the neck quite -white.
ft r i
i —
t ( r
Marble fireplaces will be greatly Improved in appearance If they are rubbed occasionally with, furniture polish.,
They   should   be   rubbed   afterward
'with   a   clean   duster   uritll (they 'are,
smooth and shiny. <   , -,
,,   •
Anything that'adds to the neatness
and beauty of the home and Its. belongings not only increases the owner's
pleasure, but fosters refinement' and
real betterment of the household.   ' ,
Coakias: la  X*p!»«.
rn N'aples cooking is done anywhere
and anyhow—Inside and outside, on
sheet iron stoves, on tin boxes, in stone
jars or In clay baked earth. Here a
cobbler sits from early to late out ou
a corner of a sidewalk near a public
"Latrina," to which he attends whenever necessary; when not, lie mends;
also makes shoes. Near him Is a granite arrangement where he cooks his
meals. It is about one foot high,
square and open at the top, with space
deep enough for some charcoal. Below the coal Is a gsate. On one slda
at tlie bottom is an opening for draft,
and a savory smell always arises from
a little black pot if oue passes there
at noon or toward the evening. I saw
a stove and a woman busy cooking out
on a balcoiiy, with about sis feet of
stovepipe braced against,tbe railing.
How   Dew lforim.
Dew was formerly supposed to fall
softly from Iho heavens, and to this
belief may be as.crrbed many 'current
uud poetical phrases; but dow does
not fall in the exact meaning of tlie
term. The condensation of watery
vapor follows upon the chilling of tlio
air. This is 'seen as the earth cools
toward night, and it takes place most
rapidly hear the" ground. Grass and
other 'vegetation cools more rapidly
than the air above it Tho air in contact with plants is thus chilled and deposits its moisture upon tho leaves of
the-plants in dew. When the chilling
of tho ,air proceeds further, the moisture miry be precipitated to a considerable height above the earth's surface,
and it then becomes what,we call fog.
-She has pretty hair," the athletic
girl admitted, "but it is never dressed
eveuly. The right side always looks
much better than the left."
'•That is because she never moves
her bureau," said tbe wise girl. "Month
in and mouth out. her looking glass
stands in the same corner by the window, and she dresses with her right
srde to ihe light nud the left in bliad-
o\v Consequently?' one-half of her
face and hair is well groomed, while
Uie other half gets only a lick aud a
promise."-l'hiladelphia Telegraph.
A Benefactor to All-—Tho soldier
the "sailor, the fisherman, the miner,
the farmer, the mechanic, and.all
who live lives of toil and spend their
existence in Uie dull routine of tedious tasks and who are exposed .o
injuries and .ailments that thoso
who toil not do/not know, will find
in Dr. Thomas* Eclectric Oil an excellent friend and benefactor in every
time of need.        '.
Spencer"Bros., ranchers at Milk
River,. Alta-, have', been assessed
$6,000 for smuggling cattle.' ,
CEYLON   NATURAL GREEN   TEA   once   and
you will   never   return   to   the   adulterated
SSpa"LteaOPJfy!,"    40c,  50c,  and  60c  per  lb. At   all
Lead Pac^ots^unj     ^^ ^^ gt   ^^    1JJ04
o.hu.Humors. Dr.   Acnew's  Ointment
SS^ ^erupK c^
n"on to baby during tecthins time.    It, !»
and all SWn r>lseaae3 ot older people. SB
cento. ''
A branch of tho Canadlf^„BS?^^1
Commerce is to bo opened in Strath-
conaT'This will make soventeea
branch offices, of that bank in Alberta-     <■ '
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. ,
Gentlemen.—Last winter I received
great benefit- from the use of M1N-
ARJJ'S LINIMENT in a severe attack
uof'La Grippe, and I have frequently
proved it to be very , effective in
cases of Inflammation. - *' ■< ,.-'**
-Yours, '
' *    '       W. A. HUTCHINSON;
Sunlight Soap is better,than other
soaps,'but'is'best when used in the
Sunlight way. , > Buy Sunlight Soap
and follow;, directions. . -■
Women-Biiycr».'   „
The salary of ii-e woman buyer is
often exaggerated,' but as a matter of
fact it varies very much according to
the department and the demands* made r
upon it. Many of them get §40 ia week,
oi $2,000 a year, and here and there is,
one who gets a salary between §-1,000
and $5,000 a year, but while some have-
Iiirge pay there' are more who have
not. > i    -   .
' jX Padded Coachmen.
In Russia it is a' mark of distinction'
for a .coachman to have a very rotund
figure. i>The drivers of fashionable carriages appear al.frrst'to be abuormally
stout. As a matter of' fact this appearance, according to Burton Holmes,
who made some Investigations recently, Is due to tho skillful padding of the
coachman's livery. . The padding U
doiie with cotton, and some remarkable
results are obtained.
mperial Maple Syrup
■' unlive cATicPArmov   *
ALWAYS SATISFACTORY
Atk your dealer for Imperial Maplo Syrup.   Do not allow him to subatltute
an Inferior article booause It la oheaper.
Raise What's- Wanted., ,__ ,_
Few* really ,, intelligent ,fand Tprr>
gressive farmers , are heard complaining. The wise man, is lie who
keeps himself ever , on* the alert to
'produce , that commodity, for which
there is a,good strong, quick market.
There are several ways in which
the cash, returns, from the farm may
be largely increased without .the .'sacrifice of much time, money or work.1
For instance, the raising of .poultry
has come to be a" great profit-making
business on some farms.
Now, a few years ago this end of
the farming business was scarcely
worth bothering with.   The  farmer's
Wife" set    a   lew   lltsuo,    laiocd   a   fow
chicks and sold a few eggs, but the
whole thing didn't amount to much
and never was counted on to help
pay the interest or swell the bank
account. ' ' c
Now, however, conditions have
changed. There is a strong, steady
and ever-increasing demand for chicks
as broilers. City hotels, restaurants,
cafes, dining cars and private kitchens are consuming more and more
every day, to say nothing of the tons
and tons required to fill the export
demand. Dealers can never get
enough to supply the wants of their
customers, and thousands and
thousands more could he sold at good
prices if they were  offered.
A few farmers have been wise enough to see what was going on and
to prepare to profit by these conditions. Broilers are wanted and good
cash prices are being paid for every
chick large enough to be made ready
for the table. Then why not produce'
them?
Several difficulties arise. Hens as
hatchers are failures. They set when
they take a notion and,seldom when
you want them to. They are careless
mothers, almost always leading their
chicks into danger and losing many
To make any progress or profit in
the raising of chicks you must have
a good incubator and Brooder, and
this initial expenditure may prevent
those who aro not prepared to instal
such a machine.
With a good incubator and brooder
any farmer's wife can raise chicks
so as to make a handsome annual
cash revenue. You should get one at
once and go into the raising of chicks.
All you need is a small yard, eggs
and the machine.
By the way, there's a Arm in
Chatham, Ont, who are advertising
an incubator and brooder and who
offer to send It propaid and wait for
the money till after 1906 harvest
This offer is worth inquiring about.
If. you will write a post card with
your name and address to the Manson
Campbell  Co.,   Dept.   ,   Chatham,
they will doubtless send full particulars of their offer.
Get into the poultry raising business as soon as you can If you want
to make money:—and keep looking
out for other good things all the time.
- Useful at all .Times.—-In 'winter
or' in summer Farmelee's „ Vegetable
Pills will cope ,with and , overcome
'any irregularities of the digestive
organs which change of diet, change
or residence, or variation1 of temperature'may bring about- They should
always be kept at hand, and once
their beneficial action becomes known
no one will be'without them. There
is nothing nauseating rin their struc;
'ture, anS the-most delicate can use
them confidently. , •.
Minard's   Liniment  Cures Colds, etc.
| A -Wonderful..Bed. .
A very costly bed was .built in-Bom-
bay for a'uative ruler some years ago.
At tlie four corners were full si/.ed figure's" of'Grecian maidens, the ones at
tho 'top holding stringed instruments,
while those at the'foot bore in,their
hands huge.fans. Extendingctl)e full
length of the bed was it music box capable of playing for half( an hour before the repertory of tunc was exhausted. The weight of the body feet
(his music box in motion,"wh'.le at Uie
same time'the figures at tire head of the
bed fingeml the strings of their Instru-
'ments, while those i*t the foot waved
their fans, a concealed'motor furnishing Ure power that kept the fans going
all night long.    -'        -      '   ',    ' L
^Biliousness. Burdens Life." —The
bilious man is never a companionable
man because his ailment'renders him
morose and gloomy. Tho complaint
is'not so dangerous as it is disagreeable. Yet no'one need suffer from
it who can procure Parmelee's vegetable Pills.. By regulating the liver
and obviating the effects-of bile in
the' stomach they restore men to
'cheerfulness and-all vigor of action.
,   ■> •     >      ,i
' That man who bid ?97,000 for a
seat on the -New York Stock Exchange must ..want to sit down pretty
badly. '       ,',,.---
-  *ltch,  Mange,  Prairie Scratches,  Cuban Itch on Hurfian or animals cured
in  30  minutes-by  Wolford's  Sanitary
Lotion. It never fails. At all druggists
A--. Vageiible Variation,
"iii th* parly^sp:ing, when (here is a
rta. -vjar-ily of fresh vegetables,
nieciiy nnu spinach being about the
mly rc-hmr-e.of ihe housewife, tender
youns hop spiouts are opposed for sale
iit tho Eiu,scls dk-lgium) market and
aie in great demand during the season, which lasts from March' 15 to
Apririo Tne sprouts are cut,from the
foot of hop prams which have been
covered with earth duilng the winter
mon hs When the earth Is. removed
the tender sprou's are cut, care being
exercised to leave sufficient to foim
new sprouts—Gardening.
No person should go from home
without a bottle of Dr. J- D. Kellogg'a
Dysentery Cordial In their possession,
as change of water, cooking, climate,
etc., frequently brings on summer
complaint, and there is nothing like
being ready with a sure remedy at
hand, which oftentimes saves great
suffering and oftentimes 'valuable
lives. This cordial has gained for
itself a widespread reputation for
affording prompt relief from,all summer complaints.
.V Cuel.oo -Ttint Sluttem.1' '
' Even thc\.cuckoo, wbitiXhas uo home,
Is sti-JugcIj\f.iiUiful 16 loca!i'ty-,rIu an
Esf-ex district an old cuckoo, known to
the whole place by a distinctive stammer in 'bis speech',- was seen aud heard
regularly in the same parish for'seven
consecutive year*.—London Outlook.
Tnkc Care of Your Teeth.
All decay.of (he teeth begins from
without. Consequently if Uie teeth's
surfaces be kept scrupulously clean
they cannot decay.f Let the child early
acquire Uie habit' of using a small
toothbrush dipped iuto chalk . flavored
with some aromatic drug, and let it understand Unit tho places most needing
the brusli are Uiose between the teeth.
That is the place where defcny almost
invariably appears. Mucous secretionl
and secretions of food are always fouuc1
between tho teeth after a meal. They
'may be removed with a toothpick. I
is almost an art to use a toothpick.
Oue must beware of injuring Ure fleshy
parts and leaving splinters, which iu
some vases may cause the loss of fi
tooth. Metal toothpicks should be altogether avoided. Those of dull and
hard wood are best.—London Lancet
Continual   Opportunity.
„Grcat opportn.nlt.ies seldom present
themselves, but every moment of every
hour of thy fonii-ious life is nn npiwr.
trinity to improve thyself, which for
thee is the best aud most necessary
thing.—Rusk In.
The never-failing medicine, Hollo-
way's Corn" Cure, removes all kinds
of corns, warts, etc,'even the most
difficult to remove cannot withstand
this wonderful remedy.
Continuous Potato Growing. **
I know of some one living near me
who has grown, tw'n'y nine, crops of
round potatoes in twenty-nine consecu
tlve years on the same piece of ground,
and all the fertilizer of any kind that
has been^ put on was simply s'able
manure. I know that to be a fact, and
I can produce affidavits to that effuct
When he dug the last crop I was there,
and th" crop was a marvel The
giouml was, figuratively speaking, covered with elegant' potatoes—President
Sklllman of New Jersey Horticultural
"Society.
« AN  INSECT MENU.
Hvery   Item   'Tuer«-on    L«»n«r   Known
'   "ii.l   Ewteeuied   !>y   Epleuren.
Here, is a typical Insect menu of
which no one need be-" afraid to partake'since every item lias been known
and esteemed by insect caters for geir-
eraUona'past.' It was served not long
o|», according to Pearson's1 Weekly,
'at the table of a rich London epicure,
who is also an qnthuslastlc advocate
of au lusectarlan dietary:
Green Caterpillar Soup.
'Frioa Locust with Wood Louse Sauce.
Curried Cockchafers.      < , ,.   ,
Wasp Grubs Baked In tho Comb.
Sing Beetle Larvae on Toast,    ' ,    '
1 ,   Motha Baked In Batter.    ■      ' •
Deviled Wlreworms. „. f,
GrasshopperB au Gratln. , <
^ The green caterpillars that compose
the ooup'feed entirely upon'vegetables,
nud'mostly upon particular vegetables
most relished by man, such as cabbage and lettuce. ( a ' ', i ",r ,
■ In appearance ^the'soup itself Is notr
.unlike Clear turtle,'while its flavor Is
delicious.,   r   , .    'v * >-''
The locusts, which constitute the see-
' ond' course, have, as "every, one Is
aware, been 'esteemed by _ gormands
the world over and from thelremotest
antiquity. "Eat ye ther locust after his
k'iud" 'is the Biblical .Injunction, and
we know that John' tire Baptist is re-?
corded 'as having lived for some con%
siderable ttnre upon -'locusts and wild
honey." ,. *   x '< •   ' <
There" are of course many ,waya of
preparing them: 'They can be fried aft-
'or their legs , aiuF wings have been
' plucked'off, which was, as a matter'of
fact, the process adopted in this particular.instance? or they mny.be pow-
derpd aud baked' Into cakes or curried
or boiled, turning red, like lobsters,-in
"the process. = <       '     *~       ,,„    *   "
The - wood louse sauce if , properly
made with fresh butter, .flour, milk.
'pepper and salt will ,be, found fully,
"crrual to shrimp'.which it<muph resemr
bles in taste. Indeedothe woodslouso,
although he lives on hind'. Is'first cousin to Unit much relished crustacean.',
Cockchafers, curried or otherwise,
are delicious if selected1 of a serviceable'size and plumpness.' So, too, are,
their grubs wlienv full grown., They
should then be at least two inches,iu
lengtli'and fat in proportion and.ma-f,
be eaten uncooked,' like oysters, or
stewed in milk.       ' ''°.
Perhaps, however, the most toothsome of all insect delicacies Is Uiat
which comes forth on our "menu of
the day," wasp grubs baked in the
comb. 'These grubs have been fed by
their parents1 on a saccharine fluid
composed or rrult and vecctablb juices
aud are simply tiny balls of sugary
'fat possessing a flavor as exquisite as
it is unique. ' No one who'has'once
tasted them will ever again be surprised at the preforerice shown by fish
for,this particular grub when used a*
a bait.
The stag beetle larva is of course
Identical with the cossus,' which the
old Rorncn epicures used to fatten for
their table upon flour and wine. The
sixih course should be served steaming
hot, since there is no more appetizing
odor than that emanating from a
plump baked moth.
Deviled wireworms are eaten in tho
form of a paste, spread upc*a sippets of
toasts, and taste not unlike anchovies
when treated in similar fashion.
Curloua  Way*  of  Crnbc.
Certain species of crabs cover themselves with seaweed iu order to deceive their foes.r One crab was seen by
the,naturalist kisig in'1878 to pluck
off zoophyles, those -plautllke iitiimnl
colonies which, grow,, oil,, shells nnd
stones, and'to fix them on the spines
and hairs of Us shell. >A still deeper
'romance of defensive tacUcs, is to br-
found in' tho case of certain hermit
crabs. They live in the castolT k.VI1»
of whelks and crawl about, House ou
buck.' One claw is bigger .than the other, and thls'ia an adaptive feature, for
when the («»ab retires into Its houso
the bigger claw ,is tucked/, across 11m
mouth of the, shell to - bar tho'way,'
against'a possible intruder. 'More curious still Is the habit, of-one species
which tolls 'along' with a sen anemone
fixed toihls shell,,,like Slridbud currying
tlie Old Man ofjthc Sea. Great cure is
taken' of this anemone, it is fed by
the crab, ,and if the latter hns to accl-.
a- new shell 6j" renson of his growth
.lie tenderly shifts his tenant off the old
abode and places, hlm'ou'Hhe new one.
A   Smart   Woman.
■"P.llggin"-' wife thinks ho Is the
smartest man on earth."
"No," auswci'cd Miss Cayenne; "sho
doesn't think so. She merely makes
Bllgglns'tbiuk she thinks so." '
Firni  Cue   of  ".WiKtnilne,"
"Magazine," properly a, storehouse
(Arabian), has been annexed by literature, butit is interesting to assist at
the birth of its now common literary
use—iff that-.venerable periodical, the
Gentleman's Magazine. In the introduction to its number (17.31) we read,
"This'consideration lias induced several -gentlemen to treasure up, as iu a
magazine,' Uie most remarkable pieces
on the subjects above rucfationed."—
London Times.
' (rontleness and cheerfulness, these
come before all morality; they are Uie
perfect duties.—Robert  Louis   Bteven-
inn.
■'    .   ■ A.Mother'M  Aimvrer.
When Earl Ferrari} ■ bad been convicted of murder., great efforts were
made to obtain a pardon on Uie ground
that he was insane.   His mother bein
ference which had fallen, orv him; and   - a.ni»e«lo<a "to aiid  requested to write a
when,    after a moment    or    two, she       t i„n„„ „„ +i,« c„v,-?n,.(-  nn^-wml
nodded her adieux to the group—the
members of which had all the attitude   and manners  of  courtiers—<"«i
„„ „ letter on Uie subject, answered,
"Well, but if I do, how am I to marry
oft my daughters 1Z
The Stomach's "Weal or Woe "—The
stomach Is the centre from which, from
the standpoint of health, flows ' weal or
woe" A healthv atomach mcam per-
fi-ct oipestlon—porsect aiRO-stlon means
strong and steady nervo cciitren-
stronK nerve centres mean Good circulation rich blood aud pood health. South
American Nervine makes and kaeps the
stomach tight.
Tlie I'lptnrrn of 1'aul Jimei.
"Paul .roues." says a writer, "was
portrayed In every costume that a pirate could be ptpected to masquerado
In. nnd his whiskers were of the longest, blackest and curliest. He is portrayed in all degrees, from the sardonic gentleman cutthroat to the blood aud
wounds Bill Bowline type of tar, but
always with as much sofa pillow slutting as possible. Oue portrait presents
him in a neat militia uniform, something like that of the time of the Mexican war and with the pattern of whiskers afterward , known to .fame as
•Burnsldesl' There seems to-"bo ■ one-
point of accuracy in all these pictures
if .they-lire of the three-quarters or full
length. .Tones is always represented
with a girdle full of pistols, a habit of
.dress to which he was accustomed.";
Minard's!  Liniment   Cures    Diptherla
The  DIatnnt   Stars.
Speaking roughly, we have reason,
from the data s6 far available, to believe thatu the stars of the Milky Way
are situated at a distance between
100,000,000 and 200,000.000 times the
distance from the' sun. At distances
less than this it seems likely that the
stars are distributed through space
with some approach to uniformity. We
may state as a general conclusion Indicated by several methods, of making
the estimate that nearly all the stars
which we can sec with our telescopes
are contained within a sphere nottlikely to be much more than 1100,000,000
limes the distance of tho sun.
Granting that all the stars we can
see are contained within this limit,
may there not be any number of stars
without the limit wliich are Invisible
only because they arc too far away to
be seen?—Simon Newcomb lu Harper's
Magazlue.	
—■ •
Explnlnlnir   It.
Feathcrstone—How Is it, Willie, I
was' shown into this room? Usually
I go into the parlor. Willla-Sistcr
said' the clock in this room wa& half
an hour fast.
is better than other soaps,
but is best when used in
the Sunlight way.
Sunlight Soap rconlains
no injurious chemicals.
,. Sunlight Soap is pure
soap, scientificallyvmade.
Every step in . its manu'
facture is watched by an
expert chemist.
% Sunlight Soap saves
labor, and the wear of
rubbing which common
soaps require in washing
fabrics.
Your money refunded by
the dealer from whom you buy
Sunlight Soap if you find any cause
for complaint.
L«ver BroUieM LlmlUd. Toronto
of
- Marital Mnneu-rer*.
,'Eben—A husband's place is to command. Flo—Ami; a wife's to countermand! "..■'■■'■■.'-,        i;
TaTUe n.  Felon   In  Time.
If   you   have   the   appearance
felon coming put some hardwood nj»'
irr   au   old   tin   cup.   pour  over  m ^
warm  water, immerse the end °
sore.finger in the aslies, set the uis"
some live coals 6r.ou.top of the su   •
keeping the Huge.* in -as long "*> • _ ■
can. and'soak it several times n iw.;
If taken iu time it generally eiin--  ,
felon from coming if the finger-is «"-.
with it often.     ,;.
,'Pitched Lower.
In the. course of her first call upon
one of her husband's parishioners
young Mrs. Gray spoke feelingly of his
uoble, generous spirit.       '  .     j
"He is as nearly an altrulstias man
may be," .she said proudly and affectionately.
"Is he nri altruist?" said her hostess,
with mild  surprise.    "I  Uibught from
the tone of his voice that he probably
was a bass."
■   ■ '.v.
*VSf    IM  *-'    No   a&Q
A few closes, at the first sign of a cold, will allay all throat
irritation—take away hoarseuessr—check the inflammation
Strengthen the lungs—ward off the cough.
All the hoaling, soothing, curative properties of Canadian Spruce
Quru—combined with, aromatics.    Pleaaant to take.    25 cU.-bottle.
ter^**-***^:^.
^V~'**Sa»^.ft.v; A  '���J r  HE MOYIE  LEADER  MOYIE,  B. C.  Fmust be  well founded  Steady arowth  in   Popularity of  Dodd's .Kidney Pills-  .ade by cureB Like that of Simon V.  fendry-He Tells,about It Hlmulff.  Blver Boiirgois,   "Richmond  Co.,  C.  rt-Jau    15' (Special).���Among   the  n,.mv   men   in  this  part- of   Canada  Ilorn   Dodd's  Kidney   Pi Is liavo  re-  ���Ucwd o   eche's and pains, and weak-  i.���u��   ind   made   strong and  able,,to  fena Kood dayVwork is  Mr.  Simon  T land?y.   Mr. ���Landry has  numerous friends heie who can vouch for  ?he story he tells of his cure-        .  r*��i will bothered  for over a  year"  ,avs  "with lame hack, wealt legs.  irritation of the heart, general  Jacness and ' shortness of breath;  o fact I could  not work and  was a  bl*I 3* not  get anything to  help  me till  1  tr>ed  Do"'1"8 Kidney  Pills.  ?ut thev did me good and no mistake  I' used three boxes and I'm back at  TtkKBtne"curP3 they make ' that  m ike Podd's Kidney PUIb so popular  Sir lopuhuity has grown steadily  Jor thi'feeii years. It must be'*well  fcounUed.      ,        - '  Tbe'THrniitiilnKlIllnpr Wimp*.  The  tarantula   killer  is  a   bustlhil?.  innuuiot <-��'Uturol When running on the  Lrouud its wings vibrate continuously.  When It sights Its-prey It flies In circles  around it.' .The tarantula  trem-  'bles violently;'.now ruus'and .hides;  now, rising rampant, shows signs of  fight The watchful, huntress Onds n  favorable moment, darts upon its victim with curved body and 'thrtfsts in  its sUng df possible into the soft ab-  ' domen. Often Uie spider lis at once  paralyzed,;but a second and even a.  thlrdo-wound is sometimes necessary.'  The-victor"'seizes its' motionless prey  with'its Jaws and,, drags It to a hole  previously dug. 'She' thrusts it in, -dc%  posits an egg upon it.and covers,It up.  In this case the bulk of the tarantula  insures sufficient, food for > the - off-  epring. and oue.' alone Is provided, as  seems to be the case wlUi. tho clcadn  storing wasps. But the, mud dauber  aud her ilk, which select smaller prey,  earner many, 'rarely sealing a cell ere  It is quite full.-n. C. McCpok in Har.  '_     One on the Cilltor^nt  L����t.  The Editor, ([gloom I ly)���I must say,  you'don't seem to realize how terrible  It is to lose you.        r '      ,  ' '    .  The- Authoress',- (sweetly)���You-- must  not lake, It' too, -muchj to' hearty "ftiy,  friend.' Rejection docs not necessarily  Imply lack ot me'rlt-^.I"'!'"'     ��� '"'-  VENETIAN   FOOTBALL.  How  tbe Came  Wu��  Played   In  Vein,  lee Bevenil Ccnturlea Ajfo.  A book published at Venice iu 1505  by Antonio Seaino relates methods of  play in a real football that v/as actually called by tbe same uatue. The field  "was so large that uo oue, however  strong, could ut'ito throw a stone from  one end to the oUier." and it was about  half as wide. Twenty, Uiirty or forepersons could participate on a side, the  number being regulated by the size of  Uie available field. Goals were set up  at either end. No one was permitted to  strike the ball with Uie outstretched  arm or with auything he might carry  in his hand. Nevertheless he was permitted to "strike the ball with whatever part-of his body that he pleased."  If Uie ball came rolling' toward him  he was allowed to kick it, the infer-  ence''being'that if it were lying still he  c-ould not do so. The field was divided  by a transverse line "into two equal  -parts, and in the middle lay the ball.  The players were r,cboscn, Uiose who  were going to make "P Uie opposing  parties, by means of colors, by which,  in the struggle of Uie contest, each  could recognize his own side. When,  the signal was given by the roll of Uie  drum or the blast of a trumpet'a play-  ,er rushed forward, one who had been  chosen by lot to be the first to, kick the  ball with his foot. This action was un-  devstood to be the beginning' of the  contest, so that after It It wo,s permitted to no one from either party to seize  it. lo strike it and .to drive it,as victor  over tlio goal. It was perhaps from  Uie method of beginning' the game that  It was'called football.",     ' <,    "  These Italian games had their origin  iu the ancient pastimes of the Greeks  aud nouians, and in reality approach  nearer to, the modern idea'of'football  than do'th'e beginnings of the game in  .northern countries, football is believed by,some auUiorlties to have been a  portion of the worship of Uie Celtic  sun god, one of the rites attendant on  th'e'celebratlve'ceremoiiles. 'Borne also  hold a* strong belief that its" original  form was 'introduced-iutd England"by,  the ' Romans.^IJennio P. Meyers in  -Outing Magazine."  I I - - ,   * ' ' '     ^    '  -    "."A .servant' PROBLEM. <.'  Wby ,tlie   Lndrf of   true   Uoune, Wok  - Keudy   to   Call  ��   Malt.  ,- A lady .recently called at the house  of a 'frfend, who answered In person'  "the ring 'at Uie door. With careworn  expression aud " Hurried muJiuer"she  apologized for the confusion"* that apparently, reigned in the.house,-saying:.  "My parlor-maid is upstairs ill���not  ,111, enough to go,to the-hospital, too ill  to work, too far-frem home to go there,  yec "needing attention ( from me. My  waitress is having, a Qt of the sulks, and  1 have, sent.her out to do au errand aud  get soine fresh-air. Theicook Is just  now not ou'speaking terms with her  husband, tbe coachman, and Is seeking  a divorce,' so that one or Uie other'must  go... Tho footman came home."drunk  last ��� night and had to  be^discharged  'this' morning.    My house is atrf sixes  FINE HUMOR AT SCHOOL  MUCH    OF    IT    IS    UNCONSCIOUS,  BUT  OF  FIRST ORDER.  RHEUMAT18M   AND   PARALYSIS.  Their Complete Howe Cur*.  Poet Free to Readers of This Paper.  for   Limited   Period   Only-  A    handsome    illustrated    treatise,  idving full description of Rheumatism  HOTEL  EMPLOYEES.  In   <b��  -Wntce*   ot   Women   WorlceM  Bis S*rvr York K��tal>II��limeut��.  Er-rrploypes in the linen room receive  ��>0 a mouth, with room and board, and  their hours are well regulated, iu most  and  Paralysis,  with  instructions for ,  Qf tJje ]arg<, hotels.    The parlor maid '  What Occur* When a Child l�� Taught  Orally  and  Without  Explanations���  ' Dr. Macnamara, M. P., Gives Some  ' Remarkable Examples In His Work,  "Schoolroom Humor" ��� Some Absurd   and  Amusing   Stories.  Dr. Macnamara, M. I?. In his book,  "Schoolroom Humor," has made a collection of children's mistakes and absurdities which is very amusine. Some  of the stories are examples of unconscious satire; buch, for instance, is that  of the case of the boy who,,said that  -the marriage customs of the ancient  Greeks were that a man had only on��  ���wife, and this was called  monotony.'  Other stories show us the working  of a child's mind In the way in which  It.'has, been taught. For example, a  boy who had learned his "Duty Towards God" orally, being asked to write  It  down,  produced   the  following:   "My  a complete home cure, describing the  most successful treatment n the  world, recommended by the Ministry  and endorsed by, medical men. This  highly instructive book was written  bv'W H Veno, a gentleman who has  made "a special study of these diseas-  or maids come next on the salary list  with ��18, room and board, aud the tips '  often bring Uiis Mim up to $30 or even ;  $50. The maid's duties are to keep Uie <  parlor swept and dusted and herself]  tidv and ready to' attpnd tie women '  gua  Tho  Ohilclror*  Against  Group and Colds by Always   Keeping  at Hand  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  es.    The preface' is by a graduato of i  gu*sts -who desire her services.    The j  the University of WurUburg. Send  postal to-day and you will receive the  book free by ^tur^-Address The  Veno Drug Company, 24 King Street,  West Toronto. ' ' v  There  are' some  reasons  why   Br. and again it has proven its exception-  Chase's 'Syrup  of  Unseed   and   Tur- '"1 worth                                  Broadview,  pentine   is   the   most  suitable   treat- Mrs.    R.    ?_  ^      ^    8even chn.  "^VKlSSf t?^Sand chil- S'and^Iave usea_D, Chase^,_Sy,  chambermaids,   bathroom   girls,   paint  cleaners and scrub women, of whom j  every hotel employs a small array, re-.  ceive $12 each. The work of the last two t  named is distinctly different.   A scrub) ���...,,., .��� ,..��� ,aBC���   a������ ������..-   woman  would  not think of cleaning] rtr" ^^^^ t"lke it "P ot Linseed and Turpentine for ev-  ��� From advance sheets of the official        ,      an(1 a palnt clcaner v,ould feel; dro   ��   coniposea  of  slmp'le  ing.edi- ery  one ^^^'S  Catholic  directory  publish ed  in  MM- j 't!iat   8he   wa��   demeaning   herself   In ; ent8 of proven vajue In the cure of We  get  four  bo Ules at  a  Urn e ana  waukee, it is found   that    the    total bb-       llie  floor.    Throughout  the | throat and lung troubles. ^iV��� thfiunM���  ' '  Catholic    population,   of the    United   =-- ^ f ^., , distIncUoll,     lt, ,��� positively free from anything cold on the lungs.    <  States  is  12,051,944,   an   incr^ase^of   hou;e , j. q^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^ , rf ^ in]urlo^ ^^   and   can   be J^J^^"^?^^ .keeping  of    Linseed   and  189,151, over  ���  -   ,    .  total  number of Catholic priests  'cludine seculars and regulars, is 14,-  484? an  increase   of G27-   There are  in the United States one papal dele-  it down, prouucea ��- ��..��-��.,    -,   gate,    one   cardinal    *����rteen   arc*,  duty toads God Is to bleed In Him, to j bishops, ninetj'   bishops,   and twenty  ferine  and   to   loaf  wlthold   your  arts,    one abbots.  pulation,   of tne    u��'^    . ���    f.uesti0I1 of 60C|ai distinction r     It, ls positively free fro  ,051,944,   an   increase   of   ��>u. e     c q ^    ^ ^ iujurious nature     ai  ^ 9ESS3S yperrestSTIn-   baSm' girls, the parlor maid above   used with pertcet   ��alety  CHILDHOOD  INDIGESTION.  Nothing. is more common* in childhood than, indigestion. *���*   Nothing (is  j more dangerous 'to   'proper    growth.(  more weakening.to'-the constitution,  or  more  likely to  pave the, wayt ,to:  dangerous  disease.   Nothing .is ,mpre  easy to^ keep under, control, for. pro-.,  per- food' and' Baby's ��� Own - Tablets,  will     cover ' \the ,   whole .   ground..  Here   Is   strongs, proof.     Mrs- G. G.  Irving, Trout Brook, Que., says:  "My  baby was   troubled with chronic , indigestion and was a constant 'sufferer.  Nothing v helped   him   until   I   tried  Baby's   Own   Tablets,       but     these  promptly* cured him" and he Is now as  healthy a little lad as you would care  to see-   I always keep the Tablets In  the house" and they quickly cure all  the troubles   of   childhood.      "Every  mothor should 'keep these Tablets on  hand.     Thoy cure all tho minor, ailments of children, and their prompt  administration   when    trouble comes  may save a precious little -life.   They  are guaranteed to  contain no opiate  or harmful drug.   You can get Baby's  Own Tablets from any druggist or by  mail at 25 cents a box hy writing the  Dr.' Williams   Medicine   Co-,   Brock-  ' vllle, Ont. *      .   j  Conrtihlp   In  New Gnlnen.  Courtship in  New  Guinea is  begun  on very different lines from  those of  the   Caucasian. ' It   is  the   girl   who  takes   the   initiative   Instead   of   the  youth.    When a yoyng man  falls  in  love with a Papuan belle he does not  look   at   her   and   whenever. possible  Bhtins  her  company.    If she appears  grieved at such slights the suitor performs   various   acrobatic  feats  whenever he thinks she is watching.    lie  will  leap   Into   the  air,  stand on   his  head   or   knock   down' some   smaller  youth.    Should the glil be fascinated  by these performances she employs a  little girl to carry a nut to her lover,  and on the nut she will paint certain  emblems indicative of her passion. The  nut will also tell where she will meet  him that night.   At this trystlng placa-  the two will eat the nut together and  make such  arrairgernents  ns are  necessary for Uie marriage.    All the dllll-  cultles of proposing on the European  or American plan aro done away with  In New Guinea.  and' sevens,1 my, husband lunched downtown, my 'mother* has 'taken th'e*ehil-  dren and Uie nursery' maid home with  her, guests arrive5 this"evening, -and. I  have spent the day'in a1 vain search for  help In the house. ;'I -belong, to a'club  studying '��� household -, economics {. and  have allowed it-to turn a searchlight  on all-iny' household-*affa!rs in Uie.'-ln-i  ', terests of society at large.'" T am now  ready'to call a halt,, to refuse to have  my domestic arrangements considered  a hunting, ground for thcorJsts.Ho pronounce all such clubs vain, mockeries,  suar-es'and delusions, Inventions of the  enemy for squandering time and showing the bitter contrast between abstract theory aud.concreto reality. Tho  vonly club I am interested iu must provide on tap maids who never got ill or  sulky, cooks without a temper and  coachmen and footmen rol unimpeachable habits."���Lucy M. Salmon in Atlantic; ,'  ' .-i  r    jJriie  Snmalcslr.  There . are, weather 'prophets and  weather prophets, but there is a stone  which it* is asserted unfailingly foretells, changes in the .weather. This  stono was found in Finland, many  years ago bv an ^explorer and has been  watched by* scientists wiUi great iater-  est/It is'known as the samakuir and  presents a white mottled appearance in,  sunshine, gradually turning /from gray  to black as a rainstorm approaches.  Tho samakuir Is made up of clay, niter  uad rock salt In dry weather the salt  in Uie stone is prominent, but when the  air is filled with'moisture the^salt absorbs tho moisture and turns black,  thus acUng as a barometer.  When n  Chines-o Emperor Die*.  When'a Chinese emperor^dies the Intelligence ls announced by dispatches  to Uie several provinces written with  blue ink, Uie mourning color. All persons of rank aro required to take red  silk ornaments from Uielr caps with  the ball or button of rauk. All subjects of China wiUiout exception are  called upon to forbear shaving their  beads for 100 days, within which period none may marry, play upon musical instruments or perform any sacrifice.  wlthold my mine, withold my sold, and  with my scrnth to, wirchp and ��� pive  thanks, to put my old trash In Him.  This example la fifty years. old, but  the book contains more modern results  of bad teaching.  . Thus, a child wrote down this version of the tenth commandment: "Thou  shalt not cumt thy* neighbors house,  <thous .sha.lt not cumt "thy neighbor's  wife, rnornln' , circus, mornln' 'oss,  mornln" a��s, nor anything that is W��"  Many otjiie answers in the book show  that the children had been tausntmere,  Isolated items of information, which  they supposed to have no ' object except to provide questions in school. In  such cases what. is ��� learned j is only  "words. '   - '%'/,'  A.  child,  beine  asked   to, name    the  chief mountains In Scotland, answered:  "Ben   Nevis,   Ben 'Loaaond   and    Ben  Jonaon."    Dr. Macnamara' thinks .that  rirls are more conscientious,than boys,  and see sooner, what is  .expected 'of  them.        " '' .'   ">' ' " '<      '  A boy,0 being asked  "Who, was Guy  Fa'wkesr  replied:-.  Guy   Forks    is ' a  man  made  by another  man,"  whereas  a'girl  said:  "Guy^Fawkes was a man  who-tried to destroy Parliament." - ,, -'  WA child was asked to think of a'crea-  fture that 'wriggles _ about in "the earth  and'sometimes conies to the top through  a-hole. - ;*A  worm,"  replied' the  child.'  He   was ' asked   to    think ��� of    another  creature with the same habits, and cried  In  triumph,  "Another .worm."   Lessons  to .that boy.were   a   kind   of   cam* ,of  cfuc-stion- and answer.       '.- ~  r Some other   questions   and   answers  follow:  "What is a .celestial pole?" ^"A  heavenly [> perch."    "What  is  poetry?"  "Poetry is when every line.begins-with  a capital letter."    A child wrote of an  Imasinary expedition to the north pole.  "At   last .'we   reached   the   north   pole.  'Wo Bailed into the harbor and went to  soe> the town."       ���* ' *    "'  >  In an account of the Salvation Army  a child wrott ot the women: "They  have name* on their hats like sailors.  They make a deal of noise; the worsed  two'is called,'cap tain and leftennant."  ���Another child defined a nib. as "the  thing, there hm't when you buy a,pen,"  while.still another youngster described  a , nshlng-n��t ,as "a lot .of little hol��J  Joined tOEether by a bit. of, string."  A teacher after explaining the use  of th"e'.hyphen asked a boy why there  ���was' a'hyphen in "blr'd-caee"t The boy  answered:; "It 'is for, the .bird to'-perch.  on. sir." That boy, Dr. �� Macnamara  says was among .the' dunces, ? but it  was probably because he' was more interested' tn birds than in hyphens His  answer showed he' had 'a''trick*or* learning-  things'for himself.'  the other maids and the linen room  girls above the parlor maid, and so on.  Human nature is much the same the  world over.    In the parlance of hotel  �����l,,",,���wS1''- " '0nS "  '"re""'" ?Jrp��?fn" nSy.���l.oS��, m not mo���  % promptly relieves even_ttem��t  Wjg*^   ot   emergency,   when  Beware  of 'Ointments  for   Catarrh  That  Contain Mercury,  as mercury will surely destroy the sense  S? "mell und .completely deronga Uw  whole system'when entering it .UirouKh  iho mucous surfaces. Such ailicics  hhould never be used except on prescriptions from-reputable physicians, as  the damage fiey will do Is tenfold to tho  Kood t-?u (fan |����ibly derive from them.  Hall �� Catarrh CW, manufactured -by  V J Cheney, ic Co.. Tol��do. O., contains  no me. "uS* and is taken internally, acc-  toe"3foct?y upon the Woodan Wj.  surfaces of the system. In 1 Uy ng Hall"  Catarrh Cure be sure you get the Kenu-  hre. It is taken Internally and made In  Toledo, Ohio, by  t\ J.  Cheney     &    Co.  ^WjMfit.., 'Prlcij 76c. per'bot-  " Take .Hall's Family T'llls for constipation.        '      ',,,., _, '       '     .  i  ~- t,       ������ 1    ' i  ' /���       i  For one of the seed grain lecture  circuits, Mr.'^ Brant, of the agrlcultu-  al department,' Ottawa, s making  set' v of ' drawings of model barns of  prominent farmers of Ontario,- and  Quebec. Among 'those Haken. as  models are the'- farm buildings -of  John Dryden, Brooklyn, 'Ont;,<; R. R-  Ness,' Howick, Q^^Se-iatorCar^-  wards, Rockland, Ont-; P. , Carke>  TJeschenes, Que- ' The -foregoing are  '?alry barns-and the 'following Bheep  barns: John, -Jackson, 'Arlington  Ont.; John Campbell, Woodland,'Ont.,  J.'.Brethour, Burford, Ont.-  sldlous!   deceptlvel  employees,' scrub women are known as, 8evere chest colds' and brings about      '";-"-  "~^ a;jze"y0ur  child,  the  -soubrettes," the chambermaids as ��,th,e J a thorough cure.,.,, ; when   ccn��eap  substitutes  will   fail' you,   but  ~-- *   Dr. Chase's Syrup    of    Linseed    ariu  .. ._*_    "oCtS.  chorus,", while Uie parlor maids are call-1     You are not    ex  chorus.", while the parlor maids are can- you ���� ��ioi    ����i��. .��.��:����.>*    -~- n7 chase's Syrup    of    Linseed  ed "show,girls."   The ,;'soubrettes�� be- yov.use D. Cha��,e            Mg Turpentine  never   disappoints,   %  'gin their work at 1 o'clock in Uie morn- and  ^en^ne   for O^�� t^^^   ^y ^ ^^ a(. a], d(?alerg.  .                   .       J. ~      n^^     Unlet.      .tr.f-11      !l nimr     ll. ��1A     ..*aw.��m*.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1  lug and do not finish ���until about 5,  They scrub' the floors and go throughout the house with soap and hot water.  ,In one big New York hotel tbe employees are permitted to enter the help's  dining hall at any time of the morning  or afternoon between regular meals  and have a cup of tea and a light lunch  ���a system widely has much to do with  the contentment'" reigning among Uie  employees of'this establishment The  cost- Is only a trille, and, although the  plau has been In operation for some  time, Uiose who "enjoy Its advantages  do not dbuse It. ' ���  WINTER WORK WITH  BEES.  BEEGHAM'S  Some Hints That May Prove of Value  'to the /\piarist. '������  Although bee8 are not active in winter, vet the beekeepers will always  find work to perform. Colonies outdoors should have an1 entrance contracted' to about 3-8x3'or   4    inches.  Tho  First Thing  in ihe  Morning  The hapha-sard. use of a remedy  will'never discover its efficacy. Try  Beecham'b Pills morning and night,  arid note the improvement in your  health.  ��n  Br!ght's<, Disease���Ins  relentless!   has   f��"��^'"t",m':"tneV''tl<Je"o"f  by-medical  s���c'"1*^ott*unStt1i!rs0utn Ameri-  l?ere��r��lea��"S 'anyVnf b^Wlr  &r the vfctim of this dread, form of kidney  disease.'    ���     '     "        l    **" ,  HUMAN  DISSECTION.  Tho  last Thing  ,   at  Night.  oold Everywhere  w T'R Preston   expects  .that  the  ,���S��5�� return^ ^J******  there' w 1 be no cessation of the vigorous' immigration, campaign _whlcfc  .1 .being   conducted   in  Britain  M  inard's" Liniment/.Cures Garget  In  Cows.  -An exc.a^^It^l.in,  It is  328   miles from east  A Kindly Scot.  Tho late Dr. George Macdonald was  noted for his kindness. He once went  Into a chapel at Malvern, records a^bio-  grapher, and<--was distressed beyond endurance at the worn aspect of the dispirited preacher. When the service was  over he'told the preacher that it was  high lime he took a holiday,'and that  it was*his duty to do so He was met  by the statement that It was impos-  bible. He asked that the officers of Uie  church should be summoned." When  they came in he revealed his idenUty,  and described himself as. a preacher  out of harness, but prepared to take  there and then the conduct of the service for the next month. But now s  fresh difficulty arose; the'gratified minister had nowhere to go. so Georc*  Macdonald told him that this was easily-settled. He could go to his own  house at the sea-side; and so the compact  was settled.     ��� ', -  On another occasion (says the same  correspondent), he went Into a shop in  the town in which he then resided, and  seeing at a glance that the girl-who  served him looked fragile and ill. he  enq-uired the cause. , She was standing  at the counter all day, and nursing a  sick mother overnight "Then," said  he "I will Just send one of my own  clrls to take your place every day for  an hour or two, while you get a breath  of fresh air"���and he was as good as  his word.     '   ,  t,ljrliinlnsr ����  nnd Him Helil.  Pa Twaddles���I can't see why that  young idiot who is calliug on Molly  hasn't sense enough to go. It's midnight Tommy Twaddles���'Tnin't his  fault. He can't go���sister's" settin' on  him.   '        ���..���."������;������,'.'':���.,"'.������,  that  One  Exception.  Mrs. Bibbs���This paper says  walking In the rain, without an umbrella, will remove wrinkles. Mr.  Bibbs-Well, it won't not If you are  walking in tlie rain without an umbrella because some friend has stolen  yours.  S  .-'�������"s  -���'."  ;'-"-tf'  ���:*i  ".T  .*  There   .3  no  policy  like   politeness,  . since a  good  manner often succeeds  where the best tongue has failed.���Ma-  goon.   ������'".-���     �����'-.'���'���''   '.'��� "������.,'. .  Cash or Cure  H Shiloh's Consumption Cure fails lo cure  your Cold or Cough, you get back all yol-  paid for ir.    You arc sure of'a. Cure or  ^  the Cash.    - .',; . '.   |;   '    '  If it wasn't a sure cure, this offer  would  not be made.        \  Can any;hing be fairer ?  ���..   If you have a Cold, Cough, or any disease  of the Throat. Lungs or Air Passages, try  ���SHUJOH  . 3-3  25c. per bottle.    All dealers guarantee il.  ��� '.- ",-���������   ���'-',"     Her Poem.     '     ;  ���;���   H(>-T hear you read a poem at your  I commencement    She-No; I wore it  The voice of conscience .is so delicate,  that it is easy to stifle it. but it is also  so clear that it is impossible to mistake  't.���time- d�� Staid. '  Fnpos nnd Fee*.        , .  An English"'".ii-tist., writ iu;r In a London woman's niRgazine. snys:        ���.  'T do not know if;any one has ��or  flrawn attention to the fact before, that  von can generally tell the shape of a  jou ui    b . There is as  woman s foot by ut.i w^- J , ���.  much character.in a foot as in a hand.  ?",, will generally tind Uie round  fac-d, short nosed little woman has ho  Prettiest ankle and foot; the Wg.  cheeked, don'ei'nosed ^oman the ugliest.  Women with'very pretty faces seldom  hare pretty feet. Nature, somehow or  otter, compensates its daughters."    Rock,Driller.  "Lightning, when in the mood, has  an luilv habit of drilling," writes an  Knglisli observer. "It will drill tho  Hardest rock-rock which would turn  cold steel-imd not only drill, but vit-  rifv It Thev have found in Cumberland channJls Uiirty feet deep and  from two to four inches In circumference. The interior was hard and  glazed where tho solid substance had  been molted by Uie stabbing flashes.  Artificial experiment has shown that a  powerful shock from a battery will  vitrlfv flnelv powdered glass, but not  feldspar or quartz. The lightning, how-  over does It in the manner described,  not in one place, but in many, showing  (hat before striking the ground it d -  vided into several branches, each  strohg'enough to;penetrate and liquefy  the solid: rock."  Hiiril  IIended  Moor*.  ������ Negro heads are proverbial for solidity, but iu this' respect Uie*; are .farexcelled by certain Moorish tribes of Morocco, who take, a very real pride in  the thickness of their skulls: The heads;  of their bovs are kept closely shaven  from the time when hair commences to  show upon them and are never covered whatever the weather. This treatment so"tends to thicken .the cranium  that the lads are able to light with it,  Thev butt as bulls do, and the .weak  point in the skull of Uie loser is. frequently sought for by hammering his  bead with a stone. ��,������;.,  For a sum equal to a farthing these  boys will split a hard brick across their  own skulls. In boxing also these Moors  receive the blows of their opponents  upon their hardened pates.  An exenauge '"-'-'���. .,������*���* c-nqka-  teresting 'to W^Sf.&^S*  tchewan. It is 82J -flesj^ortb. to  to'west and 522 njles^ro ^^  south.     ^J^-Jrth   and.806 miles  miles'fromieast to-west and 280 from  south <to.north.'*       \ r    _      ,'"\  y  ' Uttl./"bu"t:6.a^g^; J*�� UKS  Pineapple T&bl!^*m1uYlous drugs or  doses, that contain injunou v������taM-  narcotlos���tHw��� 8J�� tn�� ^ froia tnig  pepsin���the ,��ae*,���T the tablets are J>re-  luscious  fruit.   �����M*?Vrm  ai-the fruit  box, 88 cents.       .'  The SasSt7hewan ��atJtog Sbow  will be held in Reglna in May p  M-.nard'sTu^n^Tc^eT-D.stemper  Joke of the'Deep Ses��.  "The sea's pressure is almosMncredi-  :ble," said the clubman. '."If you descended deep enough it would crush  you, bones and all. toa mass of reddish  mud. Off Sicily we ran out of ice, and  some one suggested that to cool the  champagne for dinner we lower It a  half mile or so into tlie sea's depths.  "This was done, and at dinner time  the three bottles came np delightfully  cold. But when we opened them wc-  found that they contained nothing but  salt water. The sea's pressure had  forced the water In through the pores  In the corks, displacing tha lighter  Uq.-ald."',-    >   HEALTH AND BEAUTY  Come from the Rich, Red Blood made  '   by   Dr.  Williams' Pink   Pills-  Beauty is more than skin deep-  SnrK-ery   nnd   tlie  Aaaioralits  In the  *. Olden  Duy��i.  Foi- a 'long time Alexandria' was the  Snly medical qeuter��� oft Ui'e world", and  Uie'.physician  Galen, ,born t about 130  A, D., had to journey from ,Borne to  Uie African city even to see a skeleton.  lie sent his students  td: the  German  battlefields to dissect the bodies, of the  national enemies, while he himself used  apes as most resembling human behigs.  Unman dissection was revived in"Bo-  lognarln,'the fourteenth century, where  Madonna Manzoljna later was professor of anatomy, undoubtedly oue of the  first women 'doctors,' if not  Uie very  first. ,c Leonardo da Vinci,  painter of  ���"The Last Supper,"-was a great anatomist,  but dissectidn had   fallen  into  disuse  wlieu  ycsalius  finally  revived  ' it 'about the middle of the' sixteenth  century.- ,   '     ,' ,   _ -  Even,in comparatively modern times  anatomists have been the object of attacks by the populace.' In 17G5 Dr.  John Shippen of Philadelphia was mob-1  bed���as.a grave robber.' Doctors' riots  "In" tNew"York�� occurred twenty-three  years later and^.were due to the belief  that Uie medical students robbed  graves continually.. It was the lack'of  opportunity to .obtain'subjects regularly that led to'the practicef0f grave robbing, and jorigtnated what Dr. Keene  calls "a set of the lowest possible villains���tbe resurrectionists."      .    *   ������ t  This 'is apt to become clogged with  dead bees, which tho apiarist should  1 rake out on warm days with a bent  ������ wire  He must be careful not to raise,  Jthe wire too high and thus disturb the j  I cluster'of bees within., �� "i  "If-sriow closes the entrance, the bees  may smother. Some beekeepers claim '  that snow contains a lot of air and is j-  an excellent protection. Yet I prefer  to sweep or shovel it away "from the'i     -���,��-    -       , ,,,     ,  entrance, as I,think this good    pra* "Every drink  of  liquor   taken,  forces  PiLL  In boxes 25 ccnti.  iust the reverse.'I set some boards or' of-the ailments brought -on by even  boxes against the hives and shovel the rf.0derate���"drinking. Stop at' once the  space full of snow. This helps to retain , use of Honor. It it inconfve,^va  tho warmth'and keep off the piercing you to do this it. is proof positive  0 ������- ' ���        '(hat  you have  the-disease of inebri-  ' Slurry "to,the *Lniiit. '  It was the 21st of April. 1S21. 'Dr. I.  P. Frank, the eminent governor of the  University hospital, Vienna, lay on his  ilpatbbpd ,and was expected every moment Ho pass away, Once more the  eight leading'medical men of the capital gathered round his couch. All at  ���once the patient burst out laughing.  "What is it that tickles your'fancy?"  bis friends inquired.  "A story bas_ just come into my  mind," was tho reply. "On the battlefield' of WagrauV lay a French soldier  and counted his wounds., 'Sacre bleu!'  be exclaimed. 'It takes eight'bullets to  kill a French grenadier.' Gentlemen,  there are eight of' you too." Thus he  spoke and expired iu a fit 'of laughter.  ���it  Caffeine. l  Caffeine, the active principle of coffee, was discovered by Runge in 1S20.  ,[n a pure state it'takes the form 'of  long silky needles. In ordinary coffee  it is present to the extent of about 1  per cent, but Java coffee contains 4.4,  and Martinique has as much as 0.4. It  is said by some chemists that caffeine  in its essentialities is identical with  theine, the active principle of tea.  Chins affirms that the inferior qualities of tea contain more caffeine than  Uie best commercial grades.  thus  disturbed,  some  will leave the _ people    back   to    health  cluster and become chilled. The colony   aud .happiness.. Write  today ror��� evi i  cannot afford to lose a single bee dur-    dence and*we will prove our claims,.  Ing winterer spring, for al-this, time'   Address in confidence '  of the year a- bee is worth more than jTHE   KEELEY   I NIS T I T u.T fc  tnree or four In the'summer months,   j 13? Osborne'Sfc, Winnipeg. ,   ,  If mice*are allowed access to   the i  hives ,they will do some damage by |  gnawing'the combs and annoying the    j"  bees, but will probably not kill a colony outright Wire cloth, four meshes  to the inch, will keep them out, but  not hinder the free passage   of   the  bees  Hives wintered in the cellar, unlike those" outdoors, should    have    enlarge entrance,', never   clogged   with  dead bees. A piece of stiff paper, the  size of the inside of the bottom hoard  shoved under the bees or frames, facilitates-the removal of dead bees. It  is easily removed, cleaned ��� and , .reo-  Bees'ought not to'be*dlsturbed without reason in winter,vbu't if a.shortage  ot stores is suspected, 'examination  may' be made and the need supplied.  With a candle for light, the cover is,  removed and the eye run quickly over  theitopsot the frames. If plenty of  sealed honey is seen, the hive must  he closed at once. If to be fed, a super  'is;put on and some quarter-inch strips  . ot wood laid 'on the tops of the frames.  Liquid feed must be avoided during*  winter, for it stirs the bees to greater  activity. Brood rearing results and the  colony may suffer from diarrhoea or  spring dwindling. Sections of honey  may be placed on top of the quarter-  inch strips, with sealed surface toward  the bees. Should no sections of honey  be at hand, there can be candy made  of granulated sugar, dissolved with as  little warm water'as possible. The  solution is set 'on the stove and boiled  until it will harden when cooled into  a solid cake. To test it. a little may be  dropped into cold water. When done,  lt is poured into pans lined with paper. <?  is blood deep. There is no real beauty no good health without rich, red  Wood Every graceful curve every  sparkle of the eye. every rosy blnsh.  comes from rich, red blood. Dr. wu-  Uams" Pink 'PHls are tho greatest  blood -builder and beauty-maker in  the world. Every dose *f�����,  makes new, pure, rich Wood. By  making new blood Dr. |wmiams Pink  Pills sharpen tho appetite, soothe, the  worried nerves, regulate the health.  They banish paleness, clear the complexion, bring rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes. They give plenty of strong  blood for all the delicate functions of  womanhood. Miss Mary Jadkson,  Normandale,   Ont,   says: F.orfT.uP*  wards of three years I suffered from  anaemia. I grew so weak I could  scarcely walk about the house. I had  no color in my -face my lips a��d  gums 'were bloodless- I suffered from  headaches and dizziness.and fell away,  in weight until I weighed only 94  pounds. No treatment gave me the  least benefit until I began the use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. ' Inside of  a few weeks after beginning the,pills  I began to grow better, and they soon  restored my health, and while using  them I gained fourteen pounds in  weight. I can strongly recommend.  Dr. "Williams* Pink Pills to all" pale  and feeble girls.";'     ' ��� ��� ���.- ' '  There are thousands of pale anaemic- girls and women throughout Canada-who should follow the example of  Miss Jackson and give Dr. Williams  Pink- Pills a fair trial. Bright eyes,  rosy cheeks and perfect health would  soon, follow. When you buy the pills  see that tho full name, "Dr. Williams' Pink, Pills for Pale People is  printed on lithe wrapper around each  box. Sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 60 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 by writing the Dr. Williams'  Medlclng Co-i Brock-yille, Ont.  Anions the  HeatUen.    -   o  Helen, aged four, was spending a  nlght.away from home. At bedtime she  knelt'at her hostess' knees to say her  prayers, expecting the usual prompting.  Finding Mrs. I. unable to help her out.  she concluded thus: "Please, God,  scuse me. I can't 'member my prayers,  and I'm staying with a lady that don't  kuow any."   A��  It Wnii  In the IJcKlnnlnff.  "I wonder * how graft originated?"  said the studious man.  "Away back in the garden of Eden,"  answered Senator Sorghum, "man was  a grt-ftcr at the outset. Adam couldn't  even let Eve enjoy au apple wrthout  getting a rakeoft"." 1  Generous.  '    "Some men say," remarked the beautiful heiress, .'.'that I have no heart."  "Oh that doesn't matter!" replied'Uie  poorjmt willing youth. -"1*11 give you  minc"."' '     ��� . ' '.    -     '   . ':���'[���       ',  '"what .makes' old age so'sad is not  that our joys but our hopes cease.���  lUchter. .     , ..-,'��� -...-,  1 never wonder to see men wicked,  but I often wonder to s��e them not  ashamed.���Swift  * l t  One'of the hardest things to find In  this world Is a friend who isn't hard  up at the same time you are.���Chicago  News. ��� '' i  In Your Leisure Time;  > If you could start at once in a' business which, would -add a good round  sum to your present earnings���without INVESTING A DOLLAR���WOuldn t  you   do   it?   * -      "      . ,        -      ".  Well, we are willing to start you in  a profitable business and we don't ask  you to pift up any kind of a dollar. ,  Our'proposition is this: We will  ship you the Chatham Incubator arid  Brooder, freight prepaid, and^  You  Pay   No'Cash. Until  , After 1906 Harvest.    .  Poultry raising pays.  People who tell you that there is no i  monev in raising chicks may have tried  to make money in the business by using  setting hens as hatchers, and they  might, as well have tried to locate a  gold mine in the cabbage.patch. 1 he  business of a hen is���to lay eggs. As  a Catcher and brooder she is outclassed. That's the business of the  Chatham Incubator and Brooder, and  thev do it perfectly and successfully.  The poultry business, properly conducted pays far better than any other  business for the amount of time and  money   invested.     ' \  Thousands of poultry-raisers���men  and women all over Canada and the  United States���have proved to thei^  satisfaction that it is profitable to raise  chicks with the  I Mnke   Your   Gacsm.  A beautiful young lady and her once  beautiful mother were walking down  die Street together when they met two  gentlemen whom the mother knew.  "How much your daughter resembles  you!" exclaimed one.  "How closely you resemble your  daughter!" exclaimed the other.  Now, which.of -theso two gentlemen  do you think was invited home to tea?  Consumption  Cured  Never lose heart if you have  consumption. Others who  have'been left to die by the  doctors, have been saved by  Psychixe, and it will save  you, too.  Consumption is a power-  ful disease, but Psychixe is  a more powerful remedy.  It practically puts new life  into the system, increases  nutrition) purifies blood,  tones  up  the  nerves,  'e'Fnis   and  kills  repairs exhausted tissues/, Don' t  waste time'and don't lose  hope until you' have tried  tij  K',\  if i  H*  ���J'.  -IF I  m  -"���Ii  t;" Ml  - 'tif  "t i  ' ^,  ���* "Ii  -   .is1!  ���fc-l  -.jii  > IV* l  'rll-l  ���til  ':!  %\  -fff  -    ���'I'f  ���. m  ri "Wl  '  ��<r.|  - - -i-i-if I  '**  -I  i".*v!  !l  - < i  r'  liSJ |  lh\  \AS  IM   KJ   No.   S.SS  (pronounced si-Keen)  Sold by   all druejrists throughout Canada for  SI-per bottle.  8AMPLS  AND TREATISE FREE  Addrbsb, "8��mplo Department L"  Dri   T.   A.   SLOCUM,   Limited  Laboratori���� and Offices.  179 Kins 8*r����t W����t,    -     TOROMTO  120 Eggs  240 Eggs '  CHATHAM INCUBATOR  AND BROODER.  chfcki out of Si effgs. This,�� W  flrst lot: truly a 1&) per cent, hatch.  I am well pleased with my iiioubator  ind broodor. Tlios. McISauduto.v,  ChilUwack, B.C.  "Mr first hatch carno off. I pot  1T0 flxio ohioka from 1W oBSi*. ^ "o  can bent that for tbo flr��t trial, and  ro oarly in tbe spring I am y.ull  Dloasod ^ith incubator, nna if I  could not get another niomiv could  not buy lt from me. tvery farmi,r  ehoold have a No. 3 Chatham Incii-  bator.-F. W. ltiMSAt, UuunTille.  ��ut-" . L   ,  "Tho incubator you furnished mo  works exceedingly well.   It ii easl j-  operated, and only noedi about 10  minuter  attention   every  day.?> lt.  McGmn.-ix. JIoose Jaw, .Aaba.  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is honestly constructed.    There is no  humbug about.it.  Everj' inch of material  is  thoroughly/ .tested, the machine^ is  built on riyht principles, the insulation  is perfect,   thermometer reliable,   and  tho workmanship the best.        _   .  The Chatham. Incubator and Brooder  is   simple as well as scichtitic in construction���a woman or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.  '    You pay us no cash until after rgoo  harvest. ,. -,'i"  Send us your name and address  on  a post card to-day.  distributing warehouses i  illfary,  ���S.iinfl Wlnnlnetr. Now \Vcstniln��tor,  i��g:.-��^MF��.Chatham. Address  all oorrespondoiice to Chatham. 311  Th��Manson Campbell Co., Umiied  ^pt.235. CHATHAM. CANADA  Factories at Chatham. O.vr., and Detroit.  Let  us quote  you .Prlcf-s  on a dood Fanning Mill  or jiood Farm Scale. �������� ���/ -"  I���.<?-''.'������.  If  .!;  'i/  Published in tb<- interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay,  p.'.r. SMYTH Jt CO..  -Publishers.  BATEb or snBSCBri-noN.  Oie Year ������>  SA'i.UROAY, JAN;27,  1906.  ftandoh ^tuudard:���Otall the silver-  lead cam pa in British ' Columbia..  ,]��!(���> iuie the only ou that shows any  signn ot 'rife.'  ' Since he bus adopted a wig and' a  bicycle, John D. Rockefeller may  drift'next into the cigmette habit. He  would look 50 years younger,'  ' If Caasie Chudv/ick lives to' ��t out  of the Ohio pen bIip will be ten ' j"*nre  older than wiejj she went in. But  even" then "there' will" be ��0 cinch aa to  liow old is Ciss'e,        ' ; '  DON'T FORGET THE  Eagles'   Masqe-  rarie Ball  WED. FEB. 14th, 1906.  $50 Gold in Prises,$50  TICKETS ,  '   r* i .    *. '  -$2.00  - - + .->  CJmroh Berrlcos.  '"'Presbyterian���In ihe- Oddfellows  Hall:    Sunday School at 3 ;p, m'.   Evening    service'at  7:30.    ' >,;'  Everyone welcome.'  ��� '   -     -    G. H. FINLAY, Pastor.  ���  .Methodist���Sunday'School at .3 p  m.   Evening service at 7 :30 o'clock.  ,  Everyone welcome.   '  D. M. PERLEY, B. A., Pastor.  Excello  Polish  / T&e gasst Polish in the  e' world for Gold, Silver,  Brass, Copper  and  aU  kinds of Plated ware,  SAMPLES will be given  'away at  I. 0. O. F.  WJldey Irf>dee Xo. 44.  Meets every Tuesday evening in their  ball on Vrctoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  P. G. Roi;th, F- J' Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y. ^  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F, of M.  Meets in McGregor ball every Saturday evening. Sojourning memberb  nre cordially invited tp attend.  Wjt. J. Fkltham,     Thos. E. Kelly,  ' President. *    Secretary  MOTIE AERTE NO: 855  SALE  D -"      '     '.        I '       ''  Golden Star:���John Houston, M. P.  ( "i  P."for Nelson, has'hia old room in the  Djrtard at Victoria, No. 69; ' Sixty-nine  is a good ' number for a ��� room. No  matter how drunk you  get, 'whether  L - i l  '' the figures look upside down or not, it  is still G9.       ,.   '        ' ',    '      "  'i ' ���'        ���1 i   '.  �� ' f c <"  , Tbe   Spokane    Chronicle    suggests  that' British   Columbia   would   be  a  ,'splendid   addition   ' to   the'   western  1 -'r i> i   ���  , United States.'   lt(says it would bring  ''to that country' a'ternlofy   of untold  /wealth and a most desirable-class of  citizens,   And also  if'ever B. C,  ever  .     '' . , ..    ' ,).        . <v   .  ,  vyauted  a.new- home. Uncle's  Sam's  :-.->,    *      +        , , '        .   * * '    ,   ,  door can not be opened too wide tor  such a 6tate. But British Columbia  feels pretty well satisfied as she is.-  *    SOTICK. '        '     .  To John   ?.* Tiern'ey,   formerly of  ' il I  Moyie, mucker: _    '..  Take notice that Frank J. Mc^Iabon  has entered'suit against you in rtbe  Small Debts Court bolden at Moyio  before me', James F. Armstrong, Stipendiary Magistrate, for tbe sum of $19  'due by^you' for board,"and that if you  do not appear at the ' sittings of tho  said,courtJlo..be'i holden 'at Moyio on  the 30th da'yoT'January, 1906, judgment will be rendered in your absence,  litted'at' Moyie, the"2jSth t'day >of  'December, 1905. J. F. Armstrong, /  ,  '  ' ,\      '       Stipendiary Magistrate.  \ . ��� "-; ���-.  '   ,,.,   -    ' For Sale. ,      '    ,, .  ]"  ' .The place known as   the  Dillfmilk  ranch,.320 acres, good barn and house,  r Apply to- ,'*",'  - -. J. E. Crowe, Moyie, B.'C. '  The .Moyie   Drag'.'.tad Stationery. Store.  .Meets on UK*  li>i and fiid' Wednesday of each in-inljii   a(  8 P. M.  ,E. A. HILL,      <   "J   "  HiWKE,  Worthy Pr<*s. , Worthy Secr'y.  Having   decided to close out my business in  Moyie, I am offering my whole stock of  Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Under-  wear, Top Shirts, Sweater s, Hose  and everything to he found in a first class&ents '  Furnishing Store -;',  ' Colleqtionfo  Farrell & Smyth, Moyie.  t,        tadyVBarber Shop  Harvey   &  .-MeOarter,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  CranbrooK,   -   -   ,B. C.  _ H_  J -1 !  'vfcr,  ,   .Frank     Paper:     The    advertising  fakir was again in our midst laat'week.  "  It is astonishing the way these ( strangers can walk into a town and do bus-  ...... a  'iness.l Businsss   men���-who either do  > i i*  not   think   of" advertising   with   tbe  uewspaperman who makes bis  living  i ', .1 , ."   '     '  ' and'spends his money'all at borne, or  if ahey do, kicli roundly at  the' price'  , he charges,. will grab at the first  i ���     '���- <       - ' t (,..-,  advertising   fake an   outsider    brings  along and "for it they will, pay  a price'  .-r</ f ��� . ... _  ' that would ' turn them black in' tbe  face if asked by the local man.    Every  -  businessman   tbink3  he   has,a  kick  ' coming against'people wh'b earn , iheir  living in-'town .and send away for their  ��� goods, and he has. ��� People who  make  their money in a pla'co ought to patrou-  i \  ize home institutions but they seem to  forget all that when the outside advertiser comes along and give him their  biisineps, knowing that i every dollar  be gets goes out of town. They, seem  to regard it as one of those rules that  don't work both ways,  Rossland's  IF .YOU HAVE A  LOT TO SELL,'  ' ,    '  * A HOUSE TO BENT,  ' HINING STOCK TO- SELL  > '���" *: ���' ���' * '     '  <     ���''"      '���"  ,  Or if you wish to invast  in any of these consult,,  FARRELU &, SMYTH.  Under New  Mana'gepient.  ,The Dining iioom is  noy-'-ppen, the  Bar'.is newly   supplied,  and.  v '""every'effo.t will be made, -,, '���  to give satisfaction. t't ���  J. A1. GpUPILL, Propr.  aTIT McKILLOP  W. F: GUB.D,  '       BARR1ST-EK, SOfclCITOK, *CTO.      ,  CRANBROOK. B. 'C  Laing's ��� Barher   Shop.  , Opposite -Hotel 'Kootenay,  Sharp Razors,'Clean.Towels and Good  ' v-/���   '" Workmanship!'^        r'<      ���  Walter,b/Laing, Proprietor^-���  ,'' ASSAYB|iif (  ������(E  ��� ,MISS LINDELL,'Proprietress.     ���  First' Class,' Work?   Bath   'Rooms in,  ', ". Ccunection. ^ ���/        v ^'_  VICTORIA ST.;   .      . ./������"   I'MOTIK.  P. BURNS & GO  ;, '���. c, ��� ;  - '  WHOLESALE AND RETAIt,, ���  MEAT     MERCHANTS.  ,   Fresh  and Cured Meats, Fresh  _  "  '.Fish; Game-,;ani  Poultry.   We  supply  only   the   best.-    'Your  .,  ' < trade solicited.  '  ������,,,   -   ��� ' " i.  '   , HAEKET8    j-    _        i-  In, - all I the Principal  Cities'and Towns id  ���.,"' British Columbia-,  C.H..DUNBAR   '  Barrister,.Solicitor, Notary "Public, Etr  '   Cranbrook, B. C. **  Th6 Sale Is  DR. F. B. MILES,"  Cranbrook,.    -   ' ,B, ,C.  i -      * ���    ' '  Come in and-exaininegoods andsee;  *r prices^ -��� It will pay you.     ;   .>���   ,  <    -' .    '       ���'>,;���   *'���   ,   '    ~* --.'��� ���   "  ��� ' ���'  George H. Thompson,  ,   i*      r    ^        * ���  i ���*' '       , Bakristkr, Solicitor, -No-  1    tarvPuBLic, &c.  a       .- ' > . .  CRANBROOK.      iBiUTi&H Cot.umbia.  BUY YOUR  NELSON,  B.,C;  ���THE-  Oigar//*" Tobnrcos, r; Confectionery'  ;'";HpT'E��.;!.  ,' ^   ' p. f. joEMsidri.*'':, ���.  ���    , '  This*"Hotel is New arid^well,Furnished   T��e ' -j  ���j"  ,   Tables are Supplied with^ the; Best-the ,* '  I '*    Market affords..,The;Bar is Filled with ���  %       the Best .Brands'of Liquors and, Cigars,  '-..-���' HEADQUARTERS'-.FOR COMM^RCIAJ^   ���     ,    J  - '    f . AND MINING' MEK-'-s   ; . .. .'.vv    ;   ���  MOYIE' -'   '      -       ��� --, - T^" >! J'   "  '   '- .,'.;'_����������"���?�� OOI.UMUU     *  ���".      I.      .,���.r  -NINTH-  Winter  *OESAD*CNliE-a BEOS,   Props.  ,-,-.��--::': ��� ��� ���  LaTge sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of aocommodationb.  Headquarters  for   Ooca-r'  mercial and Mining Men.  QUEENS ' AVENUE, MOYIE,   B'. C.  J0b  February 7, 8, 9, 10  i?riees Giverx   *Z  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  NEEDED ���  Annually, to fill the new positions ere.  ated by Railroad   and  Telegraph com  P4nieha   We  want Young   M���� and  Ladies of good habits, to-  LEARN TELEGRAPH  *    "   AND ��". R; AOCOCNTIX��  We furnioh 75 percent, of the Op>-  ratdrs and Sla��bn Aqents in America  Our six schools are the largest exclusive Toleuraph Schools in the wom.n  Established 20 years and endorsed b-.  all leading Railway officials.  We executes $250 Bond to even  i student to furnish him or her a posi-  I lion paying from $40 to $60 .-. montl.  in states east of the Rocky Mountain*  or from $75 to $100 a, mouth m st.ite>  west-cf the Rocky Mruiutbins, immediately UPON GRADUATION.     _  Students can enter at any time. "No  vacations. For full particulars re6aru"  ing auy'of ou: schools write direct l>  our executive office at Cincinnati. O  Catalogue tree.  The Morse Sgiiqq! of Telsgraphy  vS.-t.-S"'oh,��'   V'"^.��'.w��,  T��a?kin��rT��. Ban fc,.uolH��o,.Oal.  Fr'uits;'E'c  TARRELL BLOCK,   I ; Victoria S'  1. M.'.       i '    Wm. Jewell  5  Express and General Delivery'-; Business. Livery and  Feed^Stable.'.'���.  Leave Orders at  Gw.ynne's.Store.  British Columbia.  ;__;, ,^.FROM^    ,-^(   _  L:'J^Sie^rt ���;& -C6;  '    ,''"Agent,'for   Crown'   Nest'^   '  i'     '    ,       Steam Laundry.     -'  W. L\ 'JOHNSON, o   <,  Stove fixer and  Repairer.  Apply at "Leader" office.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  C.A.F00TE  MERCHANT   TAILOR  And Gents' Furnisher.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers, ' Imported    Goods.  (UNION   SHOP.")  MOYIE, B. C  HOCKEY TOURNAMENT for the ^  Championship   of'British   Columbia,  aud Gold Medals.  SKI RACING AND JUMPING for  the Championship o. Canada, and  Gold and Silver Medals and Silver  Cup.  3N0WSH0E, TOBOGGAN AND  SKATING " RACES for Championship Medals,  Opening with a Grand Skating Masquerade, in Rowland's com mo  dious rink, the largest Bheet of ice  in British Columbia. Alberta,  Saskatchewan or Manitoba, followed by an enjoyable Smoking  Concert under the.auspicea of the  .,     ,   .- Ro's'siand. Aerie of'-Eagles. '��� ��� '"    ^  A  T p  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  hoarding and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Jospph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and busines-  co'urses a specialty. Excollence aii'l  swift progress chaructenize each de  partment. Parents should write foi  particulars. One. month assures th��  public of tbe thoroughness of tin  Sisters' methods of teaching. Termi-  commv.ncc January, 'April and Sept  Pupils are admitted durinc term-  BO   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  REDTJCED  RATES ON  ALL RAILWAYS.  JHE COWrOKTABUL WAY,  ;' ,toHil l>'c,��n                    . ����*-��<3 Cl'-  1-V) am l.ciive   '    Fernie Arrive 9-00 pir  10:12 am Arrive        Eiko "     fc:'0 pu  12.J0 i>in     "            Rcxfurd "     0:25 pn  .V40r>m     "      SPOKASE "      0::*0iii)  7:80 am     "           Evorett     ' "     1.21 1>��  fl;00am     "          Seattle    ' "     S:t)0 pin  3.45 pm    Ar.   VANCOUVER Lv.   ^:00 pm  2-15 pm   Ar         ST. PAUL Ly.   600 pm  ONE NIGHT  To Pkatti.e and Vancouver  TWO NIGHTS  To Winnipeg and  St. Paul.  ' '      ' i^4 '  Maple Leaf'Rubbers are mada from Pure Para Rubbers  overall styles and sizes of footform  lasts.  T.'EY LOOK WELL:   '        FIT WELL  1 AND'1   , //  WEAR WELL.o ;     ,  Are Ttvlish, ' Neat   ,-,'     Ani> Dukablk.  Pore Sale By All Good .Shoe Dealers.  UeckieGo, VAHCOUVEB ,8 C.  '.   ' '       SELLING AGENTS ,  BREST PHOTO CO.  CKAN13ROOK   AND   MOYIE.  HOTEL,  - T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.    This hotel is  close  to   tho  mines, and M  ' ' every Convenience for Working Men.  3outh Vlctoria-iSt. MOYIE.  H. P. MqCRANEY,     J. H. WATSON  ���: Secretary. Chairman  Trade Marks  ,   ���  '���   ��� Designs  ��� -,    ffyfy**       Copyrights &C.  Anvrme senOinK liskeleli nnfl description m��J  ���,S ^"Vrtalij our opinion froe whether an  Fn JpnVio?f H probably piitentablc. Conimunlcii-  Uor "b HctW coufldinVoI. Hnndboo* on Patents  Ront 'tee Oldoiit ucency lor bccurlus patents,  "patoilts'tnken tErouah .M.mn & Co. recolvt  tpecUil notice, without cWko, In the  O. F. DESAULNIER.  DEALER  IN  ' PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aueens^A^e.      MOYIE  Close Connections  For Chicago,  Toronto,  Montreal  and  ALL   POINTS   EAST  AND WEST.  ROSSLAND.  FEBRUARY 7   to   10.  MUNN & Co.3GtBrt,iS^New fori!  W, R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,   .  Phone 89.        ' CRANBROOK,  Acetylcno Lighted Cars,  Eumily Tourist Sleepers,  Palrice Sleeping Cars,  Dining Cars (Meals a la Carte,)  Library Observation Cars.  Through tickets and  baggage cheoke  to all points.  STEAMSHIP    TICKETS:  For Tickets,  Rates, Folders  and  Full information! call on  or  ad  dress '-...'  SINQLE FARE  . HOBKD   TRIP.  Feb. 7th, 8th and 9l'i, good to  return  to- Feb. 12th.  H. L. Blackbtonb,   Agent ,G. N, Ry.  (FERNIE, B. C.  Full Programme, .;  ���        : ���   '   ')'���: ���'���       .-.   ���  . Canadian!  Wmter Sports,  For Programmes, Rates  and  detaik-(  lnnior'matibc, apply to local agent.  A. L. - McDERMOT  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  RANBROOK, British Columbia,  J, S. Carter, D. P. A., Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, A, G. P- A., Vancouvor.  We handle eyerytfhing in >the Hardware -linft  llso  Cumberland blacksmith's coal,rrpowdtf  I.. ��� ��� -' ���. ��� ���-��� ��� ".'���- ���       . .  fuse and ca.ps? oil, paints and g-lass, at.  CRANBHOOK.; -3EI- ^  l-^t'I,

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