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The Moyie Leader Jul 23, 1904

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Array *y 'M..ai;._  .,_ ���..^  ^1  [I'll  VI  y:4  7V��  yi  :m  ^������V'^l  ;;7/i.7'-7.      :��������������� ������   yi.V '   *., �����..,���"���.-���������  ���.."���������fd.  " "'������"���  rV  ���"_���?"-. 77s   '05' d^'-H  .7*! ,��� -i^. ��� M'-d-i ������'���  yyi.' ��� H ."*'H-...'-.'W3,-.  .  ;*..*  ���,-.��� .��������>!jGi^*i|.:'-|,'<w<-^'(.''  :fe '    fey--.4yRd'7  l-J...    k*4    &,'���>    ><���  ���a A. / ��H&.   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'���" '     < ���'.'*  7-    '..'��� :.'   ���        -7  ��� y..'d- ry.y'V^1; i'i"'.'������'���;-:?���< ;.<��i*i.d'7il''!.li.|i'O^.-'^'���'''-^Vd'''.<,,'j.>.'!'V'i-'),-'} i;i-: NI*'��yic---:.;.��� ,Vy  y-Dy' -L.ct.JLLl��  .Haslai-q, teacher in dboyMoyie scfeoly  wt.i'O rinited in������ ninrritigo ; by ,.E,cv.. 7W,.  G-dVsdiForCdnto.^yMi^'EnimfdCa  oljic.ialedyridbj;idp,3inaidldi)yl'^Ir. /Geo;'  Mciueod.'.' dciusin!;.-or.::,;|b07ybrid(���;���.' "7s  groohi3.-n!in97'li'lie cer.emQiiy������was rdr-  .fprr.jfJ'd in tl)e'a^arlh.;e.ritg ofyMr.y and  ���Jfi-'eiBarn oydvt l!io: Royal-ljiotel.;7 Af-;.  I Lt tp o 'Ce'rii'iuo n y -con gni. tli 1 n tip nis''7K'\-'  Ipy7.i!ud>.iud.d15g^  ' |darvdl7'': T-he ',.Hwdcliij;ti dcillctyylvvas.dt  o^;.;  ';yyt^ds  f>'-!--;''*t>''ii (r:  .   -������'. ...���-,'.:"?���.-.���....  ���:.-.- ���.'-/.'.::      ---.'(t.-, ":-J-: ���--���.-.    r. -k-  _         ;,..   '   ���     , - .. ���;;     . .   ��� j.���. ",'.T,   d  i���' .   -.   :    '.     "  '^yy^M^           ^..l^yW'^^  yw^rim^^  :yMymm  ::wy.yyy'yy:yj& ^���y^y-y^.  -,'���"7%  :'|-;?':i^^^��^^S  ��� kj^7'.;.. 'y' ���-' ���" ���',;��� "kyy; ��� y.���".'��� ':'y '.'.V: y-'y?'  .^,dy  'fey..  ^%d^dk^  p|/:Niul3'.(ir.ny'..ai'_.c)l;l7dl..d': ;y;y'"y; y; Dinb^r'pails aiidd\Vafcer pails,  y^ ',.. 7ra..-: ���  H.Kliiiliding-'c'otitp"h''-a'hd. pa^ | d'^y,:,.  |^y''Kadbs;iiri(i';.Lpek8ji;'..:/ kyyyy'y ;,wd '<;diingesi'���and...Screv/3,;'i.,'.��...������: ;:'"y y:'7'7'd'y ' d'y",-'  V^Paintg;-Oilsand'-Brpshes, ^7"7.ly���., Vegetable;boifersy :;'y: ".";���[, 7 y.;.,dy^ ydy..,.'���" S>7.���  d;'ddudJs'V-yf kiHly;��ui!|iibur?', yd'iy:.' w'.npli  -; ������/ 'y.'-:-;-',-;- i ^ \yp n t' svesj'r-^b a: i- h.��. ir ji i. nt ���'- -i | i'e ".s sjti i:g -nt c*r Ii -  )���;.y .; ling.yyiyy/y\tyy)f''6d-,tii'o.coagty^aidi.  "; y idvil'll.'d'''W'.fclcV'i::sd;.b& atv:hbi:i'odtp^/ibciv  I, y     madydneyisla';afLo'.-'A-.gq:.t::lUtIl;,y'i..; 'll/  .,.....'.,.���.,���,���.��� .���':���'-." ���".."������,��� ,,   ;:y7'..'-|y-.yy-'yy:,;;" vt7-'' -'loy���'':'' .v7.77^.���7'".y.-''' '':"':.'.*',  yiv.iy-y;'.iiyy.u*y;lucydt  ~ "  y-7fc?ut  :L0O/VL--7,N.��WS.!i:  yydd'-''.:ldd.yd". yy -vv d ]dv.dier.Gpcicpio wadinliovvii '^l\i,,r:ulav.  iyeaS.d'P-dy;*.vl|icb7iia(lqdd^y^  rf.*j��,.'..rl��..:^w.;.-.v���-'i-._ iVi^-.t:-.: .t-.-.-'.i- 'r.'<>,._���.-.���..  .��./.-:.���   -,������.'.= .  yyTablfrputtlfery/dPpclcet knives,.,.     Stovdpotsaiid Frying ypans, -  g,; Sci&orl-and liazprs, ,yd^';:^ ^  I dLdcjs'aiid Saww ������:7;���,.���'���'"'; :.   y::      ', 7?udding-pun3 aud'-Bate��� pans,���,,:'' y*.7.  |;'SaW^ct-ilarld'; Eilit.B7ld  ^'-earpii^lixbks'and^Iiuynie 7:���--";:'i ' 7  H';;Car|riiisesy;ud';61*^ d'ly  irubd.cbbpperH,leic;;7:'y'7^  .GTatara/a-id/Stramei-^  C0OivING.:',ST0yESy7;.:; ky:'..;v ;7 1:7''. ^d;  ����.-���������*���-���� *'vvr- r:c*:'a,"���'^  p*j w hiliii biii imii iiiiriti���wr"iT~>~tn-if-r-��TriirY"*~*'**''* "���fj"Jm***ir*.'am*  'fWm&yi^yMymmmm  ^���.raidvA- av j-*** *. .-'���; 7.. ���   ��� ... -. 7.--.. v- -*y. . 7 ��������������������� r.-;-..-,    - -.-^  ���^*iial^"ei^ita>ffi^l3 aapiOpoy?  :Eese#ed-:'':'-!:;;''':'i;:r'-'3.!000  ���:' Bast. df.i iirsyy yywas,' tlib boi test: day da  ^Wnt|is'^E!q^^!KM&:  7^>7;:-?d:7'k.ykkyy...-^-:f-:k.'/y^  imeDdiUeii:.dba8'tbtf.k  ,_._. ,Iawlaidi:ad.;ir5e numbej'ofy^  ^ly'^7b;ou^y;wbi(Jhljave.^n d^i'hrPmnbrdok'  --'--*^,,:,yy;,.i:7;7l7.w  ),oao:v;dy;:;7v^:;yi6^  Total ReSOUrCeS , -   83,000,000 (Nov.SO.'W)!^ i,: ,ml OCobcr 23, of l.^ yta,, , *t Bull xlver tbiS:ve,k. _,.      _    !^S^toundninhia   office "iu   thc  hi-     -t.l.v v.*d      rrcncnt Kate of Jntc-rc-sl 3,pc-r'ct*rit.'  i'h''  no 'yjnU  J\  Ldi'7s;.in<'     ,  ,ju.jb:Ma*jBio��c:;MiMHjialutMimerin����^ .. 5; cpp bo ��ound in hia  office   in   thc  iwilluo doubt   be   ���n.me.ii.iU-.y   ra��d.|    ja.uesUrouui    leluraod   Tht-rcduy      ^;,_oU* block. and he will be pleased to  Farrc.l block, and he will be pleased to  se   wisbiug  his  cer-  7dl'i7':METAL:���;'MAR:KET.ki;7:7  "I 'TNew;7 YPivk���-Bar ��� silver;;y-5S^: centg ���"  Lead, M-30 ���   z *m (spel tei^' $4.80;; y 7 dA;  Dr- Reddy Was Here.  Dr. J. F. Reddy of spokano,  at ond  pvrt,.,^.-^*. -  ��2^vl^..d'..-;u*��&.^^  F. C. if\h\��M.  iflGR!iua^itiu,iloclahr.tht!rrct3inudp:-r |    The \MiDeri;   uaion   will   bold " ii.j C^U ^ing & Miloa have a   per- , tin^e"iateresU3(rin  -the   town.ite,  V��l  =======^=^r==���=====>   joenlasP^olImLonth^yh ,onig|lt in McGrogor | manent offlco in   Moyie,  and -one   of  hhre tbiaVeefc, aad after remaining  a  *SE2ES^S^^ 1��,J,J   Lo   *'i0;---000   u|   bj;Jlu>'    1,10ne-v   hah. �� | them will be here abjut   Hie   11th   of  <lay went lo Cranbrook to confer   with  -i     ill    j shc.'ld 1)0 disburc;ed in thi. corr.'ivaaity  the   i.ext   130   days.���>rcloOii  SiAKSt?'  Bosraed' Boarding House, folly famished, | !g���  i-OB, SALE.. '^ASY TEEMS. |   "'   T   F ^  Lpcb  b'krp  Stores  'to   Rsnt=   Apply  to J , A pa"rty cf cl^u~;^'tbrougb  ! them vrill be lie re  12011 wa3 born   to   Mr.   and    Mrs.   eacb montb.    Both dentists   are  well  up in their profession and have a. reputation for doing high class work.  Win Bird lasi Tuesday   mor:.iug.  Mie. K. T. Howard was iu Cran-  bi'Ook Thursday attending tbe JLishini-  Camerou wedding.  Jil'^ville   Tarry,     rcprossuting   ,-!)(,  th  J. A. Harvey,   tbe   solicitor   for   the  townsile owners.    Thfc townsite is now  . owned by G. Campbell   of  Moyie and  j J. D, Farrell of Seattle, and lleddy w&i  $   [.Moyio Thursday" i-iih   their   wagons! Confederate    Life Association,   wns  lOIA.-*  .',:-dj'..:.|  di7 n'ors'l  llded^t  0;  rocdid  1 rid' "<vii ti?.|  a:''job:���1.  :? & I/'-*..  '77:  Oil     tO.llC  ���    .                 Pj Movie Thursdav   with   Uieir   wagons  ^"�����"'"---  ���H             1   ^      '  Q~    "B71v-T-y/^n   ���              SI 'an'UbPuta b,���! ..fh,^ ���� f. I ^ l���vn several day, thi,   wed:.  KWV!   i  M      ^V^l     H^B'V^   Hr   ��,    '         V. Alb-rt"-.     1 ii'- fr.' i*'j:-: Gr.'n', ,'f��i-.,:'.y,       i7Vv.    1 .itiiiuiB.   ul    ma    u.'-i-v  AJ? v- UW,.*. ������*��/      ���****&>    ^s��oa   ,;                    _                      j (flK._.,n.t ,,.,., ,i.i,,. u.LiJ   ?:._   ri.lib..   onfirm c.;-jy.tm0rc JJros.; C-y.ubio. *-.  ���   .      ,.      ^ t:i'-; r.i'ul.    'Jiisy Ciu::-l.v.v.iv ������.'   '"on- \ m iroyio M-i? vck J'^uiii^   on    ���-  MOilii'l   �������*<   w*-   '^ m-i'-.K'-i.-.  .ird    whi-11    l.:i'V   :��at'hud , work.  . -.^-^aasaasa V-dikth--    -.���.*-r-.   r .-id   f.-��    -^.,ru.     .v v..Kiov-?d lrdy   i-t-d    hor   1^    year  E:^.^ ^Il;^^^^ !,,nd.yd7:-ou^,;;d:d!-)t.:ko!dli   dau/hu-r wuiud   !.!:c   to get  om-  rrr^^.'~*-.r--rrr;=rsr==rr^^^^*^^                                         *     _ i | j ii:o .,u1::m 1-ji.'-i-       J'l:-    ra-;-".':���.j.��.'r ; plcvmcnt i>:   Movio.      Their    adddc-'S  ,,    ,_ /.^7^Jv;rj^ir^-:--^r ��� ?*,;;; ,!s.J^i-^-'-^'>f^ ltralia ',. >].pi-m'd alon< x-.m! 1 u��"y   wok- ,Cil,-.-JL scci'iod ul this OiLice.  ���  <f%    1 on :lu. t:a<:'< .md wa? cfciayfd for t-.iiue ,     j-(_-.]->    J/jjV Firht    brood      sov.'3,  il ilii.ie ;iy-7!'ii^ im*;(.    d:u of thc ^ :.y�� \ ^^ (o ,)p��,juluil.r   nro.:.  W i �����..**-.".i:i-V-. '".v ���   ''���   ^-   5'-   '-'"'^i^:    Vru'-l-U-berrii::  and   r.icnbcrri^   are ; pro^anUions to 3hc a d,ii:ce in llorlpy  !^ v-.l,,. ��,,,,.���!,. tu-r r.iM .^-li    'i-��n        J  ~                 .            *   ;ornsne   ,le I hall on' ncM l'riday e-.ud��j,   Ju y ?,.  -V- '   fj .'-H.U..0..1C.     fthadKOib.-cr. danitd/1-    '*���;--             ,                         "*; rbis gives ample cS5i:rar.co   Uiat   the  ^ !                ,     .    ,  m_.H. hii.*           "      ;:'-yt'"l['iny :UlV'u:u-��   u*   the   UH'��l"   dancewiiroea-ood  one.     Tbeyex-  ^ lhu.Md.-.i-:.*j.��i!M.i.l.m...                ! tu-dtyef puttie-:   i-p   Inut-fcr   hc-t  tQnd ,m invitation to  everyone.  Methodist Ohnrcb.  ���d-ndidd   1-VdMM^G   TiOTKd  Well E&m 8d . V-IOation.      i here ^iniply as Mr. Fari-ell'a   represoa-  tative.    An  effort   wiil   be   made   to  disricsQ of thc   unsold   lets   in    town.  J. Atwood, for nearly two years 0.  P. B, agent in Moyie, has been granted  a GO days'leave of absence. He Willi'  leave next week for the ea-;t accomn  anicd bv his wife, bis daughters Muriel,  Annie and 2Tiua and ru. "Willie. They  will visit in rennsylvunia   and   Ohio,  Dande elt Eyail/  Ji - -  ' p  r i* - '  ���??>        V&- ���%_-��� <<lr ^  '->--.  .<$-���'  !j.i* ucsc oi.iiOooiai'Aoaationb  For tbe  Traveling   Public-  ���v.atcr.  C,   L.    Crocks   of   Vancouver    is  I opening     a      watch     repairing ' es-  -��A��OiNJ. t.'i-ibacker.  /A I ^ ! opening     a.      watch     repairing ��� es-  '>) '     K"**..!:'. I. Tlior.v,"-on yi  C ran I rook . t ^^^i.-hment in tho Chrioiian building,  ���fi ' wah in M>\:.e T"'i'rday cordriny:   with .1T(J },.;i. ,,ot btul, fcclin3 wed1 bin v.-  hi--  ��i . * , ..-.I.,. . .....  There ^'.aa duite a lively  dance held  _ ,.  .  at Eyac Monday.evening.    A. party o��  md will probably take iu the S&. Louis ( sjv or CCrQri men  and   twelve   wonieii  fair  before  rcturnic^.      3Ir.   Alwood ��� w,.o   worc   ^oving    by   ^0u   froui"  "iS uii"Sh be ^ie 8e~��J lu-^S j Grant County, Oregon tc the territories;  that kn:;;h oi time. �� ! got as far as Kyan aud were stalled on  account of th.ero being no wagon rqac^  Tbe party stopped at Eyan fo- a few;  days tc allow,tbpir at,ock to srept. vl[  was in their honof, th,at, thp daP-Pe *"?*  given,' Music jv-ia,Lm^k^ed bii I |^c^.  Harney Wilso.uo^ tVis.r-lt:p9: fvnd..G-, A,,  Staples aud V/.p. p."rft,mac v.'ere  alsc  'in attendance from Movie.   ������"*-���^'-;-Ti^^rr^r\J?^SJ,  I     Tiio mer. -.vorking dAy shift   at .the  dSt Eugene  concentrator  nro.   rr.aldng  ����re��^jjnj.��-u'.;  �������������CTI-grr:^1'�� i.__U��..��-.t-.Jgjr-  taLj. .m.��-'.m waiMCsarB  .-'-->���/,'���  :^.s./,   .���'-���./.-   ���.>^_J_  '^Jl?��ttJ>'*> i ZiX.^"-'-^*--'-** '*"'���''"  -m  Mr. Ti'.un:.*..- .'.:id d. *   r.11 ml --r-   r:   '.he    ,.,.,,._,- cU:ij i,a�� j,t)nc .0 L'.e dnvahroyk j  : Ms'l'R.di-i con:. -U-0-. wish  -.d   to  ^j*-^���.<�������       I  iia bui!du'*3  ���.    1':".',-. 1" 1  1,.-.  rtf-n T'>��*n**��'*j( AX^ ��  iu.-p.'ii'i for a ft?'.v day--.  Thoro is no uov:s liko "Good   >d*ws'7  jlumbin-  ,    1,-    -.    ..;* : ni- Ihi-* timi- <���:' I ���*' }*>���'���>��� I!!,:.11 "l,!-v ll!.!".!  >110TEOT   YOUK   HOMES,  ���'naln>iis.tli'-c D'.n-   ��'"V   ��'i'C:    ",f ?:i" ...V' ^  : Tho- to.v:i :ic" c-'myany    hi",   l .-;*'i.c- :^,   ..   ^-^   ^L    Daws-1:1; * fermely  I lot i\ in   ! i. ck ;' on ''"..vi-k .'iv H'*k :����" 1 Qlurl.t(n!<    v,-in   identify   himself   at ,h  jihd parj'oay. and   witI:   "i* t-"*    pen    Cahi'-b'*'irG sto:v; ho will learn of some-  .    -. -���     ..;*! i;i-. ���>���',-. 'p ri 1 .-).:t two , l  . luuUuiOLMMii 1:1   ..'  v. . i- ilun" tc> h:- a:!.-antage.  1 an  1       .... , "      �� . _       _ -.  -:Jj  ���'-'-3  ,.,���1     f"::.   xi.di'm'tidtdn.'dw::   f"!>k   l,,"( l';'i    'l.-.l wr   i-i'L'^ 7*   ��'  :������ . 11...   *, ., !-.',:i   ''r   '*������*-'   ^iny'-i  ..,   ���.(-,-    o-'t- r\- .- I'U'-rriy l^"'"   i*t--11--   7"1"  7.    u 1 1 h  I*-, A. ir'foot aud Oh.ic. 1'ismor.d secni ,  r/ith   " 1.-7C.11 ct j to 1 c i-r��rcri:ig nt Toyiar.   ^ Thc   last '  i roi'ort iron: thcic says that "*.Ci*ot    v/n.- 1  '  . wo1*!::-*.'- on :���- cl 1:1:1 *a hi' h he  r:cently  ' ' located, cud Di.uroml was  fishing and !  &���"'  ; ,-, . T ��� - ,^      ���      ^ �� ^�� mrpg ��� O  _ .,, -3 ��. -r j-. ^.^ -C T/y* ^   ' I ,.*.'->���::*:; with, his u-*n'il good  Ire-:. ;   *-->"-"������- ���"TT'.-r     '      "      .,        -..'-/. n-*c< j      '  ^ i Kc irnc-- b-th cf Moyie. w-cro   niarrh d[  "���l"JA"  ..    ��� ! K '   , . -,*,,,,.,.-, n:..l.o (hci- homo at Kobson,!  ���^  r 1,  ii. 11 ��� .��� -^o  ��.-��%. ���* :���>..  *-' *., ,i   1.  .iiu'i' 1.1 i*..1L.- iu  l.k.v'1'.    1*7'v' 'N' '"   l!V  ..   hi,.  -A'l.s'-.'' Tbjy'i" hi .fit"   ���  ^   ^1 ���      k.  Tho ' v..h m.'he ih.ci" homo at Eubson, !  ���'!''   " '*��� ' :v,'lu"ic Mi.r'ifhi.Iaj is cmyloyed in  the j  li'OY'C  SOUT'Ollii  Bp00nS|s'awm.7. |  r.t   lev   tiu*    David ���  1). ,!.  1 mer   aeei  14  0  &  ^  v, add 7:I7d'd     FUR,K'l8'iiidl77.^ -^^^.^  *" . "k , '.���,'... f *-  : ��& y* id. ^.: ��� i^ fc B' ^ ^- i; -7  '���   ,^ 4<       b ^ ^ ^ *^ ^f�� ~J  ^iidlHi ISallil. Ud bhiiaufi-  ���j>  H id dine: V-'at.-ii repairing':i  ��� ���- . " ���^'���.���iaity.-'"  jo.^lor. ';       GIUX^ROOK, H. O.  __._ v_^,--r\-~*��rH^,-^--^Tw*':*rivw���^     ��� ;  -���  ^vWu-r��***^-'tJ"'S',**^ll:k^T^   -���     y;-nd7k7, (7ulhori-:od').y . . ,  ' 7\!"������-.'. d   "  H  ������'.-���' I  ���!!���'!;  ���W "'  ��� md  d p)'. . -���. ���  '������di'0.l;OKTO,   OKTATUP  I'vi.O'.Vd.OO-')  "/ '$:.',oi)0'.oo7-  ;7->'ddO,OV)'7  fit'.ii.   Ida...  -*')  ]> *��-<' 1 5 yl1-"'   yyrr i'r":-' :��ynii    '.��'t-  ��� ^'���yi(yK   ilanntier-. "\V "MOFFAT, Chad  n^paclo:  Accnsralha-ntcini; budi-y ^  7*!  ^j^sji-iS1!  [AN3R00K BRANCH ^".^^  Si-.-,.y  *   I-IG'S l>l7\7l7iE.Nr  ;��>l<l.i.vi.  -Iniei-ost, allowod on dopoait,.-  !u'di! ���'!'.-.,,.;  1 all   ���.���  ? i-  "l:   ;  &%-���  u  SOra  rt-1   of   Canada,    United   dlalo:;  run:  '-i.i':'..!!id;ivcn ..oonlk'titions.  -    j. l-t fri. PIMKH.AW3, Manager.        ^  '   . . '    v'1**' ^ .-r   ���-.^���--   ��--'"v   Vi."*��.0  '<���   Ml        10.-t     "'.'..   '���    UPO"    I'-POi:'' .-. - , :      - -;    ot (yi ''illiirnni   cigar,   has been promotd..   by  oJ pva-c, -i-i...*-.. ��� . .-, hi;; t,II-.pioVer^,'Mt'3'jrs.' MoLeocl, Kolan i  ' Vv'    H.'VVILSCM-. ���������  L-U'b.* of .London, .'Out.      They    have j-  "   ' ' ddvon him the  aguncv    ol   the   entne ;  jdistricts   of     Bridsh .Columbia,   the|;  Northwest Territories    and   Manitoba..  . ; lldctor. Pernor lias been do-'bu53' in j  '���! his I .er.t' studio doing stump .photo',  i work., that ho lias decided (o remain j  i hcl-o until next Tuesday or Wednesday j  ! liis wordis o:coUcnt; which accounts j  ! for lho amount 01 it he.'is   getting.       I  !l       5j;.-,-io.:'.t!oii <>r l,iirt!iorsHi.'.!.Xotl--31        j  >'" Wu hereby give notice that we have |  Ub's-dav dissolved the partnership;  'liorctofoi-caubsisdng. 'iiiulcr. the lirm j  name and otyio of Trenton a, y.elsim,-j  ���md th'it the oaid business will be car- t  'neden in future by H. >h Erenton,;  who iissumes all the debts of the pan- ;  nership and to wh(��ni��dl bills are pay- j  able- 'H^-5S??nx-    '  .Id A. NJSLSOJS.        |.  Moyie, July il, I90-.1. [  d| r;T(M>'.AT Till"  ? i     '��� .- ���   ~     ...  ^���r^ f��^^'Z^��^WW   tin  V     J, li. ninVyik.1''-"!'  (tood rocms.gcod  lab'.ej nnd  bar,  ;    and iirct ch���� sample xoo^s*  The difference of cost b'efcweeii a good  and a Door baking powder would not  amount for a family's supply to one  dollat a vcar. Thn poor powder would  cause doctors' bills many times /bi.So  y Dr,, 'Price's Cream Baking, i'civyder Is  .'���th'e-'.a;.osI: ecohoniicaf irith^ end3(bec.ati�����  it ooes turtHer indleavenin^ and mstifes  perfect^ wholesome food.'        ��� .'    .; . ���-.;-.'  *��� ' '.'*-,-'",.���������     ���   - -   * .--'.���;'���. *        '.- .,      . ���-      ���"     '.������."   -..^ d ;  7 -   *". . v ;d   ..- >   ��� ������l   ->  1 . WKen oatfitting for eainp always take;  Dr, Price's Cream Baking: Powder for  rood .healtli aiid. good food. , It "infik.es  the finest, Hapja'cks; biscuits   and .bread.'  ��� .. Ntddrso into the woods away from a  '      ���      .-       ���   ���      docti.r with a cheap alum bakinj*- powder  price Bakinu Powoe�� Co.,      in .hc 6utfiL    You want the best baking-  Oh if. ago, powder in Uie world���and it is 111 os-  economical in the cud.  k:>  ,;.'.!���  17  ;' .'.���:'-';.  'k:\\  t.'.:"y  m  -.ir..f.'  .-a-;.  '���%:������������)���  i'i':-'":-.  '���li '")'  (i. -.  !::*7:'-V  fe  .:'��:':'-i  .77  :'.-Wi��  ri'::..  |;yyyy.:  ���'.%���  ii:  ���'";:J7dd"' ;'���:��� ;"'^  ���'7;'fd7iyd:7'7-7  -, ��� y .rtyytks 7. ���'���''������'. y  'y^$yyy  ���.������', -,.|V7"; v.'5 yr'.���'������'  ;.,.:���-��� ,..^yy.ryyy..^  7v7K;^d...'  d.7i:' -i'!':- ..;y  :'yyy'f-;:77::y.y  k'fll  '-::y'M%t&-:.  y; yy';*y:��7.k  .' ���  .^J: k.-l-'-t- 7 '->':  y.t  y>i::y  -iyy,:  . ,J fi:*y'...  1177:  ������-..f-vi'ii---"^  !titv'd  V 1I1  ^l   ^ i  it  \. . 1  T if  v :r..  V M  V -'I  J     1 !  It  1*  li  1:1!  IS   '  I  !  li  *��� ���<  ��- M  ?-'} '  i   :���"  Ii'  s* n  S if  I? j*'  *��� -1  1  6!!  .' -"  i*> 1  fill  i\  ii -1  Mi  ���i 'V  .* '\  V    *'  b   1 ���>_���  I  ��&*  .1;  J'.  l!  'tl ,  O.  'ti  r!  ai  &  Mi  r  75-  J.  .er Maine  By,. LILIAN C. PASCHAL  ,.Co;)jriL*lit, I'M. W T- <-'. McCk.o...  &  ' "Ohl 1 bo,-: your pardon:" she gasped  as tb'o ear, jfrkiny- over new sinuordties  of track pcrpi-tnited by the repairs,  threw her bodily like a luscious wind-  fallen peach into the lap of a young  man who was buried in tlio day's  newspaper.  - He looked up amusedly ns she gathered herself from his savins embrace  nnd tbe total wreck of his paper; then  be arose hastily. /  '���Take my seat," ho said courteously,  with hat alift und tho faintest twinkle  in his eyes. "You will' iind it more  comfortable���If 1 c!on"t."  Tho ambiguous words sounded ungracious to thc girl's first confused  thought, and V .*' hesitated. Uut one  glance into thc frankly admiring eyes  nnd another repair serpentine dor-iikd  her. She sank with more--h.iaie=-t.!iHi-  grace into the proffered seat, while hor  preserver stooped to recover her,  dropped purse, handkerchief and other  scattered properties.  She rewarded him with smiling  thanks, then turned her anxious attention to tho moving panorama of rain  deluged streets outside 'ihe problem  in economies as to hoy/ she should  reach her homo, two long cross Ipwn  blocks from the car line, innocent as  she was of umbrella or rubbers, began  to absorb her mind..* ,    ,  She'* only vouchsafed one brilliant,  perplexed glance upward at Ihe follow  passenger who for hor sweet sake was  submitting; himself, to,tho modern inquisition of "liatiffing by a strap till  dead."       "    .  Uut in that instant of wireless telegraphy he perceived her thought und  resolved accordingly. So he rocTe_on  past his club block after block till his  fair vis-a-vis, having made up lier  mind to run if'not for her own life for  tbat of her new lace hat, signaled the  conductor and got off the car.  Grasping the voluminous fluffery of  her silken skirls in both hands, she  poised fpr flight, when a deep voice addressed her in an extremely respectful  tone:  "We seem to be going tho same way,  and you have no umbrella.. Won't you  share in Ine?"  -Fragments of Maria's elder sisterly  counsels regarding strict propriety  floated-through her'mind as she hesitated, hut the man was evidently, a  gentleman, and besides thero was the  pouring rain, and her now hat would  bo ruined, not to mention this ber very  first long gown.  She put her little hand on his offered  nrm ns trustingly a is the child she was,'  nnd they set forth.  In tlint short walk ho made himself  deferentially agreeable, .niul she. , who  had been shut in from all contaminating male society by a careful sister of  forty, her only guardian, entered into  this highly improper escapade with all  the guilty joy of :i young filly just broken out.of its stall into forbidden pastures. '  ���She was so naive, yet daringly winsome, her soft, long lashed,gray eyes  were so innocent, yet so mischievous,  that it was small wonder that staid  Mr. Harry Uowley, secretary to a highly respectable millionaire downtown,  promptly lost his big, impulsive, Irish-  American heart and, what was worse,  his handsome head.  For as they ascended the brownstone  steps of thc old mansion and he realized that he might never seo her again  in this great wilderness of Now York  he rashly begged her to let him call  and'call some time soon.  The girl was frightened at what she  had drawn upon herself. His brown  eyes were desperately pleading as ho  closed the umbrella and stood beside  her under tho columned shelter of the  entrance way.  "Oh, please go away,"' she implored  him, glancing apprehensively about  nnd hurriedly fitting her key to the  lock. "Somo one, perhaps Sister Maria,  might see you."  "'Not till you tell me when I may soe  you again. I must. Life will never he  the same again. Here," ho hastily  thrust a card into her hand .and held it  thoro. "I am with I.i'imson it Co., Canal street. Any one llicrc <-;m tell you  that I am not an adventurer nor"'���  "Very well," sho interrupted in terror, hearing steps inside. "Come next  Wednesday evening. Ask for .Miss An-  oline Dwight."  She opened tho door and was gone  from his eager sight.  7 During.'the ,next week Mr. Harry  Bowley's days and nights-wore a ferment of flitting, gray eyed, .visions in  blue, flounces nnd adorable lace hats.  Anoline! What a beautiful name it  was! .-..,'  When Wednesday evening came at  last he made a dart for the door of  the office promptlyat. ��� 0, something  he had never done before and which  astonished his employer beyond measure. That 'wealthy gentleman had laid  the foundation of his millions by walking' to save car fare and added to them  by underpaying and overworking al!  the men in his employ.  ��� .!'>-.. tonight bis secretary slipped oat  ; and away from the usual hour':' wort,  overtime and hurried to bis club, where  he spent fifteen hasty minutes at his  dinner and an hour and tlirei'-fpiaiv.r;*  at his toilet.  Appareled nt last to suit liis fastidious taste, he sallied forth to a M: 1-  ison avenue car. Arriving at the boase  whose fair dweller had "haunted hi.-  dreams, ho rang the bell and waited,  with his heart thumping so loud under  his stiff dress shirt, tliat he wondered  if she could hear it in that second floor  fr.-.nt room *-'k* had told him wa> .hers  aii-3 which he had watched every oven-  i'-tr for n week in hope of seeing even  hor .-iindow.  The door was opened bj a trim maid.  ������Is���i.s Miss Anoline .Dwight at  l.'.ii.er" he stainmered in his exvite-  i-ioiit. fumbling in his cardease.  The maid staivd and then giggled,  but in a moment straiuhtened her deportment to its usual liiixnity.  "Yes. sir; I guess she's downstairs,"  she remarked; then glancing doubt;  fully at the bit of pastboard, '-Shall I  take this to 'or7" And the giggle  threatened lo break bounds again.  -Certainly," .responded Mr. I'.ewley  in his most lofty manner, thorn-h he  reddened visibly. What the deuce ailed  the girl? he wondered. Ih-obnbly Miss  Dwight was at dinner. lie hoped he  bad not come too early. He anxiously consulted liia watch. Nine o'clock  was not so latp. A burst of lauirhter  from below, .wliitlier the'servant had  repaired, slarlk'd his embarrassment  anew*, and the words "Plug hat. too,"  floated up to him.  When she,came back she was at no  pains to conceal her mirth.    "Jos' (-**ep  this  way,  sir," she  giggled.    And  he  followed  her,  much  perturbed,  to tho  -basement.  " '���'C.onTmnn to see Miss Dwitrht." she  announced loudly, opening the kitchen  door with a flourish and abruptly withdrew to a backroom, whence muflled  explosions ot mirth issued at intervals.   '  "Yo' wan' seo me, sub?" A huge  black bulk in turban and white apron  waddled toward hum "I's Miss Auer-  lino Dwight���do cook ob dis yer 'stab-  lishmcnt."  On confronting the African apparition Mr. Uowley stared, opened his  mouth to speak, tlien fled. When he  .emerged, wrathful, wretched, disappointed and humiliated, ho went- back  to the club and called himself all the  unpleasant naiiies he. could think of.  He aiose next morning with the^ lark  ���or what corresponds to'it in the''city:  the milk, wagons���and delighted his  employer by being first at the ofiice;  also for several'mornings thereafter.  Uut a reward, other than ollicial approval���cold comfort though it was���  awaiied him a few days later, in the  form of a dainty blue note sealed with  while wax. It was from '.ister "Maria,  as follows:  , Mv Dear Mr. Bewley���Tliroinrh a chance  ri.in.1'.. of one of the per ���.'.in'is- indny I was  k-.l to I'lii-Htion my sister Nell concerning  a ho.!*, she very unjustly played iqion you  tin? other evenli.R.  Nell is very youncj and In-'xperienccd.  and I have tried to be father and mother  both to the orphan child. So I write now  lo' ask your pardon for hor'1 impropriety  and later rudeness to you.  Your desire for further acquaintance, If  ycu still cheripli such, may jinpsibly be  furthered if you tan find a .mutual friend  through whom .to i. eeive the usual formalities of an Introduction. I lies to remain  yours very truly,  MARIA L. BltOSTER.'  Harry groaned" In despair as he read.  How could he ever hope among the  several millions who inhabited the island of Manhattan to find one who  knew Miss Neil Hrosler.    The prover-  O'sil    ix.odlc    ii.    ilm    hnyci if*!.-    -u-ii-;    nn  easy search as compared to this.  P.at a tiny penciled word atthe bottom of the page caught his eye:  "Over."  lie turned the page and with it turned a new and joyful leaf in his life,  for it held all the sweetness of iove's  yopng dream.   This is what ho read:  P. S.���Sister pave mc this to mail. Sho  has probably forgotten to say that I was  u' roommate at boardir.B school" uf your  Mr. Tlronson's niucu and ward Mabel.  Vou go there every Saturday to audit his  household accounts, don't you?     *  .\fiLL UP-OSTER.  r. S. No. '>.���llabc-l has asked me to  lunch with her next Saturday. N. 13.  IIovf   .Terry  Kent   Ilin  Promise.  In a year of bad crops and great distress some of the tenants of my greatgrandfather. fJumbleton, like many of  their neighbor*, took to running away  with stock and crops, leaving empty  lands for their landlords.  Guuibloton begged one of his tenants,  in whom he had some, though perhaps  not much, confidence, not to follow such  an evil example. "You wil! solemnly  promise me, .lorry," said lie, "that at  any rate*-you will not go without giving mo warning." Jerry solemnly  promised.  Cue bleak and stormy winter night  f'uuiblcton, while retiring to bed about  mldnSjihr, was startled by the noise of  gravel thing at h:s windows, fie looked out into the darkness and called,  "Who is there?"  "It's Jerry Hagarty, yer honor."  shouted a voice through the storm.  "Oh, Jerry, is that yourself? What  business have yon on such a night,  k'l.'tn'.'*'  ".Just to keep my promise of giving  warning to . your , honor. I ..said, you  know, I wouldn't run away without  lotting your honor know of it. 1 am  running away now. Cood. night to  your honor and goodby."-  So Jerry ran away, stock, crops and  all being also enTOute.���Gael.  ' Sot   a   Cn.i-.--y:   Comet. Inn.  There had been a business transaction between Mr. Finch and, a friend  regarding a canary.  . When Mr.' Pinch' became tho proud  possessor'of the little yellow creature  be had not unreasonably expected it tc  burst intosongat intervals.  'But nature has not boon so kind to  feminine canaries as to the sterner sex,  and, in spite of every encouragement,  birdie refused to carol.  Therefore Mr. I'inclf was angry will1  bis bird fancying friend.  "That's a, nice sort of canary you  sold me!" ho said.  "Why, what's wrong with il'."  "It won't sing."  ."What does it do, then?"     |'  "It does nothing but hop about tin  cage from morning till night."  "Well, old chap, he reasonable. Yon  surely didn't expect a bird that would  sing aud dance too?"  WMOm.  ���assise  ��3S��-2��SK3��S BSSESsS  HE  LOST  A CUSTOMER.  Uut  It  Wan Not  of (lie  Ki-'.-l   That  lie  .NeiMl   Worry   Ainu:'.  Pne walked into the general postotlice  and, stepping tip to the stamp window  witli a number of addressed envelopes  in her hand, said to the clerk inside:   -  "Give mo 50 cent*-' worth of two  cent stamps, please."  Thc clerk ��� passed out the stamps,  which she received in one hand, while  the other.was engaged iu a search for  coin "ia a handbag. At length, when a  long line of people were waitum to  get at the window, she found a nickel  and Ihree coppers.  ���  "Why, good gracious!" she exclaimed,  with a startled look. "1 must havo  spent all my money. lint never mind,  1'ni coming down town tomorrow, and  ���well, I'll drop in and pay'you then."   ,  "Very, soivyv madam," tin* clerk said  mildly and iinnly.'"you will cither have  to pay  for the stamps now or return.  Ihem."   ���  "Do you menu to,tell me that you  will not trust n-e<*for a few miserable  postage stamps? And with my sister  in Chicago "anxiously waiting to hear  from mo about the 'parlor curtains?  It's tiie most outrageous tiling I ever  knew. Why, I could get credit this  minute in any store iu the city."  "This is not a store, madam, and we  don't keep running accounts. This ia  the general postoiheo." ,   ,  "W.ell, I shall write to tbo postmaster and"���  "There are people behind you, madam, waiting. 1 shall liave, to trouble  you for the stamps," said the clerk.  "Very well. Thero they are,"' said  she, handing them back. ������But you will  be sorry for this. I 'shall never enter  those doors again or buy another  'sUamp from you as long as I live."  And, glaring majestically about her,  she swept out  of the building. ���  Getting-  Their  SIoney'H   Worth.  Some years ago, says Tit-Bits,-a railway was being made in the neighborhood of Galashiels, and it was arranged that each of the numerous navvLoa  employed should pay a penny a week  to a medical practitioner, so that they  might have his services in tlio event  of accident or medicine in the case of  illness.  During the summer and autumn neither illness nor-accident occurred.  But when a severe winter followed  all at once the "navigators" began to  call on the doctor for castor oil.  'Each brought his bottle, into,whicli  an ounce was poured, until the oil was  exhausted, aud ,the doctor was forced  to send to Edinburgh for a further sup-  Ply.  When that,'too, was getting done, the  doctor ono day quietly asked a decent  looking fellow what was wrong with  the inni. iii.i. thoy required so much  castor oil.  "Nothing wrong at all, doctor," he  replied, "but we grease our boots witli  it."  Instantly and  | accurate]}* lock  to nonpareil or  pica measure.  H Note the brace  l| on side.  : : : :  $m$tyy - ���"'" yyfy ^m^W?^  6x2 in. $2.oo.  8x2 in.   o o-  iox2 in.    2.50,  12x2 in.   2.7^  ���Nickel PWd!  .25 cents extra.  For sale by TORONTO TYPE FOUNDRY CO., Limited, WINNIPEG, CANADA  BANISH  WK INKLES.  In   Many,  Cases   They  s Ailii  Women.  t*.  Arc.  Merely  Signs of the Ailimcnt,*" of  A-Torili-.s; Another  Chance  nt  Iilm.  The fair plaintiffs had sued the elderly capitalist for breach of promise,  and her lawyer was trying to persuade her to compromise.  "lie offers," said the lawyer, "to give  you one-third of the sum you are trying to recover if you will withdraw  the suit."  "I won't do it." sho replied. "I want  the full amount."  "Failing in that," pursued her attorney, "he offers to marry you."  "What do I want lo marry him for?"  TI12 lawyer shrugged his shoulders.  "Well." he said, "think of the possibilities of a divorce suit, with a fat  claim for alimony." ���,  'iVliy They Loolr Severe.  Holla���I have no sympathy for the  Russians, they're such a cruel looking  set. The face of a Russian is enough to  set you against him.  Billy ��� Tliat's whore you do them  wrong. Tho Russians are not so cruel  as you think. I'll admit that their  countenances'are not pleasant to look  upon, but that is only because of tho  dilliculty they liave to pronounce their  Ian-  -Boston Transcript.  Surpr.Hcil.  ' "I   see   that   the   C.iliierbys   gave   a  dejeuner last Thursday."  "That's strange. We were at their  dinner the nam" day and didn't hear  anything about it."���Brooklyn Life.  A   Sure   Cure.  "Cured your insomnia 'yet?"  "Yes. indeed.'.' .  "What cured you?"  "Sleep."'   '  No   Cliuisco.  -d~iK '    }r^\ y^k^LSdX  myiymy^  Um$y ^^~��y^^A  /     y  \yyzy->^*&- a<-'1  &  The Billionaire ��� Sometimes, doctor,  I'm haunted by the fear that I'll die  rich. , ���  The M. n.���Don't worry about that.  sir. Wc will send in our bills at one.  to you.���New Ym'k Evening Journal.  A woman's face plainly indicates  the state ol* her health. iVrliiMcs,  which every woman dreads, are not  necessarily a f.ign of iiiy. l'ahir uf  face, wrinkles and a permat nn.-ly  aged appearance tn'e the cnilwanl indication of those ailin.'iits Ihat nlllii't  womankind 'aii.ii.*, and, from, wnich,  she too often suiters m iin'aimplaiu-  ing sdence, rather than consult a  doctor. In this condition Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, are woman's nest  friend. They actually nuiku new.  rich, red blood','nnd this blood tiding ..pun. thu nerve;, and all the organs of the body brings new health  and happiness to weak, weary t and  despondeiiL women. -Mrs. ���lolm -Mc-  Ke.i-r, C'.hickncy, N.W.T.,' tells ior the  benefit of ollier'stilTering women how  she ...und new health through thc ase  of Dr. Williams" Pink Tills! "Fulsome years," says j\rrs. MclCerr, "I  was greatly aillieted with the ailment*- that make the Ii\es of so  many of,my sex miserable The suffering L' endured can only bo understood . by those, who are i.imilariy  afllicled. 1 tried-many medicines but  found none that, helped me until I began the uso of T)r. Williams' Pink  l'ilis. These have actually made mc  feel like a. new person, and tho sutfer-  ing I had endured -almost continuously has passed away and life is no  longer the burden it once seemed. I  think these-pills worth their weight  in gold, to all who1 suffer from 17 mile  complaints and general  prostration."  We risk every suffering woman to  give Br. Williams' Pink l'ilis a fair  trial. They will not disappoint, you/  and the benefit they will gij-e is  not for''an hour or a day���it. is permanent. You can get these pill-? lrom  any dealer in medicine or by mail  from the Br. Williams' Medicine Co..  Brockville, Ont., at. j"50 cents 'a box  or six bbxos for .*?2.."0. See that the  full name; "Ih-. Williams' fink Tills  'for Palo People," is on tho wrapi'i'i-  around every box.  ' Trie  Siberian.   CoM-nok.  Tobolsk, where the .'"ibcrian Cossack  Js reared, is a well watered region, with  1,000 lakes, many of, them of considerable, size. Many of the inhabitants  had their origin in the uiilk.aliim of  tho territory as' a penal colony for l-.ti-  ropean Russia. The people are still  very primitive, sheen being the'unit of  exchange in their barter system. 'Cattle, breeding is o.-.ten.-ivoly adopted,  and it is from this source that the Russian army draws most of its horses for,  service in the f:U' east. These animals  nro smalt and hardy, not particular  about food and callable of euib.ring  extreme heat nnd cold, but the hmd  they can take even ou a level road is  only-about 1)00 pounds. The preparatory class of the Cossacks comprises  lads from' the age .of eighteen, who.  undergo three years' training'. . "-The  Cossacks 'of the llVb't ranks are enrolled from the age of twenty-one, for  11 period of'twelve .years, and all serve  for a further period of live years in  the reserves, the age of discharge being, therefore,,thirty cighL  ENDURANCE.  Uow -nac'i tbe h-'-art may bear, and yet not  L.ri'i.L,-:  How mm a the ]le:;l_ may suiter, mid not:  die! a  1   iii.-C'ht.o 1 nine!] if nny  *iain or in-bo  Ot a.a.l oi- iiody'initios our end nioiv iilfh;  Dialli .elmoMi-s   lis  o.vii    time;   till   tliat   ia  b\\ oiu.  All  owl' mny  by borne.  We   sin-ink   und  shudder   at   tiie  .siirfe'C-on'a  1 nite,  Knell  iici-vi: rei'olling from  the cruet steel  Win,.*.,' id*;.,' seeni.s ���..���iircliii-K for thu (jiiiver-  in-,- if fr-.  Vet  to imr s-eatie the hitter jiiinj's reveal,  flail  srill,  illllioliKli   tlu-   ti'euililiii'i  llesh   bo  torn.  This also can be borne.  \Vf  see n  sorrow ilsin;; in  our way.  Ami  tie to (lee Ik hi  the :i|)[.iu;n-lilnp 111;  Wo seek  si.me snnill  I'.sca.i'';  wo weep ut.d  jn. iy:  lint when the blow fulls, then oar hearts  l'1-e -.till:  Xot that tiie f.iiin Is of its sli.'irpni'ss shorn,  lint llmt it can  !'���' I.oi ne.  Wr-  \v;-'i.i  our  life .���,! o':t  another  lif":   ���  W,.  h.il.l   it   < In;; 'i',   i!..;i:-.'r   ili.ii'   in |-   nwn;  ,-.1:1111 it taints .Tid liilN in 'liiill'ly strife,   '  I.i'.'iilii.'   us   stiiiiin d,   and   sin-Ian,   unfl  alone;  l'i:t  nli!  w<>  do  not  die     with    those    we  mourn,���  'This ai.'o can  be  borne.  I.cl.ohl we lire, through all things,���famine,  ihb-st,  ..'���r<*:i\- in'ii!. p.iin: nil  j-Tlcf niul  nii��"ry,  All  nn.. .-uui *-,->rirnv: life 'nlllrtq itfi wor-*t  Oa  soul  and body,--but   we  f.'iiunit   di".  '1 aou.-ih v.-. be si'!.,'and tired, und faint and  woin,���  5,o, nil thi'i-.'s ' .'i'i be I oi-ne!  - I'li/.ab'-lh Alters Allen.  V��'ju> try ��� '...L'l.WT ���".���__��� ;-*-���_ '������'..      ��������������.���.���,.^._  TJie  Cnlciular  (tildilation.  Caesar's leformed calendar made the  year about eleven minutes too lung���  that Is, the solar year began eleven  minutes earlier each twelvemonth than  the calendar year. In ir.S'J Pope C-rog-  ory XIII. fouri'd that the solar year  had, gained ten days on the calendar  year. lie corrected this and to keep  thp two years more nearly together ordered that thereafter only ceuturial  years divisible by -J00 should be -leap  years. This calculation is this: ISy adding eleven minutes regularly to the  j-car. at the end of a century the*!e^al  calendar has had one more day than  the solar calendar. I'.y giving up the  additional day of leap year in three  ceuturial years the' legal calendar has  at the end of three centuries nearly  one day less than the solar calendar.  This difference is-corrected by .having  an extra day In tho fourth ceuturial  year. Thc 'arrangement Is so'nearly  exact that'the two years differ by only  one day iu *J,.T-*5 years.  For Sfr@eiy@u$ Iff��  it is necessary to have your system in  fjood working order���to havean energy  born of perfect health and strength-  it is imperative that each organ be  kept in free action, and BEECIIAM'S  PILLS are foremost of thc few tilings  tliat will do it.  your liver must be right, your stomach  in a healthy condition and your kidneys  properly performing their peculiar  functions,' or your body won't stand  the strain and your brain won't be  active. If you would have a clear  head and keen perception, get a box  of BEECHAM'S PILLS, use them and  see how much more alive you will be.  there is no greater promoter than these  famous Pills. You will find it so all  over the world, and, mark you, the  most perfect specimens of manhood,  womanhood and childhood are the  users of  Opium   Smote In;;;   In   Cliin-i.  It is generally uiulerst'xid that a  large percentage of the Chinese tire  addicted to the use of opium. ��� This is  a misconception. The belief that the  Chinese of rank and culture use the  drug Is due to the prominence given  to the cultivation of the plant aud th.e  manufacture of opium in the .Celestial  empire. As a matter of fact, a native  who uses opium is looked upon by his  superiors as we discuss aud classify  our drunkards.  The idea that a pill will produce an  exhilarating effect on the beginner is  also erroneous. One must he accustomed to the use of the drug to get  the pleasant effect. The first pipe to  an American produces nausea. Two  or three will make him sick. If he can  stand eight or nine of tlie.se "pills"' he  is apt to dream, but the awakening is  always an unpleasant reality.  EAGLE AND STURGEON,  TJit' Kiiif** of l-ii-il* nml   Kinu 0f j-j^.  Iii  a  Dentil  (lin. h.  We had been, camped fur'a fevdih-j  nt a point on the upper reai i,c ���f ,jffi  Pic- river, waiting for. a f.-w yf tl_.  party who wero miming a : ide lm,., ^  source of amusement was \.;ii'..|,i|1��  (he descent of a large baldhe-i.!e(| ,,.h,ie  in tbe eddy back of the poid.  lie would strike the w.ner v.-!t'_  great, force, coming down f-v��� ��� 11_ ,--,n j.;,.  mouse beiglft. At lime*' he v.-'mM ,\Ui  under the surface to reappem- ., M  "mont or ,two later geucr.i'K win, t  ti'sh clutched . in . liis elaws. wVi-w |.e  would lly (freighted with his 171.) .0'  a very blah mountain, on \W oh'..  hanging crest of which the n.st win  his mate and young were ipiite visible  to us'with our field glass.  I laid noticed his success an." joiir-  ne3*s to the nest for two inoniiip,',. u.  the third morning a shadow., loutin;  across the sun's rays canned ine t_  look up and thero was the grent |,'r.  at Ids usual hunt to supply the yniin;  eagles -with breakfast. '.With his iiecn  eye piercing the. liver depths he poi.Pd  over a parlicular spot for a lew n,o  menls and then shot down v.iih tbe  velocity of a cannon ball.  The waters parted and the eat-le w,i3  lost to view. I watched and waited to  see him emerge with his prey, last moments lengthened into minute*., a nil  minutes into a quarter of an hour, but  the surface of the water'remained undisturbed. ,    .  What could It mean? Kven if be  had struck himself against somo liitl-  den rock and been, killed the bmly'  would havo Heated to the sui-f.ae. It  passed my reasoning powers- to solve  the result of that plunge.' Tlien far  down,' fully a quarter of a mile aft, I  saw,tho great bird struggling, eiiiierto  carry- oft* a heavy burden or to free  himself from'one. The waier.s vn-r.  lashed into foam nnd the bird again  disappeared, and all was still.  .This lashing of the' water and disappearing were repeated ngnin anil  again, each time farther dnv-nstrciH..  A bend in the--river prevenu-d m^  seeing the final result. .Calliu-* *>!"-'  of our men from the tent, we embarked in a canoe and started down tiie  river to view tho strange prorcnliii-:  closer. When we' had doubled the  point below I saw lodged against the  beach in a small bay someililr.'^ tlmt  did not look natural to the pine". We  paddled down and found it wai inveigle fast fixed to a ,sturgeon fully s'v  feet long. I.oth.were motionle*.- Taking of fish aiid the king of binls bad  met death.���Forest and Stream.  Prepared only by Thomas Beech am, St.  Helens, England.  Sold everywhere in Canada nnd U. S.  America.   In boxes. 25 cents.  The   151 uc   LuIjcii.  About twelve miles northwest from  the town of Upper Lake, Cab, i.s a  series of waters known as F.lue lakes  ���three in all���surrounded by spurs of  the coast range that tower 1,000 feet  over them. These lakes are .steel blue  In color and never freeze. The upper  lake Is nearjy two miles ln length and  half a mile in width in the- widest  place, tho middle lake is about half  n.mile long and half that distance in  width, and the lower one is less than  half the size of the nearest neighbor.  .The upper lake is nearly J...I" feet deep  In places, and all of them abound in  trout.  Much   Jlurc   Tin...   That.  "That milk looks as if it were half  wafer," protected the woman at the  kitchen door.  "It Is much, more than tlmt, ma'am,"  replied' the -'milkman.' a college graduate In reduced circninstances. ."I guarantee it to be SO per cent w.nter, 4' per  cent butter, VA,'j per.cent casein, and  CA/j per cent sugar and various salts,  the' combination' resulting in .liio'liquid  commonly known as milk. Chemical  analysis of the same cheerfully furnished "whenever desired. Cood morn-  lug, ma'am." '.���'���'.���'.  A   Cold   In   the   Ilc-nd.  A hydropathic treatment of a cold  In the head is more reliable than nny  other. It is as follows: In tho morning  after rising and at night before retiring -wash the feet and legs as high ��P  as the knees in cold water, then rub  them with a rouj:h to-vyol and mas^o  them till the skin is red nnd glo��vin2.  In addition to this cautiously sn'iff  tepid water up tho nose frequently  during the day 'and sip with a teaspoon n glassful as hot as can 1'C  borne an hour before each meal and ��t  bedtime. A few days is often quiti"  suiiicient for simple eases and ob-ti-  ualo ones yield if ihe treatment is prolonged. . No medicines' dare required-  If taken in the first st aires of the disease ti cold is broken up which might  otherwise become a severe case ��f  bronchitis, last hi-: many daya or  weeks.- '  Emotion turning back on itself and  not leading on. to thought or action is  the element of madness.  ��� Arto .nml .IlcNpcct. .  ���'A'writer in' the Ladies' Field stales  vigorously that she is not a believer in  "respect due'lb'age," "Why respect  should be considered the sole prerogative of age is a thing I liave never been  able to,understand. When people have  displayed consistent foolishness or va-  cuity throughout their yon! h and middle  age w.h.v should a younger and perhaps'  wiser generation lie'expected to lookup to them with reverence, simply because seventy years have passed over  their heads? ,1'ospeet, surely, should  he a question of character and not of  litre."  Qlllle   Trill'.  5".he (as the crowd surges ar.j-.unl her)  ~<-.h. dear. I'm really afraid to net 1!1*��  {hi.-: awful jam:  lie-well. Just slick close to inc. mel  we may possibly be preserved.-lh|r"  vard Lampoon.  What are your friends saying  about you? That your gray  hair makes you look old ?  And yet, you are not forty I  Postpone  this  looking   old.  Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and  restore to your gray hair all  the deep, dark, rich color of  early life.   Then be satisfied.  " Aycr'a Hair Vigor restored tho rnvti"-"1  color to my yyny J,nlr, nnd I uni Krw-tly  i-ten-seily It Ih kII youolulm for It." , _,  -Huh. li. J. Vanuhcak, Uochtuilcsvlllo, N. �����  ! )?1.00 ft l.nttlo.  Jj All i.riiL'irN.D. 5*  gBisMi*s=u*fcffii=aossa3a tOr  J. O. AVER <*"������  1,0-n-iill.   Mi*.-"-.  ^^   <3/^  aaassasaaEaassKiasisaBi *Bj*  '���-'   E HmIsS      . ' 'yklg-gg-c-,  '���'���������'   ' t-=7^T"-r...7^<^-y-';C"ri'*-T.  B.C.  ^ILl^y^IOK^  CO-i���. VJ^'-s-**~--'".   ^-1  '���" ft   i ^ 1  GOOSE STUFFING.  ,., filled  for :l11    ������  N '".V'sn.mKl h.ive .'  lit-.  i",,V \,r they v.in ���'���"--;���'��� __       _  0 ='���   1    i.n-   ,k. <'   l-u1'-   ������'"��� '  i,l   l'     ','' , ()      i is.lltly'   A   Town   AVh<����-   li'iliislry   Ih   (lie   Dc-  mix! room ioi   an      , ������ .  ,    Tu/;. raising,  stubim: and shipping of  ��� geese b-tVti become- quit" a l.ir.'e'iiiilus-  fry in the vicinity of Wa.teitov, a, Wi."  g,t".tl,i'V1'11 '  |#'fi1'1  s;IB;s7didiMi s"'-"1'-"-  VER MAN   !  TROUBLES.  Till   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills   Cured  his   Kidneys.  ,      " .                                  ,               ;,.      -���        flu*  n-ilt.-rn   is made  '.mall  or lat'^e.  1     I'm    i-vr .mien   oi.     ol     doors    in      a  I      '''*    l'-"*      ,         .      , ,   tl.      .,-.,.  ��.,      o   ' ^-r-    < ""'""'",""' r r "������ r ft;; ;dd'7,";dd"H,:^rsii:  ^i"                   JV>-T-.-T7* .dK"  -^TTt  <-\1vf r-S onlv   enuiiu.!.   waler   to   beep   the   bulb   largi i    in,   -i^u  f ^tv��vl^ifc^]H3>J^    from.shiv,.J,,,K. Kepot      in      Sep-   broidery will  be.   JLCJ.       (^^^^-'-f-r'-.^d^'X^     U'',lh''r:         ,     I    For    chifT.m,  d.ilk,    mnsl,.. or '.beer  L7H-U.J.     c^^, :-f----��-^-���^r-d^Td^  :..   , , .,  .   r���-=��   <- a-   fine    material*-    ll.c    delicate   iVr-nun  ^     _   ,_. . ... verbenas   v., 11   bloom   , b-   i..-.   s .��-           -'���,,,���,,    Tvi?1,-    .f,wl  (,r y-.ll.iw  :h Ins yieeen'=  .s lie, poistii.  a' l'o'vvd'iiio-'--  if'-;,v.'itli.,.tli'e;  s . ,.,, js nature's uv.rn-  lof *l ,k,,b-\ ' ,,* is something  l   UHX|        e is fretful, nerv-  ��,";:h;;;slh-t.,ing t.o do;  B-,,e*  '   ,     dose   of   lbiby-s  "iI!SU-riii*v -r^niy CI,ro a11 ���  111 ,M,-i->   l>'^lU'se Uk'V i'C''  ���turu ,    of'   thu wuke'ulnoss;  .   c��us,\'s    T.   I..   McCor-  ^,0S;;1. Out.,   says:'     "I ���  V have, 1 ho   Tablets   ...  .,..,.  .dways  give   pn.'��Pt  tut \   l- ���  ..     ,..,������<���*      r it.  ���    n'linle.ailmcii*.**"     i "-  '*''., f()r  .'iiiblren  <->r  all  "BS     ,       W,l   to  .:o.*.ui.i  n,c���R;!;:u <*.,��oi �����><- u,.,  ',   vo",     i.iedicino   de.iniurs  t���.      o    the.l-r.   Williams  '-^iyim'by  mall  post  ���r.  Iiyii  and about b<��,pui) pounds of stuffed  geese and :.bout .'il_.*i,bi)'J pound1, of  stail fed gee-c are slapped annually  fro a tberi' lo all parts of this country.  The demand for stuffed gec-e is increasing all the lime, and Ihe 'shippers  of this class of peuhry claim il is not  possible "-to lill all ti.eh' orders unless  these are placed early in th'e fali. The  geese have to undeigo ihe Ktutiiug  process to produce abnormally large  livers.  lu Kin.ling Ihe goose the feeder holds  it between his knee.- and fortes 1 by*  noodles down Hdo Us ti.rv'. but each  noodle inn.-si Hrst be ilipp.-i into warm  waU-r to ma be it moie slipp"i* Curing the llrst Wi'ijk eigh  thus given three times a  ing the second week '.be  arc- given four tlnn-.s i-.-.  then  on   the  stulliiu   '.  7; ,|uri��rt  . ,l,f.      winter  ������.,,..   planted   OH--   till   late  I-"'.    ,r  du-mg    <he    earl-  i[Z iw" i!t;ik" t,"*il" T  ad      ,    I lie    '""l1,1-    w,:,I.,'*,r  ,,l'"m,     ...f.. lb" following.  ii'.u'lh'- a i'i;  ,! ,y. nnd ilur-  ,-.i,.i" ticiiiber  ���t.v ii.-iy. l''.inii  ���*   -,<���   be   'lone  every three oiylom  'day, and each time  illes are forced ik,v\ t  l,iy this time aceiimi  i  b  ,oi'S  ���   Oi'  fla  ftt;  gee-'.  -�� \') i-i-.:  nd"'i   '.j  at  ami   the  liver   has   >-\\  liroportlons    that    they     !>���'���,_>  Wtitched coiitiiiuiiualy, as S'ji:-.t  ble  lo  t-hnl'.��f and   thus   prove  a,  loss.     The   entire   Imusriinlu   Is*  , a .K;  ���.wii'-  have  ���ii   C.t  hOCil  tll.-ll     Ills     Kll<*IVIIUtl<<llt     !��<U     otlUT     1'SilllH  V,iii|mIw><1   iMiut   stiiil   for   ail--HI''   t":i*>e  only (mi* of nii---y.  r.fi-vvic.k, Out., dune 20. (Special)  -'lnat Dodd's Kidney Fills will curt*.  Hh.".uiiatism, or any other dis-nse ie-  ul'mg ironi disordered Kiflney:' is  i lie cxiicrionce uf many of the set-  i i.-i'h in this Kainy ltiver counnyv.  The i:.i::e of Win. .John ,J)ixon of ibis  place; is a fair .sample of the work  iho great Canadian Kidney Kc-medy  i.s doing.'  ."1 bad ItliL'umatism so bad that 1  had to uso a stick to walk. I bad  pains in my back and right hip and 1  laid  no  comfort  ia   slcop.ing.  "I could no moro than dress or  .imb-i-s myself for nearly two months  and 1 was f..r nearly, three weeks 1  could not lace  my right shoe.  "My brother ad\is>'d mo to try  lioild"'s Kidney Fills and t did so.  M'U'i taking three, boxes I c.-uld walk  aroaml and lace up my shoes  miI| do my work. Six, boxes cured  .nt.  ci.mpl.-tciy."  Hod-!'-- Kidney Fills are the one  sure <ui'" for sick Kidneys. *-��ck  kidi,"vs'.in; the cuin-i' of nino-umlhs  ol tbe ills the human faiui.y BUilur-"  from.  ANTIQUITY OF CIVILIZATION, j*---������  The   .Mari-li  <t{ 'l'in����?   I"i i��i�� . I'-'lli-t   Itn-  ������   ])Iciii��-tit4   ts>   Ivory   StulurtK'K.  Ro far as the question of time i" con  ��� corned b deserves notice that not merely geology, but  almost every  form of  inquiry   into tho  past, throws further  back the limits usually nssiiruod.  Egypt, for in-ianee, is continually  furnishing fresh proofs of the antiquity "of   civilization.     Professor  ':  \ 7 Verbenas . will,   bloom ,t'he..first.  ="��� ly-rtnyif "':Kecd'';,iii.!,-s.o,\vii.:-.ih' the open .iii  fine luaierial'- ihe di-licate iN-i'nau  shades of blue, pink, green or yellow-  are mostly   suitable  for  the  work.  Flin-  v  e  to  an; lia-  l-dai,  a lied  dd'd^he'kuumiAy pro'-es.tbybiyhoF and  ���ilrvy'dolhihg; 'yd IF feel: yi.'d;-indro yl.h-iii  y(;.ur:dwei-t7;i..ead, iuidyfbiv, 1 his yea son  y^ndiidsF^jdveythiair'ari^alnindauciy or  AVivter,dfbd: :.tjiey;;.y,dia.iily7vdikd'v: ,fi  a-d  and  yip  difj'-tih*'  -\\ iitsiii    the  past,    year  fatty   'Himors on  Imviivr    been    removed    by  ii.liiiiii of   MINARD'S   ldNl-  .v.iliiiul    ;iun'   surgical  opera-  thi'i'i!  is  no  indication   of a.'}  y.  C  77  \|T. W.  t lundid.l  A.  PITT.  Ferry.  Bur. moled begonias are fine  i .-,'1 in large m small beds  ill-- u m.-liiry ]dot. These  a i'i.ii! ...hi.��� variety of color  vi'.t'ivv, ur.iime.  ruse.  scni'l(,*t  Biisuii in niiiiii-roii's.shades.     leafntu Cannot Be Cured    ���  ipi.l!catlor,�� aa tln-y cannot  rench tht  inrrtaa <*T tho c.ir     There  Is only on*  ir,(>)!(. In iifruns I. cauied by an In-,  jiiiililon c' tli- IHUC0U9 llnlns ot tb��'  H.n TuIj��. Wntn this lube Is Inntuned  jp a ruml.MiiK ��iHin-t or Imperfect hwtr-  S ��hen lt la entirely closed, Dc&tneai t��  I,'ind'uniess Uie lntloramatton citrl b��  \ ui_ vhl�� tub. re-tored to lt�� nornu.1  \\ htirlng will b�� ficotroytd forever;  p. cm ot ten tro caused by' Catarrh,  (lblV.lr.ji lut ui 'inrtamod condition ot  111,cW. On- Ilundreil 'Dollmi (for taiy  Deitntu 'iC&U8*i. by catttrrh) thftt coji-  ^.rriby Hill'i Catarrh Cur*. B��nd for  \ tut.  ?. I   CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  |Ttnitt. VW.i u�� the best.     '  "an. |.vj.y.-!-'^ the   best   remedy  'oi lin- -n't'a,.. ruses and cliry-  s��'-'"- '"' -di   .iis..<-ts.    SpriiiUle  ^"li   w.i'.'r    first,    then  upon,    and    I'very    i.i.in.    -reman  Child'has to take 1"uru...jti..l sit \.[,  attend to the gee>e.  At last, when ready  for market, tbe  geese  are  .tilled,   and  tiie feathers, on  the  breast  and   belly  must be  picked  immediately,    while    the    bodies    are  warm; otherwise the very tender skin  would,.bo  lorn  or'damaged,  and   thi-*  would allow the thick layer of the precious goose fat to ooze out.   The wings  mid   back   parts   of   th.e   fowl   can   be  picked more easily and are liist dipped  into hot water to facilitate the process.  After they  are  thoroughly  picked  the  beads..wings and legs are tied together  on the hack and the birds hung up in n  coid place,and allowed to freeze solid.  Prepared  ln tins way  they  are  very  appetizing looking.   Their si/.e is enormous,    ln    weight   (hey   ran ire    from  twenty  to   twenty-eight  pounds  each,  some extra  large ones  weighing from  thirty-four  to  thirty-six   pounds.    The  livers are, generally very large, covering an ordinary soup plate, and some  weigh over throe am. one-half pounds.  ���Leslie's Weekly. y*  ; :F!a'nl'y :d';vdrisyi ions; arodaS:',.lai-ge,7 tys  -���'vvei't'duitl:'i.n7irsd'grea t y-varietydi-^7thp;  greenhouse..ycarhatdons^ 7-^hint yaiiy  tiiAe:'yun'til'dliiayydis,:,,. they"'do- .not  'biifdhiy'yamtal fyihiy y'pecmyd^y seasoii  111*0 iii i re7 h i gh'l y," y oy er 71 i" "ecyl d dvedit hy'r.  PUI''.VrAT DISOR'TlKIl���A't tbo first  svnil'tiiiiis of inti'ir.ul disorder, Variiic-  li'c'.s \ ej^finble Pills ftlimil.l be icFbrteil  to iii.aiciir.iti'ly. Two or thici* of these  snlutiiry p.'Hols, tiikon b'-foie Roinp- to  br-d. follow nl hy dosos of one or two  lulls for i wo or Uirci? tiitrht.s in succession  will *-''*!-*��� e as n 'ircvi'iitive of fitln'rk  of (ly.*,|i<'i'-iii anil i*.ll the disromfoi ts  which follow in tho train of Unit fell  disoriloi'. Tlu* mentis aiv sliimlo when  the* way  i.s known.  The c.\ tu-i'ss iu*d> balloon vine are  iry little beauties, suitable for  lilanling where gracefnilnf^s and  daint iii.'ss are desired, raiher than  vine'- wiili thick foi in ire fn'r the purpose nf covering unsightly background*-.  U 1 lpiy        ���    \J1. \.l   *   H l 4*1.*. LlV��li -^  ders I'etrie oxpotmded at  Owens <ol  lege, Manchester, England, a few days  ago the results of recent explorations  at Abydos, in upper Kgypt, from which  il tqipears that the  ruins at 'that' one  spot 1 ell a continuous story" tliat carries us back to oO'io lb C.   Abydos was  the first capital of Hgypt and remained  for   forty-live   centuries   the   religious  editor, the Faiuerlmry of the land, and  there the  l'lgypthm   I.'.ploration  fund  has unearthed the remain.-; of "ten suc-  ee.-sj.vo   temi/les,   one  over  the other." I  1'roin   tho   age  of   ihe  first  temple   a  group  of  about  .-00  objects  has  been  found,   which  throw's  surprising  li^ht  on the civilization of the first dynasty.  A part of a larae glazed' pottery va*>e  of MoiKi, the lirst king of the lirst dy->  nasty, about -I7.;0 P.. ('.,- showed "that  even then they were making glaze on  a considerable scale, and also inlaying  , it with a second > olor.   The i��.ory <-ai".--  ing was astonishingly line, a figure of  a king showing a subtlety and power  of expression as good as any work of  later Jjjges."  At about 4000 11. C. an'ivory statuette of'Cheops, the builder of the great  pyramid, was found,  the only  known  portrait of him.    Making every possible allowance for the marvelous rapidity of art development, must not many  thousands  of  years   have   rolled   over  between' the  pristine  dwellers in  the  Nile valley and  the men  who carved  ivory    statuettes   .and    manufactured  glazed work inlaid with second colors?  It is a long, long march from flint implements to the  solemn  temple  ivory  statuettes and human portraits.���London Telegraph.'  Nervous  Syotem   Was   Exhausted   and   Pains  Were  Almost  Unbearable-Health   Restored  by  .3  erve Food  times tho pains in my head wero almost    unbearable!       As  a   result   of-  these  symptoms T  wns  unable  to attend  to my housework,  and felt miserable most of the time.  On tlio advice of a friend, I .hega.ii  using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and  If you are pale, weak, nervous, u-ican say that it lias proved ot very  ri table and unable to sleep or rest j great benefit to mo. 1 am able, to  there is health and strength a waiting'.do my own work now, nnd foeA  you in the use of Dr. Chase's "Nerve islrongi  Food. ' ,     ,  .Mrs. J. 1-atfiii.r, 224 Slvrbrooke  strect, Peterboro', 'Ont., and whosj  husband is a moulder at the Hamilton  Foundry,  states:    "I  had  an  at  As a convalescent food there i.d nothing lo be compared  to Dr.   Chase's  Nerve Food.      Gradually "and corUun-  j ly   this  treatment  enriches���> thc  weak  j watery blood, restores vitality to the  wanted  nervous  system and builds  up  tho  body generally.  If  you are  pale,  weak,  nervous,   h*-  stronger   and   healtbcr   than    I have  for years.      I   can    truthfully    state  that    this   is duo   to    the   use of  Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food, which 1 consider  a great  health builder."  Iiau an ui-      Dr.    Chase's   Nerve   Food of)' cents  tack   of    inflammatory     rheumatism,   a   box,   six  boxes- for   ?2.a0,    at    all  which   left   mc   in   a   very   run-down   dealers,   or  T*2dirsanson.   Bates  &  Co.,  state of health, and in fact my whole   Toronto.       To   protect   you   against  nervous system seemed   exhausted and  imitations, tho poetrait and signature  worn out.   1   could'not sleep,  mid at  of  Dr. A,  W.  Chase,   'the   famom"re-  worn out.   I could not. s'leep, and at   ccipt book' aothor arc on every box.  As0 the   western   representative    of    das.   ��� ilichardson  " ,, ~~        &  ���'���ions,    Kingston     and     Toronto,   ,   I    am     always  market for car  lots of  grain, i>i every variety, wheat, oats, barley  1  '  tionr   wire  vou  ouot a tion.s  05=2^1!"^  lie   market for car  lots of  gram, ui  evei\   wn.,_u,,,    ,  llax.    1   will be pleased to  write or   wire you  quota tions* at  any   time  halcver  \uii   have  to   offer.    Correspondence  solicited   in    either    Fiig-  ' - -'" '"f'T-mat inn n-e shipping etc.,  given  immedi-  i n ' tl'it  and  llax.  on, whatever  \..u   mm;   l.v,   v   lish'oi- ('erniau.    Uequests for information're shipping etc  ate   attention.' Ib'ferenci".���Merchants'   Bunk of (.Canada.  F.T.YVAU1)    iVUF.II.FY,  lven  iminedi-  WINNll'ECJ  lit  y'T'tfe'  .wash '���-  it.'k  Lever's  wooli'ns  ]lrv    Soar*   ''a P<">"���'*],or''  to  anil    llannels.���you U  li^o  Pi  pcppi'i  li vim   a   popper  Sia's usiEsijvtii. pse.,k.-;'-"b,'  l\ handihg basJ-eV, .or a window,  itimtuer. 7r -for tiie,window  in winter', one 'slioiihlyinclude  Jiiiii.i.t!- hiodina,, n'y.t free blooiu-  l(l,..son-ie.thing'. showy'y if; desired  i'HEKE-'.V WILr.dwiSDOM POINTS  UY.-'J'ho sick iniin I'inys for re-  t'lio'.iliclilies'-sciuliiic: for the, doc-  liich lVii'iuis 'bottles ;of drtiKS never  uiii.  lle-'luis not tiu- .-resolution ��� to  I lis .stomach' with com'tuniiui-i w-liich  'iilninoiislv nnii I.ust.s worst.- Tint .if.  ve tli- will to'd'-al hiinself- w'ith bis  it, wisdom will diri.v,:t his attention  .ruii'lw'a .Vetretiililo ' T'illK. which, ns  ��l\c lor jnd.Kcstion und ilisprders  ')iit<.'i.li,yo i>ri>uiisplia'vc no-.equal.  Il-sii-'ihii.'.'. itddit ion'' to atiyi ward-'  is -ti 'siiapi'o bioiise. worked in.ya-  ���ci'iiss-sl.it.ch.   In fact, to;be 'u'p-  Iti! sunn', uf     t his     o.ld-fashone.d  ttiik'ry lii'nst  >tir,,siiimyn..st  ilorn  at.  least  one  .,  or a  tub dress.  Ja'SS-Slitil  lira!i���      ...   ..ry   dainty   for   the  '"inn of chihlrcn's clotbing. '.    ,;V  ���'Ine l.i'ii.'ii'.-i'Vock- with a design-of  ill   pint  lin-  ���I'll..  IkS-kl  *.< 1111 s  y on   1 lie  and 'ii ' 1  I i��;is a  eiiiou and  (oll.ir, 'ailTs, yoke  and encircling the  perfect, beauty.  The   I'it*.-   Curtnln   Slnrlt,,  Since   tiie   Chicago   .heater   tire   tho  life of .the theater manager in  Berlin  has not been a happy one.   The police  decree    was    promptly   issued,   under  which ever'since at  every   tboat<*i* in  the city tho iron fire curtain has had to  be   lowered   after  every   act,   and,   as  this curtain weighs about live tons, the  constant repetition of the operation is  not   without   its   inconveniences.     The  other night it brought about a  queer  deadlock    at    thc    Metropol    theater,  where, as the lire curtain stuck at tho  end of the  last act but one,  the performance  was  stopped   for, th.e   night  despite the protests of the public, who  ditl not even get their money hack. The  only solace offered by the managenient  was to fix* the lapsed act for the afternoon next but  one.  for which   tickets  were issued  free as tho audience left  the theater.  ltclnllve   nmiR'i'r   of ill'r.clilncry,  Statistics collected in Cermany havo  shown   that  "S  p'-r   cent  of  the  accidents  caused   by   machinery   uved   for  industrial purposes, such as manufacturing, were due lo defects In the machines   and   to   lack   of   proper   safeguards. On the other hand, over 40 per  cent of the  accidents  occurring with  agricultural machinery were traceable  to those causes.  Accordingly there is a  call for the use of improved safety- devices upon  all machine.- used  on tho  farm.  Feed cutting machinery is found  to be particularly liable to cause accidents.     A    considerable   majority   of  those Injured by agricultural machines  aro children and youths.  Ti is- claimed that the castor oil  plants when cultivated a<- pot plants  and hri>u_rht into the lyouse several  hours each day will effectually drive  ,out. the mosipiitoes."  Worm** clernnirp the w-holf* system,  Mather C.raves' Worm P.xteriniiuitor ilc-  r.uiires worms, ami civ.-"- rest to lho sulT-  eivr. Its onlv coils Cr> cents to try 'it  .ii.'l   !>����   '*>im incoii.  l-.arly   .I'.me  is   lin*  time  To setyoht  ���   i-.a i i,\    ���, ,,,,   chrysanthemum \incs for fall display  Obi  plant's  should  be divided  so that  one  good  shoot   is  left   In  each  root.  Ask for Mnarl's ant tale no oilier.  If portulaca has been sown leave it  till   it    begins    to    blossom,   then  put'  the colors  where you  want   them.  Ibiril nn.1 '-oft corns cannot witlisl nnd  llolbi'Miv *- Corn fine: it i*- offei'tuiil  .*\ ei \    time     d't  a   bottle   niul   be  .ifi._>j>,v  c, Diii-no-ids.  The 'diamond, despite its high price,  is not the most fashionable stone.   The  emerald   enjoys   that   distinction,   but  the colored stone must have a few diamonds "to throw it up."    "When' I, was  a youngster,"  says a famous jeweler,  "emeralds were j-'-.O a carat.   Today a  fine stone is wort1.. $2,000.    A twenty  grain pearl I used to sell'at .'���'-100.    Today it would be worth ^hD'OU.   llubics  and sapphires have gone up also, but  not so much in proportion.   During my  long experience some stones have come  in and gone out of favor, the cat's eve, " _"  for example.   Settings are lighter"tlian    MINARD'S LIHIMEHT L^taHl'S FlM.  they used to be.'   The fashion' is to sot "  ���  precious stones in platinum, ,as platinum never tarnishes. I don't think  with platinum we get as much brilliancy out of the stone as with silver,  but silver in foggy "weather goes black.  Never buy a diamond set in gold. If  ou see'o'ic in a gold mount, you may  Keep your fuchsias shaded from the  direct rays of the sun. Keep them in  a shaded situation about 'all of Ultimo, when tho extreme weather  comes.  If attacked with cholera or summer  roni'ihiint of any kind send nt once for  a buttle of Pr. Ivelloprs's Dysentery Cordi- J  ul-.'and use it nroordiiiR to directions;  It iicis with wonderful rapidily in svibdu-  ni�� that dreudhil disease that weakens  ,t ho strongest man and destroys the  vouiiif and delicate, Those who have u"-  d tliia cholera medicine say it acts  r-d this cholera medicine suy it acta  l ,i horc>U(rh  cur.',  Cardc-n paths can be kepj, free from  'weeds * and    grass    by    pouring  over  them  boiling hot suds  on  wash day!  putting   o,  handful    of   salt    in    each  bucket  of  suds.  J*o  be suspicious  Tho last   of the'gladiolus bulbs and  me tuberoses thai have been reservi-d  uir mu: planting ��m>��i-i  ""   "  \��{   ;nto    irrowth, before  thc dry hot  'weather.   XO ALCOHOL IN "V-A^ji  SS..& .sis^^ii^ s's  ou. sec'0,110 in,a-��v.m n.u. ���  e suspicious.    A yellow stone painted    ^n-nuth by ovaporanu,,, ......      ...,,,..,, , . ....      sliiipe  enter  into   the  nuimifacturo  ot  Dr.  " it ll  black  ink   looks   white,   and   it  IS    T.ionu.*-'    Fclcctric    Oil.   Nor do  climatic  .ion sot ill gold.    That is lho wav in   cimn-roj" anvct it.   It is  us servicublc in  , .   , , , , the  Arctic   Circle  ns  in   the Torrid   '/.one,  ,-lueh  many  pawnoro.-ers liave  boon   peii-nps   more   useful in the hierlu-r   luti-  tudes,    where    nuln     is    more   subject,, to  .-.^..���,.���  in lho elements. ���  A   Oi-W|,ce   Tcnneimtt  frontity,  "The  county   of    Franklin,   in    mj ,   ,  state," said a Tennessee man. "ha3 th��  unique   distinction   of  being   the  only  county  that over undertook  to seced*  from the stale to which it belonged,    i..   .  great many people have doubtless-for*  gotten  that  the   people   of   Tennessco  voted twice on the proposition to seceds  from .the Union.    At"the first election  in.  February  thoro  was  an  enormous  majority-���about ' 100,000���against   disunion.'   A few months 'later, when tho  attack on Fort Sumter stirred the past*  sions of* men,  another voto was  had,  and the earlier verdict was reversed by  about the same decisive1 figures.  "But    in    Franklin    county,    whom  state nglits and secession claimed tho  allegiance . of    the   entire    population,  there was such intense disgust over- thu  result of the first election that, led by  the Hon.* Pete Turnoy, afterward  stii*  p.i-uiu court judge and twico governor,  the citizens held a mass meeting and  solemnly passed an ordinance of secession from Tennessee.   Of course, when  ^impair    t-1lG st*'te reconsidered in .lune, Franklin county was mollified and renewed  its allegiance." k  IK'Vid   <i.-;il   ,  |'*'idi*r.'.i . ,u  'Hi  Mil.'! In,  U.rse .w.MVl  fi'ui nml   11  Boi' it. '  if in fere's I. .at' present'  a   revival   ofy the    old  or cut,  work,  on  s of  linen.    Both  ���iilgariiiii  linens  fine  are us-  |l.,ly  Of  li'ltle  arc  cross  napkin    bolder.1  neu   scrim    with  11 ''''sign of yellow, daisies through  l''"bv.   'Flu- hem  is turned up  on  l'(lhr''   with,   a    single    row      of  'Ili'S. ���'���������  1-JniiBtT   MKI.I.1M.  l)y,  NV0I1H,npll 1^    miny    iK,I,,,ua  iracks have v.iu.i ������ - .,. ;.OUH��tives  lh,';nSt\ h^h^oed "found curves  rushing  at���bi.-.n ,.-.      .      ���   ... insp0rta-  H-l tiot, companies m:   -   J^1 ^ .t,,o  -': | everything iu ��  I   ^ ,   t,lor  ' vTnr5*,,S .��. .. 'in run. n pV^r V���-.  wl'.erever it:.* u'1'' \ m,���,rltuI-(v break-,  caution   again,! the  ,,     m   "�� ^  ing down of men of long c-*l"-1  the throttle.  Kxpliinatlon   of  n   Sword" Triple.  A trick  in  which a  sword  is apparently passed  through a  person's abdomen is explained as follows: The sword  employed is a thin, flexible, dull blade.  The   prestidigitator,   whose   body   tho  ������word will simply pass around, but not  pierce,   curries  votu-ealed   beneath   his  vest a sheath that consists ol" a hollow  tube,   semicircular   in   shape,   the   two  extremities of which  aro bent in contrary   directions   in   sucli  a   way   that  they aro situated in the same straight  line, the two orifices opening in front  and behind at right angles with the abdomen.     This   tube   runs   around   the  farther side of the man, who, appearing instinctively  lo .,,..  .  the sword as if to protect himself, directs  it  into   the  metallic   tube.    Tlio  f.e\ible sword  makes  its exit between  tiie tails of the coat,    ll ia necessary tu  operate rapidly, so that the spectators  shall   uothave   lime   to  see. that   the  \\  tl  w  taken in.  Wlici. nn Oil Lamp Was n Curiosity.  C. M. Shackelford, a Shelby county  pioneer, was the first man to introduce  oil in tho county. Sonic time in the  fifties he visited St. Louis and brought  to Shelhyvillo two lamps and a couple  of gallons of oil.  When the citizens of the village  learned of it, thero was considerable  excitement���much more than when the  electric lights were turned on a few  years ago. About -100 people gathered  at the store to watch Mr. Shackelford  take his life in his hands, lie loaded  up the lamp, turned the-wick and prepared for illumination by fastening a  paper lighted on the end of a stick. The  crowd looked uneasy, but didn't run,  and tho now lighting works were an  entire success.    Oil cost So per gallon  nn   who, appear-   entire mi-.--.i-.-.-..    ~.. ----        7^:,,.,.,-,.  I:-!, ���,0 point ..'Mr. ��> ^J^f: ,=, ?,." l'l-  rd   lias  diunnislicu.  UM,-,h   0V!!neSciar.oilows not being  lh�� TVI    ,      -   "o from one point to  the shortest p.ts.-...D��-  ���motiicr.    ...     . y  .  cl'nit��   of   Mcnfure,  The editor was taught by his governess  that  three  barleycorns  measured  one inch, aud at the mature age of six  years ho determined to test the accuracy of this statement.  He had no difficulty in finding the barleycorns, but  somehow   i*o   three   grains   that   h��  picked up in the chickens' yard agreed  with thc formula.   He never attempted  the more scientific test which Is thus  described: "The length of a pendulum  oscillating in a second in vacuo at sea  level, in   the   latitude' of   London'   ia  30.13929 'inches, and from the' knowledge of this fact the standard of tho  inch, foot and yard can easily be obtained should the ofticlal standards at  any time.be lost or mislaid."   When.in  ISo-i the "standard"' measure was de-  Nevr  York's   Harbor  Rub     -. StfO.VCd by  lire  .It  the  house Of  parlla-  Above  tho  pier-close  to  it  ...ul to- mcut an atterap.t was made to restore  gether,   as ir  for  comfort-huddled  a { it: b^ thu pendulum  test,  but  pendu-  clustor of tugs,  those curious, power- lums* Hko barleycorns., wore found not  ������ "     -.��   /-.���..,rt- tlmt ' to agree.���London Chronicle.  i.uiles,    where    nuln     is    more   subject,  to  colds   from  exposure  to the elements.  Tho adjustment of the canvass on  plain goods should recei\e careful  attention. Tt must bo firmly basted  to the right side of the material upon which the embroidery is to be executed, or the work will bo hopelessly crooked.  MiEB'S LINDIEHT Is used ly Plysiciaiis.  Quite a fashionable novelty ibis  i season are the hand decorated buttons for shirt-waists with a. cross-  stitch design. From tho pattern given  a small figure may be designed which  can be used  for -these1:'  What shrunk your woolens ?  Why did holes wear so soon r  You   used,  common    soap.  garden  vari,'i v  W   complete  without  it  ������"'.*���    of    hard.v    perennials.  ;'f"***'  to .Inly tentif is  the   'best,  the sved for next.-veiir's  IVR.. " ..  ���'. y     -       ���     ������..    ;  .tl  '   ., ..   Ti-n.   Fall*.  :'       Wt,r'   niv^oftboempor-  Close to the old pah   t �� ���   ������    j     ���;���  or of Korea, now  dyse       ��� i ^  ofFouk Uan, ab^'t wlmiy  i)(i.ivoa  curious   stUHM'Sl.tion��� , * fl,)in  <hilt when the las    t.u   ^ ~       u^  Fouk ILuithecnd ot bona  nna U Is death for any om  to cut wood  -*��� ETlppe, pneumonia, and influ-  w��i often leave a uasty cough  when they're, gone'  "is a dangerouL. thing to neglect.  LWeitwith -  t,,?? that ^'guaranteed by  your druggist.  ^���tei   t ��� s-C Wni.L3 a Co. 309  N^il''   LoRuy.N.Y..Toronto.Can.__  v, nre^cnt there is  ���,0-n-tlio mountain     ��� t )    -   -   .(    whosu  ^  (,11��   UrvuU   - appcaranoe give.  P0IU��ry nt.d     W       I Uvc,  19  lho'   inpressHin   u "  not far from .���..llillna^nh^  d . n   ���������� s-J-IZ-i'.-S-   acres   of   tlio  More   <'l'n*:-;     .������.,! over to pn-  publie hnu-syy' <"   ��'��       Thls means  vate individuals hisOk- {ha    Qi  ^ an !UVa,i,i ui I-* ^llhln that  the slate <>f, n,il\,. productive retime been nd'led _ ^ \^ Most of  steaded by fan'"'1'**  (U,ce tho improvement among Ins tub  lov, (:iU,ons, but he only disposed o a  jiallou the following year. - ClaieiKt-  (Mo.) Courier.  New  .lor^r   IV., ...v   of  1*ST.  Mr  I   F   Lcib claims to have the old-  ..s't coin ii.  lb.ltin.ore.    It is a   penny  nu'oi.   1TST by the state of New .lor-  ^   This was ono year before Wash-  U^jon was made president of the coun-  ?v and  live years before the Lmted  States penny was made... One side of  li,. coin contains a shield und the mot-  -,'o "K Flii'ribus Unutii." and on the ot.i-  ,r is a horses head amFa plow and the  yvords  -Novan-aesarea."     Mr.   lA'>b  found the penny ot. lho property of his  grandfather,   the .late- Christian   Le.b  whowas a soldier i.Mhc,novolut.ona>  war     The farm was in York couiitj.  Fad -and'' 'the  coin  was  found  near  a  still   together  with  a  penny   of TSOO.  which Mr. Lcib also basin bis possession- Baltimore Sun.       ,  Cluster  ui   nifeo,   ....   ful, persistent little steam craft tliat 1  ply hack and forth and up and down, I  saucily and busily important, their  rows of fenders trailing in the water,  their black, smoke bannering out behind. Often 1 had watched them .nosing ln and oat among the heavier craft,  nudging a great ocean liner into mid-  Did   He   Oct'. Off.  The famous Liddell. who, with  Scott, compiled Liddell and Scott a  lexicon, was dean of Christchurcb  college. Oxford.    It was whispered iu  ,���.. pi ami on. -���� -- .,   , regard to thc lexicon tliat Liddell pro-  ul"ing a B^"t ow:in li,10r hlt�� !U1 vidod the money and Scott the brains,  s,; . and singly or together pushing undergraduate was baled be-  ,   pig son.; huge helpless bulk, as 1 -^  ...i -nor  ADDctuTpoor?^ Bowels  constipated? Tongue coated?  H?ad ache?    It's your hver J���;-''^^;, ^��� u- ��� .,.-  Avcr's Pills are liver pills, all -^ llim t���at ^y^v^  ftVtl.S   *���  ������"                              j ���  avptOo.. ,   i ���   .    -i ni'iO   lire   101     I   SllOlt   Linn  7    x  1 t��         eotAtot         ^.XKufc haul  linn   Ltwu  uu-  "  vegetable.    *^?J��--~����=5z=^ s-ik.g then two more letters  ta.nc .n  An   UnrONl>oni>ive Mnyor.  Mroadv MayorMcClollan*s fame has  .iSiod beyond the. Alps wlim-e lies  llalv Ills Honor some tune ago ie.  ���eve'dfroin a subject of King Mc or  .liLme. a letter in which the = Jjr  ->^-thatln;is:tna,;iP        thouht  transference.   Ho s.i>s  vege     ^   (Want your  a beautiful brow  BMK.N"  nrri "."I  lend him j,'.��� ..... ���  Since then two more letters have arrived from , the 'same correspondent.  Colonel McCk'Han has figured it out  that .1,000 lire is about %\\)~>, so he has  done his best to transfer this thought  to Italy. "Nothin' doir,'."  an "ant or, as two might seize and  trundle a great dead" bumblebee. Their  power and their impudenco. had 'illled'  me with wonder. Viewing them now  in repose, 1 was impressed by the fact,  hitherto unconsidered, that upon almost every-pilot house was a golden  eagle with extended wings���a symbol  of power and swiftness���and it. vas  borne in upon me that the tug In truth  is the harbor eagle, with all other craft  for its prey. :   (  Trees, nml   l-ninfull.  Some persons ask if trees affect rainfall.    That question  is one on.which  foresters differ, but thelargo majority  are satisfied  they  do  induce  rainfall.  Von mu lore; Schenck and many others-  are emphatic in the claim that forest si.  induce rainfall.    It is certain they   retain   humidity  to a  great extent,  and  that  alone, would  affect  the  rainfall;  but the point on which all agree is the  value  of  forests   for tho  conservation  of water, preventing floods or drought,  distributing    the    water    evenly    thy'  whol.e year.    It is a matter of history  in foreign countries that when forests  have   been destroyed, thc, rainfall   has  been   greatly   lessened  and  more spasmodic���T.   l\    Lukens   in    Maxwell's  Talisman.  fore tho dean ,1'or. some misdemeanor.  "I hear, Mr. , that you have a pretty wit for. impromptu .verse," said tlio  dean. .'"If .you will write one on tho  lexicon ,1 will let you off." The young  man thought a moment and then said:  "There's a Lexicon written by Lidded and  7 Scott;  ,Some of It's jcood, and some ot It's not.7  'The-part   that   is, good   wil3'.'written   by  ' Scott,  The part, that was'written by  Llclclell la  - . rot." " ,      7.7;'  ���London News.  ,  The Sillv  Si._..u-i.p."Oystcr.  A mollnsk that might take an important place in textile industries if it existed in sut'ieient numbers is found in  warm seas,  especially on the coast of  Sicily.   It is the pinna, a genus of win's  .shelled bivalves, of which  one spocio3  attains a length of two feet.   To attach  itself to the rocks it spins a cable ot,  strong tilaments. called collectively tho  bys.sus.   Those threads are wonderfully  strong, silken in-texture'and have been  woven into various delicate fabrics.    A  pair of gloves from  tliis material may  be   soon   in   the   F.ritish   museum,   and  fine mummy cloths made from it by tha  ancients are still preserved.  ���\ftA    W  4j    IN.O    A&&  ���77  wy\  m  'fd'f  Iff  mm  �����  %d'd  yM  -Ilk'-:  '-������pi'  mm  7f!I,  1-Sd  .��'-.\:'V.  my  . .<%y&  '''���l-df'  ���4$.  ���JTi" tl-  ������*-.���/!������  ���ii:  :4  *$ plgg
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■  -SATURDAY, JULY 23, 190i.
Even the v.-iso man who   thinks   he
knowa it all   dosen't   hnoiv   why   tnej
otre'nnous old hen lays an egg  instead
'of standing it on   end.
■The indications look brighter than
'ever for the building of the Kootenay
Central railroad. The building of
this road will bs of'great beni.it to
Fort Steele and tbe entire district.
Tiie question at this season of the  year is  how   to
prevent the, Face am! Hands from theeffect3 of the sun
and weather.    Some have solved the problem by   using"
,    our WITCH HAZEL CREAM.   This preparation cures '
and prevents tan, freckles and sunburn.    An  excellent
after shave lotion for gentlemen.
The Postoffice Drug and Stationery Store.
W. J. ATCHISON,
Prescriptions carefully prepared.
Meets every Monday evening in their
hall on Victoria street. • Sojourning
Odd J*ello".vs cordially invited.
C. A. Foot.-, F. J. Smyth,
jSToble Grand. Secr'y.
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MOYIE, B.
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Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of Flooring,' Ceil'  . /■
HARVEY     McCAHTEB J   /S  sidin2. Shiplaii, Common Boards,'Dimension, Finish and Lath.'"*' !
-   ' Id/ii Prompt attention to wholesale and retail ordors, 'l!
PitorMETOR.
Elijah Downie declares that he intends to (ry to throw King Edward
from his throne. Jle has nut yet
,-iven particulars its to the method—
whether it is to be. Graeco-Komau or
'-:;*.toh-as-eatch-can.
TJLIOOlJOSCI.GIC'
Refrigerators, Screen Doors,
Window Screens, Green wire cloth,
Ice cream freezers,
We carry a large stock."   Drop in' or write us when wanting  anything
in the Hardware line.   ,
& DUNBAR.
Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.
Cranbrook,   -   r    B. C.
W. F. GrTJRD,
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Don't kinek.    Don't   stand   on
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■street corners and, tell the etrauger
within tiie gates tliat the town is no
good. Oivo il a good word and help
send along the news that it's the beat
town for its tizs in-the woiid.
DRS< KING  &  MILES,
X>E33Xr^r,XJB,T-JB „
Cranbrook, B, C.
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.tiie   Moyion Fire    Brigade   has   a
membership of 2-1,  and   yet   only six
mem herd responded   to   the   call   fur
practice Tuesday evening.     This   sort
of thing is disheartening for the   chief
Mid Uie few  who do take  an  interest.,
and J*u\y practices will be held in future
, unless there are better turnouts, . Every
ma a iu town -.bou/id be familiar with
lho woik; so,tbat ia c..ao of   a   lire   he
will be of some assistance.     The only
f way to do  this' i_i    to   turn   out   and
attend   practices,
The Jiosslaud miner's union has'
received a haid blow hi losing its suit I
with the Center Star -and  War  Eagle I
Company-    Damages to tho extent of
, *-      if ,
?J.2,50U has been assessed   ..gainst ,it.
The decision has created  the   greatest
cu-iocm in  Kosslami   and    will   have
marked eA'ccton the Kootenay country,
.lis  hold  by   ■•_....)"■-   n:eyi" that   this
■."•pc.iually precludes tbe right totlriks. j
d'h'. Maicr's union hut; a d.u.i    *. al_*od j
_at -f'oOOO. whicli  .-any   bo   sc-i'ed   and j
•individuals be made liable  i.err.onal.v. I
CJiANBJROOlv.
i. L.   'McKltLO
G-eorge H. Thompson,
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CRANBROOK.
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Briclidaysrs and brick manufactur-'
ers. They iuiend putting a carload of
bric£ in Moyie for immediate use.
Anyone recitiiricg chimneys-can com-*-
municate direct or leave orders afc this
ofiice,    French ranges & specialty.
liord Hole
Wholesale Wine
and Spirit Merchant.
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Agent for Calgary Brewing Co.-'-.
Beer, Ale and Poster.
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Hay tod Srairi.
kMtz and felpif
BARRiSTKR,„S0LrciT0R,  Notary Public, &c.
British Coi.umeia.
$ This Hotel is New and well Furnished   Tho*'
*        Tables are Supplied with the Best the 1
MarKet affords. The Bar is Pilled'with *
the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars }
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Straight From Bpokane.
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Ooii.fcrtabl'y.dRcohip .and Good_ Hoard
: .       .at Heasar.abl3 Prices.
Pirsfd Gias^   Accoinmo-1
-.:';dation$ ior^ininers,
y MiUdllGHT 8UF]?Eil SERVED;
MOYIEJ..'d:''.'.d-.'.d,-.'-- -British Columbia
and Cigaro!
iMnil6i'i;
'    ftESAO-L-YlEB JLIK03,   i;fop3.
■Large sample room iii" connection
with isoiise for cociif.ercial meh. Best
of acco'inmodationo. ■
■   Headquarters 'for   Com~
inercial and Mining Hen. '   ,
QUE1.N3  AVEXITB, 3J0YIE,   13. C.      •
Makes you feel  light  and
gay. and puts new life into
■ you,
, JV&f tiEdJDIYED^A cai-load /roin'lhe distilleries of
Gooderliahi &. Worts, Joseph Scdgralifj and Hiram "Walker
& Sons.. '      .
Wholesa!iS Wines, Liquors aud Cigars.
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v::   liyyyEcrry.i Co.tr,rA:*n-'f-j:>'uoyKu-'
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XOTXCi. ii; hereby sii-yn tiin't'liccufiiv; tb.'71'rc^-
s.jieetior'cw'l and ]»_tsr,*eu'i;-- ';.rion. an,i   ,;5,d(-..
- iaurls sifuitteil v'iliiiii Jilf..,;t: fl.csi,- sorih  Frit!
. ytvoouiaayi-wi'l be isfsiitnl  iorf,h'u;tlr to -all i.'d-
y-.oiifi.i\.ho'.h;ive: made . [.rov.ui-:. nyVnicnlion, ir
.Iiurp.iia'.icti.rii-'tTi'c iii-o'Visior.s(i?Hi.- "i". n-. ^r'ne■'
•. ■ a'ci" r.nfl ainiiuilineii'ts; ..-   '    -       .
. ...y The foe ior e^.('li liror.^.c. v ill ,l;e <irn)! riKl  al!
.;. : .i**'.lic;.i.its,who  Juiva, iiot 'dc-iio.iloddcn_.'riii.ii
. ' ;f.lik i.'.'l.'C'iUC'syo ca\ er tli sin Kinnui'ii k.-'khydi v
-reynirc-U Unio so vviriiour tr.r,tli;n:ofiti'.   "7,
. ,,yiiyei.i^eh y/iy ijc,.i..i.';t!ecl,i:i;t!.ie' UAU.yyn^ form,
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y,'SIi_--i:.(-.' -lictxii: 'i»Ki-i,fy''i.-;:i,i:r...:.-[iil- .'cbA:.
'.'.. .-Mir KvAi i ,\::[i -J. .vickiiMKis-'ra.   ■ ,i ■•
y  "tn cor-sliiernilouc f or.7ini:*4rr(l ttolldrri ror
■ •.itlifl.iiia.lor.tbc sn.iil • Aoic-, r.ufi ^ul^ect   to ti„;.
■ ' .-Tovii.ion'. t!ii:roi..'f  I, \v. S, Cioro,   [Lpulv  Cein-
4,nissioner, af;t:i:- lor ;i;e Chief Oowii:i^:;iui:ei- „;
.'-fUlilsiUi'iSy.il-y^, !((:(:,;!■-(.. ■     k.'■ ...       ],'
" 'liter, i.:-i.-).e«.'t, iicLre.h :.ih'. vvori';   fur   rv,nl iinit
1 ietrol.'.iin {.'.'i-.i. :.i) <3i.'n..|. j;    	
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PJIOIMFT DELIVERY.
Queens'. Ave.      ikoYlE
tine   Suitings;    Oy.ercaa_.ing
Tronser?;   Imported    C-oo'do,
.*-ce:;t ro:\
IvOOTSNAY   STJSA1L    LAU^1)RY,
MOYIE
B. 0
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and BatH Itooii-i-
,7 '^'STONE^uiluinE.
yw::B:%MmG:
ro  Air.  POIKl;
thk Ti**: a.m> x-ij 13 woi'KM.t-s
■ fii-c i!:b' Uvo c?sentiii!.' '0 a  cali.'-'ia-Jtcry
JtCOFi:N(Jd
job. If the tin Ja good nnd tlir \v* rk-'
man conippten. tho roof v.-ill be ti-.nl
us a drum. The best zrndti of jvoi'.ii':
tin is used iiy lis. The work wo do
slayi* done., Have you ^ot a 'oh y<n!
want lib to 'igure on?
r» -t-i _rl ex
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1 *& .y% c ^v ^*^\
cra.s-brooi-:;
eOSMOPOL
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.     ii_lr...i'.!U'i ii.'i:i. :;i)<)l.'n..|- tnut.".) or riiiiiy'm'il) tii-Iiii    Oi-p .-in d iu, ..da'i^,. ,-JiL „^
;i ii-.rl under ,.)] Uml j.ieoc or imre( I of miner 1 1 ."* ° *° l'10"1"" pat:'On_J.
,' -i .rmfl.sin-.amiiif.il 1 ronnhiH part'of J'ioek   I O.d |       '!' '   '      dd^V        "■  ■-•-•■ ■   .. .
j.'.asL i^>oteii'\yi.ii'*-ti-i,et, iinii ("ereriij-.-i .•..■: 'f,,'!!i . .   • Good ■.draft and -bctt'.ad  'u-;c:
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:ny:~-
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" nil flirty'tsliU nt.- cores , , ,' '
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'   e.nse.s io p,-o.,|.e.-.-; for.e,...I ini.i .;,. iiyiIci.-ui. hu..' I
-.it l'i:ei!!i::r.ci.'iiiin,timer:- .'-iinoiin.li :*.':•' 'ti.u i ji- '
always on hart'd.
.  . JOE KiEDEJlSTADT, Prop.
.   £GR SALE:
Apply to
" J. H HAWEE
._ ., .   r. iruRNG ^ co.'s shop
.■•iri-wv. ,c;-w- «r-^?w -J?-*,—-i*:-^-
Iron  Beds;   Sfcring-s;  MattresseS;   Bedroom Suites, Tables and Chairs.
CHEAPER THAN0EVER, \-
aconneil runiiture Ijoitipan^
. Cranbraok,.
sKUI^EJlAl.   DIRECTORS.)
, . . . J^rjtish Cphmibia.
e r/.'n   I;jio,,ii   fact.   tii<U    th-.:   i^uariee li, s
- CiT-   ii.-y'.vo.rl.iiiiy  ■•Ru.-.iiC.iii'jf]   for    ;«.)    many
. ,. .i'jnUj", the,/yjverii:iie;it   o:   J'nti.-h  CoiuiahK.
;. yi'is ii, inip.v.si'ke to '..eluriiiiiie  tlio e.-jiiitable
V i.'flit.. of the ;iu:n:;nni.s  aj.i.>li('.'inl.=i.   Thvrctoty
-r, --"th« I'-.-'i-JiOku of-eiuiiaiik i.tl persons to'co bc-
,', -ire'the j;-ra|.'C- ti-r.;i;u;.l  for. the. (lotermiiiatioii
k i.their   ro.'ipoctive   ri^htr,   and  j.rioritic's.-'tliiij
''./'ptitu. i'l.lsiau'd r.r.d aceeated' rubjeet; to-' raich
■I, rior riKiitii of other peraon..  ui:   nicy, e:.i:;fc  bv
*,',i',v, r.ii.l the ilr.te fif.tbis   liocii.sr*   is* not to he
'kil-enor lichj to vr.ivo cn-juir/  bv   tiie Cour'h
:    'to the ivrojie:. perfonni'-iice   of  iiiv  conditioiiij
j. reecdeut .is iiet-,v-ce;i  adverse  ebumaiits; iind
..' -ii'tlicr, on the Ji'Kior.-aaiiuni;-" t.ii;aih»'Gorcrt_'-
.   lent fjii.'ii] liil. lie   held  responsible io.-,   or id
'.' .luneelioii is-i!.];, .-.ny eanflict v.-hjeh m:iv. ftri.sc
,   -itho'iier (.-l;...iii:,niit:; of the :;.';me ?• round,  aud
■''  -i.'it under'].'., eirc-.ijii.ial.iiiiee.. v.-Ill .'.ieenre fee  l_e
Jl :fundeyt.       .■•   .     ■ ' . !
'■.,. "And tlio iioider hereby waives anyoli.i.n p,
''.':-:.'is.nd n.ffiii:i.sl th.i Goveianient, and oxju-oiis'ly
d _rees not to tn'*.cany step.', or, .pioceediiigs, pr
J,', resent,   any   petition; to  en'oree cii'y alLgoct
y' aim or deiniind .nffoinst   the   (Jovernment of
•e Province of Britbih ColnHibi-i uriniuirout of
PREST'PHOTO 00,
OKANDnboK and jroyir,.
ti.
.01
i is:
naBcc oi llil:; license or any othe.: raattcr
: :lii:if? u|.)..(;i-1i.-miiiK fheret
. 'Tbelau.i beilie under reserve fro.D  pre-ern-j-
V ,J" "'".' ,i:v,<' ,'hi-s hee'ii-e -.lot:., not include  any
-ii gr'7d'»dr t'.^-.*1 thcri^'htto  prosyect   for cot
fr.
The duratiby.'! of this liee-ri.se 7  [o: cue vc.i.r
:ir. the
, .''JO ,
r       '     ■■.   . • ,   -Joputy Coiiun;s.-i'hd.ct''oi"l (ui',i
AyVforkr.    I.anuti n::d Vori.-s JJcinrtm'-'i.t.	
"Victoria, h. C,,:. ■      ,wo ,"  *
s      ■   •■    ,„ ,  ,~ k,  .. -!- f. GREJ.N,   .     .
-,, ,"'"'■ Oh cf.Comrnis.siotier Of.Laud. .<. Works,'
"l aids aud Works Dermrtirietit
''Mctorln. B. C.,Cili Jumj   1.904.
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TO
Sf,   Paul,    Duluth, |^ihrieapo!Js,
Ohicnao.
d      - "   »-/
.; -   .-ASu all 'rorars'.-EAsi'. '•■" .'
Seattle tacortia, VicWia',  WA-
ibe sMo3t Cbriipleto
^eallii    Resort   on-.
^e..C.pnfih3n,t      of
rOoiH'h Ahi-eHo.*-."
its.BATH'S Cure all  ITervona  and
Muscular Diseacea.,-        ...     ;,   , -
■.   Its  WATERS- 'Heal   all    Kidney.
Liver and.Stomach Ailrlicnto.
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WctF.;. cca;;t
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Through P,al.ace,a;3d Tof.riat llee^ers.
-Dining and   Buffet  Stnohihg  Li-
tn  'yy^yw?: -a ri :
trains dAiuti      :
For i'ioksto, llatee,-'Foldera- and
Full inforniatijn;. call ob or add
.dress any  Great Northern Agent
Wiioi.;:3AU. a«u n-jrAih
MBAt    MEE£HA&fe
Jd-eah and Ci:re«l Monti., Fresh
-Fial-.Qarr.s J'.':i.i Poultry. Vv'o
supply ocly the beat. Your
trade solicited.
In. ( all   tiie .- JPrincijoa}
Cities aiid}) /-Towns   m
JHkad^uak'1 ,..i}. lybii East Kcotsnay.
S
j.iiOiii«lpai,.oyj; o^ tl;pj| fioa^qn, a;di you
?}°™y.;in tl/rco inoAldc^lW do'm punjy
d-'hich fjuri-otiiK; tho t'tf jliuyrcu/' ciii^--.-'-
tvni ■■ (louivie, j'o*":'
li.'ivo   12   olainui,
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at DiLver-
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cording to residence in Hotel or Villas*
br wr.i.t*3-
• They   arc a Fever-failing    fiej^o,]y | S, 0. YEEKES;     H, tiRMiDT,
for allllheurriaticTrpublec. . |      -u.w.v.'a. .c.v.&T.a.
i^It3IS-^I5';toi}ii8y.pcr ^eek, ac- j-'      Seattle,       V01.VV. Iliv.Wide Ave
Wftflb.
Bpokaue, Wash.
St.   Joseph's   Convent
j    '.--,;    ,_     l*Ei^30I.,.!', p.*
i,   .. jioaj-tiing a;ul Day School  condtigt-i
^d hy t!i& Giatoi-s.o'l St. Joseph, Helaon '
B.   G..   , Oom;nerc;al - .and , .businesa-.
coureea. a opccialLy.    Errceilence   and-
swift progrei-B.oliaracloaiao each   department.    Paronls   should   v,M-ito   for-
particulars.    One month  assures, tho
pub.ic  of   the   thoroughness   of   the
.Siatera'methodo   of teaching,   Tenhs
j-coinrnv.nee January,  April  aud   Sept,
i upila are admitted during term.
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