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Array Pital.SioJ  md,-  -d States andj  horded to fjjj  ie y^nsact^T  ' taken for J^  ' opened b-, ���  hod or \\.'i.!i.i  ie mine,  liners,  nd up.���  'mm  S'and/BAJ  F$)yip.4  j��aa&3553  rurnistiftl  h the m  is FilleJ  rs aud  wmerciaiI  ,    BRITISBti  rith tlioBc'i  >\cclli'diO.'V-j  Beer.  iW^  ieial Sale  ���Boots and shoes t are 'tne' priiici-pal of  , our sal-es for^the* next week'. Big reduc-'  , tion ;in . prices. -'See, show,. VindoSv."  ���Must reduce our stocky   No. belter v'al-  i      , ���'      - .1  Ties ever offered. ' -        -,  '  i      <���  .FOlt    QIXAZ.XXY. '    ���r  JjtBl-QCKd  Confectionery  ,�� *���  The Spokane fair this year j will  run from sOctober 5th to 10th "inclusive. " '   Thi3 year strawberries will  bring $50,000 to > the ranchers  around Kootenay, lake. '  Goodeve Is  ���-        e       -*r /  -tlie Choice.  ' The sovereign, grand lodge of  the I. O. O. F. will meat at Denver on September 19 th.  " ��  ,' A special issue of stamps is being made for *' tho Quebec ' Tercentenary and. will be on'Sale in a  few days. <,  ���' Wec understand a newspaper  is soonto be started at Creston  by J.'J. Atherstoh, now,���of the  Mining Reviewat-New Denver.'  FBUIT/TETG.td.  '���*- -^.Vd^.^y'  ; n* *!?.���-.+''  -'MOYIE*-  - �����"_?*���*���  ���y  Eeiir&y  f.,        Lv       ' ,�� "  fl    '   ' .        ,     J      * '       '   ** " '    ' ,"���*!  Me Your Orders    -  '!;'   iVd*    * K  ,���* .,r "."        7*        " *"    '      * <        "���  "I* ;fn'_*-,':���*'.' ; "FOE ' - 'Iy��� ^  '  -*��� .���'���<���-.���,        fr  .^aKi��|RiJiTs^ etq.  tf    vf.1-     - >   .  ife' FRESH-V^  te" y^d-^ ^natile in ^k/y'V';;;' . ,y y,^} y  '**..!��� *?'.?��� ���'���.i.T'*.^- 3Tk .-..V-*    i, .   * *i,,. "M <* i, ftii.'   ���  /���  _ Theband at Phioenix is but" of  Juok for^a'leader."'The last one  could~not get a, better job than  "shovel?ing coal, and as coal and  music do not mix he had - to seek  otlier pastures, y"   ' _'' ��� * *   ' - ���  .. J'- -a  ^ ^fo^"o^^8TpB^ ,j:;x^::i  ai^now living weekly suppli��?of the celebrated ' ,-  M^YTON/CREAMERy -BUTTER;    "   *  *      '  "i." d l'   d     ^31bs'for $1, >'   ,   ; , -, "7/  r Hue oi Breakfast'Foods is complete, and all new stock. ���   ,  Wdlcl. 20 cti per package   Banner 0*U. 2 pack��c. for .5 cts.     ^  ?erms< Casli.   Deposit, Accounts Opened  FARRELL   BLOCK. .  fit*  ift-jfVJ*'-  MOYIJE'S   LEADING - HOTEL-  Hotel  The Tjest of accommodations |  for the Traveling Public      ��� ��� \|  ; Largo and Commodious Sample Booms. " Billiard Kooms,' - j  MoTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors- |  ��� /jr-^rT^cTjr *j**  BRAND^  _.DBtf  TORONTO  Why is it  that 90 per cent of the travellers are wearing  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   AsH  A. HILL  9  THE   FURNISnRR.  maxj&tj&-&. -*��� <**  ^.wu'-i. ^^L^r A^sfi^r *A *- '^L^rft^*. ^ ��  H?"l  Imperial Bank of Canada.  rowtf   -$io,ooo;ooo.  -4,925,000.  -1,925.000.'  v^*fi'.\*M  ��dl|  ^!  Capital  Authorized���--  Capital paid up    Rest   IM- Savings bank  department.  |lnterest allowed on depoaits from  date   of   deposits   and  iredited  quarterly. g,  JIIrANBROQK BRANCH. i  lWi j, F. M. P1NKHAM, Manager.       |  ^S��-    ^^^.-^ ^^���---*-.^^^^.^^������^"^^"^ ^*"  w'-Miss Winifred Crowley, one of  Oahada'sr'sweetest singer8,7is still  in Boston studying ��� vocal ind in-  stumental music, 'In addition to  her wonderful ability as a singer  she promises to be one' of the best  .'    .'-   .        .        *���'-,*.  pianists inf-America.   ,    , ���  . ~  'j   "  '  l.    ' *  y One of the^sights' at Coney "is  land this year is Blondin, a trained.yelephant' who' wears the largest*' ".Merry' widow"'-hat in1 the  ��     ,  ' ,    , ^.     .  world.'��*Blondin not' only wears  the world's greatest hafc 'but" she  walks,the tight'rope as'^well;  The hat1 however, attracts the  most 'attention.-. Tt ^.measures i 13  feet,'infcircumference' audis~ 4i  feet,in diameter.-, Blondin makes,  her entrance in the arena, wearing  this enormous hat' and ��� dances^'tb  the mu3tc'*of the, "Merry- widow"  waltz- as" a preliminary  toTThHr  regular performance.!  '��� *���.      d*w  (      a    , n ^    .   ^   i- y  - * .Telephones ��� Installed.  i ��� ^H .   ,  i A. R. Gciodevs' of Rossland was  the unanimous choice of the Conservative convention held at Nei-  son., on July 2l3t. The proceedings of the convention were marked with harmony and everything1  done was open and above board.  The galleries of the opera house  were thrown open that all who  wished might see'and hear everything going on! Ti. S. Lennie was  an' ideal V chairman. Ifc was the'  best attanded political convention  of any sort ever .held in'the-JIoo=-  tenays.,' _" Eightji -five ' delegates  were present.in person out of 103  elected.    ' :y , ~    "ti  Hon Rv��. Green) 'J.. S^hoQeld,  TV..A. Macdphald arid'R. JjJ.' Lennie, withdrew from the nomina-  ,. i* *        *    ,i '  tion contest.the Jeaving the selection between' W. K. Ross, M. L."- A.  of Pernia and Mr.. Groedeve. , the  latter being elected the choice. In  Mr. Goodeve,dthe""Liberal candidate, .Smith 7Curtisti_.will,have the  fight of"*his political exisience.  Both * are "good* speakers t and  strong debators^ the superiority,  if auy; being being with Groodove.  l^rom   the   Cranbrook'' riding  now a true westerner afcer his  sojourn in RossJaud for some 12  years. He is a good and eloquent  platfoi m speaker aud can' very  truthfully be said to be a cabinet possibility in due course. He  thoroughly understands the situation in Kootenay.  f -       LOCAL ASSAYS' I  4 5-5S3��'=*r=s35i>S5"5-3'5.:5^3*5535:3.^?i:>-��  H -     ��~^,e��--*'-t-��a._'k.     o tZHJiSr g>_^> Jtrt^>.  St   w  ��    We give below our juices on ji   iow leadi^i-r' Laun  dry and ToiJc,t Soaps:  were, the following, delegates:  T. bavan. V. 'A. Rol'lios, E. Home,  Jas. Pinlay.d -A. teich, . Cr, < H.  Thompson, T.'- T. McVittie, 'D, . J."  Johnson, J..'Dt. McBride, Cranbrook; (A% Watts, Wattsburg; O..  Staples,",.TWyclfile; P. J. Smyth.  Moyie."-'.,*-;'s.,f y.      "'"- ��� -^    .,    ���  By this" evening all the instrument*, on Moyie's" new telephone  system will be ready for ,use.  Maurice Quain, of the Cranbrook  company, jvas'here with his men  most of the week and now has  the job almost completed- By  Monday morning everything will  be in" ship shape. "Central" is in  thev Moyie Drug and Stationery  store and the '"'hello girl" will be  at the switch board from S in the  morning till 9 at night on week  days, 'aud from 12 noon till 10 at  night on Sundays. ' The rate  charged is $3 a month for business houses and $2 for residences.  Payments will begin on August  1st. There will be a 'phone at  the C P. R. station.  Manufacture White Lead.  The manufacture of white lead  on an extensive scale by a new  chemical proeess recently .discovered by Dr. P. W. Moris, a Victoria metalnrgist and patented in  every civilized country, will be  started in Vancouver within the  next three weeks., says tho Province. The raw product consisting  of pig lead will be 'supplied by  the smplter of the Consolidated  Miniag and Smelting Company of  Trail, B. C  Skipped With Money.  P. J. Blair, foreman for Leask &  Co., contractors of Cranbrook,  collected a considerable sum of  money due his firm in Moyie and  skipped for parts unknown.  Blair is a good workmen and was  fully trusted by his employers.  He was here as a foreman for the  firm.  While ,the people of most places  aro sweltering in the heat, thoije  who are fortunate enough to-live  in Moyie are enjoying the cool  broexds fr(om off the lake. Moyie  is tbe most prosperous town, in  the Kootenays today and the  pleasantest spot in which to live.  <.,��.'  7   ���. THIS, CANDIDATE.  *\ . .7*4* i., j. - . _. . .,  -,_2j"felson News:���No better, man  in;'the,'wh*ole''6f 'iKoatsnayt could  have been selected- to look- after.  Stnibh Gurtia^in *a^Dominion elec-,  tion campaign than, Aurhfcur S.im-  ueliGoodeve,'.r8al-_est��tB~��a-ge��t--,o��  Rossland. -�� ��� t\  . *    ,'"."' "^ " ~  'No r man in . Kootenay > knows  Mr. Smith-Curtis and ^ his little^  ways-half as well and ,as thoroughly as does -Mr.- Goodeve, and  beyond, qyiestion,' wifeh( the loyal  support of the Conservative parfty  in this constituency, as fi irmly  promised Tuesdiy, Mr., Q-oodeve  will satisfactorily account f Jr his  jormer thwnsman on election day.  , Unlike his liberal opponent Mr.  Goodeve has shown undying faith  i <  in the Golden City in particular  and in the great west generally.  While 6ther[Ro3slanders including  Mr. Curtis, have fled to pastures  new, Mr. Goodeve has never, for a  moment vwavered in his sturdy  belief in the permanency of Rossland, and he has stuck to his guns  and he deserves well of the residents of Rossland/ irrespective of  party, for so doing.  Mr. Goodeve has already made  an excellent municipal record in  Rossland, first as an alderman  and then for two terms as mayor.  It was when he was asked to run  for a second time as mayor of the  Golden City and when a small  clique of disappointed ofiice seok-  ers sought to prevent Mr. Good-  eve's election that he displayed,  not only great courage, but also  diplomacy. Miners' union hall  had beeu packed largely by those  who would like to have seen Mr.  Goodeve defeated and it was  hoped he would be disoouraged  from continuing his compaign any  further. Mr Goodevo,' iu a brief  speech, first reviewed his course  as "mayor during tho year just  over and then in sitnplo but very  effective language he told his nud  ience the history of his life in Old  Ontario up to the present time.  Told them how hard he had  worked.' How inauy troubles  and anxieties he 'had,:1 successfully  met, aud how bit by bit, lie had  climbed up to his present standing bysheer industry.  The audience cheered, the speaker until they eoulcl chear no  longer and the * election'.which  followed ended with Mr; Goodeve  at the head of the poll, and his  opponent out of sight.    , k   7  Mr. Goodeve is'aruan iu the  prime of lifo, Canadian born, am]  ,, P, D. Hope is down from Mary8-  vill ' ,, '  Mrs.' Moore returned from Spo-  kane Monday.  JSTa't   Darling,  the, cigar man,  was in town Wednesday,  ��� A son wa3 born to Mr.' and Mrs^  Arthur Pitman on  .Sunday,  July  18th.   -.,.*"        ' '      .  '        '   " ,  t  Presbyterian   "service   Sunday  evening at '7:30. "Sv. T.'<.McCi-ee  speaker. '    '���   ' '  ' '-" '    ���  A new sidewalk has been built  ,. ' . '   <        > *  from  the Cosmopolitan hotel to  P. Burns',meat market.   ','���������  N EW JaTILK^-J.i 'Walters' will  be pleased to receive' your orders.  1 ' Miss 2vichol3on is prepared" to  receive pupils an piano and organ.  Por terms -apply.   \ '   y-7  A    d ' '    ''" '  A Calgary meat dealer sentfall  the "way tb 'Moyie for'a"'meat���  block. "One was shipped  to'him  yesterday.   ���** ���-       ,'y  D. J, Johnston.and D. J. Ehner,  of Cranbrook, were in town yesterday for, anhour'or'^two.  Mr. Foote is here( from Pincher  Creek on a visit, with; hia son, C.  A. Foote, and wife.- "i _' ���  1 Jiliss Alice ^McGregor, neice of  Henry Sait iV. here ,from Nelson  on a visit. ' * ' i     *    .   ' ���  Mrs MieKen'zie returned today  to Elko after a^two weeks' visit  ������with.freinds in Moyie! ,   ',    "  MrsdLucas came homo . yesterday from McCoy; Coloradd," where  she wa.3 to see her mother,- who  wais dangerously'ill. >-y '       "   ' -  _\II. W.' Atkinson, accountant, at  the St.;Eugene ofiice under EJ O.  Kamm, is to be transfered tothe  Ilosslaud ^office ��� of the' company.  A. L. Denison, inspector of * the  Canadian Fire Insurance company  of Winnipeg, was--in town the  first of the week examining the  risks of the company here.  E. B. Hill of Lethbridgeis here  on a visit with his uncle,1 E. A.  Hill. He i3 accompanied by his  wife. Mr. aud Mrs. Hill are on  their way to the coast.   '  The wife and children of J. S.  MacEichern left Thursday vf or  Charlottetown, P. E. L, where  they wiU'rom-iin for tho summer  visiting.'  ** G. A. Reaeau has disposed of  his interest in the Kootenay liotel  barber shop to Walco.r Laing.  Mr. Reueau intends going to Vancouver to locate.  POR SALE���Three roomed cottage, furnished, or will sell furniture seperate. Price very reasonable. Also sewing machine in  good repair. Apply to J. W.  Fitch.  P. E. Simpson, editor aud publish er of the Cranbrook Herald,  is in Moyie today looking over the  town aud at some of the ruining  propositions adjacent thereto.  7 bars Kootenay Queen soap, 25 c  G " Golden We3t in cartoon-*, 25 c  5    '; Eclipse. " ���*  5    " Royal Crovvn "        -'  5   " White Swan " "  4    " Sun.i^ht'   .  "3   " Fels Xai hth.*  2 cakeii  Pcet'.-. -'fech'_inics  3 "    Golden' West Tar  3'     "   Heiron's   Castile  3     -���    I'cars  Unsceiited  .2-) c  25 c,  20 c  25 c  25 e  25 c  25 c  25 e  50 c  ,    .:���/!  M  '. ^��  . j ���*  '���-Vf I  i     i 'IV I  Mi  9 4  tl!  '  These are not special 'prices, but Tiro .those,.quoted  every day to all our customers. You'may search  the market as c.oscras you wish���^you will - find' no '  better values than these. '.Tho'same may- be said  .of our etpek all" the w,ay,lhronghy A dollar', savc.d  on'a'$20(vpurchase'i1s an immediate return of $1, or  '5 per.cent oh youa money. We; qan easily save  , you that amount. " Give us your July * orders, and  'we jvill'prove it'to yoti. ���'      , ',"''       '     *   *  "MacEachern' &' ;*Macdooald.'* ���-  4 i,        > ' .*>, ,-i-  e^s;!hyj>aiSKasfi5iiae.^  r-T^Sjfy^^^F&S^7'XtXr. }  Prin. in of   on Linen.  METAL   MARKET.'  ,Dr. William J.   Manning, of the  government   printing   - office   at-  Washington, D.  C,  aud who, by  the way is a son of Mrs.  Manning  of Moyio, lias recently  been, mak-'  ing a study  of  various f materials  suitable for the permanent preservation 70f     valuable1 literary  works.    In1 the course  of.his <in-  vestigatiou  he' was given  access  to the- Metropolitan Museum   of  -A.i*ts in New York, City! in  which  he saw, am*rag others fabrics, the  linen ..wrappings  used  by the ancient,Egyptians to ineaso the bodies of their dead. ^D.-. Manning is  prepared to say that a'linen> <py  per can be made tha!. will last for  thousands ' of 'years, .and. reepm.-  mends that this  slfould be  used  for all documents  which  are ��� in-  tended  to   be   ��permanent.   The  doctor's   vei>vs are given in  a  recent'  number of    the   Scientific]  American.  -B_a  New Tork-  Lead $4.7u.  Lo^Dos-i-Lead', -C12, ITsied-1  silver, 51 cts.      <  'opp er, '13 ct.'.'-1*'-  ,  'fi -  .** *ii i  ,��*>HB  / - |-$f  r     "    '^'f    I  ��� "mil  . y0  Federation Ignores \.  W. WC  91  Co-Operative Meeting.  The 'Western' *.Federation    oi!*,-  Miners at Denver officially repiid- \  iated the  Indu'striaijY��rorkei-s  o'f  the World by adopting an am.ud-  .  .       , i      <      . ,  ment to its  constitution   striking  '  out ' the  words' "mining  depart- '  of tho Industrial;;Workers of the"  World" wherever they appear andi".--;  inserting lieu  thereof,'3,"Western*1 '  Federation  ' of' *' Miners'." / M.i,ny.y '  membei'3 in the^   convention-'de-'"'  ���di-ired that the'Industrial _.Woi-ki-.d  ers of the World "had * boeome so '  disorganized'and filled  with  fa.e-  tions that it no longer represents  industrial unionism.    .���       /  After    considerable    discu'ssion ,  the cenvenfcion adopted a , resolution   advising    the   vari-.as   local  unions to make an especial  sfciidy  of the Rochdale co-operative   system of stores and  establish  them  in   mining  camps whoiover possible.  :Qyfi  %*^'  a'.- til  . '-. '"la  Building Notes.  Calder Bros, have been at work  this week ou the Conrad building  putting in new studding preparatory to adding on another story.  Stein Consor is erecting a small  building on hia lot facing Tavistock scree t.  Louis I. A MacDonald is putting up a 22x20 two story cottage  on a lot which ;he purchased recently on north  Tavistock street.  At;the Aurora.  Very satisfactory .progress is  being made on the Aurora. The  new tuunel ,i* well started., and  work is stili'b-jing carrioJ onyin  the old \vorkiac3. The promoters  feel quite jubilant over the pros-,  peels 'and -'thed demand which  thero is for the stock,  The first half yearly meeting  of the shareholders of the Moyie  Co-Operative, Association * w-*.*.  held in McGregor hall on July 17  when the report' and balance  sheet for the four months'^ trading was presented. The report  showed, a constantly increasing  business and was unanimously  adopted, together with the recommendations of the trustees  that v interest at five per cent  should be paid on sharo capital 1p Le  io June -30, and the balance of  profits cariied to the next half  year. Throo trustees retire, and  nominations were received to fill  jbheir places. Ballots are now in  the bauds of shareholders aud  are returnable not later than  Tuesday, July 2Sth at <3 p. m.  Mr. McCree Leaving  <*.*-  Mr. W. T. McCree, who has been  pastor of the Presbyterian church  in Moyie for almost a year, will  leave noxt Monday for Vancouver  to take his examination Mr.  Sowerbutts will conduct the *-er-  vicos afc tbe church uutil such  time as a  regular pastor   is sup-  -.!��{���&'"*���  "k'��.-.,.  "���TflfMll  ."ffi-pffi  .    i1-*j'!*  t?r rf*|  'WlM  yJl-i-t ..|  ' . ic Si  ��*��  ST''  V  ..'   ' 1  ll .1  yj:  :^y  yj  ���*;���>���  7y>'- "  >7  Have Big Contract.  Forty Men on   Strike  Practically the whole forco of  men employed ac the sawmill of  tho Porto Rico Lumber company  some 40 in number, went out on  strike yesterday and most ol  them have already left town. It  is understood tho men asked for  better grub and a reduction in  the ptico of it from $1 to 75 CL-nfcs  a day, This mu refused aud the  men quit woik. It. was necccs-  sary to close tho mill down, but  an plToi't will be made to  havo it  running again uext week.  .      f: ____  ,    Ball Game Sunday.  M. J. McGrath and J. A. Mne-  donald, both of Moyio, have heen  awarded the contract f jr all the  bridge work and piling on the  ll mile branch of railway, which  D. 0. Oorbiu is, building up Michel creek towards the Flathead  country. Thoy will brgiu woik  at once,  7.1  yr  Football Concert.  Tho Moyio Football club aro  making prop��ration tor the giving of a co-ieutc on tho oveuinK  of Monday, Auiruht 17th. Tickots  will bo 50 cents, and tliey   will Od  on ealo next  ticulars of  "iven !att;r.  week.    1 Hither  par-  thu   uuu-.ui'b   Will    btj  Albert Luud Make.*   S  ale.  The ball game . betivedu' 'the  .'ie and .Cranbrook tuuiu-*  which was aunounceil for yesterday, will be. playod' nt Aldridge  park Sunday' e.-nuiuK at <):���'.!!  o'clock. The gamo promises to  be an uiteresling ,o::o, and 'there  will iu .-ill probability bj. a. large  crowd out to witnos*. it,    j .  T17-I week . >l'-ei't Ijiin'd. sold.  bis building i��i'Movie to Pitriok  Il.'irtigari and Tins. 13'irron, Tiia.  building coinmn-nds. a gnorl locr*-  (,ion on Victoria strp'et'a"cl., brings  in a good rental. The placo wii  formuily owned by ll T.  Howard,  TWO   ROOMS���T��V 'p'",  ni-:)i<*il.      Apr*ly'   to Mi-*--.  R-jbortaon, Cahipbell, street,  F.-r-  Rob't,  :*&���yi  '���&���*��&,#.)  ^\ TIIE    LEADER,     MOYIE.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  <i*\  ,,i  id'.'.". '< '���* -  ,   �����' !*''    '        '  1:--- v  'in.-'?,  ���J"-A*.!*,  ���_ .��     '', V    ,  '','"   "-. >7  REFUGEES  By A. CON.*.N DOYLE.  Author   ol   "ll.t   h.-urn   of   Shsrfocti  IlcI.-THv-S-- I  Toi)-. ri"!.*, IW:, by Harper & Bn-tlicrs  ���.:. '  nfifie   ruin. < wm 'u* ocmnj j-.ra.  1     When  father ai d cl.uv_rl)ter had  Kft  ift  -1, *  di. d  1   r*  Of*   ���   .  7.:-.,v)y  ���s i -'      w-     .���"'  ,��   ���i'f. ,  *r, '* ��*f  'i.y-fnV  lyvrdy. -���--.,  ���W   --     ^     ���*   ,      "i   ���     '  I'.-r*"   JiWr*   ' lr      "-  .Igy'}���*_��� ???    4. '"  r"r*S 7-,^J '��� ��� *  ,  V ^..''j'l'i   .>.-���:  * , (Continued)  .sniy i.i'j)t nor .*}!'�� 'fill tt\ecl upon  J^t'i- f.iit" iry, but '-er voice was Him  nml <'..*ir-ii- >he .ii'Mvered.  ���'Vou havo yoiu-*elf s.nid Lhat > "'i ar,.  tlio oldest son of the church. If the*  -���VJest son deport her, then'who'will  do-lief bidding?"  Louis took up the pen from lhe table  nnd drew ihe paper toward him.    ,  "1 havo the same counsel, then, from  all of ><*u," _>.��.<.. he; "fion^you, bishop;  from you, madnrie; fi;om you. abbe,  and f:\iin ��� yon, I-ouvois. Well, if ill  come frji.i it, may it not he visited upon hip ,l��ut what is this?''  Ifo Cjtiii.it had t;��ken a step forward  -.villi  his   hand  outstretched.    His   ar-,  W.J  ,��.  ...iff,'   *- ������ -** - -*������ .-*.-A' .      -��� C^xz=~-  %^^^y^^ryr=-~^^=^^        ���"    *��vT^  $1L   I iTB**,   Ml   -^  k d"  .f *'.ge_r�� _#a  3% I>. -,<;''/, 'It ,   1  'm-if^fi^Jr''  fiiy,'�� '�����*.."��-7  *-tv-,l-v.-?'-i-'-*'- *-,'  ���c(4^.^tit--'K 'V  ., "-.|i*>3?-^ .*_.-,.-r  t{;fy^���-fl.   -*'���(,-  v,!.>?iy" ,r  \l^fi,$Vrh   '-.���-'�����.,'  ,-i;.>/.(7'*������'��� Li," ', "  f.'>thf*-'y' �����?*���.;���  :^c7fry  3E^  ���z  ^m?^ *v'-.  Br .f'  Fm  P��....^;7^y ,  . c#& i.jt'-'iv'V"'  Jifi<* -rvj. k-y ,  ;]^�� C-    '  "Vi^i v,<dJ  1     -     ':' 'f.    PS. > '5JJ>'i'-'  '���A ^y J;,?  "7 .4?  *l?ip^*  .** i, .**&*-;: I J'A  " '  '"-.^ "-"^J  ?��??-7jy,  i���*4&�� /5 -  Kk;l?/.-_. it'--  J-"*- . "^-S-*  /'* ���  ������  V *.1*"*i*?i'''..<"'  yir. p .(������a'r.  tl.'-   ,t."i  -H** '  4��V"id ,  iMy.7  :*���;  ���r  .^.  'v'Xlo no. sicin it, slrcf he cried.  v. dent, impetuous nature.had1- suddenly  '  broUeii CoVn all the barriers'of caution, and he seemed for the instant to  see that countless 'throng of men, women and' children of bis own faith, all  , unable to say a word for' themselves  and all looking to him as their champion and spokesman. "*���'  *.,   ''Do not: sign it. sire,".he cried.  "You  will llye fo wish that your hand had  ,' withered  crc   it grasped  that  pen.   I  know it,  sire;  I am  piire of It-   Consider all these helpless folk���the little  children. Uie young girls, thc old and  the feeble.   Their creed is" themselves,  As -well ask the leaves to change the  twigs on* yvhlehjthej- grow.  They'could  not. change, r,At  most 'you  could.' but  hope ,to  turn  them  from  honest  folk  'inf-oJivnooiites.   Arid ,why should you  ���* 'lo it?_ They honoi- jou.  They, lovo you.  JJ'liey harm none.   They are'-proud1 to  ' Fcrve iu yo'tu--armie's, to fight'for'you,c  to work for you, to build up thc greatness of your kingdom.   I implore you,  lire,  to think  again   before you  sign  an order which will bring misery and  desolation      so many."  I*or a moment the king had hesitated  ^s he listened to the short, abrupt sen-  lences in which tlie s>oldier pleaded for  his fellows, but his face hardened  ai;.*.-.* as he remembered how oven hia  own personal entreaty had been unable, lo prevail with this young dandy  of the comt  , "I'vsuice's religion should be lhat of  France's king," said he, "and if my  own guardsmen Ihwart me iu such a  matter V must iind tu'ieis who will be  more faithful. That major's commission in tho ir.ous(;uetaires must go to  Captain de Belmont, Louvois."  "Very good, sire."  "And De Cufinat's commission may  be li.inoferred to Lieutenant Laba.-  doyonV, "  '���Ven* good, sire."  '"And I am to servo you no longer?"  "You aro too d:''nly for mj' service."  De Catinat'.- a. ns foil listlessly to  liis side* and his head sank forward  upon his breast. .Then, as he realized  the ruin of all the hopes or his life  and 'tin- cruel injustice with which he  had boon treated, he broke into a' cry  ol despair and rushed from the room  with tlio hot toais of impotent anger  running down ins tace. So, sobbing,  gesticulating, with coat unbuttoned  nnil h.it amy, lie hurst int... tlie stable  where placid Amos (Jrccn was smoking his pipe and tt n telling with critical  < yes the dooming of tho horses.  "To rant.! To I'arK." shouted the  guardsman f.-anlie.illy. If I am ruined  I may yet he in linx.* to save them. The  hoi"=es, qulf k!  It was cliMr lo the Ainoiic.in that  jiu" sudden -������.] i>.i;ty h.ul befallen, so  aided li.s commie and tho grooms  ��.,nlil!_! an.] biii'Ie. 1'i.f minutes  Ter Hie.*, Mere fl.Miig upon their way,  ami in hi:!e n.jie than an li;nn tlieir  Meeds, nil I'Vl.i'i'.- and foun -locked,  wore pulled up oulsi.lo the hiuh house  iu ihe line St. M.iitm. De Catinat  .-.prang liom Ins saddle and iu��hed ui)-  Rlairs, while, Amos' followed iu his own  leisurely fashion. ' '..,  The old Mugi'ieiiot and his beautiful  diuiglil.or Were seated at one side of  tlu: great. .'.repine;.*, her hand ' in his,,  aiidytlmy'spraiig up'-together.' she to  throw herself Svill: a glad cry into  the arms of her lover and ho to grasp  the hand kyliicli his nephew- held out  to, him. ','''���  At  the  other  side   of ' the   fi replace,  with  a   very   long  pipe-'In   lii.s  mouth  and a cup of wino upon a settle beside  .him,  sat it'; strange ���'looking man,  with  .grizKlfd hair .and-beard, a fleshy, red,  projecting.'nose   and    two   little   gray  .eyes, 'which  twinkled  out  from  under  huge  brindled   brews.     Ills   long,  thin  face was laced and seamed with wrinkles,   crossing   and   recros.sing   everywhere,'but:   fanning  out  in   hundreds  from tiie corners of liis eyes.    It was  set in an  unchanging expression, and  as it was of thc same, color all over,  as dark as the darkest, walnut, it might  !:.".'.'.:'    yk liavql been some quaint' figurehead cut  yy! ':   i,'-.-/'. '             out of a coarse grained wood.   Me was  77y���y.y clad in a blue serge jacket, a pair of  77.7. 'red   breeches   smeared   at   the   knees  yddydid with tar,.clean gray worsted stockings,  7- yyyd.'- large   steal   ^������'.-ldes   over   his   coarse  f<ini:ire   loeu   slo.  li.ilajicod upon the lop .1" 11 thick us ken ,  cudgel, was a  weather stained siivei j  laced  hat.     His   g:ay   shot   haiiywa=|  gathered up behind  into a short, sti-f 1 captaiii were standing.  tail,  und  a   seama_2's  hanger,  with  .'i  brass handle, was girded to his waist  by a tarnished leather belt.  I>e Catinat had been too occupied to  take notice of this singular individual,  but Amos Green gave a shout of delight at the sight of him, and ran forward to greet hiin.   ,  -Why, Captain Ephralm," cripd  ,Ainos in Eug.'Kh,! -who ever would  have thought of.finding you here? De  Catinat, this is my old friend Ephralm  Savage, under whose charge 1. came  here." (  '"Anchor's apeak, lad, and the  hatches down," J-aid thc s1 ranger in  the peculiar drawling voice which thc  New Engla-uiers ''had retained from  tlie English Puritans'.  "And -\ hen* do you sail?"  "As soon as your foot Is ou her deck,  if Providence serve us with .wind and  tide. And how has all gone,with thee,"  Amos?"  "Right well. I have much to tell you  of."  De Catinat and his relatives were far  too cngiossed with -heir own affairs to  give a thought to ihe others. ' De Catiuat told his tale-in a fow short, hitter  sentences, the injustice that had been  done him, his dismissal from the king's  service and the ruin which had come-  upon the Huguenots of France." Adele.  as   is   the   angel   instinct' of   woman,  thought, only of her lover and' his mis-  foituno*. 'as she listened to his, story,  but  the old  merchant tottered  to his  feet when he lieivrd of the revocation  of ihe edict.  , '  , "What am I to do?" he cried, "w'taat  am I to do? I am too old to begin my  life again.;'  ".N'evor fear, uncle," said De Catinnt  bemtiiy. "There are' othtir ..lands beyond'France."- *  / "But not for'me.    No,: no; I am too  old.,  Lord, but thy hand is heavy upon  thy   servants.     ^Tiat  shall   I , do .and  ��� whither 'Shall' 1 turn?"    He wrung his  ' hands'in-his perplexity. -      , '      n  "\Vhat   is    amisjs    with. him,   then,  Amos?", asked the seaman. 7  ,   "He and his- mus't leave tho country,  Ephraim."', - -.,.  '/And why?'' f ,.        ' < , '  ' "Because ,they .ire Protestants and  the'kiiii.. will,not abidi* th.*ir,.ciWd."  ' 1 Ephralm Savage was", across th��  room in an instant aud had'h-Closed thu  old mcrchaut's thin hand' in^ his own  great knotted^st. There was a brotherly .sympathy Iii his strong grip and  'rugged, weather,stained face.. 1  1 "Tell this man that,we shall see him  through, Amos. Tell him that-we've got  a country where he'll just fit iu like a  ,bung in a barrel. Tell him, that religion is free to all there. Tell him tliat  if he wants to come the Golden Ecd is:  waiting witlrber anchor apeak and,ber  cargo aboard." l -   '  "Then we'must, come 'at once,''i,said  De Catinat nsMic listened to the cordial  message which' was conveyed to his  uncle. "Tonight,the orders will be out,  and tomorrow it may be too date.".  '  "But iny,'business!"'cried  tlie  mer-'  chant.  ,    ,  "Take what,valuables you'can and  leave the rest: Better that- than dose  , all, and liberty' into the bat-gain." ,t  And so at last it was arranged. That  very night, within live minutes of tho  closing of'the gates,, there passed out  of Paris a small party of Ave, three  upon horseback ' and two in a closed  carriage which bore several weighty  boxes upon the top. They were tho  first leaves fljing before the,hurricane,  thc earliest of that great multitude  who were within thc next few'monthi  to stream along e-, ery road which led  from France.       , >^  Thanks to the^ early tidings which  the guardsman had brought with him,  his little party were now ahead of the  news. At Kouen all was quiet, and  Captain l.phraim Sa\age before evening had brought both them nnd such  property as they had saved aboard his  brlgantine, thc Golden Eod. It was but  a little craft, some seventy tons burden, but at a time when so many wero  putting out to sea in open boats, preferring the wrath of nature lo that of  the king, it was a refuge indeed. The  same night the seaman drew up his  anchor and began to slowly make hie  way down the winding river.  With the early dawn the river broadened out and each bank trended away,  leaving a long, funnel shaped estuary  between. Ephraim Savage snuffed the,  air and paced the deck briskly, with a  twinkle in his keen gray eyes. The  wind had fallen away, but there was  still enough to drive them slowly upon  v their course.  "Where's the gal?" he asked.  "She's    in   my   cabin,"    said   Amo��  Green.    "I   thought   that   maybe   she  could    manage   there    uutil    we    got  acro*-s." )  "Where will you sleep yourself,  then'-*'  "Tut! A litter of spruce boughs and  a .sheet of hir.h bark over mo li ivo  been enotu'ii all these years. What  would 1 a-!, bet tor than thls-deck of  soft white pme and my blanket?"  "Very go-id. The old man and hl.  ucpbow--him with the blue coat���can  have tlu* two empty bunks. But you  must speak to that man, Amos. I'll  have no philandering aboard my ship,  lad; no whispciing or cuddling or any  such foolishness."  "It's a pity that w*e left so avlc,'-',0,y  they might have been  married before  we started.    She's a good girl, Ephralm, and he a fine man, for all that their  ways arc not the same as ours."  "But what is the matter' with tlie  old man? He doesn't seem easy lu hiB  mind," said Captain Savage. ,        j  The old merchant ��� had been  leaning I  oyer thc bulwarks, looking back  wiyh  a drawn  face and  weary'eyes at tlio;  red Curving, track behind them which j  marked the path to Paris.    Adele had  come  up  now  w-ith- not a  thought to j  spare  upon  the dangers  and  troubles  which lay in front of herns she chafed  the   old   man's   thin   cold   hands   and  whispered words ,'of love and comfort  Into his ears.        '     '���       .  "We are always In tlie hollow of  God's hand," ho whispered, "but, oh,  Adele, it is a dreadful tiling to feel his  fingers moving under us!"  "Come w-ith us, uncle." said De Catinat, passing his arm under that of the  Old man. "It is long since you'"have  rested. And you, Adele, .I pray tliat  you will go and sleep, my poor darling, for it has been a weary journey.  Go now to please me, and when yoa  wake both France ��<au your trouble* ' control th* flow of the spray  the deck De Catinat m-ide hi-- way  again to  where Amos Green   aud th.*  'I   an.   glad   to   get, them    beIow���  Amos,"  said he, "for  I  f^ar that. we  may have trouble yet."        r  '"And how?",,  "You see the white joad which runs  by the southern bank of the rivfr.  Twice, within the 'last half hour I  have seen horsemen spurring for dear  life along it. Where the spitvs aud  smoke are yonder is 11653J-iir.' (ilicT  thither it was1 that these men went. I  know not who would ride so madly at  such an hour unless they were the messengers of the king. Ah, see, there is  a third one!"  On the white, band which wound  among the green meadows a black dot  could l?e seen, which moved along  with great rapidity, , vanished behind  n clump -of trees-and then reappeared  again, making for the distant city,  Captain Savage diew out his glass and  gazed at the rider.  "Aye. aye," said he as he snapped,It  up again! "It Is a soldier, sure enough.  I can see tho g"int of the scabbard  which he carries on his larboard side.  I think that we '^hall have' more wind  soon. With a breeze we can, show our  heels to anything' in French waters,  but a giilley or an armed boat would"  'overhaul us now."  Do  Catinat,* who', ,< though   be 'could '  speak, little1'Engiish,, had - learned   in  America to understand it pretty well,,  looked anxiously at, Amos Green.    "Ii  ,fear  that  we, shall   bring .trouble  011  this good captain," said lie,' "aud that  the loss of his cargo aud ship maybe  his rowan!  for havin'g befriended  us.  A.sk him whether he would riot prefei  to land us on the north bank.   .Whom' money we  might make our way  Into the lowlands."  ,.,"'','  z   ,Ephraim 'Savage 'looked 1at his passenger with eyes which had lost .some  thing    of    t-_eir    sternness^   '"Young  'man,"  said  he, ��� "I   see  that "yon-j can  understand somethin' of my talk."   ''  " De Catinat; nodded.' ,       ���*    -"  "I teli you, then,-that I'am'a-bad  man to beat., ,Any man that was ever  shipmate with' tne 'would tell 'you as'  much. ��� I just jam m}* helm and keep  my course as long as God will let me.  D'ye.see?"'-' �� '..���',  De Catinat again nodded, though, in  truth, Uie, seaman's'metaphors left him  witli but a,very general sense of hia.  meaning. ' '  ' While the Puritan seaman had vbeeu  L taM.Ing his eyes had kept wandering  from the clouds to the1" flopping sails  and ;back. Such wind as there was  came in little short puffs, and "tho canvas either drew- full or was absolutely  slack. The fleecy shreds' 'of cloud  above/ however, traveled swiftly  across'the blue sky. It 'was on these  .that the captain fixed his gaze, and  he -watched them like a man who' Is  working oxt a .problem iu ,his mind.  They* were abreast of Iloufleur now  and about half a liille out"'from It! All  was quiet on the curving 'quay and 011  the halfjmoon fort, over which floated  the white flag with the golden fleur de  lis. The port lay 'on their quarter now,,  and. they were drawing away, more  quickly 'as' the breeze freshened. De  Catinat, glancing*' back,, had .almost  uiadeyuy ms, mind"that'their fears  were quite groundless when they were  Uc_>u"Jill hack tn ami Instant  CTo Le Continued.)  Severe Case of  Protruding Piles  CURED   BY     DR?"CHASE'S    OINTMENT.  SAYS WIFE OF  SALVA-  T.9N   ARMY   CAPTAIN.  The"firs. time DTThiw'-* Ointment  was ever uted -has ni a c.i^e of ml--**  oi   bbvenleen   yeai-7   -t.m-ling.     J he  ointment  cuivd   tnat    :uflviei.    �����''  since   then   ha.-,   cum-J   thousands   <'  Mrs. Capl". Clmuii-miih, of tlu  Salvation Aimy. '''--ci**-, Cut, \olun-  tarilv give?, a si-.temont of her case  Doct'ois' failed, ' otli.ii' medicines  wouldn't cure her, hope almost given  up, when, as piaetically th.e last re-  .sor'��� Dr. Chase's"* Ointment was applied Sutm-dav nk-lu bjhI on Monday,  the patient was up. Wonderful. ���J*"  Hue; here are' her own wordy*:--  ���'Two years ago I was' taken with  a severe attack ��� M piotruduig piles,  and-became so bad tliat 1 had to  keep'my 'bed, 'ami cuila lie in no  position except on mv stomach. Doctors-  could give nio  no help.  "One Saturday nk-ht, when I wa.-:  suffering untold asouv my husband  went to the drug t,toie for a,box, of  Dr. Chase's Cfint.n.'i.i. which I had  hoard of* as a cure foi piles. Althoui-'l*  I had'almost giviMi up hope, to the  wonder ,of thofce mound me, I wk*.  able to be up on Mouday and havo  had no <*iu"tcu]ty 11 run pilns since. As  a treatment for nil kinds of sores and  burns,, Dr, Chase's Ointment work**  like magic."   '   "***   ' '  Dr. Chase'.. .Ointment is tho only,  positive jind guaranteed cure for pv-'  ery.for.fi" of piles. (50 cents a box, ct  all   dealers,   or   Edmaiison.   Bates   -*  Company,  Toronto.      ,'' , '  , <. 1 i 1,1  * ' Can Be Overdone. , '  /"Why didn't you hire .that lawyer  [ recommended?-He needs business."  ��� "AVell, his* office was so cluttered  up with 'Be Brief and'"This is My  Busy Day' signs*lhat-1 'didn't have  the nerve to offer him liiy. little'  thousand-dollar c'a,sel"  'v-    '    ",  A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���  The secluded life of . women which  permits , of little healthful ^exercit-e,  is a 'fruitful cause of derangements  of the stomach' and liver' and is accountable for' the pains 'and lassitude  that so. many) of them experience.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.1 will correct irregularities o'f the digestive 'cr-  gans and restore health and vigor,  ffhe most 'delicate women cap - uso  them with*.1'safety, because 'their uc-'  tion. while effectived'^'is ' mild'^and  soothing.  .  CRATERS OF DIAMONDS.  Barney Barnato and the Secret of the  Blue Rock,  It is now generally believed th.it  diamond-, are loimcd in the earth ^y  extreme heat and pleasure, liarnoy  Barnato, the South Af.ican diamond  magnate, was one of the first men to  fathom Jho secret of the source of the  Kimberiey diamonds and to make a  toitune horn lus knowledge. I lie,  pioneers woikod in the yellow eaith  which lav'ou the suiface and found  diamonds there in abundance. How  theV came there, the 'men could not  inrngine. When.they had got through  this la\er of vellow earth and touched  tlie blue rock underlying il their  hearts wink. Thd-y thought they had  come to the end of their richer. Barnato, ��� however; did not believe that  th'e gems had bem 'deposited from  above. He believed that what they  were working ' 111 weie really the  craters of extinct volcanoes, tliat the  diamonds had beeri forced up from  below and that whence * tli,eso had  come more and greater were to follow.  So he bought every claim he could,  and time vindicated his judgment, ���<  He did not make, his guoss public  property. The ordinary man when  ,he found liis layer of yellow ground  run low made luisie to tB��ll out to .,*-,ie  uninitiated. One man who had readied this stage obliged ii friend by, allowing hiin to dump upon liis claim  the * yellow "earth .which had been  'worl.ed and sorted. Then he found  a. newcomer who wa.�� looking for'.a  claim rich in yellow deposit. The'  novice paid $2,000 for the site and ���  thought that, he had "virgin, "i'dllow  upon which to .work. 'As a fact, he,  had to go 'down' into the blue before  he handled ri diamond, >   >.  r But tho biter was bitten._1Tho claim  which was sold for $2,000 soon began,  ,to pay "out of the blue rock (and then  could".'not have 'be��n .rpbought for  '?200,000. BauialO'would, have given  $���.0,000'for i't and taken the risls,' but  he did not hear anything 'of the' trans-,)  action until, the tenderfoot had bought  and the man who thought,,himself  clever'had .departed. >,<  ~'-      "  "  , -         .���.���: 1���_J, ' 0   *   '  ��*   .    WOF.K   FOR WOMEN.i "'*   V  < Odd Duel rn lVitaalr.  "For sonio uiojitlis p.i*-t," said a' New  Jersey lady. "I have been finding dead  chickens nearly every day ^One day I  found thirty with, their throats cut,  and the neighbors said it was the worU  of a welasel. Yesterday morning I was  taking tho chicken census when a  spiked tailed hawk swooped down and  grabbed something Irom the ground  As it rose I.could .*-"ce that it wasn't 11  chicken. I had seen that hawk carrj  ,fl chicks ou previous 'visits. This  :ime the hawk circled abo\e my head  and screamed lustily. She appeared to  be in pain and anxious to get rid of  her passenger. At la^t the bird fluttered to the ground dead. Clutched In  its claws' was a weisel. The hawk  lvid bared the weasel's heart, but the  plucky little animal had ripped part of  Its opponent's wing away. I touched  rbe weasel with my too, thinking it  ivas dead. With the last gasp it b"'  me   below   ihe   ankle'" .    ~  At Dinner. v  The head of the house is an lmpor-  tant person at a dinner party., II>  lame must be mentioned in the In vita  -Ions, whether they are formal or  friendly iu tone, and he- must exert  himself to tiie best of his power to  nuke everything go well.  He usually tells the gentlemen whom  they are to take in to dinner, having a  paper In his pocket witli tbe names  written on for fear he should make a  mistake. This is sometimes done b3  the hostess, but the^host should save  tier the trouble if possible.  Lie has to lead the way In to din  ner, escorting the lady highest In rank,  tic places hei-011 his right hand, the  lady second In rank bitting at his left.  He should not seat himself at the table until every one Is settled, but should  stand Jn hi.s proper place till he is sure  that every one i.s seated.  After dinner lie should open the door  tor the ladies unless the man nearest  It docs It at once  The men generally draw up near the  host after the ladies have left, and lie.  must see to Hie passing of the wine  When the ladles take .their leave it is  the bi'isltjes!. of th<�� host to see them  off, and this Is liis, place n't-every en  tei'taiuinent - aftertio'iin and evening.-  ''Etiquette  Up to pale.]',  Salt Water Prevents Colds.  A famous New York throat .specialist  declares lhat if the nose aiid throat  were kept perfectly cleared out there  would be tittle danger of bronchitis,  consumption-, nnd catarrh and other  diseases would he averted.  lie advises jn douche and gargle of  weak salt witter twice a day;'.n.so  rinsing the mouth with clear water  after eating to remove all food partl-  ylcs. i  A teaspoonful of common sea salt to  a pint of wafer is quite strong enough  Care must be taken In sm 11 fling it into  tlie nose not to let it run Into the ears,  as there is danger to the eustachian  tubes.  Those who take a nasal douche will  find It can be conveniently and safel- j  done with an oval glass with n noY.r.U \  at one end and nn Inlet on lbe top �����  j  A girl will forgive a young man  quicker for kissing' her * against her  will -than for not being interested  enough to try! v  ���    - -  Minard's'  Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  *. ,T0 eat! macaroni.-     -  "../'- ���'  QT- =���' -"   '   '.       '  Pirst'Swallow  a   Reel ,and Then'Taki  ' C'.arices'\Vith ,'lhe,Strings.,, ,  . Didst ever eat maca'roni'Italian style!  Say, r it Is great! ��� They  serve,'it on   a  (platter that, would be" two reet stfiiare1  ,f It  wasn't round' ��� It  greatly "rosea. .  blcs7cMediiba's*he.ul on l a1 'platter.   'It  .looks-like'" snakes,   but Jt d-m't.,' You  .���at  It   with  forkj,^spoo'itd,UHlfa-<;Qugefs,  race,  .liopsticl.s or scissors, as you pre  rer-   ' * ��� y ���" ��� . * *  ,In tho real Italian'style It comes in,  .trlugs. Macaroni originally 'wns Jn-  veu.ted to be fed through' a keyhole.  The strings areof indeterminate length  Any good Italian could start masticating a piece thc other eud of wiiii.li  was on top of the Masonic- temple and  Onish .within sevent.v-tbree seconds. A*  boa constrictor could eat a string ot  inacaroni--lf he'wore long enough.  It's rin art. That's all there Is to IL  Hut tliat isn't all jhere Is to it Some  people say it is an acquired art. Others Insist that you must be to tbe manner born. Some s.iy the Italians have  reels Inside, and there may be something in this, for they eat as though  feeding a machine by machinery.  N���� ono has ever dared to^ measure  the length of a single strip of.-macaroni, hike the population and circumference of the world. It has to be estimated. Estimates differ, but all admit  that it is long eTioiigh. except the dyed  la tbe wool Italians."  A dish of macaroni. Italian style, consists of one of these strings festooned  in Imitatloti-of the t.ordiau knot Some  cut the (-ordlnn knot; others absorb It  The absorption process may not be'the  niost elegaut but It surely 13,1116 most  general.  Gen fie reader, if you are ever'led up  to a platter of macaroni. Italian style,  nnd Iind all Ihe exits closed, grit your  teeth and go at the thing with firm determination and a timber fork. Oeutlj  decoy the left end of the stihig on  your fork and begin to wind. Botate  the fork vigorously for some four mln  ntes In the right hand aud then transfer to the left. Then when the wad  has ussumed the size of a ten cent  -spool of darning cotton open your  mouth with your Angers aud punch  It in.  A convenient way fot the amateur to  consume the dish is to get some kind  friend to find the end of the string  Once having discoveied litis, dlstiu  gilish It with a Oil of red .silk ribbon  I'tien look for the other end If not  found wlthl-.i (lru-en minutes ask the  waiter's a-is-istniK-e.  When the end is reached your pace  of erigiilluig the string .will' nave Increased, so that probably the end will  slip into you-'unnoticed.' But do not  let'this worry' you. You have found  the end even ii'yon liave lost it \joo\i  at your plate! It Is 'empty! Aha! A* 1  last you have accomplished the -gc.'tl* /  art of  ubsprbiri.   macaroni.  How They,Can  Help to-Make Towns  Wholesome Places to Live In.   <'  Much in the line of tgwu improvement  work' can lbe .accomplished, by  ,yvomen. ���  In "The Delineator a writer,  telis,soine o'f. the things, a "woman can  do���namely:',' _ 7.    * *  ,. Abolish uiinecessary/.noise.  ,, Establish traveling libraries,.and so  bring reading matter within th'e reach  of all!  Help to save ' the forests from demolition.,   , ( ,' d  Clean   up her 'own  back,' yard   andj  ,make it such a thing^of beauty that-it  will  be- an ,inspiration to her -neighbors, ,',       ,, *       '      *"       ^7-,  .See   that tlie   health1 o,fA her .'fellow,  citizens ia cared for byfBgcuring^the  appointment1 of a publfc nurse" whose  duty is^the care and instruction of tlie  poor.  s> '  '    , .-    -,     /'   ' '\  Secure lighted 'streets', at nigh't   and*  thereby prevent .ciiiiics.' *"*'    ,     ', y  . 'Insist   upon,- paved  sidewalks.1'-    *  .Demand clean streets'and getjhsm.'  ' 'Get rid of ..tramps by having an ever-  ready  town Wood -.pile���7110 ' work^ - no  p��y- d    .,:',';'*,"���<   d ���*.%)',���:'  JTclp ' to, prevent   the  injustico-7of  child labor. �� ���' - *-, '���*���-' ����� < �� -.��.,- ����� 7~- -  "--Do" away .'with   immoral * theatres, ���  moving   picture .shows   'and   'postal  ,cards.       ,> _       ' <  'Beautify   her   street', with., window-  boxes. 7 *  Prevent telephone and telegraph  companies from hacking off 'arid mutilating the branches  of ti;ees.  Prevent much loss of life by insisting that all'wires be underground.,  Arouse public interest in the public  welfare. k , ' -'  Keep * her garrjngm box clean and  covered and insist upon hor fellaw  citizens doing the same.  She can do because she has done  every one of these things. And when  she "does* them all towns and cities  will be clean, happy, wholesome places  in which to live.  AN  ALLITERATIVE  ALLEGORY.  derenc  Susanna cits  toalde  tho fllrcaro.  Where tirnlii trout art* trying 10 attain  The gourmet Bl-ny of the eohJea (jleara  Of  Hies   for which   tho  foollbh  flsh   aro  fain.  Sho Gaits,her bended barb jmi* bendu he.  ,    W'ck'  To irall the tvi'ip'"-* tidbit ia tho. tide  If 11 vetv leaps t!n-ro i�� u laadntr lack. ,  Bui bfleleas beauties boldly tlieru abide  Al last the lnsj(, nias,. allured by tove  Of unelliu;. avid In tbo ancient irt,  ���vuibencl*.    the   brooklet's   beetlln..    blufT  ,      above   ���     '      , ' - \  A.nd strains her Btrength tlio stru��.llni  'stunt to sturi.  i>  Husanna slips, so slick tho slljny sod  '   She  smites   lho aurfuce> with  ��  ao-oUr  en-il shriek. ���    ��  ���������he   welB''S   three   hundred   pounds. *anl  by lho rod.  She   ppl-ish.'s   all   lhe   Ilshes   fiom    U.��  , ,     creek!        '    ,   '  .  ���Robcrtua Uove ln Now York Sun.  1      Why She Asked.  "Have   you /.ver   kissed  a  jglrl   before?" she asked. ^  * "Why do yen  put that question to  , ni(.*r' he replied.        ,     ,--  "1 only whi'ifd- to know whgthcr lt  \\an lack of experience or natural a'wk-  wardnew* thin made you go about it In  such a ridiculous Way."���Ohlciigo.Itec.,  ord-IIerald.  ,A Pretty Quarrel. ..       >"  /'Yes.*' sa'W the .s-uburbiin citizen.r'*H  \b a'very pniltj-.qimrre'l as It Htanili.."  "No hard wordsi,.! hope-"  "None whatever. < My folks arc trying to play the piano late enough every  ntght to" .nt.l-Q,i.ii- lawn mower, artists^  next'.'door  oversleep, themselves  next  morning."��� Wosl-liigtoi. Star.- <\ '  , ���      Coocentr*Icd.'     '    .   '  "Say,  why .didn't' yonytell ,mo that  your  father   hadya   soro   throat  and  couldn't'spenk?",     (    ' _'.���     .j1".. ,j._  ; "I  'dou't-i pee   what >r duTerencc ' that  could make."     , -,   \  y'.'You don't?��� Wtiy, Jt. enabled him to  coneeutrate all b.s energy La his feet**  -"Cletelond Plain 'Dealer, y;   -"   ,'vv  Hargravc, ^Main.������ Word has ��� beon  received that Afr. Knrry Cntfield wlio  went io Winnipeg,fo.- Surgicali treatment was successfullv operated on by  Dr. P. I".. .Burnham: '' \    "  ,y '"Ttist "ihlt-ij' ofiv.. d\e w-Vot-i'ddiT tho.  hr^st irfshclty 0/ the _ world. .,'Belfast,  the biggest city \\\ Ireland, .ha*, a "population of only 'iOO.poa^' while this clfyj  has an Irish population of nearly.GOO,-  000.   Jt Ih, moreover, the real ,metropi>  lis of the. Jewish race,- since it tas .11  popuhitjon^of, Tl-SlbOd.*"*1 Warsaw', has  (not nuit(."300.(VtX).y As."for,:Germans, it  "sthe thlrtlJJerm.in.city.of, Uiej world.  ���with;nearly,*JQCU'00 native Gorman In-,  habltants.' Berlin'.,and 'Mluaiburg.,aloue.  e-xeeedlng her In tlilx-rnsiiocti.,, ds ;��� "���  . New "i'ork * \��\ ��� furibcr,. tIye*Rt!coud  "Aust.rhtn. city In the ��� world; itiio^Oflli  Swcdish^tlie ��Klh'Norwegian, the seventh   ftallan  and   the ^elsbtli'Russlai*.  , city In the uiiP/erse.���New., York World.  T RON ING is  *��� heavy work  with common  cookedstarch.  Itis a woman's  pleasant, .successful occupation with  Celluloid  Starch. Rtf.  quiies- norub-  bing-���just  'oaks in,  ���rons don't stiek-  i..ie' 'Starch. Vour  or can jfet it.  R^'ocer La  e%\\x  oUSWAi  'NeverSticks. Rcquir��ftQr,4 i  The llrant.urt8._reh �� W1 >- -J, V"*-*l  ***i<ifcifc'riim-iriii -  .  "7Ji<n:'j^vfi  Like Rather, L.ke Son  MiU.un.-irt> (t.. i-,nlnn-['d, |  my son that vc,\\ i.,iv. ..J,,"*!  {Ui run a.bill ha  t-.u, l'"**  therefore .coim- k��   ,-' "  'J'ailor-OU. nn, a-M tr. {', \  in- Ho hinry. . "K-'i  1   RriHionuire ��� f  rct. X\.A\ ,,...  why I'vo com,, l,. *.<'��� y.,,,',^,:  futuR* I  v,hh Ui .-i'i i.i\  :'\  you, to(.��."-II({.iild,ii l,i(d' "^  jiTho Poor Iran's Fric-mi  frj  %inull bottle*** iJuii ��1,......j,"  ,rtnd  bold  for rt  v."*!  -ii, ,1V  Thotnnf)"  litilwtik* (i'-.\ ,,y,d  fjower tn eoiid-idni:,',! l7.,i-u.  ituhlri>d tiiTi'e? tho-i'juhi',.. t  unguents, 'llf ^Jieupju--, id si,  'led us'ejjijt.'j v.liit-1: it caii L. dj  it tbe poor iifiinV (uc-:;il  NtJf  ��tock, is-complete miII.'^h  ( 'j-   i)  1 f .   < i      """*  < 'A little girl, ��ho wn-i t-yiipi  a yriend how'-alj-.iiMii.ilrj  grandfather v.^,' paid ;;|f'J  ground 'fhinkiup alid-.if wjA  when 'he reiuemb'.-t.*- >., ins-irj  gel*' that what. he tli'.iiriit, -i'i  isoinothiirsg ^'entirj-.y ' iliSc-.ca*  what he^ w��iit��itl to iir���-u\  t-hiladidphla ���lJ-dptj(.  ,-y y-Sa*inc'-* Himself., -J'd '.'.-, "J  . "You,, don't men iv to say," remarked  Wise, ."that you-' fnadeka" present~of ���  that,$3, to_B9rro>\ nan?,',* ', dd' " ^y  r *"Yes,'* replied"'larkleyd U,VI- had5"to'-  to save my sown �� if, respecL"7 \,' d"  "}' <iI.0,u't under.*- md. I thought you '  loaned ft to Iilm?"   ',       ' ��  ����� "So* t did. not dnowlDB.any better.  But now l dou't ,vant anybody .to believe I was ever oollah enough to expect It back." r  dSoine people look u;j.��� vj  ijieie-'' drink. It all ilu'^rd,^]  ttftd "Saladi." Ti'i i- ...I''  rel/eshing .b-fvoragc,. WJ <f|  ,j.<iiiled load pack'.w.  -Laziness grow- nu.people.34  txi cobwebs, and enil,-. m ins:"  The '-moro Ihujuk-.h- a n,ja Ht  more ,.lio i). able to nccofcii.��.iLJ  iijanis" ti5 ecojipit-ue-.liif to'I  ' Every.^w'idow 'who fcrp>jk|  nesrf 'knows' when a ui'iii lat&i  iines's.' t *< '    '  Cams   and   warts   disappear   when.  "Minard's .Liniment Curt. Did  ��� i ���"   ""���',;'ReStV'IN NAPLES.  Lanctrorcfs'Hghting a L��gn.-|  J'     d.f,  'ants'WlTo Wcn'i Pi/,  yi'l'. certainly  wouMn't axil  lctiarpeK. of, a ^rental dei>arUris'. if  pies .it all I hcarnwut U'mcM  "tha't part* of-the world Is ea|  served a 'real estate owu Ksar  Visited .Xup.esY,ln Italy. '*, * .  5, 'iFro"m..wluit*-I hear, tb. bfi'i  -liltorded' the'.landlords ofl\^  .:tho. 'coll<jctj6n|..of" tlwlr **&  ��cem ^rather-amusing 't"J''"J  "perating if in vogue '"* ihls oca  ' "There Is  a'league-of iftC!j  haven't paid any  rent la fiJ-  rhero aro .about r.,01^ i�� ^j  and' they adopted" the Mnip**;  refusing topay rent at nil ^  obtained certain   reductions r'  asked for, a plan somethli)'-'e  Weak on Mathematics.  . In a'recent trinl a judge made arithmetic'a lest of mental -soundness.  But ,if this test 'had been applied to  certain great men they would 'have  been declared imbeciles. Dean Stanley, eminent author and divine, for  one, would have been set down as  hopeless had he' been judged by his  incapacity lo.do a sum in simple addition or multiplication. Had Keble,  writer of famoys hymns, depended  upon his arithmetic Oxford would  not long have known him. When  bursar he found, to his horror, that  certain accounts came out nearly  $10,000 to the bad. Tn vain did the  learned and pious men of the college  go over the figures with him. Not  until an expert w.'s summoned was it  discovered that Keble in casting up  a column had .-Hided the date of the  year to thc college debts.  ...u. 11. am. wans disappear wncn . ���,_������,_ *-,���.-,' ... >��� v���... voiS  treated with Holloway's Corn ��� Cure *l,*��u ,trU^ ����* '" *e\*��l  without leaving a scar' > 'The landlords Ors*  �������-X  . -     '  1 (ion/ but they.fulled.  clared that tbey weie un.iwl  >,000 families who meani tigb'.\  precsod a willingness (0 s.aad f  Next tlio landlords bro��?bt sn-|  .civil courts.    The/cape pomlc/f  trial, the landlord*- rejoiced wl  of    tlie   '2,000-  defendants ii  Their joy was not destined o{  for at thc last moment a ��  fondant    presented    herself '"j  nounccd that she had a il-..2|  cause of the action against -Cg  dcr tho law���father a curfo.  would seem--the woman v5";G  month to prepare her dufcnsftif  appears  to have held tlie <-&|  cases in abeyance.    At ii"er  of   another   month   a new  appeared,   and the cases wj  ndjourncd for thirty dnys. ij  latest   report   there  Hasheesh. 1,005' defendants to report rfy  Ilashccsh, a drug which sends those    n   postponement, evervlisJ}' **^  using lt insane! Is popular in Persia,    with the. numerous suits EV-g  Turkey   and  Eg>-pt    Prom   Its   naniv  comes   the   word   "assassin,"   as   the  mania often  takes  the form of  murder.  Uorreetea.   , 0  A little'girl ,in Rhode Island, the.  daughter' of a clergyman, ,once sat at  the tabic, with a bishop who was visiting ber father. ���.  When they had finished she observed  that he did not fold his napkin. Distressed, she said: , - .  "Wo always fold our napkins,here."  "Yes, my dear," said the bishop.  "But thnt is becauso you use them  ngaln. In the case of a visitor- yop  don't do that"  "Oh, yes, we do," said the little glrL  ���New "York Life.'  Burgundy Pitch.  Burgundy pitch is not pitch and docs  uot come from Burgundy.   Tivs greater  part of it is resln'and palm oil.  with the. numerous  dead before' a hearing la rE'l  tho meantime the tenants����!  no rent, and the 111 ml lords an |  Pittsburg Press.  He Worked on Floor.  Keir Elardio, labor member o! the  British Parliament, iny noted for th.*  carelessness Of his attire. Not long  ago, when some repans were being  done to the Itoiipe of Commons, Mr.  Elardie was lotintring in the library,  when he was accosted by a friendly i  policeman, who foiled to recognize  him in his somewhat .shabby clothes.  "Ullo, matey," <������*.claimed the man in  blue, "are you woiking 'eie5" "Yes,"  replied Mr. llaidio. laconically "On  the roof'-'" "No." said the labor leader, with a epiiet smile, "not on the  roof. I work on the floor of this  house."     ,���������'".-'  '   .Origin, of "Pall  Mall."  "Pall Mall," pronounced pel mel,  comes from paile rriaile,' an ancient  game supposed to have been played  on the 'present site of Pall. Mall ' by  ��� Norman 'monks, by. whom it was introduced  into Kngland. ' ' '  The observant Rcpys in his famous  diary makes 'mention of it thus:  .."April 2, -1001. ��� Into'. St. James'  park; where I saw the Duke of York  playing pclenielc, tho fitat time tlmt  ever I saw the sport."       '  Ts*y  a   SoasonaSile   Diet   and  Give||lll  Your System a Ghance,  Shredded   Wheat   with   xtinwberries  will   be  fo'imi wi ,  some,   appetizing,   and much more    nutritious    th.in   m'* j^p^C  also  with   raspberries,  poaches   and   other   fref>h   fnul'1  His Revenge.    '  Shirley   Brooks,   one   time  editor  of  immor:   WaS UOtC'd  ^  his  ��'^����'enl  "It annoys mo," he'said one day   "if  I   am   discourteously   treated   nt' the  hreshold of a friend's door.   1 renem-  ! mnr,d0n^ rnl"ff ��" 80'n0 ��"c' �����" t?o.  maid., in  her -rudest manner,  told me  howas.notlnnndslnittliodoorln  face.    I felt I .mist be rev  my  I'chged upon  her Some,,ow, Bo 1  r7turn�� 'Tftc r�����  interva, of five minutes, rang tlu  be i  698.  i  nnd   In  said,  ��g the bell  hM 1 .rac.c e8t manncr nm,y  Did I say he wns?"��  Eddy's   Matches   have   hailed from   Hull   since  years   of Constant     Betterment have   resultad     In  reaching   a   Height   of    Perfection  attained  by  No Utn  Sold   and   used   eAtwywhero   in   Canada.  Mkm  ZSj&mSCXll&CBG&Xt^z^^ TIIE     LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH  , COLUMBIA.  -{*  K-Uk-.'s ,  iT -?'<*�� Lai  grab Brown, of Merriton,  p" For six jreic. I hare  Jir_j_it il  Was to.be free  3fi��  one ever mlTered  l^ii-a^teTiiiijj  bleeding JJ.)ei  wpH^f^ J .!���*-** "<=frth"E  lityPpglyV"1 fxlecl. , One day *  JgMI'JcSrtJ*"*')** hid been cured witb  'jUWaEPJtU tot *������� marr.llo. ��.  I ih.n  MyiM-pply^nd before I had ui..] it all  feoiftUttlj cured."  *'fi*iL4i'-ttiJl' �������<! -tore., 50c.  [-BUK  mtiBVES & CURES  S9V  ftr, Like Son,  i-,n'���n -!'���,���  ���������'*'' l��rr.  *!' '���' * ��; i:.,  "y tUl, v.|-  *���< ������ v-n, 1,,,, '  s'l'l ''I'   / 'I-  .-11 Lit-.  4 FV'.rsi'. (iP  I  a 1........j("'���  '���"*   *",.i'Vd  r.i.,',i Ii��,i-.CL  io."jiiu!,';jj .,"  -upju--, nrlu,  i if caii i* j  fiic-f.i!   Wl  '  ''l'7,ii/ji >n  '10 ����.��� t-yiml  ���n.i->i>Mii.s#*|  ' paid    'J!;-  ali'd-.if u-'jti  ��.(.��    !-,   lit -Jrl  ie Ili-JiiriA -i f  .-���*y ' 'i.'-ic-.'-r  to    r-f.i.-cag  lg��.  |Strike   at'Golf.     *  $6,you  know  what  be-  ilUtley boyri  that    ly.e    bad  Igfey are playing marbles?  ap!    i)ey giow up an'  k y   '  WAS OHIGINAL OF TOPSY.  English Family Were Protectors of  "Limb" Who Figures In Book.  When-the negio problem was troubling the south, an aristocratic ling-  Utfii tardily named Overaker, for con-  si.-ieuee, sake, separated theinselve.s  fiom the a.ssa.ei.u*ona of their lifetime,  and sought ,a liO/ne on the banks of  the Ohib. in the vicinity of C'uiein-'  nati. "  Tbs   family   brought, with   them   a  retinue of litras-e, beivants in order to  S'iiy!T'n fiee- T1?-<-y w<m' fac^tt��*ied  ���a...wj,s- tiie various families of thi��  lovely vicinage, s,om. being employed  at one-fime 01 another in Prof. Stowe's  fumily and some in that' of hit, next  neighbor,. <-lso a professor in the sem-  GREAT  PEAKS  OF ALASKA.  Some    of   the   Most    Imposing   Snow  Mountains   In  the  World.  WOMEN AND GIRLS  HELD BY ANAEMIA  THE  INNOCENT  FOX.  Blamed    For    Offenses   Committed    by  His Wicked Cousins.  The   fact   i*   not   gencrslly    known    Unless   the   Blood   is   Made  Rich ' s^yer���*"��� ^ '"' ^ ^ "'* " **  lhat some of he most imposing snow  mountains in the world iio within  the , limits, of the United States. I  refer to the great peaks of Alaska, at  least one of wh'ch. Mount M��Kinlev  is over 20,000. ftvt high, while Mount  ht. J*h;.s is over 18,000 feet and, be-  .ing situated withib twenty-five miles  pf the coaM, can bo .-een in its .entire  height from the deek oj" a vessel  and Red Health Cannot Be  Restored.  Throughout Canada there are  Uioub.'iiids. of growing giil.-s arid women held in the deadly clutches ft  anaemia... Slowly but surely a deathly pallor settles on their cheeks; thrdr  A,, .-     --���      ,      eyes grow dull; their  appetite fickle;  Other magnificent peats, as Mount their steps languid.. Vudv thev '-ih*  I'airweather and Mount O-illon, lie being robbed of all vitality'" in J  very Cip.se to"the shore, and, '<,-nce the ' brightness. Their, stiffe-iim-, Vrov  hne of perpetual snow in'the.-;*, north- | more acute if neglected un.ifu    c  grouse, but I should, like to  J hear the story ot some eyewitnesses  ns to his work lu this direction. It is  very easy to find fox tracks about the  remains of a bird nnd then "say a fos  did it I believe ihat many of the offenses laid at bJ.s door are committed  by weasels, mink and wildcats, or  Jynx.  During a part of the year I have  known foxes ;lo spend a, pari'of each  day digging among potato hills in  a  retired hollow for white grubs or mice'  "3EEIS" THINGS AT BIGHT."  was   addressing   the  .������, "Children, t want to  Sp'a few moment!, about  Ijkt, wonderful, one of ihe  tSjjjt ui'gaiib in tlie whole  Bftt-d.     **Wlint   is  it   that  Obeat.s away, never hlopj  Sjfeins, whether yon wake  lit/or day,  week  in and  SB-m and year out, with-  pn on,your pint,, hidden  jeptl'is.dis it were, uji-,  J$ throbbing,   th robbing,'  totJ-JLhinicnlly  all   your  life  Ine^a p'.-u.se,for orator!i.cal  "^T&voiee wVin  beard.- "I  |?e gas meter!"���Scottisli  ,<v.'is a stray bit of ebony humaiiijy  that in some'unrecorded way came to-  be one' of-the p.ccaninnic-s perched on  the porticos of tlie Overaker mansion  in New Oi'liyans,'where the family had  a winter home, or hung around the  quarters.,/an errands or played with  the dogs on tho Tichen'or ,planlati<  at Natchez.  on  a  on  (���HHsLighteris, Life.���To tli  l^ffi'.-vietim of indigest,|oi  *{[ojlyoft biir,iness becomes  wtjJBgry.'''>i,He cannot concen-,  ISjmmp!' 'upon" his ..'tasks' and  wg^a.Woit attend"; hiip. /J o  "~-"'ve8?Par_nt._ee.8   'Vegetable  xani  Sho v.iis such a little imp' of dark-  iios.-, that" "thai, limb ,was pa.dt fiiv-  inc," and bo she was left among the  field, hand.*,,who. were to work'.out  thi-ir freedom there on the plantation  of NHfclif-K.11 liul the ease of the aban-  doned waif -ipiioaled to' tbe sympathy  of vMis. S!,qwfr's neighbor, and , the  elfish Topsy was brought north aiid  placed in the family of the young'pro-  -CM.014 to' he  fr-iiiu'd  for service.  1J, xn-.f-t be confessed'that the effort  to develop'her into a reasonable being, wa* nqt-a shining, success.' Joan  ---for that was the,, real name���drifted  into the'abandonee.-* stratum.'of . Cin-'  -rcin"nati life and waB-seen no more by  her former friends,till 'the day of'Mrs.'  Tieheiior's- funeral. y *  ,  Blad-ySim ^also;  he'o'f  the "d'bob'-  I-eople without,los-i,of tune, fpr tliey 1-ure WaS'' first of aii' bawks- '  actually make hew,' red blood. Tlio' * sltunl��S�� ow,s aud raccoons. The'  inako girls and women wf*ll and happy j "over  invaded, flic   chicken   coops  spectator. I think I am not mistaken  inlaying that few, if any, such sights  ,can be witnessed in'any other part of  the world.' <  Mountaineering expeditions to these  Alaskan peaks are' very interesting,  but at the same' timo very laborious,  not because of unusually stiff rock or  (mow work���iiei  difficult  as   th;  Alps���bill  lafgeiv   npcause   thoy   ,..���, ..    situn'ed in a1 wild,,, unexplored epun-I--llftuinii- ln a severe form. J w'fis'riH  try at groat dirttancei from'any proper'i J''urt, i}��ivn *'m' as P*'1''- i!i "��� sln-et i  haf,o of pupplkss, -ro that before their r-(iu]:l- Scaicoly eat uilylliiup, nnd  ascent can'bf> even  attempted   much I M'" . J .*''*'  'r',co f^(I    uoi    Sf'C-'"    to  .time find offoit.'iniiist be e.xpend'-d in f'10"1*18'1 '>"-��� ' My bond-- and fi-ct w.-.*  the   solution  ,vof    various 7 perplexin"   ����ueh swoil.Ti arid  the  Jwitt .��xt*ition-  ""���", ' not   pertaining to clinibin"   .wo��'d   leave   ine ���bivatbh-i.s ��� a'nd..my  hit this T understand to'be- 11ieart ]"~!lij��K' violently.     I wemed to  then  fox  ...��� coops   or  iinjiart an; appetite, and Pt-adlly^bi'ingj brol-e up the siting turkeys out at tbe  back, the   charm   and, btight.'.css   ('4   base of the, mountain.   Of course  In  ,,0{fe?B* /CS"''lr^h,.nUu*    ��� y     .      '���  "inter,a   fox   may  sometimes trap  a  Mihb   Carno__,AIcGiaUi-   2G  PcnwicTr   grouse in the'snow at night, but who  tins ever seen, a  fox actually catch a  grouse'/   Come,  now,, brothers of the  forest, be honest and own up.   I would  be glad to learn,how the fox does the;  trie!*, if any  one  has seep  It done.���  Forest and Stream.'  -neither is < probably 1 b i *?}������ Hjuifax, J\*. S., wiyn---"J b.-heve  that encountered in the!.1?.-"' "ilhani*-' Pink lJi\U '.a.vod my  TPPlv   because   thoy' are.;11"-'-    furee yearh ago 1 suffered from  problems  proper,    A  Ourf   lip-., W,l  ill ilu'^rdji^l  .'1 K i. il-'..  lgi?.     Ml,  /-u.     ���   ���'  mi.people.'**  enil,-. ul ;r.;  ,'.H- ,1 ii'ifa tit  Iii? <lii" t\u'  iho fcrpjsjkl  1 a ui'ii: laE-iii  nt Cijrts Dra  IN NAPLES!  ig a Lugix f  0 Wcn'l Pif,  ouUn'l' ��xii:  tl dei>arUri*'.  about tea-ri  worltl !* taj  He oiau kw  Italy. '  hear, tb. W-  iJIortls of '->#  t~ tlieir ��*,?,  ising i."**.* "'  11C in iSls  igiie'ff wbs|  ' rent la fU  r.,0t^ ia'*  l". the flail11*  ent at ml ��-*  reducliutis  somctliltir  In New Vo"1  Orst ntts  lied, as ttsfl  weie un.ili*  o meani/ift'-  noss lo'sf&ad  Is brottsht skj  ��"case <,*<?ir.!-.  s rejpicvd i**1  efeiidaiits r  it destined o  loment a w  ���tl    herself  had a d-.r-S  on against if]  icr a curfo.  WOllillll v-tt  her dtif-tuft'i  held tlie ait*  .. At f!ic"J  h a new is-  ic cases fB,  rty days. U  ere rcma!^  to report ��"���!  evervlijJy ^  is suits fiV  iring Is n*-'"'1  ��� tonfints -!��  hind lords an  gaM parson once.accosted  aAcksmith.'"Henry,'",'said  Kyi,notice you do' aUot  -^{repairing.,' Now,' good  ip you" move 'your shop  jb-ick of my; parsonage.''  ^ink ,itrwpuld  be il pro-  qiieried' the*1 cautious  1.     ���'        -,���(,        1   '  Hy, ��my 7 good ,1 friend.  lie, splicing tlie broken  imachinery I (Vcan "splice  Ithe'runaway couples."  ECity of "Tote  o,f.*i    7  KCoimty, -       , ) aB-  gienoy  makes' oath' that  partner of the-firm of F.  |Co., doing  business  in  pjledo, County' afid State  gthat said firm will-pay  ENE- IIITNDRED ,,DOL-  |^and every case" of- ca-  l"ot be cured by the use  nrh, C.uro,.i.    .. i.1 f.'   *'(  ������tANK J. -CHUNEYds  Sre ine artd subscribed  W this, Glh day of Dec-"  fe.  , A.iW.*GLEAS.O"N."  1' ���*   , ���    .Notary,, Public  rh Cure is taken'inter-  $sl*d-rectly'on the blood  mt 1 faces  of the system,,  pnonials  f roe.'  EXJSY & CO..' Toledo, 0.  sfdruggists,'75c. '   ,'  Family   Pills   for  con-  stOp  a^uan   speaking  lend him something.  . s saddle' 'when  they were''a bout to-start' after Eliza.  Others of the Binall fry named were of  thc-same groupv. -��~^y_ ' ' * ' '  ln 1850.,Dr. Stowe^liad accepted'a  professorship" at . Bowdoin, and wart  living iin Brunswick whan the fugitive  slave law* of, that year, was passed.  This was the final-fire which set the  colors _of Mrs, Stowe's "resolution * to  write something "whicru-should hold  up slavery to the world as a dramatic  reality."  ^     d. ���  ' 7    ���   ' "*      ��   '.  She, was thcri in the midst 'of heavv  domestic cares, "with ' a .young infant,  and   with^a- party, of pupils  in^ her  ' family, t 10, whom,; sho   was   imparting  lessons .daily, with, ber own children,  but the'slqry was so'ihuch'more in-  .tenso a reality, to her than anv, other  earthly 'thing that the w,eeklvd*n��,tal-  hiont. for  Dr. .Bailey's  National* Era,  ^never failed.   ,Onc'e   Mr, .Jewett," who  .was," to  publish  it,  wrote  to ask" her  not to make it'too. long,, as the, subject   was ��� not   popular."  MrsdStowe,  'replied * that  she  did   not ,make   the'  .story, that the story** made itself, and  that  she; could ,' mot' stop /till  it  was  done".   ->'       '        ,_,    *���      ">   R    ,' , >.,,.  .' This,* feeling" increased, in" intensity  'to the end.' ' lt is even said  that in  ..those, lust days  of "her life she ,had'  said,   "God  wiote  it.-yl ��� merely   did  ,His  dictation."���Lippihcolt's. ' ' ��  taitwering in the ITimnlayaR. the  'Andes and the TJaueapus. All, cf  theSc great ranges still 'offer what the  'Alps^no longer can���new fields to con-,  quer. These have unquestionably a  fascination.'* peculiar to* themselves,  and every obe'should rgo in search of  them. To a certain extent the .(.absence, tol snch new fields may be'said  . io detract from th'e, pleasure "of mountaineering in the .Alps.���William Wil-  -liams, in'Scribaer's.   '* -'.  al^o true in a genera!' way"oTn.oun-   'imye t>'<dnii find aches all over.    ] w7ip  ,y  AERIAL'WARSHIPS.  .,    J '        , r.  Sure to Qprneyln Future Contests,  - ' Sa^s Hudson Maxim.' " , *  -.Aeronauts! have been enthusiastically "commenting onJ the speech made  by   HudsonyMaxipi -at the dinner'of  ��� thc  'Aldine ���club  in   New  York   city.  . Not only will there be aerial warships  says the inventor'of smokeless  pow-  ������der, but it is'now',only the matter of  a short time when  baitleships,, tjruis-  ��ers and*�� the ���fleet winged , "torpedo  hawks" would be flitting' about the  clouds". " ������        ' '  >   '  "The   flying   machine."    said   Mr.  Maxim, ";s no longer confined to the  .realm  of fancy find-imagination,' but.  the conquest Of the air is already far  advanced   and   the   era .of , prnctical  utility, is, near.     In   tho   not  distant  so weak I' could not even sweep, a  floor.'' At different' times I "vas under  the care of d-re'e doctors, but did not  get any better. One doctor paid* I  had dropsy and, that my blood had oil  turned to water, ,My friends thought  T was in a decline and that I had but"  a short time to live.' J was eomr.lete-  ly discouraged' myself, 'when -one' day  a,lady friend called ,to sec 'me, and  told me Dr." Williams' Pink Pills' had  THE -PERSONAL   EQUATION.'  It Plays a Very Large Part In Success  In Business.      ,,  .If you stop fOr a moment to analyze  success   iii   business   you   will/see   It  comes   through   contact 'with  'people.  It is'all  hinged  upon'the, manner of,  your contact.' ' Oii every side* you are,*  surrounded by a multitude of persons/  :in 7every one of  w-b'om  there ' exists a  potential   force .that  may   be  exerted.,  at one time or another, to add.to your  Explanation   Is Found   ln the Specia  Conditions of Night Vision.  Every one must at times have -asked why fnm.har objects in a dim  light tend to assume fantastic and  oftentimes alarming appearances, says  a writer in the finl'sh Medical Journal.     ' (  The 'explanation is to be found in  the special conditions of night vision.  The pupils, , are widely dilated and,  as in the photographic lens with a  large diaphragm, the 'apparatus rf  accommodation can only focus for  one plane. As the faculty of estimating distances in,in ^reat measure,lost  in the,obscurity we cannot focus with  precision, -arid a blurred, unce/tain  outline i.s tluown upon the retina.  Then, too, colors viewed in a fading  light lose their distinguishing hue in  a fixed 'm-iju.'jkv* until a point is  reached-.-it which everything becomes  of one uniform gray tint.  It follows that {he images .which  are transmitted to the-visual centres  are profoundly modified in color and  .outline, and as thev enter the eye  through tin- wid'ly dilated pupil at  an altogether unusual angle the moye-  ment of locomotion gives them' a  peculiar-mobility.  % Now,  one relies  on experience   for  the   interpretation ,1 of   sensorial .impress io/isj_.arjd    when   these'   present,! Jones,'  th'-mselvor." suddenly  in   an   unusual | Jon  she  can  You surely wouldn't buy an inferior cow-  when you could get a psdigreed Jersey  for the same money ? Why should vou  buy cheap, inferior, iroporf-'d salt v.hea  ',!'  '   I '  1  f  sor  Salt  costs no more.   It's best, for butter���best,  for cheese���best for the table.  Insist on having Windsor Salt. , '  1BOW  ,.,,....,1    1 i       ---     .    ,         *.      v ���"���*������    "i uuc liuji; ui   iiuuiuur,  10 auu'to your  .try tbem, and in the course of.a few  weeks   felt  somewhat   better.     I'met  the doctor one ���'day,*and''he 'Temarked  h,ow much .'better  I, was  looking.    J  I told hiin it was'not his medicine but  Dr.) Williams.'. Pink   Pills   that- wore  helping-ine,  and   be told  me   I  had  better '-keep on taking 'them.    I coh-  tinuedjo do so until I had taken another   half   dozen   boxes.- when1' my  health  was perfectly restored. '"I am  iitoro   tlWin , grateful   for   what   these  pills, have dene for me  and strongly  recommend ahem, to all weak girls,."  Thousands'of inmi and women, now  well and strong, praise Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills fo'r having cured anaemia,  general   weakness,   indigestion,   iheu-  matism, neuralgia, nervous djsoiders;  pa'ralysis   and , tlie   ailments   of, girlhood   ami' womanhood.     These   l'ilis  do   this   by 'making', new,   red   blood  which    feeds.    the     starved  -'nerves,'  form t'npy create a feeling of insecurity which finds expression in mental  pertui.bfition and more or less violent  motor impulsion, Tn fact, the subject' finds ,'iim>e!f in the position of,  n horse which se<--s a rapidhr advancing automobile for tlie first*time and'  does not know what to,make of it. ���  * rmneination aiding,' these blurred,  mobile and uncertain ima'ges are sus-  cep'ible1 of the most phantasmagoric  .interpretation! and in persons who  are not accustomed to control sensorial impres'sioTis by the exercise nf  the intelligence .fie, impres-*Vns are  'accepted as,realities and acted upon  accordingly. 1-      '  ,',   Gornekeeners k-rd' others 'who   are  accustomed- lo  rtieht  work   make  allowance, for'phenomena of, this class  ,  , ,     ��� .,       ,77���   correct the'visual 'deficiencv  bv  force   to   be  exerted   the,.faster  your     the aid'of .other senoes. such as hear-  busiuess  will  grow. , you'can 'attract I ir*g, which are not dependent on light  future we shall have our automobiles   drives   out   disease   and    strengthens  of the,air,,and,in tlie wars of the'fu-  Jtnimont'cures Colds, &c.  Resulting  from  falling   in  to be painful���-for a short  ft; Mean Farmer.  Official'in the, Y.M.O.A.  3c said the other day' of  Jris TC. Jesup:���  Ejp's schniity- was . even  wJuMlhis* wealth. Naturally  j^ated parsimony. I never  Indignant save  when  some  i*flS|f,lnIn^by  a multi-millionaire.  IM��tlie*,'#riian  had- inherited  his  Jis   uncle,     a   West port  yilicUlljbcn   famed  as  a miser  'gSn^ecticul.  Ijiimfer's   cousin   died   in   the  dfjfi^okl' man   attended   the  yS����;will, for he had hopes  '^enough,   in  one  of the  sfyi'n    certain    eight-acie  "lgi,fc|liim.,  "'ecjiiest \yas  rend out,  the  ,<5&jl in  liis   chair,   rubbed  JMd    smiled     delightfully  .igrycr, reading on, made  ^tluit the  very good old  jn   grazing   in   the  said  eatiled lo a nephew.  jvh   the   farmer   clucked  i, und piped excitedly:  calm'  my grfihs'."  *y  ,f       'Some   Superstitions.  Wlien starting Tor the river, says  a  writer'in London Field, if, you have  lo turn back and get something that  you  have   forgotten,  you  arc  sure  to  catch little or nothing that day. This,  is an article of Devon folklore, and I  am inclined to think the west country   folk    right   herein.     The   disappointment,' the hurry and the bringing of  wrong tilings  always  act preT  judicially upon what ought to be the"  unruffled, even  temper of a successful' angler.     He   becomes   hasty  and  rash,   most ''often   with   ill   results   to  his basket.    In the western'highlands  it  is  currently   believed   that  if you  see a colt with its back to you when  starting in the morning on a fishing  excursion it is the worst of luck, only  to   he   exceeded ' should   you   hear   a  cuckoo bofore breakfast.  every * organ  in  the   body.    .Sold   by-  all  medicine  dealers'or",by, mail,   at  ji Was  rfefllll/     PaPJ*llv7Pfi       "No. but last night do;  Ms11/ rd,��iyftju ,.clI wld n chnuireHri ������  '      Thackeray   and   Archdekne.  Thackeray got into'trouble by copying some of the characters too "closely  from   life',  notably   when   he   put his  friend,  Arthur Archdekne, into "Pen-  lennis" as tlw ever delightful Harry  Poker.' Although1 Thackeray meant no  'mkindness,   Archdekne   never   quite  "orgave   him.     Ore   night,   just   after  Thackeray had delivered liis first lecture   on   "Tlie   IJnghsh   Ilumoiists."  "tichdekno   met,   him   at    the    Cider  Cellar club,  surrounded  by a coterie'  who   wore   offering   their   congratulations.    "How aie you, Tliack?" cried  Archie.    "I was at your sl*ow to-da\  it Willis'.    Wliat a lot of swells yoo  had there���yes!    I'I tit f thought it was  dull���devilish   dull!    I   will   tell   you  what it ia. Thae.k���vou want a Diano."  turc' we shall  have our aerial  battleships, our cruisers, our torpedo,boats  ..-and    torpr-do    boat  "destroyers,/  Butc  'they will be airy," frail and "fairy craft  "indeed compared 'with the grim .steel  monsters of���the sea.'   ' .'   ,<���"'"*      * k .     ��  "'Possibly, "too!   w*j  shall "liave   cji*.r  torpqdo hawk j taloned. with dynamite,0  which   will' swoop   down- out .of -.the   iiiy��face..  sky.    Although flying machines could'     Dolly���Yes/and-now look at it  npt be expected successfully to attack1"  battleships, ��� coast fortifications     cr  large  cities -and  work" much  damage  with high explosive's, still they might  , attack/ torpedoes' and   small   torpedo  craft.with aerial  bombs planted  and  exploded  beside them  under water.  "The more highly scientific war enginery      becomes      the      more      will  home   nnd   country   be   defended    by  machinery and less by blood. Fewer  and fewer men will be'obliged to engage in the trade of war ancl more  arid more will be able to devote themselves to perscnnl 'pursuits. Less an.l  less will war bo the ai biter of nations.  The aerial navy will be the great bulwark of peace and a very great step  toward the permanence.of peace, and,  as mercy is largely a product of civil-  iration, future conquests will be more  and more tempered with mercy until  mercy shall have eono.uered war. Altruism is born of love, but international lovemaking must be^done-with ai*-  mo'r on."  50 'cents a box, or six boxes for ���.?13 50  from The Dr. Williams' \Medicinei Co.,  IJroc'kville, -Ont.'    -       .<      ,'    ���  ... - ...  '        .  j ^ 0  .,  Dolly���No; T wbn'tvwash my face'.,  Grandma���-Naughty, naught--*! When'  I-.was  a-little ' gii'l -I always  washed*  "Birthdays,*- holidays and' weddings  are what ,keep the average man poor.  Peevish, pale, restless and sickly  children . owe their, condition to  worms.. Mother Graves*' Worm 'K-**-  leiminator will relieve them and ie.-  store   health.  these .individual forces if youn choose  and'get�� the'most from'1 thcm,,"or you  can repel'them and suffer actual damage1 from having come In contact with  them, or you> may, take a middle  course, as many business men do, and  drift along iu a purely negative' manner.   ,  , v ,  'Looking at business in this light, it  Is' apparent that-lfhe underlying' element which contributes most to the  success of any .undertaking and to  business in', the aggregate is the, art  of finding the vita! ���points of human  contact that will set iu motion these'  forces. The personal element must be  stamped upon your, business.���Edward  Payson natch in'System.'  A  House  Renting Story. '  "Look here," t.aid Mr., Jones to the  house agent, "my Vife .will be calling  today, and f want you to toll her that r  that house  we  have  been looking'at  is taken."'  ' '  "But,  my good'sir," protested  the'*  agent; "it isn't taken."  "Jt.will   be ,then,"   answered    Mr:       0  les,   ' j.   am   taking' it  now.    Mrs.  les can't make up  hor mind,   but  '11 want it dhocjly she thinks she  '   1  (t get it!��   -    ��� ,       ��'  -i~- _  ,    ,  j>  Dysentery   corrodes   the 'intestines '  and   speedily eats   away - the   lining,  bringing, about ,dangeroiu 'conditions'  that may cause death., Dr. J. "D. Kel-       '' p  logg's   Dysentery   Cordial   .clears   the     '���  intestinal   canals   of/the   germs , that  cause'the inflammation, and by protecting  the  lining  from  further rav- ,  ages   restores | them   to   healthy   condition.    Those 'subject "to   'dysentery   '��.  should   not   be   without   this    simple '  yet powerful  remedy.   y>     . ���        '    '    " 1'  _ '. ,\;    THE  WHISPER.'y, '.   ',' A    *  ���Oi,aiI the various modes ot speech '  ,. Wtilch polished art and'nature teach   1    <��� ���     ���  The whisper plays .its part the best  Withr hlnts���-ivhich   let   you   euess   1  rest.  let   you   guess   the  dOHN M0SLEY.  J"  , Panama Mosquitoes. "' ' ',  A visitorj.to thc canal zone of Pan-.  Jama,can have the privilege'of an in-  'tu-du'etion to not less than'eighty-three"  species of mosquitoes, thirty of' them  ���found 'nowhere else. Fortunately they  do^ not all bite, and the contagion of  yellow fever,Is carried by only one of  them'. Certain genera, technically called  megarhinus, psorophora and lutzia, are  ..found, which' instead of spreading any  disease hostile to men wage, war on  tlieir weaker cousins aud at times even  on their brothers and sisters. The yellow fever mosnuito.  the only kind in  One'-of the  Ablest  and ^Best-Beloved  .'   '   ,       of English  Statesmen.  No man in'the  public,,life of Ene*  land, enjoys a greater popularity than  JohnMorley, the friend and biograph-  V,   ��*   Gladstone,    the   Secretary , nf,  btate_ for   India   in   the  Cabinet   of  I remier Asquith'and  nowJ a  member  of  the  House'of  Lords, having,been  ennobled by the Kinsr at the time 0'  the'reorganization ol the Liberal administration conseauent upon  the resignation   of   the   late   Campbell/Ban-  nerman.   "Although   a   statesman    of  high  rank, and a man who has -compelled the respect of friends and foes  ; alike   by  the  independence 'and  fear-'  j iessness 'of his character, yet 'his first  interests are literary .rather* than1*political.    One of his most valuable contributions to English literature is hi=  bioscraphy, of. Gladstone.' ,  .Mr. Morley is" aii advanced radical  and has steadfastly ^ adhered to "the  home_ rule p.olicy of Gladstone. ' > Ih  fact, it was Mr.irdrlcy who converted  Gladstone' tp th'e policy of home rule  for Treland. He-is a-'man. who possesses fairness' of mind and -"fairness  of, purpose." He has not acquired  great wealth either from1 literature, or  politics; in fact. ��� he is, relatively, a  poor man. He is. now-70-years "old  His knowledge of public questions and  his training should make him a valu-  vThat (rather Irish)  wary "Whist!"  That (rather ancient) caution  "Hist!"  The modern "Hush!"all warn you lest���  Well,  whisper���you can^gruess the rest.1  Folks.say,that it Is very rude.        i<     <.  It is 'When  generally viewe"d.    ' '  Still, when adman's a social pest  Just,whisper���he will g-uess the rest. ���  Bores,  tattlers/KOssfpers' and such,'  ���    Who   know,   or   think    ihey   do,   too "  much���'        . ra, ' '       ,  If,you would slop them I'd suggest   ���  A' whispered    hint���they'll , guess    thu  rest. ���  , ,  ���Ln   'Touche    Hancock   .in    New  cYork  Press.  America spreading this  infection, scientifically   called-'stegoniyiay-ls   vei7-J-ibi0"Yacio'r^nliiV"Ho'use of Lords'  scarce.   It is possible to live for,weeks |   ' ��� s "'  on the line of tlie canal without seeing  a single specimen.   This mosquito is a  Their Achievements. -  "He had three daughters.'--One 'married a French cha'uffeur"������ *  "1 sec^. Quite romantic." -   /'  '"The second married an Indian, a de-  scendant\of a'chieft'aiu"���    ,.,���  ,"I see!   Quite aboriginal." ,  "But the third married a,plain American business man.'k   ' ' '*  t'  "H'm!    .Merely   eccenti-i'ci   I   should  say.",���Puck. ��� ���    "* ' -     ' *-'' *���    .  Tt wns at a reunion of a gallant strictly domestic Insect, never found  Trish regiment, and in due course, n away from-man It breeds only In  member rose to ovpress'his carefully'j artificial receptacles, such as barrels,  ..,.1       -,.,i   ���������* *     "Here's, to  t'i'1 water coolers,  boltles and  tin cans in  rehearsed  sentiment.  9111*-1, i-'-t'1;" 1,e,H^nV- hi��4-vr.."th' -"Hana  arouud   hmium   habitations,  in  th   field an   th   fnst to lava ut!'  "Ye muddler!" shouted ,-t compatriot.) ' <  springin   to his  foet.    "Here's to  tl/  onld 59th,  aquil  to  none!"  Minard's   Liniment  in   Cows.  Cures     Garget  erve   Food   Rebuilt th��  d  Restored Health.  > 111     nt'ivous   dyspepsia  Sathy.      Pordciing  upon  pM^i,   neivous   breakdown,  '' V$|B of the stomach pnra-  "Ithe  work   of  digestion  ^medial   steps    should  . jTcfe.    When the stomach  ---~7nvroc7ar^&'ftJai''   t'1<?   w-hole  sv&tem  i$��MftGgBFffi li,'��*     fooling     t.'ikes  i-ST?^S{^P'1^^tl'on   m,d   energv   mc  iM^MffMPiie. finds himself robbed  Dusty's Kick.  "Dtwe automobiles lire a  nuisance,  grow-led   Dusty  Dennis as he frowned  nt a passing touring car.  "What's de mutter. pardV" asked  Gritty Gporge. "Ouo of dem run yoi)  down?"  y put me In a  ncl I couldn't  sleep for do smell of gasoline."���Ch!  en go News.  London   Word   Butchers,  Time is .required by an American  ear .to accustom itself to English "as  she is spoke".in London. The cockney who had no difficulty of corrupt-1-  ing the Norman-Fieneh, . making  Route de Roy*, "liotten ^row," and'  Marie le Ron "Maiylebone," and  Meauchnmp. who was ono of the principal lieutenants of the Conqueror  irul was rewaided with the lands nt  Warwick, into "Beecham," would  readily call High llclborne "Tglio-  bon" and Ludgal* Ilill "Lugut'ill."  Indeed, the English of the cab and  bus driver, bright aa they ar<* in  their own emp'oi ments, is not readily  nndcistood. One has to nsk a bus  conductor  mote  than   once  as  to .the  Lawyer���Are   you   sure   lhat   occm-  rence was on the 17th of the month?  Witness���Yes. it wns the 17th..  Lawyer���Now.   remember,    'Vou-are,      , .   , .  under oath.   How do you know it was 1 onI>' W!��S for  nie l0 a�� ���** S��od di^'3  the 17th?  An Author's Trick.  One of the abler modern writers  made this confession tbe other day:  "1 am so devoted to my wife that 'I  allow her co break in upon me whenever she pleases. Naturally she cuts  into my line of thought and often destroys the continuity of genius.    The  Witness���'Cause    the    dav    before  thnt   Lawyer���Be   careful  what   you   say  now.-' Go on  .   Witness���Was the IGth, and the day  afterrit was the ISth.���Detroit News.  Digby, N. S.  Minaid's  Liniment Co .  Limited.  Gentlemen,���Last August my'horse  was badly cut in eleven places by a  barbed wire fence. Three of the cuts,  (small' ones) Healed soon, but tho  others been me*'foul and rotten, and  though I tried many kinds of medicine they had no beneficial result.  At la*t a doctor advised me lo ure ]  M I N"AU11 "STLIXIM I'iXT  work Is to quarrel with her, to make  her so angry that she will cry,, fuss,  break a few dishes, smash a "kitten,  scald a puppy or two, then go to her  room and stay thore. Uy the time 1  have done a day's work she Is in excellent humor and tired of being alone.  Then we make up"  Great City For Prayer.  A visitor to Moscow soon discovers  why It is culled the Holy City. Every  200 or 300 feet there is a cathetlr.il,  church, chapel or shrine, and whichever way you look you see people crossing   themselves.     Until   one   bus  seen  and   in   four | Moscow  the piety of the place is not  identity of  the  place  to which  he  is ' weeks'   time    every  sore   was   healed [ easily  understood    ,Tbe outsider can-  "^(SKSgiGIpffliftnNcrvo rood noun's  itSrSmfe^J*Nervous svhtcm back  p&WM^ength   by   sending  1  .J^jlNorvo   food   nourishes  k to  new  . 1 nlKiSffiW^B11-11111  whole body.  MAfliWW^^i^rid    Knteau,    he.thier,  ^nA^te-^4WflfiB     prntitmlo     Ih^lyl  ^^or-'otfer^year 1 suffered fiom nor-  l^oup^sp^sid' ancl could not get ic-  y:ii1^!i'-^tlgh;-fItiytried   mnnv  remedies  A#^/aOrctoltp)'dymo  that my stomach  Self   Accusing.  "I don't believe you know much  nhout farming," said the palroni/lug  man who had just settled in the neighborhood.  "No." answered Mr. Corntossel; "1  kind o' think I don't myself. A miin  lhat knew much about farming would  not have bought a farm anywhere  nround here in (he first place."���Washington Star.  bound, for in culling out the names  there isn't the faintest resemblance  to what he considers the proper  pronunciation.  What  Was  Lacking.  Tom���When are you going to wed  your pretty I'lnncco?  Dick (gloomily) ��� Indeed I do not  know.  Tom���But the report Is gaining currency.  Pick��� Yes. but I 11m not gaining currency. Thai |!is just the trouble.���Chicago News. 1  Only Jar of Its Kind.  Horace Walpole tells a lively story  of an old pored.nn vender who had an  exceedingly rare and valuable jar on  which lie set an almost fabulous price.  One hot .summer a slight vulcanic  shock, such ns the H'llisli isles occasionally expciienoe. *'pgcd hi-, house  about his ear-, and split tli,c piucvlnin  vnsc. To an oidinniy a:ind the accident would li'ive U."m calamitous, but  the china seller ro->e superior to fortune, lie doi'hlod tne price of the  nrticle immedmtclv .irul advertised it  as "the only pit in the world which  had been cnckrel by an oaitliquake "  Nothing very sluw about lhat Whether he cot his mnnev is not added, but  he certainly do*civt>d ',t.  Snrrc   0!H   Place.  "Where did you go on your honeymoon5"  "Bioke."  aml the hair has grown over each j not Imaglue Moscow conditions, lie  one in fine condition The Liniment. cannot imagine church bells tinging all  is certainly wonderful in its working. I Ulo lhw nni* pcl pIo ,lrayiI1K i��� tho  ���,., ��� ,, , 1N        HOLDhN.     pllbi[c streets at all hours of day and  Witness, Perry linker. night.  Cause of the  Row.  Mrs. Popley ��� For goodness' sake!  What's the matter with Tommy?  Mr. Popley (from the bathroom)���  Oh. he wants the earth!  Mrs. Popley���Wauls tho earth*"  Mr. Popley���Yes At least that portion of it that I'm trying to wash off  his  bauds  and   face.  Indian   Cure   For Cancer. "  The Chinese and Japanese surgeons  cure .cancer with a common weed. A  small cone made* of the dried leaves  is placed on the diseased part, which  has been previously moistened, a'nd  is lighted at the top, when,, it .burns  down with a temperate, glowing heat  and produces a. dark, spot, the exul-  ceration of which is promoted bv the  application 'of, a 'small quantity of  garhc._ Thc.j-Iccr is kept open or healed as "(lie indications of the case require. D  Apropos   of   this   oriental cure, the  American  Indians   undoubtedly   came  from    China,    crossing1 Behriiig  sea,  swooping down   through   Alaska   and  tho valley of thc Columbia'and scattering over this continent. They must I  have brought  the Chinese heat cures  along.   A medicine man was asked to  cure a  paleface of cancer.    He  said-  "Indian no cure cancer; Indian cure  burn."   He was told to po ahead and  do  his, best,   as   the  white  man  was  failing  fast.    So with a rcdhot poker  he   burned   out   the' sore   wide   and  broad   and   deep,   then   applied   his  remedies  of  herbs,  etc.,  and  quickly  healed   the   wound.    The   patient  recovered.  "   '-      4     Accounted For. ,   ,  , ^Mrs. J.'s patience was much tried,by  a"servant who had the habit of standing around with her mouth open. Ono  day as the maid waited upon the, tad  hie her mouth was open, as usual, and  her mistress said.y  "Mary, your mouth is open." .  ,   "Yassum,"  replied 'Mary;  "I opened  ft"���Philadelphia Ledger.  CRAY HAIR A DISEASE  ' COLORATOll is the only preparation that really restores GRAY or  FADED, HAIR to its original color.  All Druggists, $1 00. Confidential advice given. Address The Colorator  Corporation. 179 King street West,  Toronto.  BINDER TW  Every ball fully OiiAianteedj    fcVoe on  *nd properly tt-ceeU t-i com-  board cttra  ply wfth Caiifi'linn law*.  CalijRry  NE,  Free on  boardenrm  Winnipeg  $4.38  4.88  5.38  For   Family   Uso.  "ITnnild." Mis Thomson began,  thoughtfully, "I've been thinking n  lot  a bout   vou  lately."  "Souictliiiiir nice'", questioned Mi  Thomson,   with  hopeful   inflection.  "Do you know," Mis. Thomson  went on, quite iiriioi ing her husband's  bid for flattery, "that ^ince we hnv*  lived heie in the country nnd you  have gone back and foi tli to the city  evciv day. you have seen absolutely  nothing  of  the chrldicn?"  "I don't sop how that can bo helped," icplicd Mr. Thomson. "When f  leave in the moiiiing they aie not  up, and when T come back in thc  evening   they'ic   in   bed."  "Ye-.," d-,sontcd Mis. Thomson,  "that is so, but you might at lea.it  ioikI tliem a .louvenir postcard now  aiid   tlien. "���Youth's   Companion.  -an  ci"  >l  fVo*tJ^^teWt'iB*lf6r'  Dr. "Chase's"  10fH  fypJfiSodari'^lriianae.  All  About  Her.  Winkle���See that little woman In  black over there? I'll bet there are  more men crazy about that woman  than any woman In town.  I tinkle���What makes you think so?  jWlnklo���Well, she's the matron out  ut|the Insane as- lum,��� Judge.  Counting a C1IITori.  Suppose you undeitook to count a  billion. How long do you llnnk 1*  Would take j011 to do if5 A billion,  aeceirduur to I be Krenc'i notation  which we fdllou, is a thousand m.l-  lions. If you h.-.l beffiie you a pile  of silver (iullari ''oiiLiinin/ ,1 milli'm  and could count one very second for  eight hours every d ���>��� it would take  you tluity-'ivt d"js to comnlete the  task. But supjKne \ ou undoitook to  count a thousand of thoic i.iiii,..r.  dollar piles. You would be at work  eight hours a day for 33,000 da-a, or  about 100 j ears.  Leek.  "Look  ns  if you   wns   feelln'  pretty  good today, James." said the first wait  c-r.  "Yes, tiptop." replied the other  "Some streak o" luck maybe'/"  _ "Yes. tiptop lip "  Arbitration    In   the   Antipodes.  An agreement was recently reached  betwoc.n thc New South Wales Typographical association and the employing printers and publishers of Sydney  through the mediation of the court of  arbitration of New South Wales The  secretary of the Sydney union is au  thority for tho statement that thi-  awartl is working to the advantage ot  all composing room employes; that  more more are employed and all receive a little moro for fewer hours  than formerly. All machine composition is on a piece basis A clause wa<-  ihsertod in the scale at the request of  the employers which pro\ ides for a  slightly leduced wage for those men  who fiom old age or other causes  cannot do the work requited "of thc  \011nger ami more active employes  The pulili.ihcts did not wish to dis  charge their edd employes, men who  had grown old in their service, so in  this ni. inner -.ought to piovide foi  their   continued   enployment.  STANDARD 500tt. per baU 50lb��. $4.75  MANILA 350 ft.per b.l��50H��.. 5.25  MANILA SOU ft. ptrb.lt 501U.  I      5.75 _  Orders Hocepcu.1 fnron" bnle or morn. Terms cish  with order or O. O.D.    Proupt qhlniuont and satM*  friction cruar intend.   A��k i... ?or price on .*ar lota.  COOPER CORDAGE CO.. Minneapolis. Minn,  'ta  . /"jHi|  r'-yptm  -!**������ i''ill  . ydM-i  / tPm  i *-/*F-.:m  '������'���r'lB  'Aifl  : '*tf'/i  Alt,   'J  .'*������ *.!  , VS-    ill  $ i'  ? p - *'  :|:;i  1 /'-.  ,/-!r;d'  j'/,'.  Keep Your Liver -  Working. It's a lazy organ and  needs to be stimulated occasionally,  or it shirks its-function. That coated tongue, sallow complexion, sick  headache and pain under the shoulder blade arc caused by an indolent  liver. Liven it up by taking a short  course of  y;  '�����"���  y*  !<y  71  ���s  Pills  Sold Everywhere.      In boxes 25 cent��  Anger restoth   In  the  Iiimvii  nf U  -Uible  i        Questions aW8 Answers.  Why should a man named Renny  marry a girl called Annie? Because he-  would be I'.enny-flted and she would  be Annie-ninted.  What Is the difference between a man  looking upstairs and one going up?  One Is staring up steps,, the other stepping upstair-.. !  Wlij have chickens no future to look  forward to? l'.ecntise they have their  I'ecks (willed (,u*\t world) in this.  Why is a ln/..\ dog like a bill? Re-  I'uii'i' lie us a slnw pup (slope up).  \\'!),\ N :\ bee -.\ gre.u deceiver? l*��-  l Miiiii lie Is. a liimiliiu:.  Horses Shad With Leather.  Tn   ceit.nn    districts    of    Australia  hiiises   arc  now   repotted   to   be   shod  ��ith   lenther instead  of  iron,  the   feet  ihns   receiMiig   better   support      Tin-  novelty   is  employed   onlv   in   region  v.hoie the gi(>uu<l ii permanently   co*.  ���red with  j.'it�� e>t   fine -and.  WILSON'S  PADS  Kill th��m all.  No dead fl!��o  lylnsr about  when u����d �����  dlreoteal.  ���   80UD  BY    BKUCCISTS, 0R0CERS and QENERAL STCRJS  lOa. par paeket, er S paokets tar I8o.  will laat a whsln uuon.  Not the Same.  Miss Wood by��� So Mr.'Smart realh  said he considered me very w.tty, eh'-  Miss Knox- Not exactly. He sni-1  he had to laugh eveiy time he me!  you.  Monk (the caddie) ���Ever since T.eo  ate that Gordon highbinder he won t  do anything but play golf.  Seldom See  �� blij kneo like this, bat your borsc  mar hare a buneli or bruits on bis  Ajikle, Uock,  btule, Kr.ee or Tliroat.  Unlike  Some   Married   Men.  "It  must  be   forlorn   for a  bachelor  when he falls ill "  "Th.-n's so    i\*o one to take In h��wird  ers for him."���Orowulng's Magazine.  wia clean tliem olt without lijinr; the  hor<,e up. No blinter, nn hHJrrono  12 uO per botilo, deliT-rotl. Hook 8-C  free. ABSORBINR, JR., for in��jol��ind,  J10O. Removes Soft Buncbis, Ctirt*  VarlcofB Veins,Varicocele, lljnrocele,  Ruptured Minder or Liframcnc*. "iilarciil  Qlando.    Allaja   Txln.   MM. orlvbr  ��. F. YOOItB, rJF,137Hariiiiairtl) St, SpiTngfiBii, Hijj.  LYMAN SONS * CO.. Montreal. Canadian Apenia.  Alto furnlth.lt 4y Martin Belt & W)rm. Co, iVInnlptf.  T>># national Drug A Ch.mloa/ Co^ Winning turf Co/gMrg,  �����rf Hondvzz* Srxu. Ob. ltd.. Yonoovw.  ��*��**��� v-:.."-'.l  W.    N.    U.    No.    698. •i.
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' THE ffiQYIB LEASER.
The   U'i'on   Onion.
Published in the iu teres t.'qf the people
of Moyie and^ajsiipioteniiy.   '
F. J". BCMYTH. PU.BUSHKR.'
HATB    OF    SlUSCEirTlO*-
One Tear'.. ..'....".. ^-^
SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908.
■VICTORY IS'SIGHT.    ,
•The ii ins .tide of Conservatism, so apparent from piie end. oi
ibe h>uuiinion to the .other, will
evveep tbe Libaial/party, from
".lower'at' the next federal elections," declared Hon.' "W. J.
Han'na,',. Provincial Secretary in
the Ontario government, while in
Nelson the'ijther day. "? have
a message for ' tha Conservative?:
'of, British Columbia. It is the
.promise tiat Ontario w.ill pile
1 up'for'non. Mr. Bo-den .a larger
majority than tho large ,one it
gave him in 190i. Th"ose who
,nre acqnianted with tha, situation
in the, Maritime* provinces and,
.Qijbec, assert we,will make ve y
bubsta:.tial g tins in both provin-i
ces. <>
.-From ,parsonil   observation' I.
dent the West, will also
I i,ie planted a imimi onion,
For h« «as ft union inri.i,
\ n.llj'V tuauaged all ot his affairs
Ou a ii^id uuiuii plau. ,
JXd.t-nded hid union ohk-ii
With jjHtience and ge tie care;
J3 it  fciia  union    onion   went    on
Bii-ike,
To the union man's desrair.
fio^ask-icl of the union onion
If it wouldn't (.arbitrate;
Butt*.eon;on said it could not, for
Its giitfvonce was to(j ""great.
•U'liat grievenco,'oh, union onion?
/ia askcJ; and the onion s.tid,
W<i\l. 1 want a  union chainber-
'liiaid « **
To bo making dip my bed."
good  account , of   .itself,
.here c, year ago ■ I  was
impressed,  with a wonderful   aporeeiation   the ■ people
' entertained for the McBride'gov-
ernmenh    Now on this .trip I .find
thkt   this' feeling   rather   than
^bating has shown a' wonderful
increase.    Taii   in   iiself    speaks
vqlgme'i in .favor ol his ;clean, administration of public, affairs.'.*  c'
.The Hearst papers will nojb support B.-yan. * k> ,       '<
*   ; ■ ?f.r—
We,have the telephone;  'now
for an electric lighting system.
I  0. O. F.
I.oJB«> No, 4 1»
MeetoTue'd-^ ^ODlngBia *IoGrecor
hill on Victori.* street. Fojotumng
Odd Fellows cordially invited,
'rH. J. Lowes & -• Smyti^
iioblo Grand.
A Woman's Back' •
Has many aches and pabia caused by
weaknesscs'and falling, or cither displacement, of tho pelvic organs. Othei- symptoms of female weakness aro frequent ^
headache, dlrzlness, imaginary specks' or
dark spota floating before tho eyes, gnawing sensation in stomivch', dragging or
bearing down in-lower abdoailnoJ or pelvic
region, disagreeable drains from pelvic
organs.falnt spells with general weakness.
If any considerable number of the'above
symptoms aro present therq js no remedy.
that wmygive quicker relief or a more.per-
madent Shm tha,n Hr. Pierce's Favorite
Pre>^>&v5bs^Nlt, has a record ol oyer,fqrty
j-cars(6f «i^ J\"ls ^hcl PW'/ -potent
I n vjcorn ting' t^lC-J^i^a^IgJltqnU3LSJI£i:"
vino known to tnr^.icalscience^Tt i3 made
oftEG"glyccric extraciboT native medici-'
nal roots found in our forests and .contains not a drop of alcohol or hann£pJ,'.or
habit-forming drugs.' ItsdngT.edieiits are'
all printed on the bottle-wrapper and gt-
tcstcd under 'oath as correct. - -;•"""' ,
•.Every, ingredient entering Into ^3?»-
vorite Prescription " has the written endorsement of the most eminent mpdical
writers of all the soveral schools of prap-'
tlce—more valuable than any amouiifof
non-professional tcsttmocdals-^hough the
latter arc not l&ckingi having been contributed' vialun-tariiy by-grateful- patients
in numbers to exceed the endorsements
given,to any other medicine extant for
the euro of -woman's ills. ' *     "
you cannot afford'to accept any medicine
of unknowircompositlon as a sabstttdto
for this well prsven' remedy 6y ■KStfvrs
coMPOsmoH, 6;vc*-j though" tbe dealer may
make a little 'nioro profit thereby. .Tour
interest in regaining,health is paramount.
to any selfish- interest of Ma and -it is an
insult to your .intelligence for him to try
to palm off upon you a substitute^ You
know^what you want and it is his bus!-''
ness to supply tho article called for.
' Dr' Pierce's "Pleasant' Pellets aro .tho
original "Little Liver Pills", first put up'
by old "Dr. Pierce over forty .'years 'aije;
' much imitated but never equaled.' Little
sugar-cca.ted.griaul8&-€aEyrto tata"1 3**.
Fishing Tackle
RODS, REELS, FLIES,
BAITS, LINES, HOOKS
LEADER BOXES AND
TROOLS.
Greenheart rods from $3 to $13;
,plit bamboo from $1.00 to ?5.75;
Lance wood rods' from- $2 to1 $5
Trunk rods from $1 to $-1.50.     ,
MOYIE ".'DRUG' , AND
STATIOHEBY ' STORE.
Bec/y.
•     •
Stioe Repairing
t
Killing Shoes '
Made to Order
Jfeets tvsry Thursday
[evening    in    McGrefeOr
Vail nt S o'clock.   Visiting brothers in\itcd,
W. X Feltha-m, e- A-nf-iLi.
Chancellor Gorii'. K.p.indS.
Moyie   Miners5   Union
No:"7i, W, F. of *M.
Meets in .McGregor hall every   Patoiv
dwy  evening.      **ojourning .mejiiberB
n-re-roirdiully invited to'alU'nd.
Rl J. Colter - - •      '.ThosrE. Kelly,
Secretary
THE CANADIAN BA]
\OF, COMMERCE
1II-.AD  OI'IICK. TORONTO       ; ES-IAUUsiiru L.
' n ii   , '  Jo-i]
B. E. "WALKER, rresident
'ALEX. LAlKIi, Gia«jJK4ca«er
Paid-up CapitaT, $10,005
Reserve Fund, -   51
President.
Mr. Bryan was' paid  $1,000 by
* »  ' " •**
,twp   phonograph   companies    to
1 talk samples of campaign oratory
into their wax rolls.
: v.-. .c
.Elbert Habb ard says that the
chewing tof gum, tobacco or paper
§s a jaw-exerciser should be elim-
'inated. Tlie world is pronouncing them" vulgar, unbusinesslike
'and dang-erou3.
St.   Josepli's   Convent.
'    * < 7 '"   '    *«,
SKUSOX, B. O. '
hoarding and Day School''conducted hy the Sisters of St.- Joseph, "Nelson,
B. , G. 4 Commercial, and business
courses*a specialty. Excellence and
•nvift 'progresa_ cbaracteaize each department. '"raVents , should write for
particulars: One, mouth assures the
public of the. ^thoroughness of the
Sisters'methods^ of'teaching.. Terms
conim^tice January, ^pril and Sept
Pupils are adiriitled duriai: term-    ' y
"    tor. *sale:   .  d
i -..-   ' ..**    --.''•■.,
i  1     <j
' For sale, ' valuable boarding
house property. Thirty- feet
frontage on Tavistock street,
iVIoyie, B. 0. The' buiiding consists of a two story frame house,
mansard roof, including sitting
room, dining'room, kitchen, pantry, store room and office and 11
'bedrooms. Building may tie inspected on" application . to ~&.
Campdell, Moyie. ' Tenders will
be received at the office of "W.  F.
Gurd, barrister,' Cranbrook, B. C.
up to August 1st." 1608.l '/     '
Tts cording r-ampaign m" the
Kootenay3 '"will be profusely
"marked with oratorical effusions. A.S. Goodeve, Smith Cur-
"jiig and Wm. Dickenson, are all
'••s jellbindjrs" of the first water.
Thif-'tle 'Brand   Creamery
Butter 3 .pounds for $1.00 ,
:.i. y    .-    r c, ■
' Golden    West • Creamery'
aud "Thistla"'-Brand    Dairy
.' . •   - .   , i *
Butter 25 cents per pound.
i    , ("' -r  '    "-y -,   •  ,
PT .BlIRMS dci; GO
'.-..MPYiE,:E.';.a7y ,
0. •. A:' RiE-NEAU,
, i <■ -
J,. BARBER.    ,'
Fir^t* Cbss Work,.
HOTEL   - KOOTENAY
Harvey,  .IMcCarter ■&
'.      ' Macdonald., "-
Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.
CranbrooK ,-> : * B. C.
W. F. gurd;
"- v - *■ -y   ~ -,;\r       y
CEANBROOK.
./    .0. HdDUNBA^R y -;
■    . -        , - .i .    .      ■, i.
Barrister, SoHcitor, Nqtary Public, Etc
'' :• - 6raiibrooi; B.C.
,',  , R. A. SMITH1
' r SUOKMA.^'En,
MOllrE,     '       ,    „   ''
STOP AT THE'
COSMOPOLITAN
Brandies throupout- Canada, and In the United States jand Era
* COUNTRY BUSINESS "^^ffSJ^S
bunking business.    Sales notes will be cashed or taken for cote
BANKING BY-BAIL ^'SSS.^^Jfa
this way with equal facility. ( -, <,       - |
i'RAl'BRDOK-:BpHCH.::;'■''  .,'y-_^,    8.T.BIIIW5J
'.'Cosmopolitan Hots
'* I f '     ' , r       '
''.'''      ' 'HARRY D1K0CK," PropTktcr.
, ' 7 .'
I*      ' ' 1 1 ' ,
'' Nearest Hotel io the St.DEiigenc mine
'*"',''' ,        i
'    Headquarters, for Miners,
BAtf SUPPLIED WlTI^BEaT BRANDS pF LKirOHS AKDC
.!'■*,',:!" '.w Rates $1.00"a'„day ,;ancl up.,,
' i C 1 > '       . , ' ^        * .'-, ■
-'    y ,,   y   . WUEN.'IJS t, ' "*'.', V
.     . CRANBROOK
- > ■    .1
■-'•"''   c       . ■ '        ...
E.,n. SMALT., Mouatjri-r.    ,
■   .,.     '    :\;y'>^.   ,        r. '   ,
GoodroomsJ good  tables aud bar
and   first'claaa sample rooms. ' ■
»,,*'*
•t^*'' '„
*,! /■: - J>* ^- W? *& H^'5 ."• -®^i •;
DR, E. B./BIILES/    . y
•■7 " . ^*f'y''"- -y -c ,'-'*■-'.'" "'   ',-
dran^r.opkj*?1* \,[" > - B,' ;0^
T. T. MoVIttic. C. E., P U S. II. t. ?i:t3r",  C
McVITTIE & PARKER,
Provincial Land Surveying
KAItWAY   &/MIXING    ENGIJTEEKINGi
Estimates Furnished,    '
Fort Steele P. p. Box.2?.   ,..     c
Cranbrook P. P. Box 11. ■     ,
Wm. Jewell^^r*.
* *     j   *       ■        k> -i*
* ■>        *   ■
Express andGener-
<ar y.pelivefyi'1 Busi-"
?ness. * Iii very- and ,
* .Feed, Stable. ,,; l
W0"0D:•^tN'i)^.C0At,
.*.;.*■• For 'saleJ-.-.;-;"
,' - ; *.. ;<* \ .'-r j!7(,s *'
■ .,' „;t;", '^'vueavc "Orders-at '">;. *, •*-
.r .' -    a. --.*  ,-:    .     '.*.*. <- '*-':.
CARPENTER WORK.
Texas has furnished the big
secretary of war a pair of trousers made from one ram. California, by cutting down one or two
of those big redwood trees, might
'make blm a 'chair.—Atlanta Gon-
gbitution.
*- ,^—w—w—
Small Debts Court.
All.parties desirous of havingi
any carpenter worjc * done "cannot
do better than communicate with
Wm. Bridges or"\Vm'. Meredith,'
Aldridge. Prices reasonable.
Work first class. Orders may be
left at Fitch's store. ""    ,
BU*' YOUit
aooo;
George H.-Thprnpsbri, d
' ,    , BizBIETKBi SOtrCITOK  „ ' ,
--       . ■       i *      1.       ', > '
'     '■      •  tnry Public, &c.     '      r -
CRANBROOK,       British Oolbsujia
INTERNATIONAL-
HOTEL.
This bote ,1 isnow under   new,
management* and is first class
" in every respect. e
B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.
*■ i
Victoria Street. MOYIE.
;"\ 7 /"   ty/. G Wynne's, Slore.j^'.'^' yd',
Moyie, ^ -"."/■ '-British* Columbia
*s v< «
1    *li-V-
i
4 i '
SEN05  Y.OUitJWORlt'TO'THE
T   KOOTENAY ',
?"STEA|$ *   5-     /'
, LAUNDRY.      ,
'"  *•   •      KELSON *
All White^Labor.
• - * *'
Laave work with the local agent,
,    A, B. STEWART:     .
Geo. R. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Our Work is  our  Advertisement
.  '        from:"''
A B. Stewart  &
^yiy-.--yn
mys-
ri!'--,' *..y....
d'j;;..'i -d
yy w.y:>t
i. ■■■.&■$■•,.
l l>
''f.:( '
-ISM
Elocfccral' District  of  Cranbrook.
*■        *(    -
Notice is hereby given that
SittiDgs of Che above -Court will
be held'ab the Government Building, Cranbrook, for the disposal
f case* every SYednesday, at two
o'clock P. M.; a"t Moyie every Saturday at the same hour;" and at
Marysville, Fort Steele and Warner on such days and dates as
may be appointed in the proceed^
'ings;\ '   d..'".'; ' -'   .   ,.,;
''   All di'bts and demands not  ex
cee'4|.p§ S1QQ 'cUn'be sued for ancl
rescjored in the  i*,bpve  mention
ecTcdurfc oh Summons  and  Judg
Vnent, Garnishee' (either   before o-
after    judgment) : or  on Installment Order wh;ch can be enforced
fry committment if necessary.''.'•;
'   Instructions for;proceedings'can
be  handed in  to  the   under men-'
tinned Clerk* of the Court, viz:-
•    F.   Ii.   Morris,  Deputy ^herill.
Cranbrook.
p,    G.  Ii uth,   Provincial   Con
stable,   Moyie,
or   to
JosephWalsh,  provincial  Corf
sfcabledFort Steelel
Dated this 2iind day of June,1908.
:y Ordar.
.JLn.
'pydaagai#£gag^'S^^
IIcaij   Oi.-i.-ici:
CUANBROOK
B.C.
Sio
LINOLEUM
CARPETS
V. S. Liddicoatt, Moyie, B. C.
Thinking of Spring
Fainting, Etc?
' THE^T   REMEMBER   /    |
B. ll. SHORT
■CRANBROOK, B. .C
" I3jx    ?3. iy :   .; - ■ '
Will send competent
mart, to paint, kalso-
mine or paper your
home.
W, R. BEATTY
Erhbalmor and Uudertakor,
iBia. :.  ■ cb.anbb.ook
When furnisliing your
liornc or hote-1 don't forgot wc can furnish you
promptly aijd corapleto.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN
PROMPT ATTENTION
Standard Furniture
O  F. DESAULNIER
t     '
DEALER  IN
'/    '    , ilSalTED.
" .- ' i *    '    .■' '."     .,'. •,*'■,   >   ;•' -   -
°        *     ' * .       ,   ><    ^
—>-••   " :i   P'F.'jOBJVSlOJf '
' - *    r
t , , f.
This Hotel is New and well Eurnislieij
,  Tables are Supplied with the m
-     MarKet affords. The Bar is Fillecj
d   the Best Brands of Liquors and
ii
V-      HEADQUARTERS .FOR COKMKRCWLJ
k AND MININO'MEK   "
|   MO-t'iB -        -       -'     l-   '. - -       '  JiniTisnfi
Company
B. G,
NELSON, y;-.?  ■:
. AC1NTS
Mason & Iiiych Piano Co.
O&ter'moor Mattress.
Globe-Wernick Office Furniture
GENTLEMEN—
If you \vant a  stylish,  up
to date tailor made  suit, call
and inspect our spring goods
before ordering elsewhere.
We guaratee  all
Our Work.
Cleaning,       "repairing ancl
pressing done.
Price3 Rig&t.
C A. FOOTE
Merchant Tailor.        ' ... ;
MOYIE, B. C
—THE-
l
Si!
jQia
DESADLNlUR   ' KKUS.    Topg.
Lar.'.e earn pie room in connection
with house for com more ial men. Be
of accommodations..
Heaclqunrters  for   Commercial und Mining Mon.
B^jjaBs,waMp----.'--M<-v
_0   YEARS*
XPERIENCE
F*  Trade Mahks
Designs
.... Copyrights Ac.
Anynnti Hnntllng n. rkol''li nnd description mnf
T»l..'ily iue«rtitin our opinion free whether iui
liiv'Kiition IB probnhly p*«teiitnblo. CoromunlCR.
lions Rtrlctly contlrtontlul. Ili.wlbnokon i'ntoutg
BDt.l f rno. OldOHt niteiifiy for uecurlnK nntotito.
I'atnnta taken Mu-ouvh Munn & Co. rocoi>C
tptcUU nudce, wltliout cliortce. In tho
Scientific Jftniricam
A hiuidsomoly lllnstrnlod weolcly. I.areoot clr
enlattoii of uny nclontllla Inurnal. Torraa, VI 0
year : four months, IL  B» a bynll noTsdcnlorn
"■"HM&Co.»!?wi*st.Netf*
PROMPT DELIVERY,
aueens' Ave.      MOYIE
MM
* 1 K f * 1 *
Summer    Excursion
Rates Esat, $60, 00
From Moyie to WiniupoK, Du-
Iutb, l(1ort William, St. Paul,
Sioux City.
Chicago   $7.'i ."30
St ^.ouia    'W.50
Now York ....108.50
Toronto ••••  »l-'10
Montreal ..,-.. •........ 1.05.00
Ottaw'ft'/ • • • • '-.- • '•'• • • • 1.05:00
St. Jobn.N.K,....;'.:.. d.J2p.0O
Halifax ........;...,, 131.20
SidneyyC. B.v..............1311:90
Tickets on sale Way 1 and 18,
June 5, 0, 10 and 20: .July 0, 7, 22
and 23;7August 0, 7, 21 and 22,
1908. First' class, round trip,
NINETY DAY LIMIT.
Routes—Tickets good via any
recognized routes'in one or both
directions. To destinations cast
of Chicago are £Ood via tho Great
Lukes. ;'   . /
For further information rates,
sleeping car reservation apply
O.-- E. McPHERSON, G. P. A.
Winnipeg, Man.
J. MOE, D. P. A.
Nelson. B. O,
,)K3gS*S**H**£E2b*^^
J."
Pi
v
3
i     a
rloyie  Jt>eer:
As  in.Klu by lho   present brcwrr'ia s-W'
UoBl Beer in East Kootenny. WiU* «1,c^'.
li c Pureal Kpring Wulcr it-is uncxcclli'J'c:'
lusi&t Qti hnviug.Moyie Beer,
Bottled and Draft Beer,
!I
y
iii
CHAS. INDERWIES, Hgi'.
r^aBUwaiBttaiBa8saaa»Jhw»
'roperty:. for -Saleg
d- 7. ■ -• '    y      .   .'., r*'- '■■'• Pi ^M
7-       IN ALL PARTS OF T.0«*tjM
iT-f
'^fltt^Z
r      ^?&1
'»-      ?&
f it;
y ■'. - .     ii > &
■ !       k    • 5-&"1
■-   i ■ ■:      7 '.■,■.       - *      "M
Insurance, 'Real . Estate, Collec t t 3^
MOYI^i

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