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 ��� t'i o *��/!. d iA"^  4t��S.  * uo��   *c.    .  nA  A-^^-^V'  v..  VOL. 9, NO, 8.  MOYIE, B. C   JUNE 2. KHKS.  $2 A YEAR  Latest Arrivals!  Men's   Soft   Summer  Paramata Shirts,  Men's Yachting Oxfords  and Knickers,  " Ydiiths and; Ghililrehs  Canvas Oxfords.  'A ' ,,   '.' /   /|0'  ^^ .' '  > A '   .     '  H^ve you seen :our Men's new  ���~- ail: wool- unshrinkable.     y,  summer Underwear?  WATER WAS  NEVEB SO LOW  No  Freshet   at  All  This   Year;  bm.sh_p.on -mm  They;l Complain   they  ,   are Unable to take  0 ' A .  . Out Logs.   ,  ���* haid"'aSk^ yourseK;V?iether you are  ,y.- M^f<^f��� *t!r     '��* ' "" ' -"���'���.*    A .  H��Vf>w Ar '���'"'. v V ��� w ,; >;'' v.    '..vMO7_.E_!-B��'C��  ^.NoWaJ&M  -'/I '..-,   ,-,     ���", K   i*-V   ,''    .      v  .      -  . ... -.       ^.1     .'       .-.I'^'-   I '"   ^-,1- ,U'I -    ���L t. - V      ,   ���-. - V^-.--- r( . I  , t V  ' The .water'in the lakea and rivers of  Hie Kootenaye was naver known to be  aa lew at tbia season of., the year, and  from present indications therd ,w'ill be  no bigl. water. A. T, Clark,'who' h&a  kept close cases for the past nine years,  says that the water'in Movie lake is at  ��A   , . . ��    '       - i't*.     -    ''  leait three feet lower than Mt  was at  this time last year. Tbe low water i.  working a hardship on the lumber  men who depend on the spring freah-  ets to lake out their, logs. .The Porto  Rico Lumber Co. have found it necessary to build a dam on Lamb.'cre'ek to  lake out tlieir logs. "The dam .is 400  feet long and will have a 16 foot bead.  It is.being built near the forks of .the  little and big Lamb creeks. It was  the intention of the company to have  tho mill running by this time, but tbe  low water will cause them an unavoidable d-day." NearlVAevery ��� other sawmill in the district* w similarity affected,      ���' _2 ���'���*    *  y        i ���'  The, Black-MacKay Co.  - * _.-...  A ��� - ? '        < .  .Chas. A. MacKay, of( the Black-Mao-  Kay Mining.Co., has~purchas'edulota 7  and 8 in block l.in the Lake Bhoro addition from J.*C.\Drewry. These lots  lie in close proximity to lhe site of'the  proposed-shaft. and e^wAlehouse' and  .office willbe orectcJon them at once;  FOB.'D0MIBI0N DAY; '  Ii isalmosta certainty that Moyie,  will celebrate / Dominion Day. Tins  was practically decided at. a meeting  held in Mcgregor,, hall last night. It  was a fairly representative meeting  and.the general opinion was that  Moyie should obserVb the day. - With  this in view a temporary orgrmzalion  was affected. A. P. Macdonald was  elected president and E. A. Hill secretary, aud V', Des-'uluier,.. Ron Riley  and Andrew'Johnston wero elected  as a committee to .canvass tGo town  and solicit, funds. This committoe  will meet in McGregor bull next Mot_dav  evening at 8:30 o'clock and report to  the public meeting, which' will then be  held. A9 July 1st falls on Sunday,  Moyie will celebrate either on Saturday or Monday, One of the features  Tor the day willrbe'some public apeak-'  ing, and it is eaidthat the miners will  make an effort to have J.' H. Ilaw-  toruthwaite, the Socoalist member in  the provincial house, here for the  occasion, j   ' ���''        ' ��� ���'  GENERAL NEWS; NOTES.  W  OF- M. IS  IN SESSiO,  Nearly    i50 , Dele-  gates Present.  WILLLiHS -WIHLDS GAYEL  Michael Davitt is dead.  New street   cars  for  Winnipeg  are  being built at Turontciy '.,       ' . '"  1 Hotel Kootenay  iX . xt _ ^ ���** *��  ^ The' "Best of accommodations *    .. f  .-for the Traveling PuDlic'    '      |  Large and Commodious Sampl^Bo'oros. ', ^     Billiard Booms.  y      McMAHON BROS, Proprietors.  .��� .New Machine Shop. \  A building 31x10 is being ,* erected  near the blacksmith shop at ,_tbe .St.  JEugene mill.' The building will be  used as a machine shop, and as soon  as it is completed an iron and' wood  lathe, a bolt cutting machine, a cutoff  .saw and other machinery will be in-  at_illcd. '      ��    ���  Hurt in Mine;  There is a shasp demand for the Ram -  bier stock in Spokane.- "'   ; t   '  . Kails are being laid oii tho Kootenay Central'at the ctolden end of tho  line.   'i     i     ,   ;'   '' A '  ' A  <���       , I.  i_        (    . t���  the  Iudurtrial VVorkera  is  to  be  oriuuiz.d  in  A union of  of the. World  Moyie. , -    -^ '  Fairbanks, Alasku'd Eldorado, baa  been wiped out by fire.. Tht. lo_.i_ -will  reach several millions.      ,   *A >        A  It Is Agreed That Moy-  ��er and Haywood Be  ' Reelected.  . Ncarly_]50 delegates wore in attendance atuliu opening*-, session1- of , tbe  13th annual,convention, of ther West-;  orn Federation of Miners, which us-  s.mbUd'at iDenvf-r, C..J rti-lo, Men-  day aud ninny < ffr'tliein 'hold proxies from unions' whicli   have' sent ,no"  '��� - ; ' J       ' '* i        ' '       '  delegates. ���  '      ,        "        '-   '  ' ' J'. C, Williim-* of Gruss-Valley, CaU,  acling'   pre.ideul   of- the ' foJfraiion  called   tbe, convantion   to  order.   In  many respects this is the most 'important co'nyention  since   tho   federation  was organized al,Butte, 13 years ago.  , It is tactily agreed amono: ihe rn.m-  ber'a'thaUCbarlcs Jlr ,Moyer, president,'  ,and William   D.   HayWood,  secretary  aud treasurer, who are in,prison in Id  aho/awaiting" trial  on   the  charge  of  complicity in tbo aasussinfttion of  former Governor Sleuueuberg/will be1 reelected.    No other cnndida.es   for .the  offices haye been   mentioned   and   the  elestiou of Moyor and Haywood is -expected to be made, unanimous.  PUT THIS  r,H0E 0^1  IN' JUNE,  And, Wear   it   All,  ��� Summer Long.  ���&   XX ��� ���'���'  You will then experience  tbo prrlect shoe saiiufaotiun  afforded by b pair of W��lk-  iver Oxford*-  ' For   an  every   day   shoe      this Oxford   is   a  combination of Sumiiij-r com foil an'-1 cx"lusiv��j iMjle.    Wo havo just opened  up another hundred paiis of thii .__..kt*, all made on   the latest and  moat artistic katd.                         ��� ,, >  ^ehern  * ..,��� AND��� .   '  aedonald.  mi^'^^ft^ia^^^j^iiJEm^ass  SS9/.  LOCAL  NEWS.  Three-fourths of the area of Japan  is mountainous and less than 16 per  ceat is under cultivation. '���"*  ' Th'e Spokane Interstate Fair will bo  held this year from September 2-lth to  October .6ih,n'in"olufei'voA       '    ,     ���-"?'  r-cTB-CAeoRSETS.  THE   LEADING  'We have eccurcd these corsets for  Moyie, and would, like to have the  lttdi���.' opinion of them. We have  them in stylea and sises to^fit all  figuroa at pricea ranging from ��aots to  $2.50.  Let ua show them to you.  A. HILL,  LADIES' AND MEN^FUBNISHEE  Iniperial Bank of  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  Bank deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or jot.  ..     .ilbtereat   allowed at  current   rat��   and   com  pounded twice,a,yea>-.  OBANBEOOK BRANCH.  J, F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  *-*^^^^__t&J^^_-_x^t!V.-c2t^/^^ ****-*  ��_rf��-i2*' J^*  - '    '       , , ,-".',     i'. I! \  The 'Spokane it International has  put in throe sidings tetween , Bonnors  Ferry aud the International line.'  t The I_o Koi showed a gross profit of  $13,000 in A_pril, aud has made' a good  profit every month since the beginning  cf the year. ' L  **-  Several carpenters whe   were   working on the Canadian smelter at  Frank  have been discharged   for  refusing  to  work on Sunday.    , 'A  -  W. A. J-rown, a miner, while working at the St. Eugeno last night had  his leg broken and waa otherwiae injured, but not seriously. He will bo  tiken to tbe hospital today.  ' G-qod Attraction ,,Coining.  1 MiRS Nannio .Stracban and Gavin  Spenoe, tho celebrated Scotch entei-  tHi'neis, will be in Moyie'on June 22nd  and will appear at 'JE -glc hall 'under  tho _ auspi.cea of-the ( Presbyterian'  ohurcbA, Thoy will give "Scotland in  Song and'Story."  'Hello! Yahk."  Si      DON'T GET   CAUGHT  without enough tackle when you   go  fishing.     The best  fisherman  alwaya  takes plenty along. cIf you  like fishing  COME HERE FOR YOUR TACKLE.  We hvue everything that's any good,  nothing that is worthless. We can  fit you out with a splendid and complete rig for very llttlo money. And it  will catch fish, too. Ther's no hoodoo  on our tackle.  The Moyie Drug^  and Stationery to.  0 ''  The jury in the train robbery case  at Kainloops were unable to reach,an  agreement, standing seven for conviction ,and five for acquital. Another  jury was selected and a now trial is in  progress.        ,  ._  Harry L. Day has purchased a sixty-  fourth in the Hercules raino in- the  Coeur d'Alnes in addition to" the interests be alroady held in the property.  The interest is known as tho II, F.  Samuels interest.  1 Tbe Cranbrook Electric Light Co. is  o.-Lending its telepohne liue from  Moyie to Yahk, a distance ot about 20  miles. Dining tlio pnst week Maurice  Quain, tho electrician, was laying out  tbe line, and work has already been  commenced from'J the Yahk ond. It  is 8iiid that the liue will eventually be  extended to Bonncrs Ferry  along   the  Corbin road.  The college etudonta at Pullman,  Wash,, rotten egged a atreot fakir the  other night. Ho was selling obscono  picturea. Ono of these was a piece on  of papar and tho man instructed the  purchaser to "soak it in vinegar and  it would bring out a picture of 'Adam  and Eve without a lig loaf in 1000  miles."       |   The Two Lecturers',  Prof. Newton met with hard luck in  Moyie. When he came out on tho  platform to lecturo there wore only  two "live" pcoplo in the hall. Ho  made tho beat of it, however, and invited all the children in and gave  Ihetn a very interesting talk. Mrs.  Stofford of tbe W. C. T. U. lectured  tbo same evening In McGregor hall  and drew tbo larger, audience.  A new line of jewelry in tbe most  up to date dcaiRns. When in  Cranbrook ca'l m and see for  yourself. .We'll'be glad to give  you our prices whether you buy  or not.  W. H,  Jeweler.  WILSON,  CRANBROOK, B. C  How to Break   Up a Cold.    ,  A It may be a surprise to many to  learn that a severe cold can be completely broken up in one Or two dny's-  lime. Tbe first symptoms of .'a, cold  are a dry, loud cough, a profuse watery  diacbargf* from tbe uose, and a thin,  wliito coating on tho tongue. When  Chamberlain's cough remedy is taken  every.hour ou the first appearance of  these symptoms, it counteracts the  i.flect of the cold aud , restores tin"  system to a healthy condition with io  a d*y or t vo, For sale by tho Moyie  Dru^y? Stationery Cv,  Cranbrook Licence District,  The ' half yearly mooting of the  Board of Licence Commissioners,  Cranbrojk Licenoo District, will be  hold at the Qpurt House, Cranbrook,  B.C., on Friday, Juno 15th, 1906, at  10 o'clock in the forenoon, when tho  following applications will como before the Board:  Frank Clapp, Yahk Hotel, Yahk.  C. J. Armstrong,   transfer   to  B. J.  Riley, International Hotel, Moyie.  Philip  F. Johnston,   Moyio  Hotel,  Movie.  . Alberdt   StcphenBOn,  Cosmopolitan  Hotel, Moyie.  Frank J. McMahon, Kootenay   Ho-  tol, Moyie.  J. A.   Goupill,   Manhattan    Hotel,  Moyio.  Thos  D. Cavou, Royal   Hotel,  Spa-  kano Junction.  John     Swinorton,     Roynl     Hotel,  Kingsg-itc.  F. R.   MORRIS,  Chief Licence fospoclor,   Cmnbrook  District,  la Your Watch  Going Satisfactory P  do   not   because  run TOO LONG  , Many watches  they aro allowed to  without cleaning.  Save Your Watch and money  by sending it to ua,,where it will; receive proper treatmont.,  Mr.  agent.  E. A. Hill   of   Moyie  is  our  W. F. TATE & SDSTy  (��� Jewelers and   Graduato Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B.;-C.A  OlGoial Watch Inspector for C. P.  R.  Crow's Ne-udPass Division.  ' Jim Buxton is down   from ."Marys-  ville. , ,  .   ���      A,     '*��� r '.''.���  Mine Inspector Thos"Mo��g(in   is iu  town. ' y '��� ,' ' '  .  '     ' <        (  Eugeno Etter is employed in-a sawmill at.Fernie.    '        '   .'  ti'   i ..i ' '  G. T. McGregor ( waa in  Cranbrook  Thursday,'        .    < "        =  . ' Jack Walsh is in Cranbrook and has  gone railroading.       ��� ��  P. II. Attwood and wife returned to  Spokane Wednesday.'  'Frank Johnston an'd V..  Desauluier  were.in Cranbrook- Monday.  ,,'���.. ' -  , Sam Potter and wifo woro in  Cranbrook Thursday.     ',. .  % _   A      * tt ���      - ,j    -  t Rev. D. M^Perley ' teft ; Monday for  Toronto, w'aere he v. ill enter" colh-go.  ' * John;Kay and ^ym. .Lucas will soon  hrvo their launches ready for bueinosa.  '-   - t ' '  W-G., Snyder of Guolph, Out., is  now ruuning W. R. Stone's barber  shnp.f  ' J.'C. Drewry was in town Tuesday,  but left the following day for Ross-  land. ' ' .  John Dddy, chief accountant at tho  St. Eugeno office, is taking a' short  layoff and is in Spokane.  ~ Joe Goupill and Jack Mooro wero  out iu tho hills east of bete prospecting and looking for timber,  Tho L tke Shore hotol was broken  into one night last week-and about .*t"10  worth of liquors were stob-n.  W. R. Stone is laid up in Spokane  with a broken collar bone. He met  wi.h an accident while riding a bik..  Mrs. Clus. Klinton .mUh of E'.kb is  in the Cranbrook hospit-iland recently  underwuul an operation She is-now  recovering r.ij idly.  E. G. G.vynno has boon ' mad . local  agrnt for G.iuong Bros , tuuniifaclures  of the fuinous G B. chocolulea' and  ijlhur tiuo uouuclionery.  A good nli>-tidauco is dcsirod at. tho  mooting of Ibp F,iglcs to bo held  next Wednocduy evuniug. There will  be pn initiation.  P T. Hinylh is b'V,iii|? n v.cll '*firt.rd  rest end is tni.ing u :np ibrounii pusL-  ern Washington and tho Uo.-ur  d'Aloocs.  Tho oleclton of nlliffiai for St. Kii-  geni) Lodgo N'o. 37, K. of P.. will tie  held at their regular nu-oiing i\< xt  Thursday evening, Jiiiih Til..  D. J. Elm<*r r^turiud Thurad.iy  lrom an pxlenircl trip to ea��t-'rn C-in-  ada. Ho virtit��'d hii old Juimo at  Kingston, where bis father is now living.  There was a dance at the Lake Shore  hotel last night, given by Mr. Williaru-  aonA There W<a a , good crowd of  young folks and' thoy enjoyed themselves thoroughly. .  Mrs. Foote, Jliss McK��y, MiBB  Siepbon8oj., Mrs. J. Attwood nn d Mr.  and Mrs. P. H. Attwood i��Dd Tbbs.  Cameron took advantage of the  delayed westbound train laat Tueaday  and  spent sev<r_il hours in Cranbrook.  F.or-.aale���Two washing mi-chineK,  two wringer*, one icecream freezer and  50 feet of hose.    Apply at this office.  Take your cleaning and repairing  to C, A. Fop.te, tbe tailor.  ���   vMETAL   MARKET.    , ���^  New   YoaK-fBar silver,    68 o��oili  Load, $5.15." Zlno (spelter. ?5.90.,'  '  London���Load, ��1G15��.   ���,  ��� Another Gun Man.. / ���  '.       'l   ''  ���"-��� ,    .     ;        '  For some time a man by  the  name  of Michael .Nolan hag beon \terrorizing,  tUe people   in   the   vicinity   of   Yahk.    '  Tho man appeared to bo mon tally un-r'  balanced.    He   carried     n.   gun  and  throalened tbo Jives olsevor.vl persona.  Yesterday .Constable Routh   of   Moyie  and Constable Dow  of 'Wardnor went. '  down and, with "tho'assistance of  some,  other'men, cuptured   tho   fellow,  but M  not until after he was'shot in   the   leg  apd   woi'mdod,    Nolan " was   sighted.'  near tha boundary line,   ami when   be'  was ordered to  surrender -he   drew   a'  gun and atarted for his enptors. ' The   .,  oonat.iolca'ehot in tho^air   firat,- but  Nolnu paid   no Aattentson^ to . them.  Then ,v shot   was   fired   at   hia.legt,,  which brought him   to u titno.  ^Nolan-  was placed on a handcar and , broui��hi'  io Yahk, and   Dr.  Harvio, waa" iuiu-  irioned and went  dowu   on   tho ��� west  bound train and   drested   the,  wound.  It is only a  fle.h   wound  and  unit's*,  complications ariso -is not' dangerous,.  The man was taken lo tho  Cranbrook ���  hospital,  ��� Entrance Examination.  The High School cntranco examtn->-  ation for this .district   will  commence  in Cranbrook ou   Monday,  Juno 4th,  a! H ii. m.    Three  candidates   will  g.o,  from nere, Arthur Crowe, Arthur Lut-  ncr aud Martha  Koaney.   Na candidates have ever before gone   from  the--  Moyie Bchool, a fact emphasized by'tha  school inspector   in   his   last   report  Tho examination   is  a'   vary  difficult,  one, and it will bo n credit to tho towu  if any of  our candidates pass.   Thud  the exeminatioa   is   difficult ia  mado-  cl'-ar by tbe fact that, of twaive candidates sent up Ust lime by Craubrook,'  not one pausod.  I, 0^ 0. F. Election.    '  Tho regulftr-80nii-nnnual election of  ofQcers for VVildoy Ijodgo No. 44 waa  he'd last, Tuesday. Following is tha  list:  R. T. Howard���Noble G-and;  A. M.icl-dtrl.ino���Vice-Grand ;  F J. Hniyth���rVimanent Secr'y;  H. Ctraoron���Treasurer?  The instnllation of officers will tak��  place at the firt-t regular meeting in  July, at whl'-h liin" tbo appointed  ottlc b will aMo bs tilled.  It T. Uib    Vmy u��it   Hwin^iity fjr    It -wel  Xniuljlf, '  Mr. M. F Borroui<i)s. a-i ol.l .vnd.  well-kubwri resident of Buifftoi), lid.,  says: ������! rl'ganl...Cbiirhb'erl��*ia*b C'lie,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Ruraedy aa tin  very best reiji-dv for liowel ��� tioubl-j.  I make this, sttH.enient after haviu{j  used Itbti reineil.v ia my tam ly foe*  several y*ar... f am never >vithoub  it:" This remedy is almost sura .to bai,  needed before the summer .is '-'oven,'���  Why not. ^uy it now and be prepiereil  for such an emernenf--.. F"r sale by  ���tno Moy o Druk' A Stationer) (,'u.  Red Wheat Whiuktsyd, n_'ai_.l.iiu<;  new. Si'ld by A. C, By^nG*1 W .j!j-;  sale liquor dealer, CrauorJ-ri_.  s*   ,  ..     i _ i  ���;. il  .**'   " Ji  '   *-_,?���?* I  rJ.    -A-   I'    ���  > , .    _.   r*_i H  ' ���    r 1  '"   'ill  A'AU  , ' " -iiV      ��� -i I  -A.  ������i.i  ���^1  .'.-Jl-lWV.lVU.i-.: r *.*"  _��  'S*.  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA-  i u7_  Sir lit  ..   i  _    _?;  in., -jr?  Al'!^  V     !,_';,A��.  ' >, ft: "���'��� *���'  *__*��� J-.. r'*_rrf  [ Linked by Fate!  h  *    , BY CHARLES GARVICB  Author of "The Verdict of the Heart," "A Heritage  '"' of Hate/' "Nell of Shorne Mills," "Patd  CARE OF THE  DAIRY  CALF.  For," ^A Modern Juliet," Etc  * **        ��^j ���  fc+J ��� . TH TO . H M M M ��� + ++-M M ��� ��� M + HTffTfTrt V  *tf,*na*,��'**'v��-  f��;f*;f,",i'*  .-?'f-l��--!S'*|  (m  ���&*��*?���  -1.-(. ��� -. ,t .  '_.-     <*....   I  i"!._  J  .  J  n  ���  _*-  _  xi  1  i  .���  -.  i'  .  1 j"  ,_  !���-.  ><  ~)  H.  1  >      (Continued from last week.)  ,  '-sor, il is gold!" sne said, her'face  '   flushing,  her  eyes glowing. t  I.ut vSiilctiinbe's face- grew ' pale,  nnd, laving the quart-/ down, he drew  back.    ' -  , "I���I congratulate you,. Ahss  Wood,", he paid���not "liceuna.*' ns  be bud of la1-"'' "-lipped into calling  her. "If���if there is much of ihvs .you  A'���you  must  be Very rich!"  "I!" slip said. "Ah, yes, 1 suppose  i so; but���but it was not' for jnyself  ���" She Mopped, for his face had  grown hot. arid his eyes flashed!- almost resentfully. Viviennc bud her  bund   upon  bis  arm  imploringly.  "Wait,   wait   till   sho    has   hnished,'.'  Sut.oml.e," she whispered      <  ,   Njna lool.od from onp to the other  .and,  .comprehending,   colored'   almost  as hotly as  Sutcombe,       *���' '  "No,' no!" she said. "I���I was not  going- to oflor you  those., Indeed they  '' are   not    mino'1,���she    paused���"onlj '  "   half of it is' mine. But .there is plenty  more:  lhy father said the island  was  nn  Eldorado'; and   the gold is yours,  .   any one's who comes and'likes to dig  for it. Indeed, one- need-not djg very  much.'for  it'hes  irfUhe  beds   of'tho  '���" streamsr     and    in    streams  , in      tbo  .  rocks���", , ' '' '  Sutcombe  gazed^at her  in    amazement- too,great ion words. ,  ', "And-y-and .no.one knows    of     this  ��� but you'!" he exclaimed at last.'  ,.     "iVo one but 3���and ono other,    the  '. ���the person'to .whom half of the gold  ,   belongs. '���',.       ,.,'              '  * TTc    wiped   his  brow,' for " to " tho'  least .li'iei-conary of men the    presence  ,    of a vast quant ii v  of gdld, with pro-  spective possession,  is rather    a discomposing  fact,   one not  to  be'   con-  ',   templatcd without a thrill.   ',  ',    '"And   he*"'*   he   asked,   breathlessly.  ., "Where is he?., Why'iv.hc not here'.'"  - The color deft her face and her lids  drooped. (  ������I  do not  know"' she gnid     in  'a  low  voice.   "ITc���he may  bo. dead'" .  "j-Ho    did    not "escape"  with you'.'"  ask'ed f^ut combe '    *    ' ,"   <  She made a inovonlent of her hand,  as if the'tjuestion, the subject, pain-,  ed her. ' >   ,i  "Ko���[Aeft luin herc.,1���ah/do not  (isk me any more!"  , Vivienne leaned forward and touched her hand. ,j''No, no*, 'dear, we will  Aiot! Oh, do you think we do not  A ,understand!' To be wiecked here on  this lonely, place! ATo have suffered,  as you must have' suffered���no,' not  a'w.ord more shall be spoken, dear  I.ccima1*       ��� ' ,  Sutconibe   leaned   against   i the .log  wall  of, the hut,  his arms folded, his  .���   eyes fix.d, not.on  the gold, dbut on  the floor.    ,    ' m   , ''     ,A  nv"Aiid it ,was for us,  for .'us ,  that  ����� you, have'"woi;n .yourself to a shadow  with aii-vioty*-anil'hoj.c deferred,"    he  ' <,aui.      '"I'licxl, we  in'ight     have     this  , gold���*'     ' '    c ,'   <     ',     i.'  "Why not?" she broke in       "Would  you  not have done the same for mc,  for   any      friend'.'      And    what    true  li.iends you  have  been to  me!       And  ���   what,  is- the use of it if iU cannot be  put ,to such  good service''"'   s,   ca_        r  (     '   ''And  yon   never   thought  of     your-  ,    self?"   he said,   very  quietly.      "You  were not rich���"  "Very pool, indeed," she said  with   a.  laugh  "And you ncvci thought of finding  this island, this Eldorado, for your  own benefit *"  "iSTo," shc said simply; "what  , should I have done with it.' "What is  the use of money when���" She paused. "Hesidos J was lucky so soon. 1  thou'ght so jnuth' of my work, of my  play, that if the gold had been lying  on JTmupstead Heath instead of on a  mysterious island in the wide ocean,  I "don't think* r should have troubled  to take the train for it " Sho sighed, then, with a winning smile, she  went up to him and touched his  sleeve "Lord Sutcombe, you won't  let .scruples interieie, you won't���  ,ui._kc dilliculties?"  He lonijod to take the hand that  touched In in so pleadingly, to draw  her outside and say, "I will take the  gold you offer me so generously if  you will be still more generous and  give me that which 1 valus beyond  all the gold in the world���yoursell1"  But'bo knew, though he could not  have told bow he knew, that this  was of all moments the woist ' for  such a. question, of al! places, this  the   least   f.ivoi able  "..Nt.y he sa.il, diawufg in a long  breiith. "I'm not so chin lish���so fool-  I'l-h i am still too uma/od���at piesent, it all seetii'- like i. story out ot  an advenluie book���to quite nali/c  it, but���I iu c.'jil your geneiQU. oiler.  Ii the gold is hei e lor the finding���  veil, \ ivionne and jou shall bo  i nil  '���_."-'' said VuM'tuie -.-.llli womanly iiiniiitifj "1 a<<e[it unreservedly.  1 'lave hatPil tlie thought ol* being  pool' \\li\. tliiul. oi it' We should  have had to vll the An.'! at M-l-  lioiuii'', h.'i\e b, en obliged to ro in  for fin miiig. or s..iii.*lliLug of that  kind oi Si-tiLd in sonie stuff\ town  on the tJontinint And now we can  keoji the ileal old \adit, and \\c can  all go bark to 1-higland���and ;. on  can buy haik Soutliei v. ood, Sul-  coisiO"���1 told -Win hyw it passed  li om 'I*-, iK-riina' And 1 ran fiet  t !)'>=���<��� pearls I wanted, and���oh,  what ��� will . you do -.with, all your  money,"you millionairess'.'" she broke  ofi', drawing INina to her and huggingl  her. V  ���   .: .���-���������  jS'ina .tried to'.smile-., ��� Wliat,'indecd?  The uselessness.tif the gold mocked  her at tliat moment as it hud.mocked her the day it had , been.'' found.  -'TlK-re was only one thing she wanted, arid it is the one thing no money  can buy���I'.orgetfulhess! But she  strove to dispel tnev black shadow  from .her mind.  "Oh, I'll found a National Theatre  ���for 'the (performance of artistic  dramas���liy ''Herbert Wood!' " she  said. "But nftw hit us be -practical,'  as Polly would say. 'J'his is. a dan-j  geroiis secret, L.jrd ��*5uteombc. . You'  ' know now why .1 thought it better  that we should land alcine?"  lie nodded!        ' -   ,���  "l^et nie think!" He took out bis  pipe. . "IMny 1? Thanks! Yes, the  the men mustn't In ml here, at any  rate; the.v must not come further into tho island than necessary. We  int. .water���" . , '  iVTIu-re is plenty near the beach!"  (I   Nina., .still.ini:  a  si^-h;   btu-k  came  trie times wnen sue waiKca ri-uin tin*  Streajn with the can in hei hand, and  Vane coming to meet her to taJ.e it  from .her!  "Quite so. They shall get what  they want, and Barnes shall take the  Ariel ou a cruise,1 leaving us here.'  There arc  enough  provisions���*'  'And thenj aro fish and duck, and  ttutles in plenty," said'poor Nina',  trying to smile. '   ,  Vivienne clapped'' her hands , and  nodded gleefully, though all the'time  she was .."vatching' Nma^from the corner of .her gentle eyes. .'Why, it will  be like 'd, pique, a real picnic! Even  if there had ,not- been' all this wonderful .gold; it would have been  worth all the trouble���ah, but not  your anxiety, dear!���just to see so  lx'autiful and romantic a place. ItMs  like a Fairy Isle!",'  '"   \ '  Nina turned away^swiftly; the name  was like a stab.  ,  They  talked  over Sutcombe's'plan?'  and  presently  ho   went  down   to ' the  beach, signalled the, byat and sent it,  off for'rugs,  bedding and pr-iyssfons;  and when these were brought he went  aboard,    told'Barnes   they,   intended  picnicking  on  the  island,   and   ordered him to take tbo Ariel on.a cruise  an-d pick them up-'in a week's 'tunc. ^ .  ,Whi*n  h<} came  back  ho  lound  that'  the  two   women  had  abeady started  the     pifcnic'    Nina's     hut    bad   been  transformed   into    quite a  snug' and  comfortable   bower   with   the   aid    ofi  the   rugs�� and    other  things   brought  from   the   yacht,   and 'jS'iiia,- Vivienne  told,   him,   was   .down     at  the   ,old  "saloon"  getting .tea.        / ',. "  ''it's the most' wonderful, A tho  most bewitching place, Sutcombe,"  Vivienne'said,Iroin the; cosy nest, in-  which :Niria had bestowed her. "The  'sa.lo.6n* is the largo hut where tha  men "lived. _ We have arranged that  you, are to sleep in a c6rner of it���  for the other hut is not so comfortable, Decima'sa.AS. Shc thinks of  everything; indeed, she is as wonderful as the island! T'tell her she is  the fairy of tho enchanted spot," and  that presently' she will' wave her  hand and we shall wake up. to., find  we arc on board the, ,'Ariel and that  we .have been' asleep, and dreaming.  Have you looked at those lumps of  fgold again,'Sutcombe? Are .you sine  they won't turn into 'chunks' of just  commop rock'', Can,you realize" yet  this  good  fortune  of ours?"  "No;" he said. "I can only realize-  that she has made us rich-again,  that��� I'll go and see if I can- help  her."    - ������     * '.i1'  "iS'lien ho. went (down, to the saloon,  .carrying some' provisions with him,  Nina was "sitting over ahe fire shc.had  made, her ,hc��d resting -on h&r, hands,  her- tycs fi,\cd dreamily ahd sa$lly on  "the blaze' iler \\ hole, pose remiriclod  him. of "Milla's", exquisite "Cinderella," and he stopped and looked down  at her for a moment with-his heart's  longing in his frank blue eyes; and-  tho lbnging slid into a yearning 'to  pierce the1 secret of the ,sad Maec-that  she, tuinecl to him, sad though she  smiled  and  said,   brightly  enough:  "Jl is nearly boiling.' l'lave you  brought the tea? , ,lt is past l_ady  N lVK-nne's time, you know."  "Yes, here's tbo tea," he said.  "But 1 was not thinking of Vivienne,  Pet min, but of you How .could 1  think ol any one t-lse at such a moment' To speak ol thanks"���be made  a gef-ture of de'spau���"but if you  knew  how full  my   heart   is���"  "Don't"' she said, quickly, and  with a touch of leproach. "Have 1  ei. en tried to tharik j on both lor all  .\ oui goodness to me'' Be us generous!" She laughed up at him  thi ough the thin veil of sadness.  ."There! It is boiling at last. The  teapot1 Thanks. Now, if you'll car-  i.V  the  kettle���"  She gave him no, time for more  words, but talked quickly'and brightly as'she led the way back to the  ladieV hut. I lei eflort at cheerlulnuss  did not end heie, and proved success-  lul, for, notwithstanding the shadow  oi the past winch hung over her, the  lact' that she had Ijeon able/lo be-  Uictlcl these two who had tie.___ 'so  good  to her uplnted her.  ' W'e .hall have to work hard," she  said, as she poured out the tea, "for  a  week is not u   loi.g time "  "We can send the Ariel away  again, or we call come back, now  that we know the w,i.\ heie, / said  Sutfoinbe engei ly, for the thought  that they llnce weie,alone on tins  island, that lie should see her neai ly  i_.t'i\ I ii hi t ol tbe day was a secret  jo\ lo him; but .Nina did not respond  ' .on will soon tne of the solitude." she said in a low voice.' "'l'o-  moiiow I will lake vou were we���1���  saw sonic ol tlif- gold. 'Iheie is a  sjmiIi- ���she winced as the scene of  1 he banal <if her father and poor  l-leining i ose betoie her���"and some  othei looks we brought from the  Hiitk, and while you aie getting the  gold,   I  will  go and  li.sh."  ���"\ou lish1 Why, how did you  learn,       who     taught     jou?"      ci led  Vl\ lejuil"  "I ��� I���ha.e watched���people fishing."   *-.iid   -Nina.  \;vi<-niie looked round wondering-  ly. - "Oh, it's just a dream; as "1  say!" she laughed. "Think of , it,  Deeinia! Here are you and we two  sitting here, on this remote island,  just we three on this fairy isle, and  far away in giddy L,ondon, with its  electric i lights and its ceaseless  Crowds, fare our friends, the people  we l<now, leading the same .old  dreary, monotonous lives, in. the  same old, smoky air. Why, Bvcimu,  do you realize tliat the.v are just at  this moment���or is the tin'ie different?,  ���thronging, to the Alonms to see the.  latest .successful play? If they could  only  see  the author!"  They busied tlieniselves with - the  necessary work of this most-realistic-'  picnic until nearly.,nightfall, and at  last Vivienne.. suddenly growing tired  with the excitement, was .persuaded,  by. Xjnu   In   i'o   to   bed.  (To  be  Continued.)  Sir'Arthur'Nicolson,'. the  chiof  representative   of   the  British     mission  at  the   Morocco   conference,   will   receive   the   Knight  Grand Cross of St. I  Michael and St. George, I  tfetltod   Employed  at   Minnesota Experiment   Station. .'  The following; method of caring for  calves is in use at the Mmnesota experiment station dairy burn and seems to  give   tbe    most , satisfactory    results,  writes P. D. S. in Northwestern Agri-  . culturist.   After the calf has run with  his mother two or three days and has  been put in good order by her colostrum  milk be should be taken away and shut  up iu a very small pen, a partition off  from tbe large calf pen, go that be cannot suck the other calves* ears, wb;ch  Is a very objectionable practice to' allow Jn a bunch of calves.  , Now, right at this' stage comes a v.ery  critical time for the calf.* White scours  only too often attack him at this period,  and often,  too, be hi laid low by. calf  .cholera.  Now is tbe time to give a preventive.   Take about'a  pintbottle of  .milk at tbe tempeniturfeof OS" degrees  F.y no, cooler, and put in it a teaspoon-  ful of any of tbe good-creosote" .dis.iu-  . feetatit compounds'for sale in tbe"niar-  bet ,'J'his, of course, is a germicide and  .will'kill the germs of tbe cholera iu tbe  'itoniacli of tb'e calf. .1 know this to be  i good remedy and If given will :<_ten  sine a calf's life. / ���-      '  i'b  The next thing the calf must do Is^t'o  learn to drink out of a pail. This often  takes time aud.patipnce. Be free with  both, as' a little dairy .calf three daj-s  old is pretty ��� tender, and must, be bandied carefully. Flist of all,, you must  have that whole ,milk,at the temperature of tbe^mother's body.^about OS degrees! The cause of (be most of the  scours in calves is feeding 'cool milk.  Dip llie -finger in the milk nnd'-tlien'let  tbe calf suck it off once or twice; meanwhile drawing hi-* bead 'In, this way-  closer and closer to tbe pail until  FRESH   VEGETABLES.  THE PLANET  MERCURY.  Tfaey  Should. Be   Freely  Used   In  the  I Early iprimr.  It is believed by vegetarians that a  purely vegetable diet makes people  amiable, good natured, generous, developing the finer cbaiacteristics of tbe  user, and that excessive meat caters  become the opposite.  Whether, this be true or not,' fresh  vegetable^ are appreciated In the early  'spring. They are an essential-change  from 'the heavy winter viands and  should form the 'greater part of our  daily menus. , ,    '  Almost every vegetable has Its particular use in the human system, and  nature provides sufficient variety to  keep us in fine bodily condition if *we  ���will live In accordance with her laws  and not abuse( her gifts. , , ������ , -  Tomatoes act directly on the liver.  Onions, garlic, leets, shallots, chives,  stimulate tbe circulation, Increase tlie  saliva and gastric juices and promote  digestion. ' i   ,  Tears, 'beans and lentils, called also  legumes, are among tlie most nutritious'of vegetables, contalning-as much  carbon as' wheat and more muscle  forming food. ;        "  Lettuce and celery both have a good  effect upon the nerves. 'The former  Is soothing and the latter a tonic.  The free use of pieplant, or rheu-  barb, ��� is ' considered a "spring tonic"  and -will prevent tlie use ,6f medicine  ���which Is often apparently' necessary to  tone up the system. 'Being sueh,a common and inexpensive plant, it is really  not appreciated by the majority of  housewives, When so fortunate as to  have  it growing in  the garden it  is  generally  used  in small amounts  for ". cannot say, but practically for a very  unm iiiV' Pies'early  in tho'season and'the re- Along time.   Venus'must have become  muzzle is'righf'-in the milk.'  After'hoi maind^allowea;.to go, to waste,. when | -'so comparatively recently.;-Both, bow-  Llkc Venm and For I_IUe C*u��e, It Is  Sow a  Dead   World.  ' Mercury is a body devoid, practically if not absolutely, of air. of water  and of' vegetation. Consequently it Is  incapable of supporting auy of those  higher organisms which we know, as  living beluga- Its surface is a vast  desert It Is rough rather than smooth.  Whether this roughness be due to  mountains proper or to craters we are  too far away from it to be able  yet to say. Tbe latter Is the, more  probable. Over the greater part of Its  surface 'change either diurnal or seasonal is unknown. Three-eighths of its  surface Is steeped ln perpetual glare,  <three-eigbths shrouded In perpetual  gloom, while tlie remaining quarter  slowly turns between the .two. The  planet Itself, as a world, is dead.   .  I-.-i��.-^rBg-=sa. Mercury, thus, proves  to beTihe Interest as regards the planet Itself Is.of a rather corpsclike character. Less deterrent perhaps is tbo  interest it possesses as a' part of tlie  life'history of the'solar ^system, for  tidal friction, tlio closing act In tho  .cosinic drama, has brought It where It  is. The machine <��� has r run v down.  Whether it ever supported life upon Its  surface or not, the power to do so has  now'forever "passed away. Like Venus  and for like cause, it Is now, a dead  world. ' Aud It was the first thus to  reach the end of .Its evolutionary,career, earlier to-do so than- Venus, Inasmuch as tidal action was very much  greater upon It than on Venus and consequently produced Its effect more  quickly. Mcrcury'has long been dead.'  How long, measured by centuries, we  i once get3 bis'mouth Into it he will very  soon, learn to drink.   He should.be fed  on'.whole'milk for about a mouth and  'then-for two or' three .weeks on half  and half'and then on skim^milk.    ,,.  ;At'tlie station we*,fiud It a very good  practice-to  put blood  meal "and^ bone  ��� meal in tbo skim milk.  Others use fliii-  seed-mo.-.J With very, good success.- .  1 After the calf is *t month old perhaps  be will eat a  little bay,, and then you  can 1iu'ii,hiin out iu. tbe big pen with  the rest of the calves.    J\*ow, ns these  voting animals are'-very susceptible to  -   _ t   i  parasites   and   diseases   and   as. such  pests thrive well in moist, dirty places,  we;,therefore see tliat'it is very important that we keep tlio calves and pen  clean by. tbe liberal use of fork and  brush and occasional application of a  disinfectant. Above all thing's, 4he  drinking pails must be kept scrupulously clean. It takes a-little time, of  course, but it pays, because it kills disease. Don't be afraid to use'plenty of  bedding to lieep the little calves oft,  the damp floor. ' IJ- ,    '  It might be utilized ln a variety of ap  petizing, dishes   all^the. year^ around, '  ns it can <be preserved for winter 'use  equally, as'well as the more expensive  fruit.���Philadelphia Press.',,     v    '',',  The Ilutlcnit Man.  A "The, hatless "man Is" here .to stay//  said a hatter,"and his'coming did not  meet with'tlie opposition that tlie shirt  waist,man incurred.- '-  "All but the baklheads were hatless  ever, now have; finished their course  and.have ln a most literal sense entered into tlieir rest.     .        -   "  LIGHT  ' Wash oilcloths  and linoleums with  warm water and  Sunlight Soap, rinse clean and wipe  dry. The colors will be preserved  and the surface unharmed.  ,, ' Common soaps fade the colors and  injure the'surface.' Sunlight Soap pleans, freshens and preserves  oilcloths and linoleums.' ', ','    ���  ���'  Sunlight Soap washes clothes white without injury to,the most  delicate-fabrics, or^to the hands, for it contains nothing that can  injure either clothes or hands.  ��� Sunlight Soap is better,  than other soaps, but is best  when used in the Sunlight  way (follow directions).  Equally good ' with   hard  or soft water. .  LCVCR BROTHERS UM*TCD. Toronto  ,��� _���,,.  , -Lout  of  the <Arl��tocrnt��  '"The old French anstpcracj.dies with I * ^J*"-^ ':>:���'iuu\ >'  7.     ,   , _.    n i  A    ��� .r^-��r^i���.������+- �����",    <* cold iiiid' shiF lire c.  me,' 'cried the Princess do valnipnt on       .,?,.,..   _.,_   SEEING SICILY,  Kot to   Know  Thin'.Inland ,1"   Wot   to  ' "���'     '     Ktio-jv  Greece^     .'-,,'  ' Thero'arc some'ands which have always laid'��a spell upon tbe n5ind, upon  the Imagination, upon the heart. Greece,  above.all otlier,.countries, has entranced  the mind.    The' Imagination Jias ever  Milk is'-capable of absorbing almost  any odor with which it comes in con-  ' tact,1 and during the process ot "milking  a large amount of'air is incorporated  into it,'driven bj- the streams of milk  'from-the udder, says Kimball's Dairy  Farmer. Ifthls'air.ls pure, it'will aid  in cooling and aerating the" milk; if Impure, it wiH taiut the uiiik Willi whatever disagreeable odor and undesirable  bacteria.it contains. No other article  of human food will absorb more of the  surrounding atmosphere than. milk.  How, many of us would like to have  our entire breakfast left ia an "ordinary cow barn for twenty to thirty miu-  utes,' as is often done with milk? Remembering that milk is a human food  and that it absorbs injurious odors so  quickly, let us be. very careful bow we  bundle it. ���~ ������ .  A  Stall  For  Knell   Cott..  There are two ways of considering  economy���oue for tbe cow and tbe otb-  er for the owner, sa3*s Hoard's Dairyman. In tlie end tlie man who is economical for tbo'cow's sake will find be  has best served his own economy. The  objection that most farmers make to  the plan of a stall for each cow is that  it takes more. room. Yes, but it increases tbe efficiency of tbe cow, and  barn room is cheaper than cows.  Test the  Co-t��_  i .'���  If you test your cows one day each  week during tha milking period and on  the same day of the week or will test'  them, say, for a week when they have  been in milk for a month and- take  this for the average of niuo weeks,  four weeks before the week test aud  four after, you will find out enough*.  about your cows to induce you to' make  more full and complete tests hereafter.  ���Wallace Farmer.  Tlie  Dairy  Bull.  When a farmer thinks of buying a  dairy bull to improve tbe quality of bis  future cows be should look to the quality of the bull, not to the cheapness of  price. The character and reliability  of the breeder go a great way in suclr  a transaction. He should' try to buy  a "future" of good quality that will  run on for generations and that will  help increase the good effects of every  future sire that may be used.���Uol-  utein-Friesian Register.  Cow   Ijjrnorauce.  About one-third who milk cows lose  money on them. The main cause is ignorance.  Improving the   31111c.  The work required to sponge an animal's, flank and udder is but a triile,  and great improvement can be made  on the milk and its -products:. ~yy=~  Get Hid  oC  Scrub*.  Scrub care, scrub'management and  scrub breeding will perpetuate the  scrub animal. It is the skill and knowledge of right breeding, the influence of  systematic and careful feeding, the attention to details in developing and selecting their breeding'fstc-k' that will  force tbe scrub out of exhstence.  He..Spoke   III*   Mind.  Two Irish farmers who ha,d not seen  each other for a long time met at a  fair. They had a lot of things to tell  each other. "Shure, it's married Tam,"  said Murphy. "Vou don't tell me so,"  said, Moran. "Faix, yes," said-Murphy, "an' I've got a Due, healthy bhoy,  Which the neighbors say Is the very  picture of me." Moran looked for a  moment at Murphy, who was not, to  say the least, remarkable for his good  looks, and then said, "Och, well, what's  the harum so long as the child's  ���<-althv?"���Dublin Gazette.  men  last- summer:'   At' the 'seashore, . ,    .  among   tlie .mountains,, automobiling, I loved the .cast���Egypt, tbe-Indies, for  horsebAicking,canoeing,rowing,'driving;' gotten Asia,,the almost as mysterious  Asia'of , today.' ,,For ' most of us" the  home land is the country of the .heart;  for, many.  It may'be.''it_,ls Palestine,  'where was lighted the fire at which  the hearts of,, incalculable millions are  still' warmed.    Others are content to  *say with Emerson In the fine essay on  '���"Heroism," ','That country is the fairest;  ���which ,'is Alnhabit-d ' by'the   noblest'  minds.''.    But, above  all' other lands,  there Is one which has at once Impress-.  ,ed the mind, the imaghw-tion. and'-tlie  heart of western'peoples.'   When a fa-,  mous poet declared, that on his .heart*  .would  be   found  engraved., tho  word  Italy, the-"words voiced,the emotion, of  ,a multitude in ;every'country of,Europe and* In' the great northern  continent oversea.. ' ��  .' '^'"n,      ,  A To see Sicily, the,old "Garden' of the  "Sun," as the poets;haye"loved,tq call It,V  is. not to see Italy, though there may be  a measure of "truth* in t Goethe's remark,  that'not to know-_Slc!ly,Is-not to know-  Italy.".   In a/sense "one mightjmdre'truly say .of- Sicily that not to know It Is  not to know Greece.   In another sense,  however, we'have In this, most beautiful of Islands  the^intenslfication. of  Italy.    Whatever' Is most Italian Is In  evidence here, though It Is Italian of  the south and not of the north.. What  a gulf divides them Is known only to  walking, the young men t were invar!  ably hatless.   Tbeirr faces were tanned,  and the' sun bad given. a bright, coppery .liue and "a crisp quality to their,  hair. ;     \.t     ' '*  / ,  A     .*'       ,,'*  ,- "I know-'a half dozen undergraduates  of Princeton who took a .cross country  walk of.200 miles In August .without  hats.      -       |   _ "'- ",  , "This'new'fashion has hurt the bat,  business undeniably. On account of ,it  'my summer, sales have been smaller  than ever before. Still I don't, grieve.  I like the idea'of goiDg hatless. ''The  fact is, I went hatless-myself during  my vacation.".- Tbe sun and air did* my  hair good. ,  , , r      '       '-",*-   ���   _  "When the shirt waist man appeared  everybody 'derided 'him. ^A hoot went'  up'from one end of .the.country'to .the'  other.- 'Biit the hatless,'man j was received' in silence, _an..'<appr6Jv_ng ' si-,  -lence."���}.'e-w, York. Herald.  ���? *   "  "War on Traill ne Skirt*. ^.  A pretty war of skirts is being fought  out in a small German town, where the,  League Against tlie Trailing Skirt has  been formed, with tbo support of the  mayor, who has even gone so far'as to  regulate in an edict the* length of the  offending garment. It Is this last piece  of municipal tyranny tliat has aroused  her deathbed.   -She was a bitter, old  soul,' whoAborn' of a "long.lino'of ,.ub-  contaminatod, ancestors < aud  married'  to a noble of, equally superfine strain,'  had; through her .husband's death In  financial difficulties, .<to marry her, five'  children  to  ''abominable  persons" ,of t  high character, ��� but with the'blight of A  trado or Industry'in,.'their;blood.'', Her.-  last year's were made'mouniful'to"her-'  by this pitiful descent, and just before  her.grandiose'last utterance,  looking  witli a bitter'smile at her th'fldreu "and  grandchildren ln-tears^rdund ber*JdeathA  .bed, sho'broke silence ln<the following  -"terrible- reflection;. "AVe],have -here,',*'  counting 'jotT her fingers', , ''representa-'  ,tlves of   carriage  making',   wholesale,  "grocery, confectionery, coal, mining and  tho stock exchanges,,and*all grafted on'  'the old tree of the'De'.Valmonts." >'   '  ,.l_ate  Returns from Oak, Valley,  >Vhcrtyo '..'as'laid up last cm, fj, ^  tbe long suffering woman of'fashion' those familiar with the whole penin  and she has formed a counter Union  of the Liberty of Dress. So far it  seems that the .league 'Is in'the ascendant, for it has just dined the mayor   triumphantly,    while    tlie    union,  sula.���William Sharp in Century.  ^'Dulli*" Not  Irish.  Those ,who are not  Irishmen some-,  times trespass on . Irish property.    A  scorning such gastronomic methods of^, French cure, preaching about sudden  bribery, is trusting to greater elegance'   death,-said, "Thus It Is with us���we go  of appearance for thevpropltiation-of  the maseuliuo authorities. ���   ���  PhonoRrniiliH In Court.  The use of a phonograph as a witness occurred for tlie first time on a  recent trial in tbe United States court  at Boston. In this connection 'it is recalled that photographs had to fight  their way to the witness stand. The  right to put telephone conversations in  evidence has been upheld In some  cases. If the use of the phonograph as  a witness becomes general it will also  become a universal momcirandum.  Contracts, of all sorts, from'a merger  deal to a promise of marriage, can be  recorded as infallibly as on paper or  parchment. In breach of promise  cases especially a phonograph would  be of great value.���St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Frlenas.  Never judge a person by bis relatives,  but by his friends. One Isn't responsible for his relatives. Bo they good,  bad or indifferent; they are thrust upon  him, but friends nre self chosen, ard  what they are so is the person.  to bed well and got up stone dead!"  An old French lawyer writing of an  estate-lie had just bought added, "There'  Is a chapel .upon it In which my wife'  and I.wish to be burled,.If God spares  our lives."  A merchant who died suddenly left  ln his bureau a letter to one of liis correspondents which he had not sealed.  His clerk, seeing It 'necessary to send  the letter, wrote at the bottom, "Since  writing the above I have died."'  - Language Is a solemn tiling. It  grows out of life���out of Its agonies*  and ecstasies, Its wants and its weariness. Every language Is a temple in  which tho soiil of those who speak It Is  enshrined.���O. W. Holmes.  ,      Feminine   FIiipkhc.  Duffer���My wife got a fiver out of  mo today with ono happy remark.  PiiATer��� Let's have It. Duffer���She told  our boy Willie that she was bis nearest  relative,  but tliat I was his closest  ,^,'vcry day Is a new life, every sunrise but a new birlh.���Jordon.  V^/ith a Oolcd  Further   Developments    May    Prove   Fatal.  There   is   Gure    For   You   in  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed aiid Turpentine  Hon.Wonlil You'Iillcc Tlili ButterT  The   Moor   prepares   butterA lnJ' ann.  original way and'gets a different taste  from the,usual one.' Fresh butter ("si-  Wda,"<as ho calls it), as kuowniby us,d  be despises and, uses only for.cookingA  It must be'old If it is to bo liked. Ailer  it has lain in a hole in tho ground for,  "some years and has.' got a certain ap^ -  pearance .it'-'becomes  a ;delicacy.fATo'  mako butter a goatskin IsAturned Mn-^.  'side out" -It Is filled-wlth"mIIk,'4bound"  tight and tleiTto a 'treeA" Ther'cit'is  beaten backward, and' for^vard" till thp -  butter Is made.'  ___iat;ls"'wbylyoUiCan.--  "not gbt'butter ln Morocco without hairs'  .all through ItdThe butter is��hen.'*lald>'  on pieces of wood nnd, the* maker"'goes'  to,, sell, It. l Possible '-'buyers' .lift" the-  ' dirty coVer,"'puffin "tlieir* fingers*; and'  .take out a taste "and-If the - goodst do -  not please close It down againand the  salesman pursues his way.  In-BTOwlnsr /roe���?Tall_i.       '  It has been found by some .that tho  copious application of dried powdered  alum Is sufficient to~curc most cases of  Ingrowdng toe nails. The applications  aro not painful, and the Inflamed tissue is dried jap, and a hard, resistant,  nonscnsitlve bed Is formed for tho nail.  The too Is wrapped in,a cloth.Boaked  In' soap and water for twenty-four  hours beforehand; nnd then the powdered alum'is poured Intocthe space  between tho nail and Its bed, using  cotton'to keep tbe alum ln placo and  repeating the application dally. The  suppuration, If any' exists, rapidly  dries up, pain and discomfort are .almost Immediately relieved, and, the  application being repeated for about  fire days, a cure usually results.  Hilda 'SlJoyori;', or Ottk^^.tltv.-attcnd- '���!  od the $iik��. and NHsoiiA.. i}.!*iiKSm_  iit-diiy.   ,     - ?  '   Yo scribe,has,been   ...��h,ft \,n k,.^ 'tfl  feedftlll,!,    ; ,. ,. '   ' ' ,  /.The unction,'sale <*l Mike Vumi'i  wn's'wpll a'ttonded, jiihI the dsnn* too, ',-���  J3iit' nobody got into a lmd |(.,���K'r U"[n\  c-iusi*.il.W-u.. crowded .. Iu.n tliov (ianc- '* 1  ed, ns'-1,"heard they did ut .omt otW -,|  auction.dances'. A   .f A   i ,'' .   f  , '0,  made-a' smash���no iiiii.h at WA  mist ad dance, * '      ' '      -. |  ,, 'Burglars'��� broke-;' into the SUi^ stoie.-'  at Pigeon last "WedneMl.iy \n$\i, \���^(.    I  ed tho safe,   "and "got   hold  oi "about-I  $aOA'_' -j        ^     '*'  A Wonder .ifAt'h.it boy who lias u dog  attended, tho wedding Satiud.i-, ? '"<  _ Ye; scribe' sewed for' .Mi s. 1. SUyen, >  _ 'SnyA.did you"find yo.ir ������__}' home./  Hilda Sltoyon is doclomiA nt Dr.*  I.ergJi'Is���Oak Valley Coi nHponilene.  Os>eo (Wis!) Hoc-order. <  A     -DELICATE   BABIES.   .,      J!  i/-' A ;;���      o , _:   A  Every delicate bubysraits life nh_  a sarious .limidicap,     ' liven >��  trivial  illness  la apt to end' fatally,  mul t.e*|  mother, is  kept, ura state of constant-  ,-Jreaj;]. ' lhiby's Own T-_lfio_ts lmvn doiit  mofo'tlinn auy other medicine) to niak. i  weak sickly children  well' and strong.,'  They.jfiVO',tin;' mother' il    .ei-iing   ^fJ.  seaiirityAas through their'use slio-soaCI  Crnahl-isr a. Hore.  An Englishman, complimenting Americans on their skill at postprandial oratory, went on to discuss the possibility of boring an audience. Ho said tho  severest reproof for a bore which' he  recollected was that administered by  the great Talleyrand while driving with  a. friend who kept telling him stories.  As they passed through the streets of  a continental town, which In those  days were policed by many sentries,  they observed ono sentry yawn at his,  post, and Talleyrand said to his friend:  "Hush!   We aro overheard."  If you could depend "on a cold passing off of its own accord it would be  all very well to let it.run its course.  The risk  is too great. ��� ,  Consumption and pneumonia always  have  tlieir  beginning  in  a  cold.  Ifj you .take prompt means of curing every cold you will' never lie ji  victim of these or other fatal lung  troubles. ' '.  Did you ever wait to think of it  that   way?-  i Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed,' and  Turpentine is best known on account  of its extrnordinary control over croup,  bronchitis, whooping coiigh, sislliinii  and seven-, chest colds.  As a menus pf overcoming ordjnary  coughs and colds,/throat irritation nix!  tho many diseases of the. throat, bronchial.'tubes .and-lungs it has madr. -an  enviable   ropiitalioh   for   reliability.'.  Pleasant to .ta.ee, thorough and far:  reaching in action, hikI : certain in its  ho'rio'fiehd rc.nilts, JJr. .Chase's .Syriip  of liinseed aiid ,'J.ui pentiin. should have  a -placo. in every house as 'a''safeguard  against consumption'.arid otlier fatal  lung  diseases.''  Mrs. K. T. Turner, Broadview,  Susk., writes,���"We havo, seven ehild-  ���J-on", ailld .have used Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Tiirpenlinodfor  every, one of them with good results.  Wo get four bottles ab a time and lind  it a good remedy to lu��ik up eokl n  tliCj. lungs."  . Dr. Ghusci's Syrup of Linseed nnd  Turpentine, 25 cents' :i bottle, lit all  dealers or, Ednianson, l.ibte.s. Sr, (Ut.,  Toronto. To protect you , against' imitations the port: it and siynaluro of  Dr. A. W. Chase, the .Faii.ons receipt  hook liuthor, are ou every 'bottle. ���/���  '"I will never forget my first experience in hospital work," said Chief  Surgeon Millar of the Central Emergency hospital. "There was a green  nurse In the detention ward and wo  bad a very violent case In theret.���a  man in the wor&l. stage of delirium  tremens. I was awakened in the  middle of the night by the head nurse  who requested me to come at. once to  the patient. When I got there I found  him raving and very violent, with the  new nurse scared out of her wits. 1  said:  "Why did you lot him go so far? I  leit you some medidine to give him as  soon as begot delirious."  "Yes, doctor,' she replied; "bul you  fold nie to give that to him if ho saw  any more'���. snakes, and this time he  was seeing blue dogs with pink tails."  ���--Chicago Inter Ocean.     >  months my-baby was tyestk ami "uc_.lv f"|  and'at-ttint.-ngo could  not   walk.     It  'wn8Clt.bo-i'.(lf--t*l'iKjgan   ti'-iii'i;   Uaby'i' "I  Own" TableUAan'd" ;the    clnuipe ( ther   |  wrolijjht-'iti<''h<_i-���coi\dition vwis Mirpris-  iiig^'V-S.ho',began .tojget Strong n'onai  'and.1 has  over''since  ^eoin a   pcrfKtlj;_*|  well, child.".,.Every mother i\lio vaW.ij  tho health ol her little one, .should keep.,  a''box   of  Baby's'', Own  Tablets in the"** |  house.  . Sold'-by "all  medio mo tlwlers, '���  or by,mail, at 25" cents n bo\ from Tha .  Dr. ' ���Willia'ms    Medicine   Co.   Brock- ���  villo, Ont. A    A   i,  ,,, A widow', in ,a Maine (.min, accord-  to thoi JJoJitoit Herald, i was a strict  constructionist in her tlii'olog.., and  would admit no lodger into her tain!  ing-houso wlio had.a leanini; toward  Universnlisfc views. ,0n�� day an old **��  eiptaili happened' along to a-fc lor  roomh.  ' "Hut, what do you belie'iA" nAiJ  the  widow.  ",'Oh, most anything," yrejihed the  captain,      " ��� ...  ."Do you helieve there is a hell?'''  .���"Sure."   was  the  reply.  , "Well,"   parried    the   \.ido-..   '.'how  many ,do you  think  will ro here? '    .-'  Tho    captain     cniitioiislv  > ii'iinrkw  that he. thought 20,000 would l.c �� Iw '  estimate.,  Tho widow paused, then -.t.itf-d i"3;  he could come in. "Tweiits tli'i|is��nd.  sho said, "is hotter than none."  . -     ~, ~^ -  ' A  Nationalist Abroad.  Kalgo'orlio, West A'u.sti-.-iha. is oneof  tho newest and best gold field- in tne  world. Tho following -idyi-iti-*"-'11  wns prominently dibplnyed in a ll'('',1't  issue of tho. Kalgooilie'" Mmcr-  "Watch tlio progress of the Him*-''  elections, Ilnlfour,. the cim-uhhii-'; '���  deleated. Should hi.*, male. C'l..unl'*,f-  lain, ho nl.sp defeated', all --nine's ..in  indulge in '.. little 'light lelu'sli"'.'"*  free of chargo for a period ol **'\ ,,,"|;  from 10 a.m. to -1 pin- ���''- ' "{W  Whalen's Shamrock Hotel."  An applicant for a position, in the  Public Works,Department in a certain,  city was undergoing u,civil service 'ex-'  supination. "With a view of (estihg  his knowledge of history, tho examining oflicer. snyi_ tbo Youth's Companion, asked him what ho know of the  Punic Wars.  "Tlio name sounds -familiar," T-jiitl  the applicant, "but I can't .just remember when it was or w..ere it happened." '  "Don't, you know, anything about  Scipio?!' ' ���'..-���  "No,  sir."  "Surely yo.ii have heard about Iliui-  hiliiil?" , d  "Oh, yes, ,f know all about, lliinni-  hal. That's where Mn�� Twain used  to live."    HIS WIFE'S LUNGS  ' BOTH AFFECTED  Byt Ihe Great Consumptive Preventative brought Health and Happiness to his Home  "l��Our doctor said there was ��o cure W  my wife as both her lungs were ��lt��  nays Mr. L.  II.  Walte?,  of Pe��fl S����' '  Brockville, Ont.      "It w��s  >   s��<l ��� r  pointment to us bothr just starting w  life, only married �� short time., .����    \-|0(,  she had finished the first bottle of "jy  the paift in her lungs quickly ���cmWlUft  and after..takingr six bottles Mrs.     ^  was a new creaturn and pcrlec��7  again." : ' firailW  That is just one of the ����>.*�����,*,  Into whichwPsychin�� ����m._ brouK"    ^  health and happiness.  that  Puychine cures  don't wait for Consumption  It is a living- P  Bul  that Psychine cures  Consump.tw*  ^  "What i.s your favorite, play?" asked   the girl   who  rpiotr-s  Shakesjiear.  "'Well," answ cired the youth with  long hnir, "I believe I like to see. a  man steal second as well ns anything"  ���Washington   Star.'!  LaGrippe, your Cough, your f^'lM  your datarrh^ or your Pneumonia wit  remedy that never fails���  (Pronounced Si-k��n) j  50c. Per Bottle  L��re.r .I.e.  SI and ���**��-��'1 f^'fr  DR.  T.  A.  SLOCUM. Limiied, �����  W    N     U   No.  586  'V-tS NiM  ^T THE ^LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
WELL-KNOWN
BANDA MAN SPEAKS
rwr i U--«
K-?   0^ry^S21-(Sper.)-
>, or? In' no one more widely knoajp
i hitrlilv respected , in  this  section
""„ Country than Wm. Boll, Esq,
'"aJlW statement he mates^-
I
low
Kidiiev
Lmwction with It
-■•'or more than
lerer from
concerning   his   euro by Dodd's
Pills bears weight aiidcarries
a year T was a suf-
Kidiiey  trouble,"  Mr.   Hell
and • tried
fn anv of my .
I   ,, .1   local   physicians
VV      ,._.Mns to Vt cured, but without
fvery iiM'ana to „ ^.induced to
1U w'nodd's IC, in'ey Pills a trial. 1 have
E<V ire' tett   pleasure in stating that
Kin/drove   away'tho  pains* entirely'
|,H,y   drove * oiaMme liealth
Imlit-stoK
Sn.i strength.
inn
this
sure I  owe
lhMrol7.oDo.ia-H-Kidney Pi"*--      '•
Improving tbe Occasion.
An inspector of schoqls was'e'xam-
ni.r me scholars at a-. West County
cIkm! aad thought he would Improve
'he occasion with a small class oP-girls
v delivering the following .homtiy.
'••ciulilre'n, especially love and rover-,
*n..,. vein parents, and above all, nev-
■™LV U''*'" i^'"'°r aT1* W»'«-   Now;
,, . Mre iwo distinct  kinds of pain.
'..'t,,!1 and .pliyHlfeal.* and",  (address-
!,';,e 0f .htvc.illdron., "Nelly Ward,
Bv7i.r.'i!i*-iitn«. on-your rlslng'-ln the
¥0111111-. >ou found'your,father 111 and,
6_i_t-'rir-.'K'fiat pain,   you   would   be
L,v would you not'*;' ,"    ,-;
>p|'lv looked at her, questioner,'and
iinHwered glibly:,   • '        -7'"'   .'
"-I 'lin't sorry when'father "aves jLhe
k)iu',U-f'": i» f'lCt- l"m. Slad."0 ■   .-    r
■.'lad'-*  exclaimed  the   astonished
ftnsnl-rtor.   "Why,, child,- why?"■. -: /
-Cos then he can't wear his boots.
ia I (loiru'ave to' 'clean 'em!"—Tld-
Ihts.      '       , _'\"-:    v .' .f' A   , ,,.
Mummy at Auction.
London.—The murKiuifir-d bu'jy of a
miner who lost his life __,'iO'J Aea__
ago will shortly be offered for,sale at
Stevens' auction looms, in King St,
Covent Oarden.     . <
' The miner was a subject ol the
lncas, and death overtook him wrnle
lie was. at work in' what Is now the
Antouo copper mine, Sieira Aiahualpa
Antolafjasta, Chili. The bod}, was
mummified by the action of the c'oppi-i
oxide.
-Wjth the exception of a small hole
in ,the head, the mummy is perfect,
and everything—feet, hands an.il.face
—i's beautifully preserved. lint , the
bofy is green nearly'all oyer fioiju the
action 01 the copper o\l<le,
A rug and two hammers made of
stones, tied with leather straps into
a! bent . stick made, up' as a double
handle, Ve ro found cm the ground bj
tho minor's side.'It wan with these
.stone hammers''that tbe mine.is—who
'never leiu-ned the secret of working
iron'—extracted the copper, whicli was
valued by Uiem even ipore' than gol,i
\ '1'Jiere is supposed ,10 bo only one
other mummy ot this kind'in existence-, It was recently, .bought foi
$5,<l!. 0' by the. Central '1'ark museum,
Now'York.""       ,,   '
RELICS OF FAMOUS QUEEN.
Keep Minard's Liniment in the House
1.
")>,        Prophets  and   Patriarchs.
/J'lip   ,f.ev.    Edward A.'lJorton,
^RHEUMATISM     AND *  PARALYSIS.
Their Complete'Home'Cure. - -*■"'"''
{Post  Free to  Readers of .This-Paper,
for Limited Period Only. .
_. -A handsome .illustrated treatise,
IcivInK full description,of'Rheumatism
lai.d'Titralysls, with. Instructions for a
Icoinitlete home -cure; describing ,tbe.,
■most successfuly treatment In "the
Ivorlil, recommended-.by. the Ministry
Iiviul endorsed'by"inedical men.- This
IlilRhlj' Instructive book was .written by
\w li. Veno,-''a . gentleman wjio has
jinade a speclf-1 study of these diseases.
rhe preface is'.by.-a'graduate ,of the'
BJiilveislty ot-Wurtzburg. ' Send1 postal
It.Miav and you will receive the? book
Ifrce by return.—Address,'' -The ' Vono
fliniK Company,..24 .King Street .West,"
Toronto.       '.   *- A  A'    '..'. •
■1 he Portrait Painter (in despair)—
iMadiim, 1 find it iriiiiossible, to ..pt'o-'
(cure eolors that, will; match* your ex-
jqui.ite complexion.      ,*.<■
•I he. Sitter (without' reserve)—-Well
Itlien,'just draw*tlie.,outlines to-<biy,
lam! when I come n'ext..tlmc, 171 bri^
rfsomc ot my colors -for • you,—^Lippin-
fcott's jMagazind., V\\... "*' A 'A   ./■ A A.
. $100' REWARD>'$H)0:^.* /_,
Th. rondel- ot thti paper, will, Im pleased to loam
I th»t thero l_._.t lea*- one drea_«d dlMUuo'-hat icleno-
ih_-i Iimd able to'euro la all IU slaset. and that If'
FCntnrrh. Hall*. CatArrh Onro^ls tlio only 'powltlro
fenni uoh known to t!i» medical _r»tor__l_j. Oatatrh
I l^tnir a rcnftlltulionnl cllsea^. requirin a con_tltu-
i tlonal Irentmi'U-. Ua11*_ Catarrh-Out-6 Is taken In*
[ ..i-nallr, actlnK directly on the blood and zniicout
I _b. .*<-<-« nt tho srntnin. thereby destroying the foand*
' T .n.?_,*'**' dlw'HH-. and glvinff the patient strength
E hy bulltlinjt up tho constitution and aasIetlnR nature
i ■» dotna iu work. The proprietors have so much
"'thin il« curative potrors that thoy oHer Ono llun-
Ur^.1 Dollars for any caw that it falls to cure. Send
1 f_r hstnt testimonials.".
t IJrfrws- F. J. CHENEY _: Co.. Toledo, O.     ,.
IxiM.by'drngglHU "6c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constlpatloa.
Oi
Bostdn,- told this 'story at a recent
banquet of tlie Ancient and Honorable
Artillery Company. "A woman went
marketing ih Faneuil Hall," said the
minister. She stopped ■beioro >a stall
where , were f displayed fowl so aged
as to,seem almost unsaleable. "W bat
do Von sell those for'?" enquired , pie,
woman, wondering. If tlie proprletoi
would dare call (Hem chickens. "V.*'
usually tsell'thesn fol*cP,4MltUs,, inarm,
was f)io curt' response.- '"Oh," said
the wonijm. "1* thought, they were pat-
rlarchs."~N'^AA„ Tribune.,,        / ; ,     ,
- _ _i .—,    A ,i
I ' NERVO.US  CHILDREN..
». ,,,. '—  "■     ii ',
St, Vitus' Dance, Neuralgia''and Head-'
'    ."aches Common  Among  School,     \
' 'c' ,A' ' Children.' . "'* **
: Sfc.'-"\*.tiis.aano^is a di-ffaue t'mt is,
boco'miriB more land'1 more fiecpient
among school children. , Young'people Uiu'tJie nerves with,study aud tic
nor™,*' cry "out., Sometimes tho
trouhlo' 't.k08-Uio' form ;of, neuralgia,
headaches riervous -exhaustion, ..weakness .of. the limbs an<l muscles ni.e
what "we cnlLy'heing riin.do*n. -. Jn
other, cumh Ht.^itus dana. ih .the ifr
suit, ahd-'x.ie sufferer'-liecjiionty loses
all ConVrol Zftho limbs," winch keep up
a "const«.ut ' jerliing and1 'twitclniig.'
■Clioro is only one way to cure t us
trouhle-tlirough he blood nhioUfpeds
and streiigthein, the- ueryes. And iii.
Williams' yink , Pdls are the only .nod-
ioi lib'that "ca^m'ake tho..now rieJh, ied
blood "thiit .feeds tbo -m-rves and
sirongtheiisAovery npurt ot the, body
The cimo.of Flossie LKjan, oi C^rowland,
Onb.', , proves ^tbo valno- oUJJr... »»;
liiins" Pink-^ills. 'Mr,. »«>»«» ^f
f/A-couidc of-years ago inv daiitf:tei,
Elossid .wns .dangerously afflicted v. Un
St; Vitus dance. "Sho hecame so nervous that,'niter a time, wo could not le
her,sec evoii-her friends. ..Shc,coulo
,,o'tlp.ck up a 'dish, lace her shoe*, oi
make'anj -moyeluont .to,help herse I.
_5ho had grown .thin and - y'O'- ,!>«'o'
and as sbrhn'd been treated by Boyeral
■doctbrar'.without 'benefit . lea.ed she
Vbulcl niV.rebovoi-.t A~-fribnd adviwo
me-"t6 give* hor^ Dr- .Williams'-^.inl.
Pill.., hnd.aflo'r -ho harped.a couple
of bwes  Ucould'".&i*  il.AtHliev-Wo.e
A siartllng'decrease "seems to have
t.ilcon place In. recent years-in the
nnmliiT of candidates who compete
tin women and girl clerkshipsJu th'e
1/iiiiilon post.'o HI co.   • '
Ask for  MinarU's anfi  take   no  other.
'Tills sonibwliat grasping habit."
*.aid Senator Burrows, in the cdurse
"I a recent argument, "reminds mo of
a i.i.iy who dropped iii tlie other day
at' a certain bank..- '  -
"doing to   the  paying  teller's' win-
<iow, she opened, her pocketbook, took
out  a check and pushed it under the
In as. grating.
' " '-lash  this, please.' she said.
''Hut the paying teller, after one
planeo at the cheek, pushed it back
to llie  woman again.
"■'I can't cash it, madam,'-he sal-l.
"It isn't filled in.'
" There is my husband's signature
"ii U,'  the woman said, excited'v.
"'Ves, I know,' admitted the toller,
hut there Is no amount.' '   .
■* 'Oh, never mind that,' said the
"woman impatiently. "Give nie what
there   Is.'"
L.au   , j__.._— . _ ,
now a strong,-well developed girl-
If your growing children arc weal,
or nervous, if they are pale and tm.-
lackfappotito or complain ol ^da^
6r-baoka*ho give them Dr. «t"'*™8
1'irfK.l'ilIs aiiu.see how speedily, tht
rich,*'ml blood these j.ill*- make w 1
in-.n'.fo.-m them into hriRhl, active
robust.boys and girls. \ou can get
these pills fiom, any niedicino dealer oi
by mail at 00 cent, a box or six boxes
ror i?2.."50 bv writing I'Uc Br. Y\ illiams
Medicine Co., JJrockviHe, Out:     •     ^
'I'heie aio over -1,000 race hoises in
I'nglaml, Scotland an . Ireland and
Ux-v an- stabled, in 2-11 oiti.blishmonts.
'I'ho dentil is '-announced lit Belfast,
"g"d 5)1, of James l.nlfoui-, a native
<il Dunfermline and a niagi-"trnte foi
t.iitnU  Xtip;<>.
The lesidence of IVinco Von'Wrode
ui Ih'ilin has heen seareli<-d by the peine  Ioi   stolen  silverware.
•'Aity   cigarette   makers   and   others
w«'i" buried in the collapse of a cigur-
butory at Havana.
(tt
Have You
a Friend?
Then tell him .about Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
how it cured your hard.cough.'
Tell him why you always keep
it in the house. Tell him to
ask his doctor about Jt. Doctors use a great deal of it for
throat and lung.troubles.
,1,"'.^■ld a terrihle cold and conch and mi
"»»aten«l-srlth pnenmonla. I tried Ayert
_'2t"T,,r?ctor*-1 »nd It (p>T»Tti«QT)l--. and per-
■aevrnliaf It u certainly a most -wonderful
•with madlejne.-'-Rjati.'E. WHiTMJj-.Slon--
'"l-i. S. D«k. I
hr t. 6. Ayor de., LotsoU,
Ain martqft_a>mr«r» of
JL    SABSAPABJUJU
PILLS,
HAIKVM0K,
Uers
Occult Phenomena.
Those vho take an interest in occult
pbenoihena will find much to them
taste in tho -Annals des ^"^
I'sveholopitiues." just puhl.shed in
wliich me repoited -several strange
occurreiices which took .place when
Nor-vav was separated   iiom  Swedei*.
On Nov. IS "St., we aro told, a number- of officer* were assembled in the
ball of the Casino of Akerhus «ait
ing for King "Haakon to make hif
entrv. Suddenly a cracking noiv.
was'heard and before, anyone could
turn aro-iiiid, a full-length poi.i ail ol
Kink Osciir fell'from the wall to the
floor. 'Die picture was piekuc. up un
hurt, but the crown on .lie top or the
(ratne wii-* smashed  to  atoms. ,
A few days aiterwards a reception
wa*! hein? held at the "house.of .Mr
Ilagerum, a lonner It mi'' Jliiii"t<'i
nnd tho guests wete talking of the accident iit_ AkoibuK. Someone ?.nid that
the Casino walls needed_ to-
ben suddenly, a lifc-sizod
nuir.ile bust of Kinj! Oscar, which
stood hH'-eon tho windows of the
room, fell to the floor and wns broken
to pieces. Several other occurrences <>'
a  like  n.itiire  are  lepoited
evidently
pairing,    wl
to
can ho no reason
faith  of  Ihe  "Annales.  _
and  there
doubt   the   good
Chairs Uted by Mary Queen of Scots
Owned by a Winnipeg Man.
Two oi the original set of nine
chan<s composing the bedroom set of
-Maiy Queen of Scots during her eighteen years ot imprisonment in Fother-
mgay castle, are, in Winnipeg.
The iclics have been in the possession
ol .ui J-.iii_bsh family for generations,
have luliowed a member of the family
across tu Canada, and have gone, like
other family heirlooms,- to pay the
debts accumulated by the young man-
Tne chairs are now in the possession
ot R. A. Douglas and are stored in
the W. G. Douglas feed'store, t'rinceos'
and .James streets.
On Muyl.1, 150S, Afary Queen of
Scots was taken to Fotheringay castle
ehuiged with conspiring against the
lite ol lOlizabeth pf Kngland. During
her long imprisonment in thr*. castle
awaiting the' trial which finally decreed that she' should 'die, all of the
ancient furniture of the luxurious
prison remained Intact. Some time
alter the death of Mary Queen of
Scots a raid,was made on the castle'
by the ancestors 'of the lamily who
have hold possession of the furniture
and many other relics for so many
yeacs.'and many of the paintings, silverware and plate were rifled from
.'the castle. The bedroom set'was among the,goods stolen,from the castle.
Seven "of the pieces are n^ow held by
the Countess oi Warwick in "England
and the two in. Winnipeg are,the only
known rellc,s of the. famousipiison'of
the Scotch queen known to be this
side uf the Atlantic. "    '<'•-.*-
Anthony. Hahniugton was? accused
of being implicatqd,-in the plot, with
Mary.' One of the chairs boar? a "T.
11." ia deep carved letters.,' Whether
this be the Initial of 'the famous Tony
Babbington is not known.' ' Another
ehiilr bears "J3.lt." which is thought
.by Mr'Douglaa to moan Elizabeth Re-
gll-'l-       ' '>'*,, ~r
As antique relics thp chairs are of
high value, fl'hcc-ojare < insured for
$1,000, and'it was on-ly .recently that
the Countess of Wai wick offered,a lab-
loua price for them so that she could
complete her set. It seem£, however,
thaA^ was only whemDame Fortune,
played false -.with the,, unfortunate
member d the English family that he
was' willing to part, with *any of the
articles -that had been held-for,so
many years by his family. . The chairs
are blackened by age. • Parts,of them
are crumbling away to wormwood,
and they are only'held together by
'the most careful handling. A mere
giaiice -at tho relics, of the beautiful
queen '.jseems ,. to.,., -recall to „the
tnind, the'tragedy that,.marks one of
the.'sadllest pages of English history.
'The age Slackened wood.yne warp-
■ ing hand carved figures seem to bring
"a watt of (tragedy and of prison gloom.
a= if thev too'had played a small part
in the life of the fair prisoner. ,    . ^
* The 'efficacy'' of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup* hi curing coughs and
'colds and arresting inflammation of,
the lungs,'can be establishol by hundreds -of' testimoniqls'from all'sorts
and conditions of men: It is a standard reniedv in these ailments and all
affections of the throat and lungs, it
is hlglilv recommended by medicine
vendors,"'because they know and appreciate its Rvalue as a curative.^,   <
A    '"Will   RettirrTEarly." ,   .'„.   "
- 'Air.* Itou'nder (tenderly)—Do you re-
mi ruber,   dear,   ohnng 1our    eoHrtn-,!
dp-.-, how J used to tell you the      old,
■ id story.r    <f • ,    - ._._.'■ t-Mi
dAIrS; Koundei;—-\e.s,   and. y6u - still.
tell me the -old, old istqry^L__r_i_i
-,,Mr.  llouuder^ (in- suryrisej —A\ hen,
dear.   , . >, -  ,   r
Mrs.  Rounder—When'you. start foi
the club.—Chicago''News. ^     .,
Alinard's Liniment Co.",  Limited.
A" ' '-Yarmouth, N. S.
■Jentlemon:—-In January last. Francis Leclare, one of the men employed
bv me, working in the lumber-woods,
had a  tree fall on him crushing hint
feai-rully. lie was, when found, placed
on a sled and' taken    home,    where
grave fears were entertained for his
recoverv, his hips being badly bruised
-on.uiiis* body turned   black  from  his
"ribTto his feet  lWe used'MINARD'S
LINIMENT on him freely  lo  deaden
the pain and with the use of " three
bottles he wns  completely cured, and
ahle.to return to his work.
I      • SAUVT3UR DUVAL.. ,
Elgin Road, I/Islet Co., Que.
No Marriage -There.
An English mayor tells this si ory :—
"A Avomaii speaking at a meeting in
support of woman.'s rights, repeatedly
asked her a'.idience, 'Wheie would men
find themselves without women? ■
"A weak voice lrom the rear of the
hall:— .        .-    ,
"  'In -jiaradi-se   mum!'      —iNeiw    lorl.
Tnbuiio
A Carefully Prepared Pill.—Much
time and attention were expended in
the experimenting with tlie Ingredients that enter into the composition
of I'armelcvj's Vegetable Pills before
thev were brought to the slate m
which thev were first offered to the
public. Whatever other pills may,he,
Parmelee's Vegetable pills arc the result of much expert study, and all persons suffering lrom dyspepsia or disordered liver anil kidneys may confidently accept them as being what thcy
are represented to be.
When you plan your meals you
never think of bread, yet you always
"■ have it, and if it is left off the tabic
it is the first thing that is missed.
You can live without bread, but
you, Can, live   without   any   other
food with less hardship—think along  <
these lines and the absolute necessity,
of bread comes home to you.
And because it is a necessity, its
quality should be the best—quality in
bread depends largely upon the flour. -
Royal  Household  Flour
has convinced the women of Canada,
that it is the best for pastry as well  ,
i as for bread. ,       '
o 'Try Ogilvic's Royal FJouschpld.
Your giocer recommends'it, because
it gives such- good results. ■
Ogilvie Flour, Mills Co., Ltd.
,'      •   -      - ■ Montreal.   '„
" Ogilvie's Book for a Cook." contains i'JO pages of excellent recipes,
sonic never„published before, "lour
.er can tell you how to get i t Flli
grocer
IW
iKE.
Lord Strathcona on Western Canada.
In the special Canadian number'of
the London Financier, and J.unionist
is published an interesting intcrvie'w
with' Lord Sti-,a(hcoiift, in the' course'
of'which tlie High'Commissioner says:
1 am personally -accjitalnted-7-intim-
ately acquainted—with, the Western
States of the Republic, as well as with
the 'Northwest'•of Canada.- I can say
from, personal knowledge that , the.
capacity" of ■ the latter for growing
cereais and other crops Is greater
thtfii that of, the country farther'south"
It (is ' a well-known fact that, other
conditions being' equal, the further
north cereals are t- grown, providing
they have time to'mature before "the
winter, the better tlie',quality. They
grow faster owing to the, longer period
of sunshine they get'-in' the higher
latitude. This is thoroughly understood and .admitted. Forty years ago
the northwest off Canada—what was
then called ' Prince. Rupert's Land —
produced no, ioodstuffs. The - few-
whites who were 'then in the, employ
rof the" Hudson's Bay Company, imported, everything they, required in
the way of food.'. Flour, 'meat,, bis^
cuns, - butter; > and .even poultry and
eggs were brought iu from "- Eastern
Canada and the* United . States. -And
that same.-' eountry-^-now known as
.Manitoba, Saskatchewan,. Asslniboia
,and Alberta—is now producing-over
100,000,000 bushels a year of cereals.
With regard to" immigration Lord
Strathcona* said ."Here in England if
a man'is of that stamp'that when he
gets the'opportunity to (work he does
not—-if'he won't or cannot work—-at
-least he litffi have relations or friends
or someo_n_*"wlibimayl tauo anc interest
in him of.some s'ort;*but in Canada
such a "man would have no'* chance.,
There, if a man-won't work when he
liasf tho.opportunity, he goes down—it
"is all over with hlm.Now,to induce
people, of 'that sort,to.'go wquld~be
'cruelty.» Thsre is,room-in' the Dominion of Canada for, millions of work-;
--er'sr-but not for one-idler.",.- \   v
Minard's Liniment used by physicians
The slmii- sociologisttlooked properly
supercilious.- 1( ' <
"My good woman," lie asked, 'do
you- bolicvc in the whipping-post foi
"wife  beaters?"' . .
"Xaw," said the muscular matron,
'•hut 1 believe in the hospital for any
wife-boater that tackle, me"—Brooklyn   linglo. ___Ll___ ' '
Have you tried llollojvay's Corn
Cure? It" has no,equal for'removing
these troublesome excresences ■ as
manvhavo testified who have tried it
A   Su-ressful   Medicine.—Everyone
wishes to bo successful in any under-
which he may engage-    hI is
     tl
taking In
h??J* Ayelr'-TpHte' at'badtlTra'wIll
tlierelor-*. extremely gratifyini- to
propiielws   or    I'armcloo 8 \ eBotJlilc
Mils tf> know that their effoits to
compound a medicine which would
prove n blessing to mankind have
heen siiccesst.il beyond Uio.r expectations. The enaorb.it mn o tl e>,o
Pills bv lhe public is a gtiaranCo tha
a Pill liflB boon introduce;! which will
mi id cvcryihing claimed lor it.
Mark Twain, at a dinner in N"'-v
toil;, told a story from his native
town ot   Hannibal, Aiissomi.
" 1*11010 a.c in the worM." he said
"a good many men. like Jonathan
Scarborough of Hannibal.' ■ ' - - ^
-Seaiborough was one of t osc
men, With nothing evil n"^,"^1>
known against then. xvlot e yc£
looked on,  arid  no doubt .jubUj. with
*Tt,C,wW   thought    of    Scarborough
iha Sor airman   ho ate too nnjph
ehiclcen     Arid  ono.  day the blow   ell.
kc^'n^stedforch^Umi^eanig.
"A  willies-** was called to testlfj  as
Scnrtioroiigli's' character       ■       _. -
ever  know this man  to
■■' asked  the lawyer  for
Mrs. Stubb (at theatre)—John, 1
think it nn outrage that you should
come in between tho acta wiping youi
moustache. ..,,,,. r
Mr. Stubb—All right, Maria, next
time T*ll leave the foam on it. "II you
don't cure,  I  don't.—Chicago News.
Sunlight Soap is bettor than other
soaps, but is best when used in the
Sunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap
and follow directions.
.   - Superior.
, Kve'rv'one has a ,poiii-""ot view as a
serious-minded young l.ngli.sh woman
found out when she propounded to
some -working girls a scheme ( foi
Shakespear'readings. .".Hamlet" .was
to he the first topic, and she dealt out
to the g'lls some copies anc! awaited
comments.,. The fir.st came from a gill
belonging to that immense army of
"hookiolders" so familiar to allt fie-
quenters of working girls' clubs. "Oh,
1 know this well," .she said it. .a su-
pdrior tone. "Really?" said the gtali-
lied teacher, "Is it worn' favorite
play.?" The girl looked at her pityingly. "Lor' I ain't read it," she chuckled; "we stock 'em at our place; I've
'ad 'undreils through my 'aiids.
'..inlet? Sick to deatn of 'iml'"—New
York Tribune
'incidents  of  the  Moscow   Revolution. \
It Y\.-_ impossible to go quietly about
jour business.   eve':_   in  those  paits  of
tlie city  where  theie  had  been  110 disturbance.     A  dozen time. <t day   you
weie peremptorily    01 deied     to    stop, j
and  had,to submit     to    un    oflensivc-'
searehby lnoie  or less drunken soldi-.-! .. j
This, oi couise', did not tioufi'.' the in-j
surgentK,'  as  1 Here  ,were   not, enough j
sol-tie) s to seaicb at oveiy   stieet   cor-i
ner, ainl  these  who earned arms found
it   possible,  almo->t  i-.itbout   exception,
to avoid the patrols,     lint   it  you  iwi(.
iu  a   hui'iy io  go  auywheie  jou   v. efc
siiri_ to be held up, two ol' tlnee times.
1   \.as  seatehed   Tuiee  in  l\\o  minutes
at  the   Ibeiia'n   «..ate.    .  Another  time
1  ,\van   riding   along   the  Leoutlelskaia
ni'th  11  liieiid.     -in    sleigh   was   stopped and ise both  hud to,get  out.    , A
j'oiing    oflicer,     having   seairhed    the
sleigh—1    suppose   for   bomb-.'—allowed
mj* liieild lo get 111 again.
He then turned lo me and began—
rather 'nervously— to seaieh me'. Jiy
cluiieo 1 ha<l "a huge'pipe in my
pocket, and tin ought my heavy overcoat it might have looked like a Revolver. 'He ci ied o,ut ah ordei, and
three soldi-"!s with iix^d, bayonets rushed to protect him. My, friend ,lold ,1110
aftei wards that I looked like
the statue ol A'niold von Winklcried
gathering in th<* laiiceii ol the Austi-i-
,.i-.'and iii'ling way for liberty. At
lhe lii-n* she was thoroughly lnghten-
ecl, as sho tl.c>uglit that J .might have
ui.voli.r,i,l 'didn't havo time to(
think abo.lt statues-. I .»_. wOifdcHiiR
wlif her the-sohlieis r"'»io s-nherenough
lb .scare It uv hi*-t oi-, whether ,Uit'V
would, as olliMf happened, shoot h'r.-t.
Mi! H'.vr.-h aiterwards ,1 hud tb stand
Ihoie '■lu.iv.ls'up,'! While the oflicei 11,11-
ijiitloned i-i.v ovei coat , and gingfly
j.uliod out the pipe. This incident
had its, luilnov, hut mare often them
i.iW nothing tb liiugh'at,—Albert l<_d-
wards,, in   Harper's   Weekly.
. ' •" a An Anonymbus Letter.
A certain congressman from 'Virginia' ha-' long retained'' in his.', employ a
colorod man by the name ol Kzekiel.
Ono Wrni'ng Hie miftter.deft the house
leaving behind hiin a letter he had,
forgotten. So mo tiuio' in , the- afternoon
ho • rcmeniberod tho communication,
and as it was of some iinportaiice he
hastened Uhek hom,e,. only to iind that
the" letter was nowheie to be seen in
the lihnirv. Jle had'a.distinct recollection that ,tho letter had been Melt
ou a table. _. 'die suimuonejl Kzekic-1
and asked him if "ho had seen the letter., r ■ ' ' ' . - '
,   "Vessah, yo.' }oV it 0:1 yo' table.'Ay
I "Then whoreAis it 11011 ?"        .   ;
■    "L mailed it; sail."     '     ''
"Vou mailr-rl itl.'AVhy, Zoko, l.'l.ad
not put "the riaiiio a'ad address on the
envelope 1"        • ,'! • ,
'".Jos' sp sahI I thought-it was ono 0
'deni aiinonymous -letters.'—. Ameiiean
Spectator. '    •' , '• ^'
'"She1 (indignantly)—Stop, sir! You
shall not 'kiss me again! How rude
you are!"Don't"you know any better?
tie lcheerily) —!■ haven't-,kissed ey-
e'i-v girl in toivn, ft is true, but lis fat-
as I have gone,-1 certainly don't know
any  better.—Watson's .Magazine. »
^      .  r-   1
A Wife—Your, woro talking in your
slepp li^st night, dear.-' Why do you
persist in doing it? ' ,
. 'Husband—Good Lord, Mario, a man
ought, to bo allowed ico talk sometimes
oughtn't he? —Tho Bohemian ,
. A'nn Irishman once met nn Englishman -who had an'artificial 1 Jogs ' Being of a sympathetic nature', Pat .'enquired, the" cause of tho loss,.of .tho
limb, wherupon the'K.iglis)inia*ii said:
there was some Iiisb blood in my body
"A short timo ago 1 discovered that
thcro was some li'ish blood 111 my body
and that it had se ed in this leg,-so
[ had it cut off." "'Tis 11 pity it,didn't
settle in your bend, " came the quick
retoit.—Troy Times.   -
Savored of the Truth.
That's no'.Ho,"' reinaiked the. man
with tbe  newspaper. . '
"What's no lie?"' quel ied the othei
pnitv  to  the'dialogue.
"This paragraph to -e pfleet thai
'wise men nie more often wrong .than
fools are right.' " answered the other.
—Chicago iVews. . '
Three plumbers robbed a man 011 a
Kansas City street car. It is not good
form for plumbers to rob people on a
street  car.—Moulder   Xews.
Of its Absolute Purity and Delicious Flavor
Lead
CEYLON GREEN TEA
IS RAPIDLY TAKING THE PLACE OF JAPAN.
Packets    Only,    40c,     50c,    and    60c   per    lb.        At   allr  grocers.
Highest Award St.  Louis  1904.
r
ASTONISHED THEi DOCTOR
Physician  6aid She<JVlight 'Drop  Dead
at any time. K '   ,.
"The ' Doctor  told
. me J "had heart disease and was liable
. to .drop on the street
»at any time,'!, says
,Mrs.   Robert Eaton,
;, of Dufferin,  Ont.
"I   was   afraid   to
draw    my breath, it
pained me so.  I was
nervous,     short     of
breath,    had    dizzi-
.Mrs. Robt. Eaton ness, loss of appetite, slTtothwring and 'sinking spells, and
I could not sleep.
"Sometimes I would have ' to lie
down to keep from falling. My hands
and feet would'seem to go to-sleep
and a -sorr of numbness would ,come
'all over rne'. ' '   " ''
"I began using Dr.fLeonhardt's Anti-
Pill. From -' the start 1 ^Improved. 1
teel much stronger, look better," and
altogether' Anti-Pill has made a new
woman *,of nvo.'« ■> _
' • "I am' entirely cured."       '      *       •*
'An 'dealers*or tlie Wilson-Fyle Co.,
'Limited, Niagara Falls. Ont. ' CO-1
''"   When  Remitting by Post, use
Dominion Express Money ^Orders,;
■"    ,j and Foreign Cheques   „K«-
The  Best and Cheapest ',  j
System   of ,Sending" Money   to   any ",
Place in the World.   ■
,  Absolutely Safe '*
l'urchaser is given a receipt, 'and-'if
order or'.v cheq\ie is LOST or DES-
TltOYlfllJAthc amount w-'ill bo promptly REFUNDED. , No red tape. For
full Intojniatlon ,'and rates call on
Local asentja.   ,   • , '  '
P?
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* A-if.il
1?   r.-._l
^.';:.i|'
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I_i tee .THiio
'Beeichain-s-
Indian Head has been made the sub-
distiict head.piartors of tho Koynl
Northw'est Mounted  police.
A new fertilizer made in Norway
from nitrogen In tho atmospherp at n
very low cost is proving very-valuable
to plants.      :.'-•''' Av     : .•    ■-   ■-'-.;■
Hiiid the witness,
to
"Did   you
steal  poultry
tlio .defence.' ,
" 'No, 1 never did.
'But 1.1, 8 is w'hntl ',7ll,u^,J   '     A',"
a. chicken, and .lona.h'in  bcu.iboiougl.
was alxniL   I'd  'l»osL   h'K"i    ;
The warel-Tv of liibor.-m in Now Zen-
buid is .;,gn-afc that the colony .s asking   for   .1.000   men     	
work  011  const ruction.
lrom   London    to
it Has Many Offices.—Before the
German 'soldier starts on a long march
he rubs his feet with, tallow, for his
first care is to keep his feet, in good
condition. If he knew that I)i
Thomas' Eclectric Oil would bo '-or
much better service ho would throw
away his tallow and pack a few bottles of Oil In his lenapsack. There
is nothing like It. ..
The Necessary Equipment.
"How do you know lhat you will
ever attain great wealth?" sternly
asked the girl's rather. "Sir, confidently replied the suitor. '"I am both
deeply pious and thoroughly iinsci minions  I'ake  her,  my   boy.  and  be
happy."—Louisville   Courier   Journal.
Where Joy Elbowed Sorrow.
Huns is a (.eim.'in resident of Eastern Pennsylvania. Korcntly losing his
wite by death, bis gilet and loneliness
know no bounds. After two weeks
ot mourning ho 'made another match."
His .1 icnds, according to the custom
of tho country, surprised him by a
rousing cal'ltliumpian serenade. Hans
stood the racket as long as he possibly
could, and then opening the window,-
in tones of greatest dlsgusf.: called out:
"Poys, ain't you ■ashamed mit .your-
yourselfs to make such a'lioisn; and
yust so soon a. funeral."—LippincotfB.
Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend
, It is confidently expected that the
Dreadnaught will ho ready for her
steam and gun trials in October.     ,,
Ambassador Beid denies that the
plans of tne battleship Dreadnaught
wero. stolen and sold to tho United
States. ,
..The fact that Great Britain leads
the world in fast railway runs is re-
markaWe, when it is taken into con-r
sideratloii that there is far more traffic on British than on American and
continental roads. ,       J
The' Dungeon of Naples.
"AVhile working under the -.fleetlevel
of this Arch of Alfonso d'Aragona the
woikuion came upon a sort ol cellar,
wliich opened out into a series ol small
chanibois, opening nut; on to galleries.
All wore strongly built ol stone, and
in the dim ligbt'the o_.ploreis weie for
a long time at, 11 loss how to explain
the nivstery. It wis icvealed at last
by the aid'of ei.'i.Ii"', which exhibited
011 the walls">ude drawings and _ de
sp.-iiiing" invocat ns for Divine 'aid—
evidentlv from wen in prison, some
doomed'to <lealh and ftlliei . to hope-'
less confinement. Clin nee had brought
lo light those abodes of honor and
niiserv. the uiuh-rgiound dungeons of
the old .kingdom oi Naples.—London
Globe.
When lack of appetite is caused by
overeating, take Beccham's Pills
to relieve the feeling of heaviness.
When a sick .stomach takes away
all desire for food,, use Beecham's
Pills. They invariably tone the digestion and
Create Good fippefite
Sold Everywhere,     Jn boxes __o cents.
THtTRADEOFTHEGREAT WEST
. ■ <a*
J 'J'
Attached to,any  Garment Is'a i ' ■>
1 Gunr-antoo   of
GOOD   IffATERIAJL"  ■
.     GOOD WORKMANSHIP
and Good Wearing Qualitie*
When Buying OVERALLS,
,   PANTS, VESTS,  SMOCKS,
or. WORKINGMEN'S   SHIRTS
Sao  that enoh article boars'a
label llko abovo
-. f .
<"AvV;
* ' 1    V       >i
Innlst on Getting
"King of the Road" Brand
** And Take no Othor
From the Argonaut: When thoonii
uent Wu Tin-.'. Fang was Chinese minis'er at Washington he was the guest
oi honor ut one ot . lit* leading clubs,
where lie nmtli* :ui addiess, andwasal
lerwards entertained by some of thi
younger mi-nibi-is, who thouglit it
'woiiltf ho great tun to get the oriental
diplomat  intoxicated.    They  plied   him
with  fhiii'ipagno.
bighh.i'
d    h.
until iilmitt fl a.m., by which time most
ot the c-lnhiiieii were niniidlin. Cool it'll ciiouiii'Jk.'. Mr V'n snrve\ed the
crowd and s.iid sullv^•l^. m his peilcvt
Unglish : 'If I didn't kiin-w lhe eluh
was composed otitnelv ol genlleineii I
should siiv that you li-Uow- weie b\-
ing to get inn ch 1111k." The session
ndloiirned vei>   shoitlv theieiiftei.
The Designer foi .lime is iilie.ulj
hinling ol vacalion dnjs. Maiv Kil-
svth eoi.tiihiiles an inleiest nig aitu-le
"A Camp in the Woods," anil l.auia
U. Starr done 011 "The AVoildds Children
nt Play."while the. vacation suggestion 'department' supplies two practical
outlines for ' spuiuiin-- a low weeks
■'ploiisantlv and iiiexAensively. ' That
bri.'ht little love; story of; a wilful-
mind, "A Bv-I'ath in Altruria," ,'hy
Susie Boucheile AVight, comes to a
happy teriuiiintion in this ■ number;
while "The Interest of Bread Win-
iiing" scries continues in an excellent
hint on "Tlio ■ Travelling Photographer."- "
The Need for Clean Men.
If one were to go to the President
of'the United Stales and ask him Lo
name the country's greatest need he
would reply iu his quick, conclusive
way, "Clean .men." He knows. Smart,
men thei-e are by tho thousands; rich
men abound more than in any, other
age of tho woild; able men are found
in every state and township, but even
from a population ot eighty millions
the chief executive has difficulty in
linding the man of exceptional character tor a post which requires a
square and ilawless morality. It is
to bis credit that ho misses no opportunity to preach clean manhood Hut
neither presidents nor preachers nor
teachers cam do tho work ot lathers
except in their own fanu.-O-s. We do
not mean to underestimate the marvellous inlliK-neo oL the mot her. In
most lands men who reach success
give their mothers the credit. "All
that I am I owe to my niother." said
Lincoln, "it wai you who taught me
to write so. dear mother," said lhe
crabbed Ciwlyl-*. We !*.et our moral
qualities from our motlieis, our mental lrom our fathers, say the phy*-iol-
ogis-ts, and as we look back we Ibid
this maternal affection the loveliest
thing on earth. But isn't there a
conviction down deep in our souls
that wo should lia\e done much better ir our lathers had taken time and
trouble to sh.ue our confidences u>.
I bo years that counted most?—From
the Delineator for June.
EVERYGARMENTGUARANTEED!
■'.'-» I
•7-vi
Wilson's
FLY- ..
PADS
The other day two good-looking old
hiilie-'. entered a prominent bank. One
ol   tli»m   wanted  a   chei|iie  cashed.
"Hut,"' sam the ..ishii-r. "1 doh't
know jou, jou'll have to gel someone
tu  idoiilit-.   jou."
".My Uie.nl, heie, wi'l identify   me,
said the lndj*.
"Hut I doh t know youi liiend,''
'siiiil the cashier.
"Well," smd lhe lady with a withering smile," I'll, introduce you'."—-
Pudge. •   •. ■ .1
0>~E r.VCKET HAS
ACTUALLY KILLER
A BUSHEL OF FLIES
_ 1
Sold by all Druggist. and General Store*
and by niail.
TEN CENTS PER PACKET FROM
ARCHDALE WILSON,
HAailtiTOX. OXT.
Tipofumii
-xOWQ.'r
trsttw&
hai alooJ  for the BE3T
during   s«vtn^f yton of
increasing i<J«i.
Remembtr thii wh«n/ou v*j.t waterproof oiled eo&te. jurts. hats, or horse
goods for &JI kindj of wet work.
W. CUW.AKTH ErtRT CARMBCT. <:t
T0WW CaHjUHAK CO-taHntTOIONTO. OUB
Mackenzie-&-Mann are contemplating a grain line front the French Iriver
to Ottawa, to connect with the Great:
Northern.
.A large quantity of .explosives ■was
round in the possession of the anarchists who were arrested at. Lorrainne
and charged with being in a plot to
assassinate limporor AVilliam.
A story of Keir Hardie,, the Labor
member of Parliament, i.s recalled in
England A lie went into the. library
of tho House-of: Commons where he
was Intercepted by a poHceiiiaii.
1 "Aro jou. working here, mate?"
asked the officer
.   "Yes." '.' '■'■''. ■■'■■''-
"On  the ■roof?"whicli  was being re-
IJatrcd' at' the time.
"No,  oil tho- floor."  ;
Oranger-r-How'. did he make all  his
money?
Kinnuins—Smoking;     h.e-   was    tlie
greatest,  smokoj'vi.11  America.
., ■ U'vanger—Dry   i.ip,    Kimtiiins;     you
can't, caako .money  by  smoking.'.
■•• Kinimlns--Ha      did. -.He      smoked
bams.—Tho -American- Spectator.
til
99
' MAvroLE is a, cake of scap that
dy«.i. to nny desired color or shade.
. ab ou. the world over for brilliant,
fn.it. clean, econ<Mniea,l, easy, safe dyeing
at home. Assupenortotheold fashioned
•powder" dyes ns gold is to brass.
Maypole Soap
10c for Colors—15c for Black.  Alt dealers
or 1'. L- IlKNKL>icr & Co., Montreal.
<
King   Alfonso  wll   not.' sec   lAinccss
Kim again' until she arrives in  Madrid '
for tho ■marriage to take place 011  tho
first of Juno.
The lockout, of dock laborers who
took part in the May Day demonstration.- at' Hamburg is being strictly
maintained.
W    NvU   No.    586
Trar.Tessn^ •?• H  ii..-  rib  'UI-  C  Tl,- X..J  i_htwi  THE LEADER, MOTIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  *:.  ii;  i'$J.  m mm mm.  *e-  ���. i-  i ji  .  ��_r li-r.eU' c .a. the latere*t of the people  u: 'ioyiB and Baet Kootenay.  ���v  AH.?'  r. j.^ihth *oo.,  -  0  PablMhrro.  ' ' ***��� * i  r/Jft  .   ,_.    t-fki:   > JB  A#feyff  Cukao-n-a Friend*.  There are many  people  who  have  used   Chamberlain's   Colic,    Cholera  nnd Diarrhoea Temedy   with  splendid  results, but who are unknown because  Airy have  hesitated   about   giving   a  teo'inionial of their experience for public) tion     These peopl", however, are  ,ti-.ne the less friends of  this  remedy.  They have doue much toward   making  it a household woid by their pergonal  recommendations cto     friends     and'  ueighbcri1,    It is a  good   medi ine  to  bavi. in the home and is widely known  it seems  that when   we     get   high   f0r -Jta 0UTe3 0f diarrhoea, and all forms  ���water v>e kick, and when we  don't get  <.f bowel   troiible.    For   snle   by   the  iML-ne* or suBM��irrioM.  C >o Y��-��r.J  ..J2.00  .-A1UKDAY, JUNE 2, 1906.  ,) ' ' J   lnjib wh����t we also kick.  .A . ,&�����  ??-___���-i_ii J*.  '*  Thosi wlif> predict ad that'an attempt  -would be made to a8B��8eiriate King M  O  ..unto and his bride called the turn. '  -J .��t,4Tt_>_����.ra.  . ...'.��� W.f  ���_.,."*-*-fi'.J,  &*��-f%.ii  5M'^*"'  ' _*?,.  ���. Jn view of the experience of A.1-  '.wiiso ��nd his bride it iB better to be  -��'j ick'or an aee than i-k.Eg or cueen.  ;��� ;   ������': . . :,<>    ^_^c^iAJh '   '"' V  ,. The most glowing reports come from  ^"iBBlauji," and that the cily ^aeeme to  lie enjoying, in a great _a.e&��cra Iw old  time prosperity.   ,  Thi�� district   pioducea almost  the,  ���entire output of lead in the Kootenays  ,   "-andnioat-of it   comes   from   tbo   St.  ', ..Eugene mine-at Moyie.  "Me  'fe".  * Ona of <-the biggest' frauds in the  -country is the Mome Scbo_*l of Teleg-'  ^���aphy, of Cincinnati. Ohio.--The^-Lea^  der. like many.other newspapers.'lias  found this  ou_ to,its sorrow.  Moyie Drug <��_ Stationery Co. |  ���   1       ��� fl     arnwiai  Furniture!  A. L.  McDERMOT  i  " ^Wholesale Wines, Liquors'  and Cigars. h  CRANBROOK,  British Columbia.  ���*: -  If** ifra  I for at!  I tin "- W.  sss/sk  Iff  -,'_j_s_aa;i.&  , J5T.-<iJ3'M-  &1'a*ig*  vs l-<**ii1  r? . rfi*>-      B'  iy\\     i  A"'v&7-r  1;.���  " v*��i..  *.' i i *  . <    *i - ;  r * ^ .."-���  f- 'i-ifi  t ,._'-',!-Ai  t il y  _    <  it  y  t  J4 ^  :        /? (  l i i'  _ i' ***  ,4   '   *    'I  i        *-'��  ,  *'At'  It.ig said  that when  the   wife dieB  J i* /i  -fir-t, the husband., on ,an average,  survive* nine years, while if' tbe husband dies,first, the wife survived 11  yearg, according tdMosurance statistics  states au English paper.      , ,'  ^Nelson  has, a bunoh  of good, Iiv��  * hustlers' andlif that city does not have  , ��� population of 20,000'it  will" not be  their fault.    One of their systems is to  ��� i  '', send out attractive folders,  the .latest  of which is "Fruit Growing in  Kbote  , -ns.y." "   ." ' ,  n ���-  ' , Ac'-iDg   Pri.aideut  Williams of the  Western Federation* of Miners says the  , Only crime of which Mojer and  Hay-  i   ���,i. �� * .  Srood are'guilty is loyality.    And  it is  ���nearly a certainty   that   the   trial-in  1 "Ijj-abq will prove tbe truth of Williams'  '.iiatement,    ,      '   '  '   ,    ��."       ,..'  fi   ,    [ ,      -.  -* The last annual report of the  Minis  '" '���(* |f�� * T v.  ���ter of Mines 1b  the   most  interesting  , - -   -_ .   ^ -. .  and complete report yet issued by  that department. Tbe portion demoted to "The Noi them Interior Pla-  " * -r-     c.  teau" is especially interesting to intending settlers in  that conntry,  iiead' the announcements of your  merchants ' in this issue. ' Many a  dollar has been saved by a' careful  perusal of a merchant's ad. When  a busin.BS man advertises for your  patronage he not only has a line of  goods that "speaks" but there may  be somearticle'or articles listed that  70U desire and that it may be advan-  tageona to buy at this time.  _ 1 ��� ��� ���  Linoleums  per  yard,     62�� cente"  Iron Beds      each < $4.75.    A  Springs each        4.50  Mattresses      each    '   3.75  Rugp, union, each ' - ' 7.00,  , Huge, all wool,    '     ' 10.50  ' Window Shades.  .    AGENTS   -  if.  "Canadian Fire Insurance Co.," and "Norwich Union fire Insurance Society.  Farrell & Smyth, Moyie. r  .yT  BUY YOUR.  Cranbrook Co-operative Stores  LIMITED.  "Undertaking In^Conneciion.  <^/VM^i>lAM  pm ll      iJUBb  RAILWAY  90 day round trip  sgcrasiONS  'EAST  $52.50  Winnipeg, Port   Arthur,  Dulutb, St.  Paul.  Through Excursion   Rates  Toronto,   Montreal,    Maritime   Pro-  ' vincfes, New York, New  England ���  on Application.  5)atea of sale'���"   June 4, 6,  7,  23, 25.  I,      AJuly 2, 3. ���" August 7, 3", 9.'������     d  '-'���,.- ���������   A  Sept. 8; 10.;   -< A  Tickctd  subjeot   to   nsiial   variations  :'}��� 61 route aud include meals ;and   ���  1     bertha on 0; P, R. steamr ���'��� '    .  ers on Great .Lakes.*���  "Full particulars irom  i. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  -r.B'CAETBR,-,- E. J. OOYLE,  ���'      '��<�����, P-W.   Xgtr A����'t  -jfyi&ca, . Vanoonver.  LETjS TAKE YOUR MKASURE  for a pair of trousers.  They will fit you to perlection when  we'll have th-.ni ready for you. The  cloth will be the best of the selected  material, too, and you'l^ be satisfied  with its lasting qualities.  YOU KNOW  that the made-to-order trousers are  far superior to, the ready made onei<7  and while tbe former costs a little  more, they are oheaper in the end, for  they will outwtar.the others.  The reputation of our establishment for o high-class work is well  known, and our prices are reasonable,  too.   Let's have your orders.  G. A. FOOTE  -�� ..-  MOYIE, B. O  That  Break  Down  Last week mado us some troublo  but everything is all right now  We have installed NEW  MACHINERY and got everything in ohitpe for good work.  Our specialty is SHIRT snd  COLLAR WORK. iW't be  afraid to' entrust us with the  finest of woollen fabrics,  as   we  A have the best of: facilities for  washing and preserving It he  original i-aftness of the   texture.  NO CHINESE   EMPLOYED.  Crowds   Nest   Steam  Laundry  .���I ���    a" ���������'������;���' ��� ���'.��������� '  CRANBROOK  A. B. STEWART,  Local Agent,"  X? n,  '"'    \ "     FROM ,      r    ;  A. fi* Stewart & Co.  'ft       ������ ? '*r   J ,-    , _   >   ���> *T  0        '  Agent  for. Crows'   Nest,'  , ��� -, Steam Laundry.  ������THE���,  111  DESAUJCXEgB BROS,    Prop*.   .  Lar'e sample room ini connection  .with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.      ->,<''<> *  Headquarters  for   Commercial and Mining Men. --  ,13  Q0E___*8   AVENUE,,  MOYIE,   B. C.  Wm." Jewell-  ; Express ^and Gener-  a.1   Delivery * Busi:  .nipss. ,'. Livery  and  ,   Feed Stable.- '",'���]  ^    ,   x        ��� 'd  '  A  ? Leave Orders at   A   ���  r   "    ... -Gwynne'.' Store.-   " t  MOY'IE '��� *��� -�� .-a British  Colum'ua.  HOUSE, CLEANING!,  , -��� Then you'll want some papering  and painting done tb freshen up 1.  bit. Let me, give 'you' an esti-  1a ate  S.   R.   WORKINGTON,  1 PAINTER.  P. BURNS: & DO  ' ' " '       n  " <_ f- ' ���  WHOLESALE AN1J    EETAIL  �� I (  ' 01  RIEAT.    MERCHANTS  A  Fresh   and Cured Meats, Fresh  , y   ,    , a, t ,  Fish, Game  ani Poultry.   We   a  IT. ' [  i supply   only1 the   best. 'Your  if +0 ii * _ _, j 1     ^  t ' I (1 '  trade solicited.   ",   '   ',  1  '1  !  M.V1.KETS  In   all   the   Principal  . '   I i L ' 1       *" "  Cities and> Towns.'in  British Columbia,  : ��� " M0YIE,-_B,'C;*,'>^  ,.a        -���*   "    y *"     L  t- ���   -       <   _-   Cigars,"        Tobaccos,  * Cf       clionery  J   * '  ,   Fruits, Eic'    '  FARRELL -BLOCK, .    ' '   '    A  I. O. O. F.   WJliley X,odse So. 44-  Meeu every Tuesday evening in their  hall  on   Victoria  street.    8<.journin_.  Odd Fellowti cordiallv invittrt.  P. O. Routh, ' F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  St. K-*S��"��>" l-odRf No. 37.  K. of P.  Meets evsry Tbursrtay  veuing    in    McGregor  bail at 8  o'clock.   Visiting brothers invited.  G. H. -Al-'DLa.Y,  Chancellor Com  G..W. Okciiaud,  K.R.and S.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  **���'  No. 71   W. rT. o. M.  Meets in McGre'.orliall .evt-ry   Saturday evening.      Kojouniins   members  are cordially inviteii t'* iltu-i'.d. x  Wm' J. Feltham,     .Tiiop,E. Kelly, ���  President.  Secretary  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  Meets;every   Wednesday a$( 8 P. M;  J*. LL HAWKE,  Worthy Socr'y-.  DR.  HARVIE,  .  _  _\yortby Pres.'  STOP ^T-THE*  cosmopolitan:  MANHAT  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  A. L.   MflLOP  ASSAYUll.  NELSON,  v  B. C  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NEl.RON, B. C.  hoarding and Day School conducted by tbe Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial -and busineHF  courses a; specialty. Excellence and  swift's-progress. 'oh'ar'aclei_i__e eiich de  partment.--.^iirents-VNliould , write for  particulars. --One month iiKSiires thf  public^bf 'the^tiiorpughiiess of thi-  Sisters'methods of teaching. ��� Term*  commence January,, April and 'Sept.  Pupils, are admitted during t.crin.  O. F. DEviAULNIER  DEAIER   IN  ��� ' A    ^    \VHEN IN       '.'A'-  ' . y,.' ;   ,;CRAN3R0GK  E. H. SMALL, Manager.       .�� ,;    '<  ,Good room., good,- tables arid   bar   '  \~ r    (. ' - y- l'   .--.      -  '    -  and   (irst^oljiss-'sarnple rn-ns.  AGAR. STO'-QE,  * i        i  Contractor and Builder  PLANS AND ESTI-" '" '  ,  .       MATES FREE." ,        *   -    ,'  Apply   at   ,  t ' l  1 ' C  Mrs. Gorman's Boarding House.  IF YOU HAVE A       ^~  LOT TO SJSLL,  ,     AHOUS^'TORENT,  MINING STOCK TO SELL  Or if you wish to invest  in any of thede consult  FARRELL &' SMYTH.  a  :it!ii  Mmm  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  ���Queens' Aye.      MOYIE  BEGINNING FEB, 15, l'JOfi  THROUGH  TOURIST     "  SLEEPERS  Eyery Day In   The Year Between  ���Seattle Anff Chicago  ���via   tbe  Great Northern Failway  The  CoKiiortsblej Way   Route of  the' famous 'Oriental Limited  For detailed information,  ratesr, etc..  call oh or adress  H.   L, , Blackstone.Agent,! G. N, Ry.,  FERNIE, B. C.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  Carea Colds, Crpup and Wl.ooping Couj;h.  Harvey 4 & ' McCarter,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, ElcA  i', 'r      -      . *A -  <   i   ,    ,    -    ;     .*'  Cranbrook,   ���.���''-' - B.", C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000.000. n Reserve Fund, $4,500(qoq  ,    HEAD  OFFICE,; TORONTO  B. E. WALKER. General Manager ALEX, LAIRD, Asst. Gcnl Mn^  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IH  THE  USTITSB  STATES AND ENGLAND  -  BANKS NG   BY   FWASL  Business may fce transacted by xnailVith any bran^  of the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and.dfepogjt,  made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is p*^  to out-of-town accounts. '._..'  CRANBROOK BRASCH. y   -^   ,       F. C. MALPAS. MGIt  Tennis and lacrosse, Shoes  <i ...  . (.  ,  ��� 11  .       A, ���   '   > A  ���.     ' i -   "  BASKIOTKii, SOUICITOK, -ETC'   . '"  ' 1. '  .      ' ''   I"    ' '   ( 'r  I.I _     ', I  CRANBROOK.    "   '   ',     5      "' B, C  .   C. H.DUNBAR.: "\  -        -       .--'.''-       ' -..  Bjrrister,' Solicitor, Notary .Public, Etc  ������ '   - .<        ���    ,, - 'A '  . Cranbrook, B.C. ���  DE,. Fi B. MILES,      '..-  ;: ^ I>2p3^a;^^'��s,T,. ,,���-.;,���  Cranbrook, Ai   a *,B, C.  George EL. Thompson,  A'- ,''       7 '*    ''., ���  "       BARRISTKR.'SOLrCITOR.    NO  ���<       ' .,      " ,'*,  ���      ''*     - ���  ,-       "���'* Uiry,PDiii_ic, <tc.' "  CRANBROOK.  British Columbia..  W. R.0BEATf,Y ,-" '  i. v  Embalmer and Undertaker,   ,   '  - -       *  Phono'89. , ' CRANBROOK.  WHENYOUSKOOt  [ Vcm wut lo HIT whit you are aiming nt  1 ���be It bird, beat, or tirget.   Make your  sLots count by thootlng the STEVENS.  For ��i ye��r�� STEVENS   ARMS have  carried ofi PREMIER HONORS for AC  CURACY.   Our line:   ,, '  Rifles/Slio.pns, Pistols  Ask jour Df-iler���Insist on the Stevens.  If you cunpot obt&ln,  ne   ship 'tltrect,   *�����������  frtss f^ffaxH* upon  receipt of caulofirprtce  ScjkLa c,V '��- kUmPs  fof i4&-P*CO  CaUl op  ofcomptete output. A  vilmblcbookofrcfer-  cnc�� foi prettnt and  rrospcctlrc ihootcrt.  Beautiful threr-eolor Aluminum Hanger will  be forwarded lor io cents in .tamps.  J. Stevens Arms <__ Too! Co.,  j, P. O. Box 4096  OHIOOPEK FALLS, MAS3., 17. 8. A.  i   Represent tlie acme of perfection in  athletic foofwear." .They are made /  oyer alio styles of foptfdrm lastsI and"'  cortie   iri'"eitlier   Tennis or - Oxford i ���  -cuts,;'For 'Durability^., grace and I*  A ' cbnifort "Maple'' ILe^ f" outing shoes! V  liave.Arid .equals:   -"Ask for , theni at  . your dealers, a   ^"  '," '    ".''���  '  *��� ''I'  <>,  -      .  J aLEGKIE CO   LID.  ., .   i s * "��� > .  .   -   ������  a- ,\   ^VAN-COUVEB, -B. C,a j  . ��*Bwag,-ufct^aa;<feyi__g. &^'j_-d__��__��MpN_M_w__faB_�� *  ,    -*^g_��<-f>.g-,_^g-^��.g_-_-S>^;Si>^^gi---g^^*&.3_"-J^  WINDOWS   AND" 'DOCKS  i   *������ ��  '*�� Mode1, in 'Bntisii Columbia.  MOULDINGS " ::WENINGS " ".BRACKETS.!  ?  ,.Fb  SbiprnPnifl in ��airaip:i.t and Mixed Carlonds.  SEVING MACHINE."  KOLLES BEARINO.  HIGH Cf-ADB,  by buying thfa  reliable, honeet,  high grade tww  Ing machine.  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  National Sewing Machine Co.,  SAN   FRANCISCO.   CALA  FACTORY AT BELVIDEHE. JUL.  W - '   Debiil Work a Speci-ilty wi'b Ue.  # LUMBER   LATH   SHINGLES,  i ������  ^      CRANBEDOK SASH AND DOOB, CO,   |  ^|N , CB AN BROOK," B   C.   ' ���'  vS --S^^C^-SC-^N-r ^?^  __rv_n_f*_B,_rfr  MOYIE  HOTEL. I  P. F. JOBJVS10JV  Thib Hotel Is New and well Furnished The  Tables are .Supplied with the Best the  MarKet affords. The Bar is Tilled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  i  I- HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL j  | AND MINING MEK  MOYIB _____ _ BKATtsn COIXMRU  ,3e6��^��������������������!����� ����<��������*�����**9*��3*���� ��**����& -��-��_>'5--��'��,?9����*���*??  ���i ii       ���-  oyie BeeF-^as^*  As   ni ide by tho   present brrwer   is   adniitte<!1V   l *j  Best  Beei in Enat Kootenay. With tht. Best Mult an  the Purest Spring Watt-i. it .iuunexcelled (or qnaluy-  Iueitit on having Moyio Be��r,d  Bottled and Draft Beeit.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  A     MOYmB.C  ���****g**ma,iy_T��iBML_^^ aasgs.  >'.  ��  1 '  '.^WWlTj

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