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The Moyie Leader Jun 18, 1904

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Array V  4  'J-\>-'/ *   ;-. v ���'    .-   *      s  ^T Jl rl j -J�� *��� ��*  \ I  _A^t,  *<~  '.    V-  #  /'  r  >^'  .' 1  I.  V  i   '  NO 10-  "moyie, b. c, ;ju^e is. iso-u  &2 A" YEAE  '.^.^  i'^^S^-^S/^-'  .4.-  i Sit *w '  LOCAL iSSEWG.  !    C/M. Garison io erecting a xeiluenca  |l2x2i,in the Farrell addition.  \\H I ^ c   i     praf. Kepbnrr. is organi;:icg a danc,  i^g^^S^^S^SSKSSSSSI^^^^S^  ���Ills Dominion Day 'toj  B0 Observe  von ean get a pair of riioe. on our bardic  ^counter during the nest week at  .  ��� The  3t the  with I  igars,!l  'c  lcmijh  i<3w  -Vc h.ve them to ">ell, and we, "0   going  to  ���^Ubeoi.   This*  plain'tall:.    Boot,  walking a'way at  | ing class m  Grand .Forks  Ason was born to M'r._ and  T��Trs.  F.J  J. McMahon this, morning.  ,    �� \V. "Murphy has completed paint-  i ing'the front of the Manhattan hots*. I  \    Fcr.eale���150 feet of $ inch   ��raden  hose;    Apply at this office,  A daughter was born   to   Ms,   and  Airs,-Chas.   Liyeslsy   Monday   mom-  ���A.   tf.   McDerinot,   the    wnclesalej  ,   '   tt    -       ibeuer dealer  of   Cranbaook,  'was' in  It will Be Held in Moriey\^pureday.    '  "        Hall     Tickets    $1- '  It is .aid that a Vancouver   man   is  - __ i Mon to establfah   a   jewelry   store   id  ' ' Movie  lur Sioc  :umishin  ind  of MBn.s  slsNe1  9  w  ��� Mrs. K'arl Eikin oi Burke.. Idaho,  was visiting with friends . iti Moyie  this week. , -  D J. Elmer is" tig-mug on   erecting  five w six cottages in   town--.or rental  purposes.  ..���.r    some of the   ladies   of   Moyie   are  enthusiastic,   but   Iho Liking of organising a  dancing   club  lU0P, weie   only   luko > for tho hummer.  The Leader has on several occasions  called attention to the fact that if the  people of Moyie intend celebrating  Dominion'Day thcr�� was no time to  lOBp'in   makins<   prepar*tion   for   tlie  event.    SuvrrKlcf   the   bu*ine��   men  were interviewed this ,wo.;k.    , One oi  two, seemed  ruojority     of  ' * ]*^4&&e.\&&&%^0 ���@S���-^  fANADUN   BANK- OF./COWMERCE  Vaid UP Capital. *8,700,OOQ.  i^u   kf       ^ 3,0O0,OO���O  Reserve,      .- o o ��� noo OOO (Nov- 3d, w)  Total Resources   * 83,OOU,uuu  warm on the   aubject.      The "Leaaer  now sugRcfels that the hotel men; being  most interested, hold  a   meelinS   ����'i  tufce the initiatlvcr, and if they   decide  Cull and inspect C.,A.   FooU;'SSuit  inS3.    Re employes uoi on   me a   ana |  turns out.good work.  Ji meeting fpr.the election oi    three  firewa'rdens will   be   Held   in   Movie  IVii'-WllS  Uceeived.     Present  ���Knte'orintereaf.S percent  (BROOK-B  "; C. IBMPItS. BIGR  ' Tli'os. Hayhurst has returned from  Uillvard and is again working for the  St. Eugene Company.  to celebrate they will no donbt receive   ^ Satyr(layi June -25th  | the. hearty  co-operation    of the   merchants and other business men.      But  there is no time to lose, and if a   celebrationis to be held it should be known  at once. ,    < ,',��������  Of conrse the big ball of   tho   Moyio  Fre Brigade will be bold un that even  inu', and already considcrahlo prepare  If you v?anl a smart, up-to-data pair  ,1 comfortable, shoes, we have them A  SIiATJSR'8. ���  Our Miners' Shoes aro  the  best   in  the market; made tight and durable  We carry AN VTIIING and EVERY -  THING in  "Boss" of the Hoad" aud  !'Bi<r Horn'' overalls and iumpers. . -  '    Rco our stock of Stetson and  other  makes of hats, our W. G. &. E-  &>**  ' and collars, ties, and  underwear.   We  carry a complete otock  and  can   Gint,  von.  lord Bundonald, commanding ofli;  cer'0[ tne Oan Han militia and a  veteran of   the  .South   African   var,  METAL.MARKET.  ,'nf.w   YoKi^-rrBar silver,    55i centr:  Lead, SB-1.00.    Zino CspeltoO $5.20.      '  Loxdox���Lead, ��11  Os. 3d.  Trail Eefinory.  W.->4  on  DON'T NEGLECT Y013B '  FI3EIES  _   XT^SU-   ^^ an(] vou c;uinot airord  , h, ,H,t .uunner months ^^^^'drn^ n,o and put  uirrv ye.:-r.vn risk.     1 a.c������' .  aU,uo ..���..ur.it.ee you can cam ^>��h  Ispoech delivered recenAo, a*^* in gmeUing Works at T  will be $1 each '      ' \     ���     ,t     T,,nm��nn.   barrister    and   adian mihtia is -ppointou. . ^   ^   ^  Sullivan Smelter.  'The contract for   the v erecti  jploved at Ihe. Moyie bote,  a    II   "Thompson,   barrister    and  , solicitor" oi Craubrook,   wiU   open    a  ish government,  ,a.s it would  be   im-  The electrolytic lead refinery of the ,  "* ' ' L Trail, is  lead pro-  duct7s* ecing'to"Eastern.Canada, the  fine gold bullion to the Seattle Assay  Office, .and the silver to China. They  are producing Milestone (copper   suip-  0%s  would  be   im-, are producing diuobiuui, v^JJH-   ���^  .      ,30���0ilux.    .- ,      .���   hpi--" ,-      1tl   officer   in   the  hate) as a byproduct,   which   finds   a  ���   branch office in   Moyie    and   will   b, \^Q t    rotam   a��   ^J1"      fa   reJy raarket in the N. W.T. for ptckl-  ,   here each Saturday. .    . poaition who was not in   accoru   w -Bp'in.     It   id   also , proposed   to  . V"   e.E. Orchard is having   so me   sub- nment   of   the     dominion, UngBram. ^^  .��ThP rontrict lor   iuu   ��i��v>^on   of      ^. r       ovcluents  made   on   hi= Itn-   ^ Dundonald   produce extia puie  prLideut oi tbe oompW. "There arc | .,g.> jrfp ^0(lM?(l!ly. _   Dr. H��rvie  lScml Oiaci'_  CHA>'V.UOUl-.  HOYIE,  pm 'xT ^^^IL-���������  sssssa  SSSas  ���lv,0.v.  - . i the" mine   Wednesday.     ----..      .  everal contractors now estimatn,g   ou   tl^se, the  woundj      .,   the   m3ured  the work, and it is probable that active j ��� uCW getting along   n.cely  ^u" iU be be,uu in tbe near future        ���r H.rvi^.nd W^   A^��n h��.  t    ,Wo had started the work once,  bu    j^n^ th^tuge   lorn.* ^.^  lh0   contractor   whom    we   intrusted | b3 1   D ;Ho 1^^fof hviQg tDienU,  with it spent all ihe money   that   was 5 ba^^n^   wiU . have   hl3   otlice  provided and then left it in an    snoom-1 ther(1< ' ���  uletesta.e.   It is our intention to now      Lewis Thomas, the new   pa"'  uke up this work and push it to com-1 lhe Metbodist church here, harmed  Thobest'ofaooommodations  for  the Traveling   Public  A'"Small Fire.  Change Of Time, "  The passenger train    timetable   was  ���ivena   sudden   change   on   Monday   ^ ^^^ __  fast, when the new schedule  v;a?pu I-u^r^^   ^^   BOanded    and   lho  in force.    By the new arrangmeni tl e ^    ^p ^ thfc ��r?  westbound passenger reaches Mojic in f ,     . .  tho morning at 11:10 o'clock, and the  / fire ntarted in come unaccouutable  manner "in ooce r.ubbish. back of  Cuaa. Livesley's nev7' house on Tavis-  ;oclc street last Wednesday about noon.  The" alarm was sounded and tho  boys respond ed promptly, and tht ^re  was  extinguished    before   tho  mci^  ,.   ��� , 1  iinisucu  ien  V/ioM^HON. Manager  hk0hn -  w tr.tflv8?t��  n.,c  �����!��i.r��rf.^;  c-.tr.pas or Accident on  Covering any.^c��^ent System.  .   ^ Monthly Payme^ ^ ^^ ^ Ior  ^.tlh-ntiM-^^^^^^^lyto.  six  months.    J"'      4 ^^rnc  ^^���^^ .HATS.  /��� flarrylhnbost^antJoof^i.Thoy're^ ,.  ���-.,    .   ,,.,    T,.,.ii     TTo   will   bold 1  |ia Moyio, irom   1��� ;�� ���    *-��      g .  daVi ,  ������.! I =prvices here re-uh.ii} tNe'>        ���   ,-   ibises will be in McGregor  nab   lor  ! the present.  ' Chas-JCstos has openeu tee, 0^1  Cafe in Cranbrook and has one of the  iv?elle���t eating houses north 0 bpok-  a���e. Moyie people should no o,u  look tbe Owl Cafe when, they go to  Cranbrook.  -fr-.-n-vh-irv     an   old    tune  Mo, Snl friend  of J. .J-   Wurp^, 13  ll.uinlburyisaniiningmanofcons.d-  erablo experience,  Desiulnier Bros, of the Central are  h,v?u J Jbe parlor of their hotel newly  carpeted and papered,   o  T   J  Kenny of Grand Forks, North  j. McMahou, is spending a   [��**��:  ,n town and is stopping at Loote  ,.,v Mr. Kenny was at. San Iran-  'V Go "ttendinc the annual convention  oi the Brotherhood of Locomotive  Engineers.   pletiou.  When tbe smelter  the min.-s in full operation,   2{)0  will be employed.  Lumber 'Situation,  The lumbermen along   the   Crow's  Ne^t road are complauiing of    a   dull-,  nP���in 'the   lumber   market   on the  prairies in the  Northwest   Territory.  This they attribute to t!,o bringing  0  lmilber from aom>* the lino, and   a sc  ,0 the fact that thr pnuno farmer,   aie  Wl���ctaut about buying   lumber   unt.l  hey see how this year's crop ��   going  i     Howpver.llie   null   men  their fnikenpacity. ^  License  Gommission,  FdllilU-as in Cranbrook   on Wed-  1MSS' wSEiis! WrTiffls?"^  oa*bound      at   2:10   o'clock p.m.  The new service gives goodsatisEaction.  Hope Leaves Moyie,  >Y tt^i        V..--V* ��� 0  , ,1   M'tT  building caught.   #r.  Liveply =ho^e?.  his appocia'tidu   by   haridin^   Ciiief  Foctea5?5 bill to bo turned   into   the  fire brigade fund  P d. Hope, Moyie's iirat druggis  and officially appointed postmaster  has disced of his interests here and  has mowl to ' Marysville temporarily.  He has not as vet marie any definite  plans for. the future. The best wishes  of the people of   Moyie   ,0   ��ilh.   Xr  Big Rght Jnne'SOll'i  The mauasors of the Yosemitc  Athletic club at San Francisco, before  which Jeff and Muuroe are to fight on  June 30, declare there will be no_ fur:  piauB:u ~ -- ..    v-    ther postponement.    Unless Jell is   in  of the people of   Movie   go   v-itli   -xr. ,> j     ^y thafc timo ho   must   lose  and ails. Hope wherever   tooy   locate.; eouditiou ny ^^   ^   ^ ^   q[         "    "   . l champiou. ,  ClUM't'U   MTVSCOS. . "~  P^siiVT/KiAS-In the   Oddfellows j  Hall.    Sunday behool^ii :�� !>��� '"���   Evening     bcrvlee   at    /':������' ���  Everyone welcome.   '  C WlcWARMID, Pastor. ���  METiiows-r-In Cut Fellow. Hall  Suudav School at 10 a., m. Morning  sorvice   at   11    o'clock.  Everyone welcome-  LEWIS THOMAS.. Pastor.   .  Ao.' Accommadation.  Hereafter the men on the payroll of  the St. Eugene Company will be paid  with cheques drawn on the Imperial  Bank of Canada, Cranbrook, instead 01  on the Bank of Toronto in Rossland.  This was done, as an acoommadution  to the men working and the busiucsq  men of the town.  A Flag Station,  t T Murphv, the clothier,  received  u\L   ffi��;   weak   from   Matthews,  ���}oS.�� X  Montreal, .uUng that  turned down.    .  Lp.en'ai ..pan^  t.'^ '   l '     .   ..        , IV.   ,1      lllll.  .  New ������.������Superintendent.-  '   G.Emckson/thenew   S^eruiten-  dcnt for this division oUl-^' ^'  arrived in Op��^o ht^%^qiag  S:    Mr'EnSso   >a,   formerly  Smarter on this division.  1T^sou1o7 ^vason accent  |^Moyiebeinga::flagiSuon.    A^  ,.18 one of   the  'urikintlest-cuts   Moyie.j  ^���������TOBOKro;.ONTAHiP.  *.i,ooo,ooo.  stop a'i:  Man;  w    >'-7 'VS  r ^S  it aa(?    ���.:.-..���=-���:���  , ,      .,, .vUi��wt'd on deposit"'* . .  a^N^��&��T^��T^ Uniled   State,  and  Drafts sold, available ij J 1;   ;     ��� coUcotions.' _ . ���  Europe.    Special attention gi ^   ^p(NKHAMi   Manager.  COSH  jrf-.'.-^ s*-:  .A. A1  WMEN IN  |,I.K. HOWN^.''-^-  aoodrocms^oodtables.andba,,  ,luUh,UlaS3 sample rooaia.  ���.n^-'ivp-i       The     Utile   city  has ever   recor.ui.      j.�� .  nestling on Moyie  lato   with   aU   iu  "S oral'and timber   resOure^   to 'be.  ���  1    ., i'o -id a -flat,'' eta ton   is- tome-  JTl^lT 0^  P. K. officials  in  thine awlui.   .im- v- -���-... ��� ... ���  thciut'bcAtshowecP'^sejip   a   bit.   .  .'.'.������Will'BulldOnuroa.  c-' j.'Thorripsoni Superintendent    of  Methodist Churches in   this .district,  ^"^^^L^^fort^ocai  p^Sr^h^S Tbeuseofthe^  Sol house'was secured, and beginn-  hl week from tomorrow, service  tvill beheld tliero every evening ��� at  ���7 ioJotock. Mr. Thornpson imfor-  L'od hbtoadertbnthewas negatiat-  n\l ri' a lot, and that wort on tuen ew  iStI"odist cburch would aoon be com-  me need.  BAKING POW  �����.  a jay" etfeet  Ik^^f^'^^-^f'^U  4)  si <$ 4* *^-  %&  1J.  i.l  * .  j!  t ']  i'.  ?  1  fill ���  I  ',1 ?  li  V  '<J  ���  1  51  ir.  ,!������  t  ���is'  lis  Iii  J.  t'l\  it  I:  1    f"     j  s  }  1 .?.*!������  ���i"!  ������4v  te&  wwumnwuiewHB  iHNn 3  "t  The  Fo  rtuine  Hun  ter  By  C  Copyright.  o   linton  Dangerfield  C. McClure   : fj  1903, by T  "Do you mind telling me," I said,  looking in open wonder nt Alicia's  calico gown unci,rural hat, "what you  are wearing that getup for?"  "Doesn't It seem wuitable to a farmhouse in the countiy'/" she inquired,  with obvious satisfaction in her costume.  "1 can't see why while lawny stuff.  ��� with embroidery and.,things, the kind  you usually wear, wouldn't be, quite  as unostentatious," I said discontentedly. '  Alicia leaned near to me. Really  she ought' not to put that Uisjsable  mouth of hers so close to even a married ' man. Then she svhispered dramatically:'  "I'm poor.    I've lost every cent."  "  "What:"   I  cried,   aghast'.    Alicia   is  not fitted for poverty.  ."Sh!* Xot truly, yon know. I'm  making believe. I want to meet a few  men and know they aro not fortune  hunters."  "Humanity is more decent than,you  usually suppose, it," I said dryly.  "There are a few ripping good poor  fellows in our own set, untainted' by  self seeking, though that guardian aunt  .of yours won't let you believe it."  "Well,   but here,"  said  Alicia,  with  such satisfaction that I knew nt once  some one was on the tapis���"here one  ' can be absolutely sure."  "Whom have yon met?" I asked  Bteruly.  u "No one," said Alicia obstinately.  But the next moment she blushed rosily as a'tall, sun browned young man  came slowly up the wide stops of the  piazza. f.A red handkerchief knotted  around his columnar throat and a wide  hat set slightly a-tilt '-gave a picturesque, finish to him. ,1 am bound to  admit ho looked attractive.  "Mr. Roberts," said Alicia, "I want  to have you meet my friend, Mr. Hamlin Johnson. His wife comes out to  board here next week."  "You arc down to have a look at (he  lay of our country V"  suggested  Roberts, holding out a strong tanned hand  und nearly smashing mine in it.  As,he spoke Alicia vanished.   She re- j wanted me for their ugly daughters or  so near tbe house that by mutual con-  seni v. o had seated ourselves on a log  fo:" -:-discission, "especially as I have  asked Alicia to inai'ry me, mid she said  she would give me her answer tonight."  "She will-give it to you now:" cried  a cler.r voice, and Alicia's own hand  parted the bushes near 'us. "Oh, I  know it's contemptible to listen, but  when your whole happiness depends  on if ���  A little sob choked her sentence.  We both sprang up and stood staring  at her���Roberts with a yearning in-  teutness of gaze, 1 hopefully.  "I certainly trus,t," lie said slowly,  taking off his hat and standing bareheaded in the sunset rays', "that nothing I have'done, Miss"��� '  "Miss Van Anderson henceforth,"  she said significantly and scornfully.  "That nothing I have done, Miss Van  Anderson"���  "Is it nothing." cried the girl, "to  find that you have been deceiving me  all along; that you wanted the heiress,  not mo? If only you had come to me  and said, 'Alicia, 1 know about your  wretched money, but I mean to marry  you in spite of it,' then I would have  respected you. But you preferred to  have uic think you took me for a simple country girl."  To my intense surprise Roberts coolly and audaciously caught both hor  hands in his, fixing a magnetic gaze  full on her face.  "Alicia," he said slowly; "God pity  you. All your life you have proved  how suspicion is born of wealth. That  horrible taint, suspicion, blackens your  whole world. And yet. Cod pity me.  too, I can understand how' your soul  has been soiled by this. I can pity, forgive and love you."  "L6vo me!" cried the girl. "Why  weren't- you honest? You lived a lie  'with ino.l[' ,  ��� "Was   my   pose   much   worse" than  j-ours?" said her lover coolly.   "I'am  Robert Castleton, and my fortune.'dear  child, is double all you can count."  ���\Ve   both   cried   out  in   amazement.  Loosing- Alicia, he drew out from an  inner pocket a locket set round with  rubies and. pressing the spring, showed  us an   exquisite   face,   which   1   recognized  at once.   "My  mother," he said  simply.   "And here are letters, and of  course J can offer you  all  the proofs  you want by telegraph or"���  "But how on earth"��� 1 stammered.  "To be frank." said Robert Cast .-ton  composedly, "I was sick of being hunted   down   by   designing   women   who,  IM  FASHION'S   REALM.  StrlUlnrc  KcalurcH  of  tbt-   Xpiv   Csata  and   Uotini.���The   Holero.  One of the daintiest ball gowns of  the season is the creation of black  tulle ot ranged with any number of  tuckings and gaugings This treatment  of tulle renders it tinner.  Tbe widest possible fichu's and berthas are seen on all decollete costumes,  so that the bodice seems to consist  wholly of the decolletage trimming held  on by a strap or two. Tbe sleeves,  however, are quite fussy, and the flowing, graceful lines of the wing'sleeve  make it especially popular.  Accordion plaited chiffon Is' used a  great deal for evening sleeves; also innumerable small ruflles sewed on a  chiffon foundation.  The foundation slips of thin evening  dresses are ofteu made entirely sepa-  UtihfMVmtes^i  A TIME  SAVER FOR COMPOSITORS.  STICK  Instantly and  accurately lock  to nonpareil or  pica measure.  Note the brace  on side.  : : : :  b1?  " mi  I  ���25 cuils ex  For sale by TORONTO TYPE,FOUNDRY CO., Limited, WINNIPEG, CANADA.  -���mi?    'v  2.:��lEf'k\;'Lr;  ��� n��'S*ffiStn*a/'*'�� 1   1  ?;-Hk'u,ul11  ���m$&,:,m-  ���if//  ftu^1''1'-'' a  uftiri''1 -,ni'"  ----������    1,011  tfS&��  PAIXFUL RIHSUMATrSM.  'Mi|s Trouble U Cim-eil by an Acid  In    tlie  llloo.l, iiuil Can Only bo Cured Tin on;; h  Iho lllooii.  THE AMERICAN  HUSBAND.  A  Study of His  Tr.'illN  Krom  an  IdJtK--  li.sli  l'olut   of   \ iftv.  An American' young m:i;i does not as'  i,i������, ,,���    ,���       .  ,,,    1  , -, ��� a   rule look forward   to  marriage  nor  I Jicnmuiisiu    is    caused   by an acid 1 .,  . . . ,  i��   the    blood.     That    is -a    Jlk.diL.al ! Pi'epare for it by saving iuiy <-uns:<ler-  uuih evor\ auireivi- from this trouble-1 able portion of his antcnuptjnl income,  slo.uld be.,;- 111 mind. Liniments and | When be marries it is usually on short  outward applications ' cannot cure! notice and because lie has fallen u-ry  uimt is ruofil in Urn blood���the, dis- j desperately in love with some one and  i-itif must be cuivd through the | cannot find it in liiy heart 70 wait until  binod.      That    is    the rensi>n rheuma  a 11 'ii:i,i!.  1:  fumed immediately with a huge pan of  green peas and, seating, herself on' the  stop, began shelling them as industriously as though' her future depended  on it. Roberts promptly joined 'her,  while I 'discontentedly dropped into  Alicia's liammock. Alicia -was too utterly -unlike her bored and ennuied  self. She laughed now in low ripples  and then lifted the shining eyes of a  child to Roberts' earnest and altogether too handsome face. J,t would never  do, I told myself, to permit Alicia to  throw herself away on an uncongenial  rustic.  For the next two days I criticised  Roberts fiercely to myself. I could not  but admit that be was manly, that lie  . Beemed capable of taking on polish  and that bis grammar, while not of the  best (he made breaks occasionally),  was reasonably good. He openly and  frankly adored Alicia, who proudly  aired her poverty and exulted in her  captivatlon of a man who must indeed  love her for herself alone.  Rut I could not bear the thought of  It all. At last, for I saw matters were  approaching a climax, I determined to  appeal to Roberts' generosity.  I got him off on a day's fishing, and  as we'caine homeward I prepared my  ' appeal. J led the conversation up to  marriage by beginning to talk of home.  Yes; his father and mother were Jiving, he said. Yes; the old folks did  ' miss him. but he got an extra good  chance to get a job with Farmer ket-  terer, and he guessed they could stand  It awhile longer.  "I  suppose."   I  said   bravely,   "that  some day you will be thinking of marriage, just as they did once."  Ho shot a peculiar glance at me.  "And  when' you  do  marry,"- I  pursued, "of course you want everything  fair and  aboveboard.     You   want   no  chance for ill feeling or mischief male-  t'rs  to  creep   between   you   und  your  wife because there w:is any misapprehension at the beginning."  lie turned red under his tan.  "Misapprehension?   How could there  be?  What do you mean anyw.iv?"  The guilty look on his face cave me  a sudden insight into the matter. A Ins,  poor Alicia! This innocent rustic lover belonged fo the very class of men  sue most abhorred, lie knew who she  was, and ho had deliberately let her  play, her poor little play before him:  "You know who Miss Alicia Gordon  is?" '���  for themselves. If r hadn't seen.Alicia  "once at the opera she would have de-  reived rue as completely as 1 did her."  iris simple, straightforward manner,  the casting off of every shred, of tbe  rusticals he talked, convinced me wholly. 1 burst into a fit of ringing laughter.  "Lord, this is good," I choked���"you  two .flying from   the  fortune  hunters  and then making what will prove thoc  match of the season!"  I turned awayt laughing still. A turn  of the road showed me on glancing  side-wise' Alicia's pretty head reposing  on the fortune hunter's breast.  ^ "Yes, I do," he answered doggedly.  "She is.Alicia Van Anderson, the heiress and society woman.".  "And knowing this nn. you do," I  said, bursting.' with natural indignation, "you dare to lot yourself make  love to her, to let her believe you honest"���   .  "I hold myself honest," he returned  quietly.  "A man cannot be considered honest," I said sternly, "who courts a woman under false pretenses. You are  letting Miss Van Anderson think that'  you love her for ���herself alone."  "And you would argue that I love  .her for her money!" he said in a lone  of bitter sarcasm.  "It looks that way," I retorted angrily. "I mean to let her know the  whole truth unless 'you -have good  sense and manhood enough to nr.ieily  withdraw. You don't want that milv  name 'fortune hunter' applied to you.  do you'.'"  "No. I don't want that applied to  me," Raid  Roberts,  punching  holes  in  Service  I'roiriplly  Accepted.  Many are the'absurd tasks that tho  candidates for Initiation into certain  college fraternities are compelled to  perform before they are entitled to full  membership. Miss Nancy Shykes. an  elderly spinster whose home was in a  college town, was surprised one morning by .a visit from a young man iu  fantastic garb.  "Good morning, madam," he said,  lifting his jaunty little straw hat���it  was in tbe dead of winter. "This is  Miss Sbykes, is it not?"  "Yes, sir. What do you want of  me'.'"  "I am sent here," he replied, with  the utmost solemnity, "by the Eta Bit-  ta Pie society to sweep your kitchen,  paint your house, attend to your  stoves, milk your cow. or do anything  else you may want me to do. I await  your orders, madam.",  Miss Nancy, who was a woman of  rare self possession, reflected a moment.  "All those things have been attended  to, young man," she said, rubbing her  nose, "but you may pay 0.1 the mortgage on my house." .  "How much is it?"  "Four hundred dollars."  "It shall be done, madam." ho said,  without the slightest change in the expression of his face.   "I wish you good  morning."  He lifted his straw hat again, bowed  profoundly and was gone.  It only remains ' to add that tho  young .man, who was the only son of  rich parents and could well afford the  .sum out of his allowance, was as good  as his word.  A BED AND WHITE TOQUE.  rate, and this is a very good idea, for,  if carefully fitted, they may do duty  with several gowns.  . The skirts of all thin and;1 Indeed,  of some .of the heavier materials are  made extremely full all around. The  trimming also tends to make them "appear fuller. It is In the shape of bands  of coarse lace headed and edged by  ruchings or heavy fuellings alone, ei-u  ther of taffeta or chiffon.  Tbe bolero promises to be more to  the fore than ever���that is. the short  bolero, allowing a wide bolt of crushed  velvet or silk to be seen.  Dyed lace .collars of all shapes and  dimensions will appear on spring gar-'  ments.  Collarloss drosses are seen only for  home and restaurant wear. They come  close around the base of the throat aud  are finished off with lace applique or  jeweled effects.  An accordion plaited dress needs very  little trimming save a pretty bolero and  a handsome wide girdle. .  The cut shows a toque of roc1 -id  white fancy weave. It has the iuo:,.--!i  pointed effect iu front and is trimmed  with fancy quills.     '  JUDIC CLIOLLET.  U.-im  yield* almost   like  juj.gii:  to   Dr. |  Williams   I'mk   1'iH...   This  new   blood!  coiUjUei'.s    tfie   p.iinlut    poison,   sweeps j  out     IhO    aching    acid,     soothes    the'  mr\o.s, loosens   the  muscled  and   ban-  i.-hcs  rheum.M ism.     Mr.    Kobert Morrison,   one   of    the    best    Known    aud  most    esteemed    residents   olrCuelph,  Out.,  yn es .striking  testimony  lo  the  truth   of   the  statements   made tu,buve.  lie   .says:   "Myt trouble    came   gradually    and    was   pronounced    muscular  l'hcumn U.sm,. ami   was   located   cljieily  in    mi     neck    and    .shoulders.     1  can  hardly   toil you how  muchd  suffered.  1   was  confined   lo   my   bed   for  fifteen  months.  ,A   great   many   friends  came  to   see' me   miring   that   Lime    and     I  think  I   am  bale in saying   that most  of  i-lTeiii   had  very few   hopes    that    I  "would    get    better.     1   tried    n    {jreat  many   ren'ii-dies   without,    any    lasting  benelit.      Then    I     tried   I'r.   Williams  I'ink   1'ills, and   1  am thankful   to .say  that    through   the   us.'   of   these    pills  and   the   imlelittigable   n'ur.sing   of   my  v, He   I   iim;igaiii on my feet.    My  neck  is   still   sonu-ahal   stiff,   but   the   pain  1-;  gone.     J   .iiit   now   in   my   T'.Hii  >car  and   1�� feel ' that     I   owe   much   to   Dr.  U illiams'   ['ink   Pills."  Tiles.- pills Ji.i\e cil red thousands of  the \ cry wor.-a, cas.-s of ni'iiralgia, !  rheumatism] -cutica, lumbago and ;  hue K.icie-s. and they entt <\o the same j  for von. Sold.!'-, all medicine dealers '  or sent by ihail at oil cents a box, ,  or six lioxe.s for :<2.."ju, by writing,  the la-. Williams' Medicine Go., Urock-'  \ille,  tint..  (\i mberw elf I l-'.iii;.) !!  cil h;i\e dec.ifed tn |il,,f  ting news m the I'ainl  Libraries.  'i-oUtth Ci.im-  ' oui 'a II be: -  ���rw.-li   'I'nMu  cold caution declares the venture advisable. Even when an engagement  is a long one ho usually squanders so  much on gifts and eniertainmeius for  his fiancee that there'is only a very  moderate amount to begin huusekeop  ing on. Thus before bis marriage ihe  young American of the middle class  begins to give evidence of what is to  be Ills chief national characteristic as  a husband���his unfailing.'unselfish and  almost improvident generosity.  The middle class husband in America  rarely interferes with the affairs of the  household, lie hardly knows the cost  of staple articles of food. ''As a rule he  .does not make his wife a regular allowance either for household /or personal expenses', but gives her as much  as he can spare, fzvely. but with a lack  of system that is not conducive to the  | best outlay of their income.  | The young American husband is also  | very indulgent to his wife's fondness  for fine clothes. He, would far rather  [,have an extravagant wife than a  I dowdy one. und. niihough he grumbles  | occasionally at a millinery bill, in reals' ity ho glories in the resplendent np-  [ poaraiice of his wife in her lino feuih-  1 ers. 'The Ameri'-aii husband' is raie"  who does riot concede his wife's right  to expend a much larger sum with 1\pv  dressmaker than he does with Ids  tailor. Indeed lie' often leaves his  tailor altogether and cheerfully repairs-  to (the ready made clothing house inv  order that his wife may have more  money for extravagant finery.���London  Telegraph.  Prompt   Dc-Ul,,.,  Tho secret of ^e!mu ,;, (j  nielhod. < irdi-r, ii !,,.. '-,  G'od's'first law.' ],', ,��� ,; ,n ,,,  let your work  hands It is not y\<,  arrears of work. W-.,.;. ,���,  put on with heavy );,-,,,,.'  unto the day Is (he ,..,| x.  becomes intoleiahie \\ ;l  tomorrow.  If 1  may P'comn.cnil j^-,  for    saving     T i un-    ,...,���   ,  tjtrength   limy  shall  .N��� ;|..  letters.   ke,ep   up I1 "i.'i ''i.;'-,  ynflr minds.    In the .r. ,-.,,  a prompt decision i, .,; <,.., ,  lain .than  a   right ile. ., ���.,  makes up his.mind jim-; , ,;.  wrongly, but if so |u. |_|.,js,  lake,   corrects am'  another  nmn'-has  possible   to' waste  lime'  by   thinking,   und m,  talking (,over  nciiens,    ;���  are .sometimes wiser tl ,n  ] generally   wiser than \\.u\  ���*������  m  El.o  Ism  ���ail  i  mi  r-:i  WW  d  Sir   IMiIllp   I'Vaneix  in  (aril,,  Francis, the Sir j'h';i:;i !'��� ::..i,j  many ingenious critic b,...it.  ; ance of probability, nisi., i .n..  j tying with the author (.r Uj, !.������;,  i .Junius, was an inw'j.'ilim n.  ! Cards dominated ore- ti.v wiiuU-l  [ Indian society of (',,1. iin:i i>,,  j days, and. many a . runt- mill *,  i Ihe unhappy innlu-s lmii jn n;,v  1 the losses at the gain in;: t.il'.cu.'t  i alien rulers.  i When In India, it was ���> lii.t.  i Francis to spend every i,;���.it in  ! amusement, and he- ioi;n,J ,u. :.U'  { adjutor at the card table in :U"..;  .I line   M..'  09k  CANINE'MEMORY.'  Af   an   ihquesi   on n   child  it   wa- .- taied   t ha'   ! he dr.-.  one    of    se\ en    children.   ..!:  had  been   born  blind.  .it   I'oi'l.tr  .���iseiS    u as  Hi , u horn  i his   colleagues,    i,:;i|y  I who   was   reckoned  "n   \ cry  ^i;  J whist player."   d'ncd fort'ine 'A-:,  i shone on the plans <j!  I'imi..'.-.. .  ! 117.1 he was visited w.tli ":iu c.\t:  j nary' run' of  hick.", se iii.ukc! ;  ] that he had "acti'ialiy wnii a l'"i*  I Himior.'   which seinetiuii-s ex:-.���'���  ! went so far as to e.^hmide liii ^'...  1 oO lacs of rupees.  DRESS  HINTS.  Smart  Coloring���t'tHIty  Uon-nii^The  .     Ilcvlvnl   of  Jet.  A general utility gown is one of the  necessary items of a spring wardrobe,  and this is both economical and pretty  made of veiling in black, gray or lavender and trimmed simply with shirr-  ings and embroideries of the same  color.  For the woman who can wear it  there is a peculiar shade of blue half  between light and dark.   This is very  '''here   mi-ht   mils   mid    new:-   wil!   no   n  >.-n\ ersul   eumnvii,  m   on.'   rOuu-il\.   for   all  iir.s   It.   uhfch   Ih-.sJi   is   li.-ir���   ih..   mtv   iui-  lino   of   munv   ciirtUivi-.x   Ijeintr   >-i.i h   Ihrttl  u.-ic    Llie    uiTiiii-   ol   mine-   nml   iiillficiit.lv i  hfutcd   disease      rooted   in   tho   s\slfin   ot '  III*;    nnUeiit ��� n Inn    would    n-luno    ono    ill!  in   turn   would   airirniMUe   the   oilier      Wei  huve.      however,      in   Quimne   Wine,   wlioni  ohlainablt-.m  sound.   uii.idiilUM.aed  Mute, I  it rt-nii'dy   for   mioiv  und   ��i,viuuv   ids      llv |  its   lrnuiual   mid   uidiciou"'.   use   the   litulcnll  s,\ stems    am    led    into    eonvitlt'.scem-e   und '  htlellylh     l)V     1llt>    lnflueiKi-     tt Jl 1 c|l     Cjllilllllt'i  t-x.-rf-   on   nature'.s   own   rest or :<l ivcs       Iti  relieves      the     drooniut;   smiils   of   llv>  )se  niurliid  A  Collar  of  IJrjuvii.  According to Dr. Johnson, brawn is  of uncertain etymology und is u term  used for the "tleshy or ' musculous  parts" of a boar from two to five years  old. This, semitransparent. substance,  called sometimes lantern from its similarity to horn, is a natural -shield  which protects the sides of the boar  and its vital parts from the,tusks of  an adversary. -        ,  In brawn making this is placed  round the inside of u mold and filled in  with prepared meat. After boiling for  many hours it is turned out as a. "collar of brawn."  In Chaucer's "Tales" the "begging  frere" says. "Give wa of your brawn, if  ye have any," and wo read in old records of "brawue royall" for the Iclng'a  table ot coronation feasts. At the revels of the Inns of courts it was a  breakfast dish at Christmas, and it  still holds its own as an accepted  dainty.  Dr. King, the satirist, about 1750 introduces in his "Art of Cookery" a celebrated cook named Brawn as if to imply some connection between the man  with       whom   11   ctiionu*   stale   of  despondency   und   luck   of   interest    in   life!  is   a     disease,     mid   bv   t runiiuih/iiii;   the!  iiorw.s.   disi-c-es   to   sound   mid   ivlreslmm I  .Meen���inipiirtfe   \iiror   to   tlie   lotion   oi   Hit"  hlood w-hiUj, beiriff sliiniilnted, (-our-.- i  tlirouirli the veins. .sircayt h"nini- the!  heid thy am ma! functions a] \.\v -.vsti-m I  theteby iii.ikmi: ucliviti, a. iM.i;,.. .,���rv r,..' j  hidi. ntreinrtlioniiitr the frame and .nvuic !  hie   to   the   ditreslno ormms.   which mil u- j  rullv ili-niHiid incies-'d 'siib.-.tunu���result ,  nniiroved uopetite. ' Nort hrop .< I,..,,,,,,, '  of Toronto. Imve um\.-h ;.., u.e ;i!a,li(-  their Superior (.nitinne \\ me nt the usual  rate, .and, gauged by the opinion;! ol  Hclf-ntists, the wine approaches nomest  jierfection of, any in the murket. y�� 11  iii-uirirists  sell   it.  I Hiring tbe decade 1 flfl-I-l iill.'J 1 he  cost, of pauperism in London increiis-1-  ed from 2s :iUl per head of the population  to  3s.  Tlii- curious ' sight is presented at  the village of Xctlletoii. Lincolnshire, of men gathering in a portion  of Inst, year's harvest .  rlui.m; -|i>t[i nos.' p.,, [|. -A  pinched h.\- jio\.'rty isn't  bi'ing   pinched   by ;i   cop.  inpil(  111   it  Ally  W it il  The   sprinij   po"t     doesn't  realize.  Urn t,~ there is ahy.ay.s  one  more  in   the  waste bask.  rod, for v.c had got I and the meat.���London Home Notes.  COImARLESS BLOUSE.  effective when made up with dyed Iaee  or embroidery to match and a black  and white hat having ostrich tips for  trimming.  iN'ot much red is being shown unless  In the odd crushed strawberry or.vvlno  shades, and, after all, red is not a  spring shade, but some very dainty  gowns are shown in champagne colored veiling embroidered with deep red  motifs In silk and chiffon velvet.,  The revival of jet is marked. It appears both on day and evening gowns.  In Paris they are even using it as a  trimming for white frocks. Jet boleros  arc: mounted ou a foundation of' chan-  tilly lace and sometimes on cream guipure.  The cut shows a collarloss blouse of  pale blue accordion plaiting. The material is crepe de chine trimmed with  bandings of ecru lace.  JUDIC CHOLLET,  hair.food. It feeds, nourishes.  The hair stops falling, grows  long and heavy, and.lall dandruff disappears.  -iV.^.1/. ,'Jlr,'"ifl coming out tbrrlblT. I win  v'r"st nfra,tl, to comb It. Jlut Ayor'a Hair  r.K,��� ?ri?'pl]* ��to|'l'0<1 tlie falliDK.and aljo  rentorod tho imtural color."  Mas. JE, o. K.-WAUD, Landing, N. J.  1.00 ft bottle.  for  The Storr of a IVt   Dull Terrier Tlinl  Did Xot   Korirtft.  A gentlejiian who is a.j:n\':t traveler  and who is always aecompa.-.ied iu his  .wanderhig-s���-L\v-u-lnili terrier, to .which  he is much ���attache.!, arrived one ih'.y  in the city of Florence.    His dog was  for some reason intrusted  to  the e:\vi.'  of the porter at the station, and in the  excitement of the crowd and under the  unusual experience of being separated  from  his  master,   who generally kept  the    animal    with    him.    r.runo    was  moved to make his escape.    The mod  careful search, was  made, and  before  going to his hotel the traveler went to  the police  station   to  notify   the  gendarmes of,his loss.    U was more than  an  hour before ho  reached   bis  hotel.  When lie got therr-he spoke of bis lo-;-,  so thatif anything was heard of the dm:  it would he understood that the animal  belonged to him.    To his astonishment  the porter said: "Hut your dog Is here,  sir.    lie came before yon, :\:>u  wo did  not know to whom be belonged."   "The  dog is here!" repeated  the gentleman  in   surprise.     "How   came   lie   here?"  "ire ran in, sir. about half an hour ago.  and, after snntling about the otlice for  awhile, lie ran tips!airs.    I gave orders  to have him driven out, but tlie boys  liave  been "busy,  and   ho  is   nn   there j  somewhere   now."    The   traveler;   of |  'course,'" Avent   upstairs   at   once,   audi  there on the mat before the chamber j  numbered 4-1  lay  P.runo,  who  sprung I  up  with  the  most  frantic denmnstra- j  lions of delight at finding  his  master !  again..   The    gentleman    remembered '  that (wo .years previous he  had  been |  with Ihe dog at Florence and had stay. !  ed at tliis hotel.   lie did not remember i  tliat  he  had   occupied   this   particular j  room, but on reference to the hotel reg-  Ister sueli was found .to be the fact.  ;     THE  BULL'S' EYE.    "  Hotv  tlie Ccnloi- ���r   < lie Tn ntet   Omio  <��>   lie   So   .\Mined.  Why is the target's bull's eye so called? ,  , This' is one of many instances In our  language where words liave gained a  higher status (lijiii tliat with which  they .started and have been promoted  from the. slang .dictionary to' the dictionary of words of respectable and  current use.  'Bull's eye is.found in the dictionary  of "The Canting Crew" so far back' as  .KlfiO and was the vulgar word for the  central  ring  of the  (sirget used as a  mark for archers,  which  was colored  differently from the other rings.    Thin  may   have   arisen   from   (he   ancient  rounded Hbields, cut out of ox hide a net  strengthened   with  a  spike 0r  central  boss  for this  shield   or targcl;   hence  target ivas often used-.as a'mark itself;  Vi'heii sheet <;\iVA:i he--,,, (0''i���. manufactured (lie tbiel;oned pm-t, where the  tube had been attached.-was called the  bull's o.ve.   Then this term was successively applied to a lens of glass, especially  in a ship's side,  to the  Ions of  Ihe lantern,   to  the  lanl-rn  itself and  finally to the central'boss of a targe:  ������London Answers. '  H��   Wouldn't   Ml** J'rar''r'  When rrofossor Tiielcr '>K'- "!'���  Tucker at IJowdoin ��(���'.!>���-'��� tV-t  rung for prayers at the t \>.\\<?'- -ls  very early in-Ihe morning. ..'."' ''  Imperative upon tutui-s and 1 ���''.  respond., .is a tutor Mr. 'In-'  very popular, although vviy stn  he was a/wnys prompt to t;.  place at tin; bead of hiri class  early  morning devotions.  One morning, however, he (<":  clothing gone and' his door n.'i  tlie bell was ririgiuj;.    l-'iad:i:^  ct he soon split the door den;.,  tl  clot  a  serenity on his expressiw .maiii'ii  lie took bis custom.ii-.v pl.n e. ;.:u:  ther then nor afterM,.i.l \'-''re ��,j:  complaint beard fro.-., l.-ai  m  ���mm  'Wtiaam  ���i'-iyM^.  ���v'KW  ft ������ft-ffis  ���fefS-P  .e   last   stroke   of   the   Irv. .-i "'���:",k>J^Mu,1',,  othed in lus slnrl and :i !���..'.' "��� ^ J^vtro'duc-.i  lis,   barefooted,   but  wim  .'- ���-"���;,"-feerft^"il  :'  it^nesai.' i''  '���iv^Moydr I., i  ^ttHeH.    ������  !.��Aiffl*aS  ���!!r��� of Hic^��nK  It so happened one ir.xM ,,ia lftt%W  thunt   tLfeX^'  DrujBT   Store  I.ljflit*  Apot)ie<'aries were ouco i'l the ha  of using a red ligluas ;i s  trade  druysLst    found    him-elf   wuhuie   ti.<^  necessary red li^lir, s-o as a sul^uti%f  he jdaced a bottle of red lic.iiid m t':|S  window,  with a candle bWuiul it-  Hl|i9  was  so   well   pleased  with  tl)l-, clTl'l;|^^-^-r  tliat  he  placed   another Iipttio of ^^MlH  x'"  li'  ipM  ..i.ii   lie    I'liiccu    aiiuoii'i    iy"'- H'^f^rojstW  i'juid in another window.      - PM)^''1  This sign  made such n brave ^r f$M&* ''  ,.   envious  rival  c:.��t :M ^g  of improving tin- ^";   g$��|sj��li  ing  that  ai  for means ot ini|  hit upon  the scheme of p'a'-i  tie of yellow  ihiuid hy the s,  red oik  oils eiforts and  cai'riei  by  placing a  green  bottle h>  of the yellow line.   The three  sign wliicb caught the appreva  town, and all the dniggisH <!'"  and  then surpassed  lu'i'1''  HI  |..-J..kU'h  ii. J> 1  ���i tin  i.'tiyf  lowed  in   the   footstciis  of th��'ir "ljr'  original rivals.  The  bottles, were  later  nil>hu''\1  tin; handsome colored vast's \\ hicliL  iibw such' a fainiliar sign all over  WOt'li.b ' '''    ,     '���   ���  Too    I.on^   F(��r   IIIji   llii"*'''  During the ���An'iericai) civil war tin"  was'an assistant surgeon��� In t|M1 "n b  \u\'  lull  n  six   feet   four..'-inches  higli.   wh'-'  serviiig on  boardthe I'eiioli.scot. w  ^vas only live feet eight inches-l'l'ty"  decks.     Thu .(loctor's'.biiiik   w;lS H '  six  feet   in   length,  so'that  he w:i�� lir  coiul'orlable- eveji   in   lying  deWii.  bau   weather, on,'tlie' hlork.'idc  "'"  the -.li'l'  doctor, was deprived <!V'eu  ���comfort of uncoiling on deck-  considering the ma Iter .thorotig  remeinlauing that long letters  department   were not always r��  Mi,    ;,;,  &Df.l!w.u  umlli-s nt  M',h:"  l|rl"^'t ;i  iijvgiiil wil  ^  the spray  Was  breaking over  flic  doctor  'was1 deprived  oven of  Ah'1  hly u"1  to tl"  ���ad  "'  n..1   always   considered,   lie   wrote   H  i'rdlo.ws:  l'h.n.    Cldeon    Wella, . ���SoorclM'T    of   '"  K'avy: , )lt  Sir    l.enjvtb  of fair.'.'fdii. C   feft  *'���  "' ''  ofwardroom, & feel .N.    Hesju'i 'I |[l"\',  10.  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1,1 feiUj Lb" vahd,st,re»gh...
:.vtl,(:ir:,iitj.le.,^..<'s .;;•'..
;,,;.m '.'-AVbat. .stronger
■0:'l;;ildets    cei'Winlv  fill
;,, V()i);'5i,ake;;ror:;;rl;i<'m,;,^
..J.iiiri'.^cii;-^^-. .;.-.■:; V.-c«^-:.
,■'-■;',  'per^'ct, iMcdiciue,::' lor
'■■.'■'  lv -;.tV>-:-.'kce|>;iheif'i  .'in
'i';!f.r   in^nelKllciae,,.;^)!-/;:'11
*'     '^r:poSt]^id;:Vfo'r,,2o
, t I
How Tl»ey Are Atteeted by the Shock
of tbe DUcliurjie ol BiK finni-The
Od«l Way Iu Which Somo Earn Are
Played  L'i»on  by   Vtirioim Soundn.       |
Whenever a big guu is fired at Fort
Hancock,   the   government's   proving
i grounds on Sandy Hook, the officers in
, chars* advise all spectators to stand
' on thoir tiptoes, stick their fingers in j
their oars and open their mouths.   On
Welland   Merchant   Restored   to
Health by Dodd's Kidney    ,
1   i»  Hrouiilit Cuuil   l-'ort uni-  Iu  Theater
' ScktH   to   a AVuiuan.
'   ri:a-ie  is an elderly  v. oiu.in in  New
"iork. who invariably jiets a dollar and
h-ilf  seat in  the  lirst balcony  of  a
Doctor* ami Mcdlclix; F.illi'd-Delhi's Kidney Villi ■Miuc.fcdfd—Oilier Cu.-..--* Tltey
.Just Scum to   Suit.
Wullurid.   Out,  May  HO  (Special).—
tutu *ais u"u un-u I \ okom,  a prominent merchant
boarii ship, where conditions are sucU !   ^   ^
:Ji.l-'. ;■;;
' |!ri
•{it; in thrill
lip i'Kitui-iit'
I.     ■ <. ■ '   '.-. ;
Iciitiii ':ki,
i:ill its', liife;'
iAu ■.ii..:ohyngt-t^weftri;ntrt
el   this  City,   is  telling  his   IiumkIs   ol
his lenuirkable cure o!  a U-mblc Kidney  JMsi-d.se   by   Uodd's  Kidney   Pills.
Mi. WiKom's statement   is as lollows:
■■roi  more th.ui a year I  had    been
uihng with  Kidney Trouble ia ail its
worst sMiptoms.    I  had  a  distressed
P-elme; m my head, little oi  no appetite and a leelme; of languor.       I    became greatly  reduced  in   weight.
' Doctors     und     medicine    lulled   to
Hive mo anv  benefit i became despondent  when   !■<■ K»»*» hllU   '  <(|lll,lC(-'d  \°
try Dodd's Kidney Pills and from the
lust    Llu-\     seemed    to    sun   n.v   case.
\ftor .. taking    five     boxns     the    o.u
u-oublo     bad     gradually   disappeared
.„nl   I  v.as  leelme:  butter  than  i  bud
m many years."
Uodd's Kidney Pills suit tho case
(,f every man, woman or child who
,,ilS «i./ lorm of Kidney Disease,
■"hey  always cure and  cure  pernmnt-
"",'.". j'<    J-'OU    UKA'.^At'nK-
' ',,'.     u,   which   WKU.wi   «r.-
•"■" ,,'„   ,.„.„.. becomes   ">«««»«
'     ,.      iii.n 'they   too    rtie.,v
'"    ,   sto,.,.u).   <■'•<"-:•-"<    ,""1;
;        .    I I,.    pill*.    .11'''    »    '•S'C«-vl>
,    ,. "..I    I.lle    iell.-v.-s    the    1"^
, , ,lt   t line  there are nenr-
,    .llMl.  ,,|1   outrreliel'   in   -S'»'-
'       ,aj   2 mm   iii   1 he   w orU-
,  ,,,' ,,    mi,(minium, of  'S2*,-
:iumilihrly■ known" as
.'■was ',at 'Mun(:hest&r
s-ts  in, (ini.;; ca'se*   ;.. nd,
.li i; Ti li j i tl ..Cost H.,diVjMciv,'CHv,(;wp; others
t(;le^i-aiiis^wereyi"bun(l at 'his. ouice.as
-1L' lil lit.' i-V   *V-f^MM
\v..n a :e:;llf^^^^
liile hi-:
A piii5i(jW,:;.:.-tth;:'A uigr.;"t'':.'1-*40':ii'':'-
---'■■ c:.',': '■' i,i i \|;' i i a' i'i H^s^'v^--' ,cr<.Yjyrv -v-^r.':=:.."
.'■■■-■ Nly.v^j'iri^iiiyir'.'-Hv'.jiuiy.,-••■. A- years-
!-..t.-ATiiiilv';- A'."'j.i'i'w- divyS; ilatf-T
c'.i.r'.! i(i'',ihr,i.,i,'',;Ui.iiPsvlh"ei'j"'.''hji,t-
]ji\..iirtwif Qu,V"„in;;,iHmiiinii Sores;
s!•;'.v-j!i!il- .f'uet.--:■.■■■.ii'()ihihit':'.,.to7::'hf l'j'.
■:,l^, ■V.-r.iiihiiemleif .■ :';"mi,n:a;uu'H'
'; ;u liiti,,: ufler   usint; vlw.o' ;bol,r
''ui.n|>iiliirV;:«Mii'.'d 'diy. alii., jiu'inc
■.'ii.nii, ■•, 'i'-'enn.-l ■ridv,. feii.y,-.-: A Sieved
'.'■i''ii.c.i.l'ii-;ifif- ' ivhieh bus .liii.il .,'■.. u.»'
U*;..ir ■tdv!-ic'*u'cli"'fl'iuVei'-Hal'-,.'su'tr
' \,,A, ■,;./.,■' v:-..' ,>lyA .t'bKK'r;-; ?,;
.,.::...,',;. l';':':.: '■',■' i-i'DcrVJ 1 .•:'■ 31>rchiiu V'.•■'':"•■'■
UOillU.   Blill),    >it».i.«,   v.^...^..,	
Tjiat one cannot get far away from a
thirteun inch rifle, the more sensitive
ti.iiiuhx the oilicers and sailors place a
cork or chunk of rubber between their
teeth when there is about to be a discharge. , Men   have   been   known   to
bleed in the ear from the effects of thu
concussion caused by a much smaller
gun than  a thirteen inch bore.    One
of tbe ofiic'ei'3  ut Fort ^tancock" was
uskvd.to explain the philosophy of ele-
1 vatiug oneself on tbe toes, placing nn-
t'ei-s hi ears and opening the mouth.
"Standing on the toes Is like staifd-
inj; on a spring," he replied, "while
standing on the heel or full sole of
the, foot,is like standing on a solid. By
placing a, spring between your person
and' a. violent force tho Impact is so
weakened that you are unlikely to suf- j lj.
fer Injury.   In the tiring of heavy ord- 1 , 	
nance a hcvci-c shock may be received 1'  im-i   s..\mour.
from the ground.    ' ' ji he ■-Silver Knur
"A.8 for the fingers In the ears, that's ' l'mcd  r."iii and n
plain enough.   It is simply closing the '
auditory canal to prevent the ingress
^rTiTc'"air which is set in. intense vibration   by   the   discharge.    Many    a
careless soldier has had his tympanic
membrane destroyed by neglecting to
close up his ears, either with his fin-1
gets or some foreign'substance. i
"It Is wise to open the mouth,
reason that to do so tends to equalize
the pressure cuused by the detonation.,
"With the mouth closed the pressure is
on Ihe external side of the tympanic
luciubrune, forcing it inward and splitting it. When the mouth is open this
Is offset by the same pressure from
within, by means of the eustachian i
tube. ' I
"Many men in the artillery are minus, tympanic membranes,' but that
wonderful design of nature is not absolutely  necessary to hearing.    When j 	
It is torn the bearing is impaired, cer- ; AI a conference of ^local autiion-
tiiinly. but, not destroyed, since the ims .tnd huulo\\ii"rs on ihe seaboaid
siirroundliis air then acts directly upon ^.civvc-en Harwich and Ih-iu.hilmiise.i,
the membranes of tbe two orifices, held at L'lucum-on-Sea. it was stat-
.NoililiiB'ln anatomy is more beautiful   «l  tbat   dunnK tin- last   thirty  >v»i*
V *   *. -.   «,^      i    the   sea^   encroachment on  so
than the arrangement of  the  ear.    1   U,L , (     v  ^   ^  thi; r.
a   n-iir  seat in   i.e.-  usu  uuhu...,   -^  „
Bioudway theater lor r.u cents just be-
. ( ails.- she on> e made a ta'-tiul reply to
\ ihe box oflne  man.    She hud  been in
the habit of buying a scut for herself
' i the ton gullery for some time w ith-
out anything unusual happening, until
one day she thanked ihe b.>\ unite man
for giving her a pal ticuhu ly good seat.
"1 like to do it fur you," he said, "because you look just like my mother."
"You think, 1  suppose," she replied,
"that, your   mother    is   the   dearest,
sweetest woman m ihe worldV"
"I do," the" box olhce man declared
"Well, then. ' that is the prottiest
compliment I have ever received," she
said smilingly, "ami 1 thank you for it
very much."
U'he' next time one went to buy a
fifty cent seat the man parsed her out
one for the first row in'the balcony.
"But I don't want to nay that much,"
she protested. ..
"Take ir, with my compliments," he
said.   "It is my pleasure."
And he has kept the custom'up now
for moroythan two seasons.
.. The'"M'ai (iu::-  ,'of   Anglesey,   bavin','.; j '.-■'Albert. "Palmer,   a,  well-known   Kne,--
I retired ,from    i he .'inr.oteur -corps ,,:ile   lj.sh. cross-count,ry runner' aiid captain
balh'i,  1ms   arrived ■ at ■ Alofi'l v  f'liriovo.f  the  Newport l.lari'iers,' 'was crush-"
' i'or.a' little   r'c«t.-.,   l'lis  Uinlsluj.i ■ v.ii'o   M  to  death  while .shunting' a .'truck-'
has.'adopted a. iVijliy,  is ..dev.^i in'p; him-'.. 1'oa.ii  t>f r'bricks 'wherp ,he. -was employ-
self seriously ti'i douiestir (hiiies. (lis 'ed. He Was pinned iiy a 'truck to the '
.siute .includes;' Uyo:; valets, " a - 'hair- ;.\yall,'■■'■'and ■•'both 'wail and truck hud ;
j dresser,, two-.v/i-f  nurses,  andisix., pi'i...t'.o.-''b6'i;ireiJi.ov.'e'd'.'bei"ore:.lie';cpuld be.'ex-
do'gs„,   ', ( .... \ /" '    ;,".': /':,.    '.'tricated:.'.■■■■•', '..'.■•.''',■ ':.'■■ ■■■■■'■ ;,-..o,:"
An Ailment Which is Ribst Dreaded on Account of its
Fniglitfully PainfuS and Fata! Developments.
siiownm  a
$100 Reward $100.
r,t thld caner will be ple«ed to
ira oi  buiuc i».Wb  .      „      .     1 "' '"V Xie liaJ l«it one dreaded .JI.wm
"It is wise to open the mouth, for the , i-«r» u.»« ti..it 1. a _ _ti_   tn Mip|i ln all Iu
- <«,.,   in"!  / '•<• \"i^ cure now known 10 th.
...,,,.1 rti^a-*. n-qulii« a c° fcen ,nternally.
„„.„! 11,.11's ^""^.^lood and mucous Eur-
wili.*cll.Hcily oi-on tin Wooa deBlroylnB th.
■„, <*    of    lh"    i.vstem.    inert"/.   ",.., .h,   tin.-.
•I.M.t  »tr-.iKth  »'>' build r.g»v Th#
<nJ a«.iai.ng "«unr« '"h taUh in lw curaUv.
...npnnoif have «o "J" 0,,e Hundred Dollar!
r^^l^U^I.-^.    SendrorlUt
,j  i«iln.onls-l^   •jddc17EN'EY4:CO.,Toledo,0.
'=ol1 hv all diuBSls.". 15f:     ....
il>- F»ni!ly rirn^re^ejbe.t.
the   sea's   eiicroaC-hnmnt on  f-oin-
than  xnu  unuiiftv .*-v---   - ,i«f.   iu,ou,i,,,M^   \J*U
have made a study of it since coming   I fivl u 5UllI-:
here   as I  bad the misfortune to lose
cue 'of my tympanic '^'mbra.io^
The inner membrane of the cochlea
The   Way   Lco'h   Old   Ne^ro   Kept   Out
of   Mullet   ilniiKC
When  Cicnernl   ltobert 10.   Lee  was
fis'utiiiK Grant iu  "the last days"  an
old dtirky besie{,r«d lieiuhpiarterrt with
requests to see "the gin'rul.''   He was
turned away a dozen tunes.   But one
day   lie   succeeded    in,   reaching   the
guard immediately in front of General
Lee's tent.   The alten ation which followed was overheard by General Lee,
-who called out, "Let that man come
in."     Then   into   the   tent   eame   tbe
fellow,  a' rawboned,  shambling, gray
headed,    gnarled    old    darky,    who
scraped the ground with his foot and
kept turning his hat around nervously
in his hand. ' °
"Well,  where do  you  belong?'  demanded General Lee.
"I b'longs to y'r company, gln'ral,"
returned tbe darky.
r "No; you don't." declared the general
sharply.   "Everybody in rmy company
lias been  shot.   How  is  it, that you
haven't been?"
""The darky scratched his head. Then
from his twisted .month camera confidential whisper: "Well, yo' see, gin'ral,
it's this a-way.  I ain't been shot "caze
when dey's a fight goin' on 1 always
stays with the gin rals."— Lippincott's.
About   tti«
Exposure to cold and dampness.
Cold settling on the Kidneys, straining af the kidneys, loins or back,
over eating or excessive use oi alcohol, blows o'r injuries to the back,
result of malaria, or other fevers.
Liver disorders urc also a frequent
causo of kidney disease, and this
helpa to account for the extraordinary success of Dr. Chase's Kidney-
Liver Pills as a cure for complicated
and chronic disease of the kidneys.
Since the kidneys are the chief
means of removing the poisonous impurities from the system they must
be kept healthy and active.
When from any of the above causes
tho kidneys become deranged tho
first symptom is usually backache.
Then is the time, to begin the use of
Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.
The very thought of the usual development of kidney disease is
enough warning to any one to take
prompt action, and there is the testimony of thousands to point you" to
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills as
the most effective treatment.
Mr.    William    E.    llolditch,     Port
Robinson,   Out.,    states:   "I    was for
'several  years, a    great >ufTerer   from
kidney trouble, from, which dread di-
jsoase 1  am  now,  happily,  free.  I had
allthe'usiml   symptoms   in   an   aifgra-
|vnU>d  decree,  ami  ;it times  was completely   incapacitated   with     pains    in
the   buck,   biliousness   and,, headache.
1  had little or no appetite;  insomnia
lesiilted,  and my  condition  was rual-
lly    wretched.       I    became    emaciated
'and grew  despondent and hopeless o»
j relief,    as,,   1    had    taken    treatment
.from  doctors  to no-avail.
finally,   on  the   advice of a friend,
I  began    using   Dr.   Chase's    Kidney-
Li \er  1'illb,   and,   after   using   a    few
boxes,  I  v>as   again   enjoying health
and  vigor,    us    the  woist  sj mptoms
had  entirely   passed   away.      When    I
I think of my present good  health,    in
(comparison   v. ith  my   miserable   condition   oi   three    vears    ago,   1   would
'.not  go  back  to   my 'former  state  for
1 any  amount of    money.      I    may    be
I considered     enthusiastic       over      Dr.
'.Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,  but,  con-
•'sidering    the    benefit    derived     from
(them, 1  havo every reason  to he."
I    Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills, one
'pill  a   dose,   '2."ic.   a  box, ut   all   dealers,  or Edmamion,  Dates  <Si  Co.,  Toronto.    To   piotect  you   against   imitations 1 he jiroir.uL and  signature of
Dr.   A.   W.   Chase, the famous  receipt
'book author, are on every box.
By-Royal Warrant, Millers ta B. t, II. Be Prto «t'»
J *  ■■■ — ^mir-iii »■  ■■■■■»■■■— «•*■
•01L,VlE5S '
i,.-,:•;, s't;! Jj(» ;VT(.vSU It -.-  O f :.. :U,.
V V '\:..uiiLii''i:':"b;roUier
"'gn'ii when■:di. ,weiVt :otL
-iki'at'- '--iioViuson".'ii) ;"vhM
N8| ■•''—-^-~--^~-;" ->^a '
i... 'i-.K&:r :f^^P's Liniiiienauinbefmau's^riend.;
?Jf ■S'/'ii"SWH\V..!^"«"^"':^u!'ri-y: 1 Kng;)
,C■'t.°. ^•1^i^^W!,,,ni!V(',',,,uui1 le.-.   sfal.^/. that
iqr 'naii..ti iV-^^^^d': oi-'uMendance.'.',,   '-: ; L '■■''   ; ':''".
:l.-jiilirm ^u:'|^t¥oa|i(-eil    i'.ir- <l VsniH-ry;  -.'ibiirrliiWi'.,-- >'hm-
1 ;.V,. ,t,n.;t,,.KS3p'cO:, ' h .v:AAA* ;ly:.'.v'r.-i'iv.i:: »'»>.
U.'„.<.'nUt!tWl.,..-|S%^|.j...1.   i|s   ui  HT..,.t   ■«■ positive',v.iir.-,.- ,Mn-
art-.0'! «• i h i n;.f.'
'•'I'lio inrn...  r„. .SI,i:KI'LKSSNI-'SS —Whon     the     i.C'n^
IHO  lntlOl    Diu.iiu.au>.,..   .. ar„    lIllnUullB    lU1,i    Uu-    ut.olo    l,od>    RiM-I.
!s lined with elastic fibers, discovered < ui>  u.  wiviciiediiei-.,   wheii^u«ii===auuiL___
' > •-"'««.„„ rriif.v fulcd «iih |d"Oii. and disui.il foi eTjt.TTTTriJ^
tin- it>-ull oi (leianireuii'in of l'hO tildes
Use orgiius. hhv^ileSMies-J comes lo add
11> llu- <lisiiv.j>. ' li only llie Mil>»-..-l
eould -si<—1> tliere would he o!.li\ ion mi
a ivhile u iii I tenuior.i t .\S i ehel Pa rmeh'e >-
Vt'^cUdde 1'ihh ui!l *■ not. onl> nvhu-o
si.t-ii lint will an. so 1'iMiolici.ir.y lH.il
the   Mjh led   \wll   wake   reliesle-d     iiiut     i e-
.-•ll. '"oi
hi; (*.'ii	
' ..irir-ls' ai feiidinii- 1 lascomlH'
v School has. walked,. ti.TOU
■•lioo.l  iii' ,llie: course .'iii'    hei'
by Cortl and bearing his name. They
apparently ,form the terminations of
the filainents ot the auditory nerve.
Uelniholtz, the greatest authority on
acoustics the world has produced, declared that each one ot these libers is klll
nltuned to a special note, and as they moi.-u to huppmexs
are above 3,000 in number there must I ~;
be over 400 for each octave The interval from one to another is one-sixty-
sixth ot" a tone. They form a wondrous instrument for reproducing every
note that tlie ear can distinguish.   The
cochlea may be called an leollan harp
of 3,000 strings that move iu sympathy
to nil the sounds of creation. .   1	
"Many1 ears are incapable of hearing • j^fc for Millard's and take no Other.
rery high sounds.    Many persons- aro j	
deaf  to   the  chirping  of   crickets,   and '.    lUrh.ir.i   Parker,  aged eighteen, em
cannot   hear   tbe   twittering   of   ployed  at a  farm  at   Thadth
There   was« said   to   be   a   uuilH-rland. overhi
",. 'A Muart';..summoned-'! fit ■ Dewsbury■,- fcir
deserting his. wife said .that, when he
luarried her "he e\]V(>ct.ed'- a': housewife,.
ljut. loisnd she could not. even sew a
button on a shirt'. She. \yu-s','■'h.ow-
.e\-i.'r. a great, novel. rCa'der.-and smoked' -more ''cigarettes than any gentle
nia'i.i  in court       ' *
yarrows     ^^^ ears'were   de-
b°y   ''I   ^TreuarSibte  degree,   the
formed   to   a   rtm ]argc
ollricle o    one  b iug   rc. ^ q{
«» the side of bis he     	
the   other'  was   no
is a.substitut
■ • .,    „ s.^iEeep Miiiard's Liniment in the House.
1 liiuiid in ''-pIlMI
bWn'ml it.  H'feW^
'('•ent ly 'WV'ii
ilet-ral|e;oi   ■Kn
ot   Liverpool,
on a   i rip to
t.lie   bcnelit   of
bottle, oi '"^^HftB   Mediterranean mr -Uuvben
''• ' '"'      '      '^^S:1'''^1',v- ■,|-!,'(,; ""  tl'*.'  voyage
;i'.bravr'-sl!i|ff'-||^MPi.'l'ni'-Jcd a!, sva. '    : .'■ '
the VA11';
wlm-ir? i'.1^'
I.o si.l««<^.
hi i.u.f..«viw
k- liy'l!i<:fl4e'
three tn:!"!"'a
Dproval ..f tl>«
>. ,,ui.'kly [o!-
of their u'^
. rep!:u'i\i kv
s,,s >n liich art
i all over l"
I     III! I'1*'.
iv-II w.'ir tl"ri
i In d'« ,infk
ull.srot, wb^t
li-lies -b.'tw«'»j
ik   W.'tS -C( '
t he was ni-.'
|,< doWIl- '"
^idc Win"
■,v,-r tho MHP
oven of>
ih'Ck- AH"
ormigl'l.v U"1
i.tiers' «> I'1!
,ys rea.l ''",l
ule.   '<
it ting
may    be   pardoned
mlv   language    when
i.'-r    work     all   I'M'1'
doesn't , . 1ih\'i'    liis
i  ol'la-n  t'mds that
1' to his  name.
i:.,^[.iiniif r.
-.oil. O eseellent   wife. CUinluT
-ir iiiiil me to get a curiously
for  the  man   ami   woman
have   fust  alighted at  our', gall"!
xitA   ■- These'things, if they are desifotH
MB liii'iu. fhev'.eiin  get  for a  few  shll-
A>',l anv' village  inn..   L-ut rathi'i"
AH" lh:a v-|,'••","•",' si'l>- ir'he wil1'
■way   of   t...
foot V. hell"
...•I i'u 11 y.
\i i; i. !■:>•'•
uit Hm-K<*n-
v dis|'iil«,|"1''
Hire -s"it:il'lJ
his   fi^1""
Mrangei-^see.   if   he   win. ..in
-ks. aeecntS'niHl behavior, your
» u-t and   earnest..esrt.   your   though
¥!»! Nvill.'that which lie cannot buy at
'}^y '"^  »'--«»v   city' lUKV.wbich- l.o
?#' y travel miles.ami dine sparely and
\}1"'P hardly to behold.—Emerson.
*"*''     "immmiiiiwiiitr-^*""^^*'"' . «
When  the little folks take  colds
and coughs, don't neglect them
and let  them  strain the  tender
membranes, of their lungs,
Give them
9 _
The Lung
It will.euro them qulcldy and
strengthen their lungs.
It is pleasant to take,
Prices,   25c, 80c, »n<t $1.00.
lO      v.t,,,.,.
thumb nail. By closing the small ear
he could hear the approach of a rainstorm a hundred miles'.off." By eloslnjj
the big one he could hear a fly walking
on the ceiling. Isn't that romantic
euough for you? It takes a vivid imagination to believe tho story, but
when you consider the miracles of th»
car and hearing you may believe almost anything.
"I do not doubt that there are many
Bounds sofalnt that our ears are deaf
to them, but they  make 'sweet music
for others.    You know what paracousis   t.-t-ly     lie  reiusei
Is,  I suppose.    No'!    Well, you have It   and   the ierenmii\
when you cannot hear faint sounds ut .   .~       7"
nil when things are still, but hear them
at once when they nre accompanied by
u great noise. I once read of a woman
(an authentic case)'who made her servant beat a drum whenever she wanted to listen to anything, for then slio
could hear very well. There was a
innn who could not bear except when eluded ili.i
the bells were ringing. It is an old h>r tobacco
story that deaf persons hear well when j —
traveling on a railroad, or when  rut- i
tling over a rough  highway  in a carriage; '.-■,"'',■■■
"There was a shoemaker's apprentice
who heard onlv when his master' wna
I beating out a  sole  on. his  iron.    The
left ear generally hears better than tbe
right.    Some say this is owing to tlie
common habit of sleeping on the right,
6lde.    I have my doubts.    There ia a   money
record of ,tv man whose two ears heard   poetry about
different tones at the 'same time when        ,   :...
a single one Avas given.
"The ears of the'lower'animals are
Incomplete.    Do fishes hear?   Certainly, although the cavity'of the ftympa-j
num.is entirely wanting, the round und ',
oval  orltiees being  at  the  top  of tho '
head.   Look out!   Get up.'on your toes \
and open your mouth.    The'mortal' on ;
the left is about, to be discharged.  The
I wind Is with the shell, so you needn't
close your car.   There she goes!"
i.v.  North-
over hoard her father and
mistress talking about keeping company wilh a \oung man. She entered
the room,' kissed her father, and then
went out and drowned herself.
A  SOUTHING   Oil.—I'o  throw  oii upon
the   troubled    waters     mount,     to     subdiu
to  calmness   the  most   boiMoi cii.s  M-n     To
aplily   IU-    Thomas'   Keloeli u-   Oil    to    the
I Moulded    body     uheu   it   us   racked    with
1 ui in   menus   speedy    subjugation    of    the
'most   reli.utory  elements      It   Hires  puni
jl iivn Is     luuises,      takes       the      the,     Iron-.
|v\ouirds.   niul     t\s      ii    general     household
medicine   is   uselul   in   many 'ail luents.     It
'is worth  much. L
wedding   in   Hurloy-in-Wharfe-
^ o'd-i-'hire   xillatre,   the   hride-
apnear.     A   search
v'iis : inaii;- :• -r hi in, \ anil he was fount
on the river bank cryiiig.. Int.
II"   i-iu'used
to    go   to  church,
u.,.s  Abandoned.
, in-
""v    -       ,
Miiiard's Liniment is used by Physicians.
It is estitnuted by the l'all. Mall
C.a/ette that the cup-t le crowd at the
Crystal'-, ,1'alace spent .t..'5-l .-t'io. "Of
Ibis sum .C.".1.U'25 is at*, ribu'.e.l te
Ihe 'lU.OPO visitors from the north,
whose expenses, it, is suggested,
mo  for  drink- and   .CI
'Arrangements are. being made ■ foi
1 .870 public schools' volunteers to
be formed as a " provisional brigade
nt Aldershot, Kng., from duly.'Jo to
Aug. •'.. The boys will be oncun\i>ed
nt   ("overnment. 'House   in   attachment
Conflicting   SnperntltlonH
Lntk   It   I1iIuh;h.
__Mr. Thiselton Dyer in his "Domestic
Foficlore" says that popular superstition makes it unlucky to wear an'opal
ring notwithstanding the fact that in
the middle ages this lovely stone was
thought to possess the united virtues
of all 'the gems with whose distinctive
colors it is emblazoned.
A writer in Notea--aud Queries points
out that there are conflicting opinions
ou this subject of very early daU\ some
writers stating that failing sight is restored by the wearing of an opal and
others that the luck depends upon the
color, a white opal being of fortunate
import  and  a  black one  ominous  of
Sir Walter Scott in "Anne of Goier-
stcin'' ascribes to supernatural agency
the loss of beauty in a Mexican opal
' when its irides»ent surface is acted
upon by water, and some trace to this
the notion that as a love token its fiery
or fading colors betoken faithfulness
or falsity.
The  Sonne  o't  Smell.
Tlie sense of smell is by no means
so developed in man as in dogs, cats
and other animals, but it is often abnormally keen in individuals deprived
of iother .senses.    Blind  deaf; mutes,
for : example,    can    recognize    their
friends   and   form   an- opinion,  about
strangers   solely   by   means   of    this
sense.   Tossibly. however, animals^are
only sensitive to certain smells while
unconscious  of others that affect us.
If this be the case they would naturally be able to follow,up one particular
scout  more  easily than   a  man,   this
scent to which thoy are sensitive being to them less confused with others.
—Chambers' Journal
Grocers will give you your Woney Back,
if wanted:- we back the Grocer.
■The   E3o*
B-.ildi^  P>ape>r  ™a*&-
Tin&   fciO&*-   — /tarred  or  build-
„  1. very  »«h. .tro-«,r •--   K^-1* S^o^
„,i.n»  t«.p.rat«».  and   at  * ^ ^^  .
Wrlto our Agents, TEE.S* « rcr. »
The E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, HULL.
the  l-'irst   Pi vision.
■'■-'"": s" a:A!:a:^^
shines   is    '" '
there   is   m«ch    pretension I
„-l,rc-U-.1.l»--I'»vat<!'-      .
There   Zls Tn"Uch  Suntigh,
and clean.
rioves   are   probably    the    greatest
infive article in the spice  trade
S'l     rbeento for many lnn«lrods
"    vears.   because  they   have  alwn^
on froni small and restricted ureas
o "Vultivntlon and have been used as
lrlblIte. almost talc ng th ; f.Ut o.
_,_oi.pv in ancient times, i bej u.im-
h^ 'mostly grown on the two sin:
islands of Zanzibar and Femba, on the
east coast of Africa.
One  More.  Drnte.
Mr.. Nubbins-My misband is a.perfect brute. Frioiul-You amaze me.
m's Nubbins-Since the baby began
tohi^ nothing would quiet tlmlita
e but pulling his papa's beard and
yesterday be went and had -b« beard
shaved off.
You mav never know what barm an
liiffem ce may work, what despair a
f   n iv bre\v.    '/our pulse of ir.'i-
rebuff nuo     it obligatiot.s
I;;fS he to'hrVr father   weight  to
Same an oppressed sou. into despera-
tion. __^ 	
The   Socletr   Stmsrple.
F^ol-Mtunn..'.. what is tbe soc cty
stni-lo?' Mamnia-Cctting the clo be*
Sn^htei': filing the clothes.-Fhih,'
tlelpbla Inuuirer.
"Where ye goin', Rill?"
"I'm goin' down to the market to
git this fish . weLzhort on the public
scales so folks won't, think I'm lyiir
.when■ I,tell about it."
Is Your Head Clear?
If not, it is probably tbe fault
of your Liver and you .need a
corrective. You will be sur-
5 prised to see bow quickly your
brain will clear and bow mucb
better you can work after taking
TKST1 MOM AL T.ro"rn  ^rLate SI II SAM-
,{JEL BAKER,  th-  famo«.  >i'.ar   Slr.-I
•■Newton   Abt,ot',,Lc\0an'   ,  T   wts-heil   to
Cir,\  '"^"ieaJs   "bail   .«n«red   acul.ly
^'/ .^■,,ifJI, Jon   l?-.t   l,Co^  ofyt».»   enemy
WI!;!;,.»I»o'onKerl.ara1.   attack  oJ
G?*'!'",   the   Uit   twenty   month.    I   h*v«
nii,.i!ilHod   V19't-4V-;?   i,v  th*   assistant:*, oi
lrvtely   stamped   out   by  tn*   «»»»
BUir's  Pills.       ,c.,„_,^ anml   W. Baker."
!;;:;u,hn'n.,o',viu;;i,d,u,;;l'y ;
'vised   >'<»'    ^    s.--NtW>'t.lv._. .    ^       ™
,,,.,.    (';„„,„     llo.^sou.   vjen     ol   '-'
.vvick  (l-hig.)   raslor^^Chur'-li-.   .
■   ■   \^7_7v-ivl-"'lP'iun    l>i>inlV<-l.tuit
;;..:„„  ,be   whit ;>"d   «bsii«.'i-iH-
A tiMVcTl^ just returned from, the
iSchi.h Airiran bat t l^-l.Js says ui.
■ii,.. tm-ivcs oi tho l'.r.lisb sohh'i-.
!!r 'm^olonso to Spion Kop. arc cn-
\i ntlv k.'pt. -thanks to the. Loyal
i col ion i iy ,sl i • . ,, ,. . ,-,.;,..,
hyoiuen's (luil.l oi   South  Anu-i-
Sold Everywhere.
In boxes 25 cent*.
m* aoaa  !,:r',..-"r.3i?5;K  ��n��anT!^-'JH":'<ln*aL'<JL*j:iy" *'"  mti ���nrr����i��-��Miiiiii > 1 m  TMB MOYIE LEADER.    Ki^c-  T* ihlished in the interest of the people  0  of Movie and Ea.-t Koofenay.  V, ,7. S-.tYTH �� CO.,  Publishers.  KA.TKS OF SriV.SCIUPTIOK.  O io Ye&  ���      ;;8ATURpAX, -HJXH  IS, l'JO-i.  .52.00  *<������ yr>.  \Vhpn yon want tbe best value for vnur money in a first class pipe give  us call.   (,\\V have the nest aw.rtinenl from 2(7 cents up,  We have alto the most complete lines of cigars and tobaccos. Turkish  snd English cigarettes.  .Meets every Monday evening in their  hall oii Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invilc-d.  J<\ J. Smyth,  li. Camphku.,  Noble Grand.  Seur'v.  | MOYIE LUMBER-,& -MILLING "co7tSl^R  Saw, Planing and Lath Mills.       ',".'. >S::  MOYIE, ��� Bo C -&%��"  ��  HARVEY,   McCARTER  & DUNBAR.  ��� i    /& Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of  Klunii.,^  ;Some.',.,nieiv are   born    to    .yreatiu'-s:  ..T \V"itViluck ibeir'.. 'lives   begin.  :::-'A-,'hd:.8M^  .,.'���'..'- And ,oi.Iiers' ius t.;''.bu11 in."  The Postoffice -Drag and .Stationery Store, i ��� ���������-*��. **���^> s��i^Kic-  I Cranbrook,   -   -    B. C.  ;>,\;;^Tliy';''nian-:'\*lio-'.;:.-vyro!e "Roaring  ':;.;������ ��� .''Mountain A: YVVby TJiwU. Home," yvill  ;;V;:'be:preseptecl with Ai /souvenir   bn"cl:,{  ; made in FraolY by the town auUK<:i< :es  ,:������Blairnibre   'Times.'";  V'.-.''-..-'.. -���,������,;��� ;.'-4  "  YJ.'AT  Prescriptions carefully prepared.  jljk  Siding, Sbiplap, Common Hoards. Dimension, Finbh ani  /Ii       ,   Prompt attention to wholesaleaml letail orders,  m    H. CAMERON, Mgr,  t        !���'  7?  ���5^  ,:  .  ,i .I,    ,���* -' ���-���' gi ��������* ���*{y *  <g���������������������e������e������6���������������^5$S59  PKOrKIKTOi:.  W.-F. GURD,  IC  1/  .:,: :./';Every toiva. iiay;a;la;ir or two, several'  ,:(: ^lhjut alecs, ;SOixie; pretty girl^ more  Yloafers tlvaii it'needs,;a woman or two  ''; tbat.tattles, ahioki'fogey that the town  , "Would Abe, Y'StterY..wi.thout, men who  '.'^vill'stand^on' tlie-; corn or and make  1 ,; remarks ;a|)Out���women' passing, a man  ^���-/'Wha IsugbB an;y idiotic laugh every  VYinie jic'.sa:yianything, scared of men  j,:*wiUi:tbe:c^^ trousers   its  '''���'���' pliio.oth ;as gUss, 'anil; in'��� n . who_cn.n tel 1  ���;v Hbbu^qtber people's Utijiuoss but have  ,:::ma(ic'.it'()i&ih'a!:Uailure . of   their   'nvu.  -YY; .Cardinal^Gibbons,^ who assisted ' in  Yfayspy the'bbruer'stoue of the nev/ar.-s  Ni^uiJUing..'oTui:e"';:Gti.ii\va University; .is  Yijaid'tq'havie niYiiYtv'a dee?; -impression  ; 'bnitbe-citisehs'of"tUe.i?rder.-il capital.  'The .ceremony vvii's. witnessed   by   Pro-  �����o  IJAItmSTKK, SOI.ICITOK,   ETC  AS��Alf}rUM��  i  NELSON,  B. C-  "���������"���<  flstSt^i&fc&^mJn    Catholics.  A^OIje requ.riu-chimneys can com  ,; t  ��� ai aiV rjfe:;f;;irra^-r'vvi're very enthu'snistio  ���A.>-A},[ ';i'.'AX5>i'''t^ii'u"!S'ot;i ^o^ju will to-  i :\v,a?^i:i;iiir!.g'i'eai:vna;itutiuii of learning.  .I'iiy'Cardinrtl's address, ihe    theme   of  -.'���'���;vvh.ich.''.>y'a's' Abroad���.���������^to'l.erance.   elici ted  ���vgeheritj'admirati'qn.:;' Guw   passage    iu  piw'ticuiar wari   rer;)ej,.i!'   with    dhariiy.  .'.'Are'vou rirfti;' heli;:!ii;i.'':iil childrnn  of  .������:'V,.; ',-vrj-.- ������;;:::���-.;. .',.: I.:--.'-..    ' . f. :',:.  v'tiie san:e/'father,';brqthers and sistcrd of  ::;tbe siuiie; Christy temples <..[ the same  ,.;"sort.??; ;:.Tiiere^re.qiversitieiof cciifcrega-  :>ions,��� '.:.btit-���'>,liq.;��� t^irii6 Spirit.    There   an  TAYLOR' & DAYISy.  1 n  CRANI3HOOK.  Bricklayers and brick .manufacturers. i/They iulend putting a carload of  brick in   Moyie   for   immediate   use.  Wholesale Wine  and . Spirit Merchant.  Agent for Calgary Brewing Co.'s  Beer, Ale and Porter.  T. Label & Co.'s  Hay and erain,  cMitz and Calgary  CRANBROOK.  li. C  I .  li?.  ft  /!>  dv  to  to  to  to  to  to  DR. F. E. KING,  Cranbrook, B, C.  "   ttv ri rm tn v ": ��S��4ion  Kt't*,'r'2LlJi&  ^7  i^T^'  ' p. f. johwsiojY f^SSr16  I Thirf Hotel is New and. well Furnished. Th-V'-V-P^10,  % Tables are Supplied, with the BestLth-I" '-?ftn^  $ Market affords. The Bar is Filled wif!."-'"2tf ^  j].       othe Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars!   ixS113  ;-k ' .    ��� ���        . f��    "' 'I'l&iaQP  manicate direct or leave orders at this  oflice.    French ranget' .��� ^necialty.   ������  ?��.:��� J. GILL. Prop,  Foreign and-Domestic Wines, Liquors  und Cigars,  CRANBROOK.  afTttrwan���T��rtwira��'iwi-ii*ir^���^a*aK  First  Class   Accommo-  ���v?  . ^vp'kitiys-'tif ihiuistcKauU   the ' s ime I Comfortable Rooms and Good   Board  :j/L:Sr^"H'her^':aro^dlve'r'sHi?:i of   opinion, at.Peasonable'Prices. )V?yyJ6  JiuV i'b#5ar/:^;^ix^ i" ��� r -  ��� .H^l'<i"'"V.A"^rtvh'Il��� iir-the same bur!: lo^ai  ���������',)>:;Wi;.:-:K;x ;-Wf :;.->:k> | '���'������' -s to mi and    s 11 r 11; i _������  '\i':.-'ri;:y''l..A'Ji .���.���-.i.'.:ii.^.'.e.'.(-;r''ni.{v ��� |ii-i)speoti*.'ii  'biii^bns c-i'.ti.ie'Js^inyJo'in of    Cod.-'-'  ; ���.���.--&aInfernal Nuisance;  O. F. DE3AULNIER.  dations for miners,    i        prompt DKLrvERY.  I aueens5 Ajg.'      MOYIE  George E. Thompson,  ���   Barrtstkh, SobicrroH,  Notary rciJhic, &c  CEANBEOOK. '   Bkitisii Colcmijia.  wiw.Mi"��MWVJ|g imiw  VI  Icecream  ANT)  .��  Buttermilk  Straight From  Spokane.  -Worthington & Co,  -TILE-  HEADQUARTERS   WOR "COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN* ,  to  to  to  to -    .....^  ���... ��� .., .     . _-,  <C- MOVIE ______ .-   . ItUITJSlI C'OIUMi/i   \  _,  *V^."1  j& *   "Si  ijjaaRafflBBssasHaas^ESKaraaa  e  GE  rs  -��� !L<!  aJID^ICi ftT SUPPKlt SERVED.  MOYIF-  'British Columbia  i6.;0rov7-iir&:.c6n-d(,:ip;tly   f.i-.b;��.-clwl    io  j$_3ffW   QfiiafS  p'inccnvenienoe'of bciiii:  'unable    to j/J?Ui L'vf.    fe/IiV^--  and Bath Rooms,  Cranbrook ��� Herald,;    Travelers   on  _. lb6 Crosv arfe;.condtni:t  -'   i.b  '^ret the tiine ;ii. ; pasiienypr    (rain    will j  ���'..arrive-'at    . tiira ���: sin.-iile'r    pl-ic:-rf.    The;  ��� ^-tVNl'n."   r.'.K|i(>   ,���-... -.- ���   . I-. -       r i v.       L^1-,    I  ","���       ��   *   itj    I-"- ''--'.    i "   J,;      Li"- '   --'-        ..-i-CL.,   -  arid:tilers ia, rio reason under   tbe   .-mi ;  V/hy patrons;ol.tbsVroau ��liot-.id  net,  be  apYs tci f_ct raliable���in-i?ormn,.i��)n   ;ir    lo  ; therarrivalcjr.departure of   tbu    iniiii?:  ;..::in;,inan_,-.of.   the .to'w.na.the   ho'.clf.   aro  .    .30.me'.'dislaii'be from   Ibu    -u.s.'.:.,!!,    ami,  . ..as a result.liru.ii'i.y'pepi':!.^ ,-.;i! ":,���:"i behind !  in coriHf;Wiit'i:'ce, or compelled   to    wait'  '': around a   tilalloi: ' nh  .    expecting -the'  tr<iii: Jmy ininrle.    .'.!'[).    C  I   WHIIIII   ���    �����   III ���    ������  1*1 111 II^MW�����    I��� WW  FREST PHOTO CO.  Cuakijroci: a^d Movik.  r -^f *r\%f)H**KT>** iXJBWiWUUi'W ���*���!'-<  In STONE Building.  j. H. FLECKEHSTEIN.  COSMOPOLITA  IH't't'WIU-llljJM  >miwm>  Our aim \o to pb-ase patrons.  I Good  draft and  bottled   beef  bESACLKIEU 11KOS,    i"'roiis.    ,  Larue sample 160111 in connection  with House for'commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  i        Headquarter   for    Commercial and iilininyMen. .  QUEEN."   AVENT.'K, MOVIK,   P.. G.  ,     I ^ .    .  ��� ������iw.  ii  iii ������! ii I mn    ii   Mi��wiiii��   if i ���mTiiii riwrwni ii w n imt-iii ruriT  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  WHOLESALE  WINES, " LIQUORS . AND ���CIGARS  .Schlitz'   Beer,    Fernie  Lager arid Porter, Bass'  , Ale, r Guinness'" Stout.  All iu:iii orders juotr.plly attended to.       ���      < -.   ^  i ip  3ii9i}!' 1-  CKANBROOK) B. 0.  r�����wiji��  ���.*<��� m MTiwtJ��">�� w--��W^  (������lixji^*'�����������  J.    i 1  i  \ /��� r\  \  IU  1  .. v  'IIUI  if] IIBI'T'��1W  1 ^, ^ \ * "~\  i     1  ^1       i  J..VU J  Joseph's   Convent. {     aW&J3 on hfin<J.  JOE NlEDEltSTADT, Proj).  ���I2LS0K, 13. G.  ^nardin;; and Dmv School   cnruhicl-  :io\ir   or    ;;1ore [ et] ;._,- .iic h'isK.Ts off-It. Jc.-icjdj, 7fp]hon  ��� change: it: Mii.s respcel,V/iui'd ra- Lriatlv ; cun:-s^s a   spi-fi.'nky.    E.Tee'llR.'iee   and  ..-a'pnri-c.iai.id'bv  *nlTeri  rr^.~ t���rnm^*  nt:   pucue,  (. ....   prf'^:-p,-8   chai acte.tizo   L-ach d^  | piwlniciil.    Fareuls   should   write for:  p.-ir ticubir:-.    Oik- nicntb   aip;-.r<'.-: tbe  {iuM.V.   < f    ll:e   thorcuylMK'.--:    nf <|-,e  "���'  .-��� ij. ���������,       ....    .j-: -i������, ��� ji.;.i..i-.   ' ,     i.:u    iiiorou^iiiK'.-1:     u>    <i:e     x,  li \    t ����  B^iP^P     ^P'^taagr^^f   S!.trM!i'-,.:.ll.o,U   r,f   l��..roir.i,u.    ';>rmP    Dili {J ) fl  5Tp: ^T- fHi V^' ^' ?^Pt ^'  TO   A-J L  I OK rJ',S  Oneii irenr. .!i in the tnornint-  until.IS. nt-night/ -.il"al tic'.:-  '���fctis,''31 me;>'r- f;,r If'FJP"  I'upil^ are admitted duiinir term.  ...   tii, 21 :m....-'> lurifRi". |mT,0    TJrtlp-jn^    Ttfif     Oiiiiinfrn  .s;"t. howaed. .ei'or.!l)h' ud��1J!' M,jl  ^ril!^S  flliffln    ft WW  -VIA ���  .Krj.iiider!:  street   .���  ot '    -.-n   '>.inb!;rdl  ;<Ki:it  I ' .   1   :       t  -i;i   '��� .I'vi.i'o;  [ha Rfldsi Complete  Health    Resort   o'n'5;  the   Coniiheni       of  Worth'America..  li~ i>ATIIS Cure  all  Nervous' and  Ilou.:eau-i Solon Victoria niroel.   ' j ^"ncular Diseases.  ' _.._.'   .  "s   WATEIIS     Heal ,f>;iv kidney.  j-Iou:x> ;ie'!   }';i  c<:   L:i!-e Hliore  avenue.  '  ���'.  iitlfcli..".':-���.:       t.ib.;;-JK  street.  ;i     Yict'j!-:.-!  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