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 it* ���- *5  .��>'    .  I.N  ����������  ft.   /?  74  ^^W^^/"  - -#" -^'" '  rift-.  j��-^  ^"  ,/      /'W  'V^CTO^^  MOYIE, B.C..   MAKCII 10. ISh)S.  SB A YKAR  VEGETABLES  THe first shipment of Careen Vegetables  [arrived last Saturday, and the next will,  arrive to-day.   Grreen> Onions,. RUubarD,  Lettuce,'   Celery, Asparagus,   etc.   Send  intfour orders early, ,,' >.'���,;_    ''    j:^ f'   >   ���  the* "Solid Leather';;-Amhurst Shoe  is guaranteed v7ater-i>roof.  MINERS'- CHIEFS  A^E INDICTED  Moyer arid Heywood  Must Stand  Trial,  ARE TO APPEAR TODAY  , ���i  -  M the Men-Accused of the  Murder of''Stunenberg ��  ,    , ' Are 'Held-  "THE G-HOST WALKS."  This is, payday a', tbe 81. Eugene  mine, and $28,000 ie tbe amount that  will be disbursed. February' being a  sltori^rr.ontb accounts for the payroll  being smaller than a month ago.  LOCAL  NEWS.  at  95  MINEBSUNWr  E1ECTII  i'1, ' i!  Soveral   Officers Re-  Elected.  .��*-*  ���v.  -REMOVAL;, NOTICE  i'TlieOffico cf.     "  �����<���  fBEv?ftAlH^^lBMK':f^?  ' Crai>6rooV,'bVB.bcenrB��nGV  ��� I. ' , comer' o'f B.ker^dCjr.nbrock Streets.'  cd to'iboKEyV BUILDING^North-East,,  VF. C. M&LPAS.IWGR  ; .-'GOLDEN:WEST; SOAP.-  .'". :GOLI)EN^EST SOAP   '  ���'.   'GOLDEN WEST" SOAPV ,  6BARS----^ORf.---^c  J. W. FITCH  to. *4*,r*u*r-rt*  MOYIE'S    LEADING , HOTEL.  i.v.^-^**"*"0"*16*^ *&  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations     ,  for  the Traveling' Public,.  - Large and Commodious Sample Booms.        *    Billiard Booms.  McMAHON BROS. Proprietors.  Boiee. Idaho, March 8.���In the district court at,Caldwell tlie  grand jury  returned indictmenta',','against  all the  men held on the charge of  murdering  Frank Steunenberg.'wiib^tbe ��� possible  exception, of Steve Adatua."  It is  un-  deWtodd aUo to have   indicted   J.   L.  Simpkina   'and" another (rnah't whose  "naine has not been' learned,'  these two  being still at liberty. " Bench warrants  were ordered issued.   No  infui ma'tion  was given but respecting ' the   indictments, a'tid there will be   nothing ��� said  officially  until   the  defendants, shall  have ibeen arraigned, -Three  of,' there  Chariest. Moyer,  \Vt.,'D.  Heywood  and George E. Pettibone,are to be taken  to Caldwell tomorrow morning for\ arraignment.'   Others'    may    be. taken  down.'but no positive information  has  been secured,excepting'to   the , three.  It is staled that Ihese three are allt in-,  eluded in one indictment and 'that  an  uidictmeut was found against Orchard.  Whether the. indictmentaa'ra separate  or joint is not''known.    It-was  Btated  "that so soon as the men are  arraigned  the defense wiU ask that they be given  a   speedy--" triaf.^ This, a'tatement  was  made.by'Attorney Fred-Milf%-pf Spokane.'. It lias been torrnaliy announc-  ed'.that Canyon county>-has; Retained  W1. E.'Borab as;:assistant county attor  ney to 'assist in the prosecution of there  c'aser. -   '",   '    \ ' ��� t  ." "<��� Served- <Hini Right.'   :  " Phoenix ' Pioneer: A .man 'namod  Bennett drew his time at the mines  Tuesday, aud tried to get out on Wednesday's Great'Northern train without  paying his numerous bills.' His creditors were out too many for him, and  be was arrested on a vagrancy charge,  brought before the beak and given 20'  days in the Nelson jail, to think the  matter over.  n ��� i  Afflicted wilb nhe��matl��m.  "I was and am yet afflicted with  rheumatism," says Mr. J. C. Bayde,  editor of the Herald, Aldington, Indian Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's Pain Balm Btu ' *ble once  more tu attend lo business, It is the  beat of liniments,',' If troubled with  rheumatism giye Pain Balm a trial  and you are certain to be more than  pleased with the prompt relief which  it affords. One application relieves  the pain. For sale by the Moyie Drue;  & Stationery Co.  S'., Eugene stock is   quoted  cents. - '   ' i, '  Arthur Dandurand'is out of the hospital. .   ' '  'James Cronin', returned    to   Spokane Friday.      .  ., Buy yoiir.hat at Hill's.'    ,,   |V  Nick. McDonald, left this week, for  GoIdfields,"NevadA. ,    - .    '",''"  The Moyie Gunjclub intends  reorganizing before long.   ' , ,  Mrs, Routh has returned from Cranbrook;       ,,',!-,  '^-Goidie .Stewart retuned home this  morning. ,o"     ' r-  ;  " ,v  A water' motor has been installed  in P.' Burn's meat'm'arket, '. '  ' Mr7a'nd Mrs, Lowney and Mrs. Porter were in Cranbrook Wednesday,  See Foote's samples for your, spring  suit?1     " --.'-,--  Tiao office bf.thVSt. Eugene  Moun  UfflOH >. IS PHOSPfflfflG  1 x ~      ~  Has Membership , of Over  ���   300-Best Eeoord in'.the  Province.   -  GEO. E. KEITH COMPANY'S  ���    Hats      Hats      Hats      Hats  Which is all tho rage in Eastern fashion circles.   Also all the  E. A. HILL,  THE  LEADING   LADIES' AND MEN'S    FURNISHEK  ess  Srrerryrt&r -v *v- ������� *v-  ,-njr^ *8* <jr��5��o^o�� ^K^V- ^-^^  Impel  izai  's��  jrial Bank of Canada.  RAVINGS DEPARTMENT. |  Bank deposit.       , ,'  . .'   '-��� ���'���'���%'  /   ���           Once opened it grows whether added to or   not. |  Interest   allowed at  current   rates   and   com- -  pourded twice a year.     . ^  QEAWBROOK BRANCH. |  ' J. F. M. PlrMKHAM, Manager. ^  NOTICK.  Sixty davs after date I lutend to apply to tbo  Chiot Commissioner or Liinds and Works for  permission to purchase ttio foliovrinffdeHCribud  land In South Kant Kooleuay :���  Commenciug at a post planted on ths bank  of the Moyie Kiver 30 ohi.tu�� north of H. H.  Dimock'8 prtHunpiion, thrnce raumng east *0  chains, thence north SO chains, west *> chains,  more or toss, to tho Moyie Uiver, thenco down  tho River to the place of commencement.  G. A. CLOTHIER,  locator.  B.C. ST, CI.A.1R, Acent  Dated thin, Mth day of February, 1906.  NOTICE.   '  , Iu the matter of an application for a duplicate ul the Certificate of Title  to Lot* 7 and S,  Block 2, In the Town of Moyie (Map G47A),  Notice is hereby given that it Is my intention  to issue at the oxpiraUon of one mouth from  tho flrkt publication hereof a duplicate of the  Certificate of Title to Lots 7 and 8. Block 2, in  thoTownof Mo>le(MRp617A> in We uame of  Geo. Keed, which Curtftlcate is dated tho U9th  dai of March, 1900, aud numbered 'J9DoK.  ��-H, jf. MacLeod,"  Land Registry Office, "   District Registrar,  Nelson, B. C. Sth January, 190S.  tain Mines ia to be' mo?ed from   Kasio  to Movie.  Don't forget to- get a'  new ,,suit  for  Eaater. Hill, the clothier,- can "fit you  rite-" ���)   y!,\,    " ~\,     '    :  T-here , will, be J a meeting  of ^the  board' of .trade' some  evening  next  week," ������, ���><.'��� '  * - i x     it  Mia. .Harry   Stewart   and  children  left Monday for .Spokane,r where  they  will remain for some time,        ,   *l    ,   -  ' If you' want & nice, stylish, up to  date suit see Foote's new goods.- ��� t /  1 , There aro nearly 50 men on the  .payroll of the Porto Bico L-utnoer Co,  at tu�� place., '',   ,       '  , Thle wedding'ofiWm. Bremner and  Miss'Alice Senate, both of-JMoyie', took  place in Cranbrook last Friday.     '    .  - Mrs.'Mangen and.da'ughter of Ryan  were in Moyie this week visiting   with  Miss Nicholiioh, teacher in1   the public  school.,     "       - "   , <���* ,  ,,      ., i , ,       , i.    . ...   -    ..     ,.  1 J, F.-Pringle and family haye moved  from Spokane junction to Marysville."  Mr. Pringle has leased the Falls View  hotel. '  '   Why     patronise  enatern' .travelers  when you can get your spring suit   at  'the  same   price from C. A. Foote, the  tailor.  Frank Johnston, V. Deaaulnier and  G. A. Goupill were ino Cranbrook  Tuesday attending the meeting of the  licence commibsioners.  The local Knights of Pythias have  spnt for their charter. There will' be  32 names on it. The new lodge will  be organised within a short time.  At the meeting of the licence commissioners held in Cranbrook Tuesday the application for a licecne for  the Lake Shore boarding house was  turned down. ��_  LOST���A small silver'medal, somewhere on Tavistock street between the  Catholic church and the Lake Shore  boarding house. Finder will kindly  leave same at this offiice and receive  suitable reward.  "Billy" Williamson writes from  Montreal that he will lose his left eye,  Several months ago while in the mine  he got a piece of steel in it and a  short time ago he went to Montreal to  consult an eye specialist.  Tomorrow will be missionary Sunday at the Methodist church, and  Kov. Dr. White, .superintendent of  missions in British Columbia, will  preach. ' A cordial invitAtion is extended to all.  Uncle Tom's Cabin was playod at  tho Eagle hall last Wednesday evening by Stetson's company. The play,  although an old one, was well put on  and well merited the crowded house  that attented.  ._ "Last Saturday, . Moyie Miners'  Union No 71 held its regular semiannual election. Following is a list of  thosa who  were elected;���     ''    -'  Wm. J- Ft-ltham���President;������  ,'N. A. McDonald���Vice President; '  Tho*. E. Kelly-'Financial Secretary;'  .John Taylo'r'-^Rpcordinir   Secretary;  John Blackburn.���Treasurer, " >  W. H. Shira���Conductor; ,_,*   ���  Phil. Summer?���Warden;'   '"  Trustees���Joe Shea, Jas. L. Gibbons,  Mike ''.Nugent,   ^Pat    Higgins, Alex  Cameron.1 ,\  Finance ' - Committee���Jas. il A.1  McDonald,'A. J. Chisholm,, G. A M.r  Young. ..        - ;    ,  , The'Mojie Miners'union,stands' ��f<  the best oreao,"zed union in the province.". It has, a 'membership of over.  300 in good st-inding', or about 90' per  cent of the laboring men in the camp.  ' The union has passed a vote of con-,  fiflence , in" Chas! Moyer and W. D.  Heywood and has levied a $2,50 assessment per capita* .towards a ''fund for  their'delense. '     -. ��� '"   ''      '���'    v  Walk=over Shoes.  This ia an Ameri.-an shoe that  wo h.ive opened up a i-pring  Fhipment of, which have a very  bright and attractive appearanoe,  und'show the perfection ot Shoe,  Art.  Before buying your, spring  slices we would suggest that you  eive these your careful conrtdelation, as they , are the products  of'one of tt>H heht A'aaerican f>hot��  houses, ��vho   nave   a repuiatioa  t r  for high workmanship. ' Tbe bu-  idh aud style are really excellent.  , We have them in Vici Calf,  Pau-nt Calf aud Russia Calf, Oxfords, all B.ucher cut.  '    '   '     " ���      ' <v ' '   ,    :  MaeEaehern  ^r~ AND��� ,-   '  Maedonald.  GENERAL. WEWS   NOTES.  Canada leat'a the world in dairy ex-  i> i   ,) '' '       ', i.' >v  port,      , , , '���' .-  Canada has the most valuable nickle  deposits in the world.  '   An effort will be, made iu Cranbrook  to establish a high school.'  ' Albert Lund Hurt,  vAlbert Lund,'-the'5 faithful- young  Swede who has' vworted &a^ general  utility man aroucd 'the St. {Eugene  for the past two years, was badjy hurt  last'Monday b'y.being thrown ,from a  rig that he was driving. Therigrt^as  smashed to kindling.' Lund had- a  l��-g broken and was .otherwise badly  used up. ���He:is in the Cranbrook hospital .' -   i       i 1 '    r H  .' St, Patrick's Dance,  DON'T FOUGET  when you are in need of (  '      , an.engagemeut or  wedding Ring'that we have a!  '   , good assortment to choose  . I-        from.    :.!.  W. H  Jewfler,  WILSON,  CRANBROOK, B. O  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  ���..'.'.. ������.'... ���""."'   '"���"���" ';ff~.. ���' '  ',   ' WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  K. H. SJIAtL, M��u����er.  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  and   first class sample r??-ns.  A dance will be given in Eaule ball  next. Friday evening, March 16th, tin  honor of St, Patrick's Day/ The following committee is getting it u^:  John Daly, P. J- Bonuer, John Can-1;  non, A. P. McDonald, M. J. Banner.  P. J. McMubon and J, J. Murphy.  Tickets will bo $1.50, and any money*  left over will be applied on the debt of  the Catholic church. A lunch will be  served,    * . .  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that the registered office of the St. Eugene Mountain Mines, Limited Liability, (name  changed from Yunkee Girl Mining  Company, Limited Liability) ol Kaslo,  British Columbia,, has been removed  from Kaslo, British Columbia, to  Moyie, British Columbia.  O. A. SUTHERLAND,  [       ,      Secretary-Treasurer.  Moyie, B. C. March' 3rd, 1906.  Bo Not Neglect  a Cacl Cold.  Never allow a cold to take its course  Too often at this season of the year its  courso is toward pneumonia. Cham-  bsrlaiu's Oouyh R-imcdy will promptly  euro your cold and counteract any  tendency in this direction. There is  nothing better for acute throat and  lung troubles. For sale by tho Moyie  Drug it Stationery Co.  A   $500,000 Court  hou'se    will  built at Vaucouver thia spring.  METAL   MARKET.   *   ''  New   York���Bar silver,   64$ cent* J  Lead, $5.1ol    Zino"OpeltoO $5.'90.'  London���Lead, ��15 10a.   '    >'  School Report.  Next year'the''Provincial  board of  School Tru3tres will meet in  Nelsoo.  " Lumber  business  at   Vancouver ia  reported .to,be better than ever before.  A^'big vein-"  of  zinc  ore   baa  been  struck in'the  upper  workings of "the  Payne.      '.'     v* '   '"*   * f   r-r  ���    '  ��� 'F,. Augustus Heinze  is  reported  to  have lost from  t^OOO'.OOO, to $6,000,-  000 on' Wall Btrcec.    ' '    ���  A wood (pulp-aud paper  among the possibilities ol  Spokane industries.  mill  is  future  Two crewa aro laying rails fro-n the  boundary line towards Bon-jers^ Ferry  on the Corbiu line and trains will be  "running'over the road by April 1 and  to Sandpoint by July 10.  To the Ladies  of Moyie. . .   .  I have ordered fiom a Cl'ir.igo  hnuoo a lull liiif of millinery whirl  will be hern on or about Maich 10ih.  I int.-ntl -ellnig suiie as cheap if not  chtaper tlmn you c*n buy in any pai t  of the country. Hoping you will not  purchase until you ex.mino my new  and up to date Stock,   I am  Truly Yours,,  :     MRS. K. D. STI.NSON.  The \Blairmore hotel, which waa  lately destroyed by fire, is to be rebuilt. D. C. Dr.iin, the proprietor,  will erect an hotel building 48x60 feet,  two storeys high and containing 21  rooms. ,   The Canadian Pacific railway has  closed, a contract with the Dominion  Steel Cir Co. ior , the construction of  500 steel drop bottom gondolas to be  used on the Crow'a Nost P.iss line.  These will be the first steel cars evir  built in Canad.i. ,  A thriving busiliug city of 5000  sduIs, th��. product of a x weeks' growth,  is what Manhattan, Nevada, boastfully  presents to the mining world today.  Oue mile-of solidly built attests, erected, in three weeks and one and a  half miles in six weeks, ia prob-.bl., the  record for rapid construction,  P. Burns &. Co. have started a  atrictly cash meat, market at Ctlgary.  They have no delivery and no bookkeeper and the difference in tbe expense will be Ukeu from the price of  the meat. The move is au experiment in tho way of Belling meat for  cash and may prove a great success.  i ,      i   '      >   i  ' The following list gives 'the  stand-     <  iug of each oi Uie, pupils for February, ' .  with the t-xcepticn of those who  were   '  be  'absent a   wtek ,or   more   during the ���'  month,   the   names    of     whom    are-'  omitted: - /  SENIOR DIVISION,  , "  ������-/'   ,  GENERAL  PROFICIENCY. ' c  Senior Fourth Cla^e���Arthur Crowe, ,'  2540;  Arthur Lutuer,  2529;   William    -  ittwood, 2411s Russell !iiawko, 22^5:. '',  Martha"Keaney,"323?; 'Alfred  Carlson,   ���  2113'; Frank Feroglia,.i073; Christina^ ,  Blackburn,   1977;. Atieiiat , 'Mueller,;. ,  1071; Edith Hawk-, 1494.        *'l  Junior Fourth Class:    Lil'iin Con-- '  rad,.'l914';,Mabel Lulner, 1861; Anna .;,,  Webbter, 1842; Sidney  Elme'r, 1777;.''  Lillian Schulze, 1762; Ethel  Breuton/  1017. '"-,_  Third.Class:' Earl She.i; 1527;.-ill���   ,  verna   Brenton,   1470;   Harry   C.owe,,  1337; Carl Nelaon,1299; LucyK^aney  61S.  DEPORTMENT.  Lucy Keanjy, 100; Martha Kenney,  100; August Mueller, 100; Christina  Blackburn, 99; Lillian Conrad, 97;  Edith Hawke 97; Harry Crowe, 96;  Sidney Elmer, 96; Ethel Bienton, 95 r  Anna Webster, 95; Mabel Lutner, 95;  Arthur Crowe, 95; Carl Nelson, 95;  Earl Shea, 95; Arthur Lutner, 94;  Lillian Schulze, 94; Alfred Carlson, 94  Alverni Brenton. 92, Russell Hawke,  92; William Attwood, 91; Frank Fero-  gha, 89.  JUNIOR DIVISION.  General  Prolicienoy.  -   Second Class:    StlveotT  Beckwith,   ,  967;   Nna    Attwood,    965;     Louiee,  Elmer, 920; Wiliiim One,  S22;   Bea- -  trice   One, 613;   Wellington   Brenton(  602; Anuie Saville, 555;  Oecar Burch,   ���  512; Dorothea Blackburn, 487; Frank ,  Conrad, 453; John Blackburn,' -119.  Come and see some of tbe most  fashionable .neckwear over aeeu iu B.  C. at Hills.  Bed Wheat Whiskey, fiomethibg  new. Sold by A. C, Bowues.-*. wholesale liquor dealer, Cranbroi-k.  Is Your Watcli  Going Satisfactory?  Many watches do not because  they are allowed to run TOO LONG  without cleaning-  Save Yorn Watch and mouc.t  by sttKimg it io as, niieio it wll receive proper treatment.,  Mr. E. A. Hill of Moyie is our  agent.'��� I  W. F. TATE & SON.  !���'���'������' ��� ������'    ���  ������ '������   ������.  ���    Jewelers and   Gru'duate Opticians.  CRANBKOOK^B. C.  Official W.ucli Inspector for C.   P.   R  Crow's 'Ncit I'nas D.vioiou.  1 Five Cent Social.  You can buy anything for gale at  the social Tuesday night, March 13th,  for five cents, except tho ice cream,  which will cost you ten cents. Attend and see what you can get for a  nickel.    Admission five cents.1  T:  roy.e's the flavor  Ids .-tp "tlie heal-L>'  ,  .\f the'- foo<l  ',' t.  Ill  ��n.  ,;���' V1  -i-.oH  jtr  I  i-    }"���  ^  r  ' ^'1  -'l/vl  ' *������  /  *  j-,1  is5  '     'Lit  .     "ni-f  i��;;i;^  1   3    ^       ,��{i"  Vv"   M THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  fr-�����*pU��CL*w  Ai nwiii wiiiihw'ijhiiii��fc*iB��iwnT��iii��Liii,ijuiiwM<��  ���������.M^f.i -fll**-^  4-  I  nked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE  I  v it  i��� #  , '-���*  \%  ��� - 3��  *���,&.  ;#(  -���  .,rh|i-^-|.  ',if' ,��> '  v \ i*r'  1 v",?-��  +  Author of " The Verdict of the Heart/' " A Heritaee    ���*���  ��   '       of Hate/J "Nell of Shorne Mills," "Paid |  | For," "A Modern Juliet," Etc. ���;  ifr+.f ��'��<;��� 4 ��� t-W+HHffH-HH 4 ,�������������������������������������� ��� +++*  Continued from last week.  ;^fe'-  '5if;*.t%i  I. .Tm'fca  "i--' V'  i .'4  Ml-  -������  S" .  J  ronji- tu;<r.ra it to m-r, unu ir*miins-  bark in her chair, watched her as she  twis*ted tlie feather .this way and  that and arranged ami, rearranged  the libhon. At last Nina held it out  deprecatiugly, and Pollv tried it on.  "Oh. you dear!'"'she exclaimed,  ���joj fully "That's splendid! ,iit isn't  quite like the one in tho shop, but  it's twenty times more pretty and  stylish, ql've iu-\er had such a hat,  it's a duck and a darling' And how  quickly you d,�� itj, Why, T've been  '   hours and hours fumbling at   it!"  "I'm glad'you like ii," said Njn.i.'  "I used/ to, ti mi my own hats ard  /nnke-  my own dresses���" i  ���"And   no  wonder,   if  tlie.v '.were    as'  pood  as this1"   said  J'olly.   '-Why-'--  she stopped   suddenly  and   pursed   her'  '    lips���"I'm going.to  reheat sal  in tint  '    hat,  and if T  don't knock" flic rest' 0\  the'girls with.it,   well���I'rfi    afraid  1  ���njiist  go now.  dear.  You   won't    foe!  1   ioueiy-  Hiuie   l in   away?    . Ana     you  won't  fret? Promise!'" <>  '  '<  '"1. shu'ii'i  feel bo lonely  if you will  ileave me something i0 do," said  Nina.   "Isn't  there  another hat,  lor  im  o stance,   or a   blouse  or  a  dress   that  wants mending?" ' , ,  Polly dragged  n blouse  from 4a box  . under the bed and slipped'it on.  -'That was made for    me,   >\i    you  please!" she cried  with infinite st-oi'n,  "Observe,the   lit! 'You'can't tell  the  back from the 'front, can you?      And  'I paid  twenty-two-and-six'for    (it; >.I  ,  did,   indeed!" ,,    \  "Jt wants taking in ,here," saithNi-  na.'i i- , '  ��� \ "If wants, buihing!" retorted Polly, indignantly. "You don't mean to  say you can  niter-it?"   . a  "I can try.   Lct'.me,  while you are  ' away,, roily.''' ,     . ' f ���    ���  She set to 'work  at it immediately  Polly,had gone,' arid  in  her   pleasure  and 'satisfaction  in  doinir even a  little for  the lgirl-,who" lia-d'    not  /only  befriended .her  but   bestowed   her    af-  1 fection upon her, she found  some  relief of mind arid spirit.  She  tried  to  think   only  of  the     present  and     her,  <   terribly  vague  future,   but  every now  and    then,     in  the   quietude' of     the  room,   tho  picture   of   th'e' past   lose  " before    her,   and    one    man's     figure  ,   stood out prominently in it.  Polly was away about three hours!  and when ,she returned she carried, n  hat-box in "her hand., Ho', face was  'flushed, her eyes .were sparkling.    , .  "Not  done  the  blousqj  really?" she  cried.       ," ' ft  "Oh, yes, some time ago.' <!Slip  off  , your- jacket and  let me try it on. Is  that better? Oli, 1 hone so!"  "It fits like %. miracle!" said Polly,  solemnly.  t "I  tell yon  what     it-    is,-  JDecima, you  are a'bprn genius! . And  look   hero!   What   do  you   think/ l\-c  , got here?'"  She' whipped out a hat-- and some  materials.- ' u '  "See that! "1 told_you ,1 should  knock 'em! Why, tfie^girls' wore "like  a flock of bees round nieHhc moment  ''-I stopped on the stage. Oh/what a  ������pretEy hat, Polly! Where dicUyoii get  ltv' ,and that sort ot thing. They  were positively green with envy.  Then I worked the idea that stmek  mo just before I went out, and I told  'em I'd get as pretty a one for loin  for, tweUe-and-siw Thcv wouldn't believe at first; but .lessio. Green said  she'd trust mo and nshed out the  1 money theie and then I told 'em my  terms were cash, von know. So I  bought .the tliinus as I came hom-j���  the same shop, it's a cheap but stylish one���and here von aie. Hat and  materials cost eight-and-nine, profit,  -three-and-Uuve. But perhaps you  don't think" it's enough���" doubtfully.  Nina  actually  laughed  up  at  her.  "Gj\e  it   to   me'"   she said.   "Why,  it  will   take no  tun.'.  And how pretty it  i-^!   Oh,   I  do hope I shall, trim  it to please her! "  Polly   siiui-lf-d.      ������ Trust     you     for  ' thatl   .Jessie's  bound   lo  like   it;   and  sec here, Deeirna, if she does, the other girls  will  want  to  h.ne  their hats  , trimmed,  for  she's  one  of   tin'     best-  dressed of our lot.    F told  )n->r I'd not  a  swell milliner  who d  do   the things  for us on the cheap "  "What a cle%cr girl you are���notwithstanding tiie hh," said Nma,  laughing again' "J think this nbbon  ought to go iike tins "  "It won't go any wnv until you've  had some lunch," said Polly, taking  the hat from her. "Oh, 1 know your  sort at sight; jou're one of those  girls who'd work themselves to death  if they weren't stopped at it. You'\e  , done a hat and a blouse to-dn\ ,' and  that's���oh. don't color up and look  at me like that;-I'm not going to  offer to  pay you for  them!"  "I should think not!" said Nina,  indignantly. '  Polly allowed her to go to work  soun uftcr lunch, but, though the hat  Vias Hliislifil, J'olly lefuseil in lake it  with her to the iheatie that e\ en-  uig.  '"'Not much!" she said, knowingly.  "What! Gi\e the show awas' .No,  no! Krieii'l s0 full up 'with woik that  shy couldn't ilimk of e\en looking at  tho hat to-da.% . Oh, no. If > ou want  to get on in any business, ,\ou  mustn't 'make youiself too clieup,  \ou must give jour.sdf airs and put  on frills. "Why, don't you know that  ical swells, ladies and duchesses,  ha\ e gone into the nullineiy business? Some, of 'on, tun afteino0n tea.  shops. Last .would1 suit inc.'��� better;  more change and:-society, doii'.t you.  know. But perhaps you wouldn't like  that so well?" . ���   '   '���;  "No,,) I" think, not,"   assented  Nina.  "So I  thaught.  I know- your   sort.  You're thr; 'humble violet shrinking in  , the  shade.'. There  iiin't��� many    of  'em.  about no'wadi't,ys,'! added the    shri.'wcl  Polly,   "mom's   the  pity!'"'.. .     ,  She, brought home another1 order������  a toque this time���and Nina worked  at.'it.���for some reason,' .inexplicable  to the male mind, a toque is a more  elaborate performance than.a hat���,  oil the next day. Polly ' approved' of  it, but looked at Decima with .Stern  scrutiny.  "You're working yourself to death.  And you're thinking all the time."  Nina'. colored quickly. "l.oc>k here,  you want a change,. Come to the  theatre' to-night... I'll   pass you  in.".  Nina, shrank ��� 'from the offer for  awhile, but finally gave in. Polly  got her a seat in the upper circle���a  back seat with a pillar to dodge���  and went oft"behind;.  .'Mna xeit strange at nrst. a>ne had  neyer been to,a theatre alone before,  and .the troublous times she had  passed through made, her nervous  and self-conscious. But presently she  grew calmer.  -Mr.   Hartourt   was' a   liberal   manager and   ,had    "presented"    a. first  piece  to  his  audience.      "Presented''  is   not   altogether   inappropriate;   for  certainly (.the  one-act   "comedy"   was  not   worth  paying  for.   It. was  supposed     to_   be    sentimental, , with  a'  touch   of   comic   humor arid   pathos.  I Unfortunately     the    comic ' and "the  pathetic  changed     places ' now      and,  again,   and   the   sentiment either,  ir-  iitat<-d  Nina  or     made  her "want  to  laugh.   The rest of the audience star- '  ed at it w ith an Arctic indifference or  guyed    it     under  their     breath;   and  when, the   curtain'fell   upon  the   forced  situations,     the .forced  dialogue,  and  the  wooden' acting-^-for not    the  best  actor or .actress alive could talk  ,the stuil set  down for them nnd re-'  main flesh ��� and blood���the pcoplo  yawned and tho, male part promptly  went to the bars' for tho refreshment  they sorely needed,. But it was very  different when the band struck up the  overtuie to the musical iarcc.< The  thing was well done, and, Nina enjoyed c it. She ' recognised Polly  amongst the, chorus, and once or  twice caught, a scarcely perceptible  nod from her in the direction of the  upper circle. .t '���  . "Well,  what did you think of it?"  asked   Polly   .when they    got home.'  Yon cannot be expected to have faith ia  Shfloh'* Conmmption Cure, ihe Luna  Tonic, as a cure for Colds, Coughi and aU  diseases of the air passages, if you have  nol tried it. We have faith in it, and we  guarantee it If ft doesn't cure you it costj  you nothing, ff it does it costs you 25c  That's fair. Try it to-day.  Shiloh has cured many thousands of the  most obstinate cases, and we do not hesitate  to say that it will cure any Cold, Cough,  Throat or Lung trouble. If we did not  believe this we would not guarantee ft.  Shiloh has had an unbroken record of  success for thirty years. It has .tood'  every possible test without failure.   Further  AN At-BERTA  POSSIL.  Proof  is found in the many testimonials of those  who have tried Shiloh'and been cured.  Mrs. Archie Taylor, Asaph, Pa., writes:���  " I bought a bottle of Shiloli'i CbniuinpHon Cure  and found it very beneficial. J h��ve two children, !  and they had a terrible coush. I gave theta  evcrytninz I could think of. butrhey got no bettn,  until one evening my husband bovght a bottle or  Shiloh. We gave it to the children when they  went to bed. and they slept all nijht. It cured  1 shall always keep it in the  them completely,  house."  <*>3  SHILOH  25c. with guarantee wherever medicint ia sold.  "All alive, isn't it, and'it gocs-with  a bang, eh?"  Nina expressed her admiration- for  the big piece, but was silent about  the first; and Polly i no'dded, as if  Nina 'had criticized iti> ' "r�� a '  l. "Yes, the first piece, ^'For�� a Sister's Sake,'\ is feeble,  isn't it?"  ''  "Yes,"     said Nina   with deference.  "The'idea  is   ar,ver,y  pretty, and ,^ef-v  fective one, but they' talk���",  '    "Like people in a book,  one of the  old'frumpish, books,1 I know."    f  "And they're never'''surprised ���. at  the(imost extraordinary coincidences,"  continued Nina, .warming to hertsubject. ' "Nothing astonishes them.  When the man comes back from ,>Am-  erica with/a million, of .money -nobody "asks"him , how he made it in  four months; ^ when the heroine gives  up her sister' to the , hero they. all  take it as 'a matter df t course', as if  it didn't,ino,tter���"\ ' -'  .  ,"And, it[ doesn't���to the audience,"  said Polly.       ,       '        <. .  "And the "little girl���'' <,  1 " 'Shall I be a hanged when I die,  mother?'" quoted Polly. '' "Ves; if  any sensible mother had a child like  that she'd put its head-in a bucket."  "IIow is it that Mr.. Harc'ourt',v-who  must be a clever man, puts on such  a silly first j>iecc?"( askc-d Nina. L '.  " Polly shrugged her shoulders. "Oh,  they ^ori't think of anything but  'My Lady, Pride.' Anything's good  enough to, play' the people in. It's  only the pit and gallery and a  sprinkle  in  the  upper circle."  "Poor people! What have they  done thrft they should be bored1' to  death?" said,Nino. i  ''.'Oh, .well," responded Polly, "perhaps it makes 'cm all the keener to  see the.big piece. See?, But all tho  same I'm sorry for the peojile' who  play in it. Miss Tracoy, for instance���who inlays the idiotic ' sister���can act awfully well if she has  a. part to suit her." ,  The toque was as great a success  as the preceding "confections'' Nina  had turned out, and 'nearly every  day Polly brought home a fresh order. She put the'price-up, ol couise,  and the joint earnings of the two  girls enabled 'them not only to live  better, but to go for little outings  in tho day tune; so that Nina's face  began to lose , im sharpness and  something of the, old light began to  creep back to her eyes. Polly made  her promise not to work" at the mil-  lineiy at night, and Nina passed the  tune while Polly was at the theatre  in leading���and di earning of the  past. One night Polly asked her to  go to the theatre to sec Miss Tra-  cey, who wanted a new hat, and insisted upon giving the instructions  herselt. "We can't' have her here;  they'd all want to come." Nina  lvsitated, but at last consented,  "llehind the scenes" Is always somewhat awe-inspiring to the novice,  and Nina made a n->rvous grab at  J'olly 's hand as they passed amongst  the ' forest of w'in^s and "back  cloths"' to Miss Traxey's" dressing-  room.  That young lady was making up  for the idiotic first piece; but, after  a stn:e of something like surprise,  shf> received Nina in , the friendly  "hail fellow well met" fashion of tho  jji oiession und explained what it was  she wanted. The call-hoy summoned  lift in the iriidst of her elaborate de-  eci iplion  "Jicn't go yet; wait till 1 come off  again, Miss Wood," she said.  "I'"r aps you'd like to go to tho  wings and see the play. I'll put it  light ji ith the  stage-miinnger."  Sho got the permission and Nina  *pnt up and stood out of sight.  She'd seen the play once too often;  and instead of listening to the vapid  dialogue sue let her mind wander. It  .wandered-- in so strange a direction  tliiix she roused, herself with'.a start.  ''Well, .silly-.thing, isn't it?" said  M.rss Tracey.' with a; mouc of disgust,  "i wonder they stand it. But it's  w< ndcrfiil what, the Orent P. I',. will  stj.nd. About the hat, Miss Wood,"  eti . '  ��� ���'      ���'���       I  ' -  Nina could not sleep, that night.  Tim idea that had come to her as  she stbo/1 at the wings haunted.-her;  and the next evening s|ie almost uni-  ���chanie'ally. got a ,pcn and some paper  and 'begun to write. Sho was so  absorbed in her task that she lost  cour.t of the hours, and had only  ju.st time to ' snatch up the many,  sheets .she. hall covered', and .thrust  them into a drawer as Polly came  in.  Tho next night she took them out  and fell to work again, reud what  she had written, and was going to  tear it up; but something held her  hand, and. with a ijjrimace; she put  them away in ,the drawer again.  (To be Continued.)  A Winsr/ed'General of  tlie  Seaa.  One of the most extraordinary specimens of the fish family is tlie "nam ,hal  gnan," or great general of the south  sea,  an animal of the whale species,  which has its home in the Indian ocean.  A full grown nam is upw.ard of thirty-  five f<��et in length,,pure black in color  and has eyes' as large as a saucer. Besides the above characteristic features,  .which   may  be 'said  to  be wlialclike,  iWitlr.the exception of the'eyes, tho nam  has tivo immense tusks which resemble those of the elephant, both in size  and   color, 'and .two   queer "winglike'  membranes extending mlong -its sides  from-tho side litis almost, to< the tail.  The old nanis have,a ciirious habit'of.  marshaling their kind to do battle with  the whales, and "the sharks,, android  mariners say that they maneuver with,  so much intelligencet aud sagacity that  they are known to all the islanders by  names which signify winged"gener'als,  winged -warriors��� or winged-chiefs of  the seas, ,    * * 'r,  ~ ' '     '*'!','.  1      '   v i    The Heliotrope.     :  ^Although the heliotrope is a tender,  plant, extremely sensitive to cold, it is  one.of' the'best plants for,, cultivation  indoors. It seems to have few diseases  ana,Unusually free from iusect'eneuiies,  .while'with abundant'water and sunshine i and sufficient artificial heat it  will bloom all winter long year after  tyear and is soi tenacious of life" that,,  when cut down toia"mere stick'it  quickly shoots forth" luxuriant, new  wood. In addition to" this the more the  plant Is pruned the���rnore luxuriantly it  blossoms. The blossoms should be cut  with a' considerable length' of the new  wood upon which tbeyrgrow, and if at  once fully immersed in water and then  placed'deep in a well filled'vase they  remain fresh and odorous. for many  days.i The plant1 is-a little-difflciilt for  amateurs to propagate from cuttings,  though with plenty of water, and sun  and some bottom -heat the young cuttings quickly root and prosper.   , '    ,   '*  Bon���� of a Prehistoric Monster Found  , Near Bantry, Alta.  TVhile on a hunting trip recently II.  A Crofton of Alberta came across some  foss-ihzed bones Vrom tlie few specimens at hand it is Impossible to make  3. surmise as to w-hat species of extinct  monster the animal belonged, but the  snze must have  been  enormous.  The find was made in Dead Lodse  Canyon, and the attention of Mr. Crofton was arrested by some of the original bones protrudinjr from a cut bank.  Investigation showed thexu to be. embedded In a stan'dstone formation, and  it was necessary*10 obtain tools and put  in some hard work before the body was  even partly uncovered,  i "Work was started in from the bank,  and the developments were watched  with great interest. When the excavation proceeded far enoiifrh a larjre portion of the remains of some extinct  monster were revealed.  Owing- to the difficult nature of the  work it was not found possible to uncover" more than a small portion fit the  remains, but the vertebrae and ribs  were la.id bare   .  According',to Mr. Crofton, the backbone is-as large as a man's body, and  the j>ortSon exposed rs about seven feel  'In length. Attached to the vertebrae  were eijrht ribs of enormous sfze% measuring- three or four feet in lengrtli, some  of them a foot or so in'width. There  lias been no time for further investigation, but three of the fossilized bone:-  ha%'�� been brought iu by the discoverer. ' ,   '  They are all brbken.-but con be eas  *lyi fitted together. As to what_ portion  of the body of the animal they are from  is'purely conjecture. Judging from appearance, one "which is broken, Into  three pieces is probably a section Pi  tho tall. It is about ten inches in diameter and four .inches thick., Through  the centre is an opening which possibly  contained the spinal Void.  i. Another, whi<m is also' broken, ha?  the appearance of having been'connected with one of the joints. One Inrg"  plecej the onlyn one which is whole,  looks as.-though" It was a hoof,      '     '  - A bone which has the appearance of  a. thigh bone" has been forwarded to  authorities in'the east for examination,  and their'opinion will bcawaited .with  Interest.'-"If/.the remains are all recovered and in fairly good, condition,  M,rr  .Crofton has made a discovery wWch;  ���hould' be 'of value and Interest to  ���dentist*.'  _ '-   ���      . ���,"'.'_  - Dead Lodge Canyon, where the discovery, was made, is .one of the most  weirdly interesting places in the Tern-  'terries. It ,ls situated betw-een 22 and 25  miles northeast of Bantry,' on the Canadian Paaific Railroad imain line,' which  la its nearest point from the railway,  ��uad on the banks of the Red Deer Rlyer.  Free Gifts of Toilet Soa  Use   SUNUGHT   SOAP  and   GET   THE   PREMIUMS  The Coupons are the same as cash because- they can be exchanged for Toilet Soaps  for which you have to pay out money every week.  Users of SUNLIGHT and CHEERFUL SOAPS can get.their'.TOILET SOAPS  for nothing. ' ''    .        , ��� - ,  ,     Read circular in every package, or write us for Premium List       - ,      '      ,  A gift is of little value if it consists of, something you have no, use for.    -  In  exchange for Sunlight Soap Coupons you can get something you(need and use  ��� every day. ,   ', ,     < ^ -.    ,  SAVE   SUNLIGHT   SOAP   COUPONS  ' '   , - Lev��rtBrothei-sLtmited,.Torpnto,Can5d��   ''-',,  A CANADIAN  FOREST.  -    , A  Pat Iteplr.   .   ��� i  S   ' ��� ,  1   President McKinle'y once had an ap-'  plicant for the post of minister ,to Brai  zil who brought with him--a  petition,  sighed by 7,000 Chicagoans.   It seems  that he was a picture framer, and as  he- went about canvassing, for orders  he was in the habit of collecting signatures  to  his  petitipn.    President  Mc-  Kinley listened respectfully to' tho ap-"  plicant, questioned him as to his qualifications and finally explained that before he could give the matter berious  consideration be would have to confer  with the senators and representatives  from Illinois.  "You know that we have to select-  big'men for these big places," said the  president kindly as he bade bis caller  goodby.   ,  "Won't I be just as big as any of 'em  If I get the job?",was tho retort  Unique Reproduction at a  Recent  Din-,  ner  In  Brooklyn.^ N. Y..     \   >  The New Tofk Herald, ^, of the ,11th  "Jan., says: Unique among Brooklyn  functions was a Canadian dinner given  .last night by Alfred Van Derwerken at  hU home, .No. -265 Berkeley place, for  'his son; Alfred Van Derwerken, Jr.,' of  Quebec, In {he centre of'.the. large, table was an exact reproduction of a  .camp in the Canadian forest,' near Lake  Alexander, where Mr. Wan Derwerken  and his friends hunt'every fall. It was  Mr. Van Derweken's sixty-third,birth-  day.     .,���,,.,,  Jacques - Ceyer, W a r French-Indian  guide, made'the hut with his knife. It  was nearly'three feet square,'and in  every detail v.as an 'exact reproduction  of a', log cabin used Iri the campj as  headquarters.- On 'the 'sides tof the' Ht-  .tle,cabin .were miniature fishing rods,  snowshoes and'skins of animals. _  At etthcr end of the cabin were ponds  of water representing the lakes that  surround, the Canadian camp. Floating  Leper Colony on D'Arcy''Island.  Ottawa.'���Di. flryce, chief ' medical  ollicer of inmiigiatioii, on his recent  visit to the Pacific coast visited' utlie  leper colony on D'Arcy, J^sland, neai  VictQiiuj where about a dozen Chinese  lepei.s aie segregated. ���Tlie' outcasts  aie lioti.secl in two buildings.' One Con-  tainsi six rooms, the other two.^Kach  apartment is furnished with a bunk  and bedding, cook stove and utensils.  Ample provisions, such as rice, Chinese  condiments, (including cured fish,  flour, pork, fresh nreats* and,fish; im  provided in abundance, .besidesj, tht,  inhabitants, own "two dozen fow]>,, and  luv'o under cultivation nearly ail acie  of cleared <Jnnd on which they raise  vegetables.  Pitiful 'as their lol m'liy npponr fc  those iwincrmiiiutc-d Villi ' tlieir condi;'  tiqns ofre.\istaiic<r.' it.-is, nevertheless  thfl opinion of inspector Wilson, whe  has for (he'past seven.years attended  bo their needs, that the Chinese iifter  the first few weeks reconcile '(themselves,to tlieir enforced exile, v The  lepers range; in age from a youth 'of 22  to men of about -15 years. Tho longest  resident oh the colony has been" .there  for nine years; the last-''arrival was  landed two weeks ago. Between occupying their minds' at gardening aud  aud 'Carpentering,1- their household  duties and the preparation ol" theii  frugal meals, the inhabitants" frequently amuse "themselves, and incidentally  supply the community1, larder, ' b\  shooting sea gulls. _ ' , '" ^ ,  . Tho .-station is maintained by �� tlie  Province of'British Columbia, but a  jriibvcment is on, foot, to haveit taken  over jby'<the Dominion Government.  HAS BEENrALL ������!;:.'  .RIGHT EVER SINCE  '     *  .i     v, - ,  T. H. BELYEAV P.~M.,'- PROVES  THAT  DODD'S' KIDNEY.  PILLS   CURE  PERMANENTLY. ^     ,  ',        ,     ,"   . '-���^-     ,-"   t,  ,     -  Some     Years    Since   He   Used   Them  .Now and  He  Has  Had  Good  Health  ,   fcver  Since���Story of a'\Well-Known  New, Brunswick'Man. ,     * i  ��� There'are 4,000'bogiran, m \j���, 1  at the  present time, 3Kji  , ' ��� Uanirnrr .'Water. <-  The first alcoholic perfume was Hungary water, made from, rosemary by A wave siren is bom  Elizabeth of Hungary. 1370, sho huv- London hospital to test 'v,\m  ,ing .procured the'recipe'from" a Hungarian hermit. This perfume became  popular throughout all Europe In that  and the succeeding century. -',"'  Auclent  Inlrn. r  The"' ancient ^hiks closely' resembled  black , paint,. and on, account 'of ' the  larger quantity, of "gum employed In  tlieir composition' the letters stood up  in relief on the parchments as,,though  embossed.   ,      0 ~ ,   " '-, -���    \  ���'     i    , r~r ��� ���'"  ',        i ,      Chevalier Buyardl,"' '        r> ,  /Ihe famous Chevalier Bayard, who  Is held"up,In nil the histories and romances as a, model of chivalry, was  greatly opposed to the use" oftircarms  and always ordered1 hia' troops' (d put  captured' musketeers', to,death without  mercy, as practicing.a'form of.warfare  entirely unclvilizedcarid unlawful.  a deaf person hears.  British-authorities'  used in ||  souiiij  (      .jTndlnna   In, Colnmliua"i,riri)��. ,,    j.  . While 'therb'nre^'noKCornplete.' statistics -available, careful 'estimates from  rall. possible sources;.\>f/ Information'  make It probable thntJat the timcrof  the discovery there .wcre'iio'inoVe thnV  BOO.lKX) Indians in "all North ArnRrien.' _"-  -'   "-' r ,11- It      ..'' "-       >'  The ..Church  Urnbrelln.  : The' Church ,of-St'"Peter/' Mancroft, -  .possesses a'glgaiitlc"uinbre]hi capable'  of'covering the-heads, oC- twelye people."  ..Ou,rainy wedding flays��"it"is"i>sed to"  -protect, the 'dressosi-df ��� tho;, bride,',and'  bridesmaids, while at funerals,'should  the day be wet, it' serves to cover th'eo  mourners at the graveside.    ���''    ','",  andr the United  Slates 'n.r'lfa^f  understand^ngjrt'ganlinK  \>uC*i^f  . .'John O. Bra:ly, govejnnr 0�� Alasi, fi  has resigned., ^i  STOP IT  Every drink, of lioiioi  lil.w  (ur^.V, I  heart'beyond the  natutal !..���-,t   i( S*\  causes'kidney ami - IU el   uhli,Us  \>T  exhaustion i$ ony of the sili'a. m< i*^  on by  even inoderafu  <bl;ii,.V   E(m ,1 I  'once the, U8e of liquor.  ,11 r InpneVts-, I  ences you to do Hits It  is  that  you -.have  the  Ul^tKr-i'  ��r irieSnwr,  anil   netfd   medical   h<'If>,   T-i>r ���-.<t r-  tho be��t�� aid. -The  Keetc/ Cure nil ���  jttored ���  half   ariiiUHrm ' |i>��r��l''''i��PtV'r  ���heblth, f prosperity  and h.ifir':,-n.��j. lr* E  to-day for  evidence and  ��(��� vitt'gm'*  our-clalma.  ^Address 'In '(onflifafY'   ,  �� '  THE', KEELEY   INSTITUTE  1 .-,. 133. Osborne St.; Wlnn'ljieg.   - i  ..J^owert >Vindsor, Carleton Co., ''N.B.,  February 20���(Special).���"Yes,"I have  ood health ever since.-I used'.Dodd's  Kidney" Bills.". .The speaker, was ;]\lr.  T. ^H..3ulyea, > postmaster here, -'and  one of - the most' highly respected men  in'this part o�� th'e country. Asked,, to  give his'e.vperience with the'groaT Can-  i.ij ,   An ilniiect'M  Anchor,       \       '  The synnpta.'a1 wo'.cr insect, Is pro-  'vlded with anr,anchor the exact shape  of the anchor^used,by ships. tBy'mea"us  of. this peculhir device-the-insect holds  itself,firmly In any desired spot.   ,     - '  . '>',. -SThe-Pastor's Robe,J '.^ ^j]  : A story is t'old 6t thelate Dr. Peddle,  a'Scotch minister, to whom1 his congregation had presented a pulpit robe. He  had never "worn" a robe,vand) after ac-"  knowledglng tho'^girt, .<hO'-sald -he  would wait in-tlie'^estry five.minutes  after service ,to hear any objectors* to  the.' inriovation.='|Nbbody '���appeared, but  one old ,lady, who, on being asked-Wbat  her objcctlons^wcre, answered that she"  had read'tho epistles"'-of St.''Paul and.  Father of the Weather  Bureau.  The father of tlie weather, bureau  service was Increase A. Lapham, a  modest and retired ��� but ripe scholar,  who lived In Milwaukee. He was the  first to note by telegraph the progress  of the wind currents and storms and  to predict their appearance hi specified  neighborhoods. Oa the strength of a  weather dispatch from Omaha'in 18G0  or thereabouts be announced the first  storm on Lake Michigan that ever was  heralded twelve hours in advance of  its arrival.. The first work of the  weather bureau was under his charge  in Chicago. It was' on the small beginnings of Dr. Lapham, that the entire system of the signal service was  based.   Dr. Lapham died in 1S75.  Untied: v  "1 had been  troubled with' my' kidneys for' a . number of years.   1 tried  __.        _ several    kinds    of plasters and, other  on the little ponds were tiny ducks and [kinds of medicines, but did not seem  loons, carved by the guide, .ar��l canoes .to get-any lasting benefit. .' Hearing  modelled after thone used by the Brook- DoJd's Kidney Pills so highly recoiti-  lyn men on their hunting trips. In the mended 1 decided to try them and'they  ponds were goldfish. Surrounding the |made a'compiete cure of me. That'is  ponds 'were rows of Canadian twigs, two years ago now aud as I said before  representing the forests, and partly [1 have had good health ever since I  concealed among these vvera 'various .used Dodd's Kidney Pills."  kinds of birds and animals _, ' |    DodJ's  Kidney Pills  cure  once1 arid  Lining the dining room were rows of for all. There is 'hb stage or form ot  evergreen trees, such as abound in ,the !Kidney' Disease that they do not cure  Canadian forests. Partly concealed be- completely and permanently,  hind  a  little  grove  of  trees, was seen  adian Kidney Remedy1 Alr/.Belyea'con-' .could not find any ��� reference to    tho  riniiP,i-��� '.,'.        .���-        V      ,   'I apostle wearing a-'gown:-" What-eplstla  the head of a*big oaribou.c which was  American  insurance  companies   are  recently shot by Mr   Van Derwerken.  Demg  granted   special   protection   by  There were stuffed animals in the room  t]le   French   government  that were killed near the camp. .Many _1 [_^   .'  Prices^ of American fiuits in 'England are to be diminished by a 'now  patent on shipping  boxes.   - '  of the courses were served in \og cabins', canoes and on small sivowshoes, all  whittled out of trees In the Canadian  camp.  The Dear,  Worn  Hand.  Few things are capable of touching  one with a deeper sense of pathos tliau  the shrunken, blue veined hand of one  who is near and dear. Nothing brings  a sharper pang of foreboding and a  harder lump in tlie throat than the first  time it strikes us that the gentle bund  that soothed our childish pains and  griefs and has gladly worn away Its  softness and beauty in our servlc-o Is  thin and withered, -with purple veins  that stand out like whipcords when it  lies at rest. Such a hand ought to look-  more beautiful to those for whom it has  toiled, -whoso suffering It has charmed  away, than the fairest hand ever modeled by a sculptor.     :  Think the   Earth   In  Hollow.  According to a queer belief in existence, among the Icelanders, all waters  which flow toward the north are drawn  thitherward by a suction created by the  oceans tumbling,downward through the  hollow -which, they firmly, believe, penetrates our globe from pole to pole.  Their authority for this curious belief  is the "Utama Saga," a eemisacred  work, -written early, in ��� tlie fourteenth  century.  Holding:  Hiin<l��.  De Garry���Why Is it that when a fellow is alone with a. girl he loves they  seldom play cards? , Merrltt���Because  If they did sho would have to hold bei  own hand.  "Some men don' worry," snid Uncle  liben, " 'cause dey's got. too much  sense, and others don' worry 'cause  ���dey aln' got sense enough,"���Washington Stat,     .   -.���.._.      ._���_..���  Noted  Speech  of  By-Gone  Days.  Hon. Joseph Howe, of Nova Scotia,  speaking in^lSC-i, thus firmly laid hold  on the kernel of Imperialism:  "If then, Mr. Chairman, the British  and Colonial statesmen of the present  day, cordially co-operating, do not incorporate this people into tho British  Empire, or make a nation of therm, they  .will, long --before their numbers have  swelled so much, make a nation of  themselves. T_,et me not be misunderstood, sir; I say nothing here that I  would not utter in the presenoe of the  Queen. If disposed to declare our independence tomorrow. I do not believe  that Her Majesty's Government wpuld  attempt to prevent us by force. If they  did, they would fall.  "But what I want thorn to understand is this, that they lost one-half  of this continent by not comprehending It; and that just so sure as they  expect the sentiment of loyalty to attach the other half to Kngland, while  the people of two small Islands divide  the distinctions and the influence of  the Kinpire among them, they will, by  any by, bo awakened by the peaceful  organization of a great country, whose  Inhabitants must be Urltons In every  sense of the word, or something more."  A Casket of Pearls.���Dr. Von Stan's  Pineapple Tablets 'would prove a great  solace to the disheartened dyspeptic if  he would but test their potency. They're  veritable gems in preventing the seating  nf stomach disorders, by aiding and stimulating digestion.���60 of those health  pearls" In a box, and (hey cost ,13 cents.  did you read?!'"asked "'the -doctor.  "From Romans".to Hebrews," answer-'  ed.the old lady. "Weil,. Janet," Baid  her .minister,."I have read, from Ro-,  mans to Hebrews also, and* I could  never find'any reference-to-the apostle  wearing the breeks. What would you  think ifyou saw me going into 'tha  pulpit without b'reeks?';  StrennoiiM   Hint.  "I was w;cadlng an���aw���account of'a'  -woman being hooked to death by a  beastly cow, doncher know,*' remarked young Dudeleigh. "Weally, I cawn't  imagine a -more howwible affair, can  you, MIss'CausMrrue?"'  "Xo, Mr. Dudeleigh," replied Miss  Caustique,,"unless It Is being bored to  death by a calf."  And when she illustrated'her remarl-  with 'a .large, open faced yawn younr  Dudeleigh proceeded to get a hurry,'on  himsclJ'.���Detra't Tribune.  ;',   HAVE. YOU EVE3 TRIED  "mPstmm tea  f."GUARANTEED THE BEST1/  ���  '/".F.'NOf; BEGIN N0Wv '  -It is the. Best Valuej'n Canada'  -' '   To-day-at 35, 40 and 50c   ���  ��� -    ' '  per pound,,  and'half lb.   Lead   Padki  3 lb,  and  5   lb. Tias.  SUFFERING   WOMEN.  Find, Health  and Strength  in  the   Use  of  Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.  Every   growing girl   and   every  wo-  RTommfiidud. by   most   eminent   phys- iman   nenring   the  mldritb  life   suffers  'dans���G4 ' ' jlrom ailments peculiar to her sex. At  ���     those times the health and happiness  The   Duke  D'Orleans   was  given sa 'ot every girl and woman depend upon  gold   medal   at, Brussels  in  honor of lho  richness  and    regularity    of    her'  his  Arctic expedition. j blood.    Look at the young girl .whose  1    '   t -       I blood is weak  and wat'Jt-y.    Her race  ;is pale, her lips and gums  bloo-lless  /linard's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria, jllor head  aches and her, back  aches   ; .��� ' ,     |She has no energy^ no life, a poor ap-  The    Chlnnsn    <���0rn,���������f  i,,��   ,..,.'netlte anu" "�� desire for exercise. She  aged    a  at $0,000  The Coolgardie gold ti.'l.ib .ire tt ; ...  be supplied with w.uei fioiu a pM.prfc  330 miles  distant;  Geographers   represciiiuia; dio P-*1* f IjiJ  Clpal nations a'rci.it  woiU in (J'-rw.tl r  on a gigantic map of the e.irtli.  Minard's  . .Cows.  Liniment   Cures   Garget  Tho Austrian battleship rvreuu!  launched at Triest has ;i speul ci  20.37   knots. ,  Farmers  in  Norway Tiro uhins S!S  weed  for fuel. t.  Chinese    government lia^   en-  Japanese  railway^ ot^er ^Z^cZ^ ^ "^  a  year.  rVnrl the woman in middle life���slier Is nervous,  irritable and depieased ��� liable to  Prominent residents of Spanish sudden attacks of pain and distress  towns wore swindled by 'a man who that" only a woman knows of. Sho  said-he was an aide to King Edward, turns  from'food;   horrible    dizziness,  hot and cold flashes, make    hor    life  The'king of the BeK'i.u.s ii.i" ''&ii*  only one appearance at I'uhUc ^  ship In the past' year.  Kour' offlcors of the itnii-li W",  and three from the Judi-'ii .u��n *'���  bo  attached  to  the  J.ipan ".,> .irtin. _  'Jne  total  cost of  the  Russo-Japan-  ! miserable.  But  Dr.   Williams'   Pink  se   war  lo   Russia  roubles.  Pills banish all   this  misery,  because  was   l,0CG,C00,000tlloy  ������   L|)e '^   w,lh   ,,d)    ^^  I healthy   blood   which   gives   tone  mid   ,             strength to every delicate organ. Tho  II  Thoy   Wake the Torpid  iSiionries ��� ?   .�� '.f "  i'"?' Ua"by'  ol   1,lb,"'>'-  Maclilnory   not     properly     8u,,orvl��..i    .     ' 'S  0n0 of Jh0  inany thnt  |)mv"K  [and left to run itself  very soo    shmV�� !'I,,',,���!10   ,nc'(lif5illc  C!l"  com paw   with  Tiope nn��x Joy.       ' | ault in   Its   working     it   is   ,hp ��.?,^ ��''- Wlllini"��'  pinl< ^"Is in curing (he  Hope, of nil passions, most befriends with the digestive organs IJnre^ i ,lls ��f womanltl"'h Mrs. Danljy says:  us here. Joy has her tears, and trans- "ted irom time to time thoy -ire ilk* 'V'1"1* l)r- Williams' Pink Pills a report has her death, nbpe, like a cor- ^; to become torpid and throw the a Wess*f��S tp,suffering, women. , For  -'  ; -1'. whole system   out  of   mar      P,rn 1   a :,onR ^^ >  Wi"  !'    S��a.t    su^rer,  lee's   Vegetable  Pills '-wW innvi,^ 1^ troin U,c ""lcnts-that elTe.ct so many  ������ ��� muL   '���" of my sex.   1  dial, innocent, though strong, man's  heart at once inspirits and serenes, nor  .makes him pay his "wisdom for hia  joys.���Young. '.''-   ,-���  meet such, cases. They"restore irT n, my .sex. ���-.I  wns extremely  liervoiis  full   the   flagging  faculties, ".mi  L'i    at    iU1 ���   Umes'   'suffered'ii great'deal  into order ^iM^ffm^S r^V i hcatIaches   ���*   iudigestion.    In  ���-----~-^____l fact T waH in   "��� thoroughly 'miserable-  ~~~~~~ ~''���'"''���������..���      |condition when I began the use of Dr.  ���-,���.' ;,- Williams  Pink: Pills,  but arter taking  Firmt Nerrro Min��trei. .them-.n short, (inio I began tn'.itnprbve,  The first man who ever saug a necr- a,Hl  *nrt?"Bh(.'their ..riirllior  use,   1   am  3^- %mX��*" S\z oS;;'S"'""" x>"�� "'"' ��� "���-"  black  paint,   burned   cork  being  then  do."  "Coughs  and  Colds "   Coidrare the most d.inper'  oii�� of all  form?  of  disu,i��*.    ���  neglected cold leadi to HroiuhiH'.  Consumption.        Pneumonia.  ���'Coughs" are the result ol m'-11;  cd bronchial tubes.    "V^n^i  cures cougln' by removing tin' i"  tatlng  particles   and   he.d.ni,' '  . inflamed membrane.   It ���> ��>���' ",','  cide   and   destroys   the   tnbcic.c_  germ.   ,It is a tonic that .slri-n.?'n  ens the lungs, the liver, and>' L�� -  up the system. -. It makes lor l'��i  health in all conditions of luinia" ;���  Get strong and the cough ���will ui��  appear.' ''PsvchiNe". m  n^r-i  ikes ��wk  It. cures, cough*.0'���  of the great good  they can  1  people strong,   n ���-"������-���  ������    ,,.  the most obdurate kind and-break*  , up a,cold in a few hours.  GREATEST OF ALL TONlOS  UlllUJOWIl.  I Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can make  .every ailing girl (and suffering woman  |in the hind strong and healthy-if l.hev  are given a fair ti'iiil. lint groat care  must be taken to' see thai vo'u get the  genuine pills with the full" name, Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People,  on the ��� wrapper.-around each box.  Sold  by medicine dealers . everywhere.  there is reallv little ,|n������,.'tni'if��" :,r,"  !"'  aont  by  lrlf'i!  at   50c'"��   hox  or   six  , lslea"-V 'nut tl.ingei.to life.  The boxes   for".$2.50    by writing Tlie Dr  shocks  have bee,, known to come as j Williams'    lied clnr/ Co.   Brookvllle;  frequently as eighty times in an hour.  [Ont. ' '  Sun   Sulvmlor.  San Salvador is built ou a volcano.  It has been three times destroyed by an  eartliquake, but tbe people are becoming accustomed' to such occurrences.  Earthquakes are pretty freQiient, aud  while  one  is   naturally  very.'nervous  (PRON0UNCE0tsl-KEEN)  ALL BRUCCISTS-OHE; DOlLAR-f-R" TRIAL  DR. T. A. 8LOOUM, Um  Itori  178 Kin* fit. W. Toronto, Can  ad��  v��r   r* Kt   No  &?u  ���'-in* *THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A Series of Articles Deaerib-    3
p^g  their  Lives, their Aims.    »
and their Influence.   ' ,   ' S
47,  '
iV '
Fdi'tor and Proprietor of theStandard,
'. Carman, Manitoba. " h ' ~
When a man has stood -tlie wear
.nil tear'oof the ; now spnper business
or 'over thirty yeais and still rotairiH
hilitv, and love ut't sport, sufhcient
n, lus* make-up" to''annually hunt-tlie
mounding , buck over the prairie " or
bllow tho squawking Avild .goose >)to
ts lair, according*to the-, statutes in
uch cases made,,and-provided, theic is
...: case, of cause" and' effect: somewhere'
fin'the problom. i 1' ,'^-^ > * '■-, ,
; It. may-be.'1 that' iho' .satisfaction
which tiio"~ruuiun'g" '/of -a-- /successful
provincial .. newspaper:w in ; yvostorn
Canada .-gives ^Mr.'. George,, IIar-
per, editor and proprietor-of, the. Car-
'nian "Standard^'eiiablos«liLmyto -follow
joyously and,,successfully ;tho \ffail -of
tho sandhiir s'ta'g, or "it may be 'that
"tlie sound of^tho,-"honk-honk"; of. the
| wavy' is, a change from the clatter of
Lthe printing-press '-and [•. relieves ^'the
nerves of "a newspaperman, conducting
an 'enterprising/country"' paper-' and a
largo job'priiitiiig'-es'tablisliintrnt.'v ."•
,<■ Wliatover*"ma"y jbe 'the "-cause".' and,-
Hhatever may ho tho cffpet-'in-' suclr a
pioblom is "a'matter, off", indifference,
lor tlio   editor>of-thoVCarman'Stall-
I ihud is'well  known,   and   ,his    many
''friends-in'tho province of'"Manitoba,
are not worried, as'to wliqthcr.'a'first-
class .'newspaperman!,', naturally 'becomes-a sportsman or ■'the''-lover. of
rod 'and gun ''becomes '. necessarily* 'a
good 'angler' for bdsinefss 'or»a tireless'
pursuer of a-political-,opporieiit. - As a
matter'of fact,-tho combination isi'un-
,usual aiid'Mr.ellafper.-is'.aii exception
••to'-the general rule.-. \t-   " .'.     •   ■-
It was 'in ,the; order, of 'things'- that
Mr. Harper should have-boon born in,
die county of Huron,' tho birthplace
of'-many prominent , .Canadian newspapermen of tho provincial pi-ess. lV lie
"was, borii-iii"Goderich.' *Whon#ho was
sevon' years old" his" father'*^ with7''his
, family, removed" to ,tho 'city,,of Ulnnf-,
"ilton .and under ,:tlie-.oircuni8tauccsT-it
'is/to be supposed Uiaf.tho'future cdit-J
or of tho Carman Standard-felt,it' a
|'duly * to go "with .them. " ."Educated,
iu, Hamilton/'ho,, ut an", early ^age^do^
volopcd a taste for - printer's inky'-lii
comparison with j. which the desire
of .the man-eating tiger' for h'u-
m;m- blood is a passing fancy J He
entered 'the-"printing *v business 'iu the
oihco of the -Hamilton Spectator Jwlicre
he learned his trade as, a compositor
Slid for ^hirty years worked either, in
-that'office or the oflico of, its rival,
the Hamilton Times. •- The newspupei
offices of the two well, conducted,
cleier Hamilton    papeis    wero    good
■schools of,- bright, up-to-date journalism'and there'is ovident-o of the
brightness of the- Spectator .and -the
solidity of the Times in tho Carman
Standard of to-day.' Thitty -your?
train a mUn-vwl)oso only holidays are a
few weeks' fishing and shooting every
year.' , ,
Mr. Harper didn't respond to the
call of the West .until 1803. "West-
oi-n Manitoba hadn't developed sufficiently before that time. Tho shooting
oxcellent though it' might bo was not
sufficient to lure Mr. Harper fiom
the shadow,of the Hamilton'mounlniij.
and tho charm of a-newspaper situa-,
tion dominated by John Robsoii'Cameron until an opportunity came to
buy out the' Carman Standard. Mi
Harper bought it. There are several
reasons that would lead ono.to believe
that Mr. Harper has not ' regretted
his western move i in, 1S(J3. The
town of Carmarf has doubled in population shied his taking charge of its
principal paper. Mr. Harper piob-
nbly_ does not ' claim any " particulni
credit for himself as to this any fur-
tber than the fact that a bright,
newsy newspaper aud an up-to-date
job printing office aro not supposed
to bo drawbacks to a town's growth
and prosperity.
.The Carman Standard is conducted
on independent linos politically Mr.
llaiper is himself a Liberal-Cousoi va-
tivo and in tho stress of political win
when the battle wages fiercely nil
along the fighting lino it is not to be
wendered  ut   if  an   occasional     ailiele
in the Carman Standard would 'lead
the casual reader to believe' that Mr.
Harper is giving his political predilections an outing. Political opponents
have, however, little or no reason to
cavil at the political attitude or the-
Carman Standard.' Straightforward
and fair, Mr. Harper is as much it
sportsman in tlie political field as iu
the field of sport.'' He shoots on the
■wing and when the political flight if
past disdains to fire at a sitting biid
An enthusiastic sportsman by field
and ' stream, Mr. Harper,, is a capital
shot with the rifle or fowling pieet
and devotes the major, portions of a
newspaperman's lew holidays to hunting and fishing trips and is • looked
'upon as one of the most {successful
lovers of the rod and gun in -western
Canada He occasionally "goes 'far
afield and has just returned from a
successful sporting trip to the Okan-
agan Valley, tlie sportsman's jiara-
dise of British Columbia.
Some day .when the stress of life in
Carman becomes too strenuous and
the rewards of a long, faithful and
fearless newspaper career are .evident
in a iiiagnifieerit bank account, Mr.
Harper may make his lodge in- the
happy huiiting~~grou-iids of tlie.Okan-'
agan Valley. ' In the, meantime he
will edit the Carman Standard, inn a
first-class job printing, office and be
satisfied with the, ' ducks, gce.se and
prairie chicken in the neighborhood' ol
Carman.   „  ' ' -  '       ,
,  Mr. Harper is  .married.      His wife
was Miss   Itussell, , of    Brandon.    He
has a family of„oiie 'son,  William J.
Insurance    Manager,   Winnipeg,1   and
oiio daughter. ,' '     •    '
All Japan teas are Adulterated, while
Ceylon Natural GREEN Tea is
Lead Packets Only.   '   40c,   50c,   and   60c   per  lb. At   all
       '   Grocers.      Highest Award St. Louis." 1904.
,'Kveri'tbe Conservative priests in
Berlin hint that there is grave" danger
of-war with Franco. ■ ,       ..'
Tho  American  Cbllego'  at,   Aiu'lab,
Asiatic Turkey; has been "burned. '
Dr. Agnew's , Ointment Jures Piles.
;—Itching. Blooding and- Blind Piles
Comfort in'one application. It'cures'
In three to".'six nights. / -It cures all
skin diseases In,young'and,, old. A
remedy, beyond compare,, and'*it never
fails.   .35" cents.—03 ' • „
'. Wm^ Sanderson,    editor    and    proprietor'1''of, the Tordnlo* Economist, is
dead.' '  '   , •' ' ' ',      -     '■        .,"--'-:
Mina'rd's'' Liniment  Cures , Colds,  &c.
The Ontario powers commission will
recommend' that,power enterprises pi
undertaken' by 'municipalities.      ■  -" <
, "Sure Regulators., — Mandrake-and
Dandelion 'are known,- to exert a. powerful influence- on the liver",.arid kidneys;' restoring; them to? healthful, action,. Inducing a/regular, fiow'of.'the,
secretions ahd^ impaftiiigfto ',thes organs complete power to 'perform rtheii'
functions.,, "These valuable "ingredient's "enter' into th'e;, coih'position- of
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,'and serve
o render.lh'eru the,uagreeable and .salutary 'medicine they- are. There are
-ewspills, so:effective as ,they lii'theii
action.        "      ' \ ;'-   ",' -' "' •-,''   „
CreeliV, BI«Mliclne  Man.
, The'medicine man of die Creeks will
not eat anything scorcued in cooking.
In treating'a gun or arrow sbot wound,
he as well as tlie patient'will fast four
days, only drinking a little gruel. ^^=_
He will not allow a woman to look at
his patient until bo Is well or dead. -If
hia patient dies,' the medicine man
takes a lot'of medicine himself in order to cleanse himself from the fumes
or odor of the dead.' Tbe palJbearers,
'as we might cali those assisting iu'- tlie
burial, also take tbe same. cleausing
process. '   ,. ''      T   ,,   '
Aud, again, when an Indian committed murder, even'in self defense, he
went to the' medicine man' and took
the cleansing remedy, clahniug the
remedy appeased the crinio and-the.
trouble to his mind. ,    >
■ ' At' tho "full of. each' moon It' was the
custom of tho,buc.ks to drink medicine
made by thei'medirlue man to cleanse
thpir systems.'j ,,In flcnmp the Indian
killed nothing which was not eatable.—
Indian Journal.      ' .    t
McGill  university; got'.',$50,000 'from
the estate; of the iate Edwin. H. 'King
' Kingston. will make representations
cTlhe Ontario iegislaturo-'for a'norm.
1- school.: .  ,' \ ' '■'" . "    f
-f 1 ■'   ,i. ,   . ;      I-. i,l>,
•-•Seventeen'' burglaries'"- of'-' Chinese
aundries have occurred in-,Ottawa in
lie pa'st few weeks.   '.* '   .       l"'"   :
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a complete home cure,' describing the
most ,' successful treatment, in the
world, recommended by the Ministry
and endorsed by medical men. This
highly instructive book was1 written'
by W. H. Veno, a .gentleman'who has
made a special study of, these diseases. Thb preface is by a. graduate ot
the University of Wurtzburg. Send
postal to-day and you will receive the
book free by return.—Address, The
Veno Drug Company, 24 King Street,
West Toronto.
The Gravonhurst Sanitarium for
consumptives was partially destroyed
by lire.
A, man was treed by wolves iii Mus
koka and .badly frozen before ' relie.
came. , 	
octor s
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is not
a simplecbugh syrup. It is a
strong medicine, a doctor's
medicine. It cures hard cases,
severe and desperate'cases,
chronic cases of asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis, consumption.
Ask your doctor about this.
" I haT« n«nd a, rreat deal of 'Aysr'a Cherry
rectoriil for coni;h3_itii<l haTd coldi on tho
cheat. It hu alwriyn dono mo Kreat Rood. It
tR cert&tnly a mo»t wonderful oouffb medl-
clna." — Miohasl 1. FlTZOBtiU), Hodiord,
N.J.        .
Mart, br J. 0. xyar Co., LowaU. llua.
Alaa manufaoturora of
You  will   hasten   recovery by tak"
Ing one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime.
Kidney' Experiment— There's no time
for experimenting when you've dlscov-
ered that vou' are a victim of some one
form or another of kldnev disease. J-.a-\
Iiold ot tho treatment that thousnndf
have pinned their faith to and has ournd
'lulc'itlv- and permanently. South Amer-
tenn Kidnev Cure stands pre-eminent in
the world of modiolne as the kidney sufferers   truest   friend.—G2
texpress train? in Russia seldor
attain a groat«ir .speed than twent;
two miles an hour. c
. It is well . kuowu that pure quartz
glass possesses the property of transmitting very abundantly the so called
chemical rays of light, by means of
which photographic effects," nre produced, and it has often been attempted
to make photographic lenses ot quartz
alone." Unfortunately quartz also possesses tho property of double refraction, so that unless the opening of the
lenses Is very narrow good linages are
not produced. Recently a French optician, B. Morin, has succeeded in making small photographic lenses of quartz
glass. In which some of tho difficulties
have been avoided, and tho lenses show
great rapidity of action. Still, tlie problem confessedly has not been entirely
solved, and tlie new lenses are recommended by their inventor only for special purposes. Astronomers are particularly desirous to obtain photographic
lenses possessing the peculiar permeability to the actinic ray3,that characterize quartz.
K'ccd.'PeiiH.    •,      ■  ■ " .'■
. Reed pens split at the end like quill
pens have been found in Egyptian
tombs dating probably 2,500 years before Christ
Stone BnlliHniT"-
A thousand years hence all the stone
buildings now standing In Europe will
have crumbled to dust So perishable
is tho material of which'they are constructed that the process of decay is already evident lu niauy famous buildings. Neither marble nor brownstono
can withstand the action of tho elements. '      ' ' ■'
Carbuncle at firnt mean* aothtag
nor* than a little glowing coai .. -. .
.''Reconcfleil  Science nml   HellfirJon
A clergyman is quoted, in Every--
body's Aragazlne as confounding an advanced young woman who was .demonstrating td him that science had "disproved religion with this little parable.
"Madam," he said, ■',','! once' knew a
member of your sex who perfectly-reconciled science and. religion. She is a
prominent member -of tlie 1'ouug "Wo-
nmen's,Clirlstfan association, -and Vlie
was making an address to'a'large gathering of'women, which was interrupted.'by a terrific thunder shower. She
shared with many the awful fear of'
'thunder and lightning,, and,' with ,'the
others, she trembled . iu„silence..for, a
few moments. --When >a".blinding'flash
was swiftly '"followed' by\a frightful
clap'Of''thunder, she i struggled to her
feet arid .began to pray,*'0 Lord, take'
us under thy protecting wings, for thou
kn,owest,that feathers'are nonconduct-
.?"•"'■';'     '  »■    >   ' ■ ,'   V.
i      ■,» , »   <  -
,, Tho' Men '•« Torker. , r
With  the  exception  of  the  Mussul-
Strengthening Deficient Facultiea.
Few p'eople are well-balanced, well-,
rounded. ' An great many have splendid ability in certain'lines,'good .education, fine training, and yet "have
some "deficiency in their make-up
which cripples the whole life and
dwarfs the res It* 'of their utmost industry. Many of us have some little,
contemptible' weakness which offsets
our strong Qualities 'and'rpins' theii
, effectiveness. ; ,
What a pity to see a giant -in possibility tied,down by Mjjne little, contemptible weakness uliich , cripple1-
what 'might have been a magnificent
career! 'li parent or teacher would
orlly point out, tu a child a weakliest
which; perhaps, will'"be fatal ■ it not
remedied, and teach it how to guard
against it,""how to stieiigtlieu the defective quality by mental' exercise,
what a tremendous help it would givt
to tlie child, .perhaps", preserving' it
from failure. ■ " , ', '
- It is piti.ibln to see a young man
bowing to what, lie calls fate, which
he thinks has been fixed by' the'contour of his brain or in his he'reditarj
tendencies. ,Why"should ,uc drag oui
weaknesses through life, when' a little
common. sense, a little right thinking,
in, fixing new habits-of thought ,would
soon remedy'them?_ ' ■
,,If you'aiu conscious -of a mental
weakness, a'deficient faculty, dising a'
little concentration, thinking in,the
opposite direction, and dwelling upon
the perfect faculties or qualities,, you
desire, ^would ^6011 put you i''i a normal condition.- It is normal rthin.king
that-makes .the normal life.
' But 'if you leave'your weak faculties alone—do ■•' 'not-', -ti y. to exercise
thorn," do not try to enlarge" them,
do hot think it-'worth -while—how can
you "expect theni -.' ever ^ to become
strong? You ican not dovelop a sys-
metrieal body .by,;- simply exercising
the -arm's. ''The sairte -is true of thc-r
mental facilities. ' Those which, are not
used deteriorate., ;if y'o.u long ,for a
thing "and sti'ivd for,'it Vitli all your
might persistently .enough .and.'long
enough you cannot help approximating
it;' you ,imist cget. what you' wish in
some degree.—Success Magazine.
Much .of t the worry which. every
mother of. young, children  undergoes,
,mans" the'men of Turkey are laborers, j would be' spared 'if; the mother kept
one .and all. „,,Usually in the villages Baby^s'Own'Tablets on hand, and
(for .there aro no farms as we under-'j gave an occasional dose ,, when the
stand the term-and every one" Uves'ln ichild' was fretful, cross br feverish,
a hamlet or a city)"the men',own the,!Nearly, all the, aliments oC  childhood
-property*, id'common with the''rest ot 1^ be, traced 10 ,the .stomach bow-
ii'. >iv_n-    n-i,,. .'«i.i.n,.^«, oh*   els--.or  teething. ,   For these  troubles
,the. family.   When a girl marries. she. ^ medicine can "equal    Baby.a    0wn
goes.lo her husband's home to live, and p<abletSi and the mother has the'guar-
'when her.'children.become old enough/antee of a'government "analyst that
they take their turn in tilling the fields. tbis medicine is absolutely safe.. Mrs.
and.'ruarketlngHhc produce. .Agricul- 'l.enneth Mclnnis,- Jjakefleld, Ont.,
tnre 'is the"main 'occupation every- says'—"Baby's ' ,Own'-Tablets are a
where, an& it is,of the simplest'form.', pertec't -', medicine' in ..every..-' way.
The .farmer-rises with the dawn" and ."There "will be no sickly .children in
ih company-.wlth^his wife sons'and ^^^£«US '%%
daughters repairs ,to.'the fields. -One imai) atJ '
woman only remains at -home to prepare tha meals and set 'the house in order.—Southern Workm'anA1    ' "
^     , ( iDocembcr.   (
"Nobody is worried nowadays by the
fact that tlie twelfth month of the year
is called the .tenth, December," »ays
a writer, "and no doubt even .the'_an-,
clent Kotnans soon got uied Ho the
anomaly wben tlie new'year was shifted buck from March to January, though
tbe old names of the moutiis were retained. But there was one- of them
who made Ingenious use of it—Li-
ciuitis, a rascally procurator at Lyons
under Augustus. He inaisted on having certain monthly payments made
fourteen times a year, arguing, when
December came rouud,' that as it was
tho tenth month of the year and there
ought to be twelve there must be two
more to be accounted for."
25 centsv-a'- box by. writing
The*1" '.Or. Williams- Medicine -Co.,
Brockviiie, Ont. .   , !. ,  '
' Typhoid- "fever ' is responsible for
one-third of the deaths in the British
army in India.  , •'       ,    '
Minard's   Liniment   Cures 'Distemper.
^-BriUsh-!ish'?rmen_.a.re_;taking   £20,-
000 worth of  fish" daily."
Itch, Mange, Prairie   Scratches, Cub-
.an  Itch  on   Human  or animals  cured
'in   30  minutes, by Wolford's  Sanitary
Lotion. It never falls. At all druggists.
The Montreal • Street Railway company is building a new. power house
to   cost  51,000,000.
Many patent medicines; have come
and gone, but Bickle's, Anti-Consumptive Syrup continues to occupy a foremost place among remedies for
coughs and colds, and as a preventive
Democratic Norway." of decay of the lungs.   It is a stand-
Nor\vay,.\vIth all its preferences for ard medieine . that widens its sphere
a monarchical form of government, |of usefulness year "by year.. rlf you
seems to bo tbe most democratic coun-
are in need of something to rid yourself of a cough or cold, you cannot do
better   than   try Bickle's  Syrup.
try in Europe. Tlie king is not "your,
majesty." lie is addressed, with sturdy
indifference lo formality, as "Mr.
King," just as in this country we say
"Mr. President." Haakon accommodates himself cheerfully to the democratic spirit and Is to be seen walking Herr Linguer of Berlin declares
about the streets of Christiania iu a I that British scientists are the only
most unpretentious- manner, carrying persons from whom German doctors
his babv  bov in his arms.    The civil  misM  loam   something.
The damage done to English mission stations in China exceeds' ?5<V
servants of the state wear no uniforms,
simple evening dress after the American custom being prescribed for state England
A monument is to be erectel to the
memory of Edna Lyall at Eastbourne,
A Tradition   Dishonored.
Tlie Choctaw Nation is humiliated because one of their number has broken
his word. A Choctaw's word has been
as good as a white man's bond. This
honorable tradition of the tribe has,
however, been violated, llobert I.. Kol-
Rom, a full blooded Choctaw, was
charged- with murder and tbe time for
his trial fixed. Then he was released,
mid when tlie trial day came he did not
appear. He was llnally arrested in
Utah and taken to Durant, in Indian
Tenltory, where he will be tried. Fol-
soui is said to he the llrst'mau of his
tribe to flee from Justice.
How  This   Selfish,   Rast'ess   Bird
Its   Eggs  Hatched.
A popular fallacy ti-'Is us that a cuckoo lays egg* in another bird's ne=t
She does not. Siw iays eight eggs on
the ground The eggs are in size, co!-
nr, ?pots and shape In'accordance with
the Information obtaint-d, say, in Leigh
woods: Out of the eight eggs five or
six would c'.osely resemble the hedge
sparrow's.' The other two might he
those of a titlark, .a wren or a linnet.
Her male friends—about three or four
to each lady—now come forward, select each an egg and carry it in Us
mouth to the nest of. the prearranged
foster mother. Only one cuckoo egg is
placed In one nest. If he finds a cuckoo
has preceded him. on the same errand
he seeks another cradle, knowing in a
moment' amid all the eggs present the
cuckoo pedigree. ',  ,
The deluded mother hatches the intruder with her own brood, and the interloper, having the faculty of being
hatched sooner than the'others, is of.
cburse the first to come out' of his shell.
Ke manages to wriggle underneath hit-
brothers and sisters and presents them
as a heave offering to -the expectant
rodents, mice,' rats, stoats, and what
not, and within twelve hours of his existence }s the supreme occupier of the
nest. He keeps his black mouth wide
open continually, -which the father and
mother ,of the departed chickens ai
constantly nil until his body is too, big
for his home, and he departs therefrom
forever." ' '- ' "
-■ The cuc&oo leaves the last week of
July. - Ke Is a restless being. After
leaving Europe he begins In the north
of Africa and ends at' the, ' Cape of.
Good Hope, whence' he returns id Europe in the spring.,, "Why does he go
away and why come back? Food—the
food ho I6ves—the hairy <caterpillars..
He will eat other grubs, but, these are
his hourly bread. ■•«
Jt has been estimated In round numbers 'that out'of every 100 hairy cater-
.pillars that wriggle Into life,99'are devoured by cuckoos. ,' Everywhere nature is careful to'maintain her balance.
The cuckoo keeps down the millions 6f
billions of'hairy caterpillars and preserves ,our cornfields from being eaten
up by hedge sparrows. The cuckoo Is
a born.,conservative and as long as.he
lives returns- annually to the neighborhood-of his birth.—Western (England)
Press.. '"-..'     'i "_!__'
Breeches, .Pantaloons  and "Trousers.
"Breeches," in' the strict meaning of
'that term,', were worn (by the semieivi-
llzed-men of .the east long,ages before
•a single page of the New Testament
■■was written, having been quite common among the Medestand Persians,
the Phrygians, the'Gauls and'the Teutons. Breeches .were' very "brief" ar-'
tides of apparel,-scarcely covering'the
hips in the majority.of instances and
"never reaching nearer'than six inches
of tlie knee.'..,.'
■ "Pantaloons" * were . exaggerated
forms of i stockings reaching" from the
hips to 'the tinkles and as tight-fitting
as a pair of knit drawers They .were
.usually of three1 different colors—black
"at thethips, -red from hip ,to' knee and
blue to the termination at the ankle.
They, came1" in .vogue during %the first
half of the fifteenth csntury at/Venice
and .were w'orii by the devotees of the
patron saint, - Pantaloon. Such garments were always called pantalini by
the Italians. ,     '     ■ '   i '
.' "Trousers,'-' the only proper word to
'express the.existing styles in ."pants,"
followed. ' closely, after the "knee
'breeches" ot.the Kevolutionaty period,
being first'worn in England *at Oxford
and'Cambfidge in 1S12/       .   '   * ,
_S Remarkable, Feat.
,-- Recently an Indian fakir appeared at'
' a circus in Berlin" where he astonished
'the "audience by lifting a boy with, his
eyelids.- The boy - made himself as
small as possible ftnd was put into a
net to which was secured a string that,
was provided on each end'with a little
cup' just large enough to fit over the
eve. The fakir pressed these little cups
over his eyes, where they held 'fast,
then threw" his head back and slowly
■straightened his -body, thus lifting his
burden, which'he then carried "about,
his arms being outstretched all the
time, and finally lowered'it slowly to
the ground again. How is it 'possible
for any man to do this? The unly explanation is that the cups were fitted
into the eye sockets,so that they held
on the edges of the sockets, but it is
not likely that 'the trick will be imitated by even those prestigitators who-
consider themselves very expert
Curious Singapore Law. '
'- There is a "unique law in Singapore
which makes the coroner lots, of trouble. That official.complained the other
day to this" effect: "In this settlement
Indians can burn any dead body they
like' without any written authority from
'any one. It is also a fact that no one
can bo buried withou't a doctor's cer-
-tificate and a burial order. This is a
beautiful state of affairs and one to
which I have frequently called the attention of the authorities. I remember
on one recent occasion I had to hold
an inquest on an Indian at the mortuary, and on my arrival there-I found
that the body was already on, the pyre
ready to bo burned, and 1 had to send
the usher of tho court to- have 'the
body brought baclc. The danger of
crime arising from this state of affairs
is obvious."
BREAD   is    never   better
than the flour it is made of.
Often it   is not nearly so
good, but that is the fault of
the bread-maker.
Without good flour, good
bread is impossible, no matter
how skilfully it is handled.
No\v, good bread must
, be good to eat, as well as
good to see or to taste.
Good-to-eat bread is bread
that nourishes.
In /the matter of nutriment,
'   •> <l
Royal Household Flour
is*supreme. It represents the
best, that is in the wheat,
ground to a snov/y whiteness
and purified by electricity.
\t produces  bread that is
light, easy to digest and best  „
of all—nutritious.     Ogilvie's
Royal  Household   is   to   be
had at all grocers. ■ -
Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.
t Montreal. e
'Ogilvie's Book for a Coot," contains '
130 i)aj»es of excellent recipes, some' never
published before.   Your grocer 'can tell
you how to get it I'lUiE. ,
'   .i     speech una  intellect. ,
A. man who has, by disease or Injury,
lost the faculty of .talking is generally
also unable to write, and it is 'only in
exceptional pases that one of these
functions'persists while the other Is in"
abeyance.' Cases of this latter, kind
show, however, .that there are really
two separate' centers for the two faculties ..which, are lying very close together and '.therefore generally, suffer
at tbe samp time. If the disease affecting theiri be, still1, more extensive
th'e faculty of intelligent pantomime or
gesticulation' is likewise abolished. Persons who have entirely lost their language may 6liU' be able to play chess,
backgammon and whist, aud they have
been observed'" to cheat at cards with
some Ingenuity. They may also be
Eharp in business matters, facts tending to show that speech and'.intellect
do not runcln identical grooves..
} The   Sirnirf l«n  of   n.  Sculptor.
Augustin Rodin, the French sculptor,
had a great struggle with poverty and
adverse criticism in his youth.,, Of an
episode of'this-early period a writer
says: "With that inflexible will 'and
singleness of purpose that never failed
him throughout, his career' the young
sculptor set himself to' exprassjn clay,
marble or bronze his conception of life
and art..' He used bis'leisure la working at nighttime, In a deserted stable
bo had 'transformed Into a studio,- at
his wonderful mask of 'The Man With'
the, '.Broken Nose.'s 'After, "eighteen
months of hard( and patient labor, he
finished ..this mask and sent it,,to the'
salon. It took''the hanging-'committee
fourteen years-to, discover any merit
iri'the .work, for it was rejected in 1864
and finally accepted" only in 1878."
,^ Odd   Epitaph*.
A correspondent of the Chicago Bec-
ord-Herald contributes a few odd epitaphs from cemeteries In various parts
of this country. Tho following Is
found on a tombstone In a cemetery/8*
Trenton,' N. J. Although the fact Is
not stated la the,inscription. It would
appear that the subject was a scale-
maker or had something to do -with
weighing machines:
, Hie ways were ways of pleasantness
In all life's fitful dream;'
He'etruok a balance with the world.
And then he kicked the beam.
In the cemetery at Copp's Hill, Masi.,
Is found'the following epitaph:
Bacrad to tho Merrory of
, Hannah.
,    Beloved wife of Jt'd Garlloli.'1
She slipped her wind
After doing: a w««k'a bakln*.
His   SnKKeBtlon..   ,
A well known autlior,<; according to
Harper's 'Weekly, was once introduced
to a fascinating but frivolous widow in
Philadelphia. •< That  eveniug"the   fair
"one had been Indulging in tender rem-i;
iniscence of tlie 'depa. -ted. '"Ah." she '
sighed; "no other man can ever fill dear
Jack's place.    I   loved  him  from 'the
bottom of my heart."        .-
^."True," 'suggested   the' writer," who
was   aware   ot   the   lady's  weakness,
"but, remember',"'there's always room
at the'top!" , '        ,     /,
both his  legs
„ 'Pairville, Sept. 30,, 1902.-.
Minard's'-Liniment Co.,   Limited ' "
Dear Sirs.—We wish to inform you
that- we consider your MINARD'S
LINIMENT a1'very superior article,
and we use it as a sure relief for,sore
throat and chest. When T, tell you I
would not be without it if the price
was one dollar a bottle, I mean it.
Yours trulv,
'     CH.AS.  T. TILTON.
The largest  piano  factory    in
world is to be erected in Detroit.
\A/i-tH & Cold.
Further Developments May Prove Fatal.
There is Cure For You in
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine
She I'luy.cil  the Spy.
A Viennese■• .baroness, recently murdered, carried the. art of being at war
with servants'to the highest degree of
perfection. She bad a secret system
of tubes leading from her sitting room
to the kitchen and servants' rooms. By
means of these she was able to hear
all manner of uncomplimentary references to herself. She .enjoyed this
strategic advantage very much, for she
was always haling her servants Into
the courts, and she slejpt with a loaded revolver under her pillow'for fear
of assassination.
, '., The  Wont.
Of all the scores
,   Of beastly bores
With which tho world's afflicted
The worst today
Are those who say,
"That'* Just what I expected."
—Milwoakaw Hitatltwa
If you could depend on a cold passing off of its own accord it would be
till  very well  to let it run its cburse.
'The risk is too great.    ■■    ',    .,- .    '
Consumption and pneumonia, always have, their beginnings in a cold.
][ you take, prompt means'.of curing- -.you...'will never be a victim of
these or other fatal ::hing troubles.
j Did you ever wait to think of'it
that way?' ^ , ■, • /
I Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and
"l'urpentine is best known on. account
'of its, extraordinary control over,
'croup,"bronchitis/- whooping cough,
asthma  and   severe chest  colds.     ,:,
As a means of overcoming ordinary coughs, arid colds, throat irritation and the many diseases , of the
throat, bronchial tubes and lungs it
has made an enviable reputation for
Pleasant to take, thorough and f.ir
reaching in action, and c<>itain in its
be'netibial results, Dr. Chase's Syrup,
of'Linseed ami. .Turpentine should
have a place • iii every [ house as a
safeguard against' consumption and
other, fatal lung diseases.
, Mrs. It. T.' Turner, Broadview,
Sask., ' writes:';r-"We. have seven children and have used Dr. Chase's Syrup
of Linseed and- Turpentine for every
one of them 'with good results. We
get four bottles at; a time aud find it
a good remedy to break up a cold on
the lungs."    < ,       -
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and
I'urpenline, 25;cents' a bottle, at all
dealers, or Eilmanson, Bates & • Co.,
Toronto. To protect'you against imitations the portrait and signature of
Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt
booX author, are on  every bottle.
1 TUe  Three  Heaviest   Men.
The threo heaviest men of whom any
mention Is made iu history were Miles
Dardeu of Tennessee, Lewis Cornelius
of Pennsylvania and Daniel Lambert
of England. Darden died in 1S57.
When In health'he, was seven feet six
Inches In height ami weighed ovor 1,000
pounds. There is no record of the date
of the death of Cornelius, which occurred In Pike county, Pa., but tho account says that ho was born in 1704.
When la his prima be measured eight
foet two iuchei around the waist, was
•ix feot tall and weighed 643^4 pounds.
Daniel "Lambert was an English freak
of the early part of the century and
died In June, 1800. He wa» of average
height, but weighed 739 pounds.
"Thin   Indenture."
The phrase "this indenture," which
appears »o often in legal papers. In of
curious origin. In the early days parchment was used for legal documents because It was cheaper than paper. The
leaves were not cut evenly, but scalloped with a kulfc, becoming "indented." Papers are now cut on straight
lines, but "this indenture" still remains.
Benuty  From   Within.
There aro faces so fluid with expression, so flushed aud rippled by the play
of thought that we can hardly find
what the ihero features really are, says
Home Notes. When the delicious beauty, of Unements loses its power it is because a more delicious beauty has appeared—that an interior and durable
form has been disclosed.  -.
The  Hank  of  America  recently   organized   In  Chicago,   lias  failed.
.toTt't  Interpretation.
"Did you ever tell George that I was
a dove?"
"Did he say I did?"
" "Yes.!'     -,--.; , ','. -  ^ ■■ .";■ ....' ,    ■-■■
"Then ha loves you, all right.   I told
him   youllwere  a   pouter." _ '.'.
The Waipi
Don't fool with a wasp bticaus*) you
think h« looks weak and tired. You
will find out he's all right la the ab4.
Toronto sailors will  probably strike
or higher wages.
were  shot
"You  say
Off?',' ' '      ,      r   ,        ' , V,
,'  "Yes." .   J  -     '•
"How did • he ever get home—seven
miles, away?" ' < '    *    ,
"Why, he said the shrieks of the
wounded made his flesh' creep so that
be got home In a -very short time."—
Harvard'Lampoon.        '"    -   *
" A  DlKtinctlon.
"Things have come to a pretty pass,"
.stormed tbe legislator whose request
for free transportation bad been ■ recused. r ■     '■    '
"No, - there is no -pretty, pass this
year,"" responded the railroad official,
who, while a person of ' humor," was
withal a stickler for' accuracy.—Philadelphia Press.       • (      ..1     ,-. ,
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. $1
- h\
Officials 'who arrested American
women in Turkey, have been punished.
Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder.— Rev.
W. H Main, pastor of the "Baptist Emanuel church, Buffalo, gives stronsr testimony for and is a Arm believer In Dr.
Annew's Catarrhal Powder. He has
tried many kinds of remedies -without
avail. "After using Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder 1 was benefitted at
once." are his woids. It is a wonderful
remedy.    60  cents.—65
William O'Brien. M. P., claims that
a peaceful revolution is now-taking
place  in Ireland. '   '   ,
The British government considers
he Chinese situation is becoming in-
reasingly   ugly.
$100 REWARD, $100.
Tho rt'tuluni ot thi-* pniier \nll bo plensod to Ipftrn
thftt Ihpre is at loas^onp iht-iultnl <Ii<i,->a.-G that Hot^nee
hia lieou able to enru in nil it** hMsc... and thjit ih
Cutdrrli. lldll'n Ciftnrrh Curo it tlio only ponillve
rum now known iii tl-o mclual fnitrrmtj. Oittnrrli
boin^ ji (-oii-.litulionnl d.1.1,,1 *». lct,nir^H 11 conit.tu-
tin-'iw triMtim'ut. lLiil'i ( i.urrK l'\.ro im taken in-
ti'Atilh, ftotini^ diri.Llv on tl,,\ hlrwl. nti.l milfoil*
(iiirfHio-i of tho ^--:or-i. th'Mi.bv dt»-tmMnk: tho ftvinil-
auon or tlu» d.-cn-o, n'ul c \ m^ t1 ,, jiniicnt Htro-it-th
b\ haii.tititf up tl o cot- itm t on nn.I u-nmuns nature
In flomi: it* work. Ti'(> prorrrornr. hnvo «o much
faith in it-, t-uratno imi- (—, t.»at cN*v o"U»r Ono Hnn-
dr«.l llollarn fox* anv r.i o that it futU to '.-are. Si-nil
tor 1 t.;of totitimmi al-<.
Ad'tron: 1". J. CHENEY * Co.. Toledo. O.
^. 1.1  t y   dniKKintH, "'k-.
Tuko Hull',* Tamil}   ITHh for ooimtipatiou.
I Hard and soft corns cannot withstand Holloway's Corn One; it is effectual every time. Get a bottle at
once and  be  happy.
Uarland & Wolfe, BelTast, ar-» bui'd-
ing the largest ship in the world for
the \N hite Star line.
Sunlight Soap is better than other
soaps, but is best when used in the
Sunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap
and  follow directions.
The . experiment . in England of
smelting ores from Cobalt, Ont., has
been pronounced a success..
I It is Known Everywhere.— There
is not a city, towii or hamlet in Can-
'ada where Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
is not known—wherever introduced
it made a foothold for itself and main-'
. tained, it. Some merchants may suggest some   other   remedy   as   equally
I beneficial. Such recommendations
should he received with doubt. There
is only-one Eclectric Oil, and that is
Dr.   Thomas'.    Take   nothing  else.
W    N    %J    No  S7<« P^-agsj"  '/  '-"'f*-  ,.' -fait  ��� '���!  "-������ -Jt'  ?'/AiI,  ..i_.iL.  ���_f��.  <���*_{  iS*  IMS'- A  ���jyirr.  i"'   "..if��. It"  Pit  Hi i;#  ">i~_��_?  -��a!ii_!  '��; ,,nw  'S1&V  ?#."  -'i'_-A.ii  J "7:  '���-   ,'"-5 '  B.   .,5  ,5  ���tf  :.k  ��� ���'A-VJ**  :��'?V  il-  #8uiM��  THE LEADER. MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  TIB MM LEADER.  _Pt|blioh��-d,in tbe interest of the people  ,oi Moyie a-nd Bast iCootenay.  ~���:: :��� ���  - ^^  T,  ,��. IHtTH & CO.,    -   -   -    Publisher*.  ,    ��,ATl;�� OF HUBSCKIF^ION.  kO,��* ,T*"Sr......w.....��.......--...... ........  ..$2.00  SATURDAY, MAS. ,10, 1906.  We BPed mor^jpopses.  -live and let live, is,the motto  of a'.]  J Ai minded p^opl",   '  To,make Moyie' a "city  beautiful"  ehould b�� the w/$chword.  Nicholas Longworth is  now   known  .an "MisaJS.oqsevelt'8 husband."      ,   '  .^Ker��tv-five bouses cQuldis rented  in Sioyie as coon as they were built.   ?-*? T" ,  ��� Cranbrook complains of <havicg  too  ninny useless canines.   So bus Moyie.  .   A man who   evidently   knows  sayt-  i- i ii - .  thai a ^'friend iu   need   is  a friend to  , atear ole��<r of." A , >  Attorney  for   Defence���Have ryou  e^ver ,beep cross examined before?  'The Witness���Have I?" I'm a  mar-  ' ' ,- '  ried man. '  v  Moyie has the  only ideal  summe  resort in  East  Kootdnay.    An   effort'  k ,     I     , ; 1  should be made to induce the' C, P. R  "A   V     v ''        ��� ' ' ' ,     I .       .  ���  to turn the traveling public's attention  '.tbis Way. . .  '       -  Toronto World: . Tbe C. P. R. has  lust paid tbe Province ol Quebec a  ���even.million dollar "debt, this'being  the first tjme on record that a'railway  corporation has ever' given up anything.  ' Vancouver World: The undertakers,-' graye diggers and monumental  stone cuttere are about to petition tbe  legislature to throw out"the anti-pat-  " ant,medicine bill, being a direct men-  ace to their  business.    They contend  that with all the opportunites  offered  i,     ���  by Peruna and other compounds' for  early/graves, the average death- rate  is nofas .large as it should be id a pop-,  1 ~ ulrttion of 50,000, and should^tbe patent medicine traffic be stopped'.neither  ' I -..  ^    .       '      .     , a ��  c  calling, will be worth .following.    ,'  - __^:::���     ' w  '  '   Eugene V. Debs says: "The arrest-,  ' - Inn of Ch&a. Hpyer and  W, D.  Hey-  ���wood is a foul plot; a  damnable  conspiracy ; a helltS-i outrage.   Personally ��nd.intimately do I -know  Moyer,  JHeywood,   Pettibone,    St.  John.and  -    their ofEcial  co-workere,  and   I  will  ���tike my life on their honor  and  in  tegrity;' and   that ��� ia   precisely the  crime    for   which   according   to  the  word*   of    the    slimy  "slueth"   who  "worked up the case"  against   them,  J "they shall nevar leave Idaho   alive."  Let th��m dare^to execute their devlish  plot and every state in this union  will  resound with the tramp of  revolution.  If   they  hang  Moyer  and  Heywood,  they've got to hang me."  Always     Keeps     ChitmberlaiD'n     Cough  J^Keinedj lu tlie House,  , "We would Dot be without Cham-  Iain's Cough Remedy. It ie Kept o  hand continually in our home," st<ya  IV. W. Ke*rney, ediuir of the ��� Independent, Lowerv City, Mo. That is  just what every family, should do  When ki pt at hand ready for instant  use, a cold may be checked at tbe  otuset and,cured iu miicti .less time  than ufttr it has become .settled,in the  system. The remedy ia a'so without a  peer for croup in children, and will  prevent the attack when given as soon  as the child ,becornes-hoarse, or even  after the croupy cough appears, which  can only be dune when the remedy is  1-ept at hand. For s��le by.the Moyie  Drug &. Stationery Store.  ���I        ,* ,  ,'.   Chnrcn Services.    ,  PitESBYTERiAN���In the Oddfellows  Hall. Sunday School at 3 p,m, J2v-  ening    service   at .7:30,       '   <  Everyone welcome.  .0.,H. FINLAY, Pastor.  Methodist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.'   Evening service at 7 :30 o'clock,  ' Everyone welcome.  , p. M. PERLEY, B. A.. Pastor.  NOTICE. , ;   ',  Notice Is hereby given that sixty days from  dnte I Intend to apply to the Chief'Commissioner of Lauds (tad works for permission to  purchase the following described lauds in  South East KootCDiiy:     .  .Starting at a polnti marked G. A. Passmore'i,  North Webt corner post, plauted ou the South  side of the Crow's. Nest Puss Railway between  tho 42 and 43 mile posts of said- railway; thence  east parallel to, f-ald track a distance of 80  cbahit,; thence south at right angles 23 chains;  thence west ut right, angles 30 chains; thence  north a right angles 23 chains to poiuc of commencement, contalniuE 40 acre's, more or less.  Dated at Curzou, British Columbia, in .East  Lootenay, February 2Stb, 1906.   , i   _  \   ',     , G. Ar, PASSMORE.  J)r, Scott s Cpre  hi  Coughs  Golds.'  i; o. o. F.  Wilder Lodge No. **���  Meets every Tu-sday evening in their  h*ll on Victoria street. 8ojournin{:  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  P. G. Kouth,    < ��� J- 8*yth,  Noble Grand. ,'    Secr'y...  Moyie   Miners'   "Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. 'Sojourning ' members  are cordially invited to attend.  Thos. E. Kelly,  Wm. J. Feltham,  '   ,   President: '  Secretary  nsumplion.  the Moyie ,Brtig and; Stationery  Sfor  '  '' ���     For Sale.    u  ���    i  " The^place known as   tbe  Dill   milk  rancb, 320 acres, good barn and.hpuBe,  s        ,' Apply to i   ,  -   ' J.E. Crowe, Moy'if.'B. C."  IF YOIJHAVE A    '  ��   f LOT TO'SELL, > '       '  ,    "    ' A HOUSE TO KENT,  '  .���MININGSTOCKTQSEL  L  '4    ' '   Or if you wish to invest   ,  in any of these consult. r  FARRELL K. SMYTH.   ,    ,  Laing's Barber   ,S^.op.  ,   Opposite Hotel Kootenay.    .'  ,,i,-'i'' '   *  Sharp Razors, Clean Towels and Good  Workmanship. , ,  ' ^Walter B.' Laino, Proprietor.  ���THE���  Farrell & Sinyth, ifoyie.  ���..Of  >   Comfortable  '."��� Rooms   and  1  Best of;  'table Board. ,  J. Av GOUEILL, Propr.  A. L   McKJLLQP  '. AlSSAYKlf-  *' 1 *���       i        .  DB3A-D1.NIKK BROS,    frops.  'Larsje   sample   room   in   connection  with house for commercial men.  of accommodations.  Headquarters  for   Commercial and Mining Men.  Best  NELSON/'  B. C  *" ,    -��� '     ' '        n  , ,     WHOLESALE AK1J    RKTAIT-       ,    A  '> i        '   l  MEAT ." MERCHANTS'  i, ' '-  ���    Fresh   and Cured Meats, Fresh  ���i * i  '       ,      - - -' p- .,   ,    '      "  Fish, Game  ana  Poultry.    We -  ���supply   only   the  best.-'n   Your   '  a r    i      - t $        l  * o  trade solioited'.       ,        -   , .     ,  '' " c  s ' STAKKKT8      �� '  In   all ,the   Principal  "   . - .      '">  Cities and   Towns   in  ' O 1 I        ��� ��l        * L  l    British Columbia     r  V ' ���>. .','' ,     " '.,    -  Cigars,1  .   Tobaccos,-      Confectionery  Fruits, E'c �����'  FARRELL-BLOCK,   -    Vitct��ria St  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  O. -'IBfJi  ���Meets every   Wi.iiitfcO.-y ��t   8P.M.  E- A.'HILL! ' ,     J.'ll HAWKE,  '   Worthy Pros.  Worthy Secr'y.  Hcarvey  <8c ..McCarter,  "���    ^-   ���*' i        -     \     f    r  -.Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries,0Etc,,:  / ��    '  Cranbrook,;-,,-    B: C.  W. ,F. GURD,  '     BAKIUSTKlt, SOLICITOR, TITO. .  CRANBROOK. ���<    '      , '     B, C  ,   C. H.'DUNBAR,'.  Bnrriate'r, s6licitor,'1Notary"-PublicV Etc  \Cranbrook B.C.7 ,  DE.,F. B. MILES,  1 ^   . 1 '      I  Cranbrpbk, ' B, C.  Qeorge H. Thompson,_  Bakristkr, Solicitor, No-'  '1 r " < ' i  tary Punuc, <fec( <  >    -   -  J *".-'' i-l        , - r  CRANBROOK.'. ' B&rriRH Columbia.  QUEEN8   AVENITE,  MOYIE,   B. C.  J0b  Shoe Dealers  Attention!  Our ttftvlers will c-ill  on   you  i  in a Tew days   with   "n   N<;>v  Sam plea   of  WORK  Prices Giver*  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  1 i. w  Thoy are the moat hundso me line of  rubber gonds ever sliowen in the West.  Don't think of buying unitl you have  ueen them. .  J, ieckie Co.,  YAiilWESia  Sell iug Agent* for the  West,  |jaaWflMa3^i|aiiiriiii3����a��Ma^^  NEEDED ,  Annually, to fill tbe new porttionpere  ated by Railroad and ..Telegrflph companies. We want Young Men and  Ladies of good habits, to  LEARNTELEGRAPBT2  AND K. K.'ACCOUNTING       '  We furnish 75 percent, of the Operator* and Station Agc-nts in America.  Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in the would.  Established 20 years *nd endowed by-  all leading Railway officials.  We execute a $250 Bond to everv  student to furnish him or her a position paying from $40 to $60 a month  in states east of the Rocky Mountains,  or from $75 to $100 a month in stales  west of the Rocky Mountains, immediately UPON GRADUATION.  Sludentscftn enter,at any time. No  vacations. For full particular* regard  ing any of our schools write direct to  our executive office at Cincinnati. O.  Catalogue tree.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  Wm. Jewell-  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  F.eed Stable.  ' Leave Orders at  Gwynne'a Store. *  x '  .'BUY'YOUR     "'  .t - ,-,-'������     T<   '���  ^b'ba'oc.bs.  H ving   decided to, close out my business in  Moyie, I am offering my whole stock of  Cjothing, Boots, Shoes," Under-  ��� wear, Top Shirts,fSweaters, Rgsei'-<  i ii *���  and everything to belfound in a first clasiGentg  Furnishing Store  ' ,,    /,  Kor  T'h(6:���;'Sale\.l'svNo.w���..���'0n���.  ' ,   '��� ''   .'. .',   '      ��     . - -  ;- * i  Come in'and ^examine goods,and see,  '   prices^ It will,pay yon. - *   -  r  ����������������������������������� ���������< ����3���� S>d&k 99&Z'&9tt 9��9i e>9Si �����?��* 9*SS &&&>  %          ..   - .._   -I  '> 4 ".���   ,., i p. F.jonxsiGJv,-      ', ,       J  Thi8 Hotel is New^a'nd well Furnished   The *  *   ''TTablea'are Supplied1 .with ,the.Best the ,(  �� "������'������ Market affords. The~ Bar is' Filled with  i    ft the i:' est 'Brandsi of r Liquors and Cigars/  Ar    , ��t"      " -"i"        -'V v    f   ���."'  , ,,      ;. '   o  | "j,,  ". HEADQUARTERS'POB-COMMKRCIAL  ���-.  '  % V. " , - -��    'v >: AND MINING MEk.-i    ���;-�� ���    -r  VMOyib''  -     ���,,,.*",��� -      ������       ���-'^  ?-"   s ,:'~' ''  '"    KR1TISII1 CHJ.tiMnlA  4 ���    i*  '  -   -    i    *      - ���*    i " "   .    ,.,���, ' 11.  11 f ' ".'^ .     "~:~:  "~     ,       FROM  A. B. Stewart^ &, Co.  '    ,i    .  ",'  Agent   for   Crows'   Nest  ,    Steam Laundry.  MOYIE  .Britiah Columbia'.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO  C. A. FOOTE  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  And Gents' Furnisher.  Fine   8uitings,    Overcoating  .   Trousers,   Imported^ Goods.  (UNION   SHOP.')  -".sasss  :eer-:"   '"  Clnolnnatl, Oliio.  Atlimta. Ga.  Toxarkana, Tox.  lUin'alo, N. T.  l.aCrocH^, \Vl��  Shu KranclHco, ChI.  MOYIE,  B. C  ^w^$^  by buying| thlf  reliable, honest,  tigh grade sewing machine." "'  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  National Sewing Machine Ce.,  SAN   FRANCISCO^   CAL.  FACTORY AT BE1.V1DERE. ttJU  Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  iioardmg and Day School conduct  ��-d by the 8isters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. O. Commercial and busmen  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characte��ize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month (insures Ihe  public of the thoroughness of tht-  Sisters' methods of leaching. TerniB  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term-  PREST PHOTO CO.  Cranbrook and Moyie.  i ��� ��  O. F. DESAULNIER  DEAIEll   IN  WOQD.CQiL  V ...��   :.- ��� f. -       ���'., '  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aueens' Axe.      MOYIE  As   rnd�� by tho   prt-sent brr-wer   is   Hdmiltedlv   'h"  Best   Beer in-E��st Koolensy. Wilh"the Best Malt aud  tbe Pureflt Spring Water it in unexcellid /oi quality.  . Insitit on having Mojie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  "-  '   " ' ''        ' MOYIE, B. C  Winter  W. R. BEATTY  ��mbaliufi: and Undertaker.  Phone 8^. CKAXBUOOK.  BFGIXXING FEB, 15, 190G  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  Every Day In  The Year Between  Seattle And Chicago  ��� ?'��� ���   -  ������>  ������������ via   the  Great Northern Failway  R8SSLAND.  FEBRUARY  7   to   10.  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.   This hotel is  close   t��r the  every Convenience for Working Men.  South Victoria St.  minos, an  d bM  MOYIE.  SINGLE FARE  BOUND   TRIP. '  . Feb. 7th, 8th and 9th, good  to   return  to Feb. 12th.  The Comtorlsble  Wsy Koute of  the  famous Oriental Limited  For detailed information, rateir,  etc.,  call on or adress  JAS.   BELFREY.jAgent    G. X, Ey.,  FERNIE, B. C.  Full Programme   ��� j,   ���  Canadian  Winter Sports,  For Programmer, Rates  and  detailed  inntormation, apply to local agent.  ;     J, S. Carpr, D. P. A., Nelson.  E. J. Cqrle, A. G. P. A., Vaacourer.  A. L.  MeDER  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  CRANBROOK, British Columbia-  Insure in the  radian Fir  COMPANY.  FARRELL & SMYTH  AGENTS.  .^i  ��- -��  ]?t^'M:k-J&


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