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The Moyie Leader Mar 17, 1911

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 /.-  J^'>    J*   '' - -"       *-  *��.-_*  ���j  /i  U*-^rrn*  ' WATCH  REPAIRING *  JJ, the most exacting.  T1^"v    ^  ���-.-       f, ^ wi. *rp {_. ..' *  \       ' ���-' -  ./-V*yV'VV-'-f*-s/-vJ'i>-^^  > i >  If you want to r.ce aid read v.iih   <  comiort ij'.l a p.-.ir di K.  <  WSL&OtiS {.LASSES ��  ��� i ' ���      <  <���#. H. Wilson, jeweler, ojsi..c_an.>  |C   R   A   N   B   R   0   0" F.|  ->��� '  ' Vv -vv".��Ai��k'vv^i��*_fis^V4f*v-s^^ <��-*-w* <���*- Af*-*  MOYIE, B.  Co FRIDAY, MARCH IT, 1911.  S2A YKAR  a  NOTE THIS FACT  Birks;Gives Values"  ��� ,, their mail order system. Why send east for what  **** i iv for* the same money in Vancouver? Write,-for  }'0UTloiriie and learn how you may save money and tune  -ur cat-** '���*? , 14  1  vim? from us* - "  by!iit>   .V, Wc sellL t]lc best watches iu the market.  Henry Birks & Sons, Limited,  .,,,��� mail order lions-.,     - '*������ -   <����-. B. Trorcy, Man.' Dir.  , ,,    -VANCOUVER,-B. C.  ^Skating'Was Never Better.'  ,'. *We carry a*tine of Skates,' Hockey  .,/   , _^  , Sticks, Pucks, ,Ank!e   Supports,   ���  '  " ,'-   '', -Skate Straps.,  '   ' ���"'    ,.*'���.  f I-.,,'  L   ,      fl , i      4   >  -E3. C3r_ ,C**W'!X^^"-'^3:' -  -j.---.-55555^5*55^9-j93--j--,"-,-5-*��5-J-.-5ti  J        GENERAL FLOAT       $  /A  jkeeefeeseeee'e^  In Colville th'e Odd. Fellows are  putting up a $2()]000 hall.  The' Hudson's Bay Company  will erect a million dollar building in Calgary.  A large German electric power  station   is '-"relying ' wholly upon  r r  neat for fuel. , * <���  ���A- ,   > The C. P. R. will expend .eight  million dollars thirl year ou (improving their system.'   ������  ���t f i t'     .     '  ' The C,, ]?.' R. is buying 100,000  tons of .'steel rails/ for '.its 'new  westsru" lines.'      ,  Tonfehfs Concert  lb  |        LOCAL ASSAYS   ,       J  5$a9^5aga$33-_--3._t33_)^_J-5-33-5.5^  KSTAIlXISlIE->   ���*-**''���'  M Office  Beale.db-Blwell  ' INSURANCE' and MINING  ;a'nd INVESTMENT BROKERS.'       '     ���  ;-7'a   '        CRANBROOK, tB. C  MOYIE   BEER  Sli^a-ality.:i&Bl-tonI_.^gMoy��Beel. .      ���, -   (  BOIII-KD   Al-DM-I-AFT. �����**�����  o.  iMOYIB BREWiNQCO.  -;'; -' ^;**jgffl^_  \ Tie iSroo��#j)iJe-Mive 'Stores'. :'  '   I,: Offcri VefyAtiraclive Price. On All Their  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  i ' *.  Dr. F. W. Green,'lias ' been gazetted medical, health, ofiicor' for  the district of Cranbrook.  ' The new ferry steamer .between  the two Vancoiivers can carry  1,000 people in comfort,, and '2,000  wheii crowded.,,       ���;<   ,  i        .  ,, The' Kootenay Jam1 company  has sold its factory afc Nelson to  the Doiikhabors, and will? move  to the coast.     , '������'  Hon.  Thomas   Taylor   will   be-  throughu the, Koobenays shortly  on his 'annual,   spring" tour , over  the roads of tlie Province.  ���'Ren" 'Riley is contemplating  some extensive' impioveuieuts on  his hotel afc Yahk to keep 'pace  with* his increasing business,  'The Standard ^mine   afc  Silver-  ton will be equipped", as   soon ,'as  .weather,conditions permit with "a  mill, a   tramway^and   air  com  pressors,       .  .  There promises' to 'be a big  time at Morley hall this evening,  when the Sfc. Patrick's Day concert will be held. The concert is  announced to begin at ,7:30 o'clock.  The committee in charge is made  up of J. P. Farrell, J, A. J*. Mac-  donald,,Herb .lackson and M". J*  Tot'py. Immediately' after the  'concert a lap supper will'" be  served by the' Altar Society of  the.Catholic church, .following  is tlie program: - -    ''  1���Piano 'selection,  0   2���Song, Master Alf Swing,  '������Song,' Wm. Cliffe,  4���Iiecitation, IMrs, Reese,     '  u���Song, Airs. Wallace,  .   ' G���Comic"sorig.'T. Bates,        ,'  7���Recitation, ,Miss .Cockburn.  8���Song, ,Wrn. Kennedy,  9���Recitation, Miss Stinsou,   -^  10���Song, MrsvInnes. ���,/- ���  11���Recitation, F. J.- Smyth,  12���Comic song,..Herb Jackson,  Accompanist,*'   Mrs.' "J.' NYtiite-  head. ; ' 4    _  Prospects Are' Bright  ���VVV-'**---'*-.-"**^^ Vvy-sA-Vk_^-<V<r'VVl-ii>,V ���Wl,-V��'*v*��t  JSH   EGGS  :   -     f  d.;sc<mul will be givcu off cvdy piece for (he next inonU,  '    Here Is Your  CHance.  ���  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD.  A man,in'Prince Ruperfc was  fined HUO for not covering a blabfc  properly before he exploded it,  while doing rock woik ou one of  the streets.  A busy season is  looked���for  in  the Moyie camp.   .There is  every  indication of"the St. Eugene be'iug  worked'with a3   large   or   larger  force than   is now,on.     Development on the Society 'Girl  property gives assurance   of   its   being  one  of "the   biggest^ silver   lead  properties    ever' ��� struck ��� in'' the  Kootenuys, and  the" Aurora and  the Cambrian will be working before' loug.    "Then'there   is     the  Porto   llico   sawmill' near1' town  "- which has *a   big 'season's ��� work  ahead   of   ib,   and'  the.   mill" on  Bridge creek will throw 110   small  amount   of   business '  to 'Moyie.  Taken all ih   all   the   outlook   is  most promising.      "'    .  -$10,000,000.00  _l.S3f005,000.00   5,723,000.00  5,723.000.00  Imoerial Bank of Canada,  �� '           ���*                         ,                  -m nnn iinn.no  j Capital  Authorized-���  ��� '    Capital Subscribed���r-  I            r�� Capital Paid Up   ��� . Reserve   Fund'7_;^r"Z^TTTo-H: COLUMBIA-  ��� part oi the Woriu  } Savings Bank Department.  ��� Interest allowed on deposits from ^^l^V*Manager.  J MOYIE BRANCH.         H^^flurr          The department of justice at  Ottawa does nob propose ,to -appoint a public executioner to (lithe position left vacant by the  death of John Radcliffe aud in  future the sheriffs of the various  districts must act as their own  high lord executioners.  The Boundary Creek Times*  published at Greenwood for' over  14 years, has pnssed out of existence. The Times was founded  by Duncan Ross, ex-member of  rale-Cariboo, and has been sold  to R. T. Lowery, the sage of tbe  Greenwood Ledge. The consideration was $2,000.  liDiscussed Annexation  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  Tin-, hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  iu every respect  M. J.  BONNER,  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  Imperator Bacon  l-I'Ol'RIETOK  For sale by  OTOcers and  Vii'toria Street.  iAIOYIF.  BUY  YOCR  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  FROM  A, B, Stewart  PB0RS  MOYIE,  all  first  class  Ltd  The annexation question was  discussed by the debating society  in tliB Miner's Union Mil last  night,.but no vote was taken-  Next Friday evening tho question  for debate is "Resolved that  Christianity is on the decline.  Thos. Nuttal will load the uiMm-R-  tiveand Chas- A. MacKay the  negative.  .  Annual Meeting  The general annual meeting of  the Moyie Telephone & Electric  Light, Company, Limited, will be  held in the company's office next  Monday, the 20th day of; March,  at 1:30 p. m.  ' Society Girl Mine  Ore is being hauled down from  the mine, and a big effort is beinj,-'  made to ship another car b^01"6  the sleighing breaks up. This  will make the 10th car to go out  this winter, nud will make over  300 tons shipped. On account of  the road no more ore will be  shipped for a month or six weeks,  but the ore taken out -will be  stored at the portal of the tunnel to be brought down later.  i   Mirers Vote Tomorrow  The " members! of the Moyie  Minors' Union wilh take ft vote  tomorrow on the acceptance ' or  not of a charter from the American Federation of Labor with the  jurisdiction as defined in said  charter. The whole of the Western Federation of Miners is taking a vote on thir question. Voting tomorrow will take place between tho hour.** of -1 p. m. and 10  p. ni. in thi* union hall.  B. C.  SEND YOUR .-.WORK   I'O THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  -..-1  NELSON  All White Labor.  L3avc work with tho   local agent  A. B.STEWART  F.B. HAWTHORNE  -���','.'  ' NELSON, B.C.   Agent for  The Hudson's Bay Co.  Royal Seal, K.  & H. aud'  Kootenay Standard cigars,..*  Iu Moyie about.10 inst.  Wound up Rink   Business  Afc a   meeting   held   iu   C.   A.  Foote's storo ln=>t oveuing   the  affairs of  the   Moyie  skating   rink  were wound tq.   for   this   season.  II. Jackson,  the  secrctaiy   treasurer,    made    his   report,   which  showed     that   there   was   about  $175 of a surplus.      The secretary  was voted $25 for ' his   good  services.    After some bills  were   ordered paid it was decided to place  the balance,  m   the   -bank...    The  rink committee  intend   giving   a  big free dance in tlie near future.  John W. Sicklesmith, Greensboro, Fa., has three children, aud  like most children they frequently  take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine," he  says, "but havo never found any  yet that did them as much good  lis Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."  For sale.by all dealers..;  M. A. Keale was in town Mon-  day.  ,n. Giles' family have moved to  Strathcona., ,  Uert Lane'' -was   m   Cranbrook  ' -r t  yesterday,  ' Miss'H Mary .^tinson   is   down  from Kimberley. a  ,   Thos. Btltes  wa3  in Cranbrook  the first of the week.  '   II. K.' Wallace, is   building   a  motor boat.' '  'There 'will be a dunce .after the  entertainment tonight in Mocle-y-  hall.,'o '   ,     '    '    ,  Miss Cockburn and Miss Watts  of Wattsburg were in'MoyieTues-  -1     ' '     *  .day. - ,  !*' Miss Eva,Stinson'"is attending  the convent   at   Lethbridge   'this  winter,   . i  ,       ,_     ���      .',,''  F. U. Long is in the, hospital at  Cranbrook suil'ering' from a dis-,  located shoulder. *  .For' Rent���Two room house,  furnished,. S.^a mouth. Apply to  Mrs. l\. K: Wallace.  The planers at,the Porto F.ico  mill will "be started 'about the.  first of "April. ,-   ' "-,  'd/J. Elmer of .Cranbrook is  back at St.   Paul' on   a   business  trip- ��� ��    c,   ���    <" . ',  John Reid, .road .superintendent for the district, was in town  Tuesday from Cranbrook..  Louie Masse returned' to Vancouver Tuesday after a week's  visit in, Moyie. ,  *- J. II. Doyle, representing -A. L.  I.McDe'rmofc of Cranbrook,* was in'  I Moyie last .Saturday. ��� , '  y C. A. Foote, the,.tailor, was up  to the Sullivan mine -and Kimberley the first of the' week.  ,  Harry Sait and wife were down  frorn.the.SulIivau on a short visit.  They returned yesterday,  ���Father John is here from the  St. Eugene mission and celebrated  mass ab the -Catholic church- this  moruiDg.  Hat-old Chapman and, wife  were given an agreeable surprise  by some 20 of their friends Wednesday evening.  C. H. MsDougall, superintendent of the St. Eugene and Sulli-  vau, is up at the latter property  for a few days.  O. J. Johnson has retureud  ft-6ru California and is now stopping with his brother in Coeur  d'Alene, Idaho  The members of the Moyie Conservative association will hold a  ,meeting in the Leader office next  Monday evening.  The supper for the Knights of  Pythias ball on -the night of  Wednesday, March 29th, will be  served at the International hotel.  Ray Crisler is in Nelson working at his trade as electrician.  He will probably s pitch for. tho  Nelson ball team this season.  The subject at the Methodist  church .Sunday evening will bo a  discussion of how a just and wise  God allows so much suffering in  the world.  Tho members of the Intermediate Hockey team a few days  ago presented Herb Jackson with  a gold locket as a token of their  appreciation of his services as  their manager.  , It is reported that T. P. Evans  and Ray Crisler have sold their  launch, the "Merry Widow," to  Wm. Tate, a barber at Creston.  The launch will.' be shipped to  Creston and will be used on, the  Hats near there' during high  water,  ;    '   ���  On Tuesday evening, March  2Sth, a large numberof the members of Key City Lodge, 1. p.  O, F. of Craubrook will P��>* ��*  visit to Wikley. Lodge at. Moyie.  'Work in- the initiatory degree  will be conferred by the degree  team of the Craubrook lodge.  'WANTED���A' housekeeper 'for  six men. Must be a good cook.  Very desirable position. Apply  to Box '-io, Movie,;  Strictly fresli ranch  eggs 40c doz.���|  New laid eggs--':: ----' L_60c doz. |  ,Good cooking eggs ---,r--3 do2- for $1.00 ��  Get the Habit.  50 'to  ^AA/..**VNV^<VVAAAyVV!�� f'./'**>*-V*^*f-VV-s^^  -* ..  Mi-ii     TT|-*-rn    -"     I      ' .-������.-���  s  "R T-P,  of all styles and leathers for  ' ' inan," v/bman and child. fl  WINDOW'    DIS P* LA  i . I. *-      o     <  '   Kamloops Lots in   Demand  F. E. Simpson reports that inhere  is a good demand for -lots, in the  Beckraan addition to Kamloops.  Tbe people realize,, that they are  a good 'investment. Buyers are  .corning iu from both.'Exat and  West Kootenay.      .* r < ���  ���s-Poet and-Author  Odd .Fellow's-; Social  *}  Between 00 and 70 members ot  the Odd Fellows' order and bhfeir  friends attended- the "at. home"  given in- the hall last Tuesday-  evening after the 'meeting. *. ��e%-!-  eral hours were (enjoyably spent.  Refreshments were served. ,'  Methodist '.'At Hom.  The' ladies oE the Methodist  ichurch will givea'n "ab home" at  the Methodist parsonage next  Wednesday, March 22nd. Icecream and cake will be served,  aud admission will be 15 cents.  Robert W. Service, whose latest  .book, "The Trail of'Ninety-eight,"  has met with such   fayor,   is   taking -a.   well-earned     rest   at   his  mother's'ranch 'some  sixty, mile-)  oub of Edmonton, Alberta.     It, i-i -  his purpose to  remain   .there'1, for  several months; and   as   he   says,  "enjoy the   simple   life,'*-<J,. With  regard, to hid   work,   Mr., Service  maintaius that''he   more   or 'less  'stumbled* into  fame. <, His   early  work-was done out of sheer joy. of  thedoitig, aud lie, was more, than  surprised   as" welF   as   delighted  to     find,   that   his   poems   were  worthy,of  publication.      Ue expects 'to bring out a new   book -in  about a year and a . half;   it   will  deal with Cuba,. where ' Mr.  viue has spent several  months.  Ser-  A Misplaced   Appendix  A. B. Dockstader, a well" known  insurance man, has bee'n, appointed census commissioner for  the western division of Kooteuay  riding.        '  The most common cause of insomnia is disorders' of the stomach.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver-  Tablets correct' these disorders  and enable you to sleep. For  sale by all dealers.  "haf you heard about Isaac-  stein?"  "Vat it iss-r  "Dey took him to the hospital  and took his appendix away from  him, alretty."  ���Ha! Vat a -pity ain't it h��  didn't have it.in his wife's name.,'  Miss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  of Rath well Hospital,, Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of'any-  kind. Matiruifcy a specialty.  Moyie.  m  t A  li  ^  H-  l-ii  1 !���  VJV*.- A  A'  ���m  : i'.���'&-'���  ^ -il THE   MOYIE   LEADER  HORSE'S LEG SWELLED  AaXiuai Wfc�� Too Sara nund Limo to  Wod_���Quickly Carod  by  Wormlias '  "l have had * long experience in  treatiiig home*, anil J ran nfoly fiy  ti'iI I know of no iini-nc-nt foi .s-'r i nil. |  t-ir-nLS. and rtwi-U'i-g that ia ��o u-,-."'il j  t,ri._'ul (hi. s'.-,i,> jn Xurxilin.. " Tdui.. J rJ1H I'l'isl C,n\k h.i.l ju��t ihi'iuod down  iff ir 1*8, Mr. ,K��u.'.i K. \!ur< In-icin. n.iiii' ���*- *'>' oft hind log af the Trojan  I.- in  i,4   Civ"-*, ilij. ..- 0.    I l'-nl   i        -I lu.ri.f4. ^  tcung l-iarfe- that' "A") nn*;'' nighed King J'r i>u, .ia lie  ��������� r i'u c L i'<S iii n -iW v '''il w'l.. l!"iiV' (>ii. '-II 1''! i'L.1*.  right fore- log, ?ttd sin' the n , ,-e ui tell ',hose f-r.-ss,'s In im if  rroiu the .shoiil Iit -i-���."-����� ��� tin* J run-bin *t take i i,\ thing  -fivrii .she was ' - t-i-i them shuit or an Hiitmuohile, I  si-iil, sore a.,,j should i ot -low be so leiribly nigged bv  swollen.     I  applirvi   t--1"* enemy." , '"  _S r: i'-J.'-i'  .i'iJ   ;i   worked  like   i   eit.i   in.'  Ui 1'if't, th.iL m_irtf w��rf in >-b'ipe to worl  t. dij  sJtxar . T3-S-9J MerviJij o.  "'VVc havo used Noi-viLnp on our farm  foi twenty live years ami never four. 1 it  wanting. For n-aii or beai.t it Ls s. wonderful lniimai.t.''  ftih.vitiai.  IS A  TRUS.Y  LI^IMEUT  i.i'.ivoidablt* ;,Ti.->ikss, 'Mt J(Oi.ii't mat  '���or," said one of tUi* edit'iis, calmly,  "this lb Mc .'lay. -. o-.i Uri.nr, anil vre  riii'it -uic.ui-. o'.lv on ,s iiu'd-iv*!.''  W1IE.X  ] OHX," said SfrB. Bin Its. uneasily, the  'j*       other   night,   "I    urn    very   >hiucb  a (.raid   Ik.-il my  bank  is iu a   b_-J  way. *'  "Oh, noa*��en->,ol my dear Marin���nou-  seni-e.'",aaid  Biuka,  "Why  it's one of  We ha-**e rvK-cdved nearly five thousand ' the   ���.trongent   financial   iuntitutionn   in  lettsrfl rrscouiDHMHling N'orviIiiu> as :i  goi.er*il lK>a-h?hi>li! liJiimetif. hh .iu nil  r.nniii crura for ache* tad paJas. One  million bottiau u-��d each yt'��r. Try,it  fuurd&Li. Tn two w��'ti, 50c aud 2.7c.  AJJ 'doalera, or Tbo Ottturrhoitono^ Oom-  p-i.il/, Rij-.g-i.-on;; Out.  ,-* r-'  'r*fi  ��,a'  hi-  ; .    ,1  I'i '   '  111    '     ,  ��� A_TlT.-i XBlS BStTISH BC-EOXIO-srS���  WIIATf  fM" (be iinw JJritis'i Parlianient, nvhii*!)  will aJ_ixvniblo on January 3J*��t, ths  partiiM sir-ll ha-Vr* nl'iioat proclat-Jy  ttm btuar- nber'a^lh as iii tlio ln.��t Pjiri'u-  uieLt. 1'iu_i ruriouJ n*_nlt rr.\H r>xpl*.iii  ���d theaoth/*ir day by t Britbji*, obj*}rs'ar  EOt-iotlujng like thJur  '"l.svio    vtft*"ra    don't', soe   ,ifl��or    tlioy I  '   sliotild bo ,caJJ<*<1 upon to vote ag\ic up-]  on n qurxrUoi- wUifli  they tlioujjbt  thoy  i  bnu suitlod   a year ago.    So.  mxuy  of  them   h_,vT__ 't  vot-ea   at  all;   and   t_io��s  -tlint Wxvo v-crtcd fajive dona ��o just about  aa thoy Aid boforo.','    ��  Ot enuxiie,  sovaUi  iiarv Ixseu  lout  and  won  by  boU.  aide*,  o->~ar a  scoro   oaub  iray; but^Uw>��ft o-f-orlunui cam' be saf&ly  ��� rtvlited,   ia   pra<jti-j��lly   evory   inutanc-a,  to )oc_U &a.n_-3_. , .VTr. .-lisqarth contiuuo*  Ik }K>*srer  vrxtit kin  fcfjvoa qn.diiniiii-)iied.,.  r but, ou Iko Oliver hand,  wilh  hi. force*)  uiirtrc-i/^t-itiAod.  Efe  still depeaas   lxfu-n  ���������lie a_JJ_u-<*e  wiUj   tKe LlhoraJ party of  th/? baboritea and tfao Iriah Natioi-aliits  for tfcus proi��erva.(-.)<)��  ��f hia majority  in  tlie ULotLSO of Coin mono.    Ooa.li.��ion_>  of  fri'loly dtHjocwg eXooioutu aro poculiariy  liablo to ���ttta.-'cs of t_i�� UDftxpocted; and  tbo  Prcmicc   iriU   ne*ed  all of  bis  nidll,  of   nr-j��Ji.   _u>r'lu_fl> rt>po��te<lly   gireu   no  tmnU  proof,   t��   hold   his   triple   lea.-*rU0  u-itod   a_ad  Htot-d^-.    'Fortunately,   tke-y  ue aJl agre��d (though for diffarenl uio-  tivoe) Hupou- Iko   ixsue   Trdich   is   most  prornitteatlr twfaro tko eouutry���the ab-  (>litioa  aC   tat*,   veto   of   Uie   House   of  Lords.    Tata-k miust be the first q'ue��'tion  *o coma laoftw-o'tlw*. new Parliameat, and  until  it  is   aottted, ,iLpparently   iiotbung  *lsc CAn bo  thiMigttt of.    Mr. Asquith '_  logical course, in pursuinc**. of the plan  W-.ir-ii. ho.l-J-s fwUa-wed iritliout deriitioQ  lince the.'&rst att-tck  by tlio LotiIjj on  the, Qoyd Greorge JJodget, -rill be to introduce again ills" Veto Bill,, pass  it Ln  the House af OonimiKiH, and send  it to  the country.,  Vliatevcr put tb.it notion  into'your deur old licadf"  'MVoll,  it'a   very   funny,"   said   11 rs.  ULnJcs, still unconvinced. "Tb<*y'v�� jubt  rot��rnod   a   che<;k   tyf  mine   for  twauty-  fi���>'**, dollars marked  no funds."  ' #     ��     ���  rAJM sfery ��orry, stir,*' snid the inn-  keeper, x.ddr����ainj; the noisy visitor,  , "but I shall b.i*.!> to a-J, you to  loave,  hii.''  -'ife,  sirr   Whaffort"  drniaudi'-l   tlie  noisy 'visitor.  J'You are intoxicated, sir," returned  IJii) landlord. "U'fljl, i-rbaff ,1 ai.il1,' re  torted tbo noisy visitor, "you ir'ott*-  ttifjn up tliore.ou tb".wsil sayin' 'Iicciib  ed to b<> drunk on the priMmi.**.' Aiu'r-  e-iort" - ' *    <  ",Ycs, I havo," replied the iimltoi*per,  ''hut tnat's my liceiii-e, uot yours.''  I.    *  i ��   V  rA-CKhCV WKNTWORTH, after .-in  ���/f abisence of thirty yours, returned  s to tne home of his _.oiitii. J.ic!.*pou  liad a shgnto affection <vf the skin wiirvb  mad* bis, nose very red. Ueuce, when ho  called at the parnpnago the old muiistor  athe(l_ocda.    Tfco Lorda will reject it, or  -eel.' la' au-iotrtute  *ror It some plan  of  reform of the fiouiw of Lordn.    In ���tb.at  *vent M_r. ,A_K{uitii muat apparentl-^ ask  the   -Cing wto   agree   to   create   enough  ' ruiberaj. - [xvsrs  to  "nwx-ip" the* House  ��f  I.arda and thereby make a  majority  in  thai oaanibor to permit tts paasage  of   the  bilL     IX,  Iho, King   a-jreos,   the  threat .vr--   doui��tl*es be BuSlcient wilU-  .i ,'e-ut tho 'a-f-tHsal  cre*tion   of  the   ne��,rly  (.throe hnnoLred noc��<_-*ry peers, as it was  with   tbe   ltofonn    Bill , nearly 'eighty  years afro.   Tire Lords' veto will be done  ^awuy w-ith ajud tiie path will be cleared  ' for LiboraJ 1-^jp'frialioit.    Thon will arise  the (rueflUott of Ifomo Rule for Ireland,  remarked;' ".Tarlcijpn, Jackson, my man,  I'm afraid you've'become a haul dunk-  or. " "'Don't j it due by appo-aninco-., Dr.  Steentttly," aai-1 Went worth. "J liardJy  epnsume two glasses of beer a week."  -'"Well, then,' ��aid the minister, in a  soothing; Voice, " i fniess'-yonr face,,  Jackson, ia like my'gas'meter. It register* more tnaii it consume*."  '��*�����*' -  4 <  IN a eertain parish in one of the coiin-  ' ties Off Ireland, th'e congregation ut  , the Episcopal Church numbered only six. 'me rector* and the 'Catholic  priest were very 'good friends. One day  the bishop o. the diocese announced his  iiiteu'tion of visiting the parish.' Of  oourae the parson was ia serious concern lest his lordship should discoxor the  smaUnees o- his dock. .Vfeeting * i^  pariah priest, he told his trouble. '' Let  that not , grieTe0 your soul," replied  father Kyan, "begorra, as isoc-n an mass  is over, I'll send the boys along to the  ct-sTch."     '  ' -    -    .  C'l N the st*eeple of an old Universalis^  ) ehurch'1!!!, Bath, Maine,, there"is a.  wooden figure ofi an angel. It is  not a remarkably, fine specimen ol art,  and has always ^beeu somewhat laughed  about, especially because 'of its high  heeled shoes. <; The Bath, Enterprise recalls the story that a' former pastor of  the North' oongicgational Church'once  accosted a devoted Universalis! with the  question: "Mr. Raymond, did you erer  see an angel with high-heeled shoes on  its foetl" "Why, no,", answered Mr.  Raymond, '"x can't any that I ever did;  but did you ever see one without  tliexuT" * '   .  ��    ��    6 ,  AdRL .who   inherited   a   ����ug  little  fortune   of  twelve   thousand   dol-  CII/LF Ji*.-Tir*. ('IIASE  *-i' ti, aiii.f'nl hjiiiuli he eoul.l  bf as i4it!y its we'l .is. wis". At  a soc'al gatboriiig in bia liowv-, when be  'vrils ijeeivtais ol ���.���.'���ir, tlui mibjiM-t of  l.-i.vntio'i h.'ivmg bt'en mooted, .1 ilisliu-  guiMhe-d naval officer present ".aid ho had  pHid -IJ hii. tuics except tlu> income (ax.  "1 hue a htth* I'Toperry," b.ud 'be,  '*���'vhirb/brings me -ii .'i vearly ri'iital,-  but tbi'tar gutboreis have uot spotted  it. 1 do not know whether I ought to  let the thing go on tu.it wiiy or uot.  U'liHt would you'dp if you wero in my  [vlaci'j M"r, ChaiseV' Tliere w.-is -j, merry*  twinkle in the eyes of Mr. Cliase as lie  answered: "1 think it is the duty of  every man to livo uusj-otted as long as  he can."  -    *.     *  i f  IT is a gTeat thing to be a jjinitor, and  mo��t janilors know it. A eertinti  .janitor who fully realized his im-  portailrii eveu went i*u fm aa to prufer  hih title of janitor to bis name Tbe oV-*  msion canto when a ecuipie witliing to be  married had stopped at tin* nnarliiiout of  a minii-ti-r. There, worn- no friend*, of  anybody 'in tbe bridal party '\y-itliin  roach. But the hidy was iii-iii.t.'nt,  Sotnehody inuf.t give 'her awav. About  this time The janitor cumo in sight, at.d  i.ho hei-ti'd upon hhn." " Will you glvo.me  ���uviiyt" *_ho plcide.l. "Sure 1 vvijl,"  said the lord ol* the apartment house.  The nii-iiif-ter look lurn ,-is>i.lv-> and coached  him carefiUly. "Wlw-ii I suy, "Who givo��  tnis bride aw.iyf you aiiiwer, '1 do." "  When it came to the question in the'  corornony, tbe reply v.ab,,"Mo, tliegaui-  tor.-"  coil, 'sends out certain impulse', which  are instantly picked, up by the receiver  on the aerial torpedo, and made to oper-  3t-e certain parts i/f the apparatus at tbe  discretion of tho operator. J3y this  men ni�� ihe operator can successfully  manoeuvre his aerial torpedo over a  city, buildii.g. or uii army, uml it can be  di.scbarged tit will with diea^trous re-  niilt*a Io un <'iu" ny. ''JnO lfeali.y system  n> uon-iutt>rferjbl<i; Hint is, it cannot  be got ju lo-i-h with by an eim-ijy, and  is also workid without an aeriiiL  THE "aSi-I'sn.'SUNTLO\*."TSa  T^IIIJ  mobt  if *i<irl4,*ililis u.-e  to  which  , A      the  bur.ilawt'r   b^is  born  put  ii  iu  the     ciiLht ruction   of   li.it tl<��t.h:ps.  The   *stall.   of  1 J.o   p] uiff  is  very   pithy,  and  oven  when  co'uprobi.e.1 into  blot lea  this pith ih'i ip.ible of absorbing a trc*  nio.'idous    qui'.iitity    of    wator.      Thc-se  blocks,  in   which  tho  pith  retains soma  of  its  flexibility,   havo   boon  employed  w,itb   much   Mii'Ci-ss   in   the  solution   df  the   vexed   jnoblem   of  tho  lining  of  a  battleship'* kiiles.    They are plar-ed bo-  tiveeirtwo vrtlls of steel, and  tho substance is bo resilient that, it completely,  closes up tbe hole made by a projectile,  leaping, out the water; for a long'time.  Another  little known  use of  tbo sun-  -.owar is in the manufacture of cigar*.  There in riot' a part of 'the plant th.it is  without cominerciiil   value.     Tho ,H0t*d(  which is raited by hundreds of millions  of pounds o*.<���!>���'year itt "Russia, uia-lion a  palatable edible oil. with a residue seed  cake for cuttle; or it may be fed, iu tho  iteinel   to   poultry.     The   blonhoms   fur-  t'isb  .lOiiey  find  and  then  nu excelJetit  jollow dye.    As for the italics, the Chi-  nose 'lire  clfvor <*uouga   to  get   a,   sort  offiilky fibre  i'ro*n tbom, and  they are,  nli��o good Idr  fuiS! and  for the produ��-  tion  of  pat^h.    In   New   Kuglnud it���-i**<  belioved    (n.it    the>   sunliower   '"keeps  aivisy miliaria"; it i�� alar/ believed th'it  ,the IdosaoniH follow the .-.un.iu its daily  I'oarw, but that is uot trtie.u  A  \l Kl'l'i.i. ui a recent uuiiilior of,a  farm j&iirr.nl .*iiiiioiim.i*s tin* uis  r ' co-rery ol the iiium* of b'lr.euiu'-s  a,iil aborti.'u hi r.i lies, wliie'i. .n-eord  r-g s<> ili.h wr^ti f, i*i dun *�� holly to the  swalhievM oi oiir p.is'tiln ,. "        "  "t his '.viirer if-i s in.nh ..r-.cp in (ry  log to t'tpljiii *liit westiTi. in.*.rif-r wilh  in'llio'*! of iicff-fi lo  ifim  in er i>rOiIi:i-<*  dam Fanny ( lay, by, .Ameiicau Clay,  tiottcd i.1 '":".'> "i. But Kentucky did  not l.nig retain the i'iii)iii_.ipiish.ifi(l for  o'-i JS'uv. IJ ihe 1) iy till,)-. Noil.niH', bv  N'orval, dam Ll.une, by Mes^nger Du  iOf, liotteil nt r:an l*V'uif-��i-i-o in 3:111'/,,  l'ji lo tbirs tJim�� the fillioh I.i,(1 cur. led  lhe cb iiujjii.iuliip. Al Napa, Csl., Oct,  IS, 1S!)0, till' buy ,<'ii!t rice.loin, bl- itjabli  Wan Shorn of St^  WaaJtLlTerSo Uuderraine,,.,,  _,  ngtl  *"a,'ly 1-  a iiiuch, larger pi r cent, of fo.ils tbiai j Wili.es, dam L,niru Orevv," bv Arthurton,  do the si'.irit. <.f the east,^v-bere the pasture* are small Of c-oms-e they do. out  the dilTereucy' iti tlieir" .conditions an to  iiard vrprk, overheating, oorn-eiitraii'd  f(/ods nnd ,(lar,gpr*- of infeetiori he has  omitted  from jjjm calcul.it iu'is.  Then again, while it is impossibki to  get un exact per cent., yot very cart*  fuJ investigations of tbo mares bred in  Holgiiirn for tbS .ears lilOH and ]J)l>9  show that from SO to So per cent, of  th��rn produced live foals, a higher per  cent,  than   was  produced  iu   any   other  VV  Iar* baa been rather cramped financially all her life, and she had always longod for the luxuries and frivoli  for Mr. AjK'��itii 's Government ia ji-edg-  #d ts gra-at tiie ono desire of the Nation-  tlistf) in rot-arn for their support in  the I ties   of  eristonee.     Her   uncle   came   to  present atniffg'le.     And   of the  framing   talk tbe  matter'over and advise her as  o-t �� Homo Rule bill but on�� thing can   to the investment of her little fortune.  i>e pfudieflexl���trcuWe. Tf, on the other  in nil, jiio i.*-ir**jr ref uJR* the Premier'* re-  tucat. tt fc�� dtrnriilt to ���*<���� what can be  <ono coscefit the resignation of llr. Asquith1 and -uiotfccr eleetion. But wluit-  ���ver cones, we think il any fairly be  ���xpecicd, in sp'rte of the wild electioneering propiocles of both parties to the  prenotil eleetir/n, that the British Coo-  *titulioa will be ��*s.��o, und neither rovo  hitiou, s.uj.rc-17-, nor rula will eonfrout  the IVilioh  poipi��.   .  We gni-i ss-oat not by dwelling os*  "Hi.' vrea-i: points of our rivals, but by  ���studying  their btroo/j points.  Xow, my dear," said ho, in the tone of  a gonial but prudent eounsolor, "of  course you have made some plniis���have  some idea of how this is to be invested t  What yearly income do��you expoct frota  your.twelve thousand dollar��T" Then  the youug woman replied: "I' expect,  dear uncle, to iuvest hit money so that  I shall have a yearly income of twenty  four thousand  dollars  for six  month*."  HEN Marshal MacM-ihoii wjis  fpresident of th��* Prencli rfepublic,  ,( .an incident occurred which illus  'trates the Prouehmau '.s love of what is  dramatic. A French f-oldier sat oh" the  summit of a hill overlooking a garrison  town; his horse was picketed close, by1;  tbe man was smoking leisurely, and from  time to time he glanced from the esplanade t*osa big otlicral 'envelope he held ih  his hand. A comrade passed by and  asked: '"What are you doing-beret''  "J.'am bearing the president's pardon  for our friend Klichmann,' wbo,is to be  shot this morning,*" replied the smoker,  calmly, without changing his comfortable attitude. "Well, then,-you should  hurry alouw with your pardon,"' admonished hi* comrade. "Ah, no! " exclaimed  the other, in some indignation; "Bee,  there is hardly a soul yot on the esplanade, and the tiring platoon has not even  lw>n formed. You aurely would not,have  me  rob  my appearance of  all dramatic  effect,  my friend I " <*r  . c  , *     *     - -  LAWYER LAWLESS was notorious  for his long-wiiulednessv On one  , .< occasion he , had been spouting  forth hisi-coneluding argument'for six  hours, and the end, was nowhere in sight,  when Judge Ballard beekoned liis brother John and whispered: "Can't you stop  him. Jack!", 1 "I '11 istop fhim iu two  minutes, "* John Ballard'replied. Confidently. > Aiid he wrote 'and' passed to  Lawyer Lawlesw the following note:  "My dear colonel, as soon an you finish  your magnificent argument I would like  you to join me at the Revere .House in  a bumper of rare, old Bourbon." Lawyer Lawless, halting in the miijst of an  impassioned perio'd, put on his glasses,  [and read the'note that had been h.mded  him, then he removed his glasses again,  .inril taking up his hat and bag, said:  ���'And now, may it please the court and  gentlemen of the "ury, I leave the rase  withurou. " , A minute Jster he was'pro-  ceeding in stately fashion ia the direction of tho Revere House bar.  THE FOUNDER OF THE BED OROSS  (By  F. Laurist'ou Bullard)  . rfOLLOWTNG, closely1 upon the. death  " of Floreu'ce^igbtiugaJe, tho Angel  of trie Crimea,1'came tidings of the  death of Henri Duiiant, the Good Samaritan of tsolforiiio. 'Every one know  what the Englishwoman had done. Very  few could n*call what Dtinant had accomplished. y.e bad*been forgotten by  the world. Bill his death reminded a  little company in almost every nation^of  the single-han'aed 'efforts'*which procured  for the' human race tlie International  Red 'Cross Society, the signing of'i"the  first international!treaty of inorey',' in  the history'of the world.' It was Dunant  wlio made the ambulance a n,outral piece  of' war apparatus and tho nurso' a non-  combatant.       1 r '        '  Dunant himself acknowledged his  debt to Florence Nightingale. Through  bis year* of early manhood .be had  dreamed of an international league*: to  prevent��� misfortunes to human beings.  Tl>en came the Crimean "War and "the  Lady yi-ith the Lamp.". "She made my  life worth Jiving," said Dunaut. "As  ��he had tared thousand*! in her limited  sphere, s.j, 1 hoped tc, ��are hundred* of  'thousand* and million* on a 'larger  basis."     1 '       >   - , '  'At tho age of thirty-one' Dunant twas  on the field of Solferiuo, perhaps the  bloodiest battle of the ceutury. He went  ns a snectatc/r to see Ibe-hOTrofs ho desired^ to- mitigate.'' Ho witnessed such  sflpne^as war seldom discloses. 'Even his  descriptions ca'ubed - tho, readers <"of"hi��  book to,thrill with horror in later years  L    YOUMG   husband    fluding   that  his  ck. pretty but extravagant wife was  c considerably exceeding their in  corud, bi ought her home on�� evening a  neat little account-book, nieely bound,  and looking very attractive. This he  presented to her, together with a hundred dollar* . Mow. my dcir," he said,  "I want you to put down whi^I givm  \ ou on  this ��nle. and o-i the ot h" r   write  'own the way it good, and in a fortnight  I    ivill    give   y< u   <iu<>1liei    supply.   '  couple  of week-  later, be asked  for I...   .  '. n't.      Oi,    1  h-ivr* \,pt  Ibf   vecount :iH"l,,.v '�������� rh" ���'  i_rhi."   ��..nd   h;_   .vife.   piodu-itig   tho  1-'H'i ���"'������"i'-1*-'''  little !,-atlirr volu.re, "*eo, lu>re it is,"  .- ' 01 one ii^gf im- n-cribed" " Tie  .('veil f'l-ioi Algv. one huiidreil dvdlan,"  .' I up flu n* c . p. r-i.iti*. ibe enm.irehen-  s|,i-  httl.i  sut Hi.'-ir;,     --t-lpfi't   it   all."  THE HEALET WIRELESS TORPEDO  , 1  "TIllE llealoy wireless tiyrpodo 1* eou-  1 structed on 1 different principle  from other sccepted methods. It  follow* the usual outward appearance  of torpedoes in regard to its shape aud  ��ize, but is citiroly different in its sys  tem of control. It is the invention Of  two Aubtralians, Mesrs. P. -T. Ilealey  and A. .1. itoberts. First brought under  the notice o. the Federal C-nvernment  of Australia in the year 1007, the inveu  tion was favorably reported upon by  the exports, and the Government order-  e^l Mr. Hoal'^y to carry but a further  rier'es of demonstrations with it at the  torpedo station in Adelaide, South Aiis-  teerdassistants'he undertook the  the wounded in' churches and public  buildings of OastigHone and other nearby villages '  ' When this Geneva physician published  his book, ��� Un Souvenir de Solferino,"  be made men see the grim awfuhiess of  war. ~ His was a series of pen drawings  of the scenes which Vereetcbagin put  upon canvas. It immediately commanded attention. Sovereigns and their sub  jects alike read it. Many' translations  were made. The writer interview ed  kingij and diplomats His purpose was  made easier by the tales of, the battles  and sieges of the Civil War which came  across the ocean from the United  States. And at last the Swiss Hqciety of  Public Utility called the Geneva Conference of 1803, and on August 23, 186-t,  the representatives of twelve nations  s-giied the Geneva Convunrion. The Red  Cross thus became tbe reahrtition of  Dunant's dream of an international  league  in  behalf of  the unfortunate.  For many yearstafter this consummation Duna'it lived in obscurity and much  of the time in poverty. lie had ex  ponded ,1 large portion of hib property  in pro'iiofirg his cruse. An attack of  aralysis   incapacitated   him   for* work  part of the world. Thfise mares when  not at work run iu very small {mature**,  some of which have bi-eu uwd to pasture brood iiii.res for rnoroi than a century. More tiiau this, soue of ,these  ili'iires ar,e irra".od at the end of a* cuain  when Hot at work, and yet they are better produceifl today than otir own mares  ruuiuug in large and eornpaiativoly new  pa&turus.     ' ,  It) the Fercilt; district of France the  pi-sturt'b v^iil average much htTger than  in Belgium, yet tho per emit, -of foals-  si'artely reaehen 40 per cent, of the num  her of niai-es bred. The manner of  liaiidli*ig/,atailroiib iii' the two*cffiuitries  will explain this difference of foal production, much more iutelhgeutly ' than  the .use of tuo pli��ture*5. '   >  ', . ' ������*''' i ,  Tkero ia nothing that helps to ni'ake a  rnoo'track so attr.n��.tiye'a>i pretty lnwu's  ���j.uil bi-tts of }lowi*rn in all the available  spaces near the club house rind grand  s.lajid, aud if the, infield can bo made  attractivn it wtli 'bo so muvh the bet"  tsr.' - The eye ie always open to the  oeautii'ul,' aud fresh tiowors and green  grass please and refresh the onlookers.  The ladies,will be especially appreciative, and it ,'�� always a" paying proposition to ei't-sr to them. . ,, ,'  When a horse persistently manages}  uo'nintter how slow or fast the heat is,  t-o be second" or at t)\e worset* t,hird, it  is timo for the judge to wake up. iWhen  a horse ran and does win ia very fast  time, is made favorite in the next race,  and gets distanced or is away back, the  judge should get hi.s glasses on.. When  a horse which, in usually good manner-  ed, after,winning a*h'oat or two, breaks,  'badly'aiid is out .of the race, lhe judge  should let tho people, Vudw that h* is  xliv*.    How of ton .'.oes he do itf  , *   4    ��� ��   . I L  There Is a gr��at deal in taking care  of tracks iu winter. There-- is nothing  ecjtiril to a. good thick coat-of manure  for this - purpose. The rsnow falls on  r.op , of 'the manure, soaks gradually  tbroilgh, carries tho manure down and  enriches the soil. When the spring-  ���time comes,a light plough ,will,piit the  residiie of the manure,lu the soil, and  a harrow and roller will do the rest;  Tha track vui be safe, fast aud elastic.  ti/it I vd in 'Z.'Z^Tt and whs the first yi-ai  ling to get into the 2::i() list. Oct. (I,  TlsSU, 'Hell Uirdv by Klectioneer, dam  jii-autiftil Hells, cut the'riuuk to 2:27%,  being the- second champion by JSleetion-  i*<jr out ot Beautiful Bells to capturedlie  ehHmpi 1 11 ship.' Ou Oct. 21 Bell Bird  reduced, his record to 2.2(?Vi- Just one  month latoi-.tliat remarkably good filly,  Frou Frou,'trotted in the* same th.fe,  three days biter iu _.:_.(��. aud a week  la,ti*r in 2:2SV(. The record stood, foi  two years, .-.ben at .Helton, ICau., on  Nov. 18 the chestnut filly, Pansy Me-  On'gor, by Fergus McGregor, dam Corn,  by Coriander, trotted in S-:2!r!Vi. A year  later, Sept. ,27, at San .Tone, Cfil.,* the  well known colt, Ablcll, by Advertiser,  cut tin- mnik'to 2:2.t. Tbu're the record  Htood lftr fifteen years till Miss Stokes  nstuni.shed, the trotting world on Sept.  17, lOOi), by trotting at 7_e.\ington. Ky,.  in 2:10���/, aud was tin* first yearling'to  enter the Stl'O list."Mins Stokes is by  th'it grout giro, Peter tin* Great, 2:()"Vi;  dam, Tillie 'J boinp-on, by Guy Wilkes,  This year tbe yearling,colt Wilbur Lou;  by- Kinney Lou, 2:>i7-,*-J, dr.m Louise  Cm tor,    went    a    sensational .mile    in  2:19V_.,    ', '      ,'        ' .        *  Hvi-w did those Jufnnt** conic out hitei*  imf With the preoption ofiMiWStokes,  none of th.-'ui were exceedingly rout,pic-  nous as two-year-olds. Miss Stokes trot.  te.1 to a reenrd of "2.-O0>4. In tbe three-  year-old list pf t'liarnpiots the only, vear-  ling elidnipion which reappears Is Hindu  Roie, who at Jlartford on Oct. 3, 1883;  trotted in" 2:20 and al "Lexington a  week later ijn' C:10u., Xot one of-the  i*hnin{ijv-n yearlings appear in the five-  year-old champion table,'or in the champion stallions of.the worldJs champion  table*". We think the geiierah.ieduc-t-bn  from the statistics is that'trainiug year"  lings is an expensive business and tliat  it does uot pay in the long run. ���>  Karly rnaJihorif)  v���.���r  to  new   .n-igiiJariti-,,  '  ii.oipibl.v oi  ufri.,t;������  <im   a   liarriBtn."   vrM.  legal light, ".,,���! tIl, r;  profit**!.)! il   ki,.^   |I(  ,  iiaitbM.g tlim  juj   Wl m  s-lf   in   -ill   |J_   -,,,] ,������'  sine   of   vvruli   jir.impt,.  ���sume dj  11.,. diktrcsuji .',  pii'red'livor amvitv- Tn. ���  I"*"1, after -i.an.jT ;4���1j  i."  If'Ctlllll    IM'tlMH.       It    *-,���".  Mivero attuclc of hl^^Ain,  an exiietirg mhwiou of *ou-t ,. 1  voiib I'xeilnbihty Mi at 1.;,'; '"' -  that 1 roalund fullv Ui*�� .������ 'n"1*  physiciao ordered c*omp'ir-,��',."''. .���"' ^  r��.t-.bul u.y ��ugaK��m��,t��� Uh,{^  powiible this idiirsr,  ���'I'-. 1  i'1 <*  11  I'm,,*  Thfi   solution   nf  proplem   wan  iimnediat*   .'.,.  proved, appetite hv-eanw'-i-.tn'.  " I'd!  -'���lllll .  nerves w^ie flp<.0d-4y u,, ,,;,",;';,,''.','���,  ing mark. Pit.Rw. Ui*M ; )11 "t'l  Hamilton  P.1J ,���an." " [*  No iiie-licm* ao valool.)-. ,*,' ..  leadh-g 11 sevlentar'y hfn ,��� 1., ,,''  tO!.;HP,|I,s��ldJn<v���l,<,vW(,f"'l;"  iJi*#liTft, or aiie CjiiUrrU/ori,' ('��� 1  ston, (.'iinBdH.,,/ . '  |>osition   it  mire  bad,  ���, j ���;  in the iiithtiincs uf the r^r,,.  'll l,���  '���} I  BON'AVttN'TURK DE .FOURCROY, a  clever tsociety poet of tho seven-'  tcenth 1 century, a .splendid orator,  an "eminent advocatef, and an intimate  friend of Moliere to boot, on being aslt-  cd one dav, by a magistrate -whati he  meant to do with hie son, replied: "If  there i.s anything in him I'll make him a  barrister; if ,not, I'll- make him ,a  judge.',''        ' , . *      -     "  ,  '   r .  A^t Lexington, Ky., in'December, Joe  Roa qame to, th'e .front with a yearling  trotter that is' declared to be about as  Next day "with' peasant women as volun-f ffPad *����� ��������-���' uncovered in Kentucky this  l0 care 0f  year.    This  one, is  by   uirecluin Spier,  biH-^^vt/-'-.-. ;A  p  ii.  a   b-eai ii  in*"  r - 'is  11 t:i 11  prr.'iiisi* r*bf,  lie  bar  '  w li'>    '.��� Id   t he    brief    I fir    I).   I  .  I  I"' mt v. .in.-iui.,  I tr il   hia fair  ���^'l 'i.i.I    lo     si.    pi u. '.    1I1 i'    li,*r ,  .firiiilil  lip  *-i|]    111 !.-r  the  ,ih*-er  tralia. These demonstntions took all(] f)r wn8 oijijgiyj t0 ,,,.(.(vpt the bos  .ht plnce under the dire, tion of the Federal ,,.tai _���, ,(,0 uhj,��� js _,iVPI, u, tht, poor,  1 A .Grvoru-nent experts, who, after repeat-��� Tj10 j,,. (l1MribuU.jii of the .Vobel prize  h���lod   trials,   again   repoited   mo*t    f is or- j -,10U(._   .-...^ mafie -.���  ipoi, and the peace  _ , _t 1.. .... ,.1. ��� + t���   .i-i.. 11.. ., ���_.���  , * . , . ���  jetje  vv-ii  divlnfjd   between   Dunanr   Titl  Piftifeiicrt J'essy. The 7*5 000 kronen  v..me t'i Dliinujl a- u gre'it i.non Sim*"  *���< ce.i ir'"!.'* ,!l e .ward br bad lived quiet  ly ai   He'dcn.  a  Mwis-  health rl'"ort.  At I|.<i<ii*u Puna nt 'i. fU-nrli o-eurred  on Oi-'ui.er .'50. l-��l(i. He n is bmn in  1 si'S tlie s��n iff French'fi-'-f-t'ts I'virg  in fJioieva. I* ���*�����������- ' ' file Ffwieo Prti ���  s in   "\\ "      f    I *"        < 1.     R   I   ( -.--�����  ���   -s 'Kirv       -"'-t     1 .   li .'li   it   si,.-,],.  V'-i. 1 g /he , ii!uni..ii4 -\!i> 'fimisioie.i  '.'.nil    t.i-   bitMcdelils    of    Prance    ->v i*i  entiiiu. The lle.iiev wire-  fompl-*t<*J* eotil rolled by  'lertz-i.tt. wnves, anil -ivas * ho tuj' tor >  pedo ... -Ji* win I.I tn be si, eui.ti'.lleij It I  1.111 !>, diiectf-l witn iiny-i-ioii from ,i*iyi  '���sian.'e at r. moving **lnp ct otho*- ob I  t.'i t Ttiiie-irtv i'ii iv ri �� ur ntl.er i"i-j  pe li'neT.a to eoimeet the tirpf'do vvi'h  lhe. pirsr."  1.in r.itn.g it.     1 ht    .'njinlse   1-,  of  1   zt  h'  lie  ,.11-4  I    1.4     ,,  llll 4  h.'ld  D-.KarteFs Female Pill��  SEYEHKEN YEARS IHE STAMUARi"1  rilii..J    i.ni*    1 r. ..,.m^-i(ll<*     M     ��� u u A     **l  *.v   fi  1 m.f.1  t   - 4    i r    '-.- "I   r-fi .-.j- .1   ( rl.'  r  K     ti.  rr.       1 '     mi   I.m 11   ii..  \r. ,   *. 'i   *.<  ift��*tit      I** -rr p��.l a' ��ilf 'l.-V' at  ri  ll ���  1 li  Vlli  Mi-   !.. -, 1 '   a   most  i   . 11I17 1 l,.*ir Al ti 1  i'i I   Mli'ii"  I*, ir  ri*-  01    lnr 1   v, tin   i iv! i  ,i    1    ���> 1.-     I,'   111  i/ii lu   1   _;  r I li   i  .-1 . 1 -1 s t 1   * 11: -|i>  Hi1 ��Mi f-eil   rTin.i.gii   th" -i^'-i ey  1 - i- v ivi"  U-iw 1!    g -i1   ' be 1 it,- u  h'i-  .re.; tho'is-iid kilri-iiet 1 ."��� ; or s-  "i.e-.*   [������.; i.ls.,.   jr..   pwl... 1   iip   i>  t   rvi   'n    ,-e    .* i vdlr   tI.i*-.       '1    "( ���  of eli.r  uf f"i ut  i'IOI  tb"  2.11'/,, ailfd out of Brown Silk, 2.19 V-  fdam of 11;, by Baron Wilkes, ne-ct'dam  Nannie Etticoat, by;, Boll wood. He was  brought up after trio 'Lexington ,.faJl  meeting and tbe first time he was asked to step a quarter did it iu^S-.1^  ��ec*  onds.  *    ���     ���  The pill*�� is due to an automatic er-  pansioii- aud relaxation in the wall of  an elastic tube���the artery���caused by  the jeti of blood pumped into those vessels by means of 3 torco pump���the  heart. Each stroke of the heart is equal  to one pulsation���viz., a rising and falling of the arterial wall. In health, the  average number of pulse boats per minute is about .**���(** to 40. The larger the  horse tbe slower or, fewer the number  of beats'per minute. , ,  A very good place to take tho pulse  is at the under side of tne jaw. By  rolling the tips of the fingers about a  little, tney can be brongnt on to the  blood vessel. Don''t press too firmly,  nor yet too lightly. The animal must be  kept still and quiet. In point of importance tho "ch-iraetor" of the pulse  mu��t be tbe bo-l guide. That ip to *vay,-  the blood vcsel may impress us as feeling h.ird ��ort. full, quick", small, wiry,  legulnr or  irregular.  These are nu'eries winch require prne-  tne before they can he fullv nppie-  einteci. In pleurisy, the pulse will be,  foui'd hentii'g about Sf1 times per minute   (depending   upon   the   stage   f-f   tlie  -lifem-e),   mini    vvirv   nnd   I'n guhii.     In        Only     tie     iiiiiiilnrined  pulmonary .'ipoplevv, j<  In.iy b<*  beitingi  i.v ni    . mie .'       j *,,     -  12i)   t lines   pi r   -iiii.il*"       When    pr.ijierly   .I'mlv    llelloiviiy "s   (\i 11    (  tslten, it  forms .1   .-ilmihle me.ins of .is-'relief,  frt.iinii'g   the   n.it-nre   and   progress   of  ��� ll-O'i-e  The   gri.f 1 il   - ii., pi s|js   of   opinion   in '  rf_.il, it uevflviiiing ni.il  incin* yr.uinigs  ��� ;.iid   ri"     .4-    so.     Theii    h-ive   le't 11   u  few e*nJfs    vhere  t'li'V   hue sm,, essfullv  REyiVAI/  OP   CRICKET  GREAT'efforts  have  beenrmade ,the  ' paat season  to  popularize cricket,  '        whieh,  as   everybody l knows,   has  been   superseded   by  the -more  exciting  and -strenuous'games*1 of   lnerosse   and  baseball. 4 ' A '  Tho rule* ' regulating cricket have  lately been revised, so as to make them  more acceptable to, all, and if the result be 'aa 'anticipated, we'shall see  more of a sport that, although it nmy  not to tuo superficial ^observer -appum  so, i* in reality the best game, fOT all  purposes, that could*;be imlnlged in.'"'  "While it *-gire- -ullicient exeriiiue.  tliere is nothing violent' about it,' which  cannot be said of most other games  and for this reason can be participated  in by the old and young with perfect  safety���a feature in itself sufficient to  restore  it  tb  tjonulnr  favor. '  The majority have not the desire���  nor physical ability if tliey had���to play  either lacrosse or baseball, but all need  exercise, in one form or another., and  nothing will supplv that in a more  agreeable 'and profitable way than  erielfot.     <  It develops", too, the social eide of the  play's nature better, perhaps, thnn any-,  thing else,  as  i��' evidenced  by  the   harmony that invariably prevails at match  es,    111    striking   contrast   to . the    free  rights   and   rough   tsctio r,that   too   frc  quenfly  characterize' eames.' *of bacebnll  and lacrosse, and this should be another  reason, and one of the gie.itp.st.'wby the  game should be given preference to the  other*!.  Admitted that the majority enj.o\  physical recreation of some kind, that  exercise is neep����:.ry, and that to he  beiieficiftl it -.liould be 1110 ler.ite, and  had under' the most agr. cable eoudi  tioiiB. there is ruiilinif., it appi-irs to me  tint will snnj.lv ;lU tll.se bl, t���.|N .,��� |  sf.'isfjicttirily .is tbe g.i(i.l i)i.T ���/; 1 uie of  criiket.   which   bids   t.-ii   to  oeeupv  the  ���"' THE  1-EKIN-G />AZETTE'  TJJK   Telling 1'ao,   of   I .'i , ,   .J  time.- ualled  the  JViu-g"'.,,,,...]  i.s   unihfiiblellr   the    i),it,|  paper in' th�� world.*   The Iit,.r-,|  Idtion   ot   the'title   of   Un-   j,,,,..  r"tbp newP ttif [be capilnl."  ,The   cJftim   it   mado   thai,  (!.-> ��.J  paper  was  founded seven  lit,-.-, h-l  ��� forty  yenrt   before ' the  0|.ns'F-|,.  hut there is nu evidence to i.n,.{.Jt| ..I  a' V-hiim, 'nor,' indeed,   t��   ._,,���   n���"  was-ipublislii'd any, eiirlier.lU:i ���,., ���^  Mid/lle   Agon;   but   it   is   re.-ii.(i.J.|Ji���  suppose   that   it   has   had, ���  iVntn���10��  existence from a  date ccii-iiilen.1.;-. ,  lier- tpau   tho   i5uropo-ui   iriwij,,*,  printing.   '   , ,'     -,  It is held hy scholar!* tlwt'ih*. r-i|  inp rtf tlrs journal is a most ujsriii-t;  thing, inasmuch' as it unfolds ��� u.-,|  able panorama not only of ofln-'il 'ii  but alik; of Chinese social life. Tie real  br will find in it, together ��, -|,Vif  Ofneia' doeumoiits, the date m'-iihi nlflj  tho 'rege.nl has decidod to n*.,lu_ ij  sutiuiier hat with a' winter !'*.: yj  render will''ohserve in one i-iiu- ili.it .3  of the suciessful eandidatc im i diJ  tor.'ft (jegre-c i.are ninety yi-.irK nil. t*  ton o'f-'them, mere than'eigtirv v,.(r- nil  Tbe Tching'I'ao is iniuie up i'i *. \nk  deimrtmeuts, one of whi'*h. itilfi I (|  Kuug men eli'ne, or "copy of i'i-  ace gate," is very similar ro the"*tufl  c-irciilar'' publi��ned -by ' Ei.ifli-li ,i.*i!  papers, and records th* dinui;*. of if  ruler,and  hi.s court.  Another ' department,    the  *r-.l.a -i�� rj  eonsists   of .imperial   decrn��-*>; *fin! .  aiiother.  the Tsow-pno, '.*> ;',.-itl.' -i;  inamorials  or  official 'papers ..f tl,��  ficers-'of the empire.    Many i.f t'.r.*"il  requests  for  orders  or  ruhriifs, a.i.r3|  ,.|ns-w<red   either   in   the   dffr.'t1'  -pecial 'ijiemorfinila -|��ri_ite<l'i'iinifl'iri|  after  lhe  inquiry.    f�� .       "        ��  - A' curious  fcatnr*   of   !)if�� -ISf.s,  creeCji'to  those who  ha-fe in-.. .���  ledge   of  tin;  Chinese  liipgiuis:'.   ���  attetnnt to transliterate, or r> ..!er ;!  etically-, foreign words into 1 l.i"*��  one decree tho " Kuropw " -*"l  ti mn-tong''  oc��u*rs  teTerj)  '��� "u  I'I  neither   more' nor   less   tlwrt  the  I.  word   "ultimatum,"   o-Hid1"!    :*.  '  nititic *��Pnfc<.'. ,  Another Kmopeaa word f-i'iu"  used ni another dacree ����� tnii'  nndfthis iiirnns the  lelcpl w  Typngraphii al mistaki s   ft. ' ..n  ly found in  the Telling P.iu   1'   *  ixf from piovable types of -rni0.   '  proof-tenders _,raLnot ih** 'i.''*-"- s   .'  111 tho world.   (  U.-HE HUMBLER 0FF2i1TSff  Prom  their expectant  halls af.'  Tbe    r-'imern   Win*   M**' *-'*i-'C��  Kii.g*��f  C'nirie   with   'beii-   p-^e'mi"  ''r '  led'r" the   In'int bv ^  **'ir  Kothiiig of gold, nor in<(*   "'' " "*    ' ,  They     brought,    who    *����*.l   ���   '-'  flecks   night-long:  But  l'*d bv   singing, en.'   T  i-nd    loul.trd -ft fhi-'T e ���*���  1* _  And   I who have but  little ���_ !'  \'or   11 n-i-.'.iif r'li'e rr '  1,'or     1 Mm -s(,^ii     s,'ri" '..  J  I' 1'en i. *  Onlv  a1 i.uiir, l.ks'slicpli-.    '  "Ucv-ve   tLe  ���*igy   ll>gs  i-  r s'  1 f*i 1 <el  ri���.  '14,  'l.P  ���I'll   If.1-1   I  s      I-l .III  <  F?  E M C l*V. U E R "^  i*-'di <i ���^rf- (���;��� P? 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Il-  1   1 ne  was derived   Iron  'be words  "     1   ������ 1,"      u.d     "bell  ������     O-ig.n.ilh      it !  v i'<   i"*|j"l    "lhiitnb.il.''    lb   'i   "thiiin   1  I I,.,    lin-illv     ''iiiniiil.     '     ft   is   re   1  1 r nil i' tiiir tninibl' *  .< 1 >i   I  ' 1 1   ! li .    'j    but  we 1 in  In.*-    tl'cr  1 ould   be  ot  tb  th  1.  11.  *n *,  a  rev  lew  III   I'  .if   till'  .III'  I  4|.   s    -.    s  ' 1 'I I I TIC  lie'i  In*  11 ul   111.  li imp 1  11   lie  I ill (O'r  ���ill  llll   4  r   of 1  >   t,ll,  v 1  ir  hub '  It-Is. In Demand.���So great i�� tin* demand for Dr. Thomas' Kclei-I ric Oil tliat  a large fm-tnry is. Ucpf.i-ont iuuallv'busy  mailing and lot! ling it. To lie'in dp--  inanil ijbowa popular ripprecial'ion of Muh  p'reparatioti, which strinds at the bead  of proprietary compounds as'tbe leading  f|)il in Lie market, ami it is generally  lUlinitted that it is deWviug of the  lead.  Ki'iutIi 1 liimliles were i" idr of li'.i'.  ind in -1 01 1\ . bi.t now tli-v -ire -lii>i"'i  *       .,!       sii   1 r,   s-im 1,   Ko-it,   ivor*,     and  If]    I SM  ...    in    -i     t hi'i lib.    ovv ni'fl    1,\     1 lie  nl    's  ,m   f b 11     s   sli i|,, ,1   Jil.c   a  l.ud    the   ro.iil   f!> wei       Tl   ii   (I  tine I'll-     stud, ll.'     4'lt'l     ill ll'lfil   I.s  -osl Iv   ill 11 le  in   in 'ei   -ind  lie! '    .        tin     '     '.,   .'    '  t ���...ni  on,    -(,f| Pi)ij ,,_   i]iif     vn,  ,,  '���'"'l'   "l -'''o-ulv  di-v.lopm.    '. I.-- ,,,,  1 mill   scrvi.e  -"'||(11,|V   1#|   ,,,���   |,���i,v    .,���,   ���Mi   Ul,t,    K(>11  tui I.v   iip, mid       In    'sSl    t|M.   ],.,,vv *i   fillv  I '1 1 le,  b*    I '.iu i 'i 111 1 I . d i 11   1 ii 'lit 1 onl    l.v  -im  st-tl*   llf  ���I   11'     III.  I'I   "ill 1*1  e  I  lo   IIS  S '   ,"  I   I  lr  ;i x  '.nl  ���it   IS.  ���1 r  1 nn isro  1  .  III  I'll  I lit  0  1(1  .    Tin  s vv  s on   *-  , (  V  "i  '11  i 11  is  I  I'llf "H  s  r   1  t II  ,1     ill  Ih  i ii  '1'  Oil  1   "41  .tl  lug  us u'd  s     -.V  111  '111  o*  e  *\<  1 pi  on  1 Vi v i  111  n   111 uie  41* bi 1  il'  O  to  1,  01  !***���  l**tt-  lllll  '1  r.      ()  It IIVV'II  I      t  fills  ie    mm  lis    1  In  "I   1  d  In  V  111  llll  1    1  .' 1  1 t  lie  Scarlet Letter  Quality,   the   Red  -iTC.-L  stands for unequalli-(i fi"  Hire reliability and liivai.u  nrormity in  >SFL��&,    SI  ND     AMMUNIT?"  of all kinrls.    It means th.it ."> o  somarls-ed are of Winchester make and "Winchester in.  means the highest q jality of guns and rniiniiinttton th.'*- *.    '  produced.    For your protcctio-n alvvfays look for Iho J-*1-1-1 ��  IPi-lr/li-ifi-i- Utiles, Sl.otzais, /fifrdran 5/n-Ili and Carlrtdsrt tor l.l/r ntryu'-r"  WINCHESTER   REPEATING  AIMS  CO.,     NEW HAVFN,   C"v  Hope for the Chronic Dyapoiitlt1;.���  Through lack of ��� consid'eratiou of tlio  boily ;s iiee.ls .many' per-sons allow din'- ���"'l'*--*l--|1"n'1  orders of tlie digestive apparatus In en-  dui-e until they, become chronic, filling  days aud nights with suffering. To these  a course n. I'armclee's Vegetable . ills  is recommended as a mini arid speedv  way to regain health. '1'iiese ' pijls'are  specially ci'tipo-nnded to combat dvn-  iiftpsin nnd (lie many ills that follnw'iii  its frain and thoy are siie.cesssfiil al-  wuyu.  i .icfl is lii'l.l to be the uiosl  I of the lu.ud in the world.  I      I'ii   N:i ni.-f-,   v-ery   pretty-thimbles   r.oiu-j  posed of-lava fro.hi-'Mount., Vesuvius'are j  Ilv  mild,   but   rather as c.iirinsi-.  ties, tiiau- fis articles  of  real   utility,   be-'  -tig, .bv reason of the ev-tfCine hrittleriess  of. ���the   lava,; very   easily ,broken.  .1 tlie famous Hi nitilul Hills lis t n ,  '.Ififii, In.lteil 111 U'.-l... (hi Nov eiii.ber II  die . reduced   this! record   to  *J:.'!li'<'.'.   T'lii,-  reeoril   at   I he' time   created   a   sensation  and   il, stooil   fur six  years.  IC* 111 ui* k v*   limit   a   band   in   t lie , yMim,',  arid, on Oct.   l;".af  l.exiiigtdii. the  brown  filly,   Slid ie,   !).,   by   F! atri lilet nni.-i 11   ">8(M,  qulc'.ly   itom  c��>-��dh*.  tha Ibroat aad lun_t��.  cures   colH.,   henl..  _    ���    ��� ��t3  CCDtJ,  'Recognized'as the leading specific for  tlir. destruction of 'worms. Mother  Ornves' Worm Kxtet-niitiator has proved  a boon fo su'foring children evorvwhern.  It, snldnin  fails. ^tfisA? j_. V-** ���  THE   MOVIK   LEA DEI.  ���f'.Jt/'v A.. J*  'b? /.J If I ?��� itrT?. h";.^ AFtrt: f*? ID  MM&JllJitiji Jr y ;;5 jL/i Ciii-x  AMD COSTS NO mm THAN THE QJHMBARYKf. i*ti Jl\  r*.".vt.-t ���f.-ic.r-.vS^-y  ,t  i. ....     r  1,,  'f    . of]. I    ii] 01  1 il>.l-l   nil,    I  1.   1*        Il   'I    'J       U-l       I  ill   re lier   *"ii ri 11  rtf*fr'��yi:ffi? J'ffl  L-S-Ju .  A'  _*vi*  .Me  jr.* i  ��*4>i  tk-��  i_lf'  'il*".!  ni e  i.'.K skirts ti/ he wider} Is'the- pre*v*nt fttaggcrated style  M -Icirt to r<��m��in in /i-shion thrtiygli the wintcrf These  ,(r<. momentous  qucijtioiio  that   *vi*ij   wonum   wanlt-  to  . ,]. culvelV' aoivwcrod,' As it ,ju. Mii'iem a i-io-l disagree-  -c-Hit'of fii-e-'iirlty pervading all rank*, 'rf 1-f,., and t'tor,f  ,ut 'i liiuilcfj ���liyhjier of wv.fncli wl.w sire p-ijiecUy seciiie,  . r*.si<|Uj*K.iy H��reuo in mild, jn- tifii-d by the kt.owledg.*  ,1.,.,-, .ne .snjmtlj,' g'lvu.i-rj It i*? i.ot bi'i'iuie the u..rrow  ��� elites lift* and' bicoaiotion*. pmlii ultwly the'.niter', so  ,-,', nor bccaTiWi,if is ui mgi-icifil and ot.lii.i-i'ruir.g, but  .-until of itt- rt|_fi havjjig bcciy-iiniveis d'.y arcr-plnd as the  , . irt  model.  (���an be lis,.,) ar,d -,v, there. ���;������. llp s..jf*icient wiflth' obtained.  Another important ([uestiiin is the liwglh'of the train. Mor-t  stringent rule*. hnvf beau 'laid down -tating tint the long  skirt was oiiite out r.fidate., and pprtair.ly.the great maiorit?  of gowns have until now bee>i made snort, t-ren thot-e intended for afternoon ai.cljHvening, Tint a�� the n*;i*bn tiaviinr*e��  tiiero arc more and mor.* long rikirts to be scon, and thorn are  well louiuled tumors to tne effect n.nt versy m-oii the exsig  gcrati'dly loiig train will he in favor. ijm of the popular  fanhiosifi i.s too tt.lin -rpataitv fro*.)! the guwri jtspn., on the  order of the court tram, wirlinu* which tin* gfwn can be  absolutely comolete iij itself, rem women fyb.^hrivi* i-_f.sed  the fifst bloom ol youth look well in a slii,rt,y,iirr in tlie  hou��e1 and i ver. 'he de/iut-iiite is jiritticr ia the loi g graceful  fktrt it (ilic go-.v . is,to be worn for aiiyt)|i!'g''bi,t a dance.  T bn all nuiiiil i*ou_r l.-m^tli i-kirt is pot i><>iita-<-IIy b-si-orning,  l"iig ciK.i.��h t" tou-h .;,. f-ysbf-re ami .-,ft, {."lie ou tht-  grourid. 'I liej-.. �����ifioih{'g more awPwiird to will in flush a  skirt 'if tui- order, but name K..*-b''�� do., not fegan't  "nob uii'.or id'H-iili. wh'-n issuing Lei . o'i"n*,u.l-. The loi'g  skirt adds 'o In-i/ht -ind sleudeti>(hs, tin.I Uie ex ei ing (town  rim de lung in (;���) ;iisd a way richer in ajipe.iraritr, a* well ai.  more becouiiig tL.tn any olhcr. .  '" ''.",*', '   "  There  ji-, a  gieat vnriety in tjbe triuintrig on  wVirts this  winter ai.iJ jinevai'ii-ledi ofportuiiiry^ ;*( .iff.i-dOfl to "exercise  ltnlividiiiil taste and incidentally ,to ma!feti|.e ot hnudsnm'e  tnitiiiui gs. 'J ne fiul-ily la_(, flou'ice*. can 1),* uiilr/ed to ailvari-  tage as- i fi�� *s|firt '"-I'l-beiJ m the *idc will Vli'ijv the flouncen on  ibe tiuderr'liirl, or the lace .Qmiiii'e can be n**(-d on the material  Of the si.i('toacross Ibe front. If the '('welled, embroidered  and spar.gicfl uoti.'are preferrefl thoy can be utilizc-l' iri' the  same mauner. I.r there can be bands of. embroidered or plain  ,volvet nt patiu Hroiind ,the lower part,of the un.lirsk.irt or ou  the hem. Silk, bead or ji��t fringo if. 'verv snia,-t and makes  a rar.ift attracriv-e flinih across the front of tne upper skirt or  as a iT/ii-h to thic'tunic. ' There n. r.o irule as to the width of  Iho fringe. V'"liatevor,rwidth looks best'may be chosen. "The  bend and jet fringe has'one undesirable fetiture, 'it is apt to  be heavy when of any width, but thorn are so many different  varieties tu,,choi*e from that1 an effective cue c��ia bo found  that i" not  too heavy.i *<  - The'Vnd iiinl aim of fashion at the motneut is apparsutly  to have al) drcs of the fiost ctrpens-ive order, and yet not  to show iti cost at first glance; ,the embroidery worked by  hand, in the nanie color as the material or in two or three  .sliadi'f ,of the same���tfie most expensive of matorials; and  then the perforation of line. These are not apparent tp everyone, but inevita'bly does Ihe harmony of it sll attract attention and ndtfitiration. Both lor day and evening gowns is this  rule carried out, and the'results are easily discernible, to any  one fthp i.s n ally- educated to, the standard, in the finished ap-  pen ranee of the evening gowns that are ui/w exhibited ai_  models*. A year or two ago. or even earlier in tho season, it  may be finest ii,ned if tho styles that are'now popular would  -have' even ,bpen considered. Recentricity and exaggeration  aro now avoided by'.everv woman who merit** being considered  smartly'gowned, white1 individuality and distinction are moat  oagcilj sought for. This is unqncst"'<inablj- the res-s-on why  wider, .kilt!*'titid longor trains for evening are considered so  much ei-ianc-.        . ' , *" ' ��� .  1 ���    ���   ,*  ' * ' if  The furs of the moment are i-o -Tinny sjhI so varied that  even 'the bet ic-tracted of naturalihts must often be sorsly  pui7ied to th'cide io what braiicb -of the aoimal kingdom  Milady1'" innff awl orm'could ever have be]ongc��I. . j\ndl,Milady  has an er-ually hard tas,k to provide ht*r��p!f with all the different Kii'dH'i.f f(.ir<isi?ts that fs��hiou requires, sue ��hall hivs'in  her winter outfit ' . , i  *- The presciit price of. furs is .prohibitive to the'majority of  people', but thc-riv'are subntitutes t;Jiat<, are worth owning, The  li'avv iiwff and neckpiece to matcn can he fashioned from  sstin or v-clvct an.*.,-bordered with fur or even with marabout  feather, can be cnl'eii a "iur set." Then there are *> few, not  many, :nr\nol.*i\e furs that can be u-*ed for trimming, but  which vioulil not bp possible for an entire coat. Tnese look  well  with   velvet or sit inland there are ever so many food  * r ' ,  1 ���'--''��.'",**? V  rf'i-*      ~%  ���\*'-S    -.    )W"j* .'  ��� !_. -**-{*'  *\\  E "**>*.-  ���5. ' 5 *       *-*-.  '        d-  !���'-'- ,-s  THE BTEAMJ-ESS  BATTLESHIP  SxlNSATJOJ-i'  "V*"t> liav'a! news of rni**,t years lni*  i. s , created such i*-f "it n.< ut in tho  ei.gii.ccni g wmH u. f-.iv iiolbiij.  of lhe ii'i'.il c-.4.peiT is lie ,11,1.011 u  ���neiii 1hit,the i>r'j .' in .' ' r. iTl h -ii ij)  -vpe i)' lb- n,[iiii"i:i .-1 t i' ,i��� i-i in 1,  witii ut liuiue'.., bin!. .'o . Ind Is " .  1 1 oi'.ir proM.it.'H' I, 1 i'i* ot ^ ' i,  i'i* i'i'i- ii i o'lib.i fni 1 ^'1 .. 1 'i,  v'iiiI. there m.irvi'is, * I, m 1'., -s,u-'-  11 1,1. un ��� lb _- . , - lu '1 .1 r  1 D<    ' i,_! ty b "tli -:* 1 -   i'i  1!.    i'  , ii   1 ��� I.-/ib t *.        ���   .. ���*-.        r  jj.-.-.rs 'fiom  v.-'oil   on   1 1  ;.i .    sc v,,   iln;   ii l( . 1 1  I glue of 11 e i;*ari..e  1   t  j.julv   in  snbr-iiiriaes   .    !  Icit.fr.     Whether it  hi- set Ine- !.rough;  j to   sin b   peifcction   as   to 'd>"elop   tijo  [forty   tb(,u-and  iiors" po" 1 r  that   woillil  J be   reipiircil   in1  the   g-itit   ,biitt!csliij>i  11*0011 to be laid down tor King George's  Heel 'ih   problematif.il.      \   t-olutioi*   oi  tbe   problem���which'  our   contem.ioraiy  .leeiT.H   pract'u-nlly ' fo-.i'd���brings, us  t.j  tbe riawu of a new er.i iu naval atlair".  There   are   to   be   pined   on    tile   seas  smoKph-hK   nquadron"     of    great   8peciJ,,  with'no funnels' to  binder fore and ait  gun-fin*,'   and   an >euor'iioiiH   having   in  space which would1 b" dc/oted to f.ivicg  and   iui.ieat-.ing   fuel   and   ammunition.  This would add greatly t*. the radius of  a  battleship and  to  it**  effectiveness in  action.    In other words   our con'e-ripbi  my deihires, iho'inigiit1,  battles).,p Orion, Ituu.ebed for the British envy a few  iyi'c'.h itgo,  is an  "obsnLCi.  vosm'1.'  Thfi rp'eslion' wh.-tbt r an*, iuch do-  1'clojmtent in ppssibl" 111 the present  ".tntf. of unginecrii g seiccte, nbscseu  Mr. Hpeuctr \v iJkins.iii, oiic of the ffu'n-  c! niyv-fjl experts of r-'itrnpe. i.s one for  engineers to decidp. Tbeirv'tecliuiciil  piet-tv iricliues to \i���W the wat'-or, as  oniet'cully expedient, 'ret tp say feasible. KTisfine-ers have'bulked rather t.o  the substitution ,of oil fuel for coal.  s>ays Mr. Wilkinson in n tbo London  " Post, '< "arid they have pointed out  that the gas engine proper, if si)fi"icicnt  power couid be developed by menus of  it, 'would "give,, far, greater advantage*;  than ���could be'had iro'ii any installation  of producer gas plant.    '    ' >        '  The belief "that the future lies with  some form o-f gas engine,, to the exclusion of coal,.is now firmly established.  Such famed marine engineers -as 'Hir  William t sVhito and, Sir ..John Tborney-  croft, to mention no others, hf.ve associated their names with it. so that the  general attitude has for some time past  been one of expectancy., ,  i'Of,'courao, the ^advantages to be  gained from the use of internal ,eom  bastion engines would tbe very great.  it speed, was to bo the constant, the  engine-room weights would be ,nmch re  duced, arid,, in added proportion, so  would tneV size, and consequently the  cost of the ship. ; Conversely, if' size  was the constant, either a higher speed  could be attained, or a vastly increased  radius 'of action���should that" be judged  necessary���or perhapr tbe armameut  could be proportionately augmented.  It must, be remembered, however, that  the weight saved would be low down  iri the ship, so that it.is by no means  certain that any such addition of weight  eould be made to the armament, which  is now placed-very, hign above the  watpr line., lu any cnRO, it is clear that  a motOT-driven ship would not need the  large engine and boiler-room complement which steam engines .and boileTs  dem-ind: and, perhaps most important  of'all, the filling up .with' oil fuel, would  be 'a speedy and clean proceeding, instead , of the laborious and filthy task  conling it*. It will,be a great gain when  a ship can simnly go alongside a jetty  or" tank*, and fill herself up 'with fuel  through a pjpe. The gain in time, and  above all iri fatigue to the J'rew, will  be an inestimable advantage in time of  war. Also it is reaspnajily certain that  it will bo possible toi take oil fuel on  board safely at sea, a thing which, despite the exercise of much ingenuitv,  has never become fea-ible with coal.  The'absence of smoke and of vulnerable  funnel-? are other obvious advantages.  Lastly, the claim is that the abolition  of funnels would greatly increase the  arcs of fire of the guns. It may be  suggested, ni.ireser, that thi? last-named  advantage has probably been over-esti  mated. Anyone who will look ut the  .deck-plan of a modern battleship, the  Virion, for instance, or even tbe .vep-  tune. will W that very little advance  on their arrangement is to be expected.  There must always be some deck hamper. Standard compasses, conning tow  er,'central controls, uavignting bridge,  and even'boats must be curried. It may  be doubted, therefore, whether the aboli  t'on of fun'els would make all tbe difference v,liioh is expected m some quarters.  " \n to tbe disadvantages of oil fuel  iu   itselt,   it   it.   perhaps   too   early   to  speak.     The  tue!   when   tarried   iu   the  double   bottoms,  as   at   present,   is   not  ih'rigorous 111 peace time, unless the <hip  should  o-rouiiil -n d  force it un into the  li.iilei-r'nvi".    in-   Ti-is,   happened     * With  Inn lc-1-  ali'ili'l't'd   tin*"   d.uigt'Y   w-fild  be j  ihnl"-ti"d   (im     It ha- been el ten point   j  ed    out    that    s,   111.11-of w.,r   at    pipsout 1  -id-os   on   t'ie   irrMi'-emopt   of   V*r   coal1  Im   Kers  for  a   ioit.i'..ibb< s.h.ne  of bet [  .-.im       This     in lectin      would,   of  I.* i'i in i .,'  ,(", ,0,  s.*. gi'iiugl  icni-o-i.s     of    -./ie..    h.-   i-^i-i  -of tho  conclusion*  that  have  been   set  loith   above.     In  spite  ot   the  positive  .un our 1 riiieiit   thit   tbe  British   battle  l.'p of tbe future vv.ll uo f'nolu'b"*'!. he  ins.fit?   licit    t.,    li    e   iu   *(,ifc<lv"   imp  tor  the  innovation,     tine  nf   il.e  gre.u  r mills  u.ado  in   fav   r  of |b(   i,*d  of  in  ' 1 ri    !  ii,in  f *-( is  ul-.fS: b.it 'Ins in not   1 ^.,,1 1 j  ' l.e   "j."t>-ol"   or   Ik.i   ;,   ml  -' r,   I'ii   *"   -hss ,      . -      r '  v mil I   011 1.1   ��ib>. Ilv   *    1..'*!   >  .'>        1   Tie I   1,1-1.' '111.      '     1  ie",   'i'ii,.'   li'.s  I). 1        'cv.-'oii ��� 1  "n     .1!'  )U   f.l . "    fiiti 1 t .11 -1   I i.ni    1 . ..-    ,v.  isf   1 f|   id   I lei   1.   f f.i 1   '"'Vi   ','>''  ', 'i('r iljoj.   of  -'. 1111  -Jul*.'i r.      rt    ik  til it    I'l.'g    I'    r.  ;o    V, f.     I    ;fr-|,     till  I.  ���L     I'  . |.   I,    .  jf.lll    ���  I .H'I Is  J  . ., ..    >i>y - Js.'w.ji",-'-1  HI- 1 ���  b p'  the ,  &<.yf*.'v*lf-T^,..J-'^-'W^-fJ5'-> G  g__��-i_3ta_^_s__-_a_rw-A s  WWIM.M ������������Ull-HII.  Z'tm-ijuk will atin'ba found �� nuro cure for cijid ��ort��,  chatiT*s*.| hands, fru*c h!t?,plf-er", bl,io<l-p'vii!"n, vsfie .srmur-Ni.  pi u*, e-ivlp  -mhvs, rin^w rni, ind mi.-j pii. .1, h, b_. Pn' er-i[>   '  tmus ani ch.ipj��c-l pl.i"oi, cu'*,' burns, lu ,.<s"<, ai.i! ii^la in- ���.  "jiiri^i   i-n'Tfcl.j*.     All d uggisti and eton-v ".ill ivt 50o. 1; >>r or  1i3ib fiv/*|ioin, 7.aro-iJuk Co., Toronto, u -,m lu.'iipt uf piti'e.  him h.irde*-t��� hat. made, 'lhe pfogrc-.'-  of guniii-iy li.-.fi"!t.eeri due to lh<) tiarvel  1611 a"series 'if tiiuniphr- achieved,by lhe  guu uirikch df the world, spurred 011 ti.  turther "(Tort by a hnifit of emulation,  and by recurring irnprov omenta in a.-iirji  -UuUiinictiin-. As a result, t-trategy and  tactics count for nothing if the,ship's-  officers .'led men i-nunot lisp the guns  so as to hit the rcemy. The o::l> oh  ject of a man-of-war and of alJ the la  borious training of the crew is to hii  first, tl) hit hard, and to keep on���lii.  ting." ,      ' ' *���  .lotto.l Mo*. 1   ���  :  '    I lie    .t is e(     J lie    sb,,i 1     -   ,,'  -      1' 1 .     .     ,||     l        1,111   - I     Ll      . I    .  1   I   _ll���      ���       .1   ,        IS  '11.     -Kill       'ill'       '  ll  \  I  j  1  f  t  t  1 1    t'.l  ll.'-l  I  t\\   1  t  1 I-I    '  1  t         I      s  t  11     >  1  e'n-^se 1 0 |_-"i  * 1,1 e i ' "I it t '  lilb'd   W itt.   ml  It   b is 1 .....  p.,    ���.,(i" ,.r   ,1.) .1  ���    IC    ill   ill   11,.   t'ili   '   ssiib  e-.ne. . t   s,i ,,f   .  ,,* rue -"1  ri  n t  pi 11   vs l.o   .|.s,  1  do  1   ' ' 1.1'gllllV .  ..it 1    i   d-.'i i<*  tli"  -.ide   bu. '."  *-i,b  wero  Conor 1 ll.'   -if. op!o.l  'list  a'   -o* 10  t .ruro  1 L.r hi g     '"-���" 1* Will ,  I '1   e 111111111 *-1 "nn   on  ,  II t. i' '.' '������" tin ,  *   .lis,  tl-.*  IIUllol   o\  -liis  1 li -ni,    1 n   I,on  ,|--s(,| l .  '";i -n   ni.iiiv  L'P   '�����'   tl.f   itt'.'ii.ll   i*     nbil-t 1,jn   .. 11.-  ! Atlantic   l.rjo'r   ir'f-i'lsc  h:    b.itll  I till   th��   tiOiililf*.   the   .!irt.ri.-s    . i,,|  I sf v p proldi'in of 'na). ig sr'l! P.-i . 1  i r-as  ed 10 <-f.ist b'*c.i'isu we bball lu.\i. 1 o 11 |f���  I Iiivtt   iisi, g   lif) ul    fuel   1.'.   ci.urtcctioii  j with  ^tt'.ii.'i  c: giro-.  "Why, it may be a**ked, doe<i ��uch de-  velopiiieiii so"in  nearer tbo po-s.biliti;*s  of thib age than {die g.ant scale ipteriifil  conbiistmn    ei'igine    using < liquid    fuel?  1 be"iiiisivi'r  is  that   it  is a   moot  poir.t  if we'chilli  not  bt.se evolved the explosion   turbine,   on   wliieri   many   of   our  greatest,   marine   engineers   linsn   been  working for ye.-irp p_.st, before w> shall  ��� be  able  to construct   petrol  or  heavier  filet    ir.ti ri ul    oo'i bustion   encii en   rciip  I able c/f deveiopiiig tbe e'torcfus !inr��-e-  I power   nceess-irv,  to. jiropi I   b.if lenbins  ' anil  big more hunt  or  pasfcrgpr  vessels.  ! "s  fjx  as tin* preyiit:  kriowi",^--  gm"-,  there   nre   very ,stn'ct���one1'might   iils>��  say 'irirrow��� ii'-t 1* to the siyp- ivb'i.-h 1+  is possible to make the cylinders <f the  liquid  fuel  inteintil  rcinbf-tion  engine.)  "So fur. th..* i'nter.i.'il cjmbii'tiori ,i_ii-1  glue  bus  been  ��!rt:>blo  yul\   forw'ifprf  craft  ' of    companifively   >rfi.'ill   power I  ���t,hat is to say. ati.vtbii'g ^hort of  l,(lrtt)  or.2,0>Kj ht_r-��e-power. whereas one wants  scores   of  tboiisiind*   ot, borse-po-ver   to  iuiprove ton    present    day    hatrleship*}  dnven iiy .steam.    Sorne'.of O'lr greatest  attthoritipi.  includi'.g  Sir Trevor  Daw-  irori,,_ the managing  director  of  Mwii'ii,  Vickers,   Sons' and   Maxim,   prophesied  yeVirs   ago   thit   ultimately   we   t-ho'uH  have  internal'combustion1 eagincd   bat  tlethips  and  Atlantic   liners,  but   even  at that period they laid far'more "tres'*  on  the coming  use of liquid  fuel .than  they did on the particular, manner of its  application.    . '  "There is another kind of internal  combustion engine, however, which presents no difficulty in'the" matter of u��ing  large cylinders. 'T -refer to the giant1  -stationary gas engine. In th'.s country  Messrs. Tbdrnycroft, among others, have  experimented for some year*-* ltwith gas  engir*e*sv for' water' craft and which  manufacture their own gas; while iu  Oermany the belief ia widely entertained that in a few years we shall have  no steam'driven battleships, bnf that the  Diesel oil engines, 'which ar** familiar  tlie world over in soanee'tion wilh electric light generating plant and so, forth,  will have entirely superseded water -vapor-power."       ' , *        ' (  The, need of emancipation from steam  and coal--particularly coal���is the prob  loin of getting'more powpr in the given  space and of-vbe-iog able to save labor  and time in* the matters ot coaliug and  stok'ing. The navies .of the world have  come very near to the limits of what  is practical as a business-proposition in  connection with the combination of  stnam and eoal, notesrrhe expert w,e,have  quoted so extensively already. The pro  portion of fuel that *;s needod in order  to get another knot out of a ves��el beyond 'her normal speed ia not by any  tneaiis1 in economie ratio to the fuel  consumption under 'ordin_,r'y running  conditions. That is, perhaps, largely a  question of hull design and that is' why  even those, marine motor engineers who  are working on the problem ot adapt  ing the internal combustion engine to  the uses of large seagoing vessels are  at the same time s-e'riously studying  radical departures iu the matter of hull  design.    '      ,  "We.have got very near the 00m  mercially practical limits of speed for  the cost of generating power 111 our  present designs of hulls; bur we havo  learnt already, for example, that a hy  drr.plnnc u��'ng a 2(1 horse power motor  can go as fast as a racing motor boat  fitted with a 2(H) horse power. Moreover, the hydroplane will ride the bet  ter .for havine more 1 crew aboard than  can be carried by the rival type of craft  in question. Tt is all a matter of designing to increaso speed by reducing  the resistance to the travel of the ves  sel. Sir John Thornycroft has been experimenting, for years on hydroplane",  and in his latest examples ha? got some  extrnor linary result? At present there  ���iro dis.idv <tntngp�� to this form of craft;  particularly for naval uses, ir.-thut the  ���bumniriess" of thorn doe* nor-grve. r.  "teadv gun pi ttforn. We sru. however  mcelv at till* beirmni'ig of inch develop-     ,        ,  ���ep'its.     Mi-utip'O  0* e   very   niter.'stn,.: j THE   jJAJOElTY   WON  tbs'ip has been l<-'iT,t mitnelv that al ] ,\ pbss.enn i;ame .11 to- ,1 -..alien*  tl-i'iieh such vessels mscir Pi hiro nt iy while s-lrolhin: iLrough tee _;>.e,Hos ,1  ' v. -T speeds, there i�� I It!* oi 1)0 c.i-i-.'i, ;,, ,,pi-���i for the ir-iuv, and, sloppinj  foi-:,pt'< ip.it'** g O'ubar'-'isini'.-t  ri I i'.c  I spoke  tn  bur).      Vtter  a  biiei   eo-,v.-M  11.1      in     I Oi.v ��� lltloll-il     tnpiS    th"    pits--,  1   1       11 i ���  " Whv  arc you In-"- '  ���' s;    ,|,iv    ..    dii-eience   of   opinion.'  ,*.i|'.*d   ibe   p.itte* t.      "1  '.ud    vH   ("Oi  ,.  *   . '    . 1  '     'i,    .,.->,1  1   ivos m.i  -and   tho  majority   won.1'  SWF  k^-i-rldi  TO  ���esxt��-rr is-***8' Aif  ourv  ���1_-^,J^f-^rT:*?"^'g<^"^^^  Hfj^gg^Sto_v^ii.'-S' ...I- *^rrf'>-*-ti-itiia-��jf^'jj^*J7?^  George H. Duffus of Robertson Si., Fort W'lliam/ a  C. P. R. fireman, says;."The water gau-je of my locomotive  burst and scalded the whole left side of my face terribly. !  had a box of Zam-Buk. in my pocket, which I was using for a  sore on my lip, and when Ihad recovered from the first shock  of the accident, I produced the balm andhad it applied freely  to the scalded parts, I was suffering acute agony, but within  a wonderfully short time Zam-Buk gave rne case. I was able  to continue my journey and upon reaching home. I obtained  more Zam-Buk and continued ,the treat nent. Zam-Buk acted  wonderfully well, and in a few days had the wound nicely  healing'. I don't know'anything so fine'as Zam-Buk-as a  heaier of burns, scalds, cut.s', and similar -Injuries, * which  workers are'so liable to,'an'd, in my opinion, a box; of Zam-  Buk should be kept handy in every worker's home."    ���  ^TfVJ��r��WV*-**-i  FREE SOX  *f-pi-f-.tM*��*f'oTi 01-  ho.- a 1 ^ *' nap t"  i'nTi ri.i* Co.. ��n 1  f-rj 1../J Iv.-t of  VCim"U it -Til! bj  ir.mlLii jaa.  '��    THE   B"rjXING   PASSION  14 4        ^ - . 1  DOlfUAJ-L .M\CDONAJ,D was a de-  votr-d    ciirler.    'lie   and    bis    eld  1 crony. Dqnall MncDougall, were  once opp���'sd to each other in a famous  mutch, and the last two stones,to (iiii-t  (be gamp were  thp  two or-nnies.  Donald MacDougall, with enormoiu  dciiberatiPii, throw bis stone. He'threes  it well. He made what is called a "pat  lid," and jumped for joy.    ,     -       ^  J hen it it was Dougali MaeDonald'i  turn. His 0.-1*-*? seemOd hopelees, , bu*  iuil. a sido'idiii tli-'-w aid he make tli a  the pat lid was knoc.lCed off, and his owi  stone lay at the side of the ice, wiiiriiiij  In his" joy the old fellow jumped sky  h'gh. He vame down so hard that lo  broke right through the ice. He sanV-.  but. bobbing up again, he *-houted iron  the cold water:     ��� '     0  u. "ill, lads, we've ,won, and if I dinni  Voiiiju out iy' here -alive lie 4uro ye pi  that stone orCniy grave.'' ,  ' NO EEHEABSAL  qutc-itif  utoni eoliths^   curej  coMs,   b��-��t^  Uio throat cud luai*.       -   ���   _       -Id c��tti��  or: with intelligence oij.lv for half ,i cen  tury or mi, 1111*! has now found .issue is  a pew '-so,-i-ilism of st i(.,ti.i>,''. cring  nat.ght for.llarjf or li-.t-.Mllt! l��it. ititouse  ly 1 ager to rcalijfc a condition <;f ���jniVet*  &al well l)fcing.' Preventive uiedicin��,  says Dr; Oiler, writing i> T\U\ A-ueri  can M.ig;i7.ir.e. was n blunduring art ira  til thirty or forty years ago, waen it  was made a scic'nee by the dis, ov cry, of  thp causes of many serious epidemics. It  is m co 11 licet ion wuh'the g-eat plagues *  that ni'u.'s redemption of ii.aii1 may ia  the future bo effected; at "pies-cut wo  have onlv tfini'lio i the fringe ofrthe sub  ject.    He goes ,��n:     ' v  -  "How   l,>lie  do' wV'iiiip euiiilo   what  even  a  gi'i.cr-itioii  has d(.ne'   Tho   mat  is  only just   dead   (B'oborr   Koch)   wh��  g-ave   to ln��   fellow   men   tbe   control   of,'  cliilleia.   lt.ii.l the .story, of y cll.j'.v  ti-'vet  in"JTnvaiiii, aud in Brazil if yon wish t��  get an i ha of the powers or" ixppiimea-  tal tneiliciiK : there is nothing to inateh ,  it in the hihtory of huniuii achievement.  Hofor-e '(111 lyes to dn'y'jho uncit striking  qTT��rii>ierit ever  made in  sanitation  w  in  progress.    The digging of  the lfanrt.  ma   f-anal  was  acknowledged   to   be' 1  rouo.-tio:i ol  ihe health, of  tlitr vvbrkers.'  For the ��onr centurie*) the  Isth'mus h*i$,  liven a white  uian's gr,a',e'.  and at  one  time durii.g ".hj>  Prencn couirid  nf  th-*'  c.-i.ial tbe .mortality roiichorl the appalling figures of .170 per thons-aud.     Bvt  under the most  favorable circumstancee  t  w'tis, evlia'.r iinarily high.     *Mniit,h  b;  icon;!. 1  ml   the report; which  fni-in'by  iii'*'  m ���������������]  ml"-  ��/^4  .f'l^-W >',,4' l|  11 >V  Af, ,r  1 i>- -  U  TTHA'I  jest  about the name of Oyste*    -,u. .^   Mil>.   ;���u.r(!9. inR ,un)rarl,  rt,adJ,  JL     hay  boii'g changed  to  Blue*-J-oin;   u      ,���. t_,|0       ,kl���lt ,lay.    of mo;(; tha,  is getting  old   nosv     But_ they- r.   ,^_n,,() ���,,', ,,... /au0ut 13 (100 of whor��  i'  toll'ng another story which jiivot." 01  the cataclysm whicn fuinislied tho bast  for the first. Col. Abo Hrubcr, who hai  the same fond affection for Col. Roose  s��lt that a cat bus for a bulldog, wa-  liscussirig tho 'recent election. "Col  Hoosoveh's defeat was riiinl." sard Col  Gruber.   "He'll never eomp buck."  'It makes mc think,'" sijul ho, "of  the day fiey buried old Tue Harrisoi  dowu  at  Amitvville.    The  funeral  pro  ssion was movijug along the street  when Uncle Abe Burse "tepped out of i  store.     Ue   hadn "t   hoard  the   news.  Sho,' said  Uncle Abe Burse, ' whi  they  bury in'  to-day f  " ' I'ore old T'te iTnrrison.' -"aid th.  storekeeper.  " 'Who.' said Uncle Abo Burse, 'Tit.  ITtirrison   ueyt    Is Tite doadf  " -Nmi  don't   thiiii.   we ro   rebet.rsu.*  with  In in, do yonf'  snapped the stort  j Keeper."  are wli.to), -ho il-.a*li rst'" per tljoirsani  fur tbo monfli of March 'w,.s Pfil, a  li.wor'.i.eri 1 nt.'.ire, I believe, than in any  city in the United Kingdom, and very  'linn li Inner than in any citvin lhe United S*at"s Ir has boon brought about io  great part by researches into the lifs  b sinrs of the pnr.t_.ifc which produces  malaria, and by the etTeitive measure*  taken for tt�� destruction, lien* agaix  is a ibaptcr in human achievement for  ss bii-h it vsimld be har.l to tied a parallel."  , Man's most deadly >eui>niy, thie great  t'anai'i ni physician eors on' to -ay, ii  ruberculo��is���one of thp srreat 111 fee  tiops nl the world, whoso ..irso it ha*  bei-n 'ine of the tr.nmphs of our gener-  atioii tn dotoi-'iiiiie. W'th iniprov-ed  -���iHitn'ion f|s mnrtnlity has been ro  dtici'fl - il(>,   1 4-,(t rtu,ro thin -10 per cent..  ��� Wf  im a  15*4} *  I     lv,i)  m  . ���". a 1  ���.'. 1  !     ."ir  ;   nit  4   t *  nut  ���t  li' g then, lice !'"-!' 'i*" lit'* slower s-H. i |  ��� oil. i,'ichi"(s ipf .* ���- s. >���".-.- hn *d.  '..sits. -iv'-,[,, ss at 'br f i-l"* sM.-o 1, r ��� ,. , t  'le pri v shunt- no "i '���'����� .' 'Us- "|  '���up  v.'i'iii'".  ib'.t   -o.'o-   w.rh  lf'K*   -"  111!    Li'is   a    lari;er   nu-ubor   of  penrdo   thin    any    other   di-o.iso ome  1'li.        11   (I��� a',  Hr.t.nr.   1   ii   Iridiml   ia  Jfllls      ,-,(1   tsO    ...    '.rrifloi   ..I...-        1'r.totl  I fiiliv- he*s>e. p   10   t-.d   11   rt f ."i 1 ��   or 'ill  (.l-i.it'-s   .-.. a,... tn it.     We  ->    '    'iir'p.T-  I      "   '    id''.';    propos;.-i inn    '-    1. .'0-..    ' hf  people.    Wo know  the dise.s.i   hex :t i��  1 . .1   1   ���    1     ll     s       r      s   si.,-1.,1 j.  bi    I'ti'e 1 -e'     -low    ut      '.  11.p*  I,,.  *-���(.���_-.  i'-i'i  n.iv  si..���ii.j  1 . s  id  1 his  iS!  ������si  '.r  ..f.  i  -is!  Ill*  , ee  In  lit  \\.  os  llspl   ,,   0  I  1,1   III  S4   I  I I -1 .'  s ,- ,,     '  11    I "SV  ��� in til  11 --.   !  FOUND OUICK CURE  AFTER EIGHT YFARS  I .rei      sn   lll'l  iv   \r     4 <*s.S,ll .     I  .    ,', '  I le"v  llll- 1. 1> 'l  s-   ���',    - I p  ss., _   lo   v.'ll'  ���i-     ,t     '.is,  '      1',    s ,,  tn    S'lS       -v t     .  llll  ui  th.  ��� bl. '  s, ,!,-  .HIT.'  pi I '  . I  h s.  ,I't. I-  I 1  - 1 ti-  111 with  i-e   1  '.' 1 Jt*   ���-"  t ..  I  I. ���            I    4  'II 'is.'     .*V  th'e. iiAxri uusur,::  * V 1 II  I*   '-      T    _f||*        s'      1      I",   I  s,   I   -, 1 II-       I 1      I      ,,'���   1  nlSt  I jf  '*���*  ��� f  I ll  ���c  'll  1;  ���J I  not  I  I ll I*  *l!       - -  ll    I-  o.,t li  SS   IM' I  1 I.  ' I'll,  its.  , I  ll,'  i'i'  . ���  p lli  f -* ll  L 1    S 'I-    'lllll   I 'l   n  ' *   ;  ' 1  JS        I     4    J   '   I    1  I    ���  '.,  t-l'V^---*  ;>  I III  11  is I     ,. I ,  I I.I 1 "11      I II  !   1 n '  1  11   '  11 "'.111; I  '    ' lie   V    .  I    . 1 '  III   ],.      ,      1.1 il  III     ll. II   II'    '  1 .-it.   -1 I.)  : 111 n in .   1.  I       I   t    I    11    1.   1 1   I     fl        S,        '     I     U    il     l'  l-le   1. is   n.,,,1   . , ,  1 ,11  pe.i-foci ion   aim   t iit.'i'  11  1   I-  t > 1  . 1 1 11   e  Mil  ll  nn   ii.ihi  1   11  .   I ,.1  j ns,   s\ ,  no   no   1- ) <-���   viirsu  t  ' 1   ' *  ni    1    i   1        '  I'll' I       . s      I ,  ,.,.',   I        lit  -II,      ,1 '  1  1     ss  ���1.1    e l-t   be I  I     1     III     ll  I s  ! ,    1'  1 11  ti.  ,     ills     !*  to ,  ���i'i ', d     .l.lil  , .....    j,,,, i (-,-1 n, n    ,: 11,1    i in.-1 i-.   is    ....    .. ���>...,>���'- - ,  "'  '!   !--'. ivi,i,..(.i,oirgh around  I bo. born to.allow pf lhe  wearer  ���"^���������i,' ft long step..'  _..,.  logiv'p the .-ipjH'.-iranco. of a' it.-irrow skirl land tit  tb-- same  "?���"   io   avoid   its   beine   too   .sea 111   -is   bv nil1 1111'ri ns   ,-i m   easy  pi",   *'!"'l- .In   trul.li,   (Iciuaiid.s   lalout.     Slra.glit. lini-s   tn-i-otir  \i\,   1.,:l"'.iti  groat   iiioasiiri*  a id:   rriiiim'P.u ���works   >v.111.let >.  ,,'"'" lf.' Hiillicli-nt  width  from   in.st   .*il.ovo  tlio,inkles, i-  niveti  '"���   !''K's  an*   b,���,.Md   In   be   -rood.     I;:   altering  a   last  years  *."   ,v;lli  an   all   too   svi-lp  .,|(irt   and   in   milking  a   new.   one  , ."'' "lls year's  utodelH Ibe  greatest   oar,-  iiiuat.  be  fX(-ri-'w.\  '''"*''' i' 'ion.narrow  jusl   lieb.w  th^hips;    A'skirt   made  ,^. ."!"�����   novel-   looks 'well   a.'.l   is   t.'oii.nil   to   ti.iitg , badly,  "'' >f the proportions are carefully worked out less material  .     .���,,*��� -,���M1,  ('.," -!i,-,-!!-.l   -.Kin   ci.uiaii --...'  .-i*_:.t-  |*i. -0  toilet  'A   s!":i"  ''''     f', ...,,,   ,,-,,,,,,   ,...ll��,loi,.!.  i,p,I   .'i.riJiists  of  sot.of   ���r...:..gri."    ���.���...���; ;���;���    ,,,,-,,���������.,.,,,���., JM easel  salts. s,,,p :ip'1 ,,",,|" 'V ,,.,.,.;;,,., liiioli'bnisb !,ol.!or,-a..d  pluitnerai'li   tr:a*nt',   I 1"^ <���'   '- ''' '     .     ' - -  ^"l;'",^'"1';-'    te.lin-- siis-or  !i*im.t,o,!.ir.-"iii��" ������'"^'   h(lll's ;l  iT",,'; ,.| -s,'-t   ���'<���tbe satno   a'.ate.ials.     The   liftoon   pieces  eomplf-ti*  I' H  1  ���" .       ,,.iri-..i-   .-"-'ib.   lile.   button   book,  '"''"���!"   <l";"',.,,,!"!*'"', ";,",  >,���",, ;,���svl,M-li,..,tlo, tooth brush  ��� ''n ''Twir's-ilv.-''"..-^!.".! ..Iiili'"'"--''. ���'''" ,,lis lis1 .fi-"^'i'i!"-'^  '���'���1''1'' ,-��� , row.'lci* sltMkei. Pin 1>". Iiai" receiver  1. ���   ..iisi'iin.   talcli'H    pi'441111 .....   -..,.  ,.,..,���     ..,..|���c  cnslroii.   laicii."   |'**** "*',,,;.;,".".";,"," t j, .s* instaueo of nil ,i vorlus  :AAAyAAAAAAAAA^v^u,^m,ii^:  ease of alligntor.  QOrO'S   Ts'TlN"'..-'   I'ILLS   TIVUMPII  WIIli-vE r*;r'f_  AND  PLAS  TEKS TAIL  ;sro o"   S'tei'--Til,   i  long "ii-rerei   from  B icK.u-r.c,  imi'iil  -.-.'"ii'i'it  loitef v\  0110   b'14;  oi   t"  v'-rp-t  C-.indim  Kid  iic;<  lleoody, I>i d l's K'llitov Pi'ls  I'iio    .11     k'   .- s  t   .     \' !.   -   -���  .   * ih  >, I  1      r     vlll'i   I _,     I ,   '   '''        S l    l's l I,,I,.  ,[1      ll,  ,     ti..),.     Ill   ���     I       ll.'l    S      SS   is     r,   .l,t       ,1  [, ,���,]        M        \ -        si��� , vs.in i.    .1    isell  ,   ,4. n    1 1'" 1" is   'i_-    ' 1  |r   li   1        111,   1 (  il,, ' 1 *s   K 1   - , I' ''     * n I  is  in .-    is vs el!  is   ,.s ���       I'i'  ss  is ,      1    -   l*t p  -.],     4,|, , v ,, \   , Xr.,, ,  .   ,.   s   ,, ! ,, ,  t ,   tb 1!    ,'l    'li    1- 1'   ������   ��� f   "i 101     1 it  , i-  \    .. |,       ^     \      ' ���   > 1 en'   1    _;' '   Si' lls  igo   I   I1.11;   mv   In  I.   '"nun   l'tti   _'       In  1  .1 il, s )     nl,     i-iie   1 -    i'i1     'I .stei s I  ri I ,v nt,- , ss 1 'o ' , !* b '! ni tsve ve irs  ins tieuhle li.nl d.seli.peil Hit" kindoy  disc iso.  "Mi biek vs is so sore I could not  li.*'t :uiy: weight, when .reading a Hodd's  Aliiianac, led -nie'to try Dodd's Kidney'  Pills, i.ofore tilt' first box was finished  mv-; backache was gone and I have  never boon  troubled  with  it  since."  Bolls and plasters may. give temporary relief in cases of Backache or  Ttbeutuatism, but tin* only way to cure  them is to go to tlie seat of the  trouble. Cure the Kidneys and the  Bacbacbe or Tfliciimntism will disap  pear. Dodd's Kidney I'ills never fail  to cure the Kidneys.  In"  nl.l   b.   b in ;i t  1  I ,  "1  il,  ell  ss' p b  * in  .in.  ���I'  li  Mil  'I     -b"   -  ���\    ll,    11 s|���  ,11,1  V ..   "  l"l-  -1 -i    ss 1  1  tlll��  1 f \s      *  stri  les   ssll  1  "Id 1 - ��� 1 1  t bi*    a oa 1 ��� ns   ,1*11*        ' *  ���is In   i,<- built    .a !  el   ' 1  t be    s.   oil P    .li    IT' t 'V  ���11- 1,  llll'.'-t I'-  deep  ft  l  I  V  Of    1  ll , I'  e    ,111     Oll-'I IV  ills  .1'  I   lift  Hit  Tbe eflicacy of Bickle's An.ti-Con-  siiinptivo -Syrup iii curing coi.glis and  colds and arrest ing iiitlatiiinatinii fit* the  ltii'irs. can bo estiiiilished by lu.iiidreds-  of testiiiiiiiialM iro*-i nil sorts and em;  ditions of, iuch. It- is n standard i-p-nedy  in tb-'se ailnifPts ;nid all nffi-ftio'.-s of  the throat and litngf. It-is-liiglily fcconi-  iiiciuled b'- medicine vendors, because  thev know ani' nnpreciate it's value as  a curative.    Try it. ,'  y\i.. w  ,17   th-.it  lOST.TJR'S   HOPE   TO',   ''iir1,   VTJTU15-"���  Jle EvoPLrs to  S"*  f.rt   I   I '.;*. Di-.i'  ui t'^o Way of Pipvonting as  Well as Cni-iui-j."Oise.is.o'  WTI.I.'IAM    OS'.!-:iJ    points   out  the   day-   is   coining ' svhen   sv.*  will   not    'iievfly  'cure   cori'ain   di-  ea'ses,   but.   will   prevent, practically  'till  disease,;    lie   roniide.ntly   predicts   th-'.'  we   .may    look    forward   lo    this   groat  achievement    which    ho   terms   ''Man's  Is'oileipplimi    of-   Man."     Tlie    tight-    tn  ���live   li.u 111:111   beings- from   physicnl   pai'  and   .siift'erii-c-.   be   tolls   us.   bog-jii;   witl  the ancient Greeks but it has been goiu:  i.ltr; ,  ���s-i-iv 1 i   i urr  * I,  t.   1.0  ,       . 11. s  . 111 ho'.f  *v 1.   It..u..hcs _r:t! 1.-1- 1^��"  ar.t luaii.  l'���-.l ihf worltl orrr for ��o yc-*r,.  ?ry f.��rliicT, moc'-inan, rxprr-i.*.  inmi, livery propfic-tor _:nt tu.r.c  04-nrr grnr'-lly ihoul.t tecp it  _lw_y..o-   liao.l.  }1 ��� l.otllc-6 for Ji. A<k you'  dr_!er for free cipy of our tieo*. "A  Trcmlse On The Horse"���or -��ttie u��  DR. B. J.. KENDALL CO. 5f>  Enosbiirfl FbIIk,     -     Vermont. A  i  si,.-. 4  ,s.A  '._  |7i"��< <,  :*!* ���  -' -- -.  .Lf'i.  h-    '  i          ,  i -  ���  ;(. *  ,  f-'c1  "���'  4     f  1              c  5 .* '  ���_  I  J,    -i ��� -  u\* * ������  1   *,.���'  '      '  ,JLV*,  _  ������'(  p ���-"���"������-  11'  JLI  it,  i? lblidlicd in the interest ol the people  of Moyie and E-isM-Tcolcnay.  p. J. __i_.IY.TJI.  J^JJJLISHIIU.  fine Ycan  iutb  of .suiisc-BirnoN .  ���/���-���-,.-     .'  ���. .   $2:00  FJ11DAY, AlAnCH 17. 1911  SAINT'PATRICK'S DAY  Tod a}' is, the;   seventeenth  pf March,* ''and   Irishmen   in  ,'evcrvpart'of  tlie   world  will  join in'   doing   honor   tp  the  ; memory     of  'Saint   Patrick.  .The harp  pf Tara< is  silent;  the kings before  whom   Saint  ; Patrick preached have , been  .forgotten-for ages;1 .the iu'de-.  ��� "pcudence pf,Ireland' is .only a  memory and' a hope���but the  work accomplished -by the  high ambition and noble ,pur-  ', pose of this   saint  endures  to  ���.glorify'-him.   , Saint ..Patrick  - ,-was' carried- to Ireland   a  cap-'  ' ' tive and put  to work 'attend-.  ���'nip;   swine���not ;mucli   of a  "'foundation   "upon * which   to  -build a career.'.   It;.was   only  his body that was  chained to  slavish  work,  though. (' His  �� CHIWOOKERS |  Cojiote.niau-KfViowO  A tombstone is notr snch a bad  IhiuK after all; it generally has a  food word for n  man  when  he s  *���"���*��� * J ���      i  dOW,a. , ,     "  A "Walla Walla young man  who stole eggs lias been charged  with petty, larceny. A little  earlier in the season and it would  have been grand larceny.  * ,i   i  _________       ,  Having drawn that dividend ,of  ip-l,050,000 from the Standard  Oil,  the prospects are  good  for John  D. Rockefeller'not ending his days  .' i  in the yooi house.  "Uncle Josh says it'sa^wise child  that-kuows its own mother in  Gh.-se ' days of divided skirts,  divided   attentions   and   divided  families."' __��� ��  ' ��'   ',   , Startling if True  ' It is said.that for every foot of  timber that has been cut in Canada by lnmbermen, atleast seven  feet have been destroyed by fire.*   .���- .  i.  METAL   MARKET.   ��� ���..  JSTbw Youis.-,l>ar silver, '53, cts.  Lead $1.50.       , , "   ' ���  'Londos���Lead ,*' -CIS- 2a fid      v  ^PRINCE RUPERT  FDSM  4S  ^edmonton  ���       -  '*     scr____>-s, j ��� -���*������-"���'��� **  AftiSP &fopst<L        /_^---**r^.J14LGAR^  "S.'K&\t&J "  **---t  "V*yyri--r*��V*"V'V  ' "P  '��  V-^i/bVtstiDIA .-- '- *A\   :���. _ ,__.,  ���;% PRINCE ALBERT[~  B&fTLEFORD !  .-3^ SASKATOON ,   "\  ���PLCIUE Ji4T_: _ ���.fe SW! FT. CURRBiT  -_^vi--i^k__._,,_X '_^-J^������"**>_       "i---"-. 'a       "   :  "-u'lninr-ci   ������       ' *-^cr^-_-__-_iii"-____ilt-*-\---_.-___---!  i  '  J3RAHD0N  *?*���������*,  \fSs.-M  WINNIPEG  --4)  -s'cj-AJBROOK   iere'&re hun  ot* more  han  we:eKS ago.  Tf yon have trouble in gettii-g  rid of your cold you may know  that you'are'not treating it properly. There is no,reason why a  cold should hang on , for weeks  and it will not if you take Chamberlain's Cougii Remedy. For  sale by all dealers.  Do you know that of all the  minor ailments colds are oby 'far*  the most dangerous? It ��� is not  the cold itself that you need .to  fear, but the serious' diseases  that it often leads to. 'IVIost of  these aro known as germ diseases.  Pneumonia,and consumption are  among, them.    , Why   not   take  *  ,       ,   v The progress of Kamloops is known throughout  the West', and, the increase  value  of  invest^   >;  -    ments.in the tov,n are fully appreciated.    The building of two railways^ iminense W' *x��Jo  be , ex-     }  '     ''pduded-by the dominion and Provincial goyernineiits, the, city,;\ailw^y,,conipanies   and private   mdi-;   ^  '    : viduils-will reach tlie enormous sums of over $2,000,000.   ., This^ieans ��ip_d< .growth- to' the. town, ^    ;  .-  and rapid growth in values], .The time to make'nionev is to buy before'" that-'growtli aud values  come.      ;  '    " Taking everything in*to consideration there is no better buy iii Kaniloops,,,thau ,' Beckmriii's , addition.'  ., "   To pro've our faith we are.puly selling every other'lot for the reason that; we  are '.convinced-   that _ our   ' -  '   '"'  reserve lots will be. worth from* half to! twice as much a year from now, "than they   are   at'" the   present,'"  ''    timeV  There is no such.a thing as luck iii buying real estate, and ordinaryjudgement will  show -any     .,-  ,       man'that^he must'necessarily i^ake Aioney ^ln'buying propertv:_m .Beclcman's  addition' at  this _ time.     (.  Onlv 12 blocks from'the highest'priced property in tpwn. ���  ; mind was free���and iii it  was  ��� developed the resolution 'that  ^overcame   the    prejudices,   of  ' ages," queiiclicd the  fires -that  .-had burned so'long   to  "Pag*111.-���_,, -���-���.,���  *��� .v.  r~-   -,-  .- 'i, , .   _.   : .    <,,.    _.������--i���  Cnamberhuii's      Cough   .Remedy-  gods, and kmdlecb in tne souib.j ftud curo-you,. cold.while you can?  *    of Irishmen il mew * faitlr, that 1 For bale by all dealers.     ,    *   '  \_  t ji-..*" ���     f i ���***��� ���������_-_-_-_-_-_-_���-----------i--------------------w-i  '  glows" , -with  ' undiminished  ' 'vio-or 'after-   fifteen  -hundred  ��� ^years.   ��� ___,__-____^_s_==.  f'The     wearing     pf,'   the  - cfreeu."   .  ,"      Bill   -Miner    c_vn   now ,be  classed with those   who  can't  i **        .... c  coiue back.  Lincoln occupied the  presidency 50 years ago aud it has  ��� ,-becu vacant   ever   since.���E:  V. Debs. ^   The time for   cleaning-up  -back yards is'at hand,   and it  is up to every good  citizen  to  get busy.  *;Agents -for-East' -Kootena  V** ''   ' F.-B. SIMPS03ST,  General Agent,  IUNBROOK,-,B; �����.���'.'  Box 279, Kamloops,' B.C. : -. - '/  "-V   ''..   A?  LIQUOR ACT, WW.,  ''*���'���   Section ' 49.;    \  W. r/'QURDj  NOTICE  Tenders will be receiv-ct! by the utider-  sicriiefl up lothe 22��d day of April, 1911,  al 5 P. I\I.   for" the   purchase   of  Block  27, Subdivision of IjOt   Xo.   541,   Group  one, New. Westminister District; situated  in lhe City of Vancouver, and beinif   the  site of the old Provincial  Court'   House  Each lender must be enclosed in a   reg-  ifstered letter and must be  addressed   to  the  undersigned,   and   plainly   marked  '"Tender for old Vancouver Court House  Site," and must be accompanied   by   an  accepted cheque for leu per cent of   the  first pav rnent of   the , purchase   money.  Payment for the   property '.will   be   accepted in instalments of  one-quarter   of  the purchase money.    The first'of such  instalments   to   be   paid   within   thirty  days after the acceptance of the 'tender,  And the other three annually   thereafter,  wilh interest at the rate   of   S  per   cent  per annum.    In the event'of the   person  whose tender is accepted failing to com-  '   whose tender is accepted failing to com-  A man can. no  more .make plete the firs>t i instalment within thirty  \ --life use   Of    wealth    Without l^>"HO*   *-��������*   "oticc   of ��� such  acceptance  fl. SaiC UbC    m     u-.-.m. | the sale to   him  will   be   cancelled'and  .reason than he can of a horse  .without a bridle.���Socrates'.  ��� The New York Press claims  .that there are only three  niagaj.ii.es in the United  ���States that are npt "susceptible to Wall street control."  his ten per cent deposit forfeited. The  cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned. The highest or any tender will not neces-wlily be accepted.  No commissions of any kind will be  ���lllowed.  WIM/1AM  R. ROSS,  Minister ot Lands.  Department of L-md-s,  1    Victoria,   ll.  C. .  March 7th, 1911.  The Civil War killed 205,-  ,070 Americans in four years;  consumption kills .SCO,000   in  ll  l-11"    what   is   consumption?-- Bakers' Journal.  the same length of  time,  ."war is hei  Land Act  CltANl.HOOIC LAND  DISTRICT,  niriTl.JCT OK KA.ST KOOTJ--N AY  Forming Hockey League  The  formation   of   a   Western  .Canada   Ice  Hue-key  I.eague  em  gracing     ��� Vancouver,       Victoria,!  (Civ1gai-y and  l-Cdmonton   aud  calling for the investment   ol'   half   a  million An buildings' and   plant   is  announced.       ' The      proposition  ciU-ii for artificial ice rinks in   t.he  two const  cities   and   natural   ici  rinks in tbe Alberta cities.     SSite--  have been 'secured  m   Vancouver  and  Victoria  and   soperate  companies   are    being . organized   in  each of the four cities  to  control  the rinks  there.     at  is  proposed  .to conduct the .new hockey lea gin  on the lines of, pvol'es.-jtonal  b..sV-  -ball and   the   best., pl.iycrs- available iv ill be secure.!.-  TAKlC NOTICE tliat ClarciK-e II.  Mi-Iji.ugall, occupation Mining Engi-  neei, acting as agent for the Con^oli-  latcrl Mining & Smelling Co., of  Canada, Ltd , intends to apply for permission to purehase . the following, described land:--  Conimericiug at a post planted at the  S. Vy". corner of lot 441.9, thence West  10 chains, thence. South, lo lot 4416,  'thence-North along the West boiiiidries  :-�� lots'4416, 441.5 and-.4049 . lo,' lot 4419,  thence West to.point of coiiiniencenieiit,  .md containing 20 acres, more or les's.  ,-Si,'i����*. .  CONSOLIDATED MIXING��� & SMKLT-  1NG CO.  By C. -II. McDOCGATvL, (Agent.)  Dated this 18th. day of February, 19.11.  ' Notice is hereby.given, that on  the 23rd day of "March next, 'application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial  Police for the transfer o�� the  licence for the sale of ' liquor by  retail in and upon the premises  known as the Kootenay Hotel,  situate at Moyie, British Columbia, from McTavish & Cameron, to  Alexander D. Cameron of British  Columbia.  Dated this 9 th day of February,  1911.  McTAVISH & CAMERON,  Holder ofLiceuce.'  ALEXANDER D. CAMERON,  Applicant for Transfer.  "When yon have rheumatism in  your foot or instep apply ' Chamberlain's Liniment and you will  get quick relief. It costs ��� but a.  quarter. Why suffet? For sale  by all dealers.  Moyie Hotel  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  This hotel is new aud v.ell finished.  The tables are supplied will, the  best the market affords. The bar  is filled with the best brands of  liquors and cigars.  Headquarters for  Commercial and Mining Men  Movie         B- c  ir o.o: f? .  (Tlldoy -Cotlgo >'o, 4-1.  Meets Tuesday eveninga   iir the  Miners'U nion  hall.      Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordiallyJnvited: ..  E. L. Hutt,     a   . F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand.'     <<     Scer'y.  ���TIIK-  ��ksaui.-sI>:r   jsitos.  i'"i>��*  Lurs-e   sample   room   in   connection  with house for commercial .-non. 13esi  Of af.coininodii.tion.  Hemlqunrters for   Commercial and Mining Men.  "QPBISNSAVB ijlVlOYlE  0, F. DESAUI_.N;U_R.  .IlF.AI.Ell    IS  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  i'Q,user.s' A*^e.      MOYIE  E. , HALL,  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  ,Office over Mr. Short's   ���  Wall:' * Paper   .   Store  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook  ���-SavetoarJIonef,'  (OfmTT-ence Hov/! ���  || We\>aut'eveT-7roTiebl4Tiow  tljat we are paying -*-  peraiiiibm crerjitef. mftilf  oa savings ijcposits^t-  h upwari)) surjjccUoWitK-  Srawal "br cheijue & ��������  �� onJ\rrie cieposito of ���  @ b\p mouilis & o\ret. -*���  �� Weinvcsl moncj* for clients ||  Q in(ii'slmc-rt0^C5&5oa  O general [fciaarial busmess.  fa wc wflril^ur savin-is acctit  l's & ifyou are not saving -**���  |?   sysTemalicilv* *--*-*  ^   GomTneuceNOWWiTliUS.  Dcpos'iTa tymail '^^^  -*-*���*��� caGivylianolet. ���  "Youcan, senJJ b/Draft,  Post Office ���*��� egress  Oclcr or Re^isfered^7^  Letter &���' wlthfirawab  M .c^h'tm^f*A^\*'.^  ^yeareRespoiisible m  ReferVA+** ���*��� * ���+  or To anyone iu-  VSNGOUVeRv  Write usaWJWay  Do itnow'!.'���!!!!���  '*_t. Kogeno LikIbo -So. 37  K, of P.  , I    ..j.-.v    .   .    Meets evs-ry Tbtirs'lay  '^C^^//c'0venin-8 in *-'c6r,=fe---''  hull at S r.'clock. Vis-  iting bre'-lrren ivelcomo  'O. A. Footi-3,  K  ,R.. ��&.   S  ���-iNAA^��^s*v^r^^v������*_��-��^���^^  '.4    '    >*~*��v '''       '    '' ' ''"'" '"' *'   '   ' ''"      "A '    : ' ' "      "      ',-.'_>''  " '*" "''/'The Wonderfull^"'" J  IT.* G. MAG-DONALD,  Chancellor Cora.  Selkirk    r.oiluo,   >*o.'Cq  a. i'. * a. .ir.   '  ��� Ltegula     meetings  on   tlie  first "Wednesday-     of     each  month.  Visiting brethren welcome.  D. A.. Ayres,  XV. IM,  ��� '   Amos Pottor, Secretary  Moyie   Miners'   Union  'No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in Miners' .Union Hall every Saturday evening- Sojourn,  ing members are cordially invited  to attend. (,  5 ; Joe   McLaren       4     James Roberts  President. Secretary  . Ur. Ehrlich's Specific: pr "COfi'V-s'the oiily specific  ever discov-red locure. hloo'd poison quickly nnd successfully. ,\Ve have secured this remarkable sperijic  "606,"    which has been fully tested and proved to be a  'POSITIVE curd for the   terrifying   specific   blood disease.     "605" is now in use in our laljoratory. ' Remem-  'ber,   "600"   has cured thousands   of   men'   in   I-iurope;c  most of them v.erc cured after first treatment.    *\\*e  unexperienced medical doctors and know how to diagnose  \our ease, usiny Von Dungern's" Blood Test.  ���Write for information.'  Special treatment'for'all other diseases o�� men:  Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins, Hydrocele, Blood  and Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Kidney,* Bladder and  Rectal Disorders, etc., and Contracted Ailments.  Best -Anatomical Museum hi tlie North-west.  Dr.  Kelley's   Museum,     i  210 Howard St SPOKANE, Wash %  ^>Sl���v���v^���������^��^l'Vv���vWA^  STOl' AT TJIE  DR. F. E. MIELS  Dentist,  Cranbrool--- -���*������������ G-  George H Thompson,  "DAiirusTr.R,    Solicitor  Notary rcui.ic, kc  CRANBROOK,       BKiTi-.HCoi.uMmA  Tj^ll^  WJfEiV l.NT  CRANBROOK  k. ir. M.iiAi.r,, niniini:<-r.  Good roorriH, gonil  t.iblca nnd  lmr  and first i-lass hiunplo rooins.  entlemen  If you want aiiylhinK **-*-ie  line of i-'ritliiuo or men's   fu**-  W. R- BEATTY .'������',  Emtiftlnier and Undertnker,  Phone 9. "'"CRANBROOK  Harvey,     McCarter   &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook., -   -    B. C.  BiiwJ[piJft.Lm  oVaj\co\iver B.G.-^  r T  M��:Vltlie,C.E.,V  I.. S.    U.   V. Piirkcr, l!  K  jilcVITTIE & PARKER  Pbovinciai. Land Surveying  KAH-WAV   &   MINING    ENG1NEKKING.  Estimates Furnished.  offices:  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  \\ro  Are Agents   for  T.I1E'P1TNEH LIGHTING CO.,  '..���'  of Chicago, and havo a  comiilete    stock    of.   .  ,    Gasoline    Chandeliers,  Arc    Lamps,  Mantles, etc.  The   cheapesf:   anil' best  light on  the maiket. ���  J.  H. RINGROSE  Sole agents for Southern I'. C.  P.O. Box, 1113.*.. NELSON  ui-s.hiiiL's, tiy  Co A.  THE TAILOR  We carry in stock the .goods  to ���''.make,*' an- ��� '-iip4'o-datc   suit,  made in town,' or, we: can get'  you-a   special- ordered' ' slV,.  made to your measure.      .^',e  'havereadv-to-wear Campbell s  clothing",'the   best  made   and-  fittinc: clothino* in Canada.   -  ,'-'i      "^ ��� , .  Chamberlain's CougU Remedy  Cu'cs Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  erchant Tailc'f.  ���a"c   Cliol-Prn fl'''1  '.C&as-ifesrfat.**-"'**! ni-iTWa Kc��*��\y-  Neve  Z__i_.��-.----._�� ���-���   nsai-riioci-.   **-"-.irjv  -r fails-   13i.yit.ubw.   II umy i-uc    _.


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