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The Moyie Leader Mar 14, 1908

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 ���^'^3-y. -^   T it?.' ^.V    ''.l^-ii  ;   *,�����.-.-'',       '   '       *'"i-    ,-."���������    -    7,"    0    ���vf'-if --_:s   * ir ,-'��-.--7- ---'>  4 , '      ' ,JH^,^   ,'   J      .     *. <   "        A | '- ��� iii  ',000,005  ,000,008  .000,000  ED  ^JPKOJMO, NO 49.,v.  "' j!^^^^^^^^.*^m**"*****',m"****'''m'*1i'''m'  Vr-***ft  1  *-��l"-*f-  alltmed *���(  haterer tj  ���*  IPAS, iq S2J  IADQI. ARTERS  T    .'    ^ ��� e, -  -UVENIRS  ���WILSON, Jeweler  ORANBROOK.      - -  rTE.*.n-.crf.;s,   Ceri^r.     ���  OUR GLASSES DO   II?  W. fi. W.'LSON, Optician  CI* AM K<,OK.  a*rr^J?%*1*tiV>l'���-���^��^.-*S^��*^;    i^^:?^_Sfe*^i^l?^l��-_t^.^^>.*��S-!*fflte '-V.   (l 1 a��-_^ ._  tm&m^mmm ^p^3gm^,mf?j0fS&&...,/editorial ,isjotes  rHaye just received a nice line oC^-i-v     <    S$f   . w'  .S"   i.,  */     .J , J   ,'(-.?;       '     ,      ,> , ���     <      s  . Am   --     '-''V  ** y    t *���   ** * s?        ���L 5* ' /Villi It  i LINOLEUM, and  OIL'CTlOTJTS.'I --# - "*?  &2 A   V hy\ m  n  ��0R LINOLEUM, and.OIL CLOTHS.  yJery'rone.of them! excellent Tjpatternsrio-"������'> a:  'fcJ&IF with earpet,!iquares arid-neatly^ def'../* *  Ji^^jd'-rues/,   Gall ^fllldJ insrifipt,   nir..n,w',',    >  t ��*V -t 1,  _e   baokbone   of    wiater. 'im  -ken.      '.     '  '.   ���       ''    ;     ','',  Erin=Qo=Braugh. 'I  /. *  think,people are wh6< agree with  i . - y ��� -* ��� .^ *        * ���   - - -r-  j x y    J   j   . i      -^   \       (S.      ,-   ' i*     i   ���* v  Althopgh lent has, just rbegun.'  All  njjtionalitiea  will  bo  Itish  dyr'ekv'the  ���Sfc. "Wtrick'-iii'Dcty.    This    day  ^f_  _____ lias.*-, ���_.��_! _   tJSii  I��u'c>It "queei:-  how 'flmarfc'-iye! t"d^%'th,e %^n ucxF Tuesd��y  Local assays  Jta   Roid    Jefc    ye&tetd.iy    fur  Vancouyer. -i -\  Wtn. ��� Smith   has- gone . to Lia '  lZt ,] -��� -..a���-"J. sum        Uiljf   I ,,��u.      "mini        iii  has neVfer been allowed to go im-  ranch in Alberta,  noticed in,^JoyieV 'and -'for  this       Angus   McNeill  year a'-bitrcep C.imr.   t.lmi, o,-,������   i.������    r'..   i.tJ ^... _   -  year a^bigger time than ever Las  been planned. * At Morley hall "in  plana''and spedficatidna-fSr^he Z �����>���.��- ' **" iD  -s ���'. - ? *��� , ���?��.*UVL��. t?8 ��veting "the one act play,  ivaster bonnet arn nlrAnrlxr ,Tr.   *���..   nAu'iri i-t'   ,  *     ���"  Easter bonnet are already up for  consideration.  '^    "     '--'"-,       r  '.,1-1. /  tained no values.- He is'the most  wortbleas- proposition the niine-  ownera' of' Colorado* and^rdaho  "' "fj.*7* i   '��� ,.   '   ���"  ,4* , it i,-v, ,  .  ever took a bond on." ���~,  ';Old Homestead," will bo put on.  In t^ia-R; McCIure, better known  to the/'prbfesh" as "Rocky Moun-  ^.^a ?ic,k>" -will be  tliej loading  j man. JrHe\wYll be  supported by  j Harry: Orchard is ready for' the  slag:pile. "-T^en:.^^^^.\f^\A^;^^  supported b  tained no values.- JleisAhlm^t -M��*7^Iai,. the;*IiU,h  Swede,  Tryia. Moore,' .Mrs.'. Nofct, Miss  Nellie Kaggarty,^ DAve Robinson  ana��'Tho_> NeIsonv Jlrsf, Patre-  qmn is down on the  program "for  ever took a bond on; ,-, ^     ��� . fc- quin'isdown on the program "for  .--A*;^'���,'**������ ^^���t^t-^-''- ���--' '��� a,'89ns?, andnthere;- will probably  fTSmm* Goldman anil"other emTn-' ^ 8ome*i0-fH% wLpyill: help out  ent;an��rehista deny - all '-'.(low- ^-?b'^entertaiament. ' Aften' the  ^i>wi''��.ji^i,i>';!., , " <-> ���* ahpw'there-will-'be a* dance anrf  ledge ���of(i4thepoor;fool1fLazarus iup^A^Jj  jeageor tne^poor.rfoohlEazarus '8un^ '"^'?  -   ��� ':,. t.     ' "u  Averbuch/wKo:ti-iedJtor"!a3safl3in- j^ptfil-^ ^^,'_r J K .1" ' -  /v.,V;^*^>.-.-V "J^^ "-"L?!5^1^ -,%^lowing.is,the committee.in  ate^tUe^Obicago chief of * Dolice.  charee: Br^niinnfst- i-hiu-  ^p   ate^the j .Chicago s chief of * police.  IlI.s e^er thus. vWhen one .anar-,  flhil... nsi-^i��|..    'i.~..l.l    -Ul'   It,       ,'.-'  charged H^Dimock.i'Mike* vTorny  i-rtV   e     ^J     JJ"-.+K I,       Jf      'f ��.     ��.   "^  ->", "if -  Bill  !> ,   ^Ci *.<.*-  l-.l ���  jtfrHi'' s-,   n  a^toniereameryirBtttfe^  I ^.    ^,       u...    j vi .      I..      ^- ��      A...       4 ���f, ..rtJJ    .^-��,^.. .s        ^,..  'V JI     I   .  IS.    ,���s���-,v   j   ^.    .       J*^\        . t-^ISAV ^     -."^  .       ws.   .i ^.V\S      .   *   .Vul-lv-     ^,  elect'Vfinancial', secretary-.' ^There  and daugiiter of .'chat" dear Ju-aJ''^^^v^^^i^^)^t��v/<,'th^  ;. *C--*-. --'-^-   -    #"*����������� .t-f^.to-get a^pluralityjof the.votes  wno more.popular;aaint  in-the' ^v< tuL^^^uA,"'^ I..    ^^g  mbent,  secre-  %ich[the 17th. office land;"is -'not? ^^'r^ajlot; iirbeing takoa^ori  duly^oi-edlia;^.^^^^ tt^^'Pgk ^<P^  'Vs'iA,.W,'v",~'i-:��-fV'"'r'--';'- -"-, "  ^'.ir-*".^ IH���*^jr__       -      ^ - -svf    1.  ��3>���������������H,  L,  S-^        -^'-^-r,-.'   ^     - -s    ^      >    A.s^      _ fi      / j.*        .-,   r<; ,  r-    ,? . .'I i'        -   --  ( ,- "   r, *u    '    ...   . ^ �� *. '  s>i   - ,"���':-"-        v  .'�����-"1 ..,      '-     '.. nr*er_ ' xrarfeftv  'n'A'.f'"   ,        -    ** "    -...    -��   v  lOffice-r-NELSON,' BJ-O;? '��  ^S^P^Moad&y,evening in , acfdi-  tipn^to being interesting had-the'  sympathy,- of numbers. The ladies  speaking "on the ~afSrnfative  so;  > and Nelson.  Co ' -  Sish and,Door Factory, Mbosejaw  d   The  3St the  d with]  Cigars,  i SALE���Three   room'.house   and  lot."  rhalfdou^n:    This is a' sua p> See   - \   "  Price  Kill  DOMJM.1.U 5jg!l  4 ?tB"  ���E.;-'-;iJ.;TSi  raxu.e-;;RealHEstate, Colleotioris;.;.'.  ^ 'f <-V*i  lis."1  evening luterfered.to^quibe ran extent with the Spider, .Web:social"  at the fPresbyterian church'but  those who did attend had^bushles  were* Misses Sanson, ^aff^^d^'Z^1^^^^ m'9'  'Anderson   and   Mrs.'   Patrequin, f"*?     ��?*,L S aDd ^U-'  while Mrs.-.Moore^ supported  the 1^"^ ,^t6' B3S?Ji    aQd<  negative side. .iWvote, stood, 35 f-. McDougal won booby prizes. I -,  fbr^ailowing the'franchise to-wo- ^ ^5^"     "nfir ; A^^     T  "'      ' V "  Adair, and Mr. McCree told some Repait-ing ot men's and child-  humorous stories." The ladies ren's clothes, plain sewing, mend-  served     sandw'ichef,^    cake   and  inS~snd darning. ' Ladies'  house  has   returned  from his' trip east  Andy Johnston   returned  from  Spokane Monday.  Scein  Consortia   'running  tho  barber fchopin the Central hotel..  Soveral lynx have been killed J  in"the   vicinity *of   Moyie   this  'winter. <, '  * 4 ,  ' ^-*rfy i -pJJ'd came over' from  Eureka, Mont,;;the first of the  week.  Mrs. &oyd has so far recovered  as to be able to be''brought home'  from the. hospital.    .   ,  ,    , ,   i   -  --Fourteen^ candidates were given  the first- degree ht- the  K. of "P.  lodge Thursday'night. *���    t r ' j ^  l tJ. fA;;Haryey/K, "o., 'of Cranbrook,- was  on"   Monday's*  east-,  .bound- train -returning' from "the  coast.  ;;Mi3s Maud'Bolen,'who^ for' some  time-held a position in ,the Moyie  postoffice.'i'is now in'PhoenixI -"'  Just^ to remind you, the Ladies  Aid of'the Methodist church -.will  hold an "Icecream Social" on or  about^April^tObh.   "      "        "^,  Ed Bergland.'cleik-in R. Camp-  .bell's store, came-''home .Thursday  from..Spokane,1'-where    he    was  ., "--..H." Stewart/ Renerar'saperih-  tendent of ��tbeftConsolidatedi Min-  iag, and i. Smeltibg"' ,Corapany/is  expected backrfrom thTTeast with'  his bride some time next*week.' "  �� 4  I-,     X       > |���  <_-'/        V. (  -  ' 4 , . ,.   I  '\'J6e Gonpiins^aqw organiz jr?for;  ^e40fCd?^sPf "Owls.; HS ,was";ia  s^^^^hj^week: fop^the;, purpose  of starting.W neat* of'tliat order.%  x Me thodLsfc'.church, . tomorrow  evening at 7:30. The .Rev: Wm.  Boultd'n will, deliver his "popular  lecture entitled: "Chatteibox."  Everyone should be there.  Sfc.      Andrew's  church." .Divine    service  at  7:30.  * GROCERIES '  THAT, ARE UP TO THE  MARK  are the kind we have forsile.  The stock con*-ists of tlie best  goods. ' A Brm hand   is   kept  ���upon the pi ice*. c What we  sell you tliid week is as goo'l  as what we s .Id lagt week,  and cexfc week'-iqn ihtie-s will  ,be the sa*u,a 'if no5 better.'  Hjr/are ii fd.v ^ici iltte-,;     .,  Labrador hen-ing '  Fj-e-h Aca'dia cod   '     -  . Armour's boiled ham, sliced, ',  ^Armour's jugss pork  'Qlj'eerinedjggs for cooking     -  , Cranberries,     --,._*  '��� Malta'-Vita'' ,'     ' -: -  ���*-Poiiiter.Oysters, selected,  111  r2 lb  ' 10ds. per ib  bo.\e-j, So  (t> ' ���  30, cts per lb ,  'IS cts per Jb  25 cts-per ,do-��,'  ,  - '  ,  15 cts per ])).  " 2 --p'ackagcs 2o cts"  ��� ,  >���' 1,1b tins 20 013*,  tr1- *. -���������    ri     ! *-'f ���       �����'���   -     -4     "    *2 lb tins 45 cts  Victoria Cross and'Daisy red\saimon,.20 cts 'per'lb-'  Ma'cEaehern, & Macdonald  *  I  J   Tr!  ^       C  (���Br v-<i  -   IT ��� il  Fjv ^ i   til  -J' \'/il  Big Silver1 Sli.'inier.f:  The largest shipment of silver  bullion^ever made in the,history  of-Canadian mining left the plant  of 'the^Con.-olidated.'Mining and'  Smelting company ab Trail on the  9Ji. en rout' to" Ohim,. "The silver  consisted, of    HO,570 70    ozs','   'or  p.METAL   MARKET^ A^  ?, /,     tj    _:'.��. '   .,     ."  jYbw(Yon k���Bar'silvft, "5^' cts'  Lead, $1.75.    Copper, f_i   ct1-.-'-  London���Lead, ��13, 17s.JBi."      .  J'   4   GENERAL.FLOAT        |  nearlyfflve ^tons," valued {86,000rj3,W***W*^?*****to����*  Tb'was consigned to the Chartered I '1_The dusfc is ^in2 on the street*  bank "of lad ia;, Australia, and I ?f Spokane.- '-/ . ,t *' i t  China at-Honz.Kong.' - ,: ���[  U    4 .   . ftSJ  -, Sullivan, in^ Bad *Shapev./^*.  s   J  '4-    -,  4.  Real_ estate is at a, sfcaLdbUII iu." i ^ ���* *  Winnipeg.    - ' .   ^ .'"���r'  ���^   r   ,    fJL^��� ������ t    ^ , r - t- 4'  ,The Outlet hotel at Peostor'U^.',   "    '-v  being enlarged.'  ,V      '{'    ". < C.s '^ v^'^'r]  ' -   i *    f-.?-v sl3|  i        -fi :���  ,;l^heresare(����j?aidJto 'be v'biiu'd  pigs" in-Prince Rupert.  The aiTiu-s afc theJ SiVuivaA 'mil e  are'said to be-jii^bad^shapo.^.'T. e  men have not been paid their*Ust  mouth's wage-i, "and the liibilities  of the  comp-uiy' are said'to  be"/*   .The  i>re1s��ytery   of   Kootenay'  very, large.    The    directors    will   wiU h-oId te��*ll session in Firuie. '  have  a   meeting  at    Spokane  on       T '   ���       - "  thelSfcb, when it is believed  mat-   ,  Ia^AeIso��  there are 'a    dozen.  Presbvf-P,-i���n|,fcerSwi,lbe'satisfuetoiiiy   adje,st-   flin,J,Ies     iu    .destitute     circum-   '  i lesoyteunn   e��j.    Sulliv" -������'- *'- ^ ������ /sfcan*-ea  mennand 21 against. The subject  for next JMonday is: r Resolved  that the pen is mightier than the  sword.  .   Aldridge Was Here.  UOVrWD        roiTirvrn        t-r/snm. 4 * I*  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL  ,,, _      ..,-., r t J-A* Devvar has   tendered   his  *i JT Ald.rldSe>ma,uaf;ev of resignation as manager of the  the Consolidated Mining and 'Porto Rico Lumber company) and  Smelting Co., was  over to  Moyie J.- A.. Johnsfcnn ,r,f  w.--,-,,,-^ u-���  coffee *  Porto Rico   Lumber Co.  1 The best" of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  and Commodious Sample Roowo. Billinrd Eooma.  MoTAVItSH & CAMERON Proprietors.  ������-"���   . >  Smelting Co., was over to Moyie  .this week looking over the Sfc.  Eugene. 4 He and E. O. Kamm  were also down to Uosmer for a  day or two.  ���~ - s.  Slides Delay Trains.  Landslides caused by the wet  ,weather are reported on the Crow  both east and west of Moyie.  Passenger trains in consequence  have been delayed almost daily  (   Card of Thanks.  J.-A..Johnston-of Winnipeg has  'bsen appointed, his successor.  The" head office of the company is  now in Moyie, and this may be  made the permanent headquarters. The mill here has a big season's cut; ahead, of ifc.  rob3 and waists made.; Charges  moderate .Mrs. James Ferguson,  Lake Shore,"]  Bruce, MuLellan is  back   from  P. E. I.,  where he spent several  an stock is now quoted [  afc 11 cents a share.    ' ''  Scalded tlie "Chink."  ���V dog race fur -100 miles is to  take place uu the Yeikuu. Tu*.  purse is- $2,30 0,  '1  Al  -t  Trail smelter is just blow ing -iu  its fourth copper furnace���the  largest iu Canada.  While a work train was doing  some shunting at Aldridge Monday night, the   boarding  car   was  bumped into so hard that the  hot I      *. , .,     ,���    ~ '  water  'tank    was    upset    and    a L   Afc the ^ranby  mines   the-fuH  - . .     -   Chinaman    was     scalded     quite'f-���,08  M   b-Tg wolkLtI'   btiuS *  months.   'His cousin, Heath  D���r-  badly.    When  the  train  reached   httle over ������ ���en "     ���  ant, came with him.          .        -      MMoyie, Dr. Coffin was  called and       A shipment"^"-   i    x  rr  '  FOR  RENT    Nicely   furnished Ulieved the   "ChinkV   sufferings   E^U^     } tl        ^ -^  room suxtable^for two.    Apply tolas much as possible. $.J0 ia gold per ton  Mrs. Allen Ford    fl  .if  r  ���' >  11  ii'  Was Big Funeral.  "SH^S^'oJ 'Qur Leaders:  ���yU|gfcATER SHOES,  STANFIELD'S  '    '-^fliWDERWEAR-  20th CENTURY  The funeral of Patrick  O'Brien,   four  Mr. and Mrs. Slater werr here  from Vancouver this week aud  were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.  E A. Hill. Mrs. Slater is a sister  of Mr. Hill.  From The Aurora.  W. J. Peltham, who has   charge'  of   the    work    on    the    Aurora,  brought a splendid   specimen of  FOR  RENT���Nicely   furnished ore from the property to the Lea-  front   room suitable  for  two or ,der o{l[ce this   week.    The A uroia ' ��~ the Koote,)ian'   is  now  living  Harry    Orchard'   has    pleaded/  guilty,  aud    he   will  receive   hi/"  sentence  from   Judge   Wood    ou  March ISth.  l   ,S-  . 1'J  -41  l  Dave King,  formerly  publisher  persons.    Room     jjtovided  who was killed in the mine here a  with stove.    Over postofflcft  *"-JP/^f-Se these new lines before purchasing elsewhere  \Af-     ���       -E��o   a�� jriljuJui,  >rr. B. O'Brien wishes through  the Leader to thank tho members  of the Moyie Minora' union and  the other friends for their kindness during his leceut bereavo-  ment.  week ago, was-hold iuo Cranbrook  last Sunday, and about 150 attended from Moyie. Iutermenfc  was in tbe Catholic cemetery.  The pall bearers were Angus McMillan, Hugh McDonald, J. W.  Stewart, J. Erford, P. Head and  W. J. Sullivan.  "^ , "Sii^S Reading  ladies- and men's furnisher.  ' _ *��� 'Mmiu-mij. 11 m ���'-11 n.. ,.,��� ^,__   rg*-JJ"iSL.HJ.!l|.i|i inyj    .1.  ������,   m,���  Yi__~_-- ���ra-r 4-oj-wj��^ii_L_ai_j^_i. ai . .    mi  SJitpBrial Bank of Canada.  V. A.  Joe Baker Married.  Daly fs Improving.  " ..'* ^Capital Authorized-  - �����      j*'  ^.���s* Capital paid up   -$10,000,000.  -���4,830,000.  ���-4,830.000.  Joe Baker, who at one time  ran  a bat ber shop in Moyie, was   mar-  ried in Victoria on March   5th   to I AA^ir ���� *���\n��.��   ��f 8*vioZ  AI���. Lucy SpoerL   Th.y will  re-  j^foFV ^^  ^^  <<iri��inS(aat.M-> Daly, of"imirf came  over   to  see  Jack Dalj-, who was blasted last  week when O'Brien was killed, is  getting along very well in the  hospital at Cranbrook, One eye  has been removed, but there'  seems to be some hope   of saving  side in Seattle.  __   *-r  *��� ,.*,���".*'���. h-iist    .��,.- ���*    ��� t  "v^^!    'r- I      Savings bank  department.      ,  ��    sSl j  r^.Iutor93t allowed on deposits from  date   of   deposits   and  j^rtftJttod .quarterly.  ���'mimBOOK BRANCH.  Catching On.  t. *  -lY-rti?  T* V*     ��� *-.'  J. F, Mf PINKHAM- Manager.  A recent arrival from the east  came into the Leader office yesterday and spoke thus: "I am  catching on to the western language all light���a coyote is a  species of wolf, and a cayuse is a  i j species of horse," said he, '-but  �� what in h��� kind of a beast is a  *'chinook:*"' i  him as soon as he learned of the  accident  T.   T. MoVilllc. C.T., V. L S. II. Y. I'arVcr, C.  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Land Sdbvkyino  railway & mining e svg ink eking  Estimates Furnished.  OPFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 23.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11,  Johu Mclver camo over from  Pnoenix: this week, Mr. Molver  was in Moyie and worked at the  St. Eugene some six or seven  years ago.  LOST���Afc the masquerade ball  a good overcoat. Color, blue.  The coat loft in its place is at  Foote's tailor shop, where tho  exchauge can be made.  Great preparation is baiug  made for the annual Knights of  Pythias ball which will be held  on the evening of Mouday, Waith  30th Tickets will be ou sale ne.vt  wet k.    ' j  Al. Murphy dropped  into   town '  yesteiday unexpectedly  after an  absence of several   3-eare.    Al  has  been   making     his home     lately  around Elko and Tobbacco plain?.  1'huuiuKtic Pulns KoIle*\tel.  B.    F.    Crocker,   Esq, now   Si  years  of    age,    aud   for    twenty j  ypars  Justice    of   tho    Pe-ace  at!  Martinsburg, Iowa,   says:    ''I am'  terribly afflicted with sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and   right  hip.    I have used three bortles of  Chamberlain's.'P-iiu   Bilm and  it  did me  lots j of good."    For    bide  bp Tho Moyie }?rug  * Scationery  0 impany. ' '  is looking well.  Goods   .runt   In.  A nice assortment of men's  boots to hand. Come iu and inspect them. Pi ices riglit;. Second Hand Stoie.  in Seattle and has developed   into  a writer of juveuile books.  The iusurance rates of tho Independent Older of Foiosters ar��i  to be raised in June. The new-  rate will effect all of the 'JfJO.OOO  members of the order.  For making  quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,  hot breads, cake and pastry, there is no substitute for,  CREAM  fflo&ium���g$a Ume Phosphate  The poisonous nature   of   alum  Is so well known Osaf  the  sale of condiments containing if is proliib-  ttsa by lew.  a"*- **v    ���  4^<J?l  nj&r   11  i. i^?i  t!L   *"-    T**_ SrKfa THE LEADER. MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  > .  ll".  *.  /  t"  C  J,  ,'  .*  4 '  * r  ,  i  %'  .,'r  -  AIKENSIDEI  ���  ���  ���  BY MARY J. I10LHES  Author of "Dora. Deane," "The English Orphans;  .'   "Lena Rivtrs," ''The Rector of St. Mark's/'  "Tempest and Sunshine," Etc  tiigrrine  wlfich  proilipted me "to Jilt  your Uncle Joseph when a richer man  than he offered himself to me "  T*i.*it   was   all   she   said���all     that  iMHdy ever knew of her history, aa it  ��> , was   never  referred   to  again,   except  1    that evening, when Agnes said to her,  ��� (pleadingly   "Neither Guy. nor Jessie,  ' nor invnne  need know   what  I have  told you."  "They shall not," was Maddy's re-  ���  t  O  ���  THE STRONGEST GUARANTEE of  quality is in the association of names.  The name Leach Chemical Co , is inseparable from that of  VIRGIN OIL OF PINE  which ii put up for dispensing through  druggists only in X ol vmis, each  vial secuiely sealed in a round wooden case. Woithle-ss unitat ons have  been 'offered   to   the   public,   but   al-  5  n.  9&99m9��99G&99999tMG*iS*0*Q+&4**'2+9+t��+*+<��+&+9]*  (Continued.)  I >*>.  .44.   *f .  , li#ii," :  j. ii ^*,  ^���u'  .f-v*-.-.,,.  ���iifV!"  ���j" M"   f  'f<^h  [ ij J in  r^;-r *-  �����">..  5*4 -iisc i'f--  * sffti >*��..>,' i,  '' fef -^f       ' '   t  -,6lr'*S'l        *       'i  CHAPTER XXI.  r Maddy  never  knew 'how  she lived  through those bnpht. autumnal days,  ��� .-when the gorgeous beautv of decaying  (   nature  seemed   so  cruelly    to    mock  lier  antruish.     As   long   as  Guy   was  -there,   breathing   the   same   air   with  ' herself,   she   kept   up.   vaguely   conscious of a shadowy hope that something would  happen   without,her  in-  RlrumeiHality,  something to ease the  v,��-ii��ht   pressing   ��o   hard   upon   her,  but when she heard that he had really  gone,  that a  line  had   been   received  fro**- hint  after lie  ��n�� on  board  the  '   Ftenmer,   all   hope   died   out   of    her  '    heart.  At Inst there came to her thr^e let-  Wf-  <v-f>'frr.m Lucy, one from the doc  tor. and one from Guv himself. Lucy's  she operieei first, reading of the sweet  f   girl's  great  happiness,,in  seeing  her  ri-T-iiniT  hoy  nermii,   of  her sorrow   to  find him so thin and pale, and changed  in nil  save  his "extreme  kindness  to her, his careful study of her wants,  v and evident anxiety to' please her in  ever**'"respect.   On , this   Lucy ' dwelt  until Maddy's heart seemed to leap up  ��� and almost turn over in its casing, so |  fiercely  it  throbbed   and  ached  with  anguish. , c  ���The doctor's next was /opened,'' and  ,   Maddy read  with blinding tears that  which   for  a   moment   increased   her  -pain  anei^sent  to her  bleeding heart  an 'added"pang of disappointment, or  ���a  sense   of" wronn *done   to!* her,-, she  1   could   not  tell   which. ^ Dr.   Holbrook  wm to be married the same day with  so far as Agnes was concerned, was a  sealed  page to both.   With  this bond  of   confidence   bit ween   them,' Agnes  felt  herself  strangely   drawn   toward  Madsly,   while,   if   it   were   .possible,  I something of  her olden love  was  re  I newed   for   the,,  helpless     rnun     who  'clung to her  now   instead of Maddy,  refusing   to  let   her  go;   neither  had  Agnes  any  disposition  to  leave   him.  She should  stay  to  the  lai-t,  so she  said;   and   she   did,   taking   Maddy's  place,   and   by   her   faithfulness  and  care' winning   golden   laurels , in   the  opinion of the neigh bors= who marvel-  X! ���n*?l ^J*.��� HW��*%   Uncle SpSs^^e^trlbSgti  all to her friendship for Maddy. just  j cerneTT f iie~s%-i,- fnan. poor Uncle J6-  j senh. who wa<- sleeping when she  came, and so did not hear her voice  as,in the tidv kitchen she talked to  Maddv, appearing extremely agitated,  and flashing her eyes rapidly from  one "���*-* of the rosm to another, rest.  ?iy/L_a_- ^f���.1!!" m�����!"l.!ihe..^S!.* !waJ*s under an assumed name through   "* "   'which the imitator hides his identity  and   endeavors   to   evade   responsibility for the deception.  Virgin Oil of fine compound pure  will break up ai cold in ,24 hours and  cure any cough that is curable. ( The  name on (ne wrapper is your 'guarantee  TOILET ARTICLES.  That Beauty Requires to Make. HeraeM  More Fascinating.  What toilet articles���aide .o beauty-  shall-a woman keep on her dressing  table? No bureau Is complete without  an eyebrow, brush, for no feature Is  more conspicuous than due brows and  none more repays care. let a dressing table' on which Is a soft brush for  tills especial purpose Is the exception.  The bristles of such a brush should be  long and soft , {  Another desirable article Is a very  small pair of curved scissors. These  ln good steel are to be bought from 75  BASEBALL  IN  AUSTRALIA.  r c'trij   n-iGMir a 1    r-n    ��*-***ts to $1.25.   Such scissors are most  -L*C/lU/7    UnE/niLs/lJL   IsU.,   necessary to clip the cuticle about tlie  CINCINNATI, OHIO.  Properties, uses and,directions with  every vial  he   wall   and   now   upon   the  gourd  swimming      in       the      water      pail  standing   in   the   old-fashioned   sink,  with     the     wooden     spout, , directly  over    the    pile    of    stories   covering  the     dram, i    These     'things     were  familiar   to   the -proud   woman;   she  hrtft ��e��on  (her**  before,  and  the sight  fif'them  now  brought fo her a most  remnrspft"]  rp^rot  for  the past, while  herjhenrt ached cruel!v as she wished  she bad n<->"r-��- crossed that threshold,  or-crossing it had nevpr brought ruin  fo or." of its inmates. Agnes was not'  the same woman whom we first knew.  All hope of the doctor had long since  bpen   riven   nn.   and   a3  Jessie grew  old"r fVip mod1"*  nnt.Trf. .vie stronger  within h**r. s"bd"ing her selfishness,  and making her far more gentle and  considerate^ for  others  thnn   she  had  her*'*,  ^".'nri   fo  Mflri^y  she  was ex-  reedinplv' 1-itd    and   n*��v*��r   more   so  in  ir-nnner than  now. whpn  they sat  totrefher   talkintr   in   the   humble   kit*  'en**" nt the pottage. ,*'   '  ,   .''Yon irns-V tirt>fi and sick," she said,  "You cares hayp  b"<*n too' mnch  for  one *-">* .-"* sfro"   I will sit bv Ifim  till he n-o'-ns   nndlvou go to bed."  Ven piadlv Mnddv^accepted.the of"  fere'd relief. apH "(terlv^worn out with  hpr ..".TT^tnnti vigils1.' she ,was ' soon  sleepine' soundlv in her own room,  while Flora, in the little shed, or ba^k  ro"-���* -i- *"���- "louse, was busy with  he    "      "  as   they   attributed   his   calling '   her  g0,���>.  ������  a craz.v  freak.  She did  resemble   Sarah   Morris   a   very "little,  thev said;  and  ni Maddy's  presence  they sometimes wondered where Sarahr  was,  rpr>s��atinir strange,, things  which  thev had  Jieard   of   her;   but  Mdady  kept the secret from everyone, so that  even Jessie never suspected why her  nir.*'--*-  stayed   day  after  day  at  the  cottage;   wntchintr, ami < wailing 'until  the last dav of Joseph's life.  ��� She  was  alone' with   him  then,  so  that Maddy nevpr knew what passed  between them. 8ue had left them to-^  gether ,for   an   hour',' ,while   she   did  some errands:__nnd  when  she return-'  erf   Agnes  mpf   h'��r 'at  the  door." and  \Vith   a   blanched   cheek  ' whispered*  "He  is  dead;  h����  died   in   my  arms, J  blpssinrr  vou   nnd   me;   do   you -"hear,  blessinu  me!  Surely  my  sin   is  now-  forgiven" ���-���   ��� " ' "���  (To be Continued.)  m  n<-  fff.-n'-l   ���*  rliivf>  r7��a**-sj   *.'J     -r  hjKffc." '-  X\ --S    ���''  . #f.  Lit���   and to Lucv's sister,'Margaret. I bpr ironine   Thus  there  ^as  none ^to  "Maggie, lIr call   her,"   he   wrote,    follow Aeno .as she .went slowlv into  ' ' ' the sick-room where <��� Uncle Joseph  liiv "this (������"���ri face uplurned to -the  li-rv,* arid,his lins occasionally mov-  '"- ���"�� ������>" m"dprpd in hi�� sleep'There  was a str*>ntrp contrast'between that  wasfpd "imbecile and *, that "proud,'  q-Tofs.si.7 ..-f\���.-I 'but. �����*��*���' covild remember a t.'��"p when in her childish  estimniion he was the embodiment .of  every manly beautv,' and the lcnowl-  edce that* he loved her, his sister's  little 'hired girl, filled her with pride  and , vanity. ( A great change had  com- t(V them  both since those days,  is  THE  SHIPS "OF'TYRE- *,  Intoxicated With His Work .-  Not long ago I asked a. young man  how he'w^ib1 getting along, and he said:  "J am just, intoxicated with worjf.  I cannot get enough of it. I just  ache every morning ^to get���to my task  and 1-leave it with the &iirne, regret  at'night that a born artisf 'ays down  his brush when'the twilight cuts him  I off." Thoie ,is no need of anxiety  ) about the future of a voting man who  faces his vork in this rtjuiit.���0. S.  Marde.i, in Success Magazine.  ' '    <   i !-s    '  - Tt, is An Officer of the Law of  Health.���When cnlie<l9iii- to attend a  d"sturbance it searches out the' hid-,  ing place of pain, and like a guardian' of peace, lays hands' upon it, and  says "1 anest you." Resistance is  useless, as lhe law of health/imposes  a- ^sentence ot perpetual banishment  on pain,s and. Dr.'Thomas' Eclectric  Oil waki, organized to enforce that sentence,  ft    - j ,.   , ' - ^   ,      ,.  Cricketers Take Up American National  Game, in Winter.  Baseball  has made rapid strides In  Australia.    Unlike America and  England, tbe game Is playeej during < the  winter -noiaths, which 'correspond with  our- summer season.    Several bf'AlheJ  prominent i Australian'i cricketers, have  taken up the sport, some because, they-  have grown -fond,of It mid others because^ it keeps them "Iri condition during the winter and Is not us dangerous '  as football. wbJch is the popular win-,'  ter pastime.    -' '   -*���   * , ~   "  Since the visit of the Spalding tenm.s  ln  the eighties   tbe game  has ' made ,  steady , progress.,, and    the ' prejudice  wlilc-li   then   existed   bus   been   over-  ��� ^ .   ,,      _������,��.   ����� *i ��� I come.   jA number of teams have been  be used to promote the growth of the       ,j ��� '",���*,   ,__,.���     r-s,.��� ,.,����� ���t.> Dft^.T./.�����/!    orguiilzcd   in   the suburbs  of Sydney  nnd Melbourne.' nnd a series of "games  A.Frank Statemt,p^g  Pc-ru-na u the Best At,;...    l"*i .  ??��&  Rat AUd^  World.  RECOMMEND   pfW'   '&&  M..I..MI ~ �����  I .        2?*&'St*i  nails when it is rough and may also  with  a  wide   silver-1 back.    ?.nra? for J*?^���-?*0-.'championships  t  width,  is-required In a-  ^ho te'*,��sj P'j?*���� afeevewteeminning  > ��� , tTOnin     n��*HK     ��tsun.     aVMM��u<     .����.�����    **���-��-* j._*   r\       ���*-��*��^.  'because that name, is so much like  my first love, Maddy,  who tit-ought I  r   was too old to be her husband, and so  made me  verv   wretched   for  a  time.  ������until T met and'knew Margaret Ather-  '' 'stone. T have told her of you. Maddy;  'I would not many her without; and  she   seems   willing   to   take  me  as   I  1 am.  W��* "-r-ifili  come home with  Guy,  who   is the mere wreck of what he was  ���\ when I last saw him. He has told me,  Maddy,* all   about  it,   and   though   I  ,%. "doubly resnect you now, I cannot say  "link you did quite right. Bet-  \ mi iVf   ���   ','  ifi  '  f): /,   .if  ff      fi  'i-flf/jlV'.  - ��-^>^-    t'j'.  ��,*M "l^isji'    V  that I , __ ..._  ���   *'" fter that one should suffer than two, ' an��  -\enes, wnto'img him and smoth  i -and Lucy's is n nature which will for-    finp back the pain which arose,to'her  -get���far sooner  than yours or 'Guy's,    hpsat sisrht'of him���,felt that Jor,, the  I pity you all "  This almost killed Maddy; she did  -"not love'the doctor, bvut the knowledge  that hie was to" marry another added'  , to her misery, while what he said of  her  decision   was <;the  climax   of  the  whole. Had her sacrifice been for no  1 ,thing?1 Would  ^ehe had not i  anguish   unspeak  fearful lrchf nee, in him she was an-  swerable' Tntpllrctual. talented, admired and sought "-by all he, had been  once; he was a mere wreck jiow, and  Vgr.es'^ bre-.tli fnme-in short, quick  (rasps, as glancing furtively, around to  see that no'one was near, she laid'her  1 it have beerii better if \ hand upon his foreheiid, and parting  sent-Guy awav* It- was | lJis **}}!}, h,a*��", sa.id. pityingly :"Podru  peakable   to- believe   so, i Joseph   . f. ' '       -   <\        Vr- ;. _ '  .\,.A   'i.    t  v'fi"-'r*�� '.  (���*' J'.tI'ii ����� a '  "pi**      ./r  i'ii  .-y*  The touch awo'-e him, and starting  nr> he stared,wildly at her. while some  imemory   of   the   past   seemed   to     be  rStnigpling  through   the  misty ^clouds,  obscunng his mental  virion  "Who' are you,  lady*    Who,    i>ith  eyes and hair like Jiers?"'  "I'm the [madam' from Arkenside,"  Aenps   b'aid.   quite   loudly,   as   Flora  passed the door. ,Then  when she wa��  into her lap a small carte de visite', a I gone she added, softly- "I'm Sarah-  perfect likeness of Guv, who sent it,    Sara" Agnes jMorns."'  an^ (>*p shadowv woods never echoed  to so bitter a 'cry of pain as that with  wl-if*' she 'laid her head en the  p*-'-"-"-"'4 and for a brief moment wished tbof she mieht dre. God prtiei His J  child then, .and for the next half hour  eh" hnrdly knew uhnt she sufirfred.  There was Guv's letter yet to read,  and with a listless indifference she  on���-' ,it,  starting,as  there dropped  pis. ��'  1 * .        u  r. mi  ������� '.-c,;l-"-  it .��  ;  ,I*1S*r' ������-.  S'-,',f>Vji-^''J,s.  MM  he  said,   because   he   wished   her   to  have   so  much   of   himself., It  would  make him happier to know she could  sometimes. look   at  him,   just   as   he  ' T-id bh7p upon her dear' picture after it was a sin  to Iovp the original.  And this was1 all the direct reference  he made to the nast, except where he  i-poke of Lucy, telling how happy Bhe  vrn=    nr.fi  Via.u  if   an,thing could   reconcile  him   to   his   fate,  it  was   the  t-nrm ins how pure and good and loving was the wife he was getting. Then  he wrote of tli<-> doctor and  Marparet,  whom be dpscribed n= a dashing, bril-  liant mrl. the veriest tease and mad-  r-o-s  io iv,o  ,,.r,.-|(-|i  (lri(j  the eiact opposite of Maddy.  This letter   so calm, so cheerful in  -- jitE tone, ba-i"a quieting effect on Maddy, who read it twice, and then plac-  in��- if   in  her  bosom,  started, for  the  cottage,   meeting   on   the    way     with  Flora,   who   was   seeking   for  her   in  great  alaim    Uncle  Joseph   had   had  n  fit ��>he  said,  and   fallen   upon   the  floor;    cutting    his    forehead     badly  against,the sharp  point of the stove.  Hurrying on. Maddy found that what  f" ��� had hind whs true, and sent  immediately for the physician, who  -"���     "*   oupo    but  shook   his     head  eW.ffT.ll,. as bn e-.Bmine<- [.,-p patient_  (hfre were all the symptoms of a  fever, he said, bidrlinc Maddv pre-  p-irr* for the worst. Nothing in the  inrm- of fm���ble could particularlv  nlTect Maddy now. and pprhaps it  vu wts-.1v ordered that Uncle Joseph s illness should take lier  *_,"!'��� t" <rn��� >*f>rsolf From the very  Jirst ho refuspd to take his medicines  7iT rT1vnnP "v*- her or Jessie, who,  with her rnotbPr's permission, htayed  ni^thnr ���t m.��� rnttw. nnd who. as  r-i.- * sister, was a great comfort to  M'lddv  As the fever inr-rensed. and Uncle  Joseph crew more and more delirious,  .uyrios for -sir,,,, were heart-rending,  rn-ikirig   Tess1P   Wf-ep   bitterly   as   she  Paid   fo   Virlrly.  t'jT' T l^ whore this Rarah was  J fl go miles on foot to find her and  I,.-.-.- i,or (o h;rn ���  Something like this Jessie snid to  , -"������'"��� when slie w-Pnt for a day  to   .likens-rle.   na^ns   her   in   conclu-  F''.'t- \   '" "'"���"''-, ^nrnh would go.  Fcrhnpc,' nnf1 Ap.np, brushed nb-  Flrnpf,.rHv l.Pr |onG. flowing hair  winding it around her jeweled fingers  and then lettinc the soft curls fall  across her ��noivv  arms.  'Where do vou snnnosp she is*1*''  wis T���oeip., no���t n,lp^ion.  but  -j  As.  nes knew "lir. f^iri not jinswer except  by remindmcr i,pr i;��tle daughter that  K  "is  pist  hor  hpfKime.  The npxt morninc Aeries' eyes were  very red. ��.s if R|,e had been* wakeful  thp en(;*-��� njrriv while her white face  full- warranted the headache she'prc-  fePFed to have. .'���:���-'   '".-  "Jessie," she said, aa theyesat. together at their breakfast,. "T. am going to Pr.��^nin to-dav, going to see  M->','��*T. and shall leave vou, here."  ��� Jessie demurred a little at first but  finally yielded, wondering what had  r-rnmnted this visit to the cottage.  Kn/.ri^. --.,--,,���.,..���,, s0_ too> as jrom .^ne  wnnrlow she saw Apnes instead of  Jessie alighting from the carriage, and  was conscious of, a thrill of gratifica-  ���*inn (bat .A"nes phould have come to  pe   her- -But.   Asnas'   hnsineas   fnn-  It seemed for a moment to burst  upon him in its full reality, and to  her dying day Agnes would1 never  fortret the look upon his face, the  smile of perfect happiness breaking  through the rain of tears, the love, the  tenH-rness mingled with distrust,  which that look betokened as he continued gazing at her. but said to her  not a word. Again her hand rested on  his forehead, nnd taking it now in  Ms he held it to the light, laughing  insanely at its soft whiteness; then  touching the costly diamonds which  flnshed upon him the rainbow hues,  he said- "Where's that little ring E  !}'--���������-���  for you?"  J5he had anticipated this, and took  from her poccket a plain gold ring,  kept until that day where no one  could find it. and holding it up to  him, said- "Here it is. Do you re-  mernber it**"  "Yes, yes," nnd his lips began to  quivpr wit1* a1- grieved, injured ex-  presoinn. "He could rrive you diamonds arid 1 couldn't. That's "why vou  left me. wasn't it, Sarah���why vou  wrote that letter which made by head  into two? It's ached so ever since, and  IV    .ussed   :ou   so   much,     Sarah'  They put me in a cell where crazj  pennle were���oh ' so many���and "thi-y  said that I was mad, when I was only  wanting you. I'm not mad now, aili  I. darling?"  TT"- arm ni- around her neck, and  he drew her down until his lips touched hers And Ames suffered it. She  could not return the kiss, but sh^  did not turn away from him, and she  let him caress her hair, and wind it  round his fingers, whispering "This  is like Sarah's--you're Sarah, are you  not?"  "Yes, I am Sarah," she would an-  i��wer. while the smile so painful to  fsee would neain break over his face  as he told how much he had missed  her, and askeel if she had not come  to _stay  till  he d.od.  "Thpre's something wrong," ,he  said; "somebody dead, and seems as  if somebody else wanted to die���as if  Maddy died ever since the Lord Governor wpjit away Do you know Governor Guy?"  "I"am his ste'-<nother." Agnes replied, whereupon Uncle Joseph laughed so-long and lond that Maddy  awoke, and, ala ned by the noise,  came down to see what was the matter  Agnes did not hear her, and as she  reached the dooiway, she started at  the strange position of the parties���  Ur-*'- Tr,<���-.r-li ��,'ill smoothing the  curls whif-h drooned over him, an<3  Agnes sayine to him- "You heard hia  na"if4 ii is Remirrrton, did you not���  James Remington?"  Like a sudden revelation it came  ii*-.-,- Maddy, nnd ' she turned to  leave, when Agnes,-lifting her head,  called her to cpme in. Slip did so,  and standing at; the. opposite side of  the bed, she said, questioningly:  "Y*r are Sarah Morris?" . '" ,,  For a moment the eyelids quivered,  then the heck arched proudly, as if it  were'a thing of which she was not  ashamed, and Agnes answered: "Yes,  I was Sarah Agnes Morris; once for  three months your grandmother's  hired girl, and afterward adopted by  a  lady who gave rrie what education.  I JiassouB    tOSfpfs/--  -"l��V.��liut   luut-o   ��/.r  Types of These Vessels Still In Use In  ��� ii    the  Far East. ,"      '  ' Away back/even when Solomon wac'  king tn' Israel, the ships ^f,-Tyre.";  manned by brave Phoenician sailors,  went through . the prehistoric "canal  where the Suez channel' Js now and  navigated from China clear around to  England j , ��� ,* '���" , <��� ' ' L' s< ' -7  -- Their ships ,tvere the models for  Greece nnd Rome arid later for .Venice/  the Spaniards' aud the 'Portuguese.'  Only .the nugllshman ' improved, on  shipbuilding.,iand from him all modem models have dated. ,' ''  n In the old Trye models the waist of  the ship was low. so' the^ oars could  get good pljyi-oii the surface, of the'  ocean, and the sterns wen* lofty, so as  to give room for,stowing cargoes aud  to pro.ide dry quarters,, for the 'upper f  mariners. '                        n       j  As wind power came Into., use the  waist grew higher aud the^poop'deel.  disappeared. Step-by. step from galley  to'caravel, from caravel to fiigate. the,  British-shipwrights improved tou the  shlps\of Tyre.   '        .   4 I - -���> *  But In the, far' east the! models have,  remained much the same, and1 the ship  maliers of'Persia and India have'.stuck  to,the'6ldfTyrIan?m'odels (to the present-day.,, ,. . ''���'���>���.,' .*���- ." .',-;','", '  Today .their high square1 sterns recall the-shlps of Columbus.. The mariners still have to get out of sight- of,  land and steer by stars and the feel of  the wind on cloudy nights. Theyvsail  around Trinidad and carry pifgrims to  Mecca.      ,  These vessels, on which the queen of  Sheba might have traveled to visit  Solomon, are used by native Hindoos,  Arabs and by the peoples of, Indo-  China.  On board the captain, his men, the  cargoes,?pIlgrlms and sheep, asses and  other live'stock live in _ a, proximity  that would stir an American's stomach  to    immediate     rebellion.  'That's a beautiful    rug.    May    I  ask^ how much it cost 'you?.".- , i  ,   "Three iiundrea 'dollars' worth1' of  ,fvirn"ture to match it/'���The ,Hebrew  Standard. -��    ,- ,���     ' <    <~^ ,"      x,    '   '  WEAK;;PALE AND"j.;.  WOI<N OUT WOMEN  ST. 4'^     '        r��.     �� V* *-   - I  >���    .      v    Can Be Saved from a life of Misery  r "by Dr. .Williams' Rink Pills. ' "  Women aie called the' "weaker'sex,"  and yet-'nature'calls *,up6h' them   to  bear far nioie. pain- than- men! , With  too many1 womenv_it is one   long martyrdom ,from the time they/ore*, budding   into"   womanhood  untir age-begins   to     set f, its mark'  upon, '-tliem.'  They are no  sooner^ over one   period  of pain and 'distress-  than    another  looms up only -a ''few days, .ahead* ,of  them.     No wonder &o, many,1'women  become worn out',and/old7 looking before, ���'heir time,   .-'-    "i '  -<     ,  In   these .times ?of , triaf Dr',' Wil-  hauis,''.- Bihk.   Pills    are worth  therr*  weight in'gold to ,women.."They .'"nc-'  tually make ue\v,'nch blood; and' on  the^ richness,' and regularity . of ..'lhe  blood's the.  health'*of everj- girl-and  every,vwoman depends:' ,           .-" ^   -'  "- Mrs. .Urbane'-C.:'Webber. ; Welfand,  Ont., ,is��on(i",'6f'.the many'women'.who  OAve  present health' aii'd   stiength- to  Dr.'^ Williams' pink Pills: 'Mrs.'-Web-f  her r says :���"About  three" yen rs J ago  whi'e.-living^in'-Hamilton, my',health  began   to Adnchne.-s The-first*'symptom's were lieadaches ' ��� an'd   '"general  weakness. , After a time ' the trouble'  increased so rapidly ' that Ll was unable   ,to    attend ��� to   my    household  duties.'   I lost flesh,, looked bloodless  jand had frequent faintmer. fits.  I was  constantly      doctoring,'   butv without  any benefit, nnd J  began to'feel that  my condition was hopeless.   One day  a friend aske.il me why I did hot try  Dr. Williams' Pink    Pills    and mentioned , sevei nl cases   in' which    *he  eyelashes. The latter are, stimulated  and made better looking in many cases  if they are given the merest clipping  every two or three months. This should  ]be done with the lightest and finest  curved variety of scissors. ,  A chamois burnisher with which to  polish the nails varies la price ,from'  15 cents' to $2 and $3, according,to the  size, but one about four Inches long  and narrow Is quite as" big as any one  requires. A polisher like this, .'backedl  with wood, is far more serviceable and  .will -make the nails look betterTtban ,n  small one  Length, not  buffer. ,      ' '.  An atomizer always gives pleasure.)  when being used. In the^ bottle may  be put either a toilet wafer or a special'  astringent to be put on after washing  the face. The fine spray sent out.bye  the atomizer when the rubber bulb isr',  squeezed will go over revery part "of/-  fhe surface toward which it Is dlfecte<l:  and at the same,time take much'legs,  of the liquid'than when, applied'witht  a cloth. -     ���      >",     5"   ���'*.'    f'/''*"y,  Comparatively / few''' girls', have,- bath  brushes, but no one artlclcpf toilet wl!l{  do more, toward glvingfsoft.'skln."'The  best brushes are.English and cost from  $1 to $2.00,[tbose,with detachable'haii-J  dies being,the'best'��� Cheaper,varieties  niay^be ..purchased/, but,, do [not * last  dong/' t        .   ,���-.,.' ft ,<; sJ^i  , *"J-'Vi'i  - Of small fancy boxes;'porcelain.'811^,'  ver or merely silver topped, no glri'can*  have too many. They 'decorate^a. d^es8-|,  ing table, and'their use Is'Without end.*'.  'One ,wJH\h'old'.'powder,-another.*cold,  cream, a third lip" salve,'and so oh In  definitely.'t "<"':V - -r  .\-Ct  - "S  <  Is played annually-, The championship  la decided by.a series of,three games,"  alternately In Sydney,)iHd .Melbourne.  The first of these, Interstato,series Wad-  in 1002 and has been won each year by  New South .Wales.   ���'     J/',r -  ^''V  Thev fielding on tlie,, players', is , iinl-'  formiy, good.^but ,the batting-Us poor,'  The nntlpodeans have pot as yet mastered th'e; American baseball ,bat anil  full   plttjlied   ball,; but -they  are "fast;  overcomlug-'thls defect/and in a recent  game with fho jscoroofvU" to' 0. ���:Xo  encouragyitbe sriort'Admlral' Slr(-nar*;  ry-Rawsonj governor of New South  \Vnles-" donated^ silver cu^'.to be com-'"  peteds,for-rai,a' champloQ.shlp "trophy"  betweeu1' the-~ two\ states.���nW YorlT  pTInies.4*-i  T-VQt*^,  ", /?* * f    iW^i^a        v*J*s,   T   �� IC 1  i  %TRUE- FRIENDSHIPS  .nialnlng7!'n\ljfferent i;to" sweet-iharnib^-  "nle8^whI1e''equally|'few..8howo^,'nctlvor.  dislike; :,h Tfie;\ great ^majority,, .-were,  ,soothcd.\lnsplrlted^br~"excltedt|byTmuslc.  '' Mostof ,then ^orseshllke' the ,Vir- chars"*  4gers( one. may'suppose thcm^tojlio.^cn-'  ;joyea,tbcyugle^al��yevany^other-InsJ^  f mem and neighed ^aJlantly'wheb iFvyns*  souiided. "but tboTOugblJreds^nnd,'colts'.  ,ge'nerall>;. wereX'r(5Vind^"to"i prcrerl'fliel  ,'shrllli; trcbltv of ^be^flfe.^vhlchVroVsed^  ^tberri* to grwit aVd^sometlmes/uninan--'  'agbnblO'\entbuslasm.^rrTblss,wris"*^he  more'- significant^ bwduBe^the 'fl fe fwns  an''unfaiailldr Instrument to*th(emVnot  being gcDelTiIlruscd. ns Is'the "bugle In'  n,��''i.su���^kfc_--..: j-- "nA:.i,��i: - ^i-^i >.  ���i'-F'^^lv^MfLEMAROIS.  %' MR," jbilrtE-MABO/Sp ls7l) On-,  6trtfet,-'*M'optretilr, Canad.1. v?nt��,  ^T'^After^UikinBnn'ne bottles of pj  na>Ij'find.,,that/i;am cur.-ei.      ^  *"' '/I' still. ,take ^iA occ.ii-ioria!Iy.,  ine.-it is^ihe ,best" rnediaiKi' in ,  u.rls.rli-1 ,      -4.-"lV     f*..      Jsr*-  JfJoriU.'^^.^^r__, ^-'^^.1 v, e t  ^VIIhave$rccommflnded it to a u  ���berjof,., persons,'' V *-   < ���  .IfeMr^ J. -.0. Hei-vus , PeUelWtl "fel  fJe-=-r llAgr'cuHurV, OttavrA,' UdIi *  JJ^Jiif:V��'*''''*>; .'.^s- . , ,   !  ..VT^Tho.-P^runa 'ifli parUcularly-W  .pious^in  thef curerfOf^caUiirhal -d  tions of tho lungs and bronchikh  .-"She bottlea 'cured 'me' triis -*������.;.  bronchitis, ^'l1. arn fcomplete1; n-ss  andKI-owe-thanka JtbUbe I'eruni j  '.%",f..lmver,recommended this  to^ajlarge\nun>bor';of ��� my fne...  .'fiictedtwith^the same trouble, anti  Tlujve' verified,irny--gpqd opinion olrj  v'aIunble"r��nr,��idy.,:JiV\  m  A Metaphor With a History.  To "know a hawk from a hernshaw"  Is a metaphor with a curious history.  It Is a comparison drawn from falconry. "Ilernshaw" is a corruption of  "heronshaw," or young heron, a bird  which was a common prey of the falcons. To know a hawk from a hernshaw is therefore to be able to distinguish the falcon from its prey. 'A further colloquial corruption crept into  the phrase, "to know.a hawk from a  handsaw," a form used by Ilamlet In  one place. Possibly the.dlstlnction between a hawk and a hernshaw was  found not to be strong enough for the  purposes of the proverh��� .Manchester,  Guardian. _          tionecK sevei m cases m which *Mie  knew .-pf the great benefit --that'Tiad  foMowed their use. After some urging I ��� decided to try1 the pills, and  had only-used' them a "few weeks  when I began to feel benefitted,-and  from that time on the improvement  was steady, and by the time I had  used about a dozen boxes of the pills  I was again enjoying the blessing ~bf  good health. 1 cannot too str'ongly  urge 'other d scouraged sufferers to  give. Dr. Williams' ' Pink Pills a ffiir,  trial." , '     ;--  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will cure  all troubles due ,to ^-poor-. ."watefv  blood, such as anaemia, .general weak-*  ness, indigestion. neuralgia/^-skin  troubles, rheumatism, the\ after, effects' of la grippe, 'and such, nervous  troubles as St, Vitus 'dance and partial paralysis. Sold by all" .medicine  dealers or by mail at 50, cents"-a box  or six boxes br $2 50 from The Dr.  Williams'. Medicine v Co'.,- Brockville,  Ont.'   , , '  On the Job. .  A Baltimore man who was recently  a passenger on a Cunarder tells of an  incident of his trip that led him to  the conclusion that your average seaman Is not apt to waste much thought  on his personal troubles.  This sailor bad met with an accident  the second day out. the result of which  was a bad cut on the head. The Bal-  tlmorean was most sollcitious in his Inquiries as to the seaman's welfare  when he nest saw the captoln and  would undoubtedly have continued his  sympathy had not a rough sea called to  mind his own sufferings.  Several days later, when he emerged, white and weak, from his stateroom, he suddenly remembered the  poor sailor. In the course of the day  the Baltimore man saw the man with  a strip of plaster on his forehead.  "How Is your head?" he asked sympathetically.  HJVe?t.to jJLQOt]!, sir," was the reply  Good Judgment.  "Your partner;" remarked the privileged friend, "seems to be a man of  unusually good judgment."  "You bet he is," replied the self acknowledged brains of the firm. "Why,  he uever makes a move without asking  my advice!"  Mr. Riley���Wliy are yez decoratm,  Mrs. Murphy.' . ��� " *  Mrs. Muiphy���Me b'y, Denny as  comin' home the day. t   '   ,  Mr.x.Riley��� I fought it wuz for foive  years "he wuz,sint up?  Mrs. Murphy���He wus; but he xot  a year off for good behavyure.  Mr. Riley���An' sure, it mus>t he a  great comfort for ye to have a good  b'y like that.���-Lender   Tit-Bits.  WE SELL GUNS AND TRAPS CHEAP  buy furs nnd hides, or tan them for  robes & rugs. N. W. Hide & Fur Co.,  Minneapolis.  'A Blessing to' Be Culiivated "and Highly  ���     -        < v Valued..-'"' - -!." ���'r,,  *V  Only he has friends worth while ,wbo  Is",willing to pay the price for making'  and keeping ^them." 'He/niay notihavo  quite as largeJa. ^fortune as- lf.be/gave  all of his tlmcltq money- makingl'-'Bttt?"  wouldn't you rather have"good^ stanch {  friends who "believe'-In" you^and7;who_  would^stand^by you In adversity^thun'I  have a-little more money?." -��'^.1 ,^J,Ci  '������But  friendship *niust" be^'cultlvated^  ,It,atnnbt^be"bougli't/. It-Is^prlceless.T  If A you 'abandon syourlf, friends", for,' a"  quarter of Tn century or/more while^you5',  are burled s In^your, "puT-su'it^of'- wealth!;  you "cannot?expectr''sto'come ���* backhand >'  find'- themiwhere you'iefttthem'.-Jf.DIdP  you ever get .or ,keep���anythIng.,worth<.  while   wlth'outv' an .effort" equal/to ."its'"  value? ;---;/" W-t' '^.- / j>; f '1"v-".' >".'��� J^\  V Many* people^"seem-to ^thlnk^tbat*  friendship is n^'bne sided'affair; 'Theyr  enjoy their friends,"enjoy having them'  come "to  sees them.   but*,tbey 'rarely  think "otputtlng themselves out to "reciprocate, or take the, trouble to keep  up their* friendships, .while the ."fact, is  reciprocation  Is .the  very  essence  of  friendship.,,  , ��   "���    **��;���    .,  It does not matter how^inuch knowI-v  edge'you have In your head or.what  your accomplishments are," you' will  live"a" cold,\friendles8;'.isolated'life .'unless, you ^ come iiiidose constant "contact with,other lives,.'unless you cultl-  ,vate'your^sym'pathlea and take a .real  Interest in' others���suffer with }them,  rejoice with them, help them.   -,   " "  ll '    I** t1 " 4 ,  ^'NEEDLEWORK-NOTESV C'/  a' bottle andigivo ut' a' trial.1.1  f~-hi!(\J'i-''  .-l-paUcr--^I)o;yo[u;'thinjvr.tlie; doctor is  going tblKjlp^your-sMrr^Jonearrfi*,' f><"  ">-'Jone"s~He"-*may,sJf "I 'cahTfollow" hia  orders/* '-He itpld ''rae^.tb^'drinJc'sUiott  winter" thirty^minuteBr^i before^ e'very  ,meal,��/But-,it'*is ���Jiar^wraritjCoVdrihk'  hot' wntAr" frtr '(1,  rf-/   TnTrfciTlft^ J^TPItla-  ^JT   **S.-  ""���l.rtft  -    | -   .' I.     "I/     V  ' -"'Z^tA ","��"-  'Cornering Him  nltj  ,Tto.  few  VSmajr lieSy���^ather, does iny  newvflitter cost yon 'a lot of inoatr'j  "-'Father���Yes.'.'indeed, my bf,y  ; ^Sniol}' B-oy-~^V"eir.'j w'rtv d��lrjos��  mVy-ou coiil,dn<t afford to Ijuj inc.  ntce/wh^te'f'rabbit-,thai^ 1 \MiriU'di  ,w-eftk?-HNoiiis peisira., -'  '���Jh-fl',! ttJ+J-X- 1 1 1���  -1 Corna^cause intolerable pam ' Rl!  loway'8JlCbrn;jCuTe Temovi*s tli-1-|  ble."'i Try.'it; and see wliiu amomij  pain,'is,savedr <-,     .,   .  i Ai o ,'.*v'. * <*'. 1  rsws*s4wj.-sio-  v^%H>s;i;A,"untrrNow"f ^Willie, neu1- -SSilfj  m  $���&  rxo;  st*��  jV Eu>opWn\-couutries7<wblch.; Inflictsno'*  ^death^penalty^ however.brutal^pr^pret  'meditated^ the"' * crfmcT* are s I talyV'Hol-"  -.land,"' 'Norway,- ^SwitwHanll. ^Portugal  and ^Russia, save.1 whore/ the1" lives' of,  the1'emperor, .the^enip.ress/orj the. heir  to' the'throne" are c'oncern-jd. -rThe'can-"  ton tOf^Zug, ln^Switzcrland.'Imposes  the lowest mlnlmunir penalty In - the  world���three,"'years' Imprison men t 'for  willful homicide, the maximum punishment being Imprisonment .for, life.���  London Chronicle.'-' \.     '  ' -    ..  enoughf- to-wash'sthekeAcol>i morsar-  ;VPYlES CURED" fNi6,TO 14 DAYS]  ^AZO/OHjJTMlJNT/, is guaiaiilwdf  cure'any case ol Itching, Blind.BLJ  )"r,g'"of. Protruding Tiles in ,6 "  days toi*'money refunded. ��� 50c.  %\~~  , - \i ~. f.     ,[ ��� j  ** Keep" a .superior" cIobs of crooos ^  people remember quality longer ^  they' do price.      '���,  \               /                  ���       ���*-.       I*.           1  l,"s      I      ' >     ' -��� ^ ���  -.Minard's iLiniment' for sale w\  where.  I  l4  m  Ml  IM  An  rnconsTJerate  System.  , "Why   don't   we   Ink**   an   express  train?"  asked ihe sweet young thing  of her escort nl a subway station.  "This Isn't mi express station," explained her- escort kindly.  "How tiresoine!" exclaimed tho s  y. t. "They mifrhi ro have express  trains  at   evi'iy" station 1"  For hini'scir dorh  a   man  m woi king evil for another.  work  e\ 1  -Ilesiod. '  . iBy^taklng a small piece of-\tape and  tacking" lt'lon the band of a hat, as you  would a hanger.bn'a skirt, tbe hafcan  easily be bung up on a'hook "without  danger" of being pushed off by any one  brushing agajnst'it       , ���  ���*        * s  '  'Some of .the newest designs.for sets  of underwear show the hand embroidery alone, no "laces being combined  with It However, a narrow frill of  lace,used under the scallops is more  becoming than 'otherwise.    ,  If thin crinoline Is inserted in the  bottom of a skirt hem^ to stiffen1 it.  care should be taken to cut It on the  bias. It may'-be slightly stretched before being sewed in place, so as to follow the curve of the hern of the skirt.  To a woman who does her own sewing a pattern bag Is a very necessary  article. A simple but commodious one  Is made of a square yard of green  denim, decorated with embroidery.  There are two rows of pockets or the  same material and deep enough to  e-oncc.il the v patterns entirely. All  edges and the tops of the pockets are  bound with red tape, and brass rings  are stitched on ut the corners by which  to hang It to the door or wall. Each  pocket has the 'name of its contents  on It in embroidery���skirts, shirt  waists, aprons and sleeves.  -   ,   .,   vvn-wt      ,  %. "Ah/;   '.exclaimed ' Miss (   Patience  Gonne.  whom"   Mr.  Staylate-'had  been  boring Mvith   Billy ^conundrums,   "that  remfuds~me of the best thing going.",**'  - "What's that?" he, asked unsuspectingly.,-  . ;-���/ \\ ;* '    /' ^   C'.\  - "A man who has stayed-too long."���  Philadelphia Press. , ��� '      . v   ���._"  \   *' - '        '       l - >   - '-    ^ l?4S  '/  I   -    Question  For/Queartlon." .    ,;_;*���  fVDo you know how.to cure'a cold?"-^  - "If J did.'.'-Inquired:tlie sarcastic.cit-  Izen.^V'wouId I.be offering <free advice  on. the,.street, or wpuld I be'occupying  handsome ' offices rnd catering to.,��  ..��!--��� M��t a. mile   long?"    '  - ,'-      Real Skin Game.  "There go*cs a   ninn^who has -r_��  working a skln^gauu* nil his life-" ��^iin'*i-g  "^���-Ever-been arrested?" 0,^ '  '.'.'Jv-'opc.".,   ' y" '   ' f**"  ""That's^ strango.'*' What   kind (*|  skin game does^'he work���shell  "No, he, Is a/tnttoo artist"���1'iios-j  Tost ,',. . .  l-    ., . inTtli^ivoirl,  w?  r_.        ,i,f .>' s-r,    , *- tribe  '-The Wonders.of Medical ,Scient��-'. -r��r  / /'Doctor, -can" I-pat between inenil_._*_st>:;;ssfs  I-fecL ai cm vlng'for the/ food?'  S'"Certainly.Vn- --"-ft- * ! i *���<,- . ,  . .-"Riit'hist sununer .'yoii" said  tl-.j^*  should cat only at'mealtime.''-".....,, ��?*-*  feet;  "Yt��s.   hut nt that time, you  hnd&SS  cravlug."-,Ck'vcliin(I Plain Dealer. i��Y  >nlyS  RAW.'  WMmS$^^M^^A^  ^:^g^ia^ji^  A Mean Question.  Charles-rli heard the other day that  Gerald is going to get married.   .  Edward��� Well,: w;hy shouldn't he?  He's comfortably well off.  "That's Just the w;hole point Why  doesn't he remain so?"   .  Ifiliilii  iiiiliiP^  Obstinate. I  "Why   don't  you   quit smoking,  old  chap? You know it hurts you." j  "Certainly.   But every time  I make .  up my mind to do It somebody come��  around  -Put-lc  and ' Vs. me  I   ought  to]"���  W.    N,   U.    No.   673.  Bridemaids' Baskets.  Carrying dowers in baskets is the  newest Tad for bridesmaids, and the  effect Is most picturesque. The has  Icets are small and rather narrow, itrul  the handles are about two feet long  This brings the posies only a little  ubsve a girl's knees when she puts her  arms through the handle. Much green  .sttlT I.s use'd with the* Mowers, and  some blossoms hung over the edires ac  If ready to fall out  Army's  Prison  Work.  - Tlie Salvation Army prison gate d".  partmen.t for the Dominion of Canada  report   for   the  year  ending   Dec.   31  1907.   the. following-'statistics:   Inter'  views   with   pn'soiu-rs,  2.1.170;   prisoners met on discharge.  1.377; dischnrp  ed   prisoners given  employment,,- G92  prisoners expresses! desire to live new  !ifo and asked our help. 1,357; meals-'  given    ex-prisoners.    2.579;    lodgings  given    ex-prisoners',...  1,591-    dothirip  snven, ex-prisoners.; 1.-II7; ex-prisoner,,  ���issisted   with   fares,   4f2;   free   labor  bureau. Toronto only, number of men  ~'v��n employment. 2.825.  Miserable All The Time?  |��GlrWd%  ��� i.*-s -��� j-.4SK-f.wwa.  the^maflnee;  felb^llefpll  ifeS��  '.hard]  **?��=  Is?  t  Dull headaches���back aches���low spirite-el-tn >1^  tlie sight of food���don't sleep well���all Urc.l oui a  the morning���no heart for work?  GIN pill:  will maKe you well  Your kidneys are affected���cither tliriui'li ovrrl  work, exposure or disease.    It is the KhH'.s.-1'!  are making you feci so wretched.. Gin Fill*. 4 u"c -"'I  kidneys���make you well and strong���nnc (*)i��;l*5j��*��.  your old time energy and vitality.    Chci r up-" J.&6WoWtWai  take Gin Pills.   50! a box--6 for $2.50    -^"lflI'be��S?*  receipt of price if your dealer does not h.inilU tli^r'^^jR*^W  BOLE DRUQ CO.      -      WINNIPEG, MAN.   "|vJ&?��!!ii  m  K[NC  OF THE  ROAD  '}^l 9. ��A ^ftnt " Ule m0at durable ffarmeni'Voii oversaw. Kit-li"  ! black blue: or-grey in plain cdlors. iSennWare finished porfeclly. ����  raw edges inside or out~5 pockets, nji rivetted-crotch securely*^  ed,   spring bottoms with canvass staying  Your dealer can get them for you or write us and wo wi" see yo��  ��re supplied.    R.   J.   WHITLA & CO/LTD  Winnipeg.  SSiST'  S'J  1 t%f\ km La  HIRTS  How*;  �� *-*v ^   V* $ -J,  1 >>< *r  SH&feBa  ���^vSKIIwk ' ��& Use &ilohV Cure,  '3K5^ffi��&lf,*���**��� ���''for the worst cold.  fi>--Ztiir-j^^ '.-jsn����&*  the sharpest cough  ���try ft on aguar-  an tee of your  "-money'back, if if  doesn't actually  CURE  quicker  than anything you,  ever tried. Safe to  take,���nothing in  pit to hurt   even. a  ' baby.   34 years of  success Ys commend  Shiloh's   Cure���  ,25c., 60c.; $1. ' aia  ^     THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The Fierce Man Eating Crocodila  , ,  of Australia.  A,.PATIENT,  CUNNING  BRUTE.  v$J%  IhatUlwJad-li-llow wl. .���  theiAsq-fl^helBrightoii  coach.*  sL*.-VvVr',rE\-r���i>,",V-''^ -"--1*'on4 "I've heard  PWft**i-lVw^:,l'llow who used-to drive  T-*t' the��Agq'A^he|Brightoii  coach.*   vou  * ?iy^.Y'?.S?Tkfd W>s ��� shin ;and "died -from  l*^;fci^��i^*id. Shirley/ <<so .JJve  *J&fl&��ffikl&tiSl&*e*. with  Thackeiay  IHe -'doesii't drive  the  <7f��" r     |    ��� w .   '   ,   '-  w:i * f-    ��� '�� ,   y  ROIS.  i. Is7l) Or^  i'i. v?nt��,  Ulcs of  f.-d.  -lOrially.,  and' ia  i  it lo a nil  ^sWi^J^lRegulotor---" To bring  -fdii--iiBtiv^)rgans "- into /symmetri-  '^1?'the nim ofnphysicians  cfind , a   patient^ suffering  hic^ irregularities., and for  "sthey*'cani prescribe* no-''  Julian   Parmelee's "Vege-  |wjiich;will, be - found , n'  mcine   of, surprising *vir-  "~V-the .refractory.'organs  _i .and ,.(restoring*-, them  ion', nin, 'which; condition  sS.perfofm'J' theirVduties  r, ,-'  *' H"-K-  W  m  ���Uctit'ri  wa,' un!  culnrly *S������J  itairbal j  onchikh  this ���**-���  ete'y d-sh  e I'eruni'  1  this .ti  *y friendi/i  iblc, andi  pinion o(*j  4-  m  00s   I.1J-  of inoDtr'i  by l>f,y.  dtdrjosi  i liti} in? a  w Iirite'd i  i pam  vt*s tli-1.-4  iu timcuiij  .y*-***''. J  One far'  >1>1 niorpf*"  O 1*1 DAYS]  uaiaij'.ttfSj  Mind, Bki  in ,6 to}  . 50c.  I^the teacher;. fwho had'  nyelemeiitary/talk- upon  Kcan'.any "little" boy+tell-  liUress^ ,is?"i 1,4/i- -.,,���;/1,<  gpouted. Tommy fSrh art.,  ^FThe--Herald  and  ���$Vf  >.    i I.',  W4.  "Weak--Lungs  jBgdj-your psychine" s for"  .Jgonjhs'-and havb'rfound it.  I^S^n-e^y^or, pneumonia  things.,',. Ronald Johnson,,  This Powerful ' and Savage Saurian,  Sometimes Twenty-seven Feet " In  Len8th,"Will Tackle Anything From  a Sheep to a  Half Ton Bullock.  The crocodile of the Nile differs very  little from rthat of Australia, wblch Is  generally termed "alligator," though In  reality a'true croeod'le. , The head'of  aAtrue alligator is broader and shorter  ���than  tbat.oHke crocodile-.    There  fa  also considerable difference in the teeth'  and tlieir disposition in the jaws. Tbe  teefb of an alligator are unequal, and  the larger of "the lower canine enters.a  cavityrin the upper jaw, while that of  a crocodile simply' fits into, a groove"on  ,the!outside,of the upper jaw." leaving  the ^ loot h, clearly ^visible, when ��lhe  mouth of tbe monster Is closed.  Tfiere  are, also differences In the' webblngi'of  the'toes  and   the,,form  of  the   legs,  though J.o tho general observer, there Is  jlittlo or no difference.  '- , , - ',.���   "     >  ?-The crocodiles no doubt"feed largely  upon fish/but as .thcy. grow older, and'  stronger and require'great quantities "of-  fcfod; they- will .'when   hungry   attack  anything froui a (sheep "br kangaroo to  n-bullpck,-a',blg crocodile making short  ^york of.a bullock welg'blng over,baif a"-  , ton.; ?Some jpf ^hesc monsters measure  as much,asf twenty-seven ,feet InJength  aud - possess immense'^trength*- besides'  -wonderful cunning and patience. ,Onc  winjte. iin-'waitatV'riny watering'place"  frequented lbyT. animals,-, hardly dis-'.  .tlugulshahje ffrom; n   log-of wbod,  sbii  still and:,lrnpasslve',lt,has become.-   The-"  animaljComingfdowii tb.drlnk Is selzetT  ^nithe'crpcodile's-huge jaws and drawn'  dnto the.waterS'and' drowned. "^ Jf'^ (���*���'  "-A't"'"other//times ,the "tail' Islised* to'  Rweep"  DESJRE  OF, DISTINCTION.  Quaint Illustration of , a Peculiar  Phase of Human Nature.  In "Doe Gordon," by Mary E. WH-  ' kins-Freeman, is a "quaint Illustration  of a peculiar phase of human nature.  It develops with the visits of the two  doctors to their poorer, patients:  James drove all the <��� morning with  Drv. Gordon about " the" New(l Jersey  country.,' The country people were  either saturnine wifb an odd shyness,  which had something almost hostile In  It, or they were effusively hospitable.  forcing,1 apple jack upon the, two-doctors. James was much struck by. the  curious unconcern shown by the rela-  'tives of the patients and even by the  patients themselves, ln only one case,  that of a child'suffering from a bad  case of measles, , was much interest  evinced.   The majority"of the1'patients  r> I     *      ��row,-' ���      then  u-sed    Zam  w;ere  the/very  old-rind  middle nged.    '*.*, f9,r<ttne Places-   on my leg   from  ani rih-nn��-~i     which Uie    skill  w  PROOF!  That Zam-Buk   Grows   New   Healthy  Skin. T\  The unique powei belonging to Zam-  Buk -or growing 'pew   healthy   slcm  when it has  been destroyed bv iniurv  diBeose or operation it, illustrated liv  the recent expeiience of Mr. J. Sclio-  field,:of 467 Hamilton Road, London,  Ont.,   He says:    "A.fiierid    of   mine  (Mr. William Ball , of London)   was  severely, and terribly burned thjouH,  an explosion of kercsene oil.    He was  tsaken to the* hospital where he suffered intense pain'.   The wound., refused  to heal, and the doetdr*- decided to re-  sojt to skin grafting, and I consented  to have some skin transplanted from  my legs to his body. ,   Although fins  was   drne'on several   occasions, ,the  skin refused "to take" untii Mr. Ball  heard of Zam-Buk.    I-Yorn the time he  appl-ed  Zam-Buk, new healtjiv <' skin  began  to grow.'    J   then  and they discussed and heard discussed  their symptoms   w-ith   much  the same  attitude' as they might have, discussed  the mechanism  of a-wooden doll.    If  any emotion* was shown, it 'was that,,  of a singular Inverted pride.   "I had u  terrible/night,   doctor."  said ' one   old1  woman,  and a  smirk  off Be!f���.'conceit,.  was over ber ancient face.' "Yes. moftf-  erdidlhove an awful.,night." said ber  married daughter.' with a  triumphant  expression.' .Even the children cluster-  lng,S,'about,, the   doctor   looked   uucon-  sclously proud(because their bid;grand-',  "mother tiad hud'nn ,a wful night   Tbe  call  of��� the two doctors, apt be house,,  was'positively ulfariousr," Quantities of  old apple jack? wciie, forcedJupon them.  The^old- woman -In, the,adjoining.bed'-,  'room, although' she','wus evidently suffering,, kept calling out a,feeble'joke In  her'cackling old'.voice. .\v< .-. r -% .  ':  ��� "Those/people seem', positively elated  because"'that,'{old   soul   Is"'sick,"  said  Janies'^w-hyn^hV1 and-"the "doctor were  again in tbe,buggy.v -:,--"'-., .,'jL,-"< " ;  �� MiTheyiafe,"- said' Div/Gordon; "even  .the old.woman'hereelf. who knows well'  enough "tbatHshe^bas not' Jong toi live.  Did'you ever'ithink'that.'tbe1 deslre^bf  distinction. wasp one, of',tlie most., per  vas removed, and < I  am glad to leport that new tkin   has  grown,    and therefore   consider Zam-  Uu,k the be&t skin food 1 have known."  Zam-Buk builds up new tissue in a  j       P03TAL BARRIER DOWN.  United States  Periodicals  May  Enter  Canada at Second-Class  Rate.  In May, 1906,1 the Canadian postal  authorities gave the six months' notice required  by the convention, that  they would no longer permit American  newspapers    and   periodicals    to    be  mailed   to  pointb  in   Canada  at   the  =econd-c]ass,. or pound rate, of postage.    Up to that time there had been  no   postal . barrier   bejween���Canafijw  an��-the United States wTth respecTtb  the  transmission  of  newspapers and  periodicals through the mails.   Papers  deposited at postoffices in the United  Mates were deliveied in Canada with-  ��"i l'ayin<-nt of additional postage.  The notice of abrogation of this  agreement by Canada was "protested  by the United States postal authorities, but as Canada had a legal right  to abrogate this feature of the convention, ,the' protest' of Postrnaster-  Lreneral Meyer was without avail.  After nearly one year under this  agreement the Canadian postal authorities reached the conclusion that  the conditions which they had forced  NO COLORING MATTER  MO ADULTERATION  ABSOLUTELY PURE  VI  I  GREEN TEA  LEAD PACKETS ONLY- "ZttL^-Ji��� fr'-AT ALLfiROCERS  LINES- TO   LO-UISA.  f  way-ihatfis no^posltibirwiirordinary f JTth -AHle*rica"   P��bliBheiB   were'not  prepa*"0'*""   '    ���-,���' *--���>--- iw L"  runni  boils,   eruptions, - scalp ' sores,  .: oS' Jb^ ~'|^S of rfer tt^T  ons    s'^ln.L-.;!  VST*   f ".new, agreement  has   been   reached  to  the  effect  that legitimate  periodicals  and   magazines^-may   apply  for  preparations  running sores  boils,   eruptions,- scalp ' sores, 'itch  chapped -hands and'disea&es   of   the  skin   it'is without eoual.   'All ��� drii"-   ..^.^   ������ .        ���     ,  g-"sts and stores sell it 50c a box cr second clas's ?AT V thf C���a*���  post-paid f from the Zam-liuk Co., ffi? ?nVn ��?te ,��-f ,p0Stag? at an*  Toronto.   -     ��� y "   ��?cfe '" Canada which may be select-  <ed f9r that purpose. The Canadian  authorities give assurance that ,nll  applications for such entry ' will receive   favorable   consideration' if  the'  {Tlie same being our  forty seventh mal*  wlio_haa gone to smash  elsewhere.]  A week ago wo had a maid  Whoue memory will never re.de.  Tou ahoulfj have seen Loiil3a!  , She piled the plates 0n which we dined  So very high they called to mind      ,  , The leanlntr tower of I'Isa.  ''THE   DRAGON ' FLY."  , Towne���Luschman in troubled f ri  great deal by his wife's'insomnia. -  ' Browne���I. didn't'know that before.  Towne���Yes,-she "usually has a severe attack oMt every nifht when, he  cepmes'-in -late"and- then the trouble  begins.--rPhilddelphia Pi ess..  where.  . the,, animal TintoVdecV wdteV   y-"��t��u����-��� w��-one, or'.ue most,, per-  . even'thougims prev Sayi Se n"  hapsMtbe,raofv totense^purely spiritual  buIlockiMt has" i.t/.^,-Kifr "-   em?tfon of-the buman soul?,- Look atv  |ronbles  |jmian .who* has'tested it'  iW-Brbnchitis; v. Coughs';  JJ.throat. Jung and- sto-,  gi yield* to-. Psychine."'-,^t  ^60c.*;and' $1.00/';or 'Dr.,  7 Limited.",Toronto.'- ,  m,  Wmm  .organ, grinder- .ateic the  :ed^ slice-; pf 'bfeadjoh 'the-  ihe ^summer, resident-, who  "the repast Kaimised - hei -  f.to( tunr-'Uhe 'c,rank* t>f.'  adily. y,   t.    ; ���    -   ,"z  ��qbjle>'difficult' 'to- tiirK  BjiclHexcellent time'-'os  laid/at- lasfc?,^ /;;^,��  ou have, .da- nfonk)',';  n-grinder with' a" rhe-  'Turna''* da; - crank,'  walcha da,monk---!  rteest!"���Youth's * Coin-''  w^t3r!    *.y,  '*   -    i.  'ji   <^r      ,  Jaws arerfully distended' through"hbld-*-  lug'ciTSj prey.'4.4Thu's.after,a, few "brief'  seconds-6the,runequal'struggle, is.over  nnUthe^saurian'jtakes'the; carcass ir/  tow/to some favored Jocnlity/where br**.  cifb; enjoy it4 at his leiiure."1',^-" ,'.*4k -,.'-;���"  ���.'Jn* the /early- days' at;,Port,Darwibr  ^outhWAustralia. bathlug?in the' open  sea ,\vns,forbldben.owing to,tlie'danger  from'IcrdcodilcsfVhere and, nearly "ev-  |eryw^i'ercOle!sb;jn^XustralIa/can      alli_  true^'alli,  ���gators,-though;.liTitrpallly tibr  igators, exIst^ImfAiisTraliaJ?!-.  A  youn��  ^.COLDIN.ONE^AY^  MVE^BItOMO-'Quinine^  Wggists'Jrelund:'mbriey:"ir  ^ E:,W.4Gtove*8 signa-*  ehNbox.;.-25c:M���     - ;      '  inV.  put .In^the Jiarbor'.hoi noticed^ what die  A^j^^rs^tooli^tosbe'a^'floatfiig-^rSg^  Jlauy, ofjthe jiorth'ernl'trees flbatJ and'^  Cf   C'Vjii]  longer'  sale t.tl  Wi Ql toyshop)���Is'. this  Mki  tegrJ'Abao'.utely,'  warrant  my    little  you won't break  -i     *~   i  SC1-^ T want one thnf,pa-  S^femmij.  can't "break  into.���  iSSbkly  SPAVIN   LINIMENT  removen  ���a llfe"    m^^^^i"ea-     bIood     8'>avin��     '-"-b-s  ril?l��%^?SS^.*' ���e���*y, .etifles, uprains.1   sore  ^ ���*S��*SSaS  *?uKh��-   etc-  Save S50  by  T����Sb��tle." Warranlcd   (he  most  won-  "�����(.Cure   ever   known. ' .  !m  t   kind  fr'  shell pn**j  -I'llts-S  laa.. ,.  'j��r\-��i*!3!  ��� JI^Tu-7" l,art 'of'STadngasoar  ���    *|l^"-a��'l*able*natiiral fortress  ^fe5fe^tclt Is occupied by a wild  I Scient��^1M*|S'^lilstl,0^'1SeM't;sU)e Pcop]e of  ren ^^StRSS&SBBSt1? rortress is a ��o��y an.)  pjecipIltgiU^ocU of enormous size,' 1,000  ^t|Wg5^pid  eight  square  miles  lu  t!i3(?%^siM^^,dos Iiro so ste<?P t!,**t It  4   JSS^S,^^IIaibcd,   without  artificial  hndS|?^^^.tuiu lt ls hollow. alid the  P.ce( Is   by   q   subterranean  said  ie."-~  you     Dealer. i��'  James' Gazette.  .Thrift.  ^"n old fashioned-word that  |ome Into use again���thrift  fii   distressing' -number   of  I'^bple   In   tho   world,   and.  ,-Jpall call no names, we hope  ��� I���^-. i-j-* -Trjjs.'>*a,iL j^f, ' *  )l^��[fe9fe wl�� Pause at 'this para-  lraBh|andJffii!nk seriously of thrift and  jjShltlSsn^  .p^^B^PJlraflffs -�� Stage Brand.  i^^?W��eed 'tourx **������*- - hecn   to  she  tried 'to  de-  lithe.*.majptaeeS-- Later  ^i-f^.^?^'10 " er��^��**'P fiend.  ^VWJ$&&; wi"0-" saw   Oertnif  *,,HTI/l-+hor.''TVlTAw   .,ll   .���_.-.   _..A ...  trude,  t out.'*,  lend  expectantly,  cried next?"^   :  prked   her   small   brain  cJ oul ill  ^she   said.  fork Press.  "they  spit  it  MeO.  ne  <rli ovrr-  MS tW  urc si'1  . joU'  ij')-��'  Sen I c  Wtor  $$8����Mn.nalttt fl"om one  ^���Th&.1r^$M0tber'    Se,ect the  .��tbtrr.I;A��^Be^then stand by him.  .N. i^^^fffe but consult him   l4*WjW^?n y��u are sick  TAlIfeEP2"*oa of Ayer's  l-.taB^^"���~**'S5r'-i-,���* *���  supposed'4.log>,untll tbo^'lato' he-recog-  -nlzedthlsnitetake'andHuat-he^wast'ap-'  proachiugTinstend of.n'log aihuge and  apparently listless crocodile."1' "   ,     ���*���  ,,''But the knowledge cauie" too' late tr  be of any.service to.'poor Davis, though  some, men'called'out'" to hiiri  from  a  small crart close, by to '-Go back!   Go'  back!" and.Davis did. make an attempt  to retreat'aud was swimming uia'nful-  ly   shorewnrd   when   the   huge   brute  flashed<-down   upon .bhn  at a terrific  speed 'aud., opening bis great jaws to  their utmost capacity, came down'with  a smack that was heard "even to the  shore, a ncl^ inside their cruel grasp was  Trooper Davis"-bead.  'Then, with the  quickness ' common  to the1 saurian,  it  had disappeared with its victim.,   '    ,  Crocodiles t,at nighttime low and'bellow, just   like   cattle,   especially   like  bulls,- and ,*I' have" spent' some, nights  lu. an   open   boat In  Cambridge gulf/  noitfhwestern    Australia.-- "--"where    the-  whole place .seemed to be alive, with  them, and what with thelr^splashes and  cries, the weirduess of the whole scene  and tlieir close proximity as they  afs  times rocked ,the boat sleep was impossible,  for there -are several.. Instances  on record where crocodiles have taken  or have',attempted  to' take men from  out of camps and boats. l  A poor fellow named Reed,' the mate  or  second   mate'* of  the  Gulnan.  had  gjne  In   his  vessel   to some-river In  Carpentaria gulf���I believe the Roper.  The   vessel   was   at'anchor  near   the  mouth of the river.    The mate, Reed,  had   been  dispatched  In  charge  of  n  watering   party,  and   was   some   distance  up, tho  river   In   a   large  open  boat    Water had  been obtained, and  they were all ready for a return to the  snip.    All  being made snug, the tired  fellows turned in,  having made their  eauip  in  tho boat    The night was  a  very line oue. the moon shining brightly,  when   toward   midnight  the sleeping camp was aroused by some terrific  shrieks.   These were the cries of poor  Reed,  who,  enveloped  in  his  bedding  and    mosquito   curtains,    was    being  borne off by a crocodile.  It is said by those who knew him  well and accompanied him on this and  other previous trips that he had the  habit of sleeping with his foot ou the  gunwale of the boat, aud no doubt this  afforded the ciocodilo nn easier opportunity df seizing him.  The crocodile has n remarkable" eye.  It can arrange (he pupil lo a vertical  or horizontal position .it will to suit  Its requirement by day or night. It  has a special natural protection to the  ,erc, and throus-h a duct escapes the  fluid when the monster weeps. In  fact, he is a peculiar brute -illo'rether  with many spevhil tdfts besides his  huge jaws that help to make of bim  the terror he Is.���S.vdne- Mi-il.  gru b-i  -?be",|  just;  ,  -,-        - th'e'  momentary consideration of; thelrrkidd  ~blrtbUl'marrJagc^sic'knessCand ,death.  .With the'.first, they are hardly, actively'  concerned; even ^wlth^thefsecond,, mauy'  'have nothing "to'do'^Tbjere,'are" more'  iwoinen ,than^men.las usual.^aud.. al-  -thoiigb the women"wnnt,to marry", all.  tbefrnen do" not5 (There~ remains" only  sickness/and death for a sta'ridby/so to'  speak./; rf one of them is.,really "sick  and1 dies, the Ipeople/are', aroused "'to"  take notice.' The.slcksperson-and/tho'  eorpse.ha ve a certain-state' and dignity,  .sFhich^they.have lfever attained before/  one^'pa-^  -  .    -      . ��� -.��� ,,w      ���    ho "has;  ebeen laid_ dp .for years, with" rheuma-  tismr and she is^fairly yatngtorious.'aud  so is^her''mother..' SheJ&rags of her, iu-  Jv_a**dtda"ugbter.-},lf she'h'ad,been mere-'-  ' ly aff'old mald'on'her.hands," she.'would  havVbeen 'ashamed of her,"arid the^wd-1  ;man herself-wpuld^bavb^been sour and.,  discontented.^ *But she has fairly married rheumatism.'  It lias been to her as-  "a ;husband* and children..    I  tell,,you'/  young.man, one has to. have his'little"  {, footstool of^-elevatlon  among his  fel-.  lows, even if it Is'a mighty-queer one.  or he loses his self respect,  and'self  respect Js-the best jewel,we have."     .  ' Goo(hDigestion-Shou'd Wait-on-Appetite.���To have ,the stomach well is  to, have" the 'nervous,- 'system , well:  Very* delicate' are ' the. d'gestive organs:- InVsome sotsensitive are they'  that atmospheric, changes affectftheni'.  When" they "become 'disarranged' no  better* regulator-,''s .procurable ������' than  Parmelee's, Vegetable Pills.,-They will  assist the"digestion so' that the hearty? eaoter will '8urTeryno, inconvenience'  andkwill derive all'the benefits" bf his  fnnrl '....���'��� < .,,  & '    ., I  ���periodical or magazine ia of the legitimate sort and not primarily, designed for advertising purposes. " '  A further agreement has been reached under which legitimate daily newspapers may be mailed in the United  Mates to postoffices in Canada at the  pound rate-of."postage.^ This is'a restoration of the'old order of things  so far,as the legitimate daily newspapers are concerned, and ia a step jn  'that direction for the" magazines an"d"  other/ periodicals, u*, While  food.  i.   .",        ���;  "Which'-is  the cow that gives the  .inridcontly"'"asked'.the  young lady, from the" citv.-wlfo was m-  spect'ng the herd with a critical eve.  '"t-'Don;t' makes-yourself "ridiculous."  said the .young lady who had bee"n in  the ..country before, and knew "a thin"  cr��� two,.; .;"Goa'ts give .-buttermilk."���  Springfield   Journal."  ���  ,,.-.-���       ,        --   ������-���;"-   American  publisher do not under the new arrangement 'secure���'all. that it is believed ',they  are .entitled, to,   Postmaster-  Oreneral ^Meyer .'accepted   tbe ' recent  his   proposals-, of Canada regarding them,  ,-,,;<  as   the  entering   wedge'which   would  . I ultimately  lead >to the restoration"'in  their, entirety,, of the conditions'that'  formerly prevailed.  S ''   -  ���   A   telegram Jias, been'-received' at  Washington-  from   the   deputy'  post-  master-gener,al   of ' Canada,, advising  that   the'public and   postmasters   of  the  Dominion  were "notified that the  new-agreement  had  gone into "effect  on the 6th inst.  At other times they did not lean  '  when carried by,our kitchen queen  (whose other name was Dennis)  But rose as straight as spire or tree,   '  And then her model seemed to be  > The campanile, "\ enlee.'  '  ��� <i      . ' -1 i  The loaning- tower was first to go.  And whpn It hit the floor below  The havoc was appalling!  At once another crash'occurred, ' '  And then. je.las, we knew we heard     \  The campanile falllnu.''   ' t  I Bee"lts' shattered remnants yet.  'Twns half our wedding dinner set���  Tho other halt was Plsai ,   .' -  "��� v  My chatelaine her protest filed ''"V *',  'J.Pra�� Ieave*" "she cried, "ere I Ko wtld.  For PelIon;on Ossa piled   "  > ( Would be' your, next,  Loulsal",      '   ,'  -Earle Hooker Eaton in H.-ir0<.r>8 Weekb-  " ' ( .ff . '     '_.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff.  - Singleton���Ha vis' y'ou decided   what  you  are  going  to.coU the ,baby, u0ld  , Weddeiton���Certainly.   I'm going to  h1il-^BiSleVer"iny ^Le "����"  Singularly    Adapted    to    Its    Life    of  . .Aerial Piracy. .     ;  No one could fall to be struck with  the singularly perfect adaptation o'f the  dragon fly's structure to a life of aerial  piracy.   The four wings'nre large and  in proportion to their weight enormously strong.   Each is supported by a wonderfully arranged  network of slender"'  ribs, which,give the necessary rigidity  -  to   the   thin,-, transparent   membrane  form frig  its   basis.     The   muscles   by  which the wings are moved are mass- '  Ireland'powerful ��nd are, so arranged -  among themselves that" the animal ls ,  capable of steering its course with au  unerring   accuracy    which ' any' bird '  might envy.   Iu this power it Is largely '  aided, by   a   marvelous   keenness   of  sight, for in addition' to tlie two great,  gorgeously    colored'   compound    eye>��'  which make up,so much Jof the'head    '  Hie insect possesses three smaller "slin-  j 'pie" eyes, making R\e eye? In all.   Tho,'"  prey when'overtaken is seized and''de-'  voured byr means of powerful, sharply   ��T  toothed jaws.  An animal which lives such an ac-'V,  tlve life naturally requires a very per- "'-'  feet breathing apparatus, and this ls "  amply'provided by a system of holes  "-{I  , "'si,!  renewed   by   tbe   regular  compression'  and1 dilatation of'the body by special  muscles.���Chambers' Journal.     J".  BABY'S OWN TABLETS , ''���  -*   *.V\    SAVE, A LITTLE LIFE  /Mrs.-T. Osborn. Norton Mills, Vt.;  wntes:    "rl" do,' not, think .enough can  be ."said' in "praise of Baby's'Own Tablets." nain'-rsatisfied' thaVouf  'baby  would not have been alive ,to-day if it  had notLheeri a,f or "the''Tablets/as le  was so weak,'audi sick that he'took no  notice of'anything.'  Tn*~thJ5 condition  I "gave Jiim."tJie-Tablets and"'they have  ma'de "him 'a-bright-eyedl'laughing na-  by, the ipride '.of our^home';-   He is one  year, old,-jhas,iiin.e-teeth', "'and is now"  sis^we'.! as ahy%aby,,cfinibe.-'"' Hei sites'  and plays nearly alb'the "time and lets  me ,do i'my. work ~ with'ouf ., worry'.   I  would saytp'-'all.mothers-.who-s have  sick babies" give   them" Baby's' Own  Tablets'as I" didf mine,'and you   will-  have   healthy,   happy   babies." Tlve  -Tablets  cure  all'the minor" ailments  It is, understood that the demand  for American .newspapers and periodicals had become so great that the  Canadian, postal author-ities ,could no  longer resist the pressure "for a~ modification of their former action".   '  "'-  WINE FROM THE MAPLE/' ' f��  Surprising Statement In NewtEncyclo-  pedia'Quoted'In  London:    /     '  n,TLie /*-*;*.nt "'dini*er  of the" Canada  Club at the-Ritz' Hotel, London.'wS  lpar^ly^H1nde4-; ,Tfir President; MrV  L ��� " To.yi,or' !f"ho sP��ke eloquently',  wasting  *;Canada  and the "Governor-5  general, i- made-an amusing reference  to an  encyclopedia ;*recentlv  revised  and   brought, up-to-date'-'  bv"ia  Cam-'  -bridge professor)( which  informed "the"  world that the.maple tree produced a  light and refreshing wine much liked  by  the  natives   of  Canada and   aJso  yielded a syrup which when'crystaliz-  on the., sides of' the bcdy���-whieli open  Biekli-'�� -Ani; n^ -~   ts     "���    1   f*1?*031* elnbqrate network of air tubes,  coughs, influenza,iand diseases o? the'?- -   ���        eSe tubes  is -Constantly  throat and lungs.    The'fame of  the  medicine , rests  upon  years ''of    sue-1  cessful use -n eradicating these affections   and m-protecting mankind from'  itne   fatal    ravages   oir consumption  and as a neglected cold leads to eon-  sumpt-on,  one  cannot, be-too'careful  to fight,it in its early*, stages.  ' Bic-  kles Syrup is  the'weapon, use it-   i_- '. f        .    ,  ,"Who  was  that 'blooming idiot'' T  saw=,.you^vitl1 this afternoon?"'  ,  ���,/r',t'lat ,-V.a*5  my  brother." ,  . lardon'me, .please���I might'have  known  it !"-Cleveland  Leader. -_    -,  'DEAFNESS  CANNOT   BE 'CURED .L-, -      , -       -        -. , ���  ,-,  by local applications" as thev cannot' nates \s el*<*��"'<>d with, the capac-        -. " >'<\l  reach'the diseased portion of the ear    ^ sOf-accuruulatiug within its body'a ' '  ���- - 'V.fj  -  ,'      'HIBERNATION.   '���   ,'  *. ,/      , -'   How and Why Some Animals Exist All  ."'    -       Winter Without'Food.  The  philosophy  or  nature  of hibernation' and^vhy and how It is that the'"  hibernating creatures  can  go so long,  without food are interesting studies.  Iii4'the first place, the creature in order to enable It'to sustain life throughout the  long  winter duriug"which' It-  . ,   ' Much  Wanted. * ��� ,  v The folloVlng advertisement quoted  from a Boston paper of a date early in  tlie.nineteenth century by Mr. Jansou  in "The-Stranger in America," shows  that the domestic problem is not one  of modern manufacture. But what  mistress of���today would dare'to impose such conditions on the hindrance  in .the kitchen ? '  . Much' Wanted: A neat well behaved  female to do kitchen work in a small'  family in Cbarlestown. near Boston.  She may pray and sing hymns,'but  uot over the-dish kettle. She may go  to, meeting, but uot belong to the congregation of midnight worshipers.  Inquire at Repertory office, near Boston.:      , 4  Williams' Medicine  Out.  Co.,    Brockvill**.  " Be like  the  sun   which never sees  the dark side of'anything. , ,  '    WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE  From October to May, Golds are the  most  frequent  causes  of    Headache.  LAXATIVE  BROMO   QUININE ' re*  mo,ves cause.   E. W. Grove on box 25c  Great minds have purposes,  have wishes.  others  . CHARMS  FOR   LUCK.  Wall  TOlsffie says.  *.W�� publish our formulas  W# banish alcohol I  from our niAdiolno* J  Wt�� vrg�� you to I  oon.mlt jour  doctor  sick headache.  your doctor known  ,. |rh*m a" ��bout them,  .i  SjfE** ��Q" -vowen. Js-a��^��J|  Pointed Paragraphs.  Few  men  can  look  themselves ovor  nnd give their faults a fair ."X  Being   willing   Is   all   r,K,lt    but  cie-rnt  ninoiint  t0   IH1KII   miI-J��     ��  backed up by doing fioniethiii"  The   family   skeleton   iievcr0'nppeais  o  worse  advantage  (ban   when  aired  i* niembers of the family before.stra.i-  *,ers.  You  oss,  Ion you  -Atchison Clobo,  You enn-t cash your neighbor's suc-  ^"���"��iriM,nfl a legitimate foundt?.  " car, t ebuunge It by knocks  The Sort  of Superstitions .Some  Street   Men  Harbor.  Let all   the dear  readers,   feminine  gender,-take cognizance of  what follows, for surely the fairer sex Is, after  all, the stronger sex.   Women know no  such abject obedience to superstitious  fears and signs as do' the men.    AVlth  a view to eliciting something of interest tho welter had a chance to put a  certain question to a captain of Industry.   "Tut tut." he replied suspiciously, "you'd  be getting me into trouble,  would you?"   with a promise that no  names would be mentioned, he finally  agreed to tell a thing or two.  Tho  question   was,   "Aren't   men   In  | Wall street carrying all sorts of queer  things to try  to change  their  luck?"  In   answer   to  this   the   writer   heard  some   curious   stories.     One   man   of  worldwide  fame,  for example, 'carries'  a cane In the center of which there is  a slender steel rod.    Circling the rod  there are rings made of leather mid of  hard   rubber,   like   the   washers   that  plumbers use.    Each seventh   ring Is  made of leather from the soles of the  shoes  worn   by  the  billionaire during  what he considered  his  luckiest year.  Elephants  and  pi^s  as  lucky  charms  there aro of course in plenty, but the  proper  caper  is   to  wear  the  animal  pinned inside on the watch fob pocket.  Then  there ts another great financier J  who carries  with  him a gold Ink well '  and would never sijm n document with  fluid   from   another  receptacle.     Once  upon a time, when lie had, say, only a  picayune million or two. he signed a  paper in n deal that doubled, then trebled,   his wealth.    The ink   used  that  day was emptied Into a long gold tube  or well that he now carries.    The Ink  was  used up,  but  to tho  well,  so lie*  thinks, the good luck power has beeu  translated.   Lucky coins pass from father to sou iu several or the multimillionaire families, nnil the man who inherits   them   would   uever  be  without  them.    We have Tew secret drawers la  desks or doors In houses, as they had  in olden times, but there are many se---l  cret  pockets   in   the   suit-   *upde   by  smart tailors.  Minard's, Liniment Cures   Burns,  etc.  Gibbs���Sanle}" has. had something  proving on his mind all da--. -  Bibbs���Something very trifling, then  or it. would have .starveel ,to death  hours ago.���Boston Transcript.  e���v:-i;-���, c- . - --_---."**>' sometimes  sub-acid fashion, emphasizing1 the-fin-r  ancial serenity of Canada, which was  undisturbed during the financial  storm over the border. (Cheers) If  Canada had been to,any extent unwise, her follies were those of lusty  youth and were forgivable. (Applause!)  The remaining speeches glowed with  confidence in Canada's future. Admiral Douglas piously hoped the Admiralty-would restore a fleet to Canadian waters. They could man one  ship entirely with officers willing to  serve there.  Major D  m, . ~ -~ ,���"��� fu"i.��i. wi tut* ear.  There is only'one Way to cure-deaf-  ness -and that is by -constitutional  remedies. Deafness ia'caused by"'an"  inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian 'Tube.-'^VYhen  this tube is inflamed you^have a rumbling'sound or impeifect hearing/and  when-it^is entirely closed. Deafness  is the result, and unless -the inflammation can be taken out-and this tube  restored to , its normal -''condition,  I hearing w-ill be -destroyed ��� forever-  nine cases out of ten are caused by  Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.  -We,will give One���Hundred Dollars  tor any case of Deafness (caused by  Catarrh) that cannot be cured by  Hall's Catarrh Cure. -Send for circulars, free.  F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo/O.  Sold by Diugsists, 75c.  Take  Hall's  Family  Pills  for  constipation, j.  Cultivate your customers ��� "A  nleased customer is -the best advertisement.'"'  "Do you think Ophelia r'eallv loved  Hn inlet?" asked Maud.  "I should say so," answered Mamie.  "She was crazy about him."���Washington Star.. ~\..   .large quantity of fat., This fat Is to the'  animal what a well stocked coal cellar-  Is to a  fire, and until jtho whole of It  'has been consumed tthe tissue of the"-^.  body   proper .remains1 untouched.1 , If"  has been ascertained*that animals' can'  endure   the   waste4'of   tissue -until   it  amounts^ to 40 per cent of their normal'  weight   Should the' weight be reduced  jbeyond  that point the result is death.  'But nature .comes to the rescue of the  hibernating creatures In another w;ay. ���  When,the hibernation'begins, respiration   and   digestion   almost' cease   (In  some cases they cease absolutely), and  the    circulation    Is    only    just   active  enough   to  sustain   life.    As   a   couse--  quence of this the wear and tear is reduced to the minimum, and the creature Is enabled to pull through.  -tAssSB  ���AM  ��� v~vv  *H  ���41  .i^i  WE PAY HIGH PRICES FOR  FURS  njid hides, or tan them for robes  rugs  or coats.    N.    W.    Hide    <fc    Fur Cn .  Minard's Liniment Co.. Limited."  , Gentlemen.���My daughter, 13 years  old, was thrown from a sleigh" and injured her 'elbow bo badly it remained  stiff and verv painful for three vears.  Four bottles bf MINARD'S LINIMENT  completelv cured her and she lias not  been troubled for two years.  Yours trulv.  J. U. LIVESQIJE.  St. Joseph, P.Q, ISth Aug., 1000.  A. GRATEFUL  GUEST.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by   Wolford's   Sanitary   Lotion,  SURGEONS'   CHARGES/   .  U-.<arantlr**-s.  L/tiarantine of cattle on account of  the cattle tick has been lifted from  20,000 square miles In six stutes, aud  twenty counties previously quarantined have been admitted to" provisional quarantine.' Quarantine for sheep  scabies has beeD lifted from Wyoming  and Idaho. Another year ought to see  this disease eradicated from Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.  Dairy Thermometer.  A correct dairy thermometer is in-  dispe<isable in butterm-iking. Temperature plays an important part all  the way through. It is necessary to  know the temperature of the dairy  room, the water, the milk, the cream,  { when ripening, and. nbove all. the temperature cf the cre.nn at U--.V* ol  f-hnrnlng.  The Reward She Bestowd Upon Those  Who Entertained Hor.  "Human   nature   is   i\  e-nver thing,"  said the philosopher.  "Not long ago some friends of mine  got badly down on their luck. Times  were so hard for them that they scarcely knew which way to turn for tbe  necessities of life.  "At that most Inopportune time they  received word from a woman friend of  theirs that she was coming to visit  them for a few days. They were dismayed, but by the exercise of grenf Ingenuity and by depriving -heuisclves  to almost the \anishiug point they  managed to entertain ber and really to  set before her most excellent meals.  "After she left their affairs continued to grow even worse, if possible,  and while they kept up a brave front I  was near enough to them so I couldn't  help knowing ah about It, though thcy  weio not aware that I saw the situation.  "I thought it was time some of their  friends came to the rescue If a suitable  way could be devised, so 1 wrote the  woni.-ui who had been their guest���  bolus slightly ucqlialutod with her myself���told her I would head the procession, would like her aid and would be  glad of any suggestions she could make  as to a practical plan for helping our  W. Stevens dwelt on the  question  of transportation  in Canada  and the development of her teiminals.  ,    Signor Marconi expressed his gratitude to   the    Dominion   Government,  which , first  gave   him , practical   eh-    Minneapolis  couragemerit.    He  declared  the  wireless system of the St.  Lawrence was  unequaled  in  the  world.      He would  spare  no effort to show that the encouragement   given   him   by   Canada  should   not be  thrown 'away.   He  re-  markqd that he had just demonstrated   to   the   Admiralty   officials   what  could be done in the way of wirelessing transmission across "the  Atlantic.  The Earl of Ranfurley, Sir G. Ward  and   Gen.   Lawrie!   were   among   the  guests.  Method by'Which, It  Is Said, the Fees  v Are   Regulated.  Frequently lay men who have had occasion  to  settle  the   bills of 'surgeons  upon   whom   they   ha\o  called   in   ex-  trcniities   to  use  the   knire   are  heard  to   complain   against   what   they   call  "the exorbitant charges of surgeons."  A  skilled surgeon   may  charge  ?'J30  for   a   simple   appendicitis   operation  The patient, w'ho iiL*ve*r thinks of com  pl.iiuing  until   he Is  convalescent,   objects   ofteutlincs   to   p.ijlng   the   bill.  He says, "It is outrageous for a surgeon to charge t?230 for half an hour's  work."  The question of surgeons' fees often  puzzles a patient. Lie knows of one  man upon whom a surgeon of wide  reputation has operated and charged  only $75. Ho may know of another  who has paid $1,000 for the same operation,    lie cannot figuie it out  Yet surgeons of known ability and  national, perhaps international, fame  have a general plan Iu charging for  operations. Their prices range from  nothing to $3,000. They will operate  without any question of willingness or  ability to pay in any case where the  situation is imperative. Afterward  thoy will present the bill. The general  public does not understand how a surgeon will cuurge one man $7>0, another  $250 and another J?."),0C-O.  Surgeons have a/fi-ced piice scheme  They aim to charge the patient about  old friends without hurting their prop j one month's iucome.    They figure that  er pride. any person who is iu such bad c  , Lemon and Water.  While lemon and water is an admirable drink for any one who is not  troubled with over.-icidity. car** must  blT-taken that it Is not too strong. A  slice or two of lemon, or. at the most,  sa_half lomoD   is  auito enough  for a  A  name that stands for character  that is synonymous with integrity   is    "l  B"'a  BIDCe Ule  wor,d   was y��v  the best advertisement in the "world        Were lece-,t,-F discussing the'affairs  Ways and Means. '  A couple of girls, after the manner  of  girls  since the  world  was  young.  e'affairs of  their various friends  "I don't see why In the world Clara  lets that little snob Charlie Blank come  to see her so often'." the dark haired'  one said. "They aie together almost  constantly."  "Hum!" the bloud commented, with  a worldly wise little smile.  "Well, 1 don't I wouldn't," her  friend a-jse'ried. "lie is not good looking and has suc-li ujjly ways."  "Well, perhaps he has ugly ways,  hut such li.imlsoiue moans," the other  said, nnil Muni-thing very near a sigh  got past (he pie'oi* nf fudtre she hastened tn put Into he- mouth.���St Louts  Uepublle.  I  T j  si I  i  /-i  gK@��gaB^  g MRFECTlOi-i.  M����GaiI\YS  5 or  or  5,000,000  tion  as to  be for cod  "Iler reply gave me something to  think about for many a day. She said  she dtdu't care to help them, as they  already lived toe well aud sell too expensive a table; that when she had  visited them they had a great deal  more to cat than was necessary and ���! but $50 a month pays $r>0  concli  to submit  to  a  that they must be very extravagant  people; that It was undoubted!.? tlieir  own fault they were In such trouble  and "that it would probably teach them  to lie  moro economical io future  surgical operation siirclj  etiu vafford ��o  give one month's income.    They ascor- I  per I  th.it 1  O Kj  niun )  tain roughly  wb.-it  month   and   senel  amount     The   man. whose  man   makes  per  a   bill   for   that  income  The  who gets $5,000 is asked to p.i\ ;Ci W)0  --and geue'-ally objects, oven IhouirLi  he should know that his lite !-, worth  as much proportionately as that of L.!*-.  poorer fellow. <  ���they  arc all  ililc.  Each biscuit  as lightens if  made by fairy  hands.  Baked to a  golden russet  brown.  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Fierce's Favorit.3 Presc'riptifln the ino-sti
Bl i<-k tea - ■
■ hjice tea "    -'   t - ,
?"0,ir Bf&t,">     .     "  -
fib Fine Grivt n tea
l^n-tshly ground coffees
'    -   r .40,cts per lb
**»,., .50.cts per lb
^.    '   50 .cts per'lb/|^
•,j35„iazd40cts. per lb *'*
and prornpUhgVn itiundant fKyirishrnent
for theeh/ld. /ExfiVctan;
will find It a pricc!ess\^
system'for baby's coining lanc3
the ^ordeal  comparatively''painless?
a wee,bit,olJipiinatB tae "bjrl the
.. stones" inside o' ,'a hoosfi.   Tlipre's
a gran ootdoor loeh at Moyie, an'
itbafc hopspiel miclit 'a been  held
therjejh tjje raul style o' the  Ruid
nuld     days.   "But     that ' wadna   suffer from .'frequent headache^'back-
•   ' ^ i ache, drr.tfging-efow-n di»tres3'7o\v dbwn
Agreed wi the   curhii   lads   o    the    In the abdomen, or from painful cr'.rreg-
yivTerm^ Caslj.   Deposit Accounts Opened.'/av
FABRBLL   BLOCK! .:  ,    ''', W
ly valuable iK. susuining^jriclr strength
ters too
^ tho
. r _.,   c    Jj)
run r]n i-[n hfipT. j" any state.-or condition
of, the femrilf. s\<ii*m \ •
icate*.- ne-j-vous,  v/eak Moaien, who
X • >•*.•"^.•,^-.• .^^'^^-t.•"^• '^•'^4•",^*.^^^^7•»v••",?»^s.»,'!!15^Jsk'•
9  ,    I,       .   , .        i,     .  'fa  * J,   If
i1 '
irjV-   '
.~.i"d»<i< s--.
t-   V? f ' <!'l   '
-rt--. j..
; wj i- /  .)
1 -P'-tr A
r-Jv- f. "f;
using faithfully and  fairly persistently
Dr. Pierce'*, Favorite Prescription.    ' -
This ivoi Id-famed specific for woma.n'3
weakne^s-f-s and r pc.cuhar ailments is a
pure glyceric (attract of the choicest na-
i i'i.
'Glaciariuin.    Sae   it wis  at  first
' - Jhocht that the Board  o'  Trade
had better "he 'moved a'thegither
'. tae Nelson.   But that didna seem
•' , quite fair, tae  tlje  guid  folks  o'
,'Moyie, wha wei-e   kennt ijii'rbe
plannin',great things for the en-   -. „,--,. ,   , .-,--- i      , .
r      t      jor o .[ve< -neeliclnal roots without a drop of
"tertaiuinent p' the body  that  his   alcohol in its mako-up.. All-its ihgredi-i
,',',,., -   .,   f     ■       ents printed in plain English on its bottle-
,~   been,weelcad   thp uupaid   i-egts-   wrapper and attested undi*r oath..   Dr.
,'lotupo'the  Kootenays.   Then it   1K'1^/0"V^'S -h<5 -'«h"<»t..lnTt«tlgar
-   svis decidet tae hae „thp  bonspiel
,i     first an pit. aff tlia meotiu'  p'  tbu
"'L?gjsh>tui'  'fur i anither     week
There was nae objection tae' that
Free; o;
present'year o-grace, wha  maun ] ?-!*tft*£tJ^^%tS£gol!rVdS
daa thir playin'in a real   modern I faint ^IKivoiinaglnMy specks or spots,
f      '     J - •      floating bt-forc eyas, have disagreeable,
pelvic catarrhal  drain, prolapsus, a,nte-
vcrslon or retro-version or other dissolace- }
ments of womanly organ; fiom weakness,:
cf paits -y.iU, whether'thcy esperierice
many oi- only a few of the "above symptoms, find relief and a permanent cure by
r      '        ',
t'.T   s   >.tl     Ut"
If  j
^8.  "
<-, fe i -s4 «'.*
i kHv
11A !-■*-
:u-'''» ;-
r. j I
, *■. >'i ..ni
Ik-1'     '
'    ti'-"    "
' K'l1.''
i il'-'i  '
; (■■'I."
j i
1 i t "
v   that.    But a Janiwai' thaw set in
,. the.sawbaithafcre the day for the
bonspeil, an' ^sae  there wis  mair
'switherin' amang the heids q' the
twa coucerns,  an' ,the" legislating
' wis  hrocht' f urrit   again   till  its
^uld chiy °' •neetin'."4 TBut t a'body
',    werna tell't o*   this  in  time,  an'
s'oaie were no   able  tae  be  there
wha meant tae ,be  there.    Then
fche LagislafcuH had scarcely  met
when Jack Frost brochf; hack  the J
juduid  weather   and    garr'd    the/
►pielers  get gae an'  fidgety,   wi
the result that  tho't this body o'
law suggestersbas aye spread  its
ineetin's over th,ree days," business
wis rushed through by noon o1 the
second  day, an'   ither   dtjegates
-.vere done oot o' a chahce  ta  attend a'mpetin' they hod a thocht
-wis o' far  mair  importance  than'
phe haudin' o' a bit game  o'  curlin.'    Noo ye'il  jist allop me tae
say, ilaister Editor, that ypn0sorb
o' fickleness '11 no dae   ava,'    or
it'll no be lang ere we'll   hae -tae
Ki'e up a'thegither the meetin's  o\
the Associated .Boards, an' fcm-n a'
oor attention tae the garrje wi' the
atanee.     ^Vhat  maitters   a    lead
hodu«*,    a    timber   policy,  or-   a
acheme o' irrigation  compairt wi'
"doopiu- \b up" aye "soopip it pp,"
There's no a game sin' we  were
Can match auld  Scotland's  ice
and staneai
Why, man, hockey's ,'no in it."
Ye can see thafc yourself JSaebody
lyad eipec' a crood o' curlin lad-j
tae be fetchju' the wey thao Koss-
Ja,u' an' jyelson buddies are daein'
the noo. N"a, na. curlin'd bouuie
play—its' no fetchtin' an' it3 no
^hrk. Yp dinna bra}c shins or
noses, but yon can, brak angage-
Sents wj't. V/ist po 8o]omon
that aaid there wis a time ffii- a
fhiugfr? But he djdna ken the
helds o tee At,Joe|atefl fJoards an'
tlie B jnspie]. or he wad 'a said,
Jtsnoa time tae work at legis-
latin' whan ye pan plaj at curlio',
^.t the (Jate o' the King, 13-2 OS.
tion of his formula knowing that ic will
be'fr/unil to*contain only.tho best agents
known to'the most advanced : medical
science of all the different schools of practice for thr* cure of rvoiKsars peculiar
i wcakncsbcs and ailments.   ,      - i
I     If you want to know more about the-
i composition   and   professional- endorsement of the "Favorite Prescription,"send
postal card request to Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Huffalo. N.*¥., for his/r<-<3 booklet treating of same.      v ,' l-
- You can't afford to accept as a substt
tute for this remedy (rfr.jioiunixrmitoiiilVm,
h secretj nostrum of 'M&nbim.'ctinipeey-
ton-,   Don't do it.' '
•    ,.   .         ',,,.'.             ,         ..""'-
We will.deliver the follow-
ing tq your; room or hpuse
1 from Jan. 10, 1908, free—,
LO. O: F./ /
" ', "   -I   '
Wlldey I. oelco No. 4 4.
Aleeta Tuesday^eyonings in iTcGjTt-'jOjr'
hall  on"> Victoria street.    Sojourning
fJdd Fellows^cordiallv-invited.   -\   «'»
K. J. Lowes   "• «>       ^P^J/SirvTir,
,"    <    Noble Gr^ad.        " -  Secr'y. J
Spokesm^nt Chronicle,
Manitoba' Free Press;
Toronto'' Sat. Njgljt. ''
'       k. i..">*'*,. j   -    ■ *■ .• "j.
Vancouver Provinee.
i «- * * **1 *, '„     > f j
Victoria" Colonist',1 ;and
•'LET I'SeiAMJ 1 OCE1 UJLli."
' , . " >
' Vo» to buy ohr trousers  and oilier
garntenis, and we "make   good", oui
*i?£jeiii >a lhar   for   etlye,   fii, quality
<i       i -
and price ■
It.'*? a broad Mescrtion but provBlde."
Our best citizens' wi*sr' (■•,»■ cloih"*?,
They are walking proofs of(all -vyc a*-
oi-r', Our "Lroue-ers.eah'" da a ''sptc-
iah" , Don't misa it.-   . i '' <
i'  '<       i '/ i"
' Cleaning,  :   repairing and
pressing done.    -'*'     "   ./    '
,   C.A.F00TE
MOYIE, '  * B. C
1 i       <      ,
B. S. WALKER, President
ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager
A.,H. IRELAJMD,' Suj-crinteadent of
Branches ' '
Paid-up Capital, S10,OOQ o
Rest, . **•   -   -      5 ooo'fj
; Total Assets, - U3,Q^\
Branches throughout Canada, and' 111 -liie Unhed Stales and Enria-(
**n ■>
. ' '.  ,      ',<   BANKING  BY" MAIL s5
Business may ne transacted by mail with any braM F3*
of the iBanlc.   Accounts may be opened and depo
made or •Vfrithdra-wrn. by maiL' ^ Every attention is p-u«
to out-of-town accounts. <' ''-. ^' * - "   '      ' '
1 ''(.'- -   ' '  . V
•wuK^m^mmMmamm^mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmittmmmmmmmm <+
•        ,     J. T —
s,'..    'i,   -s . -  *,<'-;-■
«  >  ,'''„WHEN IX
l   4
St. Eofene I.pd*j;o'Ko. 37.
- s       - ^ I    , ,
, Meets evsry Thursday
eyepihg' in. McGregor
hull at S f-'clock. Vitf
iiing bictbcrslinviled.'
W.'' J. PELTHiM,,   '
Chancellor Ootid.vw -r
:AA A; 'i Vcr^lnbrook:
•-,< i    ,  i.,,,'-, -" ^'i.-'/.u' "v i.
K. it. SMAI.I,, SlAi-airer.    V*-, i .,     .
I- ,("        J * ■* e "     .        -« t, '■■ V ,        tit'-
v        .       ,-.,.'!,,    ,, t-<''-.'..' ,v r;  5-
. Good rooms, good 1 table," ana* ;b«r 'j
"      and .first class,sample roo'-ns/' "
■ fi    -   t" •     ,n      '    -',"'--     •   '   - •
-•i        '    . 'j.     -,„--■_. f      ll  _   <
' , ,. s-J , ' ,, *,        o    - <j i* , ^~^S;4US
GpSjn'gfip^b;, .Hotel 1
'.   U>   ''''^'•>\    ': HARRY DIM0CK;\",Proprietor.
'j"'."'-'..' ' -   '"' **s>\ via! 'A'    ■ ,'
/, • *«,      Nearest,Hotel tojthc.St< Eugene„ mine.
TV   'I-, "i'i
" ^/^^''r^-B'atdsfsinlob^ "-H
J       l'*       ' Mr '**,-' "■   '     F     ^r^*.'. ■",.!       « .T     j ''' ijal
-">>' •C," <,tJW"
'-■;!>    '"    uX\   fit-
- E. A, HiLt-
4    -
K.' R, and S,
Win.*. Jewell-
"l.        tol    fs,
■.■DRUG.   AND
B. C
'     BUY YOUR
1 '      '
A B, Siewart   & Co.
St. " Joseph's   Convent.
KE1.SOU", B". C.
hoarding and D.iy School conducted by tiie Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,
B.' C. Commercial and business
courses a specialty.^ Excellence and
swift progress characterize each 'department. Parents should write for
particulars. One month assures the
nub.ic bf the thoroughness,, of the
Sisters'methods'of teaching. Terms
comm.nce January, April and Sept
Pupils are admitted duHugr term-
Moyie,.joiners' * Fnion
;t.'no.7i";w.,f. of m:^;;
Meets in McGregor hall ©very -Salnr-'
el.<y pvpning. \*-V.joUruing .mfiiitjcre
are ebrdiully-invited.to attend.J v •' '''-
John Taylor ^ 'l   .Thps.^E.^keJly,
'   .*  PreHid«.'nl. ~ -  ,''/.». ' v'Secretarv
G.   A. RENEAtf,
1 - BARBER.   ,   ,
e, ' 1 1 * r V
, Fnrt Class Work
'<*     *' s
^Express and?Gener-?
<•.,< Jof »        *^
- al "DeliveryV'Busi-'
', hess." ^LJvery-'an'd
- Feed, Stable.   . ,  ',■ .
-"^.'l r,    '   -   ^,,'       . £.4- 01--   4     ^
SJ   .",.  v ]Leave.Orders,at   ' r^-i",,!!
:-'<„    -'        -v   ' rt     \"'  '   '-   '     -.    - .
^ib*'-,»   " pWynne's Sloi-c.-L-ij-s
MQYJI** !v't    I--'•< TJrJtish'Colu'nVi
n 1   - .      ■{-      *•''   -Ml       Jr
.-tIi   ^.M'-l - '    ''    ■   "■'-f'  '  1     Tn
,   ^ "?"& tM-«r-^;iA^.
' -*r*i "-'     -u, v'*-.'*-t-s,^       l-V Ir* re^a-t      ,n   ..     i.
r+r- ji ■***    a *   (        _, _, <*   (-,<;(, vj>-    f*^     1        ^t-y   t    4v^*#ft*. </-<■-, J ^ i^ »j*^n
*'-*"'  '';j^-r'-THeffpeop]e'-'o^^6y^
j "' • ■ 1    *"' i- * t - -•-'"-"■ r-V .^ -;--. -^45 v.--. ,'y - .
v',/: '-,-' l,'js»Hick-Avlieif..tlioy^began?look~ "   *■
v.".t></'/l4s"s1 ■'ii*«J ih'io/MhVp^feor'V,1' y„
v")      * .i*-,'     w -     iv    .0*.    ^.\ *   -i ,    t * -
,    '„<*.'>      r.,-J *}„ .*      ,   .   Vjf.«''L i.l„ JV ',>-.;•-       ■   .-    '     >V   1*-  <     '
i»*»    . '..  ^*- v  ,, ,<  1 ,'; , . ■ . ^
1!. ■> ■**  ' .'   --1
r„; A>If^y«iif havev'tr .'bedroom.'td
A 19th eenlnr-y encyclopiiedia,
consisting of 21 volume**; in perfect order.    J>i ice orjly  $l)(i.
Also 'a Rood, strong bicycle.
Only been used once, aud as good
a3 new.    Apply to
y. ^rooie, M.  A.,
The Residence, Moyie.
(TOR.U F.)
I/it No SsK5 Ilali Moon Miucrnl Claim, situate in ihe Fort bleiulc Miulug Divisiou of £rs*
Kootemay District.
\Uierc located: On St- Eugene hill near
Moj le.
TAKE NOTICE thnt T, Thos. T. MiVitte r. M.
0 No-Jia"il Aijent for John I'. Karrcll T. il. C.
.fo. 15 ua, s^elie Km rell P. jr. C So B032,
Normim W. Burdelt -" F. M. C. NO I)13oS,
Wlllliim Illr.I f. M. C. No B 985 Henry J. C.
i-lc-ilurr Free Mlnei.'s (Jertif|ci;te No, B 1335, in-
leuel, sixty Ahj-s from the elate hereo^tc ap-
1*1 J" lo the Mining Itccoreler tor a CertiacfitB of
linproM'incuta, for the purpose of obmlning a
a Urown flrnnt of tho above claim.
Aiif'fi;r(l>e**; tfi'i-; notloe that fj.f.t.iqn.   un<le>r
«e-ctlun :I7, must be cammuncetl  before*   tlfe in
iiihdcc of inch (Jerdflciite of iiniirovements.
DhIi-iI this 2in<J  day of February, A. JI. 1908.
THO-i. T.   MuVITi'IE
Harvey,   ^McCarte'r  &
*> (        r
'„ .Mac^onald.
Barristers, Solicitors, Kotaries, Etc. <
Cranbrook.   -   - " B. C,
send x?R*R--W.ork;;j&Cthe
M -:   •*/:.'     Jr. s'4j > -*. <-■&, "v   -.
.KOOTENAY  ; ;!:
lSTEAM v ;   ;-
LAUNDRY.        : '*[
KELSON    ,       '-   ''
All White Labor.
L3ave work with the'local agent^
A. ^B. STEWART. ,1
ST- *4,.-lJ.„.        4,.^        *„    , S      . JJ
|*A , '
CRANBROOK.'     * b!- C
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Eto
Cranbrook, ,B. C.
Cranbrook, B, C.
,tl»iimb-*rlaln'a   Couslr   Iteir-eely   i8   jsoth
,'   ■•• Jtisrcuable nnd   KfTeclivw.,
Charnberlain'a Cougb. llemedy
fras no superior for pot^ghs, oolds
find croup, and the fnet that it is
pleasant to take and cqntains
fiotl;>Gg jn any way injurious has
made i£ e, favorite with mothers.
Mr. W. S-.Btilhan, a merchant of
KirksVille, |ou'a, says: '-For more
'than twenty years Chamberlain's
poqgh. Remedy l*.a3 been ray leading remedy for all throat trouble.
It is especially 8«cees«ful in cases
of cropp. Children like it and my
custumers who have n*ed it, will
take any other," For'sale by
jie Muyie J_)rug Jf. Stationery :Cq. :i
A  fresh  supply of
our noted
Imperator Hams
and Bacon,
Hamp, $15 pir   10Q   pounds,
cents per pound single   hams.
Bacon, $17   per   100   pourjds; 184
cents per pound single   slabs,
Try  our Shamrock j
Leaf Lard and Em-
,-.' pjregs preamery but
Wliou furnishing your
homo or hotel don't for-
jjjet ^*e can furnish you
promptly and complete.
Standard Furniture
Oeorge fl. Thompson,"
tary Public, Ac.
CRANBROOK,       British Columbia
'.  .te j       '   n i .... .
Embalmer and ypderlaker,
—**"—    .» ■        y»»*a«a«,a»»»»saaaa«««a»»«CTa^«a»
':'-'"" ^-ACEB—'.'''  .', .  ■'
B. C,
■ ;     PROMPT  DELIVERY.-   - ,
QiUee-DS', Ave.      MOYIEr
■i: :;:-fl0?TEL.
,    >   ■      p. y. j-oejv'siojv >
Thw Hotel is:nefc ank well Furnished   The
Tables .afe Supplied -with the Bept the
MarKe€;alTords? The Bar is: Pilled with'   _
the'Best Brand0;of Liquors and Ciga*s'f|2|
• -'-""'** 'asd;.hihinombbU*"-: '-'^ r*    -    itw
'      """   " "   ;»Hum-*(ii cotoMin* &g
- -,'ii^.fi*
— 1 ttOf»i!*m&&ta&a&999&994sG<8<t.**< \
One Way Colonist
Rates to Alberta and
British Columbia
LCiVDON $-10.05
KINGSTON   50.10
OTTAWA.,  Sl.'lO
OTTAWA via Chicaco 52.15
QUEBEC 50.00
ST.; JpI-ILV'MONOTQjV - 60.05
HALIFAX ......;.,.......,03.45
oyie Beer=^^J
I , I 4 ,
-, 4     * ,
As mado by the present brewer-is admittedly tlie
Best Beer in Eaat JCootcnay. With (ho Bent Malt apd
ho Purest Spring Water it io unexcelled lor quality.
Insist on having Moyie Peer,
Bottled and Draft Beer.
Mason et Itisch Piano Go.
' Ostermoor Mattress, i
Olobe-Wernick Offjco'Pqvmfure.
PS8APX.NIBK     JJEOS,   I'opa.
Large eamplo room in connection
with house for comnierpial men. Best
of a^coinmodationa.
Headquarters  for   Com--.
mercialiind MiDJug'Men.
.^i/jEenb AYm:%,      , hqyw, ■ b-, P .
Tibkets on sale Feb, 20fcb', April
29tb, 1008. : Corresponding, low
rates jfrom intermediate points.
| Rid^ways, Limited
Teamen of London, England
and Vancouver, B. G;
/■<    ■ '^
Correspondence . invited     and
cheerfully answered.    Call pn  or
Dl»t, Pnss. Agt.
e. j. mm,
A««'l Ganl. PB8H, An
fi;. ' ■■■■:!
«'* ' ■
■•ji.   -   -
Qreatostsalaof High Grade Teas in  tbe   world.   Ann"*1/}_
sales pver $ Id", 000,0pp. H>
i . . ' ■■'
«-■' ■■ /.-"*-
A'-. -,rut
1    cre«,
..   }." $%
EXCLUSIVE AGENT, .JVfOyij!], B. 0;     ',        '• '?*
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