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 ,'*v  I.'  " 1  ' , TCXJPv  .  rvF*.'  -,  :. . c ". <.':  .r.'.r.'   u   fit  ������1 rcf!;t-';.  *.Tr.'ir ..*.  mov,  -YOTJR , WATCH    .v_3.  vr-c-eeive careful aiter-iio..  if  left "tt'ith us for repairs.  W.H, WILSON.  JEWELLER CRANBROOJ."  .!   !  ur  i, ,  If Ladies   Ready  Trimmed'Spring  Hats  .������-'. >      '  , i_r- '        were opened'up this week and are meeting  ';with a rendv sale.-    Don't  be the last  to  ,, ;'     get .your choice; all tlw latest, -shapes and'  ���   ' v    l hew, colors  including    tlie   new   "Corn,  i'1*'    "Brozne, Grej&n, etc.,'all   neatly  trimm-ed  A" A:.~'" aud splendid values. '        ,  ��  i'ci^MFBELiIl.'B    A  _A     '     Mi  ��� ���      ' -,-*"01_ QUA LIT.-'. ,'      '  The   elections   in  Alberta   will  I take place oh the 22��d-  ��  Dr. H. R. Hall, the dentist,   has  located in Cranbrook.  in  The curfew bell  will  ring  Craubrook after April 1st. ,  C,    M.    O'Brien ik, running  in  Calgary ou the S x_ia.ist ticket.  The Cathtdie church  in Ferine  has a ne .v 900 pound bell.  Zinc   ore    *sau' now  enter  ; United .States ,free of -duty.' /  the  A  EfiG.  Jack JohDso-i.ithe colored chatn-  Green ties a?_d green r.bhon'*- j a;-$5r>5.595^_=5->._s.*5*>**_f*  were the prodoraiuaiiug, colore j jj J3 T.iyior wa-5 uS.vn  lasfc,W-**J_.e****d-ty, it l.-?.ng tlie occasion of St. Patrick**-; Day.  There wa? a, general observance  of ,tha, day in 3.inyie_ At the  Catholic church, ia the morning  there "was high 'ma*-.. Ia iht.  evening there -w-as a concert at  MoHe'y hall, and every seat iu the  place was taken and many were  compelled to stand, so large was  the crowd: Eveiy number on  the p.-qgratna was interesting aud  again demonstrated thafc Moyie  lies most of the town-5 in the  Kootenays surpassed , for local  talent.   The committee did Splcii-  s^s^zs^ir   yf  _   p   A     \ J -w.   M  fcquaicj  ft  Ilovyard ;r��trrq'iiti and Win \{)  liar.*.? returned Monday from ty/  th-eir trip eA*.c." ' '    *   \t/,  FOR SALE-Letter press al- S\(  most nave.       Apply    at  Leader jw   coj  Tobacos,      Confectionery  . ;.i; i;fruit, ;etc.^       ���-   \L  c''  [ .' .FARRELL/b^Tv-*"   ' ,  ���'   ���*���..,        '.*,,,    ",  I ..  ' . j  j. .    '*.". i    .. i        _ i * *'  MOYIE?  pitiu   fighter    of,  tho    world,   isjdid woik, for rthi y got? up a   pro-  married to a white woman.,  The Bank of Toronto wilt  abraiich in Vancouver ' on  15th, .-. -    ,     . '   -  Cranbrook will hold an indns-  trial, fruit ana agricultural1 fair  in September. '    - r  oGsce-  iutiodurid   and   more  s*f ..w.ortng  nieth(Hls  sot lot,-' colors  aro  Ai'j delicate tintii'in-cd. ���  Win.    K.   Suh-waiiJ..    who   wa*.i*}>' r   i v /i i   r i.  .. c       ������'"< '  -���i   i-   .   ith  *.     ���     '..    ' ���   .        Jit        ' I. I ii U L I: u ;ilo ,  with h.. A. Hill during thewmter,   rt/ _ ; '?.''���  left Tuesday for Vancouver. ''if/ .   ^V_t bought for this y.*ar "Imparl,"  ami   can'show  you a  '- ���       i * Mf '        ' ,     . ' , i      "  "   r ._.;���.,   ���-   ���   " i*   *. .    ���'  '    \./ :"'111^ of -���> patterns tn oh.io��c f"-;n in :i o-ialtUe?,    Wc also  L-issons in pnnoforte and  sing-   w , ,. ��� *'  ��� '.;'Beale;;��&ri:E^  ���,'-.',),',        ''      i.i  ,.      .Fire, Life- and Accident Insurance.-'  JLJAXBKOOK *- A ' iTiW 1A_Uj ,__->, ,'W-,  CALL  CleahT'Up":"������-..   ���- ..-^" ���-- ,   , ���-���'  1       \;> A. is the'kejf'iiote of Spring and- clban ,up -is  the  1 keynote of "'the housewife at this time. * '.a-J    -  -ind'inspect iny If all range  of WALL'PATERS,  "��� " /    i'.PAIN^'oiLsiVARNlSHES^E^AM^  .' '..  r li'-.;>L00R'PAJNTS;, ALABASTINE, CREVICE'-filler,  '  ::" i PAINT REMOVER;;ETC.  '.;.; .   ' ���  ,-;  T"';^Tr'-^^^Trfi/^'TT'C-' C0ME ANI^ SEEUS  J ^W^l Il'V-tt-M'" . REGARDING PRICES  It is reported that1 Billy  Poole  .'   t ,���(   i * i   ���  has.sold the Nugget mine at  Sal-  rao for 'SlOrf.000.      " *    "      ' , '     *  A* web t,wo and a quarter  miles loiig has .betfn dt-iwu trom  the body of a single spider.     ' -  There ia'au epidemic  of grippe  in Toronto,  and,    thousands  are  ,1 ���, i f*  suffering from the malady,    ,  ,The powder plant near Wallace,  rdaho,- exploded   tha other, day,  '' i ' id t '  killing three men and demolishing;  four; of the buildings.,,  TO" THE CITIZENS ,OF:M0YIEj, ,\ ,  -   lieu BE. Rice,'chief--of police   of  Spokane, lias resiguedhis position  to become secretary 6f the apple  .        **,*-'       *   , .      ��  show.,,-   '   r    I"      ' '  ."A smelter' will be built afct N"a-  naimo'to treat*tiu aud other ores.  Tlie tin?' ore will cotiio from' the  Sleward peninsula la''Alaska. -'" ���  Of  ATebeg^to'  announce tliat our stock"  .* DRY - GOODS.' GENTS   FURNISHINGS;'  ���'   '     BOOTS  and SHOES,, are  on  -the  road  �� -and should be in. in a few days.  '    ���  1 '    , ���*"     Intending     purchasers  ' of  , spring  goods would do  well  to  wait, as  our  ���   stock is'brand new'and of a high grade.  ROBERTS ��& MESSI  r Conrad Block  jliSK^K^Q^S^r?  > The hotel " men of* Eeruio-are  asking for a refund of a portion  of their licences to cover the time  they wero out of business after  tho fire. .      A    '  Coi-betfr has issued a challenge  to light either Jeffi les or Johnson.  He says ho is tired seiiug Johnson going around 'with his chest  out and nobody seeming inclined  to nieofc hiu_.  pen  supper was ,served, v, ", .  -Thos. E. Kelly Hlled the position  of c_miraian admirably, and in  his. opening -, remai ks he gave" a  carefu'.Iy prepared =oulogjr"on i!he  tifeofSf. .PtvCi-it-k. ' Following-"is  tlie ]>r6gra'me:' XThorei were'.some  few change-*, and most of those  who took parts ware compelled to  respond tb eucorcs. "  .1    Pia.hd Solo,     ���'Comeback'' to  Eriu,"'!.   . Liis Gamble,  2 SjJo�� /'Dear   ,Little '* Sham*:'  ' '    rock," ' -        Miss'Kennedy,   ,  3 Sjng,' '','EUIeeu Allaua," "Mrs.  R. KI' Wallace.   , " '.,,,"  ���i   "The^IIafc My .Father Wore,"  H. Jackson "' '       ^  5   Recitation, -"The   .Old ; Man  ��� '    and Jim',*"'' arartiu S. Morrell, [  the,St.'Eugene-,   ���       '  EGGS���Eggs forhatching from  pens of thououglibred, Rarred  Rocks and White l.ockf.'Sl'.dO foils'egg?."  " '     'J.   IL  liawki.  ,_...*���" , ,    ,  .' Miss M ir^arefc K-mneJy and  Miss Jonei wlcre up from Cranbrook Wednesday to take part iii  'the concert.' '        ,.  James    Laidlaw,     surveyor  of  Craubrook, ��� was '"here  yestei*d:iy  doing sbine 'work   for   t.he   Cam-,  bt-ian'Mimng company. ..    ,,   ,  , MUs Maud Bj.cn aud -Miss Rosj*  Carlson were up "from   Craubrook  Wednesday   .attending    tho   Sc.  'Patrick's  concert.,    '  ���> ' ' *  .   Ji?. King, M. L. A., and wife   or  .Craubrook'   are,  home  from   Vic-'  SI?  SI?  MacEachern  putation.  i    m i   * I  Macdonald  Did Yoir.Hsar It? -J Evangelistic Campaign  8   Song, "J-Iaudfid ,6f  Earth,"  ��� ' Mrs. Gilbert,  ���  ��'",. ,    "  7   SoBg, , ''.Off  t6 Philadelphia,"  ,'" ' T. Sjwerbiitts,   i   '* \ ,  Si Song, i;\Co*h3euiBawu,'* -Lois;  "iGamble,   ,-,   "   ��� i, ' '"'A ':/'  Solo,- ���''''Lv.llarncy',"'    Mi-s.  -E.  Patrequin, ", t�� "*���*_  '  9  10   Piano Solo,, ��� "Lily of the' Val-  i<-y,  Mrs. Jas. Whitehead,  toria, where tho doctor was" attending the ses.-iou.  ..-TORj 'SALE���Two- pure bred,  White Wynndott' cockerels, April  hatched, $^..00 Teach..--Mrs. Scott,  Creston, B. O. i.  ! -'= '���-���,.'  ' '.Cod and Nature," will bo-the  subject af; tho.-Methodine church  Sunday evening*. * Services at 11  a. m. an J T-'IO p. ,ui. Sar.augeis  welcome.  Moyie  i  I  i  *_���  i  i  VJ .^r-_^_r-_^��-zjs- /^i-7^_-7*_rr5.r ^  V      i' ���T  MOVIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  ���    _  The best'of accommodations  for  the Traveling  Public.  *  Largo and Commodious Sample Booms. Billiard Room..  McTAVISH 4 CAMERON Proprietor..  I  Tho force at tho Golden Zone,  near , lied ley. is to b-3 increased  aiid'the mill pub in * motion wbon  the'' water beconios abuudaut.  This mine is owned by Tom Mai k.'  and his brothers. ��  II  .12  13  l-t  "Tipperary'"v       Uy the Girls,  Song,    ''1^0   Of  Erin,"    Jliss  _��� "      T ,J-" '  lvenucdy,      .   *���  , Mandolin   Solo,    "AVoIlington  Maicb,"        W.  Lawson,  Recitation,       "Our       Polkb,"  Martin S. Morrell.  '.Father O'Flyuu,"    T. Sowor:  'butts,  Tableau- '  .The whistle on _N"o..L'U0,' n big  mogul engine attiched to" a  'freight train, got'out of *'kiltcr"  while, doing i-omo switching in  Moyio last Monday afternoon and  and had the people "bugs" for an  hour or two. Ton *or to second;-  w rpiitc a long time for a.  locomo- 'Moyio, Kotnio,'* N��Non  tive ,,wh*-*lle   fo    blow,  but   two  . r  hcuriof it  continuousily  was'al  most   beyond  human  endurance.  Ai   an  instrument of  torture .L  -i _. *  had the-ba'gpipes or a '���steam   cal,  liopc  skinned ��� in   fori v - differcul'  .. .  waj'ii. Tho train evnntually,  pulled out for Cranbrook and tin-  ear, splinting ,jsci-oi;ching died  down-into ^a pathetic wail and  then llually c*?a-*riil, niuoh to tlui  reliif of the sulTeriiig'people. "    ,..'  Making*   Beer.  'The    Presbyroii'ui   church<������ i.i  Catiada is plautdngand lias nearly  completed    arrang..iu<_..ts" for (a'u    -,'  evangelistic eaiupaigu uof li'iagni-   '-'  tude iu   the   Kootenay ,region   of  '-'  l-riti**h Columbia and south  wr*-. ,  .f'  tern    Alberta,    and'   Craubrook.   '-���'  , 'Rothland.-  ]i  Ktihlo. Slocan, S.-tudoii. Trail  and. *���  pos*ibly Folue towns in"tho 11 juu**  daryttdi**tricl,of  ^Vost   ICootcuay,'.   '*!  aays tho Wiunipqg I^ree Pi-Wj. A"  ���Tho workers whp will   carry ou     *  tlie wurk com-i.sts of a number ���of ",'*'-  J. "Wilbur Cliaimian'n  eyaugelistt   -!"  aud singfjis, aud a   largo 'uu'inhor ,   i  oC Ctyiadu's greatest pastors'alKl'V".".'  prtifossoiv'.   , Sjuio . of. those  i 4 (l  utteud, tp joui tlio party.,ar  W, l>.'l'.ijid. pa.tor of tho'provi,uo i,  ...f Quebec and, ono of   the  most;  unto I and po-vqrful  niiaisbera^iti  the city of   Mnutrea-1;  Prof.    K'tl-  ,'.','��� *��� ������>'��� ��� ! r--irfe*i  * ,-IV  .   ' -       lA'Trisf-i  7A -*.!**.*. 'ipi.  ���A.: , (J.   fv*"%  ' "t '���!  -7  ! v-t  '���'A  >: I  ' fl^-'l  ���:p\  ���-~y> "V  m  i' 4 .'HI  p---.j-.iS  m\  ''AM  '/,   ; If-V-sp  *��/  ,--.-i-Si*!,  L~3\  ���^hA XfA^-iM  :, iuv. ���uA*i]m  #  j;  Tho   best  show  seen   in; M 13-10 1 ���*'**  for some time was   tho   Count ,of  ����   tho'imuki'l,   by   tho'fii^ti  ����|(;,utIofi  Mouto. CtNto,    wich   , Frederick lllcxt wtick!   '-1'-'"'-"1 hrewcry has the  Clarke in  the  loading  mlo.    The   rpputatiuit   of    turning   out   the  hero    hist    h'.Uurdny I lj,-*"('   bocr    iM ' tll��   couutiy.nnd  '���r-uppJ'n " nut only Moyie, but,   t-*ev-  ITeatiier, the same sort that is  found in Scotland, *is said to grow  iu abundance in tho Rocky mountains, in East Kootenay at an  altitude of about 7,000 feet ou  the opon'land above the ti-ubor  line.  c  _*_r zsrTjr 7^^A-"^ ^ V*r*r^ s^rt^^r^  s-  JUST   AKRIVED.  Some nobby styles in Derby shoos, just lhe 1  been looking for ia Oxfords and I..1I3. Also  _. __ 1 c ornin ilnniiirv Clollnng.    U111 a  Sc  have be       .,  Spring samples of 20th Oontury U<  your measure for the latest stylo for -spnng  dale   umishing 5louse.  kind  you  our now  and  leave  ;it   tbe up  to  -*��*���.  Imperial Bank of  ���-$10,000,000.  -5,000,000.  *  Capital Authorixod-������-  Capital Paid Up������-  ���    , .. ;  _--5.000.000 |  BRAnGHM_i . lso,    RcV(.IsWke. Vlctoriaand.Vunoouvcr  ,  ���  Arrowl_c_4, Oolilcn, Kamloops, Miclifl,^1-'^". ���  I .^vings BankDepAi-tment, g  Interest Allowed on deposits at current rate from, date of C|  deposit. g  CBANBEOOK BRANCH. |  j/F.-M. P1NKHAM,  Manager  Chas. A. Ross, who was injured  by a falling tree whilo clearing  land near Ryan a few weeks ago,  died at tho Cranbrook hospital  on the 17th. Tho remains we're  shipped to North Yakima, Wash.,  for burial.  It i*? rumored that tho North-  port smelter will be closed shor.y.  The Fiist Thought mine at Orient,  which has been shipping its ore  thbro, expect to contract with tho  13. C. Copper company at Greenwood to take its output.  Miners from Rosslaud arc in do-  inaiul in the tunnel work at Field.  Tho contrctors ��� find that tho  machino men of R-ossland are the  best they can "get, as thoy aro  used to tho hard formation like  that whichis found in the Ross-  land camp and at PiekL;. They  are genuine "hard rock" 'minor.-.  The "Pay Streak" Which i3 to  be the amusement street of the  Alaska^YukOn-Pacific Exposition,  is three quarters of a mile long,  yet there were five applications  for every site on it which enabled  tlie directors   to  select only  the  Plan  Big' Meeting.  The Odd Fellows of Moyio aro  planning for a rousing meeting  neKt Tuesday ovening. A large  number cif members from the  Cranbrook lodgo will bo here, and  their degree team will exemplify  tho first degree. 'A supper will bo  served at the Contra* Hotel. All  members of tho order aro requested to attend.   ..  Summers  is   Building.  Calder Bros., contractors, havo  commenced wotk on the now  building for Tom Summeus which  is being erected on tho lot immediately opposite P. Rums'  meat market. It will bo LSx2t  and will bo occupied a*, a store.  Mr. Summers expects to occupy  tho building about April   1st.  show   was  night.  Thero was an eutortainnient at  tho Presbyteiian church Itibt,  night given by the Sunday school  children. At tho, eonelii&iou ia*  cream and-other refieshiueut'.  were served.  August Mtiollor is hero from  Rugina aud has assumed tho bu.i-  net-s managotnetit of tho Mjyio  Brewery, taking tho place "of his  father, who went back to look  after Ids largo brewing plant-in  Regiua.  V ,,  Presbytiorian church. Sjrvico  on Suudny evening at 7:,'10. _Mrn.  llerrett, Mrs. Doagon, Mr. T.  Sowerbutts aud Mr. T. I'aton will  siug a quartette entitled "Will  Your Anchor Hold." Kvorybody  invited.  a1*  patrick o*' the liuox College, 'Tur-,  Tho    Moyio   Brewery   is  ngain | ���utc.;i,P,fUc*.,,a| J'., trick,   of  Mint-  turning out'beer aud will havo   il J ton.v cA._lep��, and liar. Charles W.'  ("Uilph   (Jjiuior"!,    tli j  noted minister and   uovoli-st,  l.'i..   intended   that,  the pirty  shall leave . \Vitiuipeg  ab ml   thi'  ib-H of April, aa the  mmubers   uf  the pirt.yare  expected   t>  ha   i\  the   Held   by   April   'Ith.      Prof,  Ivilp-itrick and Hcv. 0. W. third on  will'cover    tho  cut.iio   Hold,  but  tho   remaining ministers  will   bo  stationed in v.u'iou*" district-..      A   1  portion of  tlie   parly  will  opai.d  three week"* iu tlio Meld,  ami   tho   '  rciti.iiudor six weeks.   'I.']very miy  of tho   ovangi-li'*ts   is  giving  hi-  cutiru tittio freo and will bo   paid  only    the  baro   expenses  of  thi   '  ���Liip,  such  as    railway  face au I  boaid.  fl  oral of tho surrounding towns  well.      '  Feltham iii Luck.  ~"W. .I. '"olthani, mauager of tho  Aurora mint?, received word tlii-  wock that an estato in Wi. oonsiu  which vA'a? loft hhn by ru uncle,  but which was ' hi litigition, has  boon settled. The citato is a valuable 0110, and Mr. Foltham's  t-haro will bo up in tho four figures.  1 'g?.'j.  ���V-'-'.-ft'l  *"'5ifc  -31  1.  ' -A.  Will Locato Here,  Shareholders'  Meeting  A meeting of tho shareholders  of the'Moyie Telephono it l-Icctric  I,ight company was hold in tho  sample rooms cf tho Central  hotel last night. Tho a flair.* of  tho company aro in a vory satisfactory condition.  A Real Estate Deal.  This week R. A. Smith sold lot  ���1, block 5, on Victoria street to P  J". Sroytb, who made tlio purchase  as au invesrment. Mr. Smith in  l tends  putting   up   a  building on  f**^ ������������-'��<��-&  ���tj^otii*^**********^ Iiu; H"at tle Juue ,L  1 best attractions.     The  fair opens! bla ]ofc wher0 lus ghoo  8uop  uow  Board of Trade  Another meeting of tho Mojio  Board of Trado has boon called to  ho hold at tho samplo I looms of  lhe Central hotel next "Wednes  day evening at 8 o'clock. Thi'*- U  the third time an effort lias been  made to hold a mooting, and it is  hoped that tho attendance will bo  sufficiently largo to tiausact the  business r<>r which the meeting i*-  callod. M'oyie's board of trade  should bo alivro aud wide awake  to its interests.  Mr. and Mrs. Mil ward Lea are  again living in Muyie, ami it i��  their intention to build and ro  main hoie, Thoy already have  property hero, being tlio hwuoih  of tho pla-jo occupied by,M. -I.  Gill. Mr. and Mi'-i. Loo havo been  living in I'enticton for tho past  coin do of yearn.  Improving the System  A small force of meu aro being  onqiloyed steadily by tho Moyio  Water Company lowering tho  main1*- and otherwise improving  the hy st. .mi. The id(Mb*sis-. to get  tho pipp-i below tho frost line ���*. >  tin Lo avoid Llo uiunl freeTteups iu  Iho winter.  stands.  New Law* Firm.  It is stated on good authority  that J. A. Harvey, IC. C, Crai:-  brook, and S.S Taylor, K, C.^ of  Nelson have formed a partiiei  ship aud will open a law office  Vancouver about May 1st.���',���} ;-.  Harvey will move to 'Vancdu*. or.'  but "will retain bi3 ropnec-.ioii-  with the Craubroik. office.   '  perfect.-'of fe-aveiii-rsg ��� egefits*'  alum, lime or ammonia, ���  _Sr*_5 ~^X  ,;.*i,-.��x>."  1.  t*t-V<'^-p.^j!��';'>^*ffll?*';1*-^  W/?*_-'!-_5________E________E  iTfii&^ttxmflv^***��*���  JI  ln.iiW.H-WH-Witi-1 ii'.  THE     LEADER.     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  ii-  <*'\    -_"  ���*.'  A*~i X  j,)A$  ��� !���  Ayr   (i't^j,'.:1  r > -:vk:*V.-,��'f  ���* tA AiaAZA    ���  i.A'ii! <C)$\S A    '  '-* *sa.i *-_��7 ���*'���'- -   ,  ,'�����_ 'i*"5?k_i',--���*-'  -.*���     _���"- ,^-*-. * -    _i  i*--.'^'if,-*--..'    - �����  ' , ' M-'~'   iii. '���. % ?     *  s    *. --j       'Af -^.    .J,'        'i I  .H7&;-^. .*.;������?.���,  ,      _.' **,    tff-v; , ;*>. ._>    ,   >  i ^..->>\.~AH' A-'&i ���'  v_&'1.3'*rV.;��--^  The Spoilers.  By   REX  E.  BEACH.'  Oofrrnght.   1_SX.   by   Rex   B.    Bv__*___.  lier eyes were starry and ,jn their Even yet Glenister had made do  deaths lurked neither selfishness nor j slightest move, realizing that a fc-itb-  jealousy now, only iliat mysterious  glory of a woman who moke sacrifice.  Together tbey .-curried back to tlie  stable,, and yet, 1a that =hort distance,  slie would bare been sv-.ept frmii lier  feet had he not seized her. Tbey blew in  through the barn door, -streaming and  ACUTE INDIGESTION     struggungjingers.  Cured Through the Timely Use  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  i ���*;  ���a. .  ,*,_,__-,.  ._.--:  r_w I1. "__ c *   . if  J;*    a*.ii*  *��� i? -     5,;-4,-j"  M'."'f 'ij-^nx'' ._;;-  ftf**'  - s;i./.,iJ'-*:;j'-|=,  *'-*aVf.V^fV��'M      -i  -._��� s*    .*  J *���_ ���_- " �� _ ifV f- j   * ' .  ,lAhi'i*.-f^-'*"if,^4';.  |.. I     . .f *   -r V - ��� ,*' ., T*7T,   ' -   *      i  . * >.'' l\- '-'I*--.., - Jjj i'f.   ���  (Continued )  i  ��� i  1 Tie entered ibe door without knocking to find iho *_r-r'r remo1 In*_r li.'-f, v'o iL  Her fac-e gladdened^al si_**'.t of him,  but lie checked her wilh quick* and  cautious ci .voi-d**-*. hs ��-'t-i'i li almost  drowned by (lie ro.ir'ou'side.  "Are you alone':'!> Slie noddeil. find  he "-li'iippd tli*1 boll btdiind him. saytn-j:  "'i*hr> mai-i-liai-s are after ..inc. Wo  jus-t had a 'run in' at fi" Xoi-tliem.  and I'm on the .to. No-,nothing s*.*i*i-  ons yet, but thoy -.v.iut Uie vitfilanto >.  and I must pet them word. Will yon  help me?", lie iMpidly recounted the  row of tbe lust ton minute*-,' while she  soaked   by,   the   blinding  sheets   that t she had discarded it,  drove  r*cyt'li*t*!_l.e  ahead   of   the wind  lie   struck    a    lipht.   and    llie   pony  whinuied   at   reei-jniition  of   his   mis  tress.    She stroked  tiie  little  fellow's  muzzle while Glenister cinched on her  saddle.    Then  when  she was at last  mounted, she leaned  forward:  "Will you kiss me once, Roy, for  the last time?"  1 ITe took her rain wet face between  1 liis bands and kissed her upon the lips  as he would have saluted a little uiaiJ.  As he did so, unseen by both of them,  a face *.vas pro-ssed for an instant  against the pane of glass in the -.table  wall.  ���'You're a bra  bless you," he s,  er's weight might snap tbe gambler's  nervous tension and bring the involuntary twitch that would put him out  swifter than a" whip ts cracked.  "I  have tried '.t before,  but murder-     .here is no medicitw can ei]u;.l Hi  isn't my game."   The Kid's eye caught , Williams" Pink Pills fer s-tomach trou-' to &0 wm- the state of affairs-but the  the glint  of Cherry's  revolver where , bles.   These Pills iiih not an runi-ciul * cIt_- ls flowje<_ with Unsslaus, eager to     1..,,,        Tli..-.*    iifl .        . . ..            ....      a.��  A   Great Army'of Vocalists  Eager  For  Engagements.  At present  tin*re  are  uot aa   many  .Vmericaus as usual  in  Milauo���possibly the lute crisis may have something  "There's a ijun. ; appetizer nor a  ' in uatun-  timulunt.  owii way I'V in  They act  tbe  f'"-'*Y -'A, obtain   a   chance   to   appear   on  akui-ir lien,   boan]!. and -vnung to pay well for an  '..ft it! _     . .  "It's no good.    You'd carry the six   red blood.   Tins new blood gives vigor, eQ t jasIi���g off and on for six i  I don't'10  all   the   organ*-?.      Wlien  it     now.-.   ���*.���*���*��..._,���.  I'm afraid.    I used to be a sentiemau. , 3Ueni,.h  l6 digest  ������       T|)(, jjouri.-.h- �� fr"0Jn"sevenlv-five to a hundred.    Most ,  und I haven't lost it nil,, I suess.    Bat | ment  is  absorbed   by tlie  blood,  nnil   Qf (h(.se pu^ugi-  a   -|01]{; list  of  their ���  clients, and it is seldom that the same '  I won't wait tlie ue\t time. I'll down  you on sight, so you'd better get  .troiiea   in   a   hurry.''     Tie   backed   ou  I carried   to  every  oig.in  in  the   body, i  That is how Dr. William.*-' Pink l'ill-vl  Duchess Versus Lord Chancellor.  I Tho lSnglish House of Lords hrui  never been particularly kind to its  ' fair visitors. Lrong ago. in the duya  I'wheu duchesses sold their kisses for  votes, the House of Lords forbade  ���' them to ent��r, ar.d a battle royal eu-  i sued between the "Indies and the  ' peers. Tlie Lord Chancellor had  ' sworn Hint he would not let thorn in,  , and the DuchebS of Queensberry had  ! sworn that, ladies should 'come in,  "This being rcpoi.ed,"*"\ve read in an  old diary, "thi. peers resolved to  starve them out. An order was made  that the doors should,not be opened  till they ht-d  raised  their siege."  These amazons now showed them-'  selves qiuili-ied for the duty, even of  foot soldier.-.. They i-tood there, till 5  in the afternoon without, either sustenance or iijtf'runs'don, ��� every "now  and then playing volleys of thumps.  ul  tlie room into  the sein  ; | cure  stomach  troubles and  all   blood, name  appears   in  two different  lists. ��� kjcks an-(1 ,*rf.,;rt .,Buin!.t "the door with  i- ' ,,__ -o,   . ���   ,       .. ...   ..    i.i-' Tbe one now   before   me���one of  (he >    ......    .,__.   _.._   ,   ifi-.i-LnAs-. or   diseases. That is how they give henlth  luaiKiiess or , .uld sm.llgth to ^.^ WOJ.,,_oui 1,t.0plt  best���gives the  names of 033 artists.  Un*   kitchen,   watching   with   lyusJlke, j     Ml.    H    T|10mas  Cmry,   Pon  .Malt-[ These may be divided into three class  desire  an  so  much   violence   I lint  the speakers  in the Ko.u.se were scarcely heard.'   At  I last by strate-Tv worthy  of it general  the Indies "all  rushed  in  and  placed  Lost Energy  Mr.   Geo.   P.att,    - -���  ��ys: �� Hour years' a��I Sy"^\0��t,  wts so run down    ibin ,L  " '^  long  contract j themselves'jn   the   front   row   of 'the    that we thou��hi he wa- ��o'    .R,,ci,!t*.  ies of Caruso, ' gallery," whore they remained ,till an    cline   and   feared he Vould8-^,nl�� �����*��������  i   in  the  nioining and  a sallow, '     ,.���,.���.��� ,,,. ,.,������_ i,..,.-���<,.  Later as the.-,e symptoms! equally .well .known); (W those hail.ig  mrougn tn: sevtre told of  h.   -���'  months.   The boy h!d no ,DDhlVln,t''  seemed -o have lost .11 eneVW **��� I  est in life.'   He was altogether Ir,. ,n|t"  badsh.pe.'    HiScondi,.o8.,hca  ��  gravest anxiety. a u ���_.  !/��� f'r*_3k _ ,....rft ," "f.  well."  .���'Shipjnek   ami   Pe\-  are  out   at   the  f-lui-'ilio'iise ��� you    Icnow^- tha,r    rpinrl'.  <���'iim on  the mountain above the .Mi  (' is.''     Ho   hesitat-ii.   /-Will   you   lend  tux your saddle   bor.se?     It'*-,  a   blac-1;  i;'ght. sin*l I may kill limi."   ���  '���What about these men in town?"  'Til'warn them first, then hit for th-"*  golden sands, and know . BOYISH     DESIRE     FOR     WORK.  that the fir.->t great storm of the fall I  ,  had   come.     Henceforth'he  saw'  that I Often a (S:gn of Arrested Development  the  violence Of men  would  rival the /' ( .    _ _  rising elements, for tbe deeds of this  ,ivi"rp ��t %>?&- "#���'�� -"���-V3r 11  r}i*��v��t l?rte*X'J>Te+i ^ -    ' "I ii "\varn m-uiu nrhi, iiu'ii nu  iur ia  b^W#&H:p -.��������-.������ '   - '  ���   r^hM^)M^$rA ' ���Slj<-'sIiook !)t>r liefttl* "Yo" c:ii,'1t��'  . ' \?!^MH$M^M,;&iy;''. lf*V Yo'�� c-au't get ,out tliere before day  Instead  of Strength.  ,    Parents often think 'that their son is  , night   would; stir   tlieir   passions   as i especially promising because be wants'  Aeolus  was   rousing the-hate  ot  the I t0 get to, work young,  wants to'leave  sea- ��'  '��� ' ' . school and be earning.   This is never'a  He neglected, to bolt the house door  1 as'be entered, but flung off his dripping  coat    anil,    seizing   pad    and' .pencil,  ..scrawled    his    message. ������ 'I'he    wind  others '��� ,10ur  before,cmidnight,  "-pplauding or   through"th ."severe "''*,'��U-d' "���"  i._���,,._ > hissing to the.r ,liearL.'  content.  complexion.   Later as these svmptonw I equauy ,weu ,i_i.uv--.h; iw -��������.- -J-^ <��-*.    developed    mv  tongue    wa��    heavily j short engagements, ending In a mon i. ,     .... ^~~~~ ~ ,       '  coated; especially in the inor.ung. and J or two, and '(c)  those who have notli-'   M.nard s   L-mment   Cures   Burps, etc,  T felt particularlv dull.    My appetite1 Ing to do. '   ' l , ���     - ^  began   to  dwindle,   and  even   a   light [     Kemember, this' Is only one list, tliat |     ''       '   New Artificial Stone..   '     ,     >i . unuiiBiciy i procured PSYriin.'    I  meal left nip with a sense of having ; jr mentions only tried'artists and that '     According tothe Denver boat, a mar-    'or hitp and this soon g��ve him   '     I  eaten'too much.    As  I giew worse  11 i-puind  these  Is an. army' of  singers j ble-llke material, declared to lie a great    lease of life.; It Is.reaily remar.,m'[??.''  ate barely enough t,�� sustain my body hare stU(],e(-  fVom -���  _-  _..-'- ' ... '--'  -   ���      raoidlv this  �����i,���h,h _-j:-   ��*h.  but still  experienced  the most acute ���  ������-   ������,   ���������,_   <���,._.  pains.   A wretched languor came over' 3*���"  ��nd  are  eager   for  me. which I could'not throw off.    It   ment: tbat foreigners do not have au f furnaces mixed w,!t_i a little dime.. The  seemed as if I were always tind, with' equal chance with natives, and one has j sing Is crushed and'powdered, one-sey-  but little strength  anil "frequent  vip-l, Utile idea of the difficulties a   begin- j enth part of '..ulel-Huic ls added, and  lent, headaches.    The remedies given; ner and a foreigner has to encounter. , '.the,' mass, made'lato a paste'with wa-  New Artificial Stone..   ' ,1     " Fortunately' I procured  him and this soon g��vi  _ ���_..,_ , __.,   ���  .e of life.; his really rer...,.,-  two to Uir'ee ' advance over'other artificial stone, Is   [boui"y ih'* sple"fd med'cT_.,bJ*!B'I*  * nn engage- | now made from the waste%!ng of blast   bln��'��*���\\��\\e )^���"��>  same "youth.      PSYCHINE &*!  speedy cure and he ���ai.ota'W^Jj  about on the farm agjin.  T��_ .   .  roDoatTounir fjUow, ^-ll_ir_nythla0*'r.,'.,J,.��  _h��a Bii brotkera.  me' bjr, my doctor,  as  well  as many j  others, failed  to restore mc, or even i floating  about   Italv   for f'e!ght years. ] The blocks so formed on drying hove  to relieve me. ',1 *p*- in this very un-��� ���Iad ttf   " t ��� cj-ancc '    '  Caruso'with ills beautiful voice was ! (er.  Is   pressed   Into   molds  of   metal.  y  for f'e!ght years, ] The blocks so formed on  gladttf get a chance to slug now nnd ; the consistency  of .chalk.    They  nre.  sign of strength, but a ways of weak- hapnv' state for almost a veai when 1 ;*..     <��� .'    .....    1,     . *        .  JT, ,  . .   s    .       .   .    -, .,   .  ���     . ,, ,  ..r_=     wi,..,   ���   i ���,.     .'.,.���    +.  ,.�����   .^ "Hi'.*.,,*-1"1"  iJ1 ��mi"*-.L     yjn "��^",J,   then   n Utile theaters at $1  a   night,     placed   in  iron cy Inders  from   which  uess.    When  a   boy  wants  to  get   to .'read m-a newspaper one day of the* I ,        ,      ,        .. .      r ,'   -    .       .    '���    ���       ���' ���> J-  work instead of getting readv to work euro of n ca.4e similar to mine tluough ��� irna *\ w"as "Ot*,*?"1"1 ���� wfs  . hard work .���.��."��� ^M&^S^'  ���peak too hlchlr of MrcHWi ii to'  aaved ourboy and mad* aaaa of iS^1'  lOllgt  the use of .Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Prevents the children taking c U-,_-.,  off that terrible malady La GriR'  completely fortifies them tBalnttK  It should always be ui.d for aft  fortunate j the,air, la pumpc-d  out and  then  re-  enough' to get' a  contract   for-South i placed "���srith carboplc acid, nnd  after .    -- ...  mous. { n,.few days In this gas tho bydrateof    |rfPPe* ��* ��ness, loss of appetite,��--, ���  ily I lime becomes tcarboanted, binding the ' I"?.,,. Hj";, x.   -.   ��^> Limited,"  rtlst  j mass into ��   rock of greac  hardnes,^ *tel^%2Z^J%%***  almost     lhe finished stone takes; high polish, ' *  w'  Hi^.'^ii^Q-'A'AH  "I'm afraid s��, but It's" all  I can of  fer.    .yiil you give me the horse V  -, your rulr.?/ but thoy forced me  back t'o j get ready for'the doing of'things.     '   ' j joving the best of health, with'never1  ; first principles in spite of myself, and now |-v 'a'eachers often greatly err in'dealinj? ' a   twinge   of   (lie old   trouble, "and .1 t tune was made-  'tr  D0��-  spark' and Is  erythlng for his  r'-__tT_ai__<fT.,",1...:.�����___< __S_n_. I-l ly  f THt 6R-L&TEST Of IQWC5 KB ��Aim UJipm\ I  : i'  What Men'Reject.'  tie and a chill race up his spuie. His  heart fluttered, then pounded oil ward  till tlie' biood  thumped audibly'at his  i ed. treated as a-,disease.  ! <* We make a lot of talk about,defec*  ''   ",   i  \       , Varietlea. '    ��� '     .,  "T.llggljisi  Is ioIwuxSt talking  sense." ''..',, i '..  "Which, kind?" asked ,M!ss Cayenne.  "Is there more,than,one;'kind?'"..  , a ._.       - '-'Yes., SomemiMi   talk-the'-klDd  of '  _A man vftis huyinp* a tit- M or*- I  battle an"eu-    nonsense, that   makes you'laugh.'nnd, fully laid aside on.1- '��r i��u ������_. n".  aH'iti" perils.    olhers   talk, the  kind, that  mnkes'ypu' worthy, of'ifco.is.dfcrni.-iii.   Tito* pales-.  s, sliould' not    '���eLsprry for them/*-Wastiington SUr., man picked put'on*, of fie' rejC,_____i'  ��� into   the   ."ray,  ' ' r*���. '���  ���       / ] plniied  jt hi ,a  _.epaiuis. ,'wx.   ��hi_.  Brid-eaVln--      Pi.-,'.....   uT" <.oi-i  i .    /- '  *,,   l-��roinpt-?d thf* buyer ;u .i-k if ft had  Bnu_,c8.in ^.Repeat  it:���VShiloh s Cure   will   beon IlIttcw, vviii, thuJ-'ho v..-,,,!^^;  : always cure m>* coue-hs and colds,-:''    nt by" inihtnke.-O,       .      '    T'  ,  y;l,*|;. v; j I  uJ'afi V;-" ��*  _^?,'*L *''" '  KM^.��fKKr/,Tif.'it ' -,  would do any good?"'   He gazed gravely  into  bur   wiile  blue eyes and said  awkwardly;    "Yes, I know.    I'm sorry  tilings ��� are���-as*   tbey    aro���but     you  wouldn't have mo lie to you, little woman V* , '     .    -  ��� ."No.     You're   the   only   true   Ui.in  I  over knew.    I guess that's why I love'  you.   'And I do love you. oh, so much!'  _   want to be'good and'worthy .to love  you too*." '  '[ 'UhCoI.iid her face against bis arm and  c.iVessed.him  with clinging tenderness,  ,  vhile the'wind yelled loudly about the'  eardrums and he found himself, sway- j -.Jjt \^"-ls Y^^]v  ing in rhythm to i.'s beat.   The muscles-1 wp .,���et'bus.'v������ j,  lot his back cringed ai.U_j-lpp.ed at the ! ;r*esstve develop  proximity of some hovering'poril,. ant] ,_sichtedness  . yet au irresistible feeling forbade him j is=criniinhl  r *      .' "   ' ' M.usical America.  Twoismall b.oys had .stiayed in the- /'   ,   ��� > '  ���   t|ye sight and hearing, arid'we do well. . u,H?"n}'  ro,oin   ��<l a, ce'"Iah*  museum i       ���    ,The New' Financial''Game. ,,",      'T ."Unhnn', frn-m TiT-T^iT" A' ���A,A   ,  ��� more'tmnortint thit   -     Wot s   these?"   sad   one.       ���',       '     ���������� ni-iin Rivnnl  llal*> ,wlm lms -_rot '       J��,1K''\* "Om the. price ye charged  more important tn.it_ , ..      \Miil.im uayard llnle,.��uo has got   me/nesj-hlwr, ye put thr.'e gallon uv  in defective mental pro-   ���._,,;"'"0���5, *5,;    i       "i ���     IO"g i more  fume  by   suppressing an1 inter- ��� m'I,issf_i  in  ii  tw.-g,Ulou  ju^ *   Vatw  quency'"and,  status of and  to turn.   A sound came from close behind his cli.'tir-the drip,  drip, drip of  wat(er.   It was not from the eaves, nor ��� nipnt  yet from  a   faulty  shingle.   His   back-!  was to the kitchen door, through which j  be had come,'and, although there .were'i  no mirrors before him, be felt a  men- J  neing presence, as surely as though it j  had touched him.   Ills ears were'tuned j  to, the  finest  pin  pricks  of sound,  so ]  ���that    he    heard    the'-' faint,    sighing  '���siiuish" of a sodden shoe upon which  a  weight bad  shifted " ��till something  .chained" him   to  his  sear     it was  as !' ler,;it_. n^'bas'b^r^a^odaT'and :Wmiratimi"��  though bis soul laid a restraining.hand     OYtrn ������,:,,������i ,n ���,���',_.��,-,___��� ,, ���,   '    .' <lr*ulonb-'  ; speakis   well .because  he Is  a' clergy-  s an  unpatalleM _m-t.ic-.ly    tori cnhU.  coughs,  inllui'n/.,-t' and <iisense-, of-llu"  . ".Oli.   no;*'   wii,  tile ,H-.--jii.rix;, "b_i*  we havo'order-,��when hvv"or ".arta*  turn doWn a tie !__��� tfi*'.* look ovrr -  box to liiki* it and  lay it. hm..?'*  -"Then what beceme-i nf it."  "\V-.�� -sfljll Ufem U> v.fiiiifit tth. (j_ffi��  in here io buy tiei- '"or u-.n,"  ,p.,.jJsi��Vj* _&,t4 ',   0 . I  in her,,voice that her solt accents were  - blui-ply disiingiiishable above the turmoil. Tbe growing wiliinos*-* seemed  a pari of the, woman's passion, \\hich  wlilppod and harried her like a willow  in a blu.--.. , v  "Tiling... are   fearfully jurnbled," -lie  said finally.    "And tins is a bad time  t ) talk about them.    1 vvi-li they might  lie diileri'iit     Xo other girl  would do  'evvhat you have of-ered (onitrht."  "Then why do 'you Hunk of that  ���vMi'nuni?" -he broke in Get eel_-. -'She's  bud and lalse. She l.etra.ved .vou once  Flic's in the play now; vou've told me  m yourself., Wliy don't you be .i ni.in  a-id forget her."  '���I can't," be said simply. "You're  wrong, though, when v i.u think Mk-'.-  b.ld. i found toiimlit that she'- :_-0f*'l  R.ul brave and Ii'mot. 'ibe,pan siie  I'la.ved was played iiinocenflr.'['iii --ur.*  oi' tli.it, in spite of the f.ict that >!j.-'!1  r any McNaiiiaru.' It was she v. le,  heard them plotting and risked her  icput.'tiiiii lo winn me.''  Cheiry's, face whiteiieil,' while the  shadowy eagerness that bad re*.tod  ,1'ieie died utterly. "She came into  that dive alone? Sho did that':" lie  nodded, at which she stood thinking '  for some time, then continued: "You're  uuoti his body, wailing for the instant,  lie let his hand seek hi**? bij carelessly, but remembered where liis gun was.  Mechanically he addressed the uote in j  shaking characters,,'while  behind  him ;  sounded   the  constant  drip,-drip,  drip j  that   he   knew   came   from   saturated j  garments.   For a long moment he sat, '  till he beard tbe stealthy click of a gun-J  Jock muffled by finger pressure. 'Then !  lie. set liis face and  slowly  turned to !  find  ihe   Bronco  Kid  standing  behind i  him as though risen  from  the sea, his ;  light clothes wet aud clinging, his feet ,'  centered  in, a  spreading'puddle.    The ,' -j--,  dim  light shoved  the convulsive  fury I  of   his    features   above    the   leveled !  weapon,   whose   hammer   was   curled I  back like the .head of a striking adder, I  extra political in clannishness much of  the fraternity zeal''indicates .approach-'   "walking ' lc.i.siire.v       around      the  ing .arrested . development. 'It   is' en>  Egyptian Spinx ' -the* traveller ' from J  , ho'me''with them and'has to pay a ..6r-v  girl -wants ,to,'. find  feit.'  j anytlmiir in h.-r top,-H_rettu,dri.\vVr .she  igets a-stick and' f-tirs  ev'ei'ylhiiij..  in  .,���,���.���   '      -  .      .*���_.'-    ';the drawer "'round.,'  If-rwh.it  kIk*-i,  "John" Fully Americanized.   ���>        Inokinir   foi   doc-th't   e'ii.  "*.   '<!  Jirely clear-already that this is charac-   Ameiica inspected it fiom., all  points!   "n ere-is tbe badge of the, complete ,f���ce- 1}^U   ^A  *���   ��A:'f.��l   ���!*.L^t  teristic of the high  school'fraternity,   of view. , - ,     ,   '     KAmeric_.uizlng.of a Chinaman," said a'l there,���Atchison lilol*. .'  because, it   almost   Invariably 'means    v ' Tt's, a shame;''  he exclaimed,-"to I drug clerk who was putting up a, box . ' j ' ',      t\  that a  set of  fellows dare not  trust   leave  the  thing in that shape.    If   1','of   quinine  capsules.    ,"���Most   Chinese 1 ���'    _������ - - - ,_.  . A.  themselves to win honors in the open had it out, in Chicago I" could clap", are TsIow about forswearing oriental  contest, but seek it as a favoritism by a good cement nose on that face so. drugs and'quackery. Many of them  means of a little band of social high- <_i��ck it would make it*, head swim!"- live here for years before they can.be  waymen. as many of these high school   ~Chicago Tnbune. ��� ��� . tempted   to   sample   occidental   medl-  frate.ruities.are.    * , ���     ��� J cines, and some of them live and die  Repeat- without  making  the  experiment.    In  Corns 'cniwii iiuu-i.,. ���*!if!."-iii*j, i*_t  Hollow-iy'i*. Co'nuljiire uffn- ,i -[.r_ij  .illre,'1,'and  *��,at isfuetorv   r. .iri,    *  .   V     _ v.., i^�����- ���_.-.-  Civil .Service' In Engltnd ��nd Amt'iu.  'The   .dI(Ter��*-ni'(. ' Letwet*n   the cJvti  Service  examiuntiyn  In  Enshntl nad  ln   America   Iii  InifHiriant atidjo'ti.  VfldvartUij,'?   of" the   .'ngiy.. ��� h'tbe  ' United" Slates the ubjc*. t"(s"lafiiwsi e_-  . tlivfytrto discover, the I'mniwlhte fr  ,nes��.Jbf theo cafidldates, f.*r Ilii* nrt  .tliey'iB-T!-' expected'so do.   I���-,.-,'_;���!._-  "ho ObJ��r*<:t In most en si's is to'nmnn  whrU Uirjr ability lo do tJ.�� work il-  be ftftert ihey-fhav'o le.-i'nml ii.-Frua  "The -"CovQrn mem Jof Kii^laud,'', t; i"  I^iu'rc'uce Lowell.       -' ���    ;  A L- T I  ON   A  MODERN   WARSHIP.  e  Feelings of a  Commander  as  Da-1-  '' scribed   by   Himself,  -low the commander of a modern  big American battleship can feel is disclosed  in the following, taken from a  bis eyes gleaming with  frenzy.   Glen- * .  ,,������      .... ,       .   ���.  Hater's mouth was powder drv, but his'I le .^ wnUei. by sucb an oUK'er:  mfnd was leaping riotously like dust ,, Ahf�� are nlore tbun ������ men on  before a gale, for he divined himself to ! l^S.S,bip; ��nd, on lhc tUeory tbat ttn  be In, the deadliest peril of his life. . ��?',, ' of �� >e sovernnient Is a servant  When be spoke the calmness of his I ^Ul(* P^'V ara the servant of these  voice surprised himself I ^  n,en   and   acD   bo*-,n* to see   that  it:���"Shiloh's Cure will always   f?ct' wl,en a Cllinntr!an turns cosmo-i  ciir*��    m-u*    /sm.o-t,^ j . j    ��� i PoUlan  taking American  medicines Is  cure    my    COUghs     and    colds." | his  final accomplishment. _ But  when  "* : ' I he,does get the medicine habit quinine >  "Those  new  neighbors  of  oins  are *<.ls hls IonS su|t    Whether or not it is,  a puzzle."     ^ . good  for what ails him, every Chlna-  ��'"u'��n   S0?'' ' man   who   bas   lcarHptl   t0   patronize  1       We.ll   a young man  calls at their l American'drug stores feeds h'ls system  Wl* n!wn      <WLIOe   a. ww;,.'l, 'a���u,   J ' wlth ��ulaIne PiHs."-New York Sun.      ���  an t   quite   make   out   whether     he . , *   WANTED.���SOUTH   AFRICAN    VOLUNTEER  CERTIFICATES.  If   you   wish   to" sell   your   scrip   for cash,  A.    D  BOUNTY  write  UND  P.  O.     Box    3048.  SPROULE,  Winnipeg,   Man.  calls to' see the young ladv tin-re oils just dying to' collect a l"ill."���C'_. i-  cago  Ti ilium;. f  c,   Big Pensions. " i  The biggest annual  pension  that Is !  paid'in any part of .the world Is $93,- ,  000.    Tbe  Duke  of   Itlchmond  ls  the I  Kid made no^epiy^.'.id'Ro^repeated' ! basoba" bafs and ahundantly supplied ! recipient of this' vast  annuity, which .  "What do vou want:" ' | with   occupation.     Perhaps   I   should i Minard's  Liniment' Co     Timi*��H ; Is Perpetual/passing from son to son. I  "That's  a   hell* of a   question,"   the ��� feel more ^dependent if I didn't have j     fientleincn,- Theodo're      Dor-d*        ! Tbe   I,ens,on   was   granted  300  years \  gambler said hoarsely.    "I  want vou. i lo   lislen   'cspectfully   to   the  orderly | customer of mine, was completely"^!.-1 I aK��-by cbarles n- \  of course, and I've got vou." *        ' c"vel'3' time he comes lu and makes one ! ed  of'rheumatism .after five ye.irs of '���     rj:aklnS the  annual  payment on  nc- '  Tliis is i ot bis infinitely numerous reports and ' suffering, .by   the-  judicious   "use    of ' count ot pensions at the present time, !'  put men In jail when I don't want to.     , MINARD'S  LINIMENT. '   ,     . Earl Nelson Is In  receipt of, the high- l'  "Some of these 000 men look'more ! l. ab��v�� facts can bo veii'ieil by ' est outside the royal annuities���tIz, '  dignified and Indepondent thnn I feel. . o'ntl"p f��, - m' .to. ,thc Parish Pries*! ?2.->;000 per annum, pavable in pcrpctu- ,  I wonder whether I look dignified aud ' *   ��   "ls "?'gpn��?p   ^r .    ^ t0 a" a"d pvor> on(i of the heirs !  independent.    I suppose I ought to do ' St. Isidore, Que.,' 12th May   n^"1"--      niak> t0 wbom tho tItle of Earl Nelson ���  "What's the  matter,   P.ronco?"    The ' thtiy !U'e kept In foo�� and Nothing aud  "Hold up! , I  am  unarmed.  A Natural  Laxative  Inward eleansirifir --!,-- necessary as outward bathing. To J.<cp <ht  bowels free and regular is of even greater importance than to k*-,**P  the skin-pores from becoming- clogged.*. The neglect of -rither invites disease. Everyone needs a natural laxative occasiona/ly. }��  free the bowels of accumulated impurities     For this purpose tax*  -*���-.��'  -.1  .-1 ���-  v..tH  that  we have  act,   and   acl  his message to  fM>iAWM  i''^^i"'*-,'^*-,S*V'i v'���'?''"* *^9S  J&AJi:0AkMh:  ���>,-,*.^*;-��>.rc{Ai;*f.'*.*������ i  fe&V^Ji-.<i:rai.r-.  ' ��:-*��r-65K4* "'  -I  I*,_ **- * -V ���       *"     ,1-**:   ty*'.-'.'-_-*   *  lt^A^M0.k  ���-"���' Ah-  l"*Sfti-i^-  I"  AAA  t"-V-'^'.'-"->n-:*-i  a^AA��  .���)  ��� .��� ���  ������i  A-iy  I'AA'AAM'mA  ?''.j,;'-'"!j;��:-''',f'3.i;  .*.--_ .y?7!.;r,!���;..'?.*���-Al  to me, and 1 sent her aw.iy. She suspected, but -ho didn't know, and when  the asked for information I insulted  her. Thai's tbe kind of a creature I  am. I sent ber back to Struve, vvlio  oSTcred to tell ber the whole story."  "What  does  tbat renegade want?"  "Can't j ou guessV"  "Why, I'd lather"��� Tlio young man  ground his teeth, but  Cherry hastened  "You needn't iwiirv; she won't see  hirn again     She loathes the ground  he  V :lll.s un."  "And   vet   be',   no   worse   than  u her scoundrel     Come, girl,  w >rl;   lo   do,   we   must  I'liicUv "    li,. _r.no ]jcr  1 'cxiry, tiiui, she went to her room and  i.*"!:ppeil inn, a riding liabit.    Wlien she  '���iime oiit ���'lie-asked: "Where is'your  "r.-iini-pnt?. You'll, be drenched in* no  .time."-  "I can't ride witli it.,   I'll.lie thrown.  .    -anyway,  and   I   don't   want   to  be  all  bound- up.:   Water Won't hurt nie.'*"  She ih nisi lu-i- tiny revolver into, her  ,dress, but lie took it.aud upon e...-iiiiiiia-  tion, shook' his  ,'ieurl.        ' .  ��� "If .vou   need   a   gnu   you'll   need in  good'one::'    He'removed, the belt from '  .. his own   waist  -md' buckled  his Colts  about her.  "Kul you:". slie-objected. ...'  "I'll   get   another   in   ten   minute's."  Then   a.s   they   weie  leaving,   he  said:  ': "One   other   request,   (.-licny.     I'ii   be  in  hiding for ;n   time, ami.i  hiust got  word   to   Miss  Ciiesier  to keep  watch  of iior uncle,  ."or the  big tight  Is on  at last and the boys will haiig liiu'i sure '  if thoy catch him.    I owe her this lust  warning..    Will you send it to her'."  "I'll do it for your sake, not for her,  rip; no; I-don't moan l,!i.-if.    I'll do t!.o  '  riglit Hiing all   round.     Leave  it.  here .  vnd  I'll see th.-tt she got"'it tomorrow.-.   ;  And.    Rov.    be   careful    of   vonr-adf."  Glenister looked him  fairly between  tho eyes,  gripping himself  with   firm  so, for to swing a steel' mass 504 feet  long successfully around like monsters  and to make ir.,000 tons writhe around  tbe corners of narrow channels is  something of an art, after all, aud one  hands to stop the tremor be felt in his j not possessed by many of the inhabit-  bones. "Vou can't kill me," he said.  "I am loo good a man to murder. You  might shoot,a crook, but you can't kill  ants of the globe.  '     "With   all   tliat   swinging   of   steel  ' monsters around there go the responst-  I bility  and  the knowledge  that  if the  ship runs aground the whole civilized  world   will  be  acquainted   with   it Inside of twenty-four hours."  rhe mini vvlio condones a neighbors  fin is often pieparing his own'repent-  ������noe   in   advance.���Smart   S ���(     .  shall descend.  The .Duke of Wellington's annual,  pension' of ,$20,000 Is for life, and Lord'  Rodney's pension of $10,000 is, like  that of Earl Nelson, perpetual.  DEADLY   HORNETS.  The  the  Ones That Buzzed About  Y,oung Soldier's Ears.  , A great general was taking his regl-  \ ment into action. lie sent forward a  i detail of men to makn gaps in a rail  j fence to avoid the heavy loss sure to  ��� result if the whole body of men paused  ; to tear It down.' .  ;     The coolest and finest man In tbe detail was n young soldier who had never  , been under fire lie fore.   When lie began  ; pulling down  the fence .lie fancied he  ! had disturbed a nest of hornets, as he  thought be heard them singing fiercely  about his. ours.    But the lad was  not  going to run from hornets when there  was more serious business ahead.  . Ignoring the .angry'Insects, he dpen-  tatoil an instant, while his eyes, which ; ed the fence aud rejoined tbe regiment  had  been   fixed   with   tlie glare of ha-'; without being stung,  trod- wavered a mo^on!', betraying the I     In a day or two he was surprised to  lamlest sign of* indecision.    Glenister , hear that he was to be promoted  cried out exultantly: ���. V   ' "But."    he   said   modestly,   "I ' don't  ..',.��� 1C'W   lc'    lour nc(-'k cords ; think I'deserve promotion over the oth-  qui\ ci. ���   | ers >>  T'w1i7,!l!n '.���V"."000*'  i"1 '9"n,t d��       "JIy  b��y."   replied   the   general,   "I  it. i  could,   I tl  have shot you   be  "Vou can't kill me,"-lic s'ald.   "I urn loo  good a 7v.au to murder.";'  si bravo man when . he's unarmed.  You're ,no .assassin." He remained  rigid in bis c-liuir, however, moving  nothing but his .lips..���meeting tho other's look  uiitliiichi'iigly..  ,TIjo  Kid hosi-  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  The   Eternal   Feminine.  A photographer was o:i!]cd upon noi  'ong ago io make some pictures of an  ild lady of seventy years or so, but of  urprl-Ung agility and quickness of per-  ���option.    The picture man  was therefore somewhat  surprised  to (ind  that  no words of address could  induce tho  old lady io speak until after the operation.was completed.  Then she put her  fingers.' Into   hor   mouth,   whence  she  withdrew 'several, .wads of paper.    ,  ".,'��� "You wouldn't have me phofogrhplied  with my  cheeks  falling .'in,'.'would  you?" she asked the photographer.   "I  just stuffed some paper 't my mouth to  ail out." . ,  ��iO-6_pS;%  MmmmM  mmmmM  "I. can't do  it.    If. . could  fore yon   turned.     But you'll   have  to  fight, you dog.   Get up and draw."  Boy   refused. ���    "l.gave   C  gun."  "Yes, find,more, too,"  (Jio  man gritted.   "I .saw it all."  berry   my  Baw you  pull  down   that  fence.    You  were the coolest man under Are I ever  I saw!"  The man gasped, stared and turned  ; pale.  |     "What!" ho exclaimed, regardless of  I grammar.  "Was them wasps bullets?"  LONG   FEASTS.  One   Chinese   Dinner  and* a  Couple   of  Eskimo  Banquets.  Mr.   Ward,  the  American  envoy, to  ' China,  who  tried   to secure an  inter-  ' view with the emperor, Illeng Fung, in  -STiO, tells how he was entertained at  dinner that lasted from noon one day  until C o'clock on  the evening of the  | day   following.    Tbo total  number of  courses  is not given, but Ward mentions that he had to give in affer par-  J taking of 138 different dishes, -"where-'  ; upon his hosts wondered greatly"���pre-  | sumably atyds abstemiousness.  j     Probably, however, the Eskimo ban-  'j nuets last, longer than any others and  j tlie. quantity of food swallowed* Is also  i proportionately greater.    Ross records  | that seven of his party of natives once  : ate continuously for thirty-three hours,  i during which time thoy consumed 200  i pounds of seal  meat.    Europeans'-ex-  ' posed to the same climatic conditions*  | act in  much, the same way.    Captain  j Scott of the Discovery on his return  ! from his-,long sledgo journey over tho  Inland   ice of the antarctic continent  did nothing bill eat and sleep for the  space of three days and   nights,! and  even then he wai, still hungry.  Commander Penry and his party, returning famished from their fuili,.  dash for the pole i��� 11)00.'slaughtered  a herd Of seven musk oxen on Vi.-izen  Island, off the extreme norlh of Greenland. For two days and nights thereafter they crouched inside (heir snow  huts, eating continuously, and when  they had finished the pile ot bones  outside was "us high ���s a toll man's  cttLu."  the greatest boon ever offered to those who suffer from the ill*  that follow constipation. For over fifty years Beecham's Pills !�����'  been famous as a Stomach corrective, a Liver regulator and *'owCl  laxative. They never gripe nor cause pain. Powerful purgativ.-  arc dangerous. Avoid them. Use Beecham's Pills.' They ���?������- '��"  bef without doing violence to any organ. Their action is i" lur*  mony with physical laws. Take them regularly and the necessity  for their use becomes less frequent. They are a natural h*a-,v'  and a positive cure for Constipation, Biliousness, Indigestion, -"<*  licadache and Dyspepsia.  Prepared only by the Proprietor, Thorn.-.* Bcech.m. St. Helen.*. L-nic-.til--. E"*'  Sold everywhere In Canada and U. S. America.   In boxe- aa c-ol��  ALWAYS,  EVERYWH ERE    IN    CANADA,  Eddys   Matches   have   hailed  from/   Hull   since    185  years   of  Constant    Betterment  hav_'   resulted     in      Eddy's  reaching   a    Height   of    Perfection   attained   by   No   Others.  Sold   and   used   everywhere    in   Canada;  and   th-w   ���  Matches  a  I if A*-^^--���w-���l,'*^M'^'-yl������_-^.[^^^w��!l^���*���*"���'"f" V*  j".  JEGLECTEO SCALD CAUSED  MONTHS j)P ACONY.<.  Jpent   Dollars  in  vain  but   Zam-Buk  Cured 'Her.  THE    LEADER.     MOYIE,    -BRITISH     COLI'MKIA.  1'olkWis.g we give the testimony of  ��� lady w-vo it" ��h*- *>aii known oi Amn-  .lUii. earlier1 would have l>e*-n --_iy<j<J  jn ne wf^ks of agony.  ABOUT TABLE LINEN.  How   t0   selwt   tbe   Mo.l   Economical  Lengtht.  In   wiling  tablecloths it  ls   more  eatl-fattury to   get   thi,   sever.fv-iwo  to-h   width,   ���h.ch  give, a  generous  imhea or  so   at   (he  sides  IT COSTS YOU H0TH.N8  TOTRYGIN PILLS  ���Wiite for Sample Box, Free Jf  You Mention this Paper.  whi.h   dresses,,  taWe "^ler , i^a-H. ^"M" SS  ie   i_arr��vi-er  ..mii,.       rr,.���     _    .  ' ......j.   :._.,   v,    ,    ~. ��-cjv,   .swollen  A  FLAW IN  THE  LENS.  Once More from  The Great West  MUSIC   HATH' CHARMS.  fall   of   -sixteen  M,>   Frederick }<****. ol  K.9 Kail-   !��"J jl^^'V^ ^dUj"    T''v�� and ; "'V1* *n.d ^ E-ieumatTsm. Sciati-a     -- ��� - -  WJV  Avenue,  fetrat.oi.i,  Or,.,,   says-   one-half v-u-d-i is ., very good measure ; �� i^'.b.v-o, we -want yo-i to try Gin    means an expense of rKWOO and a de-  The Loss of Time and Money Involved  in  This Scientific Tragedy.  Probably few p*.r*--f>-is took much Jn  terest In the annou-ooemeitt tlur a flaw > ...  had beeu discovered in the great-100 'COMES EVIDENCE OF THE GREAT   _���^?'x*(:  inch lens for the Mount Wilson re'flect-            WORK   ' DODD'S    KIDNEY  ing telescope.   'To wlenrilkv men  this                   PILLS ARE   DOING,  was no less  than a tragedy, since it '      ; ���ji   liuTiii'-d nicely over the op'.u ��oie  "Ziiiii'-llllk fl.*.   tl��<*   *'mo-!lr/ wonderful  ,.uui  effective .ri>n.**.ly   T    lluvi     usi d.  jju-il I iulvi**i-'othern'to'(H(.-,it.'"  jC '/.'unt-l'uk isH-iiuiillyelti-etlve in our-  jug   burns   ��� Mr, 'Ofto. 'fijliitoi'.,  our.*-  tiiker of .the A.. 0/em��>iits Jiinek, Win-  iipeg.   u-'tih'*-!'     ���*-"���    ���followr.:���"1   4IH-  .sullied m ,tieriw >of rd-nd   bunt--   wliih-  i.itiiindii)f.',t'"j the'liirge-furn.iei; wliieli  heat-, tlii-'huildingii.   One burn ou,my  .-list wsif.' particularly   bind  mid \i',w\  in- ..rent  pain    "i, iipplii'd ,*soi.ie '/���-nu-  hik, und in foHy��i*jgl)t hour*.*-.il, that  fitlern.     If   (be  hi-mm'tch   is  ;thought   to   be "too   elaborate,   the  so  'ciilli'd 'J'-t-f-n.-'b  dent  at the ends dOe- '  'verj nicely.   Turning a Inlf inch hem'  .nrtilly   ni'id   folding  biu'-L, sew a ''fine  ove; and ovei stiii-h. f  The Miv'nt  t.il.lo  linen  is'of gmil"  .mpor{.-ii"-<��'(f one'would havo the ta'. !  hie Jirniyi-i! ml   fts bo*-.t,   Tliere  mm-;,  'be si pure,while elol.i'wlflj.-at blemish  .be'froo sample box ��--o vou can test Gin  Pills yourself,   l.ent.on thi*. ps.T.c-r. ,  (.in'.-.-ls are fOM by dealeri'ah Over  Canada or 'direct 'at 50a ��� a- bo.-.--C for  '5-2.���. Dept:N.U.,N-at.orial Drug __ Ohr.-**.-  leal (Jo., Li-Q-1-.J, Toronto.  ���J 10  8beer-L]ucf<  Blake.  ���  .iJll^T^u^^^A^^   'Ibo'lew ��c,.rd��n�� t  or'wrtnltjo, with *-,;itluy llnl.i- ...i,| wilh   |^.T;t Jm r ,   ^f"  JJ,nrt'^w' <���<Wed (  ]  n�� few fMlds ?)-s jiiMslblp'. A very goou    *"   h'�� fn,,hr"' ""*    " u   "* ''  overcome. But lhe reflecting telescope,  (.consisting of a'single Ior. .i placed borl-  s-ontolly and without uny ���'barrel," ,is  in many respects the more useful in-,  slriunent for aMrono-Tiers, although it  'aiso'bfjs Hs ���Jravlitif ks. , .  Hi Ibis ins-tnimf-nl the light falls dl-  Vreiitly on the lens and I. .���eflecj.-d l��ncl.  'to n focal point, which I- distant from  its di.-imcter.    It  '���> were ^-ooii for bn'r-k S"0-  ���riment in the ui.no, led my lo ic\ them  I j'-nd ,.ilo.t lisin^ fvvf-1',-0 hove, ij ;Kr,i <-���.-,  well  ii,-,.]   f.--*n   pos-ihly he.      Do-id's  Kidripy  Pill, .}.,tw-*  madi; a  new  man  nie   arid   I.'i.m  thnnkiul.", ,  'I)of,lil'*.'Kidi..-*y PilN an; no mro-'all.  They  cnit,-  -i<;k (iiidr.r*.ys   arid  ili/it   i-  , ftll   lh<i.t   i-,   cl-tinn-'il   for flihn     -But,  *ick knineys ,-u't,* tho root of uumorrj-'iv  ' ^rsou-.o- oa-iaoil hy impure h'lood   Kor  hiii'i  ���wily  i.j..vv:t��li  ii'ipklns .mil  tiibleeloth**  Waller   Damro-,,ch   Says   It   Will   Prt~  sorve Domesti. Harmony.  Chopin's "Rolni-'mp Prelude," w-'ary  rrl ) p.-n-rc an osfi licnt ^aii-  ^titnte for the ntfrglng rorital of,ibe  day's    worries   when   yov.r    husband  comes hoti.p o' nights.  And a little Mozart will be sure to  bring u 'hnppy sml'e to his faro if hp  ha.s been complaining that th* boef-  stcftl- I.s underdone.   ,  And you might play Brahms to him  just before1 you present tho grocer'.--  bill.  Waiter Drttnrosch, leader of the New  Tork Symphony orr*bostra, is responsible for the now theory that "high  gradp music in tlie family" will ward  off danger of a dismal divorce decree  Mr. D.-mrof-oh has ro.-sd, as has every  , >one else, the eensu-s reports sbowiing  tb;-.t ono out r,t every twelve marriagp-i  ends in the divorce curt. And as a  remedy the orrhr=tra load"r proposes"  ho, a uniform i-n'r.rrl.ige law. the elfmi-  , nation of the anYnHy problem or an allowance to limit a 'wife's possible extra vn'g.tn'-e, bill simply',music.   <  "The little love god would stay longer if be were nonrisiioi! on'some good  mp.slf. as well ns on the .prii-'e of'bacon  and eggs,"isi<ys .Mi. fMnirosch.  He not only maintains (hat mu*!lc  has charms to soot ho,'but iiw rest of It.  ffe adds'that  It funiishe*. n neaceful  *$ -__! ���? '{*&'_? fi��i fl/S^  n meets you half-way���<Ioes  all your work In half the  time and at ha!_ the cost o*  other soaps.  Sunlight Soap-a&solutefy  pare���saves clothes from In-  Jury��� hand., fro i.- roughness���  -ife froia   /~\    drudgery.  iiiiiiiii.d. ��f 'llu;   burn   win*, -a, siliyhi , fot*tlblt- efri��<*t u u, (lrni \lowr .*Iowiy it  i-iii    'Zam-Duk -i.ei.ined   in 'lake   tin    r-treuiu  of   boiling   wtitPt1 over stalm*'   *..'i _:..        _,_���_���.   ..     ....        '     . .    .  ,   I'       , i-  t 'As Requested.  An'ofTi/i'ii of tb. Puperin,- Couit tit  Cni.'i. fount y. Ml, whhh , lias'juris-  dirti.-ii u. J In* nt'itrei of the r.atur-  n.li/,\tifj?i o; ,f.!.i_'?-.ei<!J tell- tiie foi-'  l"iving ;   -  ti,  O.'ioLc-'i     I..,,   a. man . haniei.1  ,i'"  i.'  J.   I.  by his fnlthf���la���y, Bimuy-or was'H'  ,1^ �� $*$^ ^l*���   ^i^^t^ni^^^^hol^^  Watson?   �� rAtiecit-u unci. UiUrJeres with the fail-   to   ,(r.)hj   Ut(,   -m,-,,,Ui(>3   out o��   tf,(.  errtalmed'   Bl*ke.   surveying ^mSeJToMhPai^nn r'r ^^"otl^n. lends the  hnr- August 'llttlstjw��^>.   U^>-< om hi'A'fiM  the surroundings, "1 flndHhat bis wife  '^AJi��� h��S���^^                            l^et- .^"riT " '��������" H���y 'lirte:!S0; 'r,p��1 th��nSht<- of ],���siJand and wife to- p��P"r*..    -As  hf was  about to 'lc-ave  eOCrcUre hisirotiiwit of i|��N wrl is aio f..e>   cure ].].f":Tu��att=m  beciu^r.  it   is -rar(i  hi.,,  kU,.-N (a<;'oppflsril ��� ro  the &���" ���-"���-iriVootn  he   w__ otoefvetl  3-udiiiWs   'ffiiling    io ���       '                 ..ll  long has she been'qway?"  Ily.  thirty days."  on earth are you abletd  fellow,  by t,the , utiwashim  ^the  yerkc-i ohs^rvntory,  but <thr-  one   i'-('U=od   by  ,.i��--l  iplanni-<3   for   Mount   \};!|s.vn  Is  to   be 'train the *.u �����__ rtf-id out'of l*h�� Wood  more  than, twice .-i-  l,u*ge lu.d   much   rrr ; ���    -  larger than'that of l_oni Uosse, which  was so famous "fifty..rears iigo. '  He   im*,   ph-fiding   hi..   can-V earn  ���ally.   "J'.im s^althy," j.e sniil, "nnd  -    .. ...      .,,.      ..    -   -..- .  o  uforemen)ii-mod   price, of   tjseon   and   f*-*'t very olo-e'j the official envelops  in.ui-.si-ii ha/1 b.-c-n ouelosod the document tl.-iit wit. to, a--,f'.',-iii his natur-,  .ili7ation.' , f ,  a  <!���  f  f  I  i ��A?:  \, *. ��*  >    .   ..1,  eg-gsi and kpop^ n.f. flj-e pf family af-  roctinii burning brighth and warmly  on the 'domes!jo hearthsfone  ic.,.*rtrt��,; 'pile*.,   !J.Iia. luff',    ��.pi_unil_ifc .��f ^r^rin^r to avoid ,(|,e TfririUltt, j - ���   -"*   ':""���"J''"'"T 'n";':"1   'm"re  Iwoundq, jqu-J,, braises,.chapped hiimi-.,} r,,���� "' RO "!'r" io',pi*�� oin. Tlo not \*1*���*..���"n'1 ��"*�� -'���, ?"uc<;7'' \here ��� from tho*ftyt UkiI ���theifi!o��-3 must be  It-old cniuk*. fmd';nIL,Kl_iii*inj'urii-s inif'. ��ttirch; stri-n-U et-euly and 'hang ! f_fe.'"n"y of eaf" Iri a"' wllleh *hows absolutely 'flawless, or ns "near so a<j  idMeiiHtyij.-' Jtiihhed well into 'the-pan ' *tmlgju on the'llno to'ilry, -, ���      ! tnat'he .has'used three n day for thirty    humuo  skill -'oiin unako it.    To malic,  hflecied )it'cu_*u��<_.i��-UJ/ljfllj��*ii., H'intjcn.J, ,, I�� ironhig the linen''milst bcevenii , aayt) and'left them   for her to wash* .B--/ij. st .Je-,s isit inli!;.t ^.vpousl.e'"and  The dimeulfy In.oonrtrnctlD, a tens   ^J mttV���p,^'^ ^\^nil  iore  hau eight feet  ��� �� ;unetPr arises -.    sho lft),,(J ,;,.,���,, ,,c,ieci.^01.; 3V.  *���>   ���*��;  . - -     , polite sorieiwtn.  ,^ou!d ���you   mind   adding  who    .you-  l'S,  are,and why,you arc huie.'   r. ,    "V  '.'August i-eenied surprised.   'He e-**"- *v ',  Iiibitorf h_,s'i..j_c-��.l efivelope.. >'Jt"says, *  "Ito.lui'.ii':!, b'vv diiv.s," ' Jlt. explained'  'una      .hero      I     vit-!"��*���'Harper'*.   -1'  Weeklv. .   ~ * l >, , 'iu  <    . rl  i) -_ . ,��� -,  ii _.  -A ploaijant riiedicin.'* for children'is   ',-_.  Mother  Oiave's* Worn. 'Eitorminator,  ./;  "  "   driv-, f(  T     _** HI*       ���  ^ /I'i'   f 'y i&.-l  [P"st :,  "TiiJe    is'   a   -very   iiatip  pdtiruey."    "Ay,    and  so Jt   otiht  jb.j,"     was    the   reply.  "tii'ii 'Khilihi'fv'and tiaxpience  tui ����5'knowledge of worklnn with witter ; Me  uiatjtier,   lying down  at   my.'fept  'Twa ' pohtA,   ('0|ors-   .Even ,wlth trilelng 'paper and ! wfiile I sal under a rroe to.king.Tpart in  a,pencil decldedty .pretty Japanese of-    a diii'logue -with one'of the ,chtimeters.  For Sounding ���'Steamboat ' Whistle,  'fects may be secured.    Ff.r a founda  ,* On  a  hot, snllry  nlfjht In July. how-  Comfort, for'the Dyspeptic.���There i<-."i.'m wire frames of ntrbuis shapes -fan ( ever .ffor rhe play enjoyed ��i\ except  "ag'and-exhaust-! be -purchased;  but If stiff paper.*ls io ��� tjonallv iong'ruh). Smut beoame bored;  - -        - - - - n     '.  ...t     __   .,_...    ...._ .,._  _,.i   . __  nil ai-iuent-,-so",'}iarassiing  mr a-*. 'dyKptips-ia,-Which nrLsus from \,he  -used   os ;a, iwering the 'simple,1; tb'fiiklng, ,no'tlotibt, -that th* plav had  d.-iective  action .of %.the .jtorna-ah  and ;-��� srrajght shades are best., *vThen *cov-f'na,. '���*., flav nDd thflt it was now tbe  liver, 'and tLe Vjetiin ,of .it i�� "to *b<: ...  rut led. 'Yfil  in Pttrnuilee's  jiiirt-lion "thai  yekr.. ��� of   ef-ctitiv  jjiilr. tliat are wideiv-juivorn.-en fiisi.i.iH'i  ., --      -������ ,---   --   ���  ��� -,** j0 uer vh   uim  imun-iiw   an. ,svu-��-uni   iu    that Ve^noct  f.reaw*.Hl,^ver-<ieo_r',pr.n��dt*d,    i-i_a    not*; easiest method wii' "be to cut a 'pattern,< full'view: of the.'audlenee with, rhe sub-:     ^ -   ���'  'one ol-them^cuii nuik'.n vah-e^witn �� nnd 'luy'thls on T-uj^rh   v.-tiitc   water i -       -'���_-- ---   ������-  Pilrm^l^s.l ,o,-.~  *   '  ''   - "       A."' 'cc,l��r paper. 'Vt'hon the *e*fnci size ha3 i  |      , -���-���:;;���      ���   *��� -i       '      '        boon detormino'd the stiff paper should  '"__uv,e' your* poems been - read    by '  be neatly pasted at the iw'o edKos-and .'  munr   people*" v.. ''held in place over "tho frame *4nnf ft -it j  "Certainly��� about 'twenty^P*ahli**J-i*T 'has '*sf*i." "***.*hito cotton thread and;  ei- that 1 know of/' -- Fliegonde , a roM. stitches ai;e the eusit��it and Qr_n;!  I-Ia��tier.     ^ ^ 4 ��� CSJ  ^y ot attocl.lng -Jt to the frame  at top and bottom. *      ,, .  This done, the, b��Okgron!i<_  is ready  for'docoraiIon.   '���"Vlint tills shall be do-'  pends upon the individual skill or desire.    Medallions, bonds set into littlo v  backgrounds of colo'r and framed with  One linos of gilt and sih-er, are always  charming;.    The frame effect   may  be  the steamboat'whistle, one instauct* be-"' �� <sjt's  ing ftlveu hy a'man 'from western Ken- . putes "  ���"tucky 'w*ho hud lieard a steamboat "on       -'How *s6.  "JllSt    -R-fii-e!  oa-,y   to' seftlo    'lot-line    di*,  , same result, but. mind,,vou, stress is ..the clas,-- in penernl' knowh  , laid upon.the adjective skillful.. A .wo-   lad.s," he said' gravely, "yt  lf<lgf. ''Now   '.\  _t>ur'teacher/-A-  nia'n who hasn't a clear 'idea of color ' 3 iexpect,   ha*. '&*.y.lf.ipGd 'to 'Vou 'the   "^  and, who  hasn't the inborn  knack,of   ine.iuing   of   juiosi   of     the     mottoes  of *'tiie ;,  s much  .j:!f I, L-,ii\  full view of-the-audleneew^th the sub-- gans.in .<jblfrehe9i lhc , tot)es oi       A'n"'occasional "dose  of penile "laxa-,-  limo indifrorence of a dramatic otitic.,i VWeh .^^ tbe-churches *t'hrob from* live such a.-, Bnir.y's Own Tablets, will'. i  ���rhe audieuce were -nararally 'amused.,, 'a(Kirj0 Qomft. ?rbe bisb<A notos 'seem   clear Ithe .stomach 'and bowels''of all' l  eshow/  appear,  ���    --   , ,-.. _---.    r.' ,T.ut  Separate borders can'be bought at    J >\ondey which -of' you can remember  ���' - -      '   ���-��� -       ' what  bora.i-.jj m like  a'/.ion   and, goes  -Ir-I"-  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, i  Lucas Cfouiily. J  Frank J_,Cheney makes -oath thai  lw is senior partner of the firm ol F.  -J. Cheney & Co.. doing business ii.  the City of Toledo. County and St..t<  aforesaid, and thai said firm wtil pav.  the sum of OXE HUNDRED DoL  LARS' for each and every 'c-ase ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the ust  of  Hall's Catarrh Cure.* >  .FRANK J.  CHENEY.."  Sworn to before me and subscribed  in my  presence;, this 6th day of  De- -  ���comber, A_D.  1SS6. "   *  ,    ^ A.   \V.   GLEASON,    ,  (Seal.) , Notary   Public  Hall's Catarrh Cure is* taken inter-  n'llly, and  act*, directly on the blooo !  and  mucous  surfaces  of  the  system  '  Sftid for testimonials free. '  * F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0.   *.'  Sold  by  all 'Druggists. Tfic. i  Take Hall's Family i'ills for con-  ftipution.  the large- shops  with sur-.rlslng  ease .      . ri . *   ���> _,r  "by The, woman who knows how to rotft! ���V,"-e a,1?nJbr' _. ,, ., ,_ . .  Encouraged by the success ;ot his ���nn^.,t0^en<��tI^te ^ner 'foAhoVt"distances, ' offend-OK-mater, and will koep.'httle , out the^ artistic thing. . Tbey do" not ,���'r^j^ ZSV^ffi "?  coTiscions efforts, Zrmit went from bad    Y,^Ue *the  ,bVeE.- 0^s -ca^ ^a^J. ��� 0-i"��> wMl- nnd -happy     pCT tMs/,-i-,-   cotneffot "curtains'." as a rule', but.they,      *A Ll   ���% pale-IooV -  to,vflrsbT>ym&pphagap&i^ngay..^^toifart���.3onriA    ,,,_ -^on the a ablets should ,oo   kept   in    seivo admi,Vbfy.     .- '    �� '������ne'.-eMv" it's our ianilloi'd vvhen''-  which, he swallowed  with the enjoy-   ���      ��� ��� ���-: i �������> home.    Moinors have tho���goar-      Thc foundation color Is usually deep V, it'- hV l^ia ?^  Solar, System on Exhibftion.   , n.-i3  medi,cmV   contains  nci   opiate���  or i tiDTeii'   a*'hou-h   some .^ood   patterns   U.-h Ametican.  An exhibit that ai-obses much curios-   Karmful   dj-uir.   '  Mrs. 'Geo   McLean, ' ca? bo !?or wnfl 11leJ^on,nda���n.In n,at  Ily at the American -Museum'of Xat-   Spi-ingftdri,  * N. S,   says':���'T    have  d  -1.  ��� "A &  ���-'     ���'  -*,|J:  ment of a gourmet,' inevitably spoiling  the quiet BCene on which we were e'n-  fifaged.  'This terminated bis engagement as  nn actor.���Jobn -Hare In Strand Mag;-  os.Ine.  Treasury Note Plates. '  cThe .plates used in printing treasury  joined by tying bow knots together at notes oontain four notes,, and to disthe top, so (lint liuie movlnllions seem tlngnish one'note from the other- they  ro be suspended by ribbons of gold or I each, have ens-raved op the f.-tce sep-  a *cv>Ior. Uirjre birds, such as storks, -arale chock letters. A, B. C, _"��, and .f  arc'most doc-orative and when done in ! you will ox.--n.ine iho obo*-k Jotter yon  a Sisht are not difficult. Flowers and ��� will find print ei. near ii a number  rural scenes of various kinds may be which, is used by tho bm-oan for ideti-  ���ased.      '        . a     L r' tification and bymenn.. of which can  It is sometimes possible to find beau-' be ascertained a complete history ol  tlful photographs, and with those, un- j the plate use! In pi-.ntin_c the same,  mounted, novelH,oiTocts can be made, by whom engraved, printed, etc. Al  Thev may be place.] on the paper in a ' present yon will find a nun-.ber in ev  Une"or irreguisrly. cuttlnc out the.' com of ..SOO On tho one dollar s'lver  background. This renders Uie pictures . certificate not**. This signifies'that  transparent wlioti the light is waning.  They should be neatly .pasted on, tirsl (  trimming the paper edge In scallops or !  -Ions! .\:.i��.i/.ii.*��  nlar History, Now York, is a model o"f  the solar system, formed of electric  'light bulbs moving upon almost Invisible wires. This exhibit has recently  been improved. The sun is now rep"-'  resented by an illuniinated'globe throe  inches In diameter. Tbe orbits of .Mercury, Venus and the earth and a part  bf the orbit o* Mars aro included in  the large 'foyer  on the ground door,   the store.  used Baby's Own Tablets and know  them to be a cure for all the minor  ills of childhood I recommend them  io all mothers." Sold by mc-dicme  .-ib'tiler-i oi by 'mail at 25 cant* a box  from The Dr Williams' M.dicine Co.,  'P.ru.-.villi', Ont.     i  '"My fur.=  aVe like these!" exclaim  ed lntle Louise, while w'alking through  Parts of the orbits of Jupiter and  Saturn and tli*"* .remainder of that of  Mars stre.'-h .ktoss adjoining halls.  The planets arc moved along their  wire orbits froiv day to day and glimmer like stars Ih the air. ��� Youth's  Companion.'   , ,  "Wnv, '���   o vol-limed     the     mother,  "vou have no furs bf any kind:"'  ".Y-.s   1   have,"   pro1ost"'d the child  "and tho\ nie hned with kitiei.s^ -foo. '  ��� Ln the van 't)b--erver.  \.in3rd's    L'nirncnt   Cures    Dandruff.  The  Key of the City.  At the finish of tho Maraibon at the  ���4.S00 plntes liave boon used  thus far   Olympic game* in England,  when'the  tn    plinth*.; ,tl*W   denominaUon.���Na-  at  3   a.m.   from   Mrs  home.  "No!      Awful,     , awful,  chicken   salad   was    made  Was it a nice party?" asked Mrs.  Whifet,   when   her daughter  returned    points to make a  finished Trame.    If j  ���.   i   i _.    _    ... Struggle'-*   at-.' one does nol*wish.to do this, a design   '  _       ;  may  be done  with a  pa hit brush  In  ma !    Tho    such maimer as to simulate1 a .frame.        of'  veal. ' One who cannot use brushes will find  There     was   a  lot    of "queer    stick*-*'  thnt  gilt .and  silver bondings  in  the  theie.    Nobody.was    dressed  decent/  There   were   no   oysters,   the   champ-,  ������(���ne gave out, and'some idiot walked  'tp the back  breadth of my dross as  hir ns  the  waist,  and 'then   tho only  btopped ���  because  he   was   loo  stup'd  to eliinp."���Philadelphia Inquirer.  r  fancy paper departments aro very pretty aud not hard to put on. These  "frnme effects" tuny become most elaborate by pasting ou different decorations.  Minard's Linimont relieves Neuralgia  ETIQUETTE.  He had  waited long years to marry ! An Old F-,-hion_d Man Frees Hi  -ler.   waited   till   her   rich   old   uncleV About IU Ab.urdlti-..  deaih  had  paved  the' way.  "And   do   you   still   love   me?  a-ked   anxiously  Mind  Whether   to   oftt   (bib   with   a   fish  knife and fork or a  folk nni) a bit of  ( "My darling," ho reassured her,  ".vou are worth your wait in gold."  Of couise tins vv.-is spoken. not  written, so the fine distinction was  ��ot apparent lo lier.���New Yiuk Tii-  bune.  Family  ysician  The best medicines In the  vorld cannot take the place of  the Family physician. Consult  him early when taken HI. If  the trouble is with your  throat, bronchial tubes, or  lungs, ask him about taking  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then  take it or not, as he says.  W�� p-abli-ih cur /ArmDU<  9  i/ers  W, bAitl-h ��l��i>hf>l  tram our m��_n��lri����  W- urg-i. y_t�� _d  oo-n-ult y��*o*r  -IfVrtOT  Bilious -.tucks, sick-he��d*che��,indij��e---  hon, constipation, dizzy spells* ������ .hes-  -re tome of the results of *n in*ctivf  kver.* Ask your doctor if he endorses  Ayer's PIHs in theee ciises. The dos.  JfUmall, one pill it bedtime.  "���*���_-���-__ by U_�� 1, fl, AjrV c*., lo-r��U, Uauu   , bread, whether to serve cliauipngne In  u tumbler or n goblel-lt Is untie absurd lo ro_.ar<. one of th'-so cnursea as  right and the oilier as  wrong and  to  , admire or despise it person nn-ordhi-.-  Jy.    The average rule of etliiiielte ha��  , nothing   to   do   wilh   courtesy,    with  , pood   breeding, and   it  I.'no criterion  i of courtesy or of good breeding."  The speaker, an  old  fashioned  gen-  , flemnti from the country, knotted tbe  onda of his napkin more firmly about*  M.s neck. V ..    *   ./. '  ;������. "Smile lit mo, nephews nnd nieces,"  he rcsi'inied. "iK-cnuse i tuck my napkin under rny chin. Vet why should  I spoil my black broadcloth coat with  turkey stains or smears' of cranberry ;  sati'-e? It Is 1! rl,!t: of'etiquette, you .  say. that the' napkin may only bo  plnced n'cros.s the, knee -an absurd,  ephemeral rule;       |      . ;  ' ;  "It wan a nilc of etiquette in, Franc*  during the reign of T.e Hoi Soleil,' the  great Louis X'i**"., that when tho king ,  rlstlod  a  sick  .subject  the   king.   too,,.  nm.sr lie down lu a bod, on the ground  flint It  would,mover do for a-subject  to maintain a1 more informal ai'titnde ;  (Jinn  his master during the 'nndionce.  Louis   XfV.,   visiting  the   Mai'slial  do  Villars after jralplaqnef, lay .in ;i  bed  besi.lo   the   .suffering   .soldier  in   that  way.  "Behold the absurdities of etiquette  ind let.'me do with niv napkin what I  pleas*."  "I I*.ave taken Scott's  Emulsion for six weeks  and liave found it a wonderful remedy. Before I  look the Emulsion I had no  appetite; was weak; had  lost nearly fifty pounds of  flesh; and now I eat well  and am gaining every day.  I find Scott's Emulsion to  be very easily digested and  a good food for al! weak  people."���FI.OKENCE  BLEEKER, No. 1 Myrtle  Avenue, Bridgeton, N. J.  This i,i on'y one of thousands of  ca.e. where  cott's  Emulsion  has given an .appetite. Tt'.i so  easily digested that it doesn't tax  the digestive organsand they .rest;  yet the body is "wonderfully- nourished and built up. The digestion  is improved���then ordinary .food  is sufficient.  Growing boys and girls, who need  so much food to keep them well  and strong, and also 'growing,  should be gi ven a bottle of Scott's  1 E Mil i.s ion every ��� few weeks. It  does wonders for them'.'. It', prevents their getting run down and  spindly. Nothing does them so  much. good.  at.., r.R'uc-.G-S'rs  Italian had fallen and Hayes, the  American, had won. several more  Americans came in, pretty fresh, then  some runners of other nationalities,  nnd finally an Englishman arrived  The Americans were very sore over  the treatment uioy had received: thoy  had heard nothing for days but boasts  that an Knglishpian could win (he Mar  ��� allien, and ��In'. the English ruiiuer  finally did appear way' back in the  ruck an Immense .\uierlcan, leaning  far out of Ids bos, bellowed through a  megaphone:  ,   "Welcome to our fair city!"���Sntur  day I.vening P'-sr.  Gidd- \Yha,i do' yon think, is the  gioat��-t thing about ^Governor  Husrhos' ,    ,  ,  Cad���His  inventive genius. ,  Gadd��� Didn't know he'had any.  What  did   ho invent2  Cadd���The hoiiselees iaoe tiack ���  Li fo.  ural. crash tones. These are,.usually  the best to work'on. They go so well  with almost any otl_er,cover. ,  ' The designs on these borders are  Egyptian, Byzantine or Whatever name  st-,its best these f.rraa] lines In vivid  colors,  Thoy can be put nt the sides, bottom and top of short, narrow curtains  and one is surprised at rhe effect.  They not only make an old curtain of  use, but thoy give it new character ^aud  stylo.  T,hese borders can be used as a plain  or plaited valance. This fashion has  widely returned in decorating rooms  and, although it keeps-nut light to ."  certain extent, it gives finish to the top  of the \v indqw .     a  Often tho effect without a valance ls  bare. This ts especially so when the  window jamb is deep and wide.  Then?  Is   nnothei   fashion   of  using ,  ten   Inch   boule.-s  across  tbe   taps   of ,  windows   and   down   the   sides   with  pane curtains Hint are set deep in the ,  window embrashte against the  "-Mi  ' ,i -iV-stssj-i  u -.      .,-.;,- fS.fli  ��� ,vi  *-i y$Hz  iii .e^  .i*.~ii--e>ig  *   ifjr ��?  ���,, s'^rt  *   |W*W  f Vv-r  I?'"  ' '*.'���*'  V, Y  i     -"   V".  ,*'-V 1  ���*?l  Most    Delirious  Flavor  Get   a  Trial   Packet  To-day  30c,   40c,   60c,   and   60c 'per   pound  . At   all   Grocers '  i       ,.      , ., i n ,_, __,n______��_._��.llHMI_-.MII-inr^  .'f-l  ���J*"!  The Nei-ves  A  Cliai.c**   For  Inventors.  A  kite  is  waiiiid  which when split  bile   llie  siir  "i'i   remain steady  and  easily eotiltoll-ilil", although  the wind  may  he blowliii; a I   lift eon or twenty  tulles an hour, mid wLdeh will be eapa  ble of llfllnc a m-m wMghhig fourteen  or fifteen  etone    A�� a  uialler nf fact  Ma |or  I fulfils of  ||;e   I'l-euch  army   is  offetlnc a  ni In1 of ��100 for a  kite r-a  pable of liftiii-. n   man  sixty   feet and  rcmainlri-r  with him at  that height for  an hour - London Captain.  By  most  people  and by many  doctors  i    ���Hence   their   treatments   fail.  The   best   authorities   now   agrea   that  restorative   treatment   such   a?     Dr.  Chase's '   Nerve    Food    is    the    only  rational   and   successful   means     of  Cure.  It  is not  so veiy nianv voai=. ���-iiic"'  diseases of tbe nerves weie attilbuted  ninl  The  Year  1?09.  This   ve.'ir,    I!)(i9.   enrrw,ponds,  with  tho year'7i!7-lSff the Hyxatitine era:  to {i(;iii)-70 of the .lewish era; to 2i'.(r_��  since (lie foundation of lioiiie. accord  ingi to V'a'rro; to 25tK) of the Japanese i  to the pioscuce of evil sp-ii  more: leceiitly mffcieis fiom, nervous  detaiier-mi'iits hare been tnkl that  th'e j* on!}   imagine  thoy are pick.  When Hi Chase's Noivc Food was  fit-t put upon th-* market as the  only- natural and effective method of  cuiing doiangonionts an.--ing from  e.hnufted neives it wn�� considered  almost revolutionary but its -utivoss  was remarkable fiom tho stmt, many  who us-ed it boinu cured nf such  severe foi mi* of nervous trouble as  loconiota'r ataxia' and partial par- ;  nlysis.    ,  .  Now,   the    very     best '..'authorities!;  I claim 'as'did.'Dr.-Chase that the. only '  rJot  That  Kind of  an   Indian.  An amusinf* iIlu-.Lralion of tho way  some of the Nevi York papers sacrifice , even, thing to ti to tolling of a  good story was afforded by tlie I/DUg-  boat-Shrubb race 0n�� of these -jour-  , nals in ('."sm-.biu!; Ihe race said 'hat  at one s'-iso. the Ind an iviu pretty  Koll ti-ed out t'nd ne"df*d to be ehee.-  e.l up, so Tori Flanagan brought  l.or.gbo-.i's Indian bride d**>"-,vn to the  side, oi the track where her husband  coul'l -voe  lier  'Ihe paper wont on to ?ay "Tl10  Indian could not und'*r=itind a wo-d  of Rnglish. nor could he under=tmd  sign? made to him by his trainers,  but tho smiles of his wife and her  ch"oiing words woke him into new  life."  This wo'dd have hren true of  r,ongb'.*.t*R s.rrat erandfathor. but. of  cour.se. iV talks rnsli'li. nnd lit*li*  else, while his bn'de was a school  teachor before her marr'aire a few  months aso--Toronto Paturd-tv Night  SELECTED  y For the WEST.  - B1.ST "for Lhe most Critical  Buyer. BEST for tlie Economist. The quality of 3*our  seed contributes everything  to your success. Insist' ou  , f^cKcnzie's Seeds, grown  for  the   West.     Address  BRANDO?  -'I  WRITE  FOR  CATALOG.  �����AlGAff)  J-LTA';,  A.  B.  fVSCKEMZIE CO.. LTD.  e.r.-i! to 2i;Sn of the Olympiads (/lie' firsl  year of tiie six ;hundi;ed,aiid seventy���-  .second Ofymplad begimilng' July. i.  IflOOV; to IS-2<J-'-'7 of the Jiohaimuedan  era.  T.^t n-K>i;.l vr.ni.oml. Ipttcr. "I'I Utl*nl-  Uiro on tlu.- i...!..i...-t .-A._>.if*t Ci.nl. KiTiiig  -our iiiMivm nnd.tlie nnmo o- thu pnpor.  In KUllloK'tit.  SCOTT A B'OTrVNE  126 Wellington Sl., W. T.rontn  way  tb, cure diseases .of the nerves is * ago  j to  rnake    the1  blood    rich,  red  and''"    ~  nutritious and to build up'.tlie wasted  nerve, cells  by such, -trfent-hient as Dr.  CHast-r's Nerve Food.  . Mrs; W. VR. Sutherland. St. Andrews,  Man., vVrites: '"In 1003 I was stricken  with - paralysis,  fell  helplessly  to tho  floor  and  had  to  be  carried  to i bed.  Mounted Po.'ice Travel Far.  An,evidence of the e.*.trerne nie;_s-  ares tb-.which,the Northvvost Mourited  Police will SP in' bringing delinquents  to justice is marked in a visit of one  of their officers to,-Toronto.-a few days  to lake buck...i-'horse thief.  GASOLINE MANTLES  C'l.uiiy   .-nni    Hollow    urn*   system.  State which vou u*-e.  High Grade Goods. Prices Right.  Prompt   Shipment.  G<\$  STOVE   DEPARTMENT,  Winnipeg   Elec.   Railway  Co.,  327.   Main   Street.,     ' Winnipeg  SEND    *J_JS   YOUR  Editor  and   Contributor.  Clearly   the  editor  had   been  in   *  bad   humoT,   for    in    returning   the! The doctors pronounced it a bad cas  regular    contributor's     last    consign-   as I had ho power in my tongue and  ment of jokes he had  written at the   left  leg.   , For six   months   I  lay    in1  bottom of the courteously vvorded re-I that   condition without   bonefit   from  The prisoner ' is. Thomas. H. Webb,  arrested in .Owen Sound, charged with  stealing the horse, harness and bu_rgy  of Ernest Machou, a reporter on The     , WE   PAY   UP   TO  $6. .;.  Calgary Herald. Serjt. J. J.' Wilspn. .- We are specialists in Northwestern j  N.W.M.P., brought Webb to the city, j Raw Furs and pay the highest prices i-  and took him to Calgary. ; for Foxes, Lynx, Wild Cats, Badgers, j  The  sergeant  is  a   famous   traveler-;,Etc.    Send  for price list and ship to ;  after  criminals,  and  arrested  the  no- j^.   F. ' PFAEL.ZER   &  QO.t  torious   train    robber.   Miner,   whose;; 6' East   12th  St.,   New''York;-    '  escape' from  prison  has  been  a top-o   --, ��� ^ ���   .  in   Parliament. ;   *  jection slip:  "These are older than the English  language. They antedate;the mother-  in-law and summer girl arid with  even less excuse fori being.','     .  The regular contributor wrote in reply:  "Sorry   to,, have   afflicted  you   with j,s0 wonderful a remedy:"  _iuch, chestnuts,   but   at   least    wherj    Dr, Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a  'they got back to me thoy wore roast   i box, 6 bokes for $2.50, at all dealers  td  ohaHtuuts. ��� ii., ' or Edmanson,  Bates  &  Co, Toronto.  the doctor's . prescriptions. 'My husband advised ilie to try Dr- Chase's  Nerve Food and by use 6f this treatment all the symptoms -disappeared.'*  I can now talk plainly, my leg is. all  right and lean do all my own housework.    I ani'grateful to be cured by  Romance. I  "What .do you th'Iui. bappened?" ' l'1_  "Tell tt.'> . " ��� ���'-'    ", ,    .j V10  "Conductor  saw   me   running  after;  the car. aud'he held it till 1 caught it.  What do you think of that?"  "What do I think of It? Why, I  think It's the inost original lie I've  heard for.n. long time. Good work,  old man."���'Cleveland Lc-Jer.''  KEEP YOUR IGNITION RIGHT  f all Gasoline Eagioe'trouble*  com-, from poor  ignition. ,  The    "VIM   MAGNETO*1      dor.**  away with U.itK'nrs *ii._ l*__) \  be uA*rdon iny < Ki.ffme,     it *  always (fivesa gooil lioMpark  Fully GuaritnteeJ ��� A$;en-��  Wanted.  A. R. WUHamt Machinery Co. Lira.***-.. Toronta  W.    N.    U.    No.   732.  y.'T.'^.'ffW*��<frcf^*"*''**'  .^1|i��*.v'ft-*K'��i-_T'3'i"  ^^-ff-^''^^'tfV*.l-y*_^fiinr?r*Wv ,-: v  Ai'':  "5'���">,*  ���       i*   ��� *        ���*���*">    i'    '  -\ h*   A  '**; jf'fl  f -*1 f'v;{i **;';>.'   -  I Sf 1'  ���#-*   '���"I*/ *-...  "  __kl l*r  it     4 -T"1    ,,,   j**'iy, * l       .  I ' l! .   f    ���V*T ���      ���.  - >'"-*���*.  'V v  ������..sv* ft;1.;.  '1 > .' 5* **��.���?.;/-.  ,'  t*-!?**/������ -I' j. ���*���> .n.i  Jr-.^iX   r*f'5" r,*r"''  ���5j^-'J(*-i       j,.--j_,V|'       J  '-?u ^"A^.'A.A:.:  ��__  *      ,ir _    .:,    >���*_  7>   Ji      p -.  IHE MQIia LEASEE.  P ibl.thed in the in forest of the jk-oj-1-  of Movie &nd Ens I Kootcnay.  0. O. F  0/ic  y-"t?tr/' .' $2.00  SATURDAX, MARCH, 20 1,909,  thing   on  Of the pain which mcny t-.cn.en C-pericy.c,e with every  nnorlh it makes the gentleness and kindness always associated wid. vt oi-i-U-hucd soc::i to be almost a miracle.  Wlis's in general no woman rebels against v. i.e. she regards ai a natural necessity tliere is no woman who would  cot gladly be free from this recurring period of pain.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pveseription makes  weak   women    e-tron<i   and   sick'   women .  well, snd gives them freedom from puin.  It establishes regularity; subdues inflom.  jtJ3tiort,   heals  ulceration   and  cures tc'   ,  xnsle weakness.  Sick women are ...vitrei]  to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,  f,\-e.    All   correspondence   strictly   private   and   sacredly  confidential.     Write without fear and without fee lo World's Dispensary Medical A- ociation, II. V. Fierce, M. D., President, Bu-T.do, N. Y.  If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  them" at' home, send 31 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing  only, and lie will send you a fiee copy of his great thoubi_nd-pp>*e illustrated  C_ir-.ir.on Sense Medical Adviser���revised,'up-to-date edition, in paper covers.  Jn h.-idsornc cloth-binding, 50 stamps. ���  ^jL-^Ns^LJ-.'"''''-'''  --���'���������-'���, "*"��� ii-  Meets Tuesday evening-, in -U-'Gregor  hall   on   Victoria   btrcet.    Ft-jouri-in..  Odd Fellows cordiailv invited.  C"...s. J. WlilTF V. J- S-JVT.1.  Noble Grand. ^CCI >'-  St. I-iigti-e J."**'-.** N,i* :57*  ->*^x   K. of P.  V^fe^f/iiruiig    in    -McGregor  V*S_��-_x*>/ 1j��11 -pi B  I'clfcJ-*   Vi��-  ^    iling bioihn's invited.  B. E.  Taylor, ���   ]���'��� A. J'nx  t'li'm cellor Com. K. R.ani' .'*  Shoe   Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  METAL   MARKE'  There should bo a general clean  r   'i. :    _ *1,.,'   _-^,.;.-.rr     i J-<''   lU    ��P i ��� - ->��� I. OUpBl',   -I-.'    C  -ng.u-o of  the  town   thi-   spring -J*     >,     ��  ,1      ' "���    "   ��� ��� \     A    '        41/1   ,-Lo.vdjx���Lead, .��13, 3s 9.1,  *  and the time is at, hand when' tbe      <������  , N zw YoitK���Ixir silver,  50^ cts.*  j Lo td $1.7o. Copper, 122 efs'  '^V5r-i ..-v V" r. ^ Pi A  woik should begin.  There, is ' a decided improvement in the conducting,of a_T*dis  at the land rcgistiT offloe at N>_1-  son, and you, no longer have to  wait a year or more to hear from  ��a conveyance, when you sent n  there to be registered.  , Stock Q-uotations.  Ft*-..s-isiirn  By  BKAf.!. .<_   KLWI......  Hid  A I e,l  Auro *.         *                '  "  2")  'Ions)li luted -*inelters  ,u, r.-TO'1  s-.oa  Cuu. Goliltlcl.H  .03  '  oe  'C.jinlirook I'lr. Ilriclc    '  '  '3.10  Xorth oiiu-  7',r  1  Soeuty tJlirl,      ,.,   .  i  ,     -.->  V illli u - -  j/,  1  12  '.Wew Tims.Cirdi  ���   Because   his wife  has,, c)iro.iic  f r n I    ���* ���'  cold  feet, is one   of  the  reason;-  -,,       .,.,',    ,    '        .    - Cranbrook      Us .'aid:���A     new  ..given by ft honid Spokane man in <          \             .          �����    .      ,  ?' u   / ,         ���     -       " time curd will  go ,i lto  ellacL   on  a suit for, divorce,   says   an ,ex fc..e a  p  ^    Qa  ^,j[.",   o,.^ . A!I  changf.    .Some men are born with   t-.a}ns   exc ,pfc.   the   -S .o bpolctne  _i_ SlrS^^'^^p^r^''" : cold feet; some men achieve them,   (Flye.O.wIU' bo ou  the' -fame, tira'e  AmMMMvUit-1-'^      but =1 he married   miu  his-'tlf-m |  s  heretofore.  'Th.   Flyer  from  fc'ie west  will/arrive  ac   1   p. i ni  and   tlie oiie   from  tha  ea3fc at  $|g^ :  i**!_. JflM _*t,V ��� 4  "Crlii-  ,r.  '���fe't*^*'"'  ��� _>"*^f*>"  ��fs$,."*-  SIS'. '.,*���-'���-*�� j?. . ,--  f.-.".J��'^>,'.a-5'-   **'    ,  . ..,._-Jf^^:'': '  ��� r; 1^*7.1* *f*^*>LV^._-v-��. ^  .   f ^-^���f-rt fr-***i_i*_.".iftj-, ��_     -V fi�����\   ,.  '     if*,':Ks*'*itK',i"'-'"S-*VC    -  ime's has  the  fallowing reference* to A. S. Cloccl  _, i.'      - v (  eve, ^[.   XJ.i   for ! t1.:��   Kootenays:  Mr. Goodeve has a  iDleasiug   per-  sonalitj'.    Ho is a man of splendid  s-, * -,1  .talent.     When , he  sp5ko   at'the-.  Lausdowne 0_.usei votive club  he  �� �� *" I ' r r Z P  began * . quietly, yet warmtd  to. his' subject' gracefully. * At  once you ould seo-'hi3 broadue_.s  of thonghb,"his all Canadian be  Hefs. lie'said he was an Ontariti  boy.*- , l'le'loved the old province  and while now a.resident   of  one  (5 30 p. m.  A Hero is  Dead, f  .t.-!i  'SiJ^-ii '  '* the country where  he  spent  his'  youth.       After'    a' veiy  happy  . ,       ii * " '  eulogy of the ladies, "Mr.  Goodevf  closed ��ith n brilliant  peroration  ior a white  Canada  and   Canada  t J * 4 1 . '  for Canidians.  j i      '   -Menelau. lQgham"died  in Na-  naimo a few days  since.      Abouti  four years1 ago   Ingham   was em-  ployed   in'the  Ex torsion  mi ies���  Ho   had   .spitted the fuse  for a  blast and ,was  on   "his    way    to  safety, when ho   thought   of- the  driver, who would  ba  iu' d.iuger  when  the   blast   went   off,  and,  without any thought  of  hitii.elf,.  he 'rushel   back   to   warn  him.'  Th? powder went* off1 as  Ingham  nea'ved ��� it*,- and1 the  unfortunate  -man's spine was broken.   Ingham  has bsen on his back in a'hospital  since, till   relieved' of his   suffer-"  i ig by death.        ,       - ���  '  Miners Elect  Officers.  St.   Joseph's,   Convent.  NELSON, B. C. '  hoarding and Day School co"_H.iict-  ed by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson .  Ji. 'G. Commercial and- business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characteaize each do-  parlrfieut. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public tho .thoroughness   of   the  Sisters'methods of teaching. . Teims  commence January; April and Sept  Pupils are admitted 'durinc t.orn--  JltlY   YOUR'  i v  Cigars' :, , - ;*;  Tobaccos. ���;;  t   i  Fruit and  1 -     , **  ���-',"., ���**-..  Gon'fectip fiery--  '   .       ��� 'FB.02I    ' ����� ���  i ��� , i -      *'    *     '.-       i  - /A. B, Stewart-  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 VV, F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hull every Saturday evening. Sojourning meuitier-.  are cordially invited to atuuid. _<  .Alalc'olm McNeill     Tho��. K.  Kelly  ''  I-residc-iit.   ' .    ' Secretary  Harvey,    McCarter  *&  Macdonald.  Barristers. Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrooi..   -���. -    S. C.  THE CANADIAN BANl  OF .COMMERCE  Paid-tip Capital, $10)ooo00ft  Reserve Fund,'-  ^  HEAD .OFFICE. TORONTO    *  B. E. "WAIKEi-, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  'and  R. A. SMITH  (*  ,    '   , SUOI.--IA.----.,  MOYTE. -  B.   C.  STOl' AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  W.'F. QTTKD,  ' r <.  .It.VRRISTBH, SOLICITOR, KTC.  CRANBROOK.   ' ' ,. B. C  DRVF. B. MIL-ES,   '  ;     'vDEN'TIST.,..      j  Cranbrook, B, C.  .   WHEN IN  ' : . , CRANBROOK  Xi. ir. S.lJ.-r.t,, aiKiiHger. ,  '  I ' \ ''',''  Good roams, good tables and  bur'.  ��� aud   lirst class sample r'wai'e.  Branches throughout Canada, and.iri the United States and 1*  SAVINGS BAIS^DEPARTMEW  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest a!!o -. ��� '  rates.  , Accounts  inay  be opentU'ln i!iC n.imes of i   * ^"^  more  persons, and withdraw;.!., made  bv anv       ��'  "���' ' \    one oi' Ihem or, by the ,suriivoi. '  CRANBROOK BRANCH:    .      '-".   ' ��*  '����� t. mmiri  rp^A^4l  ��hm^;' -^  "j i r  Wm. Jewell  George H Thompson, -  i   \ -r,'      '  ,| .BARRISTI'fi, SOLICJTOU  v        '   ,  ,'    tary PuiriLic, itc. '  ' .        I * 3     -  I * "* ,"'.,'  CRANBROOK,     .British Colciibia  FRESH ;AND   CURED  CI  Wi; R. BE ATT Y  ������'_. Embalmcrjand Undertaker.  "4-  'A.VD  Ei  Femie Relief F.and.  *��* * .V tf i '    ���  "'^-���^   I  h- nr \ +1     ..  'm^^MM' *-'  L Tin ���"    ���-*��� **A* v*tr~J l,w      ���-    )  ,*r>.1*JI��t5,Jr.v _'J -. l^  ipw* -Ts-d ?**!;-'  [���"'������Mir \r*Ja_'.J.i-s  4l*K  j-l I'l^Ati  ^.5_ff^-.-*I  '*'_ iff-- 'V-.ih  At a meeting of the Oenm-al  "Fire Keliel; Committee' it was decided to.release Mr. -Lockhart provided tha ' stun of $1,."500 was  placed to'tliecredifc of the fund  co cover the alleged 'defidb and  incidental expense.*, and give him  an opportunity to mako any explanation he might wish to off jr.  This was done p.nd Mr. Lock hart  wit!?" released from' custody." '^\Ir.  Lockhart came back voluntarilj'-,  a fact which materially strengthens the general beliel' that hi8 innocence will be established.���  F_-rnie Free tress.  DB$0l  "Limited. '  moyie,:'b. c.  Phone 9.g'  OR.VJNTBROOK  Following is the list' of' olficers  elected by the Moyie Miners'  Cuion forrLli3 ensuing  term:  Malcolm' MeNeill���President,  Win,, Flemming���Vice-Pres.,'  James Roberts���Fin  Sec'ry,  Joe McLaren���Ilec. Secij",   ���  Mike It.gran���Treasurer.  ^ i  .  Cecil J^Le"^Ullan���Condnc' o -,  Joh t Fraser���Warden,  Fiu'fL.ce Commit'ce    Paik   kulivay & mining kxoiseskisc  T. T. McVitlicCE.,       V L. S. II.- Y. Parker.-C  McVITTIE & PARKER  i  Provincial Land ' Surveying    '  Olirk*, John Fraser,, Joe Mclorer,  T usteos���."Michael   Campbell; T.  Fj   Kelly,  Joe   McLaren,  A.  Gill,  J tines A, McDougall.  A'J ih'gate   to    Conventiar.���*Mt_l-  co'tn McNeil).  Trout Fishing.  According to the new Fisheiics  Act the season docs uot open i' r  trout fishing ttutil May 1st, in  stead of March ..".th, as in formei  years. 'The act also provides thai  no trout under eij.'lit; inche.0 in  length" s-hall ba taken iu tlit-  waters of British' ulunibia. and  if taken shall be returned to the  waters alive. No trout under  three pound, iu weight shall be  bought, sold, or exposed for sale  in the province ofBiitish Colum-  bi i.  Tc=9  Estimates Ftnn'.shed.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. 0. Box 25.    .  Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11,  Winding  Up.  i    C. R. Hamilton,' of  Rossland, as.  liquidator,    give,    notice  in   last  -vveels-'rf'issiie. of   the   .Bfiti-Ji   Columbia Gaze-tte .of. the winding, up  ���of.the   War   Eagle  Consolidated  Miuing    and    development   com-|  pauy,.   limited,    lihe   Centre   Star-  Mining company, limited, and the  Sr-.   E igjno ,'Cj'a. jlidited    Mining company, limited,   the proper- i  ti s of all of which are owned   by i  ���iho     ConstLdated    Mining     and  Haie.tiiig cori.p:iuy   if   'J'raif.      Al! "  claims against the oil  ;��*.;-!.ip-...i.i*  ur.) "i'of|.ii/-i'd to ijc! in   JAr,  .llxw.W  tou'.H hind-! at Jtos.slund oi ov   be  .  sore April l~>, ,n.-xfc.'i    '       ' i  1   .,<-.'. *  z  *A\  A Perfect Stick  is    what    the    average    ready-made  makes a man look like.  CJ No softness, no flowing curve-*, no  vigor.  ���**_* Be among ihe, well   ckesse-c.   men.  ^.Clothes mack for you and for nobody else are the only kind that will  give yoii Character, Grace and Good   - ;*j-*q*v  ,,  Form.   . > ...  <$ Clothes    patiently,    and.   lovingly  shaped and worked by handio fit you.  ���_ Enough fabrics to make your eyes  glisten, ef.ough color, to make them  swim.  TWO SNAPS  $600���Buys Furnished  House and Lot.    Clear title.  House re.its for $15 a month.  $1500���Buys boat business  find house on Movie Lake  complete.    Terms given.  ROOMS���Several rooms suitable for housekeeping. $10  per month.  FOR SALE-1200 siiares of  Moyie AVater Go Slock.  F, J. SMYTH.  ; -���   ,; MOYIE  ,   Express and Gener-  :  a! \Delivery';.-Bu'sir '  n ess.     Li-vtery. and. -���  ,, " . ���     -.  Feed Stable. ,  /���  ��� -   -  WOOD   AND  : COAL  "'A-    For- Sale����","/o  '   -Leave Orders at'   "  ���_��� ' ' **  GWynne's Store/  '  Moyie, - * * < British"'Cc.umbia  ;      /;     ,//.       ���   -���  . ������ .-x "  " '     ��� u "'������'j  1^' I u~r -���t������T      j''  S^XD/YOUP.rWOEK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY: i;   -  ^STEAMv;>?.'V-:  ;laun3dry.;V    ^  l\    ; NELSON    _,:   '*   '  All'White> Labor.' ^  Vb-  .'fl.  Largo 'astori-meM off. Go-Car ts' iaiid-'Ba'by Carriaw"  9 Pripes from -Soup,    ' -,     -  "   f. .''';'','".       i -"'    . ������  Gr anbrook vv Co-Operative    Sfbresl  oyle Bfeer  ��  V *-",'. *       ' cl   ll  As made by, the prescufcfbre-'y^r, ts n'dniUtedly the |  Beat Beer in, Eftst'K6otea_-y. With tho Be,*. I'if'al. f  an'd^tho Purest Spi,iDg*yVTat<.r it ia unexcelled for "J  ��� "^     ---���-^-��� - ||  I  ��  l\  0  ;  , (quality.    Insist on bavirig Moyio, B<_er,  BOTTL'ED^i'NbiDRft'FT BEER '  JUlJltJS: MUELLEB, vPIlb?,  c * ��� .-%   , ^ ...  "-���%,.���  r\  \J  ��.3:o_3_ri_E3, _B. o,  GENTLEMEN���      -'  '        ij i  If you want a stylish, up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.   ,  ' We  guarantee all  Our Work.  , .Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  t i  ,   l       > i '  Prices Right.  0. A. FOOTE  IMercliant Tailor.  MOYIE, ' B. C  TUi-;-  i  Tail  . W. FITCH :  Sole Agents.  | ��� N'o-ncE  I   'CR:A."NBROOK LAND  DlBTinf.-T,  DISTRICT  ', OKSOUTllEKN DIVISIO.S- EAST KOOTKXA.'.  TA KE   notice (lint Henry J. Cooper of Moyio  Ii. C, occupation, blackstnit'ii, inteiifis to npply  . tor pctmisHion to piiroliusc the /olloiving ilu-  scribed land.":-    '  ! Comrnencing nt u post plnutcrl on ,'tho north  bank or Use I.itilo MoyU. River, nuri tlie west  boiinilury of tho ('.p. n. right of way:- thence  west 10 chi-.iim. thence north GO ciiains. thence  oust 50 chains, inhrc or los-r, to Movie Hi vor,  t'n*iir*e .on tli ward on u'cxt. hunk of riser to C. V  R, rlsbt of wny, then iy.;.-Kt bounilary of uniii  ri_;ht olwny to point of ciiminiinccment, cou-  tuiniui,' 1C0 acres, more or Ursil.  .   HKN-RYJ. COOl'ER.  Dated Jan. 20th, 1'0'J.  DJ-SACLXIKIl     lSKOS,   l*oim,  J.ari;e sample loom in connection  with house for commercinl men. BcbI  of aocprnmodation.. !  Ileadquarters  for   Com-   .  raerciiil and-AliniugMen. "���  Qtj'EEXS   AVENUE, *���     MOVJF,  R. 0  Are*Y���ouThnkinj  of Buying a Typewriter?  IF   SO      BUY   AN,   .-''.,.���'���  "OLIVER"  $12."..    EASY   PAYMENTS;:  F*". J. Smyth.  Agent      "��;      -     i Moyie  Loave work with .the   local agent  A, B. STEWART.  O. F. DESAULNIER  .    DEALER, IN.  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A^e.      MOYTE  ��� J. C.v Steam Laundry  CRANBIIOO \A  Give our woik a  trial   and   leave  |woik  with  A. B. Stewart,     Agent,  MOYIE, B. C;  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  ... Th is liotel is  now  under  new  management, and is first class  . in every respect.  B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street, MOYIF.  MOYIE    HOTEL,]  i      ' i ���...  .'     - P. i. JOBJVSTOJf  �� This Hotel is^New and well Furnished The  I . Tables stre Supplied with the Best the  I ' .Market affords. The Bar is Filled with  i        the Best, Brands of Liquors and. Cigars.  | HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  i  I AND MINING MEN  8  movik ���        _    ,   ___       _    -  L- _ -mtirisn coin"-'  ����������������� ��<_w5��*��*����6s��ee*<w������������o��a����a*K��s<-  Spring is Here I  N d n is t'i3 tim 3 fo-**   I  *     . .    '    - f'  every good citizen   o  Moyie    to    think    o^'  building  and ' improv-l  ing their town. j  SEE !  asBaBmcsssBcsa *  _  CALDER BROS.  THE JIOVJK   CONTllACTOltS AND M-'.-.''1'112  Estimates  cheerfully   given,  il  SEE  Thos. Summers  CigarF,   Tobacco,   Fruit  and  Confectionery.  TOYS,   NOTIONS   ETC.  South  Victoria   St.  ��  for bargains in R-^al Estate*  8f?-.B*l_.  wm  Puwi  ��"$  ^��3  -3  f" -,&  W  r,*  %  ���W  fr-tj  BW  M  g  Bf   _��� ,_l,ft  8."  hAi  ��9  ?* 'i  \    'SJ  . ''t  1"*.     jjj-  r   ��� j  ti  ?\  fc    ^  U  p '*  1 .'  y.)  r  .  'S��^  A-             ->  t'*  (,.     M  ".il  �� Au  I:*  . .***

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