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The Moyie Leader Mar 6, 1909

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Array iyouii  WATCH  Sceive  careful   attention   il  ft with us for repairs.  W. H, W��LSON.  >/V'l^ Y1*b/  5WCLLKK  CI.ANJ3ROOJ.  l)L.  IT   |V<),  IS  V,'e  v,*i.  ;---~f  ��� C -*t��*��5  X vj U**>  -_&BS^dyH 'fb  optk-ia:;1  BYES and gvaran.ro  a   iifc  j'f-iur.t. yoiVr ni'TK-v.  W. B\   WILSOKT,'  ��� it.vr'h'r.'.'Oi-c  i^"S��d"^��^  M'M'IK,-B. C, ���  M-AltUII <<, (909.  DRY GOODS  SPUING.  '  Our shelves* are -nyuin criti'umed with, sprin"  &��i '      '    "' '���  ""  ARRIVED  TOE, S S. '    GENERAL FLOAT       f  goods  ' Wc have bought twicertl.6 quantity tins year,  than 'on' jfiny previous   occasion, and' having  cleaned lip'on^our 'recent, sale wo are now pre- n  pircd to show, the'people of Moyio a New Stock  of Spring Goods. ��� Market prices on  most, lines  of dry goods have gone down; put in.price-but'  pot "in fluidity.    Bring your  'friend'"and    see  lhe now'goods., ''.-,.--  ' . i- * * ���  CAMPBEXaL.'S  "*   ' , FO-lt '-JUA_--T,Y.   '     ' ' '      '  I!/  >./i  ^ ' cv  US-3SS *?^53-5t.*3-&i>-3-5-_.-SF5*a* J3d��5  i *        * , ,  j    Perna. is to have an up to  U:.t*s'  steam laundry.  Hill .Miner Is suicTlo be in  Au=  tralia,. y '  A pulp mill id to be  established  'on Vancouver island. ' '   l         '       ��� i  | , The city of Nelson' ha3   taken  iover the btro'dt. railway.  Chapman-MacK^y.  The fi-llowiiig account f.f ihe  'Jhnp.nm-M leK.ty w.-dding is  tik-en f.-om tlie N.-L-nn Duly  Xew.**. of M irch 4th: ,i  ' A quiet wedding was eel eh rated  ut St,'PaulV Pre-ibyt'eti&n   umn-e  iu Nels'in early Wodnewi iy morning,   when    RoV.   J.   1. I'd-giHon^  tin-ted in muriage Harold   Ch-ip-  man of .vJ\.yi��., second*son, of  Mr.  and Jfn. J. T.   Oh .pm-.*i, of  Pur-  View, and "Miss Christina' .Macluiy;  of fchis city, only a'few i-iimodii.e  relatives,being present' Mj-.s'1'.va  Chapuimi; acted'   as'   brid-m-ud  while  the  groom wa3 supported  issued.   ,'"'    ���'    ' . -,'    ' '   by, Vernon. Chapman.  7      . . Tlie bride, who ha3 a large nlim  it H_ reported thut'the "C. P. ,R.  ber of friends iii this' city 'having  *3 A, YKAJi  LOCAL ASSAYS  ^S-'<-^r*c$-S >"S9-?3-*ir->-=i5:* 5/? �����$> =���__?(/  V  * I        j.    ���-  M*9'��559'*a.:9*��*S*9-_J5S5Si^$5-55JSi.;_>;5  ity  **_/     V'4^./.* -*J*-. **���. ^tr   ^  ns  ���to  m  %& I    The Vanouver mine at.Sdver-  ��  toy has Jea -ed the Wakefield mill.  A telephone directoiy  covering  the whole' district  ia* soon  to  be  igars^^b^GOs; v  Confectionery  ' '  ''       A FRUIT. ETC. "      '      ' -      '  fAHRKLL BJ/irtK;  MOYIE  roundhoiHQ i-i to be moved '.ram jresijfd nere for  some tun   years  Nakusp to Jljsebory.        ,    .     ... ^ during which time she has   taken  a prominent part   in   church and  Herman Clover of ,New Denver  has sold tho Tiger group to Monty  David for $SO,Q00.  ��tul Office  LVKUOOK.  Fire; Life- and Accident' Insurance.  ������_*�� a n. ��.a *�����������_��������nd,    ��3h  MOYIE,. B. C,  '.The teller in v the',_ Nor.hern  Crown Bank ��� at S iskatoou has  evaporated! ^ Ho'took $5,000 with  him.f     ���',  "J eVpect next/^veel-ifanotJier1 car*of,   '-. '.*-,/  [������������GkhQAM ��� M'lL'LINCi". 'G0?SfV*'  .MOtlS V H UNQ^R I AN; '-PA-TENT  *  *. '       \ Vv-       , .    .    ,      .   . |t ���*-,       ,  ���:'..'���'���;.���'���flour''"'���* v 'A .'������'"  '"-" " '   , - -.1'   * * " -'.'     V   ,      ",,'.. -  -with vBfari,; Chops,, SWorts- etc., -   - " '���  r -'Also a"car of Potatoes.' *   ��� -:'  ?n "COME AND SEE US  ^Tiie 0." P. Il,' liner "EmpresS of  Chi pa ;ha*3 ju'st boon' equipped  wilh a. Mircoai wireless ap-  paraiu*.. �����    ���'    ' ,       ',    ,.  1   1 ' _    '     1 t  v There'is a bounty, of '$15 per  .scalp oh ciu^ars.'and the' Indiatis  around Cresfcoh are picking up  some easy momf-y.  'Ii S'tflyon the  people- are  very  social circle., tya. very, prettily  attired in a travelling coTttime of  blue with hat to match, while the  coptiime w(prn by the','bridesmaid  was also of blup,  ���On the termination of the.ceie-  mony the weddiiiglpirt.y proceeded to tho ' C. p. <��� J., station to,  sho.wer,.heaps    of. good    wishes  ' E^P. K��m m u(ia=!  (aA: as far  *iJitc'e,)it the fit-sfc of the,week.  ir-vve you fpph th*a display of'^K  fancy vos��_. afc C. A. K'ooto'd -tore?   I S>  Harry White, custom? collector/tj>  afc Cranbrook, was iu town Thurs-' dj  ^���- , ' .A       ���       '    ' % '  >   Tbo  Miner.,3   Union  election   U''(fy  heing^cld toil.iy.    Tin 'pjll dosef. '$jj/   '  at S o'clock fches evening. '     '{it'*  ,Wra. Sullivan   went *'to  Purnie!^^  list   Monday  nnd   will   be  awav(\^  'Coloiing method.*,   st.fcr'i  for about two we ok 3.    , ,, '-.     '.$   dclica'q tint', ii.ed. fl  Bruce   Xttwond    and   wife   of'\./v  Cre-^fcpn were in Moyie on "a  vi'-,ifAt)   <  Jurinat the week. "   ,     i$)    .  We;boiiglit f.,r th;*. yeai"-fmp->i'i,-  ami'/ pnn' ^ow   yn��� "a  raufito of 27, pattern,'to t.W-0 f,om in ;��� cjmdiii,-*. ', wVal^o  "^ -      -IIU-.A III" a 1 .1 If. 1-   )-;u  5 I k tr ' " ' "  Op   Carj.et'.S'i'i.u-t'-- at.d P'o<-i  >v nil Liie nnpioved   4 .  -*r*>  fidors  are introdo'-n.'.!  nnd   more   ^'^  LINO-t EU^IS.  ^Mi-a. E. A. Aucuempangh r>f,r  ���Srfafctlo i.s hero ' on a short vi.-ifc  with.her sister, Mra. XI A. Deagoin  Tha three year old chtl 1  of Mr  ^  and    Mr*.   Dm   M,.-E Lcliern' dhd ^  Wednesday of tub'ei calar  meningitis.       .  ""   ".      ' V        '-  Geo.' Parker    leffc'',jNiouday  for  Silvorfconl where he  has riceepfcprt , ���  a good pori'don m ,the .'Wakefield'1 S&;  mill ������ ' *'���  ^    range of 23 pattems-to dio^e f,o���, in ;. cpi'diik.-*. ', wV(l!d0 ' P  1/   had the 'mapufactui'c.-, inidcchp a book Spe,ial!y (jf o���r.n(v���.  T   '  V>    Patterns'whichwe^iUbogU.Uo iofc.any  one  have   for  ��\\ -  Short time .who care to   m.-.ke a t lccfioo'-'in   t'ld.  uko shovps ihe q-pdi.y.of the linoleum  '\       '     Valiics to stand bohind our reputation.'  s��  v\ a y.  fl.  It tt\  MacEaclierq' ���'&. '.Macdonald  Mi. Chapni-iu >behijc employed  there in the capacity of engineer  at the concentrate.*. of , tlie *Ss,  Eugene mine?     ',    *  Both bride and. groom are   well  ,REqARDING:>lj_CES  .. There are, UOdiirn'-nrj .ek.  "who  make SJocan*Cifey,.their headquarters. "Oiily; niii9,men aref working ^lC5CIILa  in-   tho^mines .tributary   to.   the tulatibi-*  town.       ,...,,'  tho'coasfc cities  S.   P. S'ippirri   was   here   from  .    -.-���    O^'Kirydu'iiK the week  locking  ing paid-froquer^fc   visits   to   her j -for South African "W-vruscripfc  to  brother    and    sUtey-iu-Liw,    Mr. .purchase.    He wasViieiiu-   $750  and Mrs., Charles  A,  MaclUy  of  for it." '.  _ iwr.,and Jtrs. Chapman were the  reefpientd of numerous haudsome  Tuesd-iy'from a   bu^s  tX    o 11' " W, '-M "ley     ha" ?' ^   i"^* .^"P -f   ^   I^rtu   Ri, .  mp, u0   betu rented for the purpo.o.  1        .        17--    ----     -,*-��� j  * a        ' ��� 0.s��^... mc     .ten  much perpldsod over the question knop*ri'iu Moyip,   the-biide   hav'  of time. , *>Ts.srro is an hosuV  dif- '"" ":j " '    ''*       '     "  'forenc-Vbetwoon the C. p. it.   time  ttiid the city ^timo.  Courts' of Revision.  , .tf.1 1  _ The Bi itiah Col in.bia ; (Saiazete f  Kives police that com ts of revision.!  of the voters' iiVfc will   be. held as;  ^���mbev'c.impJ.-.sL'.S-.cii.-iUy,  held Mpiiday afternoon. ���-. .RrtV. u.  !���'. GA\U emj i.:'..j,l t'.n OJ,-vic,.���'  aud int^rais-it, -,v_i, iu '^ ^ ,y^  cemetei-3". . 1  Dr,.Morc3r Dead.'  presents and messages of  coofera-  _ T,ho"'c; P. .11., will', build- large  shop? .afc Wosfcminbfcer J-inction',  ntior.t'2D mile, front Vancouver.  -These shop's will, turn Voufc .both'  cars and locomotives.  The bridegroom's-.'giffc tp the  bridesmaid^ , was "a'--.jiand.oma  brooch of gold and'* pearl'' and "to  fch'e groomsman a dainty tie pinf.  1 .'.-A;point, of interesfc.'in' connec  fciou with the erent was  the  fact  offi,:e.  ,- t*   'i *,    -,        I,-, ii  Mr. Il8rbe---fc G^ E'vaus  will, re.  sume'his  music and ."sinking  lessons on,.Monday,.'jfai-eh Sth':    Ad-  ���dress P-.-st0.S2e lljx ,3.'  S. O-.1 .Blayloelr.   superintendent  can'at Now Denver, ou ihy 4t  In eatdi ease the, cdurfc ' v.'ill oiieii  at*10 o'clock."',   ,'V -' A  -��, ^  A  Xnst one jear in business. , , **'  AVliat is the rfesuU?    ', ��� ��   * ^ "'���  That every buyer of jrrooeries lias been .paid ,a  large dividend by,the reduction in price**. ���  Moyie ^Co-Operative Association,-Ltd-  handles only the host grade bf goods.  A fresh shipment, of groceries  and  fruits   to'  i'l'ivo in a day or two/ ,  fnion'mem; UNioisr' aoors*  MOYfE'3    LEADING    HOTEL. .' '    ij>  ..The siage line between ,M"ulIan  authority for  the  and ^yali.tce, IJaUo, his bsea dis- \lhG first to'-be-issue  continued, and the   regular  daily   co;u't "Souse-41  trains' will  hereafter' h-uidle  the !  Presbytsi'ian *C]iiircli.  1 ' .  Sirvices 011 S.inday  evening at  known both in M-iyie and'. Can-,  brook, and there is a gp-.--fr.il'' fee.-,  ing;ofu-egretr over li'i*. demise.  Local. Option.  fj "   Fither Coceola, formerly of the  eljr i,:i3tu'ed by a falling  tree List J subject of 'the  Method's,  c  bii.incs.. Tluu one of the very  oldest stage lines in that part of  the cau-i.i-y, his pa'sisd oufc of  existence.  Tree Fell  on  Him..  t was  the'  fact".*  S' c*-  -Clayloek.   superintendent '"'       ,'" .���: L    ,   '" |'V"    '    "          license,   giving  of tWS/.' Eugene-iriue,   returned       Sirvices 011 S.inday  evening at I     r'''titn:cv *^-B.-ide lias mid.   t*.<_  weddiug,   was  yesterday f.-om his 'trip" to East-1 J^-    A. duet on tided" "TJie .Morn-111"3;3" icemen n,th.ifc  tha   q ies*tii,.t  id  in' the'n��w ej'u Q��eGce. , ji"*?  Ij-.ud"   v,-ill  be   rjudered   by |of lf'c.i.1 uyt,; >n u-i,'|   be  s P.-uif tt-1  *        "    '*        "UobV    Pifcfcerson,  rep^entlng'^n^yg;^111'5- ^-^o.., to the peopla of D i.*.h   a.Uu ,. A>   ~   >          '     theSin2erSjwins1uachi.il*..   i,-   ���?,,       O.i'    T..*-��.*l��*.*-   Nr���-��i"      n.i.     ..,fl���tm'm   of a plr.hi,cite.    T.i 1  C. A. Ross, a  rancher  on'ldsh-  niau creek near Ryau, wns sever-  the Singer Sjwingiuachinp,  is   in/     On     Tuesday,  , .March     Oih,   a  bown for a few days.    Mr. Patter- f =fp*?ciaI     con-jregationnl    iucet.iiig  son   and  his    wife    now   live   in ! ���vi''1 bd heW iS,c y P*   -a-   to f��rLhei-  'consider the calling of an ord lined  Ntlson,  k  Ruined" Life"  Sfc. E igene Mission, i*. putting 'iu  a b.^d winter with the Indians in  the'far north. Tae wjather his  been severe a-id there hi.   been a  Tuesday. Dr. Gofun wis taken  down ou a handeir in the afternoon and attended to the man's  injuries and.returned to town   on  Sunday evening. Sji vicrs  shortage of food,   making   travel P^e   Soo Spokxne    train    iu    the'  and hunting almost   oufc   of  question.  the  ootenay  The best of accommodations  V,  for'' the Traveling ��� Public.  1  Billiard Rooms.  fjir-je nnd Commodious Sumyle Koop-is  McTAVlSH &CAMERON  Proprietors. p.  The C. P. It. irrigation system  I at Calgary now consists of 1100  'miles in ditches. The work cm-  ploys 1000 workmen aud 2J0 engineers. The area involved* is  3.000,000 acros, and the work so  far covors moro thau one-fif oh of  the fcotil irrigated area of the  United States.  evening. Ro*s is now in the hospital at Craubrook and there is  some hope for his recovei y.  will   bo   the,  n reh  at  date the voce will' ,be   ttko.i  not been'djcid��.'d up >u  11 a in. and 7::30 p. m.  welcome.  Strangers  JUST   ARRIVED.  ^VtiK' nolihv styles in Derby shoes, just the kind you  |b" 1 looking for in O.vfordd and lials. Also our now  fi: yamp\os of 20th Century Clothing. Call and leave  ; mi'.-i-uire f'.oi' the latest style for spring at thc up to  i 1'unii.shincr )louse.  Til 13    FURNISH I'-I-..  ' -">��&�� >e���� >��eo seee ��e���� j&������e������a������'9-��9*9��affes������ ��e����i  fmpariai Bank of Canada,    j  P,..,:t-.i     a., ii.'.'.'j .1 i. in firW'iVWI * *"  John L Sidlivan, Jake Kilraiu,  Charlie Mitchell, "Tug" Wilson  and othor famous lighters as well  as Il-ickens-dimidt. Gotch, 3fah-  niout, the Terrible Tu>k; Jenkius  and Dr.. Roller of wrestling fame,  will give d lily b *.*cing and wra-sfc-  at   the   Ali-ki-  .  Next Parday.  Xe_-cfc Wednesday will bo payday afc the Sc. Kngenc mine. On  account of' February being a short  month the amouut to be disbursed will not be as large as usual  The amount is $38,300.  D. J. Elmer was in town Tuesday representing the D.ivid II_>,_���-  inn ci^ar. Mr. Elmer predict-, a  hummer of a year for South Kisfc  Xoot'enay, and few are in better  posi'.ion to know tliau he.  Buildings Going-, Up- '  Ai.Do:i,i,   the   hru'ier   tun   b i  procured   Cal |.:*   j5...s    will   c nn-  Viows of "B. O.  A   New Firni^  ling exhibitions  Yukon-Pacific  summer.  The firm of Roberts .fc .Messin-  ger will occupy the new Conrad  building on and after iMirc-h 2oth.  Thej- will eirry a complete line of  ladies'    and    gents'    furnisbingt-,  'Every seat in tho I\r-jfchodt=fc  church was occupied Thursday  night to listen to the excellent  lecture of Rev. Dr. White entitled  ''Here and Thero in B. C." D -.  White knows Biitish Columbia  like a book, and by the aid of  illustrated, views brought; the  beauties of our fair provinco close  to the people.  minister. R-JV. O. a. ^\'���iJson,  suporintendent of home missions  for British Cjlurabu. will be  present.  The ladies of  the  fiesbyteiiau  church will give a IVu   Cent Teajmeute tlu pi^tin,-un of %  \nvln-  aboufc  the    nth of   March,, com-ling on   the  Fiubu.   l���c'   north ,.��  mencmg   ab    IJ  o'clock  an'd  con J tho     I ifcji-inti >i vl    Intel.      Tli ,  tiuuing throughout the   evening, j building will b. lSv2l ,in ( will h ,  Miss    Grace     A",   l.jimer.   imper-  occupied by To.u   Si_iB.fJ  a*  .c  sonator    and    ven.riloq-rist,   will I store.  probably   be   here   on   the  samel     Odder JJ.-os.   are nTikiuj  g0J I  date, aud will give an*etifcertain-  mehfc, for which there, will be au  extra charge. Mi_.s Homier comes  very highly recommended.  progre5.���o:i    tho  new   reside io i'  which D m U 1   Pj 1 p3  i.   h ivin ,*  built on bii  lot  o.i   u n-th   Tivia-  tock sti(.e<-.  .6- ���^^^"ff^^'jy^ ^^^ V8lS*2S?S'3g2i3P2 ''2��%P2y5 vy  -s  ii  MONTE    CRISTO."  St.   Patrick's   Concert.  exposition thi, t,?0t_. shoe?, etc. Roth are young  and energetic men and are very  fovorably known to the people of  31 o j ie.  Preparation is being made for a  concert on the ovening of St. Patrick's Day, March 17 1*.  TWO SNAPS  K. of P. Ball.  ���Capital. Aufclioi-ized������--  Capital Paid Up������"-���'---  -$10,0q0'u00  .-..-5,000,000  .....fi.ooo.obo  , HI! A NO. IKS* IV  ri'UriSiPCOI.UMBU.  Ar"' " lioti-1, CIoLloi.. "Cumioous, Mifrlii'l, fSel-foii. Ki-Yc-lntoke. Vloforiannil Vancouver  ^avirucR' -B.an-k Dprart-m^nt.V,.;  '''refifcivlUiwod an d-?*r>o'i:ifc:i at; cur rout rat::t from   ihtto  of  "' i it;'' .''      *   '������      '���.'���'������'. ' ��� ;'       '.'   ' *   "''  '^AMBROOK BRANCH. ; . |.v''  ' ' :. J. F, SVV PJWKHAfv.  ^��ft-if*ftj.  v?**AJ'ti:>:b&&W;\ *'5Xi';> Cv  ��!.-liU.      ..  e.i ' . ��� ���  ���'*)..,     ���>'  wk'i'iniHi  �� I   I * ���  I! ���*���������' >  .     - ��,v."O.X. �����.  Mariaqf-'i*.  S<j00���:Buys , Fi'i'iiishcd  House and ���Lot.'-' Clear title.  Hjbus'o roots for $15 a month.  $1500���Buys boat   business.  h.o.iv-'o"- r-n   Moyio' '.IV-ki''  Tn'ih*-; ^"'ivon.. .  BMYTH...      ���'. ;  M''>V.'"'.:  The members of St. Eugene  lodgo Xo. .'57, Kuiguts of Pythias  are mtiking al r.vhgements for the  giving of thoir regular annual  ball on the evening of .Wednesdfij*-,  April llfch.  \o:  3-Cikp ���'-Koran  Hurt.  Mike Moran, pf Atpyie who  has  (i<'r>n ������finpli.iyed in '.'onstniofcio.n  v.;oi*i- on the new tunnel ��� at'Field.'  mi-"-.*; with a ba<i accidont ..tids  vve.-ik in whieli lie h*ul aV'log-  f'fi'k.rn and an firm cru-ahed,.' I\i']*.  yAy.i.ii is in Mi.-.-, hosnital at l*"i*.rIii.  he Society Girl Mining  .any, Limited  (.VON  P1.I..-O...U. LllRUJTM  RTGiSTERD  OFFICE-   MOYIC  Organised under the laws of Hi i.i..!. Coluie.l, i >.  AUTHOSIZCD CAPITAL.  SI 000,000  Divldi-d into I,n0(i.ooi) ......res of the par value of $\ 00 ea< h.  1'iilly paid and nou as:t>s*ablr\    0,00,000  shares  i u-  nudn in the  (reasui v.  30ARD OF DIRECTORS:  J   P. f-ARPJCLL. Secretary PHILIP   CONRAD  P'-TO-ilTony  The Canadian Bank of Commerce, *.Cranbrcot, B.-C.  .     ; .     SALE'-OF'-STOCIC''     ''���.���'���    '  The company has placed on the^natket   for- a limited   time  lO0.U0O.shnres of ti-ea-iny  stotk,,  the   Same   to   bo      ���'.  ���*��� s*..ild,,:it twenty-live cents per '.share.'.  Address .applications for stock to .Secretary/'  Assfty;UotuniM'from *.y,iirr''iee 'Workiii'*--.',   ���  N'n"  ���i''rv$liii-/..:.-l  -.   *w"j.iii.,:ii.;i;  :J.    1*:* .-.*iii!a;e^  I.    Ilillvn'-l  .">.   *'.- 'iv-tiiinnl'.'  '���jiO.-c.'iil i.-.l  I.-..;  - ^ -<. $:$C5L:2;  ll'  fj  I  ,-'  '"hi  A'.  't  '    > p 11  i      i'i  'f  A''\,  *M  f''��        ^*,  1  V > i " vs;  V ' ''%  v,, i , ,*���  , '    f   'f,s"'  \,Aaa  ,     7'      V',  AAA'  At*  \A$  ,.,"fci  ^i. r; , \ t&&r  " -    J- �����.' '.*  ��� ���'���1>-��'..  '^Sn  ���< At\J"."i. *'-#  i' "5-1  {VI  * #11  < :\A  /. 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P-*.-^��-    ���"���**--  f     j  ft  *V  - v**, 1 .    -  ���  "J  ^*  #"*>    *  ;  ���'ft-iT -  >  */'< "  -y  L -  *" ..f-f  j?"  li-���.  j.'*<f -  <    -V*  V  * .1  '  /���   J  ,< * *.. *  r<*'\  j.'"K  *  ">1    f. t  .'  'I  .~v->.  -..!  ���*���*.      ���' i  *��� i  '   * l  tf..  s'jiB"-.  *;t, 'r.A      '  "������*!. V* !J.v-i',/.F  The Spoilers.  By   REX  E.  BEACH.'  (Old! ma-i  Up yonder.  Xamara;   but   how   cc  j;  Copyright.   ISOK.   by   Rex   EL   Bead*-.  Tbert *n-as Me-  ould  he help  ber.  Low  much did she kuow of him,  this  man vrh �� w-a.**, now within the darkest  j  "lento*.1, of her new suspicious?  j      I*�� elimr almo-.t  Intolerably rriendle*-s  i  aviil, alone,   wenkenod   both  by  lu*r  recent friglit and bj   her encounter with i  life or death for mc, maybe, and for  Alec too." lie said the last craftily,  but she stormed at him:  "It's Infamous! You're asking me to  betray the very mau wliu saved u.��  not twelve liouis -iff). He risked hi-*  life for u*-."  it  Un't  treachery at all.    It's pro  ECZEMA OF THE SCALP.  STRUGGLING  SINGERS.  Zam-Buk   Cures  a   Boy   who   Suffered   A Great Army of Vocalists Eager  For  For  Three   Y.-ars. Engagements.  -sow   unu   again   ui'-thei--   find   Lh:'t '    ^  present   there  are  not  as   many  oie. or uloei. on lli.- li.'utK of child-   Aluel.jc.lps as  usual  in  Mlinuo���possi-  trejiiii'-iit.    Thou i-. ih  Ati'fV, '|Ji    *' .-J tw-   t   A  IA(>a:. -u-AKfAA,.  'Continued.)  Fur some time she led bim on adroitly, talking; of many thine- in a wa\ to  make bim wonder al her new and flippant humor. lit* had never die.-inied  she could lie like this���so i.inr.-iliziiii;!.'  cio**-e to familiarity and yet so, maddeningly aloof and distant, ne* grew buld-  ���er in bis speech.  ''How are things going -.*, ith us?'* she  questioned  as   liis  warmth   grew  prn-  iioiini'ed.    ''Uncle won't talk, and >lr.  1 "McXumara is as -Jose mouthed a. can  li-* lately."  j Struve   1 Irion considered .'is calmly as i tootion.    If we don't set them,  they'll 'Zam-Uuk's healing jow.-i      I"1"' 'href  ber r>niMii>n*> would allow and decided J get us.    I  wouldn't punish that voiins , ^"g yean= the son of Mi-   Ih luiiiunt,  I thai   this  was, no d.iy in   which  pride fellow,  but  1   want'tbe others.   Vome l��l [l4 Moise Stivit   Tin onto   bud ec-  1 should lignre.    There were facts which now. vou'vo got  to do it."                          ?L'n!ii   of  t.he, A~;]\K      SIjl"  "-'j1,  "   "  ,  it   was   imperative   she   should   know,!     But W said "No" firmly, and .juletly    ^U"L   u^"   I^J.^^oMiX3 uV  and ,,���n,edi.,,oly: therefore, a few min- went to bor own  room,  where. behind       Jht    ��� I  u-K^al.r��   \,-? o.mL.i1  uh-s later, sho knocked at the door of the locked door, she s.-.t fora long time , kiiown, and called in llu- doctor, but  i berry Malotte. staring with im��eeiug eyes, her bands    u]2 0f no avail.    A fueiul i. coiiinu-iid-  When  tbo girl appeared.  Helen   was tight clinched lu her lap.    At last she    ed ine to>try J_aiii-i'uk. anil J pinour-'  Vf,, fZ  i<*!:'  asiouisiiod to <*ee that slie bad been  .���ryinir 1'ears burn hottest and leave  plainest trace in eyes where tbey come  iu<*st seldom. The younger girl could  not guess tbe tumult of emotion the  oiher bad undergone during' ber ab-  -ence. the utter d-'ptb-s of self abasement she bad fathomeJ, for (be sight  of Helen and ber fresh young beauty  bad aroused iu ihe,adventuress a verv  I'm afraid it's  -���&/,$ M40-&JA A  '*; .i"-t'J��.  i-"-<'f*fi"r. i 'iM ?.  He looked at her quickly.    "In what  resjieetV" j  tempest   of   bitterness   and   jealousy  She summoned  up  her courage and ;  walked past the ragged edge of- uiicer-  wliisj-ered:  'Tui afraid it's true,  true."  She remained hidden durine the  dinner hour, and pleaded u headache  when .Mc.N'inuai-a called, in the early  evening.    Although she  had  not seen  :'*  St'sS- '-if-',*���".U  '���}��-  '  '���%Ati\i'%M.A<i,,^,f ���  tainty. ���   ,  "Now, don't you try to keep me In  ���short dresses too. 'It's getting wearisome. I've done my part, and I want  to know what the rest of you are do-  ,ing." She was prepared for any an.  ewer.  "What  do you   want  to, know?"  lie  esked cautiously.  ������L*\erythi.)g.    Don't you think I can  bear what people are saying'"  "Ob, that's it!    \Vell, don't you pay  nn- attention to what people, say." h  Slie recognized, her mistake ami t'on-  tlnued huniodlyr  Whether Ilelea Chester were guilty or  Innocent, how could Glenister hesitate  between ibein? Cherry had asked herself N\��w she stared at ber visitor Jn-  bor-pitab.'y and without sign.  ed a supply.   Afii" uiing three boxes  my little hoy w.---. completely euioil."  Another   case   which   -imtht'is, will  read   wilh   iiitero.it  iiccuiicil   leoeiitly  in AViiinipef.      Mi.-.. (.'   Kciji,'of f.ii*.  J Alexander'Avenue,  Winnipeg, mivs;���  i "A year ago my little gill contiacted  .  -, ,        i eczema'of   thu   sii.ilp.   and   notwnli-  him since he leit ber the nigln before.* U1:im}ing  /in   j-  Jid   lha   >ou^   j.p]|..u1  bearing her tacit promise to wed him,  I.,mil the child's scalp was oompletelv  yet how could .she meet bim now with  i covered.,  I  took  her to' hospital,  but  the conviction growing on  her hourly    none of,the lotions and ointments ap  run refuse to heal, d<-.-.* n ��� i-.H ouhnary ( b v {Lo Ja(e 0I,sl!> m])v uave sn;n(.thiug  u- time io P'ove, (j)-do wj(h U)(> sta|e ���Caffulrs_i,ut the  city Is flooded with Russians, eager to  obtain''a chance to appear on thc  boards and willing to pay well for an  engagement lasting off and ou for six  months, a year or even two for the  sake of experience. .  In Milan, 'the commercial center of  'music, all engagements are made  through agents, of whom there arc  from seveuty-iive to a hundred.   Most  An  Architect's   Patrons-  John Jleivcu Carre're. at a meeting  of aiohitects  in New   York,  said:���  "'Aina?ing, the ago of an architect's  l'ufiolis! The average man, in fact; i*i  Xi before ho begins lo s'lv*. seuouaiy,  his pile it'n't made till he is 50; he  begins to boild himself a house in  his old age, and his funeral t^kes  place about the lime the painters tpe  called in." ,  Doctor (to patient)���rYour case is a  veiy serious ono, si?-, and t think, u  'continuation had  better be held.,_  Patient (too sick to care for anything)���Very u't_y, doctor, have as  many accomplices as yon like. ���  Spare Moments.' '  of these publish a  long list   of their     . Recruit���-Ploitse,    sergpant, I've jjo't  clients, and it is seldom that the same   a splinter in my ,'and.  ���hat he was a master < rogue? She  ���vrestlod witli the thought tliat lie and  her uncle, her own uncle who stood in  the pliit-e of a, father, were conspirators.      And   yet.   at   memory   of   the  ' Wi I you let" me come in?"( Helen judge's cold blooded request that she  asked Ti��-r. "I have something to say', should turn traitress, her whole being  fi you." , , ,   revolted.     If   hq   could fask   a   thing  When  tbey   were inside, Cherry  Ma- j like that, what other heartless, selfish  lo'te   stood   and   gazed   ut  her   visitor  with inscrutable eyes and stony  lace.,  "II  isn't easy fnr me to come back,"  llelci^beg.m. -'but I felt tbat I had to  If you-can help ine,   I   hope you  will.  -.5. ,w.-.-. j>ji;.��c_, ���. si  chained   by  caution.    She   leaned   tor  him. '  the  others, -'aren't  ve ine any *-,a(isfiie-  Ically.  ',' said Struve cyn-  That's   always   the   woman's  **tT **_�� *ii-**.''i^r->*t.?'Afi-Ff *'���, *  (,  Ak^MvfA&  , .    *.M*S_a��M33^a>5i,]ii1|, _, ,i(    c.ry.   Gjve me this���give me thnt.-fiolf-  ^If-^il'.i' '   i!*h  ^cx{.   wl,ly don't you  olTer some-  ilf&'f-'Yt) '"'��� '    thing   iii   icf'uiu?     Men   are   traders;  wjislj,..r   ,,,r.ij  .      Il  P*V"*4'j.vJ'       *  *^V-�� ���**���;���*  Km��PfW*?*i5  K.^ ���.I^V." V'fl-  B1'.    ,-  S?ffiS��'>^  m1^   -'iri.. .-.W .*.?.<���  women usurers.' Vou are curious;  bonce miserable. I can help you. therefore I should do it for a, smile. , Vou  ask me to break my promises and* risk  my honor'on your caprice. Well, that's  womanlike, aud I'll do it. I'll put my-  i-elf in your power, but I won't do 'it  u-atis.'  No; we'll trade.  yM-&}T&As"iA  throw, a new light or a new, shadow  o'l everything you "have in the world,  aud you're worked up to such a condition, that you can't take your',own'  pediils^ai'socdi'aticl, ou the'other baud,  jou can't go fo strangers, so you'come  Jou said that you kpew a great wrong  \v-i-*. being done.    I have suspected  it.  bid I didn't know, and I've been afraid  to ibmbl my own people.    You said   I  liad.a part in it���tbat I'd betrayed my  friends.    Wait'a moment," she hurried  'oii^^UissoUjer's cynical smile. '"Won't  yo,u tell me what you know and what  you   think   my   part   has,  been?.   I've  b.'.-ii-d aud,"see.i  things that make, me  think���oh. /they   make   me   afraid   to  think, iind'yet  I can't find'the truth!  You see. iu 'a struggle like this, people  \-i.> ma. o all( sorts of allegations,  but  ,do   they   know,   have  they  any proof,  that my uncle has done*wrong?"  -' "Is that all?"      ,       '"  "So, You said ^Struve told you tbe  "whole scheme.''-' 1 went to him "and  tried to cajole .'the story out off him,  but"���    She shivered at tlie memory.  "What success 'did j*ou have?" in-,  <lHired the' listener, oddly ' curious for,  all her cold dislike.     ' "','''  "Don't ask me. I bate to' think of  it."   -  Cherry   laughed   cruelly. "So.   failing  there, you came back (to me, ba'ck foi  aiiiulier   favor  from   the   waif.     Well.'  \liss   Helen   Chester,   I   don't * believe  a  word you'\e said.' and  I'll  tell  you  nothing. ' Go back to'the,uncle and tbe  rawboned lover who sent you, and in-'  form   them   that   I'll  speak   when   the  time comes. ,,They tbliik'I  know  too  much, do they?���so they've sent you to-  spy?   .Well, I"ll ma Ice a compact.   You'  play   your  game.'and   HH   play   mine.  Leave Glenister alone, and I'll  not tell'  on Me.Vamara. , Is.it a   bargain?'''  "Xo. no, nob Can't you see? That's  not it. All I want is tbe truth orthis  thing." . .,',',  , "Then go back to Struve and get it.  He'll tell you; f won't.,'Drive your bargain, with < him��� you're   able.     You've  fooled,better men���now, see what you.  e.ui do wit'h bim."' -   , .  Helen   loft    realizing   the   futility   of  plied had any effect on the disease.  Hy degrees tlie child's hair came out,  until she was quite buhl. We weie at  this stage strongly advised lo try /..mi,  Buk, and did so. From /list commencing with fin-, wondoiful halm  the child'got relief from the itching  and pain. The son*.-, weie quickly  banished, and in a remarkably short  space of time the .child ' was' cured.  The hair soon grew again and is now  quite,long  and, iu  a 'healthy   cor.di:  act might be not be capable of?    All  the long, splitary evening she kept her  room, but at last, feeling faint, slipped j tion  dowu stairs in search of Fred, for she    L ^   w'10   have     care     of    children.  bad enten nothing since her bite break-'   Should, know  that. 2ani-I.uk  is  pani-  Past.  Voices reached her from'the parlor,  and as she 'came to the last step she  froze therein an attitude of listening.  cuhirly adapted, because of its purifv,  to'the tender skin of ehil.hy.n. jt  cures , with equal ih-patch ringworm,  blood-poisoning, ulcers. coki-ciacl.s.  chapped hands, ,frost-bite, piles,' bad  leg, etc. ", Used as an ombrocflticn if  eas.es the pain of sprain.*, and ��� u.(-.*���'  rheumatism, sciatica and ''neuralgia.  All druggists aiid stores sidl-nt, flOc. a  box; or post' free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for prjee.  name  appears   In  two different'lists.  The one  now  before  me-.-one. bf  the  jjt.st_-gives  the  names  of 033 artists.  These may be divided into three class.  A3:, (a) Those-who do not desire' an  engagement, having a Jong contnu-t  (among these ari? tlie names of Caruso,  Tetrazzlul, Aida. Itonci and others  equally well known); (b) those having  short engagements, ending iu a month  or two, and (c), those who have nothing to do,  ,', -T.cmciuber, this Is only one list, that  It mentions"only tried artists and that  behind these Is an army of singers  who have studied from two to three  years ,and arc eager, for au engage-'  ment; that ^foreigners ,\o hot have un  equal chance with natives, and one has  little Idea of the diflicuhics a beginner and a foreigner has 'to encounter.  Caruso with his beautiful voice was  j floating  about   Italy   for "eight   years,  glad to get a chance to sing now and  SiM,ge.!iit'> Instructor���Wat yer  been'  doiu'? Stiokiii' yer 'cudi1���Punch  TRY THIS  yotk  Mix l��0 0UlitlJ  "  JiJih  ounce ,-.  ���   , ,"-'<���<���-'m,. ���.���  compound   imr.       1,in Oil j ��}*  take in dose., ;.. ,, "V" '   '^i>      '  four   hours,    "j In '  *��!(_��� co.,.pou..v,,: .V"-" odjs  guurantocd onlv A- ., , ''.'".'"'M m .  ������   Co.,   Win,!.,!,'' A;A'^ CC  '.���., ,    N��l  A,WaV*  Hoy,.  The   old   geuUeii,.,,/ , v -  ways  declnimg   \hu]   ,   "    ^ "al-  Tt is -easier to prevent than it isdo   w"��hf  they   Uhcl   i,,   ,,.', '    >*"' fffll  cuie.    Inlhirnmation  of  the  Jungs  is  front'of  th.; sininl , "'ii'i      -''"-d  m  tlie ccMiipajnon of neglectad colds, and | ��� 7Well, 'J'oh'nnv. '   .'l,,',.,,,  tli.  costs little, and is as satisfactory as ,it  l^ig man?  'I'll, 'Hil  ls sin prising in its results  <| great  So Vnfas Mother. ,< .  ' liven if there Imd-iiot been kernels  of rice on her hat nnd n gl'nd.light of  love in her' eye,- any bachelor' couldi  have told that*' ehe wns a; bride.  And the manner in which sho .spoke  to Jior hm.t-'!nd,'i>howed they hud not  been ��� married long.- A man in the  parsing -prowl] 'i-pied ,tho,.couplo and  rushed oyer to meet'the.,bride. ,",>_,  "Well;' well. ..giies," ho cri-*d, ox-"  then In little theaters at 'fl ;.u nlffht. ��� t^nUinK..hi?. h��i��d.;,;'you ,4.on't ineaii  -   *'N���no. Hit." "  ���"Ah, 'i  kiunv, it.  rt,,-*,*   ���  shiftless these tuiH-n     \   ���    ��� "rs-M  you give it any thitu��),| ���  "H^becaiwe  J  .1111"' ..  fiir."  ��'liy don't,  l c  httla  .'fl.  'And ,the ln*,t seen ��� t 1.,,. ...  .old genthmiun  |u. A,,    .A^T*  strides dowji����lie m,,,,-;  '   ��A  hH  Tho clieapncss ,,f    j,,,,,     (.       '  Worm Kxtcrmin;,i���r pin     .,   !��*  ranch ol all, nii.l ,t M]l; _?;,.*."����  She Jrosc there in nn attitude of listening.  The first sentence she .heard through  the close drawn curtains banished, all  qualms at eavesdropping.' She' stood,  for many,breathless minutes drinking  in tlie plot that came to her plainly  .from within, then turned, gathered up  her skirts! and tiptoed back to '.her  room. Herei she made haste madly.,  tearing'off her'nouse clo'thes "and don-'  uing others. ' ' '  She pressed her'face" to >fhe window  '1 Erratic -Sc.'ence., '  ' '"Mushrooms always giow in  damp,  places, and so thoy look like umbrcl  las," wrote a small boy'in thp sciene-.'  examination.    Other examples of the  j "howler"   are   compiled   by., a, writer  in  the 'Scientific' Aiiny-k-aii."  A  "Air is the' m'ost.meecssary of    all  the elements. -"If there'weie'no 'such  thing as,air I wouldn't be wining this  essay   nowValso  there  would'hi   no  pneumatic  tires, .which   would   b'z a  sad loss.        .* ,  _  1 ','Electricity ahcl lightning'are of the  same nature. , the only difference  being that lightning is often 'several  miles in "lemgih, \.h.leF.eleclrjcity is  only a, few inches.  "Air usually has no weight, hut  found to*weigh about fifteen' pounds  to a square inch:  "The 'axis of the "earth is 'an imaginary line on which the earth is  supposed to take its daily  routine.  "Thei difference' between air and  water is, that nir carf* be made wetter,  but water cannot,, * ���     ,   f_V ������ '  , "Gravity is .chiefly noticeable in  the Autumn 1 when ' Ilj.e' apples arc  tailing .from the tie.-.*..  ".Things which nrp. equal, to each  other' are equal to anything else. '���  VA .parallel straight line-.is one  which if produced-'to meet'itself doe��-  not meet.     , ,. ,. "       A  .."The blood "is putrefied in"~ the  lungs  by inspired air.'"  starved In Milan. Time fifler time he  tempted fate In little towns,* only to  be "protested," 'uiitu',outside,of Italy,  a queen admired his voice and his fortune was made. , '' t  If one has the1 divine spark and..ls  willing to sacrifice every thing for bls'i  art'let him go Into the" battle an'"enfant perdu," . knowing all Itst perils.  But young girls and<>boys should not  be allowed to, rush Into' the 'fray,,,  thinking It' a frolic'���Emil Brld'ges In  Musical America. ���     ,      .      - f'"  Al��Bt��AAA$A  * .i;i -"*'���,r;-^ .���;>;' f   ,  *ry   .1) .      ** i|*> i* -     I  The New Financial Game.  "William l_(.iyard Hale,' w-ho has got'  more fame by suppressing au ' Interview, than he ever got by priming one,  id a caustic, sarc.astlc man,"_ said a  magazine editor. -   ' ,-  "I once heard Hale speak at a bankers' Christmas banquet. < He nl*yayg  speaks well because he is a clergyman. One part of bis speech I'll never  forget! ���It bore ou Christmas games.' ''  . '"There Is.otic Christmas game," he  said,' 'that ha? 'becoqic* very popular,  especially ' Iu, banking circles. It re-  .sernbles hide'and'seek. ,. You play It as  follows: A cashier, or,president take's  all the institution's money and runs  and hides. Detectives swarin out t9  find .ii.n-.-jIf they "succeed lie'comes,  home with thciu aud has to'pay a"for-*  felt.'"'    '>, , --      ''' . '"     1  Vj.Ai ry?'.-0;!t  i"'i. eh? 'W'i.-u would you ghc to see j l)0J from tbe kitchen  fiom?    Weli. they're  tliere and  ready        "I'red.   I   want you   to  bunt   np   Mr.  ive  him   rlii*s  note.   If  w:r'xA��&xi?'  .1 . t- ,|\f   1,1   ^1 '1  *r -  ai'/���--/;(( X.*'*^  Jy  1*> sjie.ik for tliemseh es. If you'ie a  '���'omaii jou won't lest till you'\e seen  Uiom.    \\ ill you trade?"   ,  "Yes, von! Gi\c them ffi me," sne  cried eagerly, at whn.li a wave of  (limson ru��hed up to ins eyes and lie  lose abruptly from bis chair. He made  t -ward her. but she retreated to the  'wall, p-ile and wide eyed '���"'  "Can't you see." slie flung at him.  ' that 1  must know ?"  IU* paused. "Oi" course I can. but  1 want a kiss to bind the bargain���to  apply on account." He reached for  I er hand with his own hot one. but  she pushed bim away and slipped past  bun toward (he door.  "Suit jourself," said he, -but if I'm  not mistaken you'll never rest till  you'ie seen those papers. I've studied  you. and I'll place a bet tbat you can't,  marry McNamara or look your uncle  in the eye till you know the truth.  You might do either if you knew them  to be crooks, lint you couldn't if you  "illy suspected ii���that's tbe woman  When you get ready, come back. I'll  show you proof, because I don't claim  to be anything but what t am���Wilton  Struve, bargainer of some mean abil  ity. When ilniy come to inscrilie my  headstone I hope tbey can carve there  on with truth, 'lie got value re  eoi\ ed.' "  "You're a panther," she said loath-  ingly.   .  "Graceful   and   elegant  brute,   that,"  be laughed.    "Affectionate and  full of  play, but with sharp teeth and sharper  claws.    To  follow out the,idea,  which  pleases .me, I believe the creature Owes  na-loyalty   to  its. fellows,   and   bunts  alone.   Now, ���when' you've followed this  conspiracy  out  anil   placed   the  blame  where/it beloi'igi, won't you come and  ine -about it,?   Tbat door loads into1  outer ball   which   opens   into   the  :.-.-  No one  will -see /you  come  or  ��� .'-.   ,     //-    .  she hurried along she wondered  dazedly, why sho bad stayed to listen  so long. What a monster be yvasl His  meaning was plain, bad always been  so from-the'-first'day he laid "eyes on  her, and be was-utterly conscienceless.  She had known all this; and yet, in ber  proud,'youthful confidence, and in ber  need, every hour more desperate aud  urgent,   to   know   the   truth,   she   had  Glenister and  yon <-.iji"t  find  him,' theu   look   for bis'  partner  and   give   the  other 'to   bim."  Fred   vanished,   to   return   in   an   hour  with the letter for Dcxtry still   in his  band.  "I don' catch tils feller," he, explained. "Young mans say he gone, come  back mobbe one, two, 'levcti days."  "Did you deliver the one to Mr. Glenister?"  "I.es, ma'am."  "Was tliere an answer?"  "I.es. ma'am." '  "Well, give it to me."  Tbe note read:  Dear Miss CIif*stor-A discussion of a  matt.r so fnrniliiii to u. both as the Anvil  ��n ok controvert would be useless IC  .\011r inclination is due to the Incidents of  last iiiRlu. pray don't trouble >oursi.ir  We don't want yuur pitv. I am your serv-  ant- ROY GLENISTER.  As she,read tlie note. Judge Stillinaii  entered, and it seemed to the girl that  be had aged a year for every hour in  ibe la*,t twelve, or else the yellow afternoon light .limned the sagging hollow., and bagg-ird lines of his face  most pitilessly. He showed iu voice  and maimer the nervous burden under  which be lab .red.  "Aloe bus told me about your engagement, and it lifts a terrible load  from me. I'm mighty glad you're going  to marry him. He's a wondoiful man.  ami  lie's  the only  one  who can  save  Us."  '���What do you mean by that? What  a;v we in danger of?" sho inqtiiied.  avoiding*, .discussion of McNamara's  arinouiict-tiiont;  .Vy.1,v'. llj*it mob. of course. , They'll  f-.omo back. Tbey said so: But Alec  can handle the commanding officer at  the post; and. thanks fo bim. we'll have  soldiers guarding tbe bouse hereafter."  -"Why���they, won't hurt us"���  "Tut. tut! I' know what I'm talking about; We're in worse danger  now tbaii ever, and if we don't break  up those vigilantes there'll be-* blood-  shed-tbat:s w.bat. They're a ��� menace  and they're trying to force me off the  bench so thoy can fake the law into  their own bauds again. That's what I  want to see you about. They're i.lan-  ning to kill.Vloc and'me���so "he says- j  and we've got to act quick to prevent  murder.    Now, (bis young Glenister is I  mara's -Good night" at the front door, no better pup.-.ration to "be had'"for  she retreated again while ber unele the treatment of this ailment Aud  slowly mounted tlie stairs and paused ['they are wise, for its various uses ren-  beforp her chamber. He called ber dpr it a valuable medicine  name softly, but when she did uot answer continued on to his own room.  When ,be was safely within she descended quietly, went out. and locked  the front door behind ber, placing the  key iu* her bosom. She hurried now.  .feeling * her way through tbe thick  gloom, in a panic, while in ber mind  was but one frightened thought:  "I'll befltoo Into I'll be i-oo late."  (To  be  Continued.)  Henry of Navarre told his army to  follow hi0 plume.   ' '        . ,,  1 "Got the notion by watching the  women tag after my wife's new hat,"  he explained.  Herewith he pressed on to ballle.-r-  X.iv York Sun.  SHE   PAINTS.  A pretty maidrn Is Miss J.,  With cheeks to cha.rra tho hermit  saints, ,       ,  And yet, alas, some people say    .  She paints.  It Is not very widely known,  Though oft some friend of  hers acquaints  Some other in Informing tone  She paints.  Oh, no,  I do not keep aloof���  Her charm no whlt-.thls habit tatnts-  Although I have conclusive proof  She paints.  Here are the proofs right on ray wall,  Before which all denial faints���  Oh, yes, they're pictures!   That ls nil  She paints. '  ���Kansas City Times,  Repeal  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure' will always  cure   my   coughs   and    colds."  "Some men," said Uncle Ebon,  "has a way of keepin' deir conscience.-,  quiet by takin' de minister's advice  on Sunday an' de lawyer's advice all  de res' o' de week."���Washington  Star.  "John"  Fully  Americanized.,' ���  "Here, Is'the", badge'.of the.'coinplete  Americanizing of a Chinaman," suld a  drug clerk who was putting* up a box  or  quinine  capsules.    "Most  Chinese  are  slow  about   forswearing  oriental;  drugs and  quackery.    Many of them  live here for years before they cat. be  tempted   lo   sample, occidental   medicines, and some of them live and die  without   making  the  experiment.    In-,  fact, when a Chinaman  turns cosmopolitan taking American' medicines  is'  his final  accomplishment.    Rut  when  he does'get the medicine habit quinine  'Is his long suit-   Whether or not it ls  good for what alls him, every Chinaman   who   has   learned   to   patronize  American drug stores feed3 hia system  with quinine pills."���New Yorir Sun.     .  Minard's   Li  niment   Cures   Colds, ' etc  dared* risk herself with him.    Withal,    one of them,  and  lie knows   who the  rest are.    Do you think you could get  bim to-talk?"  "I don't think I ' quite understand  you," said tbe girl, through whitening  lips.  "Qli, yes, you do. I want the names  of the ringleaders, so that I can jail  them. You can worm it out of that fellow if you try."  Helen looked at the old man in a'horror that-at first was dumb. "You ask  this of me?" ti.be demanded hoarsely  at last. "  "Nonsense," he said irritably. "This  Isn't any  time for slily scruples..  (be' man   was   shrewd   and   observant  and had  divined her mental  condition  With   remarkable   sagacity;     She   had  failed with him; but tlie kill now knew  that she could never rest till she found  an answer to her questions.    She must  kill this suspicion that ate into her so.  She   thought   tenderly   of   her   uncle's  goodness to her, clung with despairing  faith t�� the last of her kin.    The blood  ties   of   the   Chesters   were   close  and  she felt in dire need of that lost brother  ���who was somewhere In this mysterious  land���need of some one in whom  ran  the rttrain that bound her to the ��������?-. Lr  Uics For  Brown Coal.  "The   Utilization   of    Brown , Conr  '������as the subjf-ot t.f a paper read at  ,  meeting   of   the   Society   of   Chemic  Industry,   in   Melbourne   recently   h  AyKoh.-m   P.ayly,   Thc. aalhor st.itV  that   Victoria,   more   than   any   otho  state,    was    favored    with    valunbl-  brown.coal, the deposits being praeti  cally   beyond  computation.    In  man.  respects   the.'. deposits   were   equal   in  "v-due   to   those   in.*'Germany,   which  produces     nearly   .SO.OM.OOO.  tons   ol  brown coal annually.    He had obtnin-  ed ammonia sulphate? and other valuable    products    from    the    coal,   and  found   is   exceptionally   well   adapted  for making  producer gas.    By  reducing the  watery contents  10 to.18 pei  cent,   and   using   hydraulic   pressure,  they   had     made    bricquettes,    -which  were- superior   in   calorific   value   to  those manufactured ih Germany..   Ko  ^stimatei   that,   bricquettes   could   be  manufactured   at Morwell  on  a - large  scale,  and  delivered  in  Melbourne at  I3s. 6d. per ton.    It wns, however, for  producer g-is purposes that the brown  ���seal in Victoria, could b-a best utilized-.*.  A  Mighty Nimrod.  A   remarkable  career has been that  of Mr. F. C. Sulcus, the famous hunter and explorer, who will accompany  President Roosevelt on his African big  game   expedition   in   the  spring.    He  was   Only   twenty  years  of  age   when  j he   --.cut.   to   Mati.b"leland,     in   days  I when   railway.,   were   unknown   then  * and  when  the interior of the countrj  ' was   a  scaled   book  to  the   l-Jurope.-in.  j For  years   he  wan   in   unknown   eoun-  I tiies   hunting   i-l"pliants,    lions",    nnd  other  animals,  and  at  one  penoil   he  was  n'-aily three years without seeing  a newspap-r. a telegram, or anv kind  of money, and ho was p"rfectly Ii: ppy.  Ib- spent nearly a quarter of a century  of his life  penetrating  the interior of  South Afnca.   Then he went to Alaska  on    a    fiftecii-thou��and-milc     tour    in  search of moo.,0 .and caribou.     It was  while  on  tin.,  tour  that,  in   the   wildest   part   of   the   Yukon,   Mr.   Seloua  came acro-H 11 trappers hut occupied  by   two   Englishmen.     One   had   just  got hi.s discharge from  the Northwest  Mourned   Folic,!,,, and   the other,  who  had  earned.' the |riic,kname of   "Never-  wash," was the son of a peer.      '  Big Pensions.  ,  The biggest annual pension, that Is  paid in any part of the world Is $05.-  000. Tbe Duke of ftichmond is thc  recipient of this vast annuity, which  is perpetual, passing from son to son.  The pension was granted 300 years  ago by Charles II.  Taking the annual payment on account of pensions at the present time,  Earl Nelson Is in receipt'of the'highest outside the royal annuities���viz,  $2*3,000 per annum, payable In perpetuity to all and every one of tho heirs  male to whom the title of Earl Nelson  Bhall descend. >  The Duke of Wellington's annual  pension of $'-.0,000 is for life, and Lord  Rodney's pension of S10.000 Is, like  that of Earl Nelson, perpetual.  THEVTRUE CAUSE  ���  .,   OF RHEUMATISM  Caused'*by .Uric' Acid. in Bipod  .and Can Only, bc.Xufed^,  '"'   '    Through;the'Blood. '   '  *  Not niony your*, ago doctors thouglii  rheumatism ",wjis only    a * local ,, pain  .caiised 'by"exposure to -cbld or- wet.'  .Now  tliey  know   tljat' rhpuin.it.ijnr-is  'caused by the blood' ibecoming tainted   with, uric" acid. ���,,This   acid '"contracts the muscles, stiffens tlits joints*  and .'iriilatus, the nervei.   'ThcVi    the  cold  and   wc-t  make   the  joints ��� and  muscles groan witli achj,ng'   rheumatism.   Vou blame'the we.uhor-but-tbe  real .cause. is acid in , the blood.    If  not promptly -treated*   the ' stiffntjss  .-spr.eads and,,the pain    gro\vs ��� ivorae  each  year .until    You  are, a' helpless  cripple,  tortured  day  and night.    If  the disease'touches'tho heart it means  sudden death,    You can't.ciirii rheumatism, with' 'liniments.,   plasters   pr  hot'.cloths,   Vou' must go to 'the. root  of the'trouble, in'the blood.   The one  ��ure, j-cientif... way "to cure rheumatism is Dr. Williams' Pink, I'llLs.; bc^  ".T" tJlty actualIY make new ^blood.  rh6y sweep - out ttyV potspnbus "acid,  ooseu; the*,joints'."and   muscles, "and  bring "case and .freedom where, ibefore  .had bec-n pain; and. misery. -  ������"-'-^ . '���,'  Mra: Fred,  3abeau, "Canada Creek,  "N.-S.,-sn.v6!*-i.'-��Three yoar�� ago 1 was  taken with a severe* pain,fnumy right  hip.    -It' grew  gradually Vorsti-until  it finally settled in both .my*hip., and  legs.   The pain was really almost unbearable.   -At first, I  tried foot draft,  and liniments, but,this gave rnc only  thp most temporary -relief, and I felt  as if I was to go through th'e rest of  my  life as a    suffering   cripple.     'A  neighbor   whose   datightter  had   been  cured of rheumatism by _pr. Williams'  Fink  Pills  advised  me    to ��� try    thi*-.  -medicine.,     and   I     purchased 'three  boxes.      Before thoy were all gone I  was  able  fo  get  my  foot  up  on   mv  kuoo and untie my shoe, something I  had not been able to do for two vears  and   I   began   to, feel   I  had   at   last  found a medicine to cure the trouble.  I kept on taking tlie Pills until T had  used, ,J.- think,  a dozen  boxed,  when  I was completely cured and I am as  well and strong to-day .as ever 1 was  in- my-life.    L want every sufferer to  kno>v  that  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills  is   a  sure  cure  for   rheumatism,   and  that,if they will.give this medicine a  fair trial,  their pains and aches will  disappear as   mine  did.",  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 00 cents a box or six boxes  for #2.50 from The Dr .Williams'  Medicine*Co.,   Brockville,   Out.  ',, Repeat, jti�����'Sl...o.i's .Cure will,'  always,cure my coughs and colds,"    \  V   ''A" ' / P��)lte   Natur-7  -"You   Ibv'o   'hm;,'     I'mil.ff-- in fl,.  country>*.V.jtf.k'cd  th,-,* hiipu.le.st {ni'l]  "Yes, indeed ,"ri^p.,-i..l-.,i u>e vo.nj*.  n\nn in'-the- ferooii' lulj' -.> .t*., ih-^'purpls >l  hand, and  buckled  mil.-    "When'I J  go'-ir.tb,'-.lhQ country all' ...tun. 'ami'  to smile." .  ."Gracious!  I   don't "blnjrnp ha; It,'|  is ,a   wonder Mic don't   laugh   outright '.  Minard's  Liniment cur.s Garget in *  Cows.   , * 1  *  ','I-rovr 'did, "the ' finna-v ow "to I* h\  choked"-"' - \    ,  -  "I suppose father did >! m a i-.*** -  maztt'of desperation.   ' H- !-,;u   teii  LtircaU.riing,.that  lumn.v nil ^iniEr," *  ���J,QU>8vil]e' Conricr-Jouni-il, ,  ;-    v-.i,'_ rr' Kftjfvill.*. S.-iii.AA m-A  ,/Sliiui'rd'A' Liniment (V'. 1 ui-ito), ���   4|  ' D-iar ,,Slrs>,���W'ii \\M-h i-y inform ton  that*.wp .cvon-nMer    vonr   MINARD'S,.!  "UN'IMEXT '-it  very S'.ip.--rK'i; ailtd*.'.'|  arid, vc*i3f'Usc-it-aV'a'^HTi'.rf-li'-f (orsor.1  'lhVoi.{rnn(] -chest.   Wlien I ���������11 yoi.,bs|  wo,uld''pot he'w-ithou*. it If thn'pn��,'[  was one dollar, iu'bottle, l.incriii il, . '}|  f.   , .������   You�� tmly, - '��� ������  ��� "'     1 GHA.^   1-, TlfJOS.  VICAR AS'AUTHOR.  The  Tender   Passion,  riate hath bui one antidote, and that  Is love.    One touch of love  will  heal  all 1 wounds tbat hate inflicts.  Love   is  true,   ingenuous  and   blind.  Nor will  it be wed  to envy or deceit  or, crouch  with fear In gloomy  nooks  of   111   foreboding,   for   love   is   gentle  eyed and credulous as a suckling babe  fears naught nor falters at another's  fortune.  Love's voice ts soft and sweet as Is  +>      tbe song of tun Iodines. lis touch ��� me-  - >*    diclaul as brew of healing herbs-  Treasury Note Plates.  The plates used In printing treasury  notes contain four notes, and to distinguish one note Troin the other they  each have engraved on the face separate check letters, A, It. (,', f>, and if  you will examine the check- letter you  will find printed near it a number  which is used by the bureau for Identification and by moans of which can  be ascertained ,n complete bNtory ol  tho plate used in priming (tie same,  by whom engraved, pifntcd, etc. At  present you will find a number In excels of 4,800 on the one dollar silver  certificate notes.. 'J'his signifies that  ���1,800 plates have been used thus fur  in printing this 'denomination.���N'ar- ,  tlonal Aliiguzinn  t Comparison.  -  Little Joe���Mama, I saw a dog today that had only three legs!  Mamma���Didn't you feel sorry for  him?  Little Joe���Course not; he had one  more leg than I have.  Thc: Wife���It is the duty ,of everv  married man lo make his home  happy.'  The maid���Hut suppose he is unable to do it?  The  Wife-Oh,   he  can   do  it  right--even   if   be   ]���.H   to   ��t,-iv  from  it.���('hieag,,  News.  all  iway  English Churchman Confts.cs to Writing Under  Non de Plum..  . ,I-ev.'J, Jessop Ten.pi.', ucir ����� SI  Luke's, Woodsfde, a tuburb "f MOir  Norwood, England, ha- �� hwn-A tui  he is thc author of the >.���'��:��� nove'*'  which have been publish' 1 iimh-r ���"'  pseudonym of "Morice *-*�����!-ir.l "  One of his siorie--, cniitleit "Titf  Unspoken Word," is now nppo.-irin?  in an'English paper, and Mr TeW  "while admitting tiie aut.ii-rd.--p. declared that he had nolhing W -JJ ,|rit1  tho local publication ol the -;W-  That,had been arranged i*y .���� ,��ei!C"'  which had  purchased the -lury.  '-'Writing has been my Ji'**..*:' s'n��  r Was a boy,," he said. ' ..in* ��!1 niy  'opinion there is nothing inc1"?"10^  .-in a preacher followii.B 3 l'wrsr|  calling. Not only that, hvl my w^  as a novelist has undoubii-'lly UI>r,r0n,i  ed the literary quality of my e*)0*^  pore preaching, and may f"'1 a y  able  adjunct  to mv serntcn-i.  "Throughout rnvViiimfs I have if1- -|  dcavored tb suggest tlio IiisIk'S'* i"1"*   B  'and .to give a good mor.-.l torn*- .0   -.  work.    ^ The   historical   ruini-ntf*-.'  hope,'have'  not   born ."itliom  l"-'-  *<  ,rl7, offer-  nope,   liave   not   boon   wiin"'".      [  /alue *from   an   education.!!  po"11  va  view."  One. of Mr. Tcaguc's '/'rl>" '^  was the winning of a W  ed by The Newcastle W' ckiv * ;;-"1].  iclc for the best .���.(���rial -..<��"> �����" 1^'  Crowning of Ksther " }I''."''V.-n!"  written "The Kch- of '^'"^'"n  "The   Red   Seal"  and   '* V  <!"'>'f^  '   ' AAt-um oi> .  .!,.!, but lM  of  London."    He i., brmrmi-' (,,1>  new  book".    One is  fu  title i-*  not  vet selecti-i  ALWAYS,  EVERYWHERE    IN  ASK   FOR  ���v  CANADA  W.    N.    U.    No.    730.  Ireland's Wittiest M.P.  Mr. Tim Healy,* M.i'., does more  traveling in the course of a session  than any other fnomber of the House  of Commons. Ho not infrequently arrives in London from Dublin at six  in the..morning and'leaves again for  the land bf his birth the same evening, while on ���numerous occasions after spending tho night', journeying to  Dublin, he has opened a' case in the  .law courts without gutting a wink of  sleep. Few people on this side of the  water are aware that Mr. Healv is  one  of  Ireland's  leading  banisters.  Small Moustaches In Fashion  . Small moustaches are the fashion  n fcnglaml.- Cavalry officers initial  cl the stylo, delighting do have their  moustaches trimmed "],'k<. to (h  brushes." The l,,,ir covering it is fo  be confined to the uppor lip, no side  growth  boina  encQun.L'cd. ���  r/efrt   n\*r      . have   hai|ed from   Hull   since   1851-and these  rcachinl       n!|ta-nu    Be"maht  have   resulted    .in     Eddy's Matches  reaching   a   Height   of   Perfection attained  by  No Others. ..  Sold   and   used   everywhere   in   Canada.  ssk&ss  �������g&&2��!��28sZS3!SS����<m&  .  .,v  m *_��  :ii  iUST CURED HIM      I  THAT WAS ALL  tOME WEST, BLISS CAIMAN.  Bliss Carman, you'd better come west-  rou say you're tired of tho thi     '  'HAT    DODD'S     KIDNEY     PILLS  DID FOR THOMAS MOON.  you do.  The street;  doctors  Could   Not  Cure   His   Dropsy  but Dodd's Kidney Pills Cleared  Out Completely. ,     ,  Maidstone, Sask. (Special.)���"Cured  ���jie  completely.    That'd   what  Dodd's  .idiiey   Pills did   for  mc.','-   Such   is  tin lenient  made  by Thomas Moon,  a  i\i !l-knn,wii icsidont of this place who  Jul  two j'o.-u-. suffered with Dropsical  ������.sellings   brought 'on     by    diseased  PtKlUI'Vs.  "1 had pains in the small of. rny  iMok," Mr. Moon-continue.-', -"and  |cio-5 the Join,*., The swelling com-  lnenced hist in my lcjg.s und gradually  got to my body. " fined different dbc-  ju,-. but kept getting worse every dav  frmiil I was swollen up to an awful  .!-"'    ,   ',    " *        '      '  "line doctor sent me to the hospital  fcvj.ere I got ii.little benefit but the  sv, ell ing soop all came back.  "Then 1 used Dodd's Kidney I'ills  .nd a-. 1 said'before they cured-me  niiipk'tely."        *    , '  DiopMCal Swellings are caused by  3i,...n,-d Kidneys failing" to take the  bin plus vv-atcr-out of the blood. Cure  lc' Kidneys with Dodd's Kidney Pill,,'  Bud the Dropsy naturally ,cures itself  ��gi  .���" >'01J  walk, and the bonis,  you a;ng,' K  And  your,soul's in  need  of a div  TIIE 'LEADER,     MOYIE.     BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  FAKE   PICTURES:  shampoo.  t -You've said that yon ache for elbow-  For a Lok at the stars at lea-t-  cockSa   you'ro Ufed of u,e p��A>y  And pink tea air of the east.  tr  Come out where the plains g0 rolline  west b  From    the   lakes   lo   the   Jtoclde-.'  peak**.  Whore the soul of the wheatland slurs  at dusk, ��� fc  And the voice of the prairie speaks.  Come  out   w)iore   there'b  son"  to 'he  S'Vig again,      ,  Wheie  Youth and. To-day rejoice-  iou   need   the  Wine  of  the   West 'in  you��� *, -     ���  And the West, it needs a'voice  <��� JohnA  Arbuthnott.     in     January  Canada We.t. /  JUST THINK!  With half the labor, and at  half the cost of other soap,  Sunlight does the whole  washing in half the time,  yet . without injuring the  most delicate fabric.  j  There Are, It Is Said, Few Honest Art  Dealers  In   Europe.  I wag talking the other evening with  ii. Henri I-iochefort, tbe most brillbint  Doctor Changed  His (Vlind  In the jear isfiO, 13 year*, ago, Mr-  G. S. Gfcsner, of Me He" Inland, _\T.  BURLS AS EXCISEMAN.  England    Has    Given    Many   Writers  Government Jobs.  When  Robert   Burns, the  one  bun- !  ONLY THING THAT  HELPED HIS KIDNEYS  ai. itenrl l.ocnefort, tbe most brillbint *J- o. Gesrier, of lie-He liland, N   S     drad on^ ftft ,V-n ^���,.^4��=^ ��V   V1  uiithorlty iu Paris "on an matters. ZSAhZAtAfTT    A1\ Ler relfl.! b'nh"1 ^^'.n '& &Z*S�� > British Coltirubia Likes Gin Pills,  -there is no doubt," he said, "that j **���*-*��� had  died of eom-umption    and   <.f ias-t month, was driven by the ex- ���  the chances today of au American mil- u,1-t',e  ^, ^'t-ry, indication   that   she, p��n-e, due to an mci easing family to , . '"      '  A  GENEROUS, ARTIFICE.  ", It  Wasn't,     '.  .The  play   was  uot  by  any    means.  iilliant, and obviously the, man wa.  lulled. "Suddenly1 'he touped to his  le'.'t, ' i  "1 heard an alarm of /Ire," he'said,  'I  must go  aiid ^eo .where  it 'hi."  His wife,- whose .hearing, was less  jiotde, made, way -fdr him iii silence,  and, he disappeared. .     f > .   u,.    ,  "ft .wasn't .lre_after_nll," lie said,  bn his return..,     ..,.','  ; "_\or water either," said the wife.'  KEEN  IMAGINATION.  The Way One of His Lectures Affectet  1       Louis Agaosiz.  Children are not the only holders ol  the precious key cf thc  Imagination  The finest minds often keep tbe powei  Always Serviceable.���Most pills lode  [their proportiffi witli age." Hot so with  Puiiueley'.s Vegi-tiible'-'PiHa., The pill  Jin-.s.-,  is so  comppunded    that ��� their'  r-rtii-nplh and effectiveness ia preserv-  ifri and the f pills <can he carried any-  > here without fear of losing their po-  [Icmy.   This'is'a quality that few pills  (po-sit-as..  Sonic pills 16se their power,  |but",not so  with . Parmelee's. '   They  jwil! m'ointain1 their freshness .and po-  enr-y for a long time.  HoW    Late   H.   C.   Hammond    Gave  Without Too  Much Parade.  A   characteristic   action  of  the'lata.  Mr. Hammond occurred some two or I ,,f ������,,���..���'.,���.,���.. .."..*  three years pW, when, he first actively I ,, A'0' bt!'?c' muclll�� <llcI<* own  took up the cause of the Free Hospital I nnd.l,lc world's bonefiL Tliat such a  ior 'Consumptive-*. Stlb-.crip.ion. were5 Possession couple with ardent entlui-  "j-coming,in very fast, nod ono Sun- j *i,as'n makes demands on 'the mines  '15-Y "'.K/'t he.paid a .visit to the city I an**-" strength Is shown In the following  ei nors 'of   the   morning   newspaper. I anecdote, rela'cd bv tlie late Moneure  *tntnn*ffiVUT' \HP w��hw!.t0 $"*'  DanIel Conwa.V  "�� hl.vaulobiographv.  ��W   ?'    .C fU". ��� for',t,ie h^P11"'-    Ho W" at ono time a 'pupil of that fa-  but ��t i���e fame; time he wished to    moU8 raan 0< s<.lcncH. \Juls A���asslz.a'  Que particular lecture Agasslz de-,  voted to displaying some fossils of sau-1  ���tans,' newly'come Into his collection.  f conceal the fact that ho was doing *o  h2cau(5-jn he  thought   it   would   arouse  ���more  pt'bUc  atlc-n'tion  and'stimubite   v  .-*ub*.cripiions   in   a   erealcr  degree   if. r  it appeared  that a larger number of    He ma(]e the subject a text for a'gen  niiwKiint! V. _. ,1 ii l M 1    ni. _ *       ��j i *      _ __   1. �� .       _. - . _i  SI ur ,-l7~-How do you spell���r��� '.,   '  .Old-fashioned "* Proofreader c��� Any  j-ny you:'pleaae.    All  rules  of spell-  )n? h{ive" been abolished.  , " '- I      ,, I?,  Repeat it:-1-",Sbiloh's.Oure wiUal-  Iways cure myjcoufha and colds."  �� ','*. .  **��*��'    ���*,*...    \^.liii.c:i     .III".    ....ci-  ii.von    and     he  ^lopked'   very     had.  h\ hat's  th matter with'him���do* vou  p-rs'blis'.had'i-R'.ibscribr'd the   sum  in  various  amount**;.     He   had   therefore  fijn-red   out   n   list .,of - subscriptions  ranpine ,from * $10   to -" $1,000,   reading  somelhintr m<e "J.S. $15," "Sympa- AAAAAAxAAAA  tliixer^WOO." and so on. ,.Ie-offered cxUnci Wllh U'��  to pay for the in.*i"rtion of. this list,  if,necessary, but only one newspaper,  and that one*ypry'fur from being" t'ne  poorest in Toronto,'would accept his  money. ' Thi-s th" public read of the  ��� <��� uddon access of funds' to the philanthropic institution and never for ono  moment sur.ppeted that thc supposedly numerous donations were in reality  one modest man's'contributions to get  the. fund going. * ,   -,,  The mpnner in which he took hold''  of the K. F,. Clarke'' memorial' fund  ������nd pushed it'lhrouidi to an adequate  figure is also a matter of record,Vtnd  owing tophi's great popularity it ���became truly non-partizan in its character. '   - ��  .now?  Hubby���Compound  fracture. , ���       .  Wife���What , u.sort    of   * compound  fineturc? ,'...'���     ''     "   . -     ,.   ' ,"  Hubby���He's  l^ughbag*?     discovering     thit    fact,  J'loke^her  engagement':��� Philadelphia  lli-iiuirer..' '.4  ,.',  Electric. Smelting'a Success,  '   Dr. ,' Eugene    Maahel,    director   of i  mines, has  returned  to'"Ottawa from  Dunnarfvet.' Sweden,  thoroughly con*  Jernl review of the chain of reptilian  life.       .-.;���'  As he proceeded, darting off, to' tbe  blackboard to illustrate, comparing the  contemporary fauna,  he became more and. more animated.  Ilis face reddened with excitement  until at last"he said: '    '  '  '*Gentlcmen,-I ask you to forgive mc  If today I-end the lecture at this point,  although tho hour is not out 'I assure  you I .have been describing these" extinct creatures until they have taken  on 'a, sort' of life. They have been  crawling, hissing, darting about me. I  have heard "the crawlins and* hissing  until I am really exhausted. I regret  it, gentlemen, but rtriist you will excuse me."  Our admiration for the grand teacher .was such .as to* make us; break  through all rules, and we gave him a  hearty cheer. He fbowed low to us  and quickly disappeared.  honujre  In  the  European  art  market  are shockingly  bad.    Tbe demand  for  line pictures  is enormous; It  has   far  surpassed  the   supply   and  Is  steadily  iucrear-ing. *   Every   one   who   can   af.  ford It wants bis private gallery; even  lleople of modei;t-^foi^^s=t^yg=-,���1_ti;,p  masterpiece or so. as they baie au automobile.    Consequently the prices of  pictures have risen, risen, risen, until  the temptation to fraud has become irresistible.    There ls no longer such a  thing as an   honest art dealer,  or  if  some exceptional dealer happens to be  honest he is sure to be Incompetent."  "And tbe art experts?"'! asked.  "Worse   than   the   dealers."   he   de-  , flared.    "Why should they know any-  thing about art?   Tbey are stable boys  todtii', art experts'tomorrow.  'One of  the'' most   successful   art   experts   in  Paris   was  a   billpp'ster  a   few  years  ago.    Any one  may be an art expert  who chooses to put up a sign.   There  are no qualifications,  no diploma. *  A  man simply calls himself an art expert  and that settles it.   And these are the  fellows you rich Americans deal with  Quel m.nlhenr!"  - "You tljink our American millionaires  buy a good many fake pictures?"   '  M. Itochefort laughed,    "li's pitiful:  It's shameful!   lint wiut can they expect?   It's their own ,fault for buying  pictures as  they "buy lumber "or steel  rails-accordlug  to specifications.    I'll  never forget the, last  pictures  I   wns  asked to look at by a rich American'  He   was "so  proud  of   them;  so  con-'  'vlnced   that -they < wore   masterpieces!  There.were forty ln all, and they bad  cost   him   800,000   francs. " It   was   a  bargqln all right if .they'had been genuine, for' there   were great  names in  the lot; several old masters, a Diaz, a  Theodore  .Rousseau, a, Daubigny  and*  several   Corots���ibet. usual   millionaire  assortment.  "'Weil,''he said as I studied them  " 'Some  of  them' are  well  done,'   I  admitted. ' <'        ,��� '    '  " "'Ah!' he purred. ---'  "'Put they're not genuine.'"      '    '���  " 'What!    You  mean you've found a  counterfeit?' �� '  '"'My deat -dr,' I'm sorry, but���they're  all counterfeit '" ��� Cleveland Moffett  in Success Magazine.      ���       . i  wa.  going the same  way  ily  post    he  end Debility  Psychine is  the greatest  of TGhie-,  givjng IleaJth and Energy, and -hou'd  Weiuincas, etc.   Sold b'y-all Druggists  lind Dealer:-, oOc. and  $,1.00.  Write Di. Slocum. Limited, Spadina  Ave., Toronto, for a free trial of Psychine and mention thi3 advertisement.  eraturc the slate has not been averse   fcince- J- I-D^ARD JAMES.  to  show  itself the  patron  of, literary '     -Try them at our expense.   Write for  merit; and this apart from  the laure-   Pimple  box,  free if  you  ruentioa  th.'j  be in every home.    It "should alwav"- ��� ��\l**hiP-   ��>��n�����We ,but  meanly paid,   papor, then, *.-hen you see that Gin Pill,  bo  used  for Cold*   In - nf   in,    ^     Chaucer held  mkny offices   about the   ere helping yo-.i, you  caa get them ab  '   UbL{X  f ,..���     e.'.i.i." .���   ��?Mi!t?���    court and under Government, and was    your dealer or from us direct, COcl a box '  more   actively   engaged   in   public   af-   ���0 for $2.50.' ' ,  fairs'than any poet of celebrity since  his time. It is 'true .that he. started  in sufficiently lowly fashion. Appointed comptroller of the,Custom of Wool, j  Skin, and Leather in'the port of London, he was obliged to keep the. books j  and fill in commercial documents with  his oiwi hand.  Hotter  times  were  in  store  for the  father rtf  English  literature.'   In dui1 .  ' course he ,was promoted to  be cornp- j  (roller  of  Petty   Customs,   and" more  Just a  Confession.  "Though   I 'am  no philanthropist,"  The swindler said,  "It's true    ,'  I'm  always on  the lookout for '  The good thing.. I can do."  It is Wise to Prevent Disorder.���  Many cau-es lead to disorders of the'  stomach and few are free from them.  At the fiist manifestation * that tbe  stomach and liver are not performing  their functions, a course,of Parmelee's  Vegetable fills should be tried, and  it will be found that the digestive organs will speedily resume' heajthy action. Laxatives and sedatives ai'e to  blended in these pills hat no 'other  preparation, could be so-effective as  th'-y.  Dcpfc. N.U., National Drug & Chemical  Co., Limited, Toronto. ,      llt.  I, The   Starting   Point.   ,.  I 'i  I     1 hi! minute a man hi-gin- lo behove  tli.it tluiiLT. iiiinfil li.iii* boon vuii-c.nj  licu-iii.-.    .ill    o|l,'iu~t.<     Pliilail.'Iplu.i  lb-cold.  Xo   ill..11   '.I   iv^nnm     "-h/Mil.J   h(-hh!"  '���J  t'  .,v.-^i     \/x    j tin      v. iiacJiiif.,     ��-uu    iiiui '- r   li I .    t. t     ' i        ,  than once took a distinguished share'',;*l"fu">  :iIhm"A'A'AA '? <�����s wi-iei,,  in   cmb.i'.-.i'cs   and    othi'r   diplomatic'.:'" 1,la'/",   l 1,,V''f '*' 'd '"'"J .^ U"U  -,,.;-e,-or,U ' |l.\..lV    -     I    'llll     (    111*1*  illusions.  C'haucfr's first great literary successor, Edmund Sp'meer, attained 1o an  eminent position in the Court of Chancery. "?.fihon rose still higher, when  he secured ,his appointment tb the  post of Foroif.n or Latin Secretn'rv to  \ ciir/.i-ii m' ctdl ill e .'tnd jjOetii:  t.'i-to went to a public library nifd  asked for Slu'll'v-V, PtomothJils (Jli-  bound." '  ��� "    .?  He was lather taken aback    when  The Chirred Sleeves,  broke.-'   and     Mit--* j vinced   that/The"procVsV'of "electijc '     In ^ day of mousquetaire sieev^ea  DEAFNESS'CAN NOT BE CURED   "  I by locals applications,'-as they cannot  Iriiieh'the diseaseel portion'of the ear  iThere ia "only one way to cure deaf-  Ine??, and-that is. by constitutional re-  fmedies.   Deafness is caused by.an'in-  Iflnrned condition of the mucous-lining  tof the Eustachian Tube.    When  thi.-*  Ilube is inflamtid you have a rumhling  jBfiunil or imperfect bearing, and when  [il is entirely  closed,  Deufnesa.is' th.  jre.-,ult,   and   unless, the  inflammation  lean be taken out and this tube restor-  |e*l to its normal   condition,'   hearinc  pill he. destroyed forever; nine cases  lout of ten are   caused    hy    Catarrh,  pinch is nothing but an inflamed con-  Idition of the mucous'surfaces.  |   Wo will give One Hundred Dollars  |for any  case of Deafness  (caused  bj  fc-iianh)   that  cannot    be    cured    b)  jHidl'o Catarrh Cur^i.    Send for circulars free.     F. J. CHENEY & CO.,  Toledo,   O.  Sold   by   Druggists,  75c.  Take Hall's Kamily Pills for constipation.      c  Fleporter���How many    were   in   al-  "iid.iuco   at   that wa'rd   caucus -   you  ���lid the other night?  Politician���Why,   I  can    give    you  "'iily a  rough estimate", but   Importer���That's exactly what I'm  f-dtei How ninny roughs were  ft hi-re?  5-Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  "That looks like a newly-made  ipiiivp ��� that little 'hummock over  It heie on the desoit," said tlie travel-  |lei   fiom  the  east.  "That's just what i1 is. neighbor,"  JniNweiod Arizona Al "The editor of  ft he Weekly Cactus Spine was buried  jovvr there last week."  "What was bis complaint'-"  "He didn't have none-    It wi!-* Co-  ,  o!��   Cal   that   had     the     complaint.  f Vou see,  tliere  wns  a  baby  born  up  *'��� Cnl's  house a spell ago,  and    (be  ' 'iitor wrote an  item  about it, savin1  ���i  tow-bended   little  gill* had   come  to  fiii.ike  Cal   and   his    woman    happy.  .'���ut   it   'pears   that   the   printer     got  ' "i"   letters   mixed   somehow.     I.ea-l-  '>v i1*1*  it said   in   the paper    when  Cal  '''���'id   il   that     it   was     a   two-headed  '"by,   and   him   hem'   an     impulsive  ' n--,  theie   wan'l  nothin'   to  do   but  ''"bl   tin*   funeral   the   next   day     but  o'!,. "���Chicago   Uecord-Ileiald.  Daneerous coughs. Extremely  Perilous coughs. Coughs that  rasp and tear the throat and  ungs. Coughs that shake the  whole body.   You need a'regu-  ar medicine, a doctor's medicine, for such a cough. Ask  your doctor about Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral.  -.melting is a complete success, and'reports to the Government ��� that the  enormous supplies of iron ores in both  .Ontario and Quebec can be profitably  developed -by means of the magnificent .water powers -with.,which those  provinces ,arc endowed.  (  He al.��o investigated power develop^  ment from ^as. producer^ engines and  as'Va result 'a number' of' experiments  in connection with such engines -will  be ^conducted in'"Ottawa.  A model plant Is being built Jn sthe  .southern part of that city..and tho  machinery is now en route from Europe. - i r,  The Dunnarfvet works have invented a steel furnace in which a three-  phased' current .and two electrodoes  are u<-ed, the bottom of the- furnace  furnishing the1 third electrode. Tho  special advantage of this is that the  three-phase current produces a rotation of the bath in a vertical plane,  thus bringing new material continually, into thp slag line for purification.  Dr. Mnancl also conducted important  investigations into three new zinc reduction .processes.  Arranging a Divan.  - Every one does not know that a  wide dh'an is made more comfortable  by, having at its back'two huge, hard  pillows that will support the softer  ones. 0  It Is usual to,heap up a great variety of those extra soft ones on a large  divan so that any one sitting or reclining may arrange them according to  one's comfort.  1 These are needed, It is true, but they  also need a support. The wall is usually too fnr back from the front,edge  of the divan to serve. The two large  pillow's made of the material which  covers the divan are not only comfortable, but artistic.  They may bo stuffed with excelsior  Into coarse muslin or ticking, then covered with the chosen fabric. They look  better with a heavy cord around the  edpinp.  If the end of the divan is against  the wall ns well as its side a third  pillow may be added to give an added  framework to the little pillows.  This Is not au expensive trick, but If  a housewife ever tries it she will never  let the divan go without this part of  11s equipment.  It is a problem how tp, make them so  that-they will look.'shirred-and'yet be  quite secure. Furthermore, when they  are made of wash net or other- washable'fabrics it is almost,.Impossible.���to  launder them if tbey are, made in ,the  <,usu'al way. a . -   , \  ,One clever woman  has  found'that  'the inside seanv of the;;sle6ve may be  "made  like- a.'French ,seam,   through  "w*hich a tape'may ,be runv   The tape  should   be   a   little   longer   than   the  sleeve Is when palled out to its full'  length.   The   seam    for    the   second  draw string may be taken "up oh the  outer side,of; the sleeve, arid through  this also a  tape may be run.    When  the dress is worn  the string may be  rdrawn  up   to   the arm hole   until   the  sleeve Is the correct length, aud then  the cord may be tied up inside.   When  it Is time to launder them tho strings  may be untied, the sleeves pulled out  to their full length and the work thus  made easy.  Bleaching   Muslin.  If you( want to bleach unbleached  muslin nt home place a boilerful of  deep blue water on tho stove and, unrolling the muslin, 'put It In and let  come to a steady boil. Remove from  boiler without wringing and hang on  line to drip dry In full sunlight  When dry iron and depend on the  first washing to make it a clear white,  or wash again in the ordinary way before using.  Washing   Brushes.  It is best not to put one's heavy \  backed silver brush into eoumiou use j  fur their hair, nt lea��t not in cities ,  where tlie soot laden atmosphere !  leaves a. coating of itself on the' hair j  each day. ���'���   '- ��� '...' I  This is caught by the bristles of  the bnlsh. which makes it necessary  to wash it at least twice a ..week, if not  of toner.': ���       ��� '���'*������ '���;  This constant Washing ruins  brush that has an expensive back,  Therefore a brush should be used  that has an ordinary wooden handle  and back with good stiff bristles to  withstand the softening action of water and borax.  "I  can   truthfully say'  that I believe that, but for  , the use of. your Emulsion  ���I would long since have'  been in my grave. I'was  1 past work���(wuld not walk  up-hill   without coughing  very hard."  THIS, and much more was  written by Mr, G. W. I-Iower-  ton, Clark's Gap, \Y. Va. We  would like to send you a full  copy of his letter, or you  might write him direct. His  case was really marvelous,  but is only one of the many  proofs that  ,   The   fe-tbics cf. Kissing.  A Vienna magistrate has been called  upon to decide whether kissing In the  Btr,eet Is an offense against public morality.' ,     ��� ,  Arnold Schmidt, a'aniversity student,  was taking a fond leave of his sweetheart at the door of her bouse.'; This  so shocked a clerk* who saw the1 embrace that he complained to the police,  and Schmidt was arrested for a breach  of the public'morals. He plea.ded in  'court that his 'kiss -was a tokpn of  respect' to .'the. maiden. An , elderly  spinster' living im thenhouse opposite,  who had been an' Involuntary witness  of the scene, told the magistrate,amld  much ,'lauclitcr that 'she .Indignantly'  withdrew frctn' the window at once,  because, she said.' "kissing "was not  aesthetic.''    ( ���- r-  Tbe court, after much deliberation,  dismissed'the case, holding that kissing was no transgression of common  morals.  i '  "Billycocks."  C. A. Phillips, who died recently, was  a principal in a well known firm of  Nuneaton batmakers. s The business  was established about two centuries  ���ago at Atherstone and subsequently  passed by purchase into the hands of  a Joseph Willday. whose family conducted it for*' more than a hundred  years. As early as 17-13 the round hats  made of soft felt, then known as "Atherstone cocks," were not only sold  largely in Great P.ntain, but sent to  the American plantations. Mr. Will-  day so increased the manufacture of  these cheap felt hats that they became  known as "Willday cocks," from which  arose the term "billycocks." The-Eng-  lish armies which fought iu America,  India and at Waterloo were supplied  with bnts from Wlllday's' factory.���  Loudon Express.  1 "I see,'' remaiked Uncle Jerrv  Peebles;*, "the' life,, insurance companies 'have, laid 'down aVset 'of rules  for" making people live fifteen jeara  longer. I'ain'.t going to'pay any  attention to 'cm,,, The life-insurance  companies have got, a', good enough  thing as it i�� "���Chicago, Tribune.  ,  ''Repeat  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure' will always  cure    my   coughs    and    colds."   t5:c best" novels m our language', were   , -     "      all   recipients   of   Government   poll's,  fi'i,'���  ,i,i   i   _.        i     i   ���     i <   _ e    _   which, in some cases, proved to be of  Ihe old  faimer stood  in front  -of   a vor;. lucr.lUve n!Ul'r^  James Thomson, famous as the author of ��� "The Seasons" and of the  song ''Rule Britannia," was made*governor of the Leeward .Islands. The  sequel is cuiious. He sent out .a deputy to do the work, and, after paying him, clear $1 500 a year<from his  governorship. As he was also in receipt of a 'pension, iie was able to  spend the last years of his hfei in  ease, in happy contrast to,poor Robert  Burns, "weighed down by sickness,  debt, an'd dissipation, dying with1 a  curse upon' his lips;' , '  tho Council of State under the Com-  <ho'   librarian    replied,   'with    great  'monwealth. ���    '    "   ,'  hautem:  Asked to ��� celebrate,. the '' Battle of �� "Wo don't, keep 'unbound books  'Blenheim, Joseph1" Addison was made hi this libi.iry."���Youths ��� Compan-,  Cpmmisaio.ner oi Appeals in  the  Ex-      us ' <���.',���'  'cise, and afterwards, as reward for hi^  resultant poem, "The Campaign," obtained the'poat.of Under Secretiny of  State. He became successively Sc-cre-  tary to lhf_ Lords Justices, who rul-  ministered the Government until the  anival of George T��� a Commissioner  X  the "Human prog" in the museum  "How did you ever find' out, ycou  weie a contoitioniot?"s- he drawled,  curiou.ly.   -���  "Sh-" whispered the contortionist.  "It's a secret, but I once tried1 to  dress in the upper berth' of a 'Pullman sleeper."��� Chicago News, i  gOOOCXXKX200000000C!OOOC20000  ,  SAVED    BABY'S   'LIFE,  ���* Mrs. T. Osbo'rn, Korton MilU,  'Vt.,(says:���"I  have   no, hesita-,  tion in saying that"Baby's Own,  Tablets  saved my,    baby's     life  and  1   cannot',say    enough    in  praise of-this    medicine. ,,-He  * was so weak" and, sickly that he  K 'took no' notice of anything, and  ��^> 'cried,,'so, much that I was  worn  out caring for  him.-   After giving'him  the  Tablets''there  was  O  a great change,  and  he is  now  3!i bright-eyed,' laughing baby,  the pride of our home."   Babv's  m Own Tablets cure all stomach  and bovvel troubles, break up  colds,' destroy worms and keep  little ones healthy and happy.  Sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 23 cents a box''from the  5J Dr.    Williams'    Medicine     Co.,  ���5  Brockville, Ont.  CCX^-JCOCKXXXXXJCOCOGCOCOOCSOO  ANCIENT UESTS.  OLD OYSTER BED.  i  a i  W�� publl��h our foriDul--.  9  ers  Wo buntal. ��toohol  from our m*d!oln*a  W�� -..*���_��� you to  oonault your  ..       dootor  Any g00(j tjoc.or ^wx tell you that a medicine hke Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cannot  Qo its best work if the bowels are con-  st'P*ted. Ask your doctor if he knows  ���anything better than Ayer's Pills for correcting this sluggishness of the, liver.  *���*U4. by til* Jf. O. ijtx Co.. 3iow*-i, H��M^*>  ,A Wrap For; a Doll..  If you want to make something new  .,,ul attractive for the '-big. best doll,"  whlcli every little girl lias rind carries  on Important occasions, fashion her  one of the new opera cloaks like the  ..iris of this season wear.  * Thoy are made of broadcloth, lined  with sill* "i" sntln- Th0*v fa" l00Se fro,n I  shoulders to hem of-the skirt and have I  a withered hood at the neck, which Is j  il���Ml to match the cloak  This will be n new touch to the doll s |  (V.ii-drohc Po not tie the cloak In '  front with ribbon; but with two tiny ,  fross. and thru It will look -ry much ,  like the real thing.  ..��.  muisi  is the most strengthening,  and re-vitalizing preparation  iii the'world. Even'. in' that  most stubbonvof all diseases  (consumption) it does wonders, and in less serious  troubles,V such as anemia,  bronchitis, asthma, catarrh,  or loss of flesh from any  cause the eflect is ( much  quicker.  Do not d.'lnj-. Oft'o bottln of SCOTT'S  KMIH.SION--bo -uro If- SCOTT'S and  trjr it.    AI,-, DRUGGISTS  Irish Supply Is Shipped to London  For First Time.  Oysters from a wild part of the west  co.ist of Ireland, which, in view of  their oritrm, may b.> described as a  "noveltv'SOO years old," were eaten  for tbe" first time in London a few  davs ago.  The oysters of the Red Bank Gal-  ways, were cultivated by the monks  of tho histmic Coicomroe Abbey at  least as early as tbe twelfth century.  In ISG1 Thomas Dinley, who had traveled all over Ireland, wrote of these  oysters- in C.alway Bay���"oysters of  middle sr/.e, far excelling our Colches-  ter*-. as owned bv several judges of  both "  Napoleon III, vhen establishing  the ovster industiv which has now  be  "Tho late Senator Allison;" said a  Dubuque lawyei, according to the  New Yoik Tnbune, "v.as a stickler  for pei.oii.il eleaniness, even for personal elegance. There was no quicker  way for a*, man to get on his black  books than to be unshnved, to have the  tiousei*- impressed, the boots unpolished  "We n<*ed to have here in Dubuque  a decidedly slovenly lawyer. Tliis  lawyer appeared one afternoon at a  meeting with a lose in his buttonhole.  The sight of* a rose in the buttonhole  of such a sloven excited a good deal  of comment.  "I wonder where on eaith be got  it5" said I.  "S-Miator Allison  smiled.  " 'Probably.' said he, 'it grew  there.' "  \  Familiar'Tale Told   In  Many  Cer.  furies wand ' Languages:  ��� Most of the jests that have been  current in English-speaking countries  for 'centuries are known also throughout Europe. Students of folklore assure us that to a great extent these  j jests are of Asiatic origin, many oi  them having come from China and  Japan, and some are thousands of  years  old.  Take, for instance, the well-known  story of' the impudent Irishman at  an inn who looked over a man's  shoulder while he was writing a letter. When he road, "I Have much  more to spy to you, but a fellow ia  looking over my shoulder and read-  j ing all I \wite," he ciied out, "Paith,"  | sir, I haven't read a word!" This  i story is found m the "Spring Gar-  I den" of-Jami, the List of tbe great  ��� Persian poets of the fifteenth century.  The story of the countryman who  tried to pick up a paving-stone to  thi ovv at a savage dog and, finding  that stone and all others rammed  tightly into the ground, declared that  these' were strange folks who fastened the stones and let loose their  dogs, was told in the thirteenth cen-  tuiy by another Persian poet, the  illustrious Sadi.  One authority in folklore traces a  familiar tale from the 'ancient Hindoo collection, "Ocean of the Rivers  of Narrative," through various versions, in many centuries and languages.  Tne "Hindoo talc is in brief something like' this. A nch man 'said to  | his treasurer m the hearing of a musi-  i chin who had entertained him, "Give  this man 2,000 panas." The treasurer, replying that he would do a-, ordered, went out. The minstrel asked  for the pana5*, but was refused. On  app.'.ding to the rich man the musician   received   this   response     "What  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  > _, s  f-  '  "Ollieer."      said     the     whimsical  touiUt to .the big, strapping    policeman iv ho liad" saved f him f.om being,  tun   over *by  an   'automobile,    "you  .... f  of  '   V  f-vth,  about four  blocks fi'in where I live. '  Trot    along,    sonny."*���Chicago    Tribune.        '       '       .  TEA  Universally!   Recognized  as the Standard of  Excellence.  ;  30c, 40c, 50c and 60c per lb.    At all  grocers. ^  J  IX  ficient   quantities  Vou think of bile as something disagreeable and poisonous, something  to bo  well lid  of.    In the  blood   the     - ,_, , bile   is   poisonous   and   harmful,   but  ivecomo so important m 1-ranee,  sent , ill(>   ]lV0r  (ilk(,,   <h(J   b)le   QM  o{   the  igents   who   piaciically   denuded   Vie    j*     ]  The Uses of BiEe  In Indigestion  Bile  is quite  as important as are the     did you give  me  that I should   m.ik  gastric juices  in  the process   of  di- " a return'   You afforded a short-live.i  gestion. j pleasure   to   my   ears   by   playinc   or  Chronic indigestion disappears when tl'e b'tc, and I gave 'a abort-lived  an active liver supplies bile in suf- ! P-'^sure to your ears by pr-omiMiig  - - - -        r you  money.  In Gladwin's "Persian Moons.hee" a  pooi pool recites ver-.es m praise of  a wealthy man, who promi-.es him  a quantity of gi.iin but later say*- ir>  him-   "You   aio   a   blockhead'     Vou  Ix.t nn nt.n.1 j-on Mr. Hom-rttin'. Ii-ltrr  anil boiiio lit.Tuture on Ci.iii.ui.ilifii.il.  Just ii-nd u�� a 1'ii-t Curd and moution  this pupor.  SCOTT & BOWNE  126 Welline-on Si., W. Toronto  Red Bank to obtain the parent, stock  for what have .become the famous  French. beds of Auray and Arcachpn  to-day.  The entire output of the Red Bank  ovstors, which, after, drastic tests, are  passed for consumption, will henceforth be reserved exclusively for the  Carlton and 'Ritz Hotels,'-and"a number of invited guests who recently tasted the oysters found them, not only*  "fat" but of delicious flavor.  i Foiled.  "Yes," says  the milliner sweetly to  Airs: Brightun, "the big hats are goiug  completely out of style.    Next season  and poura it into the intestine.-,  1 wheie it fulfils a most lmpoitaut mission.   ������ *���   .  ������   ...  Without bile, human hfe is short, for  Bile hastens the passage' of the food  along  the alimentary canal. j-  Bile-neutralizes the acid which passes, from the stomach to thc intestines.  Bile prevents the   'fermentation    of  food-in the intestines, which in  turn  causes   gas,  wind,'flatulency."'������  Bile, in short, is Nature's..cathartic,  and maintains'h regular and healthful ;  process of digestion and of elimination j  of'waste matter by. way of'the bowels. |  But. to have a regular flow of bile '  the liver must be kept healthy and ac- >  five and just here is where. Dr. A.. W. I  Chase's 'Kidney-Liver  Pills  come   inj I  f-J,r  1   ' V.I  i   ' ���  A.  E. MCKENZIE CO., LTD.  A NIGHT CAP  Take two Beecham's Pills on retiring and avoid any ill effects  from a late meal. Then you \\ ill  sleep soundly, awaken with'-a  clear head 'and a high opinion  of thc great stomach remedy,  e  Sold Everywhere.      In boxes "o cents.  SEND    V J '.  YOUR  they simply will  uot *je'worn.    Sou    for they are definite, specific aiid dirr',  will have to come and get a new bat,  delighted me with words, and I pleased  you   in  like  manner.    Why,   then,  should   I   civ"  yon  gram?"  ��� .'.Lucian  tells, of  a .philosopher  lli.it  complained   to  liis  pupil   because his  .fees were, eleven days in arrears and  .Was   thus   answered ���'by   the   youth's  uncle:   "fray   let   us   hear, no   more  complaints  of  the   injustice you  sup-  .pose, voir have* had   at   our   hands,  since  it  simply-���; amounts  to , this���we  . have   bought   words   of ,you   and   till  now have paid you in the same coin."  Tn  "Ji'.cke  of  Dover,   His  Quest of  Inqiiii-ie.  . For-    the  - Foole     of     All I  Fooles."' an English jest book  of the ,  sixteenth' century,, there  is a .tale almost precisely like! the Hindoo narrative.      "':.'"'"  "A   Japanese   story   say   that   Kisa-  buro,   a    man    of *. economic    spirit.  . or several of them,  iu fact, and the  ! new ones will be very small."  "Oh, bow lovely!" -exclaims Mrs.  Brightun. "5Iy husband will, be so  glad."  "He's different from most husbands,  then," laughs the milliner.  "But, don't you see.r I can make Ave  ��� new hats out of that last big cue I got  | from you!"     .  And she goes out, leaving the mll-  inor da-wdly clutching the showcase.  -Chicago Post.  .a.   man    of * economic  ect, in   their action ; on  the, liver. took  lodgings  on  the side-of a  mar-  It is only ,by'setting, the. liver, right kct'for eielsji The appetizing odor of  that constipation can ever, be-cured, fried-('ols'entered his dining-room and  It is.only by making the liver healthy seasoned his bowl of rice. The man  thati  biliousness    and    bilious,    sick j. with  the  eels   presented   his   bill   for  j headaches can  be    thoroughly    oyer-  | come.    It is only by making the liver  active that the most difficult cases'.of  indigestion  and  dyspepsia    will   ever  vanish.  A single box of Dr. A,,��� W. Chase's  Kidney-Liver   Pills   at  25 "cts. .a   box i  will convince you of their extraordinary merit.     .One pill  a dose,  at  all  the odor of the fish; Kisaburo laid  out the money asked for on the bill  and began to chat with him. When  the man was about to leave Kiso-  burc put the money back into his  pocket, replying to the other's remonstrance: "You 'ask me for pay!-  mqnt for, the. smell of your fried  fish.    I do the s.-.nie  for the sight ol j  WE    PAY   UP   TO   S6.  We  .-ne .-poci.ih-H  in   N'otthwestern  R.'iw Fins and pay the highe-t puces  foi  I'oxe-., Lynx, Wild C-its, Hadsors.  Etc.p .Send  for price  list and  ship -tp.  v.-'m:  F.   PFAELZER  & CO., ,  6   East   12th   St.,    New   York.*  >/^-B^."^iV^:*-^  Removes Bursal Enlargements,  Iblokeiiod, Swolleu Tissues.  Curbs, rilled Tendons, Soren.si  from any Bruise or Strain.  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Limited, Totonta  A&  -sr  , dealers,   or Edmanson,  Bates  &   Co., | m7 money."   This  story  was  known     -a  Toronto  in , Europe in the fouxtscjth century.  W.    N.    U.    No.   730.  jw^wwrtvtaiP���  ,-1iia-j-.?^w,y.w.ifrtrB<��rjrt^-*f^'  -..�����T^iiatiBBaii-.*iis.'��ii��i>r����i^a'tiW.�� . '71' Mffi mm  . P >tdl-ln c 11. ih, i nl.-riM iif ill.  people  I    . '  of M--./i<  and U.irt Kuottuhy.  THE Jj1:ADEJ{, MOVIE,-BRITISH COLUMBIA1,  .Fortune le'linn  F. J.  TN. IVii. .���"���...-h.  ���J.* On l-jj^. i*Lw->eir>  -.'���"-. "i*.,.  1! nt     'I      .-. l'l l.IiTIO.N  ".'>(���,',/���  ,$L?.0tf  ?.VTUr{p/_Y. "d IRCII. G   J 00.  Dies not take into co*~-M��r���ion the one essenlLl to vrora-  *��'-..-�� iiupr-.L-^-  -voir).   ..     _._  ,'b.  "he v-.o-T.-n*, v-l.o ntr^ec.*. *her health, is neglecting the  verj-lo.na.iiun ot all g_-cd fortune. For v.-ii���out health  lo .c .o-.es n. i:i!,tre and gold >���   . _,t tiros.  Woman).- health when lost.or impaire-ii'may generally be  r..^...._.J .ju _._.. v,: __,r. i ic/cc'o Fa. or.re I're*.c.-..Hion.  '    "       Tliis Prescription lias, for over /i'o yea.-s.  '   .been curmi delicate, weak, prin. it-rack ~f  women,. it? .the   hundreds   of thousands  i'nd this too in t/se privacy of their k'omes  '.'itfivut thsir having to submit to inddi.  c-.-e Qrietfiivnin^s and offensively repu^  r.-i^u. e.vzminatSo/iis..       ' . **  r>k women mv invited to cuj-uit Dr. Pierce by letter fret.  ;.l. correspondence held vs baoedly confideot'al      A,|,|-m. -a'. A,.    p..  Ali-Jifi! ,Uvnr,'.if;,m   r>    \r   r>- ,.    J,       ���"'.  .'vau.css .. orld _, iJisnt-n.E.y  M-d "~l  Arf  ���      f'kuj-,F*��iv  Doe. on   Bq��.x. The i'eopl.'_ Cr^^on S-*rS-*  ll^S.^-i^^r^J-.ri^^'S  !   0. 0. F.   ,    |  VT*-^*i!_I_]>VVII<!��\v   LidscMi.  41.   !  - ^^ |  j \|*-oliS Toe-iiny  ��n-1-11 i n ���_'* in   Mi tlr* C<>t I  Mini)   nn    Violnriii   Kiioet     Snjniiiiin..   I  Odd Fell.-..-... cordial]. imitt.i.  jCiiAS. J. Wun-r F..1. Sin ni.    I  jN'ubJe (jj-hikI f*ci j'v        '  Shoe    Repairing  Mining-, Shoes  Made to Order  1   '*?.-_>"Lf.     �� l.'*2->tr Si��* J*  ''���**: J''.K;vi1-fcV' / *���  ".,   ...*   ���*"-}"- r-��jr��  -V8 ������ i-'Vi-*V,.i;'*i", '  A I'^aA'&AM ���'���:-���-.' *-"'  M my K i-l'i  p?>pie   Ii'tve   k mo 1  biinl-��in-.��i  ever hoe.:��y,   riy'-i . the ;  �����.      . I  -1-vOOieiiHiaii-,        ' i  As Lowery  Saes Ifc,  frfreenuMod -Ledf?--,)  St,   Joseph's   Convent"  THE C ANABiANBANt  OF COMMERCP  head orrxec. tokonto  B. E. WALKER, PresMen*  ALEXAHDEH tAII-U), General Mina-er  ESI Hi,..  :!! b  I8ii7  Paid-up Capital, $i0.  ��oo,ooo  Reserve Fuad7':JS6'OOO'O00  Caches ihraashcui Canada, and (In the United States -1 r  ind  more  pcr^ris- a���d withdrawals m,uic  .     a   .  one ol -Ujcin. or by Uj* iiirvivor.  HANBROffK BRANCH.'  12-t.    NK1.SO.**, li G.    '  T      '         "rVr   ,?".     ���    i^ne,5R".T-a,'0anffe,S thB''     *��r.lmg.ndD.,JachooJc.n.W  I ie prtB*--?-*-oi,s ob.1- iiicii .*��ti-le.in i '-->cialists wttl be in pjrt-oi- I,. i i .. .,._. ^- ,         r o.   .        ,    ��, ;  '                  '                i     '       w' ,     |l'd by tlie-sie-iers, of bt. Josi j>h, Noleon  Meets iu McGregor h.dl every   Sntm-  ihiy  eveninj,',  ,  Stijouriiing   "members  nre cordinll'v invited to afeud.,,  Malcolm McNeill    Thos. IV," Kelly  Pro��d.-nt,   'o S'ecretiirv  53**%'*  R. L SMITIi '  B. T. BRlTMNfR  .SlIOKMAICKH,  M.OVT15,  FE.ESH   AND   CUvR-ED,  Mc Carte i\'&  Macdonald..  i  'iirfhin 7 ,,��..i'     '                 ,'   ,      j ^^'a'meflmds'of teaching.   Terims -Br.rrislera, Solicitors, Xufanes, Etc.  m,              "��Iy  every   ,nxlrf   hn-   .omuvnee January, .April . an.1   Sert n  ^.      '       '    .  mi.i  AUeck-ii,   thB   v.-e^Jc-.n,b,y 1'upil, .ire udmifted durim, t.e'r,,..     . OranbrOOlC.*    -    .-      B.C.  seen tha shir lo a-of i -.vutn m.  i.  W. F. GURD,  I,  IIARI-ISTHK, SOI.1CITOK, KXC.  tCRANUROOK.'  B. C  butter  1 BR. F. B. MILES,''  " ?      33S32W*,0_7IS,S7.  Cranbrook';      -      B,C.  STOJI' AT TilE  COSMOPOLITAN  -HoTBIL..  1    . '     WHEN IN   <   '      ���  A      y       r        <i      '  CRANBROOK  K. H. S.lULt, AlauHf-.r.-  r. < P '  - . i '  Good room**-, good  table? nnd ' bar  and  first class sample miii,  'Wm/ Jewell1'-  ��i. 'i  '{-   i      if i**W-�� V-i.'-i .'"-l.-rYJ.;-        "     >/.._. ,^-��.^ij   iiu.iuu.-5u     univciuii     ,  ffe'^/.kwr . Ji-it'rt . ,  WsWl��;w-''**%/'>'[   mles iu th.i d mee,' and "stuck   t  v.'       .     -   ll��^^Ve    *'alt/*    modt   ol  the'   Urn  ' " ' " "t^i^-'        *' 1""*"" '-������-'--'--   -  ���"V$^-1  - 'i^'  '4��s  ���p"  ^"<!>SE.ii ;-��� ^Loyie may  k-ive  some''aspirants.  ^i-Av !������  jr^tbe clitmpiuhship.'  ISS- i  "^^[SV*  Kevelsfcoko Observer: Ona   very  Af r.j~��'A .    f  threiv his bo>k? over, and" thoo  "i-j:'-.e.]-fl fc0 c!-j.-.v'l,'Ghi'ou-h between -tlif. v/i'c. Jfi',floinj? so  cue oE tho barbs c,m_rbB fie ca  boose,of bis px-it-.* and 'cA-isod a"  rip e'ear .-tip" to the wai.-tband.  Jjbnnie found   n. solitary   pin   in  j George il .Thompson,  ,      , ,     f      'A ���BaHJUSTKH, fc'oLIClTOK  ."��� I ' ' .'l  i I r     tary Public, drc.  &      0 J", 1 CHAXBROOK,   ;,-Bitn-^ Coi,,im,j' yyp^   " '^";   i,^^  ,.,.,����� -.   ��� .'IW.'e.'BEATTT ���      '    . I''-    '    Tor  Sale.  MOYIE, B��� C.  Limited  |.D' Express and-Qener-  ; al , Delivery.  Business.     Li very,, and,  -Feed Stable."*  W. S.'BEATTT  * ��� .'       i i  Em balm or and' Un Jortuker,  wamnm      .       . ��� :.'    .���   ������         J A" "���  p-Wp'^fi;'  o-'grettable'   feature' o.  n  Revel-j|��,s coat'and   eloping   the   ronb a=  M0}dfi$f4    'ioks audience U thu lack  of  mi, J ,iVell n_- iiosr-ibl", -Iven't on hid ' .vav  r)i*'*if^.j.<"? '���?-,., ��� I        .   .  ���V-   __*���__,.  Irt.-M*. 1    f'^M..>l.r,n..��,f^^..    ...l,;i���.,*l..      XT.-!.... 1 r ��i .. 1,-,-,., I     .!._     __*.__. 1       ,  &>"3'-^VV <-  ft-   ���A'- feVwvStV %-'<  I'.-T  iJcVitlK'.G.i: ,        P.L S. II. Y. Pn-ker,';  JlcVITTIB & PARKER  PP.OVIVCIAL LA-Xp   St'RViSYIXG  ,U.-IL"lV,VY   A-   MINIXG    K-VCilXiJEiaNG  ,   ���'>���     /     ;        t   V, . >  ' .. Estimates Furnished.  o i       !. ������ n *  , OFFICES ,, '   '  Fort Steele P. 6. Box 2.1     -  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.    ���  Phone 3.2  'CRANBROOK  AL yi*e-'  .     ' '        i    *J '  Leave 'Orders ut  GWynne's S'lcre.    ,  ;-.V'i.MP.RLE%;HAiL'''.;.V  ��������� . %l��Pdrsy,-.--;'March 'Wh *'''  " i        .'   .'        ���',���.    ' .     / j,   ��� '.    ��� f    . ' i '. ,i        S ,<  "    *  '  E. Wi��J3"presents/-REbRiCK-CLARkn'& C0A1PALV  ��� in a great'production' of Alexandre Dumas'  '  'V rA'' '      , - '"Srestvplsy -. ., "���'.' ,     .��� .   V  * . _ .' f \.    '..'- _    _e -.    *'   '.       i .  h'?\  gV a.'jamies5n "'  .   Graduate'Ej-.ibalraer,  Under.ake'i- and'".  �����  lutnei al Director."    '  '(   J>AY OR NIGHT  CALli'AT    /  OmCE ,. PllbSE. 2f0 '   26j  ��- 'CitAy'r.aopK, BVc. -"  .isent for ru.l- ii:,0 of   monuments  . ,   and artistic   mcn.orinls.  J>iili.-li Cu.iiraliia  'o'vniE'  x>  *- y-1  ' *t. v.,.  -- '-.A^-X  k*St':s*j,,>% ;���?, . tt A j Bioatlbent of the peologi  i survey depu-Lmeut of mine--,  't-wa,    is   visiting   the  mining  .Stock Quotations  ri''i\n:u-ii  r:^  ui; *.!,;.;  ^"���^ 'iect of  wM��S8k-u'r,'*'>  nps   of  thi.   section   with   the, f,tl lhiMa^s  ���.nrorc.  n^oM.InlOfl  ?np"to-s  KiAv..r_r..  lii'l        .A-kei!  ^^m?v  ifij ��r�� *ItaA '?*,''>  *    ,i'f,..i,r'i.*r;t**'jf  8k i < J>..j.-5/*5ii,i' CI  "i^'.^t*'' l.V��*!  ���::.M>*  -/���*���?���"  *-,i'i  -iial    lniiHenm  afc 'Ofctaw.x as  -mtinent display  of  thu   varied  ncial    rtisouices     of      western  "nad i.  Oaring    last  week  2.T-:  It.ond-  i-io war.   in- thc   East  Kooionny  tiict aud secured .-pecimens  o!  (.l   from tbe  Crow's   Xe-t Y'AA  A    fields,    an.l    oies  from   tin  t-tb     Star,    Sullivan    and   St  .tctme    mine^.      The spociin**n- ;  ;m the St. EF1Keue included   fi- !  toi cut gi,ulc-.   of    conc-entrat ���  .  .is e-eii.ial   that    tin.   exhibit-  ch S.att'.e   by   the   middle   of  V SO tliAt they in ty 1)0 iu  plic-e  ���Tili-J���  mid   mil.  l)E��An.N"Ii:K     t!K��s;.   ,1'ups.  '^ is  Ltir.p   sample   lOim^in   connsclion    ^^^^^'.t^f^^^  ���Ailli lnni.e forcon.mcrcivlmen. Bosi     V" ������HfiL-^HJn  of,.--commod.i.k..n. V^^=J,C'l^WlrSl]-�� /-  ovi-rs^s; 'l-l r^" sfrj���v>-..yt  f      V1- JV'nl"'7-'t"M^V'^  5E.VD  I'O Ullr WOBK  5   : KOOTENAY  "/,-steam' v.-".'  ,laukdhy/1,  '* ��� V.vv  A A'A- :   V"V  V.  " ."   ' ;K'JiTLSOX. VW'V'  *   'V  All White Labor!  ���-   ���   -;    '  Laavewoik with the   iocnl-jfgent  A, E.;,,STEWART.,   - '  ���   '  Oivpf infrcliauicaJ' �����$_<!   ok**Jtricaj' cMce^,  ' * Price1*?   ' J      ' !- , ' i.    ���    '��� *     *       ' ,  ',       "'v',^ . "I*;''": "s, , :"*   SI.G0,  7c  , ' , _"��-,;,'.,1^t.is on sale,m. ^SfoyjVwliW^ioi-o..   �� '  ....      i * *- **'    i,' .*  "* '^       .. *    ��� .      .  i _  ii*'  ;��� '*^4^^ J5avc  (_   J^t hacj, \vesU.ll ]utvc iV,nny,biK ba,gai.)H    ���  ���      '    left.    V'V carry'a largo slock oi '  ��   V  ���H'-!ii!qu.irUrs   for    Com--     *  nierci.i! und M i ��� > _. tr-di^n  'Q -CEKS  AVENTE, MOYTE,   rt. 0  Are^ YcuThinking  of Buying a Typewriter?  IF    KO      J'.LTV    AX  vt-v r>^  fVV; ;j''V,^^  : June 1, thc d ite of tb.4   ofli -i,.! I j <n t, ,..        r.       ,   ,  Jce    KeUoa    hi,    ]K..ul��,,irte,.    PC> that u",oc!" cvcO'Coo,  ijL the next fu-.v  week*. , | -y  1 ou can fly as his'n here in quality  ^jv ��� ' ! as lou w.-inl.  "-"/-i / \* i - - ^^���'������r   y  'GrijNTLEaiE_Sr���  If you want a stylish, uj.  torliuc tnilor jnade suit,cali  and inspect our spring coo-ds-.  l-'Cforo ordering.elsewhere.  < * .  ^Q    guar alee  all  Our Work. i  0. V. B-ESAULXJER  .   - DEA.1 ER   Uf  rROJIPT  DELIVERY.  duee-os'Ave.      MOYIE  ���FURNlT'fcfRa  l C�� ". ,  Mail, Orders Given- Prompt AttenHcn.'  1  Ml Cranbrook. "Co-operative    Stores  X* C. Steam Laundry f^'t^^^  IE.   HOTEL.  ���^. 7r* JOEJS'STOJ/      -  CRANJ3n00K'.  Give our work a' trial  and   lcavp  'work   with    -  1  Jf  fc  * >* "f.  *'' ."  i','"  i.,*%ft'r  v,��'.'.  * f ,.  L.   .  * , UT . - *  ^"���*&7  /-.It    '  is  :Z  ���fe*V:*��  .-' AAAAt'AAAi '���'  ���" ;VHV"f>!;VVV,  �� as } ou want.  tooIc  iiaca Meet ' * ^ ��ur lhir''y"f,ve dolla- s,ii^ arc bet   ,  ' i I tcr t!lan the, mo.t custom-finical taste l's | i  rrlr*.s,.r the   .Vanbrnt.K j ' Uicd l0"  mi tod, held n la-^.. lm.(.t  1 thi-. week and d.'cidi.l up.,n ���  u   niHettiiK   thi*.   sp. in.',   to   Iji*    J '  .[.,). !. j q High or iow, we pledge dis.Inc._v.  f'l''fin ing.  "OLIVER"  Q You   can   fly as  low aa it's  safe.  Our tv/clvc  dollar suit:  ji lu!l eiglilcen.  :re  wo:  'rlh  a  J   M iy  21-:  :i.  i'vf  '.*.".��.-,''���:  <>lii-:iai - ;* S  f'e. o|.*nedoi-rospo-nl n--,  writ-J_. ' | ffesi of style.'aiid perfection of fit  . _ bvidin^ horsem"!, of   A.*Hsti3-n "  ���''.ada and   the  I\Tjrt.i   \Vi*..t,fi-.  "-tes an'l aiiTi.'ijiito   one   of- (.!,,  '.���ri'-snworisful    mir-f'tiag-j'   t.V(.M*  .'1 in this yr-etion of'the (snntrv.  '.t-activn p u.s s will !>���* ���,*;,* ' ���'..  ������'.'t>hi. horaj,n"n-of c)j;*.   vimi.it..'  U  $12.1.    EASY   PAr.MFATS.  F. J. Smyth,  Agent       -        -        Moyie  l>i*L'_*i.iiig (lone.  'Prices Big-ht  Vi    Hi      I   lili  repairing aivl  AF.'1't.hnnt Tailor.  Tt  t  B. C  A. B. Stewart,      Agent,  -MOYIE, B.C.  2  NOTICE  ' |(,r'.��P"0f,K ,'>*Nn "I^,':i'-"'. 'ii-sraior  "i* ---.'t l l-i-.l.s- l,j VIHIO-V- EAST KIKITK.VAY'  j   , , fW- ��.'  Tai��Gs��ed- 'Gf&S&r.-.  i  contilent th;tt th-. ro will. i;_.  .��. at tea dance.  On sale by  ' w  \��  V i  v>*  rj1^--*- n  "fx t  vr  TA.KK' "Wloe tlii.t Hi-nrv J.(i;ot,ri0r of Mov,',  j ��- '-...ocpiii.-m,,,,, lj!lH*!^;���,*tl,, iiit..-n.|SU) ���,,���i.  '���'-..orP'-'imisKl,,,,  to  ,,���r.*i,���so  n,u i���I!;)wii,R   ie- '  ��.:o'.imi.-jii..iiIR Hta i.o.-it plnntcrt-on th" nortl  ���'������ink or tlie l.iirl.. M���y,,, Kiv,r Ht���, U)(J  l...-j.i.]..ry of ,1r. ,-.!'. K. ,*i,rl,t 0/ u-avr- th.-i..-  ���"'.-'���."t I-J irl.iiins.tllcufi.- aortli fifl i;r,���i,,y. lhc.ll(,  ���;��."i *>0 ciiuiii*-, *������-,ru or less, to Mo.lc Riv_,  nirnci* K���.,ti,*,*���r,l on v,,..Hi b.-u.li of rivri,. (: y  '-..-.ri'.-li! of ��-a.v, Hi,.;, ,,,.s. Ijih..,.,!,,,^. ���, ,���.,,  nirli. rf-.,.���.* :,, ������,���. of ,.ommt.r;..,0Illl.nt ��� (;oll  IiiiiuiiK I.'.rj .mruH. ir.or.r or K..;;h.  .'   11 l-.-X Ii. V J. i.'f.OI'IU.  I'.il'.-'l.Jftii. '.Mill, t'.vj. -.���'���������*.  Thos. Summers  ;"CiK-ii'.��, ��� loliaceo,  1'Vuifc and  Confer:, ionory.  |( -TO."\:-S.    NOTkVXS   ETC..  South   Victoria   St.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  I        T?t^ The  I        Market afford��?^ned ^ith the Best the f  S        the Best Hde^er^ar is Fi"ed with {  tne^est Biands of Liquors and Cigars. |  I       '        HEADQiJi^S?.FO��,CO��MKRCIAL I  i��i6yik  AND MINING MEN  I  *irH  .  *- tSk  in every respect  ! to*  B. E.   TAYLOU, Bffpr   i ^  Victoria Stieet.  MOV IK  Chamberlain s AA ^^oiera-ana  Nev.-rf-.iU    t.       .        L'!��i'"!ioe.i H.mc---ly.  BwV   .YOtJlt  Cigars,'; ,*,  tissi  '���'IfltOM  A...fa. Mewart & Coi@��@@  Spring is Here  !   Nov/is the time   for'  every good citizen   of1  Moyie    to   think- of  ���   j building and   improv-  !"7S their town. -;  '.-.'i : SEE      ���'���''''  ;  1CAJLDER BROS.  ���TUP  m^^^'-^^^  rJI^ -.10^ JE CONTRACTORS AND n'UILDJJRA  Estimates.  eliccrfuUy given,  *@@$�����l$$'d$$.$i�����-0��.$<  ii^^^a-StaaB-i-a-afegia^iia^f^^^^


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