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 VviL?ON,   Cpfcisd'  For  i��_-f*srr1y Jlulns glas��f >-  W. H. WiLSCN, Optician  ^    cr.AXCROOK. ,  and eb-_;  ��2 A VEAK  pila-ve iust'received a nice,line of   .  st *    i -     ���" - . /<.   ' *' v '    -,    ,  -  L1NOLEITM and  OIL CLOTHS,  excellent patterns^ to- ,  squares'and neatly de-  and"inspect  our 'new ,,  4NDCIG1I  X^&SERINa. GOODS; they  are 'beginning  Se^^  Hfi-"i*r'  tmef ������"-,  ^"-     GENERAL FLOAT   '    |  9��9>��^����d��3����af_��������������-����^(_:  An Odd Fellows' lodge has been  instituted at Coleman.  ONE, KILLED;  ONE INJURED  J. W. Spence, C. P. R. agent at  Kingsgate, has been* sworn in as  a Provincial constable. . "*'   '���   '���"  1 ���.*;. ��  ���<���. n *���*��� *.   ^  *- *     .        J if-nl,, t. ^  ,-V'  r!l-'  H  ���Tdliaab^vV^Ckihf&'tibriery  !<��� ** U.-?4.-"', j.     .      /    V. .-j'"-*"* ' " . - 1       -  fruit,; eto.  .1- '        'l, .�� -    I,  "AfJ  , I'*?  JLOOBV,  "a*V  ' i. ><�� ~'  ���* j1 it i _  V  ��� "t  'iV-    " "  MOYIE  55K"?  '_*���-.  >>.  ���' "ft-*"  i ''>*-   -   l, ' "  &  , I  toT-.i-  ,j,'" CC-fl,  .- "a    a.fC��� ^     - /j j      Ji  ^AaV'T^A*%  re, Li*�� vand AccidentInsurance:  '.6  *'/   . if*  f" 7  # ^  11 .^  f*l  5*     v >^',   fl  */���   -n  I    ir . -.  K07H.-&SC.   t ^ u w^y i y^ ^:vJ <.,^ ^y.^^yx^  klLhavel.\ve^l��&iiiRmente'1o^  laytbn Creamery! Butter  *  A AAA v.-V'1-*^ ���"...'ruB.^i*-'/' vV -  '*!   A, *.^sh^madetand- delicious.^' ,VVi'7v ,HV"' r  r?#.  II.  ''S,:^;  ���Tl    -    " '*)��� j        V   ^ '    _^ "     "      *?       , "*"    . J       L "''        -.    f , -���I     '     "1' fc*f"  ff-Vc i,'    Sri -A^i! Ss,jf*,r>-i>.      i��      c ** .ifAjA^-/;-1!.. ^V*; ���"Tt-rli"   -      J-*t'''-'-u-iH ,  ir-jsasJtur-A-i-   ��� ��� v ������-������ |      ,'*...    ' gg  ^l"Q��RIGClli;lMBEMe0  Manager Finlay of the Sullivan'  mine and smelter, received orders  this week to close r"down both  works., ,       ' .   ',,  -. - ���   '.        j , . f        i��_  Larry Doplan. formerly chief of  police b�� Sandon and , later road-  ibaster oa the Cranbrook' division  bfsthe C. P.'R.f dropped deaa in  tho Commercial hotel at Winnipeg  Tuesday. ���          .   - A *  <    ;   '-V- a i t,   -..ti, i i  '��� ^John* H." Murphy,- general "counsel , for ? the ^W^esteru.-,- Federation  bf Miners, and also general>' counsel for the' BrotHerh'ood-"olf_Xoco  motive Firemen, 'died of consump-  tion^ at . his ', .home in Denver,  Colorado',* Tuesday��hiehtl" *����� * ���,._  .^.,,-u   r^,    .-. , ,        -J- - .    ^ I   -     ^      v*4  .j, ^.jf* -.    ";     ^' ^^ j. ^i.'v_i> j 'T** ������, t **'     '"^    '  V'^The-;printers!.were ^tbe^ jBrat  craft of, any imporfcauce to extend  their organization, throughout the  .United, ."'_States.^ 2The_,/rNational  Patrick 0'Brien-rWA9 killed oufc-  right and Jack Daljr' was terribly  injured while working,at No. '4 Sr.  Eugene this morning". , The- men  picka'd into & missed hole shortly  after going on shift at 7 o'clock,  Daly has lost, the'sight of one eye  and the other is so injured that it  may go also. , He ia otherwise injured, but in, all probability will  recover. , Dr. Coffin attended the  injured.man'aud did everythhing  possible for him. ' Daly was 'sent  to the hospital on this afternoon's  train. ^'{        ;,  i O'Brien was about. 35 years of  *  I -l ^ .U   I  age; aud came here from Ro3sl*nd  some six: weeks ago, but'is origla-  *      -.'ir , ,     '    *        ��       I* Jh       ���  ally from, Butte,,,-He has a brother and two cousins *ui^Moyte."  He was a member,'���of...the 'Moyie  Miners', .union.'' The'funeral'* will  probably .take placeatomorrow. A  "'-Daly V. belongs . to   the''Miners'  nninn'uf.'Ymir.',    J �� f, r  *'{, i\ ** "��     (   V  union* at-Ymir,  fir    -(rT  "Struck'' Bedrock.  changed,  TypogrftphicaliUnionln order^ to  take in Canada.-** -   -    - ���  -tc.  EOXr^HrAND.DRESSED.  ^^ -.V.V ,*->>*-" 'SffA'l* *���  F*3*i;^mf*.. w   i���*-i^:t' ~f^-ivi". ^ ��� j  wvar  J*1-*-* '*t,.-fi|.^v l, -  '**    *..  it.';,v  .  c  ������feses}!  : IitrMBER;rOB\SALE:  a-A a-A" a'^A'^AAA  . -:_ ,   Office���������NELSON,iB. *0/  f. f*v# v:,��-A'.,-,  "-    -if J        I-*-*'-'��� "���  '     "    ,1  I -*"-  ,   '-I       ���*  XMem "bers'of therbyal family, al-  ways^send'; their, {own i .wine to'  public dinners and,vin-*many-*cases,  their, own special brand3'of cigars  also. ,.fThe,wine1 ii in , charge .of a  responsible servant in'the- employ  of ,.ther 'royal���'''household,''' whose  dutydt is^toVstand behind'/the  chair, of hia "mister^ and wait^up on  him:���Tit-Bits.V--/' ������"-- V~V , "  " :AiAAA:^a^-A^���"V^V^V A-*  ' -'James'J.'Hill Has'spread a^larVe  : i ���j*-.*    i.  Manager  Cambrian informs  theLjaddir  thatr'|h37 hasJstruck  bedrock with the shaftswliich ."he  is sinking.*- The shaft, is ' 99   feet,  and' is in00,feet';of water, and "Yo  feet of alluvial deposit. >-��Mr.' Mac-  "  Kay is to be,congratulated for his^  energy and jjerseverance in carrying this-'project'to. a fsuccessful  conclusion.   . ,, "\ . -,    ", 'v���" ,     '  *-'^'Butte Mines resume, r -  .-*       ^ --".-'-\ -1-       *   v *-���<.!?���.    /  ,      j_ i .J.''k.._ -p       ' - ^ ,,' ^ *. *        ,  ^Butte"and"Anaconda are jubilating be'caluse .the mines and smelters of the Amalgamated.Co. have  |     "  LOCAL ASSAYS |  g��3i^��'>Si>9��^��*>��^����'&��ai>->a��9t  The fidhing season opens  ftlarch  26th.  A. W. Davis is over  from  San-  don.  High   class   goods   at the Co-  Operative store, '  E. O. Kamra and. wife  were in  Cranbrook Wednesday.  , "VV. It. Rainey, the��� barber,  and  wife left Sunday for Spokane.  Miners from all over  the  country are headed towards Butte.  JThe Miners'^Union are holding  their regular se_ni-a.inii.il election  today.   IV. , "r  M. A. Beale and S. 'II. Hoskins  of Cranbrook were in'town Wednesday evening: i  /FOR RENT���Nicely furnisned  room suitable for two. Apply < to  Mrs. Allen Ford    '      '       i ��� -  v Miss Breta Peterson of , Cranbrook, was visiting in 'Moyie the  first of the week,     ,'      [-    ,  , Mrs.Attwood came''home from  the Cranbrook'* hospital Monday.  ��� - Those interested in co-operation-  .J> ,       IV ,  are .requested to attend the meeting in the Union , hall    ilonday  evening.-''  -������-���*     V   , ..     V ' ", ���  ,' .,  .-* i '        �� ~.  ,        .. . ,  Mrs. A. , J.. Flood came, home  Monday ^from Cranbrook, .where  6he was in.the hospital for, several  days. " A-A   ".     -.   ���  Last _ Wednesday being-' Ash  Wednesday there were 'services  at the -. Catholic church, Father  Choinel officiating.   , -   -'    'A   * ��  ^^3g^S2_3__-S��rE3_33SiSffi?  . THAT ARE^&P=T(r THE  , MARK  are the kind we have*for sale.  The stock consists of the best  goods.   A firm hand  is  kapt  �� . i  upon the price". What we  sell jrou this week is as good ;  as what we' suld last weekt  and cext week's qualities will  be the s-im. . it' nos botter-'  li-ive are a few' spaci.ilt'.ds;  ' Labrador hemn.?'   ,    ',-  Fresh Acadia cod ^ '  " '       " I.      ' ���  AriiAqur'j. boiled ham, sliced,  Armour's niess pork  , Glj'cerined eggs for codl.ing,  Cranberries,  '    -        -    '   - >  ��� i ' <i  fiMaltafVita     "     -     "   -  ' ��� "t    V        *'       s   <  ^Pointer Oysters, selected.  t:  10 cts.-per-lb  in . 2 lb bore-?, Co  j. tJ  30 cts' per Ib  18 cts per lb  25, cts per do/.  15" cts per. lb.  packages 25 cts  ,1 lb tins 25 cts.  1 ^   " "< A\,   a-  -   ' ���  a2 lbtins45,cts  /Victoria brown and Daisy red salmon, ,-20,cts per lb,  MacEacliern & Macdonald;  -   -^~     ,-���,,-.-' , l .    . '     I       ,    ,       I. 7 ' I'  lagMasttJ^w-i*^^  'ia  The Lead Situation.  , "The  it the  with  is-ars,  LOAtHIA  |Moyie and NeJsoh.,  'Wv y    A . :_.  ���i '       .isijgesss  .-. f ^       i i *-  Sash,and Door'Factory, Moosejaw  fl&ip�� SALE-^-Tliree - room  house  and" lot.-  2-hali dowdV  This is a snap.    See ' ���  v^Price  F. J. SM  nsurance. Heal ?Estate,. Collections.  ��^ - f . , **       , .   . I c  'Manitoba", KatidV Calgary'. Aloertai'  pj,e^aring,jt"'is^said,fJto^parallel  the ^Canadian-,-^Pacific-1 system.'  Tvvo years agp-Hill'made elaborate  preparations for carrying out 'c'the  same.rschome, .but -withdrew the  engineering forces because of the  financial  depression  --        i *- ���_ ��� -  ,c< j   ..       , i'   '  Putting Themselves Right.  ���*  tbrSx_tS��irf�� jrfttjrfzjcAt-tJi-- jStjt*rjC3*j->cj^sfLrrftrCr iCiLS*r_i*tJ*t J*r.i*t& i&  .-~V.M~ MOVIE'S   LEADING- HOTEL. * ~  J-l-'Sfg/fT                        -                 -                                                    ���        _                              .-��� v.  MRS           >              V   mi,     i    'i.    p'      '      '        J   ^ 'J  Tne best of accommodations* -j  for the Traveling Public. *|  - l  ���     *                         ' ' 3  ComiiLOdioua Sample Eookib.             Billiard Booms, jj  iVf'/tf        MoTAVJSH & CAMERON Proprietors. . |  * The Leader is in receipt of a  letter'from Messrs. Willis- <k Cos-  grove of Calgary, booking agents  for the Robert' .Ganthony company. The_ letter*to a certain extent is in theyway of an,: apology.  Messrs. Willis . & , Cosgrove say  that 'they ,were ' missled' by the  English press and by persons, who  had seen Mr. Ganthony in the old  country; But they frankly admit  that Mr." Ganthony has been a  disappointmenc to Canadian aud  iences. ' \. ,. "  pany."resumed [operations:-on its'  mines and smelters;.atSButte" and  Anaconda,."."whicht fmeans that  work will be^given at once to 20,-  000 men.- .The mines and smelters  of   the Amalgamated < Co. , have  " *      1 1        ���_. ' 1 -  been closed do.wn since December  last, owing to tho low. price ..of  copper and the fact .that large  stocks of the metal had accumulated.\.,  t St. Patrick's Day Dance.  Ball Committee Chosen.  m  m  �����fe  t$m&w of Our Leaders:  r*%i SLATER SHOES, STANFIELb^  UNDERWEAR, 20th OENTUSY  CLOTHING-.  % see these siew lines before purchasing elsewhere  EL  A. HILL,  ^THE   LEADING.    LADIE8' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  ' The second annual ball of St.  Eugene Lodge No. 37, Knights of  pythias, will be held on Monday,  March 30th. The committee appointed at last meeting to have  charge of it consists of Chas.  Livesley, A. G. Monkhou.e and P.  Besovi. An hotel supper will be  served. The price of tickets will  be announced later.  There will be a raffle,-entertainment and dance in Morley hall on  the evening of St. Patrick's Day,  Tuesday, March 17th. The raffle is for 32 volumes covering tho  history of all the nations of the  world. The books are easily  worth $50 and would be a credit  to any library. A lap supper will  be served. Tickets will be $1.50,  and the money left after paying  expensee will be devoted to Charity-     '  ���' Fine ��� quality potatoes, butter,  and' eggs at ^ the Co-Operative  store., - A V"V , A.' l"  V-R T. Howard left? Tuesday' "for  'Enderby to join hig . family. Mr.  Howard has 'a valuable'- ranch  within'a few'milesof that-place. -  ���\ Regular shipments   of beer  are  being made from the Mojde Brew-  ery-to'Creston, "'    V    ,',   '*,  av 1 "��� "*��� -. ��'���>- -.fe.'. ���'\- -,. V ���   '.�� . * *V  .BORN*���To 1 Mr and  Mrs.-John  tSecca this morning'a son. ���  Louis Reneau returned this  week from Chicago after an "'absence of three months.  'Wilson.'th'e'jeweler Lof Cranbrook, will. make his* monthly  visit to Moyie, and will be at"J. J.  Murphy's store on Tuesday and  Wednesday, Mirch 10th and 11th  . G. 0. Buchanari.jpwho is; the dispenser of the lead bounty for the  Dominion government, state's that-  the total amountof lead produced  by the mines of this section* for  the past.flye years,' that is to v say  during the, period of, .the' lead  bounty, amounted to, 115,000 tons.  The total amount 1 of lead consumed in Canada during,; the  same ^ period <- was 85,000 tons.  This included'the lead used in* the  paint. Of this 'domestic consumption only 35,000 tons had1 been  suppled, by the home V. product  more than half thus coming from  foreign-  countries.   During ; that  period however, tho* duty on dead  .-. , ' pi*  in  paint 'had   , been  raised -from  five* per centr to  35 ..per. cent  ad  valorem.   -���      ���   --* -   *  >  METAL   MARKET,  New York���Bar.silver, 55J, ct*'  Lead, $4,751    Copper, 12^ cts-   "<���*   -.  London���Lead, ��13, 15?.    ,  'Doc'' Reddy in Li.nc.ighf  Former Moyie Boy Hurt.  Walter  Furlong  who lived  Moyie   with   his  in  Reports   from    Medford,   Ore,'  indicate that J.J F   Rjddy,  mayor.  of'that city and partner ."of 'p. ;J. ?',,  McMahon1 in  the hotel" business,   -  is in the center, of-a  temperance  war thafc - promises -'to  ba  one,- of-'*  the mo3t troublesome; episodes - ofr. ,  his career.       - , ,'A,   .   V'**  ". Medford is in Josephine county,- /  southwestern'" Oregon.     Accord-f i  ing to  reports' from' Mddford-* he '<%'  has .hitched   up  with   the  openV/  town'forces and is   striving,, with. ' "  the aid of 'an  initiative "petition*   '  for a1 constitutional   amendment-  thafc .will, a report says,   "deprive  the country authorities of- power  to enforce state laws within   city      (  lor   town    limifci."    Ha   and   the  parents   some j eounfcr^ ^t^^i^' do,va there  seven or  eight   years" ago,   met  --- - '  with a terrible accident in  Butte  Taylor Boy Hurt.  The Next Payday.  jjtga_*i-i"  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital Authorized-  Capital paid up :  Rest ,   -$10,000,000.  ---4,830,000.  ���4,830.000.  Savings bank  department.  I^Sreat allowed ��ri deposits from date   of   deposits   and  Cited quarterly,  iS****.  The next payday at the St.  Eugeue mine will be Tuesday,  March 10th. It will amouut to  $35,000.  lNBROOK branch.  J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  sAr.xQr -vfl_ae.*3_ay  oa. ��**��_i}Kjtfe jJutJ?j*tjftf .-��*j4i  Chamb-trlatD'-i   Coasli   _l-.a-.dy    is   ISoth  Aitreeabl* and   E-Teruro.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  lias no superior for coughs, colds  and croup, and the fact that it is  pleasant to take and contains  nothing in any way injurious has  made it a favorite with mother*.  Mr. W. S. Pelhan, a merchant of  Klrksville, Iowa, says: "For more  than twenty years Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy has lieen my leading remedy for all throat trouble.  It is especially successful in cases  of croup. Children like it and my  custumers who have used it will  not take any other," For salo by  The Moyie Drug ��fc Sta*. ionerjy Co.  Ed. Taylor was called to Fernie  the first of tlie week to see his  little boy who met with a bad  accident by falling on an axe.  The boy is with his mother, who  is visiting with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Dudley.  The Debate.  The side in favor of the press  won at the debate Monday night.  The subject for next Monday  night is: "Resolved, That the  time has come -when the women  should be given the franchise."  Diamond Drilling.  Prospecting by means of a diamond drill is again being done at  at the St. Eugene mine. The  work is being done by a Spokane  company.  T. T. MoVlttle. C. E., P. L. S. H. r. Park.., C K*  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Land Surviving   .  railway * min-lng -exginbjsk'cxg  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  FOR RENT���Nicely furnished  front room suitable for* two or  four     persons.'   Room     provided  with stove.   Over postoffice.  i  The new officers ,of the Ladies  Aid of the Presbyterian church  assumed their'duties on March I.  They'are: Mrst Barr, president;  Mrs. A. Cameron, vice-president;  Miss Sfcinson, secretary-treasurer.  Repairing of men's and children's clothes, plain sewing, mending ��nd darning. Lidies' house-  robs and waists made. Charges  moderate. Mrs. Jamas Ferguson,  Lake. Shore.  ^  LOST���At the masquerade ball  a good overcoat. Color, blue.  The coat left iu its place is at  Foote's tailor ' shop, where the  exchange can be made.  Clement Alexander and bride,  were in Moyie this week the  guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Campbell. Mrs. Alexander is a sister  of Mrs. Campbell aud was married recently at Aun Arbor,  Michigau.  Methodist church, Sunday  evening next, March 8fcb, at 7:30.  The Rev. Win. Boulfcon's subject  will be: "The Christian's Relation  to Public Affairs." Lecture entitled "Chatterbox" Sunday,  March 15th,  Next Thursday night at the  local K. of P. lodge there will be  17 candidates for the First Rank,  and four for the Third Rank.  An effort will be made to have  the degree team of the Cranbrook  lodge come up and exemplify the  work in the Third Rank.  a few days since. The unfortunate man was ramming a stick of  giant powder into a hole on the  OOOffc.J "level of West Colusa mine  when ifc exploded, throwing him  several yards. He will survive  the accident, but has lo3t the  sight of both eyes, completely.  , Furlong, who has been recently  married, resides with his family  on Warren avenue. His father  was killed in the big cave-in at  the Minnie Healy property at  Butte some years ago.  "have fought ifc out with the usual-  'result���the ' county sheriff and  the district attorney have won.  Now comes Reddy and seeks to.  deprive them of their just po-.ver,"  the report' adds.  -f,I  Natal Act Inoperative.  Peck on the Move.  Phoenix Pioneer: That eminent  philosopher and poet printer, J,  Peck McSwain, who is known in  every newspaper office from Calgary to the coast, after spending  some months in Greenwood, left  last week for Oroville, Keremeos,  Hedley and Princeton,  Back from the Coast.  The N"3fcal Act* has been   ruled'  by Chief Justice Hunter,  of  the  supreme Court of the Province, to  be inoperative so far as ��� the  subjects   of; Japan   are   concerned,,  though he did not  hold   that  the  act  was   inoperative  ��3  a whoFe,.  Ifc was held  to  be  in   contravention of the treaty act .with Japan.  -11  Worst in 20 Centuries.  R. Cimpbell is homo from his  trip to the coast. He took in  Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle aud  Spokane while away.  Doing Missionary Work.  Mr. and Mr3. Boulfcon, of the  Methodist church, are away this  week doing missionary work at  Marysvillo and Wyeliffe. They  will be home today or tomorrow.  Ia twenty centuries of the history of the Catholic church,  members of its priesth'iod declare,  there is no record of a tragedy to-  parallel thit of tho killing of  Father Leo. Heiurichs, while administering the sacrament. t'��  3uiseppe Guaranacco afc fche altar  of St, Elizabeth's church afc Don-  ver two weeks ago.  Spider Webb Social.  The ladies of the Preab3'-'"iariau  church will hold a ''Spider Wdbb"  soc'Lil at the church Friday event  ing, March. 13ch. Rafreshuien's  servd.  Admission 23 and 50 centj.  Lecture on Socialism.  C. M. O'Brien, the Socialist lecturer, addressed a meeting ln McGregor hall last evening.  Rheu-natlc Pains Kelle.ed.  B. F. Crocker, Esq, now SI  years of age, and for twenty  years Justice of the Peaoo afc  Martinsburg, Iowa, says; -'I am  terribly afflicted with sciatic rheumatism iu my left arm and right  hip. I have used three bottles i f  Chamberlaiu's Prtiu B dm and ifc  did tue lots of good." For sale  bp Tho Moyie Drug >.v* Stationary  f)ompany.  Shields (lie Food from Alum  Mil I.WITH ^lUJIII-IIJHIl.l-dwiiHUI.WWqpWW  --.^'7  ;'S"'5  ' ,*;ji*S.��|  \Wi'  ���*��i*!ST^-    _  *V,  ^"M*=*l  m  ^^Al:\  Aa3a.AU  ������ra THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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,      CHAPTER XX.
i
Of the rlnvs which followed. Maddy
had   no   distinct   ooriPciousne=*s.     Slie
onlv knew that other hands than hers
oared for the dead,  that iu  the little
parlor a stiff,   white   figure  lay.  that
iieighl-oiing women stole in. trending
on , tiptoe,   and   speaking   in   hushed
voices as thev consulted, not her,- but
Mrs.   Noah,  who   had   come   at  once,,
and cared for her and hers so kindly
That slie lay all Hay in her own room,
' '   where the Rummer breeze blew softly
through tho window, bringing the ppr-
fuine of summer flowers, the sound of
a  killing  hell, of grinding wheel,  the
notes  of  a  low,   sad   hymn,   sung   in,.
fuJtering tones and of many feet mov-
.'_ng   fiom   the   door.      TIipii   friendly
faces looked in upon her, asking how
thi1 felt,   and   \v his pei ing   ominously
to each other as she, answered s    ,,
"Very well, is grandpa getting bet-
<    ter?" *     '  ,   ''
Thori'Mrs.   North'..nt  with   her   for
'   a time, fanning .her with a-palm-lea^
fan and brushing thc flies away. Then
Flora  came   up   with   a *man   whom
.   'they  called  "Doctor,"  and  who gave
her  sundrv , little   pills   and   powders
■ dissolved   in  water.1 after which   they
- all went out und left her''there with
Jessie,^ whd   had   been   crying,   and
whose soft little hands felt so cool on
her  hot  head,   and   whose- kisses .bn
'   her, lips   made^the   tears .start,   and
'brought   a  thought" of   Guy,   making
her ask, "if he'-was.at the.funeral."
'   '-No,'" Jessie  said;   mother  wanted
' to write and  tell -him,  but- we don't
know where he  is'."   ' ,        '<
*   And  this  was  all   Maddy ,could  recall of the days succeeding the night
of  her last • watch  at her grandfather's'side, until one balmy August af-
> ternoon, when on the Honedale hills
tliere   lay   that * smoky   haze   so   like
'\the autumn  time hurrying on  apace,
-and -when through  her .open  window
stole the fragrance of the later sum-'
mer flowers.   Then, a3 if waking from
''an ordinary sleep;'she_ woke sudden-
*   ly  to consciousness, and staring about
the room, wondered if it were as,late
as "the  western   sun   would  indicate,
anciJhow she came to sleep so  long.
,. For a while she'lay thinking, and as
she'thought, a sad scene came back
'  to,'her;ra night  when   her hot hands
* had   been   enfolded   in   those   of, the
dead, and that dead her grandfather.'
'   Was it true; or was she laboring under some  hallucination   of the  brain?,
•Jf  true,' was  that  white,   placid   face
still to.be seen in the room below,'or
had they buried  him from* her sight?
She would J*now, and  wilh a strang'e
kind  of  nervous "strength ,'she   arose,
and   throwing   on   the     wrapper,-and
slippers   which   lay   near,   descended
the > stairs)  wondering  to "find- herself.
so  weak,  and half shuddering at the
, deep stillness, of  the  house;-.stillness
broken   only   by   the .ticking   of   the
clock  and   the  purring  of  the   house
cat,  which   at  sight  of   Maddy,arose
from  its  position^ near   the  door  and
came    forward,"   rubbing  _ its ' sides
against her dress,  and  trying in  var-
, ious ways  to evince its joy at seeing
one whose caresses  if  had  missed so
long. ' The little  bedroom off1 the kitchen  where   grandpa   slept  and   died
was   vacant;,    the   old-fashioned   coat
■was  put away,  as  was  every  vestige
of the old man save the broad-rimmed
hat,  which  hung  upon   the wall just
•where   his   hands   had   hung   it,   and
•which  looked so much like its owner
that with a gush of tears Maddy sank
).»«'&*e*$*0*e*e*«*»>e«£<*i9
mm. moaning out:
-   "Oh,   Guy,   Guy,   where   have 'you
been, when I  wanted you so much?"
Maddy did .not know what she was
saying,   or ■ half  comprehend   tho   effect it had on Guy, who forgot everything save that she wanted him, had
missed bim, hi'd turned to him in her
trouble, and it was not, iii his nature
too resist her  appeal.     With   a spring
he  was   at  her  side,   and   lifting   her
in his arms seated himself  upon  her
mother's   grave;   then   straining   her
tightly   to his  bosom,  he  kissed   her
again and again.    Hot burning, passionate  kisses-they  were,  which took
from Maddy all the power of resistance, even had she wished  it, which
she  did   not.     Too   weak   to'reason,
or see the harm, if harm there, were,
'in being loved by Guy. she abandoned herself for a, brief interval to the
bliss   of   knowing that ,she   was   beloved, and of hpnrine him tell her-so.
"Dinling Maddy,"'he said, "I went
away beciiuse you sent me, but now I
have  come   back,  and   nothing  shall
part'us again.    Vou arc mine; I claim
you here at-your mother's grave. Pre-'
pious* Maddv.   I  did  not know of all
this till'three days ago, when ^Agnes'
letter found me'-ulmoair-uv-vnxs— ivu\-r->-
Mountains.    I   wish '1   had  come  be
upon   the   bed,     moaning  to   herself.
fore, now, that 1 know you wanted
me. Say (that again. 'Maddy. Tell
me that 'you  missed" me."
He, was smoothing her hair now, as
her head still lay'pillowed upon "his
breast, so he could not see the spa^m
of pain which Vontorted her, features
as he thus appealed to' her. Half
.bewildered,- Maddy"'could*jiot at first
make out,whether it were a blissful
dream c?r *a reality, her lying there
in Guy's arms, with his kisses on 'her
forehead,,lips, and cheeks, his words
of devotion in' her ear, and the soit
summer sky smiling down upon her.
Alas, it'wiis'a dream'from, which she
was awakened by. the thought of one
across the sea, whose place she had
usurped, and this it • was, which
brought the grieved expression to her
face as' she answered mournfully: ,
"I did want you, Guy, when 1 for-"
got-, but now—oh, Guy—LucyWther-
stone I"    . * "
.With a gesture of impatience Guy
was about to answer, when something
in the heavy fall' of the ,little hand
from his'shoulder alarmed him,'and
lifting up'the drooping heacl 'he saw-
that Maddyihad fainted. . Then bfiel*
across the meadow Guy. bore her to
fhe'cottage, where Flora, just" return-*
ed'frb'm a neighbor's, whither she'had
gone upon an errand, was looking foi
her in" much 'affright. * .    -   ■
Up again dnto- her little? ohnmher
Maddy was can.ied and , laid upon"
the bed, which she never left until
the golden harvest sheaves were gath •
ered.in. and. the'hot. September sun
was lipening 'thi- fruits ^6f autumn-'
-But now- phe, hiid > a- new Jiuise;' a
constant attthdant, who .duii'ng the
day seldom left her except to -talk
with and amuse'Uncle Joseph, mourn-
in_r below because no one sang to
him.or noticed him as Maddy used
to do. He. had notfbeen sent to tlie
asylum, as Maddy feared, but by way
of relieving Flora had been taken
to Farmer Green's, where he rwas so
homesick and discontented that' at
Guy's instigation he was .suffered 'to
return to the cottage, crying like a
little child when the old familiar
spot was reached, kissing his armchair, the cook-store, the tones, -Mis
Noah, and Flora,, nnd timidly offering to kiss the T.oid Governor himself .as  he  persisted   in   calling   Guy;
"Yes, grandpa is dead.    I remember   .who dechned the honor-  but listened
now.     But   Uncle   Joseph,   where   is
he?    Can  he,  too,  have  died  without
my   'knowledge?"    and     she     looked
around  in   vain   for  the   lunatic,  not
a trace*of whom was to be found. His
room   was   in   penect   order,   as   was
everything about the  house, showing
that   Floia   was   still   the   domestic
goddess,   while   Maddy   also   detected
...,.;„...   .... - i__■_..    _,   i ,
quietly to the crazy man's promise
"not to spit the smallest kind of
spit on the floor, or anywhere, except in its proper place."
Guy had passed through" several
states of mind during the interval in
which we have seen so little of him.
Furious at one time, and reckless
as to consequences, he  had deteimin-
various things which she recognized led to break with Lucy and marry
as having come from Aikenside. Who | Maddy, in spite of everybody; then,
'•.ent   them;>     Did   Guy,   and   had   he « as  a sense  of  honor came over  him,
been there, too, while she was sick?'
The thought brought a throb of joy
to Maddy's heart, but it soon passed
■ away as she began again to wonder
if Uncle 'Joseph, too, had died, arid
where Flora was. It was not far to
the Honedale burying ground, Maddy
could see the headstones from where
sho sat gleaming through the August sunlight; could discern her mother's, and knew that two fresh v
mounds at least were made beside it,
But were there three Was Uncle Joseph there? By stealing across the
meadow in the rear of the house the
distance lo the graveyard was shortened more than half," and could not
be-more than the eighth part of a
mile. She could walk so far, she
knew. The fresh air would do her
good, nnd hunting up her long unused hat, the impatient girl started,
stopping once or twice to rest as a
dizzy fuintness came over her, and
then continuing on until the spot she
sought was reached Three graves,
one old and sunken, one made when
the last winter's snow was on the
hills, the other fresh and new. That
was all; Uncle Joseph was not tliere,
and vague terror entered Maddy s
heart lest he hadw been taken back
to the asylum.
"I  will get him  out," she said; '"1
will  take care  of him*   I" should  Sic'
with   nothing to do; and' I  promised
grandpa "
She could get no farther, for the.
rush of memories which came over
her, and seating herself "upon 'he
ground close to the new. grave, she
laid her face upon it, and sobbed
piteously:
"Oh, grandpa, Pm so lonely without you all; I almost 'wish 1 was
lying  here, in the quiet yard." -
Then a, storm,of tears ensued, after
which Maddy grew calm, and with her
head still bent down, did not hear
the rapid step approaching, the manly step coming down the grassy road,
coming past the marble tombstones,
.rin to where , that wasted figure was
crouching upon the ground,. There it
stopped; and in a half-whisper called, "Maddy! Maddy!"
Then, indeed, she started, arid lifting up her head saw before her Guy
Remington. For a moment she regarded him intently, while he said
to her, oh, so kindly, so pityingly:
"Poor  child,   you   have  suffered   so
much, and I never knew of it till a
few days ago."
-Aiad-iLv.. sirclched her hands .toward
he  resolved  to  forget  Maddy,   if  pop
sible,   and   marry   Lucy   at  ori.ee.     It
was   in   this   last   mood,     and     while
roaming   over  -the   W'pstcrn   countty,
whither after his  banishment he had
gone, that he wrnte to Lucy a strange
kind of letter, saying he  had  waned
for her long enough, and. sick or well,
he  should   claim   her the  coming  autumn.     To   this   lettpr   Lucy   had   responded  quickly,    sweetly    reproving
Guy for his impatience, softly hinting
that   latterly   he   had   been .quite   r.3
culpable  as  herself   in   the  matter of
deferring thoir  union  and  appointing
the   bridal   day   for  the  —  of   December.    After this  was settled  Guy   telt
better,   though   thc   old   sore   spot  in
his   heart,   where   Maddy   Clyde   had
been,  was  very  sore still,  and sometimes   it   required   all   his   powers   of
self-control   to   keep   from   writing   to'
Lucy and  asking to be  released  from
an engagement so irksome as his had
become.    Neglecting to answer Agnes'
letters  when   he   fust  left  home,  she
did   not  know   where  he  was  until  n
short   time   before,   when   she   wrote
apprising ' him    of     grandpa's   death
and   Maddy's   severe   illness.       This
brought him, while Maddy's involuntary   outburst  when  she   met  him   in
the graveyard, changed the whole current -of   his"'' intentions.        Let   what
would come, 'Maddy Clyde-should  be
his   -wife,   and   as   such   he   watched
over   her,   nursing   her   back   to   life,
nnd  by his manner effectually silenc-"
ing all remark. t>o that the neighbors
whispered   among     themselves     what
Maddy's prospects  weie,  and, as was
quite  natural,   iutc  a little  more  attentive  to   the   future  lady  of   _* iken-
ijide.    Pyw-" Maddy !  it was a terrible
triah which  awaited  her,   but it  must
be-, met,   and   so   with    prayers   and
tears she'fortified   herself to meet it,
while  Guy,   the, devoted   lover,   hurig
oyer  her,   never  guessing  of  all   that
was   passing   in   her   mind;   or   how,
when   he   was  out  of  sight,   the   lips
he  had  longed; so  much  to  kiss,   but
never had since that day in the graveyard,  quivered   with   anguish  as.they
asked   for  strength   to do  right.     Oh,
how Maddy did love the man she must
give  up, and  how  often   went up  the
wailing cry, "Help me, Father,  to do
rny duty, nnd give me, too, a gre-*ter
inclination   to do  it than  I  now  possess."
Maddy's heart did fail her sometimes and she might have yielded
to the temptation but for Lucy's let-
tcju.full of eajicu' anticJuati.Q'.s ai the
now within mv reach, but I pray the
bad feelings away. 1 ani, sine there
is no living being who will come between us to break my heart, and as
I'know God dot-ih all thing* well. I
trust Him wholly, and cease ' to
doubt."
It  was  well  the  letter  came   when
it did, as it helped Maddy to meet the |
hour she so much dreaded, and which j
eapie  at  last on   an   afternoon   when
Mrs. Nonh hod gone to Aikenside, and
Flora   had   gone   on   nn   errand   to   a
neighbor's,'two miles away, thus leav-'
, 'ing  Guy  free   to   tell   the  story,   the
; old, old storv, yet always new to him
who  tells   it   and   her   who   listens—
storv   which,   a"   Guy   told   it.  sittiiig
bv Maddy's side,  with  her hands in
his. thi Hied her through and through,
'making   the   sweat   drops     stait   out
around  hei   lips and  underneath   her
hair—story  which 'madf Guy  himself
pant   nervously   and 'tremble   like   a
leaf, so earnestly he told it: how .long
he had loved her, of the picture withheld, ..the, jealousy * he 'Jelt each  time
the doctor  namedi her, the selfish joy
he  experienced 'when  he  heard     the
doctor was refused; told  of his'gri*--;
ing ' dissatisfaction   with   his   engagement, his'frequent resolves  to  break
it, his final decision, wjiich that scene
in  the  graveyard   had   reversed,   and
then asked if she would not be his—
not' doubtfully,   but CQniidijJ-tly,  eag- |
erly, as if sure of'-hcr answer.
Alas for Guy1 he could, not believe
he   heard .aright   when,'turning   her
head  away (for  n   moment  while  she
prayed for-strength,  Maddy's'answer
'came,  "I, cannot,  Guy,   1   cannot'.   ,1
'acknowledge the love which hps.Rtolen
upon me, I know not how. but I icnn-
not  do   this   wrong   to   Lury,.     Away
from 'me' you   will   love   her > again
You must.    Read this, Guy, then say,
if you„.cfi.'  desert  her."^    -    ,  *   ,     o
'    She  placed  'Lucy's   'letter .in , his
'hand, and Guy  read'it with a,'heart
which ached to its-veryrcore.    It was
cruel to, deceive "that gentle, trusting
girl   writing so, lovingly* qX .him,   but
to lose Maddy was" to ^his^uiidisciplin-
ed   nature- more  dreadful 'still.* 'and
cas'ting   the .letter   aside . he   pleaded'
.again,  this- time  with  the  energy  of
despair, for he read  his fate in Mad-'
dy's face, and.when her lips a second
time confirmed her first reply."while
she  appealed , to1 his   .ense   of  honor,
of justice,, of  right,- and^told him' he
could1 and nfust  forget  her,'''he knew
there 'was no hope, and, man' though
he,,was, .bowed his head upon Maddy's
hands  and   wept'   storrhily.    mighty.'
choking sobs, which shook his fra!me,*
'and seemed tp break up the very fountains of his life.   Then to Ma'ddy.there
came 'a  terrible  temptation.    Was  it
right for, two  who, loved  as they did
to   live   their' lives" apart?—right' in
her to force  on   Guy  the  fulfillment
of -vows he could  not literally keep?
As   mental'stiuggles ' arc always   the
more severe, so Maddy's took ^all'her
strength away.*and ,for many minutes
she  lay so white'-.and still j that Guy
rousedt himself to care'for lier, thinking, of .nothing   except, to   make   her
better.,' „ * ', . .   ',       ,        ,   ,>.
."It  w-as a  long time ere  that intert
'view" ended, *,but 'when-it   d]d   there
was on  Maddy's  iace1 a'peaceful11 expression.which only the sense of having done, right" at the.,cost ^of a  fcar-
f'ful   sacnfice  could   give,, while, Guy's
bore-i ti aces, of_Va 'gre"at1 nnd   crushing
*,Wrow as" he went "out .tio.ri  Maddy's.
presence and fell'that'to him she w"as
,lost   forever.'," He ,,had*"pronused .her'
"he would do" right; had said he'would'
marry Lucy, being to' her, what a
husband should he: had listened while
she talked of another .world where
they neither mairy nor are'given in
,-riarriage, and where it would-not be
sinful for ,them to' love each other,
and as she'talked her face ha'd shone
like the faf*e of an angel. He'nad
held one of her hands at parting,
bending low his head, while she laid
the other on it as. she blessed him,
letting her snowy fingers thread his
soft brown hair nnd linger caressingly among his curly locks. But that
, was over now. They had parted forever. She was lying where he left her,
cold, and white, and faint with dizzy
pain. He was riding swiftly toward
Aikenside, his heart beats keeping
time to the swift tread of his horse's
feet, and his mind a confused medley
of distracted thoughts, amid which
two facts stood but prominent and
clear—he had lost Maddy Clyde, and
had promised her to marry LucyAth-
erstone. - ' '
For many days after that Guy kept
his room, saying he was sick, a and.
refusing to see anyone save'Jessie and(
Mrs. Noah, the latter of whom guessed in part what had happened, and
imputing to him far more credit than
he deserved, petted ' and pitied and
cared for him until he, grew weary
of it,1 and said to her savagely: "You
needn't think me so good, for I am
not. , I wanted Maddy Clyde, and
told iher so, but she refused me'and
made me promise to marry Lucy; so
I'm going to do , that very thing—
going to England in a' few weeks, or
as soon as Maddy is better, and before the sun of this year, sets I shall
be   a  married   mnn."
Aft*>r this all Mrs. Nonh'B sympathy
was in favor of Maddy. the good lady
making more than one pilgrimage to
Honedale, where she expended all
her arguments trying to make Maddy
revoke her decision; but Maddy was
firm in what she deemed right, and
as her health began slowly to improve, and theie was no longer an
excuse for Guy to tarry, he gave out
in the neighborhood that he was at
Inst to be married, and started for
England the latter part of October,
as unhappy and unwilling a bnde-
^X>om, it may be, as ever went after
a  bride.
(To be Continued.)
SHILOH'S
Quick ease for the worst cough—quick
reiier* to the heavieit  cold—and  SAFE
to take, even for, a cnild.    f".!-.^- —
Tbat   is' Shiloh'a   Cure     ^Ur®*     '
Sold   under  a  guarantee    Coughs*
to care colds and coughs     «v   *|~,r.|4J| —
quicker   than   any   other    °^  -LjOICIS
medicine—or your money back,     34 years
of success commend Sluloh's Cure.   25c,
60c, $1. , , SIS
OIJIGKLY!
Promise   and   Performance.
"You told, me that it 1 would lend
you my "nflueuce you would have
a place all picked out 'or nie '    -
"So 1 have/'- answered' Senator
Sorghuip. "1 ha-te the very place
for you." Thc only difficulty is that
tlie man holding it at present is one
of these obstinate long-lived people
who don't seem to can. for thc* good
of their country."—Washington  Star.
THE COST OF
GOOD HEALTH
Will<* Be Lessened By the Timely
* Use of Dr. Williams'.Pink Pills.
How" much money is wasted on useless ^/nedicine...-   How much  timo  is
lost; how much pain endured simply
because you  do' not  find  tho    right
medicine to; start  with.*;    Tako    tho
earnest   advice   of    thousands     who
speak from experience in* favor of*. Dr.
Williams' Pink-,"Pills  aud*you    will
save timo,rmoi?eyi and obovc'all.V will
find perfect health.    Proof, of'this is
.found'in the statement'of Mr. J. A'.
Roberge, -a  well'known   resident, of
Lachine. .Que.(   who says:    "J .am' a
boatman,   and''consequently   exposed
tb all, conditions, of weather. 'VThis
exposure" began "to' tell 6hl my .health!
The cold led to jve'aknss, -loss of'ap-*
petite,  painp in  the limbs and  side.
I tried several 'medicines but they did
not help mo." My condition was growing  worse  and, a ,general 'breakdown
threatened.    'I -Jjlept  poorly; at  night
and los't'much,'in, weight, and began
to'fear that I, was drifting into-chronic invalidism. "One,day  while,reading" a  newspaper 1 was .attracted , by
cne sfcateinent'ofca fellow suffererTwha
had  been' cured  through   the ■ use .of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.   I had spent
much  money -without  'getting .'relief,
and-I hated,' to' spend<.moro,^.but
th'e - cure'', was   so'1 convincing   that   I
decided   to   give 'these   pills-a   trial.
I am now,more th-.n thankful, that I
did so.   After the first couple "of weeks
they began'to helji, me, and in seven
weeks   , after     I     began  , the -spills
I   was> as  well  as  ever I"' had  been.
T am now convincd that' had 'I' thed
•Dr. Williams''Pink'Pills at the "outset
I  would not  only  have   been''spared
much suffering, but would have"saved
money, as  well." r  '..-V  ■      J -
Jtich, 'red blood is' the-
of .the ailments that (afflict mankind,   te^.aroiuul their, bodies,Inside .thei
Dr.~ Williams' Pink"" Pills\" actually
make new richVblpocl. -That ds'twhy
they, cure .such, common .ailments-as
anaemia,.- indigestion,' -rheumatism,!
neuralgia? he'art* palpitation, erysipe-*
las. skin.trpubles,, and^the headaches,
rinr»lr o _~**lioc_       cij-taf./.t-.A.       _>*-.*.-]  ^ — a 1-.__,__,      'ii_'
backaches,..sideaches^arid v other ills
of ^ girlhood * 'and "W'omanh'ood.v,"v "'The
pills are sold by'all medicine dealers
WALKING  BANKS.        Vj
All   Aloxicans   Crry   Large   Sum*   of
Money on Their Person*. '
A bank to the Mexican is not to be
thought of for the handling of small
amounts. Alrtost any Mexican In professional or business life carries on his
person anywhere between $200 and
$800. Even the poor Indian In his
blanket"can more than likely produce
tiiore than many Jorelyuers.
The ordinary foreigner in Mexico,,
whether tourist or business man located here, carries perhaps $50, to $100
with him' and no more*. If a tourist,
the foreigner will deposit any money
over that amount he happens to' have
with' him In the safe of the hotel at
which he is registered; If a business
man. he will carry no moro'than that
amount on his person and will give a
,check for anything over that amount.
The Spaniard resident In Mexico is Inclined to carry much larger sums ,ttian
any other foreigner here,' and he will
often carry-sums of money aggregut-
Spg'Uearly $1,000.   '. '„ '     "     '*
The ordinary Mexican, professional
man will 'be'found"to carry .sums of'
money on his person that would surprise the ordinary traveler aud'even
cause him worry were he forced tb
carry It with hlmi yet lthe Mexican,
never even thinks of It.  , «.. ' -
It was but.'a few(days,.aBO,tbat an
lustancoof this. kind, was br6ugh.,.to
attention.  One Mexican of the.nilddl'j
class asked another In a casual'<way
if he could change a thousand dollar
bill.   Tho  other  pulled ^ out, a   wallet
from, tils Inside pocket und counted out
nearly,, $2,000. ' Tljne  after  tlraoNhl-s
has happened, and It-seems no'uncommon thing.fora Mexican of.the middle
class to'carry  between. one ,and ' two
thousandjpesos on his* person. ,„~     ,;   '
On'o   Mexican,   who   was'- being   reproved, for this apparent'carelessness
and Imprudence, replied:   ,'*     >^ AA"
•'We do.not'hav'e^any'of your American holdups,and highwaymen'In'Mex**
ico. ,v-I have known my.'friends to have
their,pockets-picked for.large amounts-
through, their'own<tcareles8uess/as to
where they/carrled-thelr n.ouby.'"but*I:?
have never hoard "of any oiieljelHghlt'
over the,bead with a hlackjack"ahd'hlS;
pockets rl fled ,ofi their,, cqhteuts.^, Tliat1'
thing Is unknownilnVMexIco.^'and so.
we' have"'no' fear" In -"chrrylng' these*'
amounts'.',".- -~'ii»"A:".'. j.^v.-* pj± „_ *,j
-vThe" check Idea seems'to have, taken'-
but small hbldias yet upon the citizens
oC„-, Mexico,' respecln!ly% when*.-small"
amounts''of less" tlmm'$1,000 are concerned. Thoy consider .It;niueh'-easier'-
to pay spot'eash than;to give ai check-'
■for amounts of $00 andT$.100,i,a"nd'they<
claim," with'"some .amount'of (roasonV
that a business deal can ho put 'through-<
with-: better, advantage'.to 'themselves*
vrhen'the cash Is In,sight, Vi'.,,%',5UW
^E\^eu"the Iadlans.-lh UieVstreet-fcarry,i
amounts of 'cash "that,"would"'neyer. be/"
su'pposecVto be In tlieir possession. They'-"
£arry_'theIr."moiiey 'lii'-lqather-bclts fas-'
SOME RfiOVERBS.
BmcIc -Action  Obtacrvutloui a*,  a  Cure
For   llu*  Ulue».       '<"
Fine feathers ue'er can make fine
birds, 'tis true; but what would become
of the peacock if he was dressedllke a
frog?
A, stitch la time to save nlue Is a
patch Just the same.+ ■ '   -  -
'   Money saved Is money made, hut you:
always have to make It first.
.Talk may be,cheap. but the telephone
companies have got mighty rich handling!..     '*'    /     A  ■ ■     °
The early bird may catc-h the worm,
but it's not exactly u square deal for
tho worm. i , "'   i   ,,
All things come to him who waits,
but.it,takes a-lot of hustllug tooflud the
right pla-s6 to wait.   -   , "      J    ■
If It, Is'True that riches have wings
it's hardly right to howl 'because"rich
people are high-fliers. ',;      ,        .   -.
If*you cou|il convince people, that the
'good die 'young ulne-tenllwof |the hu:;
man race would he'imitating the'devil
rn.au hour. "' •_- ',.- 2   ; ". ,,;.-;"' ]
A'soft answer may turn awuywirath
sometimes, but generally It is poor pre1
tectioii'to your face If tho other .fellow;
Is a g6od hltter.rVA.. E. Neal In Judge.'
KNOCKS AT YOUR
■**?.» r __i*
i*iA*i
:'- v;-i
all the heal ng, henkl..^
ties of the giant pine*. Vli ,1,(
peuuc  virtue of  the  fo...    !
contained in Virgin Oil of i-,'
It heals the lungs und bum,!, i
givefa almost instant i-.hi-f V. ,
tating cough, and will Lieali J,
in 24 hours. ,/ "**
The nct'on of yirgm'Oi! „f p
tlw-'kidneys is 0Uo .,**... £!
Jtis a perfect neutmhu,,- '
uric aed. and |irg.i.|,ijv A].i"f
matisni,. lame back, ami _.V
incuts due to <liRoi.ii'it<l Mii-!.
Jn tho,prepniati«u of Vir..V
Pine every luecoution in ^A
sure trehliuess «.jd, |.uiii,y [>
up,' for-dispensing throut-h Ax,
in' Jounce vials only ,,',,_'„ .
mirely Healed in tx if And vaA
Jlesqre to get the genuine-',,:.
?*
». "*<
.»■_».
\, j
n,-. miii, iu ««;. mc genuine-.*,,-i *■ f
of Pine eompounU puie, pi,.„„', \ 4_..*i
by Leach,Chemical Co., Cin™ ?" *; ."*?
- : ...—■—: _   ' S."..Aji
A.n Under«tudj-
."Jlav© yo'u go.t' a Job, Sara ?•/-*■' *.-.,.
."Yes, 'sail".", j'-'   % 'V A''A     ';, A A
. ''^Vhat.aro,'you"doIllg.;,' /-,,* >;,    ''     /
"l*ni'an''i-ifdiirst'tidy..8ah."F.- t '.,.■ Ar
"An * uiul-jrstu'dy/ Aim ?" "•',"'"  " " -,l
A'lTcsAfah:   My'<wiro-docs'washing
and I'm lic-r junftersludy."   V a* ■*.-< 'V k
"But'have you ■0!vver,.boeu called upoii;
to take her phH&W ..-: t-."{x jv '' tf ''-
, ."Kb", snhV <;I hdlu't pot'dat^Vacyft,'
Bali.'   '-'   '
Ai
-ronkers Stateama.
'I      ,      r   „        _*-    .At     £-7*TT—T
IK''1'"
'i >"«  .-T«_-..« of'Streiairtli. UP      i  ''*'..
.'That   hutter /s/all^Hijh't,"-' sald.'a,
M*
, ' v A' . disappointing
i' Ki.icker.r-"*' Children me
pointing. , ,
r blocker—Yes, Johnny brri;. ;
destructible .toy, and won't Li.^
drum.—-New 1'ork Sun,
I       v   -1,1     ,       I    —^—
-•• TlMiy'jWalSe'Ulie, Torpid Kim J
Machinery .'not propetl* BUIJ(..
and',left to,run jthclf, v«"rv n(mti
fnujt in'fJtB working, ffi. the.
with-tha digestive oif-mi,,,' v&
la ted .from time ,to time th.y artj"
ly'1* to'' become'; torpid  .-u.tf tlir.% i
Vegetable';' l»iila„,were maik"'.,),*|
such "cases.7 '■ Xlniy restore u, t.,.,7
the .ittgRinj-j faculties nnd \mi\» I
order all,,parts oflhe iite*'lwni*_»l
A-rather-comical joke bus jtttti
. **E
it ■,'j_ ■*•*
Wei
fi
m
'f*"i..i.v.f--.f .', w>-**.- f-V **W .- * fr* ' t« *'-„.* --.'**'him. fl .- '*FP *z? --.i. > ^. *& n*   iffttv
Gloue,'),f ,'iT\ ,.-,,-? •-. -,..'_, ■"»( .>-?" 'I--'-.--,. iJ"...r'v-':..,w  .*,,»rw^^,,**f(?«!»x    <
•    -    - -    *    -   -' •"     *■ J       ~t",~i |., 'i)]B j-jttle f-*irl- m^th^Tcfmr-Fff;:
trousers. -' These- belts 'are- hollow'7 and
are open at oiVoj end."V Into'.'•the'open'!
fend!,t_.eilnd!an sllpshls pesos 6ri;bllls<
until. ho; has Jtbe.whole" full.;l,The. belt
then* is" i,el therr ta ke'ii', ofr.-V and ?tiIddeI.,"
«■   •   4 &W   " *•  -C"          ^     i      i               ~"-i*          J  L  ,            r jf, -.a.    .,f
-. ___*_      —_      _.1._."t.!ll_.       —   .^_    > _1. _" ■•_--...      "     ■   .'    VI
away or the bllls-are'chahgedrfor. lar-
.     . ,,     -,.,     , -.,.-- ^—t ^Aher   ills   ger'denominations^J_n,'I±iStill;ircaiTicd'
of. girlhood ' and  womanhoodV- ^The Ground .jthc^dyT^^ure/In&lahriiir
> .denloi-a    _.._...__.*_,'_.\;* -i_-■,'__.._. .      - ■*-
or by mail at 50 cents a box or six
boxes - for $2.50, from 'The. Dr. ' Williams? Medicine-Co., Urockville, Ont.,
,, "WhaUsort of a table do they set'at
your boaiding-honusep" ■*' asked -the
young man (wiip was 'contemplating, \i
change. ,, ,        <
' "A table" of waits, and measures,"
replied .his friend. "The first long and
the latter short."—Chicago News.*    *
PILES CURED  IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO  OINTMENT    is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, .Blind, Bleeding  or  Protruding  Piles in    6  to  14
days or money refunded.   50c.-.
He—Let's play  we're married.
She-1-No; mamma said we weren't
to fight today—it's Sunday.
"Why is Jones taking such1 unusual
precautions against pneumonia? -"He
is not at all susceptible,to it." ._•
"Not ordinarily, but just"at*present
he is courting1" a girl from Boston."—
Baltimore American.
Mother' Graves' Worm* Exterminator
has the largest sale of any similar
preparation sold in Canada. It always
gives satisfaction by restoring health
to the little folks.      > -    -
stickler for ''pesos duros'V and prefers
them t6"any"bther""class of rmbney""ex-'-
cept gold.1.    '*- *! V, V ,    T ""'    ""'
""i   r -*-.
DON'TS  FOR   YOU.
Don't imagine you know everything.
for you don't.
Don't expect acorns to become oak
trees in a day or a year.
Don't lose faith Iu humanity because
you find an occasional "bad egg."
Don't quarrel with circumstances or
fret over what cannot be altered.
Don't laugh ovor, other people's mis?
takes.' You soon may,,be caught tripping.      . • ;'    '■  ir
Don't decide runt charity Is a great
mistake because you have sometimes
Veeu imposed udou.—Home Notes.
The -_asi<-T- Way.
"How I hated work In those days!"
said Mark Twain, recalling his boyhood In Hannibal, Mo. "One morning
my father led me Into the garden and
pointed to a bed of flowers that had ii
considerable number of weeds ln It
'"1 want you." said my father, 't»
weed oirt this flower bed.'
"I examined the task ahead of mo,
and the more I looked nt It the blgget
it seemed to grow. Certainly I had
never seeu so many weeds ln my life.
•"Wouldn't It be a' bhnpler operation,' I said-to my father, -to flower
out the weed bed?'"—Woman's -Ionic
Companion.
The   Race  as   It  Was.
"I see you are here," said the tortoise.
"Yes." replied the hare. ""Are you
going to  race?"
"No; what would be the use? Peo
pie would only say we were nature
fakirs."
And while they stood there arguing
a man came along and threw a bag
over the head of the hare and took the
tortoise along lo miil.e fashionable
hairpins out of his back.—Detroit Trlb-
vMi^svi
li A  Too^MucrVat Stake.'      ' A   , .._
Tlie question for 'discussion before
'the debating society that had met lhl
the Uttlesschoolhouse belonging to district, No. 13 wasthls: "Resolved. That
the works published under the name.,
of William Shakespeare were really
written' by Lord Bacon."
The debate „was fierce and prolonged,
but,, as, frequently happens In such
cases, the' disputants on one side bad
Informed themselves thoroughly, while'
the others, relying upon JJielr, having
the popular sldo of the ..controversy,'
depended solely on their oratory; hence
the Baconians.'having learned all that
could be said In favor of their contention,.-uiade really a very plausible
case and had decidedly much the^.better of the argument. , At_ the^close bf
the discussion' the--three "-Judges" who
had been "selected held a brief consultation and decided In favor of the neg-
atlve. s
"Why dldu you * decide against us?"
subsequently'asked oue of the disputants., .''You ,know .we presented good
arguments, while tho' other' fellows
didn't show any." '*      ,  t
"That's * all' "right.','* answered,■■'the
judge to whom- this question .was addressed, "but two of ' us had Just
bought expensive copies of 'The Works
of* William Shakespeare* .that coBt us
$15. _Do you suppose we were going
to acknowledge that Shakespeare didn't
write 'em?" '
--1 Minard's^'Liniment'Cures Qisteir«
* /Briggs-r-l' hear-you've 'b.en ,p
gating iiOVa1' street.1    '
**GHggs-^-There"twa«'' no' _*pe*
* i.'^t   _.     ■ Art .t- . __~__ 1.    . .■   .1 _ _. .1     il..
Tu;ia
about itt'I'waiia" dead sure thing;
-the start;~Life. '' >',
Stringing Beads.
Many valuable■ lleads are lost simply
because they have been strung on silk
or waxed linen threads. If you wish
to have them properly strung, then get
one of the thinnest catgut guitar
strings and fasten them on It Tbey
are safe. Indeed, If the ends are securely fastened with the necessary
gold clasps. This Is the way jewelers
itring their valuable beads.
An  Ode to Hia  WashBrwor-nan.
Even In the face of financial embarrassment thc Yale student refuses to
bo   downcast,    for" when    tho   florist
threatens suit If his bill Is not paid or
when   ln   walking   through   the   city
streets   the' student   sees   his   newest
Bhlrt  adorning  the   grlnnlug   face   of
hia  washerwoman's  young  unhopeful
It la not his nature to spill a bottle of
Ink on  a dissertation on  the subconscious relationship of poverty to vice.
.More likely he will go whistling bnck
to  the campus  and  put  to  the   tune
some such  verses as appeared In  tho
Yale I.ccord of years ago  under  the
title "Owed to My Washerwoman:"
I promise theo that som& day I will come
Jn answer to thy oft repeated clfn.
And In thy eager hands I then will lay
The dollars ten I've owed for many a day.
I will rot censure thee for rlpi and Sears,
For e'en the socks that now thy huiiband
wears.
Tea. some day In the dl.n futurity
I'll pay It all, J promise thee.
And so he will set the whole campui
laughing. If not. to pa> Ing their bllia-*"
wt n.  Ruibrett In Bohemian. V     ;
ought (oi-knpwUhi-.: ^.XojwjJhu^bttiid   Senutora>latt,.is.„suidi >2 hnv
kisse<l,'y'<""ur."cook.''i£''"•.*'. »      . „,j'l-'V **_8. tlie, art of never* buy'iit., more ii
rMretiyoodsoh^yes;^Trtpl,d''^
'do it.j^lirthat,way,tyou see, the^copk  >-*.'*J*'Une,
l-hinkft. slie as getting'ahead of nio. aiid i
so she nove'r,'thinks'0',"eavhig'."i', «.A-.
«..-.   .„--..,-i .',<.«-_,   ,«       _I,      •u    **•
s^.^-^ ,.,. A'%.,  ..„,•. -" '-*■-- ^ „'.    '   ,-"
>•-' Ji 'is^only^necessarj'-to ,r6ad thctes-
limo-i-als tct'tbet'coimnced tha't^Hbf-*
Ioway^s^Com""cu,ro*fs-t''unequalledrfo*r'
.the?,remOval'-of .corns,', waTts, ■ etc1.', Jt
.'is .a.-,'.comple,tej'exUQt'uI$her.(-r ;'j^ ;,
■AAA^.\ a '"'■; '.•';.> '*'*»■ «V::
^V^THE^NDED JiAST0RS>7^>
»"    ;    i •   ,  » .* ■ -■ v..**1,,     « ..j
A . .,'-■"-A ._,r-1 ..  , ■■4'.' .',,,'..-* -«*i -J
Methods J by Whiehf tho«. Great .JFamilyJ,*
'V ifMV-Maintaina Vlts, Millions.'-"-.",' - i,
, If, ever, the phrase;"fat oMhOiland"-'
.meant.anyt-ilug," Undoes so^In*tho case';
*ofrithe^.Astor|famlJy>;,rJaqdf'/iTljat Is"
ithe -keynoteypr^ttfla^wealtby. orgiinlza-.'
jtlon—the" Isolidest "inggregatlonV^pf^setf.'
increasing." wealth.■*.' Id ^Amerlcn^iV-Th'e,
;AstorrfmllllbHS,i'lnve*stedlln.*New'"-.york^
real*estate/; nre^absorutelyirr-Iu-actiaudi
Impregnable. .'By;^the^mo-it"lnsIdIous's
methods "of,Vleasing, subleasing/ piir-'
chasing,1' renting, (but rarely ever Im-_
.proving property thamselycsK-tlie'^As-!
tor'heirs,' ensconced' In,la plain/ stout
little two story brick building' just'on.
Madlson sqtmre, are'gradually pickings
up acre., after acre_-9f priceless laud on*
Manhattan Island.,       .--._...,.-   ....  .
,j.There ,aro    more- than   fiftyVbelts,
many ln the fourth generation,',to the
Astor millions; but upon the shoulders
of Wllliatn Vincent Astor, a lad of sixteen,   will  probably  fall   tbe,.manage-'Y
ment of-tbc-bulk of this enormous'estate.    At St  Paul's school and Eton,
England,  lie-showed  himself to be u'
good student with A bent for mechan-,
ics.    Young  Waldorf Astor Isja level*
headed man* of twenty-jseyen; who re?
cenUy..marrIcd^IrsvNairnlc^r_angliiorno"*'
Shaw, one of tho three benutlful',Lanj_>v
borne sisters of-Virginia.  VOe and. his
brpther, John Jacob, nephews of-Colo-
uerjobn Jacob' A.stoi\"nrelsons .of W1I-
-llam   Waldorf^.Aator.   the* expatriated
AmericanV"They?lYhvelnever renounced"
their American.'cltizqnshlp and should
they   return   may  divide  the  management of the estate in this country wltlii
William Vincent ! John Jacob,„s(*coml.
of tho name 'living. Is unmarried and.
lives with,,his father nt historic Cliveden, one of flic'finest estates In ^tig-
land.—New' Broadway  Magazine,.
'■" Itch,\Mange,"*Prairie, Scratch.! i
every* form _o]f. contagious itch on(
man' or .animal*".cured- in 30 mir.|
by^Wo I ford's' Sanitary Lotion.
. '.*\.,_  i     -.-   ..              -     ..
.'■-'?",'>•   'H.V     ''*■ °-',- -.
t-'i-i   ,-."*-..,..   'nfant-Prodigie*.
"rIhdIaJays1"cIal.M tin two boy** -**VH
jthc- n&.xjrt,. be tnie..^ are - fen I pV6iff
"A**^Benar4V. hntive'Tnt'Wspniicr s
ihyhen.theJchlor^ya^tjvoycDra.-jN
,;iic.:iicqulre*d _',the j'tlplinbets., of
'liingiuigcS almost "unaided nnil M
.'fifth ^.v-^ur^gpt ,H>y;tliea"rt;the wWf j
-the great, pram mil rTof I'anlnl. wp^
witli, several' .KngllshV JJauskriL "
duo and  Bengali  hooks.    By uhi
iy'ear   he* was  ablc,,io o write a"
Jiand and,-solve problems of nrltbo
.NdwMn hls-8evcrithlyear, he hnslri
■up  the "vow,, of an ^ancient Bralq
chorln »after beings Invested wlm|
stuff zoner,urn* threads'-jind blat*'
telopo*skInand Is.studying,thc TS
Tlie , other   boy,_, his  younger hro^
now about "four years^old., ls aK
read  books   In   Sanskrit,   Bengali
Hindi iwltn 'ease  and can cbmo^l
"'memory .any -passage   on - hcarln;|
ouce or twice." '    *" ,.,-       o
m
rpmi «ta.v_
tipa
§{.■£1 '-
?.*■■■*
.PsTris*.Follows New York.
-', The. parls"ppllcc_,have_,taken i\
'from thorbook of' oxporlon'co anil;
-tlce of, New^*York's police commissi
■er,* who recently dumped a few ti|^I)!Je^
*and*confl8cated-, murderous   wes^Sluagi
Into the bay, to preventtbeir rcsa''fe|4i?4^
•dangerous, icha'ractcrs.i, Owing  to SiiySKr
'increase,of outruges by tbo Paris ■?«SI
4Igans it was declde.l (by^ the'.awS^^j
•ties to destroy.all wcapoW'beio-J^^"
to "les apaches,"-as■ these" ru_Baii.|
'.called,   which   fall 'into Hhelr   bt!
•Previous  to  this  decision  all  tli.|
vol vers,, "^nlvps   and   knuckle   diiif
wore .'resold at auction, as was fori
Iy. tho case In New" York.   Now, il
ever, they are brokeu pp and su.|
scrap Iron. .,   '
.fie
K.dJaorga
?Po|ydii
SHIRTS isg®*
K-o stifl-bosomed shirt, no matter how-
well it Cts, can ever g v, tlie same comfort
that a' soft bosom does
Wilh a Neglige, or Soft-bosom Shirt,
there is no binding across the chrst—
nothing stiff or. uncomfortable to iu-iied'
your movements. . ,
Tooke Neglige Shirts can be had either __■ -
with plain or pleated bosoms in a big vaneiy |ffljae_j_Sia_a
of exclusive designs.
They are made either with or without
attached cuffs.
Shirts having attachedcuffs are the most
popular and most convenient.
TOOKE BROTHERS.' LIMITED     -"' MONTREAL
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W,    N.
No.   678.
"' Wooden Almanacs.'
An'antiquary in Chicago took a curiously engraved block of wood,from a
■case.,     A ■
"Here Is an original almanac, a Saxon one," ho said. "The engraved figures on It all concern the moon. They
forecast the new moons and full, moons
and lunar changes for the year; hence,
being devoted to lunar matters, the
Saxon block1 was called an 'al-mon-
heed,' -or 'observation of all the moons.'
"From al-tnon-heed our wordj almanac comes." '■
KEEPS OUT COLD
EDDYS
SHEATHING
IS ONCE MORE ON THE .MARKET .AFTER A LAPSE OF A F£»{
MONTHS, and your wholesaler is En a position to supply yo"1" "1
quirements   in  what   Is  acknowledged  to be     '.
THE   BEST   BUILDJNG   PAPER
TEES & PERSSE UiilTED, Agents,
CALGARY WINNIPEG EDMONTON
"Always—Everywher.  in Canada—Use   Eddy's   Matches.".
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CARRIES  NQ  ODOR THE LEADER. -MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  (o'*-t W. .���t'<v"s*?s  1 of i''ne.,;, '  ^-i!;*.^  n. ip,  bi-m-.-l.jal!,     3jn.rf.-i���!,-  "lii-i to tb'   .^1^05  ''onofpin ^ ;fer  ����"l li-urf .>>''*'  h/ing flge!1 ,     _    -*^^  .-Col  '.V  ri'lltV-;.  ��'d   c.th.(  ed Kidn.ji  jf Viri'iu'j  i*> taken  uity-  it i  ougli <Jr_j  iMC'll \,  "put obtaining any,apparent  ** $ we', were grtW'ing worse.  e of Coltsfoote Expectorant  ruggist and 'inside of two  cpy'gb was stopped,,���and the  ijjpermanerit and" rapid that'  &to keep  it in,our home  imptr -      - ���      ,    ' 'A, >��� '  WfflmgL        ROBERT PALES.-  MSmiShl 'Ottawa.   -> .   ' '   ' ��� "  ��� tsfcfdYellixpectorant is,recognized  V U.iW&wrayer as the  best prescrip-  -..; twiW%n��Amr by the medical profes-  Moiif5*3fN?fi^s;. Colds. Cronji, -_Bron-  \.J  id '.*��% ,- .'^.iiyl-Tfaddi-Sfi'to "Dr." TVA1.  iine~V'.-? ��� M.ugMU-^H^to/ Sold by  2, pit'i-a..   t   v--t:��datetUru^fflfits*-'at!25c.  '  Slocum,  all up-to  ., Oiuciiii.  Y 'broke  AOIl't  bi  &I-.JoIpl��lg,o��'. '  .Sift- if*  pSy./*?*       "   '  r  '' '    ' ��   -..  Rifuilf'the sort, o'  bridge she  across."��� PJila-  ))i<i Km*  ���1> mil1  ���vry _o>;r  ft i. tii  p-niV 1  e Uiyy ��   |  .'l��-W tin -*  ���a f.   I'lit^J  ma-Ji"'.i),;J  Wf��> tf; tlifj  II lid   linnf ;  iiici'lianifjtf  ���j bus" rmS  1 Stoi-fi Seisfx  1      ��    i  ,     ,   i    I  hist vip.. If ij  otel. allow.j|  .estoin itfll  3 prcscn!fS|  ���J"-.?'.  jT^nur**-'r;  ,vithI;f,the  'JS-fenntot,  nj' dear ci.  to2,l_ay.  ''iigfinbtsi  3.','���NW IJ  *'    -1,1.  ires Distend           I-   A J  e ' hoen fpj  io' speculi'i  lure thinji'a  Scratchm  us itch oM  in 30 mir.|  Lotion.  ,.    T_  o'llAy*? -Ji-1*;  fen I frtS  ivspniier  O'y^ors.*!  ���els., of  cd aiiil &*.  ;the ��*��?_.}  "nihil, top  Sanskrit:  ���' By u!i i  ���vrltc a  , of nrltbo  *, ho bast  lent JSrsW  sted wliDj  jind tJlacM  lug,thc Va  iugcr ii^'m  >Id.,ls al'-gj  Bengal1 ���  an cbmo^j  in ' hcarte'l  '_.��     ���"���tl  ent medicines "have come,'  Ul Bickle's Anti-Connump-  fcont.inuoa.jto'rt"occupy "a  loco 'among *' remedies' for.  [vcolds, 'and aSjU^prGven-  y of the* lungs, A" It -is -a  ediftine -,that widens its'  jusofuljiciis year, by year/  i?in need of 'something to  'ft of ,a cough ,or cold, you  'better^thftH.'-'try ���* Bickle's  sgay  .,._,.���.,  .*�����*  fey nay,"that'at man becomes'  Ewith which h% *'coiitinua'1y  ,*.  ,Ar  foils  ulous ideal.   'I've, been a  my life and,cari-'t*swim  ���^���London^Opinion, . '''/ -  gURffA'.COL'D' IN,ONE DAYA-i,  " lpeATIV.E-BROI\rO'  Quinine'  "3?ruggi3ts T^fuiid \pioney. jiff  |cur'e.   I'j.' W." Grove's signa-  "jRacht box.,..25c''V ,'*'>>*  ' a  iaoos  )EAE  ADVICE' TO -WOMEN.  How Ono May.*, Grow Old Attractively  , and Graoefully. ���  GroW-rg^o'd is not a' condition to he  dreaded. Youth,ls delightful and full  of zest, but that,ls no reason why Its  loss should.be 'bemoaned.' A "woman  I who  wishes  may' gain, attractiveness  ���with each year she lives and at^tldrty  be-far prettier, more delightful and'en-  -.ertalnLug'than'at'twenty.  This ls the  ���working of the eternal law of averages  that-never fails if one wjll only put'It  Into' operation. .Only one must understand, the situation, and the' law, and'  abide,by ,it accordingly, remembering  tha'titiiere is no gahi_without'loss and  thatto_achIeve, one must work.  >" To grow old gracefully Is'an'art, and  lo step into middle age successfully is-  ii triumph.'It is women-whodothis oft't  whom on,e hears,oUiers say she is "better looking than when "she was a girl'!"  or,"is"ever'so1 mtich'-nlcer thanvwhen"  f,he',,wasF young." ' Every woman may  .l>e,,,' this^ by,' fdeyeloplng. -- a ttractions  'wblch';ajglrl'can"hever:huve."     ',   ,'7  Thc original mistake that ma'ny -wc>-  men make as they feci their youth going fe to fall to bring out ther:ncxt Bet  of attractions. Mere youth Is pleasing,  and Ijcca'use. of it much^is overlooked,  condoned or Ignored. "She Is a pretty  girl,;,' -some one,says' andrforgives tho  evidences, of'bad temper." '   *  But they, will'admire more a woman-  of-iniddle age^who has learned to con-,  trol1 her'temper and to show sweetness  arid" self ^control, when .'youth   would  Uy into a rage.'',:.',.    "' ,'  ' A middle aged woman who has learned "from1 llfe"as,'sh,cni'as*go-ioj'on' is'fla'-'  llnitcly  more  attractive, than   a   girl.  The "farmer'bus 'gained "sweotnesB-'aiid ���*.  Ktreiigth' In^trlali    She is'Jrapre ',euter-,"  talningVhas  more"* tact,1 'rborc^knowl-;'  .edge\>f how to ,please. *'.When "a girl*  pleases'itls'simpl.vla th'e fact that she  Is a' glrh. But with*'this same power. In"  an* Older, woman 'there-is" knowledge.  Iicforewhlch a.glrl fades into oblivion.,;  The'-'adventuressr-lU''a play Is never a'  girl... She;-Is t always  ar woman ..past  thirty" years *of 'age.    She^must,have  age^to'bedever^'but the mental ability '"which a woman of that'type turns,  to- bad imrposes .niay, ln  one- whorls  honest ,uud'well' bred,be used,fort'the  .best'ends.v* ''"'A^ ' ' ^ A A A*- "  I'-or-'.one "'thlng^. she" makes, .herself  helpful and.particular. 'A certain'carelessness'in' "dressing that In "a girl may  l-e'picttiresqueness'In *a middle aged  woniain ;ls slovenliness, and one wbo  wishes, to look and be her best will, not  'give, way toj lt( ,It is a 'mistake''to '  think that because one's hair is turning gray how it ls done up doesn't matter.. -It/matters,a great deal, and es-.  (K*c-a],palns,musVbc- taken -to^'arrange.  It 'well and. becomingly.'r,To''try to^  wear 'the same sty'le frock as .youth "  ���.does-Vis   ridiculous,   and   unbecbmlng.  Gowns-suited'to'* the middle a^ed'fig-  I  Stag  _Mng  a-dog;hang.'its' tongue  .inbutlj?" asked,the^teachar.  ty  boy,"* said   ^the.r visitor>  School   Board ' to'"a* bright-  "d .who held  up his 'hand,  light of genius was^in Jiis  '-',   -"V-V"   j   '   *' *': " "   'Ii  Sr'sir,". cried,the "pupil, ' it's.  se���his tail.   :'\    , .'     --V.,  j^tca'cher, groaned in anguish.'  Magazine.   ',.    ,,','.'    *'.  CANNOT, BE^URED   I  ffipplicatiohs as; tliey cannot,  ^diseased portion,of'the ear.'  nly ,one way "to curevdeaf-  '"that '"is", by '.^constitutional  ^^Deaf ness "'is"' caused hy - on  Condition-of rthe* mucous'lin-]     S&Eustach'ian '-Tube. - 'Wheh'-I (jre'wlirnot!make''6nellook older..,They  *_���-.(. .i .._.. ...... -. -..-..,    slnfo]y i,lirtnonlze and do' not'by. ex..  tremej;contrast,*><*alK- attention' to -the***  fact tliat'a woman,is not a'girir''L,Ittl<  airs; and graces,of, pianner.;"that' were-  p'retty'ih the girl arefelephantiucr I-i th���,  woman.i-"Tnstead of, these there'.should;:,  be'a swcet.dlgnity'or mariner;that*wllK  islinflarned you have a rum-  ""fjp'r imperfect.hearing, and  ntiroly -closed. Deafness,  -'and, unless,the inflam-'  3 taken 'out and/this 'tube  %��� its : normal J-.condition,  ��11 * be'**'destroyed -;) forever;  p-but'^of * ten are �� caused by,,  vliiclv'is'; nothing but ah in-'  pndition 'of- the' mucous**eur-  igivo One Hundred Dollars  base ��� of Deafness (caused* by  |ihat cannot be cured- "by  Khrrh. Cure.  "Send' for circu-  p^]^Nl<;Y^-&','CC).,-Toled6, 0.'  mWm,Druggists, 75c, *   ;,     ,  Ca��Hall'8v Family .PillsMor  con-  ppa  JV.^ *_  S'1-ti.l  "BORN  SOLDIER:  Dashing  ieneral .' Stuart,''  the  Cavalry,,Leader. "      't.y       .   ,  R_enisrar*.L EC B' Stuart of tin*  "(grate cavalry   was "a soldier  by  jfDashing "and ^during, jtool.lji  Jbf dii'oger. ho was one of. tho  picturestiiic. figures 'of  tho  jjjajSr.- II. "n.-Mi-C'lellari quotes In'  ^Ifg'aScnCampalgus of .Major (leheral  "iT*��aag^ul, (;C,,���M.���| Kits-Hugh  Lee's,  "o,.of the future .cavalry lead-  Be'wu'ii still at West Point: "  tbo Pfl*"'* ^fSBSSiP1   b.s,.dls.ii-X'ilsbjng1c_iarttc-_  ?  tbe'n-i*M^^P^^L'I<;'1) wcre ^trll"t aft<>ntl<)n to  oWbcloi^^J^^duty; erect, soldl.'i-.'y bearing:.  AA^A^Jo and "almost^thankfu! .accept-.  "^^^^l challenge ,to tight froui any  JcP'^^^o might feel .himself4hi any  J*#rerIeved_,aud^;.aV"cIear," ringing  v York,  ^taken s  iu'co anil f  o comuiiss"'  rt'a few  rous, weappt-^^  their rcsa''.M?4!  Dwlug to^i,  ic'rufflan  nhelr   li;  n  all  tlie!  ucklo   tliiii  s was foi  :.   Now  ���) and su'*3  Ittfa'S-f-was' a most cheerful soldier  KSm^ear"   voice  or  his   was  orten  ,his favorite war son;  Sl^J��u,want to have^a good time,  ���  %(njjjjtho cavalry.  courageous   attitude   was, held  ���r how  omfurt  Shirt.  ���hf��t-  ini>e*ie,  cither  .unelj  |u^lStfi^,very end.   He was wounded  |b1^|pistol on  the battlelleld.   As he  V^oelng;carried a'wny he noticed the  pFdlaoreaqlzed   ranks "bf  his   retreating  w-menWmm  Sv^CpS^-l" he culled out "Go hock'  VyDolyour1Uh.y as I have done lutue!  SaG&^baql.f-'d rather aie thnn bo whip  ^libseilwere  his  lust   words  on  tho  JSeSSjfi.!^...^    lMter |,0 sum, Wlth the  God's will  ���>  sperate  fr#  -ia  g>us coughs. Extremely  ijcoughs".   Coughs thit  Kra tear the throat and  i|s|p|pou��h-r that shake the  SOPdy-   You need a reeu'  ifdicine, a doctor's medi-  '^^such.a cough.   Ask  jdoctor  about Ayer's;  Wfeectoral.'*' -. :i>-:'"S  JW W�� ,publl��li our forzuulM  m  wrs  W* b��nl��h alcohol  from our xuadlolnoa I  W�� art* you to I  _.',.. consult your  doctor'  tit!  lor-will tell you thara medi-  ,Jr3gr��^8 Cherry Pectoral cannot  .j*j**.<Mgimbrk if, the bowels are cori-  wtdrapLSktyou'r doctor if he knows  ~?ilt��l^^Mf, than Ayer'sPills for cor-  tM^Mfsgishness of the liver.  >jvuii: a. Ar��r oo.. itawtu. k������.->  "charm*all."-f    ,. '*;'"J'"' -"-*r rif<+-*' -*''1   "  V-,There-Is absolutely no need to dread  advancing, years if bnTy one wlll"*ad-'  vance with,',them in dress^ habits and,  Customs.'?'*One's   friends'* are" getting'  along also, and all keep' on together.  1  But every" one, and especially a worn'-",  an, should grow old ..attractively aud.  not carelessly.  ^.To be too .particular-  about .the^ucatness and, detail of one's'-  clothes,'"that'-'*they  shall   be"perfectly,  put.together and becoming, is hnpossl-'  bleV  Too many womeu sare careless  about  thi-i,  and  It' makes  them   look  .horrid.    On tlie otlicrv.hand, there is.  nothing "prettier In-the world than a"  Bwcct and dainty old lady,, and, If her  character and mind, are sweet as well'  she has more friends and deeper adm!-,  -ratiou than ever fall to the lot.of a girl.,  .;      TARPON   TACTICS.  Wonderful Feats, Flights and Leaps Of  uthe Silver Kine-  In'thfe bjg pass'tarpon, can best be  caught from ,oearr the bottom of tbe  channel and should be flshed for with  'fifty feet of'"line and u heavy sinker.  In'-'shallow *" water thp XarP��n  leaP9  high  in.air tlie  Instant  lie feels  the  hook,- but in,'the pass he often"fights  for agminate'or'two" before coming to  the surface. iMore 'tbiiu* once when  I  had come to'jfear that my tarpon was  a shark) he has suddenly sljot abort-  the surface Bke a builet from a gun  and in' the first wild shake of his' bead-  thrown-hook and bait fifty feet In the  air, a ndr one. even , sent a  four ounce  leaden sinker flying over my head from  nearly twice that dfetaiice. 'Other tarpon   when   struck   came   straight   up  from the bottom', one. grassing oilr gunwale as he rose innd .another leaping  over the stern of the canoe.    As soon  as a tarpon was,tired enough to lefus  pull^the'canoe be.sido him we removed  the hook from his mouth apd lef bim  ,sw--ii'u'ou-e to his family.- It happened  once that a tarpon was less?tired thau  we had assumed. On that occasion we  swam home, and lie had'a good man  story to tell his friends.     '.    ,   ,     ,-  It had,been counted a poor year for  tarpon." ypt ln'fifteen consecutive days  of'fishing we/were fnst to forty-four  tarpon._eiicb of. which had jumped for  lis-from one   tb  twelve  times.    This  high'.wnlcr.mark of-twelve Jumps .was  made by n  tar'poii   which," was stimulated (0 Ids la U'l--efforts by* the pros-*  enco , of, a   pursuing   shark," and   the*  twelfth  jump .was,, a  double  number;  There was commotion Id tfie crimsoned  water, new vigor "At" the other:end'of  my line, and it "was an* hou'r"Inter wheu  I finally lauded ou a -sand bar a shark  ���with an nldcrniaiik*, stomach K A knife  drawn ^across this distended organ disclosed, the tarpon .In s-ictlohs. with, the'  hook still'fast In his Jaw/and, enabled  ,the ,camera" man,',to^ photograph   together >the-* enbjects   he;'had ���- recently  pliotograplicd ,''sopamtely*.^.'',Although  this'shark- wasibnly one-fifth the,-size  of our big, hammerhead, yet he^ made  .but'itw'o'bltes'ofJilsu-iVthn^   -A.   .1.  {. Our work at Bocat0r��tide ended with  lthe>re-l,letti��r"da.v 6r the/season^o'r all  seasons.,,.1; was fishing In,the paW with  fifty' feet "of .linct niiti^ihe' bait was^dl-"  'rec.tly under, the-enhoe^when" a  turpou  struck',fiercely, quickly.carried away a"  'hundred   more1 feet of  line ,and  then  swa'm'so swlftly^toward usthnt I fear-  'ed from the loosened'line'that he'had  escap'ed.-' -, .Then. ��� fifty '.feet from *the canoe, there shot Into'the'alr a giant tar--  !pon,','nieasurIng, as'we learned ,afterward, an even seven feet.   Up. up.;up,  be,rose/until the^cauieVn seemed to be  pointed\at,)the zeiiith.'<ahd b"ef6re,;the  rattled cariie'ra .man, could get his aim  the- sllv.er' king"*bad''tnrned gracefully  in the air-arid .was'pluuslug downward.  "{The captain swears that lie saw. swlug-  ,'lhg"'clear'"bf the water."the ribbon which'  .niaiked twenty-five, feet on the lhie"as  [it hung plumb',ddwn froui'tlie tarpon. '*  .."Once I' gave my own-estimate,bf the  .���height." of;, the,* jump,  to   a  group .of  r, friends" and j after* a.; glance  at  their  'grieved expressions,appealed tq,theone  'of-��mosf-experiencef on,'tbe 'coast and  ..wltli'Mhe Itnrrron. '���* After^a single/mo-  'iiient'of hesjtutibu fie "remarked firmly:  V",We.fishe*rmcn  uiust'rStand together.  I believe the story.','���A.  \V. .Dlmockin  ,'Appleton's. ���   -'       "'  -. * -    i  ' e.    ���   '"*  Better  Butter, copies  rwhen  r Wihdsor  Dairy  ':    Salt  i is used.    It's so pure  it and   well - savoured.  At aU grocers'.  165  A V '        *, He   Livesl  ,P. C. XIJ".-���-Name 'o' William Bloggs  -"ere? '  Somewhat Battered Lady���Yus.���  P.C'XII.���Di:d 's mornin' 'orspHal',  results o' ace'dent;. i.i 'e yer 'u&band,  mini?*     _ ,  'Somewhat' Battered Lady���No; wuss  luck, fe a-n't.���Then sketch.  "To Clean,,Fait'Hats.  Felt bato of Hgbt*coIor may be cleaned wltb black.magnesia, fuller's earth,  or laundry starch. Always' remember  to rub.and^brush.wtth.the napl _,    .- ,  Dust br tiiigcr marks may be removed fr-oni light colored woolen goods by  rubbing with the nap with bread.  ' If. the marks are ,obstinate, sprinkle  a little salt on them) then rub witb the  bread.- * . .' *   *  1 Liices may be dyed'to match material of any color by using a reliable  dye* aud following carefully* the directions supplied with It.  Feathers may be freshened by shaking them over the tire,'.on which a little salt has been thrown. Thlsjluffs  them out aud makes the ends curl under. If more curl Is desired, the flla-  meiits should be drawn over a dull  knife blade. , ,    ,  Feathers may also lie washed or  dyed by the exercise of a little care  und patience.  Velvet that Is wrinkled or crushed  may be restored by'steaming or may  ha made into '-mirrored" velvet by  Ironing with'a moderately warm Iron  on the right side iitjd In the direction  ��l* the pile or imp.  Silks and ribbons should be steamed  -ind stretched between the hands.  The Popular  Hostess.  Makes you feel individually that you  ire the favored guest.  Malices you feel peifeclly at home.  She sees everything and yet possesses  the art of seeing nothing.  She never looks boi-e.l.  She knows how to got congenial peo-  'ple together.  She knows how to keep conversation  nlv-ays going!  She never lets any one be slighted or  overlooked.  She know* when" to ask the amateur ���  musician to display his or her best talents.  She Is perfectly unselfish about her  �����u gowns.  ' Advice.,  'IWhat-would. you do." asked the excited politician, "if. a. paper should can  you a liar and a thief?"  - "Well " said the lawyer, "If I wero  you I'd toss up a cent to see whether  I'd reform or lick'the editor."'  When "Drammers" Come, Easy.5  At ithcj'Players'- club In New York  one evening there was a guest from  out of town, a playwright well known  for his extraordinary facility In turning out' the alleged ������drummers" that  do the' "teu-twenty-thirt" circuits. It  Is no uncommon thing for this producer to grind out five or sis of his  plays annually. , ������  Some one Innocently asked the playwright if It was rather difficUilt to fiud  new Ideas for his plays. "    ,  "I-eally I don't know." was the frank  answer of *the man who has made  thousands of dollars from his -'drammers."  ,",'!  have never tried It."   ..  *-      Our Cemetery i In  Mexico.  "Though very'few people are aware  of the fact,'.*,said an army officer the  other, day, "the United States government owns and maintains a national*  cbmeteiy In Mexico. It is located at  San Cosnie.1 near the City of' Mexico,  and was'purchased and established in  the. year ISoO for the purpose of interring the remains bf"the' sbldiers"6r  thef Uulted States who-dled or were  killed In'that vicinity durlng-the war  with .Mexico, and also for the purpose  of-lbterring* the bodies of citizens of  the Dulted States who have died In  that ,vicinity since that pel-iod. Tlie  existence of this cemetery was ford ,  bly recalled to the minds of the officers  of the war department recently by the  receipt of a requisition from the superintendent amounting to S10 for th*1  payment .to the government, of Mexico  for expenses Incurred iu connecting the  cemetery With the sewer system of tbe  city."���Washington Star.  T  Delightful  Japanese   Hotels,  nnrrin-r   the   bath   und   perhaps   the  iicds.   .J.-'p-uii"*.'  hotels  are  delightful  VII during ..our stay In their spotlesa  'irt'i-iiii-ts vim are Hindi* to fool that you  nre an   honored  guest,    .lapanose  etl-  ���nette is lavished upon you. and when  you depart you arc* always given n  -Token lo 'remember your visit, usually  i white, course cotton towel with blue  .ilctui-e*-. printed on it. Von must thank  the little maid  lor this with an ftlab-  irate bow when you j.'0. and the  chorus of "Siiyn Narns" from all thc  hotel force gathered In the doorway  will sod) to have in it not only the regret of good by as ne Interpret the  words, but the deeper feeling which  they really moan. -If It mti-st be thut  we must part."-Ti'!ivel Magazine.  Never Touched Him.  'Doesn't begging make you  aslmm  ed?" , j  "Sure.   If you knew how stingy soma  men  wero you would be ashrimed of (  being human."- Philadelphia Ledger.  An Antique Die.  While ancient coins nnd medals are  numerous, the only genuine .antique  die known seemslto be that foiiud at  Tel el Athrib. Kgy.pt. in 1004. Professor G. Zenghells reports that .this  Is of bronze, two and' a half Inches ;  high and six ounces iu. weight, dates  from 430 to 322 B. O.. aud the base Is  engraved with the owl of the Athenian  tctrndnieumn pieces. The alloy seems  to have consisted of about 75 per" cent  of copper and 25 of tin. The die Is  evidence of -great''metallurgical; skill.-.  tlie. unusual.'proportion of tin being  necessary for'hardness, while the ex:  trerae .-purity of the two metals gav"  the uecessar.v malleability.  . ' ';  -Suffer No Wore.���There nre, thoup-  ands who live rnigernbleilives because  dyspepsia 'dulls the faculties and sha-  'dows existence with the cloud of depression." One way to dihpel the ihi-  por3 that beset' the victims of this  disorder, is,to order them a*-course Of  Parmelee,'s'"Vegetable Pills; which-arc  among! the, best*vegetable-pills known,  being 'easy to take and. are' most efficacious in" their action. - A  trial    of  them will, prove /this.*.    - < ,. . '. V *-,  ��� , . 'i   i -'   '-      ���   .     i     ,   -- '  *-'     -,     *   h     V i ,   ,  f *  "D  Quiz���Didr'you  get home-before  the 'storm broke last night?    .     ,  r   De JPiz���Of course; the storm never  breaks at my ;house until^ I; get home.  ���Pi tL*,burg, Leader.     ,���!.'**,'  BABY'S WELFARE    '  V; , vMOTffER-S CHIEF CARE  The'one'chief-desire of the mother  is that her little ones sha'l be health v.'. bright.'arid good natured. I.very  mother can keep* her children in this  condition ifrshe will*, give them an oc-^  'casionaUdosVof Baby's Own Tablets?  These Tablets cure' colic, indigestion,  constipation, diarrhoea,'teething troubles and the'���other little'ills of child-.,  hood. Mrs.~E. Le Brun, Carillon, Que.,-  says:���"Baby's . Own Tablets- have  been of great value to my baby. I  have 'used1 tliem to regulate her stomach, and bowels, and for teething and  always"withrthe,best of results.',' Sold  bv'^all 'medicine dealers * or b'y m'ail  at^c-a-box'from The.Dr. Williams'  Medicine 'Co., Brockville,. Ont.^ ,   ^-t  "���' : Vr,    ,   '   -  *   Benevolent   Old ��� Gentlehian-^-Don't  you .find a sailor's life a very'danger-  6us-'one?ri ".'..-*   ,\    .',,'.  '  Old'Salt��� Oh,,ves, sir.,  But, fortunately, -it ain't often *we gits into, port.  ���Punch.      i      -   ��� , "  J       *J}*" r-, ��� I .        - ij A  M'n/rd's'-L'iniment cures Colds, &.c.  r       -1,, ���r r."-��� ���. * \_J  -'*  First -Actor���I understaifd'tKe aud-  ience'last night was'very'cold.,' ">.' ,,  -���> Second Aetof-^-Xhhy were* 'at  -first  but when they^began���to,recpllect that  thev had ipaicbgood .money to ,see the  show thev goVhot.���Illustrated Bits.   -  ' The publisher of the.,best Farmer's  paper in the Maritime'Provinces in  writing to us states:  "I. would say, that I do not know of  a medicine that has stood the test of  lime: Hke-MINAWS LINIMENT. ������ It  has-been an unfailing remedy in our  household ever since I -can remember,  and has outlived dozens,of would-be  competitors and iipitators."  SliRThllr Ta-iRle.l.  The Cow Moose 'fl.etulantly)���Why  were you so long coming, dear? Didn't  you hear my call?  The Hull Moose���My darling,.' I'd  know your sweet4 voice among a thousand, but���cr���you know those pesky  hunters piit up some mighty close Imitations nowadays.���Puck.  Acquired Talent.  "Ma." said.thc small son of a pugilist  "pa isn't a natural born fighter, is he?"  "Of course he is." replied the mother.  "Why do you thiuk he isn't?"  "Oh." replied .the young hopeful, "1  heard-Mr. Neighbors-say he acquired  the knack since ho married you!"���  Boston Transcript.  . Serious   For  the   Middies.  The question of graduating expense?  iias become an increasingly seriotis one  to midshipmen at Annapolis. ,ln a letter to a Irlond one of tho members of  the class of 'SO. which Is soon to be  graduated, writes- "I had no Idea that  graduating was so expensive. I have  just ordered my necessary outfit It  r-ost ? 1.000. and there are still incidental expenses to he met In connection with my graduation which will  amount to several hundred more.  Many of my filacsmntes tell me that  their bills are oven heavier, and I think  only a few of thc members of the class  ha-,c been able to save much from  their salaries to anticipate these bills.  We nre all wondering how woiiiire going to meet them " Under the regulations of tho Xnvnl academy the paymaster reserves S7 from the salary of  each midshipman each month in order  that he may have "an amount available" to meet his graduation expenses.  This provides, however, only a littlo  over $300 at the end of the four year  course.���New York Tribune.  PITFALLS  OF ENGLISH.  Our Puzzling Language and Ita Word��  of More Than One  Meaning.  Of all modem languages English is  undoubtedly the most difficult to acquire.     In   addition' to   tho  ordinary-  pitfalls of forms and Idioms tbat entrap the foreigner struggling for mastery of a' etrarfge tongue, there Is one  so peculiar to ours that nothing even,  remotely similar presents Itself In any  other   language,   whether   ancient   or  modern. ,        , , (  This. is   the paradoxical   word,   the  word which-has t*Vo meanings diametrically  opposed  to each  other. ' It  la  not enough that  with all the wealth  of words borrowed  from' half a score  of other languages, we must impose a  double and often a, multiple burden oo'  some. poor   little   monosyllabic ' word  like i'get" for Instance, whose mean-,  hags are legion.    Our language  must'  peeds .confound   the   student  at   the  gates with  the  paradox. , To give a'  few eramplea:    , '  The, word '/let" means to "allow"  or "permit" 0 and likewise to "pre-,  vent," "hinder" or "refuse," meanings  diametrically' opposite. "I will let you  do It" In the former sense Is hardly  more common in use than the phrase  "without let br" hindrance," and  Shakespeare has Jt "By heaven, I'll  make a ghost of him that lets (pre-1,  veuts) me!"  , "Cleave" means to split" asunder as  well as to "adhere" or1,"bind" closely.  Scott makes 'M arm Ion threaten to  "cleave the Douglas' < head.'/ while  holy writ enjoins upon the husband to  "cleave unto his, wife."   ' / '   . ��� '  Another example   Is   "lurid,"   which  means.both a*,"dull  red"  and also a  "pale green"'hue,.tints that ahrexact-  ly opposeel In'the scale of color.  While-  the former Is the'more "common 'rnean-  'Ing, the latter, Is more'scholarly correct,^ as "tbe ������ word ,1s derived throughT  "the  Latin,from' the-Greek  adjective  meaning "greenish" bued." '    ,' ,   *  1 Again," we"'have '"fast"     A , horse  .that Is "fast" ,may be In rapid motion  ior standing tied stock still. In either  sense, whether'of tnotlonor Immobility, the word'emphasizes the Idea.-''  ���.' Examples 'of. this bewildering, pitfall ,of our tongue might be multiplied  .indefinitely. .It < may .be !said of'the  English'speaking world as it was -said  ,of the old Romans���that 'their supremacy 4 is due to the fact' that they do  riot bave to learn their own language.  DON'T YOU KNOW  ���-.B-.'B-MMH-l.lfl'lHlfH.-llllll lllllll Willi IIIW ll'llll" WimiPfli*nTi��"ir1i__g__a  THAT COFFEE DRINKING   IS DECIDEDLY IN.  JURIOUS TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, WHILE  it  ,   TEA  IS REFRESHING AND HEALTHFUL ?  LEAD PACKETS'ONLY B,Z^L^beTLL%1 Si' AT ALL GROCERS  ��� ��� YEAST  IS'- AJ PLANT.',     '  But Jt, Can !Be   Seen   as   Such , Only  1       ../With the Microscope. '  . 'Yeasttis a small plant'which;',cab be.  seen 'onijf, with, ,the' aid of- the microscope,, says 'Good Health. . There are.  two Varieties, wild .arid cultivated, for  these-*tiuy ; plants " can |, bey" Improved  through cultivation, "as larger plants  bah be. . V'.., '' ,.-���. / '  i Firms1 which, ^make ,yeast ,,for tha  market must grow these plants quite  as "carefully i as the florist- grows bis  flowersVCare must be.taken that they  ido. not become mixed with other varieties, therefore destroying the culture. -���  - In'"some laboratories' where yeast ,Is  -grown two "separate'buildings are kept  for this purpose. These are both carefully* dis_nfec.ed,v and If it .is found  that the yeast becomes contaminated  -in one building the culture is started  anew and the other building previously  disinfected before moving Into It  , This plant, like bacteria", requires  'warmth, moisture and food. The materials out of'which the bread is made  should always be warmed," and the  dough should always be kept In a  warm place. Tho temperature most  favorable is about that;of the body, a  little less thaii 100 degrees.  There Is always considerable moisture in bread" and plenty of food for  the plant- The food which it requires  is sugar. This it obtains from the  wheat, there being some sugar ln the  flour, and more sugar ts also formed  from the starch.  As the yeast plants feed upon sugar  they break it , down into two substances, alcohol-and .a gas known as  carbon dioxide or carbonic acid gas.  As the gas is formed It Is held by the  gluten, which Is a 'very elastic substance. When the bread is put Into the  oven the heat expands, the tiny bubbles of gas, causing tbe bread to rise  or to become much lighter. The alcohol rormed, being a volatile product,  passes off into the baking..  i ('Japan's Small Trumps.  While we flght with the full(strength  and value of 'the latesj a-.-eoutermenb.  of war. the Makaki fight with n completeness of information and skill, personal sacrifice and a, smile as Imperturbable and'unreadable as that of his  own** Dul-butsu . at Kamakura,- writes  Eugeuo Francis In Army and Navy  Life. Tbe Makaki soldier ifi not wasteful of anything, uot even* of his courage. Ills, valor Is splendid���and discreet. He' docs not, "bare his, breast"  to the enemy's shrapnel when nothing  is to'!>e gained by It. ftather he gets  under, cover, thereby preserving bis  life and servlccsfor his emperor. And  Jn j*��st such n moment of enforced,. Inaction you would find lilm intently  studying Ihe enemy's game. Just-so 1.  bis .Imperial bead-studying today the  gigantic* chances "of a game wilh us  and In" the scheming diplomatic way of  Japan is playing out small trumps'to  locate the position of "the" bowers.  *; WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE ,,'  EVbm October to May, Colds are tlie  most frequent causes- of Headache.  LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes cause.   E. W. Grove on box 25c.  i   , -- z .*    *  i.        - *i'  Dyer���What, do you call your machine, ah' automobile or a motor car?  '   'Hart'ey��� I,'call it e'ther ,when  it  runs.    When it doesn't I call'it other  things.-r-Somerville Journal.      ���*  4 *      ' '__ " ,   I  Minard's, Liniment cures  Garget  in  COW!,.    ,    ,      v ii - ,      '  ���A CULINARY WRINKLE/  Progress.  The martyr cannot be dishonored.  Every lash inflicted is a tongue of  flame, every prison a more Illustrious  abode. Every burned book or house  enlightens the world. Every suppressed1 or expunged word reverberates  through the earth from side to side.  It Is the whlpper who Is whipped, the  tyrant who Is undone.���Emerson.  W.    N.    U.    No.   678,  Graveyard of Asiatics.  The northern territory is thc graveyard of Innumerable Asiatics, who enter by way of the gulf of Caipeutarln  In quest of gold Death from thirst  and starvation accounts for thousauds.  The few who survive return to China  to spread the fame of Australia's relentless solitude and hunger tracks.  Usual   Result.  "Well," asked the motormnn. "did  you manage to collect your little bll'  from that conductor?"  "No," answered the disgusted pas  sengcr. "I got tired trying to collect  It at his house, and the other day 1  caught him on his car."  "Wluit did lie do?"  "The same thing as usual���put me  off."    Real  Genius.  /That artist is a real genius." remarked the admirer.  "No," nubweied Mi**s Cayenne: "he  can't be a real genius, or people  wouldn't be* saying so many complimentary things about him before he Is  dead."  The   Art  of   Properly. Cooking'a   Vir-  ,        ,'.,, ginia Ham.  i Select a ha'ml not too la'rge,' that has  been cured at least two years.' Remove  the sacking; scrub the ham with a stiff  brush in cold water"till perfectly cleau.i  Then* put the bain to-soal.. skin 'side  up,, in enough cold water to'cover'It to-  the depth of four'-or- live inches," leaving ij: to soak twelve'hours,'changing  water once. ,     A ',   ' u  An   the -morning   remove'  the   bam  .from-the   water:", wipe'it   thoroughly  clean   with a.coarse, damp cloth; put  it iu a  big ham  boiler, skin side up.  over'a" slow fire.1" with enough cold w-.-l  ter,.toicover it/"seyeVal  Inches; add ��  large Spanish  onion, cut lu  halves.'a  large Mexienh'pepper, three bay leaves,  a big* lemon cut ln hajves.. three table-,  spoonfuls of tarragon Vinegar aii'l*tw6'  tablespoonfuls of elder vinegar.  ,  Cover   the  kettle  and   let   the, buti'  cook very slowly tiii the, flat bone may  be easily removed  by just touctrug it  with a fork     Let the ham get nearly  cold in the water iu which It was boiled; then carefully lift Ir out. place it in  a dripping pan.  remove, the'skin carefully, score the fat over the top In diamond   shapes,    sprinkle,   with   sugar,  place it iu a moderate oven and let it  brown over the top. Theii'put it where  It will cool.  Do not cut the ham until the second  day after it has beeu cooked.  FREE  ,    Send  ub 7<>ur  nune sjid, address  tor I Si p.t^w* of  Jnwfolry to K-IotlOrenLscHclj. When no]d send *antha  ��I.20 and -wttwdlHend you th*���� TWO SOLID GOLD  filled KINGS. Wetr-a-nyou wJthtjia JevvHrT-rind^ilU^nd  It jrl^hrnvrflpaliL Send tui your nattw Aud atldrer-Bnow.  STAR MFG. CO.,'PROVIDENCE, Ft. I., U. S. A.  '    A NIGHT CAP ,  .Take two Beecham's Pills on .retiring and avoid any ill effects'  from a late meal. Then"you will  sleep soundly, awaken with a  ' clear head and a high opinion  of the great stomach remedy,.,  Beecham's  Pills  f   Sold Everywhere. ' t,In boxes 28 cents.,,  ''A  Revival' in .the  Swina "industry. ...  While   the   swine'- raising   industry ''  has been in some'quarters'resting on    >  its. oars, and in-others, showing posi-",  tive   ret"rogress:on)   the.    Live * Stock   ;.  Branch at Ottawa has been getting out   ���  a  revision  o��  bulletin"..No." 10,   "The'   :  production" of Bacon for the  British  '  .Market."''.'This 'booklet  inL"its, first'���-(  edition  received  such  a, call   that  a  very large edition became' exhausted^' ,  before, the demand was satisfied., TheA  call for cop*"es during-the. late sum- >  mer and autumn' months fell away to   ��  some extent.but'the renewal ofVnter--r  est rand'hope in the bacon industry,,,'*  is 'showing itself very strongly in a'.-  request   from   many   quarters   of-,the  Dominion for more, information 'upon -  the   question  of, swine   raising:    Fortunately  tho'* new, edition  is* ,ofi the*  pre&=* and ready for* distribution.        ;  ,The bulletin 'n its revised formwill    ,  scarcely-be  recognized,   iln  addition  ,to 'an 'almost complete new set of illustrations, winch are much,better"ai-  tranged   than   in' the"-  'ormer    issue,  much  new  matter    has. been, added.  Careful 'tieatment-has' been |iven thii  vital question of' housing, and in th^s  connection a number of plans of mo-,  dein,' approved piggeries    are    illustrated   and  described. ,,The  econoni-'   '  ical  utilization  of "dairy" liy-products'*-  '��� that rmarg*n  upon fwhicli. profit ���inV;  'the - industry  so,   much   ' depends���1�� ")��*-  treated as new-matter. The very strong ^J  revival- of the swine  raising industry/,  which "must  of  necessity *" follow", the >.  sacrifice of, breeding, stock' that took,-  /place "during   the. past , autumn   hag-=  '' already  commenced, to   show    itself. '  It is'safe to predict'that with the re-   ,  turn of spring'with'its pasturage and  renewal   of   supply   of  dairy- by-products,  together  with  the  shortage*, of  market   stock,   a   demand   for   swine  greater than has been for many year.-.,  will   be  experienced.     To   furnish  information   that   will   be     desired    at  such  a' time Bulletin  No. 10,  revised.  ,  edition , has been prepared.    Copies  mav  be  secured free  by making, ap-'  plicat;on to the Live  Stock Commi-i-  sioner,   Ottawa. '"  :...-iri��  BEAUTY HINTS.  Long, straggling hairs which give an  appearance of roughness to ' the eyebrows may be temporarily removed  with tweezers or permanently by electrolysis. ' l i  If'the hair Is hopelessly oily, good  results can be obtained by powdering  It occasionally. This must be carefully  done, as if tbe powder is allowed to  get '.on the scalp instead of being  brushed thoroughly on the hair it will  clog the pores. Not enough powder  must be used to show, ouly sutlicient  to absorb the olliness.  A dry skin will chap this weather  unles3 massaged often with 'a good  ���-kin food or cold cream. The massage  stimulates the oil glands to perform  their natural work, while the cold  cream supplies what natural oil is  lacking. Tbe face should always be  carefully dried after washing It. us the  water Is drying to thu face.  No dressing stand is complete without half a lemon put there fresh every  day. A few drops of tbe juice much  diluted makesi an agreeable mouth  wash; rubbed over the face, followed  by an application of cold cream, It Is  bleaching. I-*or the nails It Is excellent  tind Is used by thruhtlng the finger tips  Into the pulp. They should be washed  at otrce and theu lightly rubbed with  cold creiu-n- '   Sorrow  of  It,  MIggles���I see by the papers that  your new book has made you famous.  Scribbles���Yes, but it's a questioiia-  bla brand of fame, after all.  Migglcs���How's that?  Scribbles���My creditors are constantly soliciting my autograph on a check.  ��� -Detroit Tribune.  It is Known Everywhere.���Tliere i.s  not a city, town or hamlet in Canada  where Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil' is  not known���wherever introduced it  made a foothold for itself and maintained it. Some merchants, may suggest some other remedy as equally  beneficial. Such recommendations  should be received with doubt. There  is only one Eclectric Oil, and that is  Dr. Thomas'.    Take nothing else.  Judge���The next person who interrupts the proceedings of this court will  be expelled from the room.'  Prisoner���Hoo-ray.' Whooper-ee".'  Now,   lemrne  go .'���Pittsburg    Leadei. .  ENGLISH ' SPAVIN LINIMENT remove.  nil hiird, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes, from hoises, blood spavin, curb**,  splints, ringbone, sv,i_iney, stifles, sprains, sura  nnd swollen throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 bjr  use of one bottle. Warranted the moBt wonderful   Blemish   Cure   e\er  known.  Discovering Mexican Towns.  The federal government, in view of  tho fact that there is not n single map  of the republic containing all the towns  and ranches of the different districts,  has decided on tho creation of the So-  cicdad Geografiea Exploradora, whoso  members are traveling throughout:  the republic drawing up plans of  the different districts visited by them.  Very curious occurrences nre reported.  It is said that members of tbo commission when exploring woods and valleys havo discovered towns of froui  100 to 500 inhabitants the existence  of which was unknown, these people  living completely isolated from the  rest of tho world.���Mexican Herald.  Sol icltftde.  "Do you think the country is safe?"  "Certainly," answered Mr. Dustln  Stax. "We big investors are drawl Tig  dividend*! that make it incumbent on  us to insure the country as thoroughly  ��js possible."���Washington Star.  The Panama Canal.  The total length of the Manama canal will be about forty-six. miles. The  depth will vary from thirty to fortj*  five feet. The surface width nill bu  from 200 feet in Culebra cut to 1,000  feet from the G.ilun locks to Sau Pablo, a distance of fifteen miles and a  half. The summit level will be about  eighty-five feet above the level of thu  sea and will be reached by a night of  locks at Gatuu, on the Atlantic side,  one lock at Pedro Miguel and two at  La Boca, on the Pacific slope.  Superstitious Golfers.  The two chief golting superstitions  fire that two up ami five to play never  won'a match and that'It Is' unlucky to  win the first hole. It is hard to say  ���vhleh is the sillier of the two.���Loudon  ������--Ui" ..-; .    ,   One He must be thntc-hed with another or It. will soou rain through.���  Owen.  There is Only One  ���-,'.���'���������'���;���'���#*_  That is  99  Laxative) Bp��m@ Quinine  US��D  THE WORLD OVER TO  CURE A COLD IM ONE DAY.  Always   remember   the   full   name.'   Look  for   this   signature   on   every   box.     25o.  #rtrert*f THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.        '
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2 I hour she so much dreaded, and which
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CHAPTER XX.
,       Of the'davs which followed, Maddy
> had   no  distinct   consciousness,     rihe
only,knew that other hands than hers
cared for the dead, that in«the little
parlor  a  stiff,   white  figure  lay,   that
neighboiing wopien stole in. treading
1 nn,  tiptoe,   and   speaking   in   hushed
voices as they consulted, not her, but
.Mrs.   Noah,   who   had   come   at. once,
and' car;ed' for her and heis so kindly
That she lay all'Say in her own'room,
,where the summer,breeze blew'softly
''     through the window, bringing the perfume of summer flowers, the sound Of
a tolling bell, offjprinding wheel,  the
notes of  a  low.  sad   hymn,  sung  ni
o   filtering tones arid of many feet moving   from    the   door.     Then   friendly
.faces looked,in'upon her, asking how
die   felt,   and   whispering   ominously
to r-nch other as'she answered:  ■■'
"Very well; is grandpa getting bet-,
\ ter-i"      '      "•       i '' . .    .       .
'Then   Mrs.   Noah   sat   with   her   for
a time, fanning her with a palm-leaf
fan and brushing the flies away. Then
Flora came up 'with a' man whom
they called "Doctor," and who pave
her sundry little pills and powders
,' dissolved in water, after which they
all, went out'and left her there with
Jessie, . who had 'been ' crying, and
whose soft little hands fell .so cool oro
-her hot'head, and whose kisses on
her ''lips made .the' tears start, 'and
brought a. thought of ■ Guy, making
her ask, "if he'was at„the„funeral."
,','No," Jessie said; mother^ wanted ,
to write'and tell him,-but'we don't
know where  he  is.','
And  this  was  all   Maddy  could   recall of the days succeeding the night
of  her last  watch   at her grandfather's side, until one balmy August af-
' ternbon; when on ' the JHonedale hills
there   lay   that   smoky   haze' so   like
the autumn1 time hurrying on,apace,
and* when  through  her  open  window
'  stole, the fragrance, of the later;summer flowers. .Then, as if waking from
an  ordinary .sleep,  she" woke suddenly to consciousness, and staring about
'the room, .wondered if, it were as late
,as  the  western   sun   would  indicate,
and how she came to' sleep so ".long.
For*a while she lay thinking, and as
she thought, > a sad scene came back
to  her, a night when  her hot  hands
had   been' enfolded   in 'those   of   the
Quick erne for the worst cough-T^uick
relief  to the heaviest   cold—and  SAFE
to take,' even for a child.    *"'--.-,-,«,
That   is    Shiloh's   Cure.    V^ure*
Sold   under a  guarantee    CoiIJ^lliJ"
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QUICKLY!
nim, moaning out
"Oh,   Guy,   Guy,   where   have  you
been, when I wanted you so much?"
Maddy did not know what she was
saving,   or  half   comprehend   the  effect it had on Guy, who forgot everything save that she wanted  him. had
missed him. had turned'to him in her
trouble, and it was not in his natuie
to  resist her appeal.     With   a spring
he   wa3  at her  side',   and   lifting   her
in  his arms seated  himself upon  her
mother's   grave;   then   straining   her
tightly  to his  bosom,  he  kissed  her
again and again.    Hot burning, passionate  kisses  they  were,  which  took
fro-h  Maddy all the power of .resistance, even had she wished  it, which
she   did   not.     Too   weak  'to   reason,
or see the harm, if harm there weie,
in  being loved by Guy, she abandoned  herself for a 'brief 'interval' to the
'bliss   of   knowing   that   she   was   bo-
loved, and of healing him teil her so,
"Darling Maddy,", he,said, "I went
away because you sent me, but now I
liave  come  back,  and   nothing  shall
part us again.'   You are mine; 1 claim
you here at your mother's grave.'Precious Maddy,  I' did  not know of ail
this till three days ago, when Agnes'
letter, found me almost at the Rocky
Mountains.    I  wish   I   had  come  before,  now  that, I   know  you1  wanted
me.    Say 'that   again,   Maddy.    Tell,
me'that you-missed  ine.','  ;    , -
He was smoothing her'hair now, as
her head -still lay 'pillowed  upon  his
breast, so he could nott see the spa.-.m
of  pain which  contorted ",her. features
as   he   thus   appealed   to,ytier.     Half
bewildered,* Maddy could  not lit first
make'out whether it were  a  blissful
dream ,<jr  a  realitj',  her  lying there
in Guy's'arms with his kisses on her
.forehead, lips, ,and cheeks, his words
of devotion in  her.ear. and  the soit
summer sky smiling 'dow-n ,'upon 'her.
Alas, it was a-dream from .which she
was,awakened by the*'thoughtrof one
across the, sea,'whose place she'had
usurped;   and  ' th'is    it    was _ which
brought the grieved expression to her
facer as ,she   answered . mournfully:
'-"IVdid want you, Guy, wh'en T-for-*
got;, but now—oh, Guy—Lucy Ather-
stonel", . ,     *    , ;
With a gesture of impatience Guy
was about'to answer, when something
in the heavy falLof the little hand'
from his shoulder*alarmed'him, and
lifting up  the drooping head-'he saw
who tells it and her who listens*
'storv which. n*. Guy told it. sitting
bv Maddv's side, with her hands in
his, thrilled hoi i.vrough nnd through,
making   the   sweat, drops    start   oui..
hair—story which madf Guy himself
pant nervously and tremble like a
leaf, so earnestly he ,toId it; how long
he had loved her, of'the picture with*
Promise   and   Performance.
"You;told me that if I would lend
you" my .'nfiuence   you,   would - have
a, place all picked out 'or me
, "So' r   have,"    answered    Senator
Sorghum.    ."1   have   the   very   place
WALKING   BANKS.
'I
All
around   her "lips and  underneath'heri"for you.   The only difficulty-is   that
the,man holding it at present is one
of these' 'obstinate long-lived people
who don't seem to'care for the good
held, the jealousy" he-teh* each time   of their country."—Washington  Star,
the doctor named her, the selfish joy j
he  experienced   when   he  heard    the
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,dead, and that-dead her grandfather,
'.Was it true, or was she laboring un-
'' der some hallucination of the- brain?
■If true,1'was that "white.1 placid,face
still to be seen in-the room'below,"or
had they buried .him fiom her sight?
She would know, .and with a strange
kind of nervous strength .she arose,
'and throwing on the wrapper, and
slippers which ■' lay near, descended
the stairs'* wondering to (ind herself
bo weak.' and half  shuddering  at th'e
-deen stillness ofsthe house; stillness
brolcen ^only by the" ticking of the
clock- and the pui-m-Pi- of tlie' house
cat,' which at sight of- Maddy arose
from its position near the door and
came forward, rubbing its sides
against her^ dress, and trying in various ways to evince its joy at seeing
,one  whose caresses  it had >missed so
Jong. The little bedroom off the kitchen where grandpa * slept and died
was vacant; the old-fashioned coat
was put away, as was every vestige
of the old man save the broad-rimmed
hat, which hung unon the wall just
where his hands had hung it, and
which looked so much like its owner
that with a gush of tears Maddy sank
upon   the   bed,
that „ Maddy, had fainted.' Then back
across the meadow Guy, bore her to
the cottage,, wheie' Flora, ju&t, returned-from1 a neighbor's, whither she had
pone upon an prraii'd, was look ing "fender in .much affright.--' < > ,,..
. Up .again* into her Tittle chamber
Maddy was ennied and*.laid upon
the''-bed, w.hicK ,she never left until
the golden' ha'fvest sheaves were gathered in, and the hot -September sun
was lipening'tlio " fruits of,autumn.
But now she had.a, new nurse,( a
constant attendant, who during tho
day seldom ' left her "except to1-talk
with and amuse Uncle Joseph, mourn-
mp below because no one sang to
him or noticed him as Maddy used
to do. He had not been sent to the
asylum.' as Maddy feaicd, but by way
of relieving Floia hndi been taken
to Fanner Green's, where he was so
homesick and discontented that at
Guy's instigation he was suffered to
return to the cottage,' crying like ""a
little child when the old familiar
spot was reached, i kissing his armchair, the cook-store, the tones, .Mrs
Noah, and Flora, nnd timidly offering* to kiss the T.oid Governor himself   as  he   persisted   in   calling  Guy
«Yes, grandpa ta^^SbS     who dec,ined the< *»or.   *>*  '^ene'd
now. But Uncle Joseph, where is
he? Can he, too, have died without
my. knowledge?" and she looked
around in vain for the lunatic, not
a trace of whom was to be found.*-His
room was m perlect order, as was
everything about the house, showing
that Flora was still the domestic
goddess, while l^faddy also detected
various things which she recognized
as having come from Aikenside. Who
quietly .to the crazy man's promise
"not to - spit the smallest kind of
spit onv the floor, or anywhere, except in its proper place." "
Guy had passed through several
states of mind during'the interval in'
which we,have seen so little, of him
Furious at one time, and "reckless
as to consequences, he had deteimined to break with Lucy and marry
Maddy,  in  spite  of everybody;  then,
sent   them?     Did   Guv,   and   had   he * as a  sense  of honor came over him
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.. been    there, too, while she' was sick?
The  thought   brought  a  throb  of  joy
to Maddy's heart,  but it soon passed
away  as she   began   again   to  wonder
, if  Uncle Joseph,  too,  had  died,  and
where  Flora was.    It was  not far to
the Honedale burying ground, Maddy
could  see the  headstones from  where
she   sat  gleaming   through   the   Aug-
'ust  sunlight;   could   discern   her  mother's,   and     knew     that     two   fresh
mounds at least were made beside it,
But were there three    Was Uncle Joseph   there?     By   stealing   across   the
meadow in the"rear of the house the
distance to the graveyard   was shortened   more  than  half,  and   could   not
be   more   than   the   eighth   part   of   a
mile.     She   could   walk   so   far,   she
knew.    TheL fresh   air  would  do  her
good,   and   hunting   up  her  long   unused   hat,  tlie   impatient girl  started,
stopping  once  or   twice  to   rest  as   a
dizzy   fiunlness   came   over   her,   and
then continuing on until the spot she
sought   was   reached.     Three   graves,
one old and sunken,  one made when
the   last   winter's   snow   was   on   the
hills, the other fresh and new.    That
was all;  Uncle Joseph  was not there,
and   vague   terror     entered   Maddy s
heart   lest   he   had_ been   taken   back
to the asylum.        "" '
"1 will get him  out," she said; "I
will  take care  of hirn." "I" should die'
with  nothing  to do;- and" I promised
grandpa "
She could get no farther, for the
rush of memories which came over
her, and seating herself upon ihe
ground close to the new, grave, she
laid her face upon it, and sobbed
piteously •
"Oh, grandpa, I'm so lonely without you all, I ulmoat wish 1 was
lying here in the quiet yard." ■
Then a storm ,of tears ensued, after
which Maddy grew calm, and with hei
head still bent down, did not hear
the rapid step approaching, the .manly step coming down the grassy road,
coming past the marble tombstones,
r.n to where' that wasted figure was
crouching upon the grp.und. There it
stopped, and in a half-whisper called. "Maddy! Maddy!"
Then, indeed, she started, and lifting up, her head, saw before her Guy
Remington. . For a moment she regarded him intently, while he said
to her, oh, so kindly, so pityingly:
"Poor   child,   you   have  suffered   so
much, and I never I knew of it till a
few days ago."
. jy'irhlv..stretched her hands .toward
he Vesolved   to forget  Maddy,   if  possible,   and   marry   Lucy   at  once.     It
was   in   this   last   mood,     and     while
roaming   over -the   Western   countiy,
J whither after, his  banishment he had
pone, that he wrote to Lucy a strange
kind  of letter, saying  he  had  waited
for her-Jong enough, and, sick or well,
he should  claim  her the  coining autumn.    To  this   letter   Lucy   had  responded  quickly,    sweetly    reproving
Guy for his impatience, softly hinting
that   latterly   he   had   been .quite   r.3
culpable  ns   herself   in   tiie  matter  of
deferring th^ir union  and  appointing
the  bridal  day  for   the  —  of   December.     After  this  was settled  Guy  lelt
better,   though   the   old  sore  spot in
his   heart,   where   Maddy   Clyde   had
been. 'wa3  very sore still,  and   sometimes   it   lequired   all   his   powers   of
self-control   to   keep   from   writing   to
Lucy  and  asking to be released  from
an engagement so irksome as his had
become.    Neglecting to answer Agnes'
letters   when   he   first  left  home,  she
did  not know  where he  was   until   n
short   time   before,   when   she   wrote
apprising   him   of     grandpa's   death
and   Maddy's   severe   illness.        This
brought him, while Maddy's involuntary   outburst when  she   met  him  in
the graveyard, changed the whole cur-
Tent -of .h5__' intentions.        Let   what
would  come, 'Maddy  Clyde should  be
hia   -wife,   and   as   such   he   watched
over   her,   nursing   her   back   to   life,
and by his manner effectually silencing all remark, so that the neighbors
whispered   among     themselves     what
Maddy's .prospects  weie, and,  as was
fluite  natural,  were  a little  more attentive  to  the  future   lady   of   Aikenside.    P/*»*  Maddy i  it was a  terrible
trial, which  awaited   hor,  but  it  must
be   met,   arid   so   with    pi avers   and
teais she  fortified   hfrself to  meet it,
while   Guy.   the  devoted   lover,   hung
over  her,  never, guessing, of  all  that
was   passing   in   her   mind,   or   how,
when   he   was  out   of  sight,   the   lips
hei had  longed so much to kiss,  but
never had since that day in the graveyard,  quivered  w-ith   anguish  as  they
asked   for strength   to do  right.     Oh,
how Maddy did love the man she must
give up, and  how often went  up the
wailing cry, "Help me. Father,  to do
my duty, and give me, too, a gre-.ter
inclination  to do it  than  I  now  possess.!'
Maddy's   heart did   fail   her   sometimes   and   she   might   have   yielded
doctor was refused; told of his gro-
ing dissatisfaction .with ' his engagement, his'frequent resolves ito, break
it, his final .decision, which that scene
in the graveyard had reversed, nnd
then'asked if she"would not be his—
not doubtfully. -> but confidently, eagerly, as if'sine of her answer.
' A'las for Guy; he could not believe
he, heard' aright ,v-.hen,'f turning her
head awny for a moment while she
prayed for strength, Maddy's answer
came, "I cannot, Guy, 1 cannot. 1
acknowledge the love which has Btolen
upon me. J;knc>w not how. but 1 cannot do this-wrong to Lucy. Away
from me you'r will love her again
Yon must.," Head this, Guy; then say
if you en." desert' her;", '., " , ,
She placed Lucy's ' letter in his'
hand*, and Guy-.read it with a heart
'which ached ,to its very coie. Tt 'was
cruel to deceive that' gentle, trusting
girl-iwriting soL,16vingly t-qf'hiin1, but
to lose Maddy was to his undisciplined nature more dreadful still, ,and
-casting the letter fr aside he,pleaded
again, this' time 'with' the 'energy' of
despair,, for'he read-his fate'.in Maddy's face, and when her lips*apsecond
time'Vonfirmed her* first reply.,-while'
*she appealed to his,sense of'honor,
of justice, of right, and told, himohe
could, and .must, forget her, he knew
there'was,, no hope,"and,.'man though
h'e^was, bowed Jiis head upori Maddy's
hands and wept stormily-, , mighty^'
choking sob3, which shook his' frame,"
and seemed-to break up'the,.very fountains of his life. Then to Maddy there
came' a terrible temptation.'.Was it
.right for two who loved as they ..did
to live their ' lives , apart?—right, in
her to force on 'Guy the fulfillment
of vows he could not literally7 keep'
As mental .stiuggles* are always the
more-severe, so Maddy's'took all her
strength away, and'for many minutes
she lay so white and still* that.Guy
roused1 himself to care .for her, thinking of nothing except' to make her
fetter.      -        . , \   \ .
It  was'a^ong   time  ere  that, inter-"
view   ended,   but "when   it',did . there-
was .on^ M.addy's, face a.peaceful ,.ex-'
pressioii which only, the sense of hav-
ing'.done  right1 at* the -cost of a  fearful "sueufice; could  give,T while 'Guy's,
bore   tfaees^of  a .greaf and ' crushing"
-.orrow as he went out,fiom  Maddy's
presence arid felt that tb'him,.she was
lost * forever.   .He   had , promised   hei.
he would do right;- had -said he would
marry Lucy, being to her ..what' a
hushand'should be; had listened while
she talked of another 'world where
they neither mairy nor are given in
marriage, and where-it would not be
sinful for them to love each .other,
and as she talked her face ha'd shone
like the face'of an angel. He had
held* one of her ,hands at parting,
bending low his head,\vhile she laid,
the other on it as she* blessed him,
letting' her snowy fingers thread his
soft brown hair and linger caressingly among his curly locks. But that*-
was over now. 'They had parted for-,
ever. She was lying w'here he left her,,
cold, and white, and faint with dizzy
pain.- Fie was riding swiitly toward
•\ikenside, his heart beats keeping
time to trie swift tread of his horse's
feet, and his mind a confused"medley
of distracted thoughts, amid which
two facts stood out prominent and
clear—he had'lo=t Maddy Clyde, and
had promised her to .marry Lucy Ath-
erstone,'
For many days after that Guy kept
his room, saying he was sick, and
refusing to see anyone save Jessie and
Mrs. Noah, the'latter of whom guessed in part what had happened, and
imputing to him far more credit than
he deserved, petted and pitied and
cared for him until he grew weary
of it, and said to her savagely -. "You
needn't think rne so good, for I am
not. I wanted Maddy ' Clyde, and
told her so, but she refused rne and
made me promise to marry Lucy; so
I'm going to do that very thing-
going to England in a few *weeks, or
as soon as Macldy is better, and before the 6un of this year sets I shall
be   a  married   man."
After this all Mrs. Noah's sympathy
was in favor of Maddy. the good lady
making more than one pilgrimage to
Honedale, where sho expended ail
her arguments trying to make MadJy
tevoke her decision; but Maddy was
firm in what she deemed right, and
as her health began slowly to improve, and there was no longer an
excuse for Guy to tarry, he gave out
in the neighborhood that he was at
last to be'married, and started for
England the latter part of October,
as unhappy arid unwilling a bride-
**£jx>in, it may be, as ever went after
a   bride.
(To  be  Continued.)
THE COST OF
.    GOOD HEALTH
Will Be lessened By the Timely
Use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
' How.'much money is wasted on useless  medicines.    How much   time  is
lojt-'how much pain endured, simply
because  you   do  not,' find   tlie   'right
medicine  to gtart -with.      Tuke    the
earnest   advice   of     thousands    who1
speak from experience in favor of Dr.
Williams'   Pink, Pills   and   you „■ will
save time, money, and above all,"  will
find perfect health.    Proof  of this is
found iti, the statement,of'Mr. J. A'.'
Eoberge,   a  well,, known President, of
,La,chipe, rQue., 7.vho siiys:'  "I am'a
boatman/' and...consequcntIy   exposed
tovall-conditions  of  weather.      This
exposure began to tell"on ray health.
Tlie'cold led-to weakns.<CvloFS,'of appetite.'pains  in  the dimbs  and'side.
1'tried several medicines but they did
not help me.   My'condition "was- growing "worse  and ,a. general  breakdown
threatened.'   I  slept   poorly, at  night
and lost much'in weight, and began
to fear that Lwas drifting into;chron-
ic  invalidism.    One  day  while, reading" a 'newspaper' I' was attracted  by
"ehe statement of a fellow sufferer''wha"
had   been' cured  through  the  use  of
D,r.'tWilliams' Pink PiUs.   I had spent
much "money,'without" .getting "relief,
and I hated - to''' spend ' more,    but
'the   cur^ was* so   convincing   that  I
decided .fo   giv«   theye "pills 'a'- trial.'
I am now more than thankful that I
did so.   'Aft;er the 'first 'couple of weeks
they ..began'to i-help me, and in seven
weeks   , after.    I     began  ' the1. pills
I -Twas ,as; well  as  ever I  had  been.
I am now convincd that had I tried
Dr. Williapis' Pink Pills at the- outset
I/would  not only have  been spared
much suffering, but would have saved
moneys as well." '"     ' .   "' >      •   )^ ,<*
'Eiclf, red .blood is the cure'for-niosti
of the-ailments that afflict'mankind.
Dr.   William.-' 'Pink -Pills   '"actually
make, new * rich  blood. 1 That *-S_why
they -.'cure. such.. common' ailments .'as
anaemia,     indigestion,',   rheumatism,5
neuralgias-heart* palpitation', 'erysipe-r'
las, skin; troubles, and.the" headaches,
backaches,, sideaclies.   and" otlier  ills
of 'girlhood . and/.womanhood'"tfV-L'he
pills are sold by all .medicine -dealers
or, by mail,'at150 cents a. box,or six
boxes • foi-  52.50   from   Th'e   Dr.   Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,* Ont.'
' "What sort^of a table do they set at
your boaiding-honuse?" asked v the
young man who* was contemplating a
change.
"A table of waits; and measures',"
replied his friend. "The first long and
the latter short."—Chicago News.    ,'
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT    is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding  or  Protruding Piles in    6  to   14
days.or'money refunded. , 50c-
Mexicans Carry Large Sum* of
•' Money on Their Persons.
,A bank to the Mexican Is uot to be
thought of for the handling of small
amounts.'. Almost any Mexican in professional or business life carries oh his
person., anywhere f between 9200 and
$800. Even the poor Indian in;, bis
blanket can more than likely produce
more than many foreigners. ' *
The  ordinary   foreigner   ln   Mexico,
whether tourist or   business  man   located here, carries perhaps $50 to $100
with him' and no more.   If a tourist,
the foreigner will deposit any,money
over that amount he happens to havo
with - him lu the sate of the hotel at
which he Is  registered;. Ifi a business
man. he will carry no more than that
amount on bis person and will give a
check foi-'anythlng'over that amount.
The Spaniard .resident In Mexico is Inclined to carry much larger sums t^ian
any other foreigner here.'and he will
often carry sums of money, aggregating nearly $1,000. '    ' <      '     l
-   The   ordluary, Mexican '.professional,
"man  will ,be found to carry sums ol!
money on his person that .would surprise the ordinary  traveler aud-even'
cause  him   worry, were  bo  forced  to'
carry  it  with  him'/ yet the "Mexican
never even thinks of It,     <■    A
„It was but a few days ago that an
Instance of this kind  was brought to
attention.'  Oue MexIconVof tho middle
class asked another In ii* casual .way-'
If he could change ,n'thousand dollar
bill.' The  other pulled  out a   waljet''
from his Inside pocket and counted out
nearly   $2.000.,, Time  after  time   this
has happened/and It scenis no; uncommon thing for a Mexican of th'e.D-lddle.
class to carry  between one and,.two
thousand "pesos "on his person.!. /"" <
'  One   Mexican, ,-vho ■ was', being .reproved-for this'apparent carelessness'
and Imprudence, replied:, ,,.(-.''.''-   J   .,
'"We do not hnvel!nny;,of-your"American holdups and1 highway then In Mexico.',  l have, known my'friends to have"
their pockets pIckedJfo'r. large,amounts-
through' their own  carelessness as to'
where they carried tlieir. moiicyVbut L
have never heard of, anyibne being bit",
over the head with'a' bh.ckj'ack-and bis
.pockets rifled of. their '.contents.^-, That*
tiling Is unknown In  Mexico, and,.so"
we  have1'no" fear' In .'carrying''these"
amounts."<" v-iy v^;    ' a-j _' a.y..--
-'-The check'Idea-seems^to have taken..
but small hokVasVvet upou the citizens
otV Mexico, -.'especially V-.vI.en_f small
amounts of Iess,thau* $1,000 are con-,
cerned..' They consider'It much easier1
to pay,spot- cash than'to give,a. check,
for amounts of 500 and.$100.' and they/
cl_alm, •' with  some vnmpi'mt "of -'reason,',
that a business deal can be'put through"
iwith" better advantage  to* themselves
when the cash Is Insight;'.^ V  >.AA,^!
.: Even the* Indians Jn the street'carry,
^amounts,of"cash'that would*never bo;,
'supposed to be'In.thelr possession.'; The^J
carry their money In leatlfer^belts/fas-,,
'tened around their.'bbd'ie.. Inside their"
trousers.  i,These "belts are, hollow and?
are open, at one end. , Into'the open-
end'\the"„Indlah"slIps^hls?pesos lbr' bills'
'until he has "the whole' ruH.V, The ..belt,
tbeni is ".either ,rtnken' off "and-' hidden,
aw(ay,*qr "the'blhs are%changed foftla'r-V
'ger  denominations," and   still', carried
around Hle^bbdy.iiBut'1 the" Indian 13-a1'
stickler0'for".'pesbs^duros" and prefers,
them to * any other .'class of money' except, gbld,V     '„ '"   '      *.   ,'    VI-. fit'
SOME RROVERBS.
Back Action  Obacrvullouo m  a  Core
'For   the  IIIuc-m. ''*,.
Pine feathers ne'er can make fine
birds, 'tis true; but what would become
of tbe peacock Jf he was dressed like a
frog? '
A stitch lu time to save nine Is a
patch Just the same. ,  - —
Money saved Is money made, but you
always have to inake it first'
Talk may be cheap, but the telephone
companies havo got mighty rich handling!.. .        " ,     f   .
" The early' bird may, catch thc worm,
but it's not, exactly n square deal for
tho -worm.            , ,   <
'■ All i things come to him who waits,
but it takes & lot of hustling to find tbe
right plaq6 to wait. ,«;."*.,"
'If it Is* trqe that riches have wings
it's hardly right to howl beca'uso'rlch
people are high fliers. '    „
If you could convince people,that the'
good dleyouug nlue-tcmh/j of'the human race would be Imitating the devil
hiau hour.     V1-' ■    '-, */f,\f /*        '« '$,.
r A soft auswer may turn away-wrath'
sometimes, but generally It Is poor p"ro*
tectlon <,o your face If tlie other fellow
Is algood hlttcr.--A. B. Neal in* Judge.
and hr'ngs to you in ..,„.       ^-.  /'V*!
aU the healhigJ,0hea,^^»   ^§\
!.i!3..?- t.^e..Klailt.P»:kes.   All the'
peutic virtue of thu f.„,„- . -
ciontuined in Virgin Oil 0f p .
It heals.the lungs ttU(ibl[)1r;«'
'   i'       „ 'An Uuderatndr.   '■      "     r   ~
y/'llavc you pot a job, Samr'-**.- -  - »■,-
- "Yes, sub." -V,>     .,  —      ,'J •',' r<\
,. "What are you doing?'.'."       (
*,I'm7anjuhderstud.v,',,?ah<"    '-.. J   "
"An understudy, -"ton.?'/:'''  ' *f ;-'
"Yes.'"7si'ih.'   My'yfIfe~does"wa8hln',
andj'ni hcr^ndcrstudjr^' ^ (l'," /">'- ;i
,   "But! uiiye you e-j-.er, liecsn called .upon
to take her pla'cc?? A, v ',?, AA "A'>
"No, suh.    Ihalu't-got dat'far ylt,
sab."—Yohkcrs Statesmau[5i, ,', ',*r- , '•.' ,
' They -fWalto -the "Toninl Kn.-r._I
Machinery not .|>rop..rlv bu..-Vj
and lofi'ito run itself, v-j-Vv k-oiib
fault iiirjt* working. l,!t"i* iiP
with- th»' cllgot-tivo 'wmi'i IV'
latc;d .fi-om.time-.to turn) ih.v a-*.]
'ly to?become"toipid und u,..,j
wholq/syatcm out c,f BMrVftntJ
yogetablc Pillar wens u.adif to J
such cased. %ticy rei-tnnMa t..,1
tho flagging fttvpltic;.. nml hnntl
ordeiM.-Ul -j)nrt«'.pPthe iii.chii.HM_1
r   t • **    >-ff _.,'*'-      IA ] l     S     * ' f
*-'.%-*- iW * * f^j>   i ',i " ■ '*"" ■—'—-      j        K
,,A ralher,icyiii,cal joke lnui. rcfel
beeri"1 credited' to^TJiiitcil Riia SmA
WbH r;_.;;  ._        _
s „ .     -      ^'Th^Senat'or'vin,iyi8VusnirtV,,i.?
;board*r>who'Is<a coatraSir.SPBUo5]-I^Ma^ia"?°''^BcU^,A^ ^
like to get'some of. thatf wood ?to*' make , 1"^' l^"?'?«■!. - *\ wejjfera i_j_
railroad, bridges] outVof.". .—.Lobdou, ]«\xgX  d«^jght«?r,i;tbvbe,jt-i'^pr.^
Globe.- """   '   '"   " '        ' '" "   '    "' •"   '
1   11 -
.\>*-..,*i- f.„, ,, ,,-,, ,        ,
*-J       ^     ' £T ■*   fl I     >     ' ■        ~,_'l(,>l       r
.,     f!*,*.".'-t.,(, of!*-tr<*--iKtb.
^"Tbat.buttei;, ls^-all right,',' .said a
boarclliiKi house keeper, - ■ "It is; firkin
butter.andftastes^of the-wood a tittle-.*
That's a!!.-"*'
'.>IfvU.atV'iaVthe,
gives almost, initaj.t Tc»li« ... „
taling cough; and will bieak »
in 24 hours.        > lK u"'
The action of Virpm 0i) 0, p
the_ kidneys is aU nun I ,,
His a perfect i.euiiali„„ ",
uric acd.,aiid piompth r.h,-u
matisrii, lamp buck, i{mi .A
ment*; due to dlj-onlcicd kiiZ
■In the jirepui at ion of Virci
Pine"every precaution i, tdL'
Bure frpshness and j>uuty   'i
up. for-expensing thi-oiigh d-u
in X-o«'*ce viuls .nilv.,c.mti\
curely sealed in i. round wWj.,,,
lie isure to get the ficriuiiie~Wr,
Of Pin© compound w.re, Jlre,Mr^
by Leach.Ohenilcal Co., VmAA
^ — — -    .„
VV....  /'.' Disappoihting
, Knicker^-'  Children  me
pointing! i ' /  '   •> '
Hooker—-Yes, Johnny broke h-J
destructible* toy and w'un't ^1
drum.—New Yoik Sun.
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r,'xiA*>\ i^Jle little ffirlVin •th^ftnijTs* .
Ar.' ,'' .ot;-''her,v.many   chats with x,tini
'"'im*       ..'.   .f-  ■ '   -_.;!' ^ '     '-_..-...'.of-'her.-.many   chats with t,ihi
Minard sfiLmtmenti, cures **'Dlph--,<A.*„,~lj,.,flr.   *k.,.-.U_*-     ,,.*«,
m. ,a-      -  .A".-   -y   .-_._',- -•     -^. '   _     "Tell me,-.won't vmi, Senatoi,
.: Mr&l^SS^ A-'
He—Let's play we're married.    .
She—INfo; mamma said we weren't
to fight today—it's Sunday.
"Why is Jones taking such unusual
precautions against pneumonia? He
is not at all susceptible to it."
"Not ordinarily, but' just at present
he is courting a girl from Boston."—
Baltimore American. '   ...
DOM'TS  FOR   YOU.
Don't imagine you know everything,
for you don't.
Don't expect acorns to become oak
trees in a day or a year.
,Dou't lose faith In humanity because
you find an occasional "bad egg."
Don't quarrel with circumstances or
fret over what cannot be altered.
Don't linigb ov>r other people's mistakes. You soon may be caught tripping.
Don't-decide runt charity Is a great
mistake because you have sometimes
Veen imposed udou.—liome Notes.
Mother Graves' Worm" Exterminator
has the largest sale of any similar
preparation sold in Canada. It always
gives satisfaction by restoring health
to the little folks.
.The Easier way.
"How I - hated work in those days!"
said Mark Twuiti, recalling bis boyhood In Hannibal,'Mo. "One morning
my father led meinto the garden and
pointed to a bed of flowers that had ii
considerable number of weeds in IL
" 'I waul you.' said my father, 'bi
weed out this flower bed.'
"I examined the task ahead of me,
and the more I looked at It tbe bigger
it seemed to grow. Certainly I bad
never seen so many weeds In my life.
" 'Wouldn't It bo a simpler operation,' I said-to my father, 'to .lower
out the weed bed?'"—Woman's Home
Companion.
Stringing  Beads.
Many valuable beads..are lost simply
because they haye been strung on silk'
or waxed linen  threads.   If you  wish
to have them properly strung, then get
one   of    tbe    thinnest    catgut   guitar
strings and fasten them  on  It    They
are safe,  Indeed,  if  the ends  are securely   fastened   with   the   necessary
to the temptation  but for Lucy's let- | gold clasps.   This is the way Jewelers
tex..full of easel" anticjeaj-iona af the .  itring their valuable bends. "   '
Tho   Race  as   It  Was.
"I see you are here," said the tortoise.
"Yes." replied the hare. "Are you
going to  nice?"
"No; what would be the use? Peo
pie would only say we were nature
fakirs."    . .
And while they stood there arguing
a man came along and threw a bag
over the head of {he hare and took tbe
tortoise aloug to .make fashionable
hairpins out of his back.—Dctrblt'Trib-
,     , ,,"'   Too Much  at" Stake., ,,-    'l    J
-The 'question for discussionk before
the debating society that had met. In
the little schdolhouse'belonging to dls-
'trict.No. 13 was this: ^Resolved, That
the works published under the"'name
of William Shakespeare were' really
written *by Lord Bacon." "   '
-The debate was flerceand prolonged,
but, ,as frequently happens in .such
cases, the disputants on one side had
Informed themselves thoroughly, while"
the others, relying upon their having^
the popular side of the cohtroversyr
depended solely on their oratory; hence
the Baconians, having learned all that
could be said in favor" of * their .con-*
tentlon,^-made, really a very plausible
case, aud h'ad.decldedly.'much tlie?rbe.-.
ter of the argument At*the! close of
the -discussion.the** three .Judges''who
had been* selected .held: a brief consul-,
tation and decided In favor of the neg-*
atlve."       '"   ^ *   ' ,    'Al- a ~   ..,*
"Why adld you  decide against  us?"
""subsequently .asked one of the disputants.'.   "You, know -\ve presented good
arguments, .'while   the' other   fellows'
didn't show any'.'.'    ""      '    '
"That's all right,',' answered r"the
Judge to whom this,question was ad;
dressed, "but. two of. us had Just
bought expensive copies of 'The Works
of William Shakespeare' tbat cost ns
$15. Do you.suppose we were going
to acknowledge that Shakespeare didn't
write 'em?"
jouBht^to.;kribwrahisrT.t*:Xour, husband;
kissed "your.cook'. A ,' V ',J tV, V\,-;. A
' Mrs. Woodson—>"es;">r.jbW-WimVio.
do it.f 'In that way, you see, the cdok
jthinks Blieis'getting ahead' of' me,_antl
-"so she n'oviinthinks.,.)', leaving./, ,*-V
,'i; --£    - '       *' ,             -    .*-"'>""    '*'
,-,lW        ,- ..I.'", >.        r.'        .-
J| i -' J1' >t.~ "*'< ' *""
:' * Ii is, only necessary to "read the. tes-
tunoniaLs'*tc^*;tbeVc6iivhic'ed ,'tha't -Hoi-;
"low'aiy-B*-1Comvcurev',f»*" unequalled for'
thoYrernovat of'conift, warts," etc, \ It
•Is 'a* icomplete ''extinguisher.._«.,. „.,-.
;Vv,,,,   A^A'lA'\rAAAAA;-
V V'THE;lANDEP ^ASTORS:^**--,
- -    ** i   ,*    */.,' *>?______'-*,'*j, ?-■-*. y   '
Methods  by .Which, tr.07 Great.-,Familyi
Political economy, 'my. dear 1
Senator.*,Platt.ri3 ,ijai-d,,to.,liav tcM
"is thc arC-of novfir'buy'ns. aior_i|
th'an".you*,actually' need,"—Xew li
/lnbuue.^ '.-'\'
*',&■■-
'-Minard's Liniment cures DhUir,
,'L Brigga—T hear1 you've  Iteqn
lnting tn>\Va,,,s'trec:t.
•(\Grrgg6-fThere''.w;as' 'no ,st).c
'about itVl'w'as'a dead 'sure tltinjlj
.•thVstart.—Life. *. '1
'U'l'l
k A '^{Maintains: Its  Millions.   , -  fl,
;/"If "ever the" phrascj'far of^ Uitr land*'
•meant anythlugrit doesVo in *tlie cose-'
of 'the^Astqr^family,s^uaPf^at<j£\
the - key not'eVbf t't UIs^ wea 1 thy T'orga n lzi~,
,tlon-^the''solidest^aggregatloa';.o'fij8elfi
^Increaslngywoaltli} |n IrAmericflL'^vTlie*
'Astot;.millions.*, ln^gstedjIn^Newjl York-
real, estate, are, absolutely",lutact^andj,
impreigaable. , 'ByVthe^most-'Insldlbus"
methods1 ,bf   leasIngVsubleasIng,' pur-
!chaslnjr.~ renting", (bht rarely ever  im- ,
proving property. tbemWl^es),"(,tbo"-As-*
tor'heirs,"ensconced In a plain,,stout
little two story brick building Just o(t
Mndlson square, are gradually picking-
up acre after acre Af priceless* land on
Manhattan island." ^  "'"A A   "^ * .
^.Therp   aro   more. than,  fifty ' hefrs,,
many in tho fourth generation,- to tho
Astor millions, but upon the shoulders
of William Vincent Astor, a' Iad,of sixteen," will   probably ^fall /.the' umnage-
ment of tho bulk "of this enbrmous.es-'
tate. " At St   Paul's "school and   Etou;-
England,  he*-showed  himself to'be a
good student with'a bent for median- •
Ics.    Young Waldorf Astor is a level
1 headed man of twenty -.seven.' who re.'
cently married, Mra.^.Xannjg^ Ljin"gliornciA;
Shaw.-onc <if the three IwauBful-Lang-
ho/ne slsters-of  \"irglnln..'i;He*and'-hls
brpthcr. John Jacob, nephews of,sColonel'John Jacob Astor"-orisons of William . Waldorf cAstor.   the 'expatriated
American. ~Tliey7'_nv"o"never renounced
thelr'Amcridin 'clti-.qnshlp*'nnd-should*
thoy   return  may  divide the  management of the estate hi this country with
Wtlllaro Vincent "John Jacob, .second
of. the name 'living. Is unmarried und.
t-i
".''liter); Mange, 'j-.t.ajrie.Scratch.H
evory-form (o( contagious itch on i
man> or'*nnimal« cured ,in 30 nt!.'
by,',-Wolford's* Sanitary Lotion.
,  v .   ,1^ . 1     ..     j-t   --,'*' **     ^ip
•.-..-& i\A>s>'i>,.?.,'•#. 1"* - *•
*Jf)*\A ,.-'. 'nfant ■ Prodigies,
\ ln,dln ia'ys.claliiuto two boys'*!-
'tlie*.irc,''Poi|t V*jc';'true;",n(re*'i'i"'iil proil!."
1$ |-BeuaresjV'nnjl ve^iuyyspaper
:V\Vhen,.he^clder)twhs two yenrsj
"he"-acquired .the alphiiliots of «i
'lilhguiigeSu nImost^,lii'inidcd ami
ripfth'year'; jco't ^li^Uearl. ihe tWi
thp^irreiif *Jrra'mmar'br 'I'nnhil. tor-
i>;ith5 several.* .ISngU^h.' Suas-Krll
"doo and 1 Bengali' books. By iilsc
.year ■, he was,.able lo* wrltr* a rf
hand and -solve problems of srltb
■Now.'lri his seventh year, he has
up the vow*', of an ancient Bra
charln after being'Invested
staff zone?*-'urn. threads and bin*:
telope skin andrls studying the Ti
Tbe other boy.'; his younger bi
now about four jyeara" old, Is s
read books in. Sanskrit, Beiigfl1!
Hindi Nvlta, ease and can cornc:
uacmory .any passage .oa hcarti!'
once or twice."'       ^.r   *"
•Till
.J***
Paris Follows New York.
,','The ,I!arl8  police.have .taken a
from" the book'bf experience andfi
tlceof J-*IewtYork's police coinmlsi	
e'r.'-who recently dumped a few S^E^ej
-sandr.cbhflscatcd . murderous  we,,"^§*S^
.into'the bay to preyent their resa'J3ynjr'~'i
•dangerous 'characters. ""Owing  toS
increase .b'f outrages by the ParuV
_41gans It was decided by, tlio a-*;
'lies to destroy alU weapons" belo
to ^"les apaches," as, these rufllau!
'called,   which   fall   into   their   li;
■Previous  to   this  decision  all   thi
volvers,, knives   and >■ knuckle   d_
were "resold at auction, as was fo;
ly., the. case"1 in New, York.* Now
lives „wllh his fntber at historic Cliveden, one of flie 'driest estates in  Eng-    ever-  they n-re broken  pp and «
land.-New  Brondwny  Magazloev BcrflP trou-     V
VD^M*SV|;
0IBB^A
An Ode to His Washerwoman.
Even in the face of fluunclal embarrassment the Yale student refuses to
be downcast, for when tho florist
threatens suit If his bill Is not paid or
when In* walking through the city
streets the student sees his newest
shirt adorning the grinning face of
his washerwoman's young unhopeful
It,Is not his nature to spill a bottle of
Ink on a dissertation on tho subconscious relationship of poverty to vice.
More likely he will go whistling back
to the campus and put to the tune
some such verses as appeared In the
Yale Ilccord of years ago under the
title "Owed to My Washerwoman:"
I promise tlieo that some day I will come
In answer to thy oft repented dm,
And In  thy eager hands I then will lay
The dollars ten I've owed Tor many a day.
T will not censure thee for rips and tears,
For e'en the sockg that now thy husband
wears.
Tea, some day In the dl.n futurity
I'll pay It all, I promise dice.
And so he will set the whole campua
laughing. If not to pa.\lng their bills.--
■**.  R  Kiiibre* ln Bohemian.
■    SHIRTS -
No stiff-bosomed shirt, no matter hovr
•well it fits, can ever g v the same comfort
tbat a soft bosom does   *'
With a Neglige, or Soft-bosom Shirt,
there is no binding across the chest—
nothing stiff or, uncomfortable to impede
your movements.
Tooke Neglige Shirts can be had cither
with plain or pleated bosoms in a big variety
of exclusive designs.        ,   .
They are made either with or vitliou.
attached cuff...
Shirts having attached cuffs are the mi*-*'
popular, and most convenient.
TOOKE BROTHER8, UMITED     -"' MONTREAL
rhosc
KEEPS OUT COLD
|H
«W.    N.    U.    No.    678.
-!
Wooden Almanacs.
Ah antiquary in "Chicago took a curiously engraved block of wood from a
case.,
"Here Is an original, almanac, a. Saxon ono," ho said. "The engraved figures on It all concern the moon. Tbey
forecast the new moons aiid full moons
and lunar changes. Tor the year; hence,
being devoted to lunar matters, tho
Saxon block was called an 'ai-mon-
heed/-or 'observation of all the moons.'
"From al-mon-heed our word almanac comes."
EDDY'S
IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING
IS ONCE  MORE  ON THE  MARKET.AFTEft A  LAPSE OF A>S«
MONTHS,  and  your wholesaler is   in   a   position   to  supply Ym <f.
quii-ements--in  what   Is  acknowledged *',to  be
THE   BEST   BUILDING   PAPER
TEES & PERSSE MflHrTED,'-'.Agents,
CALGARY    ■'-.       WINNIPEG EDMONTON
"Always—Everywhera  in Canada—Use   Eddy's   Matches."    ,
CARRIES  NQ   ODQR      [ THE L.EADEB, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  b'*-'(.k.i,,.>   --V-'dftQ  if-iHt *m  ���hri  ��'l oi ?,,,.,  nn.i ���  lining  - ADVICE' TO  WOMEN.  /- ���-      ��� ���      j      i.  How One May.. Grow Old Attractively  t and,Gracefully,   ��  Growing"old is not a" condition to be  dreaded,   Youth' Is delightful and full  of zest, but that,is uo^reason' why its  las. ���   ��� i       _.        ��� _���*     .    loss should be  bemoaned.   "A"wo'maa  ���druggist and inside of  two ,_,_��,���  ���., ,   '      *       '-,   --,.-���   ,, ���  High was stopped, and the   ^ho  W*.I,C5 ��a* >'al��V attractiveness  ermanent and rapjd 'that'  F3.*.---3J.t()' kwP it in our home  Mlimf"   -    a, ���.- ,     ,, ;���,   :  "       ' ROBERT PALEN,  e&eAm''  '"���"ig ne, T'      '   JW-MSw',.      ROBERT  5 r.lii-.fl!4V'!'-. fA^��@^.Ottawa.  Il1'   ''th*.'".-- ���Mv'-"' .f'"'l^M?S||*5??tP8ctorant ,is  'MS?-0;  -\twoSe  *^tf;  '. CJT  �����'*. ki-lii-**.  -,f Virpin'oij' '  ^ uk��i If,,',"'  uty.   i(i:  *"��h ilmi-';  J"��-V'iik ,--!��.��� Janj  -M>re)wreiltfc,,';l*dai3_  ing  ii it  e(,  recognized  jS^er as the  best" prescrip-  ��� igjl:* by' the medical profes-  fti's. ^Colds,-" Oroui), Brpn-  Tightness  of the  Chests  frit. -To introduce it, into'  fe/w;jdl,send> free-salmple  m^.-��s&n'tiPntlmg 'their  name  S.drc.fj^t'o^'.-Dr.; T. "-A, " Slocuih,  With each year she lives and at thirty  befar prettier, more delightful ani"en-  <ertahiliig thaifaf'twenty.' This" is the  work'lugof the eternal law of averages  that never "falls If;one will only, put It  Into, operation; _, Only one must understand the situation and the law and'1  abide ,by it accordingly, remembering  that there is no*gain,without1 loss and  t,hat,to/achieve one must work. '  "'"To grow old gracefully Is 'anart,- and  lo /step Into'middle age successfully is-  it triumph.  It'is women,who'do tills,of.  whom one heare.others .say she Is "bet-  '    Trf-i ���Vtf5S��s^.&��,rPss -the Chasm  separate heV  _'���*����  ?*?Sf  v broke htfii  ���  i W'��rt_&,  ���     KtSpS.  i"d Kii'r��-t����^ai-  Hy   buj*'rife-Ja'tr  '!t i; i!,^p*_5fc.  tt llii-'j- art Sift  >��'< jNils*.  '*���*'.   rsra^a  li.adi.' to J-SJfc     . __.  t��rc-id Iii'J3w_|S5SJ!  iiu-chilhi*j.|ftei!gg_jrfl  ���ohiuin-fe^-hkl  1 Kite Sm y. *- a*M  &^3-"doJ.plua|��ecI^i'  "*" ""     "'"fei."  ^iH^^'o  sort, o<  bridge *sh'o  ��gjr��ed ' her    across."-s-Phla-  , medicines*have come  Bickle's Anti-CoiiBump-  ..JrcontimieB ;to</ occupy. "a  jlila'cp.i among-l remedies' for  'j/colds,  and, asn a   preven-  "iy'oL-tho lungs.*. It is-a  nedlclne , .that  widen... its  ^usefulness' year." by   yeac'  Jin need of something  to'  If., of a cough or cold;- you  (better  than -try *v Bickle's  --���   -      ti..     ^ i  .y. "S:  >**  JgW-onto. ' Sojd  by all  up-to  :��JJ>egsts-iat-^2!>c.     ' .,    ,, j---.-,-- .   ,  '"      fjree.Sample Tb-'day-*- v- iST. 1?��^n? thau when,she'was a'girl"  j^gg~l.j 1 y, A ���,'- -,   or-Is "ever so mucli"-nlcer rtban-'when  she .was .young." ' Every woman may  be ;> this f tby. developing, attractions  "whlcharglrrcan never-hiive.' ��� .._'  ' The original mistake' that1 many" women make as they'feel their youth go-  ln�� Is to fall' to bring out, the next Bet  of, attractions. "Mere youth Is pleasing,  and because of Itraucli^ls overlooked,  condoned or Ignored. "She ls a pretty  girl," some one' Bays and.forgives Uie,  evidences,, of,' bad temper.-    (  But they wlU'admlre" more a woman  of'mlddle^ago,who7ias learned to-con-  trol^ber, teoiper and to show sweetness'  and' belfi control *when /youth-, would  liy' in to a 'rage.,1   ^ ',    '   '    .<��������'.,  * -. " i_- rr s t I  ^ A middle aged woman who has learned" f ro'm dife^aV'shVlia!' gone "on" Li; ln-  llnltely .,morc! attractive tlian a girl.  The'" former''lias galhecT"sweetness"and'L'  strength' In .trial. ' She' is mtire 'enter-  talhing.'has' more' tact,"morb  knowl  ss��  *-.  i    tarpon Tactics.  Wonderful Feats, Flights and Leaps of  > the'J Silver King.  ,In-'tbe big pass'tarpon can best be  caught from , near the  bottom of the  channel and should be fished for with  'fifty feet of line and a heavy sinker.  In-shallow >��� ivater  the tarpon  leaps  high  in /air the  instant  he  feels  the  hook, but In','tlie pass he often'/ fights  for a;minute*orjrwo before' coming to  the surface.", .\More "tliiiu* once when' I  had come to'fear.thnt my tarpon was  a  shark"- he has suddenly shot above'  tbe surface like a, bullet from a  gun  and in the first wild shake of.ihls bead-  thrown*, book and halt fifty feet lu the  air, and "one'even sent'a four ounce  leaden sinker flying over my head from  nearly twice that distance." Other tarpon   when   struck   came   straight   up  from the bottom, one grazing'our gunwale as  he rose and .another .leaping  'over the stern of the cauoe.   'As soon  as a tarpon was tired enough to let.us  IiulTthe canoe, beside him we removed  the hook from" his moiith 'and 'let" him  swim home'to his family.   It happened  once that a tarpon was less-tired thau"  we" hud "assumed.  On that occasion we  swam 'home, and he bad "'a good man  story to tell his friends.. - '        ,    , < -',  '  It hnd been counted a poor year for  tarpon, yet- In .fifteen consecutive days  of fishing we-, were 'fast to forty-four  He   Lives!       '   '      ���  -Name o' William Bloggs  ^?iAA���K>^��A�� ^B^rS^^B  p. C. XII  'ere? -     ,, t  Somewhat Battered  Lndv���Yus.  - P.C'XII.���Died 's moruiV 'orspital'  results o' ace'dent;   i^ '<�� ver 'usband  niuti��        ���        ;   ' *    "  Somewhat Battered Lady���_Mo;'wus3  luck, 'a ii'n't.���Then sketch.  last viriV\u A  oWl  a.'-liW.'  ;t flslii  _f���rif  fill  -London Opinion.  -,v I  vDS&n ldL^;JfI^^7g|^cbLD IN,ONE.-DAY^  lUE^TiiWMV/mATiVli .BROMO.. Quinine  e, pi'CBPr.^ ^^^  , ^^^,. ���c..-.-,_..,_  ��-.��, , f^^^a!J!l'I��!,'��?V.FuKei^8 refund mon,ey.if*  ^-vuiTv^l^jt-yil^w cure.* E. W.tGrove's-signu-  .vitli -.ihi^rSauto.'.is-fC.n/each' box.: 25c.     , A    - --  .>nat5.^^.\jj.^-j^s aKdog hang-its* tongue.  -���. i'i-,j|^ffi(fcSJti&c��l?loutti?" asked .the teacher:  ^^f'fvW^S^uiy boy,!' said the4 visitor  tO^liav w4aStomt��tJie*_| School 'Board  tofca  brighti  say, that a man becomes  h which he c'coiitinua.iy  \r    A . V '      * * ��� -,;  -7--;*" .--���- ,- -,���,*- --.-���������  Ions ideal;  JVeTbeen al^se *��f''Koy to please.^When*,a girl-  l"my life, and can't swim'   Phases Itjs simply In-the fact that she ,  Is a girl., But "with this same power in  an'1 "older-' woman", there"' Is knowledge  before which a.girl fades Into oblivion:  The. adven-uress 'InAa play rls".never/a  girl.. She ..is,i always a woman past  thirty 'years* of "age. "���"She" must baA'e  age','to'*be "clever, bufthe'mentar'abiil-  ly" which a woman of that" type turns  to bad purposes may. In one who Is.  honest and well, bred 'be used- for 'the  .best"-"ehds.  us-from  one  to j twelve - times.    This  'high -watermark of lw'ulye Jubi'ps was  made by  a'*tarpon  which* was stimulated to'bid-lati-r,efforts'by the presence   of   a   pursuing 'shark,   and   the  twelfth Jpiiip-w-as-a double   number.  There was commotion In,'the crimsoned  .water., new vigor at"ther*other('endf of  iny'llne; and it was nti'bour'later'wbeu ,  I .finally landed on a suud-bar a shark"-  iw'lth an.ajdenuanlc "stomach"' A.knire  .drawn across this distended organ disclosed, the tarpon .In sections; with the-  hook'still'rust'In his Jnw. and-enabled  the" camera . man ,r to ..jihotograph   together "the''1'subjects   be!., had  recently,,  photograiih'od" -separately.-     Although  this shark, was. only' orie-flfth' the^slze  -���nnnior. ^MookinrflJd/who held'up his    hand,  dA"N?l9&*arta   '^it of genius was in-his  -i- 'J^SShSPIease. sir/' cried the "pupil "'-'it's'  . his tail."' iv.      t        w,, .4 *  ires Dish  'e   Iteqn  rio .Bpecu'i1!!  sure thin?  ; Scratch.!  us itch on  ,in 30 ml*  Lotion.  gles.   '  .'0 boys'BSr  >i'ciil p\cS:-  wspnper  *o ycnrs.o.'  lots of *  led ns>'! f  the tWi-  'an hi I. top:  ��.;i��skrii  By ills e  write a  ������i of srltbi  r, he has  ���lent Bra  ���steel *viti  and blact         ���Ins.tlieTtff/g^  teacher groaned in anguish,  ilttgazine.' i'"-.-      " ' / '    ' =  -_;���* ~      : TT,��� i   ' .  ESS CANNOT BE CUREO ��  applications as tbey,cannot  ^diseased'portion of 'the ear.  jgrily one' way to. cure, deaf-  '".-ithat,is by constitutional  ���iDeafness" is 'caused1! bv.an  Forgone  thing,   she ' makes "- herself  ,helpful and'particular,   A certain carelessness lu dressing tliat in a girl.may  b'e .pictiiresqueriess  in  a .middle,aged  woman , Is 'slovenliness,  and one-,who  .wishes to look,and be herjbest.wUl not  give  way  to It   'It Is  a" mistake'to';  llilul. tharbecause one's balr-ls turn'-'  lng'gray liow It is done' up doesn't mat-  ter.V it mutters' a great deal/and es-*  peclal pains must be taken, to arrange  it/well  and   becomingly. ���.'"To"''try  to'  wear^the'same style'frock \ass youth'  !�����.   ....    ,-.        r- -������    does, Is .ridiculous .and "unbecoming"'-.*  fig"?1"";Of-*u"3" mucous lin-;/Gowns sulted"td":tbe middle-aged* fig-'  Eustachian Tube,   - "',��� ' ���   '  ^���^ntirely'V-closed, Deafness  "i^jand unless  the inflam-  'pe\ taken out and this tube  \ its t  normalV condition,"  1^ be',, destroyed, 'forever;  6ut's,,of *,ten are '"caused^'by  ^hich is .nothing 'buVan''in-  gndition' of, Ui'e.'*mucbu8;'-iur-  give - One/Hundred DollJirs*  se. of Deafness, (caused'-by  that cannot he. cured by  qr'rh .Cure.*.. Send, for circii-  ^HEN-EY>&rC0.,Toledo; 0-  ��byf Druggists,  75c,'   \  *-   .-:  all's, FamilyVPills'for  c'o.n  oa   hcadi;  w York,  j, taken a  ence and i��  cc* coin oils*  KX,nC. .1 ?"���.?iUbe''" ^--"n i "rerwill, notFmake,one lpot'older.,,They -  *-'-**-  "*      -    -  6-*  *      treme   contrast-v.call* attention, Tto ;thf,  fact tb'at"a woman ;is not a girl. Lltth-'  alrs/and/graces^of,"manner/that were ,  I)fcttj\ in/be glrl.'are elephantine lii'the '  ,jwoman."-Instead of tbese^th^re should^  'be a s-v-eet'*drgnlty/'pf mjinner,'!thaY'wilj'-  cliarm*aII.,v v'"-i    *'?-���>' *���" "',"'-'. ",' ".*'* . V  *k -    J       -I       r *    -At? i tl i      l - \3        i    f*n  %ahere/is absolutelyBno need to dread  <advancing' years if-only'-one, will' ad-,  yahce1' jvlth them in dress,-, habits (a'nd  customs."'" One's*' friends "are* getting  along also, and\all keep on together.  But every one, and especially a worn'-'  aa, should grow old attractively  and  not carelessly.   'To * be "too .particular-  about the1 neatness and detail of one's',  clothes,   that"they  shall   be perfectly,'  put together and becoming, is impossl-.  ble.    Too  many  women  are  careless  about,this,  and  it  makes .them   look  .horrid.    On the other, hand,  there is  nothing 'prettier in. the^ world than a  B\.eet and dainty, old_lady, and if* her  character and^miud aie sweet as well  she has more friends and deeper admiration thau ever fall to the*lot of a girl/  vof bur, big hammerhead, yet he, made  ' but' two "bites of hLi'vlc-tim.'Ti.y-*; .^, V  *Our work "at Boca Grande ended 'with  the'red' letter'cla.y, of-'the-season'of all  .'fleasoris.J-Ii was"fishing In the pass.with  fifty' rcr-t'of Jlne'*aud the'bait was'dl-  rectly^nnder \he canoe when,'a 'tarpon  struck fiercely/ quickly 'carried away'a  hundred ^more  Teet of  line and, then,  swam so swiftly toward us that i feared from' the';loosened line thaVihe had'  escaped.j,wT..en.f"_if,ty f(>et from the'canoe/there shot Into^the.alrfa^giaiit tarpon;', measuring, as'-we 'learned after-  .ward.-'nn even seven feet!    Up.'up.'up.  he.rose uhtUthe.camera seemed to be  .pointed i ut the'ze'iilth. and" before the  .rattled/cameru man'; could get.h'ls aim  the'silver king "had- turned gracefully  ..In the air and was'plunging'downward.  sTho captain swears,that he saw. swing/  Ing clear'of the, water, the ribbon which  .maiked twenty-five feet o'n the line" as,  .'It'hung plumb" down from the tarpon.  jr/Once*;! gave my own^estlmate.'of.the  ,height/1of*th'e *4ump" to   a 'group-.of >  /.friends ' ana/ after'' a   glance, a.t- their  'grieved expresslons^appealed tdlthe one?  -of most experleifce- on* the-.coast .and  with .1 lie ,tarpon.1 ���!- After 'a single* "mo-  /merit of hesitation he reninrkechflrmly:  V' "H"e0'flsherin'cn  must/stand^together."'  I believe tbe story."���A.'\V. Dimoek In  Appleton's.        4     .-    '        .     \'        ;  udows existence with the, cloud of .depression. One way to d'ifcpel the vapors',, that heset- the victims of this  disorder. isvto order them a course bf  Parmelee's ."Vegetable Pills,'' which arc  among the"best*vego'tablo"pills known,  being easy to take and are most efficacious' in their action. ,��� A trial ' of  tliem.i"v.ill-prove.this.'       ���-    >   ,  -..   ���_ j.7 ��� ;/ ' -��� V I."-"  ' D, Quiz^Did^.yoii get home before  the storm,broke last night? ' " ,  De Fiz���Ofvcourse;' the storm never"  breaks at'my* house until J get home.  --Pittsburg, Leader. -n.     ,, �� -'   .  BABY'S. WELFARE AA -a��� /.'-  i,1;���. a .MOTIiER'S.���CfiiEE CARE  '   The, one/chief desire of-the mother  is  that her little ones. __ha-l  he henl-  thy..,bi-ight and'good natured.   Every  mother, can keep hor children in' this  condition if she'will, give them an oc-,  casional-rlose of'Baby's 'Own Tablets.  These'Tablets cure 'colic,"indigestion,  constipation; diarrhoea, teething troubles and the other little 'ills -of childhood.  Mrs. E.'Le Bnm,,Caiilloh, Que.,  says:���"Baby/s". fOwn    Tablets' -have  been, of igreat'value to my baby. ,' I  have used, them "to regulate her stomach and'.bowels, and for teething and  always with.the best of results." Sold  by, all."medicine   dealers  or  by. mail  'at 25c a"'bo.t from'The Dr. Williams'  Medicine 'J pp., Brbckville/ Out. '  PITFALLS  OF ENGLISH.  Our Puzzling Language and Its Word*  of More Than One  Meaning.  Of ail modem languages English la  undoubtedly  the most difficult to,acquire.     In   addition   to   the   ordinary,  pitfalls of forms aud idioms that entrap the foreigner struggling for mas-,  tery of a Bti-ange tongue, there Is, one  so' peculiar to ours that nothing evea  remotely similar presents Itself In any  other   language,   whether   ancient   or  modern.       3  This is ' the paradoxical word, the  word which has two meanings diametrically opposed to each-other. It Is  not enough that, with all the wealth"  of words borrowed from half a score  of other languages, we must impose a  double and often a multiple burden on  some poor little monosyllabic word  like i'get," for instance, whose,meanings are legion. Our-language must  needs confound the .student at the  gates with the' paradox. To give a  few examples: "  The,, word "let" means to "allow"  or' "perinl." , and likewise to "pre-1  venr," "hinder" or "refuse," meanings  diametrically opposite. "I will let you  do ,lt" in the former, sense is hardly  more' common in use than tbe phrase  "without, let or hindrance," and  Shakespeare has It, "By heaven, (Ml  make a ghost of him that lets (pre*-!  \-cnts) me!"  "Cleave" means to split asunder as  well as to "adhere" or "bind" closely.  Scott-i makes Marmlon' threaten to  "cleave the Douglas'. head," .while  holy writ" enjoins upon the husband to  "cleave unto his wife." ���     , / . "  Another example is ."lurid," .which  means/both a "dull red',' and also a  "pale green" hue. .tints tbat are exactly opposed, ln''the scale,or color. While  the former Is the more torn mon'mean-'  Ing, the '.latter Is more 'scholarly correct/as "the word Is derived through  the, Latin vfrom*(the Greek adjective  meaning ."greenish hued." *' '-  ..Again,* we have -'fast"' A 'horse  thaT Is���fast" may.be In rapid motloa  or standing tied stock still., In.either  sense,; whether/of motion, or Immoblll-.  ty, the'word emphasizes the Idea.  Examples Jof, this' .bewildering pitfall of'our tongue might be multiplied,  .Indefinitely. It may, ber said of the'  English speakiDg world as It was said1  of the old Romans���that their supremacy  is due, to the  fact that  they ,do 1  PONT YQU  KNOW  ISSfnFlS^lu^^iSS.lS.DECIDEOLYIN.  JURIOOS TO THE  NERVOO^^ar^fiia  if  ���n  IS REFRESHING AND HEALTHFUL ?  LEAD PACKETS ONIY "JC^^"^, ����� ATAUQROCER"  , Japan's  Small Trumps.  While we fight with the full strength  and value of the latest accouterments  ���of war. the Makaki  fight with a completeness of Information and skill, personal snerifice and1 a smile as, imperturbable and unreadable as that'of his  own   Dui-butsu  at'Kamakura,   Writes  Eugene   Francis- In   Army  and   Navy  r^fo.  The Makaki soldier I* not wasteful of anything.'not even of bis cour-  age.'   Ills  valor  Is  splendid���and  discreet, ilie does uot  "hare  h!-g.breast"  to the enemy's shrapnel'When nothing'  is io lie gained hy It. .Rather he'gets  under   cover,   thereby' preserving   his  life,and services for hts'emperor.   And  'in j��*-"t such n moment of enforced' In-  nctlo'n   yoii   would   find   him. Intently  studying the enemy's game.  Just so Is  his Imperial  head .studylug today the  gigantic chances of  a-.game   with -us  and In the scheming diplomatic3 wuy of  Japan is playlug out'small, trumps to  locate the position of the bowers.  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" ���  a culinary Wrinkle.  not have to learn their own language--  YEAST-.IS., A   PLANT.  ^Th*s   Art   of   Properly   Cooking   a-Virginia Ham.' .  1 Select a ham, not too large, that has  been cured at least two years'.   Remove  the sacking; scrub tbe bam with a still  But   It'Can   Be .Seen   as"   Such . Only    brush in^ cold water'tlll perfectly' clean,  - ./Benevolent '.Olclj.-Gentlernan-^Don't  you find a 'sailor's"'life'V very^danger-  ous one? A'} A. . \ xir . ."- . i  ' Old'Salt���Oh; ves, sir/ But;'_fo,rtur.-  atelv," it ain't often we, gits into "port.  '^Pun'ch.1  ,���"'-/'�� -    yi   -   ,  -^'Min^rd'siLinimant'cures Colds,' &C  i,  *    ^ '"_ ' 1���^ '���"'''*     -  r"   t'.F*  '      '  ,     i      f -     1   ,        . * !fl ** * ' ��.. r  * ' '  - First Actor���I understand, the^aud-  ience'last'night wasVerj- cold.."<f,\ At  Second-r'Actdr-T-^They-: w^revat'^vfirst.  but" when' thev- began" to '"recollect that |  they 'had "paid "igood .money .to* see/the  show thev got hot.���Illustrated'Bits.";*  . -___���..��������...       ,i  ���      -'. -a ���-      ,  old, is ��4?.&fcYx��f B(jRN .SOLDIER.  , BeiigflH'i'W^^'^f^                ,  :an  Conic-S^MaJfliiJGeneral-  Stuart,' -the"'Dashln  k:ra./j.tS#'   Cavalry  Leader.     - *      ,     ���  [-^Mi-iW^.Oeueriii;1.!. E^B/Slfiart o'f.th  th-c  sit^^derate cavalry  was ii soldier  by  I^^^St^shlug aud'.during, JVool* l.n.  |t^^race��of du tiger, he was one bf, tho  ���Mf^^^^nd   picture^.|iie   Hgiirus  of   the,  lllljglljgr,.-   II. B.*.McClellan quotes-In   iia/Ca"       '    Owing tofe6^  the Pariitf __  ���y, tlio n^ffcte:  ions," belo:  so' ruflJam:  ' ' their   b:  an  all   tin  lucklc   dels was fo;  k.. Now, il  p and ��  iMh'e was" still aPWest Point  Til   bls.dNiiiigulHhlng.cbarac-  fivhlcb wore st'rk-t attention to  fejuty; erect.-soldierly bearing:  ^OTe'and almost thankfu. accept-  ^n challenge to tight 'from any  " io migbt-foel  hifhseir^ In any(  H^-rleved   and .a'-clenr,   ringing'  er hovr  comfort  Shirt,  chtbl���  impede  d cither  virsei-f  w-ithout  he mo*'  ���1TREAU  -To. Clean.,FeIt  Hats.   ' '  Felt bata'of light color may,be clean-  ed with black-magnesia, fuller's earth  or laundry starch'.' , Always remember  to rub>and_brush with,the nap.  Dust_or finger marks may be removed from light colored wpqlen goods by  rubbing with tbe nap with bread.  If, the marks are obstinate, sprinkle  a little salt on theni/then rub with thfe  brend.'�� _  , Laces maj be dyed 'to match material of any color by^ using a reliable  dye "aud following carefully the dlrec-  llous supplied with It.      '  feathers may be freshened by shaking them over the fire, on whlcli a little salt has been thrown. This fluffs  them out and makes tho ends'curl under. If more curl Is desired, the filaments should be drawn over n dull  knife blade.  Feathers may also lie washed or  dyed by the exercise of a little care  und patience.  Velvet that ls  wrinkled  or crushed  may be restored hy steaming <or may  bo   made   Into   "mirrored"v velvet   by  h.^-'-sB" .Ironing wlth'a  moderately warm Iron  fJ$*iP'cr0  llIs   lnst   wor,,s ,on  tllc    on the right side and lu the direction  Sl>!t'--"!'.        r 1,e s,ll(1' wltl1 Ul�� lnf ,lle l)il0 or "I'- "  ..   ^. Silks and ribbons should be steamed  ���ind stretched between tbe hands.       .  When "Dramrners" Come Easy.  At the Playprs'-i.cluh In New Vork  one evening then* 'whs-a guest from  out of, town, n playwright well known  for his extraordinary, facility, in turning out the, alleged '"dramrners" that  do the, "teu-twenty-thir't" circuits. It  Is no uncommon thing-for this producer lo grind out five or six of his  plays annually.  Some one innocently asked the playwright If it.was rather difficult to Surf  new Ideas for his plays.  "Bodily I don't know,"-wns the frank  answer of the man wbu has made  thousands of dollars rioui his "drain-  tners'"    "I have uever tried It." .__ _.  - The> publisher of the, best Farmer's  paper in the Maritime; Provinces in  writing  to  us  states: . "    ," i  , "I wotdd say that,! do not know of  a.medicine that has stood the test of  time like MINARD'S LINIMENT./It  has been an unfailing remedy in our  household ever since I can remember,  and "-has outlived dozens of would-be  competitors and imitators."  IMfwas a most cheeritil soldier  linear"  voice  or  his  was  often  Biuglng bis'favorite war song:  JSypu want to have a good time,  .  JfTOMthe cavalry. *.   Courageous   attitude   wns   held  ���l^Ml|?'JJ/CI*-y ctul-   Ile  wns wounded  |&b^iiWls|oI  ou  the battlefield.   As  he  inra"Jra^��c��rriBd "ivny ,,e ,1*otIcet, thc  ^?gfS��nfeed   ranks   of   his   retreating  |3"1M|i|W' be <-'nI!ed out "Oo hack'  ^DopfMr^luty a.s I have done mine:  ^fi_SS*lk'#,d rather ote than be whip  M^iilrage:  sgplng fast now.  Our'Cemetery   In  Mexico.  "Though very few people are aware  of the 'fact," said an nrmy officer the  other day, "tbe United States government owns and  maintains' a  national  cemetery  In   Mexico.     It Is  located  nt  San  Cosine.', near .the City  of Mexico,  and was purchased nnd-.established Jn  .the year t_S50  for the purpose of interring the-rcmains of the soldiers**bf  the  United  States  who. died* or were  killed In'thatvfcinlty'durlng-the war  with .Mexico,'and also forthe'purpose  of*interring .the-bodies of citizens,of  tbe  United  States   who have died   In  that  vicinity since that peliod.    The  existence of this cemetery  was ford  bly recalled lo the minds of the officers  of the war department recently by ttit-  receipt of a  requisition  from  tho  superintendent amounting to $-10 for the  payment .to the government of Mexico  for expenses Incurred In connecting the  cemetery With the sewer system or the  city."���Washington Star.  Sllfrli.Iy- Tnjiffiert.  The Cow Moose (petulantly)���Why  were you so long coming, dear? Didn't  you hear'my call?  The Bull MqOsc-V.Mj darling, I'd  know your sweet voice anaoug a thousand, but���er���you know "those pesky  huatei-3 put up some mighty close Imi-  taflous nowadays.���Puck.*   .  '   . Ac.iulrt'.l  Tn.-r-it._.  "Mn." said .the small son of a pugilist,  "pa isn:t a natural born fighter, is he?"  "Of course he is,." replied the mother.  "Why do you think he isn't?"  "Oh," replied .the, young hopeful, "I  heard-Mr. Neighbors, say he 'acquired  the. knack since * he married you]"���  Boston Transcript.       0  With the'Microscope.  - Yeast, is a'small plaut-which,can be  seen only* with the aid of< the "microscope,, says' Good Health."'.There'"are  two.varieties, 'wild and' cultivated, for  .these tiny plants can be improved  through cultivation, as larger'.plants  can be. >;   ' V *   .'       . ~   V  , " Firms which make yeast , for tha  market must'grow these plants quite  as. carefully/as* 'the. florist grows, his  flowers. Care must be/taken,that/they  do not"beco*me mixed with other varieties; therefore destroying the culture.  '/in some .laboratories, where yeast Is  'grown-two separate buildings,are kept  for this'purpose. These 'are'both care-'  fully disinfected, and if It 'is found"  that the .yeast becomes* contaminated  In one building"the culture Is started  anew and the other building previously  disinfected before.moviugjnto it.  This plant, like bacteria," 'requires  warmth, moisture and'food. The materials out of which tbe bread Is made  * should always be warmed,, and the  dough should always be . kept In a  warm place. Thc temperature most  favorable Is about that of the body, a  little less than 100 degrees.  [ " There Is always considerable * moisture in bread and plenty of food .for  the plant The food which it requires  is sugar.. This it obtains from the  wheat, there being some sugar in the  flour, and more sugar ls also formed  from the starch.  As the yeast plants' feed upon sugar  they break tt down into two * substances, alcohol aud a gas known as  carbon dioxide or carbonic acid gas.  As the gas Is formed it is held by the  gluten, which is_a very elastic substance. When the bread is put Into the  oven the heat expands the tiny bubbles of gas, causing the bread to rise  or to become much lighter. The alcohol formed, * being ra volatile product,  passes off Into the baking. .  Then put the ,haln to soak, skin side  ���up. in eu.jugii,eold water to,cover'It to.  the depth of four'or five incbes,,leaving it, to soul, twelve 'hours, changing  water once. ."���.',''     * ( * -  .  .'In the morning remove the hkm  irom' tlie,j water; wipe, Tt 'thoroughly'"  clean with a coarse, damp cloth;'put,  it'.Iu.a "big ham boiler. ,skin side up,'  over a slow (ire. with enough cold, w-.-  ter/to,"cover it several Inches: add"��.  large Spanish onion, cut in balvesVa'  large Mexican'pepper, three bay leaves/  a big'leinou cut In halves.-three *-table-  spooufu.s pf1 tarragon* vinegar aiHtwo*  tablespooufuls of eider vinegar.- . ,  Cover( the kettle and let 'the h-t-n  cook very slowly-tili.the flat.boue m_-y  be easily removed by just touch'ug it  with a fork Let, the, ham get nearly  cold in the water iu which It was boii-  ArRevivaI  in .the Swine   Industry'  - While" the   swine ���> ra'sing ''industry /  has been in. some -quarters resting "on    ,"  its oars  and in others showing posi-'-,  uve   retrogress:on,   the  ' Live"' Stock'  Branch at Ottawa has been getting out    "  a   revision, ol,bulletin!. No. IO, .'.'The * '  Production  of  Bacon for the British'"*  Market." -This   booklet'in,, its  first.  edition  received  such  a  call   thafoV '*  .very latge editipn  became exhausted,'*   '  before the demand was satisfied, i The ' ���-  call  for''cop*'es; during the late sum-''  mer and autumn month's fell away to. '  some extent, but the renewal of inter-V .>  est  and  hope in  the  bacon industry'  , ,  is  showing'itself yery strongly m a   ,'  lequest   from   many   quarters   of   the  Dominion for more information upon - '  the   question pf _s\vin'e  raising.     Foi- \ '*'  tunately. the  new,,edition  is  off  the'  press and'ready for distribution.'.   /   x   ���  ��� -Jhe bulletin '"n its revised form will    -  scarcely  be  lecognized.-VIn  addition  to an almost complete new% set of il-'  lustrations, which are much'better at--'   '  ranged   than   in -the.'   "orme'r    issue,  much new matter    has   been  added.'/.���     ,   .-,  Careful treatment'has been given.the       ' '' A\  yital"question of housing, and in this/ f> , ,   /il  connection a number of plans of mo- - V"'-' './fl  dern;  approved  piggeries',   are    illus-;.. .��>/ \9  grated "and  described.. ,The "economV ,'--'-  AlM  ical   utilization  of  daily   by-products   -. '~M  ���that maig-n-upon, which'; profit' in*-; -V* *ffl'  the-industry'so    much    depends���is''��� ��� '"-"''&'  ed; then carefully lift ir out, place.it ih,  /a dripping .pan. remove ,.the skin carefully, score the fat over "the top In diamond shapes, sprinkle with sugar,  place It in a moderate oven und let it  brown over the top. Then put it where  tt will cool.  Do not cut the ham until the second  day after it has been cooked.  sacrifice of, bleeding stock that'took  place   during-'-the' past   autumn   has  already  commenced  to   show "'itself.'  It is safe to predict that with the" re-*  turn of spiing.with its pasturage and  renewal   of   supply   of   dairy, by-pro-  duets, together with  the  shortage  of  market,   stock,   a   demand   for   swine  greater than has been for many years,'  I will, be experienced.     To   furnish information   that. will, be     desired     at   '  such' a time Bulletin No.  10,.revised,  edition , has  been prepared.    Copies'  may   be secured free by making" ap-"  plication to the Live Stock Commissioner,   Ottawa. ���    ' ��  ri  BEAUTY  HINTS:  Cod's  will   !*���  HEAT  ^MBUSC0uehs. Extremely!  Ji��;'couehs:   Coughs that |  ��-��ilfl^68itear the throat and  llFSil��Couehs that shakc the i  #B^K0dy*   Y��u need a rc��u-  te?II��^?^i^inc* a cl��ctor's medi-  CPIfWfe such a couch. Ask ]  lltel��fetor about Ayer's;]  'PflS^WPcctoral. Jl  A Ftfe  The Popular Hostess. >  Makes you feel individually that you  ire the favored guest.    -  Makes you feel perfectly at home.  She sees everything and yet possesses  the art of seeing nothing.  Slie never looks bored.  Sho knows how to get congenial peo-  'ple together.  Shu knows how to keep conversation  ttlwa.s going.  She never lets "any one be slighted or  overlooked.  She knows when to ask the amateur  musician to display his or her best talents.  She -Is perfectly unselfish about her  ���*u-u itowha. :'i: .,'.';   ./;���'���.���'  y��ur "t^i  *"*��� PubUih our foraiulM  9  W�� b��nl��h -..eohol  ISA. ��   ^        Wo ur*�� -TO" to  h^rw   \J os-milt jrour  d-etor  I5'   kAyiSf^Aycr's Cherry Sectoral cannot  )N  ^^ShSSSSP*^ C^crry ������r*i cannot  f^^*?E9!?jW>4 '�� the bowels are con-  doctor if he knows  ifiirffl... -"." L" Ayer's P'Hsforcor-  ^M?4^"'shncss o' the liver.  ����$&.**** 0o*> "tFowc-ii.'-tu-is,-  &�����;.,. ���  ���        ��� ��� ���������  ���'Advice. *������  '.'What ;wou!d you do." asked the excited politician, "If a paper .ihould.call  you. a liar and a thief?"  "Well," said tbe lawyer, "If I wero  you I'd toss up a cent to see whether  I'd reform or lick the editor.''  f  Delightful  Japanese   Hotels.  Run-lug   thi'   bath   and   perhaps   the  beds:   .Isipiiiiixe   liotels   arc   delightful  VII during jour stay  in Ihoir spotlo&s  pivi'lncts ymi arc made to fool that you  in* an   hundred   guest,    .lapauesc etl-  piette is lavished upon you. and when  ,*.ou   di'pait   you   are  always   given   n  inkeit to  icmeniber vonr visit, usually  ���i  white, coarse cottou towel with blue  .ilctines [irinti'd on it.    Vou must thank  .'he little maid   for this  with  an elah-  ���irate    bow    ��hen   .vou    go.    and   thu  chorus of'"Sayo  .Varus"  from  all  tho  hotel   force  gut bored   In   Iho  doorway  will seem to have in it not only the regret   of'goodby   ns   vie   interpret   tbe  words,   but   the   deeper  feeling   winch  they really mean, "ir it mn-*t tie that  we must part."���Travel .Magazine.  An Antique Die.  While ancient coins arid medals are  numerous, the only genuine antique  die known' seems to bei that found at  Tel |el Atbi-ib.V Egypt, in 100-_. Pro:  fessor C. Zenghelis reports that.this  is of bronze, two and a half inches  high and six ounces in weight, dates  froin 430 to 322 B. d. aud theViase Is  eugraved with the owl of the Athenian  tetriidrachma pieces. Tbe alloy secias  .-.     ���    _      ,    . _.- to have consisted of about 75'per cent  Never Touched H.m. of copper  anil 25  of  tin.    The  die is  '-Does., t .begging make you  asham-    ovl(lenco of- -great  uletuJhlI.gIcal  skilI,  ./��� ,. , u   ���';.��������� . the   unusual   proportion  of  tin   being  "Sure.   Ifyou knew how stingy some    11GC(?ssni.}.  for-hardne88>  whIle the exs  men  were you  would be ashamed of | trerae        ,ty of ^       fl  being human."--Philadelphia Ledger. .    Uie np.cessary maileabillty.  Serious  For  tho   Middies.  The question of graduating expense-?  has become an hicrwi-slngly serious one  to midshipmen at Annapolis'.    In n letter to a fiiend one of the members of  the class of  'SO.  which  Is soon  to be  graduated, writes: "I  had no Idea that  graduating was so expensive.    I  have  Just  ordered   my  necessary   outfit     It  cost   $1,000,   and   there   are  still   Incidental  expenses to be met In connection   with   my   graduation   which   will  amount    to    several    hundred    more.  Many  of my  6lacsma.es  toll   mc   that  their bills are even heavier, and I think  only a few of the members of the class  have   been   able   to   save   much   from  their salaries to anticipate these bills.  We are all wondering hou* we are going to meet  them."     Under  the  regulations of the Xnval academy the paymaster reserves ���>" from the sahuy of  each midshipman each month in order  that he may haie "an amount available" to  meet his graduation expenses.  This  provides,   however, only  n   little  over $300 at the end of the four year  course.���New Voik Tribune.  Progress.  The - martyr cannot be dishonored.  Every lnsh inflicted ls a tongue of  flume, every prison a more Illustrious  abode. Every burned book or house  enlightens the world. Every suppressed or expunged word reverberates  through the earth from side to side.  It Is the whlppcr who Is whipped, the  tyrant who Is undone.���Emerson.  Graveyard of Asiatics.  The northern territory Is tbo grave-  I yard of Innumerable Asiatics, who enter by way of the gulf of Carpentaria  lu quest of gold. Death from thirst  and starvation accounts for thousands.  The few who survive return to China  to spread the fame of Australia's relentless  solitude and hunger  tracks.  Usual   Result.  "Well," asked the motonuan. "did  you manage to collect your little bll'  from that conductor'-"  "Xo," answered the disgusted pas  sengcr. "I got tired trying to collect  It at "his house, and tbe other day 1  caught him on his ear."  "What'did he do?"  "The same thing as usual���put mo  off."  Long, straggling hairs which give an  appearance of roughness to tbe eyebrows may be^ temporarily removed  with tweezers or permanently by 'elec  trolysis.  . ' If the hair' Is* hopelessly oily, good  results can be obtained by powdering  It occasionally. This must be carefully  done, as if the powder is allowed tb  get .on . the scalp instead of being  brushed thorotignly on tbe hair ft will  clog the pores.1 Not enough powder  must be used to show, only sufficient  to absorb the oiliness.  A dry skin will chap lh'.�� weather  unless massaged ofteti__witb_a_ good  skin food.or cold oreaiu.~"Th"e"m5ssage  stimulates the oil glands to perform  their natural work, while the cold  cream supplies what natural oil is  lacking. The face should always be  carefully dried after washing it. as the  water Is drying to thu face.  No dressing stand Is complete without half a lemon put there fresh every  day. A few drops of the Juice much  diluted makes au agreeable mouth  wash; rubbed over the face, followed  by an application of cold cream. It Is  bleaching. For the on lis it ls excellent  and Is used by thrusting the finger tips  Into the pulp. They should be washed  at oirce and then lightly rubbed with  cold creiun.  It is Known Everywhere.���There is  not a city, town or hamlet in Canada  where Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is1  not known���wherever introduced it  made a foothold for itself and maintained it. Some merchants may suggest some other remedy as equally  beneficial. Such recommendations  should be received Avith doubt. There  is only one Eclectric Oil, and that is  Dr. Thomas'. , Take nothing else.  11 n  it,  "VI  ** .   il  v   *<-*[  , *��� r  ��� ���_  Judge���The next person who'interrupts the proceedings of this court will  be expelled from the room. .  Prisoner���Hoo-ray ! " Whoopar-ee.  :NTow,   lemme  go.'���Pittsburg    Leadei.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT removes  all h-ir-l, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes, from horses, blood Bpavin, ' curbs,  splints, ringbone, sweenev, stifle3, sprains, sorts  ���nil swollen throat, coughs, etc. Suve $50 by  use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful   Blemish   Cure   ever   known.  Discovering  Mexican Towns.  The federal government, In view of  the fact that there,is not a single map  of the republic containing ail the towns  Sorrow   of It.  MIggles���I see by the papers that  your new book has made you famous.  Scribbles���Yes, but it's a questionable brand of fame, after all.  Miggles���How's that?  Scribbles���My creditors are constantly soliciting my autograph on a check.  ���-Detroit Tribune,  j and ranches of the different districts,  j has decided on tho creation of the So-  I ciedad Geograflca Exploradora, whoso  members are traveling throughout  the republic drawing up plans of  tho different districts visited by them.  Yery curious occurrences are reported.  It is said that members of tho commls-  fclon when exploring woods and valleys have discovered towns of from  100 to 500 inhabitants tbe existence  of which was unknown, these people  living completely isolated from the  rest of the world.���Mexican Herald.  Real  Genius.  /That .artist's a. real, genius," remarked the admirer.  ''No," answered Miss Cayenne; "he  can't be n real genius, or people  wouldn't be- saying, so many complimentary things about him before he is  dead."- .   '     . .  Solicitude. I  "Do you think the country Is safe?"     '  "Certainly,"    answered   Sir.    Dustln  *  Stax.   "AVo big Investors are drav\ln.g j  dividends tbat make it incumbent on ' locks at Gatun. on tho Atlantic side,  us to insure the country as thoroughly j one lock at Pedro Miguel and two at  as possible."���Washiucton Star.     " I La Boca, on thc Pacific slone.  The   Panama  Canal.  The total length of the  Panama canal will he about forty-six miles.   The  depth  will  vary  from  thirty  to  forty-  five  feet.   The  surface  width  will   be  ! from  200 feet in Culebra cut to 1.000  ' feet from the Gntun locks to San Ta-  I bio, a distance of fifteen   miles and a  J half.   The summit level will  be about  j elghty-flvc feet above tho level  of the  sea and will bo reached  by a flight ot  Superstitious Golfers.  The two chief golfing superstitions  nre that two' up nnd five to play never  wou a match and I hat it is* iiulmeky to  Win the lirst hole. It is hard'-to say  "filch Is the sillier of the two.-Loudou  Mall.    ���,'  There is Oaiy One s  t'Bp&maKQumln&'y  That is   V,  Laxative Bs*ome Quinine  fill  11*1  it*  mm  ��� ".it*-";. 'J'''."'1  ..'.������S&*>--'-r-:il  Wi    N.    U.i   No.   678.  One lie  must  he  thatched  with'another, or : It ��� will  soou  ruin  through.���    f������   fJ,,.  Owen. ��� for   this  USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IH OUE DAY.  Always   remember   the   full   name.     Look        __C /"Jt ")Jt  signaturo   on   every   box.    25c.  Srrr&rt* I   (.  /*_  t:  . *.  <"C I'?  ii  > h.'lt  : a..-'  Ml I'H  v   c.r.  ''_,��*        * J  >!���-.   ���'  1  a  il-  ...  ; "i  I-'  '  ' k"''  S'i'tiA  SS ';   .'   *���' -  .W;;v  *    . . f7 , , 7.'-l\,1-  -'���>-", 4       **    *-fi\���,,  ���*-   f. ,^A&*\$-^'i>  "���' ^^if/m^hih_ ,.j*t^sr.''ii,   ,$ J  ��ip��iv  gp,-*:*"*.,,',  /��  Me.. S  i -efjiifi-  i'f'XL  v1'-.   'f1'  ���tr  If'rt  1/  |-_,!-  ; i t  Am  ���*"���--' rf��fc? j    -���"  1**ife*'**'*.,lt'' *  . tpflf DjiMt i   *  ���   \iiS !_*- I1'' i*  .-'Ajiife ���.;-��-   i  -Si fJ;.\jJ.  ���V,  .,  lit-., iMr;  ''"ifc *.  *     ...   F  f'1 I  L- F.*- ' -,* *  IV  >*��� '  I  ?''  &>&44&lF*$^'L  THE MOYIE LEADER,  .Pi lblished iu tin; luierest of the people  oi Aluyie and East Kooteuay.  *   .   .|     .. -,t ... ,  V. 3   SMYTH. I'uBrjjSHUji.  ___5___9IR_=5-.^-,  SATE. OK iVBSCUIMlOS.  ^ io'tea-  ..t*.<��  SATURDAY, MAR.   7,  190S.  Sail another" fcign uf spring, is  ' tha dry'goods ad ' underwear one-  i  ,     i i.   -...    i     ' * -��� *-  Laif off."   '  There should be no room for the  anarchist on  the American con-  ,it *    .1 2 ���' ��        f    ~      J"- '  linent.'  And it c&mo to pas��s that there  was. a landslide in New Crunswick  un  th��?3.-d. ,   ,'  J.�� Not Crowd ilte   Souau.  r . .      -, - - .  3*11�� first warm days pi spring  bring with them a desire to  f.et  ouC and enj iy the e*chilirafcin_j au  and     sunshine.     Cuildren     that  hkve been  housed  up all  winter  ire brought out and you  wonaer  *vhere they all came  from.    The  lieavy yi'iuter clochiug  is  thrown  -t^iJo   and    mauy -,shed     their  Qanuels.', '.Then     a    cold    Tvave  . i -fin    ,".._    ��    :,' L     ���  comes and people a��y that grip  i��  epidemic, fcoldi at' this 'Be-anon  are even more diiugerous than iu,  mid-wintor, as there is ^uch  danger of ' pneumonia. .Take  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,  however, and you will have nothing to fear. Itjihvays cures and  we have never known a cold to  result in pneumonia when it was  used. JG is pleasant aDd safe to  take, 'children like ic. For sale  be The Moyio, Drug & Stationery  Company.' ,  = l   fHE UEADRR, MOYIE. BRITISHCOLUMBJg  |Moyie  ^Co-Operative  f Association, Ltd.  *"~T-  Two man that should always be  fdends: tha 'proaipector and the  xn in with money.  Prince Edward's Island is .well  V.rspi'ei'ented ia Moyie.   There 'are  'mid to be  76  persons here, from'  "The Garden of the' Gulf."  -    King    Edward   smokes   cigars  ' -   . 11     -   ���> - .     L  "eight inches in  length,* and ��� they  cost him' 50 cents  an inch.    It  is  ;  1 -- i    - '' -  j -, . ��� - i'  awfully expensive to be a king.  A Bold Step  3to oTe-tStofs 'the well-gnranded kind!  ra3-8on-.blo objections 'ot tha mora li^tol-  ���iaent to the use of secret, medicinal com-  ponnds, Dr. R. V. Pierc-s, of Buffalo, N.  iT., some timo ago, decided to make a bold  departure-irom the osaal coarse, pars-aed  by the makers of pntr-np medicines for domestic use, and^so h&s published broadcast and oHeitTy to the whole world, & full  "-etid comv��i'4'13^.-<.f *^t- J&*. ingredirats  ^terlfig iny^ecomposIfWnrii ld�� widely >  celebrated faidlcmes. Thus ho has taken  his njiineroos natrons and v patients ^nto  ^iS fiSttiona_*fence.'*TbTis too he has re-  movecy-ii?/medlcines from among secret  nostrviWof'doubtful merits,"and-<made  themi*.C7i.��iic3 of Known ComposttUmu  A   PUBLIC   MEETING-  Jk *, A ******  yRwill be, held in the Union - Hal. ' on Mop-day ^  jriv evenincr'at 7 p. m, All shareholders and those in-/ft  <>Tv terested in co-operation are invited to attend. -A-/!^  ^fr special invitation is extended to" the' ladies'.of ^ie^C  v!v town.    Questions may be asked. , V.  ^ '*.;,.  '' '  .* ���������".- --���:������/*��� v '  ..ot only does the vrr^iipcr ot every tspltlo  "of Dr. Pleicc's Golfieu Mouical Discovery, tao  'i-amoii!. tn3<llcii-3 for weak stomach, torpid  liver or biliousness and all catarrhal diseases  P i  .Morphine sets for ladies, in  the  i  " ���      . i. i   -* .. . r  idisgitise of card cases, are on sale  in *New .York's  leading ' jewelry  t     .  ��      "j       ,   . c , .      *.      j.  bfcores. and, they   range ia price  from $135 to $300.    Many   of the  * "'Smart  rSat'  klaves to'the'drug  in    that city  are  .  i ���' ..  ' -An Optimist will bore one to  " death talking of his success and a  pessimist will'give"one ,the blues  talking of his failures. It's best  to avoid both and seek the* com-  panionship of some agreeablef f el-  '    <    I    *'  f <' '.   '     ' a'f  low who wul .listen while you talk  yourself. ,          - V    ���,    �����, ."  : , >��-.   'n  People are already making  en-  >     <���    \     , , v .      .,  quirie3 about IVLoyie real estate;  aad from present  indications  the  ��*i l       �� 1 - ( , . 1 r* I   i .  town will enjoy another building  i ��� i   .   ' ��� .  boom this year.    The people  now  realize that Mojie is a permanent  camp, ind that a  home  of their  own will pay for itself in  a  few  . . .        i  years.   ^���-.   Even the manufacturers of .calendars make mistakes. Calendars  for the year 1908 indicate that  Ash  Wednesday v falls  on March  c *���  11th, when it should be March  ���1th. The Leader, like severaj  other papers, was in thia way led  to 'announce  "Wednesday   March  v'�� r- '   .  JLlfcb, as the beginning o�� lent,  Coming events cast their shad-  ows before.    Unless all Bigns -fail  there will be a Dominion  election  ,       ii-.-       .1-.  xhis year, probably in June, and  in no case later than November.  - .      i  ���*��     i .  Already the Socialists have selected   Wm. Davidson of Sandon  '*- as their standard bearer  for  the  '3v.oofcenay district,   ^Liberals who  I     < ��� . ; .'       ' i  "���enow say that W.   A.  Galliher  ' will bo in the field for re-election.  i  The choice of the Conservatives  will probably be either A. E,  >VattB, of Wattsburg, or W. A.  Macdonald, of Nelson.  wherever located, have printed cpon it. in  plain Bnglisli, a full and complete list of ail  lhe Insrredients composing it. but a small  hook has been compiled from- numerous  'rtasjdartl Bdedlcal works, of all tho dliTeient;  Schools,of- wactice, contajjiinff very numerous extracts from the writ-n.,'S"oC Ie?,--lnz  " ' enGorslns*.-<o tiie  ' eyery In_rre-         s .medicines.  One of theso littlo books Trill bo mailed free  to any ono sending address-, cpupostal card or  by letter* to Dr. Ii.rY. Pierce," Buff aio, N. Y~  and rocinestintr tho same. From this littlo  "book it -will be learned that Dr.Pleice's med-  jclne-. contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral  asrents or x>thcr poisoccms or injurious Btronts  .and that they aro made from native, medicinal lootsof crrcat value: also that some of  the most valuable ingredients contained in  Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription for weak,  nervous, over-woiked, ^run-down,"-norvoma  and debilitated vromen. -were employed, loas  years ago. by tho Indians for similar ailments  -affecting their gfiuavrs. In fact, ono of tho  most valuable medicinal plants entering* into  the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription was known to tbe Indians ,88  "Sauaw-Weed." Our knowlcdtr.. of tho uses,  of not a few of onrruost valuable naUve, me-  d'cinal plants was trained from tbe Indians/  As made up by improved and exact processes, tbe " Favorite Prescription " fs"a most  efficient remedy for resmlatlntr all the womanly functions, correctlntr displacements, as  prolapsus, antevrrsion and - retoxver^ton..  r orerconalaff painful perrlods, tocin-r ujr'the  nerves and "br!n_r_ne about a perfect state Ct  .bealtib.  Sold by all deale;s-iE medicicea.   "  A. 1, :-'MdlHttOI  ASSAYEJB -  NELSOJT,  B. C  BUY Y.OU^  Tobapco {��-  i  J?*3~1JL���� SLJCLCL  FROM v  A B. Stewart, & Co.  EDUCATIONAL.  Conservative Victory.  After being in power 25 years  the New Brunswick government  buffered a decisive defeat in Tues-  il'iy'a elections, going into the  light with 85 supporters' to the  11 possessed by the opposition,  the result leaves the situation  practically reversed, the government. Jaaving only 15 members  pind the opposition 31.     ;  Mr. S. Moore, B.' A., will give  lessons jn Arithmetic, Book keeping,, Composition, Languages and  Science, in  the  evening.  Mrs. Moore teaches the organ,-  the piano, and theory of music.  Apply at residence.  WFarrell Block./ Victoria Sti��>  % '*���"'- ';'"' - ���*���' * -'A ���"���*���>#  '.We will deliver the follow-'  ,ing to j'our room^jOr^ house  iroiji Jan. 10, 3,908, free���" <  Spokesman, Chronicle,  Manitoba Free Press', ?f  Toronto Sat. Night,    <  Iff'', l��  Vancouver Province,  Victoria Colonist,  arid  All Magazines.    ,   '.-._���'  t-  ���-,   v ��� *?J^-  ! k,    " V"     *  '     {.A-A  .  -*        ' "'��� ^ i        ,.-'..  SOYIE-.'r'tiBiJG,.'-.'ANB'  S-TATIONSKY'V STORE.'  3t-J, Joseph's   Convent.  1 *-       ' ' . ' '      ''F  NELSON, B. C. '    ",  jt-oardingand Dayr School' conducted hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson"  B. C. Commercial anil business  courses a specialty/ ^Excellence and  swift  progress  obaracteaizo  each  de-  * i      **s". ,.,,.,  partment. ParentB should write for  particulars. One'month assures the  public of   tbe   tlioroughnecs   of   the  r . ��� ,    ��� , 7*. .,  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence Januajy, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted durintt term.  hUow "Judge"  Ryap.  .->'i*r :-.-*.     ��� .    ;; ,      , ,'j->   ii.  Cranbrook Heralt}: Joseph  Byan has been appointed police  magistrate and pmajl debts court  ���judge'for the city of Cranbrook  vice R. -AucWsoii, resigned. Mr.  Ryan has the ability to fill the  position in a mast acceptable man-  JUST ARRIVED  A   fresh  supply of  our rtjotecf *'  Imperatpr Hams  and Bacon.  Hams, $15 per 100 pounds, lOi  cents per pound single   hams.  Bacon, $17 per 100 pounds; 18��  cents per pound single   slabs.  Try our Shamrock  Jjeaf Lard and Empress dreamery but  ter. *,���������  THEY   AUE A SPECIALTY  P. BURNS & CO  \i-!\  MOYIE, B. G.  __1IS"ERAL ACT.     '  (FORM   F.)  CERTIFICATJC  OF IJiraOVEJIENTS.  I . - --  NOTICE.  *     I  Ix��t No 3545 Half Moon Mlueral   Claim,   utu-  atelrr tbe Fort Steele  Mtniog Divieion  of East  Kootenay District.      / '  Where located. Ou St- Eugene*- hill near  Mojie. . (  TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Thos. T. MoVItte F. M.  C. No B1051 Agent for John P. Farrell F. If. C.  No. B 1359. Sadie' 'ifafrell F. M. C. So B182,  Normau W. Burdett F. M.'d' Jto" B1338,  William Bird F. M. C. No B 985. Henry J. C.  Stcuart Free Miner's Certificate No. B 1335, In-  ten;!, ilxty daja from thiS 'data "hereof, to ap-  plj'to tbo'-Minlnk Cecdr-Tar'for a CerttHcaU) ot  lmprovcmeut-, forthc? .rtirpotte ol obluluiiig a  a Croivu Grant of the abave'elalin.  And further take uotlue that action, under  HCCtlon 3.1, lnu.t be communcetl before the la  suance of allch Certificate of iraprovcmenta.  Uutud this 2-nd. d��y <if February, A. D. l'J08.  TlIOo. T- MiVITTIE  I.O. 0.3F. , V  ���ff -    ���.'     ^  .'  Wlldey IiodtcXo. 44.  v  Vi *-      '    _- -.  -  - . i   .       ' f      ?-SS   .-,'*> I, ,  j , 1     I    I      ,  Meets Tuesday evenings in^iTcGregor  hall1; oh Victoria street.- Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.-i .'���*'"��� <  A L (j* -. ���. *,   -  ,H/J. .Lowes ,' ���   i    '"F.J.Smyth,  '-���������'. Jfoble Grand.,        *    Secr'y..-  ���,*.-.',  ./.    '      ���- y - ^f       *.        f  fit. Eugene l-odce No. 37.  ''*k; .of "p.-'  V    *f ���  Meets every-Thursday'  r,c ven ing    in,   McGregpr  ,liall_Rt.,8 o'clock.' "Visiting brothers invited. -���  W. J'JyEiTHAiXjA^iL^ JS.,A.(HlLL  .' l  ������    j*    '���'. �� '���,   - , i      i*   *-' ��� t  Chancellor''Com., ..    ^ -K. B, and S>  Moyie Miners' JCTriiori  ' ''    N6.7I-W, F,of w:v. <  Meets in .McGregor'.bnll-every -jSatuj-.  d.iy. evening. - Sojourning 'memuer'b  are cordially,invited to attend. (/' 'A"  John Taylor -' ' '- .Thos. E^'Kellyi  >    '^    AA ,-.h      ^   -    a i   *��� *     ^f%_*^v-    ��*  &j> Piesident; J   ^ ^ -'--"^Secretary  ;-/Av/RENjE^y,  ; *.   .   ,'.' '*���. f  \       BARBER.   / 'ai  Firrt Class Work  i r  HOTEL  -KOOTENAY  Harvey,   .McCarter .&  J^acdonald. v  T     "    r    - -   Barristers,' Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook.   -   -<  B. C.  1 ** f ^- s.  W. F. GURD,  ���* - k. i      . .  BAItBISTKJf, SOI-ICITOK, ETC.  f.  ...    ..*.. ...  CBANBEOOK.     - B. C"  LINOLEUM  C.H. DUNBAR .  Barrister, Solicitor, Rotary "Public, Etc  Cranhroolt, B. O.  U,'     ^ -��- if. if'  -LET US STAKD TOGETlillii."  You to buy our trouaera and other  gazjmenta, aiid we'"make good" our  assertion that ^or (fltlye, .fit, <jualitv  ��nd price ,'  ' ','   YOU CAN'T DUPLICATE  '**   DUB   GABMENTS.       ,     .  1   . it' ,  It's a broad assertion .but provable.  Our best citizens wear our clot ben.  They are' wajlyn^ proofs of all we aa-  serf. Our "trousers sale" is'a''special."   Don't -P^ss it. ' '  Cleaning. repairing and  pressing done. *   ?>  C.A.JQ0TE  MOYIE, /, B. 0  , i ,i . '  STOP AT ,THE  COSMOPOLITAN  .-�����������  ���n     ,  WHEN IN  AaA-a: ^CRANBROOK  X. H. SMALI,, Maoacer.       /   ' ^t," '  ' '<  "  Good rooms/good^ tables and /barf t  .    and' first class sample rooms. -1 :  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  BEAD  OFFICE. TOttOMTO  CSTA.JXUSUKX)  1847  B. K. W.1LKEE, Pre��U��at  HT.-a-g. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IHEXAITO, Soperinteudeat of  Branches    i  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,008  Rest, - '- - 5,000,008  Total Assets, -  113,000,000  Branches throajhont Canada, and ln the United States and Eajiajj  >. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTS  COMMESCJAL AND FAfJMEBS* PAPER DiSCOl-f.T_.0-  ' ' lV'     * ;��� r ,    .  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTSI^NT  '* *      r      < * ,1 ,r '  -pepoalts.of.Sl'axwl upwards,recelycd, and iot.crest pllowed ^|  current rates'.    The depositor fs subrjsct/tb no delay whaterer tj |  the-wlthdrawal .of |hc whole or pny portion o�� the ^lepoalt.  CBAHBHOgK BRANCH. ,;, A;;A      '  ���   ' F, C. WAIPAS, |g;  ?-���.' , a ..i!"!*,      it     ,i" ���    .. 1.���������'��'     ,n..n���_i ,'J'iwaeagB  eosmopblitian Hotel  .   ���i   i' A.   //HARRY'DIMQCK, * Proprietor,-     '.'   '  ���    /    ' ''"    >   '   -i   i-  ''- ���*'l  J .  '  a Nearest Hotel to,the St. Eugene mine. .  IF '-,** '    ��*'! l(,'.'j   "       '' '"_ <  i Sw" -_-.  f        " '  JHieadquafters^ for,.Miners.   ,  "���ii- -,  v-'-t       I        "C  BAR SUPPLIED .WITH BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGABI  i- <-"fi  (, / .Ratesr$1.00 a day aiid up.  -r r  'A! A  5.*'  'I.  '    ��.*jf,     ' ' -,,��VI'At'A'  rJ..  .^i^HMWA Lu\  >   .'Ir-'l'-if  ���<i'.��!>  i       -tiv-  11* (* J ?-  . *v   *y  I j Jo .  '   -; ,-J.-  - - /'' 'i'A 'v  - *.  Wm. Jewell  -& i \ i  ���a   ('^ I. ,\ i  ���Express and.Qenert, ,-  v al Deliyery VBusi- \  ,��� ness. ^Llyery. and;;  ' * Fefed Stabled A a- \\?-".  ,*"   '       5   ���" .aJ   wt  ���*      ��   i��    **t*- *-p �� *   A     *  t * * -*n lAj.~  ���������A ; A1 :-> For-'-^Sale  -      j    i       - A"i1,'       . ' i .      '  - '., *?,*" -i Leave Orders at  ,' '^"i, ;'. -j.Qyynne's^Store!'  MOYIE  n i  ^ / -   -<-  ')f*. 4 British- Oolu m'.  . ^.^, -  i -   . 1*^    *-    .  ,    -    ��� &.* /-' "'X /. - /'. *. "i. ^W. /;if  SEND ypUR .WORK^TO^THE'  ."������� J*  PV       f ,   I '     -j v  ;a  P:^6rm^Ai -  ,?'*���-(.   ,*    *-- - <���;.' A'-   -.' *-  [A^SrTEAMA^^A '  \.EAUNDRy^'^  .   ' '   NELSON    V'    '"  .    - *        _,"-  All Whito Labor.  ,_-rrf  Leave -work *wit^ the local agent,  \   A, B. .STEWART.  0   F. DESAULNIEJR  ,. dealeb' IH*  .      .PROMPT  _OELiyEBy.Cx     ,  aueenV Aye."A' MOYTE  CARPETS  When furnishing your  home or hotel don't forget we can furnish you  promptly and ��,qjnp.e&..  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  KELSON, -.���-'  AGENTS  S- o,  Mason ii Ilfach piano Co.  Ofctermoor MattreBsi.  QIobo-WiBrnick Office Furniture.  DR. F. B. MILES,  -0_EJ3Sn37IST-  t -it -*     ���*  Cranbrook, Bf O.  George H. Tliompson,  Bakristkb, Solicitor  tary Public, &o.  -.. i    . .  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia  ��3ili'A0lA'-N:>.^'--  RATLWAY COMPANY  The Rational  Highway  Through   Sleeping,    and   Dining  ara and High la cs Tourist  Sleepers on  all Through  Trains  W, R. BEATTY  Enabajmer aqd Undertaker,  Phone Q.J CRANBROOK  ������������������WSW.f ' I1 ���������"���  -THE���  pK9AtJ)C.MIEn     BEOS,   fapt.  Lar.-e   sample   room   in   connection  with house for commercial men.   Best  . I * ������    < ,    ' ���   T..  M   ).. .      ...  of a^commodatiopa. ���   I ���  Headquarters /or   Commercial arid Miniue-Men.  ..,.���-',,-�����,.. f      --1 I ....     ^F* ���  QllEENB AVKNTri:, MOYIE,  B, 0  The Best of Meals and Attention  Try  Banff Sanitarium  This Winter  SULPHUR SPRINGS AND   UN-  ��� , r *    .. ,   .  EXCELLED  ACCOMMODATION  Ratec $2.50 per day and up  Correspondence    inyited     and  cheerfully answered.    Call on or  write   .���"'".';  i-       r>*V '        t r ��������-���;.        j, ���*��� i-u rt *"   ���**   j-     -v.       ,r     ������    Jtl-i* - . ,(_. -u ��' * .  ;\ ^:/*V:-?^iiTh^^pi^oimb^8^      '��^V 'J  w, /-ir4- f"j.V r.-ldek. when'-ithey :;began^lookTA ���, x -v, >.  -... ,^.A ,   _,i ^ ,t ;ingrjint0^ithe-pnees-of    - t. .": //     -(r,f  ,/-*-.;^-*fr" .": ',-,V.   -. ��J "'L-iv-j :'��� iv tli-", Jfl-i-'"'.*A'y',<;* i    .&   /  ^'-'���*������-"���'������?FeRNIT0RECv;-:v'1,'.  .-  - i      .   .   i ^       _    ���,. ���   .    ���, -        ���>. l^.,��� Jt   ���   1   -, .,  -a-   ..." r. (,  ��� v, J *>' ,   r   -   -*, re- *-  -i i'fi'',^;-\,v i- ''^  ^;..1 ''^//^vatttiie^Q/SrfStores. >J fi  I '-,.  /uf."  i? c  CRANBROOK  !m   'w'  ..;      f  i^   .-  v .': ^v/-v.v, "    "AA   - -*     ���"'';'.'*. �� V  ���'AA\ A A AA If ryou-'rliave* *'a  bedro6inl**to ' V  - ^ A\ * i<\v -'��� ^*mvji- iAA-A> Sfr^'sv^\-* ." '"    *, <   -  t.. .*. i*- . Ji -_^*     __���*-.       ' _*.        ;_.J.K.   .--.-k... i^^k >>k ���__���. >i\n     it  - ���,-'.. ������*,<.a<> ''"fi-Sj up/.^a'''dining  room '6r^ ,, ..  "-Vr;-    ;',���''r- .'.". '^,'^V��'^:,,]>,V\.,V"M,".V*/'i;     -.  v.* * ..T'-v'j  -' parlor, to furriish.Mt will '-pa V/V "^ ; '  j*-/ /  '��� [ V-*' a-i >,yoU'to,.KefcViprices2'from 'this^v: a  V/V'l. ,v'-. ,-".--;"cdmpany.V freight '���prepaid. AA  I,. ���.-..  t. jr*^* ^on* all-orders:*>-��* ^>  igh"t^j>r^paid'  A A { ~AaA ��� A C"<1 V* n  ���J&.Z*i  ���A^*��*-Jft4;-*--��fti *fe��n^l*:*^-*A*���1>��i.*^.'-:v.;.*-.'/S;-''  CRanbrioki^CojOperalive* Stores  d. 't^/Z��*gz*^��&NZ^r'*'l-&'--**.& Aviv��l--lJ''rl.lL*^ij;*Jii."r -!��.'���=���*'*���'V -s-'f-'i-* iiK',  JB-   ti^"/'  ��_.       -4a.       'jJ  -it.-w' 1*J1   _>���  : "TiVV' "^ 'Iii MITED.cV^ ;-^*-^  /i ,J, rt\   i* ii   *������-        ���!*������(��������'"'..       , "*  ^*��3^��^b��aa>��a���-g������-g������*�����a^a^a^a'����3��^��->^9s��a9��e�������������>tf  ?;,MOYlfi:'C-'-:H0TlEL.  - A' -''  "        ' '��� '      ��   .-*  V    \Ap\ FAfOHMS'IOJl      '.  ' '*;''.'.'J= ;.   ^ - i   "  This Hotel is New and well Furnished   The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  jMarKet affords. The^ Bar is Filled with]  the Best "Brandsof Liquors and Cigars,  . ' ,     *     *' ���*���' ���'   V\-'  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  .AND,MINING MEN ��� '"  I *^.?��*����      * -    --    , - ���������*. -���     ', - 7     m  ���������� ��������� �������������������� FSCCC-e**-�� 99��59*C*fie��'������a,t_>3>9��a*�������������'��<w,  BRITISH COLOMIIU fflS  Moyie  As mads by tthe  present brewer  is   admittedly   tb��  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Best Malt and  be Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality.  Insist on baying Moyie Beer,1  Bottled and Draft Beer,  .~ 111   Cif...  CHAS. INDERWJES, Mgr,  moyie,:b. c,  | Ridgways, Limited^  Tea men of London, England  and Vancouver, B. C.  Greatostsale bf High Grade Teas in  the world,  uales over $14,Q00,0O0."  Anniii*;  JOHN MOE,  I>lst, Pius. Agi  NcUoq,  E. J.COYLE,  Aa��'t Gaol. ?aa.,Ai  Vanuo-iY'"''.  EXCLUSIVE AGENT.  MOYIE, B. C.  Mi' .tVjSt.   ' 'AVI  Ir-SCS  Wi .^-^

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