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The Moyie Leader Mar 27, 1909

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 YOtTR  WATCH    win  receive  careful  attention  if  [left.with us for repairs.  w. ia, wilson.  | JEWELLER CRANBROOK  1 i'  1j&  *���:: I .yu-v^rU' o  a   fit  vr re fun I y'-'.ii* rnoney,  W. H,   Y/ILSON,  OPTICIAN    ���   CJJAXUJIOO.-C  OL, II NO, 51.  MOYIE, B. C,    MARCH 27, 1903.  f.J.     *^  A   W.AJi  Paper .your house with ' STAU.NTO.YS   Wall Paper <$  and paint your  house with ������ELEPHANT  PAINT.", j  If you want a paint to give satisfaction' use   *-EIc-\��  '' - $&  phanl."    If you want a  wall "paper   that  has   full   ||  measure in the-roll and  look  nice  when put  on   %  your walls, use "Staunton's/' ���    ,, "g&  ���-, r "We have a very complete lino of Paints, Oils', ||  .White load, Varnish-,and Varnish Stains,' Ochre, S  Agate Wall Fi'nLsbj'" Wall'Pape'r and 'Burlaps.���   '' ' ��� 8  !&        GENERAL FLOAT     -   %  ��/ ' ��>  Thoe. Embletou is leaving Ross-  land for the coast.  m/A. ��� ���'<*��  jfOi: quality.  ���Winnipeg'id planning tt) hold a  world's fair in 1012.  The C P. lb. hotel at Revelstoke  is ,to be enlarged.  ,' Jeffries and Johnson   will  fight  .some time in November.  ,Two blacksmiths in Revelstoke  are to have a horseshoeing contest.  Considerable land.in the vicinity of Ores ton is being . cleared _ by  "thoO.-B.,Il. - '  Florenoo Roberts-, the actres", is  to make'a tour of the Koolenays  with her company.,  important   Deal,  Cigars,- "Tobacbs,'  ��� -Cbnfectionfery,  A mining deal was put through  over at Erie this week that will  have considerable bearing on the  future of Moyie. The Second  Relief mine near that place wa*i  bonded to a' group of Wisconsin  men for $140,000.'" The property  has been a regular shipper to 'the'  Trail emelter during, the past  few years. Now the pai t that interests Moyie ia this. The p^.ophi  who are getting rid of the Second  Relief mine are the owners of the  Cambrian at this p'acC, and, the  object ol them getting out of the  Erie property i-s that ,th>y _might  dovote ,their whole attention to  their   Moyie    property.      A.    Ti.    Cooper,   the'   vice president,  has  The,land registry office at; Van-i lon6 h/td bis eyes on M jyie aa a  eouver shows that ,'the, mouth" of M���* of residence,'and;, ho, will  March has beaten all records.    ,    |s?oh'.,rnove  here ,ft;om_ Nelson  to  ,:���     Thing3 now loulc,'bright for  LOCAL ASSAYS  ii  K\ D. .Sanson was ia CiuLbrojk v/  Wednef-dUy-     ' [*$  A telephone has been placed in VJ  the court hou&p. ' It is No. "25.' It V  will be on the all night seivic-r.  ' :w  Art You Facta" Footwear Troubles?        '  if ?o Vr*e can ci;mina'.-j  them for von. '<  Wear < Star.field's  E A. H-ll. ���'     '  Underwear.  T.o  I   a,r-lrici'si  S*V��.�� J    IJ  li<��^^  : <**  crj  ana  B^^^9t}  \i  *'.'?<���������    -,'-1  FRTJIT, ETC.  '.FARnBEL.DLOO^  MOYIE  ���e are ���  ��� ���  - -Fire, Life  and Accident Insurance. /  cjiAyuBOOic      . ,l   s     ,'. ,      y ' ��� MOY-IE, B, G�� "  'Clean "::s'Up  'CALL  'J ..is the keynote-of'[Spring   and. clean   up. is ' tlio  koj'iiote of ���the housewife afc this time. y  ���  and inspect my'hill range ,of, WALL<PAPER3,  ��� pAlNT^ OILS, yARiNISHES, E.NAUELS, .BRUSHES,  , fLOOIl;PAINTS, ALABASTlNE, CREVICE; FILLER,  ��� PAINT-REAiOYER,-ETC.  G. G.' S.' ��� Lindsay-, is no longer  president of the'Crow's Nfesfc Coal  cornpanyr Elias Rogers now holds  that position'.-  <       *       ' ________     ��� i  1 Pvev. G.' TI.' Eindlay will preach  his farewell .sermon in. Trail' oa  April 4fch,'��� lie is leaving for New  Westminster.       ���   ' <  Karri loops will be .100 years old  next year, and it ia proposed. to  'Have a big  fair  to .celebrate' the Iks a lodging house.  liye.  tho Cambi-iixn.  Tim Carl*on returned yesteiday'^>  from hisutiip to Montana. '     .'        ,d>  Mrs. Rudrl was up from J3olevho   ^> ���     ^M^^'^'U^l '  during the we k.     , ���        ,    i^).        %/4$_���*-'���?*;>A  S  CJ. Blayloek and wifti are over' w  at R jssluuU ��,'ntl Trail. v   -, j Vf/  " E. O. Kamm returned Thttisday W.  from iLncleoi|.        ' ,    | w  Ppa SALE-Lottcr ' *"'  most  now.        Apply  ".fflCP.' < '    ,  , pre^f,  aI-,iVj  an   L.eauer j i��%  .'.' !��?���  W. II. Aldridge, manager of the \)jf  '"onsjlidated Company, was ' in' i$  t .wii the first of cite week.   ���./' '.  i^'  E.. A. ii;il 'and, J. W. Fitch'" wei-e''^f>  Building. Items.   l'  ,Edwaid Les has purchased the  lot opposite ' tbev��� International  hotel from J. C. Drewry.1 and   will  transacting business ih Cranbrook  Wednesday,'   >',",.  Lessons in pianoforte and .singing. r Terms reasonable.." .Apply  'to ' Professor^" Bjx 5.' Portofhee.  P. J. Smyth  is   offering   some  W  n\\  Slices  *"��� 'MacEs  ��*i * ��� _yr ���_rr ���> x# ���*& ������* 'j/ 'jr-^'.  '^  ^,  a;  ^:  ^''  ' s . ^ ,  ,_\y ._*s .jts- .jr? ���_��� ���_&��� .^0^ "j .v  Wear   well, Pit well  ji  and coin foi t��il>le 'to  the .limit. . '  ,$<  30x13 fee^t in size and will be used  te event. ���.   - ''      t  - '   ,  An agreement has been reached  by,the operators of the coal mines,  and   the    mine   workers  in   the  Crow's Nest Pass.     ,t>'   =  hi  "0  CO.'uE AND SEE US  REGARDING* PRICES  w Citizens  of* flloyie,' both'MALE and FEMALE. _  Wo will open our store on.Monday, March 20fch, and  <;'nll we ask  is that you examine our goods and  satisly yourself that our prices'are the lowest   consistent   with first quality.1-,     ,  A Satisfied Customarths Best Advertisement  i  Ono triabwill suffiye to transpose yon into  a   walking and talking advertisement for  ,'ROBERTS ;& MESSINGER  Caterers   to ��� the public of all kiuds o�� wearing apparel.  ' Tb,e British Columbia Copper  company .yrill close its Mother  Lode and Oro Deiioro ruines' and  smelter'at Greenwood ���on or be-  fore April 1.       , ,  , Denver . has     had   the  -worst  j storm in years.     Eight  inches  of  snow'follq^i^S several "hours  qf  steady ' rain - did   over   $200';boo'  damage. >. ; - .  ���<  The bbig" sawmill at Bonnefs  Ferry has u been started on'its  season's cut. ' The mill employs  100 men," aside from those on the  several drives.  About the first of the month  J.t.E.( JJurchcroft,. contractor of  Cranbrook, will', begin work on  tbe new' residence -for W. H.  Laird. This will be built on the  triangular lot just'north of ,'the  school house. The "size, bs 2-li-'27  and will have eight rooms. ' It  will have."all the modern conveniences. M r."- Laird' is building,  this residence for his ovyn private  Tom Summers' new store building   on   Victoria' .street  will 'be  ready to 'occupy next week"- L Cal-  der.Bros.',aro the contractors.    -  '  Donald Peddie's house,ou Ta'vis-  tock street is about completed.  ���   .  Fraternal. Visit!  ha?  Art  Toronto,, a nd  will now h; able ,to   furnish' yon  Moyie Co OpetvO iv 1 sfcor-e  commence at once tbe erection of J bargains in Moyie property ia * * dren / 1 h j .aguncj'' fiy the  a two story, building.    It  will-be  this .,issue.     Read,  bis   a'cly.    on  'Eiiionbig  Co., Ltd.,  fourth page., -     1  Wm.   Lawson   is doing persistent work  on  hh  claims 'o'riybhe  ���west side.ot, the  lake  with  encouraging results.  issuing-   Statement  A statement' i3 b^irig  pi-epared  , , , 1 by the Moyie Tulcphone *'c Eiecttie  with a suit that U   equal both  iu I fJght Qorapany bllon-illg   the   re.  stj 11 and'qualify'to   anjf   of thy  very  N. J. Coffin, brother of Dr. Coffin, is here from' Mo. Scewart, P.  E. I., and will probably-remain in  the west for some time.  Bear in mind' that St. Eugene  Lodge K. of'P., Moyie, will give  their annual ball on the evening  of We'dnesdify-, Aoril li'dbf '    . -."  A.-A. Paull has closed.his studio  after a very succes-dbir.nioubh's  business!!- He intends retLirniug  here ia another, month" or,  two.  iceipts    and    dis-biusemc'ats since'  Call and see us onj^ compaiiy WBd _ot___dJ At the  j-annual meeting all of the old  c'ffi-  E. A.-Hill  ha*:   reecircd   a  new  curs and moso of tho old direjcdr-i  be&toin Mo'yif.  prices. ,  Sitisfantioii guaranteed  assortment of S'pring  Ties.  IIATS���The millinety store vrill  be opened  Thursday,   April, 1-t.,  were re-ulectcd." They  are P.   P.,  ���Johnston, president' J. ,W.   Pitch,  * *" S V- I  vice-president;  Cold win   Stewart',  ou   which   date, Mis.-Oliver  will (secretary; .T.B.yiacEaohero, br,eas��'b  have bxTi   display  a ' nica   line   of | ��rer;   Ib( A.   Hill, aud   John 31c--  kdies'   trimmed-and   untrimmed'i IbivUh.       - l    ,  hats, childreus' trimmed  and   uu-j    *    q '      -t ��-  trimmed'lilt", also lac? and'straw I ,blU10.ay    OiOSmg,  biby,bonnets.  'Obe block back of i  Post 03i*'t;, Q,-1eons Ave.  Conrad Block  Moyie  '-'iv'-V,-^  ^^iSS2^t^3gS7J*2S^S^SSS^^^^  $z**t. rfi rft-vi-Mb ^^rJrf^-J^^_r^^^^'-^"^-^i-^ s^:-i^~<?.s->z.&- & *g.  t.  'MOVIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  1  ���3  'Tho best of accommodations,  for  the Traveling Public.  b.ugo aud Cora mod iourj Sample Rooms.  Billiiml Booms,  McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors.  I  I?  I  i  It is said chat Joe Martin is  taking a good bunch of moue3r  with him to Euglaud. He has  had a lucrative law practice in  Vancouver for. years.  >  A new steel passenger boat is to  bo built by the C. P. 11 to ply ou  the Arrow lakes. It will be  larger, more powerful and faster  than the steamer llossland.  , There is a clay near Creston  which is said to bo very suitable  for the making of brick, and a  brickmakiug plant may be put in  there this summer.  lii-  l'lil doAvri your foot,  You can do il with firmness  if you  are wearing  the G. A. Slaicr Invk-ins Shoe. .  We havo the finest run-e ever won  m   Moyio  eluding the very latest mine shoo*-.  See our nattiest designs in  2) 0 -ntury  suits,  new consignment just to hand.  .   -.. THE    FURNISHER.  The Spokane Auditorium, one of  the finest play houses in tho west,  is again to become a first class  house, and the Spokane theatre is  to be made a popular priced  house.    The owner of the lot on' tho  corner of Abbott and Hastings  streets in Vancouver turned  down an offer of $17o,000 for his  property the othor day. The  offer was for spot cash  owner asks $200,000 for it.  Eighty-four Odd Fellows attended the meeting of the lodge  in Moyie lasc Tuesday aiight.  Some 35 members came up from  Cranbrook in a special car. They  brought their new regalia with  them and conferred the-first degree on a candidate. Tho work  was exemplified < splendidly.  Theu all repaired to" the Central  Hotel and had supper. Returning to the hall there was a social  session. The Cranbrook members  returned home in their car after  midnight.  After being wide opeu' for the  twelve years of its ��� existance, an  order has gone forth' in Cranbrook.  from the pcliue'that. all hotel b-vrr3  must close at "12 p.  m.  Saturday  Rock3aiidWhi������eTockY$ESOfor|iu_all   its "splendor "will"b7"cou- land kr3Cp cloSed   tHI   V2-  p'  ,n''ori  lo eggs.  ��� J.,.It.   Ilawke. furred by  the local  degree ,team  K. of-P^bDegf-Eea  Work.  EGGS���Eggs for hatching 'from  pens ' of   'thouo'ughbred     Bar red" j     The beautiful 'rank' of Knight  *���/-*��� -    i'   34  'i'... t-.V  M-  al <  Suudaj'.    The  order  .      ,. ,     , .,, ��� i-'ci.\      t-   ���   ��� 1���   ,p  n�� ,!-��� ���     ' . j this  S-iDurdi\*-'ni��u6 and is  'A    diamond    drill    outfit   wasloffc"s  Eiigi^   of Pytm-is   next     . j  moved in here Mbnday from Ross- I Monday' night, M.ircb 20th;    This ' ll-ldJy catovC(i^  takes c-ffeet  to  be  land to do some work   on  the  St. j "jh mark the anniversary of  the ( _, L.   ' ���  Eugene.      ' O.   aiackeazie    is   iu'.i istituting of tho  l'odje  here.   A , ^angellSUC Cimpaig1!!  charge. , j bunch  of   members   from    Crau-j' ~  brook wil be here.   There-will   be      An evangelistic  eampirgn   will  -i  Scott,  .^i-'l  FOR -SALE���Two    pure    bred  White Wyandotccot-kerels, 4 p.*]!* spread in the  hall  and a  social  session after the degree work.  i  >i  /fa  Mrs.  Moved to Jaffray.  The  A. C. Ccok aud wife were in  town this week from Ryan, where  they have put in the past three  yeans. They have now moved to  Jaffray, and Mr. Cook has been  given a better position with the  East Kootenay Lumber Company.  The head office of this company  was moved recently from Cranbrook to JafTray.  Renean,  who   ouec  con-|.^^fe  ducted a  barber shop   in  Moyie, '  Roberts   & Messinger.  A  ^��s����������9������ar��3^3a��t��ea-3S��ff����s��������3������'1'"y*'  o ... .  eQ3K����S^SSffiS*5����|  The Ilodley Gazette announces  that tho Nickel Plate mi 110 will  'resume operations within a few  days, as the water is flowing  through the flumes that lead to  the quartz mill that reduces the  oro from "the mine.  im-jBFiai nan  Capital  Authorized���-  Capital Paid Up������-:-  113  ���-$10,000,000.  ...,.-s-3,000,000  .y...-5.000.000  Fifty new sleeping cars for  service between Montreal aud  Vancouver and for the  proposed  direct passenger service between St.1  Paul and the coast are being built  in  tho  shops   of    the    Canadian  j-|f?iuc: railway.    These ,'cara  embody the latest ideas for, comfort  Wand safety.     ,    .  The firm of Roberts & Messiu-  ger are unpacking ' their goods  and will have their store open to  the public next Monday morning.  Their stock i.s complete in every  line, and everything is brand new  from the manufacturer. Their  store is in the new Conrad block.  The Busy Stork.  hiUH.:..K3'i>i munsjii coliimwa  �� ArroM.c,ic,,G0li1e.i.,Kaiii^                                                                                          8  9 !         '       Savings Bank ..Department.             _ ". -',|  I Interest allowed on deposits at current rate from   date  of   g  s deposit.                                                                                                 8  r CRANBROOK BRANCH.                                   |  j.' ���'���                                    j, F. M.. PINKHAM,  Manage^.       |  To  Start Planer.  Mrs.  A.  March  22s-To   Mr.    and  Peter"Carrigan a daughter.  March 23���To Mr. and  Mis  J. Flood a son. :      (  M arch  25���To   Mr.    and   Mrs.  Philip Conrad a daughter.  Special Meeting-.  The Minors' Union will hold a  special meeting tomorrow after-  , noon at 4 o'clock to consider some  April according to presenfc;ameildment8 ^o th'e bylaws. One  plans. The machinery is p;>w be-Jeffectiug. the imymeut of sick  ing overhauled. benefits will be discussed.  The planners at,the mill of the  Porto Rico Lumber company will  be started during the first week  iu  hatched, $3.00  each  Creston, B. C. '  Mrs. John Taylor is expected  here from the east tomorrow to  join her husband. Mr. T.iylor is  now holding a position in 11.  Campbell's store. <    -  Feesh celery, radishes, .lettuce,  spinach, ripo- tomatoes,<- .onions,  bananas, carrots, parsnips and  turnips will be in on Monday,  Moyio Co-Operative Store.  "Doubting Thomas'' will be  the  subject at the'Methodist church!  Sunday evening.    Services  at  11 j  a. m. and 7:30  p.   m.'     Strangers j  welcome. R. E Colhs, B A., pastor  G.  A  shop  was    in  town  3-esterday,  having -  just came over  from   Vancouver.  He    left   yestorday   for  Duluth,!  Minn. j  Picsbyterian church. Service1  op Sunday at 7:30. Subject!  "Abide iu Me." lUiss Ada Sand- j  with will sing "Little Miry.",  Everybody       invited. Sund ly  school at 2:30. |  Mr. and Mrs. Hillier, parents of  'Mrs. J. W. Fitch and Mrs. E. A,'  Hill, are ih town ou a short Visit.  They spent the .winter-in Vancouver, and are now on their way  oast, to their home in Ontario.  'A SNAP. "'',-. For sale���Moyie  boathouse, 1-1 boats, .4 roomed  shack, 3 iloats, boathouse and  workshop. Easy terms. Apply  P. G. Routh,,Michel. B., C. .$200  handles this.  The* ice on the lake furnishes an  excellent football ground and almost every' evening a bunch of  young fellows are out kicking the  pigskin. A game is announced to  take place tomorrow afternoon at  2:30 between the. miners r.nd the  f muckers.  w.  Bsid  Here.  After an absence of almost  seven 3*ears W. Ll Reid, formarlj-  of the firm of Raid, Campbell *f  Co., returned to Moyie. Mr. Jl->id  has been in the coast cities mo=t  of tho time siuce he left here.  open ia Moyie one week from tomorrow, Sund iy, AiSril 4th, and.  will continue for three weeks-  Morlej'- hall is engaged for the entire tim", with the exception of  ono night, April 14bh, when the  K. of P. dance will b3 held. Considerable preparation is being-  made.  Sewing done by Mrs. Woods at  her residence on  Queens'  avenue.  - v-l  1 1  ^^^^^^^^  .vi&GiesQine  i% pissre9  reliable Grape Cream o:  *& w **  *?<T C^'Ti^'Vl^S?  Tartar  Bakip^ p^��:^o��  a.  The cream cf tarisr ssetl la Dr. Price's Daking  Pov.'der is ia lhe exacl ferns and ecRiposilios In  v.Mcii il occurs la !hc bseious, healthful grape.  snd  JSO  impffoves fine flavof  adds fo tit  SL tarn  l*��H*s>  L>1  Lst.'  utie  foo  Vo  lime  It&��-  ���' i4?y  ���'K&x.r *���  L - ��y  -.Y-'-'Y  ', \i ,  ;-Vi>  ^i.-Y^...  'br,,.' Y-y.  TFTE   LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *." ���''.-- ��� ft  > i% >'--'if! *'*  ;iy-'V; b*v  ���>_ --   .t-i i   r  .1 '  '.a. - . ;��' '���*��� . "��� * ! i"   '  'i  i.\4  _'  il*"  IV*  V^'ii,-,  e spoilers.  By   REX  E. BEACH.  Copyright.   I9D3,  toy  r<ex< E.   Beach.  i*: an honest man, and I am grateful to ]  lilm.    That is the only 'foundation for  your insult." j  McXamara,   will)   apparent   candor,  broke in: ,  "Vou thought you were doing right, ,  of conr*-e.  but  your action will   have ,  terrible coii*-eijueTices.   Now we'll have  riot,    bloodshed   and   heaven    knows j  what.    Ir was to save all  this that I I  "So, I have only his word, but he  spoke of those documents .repeatedly,  saying the.v contained his instructions  to tie i'i> tlio mines in order to give  a foothold for tlio lawsuits. lie  bragged that the regt of the gang- were  ia his power and that be could laud j  them in the penitentiary for conspiracy.  That's all/*  '���It's   the  only  chance,"  said  Helen.  'V^cl-y'V/V^'Y-'  i-b!.-    '7.4'       ���    !'    -V&1-7   V  i*-���.-iL    *   "t'T *    ...     is.    i       .i    -It  j> u  ��i ,*<-*',*i  .-WSJ ''{; ..-pf   '  (Continued).  CHAPTER XVIII.  il.ENISTER did not wait long j night."  after his  visitor's  departure, ,     "So, no!" she cried.    ''There mustn't  but   extinguished    the   light, ,- be any violence."  locked ihe door and'began I, ''Thero is no use trying to' check  the further adventures of this night. ! hiom. They are rushing to their own  The storm welcomed him wiih smTo- ��� destruction. I have learned that they  eating     violeuce,    sucking    the    very .'Plan to,attack the Midas tonight, and  G  wanted to break up their organization, j "They are sending soldiers to the Midas  | A week's imprisonment would have j to lie in ambush, and you must vara  .' done it, but now they're armed and j the vigilantes." Cherry paled at this  , belligerent, and we'll have a battle to- | and ejaculated:  breath from his lips, while the rain  beat through 'till his flesh was cold  and aching. He thought with a pang  of the girl facing this tempest, going  out to meet the thousand perils of the  night. And it' remained for him to  bear his.part,as she bore hers, smil-  nigly^  sThe last hour had added another and  inysterlons;*danger   to   his   full.vmeas- j  ure. ,   Could   the   Kid   be   jealous   of j  Cherry?,   Surely not   Then what else? .'  I'll have fifty soldiers waiting for them  there. It is a shame, for they are decent fellows; blinded by ignorance and  misled by tli.it young miner. This will  be the blackest night the north has  ever seen."'  With this MeXnniara loft the house  and went in search of Voorhees, remarking to himself: "Xow, 'Miss Helen,  send'your warning���the sooner the bet'  tor. If I know those vigilantes, it will  set   them   crazy, . and   yet   not  crazy  "Good Lord! Roy said he'd lead an  attack tonight." The two stared at  each other. . '  "If I succeed with Struve I can stop  it all���all of this injustice and crime���  everything."   '  "Do   you   realize , what  you're, risk- i  ing?"   Cherry  demanded.    "That man  j is an animal.    You'll have to kill him  J to save yourself,, and he'll never give  up those proofs." '  "Yes, he will," said Helen fiercely,  "and I defy him to harm me. The'Sign  of the Sled is a public roadhouse wl^h  a landloul, n telephone and other  guests. Will you warn Mr. Glenister  aboul the troops?"  The" tornado "had .driven his  trailers i ���<?"S��' "> Jltt!1<* the Midas    They will  HOW MANY HAIRS YOU HAVE.  About 120,000 of Them Are Apportioned to Each Person on an Average.  Hairs   are   composed   of   scarf-skin,  and are covered with thin, flat, overlapping   scales���which   is  the   reason ;  whv an eyelash or other hair in the  eye" irritates it so much.   Nobody has ,  ever attempted to reckon the number .  of hairs that cover the human body, !  but   thof.e   of   the   head   have   been \  , counted, and it is known that 120,000 ,  of them make about an average allow- i  i anee. I  '     Kach hair is n tube, with a bulbous ���  enlargement   at   the   lower   end.   and !  grows out of a vase-shaped  "follicle'  i with  a  narrow neck.    At the bottom  of the vase is (he true root, which  is  i clasped bv the bulb aforesaid.   When |  ' the   hair "is   forcibly   pulled   out   the ���  i bulb conies along with'the stalk, but t  the   root  remains  behind  to  produce j  another hair.  This is  why,  iri the case of super- I  -'-.-'..'.      . -r .t.     nt       fluous hairs, it does no good whatever r  Mr.   G.   D. Colwell, of JFalkcrville, , to      ,, th(?m oul   The roots ���,,���,,������ J  ��n,'of^aS S$r!CHn ��?Wni W,tb L.t 9^    behind    undisturbed,    nnd    presently |,  in 1906 and it left him In very bad con-    v rf Th(J on,    known ,  dition.    He says: ",I was all run down j .   ,'. ��  .    to  .jijxri Hn  "I' will,  and  bless  you   for a ..ve' SKai^^e rlt ! 1^ X^, ��^ ^S i ,  girl.    Wait a  mqjueiit."    Cherry'took- CHINE, in alow nervous state ; but from    "}ost painless, but expensive, because*  from   the,  dresser   her   tinv   revolver,   the first bottle I began to improve.    It'' flow.' and demanding no little skill on j ,  "Don't   hesitate  to use  this.     I'want   'did marvelsfor me and brought me back | "-e^of ^ojerator.^^ ^ ^ I  J@b;'  DAILY MISHAPS MAKE  ZAM-BUK A DAILY NEED.(  r= [??  ���4  %>  \y-jS  What La Grippe  ^  ACCIDENTS   will   happen, fa   the  best     regulated    homes;      and  having  a  box of Zarn-Buk handy  is  a precaution that has  saved  thousands of  families much worry and expense.    Thero  is never any knowing what a small Injury'  may lead up to if neglected.   The stoppage  of the  bleeding;  or  the' pain  from  a   cut,  burn,. or' scald,  lulls > many people  into a  false sense "of security.    Dust getting into'  a wound may set up festering, inflammation,  and blood-poisoning.     In  a  similar  way, a tiny, cut may  be the starting point of itching and Irritating eczema'���  and  the  spot your  child  scratches on his head,, the unsuspected  beginning of  ringworm or some  other hair-destroying  scalp  disease.. '   ^ '  Zam-Buk, whlir such a perfect healer. I�� also the inveter>*> ..,-_     , ���  A burn. ��:al4, cut. or bruUe promptly and regularly dreelcdi w& ,h"{ ^"---i**,,  balm cannot     turn the wron* -way ������ ; and any tendency of th* Lv!��� ,'��� V���" *'<* ncs  , inflamed, or "mattery." 1. swcdilv checked. -ThU U because ��.��, 5 \   Ut<"Tt ini.  " new. healthy .Ida. but, belnr ��o relined. 1. .barbed by the^re's a,,d ��"\ nC,1 ���"* tn*  make  perfectly baahhy all tl��.  underlyln,-  tlaaiie,.,   Alw^. k.Tn I V       'K "^  handy, for dally mishap* make Zam-Buk a daily need.  <P �� be* of Z,  sia-Buk  peopled now only'by ,friirhtened wives  nnd children. A scattered few of ihe  ylgllantes had been taken,thus,  while  j few mouths had wrought in her." In -tatiye. ', I always tnke PSYCHINJp if I | n'5e,ins tllflt t},0 ],(lirs w],iPh drop out  truth,   ic   was   as   Clcnister  bad   said,'    .} *'cold con,,,in-f on (k��a " PuU me    have lost  their-vitality, and their ��� re-  bio them nt mv office after dark   one I his  110rtIlla'ld<" worked   Strangely Vi'ibV*'*    *�� a��   tmo'     .   ,      '< ' moval  gives   an. opportunity   for new  at a time, by the ba"k "S^    It niuslt ' u.s���tle"i^.^-    Wunt_..f that 'shrinking ! ...f SVCHINE tones the system and keeps ; o^^jros^liut^ the ro^ J horn-"|  be done with absolute secrecy.    Xow,  w  SSttvsj.-'j.;-?  tfi^O-TN';  ,-,  ���'wqyy, '  ���*_fi**_\*A> ' .    '  'n-fV'.jJA' &       V  'SMic-'  ���  ���ij'.l'��'i,    i  he  warn, g_,elements   had   prevented    soe ir -.nn do Ulis one (hJ fl  their    families    from    spreading   the j not  ^t  b.;���ed   up_     If ,you'lfalIi   rl)  alarm   or   ventmung   out   for   succor.    Iun,:<1 vou answl}r t^ me ���  Ihose whom   he   was   able   to   warn |    ..Whv   cl011.t  T0���     et  ih��   ^0^,..  !l.?.Sfe^.b "Ti01!!1: !10��?i.t_h_oi!.r!fl.08,a"d i ventured' vborbecs.  I want to avoid  here   or atJ the  step .In,  we stop  idy for that just  smiled slnisterly,  had   fled   to   her  re   received   Glenister's  note   through   Cherry'  Malotte's   mes-  ?er. , It rekindled her worst fears  mil .bore   out   McXamarn'S' prophecy.  . ���  ,   r ^i ,  ,,,.. ,     , i i'be'moro   she ��� read   of   it  the   more  ' r-n^^0'1- fChCrr-v,,a"d 1UU*B a  I,,aa    certain  she grew' that" .the-crisis was'  from -Glenister s mind on]   fl queslJon of Lours and that    lh  .   ;'Theres a game g.rl,'; said theold'|dai.kno,.s ,tra���od      would ,  miner   as   he  wrung   out his   clothes. . streets of No        , The tb     M    t  "She was half gone when  she got to   wroag aIready  don'   was, ^   ,u  o hre?,U��J'n f raitll,S f��r ^^T I l0����]-v girl's terror of, the crime'about  ���to break so   hat she can come back."    j t0 h f01. lt s ^ fa ber       .   k  1ac- PunZZS UV�� thrG eaSV'  S,ap;>*beeu lhe Instrument to set these forces  Jack chattered.    "D'you know I'm get '  'c'"'  "���*-���  ��uu"g omy in ner uumca   f.        * . _   t>     ���     v.-    ,  .;���        ;,     ^ ,  honesty,  to become a hunted,  harried   ^ffl^l "h^8noSt"'! ^.^m6^! , Some w0,m'nfs  n,!,,.-   i,w*o-ii,. * '...i.i. . , "Ul4,l^i $1.C0.   Send .to  DR. T. A. SLOCUM, f ]v  or  wavy,   to  ting juggling viiili honor mid reputa-, Limited, Spadhia  Ave.,   foronto, for a ' fricnrl.cof the rr  ton, iu  her-heart a half formed  fear. TRIAL 'FRHE. I straight hair;'whi  girl'who had stepped out'of "tlie slid-' 'he body in good physical condition.   No ' solves die,' 'baldness .'is the inevitable .  tered  life,  strong onlv in her untried :'��ne   c?n  afford to  be without it...   Alt    and  incurable  result'., ' ��� ' j  '"*   t>���n.^.^   ���...<   c.��.��^ ���.n _.  Kfi��� ���.���,��� I     Some women s hair is naturally cur- ���  tlie   envy  of   their 'J  ame sex; others have i  ght hair;' which can only bej made J  ,..,,, - ,     Tar   Coiirfh.     CntAt   Throat    Lun��f Mo' wave  brcurl   by  artificial   meana. j,  gain   her  end?       The' elements   were;.^0^^^,^^^ difference between the two is eas- j  molding -her,  with   irresistible   hands.-! ',,,', ,* * *'.v explained.    Straiglit hairs  are, cy- |  ��� Roy's contact, with the' primitive had! ���*���*, ..Y^V W/^Vb & S_ *,m\ *3& I lindrical'in'form; curly haira arc oval''-  not roughened him more quickly than. Ka vl^^po^oS^-^?i<EcN��k.^BTiifflT"'"s''ction--   A negro's'hairs kink be-, f  ha-X hers. I t^-Mg^y^fTifflFTTi^*^ cause   they   are   flat in   pbi'ccs.. ��� The '  She'    met'   her    appolritmpat'  Trlth''^ THE 6REATESTOFTDMCSfOHHUUJH-AMDfNERBy/l ��� heat, of  the  curling , longs when  ap-  J   BAD    8QALD    OURED.  Mra. W, Corlcey. J3. Richmond Squiro.  Moutroal, uysi��� My UllJe tr*nd*on was  aevnely scalded CH) his right \mg from tho  knee to the ankle. This injury 'w��* vcxy(,  wrlouj, and demanded great attention. Wo  used nothirut' but Z��ru-0uk, and tt was  wonderful' bow cooliiuj and aootlila< It  provod, St was aome week* befort the let  nt firtilly bealod. but lhara. waa not a scar  left to show where he had bees sca-lod. A*  the homo " &r��t-*id.' 1 think 2im-Du>, Is  without' aqual." ��� .  CHILD   BURNER  BV STOVE  LID.  rod-bot 'lid 'oi'WrUZZ ^fi '"' "i  eoaipletely LurnrJ off. ��nd U \,_\ *Vn '"  foot, the wound turtne,, . rL,^'"*  frntacin, ' and dudarain/ if ; "������  Zam-Duk.   and   it   rf��&,tl,  J���,��?**  taflammaUoo.  and ton, UlS V^J  nwom,  ��c*ij* *ores, ou ini, wsaueo aiuues, and all other slin rflu,u, ,.j .     "*���  bed well into tbe parti affected, it conu aeuralflU, rbeutnatl.in. and iciatleT In ri.18*?'-  and Store* toll at 33c. hot, threo for tl.tt, or post free from ZanvBnk Co.. Torooto, 'fa^,  that she might kill a man this night to  Struve, and they rode away together, he I  talkative, and eh. ted, she silent aud icy.  ��� Late In the afternoon the cloud hanks  to the eastward ns-sumo'd alarming proportions. " They brought with 'them an  ,,   '  '    Almost as Good-  Little rkey'came up to his  father  with a verv sqlcnm face,  "Is it true, father," he asked, "thai  m  :���:'��  tin' so rheumatic that lee water don't  feel comfortable to mc no more." '  ,  "Uriatic acid in the"-blood,"-said Des-  try. ' "What's ouri next niove?" he  ' asked, of his partner. "When do we  hang this politician? Seems like we've  got enough ablebodied piano movers  hero.to tie a can ou to'.the'whole outfit,  push , the towii site of Nome off the  map and start afresh." - |  ���"I'think we had better lie low and  watch  developments.  in motion, that she had' loosed this  swift speeding .avalanche of'"greed,  haired and brutality. And when the  crash should come-���the girl shuddered.  It-must not be; She. would' shriek a  warning from {ho housetops even at  cost of heruucle/of McXamara anil of  herself.   And yet she had no proof that  His  father  surveyed  him "thought  early, nightfall,  and  uheu'they  broke [.ln���rn'age'is-a failure?"  let forth a tempest which rivaled that  of the previous night. During the first  of it armed men eamo sifting into''Mc-  Namara's office'from the.rear arid were  hidden throughout the building. Whenever he descried a peculiarly desperate  rulHan  the",boss  ca'led him' aside for  plied   to   straight   hairs' causes, each ]  one of them to contract on one'side.,  and to curl in that direction���-whence t  the beautifying effect obtained, which !,  is necessurily temporary.,,    *    . I'  -  The hairs on a woman's head grow;   ' ��� "��� " ' ,        > _r reali-ini hitt> (hi,, fi.r..,i *."..br7'  at the rate of one-fiftieth of, an WhY���*- W./Th.y^ffeeUd.Some. If.A.us^  a day, or seven inches  a year._,.Tin's i ,   French   Playwrights., '    yresemble a bear?  FIRST  NIGHTS  4TV   '        '���"���    l "     ;'H,��*  Ae'Managsd It.   ���    'J  I    '    't. ',' '      -   ' V��n?��geb���Wf im^t j,ul a greafkil,  fullv for"a moment.     . "    |. represents    on   average, ftconsiderable ���     The first night with authors 4s view-1    'AstUnia.nl-.-J   think m ��   Ti.w m  ,, "Well, Ikcy," hcfmallv-rdplied, "ifi variation being foundi in individuals. ; Cil with different feelings.- This is lipw   several chorus ��i.*n who h,r,e m >*  you get,a rich' wife it's .almost as good; 1I,Lti*v.?Jl;i-,.f,SiT itlHIf'K^M,-" i Jt affect��l some, famous French playl tej-iveil' their ,*ap..-  for. thw **b.  as a failure."  Repeat  private   instruction -and   gave 'minute'j it: ��� "Shiloh's  Cure   will'always  description of a wide shouldered' erect "    '      , " , ' .  .youth   in" white   hat  and   half 'boots.',' CUre " my   C0US^S    and ' colds."  Gradually he spt 'his trap with the men i      .      "        ~     ''      7Z~~   ' ,  Voorhees  had. raked  from;the 'slums, I     Anyway,, the  \entilatipn   of  an   air  and- when it was done smiled to him'  hiphe'rstensile.strength than .brunette,!  and that 120.000 of them plainted in-,,  to a rope - will support a weight of t  eighty, tons'.  wrlghts.     Sardou's   nervousness, was: 1*11 call Uienbr-St.' Loute J!*?.  .well   known.,   Dumas, flls  was  never <  y  pUDht .,  able   to   preserve   his -sangfroid. '  Aa;     lJ;��i'**ough luftkrt y-��ur jsij-hi-i!^  j soon as the ciirtain rose Dumas'pcre   ���<**���<-and'wetiry, h. will wurrj-voat  ���" \ <    would betake'himself to a restaurant,! if9��*"de��l, and wiUi pw,l cau-^V  u      -anil   flli.r. frr��m   n.   T,,,.r,^ mUM���  no   l.l-.? dlM'!!. tltP worry Olrl BI1V >f)U��elh*a  self.   A's he thought It over he ceased  to regret the miscarriage of last night's  a crime  existed."  Although it all  lay i ,Plan�� for ** had served to goad his ene-  cloar in .her own  mind,  the certainty  of   it  arose' only  from   her  intuition.  the  other   can- ���' "P"13; S^,�� ^ere -able to tike' a h^d'  c     tau    ���if only,she were hot a woman:   .Then  !=-.._-,,��B*/SSwft*.s��l*A.si.! >,!��,,    .  few   #fSP!j9-'?-'-' - "��� ^  - tioned.      _. ������  _...*._           . . _ ���,  ords  anent Struve  bottle of wine and  They brought' back  ^As the day .grew the storm died.ileav-1 ^^1^'^���� ?" *?*? d��C"  ' l umenls     she     had     safeguarded    all  long  springtime  journey  . ,   ,  ,  ,, , ,ss.-..j    sv,*.s.iined   tbe   proof-.     If   thev  .the coining, of the^ffiS TO I ff. ^ *? ^ ^^ '�� ^  Nhmara's  office  there   was  great  stir I thl, , ^     ^   ^"^ '  IIer   l?"��Ie  -nnd  the- coming  of 'many   .rlen.     The ' 'm(1 thc b��SS' W0Uld not dare continuc  ing ramparts of clouds hanging sullen-1 ���.,,.������,,   +1Y  .ly' above ^he ocean's rim, while those! '".,.7 \ oi.t ,ir  ..skilled   in "weather   nrooheev   foretold:',?.?,   C0"LllL  castle is perfect.  Cfjmplotb in it*elf, Mother Graves''  Worm Exterminator does not'requirrj  the assistance of, any other medicine  to make it effective. It does not fail  to do its work. -  ,nv<'4'r'5'*sS' .r5}f  boss sat in his chair, smoking countless ' U <t.hroato��ed with-exposure and prose- f "o-   He wished'no help of soldiers at  cigars, his big face set In 'grin,  lines, !��� f" 'T'     ��he  Tr��  shc, ^oa^ ��"  ��    ih* *"*?��� , ,     .  his hard eyes'peering through the pall I J 'e u'5ent seemod lhe necessity j     The sight of a ship in the offing to-  of blue at those he questiobed He I 1Jrerent the ba(tIe ��f tonight. There | ward, dark caused him some uneasi-  3t his machine until ,' ^"s n cLauce hcve at Ieast' arid the j "ess' for- notwithstanding the assurance that the course,of justice in the  San Francisco courts had been clogged,  he knew Eill Wheaton to be a resourceful lawyer and a determined man.  Therefore'it relieved him to note the  rlsing^galc, which precluded the possibility of interference from that source.  Let them come tomorrow if they  would:  By that time some of the mines  mies to the point he' desired, to the  .point whore'they would rush to their  own undoing. He' thought with satisfaction of .the role he would play in the  United States press when the sensational news of 0tliis might's adventure  came out. A^court 'offlcial who dared  to do] his duty' despite a lawless, mob.  ���A receiver.who turned a'midnight attack into a rout and shambles. That ia  M'hat they would say. What if he did'  'exceed his1 authority'thereafter"'   What  "�� ,W��fC ;l SC^dal? " WU�� Would      Mrmcn a'TC borri helpless, and some  question?  As to soldiers���no, decidedly! never outgrow-it.  no.     TTe   "v\.-iclifwV ,-��/-.   l,nl��\   nc   n��i,i: _...        . ^  ','Mamma," said'Laura, "may T ask-  just one more question?" 1 ,  "1 suppose so,", nns\vered her mother,   wearily. * ��� .'  Ayell6" coutinued .Laura, ."when a!  describing ,the trick<to"'imer, he  com-.i thP day In  selling 'tickets  at-na  rate;,  pared   himself   to   a "country   clergy- [ higher than at the box .ofHce aud reap-,;  man.  j ed a fine return  hole comes in a stocking what becomes of the piece of stocking that  was , there ;'before the hole, "cameP',?���  Chicago 2*Tew3.' , ' <��� ���   ,  dizzy and hysterical.  Siruve   turned   in  S&*fY  ^��TO .}*��� if' *'  Yon   bag   the   mudhens   aud   the   big.     ��� , ,  ' game runs to cover.    I wanted Glenis- 1     bu'uve   tllri'��d   in   his   chair   as   the ; "would  be   ownerless   and his  position  ter, but vou  let him slip throm-h your '        '" to his privllte office opened, then    strengthened a hundredfold  lingers-now  it's war.    What ��a  mess    loaP('d.to liis fcet at sight of the gi-ay       "-       ' '   "  you've made!   If I had even one helper  with a brain 'the size of a flaxseed, this  "Why does Penryn call his coming  novel/A Scrap I3oolf?' "  "Because it is 'a story of married  life."���Philadelphia Ledger. 1  The Reminders  of Rheumatism  "This clergyman,.he'explained, was  waited on one Sunday morning  young man.  " 'Wil,l"' you  kindly , ask. the  Ration's Sprayers   this morninR  the young  man.   'for   poor  Smith?'   --���'���>,*���'   '���      ��� .....   ,  '. " 'Willingly,' said the-clergyman.  '"Arid, at the proper moment in the  service he besought all those present  to pray earnestly for^the unfortunate \ arc 30 sous. "Go round to this theater J  William   Smith  in   tlie'great  trouble j -au<]  see if, they  hiss-or applaud  the  and  peril that encompassed, him --������'-   ������    ���     - '    l-  Merely   Passing- Through Hiij '  Thomas Bnilex, Aldrich h?-l & rc!'  Alexandre Soumct went'to be shaved ]fSOT\ {l(i'h     ^nv^n���, * ������JL:Wrw  when - "Jeanne, d'^Arc''"was  produced... ��ei)t^ ",     ."; " v   ' ' il  The, barber   had.- finished   one,,, check Y.Y"'   ,   ...'..'...��� ,���  Jj'  when  the author cried: "Stopf-Here ' Minard's Liniment Cjre* Bums.k'  game would bo a gift, biit you've bun  gled every move from the  Tut a  spy in the bull pen  prisoners, and   make  them  fer   them   anything   for   information  eyed girl standing there.  "I came for the papers.'' she said.  "I. knew you would."  The blood went  til'iS. -.vl *(t**''.'��� .5lro  ie start    Pah' ' out 0f llis c',iooUs* 'thc'u surged back up  en with those-1 to bis eyos-    "ft's a bargain then?"  ���m   talk.     Sf- i     ?b�� ,n0dt;Cd,'   "GiV�� tbGm t0 m<^ DTSt"  lie laughed unpleasantly.   "What do  Xow get out'"         ~ ! -V011 laUe ine for?   rn koeP my part of  He called  for a certaib deputy and ! !!le b?rsi,lu 'f you-'11 koep youvs' . But  questioned  him   regarding the     ightN \ th't   *  "��   P,ace', nor^ time'    There'3  quest,   remarking  flnalh ��� U,bLt S   "ot m the air, and I'm busy preparing  "There's treachery somewhere.   Those ! f��-r    t0nieht      C��me   baek   to��"orrow  men were warned."  "Nobody came-near Glenister's house  except Miss Chester," the man replied  "WhatV"  "The Judge's niece.    We caught her j ��   'ny  wblm   t0   hn0^ today-yes,  at  by mistake in the dark." Y"        ,-..,,  Later, one of the men who had been   f1 ' Ie.!l,et?lt"te1d for a timo-  .with  Voorhees at the Northern asked    ("'J   U  8ha11   be  Cold, Wet Weather Starts the  Pain, But the Trouble is  rr , iit the Blood.  lie telephoned the rniTies to throw | Cold, damp weather brings on the  out guards, although he reasoned that ; twinge? and pains of rheumatism, but  none   but   madmen   would   think   of    is not the real cause of the complaint  "The request, he was pleased to  note, .made a' deep impression on the  congregation.  "After the service, meeting the  young man who had,asked for intercession 'in Smith's behalf, the clergyman said: ..     .  '"What   is   the   matter   with   yowr |  Mrs, " Pock���A  'Jiusbsnil. sn'J'sif" -1  piece." -The barber returned, saying:   should he of one mind ,    ,',  "It is a success, monsieur. They np-b . ���i>Ir- 1'eck���-Tut.*, n.y.il-ar, tut 2''  plaud." "Since it is' a success," rtY '8,.i't f<lir fi)r the hu*-lmii-J Uj J^illti-e,  piled   the  author,   "shave  the other."   ,n!n<*ing.  Scribe appeared in the best of spirits1 .*, ' T~- YbTTT n ' ������,  and encouraged the actors.'but'at the!     Repeat   it:���"Shiloh s Cure md  j end, he became nervous and" tore his   always cure my'Coughs  {handkerchief with  his teeth.    Rossini '  :   and colds."  striking there in the face'of the warn- ! The trouble is rooted in the blood and  ing which he knew must have been ! ?an 'only be cured by enriching the  transmitted   through   Helen.   ' Putting i blood and driving the poisonous acid  friend?    -Do   you   think   it would  do ���" walked  about  the  back of  the stage      - ,*.Nota Bite .,  ^  any good if T were to call or, him/        i W|U, his Cane in his hand.   Aubcr was ',  ^""f--^ VnCl1'- 'l0!i::  ''^-   *'  replni ^fraid not,   was the sorrowful q�� bal^ (turn bled   ^    t.   ^  ' "*Is it-so bad as that?" vBaid the ��� works. ��nd Bayard ,on reaching the. .*an hoUr with an uml(rAIfl hftnd!, ^  clergyman. 'What is tlie trouble, : 8tne<> is reported to bave said that he a piece of sponge cake and ��.- ivH  then?' - ! experienced sudden illness. get   a   nihhlu. <-���    '  " 'Bill,' said the other,  'is going to \ �� ' ; ; ' ,*,  be  married."  wlicn it's all over."  But it was the terror of tonight's do-  ! ings that led her into his power.  "I'll never come back," she said.    "It  "Then tori!  shirk  the  fight.  on his raincoat he sought Stillman.  "P.ring* your niece over to my place  tonight. There's trouble in the air and  I'm prepared for it." >  ' "She hasn't returned from her ride  yet. I'm afraid she's caught hi the  storm." Tbe judge gased anxiously  into  tho_0arkness.  "(To be Continued).  China's Oldest Society.  The oldest societyt in China is the  Triad    society,   known   also   as   the  Sam  Hop Hui."    It has its lodges.  om  of  the system      uus 1S  a great   and there ftre fl       , banners     d  medical truth, which every rheumatic "  sufferer .should realize. ' Liniments  and outward applications can't cure  the    trouble���they    can't   reach    the  blood. The sufferer is only wasting  valuable time and good money in experimenting with this sort of treatment���and all the time the trouble is  beco:   ' -  brellas connected with it. It holds  regular meetings, and it forces \ influential individuals to join its organization if they are not amenable .0  persuasion. Jt has the power of life  and   death   over   its   members,    who  Lave their own  signs  and  password.  j You  can  tell,  it  is  said,   whether -a  ifi  was  "Mother Said,  got hungry while she  out,  that  I   codd have a  Mooncy  Biscuit."  Meteors.  In  Chinese literature there  tion of meteors which fell in 644 B.C. ! impure, weak blood.   They purifv and   16G4 A- ��-. or twenty years ai'tcTtho  The   oldest   known    meteorite '-which'' strengthen   it    and    so  root    out  the   confines  was seen to fall is now on exhibition [ cause  of  rheumatism.  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  THE  MOONEY BISCUIT  AND CANDY    "  CO.  LIMITED.  STRATFORD.  HAMILTON,  OTTAWA.  SYDNEY, ���  WINNIPEO.  CALOARY,  VANCOUVER.  B.'i'ifJ'W'i*->  MBrritiflN  to man from now on.    Very well. Glen- '     "I1J llav0 t,,e'-1 ���"iih me,  ister, I'll have your life  for that,  and    ln al1 ,J��1"'-  then-yoifll    pay,    Miss    Helen." '    Ue  considered   carefully.      A   plot    for    a  lot.     If  he  could   not swap   intrigue  th,these miners and beat them bad-  he deserved to lose.    Now that the  gave   herself   to, their   cause;   he  ���,V'M ��!*���.����� ww >���! I'I   (Mill JUI 1 I III' i ill) I \ 111 I  ������"     illUM  We'll start , blossoms.    So   fond   is   the  Queen   erf   "/"'"'f'nhout Die house.   On  "In  an   luur,"   bhe  echoed   lifelessly  and left him.  He  chuckled   grimly  and  seized   the 1  telephone.      "Central ��� call    the    Sled  roadbouse���seven   rings  on  the   Snake  river     branch.    - Hello!      That     you.  this   rose   that   .���,   cauY; Tlo* �� , ^morning I .was b���ah)e^ b'car^y | S^ercS o^^m *  ^ *' ^  grown by thousaiifls in huge bordera  near her f.ivorite dairy, ,-is well as in  the garden" *uirroundini? her home.  Thankfulness,  "Thankfulness,"   said .Uncle   Ebep,  "aln'   nuffln'   but   the   common  sense  weight,    except   with    extreme  I.- J "   '  out  dc  roller and rolled  raving tried so much modieinV with' ; V* a��wn  r��r U,C <*<**l���>   That :  ut  bf-nr-nt   I   began   fo  think   I   wns    ��,      y   l ls S0 smootll-"-I^ndon Tit- i  loomed  to be a cripple.    One  day a'   BUs'  rs Si Sir io-lP'Dr-wn,ii^  B*   rvYb       ��� :    &hfi  Bni(1-   'r'ta^   them  ie ! eveiy sprint? as-a tonic for my blood  Then   he  passionately  e word once. ��� She would do so.agaii,   l ,fI*-'l*-*�� went straight to  the other  wo- j P'e's   w-rongs.  He hurried  to'Stillmati's house and !ma" "bd this time was not kept waiN : cried:  I ing nor greeted with sn|ers, but found !     "'Where  are  America's, great  men?  j Cherry cloaked in-a shy'dignity, which i Why don't they take up the cudgel  in  j .she clasped.tightly about herself.    Un- ; 0l,r defense?    In the face of our'manual   he sent for ! der  her  visitor's ��� incoherence she   lost i if old wrongs why do they remain cold,  '----������'   '��������� -   '  ber   dillidence,   however,   and,   when ��� immovable, silent?' '  stormed into the presence of the judge.  He told the story so artfully that the  judge's astonished  unbelief .yielded to  rage and  cowardice  his niece.    She came down.' white and  silent,   having  heard   the   loud   voices.  The old nitin berated her with shrewish fury, while McNaniiiru stood silent.  The girl listened  with  entire self control until  hor uncle made a reference  to Glenister that she found intolerable.  "Hush:    1  will not listen.'" she cried  pa.-sionately.    "I  warned hfm because  you would have sacrificed him after he  Helen had finished, remarked, with de-  cision:    "Don't go ,-w'ith  him.    He's  a  bad man." ���[  "Hut I .must. Thc blood of those men  will be on me if I don't stop this tragedy. If those papers tell tho tale I  think they do, I can call off my uucle  and make McN'amara give back the  mines.    You  said Struve /told you the  "'Because they're all cast ia-bronzer  shouted a cynic-in the rear."  had saved our live*    That is aiL    He    wlioJe scheme.   Did you see the proof r  Bucolic Humor,  "Hiram, why don't y011 speak to that  city gal out there a-.sittiii' on the grass  With her back up agin your 'No Trespassing' sign?"       '.  "Mandy,   that  young   woman  is   be-   ^  neatli my nofice."-Iio.stuii Transcript   'j  Saved  by a  Puncture.  ���'I am a swift runner," said the man  snake story, "and as  mountain   I  outdis-  python that was so re-  ng    me.    But   these  nning.  To .-twist, itself  a cart wheel vritvj -v,��78  ment; and now."tine py-  Not only 'did my 'Mki;s"Y KZulhui ' Z,!n Ka'n��f    Faster aDd rtster  T felt like'a different JnrV���n Xli .'^   !l rolled dow�� "ie steep Incline. Then,  " serpent had struck a sharp  '-  "nd  punctureO.    I< was  Globe.  driving out the painfuf d'/seas'e'���'    >U& j His   Strenuous  Job.  Act only rheumatic sufferers; but L n latcly Passed through a smtill  "I!lio l,t!lVCi "n'V- troublfi due t0 weak. i|?^ <����� a -.train. Say, but that sta  watery blood or impure blood can find ! l,on   "~ '   '   '      '  wmTc   ',rnJlp,h '1,,e  fnir  "se   of'��r  Williams'  I'irik   PilJs  medicinf.  c<>nts a '  'il>  WANTeD.-SOUTH   AFRICAN   VOLUNTEER       BOUNTY  ( CERTIFICATES.  '[   you   wish   to   sell   your   scrip   for cash,    write  A.    D.    SPROULE,  Winnipci!.  LAND.  --.      Sold    by   all  dealers   or   by   mail   at   50  Tho    ti ''ox,?.r.1?i* boxes for -^-.r>0 from  Hie    Dr.    Williams"       BrockviJlo,  Ont.  Medicine    Co.  W.    N.    U.    No.   7331  tion   agent  has   a   lot  to  do!    When  the   train   comes   in   he's  got  to   sell  tickets,  attend  to  the  mail,  shift thf.  express,   check   the   baggage    fix  th  signal  lights,  put the  danger lanteri  at the street crossing, post the train  I  rn  i*>  telegraph   instruments  and "   " ��      16  on   the   bulletin   board  telegraph   i  messages."  carry  th*  ���T^eavens!' Was he doing all that?  No; he was asleep."  Z2^!��iS2&XZSiti:i  ^^mm^^mKeitm-^^MiMi  ^i^i^^^^^U-^^ifc^^i^r'^ ^*i^  ^-flijitiv Lf-'uii^n--;  ������-cw7" *��Kj^t^��iBs9*-(��(��4lfl,^i>TUfel; ^ Yfxcynv-r"* -TiCTryrriWHi  Tit,ratM^IHHi1>~!^7 FI  i  IS-ai  urc ���������-.<! nca  ;*<"t�� i.th^r  1 '-n'y trow,  ���ft-'s^nct,  M Zsia.Bul  JVE LID.  * <*'���*! Slrttl  1 -Zsin Bsl ,'  Vttn I),  W| on ih,  * slin ,u  1,1 * ��iwliu  T-*!'". ItM  �� *V9li��i  cht-fUd (J  i��   tv  'hj  * *l�� wvij  ��. ffi'citf  i. ffcutUmi.  ^4 iaiuio.  stiDniMUj,  '.Iptptt*.  '  ��d   It.  11 a great &���'!,  it .sLvi).,'. Cu  l'A'1   >���*) li�� io-  "   Tin"? _i  . h.l-.e Dtil If.  'Iirrt1 *CrkJj  'S   llfpubht .,  KTublr i'lffr  ���Hurry yoa t  id Mi]*': '.If  ��� > our* Jh'si  i|)tnv Sjrep  ij.'inv on lhe  I'i.1 irmeliK,  .������m It rfl^  ira courA' tr  hcate it'Ira,'  i*. iiSl pfvvj j |  ugh Hit) '  i hp-l & iff!',  lo. Hm "ui  ;ir..bii.ft#r  i i^r- ��J4 s*  y,M;.l J'J-v.l  i. tym hU t  In' Wiioiw"-  -ch:i*rarrvBiA|  Burns, etc.  i  .  .1. r.n'1' sift ���  W 2*'  ���ar,  t,. j.. *nt��  ^ t  > Cure will  md colds."  . .iiiirl. re  !, ci-.' n  urn Lr K"  hand!: iM  .id ��.- f*i!  **.-  >,  .f  ,,��?  ���QMACH INDIGESTION.  \-tta Strikes at tkt Root of tht  Trouble.  THE    LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ^Y^l Y  Wfy'fl&ZM  COLLEGE  NICKNAMES.  Some Popular With the Students���Objection   Made   to   Others.  Some of lhe'colleges have a great  dislike to the way In wuith Uiev a're  referred to commonly m connection  with athletics. For instance, Wes-  leyaiTmen don't like to be called "the  Methodists," as they appear sometimes  At  the  Naval   academy   there  is  o ���  TRY THIS FOR  YOUR COUGH  MR. 8. J. MA8SEY.  ,  S.���J.  Masscy, formerly n  resi-  of "Toronto, -and   a   well-known j  Ini'ss'man,   writes   from  5M7  Guy  ^t, Montreal,' Quebec:  wish to testify, to the good results  fve derived from the use of Peruna.  laving  been .troubled  for  several  with 'catarrh of the head. I ,de-  to give Perunaia fair trial and I  ' truly say .1   have received great  bfit  from Jts   use,    < It  evidently  ��cs at the very root of the trouble  'jrood results,an? soon noticeable  ! have also found 'Peruna   a very  liable' remedy for stomach  trouble  indigestion. '  have no~ hesitancy ���whatever in  Snimending   Peruna'- as. a   reliable  Irrh  remedy."    '    ,   .  Shore are, several kinds of indige.v  , strong prejudice against being called  | "Annapolis.", The navy men aren't  | particularly fond of "inlfishlpmen."  j Ihey believe the proper name for iheir  Institution Is "the navy."  Columbia has a great distaste for the  name of "Columbians" for their representatives in athletics or other public  appearances. At the University of Chicago there is a dislike of the name  ���Chicago university," sometimes applied. l,'  Although not so strongly opposed lo  it, students at Pennsylvania do not like  tlie  full title "University of Pennsylvania" as  well as plain "Pennsylvania."   "Penn" Is preferred to either.  j "Maroons" for Chicago men, "Gophers"  , for   Minnesota,   "Badgers"   for   Wis  ,j consin students, "Coriihuskers" for N'e  . braska, - ''Wolverenes"   for   Michigan,  :| "IHlni" for the men of llllriols-all are  I names that  are popular at those colleges and are used by the men there  In speaking of their own teams.    Indeed,   to   a   man   unacquainted   with  nicknames  the average  statement  regarding a  conference college  Is  puzzling because of the almost entire lack', sure cure  of'stralghtout names.      '   ,   '  Mix two ounces of Glvcerine with a  half-ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure and a half pint of straight  Whi*ky. Shake well, and takp in  uo-.es of^ a teaspoonful every four  hours. This, mixture possesses the  healing, healthful properties of the  Pines, and will break a cold in  twenty-four hours and cure anv cough  that is curable. In having tins  formula put up, be sure that your  druggist uses the genuine Virgin Oil  of Pine compound pure, prepared and  guaranteed only by tlie Leach Chemical Co.,  Windsor, Ont.  THE OLD SAIL DRILL  ' Nothing Doing  "My face is my fortune, sir," said  the maid with the quotation habit.  "Oh, well," rejoined the prosaic  youth, -'you don't need to wory for  fear some man will marry vou "foi  your wealth." i '  SO  Lots of people wouldn't know what  to do with patience if they had it.  Minard's  Linim-mt Co., Limited.  Have  used MINARD'S LINIMENT  for Croup; found nothing to, equal it;  THE  DOCTORS.  ���k  Tribute to the  Nobility of the Medical  1 Profession.'    .  s To enter the. medical profession is, to  find   oneself  iu  most noble company  When Dante was led  presence of "the ma  know" he saw Aristotle surrounded by  group of thc sages of antiquity. Look  CHAS. E. SHARP.  HawKshaw, N.BYSept. l3t, I9C5���  Perils the Modern Warship Men Do  Not Have to Face.  One of the dangers and one of the  hardest tasks of the man-of-war's man  vanished out of his life when, with the  supplanting of the frigate by the steam  cruiser, the old time sail drill, became  a thing of the past Fleets in the old  days were continually exercised ia  making and shortening sail, shifting  spars and all similar maneuvers aloft,  s-ays Captain J. W. Gambier of the  British navy In his ,"Links In My Life."  As the greatest rivalry existed among  the crews as to which ship should  carry out the evolution first accidents  were frequent. Hardly a drill day  passed without men being seriously injured.  Once during a drill in Kiel harbor,  whore the rivalry in the fleet was increased by  the eagerness of foreign  ships to compete,with,the English, au j  unfortunate French midshipman went ,'  head first from the mizzen orosstrees ' yj]  of the French flagship to the deck.  That numbers of accidents should  take place in sail drill, was uot astonishing when one remembers that spara  measuring perhaps seventy, or eighty  feet long and weighing two or three  tons were 'whisked .about, with bewildering speed with nothing but  men's hands" and brains to guide  them; hundreds of men crammed Into  a space of a few hundred square feet,  IT IS NO TROUBLE  TO WORK NOW  A CROSS ON  HIS BACK.  it  Was  SAYS    MISS   ELSIE   J.   ALLEN  AFTER   USING   DODD'S  KIDNEY    PILLS.  She Suffered from Weakness and Kidney Trouble, but the old Reliable  Kidney Remedy Cured Her Completely. '  St. Croix, N.B. (Special).���That the  pain? and weakness which make life  almost unbearable to so many women  are easily and completely cured by  using Dodd's Kidney Pill*, is once  more shown in the ease of Miss, Elsie j  J. Allen of this place. '       '   '  Was   Made   With   Chalk,   but  Too  Heavy to  Carry.  There is a story of an eiiTious tailor  current with the French peasautiy.  He fancied that his neighbor, who received a pension for the loss of aa arm  incurred while fighting for his country, was better off than himself. Both  men went to pay their rent on the  same day.  "Tha*'.s a lucky man," sahOJlie tailor  to the landlord. -He gets Veil paid  for his arm."  "But who would be willing to part  with an arm, even if he wpre paid'for  it:" said the landlord. " \\  "I WGuld." declared the tailor.  "Vou."' cried the landlord. "Why,  man. you wouldn't be willing to bear  I   suffered   greatly   from     kidney  trouble and weakness before I began '.anything of lhe sort, uo  matter how  taking  Dodd's   Kidney   Pills,"    Miss, much you were paid for it."  Allen faays.'   "I was so weak I  could (    "I v. isli slrorne one would try inc."  hardly get around, arid-work was al- |    "Now. .*-ee here,"'said the landlord,  most impossible.   Life was a struggle i who had studied  human nature, "I'll  heard  of  Dodd's  Kidney  l/ills . tell you what-if you'll wear even so  is a chalk mark on your--back  I'll remit your rent as long as you  wear it on your coat so it can Lie seen,  o'not'feelT  MylS   Uie ��""��'��   ***�����"��' *��   ^ n��  o trouble me so much, is ! ��"(f Y'b-V * ls t,1Pro-"  mg and I don't feel anv .      A;-ro<*d,"   said   the ' tailor., eagerly.  I   began  taking  them  and  soon   felt | U1_ci,  better.' I took seven boxes in all and '  they cured me.  '���'I  can  now, do  my work  the year  round and do          which used'to  well and strong    ._._ _ __ ^  pains at all." -, " "" j "Thai's an easy way to pay rent.'  The' root of women's troubles ii in '   <So t''e chalk mark In the form,of a  '  the   kidneys.   'There   is   hot  a   weak, ! cross   was  made ou  the back  of  his j  .- ���,.-.*. v. ��� ,v,-,T iiu.iui._-u isuuare reel i ^uffer��*g -woman ; in    Canada    that, coat,  and  the delighted  tailor  sallied  where nothing but the most marvelous !    f, ��� s  .K]d.ne>'   Plll<3   wi**   not-   help,, forth upon thc- street,  -organization and discipline could avert ! ������  p,���?������?, ^7 ^^ Do,dd'B ?ic1'      Swingers  and acquaintances  hailed  death on deck or aloft ' '    i     ' - c ft eo**'Pll}t9 cure    him   to tell  him of the   mark  ou  his  by Virgl. into the j g^dBy-'h.TclS  suddenly "" Il0V* ���In* llke 'W^g'i  ster of them that   *^�� T wish  w^ �����'-, 'invitprl ' l)]ock* "��alwere Instantly too fa  )tle surrounded iv    ,.',"   ,e   nOT   l  *'?��  we had  invited.  /riH ,.���_,���   ,,���   .������������,_,*, ,,������>,,  .ie trouble may he due to slugpish-j ^ thc'nl as tue-v are Introduced one by  ������j....     i ���        .��__    _>_      i .><.-1    i   fin/>      mni-3, **��--**-     mill     ���-. ���     * l. _ j/  _     _��� . ���  i of the liver, derangements of'thel one' and you will see that'a foi  iel.s,Jt*nlargcirii*iil"of the pancreas,( them boar names'.illustrious in  him. for next Sunday!���Meggendoifer  Blatter  f0Urm vl     T�� Men Wh�� Live'lnactive  Lives.-  |t may he due to life stomachU'tself" | cine.- To take note of but one^IIIpp'oc-   Joule ''for " the" s��tomach' ^nd^vstenJ  nearly nil cases of stoma'ch. in-   rates, is there.    The student, will  not ��� generally; but there are those who are  pstion  catarrh (of'the stomach ��� is*   turn .to, his pages now to ,learn what " "  [cnupe.   The only permanent relief I has to be taught In modern text books  lo,; remove  the  catarrh.   y      '        j or c*aS3 rooms." Yet he will do well to  irrnna has becopie well known the! |���y to heart the spirit that guided "the  lid over as a rerndy .* such cases , father 0f medicine" In drawing up the  oath imposed on the students of tbe  Same   Old   Exception.,'. j H'PP<>cratic school.   "With purity and  inyleton-Does your wife ever��"'ac-> *"?   bol,ncss'"   the'candidate .was  i-Wedge   your ,'superioritvp  '    - mfde to swear, "��l  will pass-my life  u-ddbrly���Only , when   she   has' a I   -     Practlce  m^ art-    lHto whatever  j pencil that requires sharpening, i houscs I enter I will go Into1 them'for   :  , ,,   ! the benefit of the sick,  will abstain  t- of Ohio, City of Toledo/; "        f from every voluntary act of mischief  Lucas County.        A '    | and corruption."  rank J. Cheney makes oath that; In'the long succession of those who  Ji* senior partner of tlie firm of F.J,have enlarged the bounds of bis sci-  IC'iii-ney nnd Co., doing business in!, ence   the student' will   meet   with -a'  To  the 'landsman,   who  understood '  nothing  of the  difficulty  involved, in !  rapidly shifting these great masts and  yards or in reeling and furling thousands of square feet of stiff canvas���  perhaps wet or half frozen���the rapld-  ���,   . ,   n  is   <i ���  i st '   ���*���}"'with'whL-h it was.done was' per-  l���, ,a"l!~?n.!?:l)"?,k^In5^iL��^e:   haps the chief wonder,  through  hot from  friction, to be, touched,' had to be  checked to within a fev.- inches,' requiring the utmost coolness aud presence  of 'mind, while rthe officer in command had to superintend wli'at to the  uninitiated looked like a tangled mass  of cordage, but which' was in' reality  no more in confusion than the threads  la a loom.  ,In,an Instant this officer might see  something going wrong. To delay a  single second meant a terrible'catastrophe. , Every , one,' alow andv aloft,  was relying on his judgment. ,'  "Belay!   Ease away!"    '  The order came In an instant.   The  boatswain's   mates   repeated   it   in   a  in i particular .call , which   this   life   and  compelled to follow sedentary occupa  tions and tlie inactivity-tends to re  strict the healthy-action of the digestive organs and siekne.ss follows,  Parmele��'n Vegetable Pills regulate  the stomach and liver . and restore  healthy action. It is wise' to have 'a  packet of the pill? always on hand.'  No Choice.  .  Girl���-I want a' pound of tea.      '  Grocer���Green   or   black*  Girl���It, don't  make, no 'difference.  It's for a lady what's color-blind.  DOES NOT NEED A DOCTOR.  There  Brief Conversation  is,a  government   official  Washington'to whom'ail' unnecessary^1 death necessity soou taught every  or insane question is, aB a red flag-to 'to understand, the shrill whistles ri  frl. that cannot he cu'red by the use-J fl S���'?,? ,7 fT*   ^ ""/P" * '?  [HaiTa Catarrh Cure. . .?,PlaC,e '" hJs ^fe����� belcause- ^����-h  FRANK   J" GITENFY   'JYlameIess ��* sin,.'they had  not been  Sworn to before me and .subscribed! ^PUzed.-Sir 'Alexander   Sinjpson   In  niy presence,"this, Gth day of De-J 1-ondon Quiver. ' ,   ' .   -     .  nbca, A.D.' 1SSC. ���?    '  or  a hull  ', Last summer he made his usual trip  to Euiope. On thd'first day out,ir.,m  New York ,he was strolling on the  promonade^leck, when'suddenlv than,  appeared before him a man wlior.i lie  had   not  seen  for  years.  "Why, professor," exclaimed  man. "To meet you, of all men I  you going across?".      ,       ,  "Yes," growled the professor;  you?"���Harpers'f Weekly."   ,  th;  Are  ar.i  .-,-il.l  A,   W..GLEASON,        ''       ,   ,       The" Old   Egg..  \ Notary' Public ' "New York Is tip louger young and  J-lnll'*, Catarrh Cure is-.taken inter-' unsophisticated," said a man who, has  lly, and acts directly on the blood1 visited all the old world capitals. "She  P.IT-y^us surfaces "of the''syitem'| has now all the weariness and vice of  ^u for testimonials free.' -' j-,Paris,.London and  Rome.   They who  iV i       ,.1C1t\P>*  ^.9��" To,pd��.  04 still   speak   of   New   York  as   voung,  \\    ii n     TprUg^SH',-,',5c', I childish, Innocent, remind me 'of Lord  ailnon       'S * c?"-;Exe of the Carlton.  * '  j     "Lord Exe, at seventy, tried to lead  ^ =.. i the life of a youth of twenty-five.   Ele  , (     "b     ' Repeat   dyed his hair,, wore a corset and fre-  -"Shiloh's Cure will always   f-ucnted   lhe   "Jusic   haIls-   Piccadilly  irP    m���   r.n-.-.rrUr.    -Ya    J^a~ n    circus and ,the Burlington arcade.  One  re   my ^coughs   and   colds.', afternoon ���a hc drove tmm the Carl.  ton In his brougham a-meniber said,  smiling:  " There goes Exe. lie told me over  a whisky aud soda just now that he  felt as fresh as a two-year-old.'  "Another member sneered.  ",'IIe probably meant a two-year-old  egg,' he murmured."  , She���They say girls can't . threw  straight, but_when a .girl throws sly  glanefes I notice she generally hits i.he  'mark. . ",,     ; . ^  Ho (rpecntly biften^���Yes, the"earmark."���Boston Herald. '        .  ."ok under the thumb of any mar-  *d noniaii and you wills, find a man  Remedy"for  Bilious   Headache.���  those subject lo bilious headache  lr��ii'loe's Vegetable Pills are recom-  |< n.li'd  as the  way to speedy  relief j  l^n   according to   directions   they j  Jl! Mlbdue irregularities of the sbi-j  Jfu-'i and so net upon the nerves and'  joi->l  \esscls. thai   the   puins' in ' thc j  pd will coase.    There are few  who  ti  |u*u.->  r Hugo  and   Merimee.  ���It Is probable that  with the exception of Byron no great literary genius  not at some  time subject to  bil-, ever was greeted with such a storm  and familiar with its aUen-i 0f   vilification   and   abuse   as   Victor  For  the   Poor  . A travelling show went to a'country  town  in  the  west and   advertised   to  give   a  performance  for   "the   benefit  of  the- poor."    Tickets   were  only  2*>  cents, and as a result the opera houpo  was crowded to the door.s.   The next  morning a committee rcpresentiiiK the  poor called  upon the manager of il 1  company  and  politely  asked  for  the  receipts.       The   theatrical   man   pr >-  fussed     to     be     dumbfounded.       "I  thought," said   his   -visitor,   "you  fd  vertised   this'    performance   for   the  benefit of the poorr '   "Pure," repl-<*l!  the shrewd  manager.   "Didn't we put \  the price of tickets down to a quar'or  so  that all   the poor could  come'-'"���  Church Times.  one  rising  above the din of tramping feet and  running ropes or the thunderous crash  of the great sails tn the wind. Death  had been averted���or not. If not you  looked up and saw some unfortunate  man turning bead over heels in the  air. Your heart stood still. Would he  catch hold of something, even if' only  to break his fall,ror'would he come  battering on the deck?, "it was a mere  toss up; If he was killed outright It-  generally stopped ^the "drill for the  day; if he was only seriously injured  the 'drill weiit on,'- for, this -was part  of the lesson that,, mustbbe- learned���  that In peacef as in war- one must take  his chances.       - ���       ������    ,      ' ' *��� .  Mrs.    F.   Porier,    Vallcyfield,  1   Que.,    , says:���"1     always    'use  '   Baby's Own Tablets for my lit-  1   fie   one,   and' therefore     never  h 'need a' doctor..   When my baby  '   is feverish or restless I give her  h   a   Tablet,   and   in ,a   couple  "of  r   hours' she   is   all   right.     They'  '   have been, of the greatest hen'e-  fit  to   her   when   teething,   and  are just the thing in all emr-r-   *  gencies."  These Tablets' prompt-   *  ly   cure  colic,   indigestion, 'con-   *  , stipation,      diarrhoea,     destroy ^*;  ��� worms,   break   up   colds,     and   *i  4make  teething  easy.    Good  for   *j  children   of   all  ages.,   Sold   by   * ]  medicine dealers or by  mail at <*\  25   cents   a   box   from   The  Dr.   *'  Williams' Medicine  Co.,  Brock-   *,  ville, Ont. "   *;  *l  , back., Jokes were made at Ids ex-  I pease, children laughed and pointed at  ! hlra, and lils"wjfe annoyed him with  i quesLi'ins and with conjugal familinrl-  | 'y told him lie ,was a fool. The usually amiable man grew,, surly and mo-  j i;ose; lie shunned men, women and  #' children and frequented back streets  ���; Before the week was up the tailor  .; found  himself embroiled in a quarrel  ��� -with   his.'best   friend,   his   wife' had  ��J threatened to, leave his bousp.^and he  ��� [ considered himself 'miserable and ill  ��I used. '" t. s  i j ' Finally one night he took off his  *, coat and rubbed out the chalk mark  "band said: "There! I would not Wear  *( that cross on my back another week,  *| no, not if I could have all the money.  * I there is in Paris!" . .  >/ 1  i  ...  .4',  (A  jl  ROBIN HOOD  NOT ,A MYTH.  CATALOG;  HTi*:  A.- ,��. JV.CKENZ.E .CO., LTD,  'l HAVE  YOU  TASTED"f.  M'ii wl)cn n man proves that he is  Roman's,"superior she doesn't U-lieve  ��m evils.   Yet none need suffer with   Hugo when he published "Les Mlser-  ' s,> plll:J nt hand. ables."   While the book took the pub-,  lie literally off  their  feet,  almost all  Hugo's rivals united in co'.Jemumg It  and its author.  Prosper Merimee wrote In reference  linard's Liniment'for sale*cverywhere I t0 a d,nner ��,ren to Uu"'�� at Brussels:    , j     "Have    you    read     Victor ' Hugo's  f-Vyhirr (o keep out of debt is about-' speech at the dinner given to him by  h.'td as being in it. . Belgian   librarians   and   other   scoun  drels   of   Brussels?     His   statements  "See here," said the irate roomer to  the chambermaid, "don't you ever  sweep under the bed?"  "I always do," answered the girl  innocently. "It's so much handier  than usoing a dustpan."���Chicago  Daily News. '  A Short Verse.  An, Englishman named Thomas  Thorp died, leaving his fortune to a  poor relative on condition that a headstone, with the name of ihe said  Thomas Thorp and a verse of poetry,  be erected over the grave; Costing  so much a word to chisel letters on  the stone, the poor relative ordered  that the poetry should be brief. Upon  his refusal to approve, on account,of  their length, the lines .'  Here lies the corp '  Of Thomas Thorp <  the following was finally ordered and  accepted:   '  Thorp's  Corpse.  Hero of Sherwood Forest Had a Co'urt J  Place Under King Edward lit < '  Many famqus men have their names  linked with'Sherwood���King John, the !  three Edwards, Richard IIL, Cardinal j  Wolsey and Charles I.���but the hero of !  tho place, the "genius loci/' is  Eqbln ;  noo^.  - ,,   ������  y v        ,   '    j  <- Some think that the famous outlaw ,  of the'ballads was a myth."a mere y>6- t  etie conception and,a creature,of the ,  popular mind, but Mr. (nun.ter in his, (  research into the person aud period of  BETTER   THAN .SPANKING.       ' Robin' Hood  holds'that he -was  born  Spanking does not curerchildren of. between 12S3 and 1203; lijjing through  bed-wetting;   There is a constitutional, the.reign of the second Edward and  cause for this trouble.   Mrs. -M., Sum-' into the early years of the third.    He'  mers, Box W. T-, Windsor, Ont., will   was of 'a family,of some station seat  .,:>!  All men who stand upright do not,  act accordingly. - .  \  ,    '    .      TEA"  -    '       '*  The purest & most deliciojs of all'  i  Lead  packets only.  'Highest award  J  St.  Louis, '1904.  n  jss:in*c3  YOUR.  -     WE   PAY   UP   TO   SB.  We,are specialist* in Northwestern,  send free to any mother her successful j ed near Wakefield and supported the !LR'iw F'urs and pay the highest fprici:a  home treatment, Yvit.h    full  instruc-' Earl   of   Lancaster   in   his   rebellion ' f��r Foxes, Lynx'; Wild Cats', Bndgers.  . t.  Sl-iuI  for' price list ,and  ship to  M.'  F.   PFAELZER   &.   CO., ^v  6 'East- 12th   St.,   New   York.  ireai-meni, aiso  cures  aauiis anci  agea       UQ anim;sls found iu the fol.est  .,  people troubled with urine difficulties ,,��� ,������..,-������ ���   -~nn-     ,*,,���,       .,  by day or niglit.    .       -        ' by levying a spec es(ipf black mu   -  .        '    ���   passengers along the great road win  London .and   Berwick.  filch ��� $15  This  [II.  1 1 1 1 |.  i^'art*. will rrn lor the prettiest hands   ^'cro without depth,  solidity or coni-  '���������iglitly.        Clear   the   excrescences' mon sense.. He Is a man who intoxi-  I*'1.' hy using Holloway's* Corn Cure,,'catcs himself^ with wortls aud does uot  Ihich acts thoroughly and painlessly ' take the trouble to think."   ���  [    .Victor Hugo retorted by writing to 0  Not a Competitor friend,   "M.  Merimee  Is a  man uatu-  b-it   the   reception)���Don't    you' rally vile."    "'-'ii  young lady standing  near,   ��**;��� ' '''l10  >�� a   beauty? I As tho   Twig   Is   Bent.  r " (oo]i!ly)_Oh, I don't know.   Do1    "I hope you were a good little boy  ���)},   "(Y  !u>r?    . j while at you aunt's and didn't tell any  Bri-i,   of'S'   S,Ui>   is   ifrs'     ���[,h-rwin-ai stories," said his mother.  !.*.',��� '.."  "!���'?���    . I     "Only the one you put me up to, ma,"  replied her young hopeful.  "Why, what do you mean, child?"  "When she asked  rue If I'd like to  have a second piece of cake! said, "No,  thank you; I've  had  enough.'"  ac 1   f  '���s,   .she  '������ a  week. ,  (sw,.e(ly)_Al,r  Now  n,n,   j  sop-  '"'  another point of   view,   she,  "iitiful.  AND.  cohol  not needed  Ayer's Sarsapanila   Is  not   a  $     ��"8. drink-   As now made,  '$ J? ,-e lf no< a drop of alcohol  r'"' jnri   ,1san��n-alcohoHctonic  doct? terKtiVe*   As^>our own  octor about your taking this  bTonCJner,for th,'n' imP^e  ev��P10d.- Follovbhls advice  ^rytrnie.   He-knows."  V The-Bab."  The East Indian teacher who fouuded  ihe cult known as "Babism" was "the  Bab"-Mirza Ali Mohammed.    He was  born   in   Shiraz,   Persia,   in   the   year  1S"0    He was trained-at first to.com- I  me'rcial life, but a pilgrimage to Mecca ,  nwakeued   in   his. heart   the  religious!  near which- made tiliu  devote, his life j  henceforth   lo   developing ' tnO.^nhiu ,  ���which he held. - Upon his return to his |  ii'itlve. city  in". 18-1-1' he   assunml-the  title of Bab, or "Gate" leading to the  truth     In   the, eyes'.of   the  orthodox  Mohammedans the tenets of tlw ��nb  were rank heresy, aud iic was taken,  io Tabriz and simt. '  "After taking three  bottles of your wonderful  medicine,  our  baby was  entirely well and needed  no more medicine. At sixteen months  of age she  weighed thirty pounds.  She had cried eight months,  night and day, and nothing  did her good until we tried  Scott's Emulsion. "-MRS.  E. C. SMITH, Villa Rica,  Ga.  The Gingerbread Tree. <  There is a species of palm, growing  -to a height of from twenty-five to thirty feet, in Egypt, Arabia, Abyssinia  and Is'ubia which produces its fruit in  long clusters, each containing from  100 to 200. These fruits are of an  irregular form, of a rich yellowish  brown color and are beautifully polished. In upper Egypt they form part  of the food of the poorer classes of inhabitants, the part eaten being the  fibrous, mealy husk, which tastes almost exactly like gingerbread, whence  the popular name of gingerbread tree  iu Egypt. Hyphoene thebaica -is the  botanical name of this palm.  tions."   Send nq^money^ hut write her; against   the   government.    When1 -the' { ^tc-  to-day   if  your   children 'trouble   you' earl fell and  his followers  were pro- 1  in, this-way. < Don't 'blame the child," scrjbed Robin Hood~took-to the, woods j  the chances are it can t* help it.   This' and SUpportocl himself bv slaving the '=    treatment also cures adults and aged, wUQ anim;sls found iu t[le fore^t ,ln{] , KEEP YOKH IGNITION RIGHT  ._ on  passe  A.o^^ twenty   months.  You  are our only child,  and -ive  oY fr��m   ,pn]; , 3r; to December,  102-3.  pect vou td be good." '   j vrhca   he {eU   into  l^e king's  power,  -'"Well, it isn't mv fault thai J'm' who for 'some unknown~ reason not  your only child,", replied Johnny,,1 on'-r pardoned him, but gave him a  "and it's asking too much to expect; place at court. Anyhow, a man of the  me to he good for a lot of brother & and , name of Robyn Hode was .a "larlct"  of the king in 1324.  Dr. Spencer T. Hall says that Robyn  was created Earl of nuntington by a  London   ballad' writer  hard up  for ii  word   to   rhyme   to   Little   John.     Ee  tbis,as it may, Robin Hood will always  be the hero of romance, and those who  love  romance   will   refuse^ to  believe  that he never existed.���London Globe.  -   -m  ������V   '?/--'.>'��I  sister.-, that I haven't got  Minard's'   Liniment   Cures    Dandruff  We blame providence for our poverty, but take the credit ourselves when  we got rich.  I  , \   \ "\ '5% of ail Gasoline Engine troubles  III come fro'il poor  Ignition.  , ,  ''Mil1'5    " V,M   MAGNETO"      does  I   I   t=*��V<\  a��a> Willi l'...:ierici .--id can  ���.._   _L J. ��� VrfiAi ) 1 ���=*���' "���*���''* " ���>">  Lngine..lIt  frHi^y^__W-UiJJ a 1 iv _, i s, ^ ej.-. gon.1 hot spart  iSg^^^gZSfJ*'  J uliy Guarjntted ��� AucuV,  >��2S2-S22 i--l Wacted.  A. R. VC'il!i2ms Atichincry Co. Limited, Toronto  GASOLINE MANTLES  Grawty ami Hollow wire system.  State wliich 3-011 use.  High   Grade   Goods. Prices   Right.  Prompt   Shipment.  , GAS    STOVE    DEPARTMENT,  Winnipeg Elec. Railway Co.,'  322  Main Street.  Winnipeg.  Gave   Missus  Away  "Is Mrs,. Brown at home*" inqiiiied  the caller.  "No, ma'am  maid.  'Then il was you who was singing  she isn't," replied the1  Mansfield's   Lonely    Mrals.  There were two meals which Mansfield always ate aloue���breakfast and  so dieadfully out of tune when I turn-i ,ine 'Y"c repasc  ed  the corner,"'said the caller.' ! late in the afternoon.   An empty stom-,  "No, indeed, ma'am," cried the indignant maid, "that was mi-ssii*.!"���  Cleveland   Leader.  Wa publish our formulas  Wo b��,nleh alcohol  from our m*tlloin*a f  Wo04Ttro"urtoJ   ^upb'S"'who ' always   asks   foolish  F..-fi,kvn  -������*, -*2SS^iaUoSiB'   "What   Is.  the    object    In  W\ lc oWSV./'te5; 'hf ��"' �����.J    throwing the n ..ebor overboard r  J  A "will n���:"!.,.f..  .N,.I?e..doctors out ot ]    "Young:  man,'  J   ui     au%Vy rcpIy' " K"P the bowel.  !   '* "ill . Th,��n   �����l,    Ui     r    ..  -;!  -M*d  w. Tll5n ask him another ques-  wnat do  you   think     "   "  r constipation?!"  '���' 'Is for r-nb,*y"  /" .minit   of Ayer's  >--��. ��r.co"stipation?!" '  b* ���**��� J. C. Ay��� 00., W.U. Mas..���  The  Anchor. -  "Captain," roruarked the nuisance on  shipboard   who   always  questions,    "what  ilm unci-  replied   the  old  salt,  do vou "understand the theory of scls-  "    ��� ���>   Well, we throw the  to  keep  the  ocean  Iu the fog.   See'."-  $  mmsioi  probably  saved  this  child's  life. ' Four doctors had been  trisd. ���" Scott's  Emulsion'  seemed to be just the tiling  needed,   and  it  is just  the  thing -needed by thousands  -ii-votKer   children.     It's so  '"' SJi'ly digested, so pure and  |h-"haimless, yet most powerful  rin building up the most delicate child or adult.    But be  sure to get Sco-rr's Emuls'.on,  there are so many worthless  and harmful imitations.  XXX, ERnGGISTS  How It Struck Him.  It was 5 o'clock in the afternoon. In  a crowded llrooklyn trolley car, and  above the noise arose tbe walls of a  leather lunged baby protesting against  everything. After two miles of this  din 'the mother left with her child,  when a young man in the front end  of the car thus expressed his sentiments:  i Gee wlilz!   I'm elad I'm free!  No wedding bells tor me.  The result can be more easily Imagined than described.  Liver and Kidneys  Functions    such    that    each    surfers  when the other is deranged.  Complicated cases  can  only be cured  by combined treatment, such as Dr. 1 rv nieals.-1'.uil Wilstach in Scribuer's.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. I  the light repast of broth and oysters  late in the afl  ach attacked his nerves and set his  temper on edge. I11 the morning ho  was in not convenient mood uutil he  had the invariable coffee and bacon.  After a somewhat rigid abstinence  during tho balance of the day and  evening tho fatigue of a performance  edged his nerves till his midnight supper, which, with a troop of friends  about him, warmed him into the sunniest' humor of the day. A book or  play was the companion of his solira-  Hard   Bubble.  Gunm r���Hc u*ed to bo a pessimist  and .su\ the wtuld w.is a bubble I  11nd.Mst.1nd hc has enanged his opinion.  Giiycr���Ve*; \ou m-c, he fell out of  an iiii.*>hiti not lonir ago  '��  -���il  !       Eepeat it:���" Shiloh's Cure will al-  ��� ways cure my coughs and coids."  If take* a woman to have, faith in a  man   when  she  ha*n't.  *   But   for  nur  tumble*,  wo  would   be  iiiii.Me t �� appii'Ciate happiness.  mic disturbances  anchor overboard  from slipping away  A full oopr of Mrs. Smiths ettor ��nd  BiKnj oUiors of �� nimlliirniiturl, togothwr  with aomoof oar T.'.luublo lltoruture ro-  gui-dinc children, will do ��.ur uoan receipt of joux address, moutioninit tills  pupox. ,  SCOTT & BOWNE  12�� Wollinaton St.. W. Toroato  An  Ugly Toad.  All toads are accounted ugly, but  tlie most hideous of all perhaps is  j that of Surinam, with its flat and tri-  | angular head, unusually.. short neck  ! '.and specially flat body. ;. Its eyes are  I very small and are pf'an olive tint,  ���J spotted with red. Yet the parental'in-  ! stincts of these creatures are as kind  bin their way as i those Of the most  I beautiful animals . in creation._ The  j female in due course having laid her  I eggs, the male toad picks them up  j and deposits them on her horny back,  j when she immediately starts for the  ! nearest marsh and immerses herself  ��� and the embryotic brood in the semi-  ! liquid mud, where she remains until  : they are hatched!. ' i  i ��� . !��� .  j Well   Prepared.  ' ' "I learn," she said reproachfully,  "that you .were'devoted to no fewer  than five girls before you finally proposed to me. How do.T know that  you didn't' make desperate love to  all of them?".  "I did!" he replied promptly.  "You   did!"   she   exclaimed.  "Certainly," he returned. "You  don't suppose for a moment ��� that I  would-be foolhardy enough to try for  such a prize as you are without practicing a little first, do you?"  The   liver   filters   poisons  fiom   the  blood. I  The kidneys also filter poi-ons from!  thc blood. !  When the liver becomes sluggish!  and torpid in action, or is given too1  much work by over-eating, the kid-'  neys 'have to help out with tins  work of Alteration. When the ���liver'  fails the kidneys have all the work  to do. j  And this is exactly what causes;  nine-tenths of the cases of kidney,  diseases. * I  The beginning is biliousness, indigestion and constipation, and after'  a time the kidneys begin to be af-,  fected. and there .conies backache';!  urinary derangements'., ..arid -finally j  kidney disease in some of its dread"*..1  fully painful and .fatal' forms.'' : j  Dr. Chase's Kidriey-Liyer Pills are'  the'rational'cure for .kidney disease,!  just ns. they are the most, successful.'i  because they get 'at the- cause, of]  trouble and exert a-'combined "and I  direct, influence on liver, kic'inevs' and j  bowels.    ���  They promptly and thoroughly !  cleanse the bowels or intestines anil i  by awakening the action of the liver!  take.the. burden off the kidneys. Then '���  by their direct action on the kidneys j  bring about the natural and healthful  working of these organs.  Mrs. Dave W. McCall, T.o'mbardy,  Leeds Co., Ont., writes:���"I was  troubled .with kidney diseases for eight  years and doctored w-ith several doctors to no avail- until I begaii using  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills which  entirely cured ine. I believe I. would  be dead were- it not for this medicine."  ,-Dr.-'Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a-close, 25 cents a box, at all dealers or Ednuinson, Bates & Co., Toronto. \  The Very First One.  The   visitors   in   the   historical   mn-,  scum gazed curiously at a small feather pillow wliich nestled iu a glass case.  "I don't see anything unusual about  that pillow,"' remarked one or the vis  Itors, turning to the guide.  "It's a very valuable pillow," replied  the guide. "That is Washington's  original   headquarters."���Lippiucolfs.  'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���When the  cure*, effected by Dr. Thomas' 1'cloe-  tiic Oil .ue con*iilcu\l, the speedy and  piiituirer.t it'lief it has brought to  the siirfi ring whoroM'r it ha*, been  11*1 i it must he tog 11 Jed a*. ,1 niar-  villou* thing that *o potent a medi-  cincv s'l.mld   l.'s-uit   fiom   tin *   six   111-  LTledl-Tli*    w'.K'h    I'lltiT    into    its    coin-  ii.is,|mn       \.   tii.il   will   convmc"   the  mo-it  hkeincal nf it*  lie.iling \irtue.*  It   i-n't   nece-sais    to  U  lighter that Ik shimhl lo\t  11   a   booze-  his enemy,  A Zoological Question.  The director of the zoological gardens was on his vacation. He received a note from his chief assistant,  which closed thusly: "1'he chimpanzee  seems to be pining for a companion.!  What shall we,do'until you,return?"  Transfus'in of Blood.   .���" j  The earliest case of the tivirisfivVon !  of blood from the veins ot" one person ! '  to 'those  of  another on  record  so' far :'  as-we know is that, of Pope  Innocent',  Vin.. who is said  to have been sue-b  cessfully   operated   on  in  April,   1-192.-J  In   16G7  the operation  was  performed.!,  both   in   France   and   England   appnr- ]���  ently' with ! success,   but "it  again  fell ;',  into oblivion till 182-1, when Dr. Blun- |  ���dell   in  his' "Researches"  proved   the ���  feasibility  of the  process.   -Since that , ���  time it has been, regarded as a legiti- '������  uiaie pperation.  ��� . ...  The   Mad   Parliament.  The name "Mad Parliament" v. .Vz j  given to the Pariianient wliich assem- :  bled in the year 1258 anil broke out !  into open rebellion against Henry ri!'. j  The King was declared deposed, 'and '  the Government was v.'.s'fe.d in the ;  hands of twenty-four councillors, with  Simon de Mont fort at their head. To  De Montfort belongs the honor oi  having, started-what might- be called  popular government in Great  Britain  Minard's  Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  1 "Pocioi-." stow led the jiafient, "it  s. Pin* to nil. that ?.iflO is a big e'narp.'  f.11 that operation of mine It didn't  lake you  over half a minute."  ".M\   di ;u   su,"   replred   the  famous  -speeialist,   "111 , l��',irnii.g. to     peiiorm  I that- orieration in half n, minute, I have  j spoiled over'eleven peeks of siich eyes..'  j a's yours."���Success Magazine.     ���' ,  "7"'  Poverty   prevents   a ,lot: of   people,  roni getting the gout. ���  ...".*������  -*et-    . ��� *-  b        fi  W.    N.    U.    No.'  733. i i  i  \4  . i    *.  "���$*    v  1 .Ef��^-?**1   /   V  - ��   tyj*j    i.   i , x* t"   '   ���  v    ^    . ,j, ^ ,  " ��� ���:!���*   +i ' b "'���   "   b  ;j '   ..*- ~-,'S -tt <     i  i.?'^U'i*?',fiV'"   '  1   -     T-   . **V!i.    ,   . r  it   -.     S <*i    -,�� * lljl -        jt  M,',--/, 'jr*/.!,      =;  b*>;. -W.-v,- -,.'* .- .  ����� ,.   .?,    - .'Su- - ,',r  * ' la        fl     J ,?��(      I J*     I I ,r" '  ?,* .*���'  J     S'"*-l- "Is  '        V*i-    W     rV''    s       fi _,f  ���c.o* 'niiissa.L���rpiwj*  f iblislied in tht u-tiri*-! of tin '-rot >  oj Movie amJ-Ei's't I-Coctomiy.  A  f i  j^��BJ3^P:FJl* ^'^7^ p-kr-risi-i cOiX^ri*!^-.  ^c*aaffa^MnM��>>*nM��i  ^ ��</ ?     /\/Y? fv*4iS>  ^<��-:.'��'.  "iiw ��' ",v5!, '*���."'' J Y il  <kp&,fakrY$&>-V  P. J. SLIYTII, ri-j;'.i'*iij;;:.  _ '.--fq'-r^ii-'TI ��J-J7��r>  Owe   JV(f/- ���A-y.OCi  SATU&D1Y, MARCH, L-T 1��( 0  ���-lis ��r��*t success cf Dr. Pierce's GoIJen Mediec! DN-  I��� *" VV"���* 1*oai st?��ach., wasted bid.'es, weak  ,%"y.Y;', -.y'^'-y "', a:l,a ���"���*.*"���. coughs, i*. bj��ed on  IfY^lTrX" tC *lC ^?.��"'��;��J *n.:h that "Golden  ��� I [��� U-"\***'.' -i-Prijes Nature with body-buiM-  inS, HMac.Kps.nnj, musclc-inakiris; materia, i��� cotl.  d-n-cd aoo conccnrralcd form.    Yv'ith this hclo Nature  *"fi?*'f^  -he r.c-ces-,a-y strength to the stomach to di-'ost _ nE��7-��ssss*  tood   0-J!.d up tus body Pi-.d  t'.STfhy throw off iir.^erir,?     r^^^s*T>^^  l"-r"b' /'nd  nu'ntae o.-^ns in sound health, purifies ����3SS1��2t^  aivi^r.nc-ties the Mood, a'vi   nouridie,   thc   nerves-h, '^~^^^  di,.. estab.iihes sound vigorous hcaith.  /f >-<fi.-)�� dealer offers somcthin. "Inst as tooilJ*  ��*..��-* s i/or//,^ *./M, M 3OOC-.i fe, yo���.    Say'so��,  iciS''Sl^Cl^"JjnSe Me^"?.,-Advi'ser' In PJa'"n  En<l��h; or, Med-  Cdi.ion,  r ^Yboi^J   PS%��Tl     J�� ,,Iast"tions. ne'^>- "vised   up-to-date  67.A-.    Oorh-bou-ri   eJ, !* >  ,��/!e-cc"t  s'iimps, to cover ,co.-t of mailing   lY^Y^Y-_'.._ stan"Ps- . Address Dr., R. V. Pierce, I5u'ffe|0) N. y.   ���  1^^       LO.O. F.  irbfi^*,*. -*-s"si*lX"ivna.-'y r.��i<ii:s' No. <i.  Meets Tufpdiij.evcninj.'.- in  McOr��*.��'>'  ujill   on   Victoria   -irect.    cfcjiminini  Odd Fellows cordially invi'f ri.  Cu\s. J. "Wurn. V. J. Smyth.  Noble ti'rrtud. neci'y.  Shoe   Repairing  Mining Shoes ,  Made to Order  JL XjLJl!/  bl. ) i-k<-iu. J.^iljri' No. .TJ-  K. of P.  JJl-el.* cv?ry Thursday  ��� vt ning    in    McGregor  I nil nt S  t'ck-ck'!   Yit-  ' ilirg LrLti crs invited.  13.  E.   Tavio") HA. Jinx  Chancellor Cona. K.2i,ani1 S,  '    bKf#  film  ^S**S5-i5w"'''i V-B--*'  HEAP   01 TICK. TORONTO  B. E. WAIKEH, Presiient  <GE  8cr  Paid-up Car)-f'*��' om  A1EXAHDEH1AIHD, General Uiaaser    P��eor,,��r'   L,*1*?>IU  ) -evvaLrve-jiuind   -  r  Branches-tliroaghoiit Canada, and, in the United *���������   ,      u"u>ii *>uics and [,���*.  SAVINGS BANK DE  STOP THE TI/YER. '���  METAL    MARKS  There should he another  effort  mado to" induce  the  C.  P.", lb   t'  ' 'l ave   their    Sjo-Spokan'e . irain.*  .stop  aC iVIoj-ie   g*)ing'  c'a*,t' and.,-  ���ives*-.    Oi ti'v.d after April 4th th   |  ^ljrer going east wi'l.pass Ihrougl. ;  3Vioj;i'e   about   12    o'clock    aoou. j  't\bile the oue gning west  will  g<  .Vkiv roRK--I3ar silver, 5  I cts.  'wad $4 ::>.     ,'   < opper, 12;{ cts.  ���l'0:<D>s���I_oa.d}��lSl lis'Sd     '  -B.'O,   Ec'aibitS  Th.    m'n -ral    r>x' ibifc    at  Peposits ,of $1 and upwards arcrcecived'and inter.*j ^u.  rates.- .Accounts  may bb ojjenoU in .the namV''o '^ ^^^  more  persons ami withdrawals maUc hv,-'t>1,UV0'Ur'  ,.    ��� one, of, them or by, th'e survivor. '   '"''        '  S.lkirl: T.odi;c,  V. ����� '  a. i". & a. ar.  fe^j Regular    met'tin,sr.=-  ��_   oi the  fiist  W��?d-,  ^   ncsdny      of    eac-h j  uribnth. '���  Visiting brelheru \Velconi<d.  ,K      G. T. McGregor, W. ar. '  -D. A. Ayre?, secretarj'.  on  'Tfivisiock  "���settle fair from Kriitsli u,.j;uin ' street,Mvi'h "cabin , 10x14 on  Vlmarghabout'T^Op-mYAt om ba ^-ill probably b . . tin bpst j[, partiV furnished. -Thisis  time' thete :ti;ahis    stopped   hoi*' , fc ic c*     From tlio- tt Edge ie mine   ,   j ,  .-    '���       , Y  and thd.service proved a  won l-i-    Giere-ail   be  a 'liiomu.ntli   Biwib, a,   ,nrSaiin-  fnl convenience to the ic.-ide'nt,*  ?o? tbe    town   and,��� ihe    genera!  traveling'public who had bnsincs  liere.     It-   i~   understood     theft  Dierewil   be  a -momuioth  p.peci- ��� "' "^  nenufgilena weighing o-,er   tivo !     $250.^A throe foom   ho'tiso,  ojs.   'Dnis huge chunk of me is;  furiiished.    ^ludt^be sold  at'  r (  Mpyie \. Miners',   Union  ...Y'No. 71   W. F.'of Mb,  Meets in McGregor hull every Satnr-  hiy evening. tSojourninR members  ���ire, cord in) ly invitt-il to attend.  Malcolm MrjNeill ' Tho*.' J-b  Kelly  r.-t-i-jtl^nt. ,",      Secretary  Harney,     McCarter  '&\-*n. smau,jismp,  , ' Macdonaid. '��  ���   - Y  ; Barristers,-Solicitors, Notarfos.-Etc.  1 (���  Cranbrooli,   -   -    B.' G.  %bif,'gH Y' .  ,nn  "the  part    cf   the!   company.  , Moyie is'entitled  to  this  service.  , and it is up. to thc people bore, to  'ro after it and gee if.  '-Saved  Sir/ok'ahe.  RW^JrM*  The building boom ,ia on.  Alt women bro;fifc   subjects   for  ^  l     sc _ ^ Y    *      ,        i ���**,        " i  nde  ,,   This is'cleaning up' time.   How  "about your .yard?  I'i a "e.-eiit spreeh,, in  Lis, An  j jolc*, ' Ob ',��� IT.. :iJoore3   mayor' of  Spokane, said: ��� ' ,    ,  , "In the panic of 1S33. and 'iSOi  ���Spokane was , savad - from the  bieriff^ hands by the ?aler of the  ���be Pto'i mine of Rossland, owned  Entirely by Spokane men. Tbe  fc-a-iifar took nearly $5,000,000 in  cash into the city and since thW  '.intold rnillions have poure 1 into,  t from'tlie iniheYof British.' Go  b.unibia and Tdiho.''      Y   '     Y  and' Jxoiise - on   Moyie   Lake  complete.    Terms given. '  ,ROO.\!5-^Sevcrar"rooms sui- |.CEANBE00*-  table for housekeeping. ', $10  'per month.  ' FOR! SALE���1200:shares of"  JLoyi'o'Wtiler Co Stock.'  w, e; guhd,, j  ItAKItlSTJilt, SOLICITOR, T3TC.  B.Ci  Wni/ kwQft -  DE, FYB. MILES,      '���'  > ��� x -   ,- ���,     ,--   '"    Y  r     * *       lf  Oranbr'ooii, ���    ' '   33, C.  v*?yt>ft:''bYwY' ���  '."sT-^b'-'-'iy.' i ',  -.-*�����-,,? - �� i --. Iii-l  .'rl.K/f f,,'*J��V.?.,i,-    J.  '    Tlie  coal  and  wood -men   aie  losing their graft.  Won Good Prise.  b'R.J. SM'YTff-'-  BOX'4      v       -��� "MOYIE  George H Thompson.  -'>���-.    , '  ',-j i       -    Babiiistkr, Solicitor   "  r       '      , '. '��� ,' '  ,-.   '   ,   ��������� tary Public, etc."  British Colcmcia  rv ''       '       '   " C  St.", Joseph's - Convent.  ^vS'V.'bY  Y-��'f-'>Y.-:;Y  ���'vt'���'.;t-  ^;Y"'  .  Copper is almost'too 1j;v  down  to bo recogn,i/.ed.  , There is more activity in Moy'e  than in any mining  camp in   the  'Kooteuays.  At this tin:3 of the yearit  is  Joseph Walters won a SOI -prize  iu gucssiUg-ori-t'jiV-1 vbLe"polied'"in  Calgary at tbe election Monday  ic was the 3rd priza, and was  ".warded by' the Mason & RUcli  Piano Co.  Eckstein ' Appointed,  ���i?r F��'.��?-I,-V" ',���''  man lias  to  get  into  a  political  olfyje,  '    v     v NELSOX, B. C.  -rSoarcliug and.Day School conducted by iafe Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. .Commercial and busineE?  courses a specialty. Excellence tunl  swift progrRt-3 characterize each' de  partment. Parents sliould write for  particulars.. One month assures- the  public the   thoroughness   of   the  ���Sisters' methods 'of teaching. Term.*  commence January,. April ami <Sepl  Pupils are admitted il urine term.  URAffBROOK,''  W\ B. BEATT.Y  ' Embalmer and Unaerlaker,  Phone 9.S  CRANBROOK  BUT   YOUR  Cigars  looaccos  ; Expres3' and General    Delivery  rEusi-;  ness.a,   Livery"-and''  Feed Stable.,  '     'Y.,  ,W9p0D ��� AND /COAL  "./' " For  Sale- ,: ���  Leave Orders" at ','  Gtvynnc-'s Store,    . *  i ' t 'r-  Mftyie,  ' Y ',       Britii*h"'Cb.umbia  1 ���2^$Sij>\  ��W&f '"���   ,  Lai;go���astortincntqf'Gp-CartS' and Bat}y,0arria��3jf  Prices'from;- $5 up.  Go-Speraffve    Sf  ���r -.-f*  e bB'e'eF.''  SEiVD'-YOTJR "work   to' the  '.;;: KOOTENAY ''.:>"''  ;:;-;''STEAM\/;'V,rtv1  /LAUNDRY;  \  .   '       , NELSON. ���  All Wnite Labor.  O   "  *,-  jy 4  1 J   . ^ ' r a   *   i- ^ f "i . 1 '       ?  "Y.. 4 '!**�� made hy the present brdwer Lsadmitu<l!y (fcej  ^^^.jBbst-^eer in liasfc Kootenay."' >Vith the Be,t'Malt��f  ".and the^Purcst; S,pi ing Water it j* unexcelled for' j  quality.    Iisfeist.qrihWioff ifoyie Betr.'    ,'     -,A  Iist;ist,qnhaviDfftiroyie Betr. '  ':  ;BO,TOMiD A^J3-jD :J  L  v.    -      , v    v      ' v" s /'      ,1      T    r   '    "       -  '? ' -   * -   * , , v, -j|  i\/<    ri\'/.     .. i.  , i   ,.1'if      .    t ,*���       /^r\    .���  v^ O't  I \   "- ^TiLitrs juellee; peop,'    ': i  Ths St. Ivigene  mine  has   paid  th iti=aud3 of dollars in   dividend-,  .and the property  13  yet   only ir, !  its early stages of development.  If you m --et a man ivbose ap  pearancoand minncr you d n not  1'ike, it U d jllarf- to dou^V.nuti be  Moesn'like 3'curc. S > there y;��i  arc.  'tilt  and  !.  A  Perfect  ���i.  the  5 is    what  s makes a man look like,  v:jK>r.  Stick I  average    ready-made g  Confectionery1  FROM "  A. B. Stewart  FRESH   "AND  .CUitED  o  GENTLEMEN��� '  ���   If you want a  stylish,  up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before.ordering elsewhere.  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  Cleaning,       repairing and  pressing done.  Pi-ices Eight.  sutter  ���t, *���, - *-��  !l f  J   1& 1-  'J* -Ji j. 1 b  i-/>-\*i\     .it  js>. ^ *.'' Y  4b   ^ "   ^^    si'  1 * ; '.biN?  *, ������ .  Cranbrouk     i*.     gecting    gioi  Tae  lid   is   on   and  all   h\rs   ait  flo-ed    on     R.tnd.iy*.      II )<vever. I ] ��5 No softness, nc f!ov/ing cur/e?, no  i.he thirsty tleniz-nn-j of tha1;  burg  are welcome to come to Moyie  op  the S.ibbath and take a bite out of  ��� '    . ,       -' '.-,������.--.  our lake.,.   ��� ......  t  _ Be among tbe   wcli  dressed   men.  J ^ Clothe3 made [otyoti and.for no-  ���X body else are the only kind that will  j give you Character, Grace and Good  \ give j'  Form  v. rii   b  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE,'  ~tui:~  E. C  AS'.)  G  ��  7*0.  ff-  1 ��*  '-Iv  1"  ?v  I    <  (. ft  A dollar bill has an average..life  'of about .'I'.')   m-int,li-i.   ,A  $.7   bi-P  lives on 'an   a vorage   2   years   be  fore it'is lvorh.out  raid   the   government is-.called upon to replncf'] ]/wim.  iY Tdn-d-jihir ���  bills   last., about'8'  |; Cjjj- Clothes    patiently    and    lo\-ingly |  shaped and worked by hand to fit you. '  '  ; I 41 Enough fabrics' to make your eyes  f"- i �� glisten, enough colors  to   make  them  m  Limited.  Leave work with the   local agent  A, B. STEWART.      .  O. F. DERAULNIER  DEALER  IJJ  9      ' <*-   ~-    ^*.     -~~r  -~'-_���C '     ���  "  p. i?7. jorxston .  ��'���''������ ���!  I This Hotel is New and well Furnished  The*  I        Jrab^es are-Supplied with the Best the  I        ^arKet-affords. The, Ear is Filled with}  I        the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars, j  9 r.'-        - 2  -   PB.OMPT DELIVERY."  Q,ueens'Ave.      MOYIE  #. C. Steam Laundry  CRAKBBOOK.  1  G'.ve our work a  trial  and   leave  ./work  with   '  A. B. Stewart,     Agent,  MOYIE, B. C.  i  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN' j  C3 ---'-.-_ IlKITISlf rOMMBW j  MOYIE  Spring is Here  <    V.  three y��,rs   ar.,1   ��0   hill,   mo,-,-, j S.<*lfJf��rf)  fif f IB  yY~ :Yb''hr ���.hi.^. -il- &S Cite.  J.-W-vFITC-H  ;��  Hebicr   sr>  ae'C-i vely . u<.-d   in   irM.)-*  qiartetv,    l^-st   o-i    ar.     av^r.-i  sibout one day at the Leader office-'!  'but it eneures the  paper reacbinp '  you rcgub-uly f.ir 12 months'.  Sole Agents.  r. T. McVitlio.C.K.,       r I..-S. U. V. Pnrkcr.b;  rlcVITTIE' .& PAKEEE  Provincial Laxd Sunvevixg  XUMVAV   & ���jirXISG    EXGISEERISO  Estimates Furiiislied.  ���. .   ,    .. OFFICES '  Airt Steele P. O. Box 25. j  Oranbrook P. O. Box 11.  DESAOI.SIEK     JJK03,    !>���,,..  Lar^e sample room in counoclkn  'Vi'th house for commercial niea'.iBes>  -if a-jco.ramodii.tion. Y  Pleadqanrtcrs   for   Com-  !   mercial and MiniugMen.  Q fEEKS   AVENn.E, MOYIF,  n. _  ��� -, '   ���     NOTICE  OJiAN-nitOOIC LAND   DI8TIUCT, Dl'sTPTOT  OF.SOUT'HEltN' OIVfSION EAST KOOTfCNAV  TAKE noilco that irc-nry J. Coopcir orMovl,  '.. ('., occupntlon, bliiokrfmith, iuicnils (o nrir.l-'  ���<ir|.,oimisi.loii.to purchase lhe- lollowliic tU-  <oribefl land.s:- , ; ���  Comm.'rif-inccta post plahtei] 011 tho no.-f  milk or the I.inlo Moyio River, ���mi thf wes  bomiflury or the (;. p. R. rigi,,; ,)f Wl.... 'thcr](,c  '^-c-fit 10 chnins, thence noit'i CO chains, thciic.'  ���ti.il. ���>') f:hiiiiiF|tnore or less, to Movie, Rive  t'ioiiccso'.!tli-.VKrd-6ii westhnnkof river to C V  It. ri,tlit of w.-.y, then vrvtt bomulnry ol siil.  ..-kill ol-,v.iy (o-po!i:t of comiuuiif.<jmcntj ca���  Jiiinliig-IBO ae-re?, moircor l��aH.  ,  HE.N'ftyj.CoorrEit.   ���   ���  Dated Jan. 20th,-lprj'J.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  1  This hotel is  now  under  now  management, and is first class j =  in every respect.  B, E.   TAf LOB; Mgr  Victoria Street.  N da/ is ths tim 3 fjr j  every good citizen of!  Moyie ' to think of|  building and improv-;  ing their town. f    '  -    SEE  &EaBs_q__&tz_y^*.yftrfxgES^^  II |CALDERBR0S.|  ^ ^BSl_i^JkSa_\___.��t_^&_jj!���is^pe-^^ 9  g T1IK AIOYJH   CONTHACTOHS ASD Ul'lLI'l*^  -Estimate's  cheerfully  given,.  Thos. Summers  Clears,   Tobacco,   lYuifc  and  Confectionery.  TOYS,   NOTION'S   ETC.  South  Victoria   St.  for bargains in Real  Estate-  IK  f-j  '^^^��es^aiiesi_i____^^^is^yiii^i_ii'^ ^*^  �����-���**������*���" |gEJcBi��2SaaujSHIS3 "' '  SwW��WL^31iCZJLjijiiuI^ CSJ��ilik��^Wawi'��.a.*wi��  ^~��&?*M'i^^~Af^>:'!^^!-?X"^  "���'r.'-'''1lv^'-'--V-ft^>?CT.'*>J=*^a,-��.KAr^.*.��.^1'.1


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