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 + '      w    >��������<���    t_4f*r    __r*   f trt.'      "     a**-'  V Our J  WATCH   REPAIRING |  ���allsfies the most exacting.        *  TRY US.",,, S  Wilsbni -tlie, Jeweler.    ,   ��  fc r  A  N   B   R   0   0, K|  �� -6 /.9/;     ^ \\  <' 'fyoaviantto sen, and read wi'-i'   -\  ��. comfort got a pair of     '      ,.  WILSON'S GLASSES J��  W. II. Wilson, jeweler, optician.-];  _ :, R  A   N   B   R   0   0   r J  vol. i;^  MOYIE, B. Co' FRIDAY, MARCH 21, .911,.  S2 A YKAR  NOTE THIS FACT   ,  ' �� r  "Birks Gives Values"  through their Mailordersystem. Why send east for what  , ,0y c^��� buy, for the same money in Vancouver? _ ��� Write for  our catalogue, and leant howybu may 'save money, aud  time  by buying from; us.- '      '   \ -    fi v   \ ' '       .    , ,"  We sell the,best watches in the-market.  Henry Birks & Sons, Limited,  jewciery niail order house.���       ���,     ' Geo. t Trorcy, Man. Dir.  , "'     ,. , 'VANCOUVER, B. C. *  1        GENERAL FLOAT'       ��  Theodore Roosevelt will be in  Spokane on April 7th. '  The Ice .Cream Season  ''will "soon open/ Keep your cyes^'open  for  the  - .yell6w.���tubs whiclJstaucls for HAZLEWOOD,  "the best cream in,the market./ ,, , ,,  C3r.  Gr'W^KrKTTES.  The Knights of Pythias of  Crestpn will give a grand ball on  Easter Monday, April 1,7th.  The now Napanee hotel in Pernio i<* completed and has' been  opened to the public, "  Tho benefits paid by tho Odd  'fellows' Relief' 'Association' in  1910 amounted tO(r'��2iS,531.00.,  Harold N"eIson is playing tho  star part in '"The Til aviso 'of 'a  Thousand Candles" in Vancouver.  ESTA111.ISUKO   18��J7  - Head Office  Beale.cfcBl^ell  -  ".INSTJRANOB  and-MINING-;,-      ,   v.  -and INVESTMENT BROKERS. ,    ��� ,  " "   / , , '    - ,,< CRANBR00K, B.  O^iE   BEER  ' X^aac-^tnepre^ brewer is ^^^^  --in  East  the present- urow��i .��--. , .       w���f���,. il- iq  Kootenay"  Wit^the Best ^altahd tho Purest ^pnng Water   xt is  K^^^^1-.���J:kv. 'Insist on having ifoyie Beer.    ,  '������;M0Yir: BREWING XO.  03- O.  '   Is Offering Very" Attracts Prices 0n AU Their  Cloth: Upholstered. Furniture  ier ce'1  The ceruent'works at Blairmore  has received an order 'from,fch'e  0. P. R. for 5000 barrels of cement. '  ' ,   "   ,<l       '    '     '  ���' J. A. McDonald will open a jam  factory in Nelson and will - have  it ready, to handle - this year's  fruit'crop.,. "    .  P.'Burns & Company are .advertising in<a Toronto newspaper for  a million dollars, and, offering to  pay six per cent interest for it.   ,  Canada's Population  K. of P.  The fifth annual ball of Sb. Ku-  gene Lodge,,'Knights of 'Pytliiah,  will' bo held next 'Wednesday  evening, March ''29tb, in Morley  hall. Judging from the , advance  sale of tickets there will bo a,big  attendance. All, money left over  will'be turned over to ' the. sani-  torivim at Tranrniille for tho care  of ' tuberculosis patient's. The  idea of founding' tliis institution  had its birth in the brain of Dr.  Pagan, provincial health." officer,  and one of the mojt noted humanitarians in the 'west. -' lie kept  talking his idea up, and did this  so persistently that the ��� re.snlt is  seen in the ' splendid refuse for  those afflicted with tuberculosis,  located at - Tranquille, .which  takes'in unfortuuate .victims of  the white plague when'r every  other door is closed against them.  |     .   LOCAL ASSAYS Ji  \.  Fred Egc was up to Kirnberley  during the week.       .  E, G. Cwynuo was'in Oranbrook  tbe first of the week. ,    .  H. It, Ila/.lewood  was up 'from  Oranbrook Wednesday.    ,  P. G. Long   returned   Wednesday from a trip to Silvertou.  "j"ohnN Elmer   is,, in   Lethbriclge  and has buckled out as a eboeuffer.  i    ( tit'  Bock beer, made by the Moyie  Brewery, is now on sals at tlie  different hotels. , -'���  - W. 15. MeFm'l&ne, of the Oranbrook Go-Operative Stores, was  in JSloyio la^t Saturday. ,  Hesse   of i the -.Moyie  ^VvVW v%ft/VVvVVVV��<VW'^<rVIM��V^��V*(AA/1iA/'>rVVV^/VVVVVV V��rWv j  FRESH   E0GS i  ^ I , I ���- - ^  ��� " J  Strictly fresh rancli egg3_:_-_u__40c doz. "J  i  New laid eggs _, ~ 50c doz. ^  Good cooking 'eggs������._'.-_- 3 doz for $1.00 ^  Get tbe Habit.  < ' , , , <��� < ^|  Successful Concert.  Those who had charge of, the St,  Patrick's Day 'conceit \ have, good  reason tor'beingsatisfied wi'th the  success of .their efforts.' Every  seat in'Morfey ball was -'occupied.'  and vintmy were compelled to  stan'd. A.l'torlan excellent address  by the chairman,1.!. A'.'B. Macdon  aid, on'Ireland ' ar.d   Sb  The work of taking the census the concert program was earned  of'Canada will be commenced"*,!' out, and every mimber wis given  June 1st, audit is, expected the a good reception.;, The ladies of,  population will show,an moreasejthe'Altar Society served supper  of 50 per cent since the census   of - after the concert.       '        f.    ;,  ' * ' The committee wish to thank  all non-Catholics yrho assisted ��� at  the concert./        v ��� i   ���  ,' aisco��nt will be give* off ev=r>, piece fof U,e icri mcnU,^  Here Is Your CUanbe.  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD.  1901. -,The ceususi-'should show  .the ���otal population to he nearly  8,000,000. 'In 1001'ib;was about  5,871,000. <Tb6 estimate is largely(  based on immigration" figures ^f or  the pastffen years; and' the^'nat'ii-  ral inciea=eduring that period.'  , - Now' a. Capitalist '  Moyie";  1      :  Imperial Bank oi Canada.        |  I .'__._,  $10,000,000.00 -I  I    ' Capital Authored  $3)005,000.00 *  * Capital Subscribed p���  Capital Paid Tip���'   Fund-  ,723,000.00    5,723.000.00  New   Michel  ^bIaSeI��� BRITISH COLUMBIA-^  ^    Savings Bank Department.  Interestallow^od o|deposits frcun  date  ^^^  t     MOYIE ^J^H       J^^^^^^  Shamrock Creamery Butter  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under new  management,'and is first class  iu every respect  M. J. -BONNER,,  J. II. Hawthoruthwaite has  purchased a $30,000 block in Victoria and his .many friends will j  extend congratulations at this  manifest evideuce of prosperity.���  Ladysmith Chronicle.  , (,  Aldridge Opens Offices  W. II. Aldridge has opened  offices at Los Angeles, Cal. The  properties with which he will  have most to do are the Inspiration, Mason Valley, Magma, aud  Gunu-Quely Coal company. These  are controlled by the Gunn-  Thompson company.  Plan Long Auto   Trip  }  As soon as the roads are in  sufficiently good condition some  25 members or the Calgary automobile club intend coming with  their motor cars to Cruubrook  and then up into tho Windermere country.  Borden Coming   West  Two Moyie . men.' have been  given government positions this  spring. Thos.% Bites has been appointed fire ranger, and , will enter upon his duties some time iti  April. .B.E.Taylor has been appointed road foreman under John  Ueid, district superintendent.  Both Mr. Bates and' Mr. Taylor  will work iu the vicinity of Moyie.  i Harry  Brewery   was   transacting   busi-  iless,in Oranbrook Wednesday.  For the K. of P. dance- next  Wednesday'evening supper "will  be served' nV'the ' International  hotel.    ���'   .   ���     ', ' "'       '    '  ,.0-. H. Thompson, barrister and  solicitor of"'Oranbrook, "was "up  to AloyKJnWednesday on professional'business. ' o \  - 'Torn Hughes came up ' from  Spokane the first of the week and  will wotk with'the government  road gang this summer.  FOlt SALE���Singer sewing machine and sideboard.    Sewing ma-  Patrick, chine," $10.   Sideboard, $5.    Apply  to Mrs.'Win. Fleming.,"  , ���   ,  FOR'^ RENT���The , Desauliubr  ranch, three.lnilles^from Moyie'.  Two room house, stable aud bam,,  and four other buildings. Apply  toDesaulnier Bros., Moyiej B. C.  Wm. Spurcks, one of the directors " of ' the Cambrian <>Mining  Company,Fwa& here from Seattle  a'few days Vago' 'conferring with  C." AT"MaeKay, the^ secretary '_of  the company.- '        '     -d-;  A consideration of the question  of "Tho ownership of property"  will be the subject taken up at  the Methodist', .church Sunday  .evening. ' Considerable reference  will be made to Henry George's  recent addresses in Nelbon.  ������Judge" Carney, one of the  several.provincial  timber  inspec-  ��� of all"styles aiid leathers for.  _���   -    man, woman and child. ,  S-E E       W'l NDOW  L A -Y  ���<u3f  ,:  '. t  The'"Haves" and   "Have Npts"-  Meetifig Postponed   ,       L       i  The annual rucetiug of the  .Moyie Telephone & Electric Light  Crmpany, which 'was to have  been held last Monday, is postponed to next Monday, March  27th. The meeting will be held  in the office of the company at  1:30 o'clock.  A story persists that J H. Ilaw-  thoi'nethwaite,  Socialist   member  -for   Nauaiiuo, 'intends,   to   retire  from the   Legislature.      One   ru:  mor is that ho is .goiug   into   Dominion pblitics.    Another   is that  he is going to manage,a  mine  in  which he is   now   largely-   interested.,   Ouo fact   footus'  up 'that  '^lr. Hawthoruethwaite,   Socialist,  mis nob been nearly  so  socialistic  in his.parliamentary utterances in  the Ust session'as ,hefused to  be  before   he   became   a   capitalist.  Mr. Hawthoruethwaite is credited  with having,itmassed considerable  money   iu   the   -last    few   years,  and it- would   be   surprising   if,  with    his Nihility   and1' capacity  for business, he had nob   done   so.  There is norhiug like the accumulation of a pile of filthy-  lucre to bake blie edge off the   en-  greatly, modified expressions, if  nob opinions, on the subject'"of  Socialism.,. , But in those ]eau  yea'rs-Jini was a "have not." Today he is a'!ha re" aud the point  of   view   is    changed.���Saturday''  Sunset. ",  ���  (,  X r  The, Blairm.ore  Sanatorium ',  t.  1  thusiasm of a militant;'Socialist,  tors, was in town this week iu his j Socialism is largely a struggle Inofficial capacity.    Tho   "judge"   isltween   the     "haves"   and   "have  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  Impcrator Bacon  ���'''.'".        pilOPRIETOK  Victoria Street.  BUY   YOUR  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  For sale by  grocers and  all   first  class  R. L. Borden, leader of tho opposition at Ottawa, is coming  webt again this summer, llo will  be in Nolbon on August -Mth.  Lodge Members   Coming  Oranbrook Odd Fellows will be  in Moyie in full force next Tuesday evening They will come to  pay Wildey lodge a fraternal  visit and will exemplify work in  the initiatory degree. After the  lodge session there will be ii banquet at the Kootenay hotel.  After this: there will bo a social  session in the hull. All members  of tho order will be welcome.  Lead Bounty Claims  nearly 70 years  of  age,   but  still'  gets around as actively as a boy.  Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Cameron  were treated to a. geuuiae surprise  at their homo last Wednesday  evening, when a bunch' ot the  young folks iu town gathered in  ou them without a moment's  warning.  "Billy" Staples, one of the best  known chefs in East Kootenay,  came down from, tbe Society Girl  mine tho first of the week for a  short vacation. /���Billy" stayed at  the miue almost six months without coming to town. This probably breaks ' the world's record  for a whire cook holding a job  Lantern Lecture on West China  nobs." AY hen the "have nots" become "haves" they cease to  strugglel against their adopted  class. Thus Socialism is strangled  by the system which it is fighting-  Nobody who heard , Hi'. Haw-  thornethwaite a few yeais ago  orato about the t'ime to come  when the red flag of Socialism  would be floating from the capita buildings at Alctoria, could  have imagined him taming down  to  a  respectable   capitalist  with  The   large    sanatorium   which  was recently erected  at fthe  ehsft  end of Blairmore by the Canadian ,  Coal"    Consolidated '    has..' been"  opened.,','., The   bmldingj^s^o.no  hundred-*- arid'^diftyr^feeV long,*-'  seventy-five   feet   wide,   with,a'  twenty-five foot centre front   extension, it > is   three   stories 'and!4'  has a full size  .basenieub.     -Tc   i.-  ���  erected near the   famous   sulpher  springs  where   a   continual   flow  of the best   sulphur   water   tha'.  has yet,been 'found   in   C in-id*i,  so declare experts, oozes from  tli'  ground,���Blairmore Enterprise.  Tbe. most common cause   of  in  soruuia i* disorders of the ,tomanh,   ,  Chamberlain's Stomach and Live',  Tablets   correct    these   disorder,  and enable   you   to   sleep-     Fur  sale by all dealers.     '       ���  For Rent���Two room honsr  furnished; So a mouth. Apply t^  Mrs. B. K. Wallace.  Miss L. M. Scott,  trained  nurs'  of Bath well  Hospital,   AViunipec  '  is ready for engagements  of   nuy  kind.      Maternity    a ' specialty.  M oyie.  ���    i .'J .'ii -  t-1 ITS t e   ,  < 'J  m  m  h<h  1}      V  1.  .1.  Will   Give Recital  MOYIF. '  BURNS &:G  Ltd  Miss Eluora Bookwalter, who  studied with Carl Tiechert in this  city, will give a. recital March 30  in" Coeur d,Alene.���Spokesman-  Review.     ���; .  ...   i ...  '  The Dominion fiscal year ends  on March 31, aud all lead bounty  claims must bo in the hands of  G. O. Buchanan not 'Inter, than  April .Sth.- From April ith to Sbh  Mr. -Buchanan will have his office  in tho Strathcona hotel at Nelson.  An  lip-to-date   illustrated   lcc-  tvvro on AYcst  China,  which   ��ill  hbow the wondei ful   resources  of  tluiL country, the   habit.-   of   the  people, with views   of  tlve   Canadian    Method ibt    Mission     plant  these, which is   tho   bo=st   in   tlio, ^  world, will bo given in tin* Met ho-151  dist church on AVednesdny   even   ,  iug, Marclv 2Dth, by   H   W.    Mor- I  gan, wlio spent a year or more  in  the country.  MOYIE.  B. O.  FROM  "A.-B. .Stewart.  SEND YOUR    WORK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM    .'  LAUNDRY/  -,-'.';      ������'   NELSON' ���  All White Labor'/  Loavo work with tho' local ngen*  A. B. STEWART  Y. B. HAWTHORNE  ���NELSON, B. C������  Agent for  The Hudson's Bay Co.  RovalScal, K��� & H. and  Koottni  ,11 :\\  Standard cigars.  ' In -Moyie about 10'iust.  Harvey Reported'..'Ill  It is.reported that J. A. Harvey,  K C. is seriously ill in Araucouver  with an attack of pneumonia',  John W. Sicklesinith, Greensboro, Pa:,'has-three children;- and  like most children,'they-frequently  take cold, "NAre have tried several kinds of cough medicine," he  says, "but have never found any  yet that did theni as much good  as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."  For sale by all dealers.  The John Houston Fund  Subscriptions- to the John Houston memorial fund must'be in by  the end of-this -mouth.. The list  for Moyie is -still at the Lead--;.!-  office, so that auy more who wish  to contribute should do so within  the next week.  Denies the Report  Ou information, gleaned from a  Creston paper, the Leader last  week stated that it was reported  tliat T. D. Evans and Ray ' 'risler  h,ul sold their launch 'to Wm.  Tate, a barber at Crouton. Mr.  I'Vv'a-ns says ho, knows nothing of I  the sale. ��� '    ;|  Kialccs feorac baking easy  and gives micer, better and  cleaner food: ftnasa tbe "ready-  Eiiaaeu59 ThQTQ IS' no '���bakinjj  ��� powder--'or p'ffepasation MKe.��  or--equaI: So .it'lor .qmckly.and  :Derfecay.' tosMsm   ^e   deUcate  foot bSscns-  liG'i bread,; lauliin.  cake and pastey-  !.  ar     IT ��  kates  ������l-ii  rl  (!  ri;-j-  , .  .--. '���  ������  A  ���i I'l  "Aiaan Sa'lbaMKS' poivfier^is flffli-  oerous a^d sSioald Sic, prohibited.  ���Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo.  __^_mm?M&��ZM^>-^ v'   xl
TUB   MOYIE   LEADER
A MODERN MIRACLE
He Had EccOzna 25 Years and Doctors
,     Said ."No Cure."
V
7et   Zam-Bui
Has   Worked
Cure
Complete
This   ia  the experience of' a  mini
i_u_#&**'
\\ ill (,'il
c..:ne
v hick
sp.-e.id
do   ri!
> ■ » ,   <•
v.        ,     ,   „
, .1
high leputatjou, widely ITFbwu in .UHiff7
real,    ard    hIium'   (,i>e   cm    readili    ho
li.w l-n.'ci,     Mr.   '!'., M.   Marsh."  ihe
po'itlpniaii referred  to, liu's at  101-De
1 rni'jr: Avenue, Moi.tn il, aud h:(s lived
there  for years,    i'or t.vputy -fi ,f years-
he had oe/eroa ou Ins bunds and v/iists.
'i lie ,iituatu' fust kttuled in red blol, lies,
itcepd.  and   whe i   ncialche I  ho-
paiuful.   ,  Bad    sored    followed,
d'hohiiigfj,   aii'i    the    discharge
the disease u-itil Ins baud*, v.'ero
•-,•,   pumfud  masj,  of  sores. Oubt
t'l.i.k ti IL':-. slate of aff.i'iis coulh-i'iiig
for ( rt-i'iityfivi' jcnifil "   '
*     In  ,'tfut    lime-four   eminent   wc'Ieal
men  tr.eil  to erne  biru,  and  each ;."l>e
u'n   th.»   case   a;,   hopeless   in   thot mil,
. hutuially, Mr. Marsh  tried remedies of
1   rll'  kind*,   but   he,   al-so   ill   last   give
Ii.' ill1.,    I "or two years  he had  to wear
gkn'iia   day  and   night   t>o   teirildc   was,
tne-p.iiu' and'itching When the'air got
t.,1   tin-   M)7CS. ' ,
"hen   carao   Zam-Uyk!    He   tried   hf,
jus!   lib  lin  had
{•ieft   I.v'.ori>.
that   Zai;i Huk
ii  fov.   weeks there  wem custJurt  signs
of  boi.nfit,   and   a   1 ittio   persew iune,p
with   tit's'great   lierb.t!' l.iJc. - re. idled
in,v.l;:if he hnd'grvcu  up nil bop, 'of—'
u   c foj-lcrv   cure;     And   tlie   cur.    wad
do iemporaiy euro-  'H was p'enniiiii'jit,
Ilii.v>.<4  euro',   neui)y  tiir.-o  jeii'.'ii  age
, lutei vii-Std the. othei   liny, Mr.  Marsh
'raid: "The- euro which" ^a<?i-Bi<k jnorkcJ
hA6 ,l>.'(.£i  absolutely  permanent,'    From
the' Jay that 1 was:" cured1 !o the present
uioi.Mtii J  have had no lease of ei'vcina,
, B?i(l I feci sine, it wijl never return, llav
ing niifiVred for twenty <fa c yc'i'V I J;;id
rinlurally concluded ' that  my,-, ease  was
ii.'cnriiblc,  and  1  ngard   my  cure as a
ui'iJfiiL Jtniruele." ' •   i
It iua Ti-JIfer from  .in}' flkiu  tioublu,
cut out thiB article-, is-riteaerosti-il ihe
" n.iijio of'dh'h pappi,  anJ  mnil'it, with
crift cut. >,l.->:t]p to pity'relnni  posluye.
U'i<'li0liii!ulri'(l« (.f it'iifc
■ie.t h^' ho'.n fouml ont
was   dif.ticni. .  ^^'lllltll
^jOJMfci hiiiloib, wlid'ae appearance be,
>0 bjxikc , that tliey lmd swallowed
llieir wages, piibsing tlioir lurmci
oouiinaiidpr iu jilniu rluthos, cxcliuiiipil.
"No jiulliiifr oil cups now, captain!"
To winch he ipplicd, "Nor rjiplug to
dinner either, Jnckl "
*    *     *       ',
ATAXJCAB chauffeur was discharged, tor reckless diiving, aud' so
ho bi'caine a motormsn on u trolley line. As be, was grumbling oyer liis
fallen fortuiips," a ifiend caiil: "Oh,
what 's the umtter with you? Can't vou
iuii over peojile jiibt as much as ever?"
"Ves," tho PKu'liauffcnr loplicd,
"but formerly 1 could . pick aiW
choose." ,       ,
c-cmpo.sed  of hiq new opera, to
LONDON'S BEST PAID POLICE
'PIIE pay of the City of London Police
i-     -Koiee  is  considerably   in.  ad^alICO
of any similir body in I lie United
Kingdom.
'1 hey   number   only   a   few   over   one
t!iou--a>id  oflicers ami men all told, and
i tlie   aiea   they   h.ue   to   patrol  i«  only
j about   one buuare mile  in  extent.     Bui
I tho value of tlie
WANTED TO VOMIT
I'tlllS'
to S'lim-J-hil. Co,, Toronto. ,We will for
niiul ji'i by i 'iiiru ii free Inal box of
Z am-Bilk. All' druggidl's ami stores sell
this fni.ioua i')inoiiv(? 50i'. bo\','-r,r three
fo'r  fiA",  Refuso  h.innlul, bubbtilutCB.
^HB    was'  a    beautiful ' ,stiituosqiio
O,    blonde, who had changed her resi-,
deuce /rem   Now   1'oik   to  Bhila-'
delphia and secured u position,as staling
raplier in the office of ti staidj dignified
citizen -of good old Quaker descent. On '
tbe   morni/iy   of   Iior  fir&t
*bo   v,r»«t st.-nighr, to  (lip  desk   of   the
bos«.      "I    presume,"    sbc    roijiarkod,
"tiiat yen beg-iu the day over horo the
aaiue as llipy do in -New'york?"
"Oil, yes," replied the bosn, without
glur-cit^* fiom the- letter,he was reading.
"Woll, liuriy «p and kiss uiPj then,"
was tlie t-tiirllin]^' rejoinder. ',*1 want to
got, to lVoik.'' •    ■•     ,"
he  hail
-how a  sinceio  repentance  for his ^ini | uV?',s,"«'lil -space,
In-   had "committed    by   publishing   i*o  wi"«» they arci rospoiibiblp
many.     Kemoiibtrancc   was  vain;   j^ully
burned his music, and the coiifessor, alter performing the holy oilice. withdrew.
Lully   soon   alter., grew   better,   and   a
nobleman, wbo,,nas  his  patron,  caUing
to see him was informed of Lhe sr.ciifice
\"liich had lieen made.
"And so," said ho, ,"you hav,e burned
your opera; and you' aro'iealjy such a
blockhead as to believe iu .the giosb
dbs-uidiues oi! a  inonkf" -'J^-
"Stop, my friend, stop,"' said Lully,
whispering in his' ear, **r knew \ei'y
i\ell what. I was about; 1 have' another
copy." ' '   '     ;
Shihhs Cure
cures  col Hi.   hen is
£3 c«uts#
TH.H MAKINE NEWSPAPESf      .
SJ'iVKli.AB of tho c6mpaH6's opeiating
big Atlantic liners sc,e that 'their'
. p-i.-v'eiigpis r.Te each' moriiing sp,v-
cd with '.tLe latest news, juat as they
wouH be were they oil liml. Tbe <ii-
dilation of tho Daily Bulletin, published jby^r.n Buglish company, is'said -lo
be ino'.o than two,thousand n day. This
JGayral comiisLs -of .thirty-two pagos,'ten
inches by .six inches, excellently" printed
on fine glared paper,^nul selling at five
cents a copy. It goes'' I o p-rcss at ] a.m.,
and is read oVor flif- brea'kfasl jurt like
the  newspapers a.shor.«.    '    ^
tt  might be claimed  thnt practically
evetythiug   dl 'news, value,   in   Miii'ouu
partn    of - the,   world    uppcirs    in    tins'
o^eau daily  as sogti, as  it ,ia'print.ed on
hind.    StCK'.l:  f-'schangft quotations, Par
-Sinment'p.rj , iUjiisi,   notable   event-,,   and
• niCv*e"i""Tit? o" disiing-i'Fh^d p'Mtirn'o'nie
all dulr '"p^rdpd.-"Th'cn, too, the ocean
daily   fr(ouent!y p/m'.h   ntiia   that   tiie
land, ri,ij>r;it. cmnot g.->t   iu time, fi r.v as
, every o.ie'l:no\j.s, lh(» liners nie i'l close
t^ucli  wi'ii  oiie  anotii'.i,  as  ue'i  -n,  in
- co'ii'iiiitiiualiiiTi   witii   lai.d,  a:i !   i-o  they
,are   'ii(|s   a hip   to   ij.'t,  an    '• l^.-IiiHivo
rl.-rrv" i'c.v  a-id  then.
FAMOUS'actor would ncvor tako
"m'cdiefnc; and his medical man
, was ,oitou obliged to -resort" to
stralngcm to impose a doso upon him.
llicic is a play in-, which tbe h'tsro is
sentoiicyd to drink u< cup ,of poison. The
actor iu question was playing this character one uight, and 'hfrn given directions to have tbe cup filled iwilh 'port
vvino; but when he came to drink it,
what was his"horror to fi;id(it contained
a dose of,8eiinal Ho could not throw
it away, as he had to hold 'the gublct
upside down, to show his peisecutors
no Jiiid diaiuod jevecy drop of it. Our
hero drunk the meuicine; ,but ha never,
foiglu-c lii.s inodic-al man', as"was proved
at hib'deulh, for be died without payiug
Hie > bill. , <
AKICH clothier, being advised to'try
the   Bath   wateis,   lequesled   his
ph.ysieian to recommend him to
doctor  who might, be  relied   on,  which
was   accordingly, dune.     >Tot   fancying
Biilh,;lic>  in  a  few   weeks  heard  spmc-
ippearance l thing wonderful said oi Cheltenham, aud
told  Ira Bath  Aesculapius,-he  would go
I horn if he could give him a hitter to a
shillful  physician, of the,place, 'describing the case.    This ("he doctor promised
ami   performed,  and   had   a   liberal   rr-
iiitineiatioii   for1 his  additional   troubie.
Our elothiqr sot off early on a fine .summer mor,ning, arid as his chaise was driv;'
ing.slowly1 along tho''road he thought it
would be no Cjrrskt breach of confidence
to opeic the doctor's packet,'and see'th.*
partieukus  of  iiis, own" case.     This  he
did with great care, and  nflor" unfold
ing a quantity of blank paper, came lo
(lie letter,  whicliV was  ooiiehed  in -the
following words:  "Bear sir", the-.- bo.irer
is  a- fat   Wiilsliiru  'clothier;   make, the
most of him.'-'' 4       ''-'•"    '
properly euiitnined in
Did  for the fr'ifely of
is enoimous
—far greater, in i.ict. th,|ii is contained
in any similar si/.ed au'li anywhere elso
iu  the  A\Orld.
Unlike th'e Metropolitan Police, the
City,, Police. ,arc p.i'id iliitii<'lvi by IIip
pltizras, wilhoul .my outside 'aid fiom
the imperial revtiim1. As a result of
(his tliey mo entiu-ly free from any outside interference. Thus, the Jl'hiei'
Commissioner is appointed ("ineptly by
ihe Lord Mayor, iciiug in conjunction
with 1he Aldermen and Common Council,
and such appointment is subi^ef only to
the persnnal appiiival 'of Hisf Ma.j'i-sty
tho King.-' 'JSven th:s approval is iittl--'
more than, a formality, dating back  to
Tudor times. "        '       ' '"
^ ^ i        ' ,r ~    .j
A somewhat ennou" and liitie-knowii
u   feature of the JP(,n-e is that a considerable   number'of  s|,e.>ial  coustabJes-'are
priwitely employr.i by pcrs,ons desirous j
of retaining,their'servuvs foi1 fheit own!
f-xchisive _use. ,   Any   ratepayer   in   (iiplo^th
Oily of London can "ufjjjtc one or more
of tiiese special pwlioeinen, either by the
d,i\, week, or yen   ' '    <       '
Condition Involving- Both Liver and
Stomach liiat was Quickly Cured
by Dr. Hamilton's Pills
"The doctors told me my sickness was
caused by complications -of the stomach
.and liver,", writes M"rs. E. ,I\ 'four-
raine, wi'll known 'in WjlJianisport.
'''J he least little erior in eating wouJd
cause tiausi-a, and aft it a time actual
vomiting wan easily oxcited. I grew
\eiy thin, pal>,', with dark lines ividrr
the eyes; my btrength vo failed that
e\c'n light iiousewoik quite f.\hausted
me. Of course, with a lirgo family, 1
could not atl'oid a doctor nil the time,
and v.lien in deepest despair, I tried Dr.
Hamilton's Pills.' From the very fiist
ihey acted wonderfuliy.nand I i'xpprienc-
ed a desire ,ior food'f and ate ,my ,me(i,Is
viith a ninth. Alter a while my syuteni
became quit* regular, anil that horrid
sick feeling only came now and ngaju.
This made me peiu'eiprp, and it was a
good thing 1 did so, because tin? e,on-'
tinuation of lir. IfainiltUn's Pills wns
the means,of,giving me- i:iy health again,
and 1 fiiri now tho ha<ppScgt woman T
know. " '      '   .
Kvery, person   with,  stoinacli   trouble
ran be cured: with Br.  Hamilton's I'ilN
■—refuse fiuy substitu',f.    At all dealers,
Catarrhozoue, Cu., Jviugston, Ouli"
The Horseman
HOW    MINING     DISASTERS, ?AE3
-,     ' OAUsko "',   i.
spite of the fact'that it was
IN
A.   .1
1 ,l>
, i
■■'*!
i
B^ONTENBLLTS had a great liking for
asparagus, and preferred it dressed
nul'i &i). One day a certain bon
vivniii abbe 'came ^unexpectedly to dinner.',- The abbe was. also" very fond of
asparagus, but, liked his dressed with
butter. rFonlencllc' affirmed l«kat for a
friend thcio was no sacrifice of, which
he did not feel himself capable, and that
.half the dish of asparagus „bc had ordered for .himself shoulii be done with
butter. While, they wero talking, waiting for dinner, the poor abbe /suddenly
fell down in a fit of apoplexy. Upon
which -Foiitcnelle instantly sprung up,
scampered down to the. kitchen with
agility, and cried out to his cook, "The
whole with oil! The whole wiih oil, as
at first!" • '   '
«   *   'K < .   ,
WHEN Verdi's ."Macbeth'? was giv-
■ en. for'.the first lino in Dublin,
' ' the long symphony preceding tbe
s'lecp walki'iuff scone did uqtc altogether
please the galleries. ' Tbp^thoatre was
darkened—everything looked',, gloomy
and mysterious—the music^ being to
match. The curtain rose, and tho nurse
and doclbr'were discovered seated at the
door of Lauy Macbeth's -chamber, a
bottle .of physic- and a candle being- on
the table that was between them. Via-,
dot (who was playing Lady Macbeth)
wns wailed for in the most prdfou-nd'
silence—a silence which was bto'icif bv
a \oi<0 from the'gallery crying out,
"Jtuiry, now, Mr. Lavey, tell us. is it a
boy or a gill?" The f inquiry nearly
destioycd the effect, of the whole sce..e
by the corainotiou it created.'
A
¥
UTTLB man in lhe west of Eng
land rushed to the river last,
summer, swearing that he would
drown himself. When ,he had waded in
to the depth of his waist, his wife, who
had followed ,him, seized him bv the
hair, and then, as a Iortil editor deserib
ed it, "she led him back till he reached
a jiJicc where the water was about two
feet „deep, where she pulled him over
backwards, and soused him under, and
pulled his head .up again." "Drown
yourself (clown he went), leaving me 10
father the brats! (another plunge) get
iliuiikl (another souse) and start for tho
river! (auolhei dip). Better use tbe.
water in^te'id of ruiir! (another dip and
shake of the head). I'll larn yc to leave
mo a widow!" After so'/.'/Iing him. to
|ier lieart's content^ pIic led him out a
wpMei if not a better man. and escorted
aim  into the house, and closed the door.
Sprung Tendon,
and Saddle GalXv
£H KAjtltofc* A**.   Wtm Wz
OcU'tvr Uth. t?**
'*4 j-yur Kp*,rl« Car*  o» i P.r, ~>g
Khl rriulM su^l   [ cmJU  rfci.it m.'/A It
Spavin Cure
X '^> l^i-n^n uh1 rtacfctuui {n tha ; .j.l
4jr%** h^rrfA.li b;«.tIiCur. ^»* UtyTa.1., —rmi
*nlU.orti rif dollars itfr hum pwu.
. , L. -e -*-rirtdr c- ^.t rn, .iwn,, t>r (Vtwin.lnd
t      -  *■    - "I, ..   - tf*,.ailtL. Ilircl'i'.. C ith.
*,J. 1   ^ - aim' Jjk, rik-Mi
£.t-jr I, . n ri-±r* (,t Uiru. tb. k«lr vhlu
li r*^^ '~r n.ku *. for t^jut.
K—p KmdUi'a fclw^j, I*,,-!-. ,\ k ua.t]t^~
C for si. V I,-r J. n I...T »*. J„u. <1-U.r'». t,-l , <,[,,-
*fp-jr WA "A.rmiiM CM It. li.,r».u—If. rrr.
—or viH* u» '•       '■
9R. (. J,Kf;?rrJAU.C«.. EnesWre Fills. VI.
. foimer Lord Paget was am-
sdor at Co: slantinoplo, he,
w.th the rest of ,the. gontlprnoii
who were in a public capacity at the
-.iiu'-.p mint, detpriiiincd on one gala day
to Ivive I'.'fh of them-'i dish dressed of-
ier the miinnpi of their respective coun-
'li."-; and Lorii Paget, for the honor of
'•'n^l'ird, viidcred a pi"co of roast b.»"f
vi,.1 a pbru jitidding. Th-> lieef wis e.iss-
Iv Minl.i'1, hut the court rooks not know-
■i:; '."r.v to irakc o plum pudding, ho
ga . c them 'i recij>o. "Po many eggs, so
■■mch inl'k to much flour and a given
finni tity of r.ii'iins; to bo beaten up lo-
*i-"ic.f, and boiled for three hours in five
^■lloiiH of wal.er." \\ lip,i diiiiipr v/,is
•■p' \ ed un, fir«t fiimp the French am
b-i«!■■•>,rip 'a ili«h. Ihr*n thai, of the fspan-
l-b KPib.-'si t !or: and ne\l, two fclLms
bpnr.ng a tr.'isiendous pat. nod bw.ling.
i!oom for thn [English nmbassador "s
d'sb' ''
' =\v .1 i.p' " ci i ' ! Irs 1'>r(Uiio, " T
forgot the bug. and those ntnpid scoun
dreN lnt\c boil"d it without on'-—and
in five gallons r.f Water, tool Never
mi»d: it will be good plum broth, anyhow."
A,
Dr. Martel's Female Pills
-~   ■ II    I ■        ■       !_.... ll'llll      ■       ,
SEyEKTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
trvntVavi M& rvoomroendpd for vcnto'i sO.
to»n.s. » »ol«r,tiHo%llT prej.irfrt n-*Ay at pr~,a
•»orth.. fhc rwiulu irom tliclr u«» »rs ovilok tud
p—*t.nmt.    For s*l«i,t,fcll drug »Vor*«.
Hair-Dyessig-
f-I-riJM:,   ][il,
Combs"
l
■h --1,1   .t.--'„:,„.
,' a  [■, c-l,'i.,	
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'-..'..-i,.,':.>,fl  1 ,i.l.
1,
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lor,11:0 |.,,ir,']
Hit' *fi:il|..     'i I-,
t ..in -I f,,;-,, ■
hhtwli -
t.Koarci.l
l-it..- (.,>   ■
'ipflrter',273¥/,13i5l-s
iwril.-l-t,'
n!\ p.-nf.
I'd- fill*
l-. S cv/York
:nt'
" '.''iI'TR irpieha.nt h-id made use
of one, of his young clerks in'tho
stead oMiis regular collector.-who
\yjis. ill. Wiien the young.man-returned'
from his rounds, his employor observed
that he looked rather down in tho
raoutl.i.    ■
"Have any luck?" askod tho merchant.   , ■ ..-,,,•
"So-ro," replied,tho young man: listlessly.     . .'-,'.
"tfow about that .Toties bill? T suppose you collected that'.' You said, that
Mr.  Tones was a friend of yours."
"Well, sir," snid the clerk, "1 don't
know whrvllicr to rejoice or not at my
success   willi   Mr.   .Jones."
"What  do you   ineiiri?"
"This, sir: When I went in and said,
'Mr. .Jonps, i called to tweak about a
mn.Ker—■—' he interrupted inc before-T
could proceed further «-illi, 'That's all
r:ght, my br.y; slio's yours. Take hur
iimi be happy.', "
fitted
.with'every nidderu'-contrivance for
ensuring safe and efficient working'
lhe Pretoria Pit. near Bohon'. Lanca-
shire, has proved the grave of'340 min-
cis. "I, should have thought." said'
the managing director, after'- the 'tern'
ble, catast-roplwj /'that this was ,oue of
the safest collieries in the countiy, and
one of ihe lasl for an explosion'to, lak'e
place iu". There seems no explanation,''
he continued; /'beyond the suggestion
that'it arose fioin a 'defective da-'mp ot
,the sti iking, of  a   match.''
The latter may or may not have been
the cause of the'explosion which sent,
these 3J0 men to an 'untimely de,ath,
but it is' n fact, fully recognized l)y
mining experts, that, although jeoal miners miry their lives in „1!ieir ' han'ds,
they sometimes act, -j>i spite of the,
strict rules aud regulations which"',gov-'
orn . the ,woiking. ot" big mines, w.ith'a
caieiessrJess which ' is astounding. - ' -i
",,Tbe president of the Staffordshire,
Warwickshire, and Worcestershire Colliery, Managers?, Association stated re-"
cently. for'instance..that,"a little rno,re
carefulness on the' part of tlie miners
and closer supeivision and suic,tci dis-
ciplii-c on the part of the management
would - do' incalculably more good than
all the rescue apparatus, yet invented.,"'
°H is generally admitted that ,the terrible calamity at ILamsttjad: near Birmingham, England, in 100S. when twenty-five men",lost their. li\es, and-the
Maypole disaster in the same yeari ic-
sultiug in seventy-six,menrbeing-kil.ed.
were due almost entirely to 4-ome fo'-n
of carelessness, the Maypole disaster,
was due to aa ignition of fire-damp
a'nd coal dust caused by/ the filing of
too heavy a charge of explosive. , This
wns, to say the least, a grave error of
juclgTO'it, but experts deseiibc it as
caieiessness.
Th.'<-'e tw;n evils of careless workmen
and slack officials are shown up in all
tl.ejr ugliness by eoinmenf-s made by
the Chief Inspector of Mines—Piofes-
sor JJp'lmnync—when, in reporting on
ti'p Tinirstead disaMer. he clearly stated that it was. primarily'' caused . by
workmen separating bundles of candles
by. burning the wicks or string instead
of cutting Ihein.
From-peisonal experience in tlicM d-
land and Welsh coal-fields the writer
has found that much of the carelessness
i.s  due  to  an  excess  of' self-confidence.
That the shoeing of tho holler' aud
pacer is'.iUvnnchig wiih other pluses c/f
tlio "game" there can be no doubt, and
(those of pswho have lend of ,tbefiile.ns
that dlitniii'cd yc-nis ago'regarding hang.'
ilg up a, horse (.ait follow i|s giadual
girowlli from a,fiu>U' svstem lo a hichlv
fqr example", the
'-cie'htific  one.   ,Tulip
pld ideas concbruiiig the use of woiglit.
Wq were taught a  member ulwavs foi-
lowcd' weight, no rmil.tgr where p!ti«.'<lj
if'in' lhe heel of (l;e"fro'nt slme ie tended
td,fold-the leg  more, gh'iiig the  horse
increased action; if'iu the too it'extend-
ed Inmj   if, iij  tl'o "out.side hrjuich  of a
shoe it widened; him?   'i'hui a great vnr-
icQ'i o^,, CHiiniiigly 'dovis.ed   sljoes   with
weight distributed in ceituin' jiarts  was
"Uie .outcome,; .It ^as-not until  Robert
jvobci'ge   gave' horsemen
tiitoiy
students   th'it  thes
present ,day iHlioe,'- nin-*t contend wifif
which the future; will elimhmte. We bo-
Jif>ve that- each .suivee'di'itg ytar will si-f
fou't-r horses linit int'erfi-re, Moil w5u>
have, iminer.se biiiur of money tied up in
bieedii.g eHtabli'ihineiitSi are seeing the
iioces-sity of using (-iil.y sv.v'h,, mures for
bret'diug as are free from iivtsriPre'iK-e
isf ntiy kind and will '"bri'oil only to
horses"of.pti'ro'igait aiul perfcot contioL
We have elsewlipre preccutett our views
on tin; future usu of orthopedic (veser-
knowa means of getting it—except baseball.
Into such s condition as thiar; is
thrust a boy who can play ball better
than he fan do anything else that will
get him the money "ho, must have to pay
his way. I? he is good lie can go out
and piill down two hundred dollars—
perhaps more—during the .summer vaea-
dlan and have his board besides. He
plays enough to get plenty of exercise
and comes buck to roIlt=gs~ir,~the full,
fresh, stout, in,',funds and i.c.idy for, a
hut campaign against physics^languages,
higher imrthpmntjcs, literature and tho
father obstacles in his path of knowledge
and fame. While he is at college he
is willing—eager—to play ball on the
team and, to do his level best without
•money and wirhoii't pure—lust for' honoi
<md the,'glory of his school.
And'that, ih a Slate of'sports morals
that college professors vflip eoukln'fctell
ihp holding end of a bat from the hit-
ling end, say is ohnoxions to honor ju
sports, destructive to, (he ,'mora Is ,of
college atlili-tics.' ')f course, it i.s all rotten 'foolibhiiess but.if.has takcii a good
while to coiniiice cyen a few (if thesf*
hajr-splirting'thcoristsj of that and, will
'take a hit of timcaiul Work yut to bring
the ipst of 'cm i,»1o line. .MeaiiwhiU1,
a lot of y'oi'.ng lird,s''havc been made into
reifdy and reckless liars trying to ride
tlie horse of their 'choice, and natural
adaptation and the goat of strained
and faise corjcliiMons thrust under, them
hy ineii whose bejlds are jn •£itf eltmdrf so
far that they can't Are the,mud thoir
feet «rp dragging through. If. tJUes'e
guides of youth would pull their heads
down out of the log long enough to see
where their theoriesile.'id, orle good look
would i en Hi lliem/niore t.hnn all thftir
(iuespini unreasoning. Xf they -would
make it u oardieuil point to fact)—and
iiiiliTct^—liouosty. and truth Jirst. tliey
wyulil" turn, out better uud nqpari'-r
men for the world'snisea.       ■-. ,
However, thank, Hpavon, I1i!b baseball
"Nervline" Cures
Rheumatism
Anil Hero is the Proof—a Sole-
ment  From   a   Four.Yearb"'
"»t Stau
C"PPl9,
Who says.'-Norvilme" Did it
. ^'If   lhad Jived through im
another year it  woul.J hn\» f,
aclei" ^This is tho opening's,
(he declaration  madp.bv   \]»
Squires,   jin'iuber   of   oil*   of
known iamiliPK for tiviinty ij.ij
iSydney.  "My hiui'5s were'."ir ,v
shape;   oven   my   fingcra   w'..1„" ,.,,,;.
and crooked—-my lam,.;,^,,, ,ti(}-,'       d
Jrabiiitv  to   '   '     ' ' '
-II. r «,,
'' -v 11 r
-ll l|,\. (,.-
'-,   li  1-l.M
UP    '.,.(,;
Ji.d
havoc
,get  at)6i,t  all
Itlieuiuatisin , »i l(j(,
liealtli.
i'"k. ii
*H
v.'H'i     i..v
llu  l,|..^n',
of»t..inH„lf^Jllitl;
hi',u.l o< y.-rMi,,.,
««d novs J a.,,,^
*" WI -n„l ,,j,lvj
«thr-rs In,-,, ,bi,
»>'L'    gel   -„.,|.   ut
(-■•-■, - .   -  -->-fial, <1»hi 7 i, ,,i
tiy bund up witu-u good u,j,l>  _,, j .  T
-* ii»-t..h. But i',;(.v,.r x,£
..        NerviliiH.—;t ;,,,,,[ .,    '
gic infJiiPnce on my iiiir).p1,1i,t,Ij ;        '
 ''r  hwUle iv.ic i.,^\",.
^ervihuc cur..)
lfll'lo   hl-PIl' ,«,]i
system was so we;
lileirijyone nt
])c'd ru'buin'g on
lit 8,
:lhe
'Faniili-
A veteran miner described it
working out of the, old adage,
aiity   breeds   contempt.' " ,
Wiih the exception of the explosion
at Oaks Colli pry, near Barnsley, '.England, iii Dccembpi. IsGii. whe,il over 3Sfl
persons wer« killed, the disaster at the
Pretoria Pit is the heaviest in the mining history of th» kingd'un. and' eer-
taii-ly the woist in Linea^hire. The
near-st nonroarh to the-p fJi^'i'torx in
the last ffty vp.iis were the Ebbw Valp
disaFtpi' in JC,"S. when 2fiS Bves weie
l«Pt.,Tiid the dUastor at the Albion, <Jol-
licry. fn Glamorganshire, i-i lt'flt. which
ipsnltH in ihe (l»'ith of '2?C> iu>;si,n».
Ovpi 'jnn h\ps w.ue lost in llip,Hirtlev
I'oU'r-rv d'sri;'ler of IS1'-. Qs well as iu
the Tltwh P.l'ir.tve disaster of 1877. We
have had no disaster in this cnu-ury
hovp'.cr. whifh !)"■ li'id sn,.], ap|iMlli ig
ip'-nlts as thai •which nppurri'd at L-'ii1-.
in Pni'-o, in 111'!, when no fewer than
LIDO   miners   polished.
Tt is a curious faet that Deccni^r i-
a \nv l>"d nurilh for pit diuic-l»,i'- for
within the l.isl foity- \raru sj-s disi«
tors hive oi'curii'd in L-incasli'ie. 'ind
nltogptlui siurp I^ilO theip liaip been
twtn'v   eolliiMV    disa'.'ters    in    different
gave' hori-emeii his ingenioiis
of pointing that'll dawned iy>on
■ th'it these*s.uue results co'njd
be obtained by,'merely altering the foot
angle, nnuJ'uultyogaitcd lioises who were
physically unable to,carry weight could
be remedied without its use. Again, the
use of t'oe weights—ft has not been 10
long ago' that these'devices were, the
groat. cure-all for, faulty Miction, both
front and back; if iorwArd extension
was laclcing.'on would go the toe"weight;
was he unsteady behind iu one<or both
legs, on wpuld go the toe weights - iu
limit, in,tne" belief'that the-action' of
the diagonal pairs must ,be,-harmonious.
and if the front was regulated itsrhiud
mate must move isynchio,nously< with if.
That this means:was insufficie'nt is witnessed by the" fact that the horse who
"hitehou or "rail'/, behind-still clung
to,the. Habit in spite of, the fae'l that he
was loaded' dovijurwith toe weights., tt
was a common practice to fasten toe
weights.on.a scalper-with ihe intention
»f causing a -separating of- front and
hind, but, instead they were'productive
•of n'closer approach, but' when the im'"
poilance Of, hoof angle began-tp dawn
upon' li.'uiier and . sheer, experiment
pio\e,i! that by this mean-, more.,eou!d
bp done toward ^epaiating the front
and hind acfiun than all other mechanical mean-, combined.'' I have 'been' shoe-
'ing a (rotting lriare tint forged badly
while .logging. She'sUuck the frout iion
nt i'M?r\ -ffii; her conformation ag-
graMitcd the habit, being a" closely
coujileil mare en long legs-. She was
shod in fiont at clillVient times with
-M.'inpiiis bar, four calk, rolling motion,
siinare toe and ;i shoe [ especially designed for hi-i use. S!;e had -IS1-1 angle, in
fiout ami ri2u in1- back; "none of these
shoes mihimi7"d the habit. 1 knew the
danger of a radical change-in hoof angle,
but with1 the ownei "s consent it, was'
ckniged tu -I.")'',,]'!] front and .10° belli'id.
Ure gave her ch.ince to adjust bdself to
the change, giving lier only slow work
foi u while. Tliih was" the key that released her from ihis pernicious habit,
and when L last saw her she was entirely
free from  it. ■    •       '   '
fore tne. bones of the phalanges- have' become-' permanently   united. '    ",
As breeding progresses our hcrses follow more closely lo a type, the scpaare
gait will l,p more and move approximated. "A siniare gait means nothing
more nor ]e-~ than nil <>\pii and equal
lia.'l.w.-'rd mid foiward extension for all
the tour iik.\ ing "feel of a Iioimi, 'with
ti-c pair of feat striking the gtound at
pijual inteii lip of tinio O'ni disl.iupe."
It is only is a hoi's" upp-ojeimates a
s.iuni'c gii.l that he ('an gi\c h',i best
("Tint' tin' demand upon' nervous :ni,i
"nt ■ nl.ir energy bi-ing in proportion to
that appr.ivi'iiatjon. In om ju lgmetit
war and ti-ar on physical fmce rue
greater u isnMir.g forces tin n any other
om tactoi. 'iml exiilai.',, v.l.y ■-n M-any
lioi-es ' posi-essfil   „f  pxne'-c  spe.-i   are
UII.ll.ll- tl    !■       !i .-■{.,■   i'.h i   __n
i,.| ■ •>.   ... , ,, t h.-y <mm t,'
i t.-r  in   .i   I , ,-..     A on rol-
..ire  gait is h.'tl.Liii'c—i.e.—
I'l.ios' in..nt of hitching and
m   "Imps   as   well   as
its angle with l,..>pl; "
*    -   , •    '      SFOET
i ii A , ', ~   „•-
(By  the  Sporting, Editor, rjf n leading
Wester nniTourn&l),
OiSr the level, i,. have'  to ,own up that
= , those ex-couiitr.viuoirofimiite nhist
have been right in th'e front'Vow
.vkeii the  supply  of nerve  was handed
■Ait. ' Read  this fr^jia the  Providence—'
Rhode  fslanti,,\|.IS.A,(^—Jourual: ,.,    i
'|Wiiin"iug'thc P,owdf>r Hail Marathon,
rhc'Scolch i lassie, will, prove, a remunerative ft'jat foi-'llaiis-, Uobiier^ lhe? American Maratjioner ' who . had"" u "hunch,
ihree or four^inonths^.go, tliiit lie, could
pull down the honors in .this, race and'
'followed it up by crossing the.puiiid.uud
competing, with the result^which is now
a .matter of histpry. Although the win-
uro's .purse or £90 is not considered
much on this si<Je, the" glory of winning
this great fixture being corisidered sufficient reward, llolmei;, will accumulate
a, tidy suin1,before he catches sight 'of
Srew  York again." ,      ,. 4,    •
Wouldn'r,'that give you, a harelip?
Hans Holmer, the .Vmerican Marathon
prl >. If that, ever rests under tlie gaze
of the sport writers of, Ifalifitx-for one
brief breathing-Space, IM hate to have
to count, the different kinds of 'fits "th'ey
would throw. To'owu the truth,' I doii't
know the'exuet hamlet.iii''Xovii j5cothi
that gave Hans birth, but it'was'some
miles froni New £ork '.-ind ou this sid<?
of the line, and.I'd bar. my week's salary—r,a' large sjuin, mind you—that- New
York never heaid of Iltfns' Holmer until
he went, f rom >'ovri'ticotia ilt.d showed
the, Gothum'poojdp 'how to l<!iul the way
over tho Marathon dibtuni-e. That's*
what,did the hick, lnok°yp—leading
the way. 'If Ilai.s--0ur llaus. the Halifax sporting sheets used to pall him—
hadn't won his Taoos--iu >i'ev, 'York, and
Scotland—there would have been no
••.Yniericau M,ai at honor "' title tlmist
upon him—H'ans Jlolmer ,of Halifax
would have been quire good enough.
But when Hans makes good, my ,eis,t-
while eompatrnls fi-el that they ought
to honor hija—and. t hetiu'plves—by
claiming Hans ,as their own.    Ergo.'1
And that nent little touch about see
ing Now York again! My, but that is
a neat one!. If wp didn't know any
better, we nhould fancy llaus a regul.'n
Bowery boy niio got hW training for
.Maraihon races by running around Central Park ov filling the'Kiver«idp l'ri\e:
should see hrin sailing i.-ivav fiimi some
I0.i?t River pi,T with hi-1 friends '.vaving
him farewell ,'ird 'ch-inting, "Clipe.
Hansie. old boy, don 't let "de .fohunies
or do Alecs beat you. Kcmombfir we're
phttin' our 'dough 00 yer, and be sm<<-
ter bring home dp sivajr.'" ' And we
should picture It.ius standing right away
up. fonard on tho ship coming- back,
st mining his eyes for the .Statue of
Liberty and the Singer building,-clean
ei'ger to get buck to little old New-
York to tell do boys all about u. In
stead. Hans will hike atraight for lfali-
la:c, au-l'if he goes to X"W York at all
it will be ro wr;u another race or to get
s'line of thai easy vaudeville money that
they're so plumb caicless with flown
that a way. liana is nfir,-, e\ 1 11 if hiu
name does li'ie up wiih the saiiprkruut
stand. ' / ry viv, he doesn't belong to
\i n   York. r<
lie-~wliere hp,could plav ba'l! w!tnrf> ho
chose and stijj hfr olig-ble "for Hip -team
as long as his,study marks are'good and
bis Jiall'playing up* to; the-scratch; I
rind  bottle aft
lite painful parts.
T am   well- to-day-
\Vf yi'.'iis,'!
You  ,-;\n-'a!sr.' <>nro ilicumai1
bngp, ftPiatica/'in-uiHlrth, ur aj.,    r,
iitdlii««i litjibe uidscii'." or poii.'- —...,' \\
so use Xonihoc, Hon "1 \f\ ,„,., ;iri'"
gist,  substitute.  ' U-t   .Vei-vi"-.^
Ill ,lM-ti Ws fiOo.' and :'."ic;    ,s„i j
whoty'., or Tin- Cuiarrlioisoue (,',,
ton, Ont.      -,   1 ,, *
tori
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1 "-I
CHIPPEWA MTJSIO       ■
rNJJIAN music has been made the stall-
- ji^ct 61 careful study c,vei; since the
invention', of   lhe .phonograph 'ins
e-'ialdcd scientific   investigators' t,o preserver the  records   of aboriginal  invention. '        , ' ,     -     '    ,  t
1 According fo^M-issfFianpes Derismcrc,
the rpsiill of, whose iacestigatious has
.in's't heoii "pulilished by'the, Smithsonian
Institution; " Chippenfa .soug<i are" not
pet rified Kpi'Ciiuons';r th*i- are alive wi,lh
tliB, wiiai'jod lilnod of hnmu'n jin'turt*. "
Every I'maso of Chippewa-lifo,is'cxpicss'
ed in luiisic.-' Mnny of the" songs aro
vcjy old And aTC found, on soverfil re.s-
p-vditious;   others   are  said' to .bo   the
SHE CURED HER,,:    "
. - . - HEART. DISEASE
WHEN.SHE CTOED HER KIDNEYS
-WITH DODD Si KIDNEY PHiLS  .
i   >• »
,ii   •.
of a   si 1
il  "\ 11 t
mr\
'•ill-
i llPi'luiig,    weight
i' i.gth or to... and
■>:irt'   n' ' F.r jrl'md   in
,.,,., |,f r,   T).. „);; ...   :L
of  1,!>00 miners.
the
month
oiil  dpi
•f   Dp
tl, roll
Tr;:
STJEpris-h volt JOHN
there was, at  least one P''.)tch
;.  v,hi.  I'oul I appreciate  a .iohe
bv
w
HRN" Bully, the- celebrated composer was niter, deemed dangerously HI, b;s friend sent for a
confessor, who, finding, his situation
critical, and his mind agitated 'and
nl'iriiied. Wild liini *h;-,i. there wns onlv
r-ne ivnv by which he could obtain nl^-n-
liifiou, and that was by burning till thai
appreciate
--nt   somebody   pNo's   expeiis"
<-hoi\n  bv  the   followii-g  story   told
Mr. K. R"  Crockett' in " Rvdpiland"':--
"A country laird with h's man John
was riding to market. The piird and
John were passing a. hole'-iii the moor',
when tho laird turned bis /.thumb over
his sh'orl'ier and said:— ■'■-.'.
" '.John, I saw a fox gang in iherc!'
" 'Bidye'indeed, laird?' cried Tolin,-
all his hunting enthusiasm instantly on
tire. 'Bide ye your lane to toon;-I'll
hawk the eraitur oot!'.' •  ,  .
"Back wcit .John for pick and spade,
having first, of course, •', stopped- tap
earth. The laird' rode his y.'ny.' .-<ii'l rill
day' way foregntheri.ng with h-s cronii-.s
at the market town—a business in
which b;s .henchman .'would' ably and
very,, willingly have seconded, him. I.t
wns the hour of evening, and the' laird
rode lionip. He.'came'to ;a mighty ex-
cavaliou. on the hillside.; The trem-h
w.'isbolh long and dpP'i. .Very tired
and some what' short-grained ' in I (.'inner.
-John was seated on ii 'iuouii-1 of-earth
vast. ni I lie, -ft.undut ioti of a fortress.
.,-■"''There's nap fox here.' 1'iird.' said
.li'hn, wioirg the Inuiest -w.eit of en-
i.ieavr'ir  frnm   Irs   brow.
" 'Ihp -laird was- not.
indeed,   'expeedii L'iv
K'Tf. .  ' '.Hi ed.   .1. li'-.
wad line bpoa miicJilc
n.ilioiit tht ,- two IhiMii rainiiii be a~con-
spriatiuii of nuisple power and eudui-
aiiee, nor <•,! 1 tlu- h'isp ii.f.e '.bat con-
(nlpiuc in himself necessary to do his
best »Mir'(. Without a H|iiir<L gait the
mini in the grandstand cai not be picas
ed; he may not understand the techiiifjue
of Im, ing and balancing, but hp docs
'! now when something is lacking and is
I willing to oserlook physical impprfec-
|tions if tliar rhythm of mot 1011 is- tbeip.
Take t'-e i.ast season's "Old Maid"
trottci, 1'iidie Archdale, At icposc
lHnlie is most unattractive: .-there is
nothing in, tier makcuip.that/fascinates
or pleases; even when giving her greatest -effort at'speed she1 is aJisolutely without. ajiiiiiiitioii-Trheingi the nearest approach li). a trotting automaton we hiivo
ever seed; moving along with a steady,
fric.tioiiles's,-' mac.liine-liisc gait at once
siiggi.'Stive of ease and immensely pleasing to the'eye. Contrast her way of
going, witi. its -equal' distribution' of
frniii; and hind action, with tlie hordes,
of high in front low in back kind, and
no matter bow perfect the. conformation
of flip, latter, it-fails do elicit tho c.otn-
nieii'liitioii of the critic,while the homely Dndie,' with her rhythniic niovc.ments,
ii"ttracts.        .       , " .
'There   are   maiiy; problems   that,   the
had been n
veur s-:,u,(,'
there!"
f..x
t- Tint
.ont.    TT
. was.
pleas
•d    with
him-
'    he
ri'.-iinieli
■■'..   ' 1
sunn
■■•icd ir:n
there
H12  h
,)e.      K
S     t.fll
the
fox     g,ll
'A    M'
All. mot hers can |nit'away aiixioty'1 regarding their suffering .cnildren when
they have Mother''Craves' Worm Kxler-
niiiiiitor to, trive ..relief, its ctlecls are
surp'.and   lasting.   ''   ■
H
KRU'rf annttu-r collfgp in fa\or of
niimmer b-isehnlt --the University
of N'eliraska thi-i tiiiie-^ainl there
are nuiiiPioiis i,igns that. Lhe I'.iwn of
common sense is doing it.s work so that
rlie whole mass o^Jliib Inb about col
lege men playing/ball lor money in lhe
summer sen-on mil finally be dnno away
with and gone where all silly nractises
should  go—to  the d'ncnrd  pile.
I don't «ay a word against a boy or |
man playing games for love of tliem;
aud no money; if he can afford it, tlnsj
is the only way in the world lo play |
games. Hut the baseball and college;
men situation is a condition and not a '
theory. There lire a lot of lioys-who
bave to make money to help them
through college and they take various
ways of .doing it.-. ■ Sonne arc-, waiters
at "hotels in the mountains "pr_ at, lakes
or shore resortH.- Some work in stores.
Some go on farms. Others teach summer.school, s-ell ibooks, work at trades;
do Hiiytliing tliey'like l>ut—-they must
not play ball'for money. They may-
drive a "team,'be lackeys, hold out, their
hands - for 'tips .■arrogantly giveii and
servilely, taken; may take money in any
wav but steal it and get caught or lor
playing baseball. Finally, they may get
trusted for everything they.; can't' pay
for because they haven't; money enough to pay with and borrow from
everybody- iir sight—family, friends,
f„i,sJ—anybody who will eoine through'
and. whom they can mnster up cheek
enough io ask for tlie loan. All of that
is right because they are ■ college boys
a.nd, therefore, objects' of charity inid
worthy   recipients, of   money   by  every
d .'   , J ir-'    - '     -.'        1 .
Mrs.'.Heiiry J. Jacriues> Found a Speedy
Relief for All Her Trour>los,,aud Now
\ Enjoys tho Best of Health, • ,1 "
St.^Hose ,du Lac, ,Man.— (.Spcciai)-,-
That Ifcurt T>irc:iFo is one of the .resuJIs
0^ disordered Kidneys, ami is •(• consequently easily ('ured !;•• Dodd's Xiduey
Pill*, is the expe.rience of Mrs. Henry ./.
.iac^iins of ,Uijh place.     ,-      , ',        "'
"My heart troubled mo alt the time,"
said Mr=. Jacques, in ."'1 interview..
V And .. knew what terrible results
might folliv.v. The fart that my limbs
would swell and my back a<hp led m<1
to believe that T also snffere! from
Kidilp\ Hi'spase, so I di't'i'-uirned to' try
Dodd's Kidney Pills. 1 bought four
boxes,, and before I had finished ' tho
third box the swellirg wan gone, my
back was well, and mv heart no longer
am   now   in   tho  ,bft
,£  owe   it  all   to  Dodd '
troubled   me.
of''health,  and
Kidney" 1'ills. "
/Heart 'Disease is u»n-,of the troubles
that- cnnic from unhealthy- Kidneys.
They fail to strain the imputit'ies. out
<'f the Idood. and those impurities aio
bound to affect the1 heart, which is the
engine that propels ihe blood through
thij ood\. 'jo cure Heart Disease. Cure
the Kidneys with Podd's K.dney Piilf:
lo pie\ent Heart Disease keep ihe Kid-'
neys toiipd up'and healthy by using I
Dodd's Kidney "Pills-. ■ 1
more reeeiu eo«ipwnitirum of v,'u t:» * ,v,
who fotuposeff DlCnL, durii.g ,i,, ,,7.,.",.'.
npain, awaking from djcietih, ft ■., \i,ij
cuistoiflary ffir Xhe'-Ciitppcw* liHian-'t,,
relebrste an impfcrfdut ei«iri ),v l( 'M^„
,,AU'interestirtg fact colireref; » ih.jp.
pewa-fioiiirs is,Jhar,thc melelv";^ ,,(
ilctitly coiiHi(ipred_'_mp,-e, i;(!ij(jr(';!W1 jj;in
lhe- Wi-.rds. ' In"fT1¥H«iy''i.<sioj. of s'ew'r'i)
renditions,of a >Hmi> It is-not uuimu|j
to-flflii 'the words oceurricg oriK\ once
Tl,p idea 'in lln?« i»«|Wirlft«t j-HiiJg anJ
that is thinly eoiiiiecLed \%uh (In- uiptmly
in the miiHla of tho'Inrfiiins.. \t Tk j„.r
iniKsible and cufloinnry try romnocp i'u-w
words for old'tinips; but, so f,i\ ,»s iias
'<>eeri obseried, these arc .ij\\,n.s „,,,,,.
la'r in gCnpra) gliaracter to the wnids- ■
previously used:    ', ;
,  In   ber, introdtic.tinn   Miss   IViwiiiSro,
under < 1)0, heading^" niton,ni imt^'" -.v-ici
as follows: ' One'of tb("'ch.".rlcr.'iis< 13
of Chippewan singing'  obspri»d ".hiring
tins ■study is that a vi^nito^oi  r*\\:,"r
ing  tone, "is   r'spncftilly   jile'lis^ij-  to llu-
HiUigers. . This P, dilhcuit  fef theirl.ii;1
acquire and is con&idip-rftl'a sign -if em
ideal  proficiency." .       1,.
dSJnnv of the songM arp u- fctM.i n
tho religions! and medicinal t'cre^.n.^j
of the Chippewa, for they icac'i itufc
long life is cohicidi;nt' ivtti f;oui'i.i«[.,
and that evil inevitably rc'."-ts m, <_r
otfjeiidr-r. Tiiey ha,vi> further is ij,ijr
chief Mini Hip. securing of hcidtli 'iud
long life to,the rnJiu'ns. .-
Tliosehsongs are dnpielod by graphic
rcpre-scntaUoiiH uon   birch' lurk      M-sa
Dpnsj,iioro    found    that    ivheit   a   s^^-
harl'ljeen phoiiographicallv rec(or,leil -ni
the  picture  drawn   on ,ohp .res, ,-\ if us.
anuVl&t'er, the jihonograpii record j!:,;.
'ed  onia (listuht roscrvatidu, 4.i •iienibar
of the Grantl'MctlicitiP Sorie.'yt \vo..lii atrj
onca bo,able to, p(0'.tuce'liie.ai;cvriilo;;
ing   symbolical' picture,   Meritiral silii
the oiigina!. differing .onlv a' nut j«r
s"bti'draws better^ tfian Jmuil.er» .
JT^he eoiigf tli'eiusol'.p.s. ttl'i^h -"'rr. "V
larger portion of the ,l>wik, .-"-• ,l-,fl,
huiidrcd in ruintber. The\ i."cil'.,lf- t1!"'
iiiiti'itimi songs ,of the Mcdi'f' ^i""-'
'ty, followed hy a series of hh'-'mm!
song?. 'I upn follow the l.ve s-n s\, 'I1*
moccasin-game songs, ai'il,.. in1' ■ "' '"■
uiiclassific 1 s.ings. 'Romp -if th • '''-1'
seiigs are sngg'ssivr of tion I' .'■' C"
foms. Tlui,s, for iustanm. >'i "•- ' -■•' ~
the words aro said to s:_"i'fy "..it
'''a young man, "is-Icnd a voi'-c
go nrd walk with him ..ed v
if 'he did 'noL cousp Li'.-, fu
would entile and ask t-ir 1, r ■
iron 11 w t \eni"](.r. " Aio'l'."
scribed iis^'llio song of a'h ' -he
who •upe'tx Lilnot lipr ftmi „'k^' it
a boltle lo cheer him up."
' li
'it
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In.-
The nidht obsiinaao con's
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it.
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The Manitoba Gypsiim Co.t
WT^rNTFEO,  MAX. THE   MOYIE   LRADEK  lA MIDDLE-AGED iZA..t  Ws()jp.'is  till  ''out  FASHIONS   AND  '".     FANCIES:  ,   '  t  nv\  I'Wgp from tbe rascnt n-wMding. of Mile dp Uollwhiid  ?���,'*h\L tie Ooldhc'inudt, sniie^ffir c;? rem onion �� drcases  "'  * uiitc taken the pl'M'ty "<" 'My ���     \�� ������"I' Pin.p a urarl  ,(,,* ..t'thm time of "tho jyear'ivpn'ul lmp*prn vntyoV In  *'f;V{H'  V,>t to-day it, i*/mly.tbe el]|i,ly womso 'wffo id'Ul  '      t.'i  tradition'1   Old  bine', /'Ma),  n-.rd   hi icfio-w-efp, the  ,^lS^  t.i   inimui/i.,-    Ol'd   bine',   <'Mii),  favorite   ..  t1'r^','thV'fa4hiop'attUie'1.egiifn,iiKof mi.     . *  ,'(,!��/.<��� tin? liuest desifjuf for a, -.'fiop dr'ttt for1 Nbc shows.  |n���wl),V. for tlii> bee-utliuil rhntefhU   T>yiiess is in ttlmek  ri��;��t t4a-.11  8  r;tP. .��!��ih'��, (Veiled   with  grpi'/i-nhnudoled  wit*) .rnultf-  '    "satin, fr'tWfill urtntrtii, is ifa wutl'rtai (1ml  ���'        '  -���--���"--'- - ���f mi,  dr'tt  ,,T- .,-. ...is tiwumiisi nniereiv,   TVf .    ���atiff tf.-erU'i'wi!D V^5t<" ChniHiHy i'" nhifikSpanls-b lace; the  '" aii i-efy new pffrvi. with hro/at}'tai,o lop stud bottom,  ,,���.;,.�� ih*>"miiHlr of Uiv'pkirt b't|ttwined. Ot"'.- t,ids lacf W  finwy of M*<* net very ��n�� niid^lky^vefikig the lace,  *    - "*���- "���-"��� black ��ad while etTeev.appitftni,t on  satin'slupr wuiij at j jujlinirant bihcbeon this week. There  seems lo he nc/ruJe or liw' to gun!/' tne lidltinrjr 111 the bl.fqd  of matf-mils liud tr,m in jugs, 'J i/'o helmi iJiapt'S rua.dc of  bl.'n k vtUeVor ��i1',i and minim d j<i-' -< tiiib M 0110 widf-  of tin' iront, irnlao duf<U,\ ot tHe" front, vulb fl.iruig h,ig  lett,os ftnd a bow <*f sol ,<��� s-iri, to finish it .'I I ho bottom." are  .unpii^ tjir   dashing butt 1 u '  Wriiggn looking ceilid ysfml. nhi'iies a'io son onih,)tn  that htti, tor thfiti is onl r "td. ;t ��� nti.'h d iibim g/Sjach featherri  oil^a jS'illtilyMlrJppif linl.'iii >i,���J b > ma'le in <m . the height  and uti th'it 4re �� nee.!. A block tiiib-aii, with m idi draped  IWtrb cr<j"Aii of *fi\,it and a'fur bhi.j around tb,e hriin haaji  sn/glo fi-atpi r (if thV J-Fiml"it the .s.tU', a-I'd u<it aiioifis-r auggps-"  tion^if niimning,      ' ���   a ��   ���   p"  1 *   f -j�� 1 i  Do j,fA 'I^Hp.ilr1    If yoiriserc ivik<< (ricnigii U byy a sitit  " '- ;- ��� pMo (aiiVn or 1/.- s'-nsy-i's fii-h-  abd,  15, (in  hh'  I'M'iital  How Kelly Fought for His Jvist Chance  LT v,,is iitteen years since  Kelly first  began wpik on <iie Sun.    Cessions  there had been, oi" 61 hi���, wln,n oi.  fereiiu's. ot   opieio.i ,-w.il/1   tji " eity eJi  tor had  sent   him to  <��llici   1  for'fhoit sojuuins, but being  si )e ii .nt'   of r��ore "tha:i owj-  it j,   he   always   cime   bin I  SCC'tl'lIg   lo   po'-slfS.S   h   soil   ej  majjui Iirsii   ff>r   h,un.   'J>u-,  g  Ine ,ie.iis,'e.\c'(pl  f'.r ip 1 1'.,  much goo l-fell<>wtli5p ft he '"- >  new  x\   1   ltteli   i)ic   add. t"l),   |i'   h, 1  not left tjie'sheet, ��od Ji id poitw to (0,1  fcider biiiisdt   a  ijecessay.   i..cior in  rej.ortprial make-up. '  Bui Kelly \/At> growing 1! i��� AlsuJ'-id{  in/ gioV, u fat and, ^li'iniv. o.-t sii.venly,,;  Fippieill b'bbl|lig Jiad (!u-'ued u>* fl'.c  mil dulled h'S eye. His handsale iibjed  liiim too niut'b eigjtictti s eoMijg, ,i'id  ,m a way, that lacked imp,'i -s nwFT: lie  tio Ion get wore' bis, clothes 'e;i11/ 'md a<  tiiocs e"APD fsirg(>t to (hdhi>,- his eoUaij  ���|hi aililitiii- {.,0, all thi.- l-"'wa,s bpcom  '* I u 1 (intent ed���nhu'H is B\' siiie cifiniifd  v'ir^i riewsp.iper iilan. He ha.l.b(gun to  rdto do��n. as |t weni; tii,'i krenness had  gifi.e on*, of hVglaiJpp, ui,i the powei  Out of h-s be,xrii!g/-His ^.'utt ���_ h.uj tint  MOTHERS APPKE���;A:L  BABY'S OWN TAE'LETSi  the futlre  Front of Oroy Velvet Tea Gown  '-I' Mid u. fiont and at,the 1  *it!   u'H'iiln aiult-tassols.  fto- ihf   Hivieia  hL.'s.m  "  San*  TOlii I  ,ick��   The 1< i,r en<i��  are 1 aughl  on "hi petite rilv'' is in dcm-iiid.  ses Ui tlotlr <>J the tu luie-t of vVl.eU. 11. tatius ,i'ul  being putde. Snuiitiiiu's Hie s.miiiip piU-i I is benn  8<i '.i 1 varicU ot coloring, wieit-l imes i�� is tn gold and siJ\er  ln-'P, hi���.|nm iu t1iVc(>ide I c ii)binHbv:i"k U"'^ ."�� v ��� '' aP'm,  IK 1!,.., j, .���uu\ h,st'. aiJ han.ibv.g-. {;���t the sipip! c.ty oi_  '-�� ''1 ol   the dress H-ell' du s eut  vary      A  wide huid  01  vpl.  it-1  i- ..hither tho  hi ic, 111 fins  (1 'PSs  let.ul  Of itii  Iiiii*1ks tlie   h eve. no H'lll  I" ill velvet, f.uin, or \ dh ,     \��d  !��� <be mnelti  of ilse li'-ni  '.-We clini.i ("rep.- Jus bun miuU a ' 11 H'd  !<>r the buld  i-1  iiuie \plvt.l  upon tlie 'lee.es,    (! ,-    i  1,11st  he nude-  <lni  it ia ouh  at tin. bo'.ti.nt m  th>    le<\(.  j-ist  bi'.i\x  tt�� cl'iu.     that tin- coniusUi g e'<..t  -i     1 tti rul   md ceK'i  "'��� 1     Itvuli      It  is  .,1  Ib'se s ,. til th n��s th,.t  the I'urisienm  u_\  , 10 chow   hei   uii!i\��Ju ility  K    '"i   ��� li.iture  iu   the  present il iy   f is  *ti*i>  ���,, 1   eollir  and   ������-���npiei < 1 , nt.   u<>n!  ro^ ' t |uirU to hide the |oui at the thro it  effe-i  it if I  ^<  n.nih   is  il!i   woi  the pl.i.u  ���   will    tl  flay  I,  ,"ti ! ���Poirct. who.  in  Kiivuinitf   Mile     \Hee  -N'i 1 v   ill   tl e  t  ���ertsent   runiiiiig   at    the     \lhcne'      " I.i'H    Hlliet*  < <���'  lr,  '   has shown   how   eli.iimin^ .1   gnlishly   -hmt  robe  " or  ,1 fnll^ionti  women     Mile   ^   "l  "'. ars thiee 1 t  flecks, ill  of   whreh  vicio  poidiillv   H'lnnied.     Hut   th ���  "n.'cilled forth a nun miir <>t dehybi -i"d woinhrwh" 1  ih-(,tiKh tbe building like the sound  ��f wind tlinni��li  * *  of  11  foicst.     It   wis  .1   foui re iu   of  stran color, .1  '"fi   with an  ini'iall  tunic   in   blond"  tulle  lid,   ."   ''V  not  tinlike the  pnestlv ( duel      Tl .s  wis pinbroid  "night blue" serpniis, or tiny beads   rather, tho de  r-miig 11  sort   of   (,ililtl'=sp  ol'   li.e  bndiep  ,    ��� mil I'oiiet has designed -i  trown winch his a little tr.m,  "raiiin tt   is intended  to  be  worn  in  Hit-  en-mag.  the  only  of  cl iy  wlu,ji   trains  .ire   admissible    Kiordmp;   to   our  -  r>p| sihle  creed       \ml   its  011K   sh.tcU" tT   'i  "i   front  ���At k.hep height, the tunic is gn-tliei-ed ui.to a band  of  '    furthermore   borde'r.s -the. whole,  of  it  in   a  The'coloring'of the.KOWii is. darrnir.  beinp  in  a  .in-a decidedlv ..briirht rose,  .���eves  cur  fllL  ��(^(, d ���  )i,ms. '  tli�� tr,,  clii.-nii  r'siirr.  *'<*i in  "fil  for  time  Prom , 1  *h(r..  grey t-fl_v  which  gracefniiv ('.^i-vj,,     !jll(,_     ,yh(% 00|onng  ��!- "iler-d'ress being in  a blue'-satin'ot".a rallie.r vivid tona,  J"�� lh'" tunic in a decidedlvdiri'irht rose.    The belt and bottom  tlie sl���,Mes are iii a  gold  embroidery... ���'  that  wap,,11*1*  'iu <,\!ri'i'-ie py  hitis, ynttf t.riC'.voar old suit is mut.-  tiph'itt   IjOrrn is  ^c"V,en'*/  mi& the  prOPfSP.  ,    Oivp the  'Or.s(l'ie,'  ,l'nt\J  lhe  \ rencA'Si  fps  in  the  TJpp.uisp  they.arc  th>    o-.>  wbi'ti giits '.he {{uaraiitc   01  use  I .ntdl-vst to contain p-< opium, iilln  pliine  or otner fn'infill  inreotii. /This  iile.n.s the  lilOt'ior can  gu��i  this  pie ii  ��� ii"   to  Jier  yuuiigtst  lub\   -w it)i   abso-  hit-'    s^iiuty.      Thubsjiids    ft    irioilicri,  ,      ,       jk.'ow t|u-- "aI'd w 11 give  no oUht ipe.^j  V,      ,1'ine  tO"their  little   (die      'I he    Ub|efs  _ . ,< inn-it   do  I .c-ii-i, the v   ilw.ijs. tb> gcto I,  'u? i,,i!w'!v"   U��! Jittlo ire'hsis  -4 roll;   b Uiy  '' ' i 'tidj^ort ion; i<nlie,  v.heis   he  Ins wunris  jw   his' ttt'ih ;iie troul'li'g  him,  Jiiln's  low,*   T-'ld(t��   vill   ;io'v    'heir   voith  ii inn m yi'g    tW'ii       I'-     T,     tltrriiiin,  Shetland, .Ont., (nit^-;'!  nn Hiiiy^  Ovyn  Tablets  for mi-  thr-e   littb ,'or,r--  and coesi.l.-r ilicni t'll��    '��iy bcr  irpdi  i.'ijiL'   dining  tin1   let'l.n.g   pt ru-,1      Th<-  *3\i'Jl/iitf�� me srji nt J'. < 'n*-s.,i  Im 1I1;  ���ill  nie In iee de'lllys ir il'l.vt  fio'ti lhe  !*�����. Williams'' JlPdicirip I*.), Jii.Wki .lie.  Out.  ro his  feet cursing Crl.iuati>wia  aijri al,I  of its ii iiabit,luts, ,    ,   * -  " Fiu ther, '1 Minors,"��� he e-,"��l,iiiied,  ''bnt'ho pffiifirmnt'ortiof th'it will n' llif-  I'.itp  bunim'ss; -of'��!fe  r,<,hgh'^"   of  tfir-  \S,is)>ji Riiuiig mflj�� bcng 11 sf j-j ( ti| 11,  t(n',n,"  'Kelly  st^od  to attnitior).    "T'H  qo  il  ' .1  -, 1 ������  : 1 I  1,  j,'  loo  Ml'  li   In llU't 111  Imi 1- rn- ] bit 01 s 11 in���'.  if"  |v  O  tie  ut<;l  to'.vour  close,��!����� e,ed   jnuttcd  jipoh h-s Inatl'iD tangle- ' 'i"i -��� hile, liiif  Irish affabilitVfi perhap'   had .n-erpfiso^l,  ea'ryoiip but  he  li'unsf'f r, ,i;yC'il  frit  K.tlV was no'longer Kill ?��l^hi,d W,i,     ���-.->������...,,. ,,        -,if-..  WcC cine %r tv.O of-'thf rnnrfers, whv|'MU ,.m!  ��ee ,f 1 litre IS t.r,/>rbi���� ,11 it,  werct prnot"?!gaJrist  t,h��  t'lprm ,���</   his)'"' ^ud  , .,       1  fiHlHlilnpss  -dared jr�� <*��>! (Sii-y'an oil  ii.     ���' e   ' i-i.i ���'  fitMl   "Si    U  lli'l  < V  01 I    u  ,1)1.  i his i. ,i*,.  v. -rb roe,'5 V' s^r!  A  ti^v  tpiiH lev !.if r  I  ,1 iL the s���uie bed -with  a,   I i  M U .p  11      ".is  u' ii-jr  in 1  rt   Til  Ji  "Si   tt  "i'l  < OKI]  opened   it  ���' JJniik  K.ng did  H nig a-s5t,  l'\i. ,  K< Uv   bul^d flip door ni.d, burr'ed 01 t  kee[iing  lh'   liyuin   his  j,o, kin,    1 hum  lownj.ii'i; <   'iiii,s<   ciis,iriiiis fie ki ''W  well  for  men    th,iu   (wi<   vi^trs   it   had   be.-n  ]i���rt  Oi   II s   'H-r,sp.ipe.   "bel)t   '   dl.d   u,P  niiil  ni-'.'r  lost   ii!lt-i,e-t   111  it.     lie  had  e' I'M  1(1,1 le rf -,. !���)   iit'cnji!  t'l h.irn  lo<  laiiguage. aj.'d ,i lp^  il tlnj ,pbras, s -nni  words   In-   coulil   s^FfJi   icili       lie   htd,  at least, ai'fjuiud a  llilt  -v-iffce ht wb.Ji  t   ClIUi.jIU.IIl   Wi~   s'd\;ii^   wle'Il   sjedkll',  Hi his v�� n liiitgiie r'h" club of l^et  ".Sain he kueft b\ lepjr.i'inu. llPihad ec  " lilhi(Til<\ in 11/!J i^'ui- entraiK e. m>i  was his dis;.|);s/- ;��-,i1vm it,i d For nn  jio-ir he c.'J, i. i'iliu�� .ul-iei, snir.king -i  Jl.e't,'1! 'led v .(tel/'l S,l.ee Sjuu (day lu��  Un. ' Then }APn .>((! ' n'-f it, In- feet,  gkllli e ! Ser'll'K. ,sef.'-p'()HiL',v ^b.int, g.t  thired (iis'iIoai./K m^-eei ft ni( re i!w->'y  ab 111 j, in ,,iii,d gl.d.'d 1 (sdy thvu.'n  a pair "��* <'���"-' 'I- |,r I'lC r",1- ff�� ''be  If, 1,1      'A.I,   hi i,iinp 1 J,   sl'jlti'd    ili'l.I"/'I\'.  iii'il e\id*>'i'IV rhu ' ;h l.ee ^nm -> I'"' ���  sTT"7l.st  "i*rt 1-' -,'  uf.b ���'    '  Effcr- <%?a -r*fi'*'  veseeni- i__>'i__jj,\ '*,  J��W  ���*ZtJ3i.iK.Utt  \  Onr.c  �� h*P'>i   syst  It 5 o:L��.u a lltts    j  .'���'/1 1  stem  no. ..I ��� 1  Itaken in t-nisi.  '   25c and 00c.  "Sold,everjns here.            <4  'Jlie /'djlof Vmled   ��  ^rFl  <%��� 'i'f��i  �� tiu'Tcievt 'fsf,-  H-.  ,      ''   Ar.    l^df Up city ikrt.u hid  - 1 W^af t��vj f thy^h^^n  Vrlvd' suit a tJj-nr.'igh (,'wmg an/'i heading. Ijflt  (irery partiVlc of ijnst )re -cAttc-'d 10 the v..nils, and keep  it tiniiiuKk until jfciif-ate *.i tr '{l,ati thetgrii,,H >Vh ivn lib-d .  iuteh* 5-Rufi. A ,i"aH d^lKli- rutt'Ui ?s bftrn,|i"s but pffp.ptu'dl,,  , i4H'iiH''th^1 l?iHv*g Wi vfjui c>sit'with Ktti��!tAe> or bopziur.  ft i��s hardly |iep��svtr,y 'v* & w:<ruing t{i, be ���>�� ,��)*5< ��i about  th'p ure thai' must ���W cvfcvsii -rtithTrifgardit^tB^p clcao��-  er/sntt fnV. " K��       '  "  h>>ii.t.*J *        r * - '-������-.', ��� 1  J'*A ��ftft spo-ngp Tor p)->jpinft i* ",odd <so ft��a foft flannel  etrfth. VAir the (���o��t'a'f1 r it is ,cl<nu)t��d.'fo rewnva.alLodor  him  Kelt  st ���3i{   rvrcvi-jl  r-p ijhpitt aw,iy'*froni the aflame- or' extremef0f)ll>^ iSiould  forget. "(Se-.dfis'tbR, fjhtt  tite'liipjid.  1^1 at the back Of ihp collar.  p\   Mnny^eoais sho.w, hlpu^ of wrV  C<,vor'tiie frayed ei,'cei w.jth'ia.ni.-w p'uv'e of,nbbop thdtawjll  matah tkp lining.    Fine ��'iit siiicht'ig /uoiyid the e.Jge?,.%\ith  ,i.n n-jihrdidprwl'i-nitial, will lake away the "j>ii#ii'" element,   ,^( _. _   'and, if,you wish, a chase pan bpi t!is"l';iud undpr.lriis, whiehj jr/0 realised nothing.  c%t�� be'-'us^lf tojajis/njter.   If you ,do thi��,(?o not ijasten^down      pq'r ^^  thing, 'Di  Wis, oblivion Si to  ivfljj, he ipid l>%nr '  0116 of thp��l)|��S!��<-"*L ��cv,M ip'-r jw a  tfats,i.i?iiiiyy,I llo had/a<5"��� > j.-'xj- '��'  that  had  t,iw9i  eoTiiuonte'i  ��}>>)��  f|i  dican to Qcenn.    fle^i. r ,CMr-gnt Jhi   . ,.,-,.  and While hr iiew.rnboastel in l[ie taiib | " Pfir(lf.ri mo, sir," hp antifluVicpd. "bu  ner of boasting he'idid'rf't shoofea thationt*ii'1p ���of the /debJcs' T vonmlii  'nj  the uup^r pdptt oi tin1 ribtiojl l^an/t.  Tl. fitjiitPinnps'the sli-lA-W at the' lUMler'ariii Yearns are ixiuch  worn'or Htairied. 1'fh yV.trt lie remedied by jBPwir.j? i��\a paii  t.f tlnplds, r l-Jui ��-' !fr I ���*- <" .\*1* tl}{' shiPlls with S4t'm to  matdlv tho-Jniiagi J--,Tqtl5>i^ is jnoh' r'?pr(hei.s'(Wi}^fropi t,ho  point ,'sf'vk'wJ ef';i v >rj .In ssed wpuaii than shields th'<t  (jhouf out thehvji'-'-'r V��, bUbol whit"( Thii eY^difnt i��  one (hat ihere wf ^-�� 1 <1����W jiy.      ���  ^     ' '   ^  , ' llr, not forget She start bi.iid.    Ro\ooVe the old and apply  a rn-w<one, slip stitehirtgi it i>r>  with cotton  thread, ^'Silk ii  not--so 'Uftlig'    Allnvr  a,sL:ght   l>(l'��c   to   extend   below-  tad  mat. riil.   ,ln this, way ihe if.tg:' r^ th<\��d��rt is piotected.("  A   anil   nress;t ��;   is, i.ei-. - P".    Vw  a   dampened 'Cioth  '  ���v    "nil    press;. 1;    .=    un ��� " l"   -,     v 'v-    �� ,'n,V til  ��    scoops       uu   mt  vhj��-��   ..���..��...-���   ,���,--.  siud 4 hist iron'and pro's ||K. co.jf fin a large board "that should,! ar)ll ,^n,er   orcaston?, wheri    tlicy    h.ul  The skirl is eafedy 'dune. If thsre  nuieli of the little  ,���. ,. ... .u .-  - ,  be in evef'v:  one ,s laundri  Sie plcafs'iu it, baste tbp fvlH aiid P|rss.   nuieh of the litlle  ,j!,ri.>yiuicp occasioned bv material vlj^p'uip wB thija be eliminated. '  u       ��� ** _ t.       'I   '    v     1 /,.'    A".'  Needless to ��iy. a rcnewedTsupp]y of buttons���this'time  HOW TiIe SP1DEES SPIN  cj HE silk thread'''8 foti��ed only on7its exit from Ue insect s  J-l"     hodyi   AEl'spoti as tho pastf reaches'the-air it dries afad  - ��   bec,o��ies soliaraiTd the spicer ospels it through two or  threfc pairs' of sninnerets that uro<*ituktqd at the lower part  ��� > ^^'\��� j t *,^'.f  '  -���>���   t,,,1 ,K .-. ' .  TjttOk  li.lJIH ylV  .Jk-fifteflr,'rt-'t even'find H ?l��t\.   IJo"''t V b\ty> we  1 edo>p('i"'��sl'-aH stfinikin V)li llSdew.    'J^he llung m-t  'jujktep.-i  hi^tiig.  \\\��'& lrll.     I  aw fi'JiUK  rk  fi��l"r '4'k<> t<x ,l,e devil,  hoKv-en for  om  fhrrt�� is nidliiilg 111 it.'? - '   , A  rie^ntei.r ��<airgot thiitj     T<(d?v'   ' J��1t1     straightened.   tbipioid,f.  .   ,     ..,-.-".,... a. 1.. l/, '.,.   v !,..,�����.... l .._,i   '.iniI,  ny-  stdf the Mtlrverest maitiiei 1hi�� shtet;.��  Aftir ail .there jlkij- be .1 elfw. " ' . <]  { TJip e?fcyT��edltoi" leoked Jiini^orer-ai-ith  satirical "ljiiprO-W'1 " Vf-rv/nWUI, dauiil  joit "' he -,a'idtl"go ami get;it.'^  <-,u$�� further facts?" ,  "      ,,  '"K,Ot '��'��thtfttr- sllie^detpc.tiye rle-  paitin'ecb was just asking ttw if our men  bad'found out aiiytJung 'Paid MU'y had  in huliitb^the- st,ory w;is tftie,;hnt that  thev did not, sccm'able to g?Lthi> slight-  otlfoe rirtfl tWome"a-.ho)i''   t" l.uhi and  paffirulaHy  in "trio .lart' %\ r>-yi��ar9.  it  was during thus period tlt'ff he had aged  sp roach,'. The, newspaper gJiuw is'per-  haps'the irtfJst'rscrVB-wracUivgof ailTThc,  momcirt "a.man slaektf down, in it, if be 11  no longer <vod"g, age gno-> hjiti., But  Tfoiiv's'ivaq an oofiinistie temperament.  tihe  last^ci^  e.'iilor, alwais handled hViji.witl? a ce  tain dcgroKof, respect. ' Wl^" heetot  Kelly of his''-feature" i-tiiffi and put  cgreS'iOt, respeet. 1 ^VU^u hceto9k  ��f his''��� feature" ttiju* and Pftt  h;vip"on tbeicnuitS it wis inne smootlilv,  mnds-diplomatieally.'^ABd wheti^he took  Jinn c-ff the'e.6iirts1,a'ivl r">�� him W the  w-atei-'frorit the gentlest of lessons agaui  served.- "Then*Kelly rathe? liked the  change.'for'sthe hours wire Wetter.,, On  tins  rtbeaf<" he "served ^aboul ��me  incmths. During/this period thcie vyeie  ocoasioiis when he hud achieved ihinor  -���'scoops'" on'the other morning pape-s  achieved rather"importartt.'Wscoops; op  him Tlie lauer Kellv1 ahviys <j��plaincd  elnquentlv aw^iy,to ^he.mty .editor, concluding, at least, in'his own satisfaction.'  Onpuwpt hiorumg." the beginning oft  wir!tcri'tnevcity>cdJtor called ium over  to his dt'8k���-. Tie,,spoke kindly but to lhe  point. The managing editor,-" he explained, hadiinstrfacted him to cut down, tho  stafl'Aancl aftdT Kelly's long'sefviee, he  illg1, .I'Ui'i  >'li*.ail s ,  diili'iy' h  ard !���) li  I.ee We"',  jly along  ti.l* w��ll  KeJh    to  b.V rv'eit.  lillp   bctit' |'   *l.i  It   ��vas "I   lei A  p.is-, gi.w.iy   they    c<He'i '.1   '  f i in,"   ot   tV'Sn  Jit-   .iii.i'jf  Til."   li!te,'t,   JlVdt/.tlg  Sir Jxl-i  j. |t hciJ' iusiaHlly-   ,/nd   .ink'  -hi?,.!,   nilh his tlernle'd  t|-t.  Don't Cut Our  a Goitre, CVst, or W^n, farf  mwsmm  ���'(U ttt^JL/j iti> m vtf iu *. tin ti ��uwfc>  f(k��w>tujt irukUaar 1^ uto*eokn; w^B  UiiKh. p*.ufut ttmt*fiint>'>iI tfift tsF-umi  titwuen, pi^ut^ a/vrt rbtainMir fl�� |*��  lu*. KltV j��*.Ih *ri(f \xkfH out ���nr��  nijwan-f InfuunniKt't^n frotn UittV  *f Ktn, nrwr*lirl��4>, ncut��< or (Tttato*  r-i wry rr.r��i|intlfm, ��(��tTrfnt^ck��  U^*r ht*^V, otrMlnn Arf) *i-r��ii**.  )f ��tt> tMl*fav* V��r1f*��-M- \ einto  Utrtjw th** r<rJ-* urirtth *vjbi- (Titf ��r*)[*�� oufi  tine vorvta ����� oui*i*r|y tfimvi up ��atf  Fwr<ir��i! ii^scikistJ i?y tolh<*r<rru'jirf  muwft����iffytW��y*^��'. rwititT1''!' thwto  10 a norat*l txixiui'Mr v u; ��t��*  ^hhJ mm tri^Mi n^ a y/iritoiw ut<Y-c  A   lifcfn   plrtfc��anL, AWti" (Jlir   dcfUfr  if nt l.nim**nt, h*rii^t> fi (km o%, fi^fl*  I"(>j[ iMittleftflrjinr'i'viiorTif'tr'iriMr ���  B(��viJc / K 'Dm-   <��^M*ifut tuird JrUUV  W. F. ��O^NBf PDF,  MS^X-  oT l)h* iWorai-M'-     7<��^>  4|ttvi ^i.tW'if   ihni  HELP FtMl OLD   '���   .  1 rfW  the .feret  , sk'eivayi? and ��** *-to��i(l on -I'i ��iot pia  form   lit;   the   t-p  of'airtight  o'  A  JP  if.  !--���') buri"  ��'���  I  tosji;  , J  * ��.,,ii{����fu.  'ctVs-ed SuitUe soil, ynietly he made hi��U(Hi,'1niitr ' hi-ulii'g j",ii}i��rtiv-��|, "1 'rU>  way ti-o-.Tir--perS.ipJ.,' tI'Mly iV-i. \\ j l'j 1,1 S', IS. "giehl (1>/,t ( ���').'.,', Jv'Uitej.  tuiriow ,eoiridor 'pivfentfeu   Jjpfi>r(}v Jpid   uliye,' A'v C  IW,t! <>'i .��  with an uci--i!aiv>i5al Id-'aiy l|g��t. At the  sulfa Vn" of'��iii��ll,>ti-rftrtiiipi*t*i h-.dbefi,  annnged, paei'i' with a VooiIph, fiont.^A  few of ii,emifwere-lii.And \-ticeS'issued  frorn tiiPiii.   - i   ���       ��-   ���  "Fii^-i'lv.'tn the'i-err Inst ar tin' end  Of tl.p allcj'. & rer-ORi ised t]ie Aoice of  n..c5:uiu ' f'he IH ek-lrolB,was''oppn lier*1,  too. and hft beheld a whjle gj.l of be.nt-  Inc.  'i>,in,l'- k'Ul'fS  tr-j'n  nt-"   in{'.Vivfe     '*(���  *-" i ''"( "*r, ,  So and i.'m'. te^t,rv ng tft t;ih j^m��  rf  Inu   thvv,   J.v'r 1.(,'!' ,'f't'.<i   Ulflus   pit/  Plhhf.', ,, s ���       '-     '   .,V ' ,      (.      ,  j.l i .s,i...xB,-l i_U��iu-ol vSjtr ithroy. Out  s'rifnp.i  f'H.j ti't'iity-  nea's w.t'h misery  in' hi'"   |j-U',L.,i .Soi'io i tit'HHhs' igli,   h<  .tried O'lVT'lliftS .-led kn,-r taking only  fill 11    l��)\f-,   was   ett "il-    <'un-J,     Ifi  Hi  ���&���  ^-r-M's-f Hit S<   '" ^  ' 1^-'   ,  /fH*|H'5'T'f^'>    ������  ��MwfM  Vou'11 oblige mp'by leaving that to  me. too." 'iiiswnicd Kellv,, not quite  respectfully. He went out. ^ " , >,'  >\ti ho'ui later he was% installed with  Wong T> in a small .TapanejO hotel in  Chinatown. , Tip bad rpatj i\fa tvVo-room  anlirtment',op t\io top floor for the ap-  piiir.tnient. Wong Fn, luekilv found at  loome by tefephotie, had^heen lured there  .b.-'c/wse'TColly had oiee done him a favor  m'the, police court, Hnlf,,wliitP,'btit liy-  iiig after 'th/- maimer: of an Onental,  "Wong "Fu was tho one great broker in'  Chinatown.' Making.himself first; mas  ier of its secreis, hp thpiijinastered its  l.fisiness. possesshi^ a higher iutel-  licence'. he,,waa.Jnoi'el,euiiiiing and dPCjp  ev'Sn^thi-s a "Chinese. He spoke per-,  ^Tcct "English. " He and' Kellv talked for  'he bodv san'f,  inca heap                   ,    , ,                                          ��� ,  in his aims the slender form of the girl,  pantry r^j^defl  uj thpy S  Kplly made out of, the room. ��� He hj,d i of ; complete  s-tt.sfapi.ioh.   I j  done   hia   work   thoroughly,   however'.    t ^V   a bpx--U f,..r ifi'.-iO r  'd*  Oat chin'? up ^>ul,:  - - - - I,  ,1} thise misfurin.ips  .Money'"  uj thpy  cf;lii to giv-jf  dp--    ��� ,       ���   . ��� j  OTo was^half way up the stins to the  secrrt door when a great, flaring falsetto   cry   reut  the,   ^llencp   and   t)if   dim  form \t bee Ram staggered out of the  room at,tb!e far'end  of the lung corn (  dor.  'instantly doors flew upon ami "naif \  dressed" excited 'figured ,app*crireil  bab ���  ling'' high-pitched  Clunes-c.    Kelly took  the- 'lost fow steps- pf  the  stijiru at  si  bound.     'A* moment,  later  he   stood0 in  ,tb(-   ws-isawewaw- lead'uig   to   the   cdub  iown and fsiid elpsed the secret di.or be  hind him:'buf,lthere wis uo,Vny df fastening' it.-   ile  paused fbr a  tnqjtirnp to  inl'esteti  with ,   _  hoist the;AV,ill6wy form of the girl .over  very 1101.1011* charactt r' t'The we?d prob  impfp bo>,  '-vou -vvitte  ws.  nitjntnumig  tlfj* ���  papir      ">ntn,Oeal  d>rtig   A-id   (ilieiinca? ,  L'o���'rjepi. Jt.P., TorootO ; i-  DANGSftOUSJAIPOXlTEI) SUED  ^faintob,. Agneulttitiri lr'filK"j[e desire-  'to issue a nvlv of waning ip furmeri-  and d,fillers importing gsain ^n M,iu?��� '  tob.'i to.be \eiil for 1V1J1'or seoi 'fhif  year; ,cor.s.ider[ili!e quantities Of grait^  are being hiuuglii into vpr*i.ia diotrictt'  aiid ,ipui?h of it 1* beJievtd tobe badly  infested* with tin   secjl, of v, cods'of s  L'f  */'i  Vi  ifi: I'  suiuig and vvc ��au (jut ou g __  a tow price. There are certain  th.it make it ��ne(essary ipr lis to pare  ���VloivM ''.nr e.\pensi'�� *thi.�� winter. ,1, am  Wiviilg vou a week's motion, however,  you need not quit till Tu��sdnv? pay dtiy -  ���      * re I ha-n enough saved  p%olvcr !b hand, boYlern ah^ady has, becofya a very secioui   J  ' -  1-TJ-,-:-   a-i'ftw  one   m nuttn) ', distto-'. - ,t'tfroi(gli ,weod  nu'rsy-i seeds bcii'g i'utrofliiced to the land with'"  1 un I out the knowledge of those inliod,u��ina  1 thciii(, _ , ,     ^ t  ]     From siutip'bjs stiutvrcc��jinly.i.'to tbe Ool  Oil toy head.  "Kelly i-'luid' only   One   argument  left.   ,.JU>><; ,���vv _      --,   ,       -, - .   ,,       .-  He drew a .black barreled*(;olr frym oi^ ^���)lea The e?itram"e, shifted t.'te. br,Iv| tliaf the, jnesent sitaiitiou is .il.trmlng  poi'itpr and pointed it at^tbe root of ,���-thc ff5iUJigh.tlV to give himudf more! A^ample ol oats recently uuported t<  Wong Pu's nose, "Vow,'" he puioin-1 ilV((\0_l, ordeied" those uouthed near-,, out. of���the <oiri'�� in .rOiich wc-rer-i Mam  ni\ fpiietly, "tell me and tell me right or 1 b^to cj ������] bnek stS"'th.it his way s.oM! rob't -nav found to, eoi.tiiin "-eeus of'tiiu  ^1  V'A  ^.'���?V^''St'1i.  ��, It*  ^  fifes!" ���; , .     ''* '���"'        ^   '  ���   -t       1 'Si    v'*/  ���*      t'(  !  '*->s"'��.v* , ��;..  '{. ^ * * **t&& <v.^'1    s-J  ,��r*-. -ft,- ISt-J  r5l.  ���iv ,%*���*   s. jr-"*"A  K"nnet  itnprwiK?-'  .'tylc.H  i���  '"foninhj]  M  h '"' "  atitM5""  '"'IpIs.'.   lints  J;- '"��� com;,,,,,,, i���,.,.f,;iM(,  s:e-,  shapes   increase'��� in   pic-firresipiehess   rather   than  ��s the time'drn-ws on for some little hint of spring  fippwir.     The   bonnet, 'shapes' brought   put   for  jh<'  largely  responsible for'the style, but the big  iiudoVmi 1 in stvle bv bonnet shapes or any  .ns  big'nnd   Idgger. than ever,  size speaks  volumes for those  lni,v iKVexpectcl  next  spring.    A .single door is getting  are  witv  n re  1.1'  'r.flu  li!,,-  i!  for,  fltli  1.1,,,,  ^���lll.  'lie ipipstinii  when   it-piime's  to .comfottahle  I'as-  ���  'orward.     I'tisfiiblv'the  millbier  will  have a  lolling  (���n  iiivliHocf nre.    -Some  of  1 lie ��� smaller  models  lo'.u  -,' Embroidered Grey Velvet. Tea Gown  ��� 1. ti,���  .,%-tremiiv  of  the soilir.crots  contains  num^lmTiip'^ -�� ���� ^ ,'rresponds a  verv small  open -tube.  .   11,  j3  through   thps  its exit-    TIip'scj viir.io,us  matter  els.  makes  a  0  tubes  that   tin;  pasty  still soft., unite and form-but  i;   This   thread   if.   there-  tihread.-.. The slcn.ierne'ss  t b v.  >���''<' .vases, J  ���a 'haI,     .  '���   'be  small  ���:-��� 'plush  l;"i-   Wiis  of  I-  si--e :tt   11  "vn   ,,f  W|,;|  -���'"I.      A    big  v>;'�� ,'wnn, 1,  am [is  hades:  lea  eoseys, lmwls���anytlnii.  vv 1  ones recently  h a wi'rai !i o  \ii'str:iliaii npiv  '��� front. A bl:n  , t'M n-'eiiins w a  hut ol' bnniilti  ' a   vnii'iig in-i i'i-  iien vyiis 1  smiili red  11 mi   with  ;  ti  Ib'-ng  '"'    Sill,,    W||||  '���'���'���-   of  V,.|t-,.|  lien vv  Il Id.  e   I'e  etl- w  Robl   gnllnoii.  a I loos  till. iyii  Krmiin..  ,1  wo  Aii  f   mignonette.  roses aretim!  11   aigrelte  'I  ipie wiih the  f beauty mi a  ed c. tjuel I islily a!  linn. It; was I rim  1' her st mining' l''g  inure and trimmed  it lied   a   big  black  single-filament-rt he spider-<  ^\:t:^;;i /K,;^S; \i-i��^*-��� ^  ' ,���! pound  I ..read  if self is, lhe en, , nn o     ^^^.^ ' _f  T"* r0'�� f   "["' SCrv        'Vi     v   mor,   it' tinishes   and  ,l,e.   ,-aw   matcnii;    I   1     'l   ^'    ,���  ,;,,���.ts  ,]10 <'.la.nc.it  thus  i:^..1';; oS." vrfo��  Ini'rl'rmi.   i.s  own   resnurees.' ..   n   bote  '���'      maci'iine. ii"'1 ll <';"':'-1  1  "'   "''"."'"n^rVfepf-irc tr.i.P combs,: some  I'"���r"rt"illV".'.:;,u:,H      .   M   eisMniegand   distant  "''   ' ' " ')���.  im.-pef:it   work, turning  i!   through  its ii'i'th.  ���av  .eh:  nir-ni,  all.  with'it the r:w  t   sjiiiiniug aK<f   :1  material, the.  having  11  ones.     11  aside-i ln-  'l'he -.;  are  nrun".  i-i.fund. '''  .auie  ��-, 11:11  lenaeilv. -.  aecording  id  is- interesting '.<  111 read with one  innciets are not  i.,.,1 i;, buadl-'-s-  ,   coiielli.b'   fvou'  . i,,s  in   these   '���  l.-istiril v.  n  it  is m  w,u  a.I  i li;  ir  |vi:g  It.  ���ay.  is  I  th  er  s-iime  niiil e  s net' tlie  ,!iai'ieter.  its form,  desk. , ���     ,        .  Kellv move! about the ofhee the next  few thus in a kmd of a'trance At in-  teivalsliP brightened artificially rs> fh��t  the unnaturaliipss of the good fellow-  shin he, extended caused comnipnt. But  the most part of tue time he ��at wrap  ,t>ed in a giay absorption. SoiiiPiLmg  see.ned 'to have gone out of him and  something dank taJvPii its place. Yet  latent in him was that fighting Irish  spirit that rebelled infinitely. Tf only  woiill cotile some way. soine big way.  in which he, coubl agnni prove himself,  wns ihe hone that niged in his mind.  \nl in smli moods ha walked amongst  the vounger unen of the staff with his  shotiidPrs icared, and his griz'Ied head  held at a luuighty angle. Though always  through "With his woi k by seven t or  enltt oM'.ck, he beg vn loitering around  lhe office HI niilnighf. lie was tu<Te  Mondav night, pi.ietiet.lh the onlv m.ui  when the ("tv edi'u', ai'er a s.eiiewhf  leiigthv Ulk' ovei   Ihp  telephone, orosp  fdpd to be  y  go!  Tl AVERAGE  NEEDS MORE BLOOD  Nerves  Easily   Irritated.   She   Worries  Over Little ^nmgs .  To tbe wtei'in 111 the home��� the  unman iUjsi Iv toimiie,| to ��� he houst;  either through limiM-ii'd i dutn-s or the  earn of I'hildiei;, 01 bolit���Dr. Williams'  I'nik Fill- iif a I"-I -ve bless.eg. 'I hi,  average vvi man b.i- too little blood, Hei  Items -lie e.is'K nutated: -he vvoriies  over little thugs; bis severe he.1d.11 lies  and backaches an," \< s -k most ol the  time. ,,ith the won in who uses lb  Willi'tms' Tml 1'ilK the condition is  .hlVeipiit. She is slw.iys well and the  cue of her children, or her household  duties, is a real pleasure. This is be  cause Hi. Williams' l'ink Pills enrich  lhe blood supidv and pung bounteous  neaiih .uni stimuli  clia  self with R !it*le"s:gh. <-  "I will rdl." be said.   .  1   "Who. then?" commanded Kellv,  "thueVong." �� v    ^  "Of   th��  On Ykks,   "h,  and  the On  k tong is behind him.'1' j s  'Of   (ouisp.1   Vow   will you  let  me  \\, " With the door locked aal th��  gun ��itill in his possession,'Kellv wp.ll,  ..I over to tlm/other sii^e of ihe r.>.''ti  ITe retui'ed vvitU a. gln-s hill full of  witer. "1 have put a powder v it,"  he evpl.ni'pil to Wong Fa; "it will k. ep  Mill 1 sleep luuc t.ll tomoriow njon1���-  dim!,.  '  The I110I1PT slnipk back ,  "Dii'k f s��\ '" As'i'ii the ''all was  sfirirg him m Fie fice. the ^eekle-s  uiuiiviur v'11 of the .mp 11 befni? hm  l.r.'Hbiig i'i ever'- -itnm  of hm.  Wor g l''i: to, k tht' '-1 is- -t; d pet it to  il  jets  sine  sj.il!  -. ri\  ii.iit  tjJaniejjf-  inne  II.  i'te  ii'ichine.       ilp-^vrote  i"d   wrote-  IK,rhes,t t*. .I ninl trrl   it  -vv.ly    .,()st ^,\eniv  \<o'ded i-'orv  ihe Pun lent  isrtin.     'I hi    ppispn itiou   brokv1-   out   > 11 1, tet  publ'Mteil. the m umgin" ' dit< r nd  In- l.rinv;  his nn  'e   ime glnstly.    "llnntled   'umsplf;   wrote1 till   be   1,-td  !I tus tl.ii  luge  ' sferdtir t .1 of  j ed whi 11 ,t iv  [���pound  th ead  , il" II11 v  I      T'ie  role of rh  , i(.   tlie  jiio 'tu tic11   mi'   I  1  -'<i!f'iil -Di'iner-it  n  1 ,s   l lie   en-de   1,oe i I  11.   in 1 n ,e,r mi's '"c;  ''in lh   tne   ' .,'   01   w   '  I th.ilg 1 , n"-i   lis ii ��� ���    1.  1   s;   nn,! g   ti   I   t  T   1 i* in s   vs I'll    ���  (-1 e e, li'ij 1- i     t-.if tl-  <nn!   fora  s,u n;r'1  ist thf refoie madt  thunderously "at  the mob, and blew   his I nine other spocios of vytei s.jetl.  ���hhistle      Sn-iiling,   thev   shrank   back |     The telle pe wi]l��niidort.iko to report  and sca'tWcd. '     ,     ;fr,>c   ot   ch u-e,   upon  any   samples^ of  .,     if ,,.,  ,   ,,        , ,,1   Tr���j, .   srrain seat to it   thr weed, seed fyiomi  in  sp.to.clf  prot(��.i     hey   pit    Kelly- ��� ^a.aat.on tests.  and ihe  girl 111 a Red  uio-s 'in'bid.iPce . fc t  that  fioved handy, with instructions i" '   the drt/crto deliver,them at a hospital  Kelly- hi-M up the driver, compelling him [ various  to   set   th��n,   dovMi   at   the   Pun   olh e I hut    r.  Thoie he insj.-ueted the society cdiUn to j threwrl  pliike  c'ire ot the pit I foi  the night, >��� | u_j. 0'" (1  th&t none of the inker p.peis v,ovj ! bt  ible ,0 le.-ieli  her. .'id with a di-indker  ih.rf  >  ed  about  his',-;..! sit   lovvn   lo  -wrre   (he   story   h<i  hat   ko a.ee.led   11  rVusii g   her 'to   !<>I1   'not   in   the   ambit  1 ti if.    J'he ippoi'ti^s githered neir hmi  g.ilieg 'it his in ike-up, be did 11 vf  ���-,.  nor  the  eify  er-t.-r   ivur.  c imp  out   op  1 .situ, illy   to t.: n ck - ii'py  with bright  ins ���Hid" a smile^s he t ir^> H  from  fin  ���tm  Ci.  i;  11<  i- a.  11 111 tec  ��� w  tohl  ton   wrong.  'It      is     1.(1'  he  111  confessed  -. t   I'hi p  >r* he  r  ' ''    uit.'ie 1    Ki liv     in  '' On   o'  v t.,i 1   I' -p. e  eh',    So   mm   In d   to   11  ,11,, |v nig ro  nie  now  (In    trigger   nf   the  ink  ��� i. irr  nn  I�� ������  1   ,  ol.e.  j.invvn tlm list word -md th  .tml lemtiv ������ g the 1" in II e .  1 h.-id tbpy s;tvv how bnliy b  1 . 1! Tt-g lining < i> ���sc'upsnt  |s trch up his l'tst i ngi of  , ii>s inK d-ned siat.   h iml .  litor,   tbe   rtst   of   the   sTitV   group. i|  ib.  Hete is proof. Mr1  ,t  huge  lln\ e  we-i1 iv  Vou.'  "Ha  bre-irh.  e'ruits,  hips \ou  111 gt r   1, '  t. "sed   M-ibP       '11, .rouglily  tr.ghti m .1, I  Wong Vti hold "V b-"1 b-in Is .  "It  is  I. e sn,  f,, ,1 Stm  <������   tht   "-I ���  Vnp'    1   s.i 1 ir    ' In   di t' ire.!. ,  "Yeiv     well ''     pronminced     Kelt'  "Punk   <!>.   it  " j tbe   gi"d 's  His ,.\es fsed i, ri  the  rev ol   er, Mr.ng',,(>\t   n-on  Fti   drank      Fin   minutes   liter  ho  lu.l | Kellv  link  into .1 In iv t   sleep,     Kellv   c.irrip.l j and no m iii, peibaps. ever had stuh  ficiilt'    in   rcs'Ciiii'j  fo-p      Tod-iv   Kelly  el;|      'f be  1  ttentii ,  li;  r I101.1 Im   are   ��� hi.    ��� unit,.  ��� w,n K.niii.i-ii'iiht' toth. a  a  ss.   (i    V ns    tn l tnilt    Oik's ii     is  . op,    ipil    1.   tht    ins. , !    n   iu  r to the em    thie.nl    .v ifi     d��  hiough  i's h   li  nf      ]le di 1 so vv  'h (1 is lem tik- j      'lhe-    n.i"i'-  " v.n   Jr  i( mill   111 iy    die,   sii,   but   ! .|lh'    k<'n    w 11  eev.r grows obi.    He is y.n >g ami cip    I'Uildh u    -'������'   of!  ibli>  ,t!v ',-- a'v. iv s." ' ���)  Tl.em he finite I   ignu.   .Ten thnim  il.illti-s wus the .untuiii' of the che< k tl'.it| >��    'be-e    varum.  i.i tter-i ,1  - I e- c im 't  l.i     t , li   d  c ! ,rV,  11   .,1  ' I*   .ir.ip   .  . -m- - s it  i\ tng 1 t.11 In  e r. tv 1 tt.u  ���r t -tv ..st  f    ill"    sindi 1  '     ' iv 1,1^   11  , rs -1   1 'g   1  ��� 'test   i.g   tt,  - e 1 n ���   g   11  is  tie  u  one 1  -the   th-  0    1  tl)  I   bu  oto  ot  with  him ii to -in  id oiiiii g room and put In n  ,011   a   b.'i       H''   t'-en   went    downst urs  ���.      .      ,   <-.���,,���   sj,uir    s-,-s- "Viand  teiep'riotieii  fcr   1  messenger,  whom  F...���iv bhepherd   Gir   ,     S.tsk���; ^- ,,p  M.rl(  ���,,,,.   ,lnfl S���.?i  ;l   , hlI10s,  -l( ,or  am the  mother  ot   .1  ll^   f' ���   M     hp   hiPPimd   .0 know      Out   of  was worn   out,  wc.ik   ami   liiif.ioie.     1  kept   going  to   my   dot toi   about   every  going  six weeks," and he would ,gjve_me. something "to' .iccp ine going a  little longer;"     But   it   was 'like -winding-u"   ������  clock,. T soon,  got, run 'down   again,  although  life seemed  hardly  ing, T  did  not;   vvi.sb ,to  die- because  leaving mv little' chil.lrcii.'1'   I  ind  orth liv-  r.f,  continued  like this for some years, but, at last, sum-j  ilioned up enough energy to strike out a j  new departure and got a supply o'f'Dr. |  Williams' Pink'Pills. T barely hoped j  thev would help me. -nit to my surprise,'  before I hail -been/taking t hem ��� long. I  began to ,eel like a .lill'erent -woman. ,  I s'lill, coiiliinieil falling the PilJ  some time and they made me ns. well  and strong as any woman need, wish to  I.e. On<-e"ninrc l' would enjoy life Ih'or-  inigldy. and have done so ever since., f  never need a doctor new, and everything si-eins-bright, n'nd-cheerful. 1 sliall  nlwiiy-s reuiniiiiend l)r. Williams * Fink  Fills'to anyone 'who in my opinion needs  a  'ai !,' , f' :i"v  I;iml. "  Sell   by   till   mediei.iie   dealers   or   by  e.a'l -it. ii'd (ooits a bo'v or- si >:  j 1 he hiivpinul to know Out of .1 lob  'Hon Snjg bid become a barber aud w is  j in hard luck. According" to instructions,  'he arrived with, a. Chinese-costume, wig.  j-iirid complete make-up: ,aIsc-: arpair of  'dinners' to cut the reporter's b-iir.-  In half an hour Kelly was'converted into  ���the'living p'u'turpof a  Chinese.  fit her   presented   bun  lie      On   the   strength   of   ,t  resigi ed   his position  on  tho  Sun,  "     "        "   thf  from   nTiy thing  be  ovvis  hia own  sheet  di'iMh  '��� htv  ing a  t( ���  t.  I'    is  unity,  v iry   v  is more .  l"|S<  ,!i-'  ��� th  '    1.  Ss  I grim p 'd )t  trr.u,.;ed it'  sip s Jt ,'  .. e 'I s that  " p .piilit 10*  ���I M it it>  in! fltfxi  eim   accord  /:v(n  " che'ip  t idIp hi pi.  in ���! town 01  tiftv thousand  inhabit'ints i nnnle  to  look  -is glosdv   ts   line  ml    -  woith at  lc.isl  a  hundred  thou J if  nnned   in  the  f,.iliwmg  s.ttul doll irs.  w IV  riiv bt.  .1 irisal"  \fsar  HOW THE SPIDERS SPIN  1I1K   silk   thread . is   formed  only  Ithe  linen   his bei 11   w isne,1, boiled,  and  r used, v.iiug it   is  dr\   a-  o. ssdj'e, roU  I it. up 111 a dry sheet, n.'id leave it. tor a.n  I hour.-   -'Ihe.n   iron, til!   it   is  tiioroughlj  I /Pi  4 wain to.surprise my friends,"  it  The  Roil .Liver  Pill���A   torpid  liver  means'   a   disordered   system,'.mental ���de'--  prcssion,  iassiimle   ninl   in   the   end,   if  care   lie,  not   i a ken.' a, chronic; state   nf i  de'bil'tv!'     The   very   'best 'me'ilieinp    to j  fori arouse'.-the' liver   to ' hei.lt by   aelioa   i.s I  Farniflee'  euntnon nd  starees of  pills   nave  on  As  air  the  ir, thrnp  situated  f��� the al'il nncn. 'The  esltremiiv of the spinnerets contains  nunieroinV small apertures, and to each  of these'corresponds a very small open  tube.'  It    is  -through -t!rp��e   tubes   that    the  nastv    matter'   makes    its    exit:.     These  '   its exit from the insect'a body.  '    soon  as  tho.paste-reaches  Ilk  dries   and    becomes   solid.,'and  'spider  -expels   if.   through   tw<  jiairs   of  .spinnerets   f.liat    --  a(   the  lower part  ���g.-tabl  ,'��� 'nun  ���' 'n! so-'l,  ir' (Tin-' 1  Fills.  i?'J.."ill.   i'r.i.t,  Co., Brockv  Tlie  Dr. W  llu, Out.  Uianis  li'ives  for  Medicine  not  able  -ripe  tn   th  or -p:  'Thev   are  vegetable'   sob-  on -and 1:0 nt iier  lilies.)    They  do  in   and   thev  (arc agree-  t   sensitive  slonnnh.  .  Dot  tin  ippa  be I'  n  nr'  it 3S.0W.��� Disorders nf the .1  itir.s   should  be  deall   wi:  ���e    compliea! ions    ar'se  ililliculi     ''���    cop"    ivi'b.  piedy   to  1 his end   a ���'-,���!    ���  tbe reach  of all. is Fnraie  e- Fills,   the' best ��� laxative  I lie- market.- Do   not   ,'i  :il  wo!  fi  Uiu tU.'tjet  coi'ls,   t.,.nl3  110 cviits.  is-wi'lhi  Vegeu.l.le-.l  seila' i ve   oil  but.   t ry 't'liem   n.ow.     ' ine  '  viiicp    anyone    that    they  stomach Tiigulator that lai:  tb,  li-  ilrv.    Tu  'this  w.iv  ihe liuc.i  escapes the  vvi'ur. am  keeps a I  tear of banging on a line .ind  offer shape.        '-..���.''.���  'Ti. sii:'  el it. Oil tt.  ly  in mi  t nvning.  a cupful  purpose.  -'���������11  ?s:iri   that  is   ."iars!i. am!   Id-  1:-.., ,Jry :ii!,! scaly, bathe nijrht-  k   that'is just  on  the  point  of  Let  it  i!rv- ou  the face.    Half  will lie itm'nly sntlicieht  for the,  Soft    rain-water   to   wash   in  w:!'.  m  -  : spurt   time,  improve  the'poor-  est    cum  ��� lexnui.   ji Kith    the.   hair    will  grow  b;'  Ji'ev  in'tints- if exposed  ooca--  s'ovaaliy  -1 the wi'iii  aud the ruin.   .  .Many  nh.'.rit  weak  lungs, and as .las-.  ea-e   nsi  i|]',ass.-i::.s ��� the   weakest,  point.  the-'e   pi  -sous   are   e.'mfi.nii-.ilK-   ei-posei}  !o   ai.'ae  s   oi, i-'ol-T aud   piilmnutiry   ,1m-  1 ���H'hn.iic.i  ���\ Illi-i'O!  '.'    The  spo-ilv  Use  of   I'.-eMc's  -���un.,stive-Svrup   vVill 'be   f.-mntJ  a  i."--ei  en'ir.g   tl  ivc arid a  prince! io,,. s' ��� ,--..gi h-.  ,,1-,-tiis, so   that   t In v  -'! - ���   not  .-0  In hi,  ���  , - ,!,-::,>,,, .nieiit, f:-..".  on oire  ,,7 ubrup  . atmospliprip changes. .Hicklo'n  s v r 11:. i s  cheap and  good.  -t  \^i  ���1 tl  73  f KVeU'it JJMiKi'#ll-i.llrtg^t��� i   r"  "�����' ,OTE- LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH CQETJMBM.    ^  -r  itm���'���^����.jwi>u-itiiii  TEE MO HE LEADER  - Published in tbe interest of the people  of Moyie and EastXoot?nay.  F. J. SiLYTiL-J'-JHMSHE!:.  , r  n.vTi:  rr svr.scr.iiTiON  Otic Tear". .    .  .    $2.00  dilions it would amount to uo  more than' 2 1-2 per cent for  3rears to come.���Northjvest  Mining" News.  Beastly Impertinent'  FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1911  An Eastern visitor, . being,  asked on, his return home  what were-the greatest sights'  he-saw in the West, promptly  replied, ''town sites."���Province.  , ~o  .  IV *  The, farmers of'Old paiiada  ,are preparing ,to_niake .ijia'plc  :. sugar.'  \The factories-in JNIon-  ' treal' Winnipeg and   Vancou-  ver never cease rrom their   la-  - ��� ���  'bors.���Fcrnie Free Press.   .,  There aro some .very impertinent people in Vancouver. Some  chap in that city by'the name of  Bradstroet had the nerve to write  us the other clay, askinj? how  much, we were worth, etc.���Greenwood Ledge.  METAL    MARKET.  ,   ii   '  vf   .  .'���< '.k  i J. ! ���  |i' V ifcf   i 4. '  1*58 SiS eV l  ��� V<  r" -I  When''   the    Los   Angeles  .ii . ,    . ,  Times plant-  was   blown'-, up  Jast  fall' ilie  paper   appeared  - the next morning as usual, 'it  ^"'having been   printed, on- aii-  ' auxiliary rilaiit which General  '"Otis had'  for  'just'   such   an  emergency.., > Iu HB.* C.r we  'have  a  newspaper   publisher  " who can also' afford  this lux-  -    o ... '    J    '  ' ���ivry.     ," Col.   I/Owery    of   the  -" Greenwood Ledge is the,hian.  New York���liar silver, 53 ets.  Lead $4.50. tl '  ' LoxBOif���Lead, ���13,'2s. Gel!    ',  . ���<    , $  3 f you have trouble iri' getting  rid of,your cold,, you may know  that you are not treating it prop-  erljv, '5 There ia no reason why i\  cold should hang ou for'weeks'  audit will not if yon take1'Cham-'  berlaiu's , Cough. Remedy.-' For  sale by all dealers".   '' '','���  Do you-know that of nil the  'minor ailments colds are by far  the most,dangerous?l lb is not  the cold.itself that 3-ou need ,to  fear, but the ^serious diseases  that ib often Iqads to.-. Most, of  these are known as gerni'disbases.  Pneumonia and consumption are  among them,. "Why not take  Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy,  and cure your cold while you can?  For sale by all dealers. ,      J .  18  PRSKCERUPER'J  P  B-  1  -Vfir  j&VJZEf  /vTYT  ^EDmrnon  J-^ PRIfiCE ALBERT"  PH1TOM  ���    ,,       iS-JrihiiljiJ). i  wikkTpes  The,Star,��� 'says that' during  the   year \ or   twov that ' Bill  0 Miner lived1 at 'Princeton, 'he  ' enjoyed "the respectable cogno-  ,*mcn*of "Mr. Edwards.''/"chad  ��� entre  ' to . highest*   society,  ���played bridge, sluff and poker,  ^danced > , gracefully,   - dressed  neatly, spent  freel3',  bore  an  "air of distingue,  also   a  brace  "of Colts   lianchippcr's   in   his  'inside   pocket.   ('    Bill   never  o" killed, a man in his   loug  car-  *eer'of deviltry, but he fspared  -"man3r a one.    'He had   a   big  chance to be good and couldn't.  Pity.      ___  ' Knowing ones seem  of   the  opinion that'there  will.be   a  'Uomiriioii election some  time  during the  early  .summer  of  '-this year.     At Ottawa the op-  n  position has been  demanding  that the government  dissolve  ''parliament   and   go     to    the  ''country on the reciprocity   is-  'sue.    The   Conservatives  in-  'sist that no two or .110 thirteen  "men have a right  to sow   up  -   eight'million people by a   bargain concerning Avhose  terms  'they have not been  consulted.  That    they'believe   they  arc  right and that the   people  are  'behind them is evident.  Tenders Mill be received by the undersigned up.to the'22nd 'day of April) 1911,"  sit 5 P. M.  for   tlie   purcliase.   of  Block.  27, Subdivision of-Lot  No.n 541,   Group  one, New Westminister District,'situated  in the,City of Vancouver, and being 'the  site of the,old Provincial Court   House  Each tender must be enclosed in a. registered letter and nrust be  addressed   to  the  undersigned,   tirjd   plainly  marked  /���Tender for old Vancouver.Court House  Site, "v and must be accompanied ,by   an  accepted cheque' for'ten per cent' of   the,  first paymcut'of .tlie 'purchase   money.  Payment' for the r property   will   be   accepted in instalments of  one-quarter'"of  the purchase money.    Tlie first, of such  'instalments   to , be  paid   within * thirty  days after the acceptance of the  tender,  and the other'three annually  thereafter,  with interest at the rate0' of 6  ptr   cent  per annum.    In Lhe event of the   person  whose tender is accepted failing to complete the first   instalment  within thirty  day s of  the  notice of   such acceptance  the sale to  him  will ,be   cancelled   and  his ten per cent deposit forfeited.      The  cheques of unsuccessful   tenderers   will  be returned.    The highest  or  any   tender   will   not necesaalily   be  accepted.  No commissions   of   any  kind  will   be  allowed.    ���' 1.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C.  '  ' March 7th, 1911.  There are' hundreds or more today than two' weefe;:ag<  ' '/     - The progress of Kauiloops is known throughout Uhe West'and  the increase-value'of invest-;'    ,   *  "���incuts in the town are fully appreciated.    The.building.of two1 rail ways; immense' sums are  to  be   ex-     '' <-^  , peiided by the Dominion, and Provincial gbvenhhcuts^thesC^ty,r railway  companies  and jprivate  iudj- *___���   ''  (- viduals will reach the enormous sums of-oyer $2,000,000. ���' This means' rapid .growth (to  the* town, .; ',<-  1 and rapid growth'in values.,,' The time to make 11101103' is to buy beforenhat growth and values  come.,''       ���  ,  Taking,everythiug-iuto consideration there is no better.buy in Kamlodps' than ���Belckniah's,!-addition/ ". %. \ "  ,. To prove our faith we'are 011I3' selling 'every 'other lot for the reason that we' are   convinced (that- our   /     .    *  reserve lots will be worth from half to twice as much' a-year from now, than they   arc?   at   the   present   ;��� 1  ,./   "       *.    ',. \        ���'    <,, , ��-'<<,'/_.. ., i      , -,,     >f   -    ,_ .- r$, iU  time.    There,is rib- such'- a, thing as luck iu buying real estate, and ordinary judgement will- sho,w -'any,. -   ���   ���  man that he,must necessarily make money- in buying property   m ' Beckman's , addition  at  this,-time.   ��    '-<  V  *' Only, 12 blqcks from the highest" priced property in town.  ; -;Agents\for;East^Kootenay',r; : ���*, -/���=;.,  '  .'*. F. B. 'SIZffJPSpN,i     %  General Agent,  -"-. ���   j.-r   CRANBROOK,;B. G  ���"Eox���279,-'Kamloops,'/B.^C.\   :X:;:^\ *V * ��� "'  ���4  '  * .1  Land Act  CRAN13ROOK LAND DISTRICT.  D rSTKIOT OF'EAST KOOTENAY  TAKE NOTICE that on the 24th  d.iy of Apiil next the Consolidated  Mining- & Smelling Company of Canada,  Limited, will apply to the Gold Commissioner of the Tort Steele 'Mining Division to 111,11k out under authority of  Section 109 of the Mineral Act, a parcel  nt ground discri'.jcd as commencing at a  post at the S. W. comer of lot 4419,  thence West 10 chains; thence South to  Lot 4416; thence Northeily along the  Wet Uonnil.iiii.-s of lots 4116, 4415 and  1U-I9, l<i 1 >t 4119; thence West to point of  rmiiiiii-iiLcniuiil, coiiuining tiboul twenty  acres as a spj( _ loi lhe deposits of leaving and deads from the St. Hugone  C.ioup of Mincrnl Cbiitns, held by the  ���.aid Comp.ins under j;i.int., from the  Crown  Ditid, Moyie, B.C., 18tli March.  1911  I'l'Iili    CONSOLIIUTlil)    MIXING   &  LIMITKO,  Ky  C.  II. McDowell], Aj,enl.  Land Act  CJ.AN13R.OOK. LAND DISTRICT,  OIsrUIlvTOli' c'.AST kooti:nay  Unless zinc and lead are  to  be .considered   in    coiiucctiriu  'with the proposed recit>rf*city |smi-,lti.\(, company of cwada,  agreement between Canada  and the ' United States, the  rpeople of British Columbia  tamiot be expected 10 look  'with much favor uu the treaty.  Ouite hatural.lv such-- ,a ; nica-1  ' r^    '��� -   '���'-, ;   '   .'���..-��� .'-    . .  '   sure/iniist be reciprocal   to .be  Acceptable ; .to both parties.  The1' Associated ' Boards of  Trade ���'of'' Eastern.i  British  -   Columbia poi'nf out in a   reso-  '���.���,������       '   -  )ution'that the total  z:n.c   ton-  ; hage'bi"Canada, for ���'the year  1908' ,\vasj[" less "LhaiV three-  quarters of l.pe'r cent of the-  total produced iii the United  ���States'for the year, .'.nd that  under the must favorable  eon-  ________aa^���u~ts~rt���ama  :-uEl4.JXJura3BJnagn  Black Horse Mill Starts, *���     ,W., ~Fs GIXRD,  The Black Horse Mining company aC Mullen, Idaho, celebrated  Sc. Patrick's day 'by, starting up  its new mill. The Black Horse  mill'has 150 tons'1 daily capacity.  It will handle about 125 tons until the stoping ground is -well  opened up. Everything is running, smoothly and'"the ore U  proving to be not only ideal for  concentration, so far as "the lead  is coucorned, but unique in regard  to the 'separation between lead  and zinc. ,  When you have rheumatism iu  your foot or instep, apply Chamberlain's Liniment and you will  get quick relief. It; .co9t^, but a  quarter.' Way suffei? For sale  by all dealers.  oyie Hotel  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  This hotel is new and well finished.  Tbe tables are supplied with the  best the market aflords. The bar  is filled with the hefat brands of  liquors and cigars.  Headquarters for  Commercial and Mining Men  MoviR      ,B. C  ��r -       i I   -    '        i  BAKRISTJUlt. (SOLICITOR, ETC.  CRA.NBEOOK.  JB. C  7 Mi O.'O/F.*  iVlldey Lodes No.' 4 1.-  \ Meets ^Tuesday eveniDgsTin, the  Miners'U.nion   hall.  ,  Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited. -  E. L. JIcjtt, F. J. SjiyTtil ,,  Noble ^G rand.  Scor'y.  St. Kukciid J.odgu >'<>. 1ST  K. of P.;  Mceta��evtry Thursdny  evening in McGregor  ball at 8 r'clock. Vis-  ting brethren welcome  Iff G. Macdonat.d,     ' C. A. Footis,  Chancellor Com.        K   R. ,&.    S  TAKIC NOTICE that Clarence H.  Mcpougall, occupation .Mining -Engineer, acting n-A agent, for the Consolidated Mining, & Smelling Co., of  Cainuja, Ltii., intends'to apply for permission to purchase the following de-  scribed land:--      . ..,'..'.  ���Commencing at a post'���planted at the  s. W. conier of lot 4419, tli.nice' West,  10 chains, thence South to lot 4416,  thence North along the West Imundries  if lots 4416, 4415 and 4049 tu lot 44.19,  hence West-to point of ouiinciicctiieiil,'  .md containing 20 acres, moru or less.  . - Signed,-  CONSOLIOATliD .MIXING &. SMKLT-  fXG CO.  T'.y C. II. Mi'DOl-'CAIJ,, (Agent.)  ! Oati-dthia liitli. il:y of l'ebiuar'y, 1911.''  JIKSAULNIKK    mt(l8,    I'npM.  Lurjc tjutnple room in connection  with house for coiiimercinl men. Best  of accommodation.  Headquarters  for   Commercial and MimngMen.  QunK.vs avh MOYfW  ��������  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  ,     Worker. '���,"������"���  Office.,over Mr.. Short's  Wall       Paper      Store  Armstrong Ave.,       -Cranbrook  O. F. DE3A.ULX1EK.  DKALUR    IN  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q,ueeos'A-re.     'MOYIE  -1 (2.TOTOe��ce How!  We ^��a^(lt evoryoiido toitw  Tl]abwe are paying ���*��� A  %jfa  pcraTHium credited mthlf ' I  on savings deposits ($1-  ���5 upirarS) subject toWitli-  i3rd'iM'brchesj)Ue& *  f^- 5^ Inters  ,  onMe Deposits of- f|  ���^ bip mcAo <k over. -  (0 ��c ntvest raoticf fordicnls  Q iti Krst movtgagesS ha.  0 general [uiaiicial.lius.ricss.  ��T) wc tt'aril'fiar saving accnt  ^> & xtyon are not saving *  ^ gYstemaTicallY'i. ~ ~ ~ ~  6oiumcnccN0WW..iU5.  Deposits "by mail ^^Ti  -*- * * easily liar.()le<) ��� yf  ,    "Yoocan send brDraft, ||  ||   Posf0(f.ce - e^preos @  fy   OrfccrorRe&istered*^ @  0   better & w/UWrawals ^)  tcau be maoT^- ���* * * ^  &>��� ^/?are Responsible, :&���  Referto^-'* '������*��� r^'.'ll  or To auyonc m -�����  % WnTeu5aWitto%  D:b it now ! MII  BovkpRASEfi^ Gov Ltd.  Si'lklrlc    l.otlRC,   Wo.  5G  ��     A. I'.   &   A.   ill.  Hegnla meeting s  on tlie first "Wednesday of each  month c  Visiting brethren welcome, '  P. A.. Ayres,  W. M.  Amos Potter, Seerotnry  Moyie   Miners'   Union  -No. 71   W. F.of M.    .  Meets in Miners' Union Hall ev_  ery Saturday evening. Sojourn,  ing members are cordially invited  to attend.  Joe   McLaren James Roberts  President. Socretury  DR. F. E. MIELS  Dentist,  Cranbrook, ��J,  C.  George H Tliompson,  liAUUI-sTUrt,       SOLICITOIt  NOTAltV PCIHLIC, it-C.  CRANBKOOIv:.       Bimisii Cor.uMniA  m^mmm��  W. S-. BEATTY  Embiilnier and Undorliikor,  Phone 9. '���'.'. ' :  CllANBROOK  Harvey,    McOarter   &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Oranbrook.   -   -    B. C.  T. T. .���.!fiVittic,O.K.,l' L.S.    II.   V. I'nrkcr, I!   K  McVITTIE &��� PARKER  Pkovincial Lanii Survuvinc  iiaii.-ivay & jm1nino knclnkijim.no  Estimates Furnished.  OFFTCEH  Fort Sfceelo P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook V. 0. Box 11.  1    I   '    -��� '       1      ' . ">'   ���' '   - - "l"   '        * ,      '  '��� ���' ; TheWoitiitM 'Cure';  s r ' .. .,        -    i .>  Dr. Ehrlich's Specific: or "666" is the pnly specific  ������ever discovered to cure blood poison - quickly aiid successfully-. We have secured tbis remarkable specific  "606," 'which has been fully tested and proved to lie a  TOSITIVB cure for the terrifying- 'specific blood da-  ease. "606M is now in jisc in our laboratory. Remember, "606" has cured thousands - of men in liiirope;  ^ most of them were cured after first treatment. We are  experienced medical doctors and know how to diagnose  your case, using Von Diiiigern's Hlood Test.  '     ' ' *��� *  Write for inforinatioiu    \  Special treatment for all other diseases of1 men:  Nervous Weakness,  Varicose Veins,  Hydrocele, Blood  and Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Kidney, Bladder and  Rectal Disorders, etc., and Contracted Ailments.'  c i      '  1      Best'Anatomical Museum In tlie, Northwest.  , Dr.  Keiley's   Museum,  210 Howard Sfc  i  'SPOKANE, Wabh  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN    ".  WHKX IN  CRANBROOK  k. ir. sjiAi.r., tiiiiniicor.  Good rooms, good tftblce nnd  hnr  and first chits sample looms.  "'iVe  Aro Agents   for  T11EP1TNKR LIGHTING CO.;  of Cliic-ago, and hnve a  coin|)lete    sLofk   of  Gasoline   Chandeliers,  Arc    Lamps,  Mantles, etc.  Tho  cheapest  ar/d best  light on  tho market.  J. H. RING-ROSE  .   Sole Hgents'fbr Suutberu IJ. C. ���  P.O. Box, 155. , NELSON  If you want anythin.cr in  line of clothing or men's ft)  nishings, try  C.A.  F00TE  THE TAILOR  '.. We carry in stock tlie gaq  to make an up-to-date sj  made in town, or wc can |  you a special ordered s|  made to' your measure. ' vi  have 'rcady-to-Avear Canipbc  clothing, the .best made arj  fittincr'clothing in Canadr ���  Chamberlain's Cougii Remedy  Ca'cs Colds, Croup aud Wliuopinjr Cou};h.  erd  Cliolcr."1  0  ntict i  (."  lift  VO  /��� jK-itli  * servi  <.  % onto  I'rW  Xr  A  "'J    /  f��"=^l  lx      I     I '  I toV  '-VI  I j'��. i  ii'Hca  A     -V >fr 1  li'i"* i *    >  \4/s un  ��| \\  m - 3.(-i"  jjfi ^i>.  ],��>"   vjjl  I ^^ J- %H{ I  ^   J  i  Never fails-   ljiiyitijow.   It uutf;  'V:fe? ':��;&

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