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The Moyie Leader Mar 31, 1911

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 '., C '^       - ��  Ipecific  I'I me-  l-pcciCt  i *�� lie a  o<l di's-  iuropt;  I We are  fia|;iiose  j      i  ' '   '  Prop,!  fl f nisi  (1 withl  . TirJ  brandl  ' ifil  fer  j *r  to*  rai  |er|  JhY  ;e  (inytliiij  l-orynej  !O0  Iailor)  stockj  jtip-to-d  or w��|  ord-l  iiieasi-l  [���ear Cf  best i'i  in cl  Ottr'     Y   ' _  ���   WATCH REPAlWMfl J  /.v -*~_   -^x  I '        '' ��� '��� r'    * V/\       ,  \ u,      --**:-_   " !<  "s/Ov.      _Y"  n-    //    -*'  c  / ' ���     f Y J  ^VWVVVWV*VVV''*/VVVV vwvv*  If you want to ice ami read with   /  comfort get a ptir of , <f <  ���   WILSON'S GLASSES V  N. H. Wilson, jeweler, optician.  ���C^R^AJLB   R   0   0   KI  ���j. irr NO. &2-  YOU DEAL DIRECT  I " ���   norterand manufacturer when you, bike advan-  |ube opportuixiti^ which Birks,' Vancouver nftil .order  KSto.in I905>whh Ry���Bro��y f Tor-  f^re is uo firm which',offers such ceruiu -values or  iT^cvice Write to "Birks,'\ Vancouver, for; their  C&oguc aud order goods at" manufacturers prices.  ImrY Birks & Sons, Limited,  L mail order hou^ ''���.;'..' Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dlr.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  *        (  '       - ' .     . .^___________m  The Ic0 Cream Season  "MOYIE, B.C., FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911.  H2A YEAR  for  y;m"soon'operi.y Keep your eyes'open for the  fflub.^i��d. forHAZLEWOOrV  the best cream in the market.  -r.~  kSTAIsLl'slTBIJ   IH��T  ,V  : INSURANCE  and MINING  '  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.      :  V'Y     '     '-*' CRANBROOK, B:C  [Office -' V ,'.r   ,������'���.-'. ���__.'''      '     -  M6%1E   BEERy  ��������i>��������>��������������*������i��i��*��������g  I        GENERAL, FLO AT    ,   |  j! K. Johnson has" resigned as  magistrate for Creston.  The Canada Medical Associa-  tion will" meet in Montreal in  June..  , It is expected the Arrow lakes  will be open for navigation .next  week. ,  . *        x, n  "i)r. Brett has sold hia hotel at  Itanir.but still 'retains -his hospi-  tal,     , . �� i -  ' i i ,  Throe young ' male Japs" have  joined the' MethodiBt church in  Enderby.       , '  The new C. P. II-. wharf at Pen-  tictonwill be 500 feet long, aud  40 feet wide.    -       '   '   t ,     '; ,  ,It will cost over a million dollars to take the census of Canada  this year.        ''",.,  P.'Burns'& Company, have 70  branch markets in the principal  cities and'towns, in Alberta and  British Columbia. - ,'"  ' r     '        '    '  ' ���       ~~~~ J'-.rO  ,' ^tVork has been started on the  Hansen block in Cranbrook. It  will be. three stories in height.  When completed the Royal Bank,  B'eale'ifc Elwell, G. H.' Thompson,  W. F. Gurd and Dr. Miles will  have offices, in it.  Miners will Strike  I        LOCAL ASSAYS |  Mrs. Sam Potter is over from  Phoenix on a visit.' "  ���'  Crowe Bros, will start' their  final closing out sale tomorrow.  Mrs. C. F. Bothamley has purchased the D.'A. Ay res  residence  ,.������"    i*     Dvl.****"'      ' , I ' *  MMflEs BREPNG^O.  According to the latest advices  every coal mine in the Crow's  Nest pa��s and in western Alberta  will be tied up .tomorrow. It is  the intention of the men to go  out .tonight, the date of the expiration of-their' present agree-_  ment. The strike may last only [on Moyie avenue,  a week and it' may' last six  months. If it should last for any  considerable time the affect of it  will be  far  reaching, ���   At Trail  the supply of coke will la-,t only a  month or six weeks.    Should the  smelter   be   forced    to   close,   it  would only be a' matter of a short  time until the mines of the Consolidated Company would be "compelled to do'the same' thing.     A.t  the' St.   Eugene ,mine   there   is  enough coal on hand to last two  or three months,   as   most. of the  machinery is now "being   run, by  water from'che two  long  flumes.  Some of this coal will be, taken up  to the���Sullivan if necessary.     But  the trouble will lie at the smelter,  for when-  it   shuts   down   every  mine.shipping ore to it will  soon  be compelled to" fallin line.  be-  '>, '<   v> *���>' -   - -'  ���/MCygCBf  ~Ek. O,  John Hays Hammond, the km-  ericau ambassador to Ureaf Britain for the "purpose of the, ccr-  onation.'has rented, a house, in  London for a few weeks. He has  paid.'sixty-thqusand' dollars rental for tt for the short period. ,'  ���   --);****��� ���**^*lF    ��*y*_.    *x__     a-      i _   i*1*. i   * ir.   i ���{��� t ^.i i       __.     -~    m   __      *_*��       ��� i        w   > *.  .-     U-6ff��Wt,V��r AHrsclm' Pto-0.-Alf;11��r- -���-  ;ioth ;Upholstered: Furniture  25 per cent  Lent will b* givcu off every piece for the next month  ���    Here Ia Your Chance.  [ranbrook cooperative stores, itd.  Cranbrook  Is-Your Naiaie  There is a movement on foot,  headed by His Excellency, .the  Governor-General of Canada, with  the object of enabling all the  ������Georges'* of the empire to present  a coronation gift to the king.  Subscriptions from 5 cents up to  $5 will be accepted. If your  Christian* name is Geqrge, you  are invited ,to donate. Lists in  Moyie are in the hands of Constable Browning and F."J-  Smyth.  Ege Loses Digit  i  i.  i. -  ' i  i  ��� i  Imperial Bank of Canada.  r ,     .    . .... -$10,000,000.00   - - '    ,  Capital Authored-  Y.$3,912,000.00  Capital Subscribed . 5 J00(ooo.'o0  Capital Paid Up--        "_       ���..r> 7OO.090.00  Savings Bank Department.  Y   YlssnoaitB from  date  of deposit.  Interest allowed on deposits tio , Manager.  MOYIE BRJjJSSL^ H. w. ....  Fred Ege met with a piece of  hard luck last Friday. While  running a small timber hoist the  little finger of his right hand became entangled in the machinery  and was severed completely from  the hand. Dr. Leee came up from  Cranbrook and dressed the injured hand. Just one year ago  this mouth Mr. Ege had his right  arm broken while working as a  timbermaninthe mine.  Minuter Take*  Departure  Lodge has Big Niglit  * Last Tuesday' evening   was   a  busy one for Wildey   Lodge , No.  44.   Some 25 members  from' Key  City'Lodge, Cranbrook, came  up  on a special, train to pay the local  lodge a-fraternal yisitand confer  a degree. "'" After the degree work  was over'there"was   au   adjournment'' to .the   "Hotel   Kootenay  where an   excellent   supper ���was  served to the.60. members  of the]  order.    Then all-returned' to, the  half and. par^tirriipated in the social  session;-'1' Several '-houra 7-.were  spent inshorfc talks,   songs,   veci-  tutio'ns, etc.   One of the most important features on the  program'  was the presenting of a veteran's  jewel to David Porter, a  member  of Imperial ���lodge   No.   134,   Spokane.-    Mr.   Porter   has   been   a  member of the'order for 38  yeat-p,  and has been a   member   of   the  Spokanelodge for'15   years.      He  is a regular attendant of Wildey  Lodge.       The    presentation   was  made by   H.   J.   Lowes,   district  deputy for this jurisdiction,  in a  few well chosen words.     The  social session'was brought to a close  with the singing   of   Auld   Lang  <5yne   and   three    cheers   and   a  tiger.   This exchange of visits by  the  !Moyie   and   Cranbrook   Odd  Fellows' lodges-has become a regular annual event and  the  big  attendance     on *   every     occasion  for   the    popularity   of  vouches  i  them.  K. of P. Ball  There was a very good attendance at the fifth annual dance  given- by Sfc. Eugene Lodge  Knights    of   Pythias    in   Moyie  Mrs. Wm. Fleming left yesterday for Kimberley to join her  husband.  The.'ice on the'' lower Moyie  lake is showing signs of  breaking  See C A.-Fodte, the, tailor, about  that new, suit you intend   getting  this spring'.,     '���        ,   .        " "    ' ��� I  Gordon   Elfenston'e   and .Dave!  Clarke left this week for Scotland  on arvisit;. ,       '",.   .  ] Mrs. P. Watson is spending a  few days in Cranbrook under the  doctor's care. ,'     ,  Felix Desaulnier will leave the  first of next week for his farm  near Pincher Creek. a ,' ' '  ' The planers at the Porto ��� Rico  sawmill will be started about the  8th of April.   ." '   ,   , ���  "Billy" Whitehead has quit* at  the Sullivan and* has gone over to  the Silver'ton camp to work. (  "* Mike Campbell 'is' down from  the Siillivan, and will soon leave  for his"ranch in Montana. '"  - The portion' of the St. Eugene  flume which was burned last summer will be rebuilt this spring.'   ,  R. T. Brymner, manager of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce at  Cranbrook, was in town ..yesterday- . . '  I 'J. S. MacEachern was down to  I Blairmore the first of the/week'  looking,   after    his - investments  'theve-rYY--"T5-J--.";,. -'*-*- ?-'"*������--_ ,  >: Alfred Braginton was  in  town  this morning from his farm.   ,This  is his .first trip to town since  last  November. ,    ,_',.!,  J. W. McKee, in charge of the  Moyie-branch of the Imperial  Bank, was in Nelson the first of  the week.  E. W. Morgan gave an interesting, illustrated lecture in the  Methodist church Wednesday on  West China,  Harry Saite and wife came  down from the Sullivan mine  Tuesday and have again taken up  their home in Moyie.  J. W. MacKenzie,~ who is ' in  charge of the diamond drill outfit here .for the O. L. Knight company, was down to Spokane for- a  day or two this week'.  The annual, meeting of the  Moyie Telephone <& Electric Light  Company has again been postponed to next Monday, April 3rd,  at 1:30 o'clock  FINAL   CLEANUP   SALE.   .  .Tomorrow, April 1st!, our big going out of business sale  gins. ;  We will place on sale our entire   t-tock   of .groceries-, c,  gents'furnishings, etc., at Rrice's that   will'   surely  surprise <  you.    Every article in our store must be disponed of by May ^  10th., and you w;ill certainly profit by laying in a big uupply <  of groceries now.    This is not necessarily a cash sale and  to C  our customers we offer the same   terms ' that   have   always <  prevailed. , >',  -' - i      P *  . Get the Habit.;     Go to  CROWE BROS  PRINQ  SEE  of all styles and leathers for  man,.woman and rchild.   ,  "wind b w  D.I  "JyW/'FI1  Was a Chilly Funeral  ' The    late ,,Patrick    Kelly   was'  buried     on    Saturday   afternoou  last.    The obsequies   of  the  man  who took his life in   the  city  jail  on   Wednesday   night   were, .unusual in many   respects.      There  was no clergyman" present to con- -  duct a funeral service"or   to  com- ,  mit'the body to the earth.    There  were   no' mourners.      The    pall-  ,YUltu    ......   .-    --��� bearers were   prisoners   from   the  change in regulations   was .made L.j_   'They  rode ,in  a  sleigh ' be-  ..'*i.�����,.Mnk.Msiniinf the  legis-1 kiini the hearse in' the custody  of  the jailer.���Fernie Free Press.  Timber-Regalatlo'ns  Instructions have been issued'  from the office of the provincial  timber inspector at Vancouver  to the effect that ��� in future the  government timber royalty on  railway ties will be 50 cents for  32. This is a trifle, higher than  the old rate of one cent per tie  which   was   in    force   until    the  at the recent session of  lature.        -       . ^ _'   >    t*  '' The royalty.on,  hewn-ti6s' and  sawn tieT8JwUl be.paid by'-the, mill,  companies and  the  scale  will   be  the Spard^muasure  of the  log.  Timber on'mineral claims, cannot be sold but must be used for  the development of the ��� mineral  claim on which, it grows. This  applies both before and after the  crowh!"grant has been issued for  the claim.  Debate on Socialism  * _  There promises to be stirring  times in the Miners' Union hall  this evening when the merits of  socialism will be discussed pro  and con. The subject for debate  is* "Resolved that socialism is a  curse to. the country." Arthur  Barber will lead the affirmative  and James Roberts the negative. .  y Y "Speaks Hindu Fluently  Rev. Alex-Dunn,-the first -Presbyterian minister in Mpyie", * is  now liViug in Vancouvei* and is  taking charge of the Hindu1 missionary work for, the "entire province.  He speaks Hindu fluently.  liie Simple  Led  Life  John W.'   Sicklesmith,   Greensboro, Pa-, has three children,   and           , uke m0st children they frequently  The Misses   Bent  of Cranbrook | ^^ cold.    ������ We have   tried   sev-   :.T mnnt*   W��^no��fIn.v  even- , ��_;���J  Wednesday evening.  9:30 until   almost   3  From about  o'clock   the  were in Moyie Wednesday evening to attend the Knights of Pythias ball, and were the guests of  Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Monkhouse.   -  FOR SALE���Singer sewing machine and sideboard.    Sewing ma  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under new  management and is first class  in every respect  M. J.   BONNEB,  PnOPMBTOll  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Ham*  and  For sale by  grocers and  lmperator Bacon  all   first  class  Victoria Street.  AlOYIE  BUY   YOjUIt  it  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  FROM  A. B, Stewart  p BURNS & CO  MOYIE.  SEND YOUR   WOlUv    j  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRYy  NELSON  AU White Labor.  Leave work w^he Yoca! agen*  A.B.. STEW ART  Rev. G. A.   Hackney   and wife  left Mouday for Trail,  where Mr  Hackney   will become  pastor  of 9.80 until   alm08fc   3   ociock   tne,���- -- --g.deboard $5,��� App]y  the Presbyterian church.    Betore  ��� ,,     ��      morning   dancing   was���e'"' .  feavinghowas  presented  with ��ij0"��7",g ^ supper   served   at  to Mrs. Wm. Heming.  Srse contoiniug $70 by his man>   J'P^P^''J^  by  __.  j.      Jack McTavish and Mrs. MdTav-  ?riend?"^^al- terSfc^wTSni^-i^be   de-  ish were up from  Craubrook   last  $::?olZ r^ -11   in   keeping-Tuesday.    Mr    McT av sh   ��   now  vantuu      ,       ,      ^or|  fr>  ,^,..13110*1 .._.._    -= ��� running the Wentworth   hotel  in  Cranbrook and is doing a Bplendid  business.  FOR RKNT���The Desaulnier  ranch, three milles from Moyie.  Two room house, stable and barn,  and four other buildings. Apply  to Desaulnier Bros., Moyie, B. C.  Victor Odium, an old time  journalist in the province and at  one time editor of the Nelson  Daily News, was in town the first  of the week and was the guest ot  Rev. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. Odium  and Mr. Miller attended the same  college in the east some years ago.  eral kinds of cough medicine,     he  says "but have never found  any  vet that did them a*, much   good  as Chamberlain's" Cough Remedy.  For sale by all dealers.  In Ireland a man has just died  whowas 10S years. He did not  fight in the battle of Waterloo,  and it is fair to as=sume that ho  never lingered long at a Dunny-  brook fair.���Greenwood Ledge.  The most common cause of insomnia is disorders of the stomach.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets correct those disorders  and enable you to sleep* For  sale by all dealers.  For - Rent/���Two room house,  furnished, $3 a mouth. Apply to  Mrs. R  K. Wallace.  Miss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  of Rcsthwell Hospital, Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of any  kind. Maternity a specialty.  Moyie.  Sixty Years the Standard  vaucouvt-i, uu *�����   place, and he  is  expected to  ai  Sve about the mlddte_of_April.  Court of Revision  with the excellent reputation of  the house. At the dauce Clias.  Livesley officiated as floor manager and music   was   supplied   by    Miss   Mabel   Lutner,   and   F.   J.  *~~- ���,*��� nf the vo-1 Smyth. The lodge will have a  Js^o C^root S^Ptantial cash balance, which  Httrict wm be held on Monday. will be senfc as a donation to the  district wi    _.T w    _^tron_Atnhe^los.s gftnitorium at Tran  quillt.     ______������ -i���  discrici. wi.. *.-  --  May Otb, by Mr. J. *���  registrar of voters.  Fi B. HAWTHORNE  ���NELSON. B. C���  Agent for  The Hudson's Bay Co.  Royal Seal, K.  & H-and  Kootenay Standard cigars.  i iu Moyie about 10 bst,  To Take Census  Chas. A. MacKay and J. P. Far-  rell will have Uie job of taking  the census in this locality when  the work starts on June 1st. Mr.  Farrell's work will be confined to  the town of Moyie. and .Mr. Mac-  Kay's territory will extend from  the head of the upper Moyie lake  Lid on at   Phoenix  1  C. Kempston, former  provincial constable at Moyie,  has   been  A Cream of Tartar Powder  Made from Grapes  t7y:.. NO ALU  J  ' ��--1,-  '   ', ' H$_lf> v  c %-i\m~K  ^iV'iM   V  ��  ? 'Si  \) K:-  yv-  <  :-:���'���  ���    x:  ���i ������-.    *:  if:'-'!    i  Jti^^i TUP:  MOYIE  LEADER  - ?  ��� y'  BLOOD, PURE, RICH, RED  I*..*-*, plow in the fice, sparkling eyes,  -ciy.ii urns bpirita are all the outcouio of  goo.' Mood No surer way exist*, of  purify wg and enriching tho blood than  to ii*o l>r. Ilaniilton 'n Pills. Iiv tiu-ir  8Ct'..j; on the bowds, kidneys ami liwr  they filter eveiv impurity fiom the  system, leaving it wholesome and able  to <lo lh-- w *rk i.ecoss.ry for the maiu-  ti".,ii 11* of .Ii.'ilt h.  To ti�� well, irok -.veil, r.ud feel alwrivs  al ;. our IidpI. uue I'r. Hamilton's P'lls  of .M in ih a !k<* i.i'.l Butternut, a truly  wor.ik r,''il medicine for young and'old.  Price  _.K', at all  dealers.  "That Reminds Me-  ����  J)i\\'\, wh.it  is a. cynic?" asked little  Tummy.  "A cyme," replied papa, "is  a m.'ir. who risks his wifn-if ifieceiptod  bill ��oc s wMh tht. present she gives hint  on  his,  bnthday."  HOW NAPOLSON WAS SPANKED  Y.'ni'ii in ejilc nt Klba, Napoleon told  u ht'i'\ of bev bis rnotner spaukod him.  Oi.o day,' il app.Mib. his mother's  mother na* 1 obblir.g along the strcc'.  in Ai'tc.f), when Naisoleon ami his busier 1'rii.lirc follows..) the old lady,and  mimii kr-d licr. Their grandmother turned     ivl  caught them ir. the, act.  t-l.i* compliinod to Madame Letitia  Bonap.-ii te., .Pauline was at once* spanked .i,.il it reported of. Napoleon, who wab,  on! 'ii lit? regimentals, could not be  ilsuidlcd. since tb" uniform was ns  SFi-il'd rn ih" flair Hut hi*, mother hid  ed li.-r lirue.  "ho next day, when her sou was oil  hit- guard, hbe railed out: "Napoleon I  N-ipol ,f)i.'n (,'iik-k' You are invited to  dine uiMi  the gov ornoi I ','  V. heu'iipcn tlie future emperor ran to  his loom to i b-iuge his clothes, If'*-  mother M'uetly followed," and when,8bc  judged that tho propyl ti'ne had co.iie  ru*ked \ to thc room, seized her un  dressed liera? before he'(guessed her purpose, lai I him .icross her kn&e, and* be  InliMM il ,h',ih eiii-nestly with the fiat of  her han.l,  , ">  DT  ID you 'tell the photographer th'it  you didn't want your photo taken  to-day 1''  "Yes."   ntiswoii'd    tbe   eminent    but  uuco'iK-lv   per*iiiiagi*.  "Did "lie take  offencefM  "No;  ho said  he di.in't blame me.."  ��     *     *  A LITTLE   trirl   went   into   h   local  chemist V and  asked  to  be serv-  ' with  fivp  centb"  worth  of  pMin.  "What   in   it   for?"   asked   the   pu/.  7led  shopman,  ."It'll   to   clear,   giease   off   father't  coat."  "Oh,  it  is  ammonia'.vou  want?"  "Yea,  that's  it���'ai rriunium.  I  knew  it  was, something  to   play   on."  ii likc'that.  rhij '-loiiey  fin 1 lit-i.''  va ,1 Fred  heart,   but  inify to take, bin tlicit*��� 1'i  And   r.ow    tlnil    I'.e   mad-.-  1 've come ro you to he)p me  " \1\    der.r* t.M    fellow," .  kindly,   "don't   take   it   to  she's "  ".She's married?" <  "It's not r!.,it But that ih a photo  of young Tun Masim. He's a ineiuuci  of our amateur dramatic* club; aud  when that was tak'-n he wa,s filling a  I*-1!' "V taking a  *>nJ T*> part."  I in lhat position until they came to a  hummock of ice. when thev would get  up, peer over to see if the -".seals"  '.������ere nlainicd, and  vviigglc  on  again.  'the  sailors  said   ilia!   they  eoul 1   al- J  wajs  see   the   blaek   no~e   of   'Aic   bear  when  it {jot   near,  but  vowed  that  the  iii-nal |iut  his paw <>\er his muzzle to  hide it.  i  n'KR sufi'erjii.tr n rot.ring tootlia.  <���"�����    for    louitceii  'days,   Tommy    *'  the  of  li'tililinu  if  I set  ���M  W.ir,! Tn iuv*. f iti,-V(is  coDscriatory):   "Papa,  < 111 b    [lip,    .void 1  grow up"fiot!i it?"  Papa:   "Of  eouisc,  my  bo;,-,  slid  oi  anges would giow up on it."  "Willie:, ' That's (very wonderful,  isn't .it, papa, 'cause this la a lemon  pi]),'* i  thesi  1     .'��� f  p     .     ,   -.    L  GOOD    graciousl "    exclaimed ,   the  - long-'sulTering    patient,-'   "you've  pulled   the    wroi..'g  'luuili   tit7 me  second  time! "��� ' ���    ,'  "Ne\or   mind,   sir,',,'    returned     the  dentist  encouragingly,   "I'm   bound   to  bny,',,'.satd  a  poller  sergeant to   ���pt   the   rjKllt    one ' next   time;    there  ,i   pat i ol man,   ��'you   used   to  say   were  oni..   tlm>e   [u ,y(jut  ',���6���th   when  I   '\;is hciy,"    Tin*))  lhe wijji'iiul    *  j.tartfid  "  Iii*.   ruin.     "Cue   look   at   tnebi-  DO you act toward your wife as 'you  did before you murrjed her?'5  "Exactly; I iciueiulicr just how  I" used to act *.vhen I first fell,in love  with her.' I used to hang over tin  fence in front of herihouse nnd gaze  at her shadow on, the curtain, afraid to  go in And I act .uis-l the same wa>  now when I get  home late!"  HULLO, Rinks!" said  Wobbles';"''!  hear you've been   in  the chicken  business.'"      .       '        fL  "Yes."   ans-wered   Bj'nks  $h>>rtly.  ,   "M-uie  anything  out'  of  it?"  asked  Wobbles.     f '"  "Yes,"  said'Binkfl.    "Ten thousand  dollars "  '���"Ten   thousand  dollars  In  the  chick,  e:i  bit*.doss?'' ;  '   .  ".Nope;   out   of   it,"   sa'd   Binks.  n;i* l.�� z>  ben*    liis   ami.  Stripe*,   my   boy.     I   didn't   tret  'hy   l..|ifiii��r on  the'corners, eh-}"  '   " N'o.   s,irge,"   answered, tlie   patrol'  'r��i|i   uitlPa   sour  smile,  ' * I (.ltnew ,you  d'd'i '���   s;i t  UiTfi  in  that way, or you'd  be a zebra  by now "  ache  on  sen ted   to  visit- the  dentist  "Bin   lie'li   kill   me,'i   nss-erti d  nervous   -. uuugster,    on    the    verge  teaVs.    "I  know  he'U  kill  me!"  fiut. it was ,U case of eiiOOf-iig between two evils, and Tommy,, went to  the dentin's-  He went with hib nurse, nnd when  he returned, li" greeted lu,s mother  beamingly. " "  ;'' Not  dead f''  bauter< ii   mamnui.  "No." ans-wered Td-n-nj--,' " 'pos jiist  before   ike  dentist,   killed   me  th'o   toof  earne out! ''*  ...  rllK QueVit of Kourrnnia who rcle-  brrifeil her birthday recently, bus  ju*t linil ere of mtr y..ii:igf><it mill  ieians playing before her���Max Darevv-  ski. MTjiv !�� nut v't_-ry .i)d ynt, but he  has already 'had a career that .many  loss^-gifted cliildrorif might  envy.  Some( time 'igo a friend ottered thi-  voiing pianist a peppermint dron, wliwli  he jirornptly acreptcd ard put'imo hi,*  ���nouth. Unforturi/itely, this poppermint  was partioulaiJr hot anil strrtng, Aftei  Max had sue'cid -it if for loine - li.ne.  with 'watering eye*, he' took il, out of  Ins moutfi and laid it ou the window1,  ledge. ' '  Why   are   you'  putting   >'t  his friend demjinded.  - '"To" let  it cool,"  was the reply.  HOW A LEAK WAS STOPPED  'Jlie   most   sink in,?   method   ever   devised   to  *,:op  a   \e;*i'i'.*   le.il,   v\.t��  lh.it  Hiinh ��ugiuat��'il in ��� rlie* fertile luairi of  a   .Norwegian   master   of  a   bark   tiding  lhe   .Noiwegian  |],ig.  . This v e.ssei, ihe flora, bouuc for Cape  Town, expeiienii'd su.'ii terrific ireatlier  in the U.iy of Hisl.ia that shn ��as obliged to li.- ro for ,si\- "d.ijs.    la the biuret-  injr   that  the  barli   reu'ived  i>he  sjiraug  a  te.ik aud  begun  to take  in   witter  .it  jllie   rate   of   oi.\   im lies   an   hour.     AU  hands weie kept tit the pumps day and  'light without intermission.    As the gale  .iliafed,  ihe   bark  drove   before  it  into  cal'ner seas.  Tlie eaprain found that the leak was  getting worM-.'so lie set hit* brains lo  woik, lie cophlrueteii a great water-  protif canvas bag, si.MCi n, feet long, six  Teer, in eircumfeieim-. and two feet in  diameter. This, he kept disleniled bv  menus of hoops A wi"dow of glass wa"b  let ii.jri'the >ide. fivp feet frow the bottom. The captain s-fer-ned into tin's bag,  ii'i.l by means of t-iekle was drawn under the water so that he could see the  leak. The other < nd of (he bag being  upeftj find above w'lter, he hud plenty of  air 'snd I'otild vo.iitimiiicate with* bis  men. Two ,isl','ev rw hnd been ma'do in  the bag, au,\ wt.r(, l]P,i tigheiy about his  wrists, ,so that lie cni'ld.wor'k freely.  In this *>voj, observing tiie leak  llirough the inserted window, the cap  lain worked ste".l"'lv while tho ship  was lifjv-c to. 'Th.' "vessel rolled in a  heavy **i),<'ll. ami -om.'ti'iies tIn- master  found hi'ttself frf.-n .even to ten fee'  below the sit-rfai i>. At one tine !!>���'  cJi.-ifii'g of liis0f(>..p Mtri.-nst ihe vessel'>  siile wore n hide in (lie bnj,r and i li  wnIcr.ri'ferrtl uml vn. cn-.l In   .,     lim  (,.'  there I" ' ,V',C! .'���ri,'v"6"'" "' J-1"' 'fie. rln> ),i\'J.\\  j repaired,  the  work '"..iili'iut'd,  an.I   ll.  ��� leak stopped.      ,  Brockville Cure Reported  '������I eoul i.u'le.l ,i si'veie i-ul.i while lol  lowing iiij  i.r.Mij.;.!inn of furiiiturt' tr;iv-  elln.g. and *��� \��- ii I >i.i i l_v   it  d.-v t'lijjied  in.'o  tal.iiih.     'lhe  .li'siilliiiy  mode  .if  lite   I  wis    Inllowii.g     g.ive    me     very     little  liiance in atleiid  to the I atnrrb conJi  tu.ii   am!  in   i.ist   I   bei.imi' :i   vietim  to  t'liroiiic   ( ,'itii'rili. I   bought   a   large  package of t'at.u;Ito/o,iie, used it .is pel  duct I ions, and   li-.v.. never  b.-eri   butlici  ed   sinie.     I   will   tic  only   too   glad   t"  [give  .my   infoi iti.it inn   I   |fO.*si'i*s   to  ,iuv  I pel sou   snfli'iiiig   liiini   the   disease   tlu!  | wa*  the Imiio wl   my   lite  l\n   lir.. vi'ji*.  Yuuia  snurere'y,  A.   II.  Isv.-.nl/:,   Uiock  Villi'." *,)  Cit.'irrhoT-.oiie   will   cure   any   e,ise   of  Ciitnirli,  Asihuia   orp.Hioiiiliilih   Hefuse  a s|il,.titute.    S.ild in  sires by all dealers.  ^oi, jDc and $1.00  l . a-,  -  i*1 !**?*"���  i!" i  JV ^t '"t  i  $&'���'  ,. >  hi   <  . ��� -  ! v  .'ft   -  ,   ,  - i  ���   ,  : f.  i   '  ,          .1  _  j,,   <  .  * .    , ,  j." i),  ,  .  u.  : i*r  K,  i'    i  "t '���*. ~!  !l  \*\  EUZSTIONS NO JOKTE  n.i  'lliiee  Cui I)  ���tiu,   .4..  H.llil   -    I  Cllll's,    s\,liLS.  nai..li'.s*h.  be.   ���  *  o g't r:d of them, loo. Two oi  il'i .i*'loiid of I'utiiam's I'.iiuless  r.i'ior softens tho thickest  li*  j,'ii.o\fs   it   pan.ksfh.    'Put  linlfis's Coin I>>,trtictor remove*  .ind cflllouhDb qini'klj ra:nl  Sola   by   diiiggists,    jirive  �� ','   i u  ier'S'sA  Th.at  I:--  Ob.fi   U4MS,  KOMI DYDUeku  tt.lura.jri W.eo i����9 dr  ten ��f s. dii*k-iilt suuissw  taiclirc- Hei .. wtosw  yov> Dsia  MAKING MIST PEOM  WHISKY  !OM   time   to   time   dwellers  along  FrRO'  '      tl  'Mrs.   Brown   tel  come  over   arid  seel  T must go there at  THE   DOCTOR  phoned   me  to  lier husband,  orjee!" "   " , ,'  'liis Wife: "What is the mattir will,  hir?"       ' ,'  Doctor:    ,(1    don U   know;   hut    M"is,,  Brown   has   a   booty   enlitled   'Wh,it   tn  Do   Before   the   Du.'tor   Comes."   -..nd   1  mxttt got there before she does it'."  ��.   *    .  T^ETETiE   have   been   complaints   from  ...    certain   cli'rgyi-neii   of   poor  collections  lately,  .mil   one  is  reininrled  of the pompous rreiitl-maii who rein.irk  ed, avs he  le't the church:  '"Well, you may *-,iy what you like  about young ministers being inexpen-  eucod, but T h'.iie uoth.lig hut pr.ci*i  for our young ��� pasior���nothing ,_ hut  praise."  "So  T observed." remarked the min  who passed mound the collection  nl.itc  pin in of the,kill'-ng of thc fi��l. aii 1  other iii'urious elTectK pi{odiH'el by/ei-  fliienr-3 from the - distilleries along its  banks. The question how thc Sp,ey and  other rivers similarly s:tuated may be  orotecto'l fiom such polluripn has b'ac-n  discussed. ,  One interest.jurr suggestion is r that  the. deleterious products of tlie dimil  leiies m uht be disposed of by being.  Iik>vvp liiph in the'i'r in the form o  mist.'If is nsscite'd that the atmosphere  vvnttld not be ii]-iurio��j-lv aTe^'tcl if.  this way and that theie would be no  neie'C'ptible ,'r.crease in its moistnrn if  the i'i!*t v^eip tilo'wn tn a sufTicienl  height. At a heicht of- tvvo hundre-'  feet, . it is calculated, about' eight g.il  Inn* o*" the ob'ectionalile liniiid might  be sr)rn\M into the air every sninute  without beiig not-refl by tl'e inhabit  ants of the Mirrotird'r*; counltv.    ' ,  The Horseman  wager   for   2,000,. gui'rieas   between, Sir  Jouiiisou i-ihalto and Mr. M evil till. One  limidied   miles   a   day   for   tweuty-niii.*  coiisecuti.-e  iljyr,���2,ll0ti  in'lall���had  ro  be cuvt'ied.    'J he  ridur was Mr.  Wood  cock,  groom   to  Kir  Jenujsoii.     Hy   the  1'oi.ditioi.s  of  the  wagor  a   ire,ih   horso  was to be provided eveiy  dajj but onlv  tliuteen   in   all    were   ridden.     On   the  fifteenth  day  t-Jie   horse  in'use  became  urea  at  the'bixtietti   mile and   a   fresh  one had lo be pi'i'uir,ed     iu spite of" llii*  Woodcock   covered   the   additional    JOU  imlcs  on  his  new   mount,  aud  duly  liu-'  i*hcd   the   stipulated   distance,, on   the  tw-cnty-i tilth day���.June 1.    As a matlcr  of fact ho l tally  rode 2,900 miler-., owing to the {vxlia ground covered on ,tho  day his fust horse broke doftn.  Very long distance ridcB arc not pop-  uliii in the United ib'tntes, though about  ih.-ee jears ago an "American 'cavalry  ollicerrrode from Silvorton, Ore., to New  York, ,a distance of about 3,000 mih's.  It'is'.arnong the lOflicers of Continental  arrnies that long distance,ridoe are most  popular, but it is unfortuiiato that many  of the liders euro more for records than,  for their horses, '' ,'       /.'  Parrs, Vienna, Home and Bucharest  have seen the strut,aud fintf-k of many  nf   those   famous   rideh. , 'Perhaps'  the  soiiielifiiesi si.\. luiur. wavy tailm, are uot  aware' ihat thev nre iior itn own���that  is, in lhe case of the imported Japmiobfi  lisli  'I li<-   .lapanese   achieve   th"   feat   of  gmlliiijLT. fii-ii tails ii|  rite following manner:     When the voimfr goldfish uro tak  ill   for   |lie   purpose    then    llesh   is   extremely   eii'.'ii.  almost   triinsprireiit,     in-  Jeiil, it is pn**ibte M>iui'lbnc'�� lo see al  | m.isf   everv   bone   m   llieir  tiny  budies,  i M   tills   tini"   th*   few*   that   are   born  Iwith    l',vu   r.i    more    ti.ils   ill.;    put    by  I llicmsi Ives  and ilieri a .Inpaiii'su evpeil,  vvtlh a gieai  niagiiifyiiig glass adjusted  |befi'ie   Ir*  ..ve*.  iiinl   slunp   little   funis  liaudv,   leiicti'is  down   iwnler   the   water  aii.I cut* ti''   ll.e  1 ills of tin* plain  little  f,*h.    Tip       t !oi" of these :ni; gralted  Canal Worker's hmm  Home tiriKi ago I c-ain. ;     ,  an i  exp. -  work   on   the  canal  ment  weather an.!  the worst  kind ol   neei ,; ,  would  till  my lorci-eail    "  n 't see;  it  ivas just  .,WI,  druggist   ui   tow,u   uud   ,.  use u 5(Jc. bottle of N'.--,,   ,'  I  thv-best advice nnd  tl),,', ,  ever   got. ,     I   wiu   a.A     '  Nervlliuo  for any  ael... , - ,,  so  strong and  pciietr'nY     "  to cure, ' ���"  (.oignM)     A. h  Doctors will td) ion n,,.!'!,','  the jiureet  and  rnoHt   h,. ��� , ,  ' "��� k-l  ' ' i'K[  h'l!ld  '    'ue 1  Mild  I ii,ai  i loj  W l(,i  ��� -1  ''it  njii.ii.  th.     i*l.   *. )��� i le-l   a*-   lhe  ile*iied ,  position   near trie  b'lekbin e, und faMerir !:L,'tY |BY _bef (l. '"    Nl''  e.l   there  w.th   tiiiv   liamlngcs  till  thev  ^(J,VbM        �� l0nK"m"  dl -. p ���  ifirrtXhC baby a.' H(.jj  ,��� ,.,  'Ihe'.l'ipaiifse,  wh.,  aie  wm skilful 3*���� ^"i"\1���* 'V('^:1"-  ia  cpi.er    cil,  ol   tin* kind,  br.^cl  thd ' Y''''   ���P  '', *"       ^Y,''/'   "!"  finest   goldf-M.   in'tlie   U���rM.     This   in    *����*��� of Un inainfv.t,  i:..  dustry   i.s  a 'most   liicmtive   one,   since  vefv   fin"   lisli   of   tluc   dehcriplien   frequently   bring c\<-ee.linglv high   price.!  it   is   of   reecud   thnt   nil'   Jlr.ClMt   col    ?uh  li-etttuu  the mcl'il  lector on .  , ,  _,. , ,.-_  v*i h>*n the hnmn i>i(ie,��  ture i�� impaited 'to -a ,'.', .,.;  tlio crime motal, the -m-^ '  from thn frof-h niclii' ine- ir,  It is'��a;d that thf'H*) ph-,,,,.  hibly occur in th.-- su u. ���.  from Unit fact the (nr-i,i  fiT,red that the mutter v���j, ,.'  thtf  heiiliiig  is   rut,  ptnit.  .         4..,    a alight odor   thu- jv  '   recoid   thnt   aif'   Jli.ftlisii   col" ' ?Ub  twt. ,h|"'   thv met  cc paid us much as five hundred   't^odoriferoiiH  po>vc r*  pounds fpr two iipi*i'in i.b,  THE ODOB���OF METALS  fii'rriia.ti scicutJSts have been turning  fheir attejiiion to lh<? quosiioii of the  origin  of  metallic  udnrti.  rtl.o��>-  of  us  whose   every day/ obser;  viitiou has shown that each'mefal giv.i'i_et��i  ifu.-lf.'   They   r,,,.-,,  out  a  eharaciertst.e   odor   will   he   Hiir. I would   be   difficult   to   v-  prrstd  to  Icl'iir that   eminent  Hcieatists 11},��� ,vap6r(siatir,;i   nf   (;,Y  have coiitended that im>la!lic bodirs aro  oventuallv cense in t|  renlly .iiiodoioliH.    In   view of the  fact   longed    heatiniT j  that,-the    metal    loses    notliiug   of   itB   shown trni't u lay  weight,  the theory  ban 'been   advanced  llrut   lhe .odor  '.,s   V I  ���i '.c |  "'*  Ifi  'J'/f I  I to I  II i  1 .ri  ' i-.lt |  '������'��  tf :  r- ir-!  hi  '"���8  'nn J  Year bv  girl  ��jo<( lo, suopl.  On-tf ma^. tttmrf  Bo��k.Ut IS  TV. JOHNSON.  ���JQIAJlDSOiV  CO . linktm*.  ', Co.  just tkisuk ��r rr��  W.th DY-O-LA rm a>�� c��Jar rithar WnL  J Cotton _.-_ or Mbtwl C����ls Pexticth' sriU:  j lb- SAME Dye. Hs. efa-uacc ��f urn, tlie  (WRONG Dyr for tte Go*d- yon __���> to color.  **"     -���- - -  ��� iiiir I.    i     I.��11 /  Dr. Ma�� tel's Female Pil'?  YOUNG- man who was not particularly   entertaining    wns   monopo-  l'sing- 'the   at lent ion   of  a   pretty  with   a   lot   of   uninteresting   eon-  v ci sat ion.  "Now, my brother." hc remarked in  the course of a dissertation on Int farn  11 v. "is just the opposite of me in  every respect. Do you know mv1 brother?"  "Nd,"   replied   the   debutante     de  muiely; "but I should like to "  VV  FIAT    are   those   splendid    Filver  THE   MINE1WS   OT   THE   SB A  "IVH^TtLY   all   the   minerals  aTe 'con-  JJN    tained  jn' ihe   sea   in   a  state  of  ,    ,     solution,     In    the    beginning   lhe  eaTth was incandoscent; tliun gracluallv,  a3,it e-jOoled, it acquired  a  solid cover  iit��7  cir chip*, wli'fli  for a long' time re  maii/Hl   at   a   h;gh   te.rnperatnre. < 'The  different   eleven's  of  which   the  chein  ical ucombii"itini's   arc   forrnrfd   were' at  lhat   t;rne   floaiing   above   the   earth's  coveiirg  in   the  form  of  vapor.    When  Mm*    temperature    lowered    Biifilprently,  fhe*e     elerienl.s    gradu-ill^'     combined;  then, when the temperature, bcame ��till  lorwer,   wetei   fell   ripping   in   hot   torrents over  flic- terrestrial Tust, dissolv-  t ing   eveiything   that   it   could   dissolve  and accumulating in the depressions to  form  the first ocean.-     This is wbv tbe  wafer of  thc ocean  is salt and  why it  derives its saltncss not only  from con:  mnn   salt,   but   from   many   other   substances.  Common Bait gi^es the sea throe-  fourths nf iti fahruty,' The other marine sub*tn*ires aic chloride of magnesium, bi sul-ihatr of magnesia, sulphate  of lime, chlorate of po'l.ssium, .bromi It  year the- half'.wile trucks are  gaining ,jn   impnir inc.;   "It   need   hiis.I  iy  be  ,snid  rbnti t1ii\v v-istiy otitiiumb")  the   mile'-'trnekh,   ve;   the  ou'tsi fAr   w|ie  oily b.okcd nt the mir'',ue won! I think  that   tlie (.-'.tire spc.it  Ind  for  its  |.tu k  boi.e'diil^ 'the gi.-iiiil.,iiiil >'reat wesrcn.  crrcjiit*,  ivhera*   tl.i'i-e   rue   -i   th'..(1*-in !  Iml'   mile   tracks   whim   g.vo   nicerm'ti  every  _vear an,d  n'.icli  rc.lly  keep   ���?.  spor_*    alive,'for   the   i'i,i,|f.rity   of   o...'  leading  Iralnora  and   lmr*os  took   tli<.ii  prelimi'iaiy   k-ssrorii   on   them.  Tlie .half   mile   truck   records-,   the're  "ore, must be kent in mind a,nd reeko  EIGHTEEN YE RS THE STANDARD  Prcs, i.iid anJ locoznmendccl foi women's Ail-  ei(-i ii. s"!t.iiliaca]ly   prepared   remedy   of  pro. on \iorij, Tho result lrom their use la  fiuck aecl pein.auenl. For sale til all, drug  ���toreb *  "Thoa  awarded  eller. .  "Well,  stranger,  the .jeweller's  nboj  !,   sir.   aie    race    cups,   to    be  as   prizes,"  replied   the  jew-  if  that 's the cise  tak i g  the- larjri  suppose  you  said th��  -t in one of  iace   me   for  his   hands  tins  one."  He  started  niY  with  thd  ,-jcweller  af  ter   him,   a   bad  second     The  stranger  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  LWER PILLS never  "ml.    Purely ve^cl-  ��!.!=���acl   surely  bul }!fnl'y OB  the liver.  Slop iihei  clinoer  divlres.1-  curr indi-*  E��l!on��� imf^ove (lx complexion ��� brighten  Oir e>e^.    SaJl Pill, Small Dose, Smsll Price  Genuine oostu-*.- Signature  wbn  the  cup  A  of magnesia", mf*tapho��phate of Inie, b.  cups  there?"  inquired  the  man   carbonate  of bine���in  short,  nearly ev-  ,,.._..     , eijthing u*ed in rngdern pharmacy, not  coiriting'the *-i'lts  of  the  rare  metals:  rubidium, caesittin   silver, and gold. The  total   *alinit\   of tho  =fa   is  fhirtv four  grammes   to  a  little  over   a  quirt.    In  <,trier words, if a h'tle over a quart of  water   dinwn   directlv    fror"   ih"   ocean  is e\nporated, 1 liore will be a residue of  thirty four gran-iKs of a mixture of al!  lhe  d Tercet  *nlls of the sea combine 1.  nnd   thrcf-'oiiilhs of  thai   mixture  will  be   common   sa'e.     Thr   enormous ,mass  of   s.,](S  'held    in    --..iluiifin    in    the   s��.v  would    cover   "vfil.ono.OOi    sfjuare    kilo  inrtie* fo a  depth  nf sixty  metre*-, ind  of  tint qn.intilv   forty s<*ven   metres of  the  liver  v\ oul I  be  comrton  salt.    The  total  volume of I lie  Hiiropean cont'r"n-rl  .-iliri'." the  level of  the sea  is oelv one  third as grrat as the 1 lock  of salt p-o  dueel  bv  the  "v apc.r.'t'on  of the c-crrn  would   I.e.   could   it   be   laid   out   ah   a  solid.      ,  gav.o her li  cent pieces���  the  otlier  foi  tlio  ���one'  tho  son  for  Suh-  MOTIIKR  two    fivq  spc nrtir.g,  day  school   collection  On his wa.\ to ch.irrh t'ne 'id wis  r iiele"!y handling the coi'.s when one  fell through a cellir grr��ting. 'Ihe boy  pee re I into the pit, onlv to reali7e !.'��  I..** Loo' ing thfiiglitfully i'lto h *  Irind rind then at the cellar, he remarked:  "Well, thf-re goes the Surdav school  el, kef"  Send   for   free  sample to D*pt.  E.I  National Drug & Chemical Oo., Torontc  0��� ,J  -**" the name  __.-- to remember  ���"when you need a remady  COUCH��_Md_COCDS  'jHIir  'elerdioie   bell, rang   in   the   eon-  I.      sulj'iig room of a doctor who was  nn  ri t' ii* ,-ist K'  c\ cl.sr.  Ii.   Lis   'ib��.enc,-   Ins   :is*is-{nnt   -in*vvcr  ."1  it    'I'd  said the d'   lor vv is 0',t  " \\ i'i von tfll li'tn,'* 11" v" *i i.-k  ed "'that Mrs Thompson has :' gvia  I h in i (cmi'ig on. ai... vvints to know  if he r-in do :u M li:'i'- ''..'- it'1'  ' T w II I e1' I. in Me *iio i cul !i" g.*i*  t.-iel " the a*sts(.'!i ' v.swered "Mean  vvlrlc put a b-cad puul.icc on it. aid  rein w  ivcv   tvvo   hours "  &    FT(1(sP. \NI) was being arraigned in  iv      inert    in   a   suit   brought  by   his  wife   for  rrneltv.  "I    iin/lers'and,   sir."   said    counsel.  addressing  the  husband,  "that   one   of  'lie  indignities you  have showered tinon-  your wi'-e is  that .yon-have ..not spoken  to -lie'r   for   threi'   years.     Ts.that   so?"  -'-'f.t   is."   answered   the   husband.   ,  "Well,   sir."  flufiidered   the   counsel:  r'whv didn't  vou' speak  to  her, mav  I  ask?" "';���������'      ''   '.-' '!��� .  ' ���'Reeaupe." replM-'d'the  husband,  "T  didn't, want   to  interrupt, her."  (),-!?<;  dismissed. ,  . -   ��� ��     ���     .  T'fF,   two    brother*   had    been    apart  for years,, but  .Tnck'-had contrived  to  re'urn   from   Austnil'vi   in   time  for the fr-nil v re unio'i  at' flhristmrrs.  After the dinner, winch wns of sue'.  ���a ki'd fis to make'the wanderer re-il  i'/.e thnt there is indeed "ncitihen Pt:e  ���linme. "-���-. Jack drr-w his brother aside  and-over a big-cigar produced n photo-  grarh.   and    snid   semewhnt    sheeni:--hlv:  "Yon see that firoup? You sen ih'tt  tittle 'fjirl in the front row? Well, it^ *s  on hot', .aee/.iint 1 Vint I've come home.  Man. she's rier'ect. Her face his bee.'  -before tee ir. rill my wanderings, and I  'U'termieed that I would make a for  tun" and then eri-ne lin-ne and. lay if  at he.r feet.    Yes, I know it was an odd I  ed with, for any lime,a fast pcifotmcr  iifay develop from, the'jil nnd he* Has a  profitable handicai) of from Three in  fivo seconds i' jihis favor.' Xo student  v.f public form can (n(tf)rd fo iguoi,��  them. There was n liiue when 'fi.lH  and fi!Iii*.s"wero never ract-cl for'r.-cords  over half mile tracks, but the i.vyti. rB  of tracks have found them aft attraction a,nd 'have ,mad��--ic, au oh,u*ct t"  race, and as a result, during the p::<*r  season wc had'a notable-crop or fast  records on the two-lup rings. The,best  yearling of-'the senscai was ihfr bin- colt  Bcncar, b^ tint great young sire H;u-  gara, dani Oarrish. 2.151'.' b\ lligl. "  Wood. 2:*.'1T_., who trotted" inY'-.rjf'Y  This of course is n long vvav brick of 'he  icccrd but everything, by'Bingari will  bear watching and it will nr.t do-,to  overlook1 him in his tvvo and tf��r"p year  old form. ' 7*  '"'/"he black colt Mn-inleaf bv Main  sheet, dam Ashleaf Wilkes bv'Ashir.nl  Wilkes, trotted in 2.->Z. Here* agaui rli.*  record i* n��t staitling m comparison  -nirh the mile record, but lie is a well  bred  colt  nnd   will  probably  Iran;  iv,  The best three year-old 'is the bay  colt J. .Malcolm Forbes by Ui.igci".  2-0G''i. out of .the famous mare Pantos  by Grand Sentinel who trotted in  2-1 IV.. Here again he is nearlv ten  seconds behind the mile record, wnii Ii  would indicate that tho *. oungster.* fied  it a great litrtl harder "to hand!.- (Le  h.ilf mile, rings than the mile trarks  The famous foilr year old, BeKa*.ia, bv  Iimgara, dam 1'ersia by Pistachio, took  ���a record of 2.121... jt ;s northy of note  'hat two of these perfonners- are bv  Hingara. aed una by his sire Bingen.  Among lhe pacers no .veiulmg appear  e.l upon the Scene, but among the two  year olds the bi.iek fillv Huena Visia bv  I'ire.'tiy. 2 ()-Ji',, dam by Onward, prov  "���1 to be tht best of the lot with :t mil<>  in 2:27. 'Tins was pns-ed a long wav  by tit," tlire > yc.ir ol 1 Columbia I-ire bv  Pact ilus, riant by Trafipist, who went  in 2 lOJ'j. Th" best tour-v eir old was  Knight of Htr.'.thmnre, who went in  2:01."i. As eh of these performeis will  hi* liable lo get on tlio mile track* i.evt  j ear they are -cvell worth a passing  i'0ti"e.  Th'-  prodigious  w��a.'h  of pa'ine  ei  inents  I*  t'ot  the  dileri".'  are   sen"   I ha  <it hf rs.    The  n I I fo r-n 1 -.   d i v- i 1 ed  a m on g  sess .if  th"  globe      The-.  pie   not   ��vn.   so   ��elt   ,m  vi ir-0   se'i*,   which   ricei.e  1 j tl If sw-i, t watf" from rivers are more  salt th* n th >*p that receive flood* tint  are fro.* fron, salt The R:"3 Ben hr.Ms  the nfir!'1'' r-vnrd fo- - il* ��- '  tain* penrlc fnrtv two gra-nrt "<. of sail  to every (mart of u.ater The Black .Sen  Cull'a ins b'lt ninetee'i grammes nf f.,1  |ier inirirt, the Biiti.- Sea five gramme*  per   quart  Thf <. .* (outrun fn.m forty to fifty  milligi'-nns of gold per toe. This ;in  i.eais a \ crv -m ill amount, but thf"-e  ire "i gr>"it many tons nf water in th.  iieeat's and the toll! amount of qcld  held in the *vater. if reduced to form  a block'find divided equn Iiv .amongst,  ttir- world's ; known population;' would-  t.'ive. every individual n. provision of nn  ingot vveiglii.ig' approximately 80,000  pounds.  ���''.-,���     ",'���������'  ' Th '   recent   -u nouiii erneut  mans   are   cont ernphiting   ��  in  Sf. Mi ���. ,'  ' g  i go.  hardlv  of tlie  Lticd.-r't/.  | I-rilin, i" -  . *t       Th is  before   ' he  Bav.  h,  new s  i n-it  ri Ie  fust between Pans and Vienna was itiat  of Obuiit de-Afaintenay when ho went  fo Vienna to secure, the Austrian em-  iier-Or's' consent to the marriage of .Napoleon anil ISTnrle "Louise" Hix relays  of horses we're piovidpd, but, his ,own  aiuinal did so, v,c*ll that he did uot.  change it. He rot rimed before" he was  cixpecfeil and received a reward of GO,-  000 f r-incs ,nnd a .jeweled'sautt' box.,.  In  1S70 a   Hungarian officer covered  jOo miles between ihe two cities in  fir-  teen da.vsi'jirdirig his dVn  horse.   .TIub  time was beaten eleven" years ago, .when  M, > Got tti"1 made   the   journey   on "lri��li  Lass iu a little over thirteen days.  Un-  doi'lili'dly  the  best' of thesri cross-country   rides   was  accomplished   by   Lieut.  Heyl  'of Jthe   Ninth   Iliiiiov'crr.ti'i    Pia-  goons.    He cover, tl  1,400 miles between  jMct/   and, Bucharest    at   aa    average  speed of fifty-hrx milt s,a day, and   tr-  m e.l   none   the   w-irse'for  hib  journey.'  But  he  was  a   horseman  as  well   r.s  n  re-iiord   bresker'and   carefully   triii.el  bo|h .himself  and   his  horso  before   hfj  started:   he   ait-o   nursed   ij   dur-ng   his  ride'and saw tlyit it was well grjorrJc.l  whenever  possible,' so' that  there 'wciV  no'distressing scencjs at the P^i*ri.      n  The most notorious rof these military  riilc^   vvab   that   top   spc.rd'  gal'ojj   be  tweun   Vienna   ar:d   Berlin   in   Oe*.*i)er,  ISM."    No fewer I htm" BOO officers, tool;  part, in this ride, the Gcrmrih-s jtroqeed  jug from  I'.erhn   to  Vienna,  whit,*   the  sAi.strians rode in the Opposite dire.r.'.if' i.  The   distance   is 'about   420   iriil.'s   and  Cqtuit Starhnmberg (Austria), tho  winner,  finished 'in   Sr-venty'o(.e   hours   and  twenty   minutes. "��� The   Count   n id  'rler'gor.tv  severe, "training  to  TeJitu'  w"ight arid the hc.r,*e had also rec  attention, biit in tht- race, itself it  to be, kept   going by the aid  of stiiuli  hints.'   In spite of this the .strain   was  loo  great  and   the  iinima!  died  within  a   few, hours  of  the   iinirh.   'The  chief  j>ri7e   was   2f\noo   marks   an/1   a   silver  statuette presented by thc German  Em-  pcror, while the second award was half  that' amount and a silver statuotlc pre  Rented- by   the   AustriAn   Kaiser.,    This  was   won   by   the   German   Baron   von  IteitWnsteiii���epiite a  poetic touch  this,  the pmos given by each emperor being  won   by   a   subject   of   the   other���who  took  seventy three  hour.s and  six  miu  utcs. ' .  Many ronnrkable rifle fl have been  made in the course of a.-live serv ico in  the ttnited State*,, in Indian warfare,  during (tie ejii il war and in police work-  in the west. Perhaps tbe fin. st record  was that of f'apt. .Maedcnald. of the  Texas Ranger.-, when he *.vis chasing a  band of Jlexican hor*e thieves. When  tne latter made their raid he w:i*> many  milcs awny, and they though' he would  come-after them by the railway, which  made a long detour, so the*, took thing*  easily The cipt.lin gm s^rd this, so  determined to giie them u htirpri*.', iin.,1  set (ofT across country, a distance o!  ���t"0 miles, as soon ns lie h-anl the new*.  ITe pies*ed forward with all speed, and  by changing hor*< * ten tunes on the  way, arrived vi.tjv eight hours latei.  Hastily cojlectirig"a (.mall ban I of cowboys he pro.'eed.'d 'o the camp of lh"  thieves, who were so surprised by hi*  appciirnin e thai ihey surrendered will,  out   resistaiic...  arises, from .-volatilized  atoms mingled with atmospheric air.  This dors not, however, satisfactorily  ���iceOtrnt for the phenomena in the opinion of lhe CI oi man  in vest iga torn.      ,, ,  It   has   been   found   that   a   piece   of  metal���copper;'   aluminum,    tin,    zanr  iron,   lead,   etc,���a  turn  o-.  I. rv  n (i  ������ OVi i.t  yperm,.  . er of oauii- .-  interfere;!!   with   tho   <.r.ii*,-,e*  from a heated metal.  si a   ���  ij  'll'i  The  >t, Ordinary  "temp<i.-a  slight   smell   which,  gives out a  however, ninny pernonp arc-'unable to  detect. When tlio Mifoo pioeu of metal  is heated abpve^ _ lamp, il ,is fount), to  possess a'v'cry strfjbg- odor'readily-dis  lirigiiished by' rilrncist nuyhody. Onii?  orally speaking, the (>0r'mnn ' experb  meiiis 'so far rypdc indicate that the  condition-of the hiirfaee of the riuit,al,  whe'thopit be pure or, whether it be i.v-  idifed, e-xerts no ii'fluen.'e upon lhe,  quality or  the intormtry of Uiis oi]or,  Phould a. pice.* of metal be iientfd rctr.  a ppricin, of nbqut one hollr, its tern-  .perature'ljrirgjvcpt i-o-istatii il wIH'nf  first give eftu u decidedly strong oiJot",  which. , ufiivi'vfi, graduylly decfeis'es"  ,in i*j*ri>ii**iiy .uiiti) it b��ef>"i. .* jus-, frquiv  alent to the ofor'wbi.'h it mluifests In  the   cold t-B-tntp.      Wlipii. , however,'  thf  hc;ijtiiig pr.ii;e<s ,js'elisc'��rifimied and Hi/-  ,m**tal is,' cooled, i(m- nn tnl i*'; longer  gives forth' thc slight,.-J odor. .Should  another hinting tmme-Iiateh- nfterwllrd  be edectecL'thcre wilt b" jiro.Iuced onlv  chief 'cartJuHiou  d< luei"i  th.'se OJipernnents in that th,  u,,;,  trntiftlly  given put 'g��N.*oc;s n,...,,  powed, not of atomt, of the 'a. ���'  but rather'of it prgdo-r /���( tr, Y  HOn {-om  thisp .itomt--    The   art  pyars  to   pos��es��  tha power ,.!  .,  Ihis.oddrou* itin/Uer imicli  in t|..  way''tbnt   ciubfinie ,acid   i*   v.-  watcr.    To-V'i-ch given t^.ejiei ,t���r  rebponds  a   maximum   ��reol.'fei.n,,;*  ous mtittcr that, thf; m��<tal >- i j| .'  rotiiinihg.   (T5i�� meul thim ���,...,. ,  uratcd!    A voluntary p'rcijn,-(���*.' , ,  shoitlu,   accordii'gly."   result,,, r.  eopidliH HCCUKiulafi'fin o\  n\���t v.'  in the* metal���n fact  wl.vh   ,:  ed, is borne out by th" iU t-ur ,  riieittft.    Ornhn  sfates-  tha'  ?s. 'j  -  eecrled in separating arid  ,*(.'..' ^  vessel the odor given out ffi m ,"  Soros. Heal QuIckly.-^-Have you u per  sistent sore that iefn*es t<\ hnril? Then,  try' Dr. Thorans' IC-l.-ctric' .<r<{ in the  dl-cssitg. U'will slop" slouyljiug, i-.ir^y  away proud fle^h,, dravv ou't.ttrii pcus' ami  ^ircpare a, clean wav for the new skin,  ft' isu the' recognized hc-alrr ,-imong oils  linil myiiiid* ot people can coitify that  it' belled where other oils failed ii'^tprlv.  ... , ..... s  They . Sootlio   Excited   Ner-.  vims afr.'.-tions nr" v-ua'lj    ,-  to   defective  digestioi��.   us'ile  dominate*- the nerve ce'iiti' _  of   ParmeJi'c'^  Vegetable  i' .-  ;fill .JishirhniiccM of  tb.*i ��� li - .  by  restoring rl.e stomach t.   i  lion;   iclieve  fh,. inrip.  in.-.  \  Thi-rc  is  no sedarive  like i<  the   correction .of  irr^gul i"-"  digestive   {irocp*ses7 no   J.re, ,['  done so ��<4f<>-.ciivp work.'as . ,i ,  fied'lu 1>y'th��.ui.ai)dH.  autcMy jsiopii coatfhB.  tb^ Mir���M Mud lu*t|js.  Col.lt,   lot,  ���   �� ire. j>��c*  -,in-  h.s  .vej  had  I .1. ai  t l llei |  re i . :. ��� k Mown .  strirt  of a  ''Os  SILK FACED  'N' Hi  MANUSCRIPTS  of  V  THE  TELLTALE   NbSE  ���  T ha�� been pointed out th-.it. were a  Tiollir. bear . of a darker color, it.  would have no chance at all !o  stalk its prey, especially seals. The  only blaek stmt about it is the tip-of  'lie . nosvi. Ssp.;]rir.s who first landed on  'he unexplored Arctic shore.-- stated  '���hat .he Leer* used. to.take them for  -er.ils ' rie.V begin , to stalk them a.t a  eonsiderab.le . il'Sttrnce ��� by lying, down  Hat on Ili'eir'.beHies and wriggling along  So   popular  is. I'd  ti ve   Syrup  as' a   n.i  ment    nf   eolls  ...f     the    throat  draughts, or sudden  'lire,   that   drttgiiisl  k-je-'s Anti-fronsu'mp.  inediciue i)' I he-' t real-  ind' coughs or ailments  due to exposure to  ohai.gfs of lean.fra-  and all dealei-s in  ���.ritent medicines keep supplies on hand  ii ineel Un- demand. ft. is pleasant to  'tike, .a ml the use of it guarantees l"n-e  loin   from   throat,   and   lii'ig   diseases..-  stack g.r! on i rile fiom U-nrbir. ml  Mamhiiri-i In St. Petersburg :ippear��d  in the fiipei* ]| this Knirney is safclv  ���ici'fenplished, says BailvV Maga7iii", it  w'il cf rtainly be a great fcat for i v.o  'l'.an, es[.cri;iliv a* she is ... .-o mi a*nc d  ooly n\ nSt Bernini dog and vull ha\e  the same hnrsp���a gray "Mongolian pony  -ill t'r.e way, n disl.ine" of some r,,i'J(i  miles. This ride i* similar to one un  derial i n bv a Russian lieutenant some  few- yean ago This gentleman ��� L'enl |..  P.asso by name���rode r> 700 mile* from  the ..ist of Manchuria to St. > P.-rers  b,irg, in eight months and three div*.  This does not work out at a gie.it daily  distance, bnl it must be remciibere 1  lhat. tne roads in that jnirt of (lie Russian empire are very b'ad.andif the  horse had-been .unduly.'-pressed'it would  never have reru-hed its .journey's cud.  One of fho most famous journeys of  ih;s kind was : Ool. , Bnrriaby's ride to  Khiva.  Kriglishmen have ..been the,-heroes of  .several remarkable rides, some of .them  being undertaken for the sport of the  thing and some .from dire necessity to  .save'human life. Many sporting feats  have been carried ���out on Newmarket.  Heath,: but it is 'doubtful if riny of  i hem are more .wonderful than that  famous ride of Mr. Woodcock during  Mav,   1701,  which   was   the  result  of 'a  rX  the  pri-siTV a) lull  of  its  rare  maim  script*  and   books    tip   government  him   fo  in  .1 a pa no  li.I   un  ii.lilitlun.il   safeguard  silk.  SGOUDRON  'j- . t.."v.l, C  OR  'fOICDEM&RUEf"}'  BeSjAXJHXiJ j"  :-J--:.:-_'r.*:._4.  iLA.THZ_.--3 >;  Syi t'p of Tar j!  600 JMR 0!lI  /   ��        ^    r��������w<ra��iAlj   A  ���;|*r��a?--*'*fa j  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  This famous remedy U miiflc. of two curstttve* ��!<���'"'''' nt  proved rj.'liciicy in  diseases of the throat  ��nd  Im *;*   '  Beech' Tar dlrpctly, relieve* a cough or coll a.' ���*  once begins to' heal the delicate pannages; ' o I i- "'  Oil strc-iigtheiis nnd builda. up the* sydtcm Tbe*. (.- '-���  gredionts are scientifically combined" in the plex-n-t t"i-  ing Mntlneii's Syrup.  Mathicu's **yrup does not merely nupprtjs^ iN * p-  torus of disease, it removes thoir cnusa. It, ' <' *' -T  iclieve it  cures.  When feverish take Mathieu's Nervine P >*��� * ,-  well ns the fiyrup���2.1) cents a pnclc<t��e, con. i , '"  peiwd'Ts.  J. L. MATIIIEU CO., Proprietors, SHERBROOKF, QVE  Western Dlstrlhutom  *T"OLEY    BROS.,   LARSON    &  nnipeg,   Edmonion,   Vancjouvcr   Rad  CO.  ,i.',    .  Here's an Overall You Can Reh ��� r  Cl.l-s     -������>       ���  A Pill for All Seasons.---Winter nnd  -u'limer. in any bit itnde..whether in tor-  rid'-zoiie   or  aretic   li'inperatlilc    Parme-  . Vegetable Pills can he I'leuended  fo do tiu-ir work. The dyspeptic  find them a friend always and  Id can-.v tlieiii vvi'h .|i;m every-  ���r. They arc mil'- to withstanl  elimnte and .are warranted lo ]:ee">  ��� freshness' :iv,d .strength. They do  lji-iivv  slale.   a   cpialily  iW.t   possessed  Its ns.- li 'is icmivf.l a  fc ir lint  long  eMsted  m   | ),e  minds  of  libri.r"ins  th'it  the  r.ne  ol 1  maini". r'f>��� *<   wnuld   drv   op  and   return   to   th-'ir   origiiml   .'liments  Fortuiritelv,   however    t'u    employ m"nt j  of a silk of {'Vtrfin1 tlinni. ��* i     '  ipaiiiicj   hru X'ttlc-I  Un* '|iu"t  I life   "j   th(*e   iiiai'iisi . .pts  for  Iwo   or   three   bundle.!   y.nrii  th it  time   perk i p-  may tie diseov ered  This silk  is tliiniKr thin  Ihe thmii��*  tissue    pape-,    the*    tliteids    b.'ing    fill"  than spider webs.     It   is pasted ia er  I lie  iiiniius.-ripr   so   firmly   thnt, it   wardx   ulT  all   dust, .and   iiir,  and   yet   is  sn   trriiis-  pareut   thnt.   it   does'  not 'interfere   tiny  more with the a-ipearaiic'e of the  mniii.i  script  than". w-(iu!'l .art   nr.l'nary . pane   of  glass.      It��� . st rcii'ir'heiis    'he,   '*iniiiscri'>t  ho   that,  the 'danger   of   handling ��� is   ro-  dr.ceil  to a riiiiiimiiin.'    '       ������'-���.���-..  For  some   timo   pnfct.   the   Library   of  Congress-has  had   in   hand  ilie  e.vamina-  tipn  and protection  of rill  its old  maini-  scri.iits,  employing   for   the   purpose1  sill: .mentioned.      Unless   ore   be   an  pert.  in. old 'manuscripts, he is ueabl  recognize   the.  fact   that   the   silk  been. lised.'  To   gi v e   y ou    fn  it   fail*   te'/   do   tin*,   tak.  vonr   dealer,   and   In    will  with   i   pei ti i t  g.n ment      T  t hi    eiiiilideii, .     I he   in i i.i "  KING OF THi: ROM  OVERALLS  Thr'  I.I-  plot uialil"   '  in ii.titrn t 'i'  will    *hi>w    '  mi   to   *i i>    '  S35  GRAFTING  ti  41 y ijjFOU/Ltia    vu��i  Winnipeg-, Man. THE  MOYIE  PKAIJER
nii-ret  man,' nxclainiH  against  iho  pre-ent   oxls-ava
,re in driwtr—OVtravagaueo lrom the man's point of
1 MA'l..^-
\v'«" Li tho spane breath he is loud in his jSrai?i* <lf
itf.ili.rt ingly dainty and fciinple--vbimpl<> frmn the* man's
'u  t ifi'in-tcii goyvriB, nfgllgfies and iiiatineqi Urat ere bo
ffc-i i-'Wif !ir* Gv<**7* ■*'"'*- aH exT>«n«li'o and intricate, in
,'' j,, ,' hall gowns, vv-lilch, ifi^Sasi* tlirjjH'ofte'ri resrmblL- Ir.ost
aJe,'   {■'.t'tt'tifv arc n**J,0'1 grades'mid **.ty 1»*;., .while under
YvYtY <)" 1<,a ffO"^*'-? -•*, included tlio elaborate negligee? of
ri7rii chiflnt. ,or lii^gfri«,'one,o'f the* most fas-cinat'ng 'and
jiTr-iti' K<")vi> •!"'*lt- '"" 'Deluded in the fashionable wardrob/
tn fMeih '^v-s tins garment would ll&ve'bf'cn consi Icred in the
belli, of '<■ '"VVT* PI'"'" rind »coi!«ec)UcnlJv   silitad>!i<  only  fo**
\> vtfr'ii. Ui« bf>ilrot>»?. , TimcB have en-inge,) mi.s,t rnafc'rially
l/iillY tiers peritumitfg;to dr.eSs, and *»'«? present -.tvlos are
,11 en rd' ir, lob*, prificjipally more, on ihe negligee, jorder'. so
[hu* Ui"t- -."*«!'*> bferr) qilitf1 in drder fur afternoon rind evrin-
jrY"'"' i« onu'r" own homo.    Tbe^jYtie 1he ,f tipre<-*ion,of a
tpJiTrj-'' v iMe, a'love for tho.beautiful inf inrift'ii.ll- as
w Jiri iiliiii?'li5p, aod while tb'qy (ian 'be copied in rrAteh;
.       / ' '   ,      '* ■> L
'       '     M ' I
aa tweli
]ii - i" 'tl. irnppirar.t u i' * d>*^icl to
mill ft too Mgdtf, loci. more fiusl./ii ,aid less 'on the vvt„i.p. r
•ltd'v. I.e ,'c v . 11^1 „a u { , ribfi.de ml bunds .ilicadv Vn
ciibfd, are- mote pop.j'ar than .wnflijjig ,]*,,„ „, •__,,. ,>e.r, .<
might be 'A.i--t(i' .1' igif! (I tl,„ juvvo-t models ,.rc'.,(.
hi* not'd fl)" 1 i. ,d .-.tie *ii| (.t ver,rt g.relle vsnh'lflng ta-n
"fliili Fit tbe s„\e, finp-hed v,',th v. ,de -ilk fringe' Black Velvet
Or Fat in ! ue,! -vtfh whit" or*ccl ir 'are considered -wi.;, wlnle
the su'ie ./nor as tlu „'ira-p, cp'h -i -hac-o or two descpCr. i"
in sty It  j Uo. '   .      "
( Most -I-1-, .I'atmg ire th" w-1 re i.oe g/.wtis, not tc(i,gowns
orrpgligci, but su eb as •,* ill }.,. v,arn nt"*.; .trencr. and'ftrrt
will be seen at thf* vmul<r ri-nrtf lhe Ine- of o-cn mesh
OM the L'h.uitilly order, 'n brw.ij band-' combined wtli na,
vo'lp ue bote huA all thin, l.^ht aid tMt-,| are r.t vi'p^ks, W
Uic flo;,', in' demai>d, yl)ie',fi o'lte model 3 i-e e "tr»ineh
bimpie, byt vet) s|n,,rr < n,e (]01ib!e »»nrt *{',!(• v r.I It-pro
Yllle.  aif <n>portun»ty  ftii- two bants of thf   lace, m ' on the
/.ii'ili-rss'iit,  rtre njorc' k-i'mii.ta'  11,,'isv  if  t kt   t.Vn   ! inds were   ' *'V       TT,      •	
holhyu one rtin: th.n a Wirf down the *'les and b.wds on   0r l" ^W''"' *l " ,"-,tt'-1 " l'"
iho waist curry,out Hit* faslium bi"omi'i'„'I - ,jn 1 /i.e heitw
hnt*«,  , A  »el>«*t uat-hjViitb two veliet cudrt p- tin wtilv intn-
riiiug, and  black, v,ct-.i t   isas">t->rtcr <han  iin->*>othir color tit
|i)6 momolit.    Ihe lu^b >*.n?st hee si ill pif-v ul* u   *hlsiijtv)e
of ^O'vrt, arid is it in <inet of*rl.e l<tie>«t K/fUl/»J,s   it  i-^cafe'tc.
prljdl.-t jits   C'Oiitii.uirig   to1 he   f isll^i-.'ibie   for   the   coining
seaso'i.    Ol.e ihnig to-be i"e!M"nl.ered*ia that it is i\ot impos,
sjlile to do Over„a gown with th'-1 high waist luie bv changing
the girdle 1>r be,)!.' , *
f ' »    .»    • j*      '      , ' >
r f , , ,    \r  i p
T.vcr-r wn-itan >i(i-tv reco^nifet' the .hqce-fify" f-or'evening
gotvn*. for tire Wearing'of fhejow'eut waist at' theatfes a,nd
restaiicants is beiO'e.'g titp'e ami ii'orc- nf J-."iusteim, while
st ftll. ev enii'g, citertrtiymei'l* it is -.s much of a Tide sis for
,-..        ,-■-  .(  vuns.    The  fS'lron   is  f«'r sfrnplrr and
Pinner f.f^ ilcc«npjt*hmenr fhin is reali^r-.t. First and .fore
iWy {Ji'- ftur p*n*'(ibi> r'chl. jh"' w-fn-*t must Hint be tight
i|i rr>s,s fir lup-t or bel .w~ it in 1 ,pist at tjie wit .t lin^—the
normal vvi'st lino—Can tfieie be aiiy^tigh*. teeing If-tlijS is
nut im.Ic r*»l'jo« _ low cut, gown is most, uijbccoiiiing. as well
That automobile poll, e -\n_ Qr,/
dejiartmerit s.rvnc i* uiuie coiioiui
■ •ij iiian lhe old |St.vle vejltui s is
being t-h'inn by rt'floits fro i v i-im,s
. lti<-s about tie c'liintiv iJ( moi"'■( tl-,
'l.g ,-<|UiCdi<iu of the puii i di].,irt-u. nt
=av.l the uty abvi't **.•*..''') the first si>
.1 ./it ti * all,, r it -iV.l-, I i*' ill') 1, ,(i|,(.|,
titt ... 'i|d seem to ,iu*tiiv ( o iln. *si,n,
.•r <_,roul in :nking *or r e 'iiiihirjf s
«s riu pl/ti.s to do, even -,; lip peieascd
e.'tc.e.i/j ,it Ui. .lep.rl'i/i were lett
'"ii,   f'l   L'oriwij.'i'ili m.  ai'oK  ili'r
Mullliir to l!>i*trojt'.s i^nni^ie is
ilmt \>i 'J U'.'iton, S..I , vmj h rejio't* i
*av ingot $-i,(l!»'I.01 m t' i ' e/iithis 1. o^ie
hit-* ecji|ain by the ad'j ' >-j. of moto*-
<±ii\-u aj,,i,irinus. L- 1 * si ,gk itc-n
of tu.um.'iiam'e lliere wis n ?-i"!ig oi
»7iS-I, while the st-i-"' « ot two ir.t u
ivcie .li-pmi-oct with <nr .i Miving- of
r^JJV.rStr . (
rvote ciply |,a^ sconou. t/C< n proved
in Tjvntor,, ' but Birnihi iis,.iltit ha,v e
Is eif obtained in hiauy rui'fe.with oi(e,
ivvo ifr nioj.i j)iee*"J Of niotor 6rer a,p
pai'iiJK " „'    i
It is the testimony ol 1 r<*nton's fi'-il
iIiki, Inti ibe' chiefe n." r*i nugfield,
^^a^s ; St. Luiii-i, 'Hartford, t.oan,; and
1 i iti! b',rr or" 1,1 ber cllu r A lp re iiiOilerit
riki) ap|.atat)ts„5ia,B been ascil, that' such
"'Ilium cat ;s' superior i cliiciency to
th'.' i.f''H dravMi ap)iar..'V7* it speeds
*o„u 'i'f nt fifteC-ii to tyi'ly indc nu
Hour, wlij'li i*> in ai ctrt m. 'i ior Rny h,u;i
bt,T \>f ai|lis; with tire1- e pupped with
iron kid . h.iuiH,< it Chi 'nial.u almost
as <"iplf' ;.i4igress on fc'n-pt'ry; stree;ts
thai  won: i'cause horfef- "o shp uud fall
c, ayd -ciiu
go , trirctgh snowdrifts Ivhcro four
horse i c s-,'tot pull ii m.atinr,
IhiS-r* is no aejJay «i-n a ''-ouiitiof lu\v
| la In.s of   the owner's aitnity. aid  has   l,,
i sue li    i   pruiouriff.l   iniluiiee  on   lit,  t)'    1 in1
In aric y   ,u.<J  lieaLii,  ilin   he  (*  ,it,|/   to'vi  I
tin    ni iiiiou.e this  vv.il i-iiibb   Iii o to
' s.,ppcii't a  motor car     Oi   eouisc,   ihcie}
.ue  i-MipLio'-   tfi  pif|. e  lbs   Mil.-   .a*t]
.^   il./ri"   ..,("   evaep puis   in   all    ...I   il      i
inns     It ran be adunt1< 1, willion.  ji'c ',,,'
I'i'Ii- i'   io    he   I'lili-u*,,   ll  tl   -iii' .'   pn     ^
I ..In-  ma,,   lilv.   ppif h ii ('((  im;.,r i.u-   at   ,,|)(
" ,i   i osl   and'of   if   l_.pi     IPC   ali".*.(d    io   , s,
| tlioir rcquiretiP it;s     llii-,ilvi-    .| prove    i»nt ' H, P  ,  ,-%,  e, '
| that  th * cl.js* o'   pi'rsjii* c iiimt   ilL.r'l     ( r
Ito'^iwci  motfir car"   , It  in t*t   i ot   ,i7 a**    i.^v
j sumed  that   iasc  bf. n.*e' it  is  a  motor   1 ,,
i I, .r, tint >t is ai. uain . Lss;irJ.   e* .ei.se i.
vi. lie.    at. 1   a  sti,i   toward   even  )
.1   .i  nn I   „'   -in ., "*       Not   in nn,
i    look    I'! tt    I    I     ill.  I'll
'     n.i i
in nt
evtra. again e.
'ar does
lion   fro
i.sf   'of   th      it'/tor]      (■
» ot disTtrai't ^fs o.'. in r s  altc.  j-tj.,r
li:    his    'iti*a't e**       [an    tli«'   eon- Y,,
f lop   ot     I ie! t id    is   1
.1  II 111"    Ctll'l'.lt I
Tfljlt     1*1 ill! 1     I       *      l« „'u
V.  in   ,y .   as    i    i.iiv (
' < i    t. ii y. i" i I ii it 1
it    Yn / all   Ie   t
I    la -    ;»>** I u.ties   of    i f.1 "
g i     1 • 1*1 si .1     nil  li..w 'i b if' if
I.'"  n .  r  ii ill  i   io.,! t .ri.'"  ^n   i ,!
i      i *-       . *
in J i   t'f" ,
< \    A ei .1 I s >*v.p( il Hints pen.
m-tii    of   Irclir/d   to  be   pp
Obstinate Sores are Healed
,  By Zam-Buk . > ' <
For ..ill's wm 1' del'', id oi dinar,
r. i . .1 / - V i , J! tl, s(,„i ,,i i;. tried
1 il ' wo.upis i,.iie >)..■ nb "fj, o ii''cm k<,
Id w i pip*oiiii,g    md  , '. ou i    -'-in   /li-.
I c a    *    i' i
i r  i u * ,4. ,
j     M   ^   \n
i ic-.i;   > .. <
tl 1,1 j, di.
.. , .-.i.f'i pie   -.   th     g i vu,g    bat   alsh
trary,   its   u*e   e,,a) It's   h.n.   to  de,   .U'.ic1,^       „ ,f   1o(y,,       ?n(]   U|jI   u„
lh *   s.t ,,(.; -   f*
business,  with   less  i-IKl,
'c'dt' ninket   f.,!r all f!i
l ,
li •
ii, , -
01 ,
ll   i
Jl   U
»f -I-,
- it..,-'!
■ -Mv
- Ill,.
thr, ,
Pl-.i ,
' a-i-f-
m !
" "::
tl,. ,,
of tin   cn 'Mr ti il unci
u.liidedr I"l   ll<> ""U*11
1 .   ruei'iiieii  i^i.uy sti,.i!v  "... "	
.i.l' a tiousteaii.    At, lilt,' *ntie ti i'c it
,ltl   tuts   gow.is  .11" i   IP jl g" e  gti  in
■ u I not.ii aid, even.Hi; g.<vui* i mieii     ,
'..mi.   vv.-nr  is (liw-tiy* haid ' ti   n\   gown
'ii.t.o'   eiebrnpl.-'iy   a,id   ill"  p ice ot   ' n
t'.imines the (est  ot   the  lu'gligte f( .  go
"ie are the absolutely  pu n i u< .. I- I t>  w
in. ot, account ol th-" pi;|l.'('io'  <■' 'I'-*)-1'
ll  of   -oii|e tiamed  e\peit   "• ln>  1.   d '['
,,'iri'utly  shapeless   woman   pro'lit V
•   in 1  giace,
* lhe fnv in ite uilor, but tins yen it is coirs.deied
w. a colored lining oi s.u.p c obir nil to lin-t .1 in
'.i\ ol tiimmiig; tin* rn.iv be ■ nlv m tin gir He.
Me ll an iinp.iiiuiit part M w..Ill in's die** ted iv,
" is siiltteietitlv hlroiig in I-e it" -t di*( im 11\ e, the
itl(d. being n "wide band  tha'  e "d  tel   il.uvv   the
i  hue nnd  front  which  tin   n I "'  '' •' *•'
lh!H        fhe   wide   Inn.Is   of   .l.'W.lled   pi
. .) led to  tins  pni]io*e, an I  tile d< s „'   *
'       lhe color s, heme  ts often .liir'iiiut
nrt, n  loile over n jiile  pi'ik, i m mv
i   ^.'.tille   ot    gold    p t*st'tiP"i k'i P'    vv
4   of    the   stoi es   blemliig   vvi'h   tin
ill white gown   wi.h  *i!vtr and  ttii.piot*.-   | a**f
neither   viinatiou    tliit    i*   m.'-t    t-dnti
hen   if   !L  ,|«,pei   note  of < »loi   is  desn.d  the  pil"
.   or  blue voile de soil* is us-d and tit" bind >-<
vi       White   lire   gowns    ne   iniet   etr*  tne    n
1 "h  lice  is ,\trem.'lv   f.i*lnonibU   at   the  mourn!
'ti'.l   with   silk   voile   or   .'InlToii   in   i   mo*'    ''''w'
1 Hi it at  first  glance it is   ilmost  miipossiIiIi   tn t *ll
>   it   nil   iu   one   piece.     Tn    id«t   to   tie  i'v]
•   i .during, embronlf iy   ovei   the lieu  is
"it r.v   i*  iu  eolor  v...'ik.'il   in   silk  -md   i
,"i      It  is not neces'sury lh hpv  w iy   to t li
"vcl-.ind rather striking.    .
-se coat style, it), best suin"! to th.-se embroidered
''-"inbroidei-v being around the bottom of the eoriy
1 fronts, the gown itself being trimmed with bands
1 'wc, and .even three, kinds of lace, are. ol ren usecv
•inbiiierl . wi-h The voile. c^iilVon or pet. and tn
-m works out well in nltuchst ' every instant-
''*■' in bands is also combined vvit'li n nnn-h
'■'- and'this also works out well. ''Sleeycs an
'pnsid.ired in-, all smarl ten gowns and i
"■".'. Iloiiting sleeve is niost graceful,and '
: 7'mt- falls apart at the shoulder, b'.iviui
v* i- linnt drapery, is mod.ilied l\v the
'lose fitting tinder-sleeve tiiat rea|'.h
: :!i>: classic rubes so fashionable .a.': prescn' 1
"tiaped so that, these *-nme" folds aeros* lh''
"' tt'o-unvciled appearance, becoming only
'■ifei't arm such as few women are ble.sse.il
::i"!:iptienl of iriiiimiiig in lhe lace and net .-t>:in
,! "•' k-n-'e that -gnes across lhe shoulders and down
"f the sleeves to where thev end. well belcw^ tin-
■'•■•eves loose and wide. This .-arrics out t.he f:i*h
•i'i'.ig shoulder line, which is rippiri'ittly .leiii.inded
■'■■ui   mom.'.nt   an.I   which   is   either   mo*!   becjimn'L'
1 niitrary.     A   f,,|,l   of  satin   or  silk   liiiisli.y t In-
".we.  and   if  there  is  any   color  in  lining,or  girdle
■ "!' that color, otlierwise  it  is white.
hie.orir (.tijssurc, ,lh fiiqn<,.uh huppc!.*
with '{I.l'srjl.p&luiptnr-Mr liiw the ahil-
ity "p get to a'fire mid ''hn<.w water oi
cL'um'nais upon it ,jn Its <ariy *t4gcvH u
c,if tlto uti'iostswrnportaiHe m suvuig life
and property. ** , '      i  ,
f bo ,
, We bavcj girowrs accnsie.mfd .to' big
figures, in tlie^ r^utompbib juMcistnvbut
trjtosc brought out in < oaiection' vuth
load-biiildlirg are ' sti-'l ch^uMiW ,to
staggi.'.- iiiouL o" us- Nev York's state
highwaV corri'missioner dr ,)ji'reb' that' In
add mors to t'he fSO.Ciori.ono, already! au
thorizpd, $-tO,ijOO,000 more will be uecd-
ed to complete the state,<t ui ciounty syb
!einauofi irnproved highvyays in tho st.ito
1 iictse who would' like to fcnc.. en
the nlotprists the largo patt of tlfiri bar-
den argue on t!ie0assump-;f'ii that fiieec
roads y>b ch aic being rebu'ilsw^et des
troyed* bi n'iotor'cars. A writer in The
Kew'York Times argijcs finis:, '  e •
iJ'fJuiv nuloiiio'b'je-, miming m the
c-ify ,0'* X<w York has ftjst,i'$.V. 2<yfl in,
inaea'lair*. mads. Every aijfoinobile lu.
'ie s'a'e pf 5"ew York ha* cosf, $"'v,SO0
in lAaeadam rbnds. In dirt rortd^ the
cost \i pr^blemnfic-al, but it is great
-"iutsine of New York c'ty thc-re are '"or',
ty tiroeo more dul iiiadn'rlvin isuieidim
1*0,1 di jiijfhe state'. 1'he d»rt ro'uls"bilve
i.eenrtuoi led bv automobile*:, bijt tliey
lia*?o been nsifd m^e or 1. ss. It is
figured now That the dirt 'roads wall
have H< be oveilaid to meet the require-
t'em- of rpodern traffic Tn' ten vearo
the statu ha.,,laid pr rClaid 'n.hout 2.000
"ides ot m,>ea*'inn< ronJs It has re'iaid
njj.ro than -"Of)'miles in. the last twe3f
ve'n« with the completion of,its con-
'ract*. r ,        '  Y     ,i
"T!>e,maeti,dam roads have been,' des-
tioy (jdfhvatuto-npblles. ..This is acknow-
1/ 'iLre'ki jt (s also com'iioi||l> agreed lhat
the ton,is snn ,t be rcbtiilv The cos" of
| rebuildit'g tlum wilF be much greater
th..:icihe lo*s froiu th'ei'r .destruction, bei
itiiise n new pre'eess Of, Toad building
nmrt li" adopted to accomnloekito'* the
iiutonfobrle."1   ' „    .'       '   5 *
".Assuming these fi.gu'tcs as lo lue miles
-i of road tint liadj.0 bf_rebuiltJo be correct— inS we presume they are—it may
isttl! 1*0 sir]  ihrTt  there is soinc pretty
Ic'irfv   lO'i'Oiin g   to   be   pono  through
bcifrnf   "t   is  proven   that  .h"  motoi-ist
"hi  "id  piy  most'of the repair lull.'The
inibil fi   of  the. old   road*,   bail^t   f-ir
hone navel* to siand up under .uatorio
bile   tt.tve!    vya*  oOiroth'ng  tint   could
•pit   bt>   iorescoii    and    for, vhichtho
motorist wis assuredly not responsible.
Almost    everv    new    uueulion    upsets
some   long estibli«hed   eeouorrtic   comli
ti«>n     and   en-es   have   been   many    in
wli'th  grievous harm  has been done  to
thousands of people     Yet  tbe^n.oiitor
aud   the   u»er   of   the   invention   have
never, lo our knowledge, been penalized.
It his been ;ecogni7ed tint  such uu-'or
tnuate  oeeurruiecs are  un.iv ouliible  ac
ccuiipinimeiirs    of    economic    readjust
piei-t.  and  fhe  suflereis  have  been   as
sisted, sometimes   to  fin'*  relic I.
The automobile Lib been a gieat fie
tor  in  an  ec on nunc  way, and if it  hi*
destiined     roa Ij,     'fpresKnir-g    lirge
i money' \alue*.  it  his  ,il*u  yervsliigelj
I i> cie"!ccd   'h"   wc.lMi   of   the   eouiif*-y
' And  finilh    if his done a gie.it seryice
in    li-  ngi'  ' ■ rrn    v ogue    Mac   hvslesn"
.f     io.il biii' ling,     and     '"     'C'dicng
tl'i-TO*ti'ttls    (t   milcr  of   nine   with   isr.il
ln-'ivvay s °
If i\Ciy attt. "olile wen to hf Wt|ied
i.i-.t ' of ex.sterpe t'ed ty. ni'l no i'loi"
Iwqie e^ 11 to be m mm.urine 1 the*good
| real's 'hei h i\" givi-n this ,,Uintrv
would stdl be worth evcy ce .t experi'l
cd cm then1, an I we1 -h ail 1 -nil n>v«. the
n v entois of th" e'tltot <al i Ing' del"
of gia'ttudo in tin* cot nee'ion as m
do io -l&i.
It   i*   irgued   fit   ii.-inv   jieople   e:u,
not   afford   "'o   envn   moi or   ( n'-    ssv*-   "i
wruor  in  The  It gi!   l'lu^_' r      'I In*   i>
swei*  io tin* ir.inn nt    s  lit • t   the   ew
orahtn e.f a    mi'i.r . ir  * >  iie-ei*,*   t h
If ihe* seller of tho car "believes in it
and says only what die bol!ie-.fs in trying to sell rt, he u giving the linger a
run foi 1uis motwy'. If to telhtHe trnfh
is to lose trie sale, it seems to most.folks
that Tt would Le just as vrell for th>-
salesman to se'ik other c-mplov mejut. r'.A
jo"b about oree i'v oar, will have 1o face
an iiw^ulilot of comebacks. ,
To claim every thing on ct-arth-'for an
■Hifomobilt   seems   all    right   to    some
ll-0   pUl
.   "[I   w
to fbt .ni i Mijrt>- to go to I/ilind fie-
the     I   ,ite.     --.tit'-   In   super-Iut'i^'d   tl
pljji.'     g   :• id    ei.iig    t olont'l    TiTvir.t*
writ    ns   s, ii   '<i   spend   a   \enr   in   th
f-rii.i].  jr, S| ite    to s(>idv th» cejt, iitn i -
of  g* iwing   jwi   ce-ng   'obic^o   tiieij
ind   'o, de'ermii.o   lihat   would   be   the
m/.st   T,urtabl/' '-.irut e/t   < a' ingjbarn.  On
lies  r 'urn  'he  jir-t c tint g barn  iti BIre
.'-ind   v-IS   bu.lt   at   "Yv'ofnrd.
Pri/les-or H.irpir, who kohls the chair
of Agrotin.iiv in ''lie Kei'hicky College
of \gi iiiltnit. vvas spending his vaci
tion in Ireland *i*mie five ,vears ago'and
v ,.s i gy-flt hpip to this indnstrv. To
line n in 1' ot, ''-1 recent a Iv aucement is
dut. lie* tJt'V is"d ',1 fjsleii-i ot curing
ih!it,-v\,<\ eui reWily /j i'ip(«.'d to the jn-k „l(.prr
tvpe^oi  tnbicco     This svsli rrnua*s be'n j .,_,/.'
* ii     i<        I .       ~i .       /fki*i     t n        r. \  tiXtll J X ii. i
gene*.ally  -ulopt-'d   s.i'.;c  then,     Prp'. * k     ^ ,   u,;tn!,„r)^
-.or   liirper   v,-.ued   In it   tip   considered t               ,     ,r,             i
tho climate of  Irel'irai more "uitable fop——	
hour'*    by    biioriemeg  the   ti-n«   ot    h,s|,.0ll),    ,p ,„, (\}     ,,„ r|j[      ,t  ,,,„„„
(rriuids and busanr-s/e-tils.    A j oliri.s<nile -
fi/ee if affords, oppoitprjt*,   foi   be ilrii
inl   veered ion   for   ltnii^i If   ai.d   fa mly
and   sates  manV   c\'.enb.'^   wh-eh   were
common before tts111^0 began.
* i     ,
The automobilt^, that'folks want to
buy is thc I'jaj'hine thru*, us worth wh'.lc'
Tie car they e.ll are rC'ter isinot one
lhat run-,, we 1! ejiough this yer^r but begins to bo infirm as tt two year eld and
decrepit, iti 'f-. thirl year of e<i*i,-nce,
aiiel ilieri* are i.vilcjs enutigb in this
country v,ho,bifil(J sulihtnntia! automobiles, ,Tbrire are. many machmes thai
;eay be de'pended upon to go the dis
tance and to be running as well ia the*
tjlird ".an jn f-<Tcvt as m the first. Orb
•cn,, however, think <-hey arp all r'ght
as !Qiig,,ji8 the-v1- put tflgethfir a^ machine
that looks vsoll  and  runs  well ttrmpor-
The; car tyuyer hrt-7 to digest a miss of
ct.tde itatemints handed to him by the
sab-matt who is- en'Icj.ivc.ririg."to make
't' 6aU','', not lo bjiiig a customer to th'e
firnt. f-jucii a mau vJ("lll toll him oil sorts
of thugs the machine is capable,of do
ing and ^jl! relate to'him hjstopes of
s»unts that have been done by ,)n? 'machine, ' -ft «
Tho salesman se>.ni8 to ignore the fact
that most ur.er«i of automobiles- want
cars not tojido fyiints in, but fpr touring
'purposes. ' He forgots that the mention
of opeed qualities to borne pcrsoabasi entirely th, wrong point, from <*whb h ,to
rtjipi-oie li |h" affaT. 'Very fety persons,
ev-en,tbougii to the pc'-dCijtiidn they.mav
se.fnt ruin), want a ma'clrine that goes a
mile a ' minute^ p -Moit automobili.-ts
«,int'to Ifi? sure; the power' ts vtfcere if
Uie-v urcd'it. but. thoyvhavo no pxirposc
of gojiigiout to race,forty'pr fitjty rmleis-
o:-< more or le*6. -       , , <■
The'M*rjn i who'buys an'ai'tomtibde ii
entftiedjjtp'iL,3-ua for his money. The
»alesi!ian , shsays   doosn'r   realize   that,
r.      t  f'-   L
t   "e ibnl  i- c    '
I       I) gll. ,    l .     "\e tr       '/ I'tlr1,
1! gl ..  *       (j lr||n    |,g
.v'.Jt   /im An\   did   (. i   li *r
A '    )       '   •'   I  US       . 111    r        ,,,
si u- in  ! ii'. ,!     ,-. l,',e  . .
' '' >r   tin, nb/,   J - >JTer "1
li   1(7,   *     ,    //'.   lev li <7       iti.
11 -   -e        ,. rn!     .' '      ■ '     1 oi 1
I OJl 1     I llllg    ,/1 e   |l     k    I ,!■ 1
•i   hi   .'   pv   F  ...  I   Cn
1      Iv    11^    1   .      1     111    .'  *,/
lip     g     d   '.' t'.i i'.i. k    I,
1      'e   ( 1 j   1 .   >    ' '   ",,
*   t .Im   v o
1 -enp  '
V. "il- i
.Ml!     1^
,  n  ii.
-.,��    tH  11
I f tlum
II 1 ," H.
■>    I real,
., ' i    ont
. i   ,•„-.,',
i.l     „ c
in        t   1
• I,
iigln  and    iif.rri
Pg   ".I'M    lie    *.M|      a'   I    ' hi,nf i,(j''i"'^
i ll.t     bdln1 I     '   ejt   III  e   !    Wjft    <"li-    tl.'lt
'/..'lit, nnd iiiur tisppi 5'ii link i..r a
r-w (tip' <h -n< ,-, i* eni, ,hfel>
lieale'cl 1 1.1 . <> le.'/on "* r'P d / oil !!uk
to 0.1" ibr f'-vo it "1. tretld" tor oi'l"^.
u'el n t!.< ir l sis it has bee si'•'.mally
c-il.e-nve V
i!! <iLti„g',si iiyl stnreij - V /am
link ni 'if, (Jos or n,n lie 1 tin I pout
fre 1 tropi y#i 1 Hit! ''o , fi.r pi i. H
,m A sc^re rt'ie for p'l> *, tpila/,:i' d pip's,
ivt' ' I) "'t-. -1 -lid*, ebipja ' i/.'U.W,
ce ,*. ma s. ,iji *(jis 1 i all
similar   di/iefivc-   ;)-nd   injurrr*      Ki fj*-<!
\}tnl^kytUna'°V'>^e0 tban  lh8t    '[ niPOKTA^r'WORKOi- HARROWS   '
, "here* 1 c no too! 'ji'a farm that  phiys
1 but- far ir ha? brt"i proved thVif lri'Ii
tobacco gr'Awers ciiri rcsp a 1 protii of
about tj.Oi'.T an acre from their crop, and
'jt ,is,'predicjtBd that tobacco grow tug
will become one of the great industries
of Ireland in .future     At 'present Irish
 3   .-, '..  i..   ....{    '....1   ;_   —. ...   ~l   , *„
li thin
tired tobacco is retailed in marry of the
•ore's in TniMin uri'd other large pitats,
THK   vats   and,  the ,machinery   in' a
brewery   are   sometimes --a   fiouiete
epf  much   danger,to  the,, walkers
,Oue man raoa New Jersey Urewery^uie^
an   adventure   of   ,|n   nriyjeasant   kind
ill i'      ' -"—   — L'   " *  '--
re inp'oit.ipt ptit'jn the ivo.ll tin
disc   hprrow     ,'lfl tf.iirv'rtvn ' il1   1
a rrtf
the ■
,Ui7o that there an  many k.nds efj >!*.sc u
hirrows, Fut %ve Isn.«> esp-eciiUlv in rpii.d
the Superior   Wheel   I'tiC   Hure.v,   ,jiid
i'\il-.iv,atnr. ' ' Why   ik   it   dilTe r'eru   'null
»ne   C'thii-J?     Iitcaiise   it,   cujtiv ,u.', a
,'     if J,
1" fl
wide/-   snip1,
oth'c-r;   becjuise  tiie~fiis
for ' Si7e,   than   any ',
nr(M-"xt   lit
permanent irgle to the Urfe- -f draft ;lhd
each disc eiitb/iom lib froiit(jvdg't ^o- _tho
rear   eifgu'of 'its'm-'jgFbnr:   biVHa-i*   it
Oue''day one of thpse tebs was rmfitj
and the, workman referred to, who had
. (targe of them',' was at his frisk oi
cleaning tl-" machinery. *IIaving i early,
nilisiUeci Ills .f-^b, he vviahod lo b.iv-e ,tiie
,    ,       , ,.,!.,        ,-1 u-     '"''I'   turned   .jii'o, the ,mi,\er. „ Oi.lside
slwk Balfsmaa,-' urtless he'changeshi-^ t)k.   ^af   ^0|j/a|,   aYstant, tr'u<b tln-
corup'r*ro^v    turns   the   grouri'1    liKe   a
plow: be caus- nub disc anelrdrrrg b»r(ts  °.
ri'iclfpeWei.'iit in aclion ami  two. pU'cf wiih
,,    ,        j , ,,     iiateporael.it fapnt'/r Vne^Mif*; befflu*e it f
omication w3,th th" apprifatus of lh. ,»--,     (     ;t   f|^n H;JCt,^ hk(. (t ,_ ,,^
c-inblrshmeriit,, .^  -a ^ ^ M ,,, ,„ f„ ,„,;„„_  .„„ , ^ J
f  Ju  tl..*  m'raeJJt   of each  of  the  great   it, Je-iv es   fhe*  fi hi   Infill   ln>c-iti*ei any,,'
ma*bitig;   tubs,  sir, which   the, matt' n-lbisj   w ho .cat, ,n"af *g" 'a   if. in   ea 1   'lo" -
mivcd  and   boiled  tBere  are,  a-Hadied j mote woilc incese- ,(ir -.vifSi o^e Vir>e '
to  a   .'ciilrai   shaft,  two' sets   of, iaigefrior V. heel P^-c-IIirrov*   and Cultivator
Steel   kp'ivcs    ^Vheu the, upright shaft |tliitn two ipe,! nt,d tv» teams 'c*i*l do ii: J
rejvolvea, tliese"/.iiivc>'.*iie driven  rapid f 1 clay wiUi  plovvs,,'i)oi *n't  I In*1 .i"ne3l
}y'-iboht, arid   th'us tile  mtilt   is   mixed 'toevou in your wmk pt  smtfi'tel- i" illovy,,''
ieg? **e'iil to The ,Yiner>rU; '-.cedirg
V'li'ui".*! 0, )ti"i ip'oTated, K"l g and'"
lniiies1>sfieets Wi'sn.p.ig, for a, t upy di
thein bopkiet. "Stehbitis^On "the Ibsc
Harrow." K * id this intcn t m "-u/Ty
ripik tlr 1 gu "o v.'trr rottt'l 1 e-'letiP'nt % ,
T 'eti( A.
f    -Cw-J
i. "
man was told ,by   the first, workman  (
'go. tin tl   t'!!'n   n  lever,   the .fnnct Ion   of
which'was fo stcrt or, stop the machiil
eVy  that   feel   iho  malt N   The  ft*-ist.u
folks.   By dint ofj clarrning all they may  went,'but, iustei<ivof tnovrng this Icvo
'<• Well, if fhesefthirif-i ire'truew
cruld  dfi ^no'jnore  th.u
the sales manager of oue. company, "we", run m  a circle between tliem. and cab
will have either to cut prices or go out 'for someone- rooturn'tho lover.
of  business.- C.ln  ituhe .that  we,, who^ ^ The -terrible- knives    moved   ^faster
aren't  trying  fo   make,   a  largo   profit,  and faster, and -the workman .inereaseo
fail to do as welt for our price a*- some
other company 'Can' do for less than
half? We don't deny that these other
cars are cm client in their class. They
use all that r« claimed for them, vvy
often,  in   their  class.
" But1 11" tney have--all the speed and
endurance at.d material and care in
them that cur c'irs have then wt* haiO
been del'rau Img the public for a'great
jinany years They dou-'t underrate our
'stuff sud wo shouldn't uiide>rrate them.
But'if such a car is up to the s'andaids
11. all respee»ts ( f a machine that sells
Cor more thin rwi'-e'ris much then there1
-re many, mr.ny fool* ni.tlii* eouutry.
Perhaps   to  be  strictly  honest   would
mean  the   fi'Ubh   of  some ,of  the   com
panics.    !f is v erv ltktlv  that it wot.l i
Thev   would ejtber stop asking for ere
deneei  for everything they   have  ro  ta*-
md   thtr   "oul'l   mean   ;in   end   fo   bn*i ,
ncss    or    cl*e    iht'j    w-oull    ohirit    the
pta'acs   o'   their   Wires   In   finer   pipe
w brcli wiuilii i« in  " d.U'iled sl-ckea ij
Hri  business    'rfowevc-,  if thc*v e'id le*s
and did it more thoroughly, that VMjuid
Ceuriless-lnv" been tie m-e* wirkcd
bv Hollow!*, '*- ' om tint' ft Ins ,1
pvwef of iii own 1 ot found in otli"t
piepirat.pl * *    f '
ta!"r iitef ir--.i-.j, o.ijb.'ving the "-ippjri.ir   '
-c„Mh»   Fn.a*   t*.Il-a  a   tnie  story l',   Ifv(
y'lmr de'l-e*- vv.ll imf  t-tipph ,v..n   -vute
iho^jpi.'i' . r. mid  they ,vvilli see thnt you  1
1 \H
V*  7"     \'f.?'
I      - fix
- -*-<   /'   i'^5i
,    «. '   « If
ael Diit*! 1
Tha onei-remctlj that positively'cures
^^   andotherillseasosLftcc'ingthsveins. ,,
ilouore tolil J. E.i'OnKes, or bf I'earl St.. t-prinirtcilCL
ViaM., tt.at t.BTOU''t livvi An oper^uon.   It" prei*.iT(Ml
WW-' ABSOKIJISK. JR.,  aacl soon w-Wnm-
-jlcieiy curtect—Ivan Ltael r.o rt-Cura of tlie trenule.   ilpel.
taciM-ptir. ex*erti-vl ApMti-vttem: portlivriy Wml»ss.     r ^
tcmovee clolttsi, iVVnt. Tumon, varte-ocele. Hyilro.-e'le,      '
.taana-pleAPanteninner  Uooic<Fand testimonial- lrp«     ,
, 51 co 4 oj" ,r82 i'J- 12 oi. toute at cimKBista or clcitvpred.   ^
1, F YO,<"'"i ? D. f.*,?n TetrcleSt .Sorlncfle'tci, Mass.   '
*   '        f   <*&*> a t MA, U4., ^ontrpsl, Oniu'hn AetkI. *
illM IW»t-l.«t !>}■ VlAliriV   BOIU/t »V\.\E lO„ «l»nl|V-?l,
(lit. /.ATIOMI.   I.KIU  A   (IIHIICAI. CO. Vtl,,..l,M-; Jt CU. „
t.rr. Md flJUOEIlsOS IIIUJS. COi; tld_ V.n«iu,«-.  '
his speed, one  kinfo acting as a  p,i?,
maker   in  front   of  lnm,   the   other  a
uvvful [lurstier, nnd either ot  them sun
to'cut  lnm  in   two if he ^l.rclvijned  hi
pa. e  or fell. ,    1
Fa* ter and  f,i"ter he ran, calling  fee
help.    To make malte."  wor*X",  his we
shoes   found   verv   insecure   footing   01
the polished copper, aud every   ..Hmu'.il   of lh    wh(l,    ebtabir*!,mcnt     The origin
hc'^w-11  afnid  fjiat  he  woulcl   slip  aud   pu ,,,,* ^ |ln- u,e great keUe* shoved
u  ' kmll¥
' "4\ jj
I   t-
y» '-
n 1
^ulciily   stop* cousthji,   cnere*  colds.   fa^al«
(ti* CUr' *U mud lualta.       *   *   •,     2/3 cwaU.
,.., . . , .       .   , ,    ,        down     The exhiust'cii in..n  had linn ro
His assistant now'came in sight, -bin   ^ ^j.^ C|(J,
the   mrin   was   cither  so   dazed   by   the
spectacle or so ignorant of the ru.iehin
eiy *hat he could do nothing but stand
and gri?.e on, open mouthed
Hy keeping as close as possible to
the shaft and ie\o'viug wiih it, the
ti.S'ipi'v workman was mm. iging for
ihe mum. nt tu keep out of the \\ iv ot
both knives; but his exertions cweie so
great tint he was rapidly be. e.iiuug
e*.lt'i usted.
ISut, . isf as he was about to sink n
n'in aimed 11,-1011 ike sen ue who ii id
*cti*.o em u/gli n> run "o the engineer ind
tell line  to *h it down the motive pewer
-1 ly   and mov e at a si.
s'ovvcr   pace,   m   order  to   keep
cv. r and
otill botvvtui rlie two kmvts. 'Iks i,ui-
twilled until the inacUiueiy ,had eonie
to a dead stop. The workman then,
B.mk ni a f.i'iit on the bottciin ot the
vat,  tptallv  exh-tiisfc-d."
'-\v'bat's the troublp n* Plunk die'"
—"We've tried n ttavor iud tve ve
t'p'd a torn nissHit1,'- — -'Wei11' —
"Nov, we're ll'in king of b'lenug the
u ni (-,om. nt ct ,n,i ,|[_\ jo *u t,e good
mrtga 'Hie
qMl«-'.l~-   .lue.  cuu'n.,
ctlr  isir"-*A  «ndt \unii*.
I      Woim*   irt   ch I lien,   if   ill y   be   not
'-tlt. ml* .1   -In,     ' II*"    tn   \ nKions,      md
otten    d".ith        Mi.lhei     (I   > T *'     \'>, im
o.r..  cold...  h—l,    I>tiim>r, itor   vn'l   ppitict   Mi"   .l.iilitn
.   .   .       8/1 cut,  |l!0iu   these   lt(*tl. ssingi ailln   pur*
,.p*e   i-id
n   t ishi.t'i;
finish iii'l
■ eoniing.
the   cn
i*  below   lh"
.   won
Birk  of Emhioideied White Lace Tea Gown
as uinttf
rcri'ily  in
eus}' t.as
well tea.
licit.,' voi
that  !".>!.- \v.;-
ne end oi-.ih
'    An all I'll
be don.'
are now
are to b,-
Inn" lo b.
-\\ ith tli.e-lin
patti.'in   robes  :.
veil  in
these  (lays of
and ■vvai.sts  il   is  a  coaiparrii ivcly
liud at  reasonable' price something that   win look
bite  or.colors.     There   lire   iani'.v
ver black, or ■
ie  sole and  many
lie  even.
ma terra
As tor
Is  that  arc
to   he   found
duck gown-is :t go
..r and  i rimmed   t
many   fabrics  in
id    foi-   Mltllll  ■'■•1st
rueti.*.e.i: i hev ar
t nairaii
.nd in vest ment, foi'
,. lnok ipiitc dilTer..
all coloi's lhat- are
1 hat   unless the stri.
there are
ii can always
nt, but there
elt'ect i ve' and
test econoiiiv
are in'--1
of do
I,   fur   i
,0.1  invest in
elerins   well,   an.i
vvliire :is a black
l.-.l' or 'defaced-'
ejiiboi'tite   a   m.
I u
tV'lllll I*        I
-'V ix .-    -I
■It;, ever in:
'rem  Mio-e
-lii.iild b" '
..e.l wals!
,ft.-l,  helps
it   it
•lid   te
o nine
il  I7d.i. ri
■    \Y I"
bv a 11 ilic'i'l, I
,7 plain style
iv ei  many' a   p
ill  bu
ll,'IV   •
t    ol
With  ;
rt can
model to
. is to he
■ ill detail,
i -vvhat i*
to' be vv'oru in
cut treatment
■ so all .-.dut-
feet i v.'ly .trim
ivorii, aiuii'thi*
Two Doctors Sul Si* Woull Die, Ful
To-day She ib a Ho lthy, H ppi
Cirl—Hetlthy Kidneys m CMlmi
tli> Guaianttc oi a Hippy, U*e.u
McTaggart, Stsk — fSpeeiaO I h it
no .hib! I* too vmiig to hivt Kiln v
Oiseage even in 'ts vvoi t lorn i .
that leodtCs K'i litt-y Pills, will nine n
in any form lias beet! abundantly proven in""the case of little H-lith Hani.*.
of this place. . . :
, In" May, '11)0,1, this littie jrirl. th-f
two . vea is oil, was so sivollen vv-tli
Dropsy that- her waist-. measure vyas in-
creused from - IN inches lo : :'.-I., i:n hey.
Two doctors'said she ltiu.-t die,- Dolil-'*
Kidney Pills ..tne.! her nnd to lay sip-
is as 'merry and healthy ri 'Vhihl■ as i*
n> be found in- the ne'.glil.oi ho.
. In a recent interview her fntli
" Kdith is better than cyer. :
no return of. dropsy since she w:
0,1 by V'odd's Kidney Pill*, over
siln* goes   t o   school
t       POINT No   1
A largo  iu*w   Intsinos*.  me.ui*-
il'.-tt <i irrt.it ii.tun   ciiipk* Iran
■ il.i nice]   ii. n   Tin?   Gieat-We t
] life 1-5 th.- be! Company'    'I'm
'   (ll'i.M'Vi'i     f  ft     '   **il<' '    )' ni '
,l||i es     I  I     nvtl     -eld InH'OUt'       •
('.in.:<,!;>    "it   V'lD   ,i   in %v   t'.'n i
i'-.i.i i.    " '
This vs, s  i,nl   the  i'i siil'  "i   .'
j  s1  is', in'i     i 'i'i t      The   (ii. <M
\V( si     j   ]',     p  t*.   he' 'II    ,1    ll- til'   !     I'I
Ce   7  ni ' ii-i n "s iti lour --.I'C-
ceoH-v-f* vears"
11107 A ') I'M IT J
T'iis 0 t.'l   70!
l.'ti i ') S'.l 'Vl-2
-him 11  '") ')Ti
POINT 'No   3
The      im i *.'ii'i',i's     ni      tin
( .' .   M-\V( se    I,)|i'   ,|, i'   till     *;ti, s[
n1'1 i r. ibif "I'm v    .trc   tn-.t    i
..'Iv   , ...i! i c 1   Mi ii ni ,•_:,   '  s      i
1  , !  i'•!.i ( yiu'd it-  7'     to S
tin   ,n i    -- in i .1   1 -     pi •!' ct '
\  "1 !'1     " n' 1 ll III     ilmt ii.1     i hi
i'UII  *   ,n| v  iii   i J
■.'!'  S
years a
Pills in
lo  ti   lit'
I   always  keep
the . house.
's   a   monil   fur
Many    a    child
i'   of   pain  and   *a
se ven
nd    ;*
Ooild's   Kiilnrv
vv n
its .kidneys   vyere ■nogleel vl.      A
heallb   a lid   psefnlfess   i*   rissuv.-.!
Kidneys' are  kept   in   onlcM"  with
Kidney   Pills.
,C 1 nf_:a• iiK'i-i'iisp. in ' Jnis'-tntss
in fni-i-c iin-.-i ns t li.-'.'l'■! Iii1.'tx'.l ii-y-
l-o'l.lers riii-' ph-Psn-el 'wiih M."-
pcili-ii-s t hi'.v'. .Ii.-ivn i-'iir "hriM.-.i
,-inti ;i]■'..• "'s'li'd' to veircw ' the •:
Tl c .(''a !','!>1i;t i' I'.-iis'tii'ss iti I'm- -r
ivl' the 'Mi-i'til-W's'Sl Life, in ■■t-.'.-i.*-
7"1 eiiiriii'j:  ! !'.-'i'  hy tavirlv  -"I 1.
lil'H)  (l.'t'll       -OlMS' b,-..'- fO--.!f7
Tin-   poll *i s   ni'    I'm'   fir
i j
' In vi   Lilc  a111  cli',',1-.   'ni*i'!
1 ' '    (In utiicnl -..  t nil I ii'imi:
• ii-s 'il.*   t.i tv°|!i _i s,      .\    [■ i,
' tl
Ei-<ibi] it .-    Cluu-e        sin
.iu mist    Mi* Mi'],, \     i  ,nii    j
''.   I'i      '    r     li    SI   .1*1         S     ■   I.'l' (ISP. t
ill   !''   i   v.    h nn. n     Ull'   ,,
_- _   _ -               _
\ i "• i   "     "i   11 ■ i i n i      -   i   1111
n   iv   ill  in '-i.i 'i nn nl      Vn ei' hi '
(       I) l(   i  Ol'    c   ii  ll|l ill V      il    s     111   ' I I
'  * I ■  M*l     I        .-*    1 ll 111    'fl (•    < .1 I ,l|-
x\is,   ! i,,
POINT No   7
■I: ■. r.'iiH'ins  ■ !i'"'s    p fl\ i id    an.-I
.'!'-* i'e| i;i'!i' }y    h's's    i-iis-    i.i.   sol!
*" ;-.si i - West   ,   r..,.-| |'|.    ,,,,! j -j,-s.     lie-
.■':ni*i' iho preitrrnnt rates ate the
i'l/\vc";t   pip!    1 !:o,  |,t'i.::!'s   run-   the
.   N'..i hi-tu'' *"ti'"i-oc.l*- ! il-ic sinon'ss
.  "   .   '   POINT No.   -">
T'lio nicvsl   impni-lil n!   t'n-'lor m
!>ri.:!il-iir_r- ni-nlils is 1 ho  in jot-.-s',
r-;.|... -■An   jp.-nm*'' ..!' ' vi t; -n..-n!s   »     	
in   '.liis  l-.'.sniv!'   v-.-ill   ci'.-ilili-  any 'j
("et.inp.-Miv in  c'loublu il.-  prc'tt.i j   P •!'•■>■ i-- -.-.!
Th.-  Oi'i'.-it-Wi-s;   Life's . iiiM't-i'sl, i   '.!'',",!   -i^-,. .
r,-itc'is  l-.i-rh-'f  ih.-in   tiiat   el' a".-' j   !,„.,'^
i.tb'pr   ('ii'inany  in   tli-   vvrhl. j   i ■. i i. - - (— is.--;
'POINT.'No.  S   '
Th- f,,|; ... ..!.■ ■"■ :-.':, ILI.USTRA
TION of th" .;.i7.:plea;;ial piolit.- !"•
: -r:   ":;  .1   : n   1 P ! '■■   .••■■:   '. ne   ::• >   I 'a \ in.-n;
POINT No   10
In     ' n_     !> 1      I'i *| i ill * *     ii
V     ^ *l
'       *l     I  -*       *       I d I   .,11 i |    ,
i i    . v '. '     sii.n; i :>is i   _ i -1
i.i        i   -
■"I |      ,    , ] ,     I , |   J J | •*. (   , -, |
\      IV        1    .   *| - ,
I M   > " i     ]     ' _ .  I *
\**i '* s ; pi * ' i , -,s ,  i*i
*    s '    I       -,     ,
POINT No   11
The. inne-e-ti.il.-* (if The l-Ircat-W-est
1,'t'e ..i'-e aii' cxper.i.onct'.l business
Vncii i-ai-i icitlin Iv". well . ,'j u.-il n'od :e.
'■ana./" .' .-.•.■.'■ p;i n v -•"-.INVESTING
"-\T THE WEST. .
A.   Mi..-.lot ai.i       '■  .1     If.    Prock-   '     '.
'     k     Mai! P.    ;-,    'Md : t-.-re
It.   T     li.i"-.-      '        M.'o.   ll.   i-.-.v!..     ■
A.   M.   X:.i!-.'-i,       'A-.'K.'-,,''-
(;.-,.,   W.    v I-,.-.,      :      v.   I-'.    Pl-n ,'-;■     p
I-';     v.   I- .,■",       .S-'r   -I'-. .-- :
ins.  Mas!,.   Pi. ,.   V 'r
Ifedil.-I '-.
- <'■'• .i-.'.s'.-J.i -- ai !-"■
..*'.-". ri'.i.s.", .s.t.".
lo.)'-  .-,'•-.p.i. .    1 i."'.-i
POINT No. 12    .
■ P.'-'ta-'led . fiurnres' e>::ibli.*hiiig' the
el. ■■ .- -lal'e.'o.-nt* a;., coup.in.'-I ai'
""• <;..-..■rem.-et Mine 'Hook on ' 1'-,
" ii' a in--., n '-.] in I :n- 1 'oiiiPa n \- '* re
for Mi" "1!M 1 Annua! ifepni-t. a a.I if
\ ...j -; a • i- .ia I'i- in' on! h, (■■"-;; ij.oe
* -. t' ■. i-1 - ■: i! 'oa   * 11«■ xx- i r i r_r  cost   and   !.(,..;"-
(its    ■.. iii    be    s"l!t.
.!    Mi'      (I
^xilM^M !��>*-"r*"  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMW2L**  -<  **(  v  ./ -*.  '*--<  '   V  ,/          i            ���  s-'v'-J. '  ,,          ,r                             j    .,  I? ?*"���!-  t4 Ferri  ,*' /  s'- ttft.iir !  R 3��Y I.-"*  .'..,  8" ��E J, ��� l   .   ��-     ���.            f  eci-K"1          . ,,e                          '  ��Jt-n        ll-'-  I-"���"'        .  .'. -        '       .  ?-v  ,y.",,  .,  \          J     ,  :,  '-���  Y ������  i  ->. "��� "��� "\   ""  i 1' ���  r> i i /  . ^   i  1        .,  '*.;'" .*-**���    '  5 l'i���      i     t  l  I-1,1-  /;  v  <1*   *��� . e  '���'f'l    "'    '���     -  Ire  \  ll'  i;  8  THE fiOYIE LEADER.  'tjPiibliBhed io thevnterest of the people  of Moyie and Eaet Kootenay.  VKi.��:   or   sunsci��isri.ot< ,   ,  Qna Year, . -*---  ���   #^*'^  FillDAY, MAECH'Sl. 1��U  Whenever you find a man find-  iaK fault with the loeal paper,  open it up aud ten to one he'  hasn't au advertisement in it;  five to one he never guve it a job  of work; three to one he does not  take the paper.; two to one that if-  he is a subscriber he isdeKnquent;  *ven up,,he never does anything  that will assist the publisher to  run a good paper and forty to  one that if the paper is a good  one and full of life, he is the most  .eager to see the paper when it  comes out.  And bmsw just to "break 0ie  r-monQtony .we are to liare' -a  coal strike.  Speaking"* ei"  eating tiiirty  ' iquail in thirty days, .old' Nat-  Goodwin   must  .get  terriWy  ���-tired' of wedding cake,        ���  ,   j  t " '  Tlaer.e   .areYien  wEo .will  '��� Avait   patiently ��� for   tlie , free  Juncli to"be -served  and ..then  .go home  asd .start  a'"rough-  liouse   because   dinner  'isn't  unready on time.  o    ���    ,_ b '     Y ,  The .spring   cleaning time  \'5s\   at   liand;-   and   everyone  '��� ..should  -,at ','least    clean' 'lip  'raroimd their o\m place.   This  is the way the streets of Jer-  ' "iisalem were Icept clean. 3nu>  ~  .cltreds of -years- ago,   and. -the  .-system, can  be"   worked   in  Moyie even to this day. ". ���  :6'  Ittootflifi.SlocuiD  disaster  ���to'bring'a reforme in  life-s'ay-  '     ing apparatus, it -took, the Ia��-  '   \quois disaster  to ' reform ' .lhe  , - building 'iaws,regardiiig , tliea-  Tie faultfinder  METAL   MARKET.  "New yiOeRji���iiar silver, 33 cts.  Lead $4.50.  London���Lead, ���12, 18s. 9d.  If you have trouble iu getting  rid of, your cold you. *nay know  that,you are not treating improperly. There is no reason why a  cold should hang on for weeks  and it will not if you take Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy., For  sale .by all dealers;  Do you know that of all the '  minor ailments colds are by far  the most dangerous?,' It; is, not  the cold itself that you need to  fear, but, "the serious diseases  that it often leads to.' Most of  these are known as germ diseases.  Pneuiuaomia and consumption are  among, them. Why not take  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  and cure your cold while you can?  For sale by all dealer*. ,.  ^PRINCE RUPERT  11IT1SIHI  V  y% EDMONTON  _ ^ PRINCE ALBERT; ;���-������"������   BAfTLEFORD ,!   ���:   ,       v  SASKATOON   ,  -  : ^MTm^  i .        , ti  SWIFT CURRENT j  REGINk-J-J  RANDOM  HLWWESTIY..I-J..--.���.  -wjLKmc .           ���     ,      j                                 - ,     /"        -���; ���  fcTQRlA   -     ��� ; '     ^c^t1BR0C,\_,_,,_.,J.--.:--.--^----'---^ --''���--  WINNIPEG  There are hundreds or more today than two weeks a  ,, ���   "   i ��� f   -,/.,-,'  -"The^progress of Kamloops is known throughout the West and ' the ��� increase Value . of/ invest-- -;  meats in the town aW fully appreciated,," The building of two.railways; immense sums ^ to be ex- '  pendedlby the Dominion and Provincial' governments, the city,' railway companies 'and _ private _ indi- ,  ^duals,will" reach the-enormous sunis of over $2,000,000," This means .rapid .growtfr -to ���the l town, y  'and rapid5growth in'values'. The time to make money is.to'-buy before that growth.'ahd values come,;r  Taking everything into consideration there is no better buy iu Kamloops thau-'Beekman's addition. ,  Toprove-our'fa'ith'we'are only'selling every,dther lotfor 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' are -at the, present ,  'time "There is no'such a,thing as luck in buying real estate, and ordinary judgement will/show, any/,  man that he 'must necessarily make 'money .in buying prdperty 'in .'Bcckmarfs Addition  at  this   time.  ' Onlv 12 blocks from the highest priced property in town.'.  /'  NOTICE  ,    -     ���__���       t  TeiiderE will ibp received by tbfe wvcjer- i  signed up to the 22nd day of April, J911,  at 5 P. M. far the ' purchase of Block  27, Subdivision of Lot Xo. 5-H, ��� Group  one, New, Westaninister District, situated  in the City of ^Vancouver, and bcihfr^ line  site of the olefi.Provincial Court House  Each tender must be enclosed in a registered letter and must be addressed to  the   undersigned,'land   plainly  marked  THE  Agents for East Kootenay  AQENGV  ^ i ��       i \  ;C0MPAN��y;::-:  XRANBROOK, B, C.  ���        *-     i       .  ,     t. i, ,i - -  <?  i. E. SIMPSON, QenerarAgent,    9:-      Box 279y Kamloops, B.C:  ters      aild-'nOW   'apparently    ltjl "Tender ior old Vancouver Court Howse  '    t      .    ' '-,',���-     c,r     . ISi'te," and must be accompanied   by   rsu  '-'  -Will take   -tlie   terrible   factory   aceeptecl,cheque for ten per cent of   the  ' '-fi^'  in    TvJpw   York''   to   SOCUreU1"1 payment of .the. purchase   money,  tire   m    l^c**      *����. Payment for tbe -jproperty   will   be   ac-  jproper laws'for the protection-  ,of life from fire in factories.1  ^Experience is a' good, teacher,;  but at( times a deplorably',  mostly ,one. ���.Spokesman-Re-,  -view.  r <**-   '    It .took some   ��hme   t��   put.  (Geo. H. Munroe   behind   the  '���bars for his  crooked dealings,  in connection with the sale  of  -.Canadian    Marconi   Wireless  telegraph stock, but he is finally there.    He is  now serving a- three -year  sentence   in!  the prison at  Altanta,   Geor-  :gia.-    He is' alleged   to  have,  '���secured over half a million  of-  ���dollars    -by    Ws   operations.  ".Even   the   Kootenays   got   a  ���share of the "bunk"  stock.  cepted in inatalaituts .of one-quarter of  the purchase niqney. The 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 rate of 6 per cent  per annum. In the .client of the person  whose tender is accepted failing to complete the first instalment within thirty  days 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 necessalily be accepted.'  No commissions of any kind will be  allowed.  '  WILLIAM  R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department .of Lands,  Victocia,  B. iC.  March ,7J.h, 1911.     '  The Capable Man  W. Y't GURD,  Land Act  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY  v* eeeeaeee beeeeeees _eee*&*e  I CHIIMOOKERS |  triliokcsmnn-ilcviovv.)  Girls ro to the' drug store in  ���search of a blond ideal, anel men  .go broke in the same purs-ui*.  TAKE   KOTICE   that   on   the    24th  clay   of   April     next   the   Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Company of Canada,  Limited, will apply to the Gold Commissioner of the Fort Steele   Mining   Division to   mark   out- under   authority   of  Section 109 of the Mineral Act, a   parcel  of ground described as commencing at a  post at the S. W.   corner   of   lot - 4419,  thence West 10 chains; thence  South   to  Lot 4416;  thence   Northerly   along   the  West boundaries of lots 4416,   4US   and  1019, to lot 4419; thence West to point of  commencement, containing about twenty  acies as a space for the deposits of   leavings and   deads   from   the   St.    Eugene  There's but one straight road to  success', and that is merit. 'The  man who is successful is the man  who is useful. Capacity never  lacks opportunity. , It cannot remain undiscovered, because it;, is  sought by too many anxious' to  utilize dt. A' capable man on  earth is more valuable than any  precious deposit under the earth,  and the object of a much more  vigilant search.��� Courke Cochran.  "When you have > rheumatism in  your foot or instep apply Chamberlain's Liniment and you will  get quick relief. It co9ts but a  quarter. "Why suffer'' For sule  by all dealers.  Moyie Hotel  f. F. JOHNSTON 2-rop.  This hotel is new and well finished.  The tables are supplied with tbe  best the market aflords. The bar-  is filled with the best brands of  liquors and cigars.  BARRISTKB. SOl.ICITOR,KTO.  CRA.NBROOK.  , J3. C  "Ki IT HERE smtX V)00!  I. O.O. FY  **.. -     '.���*  Wildey lods��No, 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings  in 'the  Miners'Union   hall. .   Sojour'ninK  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  E. L. Hutt,       ''  F.'J. Smyth,  JNoble Grand. Secr'y.  rcq"  V  Headquarters for  Commercial and Mining Men  Moyie    -      B- c  And now   comes    a    cynic    who   Group of Mineral Claims,   held   by  the  .suggests that the Mexican  war   i8   said Company under   grants   from    the  ���THE-  I  ibeing run by the. moving picture,  ���syndicate. '".���'..'���  7 Yes, Clarence, T. R. can come  iback; perhaps not back east, but  iback to the west.  Crown  Dated, Movie,.B.C., lStli March, 1911  THE CONSOLIDATED MINING &  SMELTING COMPANY   of   CANADA,  .limited!,. 7 '  "By C.H.McDougall, Agent.  II  DB8AUI.NIKR    BROS.    ropi.  Larue wimple room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodation.  y ������ Headquarters! lor   Commercial and MiningMen.-  'Queens, ave MOYIE  The old-fashioned girl , asked:  "-.JYit becoming?" The .new sort,  ^sksr'^s .it becoming the rage?"  Will Cut Oat Cnrzon Ic.  Land Act  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,  DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY  ���Hereafter Curzon .Junction  will'  ibe a .thing of the past at least   as'  tfar as the function as  concerned,  jfor the junction is now being   re-  ���movedito Yahk.     At present an  -extra gang is   engaged  in   widening the   road   and   doubling rthei  track audigreart activity .prevails-,  ,od all sides.    Themovriug  of  this;  {junction-to Yahk will be  a  Breat;  'accommodation to-theipublic -gen-)  ..erally as good   hotel  accomraoda--.  itions can be had at Talik.��� Cres-.  i jton JS'^ho.  TAKE NOTICE that Clarence II.  McDougall, occupation Mining Engineer! acting as agent for. the Consolidated Mining &. Smelting Co., of  Canada, Ltd., intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lanrl:--  Corninenciiig at a post planted at the  S. W. corner of lot 4419, thence West  10 chains, thence South to lot 4416,  thence North along the West boundries  of lots 4416, 4415 and 4049 to lot 4419,  thence West to point of commencement,  and .containing 20.acres, more or iless.  .Signed,  CONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELTING CO.  nyC. "H. MCDOUGALL, -(Agent.)  Dated .this It-Mi. day of .Kcbr.uary, 1911.  Dr. H. E,   HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and  Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall       Paper   !    Store  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook  O F. DESAULNIER.  DKAI.KIl    IN  , con I m  ���PROMPT DELIVERY.  QiUeeDJB' A-^a.     MOYIE  !i��24SER  ~(<ixnmtxitz]icw\  ' TiTat we are paying *  err4% lutereatr^  pcratmum creuiteu riiTbrf  onsavinfe oeposita^l-  & upward) subject ToWitH-  Srawal V cheque & *  r^ $% taeresrp  on X\m depo5\\a or-  S^liiori1[)is3 & over. *  Wc mvest moncf for cYienta  ia first mottles S&o a  ^enetcu ITnaTicialbiismesa.  %Jz wanfYour saving accnT  &, if you are no! sav/in J -*-  syaTernaTicailv, * - -*- ���*-  Commence MowWitHU5.  . Deposits *b"r mail ~^*r+T*'  -��--��-* easily tianoleo��� .  ��� ��� "VSoran acnd.ljy-" Draft,  PosfGffice '* egress  Oruer or Re^ereoT7^  ���"������IaiBtter & withdrawats  can. be maJJe^T*-*- * +  <- - dxvf way Y___ y^ - '.  Weare Responsible  Refer 10>*^* * * ���*���  :. Dun^Bradstreds,  or To auyone ta -*-  VflNGGtlVeRv  Write usaMftMay:  Doit now!! Ti!  Dovv,f%ER& Co Ltd.  321 ���ambl6 jStreet;  ^\^i\co'uver B.C.c>  St. Kugcne r.ortgo Nn" 37  ���r^f\   K. of P.  / ,/sfS \s.\  !   <_fjw   V I ' Meets every Thnr-iflay  evening    in    McGregor  hall ai 8  (.'clock.     Visiting brethren welcome  H. G. MACDOKALDi C, A. FoOTE,  Chancellor Com.        K   II'.  &.   S  Selkirk   Lodge,, No. H5  A. K.   &   A.   AI.  Regular meeting 3  on the "first Wednesday of each  month  Visiting' brethren welcome.  D.A.. Ayres,1  "W. M.  *' Amos Potter, Secretary (  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 w. F. of M.  . Meets in Miners' Union Hall ev.  ery Saturday evening. Sojourning members are cordially invited  to attend.  Joe  McLaren, James Roberts  President. Secretary  -: --'- =^&o'_i--^'''  . Dr. Ehrlich's Specific: or "606" is the only spedj  ever .discovered to cure blood' poison quickly ami sn  cessftilly. We have secured this remarkable specifi  "'606," ,s which has been fully tested and proved .to btj  POSITIVE cure for .the terrifying specific blood d|  ease. "606" i.s now in use in our lalvoratory. Kernel  ber, "606" has cured thousands of,"men in-liiirjj  most of them were cured after first treatment. We  experienced medical doctors and know, how to diasrmj  your case, using Von Dungern's JJlood Test.  Write for information.   .���*.''  < i^.ii-  Special treatment for all other diseases of men:  Nervous Weakness/ Varicose, Veins, Hydrocele, Blool  and Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Kidney, Bladder an?  Rectal Disorders, etc., and Contracted Ailments'.  i        ' .  Best Anatomical Museum In the Northwest.  Dr.  Kelley's   Museum,  y  ���'"-210-Howard St        '     ' .SPOKANE, Wash  ^yv^^v^/vw^^^v^^M^l^^^^Al^^AA^|^f^A^fV���''  '   STO-P AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  DR. F. E. MIELS  Dentist,  Cranbrook, a,  C.  George H Thompson,  .('������'Barfustbr,    SoLicitor  !    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