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 _^  -'. gT,.i in\o-il  r'-"  *��� ��� w        i. ���  . -  " vS-*'! ' 1'' '    '  ffj;irfi   X IttAY CO-SCRttlX.  /      O        j,   T  (J  r,  ->*4��*6>��  /:;-  Y/V V^\  r���i���^-f  V       '*-*  yj  . i.  :-:u,  jit-,i-.-./d 1*-'^-ior 's;'*e m  Y'i|i \m\a of town. Aisufrftore*.. houice  /' ��^d stables for lent.  0,  IF  a m  .I***'  ���_$  5 p.* ���/�����,-. t'" ^  i" &? {������* Ss: ir?  ��   1-4   / J I". ��� I-if  U   i.   t. I : M  ��  'a  J*?^JL=S&    .1  MOYIE, B.C.: MAY 2.1903.  SS A YEA-:'  1  ?f .BEAD ME OVEB.  !\-->*  lam a salesman. I- represent It.  CAMPBELL & 00. of .Moyie. No ^  doubt you have a good . many -light  weight salesmen trying to sell you  {foods, but none as light weight as I  am ; nevertheless I have brains.  ' 1 must talk, you must listen to me;  you cannot shut the up or throw ine  out. Hold on! Not until "you *o��k  iue oyer, as I'm not going back to  It. Campbell & Co.'s store any more;  in fact fjust left tht-rt*. But speaking-,  in all fairness about the bouse my advice to you is to scare up a fair sized  order aud go direct or send' to ii,  Campbell & Co.'s at once. Tt will be  filled accurately and delivered' promptly ; in fact you will bo .surprised what  ���sterling quality, and at what- low  prices you have purchased.  Confidently, 1,just repeat the  same  exact wordings .wherever  I   go;' and  -do you know that I'm   getting lots ot  business.    That's   why   they call, me-,,  the truthful little, salesman.   Thanks,  > I don't drink.    Good day.  ���7������������������������������*S���������-���������  ���%*'^^^'��*'"  IB-  CAfUDWi  K  OF   CO  m  ICE  Do-v >';l 1-,'ivor iJoiiu*,  /Pr.iiioHltlon.  J. J. Campbell, of t'hc Rail Mine.*,  smelter at Nelson, speaks very sensibly  on the lead bonus piopc-pUIon in tlio  Daily News, lie says that "A bonus  at best is only - a temporary measure.  I do not think lead raining men would  care to re-commence operations on the  strength of it. It may do some good  if it is granted, but the tariff, increase  is what is really wanted, and I, think  we should keep up the movement for  it until it is granted. ,1 do not desire  to be quoted as saying that that the  American lead trust is responsible in  part for our request being turned down  in Ottawa. Perhaps they had nothing  to do with tbe matter, but there is a  somewhat, remarkable coincidence in  the fact that while tho tariff." question  was in doubt the price of lead rose  steadily until nearly ��14 was reached,  and that when Mr. Fielding made his  tariff announcement, it dropped and  has'been on'the down grade ever t-inc-"9  "The smelters do not, want to cinch  the mui'e owners. More money, and,  therefore, more labor, is expended in  smelling a ton of ore than m getting  it out, und if the mining and smelting  industry gets in proper shape there  will be plenty of smelling competition  to keep the rates charged low enough  for all concerned. I think, there  should be no divisions in our ranks if  we aro to accomplish anything ,at  Ottawa. Dissentions arc certain ��� to  weaken our cause. If wc all work together the ' government is- bound lo  listen to us, and.in time grant the relief we aak."  METAL   MARKET.  New, Yokk���Bar silver, 5IU- cent.*--.  Lead, $4.67$. Copper, $11.75. Zinc4  (spelter) $5.75.  London���Lead, ��11, I7s. Gd,  fl.  Seven Cottages were Crushed Like  ,'    Buried Under Thirty Feet of Debris  "Rock .Still.Sliding..     *  !gg Shells and  ���    STOCK  QUOTATIONS".  Furnished  by Beale.  Hutchison &.  El well, brokers, Moyie, B. C,  Asked. Bid.  Crow's Nest Coal... ..?350.0O $310.00  St. Eugene         50 -     47 ,  North Star...-       '  1-i '.   12-J  Sullivan           5_ ,-1-  Can. Gold Fields.. ..          U H  Golconda     30 26  War Eagle           13 12  Payne           19 14 r  American Boy.....'.            5 4  Alberta. Coal Co        3.-30 ���  East G. N. Coal..   .          75 ���  St. Eugene Mountain          10 - ���  Can, Oil & Coal Ltd,       3.50 ���  Sales���3,000 Sullivan ;'200 St. Eugene.  Paid - Up Capital" $8,000,000'.  Reserve, ' , -   . -.     2,500,000/:  D31-osit3 Received.    Present Kate of Interest 3 per cent,  ftANBROOX BRANCH.. *��� C- MALPAS. MGR  Yr>* '������"A" ^"J-js-Tv5" -v- **-"���  i. ,..rw ^,JJ7-r--*J��^**'/mgJ-*-"  err* ^r. s^rvj-T* v. /Ji  x���rnr^rtrwr*****  *,T2*��^fc*3��l Tt.*/*^ =  "���/'���*>- "-'-/- -V  ���w -J,  !���  ZlA'- ���*���-/  V*,-/J  imbBriaif BanK ot uanao  'F  .^-1,000,000'  .$2,023,800  .^,'JSr),29S-  w,  CAPITAL, (Authorized)   '   CAPITAL, (Paid   Up)....,-.-  REST ' -   If^AB OFPICE/iOROMTO,   ONTARIO.  CBAHBftOOK BRANCH __ZZ��-T**'"  $  <r.  SAVINGS BE 'NlinMENT���Interest alluwed'on ileposifa.  Drafts sold, availablb in all  p.uts   of   Canada,   United, States  find  Europe.    Rnocial attention given- to collections.  F. H, MARSH, Manager.  ^���Kv^:^h^l^-;z^z__^^__^ x__&L&z-& rftrfu*^."-1  _A> S��<>!?i-.-e-A-.'3t-S-fz_rJi? &'  "1  <��  i  "?  -V: .Tc-rw Iri  �����  ���    't.   i?��4t$  yyII  *��Y*  mpm  l ~njX_v~vv*itMt ir* ���JmriaKXVSrr_^av\:Tr,w~K?��vt\������eTs �����<'> fT^  :f yott haVb a  LOT TO SELL;    , t  A HOUSE TO BENT,  MINING STOCK TO SELL,  Or if you wish to inv�� st  in any of theso conauU  FARRELL A SMYTH.  :,.5. ' MOVIE.  '   7*JW.M...I|.a-^^L^r. vz_,_n4_J>XL.r21>r*tl*tK''~_?_t2__TZ  JUcatli o' Eihvi'.Til I'urreU.  Wprd was received here this week of  the death of Edward Farreli at Summer Lake, Oregon, on April 21st.  Brain trouble, caused from an old accidental gunshot wound, was the cause  of death. , Ed   Farreli   was   ubfiut   29  vears ol aire, and was married last lie-  , i . '  cernber, He was well known in Moyie,  where he lived   for   considerable   time  with    his'  mother,   sisler   and   three  brothers.  . ^   , Cliiircti Services.  .rRKSBlTEniAif���Sunday school at 3  ,p.' m. Service in the hall at, 7 :3u p. m.  Subject: "Putting First Things First."'  All aro cordially invited to attend  these services.  T. A. i3KOAl*J!FOOT, Pastor.  ?Jjr.'i.'OJji:-T---S rivia,- .--chnol .it. o  p. m. Proi.ehiij;4 *x- Y.'.O o't-iouk.  .V.iL'je.-t: '-il: pi-nt j'"; for '.tie King-  dom of jlcivon Is at llnnil."  All afo welcome,  A. K. MARdlJALL, Pastor.  AU ln"UJ;i;li|t.;: 1V"-rr:.:.t Fji-'oi-,  ISoltlo.S  1: ir- \l:Acd with ;b^u::.-:i*jn. _.'. :a  Cli.unv.e;hMi'< i'.i'-n :-'dm :���' did. Jt  will n .[ .-oat /oti -I o'-'.i! ii ���-''��� ***'1"^ uo  good. Onv. applicntion will relieve  the pain. It also cures sprains aud  bruises iu one-third the time required  by oilier treatment. ''Cuts, burns,  frostbites, quinsy, pains in the' side  and chest, glandular and other swellings'are quickly cured by. applying it.  Every bottle warranted. Prict*, 23 and  50 cents.    For sale by all druggists.  A most appalling disaster Has befel tlie town  of FraiiK. On Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock  an avalanche of rock from a mountain over  4,000 tfeet high came tearing down carrying  de ath and destruction in its path., Eighty-  three men, women and children were buried-in  the ruins, "and seven residence cottages were  crushed like egg shells and huried under thirty  feet of rock and dirt, The debris covers a  mile square and is piled from five to 50 feet in  depth. The track of the 0..P. R. is buried for  qver a mile, and it will be several weeks before  it can be cleared to allow through trains to be  run. The danger is not all over yet, and many  of the inhabitants are Quitting the town. The  outside workings of the 'mines are a total  wreck.   There were no Moyie people hurt.  The latest roport is that the, people have  been ordered to leave town, A train was run  down there from Oranbrook to bring the people  away, but few took advantage of it.  A Farmer Cured of jniioumatism.  "A man living on a farm, near hero  came in a short  time ago completely  doubledi.up with rheumatism.   I hand  ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm and told him to use it freely and'  if not satisfied after using it he  need  not pay a cent for it," says 0. P. Raj'-'  der,of Pattens Mills', N., Y. "A few days'  later    he    walked    into   the  store  as  straight as a string and   handed  me a"'  dollar saying, 'give me   another   bottle  of Cambelain's Pain Balm.    I want it  in the hou.se all thc  time  for it cured  me.'���"    For sale by all druggists.     '    -  Moyie wns pretty well excited   when i those m the   mine   were   really  safer  lhe nev,-/-ii.��cbe.d here of tho  disaster. I than those on tho ouicido.  ior a lined, portion cf   Frank's   pcpula- j-workings of the mine   were  t,i���nis:na(lb:ip of   people   tv>.v'   h-r..-' i-.-d ir! \hf  clinics./   Theie  was 'no  lived   Irierr at   .-m,   timo   ui   a.i.ilh-i.'  ^iih>-,:r'r., v.-A   no   sigu   of   gas   was  The inside  not   dam-  ASSAIBB.J  NELSON,  ii. C  However, it was ?oon lea-mod th.'.t r.u  one from hero was afl'ected.  One of the saddest cases was that of  Alex Leitch, bis wife and four children  who were killed in their home, only  tho three smallest children escaping.  Leitch was a brother of Archifa Leitch,  the Cranbrook lumberman, The  'bodies were brought to Cranbrook for  burial. -  The cause of the disaster waa not a  volcanic eruption or an explosion in  the mine,'as rias at fiist reported. , It  was a huge slide. It was of such dimensions that the clouds of dust were  taken for smoke, aud the minor slides  coming down Inter on vert? tP.keu for  inside explosion*!.  The whole east eud ol the mountain,  ���^IMV-  <s  tfurnisi  s~  If you waat-ynytM-igel B&m. ��^'neat. go to  v.(-"V7"^rr ���to' ������rsr ^"fe -';  -  Me leading ,��a&^aM cient^^Y  **,wj-\~mMi��.nawjiwTMir-TiSrfwg;  Shoes,  %_��hJL  if ^  "VI   7  Ho  The latest thing in  ���:;��� Boots'ai ft..  ��� Hats aiMeapsj  ;'.-'!-0iaisw  kl    Hy  ^ ^ ft  La^o sample rooT^>,cQhnect|o|  with housbior-commercial men., boot  ob accommodatioho. ���  -y  l'."-.- *,,i -.......-'. ���,.  cind fr*.ntag Mes.,  -..uticiid by the entombed minaiB until  t..vo o'clock in the afternoon. Thoy  worked thoir way out through 30 feet  of rock; timbering as they went.  D.-J. Elmer, who was east a fur as  Macleod, returned home yesterdiiy.  Ho came on tlie train to the rock  slide Thursday and had the experience  of walHug over Ihe two miles of dc-bris  to take the train again at Frank.  "One cannot exaggerate or overestimate tne magnitude oi the avalanche,"  said Mr. Elmer. "It is simnly iiulis-  cribablo, and one must seo it to realize  the situation thoroughly. It is estimated that fully 1,000 feet off the, top  of Turtle tnouutain slid down into the  valley. So great was its force that it  tore away the tipple at the mine,  pvoked up square timbers, steel rails,  car wheels, etc., and carried them 300  ! fest upon   the   opposite mountaio a.  I mile and a half away.    Even -portions  1 .... ���     ..    _ IT          _ C���   ....   .1 . ,   ,-. ll.A-��  LOGAL NEWS.  o (  "Barney" Wilson;   the violinist, is'    ,  now over in Montana.  Archie McDonald, left  last Monday  for ^yest Kootenay, ��� '���' '  The lire brigade will have a meeting"  next Thursdriy evening! !    ','  .   Constable Drumniond has returned ���  from Fernie to remain.       - ���    '  t" '  Fathor Wagner held service in the  Catholic church last Sunday.  There is some talk Of 'getting up ?".  log rolling contest, and oilier sports for  the 2*lth oi May.  Mis's Crossman was up-from Cranbrook i this week visiting with her  sister, Mrs. A. McF'ailane.  Miss Attwood left Sunday ior Chi,*  cago, where she will remain with her"  brother during the brimmer.  , Just jot it down in your niemoraii*  dum that iu tlio spring of 190Y the ,  last of the ice in Mpyie lake did not &q  out until Sunday, April 20tb,  It is well to bear in , mirid .that all  Freo MineiiV Oerlificatos cxpiro ori  May 31st. P. 15. Hope is deputy riiin-  ing" recorder for the Moyie district and  can issue yoti a n��w oue.  Owing to the unregtilarity of thc  trains Mr. Armstong did not come t,q  Moyie yesterday to hold an election of  tiro wardeno. - M.iss f/aDeil and M"iss  Scott did not gi\e their entertainment .  for tlie same reason.      ,      , :  Mr. A. E. Marshall tells of.mi eircep-:  tiouaily large dead fish embeddcd.in a  block of ice wliicli was washed ashore  near1 Sirdar - a short time ago. It  measured-seveii, feet .in length and  was thought to be a :sturgeo,n. ^ t^was  one of ,.the largest fish ever beeh in  Kootenay lake.  extending from   the   tipple   east, has ( ^ ^ ^ ^ ^     ^^^^   gone out. It was four thousand four j of lhe xjyer j.eii WGrG found up thore.  hundred feet high aud slid across the j Some of the boulders aro as large as a  entire valley. �� Tho slide extended | house and must weigh hundreds o[  from a uoint within   -.00   feet   cf  the  tons.    31ost oi" the   dead  were killed  while they slept and never knew   what  ..j.*-** ~ --- -- -.-,_,     . ,   , happened them, and the percentage of  half mil'ss east.    This tract is  covered ��� iujured is very small,   ^ery few bodied  Y   " _ _ .    '; i: ' ' f.J       1-    '   . yAAm..������,l    .   ���,,    ttirtrr     rt v/V ]\ M *rJ Qi*J  Frank staiion lo a point one  and cue  with rooks of all Sizes  The entrance to the mine -was .completely blocked and 17 .��� miners, were  entouib.ea,   After   hours   of  dreadful i  have been recovered, as.they are buried  udder tons upon tons, of rock,.and-ydu..  might.aav/ell hunt for a needle;-i-a -ii  haystack as try to'locate  thein. . Ouce   iu -a while aii. arm or a,   leg   is ��� found $  suspense,  and   what   becmed  hoping | but that ia all!-- ���   ,/ ,       ���-.,"  .again^:.hop3,i5.of.,tho-  men  worked!  Y'There  were eome .nriraaulous (SS-  fa .      -     .     ,'.    -,���'-,-���"   ���     i-   i    fl canes.-   In the stable'v/hero-L'-L/head of  their was out, but tho other two-died ot ^J.^ ^Qd muU;3 were chopped.to bitSj  v. ,,->���, ;,*,..     wi,,*.,-, (l.n'ha .first   man ,-ft ^j^ 1T.0nths- old -pub. escaped without  su.VocationY When .Ill's-the  matj.e his appearance  outside the shaft  such a -i.hoiit and waving ol hat*}, such  claspiugof   bauds. aiid   welcomes as  a'KEATJL/Y   AKAKMBD.  ,.     i      ;'  .-��� -.- :������ ���   .     v     i  >....,Sr  By a.V-qr'-Astap.i CoucU,.bptj r/csriiatii>.OEtIy  Cr.rad   vy Charu'berlcin's Coilgli.  ����� %.    .Hotnedy,,      .;..,,   ,;  Mr! H. P. Burbage, a student atlaw!  in Greenville, S. C.J had boon troubled  for,f6us; or five ybaro with a continuous  oough winch he si\ys, '!geoatl>; alarmecj  me, causing me to fear that I was in  the first st.ige of consumption," Mr,  Burbage, having seen Chamberlain's  Cough Semedy advertised, concluded  to try .it. Now read what he says qf  it:. "I soon felt a remarkable change  and aftery using two .bottles of .the  twenty-live, cant sbe, was.pbrnianently  ciired."! ��� Sold by all druggists.  Why you should'buy  -     ,   fOBACCO-;   7  BECAUSE it is the BEST.quality,,  took  place   can  bettor . bc  imagined  ii scratch.   .'A .child-was picked up un-' ^^.^^y^^, .H -- ���-. .���-*.*!*���-  liur'ttwo blocks from where its  pai-euts'   ^(jAUSE   it   is   the   most  wore killed and their home smashed to - '-: . .chew.,-. ��� -���������    ���  kindling. -..'..- .-   -...  "As to advancing a   tiieory  foi  LASTING  jBECAU3F;A;iy is, lhe , Lakgi2ST high  acHef]  4,  YjXEIT   fA'BTAW,  :-\OYUi,  %im  1  } Ipjjl*'  fe^^l^^  aQflonaio  than described. .The whole town was  down to.'welcomo Ihouc v/liom.- thev  never i.'xpeeted .to tree again, Paddy  Morris and '^ed".Charles -Farrcjl, both  kuowiiin ���Movie,   were   ainpngsf  the  rcsoucd, t>-   the.iiiine   workings,   which   .I  am  One of I'm*-'rivvieii huiml lr-a  'hoiirto" told    occurred, or  ucrhaps  from  the  covered'with nn:Y and   his  wife   and I slaving of the lime in the- mirk fonii-  "As to advancing a   theory, lor  tho j   f J: . .    ;  . grado 5. or 10c plug,  cause of the catastrophe 1 do not feel j i>j:'o a TJSElths TAGS are; valuable fo.  competent to do so.    Many  in  Frauk j .. '   \���.. _ ���pMmjums viiatil Jan.l.-lOOti'  .even up to the prsseut contend, it- was- BEC'lUSE we guaramt'bb every plug,  it volcanic eruption.    I am incliDed to    ,     .    ,    ^and 7    , '  believe, however,.that -it7\yas  a.;slide, j ij;jjjoa1JSE your de.'iler' is' authOrzied  uCrhavis 'started from a  slight settling r~~*-*��~..-.v...-��� >..������..'......-->��*��>'  -    - ��� ������ ��� - *  -    ���     ��� to. refund   ypltr   money   if  vou are hot satisfied.  i.<r.-f  i** *dix  children   killed. .It   yroved   Ui.iil.otwu,'  , WW' <T^I��*W  ,T--'.t' BMi-t.nB Tokacco Co., Ltc..  ���:*\ i. a
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Alden was standing by a barred window looking out, into a narrow, dark
court, with a dead wall on the opposite side. There'was nothing to attract a rational man's eye, but Alden
continued to stare even after Machine
and the lawyer entered the room. Lie
turned, however, when Captain ,Neale
greeted tho two men by name. At the
sight of Aldeu's face Maclane, who
was advancing toward , him, stopped
, short, lt is not the barrier between
them which keeps the spectator in the
menagerie, from—intruding upon the
privacy of tho caged tiger; It ia the
look Iu the creature's eye.
"Good evening, sir," said Alden
quietly. "I am surprised to see you
here." '      '        ,
Maclane started, at the sound of the
voice; it was so different from what he
"My daughter told me . there- was
some sort of trouble," he began.
"It was Very kind of her," said Alden.
"You probably heard that Mr. Alden
was  under arrest,"  said  the  captain.
''That isn't so.   He's held as a witness.
There's no charge' against  him.    He
and I had a little disagreement about
, what-was the right thing for him to do.
You see, he doesn't understand ruy position.    I'm held accountable in these
cases.    But I don't want to make no
trouble for no man," he went on, with
that profusion  of negatives  which   is
often an ornament of his language In
moments   of   earnestnesB,   "and   if   I
could see a decent way of letting him
go without getting myself Into trouble,
why, I'd be glad to oblige him and his
- friends." .,
"Permit me to consider the legal aspect of the case," said the lawyer;- sitting upon* a corner of tha table that
'was In the middle of the room and facing Neale, while the others" were behind him.
There was silence of half a minute,
and then the lawyer got upon his feet. ,
"It seems to be perfectly simple^" he
said at last,    ,
"If you say so, that settles it," replied Neale, rising and walking toward
the door." "Sorry to have troubled you,
Mr. Alden.   Good night."
And he bowed as the three -men
walked out, Maclane weak and trembling with excitement, Alden perfectly
. mechanical. As they passed the sergeant's desk the lawyer discovered
that he had left his cane in the captain's room, and he returned. He was
absent about five minutes, at the expiration of which time he joined Maclane
upon tlie < sidewalk Alden was not
° there.
"He has gone to theYiospftal in our
cab," 'said Maclane. "The man is in a
trance. He scarcely spoke ten words.
What detained you 7"
"The captain was showing mc a
present thnt he had rjust bought for hi?
little boy," replied the lawyer. "It's
one of those iron banks. 'That'll make
him thrifty, like his. father,' said"the
captain. So, to encourage the child,"
sinking his voice to a whisper, "I put
$300 into the bank while the captain
was looking out of the window'. Perhaps you didn't notice that I counted
some of my fingers as I sat' on the corner of the table; not so many as I had
expected, but Neale was really glad to
get rid of him. It's the, easy way all
"Only   $300!"    exclaimed    Maclane.
"Well, that teas easy."
ana   rtrencia's    last    glimpse
them obviously crestfallen.'
►She had been somewhat lightened In
spirits by the absurd comedy played
by these dull witted men. It "bad ended, however, and the real significance
of the drama again asserted itself.   '
The reception room of St. Winilred's
*!s lofty and bare, and there was a chill
air in it even on that sultry June evening. Brenda observed that the place
Inspired her two companions with a
vague terror. The maid was,seized
with, a visible trembling, and the stalwart James shifted his heavily shod
feet upon the floor, arousing singular-
•7 loud echoes that seemed to affect
him unpleasantly..
The attendant who had shown tbem
in returned after some minutes' absence with two men. one of whom'
Krenda had seen in the hall'ns they entered. Ho was the-typical hospital phy-
1HE EVF.Nir-.T--  MY MM.
room."   lie   hurried   on.     '• You'll-£iu! l
that everything in  the work!  is being-;! 	
done for her.    Shaikwego in?" ' 1mA night I lu-n.-.l a-im* ch
Tlie other physician then came for-;   A txyum hvti-'n   Una- moili
In  20 years the  number  of far tor- f
ies   in  the     United      Stales   for     (lie
I.   {u   JtftJ.v   an.i,!,,,,.,,,,
lowed to f;o  faster -•'
^SV^^^cl^ the way to St. Winifred's with Brenda
Mr. Barnes and Mr.
Ilaggerty exerted
themselves to be entertaining. By way
of opening a conversation and showing
that personal interest which a ludy always appreciates Mr. Barnes mentioned the singular circumstance that he
happened to know a man who had seen
Miss Maclane that afternoon. Ho wondered whether Miss Maclane could
guess where it was that this man bad
seen her. Upon P.renda's acknowledging that she was unable to solve this
riddle Mr. Barnes kindly gavo her a
"If you could'remember where you
were at precisely ten minutes to 3," he
said, "why. that would settle it."
Brenda smiled  at the great astuteness of Mr. Barnes, but she declined to
be led Into a review of her movements
that  afternoon.     Mr.   Haggerty   then
struck into the conversation with the
remark that it was curious how people
could forget where they had been, and
he instanced the case of a young lady
who  had lost an  excellent alibi  ln a
criminal affair through the error of not
taking the police  into  her confidence
at an early" stage of the proceedings,
whilo,the facts were fresh in her mind.
Brenda,  suggested   that   perhaps,  the
lady   did   not   fully   trust   the   police,
whereupon Mr. Barnes asserted warmly that that was the greatest mistake
possible to a human being.
"Always trust the police," ho said.
"Guilty or innocent, It's the only thing
to do." I
At the hospital it became immediately evident that Barnes and Ilaggerty had encountered a mysterious and
formidable obstacle. They were about
to accompany Brenda into the reception room, and she had begun-to fear
that they might never leave hor while
she remained in the building, but for
some Inscrutable reason they vanished,
"21i.s Maclane!" she cried, in .a weak
sician of the popular conception. Brenda noted only that he wore spectacles
and that his upper, lip* was very thin
and rigid. In his companion, Brenda
was rejoiced to recognize a young doctor of her acquaintance, Sumner Kendall. She advanced hastily, with extended hand..   ,
"Dr. Kendall," she exclaimed, "I had
no Idea you were connected with-St.
Winifred's. I have come to see Miss
Miller. Is she conscious? What has
she said?"     ' . -
The physician seemed to be laboring
under considerable embarrassment He
took Brenda'3 hand with a quick, nervous movement, and he clasped it harder than the forms of polite society permit. But he did not meet the young
lady's eye.
"Our patient' is conscious." he said.
"She has an excellent chance of recovery. Indeed under- ordinary circum-'
stances there would be small cause for
alarm. To our great surprise, we find
that she .does not know who Inflicted
the wound. It may be only a lapse of
memory due to shock, but I myself fear
That she will never ba able to answer
the question."    '
"She does not know?" echoed Breccia.
"You must understand," said Kendall, "that the assailant stood behind
her. He, whoever it may bave been, is
supposed to have entered the room
while Miss Miller -was out on the balcony.' I have had the place accurately
described to me. In tbe corner of the
room near the eastern window there is
quite a large closet Perhaps you noticed it."
Brenda inclined her head.
"The assassin may have hidden himself there," Kendall continued. "Miss
Miller remembers "stepping into the
room through that eastern wixrtuw,
and she knows nothing of what happened between that moment and tho
time of her awakening here.'"
"She will live," said Brenda-    "She
will remember some day."
"She can never remember what she
did uot observe," replied  Kendall.   "It
may be that she neither saw nor heard
the assassin.   As to lhe wound, I hardly know what to say.  Tlie knife entered  between tlie first and  second ribs
and passed downward Very close to tlie
body wall.   Ordinarily it would be almost    Impossible    to   inflict   such    a
wound.   The assassin must have been
singularly    ignorant   of    anatomy    to
-strike downward at such a spot, for the
chances were a thousand  to one that
the  bony structure  would  protect the
vital   parts.    The   knife   should   have
cleared   the   first   rib   nnd   hit   fairly
against the second. But it huppens that
Miss Miller received an Injury on this
precise spot years ago, as a result of
which  the  first  rib   is  somewhat  depressed.- Thus the murderer was favored  by an extraordinary  chance.   Ills
idea was, first, to escape being seen by
her, and, second, to strike at the front
of the body  while standing behind in
order to avoid the blood that must follow  the blow.   Having struck, he undoubtedly supposed that ho had reached the heart, and only a miracle prevented.  Our ambulance surgeon believed that the wall of tho heart was punctured aud that a clot of blood was stopping the wound, as happens once in a
million times.  That is not the case. Not
only did the knife miss the heart, but
It missed the arteries in a way that only divine Providence' can account for.
So the first effusion of blood was not
followed by the fatal drain that might
have been expected. Do I make myself
clear-?"  .
"I understand enough," said Brenda.
"I know that she may recover, and I
thank God with all my soul."
There was a pause, during which
Kendall's embarrassment, that had
been less noticeable while his mind was
bent upon a description of Elsie's in-
Jury, once more asserted itself. Brenda
observed that his face was flushed and
his forehead moist and she was puzzled.
"Have you told her that I am here?"
she asked. "Does she wish to see me?"
"We have not mentioned it," he replied,  "but you need  have no hesita-
tJrPS.    Wje have given her a very ijlce
ward, and Brenda gave hiin her ban.'1,
though Kendall, in the extremity of hi*.
embarrassment    forgot   to   utter   the
form of presentation.
■   A   straight   and   long   corridor,   the-
Icngest, as it seemed to Brenda. that
mortal architect had ever designed, led
rearward to the part of the building in
\vhich Miss Miller had been sequestered.    Kendall led the way, and his colleague walked behind.    For tho third
time that day Brenda experienced the
sensation of surrendering her volition.
Tho hospital became a prison; she was
being marched to  some deep cell  beyond the reach of rescue or the light of
day.    Then, In a moment, she saw Dr.
Kendall open a door and step back that
she might pass before him.
Brenda's first glance happened to fall
directly upon the face of the patient,
and she cannot truly be said to have
seen anything else In the room.    The
bed  was only an  indistinct splash  of
white.     The   bare   walls,   the   plainly
curtained window, the nurce in profile,
motionless as a figure on tapestry, entered into the feeling, but not into the
view of  the  scene.    She  beheld  only
that sweet and sad little face, so pretty, so maidenly and. tender.    And the
real essence of this despicable crime,
the   inconceivable   inhumanity   of   if.
seemed to speak straight rlo  Brenda's
heart in that language of nature which
is without words!
Elsie's brown eyes opened wide.
They had been half closed, and she
had been looking at heaven knows
what; nothing- iu that room surely,
nothing that ever had been anywhere
perhaps. They turned to Brenda with
utter surprise. , ,
."Miss Maclane!" she cried in a weak
voice,' but distinct as the (one of a little
silver bell. "Vou have come to see
me! How'kind'of you!" Then suddenly. "Why did you do It?"
Brenda sank upon her knees beside
the bed'and took Elsie's hand.
"It .was an Impiilse-ra mere impulse,"
she said; "but I am very glad I .-am*-.
I am so sorry for you. I am a g*J0J
nurse. I have been taught Will you
let me stay here with yeu until you are
well?" , *
Two tears gathered In Elsie's eye3
and glided slowly down her cheeks.
Her lip quivered like a child's.
"I shnn'.t get well,", she'said.  "I don't
want to."
And then the tears came very fast
n-ji   *• iig
.*.   i.m-e,
and  still  i  li.'Mi-  tjii* iv!ior*,  i-.iiji'
Of  thvir   sweet   iiu'io.ij.
dny  and  S   by   nigh*.
manufacture   oi*   electrical   plant   bus
increased  fiom  2G  to  iiSO,   and     tlio 	
annual output    has     increased     l'roin \     It,  is only  Re< i .■*.*.,,
for Jive mjii.'ii-s  t.','
I   paused   beside   ihe  joiie   lo   lif.ir
Their  song and  wutea   liitui tlir*'Ui*li tha
And  ifi-Mr fr«-*,ti   voices,   sweet ana clear,
?iUl_- back  my  y^uta  ouc*e luorc.
Affair,   about   my   df.ir   mother's   knee,
We fathered at  the c-kse of da.*',
Chid  p'.l in gowns of  wliiiie,   that fc.be
ilijfiu  teach us how to pi-Ay.
And  when  cur  little  prayers  were  said,
Wc  sim/;  -if-Mln   c.ii- I'vezii/i; .-oligr—
rue &,»% thai   lieoihir  alwa.v-j   led—
Unheard, uh ine! m> limg!
I jicnrd  denr  fiiilic-r's mellow buss,.
And   ilNtii-  M.'ir.v's  ;i!to  low,
And  Will's -sweet  tenor,   and  the  place
Was  life's O-Jd   I-oii-.;  A no'.
"Oh, may the eve of life lie sweet   ,
And   tills  fab-   eiidi'ijj  -i   iho   day,
And  m.iy   wo in  Heaven's   liio-ming   meat,
Xo more  'Good  uijditJ'   to  mi.v."
Ijcmg, Ions "Jro the son-,' was sting,
for  the  hist  time  at  mother's   knee,
Am.1  though  we -ire  no  longer young,
"J'i.s   fre-sih  in   memory.
Kor-.-et  It?     Xever,   while  I live,
Cim   I  that dear .eld song forijet!
Of all ''the njoiiKp.ic*  years  can   give,
lt  la  trhe  dearest   •• > i!
Kljen   13.  K ex ford.
ji;r;2<t,000  In   JLJd.0OO.00O.    The  <-u]/-
I i.tal invested in this business is .ClO,-
1    A  full-g^ov-m    elephant     can  carry
three \.ons  on hia back.
Last vea>-
" t'<';.i
." it -.
C,870,00o (jtif,"
2,(550,000,000 cigar^..
• f.ctyred  hi   the r-Hiv-d"    "
Teil of Shrivelled Arteries and Exhausted Nerves  The* v   '
You  of Approaching Paraiysis  or &b.Iap;e - o*, ^Y
Nerve Food the IfBost Potent Nerve Restorer*.
The    sufferer    from    nervous head- [ of the blood  and, ere.tt;,,,.
-      CHAPTER VI.    ' '   '
S£S3<^2S^|HEN one Is In the valley   of   thc   shndow,
ago    and    experience
may    furnish    many
reasons   for   desiring
to go farther In preference   to   returning.
As   a   rul°.   however,
these reasons are swallowed up in the
Instinct" of ,Iiviug and  in  th« int^rear
one takes- In one's own struggle wltb
the dark angel.    A physician will heai
mnnv   people   say   that   they   do   not
wish to recover, but most or them wl!j
wait until after the danger Is over be
fore giving utterance to words' which
tlie supernal powers may take too serl
Dr. Kendall was not in rhe least prepared to hear such an expression from
tills particular patient.   lie would have
said   that  she   was  one   who  enjoyed
life, every minute,of it.    Certainly she
was as .full„ of   natural   vitality   as  a
young   fawn   in   tho   woods.     Plainly
Brenda was at least as much surprised
as Kendall, and the physician awaited
her response with 'critical interest.   If
she should ask an explanation or offer
an argument, it would show Una she
had not the instinct of the nurse.     It
was in the nature of au examination,
and Brenda parsed it with great credit.
"If you will tell me I may si.-iy." she
said;  "I   will  do  something  that   will
make you feel much better."
''You know that I want you to stay,"
said M.«ie. "It. was vory. very j;<jod
of you to come, and I thank you truly."
"Such being the case," replied Brenda, "I am going to fix your hair. One
moment, while I make myself ready.
And now," sho added, "don't move;
not a muscle. See, I can reach it without the slightest trouble."
And with cool and steady hands she
arranged the brown masses in wliich
there lurked a'stiange glow like red
gul-l in (lie sun. Il was cle\erly done.
Klpie felt the c-an's^hig hands, but they
were so deft that not a treinur reached
tlie wound. Ur. Kendall, observing
| clo.'soly, nodded his licixl ns one who
considers a question satisfactorily settled.
"Such  beautiful  hair!" said  Brenda.
"Vou must be very vain of it."
But Elsie averred lhat she did not
care for dark hair; it was so common.
She would much rather have Brenda's.
"The entente conliale is now fully established," said Kendall. "Miss Maclane, the patient is in your bauds. I
Khali expect her to be playing golf iu
about a week. It won't be necessary
for you to as.sist me any further. Dr.
Johnson," lie continued, addressing his
Ii,lert/*llii^ fac'ts (Joiiij/iicil   1)}" a  I'risouor
— A   C«:"i'»-<"*   Ci/py ul' Jii*» (Jioat'       i
Wiirt.- JJililc C'nrio.*itie*.
It ia   well  1 n ;v.-ji-that  tlie  number
of   letter'.--,   W'.iruK,   \ ei sc.->,   etc.,     con-
iiiiii'.u in  the Lible ha.-, e  been counted,  but  by whom,  when or win-re', is
not  generally   known.   "Treat's   publication,   entitled   "(Juriositus   of tlie
I i■; 1 o,"' speal-.s   of  tlie  occurrence    as
being     of   Spj.ii.sh    origin,  and  that
the     l'riiru-o s,, of    t.'r.iimda,      fearing
i.s. nilion,   cuii.si.-d ., the   arrest  of    the
supposed   would-oe.  usurper,   and     by
order   of   the JSpi.*ii*-h   crown" he   was
tin own into an old  prison called  the
place   of  SMiils,   Mtualed   in   Madrid,
where  lie was  confined   for 33  years,
with    no    other companion  than    the
cats, mice"and other vermin that frequented  his dismal,-coli.
Dining his- confinement he counted
the letters, etc., lontained in1 the
Bible, and scratched tho several
numbers ou the stone walls with a
nail. When his jvork was discovered
he was furnished with writing uten-
nils and ordered to make a copy of
the results of his long and tedious
task, and, .on its being completed,
he  finally  received  his liberty.
The following ,is u. correct copy of
his gieat  work: -  ;    ,
Tho Bible contains 3;'56G,480 letters, 773,746 (wim:s, 31,173 verses,
1,195  chapters  and  66  books.
Tho word and occurs 10,084. times,
the word ,Lord 1,853 times,' th«
word Jehovah 6,855 lines, and the
word reverend but once, which is in
the ninth verse of the, 111th Psalm.
The middle verse is the eighth
verse of,the 118th Psalm. The iilst
verso of the seventh chapter of Ezra contains all tho letters of the alphabet,, except the letter j.'
The finest chapter to read is the
26th1' chapter- of tho Acts of the
Apostles. The most beautiful chapter is. tho 23rd Psalm. The 19th
chapter, of II. Kings, and the 37th
chapter of Isaiah are alike.
The four most inspiring-, promises
are to be found in tho sixth chapter
of St. John, 37th verso, and 14th
chapter, second verse; also 11th
chapter of St. Matthew, 2Sth verso,
and  the 37th Psalm, fourth verse.
ache and .'dizzy spells    never knows
I what minute he may   fall helplessly
a victim of vertigo  or paralysis,   for
: these    symptoms    tell    of    depicted
nerve colls   and  a  wasting  of,   vigor
; and  vitality. .. **
j     Other    indications   of nervous     exhaustion     aro     troubles     of     sight,
: noises in. the cars,, sparks before the
; eyes, stomach troubles, sleeplessness,
■ cold  hands and  feot,   restlessness,   ir-
i ritability,     weakened,   memory,,    lack
I of energy  ano. enthusiusin,,  muscular
! weakness,       fainting    spells',     bodily
; pains  and   aches,   and   tired,   languid
l and  despondent  feelings.
j     Nervous'diseases  aire   most    dread*-
-ful'to  contemplate,  because     of     the
j frequency" with    which they    end    in
paralysis,  locomotqr ataxia, epilepsy
insanity.    Ail movement'of the body
or, its   members   is  controlled   by  the
norves,' and   henc«*    it    follows     that
paralysis  of  some  form  is . the     natural  consoquencf  of   exhausted     and
depicted   nerves. '   -
Dr. (.-base's !Nervo Food cures dizwy
spells,   headuchrs   and   all 'symptoms
Mrs.  ilann
Mrs.  ilanrr.  8 Leonard ave
ronto    says;-" For    •■    „„„;
years J. h;r.e been trwi^-,..,
weakness and faintin
vous, sick headaches, ,-,,,,
my nervous, system s-i-i,v._ \
an exh.aui.led condition /
depressing feelings \*.oi,i(i Cl),^
mc at times, and 1 'u-,,^','
discouragul and despond, ..j "'
a course of treuLie..,!.."'
Chase's Nerve Kood I do
tate, to pronounce it
medicine for ' wi*a'-.i,e-
kinds. it ht's been of ,-
fit to me, for my ue--,,s
steadier, and di'/.yJu.-*
spells' no lonuer troiib
system has hem >.<•
up "
By notimj yor.r w.'-i,..
Br. ('huso's Nerve
prove, tiu't henlthy, ,,.,,„ ,;tl,,
linn niuseles , are beinj ,i,!i;clj"•'
body.. (Jriiduaily ' and ri'!'',,irii.
system is built up, -unl ^■> mrit'ij
disease give wuy.'ff, IhmI-Iv
and   vigor.   50   cents
■''-1  Fi.
I' '/Di!
of  nervous    exhaustion by_ ' actually j for Si-.f50,  nt  all-dt\>.l
increasing   thc  quantity  and    qualify <" son,   Baler A .Qoj-u\}
X    ll(l\".
r-»~m».»w3|.»i^--W*- *•**.
, Tho De WeLl Clinton engine built in
13-". L had a boiler pressure of 80
h.s. to the square inch. Now steuii.-
ship- boi!ei.*r are made to stand, a
pressure ol 2i2,r-. lbs. to thc square
The wonderful newly discovered
substance, radium, from. which u
constant invisible emanation takes
place, is capable of sending its rays
through fro'-.i eight ,fto ten inches of
solid iron. ''<■
Are   You   Going
Compete ?
'   It   is   est ■Hinted     that,   in   London.
49 per- cent.  o>  davs are wet.
i *•       ,
Tho natives of India never allow a
fakir—of whom there are 3,000,000
who  live by, begging—to starve.
, >«ith«r iViii- Nor Favor.
... .. ' ,
A tactful, refusal is sometimes hard
to compass-;     yet , a    ''no"   may con
Then* will also be offered :—
Three Prizes at Bran'
Fair in 1903.
The longest verse ia the ninth
verse, eighth chaptor of Esther. Th«
shortest verso is the 35th verse,
11th  chapter of St.   John.
Thero are 10 chapters in tho book
of Esther, in which the 'words, Lord
and God do not occur. Tho 8th,
15th, 21st and 31st verses of the
107th Psalm are alike. Each versa
of the 13Gth Psalm ends alike. The
117th Psalm contains but two
verses, the UPth Psalm contains
17(5 verses. There aie no words or
names of more'' than six syllables.
. It has also been discovered by
some p^rsron unknown that' in .Joel,
third chapter, third verse, the word
girl occurs, and in the eighth chapter of Zachariah, fifth verse, the
word girl's is mentioned for the
only timo in the whole book., '
Tho eighth chapter of Esther,
ninth veisc, contains 52 t's. The
word snow appo.'iv 24 limes, 21
times in tho Old Testament
three times in tlie New,
as follows :
•'For the two best Bacon Ho-*s,
«ugo or  Dreed,  fed on  Cameiac t
Food ..; §o0 LN' Gi
. For, the    second    two   host B_
Hogs, any age or breed, fed ot;
nsfac Stock Food $25 INfrL
THs-ita PRIZE.
Foi    .the    third' two   bust  "L
led on
T-v <■'
who  was walking in a Lon-I     0ljiy     one    cnlry  vvi!i   be <*-.'.
from each, Farmer or S.'kk.-iiiui,
the' stock must be exhibited ,nt
Brandon exhibition.
Evidence    must    be    product
tlrao of  exhibition to show thai
tain a spicier savor  than many an as*- . Hogs,  any age or brecti, t<
sent.    Ihere is a story' of Archbishop ; nefac Stock Food   $lo
don city park one" day  with a curate '
and Charles Lever,   tho  novelist.'
The .archbishop was greatJy interested,'in , niushrooms, and he. picked
one and ate a piece of it, at the
same timo handing a bit to the curate.
"What do you think oi that, Mr.
A?" ho asked.
The curate did not especially like
It, and moieovor he was not suro
whether it could be safely eaten.
Nevertheless, this was his (superior in
ofhee, a man who "must not be offended.
- "J think, my lord," r-aid ho obsequiously,—if it hnd a little pepper and
salt it would  be delicious.','
'"Here, Lever," suid tho Archbishop, "you tas-lo it and seo what you
think of it."   '
"-Many   thanks,   your     grace,"  said
Lever,,   calmly,    but I  am     not      a
clergyman.     It  is  true that 1 havo a
brother in      holy  orders,   But
not  in your grace's, diocese."
Tl <j archbishop laughed, better
pleased with this cleverness of evasion than by a dull acquiescence, and
ate   the  mushroom  himself.
I animals  were  fed on   Caniefiic
j Food.
Try    Carnefac    for
W. G. Dougfas,   fiionufabtu"
Prlnooso'St.,   Wlnnlpog.
Arrow    !_£*, l<co,    B-C
"1    will   join   you   in    my
-.[continued.] '■■■,-. .... \
Forgot .His Oivn yVorli.'T
Sir Joshua lieynolc's once forgot
tho, existence of One of hi.s .pictures.
Edmund Burke obtained a very early
work and called on the great artist,
submitting the work as that of a
young student who sought advice!
from the master. Reynolds had a
long look, and then asked, -'Is tho
painter a friend of yours?" Burke replied in the affirmative. "Well," replied tlie great man, "I really don't
feel able to give an opinion. It's a
clcvon'sh thing; but whether it, is of
sufficient promise to justify the
young man in adopting art as a profession I cannot say." Sir .Joshua
l^'^-P^idLrSJy-^Pi'i**0^0^1 h's _2WU work.
Cost of Eiiiflanrl'n Wars,
wc    consider -   total   expenditure,
the  South   African   war  is   thc   most
expensive war Hint England hus ever
waged,  with  the 'single exception     of
the   tweuty-thice    years'     war     with
Franco   (1793-1 SI 5),   the  great     cost
of     whi:h    was     nearly     four     times
(bat  of  the South   African   war.    Tho
Boer   war.   however,   will   }nue     cost
over  twice  im niu.-h   as  the   war with
the   American,  colonies,   two     and     a
half  tiuii'.s     ufl    much   as   the     SL>ven
Yoais'   war,   more   than   three     times
thc   cost   of   tho   (.Yiim-an      war     and
from  four  to  fifty   times   that  of  any
of lhe other war;-,  Taking the    duration   of   the   wars   into   consideration,
the  South   African   war  i.s   by  far the
most  costly   war  that  Great    Britain
has ever  been engaged  in.  The   average   annual   cost   of   the  Boer   war   is
j over   $53,000,000.     Tho     war     with
; Fran.e     (1793-1815)    cost  £30,150,-
, 000  per year,  or about. (,H  per cent.
:  of   Uie annual cost of, tho South Afri-
'  can war;  tlie Crimea.i war cost, about
£35,000,000,   or    05   per  cent.;   .the
; Seven   Years'   war   and, the   war  with
j tho  American col oi lie,** cost  each  less;
j   than  20 per cent.,   and  no  other war'
i has come up. to, one-tenth  of. tho average  annual   cost  of  the South African   war.—"Annals   of  American Aca-
' demy.
A  .- i'ury <ir..Siuii;c<*.in.
In Tlio Quiver, tho following anecdote of Spurgeon is ono told in an
article, entitled. "Preachcis' Dilemmas":'
The great orator was saying that,
as he had to proclaim the gospel so
often, he had moods in whLJi he
feared lest he might iincoiis.iotisiy
grow indifi'eieiit lo its choirewt blessings. It was wilh peculiar satisfaction, therefoie, thai during a brief
holiday, he once entered a country
Baptist chapel, where he heard a sermon which refreshed his soul mightily-      '
At the close of the service he walked into tho ^t•stlvy, arrd politely
thanked tho minister for (he edification he had received. "IMay 1 ask
your name, brotho'?" purred the
flattered country cousin. "iMy name?
Oh, Spurgeon—you may possibly
have heard it—-I preach a bit in London myself." Let the humorist and
saint finish the incident in, ns nearly
as we remember them, In his own
"My dear brother's face* turned as
red as this cloth (pointing to a bit
of scarlet babo in front of him),
"and he could only gasp out: 'Why,
Mr. Spurgeon; that wns one of. your
.sermons! I learnt it off..' '11 y Yd ear
brother, I knew it; 1 knew ' it from
tho beginning and all .along: but 1:
assure you that it did not clonic any
tho less good on that account.' ".
These1- miraculous   springs,
. Minister   to   o   mind   diseased,
ho    IS    Pluck  from  the  memory  n  rooted  *■
Ra/o   out      the   written   troubles   o
And   with    KWf-iet   oblivious   antklot
Cleanse  the   stuffed   bosom   oi   lhu.*i
ilous   stufTs
Which   weith   heavily   upon   Kidney,
mid   Stomach.
Therefore,   all  ye   who   suffer—(Jive
sic   to     tho  Cop's :   havo   none  of It,
come  and   l>e  cured   at
The Halcyon Hot Springs Saflifanmii,
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For tho Farno, Vegetable Gardsn, or ft
Oard*s. purchase from _b. Cctnlogrci 3>
on application.
KEITH    &   OO., ,
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BtSECHAhfl'S   .
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SKIN. lfrt
T.fnio mid   tlio Xi.iikI. ,
Lime makes- Ihe'falhe.rn'ch. and the
eon prior is an old saying. Lime
makes the ni.rogon in the .soil available, j*.ml if 1 have nitrogen thero I
am going to put the Mine in and gel
it. out, nnd if my boy wnnts more
nitrogen ho can put il in.—10. 13.
Voorhees,   New  .!!cr.*ey.
fJod.'.bnth given the1 sain© power to j
.•strengthen the aaint as to quicken I
the sinner. i
' hlx ;><*fi h!vc   Vlriwe.
■ •'A riOiUluTii Judge u-b\, bad �� fine lot
-if h.'.e.s otie d;i\   me! n i-olorcd mint no-
tpih'U.s  for .si err ling ;nui  ,s:iid  to  him:
'Lurie .luck. I'll teil you  wlnit I'll do.
Yon pick out two of those hogs you like
best., i-nd I'll give them to you, provid-
"tlI you won't st-'iil any of the others."
'I h.- negro pondered awhile si nil finally .*-;:; Id. "J edge, you've - always been a
■*'o-k1  neighbor,  nfi'  I   likes  .villi, nn'l
wants to do right by yuh an' so accepts
dc offer yuh tmikr-s. but I wants yuh to
know d-t J'.ll loae meat by it."
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ca: ���   -I'  ;-���*,��. &sKI>  -**. ?&!&2Sglf__i  *, bs^g$&  .. Ci'.��3.4j��iJi  :^����i��      THE  MOYIfc LEADER.  fps$��|  y��#fPl "  v-lV^SSp,*55i__  MOY1B,    B.  A 4; re  Africa :  country     na  language*..  t obstacle to missionaries in  by the fact of   that  no    less     theji  700  ���runsed  iri-.;  ���>��   '.rout   <:nr��  for Children.  sass i oq - reward-s i oo.  The rem'its of this paper will be nJeas-  ed to learn tlmt the-ie is at least one  dreaded <! i--.ea.se that, science has been  able to, fine in all its stages, unci that  is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh. Cure is the  only i-osilive cure now known to the  medic**.! f.n le.-nity.' Catarrh being a constitutional disease reauires u. constitutional lue-ilmeiit. Hall's Catarrh Cuie  is taken internally, acting directly . upon  tho bioof and mucous .surfaces 'of tbe  hj'sloiii. -hereby destioying tbe foundj.-  t'ion of lhe <li.*eaB(* and giving- the na-  tient .'.tn i.glh by building up ihe coi.-  htitul--''' --ad as-sifLiiiir nature in doinj,  its, work. The proprietors have so niucTi  f-iith'in ii s curative |'iMveiu tliat they of-  fi-r, Due Ji-mdred Dollars for auv cu**e  thnt it I'n'is to cure. Send for list of  tuhU m ouia I.-*.       Address,  1-7   .)     CHHN'IOy  &.   CO..   Toicdo.   O.  Hold   bv   d.'uegisis.   7m-.,  a  J'", on fly   Pills  arc  1 e  ti  The  jl'jll't;  the' Hes'i.  - A   jMtu-lini   rifle  bullet, fired   a  tanco    of,   r.O yards    will    not  through  a     wall  of   snow    four  thick.  dis-  pass  feet  Miiiard's tmzsni Ceres [[uzns, etc.  ii. -,  i    tfw  r*   ^V-*^  ". ?���**  \ &fi  f -  -s ii  f        J ' , j,  V  ' sU       IL   ������  Th.j  1.'  ���-L"  accon  line'  'lo  hours  'of '-  '  <���  time for !Horary work,  Tolstoi, is het-wcen the  ii-   and '.I p. m  rUiJlh.-rs   SiioiiM  Kxi-i-i-l  C'Iioomiii" Murii'-Jiu-  Every   little   one   u��*ds   a   medicine  at  some  time,     and 'mothers  cannwt  ��� o  cii-ei-ui  in  making a ---,eU><\iou  so-called   "soothing"   preparations, Invariably contain opiates and  other   harmful   drugs,   which   stupify  the little  one,  and pave the  way to  a constant  necessity  for the  use    of  narcotic     drugs.      Undoubtedly     the  very  best  and   the very safest  medicine  for  little  ones   is   Baby's     Own  Tablets.   .They   are   mildly    laxative  and gentle in.their action, and   cure  all  stomach  and   bewel  troubles,  re-  l.ievc simply  fevers,  break up ,  colds  prevent croup,   and, allay  the   irritation   accompanying   the    cutting     of  teeth.    Where these Tablets  are used,  little  ones     sleep naturally,    because  the causes     of irritation and     sleeplessness     are     removed   in  a  natural  } way.    Experienced  mothers all  praise  this medicine.   Mrs.  I-I".  Ll.  Fox,  Or-  ango, Itidge,   Man.,   says ;��� " Baby's  Own 1 "ablets are the best medicine 1  have  ever, used for children    of    all  ages-    They   are   truly  a   blessing  to  baby and mother's friend."  These Tablets are guaranteed to  contain no opiate, and can be given  to a new-born babe. ' Sold by all  druggists, or sent post-paid, at 25c.  a- box, by writing direct to the Dr.  Williams .Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont, '<  It was :.  of the W!!im-..">j j,, x_(. course of  his evid'-nee described the testator minutely.  ''Xow. sir." said counsel for the defense, "I suppose we may take it. from  the flattering description  yiven cf the testator, his good points  and bis personal appearance generally,  that you were intimately acquainted  with him?" -  "Ifim!" exclaimed the  witness.-"He  was no acquaintance of mine."  "Indeed!   Well, then, you must bave  observed him very, carefully whenever  you saw him?"  counsel.  "1  never  the reply.  "Xow, now, don't trifle with the  court, please. How, I ask you, could  you. in the name of goodness, describe  him so minutely if you neyer saw him  and never knew him-V" -   '- -"  "Well," replied the witness, and tlie  smile which overspread his features  eventually passed over the court,- -you  see. 1 married his widow."   ,  Geo.    C.    Che.ker    Tells     What  Dodd's Kidney  Pills Did  For   Him.  pursued the examining  saw him in  my life," was  same  they  and  Dear   f-*  .f   haie   11  ,back  for  - I.have  MINARi.  ns,���(This is tn certify that,  ���en troubled with a lame  til"teen  years.  used  thi'fc    bottles  of your  'S J.INIMHNT and am com-  IV,-  bjt  000  Lud\  subjecting  wig has melted carbon by  it to o pressure of 22,-  lbs. lo the square, i.ich. ,IJe  kept it liquid for'some time, and, on  suddenly cooling, it solidified in the  form of'a grey powder containing  minute  diamonds.  pletely   cured.  .It' gives   me   r  cnmm.ind   if   ant  to   use   this   in  tlie  use  of  you  Two   iJi -ers. .  ���eat   pleasure .to   re-  you   are   at   liberty  any   way   to     further  valuable"- medicine."  ItOBIflHT -ROSS.    .  NO  UNCERTAINTY A10OT IT.  to  irani  The dcsv.-e.idnuts of ah--"Australian  settler, 102 years of age, number  slot pcrso-.s, lie is in receipt of an  old age  pension   from ' the' Australian  .CiOVCTIlllH'Ilt.  PA INE'S CELERY  COMPOUND  The   Springy   System    Cle&aser  and Health Builder Makes  '  Sick People Well!  Ho-*s,  leiac S  LN' GC  ���est Bi !  ai ot;'.''  IN IC  .���st  "ft-  ���<l on  LV tl  jij -6.1'.. ���  Klllll.-I,  ��1 ,ht  j-unf*}<1  v that  ufaC S  ur   S  l'ritultirc   Sleds.  From history we learn that the bova  In the time- of George III. coasted on  sleds made of' a small board, -with  beef bones as runners.- But these dropped out of sight when an inventive genius,built one out of a barrel skive, for  hia invention was extensively copied.  The barrel staves were called "jumpers" and -.skippers" and were made of  a single barrel^slave of moderate width,  to which was nailed a twelve inch seat  post about amidships. A piece of barrel head constituted the seat. To navigate this craft required no little skill,  lhe revolutions performed by the rider  while '���g'eUiii' the haiig of the denied  old thing" being akin to tlie antics of  a tenderfoot on'a bucking broncho,  .more   stable  and   docile  A  (l ���       jumper   was  made by fastening two or three staves  side by side, but those were not considered ns fast travelers as the single  slaves.���Outing.      ;  ; 'iiKik    Hlin   Kruvi    li is IJciI,   Marie, lilm a  j Wei!  M.'ui   Al,),,    ami    Willing    to ilo a  j fair lJ,iy'n  Work.  llousey's     Rapids,   Ont.,   April   6���  : (Special)���As   every   city,   town   and  -. village in  Ca-aada  seems to  bo giving  its evidence as to the wonderful" cures  . resulting   from   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills,  there  is   no   reason .Housey's'ltapids  ���should   not  be  in  line.    People    here  . have   Kidney   troubles   just   thc  as  elsewhere,   and   like  others  have used Dodd's Kidney  Pills  been cured. ,      -  One of the most  remarkable   cures  was    tlmt  of     Geo.   C.   Chalker.   He  ,'says :,  " J    arn  cured   of  my Kidney  Complaint     1   have   no  'doubt   about  it   in   the least.   J ' weigh   ten'pounds  moi e than I did  fourteen .months ago,  can   do   a  fair  day's   work  every  day  end  1 am     clear  of    my    old  enemy,  lame back,  heavy .aching arms,   dull, >  bloated     eyes,���yes.   it  ~is    all  gone, :  purged   out by  Dodd's  Kidney   Pills, j  ���     "No  one con  realize  the  relief ex-{  ' ccpt those ,wh-> have been through   it !  all.   1   was  so   bad   I   could   not work ;  , hard,   but  was  compelled   to  make  a ���'  living.' Aly head  felt so' bad  that my j  eyes     would,    seem   to  float.    L     felt '  tired all" thc  time,"my arms   felt use-!  Jess at''times  and, so   very heavy.   At'  ; last I   was ,laid���up  and could  do     no  1 work. \ j  ! Y Then J was induced lo try Dodd/s i  ! Kidney-J'MIs and yon see the result.!  {It only took six boxes to cure, me I  i completely.'" - ���< -   -   ' j  j     And iUr    CiuuKer     is  only  one     of;  (many   in     this    neighborhood,    who  . charge-1'   their    good     health' ,up'   loj  ! IV-dd's  Kidney Pills. . I  RENNIE'S���TESTED FOR  PERFECTION  MANGEL.  /SHU  sils  ^m  Mammoth -, l?ed. Ncfdn  the record for heaviest  v.-itlijhtcrown. Roor*,f .<,\'_nn-  tic sizo.     A ii/nrle  Sleoci^e-;), ��3  pounds uui7inj'.ned nnd 78J  J/Oimils nimiij^d. Pos*.>sse3  extraordinary feedins auahr,;3s.  Vory fre-3 from iibinus roota  ni'ilrenciilyc[p.-ii:e.J for !>'.Ojriiif.  1 ib. U'c. i lb. 20c.  Pound 30c.  4 PoumJf* 3.J.00.  A drl 5ft. per pound if inantrd  1-jvmU.  PURITY  AND GERMINATION.  TUBEROUS BEGONIAS.  PRIZE P.ULB3.  H 4 S!nc!=   cn,f  **> 2 OouL-ie 50C  Scarlot. Whit*.  By  GIANT SUGAR  MANGEL.  Unquestionably  the  most Pro.IUibfa Root for  Stock   Fecciinfj. ��� Out-  yisldirij; the fRmous Afarn-  moth lied .M.-n.-et'I ia -n-eii'ht  l/f*r acre.    Vnlu.-iblo cither  for proiincici: raillc or as a  Cc^h   former      Hiuidsoiuo,'  Iicrfijct i liiir-ed roots cf pinkish   Vfhiia    color,   EroiTit'D;  hlch out of sinuaii. ' Eiisy  to   harvest.      Tlio   richest  Slid siTMte*t of all roots.  FoL-tid 30c.  5 Pounds $1.40.   ���  Add Sc: per pound if wanted  try ina.il.  colored  I'-norim;    Cc  eliffei��.ut.  The 5 fr��r 25c.  (Jiulbs and liectf  ready April 15. Or- ���  der ic-d_y.)  KANGAROO SWEDE  The grdindc'-i* or all  5/vvf-flcs.    Keeps  lon-  ocr   ��.'ian   <iny   other  sore 'i.iil xji-tiiiiiees heavy  i-'rojis nvc'iwht'ie.    Very  hardy.    Simih-tr   iu   sire  nnd  jrrovrth  to the file-  fjii.-int.     fo.'or   bronze  ��icpn.    This is tho most  ;.e.ji,i.'.ir .S'nodf i_ cuiti-  vfi'if.n.   l'ditiL-ularly ad-  ��.l/tfc'lto   dihriicta  v.-hcro  tlie '."ind  lies .'xuqsouI.    *-  lb. lr-c, j lb. -j,v. r  . Pound 3Cc.       \  4 Pounds SI.00.  Add 5c. per pound {/  >   \canVed try wail..  ANY  4CK  TAK�� YOUR CHOICE  BY MAIL POSTPAID.  YEGBTABI,E8.  1. DesiM, fi��Mea irax.  1. B*5��t. tMyn, roua.t.  )-i-.I*es5t, KUty.j-7v.tUn.  i. ifac-t. hoars fcuooth.  L CnfefensM*., W���aijtg.  ftujjX.  1 C��blu_gfi, Fnttlen.  J. Cua-rou HaIt Ixidj;  eS^SJil.t.  t. Caj>r��t, OemorOx-h't.  ��. CsaltHorrer, Esr.'r  Puis.  10. Cclory.SelfBUaehljie.  11. {Torn, H~i- jVasuMitotA.  IJ. Con*. S-ssoiifeca.  13. CtleaaSi*?, PJrHine.  !��. Cuca*ober,t.'(Grc��n.  C'n<*.��ijaber, WUU  ��� ��?-'"''��� i ,  16. JtJfM'i**.;!,Steeps.       '  17. Ittt;-fcn, Ka-otj.  11   Jevrb/ii /Vn.Joraci.  1$   UiUtlfC, ^^npircIL  SO. jr,*Uac��*.D.swrM'k't.  21  Mask JMoiuJi, Zxr'.j.  M. ��atcrJH��loa.i����ily  21. Onion. J-a-rr* K-d.   <  21   Ociuil, YTtr I/nnvcrs.  2r. SbIsb. ailveriUn.  23. Ifapsley, Curlfxl.  Si7- fur-ialn. Hollow  ,   Crcrpra.  5��   Pe��v��, Knit anJ Post.  .5. r-fMlA, Mttle Oe-a.  S*. JToppor, Kubj- Klnc.  si- P-imuiklu. Lsj"|j��  i,ai%/is.i.  ��., r.n<IJee,h, P.osy Gi-ra,  S3, jewo'sii. iti-i-Jans*.  31   ttatii&li, lMng K(.irirt  to. ,**{ilj��i!'.y, li.-e,nmotn-  2S. 8<*a:i-fh, Yarrow.  .17. SQas-ti, ilul)l/.inl  '3a Tu.��-nli��, EotlTop  Globe. i  SO. ~r,raaia, Chumjilon  ti. Tomato, Kxim Rirly.,  ��� F/iOTTERS.  <1. Alsssnm. S-feet  ��** ARK'I*3. Mlxrd.  tl. KulFarr.. V.\x.-&.  -  ��* trjtr:i*\iion, VIzcl.  13  ���IlBlln*ri, Mixed.  <e. srrvf.i't.-i.siiJiKH, M'x'-i  47. .USsfiionoMf.Sweul.  ll -IK'iiiiijR dory,  IS. rVAKiiti-flnin.TBll  .'^i   .Vh<Hiii-(.',si-i. U��"Jjf  /'���!    J*."H1|��J , ��71*t<-<".  57. VolnHiiw), .Mlz��L,  53, Pinks lUi/HKhua',  Mix/.fi.  W. Phtox Irrnmnum  ni.  65. S,vert iPeas, .VIxsd.  se. Vc;'5ieitft. Mued.  57. Willi NsriiUli,  lowers. '  53. Xinikin, KtzBd.  mission  stream,  quality.  EOF  Tlirri-i"    nover    was   and   never   will   be   a  u:mci *sii!   pahacen, .in one  remedy,, for  all  ill*   to   ulnch   aobhlSi8   lieir���tho   very cna-  Unv   of   liitoiy   i-uralivcb   being   such   that  weie   the,   ^urma   of   other, uiiii   dilTort!nily  bea-toii   il'*.'ii.se&   rooted   iii   tlu*   system   of  the   patient���what   would rrelie\'e   one   ill  in   turn   m-,/uIii   airsiruviite   the   other.    We  have,     ln.ui'ver,   "m    liuininc   Willi.-,   wiic-n  obtainable- in  sound,  uniulultorn.tt.-il t.tule,  a remeily   for luany  anil grcviouis  illH.   Uy  its grod'unl   nnd  judicium)  use  thc  frailest  systomK    net',    led   into  convulciicciiee  and  Etrongili   l\v   tho   mnuencc   wliieh   Quinine  exerts,   on . ruture's   own   restoratives.    Jt.  relieves    l!io    ilroopiiiK    spirits    of   those  with    whom     a   chronic   blalc   ll   morbk!  desiioniiem-y   and' lark   of   inicicat   in   life  is    a    disease,    nnd    ley   tranquili'/./i,nR'  tho  nerves, disposes to s>ouiul"and refreshing  .'Bleep���imp.11 ts vij��or lo the1 action of the  "J blood.     Mlnch,   being.  Ktiiini/.Lted. . coul'ses  through      i ho    \i'ni*.,"   s,irenjrthem"iiR     the  healthy .animal   fiiii-.-iinuH   of   the   KV.sLem.  thereby mitkincr uciivity a necessary , result,   stivu^i heuing ��� the  fumie  antt  givine  life to llu- di'KeMive tu-gntij, which naturally1 demand increased substance���result,  improved appetite. Nurthrup .S. l.,vtuan.'  of Toroi-iu. have . given to the "public  their Siipenor  guiiiinc Wiuo at -the  usual , .   .,  rate,     nnd,     nimgi'il     by   the   opinions' of   POund   as   lollows  scieiitjsif.,   thru   wine   app.-oachoa   ni-nri'si       " L am novi  sixty vears of age, and  periection     oi     unv   <m   the  inarkc-l x 11 ��� i i -i.      r - ,       f ,  druagibts .*el!   it.;        ' '      ^"hnvo    boon    illo    for     nearly   -twenty     {"years.    During   my   long   illness    doo-  Tamaris'<   timber  4,000   vears     old'1018 lUS,i  P*'**cnt  medicines  failed     to  has    boyii    fi.\i!i,l    in   jierfcctly sound ���rurc n,e-    Af- t'10 hospital I was told  condition   in   ancient  l^gT,-[)tinn   temp-!1'18-*"  *   %va,s     sufTering  from   tumors;  lea. ' j and  often,   no  matter how  It tried   to  ��� _____   - | cheer myself.  T  felt like  putting     an  llickle'.'* Anti-roiiHiimntivi- Svrnn stands 'fMld   Lo     ini   !ift'-      J   heard    of    your  its of . Panic's   Celery   Compound   and  >"-*���.--. ntenccd  to     use  it,  and  it has  joutrh     is -  Theie   is  nothing  doubtful   or     uncertain about tiie working and t-ffects  ot   L'aino's     Celery     Compound.      It  stands   supicnic   as   a���spring   systei'n  cleanser     and     health',   builder.  ���   lt  reaches without loss of-precious time  thc cause of  sickness  and   disease  in  a   way     that,  no   other ��� remedy     can  do.    Its    fit;!, and    most    important  is tlio purification- of thc life  increasing its  volume     and  It then,stirs all thc organs,  that   work    sluggishly.      It  restores  strength,   renew-;    vitality,   regulates  the.    kidneys,  liver and bowels,     and  makes people well and strong.      For  these reasons     Painc's   Celery     Compound  as  ��   spring  medicine    stands  far'above, all   other  prescriptions and  remedies   that  promise  so   much    and  aeoomplish   so   little.    Mrs:  E.    Coleman,  Binlingtoit1'/ Out.,  gives her experience   with  , Paino's' Celery     Com-  "Wlien   Umbrellas   Were   Heixvj.  ' The groat objection lo umbr'ellas 100  years ago was their weight, und when  it is stau-d as a matter of fact that the  very smallest umbrella then weighed  no less than three aud a, half pounds it  will probably he admitted that the objection was a jusllUable'one.  in New South Wales  C'opper-minin  beean  in lf'-l." ;     since when 30,0 discoveries'   oi  coppci   ha\e   been   made  RS- mines  have been  worked.  SOLD BY LEADING MERCHANTS IN SEALED PACKAGES-irvilVER iW BULK.  ?i?oDM,REeT Wfn.kENNlE,:Toronto. ^fvL,AsIDs-FsAND,  1��SF~  ���And  ALL  ACl-lIijS  ANT) PAINS   FROM  '      SUDDEN" 'COLD.  When this difliculty gets a firm hold  Instead of the thin rainproof "fabrics , '-t is hard to shake it unless one acts  which now form tho covering of um- promptly, and uses-the right remed-  brellas nothing better was known than *e5> about' which there is no tmcer-  loather or oilcloth. The ribs were of tainty. Something^that will quickly  wood'or whalebone, and such a tiling as     ~  a steel .rod was, of course, uulaiovvn.  The slick was usually of heavy oak. in  those days, too, many umbrellas had  the additional incumbrance of feathers  over fhe top, on the theory of "shedding water off a duck's back." But the  oilcloth and leather umbrellas, notwithstanding tbe feathers, were apt to leak.  , -MlHUmptl  at the he-i,"! of the list fo  tho throat and limes. H  ic  in   hreakJni;   un   n   cold,  lifts;  A  like  coin-  done  soon   .subdued."   lijrhtncss, "'of  thcY-host   is-' wonders  for  me     1   feci  better     than  relieved.     cvoi      tht   worm     case  or consumption    id   relieved.      while      in    recent  S.O.  tod  *  los   Oi'  itlclot.  thi).*t'  ilnev, I'  cases it m,iv ho MHid n^vr.,- t0 faii. it i.s  a .medicine,- piei.Hted, from the active  principles or virtues of severnl medicinal  herbs, and r��,n >,e depended uT>on for all  puhin.ii'iiy   coiiii'Ininls  ever before in my life, and my friends  'are    surprised     at       the     wonderful  change in mj health. Painc's Celery  ! Compound   is   a   grand   medicine,   and  1   will   a)wn\s   recommend   it."  .   neninrtl   Sbniy   :t��tl   the   Minority.  A good story is told of Bernard Shaw.  The occasion was the first production  of  "Arms  and  the  Man"   in   London..  The production was a success, and at  the fall or" the curtain there were clamorous calls for the a n't hor. to which Mr.  Shaw was at length induced to respond.  The audience was  still  cheering,  but  there was one dissentient in the gallery, who  was "booing" with the  full  power of a pair of very strong lungs.  Mr. Shaw  looked up at this "glorious,  minority of one" and said very seriously, "Yes. sir. I quite agree with you, but  what can we two do against a whole  houseful?'-'  ?,].-  '.Ma is (|.t. most, thickly popnlot-  ed isla-m in. (|H. world, 'it has 1,-  -'���(!���'' people to iho square mile. Bar-  lmch.es h *R I ,f)iM people to the  square m:h-. . :  - -~i  Hiaard's  Uisimeni Care? Baadruff.  The Church of, England liisho[>i-ic  of the Maclu-ii-'ii> Hiver covers an  nrea five t,;n,i.'s the size of the United  kingdom.  Two hundred and forty dredges arc  now at work in New Zealand rivers,  extracting e,old from the beds of thc  siivan:.**. Those* - dredges cost from  ���Lfj.OiH)  to ��1-1,000 apiece.  WOMEN'S ILLS.  Prompt1}'    Kollfvotl   nnil   Cured   by  -Williams' Pink Pills.  T>r.  In  bus  Kcicnt iiv-  irieihi-;. I  his    Vegetable      Pills.    Or.  ���"'"f-n  lo   11,<*  -.vo.i-ld  ihe fruits of hunr :  n-seurcl.   in   tin*  whole   realm   of ���  ���.���!���   ..    '!',''r'ni "���   combined   with   now   and,  >niiun.|o   d.t-coverics   never  before  -kiioxvn!  mil ii      l.'oj-      Hellcat,.  ,������|   Hebilil ri( eel !  . itnlioi..   T-anrielfc's   I'ilis  an   li'n*  a ,  .���   ,���,.     '"''f:   m   small   fle'scs-     the   e|i"oct  i  ,',.,"   ���'.'. ''���"''���   fmd   a   .*tim::laul    mil/Uv  I.V",/ . .',Lr.     "','-'>'i't inns' of   the  b.wlv.   niv- I  it'/i:       , I  lo  ('(.nsi  ��� harm,  mt:   Line  .1  Tu-..h  (, lw>   I '''���   ''<'i t.   of   all   deaths      in  '-'WK/.ri.iMd    which   is supposed   to be  <* .paradise.  ,-,���. jioople' adli  Po��.".iu!!|i!i.i',n; -.���,,,* en���-j,P(|  ease,   - -  LL3  roMtC&  ^IVBBS-  o(fOOR  .Hiiiiid      Sonp   cleans -kitchen  Icei.   iifin   and   tinivnre,   knives  /ind   (���.,'!   kinds, of  cutlery.  KM,-J*  !S on*  Bill''*  Moni.i'v  Utl'li.sil.'l "    ..  anil .forks.  Three hundred  nnd  fifty  miles 'have  hcon added  to the British  Empire bf  tho  rectification   of   the  frontiei  ��� ween  India and  Thibet. .-  .lS#jj  rue  7 'J F.LI. T1IH JJRA.P.���Mr.-' J. F.sSK.Vj-  oclc, hi-uu-ri'iL Perth writes- '"A customer nf inin,, having iH.t.��� cured of  leafness by ihe u.se of Dr. Thomas' Ek*c-  fi.ic Oil. wrote to Ireland, tolling his  n lends then. of. the cure. In conseciueiu-e  l received- ni, order-to send half a dozen  >y  express      to      Wexford,   Ireland,      this  j     Dr.   Williams'     Pink  Pills     are  wo-  ,   [man's  best  friend.      They enrich   the  rannelee I blood,      tone    up'   the    nerves,     and  stiengthoti   thc   vital   organs   to  perform  their  functions  regularly.  They  bring   tlie   rosy   cheek's     und   shapely  forms   that    tell   of   e.ood   health   and  hnppirx-ss.    '.Co  the growing  girl   they  are   in valuable    To   the  mother   they  are   a   necessil y.    Tn   the   woman     of  fori,\'-/i\ e   they   mean' relief  and ease.  Dr.  Williams'" Pink   Pills are  the best  iiii'dicine that  science has deviled   for  women  at  all   periods   of  life1.  ��� .Thoso  pills-������succeed'!   when   all,    else     fails.  Thousands-' of,    grateful   women     on-  i.hSrso'���'the  truth  of  these .statements,  Mrs.   John   White.   Snhanntien.   (int.,  says.:-   " H-.gives- me pleasure to boar  i-testiinony   t.o  the  great  value of Dr.  [Williams'    Pink   Pills   as   a   cure     for  'the ailments that afllict so many wo-  '���inen'.yi suffered greatly and 11 e peri-  [ods   were   very  irregulas, -hut. 'thanks  to   those  pills   I   am   now   quite  well  and   free  from   the  pains   that'- made  ni,*,   life', almost .a burden.    I cheerfully  for the betiefit of  She Conld   Use Them.  An old lady on seeing (he- electric  light in the town for the first time was  struck with amazement. After gazing  at it for a space she entered a grocer's  shop aud asked:  "I say. mister, how do you make that  big light o' your'nV    I'm tired of burn  in' piiraflin."  The shopman replied, "Oh. it is caused  by n series of electric currents."  "Is itj uovr?" said the old lady. "Then  weigh me a pound. If they won't,do  for lighting, I'll use 'em tip for pud-  din's."  drive out  the-cold," restore the blood  ;to.ils   normal   condition,   banish   the  luhc-s     and     pp.ins,     and   relieve   the  burning,     aching   head.,     There ,   arc  only two remedies that will  do  this,  and   they     must  bc  used   in  conjunction,     namely,   Dr.   August  Koe'ing's  : Hamburg   Broasl   Tea   and   Hamburg  .Drops,   both   old,   tried   German   remedies,  discovered by that great spec-  ; ialist;   whose  name  they   bea-, .more  ! than     60  years     ago.   * The     former,  should be taken  hot before going to  bed,   and     the    "latter - according , to  1 directions.    Follow  up  the .treatment  until   the   cold   is   fairly   broken      up,  then    'continue     to     take     Hamburg  Drops, for  a  considerable  period,   until   thc     blood,    becomes     cool     and j  .healthy.    The two remedies cost oniy  To cents,   get them  from  your  druggist at once   have them in the house, ;  and,   when  you   are  about  it,   <et     ai'  bottle of St.  Jacobs Oil.   It will al- ;  ways  come   Handy  in  case  of   house- j  hould  -accidents,     sprains,     bruises.',  cuts, burns, scalds,  also for rheuma-i  tism,  neuralgia,   lumbago,  toothache, j  stiffness of the joints, and, all bodily,  aches and    pains,   where an  outward!  application  is usually applied  CiREAT RESULTS.  can be achieved in baking  cakes, pastry or breadstuffs  kind  when you  use  ��� OQILVIE'S   :  bread,  of    any  HUNGARIAN  FLOUR  It makes white, light and nourishing bread, and gives better all  around satisfaction than any floui-  milled. Try it f and- you will  use any other. '  never  OQSLVIE  OATS  makes the very best porridge.  %/Yo$. j^ti^eSt^ <Mj_v sm4/f 4*z��c&  stAfA  #y-  -fries  'i^e&r a4>- awn, /ir-z  fOUW  I  -vce/  ���7  <bx * jgT��j*ar's +i���*���vs.-*oi���-  '^"Va.  I  The fastest torpedo-boat destroyer���  in the Ainericarn navy, the "Stew-,  art," made a speed of 33.S miles an ,  hour on  her  official  trial. I  ic. to il     willi  V  by  tlmt, d|��~  i  !'bo-  Dry   ..ml   Mo!��t   Air.  K cubic foot of dry air weighs more  than a cubic foot of moist air at tho  same temperature and pressure. Tho  addition of vapor to a cubic foot of  dry air enlarges the volume of tbe mixture if the air is free to expand, as in  the atmosphere, and as the vapor has  only about two-thirds tho density of  dry air at tbe same leinporatui'o and  pressure the den.si'y of the mixture is,  less than thnt of dry air.  RiiF  he  ton  itlOIt  l[  ��� lev'  .���eiviiL  *j'o��  ' lv^fy  r-f-*-.   ^tf.  .ii tk|h f?7T"i  *��� ��Jtte> iU  ssia o|ioned her first-electric raii-  vay hist year. H covers a distance  5i 18 ij miles between Lodz  'in-', -Poland, .and . the neig  towns of Zqiei- and Pabiancej  in      Hiik-  ilioriing  (SIiaard's IMsm&t &&n$s Hmra^ts.  The  new :?,y,0.00' candle-power light  on the Dnss I-iock in the Firth' of  T^orth can 1  18 miles  be seen  at a distance     of  J give my experience  !suffering women."  .Remember that substitutes cannot  i cure and see that (lie full namo "Dr.  j Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Poo-  is on the wrapper arou nil every  If iri doubt send direct to the  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville. Ont.7 and the-pills - will be  mailed, post paid, at 50c. per box,  or six boxes  for S2.50. , ��� -  Cim.-ei'   li'oi-.Wni-.  A .citizen -walking piist a biitchor  ��� shop���'���in a noi'lhorn Iva'ns:ls town saw  the butcher and a ciistoiner rolling over  (ho sawdust lloor-in a rough and tumble fashion, lie pried them apart, and  then learned that -the '.customer' livid,  come'to buy some dog meat ami (hY  the butcher, had nonehaktnlly ���asked,.!  "Do you wish to eat it hero or. ��hull I  wrap it up?"  40th Anniversary  Fof ov��r  Forty Yaara  Gray's f  of  Red Spruce Qtim  AS   A  SPECIFIC   FOR  COUCHS,  COLDS,   Etc.  Han been tested and has becomt thc  Kuuiily Coiijth Specific of thou*ani3s  throughout Canadn nnd the United  SUten. It never whs ino-e popul.nr  nor more largely uued than 'it 'id"  to-day. .   ' '   -. .  ��� ���   ;--.  MERIT   ALWAYS   TELLS.  Co'ugh Seaiedlea coiue aud go. New  prepjraUona are tried siui abandoned, but the eld reliable remains.  The present Ie a try in e ��e��son lor  both eld antt yonBjjr, and cokl*, easily  oalisrht no-trareapt tc remain for the  whiter unless promptly cured. No  better remedy cstu be found than  YmR IHONEY '.BkQK 3F Y&V OO NOT LSKE  ffSS3 (f'JMx  ROSE & tAFLARSRSE, SELLING AGENTS, RSONTREAL.  ray s ��yfup;  Sold  by  all  drug��ibt��.  There are .about - '10,000 dilTei  surnames ..in',.England a.nd Wales,  one  for. GoO .inhabitant's.  .. Nothing' looks inore ' ir-!r!v' tlt.i.n t.v  ��� ���ii . liei'.soii .whose hiinds nrr "fovereil .  with wart:- Wh\ Imvo thoso '('i.-*f;^  :nt��iita on Vcur person, whon'u  eiDVcr of .ill warts, corn?;.' .'Ic.  found   in   llolio'., :.v.v't> ' Corn  'flu re!  were- first   made  ''i.">0  !.-.\  .Gi.ilir. ������'  in  I'i  Sllli;  your  children'Tnoiui   nnd  '.inring ,sleo;i.    coiiiMed . wh  a,     io*-;*   ol   niipei.'ifii        nti  ���-pickin;;-   of   ibtr    rlONi, '   .-I v.  ['cmi   upon   -l    tl.i'r.t'-tin'  the   I re vi ;l.i lo- i.s    worm*..  rt  i    a*  .!r  jple"  i box.  XjOKi   IriUerltn'nce.'  Suitor���Permit me to say..!MIss Flash,  that in suing for your hand I am respecting the wish of my late father���  , Miss Plash���Bog your pardon, sir,  but Ih this iustance you have inherited  your father's lateness. I accepted Mr.  Foreman last evening.       '  The only .British   University degree  . confined entirely to women is that of  Lady   Literate   in   Arts,   L.L.A.    The  degree  i.s given   at  St.   Andrew's..  Australia   haft   02,000  of :coal-l.u*a;-ii!i:v'! land   in  portion of  the-'countrv.  y. ot-nr ������FNrl.t-ri'.-.ii'uifor  thv..��/*   pi/sts.   a-, i.-oai'f  sillTrrei-*".' : .f . '   -  T I'.'.HH  w'.it.h-'  coiniUniMici.'-.  '.' you   ijirt.v ���   eU-  liriinnrv   caiisn' :-i  . Mo'fh.'i-   (I raves-.  nuciiiiii-ly  ,Iieviiig   t.  moves  -lit.tii'  sc|iij-.re -miios  -the   easfot-i:  (���on tains  the Jiwgers  res.  - Tariff was the namo of a Moorish  chief, who, having a. port in Sjinin,  levied tolls ou jiassing vessels. Hence  our  presoiit  word   tariff.  Tlie  JAmit.  "Wot does it tneanV" asked Penniless  Light,  earth in  >ns*.*ie'�� from  ll\  seconds.  the moon  to  the  Percival, "whore de song says,  'Drink  ������ . .. '        ����� "      -   ��� ��� - to mo only wit 'your eyes V"  ^Hard's UflimSflt forS&le eVSryW^rO,   j    "It means," an uou need Wise Wilfred,   ��� . ' j "ibit de loidy  kinn road do wine list,  but dat's as far as it goes."  "\W. P*J.  Tlio   first  begun     in  Franco  1829 ;  Russia,  railway   in   England   wo.i  1825 ;        in   Austria  and  in   1S2S ;      the   TTnited States  Belpiunil lund Germany, 1885;  lf-,3.**. ;   "and Italy in'1839  A. good eplta[>h Is all right In Its  place, but It comes so late.���Galveston  News.  A little Sunlight Soap 'will clean  cut glass' and other articles until  they shine and sparkle. Sunlight  . Soap will wash other things than  clothes. ib  s____^fe:s?^__Js__s___E_iis__gs^gs^gsagis^  W.e inaKe Granby ��� Rubbers and Overshoes out of  pure new rubber. Can as much be said "of an v other make?  m m <&'  _&**&���"  cost the'maker ..more, but they cost the Wearer less, for  one pair does the work of two pairs of ordinary rubbers.  Granby E���_bsrs wear 3il��e iron." r i-rfe'r.,"?--"*?  i-?l*i,fl*����-.- z.  11 101 Wft_  - lbliahed in 'the interest of the people]  'of'Mt.y}_e and East Kootenay. '  '  ���'���vVTH & CO.  i'liVAir-lir-Ta  KiTi.s 0? sunCGRirrio:*.  Dze Yet,  n -. _._  ,...?2.C0  ~.     ^ATURWA.Y,"M_.Y 2,  1903.  Oranbrooic Herald: The Dominion  parliament has turned down .the rs-  ���p.pst of the people of British Cclum-  'bia for' assistance. British Columbia  ���3 too far --vest for most cf the eastern  ���'��a~.il.*..  Madame (Zmitiipr, pi Montreal,  ' Suffered fori wo j^ng Years '  Before She dbfm'ne'f  '" Any Relief, ���'  Besides fciaj  BtV&Qt.'���'���' Yi, j  Residential  street.  ��� ���   ��� '���  lofc   oa .OorapbcII    fi  '���'  '   ,   �����������     te',.-:  I  .'-<���   i I  lzt$ oa^Taviatook1   I  Meets ia tho I. 0, G. F. hall every  Saturday 'evo-fngi-'&J 8 o'clpck,  Visiting brethren' &rs cordially in-  Vited  to' attend' these 'rn.eetiag'a.  ' PhIUF  SUMAfEUC,  ' -   <  -'       ������ 'Pres.  P. F. JohksxoiY:  "'    Sec'yJ  flien Stic lrivd foil's Uquffiu$  Ozone���I&e Disease Germs  Were Speedily Destroyed :  and She H'as e^tterp  block  I. I1  on   - -Victoria  Qaswa*  "r_t  t   .  'J,life -Vi orrissey Miner bus suspended  ������jiioj.je--i.iuu.   A p.ip'er will 'be  started'  at Morrifasey Mines, the new  townsite, j  and will be named the'JMorrissey Die- She Is NowCompIetftJy Cured and  patch.    J. B. Wallace,  of   tlie  Fe'rnie ~ ...  'Free, Press, will be its publisher.  .fY  ������ ���  p  Truly it takes'all kinde of people  to  make a   v/orlil;    The   farmer*-:  of  the  ��� i'ii pr;>",:;*pa "buy    .'Mid    u-o   lens   lend  Liir'Ui any other class of people in Canada,  and   yet   tliey   are   tlio   biggest  kickeis against, tbe increased   tariff on  lhat product'.'   And   Ib'o   farmer  \yho  lioois1 nut nee five  pounds   of   load  iu  live year*, w-lj jiYgue until he   ia  black  in the face   that   an   increased tariff  'vouid ruin his business?  According (o a new'law  enacted at  ,   Victoria,  "An employee  shall  a��' a\\  times be at liberty to join  any   trade  union or similar labor association, in-  ��� ternational or cthervise, and any' em-,  ployer who discharges an   omployee or  ���discriminates in any  way   a'gainst'an  ���employee    for ^ becoming,  ' or    'being  , about to bepome, or for having become  ! a member of any such trade union  or  association, acts illegally and may be  ' enjoined therefor,   and'  shall  also, be  liable to prosecution under' the "Summary Convictions Act" and' amending  ,'acts, before'two justices of the peace,or  a police magistrate, and' upon  conviction for such offense'shall be liable ,to  a penalty pr   fine   not esrceedinp,  one  Pronounces Ozone a Truly  Marvelous  Remedy.  ���'"  I rejoice   to   be  able to era to that  n i i e r   two   long j Box 35  years of (xve&t 'anf-  ionny from  brou- j  POWLEY'S      If   ci,,lis> in "Which I I  5 fOUIPirn      I    vras t^o'^i'ctim of  rf.o^        I ohokm/r     find  ^���JREJ , '   ,Ja smorhorina- spnsa-  DJ5EA5E BY     f Hbu.-1' bavo   boon  DESTROYING comnjoteiv ' cured  DI5EA52 I hI Povdoy's'Liqu-  ��� -       "j& ified Ozone    '  House apd'lot on Victoria drset  '     ; '*   ,     '   r. - -     ������ *  poussapd. let on. Lake Vhore  avenpe. '> ��� ;   .     '<���"���'  Eu sin ess  .street.  t  Good Dai>y ranch  near ipw���  Mining stock, ','   ;  OiSce rooms and living "appnrfc-  aaento on Victoria street.'  Houses for rpnt.  a general commission   jMpyieBoard of' Traded  Wll<\ay _od��:3 Kp, 4,1  Meets every Monday evening in  their  hall  on  yictoria street. ' Sojourning  -J Odd bellows cordially inyited.'  A.'l). pnuiiiioNp,  Noble Grand.  F. J. Sxiyw,  Secr'y.  xbe aft/eat buy of the  season, and  you   will double your  money in three mohthe!   The co'mpaiiy have   1_''claims  wh,c;h surrotind the St. Eugene  mine-llV largest"oilyer;  -lead njine cn tho American continent.'    "'' \' ,'    ''"    '  W.e do  business,'  Farreli $ Stuytii  MQYIE, B, d.  WHEREVER  LOCATED.  I cont-idex it a  truly marvelous  remedy and -warmly recommend it to  all. '     i  (Signed)   MME. T. GAUTHIER,  pi Sfc, Paxil. St., Montreal, P.Q.  ^3^^T��*3.A-''  thousand doHaro'/i  ,F��,if ^0 "Ola Man;' Seeo Ufc.  .  ���r''' .Cranbrook Herald:' The Moyie  . .Leader has startod on" its sixth year,  ' with F. J.   Smyth  still at  the helm.  prices Gfiveii  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  Meets on the first Wednesday'"  evening of each ' month at  3 o'clock sharp' in the court  house. -  James Pzcmx, Hon. pros.  A. P.* Macdoxald, Pres.  P. F.  Jojr.\STON, JR.  Oami-J3ELJj,  f Vice-rres. ��� Sec'y.  I    rrrtytrsm nwum.9-_t^m_ms__��__m  Harvey   fr   He Carter,  FORTSTEELK.D.C '     . '  I  JCfaryey, arcCar'or �� 1'inkJiaia,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Barristers ,& Solicitors.  lm*^e^*_*MK'~T*^M-���WLim_���__wmmw  reasury  took Is Now Selljn-  enfsaSliara.    !  W. F, GHBB9  BAEMSTKK, SOLICITOR, ETC,  CEA^pPOQ^. .     B- 0  .For. ParliouIarG apply to  ^     FARRELL ���& SHYTH,  .  ' ��� '    ���       .-     >'��� ������   i       ?     '  ?OX36-  '        -     '     ' wo vis.'*. o'  ^^^^^^^5^g2BS3^gE3e$ 2EKS^ ______*  ��^T���   DR. F. E. KING.  0. P. DESAULNIER.  ,     ''    DEALER  IN  .   MADAME GAUTHIEK.  Thei  following   aro ' brief   extracts  xroni the letters 'of a fpw- of tbe many  ,,    , t.   ;-.TiU���A-. ...   omyui  sun at  tne  Helm. I atmclretls  of persons who have   b-->en  -;7,  Y*:.,Mr.  Smyth   has experienced 'all  the  StIK1'1 ^^ ^ ?oV  |';.;/'  journalistic yiciseitudes Lhat  the pub-   ^ fl Ll?mfle.d O^^:    ���"���,".  ,.[ j   YVlisher of a   paper in  a new mining Y   "     ������ J0HN M. SMIThf, '  ,' .'  "���' ? town is heir to.   He has seen prosper* l^LJi^'T, B^' Load(.n.  eays:  ?,.- :.^pn.day.f*hen he stopped at the   Lt\^^^I^i%^^;  : ���   . ' hotels, smoked good cigars and wore  a  f C0?S boar ��f- b^t ^b no relief until  ���; ���" '7  ��- -H t-fice a year, aud ho ..aa ��=,���    ott,l^^^'-SSS."S_  ;    ,-      Jays when crackers and cheese were  a- loams to appreciate it." ;- - F  '���".      oanquet, and when he never  went up  ;'���   ^   . street without wearing a long-tailcoat  '���; '   : - - ;o hide certain evidences of many hours  ,; . ;)f sitting at big desk.    But through it  ' .-   ;   Ml Smyth has been cheerful,'and  his  ,'_    ".:<   )aper has reflected-his  good  nature  ,   ,;.nd his hope  for  the   future. ' Moyie  *,lJ*   ,'wes a lof to the St. Eugene Mine. and  :'| ;"   ��� -he   Moyie Leader,  and  The  Hcarld j i   W   K,qK,,p  ,,y   -.opes that the  day  will come when   rei oL  u-^��n   '       "^r     '  1 V>     Ir. Smyth will reap a rich  reward for   ".ha. ^^^ ^Sft g��  :���   he good work he has done. le7 s J*.-q?ifl*-,f. Ozone when I was cured  Cranteook,  B,  C.  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q<ueens? A^e.      MOYIE  When in  Cranbrook-  Qeprge H. Thompson,  Barristkr, Solicitor, Notary Public, &c.  'Sojicitor for the Imporjal  3  Bank of Cau'acia.  CEANI3R00K.;     British Columbia.  '''.'���--Hww-Li.Xi' wii, mm miiwi.i i_���i.nuu,���^____  MOYIE'S ' LBa^IKO H0TEI,.  Drug and Stationery  I .  .' Store;  Drags, Chemicals,  r* - c  Toilet Articles  Scljool $Hpplie��f  MRS. B. HENDREN,  -Wo*.fcV qiaro^   a^->    Toronto,  gays:  rihiJ.pOIlr?r"fiVOv^^ar3i sufferod tei-  ribiv from brouc-uma and a&thma.   ,1  }T^lftli ^n-d^ ���� remedies but got no  uoiiA-j..     Ozono   helped   me  at   once"  ���Jince comLsiencing:'to talro it" T  have  gained "go  vovudn   in   ^oipht."  havo  ft5?iJ,', li0=letli��-*_ 1 could never do be:  WE WILL PE PLEASED TO BEE VQp  i��i  er.,:s sarawsre  Store.  Where you will find the largest etoc  of general hardware in East Kootenay  Mailorders  given  prompt   attention  Sek-TIpspalthlnc: ana 'Plamblnjr.  MiQYIE,  /v.*.*//  ,j*i  -  a  Britisij Columbia  The best of  accommodations  for the traveling'public.  P. J. McMahon, Mgr.  'j-j _j u J3^tjasK~_-9^is^^r___c3__a____iie-i  !���'  '/'  oi q, very Benous attack of bronchitis,  jucn (*u,il>:o,   ;  consider ibis j>oms��ly  Oxone Is u Hesler god C  OPANBROQK  TO ASTd from all  FOE   FINE   TAILORING   GO  TO  XTEnEllSTAnT, MXESTBREIil^.CO.  er Beer, Porter em  er Always on Hand.  Quality not excelled in the eountry.JiiTryJit'an^  be convinced.       '  ���   . . "  t-. '  _  Il you want to buy  or    sell   apply    to  tl  j__ ���  K_t___!_  ;sssiof  ��iH^TtIru;: rrcparatlojw usrd to allo-  bro.i..-,���al aQwtion.q glvo a cortaii:  amount, o.- ri-mporuvy n-Uoi, but at  tho ramc fiaso p.ov3 injurious to dif-  ^L:nF s?^"''1 :-,J ,tao body. Thin is  e   ��� u-uily true in tka case  of  pursoas  Ao-j Ozone corunujswo dn-SSf n_t] iu.  B.e.i.l i.i    iri !:���!.,:���.-a dfJi(/i:r: ������oi:.n<h  po.Mi-I.-. f,.,. Ojj.*!io to prove njivii,.,,,..  yi/f M -ii.-t-t i��l   to .r-veiy onrnu   of",bo  bill,'.  U  r.l.'J|-)IV  Hf-ail Offlco  DliA-XltltoOK  iOYIE, B. S.  C,f;sLl"j'vi.-*_"-j ]  Cc'.-���,.-; if. "  l" ...���',  ��� T  cure:; a::-*-���:��� ar-;e by  U'0 C'i'-O^' rl .' r ���';-������ - +h ' "i  -  ' ���    -      !���'*.....:   Lrlcl I  on  ��'  Tories;.  u Uie miittei ol th.< Act to rcirulnto tlio clear  3'3%.,t!>c]b���)7I,dstloamb, boiaK Chui>tc!r -1(-y  soiicoislicreliy (-"ivon tliat applJcalion Jias  lh in.idc b/ UicLiistKooiuuay Zumbt-r CW  uj, Limitu , of cianbioofc, Uritlsli.'Cbltmi-  i,   io  iJil   I luiiieui iirOo.ernor iii   Cojiuci]  dejll/JCJ/lOMMDllS    OI    I'ic   llbOVC  111 OU tfoilfl   1  t/oiautno-Jt\ io p </r.,u upon tho exuira-' ��������*���  xi ol m\iv dais horn liio /irsc piiWioatioli of ^'1  ih noucoiu iho him&ji Ooluiabm t-Jnzet-te aud  3}K Loader, nousj/iipot ut .Moyio, ii. U��� wiUi  jromoi-iloiobM-uotioiis arid ibo coustnio-  u of ilanib, biiilos M'nl Ijooiris, and othor  irka tlioioin and mtriou uucossary to faoili  o, tlio lloaiiiiii mad tiaiiMiiItti-ug-ol logs and  lber in Oil iloyic ino- bulow tho lower  ���ji. lake, ai d a'so to inko and u.se auv 'Julids  iiohinav bo ni,e.L.**ai.v loi the oousu-uotion  tlioMiia \vuil.s, also that the toll rato pro-  iod io be oiiuiKcdis   -jJ 00 per thousaud foul,  ird   UlLll'll-e  .V."..'.'/'^/.''^ rs,,ld toml,an>- liavo 'deposited  Hi tho Chief Lomini&aouer of Lands and  jrkyitVJCtoiiH, Jj cmups aid plans a  il*ol nl'i.'i.iici.asiiijiiii^aby the .said Act  He Jntirls and �� nci m ho ad'oolod bv the  d uorl. iiiJl botlit lands ftdjoluing nnd tlio  tcrsol. t'lCbafajMoju inir'boiow tho sai'J  '>ieinKi, cijiI tlie fiiiulloiii.1" .Movie hil<o  >, teil at UmiihrooK, ii I , this /tintli  dav nf  Kffi��K     ' W. l-'.GUi'.i;;  l|pricllor for tl,c AM'HcniUH     Cranbrook, B. C- ���  V ��� i.'-'i   Iji/Kl.;.       -.,/;:���   l,,  Tllii! Oi':  i( 'r.-ili.o   '.'f"-si..-,i^��� {j  -*' *' J/^/ aii.l ;  'O^r on ii  i  ii* .-old  V- )��� bv  !.i::)po:  .���-vilit oi  Fine   Baitings,   OvercoUing -  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE, B. o  {EAST KOOHMYrdBomiHG  GO1!  CKANBROOK, Br C.  Waters of all  Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and  ft       -f- Br _*���_ x^-^^^jmm  _'_ ' yy---  -.���-''   \  P, F. JOHMSWft  | This Hotel is New and well Furnished  The  Market affords. The. Bar is FiHed with  the Best Brands of Lienors and OJgwf  fli    -  to  to  to  ^   aiOYXK,  Jj�� , ._..., I - *.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  imrris u.ooktranjiA  is ft Mtji ii mm  ' f  ;-, -(-���:- i i tt tl,  loroiito, Out.  Jofs&jm-'s . Convent.  KELSOi*T,B. 0..  hoarding and Day Scliool conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  ��>.- .0; .Commercial-, and business  courses a .specialty. Excellence and  swift prognvg eharacleuize eacbyio-  piirlmont. parents- should write for  par-icuhirs. One month assures the  piibiic of. tbe IhorouyhncfiR of (bo  Sisters' metbody of teaching. Terms  comniynce January, -April -and .Sept.  I upils are admittud during term  ^E��<Qjt��.'2!? Xj.X_^JE2  TO  Spokane.   Seattle   and  Coast Points  St, Paul,Duluth, Minneapolis   ,  Chicago and Points East.  Y*) TRAINS DAILY q  ���;��>/   FySt TIME    /  jSTew- Equipment -.Throughout,"  Day  Coaches, Palace   and  .Tourist  :. Sleepers, Dining and Buffet Smoking and Library Oars,  y ���!'>[,tic!��ts-  R^^>  Polders  and  i luill information, cull on   or  address any   On at Northern A cent  or write ��  A. Jl. C. lyjSXXISTOX, g, W. I'. A.  (U2 First Avenue. :     Skattlkj, Wash  hi  WHOLESALE A NiJ RETAIL    ������  MEAT   .MEEOHMTS:  Fresh  and Cured Meat's,.. Freeh    !  'Fish, Game   ana. Poultry.    IVe  suPl?1y,.only   the^ best.\  Your  trade solicited.  ptAKICKTS  In   aU;l t.Ko   Princ'ipaJ  Cities and   Towns   in  'British���Columbia.  Meadqimh-i,,,,.  kor East KoovzuAr.  Sanuarinm.  ARROW   LAKE,  B.   G.1  Tho,Most Complete  Health    Resoiit   on  the ; Continent     of  -."NorthI'America..'  its BATHS Cure all .Nervous  and  Muscular Diseases.- -.;  .Its  WATERS. Heal   all   Kidnev,  Liver and Stomach Ailments.  fn,wIiitnUre *l  ^Gver/ai1ing    Remedy  for all.JtheumatioTroubles.  a7EIiMS~,fI5 to U8 per wcok/'ac- I  'jordiug.to rcbidence.in Hotel or Villus,  CHAS. P.  CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  ���ind  Embalmer.  ��� Coffins, Caskets, shrouds of lallsizea  and styles constantly kept in stock.  Office over Imperial -Bank of Canada. Telegraph and mail' orders receive prompt attention. Open night  and day.   'Phono 43.' -  Oranbrook,  ByC.  Mrs. W. A. Prest,  Photographer",  Oriiubrook      Muyi,-,    JTortatfloio,'.  ���er  In McGregor Building.  G$m Wednesdays  and Saturday  VV. ll. Stone, Prop.  e>j;.iv��'  "V*r�� ^r^\  L#V,fv|  P..   -.  ������"Vt_?v*��*       ������ *  "���*  :^,��J^fe  Wm  Iwi  5S-SBB  Vi?a5  r^g  fsJBox^>-���  *.%e_g___-  At  **���������  !*.#g  ,ti  ^  awg��  l'����W/  ^S*J *v,-*.te  ��.t,ii-'*��,*.:s.;-.\  MM  Hfi.%!r;


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