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The Moyie Leader May 16, 1908

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 ?*?"  /^-i   ��-_#- *���" -  'TV,*  r-Vi-  "V^JFK*^*"*'".*"5*' 7r,*rrr"'  /,  --  ���*  4  -^���*"  ^  /  .r   i  87  '4  IffflH  SXUQUARTERS  FOR.    ,  JOTTVENIRS  f��k] WILSON, Jeweler  " ;CRANimOOK.  s__te__v>il&_*-' r,  ���EZ&>_U II,'NO 6-  ITcAPAfnr*?   Cvt_t-..  OT7E, GLASSES DO   IT  W. II WILSON, Cf iician     ,  CT<A2\ BROOK.  MOYIE, B. 0., /'MAY 16  WOS.  SM Hundred  * 1, 1 >   -  Men's fanc^spring shirts. Yarious , assort-  |t-rnents of (fabri<;,' including zeffers, - gingham's,  |?par^mata and.new riieLven crepe.  '        ,  Xliese new artistic designs and patterns, are  Nt_e -best':-ever shown h'y us and the."rapid sales  jiwhich-'we are making is ample reward for the  (Spare and;trouble'"exercised in selecting. They"  fare always sold on sight;   '>',;'��'. n .  *3,'A   YhAR  &   '   GENERAL FLOAT        1  a**3& j>ssa5r>��7=��^7_��S'.^*7_>a35a^*J;:  Tue Kilties baud is  tour of the world.   ,   '  to make a  Has a<  .. Tie/ Contract.  M. J.  JfelTeriry   has" opened a  music store in Cranbrook.     ,    ���  r. Bob Graham   warns* miners'  keep away from Nevada*  to  &r*  m-jmrnm^  "'"Twenty-eight labor  unions  are  flourishing in Austin, Texas. '''  The Liberal convention will bo  held at Nelson on Thursday June  4th.'   ,\    '   ' ">'-     -   ���  '���  -Tho    teIephone._dine,�� between  Cranbrook and Moyie is being re  bmit.:.' -T -   - , 7-'  w;  Tobaccos,   ; Confectionery  tgBLL.BL0OK-_ .:''._. .1. vV^'Vv r. - 1J ��' -^4 ' vV ' MOYIE'/  tOFire, Life V and Accident Irisuraiice.v '��� ��� ���  Arrived  _. ,     I       i#I rf- _., ,.    -v. _  _ . . T       _ ��� . . ���  ^Another car ,of tlieVcelebratecL Calgary"T  fi. .;.   *   _<,*-**������..,__-    i     *   ��� ;^�� -<���'   ������  r-*^   jr.  &  -cl iTv'rT-_- JMillmg .juompany a,.\k~_ ���;-:,,;> '.-',-,.���,   ,i  iGARiAN* EATENTy^febUR:"  i'.v Als6\/Brani:Chbp;-Oats .and.. Wlieat.'"-- "' "/ "  Steele  , Porte  Dominion Day  getting busy.  'will     celebrate  Time Moyie'-.was  1 A,big strike has-been made,.on  the pranite mine, five milea f-west  of.Nels.on-' . < '�� <  John R. Stone of Spokane  hxs  the contract,of taking <��� out 50,000  ties for' ,t the  0/ -P.  R.     lie will  have his" camps 'near Aldridge.two  mile3 f5outh of'Moyie, and will era-  ploy from 20, to 30 'men.    Jt   will  t'tke nearly six   months  to complete the0lepi> tracts    ^This  work  will  prove-'a    go'ocl'^thing     for  Moyio, as all the, supplies will be  purchased   here,    and   the town  will  'djrive,���.considerable benifit  from  the - payroll.'<",lMr. i Stone ia  now m town arranging- for start-  ' (' 'i '     ? ��� R      ' ������ i li  ing work.'     ��� *,   s .    ^   . s  Will Stock v(he.Society -Girl  I LOCAL ASSAYS  W->555,55:_:5->2;-$->_��-5a_(.5.9*=.5.^-5tt;  Waltei Sorrell and family' k-fc  JMmday for Vancouver Island.  ,Billy Haurahan returned this  week from the t'oeur d'Alenes.  f While hpre la.-t Sunday Rev.  Air. I^iewelling ra.-,   the   gut_s_   of  Air. and Mm. W. 3L L-iird.  j  A son was born to Mr. and Al r?.  W. G. Barman on 'Saturday, Ahiy  TI t  John Elmer, rppresenting A. L  MeDermot' of Cranbrook, was " in  town'Wednesday.   ,.   ' >.  Airs. JJarry Swan.i's in Vernie  visiting wich hor sister, Ali-_i,'Wm.  Mills.    '  ���*�� '_  v  ,���*]>  An* excursion >v*, "train of" seven  Pullman sleepers will be run from  Spokane to Seattle'on  May 24th.  ���.    hZ'-x -. -. >��� ���-'- : ,  ^,There,are , 10-negro_banks_ in  Mississippi and they, havo organized' a state bankers association' of  'their'own. i _'   '   ���< i"i*   "--?   '/' ''  G. M. Kiugtformerly of the Ho-  tel Allan' ,afc Rossland dropped  dead tafc, Goldfield, * Nevada; on  May,-ith. *';'���   ���  * ^/^.'-*ft  ��H>^  f-*-*-?  S__3a^S2S20&_^E38^S3^^SG52SES?  ie: Co-Operative fAssbciationT Ltd#  WHAT IS THE  BEASON? ..,;���  ���. -    V      _    j      ���. .,     , J"   ^      " , ^  customers are'saying "it costs.us, from $2 , to  |a month less per.' head''for 1 groceries1 than ,it  Id to do when we bought'from -the private  mers!".   Try us for a^month, and  you^ will   find,  answer.       .   ,_        '       ���    -      \     .,       1  Pirst Division,of Profits June 30. '" ,  The Aliners', Union in Fernie is  buildia'g a' hall that will cost $35,-  0,00. 'The opera*house.part ''of ifck  will seat 800, people.'',.    ��� -. *    r  Chas. Parrell is  comjsleting  ar  rangements for incorporating'' a-  company- to /handle  the? Society  Girl ..property."  This-property is  situated immediately'ea.'st   of the  St.v Eugene  and .,ha"s/;iong '��� been1  known to-be the makings of a big  mine'    But'it will require" consid-  erable capital to devtlop it,  aud  for this rea'sorj..Mr.'Farrell has decided to  sell' stock!    About .$10,-.  000 have ��� already* been   spent on  dey-elopment, - and   nearly   that  amount  has been ' realized   from  pre shipped. ,  "  .,'      " '   *   . '     '  '--The Canada Zinc Co, of.-Nelson  will begin operations, about June  1st, and wilhbe' capable  of hand-'  ling 20 tons��of ore'a day.  ,*--.'        Ji,' * , J,    -  ��--V'  "^ Eugene V. Debbs .will ^gain be  a candidate for president on,-lthe  Socialist ticket. His - running  mate will be Benjaman ^H. Ilan-  ford of New York. *   ,  ���   ��� Movingi, Picture ..SIiow.\  -r     '   '���'    ,*( '   ',    '[    A' 1'       -   >l  ��.  n G eo. J.' McIIenry', of Cranbrook,  will be-hi Moyie next "Wednesday-  evening vrithkis^ moving, picture  show. It will be iu ''Motioy hall-  The show will--"be'of a'high class  order, and the people of Moyie  should give'ther enterprise, every  encouragement"'- possibly.-"'If - the  show is".;*given;^sufficent support  Mr.^_ ^McHenBy'Ujviir-i-a.i'ange ",to  cpme^horbro'ne'jnigh.V each' Week.-'-  ^ "' . ��� '���"'' -" ~"     -   t�� -.**, i-  Thos. Lenihau, wife and daugh-  I ter' spent "two or   tiiree   days' of  j this week in Cranbrook.    '  >  ^   Mike    Torpy, M.  f.'  Gill   and'  'Paul Jensen' were, in  Cranbrook  yesterday attending  court.    .   ' "  ��-,       -.  1. -   i   ,i <���  . Miss 'Esther Borgland is -up  from ' Spokane oh a; short' visit  with her brother. ���<��� '���  ' * -'" '  ?j[!ss HazeJ Clino, was up from  Cranbrook trie first "of the week  .visiting with Miss Edith Ifawke. -  .'-Rev. and 'Mrs. Boulton a-e at  Vancouver attending the Methodist conference. ,  ,����� ���-   1  ���'."'Cha'sirl.'iJBorite and wife have  moved to their ranch near Vegre-  ville; Alberta:'     -     /,'    "  j The wife and children of Archibald Cook arrived Tuesday from  England. 'Tbiey were accompanied by;Mr.. Cook's brother'.1 '     ,-  IX ]  ill-  fee  '1,  m  This/is .the time of Hie yoriv to do yo'ur  while tho days are cloudy rind cool, and  the dust begins to7l v.    ,  .  '    We carry prism Brand ready mixed   paint, in  all the leading colors. ' Also  win"  'pentine,' varnishes, paintbrushes,  -'_      With rrism Brand  mixed  your  ,pajii(-  before"  lo  load, oil,, tur-  ctc., etc. '��� "  paint  j-ou'.can1- do-  'me  rownworJc as well as any painter. ,���   ,'���'   "]"-,'   ���  Try a'tin on your kitchen,ceili.ng.or wa,inscot- .. "r.  and be convinced 'that with, J'rism 'Brand- you  are,a painter. *   '      ,   ; -     ���     ' ,    ,.  :.. MacEa'chero -&��� Macdona-Idj:  . . i  affiSK*^___(_ac__6 2��2i3_SE_________3S3  : Will Visit'in- EasL  cms  .���* .-*,  Cash.   Deposit Accounts Opened  EARE.ELL\BLOCK    * 'Z:  ^^______��&_]________S:  E: H. Small has had, a new_J.bar  an-1 fixtures pub in the Co3mopol-  itm hotel at Cranbrook and has  bad-many other " improvements  made on the place.    . ,  y&2��^8T.  ?_lf_i_.rfjLitr __Jr__rii_rfr_s^ifttJ*z_rf<^>t.^��-rfiL'i^*^'^^  _*  MOYIE'S    LEADING   HOTEL.  .otel Kootenay  .The ."best of accommodations,  for the Trayeling Public,   r  _ ���  j^rge and,Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms,  MoTAVISH.& CAMERON Proprietors. |  In Germany all workmen, servants and clerks above ������ sixteen  and getting loss than'$500 a year  are- obliged by law' to ' insure  against old age.  Samuel Gompers, president^ of  the American Federation of Labor  says that organized labor will  make its influence felt iu ,the  coming presidental election to an  extent that^will make statesmen  "sit up and take  notice."  Mrs. C. A. Foote will leave next  Monday, for Toronto- and ��� other  points in Ontario, where she will  visitfor almonth or two with relatives. In recognition of her  many- kind acts in assisting iu  every undertaking for the b n'-fic  of the town, her numerous friends  gave her a, pleasant surprise at  the Drewry building last night  in th'e way of a surprise party.  It is the wish of all that she has  an enjoyable trip.  A Burglary.  - . Jack.OVDonnell, for a 18ng time  mucker boss at the the St. Eugene  left this week" for-Field to work  in the big-railway funnel. >  - ,?*���' J. l-pwes"' wa.3 ^dbwu , to,'Michel Monday ^evening, in- attendance at "'the starting'.of the Odd  Fellows' 'lodge.'" '" "l '" '   '    "' '  ... ' .        . ',..-,  ; e Mr. Albert. Pitman', has < an ^ oil  painting' on, .exhibition at'' the  Leader office.which 'he intends  raffling soon. THepaiotiug is by  himself-and is very' cleverly executed       ''     "  "\~ "���  At the Catholic social list Sit-  (urday evening one of the sofa, pillows raffled was'wonTay a 11. Mc-  Kenna. , The pillow was not  claimed and it is now, being held  by Mrs. Moran] awaiting the  owner. .-   *  Will Kick the1 Pigskin.  'There will be an interesting  football match at Cranbrook next  Monday between the''Moyie' and  Cranbrook' teams. The game- i3  scheduled'fcotstart at 0:30 o'clock  in the evening. It will take place  on'the" flat near the C. P. IL station,  team is  METAL   MARKET,  New York���liar silver, 33  Lead, ��l."7o.    Copper; 13 ctf.  v "Losbox���Lead, ��13, Ids 3d.  ;'    Scandinavians Organize.'  eta  4 A branch of .die Scandinaviarv  lThe lineup, of the ,M_>yiej ^1d ^ncI ' fellow ship" Society 6f-  isras follows:'' .    *' "   ''   -", * A'"erica was org-tiiized  in  Moyie  Wtiduesday night by'dhas! iErfek-  son'   of  'Pvosshipd.    ~  Got.1������F. Perkins,     ���      z,  '    ' .  Left Back���A *GiH_  Right Back���A. Chirk, ^ f '   -  =. Left Half��� Sanvnge.'        '/.    "'.  , Center Half���M.' Marshall, ,  ''  Right H..lf���TPaldt'idgef  -, Left "W.iiig���Crowe,"-Kerr. ���  v 'Center r Forward���B.1 Marshall  ' R. AVing-^-Lind-'ay, Chadwiclc,  Reserves���McLaren,    TurnbalJ,  Wilson.  Bg Profits in Mining.  Twenty fou  members, wore1' initiated. " The  meeting.-was.'held 'in McGregor'  hall. - The 'society/is 'a ^fraternal  one, and"also paj's .sick' benefit;-..  Iu the east the society-is very  strong and one- of the^many good  acts it has accomplished there  was the building of an old man's  hom'e. The Moyie .society will  meet every two weeks. ���  Why is it  that 90 per cent of the travellers are wearing  20 CENTURY  Clothing?  HILL,  BRAND  Ask  ��� The altar for the new Catholic  church in Spokane will be the  gift of Mrs. Patrick Clark, wife of  the well known millionaire mining  man of that city. The altar when  completed and iu place is estimated to cost approximately $15,000.  It is to bo constructed of Italian  marble and Mexican onyx aggregating 30 tons iu weight.  Some time last Monday night  the store of J. TV". Pitch was broken into aud about $5 taken out  of tho cash register.. Entrance  was gained by breaking the glass  in tho door, which allowed the  hand to be reached iu to turn the  spring lock. Xo goods were missed from the stoie. There is as  yet no clue to the culprit.  Students Erom McGill.  Successful Church   Social.  FURNISHER.  Jl>r^ikA__''v*_[*v5Vv *  f"v  ' >        '   "' ���'������"'������" -���-"���--'.-������-' ..j..-��Pr=r^l._,        .      ,, ,. ���  ���**���  it. .A **Ia ^^feA^yj 'f. i>  y    Imperial Bank of Canada,  jrfz_V.__rfz____ <^ If,  s  ^���:9w*#li';^'^  I.   'Jf-*^7^&..W,s'n-.-:4._i     1.-j.-,... ������-1 ���$10,000,000.   4,923,000.  Jl^Rest r ������ 4,025.000,  Savings  bank  department,  ���$^m  lflev*^'  cveijcMted quarterly.  5*'TCiv'"- ?nt8vest allowed on deposits fr  K>M CjT_icfited auarterlv.  om date   of   deposits   and  The ladies of tho Catholic  church met with their usual good  success at their social last Saturday afternoon and evening. The  demand for sandwiches, cake, coffee and ice cream was even more  than the ladies had anticipated  and everything ou hand was sold.  Every item on tho program in the  evening was interesting. Tho  ladies of the Altar society of tho  church wish to extend their  thanks to all who assisted them.  Dr. J. B. Porter, professor of  mining at McGill, and his party  of students were at Moyie for a  week studying mining and milling at the St Eugene. The1 students left iu their special cars  yesterday for Nelson, Itosslaud  and- the Boundary. Dr. Porter  left a day or two ahead to attend  the IVliuing Institute meeting at  Possland.  Cranbrook Races.  Special Trains   Service.  fr***!  C|6ANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F. M.PIISIKHAM, Manager.  '#$.*  .V * <���  '5" A-i$'__X2-r ������  %_S8^ftfe>  *%z7$z-qs>sfr efx-z$sr*,*-m /vn&rzfrrtp. ffS"Vfv f^.-x^-e^rz^c ^^  Cranbrook Herald:���It is understood that L n. Wilson C. P. R.  agent, will conclude arrangements  wherby a special train will leave  Sirdar early on Monday morning  stopping at all points west of  Cranbrook, to accommodate the  public wishing to attend  races.  Somo 50 horses are entered for  the races at Cranbrook next Monday and Tuesday. Nearly all of  them are imported and are thoroughbreds. No doubt if the  weather is fair there will be a big  attendance from Moyie. It is  understood the C. P. It. will issue  single fare tickets for tho round  trip.  the  ft;,  -1'%/.'  ^^y.4iz  v >  hi  This notice has been display in  a London suburb: Why, pay rent.  when you can hire a horse, man  and a dark night for Is Od an  koF? '.-Night-- removals without  ,' disturbing your neighbors a speciality,"  St. Andrews Presbyteeian  church. Divine Service Sabbath  evening 7:30 p. m. Speaker W.  T. M-jCres. Trio ���"Fierce Raged  the Tempest," by Messrs. Sower-  butts, McCree aud Thorn.  FOR SALE���Four room house.  Apply to the International hotel.  * Sas-Poo-Ko-Po-Tam, a nigger  who dubbs himself a lone savage  canibal from tho Fiji Islands,  gave a show in McGregor hall  Monday night. About 20 men  and kids made up the audience.  The show was very much on the  bum. ��� >*  FOR RENT���Barber shop next  door to Leader office. Apply to  C. A. Foote.  Methodist church, tomorrow  May 17th. Children's service at  3 p. m. Parents and Adults invited. Evening Service at 7:30.  Preacher at both services Miss  McMillan captain of the Solvation  Army of Cranbrook. Everybody  welcome.  Two keys found on the ball  ground were left at this office.  Owner can call and get them.  Rev. E. P. Flewelliug, pastor of  the church of England, Cranbrook  preached in McGregor' hall last  Sundaj'.  W. R. fuman, M. O., consulting  eye specialist, of Winnipeg and  Vancouver, will be in Moyie Monday and Tuesday, May ISth and  19fch. Twenty-nine years' experience in Winnipeg. Complicated  cases a specialty. If you have  any trouble with the eyes or need  glasses accurately fitted, consult  him free day or evouemg.  In spite of the slum p in the'  price of lead last till the net profits of the five big mining companies in the Coeur d'Alenes amouted  in11007 , tb $5,119,S30. Of these  tho liuuker Hill &, Sullivan at  Wardner was the -largest jingle  producer showing a net profit of  $2,264,213. The four mines owned nnd operated by the Federal  Mining & Smeltiug company, the  Last Chance, Morning, Tiger-  Poormau and the Standard-Mammoth, showed a net profit of $1,-  500,707, although three of the  mines were closed the latter pait  of the year and the other rAti  with reduced force.  The Snowstorm mine, the only  one not a lead-silver producer,  showed a net profit of $45i,2SS,  an increase from the previous  year although copper declined in  price. The Hercules mine at  Bmke made $763,100 above all expenses aud the Ilecla mine at  Burke made a net profit of $137,-  188.  For Fin lay River.  A bunch of five pulled out, of  Moyie one day'this week fpr tho  Fitilay river district in the northern part of the province. They  are Peter Eaoch; Marius Peterson.  Emil Johnsob, Peter , Sundberg,  and E-ml Olson. They- went via.  Spokane Laud Seattle. 'It is their  intention-to spend the whole summer in that northern country.  Sorry to Lose Him.  The   Union   Onion.  J. J. Murphy, one of the pion eer  merehauts of Moyie, last today  for Hosmer, where he will remain  for two or three weeks before going to Silt Like City. The very  best wishes of everyone goes with  Mr. Murphy, for he leaves none  but froiuda behind.  J. VV.  Fitch' Aloviiiff.  li ���  '��� -  V  1 1  FOR SALE-Two gxiod, substantial houses and lots on easy  terms.    Apply'to F. J. Smyth.  lle"planted_a union onion,  For he ivai a union man,  And ho managed all of hit* affairs,  Ou a rigid union plan.  He tended his union onion  With patience and gentle care:-.  But  the  union    onion    went    on  strike,  To the union ruau'o despair,  IIe*as-kcd of the union onion  If it wouldn't  ai-hitraff-  But the onion said ic could not, f.u  Tts giievence was too grcar.  "What giievenco, oh, union onion?.  He aske '; and tlie onion s-.i-I,  "Well. T want a   union   _ha.ub"r-  m-iid  To bo making up my bed."  J- W. Fitch is busy today moving hi-3 stock of g iods from the  Conrad on south Victoria building  btreot to the Morley building,  upon which he has taken several  3'ears lease.  Aurora Stock in   Demand.  The stock in the  Aurora    Mining and   Milling    company    will  soon be on  the  raniket,    Already  "application luij, been made   for  a  1 irge number of shares.  FOll S.VLE^-Fr-esh milch  For' particul-irs write to,  MORGAN LONG-,  Pinchcr Creek Alta  co-.rp.  jit.^-'-*  '"���sS  Shields Hie Food from Alum  .- ���_;>-���������:__"  f rV'\  fe I  v      "  - JJUUU  '   I  THE LEADER; MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ?4'  ',H  Be i *  t  ^  ! s  t.  .*.*.  ' ,','<  4  r  ,io\,  J'  -*3*  f  'ii'.  )  t   ��f  {'  * *  '  V- i  h  V-  < j \  ' V  i, I*  ,*.-  r  '>  .��.'  '.        1  .j  ',J '  1   .'-  -tV v  *,.  J  ' (  ,  *  I  1 .  '"  ' )  if  ',.     -1  '' f '  <7f  ....  1  *l   if  "   v. '  i t*  1   ,  '*i\  ",��.'.  ', t  , 4,.  ^7  ���lj ���>,  A  1^"  ,    Is-  f;  ,^'    .f  r <-,f,  ?',  13-'  r-   ,>"  '1 '���  'to:  t>,*  <V      "_'  ,4:'  fc  I                 ,'  'f-S  ^^i  ;.%,  i j *  '.''.���  f-'  *��, *  .'���*t  1   f  '���'',.. ^  j ���..-  V  ��   /J   T  �����  Il   '.  ? *   ' ���:  REFUGEES  By A. CONAN DOYLE.  Ant hor  of   ''The   Return   o!   Sherlock  Holmes'*  Copyright, 1833. by Harper & Brother*  - f.    _ _   _���   'V. '  ,      .... V (--���    ���!���>' "A- *  .    -, VlJ^'-- - A_  .'s $r-W - * ft-'  - i'.'   ��*--,..<���    .; ;  -   , taw.' t1.  \,   .f't, '.:��- ���  -I/w.-'lA.,  -tfriUfft f-iy? -  i'P^r^'J ' '  "i*__s^^s  ag|is|.i _"?'���; .��� .  5- I    '���     ' .w  c',hr v'JiS':."_ ���*  . bii- 'J  -Yi'V").  -tr    -?' -*?.,, ^,  -���'/    ���<! !*���;���.  *.'    'A'1., -tt   '  -_        '     a.-J   ���-  'J��.&Jrt,f__  , V";   ''t.n-1  l'>: *--������' ()"  I'fJft'     .*'  *,H        .11  ?.-    '��r-  ly l-'-  l[  I -, ,   (   tz*-. "  "^r j<7>.:r  '  \kx$?z< >  ���^\:IV'  . i*if " ��� _"   "  ;i|"! v-;.r,���  T-'-'l .'.       'V.'  v.     ,_       '  4    r3  n#fe  r"-." "  "v\ft,-%jJ  kTii' C  0yyi  .������^.iiiv;-.-.'  Iti)^1  !.p.-:  ���'.-,-  i^-./v/;e-.' .;'  i.:r.-.-  zy  _C(iiiiitui<-'d)  ^.ilM'il'Al  \'il  wojii.ui v> no ��iis iiJwavs lull  of self real ram t unci of t-ooJ  resource.   With a lnuik smile  ^of   greeting   bhe  advanced  with' outstretched hand.  ,   "This is Indeed a pleasure,", said she.  'Hut Mine,  de  Moiitespnn'was very  miKi-y, so ausry that she was evidently  mailing strong efforts to keep, her&elf  wilhin control and  to avoid breaking  Into  a   furious   outburst.   'She   disre-  ,    garded  her  rival's,   outs.(.retched  hand  und turned toward the king, who had  been looking'at her with a darkening  fare. '    ,  ���'I fear (hat I intrude, sire."      "    ���   ,  "Your entrance, maduinc, is certainly  EOiiic-wliat .���ibrupl."     ���' ,   ���  "I   must'crave   pardon   if  It  Is  so.  Since this lady 1ms been,the governess  of iu.v cliildreui I have been in the hab-  (jf  oi"   cqinlng' Into   her   room . unannounced." ( ' '  "As far as 1'am coucerned, you are  most vck'oijie to^lo su," said her rival,  vri'ih perfect eonipoMire.  r '"1 confess that I had not even thought  'it nece.ssary to aslt your p'ormission.  . uiadamo," Ijie other answered coldly.  ., '"Then you shall certainly do so in  the future, niadame," said the king  etbnily. "It'is my express order ui  you that'-evefy jwssible respect'is. to'  "be shown in every wjiy^o this lady."   ',  * "Oh, to this lady!" with a wave of  ' her hand In her direction. ' "Your majesty's commands are,of course our,  laws. But I must remeintfor that it  is (his  lady/for sometimes, one may  .get confused* as to, which name it is  that your majesty has, picked out for  honor.'' i -   '  ' She,was superb In her pride and'her  fearlessness as she stood, with her  sparkling blue eyes and her'heaving  bosom, looking down upon her royal  lover.i 'Angry as he was, his gaze lost  something'of its sternness as it rested  upon  her' round  full  throat and  the  ��� delicate lines of her shapely shoulders.'  /���There is nothing to be gained, ma-  dame, by being insolent," said he.  "Truth is always mistaken for insolence, sire, at the court of France."  '   "You   forget  yourself,   niadame.,   1  beg that you will leave tlie, room."    *  ,   "I must first, remind your majesty  that I, was'sc-, far honored as to havo  , an appointment this afternoon. At <i  o'clock I had your, royal promise that  you would,come to rue. I cannot doubt  that j-onr majesty will keep that promise In spite of\ the fascinations which  you may find here."  ��� "I should have come, madame, but  ,the cloclc,* as you .may 6bserve, is half  tin hour slow, and the time had,passed ������  before I was aware of'it." (  -,  "1 beg, i&ird. that you wilU not'let  that distrebs yon.* I am returning to  my'Chamber, and'5 o"clock will suit  mo as well as 4."   '' "  <'"I vthank you, madame,,, but I have  not found this interview so pleasant  that I should seek another."  "Then your majesty will break your  .word!';      \   ,  '���Silence,' madame! This is intolerable!"  1 "It is indeed intolerable!" cried tbe  (angry lady, throwing all discretion- to  the winds. "Oh, I am not afraid of  you, sire. I have loved you, but I have  never feared you. I leave you here. I  ilcavcf you with your conscience and  lyour���your lady confessor. But'one  [word of truth you shall, hear before I  feo. Yon have boon false to your wife,  and you have been - false to your mis-  Itress, but Tc is only now that I find that  .yon can be false also to your word."  She swept him an indignant courtesy  .anitglided with head erect out of the  room.  | The king sprang from his chair as if  lie had beon stung. Accustomed as he  ;was to his gentle little wife and the  even gentler La Valliere, such lan-  "pruage as this bad never before intruded itself upon tho royal ears. And then  bis whole soul rose up in anger>at her,  ;at the woman who had dared to raise  ber voice against him. He gave an jn-  'articulate cry of rage aud'rushed to  tlie door.  1    "Sire!"     Mine,   de   Maintenon,   who  had watched keenly  the swift play of  Ins emotion1? ovor his expressive face!  took two (inick steps forward and laid  ber hand upon his arm.  "I will go after her."  "And why, t.ire?"  "To forbid ber the court."  "Kut, sire"���  "You heard her!    It Is Infamous!    1  shall go."  "But, sire, could you not write?"  "No, no; 1 shall see her."    lie pulled  open the door.  "Oh, sire, be firm, then!" It was with  nn anxious face lli.it she watched him  tlart off, walking rapidly, with angry  gcMuics,. down the corridor. Then she  turned back and, dropping upon hor  knees on the prie-dieu, bowed hor head  in pi a. cr for the king, for herself and  for I'rance.  Oe C'.itiiiaf, tbe guardsman, had em-  p!o. ed .himself; in shqwiug his young  friend from over the water all the wonT  dors of (lie great palace.  Do Catiuat bad arranged that the  American'-'should remain with his.  friend Major:de Brissac, as the, time  had come-round for his own second  tuni of guard. He had hardly stationed  himself in the corridor when lie was  astonished to see'the king, without escort., or attendants. . walking swiftly  down the passage. His delicate face  ���witE disfigured with anger.1 and liir-  mouth was set grimly, like that of I  man who had taken a momentous res  1 olution.  "OOlcer of (the guard," said he shorf  iy-' ' , ' . '   '  "Yes, sire."    ,   ���     ..     '  "I wish your assistance." .  "I am at your command, sire."  "Is there a subaltern here?"  "Lieutenant   de 'la   Tremouille   Ib at  the siilo guard." ��� !  "Very  well.     You  will place him  l.i  command.    You will yourself go to the  apartment of M. de Vivonue.    If he. Is  -.-inr (hero '���/.���<   rr'niyf  <;o and  Reel: him.  Wherever he  is  you  must  find  him  within the hour."  "Yes, sire."  ���Tou will give li'in an order rrom  me. At G o'clock he is to by in his carriage 'at the east gate of the palace,  liis sister, Mine.'de Montespan, will  awa.it' him there, and be i-i charged by  me to drive her to the chateau of Peti'  Bourg. Tou will tell him "that he Is answerable to me for her arrival there."  "Yes, sire." De Catmnt raised, his  sword In salute and started uoou his  mission.  The king parsed on down tbe corridor and opened a door- which led him  intoc a magnificent anteroom, all one  blaze., of mirrors and gold, furnished  to a marvel with the most delicate  ebony and silver suit/ on a deep red  carpet of Aleppo, as-1 soft and yielding  as the moss of a forest.    ,.  Without knocking, he opened tlie  door farther and passed, on into tho  lady's boudoir.  It was a large and lofty room, very  different from that from which he had  italic^.  Who ' could  ,"AIV is over forever  between us,"  he  ' '  ���       cried, harshly!*       ���       *   .  V j ii '  just comer Three long windows from'-  ceiling to floor took up one side, and  through the delicate pink.' tinted' blinds  the evening sun cast a subdued, and'  dainty light. At the farther Lside,  prone upon an ottoman, her face  burled in the cushion, her beautiful  white arms thrown over it, the rich  coils of her brown hair hanging in disorder' across tlie long curve of her  ivory nock, lay, like a dropping flower;  the woman whom he had come to discard. '_.        ,    '  'At the sound of the closing door she"  had glanced ,'up. and then, ^at sight of  the king, she sprang to her feet and  ran  toward1 hi'm,, her  hands  out,   tier  blue eyes-bedim hied with tears.      '   *.*  "Ah, sire," she cric/1. with a pretty  little sunburst' of joy through her tears,  "then.-I'.have wronged you!,. 'I have  wronged you cruellv! But you have  ,comel after ' me to-toli me that you  have, forgiven me!" She put her arms  forward NvittV the trusting air of a  pretty child who, claims an embrace"  as her, due, but the king stepped swift- -  ly back from her.  "AH is over forever between us," he  cried harshly. '"Your , brother ���, will  await j-ou at the east gate at G o'clock,  aiid it is my command that you wait  there until you receive my further  orders."  She   staggered   back   as   if  he   had  struck ber.   "Leave yon!" she cried.    -  "You must leave the court."  "The court! . Aye, willingly; ttiis instant!    But  you!    Ah,  sire,  you-ask  what is impossible." ' ,  , "I do not ask, madame; I order.  Since you have learned to abuse your  position, your presence has become intolerable. The united kings of Europe  have never dared to speak to me as  you have spoken today. Such things  are not done twice, madame. You'see  your mistake now. At G o'clock you  leave Versailles forever." nis eyes  flashed , and his small upright figure  seemed to swell in the violence of ,liis  Indignation, while she, leaned away  from him, one hand across her eyes.  "Oh, I have been wicked!" she cried.  "I know it; I know it! Mow. could I  speak to you .so! ' How could I! Oh,  that some blight may come upon this  unhappy tongue! I,'' who^bave had  nothing but good from you! I to insult  you, who are the author of all my happiness! Oh, sire, forgive me, forgive  me; for pity's sake forgive me!"  Louis was by Mature a kind hearted  man. His feelings were touched, and  his pride also was flattered by tbe  abasoment of this beautiful and  haughty woman. Uis face softened  somewhat in its expression as he  glanced at her, but he shook his head,  and his voice was as firm as ever as he  answered.  "It is useless, madame," said he. "I  have thought this inattrr oyer for a  long time, and your madness today has  only hurried what must In any case  have taken place. You must leave the  palace."  "I will leave the palace. Say only  that you forgive mo. Oh, sire, I cannot  bear your anger. It crushes me down.  I am not strong enough. It is not banishment, it is death to which you sentence me. Tliink of our long, years of  love, sire, and say that you forgive ine.  ,0U, will you, not give your anger ,up  for mine? My God, he weeps! Oh, I  am'saved; I am saved!" y  ��� "No. no, madame," cried tlie king,  dasbiug his band across his;eyes. "You  see the weakness of the inan, but you  shall also see,tlie .firmness of the- king.  As to'your insults today, I forgive them  freely, If that will make you more hai>-  py in your retirement. I'.ut a time Has  come when it is necessary to review  pur past life and to prepare for that  iwliicli is to come."  "Ah", sire, you pain Ine.' You are not  yet in the prime of your years, aud you  speak as if old age were upon you. In  n score of years from now it may be  time for folks to say that age has made  a change in your life."  Tlie king winced. 'Who say so?" he  cried angrily.  "Oli.ij sire, it slipped fiom me unawares. Think no more of it. Nobody  cays so.   Nobody." ,  "You are hiding something from me.  Who is It who says this?" .    ���  "Oh, sire, it was but foolish court  gossip, all unworthy of your,attention.  To me. sire. yQU.arc_.is Dleaslmr and as  To Purify  The Blood  Liver  Pills.  Tiie.'blood not only cames nourishment to the cells and tissues.oi me  bodv but also isken up the poisonous  waste material or ashes' whu-u remain from the fire of "life,  Tuese poisonous substances can only be lemoved fiom the blood by th"  liver and kidney-* and th _. accounts  for' the 'extraoidmary success of Dr,  A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver J'llls as  ii ineans  of purifying  the  blood  Bv acting directly and specifically  on "these 'oif-uris this medicine ensures regular and hoaltniul action  of the bowels and a thorough cleansing and invigorating, of tho whole  digestive   and   excietory   systems.  The blood is punhVd, ((hgestion improve i, the vital oiga.ir losuino then  vaiious. functions, biliousness, con-  -stipation, liver complaint and kidney  trouble are overcome and' rheumatism, backaches, and ah pains and  aches , disappear.  , 'There is no treatment so prompt  and certain and none so reasonable  in ,price. One'pill a do_e, 25 cents a  box." All dealcis or Edmanson.  Bates & Co., Toronto, Ont. Portrait  and 'signature of A. W. 'Chase, M.D.,  the -famdus Receipt Book author, on  every' box. ,". ,    t >  /raoious  as  wnen you  nrst won   tne  heart of Mile. Tonnay-Charente."  The king smiled as he looked at thc  beautiful woman before him.  ' "In very tiuth." said be, "I can say  that there has beeu no such great  changes in, Mile. Tonnay-Charente either. But still it is best that we should  part, Kranoolse " ,  "You have but to name the place,  sire���Petit Bourg. Chargny or my own  convent of St. Joseph' hi tbe Faubourg  St. Germain. What matter where (he  flower, withers when once the sun has  forever turned from'It? At least the  past is my own, aud I shall live in the  lemembr.mce of (he days when none  bad ooiiu between us and when your  pivoet love was all my own. 'Be happy,  sire/ be happy, and think no more of  what I said about the foolish gossip af  tho court Y'our life lies In the fu-'  lure.* Mine Is in the pist. Adieu, dear  sire, adieu!" She throw forward her  arms, her eyes dimmed over, and she  would have fallen had Louis not sprung  forward and caught hor in his'arms.  Her beautiful head dropped upon his���,  shoulder, her breath was warm upon  his cheek, and the subtle scent of her  hair was in his nostrils. Her broad  white throat was thrown back, her  eyes almost closed, her lips just parted  enough to show the line off, pearly  toeih, her beautiful .face��� not three  Inches from his own.' And then suddenly the eyelids quivered, and (,he  great blue eyes looked up at him lovingly, apptMl'mglyj half deprecating;  half challenging, her'whole'soul in a  Did he move? Or was It sho?  tell? But' their lips had  met in a long'ltiss and then in another,,  nnd plans and resolutions were streaming away ���from1 Louis 'like autumn,  leaves in 'the west wind. i .  ."Then I am not ,to go! You would  not have the heart to send me ,away,  would y'onV" '     '      ,      ��� "'   7   t  1 "No, up; b��t you must not annoy me',  Francoise."..' "   -  V 7 , 1  <���"! had rather die than cause you an  instant of grief. Oh, sire, I have seen  so little of you lately! And I love you  so!'^ It has. maddened'me. ''And then  that dreadful womanV _   "  "Who. then;'* '      '    -.  " ,"0h,' I must not'speak against her.  I Will be civil for ,ybur sake ,even to  her, the_ widow of' old Scarroii." i ,>.'  "Yes, yes. you must be civil. , I cannot have-any unpleasantness.",      .    c  "Brit you0 will stay-with'~trie, "sire?','  Her, supple arms coiled' themselves  round his neck.'-Then she heldbTm for  an instant nt arm's length to feast her  eyes upon bis face, and then'drew'him  once,more toward1 her.' ".You will not''  leave me, dear sire'. It is 'so long since  you ^have beeirliore." -    *.   "   "  ~"I will stay," said he. "      '     ',     "    ,  "And that carriage! dear-sire, af'tho-  east door?"   *v    * ,.'*'.  "I have been very'harsh with yon",  Francoise. You, will forgive me. Have  yon*paper and pencil, that I may countermand the order?"       .  "They arc, here, sire, upon the? side  (able. ,' I have also a'note"'which, if I  may leave you f6r an instant,' I-will  write in'tlie .anteroom."  y She .swept*out withN triumph in her  eyes. It had' been*-a terribie��� fight,1, biit-  'all the, greater-the credit: of her vic-f  tory. She''took <ia little 'pink slip* of  paperffrom an inlaid desk and- dashed  off a few words upon it.    They we're;    . , ,   ���,,     ��� ,,  ,  ������Should Mme. de Mainteuon'liasVany   ~J?;lno. s"<*h won^.; "The Tablets-allay  message for his majesty he will be  for the next few hours in the room of  Mme. de" Montespaii."..' This she -addressed to her rival, and it was sent  on the spot, together with the king's  orde��\ hv,,tn_ ba._i.ds of a page.  (To   be   continued.. .���;  FAITHFUL  STUB.  Story  of a   Little   Dog Which   Bravely  ���       Did  Its Duty.  ,    '  Stub's master had gone away for the  night and had left the dog to^ guard bis  apartments.  In the evening the house caught'Are.  and before the fire engine' arrived' the  blaze had gained firm hold and little  could be-saved. Some of the t*��on discovered thf dog and tried to coax of  drive him from the room, but Stub held  his post. His would be'rescuers did all  they could to get him 'out. but he would  not' budge. Warning growls showed  that he would use his teeth if the men  resorted to force, and finally In their  efforts to save 'the dog the firemen  turned two streams of water on him.  Even this did not dislodge him.  The dog's master was found and  notified of the fire. When he reached  his home the' roof had. fallen in and  the building was a mass of flames. lie  gave one clear whistle, and Stub, who  had defied fire and water and all human Inducements, bounded out of tbo  house and the next instant was licking  the hand which caressed him. ���*  ,''    ,'''-A  Concensus  of  Opinion.'  On the'way to the'office of his publishers'one crisp full moining, James  Whitconib Riley lnftt an - unusually  largeq number of acquaintances who  commented conventionally upon the'  fine" weather. This unremitting^ applause amused, him. ��� When greeted  at the office, \vifh ''Nice,, day. Mr. Ri-  lev," he smiled broadly.  " "Xe's,". ho 'agreed. "*&,- I.vchejud  ���it very highly spoken of.".   (     -��� 'r A  In the -treatment of'summer com-  'p]aints��� tho' mo^t effective ' remedy  that can'be used is Dr: J. D.Kel-  lcgg's'-,I)ysenlery- Cordial. It. is a'  standard preparation and, many people employ it' in .preference -'to other  preparations* It is a highly concentrated medicine,and its' sedative and  curative "qualities are beyond, question. If'jhas'-been a popular medicine'  for, many years and thousands' .can  attest itsr superior qualities 'In' overcoming dysentery aiid kindred complaints.   "   - , ' .(  "John,  do you love me?"   ' -   '   ' ,  ��� ��� "Yes.','      -   _" -  "' u  "Do <>you adore  me?," ,,' _"' ' "   l   /,'  "1 s'pose so." '.       " '   -'  l-   ''Will you,always love me?"/,  ,- .','Yc���look. here,  woman, what have  vou been'-fand gone and ordered- sent  home    now?"���   Louisville    lpourier-  Joiirnal. ' -V r   -  BABY'S TEETHING-TIME' . ���-'-  -'-; JS, A "TROUBLOUS.-TIME^  When-'baby is .teething tlie1'whole  household is-'upset.,.'The tender little'  gums arc inflathed'-'and-swollen, the  poor little child suffers a'nd'often cries  day'arid-.night, wearing tne''mother,  out and'-keeping theVrest of the" family: on edge. "In the.; homes . where  Baby.'s " 0wn~- Tablets - are '-used" there  ,the inflammation/ soothe . the ��� irritation," and tbring .the teeth.- , through  painlessly. Mrs. S.' Williams. v St.  Joseph, Ont., says; . "My;first baby  suffered "terribly, 'when cutting . her  teeth<and the 'doctor could do-nothing  for her. I gpt a 'box of Baby's Own  Tablets < and they, did her sTo_v much  good that I cannot say'enough in  .their favor. You may be sure that  .1" always keep the Tablets in the  house. now.*' Sold by all medicine  dealers or by mail at'25c a .box from  The Dr. -Williams' Medicine Co.;  -Brockville.    Ont.   " ' "    -  A Common Error.  There is an error of speech that Is  made by almost everyl��ody, educated  and uneducated, careful and careless,  good speakers and bad. It Is the misplacing of the negative In such expressions as 'T don't think I shall go tomorrow." You see the reason, don't  you? It Is? your intention to say that  you do tliink, not that you don't think.  Therefore you should say, "1 think I  shall not go tomorrow." It Is like misplacing the word "only" in such  phrases as "1 only road one book last  week," which should be, of course, "I  read only one book last week," the  "only" properly preceding the object  av-t not the 'verb.'��� Chicago News.  "Don't'you ever get seasick?" asked the pretty Californian of the sailor.  i "Only when I'm ashore, miss," replied the tar:���1 ailadelphia Ledger;  .Worms sap the strength ,and -undermine the'vitality of children. Strengthen them by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator to drive out the  parasites.  "And you will live in a flat during  the summer?" "' a  ."Yes."' .   '  -   "Won't   you  miss   the 'joys   of   the  country?", *���  '  ��� "I don t think so) I have invented  a carpet sweeper that makes almost as  much noise as a lawn mower."���  Washington Star.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT remOTM  all hurd, soft or callousi-d lumps and blein  i&hes, from horses. blood sparirj, curbs,  splints, ringbone, Sweeney, stifleu, sprains, sore  and swollen throat, coafrhs, etc. Save 350 by  use ol one bottle. Warranted the most i��on  d��r.ul   Blemish   Cure   ever   known.  "Waiter, have you got any Gorgon-  zola  cheese?"  "Yes, .sir."  "Is jt very nice and white?"  "Yes, sir; very  white."  "And good and hard in thc middle?"  "Oh, yes, sir.    Stone hard."  "Thanks.'' Gorgonzohi cheese ought  to be green and very soft. ���Everybody's Magazine.  Minard's   Liniment,    used   by    Physicians.  The   Reason.  "Why do vou always make, such' a  noise when _ ni shut the front" door?"  asked mamma. ���  "So that you wfil know I haven't lef*  It opan,; mamma." exp.-lined ^reddle.  Old Man Rair��  Old Man Rain  At the'window'pane  Knocks and fumbles and,raps again.  His loner nallpd .hirers slip and strain.  Old Man Rain at the window pan*.  Knocks all nlfrht, but knocks ln vain-  Old Man  Rain.  Old Man Rain,  With battered train.  Reels and shambles along- the lane.  His old  gray whiskers drip and drain.  Old Man Rain, with rugged triiln,  jReels and staggers l!ko one Insane.���  Old Man Rain.  Old Man Rain  Is back again,  With old Mis' Wind at the window pan*  Dancing: there TvltTi her tattered trmln.  Her old Bhnwl flaps na _ho whirls a��atn  In the wild man reel and Is torn In twain-  Old Mis' Wind and 0|d Man Rain.  Rr&der.  "The boys in this town mn*.t have  heard all about me befoie we moved  here," boa-ted Tommy on the clay af-  tei   the   family'h   aniv.il  , "But -there's no one here that knew,  us," objected his mother.   '        ' ,   . '  /'That s .all .'.right!" persisted Tommy. "Just na soon as. I- came in the  schoolyard -this morning they all  yelled, 'Hell6 Bricktop!' just tlie way  they used to do at. home."���L'ipphi--  cott's.  CUT OFF BY THE TIDE.  Perilous   Adventure   of   Mother   and  Children  on  Yorkshire  Coast.  A thrilling adventure .recently befell  a  York lady und her four httle children under the piecipitous sea-WMh��|  cliffs   near   Filey,   ou   the   YorUhire  coas4-.    The spot has a sinister reputation locally, foi   hero it was   borne  .wo j-^&rs ago.  that the mangled remains   of   the   ccw   (.mie   ill-fated  Bteamei   Sumas  were'discovered,     it  appears that Mrs. Fall and her chil  dien  wei- visiting Gristliorpe.  a village  near  l-'iley, ���and   went Out I0r_ a  stroll,   tuk-ng  hght   rcfreolinients  ior  the children, but intimating that they  would  return for u ,mid-day   dinner.  They  went l.i Cayton  li��y,   haif-way  between  Filey  and  Scarborough, and  reaching  the  shore   sci-ambled   along  over the rocks under the cliffs in,thc  direction  pf  Filey.    The  cliffs  range  from 200 to 2_*CM"ect in height, and  are unclimbable beyond a few" yards  from   tbo bottom   to   which   the   tide  rises.   Shortly afterwards they learn-,  ed, to their dismay, that thc tide had  turned,   and   that   Ihuir   retreat   was  completely cut off,   The position was  an extremely alalining ono.   'In their  extremity,  however,   the  Httle  pnrty  managed to climb the dangeioua cliffs  to a place of comparative' safety, and  here for weary, hours  they  waited in  thc hope of attracting ,thc notice of a  passing   fishing, boat,     hut   no   boat  oumc bv,  and  there,, was   no   ono   to  hear  their' frantic, appeals   for  help.  To add'to ,their terror, darkness fell.  Meanwhile,  as   tho   Uttlo  party  had.  not  returned  'to ,Gribthoipe,   anxiety,  wa3 roused. As to their safety, and the  vicar, llev. -A. N. Cooper,'hastened'to  ���Filey   and   informed   the   police,^and  coastguard. Rescue parties with ropes  and ..lanterns   at   once  set   out, 'and  cobles were cot r*ady. to search tho  shore..-But by the time they reached  tho  dangerous  spot where   the wanderers were found/Mrs. Fall and her  children  were completely  exhausted,  their    voices    gone, "with    shouting  through ,the.long, weary-houri.^Mrs.  Fall_ was" so dazed'thai she allowed,tlie  rescuers' to < piiss^ her��without 'attracting their attention!   Two, young Filey  fishermen, named   Lane-"ancUJenkin-  \son," descended the cliffs'on a rope at  an  inlet harried  Chimney   Hole,* "and  found- the party, the little/ones wrap-,  pe'd.in tho mother's skirts,1-of  which  she Had.divested herself.,-Having're-  ���assured,'Mrs. "Fall -of  her imrriedhite  safety, the,, fishermen rcas'cendod, and  'Air. Date ofGristhorpe,- and PrC^WU:  son  of "Cayton ��� went  down ''and. conducted them to -a spot where it was  easier 'for 'them, to bo> hauled 'up.';. It  was   10.30  before   they 'were 'brought  ���safely  to  thc.top\',of 'the  cliffs,  and  midnight before they gob home.  ,Mrs.  .Fall explains."that  the 'ph'ght tbegan  with 'a  saunter - round  Cayton "NabbJ  the  childrehjskipping in  advance  of1  her,  picking 'their' way  between, tho  ...boulders,     and 7 shouting " gleefully  "Come"'on/;n_otber; 'thcre's'-a- path."'  In this ,waynUhey_got-beyojg(d''safa.'lim-  -its.^and on darkness .fallingstheTmoth-  .er^'picked" the"?most.,.likely,'. _p"ot_-Jas  high-up' as she could "scramble,.and  made ready for passing the nigh't.YAll  were1" very itmin|.ry,.'icold, 'and afraid,  an<!  hope almost -died'wh'en**nd'.response came to���,their shouts'for, aid.j  Practically vail" Grlsthorpfe", 'wa's'^jout!  . searching sin i the*'evening. t,^\VHen",the  ..news reached-t_e Filey flsriermen^th'ey  'turned . out;hurriedly."��t?'It.\v;a8��! rough,1  ���'dangerous" work. descending I the'.< pre^,  cipitous-vch'ffs'.'im the/darkness- ori��,*a  roper" but 'tfiere were "plenty^ of -yvoluri-^  EeersrvThV escape-", of' Mrs.:. Fail^and  her  children, is/remarkable., for-.it Ms"  generally .-acknowledged, that. -.hV'the  face" of'a'stronger tide, the,frail woman- and' her- children could not,!pos-  sibly  have , held 'their* places'on' tlie,  'side of the cliff as they did.''" "   S  The' Adventuresfof Chungking Soo.j  Londoners arc stilF pondering over  the' mysterious feats" performed ,by  .Chung Ling Soo.at the Hippodrome  6ome.time 'ago. This Chinese, magician was" one,of the first of the great  attractions which, have appeared at  this well-known,London',varietyJtheatre.- Ho was a favorite''of the terrible  Dowager'Empress pf China, who made  him a one-button'.mandarin, and allowed'him out of/China to amuse for-  I eignors.on condition that,he reported  ) himself at the Court of Pekin every  year. Chung Lung Soo, however, recently so offended the Dowager Empress that he will certainly lose' his  head if he returns to "his native country. Chung happened to come across  five robbers who had been buried up  to their necks in sand just outside Pekin and left to starve to death. This  was too much for' tbe enlightened  Chung, who released them and let  them escape; ��� The Dowager Empress  was at once informed and sent an escort to arrest Chung, but he made his  way,to Shanghai, and, crossing to San  Francisco, he was once more lauded  in England, via America.  Lord Charles Bercsford a Vegetarian.  People who believe that all animals  should be left to die a natural.death,  and buried without having their bones  picked, are calling attention to the  sturdinesa of Admiral Lord Charles  Ueresford, and the fact that for somo  years he has steadfastly adhered to a  vegetarian diet. Not only does Lord  Charles refuse to eat meat, but for a  long time he has held the theory that  man is better without w'nc or spirits  of any kind. In fact, his convictions  on this point are so strong that tins  doctors who attended him during his  recent illness had the gicatest difficulty in persuading him that stimulants were necs&ary for his full recovery.  Austraira-s Army and'Navy.  Speaking recently at Sydney Mr.  Deakin. the Prime , Minister of tho  Commonwealth, said that, as a consequence of the extension of foreign set-  tJemeni in the Pacific, Australia s isolated position had disappeared., bho  would lie ooen to the first comer but  t,>r the supremacy of tlie British Davy  on the high aeass. '  It was proposed to expend ��43Q.(XH)  a vear on tho maintenance of haibnr  and.coast defence, and ��230,000 a year,  ou'the construction of a local flotilla,.  The Austrahgn land defence scheme  merely meant three weeks'" open-air  training yearly. The Government expected to enroll 30,000 men annually,  ho that in three years thoy wovud have  80 000 men undergoing^ training, and  in ei-^ht, years 200,000 men would'bo  available'for service. Officers would  bo chosen according'to merit only.  Thc total Tiiival and military, expenditure would--not exceed iiv three  years' timo ��1,800,000 annually.'*��� This  was an increase .of,'��500.000, as'compared .with the estimates for ^ho present year, hut it meant tho, establishment of an army of 200,000 mep and a  , flotilla".of fifteen,harbor'and coast defence vessels. , r.    ,''' ,'   .     ' ,'  '.-.Isn't. Sho a Nailer?", \ , -'  All hough a .ScotMnun, Lord.Linlith;  gow usually attended tho St. Patrick b  Day deinonsjtration in Melbourne. A^  one of these gatherings he related how,  a-s a very voting man. he had set out.  on a(;tour of Trolnrjd. A Dublin horse-  keeper, who fitted hsm out for fiie expedition, slyly ^marked, that perharw  ,bis eye would linger on soma,.pretty  colleen'who would mako h��n happy  for life. "It did," remarked Hi* Ex--  celhmcy, amid, tfcncxal < laughter; m  which. Lady Linlithgow,, who wJhft  daughter of nn Irish' pqe,r, > heartily  joinexl. Lady Linlithgow/ \>y the way,  was as-popular in the. colonics aa her,,  husband. Sheds' a splendid shot;- and  at* tho' -rifle , range,; hor*, nutne'rous  .'���buliN-eyca" often'drew* forth,' the  liulogiurnr"':ian'tJ8ho;at,nallcr?" ;/%.<>'  .7'    -       i   ����� '      '     >           '   ~ '-,''�� ,(.���.���      ,.,,-.*���:  ',(     "       *      ���**"*","   ''.."-"   , I    ,a  . - '   i   /'The Spring' Opening, ^i\$ ,   -V  The daKzilug crontSoni of,-birds; anch  'Wire'In the' millinery deportment" wa��  'marked $15. ��� ,Zy"Z, JSU,..,' Z ,',,'"' ������<'���",  The circle of ahoppcrs gazed id.envy.,  but n*o��t one stlrr&J." '.     ���'*"���"' ���"*���"''-' "v ���"  Suddenly the clerk reversed,the card  and displayed (he figurea"$M.4_i.'ri~vy  '7- 'I'lien'-tlieres-was _a "small rlotf^nhop.,  ' i>ors\ fought, 1 Ike ^_ mnzohs to rcaciiy the j  counter. , '���. . . \<-f-^\l"'i'.i'"���/''" 7 ,<t^   ,  7 "Ah,"j,laughed',the. tall/floorwalker,'  /'those   Indies ' remind -ihe 'pf /ohleu'  knights."   ,<.V- ."-��.     7 v>   ''*���;'t ���%> ��  < "In what way?"*asked the meek-mam  who' wns , waiting'' for,' his .wlfd-fto"  emerge fr;oii tbe crush,     -       *_    >*.  ''   "Why." they Iflght' at tho ridrop - of, a,  :wr/<.4 v, z<yyIK\ * v,;; Z:<  ' And before the meek'man'could-apy  preclatc' the, point of. tlio Joke his Vifo.  came out'minus /,,coirib and two"'ldck_  '. or/tiaIr.--Cb.tckgo Kt_w8.  DUELING STORIES.  Glrardir,. Satisfaction'an. ���w ,  '     ' Choic"> of Weapon,      ";  M.  de  Glrardln,   the ._,-,  statesman and author, I'mii" _ *  dlu, ou oiio  where- several  m.n  target.   A  occasion ^V.M -  tX*^ J**Hf -,  iJSA" Purely-.Vegetable, P.lll.���TJia" chief-  - Ingredients* ofy ParmeJec's Vegetable'  Pills are inihdmke"aha 'BtfndWIpn,*  pedativo-ond- purgative, ���but*,pcr_<!cll__'  hRnhlv-jss'Wthelc. action. .-They' cleanse"  and,,purify and" have ay most'he&Ilh.  fuKeff&t:.upbri'itiie,u1?c,',crefiorisj"6'f''lUX��  'tligestive.oi-gantt.v^ThW^dysiieiillci'and''  jill",who) suffer", ffom.. ���liVer^'and'' kidney  "ailments; .will'. ftnd<\in^tKes��r,piU_&tll)0  'moal'leffeciive''' meHltfihiehri"' concen.tr at^  ed .forpi^tliat;lias-yet:been toffered "to.  . aV  ' ��� ''Charley.' dear,".' said1" young: MVs'.-  Torkins, "I. had a dream,' a^qut, a 'race;  hbrse'that won'three-times in .succession."^- '    '    "       .  /;-,,_ ,ii        7    ' .'     ,  "Great Scott!" answered* her. Iuih-  band, who has a touch of- supereti-  lion.1-"what "'was its name, what did  it look like?"   ; * -<*-'.  VI've done rny_ beat to _ remember,'-  but I can't."-    ' ' '        i  * "That's tho ���way I There never was  a. woman who could be relied .on to  kecrj her-head in business matters,!'  ���Washington Star.      ' * -    '  vein (;ri,.  gentleman |>...,{,,,!  M. de Glrardln did not kn..�� .'  bullseye at eery b|10t L"  standers expressed tlicm^i,'?  great adinlratloa of thc ,'7 ,  precision. ���' Wle��  "Yes," said n_ r,trar,ii��� .,fc-  rerunrkahiy well, but it..*_j.e,v  cut thing to hit a moiUui',i,.'  hlttlujr a piece of panti*h(,.rij'."  The marksman overbear, (_..  and wasofTetiiled. '  ,(l!-thliik you are mistake, ...I  said fo De (Jlrnrdln. "I nsu-J,, J  ���If 1 bad you before m* J sbo___,_J  you."-   '.     , ��  .."You can hnvo mo w^b ,���.,  said Do Glrardln.    ' \  "Let, It bo taiinediateh- !i���J  the other, ' ���*  '.' An 'attempt'was maOo t0 wv.  matter 'up,-'but   neltbir ^Z  agree to'iiin nm'lcnblc Bei!ji_��j  seconds   were  chosen, at,. _.]  .went   to a  locality  favoraL'e f.f  ',diiej.�� It was tit���lde*Tthat tUj.  fire separately, arid It was 1.1'_|  ClHlon bj' lothvlilcb lircatir,.  ���vTlio lot fell to tbe tn.'��!t._nls  'xuanJ^no fired at M. rte'Cjrs.-*  "miswdyhlmw   De CJraplii.'!_.j  making no sign as if to lire _|.  .agonist.  ' -"Corac, why tlon't'yoa __���;.���.  bis seconds.  -;,',;'\\''liyr jjufaonld I (.hoot?" aid  .rardla-' "Thero Is  !��._�����.,  'sliojiild ^k'lll   this geut!,m_n. H  ^tnlticd";thnt  even  a crarl. <_>_  ^caslly,v;''bls3   bis   uian ?t t��_  "paces.vTIils geiitleimin maliitii'a  contrary.." lie riitiht now &. cs-J  that liefs.wrong.' I owe Mint..  for'paving discovered tb.it."  ('..'A- better, method x>f mwjilajil  ] ing challenge was ao double  ^wub Jenijilpyed on  n certain:  -,',by at French stnt^miia ngn!u;_  'itor.Nolr. cufllllicralc bull) ol_j  Jlri'the time of thi* s���con.1.__..  'staiestiian,'reoehc'tl from .N.L'~  ,real--reason   whatever, a cniSe  ���'fl(|gbV,a1'dueI.  Z'ij'Olr ~'y/ai "a dcn-cl;i lgu>ne|  ���and nearly every wohllnt  rwas.'rblsaiwJL'  Tlie "tattbraMMJ  'cd-wttfrtl.e/onowhi'. IHtor:  ^,r.'bear''sir���Tou hnv? c.<'l^l nee  "otit any eood remjeri. I hn*i  tho-cHolee of yj-.nnf.ns. I cte  : ,apcllliig boolc. nnd you ar. & (  ��, ..The duel��was' tievcr foogtt-l  /���nl-Bits.-  UsSltch, Mange, Prairie Scn'M  every ./orm of. conta_,'*>'-�� 'it-'-'  rnnri'or sntmals cured In 35f  by-Wplford's Sanitary Lotiei  L$-A'',v suffrafclle    lopiuWr  brought'.down the liduw *'**,i|  -lovving-'argunient;  ^.-^Vl'ja^rib vote bulin.Vj?*  '1If- have )'rr(Fjrroat -rcT-'et fm ��  hi. thei.Bta.bles but I am ^f\.  ,io),go to .him "mid uny: 'J'*-^  'exbrcffee'-'tbo frauchf--��!-f Avti;"  'Ply^'^leaso   niuin, *iv.w  fHnCV'-**. ' " ���** '  ���}J}M . t. ^��t >...-_. _��       "'"Wlnard'sV Cinimcnt, U"'  Friend.*Z    . _��" ,  ��� .Mrs. TJ.-rT snpix'.se ^���11__  daughter .very much iiai'i'f  t,we years' stay at co^l- c"  v Mrs; Proudmothfjr.'���ha, '"  Bliy.abeth js'a ca'rnivorou-r  and she frequently _mpOv��n  ici 'Hut she nin',ti>raa bit -  'she's unanimous to 'rjver.'  she never' keeps a caller-v  her to .dress; i she just rui  de plume, an' yoti Know i<  one feel so comfortable.1���Ln:  Silent Parlor Matcl  ���'SILENT   AS   THE  SPHINX"  ALL   GOOD   GROCERS   SELL-EDDY'S    "MATCHES.  TEES & PERSSE LIMITED, A<  EDMONTOV  Transp'anting a  Knee-Joint.  A remarkable feat of surgeiy is reported from the Gei.man -town of Koc-  ''riig|berg.' '���: '       '      ���   ���      '.   ..-  A cripple, vvhq from birth had been  unable to walk without crutches, was  taken in0 hand by Prof. Le'xer; The  professor .amputated' the leg of a second -man,' who had' met with" an a6ci-  dent,-and. from the amputated limb, he-  removed, the knoe joint, which was in  a perfectly heal thy condition. This h��-  substituted.'for. the undeveloped joint  of  his  other patient.    The bones joined np -remarkably  well, and the man, at a.gathering of  doctors; showed that he was a bio to  walk without a.*?aistance of any kind.  Pliable and  "  " For Stetp^  "     . Flat  THE WEATHER  Out Ihla   AJt.rtliomont  out and Sond to ����� (or l-'re�� hi" I'"'      n  Th�� Canadian Fairbanks Co., Ltd., ,82 and O* Arthur Sired. *"  Ploago Send tome FREE ..Snrnplbof ECLIPSE ROOFING  The Nearest Star.  Sir Eobert Ball, writing hi the Home  Messenger, said that if a row of'telegraph posts 25,000 miles long were  erected around the earth at the  equator and a wire were stretched  upon those posts for a circuit of 2f),-  000 miles and that then the wire bo  wound no fewer than seven times  completely about this great globe we  should then find an. electric signal,  sent into the wire at ono end, would  accomplish (ho seven circuits in one  second of time. To telegraph, however, to the nearest star it would tako  four years before the electricity would  reach its destination.  NATURAL   FOOD   IS  A RELIABLE ARjfc  i  AGAINST FICKLE SPRING WKATHtS.- .��� IS  k^;'- m <��__' ____,____. ���" ���____-__ ���__��_'��� ����*_��* _i__g IlL. &M  Nature's best food supplies in digostlblo form  the elements necessary  to build up the human  body and fortify it  against   disease.  Biscuit and Milk for, Breakfast.     Triscuit "Toast for  SOLD    BY    ALL'GROCERS. STORIES 3*8tfSfr-t*t���- .-   ion an. ��,��� i.       . /",.  ��'V.��  w��B   "*"-_  F"__��___. ���_���*���* A- MPD\/i  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  '*'*���!, !  1 not kuijw ..'  *>�����*. I.;;  tlieiiisei.B���  of lh�� eatlsj  "ramin, i4  IU��'B(|l!l!.|.i  man In a ...J  'at��ti*h().r(j��  '���-���fbeara tii.rjj  ' mistake. ...j  - "I nssu:' *  "����� J sbou,_]t'j  ���di_.ti.l-., (__,__  made to |n-3  icltbir asaj.  blc 6et!)(.-_(.:i  "*n, aid tb  " favor.,'. <,|  el'that tUj  I It was i.|'(,  i lirttUlp,-.  e tnytcrifiii  M. (Ic-'Girs*  3JrA.']|_ ��_.:  if to lire t|  't'you .brtfij  UOOl'l" _S_(.[|  W�� reavj. i  .CUtJfllMD.  a crat. .Lai  iinn ?t t*a  man maliHs'rti  t now to. (*f  I otveMioKij  -ed tb.it."  x>f nwertajii  no doubt p_r|  (i certain!  m.iD n.ilw;.I  lc bully ol_I  S"COH,1 j>r___l|  1 from .NoL',"'  ���ver, a cds&  ' i  l-.(.|*;i|��!10,_t|  .-ohl In tbe t_p  > v-tat(%a���5.^  AS l.-tter:  -���� Cv'ljyl ca  'II.     I   till* I  ir-ons.   I cini  .-ou ar. & ia'l  ���ver fooRtt-i|  P��6_li^rst Symptoms Are  ___(>nced|and Save Yourself  jiMuch Suffering. .,  WBW-   jfa^wmtijifflvbled  witn   pallor,  loss  Sa_?jW��tiJawaveB"' of heat passing over  tfl��ey^xS|P_firtnes8  of   breath   fcfter  ���IsligUt)>)v^rtiEoi.g a'peculiar , skipping  *^3^**J*l.<itJl74nL'ilA��rt^i-'Iji'i i- i- '      i i  ^^^^^^(tpMbSat. poor digestion, cold  i.     -"���-^If^gpgo'r'a feeling ofrweight  !SJy$|Epo not make tho ,mjs-  ^toroffiing" that these arc dis-  jijp$��fx��selvcs and  be satisfied  Sj|/fJfp.r.Uhe time being.       ������'  "^H^fway that    the   .nerves  "pl^-that they  are  breaking  "ttjeans that the ,blood  has  lf^J}��jre'and tl.ixi and cannot  gugh*1'nourishment .'to   the'  ^eep' them    healthy    and  ieir  work. '/  ffgaly' one way to prevent  feakdbwn'of-   the" nerves  *_*__ serious diseases wliich  iloou ' iriu-st    be    made  J|_>ure, and Dr. Williams'  |e^;t.,e only medicine thai  TOromiitly nnd effectively,'  -,..p>t, tin's'<_nedicijie    helps  iw@^pd ond .sti'engthi.ns, tj_u  '"^jyorn-out nerves. , '   ��>'  m&P* ?'l,)leyr. 1'r?1d,f,,;lclT��j  jV|Sjt}Gured  by,Dr.  Williams'  __I|$|a|t_r. suffering, from ner-  JflgJown,' ���whieh - reflulted   in  m&wUysis   of< the  face! ,  - She  igri|g|gtrouble .came  on    quite  ���||��nd  at  the-outset'1  did  nucbu. attention .to it'.   Then  Wc^serioae, and 'there wat  "breakdown - of  the ', nerves..  wllowed, by  partial' par-  ^fface,    onot side', being  ��iwn   out ��� of ���sh$pQ'.   -J,  fetor's cure, for a'.couple"  bd-MOiio-'-treatment taftei  tjHed .< without,!'benefit.  ,��.,-. ���., ,__|M-waB'tconfined* (o; m'y  tePS;/lM��ffi_��FOclor'teld me'he could  ISMSSimP^^lmo&t' Ui 'despair '1  EBfttpi"'  sas  IpF tp-fi try,1; Dr: "-Will, am,*  |pC-le^ ^'.?^9rVenient'' wai-  -eg.b'uildirig'up'-'of* a ruri-  nj3V system "naturally   "nr  ^.���but^surely this,, medi-  pvork,vand,/after''a-'Unit.  _i��agam come* downstairs".  jpVnt^.iiner", on.,, 'the' *- improve-.  "Vmuch/ more rapid'; arid, how  ��� __      .     &toI1' as j ever 1. ,wa s  i ri  my,  &JjrfQOTW^We.nds;slook upon my cure  ilMiS^__J?s'i^_^^a^u^0U8-'t,JJr-TWilliams"  ffi^^gSUUj|ya_d * f6r^'nic7what the, best  yHKEMwlr<��trh'ent-'failed to!do���they  _Jrt3llg_Uj^rni^l.ack good hearth..';.;" ;- -,  i,Bii}1<!��ilooa - building,- "nerve" re-  3*tSHBj3f^^r��.iri; Dr. .Wiliia'ms' Pink  c^ivii^i^^0 theni .toy; "cure, sucb  f4r]raM{|sJ<���piknaem i a,>; - rheumatism,,  Ji _s?Hftj?i_?ffiects. of 'la',' grippe/  indi-.  A DAINTY GIF..  Tho Girl Who Plays' Will ��� Enjoy a  Music Case.  A dainty gift for the girl who plays  is a cover to bold sheet music that can  belaid on thc piano or on a table near  ft. This prevents the unsightly litter  or music that Is often a source of con-  Qk:t between mother and musical  ua'ugbter. < <<   ,  Cut two pieces of heavy cardboard a  little larger than the ordinary piece of  music. I'tlbte on each side with cotton  batting and cover with linen taffeta,  brocaded' silk or even plain art canvas  in a color suitable to the room.  Paste tbe outer covering down over  the pasteboard and baste the lining to  if,r turning in , tbe edges neatly .all  irouud. , Overcast together with the  tiniest possible stitches.  Klnlsb around, tlie edge1 of the outride with gold braid. The two halves  can be joined along the" back edge by  a-piece of elastic webbing in a harmonizing color. This will" stretch eo  js to hold any number of sheets of music. '        '.,'���',    y     . 1  Kiistcu tho ' case in front with a  small Kllt button and a loop of colored  elastic rather than with ribbon, which  soils' easily aud must be constantly untied.    , -^  ���       ,     '        -;  It Is better to keep.the music In this'  ��iHf�� loose, but If' preferred the sheets'  can be pasted' togther and fastened 'to  ^ho   back . hy- ribbon' run  through -the,  'venter and around, tlie back of the ease,  or boles can be punched through case  and music,' "and It cau bo tied"'In .with  three short pieces of r'ibbou.       ���   '"    ,.  ' , These cases may be made of jtbe slm-  plost\yot mosf arfls.lc--materlals. 'such  is cretonues'and  lSuglls_h chintzes, oi  they   can   bo,.elaborately  embroidered  ,'*in. wlilte' silk pr,brocades, In gold and  diver thread or..ln'ribbon work.   , /,   '  An attractive cover for^a green room'"  would lie;oi' heavy green moire, ''with'  ;a,, medallion , formed, of" half, 'quarter,  eighth. ���>sixteenth'"- aud ,.thirty-second  Botes,..,worked,In,;gold'thread in solid',  embroidery aud interlaced In an<*artis-  "flc way. ���" *������'���   <���"������ ,.'.'-'-*    "-'-^ 7    - -*  yThIs,should^be. large enough-to bold  a monogram,.or ���tli'e;medallion'Jc'ould  J)e oval lu sUupe;'wui-'theuwordi"SIu-  sic Case" onihroldered on "the inside'.' r  V.tf a 'largo  floral design of taffeta- is  WHEN TO SHOOT A MOOSE.  Hunter's Cure For the Blues In the  Canadian Wilderness.  "Did you ever spend the winter in  the woods up in Canada' cruising for  timber?" said a.traveler __ceutly.'"Dp  you know, it is a curious feeling being out there alone or with' just an  Indiau guide.  "The thins that impresses you  most is the awful stillness. The  slightest sound seems like a cannon  -fchot. You'get' to talking to yourself,  asking and answeiing questions and  lots of things which you would not  think of doing,, down here, or if you  did they would be having a medical  commission sitting on you as a candidate for the' dippy house. About all  you think of is how to get enough to  cat. for your appetite increases las  the sujjply of food giows less. We  got. into that condition finally when  it was get something or'begin'to eat  our'boots.,  "One morning my Indian came in  with a grin on his face. Now, an Indian up there never smiles. In wrestling with.that frozen north he seems  to1 get-sour and sullen.'- Thia made  me more surprised wlien the Indian  came into the shack beaming: 'Well,  what is it?' I inquired. ]     ���'��� ���  <���" 'Moose, big moose,* was thc'reply."  -'Went, by,  this   morning.  , Catchs'em  maybe.' ,   ,, <*  ["That' was enough' for a hungry  umnl I went out, and there were the  footprints of'a.-l_i_-moose that' hud  gone   by,  as .the   Indtm   said,   about  CHILD'S SEVERE  BURNS-HEALED  BY ZAM-BUK.     ,  The little girl of Mrs. Lewis' Best,  of Carlisle, P/O., recently fell against  the .rove and burned her forehead  very badly. Mrs. Best says:���"The  burn was about the size of a fifty  cent, piece and , was near the bone.  It made my; little girl's eye swell till  it almost shut, and then she got cold  in it. It began to run matter very  badly and I could not stop it, although I bathed it good every night  and morning. At'last I sent for some  Zam-Buk which soon, stopped the mat-  teration and very quickly healed the  wound. J have nevet seen a burn  heal t.0,quickly, and J am sure Zam-  liuk has no, equal for curing cuts, cr  bums, and I shall alwavg keep a  box on hand in case o' emergency."  Every-1 home needs Zam-,J_uk! All  diseases of the skin quickly viold to  it..  It is also an excellent remedy for  HINT  FOR   LAUNDRESS.  How to  Set  Colors  and   Starch   Wash  > Dresses.  Every one should know how to give  explicit  directions   to   the   laundress.  Take, for instance,  a Jumper suit in  i tobacco brown linen or boys' Russian  suit in the same  color.'   After  being  washed   with   pure   white   soap   and  having salt in the last rinsing water  the starch should be mixed with boiling'coffee (previously strained) instead  of water, or It will leave white streaks  and smudges over the surface.  For one suit take a tablespoonful of  starch, one-half teaspoonful of borax  (dissolved in a spoonful of boiling, water), a quarter of aa Inch of tallow  candle and mix into a smooth paste  with two tablespoonfuls of cold water,  and add enough boiling coffee to make a  nii��/Hi,r,',.��i   j- i      w' iuI       u uuu euuugn ooiiingcoireetomalcea  rZl     iu"^d ".'"^'^.^enmatism,   allff  jelly.    For  ordinary   hot   water  etc.   All druggists and stores 50 ����_*�� Utarclf   tbese   are  the   c^rec|.  p^"  tlons, using boiling water in place of  the coffee., While tan linen does not  require ' special   coddling, . still   some  uggists and stores 50 cent;  a box, or postpaid from"the Zam-  Iiuk Co., Toronto.  Struck on",the head with an egg  while addressing ah audience at Croy-  don"public hall on Tuesday night, Mr  Victor Graysoni' IT P., declined to Le  disturbed by "t/.e softly yielding argument which has impeinged itself  against my cerebellum."��� London  Daily Mail. ���  a   >..   r     _,i   _���      ���.,-;-������    :',-; i     "0o  y��n  think   that horrid  -.1''i-ti_rou,r-4 More-- -J ,got ,mto_my | about' Beatrice ' is  true?"  used.'.see, that,ft;comes .evenly* onITthe  center bf-each board.    "' ';.��     ���'��� -r .  locum.-.   iTHJSS&O^dijTJ^^br. Williams' Medicine  iitiW; *f.s_^ _Co^^rock>i^4*QM--l "- ' '*-- * -"l"r -  "~ am ,1.fired for?,1;  constantly, smoking  : Botifc_Pai_U|��  j.. r��^^^._ft?j______L  ,   A-frtaS&fWaSiofi   puH(?JIpgJay;g Com. Cure; .whii      UtirclypdfiOto  use, 'and.cer  vui:>vcaK8.*P��tt.r-ytm  its  action. .*���  oent,   i-**1  corns both yield, "to  Inch is > en-  certain   and  ^ ���V*Eg,._nirtliment.���"Ah," sighed rMr.  V^fiW^fi-e to  J  should'  think    it  'ch inipri'M^fti?  L colhc'''  .er:���La.  nivoron-r'RS'4eiaJB5Tfi ������_ to be a poet.  y irnpOv.r.-���ASi---jEre]iViJ;**, lorted the crusty old* edi-  MX bit :T"Jo?aJjffi*��_5i I nnly, should be fine���or  to evcr.'Jpinpriwnme u, or both."��� Philadel-  l caller _v y^pFlllWrObq.  . just "-ra-SBte"1'  ti  know  ffS��5jf*I|s,----    ..  tmb.y<nWw$��>ij,thow;s th is ?,  .1"'.-  -=���sw  - ^_,  gjS'f'fcf^One Hundred Dollars Re-  ATCHES  7>,kt  MONTOV j  AS^S^'k^api case of Catarrh'that can-  -_*n<it?fco enwu by-Hall's Catarrh Cure.  &*$aaEJ_-v>I_lNEY & CO., Toledo, O.  JjftitllCjjuiidersigned,   have  known  .i_.��5R?^_-n_'_f_0r the last 15 years, and  pffaeve^lffmsperfectly   honorable   ��� in  WlSKnainGfH|]transactions   and   finan-  USfeniaaeMShis firm.  ^���^Wtmi? Kinnan & Marvin,  ���F>Wh%i3_de Druggists, Toledo, 0.  0;��E_ul.'s��Qi_tarrli Cure, is taken in-  ^'^U��ac;tirig directly upon * the  Iploc^an^ah^cons. surfaces of the sys-  |^^^^H|^mnials 'sent free. , Price  njj drug-  B^-Family Pills for. Consti-  ^   _tffni��_SSt haunts me.  -, lrr,��':,|SiJ>Wrly���Ko     wonder��� after  SP.P',V��_aK-!__rmurdered it.���Smart Set.  Afc-fifr, __s_|S--   ;i'?-,/*?p4M.JlQarci's  and   take  no  other.  v&Jw^   ^.angttxou ought to knowsome-  "^otttlfflora   and   that  sort  ' of  , what is a. "forget-ine-  ^ y~practice .optimism::/',  This'Art Makes Work a 'Joy and- Life  .v * ���' ���       happy.  _     '' J  '     ('  ;"In a recent nupiber'of-ITarp'er's Ba-  Jar- Alice. Fallows   has   an'" excellent  and   exceedingly, helpful 'article  upon  the subject of "A'-.Miiid'Cure For Wo-  ,men's IIIs.'\^Aiaio'ugu every one of us  would .doubtless'.'reap' 'much   benefit  from' a^ thoughtful   consideration   of  ^tho^f whole. Hrtlcle/the^l'ast two "paragraphs are especlail.v/wortliy. of every  Woman's most eaimest 'consideration:..'  .'v'So'me mortals 'blessed 'of' the" gods  n^re.' soy.nlcely,' ba!ance(rrtbat,ltliev,.IIve  without effort:,hi a dellghrful-eq'ullib'rl-,'  ! iini'offmiiid, body"and spirit that makes"  -work a"jdy,_and llylng'.a*' pleasant pr,o-"  ^cession -of .useful' days.., The rest of-  . us,   aud.'^' we - are i,lbe \majorlty, '^miist  :ach|eVe'6iurj'equilibrium "by, .efforts that  ^raake   us\ appreciate'TaWck's  famous  'progress-to heaven���two steps, up and  ope ,b'a'ck.   .The practice  In .self con>  tTol'that makes perfect is gained from  Just, the" trifling occurrences that'seem  so absurdly unimportant     *    '   "    >"  "An Inflexible determination to meet  .what, each hour brings- efficiently an'd  calmly   and   without  Irritation'is. the  Irst  requirement .for .nervous 'health.  Next,   the   practice   of  optimism:   not  the   flabby, optimism   that   blinds   Its  eyes'to realities aud wears a fatuous  smile that never dies, but tbe Intelligent' optimism  that sees two sides to  every human happening and deliberate-'  ly chooses the bright one until choice  becomes a habit    This, In a 'nutshell.  Is psychotherapy, and by the application of ithundreds of nervous sufferers have*won their way to health and-  peace   of  uilnd.   . Hundreds   more, "if  they{ follow  the' prescription,  can  escape a breakdown altogether and learn  a happier method of'living ,than ever  before.    Out of this systematic training In  tbe little things grows at last  the trust, the 'wise passivity.' in meet-  lug the bard facts of life, that is only'  another name for the.p'otential eoergy  ���that'conquers them.    When the .practice  of  optimism   has subjugated  de  'pression and an orderly body obeys an  orderly   mind,   there vcotues   as   a   reward   {he    buo.ant    hopefulness    of  health,   thc Joy   In - mere   living,   that  throws out its arms and 'with a frolic-  welcome 'takes  the sunshine and  the  storm.' "  coat,.strapped on my snowshpes, took  niy 'rifle, and, we started after Mr.  Moose. .We went-about ten'miles, before we saw him. He was��� on av,side  hillft, browsing on'the twigs., 'It was'a  long shot, but I raised,any rifle, when"  the Indian touched, my arm, .saying,  'No shoot.',       '��� , . i  "I  hesitated,  but he -insisted,  saying,   'No shoot how, bimeby  maybe'.'  By that.time the'moose had.sighted us4  and  started) off- at a rate which, took  ,him out of sight in a few minutes. vWe<  Were twenty miles1'farther bn when we  saw'-'him _ again''1 and -[were   near   enough to-'tnyrto shoot,, but ir.v Indian  insistedvP rnust^not..., Well;-, we  followed th"af moose'"'three days.   The big  ,fellow, tired at last and started back  the way he came, we following.   Then  wo.,came "up with  him  only  a,short  distance from the'-sha'ck.-; 'l^ow shoot,'-  said the, Indian. I fired ahd"the moose  Keep Minard's Linime'nt in the house.  story  "Ji musf'be.    1 heard it from her  dearest* friend."���Life.  Relief /for Suffering Everywhere.���  Ho whose.lifo is made.miserable'bv  the suffering that-conies from indigestion and has not-*tried Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills 'aoes not know' how  easily this formidable foe can be dealt  witli; 'These pills'will relieve where  others fail., They are',tne result c-f  long and "patient Etudy and are con  fiden.tly  put  forward   nV a 'mm  .-nr  shades'of buff and gray are liable to  spot and streak. To obviate this use a  tablespoonful of black pepper In the  first water. This will also keep them  from fading, says the Housekeeper.  Most colors require either salt or  vinegar in the,last rinsing water to flx  'them. As a general rule, the lighter  colors take salt, the darker vinegar.;  Both are used In the proportion of a  tablespoonful to a quart "of water.  When iu doub't,' use both. For lilac,  mauve or purples vinegar will be  found to slightly intensify as well as  preserve   the  color.    Blues, aro   often  CARRIED OFF THE BRIDE.  Wedding Festivities Stopped by Masked Men In Ireland.  A fickle Irishman who jilted a girl  and married another in spite of tin-  parish priest is having the worst time  p. his life at the hands of the neighbors.  Hu lives in the notorious llallinag-  leragh district of Countv Leitrim,  'where a pitched battle took place a  lew weeks ago between two airnies  w police and ppa��/mth, and for yeais  /tad been courting the local beauty.  A htt.e while ago hi transferred his  affections to her rival, alco of Bellin-  agleragh.  The jilted gill's relatives did their  utmost to prevent the wedding taking  place. They were 'supported by the  parish priest, who is a power in Ireland in these,matters. He refused the  necessary certificate. The young man  thereupon,went to the bishop of tho  diocese, but the bishop upheld his  priest. ��� 'J,  The young man, however, is a perron of resource, and told the clergy  that he would g0 anri get married in  a registry "office in the distant town  pf(linninkilien. Nobody in Ballinag-  eragh believed that he would fly" in  the face.of the parish priest, but lie  did. , , i,  , i lid night hr* brought his bride home  ?>,-, p.tre-ordinary |S,cerie occurred. , A  large crowd coll. cted outside the house  where the dancing'and feasting were *  in progrdbH, nnd groaned and hooted,  ihe groaning cea.cd about midnight,  .And the festivities continued.  An   hour , later  about  thirtv   men,  wearing   crepe   masks,   bursf'in   the  .  Makes Prize Butter  Who ever heard of Canada's  _pnze butter makers usi_."  imported salt?  They all rely on  !sor  ���   Salt   ..  because they know that it dissolves  quscklj ��� worts in easily��� and  gives a delightful flavor to the  butter.   Windsor Salt is pure   and costs no more,than the  cheap imported salts.  If you want the btst butter,  you must use th�� best salt.     ,  That, means Windsor Salt.  ���M  dropped, f-   is     ','_'���    -  "  ' i ---,  .'."-Wheri.'it wlas all "ovqf and we j had  'meat' in "plenty   and, the 'big -hide  stretched before .the blazing,fire in the  shack" I said to my" Indian, 'Why didn't you'.want'nie to shoot that moose  ��� at  first.'-'wlieri.''he was ' not,.* so-''worn-  down as he was'a'fter that long chape '  -*~ii-llibse .heap   fun','  was" ,'the" reply.  Well,  do you  know  when l came" to  study over it-I.began'to see his point  "of view: ''It was npt so much'the killing as it .was the chasc/i which to hira-  w&s  interesting,  and   he '.was  willing  to travel over forty or fifty miles' just  for the hunt, and th�� more" I thought  of it the more 'T a_feWH  with,him.    I  had * been growing  ugly   aiid nervous ���  myself   before,   but   after *���' that  long  chase I-was another-inan.",   '��<>���    ,  tiy put forward as\ a 'sure cor-  rgctor of disorders of the--digestive -organ]., /froni 'which so many suffer.  j '    <���   *��� .  "  Tody���Jennie <��� tells   rae  that'voung  Woodby proposed to. her last _i_g"ht.-  Viola���I; don'ti think  I know him.  Is he well ,off? ,  ��� .  i; Tody���He certainly is. ' She refused  him.'���London.,;,Tit-B,its. - .    '.  !.< '*, ^ 1.1 ,  Customers-Have you any good butter? ' ] \, ' - <  . ,Daifyrhan���Certainly,' madam. _\lv  reputation "rests ^upon mv buttfer.  . CustonuT���If the last t got of you  ���was.'a fair, sample; your reputation  certainly rests'.on a strong foundation.  ���Dlica  Observer.            .       .--'  The finest tea grown ui the world  is the'standard of quality, used in  preparing '.-Salada", Tea.- 'Sold onlv  in 'sealed lead packets.   '        '.       27  permanently fixed by soaking first in a  -bucket of water into which an ounce  ,of sugar of. lead has been poured,    r  If one wants a suft stiff it should be  dried   before   starching,   but   in^tbe  shade,   never' lu''the  sun,   as  colored  clothes are sure to fade whlle'wet,.on  the .same .principle that one  bleaches  -while   garments   in'"strong   sunshine.  They should of course never be.boiled:'  .Pale green is a color thatVades easily,  -but, a'little alum ln the rinsing .water  'Will fir it *l , ,'.  "Tussore'and other washing silk, are  so easy to wash and iron, requiring no  starch, that they" are very practical for,  summer outlugs where there is difficulty in getting-regular laundry work-  satisfactorily, done. One"can wash and"  Iron -three or four little girls' tussore  v dresses in half an hour "oneself at'a  7 pinch, as they are ironed while wot  White wash silk waists are useful in  the same way, making it easy to have"  a supply of fresh waists, Independent  of,delayed laundry bundles. /���  .,   , * T.he   Sucker. > <- " -��� .^- -,' <  The'Sucker is a,succulent!fish, and  ;il.properly* prepared ,for/the- table  is  toothsome,, 'and. leaves "a ^'pleasant  memory an'd odor behind hirii.    -  .  A great many'people I-knowt-might  imitate 'theSuckerJ'.in trlis'.respect, for"  T- have" ,cdncluded that * they hurt the  good*, name ���of   that   mysterious   fish  that is,coining up our creeks and bays  to-day   by  the   million, 'crving.   f'JEat  me!"   ��� ,      *   ' , "   .  The   difference, between   the  finned  "Canvassers"   must'-go ' to.'the ' rear  door.'.' , ' ��� '; is-  "iiut I am not. a'canvasser,- rriiss'."  I am sent here by tlie agent of the  building,,to take ' measurements for  putting'awnings,, over "the" windows  on the sunny sideband���". * ' >  "If putting up window awnings isn't  canvassing, .I'd likq to know what is.'"  . (Slams front" door.in his " face).���  Chicago. Tribune"  '"'   .Psychine Missionaries .  ,r A-.friend >of Dr. Slocuin , Remedies,  writes: "Send-a bottle of Psychine  to Mrs. W... , They have a daughter  in decline, and I believe it ' "would  help  her..   I have ~ mentioned    your  , '  ,,,       . * -       d��or 0I th'e cottage and called on the  ruined'by their-fii-st trlprto a careless J father of tbe-bride to takb his daugh-  lauadress.   Any shade of blue may be   ter home,'with th'e alternative of be-  _,_���.... ..      . ing seriously'dealt with.  The   old   man   thereupon   took  his  daughter  away.  -The   valiant  bridegroom, declared ,he would accompany  them.   The'trio marched in the small'  *A? ?[ tyemorning toward the home  of the bride's  parents to the accom-  ,P"_,ment 'o��   groanim?- and   hooting.'  When about a inile'pf the journey had  been   traversed,  thc   bridegroom  was  seized by another disguised 'band and.  compelled   to   go   back   to .his   own'  home. -, i '      ,     '  J)'1'3. occ'urrcH several days ago, and  the bndeeroomclias not seen' his bride  since. He lias not been allowed to I  leaye his house, .and ihe'bride has |  not been, allowed to leave her father's.  Both houses are watched night -and'  day.^ .       " ^ , .  'The police-are powerless to restore'  order in the district or "to prevent  this very original form of boycotting.  HAD  UNEXPECTED VOYAGE.    ,  'Policeman' Carried   Off  'on ' Board    a  ,, British Warship.  ,   Aiter*speriding four days as-a compulsory,, guest of a battleship, Police ,  Sergeant  Gale, ���of   the   Metropolitan t  force, who is stationed at East Ham  has returned to, London.    He has re-  a  Good health makes, .fjood '.nature. ,If.everyone had a soiinj  stomach there would'be no pes-  _ simists in the w;orld. Do 'noti  allow a weak stomach or 'a bad  liver to rob you of the joy of1  .living.   Take ' '  '  m  ���ri  J.��� !  i'>!  and the world laughs'with you.r  No need then for rose-colored  glasses.  '/Beecham's Pills" start '7  health vibrations to all parts'of"'  the body,- while putting a ruddy  tihrron lips and cheeks., There's ���  health-in every box. .Health, for  every  man,  womah.'and child. "  ���Beecham's Pills    '      ''     '.,        .  4< HOMEMADE. BEAN   BAGS/'  Sucker and the Slicker "f am'hFnting I ren?edies l9<^ family, and also" oit-  nd  Stetp  Roof>  ER  'M  .ei. *���  JFINO  w iy, it's'a-pieoe of siring  _(fo .ties around your finger  .into town on an errand,  a Press.  SjjSwoman, don't you know  -Jung is n serious thing?"  IJShad to do it. Uoth lady  r.ed for my vote and I  low to refuse either of  ington  Star.  TABLE DECORATIONS.  THERl  m  m.  alcoholic  f��apar/lla  _��.^M^you need a tonic>  fey^ur^lqctor.   If you think  'BWf?@Somcthine for Your  ��w ._ _octor(j     If yOU I  Id  like to   tryj  Jnpn-alcoholic Sarsapa-j  wsMfiftK2*our doctor.   Con-I  llfiA^le,n*   Keep in closc  When one is uslnjj a special flower  for the decoration of the "table at a  formal luncheon or dinner, it is artistic  to hare the same (lowers used as a  garnish for as many of the dishes as  possible.  Thus if one has daisies and ferns In  th_ center of the table have the lampshades of green paper cut In narrow  fro.dllke pieces to represent ferns.  Servo the oysters in their shells,  with a wreath of ferns around the outside and a lemon nestling in a bed of  daisies in the center.  Twine the stems of sherhet glasses lu  maidenhair If It can bo done just before sending to the table; otherwise it  will be too wilted.       y '      '.���. '  If you have grape fruit, served hj  glasses, have them standing In a  wreath of daisies, with ferns on the  steins, or if the half fruit is served let  the edsre of the p'ato be. wreathed with  a mi.Ncd Mieatli of ferns find daisies.  The Ice*? should lie molded. In the  form of daisies If you.care to go to the  oxpen*-e and should -have a touch of  Dlstndie in them, to represent the green  at is the fact that the Sucker I .am  'hinting at is1 always.- in the swim,  while the Sucker 1 regard with reverence and respect has a toot, a breakup,, just once a year.'  Just once a year doth the luscious  Sucker make for the upper stretches,  struggling .through the ice, to lay her  eggs, and followed by the Big Sucker  who is married to her.        i  "I have always had a deep sympathy  for the. Gentleman cSucker. Not exactly because he is a Gentleman Slicker, but because he hasn't got anything  to do withjt. He can't fix the date.  He may be running^ for the Sucker  parliament,.with a chance of election.  He may have a great .scheme on hand,  and that's the very time *the Lady  Sucker-will rush up the creek and deposit 5,000,000,000 eggs, more or less.  And ho has got. to go and take care  of those eggs.   * k  I talked ��� to an old Sucker about it  in the mill dam .the other night.  "Th�� women do it to. spite you,"  he said bitterly. "Just as soon as you  get into a hole or a pool or an eddy,  she throws up her fins. It's spite,"  said the old Sucker���"it's nothing else  but spite."  _ Of course I know that all "this is a  libel. It is, a libel as old aa Adarn. Ia  it not just like a Big Sucker loafing  round in the Dundas creek to blame  It on his Eve. And when he lies cold  and pretty sick in the wagon box tonight after tlie sucker run is over  he will hate> women worse than ever  he did.  It was his" own fault. If he had  stayed in the lake he would have been  safe. The riil_ didn't ask him up  the creek. He needn't have followed  them. They wpie going up Dundas  creek on a little private business of  (heir own, and he didn't even get an  invite.  He butted in. I am not sorry for  him.  He can ��_lad his last hours with the  reflection that he isn't the only Sucker in the universe. The Khan.  some of the miraculous cures accomplished inside the last'18 years,  of which I have knowledge."'  Gat��e_.Still! Retains  a   Fair  Degree  of  1     Popularity. '    '      *-  .   While'thesafe and comfortable bean  .bag has been sidetracked, to some extent in favor of "more strenuous" forms  ' of diversion, Jt still retains" a- fair de-tr  gree of popularity. .   ,'..'  In one family,,where  the'bean 'bag,  retains Jts old time prestige'a German  auntie made for the little"folk a 'set' of,  ba_re.,_hat has been-much'admired and  iIs highly���ap_ reciated. ..The.set cousists-  of four,bean-bags, two round ones aud  two square ones, which are all rather  small, and all crocheted with mercerized thread In the respective flag colors  of different nationalities and.made as  follows:  United State:  Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 25 cents."  ,THICK, SWOLLEN GLANDS,;  _.    , -A round bag.    Begun  in   center, arid ' crocheted "rouud   and  round���seven   rows   in -red,   seven   iu  T. G. IRWIN,, Little Britain, Ont.    white, seven'in blue.   The reverse side  ,,. Run   down   conditions   from     lung,  otomach or .other constitutional v-trou-,  ble'cured by Psychine.'  At'all druggists, 50c and $1.00, or Dr. T. A. Slocuin,   Ltd.,   Toronto.  . "Do you know, young man, that it's  the pace-     at kills?'  ���  ,   "Certainly,     I'm     a'   chaffeur."���  Browning's Magazine. ,'  A Power of its,Own.���Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil has a 'power of its own  that other oils cannot- pretend to,  though there are many pretenders.  All*.who have used it know this and  keep it by them as.the most valuable  liniment available. Its uses are in-  iimnerable and for many-years it has  been prized as the leading liniment  for man and beast.  "What sort of a telescope do you  .use for seeing things on Mars?".  The eminent astronomer; habituated to scanning the heavens at magazine-space rates, stayed his pen but  an  instant. ' t  "I have learned," he replied, "not  to rely on any telescope. The best cf  them sadly hampers the play of the  imagination."���Philadelphia Ledger.  Minard's   Liniment   Co.,   Limited.  ��� Dear   Sirs���Your  MT_\rARD"S   LINIMENT is our remedy for sore throat,  colds  and  all  ordinary ailments.  Tt  never  fails   to   relieve   and   cure  promptly.  / CHARLES   WHOOTF.N.  PortSMulgruve.  crocheted in same * way���twenty-one  rows���in blue. The two round "sides  of bag are crocheted together and finished with tiny narrow scalloped edge.  Spain.��� A square ' bag. Four rows,  fifty stitches In length, in yellow, three  rows of red, seven rows of yellow,  three of red and four of yellow. The  reverse side in solid red.  Germany.���A. rouml bag.   Seven rows  of black, seven of white and seven of  red, with a black reverse side.  -  Italy.���A square bag of same dimensions as tbe Spanish one.    Seven rows  of  red,   fifty  stitches   long";   seven   of  white and seven of green; reverse side  of plain  green.    The hags should  be  crocheted closelyto admit of being fill  ed--with small sized  beans "and should  not be filled very full.  ^ Tho nationalities represented In a set  could vary with Individual taste, and'  a set could consist of two, three,  Qve  or even seven bean bags.    Bur what  ever combination is chot-en  the raulti  colored bean  bags make an attractive  showing aud a charming present, while  they are iu the making an easily ban  died aud pleasing sort of fancy work.  Seized Canadian Sealer.  Scnor Bacchini, Minister of Foreign  Affairs, who has been interviewed, declares that Great Britain has protested against the accord of 1889 between ; Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil,  Peru, Chili'.. Paraguay and Bolivia extending federal jurisdiction five miles  from" shore.    F  A sailor the other day in describing the efforts of a youth to become  nautical, said that just at the close  of a dark night the lad was sent' aloft  to try if he could see a light. '        ���  As he was no great favorite with  the lieutenant, he was not hailed for  some time; in fact,' dawn was beginning, to break when "Aloft there!" at  W�� publish our formulas  9  W�� baniah alcohol I  from our modlolcv* |  Wo urea vou to f  oouiult y our  dootor  , AS^W^doctor to name some of the  ���" ��� _?8_"S Wconstipation.   His long list will  - i   ,5��8Jn$w._h}slC|.-headachc, biliousness,  icWfc ��� ; tePJ^lbia"b,0?Jd' bad 8km-   Then  .    ' '*sPP���}if <he would  recommend your '  _*,<?*?' ��* *"* c*" lK"r,u�� *���*���-  Her  Accurate   Ear.  ���'Makliigi oneself agreeable," commented (Several Horace Porter, "Is all  \ery well, but there is danger in too  much enthusiasm. I knew of one case  where a young girl's very' best young  man said to her soulfully, 'Did'you  know that I passed your house iast  night?'  '"Of course I did,' she answered  promptly. 'Did you thiuk I wouldn't  know j-Our step?' '.  "And the young man grew thoughtful and grave, for he had passed in a  cab."--^'"��� a'o utama CamDanion.  The protest lis caused by the capture' length was heard from, the lieutenant.  if the Canadian sealer Agnes Daiia^  hoe: Uruguay has accepted the. pro-; j  lost, but only concerning the. open soai  ���while"it upholds jurisdiction over'half  iho River Plate, the Other half be-  loiur'insr to  Argentina.  Aye, aye, sir.  "Do  you see  a light?"  "Yes, sir." . '-���  "What light?"      - ' -,  :  "Davlight,  sir."  .Wooden Piles In Holland.  Holland has a perennial necessitv for  wooden   piles.     In- r.otterdaiii   harbor  works of all kluds demand them, and  the drainage of the Zii.vdor Zee us  ft  steadily proceeds throws out its wooden  ramparts In all directions.    A I.an >  cashire contracting, (irm   has built for  the purpose of-sharpening the driving  Olds or piles a machine  which resembles a gigantic pencil sharpener.   Piles  I up to twenty-eight inches In diameter  I are sharpened to a Ave Inifi point In  I fifteen minutes.  A Place For Everything.  The woman who says all that Is necessary to smooth the housekeeper's  pathway free from even pebbles of an  noyunce is (o have a place for every  thing and then keep It In Its place has  even devised a special resting place  for the lids to her pots and pan*?.  Being tired of bi caking her hack  Rtooping into her pot closet to fliui (he  one lid to lit a special pot, she devised  a pan railing In her pantry, where the  pans now repose Just within reach of  her hand and only a step or two from  the range.  Under die rather high clipboard*��� nt  one side of the pantry she f.i,teued  two wooden cleat1*., deep cuouv'j to al  low the largest lid to slip in easily. _et  not fall through to the floor, and ��� the'en-  tiro'width 6f'the wall apart.  ; Across the front of these strips she  fastened a strip of wood about nn inch  wide and a .quarter-of an inch thick,  stained it the siiine color as the woodwork andyhas a place-where every iid  In the house may go and yet be found  Instantly when wanted.  No matter how hastily the-lid Is put  away, the handle will catch ou" this  horizontal.' strip, and prevent it from  ���.-Jlpplng tl.iroiich. ���    "   .  _,   .. ,,         He has re-  .cennly been the, most talked-of member of the force. '  Gale arrived at .Shecrness, where  the Nore division of the home fleet  was anchored, in chargeVof a deserter  from H.M.S,"Bulwark. Chartering a  boat, the sergeant.boarde'd the battle-  fihip.and' was-formally .handing over  his "prisonei when aa bificer hurriedly  told, him to get back ' into his boat.  The flpet, he, explained, was under  immediate orders to "sail.  "I -went to' the side.* of the ship,"  said the police'sergeant, "and looked  over.  My boat was (.one!   Then I remembered that the boatman had rowed  off  to  another ship.    As   I  stood  there in a quandary the engines of the  i Bulwark    started'   and    we    steamed  I away.   They told me that' it would be  impossible   now' to   'put    me   ashore  without delaying  the  whole fleet;  in  fact,   I was helpless!  "You'con imagine how worried 1  felt when I remembered that neither  my superior officers nor mv wife would  know what had b'-c-ome of me. 'Where  shall we stop first3' I asked. You can  guess my dismay when they told me  that the fleet would not anchor uniil  it had reached Invergordon, near the  Moray firth.  "The officers treated the affair as a  great joke; but they were very kind to  me*airthe same.   I was put "to 'mess'  with  the petty officers,  and hadn't a  [ itroke of work to,do, of course.    If it  hadn't been for the'anxiety of not being able to send a message ashore, J  might   have    enjoyed    the   trip   very  much. , A  boat from the Bulwark put  me* ashore   at   Tnver_ordon   late   on  Thursday night.   The'first place I visited was the telegraph office.    Then I  took train to Inverness, and came on  from   there   io   London. ��� a   600-,mile  journey,, altogether.  that make a horjie Wheeze,  have Thick Wind, or Chokel  ttowa, can be removed nll_  ABSORB^  or any Bunch*or Swelling ,  caused by strain or lnflara- (  '{nation.    So   blister, no i  UMr cone, and horse kept  .at work. S2.0Oper bottle, delivered.   Book 3-C free.      >    i^-??��?BIN15�� ��J��-.' r��r mankind. 'SIM,"  .tvqred.    Cures   Goitre, Tumors, .Varicose  Vein.     ,  llvlroceie. Varicocele.   Book free.   Kadeonly !������ ,   *  S. F. YOUXG, P.DFJ37 Homniw.fi St., SpringffcH.,'H_s_. *  Y   LYHJl. SONS SCC Montreal. Canadian A_en_a.    "  ' Aho furnttk.il by Martin Bolt A Wi/nnm Co. Winnipeg,  ni National Dnq a\ Cktmloal Co. lV7ri7i.-p.f_ and C_ga_,  Ofltf H.nd^zzn firos. Co.Itrf- Vanoouw.-- *  To Receive "Miners' V.C."  Richard Meiriman, a Notts, miner,  residing at Shirebrook. has been recommended for the Edward medal  (the miners' Victoria-Cross) for bravery at Shirebrook Colliery, Notts, last  year.  It appears that a strand in one of  the conductors which pass through  the loops attached to the pit cage became entangled, thereby causing the  cage to tilt, 'lhrec ot the fourteen  occupants were pitched out and killed. Had it not been for Merriman,  who, -with gieat daring, seizvd the  catches on the cage, all the otheis  must havo met with a similar fate  Wr-dced m a sitting postuie, and  expecting cwiy moment to bo hurled  down the shaft, Momm/in clutched  the catches with both hand*-. Though  two comrades were hurled upon him,  causing a fracture of his thigh, he  held the catches for two hours, during  which period his comrades were rescued.  As the result of his bravery, Merriman has lo--t the use of both hands,  and the injury to his thigh has forced him; to use crutches. He is unable to. do any kind of work.  .    WHEN  TO SOW. FLAX SEED. * '  . * ���     <,��        From the  Middle of.May to the Middle of June is Stated to be  the  Best Time.  Farmers     of ' the     Canadian' "West  should noc, make'the mistake of sowing flaxseed too early.    The flax plant  is   very   tender  in   the   early  spnnp,  although later on it suffer.*, less from  frost than wheat, oats or barley. Flaxseed  should  not   be 'sown  before  the  lath of May.   From thc middio of May.  until the middle of June, flaxseed may  be sown without fear.    Very good results have  been obtained when sown  even somewhat later than the middle  of June, but the farmer who sows from  May 15 to June 1G will be on tho safe  side.  Successful farming depends to a  considerable extent upon variety of,  crops, 'io giow nothing but wheat  year after year is a mistake. The  flax crop is especially suited to not them latitudes, whine the season is  short, owing to the fact that it ma-  tures more quickly than the other -  cereals.  '    ft  r.  'fe  ,' >��\  ���'.$\  ���     te*[  ���Jf  .V��,  *s#,i  .  *?.u  ���3 >'   Vlp?  V o4g��.  ''I  fti'-jl  ��� Vf 1  m  '      4*1  yd  ' w  -- t-sM'-  ' * !tV|J,  -,'tf  '#>  Ml  ' ',,���_���  ft*.  "frill  m  \-;.  kii  it  -ft  WE PAY HIGH  PRICES FOR FURS  and hides, or tan them for robes, rugs  or coats. N. W. Hide & Fur Co.,  Minneapolis.  Feet   and   All.  A young housekeeper went to market to purchase a chicken. After  selecting one and enquiring thc price  she said:  ."Isn't 14 cents rather high3 The  butcher across the street chaises only  13 cents."  "With the ieei on5" asked the butcher.  "'No; I think the feet were cut off,"  she  replied.  "I thousrht sn," enul the butcher.  "When wo sell a chicken ht'iu, in,i'>im,  we soil it  ieot and  all."  Red Blood  Good Health  Spring blood is thin and watery until Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food is  used.  v ���  *("'  !, 1'  J.   *  Mr.1  x">        <    I  J   *   1  $;.  >. -  ' V.  r.  X  ', i   t I  C��  / Gentle Dig.  Reggy Sapp-I have one In this  watch case. Miss Wose, that I think  the most in this world.  Miss Rose���Gracious! When did you  bave your picture taken, lieggy?���Chi  cago News.  :   The  Musical  D.   D.  The professor was complimenting  the violin jvirtuoso ou the excelleno>  of his playing.    ,  ,   "By  the   way,"   he  said,   "do   yon  play the 'Doctor of Divinity?"'1  "That is a piece I'have never heard  of." answered the violinist."  "Never heard of it!" exclaimed the  professor.    "Fiddle, D. D.I"  It   Didn't  Appeal  to   Him.  "Don't   you    think   that   Miss   La  Teache has a wniplextou like ivory?"  "Perhaps so, but I never cared niucb  for    painting    on    Ivory."���Cleveland  -'tin Dealer.  From One Walk to Another.  "What would you do if you was one  o' dese millionaires?" said Meandering  Mike.  "1 s'pose," answered nodding Pete,  "dat I'd get meself a golf outiit an'  walk fur pleasure instead o' from necessity."  Sho'Might Not Like It.  "Old man Pilkinsqn camlidly'admlts  that his wife made him what he Is."  "Yes. But I have noticed that he Is  always careful to assure himself before admitting It that she isn't present to out In a denlaL."-���ludca-  Red   blood   1.    tho     foundation  health, and  strength."-  The same parts of the blood which  give it   color���the  red  corpuscles���.also contain the elements..-which sustain  |and' invigorate   the     body     and ' its  I organs. ' "    .    "  '     It   is   because   the   blood   is'  thin  I weak and watery'in  the  spring  that  nearly   everybody   requires   a   blood-  builder, and. restorative.  Now what Dr. A: W. Chase's Nerve  Food does is to increase the number  of red corpuscles in the blood o.r -in-  other words to make tho blood . redder and richer in i..e elements which  go to build up new cells and tissues  fo replace those wasted by disease or  in ��� the process  of living.  Redden the blood by the use of Dr.  A. W. .Chase's Nerve Food and you  lift yourself from that- low level of  health which leaves you tired and ,  languid and. ah easy victim of consumption or some form of wasting ,(.r,  contagious disease.   !  The portrait and signature of the  famous Receipt Book author, A. \V.  Chase, M;D., aro on every box of tho  genuine. 50 cts. at all dealers or-Kd-  manson. Bates  &( Co.,  Toronto, Ont.  W. N. U. No. 688.  ^���ferfeii  VM-^yy^' ���-'.  i. <.-  "i J'  <,'.  it'  TMJfi TV.AnPH.-MOYlJfl. BRITISH COLUMN:  o   I  '��� ?\  i ���>'  - i  i       'e-7-.  , ..   i -,W.  +    ,~ ,  THE  J  LIQUOR Ll*:KN,Sii  AUT.  �� iblislied in the interest'of the people  of Moyie and Ead Kootcnuy.  I > u'  '}y :  ' >,  R J. SMYTH, Puuusiji".  "uT*ffoNJ49_*EST?  ���X.-���^-      ____7^��        X" ��*  bates or aunscttiJ'Tiof..  Ojo Year    J2.00  ':*      <  , J\   \,>  .JA.'i" i   '  ','  SATURDAY, HAY 10, 1003.  ��� t>;  i i,!  A.     <  y<-  f * n   .���".<-  f:i ��� ���,. -' ii.  j\Zr.y  't -  ?-v?  lev  l',t,   .11  J i  |'>  I-   '''  I v,  �� ->'  I 7     '  ft.' r~ i\Z. 7."'  It**., _' Hi I*.'  fair*  4iyy^4 -  ,, 4*.."H*'- ���  -* W*  ;<.'-*. <v  Ilow'quick'y,,^ quwtly tbe  eye opens and cl' sds, revealing  aud concealing a world!  ' ,The bead, like the stomach, is  .most ea-ly iuf��.ctei with poWt-n  when it is t tiijity.  J3o easly  are   we  impress & 'oy  numbers that even a div/.eu wheelbarrows in succession  seem quite  imposing.    , ,  Notice is heieby given thnt one  month after date 1 iin,enu to apply to tho Superintendent of Pro  vincial Police for a renewal of my  H .tel Licei.ce to hell inLoxioarhifi  liquors, under the, provisions cf  the Statutes, in that btihidf, in  the prHtiii-irP known mid described  as the MinhaU.ui Hurt:!, sinmwd  siL-iT.-j-io B. <-.'., to CiiMiuehce 'on  the iat day of July, 100S.  Philip P. Johnston.  M'.vie, U.'C.,' May i��t.fl,100S  i'i~>y '*"-v  *jSJtilK..' /..,'-(,       ,i  ���"}��,< -'r,,j.  ,   (   V"^ "^    ��    j. . I .,'  i1 frF^"''?!1,-..^.  -tv{^.Trf .i   ?.*  "Wf" ���Fi .'  ^'"'  ST  ...r ,i     *  .**      ' '  ���^|W^*>:.M'w''.  jEi��!y<,7*,'.   .,  -Alfefe,-'  -1       i -ft" >."'���!  i7."'A'i'''t>h-  .�� 7>4^,y  ��� ji ���^���p*'* ^^IS-  -,.   t*f;Jf-  U4.'i'5^^w    _t  |(W"--r "'' ������  P'  it1''.'  ,-.-���.+*���.' !^.��y.  .it: �� r^yeiJ.    ,  t }*   '.'Pit'"!   -,  - *v   'V; -'"' "'v    '  .is. i;>_ * -w.j-i' i  ���   l   ��� . -',J.5'...  *    '���*!.*.J'!_j./!!--,_  . ���_>,%*���> ii;>ci^}ii_ii.  ���*-  .*:"vB;*t,'  * ?*<_.' *i.s. v.*,  !#'  \\y^ ,<:  ..|-J''*. ,.��*. -  i^Kr".  ry"��''��l.'  'rifc..;i"'-    !  '  r��    '      .r     ���- '     '  llS 7    *t|   I  V, '  ' yr<y:  i' * *  'W'    _i ."���'  ���i  fe  rWI-%%1        -  ^.1%- < - 1  n*iJJtiJirS,^>"_ii'-__r. jl.  I,9��6  -, wy.  ."fSi  ?SJ  ;ygKyy*i  -^;ji.y;.y..  (jy.i:.-'; 'v.-.   ���  ky..^  '' '       Ju'oging   a   Man*  > -  .1-     .  '  ' Don't ju-jge a man by his  clothes. Ootl made one ami the  "tailor the other.  1   Dou't. jiil.p a min by his fiu-  xtre in, life, i'mv many  a man fa-i^s  ' 'because   ha   ii , toj    honest    to  succeed,   - '  ��� ' ��� ,-  ' 'Don't judf.0 a man by the house  .he lives in', for the lizard and r..t  often inhabit   the grander- struc-  - ��   *      '  '  ture. . i  , , .    , v  V   ��.N man dies and they who survive ask'what property  there  is  iljiffc'.behind.      The    angel   who  /beuda'over  the  dying_ man asks  ', -what good deedts he has   pent  be-  , fore him. .       , . ^  ? :   CASPENTBR WOKK.  A Kost Valuable Agent.  The gtycerino employed in Dr. Tierce's  medicines grc-aily enhances tho medicinal  properties which it extracts from native  medicinal roots and holds In solution  much tetter than alcohol would. It also  I>os.seS3(is medicinal properties of Its own,  being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,  antiseptic and an ti ferment. ,It adds  greatly to thooflieary of the Hlack Cherry-  -UirU-j'JJIfxxiroot, Golden Seal root, Stono  root and Queen's roc-t, contained in  "Uoldcn ifedlcal Discovery "in huMuing  chronic, pr liiigcrinu coughs, bronchial,  throat and lung '.(lections, for all of which  thopo agents arc recommended by standard medical authorities.  In all ca-es where thero Ss a wasting  nway of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak  stomaCli, as in tho early stages of con-  'eumuUpn, thero can be no doubt that gly-r  cerlno/aets' as a valuable nutritive and  aldi yiio Opldcn Seal root. Stone root.  Queer's roft and Black Cberrybark in  promoi-im. fligestion ar.d building up tbo  Flesh aririisfrengtb, controlling tho cougb  and brltiffihg about a .healthy condition  of tho wjiAlo system. Of course, it must  not tie ojixjctcd to work miracles." H will  -not cureybnsuiaptlon except in its earlier  stagii.. it will cur* yf"-y yeverft. Pb?th  n__. hnriiT-iTli. cli__iiiir_ ffinrhs. brnnchlnl  andlffTyrriieaI tniu.pi_,_,_ind_clironic sora  'tirrffrTwlfrrbOjiSrmcs*;. "In acutecougiis  .rRnoTso eiieciTve: irisin tholingcrinff,,  hang-on coughs, or those of longstanding,  'even when accompanied,by blecdiug'froin  Jcngs,'*tliat it has performed its most <  marvelous cures.     ".,>* '  Prof. Klnlcy Ellingwood, M. D., of Bennett Med. College, Chicago, says of gly- '  ccrine: i-  ��In dysixjpsla It sci-ces r.n exccllen t pu rpose.  .H/ildlne a Oxoti anantlty'of Uie peroiiou of  liydrofren In solution. It la ono of the best  manufactured pi-i.ductS'Of the ptesent tlmu ln  ilte hcUdSj uj^ii- onfcetjled, disordered stom-  "achs, especially if tbero i. ulceration or ca-  t.rjlml ca*>tiiLis (catarrli'il lnllumnsatlon of  stomach), it Is a most clllciont preparation.'  Glywrlne f.ill roliuvc many cases of pyrosis  ���(heartburn) j.r.d oxccsiivo gastric (btomach)  acltitty."      " ^^z^. 1.  "Golden Medical Discovery" cnricTies ana ,  ' parities tbe blood carlne blotches, pimples.  NC��iptlons. scrofulous swellings and old sores.  'Orulr-ers. ,        ' . ���  Send to Dr. E. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y..  for free booklet telling all about the native-  medicinal roots composinr. tliLs wcnUernu  medicine.   There L, bo alcohol in Jr.  Hand Painted  China  We have just received a  ���shipment" of    beautiful  baud   painted  Austrian  'china' which   we    must  sell   at  once, and  al . a  great red'uotiov).  Don't m-~isri this  opportunity."'"     Gome    early  ,and get'ii small   tea set,  , J   chocolate - sel,    or   p?q-  ���    serve   sot.'   Sugars   and  creams,   liutLer   dishes,"  ' ce 1 cry     t rays,     cracker  jar." .and salads, etc., '  This large "and  beatiful  assortment will    be  on  sale  Tor   the 'next    two  '.'      weeks so call rti.d see  us  ' . early.,', '  t  MOYIE .REUS   'AND  >ST0EE.  t;   Joseph's   Convent.  N12LSON. B. C.  '   hoarding and ,Dny _cbb61  conducted' by tbe Sisters of St. Ju_i-ph, Neleon,' ,  B.   C.      ComniPrcinl    anil,  bu7.illes^  c'  'All parties" desirous *qf .havinpr  any carpenter work done cannot  :ido better,than comrnuiiicate'with  'Win. Bridges or Win. Meredith,  ' Aldridge. ' Prices ��� reasonable.  "Work Erst class. "Orders may be  Jeft at Fitch's store. '"  " ���' '".    '-  A.1T Free Miners' Certificates expire* on. May '31st,  and should be renewed prior  to that date. The undersigned .is Deputy Mining Re-  cordcr, for Moyie and vicinity, and is the proper person  . to  apply to for ^ ^-j �� ALDER  cates. 'F. J. SMYTH,  Deputy' Mining Recorder  Thinking, of Springy  Fainting, Etc?     c  ^  _ 5 J        Cr  .   . the;i>t ' IlEWEirp exi  B. H. SHORT,  ORANBROOK, J.. .C  Box    33.        ���      fc  Will send r competent  man to paint, , kalso-  mine or pape r , ��� your  horns,  (.ourscs a  specialty.. Excellence  and  7 ** . ..    'f. 1  swift  progrnss  cbaracteuize  each   de-,  u-irtnicnt.    Purcrits  should   write  fori  particulars.    One month  assures  the:  public' of,: the   tliorou^hpaes   of   the'  Sisters' methods' of teaching.   Terms  cornm..nee January,  April  and   Sept*  j '   *" **  Pupils are admitted chiri*i__ tprm-  l_ O. O. F.  &^^_^(VHUey tiodtfo No.  44-  Meots Tii����*jdin evenings in McGregor  hall   on   Victoria   at root.    Sojourning  Odd Kellovva cordially inviled.  IL J. Lowes   C-^       r. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand.       .       S��cr y-  on  St. Kiiftcnu r.oiluo >'����� 37*  K. of P.  MeelB every .Thursday  M(Gre_or  &tMiY>  \_^_5yj...llal'.8  .'clock.   V>-  ZZTZP'    iiing bsclbirs inviled.''  \V. J. FEivruAjr,' K- -A-1Tirx  Chancellor Com.-'     ' , '    X. ��-and S'  Moyie   Miners'  fTJnion  No! 71  W.'F.'ofM.     .,  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday Svpning., " Bojnuming membera  are roidiallvinvited to atumd. .  John Taylor ',   .  Thos. E.  12b11j-,  - prebident.   >    ' Secrctaiy  'i  '' 'dauber. ���"   l ;  i id  First lCU'is-.'Work-  HOTJBIj. ;>.:KoOTElTAY'  Shoe Repairing  - ICining  Snoes    ,  Made to Order  y *iJ v ���"_rfr^'i  THE CANADIAN Bm/M  ��� OF' COMMERCE   y%  1IKAD   OI'WCi:, TOUON'lO ,;  B. E. W-ALKER, President    ,  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager , '  A. H. IRELAMD, Superintendent of  Branches . ,  ���Pkid-up Capital, 510,000^ ^  Rest, - - - s.ooo' ' * '*  Total Assets, - mmW'*  J-  .'.BANK  MONEY  ORDERSt^"  l*JSUED AT TXE FOU-OV/lllO RAItSi    , t_T*. .>'''"  $5 and under t ,....,.    3 cents  Over' $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cepi.  "    $10        " " $30    10 cents  ���\   $30        ���''.,"-,   $>5D    15 cents  Theie Ordera'arc payable ut par at at ry office in Cnnndit o| a Char  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in th, UinU-.l  They arc negotiable at S4-90 lo l��e jC itciiinj.,)!! Gn-.it I!ri(;,iu _,���i j  They form ah excellent method of remitting small Rnm3 of money -,  and at small coat, and may be obtained without delay at any office oi  CRANBROOK BRANCH. '��� ���  "-���    ���    TUBBY!  i;'i-i  "'h ��_  &  "     ��� K A: SMITH  c  SHOEMAKER,  MOYIE,   Z ''''.'  ia.  T,lft atterillou of Ihe Lancl_*-ancl Works De-  pnrtia.ut having been riirycted to the fact that  town lofs'fn a to-.\nsite uame.i Priuce"Rupert,  heiilg- a subdivision of Lot 642, Range 5 Coast  Dittrict,' situated-'on' the mitfnla'ud between' f  the mbutli of the Sk'ccnd River, and' Kalcu Is  laud, are being: 'ofl'crud , for, Bale, It ilia1*' hc;en  deemed i_cce��!nsaryjlqlwa.ra1tliei>u'blle|ihat the  vaiJ to-wiisite _s>not situated at the terminus of  the Grand Tiunk-Pacifle'-Rallwiiy. -and is.no't  trie toivnsite -wluuh'is owned jointly by Hfie  ��overiimL-iit of.JMrlti .h'Columbla aud iho.Grancl  Trunk Paciiicliailway Coinpany.'    -"'    ^   t*  rf  >��� "! '���,,     ��� F.y.'- ruLTOV *'-.''  "    CCniof���f_Qnxn!^ion^r-Of Lauds and WOrkf,,  Lands and Worts Department1;,        '   ;,   ,        .  Victoria, B.'C. May lst,\ 1KB. ,      " (  , LIQUOR' LICENSE  ACT.  Rarv'ey, ' -BicCartei*- &"'  .,,".. y Iylacdoiialcl.    %  I.''*-. ' ' '    '  Barristers, Solicitors, Notftries/Etc.'^  Cranbrook,   -���.-^B. *C.  w.'e :gurd, ',.   :  ���'''-' "_c - *  _ '      '     ,  BARRISTKit, SOUCITOB, TETO.  CRA.NBROOK.1''     '\    V   ���       -B- c  4    C.H. DUNBAR:,,,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public', Elo  t   ;' Cra,nbrook'1'SB..O::,/  '" ��� - ��y^3i��&?i.'&'3?' yf'  Cranbrook, - vVv--** ,S,%C..;  STOI' AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  J_ ����� " Pm  *   ',' ' " 'i  '* CRANBROOK  k/u.^SMAIVL, JXauajrcr. -.  'X  Good rooms, good  tables und bur  ,  and, tirst qlaaa 'eimijilt? rooai'^  Win.,.' Jew^Jl^  u   ,     *>-       *- .1"-'' .  '   Express and Gener-.  _al<' Delivery^  Rusi-,  ,ness.\  Ilii,very ' and^  Fe ed - S t able Z.': \- \\ Z: '-.  ',' " i-   - .-       - '   ' *'<S���*. ��Jw  '.  ��� -v..... _E!6r_ *Sale .,;. zf  , '        ,   ;>   (    'v ;   ' -   '  .-;   .. -y Lcave.Orders at  'Ostnopoutan  HARRY DIMO.CK,' .Proprietor,'  1 i > j  '.  , " Nearest Hotel to the Si. Eugene mine. '  I -j to* ',__��____' y r  / Headquarters   for Miners.  BAR SUPPLIED WITU-DESTBKAKB^ OF LIQl"0.iS.ANl.C.  f ,(Ratfes $1-00>"a" day and up.  ��||||fi  ^Gwjnae's Store/*  w4  '�� ?=  *-.'��*  ^pA.71.  ^NOT^CE.  Take notice that I intend to  apply to the superintendent 'of  Provincial Police after 30 days  from the first publication of this  notice for a renewal of the licence  . to sell liquors by retail on the  proQiit-es known as the "Interna  tional Hotel" at Kinfrsgate,' B. C.  "May 11, 1908. Albert _\Iutz.^  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS.  Work by the day oi\contracfe.  E-jtimatcs cheerfully given. '   ,>  All work guaranteed first class  MOYIE, B. Q.  Notico is hereby givsn. that one  month after date J intend  to' apply   to   the' Superintendent    of  Provincial Police for a renewal of  my Hotel Licence to sell, intoxicating liquors,' under the provisiqnsi  of the Statutes in that' behalf,'' in  the premises known and described  as the  Moyie Hotel,  situated at.  .Moyie B. O.,.to commence  on the  1st, day of July." 1908.. "      '  rhilip F.'Johnston.1 *  Moyie, B. C. May 1st. 1908.  George H. Thompson,,  '" f    '    JBahbistre, sjOLicrro'it '*'  " tary'Public, &c.     ;  CRANBROOK,      British Ooi.ombia-  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL;'   .'    v:   <,'-  (   j. ri **!'__       * w .1-1 W'        *       "ii ������ ,*"<j ��* s   _       In *    J  SEND YOUR WORE!   TO\TnE  KOOTENAi  " steam' -   *' \:  'lr LAUNDRY. *:  ��� ^NEL,SON*     '/ �����    -  ' All White' Labor.  hjff .^rr*-1 iZJ*5itfl-^     -''  T--"'   **7��V.,J.      ;_    ' i  -- \   ' - in   i i-<   ^ (  '"       i  fLa rge" oiaottraen t of",' 00^0 ARTS 'ami* BABY ic^  *     |S* __���_���!������_  :'LIKITED.;'. ^";''*'��� ���      r^sr^  '     l,��7��i*��  W  NOTICE.  BUY YOUR  is::  Take uotico that I intend to apply <*fter 30 days from the first  publication of'this'notice, to the  superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the licence to  sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the "International  Hotel" at Moyie, B. O.  May 14, 1008.       William Kydd.  NOTICE.  Take notico that I intend to apply after 30 days from the 'first  publication of this notice, to the  superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the licence  to sell liquors-by retail on the  premises known, as the "Cosmopolitan Hotel" at Moyie, B. C.  May 11, 190.8.        JI. IJ. Dimock.  o"baooo  T. T. McVittie, C E., P. L.S. II. Y. Parker, C  HcVITTIE c& PARKER  rnovisciAL Land Surveying '  ___Lir.-W.VY  .St MI>'JNO   jex'ginkjekikg  " Estimates Furnished.  '     OFFICES        ;  l-'ort Steele P. ,0.-Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  This hotel is now under   new ,  " management, wd is first class  Leave work with tho local  agent,  ^inevery respect. * A. B.   STEWART.  B. E.  TAYLOR, Hgr/  MOYIE  Victoria Street.  '     , _. r        - ��� ' ' _*��*����*���  1   "! r-\-      ��� Z< V: f. jqiiMSipTN^     ' ,��-; ,' ^S.(  | "Thia Hotel is New and well Furnished- 'QSfa  | Tables are Supplied with the'BestWgjffi  |   v   . Market affords. The Bar is Filled $$&  * -      the .Best Brands of Liauors and OigfeVS^'i  FROM  LIQUOR LICENCE ACT.  '.' Notice is hereby given that  one month after date we intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  jE.rovinci.il Police f Or a reiie'wal of  our Hotel Licence to sell j;;toxi  eating liquors, under the provisions of the Statutes in that behalf, in the premises known and  described as the Kootenay Hotel,  situated at'Moyie, B. C, to commence  on  the   1st day of   July,  1908-  1 Mc-Tavish it Cameron.  Moyie, B. CV May Ut. 100S.  A B, Stewart   &  JUST ARRIVED  A   fresh  supply] [of  our noted  Imperator Hams  and Bacon.  " '        4'      ��� ��� .. '*���    ' ���  Hams,' $15 per   100   pounds,   16i  ��� ���'.'��� conts per poujid.single ��� hams.  Bacon, $17   per   100. pounds; 18._  cents per pound single   slabs.  Try  our Shamrock  Leaf Lard and Empress Creamery but  ,   ter.  ' THEY   ABE A SPECIALTY  MOYIE, B.'C.  W, R. BEATTY  Enibalracr and Undertaker,  Phone 0.J CRANBROOK  LTNOLEUM  CARPETS  "Wlien furnisliing your  homo .or hotel don't forget we can furnish you  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT  ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON, '-''.-.-  '-   ZB. O,  ���'."���'���''-.' /���'AGNTS  Mason &. Ilisch Piano Co.  Ostermoor Mattress.  Globe-Wei'nick Office Furniture.  ie__H_._n_B_aKM__-n  ��� THE���  i  O   F. DE3AULNIEE.  DE-LIEIt  IN  IH-SADLMEIl     liltOS. j ropu.  Lar_;e sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Bes  ol accommodations. .  Ueudqiiiirtura   for   Com-  rnerciul and Mining Men.  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a  stylish,   up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  -^"e guaratee  all  "Our Work.  Q le an i n g,   :   rep a ir in g a nd  pressing done. '  Prices Right.  i m  .    .'Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, '  B. C  L   icKILLOP  ASSAY ffiSJK -  ���Or  JJESS.   AVBSfB,  NELSOX,  ii. C  PROMPT DELIVERY.  aueens'A-c?e/    MOYIE  MOYIE,   li. 0  Summer    Excursion  Rates East, $60,00  Prom IMoyie to' "Winnipeg, Du-  luth, Port William, St. Paul,  S oux City.  Chicago     -i 7."i.50  Sfc a_ouis   fi7 i"0  New York   10S.50  Toronto   01.-10  Montreal .....,/...,....:... 108.50  Ottawa.!. 7.:Z--7i.. ���.......108,50  St. Jobn, N. B.',... i;.....;.-. 127.50  Halifax-,... i.-. .'7. z. Z....... ,-'135.50.  Sidney, C.lC...;...:^.. :... 141.00  ���Tickets on-.sale; May i and 18,  June 5; 6, 19 and 29: July 0, 7, 22  and 23;' August 0, 7, 21 and 22,  1008. First class, round trip,  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  Routes ���Tickets good via any  recognized routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east  of Chicago aro good via tho Great  Lakes.  For further  information,  rates,  sleeping car reservation apply  '.   C E. McPIIER.SON', G. P. A.  'Winnipeg/ Man.  J.MOE, D.P.A.  Nulhon. '11. C.  JlOYTK  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  '    AND MINING MEN  mtJTISII COLD.  1*-   -  ?     SS6��� I ��3*��� _���6���(e*S�������6���:6e__.S3 _<*��������� 3>3S3 dSSv��3=>5-3���ff  1 ���*       * i '  X^82ZaS5SsaS33__sa3fc_ai^^ assBi^MsaiZiJikSWFiiiiBTFr^ m,"*t k&\  i  Aa  mida^by llio  present brewer   is   mlnntUa'r  BeBt Beer in Enst Kootenny.' With ll.c tfc-t M.isj  he Purest Spring Water it ia unexcelled .'or _usi-|  Iiisiut on liuving Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  OHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  MOYIb.'  vami'Mtinvu mmwujiiwimMBaBsiBSBBxm ___a_______  ���c  Insurance, Heal  Estate, Collection  IN ALL FARTS OF TOWN  aSte*    ***���


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