BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Moyie Leader May 19, 1906

Item Metadata


JSON: xmoyie-1.0183784.json
JSON-LD: xmoyie-1.0183784-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xmoyie-1.0183784-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xmoyie-1.0183784-rdf.json
Turtle: xmoyie-1.0183784-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xmoyie-1.0183784-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xmoyie-1.0183784-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 ,1  *��  -n ���  ^?i  [ -   ,  1     -���-^���*-_m  i i-   -      ^y^r  i ^5  MOYIE, B.C,  MAY 19. 1906.  &2 A  YKAR  |f There are many  shii  ', In the path of life.  ' %   '-'-    , i '  nod to,avoid these we have decided to agasn iatari our  /  VBARGhftJN COUNTER"  On this counter,' which is in. the , very centre of  our  store! weunload our. auperfluous cargo af all, kinds of  ' dry.goods at'prices which will insure ua a   busy^lime  during tbe next week.  �� .  ' -    .,'  This.Way for Bargain Hunters-  TAKES OVER  EUREKA MINE  Canadian Consolidated Branching,  ISA COPPER,PROPERTY  G ( ���>  All Papers Are Signed  at This End and Are  on Way East, t  GENERAL;  NEWS  NOTES.  ' D. C. Drain-has opened his new hotel ia Blainmore.   It ia dowbtful if Nelson will celebrate  Dominion Day this year.  All the savings banks in'San Francisco will .open on Hie 28tb.     -        - ,  The Porto Rico Lumber Co. at'Moyie  have about 'ft million feet of lo_.s out.  J The first,' steamer   for   Nome,   tbe  Corwln, sailed from Seattle on May 10.  FIRE-INSURANCE.  , t" '��� '_��� _���     -���' B' . .7  ' \(  The��� hot summer months are, neaxvat  i . hand. ^Ask  yourself whether you are  properly insured against,_fire, and write  Be^e^Slwell;  MOYIE, B,C.  , Konrfnrao  {���*_.__-NUUOOK  The Canadian Consolidated, Mining  <fe Smelting company has acquired, a  controlling interest in ���the 'Eureka  Copper mines on Forty-Nine creek, in  West Kootenay, says the Neisbn'Daily  News. Tbe deal was practically closed during tbe .resent visit to Nelson  of W. H.'Aldridge, of Trail,, manager  of   the   Canadian  Reduction, Works,  +    ' * I  and general advisor <to the company,  which again is a C P. E. organization.  '' All the papers have been signed at  this -and, and are now on their way to  Montreal for signature ,"by the directors, but as the deal was authorized, in  advance, a hitch is'now, inconceivable.  * The deal is one of mutual advantage, the Canadian Consolidated company obtains a copper mine of. high  grade'ore, with large bodies.of proved  va, .ue.v Tbe .money they pay does not  go to promoters but, to,, the 'development of a property in which' they have  now a .controlling interest.'.  ,, The people of Creston are preparing  for a' big celebration  and dance on  May 24th, vj.     ,_   Tbe Home Bank of Canada .mil  open up a branch in Fernie within  thirty days'.   ' ���       ,  '' Stock of the Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada is "quoted at $130 a share.' '  "'    .   '   *���  &,_. -   * l  i, The'altHude of the Kaslo hospital is  200 feet ab6ve. Kootenay Lake and  I960,feet above'sea level. ���     '  nr.9rxtt3i2S&3i&-  No\wilS the :Tinii3  , % ���?,  of the yeatfor, Canned>Tuits. vAl  *  ���..   *- '.      ������       �����   '/    .    OT"      __*������*" *���     -     x  All fcinefs  7 % i,.  ,' .MQYLE'S'  RAILS NEAR  BONKERS FERR  Tracklaying Gang is  Progressing.  ^fKBBmammsm^fBm^.ar��BtB^SS^ ^^SSl^ZX^Si^^^SSSSS^SS^i  *  ON COMA   RAILROAD  Mr, Corbiii Savs Trains will  Be Kunmng, Into Spo- ,,  .kahe.bv September," .'.  The three men who held up the C.  P, R. train near Kamloops have been  captured,and identified.' |    . _'  " Lowery _ new paper, the Ledge", has  made its   appearance   in   Greenwood.  It is.in every way up to date/ ���   >z  '  The, hotel at^Kitchener was burned to  the ground this week. Joseph Walker,  the proprietor, lost everything.'''   ,  * *        -    ' *    '       f ���  Brass is made of copper, and zinc.  The best brass consists of two parts by  weight of copper to one of zinc.' n  < The Government will give a grant of  at least $500 UrWilUam   Sherrin,   the  i. 0.7 | , ,  winner of the Marathon'race.''  The track laying crew on * the Corbin road is said to be within a few  milerf of Bonners Ferry. The company is completing the ' bridge across  the rivei and the outfit will enter the  town about May 20th., The _. grade is  finished from there to Sandpoint,' and  as soon as the'company can cross tlie  river il will start for Sandpoint, laying  ibe steel. It'will take about 20 days  tb reach ,that town. "D. C. Corbin'  .ays;'"Trains-��on'tho Spokane Inter���  national should be running into Spokane early   in September." *-  Trf^^r!, *^*~*.*r****%  LEADING   HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations,    ;  _or" the Traveling Public...  Large a^nd Commodious Sample Rooms.        .  ' Billiard Room..  McMAHON BROS, Proprietors.  ��i  C. B. C."   (J0KSETS.  We have secured these   corsets  Moyie, and would   like' to   have  ladi* s',' opinion   of   them,  them in styles ��� and   sizes  for  the  We   havo  to   fit   all  figures at prices ranging from fBcts' to  $2.50."  Let us show them to you.  A. HILL,  Jumped,the Town.  \ '   _��__   _-*���"���   :  " i *"i     * Q tu'"*" '  ;. The people of Moyie were treated , to  a genuine surprise last"Monday when  it became known that T. V.' Lowney  had,left the-country, leaving^ behind  many who are mourning his departure AJter th��". laBt-'payday-icwney  went to Cranbrook ostensibly for the  purpose of getting'his' cheques cashed  and looking after some other business,  but it was not"until Monday, that^ the  true condition ..of affairs became-  known. ,He took everything and left  behind a lot of creditors. The heaviest  losers are P. Burns tfc Co., MacEach-  ern & Macdonald and J. W. Filch,  who were let down for six weeks provisions for his hotel. His rent was  paid iu advance, so that;Mr. Stephenson, the owner of the building did not  lose anything. Lowney also had the  Drewry'building rented. This was recently furnished and was well filled  with lodgers. The furmtnro was put  ���in by the Cranbrook Co-Operative  Stores, but was not paid for. This  account amounts to $1200, and there  is a dispute as to whether Drewry or  Lowney^is liable. Lowney gave the  Cranbrook store a letter of credit with  Drewry'a name...atUched, but this  Drewry contends is a forgery. The  furniture has been taken out of the  building , and the house is again  outof,oommi_u_Iou," There is considerable surprise over Lowney's action, as  he had a reputation for honesty and  tho prompt payment of his bills, He  is now supposed to be in Butte with  hi* wife.   For San Francisco Belief,  The members of >Vildey Lodge' No.  44 I O. O. F. and members of Ihe order ot other towns living in Moyie  raised a fund of if31.00 and it was forwarded to the Odd Fellow's relief committee at San Francisco.  ���Rev. W, W.'Baer oi Nelson "has 'resigned,from the ministry of the Methodist cburch.jn British Columbia.      *lf  '   J. J. Hill of the Great Northern rail;'  road has" offered $7875 in prizes for tbe  best managed and best tilled farm's in  the Dakolas and Minnesota.   ,      , ' <  '.Ben Pitman whn<u��,��vj.ta__'of shorthand is used "more than, any "other nn  the United States, is still living in east-'  em Cincinnati.'  He is 83 year's old..  C. H. Little writes from Paso Roblfs  California, tliat he ' ia svell 'satisfied  with the climate there and will not  return to British-, Columbia for some  time.  THE"   LEADING  LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  RAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  Bank deposit.     ,  i Once opened it grows whether added to or   noU  ,       :   Interest   allowed at  current, rates   and   com  ," pounded twioe a year. f  ORANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F. M.vPIN.KHAM,"Manage?.  *->*t ->ir_x4i_ j&LJ&t ������rffitfA ^ _e___sft_s2��ft>- &^*-  _____.'__afcrfi f<T_i��J��tjfi��fir a***  Harold Nelson, the actor, is now  successfully running a suburban theater in Chicago with his own company. Clifford Bruce is still bis right  hand man.  The coal company at Fernie has  changed its system of pnying its miners. Heretofore the wages havy been  paid in cash, but commencing today  the men will be paid by cheque.  1 Lumber prices all over Alberta will  go up from 50c ,to $1 per thousand.  This was the decision arrived at by the  Mountain LumbermenV .association  which was held at Calgary last week.  Two big contracts for the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific have  been signed. Ono contract is for 246  miles east of Winnipeg and tho other  for 150 miles west of Winnipeg. Macdonald it. Ob'eries gets the Quebec section and J. D. MoArthur the other.  Beeause of the heavy demand lor  iabor in the Canadian Northwest, the  lumbermen of Michigan, will find it  difficult to Becure woodmen during the  next few months as men are leaving  for Canada by hundreds. It is estimated already five thousand men have  gone to Fort William to work on the  Grand Trunk Pacific.  Chang.es at St.' Eugene.  .  -Manager Cronin has recently > made,  several changes in the official*'staffjf of  the St. Eugene mine,  The boarding house was taken" out'  of Wm..O'Rourke's hands and 'placed  in, those of Mrs. Whitehead. Harry  Thompson has been replaced by John  Bakke'as foreman up on the hill and a  successor is to be appointed for Martin Howlett, the sh'iftbo'as. Geo: Clothier is no longer superintendent, ami  D._A. Ayres has succeeded .Roy Clothier as assayer." "Geo. and Roy Clothier,  are leaving for Rossland,today.  i , The -Submarine Mine,"  * ,Chas. A. MacKay, of* the l;Black-  MacKay 'Mining Co., returned this'  week "from the coast, and was accompanied by WmV Spurck/a Seattle capitalist. Mr. MacK.iy.is now in>Cranbrook, but will retu rn in a short time  and resume work on tlie shaft' under  Moyie lake. Mr. Spurck returned to  Seattle.     '    '      -.   ���  Prof. Newton, JEumorist  ��� [ ���  i ( *  Prof. C. B. Newton, the noted California humorist and entertainer, will  be in Moyie Monday, May 28th, and  lecture in Eagle hall. It is said of Mr.  Newton that he,has no superiors and  few equals. The professor was in San  Francisco at the time of the eaith-  quake and he will'devote a portion of  tlie evening to relating his experiences.  _____________________    ( *  Aldridge's Familv Here.  W. H, Aldridge, head manager of  the, Consolidated Mining & Smelting  Co. of Canada, has moved his family  to Moyie to spend a portion of the  summer. Mr. Aldridge and Mr. Cronin left for Trail and Rossland yester  day on a tour of inspection.  _E.AH.LY SPRINGTl.UE  is when yna want to wear that new waist.    By looking  at your clock you'll discover you'haven.t a mionte   to  lose. , Now is the time timi- to buy, wni'e pur  '   '    VARIETY IN .WAISTS  , is unbroken.    They can't get cbnarr-r and "first come,  first choice."    Don't tl^lay or  you'll   surely   regret  it.  Besides wflisls, our spring stock of   drygoods 'rnjiiires  'your attention.'   Men's furnishings.  iaohern. ������' :'-.  ���Xnd���       j'  ���-        :  aedohald.  V ** . , 1       * T a  1  ^A  *.  LOCAL  NEWS.  Dance at the Kootenav-  . A farewell dance was given at the  Kootenay hotel last night in honor of  Geo. Clothier. Miss MoKay and Miss  Stephenson, who aro taking their  departure from Moyie.  JUST ARRIVED  A new line of jewelry in the most  up to date designs. When in  Cranbrook call in and see for  yourself. We'll be, gl*d to give  you our prices whether you buy  or not.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B, C  O'Rourke Found Guilty.  The case ot Wm. O'Rourke, charged  with pointing a revolver at Peter Ver-  deil on May 8th, was tried before  Justices of the Peace Farrell, Hill and  Trevor Wednesday afternoon. J. A.  Harvey of Cranbrook represented tbe  defendant, and L P. Eckstein of Fernie-, tho complainant. Considerable  interest was taken in the trial. Ver-  deil was working for O'Rourke at the  St, Eugene boarding bouse and quit  and- demanded his money. .Some  words ensued, and... O'Rourke flourished a gun, which, as he snid him  'self,'had a "shooting pfleet" on the  Obstreperous Frenchman. He was  fined $ 0 and costs, annunting to $26  in *��11,  Six Farmers.  A. bunch of six left Moyie last Monday for Edmonton to take up land and  become farmers. They were: Andy  Johnston, F, E.Ransome, Wm. Smith,  Al Richardson, Ed Chesnutt and  Chas. Armstrong.  Red Wheat Whiskey. Something  now. Sold by A. C, Bowness. wholesale liquor dealer, Cranbrook,  Is Your Watch.  Going* Satisfactory?  Many   watches   do  they.are allowjd   to  nn  without cleaniuyr.  not      hp.*;...**.  VOU   LONG  Tnko your  clyanini;,  to C, a. .'.���.'���������...  *���' -7-Z-  and   repairing  > Save Your Watch and nor.ey,  by sending it to us, where it will rt-j  ceive proper treatment.  Mr. ��. A. Hill   of   Moyie   is  our'  agent.-..'.. ,  .   /.���  W. "F. TATE & SON.  Jewelers and .Graduate OpHr.ian.*-.  cranbrook:, B. c.   ;.������������  Official-Watoh Iusufctor for p.   P    1  "���'���-���:��������� :- Z   7.     ���  *?:   .:������������������:   ���:���'..   '        '  7   Fresh eggs for sale at H, Cameron's.  t'W. H. Baldwin .w.ts up   from   Ryan  this week. '    *J   '    ,  '   W. D. Liing. the birber, ha3" moved  to'Cranbrook.     ���,    ,'  '    C.'A. Foote  is  no<v  agent  for   the  Semi-Ready, clo'thiug,.        < ,  ' Ed Desaulnier is planting his spring  crop,(in'his ranch'north of town. <-i    ,  Miss Maggie O'Rourke is in Nelson  vieiliug with her sister.  "  . Chas    Drnmond,"   Movie's,   pioneer  prospector, is again with us.'        , ' ,  J. E. Dickson, district   manage^ for  P. Burns & Co., wus in town   Tuesday.  Sam'Spears/a   retired ' merchant  of  Kingsgate' spentSunday in Moyie.-  .   Frank Nelson* is cle-iring >. the -base-  b��n grounds in the north entl'of town,  ^   .���c.-i! ,_-v_"v*_��..*vln .ar rrji i,\ OranH rnnlr *ri n  ���the hospital with an ,'attuck *of rheu-  ma'tism.   " \ '���'    '���     _'"',,-  1 -, Father Choi'nel of Cranbrook held  serviced in",the Catholic"church ,Ust  Sunday.  .Albert Lund will soon be ablei-to  leave the hospital at Cranbrook aud return to Moyie. " '^ '  Alox Chisholm is at the Bkirmore  hotsprings taking treatment for rheumatism. ,                              '  Mrs.   Hill, who  was  visiting   with,  relatives in Cranbrook, returned home  Tuesday. .        .  C. Ross Tate, Cranbrook's prominent, jeweler, was in town for a few  hours Monday.  ' Mrs. Sam Wormington has returned  from Walla ,. Walla, where she was  visiting with relatives.  E. A. Hill, V. Desaulnier and J. P.  Farrell were Cranbrook visitors the  first of the week.  The Mackenzie-Glover Co., failed to  put in an appearance last Saturday  and there was  no show.  Jack McTayish and "Sanely" Cameron toak over the Cosmopoliton hotel  yesterday morning,  Rev.D, M. Perley will preach his  farewell sermon in Moyie at the Methodist church tomorrow evening.  H. T. Rainbow is in town from  Marysvillo. Mr, Rainbow will represent the Kimberley Minero' Union at  Denver ou the 28th. i *"    *  Mrs. G. A. King left Thursday for  Spokane. She will return in about  two weeks witn her daughter Nettie,  who is' attending school.  \V. J. Feltam will leave next Monday for Denver, Colorado, to atieii.1  ihe annual meetiug of tin* Western  Fedtration of Miui*r_. ;  TIih Lidi-s Aid uf   'lie   Pie-.i    ���"���  Hill'.',    v*.   r-'��    ii��    I    mil.    li *    "  J;   ..'v   _ii..  iiiiu'-ii     . v.,.1*. -v)   i '    ���  ..I .hi*-:,- 1.. l *..r .wii  _r-_; cf Alf.y lllli.  '    c  ,.-s"'   METAL   MARKET.     ,    ' ,  New   York���Bar, silver,     67 cents  Lead, .".Cli..,. Zino (spelter) ?5.90.     <������  London���Lend, ��17 3s." 9d,  ^ K. of F.'^rand Lodged''; '  Hugh Cameron, returned Monday <���  from.Nanaimo, where he .-went to attend the'grand lodge of the Knights of  Pythias: Mr. Cameron had a good,  trip, and the.session was a most.profi- *  table one for tlie order.'V* William*'  Irvine,.of Nelson, was elected Grand,  Commander.' The Grand Lod^e will,  meet next year'at Nelson, May'x3, "  ' Hurt at'Evam ���   ,' ���'  1   . .        0* ���  * '    *��� * t  rHarry Shelitoo wis quite'seriously  injured while working in' the' Eaot  Kootenay Lumber *Co,'s tawmill at  R5an. ' While looking .itter the  trim���*  and received a severe-^iujiiry., on   the  tnee ' He(is in the hospital at  Cran-.'r  ,brook.        *   " '    v     * '   w  i ... .   a  Farewell  Social.,.  The Ladies, Aid of the Methodist  church will give a farewell social for  Mr, Prrloy on Thursday, May. aith, in  the church.  They extend a hearty welcome to  all.    A Big Reservoir,  ������ i  A reservoir with a capacity of 50,-  000 gallons is bein_ built on the side-  hill above the Lake Shore workings of  the St. Eui-ena. The water will be  used for fircTtigbting and other purposes.   arub Strike is Off.  '. * J. $,!  ,.' w|  . *      '  -M_.rv |  ',   '��    -'?-f  ���   .Ml  ���A  ! l-t        I       (    *  1   ���- Z\  l.i .   I' .   _, ^J]  '  .' .    ''  l.'lll  *i''4i��;'__  ,       J      V      '^Vl  _C.fi  * /j    '   I  1 .        ^_,l,   -    ����� -**   ,  "     A    ����    ff _l-   '  - ��� .s-v.v;  _f ���  *H   -**���  ''^l  Mrc. Whitehead look over the St.  Eugene boarding house on tho,15th of  the mouth, and the grub strike is at  a"n end, About half the crew have already returned to .work.  .Gasoline Launches. ,  Wm. Lucas has received his new  gnsoline launch and is putting it together. John K*iy has also ordered  one. They ,are each about 18 fiet in  length.  oWl    \ OH   lliei  ( Vt'.i- ,  Dr. Hi^^in.**, Ci)H��. Fai'.Mi nnd A.  D, Drutiunuiid pa-red ttiruugti Movie  Tnius-ilsty on ihcir way to Nelson,  wherv! they, go as. Witnesses on'a nuir-  rier trial.  Harry.Thompson and family left  'for Spokane .Tliur_.il.-iy. .Ur. 'i'lioiup-  ��<>q has bid on the coutr.f.'it-or t-ulargt--;  ing tbe '.Movie railway tm.-Aei,   and   ���'���  Improves the ��lavqq  idds to the health)*  ���:V of the fbody^ THE LEADER, MOYIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA^   <?-.  1 -       i'l  ,f  f|  J r,  4 *4*r  ri.  '*  'ft  ���J  ,  �� %���'! -  ���J     (V  ,  ii/,,  lt'h3,!i.'-"  1  -������*iU  ^  I Linked by Fate |  BY CHARLES GARVICE  Author of "The Verdict of the Heart," A Heritage  ,     cf Hate," "Nell of Shorn'e Mills,'' "Paid  For/' " A Modern Juikt," Etc $  ?u��� h~�� irn .. f���... . .. < itf.Mfinn*tc htitm *'  (Continued ,frora last week:)  ��� '*$$/& ���-������   ���  , -{il tfrw        & i  (r 'stf'        ,.    ',  ' i�� ...   r, .     ,'  _.-   ... *  I  II    i* V . 7 r  ,     .      - -V    ',. > i ���  '  V_.fit. i*'' ���* v  *���"  -!#*$�� f^   *  7 ,     .77 _?M-V      J    -. ,  'fe.rii* -;���--.  .i.   '?-���,'  unssi-j^etiisc  Xi-ia.   pave  ait_r^tv,-i'u] look irorn ht.-r  loveiv  M:|'tf��;!  <if:KB*lS'>[i I    i  .",-;.;-_ife.JL''.?   *  j.',^,".l-,f,'   ���  ***_.���* sv,  >     .v  r.vifi  ' eyt-_s  l-Oh, will you?" she- .said. "How  good,you ar>> to me.' Il is just what  1' '.Tar.;;   __i_;-trs   trouble:"  '"Oh. don't r.ifr.d that!'" said thftnn-  s?I'__s3i Saitoiabe. -"I've always eoz  thjj--- tp spar<*. How wotllj it be~ 'if  you  carr.i?  to-morrow?"  ''"Ws. yt-s;-t  Yivi.-nno ,cut in again.  "And   I'll' calf   for Miss    Wood     and  drive, her   heiv.   She   "ji (...   with , that  rirfgiu ,   girl���, _.o-_i- reinvtBher how &he  made    its,:-      laugh,    Sutcomb'*-?���Miss '  cIiain:-or_."  ,   >v..tcouilH  dt-nr.jr Low  tr-slion;  srlanced    at? Xlna.  woii-  shi  i_ua.I_r.evl succ-ss the s_:nd or success  aoout which there can be' K'o possibly of doubt.. The house was  charged _r._h wuhusiasm, and it. was'  ior/suiae time m vain that Mr. Har-  court, coming forward, ' with his  ><and upon hia heart, and a' siiiile  irom ear to ear. t _ inform, tbe house  'tr.at Her_ers. ".\oovi was not pr.-st-Qt,  couid mal__ h_nist-lf hfard. Xhe house  sv-enivd -%-ery disappointed, but it ��as  the* only disappointment of the evening. It is nicu to be a?>2e to record  the fact that "the promising-' voiin^  actress." Ui_s PpJiy Bainiord,'Scored  vei-y heavily in a part' oecuiiariv well'  suited to her by no means limited  Sutconsbe.  Z j nine;. ��;o_t_.- tun,'s itr'h a g!o-.v ' of  hope, hu* ii'.ci.i -*>th a dull d_-  spair. ,  At a i:tt_e d:stanc& Sutcombe stood  beside Vivicni;'.-, je:;:Dir._: at f-jli  lec_th and covered --.th {_<���>.- shawis,  and both of thc-'n nere silently re^,  S-arair.g -.he slim, g.riisn figure bent'  over the chart -Si_ .-combe broke the  eiJence  at   last.  "If  on.   could   c��nl>   do  something.  EviR-ethmi to hc5p her��"  "'Or  persuade    her  in  give  it   u'pf"  put  in V.vienne  wistful!>. '  Ht_ shoo-: his head        " '   ,  _ "She would give it up if we insisted." ,he fea;d in a low voice, '"but  we- shall not do that. V_v��"    '   '  A s\ .enfte tig-hed.' "How pale ^and  worn she looks, tthtie I havC^cn  jrainiis- health Stnd ssre.'fc:ih, she hi__s  l*en losing them. Sv-e how thin sht.  is! ,Son)etsr-4-s*'���hc-r voice grew almost inaudible���"I am half tomptv-d  to belie, e that���that���she is imstak-  en. that sht? is the victim of, ijv-lu'.ion.  Jlave there cot been' such,ca_.:-s, Sut-  combe?'" ' '        ���  He  smiled    grimly and   shook  head.  (To be Continued.')  WOMEN WHO SUFFER  SHOULD READ THISi.  -.   2LC :  ;e:-=3  ATencsn Hc--r.es of Foreigners.  ���    *   -.-_r  ���..���__��i���������-5   accessions  to  V- o: ���:--.-���: i  loreigners  who  ;"-c-r r.oir.e5 :a tnis country.  ���Z...-L.    r.on-r    of   tr.- Earl cf  -5  Be.-:.-. aal*? Farra, Xor.h    i _.___.___���,���   :_.'-_:  o:  S:r George  Compton  SHE    VVAS    CURED    OF    FEMALE' Reaae. air.-_i caropet oi h:s line  Is at  TROUBLES   3Y    DODD-S {Howe.!.     Livu^'.ou   J^ou,m5>.. r1���-1  ^n-*-  recr-wv 3-'-' FreddiiCK  RoDinson,  of VeWi"y I Ho__-?.  Toronto._ Canada,  They Made a New Woman of Her and leas   trar.s.Vrrec   h\f   abode   irom  She Blesses the Day She First Heard! Province    of    Ontario  of Them. 5 Eiahtiexii  Strrv-:  3Y  KIDNEY   PILLS.  the  to  ^u4   West  Xvw   Vork.      He 1.1  hisJ :me.      The  XewmarKet, OnL. Mav 7��� (Specialt''^ Ili;rJ  *>v<m*i <>t hto  .me       in.  -The case repoited below Is another **-��'-> ���� ioaM bj Joi.p Rob.a��oij  jof   ihe    many thousands of instates[�� ��� w�� ! r.j*i'!ec; oi  tne ^��^.\Z��Z  of Xiodd's Kidnpv Pin. .mmin. rr, -h^  \'*rdni,n in tb.-.* r.*tc:i of K'ng ^illiani  ,his  _ capacity.      ^utconsbe,     flushed   with  o woata ttii.e tins si:g- i <"*-cit*-:i;eiit_   ivent round  to the upper  hii-  .Vina",   having   ei?    ialse ! c!rc^   in      "       *  "  raTO,'4'  - fv-i>7,.;u -��� '-^    .  J r-*l(,��.--,ij^.J.,      A,  '���1��^--1.  '-  '.fc^fatiii'V.:   1     v  .   fa   *.t7Si-.Jt"iiA*    I   i  ?t*f.;'f';;"  MW-"^-' ?--  ���'���Jli^l'fi" -r ��� '"r  -i^iy&fei''. - i  v    '-.Ptl*;.��i(��1:.F~ "  . ..'7M7i|Vji>S_i1. .. ,       ' *  I W^fofe i'i     '  v ' 'f^^tafJ1 "V _.-'v'  '  1    - ^"i-^iil-r't-*. . 7   *        .  ,       .v..!_5..*,__. 7_ '.     ,  It- ���       M,ViA-*_lTiv''' * '����� -���i   i - 'mmn: *, ���    ',  ft. '**,'_! f,  1,.. ',*-.( Pi.-  prfc_^. and. cnr.sv'oueutly. not ' iK-ini*;  ashoincii of h*'r and Polly's'humljl��_!  u5r_*_r_r_'__s,  ac��-pu��d  ii,-  once. ,  -That's  all right,"  said  Sur._oi_.be_  the phrast���it  -was   \'asK ilarir.t: in_r s  -   -fn'ade X:na's hearc leap.-  "Tlva I'l!  K* o_T     I've to be at the  thva^i*; on  1    .rti^-nPss'.'* *   '  t   '.With Joie's c _nr.MJ_,. he leit-the two  gir^s. togetteiiT and vrent out  >Ato. the  i. streets    to    OF*��  njimsel*.   v.hether 'he  was a^aV'*' or dreaming.  ' When h*? returned  Viviennc received  hijn almost shamefacedly.       i    ,'  * ''Oh. Su'tcoiub'.'i'   An'd I meant'    to  help yo'.i, "to help you ��� to fursjet h-T.'  But  I Know  nav that it  would have  '  bWn ,irapo^sit>Se:    I  don't   wonder  at  , yon-���" i'7        ',        * '  ''-Infatuation.^ , he   said,J - quic-lH ;  don't  hesitate." <     , ,'  "Shfi';  to^'beatitrfal   andr lov&ljle  ,,,for -srerds,"vshe said     ';If 'i  were , a  man. I could not.heIp falling- in loie  xvith her.    But���"  "But me na buts."  "But there is .something about her.  There is���an 'aloofness; T don't indW  how to  describe  it.    Sutcombe.   that,  '-ijirl   has'ta  history-'' _,- ' *  ���>    "itost oi us have," he said with a,  smile.' , '  ;'L  know,  mon or  throsish 'iuira qreat troubie. I'm  &uiv of it. We worne:;''are quick, at  reavJinsr other wouien���"      i  , *.    *'  "Too quick," he =>aid, half impa'.-  iemly. ."What trouble.'beyond that  which, fr.Iis to the comrapn lot, can  shfr hav.- had? She may have lost  hen father, _nothfc*r\ some Jneaf relation���" ��� ,' / " -  ''So, it is not that," s._e said,  . ihou.chtfuiJy. <> "That would 'not  cause1 tbe ,air of reserve and���"  He put the. idea from him with, the  lever's impatience "You're uaaktnff  riiour.iains of' molehills, "Viv,"* ,he  said "Vou -were .always nom&ntic. ���  "What., 'secret s__rrovc' .'should she  have?" t        ' _! .  search, of Xina, who, her  identity , Utile suspected bv- the au-  dKrnce, was leaning , Ijack' with her  nands tightly clasped in. ht.-r lap  and a look of relief and thanjismvii?.'  ��on her rather pale face. Yj  ���'1 copirratulate^ you!" h'e- whispered. "Let me take >o.i round to.our  box.   if    you    would   help   Vivienne  ACROSTICS AND ANAGRAMS.,  Tl��*_r   Have   Been   fCnovro   Since   tii��  Days  of  the F����l____l.n_. c  We find that the acrostic Is the most  ancient fora,, of puzzling mankind.  Acrostic is Greek for a number ,of  verses the first letters of -which form  a word, ��o*_etiiEes a name and sometimes a senten&. The rinaJ letter m_v  form a word, ��� or,, as Addison tells us,  tbe letters yriil even run down the center of the verses as a seani_ The He-  down   T .niiVr, r_i*.���H *77 i^K^-"'^t^"   bre,T P*13 otlea leade *belr verses run  Simlei,   '    '  surprise.    r*-\-ivt��.IJ_e   admire.     Miss  Baiword  v.2ry much,   aad  is .anxious  to  know her.   . It   is .quite  a  concession on her part,  isn't.it?,. But   pro-  j-udice always melts away in the sun-  'shin, of common sense.'��'  It was a vcry. delightful jlittle party  at 'the  ilat,   and  Sutcoml*' proposed  Nina's   health,    and ' iusisted ���- upon  them-filling their gla'sst-s as if theV,  vrtre at a, city public dinner, .^d,aU  ,.*?* if��,tiId ^y in responseV'was,  "Thank.voa very much!" ^BiiL her'  evet^ not undsnua&d -vvith tears', were  more eloquent.        < , .  Sutcombe  lit  his  ...   -. ___tar__et-._  of Dodd's Kidney Pilis,coming to 'he  rescue,pf weak, saSenag TiMiien. Mrs.  M. Donor, of this place, says:���  **Kor inort- than tlirtv y/^ais I suffered from weakness and fem_de  trouble brought op. i-'iou.sh mv kiiin^-.s  fajim�� to aci pr*o_*.r}y. I was ln.th-  ereH with a pain in th-? sn:il! of mv  back, headaches, dizzi spells, hv-ar";  tiiif tertn^s, depre?sioD.,, loss of sle-";>.  poor appetite and a terrible dra^iti.  sensats'on aa if a weight was fastened  round my Joins. I trie.l doctors and  took all kinds"of medinanr-s,' but noih-  in_r se-emed to do rae anv _joocl. Then  a neighbor told me 'of Vo,UVs Kidmiy  Pills and advised me io tr.v them. I  did so and after taking six boxes 1  am entirely curej,  nm in th-.* r-->-��.:; ot K'ng William  .... H. ir.a-ried Miss Katherine Bev-  ejit?v,'wh��=v-'father haJ hailf-d from  Ev,ver_py, ir. Vorks-h.-^. ami from tnat  tune for:!i li.i* iia:ne uf Bfverlv has  always Kn us-wc:..;--'/! v,-it!i tr.e family. 0::e of rs I/umbers was John  KobiDao::, IjOi,1 U.sfcop of IjDttdon in  the rei-m of Qii'-cn Anne: anolher  euninian^I-.'. ,th-_. Q'u-n'.*- Rani?i-7.s___J_i.r-  m_r Stle iViK-Titan War of ll5del-aSrl��->-  eoce. an.; it w.ii' his ton who was  crtatel �� hprita'-t for Jui S'-nici-s as  Chief Jusucfc ior, C-iiia<")- ami i(.s  ch--nc/-Itor of Trinity Collc.*..''.���M��r-  ijtiiiie tie, r'ui,i'.ni,>f 'in \V;x*3b.nE;to<i  Post.       ' , -__.  duce good flour  'cooloui;may be an������  nar-  pro-  ice  ent  pro-  .   , .     ^ght,   wholesom  ���Wongjunless the flou   ."^  use be the kind th,"      ^  such results.  ; ptnnits  Somthfemiinng;'machh  er)T alone cannot produce  Royal Household Flour  out of the wrong kind of wheat any m0re _j,_.n  can make the right'kind of bread or n^tru     7��u  the wrong kind of flou/.-      * , ��      Y '��ut ��f  cigar after' sup-1  per, and, _ on his way to the ,cisar  cabinet, took _p some lettei-s which  were lying on the table. -He opened  tneni quste mechanicallvl'and, ahs-mt-  anndedrj-; for he 'Was all aglow= with  ow^ Bur hers is'not a'com-j Jove aad admiration, for Xina. and  garden one.,   .She'has paiac-ij j_h-2   ivas  asking: tjmself ,whether1    he  dared venture to t��ll her-that she  held the. happiness of'his life in her  Hands He-had been so careful to  conceal his love, lie had set so stern  a watch on lips and eyes.^ that he  knew Xina. had no suspicion, tha, he  had -lost his heart to her. Should he  tell ^ her , to-night? He asked (h!___i��U  fhe question with' an anxious dread,  for he knew that she would not _riw'  hersPlf tp any man unless she'rvallv.  Joyed, him.'and the face that he i*__  Qf.ht_.her, rank than* herself woul'd'  not inSuence her.        .,       -*'' \  FL-'s * Eoughts were  running (in    this  and similar  directions,     w-hen  some-'   ,Tlvn*n   N"n__.   trrv . ��^_...  jy an accuupt. o:  tne  Hc^rr__a   cli^*, ct:*Vt_.   I?-*vl.  adviiiture  c. and  t the1 cpiriv-idence, and Foiiy nodded, in'  , open-eyed acqiriescencf. aud approval!  "'���Eke \tr>- thiug. dear!" sne. said.  "Lor": What luck you'have!' Lord  Sutcombe "can do what 7_e likes at  'the ifomus t.h. we're ,m l��ck! And  isn't he handsome"1" '  "Is he? 1 di,i:iri_.. notice," said  Xina. absently. She was at that  moment thi.nk_.i__ of her last ac;, and  when jour pla>wriaht is Uunkintr of  that, all the" rvht o: the world  doesn't const.  Viv.earie  c.iik-d   for'herias  arranged,   and     they   drcne     to   Eversleigh  Court.    Su:e..:r.rw* did not come m till  tiei   was   nearly     over,   and���he    had  , schooled    hmisvlf���greeted'    Xin^     in  q-iile  a   casual   na.v.   She  re��d     the  i'lay,^ as far as  it had gore;  read   :t  at     :-rs:     in  a  faHerirtg,     apologetic  ruani.tr,   bi.t.  prvpentiy,   warming    to  ^ier work an.l :\jrgt-f.ir.g h-rs-.-if."read  it   tts-.h   spirit   and  exf.rv-ssion       Sut-  coml>\   with   h:s  t-yt-s   uj>on   h--r   pro-  &h\   hs-ered  latently,   and  now    and j  " attain susgopte.!   some     alt.-ra.tion ;n  th-^   d-.-ta:lc.    Xina   li^tv-rnHi   with    the  c-ag-r    humji:-y    of    the  author,    m.d  )ottt-i  them  down  in  her  r.otv.-book  'Iter,  -Sntco-sv  disappeared   ana   ,P1.  tr.e two g-L.-.'s to  talk  ever  -_h- rre-*;-  ����-a   s-;b;occ     which   ke,��:   then.     so  luiiy emplo.i-vd     -.ha:   X'-.jia  s-viff;d.-ii to stay t-.i d-nue-.  Xu^i was cr*c- of =hos*�� worn--'  j.oss ss  ih-  ptiT..- of  :r.d..p;  ir.e::iK>rs  oi   '  in 'response to Xina'�� look oi I ps^lms ara' v,-rinea on this plac.' the  - ioOK ��J �� most notable being the One Hundred  and^lneteenth. This has rweniy-twodi-  risions, or stanias, eorresponditig'to the  rwenty-tiro letters of" the Hebrew alphabet. Each stanza Is ionged of elg-ht  couplets, and the ��rst line'of each c'onp-*  let In th* first stanza, in 'the, original  -       - Hebrew begins -with the letter aleph^  *Bf.-^iSt.e?'-J,!?onJ| theiS���concl commences with,' beth, the  th!rd-srtth glaael, aad s�� on throngii fee  alphabeL -The English divisions of, the  psalms are called after the'Hebrew letter that, began the couplets.   It was"  ateo customarj- to compbse' verses 'on  sacred subjects after the, fashion"of He-  breW' acrostics.   This was' 'done -with 'a  view'to aid memory, and such'pieces  ���were called abecedarian,isyrnnS     *     "  ,The riddle .is also-of ancient origin.  , The Proverbs ot tiie JBible, or sayings  attributed Lto Solomon, ere 'often in the  form of riddles.   ."WTas 'it not the queen  of Sheba who proposed riddles to Solo-  ���mon?   The 'Koran, the scriptural book ���  of the Mohammedans,-also contains riddles; as do soae books no-sr in exist-  -enc^, -sn-itten ia -Arabic and Persian.  The ancient .Egyptians aiso propounded riddles, and ��ne of the sexen: wise  men ��^Gre��c���� "wto liTed in the sixth  century B. O, -wss celebrated for his1  riddles la verse.     Eorner,  the  Greek  poet,( According to a starer:ent In Pln-  Tarcn, died of -vexation at,, not being  able to solve a nddle."  In the middle  ages    riddles    were    encouraged,   .for  amuiemeat on/vvints: - nights   in   the  -,baronial hall aid also in the ionaste^y.  In later days some of the raost brifiianr  vuv.ii vv,,cu��a tuuuiifuieu IO tne USt-OT  riddles.,   > i   -   '     '      '        i "  The, anagram, or, transposition of" the  letters <*ui -words or sentences, was  much in^vogue in Greece'in the oid��i  times, xhe Cabalists,' or Jewish doctors, thongiit that the'abagram si-wavs  pointed out e macs desthTy. and ir hV  ,jTo'Honsr Sherrfng.  Hamilton.���The citizens arec prppar-  ang to honor A If Snemns. The'citv  wall likely grant 51,000 zo the testimon"  lal fnnJ, which may be made to total  ?10,(KW). A deputation will wait o:'i the  urovincia) go vera rae at to'get assistance an.i a ,^ii��;gesi!on is made to s.c-1  Sht-rring a government position A  Dronz��p monument ia' Dundurn' park is  another suggestion. , ���   c  CoertTon Methods, "' '  Fernie, B, 0.���Because the citizens  oi Fernie refuse ,to givp the ��ro-*-'s  Aest Pass TUoal company a 'ten vear  franchise, the,water rates have been  raised.,' The ^excitement "is intense.  lie ordinary consumer now pavs $GQ  a year. The, .cifclzeas are' thoroughjT  roused and talk of, an indignation  meeting.   v    '" ��  Prof John St lart Bi.it-Vie. of EcIiit-  biirsil), lii-iii^ '-.nJo.'-��!}-' t'.ilit.*'! 8��iiy \v  an iiiijm.'<-;,) >it v.jipu.rm, pri,- niay. JK)**'.-  t-d this notice fin hi�� olas-room dour  tol   lii*. 'jt'i'lent^:��� s  4 "Prof., ]l!a<-U,- ftill- U- iii.aUN-0 fc  int-et'hi*, i-ia*.-*-*, io-iJiy.'- Snii.t' hij;-  fiNh '-t��^(J',ii'. f-imv ttlvii-^ s*!>'l nil>l>--(!  the "c" friitli the v.��,ni (���!.��*���.,**,.- Ihe  Professor  reaclung iiou<\t!iat  cvi'niiijr  *d��-        T hi-        -('1.1-,1'r.'.        i }.iHi.'!t*tJl        a!t��i  promptly pra-><-d tin* l-'ttcr "1 " Hi-  sitmSent, ev����r ���iftt'i-Wiiiil,'; hail.gn-at  respsret  ior their  !/-�������! i-r.  ',    . Change' in   Lumber  Rates.  SttiRani.���i^e Grpat Xorthera and  other" lines in the transcontinental  rreight bureau, 'issued a s^npiement-  troni .British Columbia e-astbotind. fix-  ary tariff on lumt-er, shingles, etc  ins a -graduated (miaiaium weight  <Jccordiifg to the cubu-al capacuv'of  che, cars.  v '    ,     * ,  One of un- Sfjte l<-^!~lato:< cnf^rt'i)  an Albany re<-tM��rant Ja.<t t-veiiiii^^iii-i  order^-d a port/(house vtt-ak. ' AV}t<nj  th��'portion atived it did rior qintcait.'  |n.'al to hirn a�� Iveiii" suihcienilv1 cupk-  ed. Ffe calic-vl rhe ^.liter,  . "^"oiii j yo'i kindly take this back to  the cook, and tell him to hroiS it a little mor^.'' ,''.,(��� i  7&ireZ', f&p\i?<$ he of the white coat  retjiu-.'-t   was  "gtl\    jbacktd  I'rong  .Ogilyie's Royal Household'Flour is nude fr���  hard spring wheat-a wheat that is rich in nucrin, ��?  that gnnds fine and white, and, produces br��d     \  pastry that are wholesomp and nourishing as'nell  light and crisp���it's a flour that begins' ttfbc uood?  the wheat fieJds, riotin die mills/ '    ������      - Jn  ' '      '  ��' ���    }rPur  gr��c^' prek-rs "t0  -sell   you   Ogilvic's���R0VAl  Household' Flour because  ���he, knows   the  y,ilue  "pleased customer.   ,  ; Ogflvfe Hoar M11U Co./Ud  ��     ',   ^"'Montreal.        '  "OgiMtt's Boole for n l\^ - ,  -tains 130 jiagw of m���Um\,^'"'  eorae merer pttblSsht^i W. ~.' <'"''  grocer can tell yotihov,- Vj^UlZit?  01 3  It  h,-^  ,.<*  This   iir   Hor    the   polit  handed to wief'eook: ���  Say,     Bili.   that ��� iat  u ,  a-a'ay from ,tlii-s piece ot hor>.<i.' lie  n-ants a little'more fire on it,'' 'or itV  all up s-jth .vou and your" little poti..  Get a raove on or \ on'i] have hini bur-  ting io here amj calling voJt'by \onr  real nani��>.  Set!I" ��� Albaiu  Jouinal  Not Amenable to.Taxation. r> '  'ibronto.���^The legislative municipal  committee has changed ihe wording  ot the assessment act making ir cl---ar  ihat the funds" of iraternai ^societies  are not amenable to taxation. It was  shown fhair the Welland judge hatL  upheld the taxation of, each o; the fraternal societies- meeting" in the same  Hall, to S50 as a business tax:  thing in" theiletter he was mechani-  ca��y. reading 'caught1 his attention!  J ha bioc<i rose to his Jace/ then left  ��~-i.u." iJ��i-c, diii^ Iltr siuuu, witS *nis-  bac<' turned to the��� others, stafin;  the letter1'as" if he ct>u:d"not *-^ra_  s*-r^. Then"��e'*iput xi m iu, pocket,  wtnt back to his place-af'the table  and tried ^o appear- as if nothing  were, the matter  But-Vivienne's eyes were twiici. to  notscn h's jifTectutionoof ��>ase and  sraioty. and' when h-e had comc'cback  froiu s,v��.�� r-!dr jj^js ho���.^ she ^-d  to r.n:  quiu ous- 1I3 :  '"^hat is it, Sutcoitib-.'"''-'  *"^e are nearly tLijn-ti." be said as  iJ'J��*tly .�� bh.* h.-r*clf h^d spoken  -Paitr ,!-<-, Uh-. tr.sue. Has brvAea  ar.n hoTt-jt:. IK- has 1: ad�� av,av with  w-rjihinj ,ir nearly e\er\ ihiKS��� \. ou  a-d I pv5-s.-ss *"  at  :p its  Toronto's tax rata.'iviil be'lSU mills-  Ja the dollar, the jowest m some"years,  * , ,      ,',.'-,,, - *  >    ,    '  '     .-Tlie  Boheralin   Bridal  Tout.  In Bohemia the bridegroom proposes  a toast to the bride's -wreath, and every  man present does ihe same to, thar'of  the 'maiden whom fee most admires.  This quaint custom is'called tiie ceremony oi "Tiledgins tbe crowns," because the favored ones trtunprflatelv'.n?-''  aguish their dnsef^, wreaths To their  admirers,,' who are" ready ' to adorn  tielr ovra caps wi'b theml  Dropsy and Heart Diseace:���^Por  ten years,I suffered greatly from HeUrt  Disease Klurterms of the I-feart and  Smoiteringr* Spells made mv lire a' torment. pr<insji=��efc��:n. Mv physician  told, me to prepare for the wo*-st. *I  tried Dr. Agcew's Cure for the'Heart-  On? dos^gaTe^e relief, one bottle  cured | me cotopI��tely."���Mrs. Jaines  Adams,   Syracuse,  S'.V.���lf/7    .  \' 'Js. l��? ^'perfectly Uie? ' asked  ^Be o? 'thf < conductor.   '  'Jt( is.   coii��i4��>red   to   be,  Wbj, .the repiv  mauam,  Practicing  for Duels,  " '  - Parisians liave',b<.W enabled by tbe  invention of a holloyv btjillei to'"train"  for duels under' the realistic condition  or, shootiijgr at, and being shot at by,  a living1 mail In&tead of .'practicing at  an luatlimate -.targfet, wirich ^.does not  lire back. 0.        .,.'.,���,  Dr. Delrlifcrs is the'l.nventol-. and he  has opened a club called, "The, Sociaie  {'Assault un Pistolet" Forty of the-  best "iihots" in Paris fired ,in p'alra-^a't  one another.one moraing'last weetetn  the J.ar'dln tie Paris, ' ',s,      '     .  .   l  Of L'72' shots fired, 20? hits -were  recorded. Commandant Ferrous and  Mf-iWinans each made full scores; and  in the final round shot each other, over  ihe heart.      While, aU'Wbrd' goggles  ,an<l   padded 'liloiises  and-gloves.   Mr.   A Sure and Certain Way t�� r���   u-  Winana ' shot In' his, bultonecl   .frockl,' : 'Tir^ble  Torture        ^  ,, ' ,    Ruskfn and H-s Moth��  ut^^HH*?!?/ E,?1Is '�� �� risk.  Hiii once,-when thf ^1^.'M  U wAs from his nioilw \ A^--  pany,,' and some rKiiur T3i^'fftia'  or, a :-��Vely4 ���&&?�����%��&  Ruskin jofn^d., "KuBifr'***���,  imtnkj'bnf *hen"*^stts:f  seemed inclined to" that "bk< *i  fearer getting the ^ 0^  meot,,Khfe 'a!wav3 clo^l .kT-^ '  John."'^-Dundee Mv*n,u��� 7*  '     ' 'CRIPPLING  SCIATICA.'" v-  isutcoial>  21. t  t,M  ���d   V11  was  j>vr.  n ��.ho  ajr  thtr  3r   own   JS.JC  as  ^\e^:  as  i'ni>->.    alieiidi     pr--<i:s-  Mctsm     to  this  u-von-  ir.r:.,encc.      In   a   wt>-��.   Lady  happy  ur.Ie-s  Nina  v>:   the* t��  nt>-  Jt      And   jf Sat-  "t  t:.v--.  all  ���.;-.�� '..-*,..   t^ I  ho iri   i-L   N"!! a's  .- *c:ei*.  ��� ^  "f  hi-= i'  --U!..;r    h:31   you      <?o.  si;e fi^sA*;-!. ^-.stor a Dausd  * <r<-<< kr.^vr-c1"- ��-- sr.id, v. ith a  note i,t d-=,-va:r in his voice: i��r faow  coiiId  h-1" now ^i--ak  to  l\-cini,T  Thi'^ sat ap for ho-ir=. hut al! thf  t,alk.r.^_i7. in- ftosld co i��d no; Is  "f7r'. Eh0 dlf>^t��,r T>-;,' had r.ot >xk-n  rich, m the pr**s-*;u aciv.r^i11on oi  thtr word, 'inn ;heir jo��?i�� ikeo.:!-.* had  siit-n   ju=t   sat-'icivnr   :or     th,-i:i;    &n<i  Brain.  Fa^r.  Brain  fag is produced b~  too close  application to .a snbject and' leads to       aeurastienia and ��� izsomnia.    lliere Is  name written backward or traaa-posed ] 02ij' OBe cV?e~rest an* change, or, if  in' set way spelled a. word with n^ai- ] ^at is unattainable, relaxation from  ing they'firmly Mi!eTed it a revpjatioa.    vroik'  ' -J'Hatt there   n*ver   teen   anv   accidents.-'  -   ".Voce to speak "of��� iua<fem���that St  v!io'*c-rjcu* ones."'  Tht; lady sighed, uneaH!v.: "I wa��  wondering.'; she 'observed? "what  woold become of tne if the ^ble  ^���}L ^ak ^a ��� were' inw reach-  -f'-Tnat wotiid depend upon  how vou  ��"r  "" life! "madam."! oui?t!v  conductor.^��� Harper's  s, buttoned .frock  coat. . Xbe tins let is harmless and can  be used' several times, but the blo^f  on the hall of ta'e thumb of one of the  contestants required ��� surgical,, treatment. -   '  The graining Is of .unique value for  a real duel/' Men -jfho never mlftsed  a "dead" target were quite disconcerted by the raisingi of thefr opponent's turn to Are,        .'    - \   ,  repiied  Weekly  the  Keep  Minard's  Liniment in the  house  will be  A  Issr  tysiilt: at  re    cannm-   factorv  ,London, Ont  ros-d.  sc:^irjs  ^"^VltrnE ���   ^ as no  spont  sum    ivr-.iO!  io^r hcvii-s  at ---*  toc-.l,.  -, uc  r.T   r, . -  ^t^--r.t ��z*^��  ri\-"_.- vr.-r,  *- ^.11,-w how 'i-'.ch  **-.i. --*,--;. ��������� 7  **     -    ....*v_,   ...i.       j,t��ie jvt^.^  _son:e o:  Vivian-  was in*.esi*j   ia   her own  na::iv-.   ^r.d nj.d thcrt..oi-e  e^.  ctjtcaes  uf  II?    rjirindge.  _ "Th, ,-e-  ;i   that     Ian  S-uzcoiul^Z    she  s^iii.  ou-    there   an.j   s.--.   if  aajlh,ng^      W,.    wert  ��h-.-T.   \tij  know. -  "Ifai  ;s not a. ba,J idea." he .-aid.  --'.  ur.y   rate  11 will  b-_- action.   Anv-  thiai:   would   ,-h.*   b-;tvr     than   sstiin"  meant,    r o'.-;iir,ateh  ce's  nione*.  ip*-J    th,  vi  in  Australia.  "Uh*. . no-   g-^,  we   could      do  gvir.g-    some-  Tfce Satrerers of Ja=es I. of England  pro-red his right, to the British monarchy as the descendant of the mvtfa-  ic-al   King   Arthtrr   fros    his   name,  Charles James Smart, which becomes  "claims Arthur's seat."  The best ana-  SX&ms   are-those  which 'havo  ia   th��  new order of jerrers some sigciicanon"  appropriate to that ;rom '-which th^y  are fotTned. trfcen Pllare ested, "Qcid  est Veritasy fyTcat is tneth;} he probably had no iCes. t'=a; his question answered itse!f; bet it did.  Th*Va^=rDo-  sltion made it, "Est vir CcJ sdastT "ills the man 'who is here?"    Anagrams  were written as early as 2.IO B. cL and  their   came   comes   'rom   ihe   r.-vl;-  words   ana   (backward)   ��5d'gni^>=a  (writing).  with open air exercise and outdoor games.     i .  The  Ci-eatioa.  'According to the computation of the  Ecssiaxi chronologists/ihe creation tool-  place B. C. 5003.  Stained   Floor*. 1  Szaiaed bon-Jers of Zodrs wiU re-  ct:ire dolag ovtti once a year if worn  places are not to become noticeable.  The stair, and rara:*b may be bought  and Epplie-j' separately or mixed together and applied at once. The latter  i= of cocrse the readiest method, but  the former is' perhaps the more lasting.  ^_ ,     The  Chaldran,.  ir* Chaldean monarchy- Is believed"  to date from 22S��3 B. C-     '  The Govercor-Generars Fobt. Guards  will go to New York for Labor Day.  A  Small   PjII,  but   Powerful.���Thev  that judge of the powers of a 'pill  tiv  .vs size     would   consider    Parmelee's  \cg��able Hills to be lacking,    ft ,7 a  little *pn-ier  among pii)s.      what it  jacKs ui su-p. it makes up in potencv  la,e remedies which it carries are pur  up m these small doses, because thev  are so powferful that only small dose*  arc required.    Trie full strength of tlie  extracts, is  secure J   in   this "form and  i-o tneir work thoroughly.  * An Unhappy'Comparison.!>,' .  ., Sir Charles Russeh - when he Was  piacucing at the bar was, a. noted  cross-examiner, and it was a sh'rewd  .witness' 'that could' cficuinvenutilm!  On one occasrion; at rioast, how-ever.  ipe. taugti was turned < on him by, an  innocanUi-*;mtended answer^ He was  cross-examining'a witness in regard  to,certain hoofprrnls'lpft bv a horfee  m sand? soil." "How ''large' were' the  prints'l", asked the Wrnei counsel.  "Were they as large as iny hand?"  holding up his hand for the witnetej to  see "0hr no," said the witness hon-  csily. -it was just an ordinary hoof  I be examination was tfniporariiy  subpendt-d till order could be secured  in  the court room.-��� Law   Xotes       '   ���  'I'bflre is "just bn^   sure   stoat,  cure0for ��,allca> rh,^^.  eo��� neuralgia, beaduhes -4^'  .drive - the, palu .from yew bi��| H I  Unlments never cure 71T �� udbM  disease. , Dr. *YHli?.ius' mm\  stnfee Straight at Hi* cans* beaK  they actually make new Woo! T1"^'  the blood thpy "conquer tie aaija  Poison, soothe the aen ea. lowea ig  muscles and ,. banish even- &> jj��  i��aIn.;iMr. Thos. J^EurlpWii^  Ont.. saya.."V\-hea I, hetran mia ft,'  WUIbunr-Pbik Pi^ls Ihad'bws'if  h^r.i n  :  -r.-ic.   i  r-- -K/..S .  -.oj:.;  rri-. .-(i  < .v  " r.,*  Mr  li  as : n.sj.-i a;, i  '*'���' ' -M.. U:d-.  T. iti c.i..t;.'   jn.J  ���r    L-l- >v,."i       ;.-_-  ���-." - '��� ir.  :i.   ..-  'i.r.o s      iJ-' -iuS  P-" ���   tr.it      Le  tr a*, t-..* i.s-Jii  -  .i.a   ha<:  promised     to  g0     round  r.v\t   a ,irmi.j-   c.;.rl   She   ?dii   tj  tr.oj^i.  L-*:r.  i,/.',i  ��jr.*\-.  icivv on it  at   oncii  matter.  ir.d .-..-;fr j.j: a  S.j *.<  ���j:.  I--.U.    \  .:   r.  v  ��� -ease.  i    <;.d  ��� * *iU 1  said  so  r.it   r..^ fi'-s  ���'I   J   "' .I'l.I.i;      ,!C   ury-  :.i   N.rid    at s. rt^-.-d  ���iirt   1. *t   wfce.  ��� -. r.z  w-auh -l!  ��:t  ?r   o:  ^n   -  :h.-  . ��� .1  ���i y.  \   -     V  ,   ^1  i O .  sa:j  cr :i ���  ��-a=:    *.t  Cr.-  ..'US tilt  ���   thir^kiiii;   c*~  v y.  \v-[*          -.-.���;.'.  <t:.G  1 -r   w. .1. m   -.��.. ^j*  i- jr-  iuC'-v- ,i          '.j,  IK.-  =.tu-..gr.t,   I,  r  ..\,.t  -u_iit: .i. t..:.,�� -  .".-r���  -.Ltv: v. :wr .1.  .-     r  ���CTTiere tie Ladr "Wm Goln)t.  An otScial of a Xew Englard road  told the following:  The ticket agents in the Boston office  of our  road  are  grtady  troubled   bv  1 patrons   who,   when   wishing  to  pur-  | chase   tickets,   lay   down  a   coin  errd  i neither tell where they ere going ncr  bow many tickets they want.  This n->  cassitates one or more qnestions on the  part of the patient egent.   One dav a  bale elderly lady epprosched the -^in-  dow of the office/pladng a large fami-  l.v  cmbrella  on   the  slab,   az:d,  after  fumbling nervously in her pocketbook.  puiled out a quarter aad laid it down  without a word to the ticket seller.  "Where are you going, madam?" esk-  *^i the Dcket agent.  '���Oh, I'm going to the doctor," wa*  the trema3ons reply.  a man  For   Ttn  ~\~<xra.bulnrT'x   SaVe.  T.ncirectly, more forcibly, sometimes  than directly,- said a senator  \ ssar he accused."  *Thcs a gooJ woman of Cincicaati  csllc-d hercojk one morning and said:  "'Mary, come and take the parrot  021 of die bPdroom at once. The master has lost his collar button.'"  The  Difference.  Mr. Wholesale ��� Want a job. eh?  What can yoc do? Applicant-Nothing Mr. Wholesale ���Say,  want a "job." vtrh.it you want is a  "position.''  joa   don't 5 tieri  Bishop Doane of Albanv. ^ho-o  work towards the abolition of the divorce evil is^o ��eil fcnonn. p.4H^-d lot  * inoraent in a!, 0nrne-t chscuswon of  divorce to narrate a pet anecdote  . "The motive of the?e people','' he  said, his eye twinUinj;. ���{, likr- the  r-10 mutiK- o.r a Scot who -��s��v ,-ollI,d  ��e��|wns one day by hj. TOI.,fortable  hearth.  ' Eh. Saunders, mon.' said a neighbor, p^.pmu 1^ at tln> open tor. attracted by the sound of woe. Mhat'v  ftiiin. vi-.- '"  ��� "i��'h-  Saumit-r  s>  dead '  _   '���'Artf-H.'   <aid   rlit-   neiirhlior  o that?   Sne'v no rel.it  ki-'ii.'  'i     r. HOW    vli,.'^    r^f>'  'I    Know    Znt.'  011.     cie.ir.  ���DouaW    Macl.iutosir  Sibhv>l  is   v. 1 fe  "Reflections of a  Bachelor.'  > -N'ext to clothes,'a woman gets th  most satisfaction out of old  love let-  Vou can never borrow any monev  rrpm a man  you have tried to arjoie  W lift. ,  Tnere.is hardly anything as; hard  as being: as nice lo your wife's relatives as yon expect them'to be to you  if a policeman was stationed at a  rnans door lo try to keep him out.  ���!���';1.     dy,nff t0 set hwni* earl-v everv  TTlJ-. ,P ,b.IS5e.r hf'r ^"5ff of becoming an old mam While she is trjing to  aiiikf* her choico.���X.Y. Press.  Tarker'H  r'rodacta.  Turkey's   priiuipat  plroJact's-nre to  bacco. cereals of a�� tind<. cotton> fl  nuts, olmonds., gmp��.  olives  and  varieties   of   fruits.  wOrfc,- for 1 three months Tfe mi  of- my right:Ieg were ail drawn npiii  l could. onJy limp- aloes with tie tii  of a stick*. J, The pala i sifferal ����  terrible,*'Only those ��ho.ha��eSa  afflicted jvlth. sciatica, cm uadoaai'  the ! misery ' i *, was ir.' both dar ai^  nighL-r took six boxts of Dr. Wililaf  PJiik Pills before' thej hflpv-d an,ta:  aft��fr thatvevery dav saw aa iBjrorc  ment,' arid by the Hire 1 had r.xi S-  teen boxes, 'everj1 vostig-> of the pais;  had dlsappeareil. I ha\���� no krttodw  ir. pronouncing Dr, Williams' Pat  Pilta the liest medicine in int.- ioriJ  for sciatica."  ��very dose of Dr 'WilliamV Pisi  >*ius makes rich, (iurf% hialthsra;  blood. That is wh> th.>} curv heii  aches ant$' backaches, iirdigt-^'ioa, bd-  ney and liver troubl.-^, .ir.a. mis. heir.  palpitation, -and tbe ill* that siSict  women only. Hut Ik- sure juo'g-iihe  genuine pills with th- full n.ino, "Dr.  \vuihuns' Pink Pills ftr Pale I'toplt,"  on tlie wrapper arouno i-ai'h bot. ,1m-  nations are wor'fhk^-*���ofti-a danger  fits." All medicine >di-.'icr.s if!! 'J-<*  pills or you can get ilu'in In mail s. piiji  50 cents a l>ox or h!v b.i\i>�� tor JJ.M "*"  by 1-writing The Dr. Williams' .\N1c1M  Co., Brockviile, Unt.  m  tion o  ���what  your. *,f  a at  ���*!!(��� - not.  yi-z -tvn;- a, n (--.-rv},o.;\ \  c.'i^nge bm ulL..-  '_\f.B  \  1   Saun-  H'tt    it  *���  Kittiu" .,  ork Tribune  all  ���������������       , Cq.fee.   madder,  ^,3���' V       e!l-^s of opium, or 10-3.-  SW pounds, wen.* sent from that coun-  ^Kle of export and are made oa hand  S rauge  owl   warmer*  are   used   hv  P-icing them ou a do-.  Despotism of Jewels.  Coquetry and the f.isl-ion of MStafe  forms cannot explain the despotic��-.  traction that precious it-ucs eiotcw  over  our  senses.      Thcr fasoiMii��  power has never ceabv'il      Thej sali-  jugate and enslave   ^en   the  lust  austere, and man esti ems- a, pnceles"  the charm of their yolu*.   An stmes  to    discover,   original    iviluctioni��  create  virgin  eiHhuM.i*m.s. to onria  with new tremors the s'lhjli* S;lfflUt ?���  our sensations, but wulimit bvini; a'1*  to    detach    us  rrom 'it^*-' necklaces,  bracelets and jewels- ���Paris Kci.ur  Aa   Apt   PapU.  _ A professor who, when asked a question, was ia the habit of s��vLcg: '-That  is a very good point indeed." Lo->k f- cp  for yourself," was once much disgust- I  -   \  PURITY  OF"  THE    E  The     Best     Protection     Against  Obtained by Using  CHASE'S KiDNEY-UVER PILLS.  Disease--  v>,  o:  was.  H.n?::..>-j.s.   pro!-:  than   Nina      h-J; rs._-1 ��  ���Vi-i-iejiae thst tr-v  abroad, she at  occ-  1' ���   " "-Let  us . jy_-,rs Za ,;��� ^  with  us."  Nina  receivec"  ' it  wc-re a   --r-st  .    '���'P.i-rh  blv, rnor^  ar;.\],---5  ' ".V'"h.ec  he '   Zj'id  ^'cu'id.'have r.r. p���  ��� s.2ia:'   ...  Miss.Wood   toco  --���  s-jgjrv'=-;io3   as  s:  Ni.-..  estr;e^.-.'  en ,  (1. ���  <ic-.-   iv  ior  l.i-   i  11.5S:  Otii-.-r  Eh-.'   s.  -. o  1   ::.-���  ���������    Wii! ,V",'-��  -n- 3. ioWvoicV.-.  t���  a   r.-iinvits;.  raw varn-  :."! you tne  M.e   r^i-.v/'-  If  s.c--;  ::r. \  :roui  1  enq ::re  of  I ed with a studezt who had failed to  I answer a very simple qceatioa. -Mr.  j Jones,"   said  he,   "I'm   sarpns��i   that  vou.  who are going to  teach,  caziuot  &hswer such aa elementary que-ti-ia.  , Wnv. what would ;ou do if one of vour  I pupils wrre to ask itV "Wei! pru'^��-  j or." replied the oiler, "if such a tLi��g |:a,c  c-an  ! bJtff:^^roTe x ^s --"e ^ l=-,s aM 00-^ a  1 a^ru!d I wou:c: have, said piainiv that I I '  didn't know,  but now I .���think IM do     ���������l-hls ^as the tratq arrived ai by Dr.  just'as you do, and,say; 'Look it up,    Chase when'   he    began   'experiments  { bt boy; ioofc.it np:.....    -��� , ���    ;        |wjj;ch   '.le3    to f" the   discovery  "Chas.es'Kidney-Ijver Pills..'.   .  .3'o   the   cau^e  ta>r:as. ;.o-i -b  ..-u.ui] Oi *.. r-5,;  of the  h.tr,   1  '"'1 :-ou are pro  fevers  aud  con-  lii.-tase.v.  Dr.  she  -    IPoo  failure."  she- s*.i'  ���  to  Wor  ;'..way.'   Oh,  it  is' fi-j;te';:V  ... Rie to. go!'.' ��� .     '  The   ever.tft.';. r.ixrr.'    ,;:  ,   Nina,  iri hiT'c-'..: "[,_:,.., ',;  of the', upper  cir.c',-.   *.-.,.-m  usual agoay;  but th, .--��� .--  ���yvipp-Zl'l- ^irpiVifr-ii^Zlti.  of tiie1 .first  act ���ca'-.t^ht   'Z  ���and  they, were tight ly h.-k  , rx*uia.indt?r of the l>ia.y.    It  play   trill  and -I  shall  CHAPTER XIX:'.-  j Xo   ProcnutlaaUon.���',  j.   "Ethel," _ he   'whispered,,   "will  ) marry tnet-"' ���'  roa 1  i he liver and  kidi  hav.*  Ar;-:  r   uhu.j   ^aiis '';.  :>ri-atl.  had  out  bri  over   an  llfd   *��-:ih  ���:s:::g ar.d  "r.-1 ;'o.irn  .- ��at in h-.-r  !-vays j-laced  >iithor would  .!".-.' uhart  so many  r-ir  ��ses,  i  eys are intiniate-  j...   .~.~:-.-j.  ^.^ u.i.v.s of the blood, an<i  ���T'doa't know, Charles," she,. repL'edj^e ,r&su3arity of'the bowels., depends  {1/ related  as filters  ii".- blood j-? <-n=ureil  -tfttu acaip.s; cr>M-.  t*'_-.o'js an.! inf.-ctious  _ As a faraiiy medicine to pron.ptlv  i.u- nio.-: common ill* 0' 1 f,".  1- no Preparation-that" can be  ^uh Dr. Chases KiiJv.  m even- neighborhood  e^ are people who have tiroC?he  reat medicine.      _.\s  Lion   or   B,bjlon,  t'lS Vos-t,'t',OW<"la,,d at thegame  ��ork v-^V. , n'S,'U,f WrS 0f "ictorl����  a-ninm    11]���'01^ 1^,-rved frotn  slS. ��� -SraieIUl WUS the workman-  eS ��,?:? a,tf-r ^ lapse of sev-  InTJ tlC^: ^frs not ���* "ie out-  Tbe a uL ��    C0,0,'>   's   v,-'r>"   dI^iaet  ditram USM Vcrr K*��e���lly for  ^���orathe p���n,0Stfs  ia  &hCl        ^  -h-re  compared  i-:ver  Pills.  ,. Childhood.  ^'-oS:r;ff,,nrti't,rao�����"t��  il��wlr m llaItf����. ��>U<1   It CO.  .." ���   ,0.an>  l'��" t��r of self  ^^V?Vhe 'a,������� ot life  anies so  protection  men  them  . Mr. -We.  wrir.es:-������'-<  of    this  Cook.  Joe Mnjniate-Do-!  j '-Well, .when you find out." he said,  ! rising, "send me word, will vou? 1  : shall, be .at ���."Mabel Hicks' until 10  : o'clock.' .If I don't hear from you bv  j 10, I'm going to ask her."���London Ti:-  i Bits. .      ..:���-.... , .  I  I Oar PlrHt  R*lltrlbn��  Jonra��.I.  ! The first religious jounial is jh's  .country was the Recorder at ChiUJ-  oothe. O, In isii  . Moosomin. ��� Sa��k  .-I,-,-..,   .... have   ..fceen    takin  pL_.V\hi>e done me a lor of W'  n^bZy ZZTr H ^eat Sufferer >"ni  ���vitnV"-", l l can sa-v l0 ��H who -r  abic-.e.l with this disease ;W V^  (Jt-'= KHicey-Liver ���'Piif, ^ , D,r'  them   good.    1  cannot   ��?v    M*r    d��  d.S'.ir-^^r?.^i:vtih-i^"w,rErla!rv  eases  as  biliousness,  liver complajnr \     7Z ���  ^-Inis P*^,cih,."  I  ion   the  healthful   action' of. the  ii  I    'Kence it bap-pens tha-. when'the  er and Sidneys are made healthy  ; vigorous   by    th-e    inSueace    of  j Chase's 'Kidney-Liver ' Pills   such  ann  I)r.  'caught cold  onjhe c.p.r  A. E Mumford tells how Psychine  cured him after the Doctors  gave him up  " It is twelve vcars since Psi chine (V  roe of c-allop'intr cun<^'i��P'l<jn- . ,  speaker wa�� Mr. A. E. MumforJ, ^�� '"  tall, and looking-just ��hat ho " �� "'  tic-althy farmer. He worlvs hn o*�� ltrK  near Mag-nctawan, Ont.  " 1 caught my cold work'njr as ��  loo  the   C.P.R."   he contuiut'd.  night sweats, chilis and fc\ or and frequ<��  Iv couched 11,1 piece', ol rnv It-"KS-..  . rt  ���finking  fait   and   the   dot ior*. ��'d "'  was no hope fcr me.    T��f�� rronin* 1  ment of I'sychine pu( me nj.-ht on mj       .  and I have had no return of lunf "ovu  since;"  ���'���.."!���'��� .    .,1,5  If Mr.   Mumford   had   -��t��He<i  to*  Psvchihe  when  he   first   caught coiu  would have saved himself a lot of ��n�� '  and   suffering.1    Psvchine ' cures an- ^  troubles by killing the cerais-:he roo  the disease.  firem����  bad  tf-'M  V  Ave.  ' t?cttt  '.���Ctltd  7^  1  8  1 ^  "r  ^1  i'.rie..    usseas--:1.   muigestioa   and   <  ::?af.on s.->un en'tireiy rlis-apfsenr.'  j   .With ''the    liver    and   .kidnei-s  ; healthful .working order, the purit?  t*r.  C.1as*>  KMuey-.i.ivi.'..  '���    dose.    2S    C(,  |To-  I Ur.  Pills  or   K'inuitiS'Mi.   Uar.-.s  I'airr .cannot   V\i^  ^���'s   Backachu   pi-,  i.isht  ono  at an  *t   Co..  whore  is   a 1..  .Clinutlc.  <3*i��>rl,t(.:VOforaI^,'t':Uly ,0 for��lve Tour  rin   Zu  '^; 'j- k'-lly.   The poor  bavl  ^"���doxlca!.  5 nr��iy J.'1'!- !;lowu ����.s steep hill  \i,  3  ?  (ProoouuceJ Sili��">)  50c. Per Bottle  r^sulai  ��{ihn  ' v����rJt.  -11 droffjl*'*  viwysr ������]<*���   si  una ��*--��" .  fl^  T.  A. SLOCUM. LimJtetl Tortnw.  tjni-Xer alx**   81  nnd S2-  W    N    U    No.    5S4  ni��%&>:.. Overflow of Trade.
idverUser's   magazine   tells  :
ting story'of tbe experience of
firman  who  didn't   believe  in
'midst of a dull season he was
to    experiment    with    small
er "ads."    Business began  to
He Increased his space, ad-
inore regularly, and presently
his    plant running to its  full
In a month or two more he
■d to decline (be work of new
because    lie     lacked, the
M handle it. ,
uise lie had to cut off lusad-
ir io stop the overliow; but he
converted. His laundry is
ig enlarged, and when lie Is
to accommodate a larger
e lie proposes to turn on the
ber power again.
nly limit to intelligent news-
vertising is th'e,llmit of capac-
lansact tlie resultitant bus-
lilladelplila Record.
Revelation   in   Tea.'''
U trade ofi-tlie wdrld has un-
•'•l 'remarkable change'in  the
v' ve.irs.   Twenty'years  'ago,
'nil of the tea of the world
jipllcd    by  China and Japan.
ill time there appeared an in-
Ceylon   which attacked the
[vc'iiiKl'In a very short tirnp
jro 'coffee plantations  was de-
ontorprisiiig   Scotch  planters
[col   tlio   planting .of tea  and
shipment  made to'th9 ,Lon-
•k'ct  brought tlio  most extra-
prices,    Ihey    developing a
tin- c(ip far superior to any-
r known   in  tea , previously.
Won teas rapidly JtiaUe a foot
'ingland, (until  today .the, cx-
tliut country, amount to one
and    twenty  ■ five  million
initially. *,.,  ,     ' '  '
A LA DA" Tea Go. commenced
eduction in Canada and the
<-s packing their'ten. In air-
jd lead packets,' and "'both
2k and Green Tea's have mode
1 progiess; 'American Tea
finding 'this tea-^superlor-to
they ever tasted "in,,, eithei
or'gnJon teai^ o£ China and
he utter absence of coloring
their gretiii teas„;says much
healthfiilness and«-th<M/ de-
|avor speaks for-iitself.'  ''u,,-,
Free Gifts of Toilet Soaps
The Coppons are the sime as cash because they can be exchanged for Toilet Soaps
.   for which you have to pay out money every week.,   " ' '       ,'. r ,.
for nothing. , ,    , ' (.
■ —   , ' ' i
Read circular in every package, or write us for Premium List.
A gift is of little value if it consists of something you' have no use for.    '
v In   exchange for Sunlight Soap Coupons you can get something you ne&i and use
-    every day. >
,     pin  i_ ' ' ' |
X»«v«r Brothers Llmltad, 'Toronto, Canada.'
„elty Green  lends money  to
of New, York when' the Wall
ks demand high rates'!
. An Oration for the Future., '
"."Gentlemen,;; said1" the bi'illlant
young statesman as he arose to 'address, the senate, "a solemn duty confronts'us. Thirty years ago our'fath-
uis were hauling to save Kiagaia. We
all know how futile their effoits were.
Some of us can even remember when
the last low drops 'of water trickled
over that mighty precipice. I,do not
piopoSe, 'however, to tire you with
ancient history. The mill .will never
grind witlf water lhat is pa&t,' and
there are no heels on last year's shoes.
'What I desire (;o ask you, gentlemen,
.Is^thls: Shall we permit, a private
'corporation 'to';blast awaycand ii.se, for
building purposed" the * rock which
marks the slto'of what was once thc
world's -most awful  catar.aet!?      Shall
we "   ,', ,     '
But' .noticing that 'Several of the
statesmen bo'fore him had fallen'
asleep,", vj'hile others 'were,' beginning
to be busty with,their manicuring;sets,
he "carefully pulled apart the11 tails of
bis neatly lltting-froclc, coat, and sat
down.y-Cliicago Record-Herald; t -
fads, centering in Chicago, are
ng plans for a union terminal
transfer 'of all through' freight.
i of gross ^extravagance-T?ave
6de in connection withH the af-
"the Chicago sanitary district.
fstrathcona has given, $5500 to-
Se Bell memorial fund to'erect
Srial at Crantfdrd.    '
A Ghoulish , Hope. „ '".•"•.
blic school magazine' contains
Ibrtcous announcement:—"The
fill' be. very pleased to1 hear of
[ths of any of thQi old' hoys."
bt the old boys will obligeMhe
roin.tini'e lo-tlme.  -'■* * <■
Seir Complete Home Cure.1   ,    t
Fee to  Readers of  TJiis^Paper
tor Limited Period Only. [\"   'f
Sndsomo"   Illustrated , treatise,
nil description of-Rheumatism
[ilysis, with instructions Jor a
home   cure,' describing  the
fuccessful    treatment   In1   the
recommended by the  Ministry
. Dised by medical,men.    This
Instructive book was written by
/eno,   a   gentleman    who has
special study of these'dlseases
iface is by' a graduate of the
lv of Wurtzburg.   Send postal
id you  will receive the book
return.—Address,   The  Veno
Dinpany, 24 King'Street West,
t ,Ecze,ma Relieved 'In'a Day.—Dr. As\
new's Ouitment will* cure this disgusting skin disease without fail. It will-
also,-Cure-Barber's itch,-Tetter, Salt
UlieunV and , all, skin eruptions. In
lrorti three-to ^ix nights' it will "cure
'Blind, Bleeding, and Itching Piles*
One,application brings comfort to the
most irritating  cases.   35  cents.-—11,1'
%        ,   <. , ■    <• i»
° "Do'you know your orddis. sentry"
a   not   over-bright ' Irish     soldier   oil
guard duty was'.asked.
■■  '"Yen,, sor." was the reply."    '
''-"Know tjhe pointsrof the.'compass?"
contiiiiiecl,vtlie officer.
.-j-'-fYes,' sorl"  , r     v>       !   ',   ,   '
' ""If -yo,!^ face''the,' rifting   sun,-your
left.hnnd^yrould „be' north  of you  and
your right'hand to the south   of   you.'
What woukh.be behind,.you?"
'  "Me  knapsack1,  sor."—Tit-Bits.    '
Bl'qkle's Anti-Consumptive1 Syrup is
agreeable to"the taste, and is aJ certain'
relief for, irritation of the throat that
causes. hacking coughs. ,» If used, according,to directions iYt will break the
most persistent cold, and restore the
air -passages to^their normal healthy
cohditionr' <Ther,e is nok-need ,to re-
coriimend it to-' thosejamillar, with vit,
but to tbose"%vho seek a sure 'remedy
and are 'in ,doubt what1-'to'-f use, "the
'advice  is—tryBickle's' Syrup".
V ' i .  i i.
-   -.J-- -,    a .      ' .-    .     ,,
...! "Yes," said the returned native,
"I've become a benedict since I saw
you last. -J understand that you have
ma cried, too.'
" ','.NT°! thank heaven 1" replied Peck-
hum,  "'only one.0—Philadelphia  Press.
"v .       ^
Sunlight "Soap is better than other
soaps, but^ is best when used in the
Sunlight,way. Buy Sunlight Soap and
follow directions.
Lawyer's Bit of Strategy., ' '
Sir James Scarlett, the famous English lawyer, held that verdicts could
be won without 'eloquence and he
proved it many a time in his own
career. ,His skill in turning a failure
into a success was' wonderful. In a
breach of,promise, case the defendant,
Scarlett's client* was alleged' to have
been cajoled. Into an engagement by
'tjie plaintiffs mother. .She was a" witness on behalf of her "daughter, and
completely bullied'Scarlett, who cross-
I'xamincd her- But in his argument
He exhibited his' tact by this happy
stroke, of, advocacy:—"You saw; *gou-
tiemeri of the jury, that I, was but'a
chil;l in' her hands.' What must my
client .have been.''"      -  -   >, °-
Cities'; Are   Said  to   Be  Our  Biological
1   t Furnaces. '
,    "It  has  been 'said* that - the .modern
city  Is a biological furnace.    Men ar«
constantly   drifting', to   thl3   furnace,"
said,Dr. Geo. J. Fisher of New York, ln
beginning'his   address   to''the  Toronto
Canadian Club  recently.    He then  re-
-rferred to the fact that the census'showed   how  child   labor  In  Canadian   factories was, gradually decreasing.   From
19,000 cblldrcyi under'16 years'employed
''in   factories  ln   the  Dominion  ln   1891,
the^ number  had  fallen  at  last  census
to 12,000.   Thli was a good thing, and il
,ihe same reduction continued child labor would soon cease.      Ife regretted
that  ln  the  United States  child  labor
wa« 'yet very excessive.    Ho had been
In many countries but ,never saw men
,so robust and vlgorpus as were Canadians,  but  the danger ahead was  the
great   Increase, In   sedentary, employments.  'In these days men sat in their
offices,   used   the  telephone , and    telegraph,  and'Instead of goings out. after
the   business'men  now   did it by  the
'wires.    The result of this'was seen In
the   Increase   in., deaths   from' dla/betes
.and,diseases due to the lack of proper
exercise;,       ■ ,
1 He'desired to ask men ot thought-.to
ponder over the facts revealed' by the
census of 1901.    The Increase>of popu-
-   '     '     ~ ~, -    .   l-latlon since 1891 had-been 530,000,'but
Minard',s Liniment lumberman's friend j 0f these only 50,000 settled in-'-rural dis-
'  tricts   and ' ."iOO.OOO   In  cities.       In' tho
United States to-day 60 per cent, of the
Nothing "looks 'more ugly than to
sec a person whose .hands are covered
over, with warts. Why' nave these
disfigurements on your person when
a sure remover of all warts, corns, etc.
can be ' lound in Holloway's Corn
Cure.      ' i >■ ,   ' " .
, DilferenL—"Why-  don't   you " elope
with  her?'\    , I   '    „.   ',
'.'But,> good gracious,' man! If you
are perfectly willing.for mecto marry
your daughter, f cannot see any object
tb oe obtained by our eloping."„
- "Can't you? 'How will it be if I
otier, you half what Tsave on the wedding?"—Houston Post.    r   y   '    "
".Well,"sir," brusquely, enquired the
girl's 'father, "what can I do for you?"
"Why—er—ri''called,sir," stammered
the timid suitor, "to see ir—er—you
would assent to my marriage to-your
daughter."   .   ,     _   ' ,  ,    .
"Not a cent, sir! Not a cent! Good-
,day,"—Scissors. •   > „ •
Nature Revolts Against High Living
and it has set its seal to itiby adding
to man's ailments the scourge of diabetes: ' 'Eminent medical men until
recently proclaimed It la , "no cure"
disease, but'? South American Kidney
Cure has knocked down their„,pet"fal-
lacy and h'as' proved itself master of
kidney ^disease in all its form& .■ Re-,
lief la six hours.—110   ■ , ,. . . -
-She says she will nover mar-
her  ideal comes  to   her and
love you."
-What  Is  her  ideal?
-A   man,  of   course.—Philadel-
iblic Ledger.
's 0\Yn Tablets is the very "best
le in the world for curing the
allnioiUs ot babies and young
ii. It is thc best because it is
y harmless. It .Is the best
e it never lails to efTect a cure
- doses relieves and cures con-
li)n, indigestion, colic, diarrhoea
jinple levers.' It breaks up colds
lis preventing croup — expels
and brings toothing without
Not one particle of opiate or
pus soothing shift is in this
ae. Mrs. Hugh 11. Denton,
town, N.B.. says: "I have used
Own Tablets and have always
them a satisfactory medicine."
•■an   get    the Tablets from any
Err.'JJ'^PSSie dealer or bv mall at 2i> cents
£,»lUtajgirom The Dr. Williams Medicine
S.:!L^gg''ockville, Ont.
Lf,.,;&?SS The Secret of Life
HI ^SSlfl^y Smith said—"I am con-
*■** "5* that d'scstioii 'is the great
[ -s^^sl ol lifc aml lhat character, vlr-
""'SBjffitilonts, and qualities aro power-
allecied by beet, mutton, pie
j..,,-.-«™d   rich   soups.   I   have   often
*i ?s? x l C0l,1(1 feotl or starve men
-' tW^'rtucs or vices, and effect them
■^SWjl'oworrully with my instruments
*N<?" -Hff u,'u 'han Timotheus could do
. a5°!5]S ly wUh his lyrc-
y Hair is
'o you like it? Then why
s^ contented with it? Have
*IO,be? Oh, no! Just put on
,* jycr's Hair Vigor and have
*fe*iE, thick hair; soft, even
}!*iri beautiful hair, without a
Sfarle gray line in it. Have a
•Utile pride. Keep young just g
jM ,0ng as you can.
—-1 J11 ".^r ••▼•«> T««n old. and nnbl re-
r my l!»|r WBa T<,ry pra]r.   uut In a few
^-»i Ajer't jtUr Vinorre»torecl th« natural
*fiiUr ,    ?"* ha,r *° »ow tber»'l» not »f«j
«*•►»:, Cal.
MIJOM, Booidoi
***** bT J. O. Aj-m Co., XkiwoU. K«m.
Also xunuflkotarsra of
Brig. General -Wellman Serrcll,
famous  engineer  and   builder   of
Niagara Suspension  bridge    and
lloosiac tunnel, died in New Yoii<
He was,a native4'of England.
. —'	
Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals cured in
30 minutes by Wolford's'Sanitary Lotion.    It never fails.   At all  druggists.
No matter how usually dense the
casual observer might have been, lie
could not have tailed to deled that
the two'cabbies loved not oifch other.
Tne first had just finished a long, care
tully thoughtou( oration, in which
certain surprising particulars 'anent
the second, his looks, and ,his family,
had been announced, nnd as he paused
foiv breath the other took the opportunity of  changing   the subject.
\\ ot's   that    I    see   atween' your
alia Us,   Bill?"   he   queried   blandly.
"That's my 'o^, ol course!" the
lirsl speaker was surprised, into admitting.
"Whv, so it is!" cried tlie other, in
astonishment. "But,, 'pon 'my .soul,
»(. first sight I thought it was one o'
them   'x'-ray  photographs. —Answers.
.Aiinard's Liniment  Co., Limited.
near Sirs:—-Your MINARD'S UNI-
MENT is our remedy for sore throat
colds, and all  ordinary ailments^'
It never tails to relieve and cure
lJoit Mulgravo.
. ,;    '." ^Fido Went Astray.   -        .   r
'Lady '(staunch,    teetotaler)—-< Oh!
please,   would you mind fetching  my
little a'.dog/ , Kido,    out '.o'f 'that public
house?,      -       _     -      '   'a °     '       ,-   ,-.
Obliging   'Ostler-7-Yes,. mum.    Cert-
._,..      ...  ..,..,."..     ,          _.k .^_o
atnly,  mum.    Which bar
—The  Sketch.   ,
was yoirin;
Theie Is more ratarili ln this section
if Uio country than all other dlseaies
yut tOBOther. and until the last fe(w year?
was fauppoied to be lncjurable For a
ifreat many years doetois pionounocd1-!!
l local disease nnd prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure
with local treatment pionouncod it Incurable. Scknce has proven catairh to be
i cohstnullonal disease and Iherefore ie-
quires constitutional treatment. Ilall'i'
Catarrh .Cure, manufactiiied by F. J.
Chenev & Co , Toledo. Ohio, is the onl>
constitutional cure on the rnailtet 11 I."
taken internally in doses from 10 diops
to a tOKspoonful. * U acts dlieetly on thr1
blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
Thev offer one hundied dollars for un\
case" it fails to cure. Send for circulart
and   testimonials >
Adress-.F.  J.  CHENEY & Co.  Toledo.. O
Sold  bv  Drutfsists,   75c.
'Take Hall's  Family Pills  for constipation
The Uukc ol Leeds, before succeeding to his title, was acti\e in politics
Once, when canvassing, he came upon
an Iflnglish shoemaker, whose vote ho
"Soi ry," sai 1 the shoemaker, bin
I'm not "going to vote for any bloomin'
nnstocrat. I can't nfiord it. I've got
four children  to bring up."
"That's nothing," replied thc present Duke, "I've got live, and thoy aio
all' girls." .
The shoemaker came up and toucn-
t'd liim l.imiliai-ly on the arm.
right, old chap." bo said. "1 ou
have mv vote. It seems to me wc are
both in the same boat, aud wed buttei
slick together." 	
"Don't vou think that'-" a mood
.stoi.\l" linked thc u-ctmleui, noting a
hick  ol   iippicfintion.
"It's  a   lair  in.nine
athnittod  the  nutlilur.
"AVliy there's not a  word
sea   in   it."     .    | ,    . .
"T mean that-!it was a fioo.l sini> to
toll to tho ..mriiies."— l'liiliulelplna
Ledger.   ... '
' French ciistoins are rapidly supplant--
ing Spanish features in the city ol
stoi>   1   K'less,
about  tlio
C.lC.Il. Price, organist of Dominion
Methodist churph, Ottawa, has definitely decided to accept the position
offered him by the American Presbyterian church, Montreal.
Minard's  Liniment used  by physicians
Strathcona,   Man., municipality  wil'
vote on a local option by-law May 23.
It is an Elixir of Life.—Since forgotten time, men have been seeking
tor the Elixir of Life, which tradition
says once existed. .Dr. Thomas' Eclec-
tric Oil is an Elixir, before which
pain cannot live. It is made up of six
essential oils, carefully blended so
that their curative properties aro concentrated m one. It has" no equal in
the treatment of lumbago, rheumatism
and  all   bodily   pains.
population resided In the cities, and
this was a-grave physical danger.?, He
^urged that now was the time to; provide playgrounds and partts. In .the
United States the people had now to
pay millions fur playgrounds and parks
absolutely essential _ for the health ol
citles,„ whereas these., grounds could
have been^'secured" "at comparatively
'low rates. It was an'essential for the
health and , welfare of children that
there should be playgrounds,and parks.
A  c-imniission   of  eminent  men ,had
bpen appointed In Scotland,   aiid   after
careful inquiry the commission reported
that  the' height  of >.a farmer was","five
.feet nine and a half inches and weight
173 pounds, v Iri towns the"'helght '[was
five   feet  six'and'a  half   inches" 'and
"weight 145 pounds. .'Of the Ignorant and
criminal "the- height was ' five feet' five
Inches  and  the weight 123  pounds,.so
that- there  -was   a   connection  between
.physical, health and mental and moral
"well-being.      ,   '       _        .'""'"" 'J
Tha Canadian census,and the returns
relative to deaths showed that last year
9,700 people died of tuberculosis, 8,000
from pneumonia, 1,900 from typhoid
fever, and these returns^ showed that
deaths from nervous diseases, diseases
of tha digestive organs and other complaints due to the present rush «id hurry
in every-day life were Increasing. As
one well acquainted with tha ways of
young men, ho regretted ' to say that
little" heed was paid to health matters.
He referred to race suicide and declared
that certain diseases were real causo of
this decrease ln the birth rate. Women
suffered Innocently, and the time, he
hoped, was near at hand when such diseases would be treated by medical men
and health officers as they treated the
most dangerous Infectious diseases. To
bchealthy, to be vigorous, to be successful .required exercise and care, and
men who wererso would be better lawyers, better doctors and better clergymen.    "- , c
The tollowing little anecdote halls
trom the Highlands: It was Donald
the gamekeeper's boast that he knew'
the full designation ot every aristocratic guest at me castle, and, "moreover," knew how to address them, as
"your grace," " my lord," etc.
"Man," said one of his cronies, on
homing him reel off a list of titles, "1
wonder you mind all these names. Do
you never make any mistake what-
"No," replied Donald, with pride,
but, correcting himself, "at ,least. not
otten; but this week, mau, I really
think I did man. a mistake. You see,
there was an English clergyman staying with us—a dean or bishop, as
they call them. I went out to the
shooting with him in the morning
and as wc went down the path a iab-
bit crossed it, and I just said to him.
'Shoot the deevll, your Holiness.' and
do you know, from the way he looked
at mo, somehow 1 don't think I gave
him his right title."
Our, Marriage1 Laws.
The last amendment to the act respecting ,tho solemnization of marriage
sets out that a man may not marry his
grandmother, grandfather's wife, 'wife's
grandmother, aunt, uncle's wife, mother, step-mother, wife^s mother, daughter, son's wife, sister, granddaughter,
grandson's wife, wife's granddaughter,
nitce, nephew's wife, wife's niece, brother's wife.
A woman may not marry her grandfather, grandmother's husband, husband's grandfather, uncle, aunt's husband, husband's uncle, father, hu'sband's
son. stepfather, husband's father, son,
daughter's husband, brother, grandson,
granddaughter's husband. husband's
grandson, nephew, husband's nephew,
husband's brother.
The relationship set forth In these tables include all such relationships whether by the whole or half lalood, and
' whether legitimate or Illegitimate.
13y the Dominion Act, 53 Vic. C. 36,
sect 1, it is enacted that "All laws
prohibiting marriage between a. man
and thc daughter of his,deceased wife's
lister, where no law relating to consanguinity is violated are hereby repealed both as to present and future."
No One Knows the Cat's Speed.
The speed ot a trained runner compares very poorly with that of most
quadrupeds. The be&t speed of a
man for 100 yards is 9 3-5 seconds," or
211-3 miles an hour. His record-for
a whole mile is 4 minutes 32 3-4 seconds, or a rate of 14 inl'°s an hour.
An ordinary trained runner covers a
mile in five minutes, which Is at the
rale of 12 miles an hour.
Theso excellent performances look
very tame when considered in-conjunction with the following rates of speed I
gauged by Mr. Ernest Thompson Seton,
the well-known student of animal
Best speed for a
mile at iate of
First-class grey hound 34 miles-an hour.
Racehorse 32	
Prong-horned antelope      30    "        "      "
Common  fox      26    "        "      M
Foxhound   22    "        -      "
A curious fact Is that no ono seems
ever to have succeeded in making a
reliable estimate of the. speed at which j
a. cat can run a mile without a stop,
and even so short a top-speed run as
100 yards has pn>babXy never been Accurately timed.
A model city to accommodate 100,-
000 people will be built on the shores
of Lake Michigan. ' ±s    ::
First College Building Designed to Be
Centre of Education For the New
Province — Contentions Interfered
and Provincial College Was'Relegat-
od to Corner of the Park—An Initial Mistake—Better Days Dawning.
The great change that,Is being effected In the constitution of the University of Toronto means that tl|at Institution Is _ coming nearer than has
hitherto been, tho case to the id^al of
its founders.' When the universityT.as
projected It was expected ,that'It would
occupy the site lhat has since been allotted to the Legislative buildings. It
was with a view to the carrying out
of this policy that the first college
building—King's College—was erected
ln that part of the park which lies Immediately opposite GrosvenoV street,
where the monument to the heroes of
tha Xorthwest now stands. .
The  First  College.
This structure was designed aa the
nucleus of the university that was to
be.' It was thought thar, by gradually
extending it, it would, assume large
proportions, and command thp Queen/s
Park avenue, -tfhere there would, rise
around It other bulldlng.-i for educational
purposes. Thus what we know as the
park would become the centre of education f'jr the new province. • The plans
as originally thought out were not dfs,-*
-tlned do be carried into execution. The
university became a subject,of contention. The Interests wcre,dfvlded. bthej,
institutions were opened. The provincial college was relegated to a corner
of the parkland there It Temalned until
the differences' of early dayp had b'een
settled, or until other '•views prevailed.
Then the quieting of, the old disputes
opened the way to-.a situation "under
which the State-endowed institution can
impart knowledge in the subjects thai
are not controversial, awhile"- the 'other
institutions organized for special xelig-,
ious purposes cah - employ their' resources In the work that Is particular to
themselves.        " '       '    u     '  ,
1,1      .      ,    An-Jnitial-Mistake.      ,    .    t
.There can be no doubt that the situation which created' the long-driwn-
out educational 'quarrel was the result
of aomlstake made in London. When the
province was founded the leading men
agreed that a college for-the training
of youth'In'the higher branches was a
necessity. Governor Simcoe'sald on this
subject, in his quaint style, that "a college of a higher class woulcl be eminently useful,, and would give & tone of
principle ,and manners that would bo of
infinite support to government." It Is
easy to understand ,what our .pioneer
ruler meant by this remark,-although
few of us would put the idea ln (this
'language. The1 grant In 1797 of 500,000
acres of land in 'support of four grammar schools and one university was
clearly a provision for higher education,
regardless of religious'questions.' Similarly, 'the call' for a principal for the
contemplated * university In 1799 ' was
■ suggestDnr-' of non-demionlnatiorialism.
Governor Simcoe.sent'to, Scotland for
the head of the proposed Institution, arid
the offer of the' principalship was giv.-^
•en to two; Presbyterians—first to, the
celebrated T>r. Chalmers, and afterwards
-to Mr.r John-" Strachari, who accepted,
and afterwards became the-first Bishop
of Toronto.   <■ ' ',,'■"-
<      Delays cndc Disputes. a
When Dr. Strachan reached Canada,!
In conformity with his invitation to be-
'come 'the head of the new college, the
face of matters had changed. Governor
Slmcoe, had left for England, and there
was no university to direct. Under
these circumstances the bishop-to-be
turned to other educational enterprises,
and ultimately took orders in. the
Church of England. In the iheantlme
the campaign for a university was continued, and was crowned with a measure of success. George IV., in 1S27,
gave a charter for King's College, making it, however, an exclusively Church
ot England seat of learning. This charter was the subject of protest on the
part of the Legislature, and tho, Imperial authorities undertook to modify
it; but the changes were not such as
the province as a whole agreed to In
the forties the charter ot George IV.
was made operative. Bishop Strachan
brought the university into being, and
helped, on. April 23, 1S42, at the'laying,
by Sir Charles Bagot, of the foundation
stone of the first college, on the sits in
Queen's Park already described.
The Secularization Struggle.
When the work of organization under
Church of England auspices was commenced, the movement for secularization became the stronger., The Methodist body, for Its part, had commenced
work upon their own university at
Cobourg, which was chartered In 1S36,
and the Presbyterians had begun upon
Queen's, which received its charter In
1S41. As these church institutions enjoyed no State subsidy,' while King's
"had been granted some 225,000 acres as
its share of the grant made forty years
earlier In the Interests of higher education, the fight for secularization became
the moro vigorous. In the Legislature
the matter was taken up, and the consequence was the reincorporation of the
university in 1S49 as a provincial institution, with no religious control and
no religious tests f >r the. professors.
There can be little doubt that Bishop
Strachan had looked upon King's as
the theological collego for his diocese
His writings, however, show that he
did not wish It to be exclusive, ln the
sense that It could be resorted to by
none, but members of the Church of
JSngland. What ha aimed at wa« just
such Church control as appertained Ip
'-Those days to Oxford and Cambridge.
Trinity Established.
The elimination of Church Influence
and the suppression of tht> theological
department was a severe trial to the
•bishop. He, however, was not cast
•down. To England he went, and secured a ehartir and endowments foi
Trinity University, tl"e first stone of
which was laid in 1S52. It Is said of
Bishop Strachan that he was really the
.founder of two unn ei.-ities within ten
:>eais of each other Thus it was that
we had Trinity in tne W* st end of the
rfftfv. u,ith Toronto in the park. For
years the tendency has been towards a
series of denominational or Church
universities, and one State university-
All of them weak and struggling for
an existence. Now the situation has
changed. It seems to be recognized
<that a strong university, teaching ths
subjects that are common to all, and
leaving to each of the Church foundations the theological Instruction tnat la
distinctive, renders tho more substantial service to the people. This Is what
we aro coming to, and it Is interesting
to observe that it is the very idea that
was entertained when a central Institution of learning was firs,t designed.
Decide for Yourself
' Whether it is not better to use Pure Tea lifka
adulterated Japan.
Lead     Packets
Only,     40c,     50c,    and    60c
Hlahast   Au/arrl   Bt-   I onli
per    lb.
At   all    grocers.
.Beecham's Pills are the "ounce of
prevention" that saves many, a'dol-
,lar for' cure. Keep .disease, from
getting In,'and it will never lay,you
1 OUt. •- '.       ' L
Thc safeguards  against  all  life's
'common ills are: A Sound Stomach,
"Healthy Kidneys, Regular Bowels
and Pure Blood."      ! , ' A    .
Hundred? , of thousands—both,
men' andt women—keep healthy by'
using"       t      '        ,   '„ '     '
Fort William's rate of taxation this
year is IS mills.
-a-remedy that has stood the test
for half a century'and is now used
overfall the'-'civilized .globe. They
purify the bloojj, 'strengthen, the
nerves, regulate the bowels, .aid the
kidneys ,and cure stomach troubles.'^
' Build up the nervous force,and re-^
pair -the   ill 'v,effects , of, overeating.
■.oThe best safeguard'againstrindiges-
1 tion,' biliousness and dyspepsia",
o   Take   'Beecham'/S^ Pills   regularly
,v,and you .will m'aiiitain good health
at small cost. <'
■>    rna       *
Attachod to any  Garment Is a.
Guarantee   of °
and Good Wearing Qualities.
When.Buying OVERALLS,,
'.,''     Seo   that  each article bears a '
,   label liko above
§11 Oosf
Sold Everywhere.      In boxes, 2o ennl..
■   q
There is no satisfaction keener
than being dry and comfortable
when out in the hardest storm.
pj ' VJ \f I \ BIACK or yellow:
7    *a~*r   JI    N    «« ON SALt EVERYWHERE,
A Timely Question.
Cities wbere time is arbitrarily
changed, as Irom central to mountain,
.lie sometimes full of confused travelers. Dodge City, Kas., is one such.
People are especially bothered there
about the time ot arrival and departure of trains. Some one the other
day asked a railway official as lien a
certain train staited The answer-
was '"In about six minutes." "Well,
say," was the question, "is that central or west time?"—Cleveland Plain
Are You Haunted Day and Night?—
Mind and body racked and tortured
by evil forebodings, gloomy and dull,
robbed of that "Divine restorer." sleep,
appetite gone, nerves shattered, generally debilitated? This is none too
dark a picture for invat South American Nervine to obliterate and set up
m its stead the glowing tints of the
sun of perfect health—10S
Sir William P. Ilowland, of Toronto,
although 93 years of age. underwent
an operation for appendicitis last week
and is rapidly recovering.
Ask  for   Minard's   and   take   no  other
J. A. McGilKvray, supreme'secretary
ot the IO l'\. is seriously ill with
anaemia and has retired from active
They arc Carefully Prepaied.—-Pills
which dissipate themselves, in the
stomach cannot he expected to have
much effect upon the intestines, and
to overcome costiveness the medicine
administered must influence the action o.C these canals. Parnielco's
Vegetable Pills are so made, under
ihe supei vision of oxnoits, that tho
substance in. them intended to opeiate
on the intestines is retarded in action
until they pass, tluough the stomach
tc; thc bowels.
Montreal council decided not Lo donate any,public money to the 'Fusco
St. Catherines- has IS hotel licenses
more than any other Ontario city in
proportion   to  its. population.
Murdoch McLennan, a well Known
drug traveller of Ontario, died unexpectedly while on a visit to Stratford.
Insist on Getting
"King of tbe Road'" Brand
. And Take no Other '•   "   ',
■-■-When   Remitting  by Post"use
Dominion Express Money Orders,
and Foreign Cheques ,
The   Best and  Cheapest       -
System    of    Sending    Money    to    any.
Place in the World.    ■•    >
Absolutely Safe   -
Purchaser is given a receipt, and if
order or cheque is LOST or DES-
TKOVIfiL), the amount will be prompt-,
ly REFUNDED. No red tape. For
tin 1 fnlormatioii and rates call on
Local agents.
Over a, Quarter of a Century
we have successfully treated nervous
diseases  caused by Drink and  Drugs
500,000 cures Is our record. We
speak truly and say that failure to
obtain a cure by the Keeley Treatment is a failure ot the man and not
our  methods.   Send   for facts.
'Address ln confidence
133 Osborne St.,' Winnipeg.
Maypole Soap
'""    With    ,
Ease at Home
With .   .
Sure  Results
iix. for Colors, 15c for Blaclc
Alldcaler^or F.L.Et.viiDiCT
S. Co., Montreal.
Says Results are   "Truly Wonderful."
Mrs.    I.'   Hunter, of
111 Raglan Road, King-
ston,   Out.,  says: —
"I have suffered   with
kidney       and        liver
trouble    and     chronic
-T^.'STaiL       constipation   for   some'
"^ *^*fV tlme-    l    was    subject
p   «   S       to     dizziness,     bilious
Mrs. I. Hunter hea lache, nervousness
diowsiuess, pains iti the back and side!
and  a tired,  weaiy feeluig nearlv all
the time.
"I tried almost eveiy medicine, was
treated by doctors and druggists with
little or no  benefit.
"I tried Dr. Leonhaidts Anti-Pill,
and the results have been truly wonderful. 1 ani so much better.' Anti-
Fil!  is a itio&t wonderful remedy."
All dealers, or the Wilson-Fjlo Co.,
Limited,  Niagara  Falls,  Onr. Go,!
Moissan Distils Refractory Metals.
By m.-ans ot the electric furnace
M .Moissan has recently succeeded in
actually distilling tlie refractory ■ metals of the piatinum group, including
iridium and rhodium. Palladium, curiously enough, which has a melting
point considerably' below that of platinum,   appears  to  have  quite   as   high
a  boiling point. ■
" '   1
 'J -      ■      — '""'*"
W    N    U    No.    584
Z   v" ii
r     -i1
.'  ^■■i.\
" '' ft'!
1    -<* !
I       v     "ri-
*"  i
t V
'     S    ^'.1'
. 1'     • 'V
,,J   ' ...
r **-
'"•'' ',-irV
• f 7-i
' :*><.
' w~S4 *rH  �����t'i'-K*  ^'M  ��� 't.  s,'!T '','���, if I  "ff^Sjl't'fe  fi*t��YWeiv!:  ^ %''  "TiSBKn'M  !l#��'  ���"V3  K*3  " f ��!  r    i*,  . �� TO ���  ^�����  ��� &* m ���  ��� "��� ? a,  -    ?,H  t Is A  1 $\-\  >   -I  iJf&Sr-ivJi.  -K��--*'f-  - St..  '"'I1''-!-..  v<'{:  u!.''.t,;  <<  i  I.   ri  "  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  TUB MOYIE LEADER.  Published in tbe interest of the people  of Jloyie and East Kootenay.  JT. J. SMITH & CO.,    -  Publisher*.  ratxs of sniiscmriioN.  Oao Year..  ..12.00  SATURDAY, MAY 19/ 1906.  The "j;rub sliike" incident  may , be  considered closed. ��� ~  Again we rise toenquiie if Moyie in i,  tends celebrating Dominion Day.  With the present high prices of botr;  lead aud silver the troubles .of ".the,  juiueowners ahould be few.    v    ��� o  :fr  Il may be laid down as  sound: doc-  fcruje'th&t a revolver in the, hands off.a  I" �� ��� Hi M :i- I   v     V   ���  1-     I        jJ..-"- -<   ,*  /priyate citizeu is a dangerous weapon,  nnd usually gntm him into .trouble.  Luther   JEJurbanlc  ; ���  ���        , r  death in  the  haying escaped  i  ���> p ���*w *  California   disaster, we  may now look for  the announcement  c ?������'-*. ^ ' '��� ' -I*'  "-*     ' ,      '  of the discovery of a quakeless eartb.  Cranbrook   Herald :>' There   was   a  grub strike at tbe   St. Eugene, mine  'last week.   Miners   can ' indulge  in  ,    , < 'i        '  grub strikes, but mairied men  do  not  'dare to.   > '  ��� ,-  ,-.   -�����   ,     ',��� w-   ^���Uon.^Ohas.  H, Mackintosh is  now  1 ��    ,, ���    '"  publishing a newspaper in  Winnipeg,  , "The Cahoda Inter Ocean.'*'  A copy  of the /irst issue has just reached ,'this  office, .and   the   publication  reflects  credit on the publisher. t        Z  Sciatica   Cured    After Twenty   Y��itr��   of  Torture.  For  more  than 20 year* Mr,   J. B  .Massey, 3322 Clinton 8t., Minneapolis,  Minn., was tortured by  sciatica.   Th��-  pain and suffering which  he  endured  during this  time  is   beyond comprehension.   ^Nothing gave him any permanent relief until'he used Cbamber-  Isin'e Pain Balm.    Oue application ol  tiiat liniment  relieved  the   pain   and  made sleep and re��t possible, and less  than one boule has effected' a  permanent cure,' Mr.  Massev  relates    hi*  experience for   the   benefit   of others  who  may  be   similarily afflicted.    II  troubled'with'sciatica or rheumatism  why not try a 25 cent  bottle "oF pain  balm apd see for yourself how quickly  it relieves"tlie'pain.    For sale , by  the  '    * i        '  Moyi��' Drug ��fc Stationery Co.  A. L.  MeDERMOT  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.   -  I. O. O. F.  Wllfley Lodge No. 44.  Meets every T'lesday evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  F.J. Smyth,,  P. G. Routh,  CRANBROOK,  British Columbia.  '���'"C>c>lloci4;ic>xaL^? "   /  '"   "   ���" ' - AGENTS  -     S /       -   . , ,        ,  .  "Canadian Fire Iusur.mce C,).," and ".Norwich Union fire Inaurance Society ."  ., ' i ,    ,    r    ��.- .- j       ..  , T J , , ,      ,  Farrell & SmytBV Moyie.   ,  The lumbermen of B. C, seem to be  well justified in- Iraising the price on  their product." With each season's cut  tlie logs must be brought from a great-  Der distance ^ tbe mills, -which oc-  counts for the  increased  cost  in   the  ���  y   ,  .manufacture. ;  '��� The Golden Star giyps this definition of a knocker*. A knocker ia, a  sour-faced . vinegar-aouled detriment  to the human race. He is a gap in  the building/a,hole in tbe wall, a crevice in'the'fo'undation.    Be a builder.  r  Form  one of  the bond   stones.   Do  i a  something and  be  somebody.. Don't  knock.  , -        '      , \ -  .' .    Not If m�� Klch aa Rockefeller.   *o  if' If you had all the wealth of Rockefeller, the Standard Oil magnate, you  could not buy a better medicine 'for  bo7?el complaints than Chamberlain's  ferine, Cholera'aud Diarrhoea Remedy.  The most eminent'physician can not  prbscribe a better" preparation for  colic and diarrhoea, both ] for 'children  ���and adults. The uniform, succfcss of  this remedy has shown it to be superior to all others. It never fails, and  when reduced with water-ian'd sweetened, is pleasant to take. Everyfara-  ily should be supplied with It- Sold  by the Moyie Deug <fc Station try Co.'  .i. '  Victoria Dav'.RaJes.  ' ' ., TONIC ���' a  is what you want now that winter is  gone/ No system canr withstand  months of extreme changes without  requiring something to build it up  again. ' ���' ' '   "      '    ,'  ,   BEEF, IRON'AND WINE  ' ' i    V j     .(  is what you want. There are' plenty  kinds, why'not'get the best., Get  ours. It's full, strongth, warranted,  and costs no'more than wealcer imitations.    Don't delay.' Get it now. >    ,  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co.  That  Account Victoria Day,' May 24th,  the Canadian Pacific Railway will sell  to and from all 'stations, including  Kootenay steamers, round trip tickets  at fare and one third for th'e round  trip; on Sale May 22, a3 & 24; good to  Teturn till iVIay 29.     . ,    ,  ,Last week made ua some trouble  " but everything is jail right now  ,   We    have",   msUlled',    NEW  t' "MACHINERY and got  every-  -,     i thing in shape >fpr good   work.  -   Our    specialty   is   SHIRT  sn'd  COLLAR  JVORK.     Don't' be  'afraid  to  entrust 'us with   the  'finest of woollen fabrics,   as  we  ,   ., have  the  best'of facilities lor  washing    and    preserving" ��� the  original ssftness of the  texture.  NO CHINESE ' EMPLOYED.,  Crow's  Nest   Steam  laundry  CRANBROOK  '< A, B.' STEW ART,  Local Agent,  Kheumatlara.  Why siifi'er frtm' this' pajnful malady wheu one application ' Of Chamberlain's Pain Balm gives relief?"Hun  dre.ls of grateful people testily to th e  iihagical power of this remedy oyere  rheumatism. For sale by the Moyie  Drug &, Stationery Co. ���'  Li  Hi.y,'   ^ r    i>   i.,ji,.'i^iiiu..i.w i ���    -  :^Alil|C^RI^G,  ESPECIALLY FOB YOU  Thers's a good deal of satisfaction in  knowing" yotir wearing a suit that was  made especially for you. That's the  only kind that can bring out your  Mrong points and cover lip yohr woak  ones. ���'...��� '        ��� ��� -'    '   "���'���  OCR TAILORING  aims at individuality.    We're not   sat-  iefted  with   simply  fitting  you,'   We  rnake a suit that is'  adapted   to   your  figure.    Prices' and   materials  always  .tight: ���       ''.'' ������������-  G. A. FOOTE  MOYIE,  B. O  Outing Shoes  Therf are running S .oes, and running  shot"1, but uoup to^tqual lliojifi with  the M.iplc Leaf Brand on thc soli'  They1 come in both Te'nniti'.tnd 'Oxford  styles for Lad>es c,r Gentlenien, Girls  or Boys' and tlie Holes of all are made  from pure para gum "rubber.  Maple Leaf  Lacrosse, Tennis  Rnnning   Shoes  Look well, fit well, wear well  and  are  stylish, neat and durable.  For   sale   by all goocl  shoe dealers.   Ask for  ~ ���"'.-';. them,  J. Leckie   Co.,   Ltd;  Selling   Agents,  , {:'.        VANCOUVER,  B.   O.  BUY YOUR . nw'  Cigars,  Tobaccojs.  (��� f i  ,   '��       ^    ' " FROM '    n'  A. B. Stewart & Co.  , ���    ��. - v:', ���   .   , '.�� '    <  Agent  for ^Crdjirs'' .Neat   ���  '   , - ��      S.toam Laundry.. .    ,  ���THE���  'a  nl  t  . DBSADI-NIK^t BBOS,,--Propi.  Large .eample room in connection  with house for.commercial men." Best  of accommodations. '     '    " -   '  Headquarters   for   Commercial and Mining Men.  QUEENS  AVENUK,  HO VIE, B. C,  s  Wm. Jewell  if ,  Express and General'   Delivery   Busi-  ness.     Livery. and  ,   Feed Stable. .,". '>  '    ,^eaye .Orders "at  jGwynne's Store.  MOYIE   ,  British. ColumSia.  HOUSE CLEANING!  i - ., ....  Then you'll  want some papering  and painting done to freshen up a  ' bit. ��� Let be give you  an'  esti-  i-. i \\     ,      ,  mate/   -   '  S.  R.   WOjaMINGTON,  ''   PAINTER. '  -r    i  MAMHATTAN,  Comfortable  Rooms   and  Best of  Table Board.  j; A. GOUPILL, Prppr.  A. *L   McKILLOP  aVHSATKK,  NELSON,  B. C  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  HKLSON, B. C.  doardmg and Day School conducted by tbe Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. ' Commercial 'and business  courses a1 specialty. ' Excellence and  swift' progress 'Characterize etch department.-- ' 'Parents 'should write for  particulars. ' One month assures the  public' of the' thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and S��pt.  Pupils are admitted during t��rn>.  .  -V   �� '   Vv -&���        "��� w_  0��J. DE3AUL?��IR.  ;..   .      li':.    \ ',   i..x '      i  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  Uueens' Aire.      MOYIE  P. BURNS & CO  WUOX.E6XLX A��W    RETAIL  Noble Grand.  Secr'y.  St. Koueiie r.odKe Kn. 37.  K.,of P-  Meets evsry Thursday  vening    in    McGregor  mil at 8  o'clock.   Vit-  iling brothers invited.,  G: II*. ImndiUv;  Chancellor Com.  G, W. OncHAim,  K. R. and S.  MERCHANTS  MEAT  r  Fresh  and Curpd Meats, Fresh  '     , >' ' ��� *    ' .     i  -   Fish, Game ana  Poultry.   We  ,, ��� j,       . i  '- ' , ���      '*    ',  supply  only   the   best.     Your  ,    .   .-�� i  trad  ! EOlioited.  KAEKKTD  fa.-  In   all ;the   Principal  is,. . / ���"        i,     , (  Cities and 7Towns ..in  British Columbia;. :  ' E.G.^GWYNNE    ���  .   '"������"���   i / ��� ' * . ,:,  Cigars,       Tobaccos,    , Con feotionery  1 Fruits, Elc, "' "  farrpll.blcick:,  1    ' STOP ATTHE " ',  COSMOPOLITAN  '    WHEN IN ���   ...  ��  CRANBROOK'  E. H. SMAI.I., Managrer.'^  _, ,Good rooms, good stables and  bar i,"  and   Hrst olaas sample roonsN '  fi.Ri STRANGE,  1 .,  Contractor and Builder  PLANS AND ESTI-  -     MATES FREE.  "���- ���"'        . Apply at 'u  Mrs. Gorman's  Boarding House, v' -'.  NOTICE.  Take notice that I, Charles J. Armstrong, intends to apply te the Board  of Licence Commissioners for the''  Cranbrook .district at their regular  meeting to be held on June 15th,  1306, for a. transfer from me to Ben J,  Riley of the licence for the International hotel situate at the town of  Moyie, B. C.  Dated this, 20th day of April 1906.  t  (Sgn'd) C. J. Armstrong.  D  Siii  .mm.  Moyie   Miner^ Pinion  Meets .In Mc.Grepnr.hall e����'/y Saturday , evening. Sojourning' mem.bers  are cordially iuviteil to ni'n nd.  Thos. E. Kei-ut,  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000.000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,   TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager , ALEX. LAIRD, Aw��t. Genl M,  BANK  MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THt FOLLOWING RATE8 :s  $5 and under >. ........     3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10.'.....    6 cents  '    "    $10        " "   '        $30    10 cents  ."    $30        "      '      "."        '$50    15 cent.  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered B i  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- points in thc United State.*''  (Yukoni  KrCOTIAHLE AT  A  TIXUU  WICAT, "'  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, Etfe,,  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money w��ii 6.r���  ond at small cost.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  F.C. MAIPAS,  Wm. J. Ebi/tjiam,  ,  .President.  Secretary  MOYIE AEBTE NO. 855  Meets every   Wednesday at  8 P. M.  \j. h.'hawke,  Worthy Secr'y.  DR.' HABVIE,  " Worthy Pres.  Har.v,ey   &   H.cCarter,  ' Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries.iEtc.  i <      *���       i '  Cranbrook,   :  V   B- cr.  BEGINNING FEB, 15, 1906  THKOUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  Eyery Day In  The Year Between  Seattle And Chicago  -via   the  Great Northern Failway  The  Comfortable  \yay   Boute of  the famous Oriental Limited  For detailed information,  ratesr,  etc.,  oall on or adrcss ' f  H.   L,    Blaokstone Agent Q.N, By.,  FERNIE, B. C.  Chamberlain's Coiigl Remedy  Csirwi Colds, Croap end Wliooplng Ceugft.    ���  .W. F, GURD,  BAKIUSTKli, SOLIOITOK, KTC.  "K  CPvANBROOK. '  B. C  O. H/DUNBAR  .  ��� ."    ���" ',        '  ",  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Puhlio, Etc  :  Cranbrook, B.C. '  pR:;Pi.B.1 MILES,   .      .  Cranbrook,' B, ,C.  George R. Thompson,  . ...  - ��� i c  ">-        BABRibTKit, Solicitor; No  1 .  "'   '      -     '     ,>  /   "���-        .' A  7- '.'tarvJPuBLic, ifcc.^ ' '���  CBA.NBROOK. pr ^British Co'iaimiita.  W. R? BE ATT Y        ���   V  ' .   >  Euibulmer and Undertaker,  Phone 80.   . CRANBROOK,  FURNITURE.  ���  Granbrook Go-Opeliative Stores  ������ ��. , i> \   "- "'''LIMITEI):1'  y    , .     ���  ^    : ...Funeral Directors and  V ; t.'      ," ��mbalm&rs.      , , <  U��atfA,tL  ���^SyggKTTWre-iff^^  u ^v.,***.**?* ^r^ZZtt**'^*sf**^*'~J*'* <��** j*���*&���<*&* J* S*iXi  ���  A"��  WIi.H  WDOWS    AND'. DOORS'  Made in Britinh Columbia.  BRACKETS, j  The tllfl'cTe'ncebctwcenllltttiijf tnd Misilntr Istlitilir-  frmce between sin Accural -iul an Inocr.ur^tc Arm.  t'hoo'ie \ Iselj'���(liscrlt'ii -itel Get AMI VI��NS1  I'urtyyc^rs pi f ti��:ricncc ii behind our triri and  /nrvtttWnc of �� '  itii'x-iis, riSTors, shotguns  Ask youriteilerand Inslit  on the StevunS. If you  c*nnot obuln, we slilp street, express frifat.i,on  receipt ofcvulaj,.* price.  Setnl 4c I ii sumpk I <���* i <v  pi^c eatalotr desLiibliic  the entire STFVssi, line  t'rofuscly 11 lustrtteJ. and  contain* point* nn Sh*>ot  \r>Z, Aminiintli'in, Ltc.  Ucu^iul Ll.;cu<culor Aluminum Hinder v>t<l bs. forwarded for io cents !n sUutps.        ,  J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL  CO,  I'.O Hct4t*6  Cmcorrit I all^.ta1....!' '"..A.  I MOULDINGS :  TUENIN-;  W   .   "    '   , ,���   Deli-ilSviulv a PpcviaH.y wrh.U-.  # LUMBER   LATSC    SHINGLES,  Shipmnuis ii  Straight, and Mixed 'Jsrloads.  ; CRANBROOK SASH .AND DOOR CO,  CBANBROOK, BO.1  I <$$'^���^$-c'^ij��s:-:^?'^?^-  u V  n  4  n  n  m  n  I MOYIE    HOTEL.  SBVING MACHINE."  ���OLLEK BEARING.  HIGH GRAOB.  by buying this  reliable, honest,  Wgh grade sewing machine.    '  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  National Sewing Machine Co.,  SAN  FRANCISCO. , CAL."  I      PACTORV AT BBLVIDERB. ILU  P. F. JOBA'JSIOA  This Hotel is New and well Furnished The  Tables are. Supplied with the Best the  MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  ���  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK  moyik _____ _ BRiTisn coLruri*  %  Moyie Beer  A6  m-'de by the  prnsenl brewor   is   admittedly   the  Best Bc-er in Eiist Kootenay. With Ihe Best Malt sud  the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled /or quality-  Iuflitit on having Moyie Beer, '  Bottled and Draft Beer.  1  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  ' MOYIE,'B. c'  5SSfc8BttESK53��. 1  JTS^^^^y^ti^rJ^^s  ^M^^^saw!^fmssi^��amv9f y?r^'.***.>ft~*.'*


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items