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 %#-^';r  dJUy^t  Uo 3'ouir eyes bother you?  Consult W.  H. Wilson,  of   Cranbrook   nnd  get  satisfaction.   ,  1,^        NOV 161910 /;  \   ��� - - - ' /���  "*> i  T��  ' * ���  ^*ca:  %R__ft_l_.��.tifi& y bv purchasing your  TIMEPIECE from"  Wilson, the Jeweler.  VOL. IM NO, 32.  MOYIE, B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II. 1910.  $2 A YEAR  Prep;  >are for  Christmas,  We are prepared to' fill /withy/the'' utrrjost de's-  , patch all  orders .coming' from'outside  points./  The Christmas season is drawing close-make  '   your purchases early.'By doing so  you   render  us every aid in handling our Christmas rush.  -' > ���       , '������        ?       ���> ,        ��� ' . ���  Write to ,us at once for all  particulars  rc'Christuias" gifts.  .      Henry-.- Birks �� & Sons/ Limited.  Jewelery mailorder; hoiise     ���    .Geo. E.'Trorcy, Man. Dir,  , ;���      \ ' '.VANCOUVER, B.   C:  CARD.  ,r *  tS33SSS53*53:'5^99S��5'???^!-S335'��  %���-    /GENERAL FLOAT        %  *> ' --        %  iieeeefeseessfefefefefeefeSifefessssi*,  \  Nelson Convention  ���   At Blairmore the daily   output  of bricks is ��0,000. '  Nelson's street   car   service   is  again in operation. '���  The C. P. R. will build a scenic  railway from Ifanff to Windermere.     t t   i   '        '  ,' China is' spending' 8200,000,000  on the rehabilitation of her army  and navy.   , A, ,  |"       LOCAL ASSAYS S  lb ��� ' vl/  We. havci opened., jip'our card'"parlor lor the winter.'  t * * *  f    ���   J-;Nicc place' to".?peu��l aYfcw* liours, i>oys;    ���     \<i  '        tf f ' ^  ,/ ( f "r I*  There'are about' 15.0OO  opium'  victims in Canada, most of  them  -���   <s ' ft  live in the west. - .-  ,  , The Dominion' Assay Office in  Vancouver,-- handles >"85,000,000  worth'of gold4avery year^   ���>    .   6  ���;".TheCranfrrook'Coroperattve^Stotes.-^  rIs"Offering Very Attractive Prices On 'All Their,  vjOtoth U phoIster;edbfu, rji itu re,  'discoimt Jwill'be given.-.ofTievery piece fpr'tlic next month,,  ���*��� H "���      "*       n     ,.      ^     i     r- ' "v i' n        V.*'^V    .* "A* r 'i r^  ,   ^-v    ���"'Here Is Your Chance;.  li'j  ^"4- /����� ^^ B^i ILJL-fl M H# J_J..'~\i_F'^_RJL^L * '.'���"' {F?  ���ir'.   v�� ."-*-*  S-? **c-  lKSTAItr.ISHE��~ 1897,  t��   -  ���rU  *ii''-  *->W  BeaileJ.cfc -BlweH;  ' V'  INSURANCE ,and MININQl-,  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Head Office  CRANBROOK; B. C  Shoes - Sfioes - Sho^s  '   I  ,'< .*  ' I ' . ' ,  I\Ipst of the leading mates and all of the leading leathers  * r \  lo be had at: popular prices. ,  " J. W, FITCH  Nearly SOO'OOO tons of;Jpaper  are antially'manufactured' in the  United Kingdom.    ���      ".-.*'���'  Jl ' ,    i t " _ ,  A'school devoted exclusively, to  ,    -���   ti  *t>  (.he  study , of   motor-'1 boats,  has  been started at New, Yorfc.s '   ��� .  ' ��� * j .-a < 1 v.       -  >     1'" ;'��      -'*   '   ,    ���  King .George has issued^ a,' proe-1  lamation fixing the' date  of  tho  coronation for Juno'22, 1911.   ���  jr��  ,,, ThejtsV of > wallpaper 'containing^ deefgiis in (vertical' lines will  make a rbom looki.both larger aud  higher. '< '     '>���>������'*. J  ^-i-A carload - of -Kooteney apples  'are'u pii tliei^%';wayA,to Englaud,  Vhere they will be'Dlaeed'' ou exr  hibitiori;1.'., .^\ "^j.. -_  T ^',- ���,; ��. 'A",  ��.*'��. ..0 �� o,..  rv^jft^lv/,,1'*-   ,V'~-"^-Sil,r- '"-1  ���> - The federaygovernraent-A5Vill es-  'iablisli &'-farmvifi'\the/ KdSnlbbpa  ���country for the breeding ofjhbrses^  for army remounts.';       *  Joe Martin',' M. P.; is leaving  Canada on his return to England  where'he will resume his.-, parliamentary duties.  ' The ITosmer Mines, Ltd., are  now shipping 20()c tons of coal  daily to Nelson and 200 tons v of  coke daily to the Trail smelter.  Probably,the biggest political  convention ever held in the province will be the one at Nejson  next week, "when delegates , from  all of the district associations all  over British Columbia will meet  tor ,the transaction of general  business, i Tlie meeting will open  at 10 o'clock ,on the morning of  November 17th, and will be in  session two days, Thursday aud  Friday., 'All tlie members of the,  government'with the exception  of Horn \S~.. T. Bowser and lion.  Price Ellison are expected to0 be  present.   ��� ,<Ar'}' -  JSacb. riding*is entitled to send'  ten delegates for,each member  'elected to.tlie house and from reports sentj f i;bm , the f coast and  other' districts it'appears tliat  practically every riding is' sending its full1*, complement of dele-  gates.' Jbis anticipated that'at  least 300,personst'will be brought  to'Nelsou by the convention."  "On-'Thursday night it is intended to give , the delegates to the  convention* a, banquet" at which  Premier IMcBrido 'and'several 'of  the ministers will deliver1 addresses. , The convention and banrjuet  will be held"in -the Eagles hall;  The banquet; ao which arrangements will/be made, to1 accommodate some '400 guests'will be in  the, nature* "of a public reception  to Nelson's guests. ,���,*'.    _'"__���'  At a meeting of the Cranbrook  District Conservative association  the"'rfoUDwin'g -delegates were  elected to: represent the Cran-  brodk"riding: A/B.iEenwick, Obis  Staplea; A.7E.1 Watta.'fe'J.* Smyth,'  Vy -A.-'lCollin3(, AA^iB.';'Grau,' -D.x, J.  Elmier,-'Ai.' J^Belmont,-Gr H. Thomson,'John Reed.'^-Alternates: >-D  J. Johnson"-* E. A., Hiil;.'T.. Roweivrj-  W. J. Payne returned Tuesday  from the Boundary country.  There is considerable pnow on  mountains around iloyie.  James lloberts expeetd liis wife  and daughter  out [from ( England  r within the next|woek or two,  !   ' A. C. ^Nelson',, assessor  for,  district, was__jnj from  &ran'brook 1  Tuesday on official business.  The.wife and children of Ed.  iVordmau.t foreman at the St,  Eugene, arrived in Moyie yesterday from Sandon and will, occupy  the E. A. IJ ill residence.'  The members of the committee  ' 1 (  in   charge   of' the <��� eoiieert   and  dance'to be given' by the  Moyie,  Miners' Union on'.December  12ch,  are busy making, preparations,    v-  Prof. '" McHenry,- who a fiw  years ago conducted a moving  picture'show at* Cranbrook and  JNLoyie, is,'now connected1,'with a  publicity bureau iu 'Vancouver. **  ^Bev. ,R. Atkinson, who conducted evangelibtie ��� services l in  -Moyio a^ few weeks ago', passed  through Moyie yesterday on .his  way(from Kaslp.to Swift Current,  where he will spend two weeks'.  A meeting .of'the Moyie Conservative Association is announced  to be held at fthe Leader office  nextaMonday evening, .November  14th, Avhen. the association will be  reorganizedi' All'members 'of'the  party are requested tb attend:  '",'  '       .  '       '  BUY    NOW.  This is the correct time to bu}' your winter supply cf  ij.  "' " ,      ���  r        '  Gloves, Mitts, Rubbers,      ,    . ,  1 ) ,'  ��� / ��    1  Shoes, Sweaters,    etel  r , . . f  Come in and ioolc theni over before your size is gone.  Doyle, J. D  donald.  MeBride, "J.-A.^lfaci"  Elk River Power  Growth of; Yi M. C. A.  The grbwth,of the Y. *a��  C. A.,  isone of the , religious ^and social'  -.  ������       *i^~a- ~A   ^    s~u.    *���     1 ' r  wonders of tile fime.' ThV*trien-  nial'report of the North American  "association has been presented to  onaI��� convention at  shows si, growth of  13 per cent in the American .membership since the proceeding ' convention was*- held, the members  now    numbering   496,000,   while  ^VVVVWVSAAA* A.'VVWV^V'iA.* AA*��aVW^A^��*/WV,</VV*��4/S**A  Goodeve :Goesf Eas  'Aionj the^ Kennebec"  ' 'A-. S. ^Gobdeve, M. P., for Koofce  nay, is'leaving Rossland today for  Ottawa "to be there when parliament opens on * November, I7th.  He expects to stay over at' Winnipeg to meet the central committee of the Selkirk Centennial exposition.  _     ^    -        p-  i '    'Annual! District   Meeting v   .  The regular annual meeting'of  the-District' Conservative Association will beiheldAat Cranbrook  on the .evening ,of Thursday,  November 24th, at the parlors of.  the.Royal HoteLV There -willybe  the election* of officers 'and < other'  j i-        "���-.*.������ \.  i    -<��� *��'��' .    < 11 o  general business,;,  Fully, Identified  One day a big 'city bank received the-ifollbwing message from  one of its country correspondents:  ''Along    the  'Kennebec," "the  latest "successful play of New Eng- '������  Jand life will be seen here tomor-' ''  row night at Morley <hall. v  Like '  all New England--plays .laughter'  must intermingle with ".tears vand  the humor i-3 ko carefully blended  '       . t ,   <��� .i     \  with sentiment that  just as  you  are on the verge of  tears  some-   '  thing 'humorous   happensi which -  turns   the   tide- to , excruciating4  laughter.^No play of0recent years  has had-a   more   Bymptnons  pro'-'  'duction in. point'of  scenic  detail  and the pronuction   in' this   city -  wiir.be given,with' careful-";atten-  Ltion. 1 As an  advertising--feature ,  the company carries a tine; band.  Parade "at 2 'p.' m.;    '        \   '   ' A   ���>,,  i jv  '<$  -1 c-  .Concert, and ^Supper,  -AaMW  . 1'  the'  , Everyone'should -take jin  dinner and --concert ,prepared by  the Methodist ladies > in Morley  hall Tuesday evening. A fine hot  dinner will be ^served in the hall  from 5:30 to 7;30 and the concert  begins at S o'clock.    A  first clas3  ii!  \ 'i  ���.��� ���   '."     V   -   .' ., ,'. - "Pn-tr't-wnnHv-fivp rlnllars  to  John  entertainment of dialogues,   solos,  649 associations have buildings of    -ray cwency nve aouais  co  joun &      .  The Cranbro.ok law firm of Harvey, McCai'ter & Macdonald have  moved from the Pink block to the  new Imperial Bank building.  $ '      *       MOYIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL. $  I Hotel Kootenay   \  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  Largo and Commodious S.unplo Rooms.  Billiard* Rooms.  %       a McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. $  If you want bargains m dry goods  visit our store.  Nothing ever offered like it before     ,,  E.  The Census and Statistics  Branch estimates that on March  31, when the fiscal=.year closed,  Canada had a population of  7,810,7s!.  A number of men are employed  on Tracy creek,., building cabins,  and preparing for the immediate  resuming of work on the Estella  group of mines.  Micbeal J. lteney, the railway  contractor, left nearly a million  dollars to his relatives and charities, according to his will filed in  Seattle.  S������"i��#����������  "Billy" MacAdam, who made a  reputation for himself while puu-  lishiug the S.mdou Taystreak, is  now publishing tlio Edmonton  Ci pi tal.  The chances are good for Cranbrook getting the Kootenay bon-  *piel thib winter. The curlers  will meet at Nelaon ou December  7 lli to decide.  Imperial Sank of Canada.  Capital  Authorized-  Capital Subscribed-  -,$10,000,000.00  ���.-^',575,000.60  ..-'..-5,330,000.00  .... -5.330.000.00 ���  J  a Capital Paid Up���������-���-  a Reserve   Fund��������� ���  1 A    BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  2 Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. ,'Kamloops, Michel, J New   Miche1  |. Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.                |  * Drafts and Money Orders sold avaiblc. in any          ��,  I A             part of the World                                 i  % Savings  Bank Department.  .                      1  5 Interest allowed on deposits from  date  ol'yleposit.               ��  I MOYIE BRANCH.           H.  W. SUPPLE,  Manager.   I  W*0 >�������������# ����.��#������ ������������_>��o��i��ff����M*������*��**��8��^*'c����*<B��s  Tho statement is given out that  within two years the bridge  across the second, narrows at Vancouver ^yill be completed and that  trains and street cars will be  crossing, it.  The largest power plant in East  Kootenay will be erected on the  falls of the Elk river, not far below the town of Elko- It will be  on a par with the plant of the  West Kootenay Power and Light  Company at Bonnington falls, and  will supply power and light for  as many towns and mines in Eat-t  Kootenay as the Bonnington  plant does in West Kootenay.  The plant Svill be in operation  within two or three years, if the  scheme as uow planned is carried  out. '  v  Skating Rink Assured  The many lovers of skating in  Moyie aro practically assured of  having the use of the rink near  the St. Eugene mill this winter.  The rink is ready to be flooded as  soon as tlie cold weather sets in.  It is proposed to have au organization of volunteers who will tako  their turn in Hooding the rink  and keeping the snow off. In  this way there will be little or no  expense in connection with it.  Au intermediate hockey team will  be organized.  their own. The total value of all  the property of these American  associations now exceeds $00,000,-  000���a sum that -probably equals  the value of all tho real estate  owned by the medieval churches  of western Europe during the  wealthiest days of that; churchf5-^  An interesting letter on the  Kootenays appears in the last issue of the Enterprise published  at Chesley, Ontario. It is writton  by Rev.' R. Atkinson, who conducted evangelistic services here.  The letter was written during  his stay here.  The Yale Election  Premier MeBride has resigned  his seat in Yale to which he was  elected with a vory large majority over Stuart Ileudersoii at tho  general election a year age, Tho  date of nomination and election  will be made public during the  course of tlie present week and it  may be predicted that the choice  of the electors of Vale will be  made known beforo tho ciose  the present mouth.  of  Methodist Anniversary  E. A. Bill Moving  b  The old, old story, told times  without number, and repeated  over and. over again for the last  8(i years, but it is always a welcome story to those in search of  health���rThei'e is nothing in the  world that ourca cony.Ira und-colds  as quickly'' as (Jhumberlaiu's  Qotigh   Remedy..      Sold   by   the  ���E..A. Hill is coinpleting arrangements for moving to Cranbrook  and intends getting away from  here the latter part of next week.  A good portion Of ��� his stock of  gents'- furnishings will'be taken  over by J. W. Fitch, and the bal-  ai.ice of his stock will be taken to  Cranbrook. Mr. Hill has rented  his house to Ed. .Nordman, foreman at the St. Eugene.  Moyie Pi-ug-ifc Stationery Co.  The Jv and II cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  ellent flavor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  Anniversary services will bo  held in thc Mothodis.t church next  riunday. Tho service at 11 a. m.  will bo e-pecially for boys nnd  girls and at 7:o0 m the evening  thero will be a special musical service, the following music selections to be used;  A Anthems���How Lovely is  Ziou;  Sing Jehovah's Praises. '  Quartette���Just "Where I Am,  Duet���My Lord and I. Sung  by Miss Patrick and Mrs. Miller.  Hymns���How Pirm a Foundation; Onward Chistian Soldiers:  Abide With Me.  Stanley Peck, the splendid organist from   Cranbrook, will   pre-  Sverybody  Smith who will call today." The  cashier's curiosity became suspicious when a cabman assisted  into the bank a .drunken "fare"  who shouted that he was John  Smith and wanted some , money-  Two clerks pushed, pulled and  piloted the boisterous individual  into a private room away from  the sight and hearing of ^ regular  depositors.' - The cashier wired  the country bank:  ,"Mau claiming to be John  Smith is- here. Highly intoxicated. Shall wa wait identification?" ' ,  The answer read: "Identification complete. Pay the money."  ���Success.  duets, choruses, etc., will be given.  Tickets for both, 50 cents; concert alone 25 cents.   Don't miss it.  Make Many Offers  Sixteen offers of marriage aud  hundreds of offers from theatrical booking agent's have been  made to Ethel L^neve since her  acquittal ou the charge of being  an accessory to the murder - of  Belle - Elmore by Dr. Harvey  Crippen."  What Kept'   Him From Church  1  ir  Lame back comes on suddenly  and is extremely painful. It is  caused by rheumatism of the  muscle. Quick relief is afforded  by applying Chamberlain's Liniment Sold by tho Moyie Drug &  Stationery Go.  ".Mrs. O'Rooney," said Fathf>r  McMurphy, '"why do I never see  Patrick at church now?"  Mrs. O'Rooney shook her head  badly.  "Is it Socialism?"  "Warse than that your reverence."  "What is it, then?"  ���'Rheumatism."  U  lh  'A  Fifty Fesr�� tho Siss&siimrgi  '839  side at   the  welcome.  organ.  /'  I'i  1 i  -I  Ail  !  f I  !;1 *�����'  THE   MO TIE   LBADBR  EIIEtXilAnSl.   CUSED!  Zatn-Buk WiU Give You Relief!  \V1 en \ mi haw suir deep .-.cited p;i ��  lu the joint ���-, the back, the vM-i-db or  i-l-i-nhoK-. place a liberal Mipply of Zam-  )! il, on thc fingei.-- or mi ihe palm of  i In- li.iinl Mini nib it in. Tho penetrat  Uiir jiow i-i of Ihie: C'lnhiocaliftii lwlin " is  v��-i_v   nn.il.     It  Kill.-, p.mi and  iohiovo-  i     j  I     I  r't  fd>  J-   T  ;4  1 j  r ��� ��".���"       -���  -   &,*" . - -       '"  "-  W ' '     ,  ��� tiH. ' ���        '  ��� i"r l      c��� -  w.  Si,-,-'- 'I  fan--,; ��� ���  Vrt, ,  <!=  Mnin.--; Mii. ri.Pm- Wj.Ut, of 2.">j  ticiv Avenue. I_TifjJtj-v.il, .nL>i>: ''1 havel  uni'iid Znin I lu k lim.-d -sdolhing and v'.Uu  .iblo in .i voiy bid tviM- ol liicuniiitibiii, J  ,itni alio ioi hli'li ��ct-s (if jiiinln .snd  j-iu-��1os. 1 Huffc-red long Ami ,i< utely  f rum rheumatism, and tiii'd inn- liniment,  utei anofhoi in vuui 1 also look medi-  < in-", internally, but it icnuined for  >:,! in P.iik ly ell'tvA :i I'm iv I began ap  (dying tliis b.-tlru v. benov or J_jVlt tho  il-lios and p.-iinh uf ilieumnl it-,111 coming  on, or ioit hiiv of llii: hlill'iii'SK The t��-  Milt w.ih truly n underfill Z.iin-HuK-  ���M-.'iut'd In poneO.iio, to the.ceiy --oat of  tho pains, during tliem completely ont,  nnd J ,n" now quite emed.'"  So, m.iiij    of   lin-   onlinuiy   oivjlimeu-  lio-is    ind" "liniuioiii.s    .no    imperfectly  pi'opniod    and    Jiiit    Mifln'it'iitly 'refined  to   pencil a _p  even   the  sKin ���iniicli   loss,  tlio   nndeilying   ��ti��im io.-        7.,-un Kul>   i->  inlally dilloienl.    Z.nn Kult ih m> refined,  .-ind  its oi-ieuyci.  and juieuh mo so run-  conirate-l,  thai   vv'lieji   nibbed   into  the  , inuselch fiu-'jiiciun.itf.-ni. bi'ittini.^pr.tin.  ��-ti\.'it* oftoot  ii \iiry ipiio.kly, lolt  n     'If rubbed on to Un- obi-M .tint between  ���   1 he  -boiildei-'  in   cn-d  at bad  cold   on  rlie   ohoM,   tf-un-Muk    will   frivo   relief.  Apart i rym  its  Uhe as an  embrocation,  aZairoftuU  will  be  fou'id  n euro for al!  ordinary   1'oims (it  skin disease ajid injury     "ft   cores   cc?o,iua.   l/ihbus,   ring  warm, oola-i-orert, iiI-'cm  iibtn-ehKim, eluip-  pi'd 'bund-.,   pib.vj,   viiricohp yohis,   cuts,  burns,  brui'-ei,  eCc. '   All  druggi"th  nnd  stV'rch nr  SOc,  oj   j>��-s'   free  fiom   Ziun  HnK   t'ro..   Tfuonlo.   I'm    pi ice.'    llofu.-.e  iliarniful  iiinratioius."  A'  ^('OTI-'U   laird   oni-o   s-iid   to   bis  .-.ervaia John, who had complained iof his temper: '  ���-1  am  sure, John, it  1-, nae suuoi   on  ilian   'tit. off."                           '  "Aye."  oaid  John; /'but,  laird,  it's  nae -uner ofi",thi'i it's on."  TUK eleetiii \ entilatinj; fan on the  wall of tin- restaurant vraii wluz-  /.tug sound. A gentleman who had  dined'oxl runiely'well sat looking at ii  for home, time.'  'I   "Waiter,"   be ' coniplaiui-d   at    J^M,  "that clock '. fast. " '  H  O. SSTISK bad leached home  a.in  at 2.:;o  wife   \eiv  1'olis.li   for  brown  (j,  bill* to. -  -This leeipe  ���was sent by a contributor, who mud that  be had in-ed-il. tor yaixrk in the boot  trade and found it. excellent. .Scrape otT  two ouiki'si oi' \tecs\vtiKK place it in a  jar witii oho'gill,'it t uipentipe, and'disJ  Aolve it ,l��v boat. \\'hi:n cold, sipjilf/ this  to Lbc boot-.niisiiie' a flannel. Polish by  ' rubbing well iv'ib the- palm nt tbe  band      ���*-' r ������    , ��� - .,  To do.slioy ,alll.s:   (I.) Slightly inoiuten  ,i" l.-uge-holedAipongi' iind 'fiprinkle'sugar  1   over.it.'   The   nut*   -will   ro "after   the  sugar until  tbe sppngo is lull, wheir it  can   be  lifted  up   and 'dropped juto   a  fb4sini.of 'boiling  water ��� (i)   Heat  to-  ', gelher in an eaitbe.uware vessel, Wll dts-  polved, half a pound of ti.xrer'pt sulphur  and four ounces of p'olasli     Allow tbo  ''inixluio lo cool, tli cm infuhi- with water,  and applv "to the infe.stod place.--(3)-  Soalt tbe strongest tobacco, .such as shag,  in water till the rtifusiiou smells sliongly  and ^piinkle A well o\c-i Uie haunts of  tlie insects.     ' > '  ?, ���   , '     '  "THE DEAD HAS.COMETOUFE"  <    A "FRUJT-A-T1VES" MIRACLE ��� ' ,  and.i found    hi  nuieb  awake. ' f*   f  ".\ou, deli','" said, the belated man,  ratbei tbickh, ''don't'llv tip in'tbe  air." i' r ,   "   '    .  ' "Audi why, pray."' 3'ery deliberately  inquired the imilnpi of t bis joys 'and  Nurowti.   breathing   hard/  "lioenubo you might tiifrin^e tbe  t'liii'i iWngh! nuithei>' patciH^., nty  dear," eimekled Jloynter. jiiht beloro  she aviated  .    ,  When they stood beforo tbe Venus de  Medici's na^ed lowliness .(^J \iewed  the' statue-quo beauty of tbe Apollo  Hclvodoie, i'aliiidy took on an ashy  hue. So'thoughtfully was. .she polishing  her silver-rimmed spectacles us. tbey  left lbc building, hei mistress was  moved to inquire whether wbe likwl 'it  all.  "Yes, 'uni," Aunt Malindy responded, cheerfully, -Miked il well, 'nough,'  only 7'so" powerful glad dar uui't-uono  ei my color in dar1 ''        ., '  r I  IX an linjjlish town a gentleman and a  countryman   approached  a. cage  in  ' tbo travelling sson from opposite  ���*1 ii eel ions. This cag* contained a veiy  tieice looking kang.nop. ��� t ���  Tbe countlyinan gazed at tlie wild  aiumaJ'for a few moments with mouth  and eyes wide open, nnd then, turning  t" the gentleman, lie asked: '  "What kind of animal is tbat?"  "Ob.*' replied tho genUeman, "that  is a native of Anstuilia.'' ���    ���  The count t\ man covered bis eves with  his bands as be exclnuriod in liorroi:  ,"\Vell.  well'     Jlr Ms,lor  married  one  of thein' "     '  many old people wbo speak only Gaelic,  though they usually understand Epglisb  Highlands." In different towns of the  Dominion there are Gaelic Societies and  Gaelic clashes, but tbe study of the  language is pursued rather as a pastime  or irom motives of sentiment- than because .it is in any sense a necessity tor  com muni eat ion with the Highlanders of  Canada.  There is' one ancient settlement of  Highland .Scots, near Murray Bay, on  the St. JLawionce,' winch has adopted  French instead of Kuglish. It was  formed of disbanded boldiers soon alter  tbe British conquest of Canada, and  oilieors and moii intermarried With the  1-Veucb Canadians, adopting their lau  guage nud'habits so eojiip'ofoly that,  though tbey bear such names as Blackburn,. Warren,  _vfcL.eai.  an'I   MoNJcholl,  their  deifcendaijts   uto  ts    as    l-'rencb    as  spec  aipund  al!  the  them.  T  IIJ'KK  is ft  storv   told, of a   l-'iencb  poet    who   inquiied   of-his   friend!  ,   aud   Uattorer  what   be.  thought,, ot  his last   work. "    ' '  "1 havo ariived at lhe'tiflecnl'h,oan  to," be rejilied with enthusiasm, "and  jthink 'theie )s nothing more beautiful  and baimoniou-i' m the language. "  "J'ardon me. there is one thing,,','  said tbe poet, ' '  "Ah. perhaps vou mean' Chatcatibii  and's. 'Atala'?" " "  "C'ortninly not, 1 mean my sixteenth  canto.'" ', ' .<i(<-  - . .. , t  M' AKK TWAIN" hated a gloomy nittii.  Once, at a banquet, a gloomy man  sat opposite him   This- man w,ould  smile at tho most' amusing Jokes. ���  '' What's thc matter with you?-'' cried  Mark Twain,- ."The stones ^an- ,all  good.   Why don't you laugh?'''<  "Ah. sir," said ,(be gloomy man,  ���' bow ca'n I laugh when 1 remember  that" every< time that 1 breathe a soul  passes into the Great Beyondf'  "Good gracious1 '", said tlie humorist,  ������did you ever try'cloven?"   (  Wf  KEEN  ,Pre  ^s, tbe  is uot  humoi.'  theologian  though  he  ebondary   Webb-Peploo  ' 'without a strong-vein, of  Thoie' is  at Story   told- of diow   at  a  Church congress he was ouee intiqduc.ed  to  a 'City   stockbroker,   who ibegan   tiO  enlarge upon his ovyn business capabili-  tigs.and to deplore tho lack of initiative!  in the modern British youth,  i '/Why,'.' he, said   "when 1 landed in  tins  country  1   was   without  a  cent   :n  mv pockets.''   .       , .       .' ,  '���'Ves,'���'    said    i ebondary   Webb-Top-  loo,  "butj tbere fjvere  other  poeltets "  A .-'���'���  ,��� J  . T I ' '  THE fanner's wife was gieatly stiy  red up' by the agitation ot the  women's rights*' question. t One,  e\cuing tbe o'M lady was1 condemning  tbo iinen in vOry strong terms Iind ei1  prebsing'b'crself' in favor _of,women'a  voting. , -   /'      .   ",  The   old   man   got   tired   of   it.  dlopped   his   spectacles,"  put   down  pappr, and exclaimed.)   , ,_, * ^  "Maremiy!     Tho  men   hev made  lo gov ci n this kentiy cvei since Robin  son   Giusop   discovered  it,   and   I   guess  I hoy will  for a sooJl longer, so .vou keep  still " ,  <i *     '  ' t       "-  IfliX Chief Justice, Chase chose to  unbend    liimsolf.   he    could    bo  witty as well as wise.  At   a   social   gathering  in   his   bouse,  when   be   was   Secretary   of   War,   tho  i-nb.jeet of taxation having been mooted,  n   distinguished>,naval   officer   present  said   he  bad  paid  all, his  la.xes except  t hcinconie-tax. . ,  "I have a little property." said he,  "which lirings me iu a yearly rental,  bul Ibo t,'ix-g,'ifborers have not .spotted  ir.' T do not know whether I oi5gbt,to  let the thing go oil* that way or not.  What would you do-iC you. wore in my  place, Mr. .Chase?!' �� '���**.,  /There was a ineiry twinkle'* in rh,e  eyes of ATr. Thase as be answered:"  <"I. think it <i.s 'the duty of every  man to live unspotted as lojig as he  can."   , ., ' ~ ' ����� \  THE  SCOT  IN  CANADA    K  THE Scot in Canada as ubiquitous, as  a   glance' at  the   map   will-, show.  MRS. 4AMES FENWICK    '  "Snterprise, <5nt^ October rst, 1908.  "I suffered tbrfcres for seven long  years from   a Water Tumor.    I was -  forced lo take morphia constantly to '  relieve the awful pains, and I wanted to.  die to get reliefl   "The doctors gave me  up and my friends hourly expected iny  death.   Then �� -��as induced to take  "Fruit-a-tives" and this wonderful fruit  medicine   has "cilinpletely cured  me.  When I appeared! on the etrcet again  my  friends  exclaimed  'The dead  haa  ������ come to life.'    Ifhe cure was a positive  .miracle.' *     MRS. JAMES FENWICK.  150c a box���6 for $2.50���or trial box,  25c.   At dealers  or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  A  IjKKV.MAN'    bad   been   for  '   Home  Save Money  Dress Well  Try (tl  Simple as WaflhlitQ  with  JUST  TKINX OF IT I  Oy., Wool Coll ��n M'k or Mixr,l c;^od�� P.rloctJy  wnSilt* *>\Mt !���>' S3 ^h.nte <.' tnt.lal... X *.t  1 -11! !!ran���fL>l i < Ifir. ,-\^rm, mm. .out DruKSl.1 Of  OY.I.f s, ,,J l..r Color ( *M .n^ S rw,l.V Ht^i.lrt 7i  11.    Iflui.oti-Jtlch.ftl.ot   Co,   L^i.iileil     M,mtr����t  time  displeased with  the  quality  of   Ihe   milk  ' <crved    him.      .M  loniigth   he   detoimined   to   lenioustiatii  v, 11h   bis   milkm.in   for   supplying   sltfb  nnwoithy  sliiil  lie began  mildly - l  "I'\e boon wanting to s-ee you with  legaid to the quality of tho milk with  which yon  J10 serMiig me. "  "Yes, ssii." uneasily .uiswt-i.od the  milkiiian.  ���'I only wanted to say,'' continued  tbo-minister, that 1 use the milk tor  drinking pm poses exclusively, ^ind not  for . hi'stoning.''  From east, to west, from north to  south. Scottish names are sown broadcast over the'" Dominion. ' Inverness,  Aberdeen, and Dundee, each has^at least'  four namesakes, in Canada,; and there  aie burns and braes and lochs innumerable.- A (multitude 'of 'other place-names  commemorates 'Scottish or Scots-Cirna-  diau soldiers, governors, pioneers, explorers, heroes of &*J descriptions. Many  of the fur traders, who (unwillingly  enough) opened the 'country to tho  colonists, were Scots; ,heiiee the names'  of tho noble Mackenzie and Eraser  Rivers, and of othpr places- called atter  those who' discovered them. Some living Scotsmen who have done good service for,, tbe Dominion .have received  similar honors. For' instance, the fast-  growing town of Strathcona and thc  '���'Su Donald" peak in tbe -Rocky Mountains both remind tbe traveller of Loid  Strathcoua,' thc veteran High Commissioner of Canada in England '  Lt wa�� toward? tbo close of tlie' eigh^  teentb century, when thousands of Highlanders  were' evicted  from   their  little  holdings   tjy   rapacious   landlords,   that  the Scottish 1m1r1igr.ition .to *A"ova Scotia  .ind   Canada   began . irr uainest.     Cape  Breton" Island   was   largely   settled   by  llighlandeis;   and   in,'l&O.'i   tbe   philaii-,  thfopie Tjord Selkirk brought out a' mini  ' ber  of   irn fortunate   crofters   to 'Prince  J liduan'l island     JLaler he planted Scot-  somoiti-b  eoloii'Cs in   Uj>|)"r  Canada "and   on  llr  bis  out  &  VLKLiiNlA girl, who went io  Wafchiugton. D.C��� ro.cenrly'foi a  visit, .Lolls a stoiy of bet old  negio ���'mammy." Aunt "Malindy, wbo  accompanied her to town in the capacity of maid.  It seems that tbey went tbiougb the  Coieoran Ait Gallery during their staj-j  and every stop of the way the elderlv  and provincial colored woman givvv  nioro ind 111010 scnndab'od by what she-  saw  N'ot one woid was s,(id. but by eloquent guints and sighs hoi disappiov.il  was maritestod, until thev ontoied tbo  hill oi sculpture, whole her Coolings  giovv  too deep for wouls  Tnr DrnjctOrt Will Tell T����  Marine Eye Reirs*dy Relieves Soro Eyea,  Btrengthens W��ak Byes Doesn't Bmart,  Soothes Eye Pain, and Sells tor 50c. Trr  Murine In "Sour Eyes and In Baby��  Kves for E>^ly  Eyellda and Grstnula-Uon.  _SaBffilf_iE_?___gSffiaE��SSSSSBa!t!i>B��!^  FOR   THAT NEW HOUSE  The Empire Brands of  Wall Plaster  H/iM-KACTtJIJElJ OM,Y BY  The  Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited  Does tne  your nieajs ?  Kiiili  ^^-&S;'___^|  'aiid youwon  tn'.-itj.yniu- foc,:>d i  he-a: of i.lie K A  evjK-i-i: cli'.-mistK  '-"-i-.j'./rists in C;uuida.  t-ii them yer, st-tic  i'i- DBUC. AND Ch  the li'od liivei, near where Winnipeg  now stands, nnd thus laid the found.!  tions of tbe Province of Manitoba.  Brave, baid.v, and not easily disheartened, the Scots in Canada havo again  euid again piov'cd their 'value as pion-  eoi s. but not in this way only. Men  of Scottish .blood fought ' under Wolfe,  defended Quebec from the attacks ot  the American licvoluUoni.sts, and 'did  valiant service against tbe invaders in  tbe war of IS I J. J11 times when a satisfactory form oi colonial,, government  was .ill to seek, Scots plaved leading  parts in the struggle for liberty, and in  these calmer days not a few Canadians  gratefully remember' poor, blundering,  hot-headed William Lynn Mackenzie. In  moie locent j oars the work ot Scottish  statesmen in (\mada has been varied  and valuable. To' mention but one  achievement In1-' 1SC>7 tbe con fedora  tion of the provinces was brought about  by the united action of the old time  rivals, Ceoige Brown and John A. M*ae-  donald (both Scotsmen), wbo at a griffon] moment agreed to sot aside their  differences.1  Of Canadian authors, one of the e.tr  host to win wide recognition was Judge  JTahburton (creator of "Sam Slick, tho  Clockmakpr"); and he traced back bis  ancestry to a Scottish Border family,  from which Sir Walter Scott v\ lis also  descended. Of the groat educational 111  stmihons or Canada, many, including  tho [iniv-ernities "of Manitoba, Toronto.  MtGill hi Montreal, and Dalhousie in  Nova Sqotia. owe a vast debt to Scots  men  In 1!K��1 about ftOO.OOO persons, or  rather more (ban one seventh of tbo  population of tbo Dominion, counted as  Scots Ot those, over S3.000 had been  born   111   Scotland Since   that   lime,  vvhih loss rh-ih :P),i)00 Irish immigrants  have settled in Canada, ibo number  1 rom Si oil.ind h-is exceeded lUO.OOO. of  whom _���_ per cent have settled on home  ���li His   in   tin    West  In some respects the Scots appear 10  adapt t tie ,|sp|w.s, readily to a new on  v iionni'-iit. but tbey h-ivo a great cling  nig to old in-itoiris and traditions, and  1 o'ltact with other races does not soon  ��� flare their national iharactorist ics \n  lmirugrani. having come from ''the unci  ��� it In own lienth and shaggy wood,'- in  his e.i rlv childhood,, often remains 10  old. age-'distinc.tivoly Scots, and trans-  liiits to children and grandchildren .the  y.oltniarked   traits  of  his   race.  A large-proportion'of Scots-Canadians  are'of Highland blood, 'In .earlier, days  tbey often established themselves together in considerable communities, but  now tbey are scattered nil over the Dominion, from ���Vancouver to fjape Breton  Island, and over-, year sees'them-, liiore  widely clistrib'il'-.!. In, the West, tlio  immigrant from the glens of old. Scotland' often takes up land far from any-  other bpinestoadcr of his own race, and  if . he arid hjs family speak Xluelic  amongst themselves, they rpilckly learn  Knglisb for general use. In some, remote  districts'of Canada there are even now  to some extent, but tho, number of these  is -diminishing, annually. In parts of  Capo. Breton. Island Gaelic is as much  spoken,   it   is,,said,   as  in   tho   Scottish  TEN TONS OF FOKEST SEEDS  rilllh; United States Department of  -l Agriculture is using this year ou  the national founts moie than ten  tous of tree seed. Most nf this seed has  already been pUuted.cu -vown. The rest  will be utilized later, .is InvdrabJc conditions are presented. '  It takes a great many tree seeds to  make ten tons. Jack pine, the most  important.'tre,Q, ��or planting in the Xo  braska sand bills, will average some-  thiug,Jike IS.IjOOC" to the pound.- Of  western 'yellow pine, the tree most extensively planted throughout'the nation*  al fort-st's as a whole, 111,000 seed make a  pound. Altogether the ten tons of seed  used this-year represent perhaps throe  hundred million"single seeds. '  ' , If every seed could Ijo depended on to  produce a young tree suitable for.plaiit  ing,' the result - would bo a supply of  nursery stock- sufficient to plii'nt t'hroo  .hundred .thousand acie'- of Inndybut no  such* result, can 1 bo luoked for, because  (bany seods do not germinate. 'Most of  .the,seed will be sown, either broadcast  or,in seed-spots, or planted with acorn-  planter^'directly in flip place where tho  trees aro to^stand,' ''   , ',.,-.'  ,*, ISyen when (nursery stock fis Taised.Ja  liberal'alloyvance must be made for loss.  In'.the lirst -placeryi considerable,"per.  cenlitgc? of.' the seeds (vv,ili b,c found to  he'inlVrtilc. ' Of those ivhich-gerininatOj  many will' die.'bel'orc ithey",lcave tbe  nursery |beds, and riiiiny more* will'-be  lost in transplant!n'g.' 1/ from a pound  of western yellpw-pine seed that 'contains 10,000 indivilual seeds J.O0O three-  year-old transplants are , available for  field-planting, the 'Department of..Agriculture, will have obtained-satisfactory  i-esultsy"'-| " *c",      *' .  There* are now, t.vveuty-l"6ur, national  forest nurseries, having an annual productive capacity of over eight million  seodl(ings. But there aie many millions  of-acres of old, burns on' the national  forests which are waiting to be-rostock-  ed, and some quicker and cheaper ,1110th-  od than 'hthe actual planting of nursery-  grown trees, is urgently needed. There--  foie, ther foresters .aio'.inaking experiments on a .large scale with .different  methods of direct,sowing and planting,-  ti nd. most of the see.d g-it he red, tast year  was obtained'for this,tiso.     - .'   '  Broadcasting ha's'already .been fourfti  to give good results 5u some regions. It  vyus first tried in-the Black Hills' ot  South Dakota,yvith an encouraging outcome'*'' To broadcast an acre ,of land  w'vfh 'yellow ' pi no' seerl about eight  pounds of seed is used. One ,of. the most  formidable drawbacks to this method  is the extent to which Ibo seed ifia*y bo  consumed by birds'and rgdenU. l rt'��.tbo  seaspn happen1^,to be one 111 which food'  for these animals is scarce, tbe loss-is  very heavy. The problem of control,  of animal posts, such' 'as field-mice.'  ground-squirrels, and gophers, which cat  the tree seeds,.and also tho further problem of pi eventing the depredations of  iiibbits, which arc altogether too fond  of the little tiees themselves, ,whether  nuii-ery transplants or Hold-grown 'seedlings, js leooiving the attention of tho  biological Suiv-ov e-vport��, of (lie Do  paituiuiit ot Agiicultnro.  1 In some localities the department has  had to pure base seed, butrmost of that  used is gathered by Forest S01 vice imen  themselves. The cost of gathering has  varied i01 I lie different regions from  thirty fi\-i_> cents fo one dollar a pound.  As a mle rhe seed is collected in the fall  months when most conifers ripen their  seed 1'aitic-s of three or four men ordinarily work togethci. Wheio lumber  ing is i'i progress tbe collectors follow  from the felled trees. In standing tuu  her, the task is much more arduous. The  men must 01 ten climb tall pines A.n<\ pull  the cones from the branches as best they  can. Where these aro on ((hr. ovtro:ni-  tios aud beyond the roach of the hand,  pinning shears ;ire used. The cones aio  diopped to the giound and then gather  ediinto buckets nnd transferred to sacks,  in which tbey are carried to a central  point foi  furtbei, treatment.  'The oxti.-if-tion of the seeds is tedious  Hither than difhe>ilt. In some cases the  (ones' aio spread out upon sheets in tho  sun. when, after a time, tbey open and  the seeds diop out; in other cases.it is  noiessary 1<> rosoit to aititicial boal.  This i�� applied by placing tbe conrs up  on trays with screen .bottoms and rais  ing tbe temperature of the room to tlio  proper degree. The cones open, tho  winged seeds fall out. and the seed is  afterward separ.-.fcd from the wings  ���iii.I dirt by a fanning mill A good  many seeds have been removed from  tho cone by,hand, but this is a s,,yo trial  to tho fingeis i,t the picker-., and .wi ex  ceedingly   slow   process. ^  m ��� '  THE  TIME,   THE  PLACE,  AND  THE  WEED  I   hive  the  '-ight   of a  poor  cigai  When   seen   in   its   proper   place,  A   tearward   seat   in  an   open   car.  And stuck in  ,1 stranger's  face'  WITH  every   tea son   comes  up   the  regular complaint  of the dofoc-1  tive character of (bo score cai'd  at the iivoragc trotting im-efing and the  woeful lack of iu formal ion 'which they  should'have.     Wo   will   admit   that   the  average'secretary has much'to contend  with  and   thai   owners.   o\   trainers  wbo  e-nter-.tbe   hoises,   seldom   comply   with  tbe   mle.   which   requires   the.m. lo   give  ihe   pedigrees of   the  horses   nominated  .other   re-   or'to say  thai   tbey aie   unknown,  but  habitants   there can bo iioVxcin-e for a score card  in  which  all tbe podigreos( aie ignored  and even iu many cases even the eoltn  and  sex of the entries arc  omitted.  AVe have.before us'several of these  unfortunately not choice spe-fiineiiH of  turf litenitme and can easily 'iiudoi-  stand how and why it is.tbat tbe average spectator derivesino inlelliirent in  forest in the tact's, lt 'ho is 11 studoul  of lnoediug; ho is hopelessly in the  daik for neither tbo she, or flic dam,  or her,sup appear on the piogrnin. The'  vigila'it reporter may.'after a good deal  if, time and trouble," get them al! fight  for his report, liut tbo public is left in  tho, dark. .The'- next, important omis-  sion 'is placing the imnibers ot' the driv-  oi.sion the- score oaid ,"�� that the sjiec  fator vi,oultl thus be iiblu to identify (he  horses. Tbo public als'o'like to know  the linings of the driveis. and that is  ajsto onyttod or simply" I be name of tho  man 'nominating - put, su'inr-tiines the  name, of �� firm ami often the name, of  (be flu in -where thev. were bred. " ,.  ' ' c " -        1 1  , All 'tbisyciiir be' obviated"ami' grand  improvement made at small expense by  followiug the ' Lexington plan. , Every  drivoi musiywear 11 i.oloVed jacket and  cap.,. If ho .has not gol_ rhcui the, club  provides them.' -The 'programnio not  only gives the color's'but'also tlie numbers! on the drivers "arms," so that every  driver i.s identified -as .woll as' the  horse bo drives. ,TI��o^ spectator, "fn,u  thus, vylitob ,'J,h'o. progress of tlje race  with JiitoiostAijid unless itii a Very close  i'i nihil'���can pick out the horses as, they  go uuder, ,-tho vvire as easily as. the,  .judges. There'I'an bo little sporting  pleasure in'seeing a,field of unidentified  horses'trot. 01 pane; around, a track, and  have to-wait'for the formal 'announce.'  ment "of the names; of the place'd horses  pefciic!. the onlooker I'an mark his jioorp  card.v" Yet (t'liiit is "nxnctly'-ibe,''itate of  aiTairs���ou aj.irgc nuinber of tracks from  the beginning to tbe end of the season  and ofiiciajs woudui, why the" occupants  of tbe grand' stand manifest yo little  enthusiasm. . The wonder is that ft hoy  show any i��"t all ���/.-<���������> -  ' "With regatAl t'o pedigrees, . the rule  (NTo. -),is very explicit. It states .''The  entry shall giVr the 11.11110. and arTflress  oJ the owjii'r/also'tlie name' and color  of, tlie horse. ,I he' name of the sire and  dam if-know-H and'-if unknown,-it shall  be so stated.-" A, fine of from *a~, to $50  may bo iVillictod for not,complying with  this nile' ."-Thatris just where the little  joker conies in. The owner fails*to sepd  (be pt-jligict'- and'-rhe secretary will not  make-a complaint, which might resulf. in  a line ta_!k,,)inincr. wbo twas'niaking  several entries to Ins. meeting.' ,11", this  rule,was'strictly enforced, many 11.ring  4ing case could" have lu<en''exjloiW.. 113  soon"as.tho entrv] lisls'Voaebed the of-  iices of the 'parent, association.' I'lverv  association 'gains a' certain' 'amount of-,  .revenue from th'e progrmnuie privilege,,  and they: should insistythnt;' the -iiiaji  who Jills it, sho-ild see tin:, ovvneis, and  'got i'iII the nocossjirv iiifnrniativli about  the  liorso��.  while'tbe scrreHarj   sb<uibl  be able to'give all tbo information  to colors' and numbers. /There is  excuse  for a porn score card.  NATURE'S   STONE-CRUSHER  iN" the evolution of ber geological ai.d  other 1 fcntiiioK, Nature presents  *��� many- curious pjienomeiia. ��� To tbe  thoughtful iiivestigator there is n'very  HMiiaikalfle instance, to be soon ill 4 .lull  of broken volcanic, rock pituatod near  the cUy 01 Houobilu. The hili; in the  distnet of "Kaitnuui. is several bundled  feet high, and, as fur as it ha'n boon  opened up, is composed in great pari  of finely divided lava, slightly adherent, but cruuibling readily under slight  pressure/ Not only is it finely .broken  up, but, it is to'a great decree sorlyd  out as if it bad been separated by' a  graduated sieve, the purlielos langlng  iu csjyo from ooiuse dust, up to an inch  6r so in iliitineter. The giiMiter'part of,  tlio'pieces ,-iro'cyliiulrical in ���dinpp, with  sb:ir|i edges, as 1 hough they bud bt'/jn  formed J>,v repetifoilly ' breaking ' ml'  (broiitls or ropes of very liquid lav.i.  Tbe mosy"euriims'iiYnt.nri> of the deposit  is its homogeneity.' Hundreds of wagon  loads of uny pnrt'icnliir size may roltdily  lie obtuincd, the sire varying'111 dilft-i  ClitAiiarts of tlio Kill", h'nl I bat in any  oik; spoi.bejiig uniform. 'A pit has been  lug in the sido ofitbo bill from fifly to  hundred   feet Jit'' widlb andidepth,  Externally 01 Internally, it is Good.���  Wheu applied oxternnlly- by brisk rub1-  bmg, Dr. Thomas' Kc loo trio Oil opens  the ppios nnd penetrates tlie'ti-jsue as  few li id moots do.'t'>u< lung Hie '���vu t of  the trouble and immediately tttioiding  relief Adiniiiistcrod inloi 11 allV; "it will  still the irritation 111 the riiroat which  induces coughing and will cine afTo<-  tinn.-kif dho ljroncbial tubes and inspiratory 01 gnus      Tiy  it. und, bo  lonvjiicod.  one  and several hundred feet * in .'length  from ,,wll'K-ll thonsiiuidl- of roiHv.hiiTii?  been taken ,for toad construction, iu, the  vicinity.' lt���js noj known 'bow di>(-p  the deposit gbe-s., bn,t apparently it has  considerable  depth.'-.'      - '   .''','-,    /  This broken traji'.rock makca.excellent macadam roads, the jjoarsjjt , varieties rii^iiigf used, 'for' tJie''fonndat^ous  und the'finer ones for the 'top layer-',  l-'or. sonje reason Jit' is- said' tiy'bo itv'--  suited t'orK lise iif jiiakiug concrete,  though it is'not known,-1 hut a thorofigb  .trial has been' made-o1*'5t-fnr"thi.s' piir-  pose,; .; ' ,j ' ,., >',-,- r V ' '.  ... Many eoujocturesf have beun miide ;vrt  to'the manner'in- which this deposit1  was formed.. It' was- .midouhtedly made  by 11 flow of vervypCjuid lava, blpwu out  of tlio adjacent'crater by steam or gas  under lieavy prcMiire,Hull bow ftc canio  to *bo br'oken./intfi.'.su.oh' ipmnutios of  uniformlfy 'sliTipod^and lizoif fragments  'ip.beyoiiilieoiijcctmr*...1.    ' ". ."'   ,._'N  , 'The, Sharp, edges'and, /rosli" .-jurfiu-os1  Df thc fragments present'an nppou,'rnnn>  of, having broken bur yo.sterduy, hut, jt  is staged by geologi��t!s who*'have siti-  diftd the erosion"fln'd 'other features' of  tlK'CQuntry that the deji'osit has existed  in its present"condition for-ouV'or, two  million .vea'rs.   -       ",' *''���      J*''  ....      ......u,^      , ,j    ii.,iy,i     1 1(1'    ..J  The, best Hninieiit for g-no  u.sc is '^Verviiiiui,'- which  jiositivo guariintoo, to cine  Neryiliiic is sure to euio  it is immensely Mrouget t)  inonts,  because it  is mi,i<<  Are You Using  An Oily Liniment*  Beware of Any Thick, Greasy _,������,���  "  ;  That Contains Acids and strm,?^1  Ammonia **  No doctoi  would think <���  ���r  a   greasy,   thick,   u,.,,,,,,,,,.,   I,.,. ",>'  '��>'^��-��n;tj.oiM.tw1*.,n,d,,M^"Z^-  ure unable to ieavb tne -���������.,, ,,]'"*|"*  'al iii'uscliuy  jiowtivc guarantoe tiAcun" p"���'M"1 "'''1,',  Neryjliiic is sure to cuio'p.n,,"  '���''a ofhf, ||���,  Jiocause it u-licvos'tne i-ougcsi",!,)'""-''  tion that   excites   pain,   hoc .,���,,,,  stores circulation of tbo p���rl     \utt   "'  iinderstiuid -why;   one   poisoi,  throughout   the    Dominion   ot  u><os     Norvilino.      Tbosr  tested  it     They know  how g  because (in the Hundred mid  iiilmcnH that, afllict   ii.  tbey    found,,  Norvilino  Nerviliue   is   an '.absolute   .mtictm,   ,,  jinin, powerful, soothing.-.-uid ti-u,,,,    '  its act ion.  /Ni-ryiliiio is'jiiostimaltjy (hi- (u^.-i r(,  niedy for p'a'ii found ;d tlho woild Nt,t  itii ache or paib anvvvboie that NVrriiiiic  does n^it cure, ,   ' '    ,  Try/Nerviline for noiu.-ilgi,,, h,.-,,)���,(���,  sciatit'n, lumbago, htiiTno-s, riii-iiin-.iis,,,'  ���:wherever theie is '.soi-eii(.in.' !>_,��,>,,;,  rub fin Noiviline, and you'll be !|,'rp,j'  rofuso anything offered you i/iil,e(,| ���f  ;Norv"3iile. *in two si/"-," j"0<- .11ij g.w  'All dealorH, or,The Cntiirrli'j/,'ni.. i'(,',,,  puny, Kifigston. Ont.      ,  people    1,  om  at   odd  lllV.'Vs  lM'l clljf.il  ui  11B.  I'UIKll  II  'hrci  iiud.i  la.o  ll, �����.  iiiiiuir  tiiric^  uroil  'HE, WAS, NO MUSICIAN, ^  TTfl-J village trombone player was>'io  vUtrtfing ^through   the* fieldsyun   ii  ,r -very"Murk" night luftpr an ori{*ago-  merit.  ;it" 11,11 .outing 'some'' miles   nWiiv,  -.-.j-   .        '    "   v.  ' '  i...e -  where t,h,<|- drink had proved too t, innt-  iiig for' him. I-'eoling; rather fpu���v;md  lonely, lie consoled hinisVlf witlt'!i"i<(iW]  lllast on bisi liistrimic.ut To koojP, up )���,  courage. 'A.  ' Imagine bis *��ntrpriso'Vh.-n In- ^_,  answeivd by what Poiliidtj'd vi��ry i-mcli  like a--rival at tbo other 0111101" tin-  field, lie blow agaiui much harder,  and thorn4 was'a second rospniiM'���tbi*  time almost in.liis oar.- It -was fi-m^thf  fanner's "-bull. who,r in response id'j  challenge to ���a further content, proiiifii-  !__., tosse^l ,tbe, ebftllengor into ijio :ur  ''.When   he   had    recovered^ from  ((,<��>  Sbockrtijlic trombono jdavei riiOiiU'ci <l,h  untlyr > s." ���'.* ,.--        . '  yyVe great coward!  ye one' thing,   ma 'lad,  verm' .strong  man; but  Hut ah c-,t,ri u-ll  Ve   may   hf .1  yo'l,>   no  nr,!��i  s.  s. 250 For'Cent. Dividend���A t, a rec<iit  niocting of thc'Vallambrosa Ktibbcr, Co.,  bold-at Edinburgh,'ii.'dividott'd ofifian'  per cent. w;as. declared. Speaking ot* the  future, of-the rubber market. the,chair  man said the continuance foi any time  of "tlie-present > high ' prices was nut  likely, nbr<,was it desirable in the inter  csts iof tho industry. ,  qulckly-��topd condbffi.  lb* throat'and ludija..  carl>'coldft.rlii.all  |  -   - _���      v23 cents.  .^���A Boon for. the, Bilious.���Tbe li\rt h'  u" very1 sensitive orgnu 'tind cii��I)y d.  ranged. ">Vhon this "occi|r,s iiWtei-. us  duo secretion of bijc and thojacricl li'jual  Hows- into tin' (iloinacli'iiiid *>ohr. it h  is a,most distressing ajlniom, ami nunj  are prone to it.J. Irf this c6i)!lilii>n 'i 1'i.iij,  finds the 'best remedy in 'I'.irni'dce s  Vegetable'l'ills, wliicb are warranted i��  s|ieodily correct the di.sordor, 'i'beic is  no'b^tter'medicine'in'tbOcoi't ire H<-f of  ,pilj  preparati'ailh.-v,1   ,  A^AT 'ftew"H^cl> In  30r Minutes  *��; T- C   Excluflfeo that achtnR.' ihrobbinc, sufferln..1 muddled head  ���"���   ?    , for a cliar. cool, ctmiorlablo one by talclne - n '      o. ���  .NA-.DRU.-C0 Sead&chev Wafer  , i    25c a bdx. at your drucclsrs' or by mall from      > <^\  National Dniff and ChemicaJ Co, of Canada, Limited.   jMuntrcal.  ��*^  , fm^  nuic*<Iy   stops cout��har.  th*.  throat nud luu_.tf��  colds*   henls  25 ciott:  quickly  stops coughs*  tha throat nndlunds.   .  colds.   hcoU  23 conU,  WHOLE FAMILY  WAS AFFLICTED  BUT   DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS  STORED ALL TO PERFECT  HEALTH  BE-  Father, Mother and Daughter after  Years of, suffering are niade healthy  nnd happy by great Canadian Kidney'  Remedy.  , ���'���'-.-''',.  St. Loon: '.Htiiiiilon. Dorchester Co.,  (i)ne.���r(Special),���That .Dodd's -Kidney  l'ills have no,e<|iml as n family medicine  is ]ii-(vvod conclusively by the stuten'ieiil.  of Sir. Pteorgo Lne.assc, 'a' u-oll k'nowii  'rosidorit..-of' this place. HiH stat'einoiit-  given for .publication .is:.  '��� " for twelve years 1. had'pains in the  simill of my back. My heail would ac.lio,  and. my 'muscles would cramp. Dodd's  Kidney   l'ills   cured   me'' "'.'.,-  "My,wife was troubled ; with .Kidney  Disease. , Dodd's Kidney'Pills cured her.  ���"My little girl bud'nervous trouble.,  She vviis so bad that she could not keep  ,hcr hands and feet quiet. Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her. *-'  Ts it any wonder that Mr. .Laoasso i.-i  shouting'the praises -of Dodd 's Kidney  l'ills. Tl'e has'learned through experience as have thousands of other Caiia.-  diins that, Dodd's Kidney Pills , cure  Kidney Disease no matter where it: appears," or in what; form it is found.!  Dodd's Kidney Pills should always find'  a place in the'family medicine chest;  Let   us1 buy \ a  50-cent   bottle  of   Psychine   (pronounced  . Si-keen) from your druggist and give it to you,  O 1 �� I  (free) to prove its great value.  1    Psyohine   is   the  builder of the age.  For thirty years Psychine has been  curing almost every''disease that is due  to run-down vitality.  Hundreds of thousands 'have used  Pr-yehiue with wonderful beneficial re-  SillltS,  We have received thousands of unsolicited testimonials from people  wLom Psychine has cured, or in many  oa.-50.-i, hopeless ailments.  Tnore are .still   thousands of people  uiforing from disease, however, whom  I ��vchine can benefit.  There aro still thousands who arc  trying to cure themselves by wrong  methods, who are using d.mKorous aud  hurtful medicines  There  are still   thousands,  who are  gradMilly   losing   their   vitality���from  necessary   resisting  is slow  greatest    vitality  for tbe  recovery of their wounded  aa  the 'Japanese army. ~  And all because the Japanese knew  how to let the white corpuscles cure.  w hose body the  power to disease  slipping away.  There are still those who soon will  boar the dread "call in tho night" if  they do not take prompt action.  To these wo have the above message,  viz.    ���  "Lot us buy a, 50-cent. bottle ..of Psy-  'iihlnu' from your druggist and give, it  to you, free, to prove, its great value."  ' 'That 50-cent bottle of Psychine will  ieii ��� you .more powerfully than mere  words can how tremendously beneficial  Psychine, will! be tor you.     ������/.  It: will give��� you a'n unmistakable indication of its .wonderful power to renew the bodily vitality, to strengthen  the phagocytes (thewhite corpuscles),  the policemen or scavengers of .the  ���body..-  ��� ���'-.',.���      *     *    *  Tbe Surgical Department ot. the  Japanese : Army, in the Japo-Kussian  war, first drew the attention of the  scientific world to the function of-the'  white corpuscles of the blood or phagocytes.  There .ire two kinds of corpuscles  in your blood, you know, red and  white.  Tbe red carry nutrition, thc white  are the policemen or scavengers of the  body.  Whenever a disease germ enters the  body, these white corpuscles attack and  literally eat  it.  A wound that attracts disease germs  from the air is cleansed and healed by  billions   of   phagocytes,   or   white   corpuscles,    devouring    these  difease gornia  l  Any dlsc-a'ie  can  be  cured  by these  y buVsureiy w"'l�� corpuscles 11 they be In sufficient  number or strong enough to attack and  devour the germs that cause the disease, i  If they are not In sufficient numbers  or strength, then the disease germs  eat them and 'disease claims tbe body.  That's the cause of every disease to  which humanity is.heir. ".-���''.  La Grippe  Bronchitis  Hemorrhages  Soro Throat  Anaemia.  Female Weakness  Indigestion  Poor Appetite  Chillnanil fevers  Sleeplcisncsfi and  Norvoua Troubles  After-oflcotM   of  La Grippe  Bronchial Coughs  Weak bunfea  Weak Voice  Sprini; Wcaicnwa  Karly Dechno  CauirrlmlAIIcctiona  Catarrh ortJUi'MK'11  Nli;bt Sweat*  Obstinate Coiina-"  iAryiifriti-ianci  Dj-bpepsia  Pleurisy.   I'ncwmonui  Mill  believe   it   will  b��  That's   why   we  beneficial to you.  Now   we don't ask jou  to  tako ou'  word   for  tbe   tremendously  bencmi.'  effect of Psychine.   Fill nut th(,.f,'-lir:( ���  below,   mall   it   to   ns,   and   wll r.i  you  an  order   on   your' drug^i*'   UJ  which   we  pay  him  the  regular re. '  price)   for a 50-cent bottie of I-..-"1  unwelcome  to ^ givcn you free of cost.  We will undoubtedly buy ami 'li"lrT"  buto in this manner, hundreds nii^  sands  of these 50-cent bottles oi  i v  chine.  And we do that to show our en '"  confidence   in  this  wonderful   [>r<i''"  A.'confidence that has been bi-Pd <��  our   30   years'   experience    w|tn  splendid preparation with a m I M" ,  Icdgo of thehundredssolithoiisands o  cures it has made.  '.For centuries the cure of disease has  been by means of herbs���nature's remedies.'      ���   "''',; .'������".-.',���.  ���      '''���,'���.  '.���.It,-is only  within   recent times that  we have come to know how,ttiese herbs  act. ��� , y. ��� ��� y .i.        ��� -���',���.������  , Now scientists tell us they, increase  the strength.and numbers' of thelwhite  corpuscles or phagocytes.  In Psychine we bave some of. the  most healing1 and beneficial herbs in  the world;, herbs1 that; increase . and  strengthen  the  white corpuscles.  From  Arabia comes  one herb, from  South   America   another,   China   and  Japan    produce   a    third,    while   the  Foreign medical men were astounded Jungle of India yields a fourth. j  to see Japanese soldiers  with wounds      All these herbs are.recognized by the  that had not been cleansed or dressed  medical  profession  as  being  the most  I  A       CdUPON No. 95 !  To   the   Dr.   T.  A.   SLOCUM. Lid. \  193-195 Spadina Ave.. Toronto.   ^ ,j  I accept your offer to tn;;"a .'.f>��- ,*;1*1'^ j'  ir rsycliino   (proiioiinced ,h   '    ' 's(k.. i  -our expense.   I havMiol   '' ",,,., ,.  of  vonr expense.   -    bottle ot   Psychine  undtr  Kindly advise my druggi"'- lo  this bottle to me.  tliis pl.i ,  dellvi-r  for  days,   that  were apparently  dirty,  ill-kept, and aUogother unsanitary.  Vet these dirty wounds healed marvellously, no army th�� vvorld bad ever  know?   had   such   a  wonderful  record  beneficial to health that they know.  That's why Psychine, in tho third of  a century it has been made, has cured  hundreds of thousands of people who  suffered from the following diseases:  My Noma ,���������*  Town"........ i   Street and Number...| ���-'-  My Druggist's Name. ���  Street,and Number.,..--.-  ���Tl'lacoupoii iannt-B00'1/"';?;^���"':!^  of P��-yeliiiiol( presented to I "J0/,*,", h'i.v  .hottlo  ^i.nniSbosoi^i.^wo.wcll^  tho  SOc. botl.lo of- l'l'->-'*"'--';1;.i!,v;.'r'il. '"  druggist, ami direct him ��^''^  ' w������ ���i  you     This olTor maVho vvill < ri'  any I line without notice,    fc-cim  to-claj-. - THE   MOYIE   LEADER  , MY MANY A MAN  \0 A FAILURE OF LIFE  _   He    Hacks    Brains    or  * ^v    But   Because   His  AWl,ty' Liver is Slow  ,.  i,/v   liver  iiiaken jilenty  �� "'"-'!��,ilnen  seem ,intoUoi-tually  ,"',?     ,-idlV  huvf *l'��* "*��-'' I>��t  J��    1 i.i   d-.ttii,' pulled   down  by  a  >��l?"*: ncl U "'" ������� TU''"' ,r"  *"sl' I,,!, ol good chiiMMh are  v_^h3u' ���'' w(.,| mid pleasures re-  "Ju     ... in-  ��*'   ,l   lmrtr< "rkl,1K  'Jl disordered  livei,  "l"        m-lll   IIII->-t'''   'UUl   lllc-'1',Ur'-J��.re'  ||-V:!"J1)   Ac.ui-  <>f   ,l   l">r, working  M";   .id  i ilifcordorod  livei,  duty  tor both the,l(idnoys  ���'-      dm  those poisons  from' tbe  '�� '^ ,U,Veoro-,s' vour initid and brain.  wj*y;i,^,l,i��ii.".��s  i''"- ..e��yo.you  >*'1 "' .T A iioltfsomonoss  tbat  body  Kjcb  ,- <l"r,t  islth '���  Dr.  [I'M  .,,,.ud   0"   this-���that     ...  ��� Is clear the hkin, biightea  the blood, send energy  ���,i ..ii.bition  ,n   do|'Oil  HUilt" - I''1'  .f).S|-''"|)]  ^llTYto   Virfiulntiiig "t'o  ...Tl   ci   lh'*   t,(*',-V" '. ,  l-'-'-v >',,.- Midicino   makes   people  t>o  Lovo  (In a Parenthesis)  boat  V>i    'ibo sheltering treeb,  , i | fl-...j 'the flush  A"11 ' ''.;-...i,��_ vvaim bluRb..  olweh'��  killed  (by   i thc    pasting  Of HIT  -.s    It"-  , broi-/"- '        ��� '  r.'our'little canon ,   '  Bk.   wafc built .for  two, ,    ,  ' j���,t rnfr .u��l not.any more,   ,  V, lonf and low        ^  ui ir-i abrtve)  liiigand hug (the sh^ta).'  (The  Aa we  ,1  TEE, BETUBNojCN  1920 , ,  A when- aro the women,g6ing to?"  Si id Pitotc-on-Parade; a  "Tlicv'io  going ao (V0te,   they re  gtilllR ,t<*   VOlC,"   If ff  The  bid  policeman   mid.  ���'What  "'al''-"-*  the,ft  lo0,t  ?0  ,ine'  m> fine?'"    ���    ",,  S.Mdlt*iles oii-Parade; r ,  .-Thev 'nhvavfi-djcsS'.up   for   tbe  polls,",    "-, '        -<  Tbf- bin policeman, said-   ��  I civ tl.? women   arc-out voting,, you  oW?vf- their brave arrayl( .,        '  h. .Mn.kay ii in Violet voile and lifrs.  V   Cfctt.in greys '  -       ������>   ..���    ���  .r- _  ')[,�� Belmont wears taupe chiffon, Mi-*  , "Milholland pink pique���-, '        ,  for they're out to-east ilioir ballots  ,��� (tie i-mruing!,"^ '  HOTKb life has changed considci.ibly oi late yea'rh, and  , with the iuimeu.se jnanj-stoned hotels haH conic nat-  uiaJiy a greater formality, which shows its eflect in  a much increased elaboration of dross as well as a lack of tbe  old simplicity of the life of tbe hotel community, it was  only a few years ago when, iii.rvcn the most fi-Sibionabie  hotel at a popular -watering pl.ico, a,, low cut evening gown  made the wearer conspicuous, but today regulation evening  drous/is worn  altogether. n  Th'ere iw a difference in cut, however, between a ball gown,  a dinner frock and the stylo of costume lli.it is in vogue for  evening wear at a hotel' or restaurant. .Needless to 'statu  there is a decidedly extensive' wardrobe loquirod iu tbo<-e  dayi by tbo woniun wbo caret, to be even "-uit-ibly, list alone  mnartly, gowned foi evening gayeiy. Nor is there,tho least  use iu attempting to get through the autur.iji >vitb the even-  ing gowns of the pievious .summer or spriiig:" Styles have in  every way altered completely, 'and hotel and restaurant life  is nowadays so decided a feature of autumn exjbtenco that  any Mich  1'coiiomy i.s outi, of the question. '' '  Nowhere, perhaps, aro the same number ol ereuiug gowns  rcqviirud as are jiecesiury 'for even a short sojourn at a iaige  hotel. There rav.t be variety that no one of the costumes  shall become marked. There mustf be one or more real ball  drehscf, for an occasional dance, iind it is always safest to  have at  hand one gown somewhat  simpler and porhnp-i high  The majontv of evening gownb this, autumn ar< of nub  extremely fcoft and thin texture that the wearing of ;in uuder  .skirl n> obligatoiv. For this reason most of tbo i.oivcr gown-,  rdiow au attached petticoat or lining, perfectly str:nt,'lit and  plain, and fitting bettti to tbe figure thj.n any separate skut  could bo made to do.  In  comp.uison   with   the elaborite  skirls of  the  imunent ;  the bo'lices are ail somewhat bimpU- iu effect, if not in detail. |  Often there will   be but  a  wide  belt  or half waist,  of the  same materia)  as the skirt, while the upper Ji.nl will bo  oi '  quite foreign textuie, lace chiffon oi, for example, satin with]  a net'skirt.    'J be shoulder must be sib fiat as il i.iu be niade  to ujepear, and th��i sleeve is never ah entire piete bv   itself.'  Killier it connects with the under part of the bodice, forming '  a   mrii.daiiii  arm  bole, or eKe the  -ioevc ib eiiiried   up ovoi ,  the shouidci, to  tbe collar band.    Here, again, the  becoming,  must be taiefully studied and tbe ,siz* of the sleeve and arm  bole modified or "mi rcased according to the indiv idual. .  -At u restaurant dark rolor/j predomiuato hii,..ii�� tbri  women's gowns, and,of 1b(f-in all it it the black gowns winch;  are adinost invariably smarleit. Tlie black dress js. of course,.  relieved by a touch" of coloi in the embroideries or m the  girdle, or else is laigely combined with white; but it is the  black and while latlit-i- than white with',black which is in,  vogue. All black t'liiunnd with jet and costly white lace ju.-t j  near the throat ih ijmarr'loi older women, while the i^ote ofii'ure be n-od ���  cerise  or   vivid   blue   In   the  embroidery   or   chiffon,  drajiuig; ' <   will kt-ep'/f uiack gown Miflii ieutly vouthful for lh.   youngest i ; ;  bride. ' j SALVING   H.M.   WEECKS   ,       <  i i    \ How Men-of-War are Kescued From a  'Hotel life call's for Jig'it colors in the evening and soiile , Watery-Grave  thing more etlootivo than an all black gowi). Kloctnc ''l"'*. j-ttt m{jjh IPS aw exj.onsivo articles',  some ion shades oi green golden yellojv an J1 the unusuiU VV nnd the vvieck of one may,<ost  tones ol  J-ed and  pink are all seen, but it is the darker hues | .,im),ii,g ,tr,.ml a   few'  ilioiisaads  ���  ���  V>-  ���  Does not contain Alum  -No    Mir^icnJ    opi-iut un    i-    m-i-es-,i,i_  in   removing   eorus   il    lUillovinv 's   \'oi(j  I EsMvay Gun���While artillery was  Vbhiiuii! to f*ran.ada, Spain, troni tbe  itlitun; Rfxi'i'l n-1*-1 vv-as.cros'sing over  ficciy hill tbirty feet high,- one of the  1 t,is 8ct.ioidr.ir guns, got out of. control  i _SdHhi'dMown the,incline, flie soI;  .^n.fai--.'A'orod, with the assistance oi  ilnmd  .   - ���.  ���ftlliislbf- bor.ies, kil*.mg them all.,pii<'  Mttvtn iujilred, but the,oUiers-t-lmd!  !�� tiirstuloiis ek-apV',?\ J*    -'"  b  f-ijk belt bbonld .-now color m coiisu'.eialm: ������"-,���     ., llyt, v,nlre  blue/purpk-r and rime, with poii>nps if line or* blncK through'     T'im(,   Ai0'ai.   ^.,d  the I'e-ngn. , ' ,! . raiser Ik-dltrid can  Artificial  flovvois ar<-  i,sod  moro titan ,foi   some  tune past j [j(lt   th(?   AjI|nril]ts  to give a touch-of finish to nn evening gown A .duller of  oichidh at the b'-it or a 116-rgay of gardenias hi vvWto roses  greaMv', rolic-v'e-s the solemnity of-an all blao't frown/and in  pcriuiiihiblo even  in first mourning. ,    -,      < ,  Pur'an all white gown the necessary chaiactvr will be  given by a deep pink io��te, a bunch of poppies, or a cluster of  sweet peas fastened at the bolt just us,,tbe natural flowers  would be worn.   ��� ��� ' '    ,  '' ' " v *    *  '     . f  L '  , ' Women who lefused. to yield to tliOr,bobble skirt traze  are now to" be congratulated oa Ihejr discretion, for there  bconis to bo no doubt!; if one is to judge 'from the latest  mbdols from the best mediates, t-l'at thip e< centric fashion  will soon bu much modified. For those who were not so,wise,  however, and who have indulged in hobble skjits to a degree  ,<hat will .make remodelling, necessary, there is no rea��-on lo  feel downcast, especially if they belong to tbo happily emancipated clash who<arcJ"aiJlevto"makc their-own clothcs? for  there .arc innumerable ways in .which the hobble .skirt maybe freed from its, disfiguring bonds, and this without too  much diiTienlty.  ���'.-,, '   ^ ���<  i Overskirts appear ori many of ^the, new mpdels audi tbo  narrow skirt of satin, velvet" or silk either to match the  gown or its garniture may readily bo substituted., The tight  band or scarf aronnd the bottom of the skirt may be removed  and a series of,tucks or narrow'bands which do not hold In  the shirt substituted.' There are/a few now deiigns for the  hdhble skirts, but these* are so much'modified thar they are  really snot at'all. like those which originally appeared m  effect, and it is necessary to go'.to as much trouble to enlarge  the skitf and tbe band around the bottom in order to bring  them up to date as il would be to mitke an underskirt or a  series of tucks to take the place of the hobble.  -���bow whether tin-  be got afloat again,  has   had   so   mam"  remarkable salvage sui t-i-bse- Hi tbe  past I hut jt will'not loie ibor/wit bout  an effort to .-saye hci.. liv.eii sunken  battleships ha\e bqcn laised. and  brought once more into nn-, while the  Japanese.> who are,' rendering all tbe  assistance   in   their   power,   wore   able  If You Want to be Sure of Quality  C Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  FB./J-TCE PORBIDS WEABENG OF'RIBBONS  EGGED once by a fiicnd to'give the red ribbon  Doe's  he  "Then  . > i  linn to put a rod'.ribbon in bis buttonhole stiaightway.'  ie gave that aihicc today Gambctta would be compound  -NL'Briaud, Prime-Himster. has issued a seveie  aud  who  was bed-ridden,  Gambctta said:     '  never leave his room? "'u".Nev>r,,4'' was the reply  tell him  Tf he g:  uig n felony.  eituullir, which the Prefect' of Police' has backed up with  threatening comments, enjoining upon all persons, in public  authority to take immediate steps to denounce, apprehend, or  oiherwi'so bring to book any individual either wearing in his  buttonhole the libbon, of aii order to which he has no right',  or,oven wearing any ribbon other than tbat of .an officially  recognized order which  he possusse's.**1 This,is a  cruel blovy  bSWi^^fe  Dr.MarteFs Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  "i*��r N:d ,.ni reuoimnendixl for woiuc-n'a ��I  a-ou ,�� ��,-is-it.iiiu��llv prcparrd rcme^j- o( provft.  *3rtti x-ia itciultu'lrom their iwe Is quick ��nf  rtraanrnt    Kor fc��lo it all dnit- more*  Cream Colored Voile Gown with Gold aud Peatl Emlnoidones  at the throat   ���should  the convention's'of  the community, do  uiand a less elaborate  .ostume foi Sunday cuvening wear.  ' The favorite cut' of tlie simple dinner dress for hotel or  te6t.nir.int is au exaggerated Dutch yoke. A squarer*voIui i"  generally becoming, while the U shape is somewhat smarter,  tbe V in from unless cut quite low an<l filled in with cbiflon  being seldom vwim nowadays. A narrow U or square aocol-  leteife with .i deep buf-miriovv V at the back is small, and  indeed tin* lung slender V line at tbe buck ls.exiremel.  pietty no matter' what, thc exact cut oi  the deeollelego in  fiont. j       i   ii  The chiot dilTcrL-nco, peiha\.s, between the cut ot a ball  ��� rowii and 6f a dinner dress is that the shoulder lui" ot the  fatter is some jiicbOs vvirtoi than of the conventional evening  diess. liven when tbo bodice is cut qu'te low at the front  and back the lino will still be quite-distinct between the  two modes. When it is impossible to cut an ohloi.g _oUe  deep enough .a front to give n good line then the dccolletego  can always be filled in will! ilesb colored tulle, which cau be  t.sod ih combination With any shade and will make the gown  aio  half  length  or somewhat   -.borter in  the  Pull length sleeves of trans  MY VARICOSE VEINS  WERE CURED completely by  ftBSDRBJNEJR.  ���*..J-S    Wll.    I'MVll.    hl'KIM.HHI)     Jl iss.  I'u   'jinio lor you in u nliuKinl mimii-r,  ,     '"' ' MttiiuiUuir. kill p iln, lu-.il null n Moif tlii'iu  ' ' "ivc ii iiiiiion, rcvlnon tlollm. Tumors W ��>n��.  , Il*HVS, !.,.., Unnlrrnl, CnnM.llcin   \w��t..  T.TI "."  '"'������'   Ill-IIV   IIOII-  - ��1SVKI��, H,uol|��.jl  ���iVAri.isji  nunc _ iiii-aicil. ID., wim.li��p* r��I-  "'���"' HIV.im.sON 1IKUS  <XJ- IMU Vumw  BE(  to an  more nccoiimig  The sleove.-  maiority of restaurant gowns ..  paiout uct or chifTon aio more or less in taslnon at all times  In a simple evening gown, but the style is novel a really  nopulai one. because so mv-iiiably' unbecoming Ihe long  sleeves seem especially ill suited to the preset style ot even  u��t ��ress with the -k.rl escaping ihe ground. Although to be  seen   iu   -on.e   few   models  H   ^   not   likelv   to   bo  ��oneially  ..doplod  for evening vve.n  Xot  lor  inanv a  day  has  theie  boon   so great  i,f  the  sh'ort   ski*rt   i ipt"��K iU"  slionghold  oi   popular  .xp  proval   as  is  the  ea��e  at  the- piesent   monioiit  likelihood  .ip  Again  and  UQOOR AND TOBACCO HABITS  ana  ���< I i^siart, of T.ri "*i nnito Strcot.  J Sjiecialii-t in Curmg the Ijiquor  Ti'itcco ll.ibiUs, om In- icoisiiiiol  liir^o from "> p.m lo '.' p m .  ' '��� iv ibis week at tbo I inpen il  1    "���' '    I .". ^.      III-   Will   ijuillHlitce  to  >l     I III'   CI   IV IIIH    ll    V (ill    "vdl    USL  i-    is   dnoi tod  Wl,  Wanxn, Ont.  Keb. lllb.  "I hail a horse that  had a Spavin for a  lanK time and I had  'r*tvl cac.i-lj. e��ery kind of medlclae  "rhc,-�� J neighbor told mc to ����e  SrttUIl-�� Sparln Cure, whlch'l'ild  ,1W- U ���cltd w��n��ertiilly.'"  M. ROSKNTKAX.'  KnKj��n*a  Spavin Cora l��. �����  "atrlcdrxpcrimcut, but in the-world������  ����n.lird  remedy for all  Swelliae*.  80" Hunches and ]>mencu In horae  *^d rnnu.  l"*eil the world over for 4a yeara.  -*ery funaer, ���tockman, exprest-  *">,   lWery   proprietor   and   borat  Ceaeially    should    kea-p    It  1nr* on hand.  ��� *1- �� botu��-..fer 9i.  *���**'" f���r frec  t^all  copy  A��k your  of cmr book "A  ��e On Tbe Home"���-or write 1  EftOBl]  BR- ��. J. KENDALL CO.    S6  >nrv Fulls,  Vcrmmi  ,.,.-.iu has ,t boon Hied to foist tho .hurt skin evening gown  n ,, the guise of novelty, b-it alvv.ns l,..s ,t been defeated,  nd pr.11c1p.1llv bv th- d.s-ippr.A..l of the America., woman.  i0 t oso .-the short sk.it v u-torv that .ihc.idy a t.a.u g..vv.  I00U str.ii.RClv out '.i dite-almost .nvkiva.,1, in fji��:|--.��nd  -von tbe most elaborate gown must -bow no real lull o  material. l'*or a usU.o.ant or simple duiner Kown the novvo..  fashions dictate tint t'10 ie\ture tball o-scap  least -an nicli. but the nidi pondont  nhoooniiiig will allow   01 at K 1st 11  two  I'oi  Ihe  tall and slender. 01   tor one  mini,  nirrow   skiit  in iy be ipii.ut  the fluor bj  at J  woman vvho h.��s the 1 Out,-1  distuiotlv   stiaiirhf  ht|  I  .lfro to di-c.ird the .HM..-.-.-......I, ,���,'���������..;;������.",-.;,..,;..-���,--,,.,   nf\  mill tiain  in  bac1  lii'tili"  build, a  shint.  n> ,  -��� . - .  p!,t,..Osq:,o. hut   for all -U.ors tho .omul  -lv.rt  winch to... bos  tbo   llu.ir   is   inf.i.-tolv    bettor  Wl.eio.is  must   street   (ii.tnmos  triv 1  ,���, ,,-d down otloit   io Ibo woau-i. all  om-uiu^ gowns, on  th  ���',,,(,urv.Vnuiba-i'o wu. .1 Im.-s ..n.l discard .ho  '...> mm  u,.     'Ibo bell   is lulliid and tho  ��iuM  lino 1- round. .��  I  ,   (nst  ,,, ,l,o  flit   n.pMra'HO lately so much  to b- onv.od.  V,,"   skirt  isdisti-tcllv   .".".I  .��  every   lino, it   tins o^ross,,,..  ,s permissible     The t r-inmiiig in iv   belaid I n.m w nst ^  bin theie is alvvajs .1 band <>. m uiv bauds ot la  some   other   ti,mining   I"   K'*''   ''��'  ..bun.   Mat   bind   ol   .1   In nv v   t. Mm,'  lu-s  ur>  the  width   -,i    i  skin   has   _  111  111 viigm , but  tbo miii.' oilc.-l   i-  litloronl    inou.-i   ��i    iitainpulafiiig  he-it  or ribbon o  pi. tni  to  Pile  ton  '-1,  tin  11' in  bv  tl .milling  Skat--    ire    ill  ,n 1,.   don. n.ds   it   .mi'  sible Ribbon   ind   l> i'��  llui'iir es ol   1 ,00   lo   ill  tied 111 bv   , band or binds ol  -ytin  tlio  fashion  was foo  much  .-ci|  ing   1 costume "I   1  ''"imer  '1 i", ,-1 1I1111 ito  uinlorsl ut   '  or , billon   is stl||  soon    bn  Kitl.c    . inn   the   vclod   oil., I  .  tl ,   li-t   l< 1 .on  ldi.ud  boNtoi  pi u.'.l sumo s.\  been loo much used to  is n 1 11110.I i.eicitheloss  tbe    labin     ind   its  mtv   mil. 1,   fiimniod   pist  at   .irosenl- tbe  tbe  uiitenals  oniplo.iid   u iko   n   n"-"  Is ol   silk  and   situ,   with   la'ls    .nd  but   the pi mi   rilhoi   lull yk.n  s   llicidv   mil   ol  0 tie   -  h   copied  as .1   iiiotlunl   ot   t i.insl 01 in  isun into a,l up tod 1I0 c-ro.il ion  lib  -in iiveiskut  of plmi lice  not  lot 111 'i  to  t ho t, lotmoil  to save so many damagetr^btps^fcslcn!;  ing rto the Kussiaiih, iuc/tiding that almost hopelesrf wreck fthe Varyag. thai  we may look on tbe efforts, now b'-iiti;  made1 with hope.  Tf a'warsliip runs aground ou a gent-  Ty shelving sandbank in good weather,  it' is ,111'erely- a'case of lightening her  and then t'ovying her off at high water,  but it the bank ii a sta?ep one ami the  weather is - bad,. a vessel may easilv  break her' back and( become a total  wreck. t , '   _  jThere are manv ingenious methods of  getting'a_��� warship oil .1, reef if slic, is  nut too fast aground. A yea. or two  ago , thc Uattlesbip, Commonwealth, 'fif  1G,-100 tons, j-.ui ashore or. ail uncharted  reef in the Lamlitsh Channel. The en-  ginoywero put astern, but she did not  niovcj so tbe entire crew were mustered  aft and ordered to jump "in company.  After a quarter of an hour of this exercise she befgan to'sway and "eventually  slid off into deep-water, when collision  mats were placed over :tlie hplep,'and she  was brought into harbor. , The ,thircl-  class cruiser Pyramus was refloated in  a similar manner after runuing ashoie'  m Australian waters a few yours ago.  Then there vv^is aupther big battleship, the Victorious,'which went on1 thc  mud in ;��� heavy pale at Port Said. At-  tompls to tow'her off failed, .Lid thou  the engineer of the Suez Canal suggested,placing a dredger on'either sidc'of  her to clear awav tho mud and sand. In  Older td prevent this settling bade a jet  of water was djrected under the bottom  of the stranded ship, and att^a nearly  two days' work she was gbt back into  deep water. (     ' ��� 1 ���',   "    ' ^  ' Biit all salvage work is not so easy  as !tlus. ( It may be,that a-ship strikes  on a rock whit-h penetrates, bur bottom  in many places,' so that' the -rise and  rail of .the ride or bad weather makes  her roil thus enlarging the holeo and  causing other rq-cks to enter her skm.  Before any work is done these pi'inaclc"  of ^ock uiitst be blown off with dynamite, and tbe holes stopped ro prevent  more  w iter  eutermsr  Such was the iCW? of tho ironclad  Howe, which ran on the locks off Perrol  111 US!>2, where she remained' fast tor  many weeks. A good pint ot the. Ship  vvas\inder watei, imp a Swedish salvage  companv succeeded in saving hor. After  blowing away the jagged rocks with  small charges'of dynamite, a l.ir^o iron  shieid to lit rover'the damaged places  was constructed and placed >n contact i  bv divers. This was made watertight,  and huge pumps cleared the interior of  water. Then more of the rock m��  blasted away until, by 1110:111% of lighters, she, was eventually floated oft aud  towed into   harbor. <  Anothoi battleship rescued from the  clutches oi the sea was the Sultan, sunk  in the Gcwo Channel off Malta several  j oars ago Au Italian firm raised her  after she had been under ivatur loi 107  da vs. Divers removed Hie pi o pactions  of'roek in the same manner and stopped  thi? holes with wood, bricks, a.id a spe  ciai moment. Thou, wheu all was in  I readiness, sho was pumped dry, and  f once  more floated   ������  One of tin. -.roatost triumphs of tho  'salvage engineer was tne refloating nt  'the causer Gladiator nW.t two years  ' an oxpoi'sivc  victory, as the work  $--s>i'.'V0. and th  ALWAYS  LOOK FOR THIS  TRADE   MARK    '  '    a You  certainly  takt no  chances when  you  buy' any  toilet   article   or   medicinal  preparation ..which  bears   the   narpe   NA-  DRU-CO and thii trade mirk.        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They' '  are men of standing in your; community, worthy of your confidence, and  In position to tell you, for" we "will furnish to any member of either pro-  ' 'lession,   on 'request,   % lull list of the ingredients,in any NA-DRU-CO \  preparation.      " ' - - -    <   1        -       <,  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets  Coze sour stomach���heartburn���flatulence  ..      ���Indigestion���chronic dyspepsia.  NA-DRU-CO  Headache Wafer*  <       Slop - headache in 30 mlmiles.  Contain no haririul drue-  NA-DRU-CO Talcum Powder  3 kinds���Violet���Rose���Flesh Color. c  Gems of refreshment and refinement.  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada; Limitea  J.  NA-DRU-CO-'"Laxative.  Act without any discomfort.  "        Increased doses not needed. ���  NA-DRU-CO    Baby    Tablet.  *    Relieve Baby's ills.   Especially ,' >  1 valuable during teething.  NA-DRU-CO    Tooth    Paste  Cleanses throughout���prevents decay  ���makes the teeth beautifully white.  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If rrlatyojrs. wntefor descnptliv  circular io t^c nearest agency of ire  The Imperial Oi! Company  Limited.  m \.-a-a  -4m ��� !  l  * "-' J, Via.  ������* *-T��_'  Woru's can-.,* fri-tfulnp-s and rob tbo  infiuit ot' -U-ej), tbo nio.it iio.iut.liei.  Mother    Grave*'   Worm    .Evtermmator  Will     v lull      ill,'     -tOI.K.l-h     .111,1     UlTPNtllU'-  ,-ir.d   rett'.rc-   hP-lltliFHliit'*--  2'4  qutcUIy   Ytops cou_bs.  lh�� throat and luDlf*.  enroji colds,   hcal^  23 cents-*  f..-  AS    v  X3-  TONS OF DIAMONDS  vvith   till     pienous.     iiiMaK  .liJO,  co-t  suin,'  then sold .i? old iron. It will bo rciiiem  horod that ?he vv .1^ sunk '.ifter colliding  with tbo lnvr t-t   I'.ml i" tin  Solent.  I.vtni,   111<   011c   -��idt>    ^^^,   ��.�����-   almost  i-.wi'rr-J   bv    tin-   ^i-.i.    Hid   Ibo   vertii-.ii  deck vvas a ni.i*-* of* morcior'  ;ii_o,l   re.'ir     Sr'.'-iiK-  uli .1 of tlu  and  lone-, the i.i.it of ��eight u-jtiaily  omploved   ii'   rm.iul   to di.ttiioml-.  i is the carat, ot wlmh one luiiidrt.l   ind  vessel vvvs; (lt-(v 01U, a-,(i  011L. h.nl" 4,'o to m.iK'-- r.p .1  U���^s   d.lll.  v\ ot K be  Gouii of Shaded Rcc Tullo  v\ hen-  f ltb-s .ire  1   I'ioiii h  li iei.,1  ���111  I ber,  ibiioim ill',    ji,.,.iil.i'  ill,   t   briii .i.lc  tbo.it Uio wi.W��� j'"' .1J.JI-- ^" " ttor ,10W HUMll1cr the wearer  t.bo.se ot sl.^iulcr luni I, , pliable  fabric  can   bo  ��:ny  '\  ^r'lt'iu','        ��� .1 stilf ron.nin bceo,.VinS to the figure.  shirred : nd fjiit hi 1 ^    -i'�� bo-'port'ei'-tly.'fitted   110  Tho, udder drosi. .111 M J11 ��" ^ c.ircU,^|y full Iho i-hifToti  innttnt bow ��.!M^>> ^, 0mv drapocUevvii forfeits .all  drosrf appears.    M.i">  ���    " -,        , ot  b(.on   ,,,k(,n  With  ij8  ebann   beeau e     H        ��t   A���� ,   p(   ,09  of  llr���ss  thc  tho limiifr. l!'.,,-1i,"l , , , v.-eiitionallY soft, pliable satm.  favorite linh.B .�� .U.^.> �������   -^ ^^%w for':l Kmvl, thnt  ^. -of TnuJ^oat^^-,  but the   delicate   pink .lining  is also  frequently  used  even  or niauve chiffon.  L,   ..... the   delicate,  .  with  such   colors as dark  blue  'or .1  ijii-it   n.iniliei   \if poisons ti-    1  icimtiv  no   Iomlti-:   c-cini 1 1 ii-d      In   the   United   ^l .te-  ot   mine   vv.is   ,-iui     it   :i   public   b 1 i>i iel    -itimir  ne\t   to   .111  A ineiii .111 who v.oif   1 largo stir o-i  I.i- ��� <>i'        '1  um'-l apolo  jr-/e.      uiv    ir.end   pol.telv-  mii|,   ���'.*.'!   1 "1    imiiupi:   Io   vv b it  ordfi  ,t l" V'0,1  1>, Iiiult. s.i  "jN'i. bat.,, d.-ne, if it. the badge ol  .1 .secret. MKH-t.v," .111  svvored   tbe 'vvciircr. ���'-  i'11 France, the Society for the Promotiou of Vir.tuo bestows  'a black and'greeu ribbon; the Lust.'Fnrnvvull Lifesaviti;; So-  j...ief.v a black and red one; the National Humane Society, a  red.'white and l.ilne one; tho-.Society of the Public. Weal, a  blue anil jrree.n. one; tbe Disponsary >'.f Hoy or, blue and -red;  tbe .I'atitin ilelp Society, violet, vvith u red edge; the Ilitiiiaui-  tarian League, red, edge,I with blue; (he. Polytechnic- Life'-;  saving Soc.ietv; red and white: and a.s.yre more bodies <rive  others of niaiiv colors. Henceforth.".!. '-Iririiiil, backed by Jl.  Loi.-ine, procla'iined that the wearing-"f any of these ribbons  will.be illegal. Some legnl'aiitherities s.-em doubtful whether  M. Hriand and Wt. Lopin'o are not. acting ultra vir.es.^ .Do buttonholes belong to'the fiovernment'.' asks one rebellious.man.  r-'v-en at, the council of the Legion of Honor it is seriously  questioned whether anyone can be legally forbidden to put.  in his buttonhole any ribbon be likes  of anv knovyn order.  I tore the s.Uvoi- nuiv be ^itb-ied fruVn  ',thr-fs.-t thnt when she wis e-.entuallv  ! aot into deck It vv-.-is fiHii.-l ll at sin-  ji-id 1 hole tit t v. tyet hmj uu'bt down in  j her 1'ilge  "mu-I  ' \ s-iii-' piece ol s.ih-ajje. - arrifci out  jentirelv bv til" Navy ivu the lifting of  ' t.irped.". bii.it '*" which vv.is si>nl in fin  [feet ot w.u.r .icini'u In..!- ulf Herrv  ! He.,,I    "c>rb iv  ' Alter tbe wrccU b.\.l been located  1 lighter- ni'ic moiued direclK ibove it,  land divrrs I'.is'.'iied -i\ inch ii-ivvM-r- to  stout wire netting pi-*-ed u..dor the  ''boat, s,, t li it thi- sir nn ot Ringing hor  j should not dani'ige hfr further  I At low tide th, hawsers we-e hauled  jtuit. mid when tb" waters ru-e the  hi-'hters Towed hoi tuvvi.ds ll-e shnie  (until the ebb c.ui-el bei l�� gu.'i id once  moro.  Thi m the inn-er- were t igliteneil  oaie .i_-.ini. uitl it nevt high t.de she  vva>- tuw.d f 1111 lo r in. until bv -i.ccess  fill st ..~-s -be w.i- eviiitinllv jr. unded  in siNtAen tnt of water -it 1'lbur. Cove  Uthi .. ���). l.ei lw. k w is biokei) be. g-in-  ue.e ie imvid be. holes o,ip,.ed. and  ltlei be 111 ; < ul '" '��>' '-1"' "���>���' t"'"! 10  Devon-nut'ind in' t^�� h'lves   |..uied  This vvas probably'one of tne nearest  and   cpiickest   bits'of  salvage  fv!ravv has even'.parried  single ounce  of 'diamonds  imagination,  ot the jr.e.iti'  uov      To  think  oi   -.u ks  bv   The   ton   staggers   the  indeed   the output of one  -t  di inunid   nil'i'-s  :n   Kirn  1 an be depended on. onij  about twenty  two tons nt diamonds have been  mined  all over the .vorbl  until within the past  vear or two  ifj  ��#Ji  . fret  AH,  ?lf '���_  'I 111  *r,l  Hoik  work  the.  out.  long as it is not- that  An Always Ready Fill.���To those of  regular habit medicine, is of little concern, but the great major/ity of men are  not, of regular habit. The worry ami  cares o'f.'" business- prevent- -it. imd out of  the irregularity of life comes dyspepsia,  indigest'Ton,,liver and kidney troubles  as a protest. The run-down system demands a corrective and there, is none  better than 1'aruielee's Vegetable Tills.  They are simple in their composition  nnd'ean be taken by the most delicately  constituted. 1  THAT    delight Lut    entertainer,  Miller,    tells,   a   -rather    amusing  i-to'v  m to eggs.,    A liaveliu^ man  ,icluionishec!   li 1111   to  nrdi'i   po.'iilied  egg-,  when  at    1  stimj;-  tavern, tin   the   tea  borley, South Africa, from win, h tei.tre   son  tha*-  ,1   cold ^torl���Je  egi; ret.i-es  to  priet"icall>   all   di.iinond.s   < o.ne,   is   not    be done  in that   sn le  mini   tl'.u'i lull .'  '.n auiiuallv.     l.'e, i-'it       'I'l.e   veiv    nest   ni.,rnin-r   the   11 hired  st itist 11 s mv inj; tlu   output  nt the   Kim   ' w -.ter  jv..'.1   Toll,   how   he  would   havo  b.ibn   mines   ..7.1  ..ver digging-  loi   tb^'bis . ;;js, .ui.l  In   ..rdeied them   [inacbeii  past "three years   pl.uo   it   at   "S.-JOo.diKi 1   v ,,.iN   .ninutes liter his A t in American  i-.l-    .U"ri\   a  ton   it.d  thro,  .jnuteis  | ieMcw < iti/en   sbafl'i'd  I.i. I.   to In-  table  The   .... .let ir\   v ill..'  ..I   the-i   ill iiiiniiil'-j with  the doleful  tidings-  \>   Hi  !   '  \   ,  I--HA'1  V   '-      ll.O.lt    -7,"i,lUlO 'I  '!>  Sii'.'e tbe lirst  deuiioud    -. 1    d.-. ..v.-i  ed bv   ihe banles e; the \  1 il 111  ls"7, up  !.i  'In    pie-ei.l    it   I- ..-tun it. .1  t'u.l   the  tot   Lt      Wl'ljllt        ,'t        (II  UllOlll1-       1 \tl   ll-l.'d  t rom the South \iricin 1111 1,-. i- ovei  lilteen tuns, ,i( .1 1n11l.it v ,!������*��� ui lullv  -"ill) 11,HI. 11(1(1       It   -tilistu-   ul    Ibis   -oif  R*d.  Went, IVrnry.  Watery  L.re*-  Relieved By Murine Bye Hcmcily. rr?  Murine For Your C10 Troubles. ^-><J  Will Like Murine. 1* boothea. Mc Al  Vour JDniffslsts Wriic I-or i.ye Books  HYe��    Murtlie Kye Kpti'edy Co.. Toronto  'I'.livs  -.itiu'  de  ,..  '1 e c  ,1.  -1 -��� nub'.  gijs is nnt:  but   wo  I -cl ai.nrdiiij 10 direc. ion-, Hr. I.  I) Kell.ijj l)v,. n;.<\ ('oi.t.il will at-  fowl reliil p. ti . mo t .11 nt 1 I >rm of  siin-'iu inii'pl unt v' ho'ievir tne aJ-  l u k' eaiiili'sts it-.!.' in lime sliciij.d be  lost in s,.,1,11;. the a..I of the Cordial,  lt will a.-i i"iu.i di itt K on the stoin u h  and iiiii-tiiu- md ill ty the nutation  .1 id pun v till1 in it will ooiivime  ���i.e.ui.   oi   tbe  trtitn   01" tnc-e   ls-eitions.  V,|  I Oil  ft 1    Is i  1   ,- ' .   *  ,    !    *    T  ���M  U$if'  .\m it  4mut  ma '���  a  1.1  "') , r  i'i.i li  >:���:*���  ..*������''������    -  r,t:i-,  l\''. TTT-E TRADER, Mp^IE,,BRITISH COLUMBIA  m mm leader;  iPibJi-hi-d in llitMiiiercb'lof the peopla  of M oyi<- and Kiisl K rotr ru.iy.  J<\   3.   SilVTJi,   f-'.'JJ.J.silljrjt.  i       , i:\tk   or   suitM mi rjOh  OnetYcar  .....   S3.00  FRIDAY, NOVKSrRF.U'll, 1910.  1 Sky  pilots   out    ef   a   job;  "should    write   to (the   airship  com pan ids.---Kx. ..  If Belle Ivlmbre is alive she  had; better'hurrv -iu'i ' and  <sav  so or she will, have  to  wear  mourning- because cX the death  ,of her hnhbv.  '  ,  -A   ��� f. A   "A' REMARKABLE  " WATCH- OFFER ���  ^UR $15.00 Special Man's Wglch is truly re-  markable value, _��J It contains a durable  15 jewel "Ryrie" Movement, carefully tested and  regulated, and carries with it our fullest guarantee.  ��J 'jThe mdvfipaent is enclosed in as extra fine gold  filled case. ; . -        ,  SEND FOR CATALOGUE E ,  ' tf  <_J Our handsomely illustrated 132 page, catalogue  will be i mailed upon request. -    ,>   ,-r-'   ���  ISSSISlE^  JAS..EYR1B,  I'rciidcnt,  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED g  Diamond Merchants, Jowolors  and ailvorsmltlis  |134>13S YOKCE ST.,  TORONTO  The instinct of modesty natural to pvery women is often a  great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women  shrink from the personal questions of the local physician  which seem indelicate. The thought P- examination is abhorrent to them, and'so they endure in silence a condition  of disease which surely progresses from t>��d to worse.  It hss been Or. Pierce's privilege to cure et  great many women who have found a rcfuga  for modesty in his offer of FREE consultation by letter. 71/1 correspondence is held  as sacredly confidential.   Address Dr. li. ff.  Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  ,       ci  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores, and ' regulates  the womanly functions, abolishes, pain and* builds up' and  puts the finishing touch of 'health  on' every week woman  who gives it a'fair trill.     .  ���    It Makes VZenfc Women Strong,  '     P Sick Women Well.*    ���  Yo'j can't "nfiord ��.-��� neccr>t n snrep nostrum os c substit-j'te  ijr rain i.uii.a'co'i tf'.c r.ied.eine r' ivdun coMrossnoN.  K  SS��^S^^SS-^  i HAB8Y;RYR1B.  '  -    '     ,    Sec,.Tre��i.  ���I   *  ���}  i  it  IfMt^.t"'''  ,'    O  �� Sl -  I*.. .      i> -,.-*  _-   ir-  ' ?  ., i'  -    t  ���I  I '  Slowly but' surely   Ihe ex-  periiiienthl treatment',;,of- zinc  . ���    .     -' .    <  0r'e1'is,gx>i5;gp oj'.  '-J*Jie   Dom-  t- in ion .yq'ovenni-eiit it; to he  J commended for il_. ��nocl work.  :> Owners1 * of. .zinc mines, are  ��� t anxiously awaitinp-.thc'result^'  /.-   the suqces��i of M'liicjLi 'aneaiis so  _'���much'tO" them,' ���-<' <���  (1 The    demand', for  (-jasolinc  ��� is ' _.jumping   ' by' ��� leaps * ^and  - bunds;.and   all   diic ,to   tl,ie  coming ii-Lto use of .the  motor  . . ct . i  ,-,boat,, thc autonioible- and. the  .   ''areoplane. ' In, JS95. the  con-;  r sumption-\\*as 14,000,000 -gal-  tl Ions. ��� Thus far in 1,93 0 'it  js  - 50,0QP;(l00'.,  .'   "',..,A  ,    ' j -. rpA 1��� ,       \  t      There is a  remarkabie  co-  'A incidence iu tlje de'ithvof-John  ' -4 Houston,,\ Charlie   Ink    and  .Charlie Pake,, the three [quii-  <"ders of _thc jiqw  ckifiuicl'ANelt',  r son Tribune. �� All three -idied  1.' withiu'*,the short space of seven  .^-mouths, and although Houston  j"and Dake died.s'everal hundred  '." miles from.  Nelson  their xc-  thcir support.  Conservatives f BUSINESS   LOCALS  must not allow themselves, to  become   lu'kc-warm\-in   thcir  cutlmsiasni./  They . nnist  always  be rdadv' for omerq-en-  ciej    v.-ith   their' 'organization  coniplele and'lheir policy well  defined. '     "    -. '   ���  'Mine   Rescue! Station   , ,  '  ^ i - . - i      '.  Qrie.oE the mine refecue stations  being csfcuUlibhod by the', fjovem-  irjont ivill be siciia'tecl' at' Ho?mer.  which/is the most centrally located point ia the Crow's < Nest  coa'tarea. JTor "the picseut' tbe1  apparatus will bci located ia a  'cottage, bat it'-i_ the intention to  have the station o'n a car, so that  it can'be transported .cmiel.ly ,to  any point iu the district where an  emergency occurs. ���  SSSSC^c-^C- SrfeS5.SSee�� �����$���$��=&�������/  t .;-A\, .CHLMOOKERS -'- "���' J  viv    "      ���     " ' 'il/  7, JSJ^Si^d^ 5^5-js S=>9$ 553:5 S������������-  t_liokcsman-liorievv.) ,  '.The'next aeroplane (light  is , to  be made   from   Havana 'to ���"'Key  ���West.   Sounds like a" good" smoke  either way.',,        "y   __,"'     ,  . i> ^i . >     ���������  A    college    professor1'declares  that a _ number" of sounds -which  seem tho same to tho ordinary ear  are in fact  very different. 'This  ,. , sounds pretty deep, but he'prob-  mams.vaw lie   not 'far.- from a,,,y verKn;a tQ  the   ^tio  at   0  those of Juk in the   cemetery jo'clocl: in   the morning  and   at  /FOU KENT���Nicely furnished  front room, with stove, with or  without' board. ��� A.ppIy'to Mrs.  Lorrier. .        i i'i ���<--, '  0 FXJRvPvJ-JN-TT-^One  of  the best  r* i' i   ���  cottages m town ,at  $12 a, mouth  Apply to F. J. Smyth.'       1   '' .^  , ,B[rs. L. JIacdonald, North Tavistock stteet, is prepared to   trim  and   remodel' hats,' also "fur, aiid0,  velvet toques. ,, f ' u.,<  ��� A       '   ,. *,        ~      '    '  '  '  -  MissTj. M. Rcotfc, trained  nurse  r t *"   r *"  of Ji'ibhwell; Hospital, Winnipe'g,  is, (ready i'or engagements of any  kind. Maternity a , specialty^.  Moyie  ~ " roomed j-  house tiudoufibuildiug. on a dor-j  ner of Tavistock street,' overlooking-the hike. mW'11 considcr'''a  trade in real estate, Calgary^property 'preferred. C r*\y*rite J." Walters. 13ox IS to, Calgary.  ,  LIQUOR, ACT, 1910,  ,    '    Section 42  Notice is hereby giv\m' thatv on  the'first day^ of December'next,  application will be made .to the  Superintendent of Provincial V'o-  iiee for renewal of the hotel licence to sell licjvior by retail in'the  hotel known 'a��� the Yank llote];'  situate at Yahk, m ,tho Province  of Uritish Cohirabia. ' ' ,' '��� V -'  'Dated 12thOctobor, 10IQ. ' (  -     ' -    .J-QON E., GIB BOX.  MOYIE   BEER  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the liest  Beet in r  Kootenay. ���   With the Best .Malt and the Purest Spring   Wate ��� - ^  unexcelled for quality.    Insist on having Mo'yie Beer. '      H  jjOTri.it;i>  asii  VHAm:  iikidk  ���YIE 'BREWING, CO.      *  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  %2v>_t^:;^><i!Z_>��'lltley r-oiljro Xo. 4 1.  Meets Tuesday evenings  in thp  Miners" Union  hall.      Sojourning'  Odd Fellows Ctordially invited.  'N*. *\V. l^uitoBTr,       F. J. Smyth,  'Noble Grand. '-   Scsr'y.  -LIQUOR ACT, 1910".  Section  42'  bt. IJilKcue i.ilflS" >.'<>��� til  K. of F.  Meets every Tbunsfiny  _or  f"lB-  s���.-_)���*t->^ ^tiug brethren welcome  Ar.,KKiiT Gir.r, ' "E. aV-'HiliI.  ���%1'J^KjiS^'l -,ie<-'ls every xnui-Bfii  y-vi^fes^-^y evening 'in McGie^i  X^A^^y hall at S  c'cloolc.     Vi  E A. 'WELL JMAN I  If you are sick,' sufforing from  any  di3   \  order, we can cure you���Pe^manentiv $'  . You do   not have to linger, sulforing flom   _  Aliseabe,  because we are' medical specialists  with many years'  experience  treating and  curing successfully all men's diseases.  C'huncelfor Com.  . i  K.'il.  &.r S  Xotice*is hereby given v that,*' on'  the first  day'of December next,' '���  application will  bo  made   to'the'   A^  .Superintendent'of rroviti-iiivl'Po*-1 ?^  lice for renewal of the hou--l Heoncn  to   sell (liquor' by. retail 'in  tho  hotel'' known    a&   the   Kootenay  ��� - ,, ,        Hotel, sitnlito at   M6yi*��,   in,'the  FOR"    SALR ���A  5 six , roomed [Province of Btiti"h Columbia.    \,  . WATER  NOTICE.  near the, city that for years  the}- v.-ere so'closely identified  Avith.-  ,-.     . A .     *     *L  I night.  The Victoria. Colonist  sa\/s  .Eve.tried   her, teeth .first ou a  "-pippin. ' TJie .Colonist-'1 is  ou  dangerous gron;id.    There be  /those- ,who claim she fooled  Adam witli a ��� Wealthy while  others (sayt it was .a' Jonathan  and some opine it jimst have  been.. an Okanogan Spie.  There .are    controversialists  ' ready to take ,np thc gauge in  favor of the Winesap, the  Gano, ,the Gravcnstcin, the  Ben Davis, Snow and ^ scores  of others.      \\rhen -the  Colo-  -nist man becomes invidious  and selects the pippin he is  liable to precipitate an arg'u-  ?ueut that will put the, Bacon-  Shakespeare controversy into  the shade.���Saturdav .Sunset.  C: P..R. Time Ta  Westbound  1  No.  313  Local  1:20 p. m  No.  -7,  Soo-Spokane  2:5S p. ra  ��  Ea&tbound  -'  '-  .'     "  No,  314  Local   ���  2:58p. m.  No.  �� .  Soo-Spokane  0:30 p.,m  i  ETAL   MARKET.  Every electoral district in  the province will lie represented at thc Conservative  convention    at    Nelson    next  week, and iu all there will be  i  some 30Q delegates.      All    K,  delegates from the   Cranbrook   'd.n leave ihe .ytem in a   natu  New York- Bar silver, 50 cts.  Lead $4.50. ���*  London���Lead,  C13 3s 9d  Stock Quotations. v  ruiiMhiin) iiv iii:.vLE�� i:lwi:ll.  Ilia AFk-Ctl  Aurora ._>-,  t'niiuilldated Pmciters r. MO          T'j.OO  Cnn. f.okliiolilv ^.               r,  N'orth Mnr jo  Snoiiilj (lirl 25  Croup is mosG prevalent during  the dry cold weather of the early  winter months. Parents of young  children should bo prepared for it.  All th.-it h needed is a bottle of  fJliiunberlain's Cough Remedy  Aliuiy mother, aio never without  it in their homos and it has novor  di-ajjpointed thum. .Sold by the  Moyio Ding &��� Stationery Co.  ^'hen a cold becomes'-ettled in  tho t-yoteiil, it will tako several  d.i.Vo' treitment to cure it, and  tho best remedy tr, u>e i_ Chani-  berlain".. ("uuglt Uemedy. It will  cure tiuicker than uny other,   and  Notice is hereby given that 'an implication will be made*' under Part 'V. ��� oi  the "Watar Act, 1909;" to obtain a lie-,  ence in the Cranbiook Water District.,  (a.)��The nauie,iaddress aiid'ocdupa-'  tion ol the ..applicant, Percy Thomas'  Haywood,' Rancher, Kingsgate.  i  Cb.) Thename of theylake, stream  or, "source [if umiarn'pd, tlie description  is] spring on E.' bonmlary cof pre-emption 1230. , i     .  (c.) " The point oi, diversion: at the  spring.   iv  (d.) '1'he quantity of _ water applied  for [in cubic feet per secoudj one.  (e ) The character of the proposed  works: dam, flumes and ditches. ,  (f.) The premises ;" ou -which the  water is lo be used [describe same] preemption, 1230 on the East 'hank of  Moyie River^ about 3 miles South of  Cur/oii. '    i '  (g) Thc purpose for , which the  watei is to be used:   irrigation.  , (h.) If for. irrigation describe the  land intended to be 'irrigated, giving  acerage: pre-emption 1230 about 160  acres. i ,'  1 (j.) Area of Crown land "intended  to be occupied by the pioposed works:  none.  [k.] This notice was posted on the  115th day of October,* l^tO, and application will be made to the Commissioner  on the 22nd day of November,  1910.  [1.] Give the iume^ and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees  vvho or vvhos lands are likely to be affected by the proposed vvorks, either  above or below the outlet: none.  -      _  PERCY T^HAYWOOD,  .   -       Kingsgate. E.  C.  Doited 12Lh<Octciber,.10io,  .,    '-���  ���   McT-AVJStT-it CAM7i!RON.  Sulklilf Lodge,   Nil. So  a. jr. .vs ia. m.   ���,  Hegular    meetings  on   rtli6_ flusb/'Wed-  e s I ay      of ���* ��� each  r0     ~ ~*r- lmquth.    ���' .   "n.y ,'  Visiting bretlifeu welcomtf,' "*'"  ' ' JL Chapman; W.LL     '  - N* AV. JiurdottA Secretary  LIQUOR -ACT; ISjO.,  '.   Sectioa 42  V  , Notice is hereby given that, on  the first day of December' iiexfc,  application will*bo made'-fb the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal'of vthe . hotel, lie-,  ence to, sell liquor by retail in the  hotel k'uown as the Central Hoteli  situate at Moyie, iu' the Province  of niritish OolumbiAa. '","',. ; ' ��� , .  Dated 12th Octobor, 19lo".. i  V A''. VIpTOR;' PES APLNTER.'  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  1 *    Section. 19  Notice is hereby given, that, ou  the first day of December next,  application will be . made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the renewal of a liceuce  for the sale of liquor' by wholesale in and upon the premise*  known as The-, Moyie Brewery  situate at Moyie, 13: G., upon the  lands described as Lots 4 and 5,  Block 1, Moyie townsite.  Dated 15th Octoher, 1910.  MUELLEK, & HESSE;  |r.    Applicants.  Moyie' ^ Miners''; Uiiion  ;':'*N6.-7i vvaf, of m.;;;  ��eets in Miuers'; Union*, Hall ev,-  ery' Saturdusf evening. \ 'Sdjourn.  ing mem'bers are cordially, invited'-  to attend.  Jpe '-McLaren' A  Presideot.' '  James Roberts  A"< Seciptary  Haryey, -, McGarlier  &  ��� "'   \ Macdonaldf"'., ;'  .  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook. .-   -    B. C.  .  'EjHONES't'' TREATMENT  >' ''   A sure and permanent cure iii all^ diseases of  J men-Nervous Weakness,' Varicose -;Veins ���  ,| Hydrocele,- Blood   and J Skin ���-Disorders'  ^SorSss1,"'Ulcers,,l Kidney,- Bladder A" and,-  "EectaIdiSOrders,,and all   special- ailments'com-'  iuon  to meh.       ,  '* *,',   -i ,       -'       '   ^ ��   *   '   ���  -. ', - Best*Anatomy 'Museum, in the', Northwest  ,j_f ^oqN&ULTAyioiS free' a  flf you cannot come "to, Spokane for 'free eons u Jtation now  rwrite' for, otir free bookleb^    '  '�� '    ,,    >/> ' <���    ' ? -. (j  i" .\'t,\t Dr... KELLEYfS' "^USEUM.    ' ���'  "~  'I J   T * 21*0 "nowar'd fit"   -;  ''   '.<-�� \ ''"-'S^UKANE.N^uh'A      ,   ,  f ,- '   f ^.'Biry. YOU..,     ���  ,< ._ I31.SAUI.NX1CJI     ��3t<JS.    l'op��. - c  Lur-_e ^faiimpla   lu^niyiiu'   connactidii  u'ith-house for couiinercinl men',^Besi  olaicommo'datiorii-    ' <  '       >���   ,  '��� " ,     ��������� ��" '*���- '" i ' ' '   . .  ��� " ^ ' Ilcudqunrtors, for . Com-  ,'  '-mcrcial and Miuiug Aleni1.   ,*  (.ueexs'ave"' '',   , "'--'_ "-   MOYTE,  Dr.-H.-EAA'HALIi'  i -  - j    , ..    '  DENT-IST  Thcj Expert*,' Crown" aridr Bridge  . ^ t y, .  .       .    .-   ,_ .,  gars'-  * ,������-'  - ,  <'  -t A  acebs-' /;  'and' ^  Confectionery'! ���  N j-/ A-, Worker:1  al  W. P.- GURD,r   .  bakristek.' aotrcixoK, etc.  CRA.NBE00k. B'.  :  Office over. Mr. Short's ,'  J'i  WralL    .iPaper ' "Store'"  .,  b'    i   ,  Armstron^Ave.,     <l Cranbrook  t ''^Hamrock Creamery Butter   ���  %<.    Shamrock Leaf Lard ff  .A : '   Shamrock -Hams *  i-V  . DR. F. E. MILES,  ^   ,     Dentist,  Cranbrook, ' ��5, O.  SJSND YOaH" WOlUv   TO  THE  KOOTENAY 1  STEAM- ',  .     LAUNDRY,   v  NELSON     ,'  , , All White Labor.  ..���!���,'' .-   ..,     "and  ���v  ' ���,    imperator Bacon  .   Ppr''saleAby~ all -first class  grocers���an_T1  P BURNS "& CU Lta  v, -MOYIE,       '  JB. C.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  ;   Section 42  George H Thompson,  Barrister.    Solicitor  Notary Public, &c.  CIlANBltOOK,      Bkitisii Columbia  Leave work with the    local agent  \   A. B. STEWART  ST01�� AT THB  COSMOPOLITAN'  Wk  riding ii.r. c pruiuiscd to be  there,-'a-ncl it is Iiopedytkey  will make good their promise!.'-  -rii'n-e will be .'m'aiijr iiupor-  tant questions to be discussed  '4nd policies to'. be outlined.  Therefore it behooves the  iu-iny strong- adherents of the  W'.y;in every riding   to   laid  ial   he;ilr)iy   t-oiKiition.     Sold   b>  the -Moyio Drug &��� r_.ationery   Oo.'  Jilany ,   school . children'' sniTer  from cocstiijation, which is   often  the cause of seeming stupidity  at  lessons..     Chamberlain.s  Ktoiuach  'in'd Liver Tablets, -are ��� au   ideal  inedicine to give a child, for  they  ire    mild   and    ge.ntlo- in    their  ���-'fleet, and will1 euro  oven  chronic  constipation.    Sold by the   Moyio  .Drug & Stationery Cy  The Royal Seal cigai has been  beforo the smokiug public for a  dozen years. \t is made in Nelson  ancl can be bought in nearly  every mountain town.  At {he Ciuifclies.  CATHOLIC CHURCH  First Fridays. .Morning prayer, communion at 0 a. ra. -Mass  and instruction ac SioO a. m.  Ilo.ary, in&tiuetion and benediction of the blessed sacrament at  ";_0 p.'ni.  Third Sundays'. Mass and sermon 10 a. m. Sunday school aC  2:'!0 p. m. Kosary, sermon and  benediction of tho blessed sacrament 7:.jO [i.  m,  MI-i'HODlM'   UlClti'lI  Morning _.ei vice at 11 a. in. Sunday School, .'J _>. m. livening ser  vi-_e. 7:.'!0 p., ni. ; A hearty welcome ..extende'd.   to ail.  i! li V.. J. W. M1LLKli, It. A.  .-'(Pastor)  Notice is hereby given that, on  the first daj- of December next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of 'Provincial IV  lice for-renewal.of the hotel lie-'  ence to sell liquor by retail in the  bote] known as the International  Hotel, situate in Moyie, in the  Province of British Columbia.  Dated 12th October, 1910,  FKANCKS L. TA_TLOR.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42  Notice is hereby given that, ou  tlie first day of December next,  application will bo made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tlio hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known ai tho  Moyie   Hotel,  W. B. BEATTY  Embalmer and "Undeitiiker,   ,  Phone 0. CRaNBBOOK  T. T. >l_ViUic,0.�� , V  L. b.   II.   V. Pnrker, C  U  McVITTIE & PARKER  Puovi.vciAt. Land Surviving  KA.ir.wAV A: Mi:Nix<i_ i;noisi:iskt>'o  Eslimaies Furnished.  OKPICKri  I^ort Steele P. O. Dox 2C.  Cranbrook P. O. Pox 11.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.. J--  This hotel is now under new  management, and is Grst class  in every respect  M. J.   BONNER,  I'ROl'IUETOn  Victoria Street. JMOYJJR*  WHEN IN  \    ,   -     CRANBROOK  K. It. BJIAU, aiauafjor.  ' ��� c  Good rooms, good tables and bsr  and first class sample rooms.  0 J?. DESAULNIEIt.  DEAI.KK   IX  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Culuiiini.i l'ractiotial,  Koolcn.iy l'iac  ._.,  tionnl, IJnrlon I'raclion.il, Ru'-tk-r I'rai;  ^itu-ite at-Moyio, in tho   Province I tioiul,   Daib   ]'iiictioii,.l,  Jumbo l-'rac-  of liritisli Columbia. "���'"''   '"    "��� -���'--'-'-��� -    '  bated 12th October. 1010.  PHILIP F. .10I7XSTO-NJ-  'I'UK.sm'Ti-'iiiAM   ciiuncir.  Morning Service 11  a.! in.   Sunday school and  ���i'ibie class at  2.30  p. m.   ..'[-"veiling Service at  7:.''0-  p.  ni.   ,A hearty welcoiue' to all.  , iM'JV. <J. A. ���HACKNEY, 1.5. A.  ."     (Paste:)  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  nki.son, n. a.  '. Hoarding and Day School conihici-  ed by .Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,  D, C. Commercial.'-nnd/- businesH  courses,,n specialty.' Excellence and  swift progrnse characterize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures tbo  public ui the thoroughness of tho  Sisters'methods   of tnachirig.   Terms  tion;,], Dominion, >lnii;rdl flaims, >,ilu.jt.L-  in LIil 1'oit SiilIc Mining Division of  l-'as't KootL-n ii Distriu.  Wln.ii; I.(n.itul:  On the I��.isl   sidu   of  I/tnvi-i rvlovu I��il.e.  TAKE XOT1CK, lli.it I, Sc-hv-v n G  15I.iv lock, J'-JI. C. No ]J_976_, acting  as Agent for the Consolidated Miuiiig.&  Sinelti:irsr Cq.,!6f Canada, Jyimited, l-'rec  Miners Certificate No. B29757, ��� intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply-  to the Mining-Recorder for Certificates  of Improvements for the purpose, of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. ,  And'further take   notice   that   action,  under Section 37,  must   be   commenced  27OR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all description*, such as house  fittingq, lamps, shades or motor  boat supplies, spaik plugs, coils,  batteries, go to or write.  J .   H. RINGROSE  Stanley St. 4 KELSON  oyie Hotel  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  Tins hotel is uc-vv and well fiiimhul.  Tin- tables aie supplied with the  bisl the maiket afTonls. The bar  i-. filled with the best brands of  Ikiuois and u'g.irs  HcricJcjiuirLci's.for  Commercial and; Mining Men  Movie     ----- .'...,.'-.   b.AC.  ' PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A^e.      MOYIE  BLAIR  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKANE,   WASH.  is the best equipped business   collect' �����  the   northwest.     Many   Canadian   students gindutau from   our   college   ciUi  season.     You cm learn  SIIORTHANO,  TYPEWRITING,  I300KKKKPING,  coaiaiKRCJAiv i/AW  mid get a general business training, tlie"'  we will secure a position Cor vou m -'  Canadian or an American busnics'  hout-e. Write for our beautifnllv iH��'i'  tratc,dcciLiiog     Sent ficc upon   requ<-">'-  co.iimi.ncfl January,   April   a���d   s,t >^re the issuance   of  such Certificates  ,i    '., '  '-,     ...    -,    -,     . ���'       of Improvements.   ���      ���  l-upils   are   admitted during  the '. ������,,-.���, th|s 28th <lav or i-,ptcm,���r  .K  tcrm-       ,.-       .;,.-. . .���.������;    -  ;   ,d., mo..  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  I make a specialty o'f-Pos^  tal Photo .work..'. Prices, -1  foi: 50 cents,' or $.1.25 a dozen;.  MISS'FLORA DKA'GON.  ' principn-b  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Candy, ,   Fruit  aiid  Confoof-.ionery. .'.'-'  TOYS.*   NOTH.iNS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.


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