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When iniormellthai   this  yAyyAA'r^iiio- Jtr��3.i-iJ'':ot* Clifclv'ens^ :'H;1:XA-'Aa  Frn nk\ Mc JJ abd'n y re'ee'i ve.d ;a valuable'-;  l!:ib).e.:fiin?iiy^clV-iv.ei\..A "The.'li'obi^A.ia'iveli'���'���pVe-je.ii.s.',..f.r'oiri. IvyMacliinyAoJ: ;the; Ben-;"  knbwn iirEast:k;dptcnaX; ;A;: A .���';/'a y.j ne.it Fuae Cuiyir fewydaysy ago v'irr: tlie;y  way.of ;l\yoypiiir!i' of  Buff "Orpihtrton'y  chickens. ;; Tlie y.'chickensA. yire a'.froiriv'  *--fyy y .^���.^.^...-.^ y:yy .���y'~Ay:] Cook:sprze Astfing which" was ori:=exhR; -  ureviiiled .for-a monttr past, the   U  ,i!.       ,.,     Ay-yy     ,.Av��..aay       ,...--.,    ,.,-;���  y. -..,������.  x   ���������  .-..-An-��� ���'     y ������ ��������������������� ���:.���������������    bition atdhe'Birmingham poultry ,eho�� i'  R. has ordered 500 nev,ybo:-:cars of   the       u .*���....  A y. iyyi$yfi00fiO0ii-  ' a . ���'...���;#2,983,51)6 .."  Aa' ���  .. .^r,fV3G,312 ' y  ACAP1TAL. C^uthorized.),.  �� '���''   A   CAPITAL, (Pnid': Up). ;-,.  Xyi   yyA'  E.ESTa;a. A;.A ���...,���,..;���. ���.;..���.    ^ _  :'HEADy0mCE;-TORe^^ y ,'' :'V' !��� n ' y a; "'���'. 'i  ���T.!^EimrPT,Prc,^  'i! -" A goupral banking buViy  ���"V ;1 m'noiv bcibg e?ecLccI'-'-In (lie shaft froiisei ^s Moyie'and; not KoptenayLanding,  ^ri-HV-thnl-fo/l'iufa^^d.TrhenAth^ to, ,lhe , inovitabley and  iycompbted there i�� likclv  ibV'to: sonie.! ^i.ted...patienaly 2f.ho.urs for, the:a:ne^'t  largest variety. AyTheae cars are now in  process of constrdction at tlie 'shops at  Pertlii; Oat.   As soon as they are ready  ingham poultry  in 1902.   'iTlie tih'iclcehs  are  noted (.for  their.sii'e,'and .frequently: dress as higl/y  as ,10 pounds. '���; ',��� ,,AA-:  ,��A  :otl^ryorkto ..bo dono."v TitytiUcA- j���i^'to,*a^ will be rushed to the front, |, ... -   ,. -ko Doiiar.went Easti a   .;;���. ���  tions .Ae^:n.vcu-y iavorable  for jthe: big; H Five ysare ago a Trail   rancher .pdt.  E.HAY, Ajsistaiit Gen/Alanager.A  p-rppe.r.!.y''re.*.vihv.!:g Ayv^nhioasAet  ir-vai ���  yyfflic sr-rnig.  :CRiIBRGGK;:BR  ;e&3 transaetedi.  )���  ChHMie'XKitie-A.'.Ju*.. of'k-.axmtR'.,  .17 hike caused the trouble, y    ,:  ...AAA a a .': ''A Syi- A;iiiirt Coliiy'y y: ; ���        .-A  Tf vou have'-a' bad. cold ��� you. need a.  SAvl.;fe:A^EAirrMENT~Inlere3tAa!ip^eu.^  ;ra:lway avis in :Moutr3al a's,���a grievance;  cc'i'inritteetoAlay their deriiauds'before  the cainpany Tpr.s.niucfease in", wages  "Drafts, add, ay ai lklji.3 ��� i H;' fill'': p-it t s  "Caiui-U,' Unitoc  Stsiteo''and-  .Europe,   Bpeeial attentiou giveuyld coi!.eei,iou|.  F; H:, I^ARSH, Wianager,  ���Ayxt.   p-hivii-ifi'Trot-er-t'ie vou:i�� mkn ������.the |-:aX"Jd,reuaoie mcoiciP.o .lino vOnamosr-** y. , a:,      .... ... .-.,..,.:.,       ......   ���������������:    . ���. ,.:  ��� a. }.���   yl'u,l'l' ->Jl*tr' Ult-y^ -u*'= "UJ   ;'���������������,���, a ���.. .,���-,���...,    . ������ "yyA   Thenien claira  their y wages   are  too  '���i,������".",,, A-iA-dri-'v *-!���--���;-K-'r-'ii-h^ At'ra'n" in T :i?n 3  Cough  Eemedy -to- loosen  and ��� ���  .    y   ���.������.���-   .   yy  ..��������������� �� , .a    y ./ a  '    ArPyfVtlin'o'nrekd   u"0   hist''M^'it'-iv (reheve at, and   to -allay tho  irritation: ,y'..Ar ,.-���'. ���������   . A ,, '        <..-.������.  . j. j;.iUu>3e-iu:to-i>.i.i .-.t   ny . ,->-y  -^-iU-\i y     ������ - ,.���,'. _.-������   ,     ,,,    Cos(; pf TiTTinor 'r.tho vrest,- ������ a  .-  ���   Wi^ht mi'1 hi'd'bia   left   leg' do ':badlv ! aud, iaflaaimation A,of'% .tboat ,aitd I a.a.  * .v   >   -�����-     y, y       ..:....;  II maiigled that H;;.wa3/ 'ioti mi yiiececWy | Kia��^'Tlio scotbing aud healing prop-1: ' By an is-ods of thcy-busiesL: lumber-  py-.A,  ^.^,.":,:-l*-��  rri'*':^^-*^-";-  A ^ ^'M $ %t\    0'^V ; Mr a. t^ I 1 |  :QJAhlSBB.obZxB.y.  VIBJB >JtN:SU-B^OE./^&SKT��,  .; '.--....-' ..:::cifsio>is-:BaQ.iavn  Perfect. Protections  Compare Our Bate  !*...,~iar*: /���������  A a���du'i'Jlit'at'e Pf  Cerc'tifistte   ot  y'UiC  ')Lois 14 aud 15'.. Block -I,: lots -14. ��� mil  I In. Block  *.��; 'L-.A- -l-!*,:,.-J.-,-' 1')  and   ly  ! Block 10; am! i-oA  V  .hik'L IP,  Block  ! 12,'To'vn Ap.f, Mbyie AMrp -';:u  y;.i.-Tv  ^v��  hfifj^e     lilSUilBg;!     ^ol'it;Ay!:i':Uy yi y nihat it ..-i   my  iJV-tV-*- ,.-**>��-.        P.-jiu^-iiLion.-toiasue at lh?  ��:piratKj:)_ oi  ith l'rai:i  the :  '. -Juplii.v.'.Ju uf  oiiy r.iouth I'-aui  the :Au;A ..puLuicatioti  :hc  Ccrtiiicati1  -y).]a.al-  -rtrjiS."'-*''  TM*rq-tn"'f���:i;��3J|i'v:'~**gjrfl,��'g"'****"> *-  .��y6u want anything*, stylish and. n^a^'go.,-o  uei'Ov.  nf" Till  ill   At:  yAyyX-  i\   i. ������  l ���'���-���.��� r.  auovo   :nt.:u.u:  AV.,  !ala'A  'Aki  i ,:i   ���.;-... un  :.'..,���:'���.!���;''.'-  yy.-; y  \-li'l'i :���'  ' i'..*j ;<:'.: v  !.M>[A.:l. Kiigi  'Authority of.'Tuiitieucey  ouadny School Ait 8 p. ni;  A,;  All are \'iolCQb;e. y.   y :y.",;A'   ',  .'��� Rev. Ex(yiyV., .Ma';Coi.l; Fnotor,  Teacher���Deocribb Canada.    ,  Ti.:pil~-0anada   53,   that' portiou   t  o:!'f   .ynicriciv   y.'hii'.h .'the     Unltt-i  at;;;- di.i/au't Wiiut-'. A .������ '   ���.:.  .lAauu .firenVsn'on.; the. Ctinadiah .Pacific. !an:: nlarlt pii a Bilver ddllarand   went  td town   and spent it with a raerchanfc'  Before'ythe year ;wasy out' he 'got .ther  marked dollar back  again  toiypoultry: ,  .andrspent it a^nfn.wiih.A ay Trail. iner~ ������::  chant.; yFoiiry times ' in    three  years  that. dollar   paynie .home' to, hini for..  prod.'uce, and three tiaaes he .heard;of itA-.-y  ia the hr.udsA o.i his  nycighbors.    Tha  got it iu clninge, two yetirs A  it to-'a; mail "order Tiou'se  a.maesedy'.a'  million   ilollarey.'  rate stufiV . Tie has  never,  that dollar sin -.s  and will  not :.  ck of:dponi.    That  dollar.A  ,   . Td .the -election for   inayo: ' in TTew j ^l-ever pay anymore achi^Vor rpad.^  I York Geo; B.-3IcClellan ^von over Seth   tai Ior hln- neverTiein tobuild up tho  I Lov by over <.0,000"olurftllv,-   HcOlel- |.town crcountry, ucver help to bless or   .  j-'.      'a    ,,     r[,     .    .A, ; ..';;���',,;, ,'���.. A,.as \ bri^hipn the nb:r-ec  of  hi-*   neiabbors.,  lan-wasllio laiumi-nv   cvndioatf, ajd   _y ��-     .-      .��� ,  . .-   . .. . ..-  y,           y   ,     ,,   ���      ;.���   ���,  ::..,,:.,i ,t' .'i Iie'cent lt sut:rely ont.of its circle.: ot  ijjo oeoule by tueir voce iriu.:'atcd.. .that j       .   ������   . ,. .-     ,..,- .,    .  ,    .*'   * ������ .,   ,       .;���  ,.   .'     ,     .      ,, ������. j useiuiueijs'toanm.���1-ailyNews,   .,:.    .  thfy wanted the city to oo. run on, the | - ...y  y|oid,{W'idi) open'', plan,:    '  B��>��e��o��^r��ririga*M^><t��CTjTffl*g^  1 i   ; au:>-; park^.. fro!���;.!.  I. Vork- pri::'in ; i*1 sk'A.!  i  | that ho v;*.il re'.si;jr.  ��� ���    a   ��� -  Hit".  A'lCIX   .KKTAli;  ."J .''���'!���;'.������!.... I.'X"  ij. y:  leading .Ladies aaa Cicnfeiixaa.  'Ayyyy--yr-vyyyp.*'~:Yr'^y-iyrTryy':'7'~'-\A��� ��� "'Ay'.:yy,.^yyy.- y\\  IU ir��  '  ,A~.  ' 11  i *.-.  I X,:.  i ���  ��� fi  ;1  j Lh  ���i  ���4 -A. .  A %J  y.  \a  r;  (C1.      .    ^���-i   -in-��   *5-^" "���-..-'> .e1';-,      Iii  ���Ci r,   v.   >?' A   *.j      rf I t'v I-'     -v-  Cl   !*   :  /Ads. *-  ���frui".  ft  M  f'.A \\  '  vr-1" - ���'���  .'lys'liyl'  J llf  'iiy^jL.yJtttK  'ti;A  ''-Aypxxy^'A-A.-y-ixyvy  '^My-h^y^M  'AAA '',  .������,,'������* ^ --~^��lr^.,,  '"^���y|-'.:  A.-yyy. ���'.  yyAy'yy-  le   r  yy  coll iii' the New I   .��� :.'��� ,   '���:.'','       '"������-     ��� >���  y���ohf:xd;f jRgy fsiniI�� SSaai&nl  li-lP^ate-y  liui :.i'.: a nioii.Pa.;  ai   hio   j  u:d ���',;; iiliJ't'hH-��rA'" uni-m-y   *  ;o  -A-ii'vc . Viiu   yrU:A. a arm  i,:,'A;:ay lS-_i.il. ���' 1 ai-.) d-v-MO.'",  t liiui* can ;>;'\y' .u'.p, liorn y  , ii A did ]y. i -A. wax trial 1. vou Id be con-t  ���', YiCU'd .':u' re.;.',.:! ������.*���] y a-J 1 ���.������i.*pi: . i-t.-lurp.   ity;  ijUiy.    I f'-sVyiMi :v-!M,;':iaii xi  :;iy ��� li-.b.or I  ; iv-.j OCT.     V   ���(l,u..'.1,-;!ji.     A  v;a;',    v;-.:hi   '"yA  ; fol'.oved my h.-st jndgrneni.. .*Ahavt-;  j'ljr.i; c uo ri.wrc!,..",';-*.d. Ab-r.t <y :or :vy vAU< \  : .-.he is nriritra trd o>���?.,* mv troubles, '   .   j  ��� 1 .wfer^i^^y  ,-xCiyyi  y:-Ay--m<pA^^Ay:y'  -,-.-..'yj,Vh,:>.fc'v^>��-y*,��*''  ^-;<~': ������.-. ,������ , ,vv:al-i'  ���TO  XXAX~ C-tKiOi-.'  M  a.  'T Liirye   sunvplo   room  Ayr-P1 with hor.u'b for Po:*.'.!'!'-'  *     ''��� '   j  a 'cf iicco||r:;:'oda(A.,M:A.  At-  AAA  VC'AA'XA  :r  ���: I ' " ! .  .  ,'V  !  j!  f'"  EAXy-HJfiUUiV.  Aiq^y  acat; ,c-r Cor��jniP��"0'i{U n\n.  \: iV^inni  (ii;,  ^���-).:.;���;:  ��� .... ^, ��� I        ���     -       .,,  ^ri.i.y^TA A j.y ,y  y pAO1  f AW-a-  pu'iLa'.ii.r.i   oa.,  m .il,;   r,,,)i'.a.  W,''F.-'TAT��;  ��� ILiViij-u'lJi,     'laii.A.i.V,.'i.,.V.V,'i.,    i>.  OT'cial Waul) l:iayi;o'yr for  ihp  i-., (.!iP,v ���i.Tip,-.t Divi.-ion.  11 you intend   pureliaain-j,;' pro]H*i'!y  i in Moyie duu.'t  wait  i:;.-,til   tbo   ���iiiiK'-j  i ope::   up,   bul   buy  now,    Ufcc I>,   J.  -,      1 Ehuer.    Tie has lolt.  A,         ',  '- partu (',-. io'iVO,     .:.!;.,0 'j  for ��� aide,    iu   idl.  XAXA'', hi>",;ji;'a aud  ��- - * .��� stmjiluii Ior rent. ���  ^i  A^^a'fji^ajy  ii.'v! ���t>k*%'(.'ii'   &*_$.. !"i6ii.S* i>i:  thy hyaiih'iijit?!*.^ ifi ?h>.fapd*i  ftVi-prJ  iiA>->ii���-G  POV'/DEf-  CO-    .  '-.l-ilOiC-.Q  !.'"���-,��� a'XAa-AA-Ay,', .,-\Jil ^:\^.,K':.  f^^^^^My-M^.^  isFsm^mtm yy.  yrAysyi:  A'Aviij.'.'-A::^,:.:-  .ypjafc-rwr-la  J  ���ilillllA'   :!i|��:   yMm.A   yi>Mi-Atfyyy<yyy ���;  ���Miffed  ::|��p��;y  i'-JijgMM..  "I'M;  y. ���-,;.' ;y*'j!!i.v'A[iv".^'-.*lr.'r.. aaA- Ay  .���:..l;yiA^y;yA- ���  ���"    vS:A'AXfA}A- A'/: A. a  AA,;y:nf;yyf^Aa,r;p:.u,,  yyy, 1yg,y&;|dy TytPpy..;:,  ".''AAfei5liA|^i��iyyftT-y;A  iA-.A''.iy;jf;kSS|;!sy{S,!y'. :''������  iJ:y::^i|tl|lil';A^  ; ���'T#Siiyl;iP;;:'A'  T;.|;ipli'!ap..yy  jAysfeSyy'  '-KSftey,  r,--.��ia?  M*y  M:  ���y,i'A  ~'iif0yM:  yy:;'i||i||:||;  -Aiiliily|iA'  ������������ ::';S0rxtyy:TAA  r,Mm:myyAA--  ymm  ;y^yHp|i|fe|y;;i|j|,yA.  <- Ay, ��������� y|;|S;^j||yig y|. y' ���  lllitliiy-  ;"v,;a,f^iy��iitpA-;';y  |;Ayyy��s#|slt^J;l!:sraA,y,  .,' A 'A. ^viJ^yr^r;-;.^:!^ ���    ...  '"a x xypyy^'^A^hf ���  "���!'��� ������yM^0wi\WAy  1 ���'���   \ipttaifiipp! 1';:%' -:' ���.  !'A|illll|!lIyA::  'AAAlrMISsyly-y.  :AA|llii.W-  ���A' /wlaaMyiS'Ktayir' A  :-������������ A;'vS%aS>��Kty)y;i)p ay;  yy :yly��;giy0ijyp^ A  yf x>y(.i$:��nyy+  ipAJiippiA  ^"a:;1III1iI!L  J;*:iai}l.��i:|.lS��,;.b��a|iiaa  yalipiyA^ y.  AA^MMXA'tf   :  A|||p|��y|Ay  ���clpililyy. ' ',  . ..jiv'&riaSi'ii'iilli.',���  ���-{.yixyyAAqy  : A'yfiMyyy.  y||SS||A;ii;f!yA,  "i  m  -AyiO:  yyiyif-Ay: An  >--A:jyf ;|||A:A^:  Awmyiyil  -yykM-A  UX:,-fi*iA.titi-; -"x  :ayyiMyyy  iy?yxyiij.vy. ���  py r'jfe'fe x]x  '|:|fll|y|���  .p��A|arAfA:H  A^yAy-xy  .yyihyy  iitfi-.p,  ��  iiii::P|fSyjy.st  AS3:  m  ;y.':l��.-'y':  yp'iJyrl  yiyy  but there was one to whom lie -,iy-  ��� -d a deeper and purer huth tiuui lie  hud he-en kc-epiiig for the past si\-  .Hid-thiriv hours. He nuisi. go and  s-ev Christine without delax . Ail  Ins hopes of happiness iri life  were centered in hc-r.. He would  see her, and tell to her just, wlia.i luirl  happened, and he would urge lier to  ^ot forth with him upon Hie voyage  of the new', life, 'lhe anniversary oi  his birth was past. ,Tt had .occurred  on tlie day before he had be*m turned  from his' ' father's house. He was ��� sear  one-anri-twenty, a free innn, and lhe I ^-ould be a good  money lie  had inherited   from  hi.s ma- n  terniil grandfather was his. With  lhat he could start. The thought, inspired him, and he dressed himself  speedily. A single glass of brandy  was necessary to steady his nerves  before he could eat anything. He  , would- drink that, and drink no  more..  The brandy���two' glasses, however,  instead of one, for he had found hiiu-  -vdf more shaken than ho had thought  ���and the breakfast were .disposed of,  . i "���' i �� ���   *  i  1 Coiisuia   to   iinu>   ymi   down     to V. o  social grade- you would  enter by marrying   me-    J   will   not   permit   myself  lobe made a lasting- burriei- between  father and son. ' Tlie .yoke which toolc  you from your    home    hnd    deprived  you of yon     pulrijuony,   would     very  so'on gal]  you     beyond  bearing,     ant  then, alas for the  unfortunate   cm-i;  of you j*   distress!'   I   cannot���   1     will  not      I  am resolved!    I  have found  a  friend with  whom I .shall leave     this  section of the country at once, fo all  search for   hie   will   be   iruiilers. Forget me and  be happy.     , J   shall    find  happiness if 1  can.    ke,l.ur.n    to    your  father, ��� and   thus obey \he  last prayer,  in  your behalf,  of'  CIlHLSTrXE,"  Again Paul sank down as though  under a  heavy  blow.-  "What is it, mars'r?"  '"She has gone!"   ,  '"N'her.e?"  '���Cone away���far-away. Fled from  her home!"  <  AVhile he sat with the letter in hi.s  hand,  .John  Downey entered;    and  to  John the raatler was explained.   The  and then, having- submitted himself  to the manipulations of the barber.  Paul walked out. Mis first movement was to the office of the bunker  who had h(?fd hi.s funds iii trust under the guardianship of his father.  'I'he banker was nt hi.s desk, and Was  /���lad'lo see  him. ' .  A ioW passing' remarks upon the  topics of iho day. und Pan) broa'h-  ed  tlie  subject  of  especial   interest  "it-has all been fixed, my dear sir,'  in most proper manner," said tin-  banker, "and we shall be happy to  honor your draft, or to do any oilier  business you  may favor, us with."  "Without exposing his entire ignor-  anceof what had been done, lie l>*d  ��the hanker to tell the story, from  which it. appeared that, his father  had tn-ken all legal steps necessary to  the transferring of the entire control  of the funds' to  him. ''  "Vour, father wa.s very precise ami  methodical," remarked the han'��ei*  "He wished us to under.*,tunc! thai he  claimed no' more authority, and  should assume no further lesponsi-  bili'ty. ITe said you- were to be lieu, e-  ��� forth your own man.' 1 didn't know  hut that he would finish the joke by  informing us that he should pay no  more debts, of  your  contract ing."  The broker laughed, and Paul 1 i-p-d  to respond in like manner, tliomrh  thc effort was, on the whole. ������_ failure- He learned, however, tha'��� tho  original deposit of twenty thousand  dollars had grown to be thirty thousand; and after this ho managed io  ������'mile quite naturally. lint he- was  not in  want  of  money  then,    t  gardener was a cool-headed man.  though not over bright. He reflected  a while, and then sugg-ested tliat  search .should be made. He thought it  plan to put the  matter into the hands ot the chief of  police.  "How!" cried Paul. "Put lhe police upon thc track of a maiden who  lias chosen to flee'from a home that-  had become  oppressive  to  hei?"'  "1 ain't   so  sure  of  that,"     replied  John, with  a sort of    dogged, perii-  nacity.    "iliss Christine  didn't *ho\v  no signs yesterday of sin h    a    move;-  and it wouldn't have been like'ho.- t,o  go off in that fashion-without  own a  word of partin'  to  i-ora or mc."  . ," 'lleed,     it      wouldn't,"     declared  Lorn.    *']f,.she'd a meant   io  go     off !  for good an' all, she'd n.-bber a'  wiriout  a  woid   (o  me���uebber!" '  "Hut,"   urged    Paul,   "you     cannot  suspe-M   foul play1"    _  "I   don't    know     why,"   lrsj-ouded ,  -lohn.       '.'I       can't      fay      ;\s     how!  the.r's , been     any      foul ,    play      at '���  all,     but     it   ' looks     mightily      like  it,       nevertheless.        in       thiy     liist  place I  ain't   satisfied "at  Kb en   Sanders an'   Seih   Davis  went off of tv.eir  own free will  and accord.   I may havo  thoui-lit   'twas al!   fair  in   the    hegiu-  nin'. hut   1   don't   think   so   now] .And  it's mighty stram>-c,   to sat*  the I-'ast.  that old  Mr.   Hali'ord',   madame's lawyer, ���should    ha\o    stepped   out    past  i ha t pa rt icular   timo.   when   he     wa.s  well enough   before.    And   1  don't forge! 'thp  man   that   was   ki-led    nn  tho  railroad.     1     tell.    \ou,     >ir,     there's  monkery somew iie'"e."  "Put." sa'd   Paul,   as ��� soon  could breathe,   '���here  we  ha\e  tine's own   letter."  "1    don't   cal-e 'indium^���fo:*  TO HELEN.  Helen, thy beauty is to me  Like (lipee Nicr-ir. bark.3 o! yore  llut t'fiitly o"l-i a per'uincd tea  Thu weary, -,v.i;,-Aorn v.-amicu-r bow  To hia own nathe fcliore.  On dcspL'Tato khs lonjf wont (o roam  Tliy li\acinth hair, thy tlas<io fJfc,  Thy naiad airs liaie brci:i;t:t ine hou:��  To tlie glory lli.it was Uite'e  And the grandeur that was Rome.  Lo, ln yon brilliant window niche  How blatin-like 1 tee thee Ftand,  The agate lamp within thy lurid!  Ah, 'Psyche, fiom the regions -which  Are Holy Land! '  ' ���Ed^ar Allan I��,  A sack of flour dumped, into the  empty. llour-barrel of a hungry man's  home i.s worth more to that man  than all the tracts and flowery si-r-  iiioiis  in   Christendom.  Tjk*     man      who      wears   the     best  clothes may have the most creditors.  It   isn't   always  the  most   palatable  [ medicine  Unit  cures lhe quickest ,  1 you ar'J ��> hard ju<  ���Or   nn   ������.j "'  ciieer up and Wl|it  hy and you will  silver lining.  All  the-tw.w*i\i;  ^ A  ,httt 7-  If  a man has ptvn,  soon  get  coin.  y "f nei  A baby isn't IIW.,.S  with jaundico Uvauso  yeller.  'Uf ly  one   rsTT���  STEEL BAWGE8.  as    lie  t hris-  ohn. (!at lv  thaty  .;rhr  (p.T-SLlOH  1  Wli.it   made Jim-  wiile  it?   I di-n't  dn    . sav  a    linger  asserted  is  say slie     liain'i   gone;   but    I  that somebody  e'.se has  had  In   the pie."  "Paul .slaited,  and his whole frame  was eonvuPccl. ' i  "dohn,  do'you su.-pert mv fatlior'1"  The    imrilcivM*     was 'very     guarded  and  deliberate  in  Ins answer.  "I (lon'i   think.   *dr. 'that   \r,i:i-fath-  >The bodies of thos,o liurigea aro maao of the  he might be in  a    few da vs.  Ollgn  its 0 i!e  had 'thoughts of going into .business.  He took some blank, cheques, of  which duplicate numbers were 'tal-en  ui>on the banker's book, rind also left  a copy of his autograph. '    .  The  woi"ld seemed   very    bright    to I  Paul AVaybrook  as  ho  left   ihe    banker's ofiice.     Ue   was   wealthy    in     his  own estiinntion,    'Jhere  was no pr^s-  irur ne��d  of   his  sr^inf  into- business  nun Christine lor his wife ho   Could  ptocuro a coinfoi table,  cosy home   a  little nay  out   in   the   coiiuti,\,     und  In eupou   the   interest   of  hiv  nione\.  and, under, tiie    inspiration     of   ' the,  thought, he snapped  his  ting-Ms,    and  hummed to  hinr-eii  a verse of     "He-  gone, Pull  (Jure."    Put   the ebullition  has not lasting.    3Ie  grew  niori: sober ancl   thougiitful   as   he  left the   city  behind him, noi  so much with fear of  possible  di^aiipointmeiit  as   w.ith   the  weig-ht   of     ihe      ii'-w    'responsibility  which had dawned  upon hi in. The exhilarating   effects    of the  brandy     he  had drunk  before   breakfast' had  subsided, and   a sense  of  weakness  unsl eailiness.  'resul'tiiic  and  from     the  night's dissipation, had succeeded. He  felt sadly the need���so he thought���  of just one moie glass; but he remembered hi:, resolution. and .he  would remain linn, lie bad dancc-d,  and now  he   must   pay   the  liddl'-r.  Iio did not go  out over  the    Xec.k,  as lie cared    not     to    meet  ���piaintanci-  fori  biy,, lu  ll p.  your  meet any ac  took the ii-.id-  ifiiouu tram ' by the Providence  i oad, stopping ut Roxbpry station,  so that ho readied the P.rooksjde  .-.boitly after eleven o'clock, lie looked to sec Christine upon the piaz/a  ns, lie aiiprouthed the cottage, but  she was not \i.-ihle. He went around  Jato iiie garden, and she v.'u- . not  ihe.-e.He.went in by the rear poi-.*"h,  tiiui iound J.ora alone and  in teai**-:  <di,   Ivfais'i" Paul,   does    ye    know  uheie Miss   Christine can   be?"  Paul sat  down, under the   blow. Hut  j-the might ho searching for.hini,    and  In- gained strength,   and  stood  :W'hat i.s it, J.ora?    Where  i.  mistress?"       .. .      .  ���Sure, mars'r, I don't know, but  she's been gone all night, and A'Jobn  aud Pete hab looked eh'rywhere for  tier, bar's a letter ' in ile draw in.'-  room foi; you.,'" a ' '  I'l'oihy hi-r?"  'She niiist.'ii' loft, it when she went  iiivuj .'"  Paul hastened to the .drawing-r.odtn,  followed b\-    j.ora,     and     upon    'ti  ci-nt'c-table  he  found   the  note,  die-sed   to  himself.  ���������('"T1APTK.R XVIii.  Paul  lore the letter  open,  and read  as 'follows:    .-'-,.  ������Dear Paul,���When you find this I  shall be far away. T'o not blamo inf.*  for the stop J have taken. -'I.do 'it  for your good. T sacrifice a 11, for 'you.  I cannot, .separate father and ���' scv-i.  Hetunrto your''home, and .si.live to  forgot���<>iin, who (im never, be more to  you t.'ian a fri;>ud of tlie pu^-t. 1 have  i onsicJered this mil tier ' 'seriousl\'. ' I  kuo'.v that I have no ��� cJaim ' i'lpon i!  estule of my I'oslor-uiotlmr.  will    nut,    be   ii     [lensioner   Upon  v. bo   are     to   sue.-i ed  Nor,, dear  I'uul. nui  the  ad-  ,Ol"   IllOS.'  to the  Jiroperty.  upon   im.  and     I  the  er would ha\e done anything* of th.e  kinfl--tbat is. not hnoM'ingly; but'  how far be might lend a sort of  winkin' help, you can judge bettor  than   I."'  Iu the end. Paul ievolved to enlist  the aid of tha police. 1 fe called upon lhe chief of police, gave him an  explanui ion of the whole matter, and  a*iked what could ��� be done toward  finding f.'brist me. Tie made no crm-  plpiut. he asked only that tho girl  U)ii**IU be found.  Ann* we  may  here   i em.irk  .mat  how  nn i; i ini; officers found.  '! he\   I. .-..incd  thai a  <ioM'   earriai-i-,   drawn   b\    t.'. o  horsc-s, had   I een .dincii ..iwa\      ireni  the P.rookside  on  the mglit of Christine's   disapfiearar.ee,   ond     that      it  had gone   o\er   the   Tieniont   road into ljo-*ifin.      Thus   they  learned,     and  nothing. more, for   the,\   had   uo    clew  by which   lo  direct  cm   a  .suspicion,  J.leantmie.   however.,   came   one   who  brought new   and     peculiar   qualiuca-  tions for. the seatch,  and   though   she  tiiiiit as a  stranger   lo  .lohn   Downey,  he hesitated   not   to  Trust,   her.   As .'or  Lora. she welcomed   the helper     with  superstitious   awe.    It   was   the     old  woman (ailed   ICudora  who   had     appeared   upon    thc    scene,     and 'Lora  bowed before  hor   as  she   would   have  bowed to 'her 'nii-.ue.-s.    Whence     the  respect she    felt    for  thc    aged  waif,  sho   could     not  tell;    she  knew   only  that her heart .yearned  toward Jier.  J t was on the day following, .the  first visit of the police detective that  Endora. arrived at the cot, and learn-'  ed what had transpired.. She listened patiently . to l.ora'.s" inconerent  narrative, and then she heard: the  more comprehensive expounding of  John Downey.. Slie also learned of  the departure of the hack on the  night of, Cbristine'H y disappearance,  and she',furthermore.'arrived' at t lie  fact that gravel had been fouin'  on the ..floor; of the piazza on  morning succeeding, as though  wet with dew had brought it  there., ,       .  'After this, F-ndora 'came bluntly.  upon thc.cpie.stion, ns to" whether the  lawyer's, clerk had been seen upon;  the premises. Lora' deflated herself  stupid that she' had not thought of  thi;; before. The man had called  there on the very day preceding  Christine's disappearance. He had  come and offered his services in tha  lady's behalf���to help her-win. a portion of ..the, property; if he could���  but Christine had turned him away  without entertaining his proposition. ' ,���',.."  From this 'point Kndor ' made strict  search. until she hnd succeeded, in  tracing Hugo to Klnisido, and hero  she found the servant with whom he  had conversed, and learned what file  subject of his conversation'bad bcu.  As the old woman .walked doivn the  broad carriage-way from the El inside  mansion to the highway, she nodded  and''muttered to, herself, until ishe  had reached . the square where, she  could fake a street-cur, by which she  .was landed in Poston, and ere long  ���she was .housed in a tenement of  questionable charadcr, where questionable-looking , men and women  came and went at her bidding. Slie  did not seem to be1 wholly at. home  there; but the people knew her, a.nd  appeared ready and willing to obey  her.  (To be Continued.)  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Place your hands in front, thus,  palms out"���  "Piilms out���yo.-?   .A-h,  "('eitainly.   Thjn your  ���Ihiib.''  ".Vy���body thii? -yorf."  '"llold ^our head ilitis.'  '"Yen-   thus-my'houd"-  ,".\o, no���not that way!  you    'ruin your  Now" ���  -������Oiieii!  iny (onguc.'"  '���Can't helji little accidents like that.  Vou must be more ohs"i*v:iiit. Now j*ou  have ii! P.rave! Now when we got inlet the water remember tha position.  The lirst thing wilb be to learn liout*  ing."  "Oh. I adore floating!"  "(Jf course you da--who doesn't? You  will lie on your back while I place my  .���ii  .tliat is easy!"A  bodysiraight  I>t nie show  chin  up a  bit-there!  You bcusl, you innile me bite  nu under your waist, lliiis"���  re not in the  right  "Pur, Mr. Flanders, we  water, sir!"  "I know, .Miss riltuidc.   This 'Is hypo-  tlictical y,-a(er. as it were:   I place iny  right arm  under your .'<v.'nlst and  take  yOur right hand witliyiny left, thus"���  ������"VosV   Oh;   Ihi'i.t'a.' very  nice,   really,  , bUt"-A   A    , .., -yy    ' ,.-���-���.--���������- -y-y-  "One liiinuto, r\liss ���Maude���yon.must  be patient. Lean n little buck in the  hammock; please���it makes the idea of  floa'ting, more real is lie. That's right.  'Now, ���having placed my. right arm under your waist: and taken your right  bund,in UK/, left, (litis, ;.T%-  "\Vliy--ah!���you brute, you kissed  mo!"'  ���  "Did IV  Tleaveu.s:".     '  '.   "You did, sir!   But"���  "WcllV" .,....'���'  "Well! Why don't you go on wiih tho  ���tvvith the lesson'.-"���B;iItiniore Nev.-s.  Tlio   Sliorli-r   Wny.  "1 undersland -lhat you hn've been  exjii-riinr-iiling with a viciv.'lo disi-nv-  ei'ing lhe. philosopher's stoneV" suiil the  boyhood' friend.  "Yes," said th" i n Pa llr*<*t ti;i 1 nuiii. "If  I discover if. I  s'mll beenine rich."  "Bill   what's   the   use   of   wailing   so  ���long  str.-ti  .Why  lit  from  on   pnvii'ir  .-mil  sr.ui'..' as I d'.d':  ll'ill f you -fy{ i  the <jii:iI'l-y am] get  building <-onir:tei;  ���.tunc  rich  Iho  QOOoOOOoOoOoOOoOoOoOoOOOco  I  M ISP AH,  I  o . . o  O _..0.._" O  o o  O  The Story of a King Who Loved g  O, a Commoner, ' O  o o  QoQo��60o��cGo��QoOoCoOoQoQoO  It was an ideal May. At one of the  biggest houses in London a ball was hi  progress., The' small hours had come,  and out over the tops of the trees the  moon -was shining. In the park a ui:i:i  nnd a girl were sitting out dance nftcr  dance ��� ��� P  The man was of courtly presence and  'splendid physique, with face clean cut  ns a cameo, red gold' hair and pointed  beard, wondrous even there In the half  light, nnd blue eyes that fell before neither man nor woman.  Iu low, passionate tones ho was  pleading with the girl at his side���  pleading as strong men only plend for  life or love.' But to all the fervor of his  wooing'she was adamant.  "You do not love me, Blanche," he  cried nt length. '."You have only been  piny lug w.ith me."  "Ah, 'ilex! What a lifetime of regrets nnd loneliness 1 should be saved  If I did not'!"  - lie caught her in  his arms,  raining  hot kisses ou her cheeks hnd lips.  "My Jove! My life! How can'I persuade you to forget everything but our  love for each other nnd marry nieV"  ''Why do you tempt me? Why do \oti  love mo?  Why have we ever met*'"  She half freed herself from his embrace nnd stood, her hands ou his  shoulders, scanning'his face.  "Heaven only knows, since you Insist on parting again," he answered.  "And yet you say you love me."  "I do love'you with nil my heart mid  son!, Box, my prince of men, my king!  But how can I marry you? Would you  havo your people say yoir hnd brought  them n country girl, a commoner, n nobody, from over the son? In what disaster would the royal marriage end,?  No, no, my PvOx. Our dream is- over  .tonight. Wo havo come to the p-iriimj  of the ways. Go brick to your throne  and wed a wouinri-Iit to bo your mate���  a princess.' And I���tho raemoiy of this'  Mriy madness shall go with nie,to tho  grave, aud no man shall call ine wife."  "Before God, Blanche, I will never  marry any woman but you! There shall  bo a lifelong troth between un jf you  will havo nothlDg else." <, ' ,  , He drew a ,rlng set with blazing diamonds from hiy own finger and slipped  it on hers.  ".Send It to me, darling," ho said, "if  In tha years lo come you .repent tonight's decision, and I will be at your  side as fast as rail arid boat c.in bring  me. And send -It to me if the groat  summons come first to you, and it  shall he buried with mo, for love of a  peerless woman."  lie bout his handsome henrl nnd kissed her again.  'T have no Jewel to give yoii  back,  Rex," she whispered,  "only  this  little  'Mizpnli'    ring���'The   Lord   judge    be  ty/een tne and theo when we aro absent  the ono from the other.'"  She raised hei* lips to his for a lust  caress, aud he kissed the teardrops  from her eyes, too, before he led her  hack to (he glare of the ballroom and  the scrutiny of n score of pairs of jealous eyes and the murmur of a score of  envious feniiuiuo tongues, ''She has refused him, tho little fool."  ��� *.A ���     ��� '������     ���*.���',.'    ��       '������ ��� . ��� ,   .    y��  Blanche Dnunmond eat sewiug nt the  open window of a gray, Ivy grown  house, with the golden sunshlnoof nil-  other May, ten years ufter, sho win-*:  up all the finger prints that relentless  time and trouble had placed ou her  beautiful face.  Squire Dnunmond had never possessed more wealth than would suflice for  his own requirements and those of a  prodigal son, and It had been a (.landing grievance to him that his daugbtei  had so steadily refused every offer of  a rich husband. He did not know the  story of the diamonds on her left hand,  mid, moreover, lie had no soul for sentiment,      'a.. ' ,  Now* that ho was gone to his long'  home and the prodigal far off in a, foreign "land Blanche lived on at the old  country house with the aunt who ten  years previously had chaperoned her  one Ijondoh season..   A  Suddenly that lady1 looked   up from  the newspaper she was rending.  A "Do you remember the king of Rtcr-,  via.   Blanche,"  she  asked���"the liand-  6oine man with the red heard?  Oq called   himself   the  Count   von   Gleiichon  that season  we 'met .film  In  London."  ITer cyca were dimmer than they bad  been  ten  years ago.  and  sbedkl  not  see tlio flush on her niece's checks us  sho munnnred assent, hut went on in  blissful, unconsciousness.  "I-Iere Is news of him.    Ho Is going'  lo be married nt last."    a ml she read  aloud,:  "It Is officially nnnomieed that n  mnrrlngo has been, arranged to lake  place shortly between hid majesty King  P.cx of .Slervbi and her rov.-il highness  Princess l'^hivia of rthodiuii:,."  That was all-only a 'bald press paragraph, hut it set. the Ku-eet  May -uin-.  before     Blanche  *M  neto-j  F 1TC  Doctor Wanted to Burn the Skin With a fisd Hot I  Was Cured by DR. CHASE'S G5NTR3EN7  ror,.-pati  "Mr. Alex. McLean. Tnrbot Vale/ NV  S., writes :���'-I'or two years I worked as sectiiininan on the Pominion  Coal     Company's    liaiiitjad    betu'i-i-n  Sydney and Glace ..Bay, N.S., and  during thai ijine wa.s exposed tn all  sorts of weather. Giaduully, my,  health I'aib'd,- and I became a victim  of protruding pdes. ,At lirst I did  not know wluit my ailment was, but,  consulted a doctor, and thouuh he  tr.ati-d me ior piles, th".v only grew  wors>.  "I was. forced to give up work aui,l  return to my home. My suffering  could scarcely, be 'described. I c'oukl  not-walk or lie dowii.^-ul while ihe  rest of tlie family was osleeping I  would he groaning and aching from  the. excruciating* puins.  "Again I decided to consul t' a* doctor. '1 i*.is o:-i' stripped me. iv.id said  the piles would have to be burned  with a red-hot iron. I shhcri'd at  the thought of binning the flesh, and  (old liiu'i I could not' think of undergoing such an operation, so lie 'irave,  me some sahc, for which be chat'ireil  mc two. dollars, but it' did not do me  any good.  a] Ie ���:���.���  ;i'th>it,  'for ;u.  ;.t  "I   was   in   a   desper',,1,.  and had  about 'given  u > '  being  freed   from   tins  <b.'���  mg   when   e.   I'riejfd   n.id   ,,  Chase's   Ointment.'  seen so  man,-,   casta  that he would p  failed  t.) cm-,..  "My   experienr-    will,  Ointment   ��s that   the In  di<l   me  more good   tin,,   ,  doctors,   and   it.  has  ij1;i,!..  and   as   free   from   pil.-s   ,, ,  Since   lieinjr   cured    |    Vtilj,nl  the' v. inter   in   the   b-i>.: , ,   .,  experieno-d    no    reiunf    ,,/  trouble      I   am   not    p... ,., _  strong   when   I   sav   il.,,.   V'.  Ointment ,was   w.'.ri h   .?] is',  mc.     Vou    are, free   to    ,,. ,.  niti1.iv  for, (he' bmeiii   t)\   ,,-}  fei-I   it  my  duty   to   m-iki*  ,.,  great,   ointment."   ,  Dr. Chase's Ointment,  box. at. all dealers; ,,,-  Bates   &. 'Co ,   To.-nnt,,.  To protect you r.yaiie t  1 ho portrait and signutti.  W Chase, the famous n  author, are on every box  edves.  ient  r-'.'iditiorj,.  iK'oiy.vvey  ^���siiijfevy  :'ihout,i-..y  ���lAl'.t'hacf  Al'l'l viiW-i"  yiAyy  AAA  ���|.-e'.-'|.|  I,a :yny  A Aliy  ������yah;,,,.  -:i"U<;:3���  l;^Al<A  A^ijy  A;i��AI,  ���lAil-is  "A'A'a,  A-Ay.  a: - aa- y  ���itfi$..w:  Aiyoiv a.  AA.   iyyjj,  > Ids raw  ti'i.'j  dt'fi  shine    all    dazzling  Drummond's   eyefl   and "broushT'tbe  waves'  of  the  ocean   surging   through  her ears.       ,.. -     ��� ���  " ���"Before.. God.   P.laii'che,   1   will   nevei  marry any woman but yon!".  He hadforgotten her. then.    Hv.-n a  kingcoul'd forget hi-i vow.  She put aAvny her sewing [iresetilly  nnd went uj) to her own room. Out  over tbe woods, yellow green ,ln their  young leaves, and the"1 .distant sea,  shimmering sapphire, (he sunshine  swept in n Hood of gold. Tlie birdo  twittered a hundred glad songs.aiid the  scent of the lilac aud hawthorn hung  on the air. But fshe heard nothing save  the memory voice of her king lover's  pleading, suw nothing but his diamonds on her hand���diamonds that  mean coii-stfiacy! And he was about,  to do as she had'urged him���marry another womau. Ah, .well! When the'  Princess I-'Iaviu was queen of .Stcrvia.  she would put away his love pledge  forever.  ��� Tho days crept ou, and (he weeks,  nnd now and then a paragraph'appeared In the papers nil out the forthcoming royal wedding, 'it was brought  to remembrance that. King Bex was  tbe hand'-oiucst ruler In'.Kuropo. The  Princess Flavin was .said to be beautiful and accomplished. The names of  the bridesmaids were announced and  the clergy who were to odiciati*. aud  then came the entire programme of the  great event.  Blanche read It all through as though  It were part of a dream,    ln Imagination she  .saw her owu  name  in  place  of  that  of  Princes.-!   Flavin.   It   might  hare been.' Vet  not once did  she ic-  pent her decision of that fateful May  night.   She still believed  that to have '  yielded   to  her  love and   married   him  would   ha ve  been   the  greatest   wrong  sho could have done him.   And so his  wedding morning dawned In that tranquil country spot, nnd  Blanche Drum-  mend's loft  Unxtl was minus Its blaze  of diamonds.   She   wandered  out   Into  the garden iliac morning, restless and  agitated nnd, sifting lu a tiny summer  house   beneath   it   big   lilac   tree,   fell  n-muslng while the hours passed, nud  by and   by  the glare of   the  noonday  sun warned her to return to the house.  As   she   noared   the   gardeu   gate   the  vicar wa.s passing on the road outside,  and mechanically she paused to speak  to him.  "So you have , returned, Mr.:'WII- ,  loughby. Have you completed your i  business hi town satisfactorily':" j  "Thank you, yes," lie answered. "And '  I, feel like a giant refreshed ..by ".these j  few days lu Loudon���one drops Into '  such a rut, forever hi the country, j  Of course you havo not heard this j  moruliig'.s newsV" i  "No.   What has happened?" i  "The king of Stervia, who wa.s to  have beeir married today, you know,  was found dead In his, bed this moru-  bi^"'A      "������ "A  , '���' "','     '.  Willi, a choking cry Bhin.cho reeled,  and before the vicarAcould reach her  she lay faint and proneou the graveled  path. I'or hours she passed from one  lit of hysterics to another. The doctor  said her iiervea wero 'completely unstrung,; and tlio shock of-.the ,vicar's  'tidings .had been the last Ktnnv.  No one, dreamed of connecting the  country girl, who had not been In London except for three months of her life, '  with lhe king, who, instead of being  principal in the pageant of n wedding,: | g  jay dead. It wns whispered of poison,  in his (kirkeut'd p.-dace.  It was for hor he had died, Blanche  felt assured, and by sheer effort of will  she overcanio her nerves and her tin-  giiislmiid  waited-waited until on  the.  second day tho postman brought'her a  ��� Ml He    package    with    many    foreign  (���lamps thereon.   'When she next summoned  up strength  to f/ioe  the world  again and  take up the burden of life,  every  one  marveled  at the  alteration  hi   her.    Vears  older she looked.   The ! B>n '"  luster was gone from her eyes, and her  expression wa.s lhat of a woman who  liipl Just turned away from the death-  lied of all that the world held dear to  lier.   Above the dhunoud  ring on. ber  a^okV'clr'-t'ij  ���:{*Av'ur..t'"j|is.j  \,)* aAli'ttfr  wedding tlnger was n p!.;;  engraved with the old tiy.  jiah," and next .her. heart  tho only  letter she had  t-vr nvein-J  from her king lover:  Uy   Blanche���Vou  liave  lern  sll  tl'o rJ;i-,-,j t*  my  kiJproacliiny  marria^p,  and  ^i.u i'( a,n,'"  tliat   1   l.ave ultojrtlicr  torguitrn  t,'.i> i-,-.t ��,,���;,'  1 love. ���  So io, my pccrlt-sn Ul.i:u', -.    li i<si,r  neccsMir)-,, tor  ttalo  reasons,   to  j.i,l ,,it ,; tl  injtcli'arraii^cil  (or me-'by mj miinMcj. l..; .,  tiiflit  J'make  my own  qnictuj.     So fit; n,a-,j  Is opt*u to me but  llic one I m'n aa..,.t to ti-.fc t  lievc  mi',   Ilbtalif; also 1  am dcl-mi*..; !������ p;  n-.�� Jrcm   a   lif.'lonjf  hypoirlsy,   !oj, 1  si|��  Iijh  U-cn  .lorii-t)  inie  (Mi.     1  f--|i  Xl.ir.pali   ririp.   and   I   know  u   iu, ".,',,  Itlljre me innocciil in tlie (iu.* ��;  Bt-nc the oiip  from die or;!ier.    \\r.r  ir.y   ial.e.     ll<-��rt  ot  i-iy   hrirt.  (*"''  mcrt  in  the-  InijiJ  wlicrr  ill trj t ,  love it the only  khi^a  ���Ladies'  Field.  i r.-vyi  ii-Atii  i (ul; Coa^ilil  !.-:i-�� tfM.ii.|  :!'.,; ilinyi'l  i��'ell -iiritji nl  il   111(1  ��iilt|3  >".AyyEtt;'  .Moor  Onthn.  The moor baths which nre provided;  at many Austrian nnd ('cr::.\i!> I'M  resorts,   wore  lirst   ti'-id ni  l-'iv.nts  bad.    In' 1S2.7 Dr. Bu^-liiii.-mn, a pby$  chin, there, believed ilirit''\i<i hnd fo  In them n new curat lye u.ikiJ*.��ur., amp  they have since hecoine popular. SoibdS  physicians still question their otIlcncy,��  while others In Austria and Ccrn  rely upon them to rentier gOi.nl nmM]  in  ulanv  mahidles.    Though Ihe batii  " i  Is composed of peat, or moor cirtli..to,  whlcii enough water bus been addid iV  nuike a  thick  paste of tho mass, wti  the  (>eat is different from  ti,:u \.!i;c!i  Is extracted from a hog In Inland c:j  Scotland.,  In both Ireland and Scotland tliep��3t  , Is   used  as   fuel.    At  rr.*itizi.n��b:iil tU>.  i mineralized peat will not se:\c i-tiehai  ! purpose.   The bog from which it is ei  j tracted  has been saturated tlimi^'ho-t  i countless ages with mineral water, fitiJ  | the product is a stroni; checdonl cot.  . pound.   Thus a moor bath !s a uiitii'i.^  I hath   In  a  concern r.-iicd   fnri-i   ai.il ^',  i fects are produced upnit the s>a'.oin  ��� taklnu' a  course of  tliese  bat lis whVh|  .cannot   be   produced,  .���uvonl'ti-! tn e\*  I jierts.   by   any   mineral   water.���W.uii'  i wood's Masrazin**.  ���A pig is usually keptju ( ii'iy >i.  iu Persia, a.s it Is thought tbe .!>;���'-"'   ��  of the porker is bouolicia! to tin' \hAiV��  of tbe horses.  ! Women are more foivn '<���'-  linen becnuse men need iium- '.  I ing.  r-M  .About   the   only   esUlili-Jm'.."' 1!l'lI|  mnkes  miini'i   without  ml*. >-i'i-i ���  the  mint.  A   good   many  spirit   iiuiii.i.  come ufter  u   i isit   (o  the  b.u  -l/il  A   sen-.-ible   w'onmn     ^i-l-ln' '  her time on  ti handsome !������'���!''  HaBBiiaitaiaaB-wgtOMgtawaDu^  sooaS*  Take cold: easily?  Throat  |  tender?   Lungs weak?. Any |  relatives  have 'co.nsum  prion? j  Then a cough means.a great.  erry  i  deal to you.  el  ,���.. Follow- your  doctor's advice and tau  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral-   n j  heals, strengthens, prcven^ |  '��� For 40 rears  I liavo rtopo:"''*'  <���UL   | ��  Cheriv   l'i;t-ti-ral   for   hdiii.'Iiu  l11;';'  know'it Kroutly ctrotiRtItcii-J ^'''lyilli'^'.MKli. j  Miis. i*. A. Kelll^���so^, o.iii"1 ���  ?,*in..5fl-;:,Stl.fl3.  rl��t��.  c I."  JOT cr-c^-1  m:*  Hub. ,  ven (���<-���-!  ,,      .Mil. l  sreaso tho octi    �� y, ��sm  i thus aid rt-cov      ^p  Ayer's Pills Ine  tho llvor.  and thus  ^rSS ���tv-  THE MOYIE LEADER  HQYIE,    B-    C.  IllMiiarfJ*'*  fl������   CInrar.  Napoleon,   Bismarck   was   a  lie once told this story  piliki  ..���ij sn:i'i'i*'r-  ((1 ilh^tral  . hi.s love of the weed:  ���������!:/. i.ihu  .    ,.  ,    of n good .cigar is best  ........rsii.-.d v.lien it is the last you pos-  .. .. .,,(J. there is no cimncc of getting  t~''''-I'.   -M  Komiiggraetz 1  had only  left  in  i:  i  ,1..' <:  ...../uily gtiiii  ,,i;....|- guards  ,.,.| i;!--!ii'.cd in using it  I'/'.vi:!!', colors in  ,,,,;��� \iheii I should enjoy it after the  :,'.,',n. but I had miscalculated my  '_',,. ^ ��� A poor'dragoon lay helpless,  '.;;, ,|,(Jiii arms crushed, murmuring  ,1 ^jiii'-tliiuK h> refresh him. I felt in  I :.n(K"fs and found only gold, which  ( :'il not Ik  i.:  May.'    I   h��"  I liu'hted It I'm  ny   pocket,  which   I  ded during the battle a3  liis trensurc.    I did not  I painted in  mv mind thc happy  A POET'S  ALOOFNESS  ih,,_  worthies   of   \\ ,.���!.,wonl,'H   ,;J.  Iage  in  the lake  rom.trv 0r k,,.,i '   ,  bad'tbciroiMikJeasu. r,is,U('  ��  man   and   u   r,0et      H'l., ,  after  hi, �����, ,1: ",  u   mL'  /^^-^  ihey >'^dilya,!mii(e(Uh;!t,j;;Wuj;.;(f  to those who were In sjdnH,,s 0l." '  ';l  ihey could count on, him ,���, a ���������,. ."  But be did not hobnob with h .'   '  bors. n  rile did not notice them-  ua   old  ��.r_    yy  -mandtb^ery best, especially as it costs  uncertain reputations.  $y  no more than Teas of  i  m.e'v. h  ���\l:-,rl  ll..:t v.  .'���I u tli'a  of the' least use to him.  ��� ' slid my treasured  him and placed  .M\i'i-':i ins teeth. Vou should have  ��� j... ) i, ,i- fellow's grateful smile. I  i- <'n;! vi i! a cigar so much a.s (hat  !, I did not smoke.1,'  get  'I tic   Auiirl   CI��!Id.  i.n." t-n.d I"1'' mamma, "I trust  iilie   JiiU    v.eie    lit    yoiil*    Allllt  '..  yiiij  s.'li.I   nothing   lo  offend  1 *.  ������ih;  A,d.  ti.i.'iij.-unma." declared the angel  ������/   was, careful   to  Bay ' t lihig-i  -.!.: l, Vioidd make In-r know tbat you  ,,! [i.-in-i liked her for herself aloin1."  i ir ;  was ".'roper."  ��� \v,.':y,   when   she   ashed  me  If  you  -,;:'��� h..d named mc Martha so tliat she  \. ...a.)  h.ave us  her  money .when  she  ,ii,.�� I i.'!d her that papa and you had  ;,,'.,���! .ii;oiit that and .that papa said j  \,o ii.'.'-ui't dih^lc of such a thing."  ������Ami what'did sho say?" asked ui.iiii-  rii.'i n.-t '-iy-  "Ni'd'-ug. She Just laughed and Bald  j v,.is i ^o6'd girl,and I'd better run  , i,; ]���< 1 -.me when I told bor what papa  ..'i!.i r.l.u'.il her going to have a pocket  .;.���:.'  :���.   her  shroud."  much," said  man  ,n   aiJS,m.  {()  ^yi^'M'-^y-^^,:iiy  "A Jem Crow and an aula bh,e cloak  Mmi Zl"'", Fon1Ju����1 1"o old' man.  And as-for Ins Lal;iis> he }),lfl  !wver1Knew hhn with a pot i' his hand  or a piper his montli."  oid*fter ^ 1"'��bh)* thc' a,,thor I'rouglit  "Yes;   WordSworth   was  fond   of;,  good dinner al times it vou could  him to it. That was the job"  Then the poet's aloofness was again  touched upon.  "ire was forever' paring the roads  and bis own garden walks and always  composing poetry. He was* u^'u*  throng iu visitors and folks ve mim  ken at times, but if he could get nwi*  fm them a **,)PH ������, ,vns out , ,  walk.  "And then lm would set his head a  bit forrad and put hi.s hands behlut his  back. And then ]-e sv<mld start a-bnm-  ming, and It wxs bum, bum, bum, and  go on humming for Jong enough right  down and back ;)gnjn. j B���,���J0SI,f vo  ken, the bununi.ug helped him out" a  bit."  CEVLON  GREEN.  TEA is positiv<Iy uariyaleJ.    Black, Mixed or NATURAL  bold only in sealed lead packets, 4oc, 5oc and 6od per Ib.  liy all Grocers.  ^gz&sz&ss^fl ^A^RSKSRsss^ss^a^*  niVlLllAH ,        ������     -��� - , -���- - ������  *<��-       <t-J* 2    u B fcr**"    to a strict!- romnnssion firm���Trt "i  THOMPSON, SONS & CO. ^  For all kinds of wear���rain, ��ket,  ���now, wind or fust,plain coldt  A score of styles.  Lighter than fur, wanner than fur  because designed to protect exposed parts.  Cost less thaa !ur���wear better than  fur.  Leather, corduroy, cloth, flaps, neck  maslcs, drop fronts, wool, fleece or fur  lined. Stylish and durable--all prices.  Sold at all dealers���Eea that thej have  this brand.^  Jlifn R~.fi,   "ME'ONE TO HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS n  TO 30T   P CONSIGN YOUR  CRAIN TO A ftELlABLC FIRM    ^  ���.���   ��� ,      ., *W C*B8 *   PflOMPT 8ERVI0E  ASO CABEFUl  ATTENTION {  t^r     .    SUe;, WBUt' S'��nr bU*mesR and w,n ��d��TOr to give .atl.l.otlo��.  Cahhad^nc^donconsi^ant..     Keforenco:   Union B.nk of Cahida.  The oldest established Grain Commission  iJerciiant in Winnipeg.  Srafn   Exchange,   Winnipeg.  ������nanii i mi i ilii  .IM  .... i I  , nn ii moves   if)   another town  i'/ in   for   the   town   h��>. left,  ,). ;*i nd  upon   it   that   he    has  ..(.,-     uny thing   to   help     tlie  i> .4    and   was   an ' undesirable  -\   tli.'-lios.   nots  or  imiis   with  Si/an    (a    l.owtlor).     It    will  ���i'-ix-i' nith  tlie srnrutpKt onse  3��  ...  .i  ��� i.> much', liberty may  ;, i.f his liberlV.  dc  A  I"  . '.i1* nl  , -...',  . *    i  \;,i.y  ii/.;,", ���  - ;;���).,.���;,  tiin :.  'll. ������ '  ir.- ;.i  il.i. .''''It  tJKNKItOUS   KATICKS.���  i:,  it..,' y   [.ersuns  of  healthy   K|ipi-  ii.i     liiucslion-    wl;��.     ufier    n  .    tie  subject   to   much   sufU-r-  .- -!   td, , v. Inch   tbey   hnVe   rar-  ,'.'���   lr��-i    in    their' .sloimichs  tn. ri'Kf.ion.   u   .smoltu-rinir   feol-  i i.e   mi   iiflbclevl   i->   unlit   for  i i'rk   of   i.n\-okimi       In   this  r:-iili'e'.M   \'et:ointjle  Tills   will  I liov  will  nsMM.   tlio  iiti^in:-  ���   iiilniMit,   iin<i   uspil   iirford-  *,:,.-n   will   rt-jston*.   lii-iilthv  fii-  Xot  a  Good'Looker.  , From lhe mountains of Camden, Me  comes a story Ofoa PhiladcliiliJa merchant tvho has a" .summer cottago in  that village aud who whshed" lo exchange u. lively horse which he owned  -svith a French Canadian who had a  ���more gentle animal, which women and  children could drive. The Frenchman  was willing to trade, but for some reason insis'tt-d upon repeating to the yis-'  ltor���that the local horse did not "Jook"  us well as tbe one belonging to the,  Philadelphia man.  ���bi exchange satisfactory to both  parties wa.s eventually made, and the'  lirst time the ..visitor's wife took" the  new horse out for a drive she discovered, mat the beast was as blind as a  mule. A few-days later, when the rus-  ticator met the Krenohman, he said:  "Sec hero, you rascal! That horse  you swapped with me for mine" was  stone 'blind. Why didn't you tell-me  of it nt the lime':"  "Ah'm bin try tell you all Ah'm bin  know how for to tell.  Ah'm bin say my,  horse was no, look laic you horse���say'  ro see*-:, jiine tains.   Ah'm uo bin blaui  ccf  you   no  bear me."  aclenna  Bros.,  GRASM    R1ERCHANTS,  TELEPflOSB H90. , T>, o. p0;c   jg3  WoSntyro Block,  304,   Winnipeg.  W!ie.u,(i[;ii (.-Min   <"f  all  k-:nr:s.    Cur  r.o��ul��r ad.  I.<:'".<1 l.ntH ii S|iOi (jtltj  viMJi-es on Ji'lip of LadinR  Wiite Or Tv-i;o ui for Track Uid��, or  ConniRn Vour Grain to us, whiuh-w��  will sell for your ;iccount, on yonr approval to highest bidder.  POSTMASTER IS  MADE HAPPY  "Pinto" ������S&etfl  MittS and Gloves  A hundred styles of mitts and gloves  made of "Pinto *' Sheil Cordovan, that  new, tough, boil proof, scorch proof, tear  proof, rip proof, wind end rain proof  leather ni��de from thc hide of the western  bronco. ,  Knit wrister mitta ; double wrists, one  inside sleeve, another outside ; fleece lined,  fur lined, scores of, styles for all  kinds of  ��� '*  uses.    None genuine unless branded;    '  After  Years  of   Sickness  Dodd's  Kidney Pills Cured Him.  nits   h-t tulle , t he     truth  HOW'S  ���**> ,,"...   ..- ,���   Huri'lr  .r.- n-   ���'.  I'.e.tnh   that  cannot  .',"..'- (V, .������ - ft;  J   1>ollai-H   Itcward   fnr  be  cure*'  b>*  I--   J    OIKN'KY &. CO , T'.M'O.o. O.  ��� ', y'.^'tn-.!.     Iiiim?     known    l-\    J.  i.Ti   1.1  j-PiU-i,   urn!   N-Hom'  Mini'  .,' !������ irt nil buslncKi transiictiarii  ,.' i'.;-  lo enny out any obll-?atl>ir.i  ,���   :!-i'i  '.'���st ,-;- TUtr.vx,  Wli.j'.i^utc DruKst-^ts. Tolclo. O  .t  '-l.IUNti.   lilNAN  .-i   MAIIVIS,  '.'.'l-iiirs.il.*- rini-firtstK. Tol.-i'o. i\  u  li fiiii' li  tnk.-n  lnlc.nui.lly.  act-  !.i...:i   (hi-   l.li.o.t   anil   triurous  si-r-  --���,:. m,     V> "Union! iXt   rent   fti-o  '.'!::���-     Sold  ly ��!!  DrusB'iPti  I'y !MU." mi" the b<*st.  tv.u ��� jmrt i .tis     ui'   ev. rv  ^lu'ii   lie   Khuuld   not      *.'���<���������  'i.-it.  when  he  is  mud. niul  ���n he i.s m  ;i gocrl  huitior.  Trcm   Shaped   b>  tho  TVlnd,  The effect of wind upon trees is powerful.    Even  the presence or absence  of  forests may bo determined  by  the  character of the prevailing wind or the  conditions  that modify ,it.    The wind  acts as a drying ugent.giving a special  aspect to many, plants.''   When it is almost always  from   the   same  quarter  tbo  plants  show greater  development  upon one side.    Trees aro smaller on  tho,"windward' edges   of   forests,   and  trunks and branches are bent to leeward. The deformations aro most marked near the sea or In flat regions.   The  cherry,   plum,   walnut,   black   poplar,  ash and certain pines are very sensitive lo the wind, but luouiilaln pines  and certain firs offer great powers of  resistance, nnd these are recommended  for reforesting wind swept lands.  I'lainStiUeixir-iit of-.i .>')\r ttrmmtrlck 1'ost-  master vrlio5e Kliluey I'airis bave Gone  .*Se\cr to Keturi).  Lower Windsor, Cnrleton Co., NAB.,  October 1 7.--f Special)��� T. II. lielyea,  postmaster here, well Known ,and'  wide'y re��pci:toii. i.s lianpy in the  discovery i-f ;. permanent cure for the  Kidney pains that have troubled him  for years.,  "1 h.ave been bothered with Kidney  Trouble for years," I'oslMii.s'ler 15.-1-  yea se.ys. '[ have tried many medicines and plasleis wilbiv.L petting  any histinif beneiit. till heard-1;** Dodd's  Kidney   I'dis   so   highly  s>pokcn  oi"   1  detorminid to .try them. They seem  to ha-.e made o complete euro'in ;ny  case,  as I   feci "as  well  as, ever 1 was.  1 "I believe that Hodd's Kidney Pills  are tho right medicine, -for Kidney  Trouble, and. will do all they are  churned  to do."  Dodd's Kidti-"y T'iils cure the Kidneys and wiili he.dihy Kidneys no  one can have I'-right's Disease, l.um-  .batro.   Ilheuinatisin,    Prop'sy   or   Pain  n the Pack.   Thousands will .t.ell j'ou  nW'hrstler nnd   H!��i  itfoilcl.  .Tames MacNoill U'iiistler one**' owed a  female model ?."> Tor sittings.    She'waa  a   Philistine   of   the   Philistines,   who  knew nothing of her -gallon's fame and  was   in   no   way  impressed   with   his  work.   One day she told another artist  that she had  been' sitting  to  a  little  Frenchman called Whistler, who jumped  about, his  studio  and  was  always  j complaining   that  people   were   fc'win-  , dling   him   and  that   be  was   making  ! very little money.   The artist suggested.  j that if slie could get any piece of paint-'  j ing'out of Whistler's studio be would  give, ber ifoO  for it.    Although  skep-  '���licnJ. the model decided'to tell her "lit-  i tie  Frenchman"  of  thi3 too  generous  J offer and selected oue of -the  biggest  and finest works in the studio.    "What  did he say?" asked the artist'"\yho had  made   the  offer  when   the  model   appeared in a, state of great excitement  and looking almost as If .she bad come-  6econd best out of a scrimmage,    "lie  said:   'Fifty   dollars!     Good   heavens!  Fifty  dollars!' , And  he got eo  mad-  well,  that's how I" came In  here like  this."  occ'asiiis'  Made of "Pinto" Shell Cordovan,   buckskin  ressed stecrbide.  with unrippable thread ia lock-stitche<S  Strongest and   best  moccasins   for all  kinds oi wear.  . See   tbat  fhey   ara .branded  ���with this brand.       '  SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE.  this out of their own experience.  Don't   cive .-!  iii-iiiikiii'il ten cen Is rt  (.paring   hiin   to   piMmis-'*   \on   he  \\,',  not   spend   it   for   .stro.ig  drs-uk  would  mill   bo  educating  ;t   liar.  V.i.i  thn t  a.ne  -i i  nu.  MP  your  eotn-  -This   it   to   certify  troubled     with     a  '.n years.  ���'<'���'    -.ei'-d   ihi-.-e   bottle.S   of  A':i�� S   DINIMfCXT and  am  ���'-  i' Urii.  '."���'���a ui,. qi-eat pleasure to ris-  -t!-'' i' and you nn' at libc-'U'  - ���! .-��� in niiv v,ay to further the  ���' ' ��� Ai   Miluablc medicine.  " iamis.       uoHF.irr lu-ss.  "'ii,. ili.ti washes nnd dii��'s  *������"���- nn ' hour lias In-en in-  "'������d il is guitrni. teed thai  ' ���!���*.. saucers. u \d ol Iter  "'��' out   of  the  wash  without  History  Mn.de  rnlatnblc.  Joseph   .Salvador,  the   French historian,   and   Jules  Sandeau,   a   novelist,  made their meeting at a public reception the occasion for a dispute as to tbe  .respective places whioh they occupied  in the world of letters.  "The reading of history is like a pill-  it needs the sugat coating to make it  palatable," argued (he novelist.  "Ab, but It is the ingredient which  cures, not the coaling," remarked the  historian.  "Then let us divide honors," said Sau-  deau. "for if lt wero uot for my sugar  coating your historical facts would dry  on the shelves."  f;��dn    wisi-'.sriux    simi i.n   \v\ir  i).\ A I'rKlTi'K --To haw the -.loni.y-li  wi-ll is to h:i\ e ll.i- !ier\ou* s\ sieii! iwil  Veiy iielii-ftiu im- tin* iii;:o.-"t ive iirtr.-iii-  !:i i-ouie ue sviisitive aie thev thru ai-  iiiii-.plu'rie i-hivci*��-s .il'.'i-ct llicin When I ht-.v  b.-i'<i!j,f lii^iii'i'iii.ci-ii i.e better iv^u'i.U.ir  is i'gocui !i'nl>' ih,i:i Parmsb'iVs \'''l*'.-; ui .<���  Pills 'I'iu-v will i\s--'.-* t i��e ili-reslu n ^o  t lint    'I''*   iii',in \    i-ii'er   v. ill   suiri-j    i.<>   ;r  i--in\ .'-I.  fits   of  fi'ii-   inn:  his    UMl.l  ,11  1 i\ e  .ill   i I.e  hi-.ii--  N,i  fill'*!'  otv I- er. fooled   the  pci.ip.le  ti'-'lli  ^���inarti's Li^inieni fcr sale tverywhere.  .It is. a good s  ity endorses hui-  mif in lot o wii ii  ,gn   when a  bands  and  each  otber  I'oiniiuin-  wives be-  l.s Ihoii' nil*..*.liuii.' snore iiuiui*. ::m llnwi  huM'm "tour loin sti-;.p��-*l niuui " Jsih.ri-  .i;i\;Uuil! ui'i.'i' ik-laju iu! lli.ui i-ouii-.::  nd ol it ' Hollow av'.- Colli 'Juri' .'.ill ���'..,  it      'I i \   nml  ho i niiv ii.ced  Henley1*  SniTerlnR-n.  In fifty-four years of his life���be was  j born   in   1S49���W.   10.   Ilenley   never  knew ��� what   a . day's   perfect   health  meant.    When liltlo'iuore thau a boy  bo was  attacked by a   disease which  necessitated   thc   amputation   of   one  foot.   Lie was told later'by the doctors  that the sacrifice of the other leg was  necessary were he to live.    The fame  of   Dr.   Lister   Lnd   reached   Henley,  and,  penniless   and  almost  friendless,  be   determined   lo   try   Edinburgh   in-  iirrnary.     Thither   he    traveled   third  class in physical .suffering such as few  bave known, and when he reached the  iuflrmaiy      his      whole      possessions  amounted to a few shillings.    Hi3 confidence in Lister was justified and his  leg was saved.    Ue was and remained  a   cripple,   but   neither   hopeless  'nor  helpless.     His   astounding   nimbleties3  under   these   conditions   suggested   to  Robert   Louis   Stevenson  the  physical  sketch of John Silver.  MONTREAL,        WINNIPEG'  �����  All   thinns 1 o.mk' l b  uniting  anil   go   after  those  uho  them  v'P  c N��  Mldll'tV,   HAPPY   HAWKS.  I'll I ! 1  lll.h  , l:��*..|.  is ���  W.d  lle.iv  "iv's  11(1(1  Vf].,  I Hi;  Uv,  Wei.  1......  Un  MlSI  ii.  ''III- f,,  ^ttl,.',  Hi',,,,  ��nli...  ly  i'ii   greater ' treasure    on  ;!"  n, healthy,   hnppy.   merry  ���-'���'i.Mhitig   therefore, that   will  '';"  little  one   iu   this   condition  'j:n'''h:ss: boon  to  ntot.'hers. '-.Mrs.  lll!iU- -Mnplu. Creek.   N.WAT.1; tells  '".' "'''.oinplish'ed   this   rod.    She  y,'1   11 t-n   happy,   to    sav    that  ���s,)V-n   Tablets   have   done    my  '-111  a  world  of gopd.    She whs  ll-i,"h'led  with .constipation nnd  ,, ��� ,,,���   "',(1  peevish, but since��� us-  1 '"    !"��blMs   slu  her  th.. T.,],,  '���'     A, Mil  'I'V   till  "���mlii    n->I,,.-     /. ...   , ������  ,  ;hii ���    M'lh.'-  !���   Own     Tablets     ari  ,'1'1''     A;   A,      1   ....   ,  ���'  b -sou  ior other   mothers  "    .��'   safe   and   certain, inedi-  ���t li  'ci  )!efs  is   nil   right,  once or  twico  ���site   is  A'   thin,  ll'nby'f.,  hip,- fo  llow.such  a  lhat there run  .���ii  .little ones.'  nici rv.  be  'Ail,I,  'duients from which theii  '"ler   from   tin-,t.   (oAtiiiie.  f)     l',s ��rr; sold under  a guar-  ... "''"i   no   of.i���te   or  harm-  i",.l,l!(l   l|U',v   nre   good   for   all  ,, ' '"   ll|e   new   bom   babe   to  (.  .,     I''('w"   child.      Sold   at.   LT,  '"^ '"' sent,  by mail   bv  writ-  '"   'he  Dr.   Will in ,����'��� s  'Ini  'inlihv,  tl���.  <i!  Hi  r.  Wi  Will in,ns'  Out.  ���di-  ^-���<J. No~"isi'  Tlie Durnllnn of a Drcniu,  One evening Victor Hugo was dictating letters to his secretary. Overcome  by fatigue, the great man dropped into  a' slumber. A few moments afterward he awoke, haunted by a dream  which, as ho thought, had extended  over several hours, rind lie blamed his  secretary for "sitting there waiting for  bim' instead .of walcenin-  going away. What was  when the bewildered  hiin thn the had only just finished writ-  iug the last sentence dictated to him.  A   StrWinir  Simile.  Old Employee-Vou know as well as  1 do that I have been as faithful as  clockwork in your employ. _;   ���  Old Kiiiployer (hitterlyl���Yes, j��st  exacllv as faitht'ttl as clockwork. You  struck every time you could and never  gave more than live minutes' warning*.  him or else  his  surprise,  secretary   told  Minard's Liniment Relieves I  Al  1 es  bew.'i'c   of  eo\    maul  the  ni"  11  dun  ��'i'  Wl'IT.X  iHit her  ;il*,ou  \ oil  I    lie  1'-;   ins I   as  u in a   co11  but    \mi  .Iii   ine u- !  ri :  1H)  11   I'ni.irli  ni'i-i.-rl i'i!  In-t-nl-    "|i  .shiiU.'il   In  iiisl    s-yitipliiins  U     till!  In-edll  ',  ���    won  '  1,1 n;  NO I'   Pl'.I.Ay   ���I'i'   not   li'l   11   '"i'  I io. on    upon    vol;    ni-    it    uill    i!  ������ Pr.  'I tmi'.ins'   l'.i'i.\t 11c ��. "u I  v. ill  ii   r.��!il   nml   i-in-..'   ti   i-oiiti-li., iiiiil  ii'Mii-iril   i,t   nl; oin.e   ivli.-n   the  ii|i|,i'iir.      It   run  irtdseil 'so lino,  miiv Jni-. e will  cli'lii-nti'.'l'rv  il  1111    ilis-  uny   lir.plcii.s.iiil  ���tn.-.li1   it  IkA iiiiiieri-ei.ilihli-   lo   tho  'nml   lie   i-inuinceil.  ��� The .Rod  Sen.  Here Js an interesting theory: What  made the Red sea red? The blood of  locusts. Read a few Hues from Exodus: "And the locusts went up over  all the land of Egypt und rested in all  the coasts of Egypt; very grievous  were they. Before them there were no  such locusts as thoy, neither after  them shall be such. For they covered  the face of the whole earth, so thai the  land was darkened. And the Lord  turned a mighty strong west wind,  which took tho locusts and cast them  into the Kcd sea. Tliere remained not  one locust in all the coasts of Egypt."  The Led sea today Is no more red than  any other sea. Its reddening was temporary.  Success    is   assured   if   Ogilvie's  Hungarian    Flour   is   thc   founda- '  tion  upon  which it depends.  It has nevar yet been rounil  lacking in any clement that counta  for success, and0 the bread Or pastry yt produces cannot bo oquallod.  The OGILYIE FLOUR MILLS Co., Ltd.  ^�����^^i>��H^��^^^^^^����eee8ea9e��80$^^'i}$��'j>*)<S'*j��4VH->  I  AWE:    VOVJ    BUIUDINO  T  if so  use:  THo  Bes-fc Oaji!e2 irVs  Pepor IVSacSe.  It 13 very much stronqrer ond thicker than any other (tarred or building) paper. It Is Impervious to wind, keeps out cold, keeps la heat car-  ���rieg no smell or odor, absorbs no moisture, imparts no taste or flavor to  enythniR with which it comes in contact. It is largely used not only for  sheeting; houses, hut for lininj*- cold storage buildincs. refrlcerators dair-'  les, creameries, and all places where Uie object is to keep an even aud  uuifcrm temperature,   and  at  the same time avoiding dampness.  Write oar Agents. TEES & PERSSE, Winnipeg, for samples.  The E. 3. EDDY GO., Limited, HULL.  ���  ^���^^-^���������������^������������������^���������'*e��o'Sso��ao3s��fr^^^>*-^^^HS,^^^^.^4^.^*  The -tan whosa wife makes it hot  for him never speaks of her as the  sunshine of his existence.  Lots     nf 'mien,  .-.tick,  to  nothing.  i'ke   had   tniisihige.  If  you     want  about   cluli   life.  to,    know     an.Nthiii.i;  ask   a   roiiceiuaii.-  ���A  that  bird, in   the  hand  begin  to1 warble  iU   -l  wcrth  ti in A  '.t\-r,  Classifying  Him-  the peddler, "this  ��� e  hair on  a  l'MI:  ou a punip-  "Yes, nin'iun, said  here hair tonic will  billiard.hall.'j'  "Hut  will  it  raise bait  fell, V" asked the lady of thc bouse  "Well, I should say so  "I'll lake  to try it."  should say so!  ��� a bottle nnd get my husbaud  Scrvunti.  First Housewlt'e-Somo  .ibotit everything (he servant does  Second   Housewll'e-Cracious!  do voudureV-I'ctrolt Free Prui  days I ��u<1��  Hovf  'runs..  it   is easier to  whip .'sdme  if is  to keep, seine whipped.  men   limn  Shir  rt   waists   and   dainty  are  made  delightfully  Wlint   In  Gioit.iipf  There has boon complaint from the  beginning of history that women are  "curious." What is curiosity? It is  the uneasy appetite of un, ill fed. mind.  People fully educated and fully 'employed are not curious. .Civilized woman has inherited the' mental growth of  man and then has .bad to con tine that  enlarged capacity to precisely the same  field of activity which was sufficient  for a=Bf*ua\y. Women bave been accused for. centuries of a tendency to  "gossip." . What is gossip? It is small  talk about other people. The tendency  to this vice is a reaction from the persistent presence of our own affairs.���  Success.'   ,    ;       . .  Alns,   Too  Late.  Tvitly���What did you do when he  threatened (0 kiss you?  Blanche���I didn't do anything. Why  should1 1? I just waited until be bad  committed an overt act.  Kitty���And (hen?  Blanche��� Why, then It was too late to  punish him. ,    .,  Cholera morbus, rriiinns ami kindred  complaints -innui'liv mal.',' 'their appear  a 111*0 at the :.ame lime as tho hot v-e-i-  ther. creen fruit. cucumborH, melons, etc  und manv persons ,nio debarreil irom ont-  iiur theso teniotiiiK- fruits', but thev need  not ubstain if they Ifnvo T>r. d . 11. Kel-  loii-cr's Dysonti��r.y Ceidial. anil lake a fev.  drops ia water. It cures the cramps and  cholera in a re mark u tile ninmier. ami is  sure to check every disturluiiK-i- of the  bowels. '.  A.s a rule thc man who isn't afraid  to stand up for his rights imagines  that,  he   lias   a   right   to   anything    bv-  ivfints.  A   sensiblo  woman  "seldom.   Wastes  her  timcy on'a���'handsome  man.  Jllnard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  ._A   pessimist  doesn't,   enjoy   life     unless he. doesn't ' ...  Mixsni's Linimsiit Cures Dandruff.  ,.   Ciii'penters . and   poker   player*i     are  known  by -their chips. ,,'������'.  Lovc'imd   hate   have- good -memories';  only. indilTerenc.e forgets.  If  ail   flesh   is   grass   the  vegetarian  is   up  against a  meat  diet.  Worms cause feverishiiotss, ii-ioaniuir e-nd  restlessness" tlurlnK sleep. Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator is'pleasant, sure an*  effectual.. li your drugcist has none in  stock,  net hiur to procure it  for you.  Any man is -liable to make mistakes, but. It is the other fellow who  blunders..  ���    ���. .'"���''  &>x  A   niean   man   often  has   a  powerful  influence-'over a good  woman.  linen  clean and fresh  light Soap.  ���with Sun-  She  St rack  Too.'  O'Toole���Mnkloon sthrnck  his  wolfe  isthidy. ,    ' !       ��� .  McK;cU-Is ho In Jail?  O'Toole--Naw; he's In tb' hospittlal-  Just whsr It w.as 2d years dgc,  is now.'  Tit* prompt, sure cure for  s?^ AND S'.  Price, 25c. and 50c. ^".*=-~ ������.'"-J?,-- irfiWjW'j'll'T'j.-,- ~  I - ,  i     "���  i -. .    ~    * ;   * ��� -, -.-       .,...,.._,  i / -. ���!. . , -,. �� ;;        i   -    .   i . {i i -  *���-->  is:bt_?u   J-iii-Ubii.  y,    ^ihli-.::i-("i 2:. ti:ij ;,-tc'--*' ��.f ll-t Tcojile; *i't'Iii*' ,Jl'-    ^;'('i;shi:rrr,    j-a.,     won't! j  !c-e:i {.ui  ��-.70  c:   threo h;��ura   in   the!  ;'.,��� -vi,. ;,!'iJ fjiii.I ili..(iCcn.iv.   ' ������������'- -i fi'no Q A T.Fitoifi Label- tafi. * ;,0 -^p~~~vww^   TO.see.A.fc-u. -Julie Wentworth'  4 *.?���!.  '*;g   ti:i"j   it..-   iv.'j   ji.'.*.;���  j-.-l.-Ho'Vii. J;,   j,. ;.Icf':-.t:.*u:i.   JO   K.|  ^  tl'f jf!  sis.  ��', -f. ���-��� itVTij .���:- r.-  VutOtfiiier'  <?  '.yyAyy:-y.-:  -Ayy: y'yy:'  n.VTIIS Or* ��ii.l*."i;*iril *���*���������.  jo Ver.)-, -.   - n. _      J.1 '  ,.*?.00  I;  yyyyi  ���->y.  Ax A  fi.-",' per; of (!;���-> nb.'ht. which *i*ju!e   it !  very bwid foi he: .j.-irenle. Her mother j  concluded lhat, tli-j cliild had   stomach;  troubis, and f ,v.<*   hr;-   h,*.)f  of  one  of |  Chamberhtrr..'.-   P(.o ;i:icli    j:-.id     Liver  Tiu.ktsi   r/ir.eh  *jiiicft"!   he;   stomach  s'-nd .-rhe slept tbfe v/hoD night through.  I ���'-.���. ^ bu.'-.t'c c[ th ':.*(! Tnl'lo'.w have efieot.-  . ul :-. ,, -*. .van'tni cure, aud   slie   Is  now  ,    The ;ate  fiighr Ket��.  Y.\ il. f.Jyilsfo.ie j ViVi; ���,������ strong.     For sale by a.l drtn--  ��jnce   smtl:   "teGtl'hvj ovrsni    ihe  ;i;hsL '-,.,,. ���   ���  i * |  glS-lS. i  ��i��"ii make  money  v/Hho.it i.'ulveriis.'rjg."  ���   . This is  why GlttiSstotit;   is remor.iiior?i!  its the Crr.r.i! OJcl Han  ".'rrr3\!  Ta'waiiurKi^aBC* wsunKffjcjuua  Barter Shop^.���^  'AiiC; Batb �� Room's.  In .STONE Building'.  Open Wednesdays  'Ipyfy?|Ay ;aA ' ���"     The iiuiiuuiioi'inaii   Miai   M;-ry Mc-'  fy^y-iiyyAyi::     Li'iicii-.tcwodis   likely   to   call   forth]  X;v<-AyyxAyAxA;     wxprcssiiiu:- pf fiyi-mathy   i'or���(ho fed-  A-ftplIp     ^W. ."'"���  ',' ' '    f 'i'n*;,'.'!1.^''   '"��,'-���.".'���." ':' I'd ,*.��� *��>.'M J>t-��Hf3,TWIHE7't��WW tn^r* ����*JRr��m  Ay.ylSji^^yyAg1 -  y;y��y|Sf|AA::fy,       vJulo Youn^i.r, (he i.".ndd; lias- tiro;!. . ���. ��     { ..  'AA$%xWB:AM   of the Hln-numic, life ei   the   slio-vnutn I   ' ' P;Ua O^l'Uraay  ' ���;.���"���: n'if��;rt!i?i;Siiy-'ytyw��. ��� In  ���'���'���   #lf��!sKyyA$y'.,uiid imuoinice.*-, that ho ia? decided loi W. fl. Sto^i-:, Prop.  i'-- a- llpSpl-v Aa   S�� to To":i-: and -jiiL.'jr the 'ijiiI   e i-1 ������ 11 e | cr/^Sfj:^ ; ^r-f ;^L-g*^-r w-wmh. jw...^  * |A|;iy"|^Ayyif    and ranch biitmcdo.     He iu beim*   (in-    v-,     ���    3  ll.   I  AA-yy-AiyyAA^y. anced tiy ted fi lends, ana   his   partner  ���'.-..yiA.iiyy-i^iy.yA , l ,  . y,.y.lysMy-yy wiil be an old coiuriule, who \v;i^   tilth  a::WWWa-M. hio\ in Quantrell'*? baud.  lieBideutiai Join   on [Campbell  sf rent.  1-tesideutjul    lots  pa  Tavistock  atrcct.  '  i,  IJoue. and lot on Victoria street.  House and1 lot  on  Lake, ��hore  avenue*  1    j  Business    block    on    Victoria  street.  Good (hiir'y business'near town.  Mining r-tock, ,   ,  iron rent.  Office room!! und living  appart-  j     aienfs on Victoria street.  llnuses Jor rent.  We do   a   general   comniij-rjlon  business.  M'.ds In tlif .'. 'IA '). F. hiil'  !    ^  y. \j **  �� OPERA HOITBS -x CRANBROOK.  ;, A. Modern  Rote!  r. r. jo.mmo;,   ^ C0NN Eori0N> i' 'Jn a Modem Tqw  bee y.     CM i ' ���  Sattlii'diiy   Havi'.f,   r-l-   o   o\.*b.c ���  Yi.-u:'ig f-'iotltrcn  pro cnrdmlly in      ,    ���^  vitcd   to   aiiutd   tiic.-io   met'tir.rtj.     J    ^.       . 'fT.y  ! m J^  li. A. .S.niTJf,  Prog.  ��srs-ircgrr.T-c^��n^'.j-��wLt.T!^c^^  '���^r^\  1  n  O  F,  ll  tly  it  '.J.-  ^'.^  J'fi  I\fee(s every IMoin'.av evening in   their  e���tss������  j    Rollins & Dickinson, $  ri'oju-ltiU-i-ss. $;*  .rc'  J13'.>r*-'../<*.<a?.A^-sA*.*&-A&i^-'-^-!#r..-^.j&.^.A&.^.^.^  .,r s��  **-*..       \'/  .-;    :^.i-��-- r��W��r>'^-r��^-^'��r.-*.*��c'*>-y��'^^J^i��au��5 ^^c?-.^J>-.  "^  V5^  *��r jrr -r)- nnti^ni .i��-w*u-Am^  hall 'on   Victoria   dtrcel.'    Sojourninj?     ^^^^^^^-^?^"^!^^  Odd Fellows cordially invited.                    &5                   -���                               .   ��� " ** " ^ ^-^' r^--*'^^-^!  ^"                             "                                      ' " J1  ra " ���     ;  0. A. JTOOTE,   ��� F. J. SMYTJJ,  Noble Grand. '   Sccr'v.  ��� *wwawa>:ii��.jwwj<mi�����m'u*i  Moyie Boalrd of Trade  Farrell &. Smyth  'ts ,*?     d/? <; k   ��   .r& t?-fe  IS  I\'teets on'tho'iirat Wednesday  evening of eauli     niontb  at  S (-'clock rhfirp   .in tlu* court  y ���*�����? Jiouse. ' J   iii;  \ Jame.-s Citoxry, lion, ..L'ret'.  MOVIE, U.."C.I A. r_ Maodoxai.d, Pres. u  =^======��S=   P. P.   Ji'^K.-SXON,      . J{.   CAXJi'HEIJ., ,    Sf  V*ifi} iJo  ill  fountain  '���/;;���.:'0^y-yikyyx       \Vhen Duwic; vn"; iii .\o\vc > ork Dr,  AAAj#i!f#|AAAylyf;-   Purkhur&t took occasiuu to roast   lum I  , a vA'AyyAAAAXAX   . .-   .     ��� , !  A.   AHAifpAyyjy^-.giverely for hie* acljon-j and tHie.v.nce.-'. I  [ y~y-,-. ',$y'x -a iji.'.iyic'yiyy'Aj.A.'.'diii ��� /  |y':'|A|y|l?||A|| ii, i& a0}y Dov-ii.^ time to talk. "There '  'yAv'ySl^lSrlll id <l��at /)iitic:*al-ie r.iri-htirst," he n.iya. !  AyA"|||g||Af||yp I'Hy toj;*: ever his -.ojintju aud .liisi  AyAyll;��iI|||AAil| heurei'S tod tvin'ib listciisng to,him. J ���  AyA.' ||||||g||y|t 'have iv.-ide ur m^* mind that Park-  'A-A-.' lipilff^^l-lfl burst is uot .-.vorlh powder and ehol.  -y-.AAy'A^A^-tyxA'iyX' "tig iiGyci fn hie -i^c rddre^fs^! !?? pir'hv  ������A.A--aMMiffx'iyi'i;, uuoplu rs [ flddr-"--.*   fn   one r'cel:.,   I  0\ >^'f^ A ^"���irili*  -PHK^-I,,'vcrh03ri't:'i:tr?r j''"r-',':rat-i,aji'J ob;as, p. ''oampjjell  ''Al|i^y|p|!vAp- gi-t. ibe.poiiu'j to kcej} pc-.)j.-k* out cf his ' 5  ,A.:|||||||||; cliurcti, a-;   f- y do    ���*tr:iy   meetings. Undertaker'  ���A||i|i;:ife|^A What do 1 care about   what .thev  eay a'nd '' , '  :^';-Al||||}i|A  A;AA-y,��ili|lli'  ISo-r Oia Tn Aim.?  SJZOi  1     Oeice oyer imperial  Bank  of   Canada.    Telegraph aud   niair orders   re-  t  sirrrgi-tyjuatsSglM-ri-~*r-v~--~���.-.ff.^ Tfirjir-iiiBi  -a. f|l|pl|:V' The Vroblem-raiary is ii years old. yC(nvc, Pr0f"i^   attention.    Open ^nigh  f";|l||f|fl|^Iary if3 twice a^ old au Ann was   ^'licn fa,1(1 di'y'    Pll0ae 4:'*  -;;li;fi|llHM'Mary wts ao eld as /Ann id now.  - itow | f 'yep-r--,,,�� _ -L. '     -d    ��.,  ���������'���Ay^ttsfsiSai i'^i'   -i i ���      i        .- *-'i��S/Ii.OjL��JUii, ��5.   L*.  AyA^fe^Sli^V0^1   le   AnnA , '       '' ' ; I  :"'A||il:lij||i!-yi     fcomosuy.d-.e isiS.    Cithers  are'cr-l =  ''���'"-''yll^llf yft!' tain yhs iin:t be 1:A    of 11  othcr-i O'c  :,A.;:iII$|lIf..i^i^'-c that ?ho \Axi.  'tSXfiMy   T1-* V?oidfA. r-rn ������j.i.ro ^p  r,l lU-|.  -A^^iMIffcE v.Vj.'-?.   J'-onlbuIl Practice v.*a-3 tu-r^t,;.-'' !  �����"'?'.'t '���*i(,'^-:'('-6'''" ���':-.,\ (2 , 1  ��� ���t-I^W^^"''1141'*" ll "v':- !'-:-!'' *>"���   r?''*::   <"*:      '*-" -���-- f   .  :]yyMM$'MB--the :a \y CA ; ���;m:-,7"  -a-   d..-'v, '1 |  '  A'AplpIfeA^r^'Ai'^'-v  .d.  -y     .   ..'.     2'v.n.   ii,il"-i  ii||pAi;^l;  M"rsc. W. A. Pres'fc,   .  i Photographer  Cures Pain Instantly  in< any part-of body.  Without taking a .drop of ���  medicine. All thc superficial  pains are relieved rvithoiu tho  big risk ol- taking dangerous  drugs iuto tlie system. Ita  work   is   simply   marveloue.  t ���  Price, $2.00.  CHRISTIAN      NIELSP:^,,     Agent  raoyjE, b. c.  Vice-Pros.  Kec'y.  ra3r-*0ttCMCIE-HKVCNN  Harvey   ,&   McOarter,  FORTsrr.KLK.B.r:  t  llarvay, jMtfCartl'r ft rii.kltam,  1    ���   n>  ,  KEVKLSTOl'K, B   C.       n  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. P. aif'RD,  J4.^,Vi -w *^��i.'      jVif ^.'A ��fc/SU A.    Sj,.^ ^J i  ^  Tho safest ht'iy cu tho Bor^'on, nnd you will double your  money in three mon til.--. Th;* company have 12 chuniH,  which surround tho St. JS liberie mine���tho ImgObt silver-  lead mine on the American continent.  U.UtXUSTKK, SOLTCIXOK, 12TC.  CRANBROOK.  tn wmnmti.M.mrj'Kx&Kiatiawn*  li, 0  nts a. dnare  0. F. DESAULNIER  j (  DB.VI.E}'  ur  -J. I CU'JOiO.  1..L   uliU  ���:j li i (  itii^i.iiT "Sisr-?��--i.r;-j^fi^jaw^^j.'*tti-j .  PRO.MPT DELIVERY.  QMQenB' Ave?. ���    MOYIB  CO^APfll ITAN  -^>.?t.^i 1 .^ -.J? R.   if SjA' i ill *  D&, F. E. KING,. .  .   30E32Sr^l?XS^E,0  t  Cranbrook, ��� E, 0.  George K. Thompson,  ��y<   For Particular? apply (.���.-;  yMMAy^xiA-KX-.that -ui'i*; y riiAiynu A.  ���_< ;iJ       ; >.' t.' I',  IT*-*,V^i�����> ����� ^  I  !  ti  box :?;;.  17 a t> x.i x? n    Qr  t1'!��/? vrr O' '  EAKR1STKP., SOMCITOK,    IS'f)   i ,^  t tf-5*  .tarv Pu.'Ujc. Ac.                      ! Cr0  '       .                      I ^  Solicif'/i* for tlio Lmperial  15 ink of tlaii'ulu.         ���  '.         I l\'  I P'S '-"���'V-'%'',��   *'X''5'J'"   ���-y-J"'.^-A.--  -Kf   -Vfi-.-v.    ..yy^��..   .v.-. -..;.-.--,..,,���..���- --.^-,^.'  C1R AXBRt'!07C,       H*:r;-;sii Ooi.u?.u:ia J * * -"^ ^-"r-aV-'s4 -y-*-'^--.-^ =-'*-- -v^*:;^,.- ..J^.^r:,-^. �� ^tiL^.^^  *2'^JZ-Aai  ^roviK. if.  J J .  Ci.  *-i^��3gr r,�� i.. |.^rtr.^c^T^_3..-^Ty ,. ^vM  ;^T-T^ifii.r,'r��^rT.^...*.^.',*-^i  !!;||y|'yf:0r'Oi!;rf'^;Pcyj!'o.:i,; ti;i ta'yjev!.  '''���'*' ''   ������������ii  ���.��� ��� i ,:,..i.     .       ^-t, , . . . . I   ����� t-* r^h '-r --j -** i-- a *-. 05  j;A;|y-sffiayyyy,   i-:x iie:p;;(j|jio,iii iij :.*-;���;,io. ��� uxyji.y PiiTiriic !  , v/X'A^IA'^A'iAa . - . '    : ", , * 7*   _   . *- i.      .-j-* ��� /���i      ^ij'-*  ':ilp?|ISiA|A!?Aivi'Mi-tlieluid-of'sigobr&,.ti'io'i:gii n tw^L- ; -{��-'."'���-.'. Lv'i.GSi, V0.1a60;  lllly;| a"'-^'^:V?.K ;.%e; Is (he way. ���n�� | BtO'v .?'Di^Q8 and ���  '^^;-:-:^'mftriCgu'r-es-it::iv a,.���*-���������������������,���'���   '.'������"  ,     '     . *   '"  Let^ denote AnuAj ���T.ge--a'nd. y. th- 1 -1 Ll~ (/,/ C-!A fa ^^  Aiiifttfcyf!  ��� fillp||iyAf|..ntiitber of yeair? fcince ilaryyv/as.as :>la ;  fyj^|v|!!yyA| ,asyAri^isilQ'W/A A "yAA.'y     ���  ���     yyA.  ^lllli'fl ���'��� Tl}-ri 2^;equals. 2(x-y), or 12'^edual^  :f||;$lii|f-'ll's~y;: - &\Vd:S'-i:y-equals.. >:.-..''  , y . ..-;'  Add tbey-two and 36  equals; 3-x,  or,  vyyyA\Ky>iA,.,A,i1  yyAA^iyyt  ��� i^|?*i||;A:y! s eotjal-XS/which is ."-Ann's age.  yllflf Ai A-'iy- .yiy--yA.^:ry^^:.^y.y-yy '  ' y;*!jK;Afryy y.y,-,. :, '."LassozA *.*i .G-oo^i-iiisiiy-j.-.-.  vV. 1!,F, CR03BY, Proprietor.  =:'-fe ST1H3 'B'jr^ -XT  j'OV.'.'t'fe  l.'i...,'.*������'���.���   Hd'j-i.;:,.  1 j;;^vr^ii.^>;-:v>-^^^.'^^  g T.-|r|.   V-'A,-.*    f-'~.  3  y  cnue*5 to il-ij.  .i ���.  i,y  ���;-yyyi?S..  iAyly!-;!  Teach'er,~-'De��c'ribe. C'anad?...  ^Pupil���Ganadayis '���'. that "portion ���  , s:    J osepn's   Convent,  !  .NTELSOtf, B. C.  ��isard:*���);���,��� and Day School  conduct-  Our aim iii to pieace patron".  t  Good   drp.ft and   bottlsd   hBer  nhvayj on hr.nd.  JOSEPH NiEDER'STADT, Prop.  ^  X^v  a  c/  I H^^ir^5i.ti;ii-i^iS  I  The best of .'Bccommotliitious I   I' LIFE     1N SIJ R ^ "N C LI.  |A;p��p Ay y,^.: . j-ut"i~yiiitiytt ,ia -.uiai. uu. uuc ��� ux zjtiiiruin^ anu uay *jcnooi conduct  |y|:j||[yA|| '-.Korth A America, A -which .^tbey, Uuilcd ed 1-y the Sisters oi St. Joseph, ITeleon  lltlteMf Statse:doei*:n't.wact.. .A',--. ���'"A,.. ���'- , B.   0.    . Goniuiercial    and    bUGineei  J||I|1|^A| ; :���..'';;: y AiA-y^A-~~A-----t A.'y ^     - \ courses a specialty.   Excellence  anc  As;��:; feiiAr'Aia  Aif.Mai-,.^  A-fA'Ub'y y.y- ���;*  ��� ::..��:i:,\-JZ.':-'\.'---::.ii'  Ayi\AAym  I-.Aa  ER  d  ������ e;'- .,   A'TiL2.';3yvSv.g��'jf;Uo;i.';.y ..���        ' sv/ift  progretQ   characteaino' each   de*  Th'a 'o th" ij����^o** o^'tt^ vpo- '-Up',   Part. ent'    I'arc-Lits  nhould   write   for  iXy  pr*Kf. 2T.dzx jT*L3��^sr.  =3*=��'.-j **��� J^j-Jtacr^r  r^TatrcKSjift^ta  5��'  a----.i���-,-.���.,������������    ���    ...���   j       ,    - ,r  .,���,.. , particulars.    One month   assures   the  e:;i:f.^..Pr^ the    tho:ouf{hn3a8   of   the  |JtAAy-|,?Jetushe3,her'BUppiy of Ohai::beria:u'6 j Sistais7 inetbod.i   of teacliing.    Terms  ;l;|AyyAygiy ;Gough. Eeinedy,- -it lh,  roerl'ain .tc   bi-' oointr-uiios January,   Atiril   and   Sept. j  llfiyy || needed before .the ���v/iiiter' is.\oyer,'aad i i;i:P:ls a"e ^diriiLted during term. '        j  aMi-Aa ''ifi. res-ultskaro much;  more Aprdm-jt. and  TOy\I?D TROli ALL  ���VIA���  for#tho traveling public.  P. J. McMahon, Mgrt  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  I  COMPANY.  ****L*rt*��'***>ta.,i *c ^K<t.a^��%^yy j  i  MERCHANT   TAILOR I I  ' '   -   ��� ��� i P  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating        I   ||  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE, B. 0  ���* ���rm*rr^ "^rjjjaa:  Afyftyll :iati,factory^vhen 'if )z��<Vl  .AA^d   J j i U p    Un|fmni}    Unf      QllpillfrO !  yAl;>-Tyy^ A'anugivena.^n a:Hbeycold,h:..:o:y: J. JI-0    MoflM    JiOl      OUiJMD I  ..y,:.���*:V'v.'.:.' ^^ ,   .   .1     ..._.. I     t.    . (* ..        ���    -'V       1 1 -.-.' �� .** . ���- *-*- I  ^  n  "AA'  I-I  y  in.cted and beforo it, liau   be  iiiifii.  ./j?- '.lied, in iho- sy<jteni. . lu   ��tlinos5 ever., .  ;A- .'insLaxicj a severe coid ma}'' b-.y r/crJc!'  .-. ��� *, -r? ,-.777    ���?-   �� -v-r-v-M     vn    - .��-���  i  ;J'o.irbyVtutiuL,:,hip,r,!|^        ;lsl-t-i.-i��tyW:LAKB, B. rC.j  |a' iotm us tht- iir-jt iiKiici-iiun of "iho '. olu '  y  appear^.    Thyre ic :io diSngor ci ^,i* i;.^  if  it to children fo;.it .cc'ntni.na no-  bisrn^i-  i An.  I  &T  v^'j'j^.cxr'Wj'.sr^i^'^tri'rjCMri���ta^a.ur^  EAST KQOTENAY^QTTUHG   CO  CRANBRCGiC, B- G.  I  Which Furnlshba Life  insurance as an investment ior you and a safeguard for your family.  E I. SMYTif, Aj  MOV j],; 3). Cy  9  I  a.  5��  J* VAi  *  *r'   ���"!.-  yi   UiVsubrit'ine:*, . It, is plsu?a:  i-"ii "both adults and children -like ii.  to taicc-- i  istiv  The Meet Gor/ipiote  ||Hesr.h    Reeort^' oi?.  .the ''.'".GpntiqeBt.'  'of  .Worth America, ������    '-  ������JT-3-i  %  G>   15  ut'aij.d voir v/ili get'tho best....It alwc'.ys!'    .2 tb.BATHS Cure' .all  ITervpuo' cud  For sale byr.li druggietsi  ��� M u-cular 'Diseases.,'  lb  <D  -��� ss^iro^^^'rf^^^BtT^j  Areated Waters of'allj  Ei&fe 1  Orders Solicited.' i  Soda Water  and Syphons.;  _��._ . ,, ^, ., t  -���,. ��� ,,, ��� ,     _        AAA!     .    . "        ���am.ii mwry oww w> inKfu'rtriaiiii-m^ww.wi n^-fw*Mf^v-^m- m .jim��j���~n��-*n  8  JYnSDPlRSTAJOT, ItIi:STB7SEIiydl���0.  ���n***"T<^;-|iV'  rufous   i$lwA r,   �� lis sbi   dlSU   sJU  TO  .A^i-yy- -���- -���-:���-��� ;     I.tu.'.WATEKS-    Keahall    Kidney,  .'���, ���'"        ��� :'        JXOTZCi-x. ������ ��� -j Liv^r'aud StomtichAAilnicntc.-.. ,   ���',.���'  ,    in the iyM3" di .-.:i   nppliciitioi: -ioi\  .- They, are  OTevijffailing ['E'ciriBdy.'j ���  a duplicate o-y '��� Ce:,Gii.y.ato'. oi  Title   to j for- all Iy,beuin-atio Tr.oublec. ���.���.-.' ' -i  ';'Loi-s Id ydlAyiock y LoU- '14'^ a:k1 j     TEiyMS4-$l5;to $1G per week,  ac-}  ���yiHi jjlock   J ;��� Lots   ...yd,  Ij   and -ly  cbrd'int; to residence io Hotelor Villas  /Block 10; a-nd Lots   'J-  ami "IO,   Block j A    '   y". ./. ������ .A      y: - A-yy  -,,-,   ;  -I2,,T6v.'.n of 'Moyie.(Map ydii"^.  SpoKar-ey GcaUls   and   Cdaofc Points.  ���St. Paul.Duluth, .Ijinupapoilo-  Qbicagoiarid Poiatc- iCasl.  ���fa TRAJNIS 'DAiLVtfj  f . FAST f!i\AE   :�����  Notice is, hereby 'give-in' that it i-i - my j ��� ������ _���     ���-���    . .������    A-  inteution to issue'at tho���-expiration* o.fj IF IfOIJ HAVE A  one mouth'froui tlie ' f.rst, publication !   ''-,"���'  liereof    a duphcr.tc -of; the - Certificate |  of Title to tyie  lil.iovp' mentioned 'hiuilj  hi the Town of Moyie,in   tbe   uame  of  LOTTO SELL/, ���  A'HCUSE-.TOI^ENT  Ne'y  Equipm.ciii.. Throughout,    Day  GqacbeB, Palace   and   Touriat  Dlebpers, Dining and Buffet Smoking and Li-  ;.. brarv Care.  ins  *A#t3  J.j.    ;ywDB,.;nl.wdy^.iUIr;hd  -  j,^nality not e^eelledyn the country^ ^ry it "aui!  ���������:-,-��� ynioi.r.:;AL2.Av,iS-RKTAXh \-- ���' y^ .-'. .x  ���     a,  A   'A.   '  .-.   t      ���     ���  .-y a: \a .  y, .,-., .. -&e'.convinced. ��� ���  MEAT  ' MEROHAMTS I ^^^^^^^^^-^  ':Kw36rt!eawj����flBH��tfT*.  Freah^nr: Ctirecl Meab,Fre^; -\%  - ,  Ydl f\ 'tf| |^  Fish,Gaine  iiyi .Poultry. ,' Wo 1^- : 1|| %yg   ��'        K  '..*- ,         a-    ���,-    "x.-.-A-   yy \& ,A%3^ %^    a&.  A. MrJi  supply., only. t.JB.. bsat.. ��� Xcwxy |.��\   ��� -.'',���' '���':  Mar:a u. uranston. which Certilica'le!  '..a dated the 20lli djfy or January 1890..;  and numbered l'Ji!l!>..,  "Ii. F. MacLeod."  District Eegistrur.  Land HeglAiy'6fd.ee, Melso-n,' B. 0.'  9-nd Octob'.-r .,('0;<  MID1NG STOCK TO  GI5LL/  Or ii you wish, to inv-iat  in any of thees ooaeuU  FAR'REU   px SMYTH.  trade Gcliciletio    '. .     '  ���'    .      ;JyJAICICEX.<3.  In   all   tlie   iPrineipa'i  Cities ki&dd   Town^ "in  Srit'isii Columbia..  ��^A^^P^\dv ia ft  ���A. 31. ���. EBISrNI.f3'i:OW,.G. V7. li.-. A.        j. . y*bWAi4M;3-'��� W^Ai.j   i?     V.\  GI2 First Avenue.  '     Skaxti.E; wASWj Ui;AIJ:iUAJ,, iWv. k,,y Ea,t '^ootkn.-. 7.  -For Tickc ts; Da lee j Folders &n d  Full informalijn, call on or ad-  dre^s&tiy Great Hor:hern Agent  cr v/rito  fl)  ft  ft  (Ul    "  C>) mo in  W&rx-et affords. ThV-B^'lrj^fdaWit* I  bUeBeso -.Brands of JaqiiorB afel 'OfearS�� I'  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMK^���^M.     ' :  '.ANDMXNZNG mew       t-. .  A..'. -    ���    -   '��� 5{i';rV->'i.ii;coTAt^nw..\  1 6^��e r^eS$��*SS�������5e��a�����3��';$3^^  V.'y  ^3ff/*!?-

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