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The Moyie Leader Nov 4, 1910

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Array -f '}<  y, i  1     r ���   ^"7     'II  ���oi/lA*-  l>'tK     hr^  Do your eyes bother you?  * Consult W,r 'fl. "Wilson,"  0f   Craabrdok   ajirT get  satisfaction; ���  <��i|��SS$ifo, ^MM3g '*^*&*&&  VOL. I*? N0,3r.  MOYIE,  B. C, FJftlDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1070.  If prpnipt'service and,higli- grade goods  appeal to  you; patronize onr Vancouver store.    We are at the1" ,  service-of all   British   Columbia through  our  mail  1 , - order systexu.       A - We sell goods at Eastern prices'  --  and prepay all purchases lo their destination.(  , -, a,  A Satisfaction guaranteed or'raonoy refunded.      t   .  i ��� , , - ��� ii,,  Henry Birks & Sps/. Limited* ,  -...'  3 > '      i - '     *'< ���.  ,-j e'v-'elery mtiil order, house'      ���'  "Geo. ��� P> Trorey,' Man'. Dir.  a *>,������      '"'<  <-i i, VANOOWEE, B. -G.! '  , -We have opened up.,our card parlor for.the winter.  '"'''��'--.' y       '        ' ���'"     ���     ��� �� ' '    y     , ,    ,.  '   '     ��� Nice place to spend a few hours, boys. ���  ���  . 'i  C   ,'.' '^j-    J f     ''        y ~- "       ���," ,  ���    '      '    ���  I        GENERAL FLOAT        |  Ci-eston is to bave a now Anglican church.  Stanley Ketchel left- an estate  valued at $18,000. ,,  -" The court of revision  will  be  held at Cranbrook next Monday.,  Fifteen hundred' telephones  wore put out .of business by the  fire in Victoria. ���  * y    .  '.No"lees than eight automobiles  rhave been ordered by Cranbrook  people to 'be delivered next spring.  , 'Eiigeno 'V. iDobs declares he will  not;fce a candidate for,' the "presidency,of   the   United f;Sbi*j*.es in  1912.       .,*<-,   '   "      .......     ,yi   J  I do a general -collecting business.' /  A-ccbunts.'leffc'in ni'y- hands 'will be  looked after promptly.- " *; %>''y. .  o1' ^I1  I/1  Real' Estate,; Insurance, Collections.  ^  1B0Xy4K���,f  -��� MQYIB  >W  SEE  KsrXiu;isniTt>"iS!>7 7 "������  , ... IV'.,,  ;   '" ;   'INSURANCE  and MINING  ;    ,  '�� and INVESTMENT BROKERS. '    '  Siead Office       ' '      ' \     CRANBROOK, B. C  1 The" rapid growth of business  has made it necessary for the  Kootenay Jam Company at,N"el-  son. to. get 'into larger quarters.  Seven hundred .thousand -tons  of American cedar are.being used  annually by the lead pencil,manufacturers of Nuremberg, Germany.  Harry GamMe leaves  I   '     LOCAL ASSAYS  JSS3-5-5J/  I  2-Tot often the foreman ,of a  mine leaves his position with sucli  a universal feeling< of good will  behind as - hai Harry Gamble in  his departure f romtfibe St: Eugene.  -.* j 'a I  "The best man I ever ' worked  ruader," is the common expression  .when referring to 'him. Mr.  (gamble has been trausfer.red to  the Sullivan, mine at Kimberley,  which ia , also ^operated by the  Consolidated.Company. "Monday,  evening a num1*e ofr Mr.Gamble's  friends gathered at the "Miners'  Union hall and gave him an appropriate t sendoff. ��� The**e., were  refreshments, songs', music and  short speeches,' and there,1 was a  general happy time'. James "Roberts'presided. The following letter ia self explanatory-:   '  To'"ifaisry^S.' Gamble, ��� '        <-' '  Foreman St.T Rugt-ue Mine.  Dear Sir:1-" .   . . -' l '  !  y . ��� - , It is with regret that we,  the employees of the St. Eugene Mine,  hear that yoa are about to leave, because  durinjr the time you have been our lore-  inannwe can lear test'mony ,ta the fact,'  that by younnanly and, kindly,, actions  towards us, you have won our, highest-  appreciation and esteem. .> i We feel that  b3* losing you, 'that.-we are losing a true  friencl and1 counsellor, a man who at al"  time's had the' welfare  of the  men  em  ployed under him'at heart, ��nd. eudcav-  Kootenay, and ��., E.  Taylorj^re  or'ed to do, his' dutv^ in a   fair' and  im-  partial manner'to everybody conrerned.  We also take this opixjrtunify ^of   ex-  to defeat..hinder, delay, or  preju-  dice'the'creditors of G.'jP.. Wells.  Births  Creditors of the Uurae hotel at  Nelson have', entered ��� an' action  against G. P., Wells"' and, \vi- C  Well askiug1'that" certain assignments'made by'G. P. Wellsn to W.  C.  Wells   be   set % aside,  alleging  that they were made with  intent' prep'iegtourfgoodwill.towards your good  lady ]Mrs. Gamble, and daughter. We  feel U.uii tliis' communitj- ,\\ill he tlie  poorer by, your departure !f6m, amongst  .l*.s,' au^ that ou�� joss, will be- soi^ebody  else's gain. Iii conclusion we wish you  ',ai>d your family, every success' in, your  new splrcreof labour, ",aj?d. hope y'6ur1  sterling, , qualitiesr..-��*iU hp appreciated  theref as-thc-ymre-lierey-.1 '  .Awd/now^eask jou'to accept, this  small present, not for its'" intrinsic value,  but as a small token of' the esteem the  boys have for \-pu and .yours, hoping  ihat yovi will be spared for", maijj- ) ears  to use them.   , . "     '  ,. ^Sigued by the Emp!o3*ees   Coipnuttee.  . John Taylor, ,   >  '    ,,   fr      James Robert<3, .,  i. j, Slarcus Jlart-in,  Jas. Boaiesv ,  P. J. -Downs.  Jack Cavanaugh has retured'to  Moyie. ' ��� ,  tChas. White ia .down from the  Sullivan! . <  There was a dance in Mcrloy  hall last Monday. ' '   '  Mra. JLarson returned home Sunday from Calgary.  r <-  M. A.J3eaIe was up from Cranbrook this week.  i  '' Next Thursday w.ill bo payday  at the St. Eugene mine.1 -  i t E. A. Hill is  conducting   a   ten  days' sale., ' , ' i  C.O.Peterson   will*run( a   tie  camp near,Aldridge this'win ter.  v,( Joseph(, Cosavello is" spending a  few days" in Cranbrook. , '  ���  ''k M. iteNical returned Jaome Tuesday af cer! 10' days'   v^isit _^to ^the  "    I , . /' -' Ho  coa?t.     ' u ���    '        ,  Mrs. Bert _ Jl^ne returned-, last  Friday after three weeks scay on  the coast with-relatives.'  W-'H. Swan, iu charge1,of the  Imperial Bank ��� .here, spent  Thauksgivin'g' Day-in Neldoul ��;*  Fred JCesler, tuperintendent of  the Alice concentrator at Creston,  was in Moyie,for a few days. *'  ��� ��� Sandy Cameron,/ of  the Hotel  -Nov., 3rdr~To^-Mryand  .Mrs.  John Taylor, a Pon--dtill born.'"1  Nov/ 3rd.���To.  ^lr. ,and 'Mrs.  John McKenzie, a sou. \y ~   !__. *     | r*    , i  New Automobile Road-  Uost of thc leading makes ancl all of the leading leathers  ���fo be had at popular prices. ,' ?    l  ^x-x*f. t^.s^ sCr_s** jSi_s*rj��ti^-tft��-S��i-s��r-r>t-'5'-t  -^.-rfi. rfr .-rfj-rfz-s^--^ ���&���  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay-  The test of accommodations -  for ��� tho-Traveling Public  rrnrgo and Commodious Sample Rooms. Bilhurcl Rooms.  ��  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  The Cranlsrook board' of trade  haa under consideration a .proposition to build a road from Arthur  Ward's ranch' near Swansea- to  the head of the lake. In this Way  motor cars could be driven to the  lake at Green Bay, which ;s a  veritable beauty spot. This bay  is al��o the objective point of most  of the boatiug parties from  Moyie duriug tho summer months.  1 , -���    i ipiinat- j injiiiiuiBwiuimf lumjujju*k'mirMiii'i*mtmxJM'At-awJ��l  If yon want bargains in dry goods  visit our store.  Nothing ever offered jike it before  ib.       A.  A .Shrewd-<Indian  Tndiau Peter, 'the discoverer of  the St- Eugene mine at Moyie",  does not propose to be a fiee target for kodak Oends. Naturally  his picture is sought after, not  necessarily for beauty, but because he is tho man who found  the famous mine. Peter now  charges 50 cents for tha privilege  of being photographed. And  everybody looks alike to him���  lirst thc 50 cents and then the  picture. .        i  Aurora's, Progress  Wichout any - unnecessary clamor tlie . managemeut of the  Aurora mine has - been goiug  ahead doing things. Already five  carloads of ore have been shipped  to' the Alice' mill, near Creston,  to be treated, one carload of s-il-  rver-lead' concentrates has gone  foreward to the smelter at 'Traii\,  and two carloads of zinc has been  shipped to .the Empire Xinc Company in the United States. The  mine is looking good and will  give employment to several men  this winter. There is sufficient  ore in sight to justify the building of a mill ou the property, but  this work will not be undertaken  until next spring;.  Rod and Gun  Grand Master Is 111  iu'Vancouver attending,thet apple  show';"''J     .   y ,  Miss Maude Elliot who.was  visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J- AVA  Miller'returned to' her home at  Nelson last Wednesday.'  Miss Scott,'nurse, returned last  Saturday from Creator^ where she  was1 filliug professional .engagements. ,"��� 'r ��� ' y -_ v .  ' W, H. Wilson, "the'Cranbrook  jeweler, ,was iu Moyie "Monthly  filling an order for a piece of high  class silverwrre.  James Lemmon is again up on  White Fish creek"'workiug on the  claims in which he and the Evans  Brothers are interested.  Ed. .Noidman returned to Mojrie  yesterday. Sir, Nordman will fill  the position foruioly occupied by  Har-ry Gamble as foreman at the  mine. i  T, T. McVittie, the surveyor,  was in Moyie the first *of the  week doing some work for the St.  Eugene company. ,  The Moyie Drug & Stationery  Store1 will be moved across the  street to the Long block about  the 17ch ot the1 isoafe.  The members of tho Moyio  Miners' Union are arranging to  give a free concert and dance on  their anniversary, December 12th.  Master Charlie Elmer aud Irene  Elmer were   up cfrom   Cranbrook  for several days visiting,with the  children of Mr. and   Mrs. - 11,   II.  i-  Dimock.  -F. E. Simpson, former publisher  of tho Cranbrook Herald, but  now in the cigar and tobacco  business in Kamloops is, spending  a few days in South Hast Koote-  najr.  "Along tlie  Kennebec"  In the Same  Boat  "Who is the 'man at the next  table .with that downcast. Pad," resigned expression?"' asked,the  guest at thecclub.  v "I don't recall hi-? name," replied the host, "but he is either a  Republican or married to a'suffragette; one can hardly tell them  apart nowadays,"���Life.  No Accounting for Tastes  Fernie Free Press:���We hove  seou. some photographs of J-eXove  and we have seen some of Belle  Ellmore, and the" more, we compare the two the more we are reminded of that passage from the  Scriptures which says. '-There 'is  uo accounting for tastes."  -  Wants Medical   Certificate  Toial     95' 75 2      ,       79.15  Tne following are the names of  those in each ' division who have,  made perfect attendance during  the mouth;  Division     1.���jVina     Attwood,  Clayton Brenton, Valley  Jiotham-  ley,   Teed   Crowe,    Bella,   Crowe,  Prank    Conrad,   William   Carfra,  George    Feroglia,   John  Peroglia,  Kathleen Home,  .Tanie  Marshall,  Boy MacRachern, Charlotte  Mac-  Eichern,    Claude   Keese,   Nelson  Smith, Irene  Vincent.  Slocan  Record:���The   editor  of      Division 2���Maiy Besegb,   Jeaii.  the Boundary Cicek Times   wants , lilaekbunii     Charlie    Bothamley,  a   "typewriter   in   good   working  order."    Why not iuaiot  medical certificate?  upon  'B*��tii*.  Imperial sant ot���uanaqa,  >l  41.0,000,000.00   :_..$.-i,575,000,00  -5,;'3O,000.0O"  imp  Capital ���''Authorized-  Capital''Subscribed  Capital Paid Up- _...5.,30.000.00   :  ������������      BRANCHES. IN BRITISH COLUMBIA^  Cranbrook. Arrowheadi Golden   Enml.opj. Micl^h Jew   Miche  -   Fernie.Kclsoa, Revclstoke. Victor a,aud f**0?***  Drafts and-Albncy. Orders sold, avaiblc iu. any  part of the World  Pavinus. Banlc |)i>p:u-daenl:.  Interest allowed on deposits from ^�� ^ p^m',,��wp-  ;ANOH- H. W. SUPi'LE, Manage..  Big gsime hunting is to the fore  inUhe October issuo of Bod and  Gun in Canada, published by W.  J. Taylor, Limited, Woodstock,  Ont., i,md sportsmen intending to  try their fortunes iu the woods  this season will find the number  particularly attractive. filoose,  deer, grizzles, mountain lions and  wolves . are all told about and  both stories and illustrations are  bbuud to find responsive ''echoes'  with all hunters.  The old, old story, told times  without number, and repeated  over and over again for, the last  3(> years, but it is always a welcome, story to those ia search of  ���health���There'i-i nothing iu the  woild tliat ..-ures coughs nnd colds f  ���quickly an Chamberlain's  Sold   by   tho  Word has been received by  Wildey Lodge, 1. O. O. I7. that  Giand Master E. L, Webber ib  seriously ill aud will be uuablo to  keep his engagements as arranged.  He hud planned to visit Moyio  lodge next Tuesday, but now his  visit has been postponed iudefl  uitely.   Wil] be  Busy  us  ! Cough   Ivsniedy.  g ���   moyis :  ���o��sm^^^s\2^s>@&&^o'!-f>^'-  ���<MKS8*  Moyie Drug & .Stationery Lo.-  A. E. Watts of Wattsburgand  Proctor, lumberman, owner ' of  timber limits and fruit lauds  seems likely to occupy a large  proportion of the tirna of the  justice who will preside at the  winter sittings of tho supreme  court iu Nelson, He has seven  cases pending. In all he is suing  indifferent notions far damages  amounting to a total of over a  quarter of a milJiDu dollars,,      __  A company of real merit, a  sceuo equipment uusuparssed by  any company traveling and a play  simple iu story and pure in sentiment are some of the features of  ���'Along the Keunebec," the newest  big success which will be seen at  Morley hall on Xov. 12. The play  and company have pleased vast  audiences wherever presented  and return dates have been solicited.' A special feature this season  will be the introduction, of some  eleven eharactor specialties. 'All,  special scenery is carried for the  production throughout and a fine  band is carried to advertise the  attraction. Street parade 2 p. ni.  Price 25,'50, 75.  The K and II.cigar, has jumped  to prouiinertee through the ex-  i-Ueut flavor of the tobacco out  of which it is mads.  Lame back comes on Middeuly i  and is extremely painful. Iti1*!  causpd bv rhpumnti-ru of'the!  mu  by apply  ment Sold by   the Moyie   0ru  Stationery Co.  Sidney Botluimlcy, Alice'Bretiton,  Hannah Hrentou, Jimmy Campbell, Annie Carfra, Jim Carfra,  Helen Campbell, Harry Deagou,  Victor Der.uilniu:-, Alma Desiiul-  iiier,      nominic     Feroglia,    Juliu,  ispd bv rlipumnw:m "t , up , . ]q j)ougllls Jlorue, ilatthew  sele. Quick reliet " ��n��"le.d; jf:ll.ahani cliai.,ie jj0Fal-la.lt., Joe  applyiug   Chamberlains   Lun-1 ,,....,....    r* ���:..  &  Mueller,   Helen    Mueller,   Georgia  ^uiith, Patrick Therrieu.  The Cranbrook Co-operative Stores  Is Offering Very Attractive Prices On Ail Their  C.1 oth Upho.Istared .Furniture  1  5>  \  I-:  i ���?���  A  \f��..  discount will Lie giveii off evcr\- piece- for tlie next monl'.i  Here Is Your  Gliance.  '   WORES, LTD,  kJ A1  jlf  '   i  CO-OPERATIY'E  Cranbrook  .t  ! '  t  t >' t ii  >',  lilt.  Ii-y '������  ViL, .  -I 11' ���  '1  "Marvelcms Discovery"  .Montreal   Man So  111' With  Dyspepsia  Thought He Would Die  Cured by Dr. Hamilton's Pills  THE   MOYIE   LEADER  rOTHI-' story i-- (old of an Irishman who,  JL     while talKing with a friend, parsed  \'i>   more    (tmvincing    tvidoncc   was  i-i   pel    "Jl   |i'ip-i, jluil   1!-c   foljuw-iug  '.'.In    J'iiiii    Mi-    ui    Montreal's'    well  j  k-juHv   ( ltj/i-ii,   Mi     I)    '{    Ij:ito.m\   ofj ���' .T-welrj  store where there w-a-> a  ' .s .loiioti.- Snif,( ( I loi of picciuu* stones in tho window*  1 IVi'iut    nn-    f"   write    ton   .i    tow!      "Would   vou   not   like   to   hfive   vour  pieh?" asl^d Vfit  -Miui^  t oiu eining   !>r    Ji:ii{iilton''-   I'jli  1 '-iiflcu-il from di spc-isia. ami mdiges  turn (di h\e vc*ns I sulioied -n much  tn.it   I  i_ou'd hiidl.i  .-illf-ud  lo mv woiA.  I w ,vs -..oik ,ifj'l lost .ill coinage. 1 iMi  ,l��iod no h--i unit] I decided lo follow  vuui  tit'iit ment, sfii-i  li.t-v iiifj ic.id ."tour  uiv erh-i ment hi I Ik- papoi To my  gio.it -inpi i e 1 miuiodi.itelv began to  tool hetfor ( am now using tho sceond  iiov -i-ni 1 feel so well that 1 want' to  roll  von   lh.if  1   one  (his  groat  i harigo  to    -.(III),   j'.-UIIOllh    jmIIs' 1     K-OOIIWlU'lui  -hen.  to  ovoiy  person1 who i.s MiIR-uug  iifiiii ihspopsui      i'uin  ignAtotul sei-vanf,  1>    H.   L.uuse,   t.is   .T-.li.-tlo1 .St.,   Mont  i-il.  Pty" .        ,  Loi .ill v. holi-.ue wi-.ill .stom uh.-., and  tlin��o who s,ilU-i with indigestion, head ]  .ii-lit"-, bilionnm-is, I,now thoy n.in bo  pi rf'rctjv lined by I M.^H.imjIton '���* Pills,  i-iiu e-'-fiill\ iw<1 tin in,my .veiny mild  aud silo, i'c pO) im\, ,:ill (IimIcim, oi  Tin   C.it.j 11 Jio/.on'- C'o , Kingst-im, Ont     '  Not  Mike  iih-  pick,   Inn   ,i   shovel,  ���nd  Mr. lliimniond i\is t-ilkiup; to ono of tho  SchefHin brothers and asked to be shown  (ho original papers locating the (���claim  to tho mine. He read it. and Tomb  stone   was  --peJled   '"JV.iinsiooii.''   ,  Ct 1.10RK: *'Maj  J  ha\e a day's leave  J     tonioriov., sn ?    Tt is my mothei-  in law 's i'unoial.  Employer:   "ilv   (ie.ir  Batenian, (his  i-iii5��E?'t ociui* again.' ]^a*:t week your  TiVJle died, and now -.out motliei-m law |  ltf going to be buried. Von must arrange things bettor in vour family and  ?ee That  (liev h.ippen  nr tlio holid-iv-3.''  r i1 IK .      *  C ' I. '  THIS huge lannpr machine shot bj at  a speed of su.ty milc-i uu hour. Its  lioru played a f.tnfare ab. it misled  a dilih ,it the turn of (ho road by about  fivo iiiclit- "floe," ^:u*])ed tho first ou-  looker, '! what kind of a tune \v,i(,  Uiat.'" "Don't know," said the second, 'Jbut it ought to have beei; 'Nearer, mv God, lo Thee.' ''  MR. PBESSflEAN-  DECTECTIVE  Wlieie  the   MRtiiodA "of ��� tho  American  Press ' DiUci   Troin   Those   in  '   England  'TjlliUM   uiHi   point   oi   view   the  < rip  JD    ^ii'ii^iMsp  bus  linen   exlreinely  re-  mml.'able: <ho aditudu of I lie po  li'f  Iiti*-     i liaiifteil   conipletelv   1on4rdu  [Jiei��siueii, Ji-Zhciei beforo had thejuesh  In en tnlvcn so completely nilo lh.. ion^  iideiice ol  Scotland   V:ud.       lnt-(.':,d of  tin* pieisin.iu  icceiviiig. (he cold mIiouI-  rlr'r.  Ijc Ij.is  heen  encouraged  in #i\in��  'The'gre.itest   public ily lo  (he  fnet-  ti--  1 ir.irdiiip the eahe , "   '  ' Thifc eliiifige is'due to tlie f.ir-t thai  the ])6lK'c 1i.i\o leiofiiu/od thai one of  llien jjie,iie��.t aids 'ui jubilee is wide  piililieiu When at tinu'.s the newspapers may divulge inCoiiiiation likely  10 hiimpi'i rhe p'olui' in their investig.^  rmiis,, on rhe whole the balance h.ih  lieeu on the other hide.     '   ,  i ,  Tune jftei time the piesH luo'lieen  instrumentn] - in , (iriiiginp- eiiminal'i to  hook when' the polie(< had to' admit  then (Oinplcto heliilcs-iH-ss ' ,/J'hub, Ijc  4'roV, 1lie i.ulway imnderer, vmis tun to  oauli tliioniili the woilr ot the iicwu  papers. ,< , ,  K\eiV   police-Jstnf ion   m   the  coiiiitr.*,  la,id lull paitu-ulais legardin" tlui man  who' was w.iifted, Uigellicr >vitb  a pin  ti.ul. but'no a;opcl cioie ol  this method  oi   piibh<ii\.      Tlieii, onu dav, a -news-  p.ipei  (.line  out   Willi a'pm-fr-iit of the  ijiin      Tlii',piopi iotor,of ,i wK-k-hed lit |  tie   lorlKr|llfr   house   i(-cognized  the   por j  ha.it  as liemg (hat   of  a  mn'u  who had  .stineib in  ih'e  house.      The  result  was j  the   ilmnst  immediate ai te.it of I,e(io\.  Ai last the lilUn cons-jrviifue police  ol'nei ils in (he Old Country have'real  ly.ed tint ,oin* of their duet" irialiunients  is the piess. AU the- hani'e, the j\.mer  ican piossineu weie a^'a'-H sUi]iiised at  the leluitls lli*ei*n'eei\ed"al Ibo hands  uf UidNew Siollaiul *t'iii tl poln-e official  'l'lie ni-wspapei ,eori( spondents in  <,)uol>e( were ' CJclieinpl ' u'ritated at  what they styled the " Unglisl,'' manner in'which ihe iilripeitor (.ondiiuleil  bus case. ^ that ofncial <\iitliholdin-r in  ioi miltiiei' ' vvhuh is u-,0 illy - given - to  jouMialists in A.tiieue.i"! "Most <y" the  iij'.orti is , uj[)sj(leii di that thoy ou^hi r,o  be allo.wed to-inlci \ iew the* prisonous,  and get tlien- "full sloiy" fm puhlic.i  lion..        ' ".>  In  I In1  1'iiiieil States (lie  m'\\'sp,ip(-cF.  o��n  then   own  deeiei live' (oiees   tlieiejj'ni  heiiig spei i.il  repoitei.s -itt.iclieil  io  (hej  lug   \fm<in,ui  >icivsp,(peis, ��ho sjjend a'  (Ci/ jioitioii (if then tinn  in shadow m^j  A  TH,  1" day before she waf. to be mar-  Tied   tlio  old   negro  servant   caino  ' lo hor iniHtress aud entrusted her  j.j\ j'ngs in  herokeopurg.  , ,"Why should   I   keep itt    J   thought  vou  were going to get nianied?'' said  ���������,  her  mistress. 't   'i  ."So I m, MlRsiis; hut"rlo you s'posc  I'd Ue^-p all dis money ljin' 'round de  house will that strange nigger?'*  IOIL.Y\'V\S   fnt her   look  Jum   to  the  ' oihie, and iheie the -.outigfetei .saw  the sienogiaphei  coisie m Jail  and  Like     the     covei     oil     hei     typewriter.  '���Look    ii '   lh.it'*'    eiel.nined   .lolinny.  "She   lilted   the   garage jiighl    oil   the  [ ni.-Khjiie. " ,    ,  AI-WSIiJO^'ABLE photographer  has,  undoubtedly    achieved   the   pinnacle  of  tactful  achievement.   -A  "woman with a decided squint caiuo to  linn for a photograph    ' '  "Will you pe�� mil me,'- he said  promptly, "to tako your portrait in  piofile? There is a certain shyness  about ono oT jour eyes which 'is' a^ difficult iu nit as it is fascinating in nature. ''  IT is taking some timo for the flood  of   stoiie=   ancnt   tho  discovery   of  the North Pole to sweep past. Along  comes  this 'belated   one  from  old  Keii-��j  lucky, ' -  ,   , |  'riu* ownei 'of'a  plantation raid to ai  favorite darky: ,. j  '   "Mo.se, tliev-'ve discoveied the north  \olts and e.ich lamp allows one half oi  an ampere to How through it. Tins is  tliiee and a half watts to a candle  power.' '  Now you  know   .ill   Jiout  Jl.  "GOD KEEP.MY BOY, GEOEGE V."  Kecollcctions of His Majesty's Fostcr-  Mothei  nno   have    uuise-l   and   loought    \\\  �� HHSDhK  DAN   I'ATCil   ha-  reined     iron;  WlIA'l' 'you ,\ai.i to, do is to li.-i.Ye  that inu-lhole in tho road fixed."  ' , y,iid the visitor. . .  "Thit,go<;s to showy And Fai'iner  Cornfosse!, -''how little i;jon' rr-forrneis'  'undem(,aiid local conditions. I've pmty  nigh paid olf a inortgagi; with the money J made li'iulin"  tliat niud]iole ''  '  Deed'"  o.v-i-lainied  the  old  "Where :ft?" ' '   ,     '  negro.  F.  automobiles  out  o  Iii ,i litle tiiangular spate in Co  ticut  avenue ,in   Wasliington'  ounce-  gton' theie  is' a haiidsoui'e statue ol the poctj  Loii'gfellow. Ar \ oung b'ociety' girl o+  the city was riding past it in an automobile with a friend fooii aftci it'had  been unveiled. \  '  '     '  "Why, what statue is that?',' she ask-  e<iv    ' ���  "Longfellow's.'5, icplied ' the older  woman  "Oh,'l don't see what tliey wanted  to put a slahipyif hi in, there l'orj" oh-  .l'ected thc"girl "All he e-ior did was  to marry "Roosevelt's daughter.''  A    NtVPl-JU r^li-i-gv.-nan was tn ins study  i��\.    writing     wheu    ^ hi��     o year-old  ' d.nighloi walkeiliu and risked:  ."What'aie jou writing, p.ip?"    .,  ������I a.m writing a serm'on, ii.iv dear.''  "How  do'you  know  what to  wure.  papa?"  ^- "God tells me what to wnle."  At'tei watching her fathei a fey  min  utes, the little gul.said:.    u ,  '' Papa, if Goll tells vou what to wnte.  why doflyo\i scratch some of it out.'/    '  A-  WON of Ireland was painting a  JeiiLe surrounding a'house \u one  of the siOjuibs ot Chicago. -His  taco woie-a troubled look; but suddenly  it' buglilenctl, and,j dipping his brush'  into iUe paint pot, he- began to paint  ja��lei  ami, faster. -- *    r      '    !  "AVhy are you- in such :i'> liunj lo  finish the ]ob?'" a passei hy chanced  to ask.  ' I h iven 'r iiuich paint left.'" -j.ud  Celt, ".-in it"s finis-hill (he .iob  altei lu-foie the paii^t'" all gone!"  UOPKINSON J-miTll, pamtqri,  author, engitieei,,aiid iirofcssional  optimist, tells u story ,showiug  that Boston bovs of (ho street <ir6>iiko  all others He overheard a convcrr-ation  between 1wo youngj.tei.s selliiijr newspapers    ,    '     "       , " '       '    A j  "Aw, push her off do dock " ,.  ;    "Say,   Hari\      Wnt'^.le  be.st    way  lo teach'a'girl  how  to swim?/y  asked  tlio younger one.   <- ,  "J3af's a   cinch      7-"'ir!St off you  putsi  ver  lett mi m -under  hei  waiat  .-mil   vou  gently'takes her left hand"-    *    J  .   "('nine ofl.ishe's my sistei. "&���" t   '. .  AN Ameiican^and a Tlighhimlei  were  walking 'one  day  on   tlio   top   of  one of the Scotch mountains when  ihe fckolehmau,  wishing''to impress his  boastful "cousin,"- pioduced, a  faiifous  echo to bcyicaid ni that 'plate. JSVhen  the echo  returned 'eleaily nftci   nea'fly  fom nuuutes.' the proud Scoti;hmii'n,  tuiniug to tho  Vynkee, evel.inned  '"There, mon, ye ,canna' show* anything Jike that' in your? count ri.' To  which tlie othei jephed.    ~ ���  ,, "V guess we can bottr-i lli.it .some,  stianger. Why. in my shooting lodge  in the Koc.kies. when 1 go lo bed f iust  Jean out ol the window- and^i-sill out,  'Tune to get up, wake tip'' and eight  houis atteiwiud ihr=-eeho conif-a, back  .uiiJ wakes mc " "       v     ,  '  King i�� an exiicneiice \-.-iy fev  people i-an louk lt.it k ujton, buV  theie is a w.1111:111 nine iodn\ who cm  hoasl Hint the bo\ sin- i(i-,tored jeai��  ago has licconie the mlei of the gre".ife-i  u.-itiou 111 the wot Id���IIjs ^Lijo^tv  fieoige V. of Great- liu't.iin, and oi om  vast   doniii'io'iis bevoml  lln   sens.  That woiu.ui is Mi-  Ann Kobeiis, and  she is now living ni .i quiet Jit tlo.A;neri-  ��-t 11   village   w-Itll   her   brother.     Shy   is  seventy thiee ye.'us old, and  she comes  from a very old Welsh iauiily. She lived,  in' ISO'."),  with  h'or husband,  who  was a  respectable tradesmm. carrying- on the  businifSR oi  a .cowkecpei  and  dairvmaii  near Buckingham   Palace.  'Mrs.   'Roberts   happened   to, bo   voiy  1'iieudly with   .-inorlii'i   Welshwoman���a  MVs.^ .Ipue's.   of ,31ni   Street.    Knights,  bridge���M.I10 was a  greit  lavoi'ite with  (jueon   Viutoria, and  nho.se duty it  was  to select uifd���etiguci all the wet  nurses  for the Koya'i houscl old.    >rr��. iJobeitsJ  had always longed t" become the foster  niolhei   of a, Royal . Iiild, and   oue daj-  sho mentioned the matter to Mrs. .rones  Sho was theu'^i eoimb  voting matron of  I splendid pliysique and iii the eujpvmcut  of |>erfect- health. '  '  j "Atw surprise," sl,e said, isi an 111 _,  I lei view, "mny be iui.igined when'good  old .MiSjj. Jones ven earnest^ informed  nnythat if' such- ia- im'' wish 1 need  go no farther, and | that she then ,and  there'appointed me t 1 the position, pro  vided the' Royal doc-tors approved of her'  choice, j" j, < ,1 t   '     '  Aftei a tlioiongh e\iiiiii:ut^oii by one  of the Royal doctois, ,Mi(>. J?ohert-. was  pronounced to 'be '1 it every way'lifted  to Ijecome the fostei mother of a Royal  Prince, So,, leaving her own. child lto  (he, fender mercies ni lier'fi'piijjy, this  line young Welshwoman duly'v/eportcd  herself for duty at I lie Itoyiil 'uitrsbry.  Little did she dream that while, tbo boy  oho was going to foster was destined to  beiioule. King,'the child she wus leaving  to thu caro of others���hei ov\ n little  baby girl���wit's going'to die ,.  '  lier her toll the Ir.igK story in her  own \soids. 1 ' "J "'  "i'sooii'after'my departure from my  ciwn nome���for 'T h id lert in-, own filiild  to he u.nised Rnd-etnrd for by'an older  sister, who, with servants.^also maiirigi-?!  .,    -il'lu!-'  speed   i'\hilntioii   stage.  ,  Accord  ing lo  the siiteiiHuil   of Jlf.   \\". Savage,  his  owyici, f the-i gieaf   hoisc   will   never  be asked fo stait in iitleiiipt�� i<) lowei  vioild's  l-ocunjs    'll.in   Put iii   has  do-te  his   share   oi    wmlt   and   his   lite   iiom  II1T1. time on   will  be sjjunt   in  enjoying  ii   well eaiued   jest,   in   watching  Othei  harness   horses   struggle   to    lower   his  records  ai|d  111   perpetuating  his  gjeat-  ness  thioiigh  ^iis get.     Ue   will   travel  during   f lie   corning   siinimcM    and    fall  as un, &ttraction  at   lairs .-,11   ovei'the  united   .'"tales,   where   he   will   be   exhibited  in special stalls >o that   pecrfile  can  see  him   at  close  range,     lie   will  still be uuilei   the caie of I hailie, J'In*ii-  mer,   who , has   haidly   letl    the   horse  night   or'daj   tor 'the past seven years.  For  ton ,ye.T.s "JJap/J-"atch  has stood  alone  in   the dimness   hor.-e   world   foi  iiiaunei.s,    disposition,    coinage,    gjiiiiM-  ness   11111I   speed. '   He   has   jiaei'd . seventy three   miles,  under   two   iniuutcs.  fin    has    lowered    tho    world's   record  foun'een'tiines, find he how holds spven  woild's  tf-cljids      Lil/St, fall at (Phooniv,  Arizonu. he paced tvMi'miles  in ~.!WM  and   S02Ji>   without   any   fast   pre parti  tion -  I^iily An   thu  season ,ht��  slightly  JinJuied   one   leg   on   a   half mile   frncj:  and   this   bothered   hjm  some 'last 'full.  These two nitles .it TflioeiiK were pho  nomcnal  on  accomlt   oi   Sii>i having no  practical ptepiirarioti, and some  horn*-  meil''iotifiidor theni 1)10 greatest  of his  peiforinanecs.,   "'���       ��� ,���  ' Dali Patch V life and perfonnUlu-es  show a novel-failing'gie-itneins. ri cpi^  sistencv and ' well-founded ' jireatnoss  that 1 elevate ljim in the estimation of-  men. l>/in ^ life sloiy is un iil.spiratiun  and an object lesson lo breeders'-- It  tells'of,* intelligence, strength,'and endurance. jSome hor.so likc-^Miuor JTeir  may equal loiiic^of |iis nji-ordh, but it  wjll takio moin than the lowering''of  records to (lake from Uau . Piiteli the  glorv   of  his liuig't ,11'eei.     i(     '^  been  pennanent ly, j ly   they   get   moie  the    i.iciug    and  beneiit  f the feed.  1-Ved given lliri.ugh .1 self feedci  should alwavs be div A ti^eder of ll;m  Irindi'iiu be used top she'led <i 0111 01  small  gi.-uu. ' '  Corn of ;.ny kind i.s -not gnod Iced  tor bneibng stuck. A little of ii may  be icd without inpdi injury, Imt the  {���Mticipiil feed sliould be y.ix-i jtnd buiii;  rWitli el.j\ej haj nr .1 pait ',ilfjji.( haV  with some olhei kijid <i( hay, oath nfnite  is the best feed ' VVInje prafrie hay is  f��?d,'o,its ,md bian of equal pai-tV l,\  liietinuro is a vi 1 \  good feed., ��� 'i  ' ,  The ipiaiititj a stnlhon .should h.ue  luitsi be left to tli/L*"fcedi-i, The, gene-  i.il eoudifiou of thj? luprse mid lifn bow,:  els  should   bn the  guide.  fi'-should tilw-ays he renieiiibored'thut  au idle r.lylUon should not'"i)invo us  much feed ai one which, is reipiiied to  do much aciniil labor. ,lf n stnllion'il<  reipiired lb work, thou a "little corn  nit/v lie fed;-bni com, as jf rule, iwoo  Ji'-atjug for stallions ami jacks..  SELF  ��T����d��Hies     and     XCirralKie  -Promptly    Cored    by  "F'ruJt-a-tihi-a,--  Paine,  Wliero there ar�� fre'qumt atUcfc. '  Neuralsla   and , Headachea,   Z�� 1.  istlpauon, Woaknw, �� ti.  lvidneyafand Blood Poisonine.  Non-action   of the  bowel, COlBpeI<  r  THE  WORIjD'S HOKSE-SUPPLT  htm ,bi'i;n   esfiiuated   rlfat   of   lli��  100,1100,000   homos 'in    the < world,  about    SO.I,MO.<)<liy   or  toiir-'fiftliV-  ��f  the  whole uilmberj exist 111 tho'tewpei  a^e zones, and that   nearly nil of these  are   to.,be   found   iu   Ih-cidontal   com-.  (">>-.,,     "   . ' ;        ".l   ,  Thii  remniiiing twenly 'millions, s(-af-  tered ..thuniglfout ,tho  tiopics,  jirc Miid  ti') be but" poor roprcsentSfiye-fc of ��� (he  annua!  ys  it  isi  known  to   1111,1  peoples  of Atnetifiii und  lOurl-pol, ' "v /)  The' horse's cufryhtr- ca,por-ily ijitiges  always Constipation, Ww*^ "'  lvidneyafand Blood Pois,  Non-action   of the  b(  tho blood to absorb Xoul matter whU  should have-passed from tho bejy  ,Weak Kidneys Xail t0 Alter rr0mlv  blopd the necessary amount of ����  The   blood   thu*  becomes  cofvonM  and  it Is  this  poisoned  blood whls  hurts the serves and  causes N-.ural  t'la and  Ileadaehea. '       "  ���    "Fruit-a-tives,"    made   'from, .  Juices, acts on the bowels and kldt>��,  and   is   thesnMm   blood   purit^"  medlolne in tile world  "Frultrartlv��t"f in.poia by all dea]er,  at DOu ft box, C for ��.*-<*���. or trial st- c  25c. or may be-obtajned fro?n I-Vult-.-  "ives, Limited,  Olt^vya.  /rmn.JJJO tor 2U0 pinimK. ij���, n  rati i-ilrry from :"!() to ii'��i jmuu,*,, l('  donkey from 100 lo you pound- tll,W,r  trow 1SII to "00 poiiinls. ttici...,i'i(.|ft(/1���  ,T5fi (ji SOU i;ounds- jit,d the chhhwt  'from 1.801* to 12,500 jimm.N '    s  >    Your  IDrnKKimt Win  Tell  Y���� >"  Murine vEya, Remedy Rolleveji ~Sor�� 'Byoa,  Strensthena "Weak Eyes.' Doean' t Smart,  Soothes Eye Pain, and Sells for fiOc. .Try  Mui^ne In Tour -Byes. and, In Baby'��  Kyes for.ScaJy  ISyelids and Granola.tlon.,  otisehoUl���mv babv'was tal*eif ill.  MEASURING, OF  H(  Ihe  snspecteii iHTsnns, with the oh|i'ct oi ob  t lining ilue- oi \ alucin 1 1 innii il < .ise-i  liytlns ini , 1 ritU ., ,tll. iieipiently nip  |ied 111 (lie'bul, 01 the p"i rotiatoi's ,ue  1 ipidlv iiioiiglii ti. just if c A^.. |l(m  eve.-, it is Ihe object of the newspapt rs  to keep public inloiest in the highest  teiisiim ihe most iiiiioeenl Juts ue  woven 1111 o ,11, el.ibui.ite t i-,sti,> ot scire  ni'n-, "ficts ' being (manut.ictuied  wholes ile in the iio e 'ui senes.iteiniiI  jnioi -, .il K.11  ���    doubtless,  the  iiftni.il   li.ilu e  in   iii.inv  sOJtIJKSLT.SlI JKT:   laborer  ro   work   111   tbe   morning.  going  called  for his male and iound hi in hang  mg tioin a belli' ui his born lie went  on to his work and oil arrivif said lo  the oilier men  '���What do ee tlnnl- I ve aseed?  Mill Smith stiuug ,up 111 the ham 'F.  "anged   'usself!  '��� '\nged ussclt 'ave 'ee?' rhev  sau' ' And,-ivliat'd 'oe do' Cut 'en  down?'- 1  "Cut 'en down',' lie renlied. "Xo:  Vi   wain't  deaO  vet'"'       ,  ease1*  obtain   i-uilin.il   ol   gieat   import  1 ,-,,.,  ,,       ,, ,    ,, ,'.  .    ,  mie from ihe 1'iess ,,, conducting <iim- ' TNJ0^ t!,;il Co \0l!Sf-M ^ ^ b'it,JC ,ln  111.1l .lUMiiues, but in immv ,,ises the!^ 1,u' 1'i'teu htatet;..two remarks  (i1111111.il   ic(e.\-es .i,d        \A. n   pmi.del which he n-ndo while lie was in the  01 iniorinition K- u-ported \ ,eM llH'hV!"!>' IIo"s0' -��.'l ^!lu>1' !':'V<' "C'el  inovenen's ���t the police, so (hat ti1(. buiort* been published, nre interesting  pnblu in.,v h.ue full inlormit.on As I On one oeonsion. .ffer he had fimshei  .. ies.,11 th" .iimiuil fiequemlv U.uns|an interview with .hm Jcffriei*. he said  Ins   h, st   wiu   in  escape 1 laughinglv  ,   . .     "Tf   it   should   ever   happen   Tbat    1  sjnpei   <u-fc( lives   _.,,,     r 111  |;iU)a,,j ;lgain rnll  tor j,ubiu. oR\vn ti,er(.  aie  three  vofes  L^conld  comiH   on���.lim  .lelTries, Hob  Ii,it7suiitiioi,i-', and John T  ov id  1 he   u< ��  j-loved 11    1  111; iiiu 1   which vonlu  not  be  lolei.ited 111   l.'ngl.ind, tin libertj   bis de  Jl'liei itrd   iiiiri  license        The  Amei Kali] y '.."   '  pi( ss ii, i.'ct, has Usui pi (j  I be in in tii-ns  '���1   Ihe   ''liniiriil   I lU'stig.irpiu   Ilepirr  J  nn i,t    im]   .vithoiii   uiv" Milbei it \  whil   1  IMI     ll is  1 np   t li II ��� < ll   lt~l It   -IK   III '( pi'lld  ( id   pubi'   (il g mi ^,it inn a '  .rili'l    's   uu.  moi ���>   -K-'li-lN    .lliui't    tlu-  mvspipi      oeiiiiMi nl.   Without    ill"  slightest 11 n~idi lation loi nihil pi opK   s,  te- lipg- tin 'iii-n ril.e cut iv. Hilling  w 1 11 -I 1 rs 1 in sligl (est uiii'i'itiii) w it 'I  i-.i ���!,-     '. b Im S\ lie       ll      ofi'i 1 .1  iiO'u i ' 1 11   w .in' ' !���(   deli im   i 1 1  SIOVATOK ROOT, al a dinner n*. New  "1 ork, eompl'iined  of certain  lalse  (hirgi-s     that     had     been     m ide  ig.unst    1   louipmv   be   fonnerh    lepre  seated  "Tin., sp:r,t   in   whiih   some   of   Oiese  (h.irgi-s were liioi'gbt,     11V sul "makes  ���ne  el 1  thi-'li    ul    the - bl K km-lilt 1    who   de  |.."t.  it   n j;   I mi h  1 imiiniii  'U I  '      1   -:  p"  tin-   s,,,   |,||<  ill   I'i   1      I'I      '  ' Ki ywli'dge  is pi'ivei  I lien   vv itii ,1   vOml , In    idiled  ' ^ is    i- ei vvledgi-   is   power -  \    it       l.'Jll'   fill     Mgl't    pi'TSOl  I.ilM  I.il. VI      .  I    tl ,  1111 I  1,1111'  I Ia  -mi  Lb  I  . ibli.  "   I |u  J   t"  id  -i 1  In     I..  (I ui   11,  11  ��� ', 1    I  ���mug  ll'i 1 i��� v      the 1  Ii   '1. tl  ��� pr-  11 Mli  infiiiiiti.li      ��    \   ex'imgo   ti counts  ' li.-  1 in-,    tn   h-s   J\    , ,��� \���r. ,, ���  I .     1 .    11. ,,������  ' 1     -        u.i     , i, it   ,|...  I i is 1 1-   v bo '      ��� ��� My biotlu-r, mlttiepr  "l      "'    "'1 I 1 iiiiw     lb u    tl ���-    ,-     1    '411   it  >|'b      1 "y 1   |^ o\ ei I (' 1 ii   v mi     1 ..I   t linn:  itlllu'lb (I     I o     IIH.lll 1      1 lie     lo-  1 ie      w ho    ha-    b' en     vour  111,1 I)   w in  count  In I ween  .v 1 f c  w .1  following  lOllltst ( 1  -  'mind  'i ti ��� IU ���  (   II     IITI]  ','i  I 11 I     .1;      I  II 1  ,11 III  1  ji ief    that i  ;ii   \> 11    il.  .-    ol    this  ompi.lionl"11 ,M"  and paitner in life, I will ((insole vou  . itl the .issim im e lh it I lu'ii is ,i nut In 1  ���   In.   sv mo I'hi/i s   with    vou   and    -.('( ss 1  J  e-tibi'K c  4  love  'l-o  ibis  lh  i-1-iiig   1  r's   i,ice  M\ b 'I   -   hei  lb.  u ins  .I   1111 fa 11  ln-n 1 v ed  hi.sb ind  In    gi'/e.l   into  tin  replied  mine  ('UN IO^.iIIWIMOMi the n.ining  inginiii 11 IK tin stmv Of how  lninb-lmir      \iy.i,.!ni   into being  I'wobrot'ni    p ni" .1 S hi film   13d    rid  i.iKe    bul   hi 1'i   piospeiling  lor   gob!   in  \n/on.i    in-1 tlnv  In il'v  lm  the lo< il it v '  will    ,v is  1 11,1       1  1,     ii.iA-n    is Tomb   J'     ���  1)r    .^,,.,,,.,,,1,,,  Ihe   get  ilov.-i so dup Ih'it .lake I ,!���, ilH^     (lf  -lone  bul   1 (1  li     1 et  \ Ol kl I  Di       .1  dig   1 hi     e ill b     Mid  Wh.i h    Ld    v\in 1 J  I     1    w null 1--    nn  1   IM    . abed  (Lew  Dr-Martel'sFemale Pills\t*t  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Io id   it   on  ill 1W    tip   bv  the    i,u rt ace  In   .l.lkl    1b it  11     - . vv   -mile   I n(i 1 i n-  1 '1  1 be ih-t 1111 e  '���Then skip," called up .bike, "lie-'  cause this i.- goim* to i<c a great gold  camp, and you can't .save.'mo"from those  b'vilsy Mot, when it'l- safe, come-back  ut up a tombstone on my grave.''  titer 1111.. bad to skip, nnd thev  finally  struck  it   rich.     A   few years ago  ELECTRICITY  fit r  OJV mniiv people 1cuo\y how electricity is measured? JMosl people  ( know that money isineasjired 111  dolbus.'and ilom 'in 'p01,u'i>j and that'  gas is _rneas'.iied 111 culm, feet-,^but the  inea^uremeiiL of electi-icirv, thiH^ i^ e\-  Ipiinely vague       '   1  Theowntei lecentlv ijuestioned a iinin  ber -of mdividnais, (mct al l.indom. Sill  oi whom .ire usom of'electm j.L^ eit liei,  for lighting ui, Juit powui, as tu,;]u��t how  electricit'v was oonght and sold ' In no  instance was a rojilv Obti'mied Inat was  ar .ill correct, \ trolley condiictor said.  "1 don't I.now Viu know we do hot  hue In ! now that Ask the inotorniau  he   ina 1    Un>.\ Tin    laMei   leplied   lu  tlie ('Wi,.,  ���   f I'eii'1   knov., but   I   think  thev * meter    if   -jti'-t  like gas "  " Wlrll  do thev  c-ill the ineasuieuient,.'-' be wa^  asked "fill/hei    "Cubic   rm-hes    jndbab  lv."   he   replied    A   gioeei    using   both  olecriic  light  and  power,  vuis no\t  ap  preached    "1   cm'I   tell   vou,"  he  >nd.  "I do not uiideislmid it al jII, so I kt it  alone     The colli itoi look' at that metei  on the wall and 1 h.uges me anvrhing he.  vvishesi   I  gue-s it is measured 111  mine  teer jusi like gas "    A him^eholdci s.nd  in   reply.     'T  have   i   watt   metei   jii   mv  ii'llu, but   ill I  know  is (bit on uu   bill'  r<    something    about     kilow itt     lioni'*  W'h-it   tha*   means   f  rbj   not   know.   '   lie  s 11 d       I ,  ftre (.ut is,, that" electricity t '01  strntly sjieak'ng electiic enoigv, is  measured 111, kilowit,! bou-s \ kilo  watt bou 1 is pi.u-tK ally the simp as one  ,11'I one 1p1.11 lei horsepower '10.us, s.iur-s  "I(1,1 iv,-ift-s equal one hoisepowei The  W.llt IS ,) 1 lie o I woi k pist as 1,1 hoi-e  poivr ���- ,1 iati- ol^woik. One'tells how  li.'iid the il*, ii.iui'i has In wink, while thc  olliii tells bow haul <i hoisc 01 engiiii-  has to work ta iiroduii the lequiicil en  mgv a.  The   nii-asuictt'ent    of    eh"tiic   power  111.1*1     be    siaiplv     evpkijned    thus.    The  (itirelit   enters the  bouse  and   a   loit-nn  I tut ion   p.issi s   thiougb    1   sinl(|l   1110I01  1 ont-iiiii il  in   what   is 1 ailed a "tiictei  'Tin   moving p irt   ol   tin-  tnotoi,  m   .11111  |.iT.uie.     is    1 (iiinei.led     to     111    oiihn.iiv  I 1 niiiiti'i.   such   i-.s   ns>eil    nil   buule^.   g is  i nieteis.   ,\m\   .1 utmimliile-       This   Mstcni  I in   t > iot lit il   u In els   is   n^.nigiil  to  11111111  ithe iiuuiber nt   w.itt   bonis (,|  , b-ct ucitv.  I  V  thousand  wait   hour-   is called  .1   kilo  I n itt    lion 1       the   p'eb v   '' I ibi *'    ilw iv -  Illll'.I'lV      1,110(1 \     kllow.lll      lllll'l      (lists  I rom I liiei- lo 11 11 ( ( ills      [I   the re-11 It  is  di.ni'il    in    horsrpnwii   boms, \\   1-  i,nl\  iiecess.iiv   to   leinembi 1    t lull    1   kiluwit'  1 in ur is 1 h>        --ii' a- (no    ii"!   on  1] on'  I'll it  hue tmii tl  ml  1    ]-   p, , ul),u    in   111 11    it  puv ei   ( oiisiiineil       \n   tn--1111  whnli    me 1 sun's   the   ipiiutil\    i>t  ileitrnitv   in   "piire''   is   known   ,1-    m  lmiiKtir. hei iilse ��� ��� ipn ntit v   ot   eleitm  I il\       is   iluev-. mc isi.icd 111   implies    \n  'instrument   whnli  measures Ihe piessuie  vliuli   iliuis the  eleilmitv   is  . ilied   ,1  vnltmetei.    sime    1 lei tin   .ptcssui-i     is  nie isured   in   noiinds The   wilt met 11   |  how'i v ei. taki s   ici oiuit   nl   both pies-uii'i  1 it. 1   IjllllltllV,   thai    I-,    il    iiiultiplies   tin  volts  b\   the auiperes and  gives the   n   j  -nit   111   wills      \ ol*s   innii iplieij   bv   am  l'.n-   gi\e   w itts,    |i,st     1-   poui'ds   lime,  feet  give  horsepowei.   provuhd   wi     1-  smm    tli 11   (In   wnik   w is diuu   111    i  1 or  1 nn t'n 1 , 111.1t  is, si, hup b woiK ibioe 11  1 sci r,ip|, hi   rniuule   01   hour   Tin   ilvu.i  1110 or    ' geiiei.itm "  iiuaislies .1   ft it tin 1  icigv    in   kilowatts,   but  the,  but j tin1 fact vv-as-" concealiid from ,11111,  One of the Royal, doctors failed to see  her every morning it mv liomo, lSut she  "passed'away on ifhe eighth d-iy. and I  ���was tobl that my iioautihil cliiid -wa^  (load.-  . ' c  "J'Sli.ilj.ucvej  forget   that hoin. The.:  ftiii*1 nt'ws^biought me1 instantly to my  knees on the (loot ol the Hoyal jiuryciy,  and it seemed to tinc that I would nevei  again move from' that position, foi J  lelt that I had been timisi'ormeil into a  block bf cold mid inanimate nimble, on  the instant. Yoh, nu Utile girl's death  wa^ ,1 sacl blow to nie; but. havjug nc-  eepted such guue diittcs, I lealirpil th-tt  family tronbIo<i,|,hhoiiM theie be any,'  wnuhl'iievo-' be��� stifTercd io cotic" lo >nv  ears until it became quite imperative  that they shoufdi 1 wiis kept in.tlus  position, for about eleven, montlis.'mid  when 1 iiiy' services weret no longer ^fc>  quired Iviug Edward���at * that J time  F'unce'of Wales���sent tin me from Jcliii  nuisei-y. .ind vvas pleased,'to tell nre that  T Ind not only won 1-is bw-n eileein rmd ...  that ul he- beautiful funcc'si*, but was j him  also (s:oemoil -(ml lesp-ctod bv n1!1 the J his  li'ov il hoi.sehold." ^ I   '  I pon i oiiLluding her duties Mis   R���l).    ^ Viulci  eits wtis presented with a massive gold  Uoise   buyeih   at'markets   are   moie  fdreful' now   Ihati  -ir   any'' oifier   time  of yon 1  io (take/'onlj,-  hoiscs  with  full  mouths   to   put   Fight  im 0 -, hifrd   work.  The   thiee"tntd   four year bids  showing  tip now go into feeders' hand*-.    A-colt  cannot   endure a��rniii��h ^liardship ns a  mnture'hoise. and at t'his season, when  the  weather  hiuit's  a   horse's  wmjcing  capacity,   it js-^oI ^ tbe   uliitosL   ltnporl-  lUice to hav e .1 imnjcaod' liorse* for miy  exacting "vvo'rk.    Colts are tiiore* subject  to ckIia 'and  to oveih.iatiug than, older  horses.     Stnlisties  *liow   tha!   a   large  preponderance- of, the .leatln- (rom i-()olie  ocfjuii among, tmmatinc  work   jiniinats.  The, /oliyhn's   k-s.s   dfgcil,i"ive  cajjaeity  and mors  stiatn >put upon  it,     I'urt '91  his1 f-jert   must   go ,i��to VoVnplctin^  tlitf  foi-mation   of bard   bon?,  and  the   erv  pantioiinof  muscle,  geneiall.^ debcribed'  as filling' out.    It is mipussible t,o koep  11' colt' 111   as  stiotig  /Ipslii as an   older  lioj'so   workinii   bo-Sidi*1   nim^'aini   it   is  equally impossible' tti koep the  vitality  of'tho -.-oitugster up lo ~o high it'���pitch.  Jt is risky *btisine<"s to put'a colt i,nfo 11  *itery,hard place- in .the-Ihinds of a ��ire-  I6ss"d:i\;er atf(lhiif time of-blie-year* unit  the'.colt''lis  ugt, -.vauted -dii-Uiif ijimbel  either .' lie  hinst'.be  favored !��s   nmeli  as "possible, in   the ���work  and, kept-on  the  I'm in'until  the ^weather moderates.  A  few   hour-? -of, impatient' or  e-trulos-<  ili-ihing of .'1  tired  youngster may-ruin  'f6t'  life,   i-vcii "if, it   does   tint* Cut  ii'e  -,Hort ' 1     . J,,  brooi-  bv    I lincess" Alexandra    (now  i ('iii'eii M(5rher); who then told the taith-  Jul nu'-e tbit shy was (iriv-Jlegeii .i1, all  times to 1,'lc- t., the Utile Piiiii-e as Jum  boy. . - - o-  kuiir 1_Xlw ml (I ben Prince of Wales)  give hor 11 costlv gold' waW h, which bore  the   fnfliiwing   lii-ciiption--  "To   jfis.   JfObeif-,  In   Tfi nii'inbijinee  "f  '1 IMI    I'rince "Oeoige  [{eturi'iing  home/^frf-.  Hobeifs-  iound  tbat   cvoiyrhing  had   gone  wioeg   vvith  her liusfjand's business.'   Pi.ieticaHyJ lie  was runied-7-a cattle-disease. 11 en  rag  ing had kill"d nearly a|l his cows     JI��,.  Itoberts then  took up musing a- .1 pio  ies-sion.   and   for   tlrfrtvfive   utirs   stK.  niiT.sed ebildien uf the English' nobility.  By being appointed to nmse and  tosier  tlie  fust bom   nt  the  I'i ineess .Christian  at    Cumberland    Hodge,   "Windsor,   that,  firuilv Vstablislied  hoi   populantv.  that she   tended  the   OulIk-ss  of  coin, tin- t onutess of, llnuisUilleri.  Vivian    (now     Lady . Swansea).  f hen h,   and   ni.inv   olueis   of   thc  ing families ol   tin* le.ilm.  But.  ninbiig   all    the   babiev   she  c.iied foi  not  oue  ippcaled to. Jlis   1?  almost .ill < iri'fiinst.'iuces 1! is  better nof fo nltow the colts to tolkw  tlie- mmes' ��� (oils sutler nji undoHbred1  niiuiy fiom tollow'iig doggedly ,'tlong  mile, after mile with their dams 111 tlie  field 01 on tbe road Hveryone who  h-is allowed colls to follow is f,nuiliai  Willi the tired, lifeless habit they dove] op.' A si ill, -,pimle<s gait, ,111 uu  "hapelv, tljin body .tud tttunteil giowlh  aie common faults of -in h 1 oil *, They  have literallv lieeii put to "work pnic-  tically from birth, and (lleii tritiitiUi-  tioif'*"-n" nut eipi.il to the' .str.-iiii. A  rolt cannot work and grow as ho ���dionbi  all at the same lime. The ever'-ise he  would naturally take in a day is nuly  ,1 small fi'.ifiioii of the amount he  takes in following the mare, Then. too.  the work'of following-along at a wnlk  tii the tields does nrrt bring nil his  muscle into play as docs ,1 jumping,  tern ing, romp with liis body twisted  and squinm'd into a hm-ijied ^eoiUor-  \ ft er'tions Moreover^. .1 1 olt is a great bin  Vbei- iliaut-e iu the field; be gets lost or fijl-  Ladvl lows some, olhei team away on (hi road  Lnil'v When flu-' team is doing light woik  thai doe�� mil tne the colt, he is cue  tinually into mist bief and is liable lo  get hurt. jjigain, it the n,o>t,r incuii-  eniei.f times, he takes a  lew 'sw-illows  'MNell.yjW  hull}  iimn,  ' u,Hmrt,i  visitor plpjjsnndy, "vyho ari��- von'"  yt'm the  babv'it broilieif" nis'i),,,!  rirjgoii|jous reply, ' ���  Kuicker;-, '^BreaiV'is  to   i,t- -,,,t,\  [,v  wright,"' ,'   '      - >j ,. A       '     '  ABoeker: *J,Then my wife cm mpki> ii.,1  rich.'' i���,, .i,    -    '*���.*<'        �� '     r   ���  ft 3'luvoMcrf V'TwenU -uijiute^ /  .LAG AD ED  BLACK  EQWDER SHELLS  .r_.'��,-1*'1 '/ -ffi it-  w  RED  . B RAND-  -rtuoe mark nra. jm u, b. pat*; oit.  -Shoot-.Strong and'Evenly^ '  ���    '      ,    Are Sure Fire^    '       ���   >  '<- ��� "- ��� Will Stand Reloading  AThey .Always Get The Game*  t   *,,*"���   - FopySale,.'Everywhere.   ,.  '  forItha t *new\hquse  -��������  y-.A'  lead  has  erts -i, did fienrac*' V. "How often r irom  dindled linn >n mv lap 1 could ni'ii tell lihese  thons-iiitls ot tunes, of lo'ii-e," "be  siul, "and when rhe impel Irin.-e uf mv  J J luiTge would come to lib , how l would  I nunder if lie would evei 1 oine to the  thi'ine' I    have   pr.i-,fd   fJod  inanv time--, should mv bin Piii'i-i ever  lie King, that Hod would tiles., in- |..ign  mil mnNt bun a vvi-e and tie.il utlor  niiudful  ot   hi- high  (illic-. o'   his  i ijns  thi?   maternal   fount      Taking  nil  lundiaiice^  together    ii'iich    tt-ne  losr    -Wliilt' the colts .ue veiyyouhg  is better  for fheiu  if   ihe mares can  I in duties,  blessing tt,  did huh u-  (1-uh pr.u (  V  good   to  his  siibn-its, .. nd  ri  the  wnId '"    Mtlii.iTgh   (he  now   Inr across  tin   se 1.  hei  ��� ���    is    "find   Keep   mv-   l!nv  1 1.  ���01 g(  _    } lioi-epower    hoin -  ' I power  fKin 1   . o-t - tl  bin si-  mill 1  IKJBLAKD'S NAMES  .   kit iw .It   !������  I l.t    w U Inn '1  T  hi:  le  nt  iinpiossioii    is    gem 1 il    tli it  isi   nine out  ol  even   ten  im 11  in j  Irel.-mid   aie   named    lJat   Murplu   i  uu!  tm   oii((   then*  is soiik-  i en I  giutiiidf  foi   the  populai   impression,  tor,   u   >Oii|  cill   ini'ii    peisiui  ' ' Mmplu ,   '   v ou  ( \ ei \    eight    t line-  no1    named    Mtup  ir  bi"<lriveu to ihe bam in  rhe middle o;  inch   halt   d iv-   so   the   \ oungst.ei-.   can  suck,   aud    flii-<   urdiiianlv    takes    !.'-.s  tjiee tli'in  the tolts vottbl   witsle  111  the  held      It   is   me   -afe  fo  lakf   tlie   eojts  tu   tbe   field   and   tie,   them   up.      When  Melt    111   this   w.ij.   they    cm   (>nd   moir  jw.ivs  ol  tangling   themselves   up    than  I Viu    would     believe    possible il.iny  i i nils have been i b'liicd I" de.itli in tins  ii.ii. A tight bo\ s| ill with 1 little  u.its ind hav iu mbbli is tin best pbui-  fur ( olt.s iu the d iv tune until thev '.in  hei (line .ici I'sluincd to being s( [i��r itod  Hum tbcii dams, \ltc: i hey Dive be  1 utile iceoni lied t" this thev can be  tnrniMl out into ?he piu.Hiif vlii-ti I he  in.lies 111- t-ikiu (Mil to woll. -tud will  -(ion |t un tr. In al the gilc -ll noun  ,iiul   uighl    ii.ulv   tor let leslun.Mts  i I-1  Tr ��*K:rjl.^ 1  mtnu, t n  n-orlh.     Tl,,  rucomin.-mliiii    for    ucinifiCH   nl  '���'"������ I**-��.-|��a.rt_f   rt'Hiwijr  ol  provju  /rr.m   thnr   h,b 'Ih  ,|���i���k   anlj  perm��neni, 'for sale r.i .11 druu itoreti'.  Corns eripjilc the feet and make  walking n torture, yet sure relief, iu  tbe shape of Ilollowny's Corn Cure, is  within  reach  of all.  thi'" uijunrit uf ( nergy must be used Im  oik hn.r inline 011 kilowatt hour cm  be il ugiil I'wo kilowatts for -i h ilf  I ('.1 would .luiuiiiit to the s.iuK thing  lh 1- it is i.i'iossiry not only to state  the rate of work in kilowatts, but also  to'state the time in hours, hence the bill  slntes tliat'the cost has been so much  for' .such nnd'such kilowatt hours, '��� that,  is, so many kilowatts furnishing light  or power for so'many hon'rs. J'or, example, 10,(Km waits energy supplied for  fiye'hours' would amount to 50,0(11) watt  hours  ut ���'fifty  kilowatt  hours.'  Tbe ordinary i-ixteen-candh; power  lamp consumes" energy at the rate of  about fifty-five watts, since the pressure  exerted   by  tho  generator  is about   110  v ou   meet   in   I rr-1 1 ml  .lilt   In-   right   urn e   in I  II    The   other-,   an  hy ,    t be    ( h hki-s    an  seventeen   that   thev   nre   K'ellvs  v   stimifj .iml  giuwing ru.il ol   ATiuphv  mil   Iv'ellv.   hiiwevei.  is .-ninth      I e   both  I.-'glunl    ind  Si ol bun!,  tfinilh   1-   f.u   in  . the'leid   and 111  Wales l.e.its .hue- b'*   1  I   II  1 I I (IU     liuli-glll  I        flic number ol   lypicnl   Cngli-ii   n.uni-  !m  In bind  is suipiisiiig      Messis   liikei.  uu)ii r     l.uiig    Small    Tinner,   ei e .   an  1  f 11 ipir ullv      r iu mint on il,     but,,     dilpilc'  I ibis  iinasiuu  and   the  ei|iiilli   'lgoiuu-,  I   1II11I,   of    Wi lsii   .loni'ses    there    ue   ("1  1 Hugh  b I'   u*   the   \heriis.   Kioril.ius    i'\i  g.ins, and   Movinh'ins  t(> k( ep   ilui    tic  ti iditiuiis of (hi  land  \nv :iluiplu in liel.md, or uu' (>l it,  ( 111 tell Will that "Mtnphv is -1 om  (���(ssimi 1,1 ihe pour, ignui ml Kngli-h,  who Iound iliflii ally in inoiiounnug. tin  .saints help t.lieml'a simple, name like  MacMiirrough���the name of the ai.icieiit  " of.whom Dcrinot  was  ?.vSacke'H:t'P/a&tery*BoardJ  ,1-1' ' -*     1- X        '      ' -        J **���* -> %       y ^ *     " ~ *     -        ' '     ^ "^ *"*���!* '  The Empire Brands of  W.all Piaster  1 'V 1 1   (       *    ��� *���     '  1 "' ;      WA-NUKACTUKEO ONtY I$y   -, ' -.  The Maxiitoba Gyjpsujri Co., Limited  HIGHER ACCOUNTING and CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY  BY   CORRESPONDENCE  , Wiito for full particulars to���  Dominion School of Accountancy and Finance  D. A. Pender, C. A.  WIXMPER, ^rANf ��   1  II C6oper,C.A.    ,T.n Youug.C-A.     S K.PIainlers.l-LB  The trolling ol -tulion.s is um u(  the 'iiost nnpoitint -11I1 ji-i-t -. in the  bnediiig business A st dtirni iruisl be  well conditioned to be read-, fuv sor  vile. Srmie men are ctpeits along this  Inii. while others ne conririuallv b iv  ing sill, hoist's (.1 horses mil of (ii.'.li  tu.jj !  '1 hi    .uei.igi    bier.ln    wuiibl   do    wi il j  In   bivi    a    sp|t    lie hi       This   doe-   not   in   th,11     1   ��t ilium   sliunbl   In    put    im  full Iced but 1 1 In ,i,i si I' tiedoi mi-  In made in l I'ov with 1 iruh 11111I1 r  it ol ibuiil 0111 (in 11. <> that i- lh.  -I lllliitl 1 its lilt fl-l'l UPlie wil[ 11111  into his liiiluig lio\ i hi- ...,ll fui 1 e  him   tu   e.i I    slow  Musi nil. st illiu'is i^t too 1 ipidli  while 01 hei- Ihinw 1 gieit di.il .11 (hi 1  feed out  and wnsle  il       fl,   ( it-ng slow  il  ls  the  Only Oil You  Need for  Gasolene and Kerosene Engines  It provides perfect  brication under high  temperatures without  appreciable carbon deposits 011 rings or cylinders, and is equally  good for the external bearings.  Capitol Cylinder Oil  kings of i'.einst.er,  the Inst. ''���  Burton Holiday-Makors���Three fpiJir--  tors, of a million people have been carried , between Burfcoii-on-Tronf (l-big.),  and various resorts since 1SS2, in connection with the annual excursion of  Messrs. Bass & Co. 'b employees. ' Nineteen trains took 8,000 of file holiday-  makers to Blackpool the other day.  Pills of Attested. Value.���i'nv.n.'.eloc 's  Vegetable l'ills are 'the result of care  fill study of' the'properties of certain  roots-nnd herbs, nnd the action of such  as sedatives, and laxatives' on the digestive apparatus. The success the  .���(impounders have met with attests the  value of their w-orh. These pills have  been recognized, fur many years as the  best cleiiusers of the system that, i-iin  be got. Their excellence was recog:  nized from, the first and fhey grow more  popular  daily.  Sicam Traction  Engines  and  Steam Plants  Traction Engines,  Wigons, Etc  Reapers,  Threshers,  Plows, Harrows  delivers more power, and makes the engine  run better ind longer with less wc.11 sud ttjr-  because its friction-reducing propel tics arc  exactly fitted to tlie requirement-, of tic*���  traction engines and steam plants.  lica.  Axle  Grease  nukes the wheel as nearly fnctionlcs? js possible and reduces thc wear on a.vlc .ind b"1  It   ends   axle   troubles,   saves   enfr^v   in   ll,e  horse,   and  when   u->cd   on  axles of  trai!'��n  engines cconomi7cs fuel and power.  Granite Harvester Oil  machine-  ;\yi>cre-  wotn   tt  cushion.  ��"     IIL1  Every dealer crerjrBrheTe.  he   Imperial'  insures  better  work  from  tbe   new*  and lengthens   the life of the  old.  ever  bearings   arc  loose   or   boxes  takes  up'the   play and   acts like  a  Changes of weather do not affect it.  If no* at yoors, write for dencripu'vc circul/.- ��  Oil   Company.    L��mtted  57 THE   JvJOYIE   LEADER
ned to Sufferinjg
'',« 11 -FB1IIM-IIVES"
ii.rh.-ir aa Bouche, March 24. 1909.
Suffered terribly, from BiliousueM
• mW-p-w f<5r fifte"* ye*rs> wa*
i.rf i,v physicians and took many
5w tat got no relief. .Then I took
■crmt-1 tivd''.   an«i .this,  medicine
XtJeiely cured me when everything
f filled     To all sufferers from Indi-
Vnn niliousntss and Constipation,
yon'.,lr Bdvlse   them,to   try   thu
•jcirie". Charles Barrett."
""-c«ljoit 6 for f».So~<>r trial box,
y/t all dealers or from Fnut-a-ti ve*
sited, OtUwa. 1    ., .
1 - 1 y" y *
itM 1AL Washington,ia liiglily amused
st t Mory at tbo expejise^of a man
Li' ju'ivw "■ ,''u'') circles, which hab
I.ttc't'.ed <'"£- The. victim of the joke
lyr K 0 -JloiAtmani*, a* very "wealthy
f'a'u>i.L''.6iii»». Mr. Hurstinami weigh;
I, W ,,u,Hlds, and was-getting fatter,
1 his ilaaui prescribed work .for him.
. vie eliii/mii" got the job,'after some'
LfT-iilli. a*- •i*i*<,eT'l>»npect<>x at1 $1,-000
1\M! WI.'-'1' ho assumeil his duties he
I-udd Abrit they chiefly .consisted in
Ijifmliflr beer. Ho leapt lb« wtirk for a
Ltl im*- when .lier actually1 .found , he
Li* puMmf? '■>'> murerilfibh he gave it-up,
[.j bpffred I'is friiiridc not to' tell the
[jttir ttftsl  l<'a,l,.'olA woilf h*. had. pro-
in"^,      ',       :a„    .
as to what virtues are to be admired
m a schoolboy. Ia China they always
do. Strange as it may teem. Chinese
youths go to school with the sole idea
of acquiring, knowledge. Hence ths
etolid, determined faces of the pupils of
Queen's College in the Eastern city.
' There is little variety in the color and
cut of their.dresb. They wear no hatfa
home brush all their Lair straight back
into their long queues; others have a
fringe of stilt' ( bristle*- dividing the
shaven from the unshaven territory oi
their heads.    All carry fans.
in age the boys vary from nine to
twenty-three, and many of them have
family cares in the shape of a wife and
childieu .at home, livery year, however
seeu-a decrease in the proportion of mar'
ried schoolboys, and the average age
becpines less each year. Iu the early
history.,of tho wbool boys of all ages
woro to be found in it, and it was not
an' unheard-of thing for father and sou
to be running a cloBe race for the first
-(       - -y,   ,'■'-     . '   ,
^UIN'DiJv schoolboys P„r1e8e,n't a curi:
'  ius rt-nlrast to {bqi'scboolboj's oi
ilic Occident., 'At least tho obser-
linoii Iki|i]S with reference to.the'Orien-
lilselioolhej's of Quceb's College, Hong-
tcf, tIh"i,,1 it ,i*i said, a sight  to be
[(js'ary iLj   is, that bi" more;''than  a
kssiuii'l pnpili, not .one' of , thorn , iu-
[jLjiif}-jn any UoistcrOus .conduct,  or.
[jirfi!. ^ew letting oIf-his superfluous
lj.na.ti)" a ruu, or a leap., .        ,.  '   *
I lie (laiii'se hujs^of Qn'ceu's .College,
■''t'Uit''. do   not-  bjuny,    but    walk
%SiSi!; alofi,; with  their books under
llB u-iiib     i'lie utmost''exhibition  oi
\t&h\U fcelii'g   is; a,, reserved1', smile
l-fiag '..jj the face' of.aAboy hero aud
fjrt*»t li" Jiat'ens^to^thtj.'cojiversation'
RhBcj'i/'aiji'ins. yfeoistetouS behavior
Jjori.j-lie'io-.isiik'rqil by  these  Chines'e
|.ii!sa^Gr.iligi)i<icd and quite'coiitrury to
lull lfes of schoolboy ( good form. -'\The
In'-K'O'*'.1 Chinese boy is'in his be-
|!iai.'u.-, lie '.iiore' he   couducts   himself
lift a-li'ife old 'jian/'thc^more',aristo,
IraficteLs considered  b£ his,school'
rdlfti-S acil the iriore,Upraise he receives
JiVb litt ■■clioolmiisters^and'hts parents.
j la thi* .'ountryjind.in England par,
iu* and -.'uiiit.do-^iot/iWariabiy agree
' ,      MOTOEENG
"A resolution is before tho Milwaukee/
,Wis., county board of bupervibors jiro-
viiling for"tho purchase 'pf a 'motor
ambulance for tho county hospital, T)ie
county has already equipped the slier-
ill's oliico with a seven-passenger toui-
ing car ior use of'the deputies, and the
saving in thh. refipect maket., it ,highlv
probable, that tho ambulance measure
wili bo passed. „,Tho city of Milwaukee
iu^also wrorking out a plan for a motor
ambulance for the city and' emergency
hospitals. ,y The municipality, already
owns eleven cars and is ,-n'cil pleased
with, them.   ,.„ *,      ■  1 0
Good rouds i« tne iirbt question,that
has been taken Mp\by the. newly-orgau-
i«ed iSashville ' Automobile Club, of
Xashvillc, 'feun., and id this connection
the-'prcparation,of 11 road.maptof Te'n-
ii(Jifc?e isi,, to b'd-»in - at- once. Secretary
C. C.. Gilbert says that lie' also is endeavoring to get the N,cw York-Atlanta
toiif to pass through XashviJfe. There
are lrtaay good roads in Tennessee, ^but
there,, are, t;oo ' many' places-"wiere
s-trelches-of only* a mile, or''so, or,(,in
othei;r instances a few miles," condemn
a route that Would ^otherwise be in
splendid' Bhape.^ From Nashville lto
Chattanoogp, is^a good example. ii'The
diRfance is 151 miles, of which',143 miles
Is'oxcelJent road, b\it just one stretch of
8 miles of mountain rond that'-hai not
been worked in ,41 ,years, makes -it almost impossible fdr^ motor car to make
the'.trip. . Attention',has already'been
turned to this and it is probable' th:s
will be 'one of the first results of the
organization of the club.'",    -
The Automobile Club of Twin Fallb
County',is the'name of tho organization
of-Owners of'Twin Falls,! Idaho," an"d
vicinity,-which has just been formod to
promote the cause of'good'roads. There
are nearly 100 motorists who have'signified thair intention of 'joining,' w'ithi this
club. ' A state association is also under
way, comprising the clubs at Twin Palls,
Gooding, Boise and Idaho-Falls. . These
will affiliate with' the American-;'Automobile Association. The officers.of the
Twin Falls.club are: President, George
S. Aldricti; vice-president, J,( Benjamin
flail; secretary. Arthur - J.'- .Peavey;
treasurer, W. W. .Afickelwaitrdirectors.
P."]!.'Crow; F. C. Spencer, Carl E. Und.
O OME Fedeial officers i-i the Civil
KJ war once sough) shelter for the
night ui an old tumble-down hut.
About two o'clock a'polecat announced
its presence in'its own peculiar way. A
Ger1nu.11 bat up and looked helplessly
about him. The others were all sleeping
".Mem   gracious!" he  exclaimed,  in
tones  of despair,  "all the' rest  atdeep
uud I've got to smell,it all:"
' '        •*,*»,*>
LORD TOWNSEND, at the battle of
Dettiugen, was standing quite
near a drummer boy whose brains
were dabbed out by a cannon ball. Ilia
Lordship gazed on the horrible spectacle
for some moments in 'silence. ' At last'
un old officer spoke up u,nd said: "Why
is your lordship surpriBedt Such things
must happen in war." "I kngw it,"
was the reply; "but what astonishes mo
is that a boy with so much brains should
be here at all."    -     ' '
rpVi'O  of  the  gilded  youth' of   Provi-
_L    rdence,' Rhode Island, were in ^few-
port and came upon,.a newsboy,-
"Let mo'have a paper," said one;of
them, giving the boy fifty cents. ' '
"I ean't, change that," said'the boy.
' '"Lend^ie a nickel, "the gilded youth
afckod his companion.    ' B
V Oh,'bother, let'him:l have the fifty
cents;" , 1
, ' "No, indeed! You lot him have it if
you liki>, nMy father-in-law it. not'dead
and yours is." ' '
' 1/ r   * « i- I
THEY had reached/the, outer portals
of tlie front door, and-w«re'there
" KotnS through the process of parting, very Tizigeringly, , ;
, *' When 1 -bay goodnight ta' you this
evening," gurgled Mr, Yonngslow, "do
ypufthink it would be proper for me'to
place,one reverent kiss upon your fair
hand*".-, -   -
"Well," sbevaighed, softly, "as she
laid her head cjtiictly on his -shoulder,
i'i should consider it decidedly out of
THERE h'as been exhibited before th-
Boyal Society of London a form 0-
microseope, the invent tun of Prof
Gordon, by means of whiih euonoou-
mag-iiiieat-on of an cbjei t «;ij, it i
stated, be attained without tbe blem
ishes due to tiptical causes that formcil-;
marred ' fcuch images.
We may suppose that1 the oj-.largct
image of an object is received iruni •
tnicio&coi>e lens ilpon a ground glas-
focussing screen, and that then aiiotbc
microseojie is cmjdoyed btill fuirlier ti
onlaige the image ao. formed, This is
of'course, quite feasible, but lie gran
of the glass would be magnified !ogeth>»
with the imag'e and would vitialc the re
suit. Prof. Gordon uses a miisluceir
screen of the,finest possible texture, anr
be causes it to be kept in continual ino
tion while the object is being \ Jewed 0.
photographed. By this means tie grail/
of the screen is' eliminated aud tin
greatly magriiQed image of tli<» object
aloije seen. Specimens roagiiifitd lo the
extent of ten thousand diameter? wer.
sihown as proofs'of the efficacy of the
metbod adopted.  .,
G1 OV. MARSHALL,has av story, says
T ,an Indianapolis,paper, about the
pastor &f a country church' 'who
preached upon, the theme, "You Can't
Keep a Good Man Down.'? ;J When the
appointed Sunday- arrived the, church
(jjvas' crowded, not becirttse he'was'an
especially , good - preacher, but'1 because
hctwas a preacher who'always took bis
text from "the AVord," and tho people
were euiious to know w'here he iW'onld
find such a text.*in the'Pible. -He aro&e
with deliberation,'while the'cougrega,
tio'n waited' 1 breathlessly, opened his
Bible, and read: "and ou the third day
the'whale" spewed up Jonah." '
Worms ii-children^ if they be nol attended .to, cause' convulsions, and 'ofteu
deatt, ■ MotheryGravcs' Worm'-'Exter-
iniiiatpr *will protect'the ,children,r*rom,
these distressing (afflictions. >'-   :\   A.-,
i<antaBi*et rnari^ -who was visiting
Hhe lnttcr.'s place on the coast of
Massachusetts, imagiiic'd' that he v/ab
deriving some'benefit by reason of the
.sea  water  he  w.i?  drinking.     '      \  -
,One day, as, the tw-i strolled along the
beach, the hypochondriac-(said ,to_ his
friend:   „   „ r    > „    ,'„4-      \
.. '.'Dick, (thi^f-ea water is really help-
'ing'.my dyspepsia. I've already-taken
twu'glnbbCa .of .t this morning. Do you
tnink I might take a tlurdf",
'•"Well." returned the jfriend,* with a
gravity efiual to that,of bis friend, "1
dtiVt think 3 Ihirdi would be missed,
'Lorn.'1-'      . v   ~1 *■ 1    •    y < .'      , ,ti_ if.
.' K
A New Head In 30 Minutes
Exchjuie* *tirl achinc. thrafaUne. «Bflar1nc. rwrMU^ k«i      _.
i ,     bi dur, cxkt, ccmicrtabla od« hjr tikUac • '-
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U" li^vi'is nre nuthoiitir. -l-vto-ilatc, the most i-oimili-te on the market, -ind  the'
'""r"-". 'i it iblc ior anj  prvvincc In the Unnunlon. '
iyy iri(l\  coumes •wlili h were only MriitiMi for one province!
_ i <■ c !nd mote successful stndcuts at the C. A. Examinations In 1010 than tlie
•"-il li-iises for Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan iu any one previous year r
n-i-c for jiro<.|n.ctus nnd fnlt particulars.
?.0. Drawer 2929
D. A. Ponder, C.A., President
Winnipeg,. Man.
For Stea^m Traction Engines
and StesLm Platnts
Delivers more power, and
makes thc engine run better and longer, with less
wear and tear, because its
friction-reducing properties arc exactly fitted
to the requirements of
stcam traction engines and steam plants.
Mica Axle  Grease
makes the wheel u »e»rl*f frkdonlea* m potable «nd reduce* the wear oa tude end box.
It endj ode trouble*, tare* eiK-rjnr ia the
bone, and whea u»ed on axles o» traction
eoginc* economkes feci and power.
Granite Harvesier Oil
fauorea better work from the new audiine
■rKi lengthen*, tbe file of the old- Where-
crer borinp k« loose or boiea were h
tAea np the pJajr and acta like a ea*U«M-.
Change* of weather do .pot aied it,
Standard Gas Engine Oil
h the only oil jroa need. It proride. perfect lnbricatkm nnder high temperature** with-
c-ot apprccklJe. carbon depowtt oa rmja or
cylinder*, and; k csjoafly guci kf-m «-
temal bearings. ■
*«»T «V«far n^tn.     U aat M *f«B», «rito»W***c-jJfff»w«ta«Aw*
The Imperial. Oil Company, Limited
Ontario Agents: The Queen City Oil Co., Ltd.
Traction Engmea,
Wagons, Etc. '
Je&pers,      ;
Threshers,      :
P1°w«, Harrows
PORT) 'KITllilKXKl^ atl'one,of thc
l-l , diiim'?^^ t-'i.doiei!, Lhim' ^in New
Vcrfs, ajio'.ojjiycJ.-.for his -.vant, of
iili)i[(ic*iicc. A '
"1 cskli't sjieaKi that i-> why I don't,"
!:e said. '"'I think,'it is better' to .k'eex*
-liieut than to put ynu to sleep.
''The:officei*S'Of the BiitisK Army are
noted for their -nubility to innl*e a
public apeeoh. \Vhe«oier an officer is
fooli^li enough to rifee to answer a toast,
tbe guests? bay to oue another significantly, as' he sits down: >
" 'Well, you know, the' bigger the
gun, the bigger tbe bore.' " t
"       +       c. ■
rpitE big bnrtendei i« the white aprcn
JL     told   a  good- story   the  other  day
that .smacks of the truth.' ,
'J. JLeiliniiis, li coj.traelor, met hts
frtend DojiQvan' on the piocr the othei
day.' Donovan hud just landed iroiu
the old icountry and it was his first
visit to America. Stopping at the hqte"
where the bartender in t-uestiou holds
forth, McGinnis said:
"Now, Donovan, my boy, .I'll give
you-a taste of liquor that will make
you "think the'ancient kings left am
brosiu for ye. Bartender, give us, a
couple of drinks of that forty-year old
Bourbon ye have iu the private bottle
for me."        - y
The bartender placed the ','private
bottle" on thc bar with two very sninll
glasses, vi Inch he > had filled with the
precious fluid.
Dono*.an lifted the pony dauilly to
tho   light,   aud   turning   to   McGinnis,
8**^* • -»r       .,.
' • How old did you say this is, Mac .
"Forty j ears, if it's a day.''
"Be   jabbers,"   said   Donovan,   with
another critical look at the glass, "It's
small for its age. ain't it?"
i*     i-    *
AMONG Senator Depcw'u Fourth of
July stories there is one about a
veteran on n street car.
This veteran, in all the panoply of his
blue uniform, brass buttons and white
cotton gloves, was on his way to a
Fourth of Juh\pienic fin the outskirts
of the village." A stranger boarded tbe
car, and loaning across his wife, engag
cd the man in conversation.
The talk soon turned to warfare, aud
the veteran said:
"Yes, sir; I'\e rcon figlitin'. I got
this gash across the cheek at Chica-
uiaiiga. Mv stitl' kg, by giuh. comes
from a ball iu the knee—Chancellors
ville. This thumb nail h"ro was shot
oil al (icttysburg. 1 lo't the tip of
mv ear at Spottsjlvania."
""Dear mc," said the stranger, "how
interesting! Vou haie indeed, sir, seen
hot fighting. Hut. tell me, how did
vou get that long, deep, murderous dent
down the side of jour tic-c? \ cavalry
charge—haud-lo-hand engagement, eh?'
The veteran frowned and ignored the
question. He begun to * till; about the
heat.    But Ins wite interiupted.
"Go on, Bill." she said, impatiently
"Tell the., gentleman how yon got .the
dentin your nose."
','You   shut   up,   Hannah!"   said   the
'veteran. '
"T won't, nuther," said the old wo-,
man. "For it just about' rilo-s the skin
of mc tn hear you braggin' and braggin '
about the marks you got in tne war,
whilst, yon won't never open your head
about the finest, and most noticeable
mark of,all—the one I give you with
the fire shovel."
lias uny horse now in tr.timiig u
rlmuco of*- lowering any of tl.* sevcu
world's recordu held bv Dan ' Patch,
1.5.11    '     v      t ■/,-
This question ban 'ben i^ktsl many
times, and is of special intc'iest, uow
that Dan Patch ,'has been periuttncntly
retired, aud at the beginnuig of a seacoti
that'give spromibt* of some etreplion^
allj- fast work by the*'couutry's baruecs*
Uoi-ses. *        '
iThere 'aren a large number of very
•"ant horses in training, and iu one stable
alone, Lhat of' M. AV..Ravage, Ibere are
five pacers that, have "ahead}* shown
a.hilitj' to nice around two minutes*, and
any 6»e <Jf ihetrt 'may be exjjecteil to-do
s8methiug sonnational in the reco**d-
brcaking liiie before the end of 1910. ,
In the discussion aroused by tJtc above
qusstipti, however, 'one horse stands out
pre'eininentlyt 'Thatr 'horse' ii, Minor
lleir, ].59'\"4, admittediby most experts
to have the' greatest flight of speed 9/
any horse ever trained with the possible
exception of Dan Pateh. Whetbe.r or
not he will be able .to. win world championships this y6ar is," of course, prob-r
lcniatfi-al; but the1 chances'seem to favor
bis doing so.  ' ' ,     1 •
, Two >*ears ago Minor Heir -nas prae-
ticolly unknown. AVith the opefiing o£
the Grand Ciscuit.races the little brown
son of ITeir-at-Law paced himsislf into
prominence,'and before the season was
well advanced well advanced lie occu,
pied a' similar position in the horse fim-,
anient} and was as much talked about
as h"as" ben Halloy's- comet recently.
Minor Heir's terrific brush'was'tlie talk
of the circuits, and his qualifications as
aii all-round horse put hinp. 111 a class' by
himself. ,   . b •   ,
From early 'until late diiTjng *190S
Minor Heir 'was ^raced^'and started; in
speed "exhibitions, and altogether went
through one of* the 'hardest campaigns
to which a 'face horse was-cer sub
jected. He emerged '.from it'^tviih all
the world's records for greeh"pacersj
a tie for the world's pacing recprdand
adniittodlj* tiie fastest pacer de'-N eloped
for some j-ears. j-.e was heralded, and
with* some,;justice,' as'the'isuccessor toJ
the champion Dany-Pateh. By some
people' he was 'announced superior to
the unbeaten son ofMoe Patchoii. -' (, \
In Decembe,r, 10t)S,. he-was purchased
by M. AY. Savage,;and made the stable
mate - and, travelling .companion of.- tuo
champion. During 1909 Minbr *IIuir
was seen in exhibition races flith Dan
Patch in various parts of the country." ,
Unusually bad weather and tra.uk conditions made extreme speed impossible
Notwithstanding this fact, Miiior Iloir
continued to show ilnproved foi-ni, and
gradually but completely overcome the
(eifcefs" of1*the -^grnViitrig "-cfimp j-igu 111
190S. This was pro*.ed at Pliocms, Ar
17.011a,  where, in spite of co'd weather.
i'ble to convince the race, track owners
dnd managers, the horse owners and the
breeders lhat their interests were urn
tunl and that instead of'each one trying
to do the other fellow they shotild all
work together aud tiy to get the money
irdin the box-oiltee instead of out of
each other, it would take but a few
-ihort years to make harnei-i raciug what
jt justly deserves to be,'the most popular sport m America and a money mak
er for all concerned.
"The baseball managers Jong ago
learned to cater to the people and to
ielj- on the box office for the money
to hrjaiice Tne gutne. , The same is true
of the theatre owners, the nickel show
vwncrs; in fact every ainutement ex
vept horse racing. Unfortunately the
aveiage secretary seems to regard the
box oihee as,"the labt place to jncrease
his receipts, Many of them sit upjiiignt-i
trying to devise some new kind of a
pdjment plan that will catch horsemen
enough that thej*. will 'make, entries cii-
ojigh to race for their own monej* trusting „ to the concessiont?, many of them
doubtful as to character for the rest,of
Ijjs expenses'and hoping that the few
people that cpine through the gate will
be left as a profit. The average horse
man on thc other hand is hoping that
his owner is dead game or that he may
hit the pool box at tho right minute
aud tLe public .who spend! their rnoi.ey
.so liberally for1, entertainment in other
lines,and who may be induced to spend
t'br a harness raco are eutireiv lost sight
of. % -   „     *
"When  it  finally  dawns  upon  thojte
coiiuectf-d with hoise racing that what
tho public wants is clean, Kbarp, quick
racing,   with   attractive    surroundings,
and  that they' arc  willing to pay  for
what they*v*apfc, horse racing will then
take its place as. one of the most popular
sports in America, ■ The thing that" most
people conne-fted with the horse raciug
game seem totally unable  to 'realize is
that  the' person   who   is   not   a   horse
craiik sees absolutely nothing to attract
ir interest them  in a  haroiess, race as
condut'tc-d today.,. The average individual knows nothing about- pedigrees,  is
not interested as to'whether ono family
of horses can go 3 heat& or^IO; does not
take an.}*' partieylar pleasure  or (enjoyment, out of a, bunch of^hobble pacers
going, ov'er the quarter pole  in'30 seconds, where they'cannot see  how fast
thej'   are   going   and   finish   down ,'the
home' 'stretcu   at' a   4-mile   gait   with
every   driver   yelling,/and',batting   his
horie like an Indian; they get sick and
tiied'aud disgusted of a long,drawn-out
race   with   the  last' heats' backing   up
from 5''to 10'seconds slower  than'the
first' heats; a dustv track, bare, brown
buildings, a motlej- assortment of cure-
takers^ half-drunk gamblers and  touts,
filling up the track, and -an illy-dressed
lot of driveis,-to t.say uothing of'a  lot
of .other personal discomforts which <do
not make-them very enthusiastic' about
coming back'the next day.    Horse races
of this kind do not pay, and it is a case'
of dog cat-dog*between-those interested.
"Theatre   or'aav   other- amusement
woull'not-last for thirty days if conduced in the'same maimer. "'Insincerely
trust 't«at .you   people  will ikeep 'ham-,,
mering fov progress.   There is certainly
plenty  of   room   for-improvement.   'In
our small, way we are trying in our cir-"
cuit.^aud  especially in  our little a»sol-
gia&n&iat Sterling, to get iu line.    AYe
'are"; offering a race this year all the waj*
through   Jllinois-Iowai circuit   for   2:30
pacers'without hobbles.    The circuit is
also af their own expense going to furnish the'drivers with appropriate suits,
also  neat  suits-  for- thc^-caretakers,  so
thai; the  casual lace goers,  and  espec-
iallj* the feminine end.of.it can have,a
favoiite in each Yaco of "for no other rea-
'squ-thaii jthiit thej* like' the/cqior'of the
jacket, the Ldiher, is weaiing.'   u .      .,",
'   "Here at home in our own association
we are trimming up our weeds, have let
a    contract,' for    whitewashing    every
building wc have on the place, which bj-
the waj* we did two j-ears ago.-We have
for vears made it a* practice to have the
track   sprinkled   in   front  of  the  grand
s*nnd and to absolutely ^keep tne track
c!e;ir  in   front   of  the  grand ,staud   of
c.i:et.ikers and everybody else.    In oth |
cr words we are. trying to interest the
more favorably situated than wc aie?
*' So keep hammering through your
paper for progiess. r*Uir»g water fin-
allj* wears a f-tonc aud results may -jorae
in time, c-'. tjn in harrieis- racing,"'
rPHE birth of a ,Iiunnese baby is at
X     lended  nith a yuod deal ol ,atter
i,c-rcijiornal , '
The first important ttei.t is the spe
ii-.il perl tu niuui-e ot a play, the child >
horoscope is cast, ami ite uanie choseu
'the Buiuiese balry's tradie is made ol
WG-, eji baniboo and lciMis, and an olu
piece oi blanket &ur-.c» au the coverlti,
the cradle' is hung from the roof hj,
wue tt-ndiild^ which in Burma are at
strong as ropes, and swings low enough
to allow childie'tt to,b«a> it and sinj;
the quaint iJu-mese iu'iabjes.       ^
, The astrploger plays an important
part in the'euily dayi of the Burmese
Iji-bjV The auspi^juiis uaiuiug day js
foxed on, and lnvilations faent to the
child's relatives". The Burniese divide
the letters of the alphabet among,tlu*
days of the week, •■() a babj* bom on
a Monday recc-Lves A name initialled,by
a letter peculiar trj ilmt d.'i}. ' _
Each day is uiukr,the j/iolecdou of
a (special auiiua). (rautauma, tue tigei,
pulrouises Muu'daj ; Tm'^day is devotee!
to ihe Hon; Wedr.esda} 'to the elwphant;
'Ihursday is sacred to the'ruts; Frida;'
to the guirica-j/ig''-,' the drngriOi pwus
Saturday, and  n suit of grillin Sunday
Ttittooti.g is the next process, aud the,
baby in decorated With stmiigc desigtit
of aaimula and charms, iind" the bubj
becomes a sort 0? illustrated picture
\,oo\t. As the bab/ grows he'takes (0
sinokinng, and it is'it funny sight to
see the wee thiugs* contentedly smoking
their cheroots.' - .
1    1. *   '
When the boj-s ,aie,old c-noitugh the\
are sent to sc-hon lat the'monasteries;
the dunces are punished by being ob
liged to carrj', the industrious-, boys ou
their backs up and do^n the schoolj'ard.^
The Burmese,believ'c that a person's
. ' . - ■"       t  . -
disposition accords with the attributes
of the day" of nis bi'Uli,, Monday chil
drou lire jealous,' /Tuesday . born are
honest, Weduesdajycliildicn are ,hast\
tempered, but; forgiving; -Thursday's
Wiiid is mild and happy in disposition',
and Siturday,( children "are ,pugnaciousi;
but. all babies, -born on a Sunday are
miserh' in after-life.'  ■• * ,    ' ,.
Xegltct uf a sunourn on face, arm
or neck often leads to the aftf-r growth
of skin whii h is freckled or coarse;
and this is .particularly distressing to
ladies. Timely application of Zain
Buk will prevent this. Zam-Buk is a
herbal balm, which soothes and cools
the burned sivin; and assists nature to
replace the damaged tissue with soft,
velvety skin. '
Zam-Buk is also good for stings,
scratches, he.it sore^, blisters on hands
or feet, aiid all skin .injuries. , Applied
to these it qiiickly stops the .smarting
.(nd t-Jjunc-s quick healr-g. As it is
free from animal fal, and mineral color
ing matter, it is particular]j* suited to
the delicate skin of babies, suffering
fioiu heat rashes, chafed places, etc.
Sold e\ erj'nhete bj liruggistB and
store-keepers. Beware of harmful imitations, and see thc name " Zam-BuK
011 the box  before  buying.
SOMETHING very like the present
day flj-ing machines was invented
as far back-as ISir-i by a Mr. Hen
sou. The principal feature was thi
great expanse of its sustaining planes'
The ina'chiue was to,advauce with it--
front edge a little raised, the effect
o£ which -would be to present its*undei
surface to' the air over which it wal
passtng. ,Mr. HeUsoii also -invented •>
steami'engine of, suipfismg lightness tl
drive itj but be ^nc.entrusted hiin'sclJ'
to this machine. Some'of the reaturei-
of his rinvention would, however, per
haps be worth digging ont of .the Patent
OiKce.     , ■ ',       '
i,jCq«a    ui   ,puw    «»Xa   jnoj.    uj    »av"l)*t
ox '308 joj «n°a pu*» 'ufBd *-ta »»in°ot
IJ1«IB ^.uboocT    *».ia   i|B»Ai   «uatjv»n»j),J
*>»Xt3'»^og  «9A«lt»H Xpsuioy  »Xa   •avraj-
»»x n"x iii-tdt  m"i*a ,ji»»x
~VTOW   that   negotiations  are'ui   pro-
J-yl   ' giess  for   the' establishment    by
leading     firms    of   an    elaborate  -
plant in Canada, it is opportune to point ,
uufc lhat-tho Domini1.11 Government now
posticss'". at Sorfcl, on the River St. Lawrence,  lurty  miles below  Montreal,  an'
extensive     dockyard     covering     many'1
acres,  at  whiih   nearly  1,000   workmen
•are employed, ami where a large  iium-
ber of steain-diips, dredgers, anil  other'
craft usod 111 the service of the Canadian   Dppnrtnipj.it   of  Marine,   are   constructed.     Frior tn  his  recent  appoint-
mei-t as Deputy MiniMcr of Marine under the'Hon. h.  P. Brojleur, Mr. Q.,3.
Desljarats acted for soin" j-ears as super-
intaiHleut of this dockyard. 'The latest
.large  vessel  buiji  there was the  steel
s.s,   M^ontmagnv.    He*1'Jength   over  all ,
ts 222 feet, with H4 ft. S in. beam,  15
ft.   draught,   and   2,0(3-1   tonsj   displaco-
ment'.   She is buiit'for, a speed of'eleven
knots'and a half per hour, but ,on her
trial trip ^she developed a  mean speed
Of fourteen and a half miles an'hour.
The  Montmagnj*  has  three  decks,  and
all the,steel scantlings aro up to Lloyd's
highest   class.       Thus   thc   Sorel   shipbuilding yarrtj which over a century ago
turned out the first'steamship ever built
oil the continent of America, has now
put  the'finishing   touches  to  the   first''
steel  ocean-going  ste'amship  ever  built- ■
in Canada., It wasdn 1809 that the Accommodation was built tiiere; .now the ■
Morit*nagn£, nn-up-to-date steamer built 1
for the  light service below Quebec,  is(J
readj* for work. - 1,    •■•
Awaj*  down'on   the  Beaujeu'Banks,
over thirty miles east of Quebec, on theif
St.  LaVf'rence,  the Beaujeu, which' was
also'  built   in   the   Sorel   shipj-ards,   is
working  day  and  night,  drawing ,loadr
after load  of clay 'and sand from  the'  '
St.   Lawrence  ship 1 channel,   which   al-'
ready   enables "vessels , drawing   nearly
30 f eot of water"to* come up to Montreal,
a distance of over 300 miles, from Father
Point and Rimouski, where ocean-going
steamships 'discharge   or   receive   their
pilots.        „"
/ ' - ' .
Through indiscretion in eating green
fruit iijft summer many children become
subject   to   cholera   morbus   caused lby
irritating-acids ' that   act   violently   on
the lining of the intestines.    Pains andi%
dangerous 'purgings' ensue and 'tko dell-
chte  sj'1-.teni'of the child suffer* .under
the drain." In'such cases the safest md   '
surest medicine is Dr., J. D. Kello(t*r,'s''
Dj'senteTy   Cordial.     It  will  check   the
inflammation and save the child's life.
• .'   t       <: 1 1 •'
Sackett Plaster Board
The Empire Brands of  Wall Plaster
he tied the world's unpaced mile record   people     We  adopted  the  same  course
of 1.09 l-'l.    1 I lns-'t year  arid   while  we  unfortunately
A large majority of the tit-tors caught
the timo of the mile at l.">!' ibt. 'ihe
ollicial timers, however, thought, di'lier-
entry, and 1.39 7-S stands as his record,
and lie shares the honor of Lh.- ..aii.
with .To^s. Patchen aud Audubon Doy.
'Iheie are a. number ut Tiaineis whose
judgment is 'verj* In.'ily coiinidered
throughout the horse world who hchew
.i,.-e"i^ o'i" ) °)'se now in training that
has a chance to lowei Dan Patch.'.-5 ree
Lharlie, Dean, who developed Mnuu
Heir, is more enthusiastic than ever
about the hor e's prospects. In reply to
question*. Mr. Dea-i Elites: "1 think
some of Dan Parch's records will | lie,
lowered a? coon a« -Minpr'Hoii gets iuto'
condition.     '       ■ -
had a soaking raiii.fwo days, we had the
best prospects that we have eier had
in our historj- aud barring rain this year
I believe that with good weather we will
Lo able to inteiestt the people. And if
we aie successful in our small waj what
could not be done bv other associatioiis
WOODEX-.pipes for the conr«ytiiici
of  water are;in  use  toilay  uoi
onlv on thc Pacific slope of tin
United States, but in  r.ngland us  well
These pipes in America, some oC wbicb
are many feet in diameter, are made 01
Califorr.ian redwood and are construct
od-with staves and hoops like an ordin
aiv banel. Where sharp turn** are ueces
sarv au elbow joint uf cast iron or ot
steel in thc case of the larger pipes e-
inLrodueed. These pipes sorvo man*,
important industries and one of thei*
most valued featiues 1- that tliey can
be transported pieee-ui-1! aud put to
gether when they lou-h their (IcMiiin
lion. The wood is of very light-weight
and is exceedinglj* di...>blc.
It is by no means rui uncommon sight
in the city of London, when a street  1-
"np."   to" see   lvinu  aliing  the curb   :■
few lengths of wooden watei pmei th-it
have been iiiu-nrthed b\  the e\c ivators
These nii» simply Im  '- "f t'i'es gi'iiei
.ilh about nine iniln-       estoi-'il dii'ii
eter.    One end of nni tiunk is Imllow
ed   out,   while   the   (ither   is   pointed,   s(
that they can be titled into one anothei
111   a   continuous   length      These   pipe'
date  back  to  the  s, \euteentli  ee-jitwj
when a i\ater s.ipph   1  is fiist brought
to   the   British   -nt'ire,  'lis   from   Bert
A Pill for All Seasons—Winter iuui
sununer, in anj* lat'tude. whether1 11
torrid zone or.Aictie temperature, Par'
melee's Vegetable Pills can be'depend
ed upon to do theiywork. The ilyspep
lie will find tnein a friend alwaj-s a>ir;
should carrj- them with him every when
Thej* are made to withstand any eh
mate and arc warranted to 'keep then
freshness and sticngth ,They do not
grow stale, a quality- not possessed 11'
nuitij* pills npw on the market.
The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited
VOL. 1
No. 40
The Oil of the' People—Many oil*
have come and gone, but Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil continues to maintain its
position and increase iU sphere of .usefulness each"vear. Its sterling qualities
have brought it to the front and kept
it there, and it can truly be called the
oil of the people. Thousands have benefited by it and would use no otherpre-
paratiou. .. . 1!'
VfT WILLIAMS, 'nisideiit of the
iVi Woodlawn r.iri". ' u , of Stt'ilini:.
111., and also pre-uU-n'. cf tlie fan
association there for th. last ten -oins,
.in a letter 1p 'Ihe II .usem in, strikes
several good kc-ytiotes.    He saj-s;.
'■'T 11111 pleased to enclose you ■check
for $2.00 to renew my subscriptidii as'..I
certainly feel ■tua-t your' |.niper is trorthy
of support.' - Your'attitude at all times
'seems'to make for progress and certain-
lv' deserves siijipnrt. ol' .all those who
life 'interested Aiir the .adviiiiceiuent, of
the. harness horse.  .     ..
" As "president of our fair nssocin tion
for the last teti ycara. a', breeder' in a
small way; nnd..occasionally racing one,
1 imve imtunilh- had more .or less opportunity to see the game,from all, its
different  angles..'   And   if   it   were   pos-.,
Km*. WM-Jk, fre«rr, W»t«»T Byv-k.
ftalUvoO  By  Uuttni  Sir*  R«m»dy.     Try
Murine   For   Tour • Er*   Troublo*.      To^
Will   Like   Murine.     It   Soothei.  , IOC;   XI
l'our DructiBU.      Write  For Ey*_BootL*
Pre*.    Vurfne' By- Remedy GoJ Tvrvzu
SIH WILFRID: Tho gentleman at the hack of the hall has asked me about
the taiill\ I shall be veij pleased to aiisuei the geulIonian'•> query. 1 notice
that my friend in the back of the hall is smoking a cigar. That, as we all
I,row. is an evidence of piosperitj. Such litis been the iiiar\ eitnts piog.ess of
this great and glonous nest, since nij* gtnci nuient eai-io into power, that any
men maj*, at will, sniuke cigars, instead ol the home giown pipe tobacco, the
fi.igriiiii'e  of which  lingers 111  mj*  boj'hood '1 moinorj*
The gentleman at th" back of tbe hall is even moie thin oulinarilj- blessed,
for I peiceive that the cigai he is smoking is a UUCK-EVK. It is one of those
extraordinary dispensations of l'ro*. ldonce that jou, mj- fellow I'aiiadiiins in this
^ieat and gloiious ceiii'trj-, are enabled to enjoy the privilege of obtaining the
BUCK LYE at the ordmaiy puce. And it I needed piouf of the disccriimeut of
inv- able fiiend at the back of the hall, if 1 needed an illustration of his ability
to pick out the salient points of any. subject under discussion, if I were to nsi*
. for the reason.'why., he has become ^-,0 prosperous, so independent, so far-sighted,,
do clear of.vision-—I'should ppiut to his choice of the BUCK-EYE.;. Such keenness
of  perceptipnj such, admirable judgment, warrant  me-.in-.the expression  of the
.belief-.that., so" long as mj: government,'shnllbe in  power, so long as I shall be.
spared to 'direct the. destinj' of this glorious young, nation, so long as the sturdj-j.'
pioneers of these vast Western provinces display such 'splendid qualities, of judg-  '.'    •'.  .
iiieiit as lire evinced.by riiy friend in the back.iof.the ball..I look forward to the ,,■'
time   when .the   teeming   population   of   these  illimitable! prairies   shall be as  '
. prosperous, as happy, as independent and aa fortunate, as my favored friend in
1      the ba.ckof the hall—when, under the guidnhco of Providence and the stimula-
.. j!      tion   of  riiy  gbvcriiinent,  everj-  man, ■wqnian,  and  child   throughout  these  vast
■ icgions will be iii.a position, if-they so1 wish, to choose'the'BUCK-EYE. for thoir;
after-dinner .cigar. .'.   ■ ' y     ; , ,'      .
P.S.--Not only Sir Wilfrid, but every visitor to the West cannot
taut notice the  remarkable popularity of the  BUCK-EYE,
the best ten-cent cigar on sale to-day.
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nis THE   LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  Provincial Election* m  Cranbrook Electoral District  *..  NAMK.  TIaAOU.  WtK NO-WOK t**t I k*r. rawj-arf afe'a^Pka* j. ' ntii^ *,  Mm re-teottoa oi afct tvilowmf afemea am Mm ( B����*��l��r ��t Yatarw  Imr -aire Griuab ra��a B��w��tor*i Bmtrin a* ��ba grauntfi tut atateal  Mew  A*iJ��  tako     �����*>�����   torn,   *< a  Ctirt   ���<   atonaioa ;ia   fca  k��M  on  *������ 7** ��***��� ���' -Nomrtii* 1��10 nt Uk 0o��-l I1��um >n Crajobroek  at *a�� u'clu��t m tk�� forraom, 1 ao.a'1 ' kaar aad dcternuta the  "���"t objections, sad uiileaa . muek saaad pareoaa,' ar soma e-tker  JVaviaual ro*ler va theu ba*aH< aattliaa jaa tkal auitk ���bjactiosa  HJ-a *ol ������ toUBdvri, I akall mrUta ��u��k iabii a> tk�� nucl  Hej-i��iler.  ,   ' J      F     ARMK'l KONG,  ' r JWjriatrai    #/"  \ utsrs.  ��utad -Hun   10t*   liay   el   Oolofear,   191*.  ( '  Tha   lollowiag  pirnvai   ar*   r��j>orM   a*m��t  tiia   vke  .District.  No.  NAMK.  fLAOt,  i,y  V  I*,  iii,       t >��� i  ��"    "r- Si"i.  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'    261    liurton,   Willimn   Iltnrj    .  ' 292    Campbell,, .J,auii.s   It  295    Campbell     Kenneth  299    Cantield,   Uunrun ..        '  313    Cuirufheis,'    l'elcr'' .   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Cianbrook  1��1JI    Maodosald,    Win.    Whita    J. ....,..���   Cra��bruck  HH    Uciloniiel,      JuJUJea    * __      i'0rt   btvale  laaa    Mchlaobe����,   JuJaa  Arciibald    i-it .       ituryaviila  1��27    McKaoharu,    ,Jol��   Charlaa   ...." '..   Cranbruok  '134.-!    McOillivtay,      Aonald   Da��s> ., ....'.,'.   MaryaviUa  1>44    McUinoia,   Earl ..'.., ;  Marysvilla  IV**-    Mclutoab,   Uuuial            /    Uaryanlle  ISttS   McKea^ir,   Jobs.   Caatlar  ..      ,     Cranbrook  1373 Mcken/ia,   William   '          Crunbrook  1374 Mck."illop,   Donald   Alex ' ." "      Ciaufcrook  1397   kcUm,   Samuel       <    Fort     Steala  1421    Mc.Nail,   J.iuj��h   Aleaaudei      Oriurtirook  1440   McVittie,    flaro     Hiuuilloa     \ '  ',   Cranbrook  1458    Mallei,   David            '      Cranbrook  1402    Norton,      Chai lva '             Muryawlle  1407    Oliier,   Noble      We!liu|-loB   -      ... i -.,.,        Cranbrook  1471 OndarUrk '   VVjlliam   Henry        ;    _ Cranbrook  1472 Crudrouneau,   Kuiila      Jokeph   ., J.    .   Cranbrook  i  1476    Oyenoa  , Odio   .      .     .'. , ",..,".'.    '   CUiubrook T  1476    Ov.raop,      Odan ..,..., ,   ,  .    RyUa  148S    O'.Neti,   Cbarlea   Allau    ." j��oyie  14S(J    0'HoL-au,   'Ihomj*   Alexunde        Ciaubrook  1507 FatuQoie,     llicburd   William     \  ...      . Cranbrook  ,.   1514    Fatton,   John     Phillip   ��.,.,..,   Cranbrook  1518 ,lJ��aclmy,    Art.hui     *..,... .       Moyie  15CC i l-��itfb,     Beo^imin  ',..*,  ..A ,   cranbrook  1508 yuaiustroiu,   Cbarlea   *.    ..,.. v .1. -      iiurj8v,Uo     '  1625    Kobinao'u.   George     Fred'     .   !     , ' "Movie  1627    K(jbumon,   Jainen   Weudover      .  .^ '."..,,..      t    Cianbrook*  162S    llobbon,      Robert   .        ..   .    i  ���.'    ..A.A         Cranbrook    '  10'J9    Kocheleau,      Oneutwe   A.       fmnbrouk  104l' itooendtvlil,   F��ter'. .  *(i-lp jMUiieiley  1070    S^lnuiu,   Hu-gh      Cuineroa    C '..    .   ..        -.-.      ,    Cranbrook  '10B2    -m ljuiok,   William        , '   . .,..,.       ,  .,<"    Cranbrook  ,.   1680    Shannon,   CitoJge      , ...'..      Fort   Steele    *  1699 , Slieai on,  vMicliuel   John    .     . ...'....'.      Cianbrook  1702    Sheppard,     George .    , .'. .    .*,.   ." .   '     'Cranorook  1704    Sherwood    1'hlford  Harris   ' ..    .      . <t     ". ���/ ,." Craubiook      -  1711    Simpson,   Frederick  JS            -   1    ..t  Oran'irook  1720    Slate. ^    Albert.      _    ,   '     .      <   .' </     , .Cianbrook    T  1755-   Snaitlj.   John     .   . '    '"..-.'..���  " 'MnrysMlla  1760    Sowerby,     I^eioy' . .".  ��� Cranbrook''(-  1773    Spragfjs,   John-      ^  A.     ..  \.  .<"    Craubrook   'i  '1781    Staples,   James,   Haiidolph ,        .... ".,.'���.      Cranbrook  1785    Stapletoo,  JCdwin   Wlilter ' .. Marysville,  <1787    Steele,     Jamefa   AiiluUild '     .1 -.,.!>..   f.      Craiibrook V'  1794    Ste\tfnsori,   George \  Cranbrook  1837    Swum/Frederiik    William   ,    . .     <K    . . ...        Cranbrook  1865 ,'riiomasx. Jobu   Moirib "   . ;j Cranbrook        '  1S78, Tibbetts,  ^.eor-je   Henij    ���      . ,     ...        .' Maryaville      '  1898   'I oolc    Kdwnrd   Thomas        v.     .      .   ,... \ .   ( Cranbrook  1897    Trueux,   Johu    Vanlj   ... .... ..   ..     Cionbiook *  1900    'I-urle.v,      Thomas      ' .   .'    . . .      Cranbiook  1933    Welch.     Walter   . ... .-    . , Cranbrook'  1944    Washburn,   Bayaixi     lloadlej    .        . .' Moyie  1902    Webster.    Kichard   Albeit      . ' ...  ,    K'jraberley  ,1979    W7ute,   Francis   Gllmour       ..       , ,'      ..        .    '      .     Cranbrook*.  2003    Wlllsun.   Gordon   Douglas         . .        .,   ' .       Cranbrook   "  20,04   Willson, (IrMiij-   Hennrd   C. , ..   f       '..  .    Cranbrook  2012    Wilfcon,   George  Arthur  , . '  t       Marjsvulle  2025 Wishart,   James    Allred .       ��� .'      Cranbrook   '  2026 'Wisliuit,     Robert ' .    .  .       .  ";.      Cranbrook  2029    Woodland,    Beitj-aia .     .- ...     '       Cranbrook,  ���kjrvtioa   la  warfe   (���   tka  l����ar��lo��   M   tka  j*ollawi��i  aamaa*.  aa  tka   A��s-i>*l��r ef   Vatara  oa tfca   gra\koi' taiat tkajr are   aat quaJi*l��d.  Na   mt  Ayylicalioa  NA1  FIaAOM  sas��  i-iim  J23*  S28��  3239  , 3240  2*>*1  32^8  334*  'H24��  TJtO  A-ateiaa,       Jaiae    ..  Cyr,    MaMtxui ,.,  (*{Otu, 'J*kaoDM .  JSoule, Anavlua . . ,  Jcbln��f Hickara  La<oud, Fkilipp* ..  *L,andry, JCljaa  Monu, Fraaik  McCorinick, Jiiehari*  P��*,ierao��, Willi  FroUhouiuje, J*taou*  ftlxvi**,   Hvan   .    .. .  <r*abrook  Cranbrook  Oraobrook  Cruobrook  Crhubrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbaook  Cranbrook  Ciuubrook  ORANBB00KLAND   ^^  Sirtrtet.  ofJB��rtKO0Utii)  TAK.N0TI0H that DaTi4  Bkaaahaa ot Spiiigue,' iVaeh 0  patio, student, intendto ml "*  pernuamon to piu-chuso the fni,, ' *  desenbed lands. , Oonane^ J"0*"*  post'plan-ted at tho a. w ������ " s  lA)t 6117. thence west 40 rt�� 0<  thence north 4�� chain., ti-eac* Zf  48 phaiM. thenc, 80uth 40 chm-fj  point oi  commemement.  '-Tne  Following  lJersons   aie Jtejioitcd   Dcci ascd  319    Cartel,   Gaoige" JSdwnrd  S76    Hudgeon',   Thomas   C.  1192   Monroe;,   Geoige      S} nclai  v, Cranbrook " '  . . Moyie - ^  .Cranbrook ��    "^  The  followinif  peisons  are  repotted   as  not ^qualified   when  placed   on   Ibe list  "IB    Bachand,   JJieire   .,\  1JVB    Bc-auchump,    rholuas  1_JB    Beckett,     Ocoige   Alb'c-it    .,  244        Buich,   Jiaac   1-cwis  300B    Cunning,   Jlar^ey  330B    Chaibot,    Cliailes  J44B    ChaietLe,  Ale\uudci . ,  40 IB    Davis,    Hallcv    J ,  ���173B    Bvlauey,    J'alnck  481B    Dery,     Johu  4cs3A    Dc-hjardins,      Cypileu *  48JB    IJesjaiiluis,     Matiuas  484B    !��.-��. Obitiu,    ^uue  500B    Diikkon,     Uavid  502B    Duaikb,    Hhiiv     \lbert  534 B    Duckunng,    William   llobei t  536 B    Duncau,      Aveiy    J  510B    Dupuik,   tj*i��d .  036B    Jrosuai-il,      Fieri e  OOlB    Pytn     Jami-S  ��SS4B    C.Bndieau,    kluMcie  7001*1    Ciuet,     Fiene  710B    Gnoux,    Jean  737B    Gluaalng,    August  75SB    Gneiaoa,    John    Alav *  i72B    Howe,      Johu    .  883B    Huotle,   Joseph  5151     ' Kt*a��L,      Georg��  905B    h-euip,    Uarr>    K    J.  S77B    Keogh,    Calmar  1004 B    Ivacbauce,      Geoige  1004C    Lncbaoae,      Olivier  1000B    IyaflUiu,   Fred.  1O0MB    Lalri-uic-i-e,     DuvkI .   ..  1012B    Laliberte, X��uis    .  1019B    JvangeviD,  George  102MB    Laleuclresse,  Arbeuv  1031B    l^avallee,    JaoieN   I>eoaand  105<IBl.eiua\,   Osoar  1040U    L*vem*\ie,      Orilla  1085B    Long,   l'rnucia   Orauville  117911     Milln,    Joseph    bXtwiiid  12H5A    Uoretou,    Cban leu    Uuhart  1205B    Uoietou.    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tin dire nh,l|»ml?ngO, M-iutica. ,4«,*urj.l.-rKt
:Vitii /lu'uiiintiMM   'here  is  no  liniment
''iiiii'metlltirtf'f*  p-uii-roliflvifif- poury
'JNynl!ir,..    «   n '   y        -   *       '   *■
i    lii-f IV- -Uiv1 4'^tllu'<v      •""" ,tw' f^^bj
y,l, -u"i *r "it i}Urrto«ler*>f.ti*r The (_kh
-titflio*'on<>.-.Q«?A-J-^.P-fig.V0?.>-'0l-V   ,*    '    '
f -"""M nn i-in i   j,    i    i ■ .   i    . i  i    I   i fj    i   i i   '   1     *■  T r
TJ   ,     „,     l'\ '' »",llj<"« f,"«  »"''"'' flu- MH,*' applies moro
.JL     ti. ( li- inMnons ,n diess t(, Jn  ilju, ti, anvthing ,„ the
svoil.j, ,^nl <4MU.ilH''till.. i> lh,. „1| , ,^„ , ,lut /"
,1*. kepi j„r sen. j,-,rs if w,|] ,,„,,„ jj,. 1U ,u|,      Upt u wM
I"'   ..   111,11c   ,u.d   5i,itit'iW   huiiim,   «lio   will '«,.jt   tin-   m-vi-ii
*>'"• '.""'  */"""  "'M'   1!l" V""'  H"«n   widi.iut  .-(.,iic'nijirUf..l
«   era ,o„   1 „-,,,.to     Tl„-  ^.u'r .fojul,,,-  W  (h.siK,(   0j     ,„.
FtLTw*I"Mt,S f<"" U,<*  VW",,,r  s1'""1  '"^"'"^ u«o  not like
tho-.,' of m. Jonj. aK(. ,., W.WM, }(Mrs „„„,, bnt t1](  , ,,.U(1
iJOints i„ i-oniiiioti  „,ll. Djohc ot  tl,,,-,- „,  ;r„tr Sp.isoih past.
' I Ik ta-.outo,sjliu„ llsl llw,iyi u, t)if. lU()flu.t|1i ,,,; ^
%,iu«- st\],- sis ,| ls ,j,i,iai,.,i ,o 1H.C ls litpiIpniu MKinli., 1,U(
U J» aJitiulicil  vi iij pi lmt^ not   ,,H,1,   atunup,!.   , j* ,sliK>tjy-oln.
/■jsbioil-) tlul haii' imnsMlr-^ -*ti ioi-^ Jnd fi/i  t'lil ii-
lie. fJine w-jithv oi  lmitntiijii.
l-OII   ijmv
MIDDIjE names    - '     -,
rti)li(.i;   w.hm^*h, ' Iiur-1 ^«s -- it   in" to
'■WdiiWm   fhis  generutWi^, •b-'ch*
' i.iiiio illupil.t T!i<j old 1in(*;lis.k law,
faA.fcvy'u-tlmte- as to tlu\ 1n';un;ng' of
chililrfm"  imi;' ac-tordlng 'tq> (Jokoj rj,'a
mt(iW,i5n''»<"  fittv--j t<vdiyiutrir-(%of' py.p
i,rtlfi|i " "U is r^ijn^Hito,^ tki^liiH  -jo<$ r.ai>i
uu, ' lii,.l tin' [Jiudij-hifr, be  'lauMJil, ,l».v   a'.[
tif Minn of  S>iHr1Ul>t!w1iJ!ili»-J jliib'surt-fl   i.
a^ii", tud ik.it Miii't'iul !iot«d be l''M>u tej -'
Slid n,um< of Irtpt^.-t'  '       r< A  \rA
Ifd.i. k I" i -iOii;if<i-s"' h&\ <-   nlw iiys< bi-cn
L ,(.|iw"il<yt» li.-iV?; uioi-.' "tuai ono ^ivi-n
lUiiio, bill   as  k>ti*-*{i*(, lUOo   <i   isyaiil
■',tlt;iiy\uic ofilj i'our {sersi&rt^ in nil Uu*;
r'i'iil win, lyid -Wti Iflv'Cn Jiat*.i<-,s.^ liijUynj
Ur MrfMlouPi 'uaile-K/pr' AnVfK-aV :iud
tffffc wc mil ,i' iiia'n or Wumait uji^iti it
' life, Si".r i uiiiJdli' JiumtvV „    "',,   "A\ '
' ^m-ii i tU-jjiuif *mU it halt ago diiuhio
si/i"-' v i !•* \t,'i,v, >i!'.i'oii'Juo-ii.   'j^lic/j''}njj-
, iisllii-ul to 'd^jdffe- tlie Jinv ut fiiiiL-<< )>y
rnil,i:*uuu'-*Y iVimpoiiwiijif; 'ji.isni^s.    TluiV.
J«|ii j)H jilij^i njjjiptef* id l-inq-kiwil'tlK'n*
w,fi -'I'' i i'WMjUy- Kisn stu-ll (.'Oi'itbiiiatiuiite
*jii 1- iiuwi'il/iliu,  whioli, 'j^Fiijmy, fiWl
l^til Ivit't-d to^etltei-v add AunanmrtAtr^
I''. ..i. „j, .,,   vauuijiiiid ^r,'ii'-(iy Marjui i*^
' nil.
I'Ur ut il'ii  o«ri)ii»*t", wiildlif, mimes  oi*
I»»«H-il fin  h«*i*±t'it ^Rfc-g-han  in honor
lj&{ ili/V,rifiJi^M.Si*j!'-»''^s.muili Jia thi'y .
J^-JsfwU lw(,'irniii!**»   iijktaK m'bi J.1)c   ftijjli-
[, ■;i'»'cl.c,<irii'iiry/*pjipeijt^»-«ide!l tlti4*"oin-
I,  JU!( ■ ll«. "* "*    I ,
I1 , Bat evei{. n\ Ude aV a ht-ndrciL yctir^
,.fi|o tu-.tum    \\-t\t-   iii;<iiti>t ^lif;    inidJ[lj<J
a^ltm.  Tf,f!f!*fju'ini-^-->%tk-* -,ignrfK"of
'tl« U Ui-atioii,   ->f4 lnd«])i>otleu^c  >lni
,-W''i?(,i'i'r It'wi ,i Iw) fomiT'l flint only
" fbreciv/ rnuin ^liadijuiilflle-'naiiies.    Tlit-
!^j**Si>tfi*i t'rp^idcnts'c-f tliejlniti-i'l ftdotn-s
ft'li-idoilv',.!!^ iialnts^i-'iu'l)—tjPorae Wjifcli^
\ t»':v<% .liibiiJAdiltitVTJi'omns .h'tTprsimj
ZJ?"><* Wi-lt'-ii-.Xtjiie'. ^lOttH^ '"Befori-
|jrt;|itk^fu.tjii3ji.iu-,jjiiin- Wyjc,
Ulacli   is   to   l.v   iasluoiiable   tins   -.ca-oii    .ind   the   sitijjj
finihh  bl.uh  clot lis aro Viiw,i\S) ctli'i-lhc; all bl n-1., innl, ouh I
tilt* rt'lul ot iiijor iu tJ^ic waistcoat, -^hii-li i~ not alwai^  »t'ji,ii
at.-,  but  is |i;ut nr  the- colt itsulr.    AIouc  is   i  lav-uriti-  ma
tcii.-il   for  thy   M.Mi-tcd.it,   nliili-^.lapajio.si   r.i"iliroi(|i>i\.   dotli1
and ol4 bioiadc arc also ti-i d.    Tlii'iff' an   some  tints madc
vvitli ifllliis ol i uJor-"i \d\<-t or \<lllll1^l*^l•Is tad ,| ;\,t), , ,ji.ir
'Jills   idsllK/ll   IS   srjljll'1 IIU( s   IjPi, OlllUlf*-  aiid   I'ffl ( tu I'. _jl(lt    it   is
I ,i}it  in  be ln<» [j-Jiular. -ind  tlii-rt» arc ho ton   ■ ol'ii«,t4i it Voy
ifomi    tr,i8t  well, I'ipii  willi  Ij1;kK     'I'll.' bright dn'K  Iji^ t|,,it Ji,|v,
been en |iojjul.ir all siidiumt u-Vpears again in tlit-si- triiij;iiiii^sJ
aud'ih i ir tn-ttt'f tliau nutliinff else hi so i.n   is being .u>\.,>r \
ally l|(,, (iijiiiij-, but  .in t'liiciiild' #u*en is neui i„    \\ lii:,<   ,-loth ,
is   alwj   iijdiideil   as   anions;   thi*   possibility ^    rln'   jirtticjjjHl !  '
ob,|(J( tiob - bi'injj  tli'it   |jl,i'k   ,ifjd  wlijlt*  k.i'i   bi-c-n   so   ti-iiidi,
wmiriiJI sgujnKij that iiie ias,|iion it- fip lon/»r new.    A'most j
sinkiii■{ citeif  is grained lj_\   Idai-k   ii-Ifv»f  i''il(.u'   ind  ii'icn.
uitlt an odj;r ot «lutc t.stn'i riUbwi.    Till*-  wliiti- against tliH; c
j black of  tin- (loth ot tlio, costume and/tke bl,.i k \ eh Ot collii- '
is \er> siii,irt"-iiu-: tiled the guisn is- nbsoluli-iv \v.y, um] Jresli
T6 atienif-l it on ,i, i-oa^ in The least,shabb,-. wfluld*result ;u n
must liismal I'ailojtj. t , ' i 'f
After .ill,  wlu'if ijjjii'pl.iinis aie ii-ade oi   tl,e  hi^li tfnirt^.
Jisked  tor th«> sfo«ys~r t*wl:iy  t*rfe )iiynuii>e atiiuunt/ ot tjrn-;
♦ ,
Does not contain Alum
♦♦^^^♦♦♦♦♦♦^^♦♦♦^♦♦♦^^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦^-♦^♦^^^ ♦♦♦»•»♦♦»
It   Hap   Many   Qualities.—'1 In-   ni in
wm. poiseiMps ;i  bottle ot  hi. Thoj)i,is"
Ki-lt(,tiic   Oil    is   aimed   ^ymnst   ni.iiij
■ lis      It   n-jll   • nre a  ' nu^ii,  fir. tk   uii' a
ind  tfliduslit  us  well  af-  Itl.oi"  ei,|j<.*mf<*<I<?o/,i  fluid  st/o'uld   bit  -.old, j.ievynt bore throat. ir ni*J'* educe
hiketi  into (-(jusjilerafloii   i  VJ1 ^the  jiafty  d.-taijs thfu  iiipaii.thi    stiellnif.   tioui   u   isiiiain,   run-   the
*c> iimch, and vluch n^ike (<r.i|la;- -the su< i (.-£. ut  the (ostiime,; must  peisistent  fion-s sind -\sili -ijjeedih
aie not  inr.hed  in  One d,n      OfteiJ si  modi J tint  his been ,,heJ| 'i iitjf'aiid !<-i<iit,iis*pii»,.    It  is n nicdi'
thought   to   possess   .--.i-rythiujj;   to   iil&ki*   it   Jionular   will 'bey in<  ''(ltrnt in   iti-elt, :iml  i.jn be gut   tyr
touiid   to  J.uk   .-Vi/i-Nlliinsf   es^eutial   to "ils   sm cf ss   .simply [ a   (pnirter of" ,t  ili.ll--rj '
bi'cause the eOloisidf, niit uurk w^ll logijtin i nr the lines arej.^ !—b	
b,nl, ind the whuh' iiov.ii li.tj.fo be reeonslimted b.-fon it .'an
be exhibited , '        , <
Uecei'tjriet-t %'U)-- li v- i in bi  jiiit beton*°Tiie public, bet ore it.
'an be" decided  lust, ljfjw t^ie nf-e-i-isaiy »i|o>litieatiof»s nib bi-
made, and theire'.ire alwajs women ^yhc< look Veil dress,«d i:\
', i iHispM uona and «,ei,«iut''iie jjowus and who"-i- v pni as t^fash
' ion*- is oi  iinTch'iil'uii     ,hist .it presout tht,? designer in made
,      ,f„,THE  AVIATOK'S WIPE
T 'Llkfi to -,et- liuit 'ttv, usiiaih,'*
nutted ilr-i Ma is, the Himjau   u Iio
K\.i|c!it-r  her Imtband  |,iJt« ins  hie
in his haijus .-vejy  time he ^ues up in
i,u- ^-tejuplaTii-. , ''ft s  betU'i,-fnf" ,Ui.*ii
•liap*<rv ii- f he knov, ledije tlmt-'a inore san«. pj'tnt uf v'tiHv is tl<)fttateliijt'r  .^ koi se   i,u.-.   ('l'ut.  do  j^oil
j),rt'\,-ul and  that  the U>p c'citntiii- iifidj-i-on^pietmuJ  tjis|riwlls j j-ti.uw   1 !tn\'e Uu- lmitiiest jee)irii<" JlVyut,
line not at silt po-luktr,      '/,'** i- ' --emuf- a  (.lane  broUen.    I  nave  watelj-
i    '  Tin1   street   ('(isUiiiie-   ior  autumn   are   much' moie  s-itis fi'd   tlilee   machines 'jiuaili, y .aid   eveiry
} factory than  u^al—the tod long3 coat Uf Ust yi^ar having; i l-nie it seeuied as t]it)(j^li soiiie beautUwl
'"bpon pui(td one suit-, the skniti javkut, apt ton sjfort, jn„* tlie't'.i^-le vk it't_bln>t„to 'tile  In-liit ailo"  liri^u^
j" attraetive afiort i hi (•(!'((ii j.rterU{'ri};th 1'oa.t hein-f most'popular,'P7''(t  *(l  t'JlTnnTreles-.     The  (-imp  hty\
j,whiie tluiie   inuffijougUViuatiiiji-i Ui'ilot.ul t"' pn-vetn -i»er> j W*-' }0|i /ca7V- !>«' k  ad   flcrupJ.tiii   up,oil'
j (iiif looK'uifj as thoiigli' fjowvcirexu'tlj- tin' NltiH\    The sljoit j a  isIk^S-I  :ind   tl_\   siitli   it   \\ijt  nt»>^  dav.
fsKnt. whillt bhoit euouiih to ele.'ir lk^ "iound aaid. the .saute* hut; nj»lt'—J don't like U. li-'j,-,-. Vvf,n   iu
f l(!ij<*tli aili aroliini," t* jii.isi  in-utu-a) a«d  is iniite ''lUtineiJVet "I"^^' -sm.iHheib ,  i      ,'
I a!  , .  ,       , i A a     . *.'. .i. »   a 11 .. f        r a i      i. -    a i... a   . >      .     ..       ' ,   .,,       ...
(.Ill   (  IM|V    lllOMl' M,ll(   1    tbeit
it-   lii.tdileil   witli  -woiuir, .ind
DO  Umi    fiiv applyitiH 1lu-   best
U oi m
(   "   Woiueil v,liii attain tlm p(/sifjuufs ale I       A'uthe
tisiiiillj    ut    a    ipu-st tnnabie    ijje     iivbeu j i'ln|,)leii
1hev   h,ut    luiirotteti   liien   buthdav,s    1 j thei,   J,,-.
know    i   L-iri   who'tint  luii^ sun e" 1/ist i ,if>   lei.udies
her piisitiou   loi  usin-j the awfulh   d^s i Bxti rnli wtm
lespeirftil  fenu  'ul,d   1-aiJ., ' in   leterriiiKj       '    {
to   lm    empliJV'i '     This   ail nnportSiiir   "~ —	
JOimihk  JeeUi-s   and'   OMihiMrd   the   ie  | y„ars      ,,,„„  ne« ' stra',,k-e iorces', .unc*.
V 1.
,     ,, , , ,i yr-trs      i hen neu
iria-lv    licianse oi  tius, i\lm was deem  I the, giotnid   tell   in
ii-i  ai-  uapaidoiiaLdt (OlleiK e   th*-* I the sj, K i„r, «r u''is''
ed l..\
the  seas  rose,, and
iftuitBd     Piom the
,.,    Al ..     I.   , ... 1 J I       A I I . I     '        I ' ...IS       > 1^1,  II    1^1 I I       |    I   I',,, ,, III*
Sirt   »as  miliiediately  o,c|fre,    d  upj.h U„hi1s formv,irJII u,'ow. ,,„,., ,„   „   lr        u„,
to tj.e , ,sl,,er tor Ste) pay -ad hei  post J iiml,ur  H„,ttiuiu,    ,„  ,£. >{|l)1 %<    3
tion dec! jy.il >•"-»"*      M >»■>> ha^be.nf       u   „-si    „.„,,.,   w^        K(>{] ,,„  U|ll
dlsiesputft'l     but   the ,,-jiI   meruit   ,iit< , ^„,r/,,,,,,, v,jV,e)K   As ,,„.   ,j > y
liar,,,, aid hid hei etaphyei   i.vii ji l«;l \ „„ „ ( ,.,,,,        ,,,„  hi)I1((lrs „,£ r  *   ^ 11(
I'liartly of The's.ime material as the ,skirt, iajS,should bq (lone,
, lyvto smart ^(^vissJ yau be in this, ^'ayydbtaiued, for the long
£bkirtji'lfauges untijely' tho ajipf-aranee pf the waist, making it
i look hs' fjjougl)  mSrefy, part  of u  oiie-pioef t;o\vn \  Ve\\ot,
^eheteuu  and I'Joiln are'jiue  onl.y> uiatc-i*i.'i)s -to uw" in Jilns,
fashion;V-tU!li ^f'rst-'''uid elfev mt are oiily"»iit-il\)i' tli be made
(inli u-heie. il "h iiuiif»y,ijr lias u hoo
doo "in ^omeUiuig Qnee, 'ht'toie" Bud
isOi ti led.' tp^lly to KoityVadsiM^rth m
it, (he eiij/uit- Tinsbed 'fiiy .ukf  hud  had
;. u t tinij'
to  slide -lor   lue
tlu-tUS1^ flint-.iai,'
lid   kindeii   sate   on
Hut ['ii.' ahtiid sotjie
il   it 'will „t|iut   while  JJud   is   over
•i'V—tho Jittle   ni'tnan  1\^d^t•d'' to
airflow ns areuo^iiiiniiied if i tli beltsot ethlle-. and trimmed   diiijrihies 4-Vm   . lums_v, "ii6w','rn>»u''ii   I
'        '"        '       '"""  ' '      thought them  inetrj'^ici'dy \vheti  i-Jtul
;,     ,      ,  v., -      ■■   i      „    , , ,.    , -   , ..-iMhtij inn oiie'tiii  I'apt   i-t.ilii^tii ,v It
the bands otjrmimmg -iira-M) Ta,shiomtble, but ^eyortheless
j if vtliey art^of the p*-o|ft;i( ni.ifei*ialyiild i.olor 'tlivy'l-^ill vblijl
t give the lgujv'liiio chat is^o nijeess;iry +or a stout figure     An
e-vaillfde of this metWl of doalins 'with the prejwnt iashfous
! for'the benofit dfHbc' <-tuut lig'.iie is sfiowit, ins'a new design
| v.'hi<;!ilis made oiVlJ over untbioid^retl eluifoii .-luth am
nd tm£ht
ge » pat-
.      . .        v      . -r,'«>Ml   W*lf*
f a piinee,ss In siiaiio hive1 in the, fiout.,\here the* trijat bhjadih
. 1...IA..... . I...  ...:., a    ^-.... .1..   ..j'  'Vi    . „    .1' /=• ..,    .   1.,.,-y   ,>.. ii      *n	
erpialiy uell be 'developed In li^-oeade, oi" ip.t too lfifgi- » pat-
» ^ieni.^jfuittlei; iiet'oi lace or bk-aided cliTrfon/ The ,gtiv<n iva,-
I - >s i i
fin id, ii.
"asU tfir,-e*A!oiil3?"iilfmcd'1 JJx'ei.-ufiye'r—'
M-n Omni v^A/loms, W^llium lleorv
i'1'i-nsiji, {. fij .tames Kilox'X'olk.
tt'fii>« middle^ mnncii
got   -,'dbif,'"!^!.!
Vim.   tho   fashion,   the  'htw" hnviuji
iimp[n.,|   into   disuv,  paieut1- .went   to
->wr)<    'i-ifluiini^;  ttfunei.   for tlieir  off
*■ p-i >y ■ y-yiastjca'th*   One cmtoiu whs
i<»'   nn     nitii   ui   KuKln'ml   in  eonse
'.i i-i  e)  tlmi, Uie plait of iiamtn'i thi-
tl'lr-l •.im   t,ir  the   obtitti',  i>aiti<'iil.u-lj
*-'"    'e     st-(<eeded    to     lhat    estate
'4. m^li  'ns  mot hei      Thi^  old  idea   ia
-I'll ful'n.ed   to (some   e^eut  in   this
•<<  i'»\  In   the  piotiiet "s  niiitden   name
I'"il .-i.iil tu the clues*- boil,    ft identii
fc tli, liiu  h h^ii he gruws^fi mitnliood,
'I'I   > Ij is i jiositnt; ial,u<-.' iWn.K the
i.'ir  ,|  tie-  i-ivil   War and  jiisf   after
'Jiiei'lr '> , |  fluents iiatned Ions sunjih
"fitmm     in -.'Oriuit.",! *
^u' i   fUit.}ii<Ph  liti-,0,   koweyer,   bern5
im>'u. ,.t    t|„.   p-ist   fttty   years      Tin-
1 "'"   '    ■'• hi'- lii-qotue well nigh nut
itmI   's Ue| lines the'case arise:- of a
' -h I re Mini nt   m  public-'lif e or liter.*i
'his !c„  ii,;, „|t l,ts, t'l-st name alloyeth
■ iituiit; Known  b_\   hi* inuldlc
r >mt (Cleveland, sv*hose baptfs
'\e, KtephCn   (Irnii'i   (,'lf\e
luin th^ most (oifpii-nsm-- i-N
Ihis |
iti si-nply iutpb,s'iUKisfor ..'n^but the mot-t slijiKlfi anil youtli-
fuf tigfties^und"^vcn'tUiyi iVinol attr,-K-th*<i, hence tlie chango
thrj is h>vb£ ucrt irvif ^ This^nHV^skiit !iiif> ipnti-.a'hlfcep yoke?
'fitt'in-.' to m-rfiickion.-aitiW s£l*tiisktJ,front bioailtli'cut m one
in color as it wiisj.  The fjo'vn u.is i,n shaded fapt-u-otvjiiit'S and
tlie^drani-ry color ,w,is the cl.-ep»st ii'ic in Mio costittnn. ?     s''
n.is jtmly
irijj to^teVfiict'ipii.s.-iitfV-i sti-tii^M'.frjiiit l-ioadth^cut m obfj '
j-j-'k,!* ivulj,rtl-i' y >)j!±r^ jBAiy, rl,hiO-^^i- «lL Ul't g»l>'*i,>in(l l.J,ch i a.i
there art) no, le.ss tTmii two setlttis at eat her side. The-e can be,       ,     - .    i v    ' , .
in skallow0 -Heat!, H   dy-i-c.l and  tf the  m.aerial t» not too   'A '-N 1,lll,*.ln from tllP 1 'aiulxsau i-qservrttion l*i ^ctb^rn A* i**
* -     -  Lnij .ll0ixjc      i onsm   oj^e'j   came   into  tin*' h-du^g   re=ortj< of  Squaw
'\      " -   Lake Mitlt a.cuuosity in the wiy of deer horn=tthat
fit    H,il,JttI
■Vlitil  fjiiyt  Hud  (.hansecf
ilOI'^tlif   bit;   ■'UiinsiV °irus   has;   to   the
aoi opla ue. ',»        . ,\      i '
' -'I'lli'tell yon vrlij uiy ilu^ban.] u*ill_
do w'ell in the uitenijUmi'i.il nvi<ttion'
(ontest at Belmont haik" tilth OCfober.
It, will be ( old then, perhaps down to
J'iiii' iiiij- ''by the time tliey,jge*: t<* flying
in' the covering-,' ju«tt botoie sundowii,
and hi theyalirt hourVit i\n\dn Up
alofl the tcnijicrature *>vill be mueh hiy.
er thai) on thc jjyiound. The pilots'
haod&y-.ill get so stifl that they .. can
scarceh  turn the wht-el.      ' i    '
^'Th.itS just where; ^llu^'tiias*the.pi.v
lie blu Vihty^iuter «'i»l tliQ* cold. ir<t>
stock<■ and uc\ ci seeing lo y-et chilled,
flu _you know*,, lfe. lettrifyd fnv fly, cjver
tln\""ii.ofls rii.it \\.t\at*hake-,,l\JiHika"'rn-j
in Ildiiiimtudspoit "itist" wiutei t ' 'I'he
groundb there «m> on, a bli'ti,',nnt\ J-he
tati.pl.uie^ just*, blidi; oil tlio blufl and
j out oxer thp hike -with .tiolltmg to hit*
"if   ■* ■*      - ■**
fo-w  VM.il.m.fci. she uould not l.ij.. Unen .,,„,   „|.0II,r(,     ,lU(l    JinUmg  r„A,    „     .,„
ryy"*X    '0U,^      I ,,'.>, '"'Ul    iX' "T^U"*™ ,,J* •»«'  ''/ ''"^J'- thCV mutedAt.
StWliHe  that   she vltould   Inn,.  i^inlplJ ,„,, rf,,,^,,,,,  jt„. S\..A  ,0JJ j,  wlt,, „,.,,
ft^n -< ;.-!'   r tl.at si.,   „ul ,!au.>ht..isi     T,      „„,„.r , ,K(71',r„m r,,p sf)1  1S!   .,„,
near the   bi niarh   and ii  ^.anddr.iKl.i. r j,,,[  ,^,   stP1I1    ,(M ,, ,ti,ri„,       f^end     it
1.    j...is   „l.l       It   only   ilhisii.tes   t^>'yu\iiiU - It uuiIm r < - thi   i,„«er
wll.it  petn   tlnnifs a   ituiiiaii  will >toopi|fs |}ijnt,i,s   the i
it fshe    leiches   :i   'iposition   .i)iin{.    hi'ijo)''  th't'll   (liii"Hi,
~lsA'Tu -' a    m   ,    ,,,  *   l,ts i»'"*ter to  (ilni'ipalc, to"irWiii* with
Vomen aie H'.ious of e.u h l,U,er., npplihj; !JRlil -ind to emfi Si perfume,''
Uoni.ln «il| scMoju'ltc-lfi no man ,ui at. h, ju tUe nine oi ihi- elder \hinv, .uiibcr
oiticy/or suirty IV ty- always «. man , vva, (S,t>mj ,,fh (liy;lbonS f,^.,,), J-«nd
Win) i-heerh,!!-, tKH^4  the, neiewiy'm Attempts aie  still   ufide tc, tfiveyt  the
or tfh.' tabled y4taui   The
1 ,   tt loudv'*   ainiie!    by
hitnpjj-  the  piiicew-
l\o'red ot  tlie wj't.-littsS,
li.d   wheu^haiKllfd  by
fctriu-tioiih (>i   agists A new 'wiiiti'iu em I pdrijlisli "low
plrive      Nuf   ^juif  jSiiicei.C-ionpp'   w^^mcifentb "-t;ro,
man  I   kuOy   set ujc-il  a ^^ltion   ui  ot <!•
pi- the Uu-re^fipparl-iiiciit f-toresJ    Htliij;
an   iwporienecd *-.ales>vuin.in,  bh'e, lyejit
nth<;n' ttjitli tiies jmtijiitioiiJjii^seH, ^'jod-
In  the diess Jj-oodit depiitmi'-ar. iwlieie^
sho was, phtt-o'd, tilt- wmiiBli at-.(>m"e< l.P'"
gan ty oinake ilt  uoi|,ilei{'<.Uit fpr her. in;
-sfce-^d uf'-lielpttij; her. as one  ivuilii  ex
l-ecty   Y e.oniiiiii, «'lii^had )>ceii yu  the
depnrttaent    for ' fr'ff   dai-b    not,    long
ipnxt;  HHRiily   a<i"U*i<*d   hei   ut   sreiling;
bales alter, she bad jjwide a  ,sale  to  a
etibtniiier     At  a/iot)ier  time  she  boldly
btopped   tur^ar.l   iind   (U'liiiiiulc'd   tint
bhe turo m'ei .i-euitdmcl1 to hei V_
, ifjtliox fill and 'np .ib'MfCitli'i^ji.c'.        ,,
•'*Jaontcuiiieh-J tkuils lA'ati lkuut of^tired
lieluy'there is a m'.uii dona tlit1 l^.u-k nredth. but the
iio pic.U in  the back'     ilih is a'ltpslen. that ,,S.\ Os slendei V J-"kc v. it It a.cuuosity in the wiv of deer horn^
lines Vuil besKlvs Is f..„mimita!/os il does not di-.pure hmwIi'I ?<* wished to bell, tin*, i>9mus-te l,of three, sets,'of uim
uiitenal lVat ot .tli. tt ts Wide viiouSh aiomid Mhe ankles fem<^trJeab,3 interlocked » n%l* ?efsoi antlers ^^ locked
tli permit   ol   taking a («iitt step ri *. ' , * ■* i
ir   „,|
»il I,
biiil 1,
K. ir
I  r
'' Aiiotl.i'i «oo,l -kilt 1'iudel th if is e^t^lln(■ly liocoiiiing
but v.luUi >il-"o ri-ipuii-s iirefui luting lias u sea>n down tke
coi\ttt' utybe i Hint lneadtli, no se.uns it the sides and a
double Im*. pli-ik'.tt I lie bach fistetied 'is tu down on the
hkirt lis is tRvdliilii:; le th. ltullx idtril Wearer This also is a
sbrt ot i.ledi,atioii oi' i t.ishtou'ut mjiih- ihiee cu four jei-a
iiku 'rhi*n< is au unitstiJ>I v,iiit\ ill I ho ^moilels foi the
tailur c'ostuiiio-t.* some are fc\treine!y plain, -nitl'/onr iiqy iriin
rniilj; uhati--,ei. while others, uid cm pint tho same .lines, itu-
l,rimtiip(l wsth br.u<lii''j» ot bia« lulds ot satiil ol \ehet. One
tiuuritL- model, not strikingly no%,l but bet ointnpf Ij. made
likathe \oil«- {jiiwns, uitii tlVhroid ban.! pi sitm nr^uml the
bottom of the skirt-sthi'1 Rind not <pnie st, ^u\c as thc
material kimii*.*- the i-tl'<-. t o( the . iti»h Iveing --liheri'd wheie
it is ponied  io the -Satin -. '        I
Tiuloro.l  street  to^stu'iies this autumn iitii^wiutei  w i li be!
just aS^ popiil-u   ts cvi'i.   iil.kas-lhe shoit skat t- now uni\l>i   J
s,ill\   aecopft'd 'is sn.irr,  (heie will ceitatuly be many moie,
of the coat and skirt costumes than win u fashion de-'kiids j tl
t'iuoruf lomi/skirts'an.l mil..'- possible tin   lu-uuig ot el.ib
or.-ito onejuete Kin\ns i-iidei-'b t c^n.i eipi.illy elaborate coats
ind cloaks     In eorisoipieiuv   at least 11\ n cloth i'Ostuiiies will
be .'bs.'utlal   fo  lomjiort-i-tlio se\eielc  plain -uuti lmineil  one
for the nioliuii'; and the ulore elaboi-ite cloth m xehet one
lot   tlie   alteruijoii     This   is   coiisideied    in    ibsurdiv   small
allowance foi am twiii'ei outfit, but fill   ill pi.u.ticil pmposcs
will  s\it*i, etipro\ td.-ii   Lach   is ,satist.u'tor\
Hfiujrh materials of all mud
the smartest for Iho nloi nuij.
Hid design
uie  ,.f   tile  tkost   pott-ift
Jiltiodtired   with  whmli
sinilii.er   (ioiiiphiulfs  ,-ind
i"ii  ul   the   bowel*',   hi    •'    Ik
iHsenteiy   Cordial   1ms   won.
i   tepnta'tion   that    no   other I "-auety in Color ,,„,,,,    ,„
the   purpose   can  ^snire   <u  I ""'^ -,r"  '"  ^A^   «.l'!l.«'    'u'  ",'"-'  txWl>,,7 ■""1;1'    ,0'
u^ peitov 11v plain.
hi   e\erv  detail
serf's  ihe\ lots and Jothb  tie
.Uid thgre is a ii-ilh  miiri ello-is |
hoth the unle iia.l the ime mid!
; ot   oil  s„(TennK  trom  these    R«-»>s t.-.i.s a,.d imsed    l.icU  „..l white. ,n,«a^ *.« lo Mv pi. ■n..
s it   is  ,   ,- best  medicim. th it    '"»•' extremi I.s  si,( ,rt     The lis,- <».»riM siurt  is in lashiou, the
ii       last  mnliiim ,'h.t tins'*!.si  ,- si, ,1,11,. nil ot  acu.rplish
RHEUMATISM, NEUBALGlAii;, dlte"'.'.'.]:''/?
and nn> paiilmJ nttliction promjitljr ■   .
mlinV'tfl In I   I
y-nfo ckiuiiut, iilitu pile llnlmrnt ,
I'-.litrHt«> tu Kia of IruulilP  In U
lniCiiml wjOUUnK   AI»itu>umjiWjR )
I .IHCIlL-S Mfll IW KOItlX., nllM, CJ«IN
v-i.t'lnp Htiietn, lUIllH   Clllfl,   wixm, ,
«"l.nilB,   it^lULis.   \arloo-<-   V. tax. |
vnrkiH i-i,*, Hjtlrooilt'i oun-i Htia'.^
anil t-iinilatc -ipjcfuul pomiiiwiiiitl
JlUlHhl.lllltlOII—|.t,,]H. IHIIILIIIW^.
Vtllslomcr witlts      Mj v>irfi l,lu>
IwcntrmiliUtl iillli nrupiuriil liinli | , ,,,
•••r 18 or 11 j,nra—no rift Aij or ' m"
illl-hl    SS-Btrlul iiiwlevirj k»m»n I
lomxly  for  tho   trcuhn—ih.Uhih-
meat that it i.innol lie too i.ishh umb'itaken (oats ar.
of medium leuf-tn The loiii; mat ol lit --ei-nm i<- now out
e ihoi'l lnui (.'its i,| tut* "umiiier aie m'
jiiaftic.il lm the s,.,,.,. stsles \lw,i\s is it -itist loi I lit
plainer ...sttiiiu' to In u( the ( u.isius.Uin v sf\|e, which like
ihe riding Inbit. s mo- little trom s.'.i- l» M'ti. the u.. ouim
le'iRlh lull fit In ir i"> it iiniiitrc stuill inn- fisteiKti with,
be ne but Inns, v 'th a nan', .s linn duw u nhi* ' oil i', of li is
ni" coll ir  ind r.-seis uf the m id m il, no i ud -, bur tin   sleesi
tiinslied  111 i1  th'   -lei-si   of a  rulin-j;  I'll it       hut    i-  lh   are
m,ui\  wimien u In' do not cue foi tin   s. mti-1-  -«mi|.1p. l.isluon I
.)((( ne- thai  there . i'i  be slim lei   iumI- villi lull, s  but tons
mil hiii-i t'.il.N .,t  muds ,,'   I lie iiialeii,il to hre X tin   too li ml
oi i-n pu u ti mporcio rt l« ' nni-h«lt
liottlo ot AllbOltKIKK, Jit.
nan buon llncil by nibliliiR mi« llli lh,.
Iwvln unit h,i» not kuITi rcil fjoni i»il»
alsi-o the mcond or Uilnl uppllcnUoa.
I no icliirt wlti' liu-Kd iiiiil pnini
hi «u..Mi    °".£rat "lls "mo Klmoit Imrablx
InniO ..   ," Tl,ls'» almost a niliHcln. hut It I.i
» ""'>«l"',..iiymiir,irlalllu.nin,m.-r
IT!" »" I i,l A,...?:'" "'"J* i™lt«** In mm mnim,-r "
trii.'''".' y «»M «t*° ""Or-l'iin-ll absorb,(I Into .kin.
ffSj"""-.'win     ,L',ln-   Ktl-'>'b. ln-t- tlio nloio miiko
4 "/., s ,.■?., •"•"I-your nolj-liborn jibour it-   1'. en
'" '"<    Sirn,'/ ''"Wit at (lniBvtisU. oi UUiM.i-i.il
'Cauii d n JCarl'm'> "niy i>y
"t v L ,f,' 2J° T(,mP'° st - Springfield, Huso
"" "k-vWiisos »n,(LU,!'(:A.'.-.<•»;: ""'""'Kit *o.'-
* f »CUNH
WMfibs a^:^y
ta-hiun I"
- and bliil
flies  are nun!
t he   w ititt i
ue   lire ids   beiiif;
lied on the -tune
l.t.1., Vaocimrir.
Is tlio \v:iy to
Save Money
Press Well
A     '    'Try it.S:.
SImpla; ns V/ashiiig
*.,},""-!"<\ l'"i',""' S^.k <"»ll»i-il GooiU IVrli.clIy
l.   '•■"".i.l.i    -,   VC*:N" rh.iu-.- of mistake.,    F»»t
ll     ' s"i.l ( .. i ■"?     ««n<». 'icm you, DrUKKlsl or
'"J'     '".'.'•"'"if.ariljii.lSTOIiyjloolili-    "
-mcliarilnou Co ,   Un.ll.,1.   Mom,
. 76
\|| Mjit- ' I s het ir, in
SL-li'i'iis unl tor.iuross in . r.lu
m uie ii)>   'lid are ' erv sm irl.
lines as the t!»lb m-tnines, hut aie, il  possible, pi unet   Gill
butltm-.   -ilia   icsers    mil   bi'iid    ne   mireit   tnmiiiiiit-    but
the  pi liner  i lu   -Isle   the   sniutei   it   is  consideit d      Purple.
• •reeii   sombie ^i is   u.d bl u k are .ilh populai  minis   both tori
"eheteen   n'd   eorduios    jml   it   the  litjfei    libui    be  chosen |
th.   In.'i   mid y sile, tul    udil   iioe'ii-t   'i    oh r   - de-ired
it   is old inml   bs   (he   wnistioil   ot   iloth  en   sitm    whnli   is
tnith.-i   elilisi'iied   bs   so ne   iniiiiiient.itii.il   .J   -.-old   or  si]\ti-
eitihvoidery. onlv-a jiittl", heweyer.. for. 'a:- lias beei. yaid., the ;
plainer .the  cU'ectllic  siuiirtci-  is  it   ('(iiisiilercly .■   ...   ., i
.. .'flic ineili'iiin le'iis-lli ci.'al:.. tlie not', too scant bill j.l.'i in ..skirt; i
,-u-e s;ife 'models to copv. Sleeves, also.'.-irc simple. Small., in ;
■i'oat'sl.'es-e siiapo.. svii li ubsnliitely tint, cull' of the same, ina
terial .-'is the ^c'.w'M,'- aiid reaiih lo the w-risl.,
|.,iri,v or loiio!i . woollen, such ijowlt
iii-v. A .-harmiui; model for a niori- elal.or.-if.e style
' ;.f siitin liuislie'd Ida.-kclot h. the skirt, svith
ihn- si.l.-s. 1)1)1  most; carefully, filled so Mm!
laic,  svith  double box pleat   or plain  back,
fehl.-i ■ 'of 'blaei*    s-elvef.   across   the   front
!i ciial'lyiih   Mar  eirenlai' side   piece
is  the  sides   of  the   skirl,   revers  o»"
fold  of  velvet,  collar and .cull's  of
Made   in   Vel
are  bound   to
'of thib rosiny lite, yet i wouldn f «txe
it up    ix'inc' rears of.it—'fust, parachute
'diups'; ikon hoisebiuk  riding-- thpn -am
mals.   intiii(liut>    lions,    then     l;rtlloons
ngJm, Hliii-jiblt-t.   this   tm-p,   and   jiow*
j neropkuies.    i->ud  -Mia  l-i.li,iso T-iffB  on
lllit*  cc  for„iiine yt?aT*s  Liif*. fhi tJ Xes-ei*.
a  IfTOkun   bone  thetwhoio  tiui^   eitlitt j
r   I \i(d   \ta  ^oon   -tait   oil   f6i   fl-e   West]
'again.—.Minneapolis,     Butt',     b-pok.ine
jauu   1  don t  know   "Where   ne\t
f   '-hut   J   couldn't   leallj   iri\etit   uj.
jl'ie  f.'Ot  the  iiertu ot  the  Uayel ieier
im in-,   senib    Jt   I sin   tod I out; in one
'plate the  genu   stists  tlie fmei  again,
"   land 1 'm ci.i/y tn be oil.   i '
< ookinu  it   in   oik
the  oil penetrated  the miM,,! filled  the-
iur Imtilijcs,  and  (learcd  fdie  m iss * '
'ptUJ-y^N, fhe uiventijr ol the e-cplo
JL a   -,|\VV itliliuili   us'as tht   first to de-
TX  tho 'M\iid(l  Xcssjdd  ti.al mine,   in
j JL    Wales,,   there ,is  an   apartment   ej.-
.asated.  ivliieli  js   set  abide  to   be
e\iibis.\-el\   used   is  n place ol  worbhiji
Thib (undeiijruuiid tha]iel il-itts baek for
m'oie   than   half   a   (enTim.  and   evcis
mo*-uinjf  .since   its  inauf-'uiation   (svheu
the  ilnlie  is  beiiiy worked) \the  miners
h„se asseipbled in this lenitnkable odiL*
tice to peitoim their iphsji.w- desotiCirit
'The i.l. i pel i* bituated i lose to tha Hot
j loin ot  the shaft, so th.lt tho iiiineis, ou
j dcxtciuUujj tlie   pit, can   yo  to  woiship
, btfoie thiyiprocoed to rheu sauous sta
j tions     The ap.ii'tmcnt ih xtiaiijioi-,  luk
ini;   in   oiiiainetit.itioii   and   aitoiiiment
! The  (iilkiis and  the  beams  sshith -Mip
i pun   the  loot   aie of  rough  wood,  and
i disused toil ttolhs, tinned up on end,
dues diit\   „h a   pulpit       rim linnets sit
upon    loiifiyli    woodcrt    benches,   placed
at Puss the i hapel  11om side tii side, and
the oldest  s\niki'  at tht   mini1 pel forms
the dttt\   of  pistte c
la fhe salt mine at Wielu/ka. Ails
tria, then* is a C Inpel oi M Authens,
a h-Aintiiie e^fas ition. stijijioited lis
i idfiniiis, x\ 11li .,lt,ii, irtitihv. ami lite
sized statues ot s.ints, -tppuentls in
j hi ick   m.n lib-    but   all   utiidi   ol   salt
- %       ij     \ ii i
1X*at*KAXs.'13ihab been made eto cos el
almost evoiy happejinit- in i-Jiij»l.iml,
SiKili ,is tho de.itk <it the spsejeij-jn.
elimafn "eojliiitioiis ud'Ottllltr the Ml/"
t-tfs;s ot a pajjeaiit.^a horbe {.litpv/'An ^i;;
rKlih1it.il' hue, ('ttA and upw smi-C""'
form oi insuiante liu'-s been jn^uguiated
\shich ssill enable perbOns ..whose holt
daxjs have b'een nisii red by rain to ob
tain, midtr eertain V,)i,J(tio t-., i-i'motar*,
tiUll|Jl'Ils,t{luiL < *> '
Uii(l(?rssliters  aie  [jrepaied   fo   m^uie
,i}T.iitist   op'e tentii   of   an   uiikit-t yrain'
t.tllm.. un uioie thaii,t,\so day's a  wVek
at 'ails-   towns   on, tbeykutth" and   east
i-iuists*  oh    p'/iii>luiid    batsseeli    BuiPrne
mouth   and ' .Mf.uboioniilk    vchelo    tbe
il-iily "l.tinf-ill is'-eit|it-i otlii'ialh- publi^li-
ed in.. ss*lie"*e satisfactory ie. el\ls tan bo
rtbfhi'ned.      i,      '-. i,    . \}-\       '«        a
-Updil the-paymeiit of ,7s. tj,ly(-sl.f>»V
fin   wluijh  a'pohtj*   ssill   be   lb^tied   iui
"•evven days,'<t,Outpensatton  is 'iiftieed,  to
he paid at fhe rate ot'ilOs. ,(-",2.4.'5)   per
ilnj*r ou j uxecs-?  oItt-iso  sviit  days, \\(\s
instijcs Ag.iinbt'an   excess  of  fcyu   xsef
days  in   j   foftniftht^lijs.   oay^fi.OJO
insures f.if-.ijnst 'an   extes^. 'of   s\i   w*et
dass in thiee week-=A white l'tk   (v-l ('"•)
lnsuies ac.i 1,41st  an  ^I'jvl-ess-ot   sixtssef,
da.ss n\ i period oi   tsti'iitv aipht das*-
Jn each oi these lubtantes the eonl]Viis.i
tton iSi'JO-..' t,-1--' PI) a dax  fur the d.tjs
In  exeoss of  the piesirtljcd  numbei   of
siet   dn,\s,     "Ii •■ the  jnsitiC'l   dcMn *   to
donkle the" i moo nt in fhe wiy of pi em i Ul ui   ,|un„.!i the idea had fihe ids   been
nun,   he   leeeives   double    the    amount | c,u ,.„ l0  the  world  b\   k'enler .uid  otli
It   hii-ho'i  toiimtiisa  j,,,.,     The tnontv wis*tilked about until
lit    ss*as   bujierseiled    bs    t Ii i <-    of    "air
Issase-,'     and    the   explinatuin   of   the
i (laic., that light js uotluu? but
Amiter rast oil by iiuandesi euj /Hin?j!
t"5JInr}(l,liie«Sjiautly tiiroiifjh spate The,
thet)r,s ii that f|iis ladjiink matter is
not seen lraslorsiujj -.pace, fiiht, because
tin* st.^s (hsfi) it in ^i /-old and dai Iv
tQiidittbu ind, sii(n,iid,_liei<iuse it, isi
ao j'jsicIiM, .so tin<••. and *o s^iitle rhat
itses\»ipes {hi must <lelicitj- i^stiument-i
oti ob-'in's AtiOnf r.uijaliair ,f-,etf onh
i-.'tu'U it toiiu-b • In *" tontaat' with ob-
^t,'ll le'-, t   i1, 1   „    «■        j
r   The ciii?-t  oi ttPe'-ho. It  ol'jhc  ilast
oil  KoJai   uiiTtfet  as ifkh-ikPs the staib
is ^itujliu   to the  efiy. t ut  this water, s
slit1)!-!,   w)ietl   it   strikt'b  tfie  edftes  of' a
Teel;  tht   hc-ht   ||i.itiiici'd  - peaks-of, the
tinpait  o1   the  lallt-'is matter  with 0the
btars.yis ihe tihei  ti-nif,'Ch uf the sea's.   '
Injun sp,-i,k ofs tjie shock ot the sou    In t
bs'tk cab""-,t1f"e eaiibey-u-tiiieiV   t' Visible")
etfe.ff,     Tim  -nitnu-Sic   weifjhi    of   the
tain  (it   iinpidpAble   atnais   is 'tjisi^uiK
(..nir: the whole mass amotuas ,to'uotii.     >
lUK,   hut,   on   the   nth»r   Imrul'*iis   t,iie •■'
speed otu the" nuur-* is, tremendous  (300,-
OftO   kilometers  per 'second), i the   pT<y
dm lion i/f j'pri e "is u'n at
■"lilt*- lotatiou  ol-tito ea^th iiiiil  otW't-
lieloiifiul bo^ls-T, scums tojbe exp),ainable< ,
in  no other wViS-y The  n^ileeulir bom
lundineitl   fineiis  rite  t'tuth   to  turn* on,
it« oi'bit anil'Oil ni- axi-j1, a* a top, turns"'
svliefi   whipped   by  a   child" 'The   earth
tuiiii,,   nut   by   flu-,   i outraft ton   ot'aiiy
auteiiial spuujj, but uiider the psterii.ij.j_
tanoeiitinl    pressifre , of    fhe    matenil
pow*,'i  ot  the .sun.  as -a  turbitu   uiruc
svhen its Winers'arc striltji by a eurrenf ,
of air 01' by a *jet of sviti'i*. l
^ ht'il this piobleiriafic il theoi-. w\is
pn-bented by Turpii., seventeen ' seals
•writ the s,i%anfs l.jujjhed Tmpiii liad
ijibit Clime out'ot prison, and it was sup ,
-Josed  that   laptivlti    hid   diis-en    him'
» <t
* '^yM\
a A A -Pd
. -a «i    ' *rl
_ ' ft V-<_-
,it cmnpens.ition.
tion ds.-si i-uk    o  faoiirh o,
tion is dchirid, a piopoitiou itelv hi^liei
piemiiim sslll l.Cm h'ujed The mpte*
^srItl''rs ss-ll accept a eel till, .lie of t'/e
liutisli1' Rainfall Urn ini'ati.in as1 evi
dente of ui itall <-The politics v\ill pro
vide that the greater poi,lion or the one
tenth of an inch of t.uii the ipiautir*.
\shuh In the teiins of the poke} s\ ill
(institute i sset .lis ol tssents fuui
hour-    must- fall  duimt*1 iiie distitne
"rVT"!' lotii,'   mo. when passing tiiiou^h
X\    a  del, utiiieiit  in one ot our down
town stun-s  (\,ivs  I'll',ib, tli  \ oh /
i(i    the    I'lttshttioh    Disji.ttt I I,    I    iiv oi
In aid    I   f_u i   bi bind   the   (uiiulcr.   tstth
siiujip*.   blown  est-,  rem irk   tli il   ''Wo
nun ai.   n'udei l» work  ior tit i ki men
LTllOUGfl ambei h.if, been found
hi diflereut place-, its only lmpnit-
ant centie is the CO ist ol the Hil1
Ik A(midiuo; ro finis flic eidei. the
*'b.tp ,ius prodwtett in, the iblatulb-'ot
the "noitheru ssOi.i, ' and woil>cd there
b^  the uitivehau the i\uls  d.asb
When \i;ro sent .h.li-uiiib,, the limn
s,ho Kiainloed his, jr) idi Uou i\ in lh hob,
to prottu. the pieiisuis juoduet. the
luu-eiii iA detailed, by .hihaaus loi the
liaid put ot the i oiiiiiiissmii t.tnte back
with ,liuber^tii l_uantitie> so ltitish that
even the netting; used is pioteition
against ssild be istb was 1 tstened ssitk
ajiil-t'l   bul tons
Get n.'uv lust < oikc'ci! i no ns;ht to
.nine ind to use the iinbei on the chores
nt the hiltic Sea, n. letijrn rot 10.000
kilo^i.ttus of tiude ambei to be .,. h\-
eled amniills I>nt, as the prolits ot the
con. i s-ii.nisfs wen- frrcat ill-' IJ -1*11,111
j^ii*,euii 11 nt Kicri-ase.l the . 011s. 1 ahoii
01 lie <uin,essinn to "-/."ion kilos ,ii)('e
hlllK ISI,', h,l
nii-re.isi ', in I I Ik
the mm . ssio 1  i i\ ,
liiibi 1 per tuiiiim
lino, nt has been
1 0 1 P (In. s vi 01 k 1I1L"
Blue  Cheviot  Sui1
veteen'.' eon
lie sal is fact
of i-lnt ll (-(.stiltiu- iu
scam, iu .-front., e'ii'f
I here shall be no
with   I wo   narrow
breadth, :i  niedinui  h'li
.lilted  .just ; as -caTi'TuHy
plain w.-iiiii (-doed  with ... .      ,
saliri honvilv embroidered, win e al.ov,.- he c.m.far siue piece
«   band   „f.embr,.i«li..y   is ' u-orked   on   the   ,-lot It, it sell his
band does notice ei.l.ir.-ly around theeoa , byit stops at cither
Hide The baek. while quite tint and straiKhl from the
shoulders- has a seam dnsvn the centre, find 111 coiis(-(|iii'.iee is
much mure .lii-i-oiiiiiiK to the majurilynf women lor it; is
., slender woman who looks well will, the plinn struiRl.1
cITecl uf co-it " One of the new-est. styles has the back
shoulders and  then  sloped  in  toward
e waist
seem doHtined   to
lull    t't'l    iitiMinu 11
w iv    h ul   the   o-ih
me    unl  I  dn w  hi 1  into
oil    till    silt, |t'l t,   ,ll,d   t ills
I.i 11111,'    liltl.     uidit ion il
It   int, ie-ti.l
1  i un\. is it ion
IS     \\ ll  It      t Ills
s ml
"1 hi\i wm i.e.I loi both men and
wtliiitn unl .ilssass l(,uiid men more
le.isunt'bli tuaii women Mosl wonitii
tie lioiudls si'lli-li ,ud s\hi'u thes
attain i.pusitioii sum what abuse 'hen
-isteis th, \ it (iiuo ilhit 1 supiiiiSi
an and mik, those infetioi in po-i
t st u 11 ut   ,nei (
'o  every-
ii nd - the
.ciiler  into
\V'e. en-mot
in uie    1
kilos in
\.i ibi r 1
tils'- tot, st
tnrist ,
1    annual    delis.uv
pawnt.it   lot   their
if   -J') l.Ofji.
1 is dene
the tesult  ut a d'-ia-i*-   The
that  (Mided j-iiin ss   s   t sn k
p ttholn3K.1l    ( .se    piodiii 1 u
tion   tiii  liki
' M'niit r:,rv  to  liien,  wotnen
thing   in   1111    indiviclu.-il   way,
spirit   ni   iiiiltnalii v   doc-   not. .<■
their  relation   with   others.
il    with
llll'il 1
J-ll'SS     III    till
111- -till in
of the tice
une .- insc 1
wounds 1,111
ot the ti-sii
tteis to Into    stnl.    I,,*
, ts   indthei  p itliol >i.'ic il    ,'se pro
pi n!s
It ist    loin    spei ie-   ol    pine trees
sit k   torest      Two  ut   these
eMsteme   111    lipni       Most
-   li id   boe'i   ssouuded,   li.im
>i   another,   and   troii'   then
lesitt      hi isvii   bs   thi   O.loi
,  inseits swirmed   into  the
1 int-ht   in   the   ss.iiin   tcuiu,
t.  and   to   d-e,   embedded    is
se,   them   noss   111   spetimtn-
'I lit-
ti   usimssu'ii   ui   lyht ssoes   b\
deiab'e  etliet
Vlmut the time when Tut pi 11 publish
ed his iheoi\, anutnei sis nil, hebedevt,
demonstrated   the   pressure   of  light   by
siispeudma; 1 ini'tal disk bv .1 -\ erC finch*
t w^-sted   tint id      lfe   huri|,'   h's   disk   in
the air in the  direi t  line  or  aitinn  of
Jiir'it      Lebedcw's.rxpt-niiient   was' dif
f.ciiJt and nl the titmobr delit,u\, all In--
1 culls  weie   recorded,   ind.  w fien   corn-
pa led ssith the cak-iil ltiiuis ot the scieii-
Tists sshn lollowed   linn, toinid  fo°toiu
cide in even   lespoit
At the piesent time t('SA dispute the
tjieoivpof hojit iiressuie To tliD-pro-
-tire ot liLflit is -ltfribtited tlje fornu as
sve 11 as the peeuli 11 mos t ilients of the
tails nt comets v Inch stretch out in
1 dilution opposed tn the sun as if
fitt\011 batk lis a repcUauj forie Nub
ids ind hull demoi.sti ited the j.ressuie
ot H{;ht by jiiodiieins* the phenomenon
'1 hey put .1 tew- pm. lies ol "meiv po-w -
dei and pollen in a \acuiun. like an
hour jj-Liss; aud ,,s thes titruyd the powder titmi one pnl oythe pi iss to the
othei put, thev cast ia\s of liglit un the
falling dust "The lightest ot the tall
nis- dust w is din <n li.uk as if lepu'sed
I'V ihe lli;lit Tke illuitiinated (last had
es"is appeirni. e ol 1 mini itute-
eoniet "s ti.nl '
-s ltnhsts are not vel reidy to sas,
■with Tinjiiii th it 'he rill of hsrht .Tises
the 1 ii-li its rot u 1 lmpiilsinn. ho belli " ind the pi ople who share his belief
sn\ th.it the pits-ure ot radi ttimi is
nn iceblc, even iu the trop.es, where
the light is stron<;esf. beino lindlj (oiti
pound  to the  sipiue  kilmuetri
They Clean.se While They Cure—Ihe
".i-iiet.ible   1 mm niiiids   ot   which   h.ume-
let' s     Vejf. * ibli      Piils      ue     tuiiipn-t d,
tn mils    da.l.b-linn    unl   niuidtikc.   clear
the  stem ith  and   intestines  ,,f   deleter
ions   11 itlei    uid   lestore   the   .Uiitoed
(.ru.uis    10     hi.ilthful      lilion,       11, net*
thev   an   the   best   rounds    foi    indit*is
t icti   tsnlible  to dis        \   (nil  01   them
Wilt   e-t ihli-h   the tiuth   ut   this   is-er
tinn    1 ml  do   nine  to   ions in,,    the    11!
ni_"  t h ■ 1    tin   hi i_'  1I1 it   1  11    in    wr.'feit
ot   these   pill-
; .1*11'
Is      ||
tlie  .Plambcaii    when'
an tiers in  Ihe
tCwablt1" nCis'™reiy'bc.'»mi..R and the fashion does not
' ll(.   popular,  but   it   is  difTercut   from   the
.1 1 ri
I <  hil'i'
j   VMM I   I ■        ■       '■      ^
!        The .• 1,lent  could   has-,- oceurtv.k  il   is ..said, .only  in  one
I'way.    'f'wo bucks of pipi.-il slieu^th were lijjulitl" in file forest
j nnd   became   locked;     Then',   when    ti.e.v    svot'e.    strujjijlitiif,   a
.third   buck   appeared 'and   cluut-ed   tlheni   both,   probably   re-
I Heatedly,  until   his   horns   hi-cime  fasten,-.1.
The Indian reported t hat lie had ■ found t he lioru.t north
of Klainbean h:ik-e, about, a mile from the water, They were
Iyin£ on ihe.side of ii hill, and. there sverc tin bones near them,
'i'he condition, of'the horns proved that the fi^ht occurred
not more than two years before the date, of their discovery.
The .antlers were all, of full-grown bucks, showing eight and
ten points each.
'I'he third pair had been driven into the others just above
where they were joined, and the branches of them svere about
equally locked with tho branches of the others.
Him 11,,- larger
store t.r factory
11n- .distinguished
instantly y,n. yci.fl
out front I lie rest
die as-nines. .She
a  lit fie, tin god. of
• 1,0     have     1
Vint  go   into
syomau  beats
title   ■ forth..!v '   and   i
be  able   to   pick   lier
j by   the   .superior  air
expects  one  tn  malcc
her.   '."■-.■■ A     .    ■    ■'■   :
"When u'svniunii reaches the elevation of an employe."; she then becomes
'Madame' Ho ar.dsd, usually giving
herself 11 high ..sounding name. Should
one "of lier employes dare address her
ii! uny other Way. the axe svill be
Red, "Weak, Weary. Watery Bye*.
Relieved By Murine Eye Remedy. Try
Murine For Your iEye Troubles. Tarn
Will Like Murine.j It Soothes. 6O0 Al
Tour Drueelsts. "Write For Eye Boofcm.
Free.   Murine Byo Remody Co., Toronto.
P1    Ji
A I e*  > T    [)  the leader; moyie, brttisbc Columbia, j ^  4 ��Mn��--vn *��� ��i  Mara,'*aT %"jbtt s~"-' .���^t*rjcney\s-B'j��rswj  tliij    iui;liu    iiijiUiiii.  fablibbed in ibeinteTesi of the people  of SI nyjf* arnl JKnt-1 iv. < I'lil ��� v.  F. J. SilYTi'. I' 'r.r.T- ',P  -ia.-v-  Cosssrvrdi'/es v/ill Meet  At Ci-aitbi'ook next Monday  di'li-iTttt.'-s from the various Con-  s(.<t-sr;lriv.j ���<-=.()L*iaticnsiti tjiis rid-  in i; svill g.iih'."-' and elect 10 de'e-'  g-atr^ tu at,, end tha meeting of  this 1'ioviuvi i! ^I'sucintion   ro  be  | held     i.  I Nov iniba** 1-,'.  ! --i- -  V/AT��R   NOTICE.  ,      II.'i l*    Oi*    '1*15   .,1..ITI(,.S ���    =  Orieywr  ..   y ���    -SOMO l  jyUDAY. XOYE.UBKtt -1/1010.  Pon't tell us v/hat you  d;d  ��� n i  in the east���do "iL here.  Burlington lost $190,000 ou  its diniiigrcar service last year.  .The waiters, oug-ht to split fees  with ihe company.  \i A '     ty  A  , v?  r- I  -> i  '   p>.'  i   -  1   tr:  S-   1  1   '  f *-  - a  ft  *    i  I  "*���    V  ]'     AVith new ore W'iics  found  in the S't- Eugene  -mine,   the  . Aurora' on the  shipping  list  i i       i  and ore at thc  Society   Girl  ��� ready tc-^hip, fa   busy  wiii.er  - in Moyie can be looked for.  ���.. , r**"     .  -   The Greenwood Ledge-has  the following:   '' 'TJbc-iips and  v 'downs of mining districts  are  , plainly-seen in the -history., pf.  the''��� Slocan." . ( Just; thirteen  years ago - the 'business  done  at the mining recorder's office  '-in New.   Denver, was  thirty-  . two times greater than.it is at  ," the present time.      Still there  -is  'vet' concealed   within,- the  4 steep mountains of the Silvery  ..Slocan vast stores ' of "mineral  , /wealth, awaiting the day when.  '. man . - will -' force  it into. Uie  ' ' markets of the v:orld."^ ,     "  Notice i-i lie el*j -fivei. Uial au application will lie made umlar J'flrt V. of  tbe "'Water Act, 1909," to pbuiu a lic-  ruee iu  the Cranbrook: Water Wistiict.  Ci ) Tie nii'ie, <ul'lrc-s--ii*.ll;<-.~e"-i,?,��:  lion ci tbe- ' a'JpHeant, Percy Thomas  I fax ivoo<\ Kaiiclier, ICingijjale.  ' Ci'.;' The ii.ur.i-; <>t the   lak",   stream  Nci-on    on    Thursday, \ot   so-.uce fil unuanieil,   the  description  .isj sjrjj.j* ou   g,hp\ivAa.r%-   of pri-eiii**-  Hill IJoU.  <9 ) Thc point of ihversio.i: at the  spifitp:.' " '  " (tl.) Thc rpidatit* ai -wafer applied  ��Cor[m cubic i,ctt per .sci-oikI] one.,   ,, '  (c.) 'Tiit-chiiacte'r of the proposed.  works: ila^"-, ll'��i:e*> and ditches.  , (f.)T.i*,- premises on uliinli the  svater js lo 1�� used [("cs^ri5'e -,iqie] preemption 1230 or. t''s(" Eist JiiuU of  Moyie ll-vcr abj.it '3 lniles Soar.il; of  Curzoii.  '    ,',fe) The   ,purpose   for   winch ,._the  water is to be u��td:   irrigation.'  (h.jfir for irriijaiipji describe .the  kind intended to be irrigated,- gyving  accrag-c; pre-emption li'30 about _. 160  acres.    ��� ��� ,        '    '  (j.) Area of Crown land intended  lo be occupied by the proposed works:  none. ,  s fie.] This notice was posted on the  lSlliday of October, 191;?." "and application will be uia'de to the Commissioner  ou trie 2.-!ml day of NovenAier, 1910.  [I.J Give the n-inie-s and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or litxusees  \s ho or svhos lands are-likely  to  be   af-  -  IIOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  o ^__  r  ,The -  p,vrtnfi"-]iip       Jicrctofore  ctii-ic'rl on by TiiyJor -k.Bonner as  hofct-1 kei-jien*  in   Moyie has   tliis'  clay ' bodn   ili'solvyil 'by    mntual  <*oo-*<?r��U   ' A.l  afc.junts, 'Que. aud  i i  owin-j* by the E-nid^ini'tUership as  lii-opv.'nlur-,   cf  tha   International  Hot fl hlialt bn pnyabl'o by Mi*.'iia'el  .1. iJjnuei*, who will   continue  the  biis'ineas. ami all  accoimtB osviug  to Tiiylot- J{  H'mncv are  pnyablo  to Alioh/iel J. Hiiunur! '      '  D itc-i,. at Gi'iiubroi-lr, B. C ,  this  27t!i day.ol' Oetob^r.yV.'D. 1910.  ,      ' ' ��� Jt   K. ri\YYLOl{,  ',',    '        ,    -M.j.'BOXXEIl. '  Signfd in the presence of,        , -  A. is. MAOi-ONALD; ,  "  ���DB.AYI1S&' DONE-,  Jiha^e jnvpstoil in ,, a f^ne tpnm,  of horses and am' nov/* ready for  all'kinda of diamine-."   T r-an haul  , <.,,,-,, ���( ���'      - '    ,  anything with'two pnds to it. ,-1  will do your (\voik   for rhe  most-  , ��� , y v'  reasonable prli e.   Also plenty of  good wood for 'pale.'"''   ,       '     - , -f  '(      l "   'A. G. I\IcP!ARLANE:' ' -  BUSINESS   LOG5.LS.,  ffceted by  the   proposed' \s*orks,i either  nbos-'e or below,tl*e outlet: noije^ ,    ' i   ,.  '    1-ERcV T.'HAYWOOD,  c     '        . ' '     "',Kingsgate. B. Q  LIQUOR ACT, -1910  . Section ,19  ,  FOli RENT-^-Nicelj'i, furnished  1'r'oat room, withi-stovo,' with or  withpufc bbaiTd. Apply to Mr^.  Ejqraor.     ',.       u '.  FOR   RENT���One  of ihe best  i * ���   >  cottages in town1 at  $12 a month j  Apply to I'. J.'Smyth.      .     .  .'   -  \[rs. L.'JJacdonald, North  Tav-  istoek &tteet,'is p'repared  to   trim  and   remodel  hats,. also  fur, and  velv'fet tociues.       . '   -'  ���  i ' * l-  Miss L. iii. S'cott,  trained  nurse j '\  ot'ARithwellpIospital',  Winnipeg,1  !"  iH1- ready rfor engagements of any  kind.1    'Maternity   ��� a - specialty.  Notice .is herebj' given that, on  the first day of December nest,  application ivilh He ,*pad6 ^to .the  Superintendent of, Provincial Police for the renewal' of a" .licence j Provineejof Br/tish Columbia  for the sale of liquor  by. whole-'!' , Dated 12ch-petober, 1-1310.  Remedies are Needed  Were we   perfect, -which we nrenot, medicines would  not'often be needed.    But  sincp'our systems hove be- _  *   come neakeaed,   impaired   and ,broken  down throu-Jh  1 indiscretions which hove gone oii-from the early ages,  through countless   generations, remedies arc needed  to  ==idcMatare iu correcting ' our inherited jjiid otherwise  acquired weaknesses. To reach ..the- seoi" of stomach  rweaknessr and consequent digestive troubles; there is  nothing do good es pr. Tierce's Golden Medical Disogv-  eiy, a glyceric compoi.iid, cM*racti*d from'native medic-    '  inal roots���sold for over forty years with "great satisfaction to all users. For  Weak Stomach, BftiouMie.b, Liscr Compliiint, Pain lit fhe Stomach after eating,  Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, GTjronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal  Derangements, tb* "IX'.cirvtiry" is a timc.-proven a=.d most efficient remedy.  , -- ,                *  -  7"Ae   dennine  has   on   it3 '_���    jyA) cvCj.  i outside   wrapper tho  Signature '   ,    \j?��    "*-* \ ���" <"�� ,     ' **��� ,     ��     -��  You can't afford' to accept a secret nostrum es e,,substitute for this non-alco-   ^  - holic, medicine*op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may -  -' the.-1-hy m."..,vs a, uitJO bsS-^f pro'1-                                   '                  '     I     '            '''*,'"  ,Dr.  Pierre'*-  Pl^riiai-.l   r***;ic*s 'rc-;i.lo*o  and   invigorate   storr.acl), liver  end  howol-'.    Sjj ,r-ot��a'co.  ii .'/ fr'iuu!c-. o'isy to take t-.s cdudy. ,, '   LIQUOR ACT, 1910,  Section 42  Notice if hereby,-*-iv<-n Idmt, on  the first day of; December next,  application.avjII, be, made to tho  Superintendentrof Provincial "J'o-  iico for renewal .of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known a& the Yahk Hotel,  situate at Yahk,- in  the "Province  .    ' '  'i   Ai  of J3ritish Columbia. ,   *  '  Dated 12thfQctober, lp.10.     ' r  " \'\70HN'B. b-i'JIBON.  *" ; liquor* act; 1910:: ���  '.  Section  42 .,  ���A.*.. \      f " J "*��� *  - ~T- ,-.     ,    cyt  <. - ,  ,' Notice is Hereby given' thaty-1 on  the first "day'of December next,"  application will' be raade to^the  Superintendent.of Provincial Police for;renewal 'of the h,steJ liceupe  to"��� sellyMiguor by,, retail iu the  hotels known -as 'the 'Kootenay  Hotel, t situate at 'xMpyie,  in  the  sale in and 'upon, the premises  known, as .Tlie Moyie . Brewery  situate at Moyie,,BaC, upon the  lands described as Lots 4 and1J5,  Block,1, Moyie townsite. ' ���.  Dated "lath Octonar, 1910. '      ���  MUELLER &' HESSE,  ���      '   -   ,      i ~  , Applicants.  McTAVISH & OAMEROJST.  K    , Telegjams ' ��� received  ' by'  Stiperitiresident Husse}* of, the  ; Provincial   Police    gives   the  news , that  acting , under  instructions from Chief  Inspector Colin tCa:npbell,   prosecution of A.   T.   Lund   of Hos-  ���.mcr under . the   ncv/   Liquor  Act    was   initiated    upon   a  charge of illegally 'selling' iu-  1 toxicarts   without   the   pres-  .cribed   license;,   and   upon   a  ,. conviction being  securecl,   he  /was fined $200 and costs,   ancl  -.also had  hi.s   entire   steel:   of  liquors destroyed.      'The   incident is noteworthy as   fctrik-  . iugly illustrate e   of   thc  sincere ^determination   of   Altor-  .ney-Geueral Bowser" and  his  subordinate officials to enforce  .the lav.* \ 'porously   ana   in   a  manner    leaving   no possible  doubt in the minds i f   any   as  ,to its efieclneness.  Moyie.  t^ '\      .j. ���   . ..  .  , POll SA!LE-A six "roomed  house and outbuildings on a corner of Tavistock street, ��� overlooking the, lake. Will "consider a  crftde in real estate, Calgary property preferred. Vwite J. Walters., P. jx 1S15, CaJ ga ry.  METAL   MARKET.  New York.���JJar silver, 50   cts.  Load ipl 50.  Loxuox���Lead.   ��].'). Cs 3d  r Stock QjUOtations.  rii:\i.ui i) ks jiiiAi.r.c. j:i.wj r.t,  '      Bid Asked  Stt.om  '.'"iisollilali il  smellers  Olltl. GolllfiLk'.!,  v.,rili bt-ll  So, id j Girl  C ->oo  ;oo  0  10  Ve  HiC  No. :U3  No. 7  No, .'ill  j Nu.S  Vf/estbound  Local  .Soo;Spokano  Easlbound  IaOca]  ���Sio-Spokfine  1:20 p. m.  2:;"jS p. m.  2:5Sp. ra  fl-.'JO p. m  aLIQUORAACT, 1S10.,-  , - '    Section 42- -- ���  .,  \ Notico-is hereby gi%Ten that, on  the first- daj- of ' December next,  application will- be - made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel, licence to sell liquor by retail, in the  hotel known as the International  Hotel, situate .in Moyie, in' the  Province of. British Columbia,  Dated 12th October, 1910,  FRANCES L. TAYLOH.  ", -LIQUOR, ACT, 1910.  ',   -,   .Section 42   ' -.   ���'.  \    -V     A^-^-     >\    '-���    \  ' ' Notice is herebyAgiven that," oii  the^fi'rpt,,day bf.Deqember  next,  application will' be  made  to  the  Superintendent,of Provincial1. Police for renewal of  the  hotel licence'to'sell liquor by'retail iii the*  hotel known,as;the.p,e*a*tral,Hoiel,  situate at Moyie.in/We ^Province  of l^ritish Columbia.'.' h, -.��� ]" -, t- '-"^  Dated 12th Qctoblor, ,191.0. _^"_?  ' YICTOH DESAULNTER.  -I. O. O.F.  '-*5 >\^y^^    ' i  Meets-Tiie!edav evenings \n -the  Miners' Union  hall.     Sojourning,  Odd Fellows cordially invited.    .  N. ,AV. Biinhisrv,   '-    F."f. Smyth^, '  ^' '' Noble'Gnmd.       ' ;, '* Scb'r'y.  , - -*> *   - - ���   n  bt. Jiugnio T.iiiIbi- N��. 37  ���y^fr''K:'ofAEyA  y^lhoW    ����>il  -fi        ���    I ��� , ,   /  , , Meets eysry/iThursday  evening ''in" McGregor  ^.Imllat.S'Jc'cloqk.;, Vif3.  fiy<*����25>s  jting brethren'\veTcome  ,. 'Ar-BEiiT Gilt.     '     ' -E. A. Hiix.  Chancellor Com.    " "k:lll'i '&. 'S  ,. *    .   - ,   �� ,   ,      , ,  Selkirk r>o��lc(f,:Ko. 5C  t A. V.' &\\.. M." > ' '  Regular    meetings  iOu'- the 'first, Wed-  ��*esday/    of     each  -,    *        ' **      --   -  VT, month.'    ~-'        7"  Visiting, brethren welcome/   '   w  ���,, '     'IE. Chapman, W. M.    S%,.'*  -,';: -N-��.^y; Burdett'i Secretary;  .M'O'YIE 'BEER  brewer is admittedly' tho Best   Beer in  ]*;,_��.  est Malt and tho Purest Spring AVatpi* it, *.,  A" made by the present'bi  Kootenay.    With the B  unexcelled for ijuality.    Insist on having -Moyie Beer.  , JSOXTJ.WlJ   ANJJ   ItK.J I'T   I'.KIill ,  . oyse; brewing co.  MTJELLiiB &. HESSE,   PE.OPS.  'aratX3BanM"/-*Muu3umA>f-z-s  Ft^iiTciitrjajjHMmrwMaaE��a-j-*gM  />vvw ww wvr^ wtJWstKfcMxwwwvys^^  Moyie   Miners; 'Union  ^ No.'7l';VV. F, of M/-  greets in Miners'' Union  Hall' every ''Saturday evening.'    Sojourn,  ing membersaie qordully invited  to attend., ���><'.'   _��� -' J . ,   i  1,1   ,1 " --   < * /     r   ,   *  Joe * McLaren  3^13 A ' yjl&il^JLL, MAN  ', ' L   '    '  -   If you, are  sick,, suffering iroxa &ny, di--  Order, we cau cure, you^Perm&neiltiy  ���/You do' itQt have to^ingcr, suJJeritiJo'H fi-oin  dijeaso,  because ,we aro  medical spucialiht-.  1 ~   ���* '  with many years'  experience ���' treating '.and  curing succosbfully all men's diseases. *  ��� H:ONE^: TREATMENT  ���' t'   , A'sijrei^a.tuidjpeniipiient^cujy in all 'diseases of j  .men-Nervous ^Weakl:iessa^Varibose:yoins1  ��� ;Kydro,cele;; Blood' and ' Skin' Disorders,,  j'1" Sores,"' ITlce^s.'J'!, Kidney,    Bladder " and  - Kectal'diSOrders,'n^Kl all '-special   jjvlnieiits'.'cqm.^  - 111011 to .i;i^n.'' i    ��'y  *\f\ '   .,.*, '_���*.'  '/ "   '.Bes't AiKitomy Mufeeii'm ij^'llie Npr'thwcst.  J?' ' .CpNSUL^ATlO'N, JEff JRE.J��  t l If^you cannot come td'Spoka'ue.for free.ccina ,'ultat'ion npw  write'for our Cr,ee booklet,,'.,,.���,-,. .  ).-'J'^A_   .<* ^ ','   ,,  ,-,V\y; a <, :Pr.>KELLEY'S:.MUSE,UMy       '���   ���  |, ",' ���" 210^Howard'St A^yy. ;y a    '.'-SPOKANE, Wn&h -  *     ''y''  '* BUY    Y6l/ll    ,  Qigars ,   \a  ' *  /' -        '  Tobaccos v"  , - fl *    A '   "     '  Fmif'-d'nd'1  ���  *- f ���  Confectionery  ,-��� President."  James Roberts  : y    " Sccretnrv  iHnr  n-ESAoisriKK'^isKoa. sh��i>��j Y A'  Lar-'e   uam'nle \xOom  in   coiiuection  0 l, 1_.,' ,,__    , - -,    .\  with house fo'r.commercial mcoi'.BjBSt  of accommodation, -y.     . >' ��� "  ,   lleudquartera for. Com-    /  , I A ' l-.'l  ><\    ' meroial and-MipiugMon.  "''. r  '",-"'��� ."IMOY-TE  ^ ''    '    '  -<-  . .*fl       ., .  QUEJ3NS AVE  "7"J"  w' tV* ,  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  I make a specialty of Postal, Photo' work. ��� Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.  MISS FLORA DEA'GON.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section '42  Xotice is hereby given* that, on  the first diy of Decdinbar next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel 'licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as tho Moyie Hotel,  situate at Moyie, in the Province  of British Columbia. ^  Dated 12th October, 1910: * ���  WEI LIP F. JOHNST0X.  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made in Nelson  and ' can be bought in nearly  every mountain town.  Moyie Hotel  P. F. J.0HNST-0N Prop.      -  This hotel is new and well finished.  The   tables  are   supplied' with the  best the  market   affords.    Tlie   bar  is   filled   wilh 'the   best   brands   of '  liquors aud cigars. (  Headquarters for'     ,   ���  Commercial and Mining Men  Movie " '-'- -.-    B.'c.  ���Harvey, .  MaCairier,-, &  '���Y/; .^Ma'cdohald. /,"��� "J J-  ... '-.-.<���, r;A     i'     yh iA a-\,     'i  . Barristers, Solicitors, Notariea, Elo -  Cranbrook.   -' - >B. C.  W. Fj GURD, ,  "   BAltUISXKll. RO-LIOITOr', KTO.  CR4.NI3K00K.      ���      "\ B. G  DE. F. B. MILS5S  Dentist; *  ��� ,  -        -        i ���   '  Cranbrook, ��5, C.  * CHINOOKERS %  ��^i^$^.*��Ji *t-5-s5 "*��^C)3"=6'5,S!i*J  (-1,.,1,. ^liuiu I'' -   -'^'.'  Sich thinj, as a purplu < ow, bn!  1 soe*i purple milk at 1" coliL-j a  quart.  ' .1 ick .lolin-ioij now do lori"- )k  ha-, become a i)>jmo'M aL Appai-  enlly J.-.1 lv wai-i-1 Lo -j'-t Icnocki d  out.  A l'jrlin doctor has iii i'o\i>ifi'  how to mako bloodless operations.  3et he'.bltie'ds you   just .the same:  A Sevies of Lectures  , -Tolsn Sullivmi, more familiarly  known as "Sully," ro.-id buiiih.-i  and politician is didiverinp. ;;, series of frea'lec.tunis in Moyio thi>  1',-iH. ���'.-rolind in S ir.L' and Story,"  .uid. "ilu'.v,1 T'jlw'tud Tom Ciivon,'.'  r..-t ;l-'.s nvisterpicce*-.  Croup i-> mo-sfc  prevalent during  tlie dry cold weather  of tlie early  win I ot* mouths    Parents of young  children should be prepared for ic.  VII tint   is   needed   is a   bottle of  Oli unbcrluin's    Couch     Remedy  M my niol liess aie   never  without  it in tlieif iiumo* and it lias never  liiappomtcd  tlietn.     Sold by thc  ��1 jyio Diuj; A* Stationery Co.  "\\ hen a cild becomes '-eCtlcd in  ���lie '-y-tem, il will tako several  1 i\ -' tie itinant to cure it, and  ih�� b'-t romi-dy to u-e A Chain-  'ii'i'Iain'-, f'ouch Itemsdy. lb will  ���'ire ijuii lur than any other, aud  tlso loaves.tho system in a natural healtliy Condition.' Sold by  ;he -Moyie.Drug A* Stationery   Co."  ��� Many school children suffer  from constipation, which'is often  the ctuise of seeming stupidity at  lesson's. Chamberlain.s Stomach  md Ijtvor Tablets are au jdeal  medicine' to p*ive a child, for tliey  ire mild and .gentle, in their  -ll.'C-t, and will cute even chronic  constipation. Sold by the Moyie  Ui'ug &��� Stationery Co,        '. .  At jk Churches.  CATiiouc cirrjucri  t  thirst Fridays. Morning prayer, communion at 0 a. ra. Mass  and instruction at S:30 a. in.  Rosary, instiuetion and benediction of the blessed sacrament At  7:'JO p. n:  Third Sundays. Mass and sermon 10 a. ni. Sunday school at  2:^0 p. m. notary, sermon and  benediction of the blessed sacrament 7:30 p. m.  n-ETiiomdX   CHUIICII  ilorning seivice at 11 a. m.    Sunday  -School, 'J   p. m. . Evening ser  vice,'7:ri0   p.  ra.      A  hearty ' welcome  extended   to all.  '   ''llEV AI. W- MILLER,-B. A.  (Pastor)  St.   Josephs* Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  jtioarding and Day School conducted by Sisters of Sb. Joseph,Nelson,  B. C. Conimorciul and business  courses a epeoinUy. Excellence find  swift progrP6a ch'aracleaizo each department. Parents should write for  particulnrs. Ono month assures thc  public <-; the thoroughnesH of the  Sisteu' uiethoJa of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during the  term.  George H Thompson,   .  Bariustkr.    Solicitor      ���<1  Notary Pub[,ic, <tc.  CRANBROOlsI,       Biuxish Columbia  W. R. BEATTY  Embalr-iei and Undertaker,  Phoue'9.' "      CRANBROOK  DfyHr ErAflALL  t'A - >DEN.TIST'VV/ <  "   -'   ,  r- yy ,'-.- :������:��� �����  The /Expert Crown' and .Bridge  -'"���: '<    ^,\Vprkcr:lfJ'" '.; ��� y  ,' ^Olficc'ovcsr.^Mr. Short's  Wall ���' A Paper    -ufetore  Armstrong Ave., ' *    Cranbrook  FROM  1 '  ..'l.\.B.. Stewart  SEiNTD YOUU    WOUtf   TO   THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM :  /     LAUNDRY.  t   NELSON"  All White Labor."  Laavo work with the    local agent-  - ��� A..B".'STEWART  '  Sun  9 9.(  Plllirt��YTK;:IA'N     OIlfKCIl  Morning Service 11   a.   in  day school and   Bible class at 2.30  p. in.    Evening Service at  7::!0   p.  ra.    A hearty welcome to all.  ilEV."|4. A.   HAC1INKY, B. A  y '"������': : ,."���'<PastQl)  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Col urn Dia Fractional, Kootonay Fractional, Buiton Frictioiisil, Hustler l-'rac-  nonal, Dail> Fractional, Jumbo Fractional, Doiimiioii, Mineral claims, situate  in the Fort Sttcle Mining Division of  Fast Koolui iv District.  Where located: On the Uaht .side of  Ivouer Jlojie T,ake.  TAICE NOTICE,, that I, Sehvyu G,  ���Blaylock, F. M. C. No. B29762, acting  as Agent for the Consolidated Miniiig,&  Smeltiiig Co., of Cans-fla. Limited, Free  Miners Certificate No.. 1129757, intend,  sixty Says from tliedate.hereof, to apply  to flye Mining Recorcler for Certificates  of improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  qlaims..  'And further take notice that action,  jiii-ler Section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance   of   such Certificates  T.-T. McV1Uic.C.*l.,'B  Ia. S.   II.  Y. Parker, o i:  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Lanh Survkvino  , \ - *  IIAILH'AV  & jriNlNO   jsngini:ei*,i*n4c  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICFH  J^ort Steele P. Q. Pox 25.  Cranbrook P. 6. Pox 11.  If you want anything in the  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such as house  fittings, lamps, shades or motor  boat supplies, spark plugs, coils,  batteries, go to or write.  J.  H. RINGROSE  Stanley St. KELSON  of improvements.  'Dialed this 28th day of September.   A.   yictor}a Street.  D."   1910.        y "a ' ������ ,  ." ,'. -���  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under pew  management, and is first class  in every respect y  ,M. J.   BONNER,   i. .'  niopniiii'j'OK  .MO YIP  THE TAILOR  Wc carry in stock the goods  to make an up-to-date suit  made in town, or we can get  you a special ordered suit  made to your measure. Wc  have ready-to-wear Campbell's  clothing, the best made and  fitting clothing in Canada.  Underwear, shirts, collars,  tics, belts, summer hats aud  nearly everything in the line  of furnishings at reasonable  prices.. y ���  All our goods and work guar-  anrtced. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  MMW^-ry��MIIJU��Hir-.lllll.MM|-'!Mf1W  (Vier  ', .'. Shamrock- Creamery Butler -,  ' d \Aii SHaairocIc'Leaf Lard  '--������'    ; ' l *  - Ay**' Shamrock Hams  ,     v     Ai ���   ,-;,*;'   , "  i, ,   ���  .antj , ,   -   -  -'  Imperator Bacon  * i j .  For sale by" all iirs,t class,*  grocers and    ���  i*-      l '  BOflNS tk ,G0 Ltd,  MOYIE.  ' -     B. 0.  *    ���   , STOl* AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN '���  CRANBROOEj  K. XI. SMAT.r., -U-niacer.  Good rooms, good  tablea am!  bar  and first'class sample room-  O F. DESAULX1PR.  '     UEAI.EI!    IN  Pfl  PllOJirT DELIVERY.  aueens' A^e.      MOYlEj  BLAIR.  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKANE, -WASH-  is the hc-t cf.iiippcd l)iis;in'.'5  i��''"-'-'"  the   northwest.      Alai.iy   C.m.��l'.iii   ^  ilents |-r.idntae from   cuu   colK-'^';  l"-  .    '' season       You can leiiu  SirORTIIANI).  TYPlvWRlTlN'O,  3JOOicicni'-;riNO,  LOMamitci vi* hAV.\  ami get a general laiswi-ss liaiim'.  we-Ail 1 secure-a position foi  Canadicin oi an Aiiinaa"' Ul*". ,  house Write for onr l.i.iulifu11- ' !  tr.iti-ilciUk.c-.    Sent (K<- "l'"��   u<1"  '  tlK'I'lj  Mill    I'1  Thos. Summers  liYnit and  Cigars,   Candy,  Confectionery  TOYS.    NOTIONS   KTC  Soutb   Victoria  St


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