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 22 W  W. 11. WILSON,  L^*'  VOL. 9, NO 32.  repairing is  iiior uughl/  and pronV  ptly done,  Cj. Btaw art,   at the drugstore.,  is our ttgtsnt,  WlLSO.N.Craiifcrock..  MOYIE, B.C.,  NOVEMBER 17. 1906.  Take  armng  ,   ' 1   And don',t send away for' your  Christmas TQyg #nd Prsents  until you've seen ours. ' Tlie stock is  'here���larger and.,better-thai?, eveiv be-  ���'.   '^ .fore, including the,-, very latest novel-/  if    tiesl1 ' AVe   are -not displaying them  ju��t��� yet;-,:,but" will, soon.    ^D&lay.in.  ,, " .\this hista-hee ijs not'* dangerous.    We  i   have tlie goods.,". ,,.,   ���  %  f  #  S2A YEAR  THE STRIKE  ;JS SETTLED  GENE8AL NEWS NOTES.  Miners Returning to  Work.  Calgary hospital in said to   be filled  with typhoid fever patienis.  The 0. P. *&> winter excursion xute .  from Moyie-to the east is ?CS 9.^.  COMPANY'S':'  BIG SHOWING  IAN TURNED Iff  At Michel  Oyqt 200 Men  Are ^Already Working  and More to Follow.n-  ,   Tha    Corbia  line  exnects ,to  have  their telegraph hue iQtovSook.dijO   this,  month. "  ���; ' '    . ��     u'  In Purls the law requires the harbor  to wash ..his  hands  after  eyery  shave  and hair cut. .  ' '  The Methodists of Creston'baye secured a lot and will soon begin the er~  ection of a church.  ,   ,  Good Returns  From  , Their Properties.  i'' Tlio eawmill 'oUlie liast Kootenay  Lumber Co, at Ryan, was closeddown  this week for the winter,  -, fv'-When',We,Advise4-you toibuy-,.. ,  -North-. Star,:'Sullivan;1. Nicola-Coal^'the shares 'of  ^hese stocks:v\vere worth"'',?,'-;, v '-: t,  " .    f ', "<���  i"    ~   "   ,*\   ,," 4�� cents ^ -,23'oehls^   ' "4,'cents  '-',","     "Ypii can^sell'these aharea \fo day for'r        ' _      \  "' 1   V-~V-\?'J I*   ,22ient��       LLcents',    11 cents'.  '"    ' ���    ' ~,' < -  ���now.- ,,   if    r\  ,<Get in-  <v  V  fieaiev&^EIwell  ''".^T:vMbYIE,'B,:C  .CIlAyBKOOK  K      "  we.are in  or'small  V   ". A.'  :-:;;-:P^ITCffS:;;:''.-."r^  ^ i" -e',,���1���  ;    " * > ' '    ^JiiOYIE'S ^LEADING   HOTEL.      " it.  1  Hotel Kootesnay |  The best of accommodation�� ,    - J  forr the Traveling" Publiq. " |  Large and^Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Eooms,. S  McMAtfON BROS, Proprietors. |:  Si  C. B. C.??   CORSETS  ii  -rar*  We have secured these corsets for  Moyie, and would like to have the  ladha' opinion' of them. ,Wo have  tbem fn styles and * sizes to fit all  figures at prices ranging from 75cts to  $2.50.  Let us show thorn to you.  A, HILL  THE    LEADING    LADIES' AND MEN'S    FURNISHER.  2^-rfi *}"^Jvrj!r.-v''>- ���'* -v- *V"v"v5r-V- *^ ��v�� *v- *v- *v- -v- u  i        4  Imperial Bank of Canada,  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  1  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received.  ������-''"'���"   'IS''.  Thereis.no 'better'investineqtilhsii a  Sayings  ,    .   IJank deposit.  '     Once opened it grows whether added to/ or;.'not.  .  ���'' -       ���;;   Interest   allowed at   current   rates   and.. com--  pounded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F. M,  PINKHAM, Manager.  Fernie,, Nov. 15���An increasingly  arge nunjljer of mineral are, appjyiig  for .work at all tlie mines, tho afternoon train to Coal Creek carrying' ����8  men seeking work) uiaking a total 'of  325 now on'the books at the camp)  while at Michel over 200 are - already  working and the balance of the em-  ploytes have made applica_tioa 'for  their old places." '. '' ' ' ��� '��� ' ,. ',  Eyery train brings in ifsquo^to o/ re-  uturnins: miners, who will be'given work'  as,soon as popsible.,0Preliminary work  Pi cleaning up is'-bejng-rushe^wuli'ttU  speed and it is confidently expected by  the"company that ^a satisfactory  ton-  MAyor Sohmitz is said to have cleaned up over three million dollars in hisJ  boodfing schemes in S iu Francisco/  SIELT1'A GOOD ISii'ET  Manager Aldridge^Has* Men  :, m, 'FieM   Looking for  \  '  '  Np-w Prop'orties', ' ;  A CORNER IN  ES.  GROCER-  corner, your  for    a   few'  The Marysville smeiter is closed  tlowa-temporarijy^ The coke' shortage is, the 'principal, ctuse/ of the  trouble. <_*"'   ' "   >��� "  m3z2��2��2����W^  '     ' " '-'Don!tbe-persuaded'that:,there  is'   ",       .���  y   7 i/"h any better'ctmne^Fruitslarjd' ,V0^r / '  V:''    , o v -Jk .".] ' Vegetables' than ,s t'��rJt _,; v ;>* '  ���*!��� Old Homestead Brdnd  Just,received a, car, of' xthesj?,/-famous' goods :and 4'"^;.  ��� *(.---., ^^sit'j^<to'lfill-y6urorcWrs wKetjier Urge-; >; -^j '  nage will soon be oa the cars for shipj.  meut;       "   '   -K'  '-V'   . <f *   "'"*  , A      XT MICURL   , ���_       v^    , ,    ,  Michel, Xov.l"l�����At.an enihusiaitic  and well attended meeting jyednesday  morning'Michel/Miner's uuion 're^  pudiaied the authority of district presi-  dent Sherman.    By a  yoteof  9S   in        ~��� ...  ���,  /avor of starting work at once   against  the pound, a system wL  �� t dpsenting voteeV Michel   union  put  50 cents to the'cord:*/,-  '"A. terrific rainstorm i has. swept over  the Pacjll^'coa&t apd Jloods are num-  eeous  around 4- Seattle, ..'Tficoma ��� and  Portland.   , U -   "'t     ��,   ,  '   WoV ���     . r^���  General Shatter, commander of the  American army in Cctba .during ,t^je  war with,Spain, died this we&k at his  larni,home in 'California. -"   J'  authorities  have, found  in' supposedly  ���- During the7gnat-year'the  United  Stales' postal  32,000. pieces of   iiiail<  empty sacks, in -'the- m'.vil' ba^ rtpair  shop.   '-"/,'-' i     '  * ,*<--     -  "' '     '  ,' The C. P. R/atNelson has inagurat-  eo a new system ' on" charging   freight  on cord wood.    It, is  now'charged'"b'y  hich adds about  itself on record ng,iinstr the one man  rule of ,Mr. Sherman4aud tOnstand'!by  the agreement entered into by Mr.  Burke and_Mr.-Lindsdy on" Monday  night. "'Seyenty seven-men "went to  -work'Wednesday morning and., over  two hundred applied "for, work" during  the day. '< As' soon -as' the ' different  minus here can be; > put in/ working  'shape all. the^men wuT^be put to " work  and tlie men;thatleft that'ca'mp'at the"  beginning of- the;i6trik9 to find ,'work  elsewhere are returning.-All incoming  trains are' loaded'' for Michel"as they  were outgoing'seven weeks ago.  The local union has disbursed nearly  $4000 in relief funds during the strike,  a like fund remaining iu tlje treasury.  . ___���.      t ,  An Excellent Scheme-  ���o  in  Van-  Granbrook Herald:'A movement is  on foot to secure au ambulance for  usebetween tho trains and the'St,  gugone hospital. As there are so  many .patients brought into Cranbrook  who are sick or injured, and there  being no way of transporting ,them to  ���hospital except iu an open wagon, an  ambulance is virtually an absolute  necessity. Subscrjption papers will  be prepared and circulated over the1  district and in town. Any person  who contributes to this fund will* be  giving something for'suffering humanity, aud there should be no trouble io  raising the money.      '  Nearly 800 ECindus^arrived  couyer lastlyednesday/'^All" but two  of those landed ..were passed "bv rthe  medical officer, these two having defective eyes were turned back and will  be"sjsntr��oEje again.= '       '   ���'-,��� ������  - - ' " ������ *   - ~    '    , __ -   i '  "'-Tlie" five .largest,vfraternitiea', in', the  United State?, reckoned by," tneipber-  ship andfrqm the largest, are the",,Odd  Fellows, Free Masons) Modern ' Woodmen of -America,- 'Knight's^of- Pythias  and Independent Order'of ijechabites.  Therepjrt of the Consolidated Min  ing & Smelting  Company  of  Cinu'dn  for the six mouths ending June   30th,  190G, has just been-iiade public.   ,   ,  Manaiiing director AUridge's report,  in part says:     f '       ,  After, writing off.'expenses of-fneor  poj-atjon and1, $15,905 m depreciation  upor��;plarit and equipment, the opfr.ii"  ing'' profit shown- is 3-:325J8-15 93,c  From-tlii3 profit a ...special leserve of  -f2p,000 has-"been prov'de'd, and two  dividends amounting, to $231,1)10 have  been paid leaving a rbalance ' nt<>credit  of pr'o?t and lots of JFJOJjIM 93   '  S,t.'Eugen.e, ore mined, ��1,906 tons  (concen'trates,,15,-197<lonO'; values'- extracted, 'sifver,',^],��,08J- ounces;- lead  rr.299'619 pounds, ��'o.f total value'.  $793,609. ''On the St. Eugene the discovery of a new, cross shoot.' 'kno^yu as  'Fourth Aveuup, connecting tbo^ main  and south vein3,' will probably prove  to be'the'most valuable find made dur.  ing the pis months-at, that' property^  During that time 6333 feet>waa driven.  Ono or two ' engineers are^ k^pt in  the field-looking Uip nev properties',  and it is hoped that other promising  properties in ������ there distnGtS' 'will be  secured. ' '    '��� ,    "     '        .'-''.,  Lack of3space prevents .publishing  ffce report as we-wish to do, - 'All'c.of  the properties, of > the 'company have'  made good showings, as was also the  case with the smelter at Trails  No, don't get alarmed. YiVrc not trvink  to corner ' the grocery  inaket.' \Yo si-n-mi-  want ^to  attention  minutes   and direct? it  to   ti    corner   in   oui"  store���the corner that contains all tlie  BREAKFAST FOODS. ^    ?  We have spared 'no pains in the selection of  tjiese foods-; and \ve-can givefryou just what ypu  want, rn qualityUiey'roail on a level with our  other fine groceries, * -'  ona  ZEZ33��S2ZZS*fZaifZi&5&&f^^^^ ,  LOCAL  NEWS.  J.* W. Fitch   received 'a  '  ���- 'r  carload  of  groceries from the.east this week.  " ���- ������     . *   i     i>  , liev. G. H. Fin'dlay made his regular  Big Wages in "Butte-.  ,',, Nome has' a populaiion of 3,500 and  is growing rapidly. .The beach diggings are giving excellent returns."  Acaotig th8 new' buildings in that  uprthern city is an-$i8,0QQ Masonic  temple and a $30,000 structure for the  Eagles. ''    "  < . i, -  ,   J. F. Reddy of Medford, Oregon, has  secured a $250,000^bond on the Amazon-Manhattan group of properties io  the Coeur d'Alenes. The mines aro  six miles from Wallace and one mile  west of the Hercules. ��  It will coat Spokane county $3,001)  to procure a jury to try Sidney Slqane,  the boy who murdered his father soniti  two months ago. A desperate battje  will be mado to save the boy .[ronj the  gallows. The'defense has 75 witnesses.  Eighty-seven acres of land for sale.  This is a snap. For particulars, apply  to Farrell & Smyth.  Bartlett Sinclair of Uaho was a law  student with Charles E. Hughee, governor elect of New York. In^ those  days Mr.\Hughes was a great tall,  lanky fellow, with an air of supreme  confidence. His speech was absolutely free from vulgarity, hia tastes were  quiet and his intercourse gentlemanly  and cheerful. He was the best liked  fellow in the buuch,1  A PINK POWDER  iutensifiea tho beauty.   For  the  matron our   velvety   soft  powders   that  freshen    up   the  skin   and  make  it  baby like   is   what   you   want.    Face  powders here are   freo   from  harmful  and injurious substances.  .':���'"���'   ��*MADE UP HANDSOME"  is the result when   you   employ   cosmetics that are for sale   at   this   drug,  store.   To the rosy blush of^, youth.  Tfcsfr *L&Jjb&3&jteJ&&MJ*��*^ ^V^^V.^^-k.v.^  j&j4?3 'V&JS  Moyie Drug  and Stationery; Co.!^/^  Given Nine Hour Dav,  Tho carpenters, machinists and  blacksmiths working at the St. Eu-  gene were given an agreeable surprise  last Thursday when thpy were Informed that hereafter they would required to work qqly nine hours a day  instead of ten. Tho change affects  about 30 men.  All concentrates from the St. Eugene  are being sacked and will be shipped,  to Beersondheimer "'& Co , at Antwerp,  Belgium,  Sells    More     of     Ctmmborlalu'g.     Cough  Keuiccjy t-hsjn of A'jl" Others   I*ut  j Together.  ' Mr. Thos. George, a merchant at Mt.  Elgin, Ontario,says: I have haaV the  local agency for Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy evei since it was introduce^  into Canada, iin.d I sell as, much .of it  as I do of .'all other lines I' have on  my shelves put together.' Of the many  dozens sold under guarantee, I have  not had oue bottle returned. I can  personally recc.ommehd this medi ine  as I hive used it :tnyae,f, and giveu it  to nil'. "childruu and' always with .the  ts," For sale by the Moyie  Statiouory Cj.  The miner's of Butte, Anaconda and  Great Falls'have been given an uuex-  pecsed raise in wages that will mean  an add;t;on of $100,003 a month to  Butte's payroll.  The notices posted at all the large  mines were to the* elffdct that tbe  wages of all underground men would  be increased from $3.50 to ��3.75 a day  and that all men receiving .less than  $3 a day would received a day-after  November 15, when the changes went  into effect.  In each case the notices state: "This  increase is made on account of the  satisfying condition of the world's  metal markets, and it in ly be understood that the increase will stand ao  long as tbe price of ^leclroljtic copper remains over 18 cents a  pound.  This new scale will aff .>ct about 10-  000, meu in Butte, 1000 in Anaconna  and as many at Great Falls, and will  enable the, miners to earu in 11  months as much as they have herto���  fore earnlui in a year. The increase  was entirely voluntary on" the part of  the companies, for the men had njade  no request for such an  action.  Little G-iii Recovering.  Helen, tho little daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Robt. Campbell, was dangerously ill this with an af.ack ot pneumonia, anu for a timo her recovery  seemed doubtful. Yesterday, however,  she took a turn for tho better aud she  now seems to have d.issed the danger  point, to the gratilicataiu of everybody  iu town.  Tom Gavin Married-  Tarn Cavin, the popular O. P. R.  conductor of Cranbrook, was ni uried  iu Vancouver last week to Miss Elizabeth Dickerson of that city...They  will make their home in Cranbrook.  weekly trip to Creston, yesterday.  ;'Trailed Gate,coffee.    J.^ \V.  Fitch  sells it.,  , c ', '   ' , " ' ,,  Dr.'J; II. King wes up fiom Cranbrook Thursday ou professional tbusi-  ness.-  Hirold Chapman, Herb Lowes and  G. T, McGregor were down to Cranbrook Thursday.1*,        '  TheMoyio aerie, of  of  EiglesSwill  hold a meeting, in McGreSor hall  next  '-Monday (evening.     ' -   ������       \   ,   '  ..   A. "L?McDermot was up from Cran-  brook Tuesday making collections and  hustling for business..   . i ,   ,/  ,."��-,. ,,.,... . ,,.;.<  ,.,,'Services were held in the' Catholic  church last Sunday by<the Kev. Father  Ciioinelof Cranbrook.       -  f .,',.       ' '  'lEjlly Smith has returned' from-hj's  farm near'Troohu Valley,'Alberta," and  will rein'ain in, Moyie for the winter. .  ' Dave Porter went over to Mullan,  Idaho, this week to' look after some  mining property jn which he is iuter-<  ested. ���   ��� ���-  ' Hugh Cameron is breaking a span of  colts wbicn he raised ou his place at  the upper end of Moyie lake.  C "O. Deraaurez, the well know  watchmaker of Fernie,' will be at J. J.  Murphy's store in Moyie every pay  week. i     '       ' adv.  Miss. Gibson, tho insurance agent,  left yesterday for Cranbrook after a  month's soliciting in Moyie.  Rev. rW. E. Jones was up hum Qres-  ton this week to attend the anniversary celebration of the Moyie Miihod-  ist church,   ��� -  . Wanted���rA   chambermaid    and -a  aundry girl at the Central hotel.  R, J. Lennox of Rosslaud is now in  charge ot the timbering at the St.  Eugene mine, sucsaeding Joseph  Trainer,  Mrs. Mansfield of Cranbrook and  Mrv Cook of Ryan are here with Mr!  and Mrs. Robt. Campbell du.ing the  illness,of their girl.  , R. H. Stewart, geneial superintendent of the ConoolidaLed Mining &  dm��>ltiug Co. of Cinada, w.i* over  from Rosslaud this week, and returned  yes'crd.iy.  Mrs RuJd writes from Frank Alberta, that she will give au opening  d-ince at the Hotel Southern on tlie  evening of November 20th. It will be  brep to all and everyone is invited.  Albert Bernhardt, a miner working  atthcS.t. Eugene, is applying tor a  patent on (\\o inventions which he  made sinre com.ius: to Moyie. One i=  a belt which will do a-vay with the u-te  METAL   MARKET.  N'ew  York���Bar   silver, 7H   cent?  Lead, $3.15.~    ,       i  London���Lead, ��19,2s   Gd    "'  ,  ���; . OHuroh  A'hniversar-v. - ��� ,  t   ���   ���.,  The spcond anniversary of lhB"M6yi(i  '  Methodist^cluirch was   celebrated   last  Sunday by appropriate  service's,   aivl  by a- most   successful   entertainment '  Monday evening.    Both wpre   held   lathe church. ��� Sunday .the "anniversary  service was prsached by   Rev.   W. tL,  Hall of .Fernie,.and an-able and   ap-<  propnale address" it'was. "In the even'-1  Mns a solu was sung by^ the. RJv.   Mr.,,  Sowerbutts, the local p-istor.,      ' '    '   "'  Monday ev'ening" the ladies served a"  supper in the church,and a great man v -,;  people in the toA-u'took Ihi'ir 'evJnitig, ]���  meal there-   The concert   which   fol-N  lowed was indeed' a  great' treat,  anif-  ^ibe people' we're given a  better ~enter-i  'tainment by Moyje'd local'talent  than  that put up by inauy of the prufessiou.'f,  al traveliug companies   that   visit  the'  town.   Then besides the concert thero  were short tilks   by   the Rav.   W." E.  Jones, of  Crestoo,   who   officiated   as  chairman, Rev. \V. L.'II ill  6f   Fernie-1  and Rey."-Di. Wnite,  the  superintendent of missions.      Following  are   tin.  .-elections of those   who took   part   in  ttie.concert:  Mr. Sowerbutts���Son of .the  Desert;'  King of the Gypsies;   Asleep c in   the  Deep; The Sailor's  Life;  Gloria, 12lh  Mass, a violin   solo;  A'Jim'a   Fall.'��  recitation. r  Mr. T. Jones���The lloly City:   Ora  Pro:Nobis;  The Vil'liage Blacksmith.  Mr. Arthur Pijkrring���Organist.  Tue concert wda a fi.iaucial  success  and leaves the committee with a suli-  ot.iutial c'ish balance   on   haul.    Ttid  church is completely out of  debt.  Had Big Meeting.  The local lo Ige of Odd Fellows had  a big meeting last Tuesday. Seven*  teen members of Key City lodge of  Cranbrook came up in a special car  and together with the Moyie members  made a total attendance of 4.3. The  initiatory degree was conferred by tlie  home team, after which coffee, cako  and sandwiches were served. Then  there wan ,\ social session and short,  talks were maJo by rudni'wrs of bjth  lobges. Tho Cranbrook visitors ao-  turned home the same eveniii".  01 AM0NDS  e   emphasize    quality  W  of suspenders, and the other is   a bak-j\yhen Selling you a Diamond  ing pan which can bo   taken to pieces. ���   ���  B.ilh    inveutions   seem  feasible,   and  Will no doubt prove   rpmun��rative   to  Mr. Barubardt.     The  paiants   will  bo  taken out in the Stiles.  f roup.  A.reliable r/yodicino and oi;o that  should always be kpp.t. in the homo for  immediato use is Chamberlain'ViCough  Remedy." It will prevent tho attack if  given''as^ soon as the child'becomes.,  bourse, or even after tlie oniupy cough-  spae��r��.    For sale by the Movie  Driisr   t'Q!,jq���. no&*~  a.%  r  bale.  FOR SALE-���Eight  Hiiri'drecl and Ninety  shares of-elibc.k in,'the  Moyie Water Cd. Par-  tieulars may be learned  "by   applying    at    the  f-ns  A Diamond  ring   property  bought is a good asset.  When purchasing from us  you can depend upon our  judgement,"', for  quality i*  'a!.ways qui; fh-sr. consideration  , '-���  Mr. E. A! Hill   of   Moyie  is; our  ageut.' . '.-'*.  W. F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and   Graduate Optician-.     !  ..CRANBROOK, B. C.  OtBoial Watch Inspector for O.   P.-PJ.,  "  ��� Crow's_Nest Pats -Divisiyo.,'    .;  I*-:vi4iu/.i'i"* ^ii>-lM:'-ji(* ���**��!*!* ���''���';  ^ri-"��*�� ^M<*yfr,.,fi*^%yw%My*'*f. *J  ,.,-v...... ,'r*->i-������*�� V:f-('��f*in>'',T)*wl*.*t" o  J1       / i  THE LEADER, MOTOR, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  o."-,  ���'-  <  gBl>Cgrsfiar  E3aaor3fa��3nan��3raDf3  -'. ./I  3 .',,-^-,   ,    /'  .' |S-���,��gJi\iyiT, t  wia;K|Mii-iKic|Kigf-<ri^r��lgT^lv|HJ3[gjg;g!aiaj  e  BY BERTHA M. CLAY  .*>���  Author of "A W��man's Venfireance," "WbJtfli\Loved Him  Best,** "Between Iw�� Loves," "Fairy Cold," Etc.  iga��na^wlglrt��CMb-ttll>Mlgt^wlKiMmwi-ttwiKiKiKi^KliBNli(  mm  im  *8;  I-Vlffl  / .   '���W  1*   < {1ft    % -ft l."  1 !  i\  J <- �� -  ''  i  r   ti  IS *;"      "  1 J \  flf:  it'n;:  w !1 j .-���-.���  Mf  (Continued.)  , "Pardon me, Monsieur, I am aware  of it," ho said, gravely. "I came myself to���to ask you a few���questions���  to avoid scan da! as much as possible."  , "A scandal?" he exclaimed, bewildered.  ��� Marthe, pale and trembling,    came  neaier to him. She understood.    The  storm liad burst.  ' The young man's only answer was  i to diaw a carefully wrapped package  ,from his pocket. Removing the paper,  lie exhibite-1 a small' levolver, a veritable jewel, but rusty and rained.  ' ' Do- you recognize this. Monsieur?"  ' Robert took the we?pon, eyumined  it closely, and replied, calmly:    ',  "Perfectly. It was a sift' from my  mother, and here are my initials. How  does It come to be in your hands, and  in that pretty state'?" , (*  "That revolver was   found  'in   tho  forest, near the Fontaine de' Virglnle.  ' -jIt was nrought to me by a man named  Jsod6re Benoist to whom it was given  '   by a peasant. It is in'this pretty state  because since July" the 29th It has remained 1 hidden    in    the    shrubbery,  ' ( amidst the, ivy that covers tho ground  1   In that spot. The shrubbery being half  despoiled of its leaves,    the , shining  ��� metal attracted the eye of the passing  peasant. It was,found near the fork  ,of the two path-? where the body of  Can/ain Tlertrand was discovered."  "SfSovf singular!   Who    could ' have  stolen my revolver? I am(at a loss to  understand it." '���  ��     He was so sincerely0 perplexed,    so  1 far from suspecting   the   .truth, ���  that  the stranger became impatient.   ,  "Vo,i r]0 xiot seem    to    understand.  4  Monsieur," he saidp sternly. "I am a  " representative of the law, and I arrest  you for murder."' ��� a  1 Robert looked at him in stupefaction:  ���-���   '  ''Why, you must be mad!" he cried  dn- horror. '   o -<'    ,  "(Are yon not aware that for over  a month, since your .betrothral to. Miss  Levasseur, the whole country" has"  been,publicly accusing you o�� lidding  yourself, of a1 dangerous rival?",     v  "Ah!   that was  it!   But'j'ou,    Mon-  -sleur. you,'a mail of education of our  world, you know that such a thing is  absurd,  that there is no jury, stupid  ''enough to'believe that I, Robert d'An-  ., eel, ./would conceal myself in the for-  , est* andi shoot a.  man  whom I  could  challenge to 'a' duel?"       ' <���        '  "The jury might reply that the cap-  1    Lain was, a formidable antagonist, that  duels with hi,m were reputed . to    be  1 unfortunate affairs for the other party,  that you were madly,in love, and that  madmen will do desperate things."  "Yes, but  you,    a   man   rof   honor,  , would not believe    it    possible.' ,The  'truth is.' that I did have a dlcussion  ���with Bcitrand."-^  ,'And you threatened    him!    TJnfor-  '-timatelv, there,werecwitnesses to that  discussion" /      , 1 ���.  '*,  "I challenged 'him;   and  we agreed  to meet aUTrouville^at the end of the  ���week Wo were to invite a pretext for  a   duel,   that 'Miss1 Levasseur's, tamo"  ^'might not he mixed In the affair." '���  "I assure von, Monsieur, that I have  but one  desire, that is, to, obtain    a  proof of your  innocence���in which  I  am   disposed   to believe���that I  may  allow von to go. Where were you.on  that Thursdav when, it appears, Miss  L,pvasseur expected to meet you at a  friPnd's house?" >  "Whore was I?"���stammered Robert, evidently troubled. "I can not toll  you "   '  "That Is unfortunate," said tho  man, rtHiy.  Marthe laid her hand on Robert's  nrm. This simple gesture was full of  - gentle,- yet powerful protection; It,  was thp gpsfure of a woman who  loves, nnd did not escape the eye's of  tho nrofiireur."  '"What mv brother-in-law crtn not  toll. Monsieur," shp said firmly "I  shall tpll:. At thp hour Captain'Bert-  rand Is supnosPd to have been ns-  easslnatod, Rob^it was with me in tho  park. Wo mot tlipj-p bv previous engagement, as I had giave things to  say to him."  As she spoke, she gsied straight at  ihe piocui-pur, and saw that ho did  not believe her.  "Did nnvone sr>o you going thorp,  'Mn demoiselle?" ho nskod. rospoct-  fully.  "TTuluss T nm rolstnkon no ono paw  mo. T w>nt out Mi-niio-h ilin lUUo door  nf tho turrot wMph onnns nlmost Into tho pnr'c. nud whloli I nlone ur".  Thp Bpr'-nnt-'J rn---.lv n;>��i  flint tit."  "It ftr'nyoa tv>p PxPOP(lln"lv to doubt  TOIL   Mflflnmn'qnl'n���but   >f.   rl'AnCol    Is  n vcrv old frlond of vours it Is ovon  paid (1-orn w����i nncn *i oiipstlon of pi.'ir-  vlneo botivoori von TTo Is now vour  brollipv 'n l=-v. (iii'l vour nfr^^'lon for  your clptor t�� wril lrnov/n You must  =pp  tint   utiilpr tboen    plrpumot'in^ps.  Tbl<= t<> wii�� T n."' f"-f"'l to nslc for a  P��*OOf      llO^'^^^T-    I.P<rlit M  .At l^'c: ���-.r."-rtn< l},rt v(lunflTTr 1ov-  OMS vol >P /��� * 'li'i liiM, wa<q J10flr(' cn.ll-  In"'   "Ur.7.r,i.i ���    nnliPif"  rpiirt^ lo^1 Pfl nf r-n^.lj rTcTTiftrPf" r^^  tlio |!ipi|"-l-l n* -Mo i" v>-l-lr>p -i-rould  <-or-Tl 1k�� rlil-lf^l '1*0 fl^pxinlr T^'lrnPP,  tn    1    >!->���"'-   ti-",-   lilun   |rn^nMn"   rtrp's  vne'-^d   into   '*">   T-n'-m    b l'fonlng  tho  ".qc^f    1,  lifo,i    nf    l|pr   "lnv-r.^  "\T*f>ll ^ToTicVot], mon T^PT-f " qlirt  f-'-il      frolic-     "  nncf    j    Tl}~*    t'lnv    vnil"  r>n�� Tvpnld fi 'n'l'- T wt tal-in" von  n��-nv r\u* (pii ;>-n ri^ r Vmk Hi'o n  tna'-rlPd woman "In  tb's bonip*'"'  ���erwcw  Keeps your body  ���warm,   yet   lets  your skin breathe ,  -knit not_  ' woven,-  -it fits,  rdoes PEN-  ANGLE  ^Underwear.!  '/>"?/  ^Guaranteed  kAg ai nst  Shrinkage  303  y/   Tradt /yori(  ^Trade-marked in red. | In a \  fvariety of styles, fabrics and  ^prices,   for women, men and  fchildren, ^    a n d       guaranteed.  Tnen suddenly- perceiving the stranger, she turned to him and added:  "I was told tliat a iriend had come  at the last moment. But, Monsieur,  congratulaiion aie always in season."  , But her rapid, nervous babbling  stopped abruptly. Instinctively, 'she  drew near her liusliand, who encircled  her with his aria It was no longer to  her sister-,that she flew for aid and  protection/ ,  "Theie is something the matter,"  she said, in alaitn. "What, is it. I have  the right to know, I am not a child."  The officer stepped forward, aud  stood so as to" conceal Marthe fiom  her.     ,1  . I ani sincerely giieved, Madame, to  disturb you at such a time," he said,  "but it is indispensable that I should  question M. d'A-iicel concerning the  murder committed July last."  -"Ah!'is that all!" cried Etlinee. recovering from her vague terror. '"Then  you have found the assassin? How lor-  tunato!���I have ,a horror of those  mysterious crime's. Wd|I, I- suppose'  Robert, has ans-rt-ore/1 your questions;  let us go now;. Tho carriage is waiting  aud we must' not miss the train."   .  "Will -you allow me to ask you- a  few questions?" ' ''  '  "Yes, hut, I warn you, I have little  to tell."     ��� "  "You  expected  to meet  M.  d'Anccl  on that day at the Manoir?"  "Yes, hut Ho did not come."  "And your slsU'r   did    not    accompany 3'OU?"       _ ,        '      a  ",N6; poor, Marthe had a* sick head-  'ache. I left her lying, well, wiapped  up, on a couch1.. Oiii my'leturn I found  her iust as I had left her. She told me  she had slept."       " ' v       '   ���  "You do not think tshe went out  while you weiVgone?"  "Certainly'not1    she    could    hardly  raise cher head. When  she has  those  spells she is perfectly helplqss." ,  .   "And yet," said Marthe,   im a   lpw  voice, "I w;ent down inio���thc park."   '  "Why did you not mention, it?"    '  "."I did,not think of it���" stammered  Marthe. l .  '  ' The young biide,looked fromtpne to  the other and hei- tenor returned, she  began to tremble. <��� ,  , "Robert, tell ni.e���what is it?" she  said, imploringly. "Why do .we not  go?-We are man led, we are going on  our wedding tilp,"over there, where  the sun is still -warm. It is' so cold  here, I am sniveling���'\.  He tried to smile to reassure her,.  To . him, nothing, existed ' hut this  pretty  girlish ,facft.  "Do not he alauned, my darling," he  said, tenderly. "CTJiere is some misunderstanding which will soon he cleared up. I shall be obliged to accompany  this gentleman and explain 'certain  facts relative to Uioj murder."  '"But,,'what aie you thinking- of?"  she said, a'stounded.' "It "would be the  most ridiculous thing in' the world.  You will- answpr those questions on(  our return.",      r -  UnmindfuK of tlie presence of the  two witnesses to this scene, she clasped  her arms,,lovingly around her 'husband's neck, as it to keep possession  of him and teai 'him from those who  would part them.   '  v  "Madame, I aw truly sorry," broke  in the official, "but time presses A  levolver, bearing your' husband's initials, and which he ^admits as being  his, has been found near the spot  where Captain Bc;trand was murdered."  Edmee trembled a little more violently, but her arms did not release  their hold.  "What does that prove?" she asked  bravely. "Marthe and myself have  been how easily one could jump from  tho garden into Robert's room. Some  criminal stole his revolver, it is evident. I don't suppose vou mean to accuse Robert of such a crime'"  As, no one ausweied, the truth  flashed upon her and she uttered a  piercing shriek. They were then taking  Robert nwdy as" a prisoner. This was  the dreamed-of, wedding trip they  wore to take together through Italy,  the land of lovoi-s.   ,  Robert gently disengaged    the    de  tabling  arms  of  his  young  wife  and  turned to Marthe, saying imploringly:  "Take her, Marllie;   take good care  of my poor little wife���" J  For herself, for Maithe whose distressed featmes betrayed a thousand  times more anguish than the fiighten-  ed lace of the pretty bride, he had  not one word of consolation.  "You will explain to my mother and  console her,",he added, simply. "It  will be a matter or a few days only I  am leady, Monsieur."  Bur you shall not go, I will not let  you'���" hhiieke'l Edmee, struggling  in her sister's arms as the two men  went out quicltlv.  Maithe was obliged to care for the  giil hi hie who h.tnl: on the sofa in hy  stones, console the disliacted mother  who would listen to no explanations,  and foigot her o-.Mi pain until some  bonis later, when *,ho finally found  loiiure to wiihdutt- to lior own 100m,  le.uing her exhausted .sister sleeping  calmly like a child utter the nervous  <:t isib.  To savti Robeit she had ncknowlcd  god thoii rendezvous, which he, even  moie than beiself, was iiiiMous to ke< p  a sc-ciet And she had not been believed Her woid, which I .ad ne\er been  doubted, had not sufficed���pi oofs weie  d'-mrindod fiom  her1  Wheie would she find them? She  felt quite sine tln't no one had seen  them���that the letiied place wheie  she bud met Robot t on that d:iy was,  always, solitary. All1 how often when  trying.to do good, we commit imprudences fnore redoubtable than crimes,  if Robert, had attended the garden  party on that day, no one would have  dreamed of suspecting him.  She paced nervously up and down  the room, unable to rest, not even  blinking.of finding ���oblivion in sleep.  Her eyes mechanically wandered to  her secretary, and she remembered  that on that day she had confided her  sufferings'to'her ..alary.  Suddenly she stopped as if turned  to marble and clutched a chair to keep  from falling. The officer's words rang  through her ears: "A proof���however'  slight."  That proof was there, locked in the  secretary:  Falling,on her knees, she burled  her face in her hands, repeating wildly: "No, no, my God! I can not, I can  not!" . -    . ���   ���'    ���  CMAPTBR XTTI.  Silence and  despair succeeded   joy  and happiness at tlie chateau. .Edmee's  gvief was a curious mixture of secret  anpri^r and neivous Irritation, and she  shut heiself in her joom, lefusing tc  eat, talk or be comforted. Fiightoned  at he idea of returning to her home  alo fa, Mine. d'Ancel still remained  the.e, unable to act or do any thine  but weep and pray. In the first hour  of their trouble, Marthe had gone io  her old friend, the Marquis, <who received her with oustretched hands  and eyes full of sympathy.  "Yes, my, dear Marquis, I know you  are sorry for us," she said, sadly. "Bui  we need something more than pity  You told nie to come to you in my  troubles, and I have come,1 , We are  nothing but helpless women, and you  must come'to, our assistance. Act for  us, defend poor Robert's honor! We  must���I shall���save him.'  -  "Don't bo alarmed, my dear child  No jury would condemn him on meie  village gossips and the finding of a  j pistol. If he were guilty, his first  thought would have been to clean the  revolver and, replace it in its customary place."s ���    r   <  "The case may ho dismissed. But ii  the real criminal is not found in time,,  or,',' here her voice faltered���"or if'  some irrefutable proof of his inno  ceuce, is not produced, he will always  remain under the banyof, this monstrous accusation. Many people will  shrug their shoulders, muttering:  'Who knows?'���arid this,must not be.  Robert must come out of this trial free  from all suspicion. He has before him  a beautiful life of useful work and  happiness, and that life must not be  saddened, wrecked, at ,its opening."  , "I will leave for Paiis' in an hour,"  said the Marquis, looking at his watch.  "1 shall see a lawyer well vciscd in  such matters, and shall obtain permission to allow Mine. ''d'Anccl and  Edmee to visit the prisoner! Is that  what jou wish me to do?" e 1 '  n "Yes. And above all, let all possible  researches be made for the'guilty man.c  I need not add that no expense should  be spared," , < ,  , "I will not conceal from you. Mar-"  the, that I feai\J,tho preliminary examination will not throw much'light  on the matter. 'Researches ,,were  made at the time of the'muider, but  without result. The crime was not discovered until sixteen or eighteen hours  after it was committed. Havre is not  \ far," and, many ships sail-from 'then,  every day.>/r,he murderer was \v;ell  provided with money, since he robbed  his victim, and 'we might'' "as" well  search for a 'needle in a (bundle. '<of  stiaw. No, my dear child, <wa must  place our hopes in the, skill of '> our  lawyer and the irreproachable inteced-  Vlents of your brother-in law." -   ���  Marthe left the TVlarquis, 'who had  barely, time" to catch1 the tram. ' She  had done all that' she could, ,and all  that remained now was to. ,wai't and  Impart some of. her "own courage to  those who depended on her. Ah I if she  could only act and forget, 'if only tor  an instant,-the sacrifice^she-might be  called upon to'make! , ,*  She did not dare open'J her diary;  she did not' dare 1 ecall what she had  wiitten. She knew, however, that in  the abandon of he'r absolute security  she bad related her. struggles, her  most secret thought's, her love, "her  sad love, "which she had alwa'ys, concealed with so much care, and which  alas! was written there between two  'sobs. She, whose only aim had been  to" conceal her secret!  And, this sad secret would; become  the prey of a public ever greedy foi  new sensations, w;ould be laid bare  to the curiosity sof all.\Edinee would'  know tho truth, ^'and Robert" would  -learn that she liad' loved him. that  she stifl loved him!f- No, no, it could  not be! She could never consent to it!  The. soul Jiad its mo'dcsty>as well as  the" body^and-she 'could ,not lay it  bare, not even to save a beloved being!  But she tried to escape fiom these'  thoughts. The- murderer would be  found; no money ,would be spared 'to  discover him. Money spent lavishly  sometimes achieved astonishing results. The Marquis, had promised to  see what could be done. ,     K  The affair attracted a great deal, of  attention. Not only because the uaccused belonged to an, 'aristocratic  family, a man already renowned for  his works, but the circumstances of  his arrest added much piquancy ,of  tho story.  The newspapers related the 'affair  in their own way. It was known that  the young wife was the daughter of an  actress whs had long been the delight  of elegant Paris. Many anecdotes,  more or less true, weie turned Into  sensational articles. The victim's  biother suddenly becar-e an important  personage. A portrait of him was le-  pioduced, which bore but little resemblance, but which was, nevertheless, very pathetic, representing him  as weeping over this younger brother,  vowing vengeance and calling loudly  for justice. M. Bertrand ended by entering into the role with which ho was  invested, and persuading himself that  his apathy was onlv feigned! and that  he had suspected Robert at the very  fiist interview.  Few newspapers were received at  the chateau, and Marthe would have  liked to suppress them all; but Edmee, on the contrary, sent for them  in quantity, read everything and  worked herself into au indescribable  state of rage.  Then, when the excitement over the  matter had somewhat died out, while  awaiting the trial, the silence seemed  still more unbearable. She complained  of not knowing what was going on,  and, in snke of his zeal, accused the  Marquis of acconinli��hine nothintr.  (To be  continued.)  The  Ui ��-ry  'Heaven  IS  IT BECOMING?  should   -*iii��iy  <<>  leu    \V.tun-n  .���rtic-l��   of  rio'l.iii-J.  (Lie u iiiiju who ihii'Us  Jit*  n'li  ,ite-.,'i hijiutA-^" ;*  is.uotonlj -.nil. I'Ul "'�����'���*��� "V , -  of a contributor 10 tin- London I.a<U<">  Held This vwiter dihue.- on tlie ah-  MirdUy ot .my uoi.mu l-iuonW ft  can alloid to he independent of itr  clotbcsortli.it mon ������never l.m>w -Uini  a woman litis on." mImi-vci- they inny  snv to tlie c-onti iry. '  ������Theie ih no doubt." as she acknowl  edges, "Our men aie genuinely sincere  Iu making tin. assertion and really < 0  beMeve in their own iinlili'orom-e to  such palfiy a< cessories to feminine  charms'as hats and ehifloiis. But every  woman knows In her he.nt the su'out  part dntlie* play '�� her lite, and so long  as men per^t m falling ju Uve only  with well diessed women it is useless  for them to proclaim the relative unimportance of such matters  "A well dres'-ed woman need not  necessarily be expensively dressed���nt  any rate, froiu'Uie male point of view,"  ��� sagaciously continues the author, "and  1 where women uiiilce ihoir mistake i.s in  assuming that it is enough for clothes  to he merely beautiful or merely  smart. The really vital question for  every woman in reference to every hat,  gowii, coat or fur she buys i.s or ought  to be, 'Is it becoiiiiiin?'  "Life, indeed, for a woman must always He more or less n question'of ;>P  pea'rnnce, and'none  is so good or so  beautiful or so intellectual that she can  nfTord to be dowdy?   The ait of Urc*s-  . ing and of making the most of her own  weeks.     The'food health I''had en-) appearance, far from being a sign of  'joyed,-was .slipping  away  and   there j supreme, feminine folly1,, as many poo-  developed a complication of diseases, i p]o w0ll|a i,ttVe us believe, is in reality  MR. ALFRED PLEAU.  Pc-ru-na Strengthens  the Entire System.  Mr.,Alfred Pleau, an, expert machinist, 173 St. Jqhn, Street, Quebeo  City,' Canada, writes: '    ,        ,  , "Two years ago, an accident necessitated "mv   confinement   for several  My physician said my case was one of  general, debility."        *',    '   .^  "Among  the many ailments  which  developed was a serious attack'of ca-,      <v~,  ": ",     .   0   ;',,������,���  tarrh, which"annovod me consider- | appearance., who is too hr/.y 01 too eon-  'ablvand kept'me awake whole nights. ! <?'tea��� to take.jmy trouble with her  *l   decided  to  give   Peruna   a  trial ���'< clothes andrwho thinks It does not mat-  one, of the"most important arts 11 woman can master. 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'    ��   -  /The accompanying cut of a china  t closet is'prescnted ns one of the'most  convenient atrangemout's that can lie-  devised. -/The whole^closet may have  aLdoor or a I curtain to shut It hi from  the .outside; but probably the most nt-  tractiye'and convenient plan would be  a dainty curtain sliding on a brass rod'  and, covering  only.''the  fronts  of  tli#  -v  sis'** tsvi  A mew boat  for the depaitment of/  laibwnys and canals will  be built in'  t'eteiboiough this winter, and will be  used next season, it is stated, on the  Tient  canal.        ,  Slitpn.  ship  The first shfp was brought from  Egypt to Greece ty Qanaus in UR3  B. C. The first double decked ship was  built by Tynans TSfi B. C.  Are You a Japan Tea Drinker ?  IF SD, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR  OEYI���Or*  OREEN TEA.  ST IS ABSOLUTELY  PURE AMD FAR  DELBDIOUS THAN JAPAN  Lead     Packets    Only,    40c,    50c,     and' 6O0    per    lb.      At   all  Qrocers.  Itlw   Order.  "Waller, bring uie some Iodoform  soup, a germ proof 'steak and some  sterilized potatoes."        ,'       ;  "Yos, suh. What'U you have to  drmk, &11I1?"    ��� ' 1  "I 'guess I'll have a cup of antiseptic  lea. Aud. by.tlic-ivay, tell' the" bar-  l.eop to llx me a llsteriue cocklall^for  an appetizer.'/-      "'       L ,,",',  , Stain n Hide.  ''"?',0n mrlh M JO" get itito tbl,  awful fetateV" , u  - '"Don't "tell the railroad autliontSeg  ma'am, but I came on a frc-jght ttaiu.-  l)��bb'i'��   ISxiilnnutiun.   - ,.(  Teacher   (sternly)���What   were   you  luugbins'at, ^tobert?  ,"     . , lf  Bobby-1"  wasn't   latighln', - ma'am.  My complexion puckered, that's" all.   -  ,    ��        '      Tied;  ' ,Hc led her to Hip altar;'  - "Twas rneioly Ut roi tit  ,,110 ]fd���hcr to IK ,i!ur  Bl���� led liiiii allci   Ui.il,  PW>CfcAD  'M  rmn  ���REDUCE YOUR INSURANCE  MEmLLi^RODFmG e?  Ji^vSS^llMITeo!::': >���      ~'i  TORONTO &WINNI PEG  ,    > ; ,   ,-  llEWSO]  AMHERST.  c> Tliis brand,-on'; a- suit'^or^  piece' of f'v tweed"; guararifees'^  - PURE .WOOL. -.   : <���   -^ ,. ��   /., \  Womaflly^eakflessK  ,   �� * - 1      -    ,      *  *~ *'.' V"  ^is< promptly .relieved by B^cchamV*  , Pills. .They never, fail.   Special di-1  ''rcctions tb females-. with,-eac!i-box. '  ' Depression,   .siclo headache,   back-   ���  ache, .paleness and' nervousness 'all ���v1.-  disappear after^ using ''  ^   j ���'.' >~    v  a-  ' fo- _''  Sold' Every where.  'In boxes 25 cents.  ��,v  i -      Shaving.  Few nations have iai?ed shaving to  the dignity of a religious1 ceremony. In >  the Koran there is no mention of shaving atall, yet the Mohammedans shaved their heads in the same maimer as  the Hindoos.  Two Years Abed ���"For eight years I  suiTered as no one ever did with rheumatism; for^two years I lay in bed; could  not bo much asi feed myself. A triond recommended .South American Rheumatic  Cure After three doses I could Bit up.  To day I am as strong as ever I was"  ���Mrs. John Cook. 287 Clinton street, Toronto.-^ ���.,  " A  Peeress  and  a Carpenter.  Lady   Amherst,    of Hackney,   England, is veiy skillful in all  kinds of  oinamenlal'woodttoik, and i.s a'mem-  bci of the Carpenters' Company.  Minard's Liniment  Cures Burns, etc.  l.ipton ii sine t<S uicc fot Amoiici  r-up in 1008 is the declaiatiuii made, by  j ,'U'lit-meu  m   New   York.  m.-iiiiiitn   In   Europe.  Peanuts grow in l.u-ire ttaianlitics on  the 1101thwest cb..<l of Africa, but are  known there as ground nuts. They are  dug up by the natives and bartered  with the European traders Tor merchandise, tobacco, etc., at many places  on the Ganilj'n rncr and atteru'iuu  snipped in steamer loads to Uuiope.in  ports, principally lo Marseilles.  Mad  in Cannd-j  and Sold  by  DrusTKistu  This ooupon is good for ono ten  cenc (10o.) Trial Bottle of the ooln-  bratod  Dr. Leonhardt's Anti-Pill  a sure onre for Indiffflstion. Bllio����-  ne-is, Oj-spep^ia, Constipation and  all atlm-ints ai-isiiiK thi-refrcm.  Malted free, In a plain paoknsfe. ��n  receipt ef name and address. Kill  in y.,ur n��ino and post offle'e addruss  on dottea line   and send to,  THE W1LS0N-FYLE CO., Limited,  Niagara Falls, Gnt.  Canada's western cattle tiarle 25  yea is ago was 25 head; to-day 750,000  cattle, horses and sheep uie being  pastured.  6j6a  The  Uiril'H  TJI11   Will   Locked.  A curious bird tragedy Is told about  in the London Kield. A man found a  yellow hammer dead in his yard at  tlie loot of ti wall. The bird had flown  agonist it with such force as to bo  stunned. Not only that, but the upper  mandible had been bent back, and In  the straightening out the sharp point  was drhen down through the lower  bill und locked, thus dooming the bird  to death by stai vation. Tho man sent  the head to the Kield. A good many  simil'ir .���Kcldents have been recorded,  butiit �� as alu :u s a heavier bird, whose  weight made the springing of the bill  easier.. A good many of the birds were  found in "a starved condition, showing  tbat they died lingering deaths from  want of'food.; Birds'that fly against,  the lighthouses'have ..the skuil bones  crushed and die instantly, but others  arc stunned only.      ���'.','.-"'  HAjnDl'CIIIXA CLOSET.  ojien shelves." ^fiie'tbp shelf has glass  doors to shut it in. since ou this shelf  are placed the dishes least commonly  used. The open shelves have different  heights to accommodate all sizes and,  shapes of dishes. Tho two small drawers are lined aud arefnr table silver,  napkins In their rings, etc. The large  drawers contain laundered table linen.  If the whole opens into the kitchen on'  ono side aud into the dining room on  the other, with drawers pulling both  wny��, it will ho found still more'eon-  venicnt.    j  A   Tea Tulile Accompaniment.  A woman ivhoic afternoon tea Is always served twiti\ exceptional daintiness has in addition to her tea table a  tiny hanging cupboard in which Uie tea  table furnishings are kept. This cup-  hoard, which matches 'the table itself,-  is in mission stylo nnd is furnished  with glass doors.' Behind these tho  little cups, saucers and other ueces-  saiies are kept free of the dust^lepostt  which is so often found on the best  (mentioned tea tables. The possessions  are safer, too, less subject to accident  from the brushing or an incautious  skirt or the frlskiugs of the household  pet. Across Ihe table lies a pretty  runner embroidered in art uouveaii  style on which is placed the heating apparatus, electrical, by the way, and the  kettle, nothing else. Ihe little cup-  board Is swung where it will be witliiu  reach of the hostess' hand as she sits to  pour the bover-tgo. the cups being  reached for one by one ns needed.���  Philadelphia Press.  No doubt you'll need �� -.  TOWER'S  fish' brand  i SUIT of SLICKER  '"^ this season. "- , <���  Make no mittalte ��� it's the kind  that's guaranteed to keep you diry  and comfortable In the hardest  storm.' Made In Tllack or Yellow.   Sold by all reliable dealers.  TOWER CANADIAN CO.,  LIMITED,  TORONTO, CAN.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  ���'  . ,   The  ���Wiihu'n   Wait,*,  The- waist of.a wasp ��� SJnon-Boi,;  both In natural liwtory and rn��4ilon fo  'Bligulneas. No insect has Su Snffl ,  ���connection be'tween 'the ilium-: audu!  abdomen. . ,, , ���   ,  *'    .   *    Fireplace In a Pw,  ' In tho^ancle'nl' p-lrlaij rlnurh. of Col.  t^jirooko.^ Norlh:iiiiiiti����i��)ijr', u to h,  ,se"'en"an p|il"'famlly <pu,^  -i/',b a ,1^.  plica. t,,   " �� '  Y5T -.V'   -   **  :p}b]d CufT  -i^h^l lw   <tt 50  y>;' Beginning "at \$ 4 Diamond  .- x Hall has a vast arrayrof solid  1 "gold -Gutr"Links���made by  ���the store's own skilled gold',,  smiths/'"1'1 ' ���*  -J'-*7' Notable value is found in  ;' our'$5.50 pair of 14k. Gold,  '-' dunib ' bell  shape, suitable  ,'ror monogram; ana our Cat',  .u'aldgiie pages   show  many  others.  1-    Articles are sent post tree,  J -'  -"     I't ��*  X oh course. -  ���<'",'r','.   , ' "  r,     - t^ Droi ��jr a L'pertml pard ��%<& vt witt  ttitdy*u frrc of cha  irated c*tml*cv*.  11  hargt 4Ur tarlt illu*  i<>  '/"*?,7- 'IToioifGor.Oiit.'  i? 1  m  '4  ��� J.5I  . -a r  -%\  f~n L  It!  :i\  -<r(,r  she  "Yon still  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant care m  FsJl and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Sriiloh'*  Consumption Cure, tlie Lung Tonic, - and  what it has done,for so many ? It is said  lo be the only reliable remedy for' all  diseases of the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. Itiiguaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell -,.,  sniif.oti  This remedy should be in every household.  UN   l.<-Hflmi.  A woman who had divorced her husband met him efter many jcars.  '���Have    you  1 married    agmn?"  asked.  Tlie man shook his head.  "Ah!" sighed tlie woman  love, me."  "No," said the 'man. "I love-'uiyself"  lie was asked to 'explain.-.  "Bondage taught .mo the value of  freedom." lie replied. - "I am,answerable now only to .myself. I come when  L please, go when I please,-do-what I  please and need not make explanation. I no longer divide my pleasures  by two or multiply-my. worries by the  same number, tf|lat I earn |s mitle  and, when) I contemplate its possible  reduction, 1 nccd fear for myself alone  I have no great joys, but then I imve  no great sorrows."  ;'Aiid love?" Inquired the woman.  mJ, '"r.'.0 h��Cn u,iliT,ei--" nnswered the  maii.-Ch.anning I'ollock hi Show.  For Northwest  '  Winter "Wear  there  is   no  other Underwear' like  \* ~  UnshrinKabie  lerwear  "Warm enough to defy the  most severe blizzard  ���yet not too heavy for  comfort.  Made in all weights ant  sizes   for all   climates and  figures.    ��� u  Insist on having StanHcItl's.  After Labor, Recreation  Travel   Is   the  Acmo  Recreation.  ImiiKinntloni  Mrs. Boreln-f-^lniaglnationi What Is  Imagination? ^ ,s  Mr. liorolng-It Is that faculty mv  dear which makes men bcHevo that  marriage is bllss.-jUdge  When   you  travol  scciuc  best' ill''equipment,   cniidoi 1,  and sufcty, and use the  Northern  :,;-:;.Railway.  Medicine  Alad�� for  Mothersuse  Liniment  For Internal and External use.  Cures croup, colic, cramps,  coughs, sore throat, burns,  bruises, bites and any soreness.  ,-25and50cts. At all dru*nfisls.  I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Miss.  Excursion   rates   this.��� �� "^  in   every, direction. '".' '  South   and  West.  ���.Make    011  wants- known- to; any / "' itl  inn' Northern agent, wl'  "be-ghi'd   to furnish  the b.H^  inforination,   or  write  GEO.  H. SHAW,  Traffic -Manager,      Winnipeg-  f ,)  MfiPiW  "W^ sirasspwsap  THE LEADKK. MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  SUCCESS  IN  DAIRYING.  It la Uie SniuII I.eaUx That Canse tfa��  , I'ullurpn.  Little   lealis   in  the   dairy   are   the  cause of every   failure  in  the dairy.  The man  who  nuns  bis business  by  1 bouie wild -.future can justly, lay all  the blame to a spirit of gambling.   He  BENEFITS THE WORLD.  Bileans,    that   great   gift  which Canada has received  from her sister colony across  the Pacific, is being more and  more keenly appreciated here  The''fact  that  Bileans   are  , being looked up  to  as  the'  .safest and surest and most  perfect family medicine of the  ' day. is due), to the many dis-'  ' tinctions   existing   between  -Bileans    and    old-fashioned  medicines- Bileans occupy the  Jc^amCoo^nasTYiiw w ���>   ,->   foremost, place as a cure for  & fltisTRi*n��.; , , biliousness.conttipation,piles,  sleeples*ness, indigestion, headache, dizziness, and all stomach and  b0^r^0I^iaaT1s are purely .vegetahle. Thoy' contain' none of the  -Jj j p3 fl ns ta?r, ury", calomel, bismuth, etc ,) such as are found in  ^eolcer pill's- They are r rep'ared'from a formula altogether, unique, ,  Ind iids��e-s'ng' a strictly natural action on the system. ,They do not  Jrive weaken or pufgo. ���They suit .younp and old.- They promote  d,6Rt on-give-tone'to the walls of the stomach'and .bowels  biace UP tho, tired- nerves and- "Bt.xntfate,the-liver. Equally  to' Uie housewife in' the' home, the - 'daujhter 'engaged in the  o-Tk9 or store..and .the farmer, BilJans are; an indis.ensable .bconi,  If you have nob alro,4dy'trled"'thi3 successful m-dicine the piopriet-rs  want you lo do so at,tLelr expense."��Bead the'coupon below.  SWggish Uy^]'Xm^pd^"^i^^��pi)on Cured.  The 1�� i er'rulos the bodrADIIeniiH rule thellve'r. '-vA sluksrfhli "ver in my case led  ,o conn i* lion �� nd indigestion?-' -ay* Mr* Frances Greene, of Karl St., Kingston (Out.)  ii i r- i dull and sleepy, hart' no'encrjry whute'ver for, work, and every now and imaln  11. mU b.id HtUck of hlliou'Jnes*. .The food I,.��te ��eeme(Uo Ue'heayy on my stowaoh  md dlil m'e no Kood.Ml h��d'"Wind and oratnps In the stomach and, bowels from the  )��,<} d*roinpo-lnK."Th�� co,����tipatton was so bad that m^bowel* had to be forced at  ', k-1. ionise. All .'kind', "of .medicine- 1-t.ied, but notliliiK did mo any last ng Rood  "... j ���ot Hlleani. ,'1 biivo never found anything to equal theni for constipation, llvor  ud Muiaoli troubie..7They sooii,"begmn to dp>.e-'Kood ajid^.rthe^nd cured mo  mnce then I feel Wc�� R different woman.'; I^ambrlichtand buoyantin spirit*, not dull  M^IoeW-^lu'ed.'tobe.-a have Kot;my enow and>ctlvity;back;, and. in fact.  al|myallracnUhave"yieldotLtoBileanfi." -       ���"      '-    *   '      '  ^  uie ui.ime to a spiru ol gamuiiuj;. ,11c siuerauie nsniug. *���-** ��������������� �������-���~-  ; has got Uie disease called "get 'rich Tennis and golf were unknown to us.  ' quick,"  -which   has  been the pin   of    croquet was decoroubly played.   Driv-  j thousands in this money made age and    - -  -'��������  -<"H-.wwo.fi  to 111*  j has nothing to do with the, business he  i is regularly following.   When it cornes  to ti lifelong occupation like that'of  dairying   we   must  make  preparation  for stopping all the leak*, we can and   ������ ���������     thus add to the profit o'f our work. , <-" { youth "flew kites," played marbles and  I The trouble with most of us is 'that Avujppe(j tops, Among their elders,  ! we overlook, don't see, these ( small however, there was a mincing, artifl-  | leaks that make such a large total , cial ftttitude toward all outdoor sport  ! when added nip at the end of the sea-,; wmcll foun(j its fullest'expression in a  , son's work, says Home and Farm.   To f' ...m^   ���<- r-mnnrt or a sentimental  i begin with, most of our dairymen are  J SPORT   IN AMERICA.  1 ������������  ���  Tar   CJiusme   That   JIa*    Come ��� Since  I tlie   Wur   BeHiw n   the   S��at��*��.  Before the civil war we Americans  had few outdoor pastimes. There was  some fox hunting in tlie south, some  shooting in the north. There was considerable   fishing,  very   little   angling.  Croquet  -   -    -  ing aud riding were restricted to the  few who could-afford the time and expense. One - or two cricket elevens  struggled for existence. There were  no bicj c!es, no motors, of course, only  an absurd velocipede or two.   Extreme  '. not equipped for detecting these1 leaks.,  ! For Instance, one has often beard that  ( hay cut when too, old has lost a con-  I siderable portion of its feeding nutriment���that is, when the horses'or cows  quadrille, at croquet or a sentimental  sailing expedition under the calmest  of skies:       , "-&==-  " However, even then we bad yachtsmen���naturally corollary of our superb  commercial   navy���and  we   had  good  ���sent���that is, wfen me norses-oc ��;���� i101.seg an<i were breeding better ones,'  eat it they do not get as much benefit ; ,tntUwe bv inheritance were a nation  from it as if it had been cut several    * .     '   har.dicd a rifle properly.  $5,000 �����ft:s  person who prov��M th&t  Sunlight Soap contains any  'injurmus chemtca1* or any  furm of 2<3ult��ration.  is equally good with hard or soft water.  If you use Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight way (foilow directions)  you need not boil nor rub your clothes, and yet' you will get better  results than with boiling and hard rubbing 'in the old-fashioned way.  As Sunlight Soap contains no injurious chemicals and is perfectly  pure, ,the most delicate fabrics and dainty silks and laces may be  washed without the slightest injury.  ���  s Lover  Brothers   Limited, Toronto    lt  Your money refunded  by the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you find any  cause for 'complaint.    ,  ��s��  FIND  OF  INDIAN   RELICS.  BltEANS, ARC*'A CERTAIN CURE, f OR :   ',Vi  ^ilenilschc, [n<ll|f��itlon, nursing in the -head, dUzln-sn, ,  fuliiru oIler'c��tiiil)r���aneinia; loss o'f ambition,.piles,(ulcer.. .  tkbilitOiier; trouble, -pimples.- ,bad^ breath, eruptfon.,-  rhtumatiein, ronstlpatlon.-'feinal*- aliments and all Jhe^and  stomach diHordcri; ObUiriaUle from all dnixirlsts at 60 cents  alt��-<, or ufran receipt of price posti>aid( from,the,' Bslean ,  ' pa, 58 Oolborne Street; Toronto.    Six boxes tor $2.50.'^     r   ,  FREE"  Send' this   coupon   and   a.  'one cent stamp to the Bilean-  .Co:J, 68 Colborne St.,Toronto  at once lor a uniple box of,s  Bileaiu.   Oon'l miss this.,  ,  W.  Nl  U.    No.'    510,  J6  ,*  ���   '' (*.. <        '-  ,-a. Proof ^Positive."^ -*-;1 < 'i  iliine������ But, papa," how/do'you' know  |at it wis a "stork--that brought 'usx  he new, babv?', '�� "-r. 'Vs-;.'-,' ,1 >.i ,5 -f  il'iiija--Because,'my dear',,I just saw  Is ,bilL���\yoman's>Home Gomparnon.  hVot a Nauseating Pill.���The .excipi-  nt of a'pilKis tlie'.substnnce'ly'mch  -molds the'ingre'diei'its and .makes up.  Bie pilPmass: -That,.'-of .Parmelees  fe^'plnble Pills is so-compounded'as  3 ljie.=erve their moisture,-,and-.they  Ran he carried into any latitude without impairing their strength. iMany  fill-, in order to keep thenl from ad-  lenne are rolled,in powders, which  fifour nausenting to', the taste, lar-  fc.ulee's Vegetable Pills are so pre-  Saicd tbaV'they are, agreeable to the,  lioot delicate."- -"   '  t\      , -  . The William Snyder took away 380,-  BO11 bushels of .wheat- in one load from  lhe Foif William cieyators, the ro-  lowl cargo out of Thunder bay. The  i-s'jro was worth $250,000, and the car-  |vn.i2 lee was $9,600.  $100 REWARD $100.    ; -  J Th. r.Rier. of this paper Till bo ploasod to learn  It.t th��r�� li at lna��t ono drenilfHl d.-ca.e that solance  la. fewa'ah!- to ouro In  all Its -tacw. aud Uint 1.  f.tarrh.    Hall's   Catarrh '. -re la the only  POslllrt  luronow known to tho mo.l.cal fraternity,   ^atarrli  ;���ni , con��tltulional-rti-ca>o.  requires a con��t'<.��-  Zal tr-.tn.eut.- Hall's Catarrh "buro la^tak.aln-  :.,Vall,,  aotlna direetly'0.1 the blood and    wncous  urfanM ot tho syatem. thorohy dostroj n* "���""I-  auou ot thn di-rasa. anil sivlnc the patient "tranain  S> bulidfnK UP the qon-tltutlon and awlstln�� "atiire  Sn Jolnj It, work.   The   proprietora ti������� ���.uc��  pa'lli I�� it. ourattve power- that they offer Ono Hun  *sred Oollar. for any caso thal-lt falls to oore.   bena  tor l.atof teitlmontal*.   -    *~  Ia liir�����; T. J. CHENEY: <t Co.. Toledo. O. u  Kold by dntsirtflta 76c.  Talc. Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  l< *i  .lV'r'. - ?' ^ Gorky Fable. ' " " ���  The-Berliner Tagebl^tt, in aii uVlicle  onr Gorkv'sV poverty;" says:���' Gorky  and -'Madame 'Andrtvewa' sailed under  the name <of Jlr.' andvMrs.. Peshkow.  He'*wasstoo'-proud,'.to accept,.the fin-  'aiicial aid tliat' was '"offered -him, and  'cbnsequentlv' Uycdk iri-"Kgw York ni  ]5o0r style. ^ His Uiterary' efforts .were  absolutely unremuneratiVe:, "He and  Madame-Andrejewa got along-as best  could ''on th'e'"ni'oney 'she earned- as-a  .waitress, at-St. .llub'eits,, a sunimer  resort .'near-JSrwart, the'- .fashionable  colonv where Gorkv lived.'  eWhei'e \is- -Ewart? .Where is St.  hall.���JTew York'Tribune.    ���  days sooner. B , , ,      ,  But the farmer answers it Is much,  harder to cure it In n half ripe stage,  ���with risk ot loss from'rain, and,'again,  if he sells It he gets, more because it  ���weigts more. .This first excuse Is no  excuse at all, for without trouble you  cannot make money. It Is this dodging  trouble that keeps many, if not most,,  fanners poor air their lives. If you  have to, feed your hay on' the farm;'  then In order to get the greatest-Income from It you should have lt In the  very best condition, and the only way.  to dp that is'to taks more trouble with  it, put It up in,smallercocks,so It will  cure' more'rapidly, work a little' harder,  and faster to avoid the', rnln/and you  many times., save*a great deaP more  money in the outcome of^the crop.   ' ���,.  Mlllc   Eually   Tainted./,       .,,  A dirty tin bucket will injure the  'quality of< the, milk and affect injuri-_  ously.the butter made from "that milk,  no matter,'how .carefully' the work Is  done subsequently. _ o ' ".'', ., , -.,  - -Do not let dirt get into, It and_keep  lt cold enough1 to make * good, butter,'  and then you have mastered the situation. One thing abo'ut the milk room���  .have the "floor on the. ground and  made" of cement, for you are sure ,to  spill more or less milk or cream, that  .will spoil and* taint tlie air of thevroom,  but If the floor Is made'of cement and  you wipe it up.before it dries no damage Is'done:' If the floor'Is, wood you  canuot wipe or wash tile oil out'of the  wood, though^painting it wllldielp.  It you have beculin.the habit of'mar-"  ketiiig your butter- inr long rolls or-  'packed in jars or cans, you'will bc.as-.  touish'ed how much better it will sell  If vou mase it into pretty prints wrapped'in parchment1 paper.- It will on an  average sell for'u cents more a pound;  'and' sell 'faster if :niade" to suit the  fancy'of the buyer.' Thetgrocer likes  to handle pretty looking pats,and will  recommend'it )bef ore a better .article,  for,he knows''how lady buyers'judge  by Uie looks ��C things rather than the  1    t, , . , * i- ...  taste.     i ^, ; �� .      -15 >  ���Have vour own stamp? so that those  who like the batter .will know. hW to  telhit when-they come,-for'more; then  it looks'as if you, were",ready to guar-,  'antee ) the 'article-'and :were, therefore ���  sure-it was good., "..,..     ,   ' ,  of men who handled a rifle properly.  War-came and left us with its Immense accumulation of good' and evil,  and' lt seemed then that out of, sheer  weariness of sadness and 'trouble the  germ of the old play spirit, so long dormant, awoke anions us to save us from  ourselves.  , The Giddv Professor.'  . Tiofossor Henry Leo Boivlby, of the  lUnivoisity of Washington, has been  gclL-Mtmated by President Roosevelt to  Bt'Ue an examination ou Dec. 3 for ap-  jlHHiitiuont as second lieutenant in the  iaimv. Bowlbv was a first year cadet  Inl \\est L'oint.'- and was dismissed  |i\ lib four others, for participation in  ft -tudent prank, beginning with the  Itlisowing of a biscuit across the mess  hull     Xew Yoik Tribune.1  |Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Tim bnikontine Skagit, of Foit  f'.iinblc, has been aiiven ashore on  'li" Vancouver island coast within a  f'u miles fiom wheie the Valencia  'li-a-tci occuncil. Capt. Ross and  'la- cool�� were drowned.  Catarrh   for   twenty, year*   and  cured   In  ! i     low    days.���Hon.     Oeorse    .Tnnies,     of  I ''irn.nton,  I'u , Buys.  "I have been   a mar*  ; Jm  to Catarrh for twenty years, oonstnnt  l'invlunst, (liopplnit In the throret n.nil pain  in tin- head, very otfensivu hroatli. I tried  i l'i    Acnew'n  Catarrhal   Powder.   Tho  flmt  application  iravo Instant  relief.   Aftor ua-  1"(C u few bottles I was ourod.   B0 cents���1  A General Favorite.���}u every place  where-introduced'Dr. Thomas3 Eclec-  tric.OilJias not failed to establish, a  j-eptitation, showing that the sterling  qualities which it possesses are valued everywhere when they become  knoton.. it is in general use in Canada and-other countries as a household medicine and the demand ior.it  each -year shows that it is a favorite  wherever used.' '      -      ,  The- French" cabinet has decided to  sequester the properly and levenues  of the rebellious clergy 'on Dec 11.  ' HollowaVs Corn Cure is a specific  'for the removal of corns and warts.  We have-never heard of its failing to  remove even the .worst kind.  The General confeience of the Union ^American Methodist Episcopal  churches has-i forbidden" its clergy to  marry divoiced persons.  Pale, sicklv J children should use  Mother Graves' Worm'Exterminator.  Worms aie one of the principal causes  of suffering- in children and should  be expelled from the sy&leni.  Stioets are being laid out and within three niontho Prince Ru'puit, B C,  will be lighted by electricity.  The Federal Uie Insurance ' com-  panv is phinning the cic-ction of sev-  cial" huge buildings throughout the  west dm ing the year 1U07. Among  the places lixed upon is Saskatoon.  A Small Pill, but Powerful.��� They  that judge of the powers of n pill by  its M7i\ would consider Pnnnelec s  Vegetable Pills to ne lacking. _ It is  a little woiuloi among pi'-lh- NMiat it  hicks in m/.o it make.-, up i" potency.  The luinedie^ that it cnnics aie put  up in these htiinll do.-es, been use they  ���no so powerful that only small doses  arc ic-qitiiecl. Tho full stiength of the  extiacts is seemed in this foim mid  do their woik thoroughly.  The  Profitable  Cost.      ,    '   ,  Always have the barn and fastenings  arranged'so that the cow will be.com-'  fortable, as'the comfortable cow is the  profitable cow.-, ��  Wireless   AVliiapersi.  Mrs. Windfall���Just imagine, Ilirnm!  One or thp sailors just told me that this  ho.it is now in communication with her  Mster ship I wonder what the conversation is about. 'Mr. Windfall���Humph!  Most likely each is asking the other if  her cargo is. on straight!   ,  ,,    '.  .'  Sandals were more fashionable  among the Egyptians than among the  Hebrews. Thoy wmo worn by woim-n  of tho highest rank, lor wo read ot tlie  sandals with: long, turn up points  '.which, a beautiful (P'ccn habitually  wore whon she was at home.      ,,  Root crops cost more to produce than  corn ensilage, but are more convenient  for a small 'herd. The cows like carrots best and do;not tire of rations of.  'roots if mixed with carrots, says a  Pennsylvania farmer in -American Cultivator.  , Foods.  That   Taint   Millc.   i  The feed should be good and free  from aromatic substances. If these  aromatic foods are used they should  be employed according to those methods which will not cause odors lor flavors in tlie milk. u t _  Look to Use Pasture.  The all round-food for milk cows Is  grass. Therefore Took''well to the pastures and see that their'quallty is to--  proved.'  ,   Study the  Cow����  Need*.  Each individual  in. the herd  should,  bo studied and given the care that she  requires    for   best   production,    says  ,Farui Journal.  Two sisters stood side by side In a  hcid. One required' bulky, light food  to cause her to do her best. Tho other  joquired more concentrated food with  less bulk. ���  No herd of cows can ever be .really  profitable unless they receive just this  careful attention.  Grind   tlie  liny find   Stover.  ' Alfalfa meal Is a standard commodity on the feed market, yet I see but  hitle In print as to the results of feed:  ing it, but the few dairymen, says L.  W. Iaghty In National Stockman, I  heard speaking about the experience"  they had with it seemed very favorable. A prominent Pennsylvania dairyman a few days ago told me ho is  about putting in grinding machinery  thnt will handle the timothy and mixed  hay and reduce them to a One ground,  crushed condition. Who ever tried this  practically? Is there any available information In the experiment station reports? I would not like to commit myself, but it seems to me theoretically  that we could do-,thp rougher part of  the chewing cheaper-with gasoline or  alcohol power than with cow power. It  has been amply demonstrated that  feeding the cow easily digested -f^ed  saves feed.  BroTTztlnsr'a .French  Crsmnnr.   ���'  It is, not generally "known that TiObert  'Browning, was tlie author of a French  grammar.    It'appears  that even   the,,,  late Dr. Garnett,, whose knowledge of  'literature  was  encyclopedic,  bad   not  heard < of   this   early   venture   of   the  poet's.     Ills'  surprise   was   therefore  great -when a reference to the work in  question   b'y ..Browning   himself   was  pointedBout %o him.    It occurs on page  203 of the'first volume of Browning's  letters, to his  wife.,,   "Thus ,in -more,  than one of the reviews and magazines  that laughed- my. 'Paracelsus' to scorn  ten'years'.ago���in, the  same ��� column  often' ofr. thesej re'views-^would follow  a 'most1 laudatory   notice   of ;an ' elementary .French .book, ,'pn a^uew plan,  -which 1,'did*- for.'my old French master  'and he pnblished.it���'that was really 'a s  useful avork.' "; \ ���>���   ���  ,    _ ''  i'    '      " i ��� ;���~~^.���"���r~-  ���    -. Con Id  Tell TV Another  Way. '',  Many years; ago an/old and. well to  do farmer "in ofe'stern'_No"w >��� York had  somethlng'tif a reputation as a* litigant.  ^He had ,a peculiar-twist about his  mouth'- when, he talked, due to some  muscular affection," which gave a strilc-  iln'g effect to his ' utterances. His old,  neighbors 'tell of(a.itrip' that he made  to see his lawyers on 'ascertain occai  sion when- he hnd'inade.up his mind to*  have a lawsuit.  Ue'sat'down with his  flawyei?.and laidkout his case' before  him at length. The lawyer said, i'Well,  ou that''statement you haven't'any  case." 'TheL,old man, hitched his trousers -nervously,' twitched bis face and  hastily-replied, "Well, ;i Van tell it another way.'' , ��� '������-.'' t '��  .-'-.. .( -    i    -     f  - -,   ��� .'" ,,,11��5* GroiCt  Cocker.,"' t.,    i     _  ,'Glancing'"tbrough  a"'pile of "ancient  copv books and lolter-writers, onesdim-  ly realizes what'thr-awful thing jt used  to be, to^'compose and put" upon1 paper  'a" thoroughly "correct epistle.   'It-was  not an-affair, to be lightly taken  in  hand any more tban-matrimony. - No,  'not even if one had learned .'penmanship from the immortal Cockmyninself-  In his house in "Paurs"Churchyard, betwixt the Signes of the Sugar-Loaf and  the Naked Boy nnd Shears."   Cocker's  fame rests on his arithmetic, now obsolete, but the worthy man, besides being   a   ready ^reckoner,   was   also   a  mfghty   penman,   .Doubtless-many   a  seventeenth centuryyouth toiled along  with inky fingers under,his direction.  Hearken to what the master says to  him: "Let no't your breast-lie on the  desk --you write  on  or your nose on  the paper, but sir in as majestical a  posture as you can.   With practice you  \may do brave tbings."-:LoiHlon Mad.  Skeletons  and   Necklaces 'In  a   Mound  at Port Colborne.  A staff oi men, under W. C. P. Phillips, assistant curator ot the Provincial  Museum, Toronto, have been excavating the flag; staff mound at Humber-  stone Club, Port 'Colborne, and were  greatly surpriseO to discover one of the  richest finds of Indian relics on record  ih&ro. The mound contained nine skele-  ,    ' He  Won  DraBared. ' ,  An ambulance surgeon had a .curious "experience the other'night lie  was summoned to' a police station to  examine an unconscious prisoner.   The  City Xolxea.  We hope it is true, as reported, that  j the   autinoise   movement   is   making  i headway in other cities.   It certainly Is  i not  doing  that   in   Chicago.' In   this  prisoner, verv muddy ahd disheveled, | town  the notion always; ha.s^obtained  av on   he floor of the cell-rooms.  The    that noise Is indispensable to activity  physician bent over and examined him \ and that the noisios   man must neccs-  and then   rising, said in a loud stem    mriiy ho the most'active one.      t   s  a      x      ' t""*" ��� going to take a long lime 1o eradicate  volqe:0,  "This man's condition is not due to  drink!   lie lias been drugged.'5  A policeman turned pale and said In  tons, numerous bracelets, necklaces ot i a ijn,|tii iips-itatnig "voice  beada, tomahawks, pipes, a. copper ket  tie and'three earthen, pots.' The relics  will be sent to the Provincial .Museum  at'Toronto for permanent exhibition.  When  the steel Hag pile 'was  belnjf,  erected about fifteen  years  ago   many  Indian bones were turned outjin the excavation, and arrow heads were found  in the pathway leadinB from the spot  to .the  lake  shore.    Among-  tlhe   relics  the'most valuable we're,the three earth-  em vessels. These are shaped much Ilka,  the Jardinieres  of   torday*.      They'are  atoout seven -inches'  in   diameter' and'  about  the  same depth,  and  the  ornamental design is a simple one.   Two "of  the pots were phipped, but the other"on?  "1spei\foct.   It'is supposed that-the-vessels  were used|;to hold water, as they  are  too  soft  to  have  been' used  over  fires.'' One of the,pipes Is/perfect, but  theiothcr Is broken.  The copper "bracelets encircled the wrist' bones and the  necklaces trie neck' bones.     The skeletons "were not''placed in any order and  were about four feet from the surface.  ���Mr.-Phnilps" will continue his Investigation through the greater part of the  mound."     ,      '       . -    <���  ' "I'm afraid yer right, sir. I drugged  blni all the way from Carney's saloon;  a matter of u hundred yards ot more."  ���Argonaut. , ���'  thK '.allsicy.   In,the meantime the in-  tr-rior of the loop is about as restful a  place as a iireat baUli'field., It Is a per-  .  fi-ct bell of noisps. nlo.-,t of them absolutely   wanton' aud  uniU'cessary���Chl-('  cago Chronicle.  We belfeve MINARD'S LINIMENT  is the  best:��� ( ,'"<  Matthias Foley, Oil City. Ont.  Joseph Snow, Not way, Me.  Charles,.'Whootcn,  Mulgrave/N.S..  Rev: R. 0. Armstrong, Mulgrave, N.S.  Pieire Landrv, far., Pokemouche, >.,B.  Tlfbrnar. Wiu^on,' Sheffield,"N.P..  IVur   lif   till-   I-"iilur����.  It cannot-be \i>:vz liofore the torpedo  controlled tind u-rMli'-l from'a depot  ship becomes, an actual factor In modem warfare. The.ad\tmtages. of such  an "arrangement, are, so obvious , that  'progress in ,rhisd)recfion will be watched with the grp.itpst interest. A machine made war.' cnvoCiicd as all wars  aie, Bimply by the question of cost, Is  a consumiuntloii'dovoiitly to'be wished.  ���Engineering Times ,    -1  ;'     IN'A   DEADLY   DECLINE. ���  Zarri-Buk   Wins" Worke>s',  Iron   In    the' f;��cly..  There are about 100 grains of iron  Iu the average liutn-i" body, and yet so  Important .islMhls exceedingly sniail  quantity tlihr'its. diiui'iiut'ion is attcud-  ed with very .serious results.  'iCii-BfUxU' Aysrddliier   Kliisru. ���'  It is not .gonoraliy known that by  au act of tlie English parliament passed in 1S50 it is enacted that all wedding rings must be of. standard gold,  the enactment being intended, more to  raise the amount of gold duties than  to protect the public from imitations.  A-vcriipe Lenartli of Sentences. -  "The English sentence grows shorter  and shorter," says an essayist. "Spencer Sir Thomas Moore, Lyle and Sydney used sentences of the average of  fifty-five..words. Nowadays tlie sentences of the average journalist are  only fifteen"words long. Bacon introduced the short sentence. At a time  when everybody else'was using fifty,  words ho took- to twenty-two.' Praise:  be to Bacon. Macaulay used -a very  'short sentence. Its average length was  twentv-three words. Dickens' average  was twenty-eight. 'Thackeray's was  thirty-one. Matthew Arnold's sentences  are "long, but beautifully balanced.  They are " thirty-seveuers. Henry  .Tames' are longer and, though intricate, are well worth puzzling out, for  In each of them a wonderful meaning  is concealed. They are thiity-ulners  Kipling's sentences are twenty-oners.  George Moore's are twenty-fourcrs and  lUnlclns;   Over ii  Cloth   Sntt.>  If you arc making over an old cloth  suit nothing (reMmns it up more than  to re-sponge it and thoroughly press it.  Do not of .course attempt to sponge  any made up garment or treat it in the  same viuy that you would the uncut  material, but to renovate an old skirt  thoroughly and make it over it is best  to rip it apart in every seam and then  thoroughly elc'iine aud response. To  do this snfurate a piece of muslin  in warm water, then roll up the muslin  and the cloth together and allow them  to remain for several hours. The  damp muslin should be placed on the  wrorig side of the material.  Praise.,   1  *      Marvellous  Cure  of' Burns.'i      .  "    ' ��� .    *������,   .        ,0 '  Zain-P.uk has been-called "the worker's   friend"   because  it   brings   such  relief-and-healing fto    workers    who  suffer  from   cuts,   burns,   bruises   or  anv,.skhrinjury or disease. ' Mr. Alt.  ,J'VClark,",-of' Cavendish   street.  Lon-  'don, (Ont.), tells liow Zam-Buk cured  him'of" severe .burns. .,He    says:_ 1  Wot mv  hand., very  severely  burned  with,-lime.,'The burns were so deep  tliatSis-T. plied my shovel the blood  actuallv  ran down  the   handle,   lhe  c-Kony*"!' siiffeied  youjmay/swell  im-  agine' ,T. tried'several'different kinds  ���of salves'but the,burns.vwere too severe"  for   these'preparations, to   heal.  T .'"'I obtained a suppl>   of    Zam-Buk  and.:-the  verv  first 'application gave  me ease.   This pleased me   you may  "uess,' but as I 'applied the balm each  day' 1'was11 more   and   more   pleased  with  the1 effect.   Tho pain    v>as, relieved completely. ' >  "1  had  often heard    of    Zam-liuk  but thought before I tried it that it  iv as   similar   to   the   ordinary   salves  vou see advertised.   In a very short  lime Zam-Buk*   healed    my    wounds  completely,   and   my   hands   actually  ���elt better ���the  nluscles more  fhro  md the skin in better condition than  before J was burned."                 '  Not, onlv for burns, but foi cuts,  bruises, sprains, etc., Zam-Buk is the  best and surest cure. It also,cures  eczema, ulcer's, abscesses ringworm,  boils, eruptions, poisoned, wounds,  chapped or-cracked hands,,cold sores,  .milblains,1 bad' leg. piles, etc. All  druggists sell' at 50c a box, or post  free tfrom the Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto,  on receipt,of price. , 6 boxes for !>2.50.  ' A modern weapon In the battle for  health.-,-ri disease has taken your citadel of health',' the-stomach, and-is torturing you with indigestion, dyspepsia and  nervous prostration, South American,Nerr  vine is the weapon, to drive the, enemy  from lila stronghold "at the-,point of, the  bayonet," trench by trench, but swift and  sure, 'it always , v. ins.-4 ,    i.     K    ., '  Manitoba-is as large    as   England  nnd Scotland. '���'   l   -  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Tli'e    New'  York  .supreme-   com  knocked    out " seventy-three    Hearst  ticket .candidates because nominating  petitions had 'been illegally prepared.  Millers of'western and northern Minnesota are experiencing haid' times,  retting wheat ,to grind.. They have  wheat,.bought, but tnough peihapo onlv two hnndred<= miles ��� away, are unable,, to''get ,.it. _ Some of; them" have  flour sold ''for certain delivery, and  cannot get wheat to 'make it from^  Many millers are greatly yn'cehsed;'  lik! "a few ' threaten to' bring suit  tgainst- tbe.\Great 'Northern Railroad  lor damages. '.Railroads are'no doubt  ���loing their utmost-to move, wheat,  but    taking    into - account-uigency  Saved Just in Time by" Dr. Williams'  '' ' Pink   Pills. * -",  '"Before mv daughter    L^na   began  taking lh\   WillianiH' 'Pink  Pills she  looked more'like u coipse than a live  girl,"   says   Mrs.   Geo.   A.'   Myles,   of  south "Wbodslee'.  Ont..    Her - blood,;/  seeme.d ns'though it had  all, turned  t<- water.    Then she began    to    have  bad   spells with   her  heart' ���    At- the   ���  least excilenieift her lieait'would beat  ^o rapidly as 'to almost smother her. ','  She grew very,thin.''and had no ap-0'  petite, and, what little food she' did  eat did riot seem to nourish her/She  \vns  treated by  one of  the  best doc-  ltors  in this part oi the country,-yet -  t   she was'daily'growing woise arid her'  Mieart got so bad that we. w ere < afraid >  that  she would die.      She slept but  very    little,-  and    would    frequently    ���  awake, with   a   start   and   sometimes  would jump  light up in  bed.,, These  staits  would ,always  bring oni a' bad  tpell   aud -leave   her^ weak   and   ex-  !ia,usled.    We had-almost given^up all- ~  hope,, of  ever seeing  her well  again,  when we decided to tiy Dr. .Williams'  ] ink Pills.   After taking a couple of  v  boxes  she   began' to   sleep'  better  at  night,  and  colors began 'to return" to  her lips.   From    that    on    she   ckep't,  light' on gaining , a del   'after,    taking "  /;ight boxes of the piils she was .again  in good health.      She is now-, fifteen -  years1 of  age,   the  picture  of  health,  ' ('  -'i  i   ' 'n  ���1   ,'       ,  't,     VL  <;  -ft  i     i  --���. v  ��   . ', r'  ,1-  s ,     .,      .  . ���  - Manitoba was first settled in 1S1I  by ,-125 Scotch settlers under' Lord  Selkirk.  tinui  The  tions.  use.  w*f  SpU ���!  ml/ !  '���Thought-it meant, death sure. -Mrs.  James ItcKim. of Dunnviile. Ont.. says of  her almost miraculous cure from heart,  dioeaae by Dr. Acnew's Cure for - the  He��.rt: "rjntil I began taktne-this remedy  I despaired of my life.', I had heart failure and -extreme prostration. One dose  "a,ve me quick relief and one bottle cured  me. The sufferings of years were dispelled  like  uiacic."���3  Do not let a cold settle on your  hui"s. Resort to Bickle's .Anti-Con-  .niiiptive Syiup at the fust intimation  of iiritation in the throat and pie-  vent disease from lodging m the pulmonary oigans. Neglected colds are  the cause of untold suffering tluoup i-  out the country, all of which could  have been prevented by the application of this simple but powerful medicine. The puce, 25 cents, bungs it  within  the reach  of all.  A Town a Year Old.  A little over a year a^ro there was no  such place as North Bu-Uleford, but in  the West towns grow so rapidly that  In its last ibsue The Xoith Battleford  News Is able to look back in a somewhat "first settlci" fashion and tell of  the progress that has been made���  'With this ibsue of The Mews we  commence a new year, and Ir. so doing  we are led to reflect upon the progress  of tho town duilnsr the last twelve  months, and also upon the prc-sress ot  The News durlnu thai time. When Tho  News wai first publ shed the town was  practically in embryo, only a few business houses and 'dwelling's, '-being either  erected or commenced. Since that timo  the town has attained wonderful'progress ' and - has grown, to the Jslze and  dignity of a town such as in many parts  of the Dominion it has taken years i.to  produce. " Although at the present time  fbuilding Is not so brisk, still-.the progress continues, and it is expected now  that we have secured incorporation  thatiprogress willcontinue and be evei),  more marked. The possibilities for the  future of this town arc unlimited, and  we do not think we arc,exaggerating  in predicting that in ten years time  North Battlef.ird will have attained the  size and dignity of a large and progressive city."  ..Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  In the Designer for November is to  be found, in addition to the many designs for winter apparel for ladies 'and  young folks, ' a1- special 'aitide "For  Those Who Wear "Mourning"; another  on ''Riding Habits" and still a third  on "Fashionable Furs"; all beautifully illustrated "The Outdoor Baby  in Winter" will please not only the  mothers but the childten, and "Leather Tieatment for the Libiary" offers  'novel suggestions for the use of the  pyrogiaphic needle. There are three  capital Thanksgiving stories, and  some excellent bits of Thanksgiving  verse. Lessons in sewing, millinery,  lace-work, embioidery and knitting  are given, and there aie two pages  filled with designs for home-made  Chiistmas gifts. "Fashions and Fab-  lics," "Fashionable Frivolities," "Toilet-Table Chat," "Etiquette Hints" and  ''Floriculture Talks" are among the  many other good things supplied by  authentic specialty writers, while the  departments edited by The Designei  leaders���"What Women are Doing,"  "Helps Along the" Way," and the  "Mothers' Advisory Club" aie fairly  tingling with lively peisonal interest.  Williams' Pink Pills have biought  about in her condition. I believe  that had it not ,been .for the pills she  would be in her grave-'to-day, and it  -.a with feelings of deep, gratitude that  I wiile you in the hope that it may  benefit soriie other sufferer."  And Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can  do .just as much for the weak, ailing,  I'ale-faced young woman who is slip-'  ping from anaemia into a deadly decline. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually make new blood. In that way  they strike stiaight at the 100't  of all common diseases like" anaemia, headaches and backaches/  heart palpitation, indigestion, neui-  algia rheumatism and the secret ailments and irregulartiies of gills and  women. Sold by all dealers in medicine or by mail at 50 cents a box or  s-jx boxes for $2 50 from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,   Brockville, Ont.  The savings deposits in Canada amount to StiOO.000,000, or ?10O per head.  - ��,  Sunlight Soap is better than other  soaps, but is, best when used'in the  Sunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap  and follow directions.  W    N     U    No..   610  With a capital of' ?6,000,000, the  Trans-Alaska-Siberia Railway company has been incoiporated. The  company will construct a railway be-  twepn Alaska and Sibeiia, with a tunnel-underneath the Behrmg straits.  By Analysis of the Urine that Chronic Kidney  Disease is Positively Cured by  Di\ Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  The case of Capt. Smith is unusually ltiti-ii-.-.ting because it proves ab-  srlutely by analysis of the uiinc that  Dr. Chase's Kidney-i,i\er Pills cured  him of kidriey disease. -The doctor  'himself' could scarcely believe,it until  he had ninde the second analysis and  pronounced the captain a' well man.  ,'.Capt. Wrii. Smith is a veteran of  the .Crimean'.war, 'living at Revel-  stoke, B.C., and earned his title in  the British army. He reported his  case in a letter as follows: "I can  testify to', the benefit derived from  Or. Chase's ' Kidney-Liver Pills. For  .ears I was a. sufferer from kidney  ���tisense, and could get.no relief for  it. "The doctor examined me and an-  tlvzecl my urine and told me I. had.  -lironic disease of the kidneys. As  iiis'i medicine did' me no good, I  bought a box of Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver l' Pills' and    was benefitted  soj Toronto.  much' that I kept on taking them until f can i.iy 1 am peifectly cured.  I told the doctor that I was cuied,  but he would not believe me until he  examined my urine again.; After doing so he stated that I had no'trace'  of kidney disease left. 1 have recommended Dr. Chase's Medicines to,  njany people." ' .  - Should it not be,convenient for you  to, have a physician analyze the urine '  you can make this , test .yourself:���:  Put some urine in a bottle or tumbler  and,let it stand for twenty-four hours;  if there is a sediment in the bottom  at the end of that time, or if it is  discolored, milky, cloudy or stringy  your kidneys are out of order and not  doing their  work   properly.   ,  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose. 25 cents a box, at all  dealers or 'Edmanson,. Bates   &   Co.. ��*  ':S1oiie leadee"  -���-���*���f���ti���inr  i y>i-f  THE LEADER: "MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   .  ' , Church be rrlcea.  j Pkeshyterias���In the Oddfellows i '^  j flail. Sunday School at 3 p, m " * "  ' filing     eervice   at   8  Ev-  _ i-uiiig      feci viuc    nt    o.  Published in the interest of the people j     ����� eryone welcome.  of Moyie and East Kootenay.        I ��� G- H- I'-^LAY, Pastor.  , f (' j'. v  l&  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  "fJi  * ���?*  H.'��ji  $'t$  tNIOX  LAHKt,  Methodist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.  Evervone welcome.  T. SOWERBUTTS, Pastor.  I- O. O. F.  Wlldey LoJge 3To. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  Sojourning  hall  on, Victoria  street.  Odd Fellows cordially mvitfd  R. T. Howard,  Noble Grand.  M  IKA  *���?& f  ��mi  XlTZs OF SUBBCBirTIOij.  O ie Year S. _ J2.00  SATURDAY, NOV. 17,' 1906.  m*  $b*i  B-B'ai-af  sj S>BJ?��  iVi '<* <i��  M |  The Liberals aie working up another  election scare.  '���Trt'o-thirds of the  so-called society  f'400" are ciphers.     " '  rm^Mi  Iu Time of 1'eace. l  "In the first mdntljs of' the   Russia-  Japan war we had a striking example  of the necessity for  preparations and  the early advantage of  those  who, so  to speak, r"h.ive shingled their roofs in  dry weather."   The virtue of the preparation h'as made history and given to  us our greatest men.   The  individual  as well as, the  nation  should  be prepared for  any   emergency.     Are   you  prepared   to   successfully combat   the  first cold yoii   take?    A   cold'' can   be  cured much more quickly when'' treated as soon as" it has  been ' contracted  F. J. Smyth,  ' Secr'y.  St. Eugene Lodge N��i. 37.  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  vening    in    McGregor  hull at S  o'clock.'' Visiting brothers invited.  G. H. Findlay,        G, ,W.' Dhchakd,  Chancellor Com.     '       K.R.andS.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 w. F. of m: !l  11  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  MARXISTS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Tcwn3   in  British Columbia  MOYIE, B. Q.  cqa^ry  A. 1,   MckfLLOP  .?���,�������� ��.���,���,, ��ed ,Iropiio lhe (�����-.���� ������� i.���, >,����. conned |,xe;ii��0?0[f "^r.'.^ss  ���'  ' '    imI before it I133 become settled in the J are cordially invited to attend.     '  average man gets cold feet.  AKE  ,* A man gets a lot'more  excited over  being called a liar than beirjg cue.  The country, c.'n breathe a sigh, of  relief now that tlu Fernic Strike is  Bottled. '��� '     '  It is a fortunate thing for some  officeholders that killing'^ time "isn't  ljuoisliable by banging.'     '"   '     ''  ���system.    Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy is f imous for its cures of cul.I   and  it should be kept at   hand   ready   for  instant use.   For sglo  by   the' Moyie 1  Drug & Stationery Co."'  J. L. Gibbons,  President,  Jas.  EOBERTB,  Secretary  ASSAYJH3H  P. BURNS & CO  WHOLESALE AND   RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  Fresh and Cured Meats, FreBh  ,   Fish, Came ana Poultry.   We  6'upply opjy {.ha best.    Your  trade solicited.  '���arljj  THE CANADIAN BaSi  OF COMMERCE  ^  Paid-up .Capital; SlO.OOfoOQ,    ReServe Fund> %  -   HEAD .OFFICE,   TORONTO  ���O.E.WALKER, General Manager     ' ALEX. I. All! n   a  '      "    '      ",      U> A��St. Ceo]  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA   ��*��-  THE UNITED STATES AMP> ENflT.^ ��f '  A general Banking business transacted.   Aocounts maybe on-n��H    ,  mall with all branches of this Bank?        ini c"��m tj  SAVINGS BANFlbEPARTMENT  Deposits  oi  $% and upwards received, and  in<~  ���     current rates .TIT*? depositor is sublet To So d^ a"��  ���   *     *   ever in  the .withdrawal  of  the  whol '  '    ��� ��� '   "-   portion o��  the  deposit  CRANBROOK BRANCH."'  ���>  ��-  or a,ly u*1' ������  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  'V, ���  7-  W3  ������m  (K'Sfi  ��W  Wt&k  1  '/i'��,,VW.fi't�� *  &m  m$m?��v  ��MMi  Til j  wi-m  k,&  ! '���* f if 1, '��������  ;*-;��!$-'id  ���'S-.t*^f';'  ���ia-.iwr  i'i?#*i  ��-.-, '-i  J i:.vi'  ,        1i*��I     *   T*  ,��     I I  \ ��� sty11"* i-ti  ���i'��>-;  '���: '    55  >'!t, >!  i, ; tV-'S; :^'4  A  nine   hour   diiy    for   carpenters,  machinists and  b'lacksmiths.    Tliis'ia  certainly tf step in the right direction.  , ' - "   * ** ~  ��� ,Moy;e'has'been''almost   free   from  typhoid fever,'this year,'   which', is   an  ��� xcellent indication of  the' Lealthful-  ness'of ,the place. . - '  KELSOW,'  OF*. O. 3B3-   , ;  Meets first Wednesday of each month.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  ". "'        WHEN IN  V CRANBROpK  K. n. S.UAI.I., BIan;i{;or.  1 t     t * '  Qood rooms, good ��� tables and bar '  and  first class sample rooms.   ,<  j DR: "HABVIE,  Worthy Pres.  j"   HHrUVKE,  Worthy Secr'y',  Workingmen    are,  gelling    better  wages and shorter  hours all over'the  country, md in many cases both   haye  , been granted 'voluntarily. . 'Theee con  : . , - |     * ^Miiij/s v">u Hiiii,t;:.iP uie  pii<*e may  ditions are putting the calamity hpiyl-   be a Mud*- tod high.f--if-,sb,  don.t  liters out of bu-Jnew.      '       '���   '"'     '"���        !'-eV,0   ',''    Pricp?-are'lower,. -��nil   not  higher, ( ' Hoods me better and no  poorer. Fancy smilrjgs 'are huiid  somnr ami not hpmlier.  ^Tt'd'your way  "WE MAKE   IT A CUSTOM  ns we a re   now .doing, "to ndvise  our  ���rude in advance of the arrival of  new  season's "goods. ~It  may  be ,you  are  looking foi"a'       "*'"_  ar"  l' ,  '  "  '  FALL  OR WINTER .OVERCOAT.  Per/i'ans you imatiinp tho  pnVe maj  Harvey, &   McCarter,  *     ;J'     ��������� "''"���, m-1',  -" ' ���,  I '   '" '  -Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries,-Etc.,  Cranbrook^   - / -    B. C.  W. F. GXTRD,  BARKISTElt, 90LICITOK, BTC.  c tr ii    *"��������* t* .  CRANBROOK.       "! "    "   *   'b. C  _ Manager Aldrulge says his company  iicslwo mining engineers iu the field  in search of prdmising'prospects. This  should be an inducement to prospDc-'  torstoopeh up tlieirfqUuns and put  them.inv presentable shape to" show  these men.'   " '" '"  all the_.w:iy tlirou^h.'   We"ll   be .much  obliged foran Older  and thope   to (see  lFOOTE  C. H> DtJNBAR  Bjrristerj Solicitor,'Notary Public,'Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  DR., P. B: MILES,  MOYIE,  ' <- ' V,  ,.'B."'0  '��� JCootenfan: Moyie wants a blink",  nnd telephone and clectnVHghts 'systems.- "Considering that ^il'oyie has  been,, is, and  y/ill-'be, prosperous'for  St.   Joseph's ,, Con vent  Cranbrook, t B,  Q:  NE1.S017, B. C".  xSoarding and L)ay School, conduct-  ".ypars   to"* come,  she  should   have  npl.ed by the Sisters of'St. Joseph'Nelson  George Jff?'T||oinpson,  iiifficulty in securing bet wants  good for the goods  Shb.'t  Watch Movie's piyroll grow. -It  was $3G,000 lasfmon'tli, or over ?100  for every man working in aud around  the mine:' Probably there is not  auother camp in the province for its  size that c.m.mako an'cq'ial showing  Moyie is now a -,-rowins;' camp ,and a  thriving camp, and besides it will be  n permanent camp. , It has the "oods.  BAERiSTBit, Solicitor, No.  tary'Pubuc, <fcc.1  j'im Hill favors absolute free trade  with Canada and the wiping out of  all customs houses along the line between tho two countries. He says they  Imveiis much reason'to dread Canadian competition as Pennsylvania f>  cry for protection against N;rth 'Dakota. Canada would be no more in  danger than is Montana b�� the competition of Ohio. : The 'time is opportune for a piactical'movement toward  better trade relations with Cana la,  B.   C. ,   Commercial    and    business-  courses, a specjalty, ' Excellence and i   ���sw'ift  progress 'characterize" eaclinde-j ��,'   -p     ���RTr'A^rrv  partment."  Parents  should   write  for J        '    . ,' *y..r  particulars.    One month   assures  the  public  of   the   thoroughn'e'ss   'of   the  Sisters' methods - of teaching. ' Terms  commence January,  April  and   Sept.'  Pupils are admitted during term.  WINTER  EXCURSIONS  ,,(��* -  ���"   v-~ ._ lire1 '    "**^  ~*j  .. ��' ,:EA.S-T';   '.-..-;  '-. "'. $68.9$'i ������ :���-������  MOYI03TO ,     ','. .  "'-  MONTREAL;" ��� TORONTO  and all points west thereof in  ' QNTABIO and- QUEBEC  QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX knd  MARITIME P'ROVINCPJS';  <  i    Kates on application '*  ', RICKETS ON'SALE" DAILY  'November 24th to December 31st. -  ,   KOUND > TRIP?* FIRST" CLASS.  .    '    THREE MONTHS LImIt ��'     '  OLpCOPNTRYRATES  ' ^  ;' /_ ;' 'RETURN '    l   V\     '  Halifax or, St. -Jolni   '  " RE,TURN OCEAN FAR^S     ���  SaVon,' ?95;" Second,"$76:   S'ee-age,  ^'i1>/4infl nn. a'cenrdiner to, sle'-mir.'  'For detailed   mformation/ Sailings',  Ocean Steamers, First Cla-SB,,br 'Tour-.'  E.(J. GWYNNE  Cigars  FATtRELL BLOCK,  '     r i  Pricey Griven,  and, Orders  Taken on -  <   ��P      *        'o        .  Everything  in the Printing '_ -,  Line at the  CranfardoKftd-OjjiBVativB "S  LiMITED.,-  :FuneraI Directors and  ; ��mbali#er^.  CRANBROOK,'   -' British CoLuaniA''. I iat.f ee*?er' ^P1/' to ' too?1' &&^s, ' or,  Embalmer and Undertiiker, *  i i  Phone 89.     ���     -���       ��� CRANBROOIC  .write  J. Attwood, Agent,1 Moyie.' v \,  J.S CABl'BRi        ,        f/       E.'j.'GOYLE,  Dist, t'ass. Agt      "- ft.Ass't Geut. fats, Agt  -   Nelson, ���  PREST PHOTO CO.  Clw'-JrDKOOK   AKD   MOVIE.  BUY YOUR  &*JC,UL��t SbXXCl  Butte Is Rich.  FROM  Will. -Jewell-  Express and Gener-  al Delivery* Business. Liv^rv and  Feed Stable.  Leave Orders at  Gwynhe'��s Store.  MOVIE Binish  Colunr-ia.  SEE  A. B, Stewart & Co.  Agent  for   Crow*'   Nest  Steam Linndrv.  Mulle Hill, far famed as the  riehrsl  inineral F.ruducicg spot  in   the  world!  is an  insignificant  The   of   land,   not  over 300 teet above the  river  level  in  the valley.    It ;.,��� approximately,  two  and a h-ilf   mil ,'s   m'  length   by   two  miles in   width,    aud 'io an irregular  oval iu   gh.ipe.    The'richest   oie-pro-  (hieing portion,   however,  U  centered  in a spice of about   two square  miles  Wnhii, thai limit there are   no   fewer  ih in -10 piincip.il shafts from   1000   to  21000  feet   in    d.-pth,   besides   in my i  ti.iillt'i   and  less  important  develop-1  meuta .md prospects. '  . '   -  i, .iciiii A. ?(��v,m.irton, of Kinssgatt1,'  IlritMi Coluinbi.i, hereby'apply to   tli>-|  jJoard of Lioonoe Comis-<ioi;erm-<  for �� i  iran-fei from niysulf to Louise Elmer of j  the licence lo sell inloxic.uing   liquors  under tlie provisions of the Statues  in  that Buh ilf,  in   the   pn-niiacs   known I  nod   decribiid     >is , the :-Royal   H-jtel,  ���Kiug'-giite, B. C.,).o comiiinncc ou   the  ��� 3 3th day of D'comher, A, D  11KJ0.  The n-imo and adilrebS 'of'the  owner  of the pre.-nuses for   which   tr.inifcr  if  jiropo-ed, are Albert Mutz,  Pernio,  B.  i'.aud Lo-aiic Elmer, Moyie, B  0.     ���  "    '" '.l. SWINARrON.  ���THE���  l)IS9ADZ.N-:i��U WKOq,    I'roim.  ,       *! '   *  L-ir.e sample room in connection  with lior.-c for cointnerciiil men. Best  of a';comrnodutior.3. ' ."'*  Headquarters   for   Com-  i ,  j  meroial and Mining Men.  QUEEXS   AVENTTn,  MOVrE,   B. C.  60 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Columbian College  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.   C.  Receives both Laihes and Gentlemen as Resident or as .Day Students.  If ts a complete Commercial or Business Course. Prepares students to  gain Teacher,? Penific-itcs of all  grades. In nllillialion with TORONTO  UNIVERSITY gives the four years  course for the B. A. degree', and tin-  first year-of the Toronto' School ol  Science, lias a special "Prospectors  Course'" for miners who work in B. C  Instructions given in Art, Music.  Physical culture and elocution.  For Calender etc.  address  "Columbia College."  Toini   open Sept. 17th. 1900.  Trade Marks  Designs  - Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and doscrlntlon mm  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  uventlnn 13 probably putontdbld. Conmmnlcn.  tiou.HBtrlctly oonlldeiitliil. Handbook on Patents  Bent free. Oldest opencyfor sccui-w patents.  Putenls taken tfiroiich Sluuu A Co. recelVf  rrcaalnoUcc. wllhout cliarce, In the.        ��^��Yv  A handsomely lllnstraled weotly. T.nrKeat clr.  rulntion of any soletitUlo Journal. Terma *8 a  J^i" ��� fonr montliB, JL ton by all noTBdeoier^  O. F. DEJAULNIER.  DEALER  IN  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  ��~Vlt>Bi"����"��l'u*"''1" DV " oya-" nCBdeoIera,     |  ^SaSVESaBalB*- aueeDS'Ave.      MOYIE  '/ft^j&^j'-g'^g-^T,.*^..;  _     .    tls 'V'��� ���>"' ~ -v- -,'"?l'^'"r'."^*'^"'^"^"'^if' ',--  ^^Thls^ls/th'e^Seas'bii lor  . You Need ;0n^?  ��� i   Write'for Prices to  Id. McBride,  CRANBROOK.  ^m^^  6���������   ���������������:���������������������6eee9��99��9��'*������9*��3����d d933e����* 933^>  MOYIE    HOTEL.  ' V. F. JOBJVSlOJr  % This Hptelis New and well Furnished The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Pilled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  . ��  ' **..-       '  I  I  *-  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL \  ' " ' *    AND MINING MEN  MOYIK _ - _ _���   -*_   '       '_ llRlTISnCOI.U.MBIt    I  <5�������� ��i��S ���������e6��3������s����������������e��d33����������^333����99��e>��9e������6erri  As   made by the  present brewer   is   ndniitttdly   U)C  Best  Beer in East Kootenny. Willi the Best Malt and  tlie Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled /or quality.  Insist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, B. C,  %  Sd  ���.-.�� , -��v..?A l.  t-  ���"-ft- <���.-.���....,  ���J~> '���:"  V  ���*-,��,r.

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