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'     * v  ^^w*^/    '  ,  "-   ir'- '���',-',      >  *  *����� r,C >r''.',  "'���'-; h sr>  o**-*-****  t   ,  <��-  O'  ^L^Z^ ^^<  ��� ti 3      j  YEAR  MOYIE, B.C.,  NOVEMBER 18.1905  ~^  ["' ' %   ' '    ~."-   -    *"    ", '       0    ' ^  BargaMg���-^ ���      j  '''.'"., , i "i  tV i ofnro offered" la Moyie.' -List geek we started  what -W     1  I      Ne^cr beior (m���   ^ lhiB'counier will beBfouad goods from  |��ll,,OalBa^".oddHnpBWh!ehtanou����tora�� to keep on tbo  A ,11 over our store, ^ fQr      ^ w(j flro nQW B(?n_  I 6���elvcs >tens *of to**�� ^ ^ns'sbirts mM ?5 ^ go C(jnt,. _ w���  Iing ,0r-"if?oul 50 mens Fur ?elt' HSts'and'placed  them on our  ft )^o picked ou ,,^^01 .lo'U add marked   them   90   cents.  y baSSl"the*1.50 bfincb are included the famous "Pride-  ' of-the-W^t" hats.'o^       ,/���� ^>.pio^'6nt   10 ;pai��  of   mens  I    MfS    nfin 'pSirVm $'"2,75 lo |4jb0, these we offered for $1.90  D b0P<^ang.nt>n P .   >3lcft;> DVin*thie'week,our. Bargin  ^ '"TI Tneit'wVek'we will'replace this .with   a Ladies  ".*.���   Cou, fen   Tho goods we pufon our Bargain Center   are  ���,B��rfc��nfU.n,^i!5uWiloe in order to cleanup   our   stock  iSr.-��S!8;^*v-rr*".,'.,   '  WOBK.  AT St. EUGENE  Full  Crew Is .Being  Put OriT  ME, I  .EyervthingwollBe E.^niiing  in Full; Blast W Decern- _  '- ^      ber1 Pirst. ���  IHE  xfiliWiMK^iQF-COIlMERCE  im _ i._l', T>��r��<-kl1T��lf��AS  LOCAL  NEWS.  Jack    Walsh'  has,returned  Rossland, r'   .  '   J. J. Murphy was in Cranbrook  the  first of the week. - '   ���  D. J. Elmer was east as far as Leth-  bridge this week. '   , ?,(      ,      '���  *   M��. Foley was in .Cranbrook Thurs  day, returning Friday- '    ,     -  ,".Ladies' and, men's'telt  shoes  and  blippers at Et A.'Hill's.  Frank   MoDovitfand Con Lynch  have gone to Butte.   '^     ��� <  G. A. Lennell'   of   Calgary   is   now  employed in E. A. Hills store.     \  Ja'me�� Cousins' returned from Eobs-  land the first of tn�� week.  A^child was born to, Mr.   and& Mrs.  Toiley last Sunday.   Stillborn.  .'A. son was "'bom', to Mr. and Mrs,  F. J. McMahon on November 6th.  - r John Fallod is here from, Butte and  expects^to remain fo/som'e, time. -   ���  ' Miss Lindell, MoyieV Lady ^barber,  was'in'OraBbropk-the first of the week.  !. Mies'Atwood'hau'/gone' to'-' Spokane  to visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Stone,  ' Asselsor A* C. Nelson"of; Cranbrook  Was in town Thursday on officiali business. ;,^,rJ\-��.r r\#-\'-i ���*���-.,   <"'  "' Boy Clothier, left-Tuesday  for &  yisit both-ifeastern' Canada  and   in  the Slates.''-'"   '   ;'���,,.���-    t ' , .  -' -,n -.  j-   C. '^Drewry.' intpnds ,remodeling  ;essrs, McKay and  Wilson Here.  are' well  Lower Prices on Rolled  lats and Flour.....  Our   first    car of new Lake   of tne  ,-Woods Elour and cereals lias arrived;  and we are pleased to quote  the following new prices: '     >>        ��'  g    ''    Five Roses Flour in  98 lb-sacks, $3'25  Work will ,'go , 'Ahead; all  Winter and Force will  " ' ',Be Increased.-', - ''  * r  tolled Oats  49  24 J  SO  -10 r  20l  1 C5.  .85.  3 00.  1 r.o.  i   .80.  . The St,! Eugene is;being',put ,'in  shape to resume operations as  rapidly  as possible.' There are now  175   men  on' the payroll, and,1'this , number^will  be steadily increased to,300 -or   over.  Eighty-five df'tbese men areup^on the  bill.   There , will ' be' more ( machines  working 'than ever, 31 in -all,  and;Ahe  mine will be nin;on a much more' extensive   scale i tbanj; before*, the fire.  The milf iB "6eing"overThauled Aand the-  belts.put on, and everything wiirbe'  running'tin?'full blast by December^st,'  " The new'shaft" house   'and "gallows  fromVare mucn larger"'jthan    the\ old  one's.   TheBhafthouse.iB'210  feet  in  length and over 40 feet in} ^ and     ^J^,'^^^^oal y'ester-  th'e gallows frame house is 100.feet in ��nw ,     ,. ,.^,,r t  .  height- ��� Workbas-been commenced  day m.town.^ e   %, , ,   ^^ ^- ^  his big boarding , bouse , and ��� fixing^ it  **T "^i  Ueigui. t Workbas; been commenced  on tbo framing shed which, twill" run  paiallel "wilh' the shaft" house..'This  will.be 35 feet in width" and 100 feet.in  length,   v  ,v  ���   -m, " \ - ?\i ,   ^''x}.*i  There is no better*evidence;,,pf' the.  faith that the  company  ,     * ,i*~.. -  has  up tor ahotel^   ���,   ...        , u  ( ,   ,  ''Hutch/1- one of trle'leading'ninsur-  ,nce men of ;������� ^mi'rint.Ment vester-  day in, town   ...... n        , , i(  ,_  The200'feet of new"hose, and   the  new, nozzle for the ajoyie^tire;pdepartr-  ment^haye  arrived;;,^   ' '^"'-i^ , ',^-  , * -... i   '^Irs:'John "GenelXand, children ot  "il>,?1/ *?���   Nakusp have mbved.hVre ,^0] teke^ up  .'���i?'-theif   their resideVoe.. 4 "^i'V^'.'. ^ --"   ,  in th*e,ljankhouee attVe. upp?r^workings; of the St.��Ba*gjne.. ; ^%-^ ^ T\^  "Vfot lbe"Ladiea.J 'iTbtichoKeM.' Bt?��k.  ,-: TrW'A-^ew Cans of   ��  " , '  * a ' -'       i -.  "Old Homestead Brand"  ���Vegetables and Fruits at  FITCH'S  mnuui��.��- 1-���-     . ,   ,, - .     , I Uieir residence.,-, -������- -{-~ --������-��-   ~K-^  mine;-than by these  new  buildings    'L g^ im��r0voments are .being made  and the 'other   improvements " madft,   ..,-..,, ^     i'.'i.V.T.i ���!,��r/worl[-  J!vcrjtbing"is ofthe mostCsubs'tantial.  nattfre;> and-has*ltheTappearance.��� of.  VennanenSyr. >;* "Af ^KingV 'tapeiin-  tendent of the mill and of the building  department; is"the busiest man-around  the work��, and it'is in "a* \ar��aj m?a"  sure due to^his Btienuous^effisj-ty tha^  the mine will be.ih position'to^ resume  active operations at such' an early  date- -      ' :   Mr, Corbin's fipad;   '/  Spokane, No7"l7-A $4,000,000  mortgage- was filed in the county  iudilor's office, today, drawn iu favor  of the Knickerbocker Trust company  of New York and ' covering all the  property of the Spokane & International railway, which is ta���connect  tins city with .the'Canadian Pacihc  railway system. The bonds are for  fifty years and are issued at the rate  of $30,000 per  mile.   Rev. Westman's Lecture.  Walter McKay and'Riohard Wilson,  of Portland'/Oregon,, were  hore   this'  week to exatnino the,Aurora  property;  on'   'the   west'',side' of Moyie   lake.  Yesterday they were shown around'by  Michael ��� Sullivan,  the/manager,(Kand  they   are   leaving -/or thome" today.  MeeWSlaokay aud-Wilson  have, an  18 month's bond on the property.     .*  ; .HVe are "very well^pieadod^'with   ti���  showing 't already   made,'', said. Mr  Wilson';-^this   morninp." /'We^'sbatl  continue J work through'   the   winter  about as* *e   have .been   dmngr  and  early in the'spring if th^'indioations  justify it' we- shall  'branah-iput- and  .work "on a 'much    more   , extensive  scale.'/, )      ;-., ,        , '.���     .,--  , Work is now going ahead in, tlie,  raise from the No. 1 to^connect1 with  the winze from the 50 foot sh'aft," level.  Between these two'is'fa distance- of  230 feet. The "raise,is in about*280  feat from'the tunne-1, and the winze is  *it 5 the' end of , the;-70, foot - drill  from . theVshalt'-ilevel. ,' The men _ are  working" on' a' gbo'd^Btrong^lead of  ore.',-  ' -   ''    .T.*"^V.   -i     \*  WeEstill have a lew socks oi our August car kft, winch vse  reserve'a^ormor ��� prices 'for (ho-o who prefer lour made  rom old wheat: , Our price* are ri.ht, and both the lour  and rolled oats are the best. If you have not used these  brands before, NOW, is the time to, give them a trial.  GENERAL  NEWS "NOTtS  ' r,King Edward has sp-wined'hisrankle.  5  Tlie open season 'for,Jishing closed  Wednesday. ' "' *'        ' >   ' '  W. D. Hill is clo&ing out his "business "in Cwnbrook 'on account of ill  health. '   >'   \- "     .        ,|-(  v'The G.ith'olic. popuUtion of ,the  United .Stafes at"_prj;sonr. numbers  about fourteen millions.     -  ��� More "than 5.000*^persons disappear  every year^n the United States and  are never-heard from again.   ���    '   -.  r      I T r ^ -f f   -\  METAL",,MARKET.  New 'Yoiti:���Bar silver,'c61 rent*  Lead,'$5.15., Ziho (speltort ?_5.90.   __ -  London���Lead,'��15 7s. tfj.  '    -The^Gatholio Social.  t  The com rait! tee of  ladies in   charge  of the  Catholic'''social which .will   be-/  given    on <j>foy.': 30th,   held, another  meeting l.ist'^Vetlaesday  and   further -  discussed,their pi tn\�� for th it evening.,  From*preaent'i'ndl'?atious  llielr  *Proa "  and necktie^spcial will bo the evtiuc oi  the season, an'd"by  the already large  demand for^UckeLs  a  big attendance  on. that, 'night1- 'is ^"assured.   Nov. 130  i        ^    \* ' ^ >���  f i* t ' V'f, I  ,      , >   < \ii tl.^.J-^ Il I  1 -  ���   V  Wl "  t t,^ I  .^���a-i  OolleotionsJ.  Farrell & Smyth, Moyie.  For Miners  TrV    ft   SUlt    OI  For sale by  ever worn,  ^Ji >v* *v- ^  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT^  Rev' J. P. Westman of Cranbrook  preached the annivereary service in the  Moyie Methodist church last Sunday  evening, and then again on .Monday  evening delivered a lecture on the  subject "You're It." Mr. Westman, is  a pleasant, entertaining speaker and  bis audience enjoyed it thoroughly.  Government Works.   ,  Don McKay,' superintendent of  roads, trails and, bridges for the district is here with a small force of  men making several needed improvements in' the vicinity ol Moyie.  Own a Diamond...  There is this about Diamonds,  They are good for a life time, "worth  as much at ono time as another, ^o  have a very fine collection of Diamond  Jewelry; Wo have a nice selection of  diamord Rings with any style of sotting you may desire.  Let's sell you one?     %  H. WILSON,  CRANBROOK, B. C  *,ror me uu.u��;=. .^*.������-;���,-��,    .,,  or, neck wear' eve^shownUn the \spun  try'at E. A: Hill's '  ' 'Theafeyie'Miners^TJnionihave annr  ^TJ^eTthat tKeyjffiU gjve^a .ba^on  December 12th! \ S~l 1,��.':./*^,.rfe/"  ��� The'Williams solid leather shoes for  school'children. Every pair guaranteed. -ForjjalebyE.A.mii;   v *���  ' C. Ross Tate,'of the',, firm of Wm.  F". Tate & Son,  Cranbrook,   was   here  this week on his regular weekly trip. auo    The Moyie aerie of Eagles nominated   nesday, NovemberJ3nd,  officers for the ensuing term  at   their  regular meeting Wednesday evening.  Prof. A, E, Barlow of the Dominion geological'department-at Ottawa  was here this week procuring samples  from the Aurora mine.  ' The Methodists and Presbyterians  of Moyie are joining this year in giving a Christmas tree and entertainment  election" in- uranuruu-.?-<~-;- *-,-  Wednesday. ..The "oandiuates, who iti\\  contest forfthe'honor,-of; forming^the  firsfcity-council areas follows,-.- ,^ <v  '..For mayor; 'Al�� cMoffatt and' Q.  T.'Rogers.'       "T ,      ' " ��� r   \'     ''  , ,  . For Aldermen : J- P, Fink, James  GVeer, Jabez Harris, H. Hickebotham,  Devere Hunt, Joe Jackson, Dan-Murphy, Jas. Ryan and G. P. Tfedale.  ������ The election will be held next Wed-  ^^  . ~ ���     L  Date of Decision.  , ���r���     ��� \   .  'AlHhe .evidence in the Campbell-  Drewry damage suit has been taken.  On next Tuesday, Noyembor 21st the  case will be argued before Judge Wilson in Cranbrook, afcer which a decision will  be given.    -  Abo Leggott, a miner well known in  Moyie where he had lived a few yesrs  ago was married tho other _ day in  McCabe, Arizona.  There will be no mass Sunday at  the Catholic church. Father Choinel  will be here one week from Sunday,  November 26th.  J. C. Drewry nas gone east to attend  the regular annual meeting of Oanad-  For    Transfer  Licence.  of    Liquor  w.  Jewrler.  E���k deposit. jjeii w m   ���0,  Once opened lt grows wu  Interest   allowed at  current   rates  pounded twice a year.  CRANBKOOK BRANCH.  j  F m   PI1MKHAM, Manager  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN 13  CRANBROOK  K. D. BMA.LI., Manager. ,  Good rooms, good  tables and bar  and first olass^ampla rooaie.  ian Gold Fields   Syndicate,  be absent about three weeks.  Harry Sait, fireman at the St.  Eugene" compressor,-went to Nelson  this week to take his first examination  as an engineer.   He was successful.  Dave Moore, for several years ore  buyer for the Trail smelter, has severed hia connection with that institution and will soon leavo for Japan to  embark in business for himself.  The ladies of Moyie are cordially invited to call and  inspect "the  hats at  Miss   Struvo'a   Millinery and   Dressmaking    parlors   on   Tuesday,   Nov.  j 21st.    Don't miss the opportunity of  [securing a bargain.  Dennis Lynch, foreman, and Frank  McDevIU, shiftboss, at the upper  workings of the St. Eugene, have severed their connection -vith the company. Harry Thompson is now filling  the position formerly occupied by  Lynch.  Every man owes it to himself and  his tamily to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of lele-  graphy, in this issue, and learn how  easily a young man or young lady  may learn telegraphy and be assured a  position,  Application  I, Jane Frith, of Moyie, in the prov  ince of British Columbia, do hereby  apply to the Board of Licence commissioners for a transfer of hotel  licence from Jane Frith ot -Moyie, B.  O., to Charles Armstrong of Moyie, B.  O., to'sell intoxicating liquors under  the provisions of the statutes in that  behalf in the premises known and  ��� described as the International hotel,  He will   Moyie, B. C. to commence on the 12th  * Marvsville has suffered a loss' b_< the  burning down of the Falls View .hotel.  It wasapopuUr hostelry and only  partially insured.' - It will be rebuilt at  once, '   >  '  Among the detectives in the employ of the New York police department is a Chinaman who was formerly a lay reader in the Methodist  church. '   Spokane is to have a new eight  story hotel, costing $750,000. It will  be built by-Tom L. Grenomrh, who recently'sold his interest in the Morning  mine in the Coeur d'Alenes.  .         ,'  Josie Carr, the 13 year old girl who  stole a baby from the front of T.  Eaton's store and rolled if down an  embankment where it perished, was  sentenced Saturday* to seven years  penal servitude.        .  V .Where" to Find It;  *      ^ -   *      * - I .-���  The story is told of Helen Hunt,,  the famous author of "Ramona" that  one mamintr after church service 'she  found a puwe full^of money, and told  her pastor pastor about it.  "Very well." he said, "you keep it,  and at the evening service I will announce it," which he did in this wise:,  '���This morning there' was found,, iu  this church a purse filled with money,  If the owner is'present he or she can  go to Helen Hunt for it."       a   '  And the minister wondered why the  congregation-"tittered! -,  *V '*���'  r   I,  3*4  day of January, 1906-  (Signed)  Jake Fitmr.  TThen You havo a 1S��H Cold.  You want a  remedy   that   will not  only Sive <luick relieI but effrtCt a pCr~  manent cure.  You want a remedy that will relieve  the lungs and keep expectoration easy,  You want a remedy that will count-  eiact any tendency toward pneumonia.  You want a remedy that is pleasent  and safe to lake.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets  all of these requirements and for the  speedy aud permanent euro of bad  colds stands without a peer. For sale  bv S. K. Harvif.  The superstition is so slrong that  in none of the hotels of Spokane is  there -a room numbered 13 Hotel  managers long ago found out that a  great majority of travelers were tender on tho subject of 13, and a room  with that number was hard to rent.  Coming Attractions.  The attractions billed at the Eagle  hall so f�� are as follows:���Jerry fiom  Kerry, Nov. 25; London Bioscope Co.,  Nov. 27, Catholic Ladies' Social Nov.  30; Bohemian Girl, Dec. 9.  KOIIUE-  Should the mill of the Moyie Lumber Company not op-rate this season,  it is my intention to open a lumber  yard iu Moyie in the spring. Prospects for the winter do imt warrant it  at present, but those desiring lumber  now will do well to see me. .  II   CAMERON.  j   ClmrcU Son loos.  Presbyterian���In the Oddfellows  Hall. Sunday School at, 3 p. ra. evening    service   at   7 :30.  Everyone welcome.  G. H. FINLAY, Pastor.  Methodist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening service at 7 :30 o ciuck.  Everyone welcome.  D. M. PERLEY, B. A., Pastor.  I  , f . . Colic, Cholern and  Chamberlain 8 n.nrrhoci Remedy.  Nei.rf.ll..  Buy 11 now,   it��.ys����l.te.  ITpjb IV. Krt-uaul- Injured.  II rb W. Edwards  of   Des  Moiues,  Iowa, gut a Ml "  .��i    icy   wilk   last  wl���tcr,M'--'-"��'=i,,��wr1l,t a'"1 T'!3  1U1! hi, knees. "1-ao next day he  siy�� "thev were s,o sore and still 1 was  afraid I would havo U stay in bed, but  I rubbed them well with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after a few applications aorenws had disappeared."  For sale by S. K. U��rue.  " LO. O.'F.Prospering.  The local lodge of OJd Fellows had  a splendid meeting last Tuesday evening. The initiatory degree was conferred on three candidates, after which  a social session was hold and coffee,  sandwiches^ and cake were Berved.  The lodge is making splendid progress,  and the degree.team will have plenty  of work to' do during the coming  winter months. ���.  OPERA   HOUSE    ^  ONE NIGIIr   ONLY.  Saturday,   November     25"  PATTEN & PERRY  ���IN���  JERRY     FRO!  KERRY-  A Roaring  Musical    Farce   Comedy   and  Vaudeville Attraction.  Many New Features  Superior  and a  Uniformed    Concert   Band  and Orchestra  20   PEOPLE -~20   rEOPLE  Watch   For    Street   Parade  Prices :   75 & tl 00,  -v  / [ ',1.- %
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BY CHARLES GARVICE \
Author of " The Verdict of the Heart/' " A Heritage   t
of Hate,"-"Nell of Shorne Mills/' "Paid- %
For/''"A Modern Juliet/' Etc. , '        f
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'"(let  up!"   he  mi id,   removing    his
Knot*., , .     ,  '
'The J^ascar spiang lo(, his feet,
dawd, uncertain. .Unwiuing «a.tcd
a second  or two,  thi'ii  hi' said.
.Vow.   we'll   hglit    it-  out   Kriglish
fashion."
Tlnj Lascar was no inean bo\cr-
had picki d it up from
m.*s«Bii.stes—and with a nickeling
binilC he threw himself llilo po.Mtn.ili.
- This sui-onrl fight bhall nor. bo, tlo-
SLi-ib"d. Sulliu- it that the, Lascar
was as a child in the hands of Lho
man who had carried all before him
with the- gloies at (Jhnstchurch.
Again and again and Lascar came
' on-^-let us give him his due—to receive the tcnible punishment, but au
last a well-aimed blow from Mannering— who was now enjoying , himself
amazingly—sent the, Lascar Lo em th
with tlie f-iekening thud some of us
know 'ho well. f '
' Mannering, panting nnd wiping Uie
sweat—it Ji'ad Unwed like water—
from his swollen fan*, stood owi"
,}inm for a moment in silence; then he
beckoned to' lh6 num. ' ■
•'Take  him   to   the   hut,"  lie   sa'«'
-    Then,  as  they picked  up the unconscious 'man,   Mannering  added,   quite
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quietly,    i '   , -,
- "I  think Hlmt settles  it.   H   not', if
.any  of"you   would   like  to  try   your
- The polite and liUcial oiler was declined with thanks.   ' ,
"That's   all  light,    sir,"   said   one
f ' man,   the   best   of   the   had   lot.    "tt
was a square und fair' fight, and bli'
,r" ,im> if he nin't got what ho'desei-\;es."
■•Well.then.'^said Manneiing.   ''Yon
understand   that  , 1/m 'master  here—
.someone  has  to1 be,  you  know,—and
•tliat  if I'find any, man pass the line
of "flint   tree"—he  pointed  to   one    a
"hundred „yards from the Vei nons" hut
—•'well!'"'      , ' '    '    '
ITliey -went  off,  bearing the Lascar,
'   and Mannering < tinned to    Fleming,
'  'who  was clinging to his-arm.    .     -   f
" .Mannering!,Alamu-nng1 » You  aie
'*' liui-W    You   are  bleeding1 „■ Oh.   Mannering.   how;4-ho'y* . nobly  you fought!
It, was-w'icked, very wicked,  but—oh,
)io\v—how 1 admire you for it!    Uocl
forgive me!" <  ^   '\  "       ~~    '
, C11APT15H ir.
', Nina came from the hht, not running, but .with a giacetul swiftness.
r Her face was still paler', but her eyes
wore glowing under their dark lashes.
a^ "Are,you—are you hurt''" she asked in "a low voice, which she was,
woinnnfully," trying to keep .steady.-
^."Thanks, not at all, or very little," said Mannering, going for his
coat.    ,'', r,a
•-0]-i,\Mannt?ring,  how- can you say
tso'"    exclaimed    I-'leining,  reproachfully. ' "}lo  is  badly    cut.    Look,    at
-  the blood!,    lt is of no  use putting
■   your coat, on, ■Manneimg;,you *must
* -have that dreadful wound diessed."
''      .<<rj   , .'r.     + rt/\       cllirht      In    lip.    C.'lllnfl
one oi tin- .stone'. He w'as- thinking
of the men, womieqng how long they
would   n-iiiuin   quiescent,   amenable.
Well''- ik-uuiiKli-'l ttUi iloctor, jm-
patii titlv, _ llis i.uv was.Hushed wah
i-\eit<-iiieiiL n's well as fever, jand the
.sweat stood in lu'g drops on Ins
wiinkh-d foielK-ud.
'"AKiinvring raised his brows depic-
caLnigl.\ . r
"Tlii-.V   look   like     ui-diiiui-y  stones',
lloetoi ,"  in. j,ai<l.
Iloctor Yeiiloii uttered a crjr of im-
, patient  contempt.
"Tin, mun, 'where were you educated'" lie- retorted, impatiently.
••The.v are gold nuurt/., Uold, gold,
I w)l .vou' Hush'" ,nc glanced'an-
Mntisly towards tlie door. , "Ifs
gold. We are uch—beyond l tho
dieams of aval ice!" «
fie uttered the dear old hackneyed
phrase hoarsely, unctuously
' "1 lound them in the Valley between i-ihe ridge oi lulls, south- by
southwest. Then- i^, j.0|il there, J
tell jou, gold in nimicn.si: uiiantitiesl
(3ol<!!"*  , '
}' iKAs!
MM
ill
n
'It'is  too    slight  to  be  called    a
wound," said Mannering, casually,, <
"Pome,Jto  the hut,"  said Nina   in
the' tone " a.'wo,niair  uses  to' a  nian
wlien she means: to , be obeyed.
-   .     They went     to    the  Vernon's  hut,
and she poured some   water ,11110    a
to ' tin and examined tlie knife slash.   >
"JtJs an, awiul cut," site saul'-be-
Muewi her  white,    even teeth.   ' "1—I
don't know  what lo do."  ' -
"Oh, we'll , just wash it," said
Mannering, ligluly. ' Jt will be all
right;  it is nothing "
She .shuddeied slightly as she bath-'
ed the'(lowing blood n0111 the wound,
but her hand was ipinc steady, and
it was only her beautiful lips that
quivered.
"1—I am glad you did not kill
him, rhough—though at one moment
1 almost wished— How stiong you
must be1" she said 111 .1 low,\oicc.
•'I did not know you were looking," ' said ' Jlannei ing, reluctantly.
"1 told you to shut the dooi."
"J did—oh, I did!—but 1 looked between tho logs," she said, with sudden meekness.
A shadow fell across the threshold
and the Doctor entered. He was aa
old man, bent and feeble, but at
that moment in a state of suppiess-
ed excitement which lent him fictitious strength and vigor
"Nina, where is Mr. Mannering?
Oh, there you are!" he sujd, peeiing
at them under -his white nnd shaggy
brows "I've got news, great news,
for you Mannering. \\hat are you
doing? What is the matter?" he
broke off to enquire.
Nina lifted hoi eyes from her work.
"Mr. Mannenng has been hurt—
the men, father. They wanted to
steal the chest, and—and Mr. Mannering—"
"Eli-' What? No matter"' ho interrupted, impatiently "fciome quar-
icl,  1  suppose.      .Let  me see "
Jle put the girl aside geutly and
looked at the cut.
"Knife, eh-1 I-'losh wound only.
One me a piece of linen Tear it ofl
tlie sleeve of the blurt. Why did you
quail el' .1 Riirli a moment, when
}ou need all youi siti-ngth und coolness Mannemig, I'lcming, ' he continued, <-as tie dettly staunched and
bandaged the wound, "l have made
the most eMiaordinary discoveiy. A
Pjn, Nina Tut, tut. haven't >ou a
safety pin''" Sh,. found one and
gave  it  to him.    "I'm   it  heie."
Her cool, soft fmgei s touched Man-
nc-ring's arm g--ntli, pityingly, tend-
eily
"That's right. You will do very
well Nc.\t case. Ely* Whaf 'I bought
J  was in the ward     How  did you get
, Hi? bloodshot 'eyes peeiyd from,one
lo yie other with feverish excitement,
^and his- hanging under lip trembled
as if he hud, been struck )iy palsy. ' ,
'Fleming- and Mannering looked-at
each1 other significantly. The glance
said. ,'"lli' in uinil!", r -     "  *
'"In iuinieiisv quantities' It, lies,
most of it, 'on the( surface, in 1 what
the miners^ call 'pbicers,-' It is quite
easy to get. It 'is; i verily believe,
an island of tfold., And,it'is ours,
oursj Nina. .Mannering, Fleming, we
are, rich, mi'tioimires, multi'-inilliOn-
' a ires, as thfc phrase goes,' It, is incorrect,, but no- matter; tlie gold 'is
there!. How hot'it is!" lie drew his
trembling hand across his wet brow
and 'sank,1' 'almost''collapsed; on to
the table.
Xina.wi'iit to him and laid a soothing  hand  on  his  shoulder.
"You ..are   tiu;d,   father;   you   must
(1-est, ,be quiet—"
"Rest1 'Nonsense1' Y'ou—you talk
like a child! "i ou "don't undeistand,
Ninii' I tell ,you it !s gold! I cannot have made a mistake.1 We havo
'been" ea'st ashore on ,xn Eldorado!
Air Man'nei-ing, Fleming, you will
share it with' me' .indeed, it really
belongs totyou, Mannering, for",.but
for vou we, should never have rwiched
. the island,alive Clold' Gold in practically unlimited'quantities' Think "of
a' N"inn„ 1—I um thiisty.' -I have
been 111 the sun—water—water!",' -
'-He was, gasping for breath, his
face'", was In id and. ,his features-
twitching
"Mannering ran-<ju^>of the. hut and
brought some water, and a draught
.somewhat Restored the old man". ~
' "Go," now," said Nina in a low
voice "I will-get him'"to ho down
and .sleep.' De will be'better in.'the
morning."   .,,<■'. ,'      , .       jKf
-She extended her hand to .Mannering, and, as he took it, she murmur-
ed: i'
"Good -night'
No   matter'      Mannuiing,
ft
the hurt?
see heie''
: He turned to the empty box which
served as a table and turned out the
contents'of his pocket upon.it.
"Look at those!" he exclaimed in
a tone of suppressed 'excitement.
'.'Look at them! Do you know what
they are?    Wait!    Shut the door!"
• Nina closed the door and came,
back to the group: but though- the
casual Observer would have said that
j she was looking at the apparently vx-
treinely commonplace .stones on the
table, she was really looking, >ido-
ways,  at Mannering.
"See what they are!" said the
Doctor, in a thick, tremulous whisper... '.'Take up  one  of them;  examine
.Mannerinjr   mechanically   took,  un
:ind thank you!" ,
"That's all right,, Miis Nina," "ia
said,»in ,tiue Englisl-,man's fashion. .
"Do you think"theie is anything in
'the Doctor's discovery''" 'as'lced Flcm-1
ing, hesitatingly, as^ie and Mannering'walked   townids   tlicit-  hut.
Mannering ^shiuggod      his      broad
shouldets.
"L    don't   know,     rlheie    may   be.
(,'old  is  lound  in  all  soVts or places.
Hut it  would have  been   more to  the
pomt if  the   Doitoi   had  discoveied a
banana   tiee,   a  boot  tiee   or  a coat
lice      What   is  the  use  Of  gold   to US?
Vou  can't  make even  a  de-x-nt ei ock
out   of  it
rh tiung  coughed  violently.    \
"That   is  true     Mannering,   what a
lesson   to  sonic 01   us   who  spend  our
lives    amassing    U.S.-less     wealth'      I
wish  that     .some  01   our  millionaires
could   be  heie-  lo  learn  that lesson1"'
His pinus reflection   was  broken  by
the couuh  which shook hun fiom top
to  toe "
'"I in 11 111 and get some sleep," said
Manneiing r
• And vou? You, too, will get
some  sleep to-night,   Mannering11"
\".s, oh, ius', But i I! look round
hi st   '
Fleming ent'eied0 their hut and
diopped into the 1 ough bed, exhausted by the physical and mental
.strain, but Mannenng, as soon as he
had assiued himself that Fleming was
asleep, went up 10 the Yeiuoiis" hut
and, levolver in hand, dropped down
outside  the dooi      ' L
Though he had firmly icsolved that
he would not sleep, ho must have
fa Mi 11 into a seiiii-doz-e, lor lie was
slni lied, as one is stailled out of
sleep by a cry 111 Nina's voice.
"Mr -Manuel ing—my fathei!"
ife was on his feet in a moment
ami  followed   hei   into  the nut.
Mm lie could do nothing. rl h0 Doc-
toi was dead. Thu excitement of his
ilisioM-iy, on the top of the' fever,
had pioved fatal "lhe gnl .stood beside ihe lifeless foim, her ejes dry,
all hei le.ns shut up in her bereavoc1
iieaii. , wamiei-ing round iiimscit
beielt ol spiech, a dumb dog. With
sealcdv a glance at her, he went in
seal ih of  Fleming.
lie met In in coming up from the
"i"tlch, Ins flail figure bent, his arms
hanging limplv „t his side, almost
eveiv stej) punctuated by his cough.
■Manneiing," lie said, in the tone
of one who {tilings bad news, "they
—they havo gone'"
• Clone-'      Who-)     asked   Mnnnerinir.
uunjr,
"The man—all ot them/ They hava
taken the boat and left us."
Manneiing nodded grimly.
"It is like them. The boat gone!
There goes our only hope of escape.
I, too, have had bad news. Doctor
Vernon is dead. Go up to the hut,
Fleming.    She wants you."
Fleming    caught    his "breath,  then,
without a word, went up the beach.
Mannering' stood , on the    edge    of
the   sand and    looked   out seaward.
With the boat had gone    their    last;
chance,  hope,  of escaping.      He   and'
Fleming and Nina were now left sole
inhabitants of this lonely island. He
btared out to sea, and the, sea mocked him with its splendour and majesty,   it seemed to him  to say.  "J am
Master; you  are  my Slave.    J laugh
at you and  all your efforts.      1   am
supieme. My will is law. 1 have cast
you here  to  live  in a  living    death.
There is no escape!"
How  long he Remained  staring    at
the waves as they lapped on the sand
he never knew.     He was lecalled  , to
life and    its   exigencies  by Fleming,
who,  crawling  up   weakly,' said:
"is theie a spade, Mannering?"
Mannering    wade    a   mute assent1;
found   the spade,  and  the    two  men
dug the grave.  They went up 'to  the
hut and( carried rthe doud  man down.
, Nina '   followed    them,     her    hea'd
bowed almost to her bosom; 'and she1
stood t   motionless,     tearless,     while,
,Fleining recited the Burial  Service in
gasps. ( l '
Then, still with bent head, she went
back to the hut; a girl, an orphan,'4
with these two men as sole companions. a \ .
Fleming, as a clergyman, had offered the .u/sual condolences, and she
had accepted them meekly, with the
docile humility of her sex. it was
evening before he 'left her and met
Mannering at the entrance of their
hut.
'Fleming was wan and pale,, and his
cough  was like a war cry.
"How is she?" rasked Mannering,~>
1 Fleming made iv gesture<,of duspafi'.
VWho .should ,,say? .Very bad. Poor
■girl! oh, poor girl! It's terrible, terrible!, And—and Mannering, I've'been
thinking—I— X, want to speak', to'
youi" ,1 l 1     ■      k ,
"Well, 'what is it?" asked Mannering, dully. , '     ' ,if     <•-     .
•1 Fleming  had   stink  upon     his     bed
and  was gasping as if, for breath. -'■'
"I—Jwimist do, my duty. '   ]    must
face it,'Mannering.      The*  Doctor' is
dead."            ,            ,  ' ■    '    '    "• ,
"Well, I know.|vWhat,then?" ' asked
Mannering, doggedly.    ' ,   "     ' <-
"And—and X—J  don't think 1 shall'
last long."         '■ -       i„
'-■ "Nonsense!" said Mannering,' brus-.
qnely.         "                      " '     ,
"I    don't.    I'm—I've    never    been
'strong,^and   this place,  beautiful   '.us
it 'is,, seems to—to sap all     my , re-1
maining strength. vMannernig,  if—if I
go, you,-two,  you and'cNma,"   will be
alone'" »                                -   -   -,
He   paused   and   fought   for   lireath.
holding  his  weak  chcjst,-"   as     if   ,he
would fain hold the strength  in it.
"Well?" said Mannering. -.
Fleming looked at him with poignant anguish. . ',''',,,
' "A'lone! You and she! Mannering,
for her^sake, for yours, you'iiiust.be
— Can you not guess? Oh, help me,
Mannering! You must be mairiedi",
.' Mannering stared at.' him, at first
vaguely, then with an intense anxic-4
ty, and gravity'.'   ,   P '     •   "
"Mairied!'^ broke fioin his parched
lips: J-, >, - '.'-- - j,   -if' -• ■
"Yes,     married!"_, breathed''"'Flem-
,ing.-S-\ <■   • /    ' U    „ . ,'/\s   -^
Hon-   a  I*hoto8rrupl>»-T t.oat   111*  Cold
Wntcli nnd Clinin Attached.
A man vent into a photographer's
gallery the other day. Men have done
this before and survived, even though
taken from life. This man was on the
usual errand,'a, fact that he carefully
imparted to the artist.
•'Make the best presentment you can
of me, gentle sir," he said in a courteous way, "and, •while 1 need but one,
a dozen -will,' not come aniiss. Let
them be your .premier cabinets, for I
would not curtail the expense."
The photographer rubbed his hands
together in a'purring ivay. ,
"I will try to satisfy you, sir," lie
said.' "Pray be seated." ' <
The subject smiled as the artist
posed, uJin. ■
"I will admit," he said, "that I desire to look my very best.   A heart's
happiness as well as tho disposal of a
goodly sum of ducats may rest' upon
the impression this portrait makes." ,
,"l fully comprehend," said the artist.
The sitter glanced down at hl3 vest.
"Seems rather dull and tame to me,"
ho said.   "Ought to be brightened up
a  little.    Here,  suppose you (let  me
"wear that watch' and chain ( of yours
Just as a catchy eutward decoration."
"So the'smiling photographer passed
him  the  gold  watch  with  Its  ucayy
chain,   and   the   sitter   donned , tliem
with jjerceptlble pleasure.
"That'll go fine with tho rest of the
makeup," be said. And a moment or
two later, after the photographer bad
stepped out to get a dry plate or something, "he returned to And that the
watch and- chain bad gone with tho
rest of tlie makeup to parts' unknown.
—Cleveland Plain Dealer. ^ '       ,     ' - .
r A PRIMITIVE SPOT.      ~"
Virginia.'*  recnltar «nd  Isolated  torn
land  of  Tanffler.
In Chesapeake bay, 125 miles south
of Baltimore, with which city communication by boat three times a week
may be depended upon during the summer beason,  is  the  strange  tslaud  of
Tangier, so completely  Isolated from
the usual lines of travel Unit it hardly
seems possible that it can be a part of
the state of Virginia. * * * Imagine, If
you  can,   an  island  about five- miles
long  aud   three-fourths  of a   mile   in
width,   with   a   population   of   nearly
1,500, where each' house is connected
with Chesapeake bay by a tiny canal;
an- island   where  the  population   has
built'homes along 'one narrow street
but nine feet in width, without sidewalks,   roadbed  or gutter;  an   island
where the women go about with bare
feet and calico gowns during the week
and where the'nieu,leave for their work
at an early hour on Monday uiorning
and remain away until Saturday after-
uoou; an island where intoxicating liquors are not sold, where billiard rooms
and pool rooms are'uulinowh; an island' \.r
where one physician and tlie minister
constitute-the professional class; an island' where profanity is punished by
fine; on island without a jail' or lockup
and where religion Is "the r'ule''arid tor
be outside of-the church'is to be outside of the pale of the best society; an
Island where public cemeteries are unknown and  where  the' dead rof each,
home are burlod hi the front yard.   If
you can Imagine all this/you may have,
some'falnt idea of the' peculiar surroundings of tiro Inhabitants of Tangier. -        ">       '
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- Pnczled.' '
, "That man is a, puzzlo to me," said
tho physician thoughtfully.' ,"I haven't
,the faintest" Idea what he is-worth." K
, -'"vvTiat'difference doe's that make?" ,
','Why, I .don't' know how much to
charge him for my services. If he is inside of $100,000 I want,to make a reasonable charge as a practicing physician, but if he is worth more than tbatJ
tha proper .thing to do is to call myself
a specialist. and make 'the prico to
suit."—New York World. , %        ,,   ',,
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■CHAPTER HI.
Mannering-sank on,to the upturned
box  which   , served   as  a , seat,    and"
stared  over  Fleming's  Head1 ' "    V>'
"You—you   had never * though't" of "it"
—never "thought of the    situation   in
which  she would  bo  placed   if I  were
to  die and  you, and   she     were    left
alone?" said  Fleming,  huskily.
Mannenng  shook „his  head.    ' "No.'
Vou   will   think  me'selfish,   inconsiderate,  but—"
"No, no1" Fleming broke in eagerly "You ha\e had so much to think
of, Mannenng. "The wonder is tl\it
you have not broken down under the,
long, tlio^ terrible stiam. But 1—
well, the responsibility has not rested on my weak shoulders, and I have
had tune' to think, and I"—meekly,
modestly—"am' a clergyman, it was
my duty to think 0f you and for yuu
both. It has been in my mind ceaselessly, ever since 1 began to- 'fear
that the Doctor might die, and i.
knew that I should."
■ "You .will pull round,"' muttered
Mannering, stubbornly, b- - Fleming
shook his head.
"Don't let us waste rime arguing
it," he said, quietly. "My time is
short—I feel it. And think how she
will be placed, that helpless girl,
Manneiing! Let us consider it gravely— "
"A vessel might sight the .signal,
the beacon,-any moment," '-put in
Mannering under his breath.   ,
"If it did so before I died all
would be well; but it might not. And
if one came afterwaids, after T am
gone, and found you two here, and
took you off, what would be her
position? You, a man of the world,
know only too well, Mannering. She
—oh, poor girl, poor girl!—would bo
compromised in the eyes of the world
always so ready to lie suspicious and
censoi ions, always so merciless and
pitiless to the woman m her posi
tion." ,
"I know." muttered Mannering.
"But if you were married nll would
be well. No one, not the most malignant or heaitless, could cast a stone
You will not hesitate, Mannering?
Why should you? She i.s voung and
beautiful and good—the sweetest,
noblest girl—"
Manneiing sprang up, then sank
down  again.
"She is!" he suid, doggedly. "But
what   about me?  You  know    nothing
about me. You propose that this
young and beautiful girl with all her
sweetness and nobility should marry
a man of whose past you krjpw nothing. I am quite p0or. I may be,
probably am, worthless, a cumberet
of the earth, a waste—"
Fleming shook his head, and, after
a paroxysm of coughing, said, emphatically:
"Poor, yes, but not worthless
not  a  cumbererof the  earth,
forget that we [ were friends   on
voyage,  that I havo lived  with
here on the island, have had   opportunities, of reading your character—"■
"The marriage would not' be, valid," said Mannering';"
"Yes, I think so. I am not Up in
the marriage laws, as I should be,
but T am almost sure it would be;
and if you were not fully married in
the civil sense, you would be in the
spiritual, the solemn' one. If , you
were rescued you could be '■married
again at the first port, or on reaching England," said Fleming with
grave earnestness., "I have thought
<•>? tha e*sa in. a.11 Its hearirurs; I asn
TO BB  CONTINUED,   i
'   JVe-rer Touched Him.   >, * ,
"Young- man," said the Jong,haired
.passenger, addressing the party'iff'-the
'seat ahead, "doAyou realize that when
you'retire at'night'you/may be1'called
before the morning "dawns ?"-i   -,,*-
]. J,'Yes, and I always hope I will.be,'.'
answered the'young man.1 "I have just
hung but'myiM.iD.1lBhlngle,,and I need
lthe practice."- ■■-   -'"fa ' .; ^ < -v - ^ < i\,'
•'" Not Finding: Any'K«nIt.<* -  ; '
1 Sufferer-^Doctor,']! paid you,a""dollar
to put this porous plaster'on my'back,
'didn't I?' . '        '   (    ,  '
Physician—Yes, sir, though of course
that included the prescrip—    ...
Sufferer — That's-all right, doctor.
I'm not finding any fault 'I'll give you
$2 to take-it off—Chicago Tribune.
'        --      *.        °: **   *
'   - '       The  TcrinV'Grccnliorn."*-?   --   '
,' The term' "greenhorn?' originated 'In
this ".way:  The  pioneers  of the "west,
were uiiich"given, to hunting'deer? '.It
was a'fact known to'1 early "settlers tha't
when0, the-'horn'of a  fawn''began Tto
grow there ,was' a ring pC green hairv'
around the spot. ' It was considered a
disgraceful ,thing for a' hunter to kill a
fawn, 'a„cruel act, aud.tbe Willing time'
was regulated  by *the growth"\ot 'the>
horn.   There was af sort of unwritten t
law that;-no' one' should  kill,a^ male;
fawn before its horn could be seen.', A"
pcrsou who j was so unthbuglitful as^to"
■kill a 'deer under ^tlie proper"-age,!was
called   a   "greenhorn." / .He. was - so,
named "-because tlie young horn of,the
deer and the hair'around it were still
green.' <> The ^use   of   the vappellation'
'gradually'spread until flt{,was applied
to'all raw or inexperienced "youths'or,,
persons easily iniposecbupon".*".',' %>
, [ DeathLwor'lunacy'' seemed1 'the; only'
1,-lteinative foV-a well-known' an<T--ni8niy
-cspected tlady'of Wlngham, f-Ont.,41 who
lad travelled'over'two continents "in * a'
.•ain 'search-for a cuie/l'oi' nervous/de-'-
:b:lity and dyspepsia.!1 A friend' recom-.'
mended. South Ameiican ^Nervlnel tOne1
oonle'helped,'-six-bottles cuicd, oncPhei
The , YouiiKcut    IlnndMineu    Iu     JVevr
York's 3Ieinorlnl  JJ«r I'nrade. •    .
' A. brass band recruited from r, among
street waifs and using instruments belonging to the set thnt took tlie first
prize at,tho Centennial exposition In
1S70 was one of the most striking features of the Memorial day procession in
New York. The band lsa product of
tlie New York, Juvenile asylum, and It
serves,as a popular Illustration of the
manner in which, tliat well known' Instil
tutlotii trains these "dear, 'pathetic nobodies," as , Oliver "Wendell' Holmes
once described them, to become,useful
'citizens. , "^ '" '!",.. /'-,/.'"' V 1'
'The .asylum, of 'course,^ encourages
Uie boys to"follow their bent, and-naturally, those who have any".musical1 up-
t!ltudo are quick, to seize" the opportu"-.
nlty Unit Is denied to*rs'6.many boys In
'   ,    BABY MANAGEMENT,
The   Absolute   A>ceKKit}.   Vur  ,,
!' lnrlty   Ij,   ri.e,||„s        "'*•'«•
Punctuality |„ foediug votil „.,'„'. -
of all things the mesi ^!n.f>*
habits-of reguinrltj in all e{ b,''rations cannot be begun too «»„   «*
get into bad habits ofi
-Uie, outside vyorld who are^ commonlyj'
'sujiposedto be more'fortunately situat-'
ed. "Tblsvorganlzatlo'n'iof promising mu-
Klclans'cirme" to-NewrYorkf'"obr*-Mayr80
fro'rn1Dobbs Bjierry,'where, the' asylum's
new,, borne'. Is -located,, on, a .300 tacre,
ffa'rm. '' Therev the" once"'- homeless'1 'or
neglected-boys.recelve'riot only the' or/
dinary public school educatlon^'but'a
tthorougb , training^, in    the ' different
trades;" yXhey'bave'plcnty ^of '"tlnie" for'
play 'I' too,; a nd," thanks' to', E v(ert' Jaiiseri,
-,Wendellfand"other-well known phllaa^
ttirroplsts.'the'y are^vfully supplied wlth[
parapheVnalla 'tor tlfeirj games."-^ ,','< ',
,- ,,Tlie, .same, baud^'thaV attracted -'so
-much favorable attention in New.York-
also serves to.br'gbteu^the llfe'al Dobbs
Ferryr.i.In fact, there is^nOjEuggestion'
of  unnecessary  restraint at,,that delightful home—hot-'even a fence around
"the', spacious J'grounds.J-   In   the",rflfty~
years' of^ItstexIsteiice.'thVasy'lum.has"
led-many^a boy" toward .the goal o£,sui>-
cess, and. who knowsTbut that-in the.
such  as  Walking,the, floor «u,     "'
"bushing"rhi„i u, sleep 01- fef,,M"„,  ',
at irregular intervals; and vou  1     '
i^lffe is destroyed.   •fheiL^,**
moUier and nurse are pi one to tali \1'
these errors, aiidibjtlei-ly do tiie, ;,,,
to pay  the consequences ImpoCwi u '
Uie- tiny , tyrant.    Hut the. ,„„„,"„ ?..,
four.-children has learned wlvlomh
baby managenient. and p!)0 kiiowsiiui '
punctuality -In/ feeding j, n« onlv I'
Important as discipline,  but lo-iuis'te
as a rule of liealtli,   it mu->t lie'U.L
tlie.nrst day or two, after nirUi'L"
the two boii't-s' interval rigidly olUrf;"
ed during the daytime. '.   , ■
;A.aiQ,llihyrbaby will sleop „<ievcii «'I
eight; hours at flight without awnia, ;"
Ing, t and/you should  not «rouse litm'
for feeding,,but,.let him doifiinue hi/> 1
baby dreams, because? he will notsW'5!
top < much. '<; 'As bis Browing continues
and-bo begins to take, more nourish.''
.j'ineut, for hlsjueals (he intervals be''
ftweenjthe, feedings-must bo increased,'''
ri As.good^ as^a.'clotjk in1 the house li '
a, vigorous Infant who has been'uingiii.
, regular^ babit.s""frotn   b'irth,   He will 'tl
take?a nap after each-bottle or nun.1" I
' ing' and' wiike up precisely;at the end ^|
of two hours. ",If liis bottle'is not readj '
;and Awaiting (arid*, of course "It bhould -* I
be) tliere wiiPbe 'protestiiig cries, and '>
so itfgoes on. ',   ri ' - '
JiO^MAS-A"" ■
•* e.00P?STR0Nli BACK?
■   < '{   '
What' Dodd's^ Kidney    Pills dii
"* t .\        „'     l     'j ' -"  '. V "
• t- -i." for H./iyi.'Spear^. > y
-    'j'Jt, *'\j,   ,"  ,-r  *       u^i
Thougrit'lie would have to Stop Work
but the ;Great".Canadian Kidney Re-,, I
1 . medyjm'a'de him "Strong [and Active.^L
>6and.c,ad^cadet^
DUfl. some! B-rpnh     nnrlnr 'nr' wimnnonr       „ I •<,-,, 'l    ,.''..     ,'..  ., ,-.'1
farmer' living near,-here. is shouting*!
Dwn written testimony'closes with  thpse'
'woids;   "Ituhas saved, ray, life'.y—20 .-? ^
An  Awtal  Olg.
"Oh, dear, I'm going on the stage
next month. Aren't you surprised?"
""Why, no. I'm sure you will have no
trouble in getting a position."
"Why do you think so?"       ' *a
"Because there are very few women
who are willing to take the grandmother parts."—Dallas News.    -'
l.otm   ot  Beam.
"Then," said the jilted lover, ."am I
to understand that I no longer sway
your heart?"
"That's what!" replied the summer
girl. "For awhile at least my heart
will be controlled by a syndicate."
■    v<-"     '-"-Altrnliitlei'
* Reginald—AThy ^does"'Vyour '^father
want you to stop taking-piano lessons?
Kathryn—lie says it's,too much of a'
mental- strain., Reginald—OIv pshaw!
You look strong'enough." Katlfryn—Oh;
the strain Isn't on'me.,* It's on the 6*h-
Minard's   Liniment ,Cui-es    Diptherla
BOYCOTTING   EXPENSIVE
Metallic     Roofing     X ompany '   Given
Large  Damages  at Toronto 'from
Metal   Workers  Union.
No   Enersrr   "Wanted.
"Poverty has one distinct advantage,", said Mr. Dustln Stax.
"In what way?"
"It saves time. A man cannot be
worried about donating money that he
did not have In the first place."
A Fovalble Explanation,
At tho Toronto Assizes $7,500 damages was awarded the Metallic Roofing Company in its suit against the
international Sheet Metal Workers
Union, on charges of boycott and \n-
Umidalion.       o ,-v ,
The suit was entered nearly four
years ago, and the existence 'of the
defendants as a corporation, was argued through all the courts. Tt was
international union could be sued,
with the result above given. The
particular, significance of the-verdict
lies in the fact that it is that of a jury
and not a mere judicial finding.
"I wonder why Wisely added lhe 'e'
to bis name atter inheriting a fortune?"
"He probably figured out to his own
satisfaction that rich people are entitled to more ease than poor people."
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas" County, , ss.'
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of P.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ofCat-
arrh that cannot bo cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J.   CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Gth day,of December, A.D., 1880.
(Seal.) A.  W.   GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipation.
bud, some1,great leader ori composer,,
"and it Is also 'wjthih'the bo'unds of Mike-'
iniqod, that 'frorn',tbe .pleasant- .work-'1'"
sbopskatiDobbs Ferry„mayRepine,, soma.
"day  another- Bell- or ^another,.Edison."
fpr'the start lmlife which" the boys ob-f
"tain-there" fita/ttenf for 'many- callings*;
.andfopens many ayenues^to^future" user,;;
fulness ,.5°- " "fi" -"' . ii!' '•■!    i * > "'' — -> 't*-''
'.i     '« v1      i i, -   i v~i  v ,-^r - "- * "H/^i
jKxtinirulublnir  BttrnJnsr"GaV iWell.- j
^Thpycareless s'trlklng'of,"almatch"at~
a blglgas^well on the-Johnstone lease.-
near Bartlesville Ignited the gas; which;
burned a week.before it could be extinguished.    * '   J      '",_,,''..'    '
'Four   large , boilers -were   grouped;
around the fiercely blazing torch, which *
deafened all noises by the reverberations of the .escaping gas.   One kept n
stream of water playing on Uie ground
where the casing entered the earth, and
from. the   others   three   inch   streams'
were "directed at the top' of the tubing
with the end" In view of breaking sthe
flow, thus killing the blaze above.    " •■
This method failed, but another attempt with one end of the pipes 'turned directly up  with ■■ the flow of "gas
succeeded, and the blaze was smothered.    However, the  victory was  short
lived,   for  within   thirty .minutes -the
gas .had caught again from-the ove'r-
hented   tubing "and  ground   and  "was
burning fiercely.
• Then a dam^was constructed about
the well so1 as to hold water, and a
heavyctstream was turned Into It Tho
steam again extinguished the flames,
and this time the accumulated water
kept them down.—Bartlesville Examiner. " .     <
was "sb„lfoubleil"wItli .Backache*I be{
gaii,-to...,think I .could „nbt atiead.to '
business;\VHowever, ol" got a'box oU'i
DoddV.Kidnoy Pills and was able to ,.'
attend1-*to, work;-.   - ;   ,,'*   *■    ft-   '   -
'' "!'; hadV-not*"'taken "enbtrgli to root j
the, 'Kidney^dlsease out entirely, how "
everL;andvithe,.f6lIowing-winter I .was r
troubled Lwith>-painstin-nry back and*..
limb's.-".Then 1" 'gpt  more ot Dodd's ",
Kidney   Pills   and   after using"tinee
boxes alhmy pains and lanioness-bad
left me.      -  <*'   •
i "'"L1 can't' say too much in favor of
Dodd's fKidney 'Pills.   They put me '
in a way to,.attend to business  after
two ,'dotors   ,had  , failed.   I   was a
cheesemaker 'for,, years,   but   now I '
am a farmer    with    a   good   strong
back.",     x     ,
Lame back is the first symptom of,
Kidney disease. Cure it with Dodd's
Kidney Pills" and you will never bate
Blight's Disease.
and
.You
the
you
Heavy Worlc.
Jaggles (sympathetically) — Wheel
You looks all plaj-ed out!
Wraggles (faintly)—I—I am. I- jus*
heaved a sigh.—New York Journal.
Waste Earning: Women.
"No other portion of the wage «ara-.
ing class," says Florence Keller,,' "increases so rapidly from decade to dec-
ado aa the young girls from fourteen
to twenty years., lien "Increase, women increase, youth increase's;' boys
lncreaso in the ranks of tha breadwinners, but ho contingent so doubles
from census period to , census period
(both by per cent and by count of
heads) as does the contingent of girls
between twelvo and twenty years of
age.   They are la oommaraa, in oAoml
cnoioia morbus, ciarups and Kindred complaints annually make their
appearance at tho same time as the
hot weather, green fruit, cucumbeis
melons, etc., and many persons arc-
debarred fiom eating these tempting
things, but they need not abstain if
they have Dr. J. D. Kellog's Dysentery Cordial and take a few drops in
water. It cuios the cramps and cholera in a lemai-kablc manner and is
sure to check every disturbance of
the bowels.
A   I'earl   Diver'*   Outfit.
Tliat £100.000 which has resulted
from the Ceylon pearl fishing season
just closed constitutes a record of
which those engaged In tho enterprise
may well be proud. The money is, for
the most part, profit; wages and cost
of plant are Inconsiderable. A little
while ago a man on his travels round
the world stopped for a day to sea
what -was toward at the fishing
ground, nnd the friend who entertained him suggested Uiat as a memento of
liis visit he should take home with blm
a complete outfit of tho typical pearl
diver. "Good gracious, how could I
tug such a weight about with mo?" he
said. "Why, that will not be prohibitive," said his companion. "Hera Is
the whole bag of tricks," and he tossed
a handful across the table. It consisted merely of a clip "for the nostrils and
"cots" for the tips of tho thumbs and
fingers. That is Uio pearl diver's whole
armument.—St. James* Gazette.
, JVitine*   of Guns   on   llcii-iiMraf.
"Ilf the olden days." lemaiUcil n \et-
eran ,soa captain the or her da.t, 'the
custom obtained of giving imines to
the guns on men-of-war.
"In the ease of the United States
frigate Chesapeake the principnl g'-ms
bore distinctive" names, as tollows:
Brother Jonathan, True Blue Yankee
Protection, Putnam, U.iging Kaglo,
Viper, General Warren, M.id Anllionj,
America, Wasli.iiglon. Liberty Forev-
eiY,.Dreadnauglit.' De/unee, Liberty or
Death, United Tars, Jumping Billy.
I tattler, Bulldog, Spitfire, Nancy Dawson? Revenge, Bunker's Hill, Pocahontas, Towser, Willful Murder. These
names were engraved on small squares
of copoer niate "
**
Out
Peo
99
Olive, Oil   I.'or  (he  Eye,
A celebrated oculist recommends,
that when dirt, lime or sparks "get into'
the eye pure; olive oil be poured iii the
eye until everything of i\. hurtful nature is..removed. The ''remedy is'pain-'
less and never fails'to remove nil foreign substances.
Celery.        '
■ Celery is the 'cultivnted variety of
the Knglish wood. snifiUagc. : it was
introduced into kitchen .gardens In
Euglanji about the time of the 'reformation by some Italians, who gav» i* '*J»-
[•""'.      "'"■      .--   '""- -
TJaclcain   Stmlleu.
, Professor Oliver Lodge, an English
educator, complains that the examples
given in many school arithmetics are
of no practical value. "Many sums In
compound multiplication and division,"
he says, "are of this character—acres;
roods and poles; drams, pennyweights
and scruples. , Such sums arei^surcly
unknown in any actual business. They
may be called concrete examples, but
many of them are. artificial, stupid and
depressing. /A'machine could be contrived to do them, but It would be useless. When things like them are wanted, as' tlley may be, In some simpler
form, by a housekeeper or shopkeeper
perhaps, they are in practice done by'
tables.. This sort of stuff ,Is iielUie.r
arithmetic nor mathematics nor common sense. It Is an opportunity for
wasting the precious learning time of
a child and disgusting h!m with utiidy."
* ' ' «■
Minard's Liniment   Cures Distemper.
 Don't neglect tho first s.jn-P-
toms. Oftentimes the initalinu
cou-rh, the insipid cold, the listless
and'languid feeling, are due to a
weak state of the system. " 1S a
sure sign of bj^akdoun. Nothing
else will putyou right so quidvlyand
effectively as ^voim/ »you
feel "worn out," it is tunc for »
i^nic, a real tonic. There is only
one   really    good    tonic. IS
•'Psvci.lNE." Keep a bottle Iwndy
-never be without il. It tones up
our old
the system and restores >o»r \
, time vitality.   Ask, your drugS>«
about it.
GREATEST OF ALL TONIC8
(eHONpUNCEO SJ^
AU CBUCCIST3-0NE D0LlAR-FREET,IAl
OR T.
ITS Kins •*. W.
•LOOUM, LltwH*'* TV  "',i -  "HS ffiGVlB   LEADER  mill**-*'*������!" '    "����J l>*''*'ry>���  MOYIE,- B. C.  1��rne�� and Bd�� BW****     '  ' ���   Tnufferin used to tell the follow-  , ^��s?oS  about his mother and Dis-  ff?T mother was among the. first of  ' nf'Lu's acquaintances/to recognize  *.feat ability, and she saw a great  ^ , of hlai when,at Mrs. Norton's,  i in he was a young man about town.  Tmlot^o.oiy  much  of blm  1   Si career.   Here, however, is a J t-  ,i nice dote tihlcU is v<*y charaeteris-  ���       S amu-slng." ,My mother had a  I   ��nt admiration for the "Curiosities of  ftrature" and-was-anxious to make  ''���  Jjunlnunco of Disraeli's'father.  ,'!,t there was a difficulty about this, an  2WTnoincnt he wa% notion good?  ,.rn.s with his father, i,     ."  However, he appeared 'one day with  hu father Jn toW. As soon, as they  ;'!re both seated Disraeli .^turned  Ground and, looking at bid father as if  ?i tferc a piece of ornamental china,  Mid to my mother: "Madam, I have  LfougUtvou my father.. I have become  reconciled to my father on two conditions Tho first was, that ho should  come to see you and the second .that be  should pay my debts,''   ,u ,,;',.-,  * lloxlritr S��rdlne��. �� '  When sardines In tens of'thousands  reflch the factory, thoy" are,v,cleaned by  long rows or women' with short knives  and so for ttvo hours into the salt vats,  ii-hey next have a bath of sea;water  In co��rbe V��.Ucts under, ,a pump,and  am put to dry, In' the,open on wire  racVs till they begln.-to shrivel, when'  . tliev are taken to the,tanks of boiling'  oil* Into one or these each^ack is  plunged for a moment or two and then-  wt asid��rto drip, after whicVthe fish  ��re selected' and-1 laid carefully, iu tin,  boxes,'which are'filled  up  -with  oil.  The box now 'pusses 'Acf. the, bands of  the soldorer to'be sealed,' and when',  ��   this is completed., aj'hole is punched, in1.  I tie lid to let out any^irnpriaoned.air  aud closed at once withfeol&or.?'Asa  final stag* the tin's -are  placed v-ln- a-.  i   liuse iron crate "and lowered Into tanks<  of "boiling water," when '.they .will ex-,  "plode if *ny air;is'still^shut in.-r Those  that stand this t��st'are packed In'wood^  1 en casos for exportation.' '��� \^/s,;,"'    ���",  i> ropyxmi' Doclu.''-a     &.  -'   Early wrlferB made'-uselof-linea ��r,  cotton fabrics, of skins "and, even' 'of  scales of flshes,fo'r'writing. ,For a long*  period' papyrus > was  ustd,'the  books'  being made in rolls," boing, about on��  and one-bait .feet 'wide and .sometimes-  Ofty feet loajr.^PapyrusIwas a7 flag'or  bulrush,   growing-.eight   or^ten   feet  high, found in''the* marshes, of Egypt;  froin its inner,)pith'.,the forml��f paper  'called papyrus   was* made.   'Papyrus  sheets were neatly. jolnedv attached to  tt'stlck and rolled upon it'Cwbenee.we.  havo our^ word' ^'volume," A. from "the  Latin r,volverV ;to' roll)."1"-,The- titles  ' .were'written, on 'tags, attached to���,the\  EtKks or inscribed*-'oh''"the 'outside- of -  the rolls.    The - rolls���* were '"kept ,to <  round wooden  boxes ,,. resembling  tbb  old "fashioned , bandboxes fraud   could  easily be carried' about.ft'��-',~.ft "A'","'  j.      y   .{.  , *���<<; -M' .V.    _!'���__   ^j��,'\'  A WOMAN'S HEAIXM  bepends   .Upon   .the   .Fllchnesa   .and  , Regularity of  Her  Blood  A woman needs a   blood   irsedk-tne  regularly jubt because blip 1S iL wom.  an.    Prom maturity to middle life the  health  and'happiness ot evrjry woman depends  upon her  blood, }is neb  ness and its regularity.   If hei  blood  Is poor and watery, she Is -weak and  languid,   pale   and   nervous    if   her  blood  is inegular &be suflois untold  I torture   fiom   headaches,    backaches  iapd sideaches, and otliei unspeakable  | distress   which   only   woni'-n   know  j Koine   women   have otwd to expert  jihis   suffering   at    i��jgu|,ir   intervals,  and bear it (in hopelt-si silence.   But  , they would escape tho gieater pint of  it, iC  tlioy   took  a  box  or two of Dr.  1 Williams'' Pmk   Pills   each   Mine   to  help   Ihr-rn   over   the cilllcal'peiiod  ,Di.    Williams'    Pink    Pills    actually  make   now   blood.    They help' a wo-  ��� ir-iiniiist when nature makesthe greatest   demand   upon   her blood biipply.  They  have  done this  foi   thousands  of  women   throughout   Cmada��� whv  shouldn't thej- do that much for you"?  Mrs. James Candy,  Z~,  Edith  avenue.  Toronto, bays:  "I think Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills a medicine that should bn  taken   regularly   by evoiy woman'in  the    land,    I    suflV-icd   eroally   lrom  (hose   ailments   dial   onlv   a woman  knows,.   T   had -baekaches  and  hoad-  ache-?.   and   a    weary   bearing down  nnln.    I iwas very irregular, and wm?  often forced to'go to'bod for two or  three days af. a time.   1 .'tried  infinv  medicines,   but   got   nothing to heln  ,rne unlil J began Dr. Williams' Pink'  Pills,   and   they   have 'given mo new  healths, and   relief, from , pain, mid ��  made me regular,   1  cannot say bow  thankful I am for what the mc-dlcliv  has done for me, and I",would urge all  women who suffer as 1 did to try Dr.  Willfnnis'  Pink  Pills."' '      ���     '  >fDr. Williams' Pink Pills arc the  greatest cure in-all the wide world  for all the weakness and' backaches  of anaemia, ali the heaviness and distress p.f indigestion; all the sharp  stabbing, pains of neuralgia, rheum-'  atlsm. .lumbago and sciatica, and all  the other' ,113s rthat oomo from poor,  weak, watery blood.' Dr. "Williams'  Pink .Pills ma(ke now'blood' with every 'dose, and ,t thus 'strikes light at  the root pt nearly every disease that  afflicts humanity. But remember that  the "just- as' good -medicines" ,that  some druggists" offe'r never cured anyone, or , anything.*/Insist upon the  genuine 'pills with tho full name Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People  on the wrapper around" every bov. If  ,in doubt sendj- to the -Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co.,- Brockville, Ont., 'and  Uie 'pills will, ibe sent'by, mail, at 50  cents a box'or sk boxes for'$2.50.   '  Irt, nrrnitihrnm.  THE bole OF hamlet For 33 Years  ; MANY FAMOUS ACTRESSES  ESSAYED  IT AND  FAILED.  <81��cte>rSnper��tJtion��./i   , fj ,  ���  The Chinese value',a'pair'��f boota.  which haye bcen.jwpniVby, an ^upright/  magistrate, and the custom of-wishing.  'a friend a "happy foot" is still ob-  serTed all through Europe.~tu7be putting  of the left shoe on the.right foot, put-  ting It on uneven or cross wise,, bursting tha latch or tie, lacing It wrong or  losing a button, are all bad signs. Ar  Yorkshire man 'will spit in his right  shoe before putting lt on whin going  'out on fmportant business to. bring  luck, and many an. English girl ha��  been known to hang her boot* out of  the window on St Valentine's night  for love luck.    -     -     - ,��� '  "     Atmosphere  Thnt  Intoxicate*!. '  , Visitors to the great -wine cellars of  Spain, says the Journal of, Inebriety,  sometimes suffer from symptoms of  alcoholic Intoxication. ��� In some of these  places it is said, as muck as half an  ounce of absolute, alcohol is found In  five or six cubic feet of air., In London  and on the continent barkeepers who  work In badly ventilated saloons are  practically drunkards ^yl'thout swallowing acj liquor. Prussian and French  authorities force all, - establishment*  ���nhero ���pirlt�� are sold, to thoroughly  ventllat* th�� premises twice a day." '  An Unfair Fllngr.'  Mrs. "Wick-wire���If -woman- were  given the credit she deserves, I don't  thmk man would bo quite so prominent  ia the world's lilstory. Mr. Wickwire  ���I expect you are right. If she could  Ret alt the credit she wanted, he'd be  In tho poorhousc.  A--Funny  TVtll. ,  Comforting Friend���Has your lius-  band made his -will? Prospective Widow���Yes, the wretch. lie's lert evcry-  thihg to the doctor if he cures 'im, an'  not acblessed farthin' to his widder  an' orphans.  I*ii1iiIcn��   SomeUiiK'*.  Sufferer���Do you extract teeth without pain? ' Dentist���Not always. I  spraiaed my wrist on one a couple of  days ago and it hurts yet.  The   Camellia.  The flowering evergreen, camellia,  v^as brought from Japan by a Spaulah  Je-iuit named Kainel. hence the name.  Stockholm's   Dcnlli   Hate.  Stockholm has the largest death rate  from the use of alcohol of any city in  H"' world. The number of deaths  f"jni Una causo j^ jjq to 1.00O.  '       ���     , "V IndnlBf-nt.    ^  "Kathcrlno, you will always find me  an, indulgent, husband." %i ''    'j  "Do'you mean indulgent to me or indulgent, to yourself?" 'tV-  ���  ' Discussing tho merits'of ,a man's op-  'poncnts .gives "him a decided .ascendency over them.-���Goethe.,,   '     >  ��"We��� believe MINARD'S > LINIMENT  is "the-best: \-      '   �� .*        '���;    ���  Matthias Foley," Oil City,,Ont ,  'Jolseph  Show,  Norway,  Me."''? "   '   '  *Ghas., Whooten," Mulgrave, N- S.  ,"Rev.-/-R. O. Armstrong, Mulgrayc,' N. ��� S.  Pierre' Landry,,-Sr.,- Pokemouche,   N.'  B.    ii. ' sr"    '.'''-'    V    ~~   "     '��  ��� "'  Thomas  Wasso'n,1 ShefHeld,  N. ,"B. '  '  , * v- I  i>   * .'01  ' --  ; "  i  1 - -   \  L -  ._'     J*'  -   For   niienmntljimi   ,',       ,",  , For rheumatism try the very'simple  cure of boiling water. Take at least  n pint before retiring at night ' The object  of  taking  boiling  water late  at  - night is that during the hours you are  restfvs: and the digestion is not tried  'the''boiling water, can do Its work on  'he gastric lu'^es   . ,, <���  t ��� l 1  ' Pride, ill nature and want of sense  ' are the three great sources of 111 man-,  " tiers.���Swift -  .  Piles cured In 3 to 6 nights. -7r One  a.,D "tfon gives relief.0 Dr. Agaew's  OintTic-m  is a boor, for Itching ���f���  n,,cl permanently. In skm eruptions it  stands without a ilval. Thou.sands of  testlnionials.  if   you   want, ev-idenue.      io  .      " Drcaini.   ' j-  Dreams ^depend-entirely upon the  particular way in which special parts  of tho brain are supplied, with blood  during sleep, and they have no more  importance as prognostications for  your life and happiness thau^iny other  fact of circulatiou or any other form  of indige_'don. ,       ' ,  "'        ,        "      A   Cool   Flnce. '  A farmhouse near Mlnehead, Somerset, England, is situated' in so deep a  hollow that for three mouths of the  year the suu's rays do not fall upon it  doum American Kidney' Cure is the  onlv kidn^v treatment that has proven  equal lo correct all the evils that arc  likely to befall these phvslcal rfgulatois,.  Hundreds of testimonials to piov'e tlio  cuiallvo merits or this liquid kidney  specific in i canes of Brlghfs disease,  diabetes, <iillation of the hliulder, inflammation, dropblcal tenoj-ncy. Don t  delay.���22  Small   Colrm.  The natives of the Malay peninsula  have In use the \ery smallest currtn^  coin in the worli': It Is a sort or  wafer made from the resinous juice of  a tree and Is worth about one ten-  thousandth of a penny- _Tbe smallest  metal coin In circulation at the present  day Is the Portuguese three re,s piece,  worth twelve ono-hnnrtredths of a penny. The smallest coin ciidilating officially in any part of the l'.ntish empire Is the the uiilloslmn piece of  Gibraltar, worth about half a farthing.  Don't Meglect A Cough   |  alluvium ir>-���> I  I I'f ��- ���M*xum<tmim*ianm2tPHmumnmma  Many a ca-e off  chronic   Bron-f  chilis, Pneumonia and even dreaded Consumption itself.may be traced I  directly to.!' only a cough."    When the first cold comes, start in on |  IT CURES COUGHS ���heals the inflammed surfaces ���  strengthens weak throats ��� puts, the  lungs in the strongest  possible condition to resist the  trying .effects of a   Bmaanns  Canadian winter. H/OQt DOttlB  Even the Gifted Sarah Siddons and  tho Urilllant Charlotte Ctmhiniin  Were Not Kcjual to the Taalc���Auiib.  DfcLlnaon  In  the  l*urt. ��  Although many of the cleverest actresses' the world has 'known ha> e essayed the part, they have, with few  exceptions, faiied in It.  Even Sarah Siddons, probably the  greatest tragic actress of all time, was  a failure as Hamlet, largely owing to  the nondescript nature of her garments,  which were neither masculine nor feminine and whicn made it almost impossible to forget 1hat her Hamlet was a  woman and not a man, says Loudon  Til-Bits.  Charlotte Cushman was perhaps the  most brilliant player of male parts of  her or. Indeed, of any other generation.  She was equally brilliant and conviric-  lug as Romeo,"-Cardinal Wolsey or  Claude Melnotte, but when sbej mado  the crucial experiment of playing tne  melancholy Dane,' even' she 'proved  unequal'to the task. In fact, her Hamlet was -so badly received In' Dublin  that she there and then made up her  mind, never to play it again. ',  And yet her Homeo was such a.trl-  nmpn of "acting that James Sherfdan  ,Knowles, the great dramatist and critic,' was completely carried away by it  Of her-acting of the passage where Ro-,  meo flings himself' upon the ground,  ���'taking the measure of an unmade  grave," be says; "It was a scene of topmost passion^ not simulated passion;  no such thing���real,'" palpably real. The  genuine heart, storm was on'In Its wildest fullness of fury, and I listened and  gazed'and held my breath, while my  blood ran hot and cold' I am-sure It  must have been the cose with ''every  one In .the house,' but I wao >all absorbed In' Romeo till a thunder of 'ap-  Lplause recalled me to myself."   ,  'And of her assumption ot the difficult  part'of Claude Melnotte in .^The Lady  ot Lyons'.', Justin McCarthy says: "I  haye 'seen 'Claude' Melnotte played,by  many, great actors, from Macready to  Irving, but Miss , Cushman eclipsed  tli,em all. - She created for roe^the only  human"; the only possible 'and the only  endurable Claude Melnotte I have ever  seen." 6   _���" ,. *��� '      , m '  Miss Julia Seaman, a once popular  actress, was so severely criticised when-  she played Hamlet some years ago that  she turned round on her'critics ana as-'  galled them In a very vigorous manner.  The late. Miss Marriott, twbo had one of  .the most beautiful voices ever-heard'on  any stage, "'was ' more fortunate,' although _lt was one of,her'least successful assumptions], and In'the fifties .an  American actress, Miss Percy Knowles,,  made such an unfortunate exhibition'  of herself as the melancholy one that a  country.manager'aictually Issued a*notice" warning bis patrons against going,  to see her.   ,      - i '    <' -     ""    "'"  Ellen'Tree (Mrs. Charles Kean) was  the "first to put on Hamlet's doublet  and hose; Mrs.', Glover Von' .Edmund  Kean'sjlapproyal by,her playing"*o��jthe  Lpart,'!, and' Mme^ Sarah Bernhardt gave  La plctiires'quo and'clever rendering oI(  Hamlet, although it was not to be com;1  , pared 'with-, many of her brilliant asr  Bumptions'. ',t "* \ V, \ ^ ^ \-\!'\ --i  "; Charlotte iCrampton was noted^'for  , her 'clever," acting of. masculine parte.'  which would hive been even more con'-'  vinclng if she" had nofbeen su"ch"a tiny  woman./"There"'13 a woman," Mac-  ready once said, referring to her, "who  would startle the world if she were but  two Inches taller." .' She was ^such a  magnificent swordswoman .that few  men cared to try their skill against her  on the stage, and she was undoubtedly  a genius in her,way, with a courage  commensurate with her skill.  She was one of the finest personators  of Richard III. ever seen on tlie stage,  lier Shylock. was, among the most brilliant pieces of acting In her day, and  she was-almost equally clever as lago,  Romeo and Don Caesar de Bazan, and,  yet when Charlotte Crampton challenged criticism -with Hamlet she failed as signally as her rival, Charlotte  Cushman. had done.  Probably the most successful of all  lady namlets1 was ' Anna .Dickinson,  who made considerable reputation as  Macbeth" and Claude Melnotte. "A  number of women have tried Hamlet,"  she said. "None, I believe, with any  success. Yet, In my opinion, the character of Hamlet is eminently suited for  a woman's capabilities. Hamlet was  very young���a mere college, boy. In  fact. Besides, a fine actress Is more  likelv to bring out th�� wonderful womanlike delicacy of Hamlet's character than'a very young actor." And she  supported her views by giving an attractive and clever rendering of the  part <       ' ,  After the  Kcfuanl.  Fors/rood���Do you think you have  been fair to me. Miss Hawkins? Miss  Hawkins���You have said so all along.  Vou called me the fairest of my sex  only five minutes ago.  When the soup bnt n greasy looli  pour It, when hot, through a cloth sat  united with cold water, and the fat  will remain in tho cloth.   ttch, Mange, Prairie scratches, Cuban" ItcrTon human or animals, cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never fails. At all druggists.  SHiloii't CoMWBptioa Cut; At Lima  Tonic, hu been before the public, ana  this, together with lhe bet that iu tales  have ��tea<hr/ increased year by year, ia tha  best proof oi the merit of  DRESS' HINTS.  Shiloh  as a cure fof Coughs, Colds, and afl  diseases of the lung* and ai passages.  Those who have used Shiloh would not  be without it 'Those who have neve*  used it should know that every bottle is  sold with a positive guarantee thnt,' # '*  doesn't cure you, the dealer will refund  what you paid for it.    Shiloh  Has Cured  ,    ROYAL TOUR.OF INDIA. "      .  Prince   and    Princess'of Wales   Start  , tin  a  Six  Month's Visit.  The Prince and Princess of Wales  started on their, six months' tour of  India to-day. King ��� Edward, Queen  Alexandra, tbo other members of the  -b-iuipc louicreo -Mil' Pan' M\m\J l^0.1  lers liada them larewell at the railroad  station.' ���>      '       ,���,,,,  Th<��"Prince and Princess of "vsates  arc going overland .to Genoa, Italy,  where they will 'enlbark 611 the British battleship .Renown, which isJme  to arrive at Bombay, Nov. 9th. They  will "stay'flu iludia until March,, visiting the principal ��� cities and native  States and' receiving. the chiefs'and  Princes on behalf, of King Edward.'  The departure of ,;Lord Curzon, the  Viceroy who'v , eeenty resigned. '  and who will;be succeededrby.the Earl  of MIrfto, < was postponed in .view of  the fact King, Edward' desired Lord  Curzin, to remain-' and'Officially welcome-' the Prince and Princess,of  'Wales.      ',,,'.-.''..   '   "'"    -  Tlie  A-rvfnl   I.oiKjUncwa.  The Friend���What made you close  your season so early? The Actor���The  solitude, my boy; night after night, the  appalling solitude.  Every man has just as much vanity  is ho wants understanding.���Pope.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Colds,   etc.  It is a refreshing thing, in a mater  ial age, to see people who are nmbl  tious rather than rich, who are more  eager to help others than to make  money. These are nature's noble  men, these are-the characters which  enrich life, and which have pushed  civilization up from tho savage to the  Florence Nightingales and the Lin-  colns.  \A^     N   U   No    ��ST  thousands of the roost obstinate case* ot  Coughs. Colds and Lung troubles- Let �����  cure you.     ��� '  ���"Last winter 1 ewgtwl' fot unee snoMbs *ai  tiwuslil 1 ��u coin* into Conntsveiaa. 1 low ail  ���orti of mcdnancs, but nothins .did me aay pod  tnWil 1 u����l Slal��o'�� Consumption Cure- Fa*  bottles cuied m. This winter I hid away bad  cold, wuwit *bie lo spcale. my lonss won �������  on the ode and back. Si* bottles oi SUVA m��ia  me well again. 1 hare ��r��en it to aeverU peopla  and everr one of them have beea cured.���U.  Joseph. St. Hyacia&e. Qoe." ^ *��t  5HILOH  25c    with    guarantee    at   afl   dcuggato.  ' ;- PRUDENT MOTHERS. - ' V  ije prudent mother will never, give  her child a sleeping' draught, - soothing medicine Jor< opiate ot any 'kinfl.  except' by order of- a competent doctor who hasr seen the child., - All  soothing^ 'iriadiciises^ and ' sloping  draughts' contain 'deadly- poison/ an  overdose'=>will kill-'a\child, and' Uieyt,  never do'good, as they, only, stupefy  and,, do not "cure."-" .'Sleeplessness in  little ones usually come*from teething trouble's,or" derangements of the  stomach or. bowels, that can be  speedily cured ��� by -Baby's Own Tablets And the-mother should remember that this is ,the only medicine for  children that-gives a solemn guarantee that there ,is not a" particle - ot  opiate or -.harmful 'drug, in, its com1  position. \ Mrs. A. Scott, . Bradwar-  dine, , Man., says: "I have used  Baby's Own--Tablets for ^diarrhoea,  teething, troubles , and constipation,  and find them'just-the thing to'mako  little ones .well and keep-them well. -  Sold*by all druggists ,pr. by mail at  25 cents . ,by writing tho Div'.Wil-  Hams'JMedicine t Go:>���B���ckynie' Ont.  -��� -' ",,.^,,r- c~" ~   ;   >*   "'���  K-'Leon' Geraud -shot four silver tips  this week;-the mother and her;three  cubs.l Mr.".Geraud fhas^ disposed of  the skin'of thetoia-bear for ,$40.���Kel-  owna "Clarion.' 'y '   \  "U ''-'���{���.,,'' -" ~,   *  u ''" *��� '-)i_- -���  '   ���*'-''-,  ^ Just* tbe' ;Thlng": JhatXj^Vant'ed.���  A pill that acts upon the stomach and  iyet is-so compounded that certain ingredients of.it'pieserve their power  to act upon ,,the intestinal canals^ so  as' to clear them of csxreta the retention' of which cannot but, be hurtful,  was long1 looked for by the medical  profession, lt was found in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills," which are the  result of much expert tucly, and arc  scientifically prepared as a. laxative  and an alterative in one.  Don't put cost before cut Corded  silk won't cover a poor fit.  It is'not so much the hat Itself as the  angle at .which It is worn and the coiffure which it adorns that count.  No woman who once tries the expedient of making a gown with two  waist3 will .ever abandon the practice.  Grosgrain belting ribbon is recommended by a homo dressmaker us a  foundation for collars. She says it,will  not break or wrinkle.  When new evening gowns are few  and far between nothing is so useful  as either black or white, which by  change of flowers or trimming may be  altered out of all knowledge,  i If you wish to make a walking skirt  Just to clear the ground without looking too short, adopt the following plan:  Measure the jserson from the waist to  the ground, then deduct one nnd a half  Incbe3. ' '  , -Tattle Linen.  Table linen, in order to bring out the'  bright 'gloss that makes -it attractive,  should be danfpencd considerably.  Sprinkle tlie tablecloth well, being sure  tliat the selvage ends or hemstitched  borders are thoroughly damp. "Roll up  tightly. The napkins and doilies should  be arrangedi'ajternately one 'upon tlie  other," first a dry 'napkin, then oue  .which bas.beeu wrung out of .warm  water, then a dry, ualiktn and so on.  ,Thcu roll tightly.. All linen should be  Ironed very dry. The least bit of'water  starch in tablecloths will-greatly improve thein 'and they' will not mu3S so  cusHy.., ' , r'     "   s,  ���f-i     i' ;     ;  Uo  UirdK SlciKf  ' A naturalist has written jlo prove that  birds are not' singers,,but -whistlers;  that is to,say, that the notes are produced through a tuber-to be technical,  through the slit known as (the glottis���  not by the help of vocal cords. ��� But the  whole distinction is beside Jhe point.  ' Any' one "who has "seen a Third singing ���  will 'have, seen both the-vibrations in  his throat and the variations in the 'extent Ho,which,lie, opens aud.closes his  beak or'mandlbles; and,'glven these ac^  'companlments,'together with the0 pro-  "tluctiqn-' of an ���Inarticulate langunge,  whistling and' singing become identical  terms suggesting a distinction. People  are accustomed, 16 tlie idea that only' a  few species of birds, such as tlie parrot and the jackdaw, can ibe taught,  but in wild life almost all birds t are  mimics to^'some ex'tent, and probably  more of them"than p'eople realize could  ,be taught to Imitate, human sounds, *  &<��&<g��p> Your OHp��  or** Health  When Physical Bankruptcy Threatens Build  up with  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  Gloomy forebodings, fear of the future, apprehen��ion of something'  dreadful to befall you, worry over little things, restlessness, insomnia, irritability���these axe the indications  of an exhausted nervous system.  They tell more plainly, than words  more plainly than pains' and aches,  that,, gradually but certainly, the  nerve force of the body is being consumed more rapidly than it Is being  created. They point to physical  bankruptcy���-to helplessness of mind  ;ind) jbody���to pros.trauonrf paralysis  or locomotor ataxia": ,  There are certain elements of nature, which go to form new blood and  new nerve cells���to create new nerve  force,' the foundation of life, energy  and vitality. These elements are so  combined in Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  as' to t be , easily , assimalated by the  most weakened human body. ,  Being composed of such ingedients  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food cannot pos-  .sibly fail to be of beneft to you, and  its regular and persistent' use * will  build up and revitalize > the most ex-  ' hausted   and. discouraged  sufferer.  .You ' cannot compare Dr. Chase's,  Nerve Food * with any/"medicine you  ever used,' fr ��� it,cures' by tbo buildup process, whereas most'^nerve treatments merely soothe and "'deaden the  nerves.   Test this treatment by not  ing your increase In weight. ,  Miss Lena Hiebert, Lowe irarm,  Man., writes:���"I had suffered , for  two years with dizzy spells, pains in.  the back, cold'hands and feet, nervousness. Jerking of the limbs, sore ton- '  gue, faoieness of arms and shoulders,  and general exhaustion. About seven  months ago I became so nervous {hat  1 could 'not rest or sleep, and could  not; do the least bit of work without  suffering dreadfully from pains in  the back. I could hardly walk, could  eat very little, and felt that people  were always watching my body  twitch.  "I tried several medicines with little'effect, and was a mere skeleton ot  skin   and   houe   about   to give up In  despair    when    I    heard    about Dr.  , Chase's Nerve Food, and began using ,  it.. I Jiave used In all fourteen boxes  of this  preparation,   and it has built  .me   up   until   I  am   now strong and  |well  again.   Dr.  Ch'ase's Nerve Food  has   done  me a world of good, and I  'feel that I cannot recommend It too,  highly   to   persons   whb   surfer   as I '  ���have." '  I    Dr. Chase's Nerve Food,, 50 cents a'  box,   at   all   dealers, or   Edmanson,   .  Bates &  Co.,  Toronto.   Portrait  and  signature, of Dr. > A.W.Chase,.,the famous' receipt book author, are on every -  .box. '    ,    ''   ,  .While making an arrest at Crystal  City on Wednesday last,' Constable  McFarlane' was attacked by the man  who was under the influence of liquor. The weapon used was. a clasp  dagger, Mr. McFarlane succeeded in  securing the knife and, landed his  man in the" coop. The prisoner was  fined $25 "and costs.���Pilot Mound  Sentinel.  Nothing looks more ugly than to  see a person whose hands ^are covered jvoi- with warts. Why have  these disfigurements on your poison  when a sure remover of all warts,  corns, etc., can be found in Hollo-  way's Corn Cure.  Five boats sank on Okanagan Lake  during last week's gale. No lives  lost., The wind which had been blowing all-Monday increased as the day  waned and by midnight had Increased  to a regular gale, and all the launches  in the boat houso with the exception  of one, filled with water and sank  However they have all been raised  and are little damaged. ���Kelowna  Clai ion.  Sunlight soap la totter than otner foapa,  but ia boat whon used in the Sunlight way.  Bay Sunlight Soap and follow directions.  Throe  of Them,  One word in the English languago  In which the vowels occur In regular  sequence ks "facetious." Is there another?���Rochester Post-Express.  Ever hear of tho word - "abstemious V"���Cleveland Leader.  What Is the matter with "arsenl-  ous?"���New York Tribune,  Aut<>I>lourili>lile��.  All autobiographies nro lies. No  man Is bad enough to tell the truth  about himself during his lifetime, and  uo man is good enough to tell the  (ruth to posterity In a document which  he suppresses until there Is nobody loft  alive to contiadlct him.���George Bernard Shaw.  Voire  111m   Va..  Bashful I'e.uiinont ��� Er ��� 1 ��� c�� ���  dreamt I���er���klssed you Inst night  What's Hint a sif,'n of?  Modi>-t Maiden���Well, it's a sign that  ymfic moie sensible asleep than  n wake.  Tlioy|!l'"iill  Short.  Foreigner���Are the earnings of your  household scrviinls large as a rule?  American���No: hot nearly so large as  their pay.���Pittsburg Post.  He who knows only bis own side of  fekcisft k.rjows..lJttlB of that���Mill.  I  Puro and Fragrant, Dlr-'  ectfrom tho' Factory to   ���  you,the scaled lead pack-;  ages retaining    all   the,  natural   fragrance   and  aroma. ' ,      ,  Gold Standard  is"Guarantced the Best"  35, 40,- and 50c per lb.  at,all Grocers.  s  Z      li''    r'     - < .  ' ,     ' >'      ' . > a  If it is a Question of Warmth use  "; ."--fe; B. EDDY'S  B.Of'LDlNQ:'  '   -1. It_Retains,-Heat and Keeps-Out Cold.  J ' . ' -   V     Write: for-Samples and Prices  |   TEES & PERS^E.-LimitedrAgents/Wiir/nipeg  -;.    OVERALLS,     ,-  SMOCKS and SHjRTS  "v IV1 sa ci o,-t o^FT i �����:  T&i sii c�� ��s>" tV 7\W*'& s> r  . -   v "��� " S4 . ( t"  You will never have Comfort and Satisfaction and' Wearing Qualities in  your Working" Clothes until you^wear  "King of the Road" Brand  ASK YOUR DEALER.  8  ROYAL TOUR OF INDIA.  Prince   and , Princess of Wales   Start  on   a   Six   Month's  Visit.  The Prince and princess of Wales  started "on their six months' tour of  India to-day.' King Edward, Queen  Alexandra, tho other members of tho  roya; family and the Cabinet,, Ministers bade them farewell at the railroad station. '  The Prince and Princess of Wales  are going overland to Genoa, Italy,  where thoy will embark on the British battleship Renown, which is duo  to arrive at Bombay Nov. 9th, They  will stay in India until March, ..vifoit-  ing Hie principal cities and native  States and receiving (he chiefs and  Piinccs on behalf of King Edward.  The departure of Loirt Curzon, the  Viceroy who r econty resigned,  and who will be succeeded by the Bail  of Minto, was postponed in \ip\v of  tho fact King 13dward desired Lord  Ciuv.tii to remain and officially welcome the Piinco nnd Princess ol  Wales.  Minard's  Cows.  Liniment   Cures  Garget    in  '  ^4= $5.00  Out'Glass  Berry Bowl  'i ,A  Man 'of   Nerve.  "Myrtilla," said- the old gentleman  sharply,1 "that young man you had In  the parlor last-night is 'dull of comprehension. AU I had to do was'cough  when tlie other chaps remained too late,  ' and they would take the hint and depart. Did tills one say auything when  I coughed last night?"  "Yes," replied the beautiful daughter; "he said the next time be called he  was going to bring you a bottle of  cough sirup."  How They Xost Her.  "Why did your cook leave so suddenly?" ,     .  "She baked two cakes'last Saturday-  one for us'and one to take to her married sister. When she wasn't looking  I exchanged them aud took for our own  use the one she had intended to give  away."  , Undecided.  "I say, Maud," said Mamie, "did you  see Mrs. .Tinkles' new vase?"  "Yes.   Isn't it perfectly horrid?"  "I don't know yet.    I haven't found  out whether it is modern and perfectly  horrid or antique and perfectly lovely."  i- Schooner- of the De��crt.  : "Johnny," snid the teacher, "what Is  a dromedary?" Johnny did not know,  but Ralph did.  (   "I   know,"   he   said   proudly.    "A  (dromedary l�� a two masted carnal "  The best  five., dollars"  worth   of Cut  Glass (in  rt     ,    ���.   i      - ,  - Canada���is-\vhat> we-are  i    a      , - it  able,to, say,,of this Berry  Bowi.y : '  V-i*  t Arid ,its. exceptional    .,  "     value'is another proof "  ��� , .i- r   , r  ,���, of how customers bene-',  ���   i.",   *.\   ~  -  it'fit by^Diamond Hall's-  -increasedj manufactur-  '  .    -.     - ,j      ...  :.    Log -facilities.   -     -     '  <i  " s" * .*  ^-* _-, .< ,-.<���, ;-    - ,.   ,   .     y\i  This11 special bowl is of  clearest glass, vbrilliantlyk "  cut,- and of full S-inch'diameter. - We pay express.  KYKIE BROS.   LIMITED   134-138 YOMGE ST.  TOBOHTO  >-    ONT.  The Kceley Cure  Offers to the-self respecting,  x   the,   easiest    and    simplest   '  method of snapping the chains '  of '  ,  LIQUOR AND   DRUG  HABITS.  The remedies' build,   up    the  whole system- and remove all  o    craving -for drink or drugs  Write us   for fthe plain facts.  (    Address  133 Osborne St.,   Fort   Rouge,  WSNNiPEG.  P. O.  599  Phone  3361  Canadian Go-operative Go.'Ltd.  JobnMcVionr, Mgr.  - Commt-^ton "Morchnnt^ nnd denlcrs in all  kindi of GRAIN. Consignment* .elicited.'  Wntft phone or viro us for particulars.  Oftloo, 308  Mclntyro Block, Winnipeg  Xip Disease in the Bud.���It-is difficult to eradicate a disease' after it  has' become seated, therefore it Is  wise to take any ailment in its Initial stages and by such remedies as  aro biiilicient, slop it iu its course  Cold is tho commonest complaint of  man. and, when neglected leads to  serious results. Dr. Thomas' Ecloe-  trie Oil will euro the severest cold  or most violent cough.  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in the Sunlight way.  To appreciate the simplicity and ease of  washing with Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight  way you should follow directions.  After rubbing on the soap, roll up each  'piece, iinmerse in the water, and go away.  oap  1777;  UStfNUGHT  will do its work in thirty to," sixty minutes.  Your clothes will be cleaner and whiter than if washed  in the old'fashioned way, with boiler and hard rubbing.  Equally good with hard or soft water. ^.u   .itir/ivifc*.*-! i-ti..  S!  ;r;  ��*"~*  -!^t-   - --**--  THE lilllH LEADER.  P   uln-ncd iu the interest of the people  ol Mci\ir and Last Kootenay.  r. J- SMYTH   4. CO.  r '   �� )  .;  i/ubllat.era.  EjTIt 0>-  lUBSCKlJTlOK.  O li* Year..  SATURDAY, NOV. IS, 190.1  And now Tbo*,. W.   L>��Bon, author  of "Frni2ied Finance," has   been tueri  fur crini  i  ��,tdy ��g  out of 100 ot sdili bUita are  n��eu riunuw,     ..��    ���, . .^ any m0,h  uinal libel.   Tlie buit  is   prob- | ,ittle one8-   01  grand ntaad'pliy of blufl", as 99    ,nedy is especi  Some time ago the  ladies  of   Moyie  gave n dance to, raise fuudc to pay  for  -jsJnis'liase that was purchase 1 'by  the  locd fire brig uie.   ) n   referring ,to n  the Vancouver Worj/l rjsed this   bead-  liic:'   "Moyie LudiiH Dancid   to  pay  .    . i i '  for Their Hose "  \o      1-oia-m    Jn      Chamberlain.'*     Cough  It��m��dy. j  From Ntipier New Zealand Herald : ,  i wo veurs ngo the Pliarnmo Board of  .Vew South Wales, Australia, bad an  malysis made of all the cought me-  in-iii'-s that Wi re bol.l in thai market.  Jut of ihe entire list they found onlj  ������ j me th.it dec la rod   was   aruiroly   free  j  rom all poi&dns.    This exception   was 1  l-0*- i Chamberlain's  Cough   Remedy   made  by the Clianberlain's   M^icine   Company, Des Moims, Iowa, U. S. A.   The  .batijce'of .ill narcotics makes this re-  nedy the p-ifest anil best that   can   be  lad; and it is with feeling of  security  hat any mother ean   give   it   to   her  lamberlain's Cough   Re  iedy is especially recommended by its  maker's fur coughs   colds,   croup   and  ���% hooping c:ugh.> This remedy is   for  sale by S. K. ILirvie. i  'Jp -.'  s���- J��n?. fci^tf.  1.  ���&\  .*5?8  Si*  1%K%~-'  -*   Igpv  ii  tzM  w1 -���  fr!-  If,  ��ft  f'T"M  ���$f> i 1  r r  Many are of the opinion tbut H^r-  old Nelson '���piiiy'c borso" too much  while on i,he stage. He wants' to be  the f'whble thing" and as a result his  audience is'Riven a , pain. Ohffjrd.  Lane Bruce^ Neleou's principal supporter,'is easily   tho   star   in "Prince  'of io/"     ,      '       -'      ,       V     ���'     /"    '   ���- r < ���'  . , The Conservative party in the province of British Culumbia ia becoming  i '        i v v l f  etro'nger^ every "clay. ,   The ��� amicable  st'iuatment of all,differences  between  . the two1 factions   i'o.   Nelson  recently  V *" tt J.  ���was a picce",of diplomatic work on the  part of Premier ' McBride and Hon.'  Robt. F. Green, ;       -      ��  If Robert" Fitzsimmons keeps up  bis present talking spurt, be wUl ^be  so badly winded by 'the time' be  ' -"reaches California that he will not be  -able to take a "loog brealb for, two  months. .Tbis, however, may be one  of Bob's methods of training  for wind  Goldjn   Star:.-A. doctor once   re-  'piaiked that poetry  was the   product  '�� of a diseased imind  and  was coutas;i-  . ''ouB.'   Tueedoctor" was correct,. The  editor of the Fernie  Free  Pross  now  '' - "-writes" poetry.:  He   caught' the ?dis-  "i'  'ease from reading  tbo  Ledger," Fred  Snyth of the  Moyie  Leader  has  not  been stricken yet. v  yMrmmjggsaimssMr!rrrr-"'"''"mw'' v yiir"*,1*~m"  I ptJRMEN^lOINPH  ^LOGGERS^  1 IforS.ile.  The plice known as  thei Dill" milk  rancli, 320 acies, good barn bouee, and  ' "*Apiily0to     ' - ,  J. IS. Ciowe, Moyie, B. C.'  MDYIE: BAKERY     r  JUST STATtTED. ' ', ���  i V  We arc now prepared to fill all- orders  1      for Bread,'Cakes and Pa3try.  SaUpfaction'  Guaranteed    or   Money  Refunded. !, _    ,  JACK K  s General  Draying.  \  Business    , done.'^  All kinds of wood '  For   Sale,*   (Grood  (  Satisfaction',, j to  1 , Everybody.';  MOYIE  B. C.  DKSAOXNIKK BEOS,    PropB.  Large sample rootm in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.      ' '  , ,   -   ,   c.   l   ���'  1- 1 I 1  '    ,   ^Headquarters  for   Com-.- \>  "  ' meroial.and Mining Men.      '   ��  QUEENS   AVESUE,, MOVIE,'B.C.  J  5  IE  <. ���  NEEDED  DROP  And see bur Full Assortment of  i i  i ;  i " \  The Moyie   Drug and Stationery   Store.  Lady Barber Shop  ���       i  MISS LINDELL, Proprietress. '  f  FLst Cla&s   Work.    Buth    Rooms in  '    C< nnection.  VICTORIA ST. . '        MOlflK.  ��� Hamilton Watches are giving sucb  universal satisfaction that we bave'liad  a special movement put up fpn.ns  which is" known as ','Tate's ' Speci ll,''  It is"a high grade movement,, which  can be bought at a reasonable price,  and is"guarantee'd to -he a -'good time  keeper,        ��� - \    -��� ,K     , ��-        ���--  Don't,forget tbatonr representative  comes to'Movie each week with a' full  line of jewelry. i _ .   f  yv.;f. TATE & SON.  C, P. R'.^Watcb Inspectors,  ,_,  ," ,      r 't-,     '.CRAJSTBROOK, B.r C.'  P. BURNS & GO  ' '' -     r ( '  WHOL.ESA.LE AN JJ HETAIIi'        ^    '  I ' , ���       r" " I     ,       "  meat;* merchants,  '; 'Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh J- <,  t Fish/Game ana Poultry.   We, ,  "supply only1 th'e .best.j 'Your  trade solicited.  -    * ,,  J      j,    ,\   "c      'VIA   =SF'siSrr-  j1, -  r 1  '->-v.  Annually," to fill the new positions ere  ated by Railroad  and  Telegraph com  paniei-.   We want Young   Men and  Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN TELEGrRAPH?  AND R. R."ACCOUNTING  t ^  We furnish 75 per cent, of the Ope-  rators'and Station Agents in America.  Our six schools are ~tbe largest exclusive Telocraph Schools (in the would.  Established 20 years and endorsed by  all leading Railway officials."   '  We execute a $250 Bond to every  student to furnisb him or her a position paying from $40 to I?60 a month  in states east of the Rocky Mountains,  or from $75 to $100 a month in states  west of the Rocky Mountains, immediately UPON GRADUATION.    ,  Students pan enter at any time. No  vacations. For full particulars regarding any of our schools wriie direct to  our executive office at Cincinnati, 0.  Catalogue Iree  In1' - all Jti&ey Principal  Cities' and ^Tpwns;, in  -   British Colombia-41  ���     .      . - i   *��� * �����*-    "ii-1     i  . MQm��B.'c.  Under New' '  Management.  .. ������/ ,i r ���  .The Dining Koom  is  now  open, the  ���- Bar   is newly   supplied,  and   "���  every effVt 'will be made      --, ��  -.    .       to give satisfaction.   ,  .   '   i��"  .    , r '        "  J." A., GOTJPILL, Propr.  Harvey   &   MoCarter;  <  , , , v>   ���  - Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries,- Etc.  Cranbrook, ,-,,-;  B. C.  Wholesale. Wine  ancVj Spirit Mer-'  cliant:"   ',   , ."* *  Agent for Calgary Brewing Co.'a  Beer,'Ale and'Porter.  '?*    ��    ' \ U   ',       i  T.',Labfcl&"Co.^'(, '  r        ' ' \ ' ��� \      > I       "      ,     ,  "',,*'''%"'" .' <  '\ .fHayJand Grain,    ,  ���M'l.  f4X.  '     , .      (       >   ���. ' v      '{ �� ��� \ i \  Forelgnxands" Domestic Wines, Liquqrc'  k   ��"'-   ' aiill Cjgurs.  '/     '      > '.-  ^..: -CRMBROOK:,::-'  A. L   McKiLLOP  I. O. O. F.  WUdey tudC* If"- AA-  Meets every Tuesday evening in their  hall  on  Victoria street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows .cordially invited.  P. T. Smyth, F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every .Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Trios. E. Kelly,  Secretary  Wm. J. Feltium,  President.  U^pYIE AERIE NO. 855  L��a  Meets on the'first and third   Widni'B-  day of each month  at S P. M. ,"  -I , -       i '    k  !���-'���'  .Having  decided to close out iny business in  Moyie, I am offering" my whole stock of  Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Underwear, Top Shirts, Sweat-  '      : ers, Hose  "���      ���-" '������' ' ?"���*','''", ,v"'' ���' i.'' " r I  and everything tp;be found m^a first cla��sGents ,'  Furnishing ��� Store':     '    ������~i" Y '   ��� -'       ��� s'  E. a. hill;  Worthy Pies.  J. H- HAWKE,'  Worthy Secr'y.  W. F,; GTJRD,  BAKHISTEK, SOI.ICITOK, BTC.  CRANBROOK.  ;'B. C  ,'r   C.H.DUNBAR -   ;  ,     i ^    -     * i j*      .. ^..   .  Barrister; Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  ." Cranbrook, Bi C. -':  X>R. F. B. MILES,*    Vv  ' *"    r - '-       .'     '  -7'r VtX>3I!2>Jr,!I?I��,!I7^    ' "/i  Craril>robkj\ <���-    '   B, 'rC."  George H. Thompson, }  ^. - .   ,a    ' ~ *   "r' ** - *--<-'-.  ' BaRRISTKR, SOLrClTOR, '-JN'o-  r  �� ,t �� ���*.  tury PuiiLrc, Ac. ,      " -  --.-���-.    'r'-l' '   ���* . ��� '  -  > -'. f*vCome'.iri;andvexam"irie;gpods and see .  ,'..-,: '^-/^prices^^It-wUlapayjypu. t>r  it--*   fe ; ;,��� ��    fc ^ ��r, |, ��-  ^   H.BI     rH^ ri I  x*r-i 1  "rtJ|  ' ^1  E.G: aWYNNE:  Cigars,  Tobaccos,  Confectionery,  FruiU, Elc.  FARRELL BLOCK,  Victoria Si.  ASSAYJEM.  Wm. Jewell'  NELSON,  v  B.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  You can have a pa'r of Lfgtiing  Boots made to order and pay double  Uie price of Leckie Boots, but you can-  iiot teiure L-trcnger footwear.  * Ine p^cluVe'Sbows one of- our best  lineB. A word ol descrip'irw : men's 12  inch logoers: whole foxd with fibli  grain v.unp; bus r x chrome leg and  bellows tongue to the top, very heavy  pegged sale; made on a bio id toe last.  Your dpaler w.ll show H io you, if yon  ask him to do so.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  re^nrkiuia, Tex.  Buffalo, N. Y.  LaCrowee, Wis.  Sau Francisco, Cal,  Express and General Delivery Business.     Livery  and  *���      i  Feed Stable.  MASCFAOrOKED        BY  J. LEOKIE & 00'  (LiMrrED.)'  VANCOUVER, B. C.  WORK  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  Keg Beer, Bottled  Beer and Porter  always on Hand.  ALeave Orders at  Gwytin's   Store.  MOYIE  Britsh Coluni* ia.  A..B, Stewart & Co.  sAgent   for   Crows'   Nest  r Steam Laundry.     ^  W. D. JOHNSON,  i t  ,   ' Stpye fixer and  * ' , Repairer.      ,   .  Apply at "Leader" office.   '  JOSEPH NIEDERSTADT,      Propr.  Ir. Price's  CREAM  Baking Powder  MMES HOME BAKING EASY"  Young housekeepers find in  its use the beginning of success in cookery.  price Baking Powder Co.  CHICAGO, 0. S. A.  50   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, n. c.  hoarding aud D.iy School conducted by Uie Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  Ii. C. Commercial and buaincRR  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress cbaracteaizo each department. Parents Bbould write for  particulars. Ono month aeouros the  public of the thoroughness of th>  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  comirivtico January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted duriuu: term.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  G. A. FOOTE  MERCHANT   TAILOR  .And Gents'  Fohsisher.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating    .  Tiousors,   Imported    Goods'.  (UNION   SHOP.")  MOYIE, B. C  PREST PHOTO CO.  Ckanrrook aitd jIoyie.  "��� THE GOW/ORTABLE WAV.  . Kead linn   " l*�� id Ul>.  9 5D am Lcr-vo        Fernie Anjvi- 9 00 jim  10.42 am ArrUe        KJkd '    "    K:10 nm  12 30 pin     "           Rcttorrt "     ruW jmi  7 V> pm     "      SroKANE "     ''���"O �����'"  7.M am     "         >.vcrott "    1 al pm  9,00 am     "         aenrllB "    *���� !>'"  S�� pin   Ar.   VAMOOXJVKll Lv.   -I 00 pm  2.43 pm   Ar     '   Ut. IAUL : l.\.   6 00 pm  ONE NIGHT  To Seattle and Vancouver  TWO NIGHTS  To Winnipeg" and  St. Paul,  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights &c.  /.nvonn npnilliie a ^kotrh ond ^pucrlptton inn?  at,' -kly lUi-ertiiln our opli.lon ttvo whether an  li��..ntV,i is probably natontahle. Comnmntca.  tlou-tHti-iotlyoonnilentlal. llanobookcn I'atento  eoatficB  Oldest BKt-royror sucurlUB: pawnts.  pHlonu takoa tnrouRh Munn & Co. receive  ipeciol notice, without charge. In tuo  Scientific JlitKrftam  A hBTKlsonioly lllostrated weculf. LarKOat rtr.  dilation .ut any nelentUlo Journal. Toreis, *3la  year- fonr months, ��L So d by all ne-VBdoalem  O. F. DESAULNIER  DEA1ER  IN  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aueen s' A^e.      MOYIE  W, R. BE ATT Y  Embalmer and Undertaker,  year- fonr montna, *i> d��ouj��ji jib�������o.j     , .  ���   v.   '  ffi)KN&C0.861BrOdi^'NeWYQri   pboneSe. CRANBROOK.  Close Connections  For Chicago,  Toronto,  Montreal  and  ALL   POINTS   EAST  AND WEST.  Winter   Schedule.  DOUBLE   SERVICE  MAIN   LINE.  Kootenay Section  East and West.  Connects With  Imperial Limited.  Any lady will find rubber Boots a great  ' sourceibf eomiort and protection during  ' the spring weather:   .,'     ,,     ���   '  , ,  "MAPLE LEAF' light 'city  boots for  ladies, misses and'children -:are as near  perfection in material, style, fit and fin-  ' ish as humari skill, supplemented by modern methods andinachinery can make  them.' ,   > -"  \' s *  ��"'  Insist on your dealer-giving you "Maple  Leaf" Rubbers. - There .are "no others quite  so ggod.* . '���''''  J, Leekie Co., ltd.,  VANCOUVER, B. C.   .  Selling Agents for the West.  SLEEPER   SERVICE WEST.  Standard and  Tourist  S}eepera   leave  Revelstoke daily lor Seottle and  Vancouver.  Acetylene Lighted Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  Pulaco Sietstting Carp,  Dining tfard'C^Ieals a la Carle,)  i  Library Observation Cars.  Through ticketfl and  baggage checks  ' lo all points.  STEAMSHIP    TICKETS.  For Tickets,  Rates,  Folders  and  Full  information, call on   or  ad-  ' dress        j'1 .'  H. L. Blackstone,   Agent G.N, Ry.,  :.':   ���'������ FEBNIE, B. C-. :  EAST  Standard   Sleepers   leave    Kootenay  Landinfi Daily for Medicine  Hat,  connecting with cars   for   St.  ��i ,  Paul, Toronto, Montreal.  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop. ^ ^  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.   This hotel is  cloao  to the mines, ��n  every Convenience for Working Men.  South Victoria St. M��  XJL*      JLj��  Tourist Sleepers Ibavo  Medicine   Hat  Wed. ami Sat. for  Toronto,  Mori.  and   Fri,   for   Montreal,  Fri.  for  Boston and daily for  St.   Paul.  For Rates, Folders or Tickets Apply  to Local Agent.  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J. 3 CARTER,    ' X. J. COYLE,  ,     Blst, Fass/Ag*- ���    ! *-*w't don. Fas   ARt  '    NoUou, VftQCoure*-.  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  . and Cigars.  CRANBROOK, '      British Columbia;  We handle every thing, in the Hardware 1^'  Also  Cumberla.nd blacksmith's coal, pow  fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at-

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