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Array Jjs<  *~l **���**��'**'a i/j-y  IP  '��<i/:  ^' -Wztmo  '���"/>  Si  ^.<SA^%*^vNVV^VVNlV��^VVV^A>VS  j> How  About   Your, (  ?       XMAS PRESENTS? ���  $    it i  I Wilson' the, Jeweler, of Cran-  fbrook lifts an endless variety.  Vv i  ni'.ikc,; it cur busnzi.- >  to    phase  yen. <  i (.'  Your   iu-. pet Lion    iu\ It I i  will 10111 'ob'lip,i>lion io bi. y. \  t                                        '                    ' *&  ' Wilson,   the   Je-v/ler. 5  i �����;  VOL.i:��-N0.33  , MOYIE, B. .C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER [8,4910.  S2A YKAft  ins  S IS  Is your nameon our list for our coming  catalogue? ��� ,  If not'send your address at puce.'   Remember  tlie  " Christmas'season is a busy <��ue;. stud  your  orders,  1   early?'it .will help us'and* bring' $rcni   satisfaction.   _   '  , , - '���'       i -��� '   .    ^ . -        . '--  Orders that',require engraving  must  be iu by the ���  ff r        i   ' T i * >  end<of November. ' '--   ''' .-' ' Vi_   ,-���._.  m li' *     - *    "       i -" ���<     *   i ' . ^ 'f  Henry Birks &�� Sons,  Limited.  V       '   ' '.''',' ''    " r ' ' 'l  Jewclery inailforder.house'1' ';���        G'e6vE. Trorey, Man. Dir.  "'','"   ..'.���'*, VANCOUVER, B.; C, ,/,*.;''   ' ' '  ��U      -GENERAL FLOAT        <j>  'il ��� - ' <r*  ^6e���=���'i����^*3e5:fee6������:e��c������&3^5i5iv  K6&feS-i��S-��$$-5-5-555-?-5>5::?TS-33:>->^-J/ |     ^/Ss'vV��^AA,��VvVH/VW��'A^VWV^  Is a Big  Enterprise!! ." local assays  , ���ji |   .  The population of San Francisco  is 110,012.  '        r   J '  ,; . ~  I ' '  Frank ' Criderman U miser ou  the night shift; at the' King Ed-,  ward bar.at Fcirnie,      > '/' '  1 The average pay of th'o enlisted  men of the1 'American navy, is  $3fi.75 a month1;1  p. i.  We have opened up'our card parlor for the "winter.  1��r, <f e /      f     ,    i      ,    . ,' ! -     ; -  ,  '   ,    ' r'Nice place to ''spend a fewijiours1,' boys. ������/'\  ,353^ CSS-. '"������-  Prince Alb9i-t, Sisk., had 125  arjplicdtipn,s for 'the^po-iitio'ri, of  chief of police.    - , *     " '  .'   '.      *    '''/  \y/m."Whyte, vice-presideub ',o'f  Lhe 0. P. R., may retire from that  officio,and engage in other pursuits.  "When we added the first lead  stack   to   our copper  smelter  at  Trail," said General Manager W.  If.   Aldridge 4 of   the    Canadian  Consolidated Mining and   Smelting company, to' the .Spokesman-  Jteviewj'while in* Spokane the, first  of the week, i'we, had  great - difli-v  culty,   -in,, .marketing   even   th'o ,   FOUND���A   bunch   of' keys.!  small amount of pig lead  which. Owner can ha<''e  same by apply-  wo produced ,at thao time.     As  a  result, we'were compelled   to sell  C. A. Foote spent a' few days  this week,at Kimberley.  The, fishing season, closed last  Tuesday, Nov. 15th.        ,.  F. J. Smyth is in" Nelson attending the Conservative ��� convention. "   ' ��� !'  BUY  Nh  f  11  yTfie CfMbroofc Cb=operatiye 'Stores  " "      Is r Offering Very' Attractive Prices On 'All Their \  "^ -'    1.V-' lv "rt    t - -'     v'^ '   ��   l"  'Cioth'.yphpSstered Furniti  iture  / It ia reported that  in the  near  future daily, trains -wilL run. into  Creston over the' Croat Northern  line!"'"'   ���    '   '''','     a     *  _/"* a '-       J    , ;.- '   �����  The Hirold Nelson Co, will play  Mn'the opera housd  at Cranbrook  next 'Tu'esday   and   Wednesday  evenings.   'J (,Jis*-tf--j *i,,   )\  i?    <     '  -^  iv ,       ' ���  A species of staff grassj which  grows, abundantly, ia ladia, is  u��ed for;sticks in making matches  in that country. ', ,      ��� ' ," '    .,  er.,c  ' discduufwill -be givcu^off every piece fon-the nexbmouth?'  '��� 'i^-,",',^r-'i Here Is;Yquro; ,'Chance. f���r   , '^ ; \<  tikWM XOiOEERATlVB: STORES,: LTD.  ^.Vv.AS  S-s wfr  ��� ^i.5  .    ' ^'-iViS-/^ , ���A.^.jssT.i.itr.TsuEu i��97,j, .-jv ���;���',*/;.i  ,  '  ":   '''INSTJRANCB   and MINING^     ,  ;-     'and INVESTMENT BROKERS. '���  the larger, part of our  product in  Japan, China and even 'Australia.  On account,of the rapid' increase  1 i t  'in the"Canadian ,consumption ' of  pig lead and its 'products, we now  have ^'withdrawn,   entirely  from  the   export." markets" and   have  more than we, can-do  to  supply  the domestic-demand.,   "  "The mining outlook^'in, British  Colnmbia'''",i3    very   encouraging,  from aVsmelter man's , point   of  view, at the  present' time!    'The  tonnage*ofr ore, shipped' us * for  treatment;'* both  from  our  own  1 ' i f  mines and from .customers,   shows  a steady increase.  'So fiir'as  lead  ���'    *    i -, ,' ,'      . ,  -i '  is concerned the miners are  doing  very well,., including   the'bounty  which-the Dominion! government  pays'they'are  receiving, for the,  lead in their'.ore   3   1-2' cents^ a  The largest building, permit  ever issued in "VTancouver was  given a fewfday3'ago,i'or a large  block" at    iPende,r     and   itomer  streets/  The'-buildtng will" be  i2<>'wholesale"   _ %" - -   )  stories in height and will .-contain [Montreal is"only 3  cents,to" 3 1-1  ing at this office.' - ,  ."Along    the    Kennebec"     Co.  played to a crowded house here  last Saturday night.   ���,   r  . - ���> i  The infant son of Mr. and Mrs..  -Amos Pptter. which was'born  oil  the 12oh died on the 13th.    ''    ''  Thos. Summers has turned his  stock "of', stationery and school  -supplies over to A. B. Stewart. ' '  -"   "   - - *'      ' i ',  John Sullivan, was   down  from  the Estella^mine ueiu' Wasa-for' a  r    ,   .    ��� }i i  few days this -week. ,,;  ' Among, ('the    Moyie . visitors, to  Cranbrook this.week  were  Thbs  Miller,'Jack MoTavish and E.' A.1.  'Hill. '        . -     , ��   ' - "  ���    ,    .  Mrk'W., A., Cameron left last  Suuday< for ,Sarido'n to join her  husband, who" is foreman,' at'. the.  Eureka mine. .'-   / ;  , i      '-" -  ,' Goldie Stewart ,has--moved his  stock of drugs and stationery   to  p und.,"  "Wha t   makes . this ' re-  ���-     <��� 1     v & l      _     .           markable' is" the   fact   that , the the Loug blockj opposite the Koo-  s - price , of. pig  lead ; in te        jj-oto];    :        - - ��� -  oyer *300 .offices.  $000,000.        '���"   t  It -will *co?>t  The Draird'IlStel and' the," Vic--  'toria Theatre";block, have been  purchased, by'the firm' of -D^vid  Spencer._Ii5d., fihU^b^Lrig .one 'of  -the largest sale^ in real.-est'at > -in;  cents. "'  iv      i  '"The various *-mino3 -belonging  to the',,company. are doing very  well���particularly those1 at Ro9S-  land. , The new ore zone, recently  opened up\in the5; Tower ..levels of  the^Yar Eagle continues to show  up strong't^and .bothl'it and,the  tiie'liistofy of ^Victoria. ?;Th'e coh'i Iron Mask'favfr: proving yery pfofi-i  sideratioa" f6r "the' acquisition 'of  these blocks was ?370.000  Head Office  CRANBfcOOK, B: C  .Conservatives, Re-Organize  oes  o  i \  Most of the leading makes aud all of the leading leathers  to be. had^at popular'prices. Jftl  '     -     /        MOVIE'S "LEADING    HOTEL.  ���*ii  **s  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public,  J3illi��nl Rooms.  3  V  ^  V.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms  -Monday evening the Jfoyie Con-  serviitive  Association  was   re-organized with the following olllcers:  -Thok Caven, M. L A -Hon. Pres,  J. A. tt.  Macdbnald��� President,  V. 3. Smyth���First Vice-Pres.  Thos. Pates���Second  Vice-Pres.  N. W. Burdette���Secr'y-Treas.  Executive Committee��� H. K.  Mackenzie, Urahanr Cruickshauk,,  A. O. Monkhouse, Herb Jackson.  Wm. Reese, M. J. Bounoiv J. AV.  Stewart, Donald McKay, Thos.  Bestwick, J. E. Crowe, James  Whitehead, Wm. Chamberlain,  aud John McTavish.   .  A. P. Maedonald and E. A.   Hill,,  two of the old   staudbys   of   the  party  in   Moyie, l declined   offices  for the-reason that they both   expect soon to leave Moyio.  Four Carloads Ore  tenay,  Arthur Ward, < wujise place at  Swansea was destroyed by 'ifire a  couple of .weeks, ago .intends -to  rebuild-at once. ^ ",.,"-���  A    meeting' bf.-the   executive  This is. the correct time to buy y'our winter supply of  > ' ' * t t i  ��   - ' ��� ,, '      '  ' 'Gloves, Mitts, Rubbers^  -    .,'  Shoes,   Sweaters,   'etc.  Come'iii'and-loot them over before your size is gone, jr  '     '     ���  , /   , ���'' '�����',* r'    , /-     J  ������, ��� Get the Habits,  Go -tc  r  ,AA*'��VV^A*,��A/'��V*/--^i^*VVVVVS^'!VV>^  J Crippen to 'Hang Nov.- 23rd , /  The petition for a reprieve for  6Dr. Hawley_Crippen, convicted of  wife-murder,'' is v being - freply  signed; but it is 'soumuch , waste,  paper. Unless Belle'Elmore .appears in fiesh'he surely will hang  on November 23. ,He maintains a  quiet, stocial demearior, but does  not's,leep well at -night, starting"  up repeatedly. .After such a start  he, peers around'his cell as if he  had dreamed he was not iti-prison,  then throws himself back on 'hi-i  pillow  with  a   groan.    'He ,tells  ���Waits Mining, 'Nws^/i  E. Jacobs, Secretary of  the $.''",  Constitute of Mining  Engineer's,' ' ���-  1 i f'   *   -  wishes it announced that, he  will -  1 '    't   i \  bo glad to  receive particulars  o��   '  the progress' rnado during 1910   of^,. ���  all    'district"', mining   properties;,'  I , " I ' '|J '!  The information desired is  that t  relative   to    development ' work  done,   'ore' production "(if   any;) ' ���"  ])lant and machinery put in, build- -  - -   . -'*-', ^  ings and  other surf ace . improve- ' ������  e  'A  i   *?Bfi?!-M  his iailers.   two   of  whom   are  in ���    ���.,.  J.            -       -, - ,           ,    . ,: iments,' transportation facilities  the cell constantly day, and night, ���       ;*       -.                      ���-  that he believes .he will   be  re  prieved. ' * Tney    note,'however,  that ho ha3 never  asked  ib Belle  provided,* and all other detaxia,  bhowing^ the year's progress.  Communications    should * bo' adf'  committee of' ��he tMoyie  Oonse'r-  EUmore has, been 'fouud;" though  dressed to'him  at, Nelson',  ,P..,C.,"';   . J.L- -���*.      mi   i-_      1 1.1     i-U:.,  I���  I-!���   ��nUr   hrtrtuj. rtr      asnamniT i    _ .. ,. * . _  k       -  ���*   .  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  I" 'isn^i ��jj.v$r i^x-T^r-zis-Tyr ty. t;s *->��� 'Z* *<r ~s  rour moro ciu-Ioads  of  ore   left  the  Aurora   mine   this   week   for  tho    smolti'i-    at    Trail,  and  the  f 1 working    forco   at   tho  property  '" ' has been im-roascd to 10 man.  table.    'The'r St. -Eugene   silver  lead tniue at  Moyie  also 'is- looking better than  it  has   for   some  j.-        v -> ��� '    ' ��  "  time. '      .  "Of .the 'properties acquired  lately by the company, the Mollie  Gibson appears to be tho most  promising. The old company had  equipped it with' an SOTJO-t'dot  tramway to which we are making an extension 21,000 feet 'long,  which will bnng,its terminal to ,a  point about three miles from the  Mollie Gibson landing on Kootenay lake.  ','We are taking about 100 tons  a day of low grade ore from the  Sullivan mine at Marysville,  which is being treated at Trail.  We are operating that property  under"'a lease from the Fort  Steele company. -The Richmond-  Eureka, at Sandon, which - was  owued by the old .War Eagle  company, also is shipping to the  smelter about 300 tons a month  of fairly good grade'silver-lead  ore.  "Tha recent resumption of operations by the Le Roi company,  togcthoi with the very successful  i-e-ults from the operation of the  Le Roi No. 2, which mine has  proved the steadiest dividend  payer in the Rossland  camp,  has i s  servative association will be held  at the-Leader office next' Monday  evening, �� "-^November '2is>t ^ "at  8 o'clock.,>���    -     u_   ,, , ,  OYIE   BEER  Heer  in   East  M raadq by the present brewer is admittedly Uio' Lest  Kootenay.     With tho Beit Malt and the Purest Spnug  A\ a tor   it   i  unexcelled for quality.    Insist ou having Moyie Beer.  B(ITl-IXI)    AM>    DKAI'I    I*��Kli  MOYSE  BREWIN  MUELLER & HESSE^P^P^ ^ ^  More   About the Apple  On Friday evening, last about  twenty of the people of Moyie,  represenbatives of the Methodise"  and 'Presbyterian congregations,  to.ok possession of the home of  H. A. Deagon and spent a delightful evening in tho playing of  games, singing and social intercourse. During the course of the  evening Mrs. Deagon was presented with a beautiful salad bowl  and service in recognition of the  faithful work at the organ during  the progress of the recent evangelistic campaign.  Church Anniversary  The members of the .Methodist  church in Moyie can well congratulate themselves ou the success of their anniversary. At the  church services Sunday evening  the building was filled to overflowing. There was a special  musical service, aud it was carried  out splendidly.  Tuesday evening the hot supper  served in Morley  hall   was   liber-!  ally patronized, and  again   thero j  this is hi3.on.ly hope^of   escaping. I     d ^ be,o�� mogfc- service  should,*  MissJJaneve has .been to see. him b      ','.<���,        ,     '      *     w..    , 0 ��.  .  .   7.7.''      ,*.''.^..J.     -,      t    S preach him.as > soon as practicable,  four times, but  lt'is-uudersfcpod | .-        ,,. , ( ,    ������' '-1  that'the home"' oTfise has" ref ust d and ��bfc l^ter fcLan the enff o�� tlie.  to allow her to make mire visits  to the prison, as it is believed she  has beejiidciujflso for a newspaper  story. There is a minor that she  sailed from Liverpool for Montreal, and another that she expects  to be a mother.  Adam Golsong  Dead  current month.  The" Yaie Election.  Mkf  T  *$���*  is  *\  c   Adam Golsou. a   letircd   miner,  aged 13���years, died  last  week ^at  the    Alice     hospital   nt   Mullen,  Idaho,  of  Jjfight's   disease.     Mr.  Golsoug     and     family    lived1  in  Moyie about eight years ago.  ,  ���i ���  When a cold becomes settled in  the system, it will ta'ke several  days' treatment kto 'cure it, and  the best remedy to uso is Chamr  berlain's Cough Remedy. Id will  cure-quicker than any other, aud  also leaves the ss'stem in a natural  healthy  condition.,    Sold   by  Reports from Yale indicate   the  very great possibility of the   Con-  aervtitive*    cmdidate.  Alexander  [Lucas  being   returned   by  acc-ln-  i matiou.     The Liberals have  nut  ! yet come to any decision  as   to  a  I candidate.    The seutiment of  tho  delegates at a  recent   convention  was divided between Stuart lieu  derson and John   Oliver.    "  ���$  '>��S  Little Early for Peruna*"  The police of Fort William arc  iu persuit of a local "desperado  kuowu as "Peruna- Pete." lt is  not probable that they will catch  him before spring as tihat is the a  the Moyie Drug &��� Stationery   Co.' proper time to take Peruna.    v  ' '3'*   !  -' i'M   I  mi  u  '11  'J I'1  l^ernie did not send nn exhibit  to the National Apple Show. Wo  havo a few Pippins0 here aud an  odd Jonathan. The Russian  Transparent- might be produced  by a little washing. ,The Spy as  n it unknown here and the Snow  is one cf our staples. The Duchess  ^  Horn-Mies in the   book-stores   and  ^^��i^^S^^ ^tt ���"9 Yellow  tZ:^2   "���������*�����'-   ��-��"*"i���� | i-Hc Parent in  large  numbers   anq;  11 could easily exhibit a car-load lot.  created a much better   feeling   iu  that town than its   citizens   havo  experienced for  some  time.     0n,cunCeat   the   concert   that  the whole the   outlook   for   l��-Ois-| d_      fi numbei.   0Q  land light now is more   encourag-1  ing than it has  been   for   several   I'^gramo was good  yeats."   was a hall full of people in   attcn-  fol-  the  Hockey Meeting Tonight  *��  ���ca  a  "2?  Imperial sa^ or ban  'Capital A��thoriZcd:--"---$iO:^  Capital  "'.'''Capital'Subscribed���'-  . Capital Paid Up���,~--J  Reserve' Fund��� ~~~~  ,1)00.00  .-:-$5;575,000,00  -5,:::lO,'0C)O.0O  -5.fi:i'o. odo.oo,  gl��� Free  Press.  , fy .��� ; _  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C0LUMBIA-  Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, W iclle..   *  Fotnie, Nelson, Rcv.ektokc. Victoria, anil Vancouver  Drafts and Money  Orders sold:. avaihlc in j��.  pari oi lhe World  i:    : '. [Savings  liaiik .Dopnir.uont  Interest allowed on. deposits  rr.oin' dato  of.  MOYIE BRANCH.  Tlie old, old   story,   told   times  without    number,    and1 repeated  A meeting will be held in the  Miners' Union hall tonight for the  purpose of discussing the taking  over of the skating rink. It is  planned to hive volunteers look  after it this 5'oar so iu this way  there will bo no1 expense in connection with it, except that, of  paying for the1 light. All those  interested in skating and hockey  arc- urgently requested'to' attend.  The possibilities of having  an   in  *   f I 'Ml  '< I��I   '    it    1  (    II  1  ������; i  Nomination for Officers  New1  Miche1  my   |;  deposit.        .  '2 j over and over again for   the   last j tei'mediate hockttjf team will, also  I;.'j(i ye.ars.'but it is   ahvays  a   wel- j oeidiscussed.  ��!'eoine sfioi y to- those  in   search   of I ,    '���'-- -���-���:;--���  health -Tiu-i-e is   nothing   iu   the  Wni'ld tliar...:iii-es ijiiimhs and'colds.  Wy     ns.'..' iMiiitnbui-laiii's  y��a&��s>o����BQe��5ajo<i>��>s3��3P��'*��8ff  K   W. SUPPLE, Manager'.    g'j,oyie Drug & Stationery Co  The K and H cigar has jumped  to   prominence   through    the  ex-  Cough   Remedy..       Sold   by   the: client flavor   of   the   tobacco  out  ���.<;.''1  of which it is made.  The nominations for officers of  the Moyie Miner-i' Union for ' the  ensuing term will take place at  the next two meetings of Nov.  10th and 20th. Tno. election will  take place on Dee.tfrd in the hall  between the hours of 1p.m. and  8'p'..ni..   i__ ;   .������ ; ;  .  . Many school children suffer  from constipation, which is often  tho cause'of seeming stupidity at  lessons. Chamberlain^ Scomaeli  and Liver Tablets at-o an ideal  'medicine to give a child, for they  iu-e mild and gentle in their  efli'ot, find will cine even eln-onie  coiisti[>ation. Sold by tho Moyie  Drug & Stationery Co, ���  ^ ^ Kft .-^  ^lifil?15!  and  ��oo��3  ,i   ��i  1 ,<��� i-1  ** '''in  i  f  Approved fey pixyslcisn-J ants i  officials,  bo-Loi*" SSalis and  K����ic  :ai Word's i^yjslliuiis, and       ��~>y  ���; b 1  si ;<  ;ii^ *  I     �� 1  J    1 '   }  I ; 1 -i j  I 1 ' 'i   1  1  > 1  1 !  1   1  i! 1*1 ■
V
THE   MOYIE  LEADER
Eminent Toronto
Physicians
TAJJ.r.D TO  CURE KHETJMATISM
Miss Flora Chapman Vividly Describes
Her Suflenngs and Ultimate
Cure With "Nervilme"
''After beh'g an enthiisuibtie ui<-r of
Nerviliue foi jeirn. I feci it zay duty tu
tell you personally w hat your wonderful
preparation, baa dciiu fur me', n
"I haireii-ii tort lire lrom rheumatism
nnd heart trouble, tried rctirci? el' to'
called remedies, conMilled tor weeks
aud months with Toronto3.- met eini,
nent pbyt-it iau-. but deri\ed onlv .-light
benefct.
"A  friend  tn-i-ted o'q mj   using Xi'i'-
vihuc,  and   to  my  .surprise   .1   vigorous
rubbing of  tbir powettul liniment eased
the<pniu- ami. reduced  the stillness  in
my joints.    jTVuutiDued t'i u-e Nerviline
and was permanently cured     I am now
perfectly well, and foi
tin fee   years   have   had
no   rheumatism   at   all.
1   know  many   families
where   no   other   uiedi-'
cine   but   Nervihue,   is
Jifptr—Jl» is t-o useful in
minor     ailments     like
earache,   toothache,   neuralgia,   coughs,
(Old.s.    lumbago   and   sciatica. I    call
,\'crwliuc my  ■ Life Guard,' (and urge ajl
to  try   If-  meiit  " '
Dec.   17th.   IK,   i'nlmerston
Avenue, Toronto.,
,   liefust<   anything  else   offl-r^d   in.stc.ul
ol  Ni-rpiii.p   .In two -is-c", fiUe and 20 e.
.Ml' dealers,   or   The   s ati<rHiir/.6ne   Co.
ACOUPhE nt young .men on the
&ueet tho other evening'offered
a now version of an 'old -aw.
After they had parsed* ,1 couple of
auburn haired damsels one ot the young
men took bin btand at the tuW» and
gazed up aud down the bridge.
', ''What are you looking- for?" impjir-
t ,J  his companion,
['uniting to tbe red headed  gnls,  the
yoilug man answered:- r
"Tin   looking   to   Se/c   a   white''.-into
mobile."
CURED
THREE
YEARS
' Kingston. 1 'lit.
/.
THE   HEIGHT   OF   GREAT   MEN
AL/2AC   do« iared   that „" neailv   all
E
i1*
. > Vi(
■  "i'
-;- '<■
'»rtat   nmn aie little."    Dill  Mr.
liavehx-k Kills hat, compiled 5,01110
height   statistics  which   point   just  the,
other way. "Scott was, 0"  feet, Slicllov <o
"feet tl  inches, Carlile 5'l'eut li  niches,
liyrni'i 0 feet h'.-j iuciu-.s, Kwilt o 'teet S
, 1111.110-*, and JJickens ,"> reel ,!' inches. So
much for .statures of men eluinent in,flit'
world of.liteiatuie who woie oier, at,'or
slightly under'si \- feet. The gr(»nt men
^ho were .shoit in statute 'ineliide Bullae himself, 0 feet 4 inches; Keat.s ,0
leet, iVapoleon-,") feet. 1-Ji inches-, N>I-oii
,,"J-feet--l MH-he.s, Tom Mooie,."> feet, while
Drydop,     Milton,    Gibbon.    Goldsmith,
„ 11 niac*    Maciiulay,  Spencui,  and   Blake
. all hoveied near the ."i foot mark , Wo
usiiujly^ think- (ir .Gladstone as a very
fall-man, and Disraeli of medium heigh'!.
' As1 a mattei 'of fact Disraeli way ,j feel
'I inches, and Gladstone only o teet S
inch's 'If ive-believe C'nrlyle, .feU'rey
would'seem fo ha\e been 'soiftethin'g un-
dctr C> feet, but lie was '."5 feet 0 inches.
]\pQuincev's contemporaries ulways.'de-
si ribe him a» .1 diminutive elf, -wlieieaS
lie was 'jour niches ta'loi iji.in Modie'
jnd   Keats. ' "        , , -    1
"VTOW."' said the, suffragette oiator,
_L 1 .-weeping the audience with ,her
• •agio eye, "J see Mr. Dodds'fitting down there in the third mw—a
man who has condescended fo come here
l(> night aud ii.sten lo our arguments.
He ha& heard -what 1 hav« haVl 'fo miv.
J think we .should lik'e to hoar froiii
him, and j^et a man's view of our yau-e.
Mr. Oodds, (ell 11s what you think of
the sufliaj;«ttc.s."   . , '      • 1
"Oh, 1 i'i wouldn't, jn m-iiia'ani'"
btanimcrcd Uodd.s. "J- inr-r-realy ce
couldn't., Thu there are J 1 lui ladies
p \> jmii-present' "
While he was devilling another
Scotch and .sckI.i to his lips the man on
his right gabbed the watch and deftly
slipped it into the ' outhide pocket of
thtj owner°s t'oat. Mr. Jlobinson was
too deadly in earnest with trying to
win back some ot his losse-j to'not ice
that his watch was gone. Tho play continued lon<; after the timo lii'ed by the
gentleman as -the hour he wHist stop,
but luck was still a stranger to him.
jPinally, after losing a particularly
big jackpot, he noticed that bis watch
,v.-an gone, and1 in .ill seriousness remarked.
.put my
1  know
A
WKLLKNOWN medical'man tells
this good one on  himself:
"There was a tailoi, a friend
of mine, ^vlio oiice made me a suit.
Through eareles.sui-ss 01 oversight oil
the part ^i' an assistant 1 lie coat wiih
nim'h too small., I promptly took it
back and Jie made' uie another. ' „ "
•'hjome months'Infer my tailor and 1
met. ajL_.iiL old muiunl friend's funoral.
The "tailor   wis   under  'the " impression
"My, gracious! 1 must ha v.
watch 111 that jackpot! l Now
it ,is time to qu.it. *' ,
And he'did. He's on the water'wagon now, and his companions of ihat
night are .11 raid to ask him if he'found
Ins watch.' He n* wearing a different
suit of clothes, and as he never uses a
"watch chain or fob, they do not know
Imr \%hat th timepiece is atilittin the
pocket'of. the othci .coat all unknown
l« him. / , ' -
B1.AKJ; HOGG ATT,
,    t hewing    negro.
;desease'l   had   been  a  patielit
fh.it  th
oi- mine. 1
"Well,  doe.f.oi,"
hang sight luckier
•'i3ow\that*''
■' Weil,,it's "a eiiicli they
,l»f   pooi   W 01 k   !•!  youib. "
r
sairi^ho, ";
Ih.tu J an, '
1 asked.
.-.in '
let u in
alienist
lequeutly
.stieelsf aiul
children
fl
1  is  the
school
moiniiig  the   lanitoi   saw
(U»tnm   at   -i   ceituin   public
do.wn    in    Maine    for    tha
leaohers    to    wine    0:1    the    black-
boardraiiY   Liisliuctlon   t h--\   desire   the
janitor, tu itceive.
>•    The, othei
w lift en
."l-'iud tbe gi'-atest commop divisoi."
„    "IJiiIIq!"'   he    cAchiuned.    "is    that
dm 11 thing ?ost a'ain? 7
.Yoar Drnccl.t Will Tell ,Yn.
Murine Eye -Remedy Relieves Sore Eyea.
Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart,
. Boothea Eyevpaln. and Sella lor 60c Try
Murine In Your Byes and In Baby*!
Kye»l tor ,BcaIy   Eyelids   tuid  Gnunnl&tlon.
(p
IHTESTWAL
DH. S   WKIK    MITOHCLL,
<    ami     noted   <,-uithoi,     t'i
,    stojj.s 1 Inldiuii  011 th
ciiats  with   them/ - .
lie is especially lonrt of
when they gcl^ old enough • lo > dm t J or.1
Not long ago lie ni.ide'the acquaintance
of (twin sisters of fte^en.-1,       ' ,
-'Good ln'orning,'my< dear uiiss^* he
s.lid, meeting o'le ol the twins in the
squaie, "auil wlneli one'of "the twin';
am  J  addleasing this bnghfc day?"
With a smile, the' prettiest she had!
the surprised lassie looked into the fate
of the giuvo physician and said most
modestlv: , , ■       '    „'     ,    '   ,
'''•I'm   lhe  one  what's  out  walking.'"
A
I.ITTI.B guJ hail1 boon so naughty
that, liei   mother found  it   neces-
saiy   to   shut   liei   up" in   a   dark
closet—in   that   family   the. diiest   punishment  for,tlnf woist ollence.
Tor fifteen Jong minutes the dooi had
been ' locked without a sound coming
from behind it." Xpt a whimper or a
sifitlle. '*'   -       -        ,   >'
At last thr- srm 11 but anxious parent
unlo'rked the closet'' door and r' peered
into thd tla 1 kness 'She could see uoth;
iiig-        '',-'.,< '
"What -lie vou doing-in there? ' she
enetl. , & "'.'.'
.And   thc-i   a ^little   voice   piped' from
tin- bluckiiY-.ss:   ' ," v
"I thpit on yiu^ nt* dicth and thpit
on youi new hub,'and 1 'in waiting for
moie' ill pit 'In eiiine to thpit on y,oui
nev\< paialhol!'- *- ■   7 .'    ' ^ -     „   r     .-  t .
,     A *       " - - *     ,  - u.'
Ai;<;i'ST    TIKUKMA'XN', '
"giand   e.salteil    nilci
m\l  ■    "
Ik '   '
& $■* 1-''  '
pi. ,i "«
"rruit-a-tives"    The    Only    Mctliciii«
That  W,u  lleaily  Cure
-     , Constipation.
The Liver both causes and cures
Obstinate Constipation or Pai.i!\s>s or
lhe Bowels ( '■
When
the Liver becomes torpid or
w-eaki then it cannui give up enough
Kile to move  the  .Bowels -
"Fruit-a-tives"
liver and makes
active.
acts direcllv 011  the
the  hi oi   &U011K and
By curing the liver, "Fruit-a-tivesV
t'nables this impottant oi&.in to sue
oir sullicient Bile to move the bonds
regularly and naturally, and thus- eure
"Intestinal Parah sis " ,
"Fruit-a-tives- is m.ule of fruit
Juices and tomes and is undoubtedly
the only medicine eier discoieied th.a
will positively r-uie Constipition in
any form
"Fruit-a-tives" is sold b> all dealers
at 50c a box, f, for 12.50. or trial bow
25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-
tives,  Limited,  Ottawa.
ihe     new
'   of   the
lilks,   said   at   an   Klks"   biiuquet
111   Detioit. '
'•The  guilti-  man   alwai s1" gives <-lniii
self awiiy; foi, like the chap who bought
I the    fuiti cent    bathing-suit,    In-    can 'f
I hide  Ins guilty   conscience. -.
j      -'The   <hap   I   have   in   mind   ontoted
"the  water at  Atlanta-  City  i|i  a   lorty
I cent suit oi   blue ll.'iunel ^   As he -plash
ed about he was joined by a girl trieml.
who   flashed   hei   bn^ht   eyes   ovei   tin*'
tumbling e.\pai.se of sea. aud then  with
a  si<i;h of delight  said.
-"'Isn't   the   watei   blue   today''
■' 'It's sh^iliefiil1 ' -aid ihe man  with
a   hut   blush—'it's   peiteetly   slu.melul
how this cheap bathing flannel inns'
the most tobacco
in   a' Southern
country, sins he has found a.new
way  to exterminate grat>s-hnppers.   -   -
'iJlak,e says to catch a couple of hop-
porn 'and pnicli  them on  the legs until
the   muscle-   become;   sore.     Then   turn
them looser   They  will  hop so  queerly
that nil the other grasshoppers will die
laughing,   <The  hard , part,  says , Blake,
is  to  eatd)   Jhe  two  original -grasshojH
peis when .the others are all dead,,and
kill them.      ,1 ' » ■
- ,*-,-.# , ,,
1* < i
SOMK tempQranc-e woinen visited the
11 /'apitol atWashington and way-
'     laid IJnchy'Joe Cannon.   ^ ^
Whilst they weie talking' to' the
'Speakerva Chicago representative, noted for his unconventional mariner 'of
speech, canie' along.. Uncle Joe grabbed
him. introduced him, and escaped.
', 'The1; ladies \berioiight, the Chicago re-"
piesentatiie.t'o help theui'm tbeir cause.
' '"'Td hkcto, ladies, ' he,,replied; "tor
I 'm off the stufT.myself arid don't never
touch a drop; but-I'ie, got a, pal mIio
w.-tllows.'in -it, 'and if you close the
salnous he'd have4 no place to go'.'"    *'
pADl)
u
HP, a"s,eveiyone knows, often
become export gnjf playeis, and
trotting about tbe links-at 11191-0
than one local tourse are .youngsters
who-could put it o\er,men who-^e clubs
thev carrv m a straight game, 'it often
happen-, 'therefore.; that " the amateur
golfer happening td (haw que of. these
liinimitiie cracks' as Ins' attendant
finds himself playing in'a mystonoiis
dcpiessing atmosi'iheie c The contempt
that tlie cadddy feels foi the playing
of some of tho amateurs is sometimes
beyond his power to e.\press. ,,.
At one. country club'they are .telling
a sloiv of a swell youug beginnei who
appeared ,to think the-only, qualiiiqation
nocessnTVUOT golf", was a lot-of staggering clothes, lie".started«over the links
with a \Qung lady who had's-.milai- delusions.' They* plaj ed a while with one,
of the 'best cadddie golfers'tis an intend.
ant.  ,  ' "'' , "■       ,'      -
,-'Uo you .flunk, ' asked ■■ the. young
mae, turning1,to .the caddie with a kindly air, -,'do you think we'll be- able to^
get-ai'ouiid the touihe before OuslcLV "
""If irtti'iun. -ii, ' -aid the caddie
grimlv. 'o \ *•
A1
A
WNITHD HTATKS Hepiesentative
I'.r (!eois;i'i is a taiinei in addi
lion to being ,1 statesman. He-
eentli when, ho was at home he recen
ed an uigcut call lo go to the jiolice
station iu Macon When h» armed he
lound that one of his negio laborers
had   tempoiaiy  ijuaiU'i-  theie
The negro wa- iei> penitent and
ieiy anxious to get o'ut
"Maise," he said, "jouse er deekin
in de white Baptis" f'liinch, ain't vc-i ,'
•' Ves,   Sim '' - '
"An' vei knows t s der deekin in de
cnllud Bapti- I'huich. don't ver Marse
Diuir'
'' Ve-, ■?] 1; , Ijiit what has this to do
with   lour pir-cm   tumble "'
"Well, I jis' nantei --ii dis, Maise
Uud. dat it "s time fei us ileekiu- ter
stick   tOgetll"! '   *
^rni
HKUK .-
I rom
'  is a safe, pleasant, antiseptic
liniment for reducing Varicose
Veins to a normal condition,
heahnu them even after they
have broken, Btoppingthe pam
quickly, oiercommg the sore- I
nees, restoring the circulation !
in tt reasonable lbngth of time.
Also a successful   remedy   in
treatingViu-lc-oKitl<-K,piifufiil I
RurlllncH, tootlmrhe.  iieu- .
riUcla, rhenmullrtiii.rhcuiii-
atie or polity deposits, hun- 1
Ions,   coruM,   liruiseH,   lame 1
luick, Ktllt'nock. Agoodrem-
«ly to have in  the house in
case tho children frctabad cut,
bruise, strain, sore throat, or
some painful trouble where a
good liniment would be Ubt-ful.
,^7; ; 1 AHSOKIJINK, JK.,p<-n.(mleB
«>(li. mi „f chetrouU,. qu.<kl> »llliaiitcHUHUK •iirm.
eciiiitiibiin. Prlro »1 OM 07 J200UOT liottl,. .lt«ll
aruji.-lBt«,lr,j,llver(Hl.li,.>1.3rfr«. Miuinractnrnlonly by
W. F. YOUNG P. D. F., 210 Temple St, Springfield, Mass.
.,      .     ~Vn*KS Il«., Hclrr.l, <Bn.H|,n A,.„U.
f" fj'»W«Hl l,7  1UI11I>   11(111   i K1WE (O, ITlBiilp,,,
Till   MlHIStl,   DKKI   *   tllrilltAI, CO. UlnnV, * 15'
the latest  poKei   -tori   10111
om    a    well known    club.      The
miduight  houi  was fast appio.uh
1 uj*       Mr    Ii'ubinson   hail   been   drinking
some during the touise ol   the game ami
losing   his   monei    light   along.     I*,illiu»
Ins watch  out  ot  Ins 1 est   po< ket   he laid
it  mi the table  111  Iroiil  <>!   I,in- and -aid
In-   would   pi iv   |ust   half   hi   hum   mm"
The  game  cO'll limed   with   -nine  good
Iv   si/ed   jackpots      The   'nan   i\ith   the
watili,   who   is   dignity   pei-ouitied   dm
ing    the    bu-iness   houis,    bet    last    aud
fimoiisl..    but     lust    in.iu-iged    ti)    haie
ii"tt   to   tlie   highest   li.tml   nu,-t   ot    the
time
Ui:KNKTjn-   was-   supposed   to__in
lluenije' people  by  a   brusqueness
a mount ing   to   absolute   ludeness.
It is related that one'day a -\er_v volu
file lady took hei;daughter who'was ill.
to  see  him
"Which   ot    vou    wants    to    consult
me-?"  asked  Abeiiiefhv
■•Hi    daculitei."   u-plied    the    elder
woman. • '
Abei net li\ then put a question tcthe
gnl. Hetoie she had a chance to reply
hei mother began a long stoiy. Aber
nethy told her to be quiet, and repeated
the question to the girl. A second time
lhe woman began a storv, and a second
time he told hei to be quiet Then she
inteitupted  him  foi  a tlliid  time.
" Put   \0111   tongue  out.'"   he^ said   to!
the mother.
"Hut theie"s nothing tlie matter with
me' "   she  exclaimed.
•Never mind; put \oui  tongue out'"
he  commanded <
Thoioughli    loierawed,     lhe     woman
obeved.
Now   keep if  out.  ' said  Aberncthy
whidi gives an annual average almost
as high us Mr. Benson 's. Since 1004J G.
3C Chesterton has turaod out a round
dozen volumes, -whidi makes an output
of two volumes a'year. Mr. Galsworthy
has como info prominence- only during
the last feW years, but his record for
that time in drama, fiction, and general
criticism is impres-ive. Mr. Chrirles
Marriott, a novelist of notable achieve
ineiit and greater promi-so, has written
fifteen ndvds since lt'Ol. The list could
easily be extended "'
A comparison with American literary
productivity   shows   results   that   eount
against this continent,     'Tho l'ost says:
, ''We may put 0111  two elder 'writers
aside.    Mr.   Homy ,lames,  in  our  own
'Who's  Who,'  is  credited  with  nearly
-io   book   tit'es  for  11   career   of -forty
years aud more, though it is to be noted
that, his record migiit have been a much
longer ,one if h« had chosen to maintain
this pace of'his eailiest years; ho published three volumes m  I87S, four volumes iu 1S70, and tliieo'v«1uuie,<, in 1884.
Mr. Ilowells is credited in 'Who's Who'
'with  about  70  titl-s,  but  that   covers
a   literary   career   oi   half   a 'ceutury.
Wo   turn   to' the ■ lounger   men.       Mr.
Robert W. Chambci", the first man wo
probably ^think   of   auiopg   our   ready
writers, ,has written liU volumes iu'the
same time that Mr   Reason has prfc-due-
e.d  nearly -10!    '.lack London/ ui whom:
if in anyom*, we e\j>ect titanic onorgy
ceaselessly   lnaiiifesitiug   itself, 'has   20
volumes since    lf)0i>— a    good showing,
but uot up to^tho  llnglisb record.    Mr.
Usi'viil   Graham   J'liilitp.s   has   done   17
volumes'since 1901,    Mr,   Uobert  Jler-
nek- has, .done   13   volumes .in   fifteen
'years,  but in  Mr.   JkrrickN oasn.it is
only fair to recall that he works at hjs
trade iu addition to writing books.    Mr.
Winston   Churchill   makes rit,  a   rulo do
give two'/yoarh to ti  hook.''   Since' lS9ij
lie has produced'sejou , volumes.   '   '<"
••Jtoie is one1 field, therefore,-in which,
the speed of lifo in N'cw ,WorJd,has not
increased over^that iiiitho'Qld.'-  And,it-
might  also bo shown that-in  this field
I thu   pace, T of .modem .life   litis' not.* increased Joyer'that of HO. lOO'-o'r 200 years
ago. , Whiil we.have said of/cootemporr
111 v Huglish w'riters will more than hold
good, for France, whose, men of letteis,
in   their  prodigious ,industriousness, eh-
lirelyi belie   the   Capuaii ^reputation ' of
present-day Paris,    isot'o'nly in fiction,
'but > irr  the ' fields   'ot    criticism   and
scholarship, 'the ^Frenchman  'of-"today
aie   true   to  the   tindition , of' Voltaire
tiiid.lii.s'jiundrcds of volumes, of Diderot,
and of Sainte-Beuve   'The classic' English,-novelists   arc   less, copious,   but. a
Uickens.-.Siovel, every  two'years  m'eiint
Ihioe   or., four,-, novels cl of  prehont-day
length.      Thackeray.   Keiide,    Tipllope,
filled-an amount of shelfjS-paco ,wliich it
-vvouliTtulte' many, scores of our "modern ;
tlnn-'Uhosted   novels   to   covci.   '   That!
their successors are courageously liytihg|
to, in indicated by the'ligures w*e .have
cited.1--: ,      ' ." ' s-'   ,l .
The' livening 'l^ost finds two .reasons
'for file'lower liter.uy productivity., of
America:  ' -        ,  ,    -      \ >' ' 1
"One reason-is the much clo.-er con
ucution betweenllitcrature and journalism in ICuiopoj'aiid the other leason is
"the much smaller financial, reward ,that
attends upon literary success in (Kurbpe'.
Men   like   Mr. ' Ghesteiton.   .Mr.,, Bdloe.
Mr.   GalsJworthy,-'Mr,   Max   BeeibohmJ
are   journalists   as* well   asrf writers   of
or,iginal   volumes, "and -they  are  In it lie
^jabit" of   republishing their   uewspapci
work in book form.    Tn France, thisiit-
eveu mWe life practice ^Political^cK'roii-
iquos.l litorari''and   dnimlitie   ie.vie.ws".
causeries and fe,uilletous of|"i»ll kind*> uri*
regularly put into book^forni'-amorig*'a.
nation ''whose -boolfs  are VMiex-peiisively1
published 'in  paper  eoviirs, <aud, whose
publishers   call   a' thousand   copies,  an'
edition. '(By  such" m.&iins'Uie jbu^'milist
authoi   in ijiiglaud, and'I,,nriice..addslap-I
pieciablv  to his, list of book titlesT tWe
need  only" recall  how  alniost   unknown,
the   practice   is  111   this  country   to   see
wh:it_ .111  advantage   the  foreigner  has.
,it is. ot  couisr-, a legitimate advantage.
If  a   wiitei   ot   books   is   at   the   same
time  a   newspaper  man,, it   i«  fail   that
the   time  taken   fiom   his  books" should
show 111 the .total     With us, again, book
writing and   newspaper  wiiting.do  not
go  hand in   hand      Kven  moderate sue
cess   in   the   former   field   leads   usualh
to the abandonment of the latter.
-'As to1 our second reason, it is almost
self evident. I~f Mr. Chambers denies !
twenty times the piofit from one' ot his
novels that Mr Benson does, it stands
to reason that iu the long 11111 he will
be iiudt-i ihe necessity 01 wilting fowei
boo! s  than   Mr   llenson "'
HE    PEAKED
BLOOD
But Zam-Bui: Saved His ^^
Once again a 0."-..!:. f*. ^"n*-.
THE Bii-GIAN" HORSE    ,
, 1   '
T11J5 Belgian horse enjoys a worldwide reputation as' a beast of
heavy burden whoso production
conrtitutcH a practical monopoly for its
native country. To this three fat-tors
contribute: The/soil and cliinafo, the
economic conditions, and the. skill of
bfeoders. la' tho central districts^ of
Belgium there is found a humid soiTpe-
culiaily adapted to^Jho requirements of
the. hoi so, while the action of a irjari-
timo dinisife,' with frequent but relatively light .rains, eombines with this
favorahle condition of the soil to pro
duee a vegetation of the soil that is
abundant, rich, and suitable' fodder for
the animal.        /
Similarly, the eenomjc conditions of
Belgian agriculture are ideal for horso-
brot'ding. especially whore the» heavy
draught horse is, concerned., The ipdtis-
try is carried ou on farms of from one"
hundred lo- one hundred and twenty
aurest (the minimum area practicable) lo
otheis nl" "QVieral hundred, and of farms
of fhis size* the country boasts- a
greater number, j .
' The heavy soil ueeessiliites'much
labor; three strong horses are; required
to draw a plow, ijiunll wonder, there
fore. Ihat th<<o!aimer favors the indigen.
ouyitlnlnglit animal. , Sq.roqted-, in fact,
is his preference that intervention*) pur
sued for ,a_ century in a. contrary spisit
by government "have been a'b'nrtive.
After several- devastating ,'wnrs' thora
riro-^' a demand, for a 'cavalry horse of
lighter build and more spirited than',the
Belgian itnimnl, and succeeding governments tried in vain to induce breeders
to rtlla'he hill. In 1770,there was established at Alosfa breeding stud with
Arab, Neapolitan, '"and, >• Dutch, stock,
-NTapoleon. in" ^S06", iiielleetualiy repeated
"••• -ilternpf wifh Arab'stu'llioua, ds"did
ly keep foais until thoy are. full-grown.
Thoy uio «old iu the autumn which follows their birfh, ,or the next autumn,
and, become flio property ofy agriculturalists of another district, where they
tiro broken in to work from the age of
eighteen months fo two years. ,&om«
breeders, again, undertake to fetter
anima-ls bttforo selling them to the market. Prices average: for, foals of threo
lo fix months, $(f0 to $120; for foals of
eighteen months,'.tlBO fo $200..' Threo
year old horses,fetch $200 to'$2S0; four-
year-olds, $.250 to $300. Finally, th<>
value of, flic Belgian equine" exportation
trade una risen to $3,SOO,000, 'ranking
in importance after such' necessities
as sugar, $7,-400,000, and oil. $,1,200,000.
, ' , MB.' DOOLEY'SAYS ' :     \
OF Un'OBOB:,   " Th "trouble about
' divorce is it always let's'out iv thJ
,b?id bargain th ' wan ,1 ha I matin it
bad,-"  and  asks:     ''WW theie  iver a
friendship, that   was   aniiytliiug' 'more
thin   a   kind  ^ .   .•?.      .     I
the  popular b^ZXl'9^
a,  world   from.the  teiril,!'..   'JI ^H-fl
blood poisoning. Mr Alf, 'i ',', (v-ls of
of (Shipley, Ont.,' says- - v?"/V'* ^
I had tbe niisfortun; to l !' "'l **ork'
nail under my thumb n.,,|. {   ,,* r"btj
nail under my thumb n.m. to „- ;»..)
of about one and « j,oll- ." '" ?'-|<Ui
IK..H was terrible, and wh,( .', 'ih''
was, that the nail, *„.,„„ "„'/*"'•'
rusty, would set up fester,,,,, .™[.™i
poison. 1 know fimii „rf",,. ' ''N
lenco how good Zam-l>„k w-(H l,"^'''
fid the thumb, melted a !iti|\ y cl'ai
and lan it interne y,0UDt, 'T',"''"huK
was wonderful! 11 soothed I!,. ' "'^
the thumb actually did not «i,. '"V""1
Huk kept away all ii:'llam.»     -''^
able   to   go  on   with
time,   and
111   a   few   da
"Veil
'"■nation.   | w
waH'as good as-ever. "\ ' „,{?, ^J""1
can do this shQii'd'be „, (.u,r'"' » '»t
man's bomo."     - ' *"rhti
/ain-Buk  is tho  fiifi-t   jnrm'   . ,
Hiirnnce,/,'toi  all   worker^, c Its
Being amipoiwsJ
essences, HhuiBuk is -,,„ ttZl 'htlM*
babies   ' and     young  ■ d^ldf,.'
wn for
the
the Ihiteh, government at Wolverdange
subsequently., Finally, in'180-1, all id«a
of .1 state breeding/Mud5 wa*s, definitely
abandoned.   ",' -       •<      * - <-    ^ - o"
<. After'-the Frtlnco-Pf-ussian . Wn'r - of
lS70,-t!'erina'ny became th<» chief buyer
of'the Jselgian horso'in place of, France!
Fngland alsofgaVe -an impetus a's a
ciistoiuer, Thus^ -,encouraged; native
brex'jiers'sought v.more definite results.
Thdj\ had , thqir work' cfut ,oiit.' Kach
district hitltorto bad operated irrespec-
tiviji-of its neighbor with dissimilar re-'
suits'. Honce many-local strains: Flemish^ Bralmiitiue, and'the Ardennes, etc.;
the last an outcome of Oriental VntaVb.
The'desire Oto remedy" if. possible, flic
blemishes m these several rat-es Jed in
•lSS0rto the establi.sliiiient af Liege and
Ghent of" two' aaspiyntions , of ,breedei>-
devofed fo the' t improvement' of,'the
horsc-^ These, become. iue.igcd tiVonty-
live years, ago in the -present found a.
tion/ "Tho' Society 'ofj the '^Belgian
Draught  ii'orsc.f'  linvin'g-its  licndnuar
to woman suffrage, says Mr. Uoo-
"A 'baby'is ti good i-iibstleboot f'r
'a ballot, um*'t th' hntid Ihat. rucks  rli'
ciadlo sijdoin'has  lime Xor aUny  other
luxarivs.J%i, ' ,. ( .     ^
O'o" liiimjssy's ordimiry femald relations, "All,t|iat illiction d:iy ineansi'iti
th" old inan.gpin' ofr"iu tit * mornin'
with'a, light st«p an' fire-in "his eye,
juij coming-home too .ate-ai, nldit with
a dent in liis Jial," ' _" . ' \ '- ."
v- Money "mailtftt jipset«i aro,_thns i>uini-
mpd «ii:v V Pi,in;cs are th.'. jesult'iv too
many pfjoplo.li.'iviii' riidney,'5; 'nnd,> turn-
.   ..      , ,    *.^
rri"
yores, 1 luil'imcd. imicheiv, r.bad lei. ,,
cost' veins and ulcers, piie< (utk\ '
bruises,* and all .skin disejises ,wa ,."'
:iurK-s.,-,Solil,hy all druggets ,11,,]^....
keepPM^-j-t ,riOc a box, a for *n.£,f. ,.,,
free fron. pZam-Ttqlc Co., uTuionto Td!
and,ran,it into tbe wvouod Ttie r'esul*
substitutes."  " t .' ,
ing"to tho' labor niiM-ki**., it c-tf'curs.to-M
Dodiley iliot ><A-sthri-'ke' is invvnrriikir
man's vacation
Mr. Dooloy ou ihings'spirituai:- -f'My
aunt''«e",en';a^ ghost' wanst,-*' said' Mr:
Hinnissy.i, •■ lverYbo'dy"s'imn( lur^sc'eif
'a-ghdst,V said  Mr. "Hoo'lev.   '■"    ." 1 ' , >
' A'guod'dcifl.^of the uew' Uooltv bwl-
in abou,f, .-.rnortVnn things, hut at iy
very end   there is  a dating  mko ab^i
3tlr
a  f'iime  ia pMft
Wiiv do thcyfjji 1
__,,   ...^   there
oil
"'"jWhat'tkind, jv
asked- Hinnisty.- '
'rile nil' ancient?i"
11
iSloh'fkuow-,'' 'Wiid   Mr.
,!•'-,• • •      I     1     II • I -   ,^<">VV.
/'.onlees-it ia because iJi'/l'rciiJem ,v
tit * "United States, has u"i»t toui it
- /v'""('r",. "    - '     f', ^
-i'K
1 There' is no 'poisonous 'irigiodient'1 111 ' &^BJfg
liollowny 'a Gouu-iyufo/ and -it >iii) ' be 'Tv5 :
uVd without .(InngeKofytijury:      y^ ;>'j &u,yh£."
/stopx coaiiba
h€ure
IN
III Kit K  is
PLAIi,   ENGLfSH
a   publication  at JSt    I'aul.
1 ailed   th?   Docket,   that   deserves
:i .'Teat  deal  of praise.     It   prints
Aud h<   pioeeedcd to examine the gill
Al\)OS wasiieiwouiaii was seen to
be hurraing to woik and lolling
down    hei    sleeves    long    bet 01 e
hei   usual   houi   lot   leaving
"I'm  going  out,"  she   informed   liei
emploi'M.    with    a    pleased    and    lathei
1 opsequentia) an
'   Where   aie  you   going,   Bridget'"
"To  lieai   Mi'   Kmerson   lecture."
•-Win, he 1- ieiy deep, Bridget   Most
ot  us can't undei.stand hiin very  veil."
"Oh.-1   don't   undeistand  him,  nmm.
1   bite  1o   see   bun   stand   up   theie   aud
t ilk   a-   if   he   thought   .-yeiyboilv
w is   a-   guod   a-   he   lias.
The  great  philo-ophei   was  absolutely 1 ^ (j) lvi[lf,   J(.
free lrom pi id", and he made Ins hoaieis
the interesting and important court de
. ei-Kjus oi the country, and punts them
-so cUuit an oidiuaiy citi/en can lead
I them with enjoyment and undeistand
i ing. It even goes so far as to indulge
' in a little liumoi now and tiien. when
I the occasion seems to demand it In
this collection the. Finpoiia Ou/etic
sa \ s
"'The Biiz/lr- IMitoi of the Ha/ette
often wondered why "court decisions aie
made so obscure that none but a I iwver
1:111 make head 01 tail-of them. The
Telegraph loditoi always is in greal
distress when a lot of Supreme f'ouit de-
I cisions appear in the despatches, foi he1
1 has to write heads for them, and n<*vi>r
can make out whether the -mil
 for 01 again-!  the plaintiff    Th
l~^ I publication show, that it i- possible
to wute up decisions in such a way
that -a child would know vvlrit  the <oiut
g -its   lit'fidjfj
tors at Brussels..' ,' *l '
,--'t'bis society, with its iifenUwiship of
l,L'00/h1is,ac<iomplishcil fnueh already by
.the,  folio wing means: "j The* institiiVioii
of'genealogical race-books, (stud books)
insuring, purity of stocK'/'and. the holding  ciariy "each  .lu-ne'iof  an  exposition.
Sometimes (Seven "h<iiidied''-'animalflrare
exhibHed.i. while   the,  pn/.os  dist'rihated
"rdjire^ent  nt lump  sum, of   over Vi-(i,6o(i."
Results1-"mark   am inipiovemeiit "in. flic
Belgian farm horse', which.jAw,approximates,more nearly to Uiu.,/dcjiretype ,"ui
fended" for;' hard' work- " A.-   ,-,   "<    ,.-
VThe. popularity'nbro.Vd'of the .-Belgian
Jioisc  is  alrciidy 'of  comparatively' m
cient   date.  '"Englan- 'was  the  first   importer,  then  the   1101th   of .Fiance." 'A I
[ater   customer, was -Germany,  luthcrtoi
iwithout   a   diatight   horse   properly»so I
called.    Then,came the turn of .igricul '
tuial   competition    with    the    English
"Clydesdale," that   resulted   finally' iu
the srii vival'oi  the native breed.    Denmark, although  po-sessed  of a.diauglit
horse   favoiably   known/  yet   followed
the   example   of  Germany.     Il1a7.1l.   the
Argentine, and .lapa 11'have  given  theii
attention   to  the   Belgian   horse      Prom
Dei ember  1.     IflOG,     to     .Vovembei   .'10,
1907.   the   administration   of   the   stud
book delivered  1,1.10 pedigrees of stock
'sold  abioad..   Of  this  number -l.lfi  sortitions   and   lo0   mares   were   shipped' to
the  United States »,
-Several facts of hoise bieeding'.-ue of
economic importance. Foi' instance, it
is'arranged that births shall take place
in spring, when ngnetiltural labor is
well advanced, 111 onlei to tnin the toal.s
and mares out to grass. In round figures,
theie are bom annually -10.000 fouN,
but apart fiom those chosen for breed
ing pm poses the faimer does not usual
Win
AND NUMBERS OF VALUABLE  PREMIUMS
", Read' Carefully .if' You Wish' to 'Earn J»art, of tfie:'AboveT Amount
<■ ,' -- - llereMtli^vrill be
found-1 She' picture, of-a
Cliiuamaii ,»!«> the faceii
of" seven' "girl; '_Csa
jou'find the glrla" faces?
Tryl it is ii<T<as)- last, but
by ivulenceand persevere-
ance you cj.il probably find
four'or fire luces! TMark
llieone»you find wHiritj.-
X. Cut out the pictuie and
return It to ua nt once". 11
lucana luotiey to you to" do
<o.     -    ^r ,.
To the person urbojindj'
the largest numberof hidden faces vt will give the"
sum of P,orty' liollars
If:'") In Cash To the
person R-liofioda tlie nec-
and largrsl number We
wilt give tiiesum of Thirty
TlolIaM (Jjooo) in Cash.
To the pernon who find*
the third largest number
we will give the sum 'of
Twenty Ikjllari {$20-jo) in
- Cash,* To the person »bo
./.finds' lhe   fourth   larrcst
nuiubcr we will give the
Hum-ofTen Dollars(5iao6)
,'iil,Caj.b.J)Should two per
sons send la equally cor.
.red answers for (lie una
lurire. !he first twei priies
.will l^equslhrdlvldedlxs!
• tn-eea thcin.earbrrcelrlnji
.the. sum of Thirty-fire Dol-1
hirs (*J$.oo); Should three
persons "send .in eqasliy
correct answers, the finrt ,
thrceprixes will be equally
divided between tben,
>e»ch reeeiirinjrjbe jna of
Thirty Dollars (y">)
Should four persons ixrod
in equally .correct an*-
wers, "the whole sum of
One Hundred DolUm
(Jioooo) will N- cqrui'.lr
divided l-etween them,
each receiving Twenty-!
five'DoIlars (J3j.«>) Ami .
soon in like'proportion!
■We mru exactly what we aay.   Do not delay,you may not sec this advertisement «g»ln
There 11 only one simple condition attached to our Competition.    When we receive jour «e-
ply ve will-write you explaining what this simple condition is.    If jou c«in find *NV of the
hidden face* write lo^lay, mark tbe fneev cut out the picture and send il to us at once.
,   VVritejour name and address very plainly. -      i      v    -1 « (
Addross, GOOD HOPE REMEDY CO., Dapt. 19      ' MONTREAL
P.Q.
Dysentciy conodes the intestines and
speedily eats away the lining, liiiagiug
about d.uigeioils conditions that mai
c.-iuse death. Di, .1. ]). [Cellogg's Dyscn
teiy (Joidial deais tin; intestinal eanalf
ol (he germs that cause the inflani
■nation, and by' pioteetiug the lining
(10111 ! uit her ravages restoies them to
healthy (ondition. 'Those subject to
ilysenteiy should not. be without thi^
simple yet  powciful  lemedy.
Headaches — nausea — indigestion—muddy complexion—pimp.'as—
bad breath—these are some of the" effects of constipation. t The mild, sensible,
reliable remedy Is
They contain the latest
■> discovered and best evacuant known, which
empties the bowels without  the -.lightest discomfort and without disturbing the rest of the system.   Constantly increased doies are not necessary.
25c. * bo-i.   If your driiECist has not yet slocked thorn, tent! 25c =id we will mj.l them
National Drue end Chemical Company of Canada, Limited. - Mont
realise his peifett detnoi iaoy
\     Mlllll.ll     stoiy      is    tol.l
iiiook-.   .u-.othei    ltngi- lu-aited   man
tiooi   -clubwoman   once  asked   In in   if
Would allow   hei  d-iuglitei  to^ b
in    the    tha pel.    '' be' a use. "
" the bin  chilli li   1-  n«t   toi
tne.'"
•'Oh. 11'-, it   1-." he leplied  promptn
•■Jt   is   lui   the   likes   of   vou,   and
1     Theie   is   no
Ot   l«'eliiiR.i(.l)1Ilt   decisions
ot     1'hilip ' ]iies(-i ipt ions, in
purpo-i
In
ma 1 ried
'    said    -hi,
the  likes  ot
{Th
. on,- '-
iiu-.-tniii-r
\i use   toi
111   poetii,
1  in any otlu
it     laiiguace
l I",11,   uot   tl
is'i^kwjTo those who suffer sickness, to those who want to be well,
we say let us buy a 50-cent bottle of Psychine
from your druggist and give it to
you free to prove.
(iljscuiuv in
in    doctoi-
1 documents.
1- to mast-
■ om 1 al  it
me.
the
I
MOTHERS SHOULD
WATCH CLOSELY
(DISEASED    KIDNEYS    THE    CAUSE
I OF   BED-WETTING
ENGLISH    WRITERS   ARE   SPEEDY |
MIUSHMKV   sai    \1ne1icans  work
Knglish
,t c oine-
Vmei leans say
sjnw      lint when
-  At>.    .*„ Winchester
nncsaresomade.  Nothing is left undone that will make
them shoot well, work well, look well and wear well.
Winchuur Go«  and Ammanilwn-Tht Rtd V/ Brand-art mad, for \
W'NOMes-ren   Rir-cnTiMC i>u. Cd .
I 01)  last.
iTien "lie
to   wiitnio    l^ngli-i]   autlioi-   seem   to   1)
by    lai   the   -peediei        \   wiitei    in   the I
Nt w    Wik    IJieiung   l'ost   is   led   lo   illicit   upon   the    i[i[i.i lent   icisui eline—   ot
\meii.-.in    litei.ni    methods      Sun c   Mi   ,
V.    f    Iiiii-iin   (leitiified   the   woild   with
the   nil entities ni   ''Dodo.'    some sev en
teen   yiais   ago.   he   has   tinned   out.au!
average   of   t wo  and   a (quarter   novels.a.I
year.     II is case .may  b/j the  leading om-j
liinqng.    Muglish .   novelists,     says     t.lii.sl
writer, but  it  is by no means highly ex- j
i-cptibnal.      All   t he . younger, 'successful!
men  are extremely busy writers.     Some j
more   names  are   mentioned   in   proof:
Wells, who began publishing |
.(•redited./iii the' last edition j
Who,' with :n  titles: bv
•11.   C
. 1
in.
i.sor..
i.s
of
r.Who
moment.
rli
total  is .probably,'32 or  '.YA
Wellesley Young Man Permanently Cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills, Gives the
Public the Benefit of His Experience.
Wellcsbi.    Out       (Special)       I'll it     ill
diseases   hi    the   bl nldei    limn    bed wet
tine;  -o  (Ii.imI  an   the  dneei   n—iilt- ol
Knlniv    Oi-i.i-e,  i, is  been   pinieil    i«3m
and 11^,1111  In   Dodd  - Knlnei   1'ilN    fhci
line     the     tvidiievs     ,im\     the      I'.l.iddi'i
diseases    sjei-dili     dis.ippen One    ,,)
the litest pmois comes 111 the e\p
■01   Mr.   George   Strci.ol.   the; well
harness maker of this  pl;iti;e.
■■"I-was troubled  with bed-wetting for
many years. "   Mr. .Strobe!  sa.vJ;     --.The
doctor .could   not   give me  relief anil   no
one knows Imw I sull'ored.'-'" I tried many
■medic ill es. till in •.I'uniiiiry, 1!)05. 'reading
fhi' 'experiences of others f*»<I   un- ti, use
llodd "s  Kidney  fills. .  .Vine boxes cured
p the so completely that   I have iieverlieen
this 1 .tronhle.d' since. ■"'    '
1 tern e
kunwii
»t*d, Vi-eavk, Wwrr, Waterr Brea,
Relieved By Murine Eye Remedy. Try
Murine For Tour Bye Troubles. Tew
Will Lll:e Murine. It Soothes.. Uc Al
Teur Druggists. Write For Bye Books.
Free.    Murine Bye Remedy Ce., Terent*
Mothers should, learn that when their
children are addicted to bed-wetting it
is time  to  look, to the cause.     The   Kid
neys are the cause. Cure: the
by iisint; Dodd's'^ Kidney fills,
only stop the bod-wetting, but
serious and dangerous diseases
life. ■:•■'■
Kidneys
and not
ward off
in   after
The white, corpuscles of tha blood—
the   Phagocytes,   as   they   are   known
scientifically—are    the    policemen
the scavengers of the body.
Not a germ of disease can invade
the body anywhere but these white
coipusx-lcs get after It. And, it they
are .strong enough or in sufficient
numbers,  they devour  lt.
If they're not strong enough or in
sufficient numbers, then tho Iniadlng
artnv of disease Reims tilumphs and
disease holds tho body.
Any preparation that strengthens
these while corpuscles or that In-
ereases (heir number, will not only
pieseive health, but will build up its
defences so strongly that contagion
or  infection  are, Impossible.
'■",■.'■    +'*'.*
Herbs have always .been great curative agents from time immemorial,
They have been styled nature's own
remedies.
Certain herbs; more than others are
noted for their curative, powers. ,
And It has been -found that those
herbs that are most effective in maintaining or restoring .health, do so by
building up the, white corpuscles or
Phagocytes.
**■»''
And   lt  Is the  tremendous  curative
power of  those  herbs that  Is  respon-
or  sibje for the unequalled iecord of this
splendid   picparatlon.
Think of lt, Jn Psychlno we havo a
preparation that has been In uso a
tlliid of a century. That has cured
hundreds of thousands of many kinds
ot   diseases.
For which ive have received hundreds of thousands ot unsolicited
testimonials.
Hero are tho diseases for the treatment of which. Psychine Is Indicated:
buy  nnd  «ll"
hundreds 0'
of  these  50-cent bolt leu of
We  will undoubtedly
tribute   In  this  manner
thousands
Psychine.
And ive do that to show our entire
confidence in this wonderful preparation. ,
A confidence that has been based
ou our third of a centmy's experiinio
with this splendid preparation with a
full knowledge of the hundreds m
thousands of cures it has made
La Grippo
Hrouchitis
HcmoiThiiKea   ■
•SoroThroiifi
Anaemia
Female ■Weakness'"
Indigestion
Poor 'Apuatllo
Chills anil Fovo'rn
Sleeplessness and
Nervous Trouble*
Ilronrliinl Coutflm
Weak 1a\ nc;*
Weak Voice   .-,.
Spring Weakness
Karly Dccliiio
Catarrhal Affections
Catarrh of Stomach
Night Sweats
Obstinate 'Cough*
Laryngitis and
Dyspepsia
Pneumonia'unit
To
These!, herbs
Psychine.
are Incorporated in
A fter-efTccts of Plonrisy,
La-Grippe.' - -     .
Now we' don't ask you to take our
word for the tremendously beneficial
effect of Psychine. Fill out the
coupon below, mail it. to us and we'll
give your druggist an order (for'
.which we pay liim''the. regular retail
price) for a fiO-cent. bottle of Psychine
to be given you free.of cost.
COUPON   No. 95
the   Dr.   T.   A    SLOCUM,   Lw
193  195   Spadina   Ave,   Toronto
I ucfont (our ollci to tr.vn "Ik. b"ll\"
of Psychine .(pronounced Si-keei ".„''■
your expense. I have *,ot-lli,,V."..i\1„"
hott'o of Psychine under this pi-"'-
Kindly ndviso my druggist to ilcin r
this bottle to mc.
My NTaino. ->!)••• - ,.•■•■•
Town  ....'..•••■•••	
Street and N'umbor .- "
,M j- Druggist's N'niiio • • • •	
SI reel, und N'miibcr
Till*coupon
■59
f
is lint good for*'i<V. 1
to day. THE ' MOYIE   LEADER  Are You in Danger?  yen  uav Be    Hegtectims    a    Small  JSSt and Thereby Jartttae  ^      serious Disease  ���. . I tile maladies grow into serious  Tk   H n,  a"  kuow"    "ft0a th(i bt��m"  d1*1."0      ���),! kidneys rest mainly the  >'VJ ,,1,-iitaiuint' health. Most ot  if tic Mckuesces come from do  Jolir ' ���t���f Ihes* organH. flxperionew  r1^ ilnv <r" ver>' l'n*1����eut|y 01lt Of  !"��,,���,< bidlv"  JK*rlioj)H,  lrtit_oven   if  i IciicHb "ut "r or<3of> U act" uI,on  " mi! unl the spirit* and upon tho  ^'"tb ,���,.. r.gulanty of the system.  "it won't pay you to neglect your  , 'L. at |her hrlt"sigu of headache or  jjsiJtU, a' ' Hamilton'�� Pil  lonelier l if- .' '���  ... ,,.���i   * .���  null  you Ti  ''^"Tt'ire'ui. Hamilton'h Pills and  "llu* li"��'��t y��u f''el n��t morning.  bill -1 grand appetite; enjoy  ,r lini'MHi and feel full of energy  "'"    to *<���"���*  upon. ,  ' v ���r fci.n!  won tastes ho good that you  lh.ni   ever   before   and,    of  grow stronger, ruddy, viva-  -liaVKiin^ with  energy  and  ��it >��<"'  fllWH.  fOCi-lla'aHl'  "('.''.'ii-l'l'" and  by  continuing  to  tone  titeiidn will notice the  im-  voiir cistern   with  'Dr.   Hamilton'*  I iv  tlie  sound foundation  of  jii-ove  up  v  V,i], ion ...-        .      _,.  Jrrai'iiwil K^1' ue{lHn-  1 There i- i"-1 medicine better for men,  ,��i.b -i-- tiiM'���* nothing for family  ^ ,11 ���, beneficial an Dr. Hamilton's  Si. oi M'milrnke and Bnttcxnut. To  , i �� II U-'-i. well, and f��;l well, usr,  % ||w.U.u'h Pill��, SlSe per box, at all  lilof-i'" ''''"' <:atarrbowne To, Kin*  (in' '    .  FASHIONS   AND  FANCIES  :ir��,  the  DLltlriG the pasl century, and particularly of lata ye.-i  uo period of dreas has excit"d more interest than I  one whicri was introduced a century ago to grace the  court oi the great Napoleon. Wl.'ther it i* that the reflection ol that brilliant reign lingers still oi that the salient  features of the costume are ot such (ouviucnig fascination  matters not. ���  Jn all probability a union ot lhe two causes is le'sponsiblc  lor the reluctance with winch Fashion rehncjuihlieu her hold  upon the Lmpire modes, once she has c-stabtishod them in oui  Midst, and the eagerness with whicn she resuscitates them  when oppoitnnily serves -  A new opportunily hn�� arisen now, for owing to the  caprice, of a great artist, who for a lender of the modes designed a scries of cvquwtQ toilettes a l'l-hnpire, tho fashion  for high waiHts and clinging Hkirts has been revived, anjil the  only question that remains to bo amniero'd is, How shall fhev  bo worn? For that they will hum t with a gotieral and leadv  acceptation  goes without saying        >r  -i  mode that demands no special eh yei uess and dexterity  should be put sid�� by side with it tbo fact that under these  Acts the landlords of Ireland had contributed a fair quota  of 410,000,000. , He eoold not help thinking that $10,000,000  ii year out of a Tental of $35,000,000 wan a colossal sacrifice,  and it had been exacted by the conscience of the nation from  the pockets of its most loyal subjects.   '  A resolution urging the continutnee of the Land Purchase  Act, wa." parsed , /  ���nXE,WOODEN  SHOE  TEADEt  IT ,��,..i-1 that in Prance wopdon^shoe.s  to tbe number of two million pairs  an turned out' oiieb -year. 'J's-oth  Kirhn ' tn ut** and hand-made shoes of  k,, inal In!"' >** tl10 Ftcvch industry.  Is Kf.nHi''" i�� he,d vhat '"i beht  .Mi.lin-'.'iiit'. am those mud** of maple.  I. tie nrdtinccn "c'vqry Pretieliwouian  l^i i pair oi the finer nabots fort"  ' ,,��� m���u;,I occjabi'miv. These show  BMOLT.i'r-11 and similar deaigns'carved  m tie iviipu, Jii3 they-a re kept ou the  fooi'liY orriinieuled leather, pieces over  tin? nib !' '''"i'" ,m'inu*'''Cture of these  'Utlwr picci's alio   forms an  important  ��d����i>y '"> i'i-'����e;- yj: ,-x i\,. ";  A'STOErSHOT'  'jl, yo��  i'decr,fbla7.ed at it hot, w  'liiHiu-tV clmrgo wont wide*, r "      "  But tho" ue failed U> gufdev tlie shot.  Ut 'in'"-!    He ihot'the guide!     i  "*l - *, "       L J  - -  ���  ! J"~  .\ J  y0���ii>l)rS"A  ?!ABETE5  ANOTHER GYR.OSCOPE MONORAIL SYSTEM  FUK a type .of railway that has' never yet been put to  practical commercial use, the gyroscope ihonorail sccintJ  to be doing pretty well. Bonides the Breunan and  f-cherl hysterns, both ot which have been dewinbcd in these  columns," there is now a third, the Schijowsky, bused on tlie  name principles, but tarried 'out differently. A reduced  mode), according to "ije Genie Civil "'(1'axi.s), has recently  been tested "with pucccss in London.1, Says this paper, as  (juoteil in "Cosmos" (Paris): t  "The sy-Htem has lijit one balancing gy ro.-cope, which is  earned on a,��,ort of bogie titick placed between two c.'u*.  T'he firtil car i-i a motor and carries a boiler furnishing steam  to the engines that drive the cai and to,fw> others on the  bogie, which together operate the gyroscope  , "Thoj gyroscope, which if at one end of_the bogie, is eon-  trolled directly by a small one cylinder steam engine' running  on a vertical a^is in a frame 'earned by members turning  about au a\is perpendicular to the direction of the track At  the other extremity of the, bogie is a heavy pendulum, sw,iu'g  mg about a pivot parallel U> the rail, and therefore hanging  sometimes to the right, sOnietitnes to the left, according to  the inclination ot the car Jts movement causes, b"y means  of a motor, connected to another small ,sf earn engine, a dis  placement of the gyroscope in the proper dirc'tfion tu main-  t.iin  equilibrium " ' ,     ��� ���  BAKING POWDER  Does not contain Almsa  1 w  ���\Vorms feed upon the  vitality of qhil l  dien and endanger fheir lives.   A siiilpSci  and   efl'eetive   cure   is   Mother   (Irayes"  Worm   Exterminate!   '*' '  CORDOVA' LEATHEE  ���I  ���v *Homc i  DYEING  1   -v      .   -l   1 i        ,  f.    I. rb�� w��y to  Save, Money  Press Well  '" l" - Try It I -  Simple ������ Washing'  with  Ii��!!:  JUST THINK Or IT I  DrtiUbol Coll on   Silk orMUtd Good* r*ri>cf1y  withth* <��� \.ML l>r*-��No chanc* of mlit*k��a     F*t>t  ted r  &  ,ed Bnutiful ( olori II cantk. from your DrugfUt or  ' lii S��m> foi C<.lor Card anJSrORYUookln 7*  Johnitin Ki<h*rd*oo C*> , LJmllrd.   Moctroal  DnMartersJemalePills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD ���  fiwtltiod ��rid r��uoniro��nd��l lor womto'i all I  ���niu,,�� n-ltntlBcvlly prepured remedy ol praito i  *wui. The- (niulta trom their u��e In (julck and !  "TOMKiit   for sale at all druir itor��.  7?   1  Keep "Dick  At His Best  H'--! rue you  tissue.lest song  ���n'y "hu i he's |n  "e P n�� of con-  ait.cn PV, hlm  ["���������, and keep  ��'m ll-s-e, by  leedi i j; hi.T- on  BROCK'S  Bird Seed  H= >' tajoy it  l"'-, thrive  ^'^r or, it look finer and sine  *'*,e" lhe seed itself is a scten-  '''--, r��"<ture- a perfectly balanced  c��a to- lonc-birds in this climate���  'id the     ���  in^its picentntioii raiely 'succeeds In'prod ui tug tlicseffect  achieved by one" that requno-s ju.st the right suttint*. >',  "^Tliq, Ihnpire'troik it, uioie exaeliugfthau-most, aii'lithcse,  who excite the grcatebt,nieedrof admirti'tion are the fortunate  bei'ngCto wlibui .f^higb-w^amted'corsage is bouoiiiiug naturally1  Thove to ,11110111 it^ ii> n'oCaieobligeci to\-o|itlive that it^shill  be.s The task is dtfllcult, but'bv' uo meunis impossible, save to  thohe whose moie than robust proportions, demand a Iqss tr)-  ing> scheme of attue. ,'  Xo J'ault is more'blame worth j, according to, the laws ol  diess, that! :i'choice ot'frock that makes ith weaier look  ridiculous, a cruel re\enge taken by the Umpire model to the  fullest extent upon those who err with their ejus "Open With  their-eyes opvu,' I may repeat, for the indiscretions of the  wrongly Wont thitpne toilette are absolutely obvious to those  who regard themselves in tlie looking glass with (he cold eyes  i of eiiticism. ,  Xevortheless, between the poles occupied by those who  could not possibli do bettor and those who could not possibly  do worse there are widely spreading realms in winch are to be  found vast numbers of adinirei.-. of the \ety potent tashion,  who may clothe themselves a I'Umpire with ei en, success,  pioiided wisdom attends then   choice.  The waist line must be high���that, is in essential characteristic of the stile���but it need uot be so higli as to imitate  the bodice of a baby's robe, though, to be sine, that wa- the  position it   issumi'duudet the regime ot the Kirst Kmpiri;  When she  abandons  the desne fo w.-ai   so \eri   tijing a  pattern, the  fhst step  has been  taken  by the mi tiny  ot   the  I Empire corsage towards ad-tpting it to her needs     She. need  l not. howiMT, give up tins silieut characteristic of the pretti \  , mode enlireh.    It will be quite appaieut it .indicated b\  some!  ' such  means as suggt^ted on this page. ' ,       .     ,  '  Hv the verv happy method of waring a Ino-d -i-h which ,  can be modelled m "such a manner that the hinge of the  natural vvn-t is suggested, and by mountine- the nlin\ outei  tabnc'th.it compo-es the diess, and which must be full, oxer  ���'ilttted silken sheath, two me ins are taken of securing tho  ine that goes iei\   fat towards uiiikini,' the' voj  Sf'Kri.MI-'NH ifi the leathers of Cordova, occasionally found'  among the hoard- of antiquarians, bear witness to the  rare art, ui ancient Spam. Cordova gai evus name to  the iir,st shoes made wholly of leather,,and from Cordova  came flu gnfTeW-di painted, and gilded hangings 01 tapestries  of the twelfth c enturvVf.ee n in the Alhambra and m amieiil  fialacei- 4  The leaf her- of '"ordoia were first boiled to a' (.ouditicin  of soft pliability..and then .woi'kcd in a''down different ways.  " Hoi led leathei '" js mentioned ni-a 4-ong 120v00(l versus li>n<(,  wnfteii��aboiit tlie y.n 1100. Having boiled their calf-skin  or sheep skin,, the ancient artisans teased its surface ,with n  sharp fcio),]ike an engraver's stylus, and, Iwmng given it; the?,1)a<1 hecn boru a /t"'t''"t relatiie of the  "���---���--   J*1 -.---.    ix...I I   r-  PP"  skin, not too fine or too thu k tci be-supple,  ^Modern   counterfeit'rs  of^ ,tlie  antique  product  lan   their  sharp tooljjike an engraier s stylus, and, haiing given it; tin  look of soffi-piled \eliet, thei stamped/or painted it., ant  used it iu dillerent oinaiuviitiii ways-. Then, .is now,,leather  workers preferrc��l  a   medium  quality" of,'calf skin'of sheep  THE   WAEM   SMILE   OF   FORTUNE  THE, death of little Viscount Chelsea  in l>ngbi|i(l provided one of those  strange changes m a, man's for  tut.es that, occur vety seldom. Lord  Chelsea d#ied four days after his uncle���  fhe Hon.'Gerald Cudocun���^iippearerl in  the llankiuptcy Court, ~Mi. CadogaK  then told the- oflicial il'ceiver that ho  had no expectations, as Imnkrnptcy ior-  feited rill iriterc-st m lus fat lier.'s cst  tatcs. so he'couJd make no definite pro'  pos.tls' to his crodityiS 'This w.��* on a  Moiidav, but on the following Friday  the llou, Gerald Cadogan found himsell  ViSconrtt Chelsea and tho lieii to an in  come- well over *CO0,o06 a'vear' '   1  Twenty f'dur'houis before he suceed-  c*d to the dukedom'of Portland the present holder or the title' was a haid-up  lieutenant  in a regimcift in India.    He  leather vyitb tannic acid and suniae, 'The tannic acid ffo used  is extracted'from t'he burk of certa:  tin sriccies of oak.  tanned liivith. acid   takes  all   coloi -.dves:- but sumao  Leather  gives a  hen master ot Welbeck, <kkI theie,were  seveial Healthy' lives between birn and  '^liii title. < Death,-howeiei,'removed in  rapid sU(]cession several pe'rsons who  stood between Tinii -and the title, and  irom a '.ipiiior officer he tosc to an Eng  ;race  that  t- j,  in    all     their'  Km-  when it was hist mtio  'dged with  iud the df\leiou-  rn l..  ihv   should  s  ���ire of Brock's Bird Treat In  "r' ���'���'���'''.age is a splendid bird tonic.  " D'c'i a chance to prove it���  i oi r -xpriiie.    Mail  us the coupon  ��=^. f Hed lii, and we will send you,  -,a   '* v frfe  one fu" S1ZC packac-e  01 Br-'1'    Bird Seed 33  0  NICHOLSON & BROCK  9 ' I Tr.ncit Street.    .    Toronto.  "'i'i-CTupon. pleasesondme 'ree  ' a-t --or obllcatton on my palt  ona  1 '"' - pa-kaje 0f B-oc). s Bird Seed  o  D  o  i elegance oi  I a succes- i,       , - , ,   i i  !        Iu some cases the sash is not a wise choice; but the fitted j  foundation always is. and so is the hugeiie that .s cut with,  the   obvet   of  givma   the  fifjute  the   sylphhke  always*   associated     with    classical    clinpene.  in inifc'station- ,,      i  If it   were lemeinbeied  by   all  who wish   to weal   I lie  one toilette to advantage that it wa  dueed, an evolution ot the robe classiqu", the thought would  be of assistance to main, and would nerve otlnns to give up  the bare idea  oi  ever making tbe  fashion then   own  The V'haped opening beneath the lace guimpe,  a mule u< ot lui. !>'>''- length to the bodice,  mingling ot  the Mngvai  blouse and the  l.mpiie   strange as it  m-iv   "eein.  and   to  some  people  nbsiiid--thongli  ' ant two old and lionornblc lashioiis be united .'-helps to bring  ! about  a   verv   harmonious i-flect  This |.   hi   excellent   oppoitnnitv    toi   iiieiit'eiiitig  the  tint   loosei   -leeves aie coining  into   1 islnon   and th  , the  autiiniii   novelties   in   ucikvieiii   th"  double   uiflle   one  up  s| Hiding   uid   the othei   tailing   below.  i- promi-ed  the  t.vog  li'don   a   putty   device  iie-ei\es  Sensible ol  the stiong link that exi-t- between the l.inpnc  'loeue and the , cr-elet,  the appeiuaiue  ot  the two is to sin  \l,roni-e. with  tin- .esult, that, to those who hud the  hi.ipne j  'toilette   unsuitable   toi   then   needs   the   coiselct   will   appeal  j  ,���,r ���ot   m   v mi      It   produces a   high waisted.   ispe, t, and   at  I lie  same time  define s  the i.atutal   waist   line  The toilette   ot  the coiselet per-uasion shown on tin- ]).igc  Ivet   tillumed  with  skunk  and   little  but  ot   old  ro-e mous-eline de  with   gold   lace      The   "-aeelul   vviv    in   which I  lac t I  iniong  is made  of   v uuet  tons.   Hid with  it  i- vvoin a lOisige  -on    d( C"i 'ted  the  piocit   nt   the |  '' i-i ���  waist  i  ehiev e  but  iiitiiiun   w uli  the   Cmpire  and  Km   even  when   i  louselv   (low ing  ud   cit    I'Mpiisitc Iv    oil     nicl    ntted  I Hi,   coiselet   i-   I c-ln.)iied   ibni  lieiiitilul ell.ct such  a  pattern cm  I lhe   hivcliv    ct   the    coisetieic's i-   i  pel m inent at) in  i a  -Imnld  be   it   its zenith   tins  ' ,-oi-elet   vogues m  fashion  , ioIk   i- wmn    it   need- tlie  i ol set-  to make ><  quite an  pl.ible  Y  at the  I lie ln-h Lii'downci-  i wenti    ve.iis   he   had  Effer-  vescen*  You can't enjoy  life with a torpid  liver. What then?  Take Abbey's Sail.  .    25c and COc, ,  Sold, everywhere.   '      __ ' 61  of   the niten  dvantage" of  .1- of In-h  these   con  -.REL-AND IS IN FINE CONDITION  S( (U \ I"   MlllPLinCS    piesidin  nig   in   Mubliii   ot  s.iTd   I ol    live    incl  ,���..-,   long sl.uggb   toi   the piotectio.i.  h"',"7 wHi^.;ud^X.-!an,l"''They hoped that they Were now  nccteil with laud ^ Jj^ , ,,r(!0 ^n,:,"t phases of-Irish land legis-  lithcv li.i'I been grappling,for the past forty  r who had been accustomed to walk about  now went about  it, he could not  immense .advance ititlie comfort  iud their dwelliu  lisli dukedom and vast wealths Usually,  a man wiio becomes a duke holds *?oiiip  othei title from hi* birth, but'so remote  woie the chances of his giace that he  ne-vot' even bore the prolix ,01". *' honor  ujjle."' '   ���"  >      ��  Tlie Duke of ITaiuiltpii almost rivals  the Dune Of Porflfind, fbr hu was a  lieutenant- in the lloyul Navy, and a  distant cousin of tlie pievious- bolder  of the litle��� wlien deafh and laciC-of  -"Ifoirs lifted' birn v at one bound to rthe  highest tank of English nobility- .When1  flie 'w'as bOin there seemed no earthly  jiosfiibility oi hia,.ever becoming a duke,  and hcj went into the navy to make,a  hying, and not to kill tunc  i "  Tt is seldom that four,'brothers sue  ceed one' another in a peerage.. But  this is what has happened in th'e case  of the Marquisate of Sligo The-heir  to the tif.l'e now is Lord Altamont, 'who  ���was bom in 1S5G, the son of the fourth  "son of the then Lord Sligo. . He was  thus fifth inB succession to the title,  but liis father's elder brothets were all  voting men, and the., odcls against his  ever succeeding were enormous." " He  -was plain Mr, Browne until* 1903; but  in that year hnjrfather succeeded and  he bCjcame, by couitesv, Earl of; Altamont at the age of 47. Fate ordained  that each of the other.brothers should  hold the title for r;i short time and die  without sons, and so the fourth brother  succeeded  at the age of 72 ,    v  'So much has been written of tbe ro  mantic lives of the Bail of i-eafield arid  Loid Egmont^that they must be tired.of  hearing about their exploits in search  of a livelihood before fortune changed  aud they became members of the House  of lands. Lord Seafield tried all sorts  of things���taimei-, sailor, lanchrnan. al  most every occupation open to human  beings; while Lord Egmont was not less  eiiterpusiitg. He was, imong other  tilings".! catetakei and a fireman. Oof-h  men are instances ���wheie fortune has  lifted them out of poieity md obsc-iiuty  nito comfort and  the peeiage  Temporary Heat Quickly  '       Did you ever stop  to.think of the many ways in Vhich a  perfect oijl heater is of value? , If you want to sleep with your window open in winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater  while you undress, at night, and then turn it off.   Apply a match  in the morning, when you'get out of  bed. and you have heat while you dress.  Those who have to eat an early  breafcfast before the stove'is~radrjting  heat can get immediate warmth from  an oil heater,- and then turn it off.  The girl who'practices on the piano  in-a cold room in the morning can  have warmth frpm an oil beater while  she plays, and then turn it off.  The member of ihe family who  has to walk the floor on a cold winter's night with a restless baby can get  temporary heat with an o'il heater, and  then turn it off.    The*  \ "i  pjERrECTiojj  JL>     of  reddish  ipm- ..ncl  sumac   dved  skin  I-  l.iintoii   to c oloi   dye's  I A-   iron   -pots   leathei,   the   tools   n-(,l   'iv    leatln i dcmratois  inniiil   meet   l.irc   "1   pnhsl e.l  Inass in   stt>(,|  Cnnv eiition. I '  -  bee n   engaged | THE   PLEASURE   OF   FISHES  NEW YORK  CULT WORSHIPS,  SATAN  YORK   now   has  its  little   cult  "Satamsts"  oi   " Diabolists''  ���worslnppei-   ot   evil,  oi   of   the  devil    Satan      Paris   has   known   them  tot  ceiituues.  Peihii  has probablv  several   coteries;   Loudon   posibly   one   or  two.     "Martinique   was   their   headquar-  tets   tn     this    hemisphere'  until   Mi>nt  Pole,e had its awful cataclysm and wiped  out St   Pierre aud its 2,"),000 souls     Hut  now- the cult has come to New  Yoik  Its coming has! not been heralded, of  cour-e No tnembei will admit hi- or  her membership The meeting place is  a seiiet, the membership not of lecord  There is no book ot the coterie���nofh  ing bnt a few spoken words will iden  tffv a membei. To keep'iu hiding is the  chief design of these stiange people who  piofesf to wen ship Lueitei. though in  tealitv then sttauge tites aie a mockery  '���Service-. * they call their legiilai  meetings. They are held in rooms ou  the loivei west side ot New York  Eieiytlnng is shiouded in the utmost  seciecv The meetings ire held late  at night nuclei the guise oi a secret  fraternal order But Lueil'ei to this  group is hailed a- the incarnation or all  that is really weith while, And to  blaspheme God and religion is then  delight Then form of "worship" is  simply an obscene trevestv of the sacred  iituaf ol" the ( liureh  Pedal it- devotees pi act ice the  ������ bl.u k" mass, ' or " mes-e lion, ' just  as n was practiced in Prance but m  a lnildei dcgiee It i- a ie\elation ��t  the depth- to which bl-isphemy en  sink, even   in -ue'li  an enlightened eoun  i til   a- the   I'nited   St ites      Their  creed  ' run-   i-  follows  '"lo   thee,   Lueifei.   '   nmseciite   mv  sell  with re-pect    love   and faith     'Hum  ���ut   the   Good   ot   Good,   mil   1   will   jno  mise to hale the. God of Lv il     Thou ait  the Spnit  ot  Tiulh  and   I   shall  foieier  hate   falsehood,    hvpociisv,   and    supei  stition       I'hoti, on   Lucifer,   irt   the  etet  n.il      light      and      I      foreswen      daik  Trill     in     th\      service     skill      I  -pend   mi   1'i-t   diop  ot   blood      rlo   tl.ee  I   give   uiv-ilr    oh   Luctter.   bodv     md  -oul      Oh,   l.ucifei. do   with  me  a-  thou  -eest   lit   to  g'onfv   tin   n ime       \c-eepi  mi    humble   pr.iver    tnd   -hed   thv    light  Liu itei  hud   me  >jERrECTio;  Smokeless  Absolutely smokeless and odorless    "  is invaluable in its capacity of quickly giving heat.    Apply a match and it is immediately at work.'  It.will burn for nine hours without refilling.    It is safe,   "  smokeless and odorless., It bas ii damper top and a cool handle.    An indicator  always shows the amount of oil in th'e font."^* '*     , ,  It has an automatic-locking flame spreader which  prevems"thel,  wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop  back so that the wick can be cleanediin an instant.     - ��� ��� "u "  The burner-body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be'^quickly   '  .unscrewed for^rewicking.     Finished in japan or nickel, strong, durable, well-  made, built lor service, and yet light and ornamental.       / ' "  Dealers Everywhere. ' If not al yours, turtle f r descriptive circular  to the nearest agency cf the  ,'V rl)  ,;4i  it  FOR   THAT NEW HOUSE  Scickeit Plaster Board <  1 ' ���f"1 r K       1 i i  I The Empire Brands of Walt Piaster,  ( v '        ������ "j rt >'       I .   '" '  f i "','"�����'��� ^'a ' M/injKAOTUBED ONLY BY, t  The Manitoba;-- Gypsum Co., Limited  1   <�� i j   ,'     '  l''-    WTJOTIPBO, MAM.   , , \   {I  ShiloWsGure  -���quickly slops  couijb.&. cures colds,   heals  tbcwthrocil nnd luDii*       ^    ��.-       25 cents  have    brought    cedeiitiuls    fiom    -some  foreign  "Church  of Satan  ���'We worship the devil," said one  who hides behind the title ot ''Vicar  of Uc'll," -'because we think there is  beauty in such woishiu We can find  none in the worship of God The God  we have read of with itis system of  I'lOitifications and sacrifices compels our  execiation, not oui adoiation. We  think He opposes beatitv love, hbeity.  happiness, and the "jov of living. God,  as the Bible teaches, favors a��cetisism  and denies all loy   of hie  ���'The Devil :s pagan He allows us  joy.' lie believes in delighting the  senses, lie is the verv embodiment of  the ideal of the Greeks  "Accoiding to the average church  member, what is beautiful.' what ap  peals to us, must be wiong.< We believe  in the god of evil, viho.tells us that  which is beautiful, that winch points  out what, is highest in oui desires, is  light, not wiong Is it not a logical  l eed J "'  ' Pills , for Nervous i Troubles.���The  stomach is ,tliea centrer of tho nervous  'system, and when the stomach suspends  healthy action th,e result is manifest in  disturbances of the nerves If allowed  to persist, neivous debility, a dangerous  ailment, may ensue. The first consideration is to. restore the stonnclnto proper  action, aud there, i- no icadicr remedy  for this than Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. Thousands can attest the virtue  of these pills ini curing nervous clis-  ordeis  HE  NEVER  TOLD  his lo\e.  HIS   LOVE  she met  hi in  at  lie ne\ ei  told  the  dooi  Vnd  told  lnm. that  so well lief ore,  She  said  she  was so  pleased  to  call.  And,  talking, took  Ins  hit and  hun  in   the  nidi.  he  nc ei   had  looked  lad  he  had  been  it  She"d  thought of   linn  all  tin    she  h is  teued to declaie:  She  led   hnn   to   c uouk   md   sat   tx���ide  him   there,  I She deftly -mouthed  his tie and tucked  one  corner  in,  \.nd    with    hei    little    hind    -h(     sulth  touched   Ins  i Inn  She   told   lnm..she    vias  d ii   in ike  his  mark  d   -ciiii  | A Household Medicine - I hev tli it  l .lie iccn. nutt'd "ith the steiling pio  perties of l)i Thomas riledne Oil n.  Ih^ tieatment of manv ail-iieiit- wcu.ld  net lie without it in the Iiousi It i-  ttuh a household uiedn ine and as n t-  efleetne in dealing with manv oidin.,i\  cuniidaint- it is cheape-i than i doc toi  sn /keep it it li'iiid, is the c ill tiv it  | in iv   c ome most   luiexnoc'edlv  Th  e   nook   in  their, own,  which  and di  thoy  nk,  sat  was  all  lie  found  her  in   his  arms  and  vow ing  to be  true,  Hi  never' tolc  needless to  his  oie���  she  made  't  , *.  i'  (.-W;  ffll  >]  T1I12Y weio not by any means brilliant exponents of tootball, but  -what they lacked in ability they  made up in earnestness. Peeling ran  high between the teams and some exciting incidents wetc witnessed during  the progiess of the game With only a  few- minutes to go, a perfect melee took  place in front or one of the goals, and  in the midst of the scramble a voice was  heard   calling-  "ITey1 Three or four of you fellows  get off, my face while [ blow the0v>histle  I 'm   the   refeiee' ''  OMCIC, when exploring a factory dis  tuct lor stoiy matetial, O Henry  nil iteel a bright little girl-to dine  witii lnm.. She accepted on condition  that she might bring a triend along  During dinnei the vwiter sought to make  his guests feel at case by resting his  Lnglish to the extent of using "'ain't  ami ''hadn't oughter,"' and a few other  mutilations of the mothei  tongue  He   sn\    'he   little   gnl   a   few    days  latei "'������mi  1   was awiul   mentiGed   thai   night,  she sud. "inn spoke so uiigrannu.itu-il  befcue in-   I tdi   11 icnd1  �� rrl  ��i��F-  :  i-iSR  ���  .   f  '       -i  mt\  vw  ���  31   :  ��:��  i  a'.*  i :i\  A Medical Need Supplied Win n i  medli ine i- tonnd "hit nut onlv nts  lljioil the sloitl.tc ll but l- -ei fe>ill['dsed  that ceil mi 'ngiedie uts nt it ;i iss mi  altered rhiough the stomach, tci find .n  ticii' in I lie bowil-. tli ������n there is avail  ible a ,>nrgitive iinl i di in-er ol giear  eUc-etiveness P.irinelee -      \ egetabte  Pills  a>e  of tin-   ehnactei    incl   are  tie  best  ot  all pills      Dining llie sens thu  the i   lwvc-  bee u   tu   u-e 1he\   luic e-t ib  l.shed    tl'i'iiin Iv i s    is   no   nthei    pill   Ins  done  J ���  "I  ;it, the'last.'pi  years.     I fa straiif;  this c-ouiitiv in the sev  ele'iiv that there had br  ��� |- the peopl  at ics  n an  '.Joint stock  env  anci^prosperityo,  ue- ,���-������,���- ���-l-0iOTOOOO jn .�� (lepostt.ed  banks showed an .  .. .a. -(t (       s���vi     s ,,;nlk, whic.,,  tmonWh1   00U.C00 deposited  in   1-881   -now showed  *05.0(��0,-  I!        an-in^ale of *r.0.'o00.000. or. LM4. per cent. .  '.. , ,   ,������'tiniial outcrv was  being made that i-.iig-  -N ovr, ���wl.��" <     ��"   *' ;  ! {(f- , ho em:uleipatioi, of Ireland  1"'1 "Hi rt����  tl.e  newspapers  were  floodec  slow   what the  contribution   of England   had  heqiier   and    Irish   expenditure  from   the  with   figures to  been   to   the   Irish  there  c  "t IIWWG   TZi:  and   a   fru-iid   had   -tioiled   on   tu a   budge  over the Ilao. when the former .observed  "Look  how  the minnows are darting about!     That  is  the  pleasure .ofdishes. "  ��� "Not. being a fish, .yourself,-': objected the friend, "how  can vou possiblv know in what: the pleasure' of fishes consists')." "��� '���;'���:    '    ���'.',���,.���.���. ",���'''.   ������������������  " And you not bi-ing I,'' retorted i,-|iwaiig-Tzc.',-'1  you  know that   1  (lo tiot  know?'".  To  which' the  friend   replied ' ���  "It'.'l, not being you, 'cannot know what you  follows I hat.voii, not being a fish, cannot know, in  pleasure of fishes consists." .  ���' Let us go back."' rejoined .t'.hwaiig Tzc, " tu vour original epieslion. . You ask nie how I know in vvhut the pleasure  of tishes consists. Well, 1 know that I am enjoying '.myself  over the Hao. and from this I infer that the fishes are enjoying themselves  in   it."  ' how can  know,   it  vvhiit. the  upon   mv    w iv Vnd   when.   ()  mi   la-t   houi   lOines.   thou   wilt  .calm   mil   without   feu   in   tenor,   n id\  I to   be   tt listened   to   thv   elorv    ot    t he  eternal  tin -  'lhe "postulant. ei poi-on desiniu-  ot eiitciiug the e-iiele inu-i iepe.it tin-  word for word. He--or sue���is heavily  vciled in black i" an ante-room, as  candidates, are similarly 'prepared who  enter legitimate? secret,, orders. .Then  the "postulant" is brought before the  "Cou tic il of Vicars o. Hell," who a reseated upon a dais-reaely to receive such  applicants for admission to the "Church  of. Satan" as have been' -proposed for  nienibership by one already initiated, or  ShxfahbCww  tnlrk!��   alalia conilaa.   CBMia  colda.   hralU  Slickly  ��<ap�� Cou��  ��� throat and Uuvda-  BS omntm. V   Y) I  -.ie-jMari-.^it!.ja-ry-<i.-scaj��.TM j. japua^->)E��caygisu^nB��BgMaciit^JS5TC^  TIIR "LEADER, 3IOYIK JMUTTS  COLmJ"BTA\  -\  fiuiiii  LEADEB;  -i^JOVSj,  P'blislu-ci in the in It rest of .the peorili?  of M ovie and Kast ICc c.Hmiy.  R .7. V.MYTJI. V' ULii,ili.it.        )  iiAii  ot   >ci^c^yi-r.os  rmo Year  ....    $2.00  Fri 1 DA' 1*, NO V.KM B Ii U i 8, 1'.) 10,  ,1, t ,<���  'A  e- *    -J  - I   o -  If    " il  .    ��**i^  .   J,:r"  ,'-c^  J  .) I 1  hrli.  i'4}  MS  1 I  AN ENCOURAGTNG REPORT,  _/_  ..  , 6 It is not often-that W. 11.  Aldridge, manager'of the Con-  solidaitrtl Compuiv, talks for  publication, bill when'.he h ji - j  "  duccd to make a statement  its  i t  ' carries    more' 'than' dfdhrary  weight.   ,rHe fc at'the head  of  ���   lhe biggest mining and smelt-  ,        1 I ,        '  ing concern m   the  province,  and he has always, been suc-  !' -' cessful iii'liis' ,iinclertnkings.  " V "He makes^: several' statements  in the-interview published o1;i  /the front 'page'-of"this issue  '.    Ahat are significant.  ���  ' He tells of the difficulty in  , -. finding a market for .even ' the  small amount of lead and sil-,  '   '-ver  produced1 at  the > smelter  -- ^    *     ,-���   '      i ���  when the first lead stack  was-  ,'built several, years .ago. Little  t; was consumed m Canada ,aud  , the larger part of the product  ''��� was sold in Japm, China  imd  i   r<.  '-   Australia.  \ Now  the  export  markets    have, been   steadily  "' withdrawn.from, and it is with  difficulty that-the, home/mar-  -       -��' i '        . II v ,1 !      -  ket is supplied.     This 'means  "���'   l',   r ' ' j*   l ' "   ,  "     that-as the population of Can-  - -        .     , <��� , '   ' - v c'  .    ada increases there   will   even  ' be,.a, greater 'market' than  at'  present'to* be supplied.^  ., '  JM.v.,   Aldridge-   also speaks  ��� i encouragingly of  the  mining  outlook.    Of the .properties of  'liis company the   Moll  son   appears   to   be  tlie  - promising", but the War Eagle  "and Iron   Mask   at   Rosslaud  ' continue to*sho\v up big bodies  , of ore and   are   proving  very  profitable.       The  Eureka - at  -'Sandon   is  a stead;/ shipper,  and the   Sullivan    at   Marys-  ville is turning  out  J 00   tons-  *a day.    He also says that the  St. Eugene mine at   Moyie  is  looking better than it has   for  some time.  All- these  statements  com  m  CHRISTMAS GIFT MAKING  "jT^S made very easy by a ���'RYRIE" Catalogue.     C.  You"'  --*--.    can purchase from this just as satisfactorily as "by visiting  our store in person.     Q.   We guarantee safe delivery���prepay  all postal and express charges���and refund'the money  if  the  goods ore not perfectly satisfactory.        (  i     '    ,   '  ,'. ,     *, ;   .CATALOGUE  F .  will   be   mailed  upon  request.      This contains  132  pages, io  colors, of Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, China,  Novelties,  ;, * I^VRliE BROS.,''LIfV!ITiED ".  Diamond  Merchants. Jewelers  and Silversmiths "-  134-136. .38  YONCE   ST..  TORONTO   *  JAS. RYRrE, Prwldent.  HARRY RYR1B, Sec-Trent."  -   '        '" &i ,       r''  ^aasa^aaagja,^^  What Ails You>  Do you -feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning,  "heart-burn," belching of gas, acid risings in throat after  ' eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells,  poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred  symptom* ?,i  ' if  you   faavs  any considerable   number  of  tbe  above symptoms you arc suffering from bilious*  nc-KS, torpid liier with indigestion, or dyspepsia.  ' Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made,  up of ,t'ic mo^t valuable medicinal principles ,  known to jiiodical science for tbe permanent  cure of socli atinormal conditions. It is a most  , efficient liver t'nvigorator. stomach tonic, boivcS  yegulator and nerve slrcngtiivner. ,  Tlie "Golden Mcdicnl T'lscoAcry" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum,  n full list,of it* ingredients beijtilj printed on its.bottlo-ivrapocr nnd uttered  '  vnder onth.    A <!attce"nt these will show that it contains no'nlcohol, or. liufm-  f jI bob:t-foi-mint Jiuj's. jit is n fluid extract made with pure,_ triple-refined  ' {.'ivcortne, of   p'.inor  strength, from the roots of   native   American   medical,  forjst p/ants.    \^o:'.d's Dispensary Medical Association, Ptops., Oufliilo, N. Y,  S* -WW vv^A/v<^<vvv<v**A��vv^��vsl<vw^^  --"-C*?**-.  ^  AVcmld y'ou lmve hc-xtc-r IumUIi,'   i,���>u   , ,���,    .  vialily,   ciitliusiaMU,    cih-ii-.v;   i.oul.)   ,���u   \-    ,"'  tiiiu-i llic- work, hem- f-un   tiiiru-   uKv ,.ll(1 ���    ,," 'r'  four times ;rs cjuioklv 'mil c-fTcrtivclv, ]K-   f,, lr   ' "^  as,well, li,i])]iy iiml '.ucccssful?  'IUiS  Tiie way of   tlie' explorer  certain iv hard.' '   - ',, , p  is   BUSINESS   LOCALS.  ,i  ���r~'  '','Canying coal- to ' New-  castle1' has been' an axiom" for  centuries.    But-we  have' ex-  FOR 11EXT���Nicely ftiruished  frotit room, with < f-Loye, with or  without board'. Applyi to Mrs.  Lpmer.'   '        ' . ,      ,"���"', ,"'  FOR HBNT���One 6f'the' Vest  it?  .. v , ,'eottnges in .town * at <$12 'a' month  imples closer to-home.,     Atf Ap'p)y to P: J. Smyth.    " "    '    -��  i "��� ��� ���   < '    t    . '  Mrs. L. Macdonald,, North Tavistock stioet, is jjrepared  to 'trim  IIOj 'Idaho,   there  is ^a   wood'  V *     i l f      "r ' J        "* ^  shortage,'.and,the people 'will  burn'*coul/this   winter.    -Yet  Ilo is near  one" of  tlie" finest  timber-   belts    in ' the -world.  A' '    5    -        ,    ''-   '  Oregon    with,-', its   unlimited  and * remodel  hats,  also 'f ur~ and  velvet tociues. ^  Miss L. Mi Seott, trained 'nurse  of jR>.ithwqIl Hospital,, Winnipeg,'  is   ready  i'or on'gtigements of any  kind.     ' Maternity    'a* speoialty."  territory 'suitable" for   poultry' Moyie.  raising imported^lOO-'carloads  oi eggs. ;s 'A can 'of salmon  costs ^as 'much" at .'New \Vest-  minster on tlxe-Eraser"river'as  itdqes in. Iftndon,,! England.  Oranges and other fruit grown  iny, -California -js.' every ^-ear-  shjpped.'to'England and 'made  up into marmalade:" iams and  preserves,and shipped back" to  Coliforhia,and served  ou 'the,  tables of the first  class   hotels'  ��� '      ' ���        c -     -     v *   *  ,  .at; fancy, prices.. But whv'  continue?,. The .number of  like instances'is almost with-  out limit.  Notice' is.liereby given that, .on  tho fl'rsc day, of December next;  application -ivil.ltllie made to the  Superintendent'of Provincial   Po-  v    -,t -', i     -       r  lice;for;tlie renewal of a* licence  nerof'TavUtoek street, overioolc- j for tho sale'ot liriuijr b'y' whole-'  ing the lake/! Will consider, a*JSaie in. ond^upon.^he premises  trade in real estate,,!Calgary^prop-   known 'as^The, .Moyie" Brewery'  FOU     SALE - A,' ��� six   roomed  house a'lclo'itbuildin'gj on   a   cor-  | ' Croup is most prevalent during  the dry cold weather of the early  winter months. I'cu-enls. of young  children should be prepared for ic.  All that is "needed fc ti r buttle'of  Chamberlain's Couph 11 em (id y.  Many mothers are never without  ic in their homes and it has never  disappointed' them. Sold by tho  Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.   ,   ./  Lame back comes on suddenly  and .is- extremely painful.' ' It is  caused by "rheumatism' of the,  muscle. .Quick relief is afForded  by applying-,. Chamberlain's Liniment! "Sold b'y the Moyie Drug"��fc  Stationery Co. - ' �� ^ "~  r2 <>'  ^  ���.--,��. LO. O. F.  -Afoots Tuesday evenings iii' tho  .Mineis'( Union .hall.    ^ Sojourniug  Odd Fellows cordially invited!  N. \V. limwip-r,   '    F. J.-SitVm,-,  '���,       'Noble Grand.      ,        Secr'y.,  liquor- ��zt; 1910  ' Section 19"  erty  preferred!     Write .-J.. Walters. BoxaSro, Calgary.  WATER- NOTICE/"  STotice is hereby^1 given tliat an' application, will be'maile. under Part V. of'  the "Water Act, 1905," to'obtaui a licence in.tlie Cran,brook<Water District."  (a.) Theciiamel adclres3>faiid occupation ro�� the applicaiit, ' Tercy iTlibmas  iraywood, Kanpher, Kitifrsgdte.'��� " - -  \ Cb-) '-fhe name of the .lake, stream  or source'[if linu'ainccl.^the description  i1?] spring; ou -15 bouiiclaiy of pre-emption 1230. ���'"     , "  (.c.)    The point of diveisioa: al Uie  ipring. '  (d.) The quantity of witer   applied  ht. l-Cu^oilu .LciUgo Nil. ;t7  ��� K. of p.; ;���  Meel? pv/ry TliorBday  1 %%ww bB" - ^s: r 'c'oV-k-- viS'--  ,r, *ij&>/, iting bretbrc-n weicomo  Ai!hejit.Gii.i. ^ '"      E. A.,Ilii.r;.  'Chuncellor Com.'      K. R/*&. ,'S  /riien "-ce that jour oii-rui.itiou is i>Vi Cm), u i<  liervc.are m order and fiillyyuppliul iUi'j, ,'���,"n[  Hint you are fic-c fio'u calm rli, he.ulic-ln n',')'"'  lioii..coiisiipaticiu, etc., th,il your sleep is Axii',! k" ,"  re/resliinic, and Uirxt you mc-in the mornmir v,,']"1  clear lioail and a itarngJieaU'iiiicl the tfov, ���- ,' ! "  nbuiiclc-in, eager to bUu tut Hie appon.lcd il.,,|,   /,"/'  HONEST; fTOEATMENT  A sure aiid permanent cure in all  diseases ot  men-Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins1  hydrocele, JBldod , and "Skm   i)iBordor-'  Sores, , Ulcers; y Kidney;' ' Bladder    anl  'Be'cta^disorders; and all   special* 'ailments t-0nr  'inon tb'meii.   '���   "        ''/,-'*,       -   , *    '   '  "Best Anatomy" Musemnyin the"ISffirtlnvcn  r;CON.SULTATlON pRKE  If j��-ou eui not come to Spokauefor froe c6nsnlt,it;otT <  writ�� U\v our frets booklet,        , '     ��� -V        , '  ���;    ,   ' " 1br...KELLEY,S.(MUSEUM-  '-��  210 Howard St      ''        '"���-'  "   ''Sl'OK.AXE.-Wftsi,     '  ^^��^/y|AA���^s^Al^>vsA>vyv/y^^  ���/n.;"-TIlE-"  .'-1 *-. .   .i,   i   r  ���K  situate'at Moyief-'P'/C., upon the  lands desci ibed as Lola 1, and. 5,*  BJock-iV'Moyie tpwnsiW.1 " ' * .'������  ' -.Dated"JatfrOctober,4910. / ',\ ."  ' -" -. M tfELLER,' Sy H^RSE,, "  %     .',',,       >,f   ���   i     .Applicants;  - &s&am^-3��&3SX��SEznzm^z^i  .Selkirk r.iiilijc,   No.'nfi  cf   A. If.   Jj   A. Hi.' .  Kegular  -meetings  ,'on , the  firsc." Wednesday   -/of     each  month/'       "(,'���"   ."-'j  Visiting',brethren welcome.  ��� ,*  ��� .'.'^"f.'Chopaiau/W.'JL '.-   '   ,-  . i    N.W..B'urdett, Secretary '*  '   'c ' ^ '    ,-   ��� , '  ^QyJ[e;wMiners;. Union  *  :"No.7'|'w:f, bf mC    l ;  Meetg.in 'Miners'" Union  Hall' ev-  ery - Saturday ^evening.    'Sojourning members are cordially invited  to attend. -      -,.-  ,"    -ft  Joe  McLaren'. '*.  v Jr President.  ���mm  Jl   -    ��'^W>/ V!.'    1  Lur^��4��amjilef;rO0m   in   connection  with lioupe'for coininercial mcii/Bcol  i - jV <    >    T  .  ,      <.       i -^ l- ,  o^u.���;cD^nnlbd��ltion,.���" <,s ',    '_��� j:>\       "-.'  *��� ,. Headquarters-for   Coin-      ' 'i>  ,.    j'-niercinl and.MiniugMen.'  -'        1" .    '     ^ V      ~! '^ I'       * '  JUTY   YOL'jt  Cigars''';,  Tobaccos ''.  QUEIEXS'Xvn?  *?-  \W0ZlE  JI���v  jr...'n;^jDf  -V-^7;^ DENTISTf. ,'.^v  Tile'"Expert. Crpwri ;and Bridge  ; \ ^'^ ���)*<��� vVorker.'v1 �����" \ ;t  \O.ificeover Mr. Short's- ",  Wall-'," ^ape1r\ . Storo.%.;  Armstrbng'Ave:,' -";,  /.Cranbrook'  3  C'pnfecfioner  >Vut'1'   "'7-RO.u - , ' '  ;,; LfK Stewart  i*'- < r  ��� ii**  James Roberts  , *     , '_   r      C ,  ''  -       Secretary  ing from a man of Mr. Al-  dridgfe's. stamp are most encouraging, and shows that the  outlook for mining in the  Kootenays is exceedingly  good. One of'the best features is the rapid growth of  the home market. That Can-  'ida is consuming all the lead  produced by the mines iu Uie  Kootenays is the best possible  evidence that the mining situation will continue to improve.  A rural po-tmaster in \Yis-  -ousiu died the other day at  -he a;��e of 95. lie attributed  i ���> loiiQC\it\ to the larne  ���i1 Jiiul of muhcilage lie had  absorbed',' during, his  years'in office.  who does things, and one  whose practical administration  of affairs has already brought  about wonderful material success for the province. But it  would -be a great mistake to  suppose that Premier Mc-  Bride is merely a materialist,  or that he finds his.chief gratification in reporting handsome  surpluses. There is another  side of Mr. McBride's character that is known only to those  who have enjoyed the privilege of his personal acquaintance, and to such he lias' revealed himself as a man of  ideals���one who at times  chafes at the restraint of routine administrative work, and  who finds his highest enjoyment in pondering gigantic  schemes, and mapjmig out a  future for his native province.  Mr. McBnde's favorite coin-  pniions are books, aud the  time he is able to snatch from  i busy public life to commune  vvith the best minds of (he  world is all too- short." -  fi  , Sj l^*-^C*.'&  water is to be used ["describe   s-inie] pre-   jgg2gr#'  einption   1230   on    the   Rist   bank   of   ��J  Movie River   about,  3   mile^   South   of  Car/on.  ,  ({>) Tlie parpost* for which the  v.atc-r is lo be used.' nngalnii.  (!i.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to lie irrigated, giving  aceiage: ' pre-emption 1230 about 160  acres. *  i' 0 ) Aiea. of Crown land intended  td be occupied by the proposed works:  none  [k.] This notice ivjs posted ' on1 thee  15th day of October, 1910,. and   application will be made to  cjle   Couiuiissiorier  ou Uie 2?n"d day of November, 1910  ft-J Giv e the n irees and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees  who or Mhos land-, are likely to be affected by tlie proposed -works, either  aluie or below Lhe outlet: none.  I'hRCV T. lavwoon,  I-Cmgsgatc. E.  C.  aaryey;' ��� McCarter ';'&  ^Barristers, Solicitora, Notariec/EtoA  Cranbrook; k - --- , B. - C.  It-AKKISTJin. sriuClTOH',  ETC.  oran'bjiook:.     , '.      b. c  SENDi'.YOUlf .WOKi^TO  TIIE  ,ft       1        !       i   ,1    ' . v        V        " [������"    * '     , '  l\    '-%.  -     J    ,"/S    ,      J' . -*..   U    \l-     l'-  ^LAUNDRY. -'  r   .   v   -o..   KELSON-s" *  -  All White'Labor.'  " '.Shamrock Creamery-Butter  ' ', ' ^Shamrock Leaf, L&& '  ,,   .-; -fi "Shamrock* Hams  '   c  ,     ,.,-  and      ,    ,  ,- ;."v '��� Imperator Bg'con "  i -   , i' y "     '  -  ���'jFor'sale^by 'all' 'first class!  gi-ocers aiidv ��� 'f  ib i j  --vMoyie;..:, -b/o.  Ltd  ��  The Royal Seal  cigar   lias been  before the smoking   public   for a  dozen yenrs."   It is made in Nelson   >  and    can    be    bought   in  nearly  every mouutain town.  Al the Churches.  many  Kiir.d Rasnusseu, a Dani?h  ���xplorer, now .comes, forward  ���md declares that Cook and,  'i'earvfcw-e both liars. That  ivtither .'of- ^cm 'was: within  100 niiles of the  north   p6k,  What   Bothered  Him  "Urowh has wired   me  to  send  him up some*" fishing tackle!"  "A nuisance, isn't itS"' .   ,  "No; that  isn't  it;   but  J.   can't  onieinHer    whether     he    favors  ���".'.;otoh or rye.".  METAL   MARKET.  \'i-:w York���liar silver, SO   eta;'  l-ead $-1.50.  X^om>o.\*----Lead. .CIO   7s (id   "  In thi? man's day-there was  little chance'for the chap \v*bo  started out m life ar, a workman with no special ttaimnjv.  He was foiddodmed, to work  for small wages until finally  'discin.iiified by old age. With'  ' YOlI it !.-> diffure'it. If you arc  not geltirg ahead as fast as you  should in your cliosen occupation, tlie t. C  S. will help you.  A record of over Hi ye.irs of  rein.irka'ole success in training  thousands of ambitious w?ge  earues.sfor belter positio"s and  mci eased earnings erables us  to slate positiveK- tl*at we can K  help yoc*, no matter how --cant jjO  jouriinie, .fr.ney, or education p  may be D'^n't' neglect any sg  posiiblu chances for .unance- S  meut. .Scud this coupon KOW. (S  ��� ^������^^���*�� ,����������*����������<.<\*  INTEKNAfiOl*.!. COR^lSoO'IDi-KCE SCHOOLS     I  Kox 790. BCRANTON. PA. ��  GEORGE 'C.' EGG,  Local Representative,  P. 0. BOX 30     -    FERNIE, B C  DR., F. B. MILES-   "  Dentist,  Cranbrook, * ''     . ��j,  c.  ��� '  Loave work with tlie    local agent  A. B. STEWART  George H Thompson,  1 Barrister,1   Solicitor  Notary Tujibio, A-c.  ORANBIiOOK,       BfiiiisH Columbia  catholic church  First Fridays. ^Morning prayer, communion at G a. m. JMass  and instruction at 8:30 a. in.  llosary, iustiaction and benediction of the blessed sacrament at  7:30 p. m.  Third Sundays. Mass and sermon 10 a. in. Sunday school al  "2:150 p. in. Jlosary, f-ortnon and  benediction of tho bles.-ed sacrament 7:'.>,Q p. in.  JIirillilUI'aT   CHLTHCH  iloining s-ei vice at 11 a." m. Sunday Hchool, .'3 p. m. Evening ser  vice. 7:30 p. hi/. A hearty m el-  come   extended   to all:' .  '��' G V.. J. W. M I LL.E-tt, ft., A. i 0.  '   '  !r. ���  (Pastor)1  * rii"ts<* rxplila wlthtrt.1 lurrner otnii*iti(jn on my pin,  -  * ho* I tin uualilj J *r   i   larger   sildiy tmj  *nh mce* *  <��� iii��*nt t-�� the. position |j*-fofc which I hivp mirkc 1 X    ��  A I Writer  Arc'i   Driltsnnn  S>n w Cird Writ-r  Stiuctural Ilnplncer  Vr iailow Trl nnicr  btructural Iiriltzmin  Civil Ser\Ic.  Hx-in s  O'litnctur cV Kulklcr  Ornatucntnl Ilt-stc-inr  r orcinin Ilurnhcr  Mrchit Icnl l'nifiiio ar  Civil IlnRlnccr  Mcchinlril lJriftcm��n  RU  Constructs line  I orciiitn 71 .chlnis.*-  Surveyor  ritrtrlcil I ni'ti (.<_i  Mining Hnclaccr  IJIcctrlcIin  Chrmlst  Tow* r St it Ion Suj t  Ilookkerper  \rchltcci  btcnoijriii liwr  W, R. BEATTY  ii i   *  Embalmer and Uudei taker,  Phone 9.       ' CRaNBKOOK  INTERNATIONAL   ,  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under new  management, and i& first class  ia every respecc  M. J.   BONNES, .  I'ltOI'RISTOK  Victoria Street. AIOYJJi.  STOl' AT Tab  'CQSIOPQUTAN  WllEX-IN  CRANBRGOK]  E. U. 3.11 ALl., Blanairti.  Good rooms, good   tnb'l"s'jin<) bar  and first class sample loom.-.  T.T. MeVItlKvC.K.,1'  JL. S.    IL.   V  I'urliOrjl   i:  McVITTIE & PARKER  Phovixciai, Land Survemxg  KAILWAV   As   MlMMi    J2.N01M'J4i:iXO  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  ,       - F0R  t ELECTRICAL" .SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such as house  fittings, lamps, shades or motor  boat supplies, spark plugs, cpils,  batteries, go to or write..  '  J.    H. RINGROSE  Stanley St. ^ELS'ON  O P. DESAULXJBR."  DKAU'K   IS  PKOMPT DELJVJJUY.  i  Q-ueens'A^e.      MOYJE  entiemen  * Name    * St & No .  �����  * City .  ��� ���-*������*.  P/r  ot.   Josepn's   Convent.  nj:i.son,b.c.' : '  jionrcling and Uiiy Scliool   eonclucl-  l ed- by Sisters of'St..'Joseph, Nelson,  C.    , Commercial   . and    business  courses,af' epeciaRy.'   Excellence, and  .      .       -.    ���   ..    ', . J swift,. nro'grPM-.'clmi-ftCtenize   each   de-  J'itKRHVTKitiAN    'ciiunorf. ' ipariiircin!..    1'ii'rpnf.ii- slio.nld   write  for.  Siornin'g' Service 1 L   a.   in.   8:iu ��� ! l,:irli<'u!:u'H-    One month  assures  the  day school and   Bible class ac  2.o()! Publ,c   of   'll0   i-horoughneas   of   the  If you want anything in the  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try  C. A. F00TE  I THE TArLOR  We carry iu stock the goods  to make an up-to-date" .suit  made in town, or ,wc can get  you .a special.', ordered : suit  maele to'your .measure. .\Ve  hnye.i-eacly-to-wear. Campbell's  clothing, the best made and  fitting clothing in Canada.' ,  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  I make a specialty of Postal Photo work." Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.  MISS FLORA DEAQON.  p.  p. in.     Evening Service at   7:,'I0  m.    A hearty welcome to all.  KEY. -C-. A.  UACKNEY, B. A!  ��� ���   " '  (Pastor)  Sisters', methods .pr torching. Terms  ornn.'n^nce:'.lutnunry, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during the  term.  e  Merchant Tailor  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  ColimiDi.i rrarlioii.il, Kootenai l"tnc-  tioii.il, I'.urton I'ract cinal, RuMliV l."Klc-  tioiial, D.-uh l-'ractioii.il, Jumbo Fractional, Dominion, Jlmcral claims, situate-  m the- 1-oit Steele Miniucr Ui\isioa of  Kasl Kootcnaj  Disti ic t.  Where located On the Ij.isl side- ot  T/Ohci  Jlmic L.-iUc- ;  T\KI{ NOTlCIi, that I, ..SUu vh G.  Ulaylock,' I-". M. C, No. . H29762, 'cicling  aii Agent.frir the Grtisolidaled IMiiiiug xvt  Siiifcllinir Co;., of Canada, lainiteil, vk-e  Miiiers 'Certificate; No...B29757,.,,infc-iid,  ���sixty days' from the date.hereof, to'apply  to Hie Mining Re-cordur for Certificates  of Improvemcntss for the purpose' of obtaining .Crown, Grants of tlie ' aboyo  claims.   ���  ���' '.'.-'  And further .takb notice that action,  under Section 37,' must bc coiiiii'ii.'ncci'j  '.'i.'(ca-e lhe issuance of such Certificate.s  of Iniprovenient.s.  Dafc-d this 28th day of September ��� A  'D.,,1910. .     I;   .  '  BLAIR  ' BUSINESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKANE,  A\ A.';i  is lhe best equipped lu:si"c s  i i K  the   northuct       M  n.    C.ui "' n.  dents c;r,v.cliil.ie f 10:11   oui    colli.  -  seahiiu       You can li ".  SHURTIIAM),  TYPinviiniM,  IJOOk'KI-.l'I'l.M.,  COMJirvRCI.Uv LAW  and i;et a geiiLial biisnitss"nai up  wc will secure .1   position foi   >ci.    .'  Canadian     or    an    Amine 111   '" -' "--  hoti-e.    AV'rite foi oiii   liciuldiilb    ' ���'  ti.iteclcjt dog     Sent fiec- upon   ici.h-  lii  .Movie' -H.pt  e*  ': ������ ���   .;. ���A^V'c'cV'sA**   .���  ��� P.R JOHNSTON Prop,  ���This hotel i.s ilc.-cv and,v,:e!l liinsii-'i-  The .tallies arc1 .supplied -1..1 ^'> -"'���'  best the: lnarki't ii'lTonis. The. !>:ir  is filled with/the-best bnii-"l="' ���'���"'  liquors and cigars.  ���  .(��� ITeadcjiiarfers f"1' ���  Commercial and Mining Men  MOYIOg.'     -". - ���-   -';-' - ]-'   ''%��� *"���'

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