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The Moyie Leader Nov 21, 1908

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Array >??*���:  ^ofo&i^tf*  - 5.O0QM  ���L BRANCHES J  v  : United Sijij I  ^anslsinJ  BRYSihEV.il  plocks;  irSi Cut gJ  �����t viih J  mane  M  dBAKI  *   * vij  C2W9��H*  ishef  e Ee-  ��� illed *  ndC;  vClAl  i-risusi ron  rjENIRS  ISON, Jeweler  ruiiooic.   '  - '*  i   /  MOYIE, B. Co'NOVEMUKU 2?, 1903.  GLASSES DO  i * f  IT'  W��  ILSCN, Opiicisn  CPANfJROOK.  YhAR  WE ARE,SOLE AGENTS  FOR  House   of Hpbberlin"  gnus much to those who are in need of a;  [eat and stylish up>-to-date SUIT before'  No'better'clothing is.put on the mar-  ��� Tho newest and be&t'can le had for the  ��� as'wliat yoi^' pay fpr,; sweat shop pro-  f Don't fail to see our  samples" arid , get  [irovercoa^.just as you want it.' '    ���,  FOR QUALITY  -5��33*&*����^.^S5&.'3i9����*5!*&93?.3"{��-  v�� . CI/  %        GENERAL FLOAT-       *  w : ��� .��� &  ' Afc Rossland- ore that assays  $370 the boa has been, found by  the diamond drill.  P. R. McDonald, of ,-Ro3sland,  has received his' appointment ,'as  a justice of the peace.    <  Next yeat-'d convention' of the  American Federation of Labor  will be held at Toronto. ���   ' ��� '  IVE  G^^GWYNNE,,-:-;:'  , _ ' ?      iu. �� 7 '    f  '7.  ' - (-' , '  T6ifeccqs,v\ Xonfectioftery  ;'</��� -rE.uiT,iEi.:c. 7 -;-; ,y  LOOK'  MOYIE A  iaI;el^r|!;I^elL:f.:'  \: Life :. and",-Accident Insurance.  A. -"7-7773;'3A;M0YIE,:B. C.  Spokane wiil not have a hockey  team this winter. The Canadian  game does, not seam to .flourish on  the American side.   .   '   ,       .  Plenty Ore in   Sight.  There is Said to be be mois ore  in sight in tha upper working  of the St., Eugene tb'tn- at any  time in the history of the mine,  aud' the lower levels 'are also  looking . better' than ever. Improvements, around, the ' mill  and the mine are" being constantly made. ',    ;'   '  8        LOCAL ASSAYS ,        f  30 tli, will  Kink Is Ready.  ive you,'tried an-'assortinent.of these,  I     ���" -'    ,     , -A',  f'7"   -   ,.-   ;      ��   '  li; is said that the < Consolidated  Mining, and Smelting'" Co. are  after the big Ivanhoe property at  Sandon, says' tha Kaslo Koofc-  enian.' " ,       , ' ' (  'r' , '     '        '    *  A rumor is current'in "Victoria  that'the C^P.' R. ,is'negotiating  for the ynrchase^of the, big Hill  diner Minnesota for use under the  C.'P.H. fiiig in -the trans-Pacific  tra.de. ���  I r c     tl  ,      r '  ;���  There is every, pro "pact of a gas  plant being installed in Fornie in  the near future; and;should it become an'established fact, ic will  be a valuable > acquisition to the  utilities'of the town.-       ~<?   ���   '���  '���' The big   skating/ risk'' on the  tailing'dump near'the St. Eugene  slime mill will be ready for use as  soon as freezing weather sets in?  Thr rink- will   bo   lighted' with  electricity^  ,and     good \ dressing  ', i  room accommodation will- ba pro-,  vided.'    .        ,' '-''.''   ,,  jou see in our. .window. All are nice and fresh  |is \-er.y low.^/^'good"'1 supply , of FALL A.ND'  .ES -ire wow- hi'/tock and ar.e priced .very-low1;  lered."   -   y-  >.:C,OME ArSP,'?SEE.US  '"   REbARDINQ>R.icES'  Having, increased its .cipifcal  from ' $100,000' to $500,000, "the  Hudson Ray Insurance Company,  in operation in Saskatchewan for  thrqe year, with headquarters,, at  Mooseja-w, has removed its liead  office to Vancouver.  ;        ,   .  Electric Lights.,'  Nearly alLthej polls for the new'  electric'  lighting system are up-  and  ready   for the^ wires to' be  strung.   The lights will1 be ready  to use on or shortly after Decern"  ber 1st.     _ :     , ,   ,    *  wife,    of  .Moyie  in  Met  At the" -Aurora:  ! 42SSf?3tSSiOE3SSS2��E3  >tff  hat about    tliat  pair  me  and .get   a 'good  Store.  of   rubbers?  pair  at the  99  Tha announcement is 'made at  'the C.<P. Ii.(office's - at .Vancouver  of the promotiou of Dalton O.  Ojlcman, 1 superintendent of-'^the  Kootenay division of the pi3tof  assistant Superintendent, of 'the  car service department with headquarters at Winnipeg.!  undei  ].yyy  Co-Pperative Association, Ltd  lavo your next  order for groceries *  h"us, and  it will_Receive  prompt .  tention.)  i *    l i*  union Goors.  A radical' ordianca is  consideration^ ' at Brfllingham.  This ordinance, demands that all  doors and windows be so arranged  that on Sundays and other d iys  on which the sa'oons are required  to close, auyoue may be able to  see the entire lixjr of' the har  room.  - t._G ood progress1 is being made on  the Aurora on the west side of  the lake. The. work "of iusfcalling  Lhe 'bjiler arid compressor ' is  going right aheid.. Tile'aff lira of  the company are ��� in excellent  shape.   '    .    ���   ' ,     ', -'  t '    t   ������"���-~~ I       ���* ���*  Peck Heard' FrornAA-  Monday,, November  be St. Andrew's Day.  : Mrs. llclavish arid siister, Clara  Whitehead, ���wei'e ' in Cranbrook  the first ef the week.',  W. J. Feltham, manager of the  Aurora property returned from  Rossland Tuesday.  J. II. Thomap, tuner for 'the  Mason  & Risch   piano company, i  was in town yesterday. .' j  ���   ~ 'i !  _J3rucs Attwood- and  Crp,ton, were visitors  tho first of the week.  i.     '     ' '        o  A son was born to.Mr.,and Mrs.  D. Calder ' last Sunday morning,. Nov. loth.'.,    "      ',   ,  " '  "Simon Peter and his Christ,"  will be the'sebjectat. the Methodist v church Sunday evening.  [Strangers welcomed. ,-,    -   "  "^t ' i  J. H.'Hawke has again signed,  contract'with Ha/dawood Co.;1 of  Spokane to handle' their icecream  for Qthe season of 190p. li  JL A. Beale was-up.from Cranbrook Wednesday attending to  some insurance matters. , '  i  ��� The real estate business is looking up in'Moyie.      ���,    u '    f  Dr. Hall, the dentist, announces  that he will agaiD be in' Moyie on--  TiiursdAy. November 20th.  Christmas goods will be opened  up in the, beginning of the we<sk  at .Campbell's.   '-'   ' fr -.  k   The regular weekly   dance   was  C$JI   in   and    ?co   our stock  of,  Stoves'aiid'Kangos.^ "\\'o   have   a  fine line for wood or   coal,  ing in price from ��3.GO up.  ranir-  acEachern' & Macdonald  , 7J. tPeck MicS.wain   arrived -in  the citydasfc Friday,' too" date, to,ilielJ iu-'Morley hall last^night  vote, as he ���had'i..been~"delay��d'=in  transmission. - -   Pe-jk   . ���was'a r ohi t Moyie yesterday,  crutches,'*'the   result- -of-a J}''fall    ��� n' ') , 7     A-   ,*  in LFerhie, and ''resembled a'-_de  -^nj.   Albert    Gamble '.returned'   to  Ghristmas'goods are arriving at  e "I l "'i-'-i u - ��� i_* i ''A>j|fch8 Moyie. Drug cfc i Stationary  feated candidate when he greeted r .'C . ^ J , . - n -,--%��� r.  . . . ,i        i   v %. .     ,,'.,���>' -j'-r- -<-  - score.- "   7-       *~ -,    ���  hisr7many   friends - upon^Coppeo <   v.-,. ." <" .   ,-���   ��� a      'cl   ��� ;-A  street.1���Greenwood Ledge,  MEN..  MOYIE'S   .LEADING    HOTEL. -        ' ��.  tie! Kootenay f  , The best of accommodations      * |  for the Traveling Public.      '��� |  1 Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms. ��.  cTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. |  ���  We have what you need in WOOL GOODS for  |advancing season, including fascinators, wool  | erskirif, shawl, toques   underwear and gloves.  lese goods are direct from tho mills and arc the  "���""���'SMES-sL fads,  and of  excellent quality.    Call and  Nelson is to ' have, a iflSjOOO  skating rink. It is to be built on  the Hall mines road back of the  ear barns aud the ice surface is to  be 180 feet longtby SO feet wide,-  which will be the largest in the  province. The building, which  can, of rcourse, b3 r utilized for  other purposes than hockey,- will  have a board floor and there will  be galleries around the. sides and  a large grand stand at the end so  as to accomodate the crowds.  New Sidewalks.^.,-  .   A      ' ^-\ K  to.    a"  Moyie's", streets are - being  greatly improved in appearance  by the .laying of new sidewalks,  and   the  tearing  out  of  the .old'spending  ,_ "Jimmy"-- Ro3sa, for several  years headiJ'of the Italian coal  shovelers' brigade at the concentrator, left last week on-.a,trip  to Italy. ,  Edward and Georgie "Desaulnier  left for Montreal this  week, after  the  summer  in Jfoyie.  , The "multitude were fed at Mor-  ley hall" last; Monday   afternoon  and   evening,  and   'then came 'a  concert   which   was    thoroughly  'enjoyed by everyoue. '���'It was the  regular    ���( anniversary     .celebration of the Methodist church, and  it surpissed in  every   way, those  of former .years.    The  affair was  well  patronized,   and   fiuanciall}1-  the treasury of  the church   -was  considerably   enriched.    .Following is tlie program  of    the   concert:   "   ' j''/' ''  ' 1,  , Chairman's address���Rev. W.  I'L. Hall, B.7A,B. D.'- -   v..  Song���Jlr. Thos.  Sowerbutts.  Recitation���Harold Walfcers,  Mandolin Solo���Mr. L%wsoa,  New York���Rar silver, 52 ct��.  Lead $4.75.      n     Copper, 13 cts.  London-���Lead, ��13, Ss 9d  Atlas Z.ssuraiiC3 Co:  2  3  ���I  o  Shortly after Abe Fernie fire   a  rumor circulated   throughout chi,  country ,to   the   effect  that   th'-*  above  company  would'Aeoudiat-i  its.Losses.'as there appeared a condition   in   thair   , policies , ivhic- i  staged that"the'contract exclude I  liability from bush or foie-jt fire.-,.  As, experience    has   proved   th s  above company waived the  condition in this case.   All agent3  of  the company have   how boeu iu-��  struefced   to   entirely  caneal .th.j^  clause, and  their policies are uo��v  Recitation���Mr.   D.   MacDon-1 cherefore, free ,from   ttis  resfcric-  rotten   walks,   which,, were   such  an eyesore to the town.  Official Kesult Dec. 1st.  The Society Women.  srial Bank of Canada.  *|*sfePlta1.' Au thorized���������  ^?53 :*.l*pital paid up������-���---  ijl$'  ������'$10,000,000.  .-.������.1,925,000.  t'''. '*��??��t-A ���'��� ���.���-4,925.000.  Savings bank .^department..'.���  '^iWSg?t allowed on deposits from  date   of   deposits   and  W^ auarterly. I  ��� r.9$t?-BROOK BRANCH.  J. F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  When God gives a man a wife  and six children He has done a  great deal for a fellow. Rut wheu  He gives him a society woman  and a poodle dog He has done him  up. These society women look  upon children as a nuisance. I  liave had somo of these society  women shake hands with me and  T must say T would as leave shake  hands with a dead fish till. I  wouldn't give ono sock-darning  women for all the society women  iu tho country. .Between cutting  off tho top of their dresses for the  ball room, and tho bottom for the  beyiele, these society women will  soon have no clothes loft. A in m  said to a society worn iu: "I hope  to see more os you." She then  said: "Come to the ball tonight."  Some people say that I" shouldn't  talk this way before a mixed audience. You older sisters wear high  collars arouud your necks���they  are modest and conioly, but do-  liver me from the society women  who button their callars around,  their waists.���Sam Jones.        ,    ,  ��59993Q&����9*9&&9��9!y3&393>&39��Qt9999��>W>3>��*��  During the visit of. Dr. AV. J.  Harvey you can secure the services of one of Canada's leading  Eye Sight Speaialists without the  inconvenience or expense of visiting one of the? eastern cities.  Consult him at. Moyie, one day  only; Monday, Nov. 23rd, Hotel  Kooenay.  Daily News:��� The ballot boxes  in connection with the recent  Dominion election in - Kootenay  are ' coming in rather . slowly.  John Keen, returning officer, says  that not half of" them have been  received so far. ,It will b'e some  timeyefc before they are all" to  hand. The ones from ^the big  bend of the Columbia   river   will  o  doubtle.ss be the- latest to come  in. Jlr. Keen will declare the result on Tuesday, December 1st..  Catholic Church,  Tonight service at 7.30. Rosary, Benediction. Reverend  Father W. F. McCulIough will be  at tho disposition of the people  all day and evening.  Sunday 22nd. Low mass at 8  o'clock. High mass at 10 o'clock  Sermon and goneral communion.  Rlessing and erection of a beautiful "Mission Crucifix." Papal  Blessing. Closing of the "Retreat." Everybody is welcome.  Tho Reverend Father will leave  for Cranbrook "on tho afternoon  train, and will open an eight day  retreat there.  When you think of  Building, think   of  The Moyie contractors  and builders.  CALL   AND   GET  .ESTIMATES  Both made a host of friends while  in Jloyie.j  Did you see that new sign,  "Jlbyie R.ikery?" well it's a sure  sign that you can get something  fresh thero in the . bakery line  every day.  Dr. Coffin is taking a 10 days'  vacation, whicli, he is spending  duck shooting on Coeur d'Alene  lake in Idaho. Dri Mercer of  Cranbrook is looking , after his  practice.  Special winter tweed hats with  fur bands for men, H,t Campbell's.  LOST���Au umbrella at the  Methodist social Monday night.  Finder will please leave same at  thisoftiee.  The members of tho  Presbyterian church will hold,, an  anniversary celebration about December  15ih.  Presbyterian church. Service  on Sunday eveniug afc 7:30. Subject, "The Jfission of Christ."  Mrs. JrcDougall will sing. All are  cordially invited to attend.  Thirty thousand persons in the  Dominion of Canada alone will  testify to tho benefits derived  from wearing spectacles prescribed by Dr. Ilarvey. Consult  him next Monday while in Jloyie.  At Hotel Kootenay.  Win. E. Schwanz, of Vancouver i3 now employed iu E. A.  Hill's store, and will remain in  Jidyie during the winter. A. S.  Roberts, who formerly held the  position, is taking a ^vacation,  and ia afc present in Nelson.  '.''���Arrangements' have been conA  pletod by which during Dr. Harvey's visit you will hejable to secure the services of due of Canada's leading Eye Specialists and  the most accurately ground and  adjusted glasses for less money  thau is usually paid for inferior  corrections. _ Consult him at  Moyie Monday, Nov. 23rd. Hotel j  Kootenay. ~  aid,  Solo���Mrs. Geo Wright,'  Address���Rev. Thos. Pa ten A  Solo���Mrs. Patrequin.  Recitation���Rev. R. E. Colli?.  Mandolin Solo���Mr. Lawson.  Solo���Mr. Sowerbutts. '  The committee  in charge wish  to thank most heartily  all   those  who   very  kindly   assisted   with  both   the supper   and   entertainment    to    make    the festival   a  success.  J fcion*as to bush or fcjrest Rras.  6  7.  lS  9  10  11  Good Church Work.  Lord Sholto.  Lord Sholto ' Dougla=, the  youngest son of the Marquis of  Queensberry,'is confined in jail at  Nelson, awaiting trial ou the  charge of shooting a man who refused to leave his house when requested to do so. Eleven years  since Lord Sholto gained considerable notriety in Bikersfield, Cal.,  by marrying a vaudeville actress.  A year or two since be settled  down near Croston for the purpose of leading the quit life of a  farmer, but he is once again in the  limelight, anel he much dislikes  notriety. ���Rossland Miner.  The decoration of the  Catholic  church,  which  the  ladies  of th i  parish undertook  in  preperatio i  for   the   mission,    reflects    much  credit on their artistic sense.    Tlin  procuring of a beautiful sanctuary  carpet from the  proceeds  of  the*  recent concert   and   social    add i  much to the interior appointment:  of   the   church.    The  altar    and  sanctuary were tastefully adorned  wifch potted plants and evergreen  wreaths.    The attendance   at thu.  various exercises of the "'retreat'"  have been quite gratifying to thw  pastor, the   Rev.   Father  Clioine':,  who is pleased that the   parishioners have0loyally  corresponded   t >  the earuesfc appeals of the missionary to renewal of Catholic life.  Town Christmas Tr39.  Miners' Union Ball.  There will be a town Christmas  tree and entertainment in M-.yiJ  this year, closely following after  the ill m adopted hiss year  While the members of ch-j different; churches Hi--* tlu pt-omnttM c  of the affair it will be stiic^y ncn-  sectaiLin.  The Moyie Miners' Union are  making preparation for the giving  of their ninefch annual ball. This  year it will be hold on the evening of Friday, December 11 th.  It is in the hands of the following  committee: Mike Torpy, J. A. 15.  MacDonaid, Joe McLaren, Herb [J- C-  Jackson, Thos. E. Kelly and Albert Gill. Arrangement-* have  been m uie to have tho supper  served at both the Internationa1,  and the Cosmopolitan hotels.  The price,of the tickets will be  the same as former yearo; .$2.00.  NOT I J.U  TO WHOM IT   MAX   COSCKliS.  TAKE NOTCIE that the   pait-  KOTICE.  Notice is licrebs" given thntat tho aspiration  oi 3Uiltivs I intend to apply to tlie Moyie   Water j  Co.I.tcl.. lor a duplicate eertiticiiU; of Xo-!>   f.-r  10 shares; So. IS for 201 Auics; :io. 100 for 'Sis  shiii'wu.  \V. L. liEIU,  DaU'i!. XuV. ltitli, 190S.  nership herptofoie canied ou by  needier E. Taylor, "William Kyddt  Patrick Head ivnd William tiiuh*  van, as hotel keepers afc Mc>y"n ,  has dissolved be the said  William Sullivan retiiing froi.i  said partnership, tbe same being  continued by the remaining parties above named.  AND TAKE NOTICE that th  said Beecher E. Taylor, William-  Kychl aiid Patrick Head, the c-n.--  fciiiuing partner?, will not ' be liable for any debts or obligations  inciiiiired by-the said William Su;-  livau on behalf of said pttr.tneir  ship after the da.e hereinafter  mentioned.  DATED   at  Moyie   this  2nd   day  November,  AID. 100b'.  I   -'  'J AA   ,..'  - "i       i I  ��� ��� ;���;'  f I  * v ',  l'i'  ,-' ' .1  ('   ' 1 J- *  '   -r   * ''   I ���  h "���> -I  . -s- .  <-;''ja  ' i, ���'   Av'"  -v    >n��   WA  ��    A5A\'��  ,.'i  '. A* w  -    \f ii,     ' Ji"?  *   I >       t   *��� J*  ?k yn  ,��� A" *   i. I  ;Ai"'f-i  11 i/  ��� A* A  A...  ���. A?  ���7 "/A  '';��>  ' ifi|  'X\  'it  ���. 'vt  \ -. !  ,   '.''A    , r -.'ii  1.1W .     I      '     V  *'. ...     t\,\. ^  *���      tf     I.  1       l^1  .- y ��� fri  ; x A   -,!  \A  - �� yy-'M  .; ��  'ii'sM  ', 5(r**-i \aM  A"     i'^'il  '   i.     I AA-il  ,,,1 Qj   I ty.." (I  .t,    �� , ., 'vt!j  V tc   .'i.iiASI  ' '.732 av-*ia  A'     hrf'i  1   r> i -fvAi-  V'J"  ':7a  i" r  'Ml  :a8A-  i'?��S"  7&3  iBy  M%."'  my  ������^������:i 3-W,' 1,'U-Yi  Ia>^ ^ A  ��:f;7)'^:  7rffe'^'A-iirS-4  ,&V ?iu4a'-<> ts  iW At,KA,',#- <  MASAI   KA-VV  0wHhm  0!  "But,   say,   there's   a  man   in  here   camp."  CHAPTER VI.  "W  HO'S your new shift boss?"  Glenister   inquired   of   his  partner a  few  days  later,  intlicatins' a- man In tlie cut  busied   in   sctt'ng   a   line   of  m&mMwy  iPTO'  (Continued.1  "Don't tall: tliat way." she interrupt-  ul coldly.    "I don't cm re io hear it."  ".So" here, wh<u makes you shut me  o'.u and wrap yourself up in your  haughtiness? i"m sorry for what I did  that night. I've told you so repeatedly., I've wrung my soul for that act  till there's nothing left but repentance.''  "It is not tliat," she said slowly. "1  have been thinking it over during the  past month, and now that I���have gained an 'insight into -this life I see that  it wasn't an unnatural thing,for,you  lo do. It's terrible'to think or, but it's  true. I don't mean that it was pardonable," she continued quickly, "for it  wasn't, and I hate you when I think  about It, but I suppose 1 put myself  into a position' to invite such actions.  below:  sluices.  "That's old Slapjack Simins. friend  i)( mine froni up Dawson way."  I G'.en'-'ter laughed immoderately, for  the object was unusually tall and loose  jointed and wore a soiled suit of yellow  maekinnw. , He had laid off his coat,  and now the, baggy, bilious' trousers  hung precariously from his angular  shoulders by suspenders of alarming  frailly. Hi* legs were lost in gum  boots, also loose and cavernous, and  his entire costume looked relaxed apd  dapping, so that he gave the impression of being able lo shake himself out  of his raiment aud to rise like a burlesque Aphrotljter His face was overgrown with a grizzled tangle that  looked as though it had been trimmed  with buttonhole scissors,' while above  tin-* brush heap grandly soared a shiny,  domelike bead.. '���    ,  "lias he always been bald?"      '  '"XaW!    He  ain't   bald  at   all.     no  shaves bis nob.    In the' early clays he  wore a  long flowiu" inane which ���was  CONSUMPTION'S  STARTING POINT  CHURCHILL���A PROPHESY.  wind-  ached under It as must have ached tbe  heroic Slapjack under the chill of the  melting snow. He was relieved quickly, however, and emerged triumphant,  though blue and puckered, his (wilder- J _   oess of whiskers streaming Uie limber    [jes in Weak   Watery Blood���Dr.  stalactites, bis  boots  loosely "ssfnish- ���     .... ,.        , n'.  .   n.���   ii  i    iu  ing.- while oaths still poured from him J   Wuhams' Pink Pills Make the  iii such profusiou that Dextry whis- j Blood Rich and Red.  pered:        , f    P,loodl?s*i>ess  I- ih��-  ^.'i!"-'  point i ' 1900.  "Ain't he a  ring tailed wonder?   It's, of  consumption       W'A'n   vour  blood   fJut ]o,  a  ma<rjc touch  now  Changes'  reverent the wav he   i�� thin and watery > out whole health ,        aj.;  j declines.    Vour fac  ���.���i-i"- pale. i'our , yi5li sleeper stir* at un arousing call.  appetite  fails  aikPA'iir ht\ut jump* j y^~ Q,,pell's awake, joyous and undis-  1903.  Lonely,    unknown,   remote  swept  plain; ,  A mighty m'er sweeping to the��m.  Here on this empty uraiid a Northern  Queen  THE FREAKISH WIND.  Pranks   It  Has   Played   With  Smoke,  Dust  and   Grain.  During a  volcanic eruption'In  the  No;  I'm  sufficiently   broadniinded  not j inhabited   by crickets,  tree  toads and  plumb solemn an  makes them untamed cuss words sit  up an' besr. It's a privilege to be present   That's a gift, that is." ,  "You'd better get some dry clothes,"  they suggested, and'Slapjaek proceeded o few paces toward the tents, hobbling as though treading on pounded  glass.  'AOw-wr'.he yelled. "These blasted  boots is full of gravel." '    ,  He seated himself'and tugged at his  foot till lhe' boot came away with a  sucking sound; then, instead of emptying the accumulation at random, he  poured the contents iutb Dextry's empty gold pan, rinsing, it out carefully.  The other boot he emptied likewise.  They held a surprising amount of se'di-,  jment, because the stream that had j  emerged from the crackf,in. the sluices  and flutters at tli" !*"*���=* ;*'lllon or  excitement. You mc always weak  und vrcteliodAii.il lo-e lineres^ m  everything. 'Tin- is the point lrom  which you may,easily tU'P i��t�� lllat  hopeless, decline.' that leud.-. to consumption 'and the grave. ,'lt Ji"  actually needed lo bnna back health  and strength and encrsry i-i the new  lich blood Dr. Willmms' Pink Pills  actually make.' In all tlie world  there is no other tonic, medicine like  k    and  maved.  She r<*'igns. The line oi railroad ��  surveyed!  1010.     '    ' -I  Too busy to write rjiymes. with hustling "gait    ,  The post's dealing now in real estate;  The railroad's built, and there's no  tune to write*,   ' -   ,  When lots' in-Churchill double',over  night. ~"~"   '    '  them,   and  all  who  f.vl    weal  easily-tired  should t.tl:<- these    Pills      ' 1911.  at, 'on'ce, and ,reg,uu n-w health.   '        A hundred vessels in the harbor ride;  Miss Atla 'Burki's    The Kange,    N\   a   golden  Hood   goes, out  with  eyery  B., says:���"I Ac.j ili.d   I. cannot say j        tide;    , -1 ,     -     -  too much  in 'favor of   "r.  Williams' j And while the slnps go groaning 'cross  Pink   Pills.' -In   .ManAi   1007,   I   was j     �� the, bar.  attacked with, \ehe.i.|>nu' cough whicli  i clung to me foi  -ev. ial muntlis, aim  'mwmw;s  . tf   i i     ���tf, $&tK^*'1'![yJ*r     '  - c,     �� i    i>     Jaf��"��'" 'AC.-it'isiJi   ,  such fauna. It got to he a hobby with  him finally, ?o that he growecfejSupersti-  tious about goin' uncu'rried and would.  ;back < inlo a corner with both guns  lira wed if a barber came near him.  But once Hank���that's his real name���"  undertook fo fry some slapjacks and in  givin' the skillet ,a heave, the dough lit  among his forest primeval, jest back  of his fears, soft side down. Hank polluted the gulch with latigwidge .whlcb  uo,mau had'ought to keep in himself  without it was fumigated. Disreppita-  bleness oozed oht through him like  sweat through an ice pitcher, an'.'since  then. he's been known as Slapjack  |Jitnms an', has kept his head shingled  smooth as a,gun bar'l. lie's a good  miner, though. Ain't none better���au'  square as a' die."'' ��� ������   ,  Sluicing   had   begun   on,,'the   Midas.'  Long sinuous  lengths of canvas .liose  -i     &WMW%Wk  > - - ��i&i#s7i  r^ .^(Wiw^'1  1 -n- mfswpy ^  i -pj'  lsr��"Vi "^ ?7^T'    3  Mwiyy% <  t>.0y^3  mr  WhmmiMi)  SifS^;/1  -|i;S?'4^*i  mi��',''.7f?(  .ci'^ i*'fr is, A'*  ���tek^4^7A*.  y%ym$.y  ��fK;% % y^i\ ,���-  k .tv..>l - Ai  -A\:  "���'����V  maH"  Aa  ,     1 **  fficl  1 J, "  yy  .  1^  v i  A**  ;l'7?#a7  ���iiar'H':  :%SA  7!337?i:.:7^^iv.  ���f-7S.x^f^--:-^A--7  f^WAipAA  ..|aS.AaA:a-AA  wyy^yy  ���ry AiA.::6.iAAA"fi- ���  ('���!5p3|7^i.  |A.;A-.'5A7 7��  A77AAAAJI/7-.-  . 'myymy  fvyy'iAy, -���  A'-7^  ��� >.'i-':\';i:.  tiAA-AAA  to blame you unreasonably, and I think  I could like you jn spite of It. just for  , what you have done for me.    6nt that  'Isn't all.    There is  something deeper!  Vou saved my life,- and  I'm grateful,  but  you, frighten   me, always.     It  is  ; tlie  cruelty   in   your,, strength,     lt  is  - something away  back   ia  you���lustful  and ferocious' and wild aud crouchiiig.",  i'    lie smiled wryly.  "It is'my local color maybe, absorbed  from this country.    I'll try to change,  though,  if you* want me to.     I'll let  them  rope and throw and, brand  me.  I'll take on I'tlie graces of civilization  and  put away  revenge  and  ambition  and all the rest of it if it will make  you'like me'any better.' Why, I'll even  promise' not to violate  the  person of  our claim juniper if I,catch him. and  heaven  knows that means  that Samson has parted witb"hls locks." '  '''I think, li could like you if. you did,"  ���   she said, "but you can't do it,   1'ou are  ',a..savage.',' a    ,   .  �� * * ���,* * * d\  There are no clubs nor marts where  ' men foregather ' for, business in the  north���nothing'but the saloon; and this  Is all and more than a,club. Here men  congregate to drink, to gamble and to  traffic- ...  It  was   late   In   the  evening   wheu  Glenister   entered   (lie   Nortliern   and  "' passed  idly do.wn  the row "of games,  pausing at the crap  table,' where ho  rolled, the dice  when  his   turn  came.  Moving lo the roulette wheel, he', lost a  stack of whites, but at the faro "lay-,,  out" his luck was*better, and he won a  gold coin on (he .high card,, whereupon  (  ho promptly ordered a round of drink's  .for,the men grouped about him, a formality always -precedent to overtures  i of general friendship.        <���  As he paused, glass in hand,'his eyes  were drawn'to a man who'stood close  by, talking earnestly.'   The aspect of  the stranger challenged notice,-; for he  stood high above''hia companions, with  a peculiar grace of attitude in place of  .tlie awkwardness common  In  men ot  ,great stature.  'Among those who were  listening intently   to   the   man's, carefully, modulated tones Glenister recognized Mexico  MuIIins. (he ex-gambler  who had given De.vtry the warning at  Unala&ka.    As he further studied the  listening group  a  drunken   man  stag-  ' gered   uncertainly   through   the   'wide  cioors of the saloon and. gaining sight  of the tall stranger, blinked, then approached  him,   speaking with, a  loud  voice:  "Well, if Hain't ole Alec HcKamara!  How do, ye ole pirate?"  ,    McNamara  nodded   aud ,turned   his  back coolly upon the newcomer.  "'Don't turn your dorsal fin to me. I  wan' lo talk to ye."  McNamara continued his calm discourse till he received a vicious whack  on the shoulder. Then he turned for a  moment to interrupt his assailant's  garrulous profanity:  "Don't bother me. I am engaged."  "Ya won' talk to me, eh? Well, I'm  goin' to talk lo you,'see. I guess you'd  listen if I told these people all I know  about you.   Turn around here."  His voice was menacing and attracted general notice. Observing this, Mc-  Kamara addressed him, his 'words  dropping clear, concise and cold:  "Don't talk to me. You are a drunken 'nuisance. v Go away before something happens to you."  Again he turned away, but the  drunken man'seized'and whirled him  about, repeating his abuse, encouraged  by this appar6ul patience.  "Your pardon for an instant, gentlemen." McXamara laid a large white  and manicured hand upon the flannel  Bleeve of the miner and gently escorted  him through the entrance to the sidewalk, while the crowd smiled.  As they cleared the threshold, however, he clinched his fist without a  word and, raising It, struck the sot  fully and cruelly upon the jaw. His  victim fell silently, the back of his  head sinking the boards with a hollow  thump; then, without even observing  how he l.'n, McN'ainar.-i re entered the  saloon and took up his-conversation  where he had been interrupted. His  voice was as evenly regulated as his  movements, betraying not, a sign of  anger, excitement or bravado' He' lit  a cigarette, extracted' a ��� notebook', and  jotted .down certain memoranda sup-<  plied him by Mexico Mullins. ���  All this time t'he body lay across..the-  threshold without a sign of life. The  buzz of the roulette wheel was resumed, and the crap dealer began his  monotonous routine. Every, eye was  fixed on the nonchalant man at the  bar, but the'unconscious creature, outside the threshold lav unheeded, fcr  In these men's code it behooves'. the  most humane to practice a certain  aloofness in (he mutter, of private  brawls. ' ' .        ,  Having completed bis. notes, McXamara shook hands gravely with his  companions and strode out. through the  door, past the bulk -flint sprawled  across his path aud without pause or  glance disappeared.  A dozen willing, (hough unsympathetic, hands laid the drunkard on the  roulette liilile. whore the bartender  poured pitcher upon pitcher of water  over bim. ���     j  "Me ain't hurt none to speak of," [ yawning boot tops became as boiliir  sail a bystander, then added, with en-f springs. .Meanwhile be chattered forth  ���     ni-nCir, II  had carried with it pebbles, sand ~nDU i r   ,    ������   ,.       -      ,     . v , ���   ,    ,   ���.���,  all  the concentration of the  rimes at   gft^^ t^'^1^  this point.    Standing directly beneath1- --��� ���        -* .  ---  the cataract, most of it had,dived fair-  'ly into his inviting'waistband, follow  ing down the lines of least resistance  into his boot legs aud boiliug out at  the knees. ��� -���  , , '"Wash that." he said. -. "You're apt  to get a prospect."    , '    ,'  "With artful passes Dextry settled (it  In the pan bottom and  washed away  Abe gravel, leaving a1 yellow glittering  pile which raised a yell from, the men;  who had lingered curiously.'  "He pans $-10 to" tbe boot leg," one  shouted. '  ' i  "How much do you run to''the- foot,  Slapjack?"    r / ,  "lie's a reg'lar-free milling ledge."    '  "No, he ain't; he's too thiu. lie's  nothing but a stringer, but he'll pay to  work." "   ,     '  " ''  The old miner grinned toothlessly.  "Gcutlethen,   there   ain't   no   better  with   the ' rush   of  waters, the tinkle of tools aud the song  of'steel 'on   rock.     There" were   four  ���"strings"' of   boxes   abrcast-Land ' the'  ���heaving  line  of'shovelers  ate  rapidly  into tbe creek bed. while teams .with  scraners splashed through the tail races  h an' atmosphere of.softened profanity..  In-the big white teuts which'sat back  from the bluffs.' fifty .Men of the night  shift were  asleep, for there is'uo respite 'here���no  night,   no   Sunday,   no  halt, (Hiring the hundred days in which  the norlhland  leiiels herself to pillage,'  The mine lay cradled  between wonderful,   mossy,, willow.'mottled   mountains, while above and below the gulch,  was'dotted  with  teuts and. huts,-and  everywhere,  from  basin  lo hill crest,  men dug and blasted, puiiily, patiently,  while their tracks grew daily  plainer  over,the  face or this inscrutable wilderness.   ��� "        ' '     ,      ,  '   A> great contentment fiUed the  two  partners as th'ey looked' on this sceue.  To( wrest   from   reluctant .earth   herj  riehdht treasures, to add to the wealth ���  of ihe world, to create��� here was satisfaction.  A ,   ,  "We aiu't .robbin' no widders a.n'  orphans 'doin' it neither," Dextry suddenly remarked, expressing his partner's feelings closely. They looked at  each other and smiled with that'iare  understanding that exceeds words.  Descending iuto the'eut, tho old man  filled a' gold pan witb 'dirt taken from  under the feet of the workers 'and  washed it iu a puddle, while the other  watched his dexterous whirling motions. When ' lie had finished they  poked the stream of yellow grains into  a pile; then, with heads together,  guessed its weight, laughing again delightedly,, in perfect harmony' and contentment  "I've been waitin' a tumble time for  this day,"  said  the elder.    "I've suf-  wonud .down'the .creek   bottom   from , ���.���    , e ,,   ,  (he dam,  like gigantic serpents,  while \*���y t0.silve r\ae ��old tlia" wjth,under-  the roll  of gravel   through the  flumes     f.urre"1f fl"; WanJtot riflles.    I'll have  mingled   musically   with   the ' rush   of       ,   ���sh  t,he?e sannents ��{  mine an'  1 clean up tbe soapsuds 'cause there's,a  hundred, dollars In gold, dust  clingin'  to ray person this minute."1   lie went  dripping up the bank,'while .the men"  returned to their work singing.  0 "A    (To be Continued)  <*���          ,  V'A   GHOST   STORY.  I was ailing, Imf much flic autumn  c'ame I seemed io.l��' completely" worn  out. For a i.hole month I nfcver  moved outside llu* house, and could  scarcely.,,walk about the house 1 wa*.  so weak. I had'no .appetite; my color  was'a greenisji' yellow. A had severe  headaches ancj," would be; almqiA  breathless at'the least exertion  ,took'.several bottles ot medicine* but  it 'did' not help inA and (then ' my  mother got me threo boxes of I)r.'  Williams' Pink Pill* A When I' had  used them I was much better, and by  the time I had taken another three  boxes I' was; again enjoying the 'best  of health,' .with, a hearty appetite  good color 'and reiiewerl 'energy,"  ,lf'yqti want new health and ne\y  strength try, Dr. William^ Pink Pills.,;  a fair use of this medicine, -will not  clisappoint^you....' -Sold,, by ,' medicine  dealers'pr."by mail at 50, cents a box  or six 'boxes' for $2.50 from The 'Dr.'  Williams' Medicine Co^- Broekville,  Ont. 1      -    ...    o   -  7 It will be a stroke', at the .very vitals  of monopoly-if 'there are to Be fewer  kerdsene parades this campaign.���  Providence Journal.  The   Crowd   of  Phantoms0,That   Dazec  Three Young Women. '  ,' Xn    experience' wherein    phantoms  presented themselves to'view  in prodigious numbers simultaneously Is related by a young lady whose name, at  ^her request, is withheld,, the narrative  being indorsed by ber sister, who was  , with her at the time.   She wijites:-1  (yOne. aututnn   night   my -'sister^, and,  myself, witlf bur maid, were returning  from   evening 'service, in ' the   village  ,church.. There was,a thick fog.   The.  , uiobn,' was' full," but it made a sort of  steam', in"1 the- fog  instead' of" shiniiia  ' brightly. A Suddenly 1  saw  a  man  at  my sister's side,���.who had come-there  They iSoothe -Excited Nerves!���Nervous3 affectiqns are usually, attribute  able to defective, digestion,'as., the stomach'dominates the,'nerve centres.  A course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will'still all disturbances of this character, .and by- restoringvthe stomach  to -normal action relieve ' the'" nerves  fiom irritation.. There is no sedative  like them and in the correction of irregularities 'of the digestive processes,  no preparation has .done so effective  work, as ciin.'be testified to by'thousands. . '   ' "   ��� '   ������  .,-Mrs Stiibbs���;Jvfow(!. women are not-  impulsive, like you men. They always  measure  their words. a" A "       '  . Mr: Stubbs (wifii a sigh)���Oh, "if  some of .thorn, .would only give short  measure.���Chicago News. "'  Hawaiian Islundi the smoke ros^'to  a heipht o: bAween live and six miles  ���^���, and then duffed away to the north-  In ancient solitii|i> still sleeps serene, ,j east.    At  a'distance  of  000, miles   it  j BettHA ��-n the suiface of the fiea anu' j  was then earned hack by  the north- *  east wind tu its place: of origin, whert  H  ailived  a  fortnight  after  its  or(;A  inal dcpaiture ami covered the entire  group of islands with its heavy pall,  Not long ago.a bteamer was on her  I way   along   lhe   iiorth   African   coast  from Asia to England and had' entered   the   G.ilitu   channel   between   tlie  island of that name and tho coast of'  Tunis when a fun* dust began to dark-'  en ilie air ami soon afterwatd to fall  oti deck.    Sonic of this dust was collected and subjortecf to chemical una-  Ivsis   in   Km ope.     ' lU, constituent.,  proved that it hud been carried high  in the nir from tho Sahdra eleseit und  had finally dropped into tho Mediterranean.' > .  More extraordinary still was t>, dual  shower   thai ' fell   in   Hungary, some,  ye/irs atro. . Analysis showed that this  duht was identical with the, sediment  ol the* Nile.   The clu*t was' bislhjveel to  have   bci'ii   brought   by  the   wind   alb  the   way   from   Kgypt,   a  pretty, Ifliif?  journey" for a shower oi that description  to  accomplish,    ' ' .   ,  . ''  It'must have b.'en a high, wind indeed that biought-n shower of wheal  on one occasion Oio the villagers'm u  plafi* cm the southern coast of Spain.  The wheat fell like raip., There,.were  so nltmv witiitess.-R of the occurrence  .that  it "wa.i impossible It* doubt ,Umt  it had appeared: Bui for some monthrt  it  could  not b�� neeountoj for. /  Then', came  the , other  side  of   tho  storv.     It   was "Witietl, that shortly  bftfoYethht fall of wheat .some farmers'  near the'northern coast of'Morocco  had ,been threshing, wheat with. nAils  when suddenly a tornado swept pVer  the ground and1 tarried all thi; wheat  and clniff on the' thrashing, cloth in-  rto thi' air. ,Tbe cloth was nfwcpt away,  bv the storm.- and the fa,rmc��f* fell to  tlie   ground.'but   were  'not   injured.  When the'storm'had passed,,thoy were  horrified   at discovuring, t}\'at;.lhc  result  of  their,, labon*'. had   totally disappeared.    There seemed.httli' doubt  that the wheat that fell in Sp��'\n wfts  that*which-belonged to'the ^loroRCan  farmers,'   U   had   been .blown   clear  , across the Mediterranean.   ' ,   -,  The Western farmer rides in his motor car.  *    .   ,  '     . 1020  Dear Bill,-���.You'11 simply have to spare  a day "'    '       ,, ���  From Winnipeg, for an' outing on Uie  Hay. A  We'll spend it on my island up the  l   coast.     ' ,   , , '  The,'whales arc. running.   What beat*  whale .on toast? '  ,.     1030i  'City of,Chure:.:il!   City by tho sea.  Mother of cities now, with others vet  to be!     '  Thy harbor crowded with a busy fleet;  Port   of   the   Prairie   Empire  of' the  '  Wheat.-  RICH   COUNTRY^  "������~is; iir        * 1   i  i*-~  "I've been  ivailin'  a luriiUc thnc fcr  litis day."  fcred (he plagues of prospect in' from  tbe Mexicos to the Circle, an" yet I  don't bog-retch it none now that l'\e  jtruc.k pay."  .While' they spoke,two miners struggled wiih a bowlder they had uiiearth-  ;d and, having scraped and washed it  .'iirefiilly, staggered back lo place It on  tbe cleaned bedrock behind. One of  them slipped, and It crashed against a  brace which held the sluices in place.  ;These boxes stand more than a man's  height above the bedrock, resting on  .isitpixu-tins posts and running-'.'full of  water. '-Should a sluice fall the rushing stream carries out the gold which  .lias lodged in the ridles and floods the  bedrock.1 raising havoc. Too late the  ot?rtnors saw the string of boxes sway  and bend at the joint; then, berotv  they e-oulel reach the threatened spot  to support It, Slapjack Simins, with a  shriek, plunged'flapping dowti into the  cut iiuel seized the 'flume., .Ills'great  height -stood him in good stead now.  for v, jere tlie joint had opened water  l>oiired forth in a cataract. He dived  under the breach unhesitatingly and  'stooping,' lifted the line as near to its  former level as possible, holding the  entire burden upon his naked pate.  He gesticulated wildly for help,  while over him poured the deluge of  icy. muddy water. It entered his gaping waistband, bulging out his yellow  trousers till they were fat and full and  the   seams   were   bursting,   while   liis  wilderecl nt the sight-.around us. It-  was as if we were in a crowded stiuet,  innumerable figures surrounding us."  ..Men, women and children were moving briskly about,'some .singly, others  in groups, but all without a sound.  Some seemed to rise out of the grass  on either side of us and to come 'out'on  the olhir side. Tlie women were  dressed iu bygone; fashion, with high  bonnets and shawls and large flounces  on their dresses. - ���   ���  "There was one very tall man who  took groat strides, though perfectly  motionless. "\Ye approached our own  gate, where-we should turn'in, and  then we had a long driveway to walk  up before we could reach the house. I  think that by the 'time we bad reached  the gate all the figures had disappeared except this one tall man. lie had  quite a different look from any of the  others���more horrible altogether. As  we entered our gate, to our intense relief, ho'passed by along the road and  vanistied. Of course we were all yery  frightened. The maid' and my sister  were crying aloud." , '  In si ea��e like this, where the same  spectral phenomena are witnessed by  several persons, tbe value of the testimony obviously is multiplied a hundredfold, for, while one individual may  be a victim of a hallucination, such an  illusion can hardly be shared by many.  What, then, is lo be said in answer io  such evidence, furnished by deponents  of unimpeachable character and reputation for tiuthftilne.ss? To suppose  that they are combining In tlie manufacture of a lie is scarcely reasonable  -Joseph M. Rogers In I.ippincott's.  t,er.      Steep  five' minutes.  When boiling common starch sprinkle in a little fine salt, which will  prevent, it sticking. Some people use  sugar in the same way, but it is not  ���jo effective as salt.  vRepeat'lt:���*' Shiloh's Oure will always cure my coughs and colds."  The Invention of Armor.  The idea  of the invention  of armor  for   the  protection   of  the  body   from  weapons came ftom the auciouts. who.  noticing the natural armor of various  kinds of animals  particularly (lie  armadillo,   imitated   it.     In   early   times  before metal was'used in armor mak-  iug the  warriors usejd rough  hides' of  several thicknesses, .and the first armor  ever worn was niade from slices taken  from, the hoofs of horses and fastened  together with  pegs.     Fish  scales and  the scales of  large  snakes '.were  also  'gathered-and' fastened   together until  'they  formed a   thick  layer  and   were  used as armor.   The armor of lliomiddle  ages  was   a   continuation   of   the  ancient   kind,   made   in   the   forni   of  scales of iron  or steel.    Certain kitids  of mail used in early times in Knghrnd  were, copied from  Uie shells  of crab.'.'  and lobsters.  The undertaker paused in his measurements.  "There is'only one one-word epitaph  in this country/' he .said, hanging  his tape across his shoulders. ' "tt is.  in the town of Worcester. I believe  it is quite a drawing card. Holiday  makers come to see it from miles  around.  "The epitaph consists of the word  'Gone.', A Worcester auctioneer lay  dying. He whispered to his wife  wi'h   a quiet smile:  "'I've been "Going, going.' all my  life. Now. I'll soon be 'Gone.' Put  that on my- tombstone, dear. 'That  one woid 'Gone' only."  _ "The wife complied," 'concluded ihe  undertaker.���Philadelphia  .Bulletin.  A druggist can obtain an imitation  of M WARD'S LINIMENT, from a Toronto house at a very low price, and  have it labeled his own product.  This greasy imitation is the poorest  one we have yet seen of the many  that every Torn, Dick and Hurry has  tried   to  introduce.  Ask f..r .MENARD'S and you will  not    it.  Prof. Gwillim Speaks of Resources of  ^'Northern British Columbia. A  _ J. C. Gwillim',' proli.-ssor of mining  ,m, Queen's llnivcrsitv, Kingston, recently completed a'.touV through the  lelkwa, l.ulkley.and Bubine country  iu northern British Columbia on behalf of the Trail .'smelter.' His impressions as regards" its agricultural  and fining possibilities arc rather,  favorable. ',      ��� - ���*-  "The Telkwa-Bulkley-Babihe country is atgreat',district southwards of  Ilazelton. The valleys are broad, but  not flat-bottomed as,, many people' expect. They .are low rolling slopes, partially" or totally wooded,. The,growth  upon these valley slopes 'is extraordinary, and no fall frosts had occurred up to.Sept. 10 in the "main Bulkley  valley," said Mr. Gwillim.    -  ,T"  "All grass, stock and root crop3  seem to doA'ery well. There s'eeras  ro be a future for stock >and dairy'  products .with ,hay and oats as probable exports to the coast and north  (country. -Tht," conditions .southward,  toward ' Nechacb, "and southeastward  toward .Babine -lake appear *"'toT be  equally favorable'for a largo farming  community. . ,   .        ,  "Concerning , mineral, - resources."  -ores ,01. lead, silver and ,copp^r have  'been'fourid'over a veryjarge territory,'  but little has been done in the' way  of development-/ 'The 'distances are  great and at pfejscnt"the transporta-'  tion is all bypnck-animnls. A \yagon  road i3 being built frbnAnazeltbn to  Aldermorc. a, point sixty miles south;  from,.this trails of-twenty and thirty  'miles branch off "into the mountains  on either side. The" country is a  favorable one to prospect, but development and " cheap transportation  must come-about before there wilT ha  any production of large tonnage.  "Any, one .entering this district at  this iitage, should receive easy terms  and plenty of time to develop mineral  properties because (he cost of development will be. great, and also experimental, and the time of realizing from  ore production cannot come until the  Grand Trunk Pacific is on a shipping  basis." ' -  n Willow   Grouse   to   City.  The capture of a willow grouse' on  one   of   the   principal   business   thoroughfares    of    Victoria    caused   some  talk   recently.    It 'was   late  and  the  streets   practically   were  deserted.    A  gentleman   had just passed  out of ji  restaurant when' he was astonished to  see a bird,  which  looked remarkably  like  a  grouse at   first sight,  dash  itself   against   the , window _pane   and  fall   at   his   feet.     He   picked   it  up,  wrung  its   neck,   and   then  took  time  to examine it.    Being  himself somewhat of a-follower of the simple life as  interpreted by local-disciples of Nim-  rod, he recognized ihat it was a grouse  of the  willow species.    Agreeably astonished,   and   realizing   that  he  had  had   a   most   unusual   experience,   he  reeounled   it   to   his   friends.     Many  of the  latter  put  it,down'as  a yirn  which would have to be accepted with  the  proveibinl  "pinch   of  salt."    But  when   he   produced   the  evidence and  related the details again with a wealth  of  exact  detail   the  story   was   given  credence and  circulated  as being another  of  the  season's 'wonders.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures'- Colds,��� &c.  An ambitious" young Ohicagoan recently called upon a publisher of novels' in that (eity, to whom lie imparted confidentially the information that  he had decided ,to "write*, a book/'"  and that he would be pleaded to, afford tlje publisher the.'chancc to bring  it out. <(, " ' ,   '    -,  "May I venture lo-inquire-as to' the  nature   of   the*   bpok,.you -propose ,to  write?" ".{iflkftd, tho    publisher,.' vprv  'politely.'      * A ,   '."���  '"*"Oh," camcj ir? an offhand way from  the ' aspirant for fame, "Ir think ' of  doing-something on the line of 'Lcs  Miserable*,' only livelier, you know!"  .���"Eippiiicott's....,. -   , -  ; Zam-Buk Saved  Odrf'Fello^Fiijf  ' "The only tbing- I MB ,  now is to take ;ho flnt>���?J?  pletely/off.ft It' cafiS  ���wiso be cured." Bo ���� *  of the lending- doct^Jft?-*  onto to Mr.Vc&'  F.. the wcill-knWn Fri2  Society leadbr, of pMES  Toronto.' , Zam flu��  otherwise. Mr, EdwaH.Iz  his finrer, badly and fi  poisoning-followed. He��A  "The Wood iM.-ttninj ,pm4  li��ncl and una mid vi,u,���.( M ,^,5  'tigbnv. AftrrUo iRoethi'imilw  tbo doctor ��anl ihrni ��kl m, ev^Z  Amputation ���* ould Jiavc to ttkj p��  If Ijnlonded tnMjve the arm, JltL  at that time wan ail noilfunij  discolored, and I hvl to nm iffe,  aling.' I left that doctoraad��udJ  anothar. After a few -ne��U'trnti^j  ho *l��o tolijl me that opr��tioa *aji  bo' noceaBary. , Tliat mjU I U'^  tbe wound and put,on (on-, 7*j.j^  I got a littlo alee.-) for the Jrilfial,  many ��� nighu. In tti�� nurajf (j,  wound'began to bleed itnudof'i  fool discharging &i in the put.-!^  *M a healthy aign ��o I irrot os tij  tho Zam-Btlk. Well,, to cot ,V  atory ihort, in a few d��yi [ paw*1  tho aling and jn'a fow wte'iAiiE^  wan healed eomph-JcTV. Icitlc  finger ia a�� Round ai k ta'1 IMj'jai  It1 to Zam-Buk. -1 ipeu our pj,  dootbr'i ffoa and J��t Zain Bel, q  nucha trifling coil, taved u &  amputation," , , ��  -w Zam.Piik core�� r��ema���,ulcn, iw  koroii,' ohapped places, cull, te��  bruinei ana all ' slin in;or;i tt!  di*��aa����, ^l��o curre plei. iili-nj  giata and rtores tOc a toi, crp-cS|  Zara-Biik, Co,, Toionto, furpnet  Tht^iiii2!^  ^LLDRU��C{ST^o5S  Something  tn  It.  Ph'yJtlciana havo bv-u'ii, lit So  ,   .'"''     '     ,     /<��,.' Repeat J of-.laughing ^at-the pwul'ir'Co.-^  it:-f-"Shiloh's Ctife. will alwaysifburnikig- sugar"-'in  7ok wdm  CUff*      mv     rflil'frlic.'A^'i ij     ���',d��ranfj#t��nt.      A   SClCKilfl JK.tlHh  cure,.my   coughs    and ' colds." j ^ar  'InsUtnle;  Pari,  l.k to  distcovif.i-ed., unit' bui uiw-   ruf4r  '"T started'to tell^my wLifo 'about '*n\ velops'',aVetyleno li>droccn, w*i  woman who made her owti fall gown." " "" "   "*" "~ '  "Well?"        7     ',.  .a  - "She capped "my story' with ono  about- a man who made a million dollars."���-Washington   Herald.  t most 'po^Verfurariti-.-ptu* rprf*  If sugar is burned in A c."=?>i  eontnibing-putrefied n.iat f'r*'"  tents  of; rotten cr*.*;-. diu   v^��J  odor diduppeph* at miw  A" Pill for All Seasons.���Winter und  sumnler. in any latitude, whether in  torrid zone, or Arctic ti��itiperuj.ure Parmelee's 'Vegetable Pills can be depended upon lo do their work. The  dyspeptic will find them a friend -.1-  ways and should carry them with him  everywhere. They are made to withstand any climate and arc.' warranted  to keep their freshness and strength, j  They do not grow stale, a quality not  possessed in many pills now on the  market.  Sores Heal .Quickly.- !!��'*>.  peisistent sore ihat r. f'iJ*'- '��  TIumi, try Dr. Thoiiu.-. l-d*?,  in lhi- dre?��jng. It will -��P-w  ing, rii'rry away llu* pi mil *A  out ,the pus .and p"P'>n' '.������ f."1'  for the new skin. It i- ,tl"* fi***1  hcalpr a'mOi'ig oiU itn-J ���'*>n**  people can certify' that it ti>i'!^'-  ';other oils failed* utterly.  Quizzing Bess���Did you toll Tom  you   would   be   his  sister?  Blushing Peatrice���No, I told him,!  would  be   his  ister's.���Puck.  ,    "Brainleigh,   .thc��� ikjv.'I.'I.  [himself  to' be  run Alow a h" �����]  yosterdny."  "Why such   insane chimin'  "He. hopes to get enough f,-;'I  owner of the, machine lo ciAAtj  publish     his   new     novel   I-  ���Puck r        -   -  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  1 Fancy  Boots.  Tbe Russian boot is composed of  many pieces of morocco In several colors put together in a sliape0to please  (lie taste,of the maker or the wearer.  The foot of tlie* boot is beautifully cm-  bossed with thread In bright colors.  The Black Hawk War.  The Black Hawk war was fought on  the Mississippi river frontier In 1832  between 00O whites and 500 Indians.  Chief Black 'Hawk was captured, and  2G8 wa rrlors were killed. The Indians  were drii-en west'-of-the-'Mississippi.  White loss, twenty-two.  The Vatican.  Tbe .Vatican'is the largest palace in  the world, and within its inclosure is a  Dark of thirteen acres.'  thr.  asm :  profanity in such volume that the ear  (First Thought In Danger.  "Talking of the foolish tilings orw  .thinks about even when in tlie midst of  danger," remarked one of a group tbe-  other .night," "I hud promised my wife  never fo travel' at night, and it is something I.liave.'ilway.s avoided, but necessity Compelled it. a few-weeks ago, and  as luck would have: it thero was an accident and (he cars wore, derailed. As  the one in which 1 had my Dorih was  rolling down an embankment and I  was in the midst of blankets, pillow's,  grips, etc., the terrible tlioti'rlit Hashed  across- my- mind: -What shall'' I tell .Molly?   Here.' I am tnivelin-' ut night!' "  First   Relic   of   ''Jones."  One   of   the   first   evidences   to   be  found   of   the   steamer   J.   II.   Jones,  which was lost two years ago with all  hands,  was  left here recently  by the  steamer  City   of   Meaford.   says   The  Owen Sound Times.    It was the name .  board    of   the   ill-fated   steamer   and ;  could   be   easily   recognized  by   those  who   knew   the   boat  when   she   was  above wafer.    The   board   was  picked  up at some point along the northeast  shore  and  handed   by  the  captain of  -the  City  of   Meaford  to  the   officials  at'the cilice  of the  Qominio.n Transportation, Co.,  where it has attracted  a great deal  of interest.    Though the  oflicers   .of   the ".City''of .Meaford   did.  not give, the exact location where the  sign board was picked up, its-finding  on   the  -northeast',shore -confirms,- in  the  minds .of  some  tinirinr,  men,  the  convictiein   that  the  boat  went down  near the. Christian   Islands; and  thiit  her machinery gaVfe out and she drifted   from  her   course   off   Lion's   Head  in   the   gale   to  some   point  near   the  islands,  when* Aie foundered.  A   Disillusion.  I thought upon the stauo' mv sketch  "Tiie   liuttoiiholiV .rd.try.'  But wlun 1  did 1 found, alas.  It,was the hook anil  I!  -Los Angeles Times.  Bearded  Popes.  Prom the lime of St. Peter down to  the year  1103 the popes of Rome'nil  wore beards.  '  Oi! Paintings.  An oil painting should not be hung  so that the light from an opposite  window falls on It and Is reflected. A  side wall shows ofT such a picture to  better advantage. Examine the painting and note how lhe artist saw If a��>  far ns the light falling on the subject  ��as concerned and hang the picture so  that the light falls oti.it In the same  direct Ion.  tbe   mountain   regions   of   Cuba |  are many ridges and  valleys of *���  Rich Land Idle.  In t  there are many ridges and valley  extremely fertile hind nearly all untouched and existing practically as  they did before tbe time of the Span-,  lards. .'.'������ ���  '-'  You Can't Cull  A BOO SFAVIX.mil  THOKOOonri.v.Mi  will cl��*n them off ptna��'-i  you work tlie horememittei  not blister or reruum III !il  t��ll jou iitore- If yen vri-.tn. t^Ji  boule at d'lort ordcilvJiDoti^  AflSORBINE,  JR.,   Ir. ��.  *1 lioitle.  Itoducon '.'jr'r.i'Ti^jp  Icocele,    Hydrocele,    Ruptured juuic'm*!  seute.    Enlarged   Olandi.     AlUyl pila I*j  VT.r. YOUBB, P.D F., 137 Monmau'.ta SI , Ut^'l  I.Ya,lJI. SOX1 U en...'Mni,ir>el. l-.Mll"'"-"  ill.e furnt.S.d 6, Martin Btlt A  *���')"> u-  Th. national Orag * Ci.en.loo/ Ce���   Hr'����*il��"  wrf U.*4.rzcn Sros. Co. Lt4..Vai,tovi��r.  lENMANSHIP Ki&i  lmiini-ei nUiJffle thor. ml.* ;�� |,"llJ  Cor partlciilare. ��� *'*'���' *7"\',,' If  W I N N I I* K IJ ��l *- I > I * 'a','!.*!  eor  Tortmrr A-��c. ti nt t ��ri"-' ��� {  G.   W.   DONALD.   MansP'J  A.id    Principal      fcr   Fourteen    ���  A  Short  Week.     /  The  week  Is otily  live days long hi  Tibet. ' :  A A, " '' :���' ' A ��� ���-.  SPECIAL     '10     GRAIN SHIP?  It. lakes years to lp"r,! 'K,^  thods of hnudiiiiR gr.un. "��'  :  thirty     yeais'     osi��'ncnf   ��� ("  grain  in this cotintiy. ''���1Jc.i,"i[  l-oilico at FortAViUta.il iiii'l'^  } ness ' connections at,all B1"   -,.,  I Ship   your    grain    through ^v;  prompt   returns   and   ���?*'!,'��;!  References, 'Union Bnnk _oi    ,|  Manitoba   Commission'  WinnipeS'  Pair of Ciiriosllics.  Mllkmn'n���Tliat's a"t'tirlous milk pull  of yotti-s.  Lady���Well, it isn't as curious ns  this pale milk of yours.���Chicago News,  W.    N.    U.    No.   715.  Makes Her Tired  Tho poor wife clro.-ids the corning days,  For now hor husband .-quotes,  Tho, while her henil In In i dazo.  Statistics of the votes.  ^iS^Lsscwar:  Bv ,^*��i J  K^pgagaSt^caWtttf^aigaitfianaaw^aiaa THE    LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ��� i i  Gertrude McKiernan.  ills   aii'J   nor."*!  sane chinnc'  pet enough ��;'l  *,hiiu* io eiial'''f  )o sPAViN-.rrnl  oitooonrix.Mi  them off p��ro��"5.  lie ooriio i*nnli=i ?.  >r p> retndTe tki iiij  ore^lf y',u w'riia I  lor��brdcilT,'il.I!o��!  IINE, JR.,-foiVB*  loducei Varied Vc*  Ruptured. 'Aluc'.'ti ���  ta'Um.  AMliyi r��u Jj  Aotimtuili 51.. Siwwf  '.llnBl^Bl. r��,��JI*. i-*|  i lilt �� Wv't A  loo/ Co., -(MmW^*  '...kanooiiti.'.'  A  - -i'��(��|i.��-����,".v,i;|.f  n t; .i i >��� r..���� ' Ail  .liii.t lvirtM.IH��".'��  JA'L.'D,   Manip  Fcr   Fourteen  THE HUNGER MARCHERS  UNEMPLOYED   HAVE   A    LEADER  WHO   WAS ONCE  WEALTHY.  Alexander    Stewart     Gray,     Formerly  Possessor    of    a     Quarter    Million  .     Dollars'Gave It Up apd Now Leads  j     Crusade   of   10,000   Starving  Work;  Who   Will   Tour   England   op  ��  men  Foot.  Alexin:  IffER AND DAUGHTER  PRAISING PERUNA.  GKIITIUTDR ���' 'WcKlKRNAN.  leosho  street,   'Emporia,    .Kas.,  Suffered very much with a severe  tlie hei^d uncl"was''always eom-  lg of, feeling tired and  drowsy.  j !iiy<,inother suggested  and; in-  |-on my. taking u few  bottles oi  Irdid so and 'in a short time  J3ike*'a 'new person.^My. mothei  p' it' very highly and, socio- IA'  ���[Confidence .in   .Pe-ru-na.  I'M. F.-Jones, "Burning Springs'/  writes:     , A ,     '���    '���",   v A,  e have' been' using1'.Peruna for  time; and have.no hesitaucy^-in  niending itjfClr lhe thousand1 and  Slments of .'humanity A,   /A,  pm-a1 personal test ' I shall'not  'to  recommend  it,., especially  ^suffering ..women.  .,,   , w, . ��� >vi  runa has gained  full  confidence  ^permanent,-stay in our,home." *  -     '" A" Great Tonic.,,. V   -,   "  - '  Anna Linder, R. R.5, Dussell,  writes: "I took Pcfuna and aril  . 1' would .not1 b<j. without' that  Itonic for ten ,times its, cost,;'','  Sow'tT^oward  the'Locomotive.  gre' is only one way tb sleep' 'oii  "' said the  porter of a ^leep-  |r. "and that is  with  the head  the locoriiotiye.._ Jf I 'should  jp my berths so that' the*, pas-  _. would be i with their 7 feet, sto-  fthe '- locomotive, .they - would  little, Jf, at'all. ,  treason is that-,:with  the head  right the' blood riina down' to  bt,  and* the  culm'''head' hivite��  Hut. pointed-the .other" waj\  lad fills up'v with '.blood.fi. the  (becomes resetted, and''sleep, is  ; <un impossibility. " . '', /-A  Is on this account.tlfal on.gl^ep-  |Vh the '.pillowis. -are . te��wiu-ci,7lhe  pgine.V��� 'New Orleans . Times-  rai."       ,".,!.      -   ,- ���        '.- .  |tlei�� haWbeen the'cures work-  Ilullouay's. Corn Cure. , It hafe  jfr of its own not fqund in other  91110118." ���'    -tv     '" '    ' T  liar--Let's rob this here house  fmn't a man within a'mile of it.  pitittt���How  d'yer   know     there  "i *��� i  jlur���Cnn't yer see the wiiumen  pip   tho   falf. house   cleaning ?���  ntd Leader. ~-~-  fc is more Catarih  in  lhi-3 'sec-  &f   the   country   than   all   olhet  es put  together,  and until   the*  w years was supposed to be  Jble. For a gieat many year?  ���� pronounced it a local disease  prescribed local remedies, and  Jnstantly failiug'to cure with Id-  jbatmenf,  pronounced  it-incura-  science has .proven catarrh, to  Constitutional disease and there-  Iquiies constitutional trenlment.  .Catarrh Cure, manufactured-by  Hpheney"& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is  ily constitutional cure on-thr  &.     Tt   is   taken   internally   in  from 10 drops to a teaspoonful  directly on the blood and imi-  furfaccs of the system. They ot-  fie hundred dollars for any case*  i.to cure: Send for circulars and  lonials.  tests:  F.  J.  Cheney   &   Co.,  .     " ' Toledo,  Ohio.  .bv druggists', 75c.  Hall's   Family  Pills  for  con  ion.  [official of the Department of  ferce and Labor, who had been  cd by his chief lo draw up ������  iry of, the conclusions of cer-  JiMinguished authorities on en-  inp:. met with disaster not long  iJien he had occasion to refer to  statements of Mr. A. R. Col  Rn. the  Rritish engineer.  otlicial had been told that af-  l> Colqnhoun's name then*  !>���*- placed the letten "M.T.C  II cm be i of the Institute of Civil  Seers). "That's easy to remem-  Tthe officinl hnd sa'id. adopting  By system of memorizing. "iL  |K.'  spells  'mice.'" ''  meinoiy system was of little  J however, for when the official  Id in his summaiy the letters  IM"-. Colcjuhoun's name were  T.  S."���Lippincott's.  ��.-' ..,,"<l3r st*?**n��-t ,'Gruy, leader of  tlie Hunger Marcher*," who are at-  tiacting M. much- attention in England just now, was unjil recently oi;e  tl the most p.ominci.t and successful  Liwyeys, m Kdinbuigh, Scotland.- In  oiclcr to identity himself with thih  new movemt'iit, which is organized  lor th,j purpose oi calling attention  to ihe unemployed problem, he aban-  doiied a foi tune, of nearly $.-250,000.  Clad* in. rough garments, a slouch  hat,,and sometimes bafefooted. Stew-  uit Gray is tramping about the country at the head of a body of men,'like  a modern Peter ther Hermit, > preach-  .Hig a, new crusade'. ,i\ot long ago the  Hunger Marchers," led by him,'  walked from ,Manchester to London,  a distance of 187 miles, to present a  potiliou' to King Kdward. An London 'they' wore invited to St. 'Paul'*  Cathedral, where Archdeacon'Sinclair  doLverc'd n,sermon chau'ipioning their  cause,, und''''collected 5-200' to provide  them with'food and shelter., '��ev,R,  J. CaiHpbell of the City Temple also  -entertained" them in n<similar way"  Keccntly thoy' "irivadi/d" Canterbury  Cathedral and created a'.sensation by  deinanding that a 'sermon on aneni-  ^ployment and the land * question  should be preached.   ' ',  "The personality of Stewart Gray is'  striking.     Tall,   gaunt,   ascetic,   with*  Jong hair, and  deep-set eyes;< clad  in  workman's clothes, and often wearing  knickerbockers '- with    no    stockings  with a great "sombre'ro" pulled dowjl  over his eyes,'he looks'like the typical ."social reformer" depicted on the  jStngc' ,   ��� '.    -  1-'.This'reformer comes of-good"family''  and( after.ia  liberal,education"lie  began the' practice, qi the'law jn Edinburgh.   -He-became   the. manager' of  several -large  properties,  bought and  sold land 5.013, vhis own account arid in  a  few,years  he 'acquired  a   fortune.  In ,1ns visits'.to -the  remoto sections  of, Scotland' he   came' in  K>ueh  with"  the   peasant  class.-   He   became 'convinced that the principal'of landlordism  is wrong.    ,      .' '       .7  , Gray says:     j,               ' -��� "    t,,  "When'"I .took" 1Kb resolve-to 'qUtt  Lie game.,, I gave all' my propertyM'n-  to' the hands <of"'u> friend,  ami  then  l��*.ft the whole business.   I should say  the   property   abandoned    was   worth  about,$250.000.AT'decided then to devote my.. life to trying to obtain some  of   the   land ' for.. the   people.'    There  nr,P. vast   tracts .of?, land   in   England  .which   are   not   under   cultivation   at  ad. and  bpsides this upward  of 100-  OOO.-acrea.a year'go-out of cultivation'  for .sporting, 'purposes; ��� that   is;  for,  shooting, andAflshing, and .for.deer  'parks Wde;.by the wealthy and landed glasses*, With nearly a. million unemployed r men,  walking   about;   and  these bare  acres' of England   waitinjr  tp be, tilled,-'it '.seems, a  crime'to mc  thatqthis .idle land should'not be' linked'to idle labor.'" ,Th'e�� people of'England   have a,-birthright  in their ow*ii  soil, and that'Ms why in inv speeches-  and   pamphlets   I-refer -to" them   as  the . 'Born-robbed.* "     Thev   have   no'  right to live, and it the landed classes  in   England   ehoose  to  turn' them all  out to-morrow  they  would have  perfect legal power to do'so.    With my  knowledge of farming, and my experience  on   the  land,   I  am  quite  convinced  that  I would soon  bo able to"  teach e>yt*ry man' under my charge to  mitkc his own living on the land.  -   "My   main   idea    in    the   1-1 ungor  y..rch is this: If'we can get, say'; 10,-  000 smen marching about the country  and agitating wo are sure-to make an  impression     on    the    authorities'   in"  time.      The    people    themselves    will  have a species oJ grand holiday at the  be��t season of the year.    Wc' are takr  ing our men to all the 'swell' seaside  resorts,   such   n's   Hastings,   IVexhill,  Brighton -and elsewhere, and the process of education is going on.   Wherever we go.  we find  the  public sym-1  pathetic;  though,   of  course,*'the "police and,the authorities are generally  opposed.   In London, several-promin--.  ent  persons   have    already   come   to  speak from our platform and we think  the  plan  we   have  nclopted -of giving  the workless men and women a grand  national -holiday   at   the   public   expense, a very effective way 'of calling  attoution   to   the    unemployed   problem."  imiision  of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo-  phosphites shoufd always be  kept in the house for the  following reasons:  First���Because, if any member  of the family has a hard cold,  it will cure it.        s ,  Second���Because, if the children are delicate and sickly, it  will make them strong and well.  Third��� Because, if the father  or mother is'losing, flesh and  becoming thin and emaciated,  it will build them up, and give  them flesh and strength:  '/bartfi���Because it is the  standard remedy in all throat  and lung affections.     ['  No household should be without it."  ,p ���  Send this advertisement, toertt.er with name  of paper In which it appears, your address and  four cents to cover pestaae, 2nd we will send  1 you a "Complete Handy Atlas of Uie World."  1 ,        .scorr&.Bow'NE  120 Wellington Street W���' TORONTO, ONT  A  WOMAN'S  INFLUENCE.  ' BEAUTY'S   BACKGROUND.  Lady , Auckland ' Has    a. New   Notion  r About House Furnishinos.  1    '    . ��� tj  Lady Auckland, who has opened��an  antique furniture shop Iu London, 'has  a   theory   that a   woman's  beauty depends no more 011 bcr,f>kin. hair, hear-'  ing or even diess than It does on her  background, _ Uerr   surroundings.   ' She  must   have   ber   house   furnished, to  match her complexion.r,     '       '      ' ' ''  ���'The pa'inthigs of'the old masters are-  itheliest gplile ro artistic 'furnishing,"  says ��� Lady   Auckland.'. "Tl*ey��� never  made the' mistake of'picturing a woman "with a hacKsrround  that,'didn't'suit  lier ' coloring.    Most   modern   portrait  painters are wise enough' to consider  the'siller's   type   when ��� devising   the'  background. "In ,a portrait,of a woman  I   know  all  the   settings  are of  soft  brown   velvets fond- tawny   furs,  just  lighted by the gleam of'the gold chair  she sits JlnAiad  of a tall copper vase  at ,her side.   It   brought out   and  yet  harmonized   with   her 'eyes  and   hair.  Vet that   woman  has   the ill   taste  to  have her drawing'rooms furnished riri  blue.  They don't exactly quarrel with  ���her coloring, but thoy   make   her just'  commonplace. Jn the picture she Is dis-  tlngtilslied - simply'  because   of those*  .tawny hi-owns about her.       ��� .���    0 ' \  . "Thewoman who has Titian red hair  must,have a-.-TitIatieseiue 'background  'of   soft- r���uby  and   gold   velvets./The  pastel fglrl.' with   her pale'^lden   hair  and  Hghtv blue eyes,   would  Jbe extln-  igufshed In a'room'of warn! colors.. Set'  tings 'of "pastel blues, pinks or greens,  on   the 'contrary. - bring   ber   out -and  make  her   lovely   and   alluring..   It-4s  perfectly marvelous that women don't  consider tbelr.colorlng mprc In furnish  Ing tbeir homes.   That's, why thoy need  beauty specialists to do it for tb'etn."    -  "But what are people to do," asked a  listener,   "when   there   are   dnugbfers  who differ in their complexions?  Shall  papa   furnish -the   drawing   rooms   to  suit the pastel daughter or the Titian  daughter?    Shall   he buy  draperies  to  'go with* tbe blond'or the brunette?"  "That tvotilil' he, a problem,"  replied  the beauty specialist.  Effect   It   Produced   on   Her   Husband's  Business Affaire.  A delegation of young men lately  waited on their employer's wife with  the oddest request on record. "Yon  see, madam," said the'spokesman, "we  want to have a half holiday every Saturday Now, if you will be particularly nice to Mr. Page for a few days  we'll go to bin: and ask"���  '"Gentlemen," the lady haughtily Interrupted, "do you Imply that 1 do not  understand what is due to mj husband?"  '"Oh, I know all about It. tnaflam,"  the spokesman went on. "I'm married  myself. Things go wrong In the house,  and you're tired and cross at breakfast.  Then we sufTer at the office. You stay  up late to chaperon your daughter at a  ball, and we have more trouble'at the  office. You're a bit cross three, mornings Iri succession for 'one reason or  another, and we .have a���s���terrible  time at tho office. 1    ''  "You see how. the'ma Iter stands and  how greatly you will oblige us by being more than usually agrceai.fe to Mr.  Page for three i cr four dnys. The  fourth day give Jilm the best breakfast  you can���everything that he likes best  ���and we'll g��t what we want In three  minutes. ' ��� '  "Talk about i woman having no Influence In the business! Why, the humor she's In has more effect, than a  bank failure or a boom tn trade."  'She thought she ought to be angry,  but insteadtsbo laughed and agreed to  the proposition, and four days later  when th��y waited,,on the head of tbe  firm he made tho closing hour 12  o'clock and ''said uever In -the history  of the firm had things run ast.satisfac-  torlly asthey had'during thc.last four  days.���London Tit-Bits.     ' ���    A   -  NEWFOUNDLAND  PAYS TRIBUTE  TO THE    GRAND    WORK    DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS ARE   DOING,  AN INSOLENT DOCTOFt.  Fishermen Regard Them as a Boon to  Mankind���Mr. Frank Banfield tells  How  They   Cured   his   Backache.  Garnish, Fortune Bay, Nfld., (Special)���A,mong the fishermen heie. who"  through exposure to wet and cold are  subject to tho-e pains and aches  wliioh come from diseased Kidnevs,  Dodd's Kidney Pills- are looked upon  a-5 a positive boon to mankind. Thev  arc neve*r tin;d of telling bow tliei'i  .Haeknchcs and their Rheumatism vanish be-fore the great Kidney remedy  - Among many others, Mr., .Frank  nanfield, after years of suffering, has  lound relief in Dodd's Kidney PilK,  anil here is what he is( telling hi*  friends .-���- '  "I find Dodd's-Kidney Pills'the best  medicine for Backache J have ever  ue'ed. T only used two boxes and they  Clued me of Backache I had had, for  five years, ft started through a strain  My father's back also bothered him,  anil he got" some relief from one pill  I gave,ihim. Tliey were too precious  to give him more. . All persons suf-  feiing from Uacknehe should u>-<.  Dodd's  Kidm'y  Pills."  Why do Dodd's Kidney Pills cure  Backache? Simply because Backache  is Kidney 'ache, and Dodd's K/'dnev  Pills positively cure nil,Kidney 'ache'i  and ills. Thirfr has 'Iwnn proved in  thou-ands of ca��es in Canada. If von  haven't used them yours.-H ask vour  neighbors. ., ,  IT COSTS YOU HOTHIHG  TO TRYCIH PILLS  Write for Sample Box, Free i��  You Mention this Paper.  If    you    have    Kidney   or   Madder  Trouble,  Pain   ia    tho    Back,    Swollen.  Hands and  Feet,  Rheumatism, Sciatica.  or Lumbago, we  want you to try Gin.  Tills at our expense.   Just mention tnat  you saw  our free offer ia this paper  and ask for a sample of Gin Pills.   Wo  will send it to you free of charge.   Wo  ,' know   that   Gin   Pills   will   help   your  trouble���and cure you.  j Being a Eufferer from my Kidneys anil  j DiT-zincs? in the head, and couid get  1 nothing to help me, I saw in the papers  j what good Gin Pills wen* doing. I gob  i a sample box and they did,mo so much  I good I bought three boxes and am taking  * them.      They have worked wonders ou  me.    I recommend thera to any similar  j sufferer. ,   GEO. AaEROWX, Hamilton5.  ���      i'  i.i..  ROQUEFORT   CHEESE.  Worms in children,' if they be not  aCtended to, cause convulsions and often death. Mother Graves' W'oim  Exterminator will protect1 the' children from these distressing afflictions.  Simkins���Oh, sir,! Was that a banana'peel you slipped ou ?  Cinbb���Did ye-think it *.\ns a piece  of  sandpaper ?���New York Telegram.  Oil  52erous coughs. Extremely  pous coughs.   Coughs that  and tear the throat and  Is-    Coughs that shake the  |Ic body.   You need a regu-  iedicine.ua doctor'smcdi-S  for such, a cough.   Ask  doctor  about A vet's  irry Pectoral. .  u   A   "Tree"- Tale.  Many   stories   have   been  told   concerning Mr. Beerbohm Tree, who has  just   given   n   new   interpretation    of  Mephistopheles.    The actor-manager's  passion   lor   realism   is   well   known,  and one day during the rehearsals of  "The, Tempest,"   which,   as everyone  knows,  opens   with   a  gale  at  sea,  a  furioujc-   storm   was    actually - raging  outside, and grett gusts of wind and  rain   made   themselves   hoard   repeatedly.    Mr. Tree was specially anxious  that   the  opening   scene   of  the   play  should  be rendered  as true to nature  ns   possible,   and   time  after  time  he  made the men whose duty it was to  support   to   the   audii-nce   the   ungovernable   fury   of   the'elements   repeat'  their   efforts       Presently    a   blinding  flash of lightning, followed by a deafening peal of thunder, swept through  a   narrow   window   above   the   scene  dock     afid   - illuminated     the    stage.  "That's better," announced Mr   Tree  "but 1 still think it might bs improv-  ed  upon."   "If you   please, sir."  observed   tin*   mnstpr-carperitcr,   mildiy,  "that was a real one."  BABY'S WELFARE  MOTHER'S CHIEF CARE  Evcrv mother is naturally anxious  that her little ones shall be healthy,  good nalured and bright."- . Every  mother can keep her little ones 111  this condition if she will give them  an occasional dose of Baby's Own,  Tablets. These Tablets cure all  stomach and bowel troubles, break  up colds, destroy worms and make  teething easy. Equally good for the  new bom baby or the well grown  child. Mrs. W. E. Stewart. St. George,  N. IJ.. says:���"I have used Baby's  Own Tablets for my little ones foi1  several years and have found them  reliable in till emergencies. I cannot  praisi* lhe Tablets too highly." Sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at. 2j  cents a box fiom the. Dr. Williams'  ^Medicine Co.,  Brook*.ille,  Out.  Carsone���So you've b.*en introduced  to the oil mngiuite's daughter. What  soit of a girl  ii she5  Gebhnit���Gushing '���Young's Magazine.  How  the   Green   Mold   and   thu .Flavor  - ,,,   Are  Produced. ',     ,. f 0  A  cheese  expert' has "the'- following  to^spy.about'Icoquefort cheese?  "To-make ISocpiefort, cheese 'we must  bare tho proper raw material���sheep's  milk. Of, course we have .sheep dn  America, but show m'e'a. Yankee farm-'  er who would go to the trouble of milking' sheep! 'It is even too much for  bimAo milk cows, and it is the standard lamentation of, all our farmers  that Uie boys, even if they stay on the  farm, do not want to do any milking.  Before they do such kind of w.ork, they'  would rather go to a business^'school or  a college where they study agriculture,  chemistry, etc.     '   ���   -  "How is . Roquefort cheese cured?  The mold In the cheese is produced by  moldy breadcrumbs which are'ground  to a. green' dust and mixed in the  cheese curd. , The country around  Roquefort Js_ very rocky. ' The lime-c  stone roclvSTare'full, of crevices and  caves, which draw. In the* warm air In  summer, give it out In winter', and vice  versa. -   .       A   ��A  "These caves have been provided by  nature and imprjjvprt by- cellars that  have been .built'in such a way that  these natural, currants of.'warm and  cold air t pass through -. them.. where  Roquefort cheese Is. cured. This is the  way that Boquefort checse'ls ripened"  and pels Its "peculiar1 flavor and character, li is all-very well for tbe scientists to .study".the chemical process  which the cheese is 'undergoing, but, to  produce this process, in an artificial  way is another questlpn. N'ature Is  the best chemist  "The manufacture of 'Roquefort  che<*se has been tried in America, but  llu* manufacturers did uot make much  of a sueeessci Xobotly manufactures  Uoepicfcrt in America at present. We  know of ouc manufacturer who tried to  make Roquefort cheese of goats' mils,  lie boasted especially that lie would  use onlj" the milk of 'imported' goats,  .lust think of the Ideal' Imported goaTS  grazing on American pastures were  espocted to give bettor flavored milk  than domestic goats. It is the climate,  tbe special soil, atmospheric Influences,  etc. which produce the fine fragrant  grass. The milk of the cows cor goats  or sheep Is naturally the product of  the grass they are eating, the water  (bey are drinking.' and neither this nor  tbe climate nor the country can lie Im-'  ported to America���only tlie product  which the climate or country produces.  That Ls.why neither Jbe American  Camcmbert nor Rocpiefort ever has the  flavor or fragrance of tbe Imported article In spite of all the imported goats  or Imported cattle-or even of imported  microbes."  The   Latest   Stationery    Fad.  Don't mark your .stationery ���ahv  longer with a monogram. That in out  of cktau. The latest symbol ' is tlie  thumb mark. It is -engraved in .gold  oi; silver and has all the v'a'lue of a  Beitillon maik of identification. Sta-  tiejjiers'who have introduced this way  of marking usG,the prints in the centre of ii correspondence 'caid , and  about���half an inch from the top Ho  make them most effective. The thumb  is ftoinetimes printed in red or blue,  .although the "metal colors aie. more  yopulnr.���New .York  Sim.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive' Svrup is!  I agreeable to the Lisle and is a certain  rcliefvfor irritation of the throat tluit  causes hacking cduphs. , Tf used nr-  ordtng to directions' u will h'n-ak  lhe, most persistent cold, and',rp-,'toio  the air passages to their normal'healthy, condition. There; is no need to  jecommend it to those familiar \yith  it. but to those who seek a sure/remedy-and-are in'doubt what to,use,  the" advice is���try Dickie's Sv'rup.  , (l :   ,-   ,'    ���  A German peddler rapped -timidiv  at the kitchen entrance. Mrs Kelly,  angry at being interrupted -in " her  washing.- flung open tho. door, and  glowered  nt him. ���        '       >  . '  -   ''Ditfo.yez   want to   see, ine ?"��� she  demanded  in  threatening  tones..-'  The' pedlar backed oft a few sthps.  "Veil, f if. [  d,ul,"  ho   .assured    her  with .an  apologetic  grin,   "I  got  mv  vish,   thank   you."���Everybody's   Magazine. - A   '" .   ,     '    ' -  1 ' ,  ' Repeat it:���"Shiloh> Cure \vill  "always cure my coughs,and colds.V  "She msed'to think women should  dress like'men."-? " ,  "What caused her to change- her  opinion?."r ' , ' '  "She-found out lib iv lilde men'*  clothes  cost."���Houston  Post.  In&tances    of   the    ftudeness    of   the |  Famous   Abemethy. j  Th&   Duke   of    Wellington,    havirip j  in<jpted on seeing Dr. Abrrnethy out 1  of hi? usual nouts and  abruptly en- i  'tenner  Kis   room,   wa-   ai-ked   bv   tin-  doctor how he got in. "By dial df.or,"  was   tbe  reply.     "Then,"   said   Aber-  nethy.   "I   recommend   you   tu   make  your exit by the ,ame way."    He refused   to .attend George   IV.  until  he  had delivered his lecture at the hospital,   in   consequence   of, which   be  lost a naval appointment.   To a lady  who complained tliat on lidding her  arm' over her head she  felt pain he  t said, "Then what a fool you must be  to hold it'up1"   He was'fond of calling people   fools.     A   countess   consulted  him, and he offeied her some  pills,  when she said she could  nevt-r  take a pill.    "NAt take a pill.    What  a fool  you must be!"  was 11.e  courteous reply.  A farmer cf immense bulk came,! Sit down right now aad write us for  from a distance to consult him, and, j the froo sample box so you can test Gin  having ?ivei. an'account of his daily ! PiHs'yourself. Mention this paper,  meals, ' which showed an immense j Gin Pills aro sold by dealers all over  amount of animal food. Abernethy {Canada or direct at 50c a box���C for  said': "Go away, sir J, I won't i\i- \ 52.50. Defpt.N.TJ.,Nalioiial Drug & Chem-  tempi to prescribe for such a  hog'" f icalCo.,Limited,Toronto., 119  A loquacious, lady he siltfneed by tejl- j  ing her to put put her tongue. She ���  having done so, "Now ki-ep it there j  "till I have done talking/' said Abernethy; A lady having brought her,;'  daughter, he lefuscd to prescribe 'Ju'r j  her, but told the; mother to let'the I  girl lake 'exercise, T Having received I  his guinea, he f-'ave *he shilling to \  the mother and said, "Buy the girl a j  skipping rope ai you go  along," 1  When the Duke ijf York consulted i  him he 'stood whittling, with his hands J  in his packet's, and; the duke is'nid,,;  "I suppose you know who 1 aniitt' j  "Suppose I do," was the uncourtlv ,  reply. "What of that?'/,- To a gentle-,  man who consulted him for an ulcer- j  ated throat and wanted him,fo  look  "A  1 ���. 1  at it he said,-"How dare,you suppose  that I would allow y'ou to blow your*  stinking,   foul, breath   in   my   face?"  But sometimes he. met a Tartar.  ,A gentleman who could not succeed  ; in getting t.he doctor to .listen' to his  ' case  suddenly   locked   the  door,   put'  the key in his pocket and took out a 1  'loaded   pistols    Abernethy,    alarrricd, |  a��ked   if  lie   meant   t'o  murder  him   I  No.   He only wanted him to listen (0  his case and,, meant  to  keep him   a  prisoner (ill he did,   The patient and  surgeon     afterward   ��� became     great  friends.      ��� ���' .  , The   "Father"   of   the   Congress.  A prominent layman' at tlie recent  Church Congress in England-.cab Earl  Nelson, -chose, constant attendance at  the, congress over a long 'period of  years m&kps' him one of the fathers  ot that institution. In spite of his  34 years L'ord , kelson vis extremely"  .active, 'and takes a keen interest, iu  religious atW ' philanthropic enterprises. H<* enjoys (he distinction'ot  having held h'is, title in three different reigns. Tn fact,"Lord Nelson cams  into the 'title so long ago that he is  frequently confused with the hero ftf  Trafalgar, i- A poor old woman was  once taken to church to see the present earl, and the friend who was.witli  her, was at great pains to describe his  lordship's appearance .beforehand.  "Oh." exclaimed tbe,.old lady. "y,ou  needn't tell me all Ihat.' I shall know  him directly I,set eyes on him." ''Indeed I" said the other. "And pray  how will you recognize him?" "Why,  by his one ,eye an" one "'arm, of  course,"  replied the  daiiie.     ���  -       $5.00  T  ' ,1 HE gift that combinesjbeauty  and usefulness is naturally the  most pleasing.  TOUCH a. gift would be this  ,   Carving Set shown here.    The.  set consists of the carving knife,  fork and sharpening steel.,  1 HE handles are genuine  Buckhorn and contain the  finest Sheffield hand,, forged  steel blades. ,��� Enclosed in 'a  velvet lined; case  $5.00  r\ .' *        'A  vlyUR catalogue is yours for  the asking: '  Ry���rie   Bros.  LIMITED,'  -134-1,38-138  Yonge  St..  TORONTO  ���V  A J-1'1    j-A^I  A*;,    -hfe-fl  '���'J    ' j >'.��*��  :-���/��'��� "W  'foil- ..">;  .'- Ti; , , f^l  " 1 ..L,.,   '   , '-7,**  ;. ;; \:-y  :y;s   <y  jfllLUANT ���  \L  &i  ffp*��  ''""W  !'   h'  K>*B  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Garget,in  cows. ���  BOOMERANG   INVENTIONS.  Insane Solicitor's Client.  A feoliditor who is an,inma|te of the  Somerset Lunatic' Asylum at Cotford.  England, has. written to the Taunto  guardians,, asking them to release  another inmate, who, he declares, i.i  sane.7 In referring, the-matter, to. the  medical officer ,recently-the chairman  said that it was the first time* he had  ever7 hen7n\ of a lunatic applying ' far  mother's-, releaAV  w.  yers  publish our formula*  9  -Wo banllh nlcohol  from our mcdlclnoa  Wa ur3�� you to,  ooiiflult your  cloctor  mens  Burial of Sir John Moore.  The city of C'onutua. "here Sir John  Moore was killed, is a seaport at j tho  entrance to tbe estuary of the Mero  river, .'515 miles northwest of Madrid.  The:'famous poem by Charles Wolfe  Is a misrepresentation of tbe scene of  the btirlnl, for Moore was not burled  tit night with "our lanterns dimly  burnlticr." but in the early morning of a  rainy day, and the assemblage of Eng-  .  .     - ���-.�� -.V.V.V,..-    nsh officers round the grave was dis  iiJl,r"!M11,r if he know5 I nersed bv heavy artillery tire from the  thLsIuVi,ithn.yerS.PJl!s,-rorCOr* 1 Kronen batteries, the gunners,mlstak  doctor will tell you that a mediae Ayer s Cherry Pectoral cannot  abest work if the bowels are con-  Repeat  tt: ���"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure    my   coughs   and   colds."  Sister Siiiout~~~lV.   little    Claudio  Shinpaw  is an nncrel now  Hi other   DicEoi -  pi'/.oued  fly   paper  ��� Ya-i'm.    lie  and   floo!���Pud  eft  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria.  "My ��� observation." said the sage,  "leads' me to the conclusion th.it the  more wealth one gives away the Inora  wealth,  one-has."   '  -   A        '  '      1      A  "It's just exactly tiie same 1 way  with kisses," niunmired one of hi?  listeners, a demure little?- miss who  was sitting by a big rinin'with A beard.  ���Detroit Free  Press. 7  Cllsthcncs introduced the_,custom of  ostracism nnd was the first to be.banished thereby.  Matthew ITopkins. the witch finder,  was himself tried by his own tests  and put to death ns a wizard.  Ludovlco Sforza, who invented tbe  Iron shroud, was the first to suffer  death by this horrible torture.  Pcrillos, who invented the brazen  bull for PbalarK. tyrant of Agrlgen-  tum. was the first person baked to  death in the horrible monster.  The Regent Morton of Scotland, who  invented the maiden, n sort of guillotine, was the first to be beheaded thereby. This was in tho reign of Queen  I-ilizn belli.  The bishop of Verdun, who invented  the iron cages, too small to allow ilhe  person confined in them to stand ;up-,  right, c-r lie. at full letigtb, was the  first to'be shut up in one.  TheA'pehiere was an Instrument for  throwing stones of. 3,000 pounds In  weight, anil the mveutor fell a victim  to his own invention by the accidental  discharge- of a perriero against a wall.  Diagnosis.  When your thoughts won't turn.  �����    Anil your elg  lamps  burn.  And the tip of \our nose ia red,  .       hnd there's no dry reef  In your handkerchief.  ,  And your comforts all  hav'e fle-3;  When you  cout*;li  and sneeze.  And  your proboscis  Is minus the sense of smell,  And n beer tastes good  As a rieky would.  So far as >our taste can tell;  VTlien a Rood cigar  And a slngie are  Alike In their rich bokay:  When your throat Is parched.  And  your temper starched.  And your nope just  runs away���  That's hay  fever.       '  ���Buffalo Nawm.  Men should  look for this  Tag on  Chewing  Tobacco. It  guarantees the high quality of  i  A   Busy   Man.  ''The siexton  peeled   potatoes for  Hi's. wife, and peeled  them well.  He.then peeled o/T his jacket and  Began to. peal the bell.  -Pittsburg Post  Getting  In  Line.  "You never have won a medal for  bravery, have you?" she sneered.  "No," he" replied,''"but I'm going to  earn one right-now. Will you be my  wife?"��� Browning's Magazine.  Tommy's First Voyage.  "Pa," said little Tommy  Just to raise a -rumpus,  "Does the captain put on boxing gloves  When he'.goes to box the compass?"  ���New Orleans Times-Democrat.  To  Strengthen  the Nerves  MAKE NERVE FORCE FROM RICH  RED   BLOOD,   AND    BANISH  .DISEASES  OF  NERVES  ���WITH  Dr. A. W-Chase's  Nerve Food  Nerve force, like electricity, ia hard  to explain.  One thing is certain. Nerve force  can only be created from nch, red  blood.  Make the blood right and you cure  diseases of the nerves, =uch in bead-  ache, indigestion, sleeplesiiio-^, i:�� i-  tability, weakness of the bodily organs, prostration and partial paru-  lysis.  Thi3 is the only way actual cure  can possibly be brought about and  because Dr. A. \V. Chase's Nerve Food  is a great blood builder it acvom  plishes wonderful reaulU in the1 cure  of diseases of the nerves.  Mrs. Nooran, 19 Sui.liyan street.  Halifax, N.' S., writes:���  "My daughter was -troubled last  spring and .summer with tired, listless feelings. She seemed to have no  energy, was very pale, had no appetite, and- became very' nervous and'  weak. We were much alarmed about |  her, as nothing seemed to do her any :  good. It was not long, howev��r. aftei  beginning the use of . Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food until we began to see a  marked improyesment in her condition.  Her color got. hotter, she gained in  weight and vigor, and-her whole system, seemed to be built up. She is  quite well now, .and we join in strongly recommendihg Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food."       A ���  The old' saying that "an ounce of  prevention is worth a pound of care"  is nowhere "so applicable as in diseases  of the nerves, and there was never  so effective a preventive as Dr. Chase's  N��-rve Food. 7 This is bcjiiig proven  overy day in thousands of cases.  Portrait and signature    of    A.    W.f  Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book  author,  on   every   box.     50   cents   at  all dealers, or   Edmanson,    Bates &  Co.. Toronto.  . ,   v.       The'Best He Could Do.  There   used  to be  an eccentric  Lin- j  dividual   in   Maine   who', was   never  'known  to express an  opinion on  any J  subj'ect. Being cnlled as a witness in |  a lawsuit fo testify concerning the I  reputation of the defendant, the lawyers on both sides failed to obtain, a  "direct answer to any of the questions and finally appealed to the  court.  Regarding the man sternly, the  judge said in his most impiessive  tones: "AVitness, I am going to ask  you a question, and I want you to  give me' a direct answer. Ts the defendant a .good  man?"  "Them that likes him says he is;  them that don't says ho ain't," was  the reply.  Still.-Useful.  A small girl, lost at Coney Island,  was kindly cared for at the police  station until her parents should ' be  .found. The ma Iron, endeavoring to  keep the child contented, had given  her a candy cat. with which she  played happily all day.  At night the cat had- disappeared,  and the matron inquired if it. had  been lost.  "No." said the* little maid. "1  kep' il most all day. But then it got  bo dirty T was 'churned lo look at 't,  so I et it."  If everylliitig else i-,\ tlie  -house did its share of  the work sis well as  ee  Black Mlgm  Stove Polish  very few women would  complain of the housework.  "Black Knight" does away  with the ere-rlusting  rubbing and polishing. It  shines quickly and the  hottest fire can't dull its  bright, fresh polish.  Always ready for use for  Stoves, Grates and other  Ironwork. <���c  It's the best polish and the]  biggest can for the money.  Send dealer's name and 10c  for full size cnu If you enn t  0 get  "Elicit Kal(rtit" iu your  town.  The T.T.DAUEV CO. LlHITtO.  IUHI1T0N, Ont. t  \n  C * 1  1   fZ  '        1   L  *'i  A  1  f  ^ r i  .',   "  AI  More Than a Hint.  As a gentleman ��n^ having hi?  luncheon in tho coffee ror-m of a  small hotel he was much annoyed h\  another visitor. Mho during the wh-ilo  meal -,tood with his, back to the tin* ;  warming himself and Mulching him j  partake of ,his  repast. j  At length, tumble to fnduro 1'. an;. ;  ionger. Jif* ransr the bell and -aid j  "Waiter, kindly turn that gentleman 1  round. I think be is done on thai '  side."  The hint wa- taken.  Discarded Papers.  Tn Belgium the nuli'md- have ��  systematic method of collection cf  newspapers left in lh>* cars, and th"  papers are aftei .wird turned to nc  count The \e.11A colU^-tion. it i-  siiid. amount-; to 100,D00 kilogram- or  about 100 tons. After. l"Miig ic-dncfil  to pulp the pap'-r is remanufnefured  into rough paper for waybills; of the.  state lilies, and the tickets, are also  said to ��� be. obtained .from tlie . old  h'owspapers. ,  Ingenious Arthropod.  "Hurry up there!" shouted Noah  to the-ceiitiped. y  "Well, 'I'm just, about all in." remarked the' clever animal, making  use of a play upon words.  A  Bad Habit. :  "No." growled.'Jigsby,- "1 don't like  that coat at all.       don't want it."  "But," protestcfc the tailor, "tho only;:  trouble with it is ,;hat It's too largo for  you.    I  cau altei   it���make it amaller  for you." 7 .... ���  "IF-you   do''th it.'you'll  merely  con  tract a  bad habit,  that's all."  Vigorous Talk.  ADiggs���Smith's    wife    is   deaf    and  dumb:.   ltiggs-Poes she? talk with her  fingers?     Diggs--1. think   so.      Smith.  hasu't a do2..'u hairs left in his bead.  Unshrinkable  for Women  'is a  luxury,-,as-,'well as  a winter  necessity.  It holds its shape, with  unwrinkled grace ��� and  always fits .perfectly,  because it is absolutely  unshrinkable.  Stanfield's Underwear  comes in 3 winter weights  ���and all sizes from 22  to 70 inch bust measure.  At all dealer's. 146.  "-#  At3:  '��S#vA-  'HA  -iASA  ASA'..  ^: 11  W.    U.    U.    No.    715. 'r -J* "^���*  (���" (A ��� ,     v-  '.>, v * -.l*  *.J4 ris<Hji.'._  '  A*: ���i" V -' ~i��  " h '+".-.,"7*-, ���  -..f  ���',*,*<-;*��� ���  'i  ���."  ,'"��V��.  ���"A   *<;v  T  ME LEADER, MOYIE, KRITISH COLUMBIA.  *!;  hi.. :  ,;. ��-  AA-VA ;a Aa  iL, A :��>",*���'-'A ,  yy* yy ty  m wm LEADER.  Take notice that I intend to ap-  _ .���- -���-��� ���-- ] ply to the -np#r��-Cenaent, of Pro-  Pnbltohed in the interest of the people*! vl"lkl P,,lice   after   TUirtir   du5"s  of Moyie and JBasi Kooteuay.  a-y/KAAp  v-'Vif A'^V:"4'  ','. -  ^    at#. ... s-v  > i-  ,�� i * v., ..,��,.,  r'*. '-::*   ��*,,-�� A.  V ���- t,,!"!,)?.,,,,  . *,, , -.,*' .     f -Ii  ^vv^'*1' .* y  a:?-.,.   **��� -  'ij,  , I��� �� M ^ l.W��� -  . .-- '-. < :'.   i   ' -r~"  i"  A i  P.  J.   SMYTH.  PUBUSHBR.  katk   or   SUBC-KIfllOS  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  xxvirding aud Day Sfhool cinduci-  ed b_j ii*<< Si-ters of St. Jose ph, Neluon  Si. C ^Commercial and businesr  .-curves a bpecialtv. Excellence am'  ���nvift .progre,--- charactenize each de  "International lloiel," ICingsgate- J pari men t. Parents should write foi  B.   C. ' Ditrliculars.    One month   assures   the  October 23ud, 190S.    Albert Mutz    public of   t'be   Ujc^rongbness   of   tin-  SiAere' methods of tendisug. Tcrmt-  I'lmm nc;e January, April and Sept  Pupils am adniitliJd dtiriuti term   '  i fiom the first publication   of  thi*  I       . '  i notice for a renewal of my licence  j to .sell intoxicating liquors  byre  jto.il ou the prerntiHS knotvn as the  ���p?y^y% Que Year:.." $2.00  ���.%&$$$*&*:���       SATURDAY, N  HrrtS/.^fttiL','*,        "  'St A ti ^i^- ��� =  OV. 21, 1908.  Prohibiticniots    are     leminded  that , an    apple   did     the    world  cider fcli'at  NOTICE  Take notice that I intenc,! to apply^ the Snperintenda'nfc of Pro  vineial Police after Thirty days  from the fu-sfc publication of this  uotice fjr a. renewal o'f my licence  to sell intoxicating liquors by retail on the premises known as the1  "Iuternarional Hotel," Jloyie.  Oct. 22ud, 190S.      William Kydd  KO. O. F.  IVlllley I-odE* No.  4 1.  Meets Tuesday evenings in  McGregor  'lall   on   Victoria 'street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Henry Sait ���   '       F.J. S.mvtij.  .  JS'oble Grand. Stci'y.  EKESH  AND    CUKED  [ea  irelies   in  and all are  free from debc.  re another   town   in    tbe  \h-'$^'&yy:;<   Jiootenays that can say as  much?  !H^'A^I ".i.l.'*V;l h  can  I j-11 i'-Jii' n i.'t to ft' ���yoa.ia liquet..  lj.*i,V�� " *Ji* Tv   Iv ' , �����   . *  M^iV^vfli^^''*'^.''   . When Smith Curtis ran  for the  it&i'z>iJir!r&li,'-'\*      ..       >.'   '      ' ,   >   -  .    NOTICE   ';  Ttiko notice that I intend to ap  ply   to   the   Supei'hiteuilont    of  Provincial ' 'Police ' after^   Thirty  days  from   the   Ursb'' p'ublica,t;-ion  of tbis notice for a renewal of my  licenco,to sell intoxicating liqu'oi-  by retail  on-tlie'prem^s  knovvn  as the Cerft'rul Hotel iu Moyie.  October 22nd. 1 SOS. v'  Victor Desaulnier.  er  ��t. Hiiiteite X.o<lge No. 37.  K. of P.  Meets c-v?ry Thursday  evening    in    McGregor  hall at S' e 'deck.   Vi*-  iijng brolhcis united.  H. O.'Livesley, Hi. A. Hill  Chancellor Com.    '        ,   K. E.and'S,  Shoe Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  SOT ICE.  ,   i    a  T.ike notice tbat  we .intend to  tpply  to   tho , Superintendent  of  A.\D  p.  BURNS .  ;   [( Limted.���  MOYIE, "B.-CA  00  A.- I'i^tW^'^a*^  thing  again   at  tbe   election  on  i-%#:W^.*' *fo7. 12th.  '^tS'4^   *>'i  ���The Woi^treal  Star is guilty of  gyl'5 the   following:   "People  on    the  ���j ffU poist of Ireland ?aid they  could  Ifi'A? smell' our  foreet  fires,  but  weiv  is**       - - ' *  :��t 7i7 probably    mistaken.     Oaly    the  %'v/"}, smoke- from    a    campaign   cigar  *,�� ill'?  by retail on the   premises, known'  j*     \  as the Oo^mopoliojin Hotel, Moyie,  October 22nd. 190S."  , Frank E. RansdIne>','  -'      Alex Campbell.  NOTICE  -      i ,  Take notice tliftt I intend to ap  ply  tp  the     Superintendent   "of  Provincial    Police    after    Thit ty  cLjys   from   the   first, publication  y  b&pqSp+Ft.*<?4 would  he strong - enough   to go     AA-       t.     ^                    ' ���,   *  ^mm i'AAjt      '       �� <              ' y                  I of eihis noiice for a renewal of my  pA^7\^iS|''*Jjat A1'' .   '* '            r.         '>���        i / icence to sell intoxicating liquprs  kIa^'   vtv^ :"*'H                    A"      , by retail on  tha  premises   known  T. T.iMcVHtie.C.E.,        I* I.. S. II.' Y. Bfjrlver, C  i^cYITTIE & PARKER  TnoviNCiAL Land SuRvim.vc*  '"''(,  IIA11.WAY   Ji   SirsiXG   Ji.VGIXEISlijNG  Estimafes" Furnished.  , i j  "      '      OFFICES   \      "   ' *  .  / 0 . , f, "  " i <���  C < v^ i '  Fort Steele P. 0. Box, 25.- '      ' �� - ��  �� is     i. *" >����� /  1  Cranbrook P. O. Box ll!lf���  BUV YOtiis/  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 7i W. F,,of M.  .Meels in McGregor hall,1 every Saturr  Ia3r evening. Sojourning mem hers  are cordially invited to attend.    ,  Malcolm McNeill    Thos. E. Kelly  President.  '���'- , Secretary  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ncAn omen, toronto  B. E. WALKER, President 7     ,  ALEX. LAIHD, General Manager"  ESTA1JUSUE1) 1S07  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000'  Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000  /(fc'Ai-i'S"- :\\iri 'i   */  M^^;^A4pc  Harvey,     McCarter  &  ��� ��� ' -Macdonald.  1. ^ " o   �� -^  '  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  firanbrook,�� ��   --   B. C.  W. E.'iGURD,  JtATtKISTEIt, SOI.ICITOK, ETC.  CRANBROOK.  A %   *      - ,p\.  ,r  B. C  R. A. SMITH  ' SHOEMAKER,  MOYIE,   ,  B. C.  ' "     STOl' AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  C. H. DUNBAR   .  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Puhlic, Etc  "  - .Crahorodk, B.'C. '^  $i,$im   &y  iw   v'  .1   fl-^\S�� vn  The jniyat Calgary  the  other  itivf&fy&'ihh day .gave the Eye Opener'a stunu-  ','.: As' '^^''Ai. , - ��� ���  ing blow.   As citiz/ms.of .Calgary  '<!-  '���tii'-?L|5^!i' *liey pAl they desired to place on  ,';^!-'iWr:; records thoir ���di^a*.*provar o�� 'the  -   ��� .A^-pS'^Wr:; record-, thoir ���disapproval   o  ,r"��� #5%i!y^^V. bb-icene ' literature,    illusttv  as the IMoyie Hotel, Moyie, 1>. C.  October. 22nd. 190S.        ' '  .' . , '  .       -,     -.    i,   u , -'  P. F., Johnston.  AXs>\$ j&Z'1!' printed in the f nfcu:  "    il'],.**Vr,'"V-"A'> * " ���   l  '      ���''!,!*:; :tr.,     *7,-        nnu ......   .  ���*aa'a;, v ;���'  '$���     Tbe sp<?ciul'issue of  the 'Slocan  ^-;..V' M'��iQB F^view, published at New  , ���     . .NOTICE  itions      Take notice that T intend to ap  ply to the Superintendent of.Pro-  ty da^yp  of   fchifc  a Aice for a transfer j!vom  myself  to llausome   & .Campbell  of    my  licence ro sell intoxicating liqnois  hy retail on the  xireinises  known  ��s (lie Cosmopnliian,Hotel,'Moyie.  October 22Dd. 190S.  IIitrrylL. Dimock.  ,  DE. E. B:, MILES,   -;   ,  ' ,/  X>333H"lX'XS!i<U<.- "'   "  ".'���'-      ,i,-A "       '     > A  Cranbrook, B, C.  ,FROiI  -s-jj  A, B. Stewart". "&��� Co.  faeorge R' Thompson,-'  Jj.        ,", .    BAKRI8TKk,,60LlC.l'iPJt' t  (l 11 r   '   .    ,_        .     ^ ,   ^        '    '  -   v       '   tary Pubuc, <ic. /' -"      ' * "  " ,.    ,       ,      j.,  CRANBROOK, 7-1 British Colujjcia  W. R.-BEATTY^'  -i  ���   -Embalmer.and Unde.rtiiker,"'"' '-���.-���  Phone 9. "*   v      ," *    CRANBROOK  *v-V -, u.  ��<*>.  fBi  ���THE-  !*/'*Vi' beauties and the resources  of the  �������-'j,A jsamps of iNew   iJjnver,  S'tlvertou  24'' and  Sloem   City are  elaborately  ����*����-.W-..��V*' a ^ faithfully pictured.    Another  v��-3!*^4A-."y* feature is the photos of  men who  'jKVS^t'.'ffi.'i'-. " ' '   '-  i])V:>?v fi^l '- m.idci these camps. "    ,  ij1*^^ Aj|vA*'.   !rt^.J% W      F. E. -Simp-on, publisher of the  :tt  i'ch  ir.,-vv.- x*'-.-v, .    ;             . ��.��      v*.^.....     ^,k    late.  'M^.^'i^fc   Everyone will  wish  for a  speedy  ]CJAv;j;^:r   recovery for Mr.  Simpson, for * we.  !'JJli^"'?1'*^<*'   fiQd him an excellent citizen and  ; *v'?��-i ,*���    ?#       . i.  !\^v -oli'Si' "S   a power iu the journalistic fiald.  >l^''V?.-''>7  xi   -*^^ j     1*-U    '\tv  Any one who has ever lived and  e   a  f  i*. 1 -J ;j.-i*.*v   worked in ^I >yie alvj.iys   h.vv  ^(Jv''       "'' "'  \\ ^indly feeling for tlie place. A  dvyortwoago we received the  following letter, which is only one  of many similar ones which reach  this office; "My Dear Smyth-  Find enclosed express order fir -f2  amoimt <l,i3 lov your papar.  Please send for another year, as I  to hear from Moyie, the bjs!  tiing tmvu in British Golumbi.i."  NOTICE.  Take notice that wc intend to  .apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Puiicii after Thirty  days fri nil the first publication ol  this uo'rice for a renewal of oui  licence to sell intoxicating liquors'  by retail on' the premises, knowi  as the Ixootenay Hotel, Muyie.-  .October 22nd. 1908.  McTavisb it Cameron.   ,  A A  NOTICE. ^  T.ike notice that I intend to ap  Tlie Modesty of Women  Naturally makes them shrink from the  indelicate questions,- tlie obnoxious examinations, and unpleasant local treatments, which somo physicians consider  essential in the treatment of diseases of  women. Yet, i�� help can be had, it Is  better to submit to this ordeal than let  the disease grow and spread. The troubJo  is that so often tho woman undergoes all  the annoyance and shame for nothing.  ThotrsindsAqf women who have been  cured Ijj: Dr.AP-terce's Favorite Prescription wriw. in ^JVvirfciatlon of the cure  which' disirrfh^CSTvHh the examinations  and local treatment?^There is no other  rncdiiMne <n enre* find info for dr-h'-pu*  women as "Favorite Prescription" Jt  cures debiliti'.ting drains. irreguUinLy and  female weakness. It always helps. It  almost always cures. It is strictly nonalcoholic, non - secret, all its ingredients  being printed on its bottle-wrapper; contains no deleterious or habit-forming  -drugs, unci every native medicinal root  entering into its composition has the full  endor-cnK-ntof those most eminent in tho  several schools of medical pi actico. Some  cf ihese numerous and strongest of pro-  ie<csional endorsements of its ingredients,  -will bo found in a pamphlet wra{>|x;cl  around the bottle, also in a booklet mailed  free on rocjiifst, by Dr. lt. V. Pierce, of  IJuffalo, N. Y. ThcjjG professional nn-  dorsi-ment- should have far more weight  than any amount of tho ordinary lay, or  nou-piufcssioiial testimonials.  The- most intelligent women now-a,-tlays  insist on Knowing u hat they take as inril-  icliie Instead of opening their mouths liko  a lot of joung birds and gulping down  whatever Is oficred them, "l-'avorlto Proscription " Is j>f lisora cojirosinoN. It  makers weak woman strong and sick  women well.  Dr. Pierce's J.Iedieal Advisor I* fentfrre  on rf*ei;ipt of stamps to pay c>.ik-ii_sii of  mailing imlu. HencI to Dr. il. V. Pierce,  BulUlo, Iv. Y.( .11 one-cent, stamps for p.i-  prt -roverrd, or 5'i stamps for cloth-bound.  If siok consult tho Doctor, frooof charge  by loDi-r. All sue.lt communications aro  held sacredly confidential.  L)r Pierce's Pleasant Pi-llcts invigorate  ���*nd rcgulata stomach, liver and bowcla.  A      ���-NOTICE.  CRANBOOOIC  LAND   DISTRiCA  UISTRlCI  ">F -KAST KO0-J-1CXAY.  TA ICE nciti'oc tliat Oiimbriiiri Mlninq; cr>mtin!i*.  r.iTiiito.1 with lioiir] oflice (it -Voyii-, II. C. oc-  (Mir.afioivMjnli-.i; .Oomi'inuy, iiiti.mls to appl-  foriiurmiHnlon.to j/Urchusu 'ihis fullowiht.'- dei  oriljed lands.-���  -  Oommi-iieiYiir Ht a T'Ost. plmiteil on, Uie Km---  honudury of J.ot 76C2, Oronpt- .1, Kocitenay J>f��  Hot, H. C. 2:12 fi-er.'south VJ dcKruos 511 niinntt-  went from the North East, ficinmr of sulrl lo-  7ft'i2t tlifiioc- ���nlith Ifl dtvc'rees 53 minutes wes  UiSSADLKlEll     IJItCjg,    Popg. |,  Iiur^e sample room in connection  with house for cc mmereial men. Be  ol aicommodatione.  V  Headquarters  for   Commercial and MimngMun.  Queens avent'e,       .   moyie, ti. o  notice  cranboook: land district, district  op icuoti:n"ay. ' ���  TaKH no-icu Hint .Clmrlcs C. Farrcll, of  Moyie, Ii. u occunnuon Jllmor intend-., to ap-  p!j lor permission tov purchase the following  dcsuriljul lauds-���  Coiiimeiiii-.ig ��fa post planted on the iioilh-  CHtt coiner'of T.��t So7 2001, Group One (1),  Kootenay Dls-tnct; theDce east l -10 clmmy  thence sou'h 40 chaius, tSience-,\ est 10 c-linins  thence nor.h 10 chains to point of commence  mem mid containing IGO acies more or Itsi.  CHARLES C. FAKKELL.  Dated September loth, 190S,  INTERNATIONAL !,  HOTEL.    ','���-;*-  \ r *  This hotpl is .now -under now  management, and is first class*  in every respect.  [B. E.  TAYLOE, Mgr:  Victoria Street.      * - JrOYIF.  WHES" IN     J' ���     '   ;  v. '     .'  ���/ \.     '.   . CRANBRCOE  ' I--1 ���     v 'V,  E. n. SHALL, Manager.    '    .     '   t     ;  C (  Good rooms, good  tabloe and bar  "   , and 'first class "sample rwiis.  'Wiii'-Jejvell  ��� ���. -���  ��� - ��� ',  ���" ���  ��� Express and Gener- ���/  \al "Delivery-   Busi-:  ness.   ' Livery -jand .' '  Fee.d Stable.  WOOD   i AND    COAL  ' ������",' For Sale "''  ' A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TBANSACTED AT ALL'BRANCHES  DRAFTS  AND   MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by  , telegraph or letter.     ' '  COLLECTIONS made in;all parts of Canada and in foreign countries. '  .FOREIGN  BUSINESS.     Cheques and drafts'ori the United Stnt��  ,        Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold, 1!3  CRANBROOK BRANCH.'.';   ��� '.-.' A . . ���' ' p/T. BRyMNE^ m  Nothing 0(d = = =  3  ,   ,'' Everything.;New';'''>���[  '    ' i ' 0 1   ''  -'        ''   - l '  Before, deciding wJi'nt vou r-present  snail bo, en]]'on  RAWOKTH BtiOS.   The '"newest: hh&t best (are none' ton  good for ypuand- our^ prices  a��e',^ight.',' AVd are alwjm  pleased,to see visitoes aiid,,to show 6ut%i;i)ck.'  :  c  REPAIRS OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION.  ' \* H-        &" t-   '    *   ' *   -I f    r ^  I \ t ' r 'f, * "    Vt    ', ' ,      J ������ I ^  ' "���:7'RAW0RTH B^b'SiA"  0. 'P. I?. Walclr Jiispecicrs";^/, av;;^/'^.CRANBROOK. Jj  Jfoyie,"  Lea ve "Orders at*'    ,.     ~"  '  ,   A   \ s 7 ' a  Gwynne's Stor.e: 7 h,    . -\  '" .        British .Gu.utubia  NOTICE  CRANBROOlv UND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OKbOUT.'IEUN" DIVISION KAST K"0CJ1"};.S"A V.  TAKi: notice that X, .1. W. J-jtch nitc-ut foi  l-onl'ii L Kitclrof Mo\k',i II C ourii|inlIun  torekcc).ur lutuiiijh to apply- lyr penmvion to  Iiiirc-lm^L- tin- loliiiHiiiK ilcHiirliici laml ���  Uaniiiic'iiiii.' ut ii p.)--t jiliujlL-il .20 cli|..ln<.  -Oll'll Of till! N-nlh WCStCHllllT  of    pr.-cinpti,,,,  1JIVV. I. Mcnillili AldriiUuU, C. Ll oe   nortl  l(ii.'iiin.s;t'ii.ii. ..��� imh. ID olmliis- thence hoiul.  lOc-lialiik thi-ii'-e wost 10 cliiiins to point of  ������-i mi. ���ici'iiicjit, nnd i-oiiluiiniiK one liiimlrtrl  ���in 1 KM,, ii -c-s, raoru or less.  i.ouia.\ r.. riTcii.  ).i-r J. \\. ritch.  I1 Vi i: S<.pti.inli<T25, 100S.  SEND YPUR   WORK "TO/tIIE  .   KOOTENAY  \  STEAM,     v^,:' . '  LAUNDRY.  ; KELSpN.      , l  AU.WJiite Labor. ,,,  ^a^M:'-:ov '.   'A  aflfinu f   . to,"       {c ��     a G  ^M ^ - ' I 1     ' *"h^       "'   "*   ���"        l-V i��*        ��     ,   [        />    18^^t   v"     '  /  S. i M ( ^ (.  * *: 7:A^ '^ar^^ a&s��lr^Pt"' oK^;O^CABLTS land 'BABY'J ��� >J  , ,y\\,J ''���C&R&iAG^s.^yv'yjcp^ ..';V.  Cranbrook   Co-Operalive" Stores  LIMITED.  ��*3*d3<SeeCd9CC��)993  SM  Laave worjc with tli.9 local agent  A, B. STEWART.  .0   F. DE iAULNlER  'DEA.1ER  IN  .NOTICE.  ri: ishhook  laxii di.vm'.i^t, dntrici  II -CJCI 1 IIiIllN DIVI-slt>.N"i:\>>r KOOI'ENiV  TAKi: notice Hint I llunrj J. (. oopur .if Mcji,  ���'��� C ucr npmioii I'.ljcksuitli, inn-iicK t,) niipli  i.i-pcriui^ioii iopurci.u-.u tin- following ilcv  rihc .1 lru.cK.  Comnicrii.ii.'Unpost pluiilcil on the iuu  .ink of tlie Movie n\.ur ftliont liO jariln soiitl.  if the Little Movie river, tlieuce li-est io ehaiii^-  ���lieiiee N-ortli SOcimliis; ilienct- East COcliiiins-  noro or less to Moyie river, thence "soittli   uloiij  ��� i v(.|- bank to |ioin t of eommc-iiceiiieiit, contain  nig 100 uc'isa more or less.  *p��.i..ti..'.ioo8.'     '��EifaVJ.coorZii, a  GENTLEMEN���  If ypa Avant a stylish, np  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee  all  Our Work.  Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Eight.  C,A. FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. C  '     PROMPT  DELIVERY.  Queens' A'sre.      MOYIE  E    HOTEL, j  I ���   P. FAJOBftSTOJV,''*      .    >*.  I This Botel is New and well Furnished ; The  | 4-at,les are Supplied with the Best the  �� Market affords. The Bar is FilSdVwito  ��       .tHe-best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  HEADQUARTERS <FOR COKMERCIAL  I 'a AND MIN1NOMEK'  %   MOTJIC v    ��� r     ,"��� - ^- - '    ISJUTTSII COLI-DUIIA  c������9o��c3c����eae����������a-s����oeo����c��05a��a2��o����<2#����s����o�����������o  RAILWAY  Excursion Rates  From MOYIE   to  Victoria, B.C. $22.05  Selling dates Sppt.   10th  to  24th.  Final Return Limit, Sept. 30th.  ���ply to.'theSiiperiiiceiiil��nt :of ivl. |^.����civiisi..u��u?idai-yofsairj lot t.x-j, .nn.i f(;et  7t\7  viheial Poliuf* at'tev Thirty d;\y  from tiio fii-.sr, jnib'icMt.ioti. of tiii.-  uoticMi f .ii'ii re.TAv\i!c-if it:y li.'Hiic-  to ,h��11 int��� ixicvir inir licjiiois Ly re.  tail nn.ihf. pemi -�����* Wrio.rn i s tin  Ynhk Hotel in Ynhk,B. O.  (Jetoher 2Gcli, 1008.  jTohn E. C'ibLon.  thence Kiisl 3V2 feei; to the liluli water murk r-  lower *'oyie bike, tlicucc fcillowini,' the liiel  ���viiti-r murk- of lower. Moyl�� i.nkc in ti nortlu-rl-  ��� liro'-tioi-i ii ���llstmicii'Of Ilii 2 feet more or lee  i.i' iii.inr of eiiiiimeueeineiil, cuutiiiuin;; 1.;,'  ar-reK more or les.i.  CAMBRIAN" MfNTIN'fl   COMPANY, I.I.V1TE1.  (N.'I.N-i'KK.SONA I. LI A IH LIT V)  drill... A. JIuclCliy,    AgC'll  ATED September, .'iOtli 1'jOB.  NOTICE.  SOUTHERN"   DIVISION   EAST    KOOTEN W  '.ANIIIif.STllffJT.    DISTRICT (JKEA.ST KOOT  ���:nav.       a        -���.���'���  'i-A ICE notice Unit. William f.iuvson  nnd J,,),,,  -.Vurscljtnitt of Moyii;.' B.  C. oecnuiitioVi,  min  ���rs, .Intend to apply for permission to purcluis,.  he followiiif; clesc-.-rH.ior] land's:���  CotiuneiieiiiK atupost plimted   at  the  Knrtl  ���ast. eorner of lot H121  theiiee  twenty chain  vest folliiwlni'lhe north hou.ndfi.i-j-of said   loi  hence eighty i-linius nort.li more or less  to  tin  ''cjiith Ij.iiin.laryof fl. il.   i'owell'x Umber JJrni.  hence twenty chains east lnore or less  to'the  .-est shore of the Upper .Moyie    Lako thenca  -ollowiiiK said  west  shore Keitthwnrds to   tin  rioiiit of commencement.  WILLIAM LAWSOX,  JOHN WUKSCIl.MnT.  .iTED acjjtcmher 2Is(, 1908  Geo. R. Leask & Co.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Work is our Advertisemenl  Head   Office  Gli AKBROOK A  Bee  Nelson, B. C,   $4,65  Selling . dates Sopt 21st to   25th.  Final Ileturn Limit ,Sept, 20th.'  B. C.  V. iS. Licjdicoat, Moyie, B.'C.  G&t&t2SZ2ZZX3W&izttSaxu&xzr*����**xu.**-*~  VET YOUR  BREAD,   CAKES   AND  PASTRY  FEOM j|  ummers & Hamilton  New   Westniinster   or  Vancouyer.  Sell in r.'dates  .Sept.  20 Ao Oct  2  Filial Return Limit Oct. 7 th.  Corresponding .rates from other  points.Apply    to    local    ticket  agents for berth reservations, etc  . E. McPHERSON", G. P. A.  Winnipeg,  Man.  T. E. PRQOTOFl, D. P.A.-'.  Calgary, Alta;  Insurarice, Real  Estate, Collections  MBHMU'Wg


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