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The Moyie Leader Nov 28, 1903

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"'"0f ra'eron; '..left ; yesterday^ for  .'Nel'Eo'n'.a'nd the Slocan.   ',���'  '��� ^^^y^ohnaton'VasVh  an(l8pen.|;a cduple oi days; in-'tovvh- '  :" .1 oh'n''.McDonald';fwas down TrqAi; thp'  ���'^���pr.lh' Star ipine on a vi^iti'his weelc ���'.'  ;; ^rif o.a ;'''Caven''of.,C raahroolcJatteii ded'  thRrmapqaera,^;,]^  JJl4?lii i [|,v,,i3r, ..��� .Jlaryiir _ iyas in,; lb���wc'. iliie^ -^eek  ^,-;f-';i'.;k',:';:iv .1S|.jt,'1?^  ^J4aIl^aB;;^elI:;;EiHec(^  '-"���- "^ '"  ��� ' '���' '���"���" '���"'-'-���: ���''   ' '*" l,^1|^va,darice in.Oie; ball 'bn: iDe^pihcr  >;';;-';':y:^This'time'it^  ' :'.-.'-. .   ' '      '    ;'    ��� .'      ' :     ''.' '. '  ���'������?    ��� r      ' ; ',       ':      '"     ���  ���   .       ' ������'''���' '"'   '   '���   '' ��� '".���,.      i    '  '.  ' .'���''     -1     '���'  ���:L,ak^,;.of:tl3^.WoQa$:'Mim  '���������V^'l?  Jr��f\ .  ft��':i''  RV^/'^;.;w  ���-./I  r-'v ���  *M?  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',���������   ,    ,     -. *#V-<  "J"  I      ' '"^   ' ���'   ';     '"'     k'    �����' ���'���l1 ��� '.���-"  ;istiiv  ":.':'S^'t::;;:^T^;l:Pci?^r!.]J'eI cor/ocrt'.rieit  Saturday .eyening.. ':       ''���. .',;���:.'.:��� v���"���' ::'i',"::;,  T}l0fi':^^5r> ����e.'oi'Hh'g,/oivhers-'1 6/  the Wesf^; Hotel, afclMbrrisgey Mines/ 'W  ..  vr.-,   ,,,,,,     .,- ii3. i;^'l51;^:f!':aU;i!j;.cftnldi;.i-M  ;;.ipnowin^:.i;v,:;Tlieii'..^^  el  JCl':'';;fts  ,|rand,:v;.^i^8;-:;;SGse^  -Jiara,':,'W!n'8at/:^otir>';in'>'S4vI-2r  ,��0.;poniici:;saieks.;^;;Gatxii:e(aB; ��� \;; v.������;/;���:|'  :^.i:^;;GoK;n';:'Se|aL:::a^  ;ppu]ii^;sacksiy;';;;;:'.;;;,,;;,^  ^;5'V>^  ;. .itptWIllhs tnh"i}3 rtg; the ;?<<] ,;;;��� ;iyc^^!;;,u^&^W:^'^Hf":'':l^:;'  if6r,{i;'.;,'f;rmtv''cphb.^ "Wni^Wiid."'��� ^���������;  price. -Orders fofc3^irejy;K.3{;:the''fer w^l^Cv  appreciateil.:   :    :,';:;;v..!.;'';,:if;,'^,;:.i'! :'.i;^:'v-\ Y'r^ ''v'"^:';''  . J.ai^.ifc.f*UBH /ttfM'M"*,.*  fpJKWrtJ.  1  'fr/L.nVit'.i^i^-'^'hl  "i:'r. -,.\ .V. 1 ���- * 5-*: * +'J^ ��':>  ^l'& 1 ?i'f 3^* ''���"��� ���.'-'^������''���(Ti ?"*���::-.!���. ;\/'7'irv^��.Bfi-Trir> /rip'  iort  '"^iF��^^  *-*VVl-&*Jirn2ZainB&3Z*i*<Tr�� -X^lieza  SirWilfridliaurier:; was'^|,;;vciif'd?:'ai  :^ill:  ... (j,'  .^.f\U^^r^;^o|loc;Ic..liiV. u  .'"P?;;i:^:''C?^��&Y^:1^^  :^^^^vedsat^n1ida.ight;.-':-:;;r;:v^  ���'.Kpiae.: very "''.pretry--'.'-c'(?stU5ia;.ea ';;Vere''^'''{-j^^_ju ���'^���'i'v^K ':--''':^':v( '������ :',:.i:�� ^7'^ ������������. :;j  -'-���"'^ "���"'' ''";;:';;:'^^ -'��� "'   /Allvv^old:';,. therd;:,iir'g:;:.pveri.::^0 jiien:  '':��� .-' ^^���'���';^9-;^i~rB'ir:'8n y.?r; ���������������57f''.;'"ce'h ts;''  ^!Hl:['25'':'i:viPi^^v-:^^  'Copeit^:$5..(lo;r^-:'>^-.-';:::''>t;>*J:--  ;;jXo^i>ow^-Be;a'(j;;:;,��M;;i';^;,-; .;i-"���;;, ���;;;.;  ,v,;^i.-  .���iPreiieii'i"  "i*-c'�� r  i,'...,^.'   nrv? I'.jv) ���'.���. .. 'v.''.  ;'j.ji!e;rest.:J''iK^'ctrit.;-;;';:.: o: -���������;;.  ,...",. ... ,:.    .-������.��� ���,-��� ���������: :-���    ... .. ,-��� j--a :-..s - i.ember, ioih; ":���"'':'v:'-\?.������'���:}"?: ;-.:-��-.-r.'-  Hf"'-''''?'! ��� ;rv-";-^. -'-��� ���������<i:",X^ : 'v :. -''F^'-'B'^.;; ::"-'     -���{�����������'''  Vt-'rYv  '"���.!",<���'  i'azK-t''.';'--i.i.iiv1J'i-;i-.r>.cri  '��� T\Oij!!u.i'?!.y.  ;r'3ou.lli JvSiVsti  ;��� triidsuhitoer>tH. ,Goug h; even ing:dress:;  [���W-jVhl^heaiJiJ  J;<Jt)bl>, jock(3y:;s Ja-nies - 'Cf.p'abjv('>ch'poi;  |.'girl;sJdii-^yiite.iicii(l,^i^  ; M cQuceny'eve'rtiag s tiir> .Mrs.;;Ganieron'  ;i��)0'tv!tafe.;^&tr3:;VMcMtilHM,'\Japa^  f a titer;: here atione' :ti.me.  ;;';..--,;ThG;'C(>k-srpve;'0^b^  .c'.ass eutertainmeht;hi^he^Odd"J?eli  Ipiv s:"hall;;. last:'' Baturdjiy.:':b veiling;'rand  ;:;.The;T7agefielc!i;^t':B3;i7o.r  duced.fco.lS meri-forthe^viuler.'.^  ..'.'���^v^v.^cBri^  represent Oranbrpok:at the;:ineetin^ ci  mR^tssociatelU'Boards'ofcyr  >Vil1 be,;held iit^oaslan^'next^vect.-: ^  .: Duririg; the productiqii.''X^hcle Tom'��  a  h8,pi-;  OVf;  ���awliiig,  , -���'lie-1  ^^^er^aa-'Urrested^aud ���lodged;an  'J��Vbut.^ |  !co n t.; H'rje' a a d ' cos t^;/'A'.; '^;:,  'j: i";;::?. ���;^.:' V-/  :��lbig^tnk^  ���;>��r'!  ;th.;;people oi:'M6yie^re;giveh a:'j^  treat-urth^iinusical^iak-^^  ���^Tf^ ^v\i;;:, ,,:.-,   .^  ;:,^^r'^:''*,:-rr^r��^^^^ . :..... ���."���-,,.,���.    .-r,    ,;���.'���,."   " : ,''   f i ��� Vi.   ���/-, .,rt;;vU"   '    i Vi '���        Y    '   -: "-''.'nock oi ���aioyie/anil tho oebnlc b��r't^   bc ag0:1J -oi. ttie i!n fortunate man  and: <���  ..:...   ,:.:'.\,^';;.v::..^VJC'ftUU;iCrr��Jr:.':.:J'.'.\S,=.l -.[^.jiL^  11     ^OhQiili^in  knb>y'ii���;.,'in ������ Moyie;-JVayiuB: forked jot,'..���'  nearly:,twb years .for ;';the';St.i; JEngsrie,;,''  ^'"P^^y.'^e^f^tlrnDle^  ^ilbert:hatel:m;.^  by,.' trtliing.; ^.dese^.of "'carbolic';' acid ;irj:;.:,  a��ys v,|l^ -Lavin;:" purhuge'ti.; �� .'sirial V;i  bottle of-eai?tor oit- a ts?tbe ^.drug: store:'';  '!k /ew'davs: bef ore;::;ancl ;>'Ieft Ji t'- ^behind" f  thenar^t (he.hotel"  :;i t;;.i'^:f ter :V .lunch 0;iie.-:)it.6oki'- what .was'��� ;���"'  supposed;;tp:beithe  pottle;-c6iitainin|^^  t,Pe';pih\poured';a'liu-ge.;dosednto  .of ;'be.erja'iid��� dranlc it down^'"HfeWas al-' V  most imtnpdiately;;: .seised" ^;wilh;'::yiplent^o  ;p:^'^\;;;;p;nti ;^  covered lph:s-horror that hp"had;:.tat:  en������:���������' carbolic ;��� acid" in ;. niiaiake.,;'Dr.  ���''.,':; ���/���?.% t'zt-'J-i- rii"''.  d'i:-.,hifUH*y.  ���iii-:'  n  S'^.f'sE'j^fi^'.--':  ,*��\DlK>,000 ''',   ':'  '^smmo '���-'���.":"���  i:loou';''M!i\':Cl5j:��,;-b'.ac!^'.(iianu>'b'd'rJ'.].a^^'^^ , ,,    ,  -������ ���   ���    "      " '-r,nl- JPhn-   mtUi^i. had an excellent time.   -   �����     I        ���� "P!s-3?Jtl t0 learu   <* .^eir, 26od'  ,  ."  '*��� '" ���,;     '��� ��� "������     ������''.���.     . lOrtuae.'  j'arry.l The great popularity, of the gch'ubsrt.  'r.,.yoiii:r.an'.x':  isirn.;'  co'm :  o?-ro(  ONTAKIO..;   ������.  D. 'R/NVtLKiK. Vice-Pre.'*, rtn  M'-ii.-;!^!-'.-.'^  d   Gci;;  Man;  IrVht-ector.  f;R/i:  iOFFrlT,;'ChicMnt;  A  aiercsl"tuUir,?ed  :'-K)sita.:  i ^  Vftef ^iiviiirr all e-pe  .i :..,). ���,,�� -.,vir,ic, ,,v's,;, failed'ahto'j',   'AV'iV'NTBP---::FAITHJvtlL   FEBSQxl"-' "" *l ~ri  '.���������'-       ������'���'���'    '):,    -,,;���������   ��� V' -v ,   ':,;':' ���/ '"��� * ~l "V '���-' rhoiit'iis-euch  I to call on retail trade   and   agsnts .for J. ���  '   '   ''"'" ' ' All three. mod arc  ,.r:ii-t! b;'b. nec :r/ae' lei t  j;;-.) live���.Cliuiiia.-.Trol-tc.:: fut:,d  , ill.���fia;:,iit Fran!:; 'cud:>erc  giyc'fi'.'. -six'  p.'.rts/f.ar.":'Ci:nii;i;i,.' UinU'ir  rfivcti L').'-GbKfi'U,onj.  :    '���. ,.';.  ^Oilc^'-sad  otise'������'". hiiyin'g    'rf.eil i..'.  !^v-'^- rytA^SH,��':.lV1a'ii3''ger'.  :-^, !,i>:.'.iiit Ccukx  "0P.IXIXA.3?Y SU3IMO.N3.  ���    ;*,."'    '";        - ������    . j = .-;,       --.,-,.-,----  Cevici..  05"Kooxkxay | -traight  salary  ?20.paid   Tveekly  and  out' for and \vas ab'o'n -beside-, tha dying  man,'   He ....adm-.oisJereti 'ibejast'.sad;  ..*;. j,rites of the Cr.t.3:'o]ic eivurch-tfhere-'Lav  vreil   IrnoiTn   in-h'n . Vf-aa1 ctricke::   dr;-7u., :i.hi>:.ntunber  ,'i'. .T<": J>Vf-   ��������.���.-  r^-..��fi.?^r^-..^Trr-^��T.,3.ri-W.^y  '"-' HpM)ivNT A;r Fbirr ���STijcbif.'  ���"."���; .'"������    HET^VEEN  Ca^ipL>C'if'^-C!ark;;'-i-lairJti^  iiiti'uti'fa.ctrii'i'hg.   ...v,,^   .--...��.��,      ..v.....       .,   ���established   .business;'. Ipcal   territory : f'J'.   y!��"    'F^:'^r;i!il .worked, for ��� sumo jproconf. of altcrewJs; reverently: -moved,  ��� ' i-umc al tbe^t.Eugoncaijino, ;i;id' -sras.! -^ide and uncovered   thdr.. heads dnr-  ; rpri~efi<hte:- ui'.^nue repute.    " '"       ���        ���  Hcv.'as i  ''exwiias    money���/'��� advanced ;   previous j  !<ii(nvi! saadan^rouj tuaa '.tlisiv :m-  I'   ,.   . ,-,...-.,,.��......... r.._ .���._..,_���_  ���.���... ...   j, .     ;_f>rii^^vii 'v: ���e-iiii.i', ������.-.! ia;Liiu.i>.. ..  :���-,'  -'..'���   .:���.'  .-'���:'.���   .���������;:.,���," ''..'.'    "��� ���.  r .: I     Vou'  are' hereby" suatnioneir lo  .10-  i'iv' A'Vii.i  ���;���_���',���' (ji'AK.iM^('Pi-:, b.;<;; '. '.::-������.���"....'  poar, a  Kurt Ck--i-'!e-'on, .'^tl'i' da}  it.'G.!.,�����? 'M'.\io:ir  m��- the.-s-e'lc'rii'ii c<?rcm.oj:y.  .i^nctieaceaaindco^iiry; position   per^!/"'10'7'1 8S a .da"twoi'.* -uaa -hen   un~;j ' ���I^m.-wac-rt 'natiye'of  Ireland, and V^  ���..ii'anent;   business s'tccsssfui.  Enclose! ?*tMi*-.���t'���uQ.c--oi liquor.^-D.-irbv'^:d i about W��,j-Ci-.,rs.,of a-e. .-Lititcic known  ���self-a.idrwacd^ii-veiopto.- 'Superintend- i ,F,^0:n ^��cooi^ and have vrorkod; in j.of j.is relatives  ' ;.   ; ...  l.oni.Trayolora/W'o/MphpaLMd^ " '  '  h�� '   ";' "'��� ' M.ATTE18>0Emcyi,;  NOTICE.  a. County .Cour-t ''holdon.;. at i  ifantaify,!     Notice is .!)'"r<d;y giyetl tlnvt (!io,h;ili  >.vn   in 'the-  fore  jy'riaily m'eetr.nr; of'.M:o boiird of   license  "2^rr:.i!.,. opinion'  on ?lfi-t.i;-;.:i.. -ir  a til'..; .  ,lr.'   1.1  ��� ;ltl  '.,',!.. -'  oft 15^3?^.' .Qyv. 'Ti^M,  Axyhhin^) ��� &b'$li3B &"&���  H   ' r;  i'?  !?n  C'*:*--  iiOtVt*   ,ij  vfi s:^ i>  ic;  �� .-,��� o.-:.-''i . .  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By  SYIA'ANUS   COBB,   Jr.
There was to tie a meeting of those
interested in the estate of the late
Rachel St. Clair on the next day, a\
two  o'clock  in  the  afternoon,  at No.
- —C street;  and  the   presence    ot
the recipient was necessary to a [.roper arrangement of a flairs
A postscript added tliat, though tlie
meeting- was to be informal, yet it
was called by authority of the judge
of probate, who was un\ioi.'S ii> arrive at an early .settlement; ami il
whs confidently expected thnt, ^mco
only one legitimate hair Juiii appeared, said settlement would be eas-
,ily consummated.
Caspar hastened homo to his chnm-
1 ors, ntid shared his information with
his father.
'It   would   seem   from   this,"    sai.i
\le.\aiider,      after thoy had consulted
awhile,   "that   vi!   are   to   expect      i:o
nioro  trouble.     They must  have gi\ en
up the search for the girl."
"1 don't think there's been- any
search." replied Caspar. "I have
kept my ejus upon the movements al
police h'-aiWjnariers, and f know thai
no eiTort' lias Ken called for 'there
Her few friends were blinded h> inj
letter. They believe sha's rim on of her
own accord; and since yours V\ a.v-
l.-rook is down i,.3 fiat, I don't know
of a pinglu human bennr thnt hcis any
parti'.-iilnr interest m r>ritiffin>jl her
back. jN'o—We're all Safe m that
(jiiartei-i"
"I hope so," responded  the father,
with a dubious note m  his speech.
"I", know   it,"   cncsl   Cas.[)ar,   sn.ip-
[.ing  liis  /infers.
And   without,    'further      remark   he
proceeded  to  brew a punch.
Later in tho evening- Caspar called
tho new K/oper down from the upper chamber, and questioned her
concerning- the disposition of her
cliarge. 'lie had put great faith hi
I'-ndora, and she had promised htra
t--.nl she would make Chriscine u:i-
licrstand that further ojijiosition on
her pui t would be v.otse than useless
"Surely, «;ir," said t lie woman,
with solemn senou'me.-s. "[ nm con-
vineod th.tit tl-,e girl will submit rc-°
■signedly to the fate in store :or her.
She knows,now to a certainty wh.it
zv rig Taul Waybrook is runnim?,'and
she. has more than half promised nie
that shp will accept the tituaiion
which ''cwtis to have been dcsigiiutl
for her from the fiist. Upon my
life, sir, t don't think you will have
any more , trouble with her. Oi
course, she is still a girl, and will
havo'her whims; unci you hud better
humor,,, her until you ai;e able by
light to command."
Caspar noddod, and coincided, and
he was very g7-acJoiis, too. He promised tho iiew koeper that, if matter', turned out as ho expected, he
would enrich her beyond Per wildest
hopes
On'the foliowmg clay, at loot;, Caspar ceiled TCndora down again, end
informed her that both he and Mr.
Compton were going out, and that
they might be gone until evening
•She was to kep the o-itcr doors securely locked and the shutters closed
Tho woman lis'ened, and nodded.,
nnd returned to her post.
At   two   o'clock,   precisely,   Alexander  Compton and Caspar    were f    at
the     door     of  No. (' street.
The door was of solid rosewood, and
t;ie portico above it was oi 1 r.iu-ii-
f-tone, and elaborately sru.j'turcd;
and upon tho broad silver plate they
read  tlie name:
APTLETON.
«-"
catarrhal Po
is    a   Galarrh    Gure   that
Cures Co?ds and Catarrh.    J
Actualiy, positively, indisputably, jr- [
rcfutably cures Colds and Catarrh! i
Not always with first application, al- ;
tiiough even that invariably brings
relief in io minutes. Sold by all
Druggists. i
JSut It Cures, It Cures Colds and Catarrh I    10
It's iNifder for the aw-ago 110-11,111
to i.md a husband than it is lu, Loop
l-fim landed.' ,   '
Madi.is has taken  to designing and
building  its  own  motor cars.
l'"or each big man at the top thee1
are a million little ones at the h'o:-
tom.
ni-lii<"   veil Uut'   I   linio  his  paper*,
so   hi-*-  nbseueo   viiil   nfit   mailer."
The compajsy    were    s„-ated.    and    a
s.'l  : c:;    ens'je.l. 3lis    honor,       tiie
juiige. s.it at the head of the room.
1 ear tho -.Teat jd^r-«rlass. I'puii his
liijit. down tiie side, sat Alexander
Comptvfii and Caspar. Upon his
lift s-t Applctoii and JLofcwe. while
'lieu- the cen li o of the apai tmer.t, at
a i.t'-i" uiJou w]:icJr were writing ma-I
Tin.i!s.  sat   the  administrator.
'1 he Mp'nce was becoming onnre-?-
•-i\ e--oppressive, i.t least, to Alexander and C'aftvir. to whom 1 here wns
^vimetiiiug ie-nliarly ominous in it.
They tn mble.l in their seats. Under
the shadow of this silence their dark
sins greu hea^y and sore. I3ut the
break  came.
The  administrator,   sitting,   nodded
to 'the  mdsro and  then  10 the others,
! and s iid ,     0
j •■(".< nilevnen, as this meeting is cm-
lir.'ly informal,' and as our busbiess
is all idain before us', J propose that
we e-qeJi'e it with all possible cis-
■ lutch."
Those who sat aro.md nodded as-
sen'.
"'J-'irst, then," pursued the1 administrator, "I will read tiie attested
copy of tiie last will and testament
of .Victor  .Stv Clair."
He read the document, and at. its
close remarked:
"Thus, we see there" are live salient
propositions" in this will. First:
Victor- St. Clair bequeaths everything to his vih'c Rachel. Second : [J^ause a man goes around in piib-
ho provides that s-nid' Rachel may, of , |;c bubbling tor the rights of his Jollier own pleasure, bequeath 'the ' low men is no proof that at home-.ho
estate in turn Third: In the event j doesn't sleep on his wife's pillow as
of tho  said   Rachel's  dying   intestate ' well as his own.''
tho  proportv  falls  to  his  child    l'au-j ' '.	
line or her heir.-;, c Eotirrh. In event! •««.-. u~_..» i'n,n „ o~*i..**.m
of there Peine; no heirs of said Vie- ! ,. !le.r Keart iiko a Po»"tO«*
tor's own body, then, upon Rachel's ^preng-Mrs. -Jiunes Si.'fflcy, 1'ulc-o
d\iny intestate, the property -roes t0 l-"=lf>-'ld. Out . -'■n.iH : "1 wan tor live years
the heir.-,..of the sister of Victor St. ' vrt''ctfd ivith dysiwi^in con-.tipation
...   .  "       .     ,     /.,-.,       .   ., 1,    ., 1  l-ourt  (li'-ousc  ni>d   i-ervoii-.  tiri/stration.    I
Clair.     And.   fath,   lailing   ail   these. ■ ,-.,m| (■.., |,t.,m t ,ol,,,](- v. |Oi i>.-. Aym'w'n
the city  of X*iw   Orleans  becomes  the    C'-.o"   f.-.i   ili.>   ii.un,   nnd   ilu>   oilier   nil
devisee " I "1(,,,ls   vani'MM   like   :>di-i      ifrtd   ri'tief  |i:
„„'    " . ha! f. an  liotir ufter  I lie  iii-l   dose."—-J","
there was a }>ause after the administrator had laid down tiie will,
arid Caspar a en timed at length to remark:
"In  the  absence of  ilr.  I.oflington T
may   say   that   Alexander   Compton's
claim   to   hchslvip  is  established    be-!
yoiid  a  doubt."
,"Ihe  pes tive   proofs   on   hi^  side." 1
smilingly  nasiveic-d   the  ohirer,    "are!
good eiuiugh,  but the nouame proofs
!'.i-o  noi   substantiated
"Si.-; "
J   liicr.ii.  my dear  Mr    Hugo,    that
Alexander   Comp'ou.   a-  a   ii.
of   \ ictor   '<{     ''Uiir'--   .-I'-iei
give  [.lace t.>  the  I'^cni Lid;
OUT  OF  SEASON.
What time tlie bulbous harktep flics
To tajj the beery bas-rc-i
The sweltering jiOt-c sits and trie.-<
Tu wrli« a Christmas carol.
An.] "In the g-ood oid iHiiiiner thno,"
When days are hot and murky,
The r>o^t trfT-s ft wwivea rliyni^
Ari'iui'l 'r»>..i'i.'.si;!\:i:t! luritt-;.-.
AVhen deb'..i.-uii'.-s their dimrleii backs
Hide imde: ;.ltny ii.'-.-ir-
lie in'ris an odo t<i fi-alskin .s.'u ks
For the Iifi'oalii r i.«siic.
And th. a whon iwiinl tho leaflcati trep
Deeeaiher hr.'i ?oi roi: tcr
I3c write.1: a r.v.:t_i:ii:\.' cu'eir.v
Tn the depart nig ^y.«f<>i.
So I shall lu.t.v.'iitc peel».v.
And hi're 1 <;tar(   ray icisem:
\ poft'd liiiiid pen'orci* r:n;st lie
Porever tan. of sraaou.'
-Clarlco "W. J:lle> In, New York 'flints
SifHti» men af* ■<■> ir-'nerom they
give tieir ivivr* lhusa! allo'vauces.
a/id then >iii it b.iek iron) tiitni .it
i»oker.
! V 'fiiiniiu gels as fuijou-: witii tiie
woman wlni wont admin.- her hu.s-
tnuid a> -!:<■ gets jeahm-- if lb" oi-e
who doe".
He (on  t!.HWMhK,,]ift( —-   g
go into the Wlller w    t:.8:i"'v'" M
bathing suit. She~oh 'F^ !'r'11.'
in/j into the wau-r This V "'l ''"'
1 take my sun bath i„ " '   ■=':.)
C'
-he—Did your- father
old   ago?    il,—Siu-e
lie
led'-several  times uftcr ),
'<-• to .
w as
1 let.
i
w     ''ii& > n    w   ff 'iv$ v.fi
Eat si ii V^    s-   « «3 '<a *i*
•x- „■ im^z*-^^*.***r*i
The   Iteunon.
ST.KKPI.KSSXKSS —When tin- nervos
«m» uiiHtruncr «ii(i the whole bortv eivcn
u)> to. wicii-hodnos-,, n'tion 1 hi- mird i.J
filled with £l°om ami dismal foi-fbodinuri
the nviult of deriuiueiinent of the da't>:»-
live orirnnn. slt'opleshi-.ess tomes 10 add
lo tl-.c di-.t)v.s.«.. If oiilv the Hubjeot could
ftlivp. lhe<re would l>.» obln ion, 1 (or tv
-..■hiic- .'ind1 tojuporurv ivliot. l'umi*-!i't''s
Vetretahlo Pills viiil not oni,' indut-e sh-ci^
.Mit will net so. lienrficieifl \- thi.l I fit' «;ur>-
,t-<-l -k"*ill wake rt-ire-slut! and tosto/vd to
h.inpiiu'SH.
'A   \ cry popular couple—! wo dollar-.-
hixid'orers ha\e re.iehed within :;S
tiiilfs of the North Pole, hut no cm'
has yet approached noa.x er than 7',"'
miles   O'   the   South   Poh*.
A ' GSsraitEc   Gas©   cf   gjnusuail    SGvesa§fy   and
sua
r
MASS'S OINTMENT,.
,   Pilcn,    or    hemrrlioiil.
tumors, which  form'in  and  about  the
orific   of     the   ice tern.     .The\      are
causi.'d   bv   ah   enlarged   and    itillamod
coadition ' of    the    veins,   which   are
are      smull c was   most    favorably   spoken  (J/
on his lerommehdat Jun 1 (w,,;: 'n ,h'J'"
"After three r.pplical ior,h 1 '1',,,, ",'*
tcr, and by the time I had ir,
box I, was oti a fjiir v. ay t ,1
ery.       1   continued   tlie   treat
■1 e„,
•''•■'lil.
'"a at up
very, nmneroi.K   in  this jmrtion of  the! til   thoroughly ctired,  and  i   li;i\"  '
bodv.       Piles   frequeatlv   attack    wo- i sn-Veied   any   since.    1   am   11111,1/c^
xp-ctant   Period   or!vi''^(J(     ,hut     ihli   ^"t'a.nt   tr.(J,|,   6
men  during    tin
after childbirth.
I
"I  consider    Dr.
long    a   siifier.-r
, lie—Phe called him her angel.
She—She was flattering hltu.
lie—No; Ehe meant it. He was bsick
ing her Jlrst venturo as n thefitrlcal
star.
i        1   foiiMiici     in-.    Clmye's)   Oir.f inci'i
Any   form   of   pih-4   causes   dreadful J mi  invaliiiible trourinerit for  jj11 -. "*j."
eufferitig    on   account. ■ of, the   ltiliiin; j my   ci\-w   I   think    Ibe   cur.-   v, ,
and   burning   which   accompany titfin. j markabh-   ivlwn   you   con-,id 1   ;'
One can   scarcely  walk  tit   times,   and 1 am   getting   up   hi   yen is.     nnd
during"  the    night,    when   the     lmily ! been   so
gets   warm,   suffering ,is jntense- ! disease.
Mr. Alex.   Mcr.aughlin,   for 'A0 years |     lu-.   Chnse'ti   Ointment   is   |[;(,
a    lesident   of      Howmanvilie.      Ont.. [ nbsolul ■•      and   gunraiiti-ed
writes :     . ! every   roim   of  idles.   11   lias  1:  i.ct.(,
"I-'or twenty b»ng veins I jailTi: i-d \ of. cures uii[>ara!h-l.'d.ii); 11,1 i.,-.',,./,,
from itching piles, uiiii only | or- j medicine. GO cents a bos „t. „|
r,bus who have lieen troubled ,w Mh . dealers., 'or ruimanson. Ibuc lv. t\,
that    annoying   d!s.>ahi«    can   imagine   Toronto.    To      protect    yon
.'Mill
me
I.-
it   I
bad
lillll
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A   denti<-i   in   rilo.seow   is   a,v:onriei
iis   his   It.ie.    tie   has   invented   a   s;.--
tcm bv which taise Tee<h'tvin be made
lo arirrro to the emus rn firmly that'
in   three  months   it   is   difficult   to  "'-\-
■.'•endmu    trad    them.      'J'hi's     Huss'an     (ooth-
1    must • P-"'n-'l,':' ■ hopes   in   tinif   to   be   able   'o
,j   ,,f \ jc_ ' rival    nature     b.v   "mnking     .".rlinrial
tor St    (.'lair's  o\-n >vi.' " \
"Certan.ly.  sir—luit — but—-"
"I   will   exnl.iin   v< r\    quickly,"   in-
ternip"trd   ihe   ndministiv,tor,   with    a
wave   ot   the   hand,     "All   present,   o
ffiHiidei-s   tluit   nchcu
A law if-rently cniMbvl by the L.eg-
lisJatu:-e of lii-viisiana p'nn'.-hi'.s with
, imprisonment    atv!   hard ,  bibm-     Juis-
ciim-.o. "wish simnlv lo s^o Justice j bands who cl-sert <or fa'd lo .-,upi ort
done; and for the 'pur.ms;? of 'point- h-heir wiic-s and childten. The w iwq
im> out clearlv to those most inter- of 1,l7>' hunbands hamj over ihe mau-
e.-sied the course strict custiee mtist I t,M a framed eop\ of she law, with
take, 1 havo called you together.. I • 'his queryin red ink, "A'ow \\ ill \oii
will siimmon a witnes-s who has not \^° fJoon ''"
,\ et api.-oared  ptibllcl.Vyin  this cas-e."  i ~~~    '
Thus  speaking,   ho   touched   a   sr.iall   A   CURE   FOR    RHEUMATISM
lilvL-r bell  al   his  elbow,  and directly j
afterward    a  door   upon    the   judge's   Kv.-u   tn-   ?i<»,
w.is   opened,   and   Dr.   Arkwri^ht
Xeylcct a cough and contract
consumption.
?'
9
OE\ S
Ctare
The Lung Tonic
what. I end ii red during that time,
About 7 years ago f nuked n druggist   if   ho  had   anything   to   ri'.r,}  m«?,
He  said, that   Dr.   Chase's   Ointment ! box
rt Jldhs;
imitations,   the     portrait   and  sh-H*.
tore of  IT.  A.  W.   Chas.-, th» l.ui'mj
n^ceijit   book   author,     aio    on   e\.jr;
;eri
t   Slnlifioni    fa-en    of   lh|.
Painful M:il.i<1v C.sn  he ( urvtl.
Tlie precious twain stood stiil upon the whil'j granite steps, ami were
wondering why the mooting- had been
called at this place, when some one
mmo up behind them. They ti.rned
.-.:id beheld  tho administrator.
".\h: Good-day, geiitlemcti," said
tl e. latter,  bowing nnd  smiling.
"is this tin.- place of meeting'''"
us'-ej  Caspar,  blankly.
"Vos," replied Uja administrator,
"-milhii,- again. "V.'e !md jihinncd
first to meet at the probate otlici-,
1 ui iuo other tneetings Imci been r.o-
idiet ior ihi-t place this afternoon
v-» P.1 my I'Uic:-, it is Luther away
t'l.m 11 ji — _ A[mleton nuered us his
;.<wiv, and i.-s wu desired his prc-
'ufiic,   we  ■■creptt'd."
f'y this titi.v a ^'riatit had o[icned
'*•' iU>t.r, and h,thtr at,d sou were
...M'.ered into the hull before they bad
din1 to spe.uk fuj'tln:,-, the admims-
fiiii'ir following closo  behind him
I'p'.'ii       the  imll   they   were  ushered
11.lo a leer parhn;—a spacious, vaulted ."p:irtJii"iit,   furnished  not ga'uhly
1 'it   M'a\Py and grandly.     And    here
the;,   met  his   honor,   the  judge,    and
! oei.-ir-   Aikwii^lil;   and      tln-y      w< re
-.is j   tiiu-nduied   f)   ih'i     host,       Mr.
I!*, lt-h     Applet on,.-    a  iali,   handsome
i::;.ii of fifty,' or  thereabouts.'
■ "Thi«,.y -qiid     >!)•,     Apph-.ton,      in
turn,   [iointi'p.g  to  a gentleman   who
;m<(   arisen   uj>on   liis   right  hand,   "is
■my''friend   I,ofovre.       He   is, .stbppiihg
wj!)i   me ior. a' few dayt-,- and  i\s  . he
i-:  a   lawyer,   .1   tiiough!   I   would   rail
•'nm  in."      . ' , '    , .'.,'.■
Alexander aitd Cay par .shook bnnds
W'ith Mr. JLefovro. Jfc was a ina.n of
.-■:\i.,\. ;;t: least..' 'wit'-i eyes like. • the
'',.•, i-s of an, eagle; and, though \n:
smiled when he sliooi; Them by the,
hand, Liiey were' not. envy. They remembered that there.imd been a ,Law~
ver. l.efevr.j in . New Orleans who
had mannyed ma'Mvvs for Madame
U-.H-h(-l. Ale.VHtidei- rememtiered that
i'ti-.-;-i; hud been a. father and <:.m.
Hubert, Ixrfovi-f. had died very old,
and hud been dead some years. But
- -this could not be the son? Pshaw!
"Mr. I.enington hufi iK>f.arrived?"
•"aid   Caspar,   interrogatively.
"Mr.   Leflington   wjH  not'be hero "
icohed   the   adiiilnistrator.       ''l"8vv
this   forenoon,   u.nd   ho   was   riot,
entered, leading by tiie hand the aged
woman whom wc have known as— Rheumatism" is   caused   bv   acid     in
'   '-Kndora'"     burst    in     a.    st'ai tied   tho  b!ood-      'I'hat   is    un   undi.-iuited
whisper from  Casjiar's lips | medical   truth.       Lir.lments.   outward
  1 a;i[dicafo!-..s-      and     alb-lied       cle<-!ric
C'JIAPTEIl XXH. 'treatment  can   no\er    cure,   what     is
r,    , , ,     ,, , rcroted   in   the   blood. A   bjood    dis-
f-iidora     heard    Caspar s   exclanni-'      .      i.-..      1 .- . v
,„,,.,' .        ease,' liKC   rheumatism, must be cmeo.
Hon,   and   rcirardiiig   him   quite calm- i .,,,., ,,„.,,     ,,,       ,,      , -7-,    ,
,,,      , .,  - J l (through     tne     olood. lhat   is   wnv
Jy,  klu) said:
cures "consumption—   '
„but don't leave ic too long.
'Try it now.
.Your money back if it doesn't
benefit you.
Prices 25c, 50c, and JSI.OO
1*
S C. WEI.I.S & CO.     c.
Tofbnio, Can.     ,     LtKcg, N.Y.
V^hy   Not
my    hy   .Mail?     ■
Whether you require iSilverware or Cut C.lafs for (he table
or Tcwdry for your personal ade.-ument, or a rjood V/otch or Clock
for utility, you will find thnt ' , &       „
Yotz    Cari   (Save    Money       >i^z
H   By   Oi-idersiig   'from    Us
Send for our New Illvistrateci Catalogue, givinK
fall description and prices of one of  ths largwt and best s-'cclcd ,
slocks oa the American  co;stinrsil.     C-ur prices   defy competition
THE  TOWER  OF  SILENCE.
was  sum
1 hftim,", t ism   always   yield?   like magic
"-Madame," said the administrator, ' ,p ^m: ? roo/.1°r ,lhls'f ,s t°UTi^\m
-I hold in my hand a copy oi the thP f^' ol Mr' ( !,l"'los! '.^therdale,
last will and testament of Victor St ' " - K°."?"'"'" ■v"",,,u? "ru^~t " "■'""s-,an*
Clair.     Vou have seen  it,  1  think?"   I ?l   """irV- «"t     th- ^ .    "I  know
"f have   sir " ' ,ro:u   P-01'^0"'"     exr>erten<-.>   that     Dr
"A-.id  understand   its   pro\ isions?"
'• Perfectly."
'    "At   present,    a   grandson  of  Theresa,  sister  of  \'ictor,   apjicus  its  the
C
an   yo
dispute      liis
Williams' IMnk 1'iMs cure rf<e'im«i-
i.srn. boeaitso thc.v curid me of a severe attack that !.-u- months ciu.sed
me many sleeples-s nights and j>a infill days. 1 had I .-mcl u niunber of
other medicines, but they f.j. iod
Thc-n f dcesiUHi to ci-. e the pills a
trial. I>efoie I had linif.li.-tl the second box the p.uns begtin to leaie me,
and by the linn, { had taken two
more boxes the pains wmc all cone,
and 1 felt like a new man. That is
more than six months ago, and I
ha-ie not had a twinge of 1 houm.it ism
since. It. is my belief -th.-.l a fair
course of Ilr Williams' Pink Pi lis
will drr.o the mor-.t stubborn rase of
ihoiimatism 01't of the s vac em. and
as a result of my own experience !
ch.eei-fully recommend ih.-m for- this
trouble."
The   [nils  en
only     heir
claim0"
Pr. Arkwright  drew up 0 chnlr, and
tho   woman   sat   down,   anel   after    a
brief pause, in a veiice clear and harmonious,  she spoke  as follows:
"Ccntlcmen,  1  will tell you  a simple story,     llachol   St.  Clair,      when
her   husband  died,   was   left   with      a
child    called    Pauline.     When   llachol
had    reached sthe   age  of   thirty-four.
Pauline was on her  way home    from
Cuba,  wheie she had been at school.
Rachel  S-„.   Clair   was  still   beautiful,
and   a   French   officer,   na.rn.-jd      Paul
Cambray,   had   fallen   in   iove      with
her,   and  offered  Ikjc  bis  hand,   which
she   had   accepted.     Thus   were   mat-1
fers   when   Pauline    arrived   in     New,"
Orb-ans.     IMen   saw     her,    and     were
dazzled       Paul   Cixinbray   saw       her,
and tit length his lovo turned      from
the mother  to  the  daughter,   and  he
and Paulino went away together and
wore married. Hachel would not forgive  them.     She was  willing to  take
bacc her daughtc., but she would
never see tho false loi e'- more; and
she never did. j
"In time, to Paul and Paulino was
born a daughter, whom they named
'Maii;.' Shortly after the birth of
?.!un'.?, Paul joined General'Jackson's
army at New. Orleans,, a.iid there laid;
down  his  life.     A. sickness, fell   upon'  '        ■     ■    —'■•—:—: ■     -
Pauline,   and   for   more   than I1.1 .year I a lady''once purchased some mvnh,
sho   iiovered   between   life   and death, j     And  the drugg-ist said gv.!y to hvTrh
lint,  her  strength   cam;-  back   to   her, | "If "it's for" vour lips,' jviiss. " "
and  she i-cturned   to  New  Orleans  to! Have a carer "how you kiss."
implore  her mother's mercy  and  for,-'.And   she   myn-hmyrrhed   indignantly.'
■giyencss; ,but' ujion   her   arrival,    shot "S.vrrh."      ' -— Life."
learned-    that   lief friothor   had.' gone'. .   '   ..'   _,..,_ '    ' ■• \
away    to  '.tlie    far    Ivortii.       Puuli.no;
could not follow.     She found  friends '<
who   assisted ■ he»-   i"   <.hr-ie' i,/Vr-i- ii--,i-   i torture   and   torment   of   tho   victim     61
aral  for ,-t time
re ait tiioi/o and nerve
troubles such as rheumatism, sciatica, partial paralysis. St. Vitu.-,'
dance, anaemia. neuralgia, indigestion, headaches, backache.-^ kidiie.v
Iri'tibh'.s. and i\n- ailments that make
the lives of" sei mai.y women a source
01 almost i-oniitanl misery. Imitations and substitsites are sometimes
eifler.vl. and the buyer should woo Kb at
the lull nam." " Dr. w'illmms' Pink
Pilis for Palo People" is printed on
tho wrapper around evei.\ box If in
doubt send direet to tlie Dr. Williams' Jii-dicini; Co., Di'o'ckville, Out.,
and the pill.-, will be mailed ot 50
cents a  box  or six  boxes  for,5n.-,o. i
ill
heir   poor' way,
Under   the   Nerve    Lash
torture   and    torment   of   tho   victim
. iii i'-i nervous   proslnUiou  mxi  nervous  debility
Mio  supported   nerselr , ,u> 0!ie cft„ rl,ri,».|y PKtiinnte who has not
uik!   her   ehiid   by   teaching  music.
[COWTIXCKD.J
nai
Cufl'nlnhcd.
■When' tho new juiiipies were discovered to be blind Teddy was vury mi-
happy. His tiimlie nssnrod hhiiThut
God would open their eyes in due time;
When bedtime caincTceidy was henUl;
adding a jielltion to his ju-jiyers:
."Dear GoiT, do picase, hurry up and j    Many   0   man   is   tmhuppy   oaly
finish those puppies!"— Lipplucott'a.        'im'...«« ho bt>lieve«  Uiniaelf so.
been unO'-r the tiithJess lush of these ro-
lentle-s^ buiisari i'i>e;(. A], Williams, of
Fot'dviieli. (jriit., wns fejr four .vori.rs a
p.crvo'JH ivrwii. Six iiotttcn of South
A»:ifiTican N'orvine-worked a inlrticlc. and
rii.s   dortor   i-onflnned   It.—'2f..
Afost    women   take   too   much   medicine   anel some, men don't, t nice enough.
■Very  few  men   are  clever enough   io
lie   well,   yet  they  all   keep   trying  it.
be-
DoBibuy'n    Gren-Kome   Ccmcterjr   nnd
It*   ^'e!l   r>tl   Vultures.	
°The Tower of SiiencWn lop~oJ"-Ma)-
nbar hill U the pivttie.-Nt sjiot in  Rom-
bay. There Is n i-ircle of concrete wails
tv.-enty-five feet high.   Inside this wall,
six feet from   the  top,  is 'nil 'inclined
doer of concrete, divided into three circles and surrounding a pit.   The outer
circle ia widest and is for the men; the
second circle is a little narrower and is
for the  women;  the  Inner circle,  stir-
" rounding the pit,  is narrowest of  the
three and Is for the children.- The center pit is deep nnd filled in, the bottom
with  sand   atid   charcoal.    There   are
five of those*.   When a Parsee dies he Is
laid In one of these.   No one ever sees
the inside but those who bear the bodies hi, nnd they do not look around, but
wall: right out.   6verhead and perched
on the lops of the walls are many vultures.   When a' body is borne in these
vultures   swoop   down,   nnd    in   two
hours they have eaten It clean.   Then
the bones are swept Into the pit, and
the rain washes the circles clean, and
the  bones in the pit crumble to dust,
and the water drains off through  the
sand and charcoal into the earth.   The
vultures   sometimes   become   so   large
and heavy they can hardly  fly.   They
allow  no other  birds   near the  place.
That  is  how  the   Par-gees  dispose   of
Iheir dead.	
All  Fixed   Ueforclinnil.
It I3 said that one of the most Inveterate writers ont of speeches wan tho
Into Lord Derby, of whom the story
went that the mamucript of otie of his
most statesmanlike discourses,, being
picked up from tlie floor, where It hnd
fallen, was found not only to be freely
sprinkled with "Ifear, hear!" "Laugh-
lor." and "Applause," but ■■also .to'contain a passage beginning,, "But I nm
detaining you too long [cries of 'No,
nol' and 'Go oni'J."
flow beu. nird.i  Qnt-neh Their Tlilrnf.
Tho means by which sen birds fpieuoh
Iheir thirst when fur out at seu Is described by nil oh! skipper, who tells
ho\r lie has seen birds 111 sea, far from
any htud that could furnish them water, hovering around and under a storm,
cloud, clattering like ducks' on a hot
day 'at a pond and drinking In the
drops of rain as they fell. They will
smell a. rain sfpm.l a hundred miles
distant or even farther off and scud
for it, wiihtilmost inconceivable swiftness., ■■      ' \    . ;       ._■.'    , J ' < ,
"T uuderslnnd'Jigson has a financial.
interest lu the concern'he is with."
"Yes, they owo him Elr months' siila
rv."
MBROSEKEIIT&SOMSr-l
lUivviHlO. M
KENDALL'S
SPAVIN
.«»CU RE
tbtic.MrclLiMc rcicr.iy t\ir Cpjrlnr., Rlnffboae*. EpUrae,
Curbs, etc.. ..at) a!.:.;r:i>. t; x^nxnnnuab. it *or».i Hiuu^auJi
aTci"a Jnauilly. Cuies n-.L'iout a l>.tu*)i, u i: doe* aoi K~.lci.
horn.' 01 the ji<- .;,•;.;, ..j n.,,.j
graivi'itlly foi9),ed ) > op!.> of !■:
are- the gypsie."-, uf 11 .'uirai \.
arc nir.'i.V" ill, th^ir ch.ei-.-. n-.
liiiled., an*.' so pure is their
tiiul then, wo.inds. ip.iekp> lu ,. 1
out    the   apTiliiatlwii   of   medice.
ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENTj
flomovfo til - hi\nl, uoft or rullouudt
lumps and blemishes from horsc-i. i'lord|
ipavin, curbs, tpiirita, rinpbose. »nef-nsV.|
• tides, sprnlns; curoH eore nun eivoollcajj
thront. ro-Jirh.s, etc. Sa^ • f50 by tb»|
'•* of ono tiotilo. Warrunte.l tb» mo*t|
wonderful   BlemlBh   Cure  »vsr  Iibowii t5§
8old   by   «.)!  drusj^iatg.
h.i.M'.'l
1     !.". Mr,'!
Complete C'.-ro for Bono Spavin.
Ru-.sell, »Un!iob», Jan. *a, r?.-!^.
Dr. B.J. J-rndjIl Co. C.-m.c-i-i 1 I h».1 to tr-it » yo.,r»
F-   . V 1.   1       ,""-,v"--'o it,; ..ml ni.uy l..,d!v s«M>li,-a j >o bdd
bpaiinCu,*.   ] !,aj-i,„h„,, j t.„„ ,he „n!, Uni^r i.id only
onejnn»l,.:i i,o,,|r.iocu,e Ms 1^ » ,-;, ,,.„....,, tr,„ro,,.t.
1 JLl ■ ?""""•%r|y -'is>■"" "•:> i-i i.cv« tr.oWti.ith. lu
l «|>i\fa j js ncrrr tias ►.-....e |jm.; Owe.
Very truly jours. CCO. S. HARRIS.
,    SI; six for $u. A? (. !ti.,nr;,i fy., r-.D.'.y us- it l,n na
i'.»o "A TrcattBe on liie Hono/ the UoV fr "..V^.lrcM
DR. D. J. KENDALL Co., ENOSBURQ FALLS, vr
An elect rival gridiron ]\an been :ie-
vihed to kill dies. It slntida \ ertical-
ly, and the. moment a l!y alights t.p-
on it death ensues from " i,leet ri<
thoc-k. The dead fly drnpw onto .1
hori/.otitni  shelf underneath.
Consider   the   ways   of   th.
dray:   it.   has   a   tongue,   bi.f
gossips. ,	
frliaard's Liniment Cures Colds, tic.
lu.'J.
It is easier to K»»op ont  o:' the
ritiiiiifiin    harijess     then    ft     ->   ' ■'
Oill .
*;t-
i   cur-'  !-.
tln'l'!.   I"
llwii- me ;t niiir.ber ot i urii'i ic-i <>
I'on-.a MollfTAii.v'." t'nui Cuns i.'ill i...
iriov.; imyo! ilmm. CulJ on vein ih
Ulril  iu.(|  .jr-t   a.' brittle' tit,  on.-f-   "
lif ..!,-
5-100 Reward 5100.
Tl'e  icirleirt  ef   ii:!»  t'.i;>-'r  v.i'l   r i> n
If.-jrii thcil tle-iv I' ai  liiiM mi
llmi   pr|. tiff   ).-Lt  l.c^n  ii 1)Ih    I
cl.-if,-.'.-',   :i--..)   l'i .1   !•    i"-mir:li
C-.rsc If. me 'ir.li  po-illvo eillo no.v 1' »'■'
ini-aiial   fiul'-iiilty.    I'nui-ih  l" h'f-  "  "
ll>n:il   i]!H-n-jt'.   icji;!.-. »  a.  ron'th-a''" "
i.i.-in.    UiiU'i Ciittuili <"ai" !•; l-i'^-i: •"''
n,-t!iv- dboctly ur.-n ihe !.|">-i I an.l i-.ii» ■
rant.!   .-.f   t'v   s^-ti-ri.   ih.'.-i-hy   iJ'-n1-
fout-.il itlon  'if  |t'^'  rtlvow,   «'-'J  i.-oh"-'  '
tlTt  RtrinKili  1-1' liiilii'lnir ai'  t!'" ■*"'
iiti'l  r.'-'-fet!: K  ni't-.ii':   In   i'.i.!i-a;  Ui   «',;
[.lnpti. t.-i11-   l. i'n <■•-> I'-.ir-h .f.iltii  '•" H'   „ ,c
I'lwei-'^   llwjl   th-v  ei.'rr  O.-.f   ifini hi''   ' " '''
mi- uiiv f.i ■   th-t i:  hihi io tu-'      ^ ;"- -,>r
.-if  t( M!rti'i!.:i.: i      Aif'h. as
!•-,  .t    OUKNUY * <"0
F'-.lfl  1 y .-.!1 (f-iic-i:)'is T'.e.
Iti.'i -i'r.H.il'y l'i!:.- :i:<- tr." I'—••
n
■ ii.,
I"
II-
,v.!o. <•'
Of. the X.oofi VouiigPfinpi..'^ Sd.'i,..
ties of Christian lOndeavor in ■ th-
Unite'd Ivingdonf more tlmii 1..I00 are
as.speiated  with  the  BaptiHt, chnieheK.
l'iotmbi\- 'ivni'  men   mefi'ii'i'i- r,i»''MJ^
,    II   night   fi.r   the   purpose   or "«ti»'»
ling  t hemselvi'i,   (bat   th.-ie   n< 1  ■'>'"*"
I 1.1      .
1 I iise   borne.
n^wo;' drowned by pass-
Tbc   Siiieerily   of  Ailvlec
Gabber—Are you going to housekeeping? - '
■P.eiiediet - (A
big (.-a r.)
(bibber---Thiil."* right; nothing !,',;(. p.
Have your ov.-.u-
I.eiiedict-I an id I .wasn't.
Gahher-Oh. well;  IhaPs where rou'ro
You"!
America a.
inls-j,    efe. — lialiimore
You can clepend on Ayer's
Hair Vigor to restore color to
your gray hair, every time.
Follov/ directions and it never
fails to do this vork.  It stops
nil': ri^AfiniKf.  KN'j:nrti^^ ,:B\'\
I.-.) -- ('o'ir-tiilit   II e;Jl<-:i ilfin    tn   l'!!0''"*'
.. in x lipmi the e'tieri ii'-i, ma! 11 1 •"■'■'! '■
•io ri'bi \al nm lii> sm.ilo ar.tl ii ■''"■/"„
.-.:e -'.i-.e tfi lr.len ein> 'F'lu-i- * 'i'" '\'f,
-a nn..i<-|t|r ti-onlilix '1 he v. nut "I '"' ^
'lis.- Iirinui mi iii1) , d.i.s in i'ij'.I'i 1 I' " "- .'" 1
ihe i!'iinii(.li civisi", to u-.-l tfiiJnl.' '■ "^
'•f-e>l"'i 1% 'ii    'Ins   Cfiinlil ion    I'l'iii.'1'^-
Vivi'li'lilc   I'lilH   v.-'II   be   found   11   ■•'•if1
1 n i"    |.,i,iiM,     ti-ierliiu;    tne    miM
li'.iitlm:!     ni'ilnn.    (lisneliln:     '•' >
n r.'l  i e\ u iiur  1 b
;i.
riii»   i '.e!
1I1
fiuiin'   ministei-b   (\o   not   p'tn"^
**
! hey  preach,  and  ';om«'  b.^^ba;l l"'1-'
''i'*-. do  ii;.;   [day as  they pri.i'1.
Minhrs's' lmhniiT^s~^M!)cria.
I fallingofthehair.also. There's
] great satisfaction in knowing
you are not going to be disappointed.   Isn't that so?
SI.00 a bottle.
Yon may not. f^et all iln.W- JH
ing to yoii in .flii.i, world-—'"'!
out  for, the next.   ..•.,
c<»)ii-
leek
■   Ho   not    rlel.i.y   in   Kcti iiar   1' ''      .'
little'   foil.,!!'.      Mother   .Jnives" -nenn
I'-nninii tor   i«   n -jilC'tiMinf.   toi'i   M"v , ,,   ,i
.If.Viiii   love .voitr i.-nilii   wliv (i"   v"",   nt '
mil'n-r  u-beii a ivjiumI v   Is   «o iieitr"'-  ni"
tho
in"
ah (iMu:-istf
■I. C. AYEl'.CO.,
l<nr«ll,   Mnm.,
i<3
SCZaE1^a:SS3SS3^^
,,.!(    is   sa'd    that    ;i   Kineje ■;('»""
gold,  after  having  been t-on
lo   gold     leaf.     will      cover
.'.! 111.1 are  inehes.
.■rieil  '■■
-,.1-ty   '
I'.-opb-.
si'imetime:
1 ho   have    nothin;
fhink  they are t,;'
m
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Tim boV  si,,,-.,,  on  tho  Sh'mmn/f
Vybeneo all  but. him  had  (ha.
The water  that, was in thu st0<*
Came  «boost  to his hand
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THi-  MOYIE  LEADER.   !    A faultless H*
—- -:^rrr^; for every ■n^i.t^y
MOVIE,    B   . C.
i" ^*>Ar?>>
UCT  LESTLE   HANS.      !  >-£\ ^/ X
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^^ SH? tl ^^    to i '-ti:ctb riimmi.c.;on firm-TUTT
THOMPSON, SONS & CO.
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Usiderwear;^
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-No matter what sliape^rnan :,
may be, normal, too stint t or ilob,,
thin—too tall or too short—-there's- 7
a perfect fit Air liim in Sianfield's;, '   '
H's'riiadc for men of every,;:size ;';
,and..weij>-ld,--^niadc,;-tO:;fit Ihe.iun-'ii
. ii sua! fioru res, as: \v'y® '■ a s, t b e ■ ay e ri-. r''
Il   tf^/!?^      ^A?'j*. e   '       H /3 iS' _-.   .  =, Jt,   i::5'';' ONS   IC   KANCLE   Y0Ufl,SHIP.V£HT3
l*^ seje     [j   ^.asg ,  © tj ^t=2 6 & pne-PT sunvicc aho CftHEruL attentiom
If *o, ti.e una«isl^;i< il '.Mill"., your buslu <'-,<, imkI \\ \U endeiivor to f,-l ic s.-itlslactltm-
ICii-.h !idv.ii.tvd < :j M()ijpiS|..iianid.      Keffici.ee:    I'uiou llaak of Caini-Ja.
MerelKiiir.-.:-, Wiiinif,";:. <§S3 ^g&.
urain   txchango,   Winnipeg. *Sasn(P a     **xss&
»seao»*so»fa. O?
H'siciennan Bros.
,.;.-,:;,   GSAiiN^i tfSEKOKASiTS,
TKLginirjNt: 1490.  - p. o. lios
IS',
.fiJcSrityro Block,   304^
Winnipeg.
\V}i«.it i;r,il icr.',i:i of nil kinds. Car
l.r.iitl Lots n .S|.ii. l.itiy: Pcnilar ad-
vi-nco>, ou Jh'.'ls of L-iJiii^'.
Wi iio or wire u:; for Tiark J*Ut«, or
Coniii£u Your Cialii to ud. wh'cli wo
will fell for your >'c< ount, ou your aje-
prf'vnl to hiyhosi bid.lor.
W:H$
MJRABIE
Wr is cui
BLOOD  CIRCULATION,
tivi
tit it
:-dfqve/::''i'"'ia':'<;vd,'ib:r-WWtf(i>>A&.:tiitf. ,r "sual jie;ures, as'y,-c<fl as,.'t'he-aVe.
-'i<-ohni^tSuVi)n:d^:W '-'i''1-;:f::l^"^
: S-i?go.vTii-n'...'>';\;!-iiV-.,wy'i:^^^ o;'.: ,,v^n<^ Slanfield'j., Underwear ;ho!t
^:'3ia'd-'iiK;i'i;i';,'ri,iieri;.ed byi-jhtr^nQW^ \i,","dhe' ■•■ it'; shape..,,;;. Every; garment,Teste
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v.;ik!i'o#;^^
;'"''o^-dhe'-;l;ihg.:',';^
;'-e;rnsidl!;;j'hi:'':;;(;ilyi"':,;"ret:iidto
;;;':w-ith ^;;;;:H:eeir;;.beingVii.ii^t^^.l'EU^^'i;
-..litienvise' of ;lia>ilt-\t;trdl,iie^sv"r'3'H^V':1^^
..'i the'kih^in;i\InK-V'ordi^
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■.-■htogo.y iin ;,;y,''a;:;Ml]o;^
■ tIfc'-if^riiXe<'6T <iliailrrJi'j j;i J^t-'^;;■>v;';-;^v'v;^:''V:;;;t;-"
. fceici.-.-.e
:ari(;iv,unc.ob'divi.oiia-lJy ^liarknteed:- tb;:;^
>'bs-absolivtejy-unshrb
Nit^l'&o.^
iiPSEiiiaiiioi'
JosepJ'
BobJi;;;at    Work   Again
Aft§r Seven, Ye.'trs Illness.
3r«r«i.c!;i:ii7;' mid   Jl»   llelafi.in    io
Secret   of  Good   Health.
Trie secret of health, ad every intelll-
gent' physician kno>vy, is free and fnll
eiivulr.tion of the blood, and this arc illation is dependent absolutely ou th.v-
ii:':.;r V^C^ii--.■■'■'■-—    "' , j oiigh    ovyuemitlon.    In    many    cases
■ :'"':'■'■-.   :,:\^: ■ . j where erroneous habits of living lmve
W?"fWKP£*fv »«-i>iiai as hicuiMhU.    been fi0 long COinlmj«(l that congestion
'.,vf?iii'^'uia ireiiiiV. ■ .,, f'^s become chroidc in ony shaj.e or an
other—obe.sity,  gout,  rhonniati-rm, t-oii-
■';;■ ;;3ea.i'; S^-s;^.|^was'foW:'S'eyoii..y'ears"a';
v;-'sa;Yerer;i''.frbi;a^
.*:■ ]\\ou 1 (f-:l;;e .,$<iy"hx>Mrs«V'n.t.'; (in.itin - that-T.
- ■^•A.i'!id\fei.!^.'^
' :i'. ^■■iVt,'..i'ii!'i>'.;:.'ridi'<jf" from ;a-:ivthing till 1
:v ,i'i-i,M.!i::y:.,;-ar::Wl^;AliD"3 ^HQXEY. JVjVT^
;■', rt';'Vir.-':..:-;'#r"v.'';o ;1ioll^e^:;g,a v(j.; i^lief ^'and
:.. ■';' ij x :i>a-d!';.! "'■ nr'e'oK ij d i.:t e;!-,- cui-e. ■;;,; Ij; wo ui * I ■
;'",' Teai-tijy Veeonnbend ';!!■ fo: ahyoiio'..AU'f-
'"'fW'VngKf !'o.:,n,;;ihfoat vorr li;nig;. ^rouble,,'
. '......:'''■ ;        .'.    i   Vr.--'   "i'i vii'rci.'Tni/'
Op;.osit.e, .City;;!i ti.il,v' Wfo^lP^G ■:;:3lAN^
'■'■-."' 'j;ifOUGlC.vf J f .. COliflS'ES?; ui,: :llook-k«?i>;
iior.v Shyiri.Jiai.'i,' 'f.vpo'.vi-itf'ig',.. etc.      Oioi
,:wei;k;'s ..iriitl   tt'i v"6n\;V'     '.■ .::i:';.' y; ;-;-":j''.;.-: .;, ;;::'j.r;
;';;.; (/utiUoe;iies;  free1.; ■    '^:'";■""'I'lioric^l'^CVj.,.:',
■vSiiWrifTO'
,).;1^ !VANI5.USKIRK.:
^l'::^dfrj0Q}\\
 ..in^:!)>ii-.\-:yfeEiV:
ii'i '.■;■'.'"! ?aihy ;^>',ry";"fi,qrt'yvi\'':)'cf of.,,;.fb? lid;; k
; o.yair-'-'.wi'r'c'-^iirh;'"iij^-'ljiuiv'bil;■;''Si/Vre'vyon
'.,'.'fc...L,.':E'b;):').y' "y.ofii|,selfr.'..i
':-*-';muclt';;ui'r.kpy, ?''"■";', A;;,V;;}r;,■;,;''■ "'^;,?;':;;{..'-:7 ":'"'";';■
IV'Li'vW-'s.^^Zj-tAVJseivHead-s.- ''p.ifiiil'c.c--.'
:X'tbu';;:.,?;'o'a.p:.-i,P^
'.iiuino.-;' I.t'vjilis,;ivfe'etfe;and';-cleaiis-at;-th<?<
•,&i*.'.xi(?-',rib.'.<?'-. ,'■■ V'"';;'' v':!.'^ :".''''::"''?'.':' "ii''-./'.."-'^
,;: ''Vf:s,   mothetV', "ciui^j.T ;:hadb't'.;any
roeni   kit ;'for:',lh'o... mince   piev"-~H.ur-.
.  .■   .... .''■■■■   'i     o.   •.■,.' ■.•'-, .-•   -...   ■
per. >   i>a>:ar. ' ■■ -.'■.::"    ''■ '  ''-■'■■>   ;.■■.-■.;
hMr&'s.'Eifiiincnt'Cures Disieiiiper.;;-.'•■;
,    C\;:i'y.ibf.. 'cui;bjila;nibg-■ -dboau't   niake
■u hn'r'tJ.'-Tpt-- anv ,softer.     .'.    '.,':■„;-;.;,':
.ELECTBlCrBEKTS^N,;; ■'
I;i;|H€:V:Bi&H-;;OI';:ML'
^VVaara; Selling tho* Best Electrib
'';;■.; Bcit;;.lti;.'tIia';;,World r.nl?: a'"''. Prlca ■;
" Within tho. Reach of tha Pocroa*
•::■;»,:?;<i- ;'-v.-3uffsrer;::"'''vM>:;.:"'r:v' €;"'.■;
Oiir Regular ^p^^iQ^
'.".■rt.:.',,'!','v'';.v ■-"':'.. t.) i\'.-.■'.•■ 'i';': i"1:-'-.." - "-'iV'  *"^.'-    »''%*'   :
V^OdUlty^'tove'   Xt'vv   J*;.y,   Nfld.,   Xov.
^C,«I),eciai:);--;A.i;if:r ' being for 'soveii
years,;, a;'hop<'!ess', invalid, -limbic ■■ vo
.^"^'^^IH'^^i^d'by t,rites .-,r:cl f.;iin^.
'!j<'piT\!'^l!of'-V'-.i;b;f t!r-. place, is back
,a;C;]i:;r;,(')i(i,,,.\vorlc ;;-. n b>.iierman. Tt.
•'S0'n'nd8'',lik'iif.'u'' iii.i'ra'-!--', but jr. Vnot—
it',^";>;; -Kidney dlii-eesr was 'the mai-
-t,i.'.r ;\yiih,T,jin'..; |,hi.id's Kninev I'ill-ji
.;e,tii'edVi.nn;:;;,;;.,^ j-y
-;;:';^lt; :;i.s;:VKpfnefhi,ng worth relating
t?wbaf Tfodtbs :.K'idije.-.' P/Ms have done
;,fbr.nic,"; fiays.; jSir. ihione, "tmil 1 aid
:,M'id,,Tp;, -tell".'.'if,'■'"/ h.ul doctored wiih
several:;;d<>cto;-5;'' ana oner ■- months
.^iri.he hpspiia'p-Nva' «t-nt homo as i.
cbraine,.;;-;-;■;;.:';;.:\M
:'7:;';it!chanr:'Qnirk,. v. ho had been ctir-
cdc;by;dJod(i;H-Kadii'-y   Pills,    advised
: inc.'- to" tryjXh/m'i  and   I. did.      J   too';
2,r;;boxes'beftu-e'T was able to 'go fo
AVoi-k;'"yl'Vvit -Loan"'hardly 'beli.u-i-> it is
myself is; in; it^at al!  after all   those
years "of Ktnfer ing."
■■■   Ubfidjs-; Kidney,  Pi lbs   never   fail   (o
;C,m'e alt.■for:;):;?"bf.-.-.K idney I)ise:tH(^ from
/Bbcfcach.i; to-'Prigh; "s   fM^'-ase.   Thou-
s'himsiof xured: ivill let! you so.
.;;'WiK'h; a -girbj/'is; be-ii^g t.i ken lo
Kiiropteto.''.ipa'kc jier lo.'C".''. ."-nm-.-liody
'her' fiiniiiy'tlbc^ii't' \. an; her to'niiir'-y
;i,t;'''}'is,r'Jiist'''\vhm;;''.shi' im^ cleej(!_.<! she
cduld;;nevei;, no; ice any other' man,
eyeit'' if.;;.s;li'o,;;re;n'ai;ied '-'ni;!.; all her
1 ife,;; thai.;; she . begins to wnndi-r ,\\ by
o,c?ii.:c;ichap.;^; Iciolang at ■le'r in 'inch
nil   ini'e'r'es't'i-if'g;-;wiiy. ,
1 slipntitin      or      luberoulosis      huviuy
eamjied in tho sy<1yin and crippled if-
ihe pa Hon t is not'.-ipt to be iu a condi-
tion  ui' readily  a.-similate  a  .--nfticieiit
(piantity of oxygen direct from the atmosphere.   ,Tliu   breathing   apparatus
ni'ist   lirft   bo   properly   dovoioped,  so
lhat the patient shall be able to grad-
| ually Increase tk.e, ."apply of air to the
' system,  until  at  last  he recovers  iho
! norinal power of deep breathing.
I     With   tlie  building  tin  of .the  lung-*
! through   proper  breathing   there  i.-i   a
j incliibolisiii  df all tlio" tissues and or-
| gnus, so that, for most men, breathing
exorcises arc more important than any
mep muscular exercise.    Not only the
lung*,  but ali  the internal organs are
brought into play by correct' broathing.
It develops t the r heart,   stomach,   liver
end kidneys directly and itidjrtoily and
nnui-i.-hes .all    thesu    orgrttis   as   they
slimiM be nout'l.i-hed by more blood and
hr-rU'r  blood   in  constant  and   regular
circulation.    Breathing., there-fore, is a
sovereign remedy,for our national disease  of  nervous  depletion.     It   might
well replace the conn!less' Ionic.-*, stim-
nhinfs'and anodynes now so commonly
resented  to, where results tire nothing
less than tragic in thousands of cases.
—Mnurice Manning, M. D., in Vim.
J.-, for only ;'
'.- .;if" ,••■'.<»a .ii'.i.v.t'ii't..' any'- enemies; fo: for-.
■fe'.'.>>*'.■ pardpn a.'fc-\v'■ of your, friends..  .
'; ;H»r:pfes3:.an,;K''Ba,hy,,--pi!.ri!! A.i.e r
d.r.' -IMii-.-et-MiMc Cure . striken 'Miie .root' of
!'-r ;'.:!>:..'rt inn! strik.-s it rjtiirl;. ,11,'-'W,
'U'!-l;.;i".-..r ,i ri :0^in>£>l ■ street,- prcci; viliV ,-(;n>.
"i«i v.',.; f<:r,.-t'-.-.-.J-lv.; yea .-is a"..''ir'r'eit'i s-i,T.irer
in•...■,'. r!i'.--&}■ ml--.siiv;: oouiiln't.i.".yis.b hi!>.?•;if
'fv'.";i..hb'i,-.-.-v:.' :<i!'. (k-otis'-',l!ijiU,'--li'. '.Aftev ;i:v
,''"!: 'IN !i.,)U!i'S ii-iis nlilo,. lo fo in wuili'
i.f'i , r-.'iV:,. ; ■' "|i (lib:!; puKi i;'urii J.-.f! .' til^.,
!.:;.-yt.rv-<....^r>    .    ,  , n...., .,,:,.■    ;..:.,:,':-.,.'.',,.     ,-.'.;  .,..,
;■■:■-■:;:'; :,.-■■.:,-.:A . l.asl   l.slniul.  •.■-'■-"
Of Use various buildings "Which adorn-
. ed the' Island'ot11'hiitb .liyore'-.rciri'uiiv.tO:
day, above wntei' only" a 'portion of, the
"eoi'-innailt";-,' the top, of the kiosk and ;.;i
pari-or. the-temple ofTsis^Tne traveler
•,v.|)jirrt;K'!ics the-mids iii a small boat; in
which- he. iria.v.ptissdown the colonuade
!i!Hl-[;u\v r.bout In ihe.dnce saci;ed cham-
hei-i.   U 'is' a novel auc! in'UM'estihgex-
. lioi'ieiieo.   but. io those  who ,.weio   fa-
ipiliiirwitli, the irsla'tVd in'-nll "its .beauty
.'; Is ■fti'lj.-.o'f- sacluess. '','Of.;"the,-cohiiiius'
whielr- fprtnod. t,iie <.->T,lonn;ub>: only  the
cap; to is - remain  si bove . water.  "'Upon
diese one sees, beautifully chiseled and-
oniii-'iiK.'iilcd'.witli dellctit'e coloring. Ti
beti-ns   olTeiviig gifts ,to\ tiuV.,.'gods   or.
Noi-oiii'csentitig.'fwo  ores to  Isis.    A
..short (iisiatu-e .to (lie rigbt the roof of
' the.kiosk'is-visible resting upon its ex-
■ <|U!:-,;te i.tibunns, wiiicli ;ire partly sub-
nii-rg'. .1. , By.' tt'.f.vo , tiniiisitaily   largo
, pa'le.]   trees rear Iheir, heads above'the
biiiiidiitii'm.—Century,   i' i
'Wlio   A:-»i   ••Tli'i'}';?"
: "They say: whnt ^ay tbeyV r.et them
Kay.'.', ssiid P;sl.:o|i Perkeiey. \V'ho,-tu'e
tiie , '-they'* tlitis so boldly ;apostrophized? \\'e iii;ty say with onc'Oithe
fid hers, "1 know when y.m ilo-not ask
me." bu( how diliieuli it is to get near-
Vf. We all liiiv;- liirHo .'tiiysterious
"lliey''- on our lips. ;»nd yet we cannot
deiine -(hem. y,.i, (i.,ol,gh'. wo cantiot;
deiiin. ,'-?!:ry," pnrtly". bera'uso '(here ere;'
so tinstiy ef.tliein aiid partly liecsuise
,lo:1:" '"'/.li'.''.great eiemenliil lliings like
'■'"''■ li'.'SUh'iiud' sleep are ciipable
' ;:"t!. we t'an still kiiowiir.d ysiy.
[ ''"'"d about "ihey." -i, "They" In
.',:'.'- --U mtlifi)p-s naniii, meant Pro vi-
"J .wnwlihr't- -spoilU ill o' this
shvr w.'njj iieetisbnned to s:iy,
;,„,,,. 'f':'-'ni -'ia. put' us in It knows
'.'.^". ' !n licr -f-:euse it Is of course
v'i'',':'l. lls,'l!- 'hough''th'o slang cxprc-j-
■•■^ ns good j,;, iiieyi make 'out"- to-
|,';;;';; u- ^Uli, "they" has generally a
•-,;..::>• niysterictis i.-.igni!!csiiic-e.; \Vhen
('.!-VS'1')' !' 'V'' :i|!ii(le In s.-r.no.'power'we
I,'!1,'"",1 f!"-'|1|"\"r lu the iiicompi'ehensl
,'1' '-'•'•hieni- in  si-.ino   set   uf 'people.-
M'tiuotl   fipy-'Uiiy,.. .
tin....
'■II •/:-.
^ (ii-.'!.:
"•-i'Ci:;
Qur No; 7 Electric. Belt  (with, suspctsory fa,
Di;n or lajiei atticiiracnt) is cu1"3"!"^ t0 post*J '
=io:e power, mor: current, more eq'-j'sl'distribution
of current, fcetic'r quality ind ■ finish, thsn »ay other
EJfcirio:.Ee!.:: rnartt:, VegarilleM ofpricc'-.''.' ;-,'■•
.; THs' Prcf. Karn 3:it ii a Hire curb f.pr Nervou*,
■'W.eiikae'ai; Kidney, Liver,and Stomach Complains, '
,'kh'e'uma.tism, baaie B.-v'ck, Paiii'or Aches in all part* ,
of iha-Kv-iy.    Weir.the iseit/tthi.'e you sleep, snd in
ihe morning you will feel years younjer than when
• y:u v.-;:it to bti.       '--,■ '  ,-'     ;-■  ■■:'■■.■
r>:-.vars of liios-: wKoult you to pay from $10 to
$S0 for an Electric Belt, not half so rood as tin Prof.
^ Karn's which,w„= sell for only $5.00.' j\Ve have only
one.price. ; \Vo di> not'iik yeu .^0-dol'ars first, and
if'ycu do a>t'baj-,- try ar.d se-'i yirJ.tho «ae-.helt at
any old jsrics. , ':'
Oar Ifcnest Offer —Ifyoudo not care to send ur
£va dollars wa.will sendyou one of our Belts to your .
nearest-express office, C-OI>. $5.00,' ".vhrT priVileg*
of cxaroinalidn, irMtbuctory, pay,the express agent
$') CO a>,d express charges and take the Belt.    If not .
as represented you'needuct pay o:ie..cent. *' If you
»cnd;cj*h''«!ith^r'der w'e pi-.-pay the p-ssuee.'.. ■ ;    r
.'We- are'manufacturers^/ all   kinds .of  electric
»ppliantei'.     W.-ite, u.vfor, our ■boa's; givinr; price*
and. full particu'lai-s.'  ,It is seat Tree, y/ ,_■•'      ■'
V6 not buy until ytw see cur.lvo. I  Hijh  Grada
Belt. •• Writs' at once. .'■Address      >-. a    '-..
.■.t?nK;.;,J'.--;T):yI>.-.*lloia:a"-i HyM-nU':".- Coi.b.'il
!.s.:a.:.sp(?oil.y.''cure.s'for.':'d\-!-er''erv ilifirrhoi'iv.
i-holvrii. .'."linyiiitT , .cointihtiiir. "iti-a s-c I-:;:l-ss
a'ritl; ./epinpfaiiVty- iiiru.'.'ni »i id i-hildi'-.-n
:it-i'thihtr,-.' Ji..•'tii'ves,-'.' iiifii'.'.lia;-.- i-i-iii/f ~'i.o
those.'•'-.su.'Vprii'i^.': Ti-oni... tin- of:i"-t'- c.f in.jn.-
.'rrti(,i;  i.'i- I'iiVli-,^: :uhri;,t-  I'lij.t,. cm.u::'bt-i ■-.
■-t'Vc.T-Tr'-ficts  i-Iih"""\vb
never   fails'. \o' cruiqu.':-   t >-,.•
oni- need ;f,c-ar t-holer.'i  n   Uii-
'tic. of   lids  :ne(Ucirie , (.• av. i.
■lei mi   lu-.uibiv tuut
c!-v.i
. '   ll.! \ I
•.-ill
Vo
;A-.".';c"uri.i'i'i'is' superstition nr.-vaihi in
the , highlands ,uf .Scot bind th.-it. if a
cat boV. earrii d ;: in u i.iiri. and the
wind '"'blow:. fi-oiii it to thi'- horses, the
iati'>r- '•iiijnv.xliately tn' aid u' anv
prii't .or.-'lhc'driver'-? cio! hing b-e imi.ie
b-bVn eatskiii;, (bo l.-'i-^i--. wdl iccl a-
it thev were, draw in.'.;- u do .!>].■ bm--
dc-i..;   ;'"' ■ :.''■'■'
.ito.'st•■.woM'.'cn suspiL'i
mi.sci'iiof oil tiip".'ovi.'i y I
bands  Sio'le:
. i
vere   is
theLr
-c. .me
hi. .-
Miuard's tiiiimeatXiires Garg'st in Cows.
; Al   the->age '.'cm.
i air iincl  begins l
Hi   a   girl
i.:.w- ep.
stops,  ct;
.jilsiny; ,me
lew  ti-.v-'tb,
i.'-watitV'lo   be
IjO'-g'nod
^.ri.tt    and
' ISill'-ATMiaMCIN;: —'1 .'''-li "in- m ihe
pioaivis of Fi-C-ach Ciui.fla. I--"-'- a "•"'•■'
,-,nu! u-')i-tr iin iron Iioo.n il- Mihstit-jie Hi'
v.-a.-i- .in the hal.d't ,<>:'. bovmu i:u- eai» »i
rvfi'iu'-torv ludiiiiis Vtib lii's u-..n li.m.l
in-.,! i!ipv: liii.vt" . ranii'i kid ll'.il :l «•''
-■'Lti'i/at. iViriliciii.'.'": ,b:- lj.'-n a--' Keleiiin.
Oil is £-re;il . nu'dieiii'1. '•'<■ '»'"■"' bob! ~>'
eii.iii '■' \vith un'',.i.--i'ii--',|..iti.! t.'.-'i kiitnl-'i >l
nut   of   I in' .sxsU'tn.
The   new ,; Pri;. i'sli-  nbie    II ml.   -nes
Vhl'.'-a'vei-age.'.wi.'L-kly   w.'a--   it'   f.fi'vn
skilled   tVi'ilv-'S   ,iU    >i ' :"   "i   !
il'
Whether for;,-immediate or futnfre consider-
erfttion our price.3 for-
■Copper .Plate Engraving- arc worthy of
note ' .
For instance, vve cn-
11,0 £rr.ive a plate like this
&ijn£   for bi.oo.,
; ' ,'
^rjg- !• roin die plAie wo print
'§?«$■ R • loo ehoieest quality cards
H S*3    iorJp.f-.oo.
lit
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i-'.i idM   I a dy {--.-'.nit.!'
,!is, <■
i>i,bl:i:
tor.s
. i.i.i a
d   if.
ei ■. ii-'.'
%
The'-"phar" will li»t a lifetime.
AVrilo- i,"or a copy of our
new handsomely   illustra-
^. K,        dtil eat.docuo, ready Ncv.
?,\l        Itth,     tin rc'i|ucstwc  will
ti'4        .-rial   it   .(-A any   address ^
§|   ;■ frrebrci'M.
Ill :-(yvmE B^oSr
||i ■ii-:\N,'(-j..i:«J>
%n     iui, »-'.',,'--'-• ;'-'-<1 ''-'^
&■$ Ve.--.«se ftl., Toronto        ^g w
ti>:^i'?'^>>> .vst>' ;<;.i"Vi
■y-.r;.-. ,\.-v    —i^u-.^i.^i^^'^—.^u-.-—>    x/l..~'i>    %
t:;;o'  '•:^cnyA:1>&Jc5:^*«v,,ft:,r'-- -v
Th-^ Wimiip'-g bank ■eleanr-.s I.
Ihe \v,:«-k wero'S:.!^."'"'"- lh" !;,'r':,':
on rt'Cord.
31«;liaiii:neil:iti.i   a:u!   Pisrs.
A recent traveler in Somali':-.»d gives
th" following curious iiu-ident showing the Mohammedan Inurr-d for pigs:
"We shot two wart hogs -ne a p.Tflio'
ulni-ly big boar. Alan wished to heim
the tnsks. but of coutse uono. of the
Somalis would touch the unclean ahi
uial. At last a. bribe of 2 rupees in
dueod tho Mid gnu woman to chop'Ihe
tu.-ks out with a hatchet. Even then
she would not touch thorn and with
(he help of two sticks, which she used
like a pair of tongs, put thorn om.a
Ciiinel. Then there was a long dispute
about the hatchet. Xo one would touch
it. It had been defiled. Of course this
was ptiro aft'eciatiOQ and placing (o the
gallery on the ayah's part. At home
with her native tribe she would have
gorged all the pig she could gob I.'.ut
it flattered the Somalis. and wo inarch
'Ml off, the ayah holding (he hatchet at
arm's length as if it wore going to blto
hop."
Any
Lore   ot   the   Clover.
one who  cirris-s  about
four
I.     Mir   P.
F'.iain   Is
,n m   on   »>0(tn   "VViitrr.
a' -tiii'tural   product,   being
escape of air or gas from
,.!!!
cttu.s-d by
a   viscid   Ihii'.lil.    I'.'J   !hc  case of  so'..-
water it is ibe crfi-ipe of, the carbonic
:u-id g:is from the sweetened hcvev.;ge
'that .causes   the ' atinieiive   sparkling
appearance, .bur- the
-tiione  would  give -ri
q.uantily   of
.loo. easily il?
this   some  luucik'-glnous
,'usiisiii.v suld.ed to the
d'ers (he niass more visouis, f-
Ing ihe gits from osccpii).-: -iuI proouc-,
ing   the   atii"iictive   hem
familiar to all.
awoeteiii'd   wilier
ei to bid a small
foam.' sis   the. g:is  would
cape.   Id  oi'der lo pi-eveut
pubstance   is'
1 he-sirup, which rcn-
>b provent-
leaved clover will be lucky and will
have the power of discovering ghosts
or evil spirits. With it under ihe p!l
low the lover may Insure dreams of
ihe beloved one. A fragment in the
shoe of n I ravel or Insures a safe journey. Of the live leaved clove: it is declared that if it bo woi'u on tlie left
side of a maiden's dross or fastened
behind the hail doer tho Christian
name of the tir?t mtiu who outers will
be the same as (hat of the future husband. The power of tiie four lenvod
shamrock for trond is familiar to nil.
ft-.mi Lover's otn-c pipiih'.r r.nil pretty
pong, the speak.t in which pictures
what she would do should she tind the
magic plant:
1   wonlil   ).!."•>    ihr-   '■ncbantt-r s   part   and
Kati'-r.bliM- .(1 '.ea.i.
A),'!  a   t  :i   ''.'.- ' r .'i   lib-.',   heart   Kiinni'.l  ir.
lilt   v.-e. !■! lie fi.'ir.il
The   I-'l:i^   Plant.
Linen is ohb-iiiu-d from (im tla.x plant,
n   sinnii,  ih'licitte   ini'iuai   '.\ iili   si   tiny
blue
Il.TliI
.V.
tlie
it! k-iviumerct
iin'd     '
lUMCOi
The   pliiiit   is
s.-.mtii.'r, :he S"im
as linseed, beim
.!
llb.-'i by
.. known
removed'
■ ?it,r:tw   subjecIcd   to   vsiri0us
■ i'o. separate the  fibrous  part
! Oil m
M
" Pure soapi
the words.
Soap   you
You've heard
In -Sunlight
have   the fact.
MMfmB
REDUCES
xy r*f ii» OiUrjor. 3»r. «'
whicu coustunics tho.knen. -1-irat it is
stcciK'd in water anil ■■then' passed
through :t drying ■tiiid heating process
on revoiving wliccls until all foreign
m.-.tte:ij-; l-ein^ved.'. it is then ready for
inanufiicture. ■
ITax b.-is been, used from remote s^res
as a text-He. fabric, especially In K-gypk
M'Un'iiuy cloths' ii'r'o'6ften Ijound to be
oi' .exceediriidy line texture:- The chief
liiien proiitn ing■ .-•buud'ios of the present.
li-.-diind. -K
1
nice.  Iielgium and
lax liber is round aiid
durable'-nnd   is  cn-
:   bleacliiug.      i'lain
s:is   a   siinpie   weave,   with! the
ii-oa'ds a It ornately- inlerspei>'iRg
day an
Goi-iiiaiiy.
irregtihir.   is   very
p.-t.ile   of   ox.etisi-'
iincii
w eft
the  wary ones.    When   woven   with  a
put.em it is usually culled damask.
As a clothing, material linen should
no! be v.'orii Hex! tin; skin because it,ir
11 very good conductor of heat.
Jute and hemp are from plants which
are used   in 'manufacturing ot'ly   very
rough  iiiiiterinis.    In form they  rescui
ble  very   coarse.   Inferior  tlux.
—Toughest wear, -flexible, warm, light
—Boil and scorch proof ...--
--rnrrli-lT,_T,JH f1_ i^SU'     pTOOf
—Rain and vrind proof
—That's what H.B.K. Pinto Shell Cordovan mitta and
gloves are      ■ ■
—?ilade from the hide   of  the   Western   Bronco,   the
toughest  animal   with  the   toughest   hide,   light
enough to make mitts and gloves.
—Sold bv dealers everywhere.
Genuine only with this brand. ^^ £i»£$•!!•
V/iitc for "Strayed," the funniest piece of
liliiratuie ever written about a liroaco—Fres
arm
,    4    H V*V      A*»C?
W
m
  -35
uc
'" H.B.K Duck'Coats are warm,
rhard wearing garments. ©.They"
are made ■ in _ scores of styles—
fleece 1 ined,'mackinaw wool lined,
leather reversible—high' storm
collars, large " Kan ti lever"
unsagable pockets.
Made to keep out the wind and
the cold, the rain and the sleet. Made to keep people waraf
Branded with this brand. -
Sold by up-to-date dealers
everywhere.
ts<
MONTREAL ■'
.nitting' Co.
WINNIPEG.
MAKE5VJP   OT   WARM   WEAS.A2LES   FOR   EVERYBODY
rjwpKPsm»fawfcin3oairj*»w.ajwju
•V \# H N3 &« \j b
I*"'
t?»
Enioy every
5       0 &
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s-<-j
I K K fc t S iTVi' ft J k
V
■'./^/,'rfl  j'/,Wl HI       ■   "$       —*■"
will   not   down,   and   the  FACT  that
Jgiivie's Hunganan
^
^
:-ys&#
Flour is without a peer is na thor-
onghli' understood in particular
homes, as is the fact that g-ood bread
can't ho made with poor Flour,
A  single  sack   is   argument  cnouph
to convince you.
THE OOILVIE FLOUR (VIILLS
GOMPAMY LIMITED.
MoraJity   V«rsan .'Intellectuality.
;\s a mhu groves oitlor ha iierceives.
that the mo.ral qualiliea are 'worth- ft
good deal more iu friendship .'than tlie
'intellectual qimH'.ieo and that no bvil-
liiiru-y of mind, no cliann of conversation, L-i'.u ■ mako. up for lad: of loyalty,
charity ar.d •roimrosity in "soi/inl inter-
course. Young mea of brains are dis^
posed to value . mainly , mental power
in other people, and it is a human
.piiilily   to' forgive much   in men   and
, false up- j
values of
iiies.  The
Ilia   Iilea   &f  rieasare.
"Yes; we went all over the.contirienr.
but papa really only enjoyed bimsei'f.
In Venice:"' ■,
"Ah, yes, no wonder! The gondolas,
St. -Mark's.'the"— -,
"Oh. it wasn't that. But he could sit
In fie hotel, you know, and fish-out oi
the .viudows."
women of yeuius.    This is a
preciaiion of  the  respective
meniaiity find the moi-al q-.-.:1.]
dine  conies   wncn  a
mail' learns   that
UisrHisi'.iiess
arfe
n   are   better |
Kaxy  EiioaRh.
Tohnnie."  asked  a  gentleman  of  ft
1 little kindergarten puph. "do you .know
how do make a Maltese cross?"
"Yes. sir: I fdio' do."
"Weil, tell me how you do It"
■ "Why. you just utep on her till."—
in wife or frh-nil, tiuin intellectual pow-
fi" acc-ouui'iuicd l.'.v imense self lovo
t'cituna!.' !ii<- uuin who docs ii;'jt co'.'Cii
to this knowh'd;;e. toe. late.- San. i-"niu
ciseo  lUilicuii;
hange.
The   Patient   Ouow.
Sonic  m'Ti." suid  Uncie Ebon.
v.ti mi' does■■!! day's loalin' hu'
HO
It   !)C;U
patient  an
i-emirued.' wun  .'   f     ,  '' *:" m :  '   $  t'\ ,?'  1 ''  ���v<>  ;4f\-'  H-  .'<'.'  it  " 'li  .. 1    1  ���:. * ."  ,!   .'.1 >  i '  r  '(3  '1-    .''*  ���  .,;'"' ���/  ���J,  }>.< ,.i!  i  v- ���'���f' "  i  *,->"*  j ,  l/  }''  w    ^,t  ,;ip  " l"  ;.  ~   "'*.  I'm  ���Mr?  .1  ri ii  II  I  ,    ff-  ^f  ���s;  t-1 r ���  ..t1  ^t^  /I.'  * *. fi��  i.'  ^i&  ii,  '��� -.?i:/'  f..i,.;,.  "-r I,','?,..*'  rt    'i- -'.  ii��iM A  ���i'J'tt' .",���.  ,!'"^i'''1''-  ^���iM'i.'i.  '.M/r.-l:  ?', *,-��� -i' '.f  .����?>.��� :���-  (A-    lij   ,       '  ���  ;,./';������:  -i .> ���  ���*'i' ���."' ',���'  ���i.'u   '  .* '<     .  'I.-.'.'  :     \  Si*     '-  - i .,     iv.  ,M >H~  (1 v  ���'Ti-  .1  .      i".''  ll  '',* f .'  -'I  ..;! v  :i| *'.  v!'  1  1/  T  i��4vf  1  ���lh  t  ,��fl I.  j  Vi'*,��  ;i.-! *  'if',  -C  ^ '  I /  ,? v  ' i :  ;'o    l  "���'    i  > - -    -. fl&   |  .j>-'m��.; t-^. -. ���  -;--     fl��.^��^����7.|ll","-.��-' l-.H^^WiTI  '   llll'.i.'     .'  ui..iu. --' .���������������-������ ;'f'id--i ,  i .-n 'p.  ! i-il ' ' v   ,  i  >*"?%���"' ���V^ "I-"*.  -,       j   .    -v.  r-^^r^-^.v*^*^���  ���.- ^rrvjHESffl^*2  "���    �����'%- ��� <~ - r^'s;r; . ^* ^ vC- "'sL*"���"���'V"'<>->' "-*' ''3>>''^flh* "^-"N'-" *v "-���' - *.' "* v"-.v '"!��� : ���  c .  i:.-..-;-.'  ��� -   ;,.>r  ]i      iliL fl  >"-���'   i;i   Lhn;         llcsidentw!   I��t3   onSCampboll           Me-ds ia the I. 0. O. F.'bainwmr          ft>      __                              . /_      ��� ���^.^;    "���  , .-.. ..-,,!,, ,. ,..,.,,,1..,. ,...-im,ii'j   c.    f-   o'c.oc!,        jfjcj       :-,���'.,(Jl-c/lKrsjiuoK  _!���    .r . S ���:'.'�� ���'  -J C'!..  r'latr.ir'*l*-'"-  ,'    ^  R'.'r.,-. < '.'-. ..ia..:-r��^-  ��>t"Y(.".r   v. 4 TUlMt^Y.'KC ���,".':���������. '';��3-  IJiv.-.M.    .  i Ci' .mi-   :  ii .-iwido   it i  i  .   '.,, -.. '������'��� '���'  ni-jtiier i  > Chit I   'l.id     JtlU~:li.oli  . (    ri' r  n .I  ui"  .me  ni i  ./-'.en; ,,  cl-.m.u'b    ctid     iMver  a   ..li'-'ci'   her   hUmiach  ���'lit thi.niu;h.  "v-*--"v -rj.-)F*j"  riic ���'/.���  p'.  , can iii".!-.-.* .:ir'--->' '-*"-'--r  This K v.'i.y i'."..' !(:;'  as tha Gr.''.:i 0':'? :'':^'  r',:c.e;A    --i"   '���  - -  ' i'lid   .Lo :���!(.! t  t.-t-   V'tMl^l  i-^  ''i ,. ;':;evc 'd' .:.-". - -^- hjt" ba\e cb< ft j  ',���; r. r..r.v,tr.-r.L i-.iic *U5.'�� ^-e ^ >��'����'1  ' ������-:'. - id l',.'.- ';-���.'.     I or c-i.U-I'y all drue;- i  ���/. '; i  ��c:..,-:"mu.'y  l 1,110.   J^aj'JJL.' iLiOUAiio.  Tn  ,-TO:<K Uuililing:  !Open Wednesday"  At * i^.h nm m iwmiuook tt). ' ,        and Saturday  youi't; -.vutn-^ii  kept joeltnip, in the v.nyj w^ fl> c:T0NI>( i>r()p.  lif the f|l"t t..i-ft| '.'��i'.'I'i   e.!'   <'f    thiJ,'<    f:"''   | ^^^a^o^.-����^w.��� -��jy?^j^-J!f��L^Sr���r2  The''"'.-',    o'c.'li      3'i-rSip. ctov sa.v>,  lb:it"-i,Vj     111" n J'     ^^'1     '1"t'   J'^1 )'kl"!  ,](,{ju���howl   u 'Ki-P-t   deal    and run;  around .4.t 'ii��.bt..  claimed :    'If you .lon'i ;-r' t ��''.��'* ���"'   ib" |  ..  wuv.ril turn tiu'lK.:-e<"i yor"  Bii^h-1 U  iaplv,   ili->   danisd   i  p'ic-il:'    'li   .Y"��i j e^o  'Ju^'wiul I'll   turn them   myi-oli   when",  "i Set home.    1'wiu^csc'.tc 1 so ]   didn't j  ��K.tirfl wWvih way I put iht-in on. .  Avob-ui tn'' p^oplo '���>[   <hr    \;'iiiU<! j  ;i'ii(- -;i. lln  i-v. .'cut i!    "   . "    \:;_ 'V'  j  T'HM'dc:-.- i'.uouevci; ;.s   .in'    'ri j1")1'"' j  camUdale    !^r    JJrf-i'iKMit, _   n����!  w.iuld be no aocond choice    A voio m  th.-. people wui-ld njme   Urover  Cleyo-  bimiii'tlie   demoqraub  cRr.didab?   I jr  president by ff-  leiwt  a  rlorclty   over  any'othc-r democratic cariduIiUe.  Residential Vols on SCampboll  ttieet.  K?sidiii:ti��l lota Dn Tavislouk  stiee.t.  House and Iclon Victoria street.  Ho:iso and lot oh Lake Shore  n venue.  Business block on Victoria  sirect.  Gc.O'i  dairy business near town.  n  .Mining stock,  FOB KENT.  Office rooms and living  appart-  j     .nerds on Victoria street.  | Housed for rent.  . We do   n'gejc-.'.ii   c'.i?nnUfcsion  "' busiiic&s.-  Farrell I Smyth,  Me^ts i:i t'-ic 1. 0. O. F.'ballcvciy  Kntiii-Jay evemi^ :'4 ''' (A;oc1''  Vi-Hinc 'iiethn n arc tcdi.ihy ;n-  vitcd   to   tttw:o   l.JCsc   meeting ^ , "        ' I        A     ModoCIl    KoXOi  P..  A.  .SjJ'Hi,  Pres.  JVF. J<MJN.-'i;O.N,       ^  i*i^...  Mc-fils every Monday evening in   tboir      ^  hall   on  Victoria   street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  0. A. Fooi-js, lr- J- Smyth,  Noble Granu. Secv'y.  ^ OPERA HotfSiii . ���'-   ' IN  1 OONM' EOT ION. I,   In a Modern Town ^  Rollins & DiclansGr,1, i"U  !'j-oi>rlets;iv.  rariiw"w,*wy*!!.'i'*^'''iiJ''''y  Bjywvrt��Mnt i���n<*y ��4ri^ir*   ir  t  Moyie Board of Trade j [|  ri  n/3Pafe'fs ? "nio 1 box 35.  tjUi. ^ J ������-���:<  f! ?���   5   Hit     !  MOYIK, B. 0.  Mrs*. W. A." irrest,  Photogriiplie.r  Owing to tiro faci that the head tnx  f ,r Cb'nif-se w*di be raiesd o,n January  L I'.MH, [rom ^100 t<. ?-">00 a' A'-"^-'-1' i;:~  IJnxi)fChin:iai".u into this couulry id  icateii. fHYOral ehipUudd have already  i"i:rived al tbcrcoari.,��nd reportn from  TokohJma Plate Mm I 1^ numbers  <-l Cliuu-ss -have booked p��^,a��-" J'or  Uarad.i -nd will icach I-.er- 'km'd.o   the  ��<���'"��� yc-i|,> ^^^^^^^^^ iStovepipes and  Thcdeiic^t'of *r.,00O.Oi)O-f which had j- ^ ,  >l.on^e   itfwre   November   ,7    ac-   --^^^���  CrJubi-'iok      Moyie,     Fort Stool��.  C  OiCT YOUK  Vegetables,  Fruit, Tea, CoSee5  <&  Cures Pain Instantly  in any part .of body-  Without    taking   a   drop  of  medicine.    All the superficial  pains are relieved-without the ���  big vis's ol   taking   dangerous  drugs' into the   system.    Its ,  work   U    fcimply   marvelous.  Price, $2.00.  CHRISTIAN     NIELSEN,      Agent  MOYIE, B. C.  ' 'Meets on the iirst Wednesday  evening oi each month at  8 o'clock shiirn in the court  house.  jAMUd Chtosiw, lion. 1'u'd.  A. J*. Maouosalii, Pros.  P. P. Johsstom, R- Camj-rem.,  Vice-I'rqy. Suc'y.  ; f4  iCS  vv.  T"i' ? r  HARVEY,   BIcOARTEH  & DUNBAR.  " Barristers, .Solicitors, Notaries,. Etc.  Cranbrook, . -   -    B. O.  W.' E. QURD,     '       .    '  BAisriisTEic, solicitor; otc  GRANBROOK. ' B. 0  utitain'   ���  i  f'?  r^y ���������i-l.tmga jtg*-^��aws=Jf7CJan.*  O. F. DESAULNIER   ,  DEAIEU  IN  V^    C"J'.  b>" _ ,    ,     ,  corning to^ tho contract betwver. t.iej  CftuadiAn government nnd t.lic OrC'd j  Trunk Railway f.��r W^ con^iructum of  lhC; now, tiuno-coaiinoutal rewti, ;;'?j  Uh-u suh^crihuil. This ia ihe thbt st�� P |  towards 1 bo cMUdtrncion   of   llio   new i  rili,.i,:ui. in^r^irt <-oj^ ten-unu, ;���--.  ]);;, ���ot -,! :.v,: uiCniioly deciueu,  lui -iwc1' 'H'o .���.)'.! r-Hih.ibly \jl- made  ��,("iwcr.i v"rt t'inM'wn and Kiii-i'i't.  v.\ II. F. OROSBY; Proprietor.  Joseph's   Convent.  :-ri;LSON. n. c.  r,  :->:m-'!id2 and Day Bchcml  co.iJiict-  c] ~\  ih<- Bi^'-UTri of ��U. J.'>.=eph, Poison  p    0.      Oi.'tnniereial     t nd    bnsinesp  ifuji-:'* a   .'pccinlty.    Er.vllenc;   p.nd    .,,.,n    . .,. j.jn   :*'lo   l-.'l.i '.-wifl    i ���'O��iri^0   clia:i-i'ti.-i^iJ   each   do   ���     ,'���...-    v  r.'.iio ri'...ili3L1.ir   Pan-i:";   .-dK'Hhl   v.-rite   for  '  "-'''''     ' '" " "   J'     ' i|..rt:c".na-...    One montn   :M?t.re3   the  iicti   of    the  PROMPT DELIVERY.  aueens' Ave.      MOYIE  DR. E. B: KING,  Ora^nbrook. B. 0.  t/i  ���K-i  The safest huv of th" ?cn:^n, and y. j *.V.i ilnnlne your  mnney in throe month?. Tiie comn^iy have rl claim,,  which surround the St. Eugene m:,ior~the largest pilver-  lead -mine on the American continent.  >!v'\   t'llvll,        "ll  ..ilM,. ol ...i-::i��3f '"';"  ��� n :���-  h,r i.Mi,i"'f. <������<���,'".-.'id  iri'SsP.p��.B.  'f-'.l *-'* vi'Jl')i:' ''-"(l Oil   t'iUs  iv. '  :uimL'.r   oi   tho   ^r:   .v.^l   ul.":  ': '.   .- ''^ ,;.."c:i ���  ijr      ',-".1. loi- >";, ^:; l'i'^' "!  ,   ,   - ,-  ' ^   ' -i ''. b'K. ���  '., ^ ?  . ���   ��� 11' ���   <'  i       '      '     i,.   ' 't ���'   f> '" -  ' ' '   *~i .     '  .��� " ^ i   ..'.(>  "-^k -"'>���>������   Lh'   -11    ,:,-���!';.    of    the   U>.-:r.-.\  ���1'!" f. ';-.- -1.s..i,.,-'l. .it ['���;������:/:���..'. Term/  : i);t'- ' cor.-ir.."-"? .].���:'.'.'.���.-'.' .-.;i-L tJ-i(1- ^P'-  i *i -> . f."i". :'.-, '-.r". ���^'ni'.i'."d divir-; tr-nn.  -*i.��� "-_Ti^aiSrr/Cii  if:-'    ?if ���; 'm;.'    ;.-,i       ii   ; i. j il  -. ���* !. s v pi t  i - c >  j  COSMOPOLITAN  . xzo^esx*  Our aini is to pleace patron;;  Good   draft and  bottled  be*?  nlr/uys on hand.  JOSEPJ'^ NiEDERSTADT. Prop.  ���I. :_... !f '-���:���: 1   ;J'  o..\ '-   i.'. A? , LU '. \jl'��. !  ',L.-..'t::"--'i   J M. :":  t7>; u :'' I  i    .    J    1,1';  '"'     T���!,'.CC i-'i'.'O    '  d'lAfj-n, -'!*>J- ' "    ��� ' '       . - -   - ,  \',,.. /'.   !   j\- c-':.i-i   i'/  '-���, '- '-'-���'��� i  v    T     i     .    '.   il'    il}     i'J'j I  Mtliiii'-ey   A ^. '^  ^ ,J   1 ,.-;������ on, ">'. , '"-,L - - ClK     '  il, oni   '.'  ! .:-;.;.-���- v..; ���;���-  LAKE,  B.  G.  .!!''!  7 M> ,V:.'J3i OOJ^pictG  |;=ij-'ih    ResorN gh  'l-.-z     Ooniinent      ot  George II. Thompson,  Barrister, Solicitor, No  tary Puiiuc, &o.  Solicitor for the ImpErial  Bank of Canada.  CRANBROOK,       Bumsn CoLUMr.TA  r <  ! Slock Is N  ^��ii:��',  nis  *  f&  For Particulars apply to  FARRELL & SMYTH,  BOX 35.  MOYIE, B. 0     ^  -MOVIE'S Uww>INC1  hotel  ���^rsr  ^  I'iif- he-1  '-[^ricc-ommodations-  for'.tl'.o traveling public.  P. J. Me&Lalio-n, L%r.  .1 nic  ,i:f  i ' ->'-v  i,k :>\-.b' .'  ���)1,   .  hi- ��� t:  -   ">  uro  ;.:!   Nervo;!,1   and  ,'ts   V.'ATEi.S     H-al   ail    Kidney,  ,     :-.-, I5AT1I =' (,<  i ".ifivcijl-.ii' D'-f- ci:  'ro'Arri; proit all  -Via���  lA'  and yt'im-K-li Ailine'ib  P.i"nedv  '. ,.IM '��l'l  ! fi - ;>.i! P.b.ei.m.ii'- '1 rot  ,,,,..', ,,; i !s...:l ,.rl.un t  ���'. l^i v I        ' !j-  *:'' in T. -'   '.;'-*' "^feic,   ac-j  \i;-vl,i.[. 1:j r.vi':c:"'  ��� in lif'trl or Villas.  ;c.w,.;i. Ht-.tcior ,11m.. t   ^  ., ,,,.., ...,K.  _-,^���-=,.- --���!>* orciien  tL-l'lf 1*. i!  ,.  -,,!' d '. -wfor - the "'-"���t(  .            ,.,      . ,   n"' .   -I,''1      .ilut.1;   j     i'.'.ld;  , . , ',,.-.��� .'   i-i   kept   at  he.Ml i  -iiti-iiu-iyry v.ic-. --   J-   -��-i   _                        (.    ^.^   ^ ^^  jnii -ivoii :; ���  ,"in --= i '^   <-':- l   '     C',S1  ; ^ g *,  i^i   jl  [I  i/M^M.  >( I  ���  .."in  lit .( l  :i '.:-.  I,   -'.1  il 1.  ;.'>>'.' f   ' '    '  ii'  ' .1^".: a :'-���' io  i,iV    .     t ''.-...:    t-"    ;   '  ,i.(..;, -.. - i.ic In   i .r'.i-'--'  >  ,.,.     fn   ..h'.ioc*   ev  en iv   be   v.:i:te>.  "-. V  u\  l ...  i,'.  i -, i.  i '  i  jr.ti.   -  jt ), I ui   ."��� ���-'   >��� 1'' >���  .iiy :-.'-.y  ;11  :-, ���>: t'.ic ci.id ;  ;    ;,.i d :'-i;,cr ('i , i". ioi; ,  ,'   : ,1'   I.!-..:     I.       ���' "'    L~ I  , ��� 1- j.1  .. -.l.l' l" ��� l': ���"���' I  ,:.::,ii,;i :.:������"���  ^y\  i  , '  !.,c in    '-     -t i'i"��'t'>t"'i  i-  ^' /r^ -q 5-i ^r'cTir^"> *i*'T  FOR   TINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Tine   Soilin'ga/' Overcoating  Trousori',   Imported    Goods.  3S0YIB,        ���      ���    ' B. 0  EAST [\0flTEHAY"30TTLlMG  CO  j CRANBRGOK, B. G.  AiBsted Waters of all  Orders Soliciicc'.  Soda Water  and Syphon.  6J      "    ���' - -'"''',. ��  I  Link Tour For  Wnes to the ". :  ��  iViANUF'ACTXJKSKS  M ^jrw*y-^-fc^^..'*J-g>*->ft*v ��i��>���*����"����� ^T^rw^wu^.-^-^-*.'"'*^^- i��rt*3ns-i*.^ *�� ***********  I  LIFE    INSURANCE  1  COMPANY.    ._._���  ^jxjt^jf^^uw******"*****^ *-^��'v*"  !  1  Pii  Which ^urnishhs Life   ,  Insurance as an invest- .  menfc ior you and a safeguard for your family.  R .1 SMYTH, Agent  MOTHS, B. 0.  ^  , Spoitanc,   f'ra. llo  v��r* *-^��r'  ..�����-��� ��."T*" ���H*l*"l - *-v��1^"T~T������^,���,  e�� r^"-^,iw *-"^*  "5. p n ps* c !> ^Jv /^l *"* ���* ^  rl   Coa.'t   Points, i  buit --    V��i .-"U!hvall��lr..i:  *.ira-x���jr=a-tnE��E��"'  -_^ �����T���*i3=��li  XF Y'biJ HATE A  LOTTO SELL,-.  % HOUSE TO RENT, ,  LliHlNGSTC)CKT6. BELL,  br if.v.'ii; wish to invdet   ,  ���i,j'iuiy.o!;..tiie63 consult  ^ABHiEti  '^ ^Ml'TH.  Prices G-iveii.  ���iEsrerything . ��� -,  in tlie Printing  ��� Line at the: ;  P.I    i'.;d   li-.*-",   ?Ji  Chicn-o -us-1. I'f.v.i  -r- -> y .1 -  l'���-1  I  Lager Beer, Puller and Bottled  duality not sKceb.s.Tp.ri tbo country:   "-'-'ry ^ aiu|  ���{-, ^v /;. f-s.-v��' T'-i ���"' c -% r*,.  ;^ TH'^;-'S DAILY ^ I     F:-'!l ���: Ul'':^11''-,,'l,r' i,'i'J,l,:5  ���'^ i :-.'..   ''    .';.,.    !   .ultsv.     V*'C  ffi)  &3 to i! '���  ���E  <f:  ��  /%,        :r��s')       �� iwi'-  rTc-    ^fiuipr.iint    TlrrnnghouL,   L'ay  . - CoacheH, IJnlace .and   Tourist  ; Sleepers,Dining and Buffet Smoking aiid Library Car.-'.  For Tickets'-,  Ilatoe,  Foldera   find  Full  i-aformatbn,,can on   or  ad-  .    dresa'any   Great ITorthom Agent  or write  ���14. 11. C. ?JIEKfTiS'i.,6>", G, "\t. J', A.  litiii   Jji.t  riuppiy  only    lira   'j'iit,     "/oiir  Lrcuu eolicitedj  Iii    all.  i ��� '���  i 'ft  i ��\  Ui  I*  -   .-   ii-f     /---i.     Tj- -<7- ������ r- "�����;>- -71  ii^y t-! s V ii i: ���  "-.-7*   .<T<;  HOTEL S  IP. iv- JOBtffilQft  Cities  British  !'<ij2 Fii'st A?chUB,       Sjsat'.i'i.'K, Wash). Headquahi ,rl,- roil juJabt Koo:riiN;vy  ��RANBH30K3B C.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMKRCIAi^,  AND MlttXNG MEN i!!ITW),.Cou])"^ 3  i     yik        '., ,    -     ,-      ���- .^tum**  t

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