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Array T���r  C*  id  i  ickness,  ance,  s. Broil  v  ies,:  ifOYl  T' it aJ  3999<  <*-  Tiwl  K) 25.  ...v.L..^., kV..^*      J7-V   ��� ^-  ;__ moyie, b. d. oorojiion rioffiT  ��Cv4. MdddA^^-^  .*;.."���/',,.-���  -T��'  =^v.~M(^.-.*0��:-f'����<��  .V,'-"-  Blue Outlook for Lead  .   Properties, *"  ���t0vS?  #**J*-  j���  y&  0  /j.Vi  !Jq ^|iy on$ who shows   #  ftlje ,l^rgepfT' Bash.' fpuri   ^���  bliagQ^In/our'gijjore for  jmQ   weQ&, *'.beginning  Saturday morning until next Saturday night  , ���. at 9:30, can ha;ve their,  choice'    of a    suit   of  clothes free out ,of our  large     and     assorted,  stock" of over 100 suits.'  We find it pays to ad-  ^yertise*.and.'let people   ''}$  . know what we havo to  offer. f  'Tlie bargains offered last, week "ivero  speedily taiien. advantage, of> aiid tlie'.,sq,xne'  prices hold gOGcj;  This special, offer in-  eludes   clothing,   ,<ify  goods, 'u'nderwea,x\  ftoots.and stipes, and all  Hindis of, goods, except�� )K  ;.' groceries.'    Each '��� eus-   ift  ,   tomer will  get a cash  receipt'-" for goods purchased, and the party  who can show the niost  in. .'the    aggregate  amount   at  9:30  next  Saturday    night    can  have the   choice of a  suit of clothes   free at  \S2-A'��EAE  I*  THAT TWO PEE CBJ  ated at 'a'Profit "with  Und at the-Pres*'  .ent'Price*  JunWsGronin;.manager of the St.  Eugene mine at this place, \us in  Cranbrook ��liis week, and ' wns inter-  viewed by tho Herald. Mr. Cronin  says that for" those engaged in lead  mining it is useless for them to at-  lenjpt to  do''anything at  this, "lime,  <ft  ��  #ft  LOCAL  NEWS.  Mrs. Foig is qov; running a,otoro at  1'inehc.r creek. ' ' -     '  Arthur Trent icj spending a few  days.in j.'rank and inairmonv    "'  W. L, V-eid passed through "Moyie  yesterday'cm his way to "Welson. "'   '  Tho,-. limle: and CbasF Parrel! were  "down to Cranbrook'yesterday.  Mrs. P. jVMcMrhdn'an,d Mrs. Ful-  lflrio'n wore up from Elko this' week.  ���Rondmuster   Ohao.   Grossman    has  moved hio family to Cranbrook.'  ' Eugene Etle* left Tuesday '-for Mor-  '   jrissey/where.he has taken the position  St Eugenia Caunot be Oner-''as-1Qaaadv/yGrir:th',0��e?smmiji:'  '   "*       ' '      ���-���"'"���.-"'-        a feon.waa   born  to- Mr. and  Mrs.  F. J. McMahon at the Hotel Koote-  np.yThuraday paorniiig. '" "'" ���'��� ���  H/il. Dimock fyas moved hia family tq Wardner. 'Kany jm'mc'eting  with splendid success in hia new bijai-  uesa. ' ' ���  Andrev/ Johnston h up ��from Mor-  rissey:' this week. ��� He' reports considerable activity rouricl that- thriving  town. . ' '  'W.R.Stone has opened a barber  shop in the McGregor block, which  will be .open, oir Wednesday' and Saturday of each'.reck ��� C if.  v* Jamw! ��� Cronin left Thursday for  Rossland and Spokane, and" may take  a trip to JSTcw Mexico before he re-  .turns,  Clmo. Biesol, formerly Biiporiatcnd-  bnfat'the St. Eugene mino.'is now in  the mining brokerage business in Spokane with Dr. lleddy. ''"'  There is every , evidence of. a hot  contest for the suit of clothes that B.  Campbell & C o. are giving away -free  tonigh't.  Rev. ]). A. MacKerai'her will leave  next Monday for Kingston, Out.,1 to  attend college."   His place here.will be  Items of Interest Se-  <v���tu��dei^xisting conditions  GanadianSrrielting Company  of Trail "will Build'" Mw'  Eefinery Larger thtof  '/The two   nor'cent  tax,"  he   says,  "which m generally believed   to bs on  the not proceeds,  while  on   the  contrary ," U on    ihe   ndt   returns   of   tlie  smeller.   Jfcodts ud about, ?15  a  ton  to produce tlie   load, brides 'interest  on investment,  'and   that   is  not deducted, bin is  taxed,   'rf  we  were  to  operate the St. Eugene now, wc would  have no net proceeds'to be taxed, yet  there would be a heavy tox   levied  od  our   product   just   the   caun.   Th.?n  agaia our laUor   horo   costs  about  20  per cent mora th:*:, oa the oMier   -id..*,  aloue *.u tiie ijt.  Eugene   means  That  about $3 a ton, which is the di&-reuce  ^ust now bHtwecn ^gcew and' fajlure   ailed by Mr; Broadfoot  ;.i  Lord Salisbury \s  reported pinking.  Emile'Zola, the' French  novelist, is  dead.       ���        '  ��� Thanksgiying     Day     ig    officially  settled for October 16th.,  Frank  Woodside  has   resigned   his  I FUUIL-* : ' ">' ' I  fl IX  AIJUNDANCB -SUItROUiTDS it  1MORRISSEY, B. G. *J  ^ The , recent strikes ..hero and tt."  >' elsewhere chow tho importance tf'  1 or Cokland'Coke:    '     "      C F-  $ JIOIiRISSEY Coal mines will 3>  ^ always5'be-worked1 to: thgir full ^.  *j capacity',' whicli'insdre's' a'large iy'  j] and steadyvpayfoll for tfiia 'place. g-:  *��j Any careful, intelllg'cnt-inveator p  ��j who will examine 'tko'.resources ��>  (J surrounding Mdrrisdey,: will'' fie- f?(  U come ���" convinced 'that' wh;ph*'he �����  ^ buys real estate hero' at! pregent g,.  prices, ho is purchasing at a low %.  �� price' property that will - bring ��j  J him spjendid ' returns. ��� Luts on T"  *y easy payments.   ' ' .    ff  '^        MOERtSSSl' TOWNSITE CO.        ^  '<   Thoa. Cralmn.'Airt.    ajfORKISSJST.' \i  <?6  in load miuixig." Now vrlth all thu ore  iii sjght, with tlie' magnificeuf equip- I  ment we possess, the man pr company  who would attempt to operate the  property would do so nt *a*'cojjtmu'al  loss., In other words,'if the mine had  to be worked now it -would not'he  worth a dollar." ' N  'Jo��e^>h Ifiederstadt has  taken   oye  NOTICB.  i  -*  ' <r- ^r.Jtf.^r./^.M"'^r'^'-^f'.^!i!t-/Sz^-^s:'  ^V**^vv'��^.x^--��Sfe*>i����.->��fc'>**v->!v-,^s.-^.--v��vC   "     -  ^'   s&y-Z.  >1V   ���ift vv' ^sS  iNKcnw  "=^>-  ���1NADAIN"  ^UJUiflEHv]  In theSmalJ Uel.-ts Cburt of Knst Kootcnay  holdeti nt CYaubrook. ' '  To Baptise Gnjueau, of iioyie, hirabermau:'  TAKE NOTICE tiiat a summons lias been  Issued iijruiHs-t vou iii i'lio nbovo Siunll Dcbw  Court by Hill A Company of Voyi.?, inerchiiuts,  for the sum of Jl^.00 for goods sold and delivered, and uu order hat been made (hat n  ���jni.hcftt.iou of a. notice, of ihe issuing; cf such  Summons in the Jlb\'���.- I.eadc- shall be d'.cmed  to 'xi scrvFo of the cjumut'ius tipoii-;-&u.  The summon*! v.-ill be hc?.rd a' Cjanbrook li  lidya lifter the publication licioof, at 10 'o'clock,  ui the forenoon, ivhen you ure reiuired to appear, and if j on do not appear either i". por**bu  or by >our solicitor r.f the rime and place above  mentioned, such order will bo   ainde  and pro-  ceodinj?s tdkon a**   the Magistrate   mny  think  ju*-t and expedient. "  Dated this l*rU tlr.v of October, l&tnl.  J". F. AKMSTKOXC., ���  Stipendiary Mat-Ftrari.'.  UBI.1  'aid Up OapiUl   ^8,000,000.,  SflttGH. ' ���   '    -HUBERT HAINES, MGR  Good Shoes  for Men.  NnmnwiiB^.M.wHiy  =HIS SPA.CB IS RESERVED FOR  Firs  ibis  JUL.  [Jeadfng I/adieB ana Gents furnishers.  SSJa.1*"*.  f��'"\  \J tJll II Oil.   JL A U L V A ���  ���^  <.._  ''itr.o    Huinile   lOnni'V-.'i    ''< 'uff  willi house for oi'.u.n.;-.. C i " ��� ':-,"���  of ficcommoiKiiio".!.  |cadquartors' for. Corti'mftricia* nnd Mlm  ���' v��NlfR,     C  ���'-.''.    . ���_.' '.���, ���  T.<i.  The  man   who  buys   his Shops  from   us   needs  judge    only    of  the fit.   Wq pro-  tept him 115.  al}  poinjg  pf style  and Service, |t9s  to our   ;nfcere^t  to sell you a satr  isfactory    shoe  and few  know  better than we  the        requirements  of   Shoe  satisfaction.  the Co.jmmopolitan hotel, ami will  hereafter conduct' the business. J\fr.  Niedrstadt will conduct a first class  house, and -ho dasurves Lo . meet with  ,success.  IYesbyleriau��� services will be held  eomorrow (Sabbath) as usual in the  LO. 0. F. hall, when Xlev.' Mr. Broad-  foot will be prese'ut to take charge.  Sabbatli school' and bible class at  3 o'clock. Service in the evening at  7:30 o'clock. All welcome.  ' M. A. Beale was here this week  looking after the branch office of  Beale, Hutchison & 'Elwell. Mr.  BcaTo says the new firm is meeting  with excellent success and that their  business is surpassing ��� all expectations.  ])ave Fleetwood  has   left   for  Spo-..  bane and the Coeur d'Atones to spend  the winter.  ��� Dave is a character.    He  is Over 70 years of age,  served in  the  Fumy during the civil   war,   has  traveled through  Europe  and  been   presented to several of the crowned heads,  crossed the American continent eight  times,   been  in   every   state   in*   the  union, has visited every   exposition   of  importance during the   oast 50 years,  and docs not know tho taste of liquor.  He now has his eve on   the St. Louis  exposition,, which will be hold in 19Q-J.  position as secretary  of tlie Rossland  miners' union,  Two, "miners, w!r Clark and J.  [-fairies, were killed by'a gas explosion  in the Gebo mines at frank; Alberta,  last Sunday evening.  '   ' ������   ���'���'<>  United States- capitalists are about  to erect' cold' storage warehouses in  Cbarlottetown, P. E. I. The government will guarantee their bonds and  free them from taxation for six years.  Owirig'to the removal of several of  ,the aldermen from the city; the council at'Sandon ip in a fix through lack  oi a quorum. INTo monies can bo collected or salaries paid, aud the school  will haye fo' plq'se through lack ��� of  funds. The ' attorney general has  been appealed to for help.  ho Oanadian Smelting V/orks at  Trail have been experimenting for a  year on a new process for separating  and .refining:   lead   bu.llion,   savs   the j i'onp  tripctaatidpiSi' In toad. "��� ' "?  Every ��� community   has "a   certain  number of croakers., There are plontyC.  of mon'today who r/ill' toll  you that '.  the pric'e'of lead svas never' so iow^aa  at the present 'time, and" that  there is  no possible chance of   it   ever rising  again.   As a ' matter' of   fact  in the  years 189B and':1S94 lead" was  down'  much lower tharf at.'tho present ,time,  and yet it rose again.      ���'     \ -,        ��� ���  Lead miners  will' be  interested in .  the,foilowing table, which; taken jfrom  the  Mining''industry;'' of the" United  States, gives the average* price of pig   .  lead at London since 1880!  Year '-     ' ','     ' --���:  18S0 '.'.,.:,.:. .16  1881 ���..'..: 18  1882 '....:..11 ;  1S83 :,.*...12  ���188J-... ���....:" '. ...11 .  isso...".,.: ��� ii  1886 , '.13  i887....t..'.'. .'..12'  1888 '..'... f.  Is'1  isso1 "....:.....��...i(j.'  1890  ..'....' 13  1891.' 12  1892,,- : io-  1893.  1894  1895.  j^elson - Tribune. The experiments  have been costly,-but have resulted in  success, so successful that a large re-  finery will be built as soon as a suitable location for the works is decided  ion. At - present operations sare conducted on a small scale at Trail, the  output being in tbe neighborhood of  200 tons of pig lead a mouth. This  shoulcl-be good news to every man  living in'the silver-lead mining camps  in Kootenav.  1897".  1898.  1899.  1900.  1901.  ���'���  9.  .  9  .IL-  :il  .12 <  -i3  .13  .13  .11  o.  '6  19  ' 7 ���'  18 .  "-1  10  i  '  i it  17-  ������is  7''  S".  15  is"  12  -o.  ..0 ���  0  3  '18  4 '  10  d;-  "9  3  ��� i  '6  d  3  t-j  10  . 'if.*  10  lQe  1  0  o(  ' Q  -6  Q ���  o:  6 '  0'  t  3  Kii)iln-3J��liHelitcr,  Mr. Carl   Eakin   and   Miss Flossy  Linklighter   were    married    in  ITrank Johnstou Won Hie Cuso.  P. F. Johnston of the  Movie  hotel  returned yesterday from Kaslo,  where  he   was   summoned   to    appear  and  show cause why   h9   should   not  pay  John W. Eickers $7.50 for goods purchased.    At the   time   Johnstou  purchased the goods the store had  passed  out of Bicker's hands and  was  owned  bj Fred Sloat.    Sloat owed ' Johnston,  aud the latter was simply  endeavoring  | to get even b> buying the goods.   Notwithstanding this, Eickers  demanded  payment, and when Johnston   refused  it was  placed   in   the   hands   or- the  court.    The   judee saw  through   the  matter and  rendered  liis  decision   in  Johnston's favor, and taxed   the  costs  of the case to Rickers.  METAL   MARKET.  '���New 'York���Bar silver', 51^-cents.  Lead, H.1U.   Copper, .$11.30.  London���Lead, ��10,15s.  EAST KOOTENAY  STOCK.  Asked.     Bid  Crow's Nest Coal  $350300  St. Eugene '...        50'      49  .North Star..".       ^20       184-  Sullivan". t g^.       ^1  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date "  I intend 'to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and works for a" special   license  to"cut'  and carry away timber froWtiio following described lands', situate in East Kootcnay;  Comm-encingata post planted on the Ea<=t  line of H. -A. Hobsou's timber'limit 'about 1,000  yards South from the N. E. -cori'er ahd 'thence'  North WO chains; thence East ��0 chains, thence .  South ISO  chains,   thence  West  10  chains t6  the point  of commencement, containing 640    .  acres more or less.      F      DONALD'GRANT   '  Dated September 1st, 1P02.  NOTICE.  the I i[��vie's fire chief and ex-school trustee  Catholic churcb   at   tho   St. Eugene vvi11 ha>"c t0 C0"Bh ��P between $50 and  mission     Thursday    evening.    They *75 t0  tU\ co"rt iUul  lo0^  P^^nl.  passed     throuah     Movie    yesterdav Hf.r^  ft   h^! ^   *��   bluff was  ���               *"  ���         *         tj-u      i called.  passed through Moyie yesterday  morning on their way fo Tlillyard,  Wa3h., where they will reside. The  Leader fains with their many friends  in extending congratulations.  Notice is hereby giron that 30 days after date  Therefore,   as   the   mattpr    ?tands, \S^^fT:^1^^^  and carry away timber from tho following described lauds, situate in East Kootenav ��� '  Commencing at a post planted at tho North  Easterner oi If. A. Robsoa's tlxnUir limit n 2  the North bank o^royie River, ,n��l aS  falls, thpuccWest SO chains,  rhence North SO  Jtlas* Shipment Postponed,  The Moyie Board of Trade !s in receipt of a telegram from the deputy  minister of Marine aud Fisheries sit.  Ottawa stating that the' shipment of  bl.ick bass for Moyie lake was postponed until the weather was a little  cooler. The board has been industri-  oi.siy v/orking- lor some lirao on this  -a*.itw,and has finally succeeded in  ,r\-tiii"r.g aid from the government.  I  likeEache  fit  MoVJi-:, v.. 0.  'i-iZTtixyfz*'  ag  -���'.-��� ... ���i-*j 1  fMm^^i^^^''������'-<*'���''���" " I  .MaMaid,  ijt��U.ortif.t. Cli-.ircli Ho.--vices.  ,   gumlav siohool at 3  p.. m.    Preach-  ing ut  7:30   o'clock.  Como and you   willy be   made  wel-  ooujo.        A.'I'C MAllSHALLFPiipfor..  called.  Wc have not advanced the price of  our tobaccos. Amber smoking tobacco, Bobs, Currency and Fair Play  chewing tobaccos are the sairie size  and price to the Consumer as form-  eily. JVa have also extended the  time for tho redemption of Snowshoe  tags to January 1st, 1904  . Tin: Ehi'ihk Tor.icco Co., Ltd.  Putting- in Elmoro Process.  The Enterprise Mine has decided to  supplement iti coucpnlrHting plnijt or,  Ton Mile with the Elmore oij pror-oss.  lO.vprrinn'iits have bocn going nn all  sumuior and   hn,c   proved   eminontlv  SUCCCfcSflll.  Fbi'  enlo    in 'large    or  i��  small  quantities-it   Uie  yic Brewery,  Moyie*  chains, tnence East SO chains, thence South SO  ehaipj to the jioipt of commencement, contain-  ing 010 ^crca moro or less. ��  ALPINE CAMERON,  Timber Limit No, 2,  Dated September 1st, 1902.  NOTICE.  KotlM is hereby ffivcn that 30 days after date  I intend to apply to tho Commissioner of Land,  and Works for a special  license  to cut ami  carry away  timber  from   the   f.-,n,-,t,-,-������   ,  cribed lauds, situate in East Koote a -��� ��g  ClGSr  Conimencmsrat a post n'an^ri- .,t K\  wljero Jloulder Creek ei'^^r��� ���tUo^.oi��t  thence North 1G0 oha.^, fhenioEa^? o?^cr.  thence South 1GC cluuus,' tfi)v^'jne��iU?s>  to point of commnncci"cnt ��-*o,,t^ -Cllai1^  acres moro or less. h   w4^"111?*" 640  Dated v-ioptombcr 1st i<.0�� OFANT.  Xotice of BIssolutloi.  rmiecl Sth tiny of Sept. 100?,;  0 paid  ��� '-������ Reid,  R. CAMriiEti,  '   > !  ,'   !'  .' r, ?  ��� , t.  :  ��� ��� !      1  ��� 1 ,    ���  , 1   ' ' ! 1  ^���ic.K r-*T m-r Tiii-��r n.n  .Hit. BOWSEl��j PLAA.S  HE WANTS  TO START  A   FIFTY ACRE  POULTRY  FARM.  About    Exitent.cn,    However  lutil   Hi*   Helpmeet.  Offers a Pen- j;*  Forgets    -"'ir*.   Iloivker,  ''ijfares and Hi<j Project Wilts Like a piu���.���  ICopyright, 3902.  by C.  B. Lewis.]      '  kHAT Mr.  Bowser was preparing-  to   spring   a   surprise   of  some sort on her Mrs. Bowser  felt   sure   as   lie   came   home  the other  evening,   but  she asked  no  questions and lie volunteered no information   until  after  dinner.     Then, he  looked around  tlie sitting room ns if  taking a farewell of the furniture and  began:  ".Mrs Bowser, J Have Iiad a good offer  today for this property, nnd I think I  sjalJ accept It.   That is what I wish to  'laik to you about this evenin*-" >  "Would you sell'out'to buy a place  elsewhere?" she asked.  "Not a place in town,    if  shall move into the country  DTTTT.  "Hy Uiundcr. woman, but can I never advance anything you won't oppose i" shouted .Mr. Bowser as he gestured away with both hands at once.  "1 nm not opposing you U\ this." she  quietly replied as she prepared to make  further figures. "AH J want is for  to be sure how you art- coming out.  "But I tell  vou there*'*;  It."  "I  so  j  you  a  fortune In  !      PINGPONG AND TENNIS.  THERE'S   hardly   any   difference  lar as J W:n see,  Uetv.ixt Use gam, of tennis and  the  I snnio of double "p.- a t,u  While puiBiJonff is a tabic game and  ten-  ins oi Hie lioJd. cn  Both   games   are   played   win,   balls   and  9  TOPSON OF  R,,t ,'i,0V U'e uiayers rackets wield;  Uut U.at cannot be said to be the p  shouldn't  wonder.     Now,   about  the hired help.   To take care of several thousand chirks and the same number of old fowls you will need n man  and a woman or a man and n Do v.   You  will have to board tliem on the" premises.    You will want a span of horses  and   a   wagon   and   perhaps  a   single  horse.    Has this farm you speak of got  a creek running through itV ;  "now do J.know?    what do I want  of a creek?" ,., j  "You must have plenty of water.   If ,'  ���here Is no creek, you will have to dl�� '  out po'nds  for your ducks and  gees" J  Are you going to pluck and pack and  ship your own poultry or sell to ped-  dlersV" . /  mufai acimlt  f THE DAILY  | RUSH  P ,    BY CHARLES  WELSTED  5,  The  ie tennis is a warmish game It seem* ; ?  Cupyriaht, 1901, by A.. S. Richardson  pingjtong- is IT1. ems     '  ic-t since chore's no great difference  jnngpong's name be Dennis  wh-n the heated term comes on"  lollcs so back to tennis?  And wlu  will  will  &- �����* -0*-&+<Q-QQ���&������&*���& -(  Sor  to   be   a   fad   for  thing,  though  I   sell,'  1  i have  1.:  ' if  storage,  riven   to  ���^ you don't  Where in-  sixty  but   of  "Why do you ask that?"  "Because if you  prepare' vour own  poultry for shipment you wj|j Ileed ������  extra man-and also ice or cold  Then   the   crates   must   be /driven   to  (own.   There's another'thin  seem  to have thought of  eubutors  nre   used   only  every   hundred  chicken's   hatched   live  beyond ,(wo or three da vs.     Vou  see  the loss is almost half.    We will now  add up the expenses aud strike a bat  a u co."  c.nV?,W�� (]�� .'I,othIn* of tbe k��ud!"  s.iHl Mr. Bowser as he g|..���;ed ,,t tht  cat in a way io make her shiver  "But don't you  want  exact profit*,?" "  "No. ma'am, 1 don't. . 1 don't propose  be made,, fooloftouiyn.ee.    You  can drop that pencil and  novel.*'  "Do yon mean  -meiiow   there   seems  toadying to name-  We'd rather  have a crazy  it is all the same.  [ crojuet"1' a'Zibberz1^ ��nftead of old  And down  we'll fan and ,10wl' t      E,bbe-  ' ziyn most any dav.  It isn't that the same" Is changed, but it's  because the rose V  C*Uei VjT llfh0"?,ne we've learned to love  ia in its dying throes;  Heace    If  some   chap   would   dub   b  TherJ    ti   y na"ie ��f Zenll>'s J^nya  There d  be a gre.-t big funeral, just  there was of tennis,  bridge  's,  like  tho  girl  H's   human   nature,   1 .suppose:  that's christened Liz  ; ,n!f/ S,K'"S ""'"capped, of course-  and 1 suppose she is.  ^ Sor^ey' *"*" Sh��PS: l6"SOr<*>  HaV*cr.��y day    ^   entitlea   ln   thI��   title  But   what   l   started   out   to   sexy  through the,heated spell  w in we continue pin��rpong  tio as well?    '    "  In other word*, as I have said, will pinjr-  pong s name be Dennis  Ana S!U'S?UBUy coni0'to trme som��.  "-Baltimore News.     ' mon��'nt,  A CSivo-nirny.  was,  will  tennis  to got ,at the  resume your  reeu  ���  .  ),  ' l!',  <���    I l .        >  , i,    r  ' "if" -J     '     v i  HE  GE3TDKED   AWAV   WPH   BOTH   HAVDS  AT ON'CE.  found the chance of my life.    There's  moreclean money in-itthan In a gold  tiZy  "yo,u are no farmer'    1  dou't  think you know the difference betw  tlniothy'and clover."   ' "   -  "Oh, you don't? Perhaps I don't know  n barn 'door from a bumblebees: .nest'  *ou are always ready for a fling of  some sort" /      ��� h  "But how should you know anything  about.farmiug?" sheVotested       '  How,   should   I -.know   peas   from  beans?   However, I*wasn't thinking of  better than breaking my back at the  plow.   Have you any idea what  done   with   a   poultry  ,,���     ,   ,    ., tlm 3'ou have nban  doncd the idea of going into J)0ll/1|.v,..  "U ho said aiiyth.'ng about poultry?"  "\\ hy, you had a b-cheme'to".-'    ' '  "-Never!1   Mever!     You  seem   to   be  wandering tonight.    I had no "scheme  never have schemes."  ���I simply wanted to show  Ibat"-  "Tliat is enough.  Urs.  Bowser     I'll  have tlie doctor ex'ainine'your head in  (he morning, and perhaps he will  us hope that yon  aro not  cry.��"    '  you that-  past  rive  recov-  And then he walked majestically out  ��"(! sat down,on  the  gloaming.    The-cat  doorstep in tbe  beside- him.  cutely' and  ���Mr.  Bowser  chuckled:  "She had  followed  and  .��at  and as tiJ(i stars W)-,.kotl  the   moon   smiled   bluudly  shipjiwl his leg and softly  .��' '.-    '  j  '(,  U.  '       -J*"  can be  ... farm   of   (iftv  acres?   Do you know that such a farm'  would make a "Rothschild of, a nian in  ,   a few years and with very little work  ;::: is?? Mrs- b����� - <������  "That is good news, but let me hear  tho details. You propose to buy a farm  o about fifty acres and raise chicken^  ducks, geese and turkeys'"  dZLat'S   "���  and   Stil��^,"-d   0J1   diyi-  dends won't be fn it     rt'n foi-���  . fIe,t-'�� the idea: I start in with l 000  iK'r*. 500 ducks, 500 geese and 200     r  ?����?VT 8!��"ld gh'e US 8'��0�� "ens.  3.000 ducks.  1.000 geese and  Too  tur  l^ys.    This is figuring out al   Jos ^  Meanwhile we have sold at least    mo  dozen eggs, aiid the geese have viold  ed  150 pounds of feathers.    Can any  orange grove beat that?   1 shan't trust  jo natural increase, howeve       ,      .  Have two incubators at work dav  ioffn   .Ea"Cl1   nmch",p   w��'   turn  O00 fowls per month, or (J.000 per vc-ir  O'H'-half of these will be solO  , "M" ,^  cfckons.andyotiknowwhaVatl.n'p'  his big price they   bring    R's .,  G(i  vij.il. around.  "Do I over make any mistakes?   Do  make a change of  n��,tlies?    Yon can even add JO per cent  "them and  not be up to thi ...a r  HY John,  woman, but there* is a Ulle  'u the affairs of men, and  here!   Can we get rwd\  month?"  me thcfi;o-she surely had  me. and the only way was to gi.ve her  a gnuid bluff-"    ' AL QcId  f  point, 1  ,' ���? *, tJY' CHARLES  WELSTED   0  i  ���&�����������  \    in the office, of the Dunediu   Daily  ! Ilush the reportorial staff was busily  engaged, save perhaps Topson.  He had  just strolled in, planked himself down  in his chair, and after scribbling off a  short "two header" passed it into the  city  editor's   room   and   resumed   his  usual lazy attitude,  feet cocked  over  tlio-itop of his desk, hat on the back of  his head,  while he stared into, space  and slowly puffed away at his pipe.  "'  Topson was naturally lazy.  The boys  claim he was born thus. ��� lie was not  altogether,"a good fellow," though no  one   seemed   to   have   aught   to   sav  against him.,  Do was reserved, had little to say and-'ohvays did   his   work  well, though he did take much longer  to accomplish It than any of- his colleagues.  The telephone In the city editor's  room rang. ln a few minutes that in-  dividual walked Into the reporters*  room looked around qulcklv" and  caught sight of the .figure of Topson.  the only Jdle man in the room   .  Topson!" he called, (hen hesitated a  ment.   The city editor wanted some  pood work accomplished,    llo w.m(cd  it quick, and Topson' was anvthing but  quick.   However, he continued:  Be v>dl be in the detective department.  ,]Oot a murder story.    See  'Jle repented of liis rash act  city editor laughed outright.  "Oh,  what's the use of writing rot  lilce that?    The woman w.-js killed in-  Htanlly. and no one has seen ihe uiiir  deror since. Have you interviewed him  or her, whichever it is?    If .\ou have,  you had better say so and f will feature it.    Topson. you make me' tired.  You have got to quit this nons.iise or  you go.   .\ow take this copy :imJ cut  out all that sort of stuff. r Were vou up  to the house?" "  "Yes, sir."     . ���    ,  "Then give the artist an Idea of the  place for a three column cut. Wait a  minute, and i'ii bring him down here."  He rang the bell; the office bo'v responded. ���*,   -  "Tell Mack I want him down here at  once."  "Yes,, sir," said the youth, and  added, "Two gents outside want to  see you, sir." "    ���  "Oh, show them In," replied the ol..v  editor, looking at the cards.   ThV  entered.  "Hello.''Rossi  uii?"  "Oh, only (his murder affair,  to ask you  something  know   all '.the,   city  pretty well and"��� *  "Hut," Interrupted the city editor,  looking at Topson and then coutlniiiug  sarcastically: "If y0i, wnn't tu kuow  anything about this murder, ask' Top-  ar">    lie is on thu case fcmis.   I  THE ELD  Co  "Pit*   Of  ��h��M'A  Many storJ  ui  *".u  ���"j   Mories ���!-     "Hi  frie��^  at  dh,, ...of *����,  most  guest,  UllW  and  iat  claimed  %    mr'^ Mr ^  Mr.   Sothern   i... ...^ ��U   *  Qfrl  V1  ��'Hnself\\Ul��i|  seated.   When Ul.7  Mr.  with ex<jujS](  ���Sothern rose  EBOly  men  Shake, Ki-ita.    W'hnfH  I  Duncan,  newspaper  want  You  ,111011  ;irdy -   't-  anci r^  e coiirt.-i,.    -c  your name was-.,,,    '^  ��"der the tahl,"' ' ^r%,  ments of dix,.o���)f 'u,tr a <n  eryPtoutaiulC^^lfti  I heard from 1)0u     lf^  Mrs. Vincent h,i,     "/' ^  ^toffunat^r^  I" bis parlor nt tji(. ,.���,  ����o guests, ten h   , !, ere*  f^ahout the op,;;^  u in I  lire  ll0r' ��SWl  son.  i ,     ""���   i^a -iia.    i   was  j just misting him because-he seems to  have had an interview"with the nun-  1 dcrer. and Jie"-- .      ;  ( "Tojisonr mulfemrDctceilyc lions.  Iop.s:,n�� Let ine,see.   You weren't one'  of'the boyj/up ^ the doust* viewing  the scene with me; How 'the deU(>   d[J  -vou get in?  Tjust left the place; and  a stout, /pompous wt  short breath, a,itjt.,i ,  ^-dinner t^r^  large,   square   ,*,Wos Jk  Placed   with   u.a.hon,���,^  one at each pla.c-. an,]       /  room to brlUg,1U! wln "c����  ��W  hlH opportnni.v i1 ,  .dog,tcrled: -rjn,,,.   ������ , ' ra!  Tigerr    And  th / , mbTf  ,1-ound bounded 1,KU'   * ?  nsnla and again aa h' �� *  tor's   imperative  ������- -^  until'each piece I,,]1;;? 1  a dark corner near uiot^1  ?����       .   ,    ex'M^����t look  Sotbern's face silow ,.donI  was awaited.   c?* ������     v   tifi  Helen  An   Unbeliever.  . . "What," she asked, "is vour  perstirion?" * -  "That-that," ho tremblin  "if I were to ask  would refuse'.",  "Well" she.sighed after a long, ion,  *"bo.    for my part I ,u-.er did believe  much in omens and thit  Itecord-Herald.  (I'egretfuliyj-No,  George    i'JJ  ��ot sit in tho hammock with vou  evening.  this  pet su-  gly replied,  you to be mine vou  ngs.;'-Chica{  i otn-And why not, my dear?    ��� '  Helen-Papa has attached a patent  device to it that registers'the weight  slowly muns his pipe, left the' room  with apparently uo further tlnS  tban-If he had been sent a cross, toXI  a paragraph about the annual meouV  of the society of. Know Nothings. *Jh  ��lng�� as murder stories, social g.-.tler  "Ss or- pink tens O0cur fls jmi]; |nei  t.ents in a reporter's daily mv.    u ,s  ��llworktobini.-;mdtl.ati8tl.ewnvhe  tigures it up. (        , -       ���   uc  An hour bad passed since Topson left  theofllceandnb word came fionihrni.  Ibe city editor wns'getting restless  1-ox had returned1 from police head-  Quarters with another" stoi-v. |,���, "I.  jo.3 the fact that Topson.had reported  o him and had been given the detail  he knew nothing of his whereabouts  Two hours passed and no Topson  was now' 1.-30 a. m.. and. the cltvodi  tied:  "Great  God!"   cried   Duncan,  surely.not.    Topsmi.   speak'up.  tit-the''" "%?**} FHtZ n'���W-"vou  uie-the,- The city, editor could ���ot  bi'iug himself to say It.  'No.  man!  You  could not  bewildered, *.&������  upon the table; l,w,,alI^*  be  door,   then  retraced i"_  he table,  examined it can-f-,  iturrfedljr left the room.      ^  appeared-with a fresh plate J3  caremiJy-placed, nnli he'wft!  '�� empty plate.  "Quick, Thf  Pak^but   that   was   ail, ,Ue   simply  "1 niu not good at making guesses'  much, hut you  Pmican. so-make good use of it.   The  too  Mr.  woman  was my   wifo-once. and  me  when f  needed   her  her tonight for the  loft  most.    1   met'1]  first, time In  tivcf  man on  Willfni   AVal.st.  She-How dare you .jut your arm  around mei And"I thought you such a  ^eiy good young man too!  no (nionsIy)-But does not the  say.   "Cultivate   the   waist  Philadelphia Record. '     '  Some Men Xr<? Uoru tnKCIilona  \     Smith-Brown is the laziest  u record.  .Tones���How so''  WSIt,h"Y,,en   hlR   W'lte  aSkS' hlm   ^  t-ater her flower bed he throws a buck-  e   of water on Iil�� Newfoundland dog  and then has h���u ,st.,���d in tbe middle  of the flower bed and shake himself.-  Bible  places V"-  tt Hope   Spring   internal  I saw the chief of the went her bureau come out of a   clair  lice."    ,  "voyant's  of-  It  Wn*   Dend.  said   the, first   citizen   of  . . '"How are you getting  ���'Hong with thai souvenir booklet'"  lou mean the one we were prepar-  >o boom our lovely town?"  "Hello!"  Swamphrust.  ing  and  out  ,',?yhat was he d��mg there?"  JJi-i^iiig to change his Iuck."-Life.  PICKINGS _FROM   FICTIOn7~  The  "Yes.'.'  "Had to give it up; couldn't get any.  but undertakers' advertisements  thin  for it."-PhiladelphFa"pre8a  is  iu  ad-  Abroad With tlie  ever  you think  I  would  this  kind   without  my tide  to move in  '   "Let us go over the figures together  iou speak of n-flfty acre farm.   If      ,  Root  land and has decent building   on  t. the price will be at least $2,000   d!  J'ou figure ou that?"  tune for  repentance  ranee of the crime  Jimmies.".  " k/css futile to consider our oast  than to -predict'our future.-��Ph in  Longstrefh." ,     Ullip  If a man admires a triri nt on tl���    ...  I:oid has written in men's eyes--The  Ibn.ll of Leif tlll? Lucky"  I'eople  The   L(,<.1INt  Enter*.  And it came  bee  ���o pass that locust nle  ��p"I��" ^TU <1LSIJ ,n lwtk oou����ei  1-iit,   said the man who had ordered  a Pie in a hotel, "these locusts are Hot  tender.   Are you sure they are young?"  Oh, yes, sir," "responded the waiter-  Ve fiiiarautee none of them to be o'er'  seventeen years old.��-Chlcago News  /.  oCiO  mJ-��o.    lhat isn't much, however  You have got to buy 1,000 hens  ducks.   500   geese   and   2.10   turkeys  i bat's a total or 2.250. and  thev   vip  Are you trying to throw cold m-k,.,-  on my project?" demanded  Vr  ser, as his face began to  ...- "Not at "all.    I'm  the difference between  your   income.     Your   two   incubators  will cost you at least $300.,   How  did you allow for them?"  "I~I don't remember."        "  "Now.  Howard v.- red.  simply getting at  .vour outgo and  much  Hi..!,, r   tU'a sc,dom ���an aud wife half  "i es to each other.-"Tlie Kentons."  He she ri  not permit a  lives.     Being  lit or  T1,e   Automobile.     .  "Yes, sir; there she is complete.   Will  3ou go with me'on the trial trip'v"  thing!"1" ^ y��U Wm a0d Just0���� moro  "What is that?"  fn'.l" "Ll,Il(;:,n,(J,,t t0 ^rry a net for us  to land ln."-lndianapolis News.  or.  spoke.   Dctectlre Ross   Iool-  "S.at Topson. shifted his evef toXd  Ibe outer door and left tlie. i^ooni   To ,  ion   understood,   turned   Into'(he   ri  touaid (he door and out. followed  by  "Wpll, ho'sca thorbugiibred/'remark!  ed Duncan to the artist later. "  a two column cut ot him."    l  4  ft again!.-More bread:   Morel*  And once more each ,,.�����, '"  moved  before the grave ^J  Pcared  and oil-were again tfajf  'oolc   at   the   table   im.i 011^  ffuests.* and there reiaalcej w*|  I hose  poor,  hungry actor, ujf  H-   ,}\ith a look ' of 'content hi  nouncod   dinner,   and  after/.  safcy seated at the tablejeW  a third plate of bread ami \dJ  Placed   it,   with, a   ge.Mmo ofj  Piece by piece for each IWSoj,  armed M,Is   hostility,   and \&,  evening was'over the hmd iuh\  ner was  revenied.-iirs. Luw  Fuller io Century  it ta  '.Make  ^'hen  rratt her  Dark   Doinp*,  any   one   asked   little   .Mrs.  opinion on  the'question of  equal ��� suffrage,   she   bad   lVer  answer  ready.    "I   don*t   want   to   h(MU.   u||^  tbmg about It." she.would sav pleas-  *ntly. but lirnily, -and rd Just*as soon  tell you why. it's because there's got  to he a concealment and mysterv about  voting, apd 1 like things open und  aboveboard. it's tbef way I wis  brought  up. and  the way   I* shim ni"  A. Detroit woman who hiLorst  the poor ch/Wivn of the pitv iv.|  ine lier experiences. '  "One day there was a death  neighborhood) a little girl, di.*(j a  children were visibly impressed,  told me about it in unison..  '"It was  better  for her   wf  missus?' one little girl said pufe  Ically.' ,  ��  " |What was the trouble?' I .-jste  " 'Oh/'  hnother spoke up. -sheI  measles and aiuinonia on ihelimJ  a lot of things.'      ��� , e1  "I   was' of course deeply inir,**-  by the 'lots of things.' but'iauiesl  the 'ammonia on the lungs."'  I ������������., ,     <1U('-s(,on tiU "t hist I said  ou.d becanse 1 Wls brought up to  "iuL a great do! of cd.u-atu  always shall.   So I  ment to go  (and the dress  WHEBIi  tor  son.  sheds "for  you   must   have   yards  and  ���fify ;...:;,). ���  y���';��� ii-'- j;Ai  -:jr'\;yy: .  BoH.������,!' your poultry," continued Mrs.  liouK'r ,n tones that reminded him Jr  ���   1      lou ca" figure that tho lurn'hei-'  got to eat." lour  poultry   has  wrong, a woman will  uian to tpiestion  a  wonjjiii  is of  ffood   and   sullicient  ever she may do or  Ibe Silent Pioneer.v.   '  ber mo-  Itsd r a  reason   for  what-  say.���"(jraystone "  lane that ain't  The Dlxapi.olutcd Hoy.  Mrs"'roC.^,S' B0,,"y!" said the second  Mis. Je���kB ���oe Ann Teek. to her step-  W hat are you crying about?"*  Boo-bool'  sobbed the  boy.    ��pilni  ���Prom.sed me a new mamma, an' vou  am'i  new at a.l!"-Pbih,delph";   C  ;;Yes; the crunibs from our table." v.  -the crumbs ',from our table- Wil.i  ^ep one old hen on. half ratims.   ^  25" f ST ^^iefT^oC  9 o-vA i     , mviy set it down that  2,2.i0 fowls will eat at least <iron  of food per year." WOrllj  "But I'm going to raise my own con,  of course."m . ���? u�� n coin,,  Planting and all other work!"  ' ��WJ"g'  _To cleanse glass,vases, carafes or hot  -^HlowiyaSd^rv^r^  canter will cleanse it tlir^dv e"  uioving from the glass ever na  foreign matter:' The ar-ln ; ., ���  'Poured into another ��iT " b��  tbe .ameofflce and ev u^ ii^0"  to the bottle of supply fir I UVU��a  another occasion, "a? �� Z ��� ''*-�� ��"  of the vase or bo�� k* t. ' . f" 'S ��Ut  be rinsed inside thoro, 'h, ''  "U,st  ��-t soapsuds ami dhooT^^\ ^  waters. Muratic vei.i ,'' bt,1 '���'cl!'nr  -on und must e '^ witht^'f Poi"  tion and only In-tn i, . ��� S''!at C'''UI'  A child or scrviVnt c "'^''^-'"t ��duit.  trnstcd. withTZ:h��m U^V ^ f":.,  m, '*"   Vna**"l***   Turkey.  rhe .Smart. Boarder-Mrs.  Smithers  that turkey is not done isra"-Mer8>  sfe Smithers-Why, Mr. stump, I'm  e ;erowIug.-Leslltfs Weekly.'  not  .-  i  Vlvlxectlo,,.  UAV1!:   YOU    HEE.N,  TOPSON?'  CALLED ANGHIliY.  [ul-oZhSJllr]OUS-'   n��   ���    ^����"n5  *; oigh late copy when some'one en  n��a tie?, 7.��,n by ihe ouler lin" d"0'-'  ���'J   then   the  City   editor   was  aware  ba   a bunch of something came down  ov     n TVT" tl)ed^at  his el  l|ow.   rie looked up  ���"�������"���*. I'aveyou'been. Topson?'  ..Id angrily aH that individual  io ic.-ive the room.  ���'Writing tlie .story." renlu..! rn, ���  l his was a |HMV  city edit oi- was j  ���  ���"  ��  two short hours or so   h-ul re  vST rpM; <h^ ��<"���> r����y C d'  -^-iiir-hnn^-^'Lr^^'0-  ^'*-   ��'r."      And    Topson   left  he  niade  >-' yarn,  eit"  role for Topson.  The  ikon aback.    Topson  ��cned   up.  hours, or  ion. nnd 1  nve tip an engage-  e  <be polls  and  register  was' almost spoiled on  account of, my missing that trvin  loo,   because  shouldn't  whether it fitted  "ie seams right up,, and  the' i  ,ook  tbe greatest pains to.goWl vote just  a* tbey'd told ,���e (���. and what       ���  ��"PPose   Henry   Pratt   told   me  ��fiei"  ward?    My Vole wns ti���.0Wu' 0llt b  cause 1 had the frankness to write nv  full name and address  "I   told   Henry   Mm I  surprise me after Mm..  on.  wait  to   see  not.  but stitched  ���ok  ist  Know What to Do With It,  A miserly landlord was iroin"kj  collecting his rents the ot!i,*r d-ir.j  one house he was greatly intcrMrl  a little girl who watched, op.-u nioif  and open eyed, the hiisiiicu- of A  over the money and at-c-fjititig lie!  ceipt.  He patted Iter on the Im-jkI mJilJ  ed out to search his pockets, .���jj/^f  must see what I have .cut fcrji\  After searching his pocl.Ws/tv^  time he at last brought fn'Ji a rt-aic  corner a peppermint.   Asheliw^l  to the girl he said. -'And howkW*!  i-ou'do with that?"  The littlo-girl looked at it. then i  bim and .'replied,  "Wash it."-Loniij  Answers. l  ,  on it!  notliinrj  -nothiiii  would  ".vi,  .en   A.��H.N��,.<vfl<*.,   Wero   h>vr      "  .IL w;ts Predicted   that  tho  most  se  nous   malprnctlces   would   follow   t^  roduciion of the nmosthetic art.  uas feared (imt (heart would |,e used  by   the   robber,  by   lh,   munlcrer    b ���  lose  who   were desirous  of  �����,���,,U  I,n��  ^  of   -"��' ^   th  t      i  were desirous  of  deeds  of   vlolcc,  ��bort, it would be ,���  ���A   Useful   Illiyi'ie.  It poisoned,  take mustard or salt. U**'��  sj.*oc��.  In   a   cup , of   warm   water ami swal^J  ri��lit coon  For burns  try borax  urul a wcl tiandiffl  1   (Of);  'If blisiLTPtl.   th,.n oi| una dr> iljnncl ���  do,  For   chlldrcn'H   eonvultiJori.-.   "arm U!t  arc (ho rule; lfl  lvllh   castor  oil   <1<;ho.   too.   IjiiI IwP''������  head cool.  when  cro^P " '  Of  n.��� , ~-   '���    "HMIl.S  Of   OIK Hii"  tlie most dangerous and P'-11'"-*  nnd  n.s Oi  roady  re-  h'lo'of-  ''Then he. must have felt a  cut up.��-Chicago Tribune.  eood deal  rooiii.-    TliVo��-'i���C������   -"i-^.i   ii-ic   the  -���esumed      "   ; ?, f ������lm" ov��^o.��U.  he  Uh'at   lh,.   rlo.w...,     ,  i   say,   Topson.  ine  ���,.-��� In  1010.  Hiram, (rushing ini- /i,.nnt.''  ^���^*^��>-iJS.i'���,.^(r,-��i-  Mirandy���Oh, dear' i>n i   .  that one tiv tie,    ^ ^f fth^  carryin'   the   circus   hal 'L W"2  Town Topics. blovv'1   UP-  '���'illic  .bcre.'v  Topson  went.  "'.''.is "makes  ���l.'h-f C   - You, i,y  ���t:i:iI ,'Uie'ories.  ������ni     r."i|     ;uh1  ������ivlil  me tired.'  Always   Behind  d�� they  S^k of 'following  "Why  the races?'"  "Because no one ever cot ���V    ^  them."-New York Wow/ * aUead of  went oil  111 ''un h) your ow  ���N'ow take, tliat  .      '"'".It   down  ���'.''.imo.'i   .senS(i,  It   '(iri. whiz;  "I   <'".   i'.'iviug  "     rr!:ni     "��''   i"��'Po."ters    f.00v  ���=-��.r.Vr.T,...!n,.l. talking        P"  'oi-Kifom-nfuv.i, mimit,.,  "'". "��ii. dragged  |���.',. r:lt0  his  n in-  whole  to   good,  and   be   quick  1-i.slen in this!"  .".*    '1'opy.ori  r>c f,,.n .' " "l' '*--iin.\  weanon  oi cull ever dreamed of into the Imnds  OMI    disposed.     Ml,,     u-oi-sl     rllo  PO-sedofthewhol,,omimini^lM   tH"  ^suffer   and  ,-n U,t ,lulll,Jorn  bis f   st disol ,    IUl  ')lllCMJ  on-iiimi-bv;  n,st disobedience to the AlmightV  Ulvc   Klrup  Htore;  For minting s  the floor.  To soak In hot  ���lone,  Ip.'CilC  M'tcfl    |KI(  Komember theno niioM,  much pain  nt i km "ul1  wnicr l.s l)i".t CW'1 -'l,rJJI  und 'mmII saviI'  ll  ticul  and  '����< Iiisi����l-������ ,������ ���  ,���ir,.',)i1,c.-  ���lir^r^us^r-"'1*"^'  "���""..pi.���;��� ,7" i��-'-"'<--s"n���rai  UlM��<*riiIii/*;   fJcnuK.  "What Is Miis .stuir?" ::.s|.tiI!Iip<'JJ  husband,  spuliering o\��*r ;i ii.oiitli'1"!  of the strange,dish v. hich ik'lii��)sCaS  the breakfast table.. ,,.  "That," answers tlie f hoiiglilfnl ffi"j  "is the new he.-iltli food." .���  ."It ought to be h��iithy."clcclaw��,Jj  busband. ."I'll1 bet  no germ ol m  sense would try to live on iV."-^,l'\  more American. .  declared   nd-  all  its glory t0  '  l'.-.;nor. uikI  nity'-'sliot   hci  to  the  s<'i/.ed  the  1 Very CXohh.      . k��  '."I; was surprised to henr you sl��'1Cj  Ing against  Flyntskyn.    Von low JJ  some  time  ago   he  wns yoi"' ��e;!r  friend." f ' *,..  C "That's so.  lie couldn't he iinyn8"11  than he Is, the stingy old bo^ii"'"  were ���  ifoso on  were  ^o ca,,  !" overl  f media to  (iirted in  l��l In-low  Put. ^  ^'ilii In,|  ''. Mir,  fii'il sueli  what o  Iur'':i. sin  ri'our bin  '���"n n m*  woman  j|P' idea  W.'l.s   .,  f'l.'i*ss,   \  ''lull  Hl.'lll    |v  own   i���  this r,,,.  D lives,  flo  ;l ''* <"' t��'iiiporarv  ���i,.��� i, iroiigh   the  1,,-ain  '"'���a ''er histuiitly. Uf.n,,.,, ,., .        "  ���'��� ut Ul('" repented  "o you hear. TousonV  l;f his rasii act.'  "Alma  since  Heals."  I  set  Fn.  r   Worse.  '"Hi   Clara  .V'oWtoob Part h, private  have  not spoken  theat-  ^o:lWo��ef^?,,,,,"Jen,��"^  Press.  A.?"��.eur."-NL. wYork  '   ���    ���   '   ���  Not itoilcnt.  ��� First Tacht-Nancy's .hot id (1,i  est. you know.  Second Yacht���How's Unity  First  Yacht-aiie was seen liM    .  the' Jersey coast as she passed lu.-"*    I  York Times.  no  ... s"l'l>ly  [ll(s�� have  1 liii,  'itlicr  Ho  in K,  'T-ilep,  l'lsiorl,.H  "'"'ly pi,  lc Pure  #31)01  lilt  e^:-K.i-<:.,'������".'��� 3tR  SOTHi  kl  01 ttiK  ,ls ��*t ***  wlnjc n  Jlln<-H Mr ^1  u�� !l" *��**  iiu.seJf ., r^I  'urtwv J>H  " t*ii],..��  ���'"'"ounced ?\  'fort oile in If  I'M0 "4:  ������ actoUnt vjl  f'diI!uer^t  ,ie,te����al  ,,,J" ,ir<-' b(U  filter. agujj  l'(l ,ljeliUiii  ,,llr,-'a'J.v ^1  m��oiu:uicai d  ��� !1"<* then iek  L" ^vllH'. Hi j"  li!-v and. ra'y  "��� 'I'f lircaii;'  ' "'"'bit.' liift,  -htly ujjoa ijg!  '-s l'e Leatii'j  **I-"fclt.-li tlit J  ;u] !j(?t�� ifaJ  r tho firi!i  "8 return'jj,  ,;'"t look ma  vedo��ij-,��ti]  "ilnj? forafca,  '�����"��� seehi" asj]  vSil rjtingly *:  raced h'is r,  '<! It caiv/jr;  room,   n,.^  esh plate oft  plate a pt^  id lie retire  'nick, Tfe  'ill   Morel!  ach ji!ei\.  "rave walta  a n a hi s.'!at  uii'l out* i  "maii-ed Mi  actors !.j'  'C0flti'n:;t j,  .1   after all  bible ,l.e to  I nml Hiiii'  resturc oft  -���li jH'rswujj  ' sceiii'��a  and  Win  bread in \r  Irs. Liny  mm on In  io laLurst  e ,,city, iv*.  ���1  .1 death  irl.di.'d, ail  lprefvsrd,  ;on.'  her, \vk|  said piii|#J  lie?' I .'!St��  ' up. "she d  i IIk'IiidjnJ  'ply iBipi-  'Ut   lUul-tf ]  igs.'"  Wlfhf  sCgo'iif r  itlier ikip\  'j'literesttj  OpCu HlOtJ  ess of |M,I  ���ptiiW tfej  :i (1':: jiil ty  i.s.%/fl?j  oiler,  is $$4  ie'iiittic**]  wwb!i.f|  lt;tli��i'(  t."-LOD(i|  salt. .BK|  ml ;'sff��  el b3!)<Wf  flanhcl <  arm w:t  I |-ei-p>1  roup ".'  :lit oiitf  yiOYlh. LEADER.  M0Y1B,   B.    C.  |WAYKOKTirR.pA'Knv-  latest j-ay �� dancer ever re-  ��1,200 a year for six  iv Srarier Taglioni. But  er periods higher pay has  *)i. Miss Fuller is said to-  jived .t-lQr> in a single week.  .Humes, Columbus, Ohio,  'have been afflicted for some  {Kidney nnd Liver Complaints.  Parmelee's Pills the best medi-  Jie.se diseases. These pills ,do  lunui or pripintr, ,and should be  ��� cathartic is required. They  in*. Coaled, and rolled in the  licorice to preserve their r/ur-  frjve  tlieni  a pleasant,   agreeable  TriADif OU  TRUST.  Nurses' Experience.  Medical  men  say   lhat  a    ^  nurse  ni a  difficult  case is better' H& frequentlyr,���  > j1._. T   - i ���, u*-llU!       ���      "^UcHlLYGti-;; wis; ��tt'*!'  IV  I than medicine, btit when we get a UwK r  good nurse and good medicine, the!  patient stands a much better chance'  of recovery.    The few words of advice  given  below  by nurse' ��Jiza  King, are well worthy the attention  of all readers :  consumes 11 tons of salt-a  Bndalojikorn of Siarn has 45  les.  |y issues a steady averag-e of  Vw hooks yearly,      ���;    '      -  0. Richards & Co.,   <.   .  ien���In Jr��e '98  I had   my  |d   \, risi .badly  bitten  by a  tu-.se.   I  suffered  greatly' for  ns,  and  the tooth cuts  re-  Iheal,  until your agent gave  Itle    of ' MINARD'S   i.iia-  hnch 1  began using, and the  magical,   in five hours the  ceased,   und   in   two   weeks  kl    had     completely   healed  Jiatid and arm  were as  well  ���Yours truly, ��� *  A. JE. ROY,  {Maker,   St.  Ant.oim?,   l'.Q.  "l.have constantly"used St. Jacobs  Oil in the various situations 1 have  occupied as nurse, and have invariably _ found it excellent in all cases  .requiring outward application,' such,  as sprains, bruises, rheumatic affections, neuralgia, etc. in cases* of  pleurisy it' is an excellent remedy-  well rubbed in. I. can strongly recommend it after several'years' use  aiid experience. ''It should he"in every  household."  Sister Carolina, St. Andrew's Hospital, writes: "1 have' found. St.  Jacobs Oil a most efficacious remedy,  in gout; also in sprains and bruises.  Indeed, we cannot say Loo much in  its praise, and our doctor is ordering It constantly."  o, - >  Two ladles���Angelica Kaufman and  Mrs. JLloyd���have b'ecoihe members of  the  Royal   Academy..  ,,  On,  ft  Vzy -:n  He  t'OOli  il*lit*c.  it n   *iii-.;-  Jnage     of  '*   I'ockets    liulKi,    v/ith  ��i:. ti-J  on  An���.jJt...  , t!.c*a��(-.'jf,v    is    .,  "-':."-.* Loliiag Ql4  ^i...vH-.     His fortunes are vaiiahlf as  ��'*'   wniil   nnd   i..i,  L,iz(.K  of   L.4>;.  eiiau-.,.;.!,],..   Oi.(- fjuy finds Liuj lu .. ,.ov  ��'i"y    i-ilLiu;;    h.,i;.s��,    hi.,    j)(K.]u.ts    bul  ^nh d'ine.s and ijickk'fc,; th  il   km.;,'   of   the  OLD GENTLEMAN'S   NARROW   ESCAPE   FROM   DEATH.  V>1  |ivo      dilTcrent      occupations  |r-patron  saint.     These, in-  -makers;    spectacle-makers,  ,ors,    wheelwrights,   ' brush-  id nurses.  The . fu-sSt meerschaum ���pipe was  smoked.ut 1'esth in ITli.'i', "it. j.s still  in tlie inuseum of thai, town.  * Ver>- Interesting Personal Experience  Which CoiUainsSoiue Good Advice for  Other., Whose rives Jlay ha Threatened.  ��<J*��, in i;*ie  . . eity's   iioude.-fj-ipi  u��aitn:s hid turn ut fce euirailw <tt, a  i'i,*1 *oup hoiiM*. He* wanders from eitv  tn cay, v.lK.f-ever the blind ewldov, ���r a  rn(*;!t f;llt''"'K of bunmnity m.-i.v i-hauee  I" ����.(!. mid Avherevc-r he Boes Lis voin-  .-u��ip{.im,.��t in UJC. aiu, and his li-.Pe  n'.ij:de tin e�� li-ffw.il stuud or ,-i1{.sl\t Va-  i*-is the lem-r ��1 fl curious cr^i-,1. n,  ��m�� travels without funds, a meiv-huut  v-Ufioid smeic and a business man without <-n;/ilal.  "Vo��� iii the world does he. get along?  WJkmc   .o.-s  he obtal/i  a  new  stvck'��f  a Hick ��(,ed against hiuiV" ask-  orter of a young invcnior who  dealings   with   the "pro-  uiany  K'JOIIM   \\  <*ii tin* it  hu**   bail  IVvif..)."  "'.Veil, it's pretty hard to say," was ibe  reply. "I have known hundreds of tliem  and each f-^ein.s to have'a dozen difl'eieat  !->.- t;i!:/n^ ju new btoek when he  Monkoy Brand Soan removes all .stair.*-  '    dirt     or tarnish-��� but    won't    wns.li  nnthe.s,  of an artificial leg varies  to ��20.   The most expen-  f belonged ,to  the MAfarfpijs" of  who lost his leg, at Water-  Host ��80. , ' ������     .. ",  An iron shaving has been cut bv  the lirush JCloctric Coippauv which is  '2'dl ���feet  long.'  In   may,   189vj,   a  cod   was  caught'  off Flumborough Head containing'59  fish-hooks,   all   baited.  BABY'S   OWN   TABLETS.  ^���MlLiiiiiiiea. is best Mr Restorer.  bgnry the legal  age of an in-  Idutes only from baptism. '  Siniies  of   threud 'have    been  ,ot a single pound of cotton.  Me British Isles occupy'only  the land''surface    of -the  I'.Sr.Y   ARD   INDIGRSTION---U,  .t Co.,  Syracuse N.Y,.    write :  fend us ten  gross of  I'itls.      We  more of Tarmeless's Pills thun  iMl   we   kcop.   They   have'    a  itntion for the cure of Dvsiicd-  Q^iver   Comnlaintv."-,Mr. -Charles  ffinilsay.   u-rites:. "Parrnclws-8  nn   excellent  medicine.   Jfy   sls-  oecn   troubled  with   severe hcuii-  ���-liesto Tills  have cured   her,  ��� . i  Alexandra   owns   a   pair   of  kl asses,   made*  jn   Vienna,   vul-  Um.000.     They  are   of  pliit-  "t. with  dittiuohdK,  supphlrii^  ies. ��� - .   -! ...  ngest bridge in  the world  is'  i Ih-idge.  over an arm  of'the.  [Sea,  in China,   it is r>�� miles  id the roadway 70 feet above.  can  1 pet some  1  of   Ho IIo way's  Vor \Y,uU,   Sickly   ami    Ki-i'iTuI   Chit.lr.-ii  ���     or-A It Ajji'i.'. ' ,  Jf the children's- digestive" organs  are  all   right,   the  children'   are " all  right.    They* will ' be   'hearty,   rosy,  happy���and    hungry,    t C.'et ; the ' litti'u  ones  right,   and  keep  them' right, by  the use of Caby's .Own'Tablets, 'i'his'  medicine cures all stomat-li and bowel  troubles,        nervousness.       irritation  While- teething, -etc.     These 'Tablets  contain ao opiate or poisonous drugs;  and mothers who  try  then^dnce will  not'be without thorn while thev have  little   ones. " Sirs.   'D.    35.    Wcigley,  U'oodinoie,  Man.,  says :    "When  our  little girl  wius,about six months  old  she caught a bad cold.  and.was much,  troubled  with'indigestion and constipation, ,and   very   restless   botn   day,  and   night.    'One    of    my    neighbors  brought 'me  some .Baby's  Own  Tablets and'in a  few ;days "'my .little one  was regular in her' bowels and  rested  well..  1   found  the Tablets'so  satisfactory that' T now" always keep them  in *the ��� IiMii.sc   and   have   since, found  them   valuable  when vslib   was  teething".   X c.n'n truly'reeom'mend them for  the ills- of little,ones." '    ��� '  Children take these Tablets readily,  and crushed to u powder they can he-  given with absolute safety to the  smallest infant. The Tablets can be  obtained at nil drug stores, or. you  coir got them post paidYat 2n cents u  box   by  writing" direct*   to    The  Dr.  rev   i  was tmtirelv cured of my I ^ ''Wains', Medicine   -Co..     llrorkville,  : tiiis  remedy  and" j   wish" some"1 Ont.,  or .Schenectadv. K.Y.       ���    '  jit for mv friends  |roHn.  Chicaeo.  .So writes Mr.  kin makes   the .toughest  len-  i��-Mi    in   "proportion    to    its  we papers contain telegrams  that .1,000 persons lost their  Hie overflowing of'the West  China.. There was,aiso heavy  ,pro|.crly and life in Formosa  'Vinllowed   by, a   tidal   wave.  The number of copies'of daily newspapers circulated last year in the  United States was 2*SG5,'16G.'000,  and of weeklies   1,1208,190,000."  I-"'*!* In cod   Confidence.  Bristol Cathedral was 58:2 years,in  building, nnd , Gloucester Cathedral  4i!.">. Peterborough and Durham also  took ovi��'r four centuries to complete.  <     ' i - -    , ,       , t    V  Minard's Unimeni is (lie" best.  'Phere,   are   4.1)1.1    dentists    in    the  . United Kingdom, or.about 1  to everv  Oman once1 applied f^or a job   8 doctors  fd a certain ship. i  ��� a .el,fllJ|  l".'save'j��f  IliHfsiJJ  iioiitli^l  |i,!d5 0��|  said the captain, "where nre  commendations?"  ?<���'. ����' l biiven'tenny. sur."  b'ke you, then; got��a German  |tli fine recommendations; have  S*'ie job to him."  K'geil so hard,, however, that  plnln dually agreed to take bitu  Goriimn both ou n trial "trip,  ^ 'mm to have the permanent  were well out nt sea when n.  "rose one day wi���ie pnt nnd the  j". wcre scrubbing the deck. A  P<-> cnine along and swept tbe  P1 overboji,.,] WJll, llls i,uc|C0t.  jruitMliatoly picked up his bucket  V, ,    l!ru>r Ule captain,  whom  !��l lli.|ow.  I'. I'm  1'iniii  ['��� M11>. ve know thnt German  |;u s'"'li foine rlcomuiindiitlonsV"  |* w'lmt or hiiuv  I""1, ,KI,r- ;1"' lie's t'one off with  -I  St. Paul's Cathedral is insured  ten different of.lees.' T'he a'inoimt  about  ��,9o,000.  m  is  SOUR l-TSKT,���Mrs. 70, J. Noil I, Now  Armagh, L'.Q.. writes: "For nearly six  months 1 waa troubled with burning  aolit's and pains in my foot to such un  'extent that. I could not. sleep at. nitrht.  and ah my foot were badly swollen. I  could not wear mv hoots for wed.** . At.  last 1 got, a Oottle of Hr. Tliumns' I'.r-  lectric Oil mid rosolved to Irv il ami to  mv astonishment I mot uhuoul liislimt  relief, and the one bottle nrcoii��iili.**ln*il it  perfi'i't   cure  The Vatican has 8 i*niml stair-  enses,  und   200 smaller ones.  The Severn Tunnel lies -I". feet to  100  feet  below   the  bed  of  tho river.  what's the mutter now';"  hi'iuired.  "nl��'  n  nresm  of m  -mm  upenH  ild ^f  nvirff'S  "IIN,'��:��l.ir��'��I.1-|,l.  "'oiiiai,   who  "<?" id,.,-, ,  "   Wil.s  f'l.'tS.S,  II  V,  ii'-spii'vd (Joel he  '"'���'Is. liiitnort.il ���*M:ir-  !,lil*'bl (lerninn ol" the  ���'0  refused   the  poet's  I'l.lllti  eitrfl  t'l'li.e    liu.e.  "''".tw-nty  vai-ietiosof  rice  ! thi". '"   UU'   '''''llPPnuNs;, but.  '.������'���'���'Jil  is so, iinporttuit   to  ,'"oiigl1!o,-H-fls   pro-  ,.,s,-'l��ly "K'ir needs  VKii I'uve to  j> lives,  to  be  and large  inipoi'ted  anuu-  l-'itrringdon Street is the widest,  thoroughfare  in   tlu*  Ch'ty of I.niidoii.  The Australian (alegiilla is the  only bird which leave its nest full-  fledged.  Cllf        l-IOAVCI-.H.  ...->An expert declares that cut flowers,  eveti of the hothouse variety..niit.v be  kept over night with complete success  If the stems nre clippedyi little nnd the  dowers then put in ii.-bnsiii-or p:ul of-  water ..deep enough to allow the .lilos-.,  soin's to lloat on tin; toiC  [Jrlli��J>  l.i��t!tl:"Nt'M- ,   .  ing is contributed |  iipo\viii*r*i."to de-  itiu'g ihoycoii'vis.  '���liii,.  Cliliio  "e   Art.  never  lll"'l:i" wiilptisro  represent    the  or pniiiting.  MO  \0\  0  l.lsi.,r!,Hi(' "al,c��ta'In  London,  t,,!,,,,.     s v"'i'i' ('JirefuIlyroPow-  B)|l0��c',,i��,V,t,U l-�� ''"   d<'sce!.*!:.i,.y  "|nL '*-"'��. a pi-oportion of 04  ttct-s.  thing   thnt' w:U  bees.    The 1-1 nil of  "illlc di.'Ti'i"��'iic��-'  Half a"tnillio.n ster  uninnilly liy  Itriti^li s  rrny tin- t,('j^_l,,CiL  Smoke  is   the  only  niieeessl'ully eontni  smoke s(u*ujs_i'L-U!iJ.li-'-,r  Anions he M-Muins It is an i.nw.'it  ten  law  thai  :.   <>:ido shall  run  ��w��  from   lMT -hurilniiKl   Inti.ietl'ii"!..-  ���"';�����'  the  n.aiTia;;.- e-r.-niuny.    The   "<''*"���;���;  l,s*hhrn.o..i!ss.Ipp."..^ll��.s.'.in'lM.w..i  tent  In the tfib<: "'iti! In- hnds  nl da.v.-i durutloii.  d/a!  li:i'.V i.i.:i*c-ir '.\it!u.ut money.    Probablv.  li'uvever,  I cMild  best answer your ques-  tr-n by ii'iaiir,'< my first experience with  the  fakir."   Then  the young  man,  who  m.iK.-v ca  very comfortable livinj,' by  inventing gewgaws,for the childish public  fn buy cue day and (blow away theiiext,  lean,-.! b.'u-k tn,his easy chair and sinded.  "Two years'ago." he said, "I connived  fl    i-imple    toy    for    children    wliirh    1  -.thought would 'go.' as the saying is. and  placid a want 'ad' in one of the pipers  I'or men to sell it.    On reaching'my office'"'tho morning .upon which' the -.'idver-  tiseir.ent  appeared   I round  the corridor  crowded   wiili   tho   most- heterogeneous  mass'   of   humanity, imaginable.'   Some-  were   fairly   well   dressed,   others   were  literally  in   rags.     Yet  there  was not  a  Firisle   man   among   them' but   had   the  .sharpened , fiTiuires  aud  shrewd,  catlike  eyes of hini -who wins n living by maich-  ,ii.g   his   wits   against   tbe   rest* of   the  World. i ,  .-"J walked briskly Into my oiilce, anticipating a shower of money from so.  large n crowd. I glanced nervously at the  l.Ut'O neatly arranged boxes; each con-  tnini'ig one of my toys, and 'feared thut  Ihere would not be enough to ti!! the orders of my customers. After preparing  things about the office, 1 opened fin* door  and motioned'io half a dozen of the fcl-  Mvs"in'' the hallway. They enterwi the  oflice and glanced at me expectantly.  ; " 'Got sometlun good?' asked one. who  .constituted himself spokesman.  - '"1 opened one of the boxes and e.i"  hibited my toy. It was a simple device,  "inside to sell for 10 cents, tfie fakirs,  of course, buying'it for one-half of the  retail price.    They seemed to like-it.,  "I say. cap.' exclaimed the fellow  who had spoken before, 'bow many of  "en! can yon. let me have "on this garment?' And he careiully exhibited tbe  bc-^t preserved section of a very 'dilapidated overcoat. ���       a       .   '      '      .   ,  '"'I don't understand yon,' I answered.  - " "Well. "tor fell 'the truth.' explained  tbe fakir, '1 spent every copper I had  last night, an I want to loa'e this coat  as security for-as-many of the toys as  you'll let. me have until I git ou iiiy feet  again.'  "I gave him five of tie littl? boxes and  tossed his' overcoat in a corner. The  next fakir to present bim.-self was a  young boy, who had a single 5 cent  piece. He bought one of my toys nnd departed. -'In ten miptitgs he t-etutned to  buy two more with tiie money he hail  received from the first sale. That boy  was an example of. tae mar. who pile5  up a fortune. ��� In three weeks he sold  800 of the toys. -   - ,  '���After  I   had  disposed of: the  hoy an  older iu a. n,. appeared  and secured  .t^ fair  stock in-trade on my good nature and a  punable'"' three   legsrod   stand,   such 'as  many fakirs1'We'^iiW'xposinp their'wares  for sale upon tlie street.   The -next  man  pledged  an  overcoat  similar   iu   nppear-  niid* to the first one  I had accept'-.!  in  lieu ��f money and on reeeiring hi.*: .piota  of. toys rushed  from  the loom  ia  great  haste!   Surely,  1   I bought, that  fellow is  ambitious and anxious to get to work upon the street.   I like liim.   When I  turn-  ' cd   to  place the  overcoat he  bad .given  me with' the other garment I bad taken,  his  haste  ::i  leaving the otlice  was explained.    There   was  no  other  overcoat.  While  I  was negotiating with  the  man  who left the three legged -stand, the other  rascal bad  slipped   behind  my  back, secured the coat aud pledged.it to ml* for  tho second time.   After this expericnee I  saw each   fakir alone ntnl  watched  him  cnrefi'lly.  "(Jrndunlly my office began (a till up  wiih all sorts of pledges, uufil If reseni-  bl-d ;i miniature junk shop, but in a few  h.-iiis the men'began to return arid reel.! ini their temporary sureties with the  oi-'-h they bail icalb.-'d ou the tojs." Only  one man. the fellow who bad used rbc  own-ont for a pledge the second time,  failed  to  return."  Tin*   novelties   thflt   are   sold   on   tho  street In New York do not appear in other ciiies until seven or eight month*--,biter.  Whenever a in   i invents something new,  IK* puts  it  on sale l"i  the  metropolis  bo-  cause the fakirs here are the hem  in (be  world,  and   the judgment  of New  Yorkers   is   considered   an   excellent   criterion  of the ruturo success or failure of an article.    Tbe   greatest   obstacle   that   confronts nn inventor in,.preparing a toy or  pur/le to be sold upon the streets is the  r.ecessnry   cheapness Cof  the  article;    As  ���llu*   fakirs   say.���' "Anything  (bat   passes  the id cent limit don't go."   A man  will  readily spend f> cents or a dime to satisfy  bis curiosity, but 'in ore than tlult he will  not   give-    The   fakir   may   have   some  Unieklviiuek   for ' 15   cents   reiiily    won!)  that   .���unoiint,  and : lie  might Ui Ik  of "it;s  merit in Ins peculiar vernacular urtil bis  throat dried up,-.-but the crowd would pa,ss  hini  by,  for  in  the majority of cases a  m cent purchase mefliis changing n.o.uar*  fcr.  On a 10 cent article the fakir .makes  .about ���!����If. nnd the inventor clears 2 or  .'.rents, hence it is apparent that where  ati nrli.'lr becomes universally P"!"')-'-''  tliere is :.-i fortune In store for its' originator, as.the sales often '���each into the  millions. ���  Lovett, Ont., Sept. 15.���(Special)-  Every man,    .woman    and child    for  miles-around knows Mr.   C. II. Harries,     the     genial      post-master     at  Lovett.  Mr. Harries is a hale old gentle^-  inan, 7o years of age, and. considering his advanced years is .remarkably  well preserved,  strong and healthy.  But he was not always so. Five or  six years ago ho was at the point of  death, being fearfully run down aiid  a complete wreck with Bright's Disease. '        ' '  He was so low that no one ever'  dreamt that he could pull through,  and yet he is alive and well to-day.  This is a statement of' the case in'  Mr.  Harries'   own words : "  'Tn'1897 I was at the point of  d��xith with Bright's Disease, and was  a complete wreck. I could not even  dress myself or turn in my bed, but  now I1 am a well, man, and I attribute it all to Dodd's Kidney Pills.,  "I am 75 years old, and for a man  of my years T feel quite strong and  healthy. I consider Dodd's Kidney  Tills a good medicine',to take in the  Spring, as I have found it a great  blood purifier.        ,  "As postmaster T come in contact  with a great , many people, and I  know of my personal knowledge that  a great many in this country are using, Dodd's Kidney Pills with the best  results."  Such evidence should , be most coning to any one who may still doubt  that Dodd's' Kidney Pills will cure  Bright's   Disease.  The honest, earnest, straightforward testimony of such reputable  people certainly deserves the confidence of-everyone.    ,-  If Dodd's Kidney Pills can and do  cure Bright's Disease, which is the  very worst form of. Kidney Trouble,  they 'certainly will cure" any of the  lesser .forms..  O'#7fKs fis*  Slue, ^/UMimMmi^        .  \    h  ' i     I  TRY   0*_JR>-  ���I.ipan has 25."5 people to the square  ���mile; China���usually considered tbe  most densely populated country in  the Kast���has-onlv 236.  In a vessel varnished inside with  shellac, water may be heated to 8  degrees above the ordinary boiling  point, which is '212 degrees Farhen-  heit. '" " "   ���    .  Parlor  TheE.B.E(ldyCo.  Limited.  Hull,       Canada.  Matches  the latest and Finest  Brand yet made.  ���  v  ���"KELPionr.-r  Endorsed by best English mod leal journals.  Supplied to British soldiors In South Africa.  For alf Thro'at'and Gland Troubles, Lumps,  Abscossos, Old Soros; Ulcors, Felons, Skin  Dlsoases, .Eczema,- Pimples, Stiff Joints,  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains. Bruises,  Pites, Cuts, Soro Feat, Pleurisy. ,  Sold by Druggists, 25c.   Try it once.  An ordinary heart weighs 9 1-3 oz.  yet its power is suflicient to raise its  weight 2(y,280 feet in an houi.  Of the ten open-air pulpits in the  Old Country, 'the most famous is  that at Magdalen College. Oxford. It  was built in 14S0.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  SANITARI U." '  Ai-r-ow  Lako,   IS. O.  Situated midst scenery unrlvaLIed for  frruiivleur. The must complete health-resort on the continent of jS'ortH America.  It? imtlis euro all Neri-ouM and Muscu-  lar disetuses. Its waters lieul ull Kianoy,  Liver and Stomach ailments.  They are a never-failing remedy for all  lihimmutic troubles.   . ,     *  TERMS $13 to $18 per -week,  according  to residence in Iloiel or Villas.  You need not couch 'all night and disturb your friends ; there is no occasion  for you runninjr the risk of contractinir  inflammation ' of the lunps or consumption, while you can R-et Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive Svruc This medicine cures  coutrhs, colds, inflammation of the luncs  and all throat and chest troubles.' It  promotes a free and easv expectoration,  which imuiediatelv. relieves the throat  and  lungs  from  viscid" phlegm.  The(, record   price    for   ua    clock   is  j ��33,000 paid for  the clock-made  by  Jjouis  XVI.   of  Fro nee. ��� Jt  was  purchased by one of the Rothschilds.  ifftPERSAL. iHAPLE SYHUF  Tlie quality etiiiidurd from Ocean t<  Ocean. Vour mono}- buck if not sat  isfactory. -  ROSE & EAJFIfAMME, Atf.*., MONTREAL  PERSONAL.  Matrimony���(view to.) Gentlemen sliould  join the British Cori-espondenco Bureau.  154 Ebury Street, London, S. W. linf land.  Particulars lj-ee.  Royalties paid by miners in England average nearly ��2 an acre  for all the land worked under, and  aggregate about five millions a year.  filmard's Liniment Cures LaGrippe.  The volcano on Stroinboli island is  in full eruption and is throwing up  great columns of fire and torrents of  stones. The island is shrouded in  smoke, '^fount Vesuvius is showing  signs of activity.    ���  Opp. City Hall   Winnipeg, If an.  Call or write for prospectus     E   J. O'Sullivan  C.E., ATA.. President.    Branches at Brandon  and Portage la Prairie.  The steamer Cottage Gily ran on  tho rocks at Point of Ktoline island',  ' twenty -miles south of Wrangel on  Sunday  night.      The "loO  passengers  ; were safely landed  on  the shore 100  'yards  distant.  The Yorkshire County Cricket club  was founded in 1863. ��� Gloucester's  cricket club did not cOnio into existence until 1870.  The feathers of the mirasol, an Argentine bird, are worth ��220 per  pound���five times the prico ofv the  most  perfect ostrich  plumes.  CHEER UP OLD SPORT  Don't flatter yourself tliat your lilgli  forehead Is the attraction.. Its the lowly aroma from that I.UCINA Cigar wo  aro >��[ier.       ������       ������       ..       ..       .,       ..  MA.vrTFACTUREn   BY  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  :���, r  -C;;;.t  ...     .-.    . I I  fi   .  ,1.  f   II, "  (V. ,  \V.   N".  -No.  394.  Krcnshnm Great Pond, in Surrey,  covers over 100 acres, and is the  largest artificial pond in England.  Canada has most holidays of any  British colony. Including Sundays,  Canadians   havo   05   holidays  yearly.  Yellow    is    the     only    flower-color j  which is not changedCby the fumes of  sulphuric  acid;  There are 400 sorts of, humming  birds known to naturalists. They  are found only in America.f  In*:-, of  ten a -.'is!*-' "' !**��,V|,,'i  "Dnn't, despise srniill things." snid, the  M;in:M-��!i!< philosopher. "Eyon nn bum.  i.b.-C'i,-,ii:imi skin��� mity be tho power be-  .'r.fl *iie-���hv*u-.-'n."���Philadelphia Eocord.  Peppetual Motion.  When George ' Stephenson was  asked, " Do you believe in. perpetual  motion ?" he replied, "Yes, if you  lift yourself by the' waist-band of  the trousers, and carry yourself  three times round the room."  Just so, and a Woman would just  as soon believe that she has not to  pay dearly for common premium  soaps, in the low quality of soap,  in ruined hands and clothes. She  would* be kept in perpetual motion  trying to do with common soap  what Bhe conld so easily do with  Sunlight Soap���Octagon Bar.       216  will kill all  the flies in  a room in a  few hours.  Avoid  Imitations.  NEWSPAPER  Sir John Eiley, who was Wellington's adviser at .Waterloo, was the  first British private 'to "become'a.,full  general  and  a kiiight.i-'  Parents buy Mother Graves' Worm. Ex..  terminator because thev know it is ft  snfe medicine for their children and..'an,  elTectutil   expellcr of  worms.  Sixty-five years ago Paris had only  one  postoflice. t  Minard's Liniment for Rheumatism.  The New River brings water from-  the Ch.adswell Springs, in ���Hertford--  shire..  TT Ws supply at short  notice complete JOB  PRINTING AND  NEWSPAPER OUTFITS.  If We sell what Printers want; Printers want  what we sell.  ^ We carry a complete  stock of Type and Supplies for the composing-  Room, Pressroom ana  Bindery,    c, . C  TORONTO TYPE FDRY  Company, Limited.  US AlcBeroi"). A vena .\      Winnipeg,  The large'manufactures building at  the Chicago .World's Fair covered 30*  acres, and was the largest ever put  "P.-  The largest ' ox in the , world was  bred by-Colonel Singerly. Tt was 12  feet long, and 5 feet 8 inches high.  ���It weighed 3,840 lbs. v- -,  Ity f *!'���  fc  IE LEADER, immense  OPPORTUNITY  F|Vi J. S.MyTU & CO.,    -   -   -<   Pahllsker.6.  hates of sunscnirTio:*. ,  Oje Year , ?2,00  P iblished in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.        j For Getting a   Beautiful  Watch  and  Chain Free.���No Money Required  Every Mao, Woman, Boy or Grirl  hae the Same Opportunity under  our System.  ln order to have Dr. Arnold's English Toxin Pills placed in the hands oi  all pereons''suffering Irom" bad   health  The late  Right Hon.  W. E. Gladstone I ^ 'n^c the   loUo���S   *<��t "beril  once  said:   ''.Nothing except   the1 mint ��*i0r;  can make  money , without advertising." I     If you will send us your  name ,and  This is  why Gladstone   is rim  as the Grand Old Man' I  SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1002.  MMwnMannn  ���flUOflvcW.  i iioi.iy.     j        --    ����� -  crtbereclj -iddress and agree to sell for us' twelve'  boxer, of Dr. Arnold's  English  Toxin  Pills at 25c. per box, we will give you I  SM.ELXSU. j ABSOLUTELY FltKE A BKAUTIFUL WATCH  It is to be regretted thcL there has { AND Chain in either .Ladies or Gents  been so much trouble over tho build��� | ��='ze, or your choice of twenty other  ing of  the  sn^lifr  al   liirirj i-M'Ue by j premiums such as a fine act' of Jcwsl-  Haloyou Xtot Springs.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America. 'Situated midst scenery unrivalled' for,  eranduer. THE HALCYON HOT  SPRINGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B.  C.   Resident  physician and nurse, ' Boating fishing  and   excursions.     Telegraphic   communication   with   all   parts   of    the  world.   Two mails arrive and depart  daily.   Terms, $15 to   $18 per week  | according'   to   residence   in  hotel  or  villas.   Its baths cure all  nervous and  muscular diseases.   Its waters heal ,all  kidney,  liver and  stomach   troubles.  The baths and wateraare an invaluable  remedy for silver and lead poisoning  P, BORN:  THE    SUJ.LIVA:N  the   .Sullivan  :vor  pince  rA'>   Icings,   Violin.",   Mandolins, Tea  ��tlie wo,k rtnftrd  the o"..lem  faction  and tho western ['Utiou iia'it been al  io������'jihp��tta.  Trouble' v.-.iti hr-Vi*. ing oven    before  list; kiov.ii'1 waa cleared'aud   the ,foun-  il.H'fiu Jc.iii.    rJome of tho s-toch holder*  jsc-rp in I,ivor of   buildiui*,   ILo omcUc-r  ".'  i'.lko/>r   Criiiihroo!:    ou    tho   mum  ���ine   of   i iii I v* ay,   and , m   tins ,lhoy  tln/V/ed   tKCc-llent.   jv.dguiem.     Willi  Llio sin filler at oithwr of these places it  ^'ouid   be   fclcterr    to   coa!   and   coke,  vuuJU be ih belter petition   lo handle  tho ore i"roi*i ibe outside   mines,  and  tvould o;:]; b.ni; n   down  grade haul  fro  I. O. O. F.  &gSr^X��r2397~f    Wilvldy Lodge Xo. 4 4  greets everv Monday evening in .their  Sojourning  wholesale asi�� retajl  MEAT    MERCHANTS,  ���"'Fresh ,and Cured Meats, Fresh  Fish, Game anJ Poultry. We  supply only the beBt. Your  tradejsoliciled.  3IARK��TS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities^ and   Towns] in  British Columbia  ,    CMTOOK^B'C.  -.->, ,-> *.*��� ���" ���'.'  ,��� y.  IlEADQUARIci.^  FOR  EAST    KOOTENAY  !.*,'   *���     ..'I'.n^K'-sn.-*,'   <.--���*>'*.,'  moyie's u^^cro'hotel.  eale, Hutchison  Represent'.-the. Strongest and  Best Companies in the World,  hull   on  Victoria streot.  Odd Fellows cordially invited,  ' F. J. S.MYTM. ,      r.D.Hopr,  2\obie Grand. "'        Secr'y.  ���   i -  r&c.zretxzr*s*zan*xxma0**** n. r*��>wm"Tv��rn.t��*K  &   MoCarter,  Sets, Sateen t-kirta, cameras, etc. Remember we don't want 'a:,y 'mo.vey  until afler you sell the pill' and you  don't have lo sell,, any mere than 12  boscs tn fjot eth��' piominiiio. This  I a bona lido nf)\-r fri-m u realiable < an-' U-tul^'dy  Icofn Lhat h.i^v rfiv.-n ilioil.**.ind*j.  of  dul-j  l:ir^ v:o;'lh ul'pr��iiiiiiirns   to   a^ynts  all      ' l-Wf STElih��:,n. C '  over the country/ Uomombor also ' H��rvey. awcarter * jpjoki.a.a'.  that Dr. Arnold's English Toxin Pills  are a well known remedy for ail diseases- of i hi>. l<*(Jnpy and bladder,  Bright'^ dis-ea:-?, diisbelesi ihoumaticm,  nprvqus troubles, and female, complaints, and arc for e.de   by   all   first  Agents for Fire. Life, Accident* Sickness  Plate Grlass and General Insurance.  , ,   ���      -i < '  |, Financial and Commission Agents, BroaJl  ers, Notaries Public, etc. Accountants, "  TXMOrtJU3UKM^X>*+4  HEVKIjSTOKB.-B. c  Barristers So Solicitors.  from    Ujo   Snlhvcn   and   North   Star class druggists  and dealers, in medi  nines. - 'foines in iill.mirtfl of the  world.   You  W, F, QUBD,  Hut the j-juabble amougst tbe pro-  hiotera hes had a disaatrcus effect on  0  ibe alock, and  the confidence of,the  people haa  been  shaken,    Bad  man-  agemcht has liUo  played  its part in  llu's.     B,f ,W. 'Lay too j   dna 'of    th'e  largest eastern stockkolders^ says that  the entire plant  will   have   to  be  re-  liabillitated, and'tb do that it  will  ie-  quire between  $75,000 ' and  #100,000.  The entire trouble has .been, so far  as  lie hat been ablb td make out, ,lin   the  enipjoyment of Manager  Xuatin.    After he bad.iYiade a me.--,? of things  and  he was discharged/ it v/aa learned   that  the management had hired the  wroncr  i      *     * .  Auttiu ; that v/lnle.Mr. Austin of Dcn-  .er was a competent smolter man,  having built Bfcverai succeasftil smelt-  !jrb m Teijas and Colorado, he, happened to be a brothur of 'the man  v\'tiom the Sullivan coinpr.hy4 ��m-  ployed to build its sm.elter.  ou  have only to show them to sell  them.  You are not offering the people come-  thing they don't know.   Our  watches  arc Lim regular etandard size for Ladies  or Oentto.Tien ?n nickel or O-un Metal  CasSs   With   handaome    illuminated  dials and tollable linie keepers/ watches etloli  as  no lady or geutlistrian  need be achariied  to carry,  and   they  will be sent absolutely Free to all who'  sell only twelve boxes of  tliose  wonderful   Toiin   Pills.   VYrite   at, once  and ba  the' first in your ' locality  to  earn ono of  those beautiful   watches  and chain.   As   soon   as wev receive  your .letter or post card we will send  you post(t paid  twelve boses, together  with  our  illustrated   Catalogue   and  beautifully   colored   card  with    your  name and address   on  as our  authorized agent.    Bear  in ��� mind   that you  will not be- asked   to   sell   any   more  than the 12 b'oxtjs and we von't want  , BABRISTEK, BOEICH'On, ETC.    , ,  CRANBEOOE, ' ,       ' B. C  wi��i��Miidu?6iMWwi��-aitWtlir( 'ilrt-gnft ���������>  LEWIS THOMSON  Bti  U  ma&m  When in  Cranbrook-  Wb will be pleased io SEE YOtJ  During Mnuager   Austin's   regime AlfY mon'by until after yoii have  sold  there, was spent on the proposed  smeiter $100,000, which was raised by  the issuance of '100,000 sli.irea of  smelter block. Asldti from that the  ounipauy finds itself in debt about  $9,000, and uuder exisiing .conditions  it will require.a-bout $7o,C0O to com1  plcte the work.  PtiwrjHif* "  A What'3 in a name?. However it  now appears that there are Austins  and Austins.  them. We bear all the expense and  are only making this liberal offer as a  method ol advertising Dr. Arnold's  English Toxin Fills. Don't delay',  write at once and earn a beautiful  present for yourself for Qhristmas.  Addiess ARNOLD MEDICINE CO.,  Dept. 124.   50 Adelaide St. East, Toronto, Out  'i\oxABY* Public* Accoun-  "tA&T,  Commission   azd  ISBUBAlfOS AlBttt:  * Hardware  ftorei  SSofg    ASS   SHOES  ilepaired and Madb to dxdef.  R;fA.:sSiiTH;:, ;. Aoyie,  ,       ll  kjear MacEachuen & Macdonalds. C  Where you will find the largest stock  of general hardware in East Kootenay.  .Mail orders  given  prompt   attention.  \E6UTinsrnithlnB: and' PlunVblnjj.  . Edmund B. Kirby seftns to have  btirred .up a .hornet's nedt and he is  being assailed from all partis of the  Drovince.           --  xwtujHMm"*sn'  :  An exchange cays that   J.   Picrpont  Morgan "couibilaes  all the American  char.icteristios."      Yoa, and   he  com-.  i-i '   ' ^  bines about, everything else   American  that is Iuosj     .  i>Wk�� -g wJvr^gixM*w--*ty^%or��tTm  , The new rogidin-.tion lav; ie about as  clear us mud and cau be interpreted  in al lea-at 17 dittC-rent way?. The  legislators .at. Victoria yhoulci endeavor  to use tho satiiq brand while framing  laws for tliu,coin moil herd. -  S;-ij-.s an o;rdianp<';    Yon   may hive  tho stius in a, nail hog, h.in�� tho ocean  on a  fence  r.c  1 to ���.  ry, i1  151  il.'j  s!?;  ���   Lo  eoak  i n   a  la  fl:��'.  azid  U  ;ib*l'  :kl-  tlie  lwlli  hai.d ���  ;'  '.  .U-i is  :*-! :v  5.1  lit,  th.,;  ou n  l<rl(i  "iiOM!l  C",!  ,     '-'!���  L    'ii  ��  ,  tin  nk  you  y.m (  L-L.tpe  . ?  ���j j.:.".  no Co  il  li.ti  C'l  the  otiiei  ciii" i.  ���  1  ���.:fo-��  tory  if  you  fai  i   to  pay .  j- yo:  /  .*:i).'e,  .  t  .tv^..  ^*��-��.��.j**��  ^I*-*!1"  ri r">��>r *  \Yi  j ���!.�����;,���  13'.  -i  f'.U-  .'-ILllCv.  .1  .ho  P'iOv  !    Of  ���*ur  /j!)-i;;c  UP  A  mucr  .  mok  ng  tc>-  ItACr.i  ������ <,  1 , .     , -  ii c.y  ill  1   Jft  Ur  Muy  a, hew  ,1./,     1  ���.< -ii i j  ....  th  ;;   ;::i  :"C,  ���- i .K  irul j_n'ii..f. to  St*   Joseph's  Convent.  >"El.SO^T, B. (J.  Boarding and Day School conducted by Use Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. (J. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Escellenoe and  swift progress cbaracteaize each department. Parents should write "for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the - thoroughness of. the  Sisters' methods of teaching. {Next  term commence Sept. 1st.-)  MINERAL   ACT    189G.  (tORM  F.)  U��fkTFICATE  dF  LMPfiOVEMfiSTS.  Notice.  Suni-;-:cri.ict;ouillMhi'3rnl ulaim; fiu.iUe in  tlie Fort Stuoio mining dividou ot Eaat Kbote-,:  nny Dihtrict. ���      i ���  Where locati'd:���On Sullivan hit).  Take uotico that T, Thos. T. McViUie, P. M  C, No. rK 60230, c..,-cut for Clifcs. C. Farrell, Free  Miner's CertiiicntL* Ko. Jl -'..%7ti,'Intend Jixty  dny: from the. li.-.tc hcroo/, lo ajiptj* t-o tlie Min-  ini* Ueni'ivloi for r. OcrtiUciitu of improvements,  ror the ;mrpor:u of obtaininr; (i Crown Grant of  h.ij lihi)-, o elaj.ni. '  i.inl rurili'.j   -fie notice thrt rclton, under  sail Ion ��7, Tii'-s�� D.I commenced before-the i��<.u  i.:ie" o' Mich rjerl:f:��-utcof lin;.ioveinenif<.  Hilled tliii; '/"nd day uf .' iu;ii.-i!, ICO1"?.  c;i:as. c. FAnurLr,,  .   :\.v '1 Il(}fc, T. 41 cVII TIE, ^ fient.  CRAH-BBOpK.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MERCHANT   TilLOJt  Fine   Suitipgs, . O.yerqoating  Trousers,   Impoi-te"d    Goods.  MOYlfe  CHAS.; P. CAMPBELL,  Funeral Direbtbr  and  Emibalmei*.  Graduate of Chapipion College oi the  United States. Upholstering-and general furniture repairing." Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Comiriercfe. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  Cranbrook,  B. C.  -C I.UV"   r-U-TV *,'�� -  :< 'r.^��;  C^SiADSAM  S'IKC  W6rld'��   Sceiiie   RotLte-  DIRECf SINE,  Rubber Stamps, Seals  stencils, price markers, printing  wheelsj numbering macbiu.es; band  dating and ndnsbfering 'etgm'ps, check  perforators;    rdbber ���   type,' printing  pressea, etc, etc  ". ���   4.  FRANKLIN   STAfylP W<3RRS,  . -   VANbauvKR,. 13,. C..��� ......_  * nm JL ��� jtob ��.tuU5Cu.i_itMtj��j����  .i.j-iSin.-r iii fiiim-  --ily. ��Vc li... o ,iico , evujmled the  timis ioi thf lvilemption ui Snowshoe  tii{ars to J..u-.i,.rj It,!., 1004.  i'y-c i.rwivo: 'JL'on\.(o Cc , Vsd.  ^o*flirr.t tr. ir?mr> JintwteiJigiwcfOT,  .y     ..'���".;.'/.'".    XOTIC'E",  Notice iss hereby gnoo that 30 day? after, date  ���\ intend to apj.ly to tlie C'lnef Oo'mmisiEiotier of  vLainis and-worki for a speeiiU, licuuse to cut  and carry aw��y. timber from thi: follo.viui!- des-'  . eribecllaudsiu the southern  clivision of East  Kootenay diuii ict, II. C. .      '      , '  : .��.!o'nnu>noiiigatnyi(.)st, -pi tin ted on thu West  wdtoMhaCunaditti, i'acilie.Jtailwav near 'the  n-M leilapost., tliL-iice- West &) chafus, t.houce  houtn tochniiisjthoucc East HO chains, tho.nce  J-.orth ,>j chains (.. pl.u-.o .,/ r-owwencement,  *��viutelailng. 6-10 neves more or lens,  listed eeptembCfWiuiwiS.11' S* JJili:t,r0H'  jJISERAL ACT 1S00.   -  (FOP.II   F.)  C'ntviricAVB oy JjipnovE'iETr'":.  TiQ'Virv.  Mft-if Cr(";lv-<-.Mipcr:'l f hiim, iitiufo lu tiie  Fort Steele Mini'.ic l)i*, i.-io i ol J:nn Kootenav  district.  Wheie localC'l:--C:i Mp.rl creel: and Sullivan  hilJ.        '    .  Take notice that I,Thos. % >rcyitue,-F; M.  C.No. B ?02SG, agent for Chiia. "0. Farrell, 'Free  Miners: Certificate Xo. B 4'j'37C, inteiid Sixty,  days.frorn the date hereof; to apply to the .Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements;  for the purpose ciobtaiiiii:-!-: Cro-wn Grant of  the uliove clniiri. '. ���������.,  Anrlfui-Iher;take notice thiit aetioii, under  section 37, nui?,t bo-eoiiimeiiced before the issil-  tnce of such CerttRente of improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of August, 1902, ���  .' ".  -; chais: c.FAititEi;!;,.  | ../,       .    Pci THOS, T. McYIl'^C    Meat. I  HEAVY TEAMING  -~viLSO���  DEJAVKKV.g  O. JP'. DiJSAULXiEU  East  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa -  Montreal  St. .Johp  if alibi k  Bostbp    ,  New York  ��� West  Westminster  Yanbouver  Victoria  Skaguay  pa\yson  . .Seattle  Portland  fecin Francisco  XIEDERSTADT,\RIESTJ2REft]&\'66i  Lager Beer, Porler and Bottled  Beer Aiwtiys or; Hantl.  diidiity not:e^:celled in tiie country;   Try it!  be convinced.  * r:   �����  KftWC  ��� mil     t0****\ru  ���  to  ;���d9��ft����lg�������tS  ����*9��W*��1  P. p. joAkstofc  fniS  tfpf Lake Steafiers*  Leave Fort William  Sun., Tuo.; Fri.  7ia. SOO LtSTE  St. Ptiui,  Buluth   and  Chicago,  hill Hotel ii New. Ma #iiljfe^^.ffe  Tables, are Supplied Mipll  Market affdr0l*-f HC B�� Jg miie�� W  the Best BrahdS 8? fi^S&tg $M Clgtt*  A  -'��� '- - - -. - blitfclBIlCOtDlBI  ��^.^��jS���.*S���^$���^���e$'?^tfc<^  i-" ���yyy^yy-^---- -v.*** '..--v^"^?---v-v------   - -i���^.r==r���������������.  OYIE,  ^ieevocr  EAST  Service  m  Leave   j)unmore   Junction  daily  for  St. iJanl. ^  Lea-.e   Kootcn.iy    J/ancling    Tuesday  and Saturday lor Tol-onto and   all -  t'.-if.itfit porul.-*,  *      :��� * V/ksT ' ,  Leave   Uevfilstokp  daily  fp:��    Seattle,  Vancouver and coaafc cit;e3.  ,"..      ���      ��   *.  .\ ��� i -.   i     i -  r,.   A. i\rAuEKNziK, Fropriotoi.  The ^cM,<fdr_fclie< ^st^^ds'*   -iSirbryti?."1^  in Sverf/; fres^eet; ^ Mi&^U: Bdoms ^r  Oommerbii^i fen.  itzsh  -+0-4-  .FKO^T DELIVERY.'  ."���'���-��      ,     tJ ,        .    -���  ���  Wh in 'large ,or  Bma11'quantities'at the  Moyie Brewery,; Moyie.  . Through tickets, to Enrols yit^, ^1;  Atlantic line's..',' Prepaid  tickets frppu1  all .PQ.into . at, 1 owent   rates., For full  paHiruUrsa^piy to local agents, !  6. Hlilier, Agent, Moyie,  J. G CARTER,  .Dist,.Pas8. Agt.  Nolson,  SE. Ji COYLE, ���  .WtGQ.,���P��s    AfitJ  Yan's'oVeri ���Cr.mhi'oo.ki  ��V  'est-,  Pborograplior,  *Uoyl��),    Fort .Steele.  ���Ahiindsoni-ilj ill";l,-',(;^.' iCii.-.ir.-   %)M  ^^^^���iiv^^'^v-'Kiffll  -MIINN -��.nn..3eiBw-*2i3s5��5l  Mmw^^^^1  BjanoU Qlilut. ��w F  ���ttf&b-^ 4r^ (ffeffl**.^ 'V^A^&^fi,

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