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W ^     -  ������-* ^v ^^^* -  V ;^'avi:.., !��>.,��:,( .,,,,,.,., c.iodn   f^i^-un!!  y; :   vM? .k-f^tc?   ;,:';..(.,-���;.(P(J    (ilc   verilict J  aL  sfiniy in ins  I Kid n  Vf%\  worxin:  o t  vince.  '-Ill v<  i    I.  ���fl-'I'c'C.      1,'j  fi\ \  ��� Upp.jlt.  Pi  Hi:-  .Ik  ciune  ',    V ':"' *J' 'ri":p*"��'",u! ';:c;  ' The result of the Provincial elections may be  ^r K^hL ���.-.!��� /.. ...���,': .u, ^v ;,-.j" -Ary! safely QUKLmarisecl as follows:  CONSERVATIVES,1    -  liberals,   -' - -  -  socialists; -  .-  -  -  Total,"   -,-.-'-   ������   -  '''-'���'N    within only a   f.y,-,-yuIcm   ui    d-jfcuing .  liis 'jpnonout. . i  ���..<?.*�����.*��  Uicv JsJi'i vi v.^iL-ovt:.    Hon'..-,   u'"   tuurn  . "���''"- '-.'��������� n     -   i':'.. ' .".-   ic   jjf'jdici   tha.  \|> j'C; ,-oji -.vf-;-]'i !o^  Li--   dop.'-i*.    King'-'  r :it�� :u i;'iii'..- I;.',',;:',"> -i>! i;l:.    ,l:id,, ���>-( a  17.  2.  1  42.  a-M^��**rf�� *  iii:i.,..i 1.:  I f ��� ?��.',   ,lu  ."b   u1-,. ,  M�� 1.1    .  pp.id. Up Capital   "$8,700,000.  'Reserve,      - ,   3,000,000.  \)iV>Ms lteceivcd.    Prcacut Itak oflntcieei 3 rrrccn  hraOX BRANCH, ���  a.7-*��a^5wm ��r.iJH*^-*J"f ��'��'aui  .,:uGr KcBride is of -she firm belief that he'  -:  v/crking- majority,   Hawthornthwaite,  OF    .COM'MbKt'-l J,!^!;;'; C!t:/���.?'^^TlZtiV'^-1-1^ T7:li ^ ^^re^-thc speakership, and  ���     ' |��-<ro um 1... n.;^.:iy//-i!iur^..:".j'3ri aU ,probability he ^/iir accept.   Davidson,  ���   ^W^?'!':'! liiC" "ll",;y u'"';^^g^. "V7i:ll join with the Liberals, giving them  Pkc'r.diro-li.n-cr otayui-.sith Mr/I^.   'The recount of the ballots in the Eernie  ~ n p��Mnpp   ar.n .'^���tuip-'"'^^^^- ' '.Eicliiia-takes Diaco today, and it is the general  !  l/s!,lt        "   '���-      - h; fll.;-o-pi3:ioa that the electipn of.Ros&, Conservative,  7jr**.VU��,'�� ^TMJff"*��-p-1A,ni'-3 "  rj ��� -w-oKrrTE���*���<���*'  3   " ivinr;,.:;. ;   ,,t  ('ll     f u , i      f . ;   v ,��    '���       ' 11 *  (���;  -it* '-S7K'  ��������i^��� ��.*"r*^)^  Vv * i i    w O   sa ������ i i> t. C J. -'-'- C v.-- *  _-��� ^   '     g'j^'c^^^t^'loV^To';;:^,   Following is the resuit of the  election in the  U     "igli-'i.t.riirplnccd  cu   lead   and  lead ! Qrai'lbrGOk  district.  $JReaJ Estate, Commission, Insurance and p  8'         financial Agents.   Brokers. o|  i( Ami!'-,.;-- >u:d Accountants,    unly tno ^t.o.^^^.^ui ^tc. c^     ^^ c.lLdid.ile.   liiird.-'lhcy resents  1            Companies   HcprcBcntcJ.    Miniug   hharw   boutUt ,,   !-.he act::.u ofoiiio   Cianhrook   I-ibeialrf  prod'icth cnterii:^ Oanadu. J)r. Knit's '  i'lu'.y i.- u]'p��.-c.\i u >wch a j^dicy. Shj- :  olid, boiii-viiij: in good -.var>js for laboi ���  and ;hc'l)o;-t [.o.-iiLJc Ja"rs fur tiie pro. ���'  k'Clion of the warkingiiiun, ihoy cast ;  ilic-ir baUots for -Vr. Cavcn,   the., lahor-  Ainl Sold..  MQii<&'5   &��   ^*    fl{   i the rucent'oonveniion. !  1'vtrv voti-r in '3iov:e   vutct:   infeISi-,'  .,.^-p.,j��:,<-��r��: ir-'"-> -f<  jjerfysK.'  rr>-.r.-;-��C'^.-s-'-Ji  -wr:-^i:'���'���-��  :;*  i'.v.t  ip'u'eu ���  ���\ '-"A  sitsliiUnui wm"^ w!>  >' fOOO.OOO   "  . j,.-;a.\\ .'ii.i  :;n ->-*   v.  l';'.!l'iL i.lui: ii<o enun* \v:i5 i.i.id.',  |'  Tr.fj Lead: : uniiu' ^   (i'.t:'.i':   i)=ht   i'"i  ! '..'? candidal-  :Ujit hu< wo rpgtt" = \' i: .t-  'rt/.ir-^ r:.,c��..  ,                 i  i   'jAv'Cll.  King  Cran'.rf.-ok  t>  '222  :uo  Moyfc  Fort Steels. .���  .   .  , Til  .... .in  27  ilO  Wardner.   . . .  ..  23  2lJ  Mrtrvs'-illr- .   . .  ...   28  ���12  North Suir M i  ne  .   3 3  7  I'crrv Ci-C'iik  ���>2  a  2i  i  lilinn   4  _������>  - W.-ia.    ..     ���  ..    J  n  Total.     .  .   ...  ,    443  ins  .-lir.j's nnij'jiit  y. "�����"������  THE SULLIVAN MINE,-  The reorganization of the fiullivai.1  company on a bonde d nasis is goinrj'  nhcnd so favorably that $."30,000 o[ the  company's indebtedness on account of  aintJtcr construction has .been taken  up. The principal smelter debt;  which, with interest, amounts to about  # 110,000, is duo to 17'of the iarge  stockholders who agreed to accept  bonds liar.  The only thing now- delaying thp  complete reorganization ol the Sullivan  \n the neglect ot a few small stockholders to come forward with the 20  percent stock bonus which they havtj  been called upon to provide.  They c:in, get the smelter running  :it,'iiin In four ir.onlliri after they get  funds, iii hand, and flir-y look forward  to dividends as .soon as .things get in'  shape.  A,T<>rriUlc A.ccIdont.  Claude Trotter, at one time  a clerk  in G. T.  Rogers' store  in   Cranbrook,  but recently a tieffiaker for   the Eaet  ICootcnav Lumber Co., met with a bad  accident in Moyie Mond.iv niL'ht.    Ho  waa on his way  from   Hyan   to Cranbrook,on a freight   train, but changed  his mind when'he readied Movie, and'  jumped from   the   train   when   it   was  tunning at full speed.    He struck   the  phi form and rolled back and   his   left  teg was thrown under the   wheels  and  terribly mangled.    His agonizing cries  tor help were soon responded  to  and  the unfortunate man \va3  removed   to  the Kootenay hotel   where  everything  was  done to relieve hid sulfering.    Dr,  Green    was wired   for^ and  came 'out.  from    Cranbrook, on  an   engine,   and  took Mr.   Trotter   back   with   him   on  the    afternoon's   (rain.   ,The .leg   was,, .  amputated below the.knee We'dnerday.  and at 'last accounts   he  was getting  along, very well.    ,  ^ {��� m.-: iVr :.'!.��� ;  .'  >'dw   t!i it  LOCAL  NEWS  . Edward Elwellis up, from Cranbrook  r, D. Hope returned  from   Spokane,  Thursday.  TDan   Mclnloah    was    down     from.  Maryaville Sunday.  Mr?. J. P. Harper find daughter left  yesierdfty fur "Winnipeg to apend the  winter.  Baths only S5 cent at Stone's barbet"  >iiot>, ���  S'j.'b:'!/.'")  .}?-Jfi)3fi,ol2  1   (; m.. i-\ >!���  ft i"  CAVITAJ^, CAnihuri/.-d)  . .     .  CAPITAL, CJ'flW   l'i'-'  ���   ���   ��� '  jn-i.ST.t   .     .,...�� ()l--KLCF.,TOT10XTCJ   OKTAKI^  I T.r.:u-:uaTT,rro, ;j. ^-^iLKh^-Y ^hbi L-U  I    b. II.vY. A^islant Clen. Manager.    \. . J��U�� - -1    ���    ^        ,..,.,  [ GKAMER00K BRANCH t^^L "'"  J   L O  r    <\v\(:s tm^a'p/i\mK>* r._lntore-: tdiowi'tl on depoaiU'.  fe    DrAi.,n,M,r.vaMsi:iall   P^ns   of   Caught,   Umiec.   C tale,  ..n��.  .j. >  ���!i-v. - li  nt:! :I    in.)  v-, t. d, ti  > ��� i    : i>i'   i'ci  l;,.    k-..!.:   t.V   diitrl-   datSS 111 that Oltj  ; .-.(.'crtiiiy abide;  \c.'   !*  K-  J"OiSoph llartiii was   de^eatoa m   vancoivver,    .\t.sti-.iursday wuiboThankFgiving  ::nd %vent uovrn  ���% /-\    -~>t  *. "?^> ^^ i  ���Jt/i -*.;-^ -���  a  !,li   >;..iii-r-  -ritin  h  u^'iver. ha; 'm '. "i1  r.ojl; cf in^aihnj a   i."  ;".rii :��������.'  iL'.iro^i,  ��M.-.o'al Sttontiou tr'fcn lo collection?.  c  H. iVlAHSH, Mnnacier  ,4    l.o;tK.i:il-.    ���-.-Aery.    ��"l.:l.t.  Conr:-..! _ XayJLOr  \ : had cltar.u-, a:id the wnu.m in jhip   v.t- i  S   jtiiut ciai.--     Mr. >"iedisi��tad[ iuit o>jo i.f  ijiDerai cancu- tla>ivnd��i'ib"!ic holiday.  Mr;. [T)v.'j Fiiggina of L?einie is in  to.vr. vis'ting with Iter sister, Mrs. P.  J. McMalmn'.  Mrs. L-iwlor v,*.id in   Cranbrook   this  i  wet-L.tosee  her  husband,   who  is  in  the hospital with a brokeu knee cap.  Mr.*. Miedersifidt rofn'rnfld  Thursday  from   jMoscow,  Idaho.,   where she   hac  ' I been visiting for the past three  weeks,  &lired Fans Liberal-Labor, was snowed under-   Mi3>,_ F;,IacEacl:e^ nml childr^  T^-n ?v^upt^p;c'- o?��ct.iorf.��was Uie oi^��?est sur-  ;.-,.., - t...-.-01 r-vxso of the campaign.. ���-ut -.;:^m oame out on  ���simcuj ne |xC;^ w^^ a niajority.of 6"; ^ve?1 Sidney Stockton  !<>.v,.r  ;h.��t?-ajaJ'  liscb.:.*    Citi".  , O     MfcW-IilV  -:v :iV v: |  '    '���     " '   "'   :-"^i,sn   ^   U,",xn the "Smir district.    ' , " returned to Moyie Thursday  from   ar.  extended visit to Charl'otteio'wu, Prince  "2;   Of the 15 La^or and Socialist candidates in i:dv.,,rd island.  r������-�� /7 -\j ^P   . _    , , i    ^a^^! I     \v. T. Jameson, who w:.s a  resident  i W%7      i V fl A f 1 H    'Che ft<5ld CJU^ three Were el6Cl'ea -     ' ; of Mov e for some time, died  in   >Val-  >*��^,<  o  ���^ ���ii"K^iyi" ���������.������lys -^c-jj '^. j. jmj ' ���   ���II- m.nw>*��  '    CEAKBKOOK, E.>  FIEE -IIn SUBANOE A(*ii^ re  CUSTOMS BIU'KrX.  ''>')  ib^t Rates, Perfect Protections   ^m*  fi s A    n    J h   [<      i   v  1 "V* ���" c *���*   _  soticje. i   GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  In the matter of an  application  for,  ,k dunhcato of  Cerciiflrtie  of   Title  to  Lc!s I--1 and 15, Block-!..   Lots 1-k  and  {\. Jilct-li  '';   Lot-  ������?.   ',  "���   un��  Lhu-jk 10: and" Lots  ')  rnd   10.   J;iOi_k  lu    the    parade   of   the  Sovereign  Lb-and Lodge of Odd Fellows at  Balti-  halla, JTortli Dakota, on September 2"  of Erights disease of the Sidneys.  A social hop was given at the llotel"  lCooteuay lact eyeniug in honor oi  Toiri Cam eron. who intends! leaving in  I:\Tuwn ot" Moyie (Map 017V '  7    in-jre,  ii few days f.S>    about  -10,000 j a few dayg^.Mhe^Slacau   iK-mbers of tti-; order wc-c '"^ ';nc , ,{,;h a yZ, r,,rcl.g,. ni. u...',^.  On    October!   tlic  Ikinlicr   iiill ^       While ov^ening a box. J. C.  Mount'  Comp  Rates-  o  ]**'"����Si.u  *��� ������~fx '��.J  ifjoix want anything, stylish, and kqw gu  ? s p ^- ^ ,  " Notice is hereby given that it is  my   Vulli^au   Mining    &     Concentrating i orfhree Mile Bay,   >T.   Y.,  ran a   ten  iiitcuti'cu loissucnt tho evpiratior   of' co-.ipany d;clar;.d dindend >"o. 72,^ of j -penny   pail .through-  the j fleshy , part  HIT If IT      '-f%      ' /fi #.��  H 'H. J f    .;!      SW5...  Jnc mouth fxoiu tho  first publication ! 1^,000,   payable   on   October   i\    This j 0tbi5 hand.    "I thought h once of all'.  licxeJi   u duplicate of   tho "certincato ; nwkes the total paid >mce January  1. j the ^n and soreness this would cause i  ufTit!3 to the above, menuoned l.iii<l {^03," $36,000." and   the   total  to 'date j me^ h�� gays; "and   immediately  ap-  in the Town ,of Movie in   the   mime, of  ��'���:  The leading 'Ladies,aiid0ents iurnisiie^  'The ia^eBb,t&i2ig  ��t^���*i"���- =,���**<ir?2!".������-  V  to  '/  -vT  n . *'f fN N'  ')'A i '  ���/5KSAOIiN.lISl-t fSJ"'':?  fJL'<_i-.->J.j"r-J-i3   'iJIIiS^VH'is v:r ������  Maria D. 'Cranston, which   CertiticaU  ���nlied   Chamberlain's Tain J3alm  and.,.  ���H /AGO, 000.  It now   seems   tha't   there   is  little-   occasionally afterwards.    To; my. sur*  ja dated thciaOth day of January 1S90. | i:hiUioc of the ^t.Eitgene niiaa   begin-.! prise it removed oH pain .and  soreness  'j.'.-d numbered 7.021 K.'.          ;                  I ning   active -: ooera't-ops ''before   next '[and     ths    iniurei,,-parts   were/soon  ."II. P..MacLeod."'    j *   ^  . , '.Dij-trict,Uegistrtir [' '*���' ' " ,   . ._������ --���  La ml Ilegictry Ofi;cu, Melsson, 1-. C  ���hid -Octcbi':- i'}0::  ;|    i,\i??Q'' pample   rooai  ii    \vith-liousc for.C'.Jiivviove;;  j!    of accc:inir.odal:on3.  -;1    conncct.t-'.:  1 m;:iC,  ;.''i'-  i"';<  iatiuiiaiicvs foc'Comrnencial. ����}(? 'ttJl-':-''  !V 51  I ft    .  ;\ ^t ,  Mfttti-'Mibjifit***^  j c'rocK'.Q.uc'CATto:?.;  !      Kttriiislicdbv. I  !     '. '��� -'���:���-���.-;  i,.rc. Movie, 1?. C; ���.  ! ��� ilh^rcii Sk-vI^v;. ' ������   j ���.'.'_���>  j l^iS-iYTEKIANVrVrvioo will ^ | Crov,;, HestCo^ .  ! lu.:ld in the h.ajl at.T::>0 p, m. Topic: j ;^t- Eusrcne.. ��� .-.'.,  j ������.] ibcrty ; its Katurc, Cost. a::d \'">o.''     | >Torth Gtar. .(!  ���     All are welcome. ! Julliv":i-' V- '-V"'  , .,,   ,.  ,,-  -r     ,-        r.,.',-.. '   I Can. Gold ..'.������ timh!.  *���-' ��� ��� - '     ���    . i L-;oicona;i. .......  "-,   "'���:    f  ":" ���   I Wa;-Eagle '.-'  MAEK-ET, j l-ayne.. . . -- :-��� ��� ���  American V-cy., .  o* Vhvell  bro (v-*  Asked..  Etd.  ?��mc.oo #:  <ip  1)0.00  7.1  ���H  ^.i  0 '���-  iy" '  healed."    For sale by all druggists.'  m'w.uxrz.ui.iar rm^i-.  STOP. AT THE  13   !  ��� ' '    ���  wH:b.iT j::v ,  .:,...'���... uMfiBBooit  .Lorul,-??.,?./.}.    Cop'va:,  ?U  (ypoltor") $r3.;.)7^-.  i Alberta. {.:oa!..L-o..  'o;    /,,n"'i foiC, N.A'.-.nl..  ! ,St.'''hwne MotuitiUu  i ''an. Ci! ^ CXv.l.Vttl.  7;��.  ���10  .V. 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£   I They Should be Rugged and Sturdy.  FrtI
First,   Mr.   Lefnntrton   produced    an
attested copy of a will made by Victor''    St.   Clair,   husband   of, Rachel,
said .will  having been   duly acknowl-
■ edged  by  legal  authority     and      admitted  to probate.    The will  waa in-*
two parts.     The first had  been  niaiU
shortly  after  the marriage,   and  was
a simple bequeathment of everything
of which, JSt. Clair might die possessed   to   his-   beloved   Wife   Hachel,   without  restriction  or  reset-vat ion  of any
kind.      After   this, .his   child   Pauline
had   boon   bom,   and   lie  had   added   a
5    codicil.      The   codicil,   however!      did
j    not seem  to  reflect  so directly    upon
the child as upon  a sister,  who    was
at that time married  and   living- near
hint.     Though   the  birth   of   ihe child
afforded    tho    opportunity;,   tho   occasion   was   embraced   to   e\'press   n re
niemhrnnco   of  this  sister,   not   bv /'(
rect    bequest     but    in   a   contingent,
which     would     seem     to   have    bi'r-n
meant as a hint of his wishes  to his
This  codicil    did  not  in   the    least
alter  the  spirit  of  the  original   will.
It still left the wife free to hold and
to  dispose  of  the property;     but    it
,   provided   that   if, c.while   living,     she
should  not   otherwis-O" will,   tho .property  should,   in   the  event     of     her
death,   go   to   his  child.     But,       further,   in   case  of1the  death   of   I'arhel
intestate,   and   the  death   of his child
without issue,      the property' should
go to the issue of, his sister Theresa;
and,   failing-   all   these,   it  should    be
taken  and  held   in   trust  by   tho  city
of New Orleans for certain char-it a bio
purposes    which  were   specified.    The
will  closed  with   the following—  the
original  being  in ' Victor  St.   ('lair's
own hand—and Air. L,eh"iiiglon  called
especial  attention  to   it,   as  showing
how strong  and  permeating was  the
devoted    love   which  had   been    able,
even in seeming, for a .season to blot
out 'the due remembrance of a sister:
"And yet'1 do declare it as fully in
accordance   with   my  will   and   pleasure,      that my  beloved   wife  Rachel,
may,   if circumstances shall     so     in-
ch'no her, bequeath said estate,    both
real  and  personal,   in   whole     or , in
part,  to whomsoever it may    please
her;   and  her  act shall   be  held right
and just before  God  and  man.   Thus
do I  manifest how  truly  I love    and
honor her."
The court being satisfied of the
nature" of Victor St. Clair's will, L-ef-
i'mgton proceeded, in bchalt of his
client, to make known the further
grounds of his claim: and, by abun-
danco of evidence, with other evi-
'denco, that could be had if wanted,
ho proved as follows:
Theresa .St. Clair, the sister of the''
tostutor4 married, in New Orleans,
• Jasper Murdoch. Of their .issue,
two daughters, Theresa and Eveline,
libed and married. Theresa married
a James Hugo, and died in giving
birth to her first child. This child,
tho only issue of Theresa and dames
Hugo, lived to manhood, and was
named Adolphe. Jie was an unfortunate fellow, sadly dissolute and in-
. temperate.
"And,"   explained Lefimgton,    "his
friends   gave   him   up   as   dead     long
ago.        They   onco  received   information direct thaUhe had been killed in
a drunken  affray  at Vicksburg.   But,
from      recent   events,   ic  would   seem
that the poor man had lived to wander  this   way,   as  wo  have  no   doubt
that he was  the man  who was fotuid
dead   upon   the   railroad   track       not
Jong since.     ITe  must have  been     in
search   of  Madame   "Rachel,   probably
for tho purpose  of  obtaining money.
Touching  his   assault   upon   the    girl
Christine, 1 can offer no explanation,
becauso   i  know   not  the  exact     circumstance.      1    have no  doubt,   however,   that   ho   was   a   desperate      fellow,   and  if   he   had   planned    a    bold
stroke,   ho   would   undoubtedly    have
struck  had  it been   in  his  power."    '
The coincidence of  the agreement of
Caspar's  family  name  with   that    of
tho dead ruffian was not at this time
particularly     noted. It     had   been
Hpo'kcn of before,   and had become an
old  story.
Mr.   Leffington   then  proceeded  with
his development:
Eveline, tho second daughter of
Jasper and Theresa Murdoch, married 1'icrrc Compton. They both
died within ten years after their marriage, lea\ imr two children, one of
whom alone lived to grow up. That
living child of Pierre and Kveiinc,
named Alexander, is now before the
court, claiming tho estate of Victor
St. Clair through direct heirship dc-
livod from his maternal grandmother.
The evidence in this direction was
submitted, and it seemed a, clear
caso that, barring claims from the
other side, Alexander Compton was
tho truo and lawful heir.
Arii liow was it with the other
tion. '
Mr. I.eOmgton had stated his'car-o,
and put on his e\ idence. and it only
round nod to prove the identity Of Alexander Compton beyond tho" pof-si-
biiitv of a doubt. .That done, it
would seem that the mis-1 property
was all his own
Hr Arkwright had been present at
t ho session of the court,.and v. ilh a
hea\y. heart he repaired to the
Brook-ide and told Christine what
had  I ran spired.
But rh\ Arkwrie-ht had not been
tho only interested spectator in
5 court. Sitting near t h ' bar, where
ho could hear and observe freely, had
been a middle-aged gentleman to
whom the judge had bowed respectfully, and whom the public administrator and the registrar had greeted
cordially. This   was   Kalph   Apple-
ton, a lawyer of acknowledged ability, but whose lime had of , late
been chiefly devoted to literary pur-
Miitt. «■"
Tliitt evening, not long , after the
(lep.ti't'iie of Arkwright,, Christine
was informed by Cora'that a, strange
gentleman  wished   to  speak  to  her.
The gentleman was admitted,, and
it was e\ incut that mutual c< n'i-
denf'e and esteem were the iniiiirui.-ite
result of their greeting. Christine
looked up into a face benign and
mild, and \ et a face strong .i"d reliable; and he looked upon a girl
who might, have enlisted the sympa-'
t hy of  an  anchori.te.
"1 address Christine St.  Clair?" he
said, as ho  held  her hand.
She replied in ,the affirmative.
"My name,", ho pursued,   "is Ilalph
Applelon.     1 lnnc had some little c.-c-
perioncfl ,in , law,   and   ha\e   been   s'-'iu
to    you   by-   a   woman   calling   her.-cli
Undora.      That   I   have   obeyed      „l(er
call  is suflicient  pj oof that     1     trust
her.     1   feel that L can safely l,)id yo.,
trust     her   also.   ,   I   trust,   m\   child,
that     I  may  prove  a   helping   friend
Perhaps   j on   ha\e   he.u <1   of   the    result     of   this   day's   invest igat ion   at
the probate. Court?"
"I ha\ o heard, sir. l?r. Arkwright
has liccn here."
"Vet jou , would claim your
"My true and honest rights—\es
"If there had been deep and wicked
plotting against the true intent and
purpose of Itachel St. Clair, jo\i
would lend your influence to its exposure?" ,
"Vcs. sir. Oh, yes."
"Then you will trust me to enter
proceedings in your behalf1?"
"Jn my behalf? Oh, no,' sir, not
that! I cannot appear so sordid,
and so forgetful  of all—"
-Mr Applelon stopped her with a
wava of his hand.
'My child, \oti misunderstand me.
Through you alone can we stay the
conspiracy. lix order to meet them
with any promise of success we must
hunt up evidence, and the gathering
of e\ idenee will take tune. Jn order
to gain that uiiw we must show to
the court good reason for praying
for a stay of proceedings. In your
name, and in yours alone, at this
present time, ca.n we appear in cotnt.
Let us throw your claim upon the
estate out of the qinsiion. Without
a wiir in your favor \ou have none.
But. will j on help me to uineil and
discoinlit the rascally scheme of
v\ hii-li I hn\o spoken—remembering,
of course,   that   I   will  stand between
of tiro and Heady for Work, Play   er
Study—Keep Them Uoaltby.
(;rowing   boys   should      always     be
healthy   and  rugged.   Heady  for  play,
ready    for    st ud.\ ,   and   ready  at  any
tr.uc   lor "a   hearty  uumI.   This   condition   denotes   good   health,   but   there
arc   entirely    too   many   who   do    not
come  up  to this  standard.   They take
no  pari in  the manly games all healthy   boys   indulge  in;   they are stoop-
shouldered,     dull   and   listless ;    they
complain   of   frequent   headaches, and
their   appetite   is     variable.       Sometimes   parents  say,   " Oh.   they'll  outgrow   it  "    But   they   won't—it's    the
blood     that's   out   of    condition,   and
instead' of   getting   belter    they    get
worse        What.   bo\s of   this  class  require    to   make then'i   bright.      active
and     strong,   is    a   tonic,     something
that will imild up the blood   and make1
the   nerves strong.  There  is   no  medicine  thjit can   do  this  as  quickly and ■
us  effectively    as   Dr.   ^Villiams'    Pink;
Pills.    Mrs. Mar>  Compton,   of Merrir
ton.   Out.,   tells   what   these   pills  did
for   her f'sixteen   year   old   son.       Shi' i
sins :    "About two years ago my son
Samuel   began   to   decline   in   health.'
lie  grew   very   pale  and   thin, ar.d - at
times experienced serious   weak spells,
coupled    with   a   tired,   worn   out feeling,   and    as    the    weeks    wrnt  by he
Delhi,   ttie   Gem   Mnrlc«'*.
Delhi remains the center of all Tn-
| dian art Industries. The most skillful
I jewelers and gem cutters, painters,
carvers, embroiderer* and craftsmen
whose creations could tempt the purse
or minister to the luxury of'the greater and lesser Mogul* have gathered
there for centuries, and trade habits
are hut slowly broken. Along Chandnl
Cnauk plump merchants in snow white
Hothes and tiny jewelers' turbans invite one to their whitewashed, fell
floored inner rooms, and there, treading catlike in stockinged feet, they unroll gold and silver embroideries, Kashmir shawls and "camel's hair'' stuffs
and cover the last inches of floor space
with jewels.
Necklaces, girdles and a queen's ornaments are drawn from battered boxes, scraps of'p«per, cotton cloth or old
gannel. Nothing seems quite as Incongruous in this land of the misfit and
the incongruous as the way in which
the jewels of a rajah nre produced
from old biscuit tins, pickle bottle3flnd
innnualade jars. One buys the gems of
a temple goddess, and they are laid in
grimy cotton wool and packed in rusty
little tin boxes of a crudity Inconceivable.—From Eliza Ruharuah Scidmore's
"Winter India."
She recked.
A gentleman tells n good story on
his betrothed sister. Visiting his home
after a long absence, he was sitting by
the side of his sister, with his arm
around her waist. Her head drooped
on his shoulder in the old, old way.
An aunt in the same room enjoyed the
affectionate    display    and    remarked.
Why,   tliat  looks fl. lf  ,.
Wiir-the name or ,," U rilirf>t ba
sweetheart.     »i„(ll.. » ..    J'"B"s implied,   "you
lot^." tii«7-\l:i|1i"s
„ n«™T  Raw   Wj. 'VLr '*•
-M»3'he L  hav,:!;'./!1.^
auntie. "Well, if yon Ui .' «»ul x]ii
was the parting Bljljl ^"^"H-
practical   admission   ..V    ;""ij  wai a
ission   or
lbt  ^"ta.
And   Often   Make   the
Resulting Backache to Other Causes.
'   Many  women     have  kidney  disease ( thorough    cure  is e'vidr<IK-,'d
and do not ' know it.      They confuse ' scores    and    hundreds
•=> of
the symptoms of kidney dise*.sp with   fi"om reputable people in all v,„>
those  of  ailments  of  a    feminine na- ,  ' >i" ,lT    ,„.,,. •>
. ,„ , , .1     Mss-     "•   Wilkms,        Jleim      >,
turo.      tte  would    warn  you   against   Belleville.   Ont..  stair-* •    ■'■','       '*'
grew   woi.se'.       This  alarmed   me,   for
my    husband  had    died    of    what   tho
doctors    called     pernicious     anaemia,
and   1   feared   my   son   was   going   the
same  way.    I had ofte.i read  that Dr.
Williams' PinkPills   would   cure   anaemia,  and    decided  that he should try
them.    A  couple of boxes  made a de-
cidod   improvement   in   his   condition,
'and  by  the  time he had  taken  a half
do^'Ji    boxes   his  health    was    better
than   it had  been  for some years previous.    His  weight  had   increased, his
listessness   had disappeared,    and     ho
was  blessed with  a good  appetite.   J
may   add   that   other  members,  of  ray
family had  been    benefitted     by . tho
use of   I>r    Williams'  l'mlc   Pills .and 1
consider    tJie.se    pills    (be    best   af all
Poor and watery blood is the cause
of neat !v all diseases, and it is because Dr.. Williams' Junk Pills act
dirccijy on, the blood, both onriching
ing it and increasing the quantity.
th.it they cure such troubles as anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion, neuralgia, heart troubles, incipient' consumption, and the various ailments
that afliict so mainywomen. These
pills may,,be had from any dealer in
medicine, or-will be sent post paid at
.jt'f a box or six boxes for $2.o0 'by
writing to the ,Dr. Williams Medicine
Co. P.rockville. Ont. If you value
your health never aJIow a dealer to
peisua.de \ou  to take something else.
Siiporatitlon of the Unlnclcr Thirteen
When King Arthur founded the famous round table he requested Merlin
the enchanter, ito urrange the scats
Merlin arranged one set of »eats to represent the apostles. Twelve were for
Iho faithful adherents of Jesus Christ
end the thirteenth for the traitor Judas.
The first were never occupied save by
knights distinguished for their achievements, nnd when n death occurred
Hmong them the seat remained vacant
until,it knight surpassing him in hevole
and Warlike attainments should be considered worthy to fill the place. If an
unworthy knight sought the chair he
was repelled by some magic power.
Tho thirteenth seat was never'occupied but ouce. The story goes that a
haughty and insolent Saracen knight
sat down upon it and was Immediately
swallowed up by the earth. Ever after
it was known as the "perilous scat,"
and, brave as the celebrated knights of
the round table nre said to have been,
not one ever had the courage to elt ou
the thirteenth chair, and the superstition against it still survives.
are the most marked symptoms of'.severe that it alTected
kidney diseases^; others are loss of health and r wn<' i\,.
flesh, dry harsh skin, deposits in the • m^ 'run down % mTu"
urine, swelling of the feet and legs, Chase's Kidney-I,iv,r Pills 7
severe headaches, stiffness and sore- Njint my trouble hss
ness of the muscles, rheumatic pain,
cold  chills  in   back  and  loins
scalding, painful urination, weariness and
There is, wo believe, no preparation extant which affords such
prompt relief for backache and the
other distressing symptoms of kidney
disease as Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver
Pills.      That    this    preparation   is  a   box
entiieiv J
peared. I can speak hi ti„. j •
terms of this mcdlci/io froi,i ;!■,','
it  acted   in   my  case."
Dr., Chase's  Kidney-Liver  p;[\
pill   a  dose,   2r,   cents   a   l,t>\" "ai
dealers.   or^Kdimuisun,   Dub ',
Toronto.     'To     protect
i« <:   in
\  :y
iu,ul"-u- J "        IUOLl'C.1,     \(,||     (U'jl,.-,
imitations the portrait and m"t'i,''
of Dr.    A.   W.   Chase    are    ,,^'^uZ
The   Bos-fc  Bui Iciirtg;  Paper IVIiaeJ
Only one out of every 1.000 married couples live to celebrate their
golden   wedding.
Why sro 'limpi'vur and vrhiiiiuc aboul
vo'ir corns, when a 2fi-cent bottle of
Ifollowav's Corn Cure will remove them0
Ci-.eit a trial, and you will    not rttiict.it.
"What, supports the sun
heavens?" asked the country
"Why.   its   beams,   of   course,
plied   a   precocious  youngster.
in   the
"Watch ft Horno'n Enm When Drlvlnjf.
Whether you drive a single horse or a
team the principles are the same, but
in driving a pair see to it that each
horse does his share of the work and
no more. A pair of horses, moreover,
unless well driven are sure to get In
the habit of wandering oyer the road.
To drive well you must keep your eye
and your mind on the horse. Watch
his ears. They will be pricked" forward
when he Is about to ohy, droop when
he is tired, fly back just before lie
"breaks" (Into a gallop) and before lie
kicks. Before kicking, too, n horse
usually tucks in Lis tail and hunches
his back n little. When you observe
any of these Indications, speak to him
sharply and pull up his bead.
It la very mucl stronger nnd thicker than any otber (tarred or build
In?) papof. ,It Is Impervious to wind, keeps out cold. J.et»ua la heat rJr
rles no smell   *>- ~»<~-    »k»«.k-  -~  —:....     «  .   -    **■    . •*-■ •■<"-
les,  creameries,   and  all  placea  where, tho   object   Is   to   Veen" an   »voa   md
uniform  temporature,   and   at  the same time avoiding dampness.
Wrlto our Agents, TEES & PERSSE, Wfnnlpag, for namploa,
. Tho E. B. EDDY CO., Limited,  HULL.
smell   or odor    absorb* no  moisture,  imparts  no  tnsio or fU\ o-"t0
with   which   it   comes  in   contact/ It   Is  Inrjrely   used  not  only  for
houses,   but   for  IiniziK  cold   storage   building,   refrigerators    d«l"-
♦ '
Day and Wight Sohool.     Individual Jnstruotlon.      Ono Wook's Trial Glv
Mother   Ciavus'   Worm   Kxlpnuinator i?
pleasant     to   take :   sure   nnd   effectual in
dc-truvam    worms.    Jiaiiv   lm\e   U ie<l it
with   het.1   Jesuits.
Self-important   men seldom  get   out
of  the   \va;,c-\vorking class.
An   owvrio.se  of   the good   things  of
u' i.s apt   to make men pessimistic.
Mr. Le fling ton proceeded to show:
Victor St. Clair bad died, leaving
a wife and ono child. This child was
a daughter, and named Pauline. Sixteen years later, Pauline, then, seventeen years of age, married Paul
Cambray,, a French officer , of some
distinction, ' but apparently without
her mother's consent. It was said,
at tho time, that tho mother was
herself in love wiUt Cambray. At,
all events, whether discarded or voluntarily forsaking her home, J'aul-
ine never returned after her marriage.
Her husband died in Louisiana, and
from that, time there'had been no
trace of liachel St. Clair's only
child, J'auline. In all probability
she had died before her husband. The
weiehi  of evidence was in  thut diree-
wni and  all possible harm?"
" V'es   M].p   j v,-ill do that,"
"And you will authoiizc me to act
in  your  name,   as  your  attorney ?"
He reached   out  his  hand,  and    sho
took  it,   and  answered him.
,   "Ye«, sir."
*> * * * »
It was near ten o'clock on tho evening of Air. Applet oil's \isit to the
Brooksido that Caspar and his father sat togethir m their ictired chamber. They had drunk a bowl of
punch, and  were now smoking.
"I  think, my boy," said Alexander,
'that  ivo arc on a safe tack at last."
"On (he home-stretih, sure," responded Caspar. 1-1 do not see
wIh-ip there cm  be a break."
"U.-ib'SH/- suggested the parent,
"this girl, Christ.ne, >houId gi\c us
trouble, J was told to-day that
.wnmg U'a.\ brook swears l,e will stick
to   her  through   thick   juid   thin."
"Not or \ou U\[v him," said the
son. with a contemptuous .snap ot" thi-
hng'-rs. ■•[ h;i\c po'-itrie knowledge
thai his fathei will cut him adrift if
h<-> persi.slii ia nny such thing. And 1
haw; other knowledge Tins ]>.,.,,] "\\.,v.
hrook is one of w>ur e.-.sy, w.ivwar.il
fellows who fall r»adily mio tiajis
haited with the right kind of excitement. Ho has been rather f,,<,t f,t
college, and b" i.s inrlimd to be a
-srio: t Let him he once cut oil from
the goo.uVinlh-icnces,, and surrounded
entirely |.>y such as we cari bring to
hear, and we have him disposed, of
heydnil his j>owor to -molest'us; Aral
as for the girl, Ave must gr.t her out
of the way. She can give us no last-
nig trouble, but- site may perplex ami
delay'us for a tim-c-: It. remains I o be
seen whether she will liiul friends influential enough, to' help her. Of her
ow;ii accord   she  will   d'o   nothing."
"And." queried Alexander, ' ''.sup.1-
pose she does find friends who wish
to help Per? What can they do? ,1
cannot .see how she can found a
claim." ,
(Toj'bo  Continued.)
His   RcreiiRc.
Me—And so your answer is final. You
Will not be mine?
She—Never! But pray don't go and
blow your brains out.
lie—It would he nn idle attempt. People s:;,v if 1 had any brains I novel*
should have proposed to you.
A  Sailor  <»f llnirpry.
Vrhat threatened to be one of tho
worst di.-asters in the history of ship-
mug was the hut ning' of the Ocean
Monarch. Tho lire was discovered In
h'T fore hold an hour or two only after
sho left the Mersey. There was n
strong breeze, and she was headed for
the Welsh coast.
F.y some unlucky accident an anchor
was dropped, and 'the big^ship was
brought up all standing h?ad to the
wind Tho flames came'roaring aft,
where ('.1)0 passengers and crow were
A P.razilian frigate, a yacht and a
pilot boat wore near, but they only attempted to pick nil those who jumped
and swam. Suddenly tip came an
American clipper anil rounded into Ihe
wind barely 'jno yards away. In her
first boat was Frederick .Jerome, only
an :ibk* s.>nni,'tn, but one of the bravest
se.'iinen that ever lived. In a flush his
bci.it was alongside the burning ship,
and be climbed on dock amid the
scorch and smother. There he stayed
until ihe last soul of 000 was t-aved.
Iiis clothes wore on fire seven separate
lime--, and ho was scorched almost beyond recognition. His only reward
was the medal of the American TIu-
mane socioly.—Pearson's.
GrpslOM   and  Death.
The custom. of placing the property"
of the dead In their graves has always
been followed by the true Itomany
gypsies. It ia due to some old tradition
of ill luck attending the possession of
au article whose former owner is gone,,
and much valuable property is buried
In this belief. There is also a sentiment among gypsies against the possession of anything that has belonged
to a dead person, because it serves to
remind the living of the departed nnd
inspire In them a dread of death. The
custom o.' burying their property with
gypsy dead dates from the earliest history of the Romany tribes.
Capital, $23,000.00.
Dosirnblo Business Positions Gunntntnod to Qraduatos,
iwuuntl.ii, Sfak.rO.Knd, Trfe* rltlnt. Hoot If »|,lnr, >ud »ll !.u,ln.« i.Mret, »rir(lt*Ur »n,I IWnnWiI. liirhl. Mm
rail or «rtl. tor frt» «!*!.»« »p« .(k.r lBr»ri»»ll<,B l» >_ J. 0'bLU.Ii A\ C.K., Jla., II.»»,, „r»r Jl.iu »«J J-.«rl,t i
nlualprg.    'Phua«  ||»J3.  . ...
Am   Vls.stKKcrnicil   Report.
The family doctor had been summoned hastily, and he climbed the tenement stairs with a grave face. A woman was awaiting him in the doorway
of a flat.
"I understand little Tommy has swal-
lowett a quarter," he said.    "Where ia
""Oh, doctor, I'm glad to tell you
we've made a mistake," she said blithely. "It wasn't; a quarter after all. It:
was only a nickel."
First  Tent   of   tUe  Air   Pump.
The first public test of the air pump
was in 1CM by its Inventor, Otto von
Guericke, In the presence of Emperor
Ferdinand of Germany. Guericke applied the carefully ground edges of
metallic hemispheres, two feet in diameter, to each other. After exhausting the nlr by bis apparatus he attached fifteen horses to each hemisphere. In vain did they attempt to
separate them because of the enormous pressure of the atmosphere. The
experiment was a great success.
A   Sleep   Walking. V*n.t.
In tho swampy districts of France
the men are accustomed to walk over
tho marshy ground on stilts. A sleep
walker on one occasion buckled on his
stilts and crossed n swollen torrent in
the dark. On awaking he had not the
courage to perform tho same feat in
rtnin!nfr  a  F.il.sc   Tmcne.
A story -well known to lawyers of the
last generation Is about the "umbrella
case."   A man was charged with stealing an umbrella, and a number of witnesses went into the box ,to testify to
the offense.    The counsel   for the defendant noted  that each  witness carried an umbrella (the time of year waa
midsummer, which explains the necessity   for   these   impedimenta).     As   a
matter of fact the prisoner had no defense to make.   Tho barrister, thrown
on his wits, exclaimed: "Gentlemen of
the jury, did you not notice that each
of  the  witnesses   carried  an  umbrella
Into the box?   Why Is this, gentlemen?
It is done in order to infect your minds
with the idea of an umbrella, to prejudice the prisoner in your eyes, to raise
'a   false   issue,'  and   I  appeal   to you
to signify your detestation of this concerted action by bringing in a verdict
of   not  guilty."     The Judge,  who  imagined  that little  attention  would  bo
paid to such a nlea, took little time and
less pains to sum  up the case.    Tho
jury nevertheless brought in a verdict
in accordance with the resourceful barrister's wishes.— Loiu'Ion News.
When sugar'prices are low.
farmers ran hereafter utib.
crops more prohuihly h\ iii
beets for u«-e as cattle iced
meats haw shown tins u-.-th
feasible, and the diiid beei~
easily i. to red.
I'll si
; lit'
.; on-
•..   l!'J
For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, weak throats, weak
lungs, consumption, take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Hoy. Solilicrm   Iji   Sunt Ii   Amoirlen.
■In Venezuela, Colombia and other
South American countries it'Is no'uncommon filing to see boys of fen or
twelve years of age or even younger
carrying'rifles and marching to battle
v.-illi the armies which fight'in the civil
wars of those lands. These boy soldiers are usually.of Indian blood, and
(hey light quite"as well ns the oldest
Always keep a bottle of it in
the house. We have been
saying this for 60 years/and
so have the doctors. -
" * *»•{• n»«* Arf* CWryrwrtorol in my
rwnlly totW yean. It is tho beat tnedJMne
In the wortd, I ka<nr, £o* (tU throat iu>d ixmg
MK8. J. E. Noacaoas.WAJtham, u&iii.
AH dTuggHaa. -* '
J*. O. ATXR OO.,
The  Zodiacal I.ljylit.
The   name  of   "zodiacal   light"   has
been  given  to  a   singular  appearance
frequently witnessed soon after sunset
or just before sunrise.   It may be seen
nt all seasons of the year in low latitudes and is obviously due to illuminated matter surrounding the sun in a
very flat or lenticular form, nearly coinciding with the plane of the ecliptic,
or, rather,Avith the sun's equator.   The
attention of astronomers, was first directed to it In the year ](JS3 by Cusshii
and  was  long regarded  as  being the
sun's atmosphere.    This idea, it Is now
thought, is incorrect, it being generally
believed at the present time to consist
of  an  Immense  assemblage  of  rocks,
sand, cosmlcal dust, fragments of metal, etc., such as the earth i.s continually encountering in the form of aerolites
or meteorites:    It may not he  out of
place to mention in this connection that
th« rings of Saturn arc believed to be
composed of similar materials.
Weak Hearts, Weak Blood'
-   »    Weak Nerves
Dr. •Agriew'i Cure for the Ji.-.n: r.i"-er
falls to cure the heart uial :ii ;-.■■■> .-nil ie
enrich the blootl. it relieves i:> •'• i ■'-
utt-a. It is i\ beacon h^iii o> icil \c(
back to health. XV. II. M>is.,..':t. i
G.  A.  K.,   Weisspoit,   IV .   mi\s 1 ;,<>
bottles -of Dr. Agpow's [ieuit Ci.-iu entirely' cure.d me of he.u! itc.lei'.i':.-:> hi.'"-
extreme nervoumiess. Its \ uPe <■ '."'•
b«   estimated."    Sold   liv   itii   il'i.-'t'
Agnew'g    Ointment    rcfanes   cc'cns
a^d tetter in a day, isc. 5
Tn honor of the  King's \ r-if   I
washed   its  statues  of   Dan   '■ <
and   Henry Grat tan.
If   attacked     with      cho'.cru   '>i   - "
complaint   r>i'   nnv   Kinil   .send   i\;   «'<■
a   liottlo   of   Dr.   .1.    I),   ki'llo'.'i; -   '' *■
'.cry   Cordinl   aiKl   use   it  mcail1...'   i-
reetion.s.    It  works  wiili  wmid'-ii i1 '   '
ily   in   Kiibdniin.'-   that     dn'adhil     l!!"<"
thnt   weakens     the   strmitif-i      i'""1  '
thnt   destroys   the      vomit:   "'i'l   ''' •
Those   who   have   used this   H .■
icine   sav    it     acts      nroinpl I ^    m'I   ''
fails   to  e/fi-ct   a   thiu'otarli   ii.'ii
Some   [it'ople   ha\'e  a   vt>'.''   '
pride,   and   nothing hack   oi    i
fall   a   man's  body  his >■.■ • <
em.'til    if   you    will,   hui    d"'
I he mi.stako of calling  him .'
Dally a«««ert cf tha betvels Is necoe-
oary.   AM watur© with Ayor'o Pills.
One   Thins   Unlirolccn'.
; Standing over the shattered remains
of their last Dresden china statuette,
tho exasperated mistress said to the
awkward servant:
"Is    there    anything    you    haven't
broken since you have' been with me?"
"Yes, mum." replied the serynnt.'   "I
have yet  to  break  me record  for de-
Contanriiitlon   nnd  Wel»I«t.
Insurance companies insist that individuals are imich more dangerous risks
in the matte* of ttiberculosis if they are
twenty pounds under the normal
weight than If (hoy are the descendants1
of families u-Ith tuberculosis op both
sides of the house.
• -
e .
• t
' e
fmi^mwm^m^^^^^^^m^^^?^^m THE MOYIK LEADER
|.,(,j.cd at his latest pho-
.1.1 n in his Sunday clothes,
M. he-poke keen disappoint-
, •    i,..,i   <lii«    inl-    if   it     bavon    of     nidi apt
a    had   tins   tiik  n   it    r,ives relief in mr.s
;J;-   Jhl'.'iv
W- ■■}'  •
iillil  '''■ '
!',',' ,,,.,.„ f0r thin, children teliing
",„.1„„; ihe improvements in photo-
!!'l'i,'hm'.'," '".* mutlered, holding the
^'i',".,! i'"'.!i v,hieh Ids likeness was
!', !■„''. d tart'ner and farther away.
"'" n.ini-nts   b<   it'-"     OL'd   loike   to
Dr.Ag-r.eW'sCurftforthe Kear-i:
acts  directly   am!   ■juiel.ly,   i-imeili
hettrt's   uctimi,    slops    i.,'o"i
dispels  all' silcjis  of   w<.:i.im>
tanking,   suioLlit-iirif.   m   p..  u
wonderful   euro  is'  ij,.,.   stuid'.
i   ii e
■' ''I"   :■■ a,
1'UH,  ,.;,,.'
itif,.,    '];,,,
carries   the   he.n t-s;,);   .^^ , ' *',',?,,«■*,•; »
Willi       In ; tf.i I     !,,, , i, .''
Gives relief in  wifsf.  u.-ul <• iui el of V.r,'' -'*
W innlpep-.
If.   FirDGKH,   PiiK5IJ)JvN"T.
J.  Wood, Ma.vagkr.
>,ome    men     jmagin.
whol"    orcliesti;.   herai:
in   I hc-ir   (\. [■<•
(I nil.
1'   t' 11 ■ -,
Deafness O.nr.ot Fte Curcd
Ii 111' III"-'" '    • ■    - ■ - ]
• tin-, picnu"  snide  be  soide  wid j
th had twitily years iigo ,an<l ( by  ^otalo^ihcutious.   _.-,    thlli can,U)l
P'-rtion   <jj   i;le   ,vr
, _ ..J-     we e     t r	
Thei'o'.S , fenclB tnat   is   hy   const
invioiis. toir.ed out look to this   ,^lluu  01  Inc. m„,,.1JS  ,1]jm„  o,
tachiuii   Tube     When    tins   UiP*   en:
darned you   l-avo a.  rujji_!iiiK
Crdoa Bank of Canada.
If BO,   tJlf   tiurlf-rs' 1 ~   ~"     '■""'""'   ot"»l^t   HNU    LrtMtl-UL   HI I-KHUN (t
' Cash vuiZ oT^^rSiV" CrU,eaV°r " *'" 6ttUSlaCti°"
The oldeat estahlishpd  Oni- r;        ■   ■
\t>™i,    . ■   -.V rain vonanissioa
r*. -• ilo"'->Uint in Winnipw.
Cam   Exchange,   Winnipeg. «^ _,     ^^ .P**' 1 1^ g^ |
Our FaH and Winter Catalogue.
,       ^ Bend us your full name and address, plainly written, and we
yyili be phased to --end you in, return a copy  of our handsomely
j illustrated rail and Winter Catalog-tie, just  issued and now ready
, ,     . .,    , „              ready
,lor mailing.    _\,o home m  Canada should be  without Simpson's
a text book for Canadian  retail buyers  Lite Do-
,,  j„ .„„... I'od.V Wh-cn O   ILum  l«o ,  _ here   is  ordv   on,.   w„y   Ut  lllI(,  (leilf.,.. s
,,,e iict.her m.m o' me.   Ihero s , ^    n»t ,, j,y n^u-ut,,,, ,,    ,w-,t
i.s, c.iuhed   ny   u'i   biflarjjisl    co-i
lie   Ki.,.
;el.s    in-
•.,;.u thnt was niver in the other,
■j heiv may he improvements in pho-
.)ai.l'ui:g."'said .Mr. llerlihy as he '.le-
ll'ic-   cabinet   sized   card   face
table drawer,  "hut Oi've
j,.l-.il". d
,!■>•,'. M in hi?
v,t tu .*•"!.* Ihiui."-Youth's (.'oiiuianion
[jt'J-ft'Ct     lieuiinj;
soiir.d  oi an-
U.ti   liilleniaiulioM   cun    bs   trj.e.'i
l;tbt-r Vii.'t-alioaH.
lu offer t of movements in the ether
, ,.,!-. upon the rupidity of the vibrn-
tlK'in. The unit of
jii.n-t  whips  in   the
tins   tube   i ('.stored
tion,   Jionrii)'
)        It    ha.S   been   ,},.
;i„:i-   jirinlucing
•„ .a^iiiviaent  for  slmrt-  waves  in
,.ilar is the bicrou.^v hich I* about one
isveiity-dve nu'lli'.itil.'i of an inch,   Waves
nieasu'nm: ."vJ tu Hit' bicroii-n aiTect our   iio.spital  iUl,i
.sen.,,- o! sighf, the fdi'u.T uiuiiber giv- | as   . (
ii,g vinlei and the hitter red color.   The   tjta-e,
a riles.-
out   iin-j
,"•' .1,K   n<'.'i').i!    ct>».Ii-
naj   l,e  (J< Mrri. (.,i   lo,   ,
rnno   rascM   <,i;l   of   v M   Kl,. ,   ,   Mr
t/:nh.   which   Is  n..ii.;,.,'  i,r     ,   „ ,
condition   of  ihe  !„.„o./;   .j.-r,',"..,       """V
\Su    will   cr,Vtt   (),„.    |j,i;|,(f.f,: '
any cisc of  IJe-dncs^  fc«ijs..(j
that   cnniHit   Pe  ruion   :,v   ||nj
Corn     Stud   for  rirru..-:;'s    f-t
Addresi.,   h\   J     (;jn,\'l*V '
do,   O. '
*-><;!iI   by   d;  >(ro [■,(,[     ~r,.
Ilttlj'K V.lini.'y" Pi!J.    o
. ''j'i il (d f. r
!'i l ''ii.-'n i
''-     OfiLii/l.
.V    I1
tlif-    l)C,f.
I   ■:
tl. >-
.. i
■>i!,Ie r.iys to which the actinic and
iiL'en ruys belong; are' shoi'Jr-i* nnrl
Ji'cii  measured  as short  as  \(M
us.     Klher    waves    longer ' than
• giving light give the  fVelhur of J    (,'f.'.t hi-,.,
;!.,    Tlie longest heat  waves sire _ a   \"ty   si.
limes the length of those of the : horse
ne .
'■'lull   .-1 |,||
Victui i,i.
■ h-d   It,
f. i
• i
i in ,-i)( i •,,.
, liehlimJ
>     lee   I.,-,.
.iy -i, or one three hundred and fi.f-' j
l.'.'tli ».d" ;iii inch.
:,e!f    :
j body,
.stuml,h'(l j.:,ii . i - - i I    f..i t im;
An   Old   Time   Tlxitfanion.
vd cli'voiiifler ti'lis ji cPrious s(oi*y
of .■:. i'\i.;oson winch occurred in Lon-
(!,,;i .bin. i. h-!!'. -V --= 11iJ> chamUer, it
xic!!,-. "eiibiit 7 of (lie cluck ut night.
.v:::_' h'l-y i-'i his shop about harrei-
.::,' iip "t" gnnpowilcr, it look lire arid
,»i tli" twinkling of an eye blow up
f.„i eiiiy fiat, but1 nil the. houses therc-
,',' ,i; !•> me,, number oC'fifty nr sixty.
,"|.i. m:' l-i-r of jtersons destroyed hy
il-.sh! i\i injiht never be known, for the
:„.,.;. |i,,i.-" hut one was the Rose tav-
r:n, ,i I,mii»i never (at that time of
.ii'^liti hit fuil of company. And in
lir, . i.r i nr ihiy«, after digging, t'ltey
e.:i.:n!".:. fiiuuti heads, arms, leg*,
(.;•'   '!; ■ ii.e-t interesting part of the
• ■.snolK-   n!ii.ut,
i ii*-t"i mj.\.\i:
on 'him   and   n
was as  v. i.ll
••■Ugii. I       my
-!!..>      h(;,d   ;;.:.(]
-r>'S   f,!N-|Vl-"<q-
'    t I-.*.   d.'-.s^ho
To  Let  the Public Know  Dodd's
Kidney Pills Cured Him.
Jol.« Kl'itciu-r had I.unUwgo aurt Kidnty
»l*ra„o nnd Could <i,-t ,,o Kellof Till
Ho Til.-tl tho Ot-etii Kidney Remedy.    '
«i mi ton. Sept. 21.- fSpecial)-" I
am glad to h-t the public Xnow that
bonds kid.-py p,i!s. cured
J.mabairo and I am ,,0w
The.Mi are the avoi-cIs of John Flet-
rner, a well-known resident of this
village, and simihn- ti ibutes to the
gieat t:atiadmn Kidney letnedy can
be lu-iii-d on every side
"I had been troubled for a year
with Lumbago and Kidney Troubles,"
ilr. Fletcher continued, when asked
lor" particular:-; "My urine was of a
very bad color 'and 1 could get noth
n.e    of
IinmisrraUon   for   thu    Vear    Einleil    T-Oth
Juno Ilujoial All l'iccccle:Jt.
Wr. Smart, Canadian Deputy ?Jin-
ifiler of the Interior, has compiled a
statement of the arrivals of immigrants for the fiscal year ending June
wOLli, which places the total for the
:,etirat l'J-1,(>->$. Ho thinks that this
number will probably be ' added to
slightly 'when the returns arc com-
piuled., 'J'he showing is r certainly a
marvellous one, both in regard to
the number who. have landed in Canada to become actual residents and
i hose who have tuketi up lands in
T'.lauitoba and the Northwest Torri-
toi le.S. ,
The arrivals  for the month of June
are ghen  as follows:,   United .States,
T.b.'tU;      Urilish      I.sh-s,   G.-Ui'.l;   ronli-
nent,   (3,LG:1.    Total   lor, June,   lVlOt}
•20.5:12. • ■,      "
'JTn .statement for the twelve
months' ending .June i.s as follows:
United States, 4-1,u,S<j; British Isles,
41,787; continent, 1)7,891'. Total,
The returns  for   j°>99   gave the   ar-
Catalo.f^ue.    It is
minion over.    It is yours for the asking.
Write for it.
Two Mail Order Specials.
mar-It-Tarfot a     Kilk   I'.eit.     hetostitclied
and  coniL'd.   o\-i'j'i/.c-d   buckle, buecial ^oc
Black TafTiitfi Silk Melt, hemstitched
and corded, trimmed with buttons at
b^d:, pietty   oxidi/.ed buckle.special, 50c
a-*'  '^'
M    A
(rcpro.-it ;;f
1 "/I   ,Vi)tl   \\i-   (
v.-|! hiiiJ.',    lie
My )- -lh.f
,LO, J-,: V  "i
I f.._.\
w ere
kiiov.s  '.'.ha!
ml   t ollhln'l
la.t"     llevc]
iii* rati  t'n  i ill   In-  (1 j. s.
Mkinrtl's LiniaieiU for sab e*ervTFtere.
rir.ii; '. i.-
i> ii:
t; v '-f -
;..- \.z ii. ! ■ '
u- -'.amIi!'-
\.|)l "i',l l.el ill
« (.-.Ml'
(.'.;:! 1,
1.   . ..'
I P'.'-I I. '
c; '!. ■ :
f-i: .':  '
W\:< :.
'I lie
'< further on:
-:ng they  found the mis-
! niise of (he Hose tavern
h;:r'iiiid one of the draw-0
hy ihe J>ar"s side, with-a
only slitled by dust and
i-'r  bodies   being   ju'eserved
r 'lis- of great timbers f.-il]-
'.:,'   ujion   jtnotlier.    There
"!■ 1 upon the upper h'::ds'of
■•;  h a young child lying in
ii 'wly Utiil in  bed,  neither
r.ii'ile having the .least sign
< "i'cr  hurt.    It was   never
*-■   ciiilil it wns, so Unit one
-ii Kept it  for a memorinl,
'i:ir  lOCio  1 saw the child.
!li ui a proper maiden."
.Mill tie    ■
thai   v. I'l-i,
in")-' frii'tp!-,
1Vi"<    )i     ;>s        h
fori .Die  1 i.n..-
i n: 1;   the r :n.
■!'   <*\pei e'U.'e
;i   ma u ihuvn
("-    up
doctors m Crantosi and St. Clary's,
hut got i;o relief. Finally T bought
a box 'of Dodd's Kidney' Pills and
commenced taking them? They helped me almost' front the first, and I
y.'a.-i soOn completely cured "
11 is cures of this kind that have
given Dodd's Kidney I'ills their popularity. Vou can't find a neighborhood in Canada \*.here Dodd's Kidney Pills ' aie not known by their
cure:-:. If the di.sea.se i^; of the Kidneys or from the Kidneys, Dodd's
Pills  never fail  to cure  it.
K id in
'I he   best   time   10   urinl
water   or
A fJKXKIi H. FAVl-'KIVK -In e\ pry
Iiia--" ulnie mil ■>'hired Pr 'i i.eeni«' W-
h" I ■"ii- <'H 1m-! not i.-iih-l to e'tahl.sh h
1 ejii.tn:ki;i sii.i^,!!^ 11 it.t il... stcmnir
f('i(i'it(._s- v. i.ich it tit;s->,"-'-,.., „|,. i.iUi.-d
ei'<-r\-.vin-i ■■ v lic-i 'he-, In ••nii.e 1,'ime, U
is ;n 'C'ener.U ijs,-. 1:1 (-,!':.:<!.i, t ie> \>,'i-st
ii-d:"s_ .mil \n»ir«|iu -iv. ., p l.nii-".lK)Mi
iMi-di' fin* iiti.I tl..- ileniiin.l mr -,i c,n h
thnt    i!    is   ,1    l,nnr:l"   ftlii're-
.\ e<l'
e". e:
- lieu •
u- -,1
Mt>,s p...
my  own I"
Mi:-! r;
mil!'*    too,
St vie-
in  "
a! 1 cr
other   hipihts'   itt   quantity   i.s   on
mg.  an  ho-ir and (i half before luiich-
'•oi!  and  dii.iier,  and half an  hour before   retiring
I ■■<!'.•'ili'i   of   the   Coyote,
'■I-1 lu's' small eimnce for.life.
>'i noi'ii all oce.isions nnd hy
: 'i '-miiliy niothnd.-i. As the
■•-"s .".long the plains he
: v. ith his six Phooter. Tho
i!..m has a shotgun or rifle
'1 .1 convenient place await-
;*"e.'iran<*c- of a coyote near
hoiKo. 'The hunliir of more
1 '• never misses a shot at a
l.i'e therp :ire professionals
,:K- else but pursue it from
• end to another. Besides-,
e:'g:inb','.<l hunts inangurated
communities for both pleas-
':!i'i I'letit, when a largo scope of
i!i'''' '''intry i« swept clean and the coy-
|'(" f'.i'ui.' into the meshes of the hunt
''''■■ 'l.-iMti'lied jiiul their skins tanned
f"f nj'.-o .in,] doormats. Then animals
•'•'" I"ii.-.l v-jih poisoned meat. _ This
jr.i';!:,„i of destruction is not only used
•^ '•.:*> 1,men, h,it hy persons who
,J'..'i" a In-miess of hilling coyotes for
p I.,-;.,..
I ([;= :
! I*1-!! .;
••   -      11   ' '
tin' .',.'..
d:c...   ..
111' >    lie
(,::■-  y.
II cl'»' ;i-.
ill m.-;;. ,
i:.-' imiiI
A girl ii'*1.'
as a pi'.-sibi
gi>--;   to c 1 \e
r thinks <>." a \-'.ii."ng man
e husband i.'r.lil she be-
iiilil   ,vd\ ii e.
n>i   man   is  a-  succes* f'.i!  in   iiis flir-
hi'.ie'.i-  '.nth other women as his wife
INI.I gilK's.
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Sndi-
rjCSticn, -i-d hind;.' I ;i;;ino;i:«, tnla! wii>f;~
l,..f. :" t he heAhar: u".ihi:es of South Am-
etic-"-ii Ni'iiiie-' 'I lionai:; i iosUats. of Pur-
infi. Out . tei>L h.s pn aid.or'!. nd\ ice,
[,i:..>\-.i'd ij.iucl aais. and «jS cured pcr-
i.,,."e.'.i. v >u lie1 worst form of Nervous
pros, nilioii nnd Pv.spei'si:i lie I111 — a-
itaiitiu'i.ilcd it to otlu'i-s with cralifyini'
i. ■.-.■it.-     It's   a   )'ii'.iL   ncne   builder.—12
ing  to  help mo..   I con-mited  the best ' rivals as  follows:  United States, "13,
P'15; British Lsles,   lO.GGfi; continent;
21,0-JS.    Slaking a  total of <M,5'Jtf.
Jn 1901 these arii-.'als were recorded: United Stater-, I7',0S7; British
Isles, 11,810; continent, lb,:i52. Total, 49,1-19.
In 3 902 these arrived from the
United States, 2G.3SS; Br.itish Isles,
17,259; continent, 2:5,702. Total,
Tho total increase for 190'3 over
1902 is 57,279,. The increase from
the United States is 70 per cent.;
fi om-the British Isles, 140 percent.;
and from the continent 60 per cent.
The homestead entries show even 'a
greater average increase than the
total arrivals, the number for the
fiscal'year ending Jt.-.ne Uuth running
up to"r*>l;.M;h In 3.S9G the entries
numbered J.,So7. in 3S97 2.3S'l, in
J.'Ji*8 'i,84S,. in 1899. G/-R9, in 1900
7,'12o, in 1901 8,167, and in 1902
14-.033. The incroat-e in 1903 over
"1902  was  3 0.710	
11:o tan.i «.t I'romihc. ,t
I'ev. Canon Wtlch. of St. James'
Cathedral, Toronto, sp'eaking at tne
tii nnial Foreign Missions f-'eiuival
in London, Eng , on July ,2; thus
;-.] oke  ot   Canada
liero.he said,is a -lirgm lar.d oi vast
extent, awaiting  the settler,  millions
and   millions, of.iat   present   unbroken
prahie   will   in   lime   i-ustle   with gol-
i'den   grjin.       'i'liough   tlie   po[>iilation'
carcc,   the   movement  has
set  in, and  w;U continue until it has
peopled   tlie   broad   plains.    It  is  the
modern   land  of  promise,   and,    coni-
Hinard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc
-\ Jit lie girl, aged nine, called her
father to her bedside the other evening. "I'ann,"' said the little , diplomat, "i want, 10 ask your'advice."
"W.-ll. my dear.. *-hat i.s it about ?"
"What do \ 011 think it would be best
to gi\^  me on   my  hirthdav'?"
ig'fr-T<*WAft'yre',ta*Kfe«iMtk&jt-yBr^ i.f llll(llll<¥rr>iri-1-p.|p, |t|
is the toughest and best
leather ever tanned for
iriitts and gloves.   It is
boil and scorch Droof—
has no oil to draw cold or"
get stiff—is wind proof,
tear  proof,   wet proof,
is   always   soft,   dry,
warm.    Iron-like wear
—handsome appearance
—'economical.      None
genuine- unless stamped
<(Pinto''Shell   Cordovaii "   and   with   this' brand.
Sold by all leading' dealers iii   Manitoba,   N. W.
Territories and British
A baby's temper depends upon Jiow
he fe<'is. If ailiflg he will be cross,
woiry the moth'e;- and annov c.very-
bod\ ir'i the lious-: if feeling well lie 1 js as"'vet s
will be bright, active and happ,\. it
iS easy to keep >o'.ir babv leeling
good   by   profiling   by   the   e.\perieiice
of  mo thorn  who   give tlner-litt
Hahy.'s  Own    'Tablets
mothi-is.    Mts.     t
ton,   flat  .     s.i\ s .     "Our   child
-     . 1    pUIillg       IL «J.I1        v    I
.'IK.   '  One  of   these, quo,od;    "A   ],lt:d  wi
\\.   Shore.   Castle-, eat    b,-cad    Vi-ithoi.t
remedies  v. it hoist
i\>r .! bov 01 Hab\
tried olhei
beneiit. 1 th'-p. sent
s   Own   Tablets   and
-\.» -"'-.'■. 01 s
j)!-!*]'''' I .*>       Ut
(1(1(1    Uljll
pi.i'.'C    th(-
A t hint ic
tola:   w o; til   of
City   a;   y.V'.-
Minard's LlaioKiri Bcilsres Kcarslda.
iv< .-tie a Willi tug to tho
hat a less r-'ckle .-> defoi-esi m^r
ecoine absoliiiely iiiiper.i t H e
forest t i"..!'!i-i'..,s .'. 1 e not onl\
e i'. t It.in those of S.seden. but c'.en
,"-s i ha.'i, iliose of .V.'stria-lfimgnry
1 m 1   of   the   I'mti'd   St.-ites.
°'*,,-s. paring   it     wi'.h    Canaan   01   old,   be
wherein thou shall
irccne.'-s,   thou
shalt not  Inck anything in  it; aland
months old has   ahva>s lx-en'   1 roubled ■ whof,c s.f,-.,..-:     are    iivnanuotst    'of
With   iiidigeMion.       We   had   medicme j wlu>so hiuh  -.hmi   mayest  dig  brass."
fiom   two     doct-ors   and     tried   olhei ! yc?i   a  la,ul  of   nromise,   indeed,  and
in it lay the giv.it . opportunity of
ihe Church, such an opportunity as
found them .m.st what was riMmred j ,)ad poVe(. bo(.:i .vul a.- v-0uld never
Tin: child is now all light and I.s do- . ro:.ur_ TwcuU-mo tlioi-sand Immi-
i.ig  well. 1 r,j.allts were iiourine in  each month—
Ii.digestion.       colic.       constipation.. j>n .•;.,,_  kc*cou.ll(  Americans  and   for-
fliarrlioen.   simple   fevers,   in   fact   a!1
l.lrim-nr^m.wr-*-n   ■     1 m ,     |   fmrrn ■M~IWMIH  \m
the minor ailments of little ones are
cured h\ Habj's (>wi\ Tablets. The.v
always do mvnl arid cannot possrhlv
ilo luu-m. and ::i;iv l;e given to the
youngi«.it infant with perfect .safet\.
Sold l>v druggi-ts or disect bv mail,
it 2.1c a box b> i.ihlnss-ing the Dr
Williams yiedictne Co , Prockville,
■■':. 1..,
tl .r.
).il 1
tu!   ..
o .
T(>t>noeo   For  Wlvei.
"' early history of Virginia nnd
■ml tohacco was by all odds the
■■!"-i'.iiit 1 rop. and it w.t-? even
■•'• limes to secure n wife in ox-
' bu- a mod"rale amount of to-
■' "> in hi let- days In the we-d a
",v '-'iild 1st' obtained in exchange
1 ■*'>>•■ iil amount of wlilsky. In 17.')2
1 .down tobacco was made a le-
■' :' f'>r .'til di'blM, including cms-
''• nl'mst 11 dozen yours after the
-' f|f .I.'inioslown by Captain
:'':'!l an Knglish nobleman. Sir
:"'i.uiys. brought over with a
',! ''f supplifii ninety young Kng-
"I*"' who iintii'Hliaiely upon their
" <'re wooed and married by the
: • ":ich being paid wr at the
"l-(l pounds of good tobacco."
ftemovps nil hnrd. soft or calloused
rump-1 nnd l.lonus-hfa from horses, tdond
ipiwin. curbs, a[)hi:ts, nngliono, swouiiey,
itifle.'!, sprnins; circs seie ;iti(l swoollo.l
thront. coughs, etc. S.ivo S50 l>y the
iso of one I10UI0. Wnrr.intod tho most
wonderful IHemlsh Cure ovor known.
Sold   hy  nil   drURiciuts.
I'or     sell e.m mi;
purp' >scs   ii"i Ii 11 1:
iter      lor   be thing
lie: tor  t Iui ii  oat-
s.",a|l    (pi.i-iiitv    m    a
muslin    bag.    pl.-id'    111
1   mi'i'i I'    oi    t wi.. 1 lii'ii
In Kiating. China, a man was recently execuied by being nailed to a
wooden cross. lie lived three days
beioie  he  .succumbed   to  his   tortures.
I an-buoy Soap — disinfectant — i-s
st rough lecomnu-nded by the medical
profession as a safeguard against infectious  diseases.
.   \n     orphan     as>bun     :i'(     Moscow,
w hit h   was" loniub d   b>   Catherine   11
is   <.'ippo:*ted   by   a"   tax     on   playiiig-
i!';d   („   ic,M.p   ,M1   n„iniJ!iff.
, '"' ''''ii'idi'in Magazine has a story
;,1"i,:1'."!J "•' 'i building reputed to bo
ki; n^"':t .west of Chicago. Tho pro-
jn ^ b'uiul some need of outside' help
•[.'.1( "":li,,'"ig ' Id's expenses and even*
'„'fl.V!1:v ,is'',l '<) exchange chocks with
,,t   ""   -0. p.'iy his building expenses.
fi-i,,.'1   r'"S 1Yi'MKl  *'>■•  <i*"«l  of   Ihose
,1]ii,i;;"'11"^ and said; "Major, I've had
lliat"'/', !,,.-v,MIP-.^x-cks.     You've  got
Wliy ,^i;.'!""';   !,i"1>. plough   already.
f,'i(i In ,
.vou roof |( ir,V" "I can't nC-
l;!,|';!L 11|(: roof, on," said tho ma-
,. ",l1 S"t\ 1 ha-
b.T  c
To   1<'''i,'i,■"''<•,   «'"   <'»«   Ilonrlli.
""■;,l'".v .cri.'kots place it little gin
'■•'"••liiil in
tvo  contracted to
it; litiitcriiil   when  I   get It
^ it
;i •'iiiiceron  the  hoarlh
Tlli^ will attract tho erick-
1 "i'l die after having pnr-
THKV Alii: A   P<i\M'ttlTI. XKiivivr
1H -,[H'|" i.->      i'mus.'s     tlt'riiiiiioiiii-lil      <d     ' ■"'
■l--I-\ O'.IS     sl-vtiMil       Jll.ll IH'lVOlls dftilllM
en,,, t.iif'iidi'ird is 'htliuill lo ilc.d »i'i
'I'l'ei-,' air i.isinv tesli:ni)iii.i!' "' ' <* ' h'1
i'ilnr.i'\ "I I'.o-nielt i's Xi'iiel'ilile Pill- in
ii-i'.ificir '-!'i'' ib.orih'i. s|ii)-.\ iinr ihu ''""'
iiei'i"' fan if luoduic enod i-esiips ii\
L.,t 11,« 1 i,.[.ei tone to the dim'sio.' 01-
„,,i,i I Is. V le-liue ' collllll'i'linil to tlie
l,,':'i e   ' i'Ii 11 ' s
N'o   person   is   so   punctual   w nen
r'omen     lo   lo'oping'  appointments
lei!   c il lector*-:
Mfoard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
\o man <'^<-r sees a prctt v married
woman without feeling just the least
hi!   1 n-v 1,his   of  her  husband.
7>1 E. 1*1 f>t-.' -s't!,•' 1'v,r"« **pU *" l*tL
rin   t)   J.'KKKPAIJ. CO..
1 h'.v. tIS,-.i y.«ir Rp«**Ji> .Cn-T ,*?,*]
:dvvaj-8(;lv.?iu.-'.o:'.«" '.'.■'I'
ll 'isn't   what- a   man does/t  possess
uiakes     him    poor, 'but rather
lie  wauls.
ItiUo hiivi:ur."or J. ui   .1 ->i -1.';'       .   (.,,i(,,..., „,
It„on ai..«ui«lv nl,:,i,!nr':mcii^orS-^^ H , 1.1UO       —        —/
fii ^."^Slr:^^ operations   in   wl
-„V^&TC^^^ I Soap cannot   be   use
.   ..< .1,.     1   '1 • '1 ■ 1 liirar.      tti «• w*^*
1!'.. 8. 1. K£
-.- r: •« .-sua"na&w *
There    are    very  few    cleans-
hich   Sunlight
seel  to  advant-'
! jpje.    It   makes   the  home   bright
I iuni clean- in
i eig'-ers—-were tlase to bo left to
I ihein.-elves, or was it not the plain
duly of the Anglican Church in Cancel a lo gather tlinu into'her fold?
"And 'now," he concluded, "I" am
not asking for financial' help. It is
men that We want; Fnglishmen, not
to preach to Canadians, but. to minister lo the Enghsh settlers of this
gem-ration until I hey and their children shall become1 absorbed in the
Canadian    nationality It  is   these
1 eoj'Ie, h-aiing English shores, who
will make Canada the granary of the
Empiic; let. us not bo backwai d in
tondcring them the bread of life."
irovr <Iie Orient Gct.i lis Flonr.
'"Two women shall be grinding at the
mill." In tho east tho day's supply of
meal is ground each morning by two
women, who sit opposite each other on
a large, clean cloth, "with the small
millstones between them, They push
the upper stone around and around by
moans of a stick standing upright in a
hole in one side, both women holding
it.   They usually sing iis they grind
To  K.i <eli,
Knippo—YVhy did Johnson hire all
such portly people for his servants?
Tiic'iuo—IIc says that his wife insisted upon having Iheni like that, so they
would match her now heavy dining
room furniture.—Syracuse Herald.
Uns   III.h  Limit.
Do Tannue--(!uzzler is a pretty
steady drinker, isn't he?
O'Soque—Yes, up to a certain point,
and then he becomes unsteady.—Philadelphia Kecorth	
FUlIr**? an .4citing: Volii.
Kuriotis—Why   did   he   insist   upon
posing with his hands in his' pockets'?'
■ ' Yiktih'i—Because, as I  found out Inter, he had nothing eiso to nut.in them.
Arliticinl   Teeth.
Artificial teeth, are more generally
use:! than ever. Dentists increase In
all parts of the country and they cater
for all classes of society. The whitest
teeth are used for actresses and others
of the theatrical profession,
Chinese   Doctors.
Chinese doctors nre not such charlatans ns they are reputed to be. The
Gazette Medicaid of Van's says (hat
they have a remarkable gift of diagnosis and often cure where jUuropcun
doctors have failed. Il
for wea^' comfort, and
convenience.     Built'to
keep out cold and  keep
warmth, in.   Made for tlie
Hardest, roughest kind of
wear.    Lined witli lambskin with, tlie wool on and
with Mackinaw Woolen-—
made of Duck, Corduroy
or Leather.   Leather j a'ck-
ets  made  reversible.
Wide collars, imrippable
seams, strong pockets.
Every  garment  branded  with   this  brand.
Soldby all leading dealers in Manitoba, N. W.
Territories and British
■ay  iHLRiitanjg C^©.'
i i
And TIOT MISCl i'l
well      as    wi.ole-o.i'
bread,   will f,!v, .0, ;,
when   \-iru   do   vour   I
foi-       S'lpper,    t's
iii'i!   iiiit ritioiN
'   \ Oli V   e IIO'I   1 '11 I,,
living   w.th   tlgil-
vie s   h loir.    It is   Ihe   acme   of  (;:ab
ity—nir.de   fiom the    choi.-e.-,t     wheat.
wild   ground   by tlie   very   latest   process.
«J£5E   OQii S_"V SEl'S   MUWGAR5AM   AND
OG-JL.V5 El'S       C5 a_ ST E\S CD E=2 ^2i.       PATENT
"I"!-, o   Opri!v:e   Flour  TVS i t ? ej  do.,   Limited.
Though   it   is  said   that  speech   was
given   men   t'o   enable   them   to     conceal  their  thoughts,   it  seems   to havf*.
been   a   needless  precaution   in   many.
cases.;     '
A carpet ii.ilu.-'t r.\ was s'arted ;t
few, years ago' in a poor district in
Donegal, . mill commencing, will;, a
dozen .women workers, 15. has grown
to- such   an  ex "Oi it    that.'it   now.  funis
employment  for several 'hundred   pee-  , :    ,
pie. The cari'el:-; are ha iid-made. _ al- j ,A,,, n -r^ .,,,.j,;., R ACTION .-Para-elee'*
tor Cue Turkish and rarisiau fasiison, | VeireifiPie Pills ire very mild in their■«.(•-
in   .Mosaics   of   small   wooden   sipiarcs. |-tion.    'I'hey   do   net    cause   irrii'inu   in   the,
  j t;l ^.'iiii-.ch   or   cim.se   d 1st tir'nances   tnere   u^
trn is.iiny tails du. Therei'iire. tlie' inosl
fi'.'lii'ti.tn can U'.ke tliein without, fear nf'
'.imi.ciisM nt re.'-ntlts. 'I'lu'v cun. too. I"*
;'., I a liniy ( ec.'.i to' rhildron. without inu'os-..
too J iinr lli>' I'enultie.s- whicii foi low the use of
I [Tills   not.   so   ea refill ly   prepaied.    j
T_!-ie    OPQ  of Dr.   Ac-new's  Livor
after   dinner.    It   will ..pronioto   digestion
•ind   oveiTonio   any    evil". elTects
hearty  eatir.g.    Safe,   prompt  active.pain-,
imd    plensiMit.    't'his' effective     bttld,
pill   is   suppliintiiig
tlnj . old     .school
purn-ulives.    4 0   doses,   10c—13.
Ciambling   among      American   workmen   is   almost, unknown  as compared
with   the.same  evil   in   (I real. ■. ih'.ilain
iSilVH   ille   Moselv   i,,«',!|iliiiSSi'i.'mel'S
Since the formation 01" tlie Ccrman
i'mpire its ]iopuhition has increased
17.V.00.UC0. On duly 1. I'dO.T it was
esl iii ia' eel. a t ;"iS.'~),-l V >. f > < 11 >—an increase
ui   1.-10   per cent,   in  a year.
W.   r\3.   *U- P*.«-».    <S+f4.~7.
^'■'^i^a^^'^^_J1??_33SSS^^ �� m -�������. wi ��iiii.h��..ii �����. j, aa  ,;�����:���-  r TUB   MOW*1   ^PADOU   ':        l:t <""<::-'" "-���������~"    i"l:: "' "       "  ������^;':tflC"''<tt"y..Lto^>X'MlJflJ_3     ?     -'i:-.   J-tidof  John   We.Iey   that he f Wf\\ TO      C<  V>:-i't>l.;;l^ �� ���������t ���.���-..'���...-���  _������.-���   t;-inr! v-**" a-t       .>.  >*,"_",">^'*','_"'","_:A\_!/*?'^^  }*-j-��-l..��r��a^fr*ii'  hC."  . I .  "   r.  ::   a_u  ���/���>>��� ���-  ������r���J,1  ��� ' )  h.v!  !        t    VO-J      ',;,.��,   '  mes.'uc};....>I    ..-{.)   <���_��� \,.j:npbcll  Etrect,  ;cites-or- ���itir_<;"irt'T;  1 -'n1-- To   ',)-.    1 r e {_,  iii  grip    lb_c   'i.j,.i! <-i-,h'U Hi);-   '.-ndency ,'  ��� y 'if.o'n ,er��� /  ..oid-i   and 1     street  P-esi<_ei:t;a:    lets- i;.*i   Tavbto;*;  _._, .jh ���  _ r i '   ,\/'.|.^'.*./'-A'>l''/��''/r'^r'yT'yr'^.^,>J,,>'. _��    ^n.  ���RS "BE IE ��� \\\i-^*.->*t^_*��;��__��-^cK--��i>-��_ii>.��3_��-rintt-^_��-��^  IMllflb LtiUM-i tJlllUHi $��� ml ^^y * ������      '  ho. _*_.. a. ii, T7.  ; l ine. Wentworth  :..,,-;..:.- i:k...c).c..-.:..iI1,v���-.v       jjjjj " ,-'���'.." :  ".:'���:���:'J j;:::::";'.'"',;:;'":" / * opera house :     .obambbook  ���'     1-.:.-.:,:.*,���  s't-'V-.f,'"'- :"; ^'-'>:  ;  ���;-:(;;;|-:S<;a|'  ;,...'*.,.   k.-.' Ivxj ^_ ,5. ���    >..' Ll   l  .   je..,-.,     Ii.'i7,>,.  I. l.i.,jiu ^' ,1 1   ' .i - .  It  j., r,t j'i;;i(i']jjj    ,  in-! (L.-u :��� i., ;,', m ,..-i :-,r, i .  F ���,  ������ .a 1 ,  .J, J.;; *  , ���.-.  in l.'Kt' ;  ITcugo aral lot on Victoria _f;-eeL  House and   let  on   L.tlic Shore  ���||f:  ;. , rf  ��� H/:-  *���:-  v-T'S?*";".  ���/   .':PI-'  i-..  ,^;/  ���'���i'.-:i'-i.''i;-:.  ���'���   rV-i;:  !>���/  ���p-  -iui;  ;"-';;-'fl!e'-"ii_fV:'^:Rjghtfticr;V-^yvi.^'^^ds*out j fc  ' ;2,!>o��v -aid' ..:-"N'oi.h��.��;;n;''^^ '.i.:    ^  :r.aiv in&ke: moiiey vwiiJiout-au'veftish.n-'-' a^*  ,'-.: TlriSeis,'whyvShifistGhe;'-is rememberer;.  -' is the Granitoid Mm:'ri /J "'-H'- ^:���  i     avenue.  .iJuphii'^v    Mod:  'i '','���!   ����� r Hf    !' ��*      ���!      V fi 1  Blroat. ������ ���      ;^f^#^  Good dairy busiiipsj near iown.     ; '^1?^'0-ii^:_?;*'  Jlining stock,  ,  FOB RENT.  ?..ee;.. ;.' tiic -��� O. (... /. i.ail 1 very  '   vi.,:,���i'i.thri,. ..v\.o.d'��iti- 1 �� OPEKA SOUSE  j     vile::  to   tut-..:    t.::.-., 'r^.t:^...     j �����> JJJ  Jr. '. s��lt. .       ;.f .! "j^-c.j.j i|) coHri.EorioN.  f Itck. Lh'C v. 1 //';w  fo^_-^_^yr-_J__.Jt___._&0__^_^^_r_-__.c_a_ja-_x-w,���E_r���r-^-w'M_ J /'/i\\      ' ,  ic,3ria �����'"-"'��� lo.o:J7" \ 1    '  1 <���- "^���:>��� -t__l_i   <4.._^-*1_!> ���<��*�����*i_�����^L'3J  11 v:^;?S:';:��i.->5_->��^--V_-,,*k  . Jieetwcvery Monday pvening in   their !  RANBROOS:  A   Modern, Hotel  In a Modem Towi;  %  "W-I.Iev  I.o Igs  i:o.  , Kollins & X)ickto;ca, 4  I'ro.irlotoiH. tf|)i  hi ���i���   ��� T-i~m "���ti   I���nil ��������� ��� ���     i    _ .. * *~       ���*     v    *  ���___'"��'T5ii_-:.  '"^v;v-IT;.iS:-A%-':;bvEit;!;;:r';:(:-'  .-,,..���...,..-,..,/.-.:������.*'. .   . v.--.    ,.:^oxv thafc ih'e;;'campaign/.'io;''',enc1aci,  \^':.^^^0^^l-,'::^}y: AVera'gs'.i.'in'in . wili/fnl-n'vhis /atten- I  ;':';.'i0tf$$<t!$W- i;',-..I'-J'.^-f!,-v'^P'--.!?-?-VaH3.jig-.'^ip-i^.sTdjfTe^'O'ijc.es'.:h *id '  ��� -vl3B^IHi;^l,:!,'; '':^j -', ��� il^^P'.M'��V 'S9*"es';-,': n-du'cotlf..by/ :; -;  ;;::.'. "||;s;ilufep/-;.^;,;-l^/ ,''-With'  ,.1113 1  \:y.:/:;i|^^^^^i;:v:;':;-heiiShbtJre-,''/f'Tliovn^Tchirit- -and��� ��� 'y\ ho j  <-.^-..-:-^'i||^f^;;^;ci'v{'0 :-��^[\:\..--;,':'i'?[i">'.eoL'iiyT_iip"..>;^i]'I-eia.Gl> .szf��_.il^y;' l2isj,-;'.oii'*3ra_-_-3 ���  ".^:/:^i?i^|!^!::/'lv,,' :���' P3Pei": win:%3cond:''fro;i-^!fB ���-iigoni^ine j ����i��CTra  Office rooms and living appart-  aient-j on Victoria street.  ^-v\._cj.'Cj3_fj^ Ii. /jJiJ.iio ^ j ixotifios for ront  Odd fellows corc'iailv invited. i   J-W '^^-^^* i^^^^.^^-.^-?.^,vsr^  C. A. Foom, F. J.' Smyth,  Xoble GrMid. ���>     "���    Snp.r'v.    i  beer v.-     |   r^i  i. H.\'  #,   .���   tX'  B. C  l^#:l@^i;S:'//;' !.Ivy'rv.ta'.df-;.'_tb'.p��'dip, jj 't.lTo":t.6te "of ,\Vii"ri)ii.vr | ���*>       y ^  lliflSlii;|l|: t';��:,ti'pon tliet-. verge: "of;' .u"l ler-.'/ttciit-r,utilioi ���, j  wo do a general eomr.��is_iu0   j Moyie Board of Trade ;' tv  Farrell S Smyth,   I   j0^>"*-"ii'''"��'����=rt   ! |  Bo:c 35.  SIiop____^^-  ������:.-"���-.'. ,". *il$Mo'^ ',7 Y>fl      V\^t."h       T^OmoII"  ���������*���''    v/./W;iiJl/.t:*?-;-:.iii;. /    ���/���'/..' :'.-...-���..���'������.-:' *-.-'''..   . .- "' _OX_,  ._      J~J_.._I_._.        .-JO UiiiUj  '���"--i���'���;.!^-fe;y��J^!;^v-iV-M^.j'''^g'"���..';:.-:--:-i^:����� x3^.e!"'VVs"*i"ati"ftiiEt,o-riiijj'.;.'tVi'��.-iri"lei*p".Gts o)  ; -?'';f|:lMifS^ >l|^ne> t T�� ^U*^ Building.  -S?IISB^5|SS?S^^^ M0mov,!; :wii) | open Wendnesdays  -/.''.;,.- ������ 'iK^^SiS'?'-^: '-"iVJ?1../ .��� :.V-;.,.i:;iJ'- v.^-isli ct^y b.;-.Ii i's -/3ei:;o tipr. ��� to. ���.-/h'i's'.'-.i'eo ii i j - ^r ^      -,  -j    ,_        -  .*���"->'���;.; :j��'3��,j^^S^-"^^. ^:;,-"^-r^'':V-".:*d.'lij*^-- j_?^^"i*%.-so.0V_t^*b_r"o *_?.>'-^ i_v-:?*.-. tii-n i a-rlQ!- ^a'r_.urcLay  ^-^-.^.'^il^pif^i^yi .'''^liiiVtqri'tlkVbr^ig^nei^bbore W. Et. Stone, Prop  ::;���/.!/:,:^|jjggp|/;.| /gg/Mnnv brotlier.///:/',/ V.;-; ://..'/,,.//':./,/>;/:../':���  ''/���!;'"f^lilfl]i|f[/i^':''---^^  /y^'^-'^p|^^^i^"f-'0''.'X^-P^^ICJ! 9;;P^"i'^'^nc��' ifS tff-;^;; r^iiririi ,?:Nui j_i: :^i'ro  : IflpIfeir^I ;/:".".":J-.1 ll"?���*"!'? K<f.''l'f72'i1?R"Pff/*?^'*"''.^.^.9.��-li 3?-:-v\s torh  '^B��^i>^iB;Xv.'il 1:breali..:::,viVis bect^rierid/y-"will ��� di_  "'"J"J  -m..-��.ii ' ��.i����^< _<. t  $Sts S^cosite'-^  -tioets on tlj0i?rst,'vVcdnC',.-:l',..y  Ovvning of each    month  at  iS o'clock -ili'-i-p   in L'no court  hoa-e/' ,'  Jam'k-: C'ROinx, JTon. l'ros.  ���HOYn*;, ]?. C.| a. ?. M/.cnoxAhD, Pres. i   ^  P. P. JoiixsroN, <    ���' ' K. Oa-ji'ijelk,  Vioo-1'rco. fjoc'y.  i  g^aaiij^.^.*--'��;__^iJPjm'S-_KaMjW^^ J      Lyi  3i  uffene  OH Aw.-P. CAMPBELL, |  Undertaker . i  and i i  Embalmer  v:^/v/^!gi|l||;;ti|:// j       ^nuai_3i8i?.  /W'���|||Jif|''||:/:/.^ i     Con:ns, ^oskefs, sLioud-, of n:] Gi���t,  'b;^>:::i|S|iS|il5{S^i/^rip?s;.^LL:;^^"^it:l^^��� ^a^Sh-t-S/:-He^^vit 1 j iml _t;-l_o onstjintlvkeul i- ftosl:."  :\;:>:-||l|ii||||r| '.;iy<j;." q^i"se<1 -;,:f^^:'^/'/-fpo'l;,:._tixti;/-pyillecL'/^ |     (\Tcc oy?r Impc:ial  I3anl;  of  (Ja:v  ^���-?'V:|'pil|y!|^i:;|# I ad.:..    Tel?_,iapli and  nir.if ordoia   re-  :'^,'"';���"-'''^i'^|?-5^^;-^.-;H^.../���.':';'-^?3Vp?-F'.'"���"'"VP.":-^^���^iE?1-*^',^��� -.^.^���?^.^--t-^-.sr-n.pties'.--���-v/il 1 I cci.e tr.oinnl  -.it'enho::.    l^pen   night  :^lfllll^ da;-.    Tlionc j:,  --" '.i?|fSIi1|'- ^���������^���'-y;-V-^? Xm>:\:,h^hf}iixi ������editor l ^'^,hvtoqz.: 3. o.  VTi-ctit:;(;-> oi.-:; Ad ,51.;?;��./���!.' ,���  -/,: '^?2W/-g':|fi1/:f'/  "���  ::/Vi^|^^|^|si^{|r:-/���:::''.. :^^c^''r-:;ip e^-^^ill" /l.;e - /11^ Ce r;es CecJ \: ;| n  v.'-'ft-S^^  Cures.Pain Instantly  in any part; of body.  o  Without taking a drop of  medicine. All the superficial  pains arc relieved without the ���  ! " big rislr oi taking dangerous  dmes into the- system. Tts  work   is    pimply   :nai-.''elouo.  Price, $2.00.  CHRISTIAN      NIELSEN      Agent  '   , ���   noriE, r>. c.  o  ^ -or*  *C��  wi  Harvey   &   Mq Garter,  I'OIIT STHEbLMbO  Harroy, ."HcCcrtcr * lfinlch.ini,  KEVELCTOin:, IJ. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. F. GURD9c  c  KAKRISTKI*, EOtlCITO-l,   t-'rC-  CEANBEOOK. 4 B. C  wow>gi***i-r****^yj_-r*��ajLL^^       ���������i-*-.rMJUgx**fa  * ^^���^s^*-_rcyx*T_^_^c*_cr:  xsrr_zTajr ^.-.a-t:^  0. F. DE3AULNIEJI   <  J1EAIER   Ii:  ���DB, E. E.'KINGK  X> _HS_Cg"fiS?JX3.!l?.  feW.A. Pvest,     jlfOI  __��� _��,  Cranbrook,  ���w*��� 'JJ*J*tf'W-w<._wfjh>j_r-_vr3  B,  C.  The .afoat buy of tl-.o Bsasou, and you ' will double your  money in three months. The company have 12 claims,  which surround the St. Eugono mine-'-.(1:3 largo^t aiJvc-r-  :ead mina on tho Amo-rica.:. 'continent. '  sury Slock Is few Sellin  wiiiS  srBr  Pht'tofrranher  VilUff    i   H^A/  PPin!Geors?eH. Thompson  81BSI;.- ,-���    ..:'tv.-f;W'��^.��"v'vS-{.'J Vi:'   ..v.-''...'.--'-- - . ���-���'��������� -.������.-~-'-'--       ���.���:���',"���-;.   -  .'���-.'-<:���-. ������(������-���.���.-���.������. ���...'"/     '  S_^_!;:::'.r-.'.:.::''tiH#?l.-t^-.S-S&'^-'-"'���--rf**?-^"sr-.giyP^:'tll'e'.;aver'-lge''���-.pi;ice":;.:.;"bfv"*n:lc I Cr.ii.iaol:       .foyle,     U'oT-t Steele.  H ^^���::;lllllll��:;::-^ar/'i:;^^ .'::;d..'  ::/||-||||||||.i:|| i/Li;ear  ^.J'nSl^M^^SO': -H  ���.,.--���*.;���..._-S-.:^,W_-?!l,ii>:-jf-J:J . f- . -     ������'.������-��� ���-���'���  ^i��-.,,^.to.fS*/(i!l��fe i./:fi /i;;f OOle-vii::',:-  v';,:���' ���' t;-tf!e- ij>'vi,"' ���--"- ���     -i-OUi . ... ; .  ./��� ,.l'-l��/-,!:'.l/,-'s.;., :���.;.-'��� .    1005 .   .   .  ;'.  .....��-w.....--A��E.^ii/_^l'X'^.?'i.:. ;   '  l;'-fW/|I|:-rv:iSS^';  '.' ������;,l'-��!-"',.j':;*'.'!i-,'?'; ";"  /���K4*J,C/Kr ;  :;vs-:/3��So:  'Ut). . . . ���  :-is  "1887'X*;,  TQQQ '  ' ^'^Sj'I'M^/^ '���"'''ffiart'..- ; ":  /|fi#|B:|^'lS9i:,:.;,:,,  :J^li^'--.^'--,.aq9'���''��������� ���'������'"  '^l-SS^^r-v^'-; ISCja- :'.���"���. -  ���SiX'-i-.-i't-.-iV-  '���:.,':: ,: 0(> 4     !        '  !i;!#:!p.,r'.i8<)5'. ..'c  ���;v^|:^3;;..^9a.:v;r  ;d. ���'  :;::ie;::;:::';:u:.;/.::',0| fJET vor7__  ���'J j    ';  V'    ��� 7,   ,���.'  .'o I  :i^''v ���-il ^ ;o.I ^eE��tables,  ���ji.^-^j&JFruit, Tea. Coffee,  1X    1''' ��� 0! s^ov'eP^P^s an-ci  oi Tinware at  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queeiis'cA'vrG.      MOYIE  B..KRI3TKK, SOblClTCr.,   2��.'o   j     _"*'  tary Pl"3Lic, JLc  *i<  *?>'   For Partlcr.laro app!y ti  _S   ��� . ' '    '  Solicitor for the Imperial  Bank of Canada.  a  FARRELL. & SSYTH,  (>    "I   b'   BOX 35  'i COSMOPOLITAN  j CRANBROOK.       Dmnsn Columbia.  :ov:i:'_ ia^..>:xc xiozei.  ! isi  j   tu-T^Tw^_'*=_��-r_-_3rT*=��-  S.tR_.������W_H-1<t  .12  IJ___B=��  IS  ���J2.  .l(i  ������ a  1.'  0/  .'.H\  -1 - j ������*-  .17  ".IS '.'������:   /  3"  . 0     10  ^';ti  ]?M*:^f.::':::T&-:'9.:  fi/,^��/.,Sl-/:r t9u0  s-^.ii--;- ������'," '-i        ���:  y;l  b  o.  Id:  18'  ,   _���'���  ���:0  .1  10;  vlG.  ���' . '1   .r  ':'"G'!  o| --  !^^  ^  &  j Our aim is to pleacs patrons  Good   draft and  bottled  b.&cr  nhv'.yf. on luitid  IllOlBi  iiOYlE. D. (     ;��  ^^SS^"*?^ii_**_?!g��^^ T..��-.t.-. .., i-��... .,1.1 ,iii.J..,',<M���i_.,J,..irv  I    ^K*^S_tiE2S_^_i!2RS5S^^  : B SPKOANE,. OCTOBER   5th to  13th. I  A  W. !1   F. lRO.SBV,  Propricto;  Jl^^    j<7���^    '"sr-'   _rT��^.   >_3 __rt_     ./������-SB-"-.    *^rv ���^���>- fc J  1 8'-   The bp-t of j'acenrnmr-dation.- '    ^  fENVH   AN'.VfAb  0  a  MOEE THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS.  1 �� d  I   1?  o osop .-I ij   Qonve 221. i  '-���-, ���  JOSEPH K!KDEPSTAUT.P,o,. I   P* ^ McMall0n>   ^&-  for.tho iraveiing Pubiic.     j | Greatest Attractions   Biggest   Amusement I  1  - :v-��=>o=-i���...  ��� ��/! I.S'  f;:-;i'���  lll/l;lf^;::--  ���*#��::;i!i  '?I??-H:if/  ���.���.i!'f':i��;'".  :.".; /.,; . . , ,l:f' ,!.  ���'������ ��� ���, :.'V. X.���:������' ' :/10.  ���'���;U ] _-:'J .jc-fj and J;, y 1\mo:u ��_ '/ntl^csi-'  .{���'���Jo'l !-y t:.o ,-.:v.ij, ���i fe., ,J,,-(lM!j Xo] P;1 j  .0 I B C. > !i ii'iiii.'M,i! .',j_, ii" iu(,,-.s ���  ;.jj/o   t__3   1   !_)'_!  ;*.        [j .c I'.l.-i j.    and!  i'eatures Ever Secured  '.���T.V smcir -iifow,   Etn'iT faii:   [!  Tfli  "-"t     '      r  :: ,':i\ieiy  W  sti'.i.-i"fii''i!'.'!-h:i.  ^-tf ye.-.r'i.n-j  ' U e.l,/'.    ( _ fi'j    ri  ''','.   j ;  .'fnei'i.     1' >rr    '     J' .'su1       ��� !* ^    "  '/�����.. ';j Jt:i] (,!"��� '..IK-        ,��>e   i..^,',*,'.    ,<   j.   v  .<' 1_i 'lei ;    *'i ' "     1 1 ' j 11       >ii-        "I  -��� __. ��_^���.��_, ?.__.�� __��� ji_si  i-.' ...'<"[: J i:om .'.i...  ' J1..     ->;wt\   ���      ������=��� ..  _, ..... il'Oli    FINE   TAIJ.OIL1VG   00    '.V !   :-1   AGj'f(;l'u"r^i^'*  .IHiTe','   STO(':r -MfOW,  ' Ki: ['1'i  ���-"J .���        .       ��^^_.������ ���!    ^ Mr^J.NU   DEl'AJJTMKNT.    FIXE A If 1'-^ T>IHI\1_.U  (^ Ei'G-HT BAYS RAOIJffGr.  5*-' s, ;kc ^tn ^n ejj�� *_i  fee rsu  q ^!jf !: L  ME"ROHA>T'.C   TAILOR  l^uif     '-''i;!m'  T: on-;"iv     I  I-'., ..,,-,.  {^    OVj.'f, '������:���, IW)J*-!->*   Ti.VTi'.'REJj,  "' :^I0,OOO TN PTJKSES.  bk; event each day  o  ?;  **!  ..'   I  1    , 1  %:���'���:!r'. ?hs!' '.(/:.���<-,r  . il/I;ii.-. ���!���- ",.'   "; . :;Vl  I  Jrj    ��>ov/ii 'i'ov/n   Street Ciin.ival   Every   Ni-iu,  Vaud-jvillo   fSpociaili^   k  i     '-j' <*-'���   !-:,;li Ci,lt'-J   1' IO-I-   i-'.-.ll urr-   . ��*���  '     ��� ��� - ' ^  ���*^v-.-'tii*v-*��-*---.^r''ritn*e������_����� ���.-.���.<����-..-  . i.:>> '.V-?; ?;':i.Ur .:-'P.k:  ���U!^'-l!-;^  ^^^v;'by;thv.' i^ ������'."������    ","���':   i;:'"    "fi:      ^'r-'-^ifrO  .*vJ'<.. go;;o";/ ..iifia^/ .ifjje' yau-.-'Tl'/l ���- '''    !-'i._ii ����� il.if    JilJI      .]�����{, ji.^i) _  ^'"OliTTiiilTTl  'JL'ii(ld:f.Uu;(  f.i'r cjicus.'Octo'bfcr 5' aiiil./.-cloi-iO- ot: t:;e  ���'l-j'iii. '  'j\h'.:n> w ii! be proflpe.-ily on   a)\'\  >!d. >', ���i;:''j'i;v(-j'}'bofiv vviii^t , ..-a  :.'''���''.������'i'A.Ii/iOvV   .t-A'/ii''!,  p.  cv- il%3 Alplr ?.f> ///'>r%  ^.',  T    I'Orrl .",-..     -.������,���'���-,,   .V  "-.:;'     g Wl,,,"sill,,ll,r;,|1'',i'<��S'"       ^I.U'i.iil'itiir.iuniJ.i... |i  ',vli'.;  ',;"./   b./e.i -i;,    S;;.ii,m,e  ':''';. ' ���'- 1   '-i   !'���!���..!'   ;���.. t .v>.-!;':'n<  ,���11' \   ui   1.hi.':   U!i Vi, .'j"���   j::.j r..'.    -  '���'^vtiT'ii  -���->*��.  >:���'* Oofnpiei'O'  (r:(i      '..0"iT,UC?et ' ,''��� at-  e?��v>>     .' ��� ��� o a  ���",���.. A!:^;,,'1,:ibIi:^���'��� '���; :������ .. [.' i</j:>.;:;:;, ,/ur, nil-1,-,;,  (,ii;.iinl'i;riain':i Cou-h X;p;tu;(iy iiii:v,i U--,_ ;;a_ |j:,,-t,��� ,;,.,  vol;-." arid  ren*o.riviA-]e. reco/d/- j< liui'b<j'jn'ift"u!--'  N   WATERS     Heal" all    Kidnev,  1 or   ovvr   -lirty'ye.,rst   during' wliicl-jE/..:,: :mJ /-Uiin,u:ii Ajitneuit'  .tin.0 ,iany tiiiJIioh   buttola hav,   beeii j     Th,y   arcT-NOvorfniling  fiiilv. anti ts��(.'d.    it JiiiH   Ion j,'  bcuir. tiiu i for all Uhvuo-.tiu .Trouble;..'.  _-...��'>-'' if"**-, -\;  5*. v& rr v a".\ "V-1^"  ^:��i:c^^i^v:^:L:)_^sn  . TO  O*-'"'^''.*. P. 6 Ji oi ted  a,. .";,.   -T"T-. /. -.'     ;      :-   '-;m      -.  Ouuu,     tV tluSJi'..   _.xlU    ���oy'TjiiOil  I rs  XJVDBILST\I>r, KfnSy'flUlCn.D CO.  '.R*-, '   '        '  * c* ".*"^i-/!nMM'._.-iT.  Reniedv  rtliOlvUilOi  l-'ii'-id  ��� WHOJ.'JTf'.'iliK A.NU li.'OT.Vn,  ^S  suuidard and nmiii reliance iii'iln.  treatment of croup in ,tliou_aiul_ of  homes, yet during all ������tliia" lime np  case has ever been reported to the  manufacturers in .��� which it failed to  effect a cure. When given as soon ns  the child-becomes iioar.se or even u.��  soon :ib the-cronny cor.Kh appears, it  will prevent the attack. Ji is plea-am  to take, and many children like h. j(  contains no opin,M   or   olj���.r   j)ar:-nrul  substance-and maybe piven - as f-on-  fiilently to a bnhy tl.c U) ,,n nrI,,u> Foj.  ���sale by all 'hng-risi--, .  TERMS���ij:]i5 io$1.8  per week,' according, to residence in Hotel or VJIbi-i.  IF YOU HAVE A  EOT TO SELL, .  A HOUSE TO RENT,  ���St. Paul, Duiulh, Mi-uiieiipolia  Cuiiii'i'^c.-and Poiiiic East.  nI'TRAINS DAILY tf%  Jj   FAST'TIME    ��    :  New- Equipmenc    Throughout,    Day  ..   Co.aclies, -Palace   and   Tourist   -.'���  Sieeper.s,Dining and Buffet Smoking and   \A-  brarv Ciir.s.  Quality not excelled ia the Country.  ,Try it; and  MEAT    MEBOkAWTfl !'      ���' :'::. . tfe convinced,.  I'reriii   and (.hired Meaty, Ero.sli     /j1'-'^ 1*_J��" ���*TO|N  "^"w'^r"w:Kcr-"* :  ' ''  Fish, Game an.i Poultry... We.  supply ' only i!,��.' best. . Your  trade solicited. '  .' 'F;.1!"Ai;ttKTR  -ft?'  /)*,  ���  !?���  _rtt_V  0  'P. F. JOEJvsyojv  ��� if'  'f  l(  -Or if you wish to invest  in any off those consult  In. -aU-the- Princ^ |  '���".������ ��*kles are Supplied ;witfe> the Beet the I  IINJNG STOCK TO   SELL,!     Fur Ticket,,   Rate.,   Folder,   and     I CltlSS " aild      TOWHS     ili'4 iwr^...^   "��   'T^r%.M.��M'  *u��.��oBu   0^   *  "      Full   infntmati.n, call 0,1   or   ad-     ' B;itish   /.nln^Wo i$ ^^^^   Tl?0   B^    ^   Filled" Wltll   -  British Columbia,     jj       theEe^t Bk-aads of Liquor nnd Oigars. f  dre^s any   Grfat Northern Agent  or write  FARRELL & SMYTH.  A.  I'.. C. JlliXNTSTOX, G. IV.  1*.^.  GI2 Fir-it Avenue.        Ska.tu.*, Wa.sii ! Uk\  (j)  fi)   .UOVilO  itniTisir com.mihia   \'t  HEADQUAKTHRS FOR COMMfiftciAL"  ,.. AND MINING MEM  i)QUAin.,,u-   .on East Kootkx.' v.  ^ Al��viis '��^*i-iv_r mi_w  ^S^^SSSS^S-'SS^j-'S;*^?.-^ _������. ........  i ..  $  (Mftp  V_sRSW?��W3���  mm


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