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 X��� "v  umsyrni*  HEADQUARTERS   FOR,  SOUVENIRS  | W. H. WILSON, Jeweler  CRANBROOK.  )L. U NO, 27.  MOYIE, B. C, OCTOBER JO   1903.  Hea pap nr^rrn En  CTJH GLASSES DO ''IT*  W. H. WILSON, Optician  CHANBROOK.  ,(.  ��2 A YEAR  l"99^^;-*9^^^^!1 The'St. Eugene Keport  ��        GENERAL FLOAT        ft  * $  ^��33^-_>��������-��->i����3'_i3��s��a��a����-)'��-������>.  W. A. G&lliher will open a law  office in "Vancouver.    - ���  Per hundred is the price of Potatoes from car  [arriving Monday. Send, in ,your, orders for,all  Mother vegetables. , ;  Sir Wilfrid Laurier  in the Ottawa ridingf  There   are many cases  phoid fever in Fernie.  -,0a Che last pay day at , Fernie,  $150,000 is said, to have been distributed.  igarsi  Tobaccos,,.,;' Confectionery  fARBELLlEWCK-  r?   ,f  MOYIE 5.  Bea:lB&  Fire, Life  i;o��c�� _   . >   -  i��,        '  LKBBOQa- -     .'<*   'S-    '  ,  and Accident Insurance.  Over ninety mines in the Koot-  enay district were represented at  the mineral exhibit at, the Nelson  f*3^ ' ' '-      .0 ' ' Jl* !      <  ' I ' - ' ,        I ,,  It is understood that the Payne  mine an Sandon will make a shipment of' zinc very shortly to the  Canada zinc company.  ' The lessees of, the Reco mine, at'  Sandon have'struck itfrich and it  is said, have been offered $25,00,0  to quit.. This'has been .Tefused.  The lucky lessees are Italians. < '  jave Ate h bur /Orders  Hngh S'ephens, who was killed  last week at. the, Mother Lode  mine, near Phoenix, worked for  several" months' in Moyie'' last  spring and was well known here.  "', A new hotel' is,  Spokane1 which,  FOR  PRESERVING FRUITS, ETC  \ .1 .. ,,i,    .   ' ''. ** .  ',   ?i-   '       '     . ��.'      . V *.     ' i       '   ,    . '  Bo - for'  '   c  FRESH  n*  VEGETABLES.  son able in stock. "-  Everything sea-  to be built' in  will cost, -over  a million and a half dollars. It  will occupy the whole block in  which'"' Davenport's, ��� restaurant  is,located.     '      *       !.\,   , - '"  W. H. Aldridge/toiaripger of the  Ccnsolidated 'Mining   and   smelting company, in his annual leport  has the'following to say of  the  is running St. Eugene tnine*afc'Moyie:  The probable'ore^r'eserves of the  , St.   Eugene  Group/ Moyie,'   are  of- *y- nearly 50 per, cent, greater than  a "year" ago.   Ore  50' per    cent  brtter in grade than   last   year's  average has> been found' between  the 600 foot and  800 foot levels  on the main vein above the  1,500  foot level, and between the  1,900  foot and' 2,000 >foot "levels  .Between the  1,700 -footi and  },800  foot levels, & new avenue, called  No. 2 1-5, has been   located,   and  this avenue has" also been found  and ^partly''developed  upon the  1900 -foot'V'leV-K." Another   new  avenue",' (whlcif^will. be    designated as Fifth avenue) located approximately' 120" feet farther" in  the lull than' Fourth , avenue,   is  being developed ion the 1,900 foot  and'2,000 loot levels. / .     ,     ,���, >'  In tlie'- report'1.of last year,'*;it  was mentioned that 'the'.2,000 foot  level- did   not promise'- to yield  as'much toanHge'as_th'e: 1,900 foot  levelj.but present indications' are  , ,     . * . - ���- ' *��* - ���     - >��� ���  that tho 2,000;_oot level will produce -more- ore', than " the    1,900  Boxing Contest.  ,       * * * , J   -        ,   ���-     iW      , ___^_���     __    __. _-��� ^m^m    -T* "-   .Ar*      �� i   I       +\  Your Own Stbre Grow  *     .       1   , - \ . >' "  Good fresh goods can always De had at' the  Moyie Co-Operative^Association, Ltd  ' A fresh shipment to arrive, in a day or two  Come in,and see our stock and get prices  and you will sure deal with us. Wo do  tlie largest grocery business in the town.,* ���  Full measure and weight always given.  ��� Best attention will begiven your orders.  UNION MEN. UNION GOODS.  i,      ,. ,_.,   ^ '  Au interesting boxing  contest  is .' advertised  to take  place' ��� in  .1. i'     v  Mprley- hall Monday evening.  There-will-be four? preliminary  rounds "between ��� Albert jGill and.  Jim Jackson.. This* will ,be ' followed by a i-12-round bout between Kid'Howell of Seattle' and  Sailor. Woods!. The��con test. ->will  commence ..at ' 9 o'clock sharp.  General 'admission, - ? 1.00. ��� Those  who attend, will,"hotl' be ' disappointed, in getting the worth of  their money. *  foot'level or -"any other level in  the mind. tThe v grade, of * the or.e  is, however, lower than, that produced from the>-rthe 'upper workings." Some bodies 'of low "grade  material have been found on the  2,100 foot level; and a raise'from  this level shows ore'"of workable  grade."^, Prospecting",' upon this  level is still incomplete.' Drifting  &        LOCAL ASSAYS J  A new flagpole has been erected  at the school house.  E. A. Hill was in Cranbrook  Wednesday afternoon.  Robt. Colter returned from the  coast Sunday. ���  A. S. Goodeve is holding a meeting at Revel-toke tonight.  Mrs.,Chas. Livesley came over  from Pehticton this week to join  her husband. ,  ,W. J. Feltham, president t, and  manager of the Aurora mine, has  been on the sick list for ��� saveraJ'  days; , * ���        -  Alex Chisholm', collector of customs at Kingsgate, was here with i  his wife,for a day or two the first I  of the week.  W. H. Wilsou, the Cranbrook  jeweler, will be in Moyie next  M on day/f October 12th.       ',    /  Young, woman -"wanted work  daily." 'Apply -at , Moyie l Leader  office.-1;      -.','''"        ",     ' -1 'c  ���    y   ' '      '    J- ' I  There will be regular services at  the Catholic church torn morrow.  . *' Geo. Gunnis on. a hunting trip  up in the St.' Marys' country.' ,  ;<��� Miss Breta/Peterson is' up from  Cranbrook on a visit with her  parents. ���    *'  '  i"\ "���  Mrs. R, Dudlej' is up from J?er-  nie" on a visit with' her daughter  Mrs. B. E.' Taylor. *    ' '     "C."< ���  ,   FURNISHED    ROOMS���-Nicely  furnished rooms with or  without  board in  Conrad, block,1 ,nexb to  drugstore.   Mrs. Laura 'Woods,  ^f'ls Christianity a Supersti.ipn?"  <i \  Call   in   and'   see   our stock  of  Stoves and Ranges. '* Wc  have   a  fine Jine for wood or  coai;  rang- .  in'g in price from $3.00 up.   ''  MacEachern & Macdonald  f'.  i r  ���>*'  Presbyterian   Church.  and'cross-cutting upon the, 2,200' will be the subject at the Method-  footleyel are'progressing, |ind one, ist   .church on " Snnday     night.  uave Everybody .welcome.''     - '"  w.'k  iood leyei are progressing, anu  or two low grad'e ore> bodies 1  tieen   found:  'Ib^will  require  Aldridge stopped off at  re six  months or  a j year   to ^ determine  -.r    .     -      -    ��� -  .the'amountof^ore upon thii.lev'el. i ^oy w for a day on his  way-from  ,lThe main, StjT'Eagene.shaft"' is J Montreal, where he'was attending  24_.feec belbw^the ,, 2,100    foot  the annual -meeting, of-L the  Con  level,'or 719 feefcjVertically.-below  the-collar of-the shaft. I .-*-������  A Good Lecture.;  - Accidents^at'? Mine:  -S      c  . rfc ife-ife-i-fr ___j^_rfr^iAii**^i-*?i^t j4__rf---A_>rfr _;^__^__t^i_rflL_4z_rf__^r _*s  *���        MOYIE'S    LEADING   HOTEL: ' g.  Hotel Kootenay  \  The best of accommodations  for" the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.        '    Billiard Rooms.     j  ���- , t  MoTAVlSH d. CAMERON Proprietors.  irrs. (Rev.) Lashley Hall of Fer-  nie preached in the Methodist  church Sunday night to a large  audience' On Tuesday evening  she gave a highly interesting and  instructive address about' "Odd  People." The lecturer dealt with  the different habits in the various,  nationalities of the world. Mrs.  Hall is right at homo on the platform, and will bo greatly ' welcomed by Moyie should she come  again.  _ Liberal t Meeting.  There were two bad, accidents  at the St Eugene mine this west  one resulting fatally.    <  Last Sunday E_ ric Sehalan was  struck on the "head-by a falling  rock "and also had. his .-leg broken  sohdated company.  iMiss 'Hannah ��Malmstrom was  up from . Cranbrook" the first. of  the week on a'short visit.  MUs    Walker,    a    professional!  _ Rev. Thos. Paten' !.will arrive  here today, from Scotland and  will take charge of the service-  in the Presbyterian,church tomor-  row.' Ther.e will be a special musical , program in -which E. O.  Kamm, cornetisr.-'and Ml, Cook,  violinist, will assist. Mr. Sower-  butts will Vendor a solo, "Ihe  Dream of Paradise."      "   '  On Tuesday evening there will  be a reception at (the ' church for  the new pastor, Mr. Paten. It  will begin 'with, a musical program^ in which' Mr." Sowerbutts,'  Mr., Cook,' Mrs. Patrequin, Nirs.  Wallace and'-Lois G-ambe will take  pait.'*. There will also be a recitation, by Miss Bolen.. After this  program refresments - vwill be  9erved^ The affair "will begin at  S o'clock sharp. Everything will  be free, and a hearty and   cordial  METAL   MARKET.  New York���Rar silver! 52'_<�����?.  Lead $1.75. '      .   .Copper, 13 cts.  Lon-dox���Lea.l, ��13, 7s 6d     ,  o ' (    l  Conservative Rstlly:  nurse, well known'in  both Moyie  invitation is' extended  to   every-1 enay have gone to great  expense  -Lj   /-il"-..-.   '--..--^T!rw it ..---.-���-���-.13     _ I       ,A   ^__^��-J I i.-.     ���J ... -.        ,,'        '   .  and Cranbr'obk~.[wilI be"mar"r"Ie_* acioao-to attend  Newmarket, Ont. on October 12th  to Wm. T. Pearson of  that city.  The Liberal  association  held a  an arm thrown out  of Joint  and .'rally in their rooms  last evening,  some bad scalp wouuds.   He  , is' wll.ea sonie local speakers addr_3  now in the hospital and is getting  along very well.  A Statement." "  WFAT YCU NEED BIGHT NOW is heavy  ���ments. We've got the goods to make a man warm,.and  jphim warm.' 20th   CENTUKY CLOTHING  in  latest cuts.    Fine   Overcoats  and   Vests.    Stanfield's  ivy all wool Underwear.  IOMEIN AND GET A COMPLETE FIT OUT.  THE    FURNISHER.  Imperial Bank of  'A  Capital  Authorized-------------$10,000,000.  , Capital,paid  up������-��� ������-���4,025,000.  R9Bt^_--^���-_-������-���4,925.000.   '.:  Savings bank department.  Interest allowed on deposits from d��<te   of   deposits  credited  quarterly.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F,M   PINKHAM, Manage?  i  At their meeting last Monday  evening, 'the Liberals were left  everything to themselves. ������ The  Conservatives and the Socialists  did not deem it necessary to have  any spellbinders on hand to refute any of the argument advanced. J. P. Fan ell presided,  and the speakers were M. A. Macdonald of Cranbrook and Smith  Curtis.     .   Another Bakery.  and  Moyie is to have another bakery. H. A. Deagon, of Fort  William, was here this week and  purchased the warehouse of  MacEiichern & Macdonald on Victoria street. Mr. Deagon will  have the place fixed up at once  and will" be open for business  within a week or two. He nnd  his. wife are now in Cranbrok,  but;t!.ey will return to Moyie  shortly- .  Hotel   Changes.  On next Monday, the Cosmopolitan hotel will change hands.  Harry Dimock, 'the owner, has  leased the place to Frank Ransoms and Alex Campbell. Mr.  Dimock does not Intend leaving  'Moyie. ��� '������-.'. . ������ ,'  Section Man Killed.  A  section    man   was killed at  Swansea    yesterday,    by     being  struck    by   an  -eastbonnd  train.  _   He was attempting to   remove   a  i����� aagC��CI>��'��'����<MiO��������'����'����, handcar from the track.  Alfred' Liljenburg was kiUed  instantly by falling ground while  working in the 2,000 foot level  yesterday morning. Liljenburg  was a native of Sweden and  about 25 years of age. He has  worked in Moyie for a considerable length of time. He has a  brother here and another, brother  came up from 'Hosmer yesterday.  An inquest" will be held today,  and the funeral will probably be  held tomorrow.  C reston Land Sale.  The government auction sale of  land at Creston will take ' place  next Wednesday, October 14th,  commencing at 2 o'clock. I Terms  ���One tenth cash, balance in nine  equal annual'-payment^, at 6 per  cent interest.  Catholic Social.  The ladies of ��� the Alter Society of the Catholic church have  annouueed their intention of  giving a social and entertainment  in Morley hall on or about November 10th.  Davidson Tonight.  Wm. Davidson^ , the Socialist  candidate, will halve a meeting tonight in McGregor hall, commencing at 8 o'clock sharp. All are invited, and there will be reserved  seats for ladies..;/^;      : ^'"'.,.,'.  The Society Girl.  Work on the .new ."-'-tunnel  which is b��ing driven on the  Society Crjrl property- is going  Pteadily nlontr. 'Lii is now in a  distance of 300 feet.   '-..  ' sed the .meeting. Twenty-seven  members joined ��� the association.  W. H. Wilson was up from  Cranbrook one day' this week.  He had with him his brother, Geo  Wilson, and C. C. McCarkill, who  were here from Farnham, Que.,  looking over the country.  Some dandy spuds were brought  to this office this week ^ which  were grown on the farm of M. J.  Gill and Mike Torpy, which is situated in the valley of the lower  Moyie river a'short distance south  of Curzon.  Joe Mercer, who for a long time  was employed in P. Burns' shop in  Moyie, was back in town for a  day or two this week, and was  meeting his many friends. Mr.  Mercer is now employed as cattle  buyer for the same firm.  Street Improvements.  The work of improving Moyie's  streets and the building and repairing of the sidewalks has been  commenced. Nearly $3,000 will  be expended in this work which  is so much needed. Besides fixing  up the walks now in use, a new  sidewalk will be built along the  east side of Tavistock street from  the, Drewry building to A. P.1  MrtcDonald's , residence near  Queens' avenue, and another  down .Queen's avenue to the  Moyie hotel.;"  J. F.: Armstrong, government  agent, and Johnj ,Reid, government road foreman, were in Moyje  Thursday seeing that the work  was started properly.  Payday.  This is payfiiy at; the St. .Eugene, and th9 '��� sum that will be  disbursed is $40,000.  .. When the Socialist executive  committee approached J. * W.  Fitch for the purpose of renting  Morley hall for the' Davidson  meeting tonight they were confronted with the information that  the hall had already been rented  As there was nothing announced  to take place in the hall tonight,  the  suspicion    of   the   Davidson  followers      immediately   became I the    deferring of   the   Kootenay  aroused, and   they at   once,  and!elections    without   any    just  or  to  advertise  bith- at home ami  (abroad 'the    wona"3/-fnZ  resources  jana"magui��icenfct possibilities ^o��  the'Kootenay   country,'showing- '  its splendi.1 facilities of transportation and  travel.  ���And whereas, ���  the Conservative government under , the  Hon.   Richard  MaBrido '  have most generously given large  sums of modey to open   up roads  and trials  to   the  mining  eamps  and mining prospects all over the  counrry,   thus   encouraging  capital    to  come   in.   And,  wherea",  probably justly so, blamed either  the Conservatives or Liberals for  shutting them out. Iu veivv of  this the Moyie Conservatives  make a complete and unqualified  denial of having had anything to  do with this piece o�� underhanded  political trickery, and are ready  to make a declaration before a  justice of the peace to this effect.  Signed.  A P. MACbONALD, Tre.  E. A.   HILL, Secretary  The Spokane   Fair.  There was a larger attendance  than'usual this year from Moyie  to the Spokane fair. The F'lyei  stopped one morning, Tuesdaj*, foi  passengers Following is a list of  most of those who attended: R.  Campbell and family, S. G. Blay-  lockand family, V. F. Johnston  and wife, A. G. Monkhouse and  wife,'., Thos. Summers and^wife.  E. G. Gwynhe, Alex Campbell, B.  E.Taylor, Walter Watkins, Gny  Watkins,   -Walter   Laing, "O. J.  Jc'lx.ti. fi d Tu i 1 R Misom  Grand Chancellor.  St. Eugphe Lodge K. of P. wa-  paid ah ipfUciiil" visit last Monda;  night.' 'by H. A. Brown, gran>  chancellor eojtmifcuder for the domain of: British Columbia. A  lunch was served in the hall, aftei  which Mr. Brown gavr* an intei ���  eating talk on the order  honorable reason, has placed us m>  the same position as the unsettled -  portions of northern Ontario, At-  Iin and the remote portions of th'>,  Yukon, and heralding to the world  at large that we  are  as  yet  un-  acessable, when in truth we enjoy  every modern luxury  and  mean-i  of    travel   and      transportation.  Therefore, resolved, that  we condemn the   Liberal  government at  Ottawa and  Smith   Curtis,  their  standard bearer in  this electoral  district, for this criminal)outragn,  whicb   mint   have    very serious  and far reaching effect in  turning  away intending    capitalists   and  settlers,  who  may   now   becomn  skeptical of  our really excellent  transportation systems.  RESOLUTION SO. 2.  Whereas, the national policy  of the Conservative party is tho  mly sound trade policy for Canada, and, whereas under tho  national policy the lead .industry' .  would be plced on a permanent  basis, as to assure continuous  ���vork for years to come for th-i  lead mines of., Moyie-. and othei-  3. C. "carap��i therefore, be it resolved, that we support Mr. A: S,  rpodeve and the national policy,  A New  Building.  'MacE'ichern & Macdonald  wilt  iomraoncb at once the building of-  k  new;  warehouse  adjoining, the  ���-mr of their store.    It will be 2fx  ���10 feet and two stories in   height,  Is'..?'  'M  ��f        -1  ���*_r *>*   t  ���$->\\  ** ,j  -J   n'\  -. if  :%���  ' ? '-'  I lS��,  , '    ��    I  ���, i:  |%.  fr & f  ��� IV -  eft  l V '^;'v�� I  S .'i.AKl  J'v,-  ' The Moyie Conseovatives. had a'  grand rally   at their committee *  .rooms    Wednesday    night,    and.  every chair w^s filled., Short addresses were made by���A. P. 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CHAPTER   XXV.
[HK Iroquois had not,<Tcated Be
Catinat    harshly    when    tbey
dragged  bim   from  the, water
into their canoe.    So incomprehensible was it to tbein why any man
*    should   voluntarily   lcar,   a   place   ot
safety In order to put himself in their
power that they could only set it down
to madness, a malady which inspires
awe and  respect among the  Indians.
Two1'warriors passed their bands over
bim to be sure that be was unarmed,
and he was then thrust down between
'.the two women, while the canoe dart-
. ed in toward the bank to tell the others that the garrison of Fort St. Louis
was coming up the stream.   Adele was
' deadly nalo, and her .hand, as her, Iius-
,    band "laid Ills upon 'it, was as cold as
marble.
"My darling." bo whispered, "tell 'me
that all is well with you—that you are
unhurt!"
"Oh;' Amory. why did' you come?
Why did yon come, AmoryV"
••IIow could 1 stay behind when I
-knew'that you were in'their hands?
We' have gone through so much together Unit we cannot part now. What
, is death. Adele? Why should wo be
afraid of ,itV" . '
"I am not afraid'of it."
' "And I am not afraid of it.    Things
, will' come   about 'as   God   wills,   and
what ne wills muvt in the end be tho
' best." '        . • ■    '   1
','Tell me,'monsieur," said Onega, ;*I3"
my,lord stil,J living?''     ,    ' _ '
"res, be is alive'and weir." ''
"It is good. lie is a great chief, and
u I have never been sorry, not even now,
that I have wedded with one who was
not of my own people. , But, nh, my
son! Who shall give my son back to
me? Ere that sun shines again we
sliall all be dead'; and my heart is glad,
for I shall see my boy,,,once more." ,
The Iroquois paddlcrs had bent to
their work .until a good ten miles ,lay.
between them and Ste. Marie. Then
they ran the canoe into'a little creek'
upon their own side of the river and
Rprang'out of her.'draggiug the prison-,
ers'after them. Then, after"; a short
council, they started through the forest,
walking in single file, with their three "
prisoners in the iniddle. There wera,
fifteen warriors, in all, eight In'front
and seven behind, all armed,with muskets and as swift footed as deer, so.
'hat escape was out of the question.
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Tbey could hut follow on and -wait m
patience   for   -whatever ■ might   befall
them.        , >, '    ,       ',        '       .,   j  fr
'All, day  they   pursne'd their   dreary
,   march.    Onega had' the  endurance ot
\" tlie Indians themselves, but, Axlele, hv
spite of her" former journeys, was footsore and weary before evening.   It wast
a relief to De Catinat,t therefore, when
the red glow of 'a great fire beat suddenly through the tree trunks and they
came  upon  an Indian camp in which (
was assembled the greater part of the
war party which b.-ul been flrivon fvoru
Ste.''Marie.    Here, too. were a number,
of the squaws who had come from the
Mohawk and Cayuga villages in order
to be nearer to the warriors. Wigwams
had been erected all round in a circle,'
and before each tof them were the kettles, slung upon a  tripod of sticks, in
which   the   evening   meal   was   being
^cooked.   In the center of all was a very
fierce  fire,   which   bad   been   made  of
brushwood placed in a circle so as to
vhave a clear space of twelve feet in the
middle.   A pole stood up in the center
of this clearing, and something all mottled with  red and  bl'ick  was  tied up
against it.    De Catinat stepped swiftly
in  front of  Adele  that she might not
' see the dreadful thing.
"They have begun already, then,"
said Onega composedly. "Well, it will
be our turn next, and we shall show
thenl that we know bow to die."
"They'have not ill used us yer," said
De Catinat. "Ferbaps they will keep
us for ransom or exchange."
The Indian woman shook her head.
"Do not deceive yourself by any such
hope." said she. "When they are as
gentle as they have been with you It
is ever a sign that you are reserved
for the torture. Your wife will be
married to one of their clilefs, but you
and I must die."'
"Married to an Iroquois!" Those
dreadful words shot a pang through
both their hearts which ,no thought of
death could have done. De Oatiuat's
head dropped forward upon bis chest,
and ho staggered and would have fallen bad Adele not caught him by tho
arm.
"Do not fear, dear Amory," slip ivhis
perod. "Other thing', may happen, but
not that, for I swear to you (hat [ shall
not survive jou."
As they onteied the Iroquois village
the squaws and  warriors  had  rushed
^toward then), ami ihey walked through
double line of hideous faces, which
leered and gibed and howled at them
Is they pa.ssed Their overt led them
through tins rab'ilo and conducted
them to a hut whuli Mood :,p:irt.
An Instant I.itci an old w.ir thief, accompanied by two younger braves and
by   the  boarded   half   Dutch   Iroquois
" .who.Isiid led the attack upon the manor
house; strolled over and  stood .'in ■ the
doorway,  looking  in at  the prisoners.
The Bastard was smoking a stone pipe,
and yet it was he who talked the most,
arguing '-apparently  -with   one   of   the
younger savages." who .scorned to come
round lit last to his opinion.    Finally
the  old chief said   a'few short sterii.
words, and the matter appeared to lie
settled.        ■'■--.... !   ..
"And yoivj-oii. beldam." said the Bastard In French to the Iroquois woman,
"you. will have a . lesson this night
which, will leach you to side against
your own people.'"
"You half bred mongrel." replied the
fearless old woman, "you should take
that hat from your head when vou
speak to one in whose veins runs Ibc
best blood of the Onondagas. You a
warrior—you who, with a thousand at
your back, could not make your way
into n little house with a few poor
husbandmen within it! It is no wonder that your father's people have «_.«»
yon out."
The evil face of the Bastard grew
livid as he listened to the scornful
words which were hissed at bim by the
captive. He strode across to her, and,
taking her hand,, he thrust the forefinger into the burning bowl of hii
pipe. She made no effort to remove
it, but sat with a perfectly set face
for a minute or more, looking out
through-'the open, door at the evening
sunlight and the little groups of chattering Indians. lie-watched her keenly in the hope of bearing a cry or seeing some spasm of ag.ny upon her
face, but at last, with a curse, he
dashed down'her hand and strode from
the hut. She thrust her charred ringer
into her bosom and laughed.
1 "lie is a good for naught!" shev'cried.
"He does not oven know how to torture. .Now, I could have got 'a cry out
of him. I am sure of oit. But -you.
monsieur, you are very white!*' '   ,
"It was the sight of, such a hellish
deed. Ah, if we were but .set face to
face,'I with my sword, he with that
weapon he chose, he should pay tor it,
with his heart's blood!" "'
The Indian woman seemed surprised."
'Tt is strange to me," she said, -'that
you should think of what befalls me
'when you are yourself under the sarii.
shadow. But our, fate will be as I
said.' You are to die at the stake.
She is to be given to the dog who has
left us." ,'     '„ '      'V
"Adele! Adele! '"What shall I do?'
lie tore his hair in his helplessness
and distraction: , ^,
"No,  no,   fear not,  Amory,   for  my
heart will  not  fail me.    What is  tho
pang of death,if it binds us together?"'
"The younger chief pleaded for yon,
saying that the  Mitcho  Manitou  had
stricken you with   madness,  as could
be  seen   by,your  swimming  to  their
canog-Jind'  that  a   blight 'would   fall
•'upon the nation if you were 'led to„tho_
stake.   But the Bastard said that love"
came often   like  madness^ among  the
palefaces and  that it was that'alone
which, had driven  you.    Then It  was^
agreed that you' should 'dieAand ■ that"
.sho"should go to his wigwam, since be
bad  led  the war party.    As  for, me.
their   hearts   were 'bitter  against   me,
and'T also am to die' by the pin'e splinters."    r
"When Is It to be?" asked. De'Cat!-,
nat, ....'.-
:.
trunk divided into two, and In the fori:
thus formed a hand had suddenly appeared, a large reddish hand, which
sbcoV frantically from side to side In
passionate dissuasion. The next instant as the two captives still stared
In amazement the hand disappeared behind the trunk again, and a face appeared in its place, which still shook
from side to side as resolutely as its
forerunner. ' It was Captain I_phraini
Savage of Boston
And even as they stared, and-wondered a sudden sl>.-ill whistle burst out
from the depths of the forest, and In a
moment every bush and thicket and
patch of brushwood was sprouthi;:
tire and smoke, while the snarl of the
musketry ran round the whole glade,
and the storm' of bullets whizzed and
pelted among the yelling savages. The
Iroquois spntinels bad been -drawn in
by their bloodthirsty craving tocsee
;_e prisoners die, and now the Cana-
'dians were upon them, and they were
hemmed in by a .ring of tire. First one
way and then another they rushed, to
be met always by the same blast' of
death, until, finding nt last some gap
in Uie attack, they streamed off like
sheep through,a broken fence and rushed madly away into the forest.
But there, was one savage who had
found work to do before he fled. The
Flemish ' Bastard had preferred his
vengeance, to his safety., Rushing at
Onega; he burled his, tomahawk In li'er
brain, and then.'yelling Ids war'cry. he,
waved the blood stained weapon abave
his head lind rushed into the hut where
the prisoners still knelt. De' Oatimt
saw hiui coming.'and n mad'joy glistened in h's eyes. "He rose to meet hini,
and tis Ik; rushr*'! in be tired both barrels of hi'-i'.pisf,)! duj the B.istnrd's face.
0 „** *. . '"'.-,*" V ''
An instant later a swarm of Canadians
bad rushed over the writhing body,"the'
captives ,_elt warm- friendly 'bauds
-which-grasped tl»elr.^own,»and, looking
upon .the smiling well liiibwi^ faces' ot
Amos'"Green,   Savage   and, Du   Lhut,,"
MAGISTRATE SPEAKS FOB ZAM-BUK
"       ' .„.,,,   or    believes in making _
Magistrate Perry, orGoUikM*.  B.C., Me household
rood ihing known.    Wr«m_ °f ^ ' ^j^. £_«_ Z.ru-Buk
Lira. h-savVr'^1"?":   ^e'    cured a ikin rash of five
^arh Viable to do any good
eminently salisfactory.
,Zam-Buk!    y»W»»*» ™^' "An .lures and druQ:>.b sell
poisoning and all skin <•*-*--;'"■   . .
jo cents a box.   Sure cure for |»Us.
DON'T NECLEGT2HATS0REI
Lri.i-u> horn neglect of as iiai   *
A  GENUINE  OFFER.
A'
inB,a^,,g'ITp_ibch ofrccM3». « a? open so.e
,,egl.cl .cut. a P»i«»      .   f „ of po;scm ^-ns
k,ml-        , tbrir evil results in neglected
of any
w,lting '^'fJJP^i^fam-Buk is safety.' Z*m-
sores
jiuk is
jjuK is so i'<_ ■■/ -        • ,      . (     • p_5sor,ing lm-
<kin*;rC In'".!".£ Z m"-" you l»".e lh«e
possible. In »"»e ' ( 7Jn. Buv; fc healiftg
processes goins; on_.t once l ^^
soothing and _nti!>rpiic      ■ '7
TEST  ZAM-BUK AT OUR  EXPENSE,
We- appreciate the position, taken by the mar, or %
nays :—',' If your preparalion is what you cLi-„   „,,,t'
have no objection to letting us try it btfoie spending ocr
■lance.
ii),i
on it."    To every person taking this view «esay, (.enaJ,"'1"*'
soothing
PI
_ki_ of htlle children, yet poneflul cnouph lo he.i'chiun0!1'0''
oflong years' standing. All druggists and store*, roe. ,1 ia
3 for $r.25. ■  ' " °     ^K
**■" *»
Farm   Life   Is, Best.
Farmers'me our gipat^t.consuineni,,
is   -well
>    ,     The Malacca Wildcats.
In the forests of MaHe'ca and other
islands in the Indian Ocean may sti 1
be found the animal known a*, a wiki-
cat. The upper parts of it are generally-of a clear yellow ..oJor, with-black
spots', the lower parts ,'ire white, wit 11
black spots also.,- tin "-lie back tin
spots lengthen almo-t into lines or
rings, black or yellow. v ,
^ The average length of 'tho aiumiij, j^^Vso often dfcciwBed in the post
excluding the tail,'is almost two feet, |fl«£u°.™low C(m we keep our boys
the'tail .averages   nine   inches.    'Its, V-' ;,;„   flinilv   is  in   a  fair  way   ot
as our gicatest producerb.
When farmers -.top, hining soineone
must stop pioducuig whether it be
^omobiLs,1 ...attunery. luniber dry
good.-, and «vep g.ocerics. Our citi^s
and. town* have become top 1 icaM
\ith population as compared with our,
u 1 popuh^ion-hence so many nion
Ut of employment in the east.    Hie
"S presume'this*'is Lovers' Lane?"
11 "You forget that ours is av strictly
fashionable suburb.",   " ,   1   ■" .
"^ "Ah-?-" 'Ji'     ,' - J - *
"This1 is  Affinity Avenue."—Puck.',
House flies; spread - contagious dis;
eases such as typhoid fever,, scarlet
fever, small pox and/ consumption.
Wilson's' Fly Pads kiU 'the flies and
the disease germs  too.1 '*     ' ''.   '
i-o hired bath barrels.        '
"Now; at once.    They have gone to
make all  ready.    But you  have time
yet, for I am to go first."
"Amory, Amory, could-we not die together now?" "cried Adele, throwing
her arms round her husband. "If it be
sin, it is surely a sin which will be for-,
given us. Let us go, dear. Let ua
leave these dreadful people and this
cruel world and turn where we shall
find peace."
The Indian woman's eyes flashed
with satisfaction. "You have spoken
well, White Lily." said she. ','Why
should you wait until it is their pleasure to pluck you? See! Already the
-glare of* their fire beats upon the tree
trunks, and you can hear the bowlings
of those who thirst for your blood,
y/ou^ have said rightly, ■ White Lily.
There lies the only path for>you."
"But how to take it?
Onega glanced keenly at the two
wnrr.iors who btood as sentinels at the
door of the but. They had turned
away, absorbed in the horrible preparations which were going on. Then
she rummaged deeply within .the folds
of her loose gown and pulled out a
small pistol with two brass barrel**'
and double triggers In the form of
winged dragons. It was only a toy to
look at, all carved, and scrolled and
graven with the choicest work of the
l'aris gunsmith. For its be.iuty the
seigneur had bought it at his last visit
to Quebec, and yet it might be useful,
(00, nud It was loaded in both barrels.
"I meaut to ..use it on myself," said
<-he as she slipped it into the hand of
He Catinat. "Hut now I am minded to
show them that I can die as an Onondaga should die and that I am worthy
to have the blood of their chiefs in my
veins. Take it, for I swear that I will
not u^e it myself unless it be to fire
both bullets Into that Bastard's heart."
A flu'-h of joy shot over De Catinat
as his lingers closed round the pNtol,
IJore was indeed a key to unlock the
gates of peace. Adele had laid her
check ag.unst bis shoulder and laughed
with pleasure.
"You will forgive me, dear?" he
whispered.
'".Forgive you!    I.bless you and love
you with my .whole heart and soul."
Tbey had sunk on their knees together when three'warriors entered the hut
and said a few abrupt words- to their
country woman. She rose with a
'sm'ilc. ,
"They are waiting for me." said she.
"You shall see. While Lily, and you
also, monsieur, how well'I know what
is duo to my position. Farewell, and
rcmonib'cr. Onega!"
-"Now. Amory." whispered Adele,
closing liar eyes and nestling still closer to him.
lie-raised-the pistol, and then, with a
quick sudden intaklng of the breath,
he dropped-it and knelt with glaring
eyes, looking, up at a tree which faced
the open door of the hut. ■
It was a beech tree, exceedingly old
nud gnarled, with its bark hanging
down in strips and fts whole trunk
spotted with moss arid mold. Some
ten  feet above the: ground the main
tbey knew that peace had come to them
at last.'v ,'„'*.'•■   ' r;   <->-•<•   ■ -  ,."-
. .*   j"   »     ,»_''*   .,  *   .    *     . * 1
And so the refugees came, to the end
,of the toils of, their journey/'for'that'
winter was,sp'entu,,by thein .inpeace at
Ste. Marie,'and'in the spring,' the1 Iro-'
quois having canled 1; the .war, to  the
j. upper^ S^t. Lawrence,' the travelers' were'
able to descend into""the English provinces.and scto' make, their way, down
the).Hudson  to   New 'York,   where  a
warm ^velcome awaited' them from the
family-ofAmos Green. ■■The friendship
between the two men was now so cemented together by common memories
and  common dangers  that' they  soon
became partners'in fur'trading, and th'a
name of the,1 Frenchman came a't last
to be as familiar in the mountains of'
Maine and on the slopes of tlie Allegha-
uies as it hail'once been in the saIo_3
and corridors of Versailles.     - -
, As'to Captain J3ph?ai__   Savage,  he
returned safely to bis beloved Boston;   |||sl6f Childhood,
-.where he fulfilled his ambition by building himself a'fair'brick'house upon,the
'rising ground  in'.the northern, part, ot
the^city,  whence,he coulcl  look ,'down
both upon the'shipping in the river and
the bay. ,,,   ,-  ,,"*,,        -..    „\ '•'<
The manorrhouse of La-. Ste. Marie
was soon restored^to it's former prosperity, but its seigneur was' froui the
'"day'that he had lost his .wife aniLson a
changed .man. lie grew leaner, fiercer,
less . human, 4 forever heading parties
which made their way into the Iroquois
woods and which outrivaled the savages themsnlvas in the terrible nature
of their deeds. A day came "at" last
when he sallied out upon one of these
expeditions from which neither he nqr
any of his men ever returned.
Tim END.
height when."standing ere'ef; is about,.,-
inches, at the shoulder arid fifteen inches .'at the fliindquarters. Its temper
is .mild and gentle; it plays nlmost
like a domestic cat. or rather1 kitten,
ch'asing- its tail and amusing- it-sell'
with lt anything that it can ' rolb with
its'paws.—London Standard'.       \
;*-•     "    A a *  m ^      H    1     ' ^"
Cheapest of All Oils.—* Considering
the curative qualities' of Dr. Thomas
Eclectric Oil -it is' the cheapest of all
preparations offe'red to "the public.
It is to be found,in-every, drug stqre
in Cnnada^from' coast to coast and
all country merchants'keep it for sale.
So', heing easily- procurable ,and extremely modernte"~irr' price,, no one
should 'be without a bottle 'of it."   -
Petty   CrltlcUm.
"'Cyrus Small's time was largely spent
'n discovering the faults and shortcomings of things animate and inanimate,'
while'Mrs.'Small! as it seemed, was
equally vigilant in attempting to brm ;
forward something of which she co-ill
say, "There, you can't pick any flaws
In that!"
Once ■ sho thought this happinc-s
would be hers. A certain man in the
town inheiited large wealth under peculiar circumstances. It was his, under tlie law, but when the court awarded it 10 him he stood up and said th.»,t,
In view- of all the facts in the case, he
believed that the property belonged of
right to another heir. His action was
generally looked upon as a noble one.
Mrs. Small was loud in her expressions of praise.
"Yes, 1 know," said her- husband,
" 'twas a line thing. Few men would
lrive done it,  and  that's why  he  felt
0 awkward to stand up there and say
■vliat he did. He showed that he felt
jmbarrjssed by the way he stood."
"Cyrus Small, h should hope you
would not find fault with his attitude
when he was doing such a grand
thing!"
"Oh, no; 1 have no wish to criticise,"
1 hi Cyrus, "but if I had been on the
. itform,   facing   all   those   people,   I
> ild  have tried  to  toe out a  little
more."
"H'W is "that'horse you bought?",
^ir''"\Vell,""answered the man'who always tries to' be optimistic, "his legs
ain't .very good and his hoofs'have a'
few cracks*in them and, his, wind-is
poor/, but he has a great appetite."—
Washington 'Star.      . ■    •       /   „' 1   ,
how fo Cure Them
on
sofvihR'TtwlI. "Uuck toUhe fnnu is
now the -cry of nundn»d_,. yes thou-
tfmid-,. who realue that it n> a 11 ngM
tradesman   or , a   mechanic
Jn ,thousands 'of homes Baby's Own
Tablets'" -is <4he' only medicine used
wh.eii" 'children are ailing, -and - the^
mother' who keeps this medicine'"on1
hand may"' feel as safe - 'is-' thongn
there was a docto^i constantly lu^.ibe
home. >xBaby's' Own Tablets .cure all,
stomach'and bowel tro'ubles,- break
up colds, expel worms/" and make'
teething easy. The mother has the
guarantee of a government analyst
that ,this medicine contains 110 opiate
or' poisonous- soothing stuff. , Mrs
H. H. Bonnyman, Mattal, N. S.,
srfys:—"I have used Baby's Own Tablets for my little girl while teething
and for constipation, and think there
is no medicine can equal them Sold
by medicine dealers or by mail at
25 cents a"box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine   Co., "Brockville,   Ont.
to   be   a   tradesman   or
when time, are _ood, but it is impossible to  support  a  wife  and  fainily
when  out  of  employment.'    .hey   re-,
member   also  that   before   they    left
the farm for the city they were never
in  danger'of  heing   without  food   or
work.'" Thev realr/e now that a farm
is as good," vW better, than a fat bank,
account, fo'r a farm cannot slip away
as   a' bank   account -may   do.     l"e>
know  that       there    may   <-be    hard.
work and difficulties to surmount on
the farm, 'but'they also know that no
class of'people In the world, can sustain themselves with  their own   products to,such an extent as can farmers.'   They/alsq  know   that tas* the
years go by younger .men are apt to*
supplant them, in their- trades," while
if  they   own-, farms .they  need  never
fear want in their old age.'Farmers
sons—voung men will think twice he-,
fore giving up tli'e farm to swell  the,
ranks of the, unemployed in our cities.
"'   In'one sense it,is "a'.good thing-that
so -many men  came west.    They  can
see for themselves whaf c£ur fanners
haye been doing, and/ are doing—and
thus judge what'they might do'.   ^Ul-
lions 'of, -acres 'are ''.still   unoccupied:
Horaeoiends of 160 acres can be obtained for $10 entry fee.    Not inbie than
one-tenth  of our "arable lauds arenas
yet cultivated.  'It lopks as if the, day.
Had come' for our older' cities to mark
time until our prairies",catch up with
counter   balancing  population.—Hugh'
McKellar... .   ' " t      »   «
"Dinguss,    are you   ever   'going  to
pay me what you owe* me'"
"You'll get it some day, Shadbolt.
We're going to .organize a political
party" with a platform demanding
that the •Government shall insure the
payment of all private debts."—Chi-'
cago Tribune. ' y
Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Burns,   etc.
THE  TURNED-UP   MUSTACHE.
Tin-   U'roiifr  Wny.
The late John C. I'aigc had at one
time as a jnofege the sou of a very
particular friend, a pleasant, gentlemanly young fellow, but always ready
to make a bet or to take a band in a
quiet game, and 011 this account lt ivoi
thought best by his parents to send
him to Boston on a limited income
with the hope of breaking away from
old associates and or getting some
business energy into him.
Mr. Paige gave him some good, wholc-
.-.some,advice.and started him qlong.Jn.
business, particularly instructing him
to. ."get his -name before "the public-to
let the people know he was liv!ng,''etc;
Not very long after this "Boston debut Mr. Paige 'very late one evening
was'requested to callat a nearby-po-'
lice station. 1 The young man, it ap-
r-u-ed, had got into a very noisy game
and was arrested,  but not before he
had been cleaned out of everything ho
possessed.
"Well, young man." said Mr. Paige,
"this is nice, isn't it?"
"Well,  sir, you  told  me to  get my
name before the public."
"Oh,  yes,"   Mr.   Paige   replied;   "but
I didn't tell you to .hiive a judge an I
jury go w;:h it fo _::'t.iie advertising
rates."—Boston Herald. '
It  Originated  In Spain  at the  Court of
-Philip IV. - (      .
The Gprman emperor, William II., Is
generally regarded as the iuveutor of
the turned up mustache. This Is true
only as far us introducing il as a fashion. It was Invented at the court of
Philip IV.. about Hi2."i That monarch
was the first to wear his mustache
turned upward Fiom the .Spanish
court the fashion spread over'all Europe. Charles I. of England, Philip's
brother-in-law;., nml many members of
the Austrian 11.-if is burgs adopted it U
came to Belgium'and was introduced
into Germany In the Spanish soldiers
during the Thirti  Vears' war.
it was also round in Sweden as well
as In Franco under Louis XIII. Under
Louis XIV. the heard went out of fashion, and during tin. time of Uococo tho
elegant world Uncw only clean shaven
faces until the French revolution
brought the mustache again into use.
'But nowhere p\cept In Its Spanish
home did the mustache rise so extravagantly as with the German emperor
and his Imitators.
In Spain all kinds of artificial means,
such as bandages and coverings, ivere
employed to compel the mustache to
keep this unnatural upward posltlou,
and in .looking at tho paintings of Velasquez or Munllo one can easily understand that without such coercive
measures a true Tull blooded Spaniard
could never have rea'Ued ,his Ideal
mustaches, .-,'',
, Three packets of Wilson's Fly Pads
,cost twenty-five cents; and" will-kill
more .flics than twenty-five dollars'
worth, pf sticky paner.;. -   "-  - u. .,   1*,
•, : - __   ,'-■>-
" Pa, > when ' are y-iu "'going* to - lake
mq. to the park?". '     ./  '"*; *'.,, .j.-,'
"Wait jmtil   the .cool  of   the  evening, my "son."M '   --      i  -'-   «*      v^f
- '-"But.  pa, s'pose-there ain't*any?,?"
—Baltimore American., .-■ ;
5OO;0O
ER
warn ■    n
'   r        '       I "  .        K, '      '    v  /'   V,' „ I I
are seeing this advertisement.     Many of them wi!! idly*-1
j        r .       4 '1    *1_        _1. _ "*_!___"..w-* . ff.tf 4    ^0111       ami-It "■ r\r\r*Ad±*     r<iai   _..!-
" It can't'bd done,", will "be the opinipn of others.
» '      ""Fancy'a suit, made, to'measure for $5.74," .some
•t • -' "       will cryr" Absurd I,"._ Jt *,-. •( ,;:., ',   '
While a small secHon of readers^ will * probably, decide to '
' investigate our offer and" '   '     -.    /•"" ,
>END FOf|:;FRE|iPATTERNS
of bur Clothing-to Meaisur*».---rii;'*v«,./(,'',.'.^ ,,,  /        -•
-   ,/ Thus the - result' of* this ' advertisement will ;bc that v, e
sha'll add many cust6meVs,to.dur"iUrcidy;^c3f,tcnsive chenit.'e
—men whose only lament ..will*"be that;they, bad, not dealt'
with us sooner.,t     •        „~        ,      „,       \ „    ',
'/  ' .We~are sure'of this, point-',Jbecause»-we' have already
^received hundreds' of letters'to the same effect.
'/   ,-."One 'day you   also \wiil,, be('•templed4 to write to us.
Why not make'Our'.acq^uaintinc'e-ito-'dayf^Av „_.
,,   .Our wonderful^ pattern* , of' Sui*s'„ and 'Overcoats to
* Measure from'$'5.l+''tudv'S20'can,;be fiad*for the .asking.    _
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" "Remember,'we Guarantee'^o supply^ou with as smart
a Suit or Overcoat' as' you have 'ey-sr, worn,for less money
' than you have"ever paid.'-   , ;      . <•    / t. t>
The prpcess is simple. Merely; fill'in a post-ard, and
address.same to us 'as^ below,'asking, foeotir selection d
t materials.---By 'return>you will'r*«Sceivs,;'o_f latest assortment of .patterns,-.together witl.;.'latest, fasliion-platrs.,
instructions for,'accurate .self-measurement;, tape measure,
all free and'-carriagej'paid."' We 'dispatch your order .within
-seven days from'jreceipVand }iffyou do riot approve, return
the coeds, and we will refund -your money.   >,.'••
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Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia
.CUBE   ROOT.
Go
Do You  Know the  Method of Extracting It Without Pain?   .
Think of the inestimable value of
knowing bow'to extract cube root! Ah,
there is the priceless boon! Knowing
that has' saved us money many and
many a time, to say nothing of the
social blunders lt has assisted us to'
avoid/ 'Do I know yet how it was
done7 Certainly. 1 know Jt just" as
well as if it were yesterday that I studied it.' You take the 'number whose
cube root Is paining it so that uothlng
but extraction 'ciiu relieve It, put it
down on a piece of paper or ,on your
slate nnd divide it off Into periods of
three figures each. Write 4-11-44 "to
the left, multiply that hy IJOO. divide" il
by.something, then pour some*red luk
on your haiulken liief. toil'teacher you
have the no-'ehieed and go home.
That's,, the way I usually did IL No
doubt it-- Is done much the same wnj
by the Ingenious youth'of the present
generation.
Is there a successful man living today and holding up his head among
other successful men who ciiunnt pain
lessly extract the cube root without
giving the number an anaesthetic? If
so. he should he .-181111111011 of himself
lie Is a freak, and he attained distinction by a duke Some day the mud;
rakers will get to probing around, and
when they discover that he can't e\
ti'act the cube root of anything liH
career will be,endi'd and his gray Lin Irs
will sink in sin low- 'to a dishonored
jiin.son giown gutve. The jails and
asylums are filled with vacant fiicud
and craven hearted wretches wlm
neier learned the way (0 remove a
cube root, no matter if the number con-
(nhilng It was threatened with blood
poison. They don't know w lu>ilir>r In
run n horsehair loop down its throat,
as In (he case of gapes, or whether to
use tweezer';!.
Lot us try to Inipri»ss"upon our chll
dren— by   precept -the   Importance   ol
cube root  extraction,   but  let  us  have (     '%.,v
business   el.spwheie   In   ease   they   ask ' I,,
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(DepW-i), 60 & 62  CITY ROAD,'"LONDON,
' "'       ,,  ENGLAND. *•.--- ■•   ''
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AJdresscs >for" Pattern* : >
For Toronto and  East Canada:
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(DeptH81 S  74/76 Church <St., TORONl'O, ONTARIO.
' For Winnipeg and the'Vfcst'i    \ ■ •
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-,-v      Please mention this paper -    X    '"   " J Ss*    •
Worse-* Still.   - .      '- -     -
'A   I'^ifeshirc  golfer  happened  to  be
c.ught  By'his  minister  at    a    time
when the latter thought he wns-'most
.   . Keir  Hardie'c  Education
' An interesting little story i- iW
.«d to the model.of a ponl-i!iint> \"
shown by Mr. Keir ITardie'i t«1
likely to be by the bedside oMiTs'sick   thers at the -White City, /Unnrs
mother. Naturally-* conjecturing some
improvement in the invalid''*, condition, the clergyman interrupted "him
111 his game with the remark: "And
how's your mother today, John?"
'"She's no verra weel, but we're lower
TJoon wi' fie tae play, an' that's faur
waur!"  was  the staggering  response.
Sleeplessness.—   Sleep   is   tho   great
restorer and  to  he  deprived  of  it  is
• a  vital   loss.     Whatever   may   be  tho
.'ciiin-e  of  it,   indigestion,   nervous  deli iingement  or  mental   worry,    hy    a
icouioo of  Pannelee'.s  Vegetable   fills.
Hy   icgulnting   flic   action   of   the  stomach,   vrheic   (he   troubl"     lies,   Ihey
will   icslnio nornlfil  conditions      and
healthful   sleep   will     follow.       They
exiMt, a sedative force uporj flie nerves
and whoie thcic is unrest they biing
rest.
"Tli.d snohhiih fellow declines he
has been presented at court. He nays
hi- was presented hy a grand  lord.""
""duch more likely lie was |ni"-t*nt-
od by a grand juiy."— Haliimorc Ani-
fiicfin.
us to show them  How.--Strickland   \V
Gillilnn In Chicago News.' ?
mmmm
aem
Mrs. Hix—I don't take any stock-
in these faith cures brought about by
the  laying  on   of  hands.
Mrs/Dix—Well, I do: I-cureo my,
little boy of the cigarette habit that •
way.—New York  Globe.,
L'f-Sr,
Sfcvfi.
■ ut**.
"W
A Genuine Grouch.
A certain farmer- noted for constant
complaining was met hy a'friend; one
morning.''-'. :
"Fine weather. .lames." said the  lal
ter. '■' ','■'•.'' '•
"For   them   as   ain't   got   to   work."
was the response.
"Your farm looks In fine .condition.".
"To them's us' ain't got to dig in it."
"Well, Jinnies. Tin glad your wifeV
better."     !• '■'•.-    .
"Tlieni as don't have to live with her
may be!"—London  Family  Herald.
is     your
huttonf.?"
SuffrngeUo
dear,
enguc to havi
_"Yes."
" "Well go ahead and join. T need
one-of the :buttons on my.', trousers^
right no\V.;"—TjPhiladelphia. Ledger;- "
The   throe   brothers   were  roil til
nt Motherwell and  Hamilton, inSl
land.     William   worked   \>ith "'f
Keir";  in   fact, tlie  model shoflj
identical   work, that the Lahor:
her did when, as a boy of •<*■•••']
out to earn   his own  living   TbT
hire   M.   P.   worked  as  a "trtrf*!
and, as his  brother Willnm "f*
fid,  it was  during  these  l'">ng.
solitary     hours     that    "ifhn
taught himself how to write   *f
oi   whitish 'rock   fell   from the'
"John  Keir"   noticed   that if*!
fairly 'flat,   smooth   surface J" T
blackened"'with   smoke.    Hei'M"
^ar   he   carried   a   sharp pnuitdi''I
implement   with   which   '" r*'"*f|
wick of his lamp.    On t1"'Vi.kl
that covered the piece of reii"
orionsly traced   wilh   thi"
tho   lettora   of  hi"   nnri"
mufl
Not  Always  Infallibl'
"This   hotel   has   l.>*.'ii   nui-'M
more than twenty years" n'"~v'"t'l
clerk of n'hosl.'lry i" rei'U ti>J,|
of a new patron.
"Well, well!" mused I'"-1'f'^
cumstantial evidence c":!:*inl^L
five. A moment ago I'll 1,in , ja
lag to   wnger  (hat   the linlrbrn- j
there: in  the Inviitory
over ; fourteen    years
:VV«ckly^ ■''':■■ ■-"•;.'■-
wn/i not'
-ild.
ufl-ij-i
^ih
Tn»Y
_t'ons. Sold onl
,iy
V/.    N.    U.    No.   709.
The Rubicon.
The, Rubicon \\-.m the smiill stream
sepaniting aiieleni Italy fiom Clsiiiplne
Gaul, the provinec which imd been
allotted to Caesar- When Cai-sar cross;
ed this stream at the bead of an armed
force he passed beyond the limits ol
hts own province and legally became
an invader of Italy.
Here's a Real Summer Delight*-
with milk or cream and fresh'fruits.      Discard 'heny.vn<.yl
and try this    NATURAL   diet for ,a time I
energies  will   increase    and your spirits revive
fool?
N0URI5H-NG
.       SOLD
WITHOUT   BEING
BY ALL GROCERS.
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THii     LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
'HYSfCAL WRECK   0CEAN AN enormous pool
(s&f&iZ* h?tf.y&$0'
v3$
BENE ST. JEAN.
Resident',?of< Ottawa V 'i *
iFinds Relief'in Pe-ru-na'
Rti.-et, Ottawa, Can., wn't<,8: -
Iholieverl a.year ago that' J could
^anything. _ worked,hard, kept
jlar hoars   and did   not., mind
lai* of a.few. monUi,  but in-si-.
fe»f(had  changed  toja physical
jght bottles  of Peruna    brought
I my strength.*'  v      ,   ,*■     <    „. '
v'iP'^ar^,,(?' 503"AV.,H6 fet.;
^ Qrk City, formerly ;one of the
ig -druggists , of ..Prescott  .Ont'
r^iPr,>r£qd wilh°'a twenty-five
piedal/)f-Honor in Odd Fellow--
[ Ho, writes,, as .follows,: \ , .
K-or since.»!_ have, been-handling
b fV 'TeM h^ ■V>'^. trade,
[of selling; them- iVe,' ■ arid it
fails   to   bring  additional' cus-
, J. -    ...   _l> 1,3."' ,    an?
jhave nothfng>b"etler for- catarrh
11 of its various '-forms.' As 'a
llibld remedy -Hit- is'' without eom-
] splendid 'for /mothers. and' »x-
H , for /children.'', ' \--: ' .__'„_"■
Retort- Courteous. ~" ' '<
i London auction room' two inch
Idioputing, the possession of a pic-
W ." celebrated;English painter.'
represented an ass..;Each seem-
febTinmed^io outbid l*'tlie other.
By «'iui of^ them '.said.:
i>- dour sir, "'it' is of-.no use.' w]
Snot give in. 'The'painting'oncf
fccd to my,grandfather; and I'in-
tto have, it.'^'r " .„-*■ , ,., ,
l. in (hat eaVe/' Irep'lied tho rival,
ly. ' f.will, give.it, up."- "I think
kre entitled to it ifrit is one 6i
family portraits." At* which there
fcre.it laughle,r.-~Tik-Bits..   *--   *
B ' -   '      .  t£     - *  - *'■.    v*"*/
&■*- •*•■*. j ►     - -W l*1
1.011—Do .you' > believe   tliat   "ah
lit'n (neerls it}/a >voice*/'?.*'*' „•. ,
"hers-Sure.  „But fit's'^"lifiercni
bjc-eball 'Umpire." Ho doesn't
fv-n a voice.■ All he1, needs is n
i"»r.-    Look ,af Sheridan.—
tjo Tribuno>'''-\i  '   ■ '*?->'" 'i
" C_»  *        A -,    ^.4'J-'
liriller — Slow Whiter—Have ' 1
Px'.'ii in the , country,-^ir? -Xo
f\\iiv do  you   ask?",   ■"' <> *-
fd Customer—T was just > fhink-
:-«   thrilling you'd find it to sit
fence .-md  wich  'the tortoise?
hy.~-[>ick-Me-Up.       ,
Winds and Currents Keep  It Moving
Round and Round.
. The  discoveries  Of modern  science
have  revealed   monsters of  the  deep
as terrific as,any that ancient'fancy
created and have shown  that oceans
are not mere wastes of water, but the
homes   of   an   astounding   variety ' of
living.things    More than this, it has
been discovered  that ihe seas  themselves have, each a sort of law of, existence which they obey.   The hydro-
„graphic oflice nt "Washington has for
years been trying to,learn something
of the characteristics of the Atlantic
ocean' as   a   great   moving   bo'ly   of
wntei by means of bottles containing „
papers,   which   have   b-jen   dropped
overboard    from    vessels   "in    many'
places  to  drift  at the mercy  of the
winds and waves. ' *
Many of these bot.tles ' have -been
found and picked up again either in
the open sea or -on shores where they
had stranded.  , p       ,' • ,
Knowing from its records where
the bottles had been thrown overboard, the bureau has been able'to
trace in a general way the path,they
must have followed in order to, reach
the places where/they were' found.
' Jieing partially filled with air and
then "secureljr corked, the bottles float,
on tho surface Of the water' and go
wherever tho winds and.the currents'
of the sea carry them,, Each' bottle
contains ar record' 'ol -the" place and
date, of, iU starting. Some of those
found have floated for many months
on tho'" bosom of the,, Atlantic and
traveled, .thousands/ of "miles. %
"It  has  been ' Ascertained   that" bottles "droppbd  overboard   between  ihe
'shores of the U;iitod;;States and England >or' France  generally  travel   toward" the    northeast/1, ■ following    the
course of that great .river in the ocean
called the gulf stream.   Bottles started (off(thc coasts r of, Spain  or,, Africa
travel   , westward ' until   they   arrive
among the West India islands. Along
the ""European side  of the ocean "the
bottles  take-.a .southerly  enrse  and
along the American "side ^a northerly
'course.' '    ,'-'-•'■     , .    r'  ,*     <
r'5Thus as/a result of winds and" cur-
rents'.the lyhole 'Atlantic is>jshowfi* to"
be ,-slowly 7'circulating  'around 'and'
around, like an enormous'pool." This.
..-..-.. n to'      fn.      IV,;        „l„i;«n    '(U'„l     ';..„•.„-'•
THE HINDOO   FAKIR.
the merits
oi   Celluloid
Starch
and  t,o
c o n fi -
d e n t
once
you
have
tried
it you will use no other kind, that \i_ will
&end you a large   package  free.      Send
your name,,and .address  on a post card.
When you're In _. hurry you can't btarcii
your linen with common starch— cooking
■r._„- '—'       rubbing  it   in   takes  more
takes time ■
time^—so does a sticky iron.
c
, Never-Sticks.   Requires no Cooking;
The B.-»otford Starch Work*. l_inited, Bnatiart, C-nad.1
" A precaution. ■     ,
A riiim should always take hi.s hands
out of hiVpockefs before telling hi?,
boy that stunding with the hands in
the'jioekets is' a loafer's tn'ck.—Som-
urville. Jpurmil'. ,',       ,
Used according to directions, Dr.
J 1). Kellogg'a Dysentery Cordial -,yi!I
affoid relief in' the most acute foirn
of summer-"complaint., Whenever the
attack 'manifests itself no time should
be lo.bt in seeking the <aid'of'the Cordial. ,Jt will act immediatelv on the
-Htorrinch and intestines and allay the
irritation-and jtain.- 'A tiial'of-* it-
will convince anyone of the truth of
these ,assertions. i, ' •
the    milk   man.
accounts' for the , stories 'that "were
current in Europe hundreds of years
ago of strange objects of human manufacture having' floated' from .the new
rto1-tho old worlds thus'giving a. clew
to the existence of undiscovered lands
across tlie sea. J <*    A     '•< ,'? ■ o
Mistress—Ja  that
Sarah?,"     '    -
Maid—Yes, ma'am.   -
'   Mistress—How  much  milk did you
take ?     t ■>  "    < „    _   •    *• ,
Maid— Please, ma'am; /he only
'came to ask jrne to go out to tea with
him.—Harper's  Weekly.
a  *'•       - '■ ~ _
'Your 'dining .room and "kitchen^ can
he .kept free-from flies bv using Wilson's Fly; Pads' as .directed on each
package. , Oct tins genuine Wilson's;
no'-.other, fly .killers icompare" with
them. .„.,-,-   l
His Patience and Skill In the Bag and
, Spear Trick.
The feat known as the bag and spear
trick has been considered one of the
greatest of the IjUudpo magielan's art.
In this trick, says a writer, (lit* Hindoo
fakir has his assistant gei into a -jack,
the mouth of, which he unnlj secures,
and then unceremoniously hurls Ms
helpless victim (o the ground Without a sign of warning the f.ikli drhea
bis "bpeur through the teiHei of (he
bag. ■;-,   ,. ,,
After \vltli(h-a wing'his weapon upon
the'point of i-birb'no blood stu'lu „p.
pears, the fakir stands ,aud gazes
dreamily over the beads of the spectators. The body 'within the bag floun-
dors about as if ia 'mortal agony. At
last, when6tlie occupant is apparently
dead, the fakir again plunges his spe.ir
Into the motionless (body. The same
a ii tips are repealed. Then the faUr
releases his nitfiidant, from the t»iK.
and lie,steps out without-a scraicu
upon his hodjv
Although thejtriek is peiformed with
all the carelessness imaginable, it call*-
for more'patience,'sl;lll and exactness
than any of'the so called black arc
achievements. .From the''time the nt-
tendant enters the bog both fakir and
assistant count every breath they tab-..
When a stated number of breaths, tiai'e
.been taken the faS;Ir makes Ids thrift
and the occupant In the bag Is |n.^
pared to avoid it Then the count i,e-
gfns-agaln, and at the proper tImt*(ti)o
spear is driven .through (he bag a
secoud'tiuie. In order to evade "the
spear and' mnke , it appear to pa-s
through, his body,, the assistant doubles
up in'nc sma.Ha form as possible    tils'
FNESS CANNOT BE CURED'
iil, applications, as they cannot
■J,'1"-'  (1*&e*l-5<-,fl-  portion    of • thr
IJhcre is only one wav to cun
h"». nnd thnt i3 by constilulional
lies.    Deafness is caut-ed' by an
led   condition   of    the    mucous
j of the Eustachian,Tube.   When
libc is inflamed you have a rum-
Hound   or    imperfect     hearing,
fhen   il  is entirely close'd, Deaf-
J-s the result, and unless the in
JaMon. can   be1 taken , out.   and
tibe restored to its normal con-
liearing will" be destroyed for-
[nino ci_Tbs out of ten are caus-
Catarrh,- which is nothing but
flamed condition of the mucous
Bes.- " e   °
(will give One Ilundicd Dollars
i y case of  Deafness,, (caused   by
|li)   tliat   cannot ube    cured     fry
Catarrh   Cure.     Send   for  cii-
f'ree.
CHENEY  &, Co.v  Toledo, '0
by  Druggists,' 75o.      '        . _
Hall's  Family  Pills  for  con-
Son.
'     ^'A   flare   Nobleman.     •' ,    '     '
^ The. Arnericaif', father", of the heiress
greeted  the • count' who. .was a suitor-'
for-her hand with'dignified,frigidity.
' /'Sare," '  said ' ,the    count,"   i'your
'daughter has done m6 ze hbnnaire of
consenting to be my wife., I, arnf called to complete ze,negotiations." ,- ,
A   ".All right,"; wearily said the father.
"How -much of, a cash settlement do-
you expect?','   .   " - ' •   ' ' ,    . „'.-   •
-' /-'Nossi'ng,J sare." ''    >*j   u     ,   .'. •
: _ ".What!   JHowmuch will Iihave to
paj- for your, racecourse,debts?" ', •
-"Nossing, sare; I do not gamble."
., ''How'/much will I have to nut,nip'
to'  settle' breach - of   promise' cases'
brought by/chorus-girls?"
", "Nossing'.-sare;'I do, hot/flirt.," ■ .-
.   "How much will I have to ,pay to.,
rebuilds your 'castle?"*.-?     ;'' ,>„'"' "j(' '
=r"Nopsingr,sare; it is. in'fine.repair."
..J'"But. there*mugt he some expense
.forme-  'Out with"it."„   '. *   IP-    .-   '.
-it^l'No, *sare,  nossing;' I .simply loye,
your, daughter arid she-loves me, and ,
we^wisfcf'to* be married.1   Is not1 zat
enough?    Is it not enough lo ask you
to  give ■• me- your   daughter ,. wizzout
your expecting, to——" ^    ,
""Come to" my jlrms!" exclaimed
the-American father, and.tried to fall
upon the neck of the delightful count.
But he awoke on,the floor, having
tumbled from the bed as a finish to
his amazing dream.
„?J'0,_,^orUl Repenting.—Kind Lady—
But,that isn't' the same story you
told me-the last, time vou were'here
,*.?■*£ Hobo—Course.it ain't.' Youse
dirJn t* believe de udder one.—Chicago^ News. ' "
n.-j,TrxiTe-UTawii-trp_<ilo"se.'",vith the diln
resting upon'(he, knees "and the arms
.folded  round the  lower, limbs ncr<.vV
tho shins.   'When fn this position   .it'
the  fiftieth. breatfi,H-tbe "spear -pa^es
under,the  attendant's  arms   between
the-abdomen and the thighs. '
' The slightest miscalculation'*by eft her
the fakir or his'assistant-would mean
a serious -if not 'a  mortal  wound 'tor
one and an unheard of/dlsgraee foi die
other.   ■       ,-,.-'<
That fakir and attendant are able *o
to train themselves to breathe in' perfect, unison while giving one of the<!e
performances,, when the slightest,va i m-
tion-fo time'by either would be'fatal,
is certainly wonderful.
„   .SOUVENIR   FANATICS.   ,
Backache,
Kidney Pain
Paint in the small of the back.
Thete's  no   mistaking  this sign  of
kidney trouble.
Other indications are frequent urination, pain or smaiting when-passing water, , deposits in the urine,
headache  and   loss  of  flesh.
Dr., A.   W.    Chase's    Kidney-Liver
Pills  overcome  kidney , derangements
more  promptly  and  thoroughly than
any   treatment you 'can ' obtain    because   of  their" combined   and  direct
action on diver and 'kidneys.
This letter to 'prove our  claim:
Mr.   Kob.   P. JMiller,   farmer;     St.
Marys,  Ont.,   writes;— "£  was troubled  with  &evere pains in  the abdomen, chills in the,-back, too frequent
urination   and  geneial  weakness--and
tired feelings.    There were 'brick dust
d'-po-its in my urine as well at other
ftvmptoniH .of    kidney   disease.   ' Dr.
Chase's''Kidner-Liver , Pills    relieved
tbet-f.* symptoms   a I mo-it   immediate!/
nnd with the use of Dr. Chate's Nerve
rood   iny   health   was - icstored   completely." '        '
" 2,-) cents a box at all dealers or Fd-
manson. Bates  &,-Co., Toronto.
D£-*_-W. Chased
Kiclney-
Liver Pills
PSYCHIC   FORCES.-
A   HINDOO'S  TOILET.
Curious    Morning   Scene   In   an   East
Indian Compound.
All over the compound, from veran-
Jas and  "go-downs," forms are  seen
rising from sleep,, each one "wrapping
the drapery of his couch about him,"
with no idea in doing so of conforming
to any standards urged  upon the attention of the race by Mr. Bryant, but
for  the simpler if less poetic reason
that,these draperies constitute his bedding hy night and' his nether garment
by day.   But do not make the mistake
of thinking that because' the requirements   of   Ihe   Hindoo's   costume   are
scanty  his  toilet  is   therefore a  perfunctory  matter.    Follow  him  to the
well.    The chances 'are that you  will
never drink water again, but you will
obtain   knowledge.    On  the  brink  of
that great yawning hole in the ground
known as the compound well,  whose
sides aro of stonCaiul whose steps lead
you .down to the. water's.edge, behold
the   "males"  of   the   compound.     Divested   of   the   draperies   already   referred ,to and in 'attitudes' ranging all
the way from the pose of the "Disk
.Thrower" lb that of the most resolute
squatter upou'a 0westera, claim, they
are lined" up In' a row 'from the top of
the'step's to the bottom.   In the hand
of each is a chatty,'and one and
are engaged in' the offices of the morn
WINNIPEG MAN CURED
OF RHEUMATISM
\
Remarkable Case of Cure Aftea
Specialists Failed.
I?'
Winnipeg,   Man.—A   prominent   rest-.
dent of this City, who for personal rea-
eoas does not wi_h his name ment'oned
publicly,  but who permits us to show;
l.is, letter to interested enquirers, writes
to   „ay   th_t   he   was   suddenly   taken
with excruciatinjj pains ia the Lack and
Hide,   v-„:cli   v/.rp   pronouaccd   hy   hia
physicians  as  .Tilicu.natism.   Hot applications were  at  onco r._ort-.-d  to,  the
usual   medicines   adrr-'nistcml,   Bu'pple-
mentr-d by electrical treatment, but all
*    ,no  PurP°se.    In   hia  desperation   he
too_: Gin Pilla on his cwn account, and
in a few hour3 after taking the fir.b
Pril   the  pajns   commenced  to  subside.
He   continued   taking  them   and, in' 48
hours ho had not an aciio or a piit left.
Cia  Pills  arc   sold  at   50c a  box—-Q
for  $3.00.   Send  to  ui  if  vour dcalcc
does not handle them.   Sample box fre*»
if you mention this paper.
Dcpt, N V., National Drug'& Chemical
Co., Limited, Toronto.       ,. ng
any
t'
other
The  peibun -wno   nuys   .....      	
tea always hopes it will bc/'as good"
as,"Salada." ■> , _.
., ".^nidas," sam mr. jicekton's wife
will,yon mind the baby for awbileE."
"Certainly, Henrietta." J mind everybody else around the" house. ~ I
don't see why, I should make any exception '(if the baby."—' Washington
Star. ' \ T   -f    '       .   ,
-■tider who writes all this cheer
inlosophy?"
fi not certain, but I think it if
i bv the men who have nothing
'iy them."—Detroit Free Press.
Vocal Vases. t
' The ancient Peruvians musts have
understood something of the laws" of
atmospheric pressure, else how could
they have constructed some of the
very curious jars and vases they left
behind them? ' One of these pieces
of pottery was ornamented with the
figures of ,two monkeys, and when
water-was poured into or out of the
vessel sounds like - the screeching of
monkeys were heard., Another similar vessel had the figure of a bird,
which uttered appropriate notes;
another, was ornamented with a cat
which mewed, and another with
snakes, which hissed. "A most ingenious water jar bore the form of 'an
aged woman; upon whose cheeks
tears were seen to trickle, while sobs
were heard.1 when vrater-was poured
from the jar.        - ■•    ■     '      "
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere
*' Patient—The exarniiiation seems to
have delighted you, doctor. I judge
fro_uJy>our; happy, /countenance" that
you can .save my*life'. '  „   -'        ,_*
,* Dr. 'Saw-bonnes—I cannot promise
you that, " -but Ave must, perform a
number of most-interesting operations
on you.—Kansas City Journal.
Minard's Liniment  Coa .Limited.'
Gents,—A customer of- ours cured a
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VILANDE'FPERES.
Ashley—Do you have much variety,
in your boarding houw?
Seymour—We have^ three different
names for the meals.—Smart Set.
Nothing   Is  Safe   From Those  Afflicted
-   v- ,  With'the Craze..
In these enlightened days anything
from the'limb of a tree to a table niip
kin Is liable to be carried away as a
souvenir. ,
1 Ji ■ western girl .with a .well defined
case of-the souvenir habit, sojourning
in New York,1 was dining at a fashion"
able, cafe and, being prepossessed in
favor "of^ the' cunning pewter cream
pots (witti whicli the tables.-were, supplied, calmly carried one away, in" her
muff. Can you'Imagine her self valuation when^uppn examining her prize"
liiter on she discovcred.carved 'across
the hpitom, "Stolen from. M.'s?"   ,    *'
A rittsburg bachelor, wandering into
-a restaurant, caihe upon, a" friend just*
seating^himself wiili two ladles. - 1 he
■ bachelor was invited to join "the party,
'did so. and at tlie end of'the luncheon
Insisted  upon  paying the costs.    The
bill being wrong, he went to the cashier's desk to personally adjust the discrepancy, where he was Informed that
the   extra   charges   were   for -/spoons
which the ladies had put in thefr band
bags. *  And that was the first time he
had ever met them!
Upon the occasion of the  presentation  of a handsome silver service  by
one of'the United States to a  batlle- High   Finance,
ship   which   was  being  christened   in        The   excursion   train   was   crowded,
her  honor an  elaborate  banquet  was J and the man In the center of the car
Their Existence' Proved, Yet Scientists
/    'Cannot  Grasp  Them.  ■>   ,
I have;seen imough to make me believe   in   Zollner's   fourth   dimension,'
but I don't'  My mind is so, constructed
that, such   wonders  'as   we   meet   In
seances  produce .very-little effect on,
me.    Tbey are as normal  to me now
as the popping of corn or the, roasting,,
of potatoes.'   But, as  for-belief—well,'3
that is* not a matter of the* will, but of
evidence, and th'e/evidenee is not yet
sufficient to1 bring me to any,,definite
conclusion.    In fact, in the, broad day
and'especially  the second day after'I
have   been   through 'one  of these experiences' I begin  to doubt, my senses
Itichet speaks of this curious recession
of'belief'and admits his own .inability
to retain the conviction that at the'moment of the phenomenon was,complete.
"No sooner is the sitting over than my
doubts come swarming back upon me,"
he. says.    "The'real  world which surrounds , us;   with    its   prejudices,   its
scheme of habitual opinions, holds us
in  so   strong   a   grasp   that   we   can
scarcely    free    ourselves    completely.
Certainty does.uot  follow on  demonstration, but on habit" i,
Maxwell   says:<- ,"I   believe'In   these
phenomena,  but I  see\ no need to at-o
tribute,them to any supernatural inter-18
vention.    1  am inclined  to think,they
are produced by some force within ourselves."    Just what he means by that
1  can't precisely explain.    It's  harder
to understand  than  the> spirit bypoth-
,esds.   Ete'goes on to say that, while ho
,is certain that we are in "the preseuce
of an unknown force, he is convinced
that the phenomena whTultimately ,be
, found orderly,  like all  other facts or
'nature. '  "Some*  future "New-ton „will
discover a'more complete formula 'than
ours," he prophesies.   ."Every  natural
(fact1 should   be'studied  and,  if  it  bo
teal, incorporated in the patrimony of
hig bath. ,And their tub is the well
The brimming chatties are passed up
and the empty ones down, legs are
curried, feet are scoured, teeth are polished with charcoal and stick,' throats '
aro gargled,' noses trumpeted, and, in
short, the whole man receives such a
• washing  and  splashing,   such   a  rub-
'bing and'scrubbing,' such a molishing
and polishing, as deaves nothing to bo
desired except In connection" with the
nweIL\ Tliis latter consideration, how-'
ever, is one that does-not disturb the
.Hindoo, who,'priding himself upon being externally'the' cleanest, platter in
tho-,universe\ devotes, but little thought
-to the inside of the dish.
His ablntlons"and'-those of his col-
i       Seagulls of Auchmithie..    <J
all j    In the fishing village of Auchmithie
ra- /you may fiequenfly  witness tenpiillr;
(lying into  ihe houses of the "fisher
men and paj taking of food from their '
band->.   One of these *>ca birds was in
the habit of (-laying jp a fisherman's
house all the year round except at tlie ■
hieerling sc.i-.oii, 'when il left.    About'
a fortnight  ago,   while the gull was
away,    the fisherman      removed   lii-5
I.orne some three and a   half   miles
from the former,-place. ,      .'    •   r    <
The'fishe'rman never expected to see
his old friend the gull again.' It was ^
therefore, much to his   astonishment
,that he beheld on a'recent Sunday the
sea  bird  come walking .into- his new ■
residence' with   stately    steps 'to ,re- B
sume his old familiarities and household ways.—London Spectator. ,
There   may.  be   other rcorn    cures, ,,
leagues concluded, he fills his chatty Dut Holloway's Corn Cure, stands at
once more from the pure fountain be- /the-head of the lis f so'far as, results
low, lifts it- b,gi-=-'n tlafair, throws his/ are concerned.* ,       *"
head back and with unerring aim pours
the crystal libation in one long, steady
stream down his open throat, skillfully'
poised to receive anil conduct It to his
germ proof interior. This done, his'
draperies are resumed, and he departs
to his work.     *   > '      ',
Suddenly, as'out of a catapult, the
sun,leaps upv,frotu behind the eastern
hills, and day is 'at hand.—Mary JAna-
bel Chamberlain in Atlantic.    '
A, STORY -OF   MILLIONS:
The
Fortune
Way    One   Man iHad   a
'Thrust Upon Him.
A story "is told'of how ther reluctant
giving bfji 'promissory note by a penniless -_\"ew—xbrk-iawyer-Drought a fortune into his pocket amounting to sev'
eral   millions.   The   man   referred   to,
John M.,Bixby, went to New York In
1S30 from  a, backwoods'district as a'
half starved lawyer.  To' pay $4 a week
for board and washing kept him on the
verge of bankruptcy.   lie struggled ''on
, for a year or two and was constantly'
seeking odd jobs outside of the law to
enable him   to exist when "'a  friendly
lawyer in   whose   office  he, had  desk
room called him aside one 'day.
' "Here Is a chance for, you, Blxby,"
said the' lawyer.   "1 have an estate to
The hobo had just finished dining.
"If' j-ou  will excuse me," he said to,
tlit kind lady. "T will, now leave- the \
the table."And after his departure the ?
k.   1.. discovered   that   the   table  was
about all he had left;—Chicago Daily ,
News. -    ,
Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Dandruff.
Bray/s Mythical Vicar.     ,
"It is curious'to reflect that there are
scattered about the .world many scores
of   places^ whose  cliief' claim   to  distinction ^consists   in   their 'association   '
with    some    famous    ditty   or   other.
Take, for example,, the village of Bray. a
in   Berkshire,  always  associated  with!
the -world   famous   "Vicar"of  Bray." *-■
The most curious'part of.the business'
Is that, though .Fuller, in his "Worthies   '
of   England,"" asserts' that" the  cleric  ■
who is the hero of the song was one
Simon■> Allcyn,   careful, search  of   the
parish registers has failed 'to*'sub'sthn-
tiate the story.—London Musical Home '
Ioucnn.1— .* J ,
. f, v.' j. 'ii¥
***■-;
•' '        '.A 5S?|
1   V
knowledge."     lie tbon_:idds,  wirlrthe J __tH    „,_     .      _.,_..,
true   scientist's    humble * aeknowleYlg, ff ^--""H-mnst f,et rid of the farm on
ment of the infinite reach of the undis
covered universe, "Our knowledge is
very limited aud our experience young."
—Hamlin '' Garland in '.Everybody's
Magazine.        , !
Sweet and palatable, Mother Graves'
Woun, Exterminator is ^acceptable to
children, and it does' its work surely
and  promptly.
[ifd  caused  that-awkward break
conversation?"
pii-une  dropped   the  subject,."--
put.
k   often   wondered."     said    tin-
-tful man, "why they throw old
.and -dippers after a bridal cou-
I thmk f see the idea now."
." answered  the other. -v
,   T   suppose  the   idea   is   that
wnioj in   handy  for  spunking
L'"-   m   the   future."—  Plnladcl-
.>ll".S.
9
v •_ i«
t-**^i
\en i on
\okeColdl.
way is to pay rib attention
; at least not until it de-1
Ps  into pneumonia, or
itis, or pleurisy. An-1
r way is to ask your doc-
bout Ayer's Cherry Pec-
If he
pich
says, " The best
t for colds," then take it.
he says, anyway.
ps
Wo publiih our formulu
W« banUti alcohol
froin our modioinot
Wo urea .you to
oounnlt your'
doctor
tj.,!'e. b°wels are constipated, poi-:
•hei„ S.ta?cesarc «bsorbcd into the
•siead of beinf-daily removed from
■fii_as "a,urc intended. Knowing
Wrtir1"' dof-'ors always inquire about
jP'hon of the bowels. Ayer's Pills.
^ Satisfied   With   Her   Work. -
-It was noticed that the woman
devoted many moie hours to mirror
gazing than formerly. "I can't tell,"
she said, with dreamy satisfaction,
"how many times I have caught
people, especially women, snapshot-
tine me  recently."
"I shouldn't bo so puffed up about
it if I were yon." said tho hruto of
a man. "It "wasn't your good looks
that attracted them, They were taking pictures or your dresses, so they
could copy the bast points in theii
own  clothes."
"In that en so." said the woman
after a moment's visible disappointment. "I feel more highly complimented than if they had photographed me. Nature is responsible f°r me.
but I designed  my  clothes myself."
Ancient H'gli Buildings.
In the Rome of tho Caesars trouble
was experienced -.nth high buildings.
A law was passed restricting the
height of fronts to sixty feet. In
order to evade it builders adopted
the puictice of currying up tho rear
portion covoinl stones more. Other
laws bjaiing on the hoighh. of buildings were p.iss»cd in olden times.
There was a tendency ■ to. .diminish
the height of "siinies as the buildings
increased in s'l.i'-e, and,'a. height- of
130 feet was pi'.'b.ibly at-tained.--.lt
is believed' UiMt.'the-ceilings.were so
low that a 'rami could not stand uptight'in .tl*'-*  '•'■■->-'*•*■
Merelya Sample.
"What is the matter, little boy?"
asked the professor. "Uave you tho
measles?" . -.'.-'..'';'■
"Nope," answered the boy.   "I've got
the measle.   They's only one or 'cm."
'   "That's   singular!"   mused   the   professor, j
S.ign of Precocity. '!
First Mngaxine Edltor-I believe my
youngster is cut out for li'n editor
Second Rditor- Why so?.. First• Eilltor
-ICvcrvthing ho gets his hands on he
runs   and   throws   Into   the   wastebas-
ket.   -■-.,'■'■     .-'■•'
, The Tarantula.
Whether the tarantula Is ever a
death dealer or not is a, disputed point.
However, (here seems to be no doubt
that the bite of this spider-like creature inflicts one of the most -painful
■wounds that'the human "body can endure. ,Stolid Indians, who have borne
the tortures of the-sun dance without
flinching have been known to roll upon
the ground and shriek in agony when
bitten by a tarantula, which leaves a
livid scar that never grows dim.' It 13
possible (hat the tarantula bite sometimes proves fatal, although it is difficult to find a well authenticated instance   of  this   kind.
served aboard ship, at which the service was used. Society came en masse
from the town near which they were
anchored, and after the function was
over there were not enough forks and
spoons with which fo lay the tables.
And yet these souvenir fanatics would
draw their moral skirts aside foi four
of contamination with a real thiof.—
Bertha Reynolds MncDouald in Bohemian Magazine.
. He Diin't Care.
' A Georgia man tells of the" meeting
of a negro "literary society" In that
state. kDuring fheconsidoration of the
business part of (be'club's programme
some one had proposed that the regular time of meeting be changed from
Tuesday to Friday, and this proposi
tiou provoked much disputation-Tinal-
ly, the-president of the, society being appealed to for his opinion, that
official declared with much gravity:
"Membahs of do s'ciety, pussonaily,
now, pussonaily. I don' care which
night de s'cioty meets, but fo' m.ise'f
r prefers Tuesday."—St' Paul Pioneer
Press.
knew it would be impossible to get oui
through the jam to get something to
.eat without losing his seat and perhaps missing the train. He looked
longingly at the restaurant across th«
tracks and, seeing an urchin sitting on
the iron pipe near by, he called him
over, saying: "Here, son, take this
quarter and run over to that restaurant aud get me a sandwich. Aud i
get yourself one," ^he called after ths
ho J'.
"You are crazy," said the excursionist beside the man. "You'll never see
that kid or your quarter again."
And as the train whistled at the moment he feared it would be true. Just
then, however, the boy came out of th^.
restaurant with a large fat sandwich
in his hand. The train was moving as
he handed up the change and then,
taking a huge mouthful of the sandwich, he called to the departing man
with the hunger:
"They only had one left.    Thanks!"
Even Buds. Grow Old.
According to a government botanist
at Wnshiuglon. there Is reason to be-
Heve that buds share hi the growing
old of the pin ent plant. He illustrates
his meaning In this way: Suppose the
average life of an individual plaut—
say a tree—to be 100 years; then a bud
removed when tho parent plaut is fifty
years old will also be virtually fifty
years of age and If transplanted by
grafting will be able to live on tho
graft only (ifty years more.
A Safe Pill for Sufferers.—There are
pills tliat violently purge and fill the
ntomach and intestine.-- with pain
Parinelce's Vegetable Pills arc mild
and effective. They aie puiely vegetable, no mineral purgi:ive ••nleiing
into their composition and their
effect is soothing and beneficial. Tiy
them  and   bo  convinced.    Thousands
She Knew.
Applicant—No. ma'am; I couldn't
work In a hou«e where there woic chil
dreu. Mrs. Keophoiise—Rut we advertised for a girl wbo understood children^ .-'Applicant—1- do.'.understand 'em.
ma'am. That's why 1 won't .work
where they are.
Fish  Food and National Greatness.
There  is not  the smallest  reason  to
suppose   that   a   moat   on ting    nation
would be superior either in intoWeot or
physique to a fish eating one.    U'e as
a race were never stronger than when ! can attest their great, cutative quah-
we fed on fish to such an e-neut thai ■ ties   because     thousands     oue    then
the careful guanlvin of. the newly on   ,' health and  strength  to timely ut.e ot
tered apprentice commonly  Inserted  » , l,,IS most excellent  medicine,
clause   in   his   in ictiturps   stipulating
that he was not ro be required  lo en*
salmon  more than three days a week
—London Globe.
the north side of the cifyT'Tt is ap-
, praised at $200. You can have it at
that figure."      . ",
"I'have not a dollar to my name,"
exclaimed Bixby. r
"You can give me your note, and I
will renew it uiitil you get ready to
pay It," replied the lawyer.    '
The young man hesitated for some
time.  He was .very nervous about pla'c
Ing   himself   under  obligation   for   so
large   a   sum,   but ,finally, consented.
Young Bixby  had to ask for the renewal of his note two or three times,
had to deprive himself of the necessi
ties of life to hold the'farm until the
opening of the Erie canal and the first
lighting of the city  by gas gave the
metropolis a new birth and his farm
was quickly swallowed in the growth
At the time of his death Bixby's prop-*
erty "was worth $7,000,000.   Today its
market value is more than $13,000,000.
—National Magazine.
Human  Nature. ,      -    i
An   old   maid's   love  affairs, of   her
youth ' grow  big in t proportion  to  her
years. ^ By  the  tirhe  she is  fifty she
thinks she was the most popular girl
In town and tries ,to make every other
-one believe __,_ was.once'beautiful and
attractive.     ' „—-   jy
A woman wonders ivhy her next-door,
neighbor does not punish her child for
putting his sticky fingers on her porch
chairs," while she will allow her own
child to jump unmolested on her neighbor's flower bed3.
f -■'" J'|
■* *i*i
*
!-''„
Mr. Lincoln's Brevity.
A historian  recalls the fact that in
Mx. Lincoln's speech to the notification
committee   at   Springfield   there   were
139 words and In his formal letter of
acceptance  there were 134 words.   In
his speech of  acceptance to the com
wittee In Washington in ISG-f there are
I9C words, and in his letter of accept
anco there are 200 words.   But let us
remember that there were no typewrit
ers In those dajs, and such a thing as
a phonograph had not been dreamed of
Beating a Retreat.
"What is ncces-.,iry when you wish
to beat a retreat?" asked up old mill
(*iry man nt Fort Washington.
"J : suppose you'd , have to retreat
faster than t'he.Other fellows." was the
reply that came after some deliberation. ' .' ::"'.-'i /■'.'■■.
In  Hottest  Ever Weather.
Tho optimist crew thought fill.
And.his words were sadly utto,
"The world-Is growing., bet'tt'r
But the cllmate"s getting  -.verse!"
/-Washington Star..
"Ts Gladys pretty?"
"\\ hy, old man: she's almost as
piotty as her mother thinks she i-i.'
—II.n per"s Bazaar.
Diphtheria is spread by the
mon house fly Wilson's Fly
aie the best fly. killers known,
fuse   unsatisfactory, substitutes.
corn-
Pads
Kc-
Uncorrupted.
"I once spurned a bribe of $100,000,'"
said the orator, naturally evoking a
round of applause.
"Nay, friends, do not cheer," he con
tinned. "It is the duty of all to bo
honest Besides, the services demanded
*>y the br.izen scoundrel were worth
loublo      the      monev."
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Not the Suitor's Fault.
Fond Father (tiembhug with emo
don) — You are audacious! You arc
*ioartIess! She is my only child! Suitor
(Wishing to pacify)—But, my dear sir,
1'ou— er—_ou can't blame me for that
-'. Fiendish. -
Miss Passe—1 wouder what he meant
when he said my teelhwereiike stars?
Her Friend-1 think I see his point
Don't your teeth come out at night? •
Judge. • .' I.. '   ■ .-   ■   ..,.
Johnny's Lamb.    .
Johnny had a  llltlo. lamb.
Ills fleece was black ns night.
And ho could btitt to be»t the band.
For he was bulltto nght,
-Ht   Nicholas Mae-azina „.' ■
Religious Suicide.
A new and strange phase of religious
fervor seerus to'be spreading among
the Buddhist monks in Burma. It is
religious suicide. , The pioneer of this
mania was a. monk devoted to ecstatic
■meditation until the desire seized him
to be free fixim earthly passions. So
he repaired to.a pagoda and wrapped
himself!In thirteen [monastic robes besides' his own. having first saturated
them with', oil. He then sat cross
legged on a .bit of leather! lighted the
Steer a straight, course and let tho
ither fellow do the dodging. You'll
iind tho world1 wi'ling to stop aside for
i,fellow who knows where he Is going
- Man-us " , . ,    '
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L-.,
j -■  Shattered Hopes.
He (anxiously) - I understand yonr
father speaks very highly of me? She
—Yes. but he doesn't mean a word of
._„„...    _ _   .        It    He—Are you sure of that?    She-
oil and remained firm.>fervently pray- ■} Certainly.    He does.it just to torment
ing. As yoon as the smoke arose all
the monks and people near by,came
rushtaff np to him, but none thought of
putting the fire out or of helping the
unfortunate' man in- any, way. They
looked on-till. the. fire ended and then
carried the body away and gave It «
very flue funeral.—Stra««s Echo.
mother.
An Eyewitness.
"Have you any witnesses of the acci
dent?", asked   tho   Breutford   county
court judge recently.
"Yes," was (ho reply, "my uncle.   He
i Is not here because he is blind."—Lon-
flon Telegraph. i
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'lM.-rt-"'<^Lr.' -��/  1 * , 1 v:i * -I, * 11-  .Urtf.,'1.:;-^  1 ' i -1 'ti'tJ''.* .** #��� '*-  ���.OsS.**-?1"  !���'_������* >1'.'J *  -V-.VJI  PZMi i!  -   T*i-- v   ' -*-t* '.  ?>V(i- /:v..<. .��  .   |i .-'V- -"r'C   "*'  'tit.'^* fi *i ">!  r^-��?'4' 1  ���li-;'^'-^^  >ft>-) fc ��'.I (*���(���   I  '-*ir*.j��-����fer!j  ' ].s? +��� ;*J  i-fvl'^-^l  I r��*._".4i  '-iV-Vj  '.^.���^  ���'^^  TUB MGYIB LEADER.  |       *��The Blood Is The life."  )     Science   has   never  gone   beyond   tha  i alove simple statement of scripture.   But  lt has .illuminated that statement and  TLIE LEADER. W"���   BPTTTRffm*LmiBIA.  I. 0.0. F.  tVllitoy  Lode* >"'������  **���  P ibliuhed in iht* miert*Ut of thf juiopl^ 1 given it a. meaning ever broadening with  r      . ��� ��� ��� ,      th*   Jr)<;n!as*ng   breadth, of  knowledge.  of Jkloyje and Kast if no ten ay.        J When the blood h "'-ad- or impure it  jp. j; syytfii. yuyusurAi.  BATH,; OF    kUUCIUI'TlOS  Ilt'"'"' \ /  * .  �� ',  I      i. *'*,"'<���   i  I .-        ',  One Year  $2.00  SAfrjIlI}Ay. ppT, 10, loos.  This'is the day 'the gbpst waljka.  ii 'not   alone   th.e  body   which   suffers  through   disease.''   THq   brain    Is   also  clouded; -HtW  wind  and  judgement are .  efcect��d, a"na*Js4ny an ev|I deed or impure ;  tho'liBhtyQri,H^SHrepi|y'"if*ced  to  the I  }rnp_i*��7of tbeottx^ Fqvj.I impure blood j  can be mirli-   num   by   t,l|<��   .mr.   of   rir   , ,  , Fierce's, Qolden  Medical  Dliioqvery.    It I  tort.hA rind   nil mips   th,o  ldiTo^tKa-i>hy  curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and  other cutaneous affections,' as eczema,  tetter, or sajt-rhcum, hives' and other  ri__rJ testations "of impure blood.  pa .the cure of scrofulous swelling-, enlarged glands, open eating ulcers, or old  sores, tho " Golden Medical Discovery * has  performed th,*5 most*marvelous cures.   In  cues' orolcVsorcs, or open eating ulcers,  It Is well to apply to tho open sorca Dr.  Pierce's All-riealing Salve, whlch.~-pos-  Bcsses wonderful healing potency when  used as'an'appUc&tlon to the soros In conjunction with tho use of "Golden Medical  ���Discovery'* as a ,blood cleansing: constitutional   treatment.    If   your druggist,  don't happen" to have" the "All-Heallr:^  S&lve *.'In ���stock', you can easily procure it  *by fncloslng Dfty-four cents In postage  stamps to Dr. E. V. Pierce, COS Main St-,  ^uffalo, N. ^T., and It will corao to you by  return' post.' Mos,t, drugg,'is��s"keop"lt ut  ���woll as t_ie "Golden Medical Discovery."  ,      ��  /"��' .'    �� ,     ��'      .��        ��   ' '  .   .-Yoo can't afford toWcopt-jny rnedlalne  of \LTtiniovrnKcffii&$itiB>l as a substituto  ,f9r"��i^dertfMedical Discovery," which Is  0   medicine   oy    knowh   coMrosmcjTr,  'having a complete lis), of IngrcdlenS'.fn '  plain English on its bottlO-'wrappcr, the  sajne being attested as correct under oath.  " Dr. Pierce's',Pleasant Pellets regulprto  and Invlijorato stomach, yver and bowels.  M-">Us Tuesday evenings in McGrefcor  haU on   Victoria street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Henry Sait    .        F. J- Smyth,  Noble Grand. hecr ?���  Shoe Repairing  Mining Shoes  made to Order  NOTICE.' "'   i-  CRAN'.nOOI?,K  USD PJ$f#'W. pjBgRtQT 1 parlmeat,  Fishing Tackle  RODS, REELS, PLIES,  BAITS, LINES, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES,AND  TROOLS.  Greenheart rods from $3 to $13;  split bamboo from $1.00, to $5.75;  * fi      f ��  Lance wood 'rods from $2 to  $5  Trunk rods from $1 to $4.50.  ,'J " *    ' , " ���  MpYIE'.pRUG AND  STATIONERY   STORE.  , $40,000 is jthe amount of our  <p*7tyy:      ^ ���       ���      -  .Our now sidewalks aro coining  none to gQPP;'  ,���*-__��..��-.* ���  Not a caae of c.typhoid , fever  from Moyie so far ,ihis summe*.  'As' a healih' resort our town  stands at the head'of the list,'  i_     . ' j  * i   ' '  ,    It is a burning phame tb,at' ,the  -   i  ,'*  -; f' ', - ��� f -   *< ��� - <   -,' -  . ��oe-Spokano trains do_ not   stop  , ' at Moyie. Tliis is a thriving,  prosperous town and  furnishes a  ', ^romendo^s , amount of business  -annually for the railway l company.!   A    strouger   Q$otp  than j  ever should be made to .have this     y^KE'tioticcth-tCamiirian Miainit rompanv   particulars  i   ,.. ,-n  *T ���*,"���; ��� r       ���      y.iH'itted with hcwi omca,nt Hoyie, b. c. oe-1 puh!ic0of" ihe   thoroughness ,of" the  accenjodat^n,;^which   wo  aie  cllpBt,on-Ml'_InB company jyteno.>o 'apr-ly   Si8tera. Methods '6f'teaching.'>Terra6  ...I   j " for permission to purehaue tho following dcH-  -eqwiaa. -   , ,-..-. ...\_......   ���    ��� ���  ��� ���  -  St.   Joseph's' Convent.  ,' NELSON, B. C. , ���      -        Jl  . -y , i. ' '  'xJoarding and pay School .conducted by tlie Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelaot?  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty.^ Excellence and  swift  nrogress  cfcTaractehize' ea'ch' de-  Bt.'Kok**"0 I<<��dSC�� J*0* 3"**  K. of P.  "Meets evt-ry Thursday  evening    in   McGregor  hall fit 8 ('clock.   Visiting brothers invited.  H. CLiyesley, E. A. Hill  Chancellor Com.1 ' K. R.ftnd S,  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday eveninu.     Sojourning   member*  are cordially invited to attend.  Malcolm McNeill    Thos. E, Kelly  , President. ' , Secretary  Harvey, ^ McCarter  &  ,;    l Macdonald.    '   ;  ' *" '' !���' ���   '"   ' '     '       ... "   '  - Barristers, Solicitor's, Notaries, Etc.  Craiibrbol-..   -.  -    B. C.  W. F.. QURD,   "       '-;...  1 **" i- '  -     't    ' s ' "���  ' '\\ IJA-KKlSTKiCSOLICITOXt, KTO-  CRA.NBB.OOKr',     .   ..    '''    ', "B. C  Parents' should   write   for  .       ��� ,1  "One month "assures   the  .The morality de^artenant of the,  government has been passing ,on  the Calgary  Eye   Opener.     The  w*reiled" conclusion arrived   at is  * ii *    - J "  ' that everyjb'/ng appearing in   ifc  0      c is so that no o/fen?e  c in be taken.  ��� t ���5* t  " , Inother words,1 Bob. Edwaids does  oat give the people .the naked  truth.   He  clothes , his  ideas' in  -, - pyjamas, as it werp.  ���.  Aj^. .Qpen- Letter^  crlbed land*  Commencing nt a pbit riUiited on the Knit  boundary ofLot'-ftljiJ,'groups 1, Kobtenay ';D,is-  t'iot, B, C.'2l_'feer south U desraos'53 mlniHcs  Avo��t from the North En��t corner'of said lot  7Cfi2; thence'souih 19 degrees'53 minutes west  along Eait'boimdary of said lot 7062. 419.1 luet:  ibcnce EnM. ya teal to the high water n-t-jk of;  lower Moyie Lake, thence fonowfng tVii hlsh  water rnnrk o rib war Moyie Lake In a northerly  'direction a. distance of 410,2 feet more orilcsji  t.j point of commencement, containing 1.7ft  acres more or less. * '��� o     '  CAMBRIAN INNING   COMPANY. LIMITED.  (No:>,-rEr'So>.-\i.'_iAiHi.iTY) ,  0 '   ' Cha,". A. MacKa'y.'  Agent  DATE September, 30th. 1508."  ',  ihatyou are  //  ���fiahting  for  the    only cause  earth  wor��fc  .    J. H. ��� HawthoryvwAite, Socialist  member from Nanaimo, has writ-  -i'.;i ' - . - - '...  ten the following letter to a com-  ' * v '*"      l      l  rade in Nelson.  , The letter is self  i    i '  explanatory.  '   ,.     COPY,OF   LETTEK.  - " '��� Nannimo, B. C. Sept. 24,'1908.  fred Ogle, Secretary }. V/~ W.''  ,,��� Nelson, B. C"  Dear Comrade��� Yours of the IS  inst. duly- to hand,    i am glad   to  1 I***' .      '"    - '  hear fiom you and also to learn  still in the ranks  on  troubling abous:  With regard to tiie rumor circulated by Smith Curtis that he was  the real author or instigator of  the bills I introduced into the  JocaL house let nja say the matter  is hardly w rfch discuFsin_-, vac r,  particulaily when we know that  the vast majority of my imDort-  ant bills fuch as the 8-hour day  In bill coal mines, the 8-hour day in  smelters, the Settler's Rights act*.  , the Ambulance act, the Manufacture and S ile of Explosives act,  etc., wdt*e introduced find carried  through the house long 'after he  was out ot it. Tlie principal _-i ne  of legislation obtained while  Smith Curtis was in the housj was  the Workman)^ Compensation act  and t' drafted this in Nanaitno  some three months before the  session opened.  Neither Smith   Curtis nor  any  othes petty lawyer saw   ifc  until  aEtor   it    wab     introduced.     1-fut  "��� 'v A'        '   -  what Curti-j did wit? this:   K_   introduced an amendment to ifc  iu  lavor of the class   he   repre-sent",  the middlemen and the little cvpi  tahsts, but this was defeated.    I.  is a marvel that this most generous duck  should in all  the  year-  he was iu the house succaed   'only  in   getting   through   oiie   petty  amendment arid wear out his aching .soul to help ru<\ the man he is  now  trying   to  traduce.    I'm  my  opinion he is si uply  iu   the   fight  to 'defeat  Bill   I) ivk]svn  at  any  cost in the iiiwird.-sts or' that   high  smelling bunch of Chink importers  thy ^.iihrier   a irnini-tr-itioh.    Bill  .tf\yi&on is wn-th ten of him.    f!  will be up iff'can m ikn it, biit if 1 ,'  clo, it is kafo betting   that   Ouiti*- j  Will do aH he did when 1 laudt-d in  1     "T     ,NOTICTi:.   j ,      '    ���  SOUTIIEKN' D1VISIOS EAST KOOTENAY  LASDntSTitlCT. DISTRICT OF EAST KOOT-  EKAV. ** A     '    L'.*'    t- ,  TAKE notice that WiUlam J.awson and "John  \Vurscbtnlttot���MnyIc. B. C, occupation, miner., intend to apply for permission to purchase  the tollowlns d-scrlbed lands!���:  Oomm-ncing at a post" planted at' the^ North  Knst corner of .lot* 8121 thence twenty chain;-  west followingLthe north boundary of said -lot.  thence eighty chains north more or less to the  south boundary of G B. Powell's tjmber limit  thence twenty chains evst mo're or less to the  west shoip' of "ifie" fanner Moyie 'Lakp thunno  foljoyjinii\aid wost shore seuthwards. to the  )H)!nt of commencement.  WILLIAM LAW30N,  JOHN VVUR3CUMI1T. '  DATE September 21st, 100S. ,     .  commence, January, -April, and  Sept:  Pupils are adip.itted during termV  i.   ,.-     i . ���'���     ,, ..--.��'  - ���-'  .: O.m DUNBAR  Barrister,'Solicitor, Notary riiblic/Etc  I ;CranbrookVB;C.   '���*,  ���Vriiiftl4e, J��r.and   .Cre.amery'  Butter 3 ppuiids*'forS$i.06 ..  i     ' *   * V  id t /  ��� * i  Golden ��� West    Creamery  and1  ThistlQ. Krarid.. Dairy  Butter 25 cehts per pound.    ,  ..... r   -   ������.���<v-">;\    ,x     /-���'���  P. BURNS & CO  ':' MOYIE; B..-JCL,.,-./  DE. F: B. MILES, ':  'a_i___sr.-_*is*5P., .  '.  Cranbrook, ,;�����'������    B, ,C.  George H Thompson;;  ���" '.���- ��� -I*' '-,. -��� ,, �����, "''- ''  , '*'" ���     ,    Bakristkr, Solicitor  ~-ii  "    '       v        '       .-���*--> '    �� -*       I'',*'!-  tary Public, -^c. ,,   ,  CRANBBO.OK,      British Columbia'  notice.  Take notice that J intend sixty days after  datetoappjy to the iron- tho Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works, Victoria, to  purchase trie following described lands:  Commencing at flic southwest corner post  of Block 2802, Group I, East Kootenay District, thence north 20 chains; thence -west 'JO  chains; Iheuce south 20 chains; thence cast 20  chains to point of commencement, containing  40 acres more or less.   *  H. J. WHITE.  Moyie, August 13lh, 1008.  NOTICE.  CRANBROOK L\ND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  Ol*'SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTESaY.  'TAKE notice that I Wm. McDougdl, of Moyie  13. C occupation Mine Surveyor, intends to apply for perriiisslon to purchase the following  described land; r c  Commenelng at a post planted on the shore  of Moyie Lake about five chains distant in a'  South Wt-bluily direction from the Noith West  cortier of Lot No. 755 The Lake Shore Thineral  claim*, thence west 20 chains,^ tticuce south 20  chains; thence east 20 chains: thence uoitherly  d chains to point of commencement. aEd eon-  taluiny'40 acres, inoro or lcsa  WlfcUAtf'MxDOUGALL.  D,-,ted August 121b. 1508.  T. T. McVittie.C.E., JP L. S. II. Y. Purler, C  iMcVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Land Surveying  RAILWAY   &   MIXING  .   -   .      1     ��� >  ENGINEERING  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. D. Box 25.T  Cranbrook P. O.' Box 11.  BUV YOUU  NOTICE.  CRVNUROOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OK SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KOOTKS-Y.  TAKE uotlbe'that I fteiiry J. Cooler *>f Mo>ie  U. C. occupation Blacksmith, intends to ai>pl>  forpririnIsstontopurcha.se the ' folldiiing described lauds.'        *  Cornmencinir at a post planted on the west  hunk 6f the Mojic river about 100 jards south  of the Little Moyie river, thence west 10 chains;  thence North 80 chains; thence Kiist CO chain*,  more or Il'sk to Moyie rivr-r. thence south iiloutr.  -i\erbank to point of commencement, conlnin  ing ICO itc �����> more or less.  Hi;.N-_Y J. CO0)"ER.  Sept. 14th. 1908. - '  FROM  A B. Stewart  & Co.  LINOLEUM  CARPETS  NOTICK  CRANBOOOK LANp.'DiaTaiCT,   DISTRICT,  OF KOOTENVV..   ' "~   '    '' '',  .TaKE' notice that.'-Charles O. Fur'rell, of  Moyio, B.'C. occupation Miner itttends, io apply for permicsion to. purchase the (olto'wl'n'g  descrtlt"^ Innds:���  Commeiiciiig at'a post planted on the nort'h-  c&;t vimier. of Lot. No. 3001,..Group One (1),  Kootenay District; thence east -10 chains;  ihence sO'.rii ^Iclmlns; trjcuee*��'e.st '40 chains:  tiiencc n'r;.n.h lo cliiiin-. to liiint of Co.-nmeiice-  nient and coutuinfiiir 1,10 acres more or less.  CHAK.LEX.C. Kj.kli_LL.  Dated ScplctnU-rlSth, 1il|.)8,  When furnisliing j-our  home or hotel don't forgot we can furnish you  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMET  ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  W;,;R. BEATTY?v> - \ .  "Embalmerantl Undertaker,**  ���*���.-''  j   -"'  '        -  Phone 9.-*--'- -   ' " '":*CR.AiNBEOok  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL;   "  ��� "-,  V. '-  This hotel is now under pe^v  ma^tisigemeut, and is first class  in evoi'y" respect.  B. E.. TAYLOR, kgr.  Victoria Streejt.       ' ilOYIE  any  NELSON,  - -  ; AG NTS  B. C,  Mason ct Ilisch P.iano Co.  Obtermoor ila.ttre.ss.  Globe-Wernick OfQe.o Furniture.  ossluhd���li.*i\e       business'  ���jvliere.      "Yoiirs in thi* .scrap."   '  J. H. HAVVTilORNWAlTE  MRS. w: C, OLIVER,  PARLOR  ilTLLINERY.  Latest Styles of Hats.  Residence, Queens Ave.  NOTICK  nitlNHROOK LANIl'liLSTItlOT,  DISTIIICT  el-;e- i-iiK south Kit*! divisiom kaht kootknay,  j TAKE notice thar i, J. \y. Pilch n-ent for  j l.ouisii L. Kitcli o| Movie, ii. C ot-cupntion  . torekoejier ii.ti-nnj tn npi'ly for permls ion to  ! liurrliiini' the fnllii'viui: il��'s,:rili d lniii];_  . C.nivn'.'ii iui at a p<��Kt.:pl,iut_ii ^u chn-ns;  ' south of tlie North west cnriHT of preemptiun  924 w. L. Meredith Aldriciire.11. 0. Ihi'ime norll  4l)ri'iiilii,: tlu'tipeeast. 40 chains: thence soutli  ���10 ('liitlrm; thence west to chains to point of  ciuniiicuceinetit, ami containing one hundred  and sixty acres, more or lees.  LOUISA L, FfTCW. |  per J, \Y. Fitch.  DATE September 25, IDOS.  ,   . '  ���    '  -TH1-:  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a stylish, up  to date tailor made su;t, call  and inspect pur spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee   all  Our Work.  Cleaning, repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  G. A. FOOTE  ..... ���      . - ...        ���        ..���-.<,  Merchant Tailor.    :  MOYIE, B. (  THE CANADIAN BAr-S  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE. TOBOWTO  _ KSTAmj_HED ,gtJ  r:a. smith  SHOEMAKER,    '  MOIYB,  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  jej. c.  WHEN IN,  , CRANBROOK  K.'II. aMA-L, Mauairor.  Good rooms, good  tablea and"bnr -  "and   first class samplo r*v>*ii��. ''  Wiii^Jeweli  B. K. WALKER, Present ��   | Paid-tip Capital, $1Q,I  __LEX., LAIRD, Gencr��i Kt��n��_er    "-^Keserve-J. UIldT^   5  ,A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES  .   - '��� -        "     ' --���t> ,    .    ��� r    a  DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and moBty tnumbirj J  telegraph or letter. <        / ��� ���    ���.  COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign com^ I  FOREIGN  BUSINESS.    Cheques and grafts on the United Sad  , Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold, ij I  CRANBROOK BRANCH. '  F,T BRYMHER,|ffl|  Cosmo  i HARRY DIMOCr,' Proprietor.    '  i ( ' * ,      i  ��� ' _ _    ? s  Nearest Hotel lo ihe St. Eugene mine   ..   .     " '     "    "��. ';   ���       v      y. ���  Headquarters  for Miners.  BAIl' SUITLIED WITH BEST BRANDS OF.LIQUOKB AKDClfill  ��� ���" Rates $1.0Qa "day and up,"  Express ap.d Geiier-  alj.  Delivery   Business.,/  Livery  .ari,d ���;  Feed "Stable:   .��  .*  WOOD   AND    COAL  Far Sale \      r  ;���' <��� ',     .'Leave Ordera,at   , ,   .    ������  ,\ ���"'Gwynnfc's Slor^.,  \y  Moyie,'      ' British Columbia  ��� : .���-      ..   .'. -. i-.i*. ' ye -. >���.. y *' *���  SEND   YOUR WORK'   TO ,THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  KELSON  All White Labor.  c1  Ii^ave work with the lo.cal ngent  A. B. STEWART.  O. F: DE3AULKIER  PJSALKK  }1$  '     f RPMPT' DELJ yERy.  aueens' A^e.      MOYIE  ,* TJargo assortment J, of vGO^OARTS; n'nd B ABT J  ;,.:- CARRIAGES.  ;,Pj:ices'frqnitf^o"i)., ,v  '��� Si  -'.'a'-   :<a  Cooperative  *.LIt_ITE_>.  .���*  i'lji  MOYIE    HOTEL  '      F.J. JCIlfrSTOft    / "        '  I This Bot.el is New and well Furnished  Tables are Supplied withuthe Best;  MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled ^  t&.e��est Brands of Liquors and CiOT  HEADQUARTERS, FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINIMOMEK  _ _,   _- _ ���      s        BRITISH  a^^f ftaotto��<o<w>8ix*vp'>*o*'P(*'*o*80j  MO"-I|C  s  Moyie g  Geo...R, Leask & Co,  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Woik'ifi our Adve^t;sem^nt  RAILWAY  Excursion Rates  From MOYIE   to  Vic  toria, B. C. $22.85  Selling dates Sept.   lOUi   to 2-1 th  Final Return Limit, Sept. 30th.  Aa iTfd? by the present brewer ia _admitled!r **1  Best. Bcot in Ea?t Kootenay. With tho BeatMa'1*5!  he Putedt Spring AV.-iter it is unexcelled /pr qu*liy- j  I��8itit on having ^_oyio Bfccr,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  Ml   CO  CHAS. INEERWIES, Mgr,  aioyjE.-��]  Head   Office  CRANRROftK -  See -  B.C.  < UE9AIJLNIKK  Lar^e   sample   room   in  linos, t*opt.  connection  V. S. Liddicoat, Moyie, B. C.  Nelson, B.C.   $4.65  Selling   dates  Sopt  21st to -2^fcb.  Final Return' Lunit .*--|ept, 20th."  with houne for cominjrcial men.   Be  of I'lcpminodiitions.  .Headquarters   for   Com-   '  mercinland MinuifjMen.  Ql.'E_XS  AVENUB, JIOTIE.B.C  ;--.--.       GET YOUR  BREAD, CAKES AND  PASTRY  FROM I  Summers & Hamilton.  New   Westminster  Vancouver.  Selling dates  Sept.  .20  to  Oct  Final Return Limit Oct. 7 th.  Corv.espondihg .^ates from other  points. Apply to local ticket  agents for berth reservations, etc.  . E. McPHE-lS ON, G. P. A.  Winnipeg,  Man.  J. E. PROCTOR,TX P.A.  Calgary, Alta.  Anup to date stock of. reliable a  good fitting- Boots and Shoes, Min*^  and Lumber boots to measure, w  $8.00 up.  F.  POST OFFICE BLOCK.

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