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The Moyie Leader Oct 14, 1910

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 j)o your eyes bother- yon?  Consult W. H. .Wilson,  of   Cranbrook   and  get  satisf action.  Save money hy purcha.  in;j; your  TIMEPIECE from  Wilson, the Jeweler.  I  VvOL/l-l NO, 28.  MOYIE,  B. Co FRIDAY, OCTOBER H. 1910.  S2 A YKAR  T      'CANADA'S   GREATEST  MAIL ORDER  JEWELLERY HOUSE  offers - you*, tjlie "opportunity of  seen ring  goods  at  lowest  *'   , ,i '   '   ' "���     possible prices.  _WE,.SU?PLY CANADIANS PROM  *   .    HALIFAX TO " DAWSON.  ���   \Vri&   for ^our' ,ilhistraLed ' catalogue 'which,- will ��� bring  . *, our jaig S^QVC *P WW h����ie$- ; -     ' '  ileinember we carry the  finest'.selection, of'wedding a/yd,  birthday gifts hi the prfcyince. ' ,''''/.  \j    Heiiry Birks & Sons, limited.      .  '  jjeweiery mailorder house     ' -\  Geo. ,13. Trorey^M-au: Dir'.  VANCOUVER, Bo 'C'."'  " A%.-have." opened up our card parlor-for, the winter.  "' " Nice place to spend a few .hours, tyjys.'  '  ���  *���** .   *��� '      r      , *. A --. ''. -'  r��-3>^3��33S5^S|3333353-55_��3-53-_��K-  /��v i   - (ft  $  '     GENERAL FLOAT      , %  Yahk promises to ,be;,a:,busy  camp this fall and winter, ,      ,    ,  There is a revival of J operations  in tbe Iiajjdeau.district. ,   (*  '  Three i car-loads o��. apples will  bo shipped ,thi��� year from Grand  Forks to Australia.  >     ������ .,1 .  Electric cars are. now r-unamg  between "'Vancouver   and  Chilii-  wack, a, distance of 00 tailes."  ' "E. A. Haggen is now running  the Mining and JOugincering Iiec-  ord at .Victoria.    . \ <  Us  i-  m -,  ' "^Ir''_do a; general' ������collecting .business.  ^ Accounts"'left'.in .my' hands;will be  ���looked after.promptly:^ -   -., *- ,   t- *  v r O. R. HaaiHton of Rossland has  formed a partnership with 'the  law firm of Leunie- ii ,". Vragg - at  'Nplson. �� -i'        "      '�� *���        .  Billy Sunday, tbe baseball evangelist,' places tbe wickedest . cities  on the continent in the' following  order:  _Sa.n -Francisco,   Chicago,  New York. (    V, -      '���,    o \  Joldiip-in ffiojie  SK       ��-., ~ ul   < ' '  .        ���     _~ '       ��  LOCAL ASSAYS  si/  2s533>3535-5-_. ��:55��3SS?*2'-55;533-''>  4  -   issTAnusnitD isf*7  ��� INSURANCE. ,and MINING' ���  *'  and INVESTMENTiBRQ^ERS.;  David McBeath-f arid Alex Mc-  Pherson have the contract, to clear  the riglit;of-way for the*.Kettle-  Valley railway"between Rock .and  Bull rCreeik-B. *  .  ' v- '     '  '".���*. , A   ''    '   J " , "    -  . - ' r S-     . ��� , *  The management of the jSekcii  Street Railway company have received a communication 'from tbe  car, company ia Ottawa stating  'that the cars fwould, be  sbipped  4 T '  west at once. '��� .  -* i      .-..,- -,   .   -   -i  , -r . .i   -  ^   .    ^  Me'sjtrs. Moran and Mead, proprietors of the Creston hotel have  xliasolved' partnership. '* Mr- - tiep.^  ^ilead'bas taked over',the ranch  while'Mr:-J., 15.'^ Moqan ^ takes .-the  Creston."il6tel:VKTbero'"'ha3 ,'be'en  an equal division'of the assets of  this firm.',             v-    -  W. R. Ross iii Cabmef  A scene that brought back  piemories of the frontier days  was enacted in Moyie Wednesday  evening, when a young man giving bis 'name/ as Freil, Munroe  .went to tbe sporting house kept  by'MissiiGeorgie Allen and held  her up at' the point of a gun.  The 'Allen -'woman came down  town-'and- notified Constable  Bi'OiYniug-,wbo wari soon'- on the  trail of the culprit: 'The holdup  took, place abou t' 0 o'clock;' and  Constable Browning, believing his  man. would attempt to make .his  "get away" on' the east' bound  ilyei'i which was ' due some time  iateiywas at the,station when the  tranr pulled in at,a.bou. 11 olclock.'  He bad previously made a! "search  of the town, but with no success.  "\Vhen''the train was pulling' in  Browning "?tatiotied himself at  tho Jake side, of the' ,traek, and  when the train stopped lie 'spotted  his man sneaking along the, feid6  of the'cars' and' making ibis way  towards the blind baggage.  Browning.shouted to him to stop',  at'the'-saino'' time^ notifying bim -  tliat he*was a-police oDiceV, and  that-he had a gun and"-would --use  it. 'The'man 'started to run ,up  the''1-track no'rtli with the constable after bim. The constable  fired three shots Rt' the ground,  but "the, man' only increased bis  speed. *��� Another, shoo was fired  close to his* heels, but ' tbis'"also  did no/ good.' .Finally -the , con-'  stable, who was 'gaining on bim,  13red d. shot that whizzed pists ,the  ' Head Office  CRANBROOK, B. C  iSho^s7- Shoes  Upst of theileading makes and. all of the leading, leathers  ,:to be. had at popular prices.  J. w.  71.    . . n . ^. .Tn     Trn-mTT. tt  The re-construction and permanent completion of the cabinet  of Premier McBride was satisfactorily consummated at Victoria on  Monday. The lion. W. R. Ross,  K. C, the Hon. Price Ellison and  the lion. A. E. McPhillips, K. kO.,  were formerly sworn iu as lands  raiuister, minister of ,fina!nce and  agriculture, and president  of  tbe  p3kimcil.  . At an earlier fitting of tbe cabinet the resignation of F. Lt.' Carter-Cotton, president of the council, Hon. J. W. Bowser as minister  of finance and agriculture, and  Hon. Price Ellison as chief commissioner of the department of  lands were duly accepted.  It is understood that tbe new  lands miuister, Hon. W: R., Ross,  will return forthwith to his home  iu ;Fernie where the by-election  necessiated by bis acceptance of  .he.portfolio will be brought ou  without delay, ..tbe nomination  being fixed for Friday 2lst, inst.  aud the election, sbould bis constituents not decide to return  him by acclamation, taking place  the following day,  Saturday .the  22nd.  W. R. Hois was born iu 1S00 at  Fort Chipewyau, Athabasca. For  fcW0    or    three   generations    his  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes ^^f^ZZ^.  fto-ss was educated at St. Johns  college, Winnipeg, and was fits,  elected  to  the    provincial' house  1009  ho  MOYIE'S - LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootemay  The best of accommod ations  for  the Traveling Public.  Billiard Rooms.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms  fellow's "ear, ^at;'.tlie .same ^tiino  Week  shaii.iug to h'imcjthat  if be .did   ���  not stop.'be would, sb'oot.to .kill'.  Tho LnatTtealizing -be*_igi��was  up  -  Dick McClure is in Creston.  JI. H. McKinley was in ,Cran-  br'oak Monday.  - Lumberjacks,are scarce m .East  Kootenay, /  Thererwi>. be a social dance.f in  Morley hall'tbi3 eveniofe,    ,  .Miss Annie Attwood is visiting  iu, Vancouver.        '  A f-oii was born to Mr: and'-Mrs.  Albert Ewiug this morning.      ,  John ' Blackburn was away * to  Vancouver for several day?. ^    ,   ,  W. It- ilaldane.C. P. Ji.'di��,trict  freight agent.' was in  Moyie  Sat-  ui-day.       ~ - -  , -   -    -   "  -        i ,i  F. .J. .Tanner is  leaving "today  with, his,, stock r of   jewelry' for -  jjStelitlprl Alberta/, ;"  Wm. ghave'retiicned- *tbe first  of the week from Spokane,, where  be was attending the-fair.   *   ��� :  Rev." II. White,was in town for  seveial days and was the, gue=,t  of Rev,'aud-__Irs. J, W. Jliller. , .  Jobn-Feroglia has struck some  goQdbre'on his'claim, the" "Garibaldi," wliiclii-3 .not far from towu.  Mrs. Deagon was up to tbo" Sullivan   this  week.      Her husband  < . <t- -    i  Has charge of the boarding, house,  at the mine. '   ,--   ,  Don't fail to bear Rev. R. Atkinson' in^ Jlbrley hall. Sunday  evening arid during the 'week iu  the Methodist 'church.      ,   .        ,,-  'Paul Jensen, one of,.the pros-,  parous-faimeiSi-jn-the Moyie' valley, was transacting, business in  the mineral city the ,fii'3t  of  the  \i  >   VAi*tA'^sA/,>'VVWV*/VVv',iAi!!VV>,<      o  V^VVVVvV'a^'y^A^^l'^/'��,V^^w^/V,<y  I It'  7 i 'J '  .  'iVA*VVVVV^/VWV.<'^</WW*>^  Although we are, sold out of several |,  lines we, have plenty of bargains .left $.  for'you.    Other people are-certainly |  enjoying "the iWhy savings, so you |  may as.we.i .fall.in line.         ���         '   - '.|  These little grocery  specials  will  save * you., money.  There are',others.^too.,   '^        -,   , '  ���"regular ,30c       ' **now', .15c i  ! McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors  For thc most fastidious.tlresscr we have thc  in the newest   American   k^ls.   '��*^J^*iYlw>���  from $4.50 ip $5.    See our new  20th  CENTURY   SUII?b.  Buy one and be well dressed.  E.  A.   HILL.  in  Mperiai Bsn^ of Canada.  * ��� ������ T'      ��� ., '. . .-....���-$10,000,000.00 '  .Capita .Autliori^d--,-^     ^J^-   >5^    ooQ  ,-Capital Subscribed--.- ,, ' ^ b(jo 00  Capital Paul Lp-       t-*-^    _.���-.5.330,680.06  ^f.e&ervo' Fund��� r7~mTr,T, r-nTTTTVTTiTA  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C0LTJKBIA-  Cranl>r^lSon R^S^vSo^, an. Vancouver  - oSSs^Money Orders sold jiyaible many  .���*-��� part of the World  I -". Savings, 13ank;l)ePavtmcnt-.        ^  J Interest allowed on deposits, from ^1^^��^^  1     MOYIE BRANCH. H. -W. SJl PU, Manager.  i,,. .t....      ...    ,,  froni Fernie in 1903  was re-electod.  In tbe byo-clcction in thc Fernie riding it i" understood that J.  W.'Rennott, Socialist, and editor  of the District Ledger, will oppose  Mr. "Ross. ';���-,  'i.at.v:b      :       .  Mr. Ross is back to "Fernie  and  has opened bis campaign.     A. W.  Bleasdell is returning  officer   aud  at'present, there, are'   two candi-  1 i dates, Mr. Ross  aiid ;J.   W. ' Rau-  .�� inett.   -The old lists  will   be  used  ���Inland contains 2100 name?.   -At the  �����: last g,-��i:e.fiil>,u'i!iiou:Ross received  %.7i)\,   vin-j-.s   .U'.u'riMgtiiii,   Socialist,  �����' 017, ami'-A. "L l-'i.-.hcr, .Li .oral, -IC-;"..;  (1''j The   Ct.ucurvative������Association has   ____.,  . ���       ' it opouetl a couimittee room.  with bim. turned and' threw" up  his b'ands.' Tiiis was about opposite the court bouse, so tbat it  was not long until the man was  in' a coll in tbe' jail.,' " When  seacched be had -no money, bis  only possessions being a razor and  some other trinkets. The capture  was a sensational one, and was  witnessed by the crowd that was  at the station to meet the train.  The headlight .of the engine lit up  the track for tho entire distance  of the race, and the flash from  each shot was visible. Tbe scepe  would have furnished splendid  material for fa moving picture  show. Constable Browning is to  be complimented for his clever  capture,* which was probably -as  good a piece of work he has been  connected with since he helped iu  the capture of the notorious outlaw, Uill Miner, some years ago. v  The prisoner was identified by  the Aden woman. Yesterday  attreuoon be was given a preliminary hearing before E. A. Hill,  justice of the peace, and was committed for trial at Cranbrook. At  tho hearing the prisoner admitted  having had a gun the night be-  foroaudof being: in the Allen  woman's house, but denied that  he had held her up. He was identified by Mike Ronner, to whom  ho had tried to sell a gun. aud by  Harry Djschane, to whom lie  tried to di-poso of a pair of gloves.  Muiuoogob uo money from the  Allen woman.  Thu pi isoncr =aid his name is  Fred Munroe, tliat lie was rai=ed  in Victoria and had been working  at r.ouners Ferry. That he had  been in Moyie since , last Friday.  He had a couple of pals, bub they  weicnowin Cranbrook. Munroe  is about 25 years old, and rather  slim of stature. His clothing is  inclined to bo shabby, and bin  shoes have several holes in them.  His hair is black and rather long.  Yesterday.he sat iu the ; courtroom apparently unconcerned as  to bis fate, -and, wore- a smile  most of the time.  Miss Florence narpei\/is�� up  from 'Piucber* creek, on .a visit  'with.friends. "'Miss'Ha'rper  Uvea  ���*- i -* *  for several years in Moyie^ with  ber parents. , ��� '  , ��� Collin S. Campbell, chief,licence  inspector of the province, was in  Moyie thc first of the week making an , inspection of-the' hotels  here. ���  'Alex St. ISloi is 'now in the  claims department of the C. P. R.  He is at present appraising the  losses caused by the bush fires of  last summer.   '���  Philip Conrad, Jr., will have  charge of tbe central office of the  Moyie telephone system after it is  moved to tbe Conrad building,  which will be done iu a few days.  R. E. Beattio was in Moyie  Wednesday on business in connection with the new telephone line  that is being put through to  Kingsgate, to connect with tbe  line to Spokane and Seattle.  John-Sullivan, who was build  ing highways for .the government all summer,' is in Moyie taking a well earned rest. "Sully"  makes a specialty of politics aud  road,building, but wotks at tbe  latter only when ther's nothing  doing in tbe.former.  Roivat's Walmii, pk'kliis. ,  I.e.i & Pe'rrin'i Wt>r..&_uce,  Huntley & P,d-iit_r'.. biscuits,  - Li fel n^oy sodp ,-}���-"��� "   ,���    x  ''Maple syrup, c;aiB.  Fqr Men:    . '   ���>���  Celts, '-" "  Su-ipenclers,   '.  Neckties.;   Dozens of rti-icront  '�� shades and patter1 u;  Walkover shoes.'  ,t '  Dry-Goods.  Black, ye.lou-, tjreen satteeu, ,  Piiili cashmerelle,        1   '  r ���  .Hetu-y sheeting,,  ' For the Kitchen.  M;op's.t_cks, scrub bruslicv J  ll?ibre.ancl-/inc v.asli tub;.;  Tea and coffee pots,       ',...  i 50c  c,;       20c  J0C      - ;  '��1.40     ,':  1      ��  I       '  eoc ' :  '     *'*'c     r,  ' .'/.?, 50c  $6.00  <-* '11 ,  U I  ,    '1   20c r  '   ' lSc , v  ',' "f0c'  '.'25c  $2.00'  75c  -1 ^-25���  -�����  t* <* - vra  . -' -;,'*,l  1 ^m  m  :��-!  AVe'  ! The above represents'just-a-few of  the  first��"quality ,  ; "rr'oods which we are selling at a very low price.  ��� can-save yon money.      "   ��� ��� ,        ,     -     .,  '-  >' '} Get 'the"Ha"bit.      G-o to  'jF J ^l*ft  !'4^  %. r -m  ft*  Presbyterian Anniversary  St, Etiffene Mine  There was a much larger turnout than was expected at the anniversary service at- the Presbyterian .church Sunday evening  aud at the annual supper and  concert Tuesday evening. Tues-"  day evening the supper was held  at tbe church and the concert in  Morleyhall. There was' a' splendid progame, and the crowd tbat  filled the hall thoroughly enjoyed  every number. Rov. G. A.' Hackney presided and ' gave an interesting address. There was a solo  by Wm. Cliff; recitation by Claude  Reese; solo by Frank Olarkc; address by Rev. H. White; duet by  Airs, lunes and Mrs. Nicholas Mac-  Kenzie, reading by Miss Stinson.  solo by Mrs. Wallace; recitation  byM.s. Reese: duet by Messrs.  Buck and McQuade; recitation, by  Roy MacE-ichorn; address by'Rev.  Mr. Miller; solo by Mrs. I ones.  There were several encores. Miss  Lois C.unble was pianist. Thb  succosa of the supper and concert  was in a largo men-sure duo to  the good wotk of Mr*. 11 u-vt=\  MacKen/.ie, MU>- Alice Poriis  Miss Lois Camble.  vou want to b<*> aunoyed.      Hut il  j ..  1. . ..   1. _  1  .\ceordii_g to tbe annual report  of W. J I. Aldridge, managing  director of tho Consolidated Company, there aro IS miles of underground woi kings iu the St. F_u-  geno mine. JV-ido? the development work that wits ctriied on ��� cate membranes of you  during the year, over 11,000 foet  of diamond drilling was done.  The ore reserves in the St. Eugene  group are e��timited at 20,000  tons'. For tbe year ending .Juno  ..Oth tlie mine shipped 111,1.. 5  tons of crude ore and 17,087 tout  of concentrates, valued at !*>l,u:i*v  10.  Evangelistic .Services  Evangelistic services  will   commence this evening at S-o'clbck ia  the Presbyterian  church. ,   These  - i .  services     will   be   conducted   by  Rev. R. Atkinson of Chesley,  Ou-r  tario and   Mr.   R.   M.    Rrown, a  Scotch singer, who will lead  the  service of song. On Suu'day morn-  iug   the'  service   will   be   nt ������ HI  o'clock in the Presbyterian church  and iu tbe evening at.7:_0 in Mor-*  ley,hall-'   Every night next  week  excepting Saturday the  meetings  will be   held    in   tbe   Methodist  church.       All   these  services are  union and all   are   welcome  without   regard' to   church  or   creed.t  Watch the   bulletin   board   each  day for particulars for eacb evening.    This is no  scheme' for  raising money seeing that the genet al  assembly of tbe church are  paying all expenses,   save  the   entertainment of these  two  men,- aud  we hope  the   people  may  deiive  all possible benefit from this  two  week's mission.    Messages will be  sud'deliveied   on   great   themes,  aud  the meetings will be enriched   by  " ,.       IbiUlit     inline. The      Sunday  Your cough annoys you     Keep |     ^   wm   moofc   ^   ^^   QU  on hacking and   toniing   tlio dele-1  VV  ri.  * r-  i*?  L>  v' '  H     -i 1  '   cno tteiu-j  ,        ^   ... 1 Sunday,  r throat  it, J      J till    WltlJU     ^-.'   �����     ��".--.-���-������        1 ���..^    .-         ���    --o  ,you want relief, w.mt to lie cure(.,j Lo  prominence   tlnoug  fcttke ChiuubiMlaiu's   Cotigh   llen.-l   lleiitl,!iv(n.   of   tho   t(  I'tlv     Sold bv tho   Moj 10   Drug it ,-.... i  '"���  . :, of!whum it is made.  Staiioneiy. Co  Tho IC and  II cigar has jumped  ;h   the  t;  tobacco  out  of which it is made.  Chamboi'ltun'$ Cough ' Remedy  has become, famous for its cures  of coughs, colds','croup and -in'flu-  cn/.'i. Try it when in need. It  contains no baiiuful substance  and always gives prompt relief.  Sold by .tbo' Moyio Drug ic- Stationery Co. '   .  Msarice Bird Killed  Joe Bird, who has been working  at the Sullivan lhiuo at' .Ivimber-  ley, received a telegram Tuesday  from Sydney, 0. B., stating that  his brother Mauvico Bird, bad  been killed that day. The telegram did not give any of the particulars, but it was known that  Bird was employed in a big steel  plant iu that city.' Maurice Bird  lived in'Moyio for about throe  ���years. Ho went east from, bore  about two .month? ago. He was  :J2 years of age.  The Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  Attractive Prices On All Their  Is Offering  t eiy  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  discount will be given oil every piece for theaiext month,  ���.-.;: 'Here.-Is Your "Chance.  il?  C8.  -��00K  0  A  m STORES, LTD/ -v..
'Well, do you know, I thought i was
out, loo," tlie American replied. '.My
stupid   mill   must   ha.e   taken  you   for
some one else,' ' '
*    •*    * .
TUB carnival at Jirinemoutli was a
huge sncciss. HniMi' was one of
tlie subscribing \isitois, mid en-
joved himself immensely, even although
'many of thi' fair revelers wpre masks
ot taint,istic ami peculiar designs. One
J.ic.v in |iart,iciil:ii 'attracted (.uss.e's attention. Shu u'oic ti ii'd Wellington
nose iml chocks nt OJaikwni mtlunf.'ic-
tino, but those doubtiiil ntti u-lions wero
compensated lor by her svlph-liko form
.uiti fair." like movements (.usjjie made
tlie rtiiiiiiug assiduously, and, f>ci/ing n
favorable chance, piloted tb<- lady to a
secluded coruei. '-(.live me a kiss. *' ho
breathed jji lu-i car; "go, "ii, take oft
j<inr mask and give mo a kiss "' "Sir!"
cried llie lady, indignantly, ''I am not
vvearing a   jii.isi-i ! *---
2._.-.-/_   <n   1884   and  it  stood   there   till
lSK9r when tbe marvelous three year old
 ■ and became at
liad  nev er fished before and his
rod was new and sinning with rp
plondent   \arnish Faultlessly
affiled, lie was whipping a trout stream
when,   by   some   odd  chance,  lie  got a
bite, ;i one-pounder, tio.n the way the
line   stained.     Tie   did   not    ].lay  'the
libit at all. With rod ln-ltl straight ahead
lie.   slowly   and   steadily   leeied  him* in.
Present)v   tha   bill   vt.is   directly   below
the end of tbe rod.    Did lie stop?    No—-
.lie kept mi reeling the tisli iii, and final-
dirt • b' 'the fish "s bend tout h.-d tho ti]).    The
j nian (,-vort tried to pull him through-the
jn.ig    -Inst  lln-n lu- saw a man standing
.on shoio, and turning with it bewildered
r.\\-.-«-L iVa's I f1' ■w<»'-ul«l' lie hart! to .surpass tho doli'jlook be sHt(,l. " What shall I do now."
the bain t'"\ **-    '',iU' *'<>'"J'liment *° l»a ^hotx>n fair) "'The only thing yon can, do now." the
■ one. paid on the spin  of a moment J man jiaid, '* is'to climb bp llio pole aftty
Wl'fH   ,|i-ep   niiciesf   (nceoiding  to j said  Mm It  T-vyain, as .he wiped  the
oi'ui-ii)  Kobcrt. big brother iioiv j ftom  bis Ups with bis handkerchief
,        siw lot  the fit«-t time ]»s little j^ •. ...
.(■idler's   iiursiiig 1 otlie   taken   out    and
apprjed   In   proper    li>-
tl>t     a  t"ol lio\ com,   will)
In , asked   e'ig' ' b
colt Axiell eut it to 2 1
onee the allayed, as well as the three
year-old, trotting   champion.     Mis  icigu
only  lasted  till   1SM0, when  it 'was tap
lured   hy    Volson   in   L.' HJ"'i I"   Jhl'l
theie were three chumpi""1-. AHerton
trotted in 'J.H1. Nelson tied the mark.
AHerton then trotted ui IM'.',*. 'iml h'te
in the season 1'alo Alto ■ ui the roi oid
to a OS.',, getting witlun hull a -eeond
(if the world's clmnipioii icconi of
*J.O,->Vj,' Jield In Sunol The : follow ing
year that piim. i,k-c bow, Kreijil'u, put
it down to __.t.7:*.., ami a vear later, m
IJ>!i:i, tbat ytfhiifi blat'i ->«lone, Diree
turn, eut it down to J ii")11 I" f""r
yearh'tlie reeord had dropped 1 nun ^.12
lito t_.lJ.-i.-i.' 'I'here the reeoid .stiod a
bright and sbiiunjj; mai k f-«r m-m-h yeaib
till the mighty (-'resetus in ISiOtl'eut il
to ^.(14. In 1 UO J be redui'i'd it. to l_.0_.yj,
v, liere it has stood  tor ni'ie years.
.But tho reeord'of "I'll-' Uaivester i»
far'greater than the mere reduction of
'a quarter of a second, i'oi the leeord ot
Crcseouf." wti» mail, against time, with
a jiaieinaker .it the -fide, .Wilh* 'I'be liar
vvester made,Ins tecord in the third he.il
of a nno ami ' eame home a^olutelj
(tlorie, Tho' Uarvc-lei lias certainly
won and owns more ehaiiipnmsliips tliuii
any other  trotting fctaHioil
the spin of  _       	
miikey   in   the   Houtb, j him.
•, r'
1(l\*'*Pi 'Jif)e«' ii nun -who got 'lieli
jiiekmg litu'Menerriei.'' "Upw \i»-
'j'ortuiiate th.tUlic Wasted lub time."
"Wasted his time i I said he got lieh. "
•*1 kmm ; but a liui'u ■who eoukl get rieh
pii'lcing hm Klfheri ips f-ould niidoobi-ed-
Jv gel-miieh iicher doing something
*i. .'."'•    i - '
j ln4v nu   illiterate
I wlien he was. instiled by a ivliilc1 nun
| I'fter.-"iAt the coi.di'^ion of the i-ere
i ufouv
ihe gipom aske^l the pneu of tlicjj
-Oli', well,1,' ans^eied I ho mm"
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LORD -AMl'TllDiTj   Omc--foUlid, Bis
inarek' rending   Andersen 'h ".siory
n 'on  the  "Ugly   Jliickliiit;,  >\luell   i«?-
, bites how h diwk hatulicd a Sw.iu'-- egg,
and how.the lyguef was .iceied atJlty.Jus
liutatiAe biethreii, rhe ducklings, until
one Any-a liortpiof lurdh swans, iloating
down the-rivcj. saluted him as one oi j
1beir ra.cc- ""Ah/' ob.sejye,d Bismaiflc.
'.'it was it.lOng time before'my ' poof
mother (child be pertsiiaded. tliat. iu
hatching   me   she   baa  'not   pioducofl   fi
1 goose "       , ,    '
' *    »i   « , -    .
i . i     ..
AT :t men's party the pasloi; eaution
ed his p:irish'.ouer_ against   looking at olher men's wi.es,- and ol ,
fererl  a --ilk hat  to the man who would
stand  up and, 'say that   he hail   not  so
offended.    One "ot  the eonliding kind'of
husbands,   when   he   got.'home, Mas   in->|
- nocenlly telling Ins wite about  it when
,   sho intejrrupted, ■'Of. course, .lolu^ yon
got Vigjit  up." '*..lolnii appnrquily -ti.id
not iintjeipated a  peison.il application,'
but. he answeroil guileit'ssly. "Of eomsc
not, .Mary y'ou ki,o..   bow pmikv J  look
jn a silk hat,'"  -
ser\ ii i
o^er  fiom   head   to  loot:   then,  slowly
lolling up the whiles of his I'yns, .said;
"_.'i>wj, sill, yau lm._ mined we for life;
\ uu has  fur sure. '*
A   N 'eldeilv l.*t(ly patieiit' in  thorKen-
XX,   lucky    iiioilntains   was   suffojing
(ioiii r.i   maludy,  the   remedy  for
stei, --you can pay mo whatever you-jtt](;ei, ^j. doctor prescribed iu the form
kink it is woith tu >ou." The negro 0( capsules. The Old .vojmm trustc'iUut
timed   and   silently   looked   Ins   bride   mt.j,(..ii  ,,ds i.ser,, but   for the juedieine
Ji\" nil polities. oi'c uibiiiance ihOae,
* "-imong, a host of other questions.
. occtu " \ge of f.itliei, if living^'*
"Age ol mother, if In ing? "f , A man in
the lountn .who hlle/ljip an .ipjilieation
made Ins Jatliei "s age, "if living/' one
bundled and tiyeh e years, mii{1 his
mother's one hundred ami two. The
agent was. ainazed at- this,''and fancied
lie had seeured ftn K^ecllent customer;
bur, ifeeling soniewhat dubious, he remarked1 that tlie applicant came of a
\ory long-Jived* tamily. ''Oh. you see,
sii," u'plied he.' "my parents ilied
imany >ears ago, but, 'if lniug.' \\ould(
be aged as there put down.'" "I'vut,
ly— 1  imders^iiid,- ' taid tbe agenr.
t    V •;
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WUKN   Mark Twain  neat'to Wasli-
- ingtou fo tiy lo get a copyright,
law  passed, a congiessiiiau took
'luni out lone uiteiuoon to Chew (-base.
Mark   Twain "rOMi-Pi.  to  play  golf  bun
%elf. ,but  eoiiisetited   to   walk   o\dr. Die
course   nrtd    watch    the  congre-syiau's
stiol.es.     The  I'ongressmffit   was   i at ber
■a duffer a*  teeing off, he sent / loads of
' earth flying, in all directions     Then, to
lucle iub contusion, he said to his guest,
''What do. yon fiuitik ot ouri links.here,
Mr, J.leinoiis.'" ''""'IJcfc^' j vf\ei tested, "
'she evinced s'uspiciu'ii. Sometime,after
slie had taken thu capsules, she was ask.
ed by her .son how'"he felt. "Poorly!'-'
"Don't you want miUuui to eat?"
•'.No." Soon;* liowe\cr, the old woman
aioje from bed 'and took her i»eatr in a
locking chair. Thinking that the atten
tion would lie gratefully recghed,'the
i,j)ii filled hei jiijie, ii'ud^t'.ikiiig a In e
co.il'frrfni the hearth, carped both to
his mothei. -'Take tliat.;ianuy. sou"'
U'Ued tlie old woman in tho utmost
fright." •* Don't j'oti know better'u to'
come,!near me when'l 'vo gut ruose eait
ridges in me! " ' _      '    •*
i <       .    *    « ■'     »-   ,
A''\VKI_1.-KN0WN\ public- man  tells
..that  he Was (ishing once in' kinke
y.    The only .evidence be
rpoOU:, the English tomfedian. with
ji X. sum" fi lends one day went to the
Tower, wheie they'.found tncni-
s(i|\cs^ ilinong a. party of eagei sight-
sei>rn in 'Die' cn'-imber wli^io the ciijwn
jeweK nre oil view. Ml was a woman'
ulio wis ovplaluiiipf tn the eager tlnoug
the ln^torv ot the aiticlt-s displayed.
.M'lhe end of a long^atalogue she sind
"And tilth .is \nnc Holeyn'a i-rowii.'.'
Toole, 'appa.enUy suddenly 'oveieome,
buist Into u flood "of retir.s.. and leaned
against the wall in seemingly uncontrollable giiel. "Oil, sir," tiupiiied the
poor woman, in distress, "what is the
m-itter?" ".Nothing! ^Xotlniig'" le-
plied 'I oole. in broken accents. ".Don.'t
mind mc, but the 1'iik i
I lie family so long."., °
Killarn .
found ol'the linuy tribe. t?\er having in
habited that body of wate'i was a rumoi*
cucitlatmg about that 'Diian ilsCxrty,
or a man of some such 'name, lind eup-
lured  a   salmon  theie along  about;  110
■■•-,-    .   ,'' ',   .      '•  °     *" ,'
1-iut Smith deterintned to fish anyway,
and liiied a guide fo show hull the good
places Alle fished quite a while ajud got
not e\ on  a   nibble.
'•Guide, are theie.any fish in this
lake'''( dc'iianded Suiilh       ,'       -,,
"l.tishuis iv thim. ' was the piompt
reply. „ i ',   '
i''Au,-j   trout.1'. "     -.
•'Sluire,''      * "  ,
, ' • Any b'iss JJ' - t, -      (
"'Jsliurp.*' ,   "       ._
•' \ny floppies?" - t,, >t   <      c
• 'Shuio." " ' - ,i.
"Ain   flieimomelers?'"
''Slitirc,"   responded
confidential  fone. '
Two Prospectors Go Away and But One
Returns—Suspicions Load to Inquiries and One of tlio Finest
; Pieces of Detective Work
'        on Record Was Dono"" a <
"VJOT mii'tiy yearvago, a broken down
rXS Weste-rp "American aihonturur, an
eistwhile. cowbux, prospector,
gambler, and trainji, l'.m'actoss u young
l_nglisliinali, with a Jit lie teudy money,
ami gftiile for anything (
ft'didn't take'long U couMiiee Hie
voung'tendeifoot llial up ninth'in Canada untold 'itches av.-a'ited linn in the
shape of minerill wealth '   - '
'Ibe loyciu. free, life ot "The-Pros-
peotoiV skilfully (IcjHLied. appealed'to
Ibis \oung sftiou of--a noble family/aud
alt., iniiiiy libations a' yiartner-shiji waf
loiuied ,'i'h« Ameiic.ni gentleman Wis,
to fin nish,. the p^erieme, while t he
l-.uglishman pioviilffl the needful ' Kd-
inonton Vyat. "selectfid^tis the pbjecMvo
point. Mbefts,:i goO*il outfit coubi'bejib
tabled, then Ro!'for the Rocky Mountains, where riche'< iivaiing King Solomon's mines ^ai'-aitiid I hen J'iek and
shovel.      ' '  'il '* »   r""1
The .eager   Pnglish'it'in.   deliglitt'd   «t
His good fortune in secimng such .t ib-ize
he, the clerk, is doing him a great fivor
by giving thiity cents' worth of red
flannel foi a four dollai beaver skin.
Long ]in,es of traders' carts are now
to be seen leaving the l-'oit, theii wooden ailcs M'reechiug, as they wend their
way ea-tward; heavily loaded with mh.
fur's, dost mod .-.oon to grace the lair
shoubleis-uf many :i haaghty dame, for,
aftei allj nowadays, it is not a far cry
fiom JJod Itiver to J.cgent  Stieet.
Languidly icstiiig; with one elbow on
llie countei. is a ttill, weather trained
^.tranger, who -seenib to take 'Out little
inteiest io his ,surrouiu,titigh and hardly
designs to uotn-e the motJey grouj- of
Indians, half bleeds, and traders, passing Mid it-passing hm. continuously. J J ia
unkempt ben id, long hau. uud patched
clothes mark him easih as a prospector
just an hed fiom the 'mount uiiih. . lie js
uncommunicative  and  alone.
For a day oi two the stranger loafs
round (lie Poll buying a few necessaries
and getting himself trimmed up a "bit, as
is'customary upon reaching t'he outposts
of vimIizuIioii, before .setluig out on tlie
long journey eust—there weie no railways in those da\i- out thcte. Hut ftite
had decreed otherwise, and t'Mjn ihun
thj' mysteiious hand of 1'iovidelice, call
it what you will, was upon tlitu collar
of that   lonely stranger      , , l(
Tlie histonVii t<'lls us lhat au eld re
liable  emploxeu of   (tie   wonderful ' old
Hudson's Pay Opiupany, postsewsed of all
the instincts of.the, trapper, thought.'be
lecogmced  the strilnger ami  in )ii.i own
mind  identified 1ii»>  as tht?5 pttrluoi iof
oui vtlu/ig- Knglish fri»i'd who li.'id pa^s^
ud  thi'otighc there i^t''ia,'uiy months be
'(oio in  search  pf'gold.,   r      ,     -
'Tliis   garrulous ' will   fceiiliemnu   com
ni'inicii'ed-bis Jieliet  to tho steigeani of
]>olice on duty at tbe'Porf, who in ftii-n
{laid,'., ^vii-it'to  the  stpingi-r and  .sub
'jei-Li'd him to the "Third Degree.*' syitl
of tropical seas present a' display of
floral beauty lhat in richnoss and vividness of color and \»mi'ly and grace of
form nvals fhe splendor of a. gaiden
of flower^."' The reheuiblance to \egetal
blossoms is^so complete that Mime per
sons find it'difficult to believe that the
biiUiant display loutniny no element
of plant life, but i.s wholly animal iu
itr> -t'lrgtini/.at ion. Among the sea animals, that bloom as if tliej- wen* plants
•irt' included, besides corals,' the sea
anemone and f ho' seJi-ciicuiuber. It has
been remarked Hint among the coral
gaidops the birds -and butterflies of the
upper world are replaced by fishes f>f
i-nriouh loruif aud flashing- colors which'
dart   about   among tbe  animal   flowers.
>     t SERS  n ,.    , '
IN  a,village im Ihe heait of Timraine
1 tlijfie lives an oid man, whose'pride
ii^is  that   he  once  had   tbo  honor
'■\mmy--■■ Pfc..yil__l_f'-____i__^|' ;•;.
When troubled with fafl
rashes, eczema, or any skin
disease apply Zam-Buk!
Surpriiln* how quickly it «*,,.,
tho imartinf tind itiniinf | /uto
cure* cutf, burnt; lores uu) piles.
Zam-Buk it mad*frompurcbcrl
baleiscncei. No »nimiaf»t,_nJ
mineral poiton*. Tineit healer 1
Dmgjiiit and Stmt Xvaryxthm,
te result that the sergeant reported t.i
is superior ullicer'tliat there m>ro mys-
te'tioui i-ii-cniustatices surroutnltng tliu
'•trnugei's appenranco in their midst,
and that he had consequently detaibed
him.',The stranger was-, subjected to a
soijes-.uf crnsi.pyuiniikatioHS, v-iud ue-
fenowledged hits identify as tbe irtan'-ivbp
had gone north wjth theyoiitig l_nglisji«
said "that after'J Influx fbgeUier
inaiiy months; tl^ey" h'-oUtpiarreb-r)''iirij
ei entu-illy,--. sjepai-at ed. Die Kiigiisli'man
deciding to keek hjs toitu'ue alone^-while
his quoiidmn partner deteruiJiied fo re'-'
turn to'ei't-iliz-Uinn. "
the   guide,   but
'Shnre, lots 'i«
in/March' ve'd
I mv thim l.tpin ' 'nil [rtvpi. t ho i lalxe." n   ,
I      Smith  decifled   to   wait   until   Match.
1  ha ye know n I *",.,l       ,, ,
■        - thim.    Ji   \ur  vvor  heic.
-      The Beauty of a Clear Skm—The condition, of   the   Im'r   regelates   the   e.oi-
dition  of the bJooil.    A disoideu-d li.vc-rj ed
causes iinpuiilios in the blood and these,
.show    fhemselves   in    blcnnshes   on   the'
ski'i. Paniudee s    I'egpt.'ible   I'lll"   "l
•jet ing- upon'the li\ei hi upon the idood
and a cleir heiltln ^kin wi'l I'dllnw
intelligent use"of this -tandaid inedi
(Inc. I;.'iiiies. who will J u M \ appieciate
this pi line qualit\ of these pilh, i-in
us. them witli-tlie <-eit imt\ ( that the
ellecl   will   bo mo-it   giatif\ing
AD.    C'tJOK   iciently declared  to  a
repoiter   thai' '* Aincin-an' women.
under the   new reign, will  be less
prominent   in London society," but iidd-
' '' Aftt'i all, perhaps, they won'r ^
caro imii h ,-Then>'lias aln.ns been n\
lot of give and take ju then soiial ad j
ventures. Jiui American women hat e J
spirit, and if Diey have taken ■' good i
deal thev have' given buck "-ti'T more.
An PngJislivMimaii tailed on an Anini-
cun ' countess   in    Hplgra\ ia "Oh,    L
thought vou wcie out—that's whj I
called,' the ^I.ngl^hwomaii slid in her
sweet,   i leat     insolent,    Knglish    \oice.
With the Horses
-   That Splitting Headache
will vanish If you tike
"NA-DRU-CO" Headache Wafers
o ,
G<t»   quick, saro   relief, and wo cuaiantee they contain   nothlnc
harmful to tha heart or nervous system.   25c a box. at all druggists
National Drue And Cbemicm] Co. of Canada. Limited,  Montreal.
IN  the ni.i |oiily of   instances, when  a
new   Hotting   ii-alhoi    has  appealed
it   li.i-   bee.i   ' V*  iinex-i'i-1 • I   vi Im n
happened     Th it  w.ts not   Ihe cas-e vVith
The Haivestei  when' he trotted his tain
ous thiid heat at Foir I-_ne ci "i.!)-'.     I'lie
trotting wrnbl fiinih *bel"" "il li.at when
Tiaiuer (lefts got   ieadv   In-  would spud
his  matchless   fncve.uold   foi   the   rec
| oid and  fret  it.     11   theie was anything
I une\pected   if   whs,   that   few   evpeite.l
{he would do it  tu  I lit*  thud  heut of a,
'laif     Thai  "'rv'er   lunseiii.iii   no  doubt
looked  upon  the  litst   ami  setoml jniles
■as good sh ii'p work ours and ciillsi"t(>ied
that   his   hoisc   had   got   just   the   light
prepaialion fni a < hoiiipion -efloit   Theie
'is  a   genei-il   conviction   that  The   II.u
vpstci   has   not   leacned   Ills  sp^cd   Imiir
anrl   tii.it   in   the   near   future   he   will
stuke   the   two   minute   maik       \s   the
fieelor.il!   railed   to   fill   at   Morton,   no
one  canng  to   meet   the  Malliou   (ham
rpion.   it   is   pioliable   that   he   vvill   make
his  lug  eltoit  theie  a^unst   the  watch
ind   Willi   ti   good.dav   .ind  tiack   and  a
Tiiui'fi   to  |i.u e   li I in   he should  get theie
fciT-a'paiihei. was  oiil>   too auxiou.s
depait'  tor^tbe   scene   01   operations.
/I'h'e pair lost no time in buying a
handsomec',outfit''aiid a couple1 of pack
horses.with the Britisher\s money, and
\vcre soon on f.fie .vyay to teuij)f/ the fickle
goddess.       ' ' * f        -  t<    ' l r
_Mile aftei mile wa- nesotmti\d, ovi^i
vast piJiries: 'and, vm-iskegs^ climbing
hills,; plunging into 'deep v.« 1 leys.,mV'miming rapid nvcts, and battling against
black (lie= by day; and mosquitoes 'b\
night,'the'partners iurhrfl at the foot,
hills or tlio 'great .fcimw capped Hinge.
With the evcoption ot a few -.traggling
Indians,'these rvv^i -white men did not
meet a living sonj on their journey. The
voungi Jinglislinia"ii -was gay and gairtK
"loiif.„aiid,aft_i stijiper, when theii little
lent was pitched, hor.ses hobbled, and a
good'fire built, he vvoiil<[ chatter away ro
his   uevv'louiid   f id, "telling'him   th<}
history of his'cluldbood and ..school days
in old' Kngliind. ..' The son of a [larson,
blessCed with the usual1',*' quiver , full."
he soon had to .le.-ivt,^ tlie'[iaientul-r»of
tree and, like nia'iiy/Whorsrrpujk-ejl out
Amenta  u'h  Ibe  piouiise'O ,laml'ol1   I'oi-
ttiue.    ,„ '     .... y.. _j.«j - ,-- '',-_... i ..<.-.
Jl'hi*. whoIesoiiH} .--ngli_.il boy. tiesli
liom gentle sui'rou-idings,\\V)uiig, si ion};,
and aitU-ss.- hid taken quite a fancy to
this pattm-i of his, who Ivn-. -i iftuyh obl-
ei man, and to the experienced,eye had
•lit the c.iiWai ks ol a i-iisspcnt life, lieti-
cent t«i 'i degiee he ofleied no eonfid-
ences to his I'.nglish fnend, but when
the dav 's vvoKIc w-i- done would listen
pationtlv to the joyous antii ipations of
the other, oi i asionalh _ iu(er|ectiiig ' a
remaik on submits (piile lievond the
ken ot Ins culfni'*d companion He
taught the .englishman inanv strange
things in v\oodciaft—how to swing an
axe, .sot a tiap. and throw a diamond
hiti'h. and so the weeks won; on liar
nioniously enough as they wended their
towards   the   land  of   wealth.'
For Reapers, Threshers,
Plows, Harrows
better   work
new  machine
hens thc life of
the old. Wherever bear-
loose or boxes
thc play
and acts like a cushion.
Changes of weather do not affect it.
Standard Gas Engine Oil
is thc only oil you need. lt provides pcr-
icct lubrication tmder high temperatures vnth-
oot appreciable carbon deposits on rings or
cy-h-dera,   od is  aurally  good   far
I nsures
from  thc
and length
e old
mgs are
worn it takes up
Steam. Tractifttv
Steam. Piaaadb
Traciian ,£o^ne&,
Wngona. Etc,
The   Imperial
texTtal  bcanngs.
Capitol Cylinder Oil
delivers more power, and mates the engine
ran better and longer with ta wear and tear,
Ixxjtuc. its fr_c6oo-red_K__ng properties air
exactly fined to tbe Tcqpircmcau of steam
tog-lane <*Pfcii »cs aod stesoQ pnfT__i '
Mica.  Axle  Grease
tn-tkes the wbui as ucaily fr___tio___-=_s as po>-
K-bie and redncxs tbe wcatr on a_dc and box.
It ends azie tuxAAa. saves energy in dae
Wbsc, and -vrbes osed on aades of tactical
engines economize* &_e_ and power.
If Bet at yc«a, mote tar <bn» Ti|^'.»c-< Wijliixa
Oil   Company,    Liitrfied
in ttvii 'liunites
It  is  pluasinir to  note th-it  'I'll"  Hai-
\ester   pediffiee   is   ideal    foi    a   lOiiect
liottintr   standpoint,    and   that     it    em
bi.ues a  tjood   i-ombiuation  oi   'Ik   lead
insr   tint I int; alines       He   is   bv    W'llnut
Hall.   ^t>M/|.      11«-— presents   a   splendid
siudv   in   pnli<;iees.   tin   he   v\a~  bv   Cun
dm t'or and  he   I v    i:b>ctioueer. who  was
l.\   llaiubletoiii-in. d im  (lieen   Mountain
Maid b\   llarrv i'1-iv.    'Ihe dim id   U'.1
nut    Hull   was   M iiru-ii.    > e ij;ei    bv    Id-d
Wilkes,   dam   Ii.u-ia   Paviit.    bv    Vlniiuit.
secniid  iliiu    M lUJjie  (iiini-    bv    libxid   .'
I4l.li k   Hawk.   I!m1   Wilkes   was   In    i:,.n  I
\\-!ms   i| mi  liinen   Diulo. bv    Maiiibi I no '
Chiel        III"-.,   vv.    hive  a   -[.11■ il«1 i. 1   b'eiid ,
of   the    blood     nt      Kl.-r tioiH i r,    (i-'iii^i
W ill,, s ,ihd    Unmet '
The   pedij;tee   in    Soleh-t,   the  d.im   ol '
'Ihe   fl.irvi ..te'.   is i ipiallv   ink   in  liiyh
(lass  blood   lines      s,ln-   is  ),%   that   won
ibilulioll   [iindiii i i.   Hull-, he bv   II i urn '
W tikes    d im    Uelle    I'.iti hi n,   bv    M un   '
biino  I'alihi-n      Mnko's thin  w is tjueen
Ktlul,  bv   ^tiathmore.  In it   -t< 11 nn  -on
of    Ilambli tnnilii     while    l.i'i    nam    wis,
l'uiHi-ss   I'lhi-l,   b\    Vidiinleoi.   bv    Hani   ,
Lift on i *i li.      Ili-n-'is   the   -troiiuist   po-
sible     i oik ent ration     of     IT imbleloni in i
blood      Tin- d im  of   Niiteln   was TibbM
bv   ("uvlei    he nv   II iiiibb'toin in.   nnl nut
ol   (lii-v   Hose, bv   II nubletoiiiaii  Si-i mnl
vvhib   hei   -I i u   wis 1'ielix   b\   I'niio.ist
dam   H.il.itci,   bv    Messent;i i    Kiiioi-    liv
Ilambletiuii iu      11 v .u inili, bv   A olinit.-i i
vv is tin   liltli dun and t In* six I li u is the I
f i in ous Clan. -1 i ni ol   Dextei. - 17 ' ,. bv i
\ inei li. m  "-M ii
( h i in 1.1 on  st ill ions -in   i uo   i ml  I In i.. i
have   onlx    In i-ii   s(\euteon   in   filfv two
m ai-       In    I s"is    I I ban     Ulan    put    11n
'in.ilk  .'it  .'Js       lu all  human   piuhtbllil.
The long, cold dieiry vsintei is past —
the white mantle of'the snow is slovvlv
dis-appoatint; fiom the loothills, the welcome 'spiiii}i h:>s eoitie at last. \'ast
flocks of noisv geese lire svvittl.\ mak
iu>; then vvav ninth in sjieat V sh-iped
to7iiiiili.ui>, all d.n ami mt;lit the loud
' linuU honk ' of*.heir lead-is ( all be
heaid aniioiiiu inj; thoir'TellIln to uoitb
I <-iii   leediiio  fiiotiuds. '
(iieeii   blades   of  "grass   timidly, poke
| thou    he wis    Thtougli    the    ice cm i listed
I plains      Kirils   tvvi*ter   iu  the   sunlight.
Iin-v    streams   (omnience
^-AVhilti,   flm.se   onuiiirics   wro,    bein-j'
prosecuted 'b\ '.the   .Mounted   L'olice"   ..
siiihll   banti  oP Indians'-fravaliiif;  sjutji.
<;anie upon,_tbe' signs of ft d<;sorteil,re.'uni),
and uotiied  tha, rep,t:i,iusvot'a yampTirej
nitich larger than usual.. v
.    'In ' poking ."IhjTOHKii   the 'ashes   they
'discovered  \eveial   metal   hntt.oii.s.  ■"
i  Theie wnsTa poplnr^tree oVrsprendiiig
the'spot. and  one xvjsi>-p]<l   .i]uilw, loolc-
'"li up-.ar tin? lertvos- Ton th'e tre.e, sagely
obseivi-d that ''thev had been cooking
iiitii-h/,iueat   bole,"  as Vlie could   detect
grease    upon    the    under   siiIe,,,of    the
le-ives.--The«e tf.rcimistanfi'-iiwflje dtily
'M'portBd  to  tin; police,'nnd  ;t   conplu^of
men sent -pp to exniiMiio the jdaee, tak-
inj;. with tliein sotrte of l)je Indian.".-/ i '•'
.If was an -ideal spOt"Tor. a i*iinipF'ih
pli])I.'n <;lade^ near-^i shallow, pond;.or
'(".slough." 'llieic wero-the ^remnant"?
of the cainpi-fir.} .vvheie, llie lell-title,.but;i
tons had been uneaithed-by rhe liidinns.
The ashes* w ere ^care-fully rtiked away,
ami'very soon the chaired remains of
human bones vvt;ri-> disclosed.   V    ^    i
The little pond was nexf'drajjged, and
a sheath knife, brought vto, tbe surface.
Tho/police the.nijutilized Uio,'VVv,i_oj-
of the rndinus in dniininf; th'c miniatuie,
pond.^with good lesults. A sniall'sovjtM*-
eigi'r -[)ursf«' was disee.vmeil, a'rur'tlils'St
-was' lhat fold so eloipiently the'dreadful
(ale ,of base ' ingratitude ,011(1, 'murder,
fivvift justice followed. .The strnnger^in
(he guard room, nit hough confronted
vvifh' these damning details, stuck to,Ins
fjiinj and "de'nii'd bis guilt.^ He was
tried, conxicted, and .sentenced to be
hanged.  '   - ' .
Then when the sprmgliiitc gradually'
melted into glorious summer^ w'lfen
warmth and gladness smiled upon that
Far, Mori hem count ly. just as the gold
en sun lose o "qi the distant, foothills, a
lonely, fiiendless, • wretched, pinioned
murderer slowly mounted the scaffold,
ga/ed lfea veil ward for a moment,* and
without a single word pai'd the awful
penally dei-ieed  by  Uiit.ish  law     t „.
of making ;i pajr ot trousers for JJalstae.
The old tailor delights to tell of hiH
meeting with the distinguished I-'iencli-,
niifn. '       i        '"   . ' i    "
When tlte failor got to the chateau
when- rfnlittf wns ntayui)>,'he .4tind Jiim
in the 'garden at work on a novel. Ho
\va_i so busy that tho ,tailor waited, in
silence. Miuiv sheets of paper, i-ovou-d
with fine .writing, lay-around, him. He
would write ri spe,llf then stnro wildly
abuitl, j.ud then go at it again as'if lie
knew thai a ynftM \\us-waiting for his)
vyouls.   , ,    ' i ,_,
. After .situnliilg near and wateliiug the-
Hr^if maiiti wj.ile, rt)ie Jailor :it ,lut>t.
telt that, lie-in us) ciu tun apt /iiil^a'c iu
ordi'i to |>et bis iiiensore' for tbe^tro.i
si<r«. * ,I.:il/.tK- \v,a» 'wxtrotnely .good mi-
tured:   HiiffliMl^ Sii   ll«»   tailor'^iiH'tisnred
him, but; spokt? lml onf«.     '   <
< ' -       t * ,i
"Xo feet,"r unit!'he. in( tht* lailor
i_nititst'il hiH'')neastir,eineiits. , Then, he
turntvj ttt'his jiViirk.'. r,ir * '",'> (f
'' Tht* worthy-'taiitjE'had no Idi^a :i( all
what this uieulit. 'but-fdr worne icasoii
'li    "  ■    " 4
'XAJ'^N I1:1",,'; Iy»''<''Mfor<e mrxMh-u
O , aftui the'Kn'tich system In vun
' ous.,i_'•!'''. ••"■"r»K*'«>ut Tokiy il,,.,,
aie small ••■kiiliiit-.olio," whi.-l, us,,,,,,,
si-iitryiboxeii, but tin* 1-irger. ,
- Three itton are attached io cat I l,„,
daily. /Oner remai.iH , in'snj,. ,,M„;,.
ivylule another stands «| n,,. ,!,„„ ,, "V
the third pattol/i u be,u. utuu-i '
regulur intoiv.-tls  to  the  bt>\.
iinvliangotj  &\i<ry ,eight   huipt
it' had "not coura^ett'iiou)jh' to, inteirtipt
lie   uovc'titifc  agaitt'y'ttr'tfkk/<'ll\nva\-6t,
the tmlor (-ii'anced, to w'eot'n Horvaiit oh
,'fc..at;lf!}. \&fi xitnaiul writ« 'without,1m»;
wig, to, put ou slitipers,.
«»        '   .    ,";'-     v.     <-l ■„,
l,vg .Il
twenty.'four himlfi. VwcTrk tjio',Vhree ..ffi
ci'it iire'^lveil the satm- U'i\i-.ih .,( t,,,',,.
to   r^t^illi.J   tllte,-  otl.U   imu',1,,.    ,   ,
to th<; box., *i,i       i ' -
During thei,''*p,l"- dtfys-the im-n „.,
employed in taking cciWlis n'furii„. tna; -
liij,', reports regardmg'the i midiUou of
ftrK'th, budges, .eiuhiiiikineiiis, ,h-.n,lt
and'eemeterie.s.' 'riiey.iilso report »ip
dl^gs/liirthtt, (fwitliK, theairiea'l p',...._-_,,
Uiiccs. ami t)iL"'j>resem-t' nf «usticiMi«
puople,        ,      ,„,,_,',
-".VV^OVnnuy.-p.ir.soiiti die uniiiliillv  fnn,, .
cliQlera and'kindred summer , ouipj.nia.
W'hf^might* have  been   saved  if proh.i
remedies')md,b(-i;ii u^-d. - If .-atm-ked ,i„
not, /ioliiy an.'getiinj; a bot!le-rol  i)rri   '
A uKoIIOgg's   Dynenteiy '^Cordial,   f4
iti(;i|icine   thills never /ails^'tif'clb'it   i*1
t'ure." ThO.se   vvljo^ hav-y'^ised   n   _,v   t
acts  Iir.iii].tly_-|in<r-til0ion-;]ilv  sid,!,,^
i,.     tho-pain find disease., i
.,"-'   ,, t •    J    *   , ;     ,' 1    s-        5     'J-
1KB fhe lurid the sea has its flowers,
but the  most  brilliant  o.'lhe  manic flowers bloom  not iipon plants,
annuals.     The   living   coral
i L -' S '_.^"_ t '"BY"CORRESPONDENCE'^ '-. -.," '-',   ,    '
•'    '     '">- "-i.  'V--   " i'    ',-     .      «   ' '   4i   T '-'.<   ,   -       " '
".<. •..'-.. v s\^vTI'',^C*;'r-■;"••-.i,.*»rt^u-!»""ip^—
r-r '^»v
relieve and cure indigestion-—acidily of the stomach—bllwusness-^-flatuleDce '
-^dyspepsia.    They re-inforce the sto'mach by supplying the active principles
needed for the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after each meal.
f     , 50c. a box.- If your druggist has not^tocked  them  yet,   send  us 50c.
and we will mail you a box. "„ ,33
National Drur and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited,   t, .
Sackett P/aster Board
i   * i . >,
The Empire Brands of. Wait Piaster
t.i   ruckle   (o
I waids
f breik
gieat   rivers/'-'uow   beginning   to
loose   witln :ij mighty   mar,   and
Itecl. Wrnlc. Weary. Wutory Bjm.
Rpllevcd By Muiini- Bye Kemcdj. , Try
Muune For Tour Eye Troubles. "iTou
Will Like Murine. ,lt Soothes. EOc At
Your ,Di mr^ists. Wnte l-'or Eyr- Books.
Fiec.    Murine  Bye limned)- Co,  Toronto.
The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited
iiiatuie seems  to nival.en  fiom  her long
! deep sleep, sireti-h beisell, and -smile
1      At   the   Tort all   is   bustle  and   eM-ite
1 meiit     Tins is the season when "tradei-
iv'iwii   and   the    .lobby    I oilman   gives   up
i his n.is   •    In gioups'of tlnee and  torn
I the    I ridi.iiis   congiegate   aiiil    do    then
!i;ieit     annual      bargain counter     stunt
jsie-illlnlv    a    tall   aboiignie   ;i]iproailieJ
l the iiiuufei   in  the   Hudson s   I'.av   store j
, mil   in   th-   uninitiated,   -u-i-iistomod   to|
i the  business  methods ot   i iv ili/.it ion, he I
[looks   im   all   the    ,1-oild   like   a    buiglaij
about   in si inn-  the   fundi-  plate       liist|
vvifih    bun    as- he    silcntlv    stalks   Ihe
i oui p in v 's < leik, vv bo, know ing I till Well I
the   artinl   little   dinky   vvavs  and   man   |
i - i s .if   i |,e noble s i\ age, keeps bis b n k
i-.nefullv    mined   towards   hiui
Ihe hull in, .llli'i- a laiilums lunl,
lo-inil puts his li'iud i.ndi'i his blanket
i'oi inui'tlv si.p-n ties Inmsell fiom a
|.|ge In iv.-i skin winch lie livs on 'he
lOiiiitei with a 'pronouiK ed giiuit. poult
inf. on il Hi- shelves tor so,net lung that
takes   Ins   fain \
Il !t i- i ihv ^nnili transaction, the
old la-li will iiiesriikelv t ike a hnnd in.
•nnl vviieii the gi litleiillinlv ^ ind iiibani
i lei I,   has  snijipcil   off  a   do/en   vaids of
'dicss « Is, she will coi.tnbiite a  c (uiplf
nioie giiints to the genci il con v ei s i lion
'I he i lerk  then thiols the dr< s, iroods
I  it   the   wamor   lunl   eliiuks  the   be-ivel
i skin   undci   the  i oi.ntei
'Ibis mi' go on foi a link oi more
i The .leik doesn't s.iv. "W'hit can I
I show vou next madam ' ' m ''This
I shade is verv nun h worn this spung'
'Oh no. be generally waits palientlv
with    his   back    lo   the   counter    in    the
VOL. 1
no. ;o-
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assiinie, .apparently   With 'the  design  of
impressiug-'tlK. native, with the idea that
1 >. Ion   llns se-i-on  i loses The   II uvisti i |
will -have   placed   it   at   l.vvo-niiiiutes  or ! most, . iiidifreieiit   maniic-i    thai    h.
half,'ii   secouil   :i   year .tin   the   average-.
Mut records do not drop mntheiiuitacally.
l-'roni- 1S58 to 188-1  there, were only nine
c.h.-tm[iion  stallions.     Kthan 'Allan, 2.^S;
Keorge   M.   I'atclien,   2.2-1;    Fearnaught,
_:.'.!:i',-;, :  (.rtirgri  Wilkes. 2.2^:  .lay llould.
2.21'/i:   Mumbrino (lift.. 2.20;   Smuggler,
2.NT/,; Phallus. 2.1.'
and  Maxie Cobb
2.1;)'/,. .   From   ISSil- to 'lilli:!
till  the  mighty  Cre.sc.eus in
the   record
ISWO cut.  it
Y««r   DritERii.1   Will   Tell   Yon
Murine Eye Remedy Relieves Sore Byes,
Strengthens weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart,
Sootlios KyeiPain. nnd Sells for Mc. Try
.Murine in Your K*y<-s and in Baby's
Eyes for Scaly   Byeltds   anil   Granulation.
A Pill for Brain Workers—The man
who works vvifh -his brains is more
liable to derangement, of'the digestive
system than the'man who works with
his hands, because, the one calls upon
his. nervous energy vvhiTe. the; other applies only his muscular strength. Brain
fag begets irregularities* of the stomach
and liver, and the best remedy that, can
be used is Parmelee's Vegetable, fills.
They are specially compounded for such
cases and all those who use them can
certify to  their superior power.
Ml!   WILFRID. The gentleman  al the bad. ol   the hall has -Lske.l, me about
the  tan,'..     I   "ball   lie  veiv   pleaded   to answer the  gentleman's  qm'rj.     I   notno.
that   mv   f i lend   in   the  back   ot   the  hull   is  smoking   a  cigar.    That,  as  w  all '
know    Is   an   evidence ol   piospentv.     Much   has  been   the   marvelous   progress  ot
— tins great  and  glorious west, since   m>   gov eminent  came  into powei,  that  anv
meii  mii.v,  at   will,  smoke  i igars,   instead   of  Ihe  home giown   pipe   tobacco,  the
iiagr.uiee  of  vvbith  lingeis in   mv  bovhood's  inemoix.
The gentleman at the bac\ ot tlu hall '* even mine than ordinarily blessed,
tor I peiceixe that the cigar he is smoking is a UtTCIC-KVIJ It is one of those
i xtraoidinaiy dispensations ot 1'iovideme that you, my fellow Canadians in this
yieat and gfouoiis louutiv, sue enabled to en|ov the privilege of obtaining the
MrCK-KYL at the onlinai) pi ice And it I net (led proof ot the disi ei i.meiit of
mv able friend at tho b.n It ol the hall, il I needed an illustration ot his ability
to' pick out the salient points of an} subject under discussion, if 1 wcie lo ask
tor the reason why he has become so prospeious, so independent, so Inr sighted,
so deal ot vision—I should point u, bis choice of ihe MUCK T.VK Such keenness
of perception, such adiuuable .judgment, vvari.int me in the expression ot the
belief tint so long as m\ gove'rnnieiit shall tie in power, so long as J shall be
spared to dnect tl.o destiny of. this glorious young nation, so long u« the "1urdj
pioneers of these vast western provinces display such splendid qualities 'of judgment as are evinced by my friend in .the back of the hall, I look forward to the
-time   when   the   teeming   population   of   these  illimitable prairies ■' shall  bo as ;
prosperous, as happy, as independent, and as fortunate as my favored friend iu',
the back  of the hall—when, under the guidance of Providence and  the stimula-      .
tion  of  my  government,  every  man,  woman,, and   child   throughout  these   vast,
regions will be in a position, if they so -wish, to choose the BTJCK-EYE for .their
after-dinner cigar. ■ ■ ■ ■_■:■;
P.S.--Not only Sir Wilfrid, but every visitor to the West cannot
but notice the remarkable popularity of the BUCK-EYE,
the best ton-cent cigar on sale to-day.
1 T3KB   MOTH   LBADBK  EfoMACK MISERY  yn. ALCIDE HEBEHT  cuatford Cwilie, Wolfe Co., Que.  ui h.ivc been coinpletely cured of *  ,'iifnl condition, of jm? Stomach  fr- h ilir wonderful fruit medicine  *�� 11 tivts" I could not cat anything  lfflVlut  I  suffered awful   pain   from  fci'rh^"arlied incessantly. _  r*'.. ...1,1 in trv  'r-nllt-a-tivcss'  And'  Now I am entirely  DAME FASHION'S  DECREES  , for fiv boxes.   Now 1 am entirely  or'ciii eat  any ordinary  food  and,  "'.rii'mi a Headache."  ^rhiivta       ALCIDK J1EBERT.  �� > box. 6 for ��2.50, <?r trial box,  if At *11 ��lcaler��,or   from  Fruits  | Jj,j Limited, OU��w��.      ,       ' *',    '���  '_���  H-    . ,Hll| 1,,11'it mi a hunting expedition  '��',.i   -.i n'tal   days    in    the   buck-  ��i.��K roushing, it rtilher fjevnre  i ->�� (aitiiig -i **<-*(*t  '��' a ru.ilv.uy  I .,,,., iitur'iiiiit' liomewardB lie looked  ,i .nan l ,uul-weather-beaten a'trap-  ��� ,_"- i*"f  I""'-"'1'   J1"' ���******'*1   ',ut0  '*  I I,1 mot"   He happened.to find u heat  Eu1 lit .._' Ul       * ,    * * i ���' i       _ ���       _     _ _.  I,,.. ,��� a viniiig i uly���CMiienlly- belrtng-  fWqu' who, lifter Hiking stock  <Vr i lew minute^, remarked;  ,���i (ind an uttpriy j>fisrtt��|i.jil  with iinttife'i* most iue-ir/iate  I lurit,"!.*- among �� tlitt ( sky-topping  .Lit UC ami '������'��� '���*" aisles ni �����>--  l.tti/otiion-fi'-'l.' foK'slrt. my. j good  lunl" '"<-*���. **,,'--'r'J T��'P��sjdithe appiir-  |BtluiK��i'i'dsiaiii; *'  Xfaw-   I-'1"   !,'t0  VjiH Minimi'''*-* and  ' jiiiifiitc   nt. ilb*tni���t   eoulmguity  li_i-sc ,Mjiuible��.  -. '/Indeed!"  .< _t.i.  Pon't  jj, its.'  C) LO,A1^ !"1 wraps :ir<' thp hist to indicate the trend of  / fashion tor the couiiug wintei. ,��������� alr,.a,]v ,t is ci nte  apparent that the extra v>i*ip .�� outer gaii'nent. will be  an important factor in tbe wintei oiilln The -.inert severe  tailor htrelt gown is (���ons,.der��d .in absolute necessity bv  almosf. cveiv woman, but with the fashions- of thc present  moment the nal tailor made gown has little ,,] coiumoriy Jor  its always more oi less eonsei vain e Inic-s are.totailv at \an  ance with the Mill ex'ronm styles thai !iic,so noticeable. The  one \,U<t\- gown, -o called, though (now it is in two pieces,  skirt and wa/si, is not nlwny-, compatible.' with a coal  oj the same'material,'"for a wejj>hl of labile ib*it is best for  a skirf and waist is often impossible /or an ouler garment,  being either too heavy or too light Tip �� thero must be the  extra wrap, i oat or iloak, for id ere aie . eiy lew davs, in  America at all events, during fhe iitiliimii when the gown  without a mat /j, sufiicientK   vaim. ,  This )ki,s been and is'a seasoy w ben the wearing of sc-iffs  ot all-Kinds Iris been most tu>__. .itiiible/and while irniuy have  been of thin materials .suitable for summer there have been  many of silk and satin, whiih are now being made up with an  iuterlining'ty giv.0 more warmth and are also being copied in  velvet, marabout and cloth ami fur; the jehet scarfs are  most effective of Hottest t-liilfoji .velvet, preferably black,  lined with white mjtln. They arc orl the same Jiac'ii as the  popular black and white satin scarf, ma.de two yards in  length and from u half to .three ipuirters of a yard in .width,  tho  pjuIk  fiui��hed   with  a   sill,  tassel,       Thoite  made  on   the  it-fi.ijji��  and I ..iii-iUm) fre-  au. exultation of  l>o_itf_ic��� includes  l.i'  Ida ua-   ><'��'*l.r  -1 U,I  lie  ������!��� 1  |l)( libit  <i(lv,   tpucU" surprised,  .kV lower  cl:uie->  felt  ,    EX. DOC. -.'.',*-   ' -  IMv-*n. .I'll* .1 r,< veiled, round the, ��orlii_  r Wn'Jini inai-ls 1've"-,met; "'7  if  Ivyf ire two kinds you ahould invoid-J--  I Ttc blou'ile i��n��l the brunette.  I> -  i.^-     .    -   '���'   '    '  < '        '*- i t ^   ji- rt-. - -  "fl'vcirh iiothi'l (iiav't'sVVyorm l.x  jtmii-iiior li is muked its the most ef  |ffiliri'i.(irc|iiratioii uiiiuttfa'c'tured, 'and  |||_*.-r?�� m.ij>i--.iin> its .����putatioii.r   .,  tovr'  mi  I  K_JLL*5 Bone Spavin  XlehYiillrj-. JUU. Ma; KXh. 1S0S t  ,stbiv�� utr<) yoarSparls Cure for ��  )��erainc and would not be without ft.  Kir killed > Boat Sparlnby IU ok."  v s       ^      OtS CAJUWON.     .  , ri��l   ttlU   Ibr   ��l��l��,ttl>T3r.-.,A*<  ludrcdj ��f thoui����d�� hire had  lb* ,  ���ar.elpcrlrncc In the pa��t M Teats.  Fer Spavin, Rligboae, Curb, -"  ��� Spllnl, Swellings and  ill Lameness;       M *  tMd��II ��� Sp��Tl�� Cure * cure tht  trotibte���nnkci Ihe hor*c pound aod  ��rD�������d m.m money for the owner  Vctnrt li rrmot�� the uu. of tbe  ImSle  tf-rp �� h<itOe ilwtyi at band- flort  lw|S Goo<i for maa and beajt. Aak  "or dc��lcr for fite copy of our book  lTt��l!^6u The Uorae" or wrltwoa.  ���1 I. J. EEKBA _L C��. EiM��ksr�� Palis. TI.  Ono of the details of fashion this winter is td be the cloak f  and wrap to match the evening gown. It niu.'t be adi>iiit.--l  the effect is tar better wheu all doeB correspond, the sl.ppers,  gown and wrap all the same shade; but, again, this i-, a  matter ofjperAoual ihoice, and the contrast tan tw selected  it so desired with the dehghtiut consciousness tliat f t-lnou  so decrees -lust here is where tho really and Irulv econ  omiLUl woman has a chance to prov/i her ability If ��ue  has selected some one color iis bec^iuing-and gowns heisyh  alwajs in thai color,, then the samij wrap will look well ovei  her dill^reiit gowns,'w bile slippers, stockings and ,i{1 the  details of her dres. will answer just as��� well tor one ^own  as for another, and it is extraordinary bow-miuli i-iouev  can bo saved by keeping to the one,color scheme  *     *    * ' '  The raglan slee\ e is still a maiked feature of th" loose  ���lining coat aud is to be used m the more elaborate 2vcuing  coats, for it has been proved to be most prm lical, as it  prevents the gown worn underneath it from becoming miihsed  -ui wiinWoil,'.-is is sometimes the case with the ordiiinrv sleeve  'with too tight an arinhole A mortt remarkable improve  me/it is to be noticed iu the manner in' which this iush'oii  oi the inglau sleeve is made. "When the fashion was liist  intiodticed theie was not enough attention paid t,o the lioei  falvvayw the lic.es), and apparently the one and pnjy oliject  'was to lia\c Die gaimcnt loose enough ou the shoulders. Now  t'le'shoulders a_e al.vavs carefully tilted, the material, both  back and 1 front, is caret idly placed so that the fulness is  becoirfingly arranged, and t ne result is e.xtraordinarv The  stout woman looks less Jarge \-ind th* slender woman moie  giaceful. Tht sleeve is ;iiyst'*noiisly dealt with, oUen not  appearing like a sleeve until at the wrist, fpr the upper part  is combined with the back and tiont in some stiange fashion  ��� that is, When toi -ni evening wrap, Jn a dav coat the  sleeve is well defined, mutely the'drdinary shoulder seam  being omitted, and fhir, beci,use the sleeve commences vir  tyally at the collar As the fashions* Were origibally designed  ^tliiri gave too sloping a line, but wifh thevpresent design it.  is  I'StremeU   becoming,    i  - * - ���  44LK  BAK  _^ i.i>     .   - -"*��� *=> . ^ J��� 4g�� <=L  L-.'*- Si-  -J.-C  ITS���  -1' IS  *Urel"J|i'i and shoulder drapeiy of any .ort'.ne 'imong the  clothes problems 'if which the ,homi; drepsinuker hli'ould be  >ery war,>. tor although, it ijiaiiaged propeily. ��Xhey' will  a'jlord h<*r much aid iu ^isguisn.g .unit, of the hguie and (he  fjock, they al!,o are responsible for many very unsuccessful  ^jVviis whose lualertals' .inii general construction promised  well n'n.l wliose -failure to turn Out stictossfiiUy is thfl occasion  o) a good .deal of .distress. , '. ,    - "   '  , Pot those vvhc,s(. shoulders' are (.lopin'fff whose necks are  long and whose geneial e(l��" is di'oopiiig the shoulder  draperies or bands nt trimming are indeed a boon. Beneath  them pi:i\ be cotiteiled \arious devices for bioadeinng tho  shoulder* in the way-the waist is cuj and tlie wleeves sset  in.' 'Bitt for those of ^r\\i\irp build, whose necks are shoit or  whose ngures are full, without theilong line from neck to  bust that is to grateful, forJ-womtu 'of this sort bf figtlrij,  the Hhoulder drapery and the bands of-'trjniming cjrried���over  tliovshouldcT presoat any number of pitfalls when dealt with  l|y an"ainaleur dre^siri,ikcr, even- by one not altogether \m-.  skilled- -Tins sprt ol iriuvuing for a bodice is oniy -possible;  for a stout .figure or,one which is'square shouldrred and short  neitked, when the.utmost skill has been.employed to arrange  the' tninmiiigs -^o that they do not stand ont at all from the  shoulders. The same is true of the drapery,. When used by a  skilful dressmaker tliese.jiimiiiiugs may be arranged to rnalce  the figiiie look-more drooping and the} shouldeis less scpiare.  but flijs demands thes utmost discretion of,handling. Other-  tvisn they will iidd to the size, of the wearer and make her  !.i,!l- eJt.'insy,and bipichy, for The amateur dressmaker t.ey  xliotiid be reserved for Jho-n*'ot slender build or drooping  shoulders, ���The kimono sleeve is- also -a itrjing- fiWiiou to  persons of scpiare build. The e.\c('Ssively/-slenderhave'an  advantage from it. but tbo=e tvlio are at all liea<-y ti'iid tlncK  through the shoulders arc to ibe pilicu as_the .virtims of this  trying fashion.        , ' ' ' , ��� _      '  ,o =_ J   . , ,        '. ,  1 Does not coniain Alum  Canada will some day stop by legislation the use  of alum in baking powder. Alum powders injure  digestion.     Great Britain  already prohibits alum,in  foods.  , MAGIC   is better than  any food law requires.  MAGIC* insures health-  ' ful. wholesome food. Brings  success to you  in baking light,  flaky biscuits,  cake and pastry.  MAGIC-is  a  medium  priced baking  , powder and the .only well-  known, one made in Canada  that does NOT contain alum.  HACIC  "OWDV'i  :'MMiL  WmfMm��  ���STAINS NO  ___." '  Full Pound Cans, 25 c.  '.��,  r K<__j.Qfl  Made in Canada  -.   ". '    '   '   ''    i    '  /      f      Be sure of purity���insist on MAGIC  E. W. Gillett Co. Ltd.-Toronto, Ont.  FREE COOK BOOK I  you have no* reccirecf a copy of M*xfc jCooJt Book, tebd uhm ��_ad ����Wr��t��  oo potuj c*_rd tiW tht* valuable IttUa book will be mailed ft*e�� of ck*xa��t-  /  '",.'1  i  ��� ^ 'i'l  *��� _ I  t\;  I  "*    ' ' i  ' r  1 ' t ,  fr  *. '-'t  SFEAKXNG ENGLISH  A" CQl'lltljN't'i information solelv- from books leads one into  OL many a hole, Picderick Moore U'lls the! storv ot1 tin  , Italian   ofhcia)  of  the  Ottoman  Hank  Vv ho  had   t night  htriself ^ Huglish and'ewus, eniapturecl , at the cliiiiice . to  practise  it'on   Knglish .people. t   ' ,   -   ''  ' It ^vnsw-ith much pride'that he* addressed the visitors at  suppei^ But they did ^uot rpeogi iye the .language h�� spolce.  and expressed'iu French theii unfortuiti'.tcy ignorance of  foreign  tongues,'      ' * . i  jr.flartel^ Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD ,  ���WW ma rn.-riii!ini-iiilc(l lor noratn'd af  ���itu i *-ietiiiiitttIlv (iri-iiarvd retued^r of proN����  ��� Hi. rp��ult from their u��e In quick ��nd  "J-int  lor .,.:.  u ,n drmr i,Mrt��  ^SORBINEjR.  The one remedy that positively cures  VARICOSE * VEINS  and other diseases affecting thc veins,  iu ,i . ������ ' 0*k<". ot SE I'rar! St.. sprinBftclil.  iiir ...'.'.'��� .n" "i '"'>�� "ii operation.  Ilo jiretin-ccl  K���.1.S,��,Kl!,1-*''1-.   <���"���.  i">1 ��,*0��   w��  ""'i     i       Km.   '^I"li������! no inniDOt Hi<* troulilc.   Mild, ' ,,,,���. nut,.,!  SJ;!.n''T-'*,,,';l apt'llcailon; poriUTcly  tiarinltM. , ��''manoi u.  ,Thi- being an age vv hen  Black Satin-Wrap Lined*-with ^Vhitt    * _ '  *v   "i >       -; X"'J:"","- '"'l" '<,  '   " '"-' '������--<   c -  >,        ' ' i.' -* 'ill J.r t. , ,    , ^  straighi arti a little more elmnsy around the neck than the  ones on tho bias, biit^he latter have of necebsitj seanitt. which"  niaiiv-oVjeet io -t\A marring.the-uiai&riitl.'    ���'���"  t��        l", * 'i-1 1   "    i ,      *     ' '       -I        *��,       t ' W       ,    r  ,   C- >      v       '-.      *    . *i      *.   V\J��        a, . ���      '    . ���   ���>_  ��� \       I.   , j   , ^  Cloaks.are far more "graceful tnan'coats for wear with  many of tbe pew gowns and there i* nothing exaggeratedly  extrenfe about the smartest. In" order, however, to mtroduco  ifOifie novel'effects there arc tw a' or' three 'models that have  the uugracetuLb.and to hold in the fulness around tbe bottom ot thc cloAk, but tut: i'ulnesfi cmnglit in is,only ar tho  back and doc- not giV-e llie same ugly effect as when it  extends entirely around, and, thc woman who looks best in  the cloak tha'/is not caught up at all can be quite colitent  in the assurance that she i* hut wearing an out of fashion  pigment. The backs of all the vviaps arc most carefulh  planned so that as much lei.gHi ot iino as possible is given  They ai" also cut' to give a slendei appearance If a coat  r-itlier than a cloak then the ��ti:iight, tlat b..< U is Llie moie  f.-ishjonabler if a'cloak with undoisleo\ e-> then there 15 more  fulness tielow the shoulders-, but at rhe i-.iine time the seams  and the material as v,*ell imist hang as straight as possible.  In sharp contrast (o the- straight, n.uiow ellect of the  gowns'and coats there are some most becoming and effective  wiaps thnt are extremely wide and full, the fronts so wide  and long tbat thev. can be crossed over and one end throw n  o\ci tho shoiildei'. -Made in softest -'Canton crepe., chiffon  velvet *ir satin the latter not sr, new. but just ;.s pop.lIaT  these are most becoming guimeufs .Cloth is also used, but it  si not nearlv s0 sat is tact oi> a material, for even the \ei\  j softest 'ind "most exquisite cpiality docs not give the same  lefri-<t as it i- too thick, the most fashionable wraps at  1 present being the* lightest in weight., -mv de-ned warmth  being obtained b\ an underlining Tin embroidered and  beaded Canton ,-repes are extremely smmr for tins purpose  ind'.-ire too expensive to bet ome.ov. erpopular. while tor the  benefit of the ma-|Oiitv of w 0|iien lie- it known that there are  to be found most* eftective materials in cotton velvets Unit  lie well ndapWid to these styles ami winch will wear unite  as  lour as  the  fasniOi.  will  last, onlv 'lie mafenal  iim*.  ol'test  and   lightest   to  canv   out  the  lines  that   :tr.-  t lu  ll suits and dei-ctiptions  ' lollies   that    hud     i    i ei   i I h  though f bev   i oui ni med I  ���' e  picv uluig   fashions  . --1" i     Cll.lsi ,    ou    Ins    vv.iv  'I   "il"    i   little   wine   s|m|i  " In ii    tin-     u li-.I    hail ,  ���   "s.iioc-    vv nn , *     said j  ol ild,    know inf,    t hen- ' '  in   tlie   i ell.u    't 11 ci    be  i    ii.in    ui ide   a    nik-t.iKi ,  sine   it    vv is   nut   1..I    th il  -I   t 'ic-   Ihiv    i eiueiulii .-   t In-  mi   vvlio onb-ii-il   It       The  I hen    '  -~,111   th.  lo   lli(.   vviong   place     vm- ���  K   ' will  abb  t hi   \ I v id  most  cliarniiiig  \ i-llow     i ei i-e,  and   gi-uei  fjieen    mil  >f  -it in.  i p-ib  b.iiiu  bl.u k  libert v  pul ir. vv luie  (u.iv   with   < en  right   shades ai  1 while two sii.iues ni   purple  embroidered   i iei>e   in   dull  \,.llo ^   o ic  tone li-'htei  in  I     ill       Hl.uk     im  lint   ^.0   f,.shloll  >l   i hole e. 1 rom  I'lie k.tler an  smart   appeaiame  demanded  \J|  white   or all   bl.u k  evening i Ionics   "�����'  ,   ,. the lolore.I. and there is *i w idi   -ing.  hade- to the soft   past, I coloring-    ,,,,,,       .  i.ili.   hemming   but   tin   blight   bine. I  mauve    an-    e\lieinelv     elli-ciivi'  ���  while  lo.   fioM- who pietei   slmn. .ot.lr..st. in  . oloi   1 he . imi  ivvo-iolo.s ',.,..   be   well   ivo-k.'l m.t       '>���e  mukI-I.  ltneil with   in cM(i.ls|ti   shade of  . t rise   I:  due with -i  pule \eIlovv I- ilso allr.u tive  ,-,   . d.iiigeii'ii- couibiii ilio'i   unless   pist   tin  siJeitecl    but   ni'iK   the I.s- i- i'   I islnuii-ibb  ire nio-l   et'n . hvcli   i ombiiied  vellovv    i-   lined   throughout    with  ��� ���Im     ind  this littei   is the sm.nl  while    ire   V ombiiied    ilevi-lv    ,uu\  U   oi   m intle ot   bl.u It  - it in   trimmed  bl uk  -elv-t   iibbnn      Thc   velvet   ribbon   is put  th,.   unit     while   on   tin   wide   levers   lhat  rows    the  mifi i   edged   i\ ith    i  vv Kit,, against the bl u k  i-   inn.I-,   too   i.nupi   -  in-'    and     v erv     -mall  ufvant me ol   ben g   ippt.'p''���''  i-veiiing  ��i.ip. -  tl"'t   il   ��>���'   ���"���  '"I"'"'  Iht   �� inii i  est  '''"'"'���! ..(re. tivclv   i'i    i   bm  ou   iu  Cll'ss  Il lllll-  iii��-    iri.iiul  in   trout   the--  ivv  vv hire~st.ini  Tin-  x v. il  one note ol  mil i i-t    but   it  ���ul     i nrl li"-mor  both   i-  vvi'i   be  .- again  imniens  h |v t he mini.'i -t  I ilteruooii in-l in  .1  bl ii k   velvet  g w i ap-  m'ikeis  \ ,|v. t   i veil  (he   It  ulin_r  drc  1    el.mi <���     It    till si-   'II r  the  highest   pun       "  spin!   oi   s, It di mil   i  purple velvet   evening  shirring  or  cording  the sleeves  and  the  of uiiii-iiboiit. the exact  tut-   .v inter  who   illevv-  ,    nnl   ilso  ii ipures a   mo  ii   i,,   \ iel I   lo  ire lire ulv i shibiled bv  then I mill il ��� uslomeis  i i h line to i��n ���* h <sc it  ~t ie--iiliitc will ind linn  I heir   fus<   natioi s \  nit  has a. deep ,)o!u\ ellec t   in  rows  across' the  shoulders, the  upper  part -  fronts.' l-he.n .dovvti-1, the fronts an  li.-ule of t.lie.velvet.vvil li  baud   around   llie , bottom.  lighter jdi.-ufe   of   heliotrope  anv  oilier   color   except  wo'ultl  be 'the' risk  thnt   it  marabout next the fiu-e. is  anv-b.ut.'the'most .perfect i  of' this  garment,  is  in  tli  so perfectly. ,   White  has been  attempted, but  unless the  original .model  i  around   the   bottom   of  the  collar,   revers  and   front   with,   flu*   white  ot  of  bauds  much wilier  'model   exhibited .is   hi   thV  vv-ou'ld   look   equally   well   in  If   niiul'e   up :in   bbli-k    there  not.  be  hecohiing. for blnc.l;  ...ther ii tlangetiuis expe.rimoi.it- for  f i-omplexiiuis. nnd the greilf  point  triiiimiug   and   uiat.erial. mulching  iii.-u:il>cnit- trini'riiiiig on Ihe black   velvet  the effect :ts too,garish  to l-e smarl  modi tied   by omitting the-  band  leak   and   merely   trimming   the  DOMESTIC   TIT-BITS  Brown bre.ici. ositmeal bakedr in the  toini Of 'oat tiiKe oi *liiscuits. not too  much lifpudu at u-oal-f, ami constant  clcauhiiess iiro'the best aids in pros, rv,  ing the teeth - '"  A ver\ good substitute for glue can  be maiie bv, tubbing .i^piet^e ot cold boiled p6tato* on paper "until it is ol the  light consistency, vvlW-il it will be found  to be equal to strong glue or* cement.  Fpr c-lc-auiug boots a ^trip of carpet  glued to a piece, -Ji wood will remove,  mud from .liuots veiy cjifickly and without the slightest injury, tu-the leather,  aud is much bettoi tliaiuthfj,usual brush.  Here is a tesi foi watered milk which  is simplicity itselt A well-polished  knitting''neeille, is, clipped" into a deep  vessel ot milk and im.nediately witu-  drawn in a^i upright position. It th.  sample   is  jiure.  ���.onii1  of  the  fluid  will  j,hang  to   tile   needle:  but  if   water  hn  Y. | been added-to  the milk,.even   iu  small  j proportions,   the   fluid   will   uot   adhere  I to the  needle-.'-  ! To loosen a glass stoppei which has  '��� become lixed, a good plan is that ot dip  ping ii fyather m salad oii and letting  a drop or two fall all lo'iiud the opening.  ..The de'cantei "or bottle~:d-Oiild$ then be  placed at a shoit distancci' tiom the tiie  It will piobnbly be uecesvirv 'to, give  the neck a gentle hit on one side Liud  then oil the otnei before thc stopper  will give v'vav. A little mine oil. warmth,  jud anothei  gentle knock m.n. peiliaps.  I be   lcquired   il   Ihe  bottle   has   not   been  ! in use foi  -oiite time, and  ha- contained  I vv ine  or  s-ymp  yvhc-ieithe   skin   is, irritated,   .subji cted  to pressure, or kept wet. "  Alkaline and alcoholic washes, or  soap and watei, -hasten , the discolorn  tion of���the haii. Habitual lnctionrt of  the scalp 'with heel liiuriow oi oils  give1- the hair nourishment. 'J'liaL oily  lliiids are the natural capillary nourishment is shown by the microscope. He-  tore the haii springs liom the follicle  it bathe-, l-n the fluid -he-Id in the tei-  min.il oup (if the' sebaceous' glands,  which stones, the color, strengthens'the  pigmentary deposit, and rendeis; the  hair more or less impermeable to the  destructive action At atmospb. iu- bent  and cold.    <      .        , -        ' j  To euiii up, the1.lead should, be protected byi its hair, the scalp should be  massaged with oils, aud ,the general  systeii|',shouUl be so cued, .for thutftheiy  will be" uo diminution ot -rhe blood su,p'  ply ot the'scalp   '  THK  Secretary of the   Um  TiiMstny  .it   Washiugtoi  "UNCLE  SAM- WASHES' HIS MONEY  ited   felates  on  has  purchased a  machine  to launder  I'm  ted   States  monev lie   estimates  that  when washing monev becomes geneial  at all the sub tieasuries the government  will save theieby at Je.'isr oue million  dollais a .veai. This ;s _pist one; oi the  items ot economv that I'mle' S:im is  putting   into   pi.utieo  -More than two li uud red million t!ol  lars ol fainted greenbacks���tainted,  hovvcM'i, with billions of disease genus  ��� were withdrawn Jiom circulation and  de-itroyed last veai. This vast .iinount  ul  wealth  least' eighty per1 cent   of ihe  issues' can  be   retained   and    the   life    of   a    bill   >  doubled, and at tbe smite time all'germ^   '  ������villj.lie destroy e<l   b_\   an   antiseptic   so   c  lution, * ' . "   '  ,The instiilliiig of this machine will no.  doubt  result   i'i   thr   establishment  of  a'  monl'v cleaning   division   of   the   Trea-  suiv      The  appariitiis  is made  of  hardwood, and roscuibies in a way the ordinary   i lollies washing   machine.    'It   ha��  an   upiight  hanrdli^ above a  central  oblong   oscillating   vessel,   with   air chambers at cadi end   fn the central vessel.is  warm soaped watei. in which the money,  is  pl.'u-cd.    Then   the  handle   is  worked  back  and   forth.     The an   in   the  chambers  is i .impressed   hy  the  contents of  the   vessel,  thereby   forcing  the "water  through the money by  pneumatic .pressure. '1 lie, process is as s'nnploas washing  liuon      .-Vfter  leaving  the   washing-ma-  (Uiuu'itho    notes    :ir��>,iput    through   a.-,  stanching    aud     ironing    process.1      of  course this new "process is intended only  for  bilN  (hat   have  become soiled  from*  us*\     Hills  that   have- become  too  for washing, w ill   bi> destioyed  as  totore  and   new    notes   issued   in  stead  worn  here  filter  THE   PERFECT   CLOCK  THE   CAUSE   OF   BALDNESSi  THE   miciobe-oi   baldness   has   been  discovered: but the Imciobe is not  rthe   cuiH'  of baldness'     Tbe   mic  tobe   is   tound   on   bald   beads,   because  it, li\es  wheie  li.ui   cannot  live*,   but  it  is   uo   moie   to   be  blamed   im   baldness  tlinu  the   weed   growing   r.mk  on   vvoin  out.   abandoned   laud   is   to   be   blamed  toi   the condition  of the  land  o Baldness and   hardening ot   tbe   nfei  i(-s   (at'teno   scleiosis)   aiisc    from    the  sau.i   cause     The scalp is ungated -ind  nouiished   by   dillcu-m   giotips  of  aitei  ies      These   cauv    mini l-limi-nt    to   the  ban      Jf    the   head - nveiing  compresses  the aiiot ie-. as it doe- m casiuuallv, the  ���blood cannot .liculatc ivirb toi.e enough  to  lea. li   the   h.ili "s mots       \s a   result  tin    hair    cites    md   tin     be id    becomes  bald   hist  in spots   j|h-ii  all ovei, whei--  e\oi   tlie   toots   ot   the   ban   do   not   ie  ceive    noui ishinenr,    iu-1    as   gi.iss   dies  Ion   the 'piame   vv ho-,    ungating   canals  I tun  di v-  j The haii disappen- th-' liniii the  iteifniii.il points of the aitenil -v-li-ms.  j because, i- those iig-o'is aie tbe list  to be reached bv the iriigitmg tbmls,  I thev aie the Inst tn suffer when Ihe  ' stie.lins diuiriisli Ihe s.-ilp is one ol  I the idv.uue gu.nds of ��� lie s,steiu one  I uf the tust to si^ail the pruMinifv ol j  | tin- .iieniv Siuie i .eveing ot haul  I was   placed   upon    llie   -i alp   to   piototi  I the    s, alp.    H     i-     b-l,    (��.    ���liivi     the  1 head oi to stnp I In hair ol it- oilv '  \ov.-r bv u-nig .ilk iluic vva-hes al.oluv|(  I oi so in shall poos i i Id vviti- is nn  J n:itui..l, and has , lemlem v io do -in  oils li.irit- licit oniv li the bin ami the  i ht id. but to the Vvlml. s-vsieu, I'lic-  j In-ut should nut be snivel altei mi k  I iu -s becai.se tbe lutiv il< s. t ut needs t ho  ipiote.tion given to til. si ill. bv the  1 hail  I The eh ii I i.ue m i ist- oi I illmg h.ni  | slmiilii is* tin in inilen nn i of the blood  supplv The blood -liinibl be emu hed  ! punticd i ml iii.ub o - nt ulatc It the  i onib mil tie' bin-ii bring out bill it  ! i-   bc'i uise   tlu    li in   -s  di  id   and    I ��� ulv  bv  Till- most accuiate tiinekeep*er~rri'-rn'e-  vv-orJd   is   said   to   be   the   eiectrn-  '���luck in  the  b.iseuienr ot  the  E.ei  lin   Observatory,     lt   is-  enclosed   in   an  ���in tight   glass* ,v linder    and    has    tie  ���llii'iitly tun Jor periods rrf   two or thiee  months with an aveiage dailv   clevianon  <il    niily    fifteen    one thousandths    ot    a  o| cuuise   had to be it-placed   second     Yet asUonomers an-  not saris  nev.     \. tertain citi/en. read     -"i1   I'ven    with    this,   and   .-Torts   an-  continually being made to -s-ruu1 ideal  conditions lor a cloi l< bv keeping is,  not onlv in an airtight ,nse, bur in  .iu underground \ault whole changes  neiihei of temperatuie, uoi of baio-  inetru  piessun- shall cvei aflc-it it  m  f   " ��-  it *'>  fit  s i^r I I  View mo  ing about this, ami knowing that  I'ucle Sam was casting niotiud ten Oiou  oniv methods, thought Ik* could invent  a machine foi washing monev autl soil  it to the government lie did The  fust machine, it is muI. cost -fl.t'OP  Hxpeiiiiioiifs m washing and mining  notes have been conducted toi vmiif  time at the Bureau of Kngiaving and  i'tiunng and have convinced tho olh  ci Us ib it the method is a Iboioughlv  pr.iitn.il   cult-.     Il   is   estimated   that   at  The e,is(> with which nuns and waits  can lie leinoved bv Ilolloway's Corn  Cine is its stiongi'sr n-t c-mmeiidatiori.  It   -fhlum   tails  Ten Sound Reasons Why You Should Buy  (Pronounced NA-DROO-KO)  I  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  Because They are  The  but  black. ���  might  .-    V oil I     OVV II  a'enu ut   thev  vv   a   pi it. il  lu   wioti  mi   spe iking   l-nglish  v isituis  wen-    istumnli d  "Perhaps  I   do  not.  pronounce  correctly  ���I. have   learned  the  noble   language  from  A , hilarious,  Kuglishniim   in   the   party  ,,o  I  Italian hi  w.rule:  , ���' Always   proiiotiuc,e  it, is 11o't   pronounced. '*  he -wrote   next.  books.1"  :ive   the   unhappy  11 St long h i I tl.i s the plan et  h.ii, ||, it ' il's o i' weak h in ban  I li it will .'ie is li il l- lo t-ike the nl ii i  ol (In ban that - It 11 I" ! ill -*.H m  j tin lllv  1 | 11 iKlne��� ami - ' v h i" Ml ^l ' *���  iilleii ni in iltei- i in- um n ��� t < obo ot  the n in depends upon I lie di posit ol  pigment in the Minds miming thiough  the nutrition-chainiels.-- .Man s hair is  like the 'pelt' of  the.'.animal:   it   vvbitetis  i '  ti ist real  lesson  at. once!     He took   the pencil 'and  Knglish   as   il   is   not   spell.     Spell  The lien  returned to'her nest, only to find it-empty,.  " Very .funny! " said she: "1. can't find things where  them."  'Old l.entlfinjiii   (towaiter):  is here?''  Waiter:  " Vewir, eighth hat to tin- left."  I  la  'Can yoi'i tell me if,.my'wife  and    iiifliimui.-itioii.  Mr.  Thomas'   Kc-lec  It Will Prevent Ulcerated Throat���At  the lirst 'symptoms'of sore thro'tit. .which  prt-Siiges ulceratioi  take ii spoonful of  trie Oil. Add a little-sugar to it. to  iimke it paltit'nbie - It. will alhiy the  irritation and pre.-ent the ulceration  and swelling that arc so painful. Those  who were fii-rioclically subject-to quinsy  have thus made tlieinselves immune to  attack.  Guaranteed  by the largest  W holesale  Drug Firm in  America ���  t! e Ka-.'-' .-' Di ip  ^ a d C l.e - u a I  C o rr p a n v of  Ciiiaaa,    L n tt-a.  N A- PR U- CO.  5?s^ ln '   ALWAYS  LOOK  FOR THIS  TRADE   MARK  2. Made  of   Purest   Ingredients  every ounce o"     ! len bus. Da--=e-d  r jTia t.s!.. "or .uci.gih a,.ci p.r.t^ .  3. Compounded  by Expert  Chemists  le_;.i.l>   qu^     icd   to   d   .pense  pi^sci DtlO u  4. Made   according   to  Proven Formulae  te trd   toi   jsais   foi   safety �� .d  c'ficicncy.  5. Not "Cure-Alls"  b. t sDecf o ptcscriDt  , ci la- a 1 nei.'<-  o  b 'or r.i--  6. Non-Secret  W s will ' -mish to  any physician or  c-i ,'g. t c i re-  rK c >t a l.st of the  i lg���c eei-i in any  Na-Diu CoprSD^r-  .ition Airt \our  di ..F,- ^1  7. A   Complete  Trade-marked Line  in-ludtng nrartic^li - every  Inlet or Mcc iLiiul c . p_ .. o i  >oti ever t.e'-d  Made in Canada  by  C i ladirn cr Ccnadians*  ne.iefit  9. On   Sale    Throughout  Canada  If yr> r dr ige -t h^s t ;ne  raitCL-ar N��-Dr C_ ..-t.cle  >cv  m-iv-   i.e ca.i t  i ii a tnm  10. A"Money Back"  Proposition  It a i' i i "i Co . ��� ci-abc l  -    ii.    . u-tc- \ v v  -.   I c ad'/  8.  Na-Dru-Co Headache Wafers  Stop a headache in 30 minutes. ��� . .  Contain no harmful drug. ���  Na-Drii-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  Cur;-, sou rstomach���heartburn���flatulence.-  -.���indigestion���cl-.ronic dyspepsia.  Na-Dru-Co     Laxatives  Acf without any di&coiru'ort.  Increased doses not needed.  Na-Dru-Co Baby Tablets  Relieve Baby's ills.    Especially  valuable cbirir.g teething.  National Drug ana Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branches at:  H'l  uis i  . ���  Halifax-St. John���Montve:*]���Ott��w*  London-*-Winnipeg     Rrs��n�� ^Calffnry -  Kitictton��� Toronto  Nelson    V��ncouT��?r  Mamilton  Victor_��.  41  :'r.\  !:���;  1.   l'i  ]        -,  ji   i  V  f.   'j  i  i i'  ','.  .  ii i  '     H  !  1  '   V,,l  i  i  i-i  *-'  /*'  i  5        ,  1 :l  f.1.  f            ' ��� J  ':              1  .)  11. t 1  '     , - "       j'jiE.l/EADER. _\rOYJK. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  rwrwTirjw    -���- .T-.miimrrrB.rt'ifffln-r" irnnm-j iiwa nw ir. r i_nr T*._jr_t''r__^r7nT'fn_rtn-'''^*'^-'*-**^r-*H r-��-T-w;^y--n��>f-.��7- ffrT��r-,,rr��-*^vr*-i ^Jr��*��z^x^*i��JJ''in--tg_r--*mi^^  a im-ib-l1 Mu.tW-gaaPBBgagrwgiJi-ai^rie^yrf' Mar.��'_Sf**-wg'C'��rKa_-*_^^  - HI  MS MOYIH LEADER.  Published in the interest of tho peopi  of M oyie nnd East Knottrisiy.  F. .F. SMYTJ1. V-jm imir.ii.  iiA.Ti:  cr  st^i?'im nox  One Year. ....   $2.00  FRIDAY, OCTOBER I'l, 19,10.  Thc  evangelistic campaign  ; is oiio    Now, lpe go6d.   _       " *-,  1.1     r  *      r-  1  fe^f*  111'  ��� i; .'i  ���fcfe -  "fS  It  i..i_:  Something, th.it "speaks al!'  known lanuagge.;,, Thc  mighty dollar'.  Thq qiiestkm of. the hour,in  <  ('comeback?''  ��� Portugal:  Qaut King ' "Manuel  he Minneapolis Journal. An  enterprising' representative of  hat,paper appeared at Cres-  .on sonje time ago and drew *a  flowing' picture of the .write1  ip the town would recciie if a  :ertain   number'   of 'subscrip-  . j ���*-  :ious could be procured.,     He  rot the subscriptions,..but' in-'"  stead of the big write-up _pro-  ���niscd   the   whole   of, Britsli  Columbia was -given ,a  .short  garbled  paragraph   in 'which  Creston   was    described a,s  a  province' of  Canada.     Moral:  ff you'.wish to advertise .3*011 r  c ' '  .own , or  district,   give "your  i i  money to your l_.01ue_j.ul3H.sl1-  ir, who has an established  reputation for reliability, and  who is al   least familiar  with  ;he gocgrauhy, of the countiy.   -���_-���-���,��� ci *     -  - ^.wkrnw*.^ iw.wi.iM    ' ,  Hello! Seattle.  -    A man' may -move his   audience to tears   with  his  elo  "- " - *���������' . ���' t  ciuence, but when the   sprmc  ....   *���' 'V    -     ,.    .  movinc   is .011  he' invariable  1 . i' 1    *.   '*        :'    1 '      '~~  has business elsewhere.  11  If Moses came> to   Chicago,  ,  a clergyman of, that -cit}- 'as*  ^        ��-���".������,-      -      ���        ��-  , scrts   that   he would prompt-"  ly be .robbed of his   tablets   o_  . "stone and'scut  back naked  te  the bulrushes.  ,   Cotton.1 s"Weekly, a-Social-j  ist paper published at Gowans-  t ��� ��� 1  vill, Que.,, complains that,'its-  subscription list is falling off  Thc publisher, talks, of .throw-  ��� ing,up, the .sponge,-Jor  says  -'he: p...L-am - getting- ,-(ired   0-  ... fighting for civ bunch' of  qui.-  "' tcrsA x -   ,     '-    ���'   /  ''        i-/        '-."' ,   s  , 1. . 1.-        ,-     .,  "���, '   The market  price  of .both  lead and silver arc on the   up-  "J '  .  ' . *.  ward grade,   aud   the   indica,-  i lions are good for a firm mar-.  '   ket.    Il is strange1 that   with  the increase in the price of all  other commodities At   is  only  within the past   week  or   twe  that   these   two   metals   have  *��� ' - '  , shown any tendency of a rise:  &$*�� ��e*���*��� 3^3^�� 3$ 5>g. S .?����<_ Sit/  I TO THE'POINT'  -     |  1^$-C-,?*?e$s__.5S-^ic$��-'S-ei���:S-.S:!r_!?i&5-  * 'T f   ���   *    l \ J  "\V"e>eldom know our' besefctiug  ,iu3 when we meet; the'iu.        '"  WJien the Kootenay Telephone  Lines look over tho phone e^-stem  in Fernie "there were those who  objected strenuously, -on tlie  grouud that che city was giving  away a valuable, franchise. To-  <ky it la ccubtful if there is one  latepayei" in tho city who believes that the city maec a,' poor  bargain with the company. Not  only have wo been' given .a -p;ood  local 36i'vice but wo have beou  connected up with every' com  niunuity, of importance in K"isfc  Kootenay'and  have   b^en   given  loug distance i���ei*vice  tlii'Oiifihout  j -��       i  Alberta.  , The      crowning     achievement  of Kootenay Ut'lephono Line's, will  bo consn mated on ,or  abnub  Nov.  1st, when we..hull have Spokane,  Seattle, T.ieoma aud'nil connectedi  points ou out* exchange list. . Con-  uection'is being made by way'- of-  Kingsgtite, "where the pole ganjr'is  working now and unless some uu-  toivard delay is  encounterod   tho  wires, will be through,in the  time  stated above.��� .Ferine Free -Pross.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptiop  ' 'Is. the bi��t of'sll raedicines for the cuie of discaset,,  disorders and weaknesses' pecnliur, to worot-n. It is the  only prcparjticm ol its kind del Uud by a regularly graduated physician���an experienced and skilled specialist in  tlie diicases of women. '   * ' .   '  .Ut is a sufe medicine iu any condition of tbe system.  "     THE ONK REMEDY which contains no alcohol  *     and no injurious   habit-forming   drugs' nnd which  .creates no craving for such stimulants. �����  THE ONE REMEDY ��o   good   tliat   its   maker*  ', ore  not   afraid   to   print, its   every ingredient" on  '-  .each   outside   bottle-wrapper   and   attest  to   tbe   .  truthfulness of  the   same under oath.  ' / ' -  ' '        .     '  It.is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, and any (Sealer wbo hasn't it can  , get it. Don't take a substitute'of unknown composition for this medicine op  known composition. No counterfeit is as good 9S tlie genuine and the druggist  who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's'' is, either mUtuken  or is trying to "deceive y'ou for hi* own selfish benefit. Soch a man Is not to be  trusted. Ife is trifling with your most priceless poswsssion���your bca.th���  may be your life it_elf.    See that jioti eft what sou ��. /or,"    - ... ,. -t^J       ��  ���~ .-u.�� ���~*wC*^'WJwS?JJ_��!_>St*!fc  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  ' '    Section" .2 ��� ���  leased ���tiie,"Treffiont,;  Time* ripens   all' things,  man,is boru wise. *  - No  ' From swearing men easily  slide  into perjury. 1     ��� '/'  .Virtue is like-ii ridh stone,   best  'plain set. , '.,/���",  So I like life and 1 like , righteousness; iC I can not keep the  two together, 1 *.vill let life go  inii choose righteousness.���M,ei_-.  ���-.us.    ' ,������'.__  13estiiiy bears us to our lot, and  le'stiny is perhaps o.ir own will.���,  n*  '' i* ���   '       '  Disraeli.  When sin  prates  o��t liberty ,it  aieans'freedooi to make slaves- of  otne.  Slocan Record:���If a lev,- of  the persons who accident!}  shoot tlieir partners were  hanged, a close season for human beings would soon be in.  force in this province. Thc  man   who   shoots at a movinc  ���\( , *-i  brush is either a fool l or r  criminal. In either case he  would be more useful as a fcr-  tilizer than roaming 'round  with a gun.  BUSINESS   -^LOCALS.,  FOll' J1ENT���Nicely - furnished  front 100m, with stove, .with or  ���vithout- board. Apply'to Mrs.  Lo trier.   .  FOll KENT���Four room houso  with baseii'ieut, two lots all  fenced. - Apply to R. Mackeu,  -M oyie.  FOU RENT���One of the'best  cottages in town at $12 a month  Apply to F. J. 'Smyth. "  - Sirs. L. Macdonald, North Tavistock street, is prepared to trim  md remodel hats, also fur and  velvet toques.  Miss L. .YJ. Scott, trained .nurse,  of Jlathwell Hospital, Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of any  '���and. Maternity a spesialty.  Moyie. "'-'' ���.'-  METAL MARKET.  The question as to what _���  Bohunk is seems lo be bothering more th-an a few peoplc  iu JMovie.     A few weeks   aq-c  . ���* c '-*  Ave    published   ihe   definition  given    by   the   Pciie   Fret  Press, that general.\ speaking  a Bohunk is a m..n Avho wears  gunny sacks iu pia.ee of socks,  ^aud takes a bith when he falls-  'iu   the   creek.       That   he   is  known   by   the     company   he  keeps,   and     tint   he    beeps  thousand-, of them.      X< w ,   a  Mo\ic man who chums   he   it  an autho.-it\ on llie.se;. mnUer.--  comes forward and says.that  a  .Bohunk is';;   third   class   diamond, drill ��� n, ui,    einnloved  New York���J^ar silver, 5J_ cts.  Lead $1.50.  IiOynoN���Lead, ���12  17s Cd  Stock Quotations.  l'l-nsisHFD  I>Y  BEVLK&   M.^'KLr..  "   Bid Asktil  luiorii                   , 2i  "���tui-ilnlatoil PnieKcrB CjOO 7.\00  'tin tiolilticlcl-i 4. r>  ������'nn'j MRr ,     It,  ���^ocicti- Old 2'i  i\-h  wlien  only  by i.the. compim  men are scare-;'.' Which d-fini-  (���      ���    - ��� ' . -     ���  tion i.s the correct one?  '- The Crestoii board of trade  ���. ; disappointed over the write-  up that was given the to yn in  The pleasant purgative effect  dxpeiieuced by all who u^i} Chaiu-  barlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet;., and tho healthy condition of  the body and mind which the3r  creato, makes oue fool joyful.  Sold by the Moyie Drug <_ Static tery Oo.  Hoarseness in a chile1, subject  i.o cionp is ti sure indication of  ohe approach oi   tho   disease.     Jf  h itnbeihtin'ri Cough Remedy is  ,'tvetj at once ci- oven after the  ji-oiipy cough has appeared, ifc  .vill prevent; the attack. Contains no piison. Sold by the  Moyie IJiug it Htntioncry Co.  it is in time of sudden luisha-p"  or accident that Chamberlain's  Liniment can' be relied upon to  take the .place, of the .family doctor, who cannot always be fouud  at tho moment. Then ifc is thafc  hamberlain's Liniment is never  found wanting. In case of  sprains, cuts, wounds arid bruj.'ses  Chamberlain's Liniment takes out  the.'soreness,-and drives away the  dain.' Kohl by the Moyie Di;ug ct  Stationery Co.  , Last Mon'day\ trie ^Treinont.  fiotel nt Nelso'n passed into the  hauds   "of   'Messrs.   Rausome - &  Ciunpbell, who vfor several years  conducted"the Cosmopolitan hotel  here." Malone1' c. 'Tregillus, the  owners of the,, Trenionfc,'-' Jiave'  given a','five'j'ear lease- on the  property with'an option of three  years more. ,'   .       '.'     , '.  Appeal yfks^ Allowed'  ,_Nofcico is hereby, givent time,' ou  the,first day ol' -December "next,  application will bo made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hsptel licence to sell liquor by retail iu the  hotel-known as tho Yahk Uotel,  situate at Y-ibk,r in the ,province  of-i3rifci-.il Columbia.        '���->���   -   ',..  "Dated 'mil'October; 1010. -  ���   l   ;" ," ���        "iOHSf 13.. OliBBON.  ;LIQU0R ACT, 1310/  '-, ' V Section  42 *_     ���  ^&��<?^3i^*^^^��Vncloy r,odco So,'�� 1. ,  '   rJeets Tuesday evenings  iirtho  .Mineis'^ Union  hall.' .Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invitwl.'  N. AV. Buiiocrr, '      F.,J. Smxth.  i     -      t- . \ "V --��  Noble GTarid.    ;'    - Scor'y.   ,  -- .r>N'  bt. J.tujc-ito I.o��lBo,3J<i.'iU'>  'Judge "VVU.on of- Cranbrook  granted an appeal in the case of  Og'le'ivs J-lyah. _. riorae timd'ago  Ogle was'convicted before Judge  llyan for soliciting a subscription  to the Saturday,. Sunset of -Vancouver.. ,, ,(    - *.   ,'        . ',    ''  .--lIQUOR* ACT, "1910., V'l't  ���-,  -    ;   Section ._42 /,_-      . .  "Notice is herebyigiven .that,, oil  the Orsfc day of De'cerubei''" next,  application is ill bo made^to the  Su peril, tend put of'Frov'inciivl "Fo-.  **��� �� -- li    1     . -j      \ r  lice fpr renewal ofcthe ho toi licence  toNsell liquor by- retail in thfe  h'otel knoc.'t; as" thot'Kbotenay  Hotel/ situate, at, Moyie, in the  Prpvince'pf ]5i-iLi-?liColinnh'i.i.        '  bated 12th October," id 10,t1    *  ," *      - McTAViSlIife'CAMFRON.  , Notice is hereb5r given that, ."on  the first day of December ne_s_iy  application will be made' to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel-licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as tlie International  Hotel,,sifcuato iu Moyie, in the  Province of British Columbia. *  Dated 12th October, 1910,  '.,      FRANCES L. TAYLOPv.  LIQUOR .ACT, 1910.  Section  42  Notice is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next,  application will be 'made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal .-of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in' the  hotel known as the Moyie fiotel,  situate at Moyie, in the Province  of British Columbia. x  Dated 12fch October. 1910.  PHILIP F. JOHNSTON.  The.Royal Seal cigar has been  before "-the smoking public* for a  dozen yoars. Ifc is made in Nelson  and can be bought iu nearly  every mountain town/'"  , Coming Events  Canadian National Applo Shew,  Vancouver, October Slat to November ;">th.  National Applo Show, Spokane,  November I-Jth to 10th.  -Monrlny, October '.lsr, will be  Thanksgiving Day in Canada.  C P0 R0 Time Table  LIQUOR ACT,, 1910.  Section1* 42., -,  Notice is hereby given thafc, v on  fche'firsfc day' of' December "next,'  application will/be made',to. "fchei  Superintendent of Provincial, P6-(  lice for renewal bf^the'^hptel "licence,to sell'liquor by retail'in 'the  hotel-known"as tfie Central Hotel,  situate at Moyie, in the" Prpvince  of l^ntislvColuiv^biR,." Sl_' -,-' *-  1   Dated 12th Octiobor. 1910.^  ,     ," VICTOR 'DESAULNIER.  POSTAL _��� PHOTOS.  I make a ' specialty'' of Postal Photo Avork. Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.  -MISS FLORA'DEAGON.  oyie Hotel  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  This holel is now. and well finisher!.  The tables are supplied -with the  best the market afforfls. The bar  is tilled -with-jllic best brands of  liquors anil cigars. '  .Headquarters for  ,*���*-.        i -    ^        i  Commercial and Mining Men  Movie "--'������     B. C.  St. h Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, II. C.  xSoarchng and D.iy Ruhool cotitluot-  od byfcisfcers of Ft, Joseph,Nelson,  B. C. Commercial and bueincdt?  courses a special ly. Excellence arid  swift progrcps chnrficlcaisse onchc.de-  parj mi-iif. Tftrcnts should write for  particnli'.rs. Oik; month assures the  public o{ the thoroughness of the  Sipters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept  J-'fiDlls nrp adiniltcd dr.t ri�� frriv  Vo   *>1'-  No. 7  No .111  No. S  W-islbouad  Local  Soo-Spokano  - East'oound  Docal  i4oo-Si)ok(ine  1:20 p. ni.|  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  -/,<S_i*-.\<l\  t ' Vl.S VSi\      **"   "r "~ "*��� -  ' ii^f^rCl    -������*"���-'���-t-s.rwy, Tlitjrsrfny  'M^^M/I ovoiiing   in '<Mc Ur'cfcor  13 at S c.'cloclr.' , AMs.  itiri'g brethren wePcome  ' ' I.. Arum!..;  \*%KV-?0?  ' "Albert G'ill,  Chahcf'Hl.r Com.  ,k; ii. -&:-s  Scllclrl,- I.oclg,-',' >.-��. 05  A.l", &, jv:.ir.''<' .'  ,., -... . ' -'���'������   ':'- ���"��.  J ^egular , 'meetings  on".tlie^ first" Wed;--  ncdday '  ���of   , each  _  , _   T.monfch.,     ,   - v   -.  Visiting brethi en -"welcome,  '" *'   ���  "L I i ��� c.       ������ '. '  �� '    H. Chapnian, W./M.:,'   ��� _ s, "  N .y\r. U ti rdett. "'Secretary ''  Moyie " Miiier.s^ 'IJnibn  ! "_ N6.7\ w,f,oi;m!\;:\j  greets in Miners" Union?Hall- e\;--  ery Saturday 'evening.-*,'Sojourn,  ing members'are cordially invited  to.afctend."'*"-"-''--'--' -'".^-   >.-..--*  ,- _    . ,    -"   -   ��  -.^Jfinies. Roberts'  .L'tir^e   sample   loom- in--- connection  with house-for'conirfiercial mec.Bcat  p��,a'icom'mcclttlj6'n.-._"J^t c , ,"    -  , '.  ' '���**? ? "JEtea'dquB rl?r��" for'- Coni-    , ~' ";  "-    ,,iherciftl and.llimpg^[cn%  jE_uBis_ra'j(l3t8">.i*1. y'l .' WpYIE  ''   >'~u       t"^ ,    ~, "'       -   "' ,   ^      tl'[,"l, l~  Joe-v HcBaren*  President.  ' _ Secretary  Harney,"'.s .'McCarter" &  \    * '-Macdonald.-.'""'  a '   t-  ���Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  '   *    ,   & i  Cranbrook, - -   - . B. C.  W. P/ GTJS.D,  .     UARRISTEll. SOT.XCIT01t,-ETC.  CRA.MBKOOK. B.  ' DR.1 F. E. MILES  Dentist. '  Cranbrook, ��5, C.  .G-8orgesH Tbompson,  Darristbr,    Soi.ici'roa  , Not auy I-ouLic, ifcc. -  x  CrvAJS'BSOOK,     iBuniSH Com;mria  W,' R. BEATTY��  ii  Embaluier and Undertaker,  Phone 9.       '       v CRaNBHOOK  T. T. McVltuc.C E.V US.    If.  V. I'urkcr, C  K  MoVITTIE & PARKER  PROVINCIAL  l-ANU   SuilVKVINC!       '  it/iiLUAV As JiiiMNci   p..nc;i>i:kkino  Esliinales Furnished.  OKl'-LC!'-..  Fort Steele L*. O. Dox 23.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  up. 111. . c0j1Klluia X*rvtrtional Koo'.ci'.u J*iac-  il.uinil, IJurlon I'uiLtioii.il, Rti'lUr l-'iac-  li-oiK-.l,    Dailv   l'i,.clti.ii,il,   Jumbo   1'i.ic-  2:1Sp.   ra.  .!. 50  p. m  lii'Mial, Dominion. -Mineral rl.iiins, -.ilu.ite  I in thc I ort SUclc   Miiiintr   Diwsim   of  tiie, tiiaircl-ies,  c:atiioi.h.' chuhcu  First Fridays. ���'Aloi/ning -.'pra^  ycr, commnuion at (> a. -in. Mass  and instruction . at S.:vl) a. in.  Rosary, instruction and ,b(*i:��.dit:-  .t'ion of the blessed .sacrament at  7:_i0 y>. iu.  Third Sunday's. -Uass uud. i,er-  mon 10-a. m.  l,i-!t fsootenny District.  When Located. On the Ji.ist scle of  I/jwci  M.y.ie i.-i/:e  TAKIJ NOTICE, that I,''; Selu-yn' .6..  Illaylock.T'.' J.-'C. No.' .B29762, acting  'tis'Aj.;cut for the Consolidated Jliiiiiijf &  Siut-'Uiils Co.,' of Ctthada,- J/itnited, l-'ree  Miner.-'. Certificate No. -1.29757, , intend,  sis'tv davs from the.date hereof,-to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates  of Iinprovenieuls for the purpose of ob-  laining Cro'wt; Grants of the above  claims.  And further Lr.ke   lKiliec    that   action,  under Section 37, must   be   commenced  Sunday   school   at-!-|,<.fon. the isAiitmce   of .attOli Cerlificates  2:150   p   rn.     Rosary,   serinon  and 10f improvements.  benediction of the  blcisud   sacra-j.  Dated this 28ih day of September,  ment 7:30 p. m..   ' .-���'���">���'< wl��-'  FOR  _     ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions such as house  fittings, lamps, shades or motor  boat supplier, spaik plug0, coils,  batteries, go to or write.  J.  H. RINGROSE  .Stanley St. NELSON  MOYIE   BEER  As made by tho prosonfc brewer is admittedly the best I'.eei '    r 1  Kootenay.    With the Eesfc Malt and the Purest Spring  wat(l" .  uuexcolled for quality.    Insist on having I\I oyie IJeer.  Jit)TYJ.K��   AND   IJJIAFX   ISKKIt  ��� MOYIB'-'BRB^INQ CO,'  ' \ MUELLER &'eHESSE,   PROPS.  ��� ' -' ;i _^ -   ''    '''lif/s:^y'^rx^ Bt.  - ��>   * ' *-    * r    '   '     '   ' ��� .     ^"vnrv  .   - f ,      -- -  '���-',-       ,' -;       . , ��� r-  11 you are^eick, sfiffering from any dia '  order,* wo can cure ypu���Peipmanont'ly'  You do, not have to' linger, suiTering f,-0In  iJisease, 'bocau9o'wo aro medical sisecinHats  -with many years;  experience *cfpatiEg1an*l-  ,' curing succo.si'ully,airmen's (liseaso^.  ,      ~ ,-,      ���-, i   ���     , j   ,  ._,,,.,-- t' , ' ",      '-- -  HONEST-,TREiTM,ENT  '  ^Astu-ti and permanent cure in all  diseasep'of:  meWNervous-^eakneias,', Varicose Veins  Hydrocele,"';Bloods,and   Skm  Disorders'  v,Spre0,%/Ulcers/_'rKid-ney;1: Bladder' -and]  "Rectal.disorders, aid'all:-special ./ailmiints 0im.i  , mon;. t,"o meii^'." ,-'-       ,    ",���"'���",'' ^V'" -'" ''i-''1".'  '?��� ',.-"',   jfestT Aiiatojwy Museum hi lire'-"Northwest.    '  -;; {'z ;^^MSU'LT^;BIOK^EE^R he"  ' .' -If you eahiiofe "conie to Spokane "foi*; free consultation now ���  ''" write/for "our free .booklet, "���   "������- '=,;    "   '   *._���_'      -"  _': '; " K/:, Drf' KELLEY'S M'USEU M"   :,  �� ��� f -; -2l/> .-Howard St \u ^ "V"" ',  *' A,   SJ'Oi^E, W,i�����.'  '-     --'.','    -    ���',       "      t    r-      ''-   '    i-    i.-        '       ---'A rt���    .  .'���^���-���^'BUY^yOL'K, '  <iV>-  ���i-* -J.  BJ5SAU1-K1I.I-    UItOSM I'o-iwi.  Dr:.H;.E;*.VH.Ai_;_.-  >.*-  y ;:t,:>DENTIST;; >;'  , ;  The - Expert 'Crown -and -Bridge  _< ..    i-   -*  ..'.-^c*---,     ���,-.--    /,i   i -.   i  . L     .*_  ii ic, - '- .      ' " I  '"'.' i" Worker.'**  ':      , l '���  '-    Office over Sir. Short's ~\  Wall    ...Paper   'xBtoi;o'  Armstrong Ave.,      , Cranbrook  ToJ3accos-;'  I     v ' 1     " ���>'.',���  Fruit land  ,  .i*l> - ���.-;. r���    'I-1  >���''',.       . . -���'  C-oMectionerv 1  ^ < ,\ y^ ,.--: ,,  \,^ y-  v.*iA..cB;^Siewart  ;..iVj.  V. ,  SEND YOUR    WOllK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  v   STEAM    ���  LAUNDRY.  ,.  NELSON  Ail White Labor.  ,'. 'Shamrock-CrearaeryBulteil  'C>~~". j-  \ .--,. U ".        "'  *" ]  _ f ^"Shainrock" Leaf Lad , j  i       ' i  '    '  -   '        Shamrock Hams'  �� '    "      ,and  Imp erator Bacon  ( For -sale by all fust  grocers and  ,  BOPS & 08  MOYIE.    o<   B. C|  Loave work with tho   local acent  A. Bl STEWART  "-  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  If you want anything" hi thc  line of clothing or men's fur-  iiishnittrs,'try  'nin  TERNATIQNAL  A.  UJUa  ' This hotel is how under new,  management, and is first class  in every respect'  TAYLOR &   BONNER,  I'llOritlETOliS.  Victoria -Street., JylOYIF-  11/���  THE TAILOR  Wc carry in stock thc goods  to make an up-to-date suit  made in towu, or wc can yfet  von a special ordered suit  made to 3-0111' measure. Wc  have rcady-to-wcar Campbell's  clothing', the best made aud  fitting clothing in Canada.  Underwear, shirts, collars,  tics, belts, summer hats and  nearly everything in the line  of furnishings at -.reasonable  prices.. ������    .-''-.        . ':;������!���  A!! our goods and Work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  "WHENTN  "    CRANBRC  E.'n. SMALT,, Manager.  Good rooms, cood tables and  ,and'firat class saaaple roqn  0 F. DESAULNIKR.  ' i)i:Aiitn  IN"  jj/ �����     1   __. o  xhai"  rKOMPT DBLJVJ3RV.  Queens' Atro,     M01  BLAIR  J3US1NESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKAN1C,   WAS!  The   lending   Ensmci   Vollee  NortliMCst, vlit-re yotmy V^'Vk *''!  CL-ivc     a   tlKirmmli    Im'-i'h"'''      _  SI101 tli.mil���^ pov. iittm���I'i'"-*' *-"'���  commercial l.i��. ^-    Iif'"d 'l"  .it \cty    io.i-.rm.tblo   ut1"'  poMlinns for   our   '.tinl��-'��l m  lHMt'.ttf.tlli  illuslialod^t.lrV  "<����������  iHH)incijuesl.    W��il��- /irfit *u*'  'r,r!ii<-i_  Thos. Summers  Cigars,  Candy,     ;Fmit ��.  ������'..'������. Confectionery-   ^  TOYS,    NOTIONS   KTt.  ��outb   Victoria  Wc  Oui


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