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 For   Engage-'  - inent and  Wedding King.-?.  W. H. WILSON, Cranbrook.  [VOL. 9, NO 27?  MOYIE, B. CU  OCTOBER 13. 1906.  TUATION  provided  for yourcou] for winter?    JJ" so  you   will need a  good stove,."if  not, you'  will-have to hurry up or you will' not "re-  ��� quire a COAL STOVE.',  * i   ' t> *.     ,[   , '  if. 7 ' ' ' I  --When you arc going to" buy your p loves  fpr the winter jusL'Stop in and .see our  . complete "range of cook'stoves and heaters.  Tliis season'Ave'liave'bought' direct from  the manufacturer and,, im able , lef quolp  vcrylowprices, '<'    '" . /',  W  f  f  w  Miners, at Fernie Are  Still    Idle.  %'  SIM'S ARE AFFECTED  . -\Wjb.en. ,*��� ^e-'Advised.you to buy,  North- Star, 'Sullivan,.': I^icolav-CJoal, -dh'd" "shai-.s"--��'/  these stocks' 'were'worth���"-���>'. '>r-;''"' ,'"'?"r' ���* '-,'  ' ' 'i'"   '  ".-r >--i , --    i   - -    <    ���"    '��,'.'-''���'.����'   -������   '       'i  , >'. *     "        ... >,4_"ce!_ ts     ' 2f cpii!s*r.'   ���_-,ceuis ..;     ������ '   .  Y^i't can-sell these.sbaro. ' to dav for   ,''"    "', - '   ,   .  r 11 cents       .11 cents.  Get in -now.  S .. 22'cenia:  -__<:,  -- I     -���"  -,-  .Beale'i&?  a  Head Office '  'It.UMSUOOJC  ���i t.  we.  ;M0Y.E,B..C  <���  Will Pali 'Through If th'a  Miners'Trouble Is1 Soon  ' 'Settled,  There is no apparent change in the  btriicG situation'' at v Fornie. Tin;  miners nre taking < tlie titration -Vitii  pbi'otioph.:cal quietness/aud the 'busir-  uegs'men are patiently awaitm* the  outcome. Tlie' Fernie .Ledger Vys  that, much 'misleading circular work  lias been done, and* Irqcn such" mis-  un<_orstanding3 -wrong1 concisions  have been arrived, at.       v     '     ,'  The strike hag not .vet had a disas "  irons, affect .outside of Fernie." The'  smelter:! at Nclsotv '-I'r.iil' and ..Grand  Forks are still rnnninp; and can probably, hold out; for ' soaie, titn?." At  Moyie conditions are undisturbed, nor  is there any likelihood.of a shutdowji.  Co.il fbr the compressor conies'?,from  3-nkhcnd", where -lie irncers are g'lill  working.  LOCAL  MEWS  - Mrs' Genelle spent most oi the week  in Nelson.     ' '  0  Mrs. {_ orman lias clos d tier  boird-  ing  house.  - Mrs. W. P. White is in Nu.spa on   a  visit.  Li-it your furnished rooms with Far-  rel!'<t Smyth. '   ;,  Jind   Mc'Dona-d   came   "over' from  Rowland yoilerday; '  Mr. and Mrs.' Wm.  Lucas returned'  from Cranbrook Wednes Jay.      -    -  Send yjur laundry work to Mrs.   D'  McDonald, north Moyie-    ' l  The Rosicau Opera Co. miy  appear  in Moyie about October _3ih.  'Geo.     Lomor'left   Moyie Tuesday  with Alaska as bis objective point.  E. 0. Iv.im'in, aocui;it.iiiL at Mi'o  Si.  Eugene,-wiia in   Cranbrook'lust Sun-  , - 6 i      "   J  0_:r ^7-uiCh  to- air in j.', i-;  t ii'ir dij'^li] v  ;V.'<\     lironi-  y do:u��;  at tho drnT'sloro-  ��2 A   VKAR  J-SSSHT: T-^fHiCTff ������?> jTa^^r-T ffpr_gl___-r3:  _r__?-ia_e___ri  On J5pokau���-interna-  , tiQTL'&ls Railway,  PASilSE .EHflGE SOON '!  Will'Connect at Yahk For  'All Points On tlie .Can-/-  ���adfanfaoifio,   .   ' ''  ii  ���U'li<;r*  keeping yon healttiy.  ,w.->ll     packed  ���-jiiiibh* undor-  W30LE.N   liiNDJSRWEAR  are jinniCv-req-ilAiic*- to  n'-'si,-', i:i proinoliug and  W t' have a nice _fock  1). C. Corbin siiy'd  tbut   train3r, ovv'r  ' Mrd. Sopor is down from   Kiraberley j tll��    Sp��'--*n<5-'.fHernalJ0Bal     railway  on a visit with berpd.iugliter, .Urs. F. J. j.-viNtie operated s<>mo time'next nio.HIi,  AIcM-ihoh. ,. "*      ,; -    ^ heigli^sefyiccwiU ,be  iii^ujurdtL-d  A son was born ' to Wr. and A.'r. j ^^ flnd 1,ltar 0n'*l- l,a^enger survioa _  Patrick Wg^injia Thursdiv morning, *,"be "opftn ^elwiea Hp.ikane and , f  OctoberrllUi.%      '    -., '���     t     '    ���   "k Juiro����'7'con'ne��l.iriy whl/.C.  I' _   ,t  C. O.iDemau.-ez is'up  from  Fernie  . bought specially lor ir-iitlon.*:j _ w.lio want  sorvic��al)lpgarijifiit.i aL ii'ot too hi'di i>rk-es.  Jiuy^vJjat you need now nnd ^-i' the good   vf  the?n a�� cold wen.l.er ai>|/7  \ , *���   *  i'oa'":n.'<  ^  lVAC-^V  ^^P'oop|-|  ....... �����s*r2^?a?*^  ioteFORQfe��.>''::!'  B      ���     ��� ���'- ',>     '--V    -  <     '-   "'-1-"-    "'"'   *'.  V< '''i."'' '   S,"   "  i. to go to tlie.right,place^ wliennwariting,vegetables.v;  'tf  . * r-Carrots', .Beets Turiaips,. Barsnips,  '   '   Oiaibiis, -Cabbag-e ���"'aiid';Potatoes:  (.   "���.'  - '; AllJfrpsh'andisoiinA' ahd_ prices'nght�� *"-^\'.   .   .S"1-  I '      .. .   "     ^4 .-./��!'.+>    '.    'W  v-iT-i"-'   .     "���..        ���     -   ^' --' -V . "    Fi   "*  &2i  t,i__s-V. -rt-r.riviv?z^/iCi^ij^^^i-?zj?z_s^^.*x.rtzj?z jrfzjCijfz^rtz.^ijrfe.\-Jr s$<  MOYIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  "i -���  The best of aoconimodations  t i ���  for  the Traveling  Public.  Largo and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Eooras.  4 "   '    '  McMAHON'BROS, Proprietors..  i  I  i  5>  AVc have secured these corsets for  Moyie, nnd would liko to have the  ladits' opinion of them. -Wo have  them in styles and sizes to fit all  figures at prices ranging from -Tocts to  ��.*?2.50.  Let us show them lo you.  <-?_  W  m  -��fl  ^ xI:rT<Hi*  ���   A Deserving'Tribute,''  Thos. ... Kelly, the  retiring! secretary'of, tho Movie Miners-  Union', was  given a fitting send9_f nrior to  leaving  for his ranch in- Alberta.   The  token  was in the nature of Lsmokeri   which  Awas heb' a&the Central hotel   Monday  eyetiing.' Business men wished to pjiy  tribuiems   well' as  the   working  men  and in tbiVwii}^ it 'was' a' well" mixed  gathering.-"F.uJ. -Smyth   was, chairman. " T6 lija'riglit eat, Mr!j__-ily... the  ^uest of, the evening, "and   to 'his 'left  R, Q. Patterson, as 'secretaiy,    J*.L  Gibbons oflioiased _(as   vicerchairmaD,  and   -Harry Tolson   as pianist.   The  .'tables ��yere njtcely  arjrange'd  and   the  spread was all 'tbat couid   be   desiral.  Following is the'toast'list and   those  who responded:     ' ,        <  1-The King,      '  2-President of the United   States,  , 3-Our Dominiou-A. P. M.cdouald,  4-The. bachelors-Andy' Johnston,  o-Sone;, in which all took part,  G-Does Unionism Help   tho   Working Man?- J.ie. Roberts,   ���  7-0ur    American     Ooysins-E.   0".  Kamm and XV. J. Williamson,  ' 8-Our Guest-J. L. Glbboup,  9-Should the ' Shoemaker   Stick  to  II16 Last-R.  A. Smith,  10-Hoso' Races   and 'Stop"  Watch-  es-C. A.. Foote, '   ,,  vli-Our     Town;    its   Futurs-Rob\  Campbell, '        , ,  12-Mining-W. P. White,  W-The LidiesTR. O.  Patterson and  L. E.' MaeGregor,'  M-Miue Host-lhe Chair,  . Auld Lang Syne.  There were many expressions of  regret at Mr.   Kelly's   departure.    For.  two years ho   was   secretary'   of   tho  union and v/as a faithful;  painstaking  official.  Tho committee in charge of the banquet did their work well, lt was composed of Arthur Dandurand, Jame?  Grant and George Whitehead;  doing-watch rep.iring, eic..   He vis   in  J. J. Murphy's store..-  ^v 'V  Mrsj A, P! Macdonald and mother,"  Mrs. Mauniiig," spent Thurbday in  Cranbrook:.   t '   ;  '���    .  -Mrs. McKinnon has returnedrfrom  Spokane,and is again emplbycll at the  Central hotel:       .'  '   a- M  "0. J.'Johnson left Mjnday^oV Portland, where he iutends 'remaining   for  two or jthree* months-'      - , "!  , 1 t  Eighty-seven acr03 of Ian 11 fo: sale.  TLis"is a snap.-" For particulars, apply  to Farrell __'Smyth.1.' '*"'      ,     *  'Mr. S. Patterson'was here this week  from Rosslaiid on" .*a-'yioif ��� with his  brother, li. O. Patterson'and 'wife.'  1 - Read Farrell <fc Smyths daily bulletin. , Timb ,'6f>'arrival at trains" and  other information will be found on ��� it.  Mr. At'twood and -family .returned  Monday trom their'trip-'to Wiuhipeg  and other Manitoba points. *,    -,: r  - -'.  �� *   -"v."; " l "'*r' '-*'  .~ Mrs. Ro,bt. Campbell  and   daughter*  Helen wei;eiviliting,with<'Mr/"and Mrs.  A. C\ Coo,k at Ryan this week.  ��� '.        f     ' "  '�� -'".", v-  Ben Rilej'has haJ bis dinmg 'ioom  repapered a!nd decorate-1.   The artistic work was doue by Ton3T Hepner.  On Sunday a flower service was  held in the Methodist church. Rev.  Mr. Sowerbutts preached the sermon.  Rev. S. J. Thompson of Victoria,  who has been to Craub'rook on a visit,  passed through Moyie Tuesday on his  return horse.  Farrell & Smyth have a seven room  house and lot tor sale.- ' l   ,  A purse and pin were picked-up on  tbe'street'and left at this ofli.e. O^v-  ner can have same by proving property  and paying for this  advertisement.  Constable Routh has been called to  Fernie to assist in maintaining the  peace daring the strike.' Mr. Ro-itb i.-i  a level headed officer, and is a diplomat on occasoions of this kiud.  Ji. trains for ' all points iu Bmi.-,b  Columbia and Alberta. Through p,m-  serig.r service to *��i. Paul will not hi  inaugurated, until some time 'next  spring. -   ,,  J 1 1 t"1 1  t J-*-C. Corbin will he the president  and general tnenager 6f ihe -new road'  an! Austin Qorbin, 2J. .will be ���vice  president. The gener.ll superintendent  will be E J ward J.' R .hurts. The other*  efcecutive offic3rs ;deoided upjn are:'  George U. Martin, goner il froight<<-and  pasteuger agent; Albers JI Sperry, as-  sistand general freight and" passenger,  agent, a'utf Charles IL. Prescoti., master  mechanic. Elward G. Tiber, who has  been chief engineer 'during the con-  'struction of .the jroad., vi-jlj condnue iu  that capacity.  in antioip ition of the opening of  the Spokane-International, \V. R.  Calloway, general -passenger agent- of J j  the^Soo^line-atVMinueapolis, was in  Spokane last week to' 'make arrange-  mentsjor an office and general' agent,  or his company! , IV has Been practical-  ly. decided, that* J. ;'S." CaVter," general  agent of the,Canadian Pacific" at ,NelT  son, will serve in that capacity, and in  lhat'case'.it'" is .'understood that ' Mr,  Carter V.7II 'ajso be agent fo,r *the pew  road. , <   _. .  >*  ^Ea^le^ G-iye Up Hall,'  " S- CTSE��S_2_______3S_*r^^  if  '^1  > ������;  '.gembraL news notes.  Graubrook is to have "a curling rink  \ "Swiftwater Bill" is in   Seattle; and  is dead-broke.  Summ5rg.de. P. E. r., was swept 'by  'fire on the J lib*. , , '       ".  jNexl Thursday,  October   ISth,  will  be .Ttiiihksgiving Day,  Work is lobe resumed on the"G.dena  Farm near Silverton. '  Duck' huntinguid   reported   to   be  good at Kootenay Landing.   '    -",  /A good strike" is   reported   on   the  Bondholder, on Slocan lake.'    ,<  'METAL   MARKET.  Xew   Yokx��� Bar   silver, C9 1 cents.,  Lead,,.!.,!..       '   ' -     ,  1 -1 r  Lo.vno.N���Wad, X_0  xS_>oiali3t3 t3'0x'ffa_.iz3.  1      ,*'    .     o  The,lease which the Moyie "Eerie of  Eagles had"ou the hall iu S. F. Mor-  ley's buildiug expired on October 10th,  and'will not be renewed. The E igles  have nioyed out ifuir "piano, scenery  and regalia and have stored it in' Mr.  Murphy's store. ,The members of "the  aerie are yet undecided where they  shall nidet, but will probably make'arr-  rangtments for two nights a "momh-in  3IcGregor  hall.  r~^  "�� 9 ��   THE    LEADING    LADIES' AND MEN'S    FURNISHER.  "ft- rfr "2^- ^S.-ifSTJ^r r^jv.f^^r. TJTTiT/^-^ ipi$s-xffrz$s zjwvs- ^--^   S AJS ?{- vp  imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. .  XSSSaSOESEBESSSS  isncsns  Deposits of .*. 1.00 or upwards received.  There is no   better  investment.than ..a  Sayings  Bank deposit. '"-��� ,-; ..'  .Once ope.iipd it grows whether added to or   not.  v       interest   allowed at  current   rates   and   coin-  ''       pounded twice a year.  GEANBROOK BRANCH. %  J, F. M, PlrMKHAM, IV|anageP.  ON TILE FACE  OF  I- IT  it's what it pretonds to be. It's genuine and there isn't any better made.  When it comes lo  SOAP FOR FACE USE  you can't be too particular in buying.  Toilet soaps for flic lace wc reooni-  mend our medium : pi iced, daintly  perfumed, and giye that yelyely sofl'c  nesa to the skin' that '.ladies- so .rriijch  admire.    Buy a box or a cake  as  you  like. ;.. :;:,- . ,     ���  The Moyie Drug  A. Leitch, of the Ea3t Ivootenay  Lumber Co., is jubilant over tbe conditions which nuff exist in the lumbering business. The demand is big,  aud the prices are qaito satisfactory.  A. B. Cooper, manager of the Second  Relief mine near Ymir, came over to  Moyie this week in company with  Ghas. A. MacIOiy, of the' -Jhack-  MacKay Mining Co. Mr. Cooper was  well pleased with the looks of things  here. - -*. -  Ail members of tho I. O. 0. F. are  requested to attend the regular meeting next Treaday evenin.,'. Tho initiatory degree will bo conferred, after  which a social sos-don will be hold.  Coff'C, cako and sandwiches will be  served.  ��� Read J. D.   McBride's t-tove   ad  on  another page of this paper.  For A Local Telephone-'  Mauriso Quiin.of the * Cranbrook  Electric Light & Telephone Co., will  b3 in Movie aext week, when ho' will  endeavor to arrange tor a local telephone system. - He will, nped the  promise of about 10 subscribers, 'and  it is to be hoped he will be successful  in securing at least this number. Thf  central office will be in the Aioyie  Drug & Stationery s'uro.-  The L._Roi omine rat   Rissland",?^  now tbe deepest nji'ne in".he Province.  ';     /��� '     ���-���w* , ,;  ;   The HoterSpokaue  is to be ,made'  the largest hotel in the state ot   Wash  iogton,1 .' "-i -     .-' '-  Britjsh, Columbia is> teu times as  large aa England, with one-twentieth  of the pDoulation.  The Tritis-rWood Co., of Fernie, are  preparing to open up a wholesale busi  ness at that point,.  "Jack" Thompson, of Perry creek-  fame has beeu taking out some coarse  gold on Weaver creek.   * 1  W. II,' Moore of Fernie, who' ive.5 r.t-.  tending    (he   S^ji.tlift  convention   r.z  Nelidn, stopped off in Moyie for a day  to confer with the local Socitli-sts with   '  a view'to  org.in'z'ng.    Ttietd:-.y even-'  1112 a meeting 'was lield aud temporary  atrangenients were made.'   J. A. Macdonald ^ w.1'3 elected  or/nni/er;   J.thii  Taylor, sesretary; Jo* Ml;L iren, treas--'  urer.    A charier has bsen seat for an.l .  a permauent.organ-sation  will "be  ef~ '  fected-probably within two Wdeki.  ** Mr.Moore informed the L-'ad-ir that > '  in y case  of" an "election1 the   So'cbilisV"  party won UI'place as many-candidates   '  as pis-iiole in'the'firtld.    Tjiis of course '  would be 1.(1 to the executive commit- *"  tees of the diUjreut districts to decide10  for themselves     "' r  Al Melson, tlie Socialist convention  went on record-as being opposed to the  newly organ)"/.-d labor party,      -    ��  ���tiftl  'Che Spokane-Iuternational have  commenced tbe construction of their  new depot at Bunners Ferry.  Archbishop Bond, .primate of all  Cmada, of the Auglican chinch, died  Tuesday morning' in Montreal, aged  91 vear;.  A V u.couver milknun wis fined  -f LOO costs and sentence to six rnouihs  iu j iil for doping his m.lk with sodai n  carbonate recently.  A Good' Suggestion.  if, A. B-^alc ofi'ers a good suggestion.  [ f-^r settling the hose   nee  controversy  j-betw.en Moyie   and   CianbrooV. . His  j pUn is to place all the facts   before an  inde|iondciit arbitrator, to be  mutually  agieed upon   by   both  'teams,   say in  Montreal, who is  thoroughly   conversant with the rules of hose reel racing,  aud   whose   decision   shall   be   final.  Tina should   be   satisfactory    to   both  team?," and   we    brieve   t'.iey   would  both agree to such a-piopusii.oa.  *.-*_  "HI  A-New'Star.  The Week : A mo\emeut is on foot  iu the Kootenay to boost Mr. F. E.  Simpson, better known as the '\>M  man," for the boon to bo v ic.int   p.isi-  The body of Engineer Mnuson has  been^recovered.' A diver found it in  tho cab ot the engine in th-3 lake near  Camden, on the Great Njithiiu.  At the St. Eugene.  Wednesday wis piyday, which w 11  probably the largest in Ihe history ol  the mine.    Itamountid to $,>-2,o'JJ.  A diniond drill outfit is here, and  some further prespect work is to be  done bv thi.-i means.  ..urchcsi Cipranica del Grillo, better known   as   Adelaide    Riaion,   thx* '  cclebratPtl actress, died early   Tuesday j  nn..rniua' in l.iinf, of pnj.unonia.  , Ernes. Mills Here.  tion  of  Leader  of   tho Opposition   in  the 1'rovincial I'm lumen}.    Since M.-J'1'^ t,lkeu Ul" i'1'100  uf  Simpson paid .1 \isit to   the eoist   and '. lMei Wlth mlnv' w,,mcil of lil  was elected Grand ,\ l.-iK'r of   the Odil- ' ���"���������" *n ^'>;lan t.    O 1 *o   let   a   v.* mm  fellows of li  C, he hf   bet n    gniiifj   i' , bt'tin to cultivate atuto   for   H niolio-i |  Erne-)'. a[,K., dialr.ct  represent itive  of the Wesiern Federation of    Miner.',  Ii is now declare i by a 1" i"-. m ' Lou- ' eanie Ot Moyie yi'sterday.    l\j is   here  dou phy-ici m, that  the   t>i   c'ijircii*   l*" *��� *������-"��� lt' 'ba Movie uuiou.  1  th'   mo !>!iui6    n  11 ��rl i "  I  A Perfect Timepiece,  Preliminary Notice.  ttrong, having aaceptetl the presmoncy '  of the Alberta  I'.c-fcs  A'-sot.ia'ion,  and  tbe position of orgaui/ei foi the 1, bei  al pirty in tho inienorof the Province.  If his  fiiends and ^importers   -ire   ���>. r���  ions abiut the   in it tor, an I   bind   lb"  and      H/son  d.M'ined.  cigirettos    and   slu  is  \\V  A htiudn ii and   fifty  had be n wirki-ijr iip  I11 1 loo',   who  A meeting will be'dield on Monday  evening, Oct. 29th., in McGregor Hall,  in tho interests of tho Lord's D iy Alliance Bill.  m the Canb'ic  "old man" iu the lloii-o, t nere will b- j ���������-jtriet, ai-i hiitiu-4 Hi) tr.nl bi--k  plenty of  fun  next    .-es-sion   with   two j to     Vimc<mivit.      -'Work     to 1    1; ir ! ,  weather loo ro'd.    WVwilk  back"   u~  I   M-L  ^���liit'ii  tlu"-  pa-nnititii"1    m*  ���'J'Airn.TLAK   MAN"  tho  tud men in the show like F. E    Simpson aud John Oliver.  No tiling to    1't-nr.  Mothers n.ed havo no hesitancy in  continuing to srive'- Chamberlain's  Coggb 'Remedy to their little ones, as  it contains absolutely nQthing injurious.    This remedy is  not  only   per-  ^^-steskLlA?: rfy A ^''���-riVf- ^rf,rff 'r��T W V^'^"^" ~-V *���> * *"- Tyt^-S^ & ^'aftt-*^ , -  fectly safe,to give small children, but  is a 'medicine of great' worth and merit.  It has'a world wide reputation   for  its  ���t       p,     . ��� f      \ c"res of coijghs. colds  and croup  and  3_](J       _Sl/_tifl_ierV     !_0. can be always relied  upon.    For  sale  Mr. Simpson says, ho has no political ambitions. Tube editor of the  lEeiald is honor enough for nim, and  he   is   not   looking   for  anything alo".  Dressmaking-  ,...;..'.. .;- ���AND���' '  tho  Stitotivjiu   they   mule   to   m.'-iei^  who passed th-'ni on the road.  O tili'.O.*- ills   \\ atv'Il    l\V  'sOCOlul  llJH'1.  IU* will I if. iii tcrc^fed in our  'stork      t.f     UKUf   UT^ADE  MOYK_..i.X,X.  MRS. GEO. A. LOMEn,  QueeQ,s Avenue.' Co^  An Am fill rotijjli Oiirctl.  "Two \oai- ig.i our httli'tirl hid a I  tiiu.-li of piuvuiiiotiia, winch li-fi h.-r  ���vitli an awful cough. She had..-, spells  ofcoughing, just like ono wi'li th.'  whooping, cough and .'some thought  she would u'it get well at all. Wo'-K.ot  a bottle of Ohainberl.iiu's U-uigh Kem-  edy? wliioh acted like a charm'.  She stopped coimbinK ��nd got stout  and fat," writes. Mrs, Ora Buss.ird,  Brabaker.. Ill.: rlTliis remedy is . ��� for  .��;ile by the.Moyie Drug   <.(- 'Stationery-  Our i'i--  j;iir work wi!  him.  Mr. E.  iigeot.  A. 11,11   of. Moj  is our  :, W. F. TATE & SO^"  Jewelers and ' Gradnite Opticians.  ���CltANBROtJK, B. 0.    \  Oificial-W.it.cli Inspector forC.    P.   I.  vrov.-'s'Ne'il i'ltti l-'ivisim;,    .  r.M.**�� -.-:.iti'.;..^ --1 ?-.:*-^,r^ ri"^^*53  f-,'  II  I",'  >  j(  S'  ��{  i, -   j - -i ���  P- ' r     ii * _  " -'L.r lfl'r ^  -_ w Cafc 'j-;  Mill  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  grer_.fssra_ra^  ister's  etrothed  BY BERTHA M. CLAY  Author of "A Woman'* "Vene-eance," ���*rWfclcli X-��re4 HCbn/;  Best," ���"���Between Two Lovei," "Fairjr GUid." Btc.  iis_i��_iiaE--i-i--Si--^^  BB__8BS__  . *|p4  4-q  __hs  '  (Continued.)  ' CHAPTER VIII.      '  JThe rain poured without ceasing  all night and ihe greater-part of the  1 noxt  day. Tlie graveled    paths    were  turned   into  toruius,  (he  roads    sub-  uu-i-rd. nothing was heard    but    ihe  -howling     wmd,     ihe    ^eating     rain  , iifiaiijst tho windows, and the rust-  linn leuvi-s on ihe branches bowed  beneath ihe gale. The beautiful, bright  summer had .suddenly turned to  gloom   and  sadness.  Kd:iie�� paced up and down the  drawing room, dimly ' lighted by IU  narrow windows, chafing at being  forcibly confined"within and deprived  , of all the pleasures'that made the  country endurable. For a while she  helped Aunt Rolie to assort, the delicate shades of silk, while chattering,  without awaiting tho answers; then  she Cook up a book'that immediately  'bored her, and Anally-welcomed    the  announcement 'of breakfast,  with   de-  ' lisht. '     "   ' . b  Marthe was still suffering, but had  made an" effort to, come down, and  allowed her sister to pet her and play  the nurse with as,much earnestness  as she ever played' at anything.  i, After breakfast. Aunt, Relie installed   herself behind ; her  frame'at the  ' window, as usual, while Marthe sank  Into a deep arm-chair, sad and silent.  ' The tranquility of, her surroundings  bocamq,,unendurablQ to Edmee. .'She  resumedther pacing up and down"the  room, impatiently watching the , pro;  gross of'the hours.   ��� ' ,   ' u  ;'I assure yoif this is nothing at all,  me to tne meatre one aay wnrnout  telling anybody. She played ihe comic  parts and made everybody laugh by  her funny grimaces and gestures. It  was very funny, but always the same  thing. She took me to the green room,  where many gentlemen came, who  said many witty rhlngs and were the  first to laugh- at their' own sallies. I  laughed too, although I did not always  understand. -Then, one old gentleman  told me that when I mado my debut  I should create a sensation in Paris.  'Leave that child alone,' said my cousin; 'she is Miss Levasseur and will  never be an actress, for she is to be  a rich heiress csome day.','Then why  do your bring her here?' retorted the  gentleman. They, all laughed at this  -and paid no more attention to me.  But one of the gentleman was a friend  of my guardian, and the story came  to mamma's oars, and I was sent away  to, school. You see that I was' spoilt  and' neglected iu turn; a queer way  to .bring up a child, as Mine, Despois,  says. But it- is only since I came here  that I have known constant affection, l  kindness and devotion. You may judge j  how grateful I am,- and how your lit-,  tie, sister adores you. Marthe!'.'  "iMy dear, little   Edmee,    you    will:  make mc weep again." "' .    ,  "Ah! indeed no. That would bring  back 'that wretched headache < again.  And I1 want to see you strong, well  and brave." t  "Brave for both?" muttered, Mme.  Despois, a little, sarcastically, although  thinking to herself that, this, child  knew how to win all hearts to herself.  ' At this moment a^servant announced that Monsieur ile Cure wished i to'  and I understand he had an engagement with his friend lo meet him at  Trouville to day or to morrow, but on  account of the storm had decided to  postpone It. He gave them the address  of the captain's brother, the only relation he knew of, and with whom tho  r young officer quarreled many years  ago."  Edmee had sunk back in a chair,  white and trembling, murmuring:  "And I who expected him and was  angry (because he failed to keep bis  word." ' , '  "Is anyone suspected?" asked Marthe. '  "There are all sorts'of rumors. The  Inquest may throw some light on the  matter. The spot Is a deserted one,,  and the body remained where it had  fallen until this morning. The murderer had plenty of time to'make his  escape, after rifling the'victim's'pockets of all his money; but lie was  very careful to leave the watch and  ring, as they might compromise him.  He is far enough hy this time, you  may be sure. To think such' a thing  should happen iu our quiet neighborhood ! It will give it a ,bad reputation,  and strangers will avoid it .But why  did he not,take the main road? There,'  at least, ho would have run no danger  of, being killed,, and causing so much  uneasiness to peaceable people ; like.  us!" ' ,���',,''  "The captain always professed the  greatest scorn for ordinary' roads,"  said Marthe'i "and always took --'the  shortest way.' He was of a violent nature, and met a violent, death. Poor  young follow!" ���'���  '-"Alas!" sighed the good priest. "__  sudden death, without preparation, is  very sad. cThey say death must"have  been instantaneous. The wretch,'"whoever he was,r aimed well." �� '  (To be continued.),,       '    '.  UNUGHT  is better than other Soaps  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.   Follow-  directions.       =    ' "'  THEY   WEREALL  SKINNERS.  Edmee," observed Aunt Relie, teasing-   see ."Mademoiselle" for a, moment  *��� 9  Vs. K  it? Y^J <i_��  i i,.     >,-.  _ *-    * if .  ���  if". ��*f",l*.i",  -."*. B*M"4  ���,�� Pi  ; Vi�����4 ft  i isri    it  _y ^3 l\*  'ly. -"Wait till autumn and winter, when  you dare not poke 'your* nose out,  when tbe postman can scarcely reach  us, and provisions threaten to run  short; when we almost freeze to death  in 'this beautiful chateau "   _   v->   ���  "Don't    calumniate     our    chateau,  1 Aunt,"-'interrupted   Marthe,    shaking  off the painful reverie into whicb she  ,'had fallen., "We can keep ourselves  very> warm and comfortable, and^we  have plenty of books, papers and  periodicals to amuse us during the  long evenings. Aie you cold, Edmee?"  Edmee ^havered under her pretty  white shawl and made an affirmative  . Gigh., Marthe 'immediately touched the  bell, and soon a roaring fire blazed in.  thc enormous chimney, brightening  up" the old'room    with    its.  dancing  ' lights. Notwithstanding the hour, it  was-quite dark, and Mme. Despois  abandoned,,her work   to   seat   herself  - near the .fireplace, while Edmee, radiant and  smiling once more,  installed  " herself in  a pile-of  cushions 'at���her  .  sister's feet; and extended her, han'ds  T to.the fire.- ��  'I :"Thi,s is comfortable, at least!" she  , - cried-. "The cheeiful fire inspires con-,  YerS-.tinrf*'   T   love  *��n   In   r-lmttor     and  you arc both so silent and grave 'that  Jt gives me the blues!'      '*'  - ,  "Well,-my little' chatterbox," laughed Marthe, ".we..i/lisk . no'tliing' better  than to listed, to_you; is it not .so,  Aunt?"    0      ���   "=-"'-'  "Yes, on .condition- that   she   talks  ^nonsense;  ihoie is nothing   so t amus-  "ing- as nonsense in others,"    retorted  , Aunt J-elie. ���   -  i  "Then  you  shall be  served  to  perfection," rejoined Edmee, gaily.  "I must do you the justice to ,say  you aie good-natured, at least, Edmee.';'  , ,  '���This cheerful t blaze'' makes me  amiable. 1 was settling cross, watching  r Hie dismal rain. A grate "fire always  makes me think of my childhood."  Mamma always loved to see a Jjlaze  in the chimney, e\en in summer time;  and I can still'see myself crouching  in a corner -while she dressed. I  thought her no pretty, so very pretty."  Edmee seldom made any allusion-to  "her past, and Marthe had often felt  curious to leant .something of the  childhood of this sister whom she had  not known until she had found her  blossoming into womanhood. She did  not like to question her, and contented herself with the few words that escaped Edmee, and gave her a glimpse  of a somewhat strange existence for  a child. "I am sine she could not he  as pretty as yon, my darling," said  Marthe, toying with a curl,of her sister's golden hair.  ,   ���  "Oh! much prettier, with large,  childish, bluo oyes: at thirty-five she  -still played the Ingenue, and could do  it better than anjbody, too. She had a  way of saying a simple .little word,  without pcicc'ptibly raising her voice,  that brought the tears to everybody's  oyes. I adored mamma and she was  very fond of me yylion she had time;  but s-he often foi(;ot me entirely." ,  "What, foi got you!���what do you  mf.-iii?"  "Oh! she was not wicked, but she  had so main- friends, and went out so  much, that she scarcely saw anything  of mc When fihe went out to dinner,  sir- often forgot to,order dinner for  mc: and as iho scriants were fro-  iliiontlv changed, Ihey caiod little foi  mc. So I liad to take care of myself,  and dined on riackers and preserves  when I could find them. One day papa  urn xpectcdly lctiiiiic-i! fiom a journey  Und found mo gtecdily devouiing a  bisr-iit, pcir-hed on a cushion I had  placed on a chair. When I heard papa's  voice J was much fnghlened, and  would have tumbled to the floor if ,he  had not. caught me. I cried bitterly,  ��� half from fright, half from hunger,  ���and   it was only by great effort that  ��� he. succeeded in soothing me. 'Run.  for your hat, my,little Edmee,' he  said consolingly, 'and we shall dine  together at the restaurant.' I was not  aiifte sure of what that meant, but I  did not hesitate.: We had an excellent, dinner and some wine that tickled  m.v palate,' I believe it   was    the  .'.happiest evening'of my'life. Papa was  very amusing and affectionate, and  once I. caught him looking at me with  tears in his eyes. That seemed strange  to rhe, ah'd'I said, reproachfully: 'Why,  papa, gent-irmi'en never cry.' For the  first, time he then spoke, to me of m.v  sister,'who would be a mother to me  if ever I needed protection..After that  I had a governess. T jflid'.not like her  ���much, .but .she at least saw that I had  ��� ni'y dinner every day." ' '      '  "All the same, it w:is a queer way  ���of'bringing up a child," sniffled A an I  Relic.  .    ' ������ ,  "I .am' afraid T am giving you a false  impression of my existence in telling  t.h~ne things," she continued. "For I  was much loved and petted by everybody, especially as I grew older. When  ��� \ was. fifteen, one of mamma's cous-  Vis   whiv  wtj.s  v��trv tlm(]  of- me.: took  Show  him,in  here,"  replied  Marthe. , T._ /, '    >     ���  ���"I, scarcely dare come in, Marthe,"  said the visitor, as he appeared on  the threshold; "I* am .covered with  mud,1'and wet from head ' to1 foot���  what! a fire in Julv���what* a, good  idea'on such a day."  ���"Come in, we shall warm and com-"  fort you, Monsieur," observed Marthe.  "But how, come Francoise to allow  you to come out ou such a day? She  is usually so prudent."      ��� ,    ,,  ."I came out in spite of her and 'in  spite,ot, myself, too; for I might as  well confess my .'little 'weaknesses.  Duval's wife is,'very ill, arid I have  just come from there; and I said to  myself:, 'My little Marthe will send  her some broth and wine.'"      ,.   "  "Come, Monsieur," said *Mme. Des-  pois���Jwlth'a toss of her head, "make a  clear^breast ot. it all. The thought of  a good roast and, some'warm wine  had something to. do with your deviation to reach the chateau."  ,. "Another of my weaknesses," he  confessed, with a laugh; "I, am quite  a gourmand and Marthe is so 'skillful  in  preparing hot . wine.. To , tell    the  irutli,   I' tiui', suitKod ..throusli. by   thi3  beating rainv and I am ashamed-to see  my soutane 'smoking near the fire.",  "And your .shoulders are wet, too,"  cried Edmee,.* * throwing - her whito  shawl oyer, his shoulders.     ,,   *    ,  "Mademoiselle Edmee, he protested!'  '���I beg of you���your pretty shawl ���  and besides, It is hardly a priestly garment���although I must admit it is  comfortable.",  "Keep It "on,"' pleaded Aunt Relie;  ','it becomes you very well, and it is  as light as venial sin."  "Humph!" ejaculated the priest;  "he who fears not venial sin shall  easily fall Into mortal sin." ,  "Since we are on s-ich grave subjects," resumed Mme. Despois, gaily,  "f should like tto be enlightened on  one point. You are good enough to admire my embroidery. >  "Indeed, Madame, you are a fairy.  That cushion you sent me for my  prle-Dieu is a marvel; only it Is too  beautiful, I hardly dare kneel on it."  "Well, Monsieur le Cure, I have a  friend���who-is not very pious, I am.  afraid���who takes old 'church ^vest-  ments and* ornaments, cuts out the  supeib flowers and arabesques to applique them on satin or-plush, and.  surround them with fantastic stitches  ���somewhat similiar to mine. Is that  what you call a venial sin?"  "Sacrilegious! Madame, sacrilegious!'As to deciding whether a thing  is a venial or a mortal sin, one must  first reflect. But where do you find  these old things you introduce into  your magnificent portieries and draperies?"  "Oh! I hunt up the bric-a-brac shops  in Paris. They have magnificent brocades and silks our grandmothers  wore at court balls."  "What a place Paris is!" exclaimed  the simple'country priest; "one can  find anything there."  Marthe interrupted the conversation, entering with tho hot wine she  had prepared with her own hands,  and   which   stpained   untioJI'/iiijilv.   .  Why   .VotliliiK   Could, Re    Done   With"  MiyNoui-i   'I'li-.tlxT   Til Ic vck. , -  ollaving been notified that some one  \vas' cutting timber ou a piece,'of land  I owned in Missouri,1 I made quite a  journey to investigate, the'matter. I  found >the -information to' be 'correct  and I found'a farmer., near by"\vbo ap-,  peared willing-to tell me, more. ' <��� ,  "Yes, 'I reckon I -know - who '��� stole  your,timbe"r," he raplied toj'my ques^  tion.  ���The first I knowed about it was  when 1 'saw old 'Jim* Skinner'chopping  In your jvoods.    I asked him what he  ,iwas a-doiug there j'and lie told? me .to  ���go to the devil." ,   ,   .        ','.',  I put down-Jim Skinner's name "and,  my informant continued:/,   --" ','v  ".-"Soon after that I saw Tom Skinner  b'aiilIng#out  ���wood"'and   I   asked ' him  what he was a'-doirig oil another man's  land,-au"d he told me to go.to the devil.*  ^Gbt that down?" K ,       .   '  '-'Yes."- '    .' ��� ,.-"' 5_  -'  "Then I'saw Hank 'Skinner hauling  out timber to. make a barn and I asked  him, who gave him permission to,, cut  and ,he told me, to go to the , devil.  Hank Skinner it was.''. ' \ - ,  '    "I've got, It so."    ���v' '      -        y*  "Then,Pete Skinner comes1 along and  cuts'dowu about fift'y'trees and makes  saw- logs and has 'em hashed up, into  boards'for a house. He,'was getting  'out the logs one day when I aslced him  if'he-had a,permit and he., told me to  go to the devil."    .   . ��--' ?  "I see."       *       - ,    _  , ;���'   '  , ."The last Skinner I lsawt around was  'Walt. He-went in" and cut down trees'  to build a-me,wl shed. -lie, was drawing 'out' when -1' asked him if J"T_e  wasn't afeareil of' a lavysuit and he  told.inc to go to tbe devil.',' ;  "There seem to be lots of Skinners  around here," I observed. ,- �� ��� *  t "Heaps of,'em,"stranger. The sheriff  Is a Skinner, the justice of the peace Is  a Skinner, the only lawyer around the  diggiu's is a Skluuer and you can't run  amiss of 'em.".        , -v.-    ''  "If that's the case It doesn't look a3'  If 'a suit for trespass and damages  would hold." ' \  "You never could make it stick In  this world, sah."    '  "But what am, I to do?'*"  "I'll tell you, 'sah. I am' old Mose  Skinner, the father of 'em all, and I've  stolen mo' timber than all the rest, and  I'm telling you, sah, that you can go to  the devil and be durued to you!'.'���Chicago JSTejrcs. .    SEA-CHEST OF CAPT.'COOK.  WAY QF WASHtNQ  FIRST.���Dip the article  r to  be washed ,ui a tub of  lukewarm water, draw it  out on a wa^hboaid andrub  , the io>p   lightly  over it,  .. Be particular not  to miss  soaping all over.    THEN  roll it in a tiglil roll,, lay  in tbe tub under ihe water,  , and go on  the same way  until all tbe pieces haye the  ��� soap rubbed on, and, are  iol!ed,up. *~-   i'  Then   yo   away   for  thirty  minutes to   one  hour and let the    Sunlight" Soap do its work."'  NEXT.���Afler  soaking ,  the full time rub the clothes ���  lightly out ona wash board,  1 and the dirt, will   drop ,  Out; turn the garment inj  ^ide uut to get at the seams,  but don't use any more  soap i don't scald or boil a-  s ngle   piece,    and   don't  wash through two suds.   If  the  water  gets top dirty,  pour a little out and  add  fresh. I? a streak is hard  to wash, rub some more  soap  on It, and throw ',  the piece back into the  - suds for a few minutes.  "   IASTLV   COMCS   THE  - RINSING, which is to be   ,  done   m.luWewaim water,  taling special  care lo get  all  the, dirty  suds   a��ay.  then wring out and hangf  up to dry. '    '  ' for Woolens and flannels proceed as'follows:��� ,  Shake'the articles free from  dust.'   Cut     a    tablet, of  SUNLIGHT    SOAP    into .  . shavings, pour into a gallon  , of bollW water and whisk-  into a lather.,    When Ju.t',  lukewarm, work anicies In  Uhe .lather   without rub-  "blng.    Squease   out   dirty  ��ater   without 'twlstlnsrr.  ana rinse thoroughlj in two ,  . relays of lukewarm  wpler. ,  ' Squeeie cut water without -  ' twisting ,and'bang in tha  ^open a!r.\   ', ' ,   v  > P��~The most delicate  colors   may   be   .safely...  washed > in   the      Sun; j  light" way.   ,   * -,  <~r*~--^=*~ **tci.**ss-  =j^ <E,' CT3^**_>V  ^w     ,. ^^. .  * -^'  ' <L".' fin.. HEWARD will be paid  J>~*t\j\j\j   to any person-who  . proves that Sunlight Soap con*  . tains'' any, injurious' chemicals  - or any form of adulteration. -- ���  *���>     ,      ,--t ,     -"       -.  ��p ���-  Your* MoneyJ Refunded   "by   tho,,  dealer   from   whom    you , buy ,  Sunlight Soap if you find any'  causa for complaint i,   -*;  LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO '  . A^RUN"OF'BAD, LUCK.'; " .,  -'The Tarson���That's -an \ exceedingly  thin hoise/of-yours, coachman.. . You  suiely cannot feed'him'enough. * i tl  .'; Cobby���Ho, yus, ^'sir, I do.. s 'E ;'as -^is  good tinj.es. ,Yef"-see,'J^tors's-'imsiiVv-eTy  morning,whether 'ey'asTT'few oats or I  'ave,'alt��� a" pint, and 'e lost the lastfoui  mornings.���-Ally Sloper."''   ^ "' , '*  . i , *.  ' I\Toth.ings looks more ugly than to sec  a person whose hands are. coveied ovoi  with warts. Why have these disfigure^  ments on your person when a sure ic-  movei of all wafts, corns, etc., can-be  ���found in Holloway's Corn Cure.     ���    '  -sen   Roller*. -.  Tea rollers, who with their fingers  roll the leaves into pellets, earn from  7 to 10 cents a day.  1 io Krancolso  '" .she said. "The  i oads are fright-  'r!.et mo sen.1 -���;���*  111.it you dine wH'm '  Kiln is over, but il.e  ful."  "My dear child. ��' o would scold  with a vengeance. Tears have no effect ou the vivacity of that excellent  woman; on the contrary, she has a  flow of words that I often envy when  I am delivering my Sunday sermon.  She would reproach me of preferring  the fare here to the cabbage soup and  pudding she announced wa": should  have for dinner. Besides, she is very  inquisitive and I have promised to tell  her all I should hear concerning the  assassination;, of that unfortunate  young man." '������-���������..  "What assassination?" cried the  three women together.  "What! you have not heard of it?"  "No, we,have not." :  "There! there! Early this . morning,  the body of a young officer was found  in the forest near the turn of the path  that leads to the 'Fontaine de Vlr-  ginie.' Wis name was Berton, vor Bert-  rand, and he was killed by a pistol  shot. The imurder evidently took place  yesterday!1 afternoon, for the young  man left ��� Trouville at about two  o'clock, and his horse was found later  and brought back there. But did you  know him?" exclaimed the priest, suddenly noticing the consternation his  words had produced.  "Yes," replied Marthe, in tremuloua  tones. "He was a frequent visitor here,  and wes introduced by Robert d'An-  ccl."    ,'i  ���  "Oh, yes, Robert knew him. As soon  as the body was found, the authorities  called on him as a friend of the victim. He was out, but came in before  they loft. He seemed greatly shocked,  Rare  Rollo of tho  Old  Sea   Pathfinder  Treasured In United States.  Capt. Cook's' chest, the ono which  ha carried with htm on his voyage of  discovery over one hundred years a^o,  occupies a conspicuous placo In --the  homo of Rev. R. Crosby of, this village. Bays a. North Branch, Mich., despatch to The Detroit Free Press.    .  It is presumed that thl3 rare old  treasure Inclosed tho chart of tho St.  Lawrenct River when, In 1759, Capt.  James Cook, with the ship Mercury,  commanded a squadron which performed the hazardous service of talcing  soundings of that river under the grtna  of the Frsnoh forts.  The chost was probably with the famous navlgrator when he made his voyage ot discovery In the Antarctic regions. His observations, which were  published In London in 1777, were  doubtless preserved In this same old  box.  After*. Capt. Coolc discovered the  Sandwich Islands and was killed thera  by natives In 1779, the chest, with other  property, waa returned to the fajnlly of  the great navigator. Some time previous to 1800 'William Cheotam, a gentleman and connoisseur of Southwell,  England, received lt from the Cook  family. At the- death of Mr. Cheetam  in 1880 his widow gave It.toher sister,.  Mr. Crosby's grandmother. .' Bhe died  twenty-flva years ago, aged it, leaving  lt to her grandson.  When Mrl Crosby came lo America  the family wajs ^unwilling tha.t the  valued keepsake should leaye England,  so it waa left in his mother's care. Her  death having since occurred, it ha.s  Just been shipped to America',by a'  sister" of Rev. Mr. Crosby.V  The chest is made of Spanish maho- ���  gany, beautifully and copiously bound  In hammered brass, the work evidently  of an expert. The mahogany Is one.and  a. half lnohea thick, each side being a  single piece. Its top is .2x28 inches,  and the depth 26 inches.  Sir Wilfrid  Lawson  and Gladstone.  So far did Sir Wilfrid Lawson carry  his -teetotal opinions that guests at his  table were hot allowed vi-lne. Mr. Gladstone, who waa accustomed always to  have a glass of port at the end,of his  dinner, once dined-, at . Sir Wilfrid's  house, and the champion of temperance  did not relax his strict'rule even for  the great statesman. When-Mr. Gladstone re-turned home he was asked iby  Herbert Gladstone (so the story goes)  what he had had for dinner. He replied, "Water, Herbert; and very little  of that tool"���St. Jajues' Gazette.  Wood  Paper.  By one method of making -wood paper the wood is held by a mechanical  device against a coarse grindstone  driven at a high speed,, the material  being thus literally ground off into  pulp of the required fineness.  The Flagging Energies Revived.���  Constant application to business .is a  tax upon tlie energies, and if theie  *be not relaxation,'.lassitude and der.  pression are sure to intervene.,. These  come from stomachic troubles. The  want of exercise biings on 'nervous ii-  regularities, and the stomach ceaseb  to assimilate food properly. In tint  condition1 Parmelee's Vegetable .Pill,  will be found a recuperative of raie  power, restoring the organs to  healthful ae-;on, - dispelling depression, and leviving the flagging tm,  ies.   ��� "  j SLIPS OF THE TONGUE.  Some   of  the  Queer   Bulls  That   Havo  Been   Recorded.  That man made a r-mark that had  better have been left un��id *">*��- w>ie"  the   king  found   soma   fault   with   the  eail   marshal   for  s^iiie  details  of  the  coronation   ceiemony,   replied.    Pl<-*a'5e'  your majesty. I hope lt will be bette.  next time."   Lord Orford  tells the foi-  , lowing, which he characterizes as tho  'best "bull' he ever heard: "I hate that  woman," said a gentleman, looking at  one who had been his  nurse.   "I hate  that   woman,   for  she   changed  me  at  nurse."   A  gentleman'was  once  complimenting Mme. Denis on the manner  1 in which she had just enlcted the part  of Zara.   "To act that pact," saJd she.  "a person  should be young and handsome."      "Ah,   iinadam,"    replied    the  would-be   compllmenter.    "you   are   a.  ''complele'proof to the contrary," which  was a fau-i pas .with a vengeanace.   It  was   at   an   execution  in 'Ireland   that  the   ropo   broke   and   the   half-'hanged  ylctlm   fell   to   the  ground,   when   the  person  who   was    superintending    the  ' execution" said, "Vou rascal,  if you do  , that again I'll kill you as sure as you  ,   breathe." '���     ,    ��� '  I     It  was  an -Irish   mayor  who   Issiied  ,  a , proclamation   stating' that   certain  business   would be transacted  in   that  city "except- Monday"- CEaster Sunday  ' only excepted), which V-t-cappcd by the  pream'ble of an English bill which ordained that certain  regulations should  take place "on ,'every Monday"   (Tuesday excepted), while an En,��lsh mayor  ran  this close in a proclamation", and'  ���' an    advertisement ' relating    to    some  forthcoming races, wherein it ,was stat-  "ed that "no gentleman'will be allowed,  tito" ride on  the course -but the  horses  that 'aro to run."       ,        ( "   '  j-> Anothor '"bui." of   tho -; -Legislature  ,which  actually  found ,Us' way'on   to  ,, the'statute book was that In which in  amending an 9ld,act lt was ordalrfed  ��� Inrthe event ot conviction that of the  fine'of 40 shillings,  half .was to go-to  .the,,1-ing'and,halt to the informer.  In  the amending act'this  was altered'to  ' "-I0 strokes with the birch; half to gd  I to-'the King and half to the Informer,"  ; which'only, tends'to,'show,,,, that   -the  draughtsmen of the laws of the nation  are not ,always-"-as careful as they might  ,or, shouldibe.    Of coursoj "perhaps, the  poor .things, are overworked or' tired.   ,  ''   Shakespeare has been guilty of more  than'one'literary "bull,"'one'ot his best  being  in   the  first   portion  "of^VHenry.  rv.,"  .wherein "fthe   carrier"'   complain-5  that "the  turkeys" in his panniers are  'quite-starved,"   the  phrase;'occurring  in ,the"< fifth  scene" of ^the. second  act/  wherpas'turkeys'came froth America,  ^and'the new world swas_ not even -dis-  "cov;_red for a century later.   .Again,,in  .the firstfscene.ot the,fifth act''of "Henry V.," 'wherein Gower Is made, to say  to-Fluellen,  "Here comes  Pistol,  smll-  ���Ing'iike  a1 turkeycock,"., all   of  which  proves the' appositeness of the remark  tthat even Homer sometimes .nods,(..as  Shakespeare did In these and other lh-  'stances.   Ma.ny others could be.deduced, but the above examples will suffice.'  * Going   a Lstep   hlgjher,*- ,we   find   thot  Lord Lieutenant of Ireland of a .former  day  equally ati'fault-. In ' his- language,*1  ,'for In a proclamation Issued from -the  Council-chamber otjX>ublin we'��lnd._It.,  sets forth that ."whereas,, the greatest  economy is'^necessary,, In- the consumption of all species of grain an'd^e.spe-  cialiy in" the consumption 'of potatoes;"  etc.-- -Mr.- Grey tells ' of a lawyer who  in am action for assault and'battery ln-���  ��� formed the^JudgeHhat "the^defendant-  .beatihis client with "a certain'wooden  Jns'rume'nt, called*, an ' iron^ pestle."-r=.  ^London S tandard.',-' "', "���..' > -" "' - ,-i.   ��� "*\  NO. ADULTERATION  Is tased in the preparation of  Lead  CEYLON GREEN   TEA  The tea that outclasses al! Japans.  REFUSE SWBSTBTUTES.  Packets    Onlv.     40c.     50c. .and     60c.'   per     tb.    At   all  Grocers.  Look for this tag  on the cloth of every  Suit and Overcoat  you buy.    ; 7s.  ,   \  a .  It^ guarantees wear  and service because  it goes only qn cloth  that is pure wool.  The Doctor  A li ,/��*',gy - A o _>oRnd-your b0WCl8 rc(-uUr b>' �����������<*���.  JlLlWul/SuxSiiS L?.-" ,!?��_!Sll0i5!__.'..^-J�� -W  .'."-Arc your-bowels regular?"   He  y knows  that  daily  action  of the  ' bowels is "absolutely essentia to  health. Then keep your liver ictlve  4^  1  <*'  W# km s* Morel* t  tb�� lanailu ol all em  Wt.nkliibj.o^  ''i��-_t.��rffl  IC>U  n��.lc  -.  Alwa'vs.'at Home,  X,   a  ''It was all .legally, and-satisfactorily  settled   early   in   the   reigri'' of   Queen  .Victoria    that    the \Eritish    sovereign  ,may quit1" Britain without Jet or hindrance, and constitutionally discharge  her or'Jiis duties at whatsoever place  shall be 1 chosen.- ' Where the King is  there   Is  the_ court,  and    then," within  ithe 'British dominions, ' Parliament  might be summoned to assemble.'Oriental rulers have a'more subtle method of legalizing their Journeys. Tho  Emperor' of Japan must worship the  dust _f his ancestors every morning.  But lie need not necessarily go' to  their tombs; earth from the tombs is  strewn before him, and he obeys the  strict letter of the law. The Shah of  Persia develops the idea still 'more  quaintly.      Rightly   he   should   'never  <take his feet off Persian soil. And  he does not. No -matter how far' ho  may .travel, he keeps his feet on Persian soil; It Is packed into the false  sole of his boots. Hence, though he  eat bis dinner at Buckingham Palace  or discuss the weather with tbe Kaiser  at  Potsdam,   the soil  of  Persia, is  al-  ��� ways beneath hLs royal feet. '  No better package for'preserving but?  ter, to retain its original cliolcj. flayor,-  jias' evei;'been ^devised  thans.rthe"old  stone' or- earthenware jar.'^.Wlien covered .with' brine  It;keep's  the  butter  from thc'jtir. ' If 'the butter could be^  pi-evented; from' shrjuking'a'mKrising"  to"th_, top  o-',tli-'.brino.i lt* vyould'.be  still .belter. ,-, .Vn*fcxcellcut-j.plan\igl (6  place" only   a thlu , film,' of brine; oyer  .the butter and lit u.1'pintVinto th'e'jiir,  upon the butter; then pour melted wax..  ���or 'paraffin upon'the-���pliite.'-'eompletely^  sealing   It  "air1 tight-  Stored-butter-  .should bo liept'at as low and' even a^  temperature as /possible.���Farm 'Jour-'  uhl. ' ���; >'' rt.  ;-i"   ._ /*  r��y   ,_,.*,'  ' -',     - Fomu la  tlie Cliarn."r r~ y." ..  'Cream-tliat'-contains ,too much,skim  'milk and Is too cold "will foam.- Never,  add hot water to the cteam.^'lt musf  be taken- from the churn jind heated  1 by p]aciug;the'cau;in a pan of'Uot ;\va->  ter and stlrring'-uhtil ,the"desired.-tem-  'perature IsTeached.'   '\,    ���    .',   " -!'' ,V-  ' V      ' '.'.'(     9i"     ,.    V  ;'.-    >   A Hn��Ine���� "ou Houor."      ,.'���  -.v Milk;making and-milk, selling-are  and should" be^ largely transacted on'  honor."  The< advan"tag;e "is,/;wfth'fthe,  ,dairyman. . Ttnj' customer .who ' consumes tlie milk ftust'takeHt^on"faith..  'Siioh an advantage^lmposes obligations,  upon "the dair^-man "whleh'mlghtuot be  so binding: if the 'buyer's eycs/could be .  fhis\niarket,'iguide, .-remarks '.a'n -pexchange.- , - ;. >-; "- ' J- - - .i-.-' \' '-\ ,-���'  H   \   J:-^1r^-., HandV'Mlll^I'nlla.''''-1^- ���'- * "  rWe use*cheap "tin Jiuekets^'with' flat,  bottoms;   They,;-are easy,-to'clean and  '  '      - --"- - -V--.    '    '  - --  ft ��� Cnttlue- XSrvInnlir-it,  An eyelash is pointed.' a'cut lashii  blunt.   .'A  fusli-'once cut never agslj'  : becomes1 "pointed.    Every kmh Ihfe,"  ynrIablo*timo_and_then falh oat to Kj -  ^Placed by, a, fresh one.   When actl^l  Sash'sV falls',tho newcomer l-j t^lnw.'*" I  ,So ony'-mlscblof resulting from cultln; ] I  tho^laslics.^vlll bo rcinpdlml by limii I  Opinions differ-as lo whether la^h'cat-'vf  ���ting pr6"tnotes_-gr(?wt!i. Tha'litre'ndi-tjjl  tlib'''hishe_ linslKblii' Is very, eertiia.  ,'"., ",����� _.'!, . ':'*<���* yi  '-_.,-','-> ' ,-,.���-, _     "' - ' '��� ���   h|  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia, - f  "���/Tiger. Shrines^ln Benighted ln_i_. <^|  '   On6 of- the' pecu)Iari||.-��� of'th. Em-!.|  Indian *tcmperame'nt.mo-u titrfictUt to-  the ^westerner   to   co,mprf Urnd is li ..  venemtlon ffor certain   anlmaii, oiim'v  extended-, to .those the fnuM damnifa1.1 _  Most of th^ Hindoos and Mai.ijs inert.--|  lyi'accftpt   the 'tiger' s\a  an eil!t,ibs'S  'enured 'and .ft-"this -intiod h.114 !i!ifj "  ' It,, with superstlUous ti*n-.>r an.l rem-,  eric'e/iintd a^^sortT "of malignant ilc,:/.'.|  -,\vhlch,mustkand'inay be pAoiiied.  Ttf.l  -can ,be  shown".'to-day" fon&t  shriM2  and/saintly" tombs,  -where rthe   tiger",  comes nightly to kqep pious guar., ari. _|  you- may  hear  In any�� Himkio vl'ty  of Jogls, to whom the cruel bwsts s.re,.|  as,' lapdogs*.  ' - One  oi   thv; dunciihit"  ^whlch British officers ha>o <'iicounttrfri )\  'in; certain' parts of,India In their attempts; tojklll ofC the cattle liftlng'ory\  man-eating tigers 'of somo dangeroufly','  "Infested neighborhood, or to, have- spirt,,I  .with^thVnu is the^Pposttion of t!iep��-V|  pie* to, their ^destruction',���En1p.1t Ingor-  'soil's 'Xlfft-���"����. Mammals."      r. -1  iWi'iiard's Liniment-,Cures Dandruff,  . '- '    1     ,     �����     .*,.'��-  -II  The   Yard  ,..Iea��iire. '^-^  ird was las-tot-' .1  A CHEAP FERTILIZER,  Farmes and fruit glowers have long  suspected llistt thc wear and tear tu i>,  the stones and gravel in their soil havi  added to its fertility, 'but they hi.vc  lacked positive evidence. The slopif  of the volcano Vesuvius are rumiiik  ably fertile and are productive of tin  finest fruit, grams and vegetables. Nat  urally these steep mountain slop-,'-  would bo impoverished therefore anais  tlie question, uhence comus the fi'itil  ity? The answer is that the fuitihiy  comes fiom the nslies and dust of the  volcano which is made up largely nl  fine fiagments of lock pulverized 13  tin; tuniMc explosion in ihe voli-unta��  Recently the United' States Buituu "f  plant industry has liivebtigaterl thc  subject of giound lock as a fcitili.ei  and has conducted careful e\periii|ciu<.  which settled the fact that pulvun. id  rock is a fortili^er. Rock can be gryuni,  at an.expense of, $3.00 per ton., If it  claimed that tlie! fertilizer ; secured in  a. ton of granite ,at 11 cost Of $3.00 could,  not. he purchased abroad and imported'  at loss than $100. Great results ait  exnec'ted from this discovery'.  Compulsory Archery.  Archery was once -a compulsory cx-  '_erclso in every English parish after  Sunday church. "It is a worthy game,"  preached Bis_ibp Latimer, ','a wholesome kind of "exercise and much commended in "physic." A fine of a. halfpenny for abstaining from archery  practice on Sunday was enforced In  Edward UI.'s reign, and Henry VIIT.'s  crack regiment, the yeomen of the  guard, ''was composed entirely ot bowmen. Archery flourished some time after the introduction of the hand gun,1  though this had been used In England  as early as 1471. This developed. In  James I.'s time, Into tho callver, so  called from the English misconception  of an order to supply English soldiers  with guns ot thc same "caliber" as  the 3<Yench. pattern, and the longbow  was Anally abandoned in tho civil  wars.  erwew  Keeps your body,  warm,   yet   lets  your skin breathe  ���knit, not  yvoven,  -it fits,  Tdoes PEN-  ANGLE  TJnderwear.i  Guaranteed  Ag ai nst  Shrinkage  W-T  203  ?eo> f(ari(  "Trade-marked in red. In a  fvarlety of styles, fabrics and '  rprices,   for women, men and  Children,      a ad      guaranteed,  Maizypop In England.'  Malzypop in London Is the product of  tho latest American invasion. It la asserted, says What to Eat, that the record for such Introductions has been  broken in this case, for it took Just one  week to form a company, -to .register-  .the trademark and to lease a building.  In the second week the finished, product was being turned out. - Maizypop  Is simply popcern as we are familiar  with it In pink and white cakes wrapped in oiled paper.' The name is a  concession to the language of England.  Where corn is known as maize. The  ���tjtyo.; (Americans who have started  malzypop upon its career first.-bought,  the foreign,rights for popcorn machinery, then arranged to control the export of shelled com from 111* Unil*^  States for ten years.  MiiNlc-nl   Typewriter!'''  Among new .inventions is a type-  .writer for writing musical scores, it  was a crying need and has just been  patented.. The ditllculty was with,the  keyboard. The notes with their musical, notation were easily arranged, but  to shift the ty'pe'.uud set In chords was  the great obstacle that the inventor  claims to| have finally overcome. The  paper used is the ordinary music ruled  sheet. The, notes of the treble clef  are first written, then those in tho  bnss. So far they have only been able  to do this much, but they promise to  write music In both clefs simultaneously'.'in   a   short   time.- *"- '     "  -*-  .dairyman.-"-'-'''-   -ft -**    ������-..,-   , .<-.  . Jimt  Gooil ''l*InJn"'MHU.    .   " --,  Most of us have tocbe content,with  selling just'good ."plain" milk, sowhat  we most need is not instruction regarding ideal care so. much as leaching concerning "a few slinple^lncxpensive'precautions which shall tend to raise the  .general grade of the.-great* bulk 'of-  milk. The removal of the manure from  the stable every day, cows bcddeiJ> well  enough so that 'their Hanks are not  coated with manure, and their tails  soaked with urine and brushed enough,  so that hairs aud decks of manure and'  dandruff scales an*' not falling! In a  constant .shower into - the,,, pail���these  aro some of the simple things that go  to make good imilk.���Professor J. Van  Wagener, Jr. ���       s *  ,' ln Drier. , 1 -  Cream is cash.  Don't mix warm and cold milk.  Be gentle when milking, even If the  flies do bother."  4 Keep the milk cans open and in.the  'sun when not In use.-   They need the  ventilation. '      '      r .-  Cream and milk should always, be  kept where surrounding atmosphere is  pure,, and cool.  There are no bacteria In the, milk  when it conies from the cow's-udder.  They not' In "mighty quick, 'though,  afterward.  'An Ice.bouse Is a,good'thing If.you  can afford It. ,But you surely can afford cold water to cool tho milk.  The milking machine seems to be  doing good work. On one farm sixty  cows arc milked In an homr with.one  outfit of six machines. ��� Kimball's  Dairy Farmer. ��   , , v  *.    - * f  Pelted  With   Epltheta.  Sir   Wilfrid   Lawson,   the  most  famous temperance advocnte In England,  was tho target of the political   wits.  During his  last campaign  for parliament  Sir  Wilfrid   was  greeted  as  a  "peregrinating pump handle," "an old  cracked teapot," "a confiscatory mollycoddle," "a washed out water party,"  "a   pop   bottle   pump   orator,"    "tho  apostle of slops," "a maudlin ihpuntc..  "bank"' and   -'a   buffoon."     The.  last  epithet  was   so  often   hurled  at   Sir  Wilfrid that he remarked it reminded  him   of  VSelah":-iti, the  Psalms.   His:  hatred of war and ruui led to an epigram   whieli   has  frequently been  repeated. "The  country,"   he  said,   "is  governed   by   two   heathen   deities-  Bacchus aud Mars, or, ip other words,  by the god of bottles and the god of  battles."-   ' -  y-t-   t   -  l"  'ne"won  Ilcr. i>|  . ^Sho���Last nfght I dreamed of a most -  beautiful woman.* K -       <���'  _<   Lie��� Rather a coincidence.   1 dream-  ��_u\or you, too,'last night���FittslnnV!  Cbronicle-Te'<igraph. ,'"  _  ^   The  llviman   Slomnoli.  The human stomach is provided with  *our coats:'. (I) , Tho external, or peritoneal; (2) tho muscular, w hich r��J-  lates the mechanical 'movements of,,,i!"  organ^when churning the fond, (li i'f  submucous, or cellular, (li the imifi i  membrane." which-secretes ihe jjiit-f-  Vilce.      ��.  I'aliitlnif anil  Druivlmr.  Sir Frederick Leigh ton once supplemented words  of advice and  eiicour-  ngement to n struggling  young  artist  by handing him an envelope containing  a chock for $250,. with   the   remark,'  "Ono day, my friend, I do not doubt  that you will   be able  to draw  even  better than this."   This reminds one of  the anecdote  told, of. the visit of  old  Joseph Gil.Iott, thepen man, to Turner.  "I have come to swap some of my pictures for yours," he said.    "What do  you moan'."exclaimed Turner.    "You  don't paint!" "No, I don't, but I draw,"  said Gillott, unfolding a roll of Bank  of England notes, "and hero are some  of my pictures"  ;; .' .FEELS-GOOD  to feet,find fingers.    There's  a silky softness to  "Dominion Brand'Hose  that means foot, comfort  well as wear and warmth-  f" . ���   Tnsist on  "Taj that Tills" in.S'M.  PBcSBEoSn^'DoBiinion ��>'�����"'  i^nt   ;Hfisc-an'H<^'if0  The  Tells'  pair.  A-Bunill 4 Ca  as  secIMS  I"  bosc - ::;;"!'  <<'n���,  -Taj,'   ",nt  on    every  ���W   N  U   Nil   ��te  ^a_s_V._  -*'*,��:*fe}';5'' THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  A LION STORY.  Tragio   Experience   With   One   of "the  Af,ican  Man Eaters by  Ryall,  an English Engineer.     ���  "Many   years'ago/'   says   a  writer  ,       ihe arrival of the railway and  "!" :JTor��S��w ���� eaSt AfrlCa- the na-  Ulfi , were decimated by "ons. It was  tlV^-��lble In some districts to procure,  iWT^X Appalling stories arr  1 ni related of the fearless ferocity of,  "i". lelst. The railway was build  th nt Khi . Several coolies had,bean  UiZ,n,t off by an old ,llon, and oiTe night  '"-,li "an Eu��H��h engineer who had  3 ���'" much service In India, decided to'  ",,,���. in a railway carriage on the  ���s   ' f celling a  shot. - -With   him  *-"       ��rr   Huebner,   the  German   con-  "n'ir ami" an Italian, Parent!.    The night  /,   i-irlc. 'With   but   little  moon,- an-.  Xr ,r,ldJilg!it Ryall commented upon  fl linu-htnesfl of the fire/lles near the  ��� frlarr and also remarked'that he had(  i -tVu repeatedly crjssrand recross  ^"'.spiit **-e'r*-  Uie 8tt*.1, ra,n  e'*nl-.et.  **���  the moonlight.- I - '   ,.,       .  -.-Hut imp supposed fireflies were th'  n.niliious eyes of the Hon .they -lyaited,  for ami the' rat was'the slow move-  ,m-r.l of his tail." If Ryall had recog-  nitml ihK his life'would have'been  ^"./���d Tired of their ,vJsH toward .tfir  .njrii.ng, *t��-e .three watchers went . to A  cti.J.p iluebncr on the upper berth, tho  "xvo others below. 'J.lie caniage w**-1  tv ordinary'sleeplns, carriage, familial  /0 Indian travelers, .with a1 lavatory be-  ���wn-il tin- couches. An hour had passed.  il,,.' party was asleep.'-when the Hon  )', -.i-;,('it 'into the ' carriage ' and' seized  jiVall while ln'a,momeiit.Parentl had  gttpjipj Into the lavatory .and closed the,  l! mr. i    ' , "'.''-"  i "The movements Jof ,the Hon, or more  mchi.'y. hti weight 'thrown-on onft,  s(io .caused the door by which'he had  cn'i-M the'car to?close. ("Th\ia-Hucto,-,  ^.rs'Upe-rlence \yas'most terrible.' The  nil. �����' were below,'.'and V>n*-rthe uppM-  b.-rtli he'remained while, tWllon'killetl,  .Mr Hyall'within ��.rh,��e'feet ql .him.  "titer a few awful minutes the grea'^  bp,i-="t jumped out through 'thc.whid'.iy/  rivitii I.yall'p bodyin-SljSijnbuth."'';.      ,, ���  RIVALS THE MlrCADO. ''"'   r  IN   PORTO RICO/  King   Edward tyi'l.^ Has'/a^Well-Nigh  *  l    Tri - Millennial Ancestfy..*/,     \  - I,     r      -   ' 1-      ,,-'-'- ,   .*       i  'It doubtless will be> news'to ;man,v  that Edward VII is the orie"klng In all-  th'�� world .who'unites in hls'p.rson/thf  ollcs*. royal dignity. SnrEurope* with,th<-  nl.Ifil blood royal��� and4both .Xrish.J'F r  li* w genealogically arid ". Indisputably  t)d- direct descendant and supreme rep'r,  r.-si*u'atlve of,the hlgluklngs of ancient  Ini'iinl. The history of', Ireland-goes  ba.:k t> Couelrl_" Mor, "or Conalry^thfe'  T crc.it.'ttiKi 600 years, before Christ rul-'-  r-d tis hlgJi,klng"over"the cl'ans^of eh"  Oaeis of Ireland at.-.Tara. iFronUjthis  rfrtuiry the Great,'the historic^uncestor  of llieHy NlaW'to'King Connor Mac  .Versa,-'who was'the cbntempoiu'ry ���of  the Roman Emperors Tiberius and Au-  custu-j; from* Connor-Mac* Ne3sa;t"  King Nlal ,ot the hostages, who reigned  in thc generation-before "St. 'Fntriok  "���ra.-no to -Ireland;;'f��im''-King NIal "to'  iting Malcolm' Can  -.fori  who married,  |   ri-lnoe3s'_.'largafet.';��lster.ot the Saxon  ' king Edgar'Athellng*,' Irony King Malcolm to the henolc^King Bruce of,Scot-.'  land:' and from>th'encei  , through    the,  Stuarts, tho -hdpse of, Hanoy'er'and.that  f-t Coburg/'to *Edwar d' VTI.;-the'descent:  -1s as direct and as incontrovertible as,  any descent In' ancient' oV'modern Ills-,-  lory! says the 'Marquise de-Foriteiioy., (  Of (bourse,   there",are,other'; people,  some of' them great Irish "nobles, 'arid  others, mcie commoners,'" besides h'un-,  ' dreds of persons^who-'can'showi descent,  from the ancient, kings ,.of Ireland/ But  all have quitted1'the' royal" caste,', which  King- Edward Is alone to retain. For  all those who wish' to have fuller par-''  tlrulars of this Irlsh,.ancestry of Kins  fc>r.\ard,.T would .refer to the works of-  the late Sir Bernard, Burko, T_Tlstervkjng  at arms, to'other.eminent genealogists,  and last, but, not least, lo^ that trusted  a��!f--ftc-late of Parnell and'.former. Nationalist menVber of Parliament, Prank  Hufrh O'Donnell. a recognized,authorlty  i,n  Irish  history.    "     '*     ,   JJ    -  '  This Irish ancestry of'King 'Edward  Invests, his dynasty -with ah antiquity  Miperlor to that of any relgnlnsr house  of -Europe. -Indeed. It Is necessary.- to  -;>^'k the records ot such .offspring of  the gods as the Mikado ot Japan for a  piTioalofry 'to rival, the well-nigh trl-  niillennial ancestry of Edward VII.,  ho.r of Wettin. heir of Gufalph, heir of  .Stuart, heir of Bruoe, and heir of -Nlal  --.i.n ancestry which many - Irishmen  ari'-irently Ignore wben.they refuse to  ilo honor,to the present King of Ireland;        " .��� -      '    '   '  O I -.  Nv' Bnlti.  The kind old .gentleman with n  bundle of missionary leaflets under his  in in stopped'a moment in the street for  the purposetof'administering a stinging rebuke to the newsboy smoking n  i !.:ari-m>. ���       .   ^  ������^otiuji- uiaii'," he said In tones of ter-  ii'ile lutousity. ,'���throw that cigarette  away!" ��� , ,  "Ah. g'wan!" replied the'1 newsboy  contemptuously^ "Buy ouev uv yer  own:"���judge.  1   A   RcKTiilnr   OohmIp.  Village Gossip (to sister gosslp)���l  hum toll you of'thc awful scnudfil in  tin' village, but only ou condition thnt  .Mm promise not to breathe a word of  il i'i any one else.  Shter Gossip���I promise faithfully.  ���/������tui'y i* then related.)  I'irst Gossip (meeting tho other an  h"iii- later)���Well, what have people  ���������i'l to Miy about the news I told you?  - 1 1'i-wnde Blattei-.  So  One  Who   I��   .Vn.ilioiiy   Will   Slon'p  -    to   Muiiuul   l.aliur.  Porto Rico has us problems, soc-i.il,  political and economic, but none of  them Will proMf* moie dillicult of sulu,  tion than that of labor.' V.'hat nef.i.s to  be done is to 'make labor honorable  where it has bean held in disrepute.  This is to overcome iugrahii-d pioju  'dlqes, a task for a IlcreuJoi. Mr.  Kowles*' recent book,'"l>ov,-n Iu Porto  Rico," pictures 'the condition of labor  as It is iu the island today.  To carry a package on flic street is  'indicative1 either, of poverty or luck of  breeding, ,  A family must he very poor If they  cannot afford several servants. , To do  any kind of housework cannot be considered-by the lady of the house. She  aits hi the parlor dressed in loose gar-  nionts and spends much of the day in  Idly rocking to *and fro In a rocking  chair. When she goes out shopping,  'either she Is accompanied by a servant  who carries her small purchases or she  hires a boy to carry them for her. If  she is so poor tliat she must do some  kind of work, the fact must be carefully concealed from her neighbors. '  , Among the men there is the same contempt for manual labor. The merchants must of necessity be busy men,  but tbey are very careful not to degrade themselves by doing any kind of,  common labor. They object to performing work that can be done by an  e'mployee. Business ,men do'not carry  bundles 'home ,at nigbt. ,They seh.oin  lend a hand when some little mishap  occurs,, or when repairs, are needed.  Tbey are gentlemen, and menial tasks  are for qommon'workmen.  ��� The same spirit is-shown among the  mechanics. , When .,a- plumber is sent1  for. he-usually comes attended by his  man.f His business'is to toll; the' man  .what to do,'while, he'hlmself stands by.  and watches bim:' Tbe farmer docs not  go otiti to work upon'ihls farm:'' He  mounts a horse aiid'rides^'ound. telling  his,laborers wJiat work .must be done.  I* j Ask'"a "common laborer, to carry your,  band luggage to thc boat.oivto the eda;',  tion and very.'-kely he will come at the  appointed 'hour, with "si, colored boy.  '-wbom-ihe-orders to take up, tho load  and-,carry lt, while he himself receives  ���the'ihoney and walks by the side of the  boy.,-i'���-���/",��� -T'fc    , "    / -  (<������-���"   '. '.. -.    --'      -" '"-A   -  '.   '     Apple��-*nd   the Throat.. 5 (-  ^By,ordering4hls p'atieuts.'to eat heart-'  lly of, certain' fruits aud"_"forbiddsng  them to touch others at all, Dr. Nadiil,  one of Earls'/ most, famous- scientists,  Is-* treating' the ;throats ,of.' the" "gi-eat  opera singers. There Is no^ediclne at  'all'invhis'"treatment.," In some cases  be," adds-nothing ,to' tlie-patient's d[et  and secures results by forbidding them  to "eat'apples and pears.', According,to  Dr.; Nadal an' apple or pear each din-  is enough.to keep, the, sensitive throat  .out-of-order all.'the/time. A singer'  'of, course,notices-the first symptom of  , throat'disorder 'In' the forni"of conges-''  tion of-the vocal cords. * These, instead'  of,bteing'"whlte,>nd"thin, like a tciidqn,  become red: and'swolleh' with congestion, of "blood. " The -'high-notes become  'difficult-'and' the' quality of-the voice,  ���is'impaired.-1-.\ < -*i~',i_- . . * . ,.' ,  ..<���.''ii >���"' ;.. .j ;��������� ���>���:���rr~     :    , '*   .,.��  . ."   ^    LlbrnrlKKia  and Liberia.; <     J ,  *"?" The*'������;American '-, 'r_Ibrary''���'ass6ciation  ' lately--held a. '"meetlrigrat NarragansAt  'l-icf.^Amo'ug^the^ persons Mn"v a,ttetid-J  auctf on the proceedings was^a b'uxom  lady" of color,  who took a prominent  seat.and,tllstened to all that went'ou  with an air of evident pride.   As" she  .did "not appear to  he a regular' delegate * she vwas   'finally   questioned 'regarding her Identity and revealed herself as a fairly well known laundress  of   the   place.     Further    questioning  brought out the fact that she had mistaken the-llbrariaiis for a mission from  Liberia.   The joke is perhaps in   part  upon the librarians, whose debates and  literary performances had not in the  .least served   to, dispel   her  illusion.���  Bookman.-  The  Pt��rl�� .Guillotine.  No, convicts have been guillotined in  Paris for ten years, and the sentences  of those condemned to (death have  been' commuted to imprisonment for  life. The reason for. this lies '"in the  fact that the law provides" that nil  capital executions shall be' held in  public, and since the guillotine was re-'  moved from the Place de la Boquette  ten years ago' no other place has been  found for'it Tbe residents in the  neighborhood of every place suggested object to its erection near them.  .The authorities were lately put in a  quandary when a condemned man refused to ask for a -commutation of his  sentence and declared that they must  put him to death.  for family Colds  A reliable cough and cold cure should  be always ia the home ready for tue the  muiuenl the first symptoms appear.  his always easier, cheaper and better  to check a cold ia the very beginning.  It is safer, loo.  Shiloh'i Consumption Cure, tbe Lung  Tonic,   lias   been  tested for  thirty-three  ,      years, and tens of thousands of noma La  Canada and the United Slate* to-day are  jinjr without it.  A tWUr-wriiri: " SlutA's Consumption Cure  is without doubt (he Led remedy for Cou��hi uk!  Colds ou tho nurlcet. Onca used, tnr customers  will bur u> othor.���L. Elslqr, N*ss__iwcra.Ont."  If it were anything but the best would  -*iu be so > Try it in your own fahiily.  If it does not cure, vou get back all it cost  you." We take all the chances. Neither  you nor your dealer can lose. Isn't that  lair? 2_c.fis the price. < All dealers in  medicine sell < 503  SOFT CHEESES.  THE HERITAGE.  by   I lit LITTLE ONES.  gome    Clever    Suylnsris   TuUan    F��om  Houtliv  of  Ilubea.  Mamma���You have been very naughty  today���Tommy. ' '   '       ' tb  Tommy���Shucks'. ��� I could have been  twice as naughty If T had wanted to.  One day small Elmer was given a  portion of tripe for lunch prepared according to the Spanish method.     *""  "Ugh!" he exclaimed alter tastlng'it.  "Ain't* we got i_x>lhiu',to eat but this  old, sour bath towel, uinimna?" ' >  Little Elsie���Mamma, how much do  people pay a pound for liubies7 .   '  Stanima���Babies are liot'sold by the  pound, my dear. , " ''    ' , -  Little Elsler-Tben'i why do they' al-  'ways weigh them us'soon as tbey'are  born? -,        '!        '- -'      ',-'',  " ��� ��� .'   r"7-" -1   "     . '<���  -Teacher1 (junior grammar-* class)'���  <_obnny, what gender Is "phonograph'."  Johnny���Feminine gender/'  r  t   \    <t <������  '.,' Teacher���No, no; it's neuter. ���'   , '   ���  Johnny���VVell, 'it-* b.ught to be fenil-  uine,\-'cause  it repeats' everything  It  'bears:���Chicago Xeyvs,'  s     "       '  '      ' *���  ", *    '      'Arnb   Co��tarae��.!      '        '" '  ��� There.-is no record jof the costumes  of the Syrian Arabs having changed  during the period covered' by 'hnman  .history either as regards male,or female dress on adornment- Saving only  'for his firearms there is no reason to  believe that the".Bedouin of the-,desert  does not clothe and adorn hiniself exactly   as lie" did  In   the( days  of  the  patriarchs. - >  --0  Hair  lone  At any rate, you seem to be  getting rid of it on auction-sale  principles: "gbing, going,  C-o-n-el" Stop the auction  with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It  checks falling hair, and always  restores color to gray hair. A  splendid dressing also. Sold  for over sixty years.        ;  " Mj lialr came out so hadljr 1 nearly lojt It  ��Uj I h��il lioaril no mucli about Ajsr'i Hair  v-Kor I thoiiRlit I would'clva It a trial. I did  '" nnd it complHtoly stopped,Die falling aud  tnado my halrcrow very r��pidly."��� JliHV il.  1'IKI.d, Nortliriild, Ma��_.  Hada by J. O. Ayer Co., t.ow*ll, Mas*. 1  Also manufaotureris of  SARSAPARILIA.  PIIXS.  CHERRY PKTORAL. I  Tlie   Moat   Important  Yrnra.  "T'he recent death of Carl Schurz  calls to mind," says Enos Clarke of  St. Louis. Mo., "a conversation with  Mr. Schurz some years since while in  St. Louis, wheu. he spoke of his return  n few vcurs previous to Germany and  of a long and friendly interview with  Prince Hlsmnrck. During this Interview the prince asked Mr. Schurz his  age. and on being answered that ho  was then Hearing his seventieth birthday the prince quickly replied, "Let me  tell vou, General Schurz, that the first  seventy are the most Important years  of one's life."  Illfli'M   For   the   Philippine*.  Colonel Frank II. Thipps, commanding officer of the United States armory  at Springfield.  Mass., has received orders from Washington to issue as soon  as convenient 25,000 of the 1903 model  rifles,   conimonly .knowtr as. the   new  Springfiek)   ri.lcs..'"for. the   use  of   the-  troops   now   stationed   in   the   Ph hp-  piues.   These guns will all be supplied  , with the,new knife.bayonet, and wHl  , replace the Krag-Jorgeusen guns with  I rod bayonets, which the troops are using at present ,  Ol>cj-ii>K  Him- i. "  "Here; you. sir.", cried the irate old  gentleman; ���'didn't I tell you never to  enter'-this house again?" ,       .:  "Xo sir." replied his daughter s persistent suitor. "You said not to.-cross  your threshold.' so I climbed .in the  window.'-'-Boston Transcript  ers  At   Ilic   7.oo.  Fcrdy-Look at that deer, what iu-  tollicent eves he has!  S-Yes; how   a hunter can   ever  JstaLau.anforadeerl.he^Mmy  comprehension.- petroit T'.ree, 1 lew.  JiOSWllT.  ���.Norway's population; in comparison  with her area, is'the smallest In EuroDe.-  Dairy   Experts  Tell     of    a     Growing  Market For Them. j  An indication of the growing popit  larity of soft cheeses is the large demand for the varieties sold under various  brands as Neufchatel  and cream  cheese.    The basis for most of these  is the common "cottage" or '.Dutch" -  cheese, and many of them are merely  sweet or sour curd put in an attractive -  and appetizing form. The manufacture  ~of these varieties is comparatively simple, w.th practically no danger of loss.  They are sold and eaten when fresh.  Further,   they- will     yield    a     larger,  amount of salable * cheese ���from   the J  same quantity of milk than other varieties, and .they bring prices almost as.  high as the best imported cheese.        |  Very naturally these cheeses    form  the basis of a profitable Industry. But  here, too, we find that ' the   common j  Canadian product is different from the j  cheese In Europe going under the same  name. The Neufchatel cheese' of   Eu- (  rope is' a ripened    cheese,    but    the  cheese going by this name In Canada  is usually unripened curd with an at-.  tractive wrapping. Some of these1 pro-J  ducts, however, are    highly    flavored  and .compete favorably   with    certain  rip^med types that arerlmported. All of  them command a" far-higher"price than  the ordinary hard,cheese.  High Profit In Soft Cheese.  . It' Is certain, therefore, that there Is  an established and rapidly growing  market for thr, best types of soft  cheese. The profit' in .the manufacture  of the hard types of cheese is exceedingly 'small*both to the factory and to  the,producer of milk, but the prices ot  the highest ^class of soft cheese (40  cents or more per pound), are so much  higher than tlie prices pof the'' hard,  cheeses that tholntroauctton of their  manufacture should be a great benefit  to the dairymen. ,        ,  'The fact that soft cheese ���will not  keep very long gives an especial advantage to the.domestic over,the for-'  ,eign producers If the, products'can 'be  made of equal merit. For -such perishable products there is a great advan-  1 tage .In can (intimate relation between  the maker and. the .consumer.? "  . * Factories nearaeno'igh' to a large.city  -toysupply the. demand with cheese al-  ways-'ripened to exactly the' prime condition' should easily be able to control  their ^home-market-, if .they can 'once  ]control theirrproduct. ,11 seems possible .that there ^111- be an advantage  nearer the small, cities, at "least, in  their production by individual' dairymen who could - dispose [.of their own  -product In a- restricted market.,.,     . -^  ���  ;Care of Grafts. '     " ,  -*. Grafts, which" ,_w$re --set- last spring  should receive immediate " attention  There are'likelj; to be suckers starting  from the old branches below1 the scions,  and these' should be, removed, or\they  will'rob the new growth.-The''scions  We saw her soft body weighed down  With  Its   splendor   of   raiment,   and  epa.kp-.  "These   things   ehall   she   wear   aj   a  crown,  These wear, for her purity's sake!"  ���  In crimson we robed-her and white;  Fine linen we bought her and gold;  We sheltered her heart -from the night)  We muffled her breast from the cold.  For a softness and beauty denied  The dust of our emptier days;  We'crept to her then ,in our pride,  And a mockery met our gace. i  -    ' , i 1  For  with   all   the   white   raiment  ate  wore, .  With, all the soft life she might llr*  She cried through her roses once more;  ���Is this . . . this the most you ca.n  give? i  "Since   I wait,   being, a   woman   onc��  born, , '  ,    For tha.solace of anguish, and fears;  Demanding my. birthright, to mourn.  And   my-gift, of great   sorrow,   and  tears!"  ���Arthur Stringer.  ' Caesar's Calendar,  ''  Caesar's reformation of the calendar  was really ma"de by Sosigenes, B. C. 46;  '-    5.   -,   BLOOD .TROUBLES.  .  i ,       *    ���.  r* "    .    '   -  Cured    Through .the    Rich,'lied    Blood  'Dr. William's Pink'.Pills Actually  '.)'... |-  Make..   ,       <     '   "  ' Thousands'- of"' women "^suffer , from  headaches,������-dizziness, , langour ... and  nervousness. ��� { Pew realize that their  .ihiserv..'all'comes'from'the bad state-of  their "blood. They ..take one thing for  their head, and a'nother^for, their stoni;  aeh, a 'third for ,thcir\nerves.' And yet  all .the while ifo is simply,,their blood  -that is the cause of ,all their trouble.  Dr. William's Pink Pills cure all these  and. other blood troubles because1 they  .a.'.iially make'-new, ..rich,- red blood.  -Mrs. J. H. McArthur, St. Thomas, Ont.,  says: '.'Dr., Williams'. Pink .Pills have  :Jo'ne me a ,world, of ."good.-* For about  .eighteen months I.was-a constant sui;r  ferer. 1 was terribly run down and thc  least exertion left ihe lagged , out. - -i_  slept badly at night and 'this furthei  weakened me, and finally I, had to,give  np housekeeping' and g6 boarding as 1  was quite unable to do-any .housework  I took doctor's medicine but it was oi  little oi no benefit. One day a neighboi  told me'how much benefit she had dt  rived from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and  advised ine'to try them. I sent and got  three boxes, and by the time I had  U3ed them I could' feel a change foi  tho hotter. Then'l got four boxes more  and before they ��*vere all gone my health  was fully'lestoied. 'To see me now one  would not think U had ever been sick  for a day, and I can honestly say 1  o.ve my lenewed health, to Dr. Williams  Pink  Pills.",  ,' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the  greatest cure theie is for the weakness and backaches aud sidcaches of  anemia, all the distress of indigestion,  all the pains and aches of rheumatism,  sciatica and neuralgia, and the weakness and ill health that follows any disturbance of regularity in the blood sup  plv. Sold by all medicine dealeis or  by inaii.at 50c a bov or six .boxes foi  SJ.50 horn Tlie Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Biockville. Ont. . , ,   .  v     -    Safe  mid   Witrm.  ���Antiseptic methods are becoming  popular, with -the country barbers-in  England. A man dropped into a village shop the - other May and was  shaved. Then came a wash by, a  sponge whose odor suggested the  morgue. Tho victim's face -n'as burned  like fire. -'What on,earth have you got  on Hint sponge?" ho,demanded. - "Ah,"  answe'red tho villager proudly, waving  thc sponge In thc air. "That's carbolic  acid.   It's so safe!"    Frogrn   In   n  FlKTht.  A desperate fight took place between  t*.\o parties of frogs, each composed  of not less than 10.000, In a large ditch  in OJimura, Ilarima prefecture, on  June 21, at about I p. m. Toward il  in the evening thc operation became  very hot, a corps of about -1,000 standing firmly hi the ditch ngainst' two  other corps of over 3,000 each, which  apparently seemed to be the Invading  army. Tlie noise and- bustle were  more than can he described. Iu spite  of tho hard struggle, however, the battle did not end until 10 o'clock the  next morning to the great annoyance  of the'peaceful human noucoinbataUts  around the battlefield, when .over 700  warriors killed and 2,000" wounded  were to be seen on the spot���Japan  Times.   ���   ',   V,   '..'  iTOi__)SjP!  -"     ' AFPLK GRAFT NEEDS rRUJJISS.      -  also-are likely-to make a-branchy or  Irregular growth,'and'this can be presented tb-a" very.large,'exteat-iby suitable pruning or pinching, says Country  Gentleman, in1.which!,the?accompany^  ing illustration shows".a graft .after  two years* growing' which now .requires canslderable pruning to bring lt  into proper condition.'   >  . - -    . i  To. Prevent Cows,Sucking Themselves.  Will you please'tell me in 'your  paper,'some way to stop a cow from  sucking herself, and'oblige, asks P. H.  of the American Agriculturist, which  answers: \'  There are many devices to prevent  cows from sucking themselves: ,,A  spiked halter is one of them. The spikes  should not be over ,2 inches long.'  They are best made of wrought nailsr  but "a good wire nail with a flat head  will suffice., The nails may be placed  in an iron vise and the heads flattened as much as possible. They are  then driven into a piece of thick leather, and secured by sewing or riveting  It upon another piece of leather, as  shown in the cut. - '  An old" halter can be used to good  advantage. First drive the spikes in  the nose piece as desired; then sew or  rivet a piece of' leather over the heads  of tho nails. It it is not' convenient  to sacrifice tlie halter, drive the nails  through an old piece of leather and  fasten it temporarily on the halter.-  Mutual   SatiMfxietion. '  "What's this I hear about the plumber and the paper hanger iu the next  block? Have > they been trading  houses?", ,  "Not exactly. They did a lot >o_  work for each other and ^ach had to  take the other's house for his pay."  Sunlight Soap is, better than othei  soaps) but Is best when used In the  Sunlight'way. Buy Sunlight Soap  and follow-directions.  '��� Farmer Fodd/crahucks���What ye'goin"  tor give  our  city  cousin   fer a  weJuin  present? ���> *,,.',  Ilia Fodder-jhucksi-Well, I,was think-  in' of a gold pie knife.        -   ,   ,        ,,   '  Farmer Podilershucks���Don t ye do  it. Whv them chy folks never eMi  pie with a knife now-adays.���Cleve  land Leader. '  Sleeplessness.���When thc 'norves are  unstrung and, the whole body given  up to' wretchedness, when the mind  is, filled ,with gloom and dismal fore-  boidings,''tho result- of derangement of  tho digestive- 'organs*" "sleeplessness  conies to'add to the distress. If only  the snbjprt could, sleep, there -would  bo oblivion" foi;'a white and ,temporary .relief.. 'Parmelee's ' Vegetable  Pills will not only .induce" sleep,', but  "will act so beneficially that the subject will awake'1 refreshed -.and -re-  stoied"to happiness. - ,-  , ��� "Ypu    say    you    get   250   marks    'a  moiilti?   I oan'f believe,   it ;*- tell    mi  '*ow*v '    '  "     ',-'."'   ...v '  "I get" 110 -marks  salary. then    1  don't pay my rent, 40 marks, that'?  ISO'marks; 1 owe ihe-milkmaii 30'markf,  'that's'1B0 maiks; my butcher 40 marks.  220 marks; and' every month I raise 30  marks out of my friends, makes an in  come, of 250,marks a,month I','���Fliegen  de Blatter    - ' ,',-'-   '  Minard's Liniment, Cures'-Burns, etc.  ��� Travelers, tales which often add,  charm to the conversation of an agree-  able person," frequently render ' a ,boie  more tiresome than ever, a' fact, that  was amusingly illustrated by an occurence 'in a'Baltimore club' house 'not  long ago. - -'     .   t     *  "There* I '. stood,' gentlemen," the  Ions-winded narrator was saying, aftei  droning, on for an hour with' reference  to his tiip* to - Switzerland���"there 1  stood, with the! abyss yawning m front  'of- me." ���"-'-' '  ,'    , -.   . .   .  " hi your children'anoan and are" restless" during "sleep, 'coupled, wUen'awake,  with'a-loss of appetite, pale,, countenance, 'picking of the '-nose, etc., i you  mayi. depend upon it that t this* pnmaiy  'cause* of the trouble-is worms... Mother  Graves' .Worm Exterminator keffectually  removes these pests, at onue. relieving  the little sufferers.  WASTING   BRAIN  AND NERVE FORCE  f I*-  And Undermining Health fay Useless Worry���  New Vitality Obtained by Using ,,  Di\ Chasers Nerve Food.  Brain and nerve force' is squandered  in a way which would be utterly condemned in the use of money. And of  what value is monev as compared witn  health ?  By useless fretting and worry, by  oveiwork, and by neglecting to take  proper uotnishiuent, rest .md slecii,  strength and vitality are frittered away  and no re-serve force is left to withstand  the attack of disease.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is valuedJie-  cauit- it actually increases the amount  of nerve force in the body, overcomes  the symptoms arising from exhausted  nerves, and gives that strength - and  confidence in rnind and body which is  necessary to success in life.  Nervous headache, brain fag, inability  to concentrate .the mind, loss of sleep,  irritability,-'nervousness and despond-  en'cy are among the indications of exhausted nerve force. These are the  warnirigs which suggest the necessity  Cor such he'lp as is best .supplied by Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food.  Mrs. J.' B. Tardiff, Mariapolis, Man.,  writes.���"When I began the use of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food my health was in  a terribly'1 bad condition. My doctor  told me that 1 was going into consumption and for nearly three years iny  br/wels were, so loo^��> and watery that I  was continually weak and run , down.  In spite of the many remedied us^d 1  giadually giev, woiie and worse. I  could scarcely get aruutnl the house  and suffered a great deal fiom backache,  stomach arid kidney troubles.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food proved to be  exactly what I needed and by keeping  stiong and well that, I did my own  housewoik anil sometimes, ' worked in .  he fields without feeling any the  worse for it. It is a pleasure' as well as  a ' duty for nie to lecomniend Dr. i'  Chase's Neive Food. '  If you would be healthy, happy and.  successful, test this great foot! cuxe, 50  cents a bpx at all dealers, or Ednian-  son, Bates & Co.; Toronto. ,   ,   '  TRAINED  NURSES.  Hovr Tliey .liny Obt-r <IH--  Doctor and  ' Win   tbe   Family. ,  Why antagonism exists so frequently  between the' traiued1 nurse and the  members of the household where she  la 'in attendance' was explaiued iu a  striking manner iu, an address delivered by'Dr. .John J. Tuiler, before tlie  graduating class of nurses of the Children's Homeopathic .Hospital Training  ���chool.        , " ,        ��� ���    -1  "Thi$ question of tbe relationship of  the nurse In' the,home Is one of vast  importance," Dr.' Tuiler-said.  "It has come to^bc a common  com-  ��� LET'S ALL (IO, THERE.  ThiTre m only one lunatic- asylum in ���  the (jold l.'uusl Colony, and there aie  uo pour houses Or reforruatonei. Thu  colony', blue bonk, put ii-iued, i>talv.d  tliat poverty in the strict sense ot" tlie  Utih iii hardly known.��� Loudon V.\-  Press.  ^  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Emeralds���Have you'heard  what the  doctors  are  saving  about  motoiing? ltA  gives you what they call the automobile  mouth���spoils the  mouth  for kissing.  Gladys���That  isn't  frue,   and   I" know,  it., Haipld  has  been   ruuuing  an   automobile  for yc/rs!      '!        ,' '   '  .   CATARRH'CANNOT  BE   CURSD.  with   LOCAL,' APPLICATIONS,   us   Ui��r  K,���j���f *i.�����., ,i,i i,..ji���r.,l nriren rnlo�� tho canot reach the se��.t of, th�� dlseas*.  plaint that the Uaiuccl nutsc relies me Catarrh la a b|ood or constitutional dismembers of   the  family "'with  an' Iron - eoae,   and In order  to cure It you rouat  hand, ���as ,If; this had been the instruction issued, to her. by,her physician.  This is iu nowise the case.' '  "Remember that you are the scientific adjunct   to  the doctor,, and, that"  while you are'.bound-to carry out or-  take Internal,, remedies. Hall's Catarrh  Curo. Is taken Internally, and acts directly on the bloo�� and mucous surface*.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a'quack medicine. It waa prescribed,'by one of the  best -physicians In the country for .years  and Is a regular prescription. It' la com- r  posed of the beat tonle�� known, combined  with the bestcblood  purifiers,  aot-  ders not to let'them conflict unneces-   $&*��_.&  'ombinltion" .?Uthe' twHt  rredlents Is what produces such-wonder  "sarily   with   what'  the   family   is   desirous of. ��� ,     ,l       ����� .' '  "You take for the moment the position of the, wife, the'mother, the sister!  at the bedside of the patient. But,  ���whatever you do, remember'that kindness goes much further-than dominant  ful  results In  curing-  Catarrh.    Send  -or-  testlmonlali free., '   -   ������  F, J. CHENEY & CO.,   Props.,   Toledo.  O.  Bold  by   Druggists,  price," 76c. ,'  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation  SEASON" WHY.  ('Say,"   growled- Mr.'. 'Subbubs.   "Delia  command, and it vou fail to use good r knows we always want'dinner promptly  Judgment the only one who really .suf-   . ^Jy^L^1 ffi'subhubs  fay.c   io   itya notion! ' . .....    .^      ...        '      ^. j.       ._       _JLi.,  ,. Tlie   Bite   of^a  Girl.  The bite of a girl5may be as productive of poisonous germs as Improperly  prepared foods, according to the statements of Professor W. D. Miller of  the University of Berlin. In a lecture^  '.the professor 'said that a ,bite of a.1  pretty girl would often bring a quicker  ,and more horrible death than the. bite  of a serpent. Trofessor Miller, who has  made a specal study of the bacteria of  the mouth, said that only a short time  ago he experimented on a'beautiful girl  In, Germany and found that an arrow  dipped in saliva from her mouth would  send its victim iu death throes mora  terrible than one dipped in the venom  of  tho most deadly  snake.  ' '  fers is the'patient.  , "On the other hand," Dr. Tuiler continued, "I feel called ..upon to say .in  this connection that the^obligatipus of  the members of the household a re" no  less than those of tlie nurse./' '    'r  "You arecsent to the patient's side to  administer, 'in a .scientific ��� manner  things impossible for them to do. There  -will be moments when'neither wishes.,  nor, direct demands on you' should  make you swerve ' from ,��� your duties.  But even- if"such moments^ arrive, re-,  -member that'from the point of view  of the 'family what they ask is what  they thliikiis for the good of'lheir dear  oHe.      , ���:   .  , "That is the occasion when you can  show your character in tbe truest light  Few are the instances where through  persuasion , and the kindest remon1  strances you will not be able to win  over tlie opposition to -your way of  thinking.  "Let me say again that it remains  with you to offer the olive branch in  the home tried "through illness, and not  to begin warfare tbe moment you enter  the home."���Philadelphia Telegraph.  Well, then you ought to . ask";'her,  why she doesn't, have it ready at tbat  hour." ,      '      '',,,,  "I  did  and she  said she  didn't, ha\e  to."���Philadelphia  Press. -;  ,'  '   Cheapest of All Medicines.���Considering   the    curative .qualities 'of   Dr.    *  Thomas' Eclectric Oil it is tho   cheap-.-  est medicine nowioffered to the ".pub-,  lie" .The'dosd required in any ailment -  is small and  a-bottle   contains ' many-  doses.      If 'ifc ' were    valued   at -tho   ���  benefit it1 confers ifc'could not be   purchased for many times the-price-asked  .for it, but increased consumption   has  simplified .and cheapened its 'manufacture.     *'- ��� i  WIIIIhk  to   Compromise.  A young 'woman called ut a house  where n maid wii wauled. She asked  the mi-dress of the house if they had  any children, to which she replied that  thoy had five. "Then I can't work for  you." s-aid the girl. "Oh, do stay,"  said the woman. "Wo .will kill the  children!"           If a mini has his board fence painted  white it immediately suggests to the  boy a piece of charcoal; If black, a  Dicce of chalk.   WorNe.  "Humidity is ofien worse than heat."  "Yes," anWeieil the irritable person.  "Much worse.  It tempts so many bores  to try to show off their knowledge."���  Wn.'���liington Star^   Tho Merry Microbe.  The London Lancet has been warnT  lag its' readers against, t'he table implement's at lestaurarits,' the door handles  of public places and vehicles' and.  above .all, the coin ot the realm. Tlie  merry ml.robe thrives on these unmi-  'trltious .s'dbstances. it.seenis,' and takes  a malevolent delight in imparting all  manner of diseases to' the unwary.  Knowing from experience that The  Lancet approves ot few things .to eat  and drink, a 'contemporary suggests  tbe human race live In. balloons and  subsist on bananas and sterilized milk..  The   London   Cabby. .-  The taximeter system has-been introduced In London, and one of the papers  there as-ked-a cabby how he liked it.  "You see," said the cabman "frankly,  "most of us likes a bit o' sport. I tike  my keb out in a mornin', arid X don't  know whether I'm going' to mike my  yard money or 'ave a jauld ov.r' for  meself. You tike my meanin*?: . lf��  like ba-klii' 'osses." Alt th��- cabb"  wants is a sporting chance-"-  Minard's  Liniment  Co., Limited.  Gents,���A customer of oar's cured a  verv bad case of distemper in a valuable horse bv the use of ,_li_,AHD o  LIXIMEJn'T. "  Yours truly  -   ��� VILAND1E FRERES.  DOGGED HIM.  The sagacity of a dog has brought lo  justicei a in an now awaiting execution  for murder in Valencia jail. The owner  of a dog was killed in a sudden quairei  dog witnessed the crime and the buiial  tlie murderer and his confodeiatca. The  dog witnessed the ciime and the burial,  and succeeded iiu escaping, fiom tin.-  criminals.  The animal returned to his master s  hiHii-. :u d by barking ..ml lunninR to  tlie door induced the dead mini's eldest  sons to follow. The dog made its way  straight to the grave, and began  scratching up the earth. The police  were  called   and   the  body  unearthed.  The dog was still unsatisfied, and led  tlie wav following a scent apparently  to a ca"fe in the town, where it spi.ing  at the throat of a man seated at a  table. Tlie man was arrested and con.  fessed to the murder of the dog's own  or.���London  Mail.  A TORONTO MAN TRIES  Something    New    arid    Is   .Delighted.  Feels Like a" Boy.  : Mr. M. N.Dafoe,  29 , Colborne St,  Toronto,   says:  "I have been a  .. sufferer from dyspepsia for years. I  have been treated  by doctors and have  taken many medicines w.th only  temporary relief.  Since using Dr.  Leonhardt's Anti-  Plll I can eat any-  .���   _._.-. thing   the  same  as  Mr! M. N. Dafoe'   when a boy.    I find  ���.���������'..--'��� ��� they  regulate  both  stomach and bowels. . My old time'  vigor has returned, so that my spirits  are buoyant and temper normal. I give  all credit to this wonderful remedy���  Dr. Leonhardt's  Anti-Pill."  All dealers or The Wilson-Fyle Co.,  Limited. Niagara Falls. Ont. 601  CAUSE OF SHORT StGHT.  Effect  of  Writing   on   the   Eyesight   of  Youngsters.  Certain' hyper-sensitive parents have  uttered emphatic protests because th<*  education committee of the, London  County Council has removed from Its  requisition list several series of upright writing copybooks.  They declare that this action wll1  endanger the eyesight of the children  and they base the statement on a. report that 50 per cent, of the.ailments  afflicting French children are caused  by the sloping system, of writing.  But Prof. Malcolm McHardy, 'thf  famous oculist, does not agree with thl--  oplnion. The direction of tohe writing is  of no importance as long as there if  plenty of contrast. The writing of a  slate pencil on a slate is very dangerous. Black Ink on white paper is good  white ink on black papor would be best  of all.  "It must not be forgotten that th*  chairman of the education committer  is Sir William Collins, who is an  oculist, and he would sanction nothing  which would tn anyway be harmful tc  the  sight of  the children.  "All teachers, should remember that  writing with fine pens Is a source of  danger. The thicker the stroke the  grren-ter tho contiast.  "Short sight Is not as harmless a  complaint as It Is popularly believed  to be. It is caused by the stretching  of the coats of young eyeballs so tha'  these 'tend to become more and more  lemon-shaped instead of apple-shapeJ  as in the normal eye, or orange-shaped  as in tho longr- sigh ted eye of the farll-i  man. ��� Short s!|?ht Is often the bopln-  nlng- of many of the most Irremediable  and blinding- forms ot eye degeneration  "The cause of much of the short  sight of present-day children is that  they are condemned' to ; thread beads,  learn flno stitching, fold paper, and  other kindergarten abominations.  "The unchanging, range of vision and  want of - contrast cause all the mischief." ���������''��� .���       ���'��� '    '  Tlie  Hisrhest  JDnm.  On Salt river, Arizona, there is i:.  course of construction what is said  to be the highest dam in the world.  When it is completed in 100,*. , Roosevelt, the town on the site, will be 172  feet "below the level of the .water. It  is anticipated that the head obtnined  .vvlir.be the means of securing abundant power. A temporary power plant,  a cement.mill. Ice plant, lighting plant  and sawmill have been completed. A  telephone' line has been installed to  the head works of the power canal,  (eighteen miles above Roosevelt, and  { extended in the other direction to the  site of the great dam, which Is thirty  miles from Pheulx. .--..-'  "You'have one Habit that you-want  to get rid,of," declared the social mtn-  tor. '', ���  "What  is  that?"   demanded     Senator.  Snitch.  "When a colleague calls do, not'tell  the servant to show him up. Dirtct  that'he be admitted."���Philadelphia  Bulletin.  Cucumbers and melons are forbidden  fruit to many' persons so constituted  that the least indulgence is followed  by attacks of cholera, dysentery, gtip-  irig. etc. These persons are not awaie  that they, win indulge to their heart's  content if thev have on hand a bottle of  Dr.. J". D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial,  a medicine that will give immediate ic-  lief. and is a sure cure lor all sumnur  complaints.  The  Wedding   Cheque.  An    absentmlnded    man   was    complaining of his infirmity when a friend,  said: \  "You are like the old father at the  wedding, eh? A young bridegroom/ after the wedding was over and the  bride's-old father had gone off to the  club,' began to search anxiously among  the  wedding:  gifts.    ' <-  " 'What are you looking for, dear?'  '6aid the bride.  " 'That $2,500 cheque of your father's,' he said anxiously. "I don't ,see lt  anywhere.' *  " 'Poor papa Is so absentmlnded,"  said the bride. 'He lit his cigar with  it.'"  and Itlettdlttd at  Diamond Rail  Promptly and well���nnd ��t reasonable prices���we itlend to the repairing of Witche�� and Jewelry of ill  kinds. A special mailing box in  winch to forward your watch to ui  will be sent you free on request.  We hive unequal led facilities, too,  for the designing and manufacturing  of special articles in Jeyvelry, Silverware, Lodga Regalia, Insignia. Etc  '  We buy old Gold Jewelry at highest pricei.  Wt itni ujian rrquestfrrt of charg*  tur large illustrated catalog^**.  if." a-  . i   i  ��� i  ' ii  C       '  ���*-i  "' ,��" :.i- '  * .',. ��� I't  , ','.-..r-'V;'(j  'if    _  |l ,' __, rjg  ������   ��� t,  ' - fo j(   '*.!���  W   N   U   No.   605 ��� -���*.."',;  S*     if  -'. I-  .<'"  ���*���-'���r-  THE LKADEB, "MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMfffrA.  T  ll,       ��ff       -'.  .; ,.,i' -  ft.-'!"        '  iS-in--     *,  ��' r e'J:  r S',f. '��4||  I0T1E LEADEB. ��� EDSlaj!d WashiDe Awiw- i^iffi^  Published in the interest of the peoph  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  y. J/SMYTJI, Publisher.  "-- I     Tho shores of dear eld  England   an  1. O. O. F.  Wlldcy JCodjie Xo, 44.  ...-ing washed awiy by the ravages of : Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  | the tea. It has been been found that j hall ou Victoria street. Sojourning  : between ISO? and   J.O'J no   lesi   than j Odd Fellows cordially invited.  1020,000 acriii that once were   English  11  t.s;os a,i'i<>v) i,.-,"r��i:j.  - BATE'S OF SUE"t2II-TION.  One Year ...�� 12.00  SATURDAY, OCT.' 13,' 1006.  Watch the St. E.igeue payroll grow  v ,    _.          r-  It is a wit-e man   who knows  when  2ie has said enough at a banquet.  j u-rritory   have   been   claimed   by   the ;  I ocean    ,as    its  bed.     Mot cover, ��� the!  i .     ' I  a ntiunt of annual   loss ;.s   iucrr-at.ni>; I  | Iroiu     year     to     year,     and     utiles- J  something is done   to   stop   Ihe   en-;  croacninentof waters upon   the   land, ! (g,  it  can    be  almost    Calculated    when j  Er gland     shall     have        ceased    tp |  e.\i.-t, except as a little ��rou'p or  rockv  islets.  "Hooligans" Were Targets  R. T. Howard, ' P. J. Smyth,  .Noble Grand.        '       Secr'y.  St. JSugcne Lodge ;No. ai.  K. of P.  Meets evsry Thursdaj*  -���veniug    in, McGregor  hall "at 8  c'olock.    Vis-(  fling brothers invited.     }  G. Ji."i?L\Dl.AY. (Jr. \V. OltCHARl),       j  Chancellor Com. '   IC. 11,'and &'.  Moyie   Miners5   Union  '���   No. 71   W, F. of M.,'  Meets in McGregor hall every  Salur.-  The    "Hooligans  Troubles.' people  had more trouble than  they bargained   rr  for  over   at  Butte,    Tln-ir  sho.v   w.u-  ,r -'    ,       ,**      ~~   '        ' I brought to a stop in tlie third act bv a  .dany Cranbrook people are in i-voi   d,.];lge  o/ tlggs   ���ud   S(jU ubj      \M�� .     ..   ..  .of 2�� ving Moyie the cup and money.     I chief among B hich wa, a box' of   cWr j ^S^aSd!"^"  ,. "��* '    , 'ripe lemons-, wlnoh the crowd "borrow j ' '  Now   the    Liberals  'are  convinced I 3d" from  a  nearby  fruit stand.    The !J' Tj"Gjr'*30-vf'.   "-      J;4i>-   -RqnERTS,-  ,  that there lyill be no election this fall.   P��li��iu in who'attempted  to   interfere I       '  ^'resident. Secretary  ..ho received a dose of t.ie m,. t mit.sih sJ "  Comfortable  JRooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOTJPILIi, Propr.  McKILL  ffAKKEXS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and    Towns   in  British Columbia.  MOYIE, B. C. '  P. BURNS i CO  WHOLESALE ANiJ    RETAIL  m:eat   merchants  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  Fish, Game an3 To\i\{ry(   We  '  i i  supply  only   the  best.     Your  r-   ' i -     ' r '  trade feolicited. ,     ' <  THE CANADIAN BAN?  OF COMMERCF   *  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund slcrm ��  HEAD OFFICE,   TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General ,M��nagcr^        ALEX. LAIRD, ASit  G  <*n'l M  ana*_ef  BANK MONEY ORDERq"'  ISSUED AT THP FOLLOWING 1JATES :' "      '  ' -$5 and under."." ' 3  ��--IS5 ��   ' '*. .,S::f:::Scenl'  ccr^ts  These: Order* are Payable ut Par 4. any office in Ca.iadt, ofa n��� *  (\ ukon excepted), a;)d at the pij,ici1?al banking- points in the Cuji -j   .re<) -M  - ASSAXIIIUi.,  _ STOP AT THE  ICOSMOPOLitAN  'J'UE CANADIAN BANK OF COM_ttEI.CE, I.ONnox  vv.  They f9rm an excellent method of remitting- small sums of iron-.  .     '  ' >    .,-    ^nd at small cosL       . . ney v'��-> ^ t.|  g-ct-W-ranBgg_s^^ affla_5g^'  ���>.  . 1  -f-If-itr is true that  Harry   Otchard   i*  ; .,     '.., j. 1 *��� I       "J  **i'i-".*'"b ��"    uuiioi'LiiH;   ur<-tf��iiii;  jnaano, it will remove t;ie star   witoes.   I0 wound*.bitii.es, burns an-j'lika ,5nl  ;,.. 11..     ���'.... ... . _ .       .     . .     ,  IVound-i, I'.ruis��.s :mil .KnriiK..  By applying an   antiseptic;' dn'ssiiis: j.  j MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  ��� for tbe  prosecution   of   Moyer,   ttay-  v.-ootl aud Tettibgne.  juries before.iulltini'.tion sets   in,   they  ���O ,-*s ���* ,1-*' < -T"'i$ _ ->'���*,  inay   be   'healed   wiiliotu   maturation  and in about'one-third   tho   time   re-  Lowery  eays  thaC   aroundf Sundoii j ijuwed by the old  trt-attotuts.    'J'ln'si.-  tbere are millions of dollars woith oi  ore waiting for a ride 'to tho &ihc!ker.  But aUliotigb rich, it, cannot walk.     ��"  /->���>��� i ^-'."t ^-v1 \rrv.- ^"v  **"���*���   ******   \t��jM*.*^~^  : ^flt.  Oa 'K3  the greatest di.-cortry and 'uiuniph   of| ���VI<?ets 'ir*-l-'^'e��-!"<-:S'i��y bf ,each month. ���  modern stirgery.    Cluimherjafii's I'.iiti i j-,-^  H-\.KVIF    -  DjIui ad,- on this s-uiie'luiccipl.'. ��� It }'    ^vor.,*v p^.^'- ^  is an a��li--t'ptifrvnut_   wlien  u^plj. d   toj  t-ucb iuj ii'ics. ciis^Oa them to iie..l vety '  -Jf-11  H.VWKE,  Worthy Secr'y.  fe'.  B.  C.  W 'S  * *te ,i4iEt. "ICES',  m  ������ te  ���'I'-*- ^    ������        .  ''    ,J,a"VL  iVfe Y>''j  ^rt?   "'L  .71  ,- u i  i  i  t'.' i  ' l  t  ��� i  ii1-  Moyie Should ' have ' elcctrjc'ligh'tp  !tFrabably   the   fit,   .Eugene   company  ('0��.'J be'induced to extend their wires  to the, town   when, tbey  install   tbeir  new dynamos., ' . '���' *  oucli* injuries entail.   "For sale   by -the  Moyie Urns; it-SUiione'ry Co.  W. P..6URI),  Atlantic Steamships  3lOi'AL MAri^ SERVICE  ' nSSES"  u      ' WHEN IN  -*      CRANBROOK  '���'  '  K. ir.'SM.vr.T., ^laiittKcr.  '    , ' ' I -  Gopd roornsj good  tables and   bar  and  first clnea sample rop-ns.  The    running   of   trains   over  the i q^   J^al, i allaysnhe pain^ami   Harvey      &      McCarter, j   -/   ^^^33^  , Po^Wnalional will   to '   \^ '   /'        '     .    ..    _    jFrom'     . ^[bNTJRE^;       ant]  i-v,tlidehght._Stepbeitepw- ajo bQ-ibiood roL-oning    K^ep   a "boitld'' of      B��"T.at��s, Solicitors,,Notaries,,Etc.    QUFHEp    fo   TIVFPPn.1T  . joining in closer touch, with    civ-il.'za-TPiiH) Balir. in yoiir home'and', it  will t.    ,';.* s   ' 'J ',*'''    . "      '���''    "      ^      ^ - "^   V 1jXx'X uulj  tion.    ''     ' ' ^ ' ,        - J, j !=<ive you time and mutiey, not-_tq,rnen '< *-'ran'DrOOJK>  - **T~i - ..tioti, the inconvenience   a��d���siifrVrmr   -s=gsjLL~a--.-  ��� ��� ^  -,   Arrtvio'-'ci-i^i.i.ri...,..,'^i.^.-.���<-,..',..'    ...,.,..  -       .   .   ���^     '.".*''        -   *J * -  . -  BAUK'lSTKlt, solicitor, btc  /-  CRANBROOK.  B. C  .!���  Every s'(0rt while we read where!' /j^Sfi^fwJ- /?���{( ^k&X-  JolinH.rton, tl.p -O. P. J./g.rdHer. ,' . Mlf^^^^l��\  was beautifying some station   grounds  "s   l mgfck    li/       " Yj^wSi I  in the ICooten ivs. H^'sho'uld ba informed that' a'" little work around  the Moyie station would'not be amiss.  'Again we call attpnlion ��� to tbe  tls-  ploiable condition 'of   M>y'ie's. -sidewalks.    They are notonly a source" of  sUasb'r to pedestrians,,but   an  eyesore  io everyone, and especially to s.'rjinue.s  comiug.to town. ���'      .-    \.'     t  .^ * ��� /        -  ,'    l        ,'        '- !������-  i',  '.VProzident Euzevelt   having auther-  "'jied^tlie- *nu    stile    of      -spelling,  C: H: DUNBAR'"  *       ,. -..  j-  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Fublic, Etc  .   Cranbrook, *B. C.      .  Em'press of Britain'?.  Lake1 Cbamjilaic. ...  Emiirefs of Ireland .*.  Lake-Erie.' '...'..  Oct. 19,lb  Oct. 27th  Nov f2nd  ��� Nov. 10th  DR;-,P. B. MILES.  '     . ��� DON'T BE 'A GOOSE  and do your ,iOwn   pressing  lor's goo.'e does ii! better. '  .-/ ,riWE'UO:PRESBI_TG  ' X>_-_I_^JI__?XJ3_E���  t| Cranbrook,  Our   lai-  1   v  as   well  aud being A-merry-can 'sitizsns   first  last aDd awi-the   lime, we'' wil  tri.'our  hand at it for wonce at'least.    Yu"'mr.y  not like it at first, 'but afier"' the  i   i*  aktistomed to the leters being  arangcl  fonelly, it suueslios for  itself   ^liat  a<  pleasant stilo.PreziJent Eazevelt' seks j MOYIE  to iutroduse.���Exchange.  as make,'clothes.,, Fressintr  and repairing we take as much pains,  to do satisfactorily as in making up  a suit. * Send your clothes to us to be  pressed and shaped  It  B. C  ..George. H. Thompson,  v '    **5i -*��� _  .1 . Barbistkr, SpLrcrron, Kq  r   " i tary Public, V.O.  CRANBROOK,   ^  British Columbia.  First^ Cabin J. (35 and 'upwards, '^nc-"  cbrdiug'to steanipr,; one class steamer?,  (inu-rmecliate,).$J2.50; Second. Cabin,  if-.5 and upwards;Third Cln'ss, $26.50  and ..2S.75. ,    . ,'  Apply at 'once /or 'our illustrated  Booklet , descriptive of our superior  Third Class accommodation.  FROM.  ,  -MOXTREAr.,   TO    LOXDON  '     "-          ��       'DIJIECT     ' '     -   *���*     -  Lake Michigan ..'.  . .'oct. 17tl_  .   -���'     Third Class ouly,'$2_j.50-  Montrose.:,... .v..'._....,..'... o^SUth -  Carrying Second .Class only,  $40.00  B/ C. | Special Limited' -Train  <*    -    ."OVERSEAS-MAIL"   ''  '"  ;E.ff. GWYNNE  Cigars,' .,  TobncctV    um   Confctionory  ^ "-   .  ,      j���   "    'I'l-uiKi/EtCf   ��� '    v  -A RBEI.L BLOCK,'  W. R. BE ATT Y  Embalmerand Undertaker, '  Pl'oue S9. CRANBROOK  ���  ' ��� ��� 9.6 Hours  ,  .,  Vancouver "to Quebeio '  OCr.dntb" and NOV. 12th.  --���   ..   ,'-''��."   -V.'.. ���  Full particajlars from  ���J.^Attwood/Agcnt, Moyie.'  Prices Give__.,  and-   Orders"  *" ' *    ~  Taken on '.  .  Everything--  ..in "the "Printing  '. Line at the   ,.-  Gra ribr ook Co -.0 pe r^itfve  "\ :'��� *������-''.    ���*,'"*   LIMITED.-'   ���",'.     -  \j'. )j> ..Funeral ,DiFector^. arid  ,���'-/'   -'V';    .EmtiaTmers. -^ :t     '  -��� l   ' "   "  ^'1,  '       f" it. . "'*.      ', .. '* ;-" '  \ '       < '   '"   ,  *^-CTyrofM-j__J__|4_i^^ , ^ .Sgt^��JK4^M'->^^_W-f!^^  V-  .......   -,       ,.w , ,e.    ^     ,,   , -^  Is:;the."SeasQri*.-ior  J.'S, CAR'ncR,'  Dist, Pass. Agt  For the'eteeuth time to our knowledge the ...following item has appeared  in the editorial colums of the Cran-  broi.k Ilpraltl.- "  "Jfow the Conservatives   would   re-  joice if Leader  Macdonald   would   ac-   "'   ^��    ""T'" J^    "  ce,)tihP.i���...,Jai,;����� -   V a--| courses a  specialty.    Excellence   aud  swift  progress  characle.vize  each   de  3t.   Joseph's   Convent.  NEJiSON, B. C.  ,    jJoarding and Day School  conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B.   C.���    Commercial    aud    business  .'Win. Jewel  cept the judgeship."  A3 a matter of fact the Conservatives  are losing no sleep whatever ovjr this  matter. Macdonald is not -looked  upon a3 an extraordinary strong   maD.  in the political sense of the term,   and 1 pnpi]s rfro adinitled'durkm term  in no way   cm   be.   he   considered   a  -match for tin JI_.n, Richard  McBrid ��.  partmeiit.    Parents   6hould   write   for  particulars.    One month   assures   thc-  public   of   the"   thoroughness   of   the1'  Sisters' methods   of teaching.   Terms-,'  commence January,  April   and   Sept  Express and Gener-  i  al 'Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.   *  Leave Oiders at  Gwynne's Store.  MOYIE Brit'sh "Colum'.ia  BUY  YOUR  ;,' Clears  Il-ive you noticed the w.iy silver and  lead are going up  in    price?,   Lead   is  now up to ��20 aud silver is close lo the  70  cent  mark.     Four   years  ago,   oi  October imti, 1002,lead was quoted at  ��10 5i and slver at OJ'/ conn.    At th it  tim3 the St. Etigeno   was  clorwl,   and' ' '�����-*-'  ��-���-*~ ������  the muiagement give   it   out   that  it   ^obaCOOS  would i���u stmt until l-.-ad .-.-c'-r. | n?,.  "i''-.-s:iiiidts.[huii sl-���l   tint   k'.id   hduKI  never do it, but it h i-.    ] . ,v j.t1J   no-,  -"���rm thatle.i.l.uid M>Vl.r  ttl|i  r.miill |  ���it thia top notch ii^tru foi a lung tjm,., j  Never has the couutiy  bjon    so   pro-=-:  perou.-, and the coiisunip'ion  of   the.--  inet.ils seem-,   to  be sto.t lily   gii,)ilw  on Ihe pro IttcMou.    0.vne--E of s-Mv. i-  le id properties slio-il I take   advaijf.ig,.  ot tins prospei j[y.    Tlll.y ,hotllj  ,n ^  lia\ wliiic t],e fc,,��� si,jI1(,3-  ���*���____. iu er^>  -23-CL-V"  I-'ROM  A.  Siewar  t S  X  _ent   for   Crows'   X__t  .Steam Liundrv.  XOJU. I.  1-lnm .\Vi nder u now manner of  tue Aloyinll-Bretvery, -ami all business  .-h mid he . I.r-ins.icifd throiii/h  He has-junver to coM-jol all  etc  A nice   girl  S(jes   with', every   20th  Century I,mm! suit or overcoat.i!   You  bim.  accounts,  Columbian College  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.   C.  |      Receive? both   Ladies  and  Geutle-  men a- lto-iilcnl or us   D.iy   Sludcnts.  11 if- a conipU'le Cotiimsiei.i] in   Jiupi-  , in---*   Coiiisi'.     Picjiart's    Mu.Ienls   to  'finn    Teac-her.H     C'i-i Ulic Ucs     of   all  'grilles.   In aMillialion'<ith TORONTO  ] UNIVERSITY" gives   the   four   year?.,  ' conr-e for the li.  a.  degiee,   and   the  lir-t   year  oP the   Toronto   School   ol  SuiiMici'.     11 ii a   special   "I'ro=pect',iP  ! Onui'fc" for miners who woik in   B. C  |     I istni.tions    given   in   Art,  Mtioic.  ' Physical culture and elociuion.  For C-Ueiuh-r etc.   address   "Columbia College.''  .Tenri   open Sept. 17th.T900;  E. 'J. COYLE,  Ass't Geul. Pais. AgJ  i 1    '  Vancouver",  :^*^S_^S__^__S^^r^^-43^^^^2553^  .'    <      i    SEE  Real* Estate  Collections.'  FARRELL ������&; SMYTH  -     ^  .       ',   FOR '    ''  Fire Insurance  ^    Victoria Strooi  Alo  ViO.  as  a*  ,v  -w  i ^  ij/�� ir. .v. tJ.UMLj\aiujv - n  ;����� ! ��  13> Thit. Hotel is New and well Furnished - The ���  <%    '   Tables are Supplied with the Best tlie  :*        MarKet.affords."The Bar is Filled witli  <g        the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  | HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL S  * ' * AND MINING MEN v '  MOYII! ��� - ��� - - RieJTtSII COI.tlMlltl    V  t_____t_5___l__S_f___n_a^^ ;'7Kf^^<-CT^aga'mfKamgBeaaiB��a^^  ygii.<  WESAULNIKIf-ttllOS,  Lar^e   saiiiple   ro.im    in  connection  , t tl.H ,���it. 0r ()vercf);lt herp   Jd ���-���] ^ y*�� for commercial men.   Res.  F. DE_A.ULNI.EI.  D1.AI.ER   IN  Vd  Hie ftiulfof tliuciulliPs, because they've  ,lone all ibat cloihescui do _p'-in-.i__  l-".i winner.    At E. A. IIih'_.  Headquarters, for   Commercial and Mining,Men.  QUEE.Va   AVEXl.'B,  -MOVIE,   B.C.  ..   rROMPT   DELIVERY.   ���  .  Q,ueens? A^e,      MOYIE  ie i  jj As>   in.-ide tiy the   pnsenl brewer   is   admittedly   the  lj I5L^t  Deer in E.ist Kootenay. With the I3eht Malt and  ;jlhe rurcot Spring Water it is uncxcdlkil for quality.  ]| Iunst on having Moyie Rucr,  Bottled and Draft Beer,  JULIUS MUELLER^ Proprietor,  ".;' MOYIE, B- P-  w_^saa^M^J^^a^^

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