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 ��� .    V-       ���*  -- w  /  V"  ~***"*\'\��*i  fk    S        .���-? ,--*��  ! yOL. 2, NO. 26.  ���s??**-" **-*: *~-^!*-'^^'-r��-^���#t_ $ '^^_fe-\.  MOYIE, B. C, OCTOBER 14,1899."  S2.A YEAR  | HERE!      HERE!      HERE!     HERE!  At  last itjhaa arrived,  our enormous stock of  _>  g", Clothing,  BMED WM Iflll  Oraine and Mills had a  Large  Funeral.  BROS  MINERS   AND  ODD]   FELLOWS  Tailor made and  choicest patterns  Call   early   and   get. jfir_t   choice.  03Sl^iLIE_S^ !  A fine lot of .boulder hams being cleared���; out at  15.cent_ per pound.fcWo have the best ,35 cent  coffee in .the market.  Kerenty-l'-ire   Citizen. Accompanied  Iteiiiaiiis from .Moyie Over to  Cranbrook.  the  S REID, CAMPBELL & CO. m  LATE   MOYIE   SUPPLY   COMPAHY.  ���gl-^!-fi-C-��- -lit- -g- -5- ������ -* ������ i���i r .^.... ������ ��� ..  lE  CANADIAN   BANK   OF COM/rlERCE.  Paid Vp Capital, $9,000,000.  CRANBROOK 8RAHCH. '   ���       '   -   J, W, H. SMYTHE, iVIGR.  liAQQt. ���     ' ,. " ~  , HUGHES  B, 0. FtT&tflTtrftE and TOBERTAKING; CO.  CBANBROOK, B. C-  [BeaH-ocm Sets. \.t.,ittl,,.,, ,$-12,50  |Hofe1 comb, bedfroofn acts li.50  -4Cov^'  "l-^^K11 8*n(l - 'matt, esses '  ^Bguatantecd ,, ,, ...,,_    6 50  Cranbrook   Herald:     One   of   the  largest  funerale" ever .held   in  East  Kootenay   took   place   in   Cranbrook  Friday morning, when the remains  of  Charles Oraine aud James  Mills, ' the  two unfortunate men who were killed  in the Lake Shore   mine   Tuesday of  last-week, were interred  in   this  city.  The remains were brought  in   on the  morning train, accompanied by about  seventy five citizens of  Moyie, sixty-  fix ol   whom   were   members   of ��� the  Western Federation   of .Miners, with  lodges at Gem,and   Burke,  Idaho, -of  which the dead men  wore prominent  members,   Craine' belonging' to   the  Burke lodge   and' Mills'"to   the  Gem  lodge.'   -Mills'   body    Wag   taken     in  charge at tlie depot by the   Cranbrook  Oddfellows.    The remains of   tlie  two  men were tak<>n   to   the  Presbyterian  church, where' funeral   services were  conducted by Rev. Young.    Aftei the  services   the   procession  was  formed  and a line of-march .taken to tbe cemetery west of town, where the remains  of both were interred.    After the close1  of the regular services the  Oddfellows  performed the'last sad rites   over  the  grave of their deceased  brother in   accordance to the solemn ritual  of   the  order.  MAMMOTH   RETAIL   EMPORIUM.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES,  PRODUCE.  ite. xtr_rfz_; _zjrfr ���^C-z^i-zjs^z-^r rJ7_3-fr j��r rJr jr  <*"$  ALL  KINDS   OF  ���  DONE  ��� '      &  TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY.    J  ���PROPRIETORS   OF���  CLOTHING,  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS IN ALL;DJBPABTMJBNTS.  ���o<_fc_?_.xnU3t<_*:^ _fc_tO"Srj_r:_e.  _S-��- C_3<  LOCAL  NEWS.  Matresses .-....*:. -.,,..,..   2.75  Aim chairs, well upholstered...    5.75 J  Lounges upholstered in best jato   5.76  These are only a few of our prices. Every tliing'.inVhe furniture  Jine just as low m price. We are .nanufacturers of all kinds of  upholstered goods ant! mattresses. We.".5ell retail at wholesale  prices. We make carets and lay them FREE OF CHARGE,  iisiimates giren on ��mie..]_,g hotel/, throughout, We make great  red_.clw._a in balf.doj.en lot?  V.iAt-rUtktffg _t,-,rf pridnnmi,r6  MAGGSI&JHTTGHES,  ��� ^^'>'"^'^<r-*^^?:^?^.-5?^?^S.-��:^-;  e  ��KSAULXJ.KI_ _. 6o., Troi)*.  Regular Men)s Served in the Dining  Room, with Suokt ^Okders between  meals.  Headquarters for Commenclal and Mining  Men.  ���- ��� MOi-.E,   I!. 0.      jti  S****^#��<W*�������*������ ���������K  ���ar��oaa��Wfi6��^^ifr-*KMifc.rf��<i��.iiftj   i ,,    .       , i    .,,   i'  Taste This in Your Hat;  i*  ..Thefollowing scale   will* stiov  the  fees to be charged for  Provincial   free  miners'   certificates,  covering only  a  portion of the   year:    Certificates   issued between October 8th and October  2G_1_,   .$3.25;   between   Gctob.r   27th  and November 14th,-fi];   between   "November loth and Decembef-r2nd,!.2.75:  between December   3rd and   am!  December 20th, -. 2.50;; between   December 31st and January  7th,   *J<2.25;   between Jeuiiury Sth and Jouuury  26th,  $2; between January 26th and Fubru-  ary 12th..*f;.LS5; between February 13th  and March 2nd, $1.50; between .March  b'rd and March   20th,   JjiL'25;   between  March 2Lst and April 7th; $1; between  April Sth and   April   25th,  75  cents;  between April 26th *>nd May 13th,   50  cents; between   May   15th   and  _SEay  31st, 25 cents.   ,  4  riiirit, r*'6_ifi_iof.  Thig hotel is now open to the public, and is weil. Uirii-  iahed. ihroup;hout. Nono but the best brands of wines/  liquors .aud-cigars kept in stock.        ���      " ���'        ���'    .   ���      '  li'ress Comments oi> SIlsn LaDell.  Miss   Marietta   LaDell,   the   imper-  i  sonator and dramatic reader who will  make her appearance before a Moyie  audience next Thursday eveniug, is  favorably spoken-of���by the press of  thc country.. Following are a few extracts :  Winnipeg Free I'ress���The entertainment wae beycud criticism.  Rossland Record���Miss LaDell can  assume characters with a skill that is  astonishing.  Do not fail to attend the cxcelltfu t  entertainment on October lilth.  ���'Chariot Race," frorii Ben Hur;  "A Scotch Courtship;" "Irishman's  opinion of-, nc? women ,*". the de'rfd  pussy cat;" Brown gets his hair cut,"  etc., are among the selections that  Miss LaDell will'give oli the 19th.  A CCOMMOJDA.TltiX.8;  MOYIE, B;    C  mttmjmbon*  |^^*J_^^3��3��*'_>d**'_>.^'_��&^'3>^  j !    G. CAMPBELL,   A. T:. CLABK.  TJiis Hotel is New and Weii''Furnished. The "I  [Tables are Supplied with the Bestarthe |  | Market affords. *2ie] fer is Filled witK'1  1 tMe Be^f- Brands of Licpiors and M��sf?r��t  .Card of TUauRe. -  We de-ire to' kindly thank the  members'of the Oddfellow's lodge, the  Miners' union and- the people of  Moyie generally for the manner in  which they assisted ua during the  death of our brother, James Mills.  .Wm. Mills,  Mrs". Jennings. .  Father Coccola is in town.  S. A. Scott was, in Fort Steele Tuesday.    . '  1 The wifa and family of J.- E.  Crowe  arrived in Moyie Sunday.,  Mrs. T. J. Clites of Spokane is visiting with Mr. and Mrs., M. 0. Foley.  J. J. Murphy & Co.. havo-opened  their store in tlie McGregor block on  Victoria street.        ,'    -  The balance of' the machinery for  the St.-Eugene/ concentrator will arrive here in a day or two.  r  The yard surrounding the Moyie  school has been cleat ed and tlie building banked for th-3 winter.  " Chas. Farrell is having .he Sociely  Girl mineral'claim surveyed preparatory to securing a crown gaaut.       l  C. Magga aud G. H. Miner of Cranbrook were out to Moyie Wednesday  evening looking after  their  iuterests.  Mi's. Geo. Batley and son, Merlin,  are again back- 'fj*��tn Spokane where  they have been for the past month.  Mrs. Thos. Eorfest rjf tbe Forrest  hotel, Cranbrook, was in Moyie .his  week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.  Lawlor.  Wm. Farrell returned last evening  to his position in the postal service in  San Francisco,-after spending au, enjoyable racation in Moyie. - '  S. A. Falion passed thfoiigh Moyie  last Tuesday an his way to flouners  Fefry. Mr. Fallon has been spending  the femrner in the Windermere country.  Mrs. Michael Nugont arrived here  this week from Jersey Sidef Newfoundland. They will make their  home in the Lake Shore addition.  Among thost; troiu Moyie attending  the Spokane Industrial exposition  were James Cronin,-John Day,- Chas.  Rose, Tom Ruder; Mr*. T. B. Murphy,  Mrs. jNeit.aely Mrs. Mansfield, and Mr.  Bunting.  Rev. J. E. Covin's of Vancouver,  superintendent of Baptist missions,  preached at the school house Wednesday evening. Mr. Cooms is a plain  lat-lligent and impressive speaker and  arid had-no difiicultj in. holding the  attention of his listners.  '    i-liitor_ -rt-erg Entertained.  (    r  Saturday one week ago Waa Press  day at the Spokane Industrial Exposition, and the editors of. the Inland  empire and British Columbia were  entertained by the manngement of  exposition and the Spokane 'press  club, "The editors were taken in  charge and were entertained.- from  Saturday morning at 11 o'clock to Sunday morning jit 5 o'clock. Saturday  morning they were given. a*'ride round  the town, ehow'n the exhibition in the  afternoon, taken to tho Auditorium in  the evening/then banqueted at Davenports aud wound up by being  'given a touch of high life by the "high  jenks" at the Eagles hall. ' The  members of the press club did themselves proud and the affair was'tl treat  that tbe average editor is seldom  given an opportunity of taking advantage of.  The Industrial exposition this "year  was a success in every fe.ture, ,and  no doubt was the largest affair of its  kind eter held in .the Pacific northwest. The success of it was due in a  large measure to ,the untiring efforts  of its manager. H. Bolster, who has  the. knack of conducting such affairs  as few men have the abilit.v to do.  Fell Three Stories.  I. H. Williams, a carpenter enj->  ployed on J. , C. Drewfy's board ins  house, fell from tlie scaffold of the  third story Thursday afternoon and  had a miraculous escape being killed.  As it was he was pretty badly' shaken  up, but no bones were broken, He  was taken to the St. Eugene hospital yesterday morning.   '  I-owery SiHkes :irCllor(l.  , New Denver Ledge: Fred Smyth,  of the Moyie Leader is in luck. For  76 weeks unaided arid alone , he got  out that paper on an Army press.  Now his business has so fattened .that  he can afford a hand press, a trip to  Spokane and an* occasional glass of  red lemonade.  aEaifiuernde  Ball. .  A grand masquerade ball ' tfill be  given in McGregor hall Friday evening. October 27, under the auspices of  the Moyie Quadrille club, of which  J. M. Lindsay is manager. This will  be the first dance given by the club  and it promises to' be a warm affair.  Periodical dances w'ill bo given by ihe  club during the fall and wiuter.  Dahoe at tile C��Jtitr.tl.  A Very pleasant dance waa given  at the Central hotel last Mondny  evening. It was well attended,' *nd  those present did not overlook the opportunity     of   enjoying    themselves.  Aii Appropriate Gift.  Tom Radfer this week presented the  Moyie school with a most substantial  and appropriate gift in thc el.ape of a  Queen heating stove.  . Humor Not Confirmed.  There is a rumor in circulation to  the effect that the Canadian Gold  Fields syndicate, of which J. 0. I Moyie, B. C.  Drewry is managing director; had  secured the Movie and Queen of the  Hiils claims. However, Mr. Drowry  is out of town   and   up   to   going   to  press the   report  co'iild   not   be confirmed.  Metal {jHtrtntlons.  New York, Oct. li.���Bar silver  58i- cents. Lead, unchanged, s.1.00 @'  -frl.65. The firm that fixes the selling prices for miners and smelters  quolea teat! at ijU.-lO at the close.  > H ' i   ���       ii i    i i  A. STAPHENSOlf j  Architect, Conlr.-ic.or and  Builder. .Complete pl-^ns  Furnished and Estimates  Givfcii on all kinds of work  free of char_ru.  Cn'rd-pf.Th'nnke.  undersigned   desires  Clmnge ni titt��l  In a few dftys a'change of time will  be inaugurated,over the Crow's Nest  Pass railway.- The east and west  bound passenger trains; will pass each  other at Yahk siding about 8 o'clock  iu the morning. Steamers plying between Nelson and Kootenay . Landing  Will leave at 11 O'clock iu the eveuirig,  instead of .10.30 o'clock as formerly;  and on the return trip v.iil arrive at  4:30'o'clock in" the afternoon,; instead  of 2:30'in the Efiorniiig. ' \\ [  ���"-^-"���O ���-'v  ____;_:.      miith.H voitimK'A  #." C C.i-.liiu'i. Co,"  i\.-3l6_3 ah.oiJt   tiu'iioitric-r.  The    undersigned   desires    Jo'   _:<.-1  press his s'incofe _th'i.h!_a  to' the  M.u-'-  era'iin-'ori and' .he people, of Mo'.'fc ,. ���- v^a a'fe 6't.t Atiaoiiiicttig that.  W'hb'.6'gon'.rM-.y &$__$-$. MMg {���e lJ/6,^ .^- -Caofhlug Co./ of which  laS&di iitiid iMbWi $ Mi? PM ^M.6"s (^^a & Hughes" are p'ropri-tors, will  IH^Hlo' jsoo'iV open nei.t to' th'o postofilce in the  W:'$;Mt!i&iagj     I b&iSn block" in, Moyie,   They   claim  they will sell e_.a_i.ru goods at  eastern  1 SUBSCRIBE  FO^" THE LEADER ' pri('ee;  Moyie*�� New tidke'vy.  Robt; Robson has his new bakery  opened to the public, and is turning  Otit bfead,pies, cakes and all kinds of  confectiohery, Mr. Robson's reputation as a caterer has already been  established, and . by embarking into  business for himself he will be b'eitef  able than ever to supply the wants of  the people.  ''BulKlids Notes..  'J. C. Drewry's three story boarding  lio'nse in the Lake Shore addition is  all bostrded in arid the carpenters are  putting ori the toof arid fiit'ish'irig the  inside;-^. �����'.'���  Reid; Campbell & Cb'.'s big store  bltilding adjoining the McGregor  block ou Victoria stre'et is well under  way and will be ready to ocotipy in" a  couple of wceku".  The limber is on the ground for  Mclnnes & Co.'s block.  Mr. and Mrs. Lawlor's residence will  soon be ready to occupy.  The Farrell block is receiving its  first coat of paint.  MacEachern &  Macdonald's  GKOCEiilES  Are always to  he depended on  Only the best kept in _tock., Our'  customers are satisfied customers.'  If you wsiiit to be satisfied with, your  groceriey deal with u*.  Try the Coffeelwe Sell/  Special attention was gi'^.n to  its   ��e'  lection.    The same caro  buying all other lines,  MacEachern &  exercised   in  MOYIE,  , *  ���i ��� i  ' vfi  h  !.t__*S UflUiihfl  iliifUljl  -���.I.!..-,  ,    "    '��� i  r ������  j .    i       -  i ,  .'II I'i. *  .  i '    I, -  ,   ��� *  ... , .  J    ,- '-  '��{- '-,     <���  nt   .  ,,-'  -��� ��� i     i',  .iK'!1...  j-,:*������ ��� .,. i  ,  ,'*'���;.."    i I  '  5rr:vJ '  .V-   "'.   ,''->  ,' 11 *' '   ��� .  VV -$���':  !'.,'.- -. yz'  ',!     'l Y*    '  ���'- A ,   "'���  /;.v-\U  f. .  tfi.-''..; '  ;  ���'i.l.-'f- ! ',  <   ,  ,IX-! V '' i  mi.  '���������'f ������    *  ��� ���  ,    "_.i fi i ,*;j -  iljrsS '  ,:���..'-.:    f'! '  ijrcfj ���  fli^'i'  -flsSI *  ', .-i'i! ,.-.   ,-   .  ' ^f-'i-"''-  8__R  _;"_T'��� J.* ,.'��� 'i'< -,  '   ' S'-Jji V'- ������'.'!f -  Mfl'-l.-i*-.  -.  _.t.--...i,-ii-ii-  9$65jij|        *���  'ij,;��.  ���*;f ,._ A<    -  i-f    ,-r . i-  s  _fi^^*  &{'-�� ���',-',-'   .  ���!!������'   ���':''"  S/,i,.^';   ���  ffip  ��� :,Hs-' .' <-���  i*j__i.  /v:.-';.,;  i  \ '-St ' ;''  IP'' 1 '���  * iii*"  ��� -. -  .- ���.*.  t -. ��� , .   - ���  !      -��� f\.-'- - -  . \:t.-..-:  ��� - -j . ,  ��� i'i��-'...- -.  gave;  east  , bett  onlj  the  e;re'  the  ma  in '  ke  ler  re'  oi  trie  i'i  By CARIIIE J3LAK��_ IiIORC. AW.  -.1 s"prsiu tliac aiier a   bit  you  li  _-c:.r =wmc i.lher woman's voice n-eailin  the chickum and ��omw other woman's  ht.ndi rattlin iho ttovo lids around,  a-stnrtin a fire to cook supper for yonr  husband. You'd most likely want to  {ict'nii out of your grave then, lint you  couldn't. You'd just have to lay there  and .hear things goin on without you  day iu and day out, year in and year  out, and watch yourself goin to pieces  inch hy inch and cruniblin to dust.  There wouldn't be much rest- about  that, Mis' Spencer, would there, now?"'  Mrs. Spencer arosa with the slow  paiufnlness of stiffened rheumatic joints  and turned, a shocked, resentful face  upon her visitor.    .  "Mis' Howard,''-she said sternly, "if'  i found a'fellow mortal in trouble and  couldn't think of a single comfortin  thing to say to her, I'd go away aud  leave her alone, f wouldn't- try to knock  out the last prop from under her. If a  body can't b'lieve iu tbe rest that's in  ihe grave, I'd Jiko ro know wbat wo  can b'lieve in. I never bean1, such scan-  d'lous doctrine sineo 1 was bom."  Sho turned abruptly and went 'into  the house, _closing tho door between  horsolf and her insurcbodox neighbor,  nnd listened until the sound of receding  footsteps died away.  "There, I hope she's gone, with her  croakiu. I was that afenrd' sbo'd hang  around and binder me too long. Land,  4 o'clock a'ready!" as a timepiece in  nn inner room gave four hard, metallic,  strokes. She hurried into the bedroom  and came out rolling a pair of heavy  gray blankets into an uncouth bundle.  Then sho took a bottle from a shelf in  the pantryaud filled it with rich, sweet,  milk. As sho put tbe cork in she suddenly stopped and listened, then opened  ' the door a little way aud listened again  intently.  ������Wheels!" she ejaculated. "Now. if  ifc should, be them, goodness help mo to  pet into tho cornfield before they coins  in sight."  Sho caught np the blankets and  snatched a raspberry pie in its tin plate  from the table. Thus equipped for'  flight she opened 'tlio door and went  hurriedly out.    At the foot of thostcKS  ff-ivcrcd, and her -heart punk _* little at  thought of the potato cellar and tho  lonely night.  "Di-w's u-fallin!" she ' exclaimed in  dismay, with care for her rheumatism,  p.'-.d ''.sq-ii-klv as might be she gathered  up her belongings and resumed her  flight. In tho fast gathering night the  v,ay io the potato cellar f-ecmed low.'  and, rc-.ijh, aud when she had reached  it sheii.und'it a stronghold defended bv  wild l;._ickberry vines that she must  tear away with her naked hands before  sho could gain an entrance.  The   clumsy   door  opened   outward,  and  yielded only inch   by inch   to  her  repeated jerks.   Each time a blackberry  n'ne was wrenched out   by the roots  it  brought   down   a   shower  of   loosened  gravel upon  her defenseless   head' from  tho crumbling banks that towered high  on either side, but -at last  a dark aperture yawned before hor wide enough to  give  her entrance.  She wondered why  she had not foreseen the need of a candle and some matches as sho groped her  way within and   pulled tho door  shut.  As she did   so there  came a  great roar  and crash of falling gravel outside.    It  sounded a- perfect  avalanche,'and she  congratulated herself on having escaped  it.  Tho atmosphere of the little cnvelilre  place was close and musty from long  lock of Ventilation, and Mrs. Spencor  lonud tho abrupt change from the pure  outer air almost stifling, the decided"  that sho must reopen tho door and leavo  it so through tho night, but when she  attempted to do it sho found the door  immovable, held shut by tho mass of  gravel that had fallen against it. The  discovery left her aghast.  "Why,' now���if I can't get out'and  nobody has tho least notion where I am,  why���it's 'most like bein buried alive!"  ��� Tho situation was disheartening, but-  tho direst forebodings must yield to extreme bodily weariness, and-soon she  had   spread" her   blankets  on   the   drv  come draft, but refrained aDd corked it  np again resolutely.  During the long hours of that forenoon sho attacked the door repeatedly,  but always futilely, and finally, when  the sweltering August sun had passed  the meridian and was beating down  mercilessly on ber retreat, she gave up,  and, bursting into a wild fit of weeping,  sho ciei.it back into tho bin and .lay  dowLi on her blankets.  Hours later, when she' had wept a  great deal and slept a little, sho opened  ber swollen eyes and saw tho red gold  of Fiinset shining in abovo the door.  "Twenty-four hours," she said to  herself, and a groat longing came upon  her to know how "A bra'in" and the old  home were doing without her. She  dragged the apple box close to tho door  and mounted upon it, thus bringing her  oyes to a level with tho crevice. There  lay the farmhouse and its peaceful surroundings spread out below her like a i  quaint, sun kissed old picture; bat, oh,  how distant it was, how far beyond the  sound of her voice; even though she  ^should shriek aloud! The broad meadow  and the great field of rustling corn lay,  between. N" , ,.'-<,  At first there was no sign of life about  the place, except tho patient oows  Branding. in tho lauo waiting for tho  bars to be let down, but presently,  while she waited and watched for tho  men to come in from their work in tho  far north meadow, she decried a curl of  smoke rising from tho kitchen chimney.  A queer, ghastly little caricature of a  smile flashed across her faco.  "Now, if I was near enough to hear  tho stove lids rattle," she whispered, "I'  could 'most imagine I was dead and in  my grave, like Mis' Howard said."  For a ���long time' she stood with her  eyes at tho crevice and her hands grasping tho rough frame of tbe cellar door,  watching thnt changing, darkening  spiral of smoke.   Once the kitchen door  IT HAS  598  STEPS.  Tlio  the brood   of  little chickens met her in  full   force)   fluttering   around   her  fee-t  and impeding her progress.       ,  '���Shoo!   Shoo!"  fc*ho pushed them aside .with one foot  . and ���waved tho  pie at thorn frantically,  but   they followed  close at her skirts,  with   dismal   chirps that  went to  her  heart.  "Poor  little   things, how  well 'they  know it's their supper time! If I'd only  " hud time  to feed'em.    Like as not nobody olse'll think to do it." ���  Sho hesitated and looked back at  thorn pityingly. Rufcthoraitlo of wheels  sounded closer now, and her heart hardened. She went on again, striving to  redouble her speed, but the blankets'  ��� were cumbersome, and tho raspberry  pie was shedding its sticky juice up her  sleeve.  Her arms were near to bieakiug and  tears and perspiration mingled in the  hollows of her cheokn when at hist sho  reached the cornfield and stumbled in  between tho tall green rows. Sho drop-  pod the blankets and almost, fell upon  them in her exhaustion. Tlio bottle and  pie were allowed tosiiitfc for the-niselves,  raid the latter poured out the last rr-m-  nanfc of its crimson juice at tho root.-j of  a corn hill.  Presently Mrs. Spencer sat up and  listoned again. Sho could no Jongrr  hear the sound of wheels: nor any sound  save tho .rustling of the millions of  corn blades in'tho great field about her  aud the \ oico of a meadow laik sinsini?  from tho .top of a tall charred stump  near by. She sat still and rested a Jittie  while longer. Then she stood up and  tried to see the house, but the tu&dclpd  tops of the corn were two feet abovo  hor head, Sho mado her way cautiously  to tho outer row and peered out between  tbo stalk?, but tho low sun heat straight  into her eyes, and tho higher yrouncl of  the meadow, full of haycocks, intervened. She could see only the weathor  worn roofs of tho houso and barn. She  erupt back and took up her buldcn flgaiii  of blanket;, aud bottlo and pie and  trudged on deeper into tho phelteiing  lubyi inth of corn. When sho had pnt  luilf tho width of tbo held between herself and the house, she felt htiiu fnr tin;  time being and i-.at down again forest  aud bide her time.  Her objective point v. as an old dug.  out in the face of a stony ridge jn.-t beyond tho cornfield. It had been constructed for n -potato cellar and- was  used only for storing those edible inhere  in winter. .I'rom'Murch to November it  was empty and forgotten, given '���over to  rats and fipiders. She had chosen it for  hor refuge .over all the other nooks and  crannies'on tho farm because of its isolation./ No roving member of-the objectionable "gang" would be likely to  stumble, upon It-aud'discover her. But.  it was well up the face of tho ridge and  visible from tho house, so she did not  think it beft to risk discovery by approaching it iii open day.  She partly unrolled the blankets and  lay down upon /them, turning bur worn  faco up to   tlio sky with a   deep drawn  breath of rest nnd a delicious new set'lao  of freedom.    Her   close environment of  tall corn shut out   tho horizon, but eho  knew when,tho sun  had   sunk below it,  by tho tinted glow that overspread her'  small   vista   of    sky .-and .   the   frc-her  breeze that came whispering among the  corn   blades, precursor of    tho  coining '  night.  After a timo dark shadows began  creeping along tho furrows, as if btriv-  ing to steal upon her unawares, ami in  the   purpling  liruiamt-ut  above two or  opened, and   n .woman stood for an   in-  stiaw of a potato bin and stretched her J fitnut iu   sight<    Tbe wa(ci)er squimed  her eyes in a desperate endeavor to concentrate her gaze.  "I s'pose it's Mis' Hhynearson,'.' sho  muttered, with a resentful snap in her  tone. "It's just liko her cheek-to take  possession of a body's house and act as  if she owned it! I can't seo how A bra'm  can like them Bbynear.ons so well;  they're such pestiferous folks. To think  of her there, a-liviu high off tho fresh  bread aud cakes and pies that.I baked,  nnd the cheese I made, and the butter I  churned, and me here, a-starvin!"  The contrast was too pitiful. In all  her hard, meager life site had never before known the pangs of hunger and  thirst. Her eyes filled uud the vision  was for a time shut out. When she  looked again, the curling smoke was  scarcely discernible and all the angles  of the old house were toned down by  the softening shadow of approaching  night.  aching frame upon them  For an hour or more her mental worry nnd her "rhoumatlz" united- in tormenting her; then came sleep and wooed  her to rest with the welcome thought  of no breakfast ��� to got in tho morning  and nodisturbing voice to break in upon  her slumbers with tho announcement  of "gettin up time."      , '   ,  But sho dreamed, and all through her  dream sounded  the chirping of hungry  little chickens, the lowing of unmilked  cowaaod   the slow, heavy, tread of  her  husb.md's   feet coming   up the   lauo at  evening time.    "Tired and hungry and  you not hereto  get supper  for  him,"  droned' the   reproachful   voico   of   her  neighbor, running liko a dirge through  tho other   sounds  and   making of   the  dream a wretched, haunting nightmare.  "Drat that Mis' Howard!   I'll never  speak fo her again," was Mrs. Spencer's  first waking  thought,   'a thin  shaft of  daylight with the yellow gliiitof a well  risen snu in it was forcing,its way into  the  cGllar   through   a crevice  an   inch  wide above the door.  Involuntarily Mrs.  Spencer sal up and   -listened  for the familiar  sounds of  her dream.    But sho  heard only the bickering   of a  pair of  wrens iu  the   blackberry vines  out hide  and  the scurry of   a rat that scampered  across the collar floor aud  plunged into  his  hole   in a  corner.    This served   to  draw her attention to her surrounding..  in   an   oppesito   bin   Jay some  sorry  looking   potatoes,   with   long,  ghostly  white sprouts and   a winding   sheet   of  cobwebs.    Near the center of   tho earth  floor stood a battered old sheet iron fctovc  with  some rusty  joints  of, pipe rising  EhakkigJy to the thatched roof, ton feet  above.    The   hired   men   had  set it up  during  the. coirl snap   in   March  and  built  a  fire   in it to  keep  themselves  warm while they cut potatoes for seeding.    A dozen matches aud a clay  pipe  half  full of   burned tobacco  lay on its  hearth forgotten. ��� ,  Mrs. Spniccr felt a little light headed'when i-.hc htood up, and thug was  brought to remember that sho had eaten  nothing t-inee noon of the preceding  day. She looked about for the pio aud  bottle of milk., Tho latter was intact,  but tho former had vanished, leaving  only it.-, tin . plato ng taugiblo ovidonca  that it  hud existed.    Two  little* knot?-  SlHirvrnr   I��   **><-   Tower   at   the  I'liiluilcliiIilM  City Unit.  A novel diversion is about to be instituted ai tlie city hall. Within :i few  weeks this noble pile, already distinguished as h: ing the highest municipal  building iu tbe world, will contain the  highest continuous- stairway iu the  world, and tourists who have* hitherto  boasted of their muscular ability iu  climbing the stone steps of the Bunker  Hill monument "at Oharlostown, the  Washington monument or the monument to General Brock, near Queens-  town, Ont.rwill tell their friends of  their feat in-ascending the 5US steps  which,, lead from the seventh floor of  the cily hall to the landing about the  feet of William Penu.  Tower climbln*,' Is one of the fads of  tourists. Hitherto the Bunker Hill  mouunien't, with, it's four hundred odd  stone steps, and the Washington mou-M-  uinont, which has a few more, have  represented the acme of opportunity  for tests of physical endurance. Accent or descent of these steps has been  boasted of, aud, though both so cramp  the muscles of the leg that the climber for an hour afterward is hardly a blu  to walk upright, the distinction has requited the pain.  The building commission Is pushing  fonvard the work ou the tower stairway, aud within tAvo mouths it Is expected that it will be in readiness for  climbers. It will extend from the seventh to the sixteenth floor aud will'  contain just 5_>S steps of iron arranged  ubout a square* central shaft, Iu which  will run an electric elevator. To reach1  the tower stairway the climber may  mounts the 245 granite stairs In the  hanging stairways at the northern end  of the building, thus ^making a total  climb of 743 steps.  Johu Bunker, assistant superintendent of the city hall, said recently: ,  "Kntrauce   to   the   tower   has   been  temporarily   stopped   because   of   the  work being done on the stairway.' We  are pushing this work, however.   It ia  really   surprising   how   many   persons  make application to ascend tlio tower.  The old elevator now iu the tower will  bo kept in place for the remainder of  the year at least to accommodate those  who prefer to rido, but early next year  we  expect   to  install   an   electric  elevator which will make the trip In less  than half the time required by the antiquated   lift   uow   in   use.    The' new-  stairway will bo an easy one to ascend  for the tourist climbers, because it will  be   frequently   broken   hy   placforuia.  There   will   then   exist   a   continuous  stairway  for the 547  feet  which  the  tower is high." ,  THE NEW ARGONAUT  THE   WONDERFUL   AND    PRACTICAL  AUTOMOBILE OF THE DEEP.  cunningly   devised  aid 'of    a  range,   and   there, "too,"wiijM "''lvj,i��9  away   some   of tho   edible btor    rUt'ku! ^  good-sized refrigerator. "    '3 a**-l a  Compartment "G" i_ tl,0 ,imln  room, within which are eomnJL fS}nt:  the motive machinery of tlio ^j  W  j i  ongino of four horse-power,'ai'V?''11'1*31''? j  principally ortwo'u-,^'-)  Middleton gasoline   engines' nf .   ,'H-  will   consist  leton gt  power, also a smaller auxiliary  "-"���'no of four '   of   output  1 ', W*.  rao  vessel's buoyancy w���r,"  third or niur^JJ,  Oc������'i Secret* 3Iay Now ��o Explored-  Ueicriptiou of Tills Heat Which J*  Equally ut iHorna lleloiv its Abovo  Water -Tlie Xautllm, of Jules V��ru��  Substantially Kauliiretl.  Most of ua are getting pretty familiar  'with the autotruck and the automobile  carriages as we understand them on land,  but only a precious lew of us have ever  seen nn automobile of thu deep���an amphibious creation which can either travel  guyly along on tho water's surface like  any steam yacht, or, at will, go to tho  bottom and thero roll along on ..three  wheels absolutely indiflerent! to tha  storms which may rage above. Such are  ihe powera of Simon Lake's "New Arco-  naut," as ho has named his improved  "Argonaut,'! tho craft about which we  heard so many interesting things a year'  and more ago  A Washington   correspondent   says tha  N'ew   Argonaut   is   a   olyindrical, cigar-  shaped structure of   steel surmounted by  a   ljghrer   fabrication, having  the graceful lines of aytioht, easily   blending iuto | rest   very   lightly   upon the groin,"!'  ihe form of tbo main   bod}-   below.    The j great wheels will   he   tliManruot<��X?_  boat is something like   06   feet long and j the engines and allowed to revoh..;^"  -has a beam at its greatest circular section ; find the pronclior will furnish   t|-,t.' C  ot ten feet.    When   travelling   along   the i Ir.f. power.   Should there be a hi-f.t��V-  surfac* the ship-shaped part   of the craft j rent ,tho   vensol's   buoyancy wiii ^y  will   appear   much    liko   any   ordinary I ther reduced, and hor   pressure ujunV  uichs,   save   for   tho  absence   of   ma'sw, ; bottom varied   all   the   vtny   frjiu^u  smokestacks,'und   the   usual topduunper | u.'jumJa to u-ton or luore, ns iht caw ��,  of such vessels.    This   ship-slmped super- j q ,ircfl| _ limi   t^n   tjle   wheels it'll __,'  structuro is designed   to roducn resistance i' power applied to them. " ' ���   '  when   riuiniue  on   the   surfuce, to  givoj       Under, ordinary   circuntst-incH who  tlie   place   has   been reached   wli.re \i\  ���'de-dred to descend   to   the   bottoinwan  enough is taken, iuto   the tank-; lotirit-j  enough to surT.-^'H  needful for the searchlights at il,. ,t!H  tho entire interior lighting of ^ HJ  and for tho hand lamp, oari-fed h^l  divers when working at some ,\u, '"H  from the craft. lll3t*---.�� I  Under' the floor of the several con  ments will be carried   the   Water } ���If"  by   which   the ves.i��i'<s *h������_���J".    Ulil��;  controlled; and the  which is jout-nallod into the rmic(,r  will   servo   to ' guide   'the   boat u-uf'  afloat or on tho bottom.    = ���*-���  ' The two forward wheels, wj,i,.h  have big teeth in their i-fih*, ,vill , |  drivon by the',same engines t'lm't,Wo!fj  thu propeller, ami when the __;L, 11  haul and the current too strong toi"-"!  good headway- hy tho propefle- al! I  these great wheels, each of which *ffe,..'  a ton, vriil bo put in motion ami uind-*'I  grip the bottom earth. When thtre i*! I  current to combat and tho bot;^?}  smooth arid firm the vessel's iMioV-j  will be reduced1 only enough to iia.,";f  SIMOX LAKE'S -''NEW ARGONAUT."  I  deck room in ploastant weather, and also  to house the air ami tho gasoline tanks,  which would otherwise crowd   tho   inner  tho ship-shaped hull quHo down to & j  level with the water'* surface. 'J hen the  two anchoring weight's ���"I" ���-i''_(lf,j  lowered by wlr�� rope fiom within t_c;!|  recesses and under, the power control <'  their winding drums till ihoy have set.;  tied upon tho bottom; mora watt-r 'it  taken into the tank to make up for iL.I  lo.-w of ,quire two- tons ol tlwul \vi-igLi;[  and then the'vessel   is   slowly tlr.i\vu��|  (To be continued.')  tbreo pale btur. took 'form   and blinked  coldly down   at  her.   ..She   s��t  uo uud  She partly unrolled the blankets and lay  do.vjii upon them.  ing, exultant 'eyesweroshiuingup from,  'tho ratholo in tho corner. Mrs. Spencor  looked troubled.  "Well"���a long, quivering breath���-  "1 cert'nl'y said I wished I was dead,  but���slow starvation is a little mor'o'n  I bargained for." .  Sho spoke aloud and shrank from tho  Bound of her own voice, it was so shut  iu and sepulchral. Sho turned to the  door mid strove now with, all 'her  strength to : push ft open, but ^withstood tlio onslaught without a tremor.  Bhe'desistod at length and sut down;  on an upturned apple box,-exhausted  .and gasping for breath. The place was  stiffing. Oh, for a breath of'puro, sweet  air I Her outraged lungs seemed burning in hor breast, and her mouth and  throat wore parched. Sho; opened tho  bottle of milk and took a portion. She  was tempted to drink it all at ono wel-  'U-.ivurletl  Diet.  An funusiny .story  is told of an old  time  soldier  who.lovecl   liquor  better  than food, and was bound to have his  diet according to hi.s taste,    ft was in  the   days   when   l.ritish   soldiers  provided themselves with rations out of  J heir'pay.    To insure the proper feeding of the men a strict inspection of  the daily mess was instituted.   It was  found that unless* this was done many  soldiers would go without meat iu order that ihey might have mouey to buy  grog  Donald loved whisky, and could live  very well on oatmeal. Therefore he  eschewed butcher's meat. But at the  daily mess it waa essential that he  should have meat before him.  Fci-r a long time Donald saved his  mouey, aud yet, to oil appearance,  lived up to the requirements. When  the officer went his round Donald had  Hrs mess before him. It was tripe,  trrpo, and tripe again for a change.  '���Do you always, eat tripe?" asked the  inspecting officer, becoming a little suspicious. ''^ ^  "Always, your honor," replied Donald.  The oQiccr stuck a fork Into the dish  before him.  ��� "Well, Donald," he remarked, "1 never before saw tripe with buttons on  it."  The moat proved to be a slice from a  pair of leather breeches.���Youth's Com-  otinion.     '_   THE   KISSING   BUG.  It.t. li:i!    I'm ;i jolly vomit; luijf.  1   love  lo  r.iici-i ;iii��l   I'i  lint;  '1 In   'v.i',-t Iijh of t-'ii is,  ..hose ti.-lli .-ne as |n-;ii]s,-  Or k<-'1- li'"il fiom Hit- iitou of a puff.  I li.ivo ("trip fi'jiu a kind fai aivay,  But villi Im'I  I h.-i'.e com.- Iic-ru to Gtay;  - Am! toon iuii will seo  Ulul ;i  I.m-r I'll be.  For I've,got such a sweet, winning way.  If I B."c a nice,^irl. in the pari:,  -. I'll -nialie for lier, just -for a lark;  I'll .i!ik'lil -on her lip,  "  And the honey I'll sip,  Cul I'll leave behind me my mark.-  ..-..-..We.-al!. have our object In life,,  And sotne. live-in peace, some in strife;  But  I  live in  clover,  ���   ��� ���  -l-'or I, roam the world, over '  And am.ever kissing sweetheart or wife.  I know it's a criminal act,  Bui that doesn't alter (he fact .,  That'We'll, all take, a risk .  ,     .To ohtain a sweet K'iss,  But  it should he accomplished with tact.  Just wait till her lips are like ljuds,  And lii-r aniis are enveloped in sudn,  Then swiftly yon, lake it,       - ,  1   And the Mlsa,  I will, stake.lt,  Will make you jump out of your dud*.  I'm fond of (lie dears,  dark or fair,  But I  "love" those with,carroty hair,  l-'or they've usually.a  freckle,  At which I can peckle,  .  Though it makes thciii as mad as a bear.  As I (old you. I've-come here to stay,  .So it's no ti:-;e to iriuruiur or prav,'  I-V I'll  kill 'fort  A ncmnrkitkte Case.  Matthias Steluberger, who Is at present liviug with his grandnephew,  Percy W. Hoicomb, near Fostodla,  is a veteran' of the Mexican war.  Iu one of the'charges of his regiment  at the battle of ltcsaca cle la Talma,  his horse stumbled and fell, aud,  throwing him to the ground, knocked  him sc-nscless aud paralyzed his spine  When be was-taken to the hospital,  he was able to tell everything that  took "place up to tho time he was hurt,  but after' that everything was blank.  He has always maintained that he was  about 21 years old. lie has, in fact,  been blind to all progress.  Tho gther day he was struck ��u the  head and lost consciousness, and when  ho came to a peculiar expression was  noticed on his face, as If he had just  awakened from a long sleep. The first  question that he asked was, "What  are all those wires up thero on the  poles for?" He was greatly astonish-,  ed at the electric cars aud bicycles. . ,  He says, "I gues.s that the world baa  gone so far ahead of me that I will  never catch up with it."���Toledo Cor.  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  body of rhe striotlj- workln/r   part of rhe j the bottom by windiny   in thu wire roal  cruft.  "The  only boatliko finish will be a, over this drums again,  short    bowsprit��� a    collapsible    affair���;    . Should it bo desired to hold   thu vessc'l  which 'ia to aot as. an   hydraulic bumper j anywhere   between   tho   bottom and !_l  In   case of collision.    The center   of   the; surface, all   ihit   is   nenc-JMiry is :o sicjf  deok   is taken   up  by "a steel.pila.-hou.o, i winding in tho wire  rope, and   i���er��!_i  within whioh tho  boat will bo guided in,' will remain without hindrance.   Thei��[  stormy   weather   when   on   tho  mirface, ] sel - can   be   sunk simply   by   laku-.f ;  and down throuRh which  will i>ass all of; enough water, but sho \s apt to bt-^J  tli�� nh pipes and exhausts   when thc boat. along   by tho   current uud   carri-.tiaf  I.s engaged in uutniqupous work.  Tha compass   or binnacle Is located on  way before bottom is reached. Sh'jsi:.!  vt-.sivl intend to travel after  reaching al  top of this pilot-house, and  tho   readings* bottom   the   nnchor.-t  of   tho   dial   aro   reflected bolow. ' It has!  luvn   found that tho compass   so  located  beyond the moving ma.-wos of metal with-;  In   the   boat la very idinbb:, and courses;  onco plotted on thu surface;  can be safely j  followed   hy   its guidance.    This   \a   one'  trreat   difficulty in siibinnriiit* navigation  rjmoved   and    simplified, for   tha   muny  ingenious substitiuus   hare all   of   thorn  been found dangorou.sly unreliable.  The mail' huil or body of the boat i.��.  of steel, three-eighths of an Inch thick,  supported by circular ribs of great  ttrength anil .spaci-d onlv  about two feet  aro drawn in.al  to suit tbe cim.|  ready   for p.-u^l  buoyancy ii minced  stances, and all Is-  .-.lonj,' the bottom.  'file gr-iat Searchlights at the bow ��::!  thoir piercing rays along through il  inky depths of thu sea, lighting up til  water before and tho ground ahead ��:���:!  beneath the' boat to'such an extent ascl  make a collision possible only in ea��<(|  gross negligence on the part of tin: mi!;  gator.  Jt has.been found that thc first "Aipl  Dun." went along without hindrance _|  llgh. mini waist net.')),    and   she   nmi  apart.  The form nnd method of construe-j difficulty in sin mounting   anything  Iron Felt.  A new Insulating material known as  iron felt, and made In Germany, Is being extensively used in Europe for a  number of purposes. For the prevention of vibration It Is said to be tpiite  successful, and It Is placed between  engines aud their foundations and also  between rails and sleepers. It consists  of tho larger and f-toufor woolen fibers  treated with a by product of petroleum and then coated with gelatin  and India rubber and vulcanized.  After pressure It Is used In tbe form  of plates soinowhat over two square  feet in -area, and from one-half to  two Inches In thickness. The plates  arc said to bo extremely elastic and  imperishable, aud havo a Htirface' so  hard as not to be cut by the sharp  edges of bolt heads or Iron girders.���  Public opinion.  Ami  your  Vijjur' Msl.ors a.-id wives  lUiiBh at yen over (.he. way  eyed,  Oil, yes, I'm a Jnlly Kprinjj bu;,-,  Who Jives, on  a  l-,i>.s ami a   hiiyl  .My  l.iss.-i's l he m-aliM.   .  The HliiUpeiil  and sv.e.-lciit  Thai you cur -aw un u1 imj^.  ���-li. V. I'.d-.Mt'dri !n Nmv York Journal,  Artificial UnylJurli..'  Te.sla has succeeded in making artificial daylight In .Ids. laboratory he  'sho.wsnumerous balls of glass o'f-'dif-  . feretit sizes which look like miniature  .suns. The balls are empty; then; are  no wires in them nor outside of them.  They do not burn the fingers. The  light does not 'hurt the eyes as sunlight  and ordinary electric light do. A  number of leading New York a.nd  Chicngo photographers will have tills  artificial daylight supplied to tl.oir  st miios. Tosla says:, "The reason' I  have chosen to'introduce.the new daylight to the photographers first is  I bollcve them to be the severest  lea In the matter of light. If it  ceeds 'with them a new light  succeed yverywhere."  tion make tho boat a bio to withstand'*  water pressnro far in pscosj Oi" that tinder  which a direr might iivn. This main body  Is divided into ttrven different compartments, of which tbren flru watertight.  Compartment "A ' is tbe operating  room when thf> boat is on the bottom,  .ind lt in from this pl.icfl that the captain  control-? all mechanical ivrformanres.  Coruj-artiuent "li" in the diver'n room,  when the divor pns.-es through the doorway "L" to the bottom.  Compartment "���'." is an air-lock between the diver's room aud the living  ���pace, \'JV by which it is posriiblu to  pa*s to and from the diver's room without reducing the nir pressure therein.  in compartment "i")"' aro the eight  bunk*, and tho sl.oraga lockers for the  captain and orew. The beds and thu lockers am comfortable affairs, and Rpaco i-,  also left for tho storage of provisions and  working tocls In tho reci'Sies at the sides.  White Daint makes everything !i>tht.  whilo hero and there a bit of decoration  adds a very pleasing finish anil takffs  uwisy tlio strictly commercial nidw of the  craft-. Heavily upholstered transoms pto-  vido sitting accommodations nnd comfortable lounging place-? when tho time  comes for a smoke and a refit bctwe<n  labors.   ,  Compartment "K" i_ tho large operat-  lng-rooni. within which aro controlled  the pumps and the diving apparatus, and  there on tho side walls aro hung tho vari  ous gauges, .which aro to record water  pressures, air pressures, thc depth of the  craft, the amount of wator in tho tanks  and tho hool or list of rhu craft, and hor  upend either through th�� water or along  on tho bottom of the nou.  Compartment   "F"   is the cloakroom,  whoru the meals   will be prepared by thu  orsl  which she could poke her  nose.    '1 hi>  due to the fact that, under ordinary co:-.  dicions. tho vessel has   a  dead wif^h"  the   bottom   of   only u few   poui'ds.  the   driving   force   of   the  propeller  enough to lift her up   and niako her  over such obstacles, just as a balloon   ���  tinted almost to tho rising point will �����  lightly   over   tho   ground.    It ii cn��T  see bow the force of collision   wouldi^i  be     greatly   reduced    by   this   pra-'u:'  ali^eiico of corresponding   weight .jjJ;  this lies one of the safeguards of nU^t  oub navigation.  Tho XewAigonauto is a practical, to:  mon-sonso submarine boat, and a re:;*  able Klondike lies at our doorstep;!  her easy recovery. As .Tulei? Yerni h.-S  st*.f has snid, she is hia Nau.ilii.!sulua;|  tially realized.  r>  I  Univurtlty   StmUiitH.  The number of students at the larg^l  ten universities! in the world i.i as WbnJ  Paris, 12,017; Uerlin, 10,:iO(i; MadridI  IS, 143; Vienna, -5.710; Naphs, ii,li"l  Moscow, -t.-Kil; Hilda Po-nli, ib'  Munich, 'l..)!>7; Harvard, :.,t_.i;  Petersburg, .,'.15.  VI'in��i* TU:iu   til*  I-'iitliur.  A Glasgow Evening News   corn'.*-'-'  ent   reports   a   marriage   In   wlik! ���J |  father   of   one of tho contracting .���-"'���*-  was a publican, and yet tho fiinctioa w* j  a   strictly   teetotal one,   In   deferent-������  the wishes of both bride and groom.    '  l��_idur.ti>c��  of Arab Horn*.  A   good   Arabian   horse can cintef lj  (ho desert for 21 hours In Mtimni*. ��*���'���������  hourii in win tor without drlnkln..  AMD SUGGESTIONS'."FOR- AGpR.NG HEALTH AMD  that  crit-  sue-  Will  liulinn Ti-iulc  In Mir.on.  The Killplnos wrap their cartridges  to make them fit 'various, barrels. This  crude adaptation of menus to en.d.s  must amuse the old Indian fighters in  General Otis' army, to whom the principle'is by no mentis a new one. The  same trick has long been-used by our  own Indians, who wrap Winchester  cartridges with rawhide nnd shoot  them from their old f.0 caliber Murtluis  and Bharp'fl carbinea.  .������������������ BE  Almost all the.si.nwing that woman  ondures can be (raced to th-' irregularities of the delicate tin I sensitive f'oini-  iiino organism, wi.ich is intiin .itely  connected -with every part of- the sys.  tern, If the monthly flow is not perfectly healthy it shown itself by pains  and aches in the limbs and back, distressing, bearing-down fcelincs,blotches'  on the face, neck and iu-iiih, headaches  and tired, despondent-  feeling:!..  A healthy woman is lievei^irrefiilar  She escapes the suil'wing at tbo monthly  periods, and is not I'jchuristfd by this  natural a-fiun., The sympjoma mentioned above, and which so many women endure, tell of t'xhausiwl nerves  When tho nerves are weak the whole  .system suffers the strain of (lie'monthly  action, which should be easy and natural Set the nerves right and (|10 Paj,)s  and aches will disappear,  bo no more irreKt,laritit'S when tht  ���whole body is under flit  heiilthy norvr.H.  The most Hnccessful n_a.orn._Yo thai.  Thero will  when  control   of  scienco .hit.*, over devised for eidm^  nervof. is Dr.- (2hn.se's-Ncrvo I^o'l,  it has, jiroven so wonderfully .bmefiei'i  to  w-oiiien   that   it  is  now coisidenf  .speci fie    for    ail men ts    pcculur  women. u  Besides restoring and revita'fi.iuP'  nerve.s Dr. Ohaso's Nervo.Food iijk  new, red cbrpiisck-s iu' the bl'oor- ��'  the blood thus pure and riehff"-'1'  swircedy notice (he ell'ect of thcaion^  lya'cfion wbiqh is at other fin''3  wealu'iiing. ,  Under    this  "ireafnient    t-li 1('  rounds out, palu cheeks bccoiia}'1*1 j  and rosy, and there is now vitn.t.'  tdnst icily in ' every movement.        ,  Health makes woman   beauti-' ���  nttractivo.     Deal lb   e.au  only c"1^  snfiering women when fho 1%nlflt  pcirffd ly rcHtorcd.     Dr. Ohuse,-'->*  I'"'(!(.d  ro.rCores fho   nerves, '  blood,    and    niakos   woman  1  '  f  ?\h   Of  j.iiti-y  i  A.  -.  if  Iitaiiliful aud bfipp.v-    fiO ceid*   * I     |  nt;  all   dealur.H,  Co , Toronto.  or  Kdiniinsou,  JitC"'  .  u%  111  111  tl.  UI tsamu
THE MOYIE LEADER.   \ P. .SOI.Cr's Release. I ™E PR<^*% mistake.
■•*"■ "n rrr
MOYIE,    B.    O.
THE'WRITERS.
Ifai| Cnine i3 at his desk at 5 a. m.
ru V-ork-. three hours and spends the
,ll3't of tlie day in'long walks.
jt i, imt generfdly known that Hr-n-
a-'jl.scn, die drainatist,' was for many
*m a druggist, 50 years ago.
lY',f< !»**■•"' Kdward .Marl:ham of Oak-
]„„!, ('al., the author of "The Man with
"jK, 'ifiM',"   will   spend   the   summer   ju
Kin"!'''*
Wilii'iiH I>- Hotvolls .subscribes inter-
iriltciiiiy '" fl clipping bureau for i-u-i-
j',,,,., in ri'iil life bearing upon what-
(.ui theme he m.'iy be treating, in novo!
fullll- I
(iciirg    Iirnml"s,    the    Danish    critic,
li,»w   Jb.-eii   was   once   loud   in   UU
s   of   Itussiii.     "A   .splendid   cotui-
'in* said.    -Think  of all   tin* grand
. ,ioii they have!    Duly tliiii'l: of all
tIu. j.!(iiioiis love of liberty it engfiitli-rs!
jju--'!' >"* •"*'' °* *'10 ,'*-'u' -'"JUfitiii-s in the
u li<-;-c  men still  love liberty and
-:u iitk.-s for it,"
A «riffJ,t   Youth
IJa.iJy ;
that he
«•»   i-lgl-^fi,,, S«fl«r<.,,  M,
" A *•""•*.* ai„J   llr„Iu.,lltih
• c .«   , l'",r,<'t-'"'i:«-i..ai.,  Ux  a,,'
• iJiift.   ,,,-. Clarke'* Kola (o
Cured.
al   a
I'lp'.trnn
Mr. L/O. ].einiei,(;b, (j. - p.
to  E
i amir   tVUlM. KlCh    V**'tn "Vi, •      ' ■"■"-*■• •*■•"
*>y Uiought ,:.*   woui,^.' ;^,^ "ryw. that
ti-l1-.
null-'
I..:"'
ci'i
v.ui
11
mani1
Ktinc'ly f°r lJi"-ll» »»<! -SeaUU.
Accidents #re liable to occur at any
tji'uc Your child or yourself may become scalded or btirned at the most unexpected iiioment. That is why Griffiths'
\jmihol Liniment should bo kept in
MY honno. Its toothing effect in felt
jjieinlnute applied,-and Is urieoualled by
soy other remedy.   Sold by all druggUts,
io Kills.
Tlu.- I0i1ii.:ii«.<1  Thler.
••The ii".timony   against  you,"   said
tk- i-'-H-'e Justice,  "i.s cl^-ar and con
c'Jri.-,n<?.  Vou spend your time oounnit-
rh;g iM-tiy thefts."
"Vts, your-honor," responded the
/irt.-wior. venturing,.to ,wink at'(he
1-innt. "I am tin embodied protest
n^'iiiist the existing condition of things.
I aw a r.tiuid robin,, your honor."
l.ii. his honor was equal to the emergency;
"I'or the next (ID days, anyhow,',' hf*
«..ilil'. frowning at tin* prisoner, "yon
Vion't I o around rubbin. You'll be a jail
bird '.'all I lie next (.'use!"—Chicago
Tribune.   " '_	
' KNARD'S LINIMENT Lnisberman's Friend,
r  ———    -
Too Sare.
Mrs. Waggles—Did Mr. Wiggles'seem
to be ei.cIt.Hl when ho proposed to you?
■ Mrs. Wiggles—No; he waa so cool
about it. and seemed to be so dead certain that f would havo him, that the
first time he asked, me I refused him.
-Sou'.erville (.Mass.) Journal.
A BRAVE WOMAN,'
flow a Drunken Husband Was Made a
Sober Man by a Determined Wife.
-     A PATHETIC -LETTER,
She -writes:—"I hud for a long time been
thinking of trying the Samaria Prescription ireatm.'nc. on mv   husband for' hia
drinking hnbir:, lint l was«f.*.-iul__o would
, mscovec that L was giving  him medicine >
and tho UiouR-htj unnerved me. I hesitated f
tor nearly a week, hut one dav when he!
h.fu-,iV-V"0 ,vor>-   ■■-<•*'••   indicated and
off    ]°?:fIa!'{ I,,uri-V' aU .I'"". 1 tl"VW
«<rorV\i       a,ld ,!oi,,:'"1 "•"'*l tuinako an
effort to Bftvo our Iiilho fi-om the rulu I
^?S coft' - a ,. rc-":JI" '»* and put it in
tits colloo us dlret'i.tl next lnornlnir nnd
watchwl and pnn-f.l U,r the re if
noon 1 gave hi — '! -        **-•**«•••"
(Jlarkk'j Kola Couip'ouiKl is tlie only p,-rin.-iri -
em o ire for aHthmayet discovered, and ii V ,
ali'dru^Ts </J('a^8 ln r^^a!""«-   «<"d hy
Kiielo^ocfeniutttinp.   Adore-in ihe,f;i-ifli.h-i**&
Mhcpheraou Co.,iaif.hun-h Str^t, Throat.'.
MAUD MULLEROF THE LINKS
Mau.l MuIPt, on a slimmer il?y,
Wlz cuit  ia the mi-ailow lakinj; hay.
Ucnrath her,straw hat (,'ldw<-! a w-^!ih  ,
Of Jjfge,  red fr, cl.lr■, and  tuilic li.-a.Uh.
Siii(>ii!(.-, i,)))- ral-c-d and didti't st-e
The- judifc addnsbiiig at the ti-c.
, But at,U<it the glanced ar-ro--s tho linl.s
And i-aw th.- jtidge and tight .1: "u!i. jink3l
"I'll bit if I l.il that lial]  a wli.-irj;
Tluy'd iietf-r stici-t-ed in ectling it lui-k!" '
The jwli;e rr.oveil onward stroke hy eti-uke
L'ntil he (foi bunkered behind a*i oak.
TIimi   ho   stopped   for   awhile   and   fccialt.lic.il   hll
heatl.
And  llittid got scared at the things lit said.
II'.' ft'.0'l and faiiaptl hiiiwir in tho shadr,
A;nl.  lfiol.irig ovt-r, hf ta-.v   (lit iiuul.    ■
Ho as!.nl for * draft fi-aii the jt-j,- si.i; lad.
"i'w.ii cid.-r bh-.-'t! taruf-d out to hei  dad.  '
Bhi> offc-rd  tfi lot him !i.«c hr-r ci'.p.
But he- ttx.k the juj.;, and !iu turmd it up. r
-*np tliouRht of the job he had ir. town,
V>in'U- h.'s Adam's apple tvcia u;> and duu-n.
The juiitre drank on till she fear<-d  he'd burst,
For lli-.- golfer jjets a terrible ihhst.
TliL-n lie F[^-l.e of the Kra-'lS.  U.e bird", the bee*,
Of fooxh-s and strokes ami  putts and tecs,    t
And Mntid  .orpot the unrakid hay
Xi-.d uUlicd s-l.e could line a chance
II   WttH  Oitc  Merely  I)„e
ineiil.
I'rofopsor 1;. O. 15,-intoii, th« famous
•■-"tliorny „IlOU archaeology and Un-
J.'iiisii<-«. liri.s -Ivon bis valuable library
•iiP'Ui tlK-M- subjects to the University
ol IVriu-.ylvaiilu, together with many
wrinjurs eni\,»dyi»g bis j.ersoiial re-
sMirobi's. Ii is doubtful, however,
whHlH-r his papers indbde the follow-
Iiij-' mcident, uic. truih of which is
vouehoil for:
Whih; in M,.Xjr.0 on ono 0<-.f.as;ou 1]j(.
I'ji'ofcooi- W.|S 1hc. gH(lst of tlj(, Na_
tioual IILslorieal socieiy of ih.-u iv])i,l>-
he One day, whih.* diseunsin-i; wiifi a
member on the stre/'t the blends of
Aztec and M.iya blood which oinei- into Uk; avei-.-i,^.. peon, the professor called attentiou to cranial peculiarities
transmitted from the.se ancient i-.-u.-es.
'■There," he said, pomiin^ ?o a laborer who w:is worldujj on'il.o street,
'"is a type in which apparently xhe in.-i-
teriml iiifliu*nce.s wore Tollec ami the
paternal .Maya or Oarib."
';I^ce," Haiti the momher.
"Xoiice the man's- forehead." continued tlio professor, -ft |):ls r,u (]le,
chanicfetisiM-s of"—
"liini'K that'.'" intei-nipU'd the pitji-
posed peo(i, drojiiiiu- his pick. "ph::i'.s
that y'e'i'o say,inir, ye ,lom,' leyped' ,ic;.
varikauirV I'll ha\e u; knew ii!(.- J.jy.
ther    was   a   O'SlKinnr-ssey    il:!.j    I;'i0
■nay-uii'i*
I'os-t.
rili.'H
:|ii."-rinl.-ide![)!
ia
-Much din U'n- and siokio.. in c ildren
is cat 8"d by wn ta -. .Molar <i rases'
Woim Kxt-'iin'natoi' fjivcB re ief by'removing ihe t.tino Live it a tiial and be
con*Ui.c.d.
.1  ( oiitiih-tice Clinic.
'flow   .b.l   you   like, your
n>  club   lni.1   ni;
::i   :1
pnuciji.a
:hr.   Mrs.
The   Judi;<«
Cl.--.lL,
And ihe w.v
to pby.
Laid,   "Come!"   and   he   pirnJied
pc-J jKi.r wilh the judge's ek-.-k.
hc-i
Tiii-j
So ht
Si-r<t the'caddie a'.oiii; sin
t.   I.in't 1.'St v,l-..t cit.li.-
Id.
Aii.i  tlu-y baiTt-d.and f-utted and fueled around
A.-.d ut and talked nn the toi-tntj Kr..'Liiid.
S',:e ^.J)'^lc^l, and ihe tlifu^l.l :« herself: "All,  in.
That I the Judge's btMe tnigl.t be! °
"We'd fit up bunktra ou father's place,
And I'd set hii'lien-.r a beautiful pate.
' Sly brotliT should be- a caddie then,
And 1'ii A.'aijcc with Jj.ii't-i .-ind gcntlanta."     .-
But the ju<!i;e at laM rr-.URied his filay,
And ll.tu-J -.\»nt b:.i-k to rakitij; li.iy.
spea!
.1(1111 !■
"I'l'' ui'idi- us tbe victims of false piv-
teriM's. sir: lie1 shall ia-vt-r.talk to us
'airain *■-* s 111 my consent."
"1 ihtir.-'Iit 1:1 in one of il.o m'nst eon-
fic'emi..us of men."
"Weil, ll'.-'t l.ni. Hi- (old us ho would
pay .only *.-i iyw words' ai.oii,i commor-
cial c.\[.*:>.-id:), and he lalki-d for an
hour nod a !i:ill'."~Df*troit I-'reo l-ress.
On l!ii>  [Ir.iailiT.ij- C.-.liIo.
U'ormin (.iiitrrilyi—Coudut-lor, you'vf
only ^."it-n iae 1)._ cents from that dollar11 ;;.ivo you!
'"Wi'il,  alu't that  i-isluv    Ver don't
ii
ctlo \ er
want ter rule if rt
After aiiotiier nieniarcalculation she
blti'Udutdy Hi,il'skles, aiitl the conductor, n-s he r»:H-I.cs, the plntform. mutters. "And thein'* the tiuujrs as waut>;
ter vote."—Hi'oolciyu I.ilV.
U LCEllRURE rrtJ'.'iV or' U-a'l
'resh or old wounds ln
It lias no equal
Ai ihe Huh.
"It's queer about Boston mon." '
,-YVhai is ItV" ■    ■
"•Why, even a single man Iu Boston
can be called 'hubby.' "—Philadelphia
Kill Win.
'Runki-rod," t,he siirlicl.
fitviai'pd, too!
It's i iu,l old world,  Maud Mullir, for you."
The judpe moved sJowly over th,? niil,
A,-,<! !.e thought cJ..iiK'liiiie.-.  as jijdi'ei will.
He thmiclit of Maud Minicr's plump, bro«n arais,
And ln-r fretkled nohs, and  her oilier cluiins.
Hut ther,-
L*:> _.'.  tin
wore his si-br*. co!-l anil proud,
cIuhitCiUM- u:t!i the crowd.
.Vot nn  An to mobile.
"Sister Kitty, what is a vehicle?"
"It's a thin:,' that  won't go without
bems   ii itched  to a  quadruped."—Chicago lle'cord.
, Some twelve years
ngo Mrs. Elizabeth
Gilhula, wife of tha
postmaster of Buxton, Ont., wns taken
ill with an obscure
stomach trouble
'which her physicians pronounced
cancer of the stom-
""b' -rac__ and informed
4&g her that her lease of
Hie would be short.
MR3. QILHULA. 0n   the   advice of
friends she commenced taking- Burdock
Blood Bitters. The results that followed
were little, short of marvellous. Her
strength and vigor returned and in a &hort
time bhe. waa completely cured. Mrs.
Gilhula is to-d.iy in the full enjoyment ol
good health, and in all these years there has
not been the slightest return of the trouble.'
Here is the letter Mrs, Gilhula "wrote ai
tha time of her cure :
" Aboit four years ago I was taken sick
with stomach traubleand consulted several
of the leading physicians here, all of whom
pronounced the disease to be cancer of the
stomach of an incurable nature, and told
rne that It was hardly to be expected that
I could livelong. Afterward the two doctors
who were attending" me gave me up to d.e.
" By the advice of some of my friends,
who knew of the virtues of Burdock Blood
Bitters, I was induced tu try it, and I am
now happy to say that after'using part of
the fit-iit bottle I felt so much better I was
able to get tip. I am thankful to state that
I am completely cured of the disease' by thai
use of B. B.B.,'although it had baffled the
doctors for a long time. I am firmly convinced that Burdock Blood Bitters saved
my life."
. Here is the letter received from her a short
time ago.- - ''
"I am still in good health. I thank
Burdock Blood Bitters for, saving my life
twelve years agor and highly recommend
it to other sufferers from stomach trouble!
of any kind."        ' Elizabeth Gilhula,
,   V/Imt .Uakej) Him Very Weary.   ,
I cannot think that I am by nature or
by   trainiujj   ungallant.     A   fashionable
birthday book, in copies of which I cannot inscribe my autograph Too frequently or too jjhidly, assures me that  f  am
'•fuil-'Of  reverence  for a   true  woman,"
and  as we invariably  become  what we
are described as being I feel that nothing  now  would   persuade  me to  be unhandsome to tho se.v, and yet I know not
by   what   diabolical   remnant  of   a   barbarous atavism   I  have  to  confe-b's that
the .exaggerated thesis of  feminism  exasperates me beyond words. , What is so
luciotisly  termed, ,in  adoring  publishers'
advertisements,   "a   masterpiece  of  sexual   female Getiou,"  makes  me positively   unwell,   not   with   indignation   at  its
immorality  (its  morals,   poor thing,   are
of-the least possible importance), but^at
its preposterous .vulgar futility.    Yet the
cliches of  the  old  gallantry  oppress  us
still, and a man cuts as poor fi figure in'
opposing   the   extreme   feminism ,as   ho
does  in refusing 'his  seat in a  crowded
omnibus  to-a  hard   featured  woman   iu
bloomers.      Accordingly    the    feminists'
have   it  almost   their   own   way   except
when duty calls a man ,to thc Spartan
protest    ot„   tlie    ballot    box.—Edm'uud
Gosse iu North American Ueview.
,,  ,..   ... ..I.... ,. ..,.,.,,,j
TS2_
usi K&ve ihe
:enaine, The
gmifationslook
very nice* but they
hart myddicateSKlN^
 Tiis Albert7_i£St6<ja_» Cot, -C .'
Nil  DeHiierandum.
I nsked a maid in fuir Bordeaux
To marry rne.    I loved her seauz.
All, me!    It was a crushing bleau.-c
When ihe replied, "You booby, neaux." <
So ,then I Journeyed to Colog-ne
To wed a girl I lonn had knogne.
When 1 got theic, my bird had fiouae.
And 1, alas, am still  alognel
Be. now 1  linger in Marseille?,
With cheerfulness tliat never feilled—
Hoping: thai Boon some favoriny gelll«
Will put new wind into my Eeilles.
—Joha C. IL Valentine in St. Nicboli*
Dramntio.   .
Barnes Tormer-It i.s my'art I love.
It Is not the sordid wealth I care for.
Tighe Walkor-Wi']!. the little we
Ret is not' worth caring for.—Indian*
apolis Journal. ■•
Very Frenchy.
We read recently in a French newspaper of a strangely deliberate suieid* da
I'nris. A doctor expected certain disgrace.
He first informed his wife of the position
in which he had placed,himself and at
his suicidal intention. She, young, han*-
5.0010, very rich, vainly endeavored to
dissuade him aud then acquiesced. Th*
doctor said that he would suffocate himself by opening the gas brackets in his
'•tudy. He kissed his wife, who left tt«
roiiin.- She talked with'him through th«
door, while he pasted paper over the
crttcks and apertures, and listened at th«
l:ej hole until she heard nothing. Then
s-lii.- went out and told her frieo'di what
had happened.
.J.'Jtlosi.sy. .
Dolly—My checks ;uV alPon fire.
Her Uesi Friend    i iliuiitrbi. I studied
burning  piii/lt! —Iloston   ("I!-.,be.
bTHKKT CAR ACCIDENT. — Mr.
Thpintr. .Sabiu'i.ay.: ".My eleven ytar'-old
boy had his foot badly 'injured by being
run over by a en- on the street railway.
We at once coininencu.l hat linjr ihe foot,
with Dr. Thomas Koleetiic Oil, when
the discoloration, and swelling was removed, and in nine i ays he could use his
foot. We always ke p a bottle in tha
house ready fpr any emergency."
eoeo
CbNCEITS  OF  SOME   MEN.
The
Piece
MISAKD'S LI81MEXT is used 67 Pfiysicians.
_ h", '"'I v(5t';'u' to " woman's heart,
Sc Ss vli, lnl)yMl ^d-told mo that whiskey
to It    ir xi    U,Ui, h0 WIS f;lIci,!ff *■ disUka
tad-tv,_» kiI ?,u]y. (.'?°   <-r"e, for before I
pc-J
tiara
'"Ur„V-lS  °,!1*   if>0   true, for beforo
3 - H !"U,lhd ful1 *»»rsc ho had stop
t t   ?/■'}}°.e^nv. but I kept givin,
fnJ ""^'l1 JP w,s Bo»y, and then sen
stop-
S
t
S-t he left   the irt-.i'.-iire that he had found    -
.\:-d niaiiied a  woii'.'n (^ ho bo>w_ him round.
Of!'«hen the uino in  hi-- |rlnc5 is red
lie lor;,s lor the cider jug instead.
'H.ind n:.ltrie-l a man  whn couldn't spell,
And >!ie  lis !i-s him  1,-jrvcst iiay  lo self;
She roeki the crjdle and sadly 'croon?
A-> .vl.e |ij
le-.u-L the holes in bis pantaloons,
And oft .-.' "he d-irns his s.^i'-l.-. >.ie tbiii:
Of ihos^ i.tii. r I^Il-s o:i! on l lie Ii:ik>.
•ont/r .' r; S6 in '),(,vln' son,eil envelope,
formti 'i,Kn "t; t^'-'iionlnls.-.nd full n-
2K« ; Q,,h d1'^^ how to take or
Soffi np, -^''"Pr1'1 Proscription. Corre-
tal    \ .'   con»hU«rpd saeredly  confldon-
Jord-in cf,!*0" £ha 'Simarialtemcdy Co.,
"•'•'aim,street, Toronto, Out.
Alas for tii.iid«n!    Ala-i for jti.l;
I'or    tlie    benpeeked    man    and
d:>id„-e:
tue
liousctu.lil
MINARD'S LINIMENT In the House.
Ailoway & Champion
BANKERS   AND   BROKERS
302  MAIN   ST., WINNIPEG.
I''»te<l   StooU»  boufiht, wold, ami  carrrl«d
011  margin.   .-.■,-
mom,!16 "8 'f j™ wish t6«ix«hah(f0 any kind of
U1..1J' t0 bu-r Govornmoiit or 0. N.-W. Co,
,us-°r to s«nd money any where.
Ah, pity them both and pity us iill
Who hit thc earth iin-te.nl of the ball I
Pur all s.ni word, to tlune wlii.'ic missed,
■'ll'" b the »,i..'di-.-l  m the H--1!
Pi'it a lime v.iil romc for man and maid
When c»ir»   trame will  be faiily played.
Gr.'cn lleliN nuait t;=i all somewhere,
An 1 »!'[■;•- le'.n < nre m ur„f<H>.'.h:d  lliere.
- S.   11.  Ki.er in Chi. .i;;o Times Herald.
A  t).*:ul  I.cmm.
"You look' sad."
"1 am. My wife helpi-d lo gel up n
huvn fete, but 1 played off sick and act
out of <:oi:)<:."
'•Well, it .teems to me that was fortunate."
"Yes. but YYinslow borrov.-od *.KJ
from me, and I learnctl next day that
he lnid been there. I mish! huve had
the credit for siiomiiiitr ih:U money
myself.1       -___
Hollo-ays Corn Uuro destroys all
kinds- of 'lorn.*, and waits root and
hrauch. ,-Wiu thi-n wnu ■' enurt) tl.em
with Mich a c.tiip aiid ITei-tu.d ioi.e.iy
within iv.; hV
C. C. Richards & Oo.
Dear Sirs—For some years I have
had only partial use of my arm, caused
by a sudden straiu. I have used every
remedy without effect, until I got a
sample bottle, of MINARD'S LINT-
_MEI\"T. The benefit I received from it
caused me to continue its .use aud now
I am happ3- to say my arm is complete-
iv restored.
Glands Out. K. W. HARRISON.
KiiO.
tn il.t.
1 co.-;.*
i4
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„.Icl!|08 Anti-Con'suinptlve .^yrnpstiinds
'**' t-'io. bontl of the list for nil dlswisos ot
j'o thi*out and lunga -.It acts  liko magic
11 breaking  up a cold. , A eotitth ifl  soon
■^"ductl, tightness of tlioohest is relieved,
|.Vt''- tho worst case of consumption is re-
leveo, while in recent cases it may bo said
{-over to fall. XtlH a niotlicl ne prepared from
"io nctlve principles or." virtuesof sovora-1
{'uuiclnul   herbs,  and. can   bo ' depended
"lion for all pulmoimry oomphilntii.
l*roven It.
Kilkins—Smytho tries to make people believe that he belongs to the "upper crust.",
' Wllk.lus—Well, I: should think he did
w-lo.ufc (0 the "upper crust."
I'llkins— In what way docs he show
'WlJklus—Always   short   and   easily
broke*.—Brooklyn Life.
( A 11a <1 Cum*.
'There's -the most .•ibscnttninded rnsin
"-.Mlcliignu," said ono guest at a parly
^another recently.
i"1 uotiecd that ho see
of hi
meil obliviouo
I
A   Cli-M'r  .MIIKitf)' Trlrlc.
After sonic shirui^liiiit: between
mil'and Pc-httwar ihe er.ciii.V t"nl>
top of ji hill. \\hciii.e th-.-y could ml
(kiwi: ami from which their dislo.k'tiieut
■ was dillic.ivlt., '-At.last a villager came iu
and told me'that, although. the''enciny occupied the tup of the .'mountain all day
■tbey were in tlie habit of oonii'ng to
Kpr'iiigs half way down mcook ami-tost
.■it night.   ■
Aiding'on this information, I sent lor
.sonic herdsmen of the'district mid showing them a -landt'iii of gold coins promised lo give them if the men would
take up a bugler and sonic odds and ends
thnt they must carry with them ■ to tlie
.top of (he. hill after'the enemy had retired from the heights for (he night. A bargain was made, and tlie next evening my
Filth* parly was ready for starting.
Tlie bugler was disguised as a shepherd, and tin* 'villagers, three in number,
carried each half a dozen pots tilled with
powder, with fuses attached. These they
were to take to the top of the liilland layout in a row. anil at' !> at night, on a signal rocket being fired from camp; they
were |-lo light all the fuses, the bugler
would! blow all the calls .lie knew, a at
then the whole party wore,to niakc the
best of their way back to enmp.   ;
The ruse was successful. The hillnieti
tied in a panic, and the youthful commander obtained a bloodless victory.—
•'l.tunsdeii of tlie CJuides."
A  Stroke of  I-'o:*t lino-.
"Yes," said Mamie, "my presence of
mind is what saved me on commencement d:iy."    .
"I'.voryli,<)dy was saying you must
he an intellectual wonder," said .Maud
.•iilniiringly.
"Well, it was partly luck. When I
tied the pages of essay together, I got
them ail mix oil up. and 1 didn't discover it till 1 trot on the platform. I
was scared nearly to death. - Hut I
read straigiit'011 as if limbing had happened, and it was all fcr the best, lt
Hounded too profound for anything."--
Washington Star.
Toy In Advance.
"Stop. I-essie! What are you pounding little brother for.',!'       . ■
•T.ecnuse. innmniii. he's sure to do
something lie oughtn't to tlo-In about
two' 'minutes.."—Chicago .d.oeord.
Should, 'take, with them a supply
of Dr. Fowler's Ext. of
Wild Strawberry.
35wgJSJ|gjg!j^^^^3 Those, who intend
^"H^^f^^lf going -camping this
'MfW&d^&Wtil summer   should   take
"»?
(   isr.siiri'oundinga at the fable."
ion, nnd look at him over there
J*151-  lufroduced  lilmfo his.own  wife,
'""I  be  doesn't  know her  now.'"—I)o-
trolt 1,',-ee rrc,ss.
Ufif.PRI.IIDP lii's no ctitiiil fm»;irti shouldora
UA-oiJUiVUlllj saystnaiiogerof (lr<;unw*yfuria
flen.i*i"(  Vttr CoiiHtnai.
Mrs. Chlnner-Kruestine, my darling,
do vou expect Constant tonight''
l_'rncs!ii!0--Of course, niaiiinia. W liy.
do you IiuiuireV
Mrs. Chlnnei-If he asks you to n_.ii-
(ell him to. come and speak to
doesn't ask in'c?
ry him,
me.
l-.i-nestine—And If he
Mrs   (Jhlnne.-Tell  him  I ui coining
lo speak to kiui.-TIt-Hita
tend
s
e
with theni Dv. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry.
Qetting wot, catching cold, drinking- water that is no,t always
pure,or eatingfood that
disagrees, may bring
on an attack of Colic,
Cramps and Diarrhoea.
'Prompt, treatment
with Dr. Fowler's
Strawberry in such
cases relieves the pain,
chocks the diarrheca.
and prevents sorious
consequences. Don't
tako chances of spoiling a whole summer's
outing through neglect of putting- a bottle
of this great diarrheca' doctor in with your
(supplies. Iiitt see (bat it's the genuine
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry,
as most of thc imitations arc highly dan-
porous.
.   The Allan's new clyde built steamer
"Bavarian" 120.. (ou, twin  screw, description of which was  given   at  time
she -was himiched from Denny  & Co. 's
yards Dumbarton, has   just   completed
her trial trip which proved a great success. . J-Ier average speed for the voyage
was soveuteou and a half kuots.      This
shows her to bo perhaps   the  speediest
as well as tne largest vessel   trading to
Montreal,, in i'actlarger than themajor-
ity of steamers sailing from New York.
It also demonstrates   the fact that passengers may now make   as   good   time
via Montreal as any   oilier   route,   the
difference iu speed   being  equalized by
the shorter route, via the St. Lawrence.
The "Bavarian'" is a model of perfection as fur as safety and comfort i.s concerned.    The interior   decoration   aud
furnishings aro of  the   highest,   order;
thousands of incandescent  lamps   illuminate every part of. the boat.,, She has
superior accommodation for all   classes
of passengers.      The first cabin accommodation is situated   in   the steadiest
Aud   widest   part   of   the  ship.    The
maximum nam her of cabin, passeugeis
to bo carried is 300.     Special attention
has been'given the second cabin,   many
new features   which   will add, fo   the
comfort of   passengers,    will, now   be
found by those taking   that class, of accommodation.    In fact she  possess  all
the comforts and   conveniences'tha. delight thd heart of the   ocean   voyager.
The third class accommodation has not
lieeu-overlooked.  There is 11 nice sitting
room for women and smoking room for
the men, also   separate   rOoms for meu
aud (heir wives. >
Sho filled the want called for by
every one in regard to the fast Atlantic
service By this sfearner the passage
can be made from Winnipeg to Liverpool iu a. little over eight- days and
without tiny of the inconveniences of
transferring a leng distance from the
steamer, ii
Actor   Speak.:   Ills   Mill
on   Tlmt   Subjeet.
"The' newspapers are very, fond of
harping on the vanity of actors," said a
1 popular comedian,'who happened to be in
the city the other day, "but it isnntliiug,
I honestly believe, to the supreme self
satisfaction of the average writer. A literary ii'iaiucan always understand literary-vanity and sympathize with-it, but
he is apt to regard any other brand as
preposterous and absurd. Why, 1 was
talking to a dramatic critic the other
day, and he showed me a letter from a
pretty Veil known member of my owu
profession. 'Here's "a fellow with- a
frightful case of big head/ he exclaimed
ironically, 'and ,yet, by Jove! he can't
write three lines of decent English ^to
save his soul'.'
''Now, 1 claim that that is a fair example of tho journalistic point of view.
Tlie average professional writer is prone
to gauge folk in other lines by their liter-
m-y facility .and" is really ainused that a
chap ean-Hiifd' anything to be'vain about
an long as ho can't sliug iiik. If that
Uu't monstrous conceit. I'll eat my derby.
It is teu times worse than the poor player, who struts around like a peacock,
,but never dreams of sneering at his critic
because tho critic can't act.
"This reminds 1110, by ihe: way, of a
newspaper friend of mine in Chicago
who was sent to interview a wealthy
pork packer and came away mad as
blazes because the magnate had tried to
patronizs him. 'The ignorant chump:' h«
said bitterly. 'I'd like to see him tackle
my job!' That evening I met the pork
packer at the Calumet club, aud it seemed that he, too, was displeased over the
encounter. 'Lie's a very impudent whip-
persiiapper,' he remarked in describing
the reporter., 'I'll bet he ain't got sense
enough to trim a side of meat!'
"interesting     exhibit     of     criterious,
wasn't ir?"'—New  Orleans Times-Deino-
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tongue f Ib.ve you an unpleasant taste in
the mouth V Deed your headache, and
hove you d zziutss? Jr so, your stonmch
Is out- of oilier, an I yen need medicine.
But you do nor. like medicine. He Bant
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Bcc-nnae.    Xext  Qiif;stloiicr!
"Why cannot women be taught to
step eft" a carV" ii-sks a eorresjiondent
cf (lie New York World. They can.
Next questioner!—Hoston Globe.
Why will not women be lanirht bow
to step off a oar?—Cincinnati Times-
Star. 	
THI-: linsr rf)i"lT[;Ait LML1_ —The
pill is fie must p -pillar ol all forms of
medicine, fttul oi'-jidH 'he mo t pipular
are Panueloe's Vt^o:.tbl- Pill.;'.beuiusj
they.'do wji it it is n.orrle.l I'-hey can'do,
anil ;aro.-:e'Q6 pti". forward o -tiny Uotitious
claims' to 'exeiiJIeiico. 'J'hay. uro compact
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do not nauseate nor {rripo. and they give
relief in the most stubborn ca-e.*;.
Acuo in modn (tnjr.
XJ:wWi I no   I
M for Minard's aud tate jo otber.
A. <_Jri"« Opinion.
,  "Is young Mr. Wlllinffham rich?"
"I'm afraid not. lie drosses just as
If he thought it necessary to make a
line appearance."—Chicago Times-1Ier-
tihl.      . - ■ -   ' ;
TTf fTDVTTS"P—Hi't'Oinuiendett by stockman as
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is the kind that housekeepers who want only the
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in pound and two-pound
tin cans, it comes into
the home with all its natural aroma and strength.
Protected by our Seal,
the consumer, knows that
its purity and strength
have been untampered
with. Your grocer sells
this kind, but be sure our
seal and name is on the
can you buy. agM
Ban.om,
W.   If    V.     230
Mr. l-'iir.voniir (about to engage new
coachman)— Yes, you look as if you
will suit. But 1 should like to know
something about thc people you lived
with last.
Applicant (eagerly)—Tbey were- real
swells; sir, and it' you want lo get Into
some good society, sir, I'll introduce
you to iheui, sir.—Judy.
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Uiidoliijf of Julius CiDSiir.  ��� One clay when Oresar was leaning  up against a wooden Indian in front  of Brutus' cigar, store, half way  between the Fr-rum and the' republican central committee headquarlcrs,  be waa accosted hy a bunko siecrcr  with a green grip and the finest set of  lilacs that over pplit the bree;:e,  '"Hello/' said   Ihe   bunko  strccrcr,  .'haven't 3 -seen you before?*1  ''I don't think   you   havo,   Jo  Jo,"  said Caesar,   who   was  dead on.'   *'J  never was in tlie penitentiary  myself,  and if lever saw   you   outside of  the  rbastile it's a  mighty   good   thing  for  ���you I wasn't a policeman.    You   look  a good deal liko a  local  option  scnti-  o   nient   in   a    German    village.   How  much will you take   for   a   slip  from  "    that foilage plant on your face to seed  my lawn with?"    Caesar   was one  of  the greatest joshers iu  Homo at  the  time, and it tickled   him   to   guy  the  rube, althoughhe savvied his graft all  the while.  The bunko man pretended , not to  t notice that he was a joijh mark and  dropped his grip on the sidewalk.  ���'Ain't you Polonius > Appleseedus,  from over at Pompey's Crossing?"'he  asked. He didn't know Caesar from a  fever blister, but he thought bo might  make the graft stick.  Caesar enjoyed tho whole thing  moie than a Judy show, "ivot on  your little red shawl," said he. I'm  the ice man. You're on the wrone  sidetrack, uncle. You'd better con-  oull an oculist. Here's an egg that  ���some chicken laid in your hair," he  said, > handing tho bunko man  ' un egg that he carried round to  use iu slight of hand tricks that he  frequently did lor thc "boys.  The bunko man saw that he had  0truck a dead game sport and passed  on. Caesar went into the cigar store-'  "See me jolly the rube?" he said,  dropping a nickel in the slot ami win,  ning a handful of perfectos.  Brutus laughed fit to kill, nnd put  tiiioTlicr handful of stogies into (he  pu I'eclo box.  ���'��� While you weic loilyjug the easy  mi'rk," he snici, *:he 1 one lied you for  yot-.r watch."  Caesar looked down and saw that  -: t waa so,  History does uot record what he  fcaid, but it was hot stuff.  Outside Orders Given btrlct Attention.  DORA     &   BKEMNBR  Are cutting 200 cords of  wood to supply the, town  of Moyie. All lengths at  Reason_ible prices,  LEWIS THOMSON.  Kotai-y Public, Accountant, Cosimissiosj" AND  Insurance Agent.  Moyie, B. O.  Wholesale  and  T*ft  * !V_  SAW AW PLANING MILL,  -.--^������^ ^,���'i-mr.T.i>���r��i nr  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber Sash,  Boors and Shingles. r.  SHOPS ' AT  W. P.- aUHD, B.  O. L.  ijAnu-iex-Eii, 8or,rciroK, ei-o'.  Pernio, Fort Steele  Cranbrook Moyie Wardner  MOi'IE,    B. C.  von rnicKt? appw oh wuirt-  Ot, R. MUIR, M&r.  BEST   1ST   THE   WORLD^-^a^-  CRANBROOK,  MOYI  Y171  j3.  0*  B. 0.  Ts  n  btuh  "" ft  Assayer and  Metallurgist.  OK/VNIUtOOK.  U. C.  G. R. LEASK  Lute of Toronto.  Contractor auti Builder.  TLAXS     AND   SPEOIFCATIONS  T-VKNISIIED PJIEK OF'CIIAKGli  Thoso Contoraplatirg- lmiidin? will do ivull to  let^inc fiL'iire 011 tno contracts.   Write'mc at  1 MOYIE aiid CRANBROOS,  wriwiuiiiLjiM-iaiiwKuiwacuiauartwMMiHWfiPiwwwin-g j iti   ���-| n riinwiiii 1 inn j  McVittie & Hutchison,  * t  Fire and Life assurance. Min-    ,  1 o  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  Conyej-'ancerfl, and Notaries  Public.        -       ��� ���    ,   '  r  Leave Onlcrs at   _Londer  Ofllce, MOX1K.  ���' _  Z��m___!  osssssasaeas,  ^aMerl-sfo��!^^  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order. "������'  R, A. SMITH,     , Moyie.  MOVIE   CLOTHING   CO.'S   STORE.  5^-  Is   the only sticky   fly  paper made. Wo'sell  it  ,..   and  ofler 110 substitute.  Fly poison, Felts, Insect  Powder,  aud all   thiuga  hocessary   to make   life  worth living.  HOPE & BEATTIE,  JIOYIE. B. C      ,  -O-  Fort Steele Brewing Co?s  LAGER BEER.  -0-  Why?   Because It has the Pure  Malt Flavor.  FORT STEELE, B. C.  (CITIZEN   OF CANADA)  LAUNDRY.  Wash,  Iron \-ind   Darn   First  Class.  Prices cheaper than anybody.  When in  Crangrook  Call ' at the  PIONEER  HARDWARE STORE  The1 only  house   in   East  Kootonay   ^  heated throughout with hotair. "��  First claaa iu   every' respect.    Special    \  rates to boardera.    Good sample  room  for_aominercial men.  K  Paper Hangers,  FRANK BOESEN,  Contractor    and ,  Builder.  Estimates   Furnished    on  all Kinds of Work.  Furniture made to order.  -MOYIE, H. c.  And see the largest stock iu  East ��� Kootenay. We have  everything you require iu  shelf and builder's hardware,  paints, oils, glass, stoves and  tinware. Tiushop in connection.  THE-  COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL.  European plan.    Open day and night.  ��� ����� -���  SMALL <tt MF'fOK.VVi;._lToi>a.  ���J!  _..  -.*- .-���.#,�� ,������^. .  f CRANBROOK, -'-   B. Ck  ..r:-/_v.v x-.  '.-f.v.'.-.-s  .-... # rf..Jt. /  ' .IV  .���t-f~.  Q. H. MINER, Prop.,   OuAXBKook.  .���.loflttrii Work.   Estimates Furuisheil.  Dealers in "Wall Pajicr and Mouldiii^s.  If you intend  to paper  or paint your  ijtlildiiif,'' let 119 ilgrure on your contract.  GEO. W.HALE,  BOAT BUILDER.     ���  j3<_>*a.t.s,       Canoes,  i -  To order or in stock.  I'. O. Box 605., NELSON,  1J.  C.  NEW JEWELRY  STORE.  High grade   watclies   a -spec- '  ialty.    A nice Hue of engagement    and    wedding    rings,1  " broaches, blouse  sets,   brace- ���  lets, chains,, etc. , Orders  by      -*  mail    solicited.      All    work  and goods guaranteed to givo  satisfaction.  W. F. TATE,  Csanxjeook, B. C. JEWELER.  A FULL LINE OF  CRANBROOK.   B.  C.  Drygoods, Oents' Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware,  Groceries, Flour, Hay and Oats.    /  Lkttkr orders promptly attendkd to  VR1CES    RIGHT.  CRANBROOK and MOYIE.  XtAE    MASV    BEAUTXK3     OK    .-.lOl'TB.  (��J. A, O'Furrell. iu Vancouver World.)    .  Movie  has tlie  lovliost  location   of  any   town  in   the   Kootenays.    For a  ihonstindyearts'the praises of Killarney  n:i "'JiHrtuty'd home"   liave  been  sung  by the poets and   troubadours   and   m  ��� .r.ler uge.-s thcitr will   bo   poets   galore'  i'j .-��ing tbo pr.u't"-- and the beauties u  Moyi.- hike-.   It   jd on]v 10 mih> irom  ihe cn.l of-iltp upp.'r to the end of  Hie  lower lake; but while being wafted over  Ihe.-^e walera you gazd on scenes of eu-  ''h.iMtmcnt that bailie du-icriptiun   and  lill the mind with wonder and delight.  11.* phoies are  hctt\i!tg.   rolling,   gloii- j  oim   mijiini.iins, wiien-im   arc-   .till   (u I  ne  -ten  ii  it'  gi'.ind    jiriim.-v.il   lori-stb 1  tii.it cover every t-.lopi;   uud   en-nt   ;uui '  ���Miiiinit.    Midway. 01 at the   iiafrowd,  tlie* in-iuutuiu.- to (he eaht ami woft of  iii '  'lie i.-'l:eh txitiui ,-iiiiin.-'!. eione   U;ireiher, I  i  and    here   i,lu;   rih.idowf'   of   frowning I  mouni-iinn itie   iellri.-1-d    1:1 ihe   djnk,i  dot p waLei's.    To the   -<>!tlh   ,uid   cunt j  of the narrow.1-: is ,-i   .-triij (if   low   '.mil, |  lesti than __00 acrtiH iu   cxleiii.   blojn'ng ,'  gently   from    tiie    mount.tin*    to   the  lake where it is broadest.    Tin's is  the  riite-of the infant city ol Moyie. There  is no lovlier spot   on   the   continent,  and    ihe   Canadian     Pacific    railway  should build one of Hair lovely tourist  hotels at this spot     Until a few   years  ag-i    none   but   the    Indian    or    (ho  hunter alter  game or   gold   knew   of  Moyio'b lovely hikes.    They   were   be-  yotnl the thought or ken of   the   busy  world.    13ut their lovh'neda   ami   isula-  tiiui aie gone forever.    The cars of the  mvi-.i. Canadian Taeiflo railroad  rattle  =ilong these  shores   today,  and  wake  the echoes   that   have   been  dormant  these' count"!obh ages. *���',.'.  ��?l 15SC1.IRE   'FO.lt. THE   LEAUEJl  To be classed as "first water," a diamond must be absolutely white and free  from flaws. It must also be perfectly  cut, with every facet it; correct proportion and angle, and have clear cut  edges at the girdle���otherwise - brilliancy is lost. Kirks' specialty is "first  water" diamonds. The economy of their  enormous purchases enables them to  bell Birk.' Quality Diamond, for less  than what is usually asked for lower  grades.  Every piece sold is subject to return  if not satisfactory.  Write for illustrated catalogue.  rjEHAiiTMrHTa.  Diamonds  Sterling Silver  Silver Plate  Watches, etc.  Henry B.rks& Soils  BIRKS' BUILDING  MONTREAL.  MOYIE,    EAST'KOOTENAY, 8. C-  The above hotel is  neatly  furnished.  Board $5.00 per week  Per day $LQ0 and up.  Tho bar is supplied with  tiie best brands of Liquors and Cigars   THE   LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shop.  Corner Victoria at.   and Queen's ave.  W. A. HA_M.I__.TON, Prop.  nn  o  Ui  BREWERY.  IN        KEGS  AND  BOTTLES.  -BKEWKKS   OF���  i   FINE LAGER   BEER  | AND PORTER ....  J. P. LaRondk. -        w, is.  ...tRoN-nic.  LARONDE   BROS.   *  ���  Are now carrying the largest and best  iissortcd stock of American. English  and Canadian chewing and smoking  tobaccos, cigarettes, oigarrf, pipes, etc.  AImj a neat and weli aatnii'ted Block  of confectionery, etc.  J. P. LaRonde,  i Agent.    f<n    Dominion    T'.xpreris      Co.  I Kxpiva.*; money orders   for   Bale   here.  Jewellers to His Excellency  the Earl of Mluto.  I  .M O VI10.  <Jtmoii.M* avoiuio  Steele Mercantile  COMPANY, (umitsd.)  CANADIAN PACIFIC  EAILWAY  The daily service between  Atlantic    and    Pacific  by thc.  IMPERIAL LIMITED  Now Fast Daily Service.  With oxp/cas connecting service  U;  and   from  the ....  KOOTENAY      OOOTTET  Makes'Lime un   t q.-ilt d  East and West  Through first class sleeper daily  to and from Kootenay Landing. Tourist ears pass Medicine Hat daily foi  St. Paul, Fridays for Montreal and  Bortton, Sundays aud Wednesdays foi  Toronto.  Oiiderb Promptly attesdeu-x-o.  R. Rie terer and Co., Props.  NELSON, B.G,  FOR FINE  i  B��  1'lllt.NE  ".  AS^AIEK9  We eart-y complete lines of  Toronto  Now Vork  Vancouver  EAST  8:*ir,lve.  II118.  7��  4.1  -TO���  mis.  Montreal 80  M'lnuipcff 30  Victor..*        49  f*  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  ���Everything-  in'the'Printing.  Line at the  Dry G-oods,  Groceries,  Hardware.  A'MVWOfiESAI.K.  Craiibi-ouk-  -fort Kteute    ���   Win-dncr.  DALhY   TUA1N.  WEST  ....MOVIE lve. 18:15  Train east makes close connection  with "Imperial Limited" at Medicine  Hat for all points East and South-  bast.  Train wesL makes closo connection  at kootenay Landing ioV all yf^  Kootenay points, also J?aoillc oqi^t  and Maid Line points via.  EeyphfcQkey  Aviily for Bates, Maps, Time Oarjl��,'T|o_n.tH ftijd  , * ull luformation to Neurost J-ocftl "  A(feut, or  6- A. pow, Agent, (Vloyolle.  K0B1KT    KEJtM,    Traffic Manager,  WINNIPEG.  W.K. ANl-.ERriON, J_. J. coXMi,  T. P. A. N.lsoh;       A. G; I'i a:. Vttacover   j  ��)HffiO(CJJ!fjjl-S,ifllj_.S.>  TbaL is what we nell. We carry even-  tiling in that line, roth .staple ami  fancy. Our stock i.i Ihe largest m  Nelfcon; our prices t,ho lowest; our  gootln the bopt. Special attenl'lon t<.  mail orders. Write us. ���  i,  Try Three Star Klour.  M. DesBrisay & Co.,  Alli:iO>j;i;.y  lii.fjCK.  NELSON", I!. I1  MERCHANT TAILOR,  CRANBROOK;  Repairing Neatly and Promptly Ex.  ecuted. Special Attention Given  to Mail Orders.  Suitfsj   Made  to   Order.  ���_^^.^?^5  *<~fS-���:=_i<=-i4_i^��:-c���'������  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  By S-jniliiiff Your yv'ork To tlio  Lake Shore Lamidry.  j .PiriLll' CONRAD, Pitor.  CJOOl; WOK1C. I'KICEd  KBASOJ. 4P^  Oolom 1 hits become .u.oVvr:  m$.  tjBBtffmmtBiffiWSS)

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