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The Moyie Leader Oct 17, 1908

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 l-xise coitii  /4  -;y  if Q  ���iZjJ^'r '  / ���-       *~       y       ,'  ���v- - -   *������  /y ^ "-^-'x^s"'  ���~<    *w  -  -  7  -"  _/ ���   I *��.+  f     'v.- 1v��WJ'", /y*  |nKA��QUARTBRS F0R  SOUVENIRS  f. H. WILSON, Jeweler,  CRANBROOK.  nEABAfUPS^l-RKD  or?, glasses ro it  W. K. VVILSCN, (H.ician  CRANBROOK.  .I IX NO, 28  MOYIE, B. ,C, OCTOBER 17   1903.  [ilverware knd Jewellery        z  ' *' < . * i " ', '  To our - already immense stock of general mer-  ��� oiiandise we have added a nice stock'of "TRIPLE  PLATE. SILVERWARE", guarauteed for ten  years,' also.a big stock of jewellery consisting of  Gold Rings for Men, Women and Children, Cuff  - buttons, Emblem buttons and > Charms, Lockets,  Fobs'! '-Vest Chains, Neck ,'Chains,i Lorgnette  Chains, Scarf Pins etc.   ,,   ,      ���     ' ' '     -  " I <ii w  Forty pieces -will be given away FREE.   For par-  ���jaculars see our show window.-' '<  FOR.QUAUTY ;: b  lars,  Tx)ba��c6s,    Confectionery  tRELL BLOCK  -? ,,-1-^ -'.     .4 <��� -   r; ,,. '*'",  i��b'TRUIT,bETC5'/; b  '  "-' y- -- A  -y,~v ?('-' 3 -r!j,'r,'^Tr. V  -J1,  J'i'  MOYIE ,  ���%*-:.  f..''r.- -7  Beale &  .rire,_Iiife  >hm ���y ���    % 3b-'  ibookAV ���'^' A"  ancj! Accident Ii_ surance.��'< b  ^yy-:7:; ^VMOYDtBrC*  |        LOCAL ASSAYS |  g����������������3>_����������3��*��������9a����g-  N. W. Burdett left for Trail yesterday.    ,3 (  IC Mi Calder ;was a Cranbrook  visitor last Saturday. ,   <"  Dan,Mcintosh was a Cranbrook  visitor Wednesday.  Editor Smyth left Wednesday  for^a week's visit tb coast cities.  - Young   woman     wants    work  daily.* Apply ' at   Moyie' Leader  office! , '     A'   '    .,  ,, Harry Dimock' returned ' from  a' business, ,trip to. Cranbrook,  Thursday.' v       " ,     , *  \ .Walter,, and GuyT Watkins returned from- a visit to the Spo-  kane fair. s-.    * 3  * LAaNDRYr-rLatindry,,, ' work  done by-Mrs. Thos. Crooks 3at her  home on.Lake.street, ��� '    '   '  J2A YEAR  LOOKS; UQOD TO HIM |��������������*��9m������b  GENERAL FLOAT   '"$  Mavok McDos-ald Much Pleased  With'Thr Appearance op  Tad1 Ac. bob a.'        ���    ���  , O; A.' McKay ,b the. well-known  Moyie mining ��� man, was a Cran-  bWokvisi tor Tuesday. '""   ,  it Arrived This Week Four Car  ids of^ew'bQoods Tl'^' -'i';'^"^t:  Tb'   ' ���"4'    - u l".        * . * V '     *��� '   "   '  ,,   ,--,_ is^ ,  y-,y. ; .*    ' '   H'   ry*3     ' *���   '���  1-2 .Cars".Early/Rose and No: 1 '-AsTickoJt TWiit^"ptotg-  toes alsq{b"eets,;caryots;'Cab)iago^elc/yc"A, -A' A"--  i Car'o'L-'Callar^^Iilling'Co'i Hungarian ' Fl^ur  a.nd wheat,"'bran!.i,oa1.sl\chbr>s etc!- '-b/-A"';3- %"�����'- �����, "b  :1 Car NoVi-Tiiiotliy Hay:;!-- a'*. -/ ,>;,-'" A '"''-A^-^b' '  -^  i_QraSIKS2SS��3CS^ar3KJEli2K_tl._  '      ,   '"v- b   W^TOECbb   .'t\v. W*>t^  Your Own Store Grow  Good fresli* goods can always be Had'at the  [oyie Co-Operatiye Association, Ltd  Ai fresh-shipment to arrive in a day or two -  ur -  Come in'and see our stock and get  prices '  and you \vili sure-deal with "us. . ,We do  the largest gr.fi.eary,business h)..fh.e  town.  JFuJ^ measure'.and weight always given.  'J^stjaUe^tion-svili be given your orders. '  .HTION MEN, UNION GOODS.  ^rfurft_j_!�� ita_rfc___rfa__rfzj4rj-*r-x*r__r_xjfurtt_rftsJr j^rjJr_3A��_rfz.i&t:i��iL_rir j%  MOYIE'S   "LEADING, HOTEL.' -     r$  Hotel Kootenay  !  Tiie test of accoHiaioda4i<_fi-s  for the Traveling ?Mk>  i       *  |Largo and Commodious Sample Rooma. .Billiard Hoopas.     [  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. . j  HAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW is heavy  in Is. We've got the goods to make a man warm, and  m�� warm. 20th CENTURY CLOTHING in  lest cuts. Fine Overcoats and Vests. Stanfield's  all wool Underwear.  ��� E IN AND .GET A COMPLETE EIT ;0UT.  ���_Ca.��  THE   FURNISHER  .^Mff^��N��tMMmC9eMMM��N��M��_tMO  Imperial Bant of Canada, j  Capital  AufcborizeJ-v--v----*'"r"$10I000,000. |  Capital paid up������.-.���^------.-"^4,925,000. |  RBat���������������---���-r*��� ������������������4,9 25JO00. |  Savings bank 4ep^rtmeiit.   | I  ^Interestallowed on deposits from  date   of  deposits   and S  jedited  quarterly.                                   A g  jRANBROOK BRANCH. 1  J, F."M,,PINKHAM, Manager. |  , Harold,Chapman 'went tjbs Cran-  broolcTuesday to4attend'a meefc-  .  .    ,-     ..1^. ,q     -        i     -  ing���of,the Masonic lodge.  Harry^Whifco, .customs collector,  at'Cranbrook,*-was in1' Moyie. between trains yesterday.  .' Mry. V. J. -Campbell   and rson,  leffc.fbr 8eattle,c Monday "to visit  Mrs'Campbell's mother. .    " *     "  ^"- ~" .\  * ' . '   s , i  . Stein" Cohsor  went to , Hosmer  yesterday'to look after  his business interests in that town.  .    '  i, Miss Hall, of the Cranbrook public schools, visited Moyie for a few  days, returning last Sunday.     ,  There was*"'a slight .fall of the  peautif ul" la^tWedaes Jay morning, the second of the season. ",f ��� '  -' E. El well, of the; flnoj' of Beale  <fe El well/ Cr^nbrbpk, w^,e a business ,vis'i toFln-Moyie 'Mondayv'A'1.,  -" J. McTavish"sind'wife returned  Sunday from la b several/ months'-  visit with-his-parente at Clinton,  Iowa> --    *���"-"*''_���"',A.  "~"'   "  ��� The Moyie Telephone & Electric  Light. Company held their regular  monthly meeting last Wednesday  nights.   - ',  Rev. Hughes, of Cranbrook, delivered a lecture on local'option  in the Methodist church Thursday  night.    f  , There"aro at present 84 patients  in the Cranbrook hospital. A  majority . being confined - with  typhoid fever. '  A. J. Dandur&nd left here Monday for Field 3. O. where he has  accepted a position at the new  C. JP.-B. tunneL  James .Cronin, formerly manager of the St. Eiigene mine, is developing properties in the Babine  range near Hazelton,.. ?  FURNISHED ROOMS���Nicely  furnished rooms with- or without  board in Conrad block; next to  drug store. , Mrs. Laura Woods.'  "The Christ for Men," will be  the subject at the Methodist  church ' Sunday evening. Everybody welcome. Rev. R. E. Colhs,  B. A., pastor.  Thos. Calon has received word  from "Monty" Howe, formerly  of this town, but now of Rawhide, Neyada thattye is recovering  from an aggravated attack ot  typhoid fever.  A diploma of special merit for a  mining exhibit was awarded to  the Black Horse Mine ia the Coeur  d'Alanes at the Spokane fair. A  number of Moyie people are interested in this mine.  Calder Bros, have the contract  to erect the new M*cEachern  ii McDonald warehouse. The  building will be two stories 20x40  feet and will be an addition to  their present quarters.  N..C. Macdonald, of Nelson, representative of the Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada, was in Moyie  this week calling on local dealers.  He reports business , as being exceeding!}'good in his line.  An afternoon tea was given at  the residence of M rs. B. E. Taylor.  , Tuesday, in honor of Mrs. Taylor's  'mother, Mrs. R. Dudley, of Fernie.  A pleasant time  was  had by all  who  had  the pleasure  of   being  (From the Kosslmd Miner.)      .  Mayor McDonald, during his recent electioneering/ tour in East  Kootenay with'A.' S/Goodeve, the  Conservative J candidate,   visited  the   Aurora   property at Moyie.  ���He says that the Aurora is a most  promising looking' property, and  judging from the excellent surface  indications and-, the  ore  already  uncovered, it has:t_ie makings of  a mine.;;, In the .fi^ee of the long  drift tunnel driven on the main  ledge there is two arid a half feet'of  high-grade galena. In other places  the ledge, is fas high as six feet  wide-of concentrating ore.. The  j intention 'of "the company, which  . is made up principally'* of "practical, miners, is to install arcompressor  plant and ',useu'power drills.  When this "is 'done the (work can  bVcarried on to. much greater advantage " than hi'clvertp"' by hand.  The ledge of 'tlie'Aur.ora. he aays,-  is <unddub��tedly. the,, extension of  the.St.'.Eugehe'ledj_e on the opposite side "of L*ike'fMoyie. - It runs  in ~the   same direction   and-will  probably be found* in ,time under  the lake., "It looks, to me," concluded  "���Mayor  "McDonald,^ "as  though ther'Aurora",has. the makings of a flrst'-class mine." .  to  %  A $12,000 hockey rink will be  built in Nelson. The money has  been subscribed.  A lone holdup man secured a  total of $150 in one night's work  at Fernie last Tuesday night.   No  ciew.      ���  -       :- V  Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere,  formerly governor-general of British Columbia; -is 'serio'uly ill at  Quebec.      -      /I! ��� ',  John Houston,.editor Prince Rupert Empire, is engaged in an arduous endeavor to keep the rnew  terminal cicy "dry."  Mrs Langtry's horse; "Yen Toi,"  won the , Czarewitch " stakes at  Newmarket on Wednesday., The  stakes were worth $100,000.     - ','  "i*  i  Call  in ,and sec orur stock  Stoves and -Ranges. \\76 "have'  fine line for wood or,,coal ran  ing in price from"?3.00 np.   '  of  a  Concert and* Supper *  The regular anniversary services  of the^ Methodi3t:{.church/will be,  held on No.yember!il5th arid lflbh.'  Further barinouncemeiits - will be  made^as to whb^willbcoriduct the  Snnday'services. ��','OihTVIpnday evening, ^thec 13bhtb"there ' will ber -  grsndconcertand supper.'  a .''" "'���'' "*"���>������' * y *  iy bCliurcS ���!_. odcjart.  {. -" ,V:" '*'���:���   <i:x'''r'  'will       I'M   *iuJ>.jl*Wl.k��ul.t.jm.,.     j._ ,\ i  Altar So-  Many of the'H'indus at Vancouver, are-about starving on'one  meal a day/and with'cold weather  opproaching, are in Very desperate  straits,, - ^ " ',        .    . / n ,  r ^    1^.   ���.        .^ < ^  The 'Harmsworths of.' London,  publishers of the * London .Times,  Daily Mail and other'newspapers,  are buying 150 sections of timber-  limits on' Vancouver Island', 35  sections , having , already been  bought in Quatsino district.    <������  MacEachern '& Macdonald  CRESTON LAND SALE  A, party of immigrants from  Washington have located in the  vicinity of. Salmon Arm. . Their>  journey across land' was an interesting one and. attracted widespread ac��entiont,because of^the  character, of their'equipment.    -  -, Half a million dollars for wharves and tracts along Burrard In-  let,��and; $1",000,000 ''for;yardage  facilities on" the' south' and' east  sides of .False creek1, is tlae program of the. Great Northern" rail-  way for work on "terminals at  Vancouver in the near future.   '  t c.  * *   ���*��^-J'p**> �� *imt*t- t.r% (u. ^*, afc,,^  >iJ]- ���  b The Catholic-Ladies  ctety will, giye?-a- concert and social in Morley hall November 11.  The musical numbers  will  be in  charge of Mrs. H.*Steuart,>Irs. E. i    .. T_  _ ,   .  '����  -r  -im ....  j ence at Vancouver.  Patreqiuu,. Mrs. Jas.* -;\>rhitehead,  and Mrs. .A- P- Macdonald. Refreshments vwill be served following the pfGgiram The ladies ot  tho Altar Society intend to make  this one of the social' and musical  events of the seaeon.  C. M.-Hays,' president of the GJ-.  T.-P. railway, and Hon. J. F. Fulton, "chief "commissioner 'of"'lands  | and works, recently had a confer-  At the conclusion of the conference it was  announced thai the sale of lots at  Prince Rupert will not take place  till next spring.  The*Sat.,e  of r Government  Fuuit  t-     Lands Most Successful. ,  V '-' Big Crowd". '  METAL   MARKET.  NeWjYork���Bar silver, 52 cU.  Lead $4.75. -"       Copper, 13 cts. 1  London���Lead, ��13, 7g 0(1  Prestjy terian Church. ���"  ���= There-will be services in the ���  Presbyterian church Sunday e^e-;  ningiat-7:,30, subject "N-tces^ifv ���  of the New Birth." by the pascor, .  Rev.'Thos.' Paten. Mr/ J. Thom  will "&ing.   " '   '. *". .  The Sunday^School will,also b��, '  resuaied the.same d.vy at 3:30.- A.U'  children not .otherwise engaged uac  that hour  -will *~be heartily wel-'  corned.' A-    . *       -  Laid to Rest.  present.  delightful Party.  r  /On Wednesday evening of this  week a delightful party Was given  at' the residence of Mr3. Ferris in  honor of hei\ daughter, Mrs. A. F.  Sherman, .of Mojson, Wash., who  has been visiting in Moyie. There  was a large number of invited  guests present. ' Dancing and card  games were indulged in and dainty  refreshments " were served. A  pleasing feature of the evening's  enjoyment was the musical pro  gram rendered by Miss Georgie  Desaulnier, Miss Lois Gamble aud  Messrs. Edward Desauluier^ and  M. Cook. After spending a most  enjoyable and pleasant evening  the guests retired to their homes  votiug Mrs. Ferris a grand entertainer.  Catholic Church.  Reverend Father McCullough,-0.  M. I., of Fernie, former parish  priest of Roseland, will be in Moyie  on the 18fch of November, and  will preach a retreat of four days  in the Roman Catholic church.  The order of the services will be  given iu a later issue of the  Leader.  New Street Grading.  Rev. Paten Reception.  The reception given iu honor of  Rev. Thos. Paten at the Presbyterian church Kst Tuesday night  was a most enjoyable and successful affair. There was a goodly  number of Moyie citizens who attended the reception to wolcome  Rev. Paten in his new field of  church work. Addresses, were  made by Rev. Paten and Mr. Sow-  erbut-S. Refreshments were served and all heartilyipartook of  the good things to ieat. The following musical program was rendered and was highly appreciated  by those present: ^The White  Squall," sung by James Thorn;  'Bonny Blue," sung by Miss Lois  Gamble; "Bonny Bine Bells of Scotland, violin solo by M. Cook; "Four  Sailors," sung iby Thomas S^wer-  bufcts; "Ora Pronobis," sung by  Mrs. Wallace.  Work of gradmg the several  new streets in Moyie by the government is progressing very satisfactorily to the citizens of this  town. There are 8 or 9 men continually employed on the improvements. The work on Government  and Campbell streets is about finished and is an excellent job. The  grade for sidewalks on Tavistock  street is progressing and w*'Il be  ready for work on same in a few  days. After finishing the uptown  streets the force of men will move  down town and will build several  new sidewalks and repair the ones  now in use. The government will  spend about $3,000 on these improvements and after they are  through with work Moyie will  have streets and sidewalks the  equal to any town of its size in the  province. The work is in charge  of John Reid, provincial government road foreman.  There were about 500 prospective-buyers from all parts of North  America on the . ground Wednesday when the auctioneer announced 215 blocks of government  fruit lands for sale at Creston.  .  The hotels were overflowed with  visitors but the citizens generously threw open , all their available  private' apartments for the benefit of, the "vast throng.   ''b,-  - Out oi'��>2_5  blocks only 34 were  disposed of'at the first afternoon's  sale.   The   sale   continued Wed  nesday  night. p Thursday    morn  ing the s=ale wa3 resumed and the  bidding was brisker than the previous day. On the first day Creston  people   outbid  the   visitors,"   one,  block bringing as high as $150 an  acre.    But the next day the visitors  caught on aud  bidding became very lively, most of the laud  being disposed of at good prices,  one block selling forr$300 per acre  bid   in   by a   Creston  man.    By  Friday the auctioneer expected to  sell off the remaining blocks.  This was the most successful  government fruit land sale= that  ever took place in British Columbia from a financial standpoint  and means wonders for the grojvth  and prosperity of Cresfcou which I On Wednesday morning thoret  has already caught the boom occurred at the M >tho lisc churei  spirit. -      j the  mirriage of Mr. R,ob��rc S m-  The funeral of  A'berfc  L-Ijen-  burg, who   was kifle-.   by f-iJfing  I ground ia  Che Ss,*Ei^ne' mine  1 last Friday week,   took "p! <ce~U��c  Sunday afternoon.    The   funpr^l  services were held  in th<^ Pre^b^-.  terian cburch, Mr. Thomas S iwer-,  butts   officiating.    There   was   a ���  very large attendance and in tho  funeral procession to the grave ia  Moyie   cemetery, besides   others,,  were about two hundred mamberj  of   the   Miners*  Union   and' the  Scandinavian S iciety. -  Sanday-Deason  There were a number of Moyie  citizens in attendance at the sale,  hut as far as we could learn none  of them secured any of the land.  Among whom were ft. Campbell,  B. Evans, E.O. Kamm, S. G. Blay-  lock, T. Kelly, Rev. Collis, Geo.  Routh, V. Desaulnier and J. Kerr.  Boxing Contest.  En j oy able Dance.  The regular, weekly dance given  by Wilson's orchestra in Morley  hall last night was a most enjoyable affair. There was quite a  large number of ladies and gentlemen present. The miasic was excellent and all had a good time.  These dances are getting more  popular as the season ac. vaupes,  The boxing tournament, held  under the auspices of the Moyie  A. A. A., was pulled off on schedule time in Morley hull last Monday night. There was a good-size  crowd in attendance to witness  the exhibition of the manly art of  self-defense, and those present  seemed to think they were getting  their money's worth. The first  event on the program was fi preliminary bout of four rounds be  tween Jim Jackson, a local man,  and Watty Denton,, a stringer.  They put up a good exhibition of  boxing which pleased the audience. The main eveiit of the  evening was a 12-rouud go between Kid Howell, of Seattle and  Sailor Wood?,. ��� formerly ; of the  British navy. Thieievent was also  a good exhibition of boxiug, and  at the end of the 12th round they  were contesting the bout so evenly  that the referee declared it a  draw. Albert Gill acted as referee and Walter B. Lung as timekeeper.  day of Moyie, and Jim II tu ia\  Deasori of D ilton, Furness, Eng.,  They were attended by .Mrs R >b-  eits, who acted as bridesm iid, an-\  Mr. William Sand iy, a brotheV of  the groom, who acted as bQst m vn.  Rev. Hughe?, of Cranbrook, performed the ceremony. Mr. and'  Mrs. Sunday left for Cranbrook  the same day for a ����hort stay.  LOCAL   ITEM3.  Subscribe for The Loader, $2 pec      ducks,,  E. L. llutt went to Spokane yes.  terday for a short via it.  Bov. Mr. Wilson, "uperinteurlent  of missions of the Presbyterian  church, was in town yesterday.  Mrs. John l.ot.b aud child of  Cranbrook is vi��ifcing wif-h her  brother and sister, Mr. P. Watson,  and Miss Agnes Watson ot' M<>yi��,  Geo. P.nksr, an oli-iimer her*,  but who has be��*n away tor soran  time, has returned and accepted  his old position at the conceu:r��t  tor.  J. H. Hiwke hn,s just ob^inecj  six thoroughbred white plyrnotiMi  rocks 'from O''estop. Mi, H._wk<)  intends to rajige , thoroughbred  .chicken's-fop the nut-pose of selling  the eggey  None of the Moyie c-mMnarenfc iq  attendance at tlie Creston land  dale brought home papers-to show  that they had seemed any of th*;  l.vnd, but many of them returned'  with   a   goodly   supply   of   wild  '/  .(.'  -''' 'a:  �����  -     'V>       a-  A"f  ,      '   ��� "V   3|  '��' T '     ' 1  >   "s    -''-. S  ���  * -'A' ;  aI  '    -�� 1 J  1    -'.iB  ,       .   y-,3*-' ,  ,   A |  "*"���.*���               v     IS  -���              -\- tt  V" ..   ."/"���  y - y, l y'l  '* 1 't *, 1  'J--ia  . ..' ���".'.,,-?_.- a  iy-. r/'-vt.- a  ��. ^ * .-i*    i    i, s m  , /f ;'   -  Nf/B  -- 'y.vf.;,.. I'-w-m  ,    ,.*ii   y-i  - -va  ***     *"   X r         f  .-, ���* ir K  i v u^  1  r         '        iilJb ���"  ...    ���  J"k,  " -������ - y, a*  m  ,. *���  syl'<   f *tef���  ���l J-.l   Lf H^|  1    q-"JkijS  f-    ?"������>&#   zit&'ivf.  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'i'-fsSk  -yHI  ' * ______  iV'   b-vll  i -V  *?A .-  A'    A.  jt T* I  V      ��� !     *  v?y.;  ���ymi ���  t-%s;:i  -Vi&iv:-  . '0^''  j&C-i-i  ���-CS:'*'-. THE  LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.   >&.  i, t  ���t   i  , i* i-���.  .A   ,.!V  ?.y  - J   ' r.*%     -"  "���V   V   r ''F  J - .-air-   -���  ...    l*  "I- x '  V    .--.1. ,1-T.        *P  -'.nA  t,  The Spoilers.  By  REX E. BEACH.'  Copyright.   1905.   by  Rer  E.   Beach.  <H,V"b *"  Jf.fc'X'  ?rr-  w,  ;��� 'A'i *���  v��,r Iff  iV?ri  r i  , r  '-..?  .la: Wi  '/.   fti-,A'w!_JTOu.  ��� >��i '',T   "Oo," whispered the old man, "that's  Cap' Stephens."  "Dextry Isn't feeling quite up to  form this'morning," replied Glenister  easily.  "Don't wonder! 'Why weren't you  aboard sooner last night? I saw yon.  'Most got left, eh? Served you right if  yon had.", Then his voice dropped to.  the confidential; "I'd advise you to cut  out those women. Don't misunderstand me. hoy. but they're a bad lot on  this i boat. I saw you come aboard.  Take my word for it, they're a had lot.  Cut 'em out. Otu'ss I'll step inside,and  see what's up with Dextry."  The girl shrank iuto her corner, gazing apprehensively at the, 'other listener. ,  ,"WelI--er���he 'isn't up yet," they  heard 'Glenister stammer. "Better  come around later."  "Nonsense! It's time he was dressed." The master's voice was gruffly  good nalured. "Hello, Dextry! Hey!  Open up fpr inspection." lie rattled  the'door. ,  There was nothing to be done. The  old miner darted nn inquiring glance  at his companion, then, at her nod,  slipped the bolt, and the captain's blue  bulk filled tlio room. '  Ills grizzled close bearded face was  genially wrinkled till he spied the  erect gray figure in the corner, w'heu  mt,';-*iv 4\-  P#t^b',  y,fa yy&by  if', Jft ',i���*'-*"i  ��� ' .r-^��-'^''l'. *  rj��*  tl'-Z   -L*l W-1' -,-c,  ���kj��V-*a^C.i;*  (Commued)  When  they  had gone, she  crouched  trtynbliug   upon   her  seat   for 'a   long  tlmei, gazing fixedly before her.' "'I'm  afraid,"  she  whispered.     "I'm   afraid.  What am I getting into?   Why do men  .look so at ine?    I'm  frightened.    Oh,  -  I'm sorry I undertook It."   At last she  rose, wearily.     The   close   eabiii   oppressed her.   She felt the need of fresh  air.     So,   turning out  the 'lights,  she  stepped forth iuto the night     Figures  , loomed'near the rail, and she slipped  . astern, screening herself behind a lifeboat, where the cool breeze fanned her  . face.  ,      The forms she had seen approached,  speaking earnestly.     Instead  of passing, they stopped ubre.ist of her,hiding  place.   Then as they began to talk she  saw, that her .retreat was cut off and'  that she must not stir. - '  "What brings "her here?"    Glenister J  was  echoing,'a   question  of Dairy's  I his cup came off involuntarily. -There  yKah!    What brings them all?    What     his courtesy ended,  however, and the  .brought tlie duchess and Cherry  Ma- 1 smile died coldly from his face.    His  eyes narrowed, and 1he good fellowship fell away, leaving him the stiff  and formal officer.        '���  "Ah,"'he said, "not feeling well, eh?  I  thought 1  had  met all:of our lady  passengers.   Introduce me, Dextry."  Dextry squlruied under his cynicism.  "Well���I���ah3didn't catch the naine  myself." '       3    '  "What?"' ' ,  "Oil, there ain't" much to say,  "This  is  the   lady  we   brought  aboard  last  night-j-thafs all."  >   ;   '  "Who gave you permission?"        ,  "Nobody.   There wasn't,time." '   -   ',  , "There wasn't'time. eh?   Which one  of you-conceived tlie novel scheme pf  stowing  away   ladies, in   your, cabin?'  Whose.Is, she?    (.uick!^ Answer, me,"  "Indignation was vibrant.'Id his vo!cev   -  "Oh.r" the girl cried, her eyes widening darkly.   ,She stood'-slim and pale,  nd slightly .trembling.   '        -        -,'   ,  lotto and all the rest?"  "No,  no,"  said the old man.    "She  ,   ain't that .kind���she's too. line, too, delicate���too pretty.".   -  ' "That's just it���too pretty! Too pretty  to be alone���or anything except what  she Is." ' ��� (,  Dextry growled "sourly. "This'country, has plumb ruined you, boy. You  think they're all'alike���an'���1 dou't  know but' they are���all but this gai.  Seems' like' she's different, somehow,  .' but i can't tell!"  Glenister*spoke''musingIy:'     "    ,  ,     "I had an ancestor who buccaneered  ' among the Indies a long time agoj so  1 I'm- toid.    Sonietinies  I   think  I  have  his disposition.     lie comes and  w:hls-  pers  things  to me Iii  the night.  - ph���  he was a devil, and I've got his bjood  in cme���^untamed  and"1 hot���I  can  hear  him,saying something now���something    ...  about   the j spoils   of   w;ar.     Ha,   ha! i a  Maybe he's right.    I fought for her'to-;  .night.  Dex-^the way he used to fight  V  ''Vufff  ���JM  fe"  M'h.  #5.tv? 3  $y*c  _;,"* "Vi  for his sweethearts along Ihe.Mexicos.  She's too' beautiful to be' good, aud  'there's 'never "a law of (Jod 'or man  'runs north of flfly'-thrce.' "y ,   ,  They moved on, his, vibrant, cynical  laughter stabbing the gir! till she-leaned against the yawl for support. '  She held herself 'together \vhile the  , blood beat 'thickly in her ears, then  fled to the. cabin, hurling, herself into  her berth, where she writhed silently,  beating tho pillow^ with hands into  which her-nails had bitten, staring the  while into the darkness 'with dry and  aching-eyes.' *  -7_.''l.'  .'l.V-',''i"  '\vr+  |yA}' .F^^|Oiybl�� ,  r        v. -, - ���t<-osimjtstriiz .-   -  .    ... V',"-  S"  '^t *j.j  CHAPTER II.    ,  IIE  awoke  to   the1 throb of  the  engines" and, gazing cautiously  , through tier stateroom window,  saw ra - glassy,  level  sea, ,-witb  the sun brightly agleam on it.  .   -  So.this was Bering? She had clothed  lt always with the mystery of her'  school-days, thinking of'it as a weep-  '--   fog bound stretch of gray waters  in,  *4  ... W  I'-'-m. ','  f-'  -.-,     * **  -. i ' >.  \\yt"H'&rJ  feJ-i.'jW'*!-;,  '���t-i. - H1-,- r<  i '>v-,*-A-'*>1S  !."4_ k'.  li  ,* J-  I        ->f  -5 "...;A-;.  ���yvyy  j. y^yti  few  ,te'.V>_t:;'-  M:i  Instead she saw a fiat, sunlit i-main  with* occasional sea parrots flapping  their fat bodies out of the ship's course.  A glistening'bead popped, up from tlie  waters abreast, aud sho heard the cry  of "Seal!" - ,     "  Dressing, tbe girl noted minutely the  personal article;! scattered about the  cabin, striving v���to derive therefrom  some fresh bint of tlie characteristics  of the ownors. First, there was tin  elaborate copper backed toilet set, al!  richly ornamenled and leather bound  The metal was magnificently hand  marked and bore Glenister's initial.- lt  spoke of elegant extravagance and  seemed-oddly out oif place in an arctic  miner's equipment, as did also a small  Bet of De Maupassant  Next slie picked up Kipling's "Seven  Seas," marked liberally, and felt that  she had struck a scent. Tbe roughness  and brutality of tlie poems had always  .chilled her, though she had ielt vaguely their splendid pulse and swing. This  . was ihe girl's first venture from a sheltered life. She had not rubbed elbows  with the world enough to find that  truth may be rough, unshaven and  garbed in homespun. The book confirmed her analysis of the junior partner.  , Tcndent from a hook was a worn  and blackened holster from which  peeped the' butt of a large Colt's revolver, showing evidence of many  years' service. It spoke mutely of the  white haired Dextry, who, before her  inspection was over, knocked at the  door, and, when she admitted hia., addressed her cautiously:  "Tho boy's down forrad, teasln' grub  out of a flunky. Ilo'li be up in a minute,   riow'tl ye sleep?"  "Very well, thank you," sho lied,  "but I've been thinking that I ought to  explain myself to you."  "Now, see here,'' the old man interjected, "there ain't no explanations  needed tilj you frv) like givin' them  up. You w.id in trouble-that's unfortunate. We help j on���that's natural. No questions asked ��� that's  Alaska."  "Yes, but I know you must think"���  "What" bothers me," the other continued irrelevantly,, "is how in blazes  we're goin' to keep you hid. The steward's got to make up this room, arid  somebody's bound to see us packin'  gruh in." . ,-    '  "I don't care who knows if thoy  won't send me back. They wouldn't  do that, would they?" She hung anxiously on his words.  "Send  you   back?    Why,   doti't  you  .savvy: that   this   boat   is   bound   for  Nome?     There ain't'no  ttirnin'   back  on   gold   stampedes,   and   this   is  Alio  wildest rush the world ever saw.   The  captain    wouldn't    turn    back.      He  couldn't.     His   cargo's   too   precious,  and  the  company  pays  $0,000 a  day  for  this   ship.     No,   we   ain't  puttin'  back to unload no stowaways at five  thousand per.    Besides, we passengers  wouldn't let him���time's too precious."  They were interrupted by the rattle of  dishes outside, and Dextry was about  to open the door when his hand wavered uncertainly above the knob, for he  heard the hearty greeting of the ship's  captain.  "Well,   well,   Glenister.   Where's   all  the breakfast going?"  His    words   had   cut 'her .bitterly,  though through it all he, had scrupulously avoided addressing her.  ' . The,rcaptain'turned to Glenister," who [  had entered and closed the door.  "Is this(youbwork? ' Is*she yours?"'  ��� "No," ( he .answered - quietly, while  Dextry chimed<-]n:-    ', y       <  " "Better hear details, captain, before  you make breaks like that We helped  the lady side step' some sailors last  night, and we most got left, doing it,  It was, up ,to hor to make a quick get-  awa3r, so we helped her aboard."  - "A poor story! What was she running away from?" lie stiil addressed  the meni ignoring her completely' till,  ..with hoarse volte, she broke in:  "You- mustn't talk about me that  wa^.'" I can answer ypu'r questions.  It's true���I ran away, '^i had to., The  sailors came of lor me and fought with  .these .men. 1 had to get away quickly,  arid  your  friends   helped ; me1 on  here,  from   gentlemanly,  kindness,   because  ihey'saw tne tinnrotec'red. Thoy tire  still protecting"1 me.'* I- can't explain  how important it is for me to- reach  Nome on thefirst boat, because it isn't  my secret* It was'important enough  to make, me lenvo my uncle at SoatUo  at an hour's notice when we found  there was uo one else who could go.  That's all I can say. 1 tookmy maid with"  me, but the sailors caught her just as  she was following me down the ship's  ladder. She had my bag of clothes  when they seized lier. I cast off the  rope and rowed ashore as fast as I  could, but they'lowered another boat  and followed me."  The captain eyed her sharply, and  his grim lines softeued a bit, for she  was clean cut and womanly and utterly out of place. He took ber In shrewdly, detail by detail, then, spoke directly  to her:  "My dear young lady, the other ships  will get there just as quickly as ours,  ma3'be more quickly. Tomorrow we  strike tho ice pack, and then it is all  a matter of luck."  -"Yes,  but the ship I left won't get  there."  At this the commander started and,  darting a great, thickifingered hand at,  her, spoke savagely:  "What's that? What ship? Which  one did you come froi��?   Answer me."  "The Ohio," sho replied, w-ith the  effect of a hand grenade. The master  glared at her.  "Tbe Ohio! Good God! You dare  to stand there and tell me that?" He  turned and poured his rage upon the  others.  "She says tlie Ohio, d'ye hear? You've  ruined me! I'll put you ln irons���all of  you.   The Ohio!"  "What d'ye mean?    What's up?"  "What's up! There's smallpox aboard  (he Ohio! Th".? girl has broken quarantine.    The healih inspectors  bottled  were maintained only by the efforts of  the passengers themselves, who held to  the thought that imprisonment and Inconvenience would last but a few days  longer. They had been aboard three  weeks, aud every heart .was aflame  with the desire to reach Nome ��� to  reach it ahead of the pressing horde  behind.  What  would   be the temper of this  .gold   frenzied   army   If, thrown   into  quatanline within sight of their goal?  The impatient hundreds 'would have to  lie packed ,in their floating prison, submitting to the foul disease.    Long they  must lie thus, til^a mouth should have'  passed after the'dlsappearance of the  last symptom.    If the disease recurred  sporadically, that might- mean endless  weeks of maddening idleness.. It might  even be impossible to Impose the necessary   restraint!    There  would   be  violence, perhaps mutiny.  ,' Tlie  fear of the sickness was nothing  to   Dextr)*   and   Glenister,   but of  their  mine   they   thought  with  terror.  What  would happen iu their absence,  nivhero conditions were as unsettled as  in this new land, where titles were held  only, by   physical   possession   of   thei  premises?    During the" long winter 'of  th'eir absence ice had held their treasure' inviolate,   but   with "(he   warming  summer tlie jewel they had fought for'  so  wearily   would   lie   naked   aud  ox-  posed  to  the iiist coiner.    The Midas  lay In the valley o,f the richest creek,  where   men,bad  schemed   and   fought  and sluity  for the right to  Inches.'    It  was the fruit of cheerless, barren years  of toil, and if ihey' coukT not guard it  they knew the result.,,    , ( ,"    ���  ,   The girl interrupted th'eir distressing  reflections.       -." - .,     '  "Don't blame these 'men, sir,"' she  begged.the captain. >' "I -am the only,  one at fault , Oh, .1 had to get away!  I-have papers here that must be delivered quickly." She, laid 'a hand upon  her bosom. "They copldn't be trusted  to the unsettled mall service.- It's almost life and death. And-1 assure  yon there1 is no need of putting me in.  quarantine. 1' haven't, ihe smallpox.'  I wasn't even.exposed to it".  '"There's nothing else to rdo.',' said  Stephens. "I'll isolate you' in the deck  smoking cabin. God knows what these  madmen 'on board will do when ihey  hear about it. though. They're, apt ,to  rir.r'you to/shr'edsA* They're crazy!" ',,  Glenister, had been thinking rapidly,  BREACH OF   PROMISE.  it  r "If you*,do that, you'lkhave mutiny  in an", hour. This isn't the crowcl to  stand that sort of/thing."  "I}ah! Let ���emitsjssit '.I'll put 'e'm  down." The, officer's square ���' jaws  clicked. > ] "i     -  "Maybe so: but what then',' XYe  reach*1 Nome and.the. health-, inspector  hours of smallpox suspects, then-we're  al^quarantined for thirty clays; 800 of  us.' We'll lie at Egg Island all, summer while your company pays' five  thousand a day for-this ship). That's  not all. The fnm is liable iii damages  for' your carelessness in letting disease   aboard."   ' ' -  "My" carelessness!"' The old man  ground his teeth.  -"< ' *  "Yes;   that's' what -it  amounts  to'.'  You'll   ruin   your   owners? "all   right.  You'll tie up your ship.and,lose your  'job.'.that's a "cinch." , '  ���''Captain Stephens wiped the moisture -from liis brow angrily.'"  r "My carelessness ! Curse^-y.ou5���yftu  say it well! ' Doiff you realize that I  am ccnninally .liable'if I don't take  every precaution:''" He paused for a  moment, considering., "I'll hand her  over to the ship's^ doctor."  "See here, now," .Glenister urged  "We'll" be in Nome in'a week���before  the young lady would have 'time to  show symptoms of the disease, even  if she were going to have it���and tt  thousand to one she hasn't been exposed and never will show" a trace of  it. Nobody knows she's, aboard but we  three. Nobody will see lier get off.  She'll stay in this'cabin which will be  just as effectual as though you isolated  her in j any. other part of the boat. Jt  will ayoid a panic���you'll save' your  ship and your company���nobody will  'be the wiser���then if the girl comes  down with smallpox, after she gets  ashoie she can go to the pest hou&e  and not jeopardize the health of all  the people aboard this ship. You go  up forrad to,-your bridge, sir, and forget that you stepped in to see "old  Bill Dextry this morning. We.ll take  can1 of this matter all right. It means  as much' to us as it does to you. We  have to be on Anvil Creek before the  ground thaws or we'll lose the Midas.,  If you make a fuss you'll minus all."  Fot some moments they watched  hint breathlessly as he frowned in indecision, then :  "You'll have to look out for thc  steward," he said, and the girl sank  to a stool, while two great tears loiled  down her cheeks. Thc captain's eyes,  softened, and his voice was gentle as  he laid  his hand on her head.'  "Don't feel hurt over what I said,  miss. You see, appearances, don't tell  much hereabouts���most of tlie pretty  ones are no good. They've fooled me  many a time, and 1 made a mistake  These men will help you through. I  can't. Then when you gel to Nome,  make your .sweetheart marry you the  day you land. You aie too far north  to he plone."  He stepped out into the passage  and  closed   the door  caiefully.  (To  be  Continued)  Manner   In  Which   the  Law  Treats  In  Different  Countries.    -  England Is the test place, from the  plaintiff's point of view, for a breach  of   promise   action.     All   oilier   countries seem  to regird  wi-l" ��,!lve sus"  picion  any  attempt  lo  recowr  monetary, compensation   for  Hie   hiss  of  a  prospective   husb.ind,   ami   unless   the  -plaintiff ba�� a u-r> "troiig case indeed  It is never worth  hm* while to carry  her,grlef into the law cmnts.  In. France biom-h of promise .cases  are rare, for the simple hmmjh that  the law' requires the plaintiff to prove  that she has stiffered pecuni.iry loss.  Now, this Is not an' ej��y thing to do  oji the part of the lady, especially In  a coutitry.where a gnl without a dot-  that Is. a marriage portion���has a poor  chance of finding a husband. Holland  and/Austria have adopted the French  system, and the le-^uli hus been about  the same. Ilreach of promise actions  are';raro, tlie Injured damsels or their  .relatives' usually taking tho law into  thelr-own hands.  Practical Germany, a-** m'Sht he ex-  pected, has perh.-ips the best method  for solving this problem. When a,  young couple' become engaged they  have to go through a public betrothal  ceremony that oti-'ht to knock all the  shynes3 out,of (hem. In thc local  town hall the pah-declare their ttffoc-  tion,"willingness to maiTy/etc, ending  by-signing a collection of documents  that apparently, leave no loophole for  escape. But if either ptlrly to the contract wishes to withdraw another journey, ds undertaken' to the town hall  and,5,anothcr collection of documents  signed,' witnessed ,'and, sealed. Then  the authorities determine the question  ���of compensatiou-should It bo claimed.  In this connection It may bo said that  -the man can aud of ten-does claim,.a  solatium 'for. his wounded 'feelings.  Tlie ustfal'award is one-fifth.'of the'  ^marriage dow.ry. It Is, easy to understand'when all ��� this is. remembered  bow loath the, young people.of Germany are ' to break, their, betrothal  oaths.    '       -    ' ' ,   ' ' '    -  '  As'the law of Italy affords little pr-  no protection' whatever to jilted dam-1  sols or swains, it is not surprising that  the stiletto should be the favorite mode  of deciding  breach  of  promise cases.  The1 Italian law'demnnds that.tiie^'er-'  son suing-for the breach shal produce  a written-promise, to , marry' from, the  defendant; otherwise the action cannot  proceed.-  This d'iiBcOlty.is almost insurmountable." and'thc  Italian judges  ,are seldom troubled to adjudicate between one time lovers.  To   bring  an   acflou   for  breach _of  'promise'of mariago against a reigning  monarch is an achievement, but it hasi.  been  done,-and   by  an   English  lady.  Miss Jenny Migliell sued tile sultan'of  Johore," 'and "as   there   was   a   doubt  whether the dusky one was actually a  'rdlgnlng monaich the case was allowed,  .to come into court, but the judge quickly disposed 'of the action by ruling It^  -inadmissible for the reason referred to,  aud Miss Mighell was, nonsuited.   ,(.  It is remarkable that one,of tho two  tactions which ha ve , .brought verdicts  for ��10,000'each to tho plaintiffs should  (have had for its defendant, the editor  of .a matriinoniaf'paper. .The second-  case was between a well known actress  .and the'eldest sou of an earl.���London'  Tit-Bits."   ' - '     '     -  "MY KIDHEYS KURT  ME ALLTHE TIE  Cin   PHls   Cured   Then*.     Frcfl  Sample Box Leads to Cure.  Onlv those who have been tortured  *i.h Kidney Trouble can appreciate bow  i\:r. Trumper suffered. Being �� i?1}1.0���  man, he was called upon lo do all kinde  of heavy work. Tho constant strain ol  iiiing, weakened the kidneys. _' <  ' 1 received the sample b<?x of Gin Pills  nr. 1 was greatly benefitted by them. W/  kidnsvs wort) in' 6uch bad condition I  could'not lift or stoop without pain._ Io  fd"t, thev pained mo nearly all thfl time.  1 have taken three boxes of Gin Pill-),  working all tho time nt heavy work flu  the raifroad and did not lose a day.  FRANK TRUMPI-R, Napanee, Ont'.  Do sharp ttfinges catch you aa ypu  stoop ? Aro you subject to Rlieuma-  t_s:n, Sciatica "or Lumbago ? I. oca your  Bidder give troublo . Take' Gin Pills  on our positive guarantee lhat they will  cure vou or money refunded, 50c a. .box  ���fifor?2.50. ' At'dealcra, or direct if you  cannot .obtain from "druggist. Sample  box free if you mention this paper.  Di'pt.N.U.,''>Taiional D*ug & Chemical  Co./Umitedj Toronto. HZ  BOY DETECTIVES.  Rastus on Trial.  Itastus wits ��n' trial for the' theft of  "n   turkey'uud  took ' tht,!. stand On  bis  own behalf.   -��� ,  "I didn't steal <uo turkey, sqtiar.    1  stoled n rail."  ���'AVeil. Uiistu.s. how did those bones  gel in your back yard"."  "They done come dar"without my  peruilshtin. nn' I 'ain't 'sponsible, Yoti  seCi'-sqii'ir.' I, wiiz, uecdlu' firewood, so  I took do rail'an' toted it <houio. an'  dor ,wnz a turkey on Jt, a great, big  rolh.h. Well. sah. what's on my Inn's  mine, an' I didn't give 'lip no lime to  run off neither, squar."  The squjre deliberated a few scci  onds. Then he said, ''Case dismissed."  --Harper's Weekly.      ,      ��� " < ���  3 ' Young    Sleuths    Find    Money   Stolen  From Tiheir School.  Smart detective work was carried  out bv three scboylboys at Newtown-  Ai-rds,'County Down. I. eland, recently.  When tlie pupil3 assembled in tht  foient.on.it wa* discovered that the  schoolhonse. which js'also . ,usedu for  Sundav Services, hud bei'ii broken into and that two linen bars, containing the offurtoiies of the l.rev.ous day,  amounting to $30 odd, wcrtj misding.  Three lad�� lequebtcd to be allowed to  assi.t in the bi-urcli for the thieves.  , Permission was granted, and aftqi  a careful investigation ��* ^*e school  grounds the boys discovered a black-  handled knife, the blade'of which was  open and pointing in the direction of  the bank of 'a canal which run adjacent to the school.' Tho dew on the  grounds enabled the boys to trace  footsteps to a vail, over which the  thieves had apparently climbed.'      -  Following, this Kn& U> the. canal  banftTlhc bovs momentarily lost fur-,  ther .indications, 'but. looking around,  1 for a while' (hey again found th����_  track, which was indicated by qom*  nettles being trampled down.,.-Pur��u-  ing this clue���they came to a corn Geld  immediately to the south ol.the Bchtfott  and here the marks were clearly defined among the corn. ",     ��    \ ^ ���.-  On cntt-r&ng the field and going a."  far as the trail indicated, the' boys  found a bottomless tin can, and imag-  *,ned that thei' hod eot on.the wrongj.  triick after all. -'I,hey rejKirtcd thei ro-,  suit of their investigations to Jlr, On",  the principal, who suggested that they  po back and examine the �������-, V"*  thev did, 'and 11 ley then noticed that  the* ground, seemed, to have, been dis-  'thrbed;      , ���'.'',.'.'  Lifting a sod,' they discovered- the-  two hags, which were, apparently In.  the same condition as, >hen takpn;  uway, ' On counting tho money JUr.*,  Orr found'that it was a few shillings  ,h��rt. �� " . , t A -. "'',,  , .The boys c?mc in for a good deal ol  praise from tfioir comrades'" *'" '������"  school. ,, .      A -  The trfni^ition from winter's cold to  summer's heat' frequently puts ,'a  ���strain-upon the system-that produces  internal complications, always painful  and often serious. A common, form  of disorder is dysentery, to which  many aie proiie in tho sprinsj and  summer. The very hest medicine to  use. in subduing'this painful ailment  is Dr. J. 1). Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial." Jt is, a standard remedy,  sold   everywhere.1 '  At- the public libiary ancitizen of  culture and p'oetic' taste asked' for'  Shelley's ��� "Prometheus "Unbound."  He was itsther taken aback when the  librarian replied withjgieat hauteur:  "We don't keep any,- unbound books  in   this   library."���Chicago   News.  Tune For Tune.     . ,  Frederick the Groat made generous  presents'to all musicians except Qute  -players. He'played the Dute remarkably well himself. A famous flutist  once asked permission to play to ,tbe  king, hoping that Frederick would  show his appreciation of .his skill by  some valuabie'gift. Frederick listened  attentively while be played a difficult  piece. "You play very well," he said,  "and I will give you a proof of my  satisfaction."  So saying he left the room. The musician waited, guessing at the probable  nature of the'J proof. Presently the  king returned with his own flute and  played the same piece. Then he bade  his visitor "Good day," saying, "I hn-ve  had the pleasure of hearing you, and it  was only fair that you -should hear  me."  Beyond   His  Aid.  A woman who had a telephone In her  apartment called up the telephone company and asked that the service bo discontinued. The man who took her message tried to be exceedingly polite.  "We.are sorry to lose you," he said.  "Are yoifdis'satisfied with anything?" '  "I am," said the woman emphatically.  "1 am very sorry," i-.ild the man.  "Perhaps wo can help you. What is It  you do not like?"  "Single blessedness," said the woman. "I am going to be married tomorrow."  "Ah," said the polite clerk, "you tire  past our aid. Goodby." ,  BABY'S OWN TABLETS ��� '   y -  ���Wilill pURE YbUR*BABY'  If ,your'Jitlle "ones .are subjqct' to  colic, Simple 'fevers;-constipation,"indigestion, worma,< or the, other minor  ailments, of , childhood, " give' ��� them  Baby's 'Own 'Tablets. This'me'dicilie  .will give lelief* Hght ;-away, making  sound, -refieshing sleep possible.-Bettor still, an occasional dose will keep  .little^ oneV jvell.,,, ,Guarantecd<'_t6 con-  tain,t.no ophite or poisonous soothing  stuff. Good for the new born baby  or the well grojvn child, Mrs/Ronald  L.-Seafield, Palmer Rapids,, Ont., says':  ���"Baby.s -Own Tablets tire the most  satisfactory, medicine " I " hav$ ever  used, and I would .not liko to'be without the Tablets iii" the house/' Sold  by .medicine dealers or by mail, at 20  cents a box from the Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  An applicant for the post of mistress in .1 country school was asked:  "What is your position with icgard  lo ihe whipping of children?" She  replied: "My usual position is on a  chair, wi',h' the child held firmly a-  cross mv knees, face downward !"-~  Technical   World."  in > the.  1 r.    .  , A��L  E : U^DER WATER.  <l  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard  remedy, and years of use have enhanced is reputation.  Many a man who climbs ter de hilltop looks mighty sinitll ter de folks  below.   ���        <   ' -  Ten cents' worth of Wilson Fly Pads  will kill more house Hies than ^hree  hundred sheets of sticky paper.  "VII i>M you in irons���all of, you." ...  up the boat at G' o'clock last night  That's why I-pulled .out of Unulaska  ahead of" time, lo avoid any possible  delay. Now we'll all be held up when  we get to Nome. Great Heavens! Do  yon realize what Uiis means���bringing  this hussy aboard'.'"  His.eyes, burned, and bis voice shook,  while the two partners stared at each  oth��r in dismay. Too well they knew  the result-of a, smallpox panic aboard  this crowded troop ship. Not only was  every ���available cabin bulging with passengers, but (he lower decks were jti-.m-  ined with, both humanity and live stock  al! in the most unsanitary conditions.  The craft, built for J00 passengers, was  carrying triple her-capacity. Men and  women were stowed away like cattle.  In the  End.  Mother llkt-cl  lust  Tl.i-oJora..  Father swore  b>   Clarlbel,  Grandma   u,t-u--il   l.i-onor.i  Or Jc-.-iririi-ttc i-r <>lse  Estelle.  Grandpa   la.'iuid   AnbulU,  Auntie  tal.k.d most  ol   Patrice,  Sister  favored  Isabella,  Brother's chok-a  lay  In  Clarice.  They  consldi-red   Vk-iana,    -  Geraldlna and  Marcelle,  Anast^jSni. Mariana. '",'''   -'-,  ��� Hortfcnse,' ICunice,  Mirabel,  Argued  Clairu.   l.eoia.   Starling,  '  Fought o'er Constance and   Elaine���  But, alack! th6 precious darling,   ,  lt Was christened Mary Jane.  ���Bohemian.  A Knotty Problem.  "It's no use." said the young man  with heavy rimmed eyeglasses. "I can't  get this political economy straight."  "What's the trouble?" asked the professor.  "I can't discover whether a lot or  people go broke because we have hard  times or whether we have haul times  because a   lot of  people go  broke."  Master���Heie���er���has my whatser-  narnc  come?  Man���Yessir.  Master���Yes���well, then, hop over  to the���cr���that club with the silly  name and tell Mr.���er���er���Thingummy I shan't be able.to fix up that^-er  --urn���d'yon see? And then get hold  of that book--er ��� with the yellow  cover and look out a tin in lo���er���to���  er���.oh, vou know!  Man���Ye-Mr���Punch.  .Dreadnought. Man's   Escapade   Shows'  , ��� Ti      "i'*-���,.    1  How   Much   Divers Are  at' Home,'   -  Some months ago. While -tho., great  battleship Dreadnought was nl Malta,'  one ot the, sea'men,"di*ers'went down-  t6" clear herrpropeller1 frdiro aomefjlol-'  sain that had become! entangled f^and',  ,he fniled'to come tip. J   ','      <���      -i>  - It chanced ,t_mt the rcst^bMhe .bat-'-  tleship's 'divo'rs a were   ashore." and-*  grave concern'was, felt on thc/irontlad  for'the  missingvworKer.'  'Sign-Ha"**by  telephone  and  lifeline  were, sent 'be-,  low,' without,'availA, Ino. tho''launch'*  above   the   throb,   throb0 of  the-air-'  , pump's cylinders vent on, but-the at--'  lendants looked at ono another in'dismay,   fearing   soma ..strangli   tragedy"  de6p jdown' in   those   heaving,' Rrccn  sens,    "f '        "    "        '* -.��   ������ -.  *l  'fhe .worst was.feared when some big  brush's.' atifl-other tools'cahio floating  to- the surface/and1-thereupon the.-  navignting lieutenant sent ashore an  urgent message for .one "of' the other  .divers, ,1 he , maiu,-carne on bt.ard,  dressed immediately', and went below,  only-to come up full'of .indignation.  "Why, that fellow's,Seen asleep all'  this 't_me,'"'Tie"i8ttid,���'wrathfully,f    ����� %  ���It was true.'   The-man had'just had *  his-Hunch. and,'finding the w6rk much"  less'serious'than lie*had .thoi'tghtyhe,"  finised it in a few minutes',;.and then*'  Val' comfortably' on ..one ot "lhe,jgiant,  blades Qf.ihe proatlnougo-t'a. propeller  .and" wont  to  sle<ip,k'with-, inquisitive  Fishes-swarming around him, attracted by the dazzling searchlight at, his  abreast.    The officers . were so amused  at the occurrence that nd punishment  was -inflicted on the lazy one.''  L i  Coco-r.uts Make Good  Fuel.    '   '  "Mine i.s rather a curious business,"  said a man who owns a small, warehouse and shod down near the London docks. "I deal in coco-nut shells,  and last ysar' I sold,,mbre than 50,000  baps  full  of   them   as fuel. '   .  " "I buy thousands'of .coco-nut shells  from stall-keepers all * over, London,  from confectioners, from coco-nut oil  extractors, from markot-swecpers, and  others. t I "won't tell, you the usual  price,, but .sometimes JL get there for" (  nothing���for carting them away, in  fact. I sell them at 4d. a bag,.most  of my customers being poor 'people,  who mix them, when broken" up. with  /slack' coal. But in scorcis vof hotels  and large houses a quantity is bought  to be mixed with coals'"as fire-lighters,  for tlie immense amount of oil in  coco-nut shells makes them'take fire  at once.   T;y it, and. see. <  "I have rivals in the business in  other parts of London, and some of  the makers of patent firelighters mix  large quantites -of the shells in their  compositions."  , HENDER50N  WAS SO RUN DOWN  } LIFENOTW0RTHLI.il  A Few' Bottles'of IJeruna vj  .'' 'V Reslortii Me to HaJ  ���' Mrs. JohrilH.T|iltrsnn1 2 Onil  Ave;, Montreal, Vim, Mittv I  "-Jz'lyWi} "".h''lis.tr.'.>'sJ n4"'l  ralgia ^nd^wjn so run iio*s ftiitl  was not .worth living.   ItritdtnJ  .many remedies, but all io no e_��if  "I met u.frit'ivl of mine id J  ther'bt'rny ailment. Sbe advi__]';J  to" try* her' renie/ly, 'Pnuti!,. .\  b','Althp_iigh 1' had no -aii-iiafal  I tooX h"er ndvicebuml am 'tftwi I  "stale tlmt.the xieuralpu has ��_J  left me, and' have Kaiand �� I  health that I tool ju_t like _f J  sell again".       k-      *        -^1  Z, "I am enjoying tlie besUl tt____|  >,We���hhye)K>n hit: many tliou.Ki.tI  'tfrnoma^Jwlike .'the iil/ive. Wii|  givfi our,leaders only i jliriiifheJ  of  tbe, ynst array uf uiiioLcotiJ  'dorscmems Dr. llfsrtnian is rewitf  ���A -'Now ,Yorker-v,t,Uii!g Parit;.J  firsst.timc became much inwtssf'l  the .fllUe/ boy.- in uh]te/u;._[  aprons who deliver the ��.ir-if'ijj  pantry cooks. - ,A J  A'Wh/'^saul tl>e NW .Yojjter > I  pf the ^j'O^Ofe'Mei.-,, .who h'u. W|  him some caKe.-., VI ^fVV&TM  the benefit oVunn oi ifi.jjtwk.jfl  self soiriulinies?" , ,   ,  ��� "l?ifrdow, 'si^'bul *._at��|  mean?"        ��r  ���,  "''You eat a cuke nojv aii-liheiff  . -"''EnUthem, -mi. <��i.- iio,"w;tT  .woukhl t rtpiyi/onh lu. lfelJ  come ��� idb"i.gy���"HH'per'-. V"t��Mj.-|  i  H'bny.be 'Iroiil.h-'l'tt-l'i rtnd  Wartab  he ,vril. . Iwl   ntiHtSr  Worm'ttxtoVmii.,'.tor.  It I'ia  Corn 'Cure'.bui'-'awSK-iition tte^  entirely ,vralicvii.3tfi._r>i,g-  "V   .,';!    -y.I-.t_-    '   '   i    ,   -    , ���  -.-.Patriotic "ifalive��� Out .".ifc  d.i-ntistr ftr^ie lv-t in,!> w*8  v (jeiiXlemu'ii o'f Foruji.itRsW*!  Be''Jargo;, - they ou^'i't So t��!.ji  have' the-wur-rst taytli m th'w-l  ���"Belfast .News.   ' ' l  Dr. Jackson,'" former Health'  of JsVw <Yqrk- City, sti>.; w m>:  t.o Governor- Ilughf^. thnt hosai  aie the 'cause, of live tlji'u-ani^fi  annually in "thnt" cny inm t-if  'fever and other nue-ts'inl .-;|  Wil.-on>, Fiji J'.ads I*iil ���>���* v\  and  U(e" disease germs W.  Kmeker���-There is -u*'!l J;  as not worrying anouiih  Booker���Yefl, 'the ��n��" *M^  crosses a bridge > till h" ,'ili-��l  fretittenlly has to swim.  Minard's- Liniment  Cures.  Mr.  No   Use.  A   Painful   Dilemma.  Willie��� What's a dilemma?  Johnny-Well. It's'.iwhon you can'tslt  down because your dad licked you for  going swimming ,-nul, you can't stand  up because a c-nib bit your'toe".���IIlustra led Hits. ;   . ���  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Clothes  ana  tho  Man.  A gentleman met his medical ikIv-Ifm  on Forty-second si reel the other daj  and p.i.shed a f'ietitlly gieetlng.  "Well, and how are }ouv' asked the  ihwitiv.  "Quite passable, thanks." said the  other, "but I notice that when I bene  my body forward, stretch out my arms  hoiizontally and impart to them a circular motion'1 always feel such a'pain  iamy left shoulder."  "But-what need is there for you to  perform such ���ridiculous tintics?" in-  guired the -physician.       -,  .'���'Do .you know ;iny other way, doctor, or getting on your topcoat?" re  oiled .'(he patient.���Harper's Weelclv.  Ethics of Republication.    *   .  i  A keen discussion is in 'progress in  literary circles on the ethics of republication. * A "notable new novel,"  as it is described by the publisher,  has appeared under the title of "The  Old Allegiance," the authors name  being given as "Hubert Wales." It  has been discovered that the same  work was published as "Purple and  l'itio Linen" in Hnn when the author's name was William Pigott. The  Spectator has drawn attention to thc  ease, and called for an explanation.  The publisher, Mr, John Long, admits  lhat llie two novels are one and the  ���iimc. Under its previous title the  book was not n success, but now that  it h;_s been re-issued in another name  it  is selling  very  well.  , An   Important   llen%  Kplurge-s-ir Tt 'hadn't >|  your   extravagant; .vacation ,i!l  racr   we   wouldn't  bo 'so <_��?���!  now. , ��.       ,  --Mrs. gplurKe���-Never mlaJ. iU|  go to the mountains instc.i'1 c'*f  shore next summer.  Mr.  Splurge���Huh!     Vou  will be more economical?  Mrs.   Splurge���Of "cours-c.  need a  new bathing suit tln*Jj  olle" Standard and Times  An Inevitablo Waste-  "1 gave you twopence, tiiiJj*-!  Immediatelj   Into"a' public l*1**"  marked the benevolent old "j:  "Don't you know   it h- very "g  to .spend your money on iir(.".��r  "I've often thought .if tli.i'.*|  plied   thc   weary   wajfarrr  ���never yet found a |>lni,- w'iok-  get It for nothing."���I'e.ir-J"'*  "Ginevra,"   pleaded   the, young  mac if* "l0"K "''"'  in   deep.   Impassioned   tones,   "I   musi  speak!    The voice of my heart can be  stilled   no   longer!     Every   impulse  ot  my  nature,   every   fiber o'f-my .being,  every   surging   emotion   of   my   soul  clamors  for  utterance!    Sensible  as  I  am of my own iinworthiness, realizing/  to the full the presumption of which  I am guilty in daring to aspire to your  hand, I have no excuse, no palliation,  save that with the deathless, Ineitin-  Biiishable devotion of h heart never  before touched by the sacred fire. I  love"-  "Oh, Arthur," yawned the beautiful  maiden, "why will you persist in ma  lt Is said !h.-it i ie average" man can  0 words,  hiit nnfor-  (tunately she ,u'-:n- ally liauds him more  than -tlirif.���- t  n  , ,       ,   ,��� ,    n"   'il10sc'   utterly   usetess   noises!"-  Order  and   a  half  tolerable   condition ' Chicago Tribune.  *w?8S88TO!SE^BK��5i��5a=S����s^^  Congratulations   War-ted.  On en'terlngjiis'flub um- evening not  otig ago  ii  young-  I''liil.-iiii-l[iliiaii; was  i accosted hy ;l friend, who ���exclaimed:'  "Why.   Charley,   you   tire   positively  beaming!   What's iip?V  "I'm in tin- greatest luck Imaginable,"  responded fhe oilier. "You know I've  been hanging about a pretty Yopkcrs  girl for almost a yenr. .During all this  time ;die would never admit that she  loved me. She would only say that she  respected me. But now, old chap, con-  gradilate me. for last night she con-  | fesscd that she rospeeici1 me uo longer;  ithatsiio loved me."- ,',...  ;M:&yy?i^ji<$��l&X&iiyk��"mi>*1  Short   Skirt   League.  ,    A   Ladies'   Shoit  Skirt  League. has  ,'hrjp'ri   formed' in' London.    The  mem-  hers bind  themselves to. wear dresses  >\'hi oh-will -not sweep the  floors  and  pavements, . tinil   so   gather ,. up   dust  '���ti.id uiicrobos.   Th'.s is not a new idea,  'ri-'America'.-tin-.'}'   have a  similar   or-  inizatibn   'culled     the-   Five-   Inch  ���engue.   Every  member is pledged;to  irloKst five inches of clear .space-between   skirt -yi<L-floor. -The .plan   is  -���omirieiuj.'ibleij.in many ways, feir iLis'  .-[ipalling the way in, which some wo  ��� iiiiiti sweep the  pnvernerits  will:  their  -."iwris.   '.An   l-'-fii-roliwoiiian   lias   .still  .inch   to   learn   in, the   art  <\f  liolditif;  ip hor ski'r' -| .        - A.,,    '  Tricking the HcriB.  Clilnnmen have a way of tricking  hens so that they assist Iii the hatching,  of fish. Fish eggs are carefully placed  In nn eggshell, which Is then, scaled  and placed, under nn 'unsuspecting hen.  In a Tew days the spawn Is warmed  Into life, and the contents of the shell  are then cast Into a shallow pool, where  thc sunshine completes the work.  To Digest  the H  Bile in the intc-lmc* " fdj  ant   to   digestion   .-is  .iK " ,|  juices in the stom.ic-ii .mJ *", "J  supplied  when  the Im*-1-" "'"  condition.   -.;.       . ������;,��� fo^I  .The, serious, and f"bmDi if  indigestion  are  '*'"'1*11 b)    '  indigestion are cllH",..V,, w_J|  Chase's 'Kidney-Liver. ri����*U|  their influence, oii ,ll,\V t;b^i  good flow of-'bile to' -'V1' l,S'f  keep, the .bowels .regular, -''yj  venting fei-nientnlioii o ��  formation of gas ,and W"  able-.-symptoms., of, ""^A,,.. ���  Long 'standing 'ciises'"'syti  gestion;yield, to !��������- r npi  yt ,11.'  digcs_..,..,J  ..  Kidney-Liver Pills "ll  failed. ,���'"���������  Here's the proof.      ;^  "I   was   for   Mi.'uiy .-V^isfl.]  with   incligpstioii.'in'!    A^i  derived no." b.Mieht fro n.  ' ^1  medics I used.    A   !'" v.[,��  use of'Dr.. "Chase* 1 u;^-.&��*  and after taking four'**    ���-*  boxe�� ��� ���, ���  III Ui  W.    N.    U.    No.   711.  Saw   It.  "There's been n conflagration here,"  said Cumso, looking.at a tall building.  "How do you knoW?" asked Fijnp-i*.  "I saw tho flre escape."* ���      "  uini  iu.li ,j ���,nri*, i" i/e*  is that I nn. euro ^ Ag  enjoyment of the >' J#|  health."-Mr.     lJl!,H'"n JT  Content,  Alia- ,, cd>\  .   One   Pill   il  ''i'bJnsoi'.^  At all dealers or M<"a"  Co;, Toronto. .ssskh  DrJA.W. Cbm  Liver 1 ->J  8 OUT OF iO  persons sutler at sometime or other from Piles!  So says a great medical authority. There  gs no disease causes more pain and  ��retcbednes�� than piles ; and by giving  almost immediate ea��e Zam-IJuk has won  Ihe praise of thousands of suffeierj. If you  are sufleiing let Znm-Bulc cure you- Mr,  S'eil Devon, Webbwood, Ont. suffered with  piles eight years. A few boxes of Zam-  Buk cured him. " He since says:���"I have  had no return of the trouble so lhat I knov;  Ihe cure is permanent." ���> '    ,  Mr.   C.  B.   Frost, 'LennoxTilJe,  P.Q.,  writes: " I have proved Zam-Bulc a great  lure for piles from which I iuffered acutely  for a long time." -   -  Zam-Bulc also cures cuti, ulcers, burns,  jibscesse-;, poisoned wounds, boils, eczema,  and all skin troubles. 50c a box, all drug,  gists and stores or from Zam-Bulc Co.,  Toronto. ��� 3 boxes for $1.25., ���  BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  MOUNTAIN  SLIDING  COLD BROUGHT ON  BRANTFORD      LADY      SUFFERED  TILL   CURED   BY   DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS.  Hawaiian   Small    Boys   Simply   "Drop  Down the .Edge of the Scenery."  Water sports, are by  no  means the  only vigorous athletics Indulged in bi  the, boys of Hawaii.    Mountain climb  tog Is a favoi he pastime, for there nro  peaks 4.000 feet high within easv walk  Ing distance of any part, of Honolulu ���  and on the island of Hawaii there are  two mountains fully 14,000 feet In  height. Not infrequently the Honolulu  schools give picnics ou the mountain  sdes that the pupils may,gather land  shells, it Is on these excursions In  search of land shells that the nawallan  schoolboys revel in the once national  sport, mountain sliding.  A very , steep, mountain ijiide'is selected, where tbe grass Is .long and  sloping downward. . Every one gathers  .Ills own'tl leaves. The ti leaf is something like the banana,leaf, but not nearly, so long. With a bunch^of tl leaves'  in his hand the first boy steps to the  j edge of the side, grasps,the leaves by  leafy part undeivhlm aud sits down, [fiiends prove anxiety.  glv.es himself a start and drdps down i    She had  st_ffere<]"so  A   MICROSCOPE.  KIDNEY DISEASE'  THE TORTURES  Mrs. A.  H. Thomson  Had Heart Disease,   Lumbago",   and   Rheumatism,  and  Tells   How  She   Was   Restored  to, Health.  Brentford    Ont.     Special.)- ' How  Colds,   La   Grippe   and   other, minor  t    w It Opens  Up the  Wonders of the  World   of  Nature.  If you want-to-keep your boy out of ITU      c   tt c     1     -r.    ,     .,  mischief, give  hi.u a  microscope, not)1"8   ^uUer6r  reels  That    Unless  ��5"e ��^.t.e e.1:lbor:*te; intricate, expen-      Relief Comes Insanity  Will  THE   PRETZEL.  OF NERVOUSNESS ���,ts s.!mp,c F,'aure Scheme *��<* >n..mt8  ' Possibilities  of Variety.  ills tettle on,the Kidneys and develop! w<>rld than this simple , ronirivarce  Rliouinatium. Heart Disease, Bright's which opens to his eyes visions of a  Disease and  other tertibly dangerous' universe  of  which   he  |!)jMV  nothing  slve affairs that the bacteriologists,use  -when hunting for germs, but a common one with two or three lenses "that  revolve, on-a phot and fold into a  cover which protects them from In-  Jury wheu carried In the pocket. J night. The sufferer starts at every  There is no better way of interesting hojse, is shaky and depressed. Often  the hoy Iu the wonders of the natural ! though  in   a  completely  exhausted  Mate is unable to sit or he -still.   For  ���   hollo w  There is no toi ture moie intolerable than nervousness. A nervouo  peison is in a'state of constant irii-  tation hy  day and    sleeplessness   bv  at 48  48 Albion Street, this .city.  Mrs. Thomson was, some-yet  ,  , . , - -   , ears- ago,  taken wity Cold and'La Grippe and  Straining, which affected her Kidneys and the "result was Backache,  Lumbago, iRheumalism and Heart Disease,'which  caused both'her ,and her  One and One Make Two.  I'hv Sunday'sch'ol teacher" was pos-  |b't-d of tlie praiseworthy desire to  ...Kite'thrift among the cluHfc of ladrt.  ! had given, Hill 'and Johnny kjx-  iice each for doln^ borne work for  Bit. - "  , ," -V    I  I'I   hope , lo( 'iiyaiy when   we' ineetil  inn," he bni'dyuhat you'have Bawl  money, to advantage."   ���>  jj'lie   next?lime' ���t ho^iney Bill -pro-  Iced two, sixpences:,'',' ' y      .,  1'Well    done, - juy    hid,"   said'the*  Sighted' tdache'r. J'J'-.ain "'pleased  to  I my/lessons are having their fruits:'*  It what of your sixpence, Johnny?"  Id he to the other hopeful. ''"--  I'J'le/ist?,' *,ir, I'lost' Ji' lossin'   wi"  tho edge of the sconcty like a "flash.   I !fihe, heard of cuVes" effected by^Dodd's  t. {Kidney   Pills,' and'  bought    a    'box,  was-assured thnt. Jt was an easy, ma  ter to regulate'tl  merely grasping  ter to rcgulate'the speed of descent by | ���v'"f,'> she, iui=ed witlf such splendid  the ti stems' firmly ' jj'sulls...ha.t s,,e continued 'to 'take  pward. this acting as   'J'  l1��^S��!r\h^rl}l-otaro^   'her   own   family.   and  nasturtium'is a'fairy ca.-ern, showing  1 a dozen '���'different 'tlii^s and hues of  color,.with dainty white stalactites and  stalagmites,almost touching bach other midway between floor and roof.    -  He will find monsters, too. for' the  head of an ant seen through a microscope iia a terrible object, and he cannot help, thinking what an awful aspect such a creature,would present if  lt were as big as a , horse. ( He has  heard about the creatures that are to  be   found  in - water   from   a   stagnant  stems' firmly     F"u"V,i    , . ,    -   --  and lifting them upward, this actlnc as     ,    r.  tlH  s"e wa!-  ����rp(l- Since then, nnin,    TI .    ,,-,  ��� .---   <=-   a'brok^Mon^LtSJhrmofSroS  ?" hlW u.ed'.?"*������'-1 Kidney Pil]s in I ?���:' ,Ue __"' 'fl')(1  ^em  for himself  PWsaownovcrthecd^oftt^ recommended  tain and upon my brief..*, of tl leaves., h^^JXoi^of^^^Z  began    he descent. ��� I' tycut  like  the   f.lam.Rr*_   Canadian     K dney   reined M'abouL He may not dtvelbnTmoTn-V  wind    It seemed as though my breath ����� Dodd's Kidney Pills. *   "   "win, but If he K avZ,       ���     1'  would be, takeri away from me or that       Heart  Di���ea��o,   Rheumnt sin,   Lum-    sedation at all   t  will    .   Iu�� 1  t would plan* head over heels, to be 'l��J�� f"*^*?!?*���  >!!    b7 ^^ ^ X StS  and show them to other bovs. and all  his crowd Mill become interest-M and  bring.In things to look at. and wonder  dashed to pieces .among the trees be- K*'l**ey Diseases or'are ' caused bv  loir. I thought of my brake nnd drew "�������"*_'' 'Kidney?., Yon can't 'have  tip on the tl leaves ,wi'th''all my might vi1ny  ��'  t e.ril ,lf  ^'ou   k<iW >'ollr  Kul-  B1-",  and came up, with a-jerk that Jarred  every, bone in my body.' There I sat,  looking downward almost' perpendicu-,  ��� larly, held,In position only by'a, few  leaves resting on the smooth, slippery(,  ' grass, but the sliding grass Is neany 'a  foot'long, and -It Is'-'only after it has  been repeatedly'sUdden over and-beat-  ���.'Pill, That'.Is Prized.���There have  ah ,inany.; pills^put upon''the lnnrkei  Id   pressed   upon   public ^attention,   . _  It .none; h as .endured.so-lo'ng or uiet,|-eu.down.that, it approaches perfection  th   so, .much-favor--aa'j'Parinelee's'-l  In- "  rieyp sound -and your blood pure.  Dodd's Kidney Pills make the Kid-  ners sound- Sound, Kidneys strain  all, the impurities out, of the bloo'd.'  there Is more Irt nature than what we  discern   on   the   surface. ,r  jpetahle Pills.,,, ,Widesprrad use-of  pin has aUested .tlieir'igreat, vnlue.  Kl they need no. further advertise-  int thau.tlys. -Having1 fnjinly,"esta-  Ishcd,'themselves in public esteem,  ^5; now'rank'without-li'peer in the  of standard , vegetable,! prepafa  ins.  ' ��� -  +'\ *'  '*". -,    ,." _     ' *"   "  . Rpforo I, answer . your , question, '  Jri the great alienist, "permit "me to  gv-Oi my n)en)ory;'''- ,''���'.'    ��  ieretipbn lio*'cpnsiiltea* a notebook,  {May I�� nskj^'leshrned the lavyyer,  Jiy you found it necessa.y/to con-:  Jt f-orne nicmornn'duin b'e'ore answer-  bi siuijile hypothetical -question "ol  jj* a few. thousand- words?"-, ���  rJ'lie < fact, is," replied  the  nlienint  \\<-\y. "that"r-fdidrtha't^to.get ','the.  nt of<f view.'   I'd "forgotlflii   which,  'd been retainccLop";in'this port-.  am-    case.    Kindly,    spring", your  luii.htiin( agninA ����� .Philadelphia  jper-', ' -       -   - "' v 1-^.r  (he eyes of'the Hawaiian snjall boy  and .''''sometimes leads -to 'accidents.  When?for Instance, the thin layer of tl'  leaves .wears out.bcneathr the slide a  gentle;tug"at the stalks parts'the sled  and 'sends, the' slider whizzing down-  . ward Jin ai most uncomfortable Jand ungraceful''manner, all' arms, and legs.  Lucky Is the victim of such an accident  If.;he is not stopped, in his'downward  parecr by the., trunk' of a' tree.���SL  Nicholas.   ", -  A   PICTURE   ROMANC  c.  filsdn's 'Fly'bPacfs" kill   th%m   a/l!'  (>l!.t--PiW3 slic sing off"-.key.?"'"--'-  ^ll.i"* Yc,j. sjhe-can'i 'find the   key  ithli her voice.���-.New 'York Sun:  EAFNESS, CANNOT. BE CURED-A  oea! aj.plications, "a3'they cannot  li.tfle  diseased   portion   \of   -the  Tlieie-is' only oner way'to-cure  Itric-:.*,, and'that is'by constitutional  ���.'diuE.  .Deafness-is oaused  by1 an  |aiia-<i   condition   of . tbe  .mucous  Jig of the Eustachian Tube!   When  tube is inflamed you'have a rum-  3g  sound   or    imperfect    hearing,  ^lien. it Js entirely closed, Deaf-  is the result, and. unless the intimation   can   be   taken'   out    and  lube restored to its normal con-  ion, hearjng will be'destroyed for-  |r; nine cases out of ton are caus-  jby Catarrh, which .is'nothing but  finflamed condition of the''mucous  .aces.: *   - '        ,    , .-.  fo will give Ono Hundred  Dollars,  any case of  Deafness (caused  by  i*rh)   that   cannot .be     cured '   by  P's  Catarih   Cure.    Send   for   cir-  jns,   free:  J.  CHENEY  &  Co., .Toledo,  O.  aid  by   Druggists,  75c.  fake-Hall'st Family   Pills  for  condition.    -  The Flight,  -tome   fly   with   me,"'   the   young   man  nald,  ["Not In the crude old fashioned  war.  |y aeroplane  waits overhead.�����  SAnd frets the-bonds that bid It' stay.  Tls but n pleasure jaunt I ask   ,.  .  ~'ou"ll try with  jno.  S13 is no lifelong Journey's task.  iCorno,  fly w|Ui  ,no 1 0  1 -  Hie fervid phrase of other dayi  tins given,.way   to simple  fact.  |0 more poetic fancy  plays. ,  jPur speech  Is simple and  exact  I<lon't request you'll  live life through .  *nd die with me-  |niercly am  Inviting you  'O 'ly with  me."  , ���"Washington Star.  -   .SCARED   THE   ROBBERS.'  <-  .   '     '    - *  Odd  Incident In  England In the"Eight-  -u,   '. eenth  Century.   , ,    '  ', Fora time during,,the eighteenth "cen-  ;tury  in ;'England; there c was a Iullin  ,-the rohberycl'ndustry owing tb"an'odd  -incident.'  Shortly after the-execution  of an ^English1 burglar named-Elllstori'  a   curious   communication" purporting  to'have been written'by him was'put  jnto elrculallori. ,. "{Sov.; as I am a dying man,',', It ran,"'JI-have done something which, ma'y be of good -useAo the  public   .1  bavc.Jeft   wltii'-an'honest  man���the oiily honest'man'; I .was ever  [acquainted with���the names,of all my  wicked^ brethren,' 'the-; places  o'f their  abode", "withy a  short "account  of  the  chief crimes they iiave committed, ln  many otswhtch'l have been the accomplice  and   heard   the   rest, from   their  own ..-mouths.     I   have   likewise   set  down" the na'mcs of those' we call our  setters, of the houses we frequent and  all of those who receive and buy our  stolen goods.   I hai-e solemnly, charged  this bonest'man and have received his  promise upon oath  that whenever be  ��� hears of auy'rogue to be, tried'for robbery or_housebreaking ho will look into  his, list and if he finds there the name  of   the   thief  concerned   to   send   the  whole paper to  the  government.    Of  this  I   here give my' companions fair  and public warning antl hope they will  take it."    It'is said'the hint was so  effectual   that   for  a   long  time  pickpockets and  burglars  hi  that part of  England  went Into panic stricken  retirement.   And. this being so. it is just  as well they did not know that the letter was a clever'forgery, the work of  that   prince   of   wits   and^ humorists,  Dean Swift.  The  Frame'lThat Startled* Delacroix  I.i  ',.','���   the  Paris  Salon". ' V  , Eugene " Delacroix, founder of the  French romantic-school' of art, was  very poor In his youth. His first picture 'Of/note/Tvas^ his "Dante and Virgil," painted when he'was only twenty  years old!, It,was extremely,large, containing several figures "the sb-.e of life,  arid to buy -the canvas and colors took  all the money Delacroix had. A frame  was 611 of the question,'but a good na-,  tiired carpenter gave the young artist  four strips of Tath.'df which Delacroli '  made a rude frainework for his''masterpiece, which ho then sent to th'f  salon. 'But he had hardly a hope thai  his picture would be accepted.  On opening day Delacroix' went to  the salon, but failed to fiud his palnt-"  Ing. He was^ wandering .disconsolately  about, when he noticed a��� great crowd  lief ore a ^picture. He drew near. It was,  his '-Dante and -Virgiii" But It was In  a magnificent, richly-gildecrTrame, as  One a product of ihe picture n-.ounter'g  art'ns could be ?ound In-Paris. Aston-'  Ished,- he soughf Baron Gros.Miead of  the "examlningcommlttee. As,soon a-s,  young Delacroix.^Introduced himself,  Gros seized'his hhtitl and congratulated  hlrn^ with ' true "Gallic, enthusiasm.'"  "Bui," jsta'mnierod . Delacroix,', "bow'  about that splerfdid frame? I had no  money to frame it. and"���      r , '--  "Maka, your mind easy," stild the  'baron. "Your.'.afli frame foil to pieces,  but the committee was determined that  such a chef-d'oeuvre as you have painted should be placed on exhibition, and  we framed your ���Dante' at our own es-  oensp-.''���Exchange.  ��� ��� VSILENT*CR'ANES.;.' "  1 1   ,1       j ��� i> ,  A Nature Story by One of the  Mount  ,    ; Taurus Climbers.  . The' mountaineer   glanced "complacently at his hard,calves.       ;��� "  "We, climbers,'; he said, "up there on  the white heights' see lots of things  worth .seeing, c I tell -you we could If  we wanted to outdo the-nature fakirs'1  without deviating from the truth.-I-^or  instance, '.alio the Mount Taurus  cranes.- Do you know' the' cranes of  Mount Taurus?    - ' <_  '   "Well, these birds are,great-chatter-  era.''They chatter, chatter, chatter, 'as  they fly. ..Hanged if'they're not worse  than   women:'' Up, on  thc heights thc  eagles lie in wait for them, hidden behind crags or ice blocks.   Thev don't  have to shoiy themselves'at ail." Their,  ears, not their eyes, tell them of-' the  cranes' approach, and, swooping down  ���on those'bundles of.ifeathers.and noise,  .they  take  home a  mess of crane'"for  t dinner. ' -    * V  trouble   of   this   kind   ab=olutelv   the  best '.thing  in  tlie  world  is   Dr." Williams'   Pink   Pill*.      The   nerves   are  jaded   and   jangled   bec-au.-e   they   are  being starved  by  floor, waterv blOod  ���Dr.  William." Pink-Pills   make   new  j nch   blo6d   which   feeds   and   soothe?  'the  irritated neives.    There  is  absolutely' no doubt about this; thousand?  can testify of the blood-making, nerve  restoring  qualities    of    these    Pills,'  among 'them   is  Mrs.   Thos.   Harpell,  Wallace' Bridge,   J..S.,   who   savs :-*-  "Some years ago I took side and the  doctor   pronpunced "the   trouble   nervous  prostration.      To 'describe . the  tortures of it is impossible. God and  myself  only  know what    I  endured.  The doctor gave me medicine  but U  did  not seem to help me.'   Then  hp  ordered; me awny for a change but  I  was afraid to go as Ii always seemed |  J.0 fear some impending calamity, and  was ttfiaid to'spend the 'night alottb,  as I used lo think' each night that I  would  'die   before, .morning.    1, tried  different kinds of medicines but with  np better results,   arid finally"decided  J*would go  to'my''parents  to see  if  the change would benefit me.    I went  to'their doctor but'-with no better re-  | suits.    My, mother  urged   me   to  trv  j Dr. Williams' Pink PiUs arid got me  j-n box,  of course I  did not exjie'et a  box ,rwould help me, but I continued  taking' them  arid  in' about  a  month  began ' to  feel   better.    From   that  on  there . was   an   improvement   in   my  condition every 'day arid 'in the .course  of - about three 'frionths  I   was  again"  enjoying the great blessing' of perfect  health. I-gained about twenty pounds  in' weight and my friendsvcouId'hardly believe I was the same .person.    I  .believe'1* I would  have  been    in    mv  /rhe pretzel f,s one of the most remarkable creations of the human mind  and hand. It stands almost alone as  .tn artificial product displaying the  countless varieties of form produced  by nature 'In the leaves of trees and  blades of, gnts.se-3. Of the millions  upon millions turned out by the pretzel  bakeries since the inception of the industry it is slot probable that any two  'were exactly alike.     ,  The   general -figure, scheme   of   the  pretzel must have boon an inspiration.  It would hate been impossible for the  hupiau  mind to conceive, a scheme so  simple   and   yet   permitting   such   approach to infinite  variation.   , Meeanse  of the peculiar shape of the pretzel' its  construction   Is, moist easily  described  by  employing sailor  men's  terms.    A  bight is taken In a roll of 'dough?, and  the ends  are given a  h.'tlf 'twist and  brought   back- upon 'opposite  sides of  the   bight.     This    makes .the' article  somewhat 'heart   shaped.    There  can !  have been  no sentimental" reason  for |  thR shape, for there Is no product of J  art or nature further removed fro|tn the  realm of'sentiment than i.s'the pretzel.  The finished article looks as if it had  been varnished and exposed to a sandstorm lk.rore the varnish dried.  'I he,pretzel Is unique ns an article of  internal' use. It can not "be classed as  food or drink. It is not a dessert, nor  Is it a medicine , Perhaps it'should be  classed as-on appetizor~an appetizer  not Tor food, but for drink, and therein  lies Its uniqueness. It is the great  thirst producer.' It 1 is tbe third of a  Sahara done tip In a twist of dough,  if any one could invent'something that  would quench thirst as .effectively as  the prefeef can produce It his fortune  would be mode.   -" ' n ,   ,  The home of the pretzel * is 'Germany, where it Is called bretze'l or  pre(tzol, according to whether'it is in  north Germany or south Germany, but  'In America it,is' pretzel all the time,  whether in Xorth , America, or South  America.   ,The nanie is commonly re-  /\ tnort uieful antl yet  ineipetuive Chrutmai Gift  .would be this Ink F*enciL.  It u guaranteed not to leal,  blur, or blot���and v-ill  write smoothly oa any kind  of paper. ���  IT ii made front fine hard  red rubber���and has a platinum point which will not  wear dull. ,  COMPETE with cleaner ,'  and filler in suitable box,  the price  i�� ,',  - $1.00  WUR handsome catalogue  seat free' upon request.  RYRIE Bi*GS.  LIMITED  ?34-J3<.._38 Yonge St.  TORONTO       '  illi-;  Woitieii  grave long'ago if it had, not been foV    Sard'-d,as being derived from word3 in  Dr.  Williams-* Pink  Pills." ,'     , I li)e J-atln language  meunfng bracelet I  Dr.   Williams''Pink  Pills are good    Bu* Germans nre not  fond of taking  It Will Cure a Cold.���Colds are the  commonest ailments of mankind and  if neglected may lead to serious conditions. Dr. Thomas' Eeleclnc Oil  will relieve the bronchial passages of  inflammation speedilv and thoroughlv  aiid will strengthen them against subsequent attack. And as it eases the  inflammation it will stop the cough  because it allays all irritation in the  throat..   Try  it and prove it.  ."Maud has decided not {o wear her  old bathing suit any longer."  "Is she going to wear her new, one  any  longer?"���Boston Transcript.  The  Bending of the  Bough,  '"ou must have "had some very nap.  escapes   from   death  during ymir  intfiil career," 1 said to the great de-  T've.  bare had a few," he admitted  Jestly. "i-robably the closest shave  fd waa when a band of South Amor-  outlaws hanged me and went  iy without noticing they had strung  "P  to   a   rubber   tree."���Brooklyn  Jdi  oids on  leanest  J*** your doctor the medical j  pie for a cold on the chest, j  F*1!* say, "Bronchitis,"!  )k him if it is cveri serious.  Jstly,  ask  him  if  he  pre-  |nbes Ayer's  Cherry  Pec-  ^aI for this disease.   Keep)  close   touch  with  ll]y physician.      !"���  Climatic Changes.  There Is,plenty of evidence of the  very best sort which goes to prove that  not only Europe and North America,  but the lands situated within the arctic,circle, must have enjoyed a tropical  climate. Tho numerous fossil remains  found in those regions nre 'those of  plants aud animals which, according  to the present state of our knowledge,  must have lived under conditions now  found only In thc equatorial belt Noth-"  Ing Is clearer than the fact that the  polar cold Is steadily gaining on the  temperate,and tropical zones and that  eventually (he land will be all Ice  fields.  Donald Knew.  Margaret, aged  ten, was a beginner  In    history.      ".Mamma,"    she    asked,  "what docs 'behead' mean?"  "To cut off a man's head, dear."  There was a motm-iil of silent study,  then another question.  "What does'defeat' mean, mamma?"  r.i 1 tie Donald, aged four, was interested.  "I know, mamma," was his logical  conclusion. " 'Defeat' means to cut a  man's feet off."���Delineator. .'���  Your druggist, grocer or generil  store kefeper will supply you with  Wilson's Fly ' Pads, and you cannot  afford to ba without them. .Avoid unsatisfactory substitutes.  " "He's forevei prating * about what  his conscience tells him. What does  his conscience tell him,  anyway?"  "Apparently it usually tells him  what nvful- sinners his neighbors  are."���The Catholic Standard and  Times.  "With their chatter,and babble and  gossipr the   cranes   of   Mount   Taurus  give themselves ji way in that, still air  to the eagles, apd in, all eagle households crane is the staple dish, b        ' -  "But" the; old'"cranes, fly   without  a  Y sound���never^ a   word out of them as  they'sail,,'and'-wheel  in  the  blue air.  .That seems'against-nature", and it' is  against nature-..^he old "cranes, to re-,  straln'their Innate love of .talk fly with  .large stones iu tlicIrVuouths.,   - ' '",'  ���;Shdot one of 'these.crafty and silent'  birds and you will 'flnd( his beak tight'  Jy   closed   upon   a   large* stone."���Exchange. -  His Plan Was Simple.  Frederick the Great once requested  his generals to submit to him plans of  campaign for. a supposititious' case.  Hans Joachim .vou Jiietheu. the famous  cavalry general, produced a queer diagram in', black ink. It represented a  big blot tn the center, intersected by  two black, liaes. whose four terminals  ended each' in a smaller blot. The king  was furious and upbraided his old comrade in arms bitterly for what'he considered disrespect. *"  In explanation Von Ziethen said:  "Why, \otir m.t.'esty, I am tho large  blot in the center. The enemy is any  one of the four .smaller blots. He can  march upon me from the right or left,  from rhe front1 or rear. If he does I  simply advance upon any of tho four  lines and lick him where I find him."  Frederick was satisfied.  good  for any, disease "due -to bad ,blood oV  weak nerves. -That is why they cure  such .troubles, as -anaemia,1 'indige-;-  tkm, rhoumatism.rneurnlgia, St. Vitus  dance, paralysis'and the "ailments of  girlhood/ and f womanhood. Sold by  medicine dealers at 60 cents a box 'o"r-  six boxes for ,$2,50' or may be had bv  mail frorii The ,Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., 'BrockVille, Ont.    '   ,    , '  Wife, (at 7 a.m..���Now,- deny your  condition last*evening! Here you are  with your Iiat and shoes on. Don't  tell me you didn't come home the  ���worse for drink! *      **���    -l   ���=    .  - Husband���2srot a bit,, dear. .You  know-I have lately taken to'walking  in my Ueep, and I .thought I'd go to  bed' prepared.���illustrated Bits.  1 Pills'- Jhat Have Benefited oThoiis-  ands.���Known far and near-as "a'sure  remedy in the treatment of indigestion and-all derangements of the'stomach,' liver and kidneys,' Parrnelee/s  Vegetable Pills have brought. ���, relief  to thousands when -other ���> specifics  have-failed.--' Innumerable testimonials  -can -be pro'duced to establish the truth  of this, assertion. Once .tried they  will be found superior to all other  piJIs in Uife 'treatment of the ailments  for which they are-prescribed.  Teacher (giving' a lesson on the  rhinosceros.���Sow, can you name any  other things that have horns-and are  dangerous -to get near?  Sharp Pupil���Motor car.���Philadelphia Inquirer.  words 'from tlie' Latin 'loug'ues. Perhaps the pretzel owes its name to.the  fact that it is baked on, a flat, board-  like'surface'. The German word for  board Is brett. .  ,  READING THE  STARS.  The best tea can be utterly spoiled  by exposure .to -contaminating influences, as bulk teas so often are.  .The sealed lead packets of the  "'Salada" Tea Co', give you tea fiesh  -and. flagrant from the gardens to the  tea-cup. >   , 46  HiS   THREE  WI7ES.  They  A    Sensible    Merchant.  Bear Island, Aug. 2G, 1903.  Miliard's  Liniment  Co..   Limited.  Dear Sirs,���Your traveller ia here  to-day and we are getting a laice  quantity of your MINAKD'S LiM-  MKNT. We Iind it the best Liniment  in the market making no exception.  We have been in business l.'l years  and havo handled all kind1?, but have  dropped them all but your's ; that  sells itself ; tho otheis have to be  pushed to get rid of.  M. A. ITAG1'.RMA_NT.  .Very Different. .'  iyin the olden days a reformer was  liable to be burnt at the stake."  "Yes. and now we put him on ...the  lecture platform and give him CO -per  cent of the gross receipts!"  your  We pnbliah our formula*  9  W�� baalih  alcohol  rroiu oar medicines  W�� urea you to  oon��u)t your  doctor  ijers  I" you tell your doctornboiit the bad  Sf.^0ur'7?u,h�� ,oss of appetite for  Talking ami eloquence are not thc  Riime. .-To.speak and to speak well ar��  two things.���Hon .lonson.  Where  He-Was Slow.  "Alexander the Grout conquered tho  entire world."  "Yes." answered Mr.Dustin Stax. "lie  conquered it, but some of us moderns  could have shown him a thing or two  about    tnaklug   it    pay    dividends."  Statistics.  In all probability the first administrative act of the first regular government  was to number its fighting men and to  ascertain, as   nearly   as   was   possible  what-amount   of .'taxation   could   be  levied on  the rest, of .'the community.'  As   human society  grew   more  highly  organized there can be-no-doubt that a  very considerable body of official sta-  listics must have come into existence.  We  know  that such  was  the case in  Greece,  Itpmo ami   Egypt,  but  it was  j  not untilyvithln the last two or three  j centuries that systematic use of the in-  formation available began Cor purposes  of Investigation  rather, than mere administration.- ...--.���.  Were All In One Picture, bu��  .Did Not Stay There.  Allan Cunningham in his "Lives of  British Painters:" tells a story of Copley, the father of,.'Lord Chancellor  Lyndhurst, which reveals 'what a portrait painter endures, from the vanity  and eccentricity of his sitters.  A certain man had himself, his wife  and seven children painted by Copley  in a family piece.  '���It wants but ono thing," said the  man on .-.eein? the finished picture,  "and that Is thc portrait of my .first  wife.   This one is my second."  "Hut," replied the artist, "sho Is  dead. What can I do? She must  come In rts an angel."  "Oh. no: no angels for nieV She  must come In a* a woman."  The, portrait w.ts added, but several  months elapsed before the man again  called tit Copley's studio, and wheu he  did a strange l.uly held on to his arm.  "I must havo another sketch from  your hand, Copley," said ho. "An accident befell my second wife. This  lady, is, my third, aud she has come to  have her likeness included in the family picture.'' '  ' The painter Introduced-.the!, likeness  of wife No. 3, and the man.,expressed  himself, satisfied with the portraits of  ids tlnfee spouses. But > .the lady remonstrated."* Never was such a thing  heard of. 'Her predecessors must go.  The artist, painted them out Then  the man disputed the . price. Copley  sued him, and his sou, the future Lord  Lyndhurst. signalized his call, to the  bar by gaining his father's cause.  I     "Why don't you marry your star?!  jknow she-Js in love with you."  "Not for mine," replied the stage  beauty's press agent. "I'll stick to a  steady job."���Philadelphia Ledger.  Take no substitutes for Wilson's  Fly Pads'. Ko other fly killers compute with them.'  "What 'made you draw yoh razzer  when dat man said he didn't have no  kind 0' soda water flavorin' 'cepp-n'  chocolate?" * inquired Miss Miami  I3iown.  "I's tired o,' heaiin' 'bout ckawin'  de color line," answered Mr. Krastus  finkley." "I wanted to give no'/tce  dat T ain' gwinetor stand fob no Jim  Ciow soda ' fountains."���Washington  Star.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  Visit Northern Islands.  ")'he Attorney-General and Provincial Secretary of I.rituh Cotumb a  iiwe made a viMt to Queen Charlotte  Island, which mdicatci tlie crowing  importance of this group This is the  first occasion upon vhich Ministers  of the Ciown have felt it necessary to  so to that part of the province.  An Author's Mastery of the Science,of  '      Navigation,'-  "By  the end of  tho  week,'teaching  myself,"  writes .Tack  Loudon in Harper's Weekly of his mastery of the science of navigation,. "I  was able to do  divers things.   For insta_ec"i I .shot the  North star, at night, of course���got its  altitude,(jcorrected for index error, dip,  etc., and found our latitude.   And this  latitude agreed' with the latitude of the  previous noon corrected by dead, reck--  oning- up -to   that   monieut.     Proud?  Well.   I- was  even' .prouder  with   my  next miracle.   Lwas going to turn in at  0 o'clock. ' I 'worked oitb the problem  self instructed-and. learned what star  of the first magnitudeiirould be pass-  - ing  the meridian  abound half past S.  This star proved'to'be'Alpha Crucis.   I  had never hcard'of the star-before.   'I  looked it up on tlie star, map.    It was  one of the stars of the Southern Cross.  What thought I! Have wc been sailing  with the Southern Cross in the sky of-  nights and never known It?   Dolts that  we   are!     Gudgeons   ana'  moles.'     I  couldn't believe  it.    ,1   went over the  problem again and verified it.   Charmi-  an had the wheel from S till^lO that  evening.    I told her to keep lier eyes  open aud look due south for the Southern Cross, and when the stars came out  there shone the Southern Cross low on  the horizon.    Proud?   No medicine man  nor high priest wits ever prouder.   Furthermore, with the prayer wheel I shot  Alpha   Crucis   and   from   its   altitude  worked out our latitude, aud still'furthermore   I   shot .the   North star,  too,  and it agreed -wit!! what had been told  mo  b,y   the   Southern   Cross.     Proud?  Why,   the  language  of the stars was  mine, aud  I   listeueJ and iicai-d them  telling me my way over thc deep."  firts "  .perfectly  because  each "garment"  . is made to fit aii  'individual type of  ���- figure. ;,     .  After   it   is" finished   and  goes   to   the   laundry   for  its   final   washing,  each !  garment'   is   tested   on  models   ranging  from \ 1  , to '50 inch bust measure- !  merit.    Thus the   size is  'determined   accurately1.1,  And 'the'-size as  marked '  ' is  exact,  and   stays' so,<,  because Stanfield's Under- .  wear   can't   shrink  stretch.  ��� u'?r4  '    rfe.  . * <$m  .<"s  qor  -.Your'dealer will'likely   have-all"'  ���    sizes and. weights.     If not, he can   .   <J  * ' get them for you.   * * ,3,'���  STAKFIELDS LIMITED'  TRURO, N.S.  n  Weight of a Lion.  What docs a lion weigh? Those who  know the look of the king of beasts  best aud1 how small his little bod\  really is will probably conic farthest  from the truth About 300 to 330  pounds is a usual estimate, but a full  grown lion will tip the scales at no  less than fiOO pounds. Five hundred and forty pounds is tlie record for  an African lion His bone is solid and  heavy as ivory The tiger runs the  lion ven- clo^e A Bengal tiger killed  by an English otlic-er scaled5'J0 pounds  A tiger lhi< --i/.e has. however, considerably more muscular strength than  A   Neutral   Zone.  A treaty has been entered into with  the  United   States  to  arrange  a  neutral zone 011 either side of the inter;  national   boundary,   fine- in   order 'to       .  .      .    ���   ,.       ., . . ,  ������,,..  prevent the erection offline houses for    trogen-ts ordinarily required. The new  Pure  Nitrogen,  ('iipiiiicnlly    pure   nitrogen,    hitherto  b.'!iv>\cd to In- pr.ii-tlcilly unobtainable,  i.s  now   frwon oui  of liquid nil* in  the  ii"w process of I'mfcs-sor II. Erdmann  When   liquid  air  n evaporated  at at  mospheric   prcssric   the   nitrogen   becomes   ga-scons   tit   10."   d��'sreoa   below  K,"o  and   the   h\\;tii   at   IS-  degrees,  anil      an      Intermediate      temperature-  causes nitrogen  to dNt.ll off In somewhat; impure Jont't.    Thc   nearly  pure  gas-serves."tlic"in:rpos<'s  for which"ui-  ?-,  the illegal sale of.'-liquor, and the evasion  of  custom?   duties.  IT takes hard rubbing to get cooked starch  * into a fabric, because cooking starch increases the size of its particles or cells  fourfold.  fa*. -���.���������***"> '"=����� "i appetite ....  !��t, ar,d frequent headaches, and  t��e sees your coated tongue, he will  �������, ,��.u "re bilious."   Ayer's Pills  I wen m such cases.  ��*>y th, j. c. ^.M Oo>> x^weil. Haw.���-  legs?  Her Adored One.  Father-Ton can't, have him! Daughter���Oh. papa, yon once said you could  deny me not hi: ���-:'. Father���Well, lie  comes as near heing "nothlug"' as any-,  tiling I know of.  Conundrums.  How   do   guns   kick   without  They kick with their breeches.  What did Jack Frost say when h&  proposed to the violet? Wilt thou,  and it wilted. '-������..'  Why is a person reading these conundrums like a man condemned to under  go a military, execution-? Because he  Is pretty sure to.be riddled to death.  Minard'n  Liniment Cures  Burns, etc.  e  process .makes it possible to obtain the  chemically pure, which is done by placing liquid aliv.in.ii good..vacuum,"-when,  the rapid'' vaporization'.of pnrt-of-the  liquid chills the remainder, solidifying  the nitrogen in crystals tlmt can. be  separated from the,liquid oxygen left.  SPECIAL TO GRAIN SHIPPERS.  It takes years to learn the best methods of handling giain. We have had  thirty years' experience handling  grain in this country, have a branch  oflice at Foit William and close business connections, at all grain centres.  Ship your grain through us for  prompt returns and good services.  References,   Union   Bank  o^ Canada.  Manitoba   Commission   Co.,  Grain    Exchange,     Winnipeg,      Man.  Increasing Our Ills.  It is rather surprising to licnr thnt a  Gernnui'doctor  who  has  drawn  tip a  list  of  all  thc  diseases  to which  the  human body is liable has returned the  ..number of-them as only 1.1 OO.  Any one  among  whose   acquaintances  there   is  an  amateur  invalid would have  supposed that there were many more ways  of  being  ill   than  that.     Eleven   hundred   is: a   very   poor  figure for  these  times loo.   With all the advance made  In medicine in the past century one expects something in six figures at least.  Still, the number of diseases known Is  mounting steadily.   There are already  dozens of ailments, from sleeping sick-  NeverSticks.   Requires no Cooking    { noss to tennis elbow, that our fathers  The Bnmtford Starch Works. Umlted. Braptford. Canada     ' never hail. ���Lonti":! KeVTS.       ',  Celluloid   Starch  soaks into the fabric ia  its raw state, fills, the  little spaces and is then  enlarged    by-  the heat  o f.thc  iron ���  making  the surface pcr-  f e c 11 /  smooth  I and   leaving   the  fabric thoroughly  stiffened.  It gives greater  beauty and longer life to your linen.  Vour grocer can supply it if you insist.  yyyi:  yyi.y  - ayy..  AM:.  y.ZS'tiiy.:.  [ '-'.blifi'  ^b  yy^ipi,'  ��� yyyyyy:  Ohickoiie.1, Swolleu Tissues.  Curbs, ITillod Tondoug, Soren".  P,?J��. "n^ Brills, or Strain.  Cures Sparta lameness, Allaya  K.    ? , -*-0. 5 not Whiter, t.oio'��  tbo  hnir or lay   tho hnr��*    up.    ��2.00 V  bctt.e,   d&IlTored.       Book   1 D   tree.  K2LV     w_.W.����,lI_:VK' JR-   0"��Hndj;.00  rtZ^J.iJ n    ToF.-Syno"".   S..r��tnn.   Oou.7.  .-;,    i.?        ,  D��D,'��"��.   Varleone  Veins, V.rlci  !��� 9. Hydrocele.    AlUy. pain.    Rook/���,...  W. F. TUUNB, P.D.F.. 137 Monmouth St.. Snrinolield, Mass.  MM AN, SUNS J. CO.. auntrril, C.o.Jl.n An-nl..  Alia furnished by Mariln Bit, �� Wi/nn. Co., Wlnnt'ctj,  Tht Rational Drug A Chemical. Co.. Winnipeg, and Cclgarf.  anj Htndvcsn Bro4. Co. Ltd.. Yaj,oouo.r.  >ENMANSHIP"?rn^T.Bp"-w!.^,vl  rL,mi[nnuiin , Tt.j,)rrM,hy.iuiii ��.!  bnslnesw subjects thon.iiulily Uiii��lit Writ*  lor p.-irticulars. Catalogues tree. Andrew  WlNNIl'EO HUSI.VKNS CO I. LB OK,  oor. Fortasa Aye. ami Fort St., WIKNIl'EO.  ,  G.   W.   DONALD,   Manager  And   Principal     for   Fourteen     Years  ��� 1 - ���    -���-1  W.    N.    U.    No.   711.  <;'we  .*Kr~ .    ,   ��.J -vbiV^   & y    " - -     ,. *"   -,*��� ��� ���  ,'-' * ��(i ,v  -  l    ��"      It  ��� *--��...  ���>'_  TLIE LEADER, JN1QY1E, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  "    .1"    '  '    F.        ".  S'^i"*-  yv.y  1,1 �� 1 - .1  V*   *"  - c-~,' -  ��'., ' -7  -.'/-, ���<>"'���  w"t  -. i   ,.. . '  1 y-i.v  - *',.'.-'  ��� _* rt  i'* .%.-" -''  ;��� :-"b"b  'Mi    *,  r -. ;>' /  -,S"'v  ������^ ? -i * '  ;, *��� **V��  ," V -     ,    '  ^ m _ *.  "..     '    ,   .     J  ,jb -��.  - v *v ;  "(   ���,'!-���  '  si-V.;-  i C-r,'   v1  ���$.V*;  ii', - -j  ���"���*#;:"���.  **-y - j  a-; ���,  # t    '���-.1  -," '. ���',  .'.<������ -��*���.,  'i�� ��'  i  k X*; .���  u '-' *���'��� '  ���t'- -.f^/.i  V, 1 >�����' r -  ��� ** i.; y-i  -i>" ft ������--*/.  A'.-li  3S Uib5  IBE MOYIE LEADER.  jPablished in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  P. J. SMYTH, Publisiibk.  Socialist Rally,  KATE    OF    SUBCKll'TIOK  'i  ���One Tear $2.00  J* 'r   ,'_.    I'"'!���_;.   ".  SATURDAY, OCT, *7. I908*  5=  M&.J1. L. JJOBDJSS"  y'-v'**-" jvv'"^ w-  i^.Ab4_, f,LC-/3_  t'/i >   , >���  nV*L   ,rl��     i  ���Vibl-'^-X  , > ,WiJ ���',V,��,,it.^,',  '{��� AV��, -;f?���_.*;1  -i^i.A-;c" )���>. ,-b"  The Socialises of Moyie held a"  meeting at McGregor's hall List  Saturday night. There was a good-  sized audience present and considerable enthusiasm manifested The  meeting-was opened by Tom Kelly,  who acted as chairman, and who  made a few remarks. He waa followed hy fas. Letnmon, a local Socialist, who delivered an ��� interesting address. Then came the speak-,  er of tike evening, Wm. Davidson,  Socialist; candidate in this riding  for member of the Dominion commons.   Mr , Davidson   addressed  the audience for nearly two hours'  i a i  and spoke fluently upon tho issue?  of the campaign from the Socialistic standpoint,  and occasional^  it.   Joseph's   Convent  KELSON, B, C.  rsnurding and Day School conduct  fd hy ibe Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  li. 0. Commercial and business!  courses a specialty. Excellence and  *wift progrfo*, chatac.teniae each do-  j .mriment. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  ,;omtn,nce January, April -and Sept  Pupils are admitted durinc term-  1. 0. 0. F.  Wlldey LoJO >*��* **"  Meets Tuesduy evenings in McGregor  hall  op   Victoria street.   Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordi ail y i n vi ted.  He^y Sait F. J. Smyth,  i Noble Grand. Secr'y.  of *t r,"yv- * '-"      *��  > .rv-.v^j-v'/i-''  rf_,i.J'-r"J-'; J.At.-^t,  WW  r7-��*-W #.  tri   ~* m��� .i * V.> ~   c  ��' ���'iJ'J/.y'.ii-'Jn *.  -'.I.;-.,* tv *% ���w-**f-|; -  lfcfec^.r  -j^   .    .   .  "piM?,^.*";.!  feM_ if �����-,.;.-'.  fe'v  *  ' . .fe1'^ ' ''".'-3. ��  o ,Tj "i.Sf- ' i*?.**[.  i, -.���%*; 5i"5; 5i,*  W-yi'rittis'K*-'.  ;^>ifei-'%feb>  r'l   ******    V    l*\ ^    "''  f ?���**/?'.*-"*���'  ',>V-*   *-;'>���''   v^,  ��� rW    ���J"'*B **'  '���y^A t ^^;>>  <-H%bfy%h-t  'Kf.'t1'j��^"i.'  .l-.'*5i'i!'.<l:?i'U.C  Nn.^.'"j5',<>*j>wji ���*��  if/.jS-^.$  .-l'#y^^  '��.'; by', wiji.^*-*  ,lf4 ��  S-'r*.f  , M..;, 'is  \-x'   ',  -^ *'^r* ,-  -v '.. '  . ir  .���<-;  .*    * ���  ; bby-y^'b-i.  ��� I ^.'^t'.r.'1.���."-���;*- J -.-fry '  -!.ii"��b' '/-���'-'.���'' vig -j  yy^s.-'  ;'lb  .(,-,.;  The following tribute to Mr. IL  T_. Borden, the .Conservative loader, is published by the iVew, Fork  Tribune.    , '  "* "Thirteen years younger than  -the prime minister, he was born  jiolitically, in tha year that L\u-  i er came into power. In' 1001,  five years after - entering parliament, this almost unknown Haii-  fax lawyer was, elected leader of  i *      iw i      i ���  his 'party ,iu  succession    to   Sir  Charles Tupper.  Tact, a quiet/and  .growing   personal ; popularity,   a  ^ood' legal    reputation,   a- pro-1  no j need   and    favorable   impres-"  ' This-lie   .Brand   Creamery  Batter 3 pounds foi*��1._00  ,G,o]den    "West    Creamery  and   Tliistlo    ]-5rand    Dairy  St. Kugmo I.oil6�� No. a".  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  evening Jn   McGregor  bail-ftt-S c'clock.   Vis-  , iling brothers invited.  H,. O. fyvESLEV,   - K- A. HlLT.  Chancellor Com. ' '  K. K. and S,  Shoe Repairing  Mining SHoes  made to .Order  bombasting the tivo candidates of  the opposing parties-and particn    r>   n.      n- i i  larly' Smith   Curtis.    Heheld his J Blltter 2�� CenlS Per P0UIld��  audience and his address was well  received.  Business Meeting  The aunual business meeting of  the Presbyterian church will be  held on Friday evening next at 8  o'olock. A hearty invitation i��  given to all interested in the work  of the church to attend, when re*'  ports from the various branches  will be giyen, . "  P; .BURNS & CO  /���  MOYIE, B. C. '  Moyie ' Miners'   Union  -   No. 71 W. F. of M.r  Meets in McGregor liull every Satur-  dny- eveninff.     Sojourning   inemUerH  are cordially invited to attend.  AUlcolm McJJfe.tt    Thbs.'E, Kelly  ���'<"'��� t rresident. .'   v} " ��� ,   ..Secretary  On "Wrong. Tra-ckb, ���  Casting aside his cigarette,  the  I stage villain   gnashed   his teath  t\;,n as to ]|is ability, were the ele- v^h a grafciuK ^     'd that'remiud-   ^ort'Sfceele P O I_OJr 'ai 1  ,nent3    of    preliminary    success.  fl'd OQ8 of t]lV breaking  up. of an  - P'      .��X ^  T. T. McVittie.C.E., J    T i. S. H. Y, Parker, C  HcVITTIE & PARKER  ' _. if*  "0|?ROVJSCIAIi LAXD.SURVnVlXG  '  It     '"'..'       ' <-..'"'-,  KAIXWAV&   MINING   ENGl.NEKKI.Nff  ' ..     i    '  '���'.,''   Eslimates Furnished.'  '. There was' no oratorical geniu3,in  ] is personality, no raging rough-  7 es*. _or clever bitterness, or en-  ^husiastic rashness in his' political  . .character.. He gave the'impression, which still exists and" grows  iv;ith every ye.^r in the, populai  juind, of a. sincere belief in ddfined  partyt principles,' of cleanness in  pdt'soual and  political  life, of  in  ice gorge,   , ".'''.  TTa, me proud .beauty! I will  yet bring you to the dustl,  -Nothing doitig twitted llie fair  heroine, with a wan little smileb.  The man to win my heart and  'land must bring the dust to me.  . ���  _       ' .      {.   "     ������ ��� ��� j I Grown granted.    One acre cleared  stinctive fairness in cljaraecer and . b   * - -tMma ���<���,������  ��� "  ' ;     FOY\, SALE.  ���  100 acres' of unimproved  land,  near Kingsgate, B.C , surveyed and  OPFICESI -,  P. O. ISox 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  Harvey,    McCart^r  &  * * y Macdonald.    i ,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Elc.  -   '- " '"   . ������ f''  Cranbrook,   -   -^ B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO,  B. E. WALKEE, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager -  ESTABLISHED J88T  Paid-up Capital, SlO.dbo.ooo  Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000  *R. A. SMITH  "sijoisatAKEii,  MOIYE/  13. -C.  W.F.GUBP,  ���-'��� - '���-   --,     #**��� . -���  BABKISTB��,'SOWCJTOP.  ��TO.'  CRA.NBROOJC.  B. C  BUY YOUR  cpnspicuqus hogegty i^'   purpose.  He,is earnest and at times aggres-  bive, and is improving steadily as  a public speaker, and growing rap-  ' i lly  in   popularity  and   respect.  )[e has become a master of patlia-  jnentary rqles and debate.  H 3 be  lieves in public ownership of rail  1   i  ways  and, other   utilities   ijader  specific conditions. ��� He_puts honesty in, the administration of affairs as above all else ia public  life."   L  ind shacli built.    F.jr"terms apply  00     JAMfi^ I{.obeht��,-A] oyip, 11.0.  ALSO' '   ���- h '  A 5-roo'm house, newly painted,  vhd papered.    Situated at Moyie.  iVPP'S-' to      -      '    JAmes   ltC|13EKIiTS.  Nelson is tQ pe congratulated  wpon winning fqr the sooond year  in succession the silver  cup given  1  a.t the Spokane fair for  the  best  mineral display.  The Cleveland PlainJealer says  ,that a 6)&y on the planet .Jupiter  1-1 eq'ial to 50,000 days on earth.  J\mcy going to an afternoon tea  party qn Jupiter.  A Spokane woman had her hus-  T} ind arr^stpd  and then   pawned  her diamond-* to g^t him out.    So  ffl^ny   woium , dju'b   apprec'ats  jnen lentil it is too late:  A quartette of Phoenis capitalists took a local physician to in-  soecfc a Fourth of July mining  proposition. "A network of veri-  poje veins'' is s.vid cq have been  %\ie diagnosis,  Oo You Thintt "  Fop Yoorsfeif ?*  Or. dq you open your mouth like a younff  trulp down whatever food or medi-  ciffered you 7 -���  4t .      vh        >d ���&  an lntellltrerjt thlnlclr.it wqtn&n.  ln need of\pl>cf Irom weakness, nerfOUiiiess.  pain and suB^Vlne. then lt means much to  you that there-A one lrie<^ itntl true hor^fr  mwllylnf "np'gvnwif np^pr^jT-myt, aoldJbT  druggists for the curo of womiifi Ills.  ttr i4? ijf ^f iy  Tho makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription, for the cui-o of weak, nervous, run-  dow'.i/qygr-ivfprked^debll ltatcd. Daln-racked  women, knowing- tbl^mcdlcino to bo mado up  ot lngTcdlcnts. every ono of whlcji has tho  strongest possible Indorsement of tbe lcadintr  and standard authorities of tbo gpvpral  schools of practice, are perfectly wlUlnif. and  ln fact, are only too glad to print, as jhey da  tho formula, or list of ingredients, of which  lt Is composed, tn ptooi English, on G7ery  bottle-wrapper.  * * * ttr-   '   *  Tho formula of Br. Pierce's Favorite Pre-  scrjpfcian will bear the most critical examination of medical experts, for lt contains no  alcohol, parcotlcs. harmful, or habit-formlqg  drugs, and no agent enters into it that is not  bichly recojnmepded by tho most advanced  and leading niodi^al teachers and author?  Hies of their several schools ot practice.  These authorities recommend the lngredlentt  o?'l_ir'."_'iLfce''s Favorite Prescription Tor the  euro ot exactly the sarriifitfl.ments for s.[]lcri  ibU'worlcl-l'afneii "medicine Is advised.  ��� I,   , ,*-      "  y Candv  A B, Stewart \ Goi  C.H.DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor.'Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C. .  DR: F.B: MILES,     (b  '3_>lJ_E3_KT'2C,I_s',a7.''".;  '%  .-*        '   * t - -S      j",   P-  Cranbrook/   ,       B, C.  nw.^'i^fH.Tim .  1 n-j. MiHVumimKji  DESAULSIEK     BKOS,    I'opsl j  Lar^e sample room in connection  with1 house for commercial men. Be  of accommodations.  Headquarters  for   Com-  ,     mercial and Mining Men,  QUEENS AVENHE,      MOYJK, M. 0'  George H Thompson,   ,  ��� i < i   -,  .<     *    ��� . 'Uarristke, Solicitor  b���tary Pubuc, &c. " y  URANBROOK;^ ���   BitiTioH Columbia  W, E,,BEATTY  . n _*���,     ^  ( I       - *��� " '    , 1^ I  i*_SBib_.in_Pr and Undertaker,  Phone" 9.'  CRANBROOK  Another fall poet has come to  the front with the fallowing: Tlie  ���jnelaucholy d iy-< h ive c im), with  icy breezas chilLiJ, when thought  fjf eiqpty coal bins rise���the bins  fchat must be filled.''  J ie M" irfci'i ,sai-l on a public  platfor n in Victoria ou S-iptem'-i^i*  S3: "I think it is, only fair to say  |;iiat when the Conservatives were  thrown oijt of piwer in 1S93  yvery mem-i ir of th.it govaronq Jnt  Waa a poor man."  ij. rji tjt rj�� tfy  No qthor medicine for woman's ills has any  suchnrofessional endorsement as Dr. Pierco'g  jfavonto Picscriptlon has received, in the nit*  aualificd recommendation of each of Its  several In erred leuts by scores of leading medl-.'  cal men of all the schools of practice Is  such an endorsement not -worthy 'of your ,  consideration ? i  tti 4> ifc ifc ��t>        *     !  A booklet of lnsrcdlants. with numerous |  "fc.uthorp.tive profcslonjv) endorsements by tho  leodlnc medical authorities of this country,  will be mailed free to any ono sending name  and address with request for same. Address  P& B. Y. Plerctv Buffalo. N. Y. f      j  NOIIC'K.  (IKASI)O(JOIC  LAND   DISTKiCT,   DISTRICT  W K\ST KOOTKN.iy.  TAKE nrjllre tliut Oainhnan Minlnir rompauy  Limited with head ollice at Moyip, K. C. oc-  (-upntli)n >11 ii I ii t? Companv, intends to api-Iy  for prnnis-iion to puruhusc thu fq!l(|rt|i|jf des-  i-ribi-ii lands.���  CnmmeuciTigat a t>Ost plunte.l on the Knsl  houndnry of bit 1C,1, Group ��� 1. Kootenav His*  t-iot, }\ C ZUfi'c squth 11 do.'ress A3 mlnuto*  ��cvt from the N'orfi Kiis,' e'l-ner of snid lot  fifii  tliL-nic south 11 dcitrers SI miiiiiti-s  ucsl  IffRg. W. C. OLIVER,  PARLOR  MILLINERY.  Latest Styles of Ilats.  Residence, Q,ueens Ave.  NOTICE  i **-  CRAXBOOOK LAND-DISTRICT. DIbTRICT  OF KOOTENAV.  TaKE nolicu that Charles 0. Farrell,'" ol  Moj ip"It. C occupation Miner intends, to ai-  ply for permission to purchase the followii g  described lands:���  Commenting J.t a poht planted on the uorth-  enst corner of Lot No.' 80Q3, Groqp One (1),  Kootenay D'htrict; thencu cast 10 chains  thenee ton'h 40 chaliis; thence west 40 chains,  thence north 1)chains to point qf commencement and containing 1(10 acres mure or lesi.  CHARLES C. FARRELL.  Dated Poptcmher 15th, 1��08,  NOTfCJK  rrtlN'BROOK LAND DISL'iUOT, DISTIUC1  OFSOUTIIE:c^DlVL-!IO*J east kootenay.  TAKE notice that I, J. W. nt��h nifciit for  'on,.,i I. Citi'li 'of .M..\ti-. it c oeoiinntion  Ftorekcepci. intends to apply for vermis ion to  p   f< litmi; the fulluwfUK dejoril)cd lend -^  C'Biii'neu.iiii',' at a \���,m pluptcd -j.0 chains  south of the North west ( orner of preemption  U-'i IV. L. Meredith Ald--Idi;u II, C. thi-nce north  40 cliaius; thence cast 40 rhiili)*- thencu south  XO eliaiim tlieneo ^vest 10 elialns to point of  ooir,ineneement, and containing que hundred  and bixty acres, nu-ro or less,.  LOUISA I,. PITCH.  per J. \y. Eitch.  MATE September 2S, liWfl.  NOTICE.  CRANBROOK   LAND UISntlC'T,  PlaTIlICl  il nig Enst houndnry or said lot 7-i.'i 41<i l lect: | OF .SOp'I'lIER**,' DIVISION EAST KOOTENaY  Mieiir-e l-'uvtnsi k-.-t to the luitli water murk ft j TAKh notiue that I Ilenrv J. Coojier of Moj Ie  l.iwer Mime Lake, tlienee fullo wiik   tlie   hljh    B. (,'. occujiatiou illaekhinlth,  luieuds to apph  |l[li^A��^i  M ;. Tt. L. Q ,1'J ),i [t bning vig ~>r-  0'isly assailed by II m; W. S Field  log and   g-ivernm-i-it  sp-iak^rs   iu  t!ie east be'^nse he   his promts id  t-i see ju -iticj d hih B ici^h G ilun  jlvtj, in r;h-< m liter if be'fct'jr terms  .T lis is all th'i in >-e reason why  7 ie pe-ipl.rt of I., ioi-ih Columbia,  jrrespActive of p liitics, should sup-  jj >rt his   candid ites   in this   el.-cr  ���^j:jq.*=:^jldvja Xj.vs.   ,'.,���"���  water mark of lower Moyie Lak.-. in a northerly  ���llrection a rtlstaiiceof 41C 2 feet more or less  to'point of pommencement, coutaiulng 1.7S  acres more or less.  CAMBRIAN MINING   COMPANY, LIMlfED.  (KON-1'GK.SON'AL LIABII.ITYJ  't.:hi)s. A. JIacKay,   Agent  DATE Sepl.cmlfer, 30th. 1908. .'.-'".  NOTIUK.   .  ;   SOUTHERN   DIVISION   EAST    KOOTENAY-  ���'.AND DISTKIUT.    DIsriUCT OK EAST KOOTENAY.  TAKE notice that William Liiwsnii and John  Wur.ieliinitt of Movie. IJ. C. iK-c.-n.atloii, niln-  -.-rv, intend loai.i.ly for permissiou to purchase  .lie follovvum di-sf-rllii"l lauds:���  Comm'-nciiig i��t i) p-isi pliintiMl at Hie North  ���'list eoiuer of lor Sl'Jl ilii-n.-i- twenty chains  .vest following the iiortlitiuiiiiiInry.il shi'iI lot,  hence eighty oliains nirtli ni.ne or Ic-.-..-,- to the  -null hoiiiiilary ol (I. li. fowi-ll's timber li-.nil  'hence twenty chains east mure ur less to the  wi-st shore of the Upper Moyie Luke llieiiee  following salii west shore sen!!iwards to the  poiut of commence ncut.  \.        WILLIAM LAWSON,  .TIIITN- WI'IISCHMI.T.  MATE September-JJ.I, .UK  for perrn|s^f<)i) tq pMrcl^a-je thc   following   des-,  crih'ed lands. ,;  Cominen.cing at apojjt rilan(ed on the west  hank of the jfnyip river nhout 1$) yurils soutli  of (he Little Jfp.vie river, thcuce.^est 10 chains;  thencu North 80 enairw; thence Ei|st 60 chains;  more or less to Moyie river, tiieijcp soijfh along  river bank to point of oqnynei'oeifipib. contain-  ing ICO at:** more pr less. ,,  HENRY J. COOPER  Sept. 14th.1908. '  INTERNATIONAL  i r t* 1  HOTEL,     :-      '  i ^  ' This^hotel is no\\' under  new  - management, and is first class  . in every respect.    ,  B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.  i  Victquia Street.   . . MOYIJR  gentlsm:e^t���  If 3'ou "\vant a  stylish,  up  Lo clatp tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering clsp\v]icre.  Wg guaratee  all  Our Work.  Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOTE  ^lerchaut Cf^jlor.  MOYIE, B. (  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  ���      '    ' i �� *  '" x' WHEN IN'  ..J   ���''.."' CRANBROOK  E. II. SMALL, M��nacer.  Good rooms, good  tables and* bar  '  and  tirat clasB samplenoniB.  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES  DBArTS AND. MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by  telegraph or letter. ' ....  i      '       "      ' i      '  COLLECTIONS made in all parts;of Canada and in foreign countries,  FOREIGN  BUSINESS:    Cheques and drafts on the United States,  1   .        Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. ���������  (JRANBROOK BRANCH.'.'       - .*!. / ''��� - R.T. B.RYMNEK.Wfi  Win. Jewell  ,   Express and Gener-  ' JlI   Delivery   Busi- i  ness.   ' Liivery   and,,  .Feed Stable.  WOOD: AND,    COAL  Eor Sale      '   : ]  Leave Orders,at  Gw.ynne'e Store.   .     ��  " ;'-  Gosmopblitan Hotel  i  I     '    ' HARRY DIMOCK,  Proprietor.    ' .       '  i   '  ' :���",:���       -   ,      '       ,   ' ,.  Nearest Hotel to the St. Eugene mine]  ���     ' i ,    ' i  . , ,    _ n '     ���   <  /      .    f . i  Headquarters^'"for Miners.        !  BAR SUPPJU ED WITH J3ESTBBANDS Q FB��lQOOKS AND ClGASj1  ������- y '  ,, Rates $1^00 a 'day.,'and'up.  y. i  '-V.    *'M��.���T  u  "t*  , i   ti   ..  .-  Moyie,  >:  Bii tishC Columbia  SEND  YOUR WORK " T6'THE  -    i  ���   KOOTENAY u  STEAM/;  LAUNDRY.  ���   NELSON";  All White Labor.  Liave work with the loe a) ftgent  A, B, STEWART.  O   F. DE -AULNIEK  L  DKALER   I.V  .(1  ; vl  Large assortment*- of^GO-pARTS-anti BABY  y   .,- * /CARRIAGES:, ^rncesjrom/^bp.' ���  Crfi-oofcb^obOptrSi^; b Storesl  ;  -,    ,o* /w^_     .  ,    t LIMITED. K ;:;,   ,    '  " V  ' '      '- -     '     I  MOYIE    HOTEL.  , P, F. jobjvstojy '  r,  1 J ��� ������ f  I  Thia Hotel is New and well Furnished - The  Tables are Supplied with* the Best the  Mar&et affords., The Bar. is Pilled with  ! the .best Brandsof Liquors and Cigars.  *��� i * t , , i  1 \        ���    .       - ��� '  f       ���,      HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIALS  I    - " - AND MININQ MEN    'b  g     .JOYTC ^  ��� - _'_ __ t   BRITISH COLBM��Uj  PPOMPT DEL4VERY.  Q,ueens'Ave.   t  MOYIE  Moyie Beer  RAILWAY  Excursion Bates  From MOYIE   to   Victoria, B. C, $22.85  Selling datps Sept.   19th   to  24th.  Final Return _fiimit, Sept 30th.  Geo. R. Leask & Co.  EUILDER$ AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Wpik i3 our  Advertisement  KOTIOB.  CHASRROO'K I.AKIJ ^lHTtirtj-p, niSTRICT  OFSOHTHKUN  DIVISION, HAST KOriTKN'AY.  TA K K notice Hint I Win. Mcn��H(ra|l, of Mqyle  K. C. rx:ci|pil'inii Mine Surveyor, lntei|(tx Ip Hp-  uly for permission t�� pun-liase tlig fjjllfj^-jii^  (leccrlliort larifl; J  Oiinrnt-ririnRiit n rpst l|liti[I'ifl f)i) the shore  .!/ Mn-yie.I.ttKC l,l-,()l|t ij��e CTiintis '11-tftiit, in n  -vMitli W.siuily fllrwilon from *he Nonh West  i-oruuf nf I^it-NQ. 7W The I.iikc SI)orc mineral  i-laims, Uiuncu wi-st Vp ohnlns; tifencc Bonrh 20  -hHlns; thence cM��t 20 rfisir.s; thence northerly  0 clniinH to |iolii{of commemcineut, ami cou-  !ui mug -10 acres, more or lens.  WILLIAM MeOOUOALL.  ' Uated A-.iJ?iist r-'tii.  Head   Offigk,:  CI.A^BROQK '.'"        r  See    -  Nelgon, B, C,   $4,65  Sellinpr   dates f.ept 21^t to   25th.  Final Return Limit Sept, 2(3th.  As made by the present hrower is admittedly tt^t  Best Beer inEaat Kootenay. With, the-Best Malt ami j  h e Purest Spring Water it is unoxcelled /or quality. !  Insist on having Moyie Beer, -  Bottled and Draft Beer.  f  CFAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  MOYIE, P.fjl  @(@@����  B. C.  V, S, Uddieoat, Moyie, B. C.  get yo art  BREAD,   CAKES   AND  PASTRY  FROM  Summers & B[amiltoii,  New   Westminster   or  Vancouver.    ,  .Sellinj? dates  Sept.  2fi   to   Qct  2.  FiuJVl Retiirn Jliimit Out. 7 th.  Corresponding .iat.es from other  points. Apply tq - local tick��c  igentsi for .berth reservations, etc.  . 15}. yL'jPAUX'ni,   G.P Ay  \yinnipf*g,   Man.  T. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A.  Calgary, Alta.  '���A Do'lliuvpavcti is a '/.  earned. Got boots at Long.  An up to date stock of reliable and  good fitting-Boots-and Shoes, *^Jninf  and Lumber boots to measure,  $8.0Oup?  iron1  "0.  1  POST OFFICE  BLOCK,


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