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The Moyie Leader Oct 14, 1905

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 ���I., .Y- '  (j  Gf  ;. 8, NO. 27  MOYIE, B. C_,  OCTOBER 14. 1005.  12 A YEAR  Now Is the Ityir^r^  EPAIR1NG  LOCAL,MEWS.  GOES ON  BOwRcrlo  C8Q  .To tliiiifc about "buyiiig your winter  "supply of .VEGETABLES; We are, in  h better "'position -than/ever- to ��� supply  frvour needs in "all .lines-of goods. ' Get^ our  I Lotations." on-,, vegetables,' "butter - and  i itor's "before yoii throw away your money.,  itfe can-'Save\yqu/mqney, andtbat 4s  .what you' arelookirigjor; IMs not econ-  ^ Ly to buy cheap stuff. -, .We buy the high  Sblassgqo'ds andcan-coijipareprices with  | Work is. Rushing at  |    - -St; Eugene. \  I SEW HOIST '  #  m  The '30 New Machine Drills  Ate Here' For' Develop-  , ment. -      "-���   "  *U .        -���   v'.'-l   *  I'     i 'l >i.l.**< "'(. ���" S*u  '     " ''_._, q-  -��� >^Iia-ngioapitaU,$8,7p0,00OJ  - "5^-W^*-^^'- ���' 3,5O0,OOO       ,..  v -v v'Reserye, ^.,^.r ',*v,       .VSho'000'(^so;-w)  1*/   ^;TotalfResources  > Sl;uuu,uuy *���.  _ .   *����"��� .*->*r-'f-Sr-    " -*".<*    ���' . j!1 '-'.^ % i""       *    1   ' " *"''";   ' -   fl '    v'     "* " '  ,,f     '>-*-" ?tr t_. o^l-JI:Vt'\-PrLent:-IUte of interest 3*per cent./  l,**\   ,    t- ^r/T't-' .V|-lH't'."'_;"l'--' '.--"'".V. ' "i  -v'Vv'' /'V Vi niiinsc    MPB  -jj^^^gisaasa-aaEasssEaspasa.  f T ��� V  \! The-work of  repairing,1 the 'damage  done by the -'recent   fire. 't at < the   8t.  Eugene,   ia,, being * pushed   with alb  possible  speed.    The-framework for  'the blacksmith shop is up and will be  boarded in   today,' ,*and ' everything as  being placed io readiness for.' erectiug  the big shaft house-as soon as the lumber "arrives.   A new boiot, as duplicate  of    iho-   old  one,   has been   ordered*  from the Ottnmwsi-Iqwa, Iron   Work,  and  this  firm 'guarantees to have.it  built'. and* loaded  on' board - cars for  shipments in 40 Jdays.1* However, in.  the meantime a temporary hoist  will  bo  brought'oyer, fro 11'Rossland and  will be uaed until the. new-one arrives.  This willprabably be ins.alledL-uwitbLn  ten days' time, when the work of siuk-  ing ihe'.shaft  an- additional  160 feet  ;vill be commenced,  ���This will be done  by contract, and Patrick Higgins  and  ,Mike Bonner  were' awarded   the.job'  within the past day or two.  * The 30 new-machine'driljs are.^here  so that there will be no more barriers  to*''pushing '   development' ' work.  Nearly 150- men;' will  be "ej^ployed.  TuVmillwiirbe closed'down and ,npv  shipments, .will,be^ad-^uhtii'. every-'  thing 13 iu shapf  again.    _' y ,-.  >The caxi3e "of "the -fire   is"' still' a  mj-sf-ery.      ^ ^s*z f -   *  c .'-. \  \A   .  insure your property, with F-rrell &.  Smyth.     '     * < t   '  Prof. Wilson, the violinisf, has ^otie  to Midway."   ', ' '-  'win. J. Feltham returned thia week'  from a trip to ItosaUnd.  Ch'a*.   Livesley, returnelii  from his  trip to the coi��t Monday'.'  Mr< and ilrs-'Casey  relurneJ   from  th?ir eastern trip Tueaeday.     ' >, - -  ���   Rev. a, EL 1'iulay is  now  pastor of  the Moyie PresbjHerian church. ������  Patrick Higsins ��3 building  a  new  houiC in the goverment addition,  Geo. Crowe'u  bakery  in  th. Farrell  block is nowlopen for business.      ' \ ,  Moboney Bros, gave' another   very  good entertainment, Ust   evening  in  Eagle hall.?       -,  ^        ' '    ,''-.,.  ' A-S-ephensen/elurne-Hrorn C)ma-  ha "yesterday,, Mrs. Stepheesen will.  .ome.weBt later-   ����� ,*  ' Al' Eichard5on,!>who has been in  Vancuaver for some time, returned to  Moyie Monday..'. ,. '> ,_ ' ' ",  ' 'A Social bop\wa3 given in Eagle  hkll Mo��day.'nsght/;and all-.who attcu-  <��ed'enioyed,lbems'elve3 thoroughly.- ���  Jack Kilhainj.a gambler, was brought  ��� c_..'l '''.TMnMtnn   lVoHnp;d*V   'tO  january'Vst  Raih  C2S^E^a_2_____^SE_S_  | Our First Car of Okanogan  POTATO!;  Will'Be- Laid  By Then,  SO SATS E. J. R(  AND  GETABLES  Gonstniotioii:Wor^ on Oor:  hinLine Is Going Ahead <���  ��� ���' Very Satisfactorilv"   ,'  Try "A Few Cans of - ���  ' i  "Old Homestead Brand"  it  Vegetables and Fruits at;  .:>TiTGH'S,  Fefnau'suInvesti_ieuts/  CollectioB^it^  Farrell  riled on  ol    -  lt    WftS  Popish  times  those who u^.fiiSifS.'  [Wear the Derby Shoe  | FOB COME0BT AKD DURABILITY.   _  < None other better and few to equal tor satisfac-  ' tion and price. For sale by  E. A. HI  ' The Canadian Metal company has  now secured control of the Pilot Bay  smelter, and Blue Bell mine, and will  begin operations as soon as possible,  certainly within a month. (  While all details of the plans of the  company are not yet determined, it ^ is  definitely decided to operate' the concentrator at Tilot Bay as soon as it can  be restored to working" order after its  seven years of disuse.    '  The company h93 now two plants.  The newly constructed one at Frank  is'almost completed, and tho one at  BilotBay, just acquired, will need'  comparatively little remodelling or renewing.  What the relations of the two to  each other will be is not quite deter-  mined. It ia probable that the Frank  plant will be reserved for the treament  silver arid lead ore to < which , it can  .easily and readily.be adapted and th-U  the Pilot Bay smelter will treat zinc  ores exclusively.  - r  Called to Nelson,!  kAs Rev. D. M. Purely bag been called fill a vacancy in the Nelson pulpit;  there will be a union service of the  Presbyterians and Methodists in the  Methodist church tomorrow evening.  Rev. G, H. Finlay, pastor of the Presbyterian church will officiate.  THE   LEADING  LADIES' A*D MEN'S    FUBNISHEE.  Imperial Bank of Canada  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT  4  4  Deposits of $1.00 or "P"tar^/<;^Jcd  There is ;  Bank deposit  bettcr r����.l��ent than a '.Savings  OncJ.pponeil.il g��WB whether ,  ���v  . allowed-a'-t? currj.'.-'  .iddcd to  or   not.  rains   and: corn-  Interest  pounded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  ,  F m   PINKHAIV1. Manager..  4  4  1  si  1  ��� t  ��� i��  ' ?���  ���;  ��&  from Spokane'LJunetion Wednesday to  Movie and was' tried' aud "fined $25  and costs.       ���> ,' --- -   ' ?   , '  -  .Gteo. Fowell vrasup from Cranbrook  this week on buVmea. -in connection  with tha patent'gasoline lamps for  which he is agent. j  , J'. J. "Murphy. i_< atlll .selling' his  goods at cost for Vash, and is offering  some splendid bargains."MJ.ead,his 'ad  on another page of this issue, ' �� 4 -,  ��� C Boss Tate, of the Cranbrook -firm  of Wm, 'F. Tate-,% Son*, will ��� spend  two" days of each week* in Moyie ;doing  watch repairing,   etc., .s  '    # ; ,v  Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead and--.children ' returnedJ. the/first of__the r week  from their ranch on,the prairies, where  tbey spent a^onlh'dr'i'ix. "weeks., ,'-.  Kgr^'TF^le^iriBt^-rpf^snitings1  will soon be here.- He has ordered'some  very pretty .patterns and will be able  to turnout some sWell*saiUtof*-clothes  when his new stock arrives. > ' . ~.- -  ��� A .traiuload , of- sheep, numbering  between- 3,000, and 4,000, Pa*-sed  through Moyie Wednesday on' their  A-ayfrom Republic, Wash.) to Chicago. The sheep are from the Okanogan valley on the Washington side...  T. T. McVittie of Fort Steele and  Felix Levarick of. Denver, Coleardo.  were out to Movie' Wednesday.! Mr.  Levarick is a,mining man and is seriously thinking of making some investments in the distiict.  r "To Bonners Ferry by, January 1,  is tlie order tbat has gone out along  the,line',from'E. J. Roberta, superin-  teodent'l ot construction . on .the,  Spokane ,fcInternational- Railway.,/  Mr.1 Roberts'was in�� Bonners Ferry  on -TueaJay, on- business   connected  with the road.   JtEe stated ^while here  that, track-laying would commence ,at  the C. P. R. junction .on 2fov.  1.   The  first'   10   miles" of .the road���that .is  from Yahk sUtion on C. P. -R. ,to ' th&  international-^Aihdarv  line���will   be  ready for rails by_"_S.qvember 1.  Track-  laying will continue on'sb , that  Bonners Feery will' be reached by rJa.iuary  l.it'Mr. Roberts, has  it  figured   oui  right. -Reports from  the   contractors,  relative to the ' advancement   of   then  work, indicatee that the  grading caYt  completed in that time.-, The heaviest  wo,vk to be done is said  to  be iu   tha  .first eight miles east and north.of   this  place.1'- The ionnel'work has jiot( advanced with- the' 'other , work.   If, the  contractors are .able" to  complete   the  tunnels, there is not doubt  about   ac-  complighing'^tbe grading.   "^>y ,   .^  '   'While  it is evident that��the' rails  loss of .time  i -  will" arrive next week; If ycu wish to  biiy a quantity for winter use, we are  prepared-to quote * a very close, price' for ���  delivery from the cars. 'T-he prices- are  advancing and-we expect our next car  will be higher. Call and get our quotaT  tions'./,   ,       .' *���   r    \    > r<] '  j;  aeEaehern;  -AND���  VSS^SB&E  Macdonald.  il <t\  V  J  ^GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES.  .Stam'mering-is'unkown among savage'tribes.  -    >.)        ���:    : - f"  The _S"ew Weislminsler fair went behind nearly fl.6,000*." ,      /  j. i  ���xMETAL   MARKET.  _       -    r - . r -T  XeW'.'Yobk���Bar silver,'61J cents''  Lead,' $4.90., Zinc (spelter^ $5.90.*'' -,  LosDos-^Iiead, ��11 ]5s.\ * t  Vv i 1 '���  <-���'. 4h  ���'���' ?*_  - Ai]^.'-.-.  *_  ) .  i*  ;jt ;; *&/%.  lit , , rf-l*..t. fcaV  i;} -:i'-^4\  is "_*.-*.  llf1.  ���'���St  (������5 *K  ���-'���'.  Sixfeen cents a day is now good par  for unskilled labor in Japan.  EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD  .   VALUE  is our -.T.jO, 1G size, open face, Gun  Metal, lo jewel, aickle, (W. II. Wilson  special.) Can wo send yOu one?  Post paid upon receipt of price.  w.  Jeweler.  H. WILSON,  CRANBROOK, B. G  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN'IN   .... ���   - .  CRANBROOK  B. H. BMJtX.1^ aiauagor.  \ Good rooms, good tables and bar  cod  Orsi���elaB8_.axnplB.��>33iB;  The plasterers are working on J- S.  MrcEachern's new residence, and  Contractor Leask will be here next  week'to put on the finishing touches.  The house will be ready for occupancy  in about ten days' -time.  . Miss Struve of Phoenix will open up  millinery and dressmaking in Movie  on October 20th.' -Hats are* up to date  and ready to-wear. The ladies of  Moyie are cordially invi.ed to call and  inspect goods.. Alterations a specialty.         '   ii  Struck New Jobs.  Three of the men who were working  at the St. Eugene concentrator will  leave tomorrow to work in tbe Cork  mill at South Fork on Kaslo Creek.  They are Thos. Cameron, who will be  foreman, Geo, Stringham aud R. D.  Trevor"%(j   law ICatan oa C. P. B.  The Canadian Pacific Railway have  placed on sale daily till October 31st  at Winnipeg: St. Paul and all points  east of those terminal points, low rate  ono way colonist excursion 'tickets to  all-Kootenay and North Pacific coast  points. Send for your friends while  the low rates aro in effect. Full particulars from J, S. Carter, D. P. A,.  Nelson.   A Judicious Inquiry.  A well known traveling man who  visits the drug trade s.iys he has often  hoard druggisU inquire of customers  who asked for a cough medicine,  whether it was wanted for a child or  an adult, and if for a child they almost invariably recommend Chamberlain's Cough remudy. The reason for  this is that they know there is no  dauger from it and that it always  cures. .There is nol ths least danger  in giving it, for oou^bs, colds and  croup it is unsurpassed. Sold jby the  Moyie Drug ifc Stationeiy Stora.  wlil be-laid without any . ���_..,,  the''"-' rwd^Trill -not";-her-completed  by any "means, and thoseh who~ are  figuring qn'constmction work to~ sup^-  port-biisiness can.look^ahead yet for  a "considerable, period" ot, \ good^ times-  Tliere will still'remain much1 to do, to.  bring the road up to the standing required for sucessfol operation.���  Bonners Ferry Herald. .'  Methodist' Social.  *. ���   '     ������ -      i.  In spite of the closing down of the  mine the basket social given by the  Methodist Ladies Aid was successful  both socially and financially. To the  energetic labors of Mr=. Thompson and  her coadjutors must be assigned the  result of this effort to brighten the  social life of Moyie and help on a good  cause. The ladies ,desirb to express  their thanks to all who took part, especially to those not connected *w*th  the Methodist church.  Clersrvmen*stand'second in the -list  i-        . - * - ���-  ot inventors; mechanics first.i  i , ��� ^  To nil an  ocean Miner   from .New  TJcrk to Liverpool costs *. 50,000. tt   t" i  ' * '*���     t  , ' Sir William Mulock is retiring from  the.cabinet and from public life.  ..��.,-;'_   ; r_ * ���   V-r Tj,'' '-"���'*"  A'  ]i  '. t '!? ''"yir^'il  -��V'!!!l jfeV.'-fV  Shorter   1    [    \ .  1 *1-JI    111 J** J* 1    **3 *_I ���"?'���.�� 0"v ;  tt1'   '.', '     .     . ,v*:*"V;*' ��� '������"?Ifo"'  Hours. ' ',' - v,.-t -- "?' ���>���, >i;^;>.j  ;in_-"the  hour* of.   '   **���������*,    , ^-^'Hv.:."'';'-/-?-''-  ..~...     .��^. .    *1        *       ^  'i-Jj 'III    i.-."\!  ^_ " -   ^ , i      Jl^ . Vi J' '    Vl- ���j-*'1A''.  to'men em-r'    "',���..<    . *t      .  K:'t}y^  .,   ��     ' .J   ' * '     -'������",,' mS: W J *'  i, excepting   o   -.; p.   -���'   4 -���]>���!,ffitfy,  nd   thirteen".   0-.'-:'<   '.;,-*���,,'   *���{ '\ {���:,}  'W?.  Coleman now has a'fire department  with 600 ioet'-' ofi\,ho_e, '-hoseca.it and  evervthing complete.'       > '  '",*"'   j        'I      " -  i*   '  !    -��� ���* ���  '* - - ' .  "David H.iram." the novel. written  by Frank Noyes Wescott,' netted , tbe  author's estate'abonfc *.125,000.  The Catholic church *at Michel is  being fitted .up inside and will be  readv for occunancy early next week.  * * C*  VA   change- affecting "th�� hour* of  labor of a'nnmb.r xof rtlie   men ,em-  ^tloyed Jit the Trail smelter went  into  effect Wednesday.   'Hitherto  ployed around the furnaces,  feeders,  worke'd ' eleven  hours,    By* the'new  arrnu^tmetit  ih'_",  hours ofrlabor  have   been reduced   to-  eight, andt for the most 'part   the  men'   .   .  receive as much as formerly but 'their- :  duties are jnereased," and inlrthe"fevr* ,,"  *insJ,ancea��_ihJere'Uil3 fa ii'ob- done.   th��i--"*;���  rprinntinn   mttwucrr.*    nnlv    amnttntan tr.     ,      i  proposal   was  made by;the ^company,   by   whom ft.  was suggestedMh-a slight   rearrange���  ment ot the.men  might  be  made  eo.  t- i       *v .  that there would be practicallj- no  re���  duction in wages/ which   was readily-  assented tb'jby the men.���Trail Creek  News  .*��� -y���^..y  ,ft*y.v  .' .".'"if i,'   -���-/{_*? *.._4ft-*|  ,% <:. k  ,*, f.      !���:���'=   Colic Cholera and  Chamberlain S   rHarrhoea Remedy.  .Kever fiils.  B-jy it acw/" It ^V =**������>��� ��*������  OonmLitted for Trial.  Thos. McKee, the watch rep.irer in  the btore of W. H. Wilson, the Cranbrook, jeweler, was given a preliminary  hearing in Cranbrook Wednesday and  was committed for speedy trial. McKee stole nearly $1,000 worth of jew-  elery and money from his employer  and skipped to Winnipeg, where he  was arrested and brought back.  ���      ���"���   ��� *        ' t.  At The Aurora.  Michael Sullivan, manager ot the  Aurora, left yesterday - for Spokane,  where he will confer with Messrs.  Mackay and Wilson who h.ive tbe option on the property. The Aurora is  showing up fine and no doubt after  the couieronce thiug.'will take on new  life at the west sidj property.  ' Good Shows Coming.  "Hooligan's Troubles," to be pUyetl  here October 2Sth, is said to be full t>!  life, pretty gills and enough hum ->r to  staqger the audience,  H._rold Nelson will appear h"r* in  "Prince Otto" on the e<.emn0' o:  November Gih.  W. W.' Tutile has leasee' the Royal  hot6l in Fernie to Chas. Laderoute  aud Chas. Davey for a period of two  years. J  i  Ju'ius Hurle, formerly proprietor of  the Morrissey hotel at Morrissey, is  building a hotel at Midway and vfill  remove to that place as soon as hia  new place is ready for occupaucy.  Mrs. John Houston ia disposing ,of  her furniture and will leave Nelson in  a few days to join her husband in Ton-  apah, Nevada. Mr. Houston h.is writ,  ten expressing his intention to remain  there fcr tome lime.  < The To: Hand fair clo*es at 11:30  o'clock tonight. It was originally intended tbat October 15 should be the  closing day, but as   this   date  fell   on  fair has been a tremendous success.  V Tlie^Olose Down. .  There was a big bunch of men let  out last Saturday,and on the 10th at*  the St, Eugene on account of the fire,  probably 150 in all or half ��� the crew.  They scattered in all directions, ,but  most of them went to Rosiland, tha  Coeur d'Alenes and Butte. As is always the case many forgot to pay their  bills before*leaving and some of the  hotol men and' merchants- were hit  pretty hard! ��       i -  i.'-f  RESERVE.  Right of Way for Railways, Etc.  XOTICE islierebr giveu that a.11 Crown lands  alonq the located lines of any railway, powrar or  tramway company, Incorporated under authority of the Legislature of this Province, and having a n idth of fifty f50) feet on each side of said  I hue.., are reserved for rightof way purposes for  Sundav the   change   was   made.     The 1 such railway, power or tramway company.  W. S. GORE.  ,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands i Works.  Land* and Works Department,  ,   Victoria, B. C-, 3rd October, 1905.  Business   for Sale,  Fiue opportunity for parlj- with  small capital to yet into business for  hiraspU. Only s-.ore in town. Post-  office :n connection. Lively place.  Address "A. B���" Lr-adef office.  THE UOUO.  Chnroli Services.  Pkesbytsei in���In  ihe   O-li-feli-.n-  Elnll.    Suntlay School -n 3 p. i-i.   Ev  oning     service   .it   7. ���"*���'���  Everyone welcome;  G.H. FINLAY..Pastor.  Methodist���Sunday ^School; at  3 p  ai.   Evening service at. 7:30 o'clock.  Everyone welcome.  D. M, PBULEY, B. A., P.tstor.  He came from where he started,  And was going where he went.  H.- hadn't had a smell of icc-J,  X ,t even had a scent.  Ho lis-wr pvi n rmi"cr(.d once  Till ue began l" �� �����*,  And when lie   ieu   the ��:m *tcu door  He look, tlie gard.:! \Nnlk.  He -.iii!:    "There's no one with me  Ike- u-.-e I .��iii alone,  I iiij.".: luve -(inlil! lU'd once;  How to Cure  Corns and Bunions.  First, soak tbe corn or bunion in  warm water to soften it; then pare it  down as closely as possible without  drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing  \igorou.^ly for five minutes at each application. A corn plaster should be  worn a few days to protect it from the  shoe. As a .general- liniment for  sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumatism P__in balm is uut-quaied. For  -ale by the Moyie Drug &. Stationery  store.  60   YEARS' .  EXPERIENCE  Mv d..*.lu.-  l.M  "I <_nt li ,-<_* 'i ire th -  Btci-i-f I -I --"'"'I  Thc re .a":i II <'- --  i_.c..o:t- I'm ilii-.i  !u.i_> > shoic.  o'i-.< r cnc=  il l a t 't  - i-.b. is  i.l me uor.-t.  Then . I askad inta where he c.ime  from���: ....  ������  This wi? 5-ist before we parted���  And he nititiored 'indistinctly :  "Oil, I cameiroru where I started !"  :'.,'.' ���Seneca G. Ketcuh'm...  Trade Marks  Designs  ..... Copyrights &C.  Auv��ao soni'inc a -Itotcli and Jeacnuiioa mzf  n^irkiy a>re��iun our opinion rrea whether an  h-.rfiit.on is prohnMy I �����%*-1^:'*^S"S��,*lS?l_  sc.it (i eo- OI l��-st sfrency for eecornurpatent*.  rir.*-.ta ta.cn thmuch Munn * Co. recdTft  - tpucuu notice, without cbarea. In the  Scletiilfic Jlmerlcatt.  ...-��.-..  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*   C"% The Love Stay of CSarles Brandon and Mary Tudor, the King's Sister, and   J?
*!$.    '       Happening I» •Jie ^rip1 of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth %&
ctd Le_Mlc_red Into Kodwn £jt__$ifth Froca Sir Edwin
Ca.»koda<-#«  M*moir
Oapur&tt. JM» and 001. by As Bmtwn-iforrffl Oxatpony
"•""Ana -what Ola yoft dor' " --—•.-- -
■' "I   struggled ' away   from   him' and
.   snatched this dagger from my breast,
telling him that if ho took but one step
toward me 1 would plunge it in my
i   heart, and he said 1 was a fool."
"God keep you always a fool!" said I
*      prayerfully.   "How long has this been'
going on?" t
"A. month or two. But I have always
been able to run away from him. He
has been growing more importunate of
late, so I bought .a dagger that, very
day nnd,bad It not one hour too soon."
With this she drew out a gleaming little weapon that flashed in the rays of
the caudle.      ' -,       ■
This was trouble in earnest for me,
and,I showed It very plainly.    Then
June'timidly put her hand in mine for
,. the .first tim'e In her life nnd murmured:
•   "We will be married, Edwin, if you
wish, befoie wc return from France."
She was' glad tq, fly to me to s.ivd herself from Ilcnry, and I was glad even
to be the lesser of two evils.
As to whether my (wo fi. ends'* nict or
,(i npt that day at Bridewell I ennnot say,
' but I think they did..They had in some
way, come . to an'< understanding that
lightened   both- their   hearts   before
Mary  left .for 'France,   and -this   had
been  their only possible  opportunity.
< Jane and I  were always, taken  into
their confidence on other occasions, but
' as to this meeting, if any there was,
we have never,been told a word.* My
belief }a that the,, meeting was contrived byWolsey upon a solemn proni--
0iso__ from Brandon and'Mary never to
reveal it, and If bo they, have sacredly
kept their word.' '• '"'   ' -
." On' the -13th "of "August, loU, Mary
Tudor, with her golden hair falling
over' her  shoulders,   was  married  at
< Greenwich', to/Louis   do   Valois,   De
(,I_o_iguevIIler acting as his French majesty's proxy.'' Poor, fair Proserpina!    *
articulate" prayers to" God that she
might not kill the man who was her
husband when they should meet.
Wheu we met the king about a league
this si&eof Abbeville, and when Mary
beheld him with the shadow of death
upon his brow, she took hope, for she
knew he would be but putty in her
hands,   so   manifestly   weak, was  he,
mentally and physically.   As he came
up she whipped her horse and^rode by
him at a gallop, sending me back'with
word that lie must not be so ardent;
'that he frightened her, poor, timid little thing, sp afraid of—nothing in the
world!   This shocked the French court-
.iers, and one would think would have
offended Louis, but he 'simply grinned
from  ear to ear, showing his yellow
fangs, and said whimperingly: "Oh, the
game is worth the trouble.    Tell her
majesty, I wait at Abbeville." ■>■
The,, old king had ridden a horse'to
meet his bride In order that„he might
appear more,gallant before her, but a
litter was waiting to take him back to
Abbeville by a shorter route, arid^hey
were married again In person.
Again ii quotation from llall Is'sub-r
stituled:- ,   r    "        , lu<"  '   *   - -     ,;
inents  that resulted In our marriage
next morning.
Accordingly Queen Mary and one or
two others went with us down to a little church, where, as fortune would
have it, there was a little priest ready
to join together in the holy bonds of
wedlock little Jane and little -me—everything so appropriate, you see. I
suppose in the whole world we ceuldn'i
have, found another set of conditioils so
harmonious. Mary laughed and cried'
and laugbed again,""and clapped her
hands over and over, and said it was
"like a play wedding," and, as she
kissed Jane, quietly slipped over her
head a beautiful diamond neeklace.that
was worth full £10,000-aside, that is,
from- the millions of actual value because It came from Mary.- "A play
wedding" it was,' and a play life it has
been ever since.
We were barely .settled at court in
Paris when Mary, began to put her
plans < in motion and unsettle things
generally.   I' could not but recall ECen-
Note.—Maidens only 'were married with
their Hair down., It was ,"tho sacred token
of maidenhood."—Kditor.' ,
-Mondays the .vl day© o£ Noueber, ther
tho sayde^quene was receyued Into the
cyteo of Parys after the order thar folow-
eth. First-the garde of the cytee mef'her
■ with oute Sayncle Denyce al ln coates of
goldsmythes -woorke 'With shlppes -gylt,
and "-after them mett her, al the prestes
and religious whiche were estemed to bo
.HIM. The quene was In a chyre.coured
about (but not her, ouer person) In white,
clothe of golde, the horses .that drewe lt
couered In clotho of golde,* on her hed a
coronall, ,-al of gTeate perlea, her necke
and.brest full of Iuels.i before her wento a
garde of Almaynes'after'ther fasclon, and
after them al noblemen,, as tho-iDolphyn,
the Duke of Bui;bon, .Carynallcs, andta
greate nomber of sstates. Aboute her
person rodo_ the kynge's garde the which
wer Scottca. 'On the morowe bega.the
ilustes,' and tho quene^' stode so that al
men might sea her,,, and vwonder at her
beautie,'and tho kyhge-was feble and lay
on a couche for weakenes.      ..       .     „
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Or it came to pass that Mary
was' married unto Louis and.
went down iiito Franco. "
[Again the editor'takes the
j liberty  of,' substituting  Hall's  quaint
-    account of Mary's journey to France.]
Then when.all th!n&a wero redyfor the,'
f     conueyaunce   of   this   noble   Ladye, ;the-
kyng her brother ,in  the moneth of.Au-
guste, and the xV daye, with the quene his
wife and his sayde sister and al the court
'came to Douer and there taryeJ, for tha,
%   wyndo was troblous and the wethtr fowle,
lij ,so. muche-that shlppe  of  tho kynges
. "callc'd (the  'LIbeck - of   IXC.   tonne' was'
dryuen a shore before Sangato and thero
brase &. ,of VI .O? men scantely escaped '
IHC'and'yqt the most part, of them wero
' ,   hurt^wlth the wrecke.   .IVhen tho wether
-,'was fayre,1 then-nl lior wardrobe, stable,
.   and riches was shipped, and such as were
-appoyncted ito goye their nttendaunce on
her as the duke '6'f Norfolke. the Marques
of Dorset,   the .Bysshop of Durham,   tho
Earle  of Surrey,   the   lorde  Delawar,   sir
, Thomas Bulleyn and many, other knights,
Bquyeis, gentlemen &. ladies, al these went
'to  shlppe   and   tho  t>aydo ladye toke  hor
leauo of the quene ln the castell of Douer,
and the king brought her to the sea syde,
and  kissed  her,   and  betoke  her to  GOD
and   tho  fortune  ot   the  sea   and   to Hho
gouernaunce of the French king her husband.   Thus at the hower of foure of the
clock In the morenynge thjs fayTe ladye
toko  her  shlppe  «ith  al  her nobto com-
| paignie:   nn '   when   they   had   s-ajled   a
quarter of  tho see,  the wjnde  roso  nnd
seuered  some  of   the  shlppes   lo  Cayles,
and  some   In   Flaunders  and   her  shlppe
with great difllcultie to Bulleyn, and with
great   ieopardy   at   the   cntiylng'of   the
hauen, for tho master ran the shlppe hard
( on   shore,   but   the   botes   wero   redy., and
receyued   this   noble   ladye,   and   at   the
, landyng   Sir  Christopher  Garny&ha  stoilo
in  tho water and toke  her in his armes,
and   so   caryed   her   to   land,   where   the
Duko of Vandosme and a Cardynall with
many estates receyued her, and her ladies,
and welcommed all the noble men Into tho
countrey,   nnd  so< the quene  and all  her
trayne came  to Bulleyn and'ther tested,
and from thence she remoued by dyuerse
lodgynges  tyll she came  all most within
iil miles of Abuyle besyde the forrest of
Arders,  and   ther  kynge  Loyes   vppon  a
greate courser met hor, (which he so longt
desired)  but sho toko her way  righte on,
not   stopping, to   conursc.    Then   he   returned to Abuyle by a secret waye, & slip
was with greate  triumphe.  procession  &
pagiantes   receyued   Into   the    toune.  of
Abuyle tho VIII  day of  October by   the
Dolphin, which receyued her with greate
• honor.    She was   appearellled   in  cloth   of
siluer,   her   horso   was   trapped   In   gokl-
smythes work very rychly.   After her followed j.xxvl ladies al ther pulficys trapped  with   crymsyn  veluet,   cmhraudered:
after the folowed one charyolt of cloth of
tyssue,   tho seconde clothe  of  golde  and
tho   third   Crymsyn   veluet   embiaudered
with  tho  kynges   armes   &.  hers,   full  of
roses. ' After them folowed a great nom-'
ber   ot   archers   and   then   wagons  laden
with their stut.    Greate was tho riches in
plate,  luels,  money,  and  liang>tiges  that
this    ladye    brought   Into   Fi.mce.      Tho
Moday bey.ng the daye of Styncte Denyce,
tho  same  kynge  Leycs   marled   the  lady
Mary   In   the   greato   oh inch   of   Abu>le,
botho appareled  in goldosmythes woorke,
After  tho   masse   was  done  ther  was   a
greato banket and fest nnd the ladjes of
England highly entietcyncd.
Tho Tewosdaye beyng tho x daye of October all tho Englishmen except a fewo
that wer officers with the sa.\ele queno
were discharged whiche was a great sor-
owe for thclm, for some hiid sorued her
longe ln the hope of preferment and soma
that had honost lorncs left them lo seruo
her and now they wer out of serulco,
which caused tho to take thought tn so
much, some dyed by way returning, and
Borne fell mad, but ther was no remedy.
After the English lordes had done ther
commission the French kynge wylled the
to take no lenger pa>nc «fc so gaue to
thelm good rewardes and they toke ther
leauo of the quene and returned. ,, ,
Then the Dolphyn of Fraunce called
Frauncys duke of Valoys, ,or FrauncejTj
d'Angouleme, caused a solempne lustes to
be proclaymod, which shoulde be kept ia
Parys In the moneth of Noueber next cn-
suyng, and while al these thinges were
prepearyng, the Ladye Mary, the V. daye
of Noueber, then beylng ' Sondaye was
with greate solempr.ltee crowned Queeii
of Fraunce in the monasterye of Saynct
Denyce, and the Lorde Dolphyn, who was
young, but- very toward, al the season
held the crowune ouer her hed, because It
was of great waight, to her greuaunce.
Mme. Mary took her time, since a
more deliberate journey bride never
made to waiting bridegroom. She was
a study during this whole period, weeping and angry by turns. She, who htul
never known a moment's illness iu all
her days, took to her hed upon two occasions from sheer antipathetic nervousness, and would rest her head upon
Jane's breast and cry out little, half
S, So Mary was twice married to Louis,
and, although she was his queen fast
and sure enough, she was not his'Wife.
You may say.jwhat you will, but I
like a fighting woman, one with a touch
of the savage in her when the occasion
arises, one„who can fight'for'what she
loves as well as against what she hates.'
She-usually loves'as she fights—with
all her heart ! ,' , ' '.
So'Mary .was crowned and was now
a queen( and'hedged about by the tinseled'divinity tha. ht'dgeth royalty:..'*
„   It   seemed' that ,she   was  climbing
higher and higher all  the. time  from
Brandon, but in her heart every day
'she was brought"nea.rerJ:o him.   ' "^    "
-- There (Was, one thing that troubled
her groa'lly," and'all the-time.. Henry'
.had given hisHvord that Brandon should'
be liberated as soon' as. Mary ha'd left
the shores of   England; but- we , had -
heard nothing'of this-matter, although'
we had received several letters from
home".  , A *ddiibt  of   her   brother,   in'j
whom sho had little faith at best, made'
ajj iicho at her heart which seemed at
times   likely   to   break—so   she   said.
One night she dreamed that she had
witnessed   Brandon's- execution,1  her
brother  standing by  in excellent humor at the prank he was playing her,
and  it  so  worked   upon   her  waking
hours that by evening she, was ill.   At
last I received a letter from Brandon,
which   had   boon   delayed   along   the
road,   containing   one   for   Mary.    It
told of his full pardon and restoration
to favor, greater even than before, and
her joy was so sweet and quiet and yet
so' softly delirious that I tell you plainly it brought tears to my eyes, and I
could not hold them back.
The marriage, when once determined
upon, had not cast her dowm nearly so
deep as I had expected, and soon sha
grew to be quite cheerful and happy.
This filled me with regret, for I thought
of how, Brandon must suffer, and felt
that her heart was a poor, flimsy thing
to take this trouble so lightly.
I spoke to Jane about it, but she only
laughed. "Mary is all right," said she.
"Do not fear. Matters will turn out
better than you think, perhaps." You
know she generally manages to have
her own way in tho end."
"If you have any comfort to give,
please give it, Jane. I feel most keenly
for Brandon, heart tied to such a willful, changeable creature as Mary."
"Sir Edwin Caskoden. you need not
take thc trouble to speak to me at all
unless you can use language more respectful concerning my mislrcss. The
queen know* what she is about, but It
appears that you cannot see it. I see
it plainly though, although no word
has ever been spoken to me on the subject. As to Brandon being tied to her,
it seems to me s>be is tied to him and
thnt he holds tin* reins. Ho could drive
her Into the mouth of purgatory."
"Do you think so?"
"I know it."
I remained In thought a moment or
two and concluded that she wits right.
In truth, tho time had come to mo
when I believed that June, with her
good sense and acute discernment,
could not be wrong in anything, and I
think so yet. So I took comfort on
faith from her and asked, "Do you re-
mtimbcr what you said should happen
before we return to England?'
Jane hung her head. "I remember."
She then put her hand in mine and
murmured, ."I am ready any time-you
Wlsli;>»       .-..;    ■■ ■ ...   .•  -;   •
Great heaveii! I thought I should go
out of my senses. 'She should have
told me gradually. .1 had to do something to express my exultation, so I
walked over to a bronze statue of
Bacchus, about my size—that is, height
—put my hat, which I had been carrying under uiy arm,..on his head, cut a
few' capers in an. entireiy now and
equally antic step, and then drew back
and knocked that Bacchus . down.
Jane thought I had gone stark mad,
and her eyes grew big with wonder,
but I walked proudly back to her after
my victory over Bacchus nnd reassured
her—with a few of Mary's messagen
that I had still left over, if the truth
.•P^M.1.?. told   Then we made arrange-
Jane thouyht J had gone stark mad.'"'
ry's sympatic toward ("Louis,- for - the
young queen soon took, it-upon herself
to make life a burden to "the Father of
His People,"'_uid irithat-particular line
I suppose she had no equal in all the
length'and breadth of Christendom.    -
, I heartily ..detested King Louis,,largely, >I  think,  because of prejudice ab-
, sorbed from Mary, but he was, in" fact,
-a fairly good old'man, and at times I
could but pity him.   He was always
soft In heart and softer in head,', especially, where -women -were,concerned..
Take his crazy attempt;to seize^the,
Countess .of Croy. while  he  was yet
Duke of Orleans, and his infatuation'
for*the Italian woman, for"whom" he
built the elaborate,burial vault—much
it must have comfo'i-ted her! .Then his
marriage to dictatorial little. Anne of
Brittany,  for whom  he, had .induced.
Pope Alexander to divorce himJ'from
"the poor little crippled owlet. Joan.* tin
consideration of  this divorce  he 'had
put Caesar. Borgia," Pope  Alexander's
son, on his'(-feet, financially and politically.   .1 think he* must * have.'wanted'
the owlet back'again before' he was.
done^with'Anm., because Anne .was a
termagant, and   ruled   him, with. the
heaviest rod of .iron she could lift.« fr-'
,But this .last ^passion, 'the. flickering,
sputtering, flame* of-his "do'tagc, -was
the worst of all, both-subjectively and
objectively,' both as'to his senile fondness for the English princess and her
Impish'tormenting'of-him.'    From the
first he evinced the most violent delight
In Mary, who" repaid'it by holding him,
off and evading him In a manner so
cool,   audacious" and   adroit   that   it
stamped her queen of all the arts feminine and demoniac.    Pardon'mo,  ladies, if I couple these two arts, but you
must admit they are at times somewhat akin.     Soon she eluded him so
completely, that 'for days he would not
have a glimpse of her,", while'she was
perhaps riding,' walking or coquetting
with some of-.-the court gallants, who
aided and abetted her in every way
they could.   He became almost frantic
in  pursuit  of 'his  elusive   bride,   and
would expostulate with her,-when he
could  catch  her,  aud smile  uneasily,
like a man who is the victim of a practical joke of which he does not see or
enjoy the point.   On such occasions she
would  laugh  in   his  face,  then   grow
angry—which was so easy for her to do
—and, I grieve to say, would sometimes
nlmost swear at him in a manner to
make  the  pious  though  ofttiines  la.\
vlrtued court ladies shudder with horror.    She would at other times make
sport of his youthful ardor and tell him
In all seriousness that it was indecorous
for him to behave so and frighten her,
a poor, timid little child, with his impetuosities.    Then sho would manage
to give him the slip, and ho would go
off and play a game of cards with himself, firmly convinced in his own feeble
way that woman's nature had a tincture of the devil in it.   lie was the sou!
of conciliatory kindness to the young
vixen, but nt times she would bre.tk
violently into tears, accuse him of cruelly mistreating her, a l,clplcs« woman
nnd a stranger in his court, and threaten to go home to dear old England and
toll her brother. King Henry, all about
it and havo him put things to right and
redress her wrongs generally.    In fact,
she acted tho part of Injured Innocence
so   perfectly   that   the   poor  old   man
would apologize for the wrongs she invented and ivy to coax her into a good
humor.     Thereupon  she   would   weep
more bitterly than ever, grow hysterical and require to be carried off by her
women, when recovery and composure
wero usually instantaneous.   Of course
the court gossips soon carried stories of
the quick recoveries to the king, anil
when he spoke to Maty of them she
put oil her injured air again and turned
the tables by uubraldine him  for iw>-
ueving sucn calumnies about ber, who
was so good to bim and loved him so
Mary would often pout for days together and pretend illness. Upon one
occasion she kept the king waiting at
her door all the morning, while she,
having slipped through the window,
was riding with some of the young people in the forest When she returned
—through tbe window—she went to
the door and scolded the poor old king
for keeping her waiting penned up in
her room all the morning. And he apologized! j
She changed the dinner hour to noon
in accordance with the English ens-'
torn, and had a heavy supper at night,
when she would make the king gorge
himself with unhealthful food and coax
him "to drink as much as Brother
Henry," which invariably resulted in,
Louis de Valois finding lodgment under
the tabJe. This amused the whole
, court except a few old cronies and
physicians, who, of course, were scandalized beyond measure. She took the
king on long rides with her on cold
days, and would''jolt him almostr to
death and freeze bim until the cold
tears'streamed down his poor pinched
nose, making him ,feel like a half animated - Icicle and wish that he v/ere
one, in fact     ' " , ,** ^
At night she would have her balls
and keep him up till morning, drinking
and dancing, or trying to dance, with
her until his- poor old, heels, and his,
head, too,' for that,matter, .were like
to fall off; then she would slip away,
from him-and lock herself in her room.
December, say I, let May alone; she
certainly will kill you. Despite w^hJch
sound a'dvlce',',1 'doubt uot^Deceinber
will go on coveting May up to the end
of the chapter,'each old fel!6w—being
such a fine man for bis age, you understand—fondly believing himself an'exception? Age,in a fool is damnable.
Mary was killing Louis as certainly
and deliberately as if she'were feeding
him slow poison. * He was (very weak,
and ^decrepit at best, being compelled
frequently.upon public occasions, such,
for example, as thc coronation tourna-'
'ment'.of which I have,spoken,'to lie"
upon a couch.-'- .-_,     "',-'„
. „Mary's conduct was really cruel, but,
.then,-/remember (tho provocation, - and
that she "was"acting "in self defense.
All' this ''was- easier ,fdr her' tha'n .'you
might suppose, for the-king's grasp of
power, never-very strong, was begin-
ning^'to. relax even what'little grip'it
had.", AH '„faces were turned toward
,the rising sun', young Francis, duke, of'
Angouleme, .^th'e king's distant 'cousin,
who would soonibe king in Louis' place.
As this young rising sun, himself-vast-,
ly. smitten with Mary, openly cncour-v
aged her hi,what she did, the courtiers
of' course followed suit, and -the' old
king ."found .himself surrounded  by' a'
court'only too ready to-be amused by
his'lively young queen at his expense. '
, This'" condition 'of affairs Mary wel- <
corned with herwhole soul, and to'accent
it and riail~assurance,"' I fear, played
ever !so"- lightly' and-- coyly l'upbn * the
heartstrings of the young duke, which>
responded all too loudly to", her'velvet,,
t touch   nnd\ almost', frighteiied , her ^to
death,with their,"volume'of-sound later
on.*" This   Francis "d'Angouleme,* 'the'
dauphin,* had fallen desperately in love
with vMary,'at   first 'sight,'» something
against which■ the ,fa'ct that^he'was
married to Claude,- daughter 'ot Louis/
in no iway, militated.!  He was "a very
distant relative of Louis,"going,away
backTto^St. Xpuls'tfiorchis1; heirship "to
the (French'  cr6wn.-f The /king , had
daughters in plenty,'„but, as you know,
the gallant Frenchmen^ say, according
■fo   their   law   sallc^V'The  -realm -.' of
France is ,so great and glorious a'herl-
'tage, that it may ■ not bo takien by a
woman.", Too great and,glorious to be
taken by a woman, forsooth!' France
would have been vastly better off had
she been governed by a woman now
and then, for a country always prospers under a queen.
Francis had for many years lived at
court as the recognized heir, and, aa
the custom was, called his distant cousin Louis "Uncle." "Uncle" Louis in
turn called Francis ','Ce Gros Garcon,"-
and Queen Mary called him "Monsieur,
mon beau fils," in a mock motherly
manner that was very laughable. • A
mother of eighteen to a "good boy" of
twenty-two! . Dangerous relationship!
And dangerous Indeed it would havo
been for Mary had she hot been as
pure and true as she was willful and
impetuous. "Mon beau fils" allowed
neither his wife nor_ the respect, he
owed the king to stand in tlie way of
his very marked attention to the queen.
His position as heir and his long residence at court, almost as son to Louis,
gave him 'ample opportunities for pressing his unseemly suit. lie was the
first to see Mary at the meeting place
this side, of Abbeville, and was the
king's representative on all occasions.
"Beau fils" was rather a handsome
fellow, but thought himself vastly
handsomer than ho was, and had some
talents, which he was likewise careful
to estimate at their1 full value, to say
the least He was very well liked by
iwonien, nnd in turn considered himself
irresistible. Uo was very Impressionable to feminine charms, was at heart
a libertine, and, as ho grew older, became a debauchee whose memory will
taint France for centuries to come.
,Mary saw his weakness more clearly
than his wickedness, being blinded lo
the latter by the veil of her own Innocence. She laughed at and with him,
nnd permitted herself a great deal of
his company—so much, In fact, that I
grew a little jealous for Brandon',
sake, and, if tho truth must be told, for
the first time began to have doubts of
her. I seriously feared that when
Louis should die Brandon might find
a njiicii iijyiu dangerous rival in the
new king, who, although married,
would probably try to keep Mary at
Ids court even should he be driven to
the extreme of divorcing. Claude' as
Claude's father had divorced Joan.
I believed, in case Mary should voluntarily prove false, and remain in
France either as the wife or the mistress of Francis, that Brandon would
quietly hut surely contrive some means
to take her life, and I h6pe'd he would.
I spoke to my wife, Jane, about the
queen's conduct, and she finally admitted that she did not like it, so I, unable
to remain silent any longer, determined
to put Alary on Ifer guard,-aud for that
purpose spoke very freely to her on the
subject.  .■.-■"
"Oh, you'goose!" she said laughingly
He is almost as great a fool as Henry."   Then the tears came to her eyes
and   half   angrily,   half   hysterically!
shaking me by the arm, she continued-
Do you not know?   Can vou not bm
mat i wouia give mis nana or my eyes,
almost my life, just to fall upon my
face in front of Charles Brandon at
this moment? Do you not know thai
a woman with a love in her heart such
as I have for him is safe from every
one and everything; that it Is her sheet
anchor, sure and fast? Have you not
witenough to know that?"
"Yes, I have," I responded, for tbe,
time completely silenced. With her favorite tactics she had, as usual, put me
in the wrong, though I soon ,came
again to the attack.
"But he is so base that I grieve,to
see'you with him." '
"I suppose he is not very good," she
responded, "but it seems'to be the way
of these people among whom I have
fallen, nnd he cannot harm me."
.  "Oh, but he can!    One does not go
near smallpox, and there is a moral
contagion quite as dangerous, clf not so
perceptible, and equally to be avoided. , It must be a wonderfully healthy
moral nature, pure and chaste to, the
core, that will be entirely  contagion'
proof and safe from it"       l '
" She hung her head in thought and
then lifted her eyes appealingly to inc.-
"Am I not that, Edwin?   Tell me! Tell
me frankly; am I not?   It Is the one,
thing of good I  have always striven
for.   I am so full of other faults that if
I have not that' there Is no good in
me."   Her eyes and voice were full of
tears, and I*knew In my heart;,tliat I'
stood before as pure a soul as ever
(camo from the hand of God.
' '"You    are,    your    majesty;' hevcri
"doubt,"  I answered.    "It is pro-eroi-"
nentlj; the one thing In womanhood .to
which' all mankind kneels."   And I fell
.upon  my,'knee and kissed  her; hand
with a, sense of reverence, faith and
trust that has never left me from tbat
day to this.   As to myestimato of how
Francis would act when Louis should
die,* you will see that In was right*     -
, Not' Iongy after, this Lady Caskoden
and-1 were given permisslon'to.'retiirn
to England, and immediately, prepared
for'our homeward-journey. £■ -  * * iT "•
WE SAY ^«^vj*>zv>
-—*    m~r±  *>  m.       up evidence as convincing as th!s re'»
Ceylon Tea, Black, Mixed or Green
/  '     Soldonly In lead packets,'4oc,5oc,-6oc per ib.
'     ','o    ' , i  '•■ By All Grocers.
Leads to   Consumption   Unless
Promptly Cured.
r a J-
Many, a young life, might be saved
from consumption -if, simplo,anaomia
were pronipLly treated.   Anaemia, is'
the doctors'namOifor. w_eak, watery
blood.    -When the blood is, in, this
condition the lungs have lib strength;
The ,whole system, begins to?break
down. .Then the^grojvmgfgirl slips
slowly ,into decline,' until nxlast' the
cough starts and her doom is sealed.
Dr. * William.' Pink Pills c*n cure all
weak', anatneic ne'ople without doubt
or cliiliciilfcy.   -They '-actually make
new, rich,   health-giving blood—thoy
cure anaemia and prevent consumption.   This has beon,,proved in thousands o£ cases:' 'Mrs. JEd ward ^Cochrane, '•Meri'itbn,   Out..- says-j—''Dr.
Williams' Pink'Pills cured my daughter Matilda, fallen I felt that her case
was almosf'liopoless.   For more than
a year she was a'sufferer-.from anaemia. 'She  gJitdually.grew.weak,/was
subject to violent'headache, and dark
circles appeared;undor her eyes.^Sho
was melancholy,, had no appetite and*
coinblainod of being constantly tired.
At different times she was treated,by'
* .       '*', ... »r     "  ,      ,<«    '  l i '' -.' I two\doctor9tl but with'-'no  improve-?
As we left Mary placed in myJiandsJ „_-.;   A1j .heP'fca<,a* pWgre^edUsho"
a letter for Brandon, whose bulk was so j „& 'attacked by violent-palnitation of-
reassuring.thnt.'I knew,he had never  'the* heart;'>nd>vsuffocating!short**
been out of-her thoughts. - I looked at'1 * -*'-' *■■- "-°'-- '-'--' ■- J-
the 'Ietter"',a''*m6ment'and -said,1'ln all
seriousness', "Your,majesty,.had' I"not.
^better provide an extra box for It?"
\ She1 gave a-'nervous ^ittle laugh, and
the tears filled her eyes as she .whispered huskily F;"I fancy "there-is oiie-who1"
Willi'not think it .too', large.    Goodby;
goodby!"v_So /we'left^Mary, 'fair.^sweet
girl queeiCalValone among those. te_>,
rible strangers*. . Alone wJith one" little'
English b maiden,' seven 'years, of age,' i
Anne Boleyn.      ■■ ' - '        ^'.^"!
Humor and Philosophy
"'  '/    By DUNCAN M., SMITH
y A man,must have lots of"baekbon.'i
In order to put up a good front
"Probably the' reason why cinc^l
people 'do- not have groat 'result '
;«how Is because they havu to put \l
,*bo  much., time boasting that they    -
not have any time for execution.
/ There'I^ boJ"much human n&L'A
about a liar tbat one Is apt to (*i _ -'
dealing very gently with him.
'- -    ,'- >   - The Potent <Boot. ^ ,,; IJJ,
<- ."Was her'father very emphatic when
he refused to consider your,proposition1
for his "daughter's hand?'/ ,. /'  ',-.*-.- ';
'"Yes, rather, he put his sole into his
,work"  '    <""*..   * y    ,
r", .- -    i —; ~ • j<n " i,      •   - L
-, .,;... % ¥ ,The Early Frost.  '^'-      ■   V
In the, festive summer garden'y •;   .-,
_ X'Life.is-something of a dream.-'-   ' v
■;    - When the foam Is on the.soda  ,.   , \<
V   «', And the frost is on the cream.      M,'.
v'^r -r   '    -■'   : !-s'i -!> yt^v.
- } ■' -*_/ Brought'to Earth.-''"';-1"-'"'-1'' V
'A'.They, got married ".with oniy * $15*^0
theli; names."^, .i -"'   ',*   \ ■*„    ' ' ,*• „^*-
.,.\"H6w romantic!"
* .."Very,'b'ut'dt was'
"•T.    - •
realism next day."'
—O "..- ,-'■ i^r-
".•^•Just.an^Inciden..",^ 7„ "5. _£"{[¥'
.,,' _'I_,tblhk"l_wllI spend some &me-.at
the seaside."     ,'      . --    ", ' '    .."
"That will be the smallest thing you
will spend there." " ",    -     ,       i ■
1   Before Marriage, Say, .       T ,
Oh, ■woman, when you're young- and fair
And much adorned, your beauty thrills;
We like to see you at your best    '
If Wo don't have to pay tho bills.
ness of 'breath. - * She hud .-a deathly
pallor,'-took 'cold easilr,- and"c6ritin-:
thnt llslie'"w!__s  in~'ja, hopeless'"decline.
At'this time my attention' was .called
to" Dr.;Williams',Pink'Pills';"--and-.r
began giving them ^to her.;>She had-
not_been taking' the pills^ many weeks'*
when-iher appetite-' was"'1 greatly"; im-„
proved,''* and this - was* _ the'-first isign'-
tha't-f they,"wereHielpiifg^Her."'1- She'
continued ■ the pills sun til .shef-ha'd
taken eight or /nine''boxes,,' when 'she
was'-.again' the -picture, of, healthy-
girlhood. ^  Every .-symptom - of., ber
trouble had disappeared,'Vshe*' has' in-
.creased in weight,-.and. is strongoand
'robust. ,.Her,recovery' is looked upon"
as'marvel'ons, for'the doctors thought
her.case*hopeless."/-" ,-* >-v j  .,'- "-»„-.i-<
^ Dr. Williams'" Pink Pills will, cure*
any case'of blondle^sness just as sorely as they cured'vth is case, v The pale,*?
anaemic -nee'd'. only- one thing—new
blood.yDr.','Williams' Pink./Pills-""do|
only one thing—they make'new;* j*ich
life-giving, blood.' ,,-,.Tliat.'is -why' Dr.
WilHaiias;. Pink P/iIls'cur^all common'
diseases 'like anaemijti'.hp-adac.hes-and
backaches', indigestion,' kidney trouble
palpitation' of the_ heart,-;';neuralgia.'
nervousf troubles; ^'and^thosof-speoial
ailments" that^ahake,sthe lives^of, so
tna'ny.igrowing girls' and\woment'niis-
erable.-'*Bo careful to get'the genuine
pills„wifcli*the full namo Dr, Williams'
Pink Pills^f9r^Pale_*;Pveoplev onftho
wrapper abound each bor.'Xf in doubt,
send .direct to The Dr.iWilliams^Mod-
icine Co.. Brockyille.Ont.," and - the-
pills wiil,b'e sent by mail at 60 cents
a box, or ,six boxes foi* S2.50.'-"     ' i -
._ '- , <S"-J*-E i_
It is hard/on a .cynic who lhei »f i V
'boarding bouse'When• strawberrlei in"1
cheap.,' ^ „*'£- * "„ t.r -1 - -        ,^i-
-~y\.-fr-<±."i^-;ff$;,  _ ,       ,   , -t
/.purlous,^ but! when a man geti »I4L,*-
he^chucklesVrer'hla youthful depnf ^I
-Ity^'but appears ,to think that ot th.'r
.present generation abominable.
,y v ^y-;y ";, f . —-
I When' a";man begins to ride bis hobby /1
'hia listeners are' apt to take a walk.
^ The" wise young man of'todaj ioti'
' not wait forSopportunlty to Icoock it i
his, door,   but ho/rlncs  ber up tti-
makes a date with her by telephoM.".J
— , ' *£■> -* - ^. * -,--   . it ,
i irV        --...    i-.*  *   7-. .'
. 1 .T^Ink.twice'be.ore, calling any au,J
a. liar—he may'have^more than ontjtij jL
of-gettlnr back at you.
'j;if-wa-cou]d['admlre weeds jflth th#__
^fe^oT;thatVwe do" flower*, thli world">!
.would; be "paradise now.
1 ■ -- it ~s.' y "sy"      '
.   r i,ni ^Wi
rl^fa'Ot playtime ln
, For Race Suicide.,
"I am going fo buy an automobile."
7Why?   Cigarettes aro cheaper."
— ■— ^  ^
'        Bare Thine:.
Juswed—Do you know, old man, I
don't spend so much money now as I
did before I was,married. Mooney—
How's that? Juswed—Well, I don't
have it to spend. * *        * ' .
' The   Sequel.        ^. s- 1„
. "When I saw her last she' seemed to
have fallen In love with'him."
"Oh, yes, 'but-that was some .time
ago. She's suing him now for breach of
promise."      „ '
"Trying to get damages for the fall,
Api>relien«Ion. •       ,-,    ,
One 'Woman—If I thought I "would
ever have hair as gray as Mrs. Badger's, I believe it would worry me to
deatli. Another—I am sure I should
dye right.off. - ' ->
History la a mighty drama* enacted
upon the theater of time, with'suns
for lamps and eternity for a back
ground.—Carlylas,  . > a
Hadn't-Started Yet I"
"Who Is he talking about?" ,   „
„ "Some onecwho never told alle lnhli
life" , . ' 1       '
- "Babies never did" Interest me."
Luring en the Men.
"I notice he always wears soft slippers at home."     ,s   .
"Yes; he'ia the father of"ten marriageable daughters."      ,       ^  *  .    *
..,,     „ ,...   .f Vacation.    ,
-';<>T»catIon, .f«Iler»I   That's th« ftuffj
"m * ic'vGee,*/l»n,t~ih,e ,a hummorf *
, SomehoV'you 'n«ver get enoafh  -
th« *umm»r. ''     •-
,. - l>» •
^.'"(•Wetfold our'llttlo 'books ».Trar  <
k -Jf.   And Ret our playthings ready ' ^ •
y..-x.To make th* summer'cood and rijr
ii-jf   *^_Uid latp.har whooplnr steady.
,''*^wv TV&,** v*"-**    .*"      '     ,
' ",    The awlmmlns hole Is deap and coil,
'.i"iDowii where tho wators shimmtr,
,vV,Where little flshes go to school
-»'  ' rUnniindfuli,of the swimmer.
, .  "   <^ ■       --s
.The playground 1 in the vacant 1st
' - <     Ia ready for an Inning-,
, /^And In some cool and shady spot
,'r 1  \ The merry top needs spinning.
. -.     i> ,
The woods a1 wireless meBsac* '"A
A pressing Invitation,
..   Now that the school la at an end
And comes the dear vacation
'  Vacation, fellers I   That's the stuffl
-   Say.- Isn't she a. hummer?
,  -, 1 Somehow you never K«t enough
Of playtime lhithe summer.
■• A Business Propositioni
,Angry 'Father—We  can't  afford Ii
get Elizabeth an expensive gown hi
that party.
Maneuvering Mother (ImprcsslTelj)-
We simplycan^t afford not to.       ''
The Heiress.   , t
Oh,. I love her, stars above herj
How I love my llttlo honeyl
She Is witty, she is pretty;
Better still, she's all tho money.
A   Flea   For  Enough   Silence   to   En-
c «bIo ,11s' to  Think. '
In tlie United States we are prone
to talk too- much. We do not sufficiently appreciate the value and beauty
of silence.
During tbe after business hours, at
the lunch and dinner table we talk on
and on wlthont^cpnalng, as though
thero was nothing worth thinking
about. "Wo Invented the first talking
machine, and no American Is considered properly equipped unless he can
talk at all times and upon all subjects.
Information must be Imparted and
Ideas exchanged; It Is essential to mental companionship and develops our
faculties of expression. But there Is
no necessity for the endless and eternal talk In which so many of us Indulge.
There Is a great force and value In
silence. It enables us to think. It
forms and expresses character. The
great men of the world were relatively
silent men; they talked only when they
had something to say, and.the greatest
of them said but very little.
Wo should study the beauty of silence and develop our thinking'power
rather than1 our talking .power;;
A  Certain  Boy. -.-.!-
Ho doesn't like to go to bed.
And getting up is worse.
To^washing.. too, I've heard It said.
He s just as much adverse.
■       And for school and studying
. .....     When ho would rather.roam
I.  Ho hates it more than anything
But doing work at homo.
I must admit that It Is true
Though 'Us a sorry boast;
Whatever he Is told to do
Is what ho hates the most.
1 ££_suPPosa that if be chose' •
What he should do all day, *
The Reason. , '    \    .
. "Sowing wild oats does not seem like
hard work."
1 "No; a man can always get plenty 01
^    , - v _     c- One "Way.1
k""I understand poor Bill got sant ovei
the road."     .J    -'. -'
"Don't speak so'harsh. Bill bai only
retired" to „lead the simple Ufa _or 1
few years."
He .Had Help.
Only the Rich Can Afford To.
"Is ho pretty well fixed?"
"He  must  be.    He  Is  wearing
last year's straw hat"
"He doesn't  agree   that when  mas
and  woman are joined together they
mako one. .
"What does he think It makes?"
He built himself a pair ot irlnr«,
But couldn't pierce the sky I
A oyclone came alonir one day
And showed him how to fly.
Had to Be.
"Why do you think he is married?
"He said he was a man or but ft*
Expert chemists ca.ref\illy waL-tch and test
_ every step In the me.k.ng of
SunligKt Soap
The fats *a.nd oils must be perfectly pure *a.nd at
every stage of the process the soap must come up
to SxinlightsteLndaLrd;   It CleeLnses your clothes
perfectly, ma^kes yb*ur bla.rikets soft and fluffy.
does not destroy your most dainty -'.linens or injure
VOUr ha.nds.      .     Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto " *<���,"  -^TflOY.E   LEADER  MOYIE, B. C.  SBMSIMASiJER- v  IS THANKFUL  '   ,d.s  Kidney Pills    Enabled  Him to Sleep in Peace.  rr4nJ Work They, Are   Doing" Eor  Thousands of Canadians   .   ,,  Every Year.  ftbneintac..   Cumberland , Co.,, X.B '  t">t     nr.-. Special),-Mr., ,n-     J-  T P  oostma'-tc-- -iieie.   is  one  Of, the  U ,  ���in��   'ol   Canadians   who,    re-.  grt-iit "'"'.'  BOSTON MAN AT BRANDON  Something: about Air. Vogt Who will  visit the 0. E. Convention.  Co-operation of Societies is requested  To Make Meetings Splendid  Success-  b��� , fro���, pain 'afid weakness by  .5s J^Hlnc-y Pills,'" are shouting  Kya-a*   of     -thb great '- Kidney  ^vm"   tlio   postmaster- says.,  ' y'l  '      .10 express  my -thankfulness for  V     neat     lxawiit  I  have'received  2.J-& us, oi JJodd'^-iKidney Pills.  ..vvtiouhle   was   having   to-urm-  Mt7too " freely- I '; �����'*<�� >*?; r]sc  M or Un .times each night so  .!* mv lestUvus broken. - My, feet  ���d !���$*���*> swelled. ''JWf got  iT.rl,l'b Kidney Pills and I took six  ii all told Sow I"am'air-right.'  ' "ilnlll be a comfort to ane ���lf by,  ' LinK ,rv''case public I can*lead!  SS other s-uflcrcr to find ��� rpIIo(,in  Itaild's Kidney Pills. ">-'....' '  jiodd's Kidney , fills always-cure  liriirl.l'S l>i?w*8��-''- 'rhcir a'so " annll-  ���Mv hrni" relief to^hundreds.of thou-  sBi.d8 of "Canadian's f,-wh6 aro'J>ot_iei>  ed'it 1 Hi earlier  Kidney, Roubles. ,, ;<  ,   - , \, ' ,,'  - i'/,r ;, .;  M.3 Youngtnan���-The idea,, Its.very  funny'vou can't give-me any'money.  My husW has an account here.,, -..  Bank Cashier..I know,'fmadam 'but  if voUr husband wanted,,you to,hav,c  some money he should, hayc given you  achbek. ,    *    'j %������''*" ."*     .   ���.  Mrs   Voungman���But. aiy. gracious!  1 If,he's got an accounthcrewsan't^u  , charge it .-Catholic �� Standard; .and  I Times. ^"-'.*���'',."���-,A'/",\\"-'n  I    -        ��� ������~���ti-y )-***,-**-? **���  "I never met any' one-so'.eccentric.  Ollo says'he doesn't;hdiev^thcreWny  such thing as luck." ?rA>��,���v^^-fcr-,'  "That>5 not eccentric.'. Some people  never doliavc any luck',"nnd^they^g'et  so pessimistic"���     ' ' * :'r"-'''- ' '".!   '-"  "But  he -says uhcp'doesn't Relieve  'there's such'a thing as.b'ad duck.)'-^  Philadelphia Press."  ���* i. ,1m*  Fuddy���Grimes' tells"me'hclis not a  I, candidate for any office' 1 AIL he' wants  he says,,is to make'an'honest living.-  Duddy���If'that is all'he-wants, 01  course he isn't' a" candidate'for ^'office.  Strange that a man-wilf waste his breath  uttering self! evident^ truth's.���Boston  'Transfript.^   .;���? "    \-.,i.'S V��"."' .. .  , "This milk is warm, mamma,''.said(  sthe city bojvlasting' milk-in thdcbun-  i try fbr'.he first'time. < .Y,.<' "   J" *-���:.'-.��� _  I-   "Yes, my son/' .rcplied^the-parent.-1  f r"I suppose it \\ J��-sJfc'7F,-_ll.'l*irS.m'. ti1?  cow." _. s',���* tfk���#-'-,%' '/'i'^.y  1 "Oh, 1 thought, they'd "made'a'mistake and put hot water-instead of cold"  in it."���Yonkers Statesman. ^'*a-;  V.v.  ,   t <  Those who have charge of the arrangements for the Christian Endeavor  convention to be held in Brandon ou  October 17, 18, and 19,' are looking  forward , with intense interest to the  part to be taken by Mr. Von Ogden  Vogt, the General Secretary of the  World's Union, Boston, To Mr. Vogt  was due in a large measure the success  that attended the Baltimore convention  in July of this year. With "infinite  care he .arranged tlie details of the  program and selected men from all  over the Christian world to take the  most  important   parts. Mr.   Vogt,  though only 26 years of age, is a man  of remarkably matured and sincere  ideas, and'''to this may be attributed  the success that has placed him in a  position of first importance in Christian  Endeavpr work. When it became necessary to-selecfr>a successor to Mr. John  Willis ,B aer as General Secretary',,, the  TJnion.executive the first consideration  was* to secure a young man. The  further requisites were that the man  should be a college graduate, a Presbyterian in faith, a Western 'man, and a  layman. To'find one, embodying all  these qualities was not easy. Mr. Vogt,  who was born in Ohieagc^. had taken a  thorough course in the public schools  there, and had graduated from Beloit  College', Wisconsin'. ' Some of Mr. Vogt's  friends in Chicago"recommended him  for the'position of Secretary. He,was  summpned to Boston to give an address  on "Citizenship."' It was his 'first  public address, and he .prepared it on  the'tiain,",while on his way , to the  eastern city. ''It was,, a splendid success," and he was afterwards chosen for  the' position .at a salary of .2,500 a  yean with occasional increases.  MJ Much-of'Mr" Vogt's tiineis taken up  in-visiting -conventions inrall parts of  America where the i,work is active or  needs ,V strengthening. ^ His t extensive  knowledge of ' Endeavor work, , combined" with his ' rare- natural ' abilities  as'rari'organizer,' has'provided him with  a.,vast fund of information, and makes  htm* a -convention" worker of -unusual  value.*',He is a clear and fluent speaker  combining practical suggestions with  pleasing eloquence.-. His-, mind and  soul is thoroughly engrossed in his  .work.-and his enthusiasm is well seasoned wkhiLsiiicerityrTAt the Brandon  convention he will take a prominent  part. On the second and third day  of Hh'ed convention;-.he,'will conduct,  "Schools of Methods." These are features'of the,program which have never  before been attempted at Manitoba  conventions, "and they 'are made possible 'only" by ther,presence of, Mr.  Vogt.,-- . - "��� ' r-  ' After'visiting"Brandon and Winnipeg  Mr Vogt will proceed to'Boston, where  he-will report on the.respective merits  'of Kansas, City," -Los Angeles, and  Minneapolis the four cities wanting the  International- Convention f'^-  ���Manitoba endcavorcrs-are all anxious  that the, Convention be.hcld'in Mmne-  ing _F��iI  , and Erysipel  Two Severe Cases Which Illustrate the Extraordine  ,  ary Soothing, Healing Virtues of  . CHASE'S OINTMENT.  Scores of people do not think of  trying Dr. .Chase's Ointment for  bleeding piles because they have used  so many other treatments in vain  and do not believe their ailment curable. It is by curing when others  fail that Dr. Chase's Ointment has  won such a record for itself. It will  not fail to promptly relieve and completely cure any form of piles, no  matter how severe or of how long  standing.  . Mr. James Uriah Pye, Marie Joseph  Guysborough Co., N.S*,~writes : I was  bad ,with bleeding piles for aboutfour  years and could get no help." Dr.  Chase's Ointment cured me in a very  short time and I cannot praise it too  highly for this cure. Mrs. Thomas  Smith was troubled with erysipelas  in the feet and legs and was all swollen up. I gave her some of the ointment, which took out the swelling  and healed all the sores.    She had  ried many   treatments   before,   but  none seemed to do her any good. I  am telling my friends about the wonderful cuies which Dr. Chase's Ointment'made for Mrs. Smith and myself, and would say that it is only a  pleasure for me to recommend 60 excellent a preparation.','  Wherever there is irritation, inflammation, ulceration or itching'of  the skin Dr. Chase's Ointment will  bring quick: relief and will ultimately  heal and cure. On this "account it is  useful in scores of ways in every  house for the cure of eczejnaL salt  rhovm, tetter, scald head.~c_f_.nng,  itching peculiar to women, pin worms,  piles, and all sorts of skin diseases  and eruptions.'   ^ , '  Dr. Chase's Ointment,. 60 cents a  box at all dealers, or Edrnanson, Bates  <Ss Company, Toronto. To protect you  against imitations the portrait and  signature of Dr. A. "W. Chase, the  Ifamous receipt book author, are,on  ' everv box of his remedies. ,    _.  !      -      ' ,   1 , , V  Great  ������� >   f f  '      " Psychine " is a wonderful  tonic..    It   contains    medicinal  ��� elements not found in any of the  patent  medicines. .  "Psychine"  is a regular practicing physician's ,  ������ formula.. A tonic for weak people, '  ' for men of business worries, for the  * tired *" mother,   the' pale,   languid '  girl.   Young girls just budding into  ' womanhood ;  elderly people who  feel that weakness due to old age  '  ���find it a remedy, they cannot do  without.'    It restores vitality, ere- ,  ales rich, new blood, removes all ,  iinpurities,"strengtbens the nerves. ~  If you need a trial ask druggist for  1     " PSVCHINE.','     '��� ���     '  GREATEST.OF ALL TONICS;  " \    .. ���    .1/V--y." ���*"���*" '��'��� ��� f' &* and it is proposed that a petition  B.wkcr���Sav, old cbap}-l'm in beast-  ?��   drnwn -upland   endorsed - by "-the  ly hard'hick, need';- money] badly -*and( Br**tndon   Convention   requesting * that  haven't the least idea whereTcan.get.it.   fi.���-��fFiour- City."   be  chosen. -'     Ihe  < 13.1-Uer-Well,, rm^glad'to'hcafythat' i_-0Dcration'of .the Saskatchewan and  I thought p'erhaps you had an idea you   A1ijlta Conventions ,are 'earnestly, re-   C _.,__ "-.puctoj^.-'^.^i. ��u��te.d, in,-'this- matter.',. Any 'com-  -'"''"'  - "���'.' iunications on'the subject'should be  .-. f1,.,!Vi__j.j._v Mr-   T  T.-'T-nnd. Winnipeg  ftRONOUNCEO^SI^EEN)"'  ,ALL DRUCCISTSr^ONE DOLLAR^FREE TRIAL' -  ���*       - te_.        "*  "j   -       .   *j.h     a ���"  ��   j '1 c      _.__.  could touch mc for ft. L  -M.hvaukecrSeiitincl.  .   -\. _        ��� t��  The Caller���Thc man who wrote that  poem you printed yesterday didn't  know what he was writing about.  The Editor���Of course not. OtherT  wiic it wouldn't have been written'.���  Chicago News.      . "*,    ,  ____________     *'  Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectaa.  Soap Powder is bettei than other powders,  v it Is,both soan and disinfectant.      34  - (      ,  1  "Of course your wife always insists  upoa your doing her.bidding'." '  Henpeck���Gracious no! Whenever  she lakes me to an auction sale I have  to sit perfectly still.���Philadelphia  Ledger. .       ...      \   *  if 'Well, Willie,"  asked the-preacher,  what are you going.to be when you  grow up?" - -    ���  "A man."���Chicago llc'cord-Hcrald.  "Looking better than usual! Can't  you sec my face is covered with court  plaster'"'  "Yes, I noticed it."���Houston Post.  Minard's  Liniment  where.  for'  sale   Every-  Calarrh for twenty years and  cured In a few days.���Hon. GcorCo  -Inrriw, of Scranton; Tn., nays: "I 1>i"�� Lcon a  airtM-to Catarrh for tironty Jfonm. coiwtant h��wk.  Inn. dropiunB In tho throat ami pnln In t.ho hoiwl.  >"ry olTon��lvo bronth. I tried Dr. Acnovt's Catarrhal  I'oir.lcr Tho flriit appllontlon k��\o Inntant rollof,  Alt��r ualnii a tow bottlou I waa carod.   60 contn.���1  Miss Homanz���You don't appear to  euro much for music. Don't you even  I'kc- the popular airs?  . Miss Hunter���No, the only popular  R|f with me is thc millionaire.���Phila-  delphia Press.  A   modern  battle   for  weapon    in   thd  hOa_t_t.��� It   dixraso  hits  lalfii jour tltailul of honlth, tho atoinnch, nnd i��  tnrlurltiit >nu with liuliKoxtion, ilifpoi��In, nnd  '"-nous prmtrntian. Son th Amoru im Non Ino In tho  ���"i"i[��n tn ll^i^o tho enemy from 111-, utronghold " at  '"o point of tho lm>onc��t," tronch by tronch, lint  ���* 'I nnd miro, It nlwnjB wins.���4  Waiter���If you'll wait a minute, sir,  1 H see what is the matter.  vAn_ry Customer (tired waiting)���  ���\e\er mind. I don't think tho evpla-  "ation would satisfy my appetite.���  ��>ew York Press.  Cash or Cure  II Shiloh's Consumption Cure fails to cure  your Cold or Cough, you get back all you  paid for it. You are sure of a Cure or  theCasH.. V  II it wasn't a sure cure, this offer would  'not be made.  C��i anything be fairer ?  II you have a Cold; Cough.rbr any disease  ol the Throat, Lungs or Ailr Passages, try  25c. per bottle;  3'3  All dealers guarantee it.  Carte'rhall, Nfld.,' Jan. 8, 1898.  MESSRS C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  Yarmouth, N. S. ,.,  Dear Sirs,���while In the country  last summer I was badly bitten by  mosquitoes, so badly that I thought I  would be disfigured for a couple of  weeks.' I was advised to' try your  Liniment to allay the irritation, and  did so The effect was -mor^e than l  expected, a few applications completely curing the Irritation, and preventing the^ bites from becoming  ore MINARD'S LINIMENT is also  I��good article to keep off the mosquitoes.    ' . .    ii.    '      r  Yours truly, ,  W. A. V. R.  Mrs. Youngman���The idea Its very  funny you can't give mc any money.  My husband has an account here.  Bank Cashier..I know, madam, but  if your husband wanted you to have  some money he should have given, you  ft M.sCkYoungman-But my gracious!  If he's got an account here can t jou  charge git?-Catholic Standard and  Times.  "I never mot any one ,so eccentric.  He savs ho docsn'^ hclieve there s any  such thine as luck. ,  "That's not eccentric. Some people  never do have any luck, and they get  so pessimistic"��� '   . ,     .���i. ,,.  ������But he says he docsn t believe  there's such a thing as bad luck. ���  Philadelphia Press.  Fuddy���Grimes tells me lie is not a  caudate for any office All ho wants  ho savs, is to make an honest living.  D^ddy���Jf that is all he wants of  course he isn't a candidate or office.  S?"rnM thil a man will waste his breath  5SK self evident truths-Boston  Transcript.  "This milk is warm, mamma, said  thc city boy, tasting milk m the country for thc first time.  '���Yes my son," replied the parent.  'I  supposcyit  is  just  fresh from  the  C��''6h, I thought they'd made a mistake and put hot water instead of cola  ������', ,(, "���Yonkers Statesman.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Burns, Etc.  i  Two yesrs  Abed.���"Foroinhtjonn  I ,���_.iod ������ no ono ovor did WHh rhoumntium , to  t��oyoar��Ilni-ln bodi'con.ld .not. ��o much a�� food  ���_lT Alric-nd rocoi.mon.lod South American  Sh^����t.b Onro.' After throo do-en I conld .It-jj.-  To^!nyI..mn�� ��tronB-���� ever. I wn��. -Mw. John  Cook, 287 Ollutoo. Btroot, Toronto.���i  },*   " >"   OR T. A. SLOOUM^Limited .,,"��    .<  ���: Tl7# KinarSt.'w./ Toronto,1 Canada.'  ft  $1 EL -sPeciaI  ���        Watch  . ThisiS-jewel " Ryrie"  movement is fully guaranteed and good enough  for a solid gold covering.,  But we have widened its  opportunities for " scrv-  u- ing mankind" by offering  it for, just $15.00 in a 25-  j-car gold filled case���  1   ladies'   or   men's   size.  Diamond Hall's recent  enlargement means increased values to- customers. f  1  RYRIE BROS.  . ���LIMITED   134-138 YONOE ST,  TORONTO    -    ONT.  __  / 'T.  ���"���*^-.--"i.-.-v-f^.*f  Customer���I want somo up to date  Salesman���Yiss'm. Here's a divorce  doll that says stepmothor and stepfather.���Brooklyn Life. .  Is fninoo* forlu softn��M����d��tr<-1-'r*'**  Tbecceaa alj-th�� cliij^tf-t_a rich  grud*t U*d-��lvci _?. ��l?44clty ��fld  riltln��ss aad ��UengUj to tbe wool,  that 1�� iolasIa�� la wool from otilcr  countrie*. v    *���-��-���-  The ooiy Ua.erwear in the -world,  made ot Nova Scotia Wool, U  f\   -  Stemfield's    ^  V��sHrinKable  Vnderwear  That U one reaeoo why "st__nfi��W��  Uaabrintoible " I* eof' an<- co*^0-"'*  aWe-\tear�� to well-bolds its shape U-  ne����-��ad U absolutely wnahrinkable.  W��*r " Stan-Jeld'l" thli winter���  U you Wafl. befclUi. aod  comfort, M& d-KjblUty.  *r^  -ffiDGMM^  M ^"liOONEY BISCUIT * CANDY. CO    .  %i:-:���':?.---���:     ��� ���'STRATFORD. TCANAOA -  from the.  '' Ovens^to You  -������.''*:''   ' .      -.11  We   bridge', distance,I  ��� 1 -' >    ��_.' 1. "* ' '     *.   / r  I   with four ���moisture'proof.  dust'pfo6f,packagcs. HalU  i. i�� ' - Vi- �� , V , 1 -, - t  " fax" and... Vancouver   are t  ������ brought    to7"1- the - ovens  -doors.' .- Frarms and small '[  , ' - ���*.' v; <*      , ���* * *  -���'���  towns are put on the same  .I.1      .    .   ���, -*  1 plane. with the big cities."  * 'V--   '   ;   -   ''-    .      ���'  Mooneyi's Perfection,  Cream" Sodas .<-  are packed jn hygienic, air-tight;  - packages fTeshr crisp, delicious-1- ,  1 and - reach you in the same con-,  dinon. nomatter where you-Kve.   j  - C AT ALL GROCCRa'  Mrs.-Wise���That'clock's as eccentric  as it" can be.' ' Yesterday iti'was fast,  the'day before.it ,w-as' sit. w/and .now it  seems   to Vbe'f stopped^ altogether.___I  thought you.,were' going, to fix it. "i^"  ';,  ".Mr.AVise���Idid.*',      *4,  '",'- -,     "-  , Mrs. Wise-rBut' it isn't** going at all.  ,.e-Mrr Wise���I, know. j^B'fixed it-'so it  couldn't 1 fool  'anybody ' anyrVlmore.-^  Catholic"Standard and Times: ���*   v '    ''  ��� t.i       *:       . i'- -  "' :      = _ 'v   '- V .���*"  , ,-j.:..   <t      ��� ., .     .'     ttj ?1      .',1 --.'   -..<- i  ��� -"I":-ought*-it* meant' death  'SUre."���Mr*. Jnmes McKlm. of Dunrnlllo. Ont.  noja of hor nlmost mirnoaloua euro' from heart  dhonso b> Dr. Acnew's Curo for tho Henrt: " Until  Ibognn tnkuiR th>8 remodj I donpnlrod o�� my life.  I hnd heart fniluro" ��nd ortromo prostration. Ono  do��e eavo mo quick roliof and ono bottle cured mo.  Tho sufteriuss of juuw ��ero dmpollodliko mnBic."~3  rj-*a  ���'What is ihe difference between history and fiction?" ' '  "Well " answered the unbelieving  po-jot, "one great difference is x that  nciion'frankly owns up to being largely  untrue."���Washington-Star. -  .  ' A Medicine for the .Miner's PaclL���  Prospectors and othors going into the  mining regions where doctors are few,  .and drug btorcs not at all, should provide  themselves with a supply of Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil. It will offset the effects of  exposure, reduco sprains and when taken  internally will prevent and cure" colds  and soro" throat, and as a lubricant will  keep the muscles in good condition.  Moses (awakening with* a' smile)���1  dreamed I was in bankruptcy!        ssss  Abraham (excitedly)���For heaven's  sake, dreams always go by contraries"  You arc going to have somo misfortune.  ���Mcggendorfer Blatter.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  '". "Ethel, I wish you wouldn't go out  and play golf so much with that young  Phoozlc." ,     ,    \  "Why, mamma, if I didn't do that  he'd   come   here   and   talk  it   all   the  time."���Chicago_Tribune.  * ___________ s  Waiter���If you'll wait a minute, sir,  I'll sec what is tho matter.  Angry   Customer   (tired   waiting)���  Never mind. I don't think thc explanation   would   satisfy   my   appetite.���  New York Press  New York Prcrr.  Miss Roman?���You don't appear to  care much for music. Don't you even  like thc popular airs? v  Miss Hunter���No, thc only popular  air with me is thc millionaire.���Philadelphia Pi ess.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  * Prevent Disorder.���At, tho first symptoms of internal disorder, I'armolce's  VceUible Pills should be resorted to  immodialelv. Two or three of theso  salutarv pellets, taken befoto going to  bed, followed by dot-os of one or two pills  for two or thieo nights in succession,  will servo as a preventive of attacks of  dvspepsia and all tho discomforts which  follow in tho tram of that fell disorder.  Tho means aro simplo when tho way is  known.  f/y  "What a debt wc owe to medical science!"   he  said   as  he   put  down  the  mDcr 1  "Good gracious!" she exclaimed.  ."Haven't you paid that doctor s bill  yet?" ���- ' .     ____��____ .;  "Do you really think I begin to show  mv years, Ella?". ,,,,���  "Do you want me to answer frankly?  '"Why, yes of course."    -. .  "Then, let us change the subject. ���  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  V>/    SM   ��J    IMo/B-SSB ".  ROPY AND BITTER  MILK.  Both   Tbeir   Condition.   Are   Usually  Cunaeil  by   BacterJn.  A ropy milk is not always caused by  bacteria, but it may come from the  animal suffering from certain diseases,  particularly gargeL In tho majority  of cases the trouble Is due to the development of bacteria subsequent to  the milking, says Hoard's Dairyman.  The cause of ropy milk can be traced  to several species of bacteria, but tlie  one that Is the most troublesome in  the United States can be traced to an  organism that Is an inhabitant of water. It' has been found living and  growing in the water used for washing the milk vessels or for submerging them to cool-the milk. .Through  such a source of contamination tlie  bacillus gets Into the milk. The  trouble can usually be removed by  thoroughly scalding the milk utensils  and water tanks in which the water  stands for the cooling of milk.  _ , Bitter milk Is due to several causes.  Cows produce bitter mllk^after eating  certain foods, like ragweed and lupine.  Perhaps these weeds have bacteria on  their leaves and stems, which get on  the cows' udders and fall into the  milk' at the time of milking, and the  eating of the weeds does not causo the  bitter tast* In milk. >Some cows pro-'  duce bitter milk when w;ell along ln  the period of lactation, and certain udder diseases render the milk bitter. As  a rule, bitter milk ls0caused by the  growth of bacteria which have resisted the,heat of sterilization. It is no  easy matter'to destroy the bacteria  that cause bitter flavored ^ilk. Just  b��_ore milking the cows' udders should  ,be washed ln a 2 per cent solution of  gods, and the milk duct with a 3 per  cent solution of boraclc acid. '  ,  ' Sometimes   milk   develops   a, bitter  ���'taste by keeping It too long at a very  low temperature.    In such cases the  milk should,not be cooled quite so low  ln   temperature   and  consumed   more  , quickly.   'While' heat falls , to destroy  ' the', spores of these bacteria, yet "all the  milking vessels: should -be- thoroughly  scalded ^whenever, a dairy If Infected  with these; germs.1      3    ���    ��� - i     ��� /  - *��� tf- *"-    - "      -     ��� " "       >  "' improTlne'tli* Dairy Herd.  .A dairyman may start with nothing  but' the most ordinary - cows, and by  simply breeding to dairy,sires of ex-  'cellent- .'quality and'pure breeding 'he  ��'will ln a few, years have! a fine working herd, says ,'HolsteIn-Friesian Reg-'  lster.% There is no reason!why a good  herd of grades cannot'be made to, yield  a profit, but too^many of ns do not'appreciate the value of a purs bred sir^.,  .. i     -    ' ��� ���>>"     ���>      r ���  . �� - ,      1  '- ' ,' Catarrh,  of the Udder. '  ' Catarrh of,ithe lidder may be caused  -by- the cow ."lying on damp ground  night' after"night or by -a germt whichr  isVintroduced ' Into the - udder.. ,>Low  ground pasture for dairy,cows;should  have some high*groiind .^upoa' which  ' they may lie after eating.     ��� * / ���. *  b  >v  BY ROYAL. WARRANT. MILLER5 TO H.R.H. THE PRT*iCE OF WALES  1 ,  /  ��  The "Royal Household"  Brand on Flour is your ^  protection.  ,'.  on  a  i,f  AROUND THE DAIRY  -76  'i*It should be conslderedrtha't the poorest cows,"eat-practically, as; much as  the best.'.This.will hold true generally.  *A poor cow'wiireatWmucli'as.a good  ^cow. ^,'Also, while a good cow? will'return ten to twenty.,times 'a_sAmuch profit  as the poor cow.'she can be .bought for  but very little more.' Her price is but  of all proportion to her profitableness.  In short, the good cow Is a highly  'profitable investment. The poorest  cows are kept at a positive loss.  Raal Value  of a  Good Covr.  The real value of a fine milk cow  lies In her pedigree, her prepotent power of heredity; that power that a long  line of good ancestors gives her to pass  her good qualities along to her offspring, so that a.great deal depends  upon the man as to whether he Is wise  ,In"the selection of the kind of-animal  for the work, and with the care and  ' feed there is - nothing to ' hinder the  dairyman from being _ master of the  situation and having conditions favorable to his ambitions.  At-iCal-rlng Time.  Never allow a cow to calve in the  pasture. The young thing in* such  cases partakes of the wild, and lt Is  never overcome, says Farm Journal.  If it is acheifer, lt will never make a  perfectly docile cow. If a bull, lt will  *be wild and vicious.  0     Trnlnlnsr the  Heifer.  Take your <time about teaching th.  heifer to milk. Lots of men are in too  big a* hurry, and they expect too much  of tho young cows anyway. It has  taken most of us a good many years  to learn what we know, and there  are some' things that we are not altogether posted on even now.  White  Special  In  Batter.  Carelessness in warming cream is responsible for the white specks which  are sometimes found in the butter,  writes a correspondent of National  Stockman. If the cream becomes too  warm, lt separates or "wheys off" exactly tho same as sour milk does In  tho process of making cottage cheese.  The sour milk becomes curd; then,  when the butter comes, this curd, in  fine particles, is found Incorporated  with it���a very annoying state of affairs, and all owing to carelessness.  When this is allowed to occur, the only  thing to do Is to strain the cream before churning.  Need  of Coollnar Milk.  Decomposition commences in milk,  If allowed to retain its natural heat,  soon after It Is drawn from the cow.  Poor Coira Are Dear at Any Frlre.  It is no sacrifice to pay a big pries  for a cow if you are sure of getting  big money back again. Where the loss  comes ln Is ln buying a poor cow just  because sh�� is cheap. The poorest  thing a man can hay* ��a tho farm is  a ooor sow.  Should assist Nature at those times  when thc s\stcm is upset, thc nervous tone low and a feeling of depression or languor exists.' An experience of over 50 years warrants  the statement' that no; medicine  gives such prompt relief as ..:.  Beecham's  . '������"'.Pills.-' Y  Sold Everywhere1__In_boxes_25 cants.  The   n Royal  Household"   brand  barrel or bag of flour means - that Ogilvies,  guarantee that flour to be the best���that if'  it is not satisfactory you may return it and get  your money back.     "        u       '       -    < ������'  Ogilvies stand behind every pound of flour,  that bears their "Royal Household" Brand.  * _. " '. '  -  ' .That is your protection.    ��  Moit people do not'realize the necessity of  absolute purity in flour���great care is taken'to,  use only pure milk, pure water,- etc^ but flour,'  " that one thing that forms thegreatesl part ,of  .their food, is taken on chance���:but lhey_are  *��� learning better. r ��� . ,' '  *":       *,    * ���"  ty , T  , \,,As Royal'Household'Flour-is the only  ' flour-in this country, thoroughly;purified and'   ,,,x  sterilized by^'eledtricity^isit hot^worth while ���(/��  ' to give it at Ieait at trial.*,,   >. ��� - Y ��� '<-    -<     ,  1 ' " -, / 'I  It bears - the ��tamp of the moSt responsible  "makers.     Yqu,can have, no better guarantee ,  than*the*Ojgilvie Flour Mills-Co.x i      '    -    ,  r I  i. -.  'It-.  f-7  i - *!'  'I-'  **-��� t i��'*?*  -������- fa-"1-- *?��?���>-.  ���J-^v.^'iWl  ,; ��* ;V>-&*--$*|  >;.^iv*_!^'_t|  ,ii._ *.,!,:?',-��l  'Do Not Delay .���When, through-debilitated digestive organs, poison, finds  its way into tbo* blood, the' prime consideration is to get the poison out as  rapidly and" as1 thoioughly as possible.  Delay"-may mean, 'disaster. Parmelee's  Vege'table Pills will" bo found: a mott  valuable and effedtiyo medicine, to assail  the intruder, with. - They f never, fail  They go at 'once to" tho "seat of tho  trouble and"work a permanentdcure.,   --  -   . (  ���    - j.        ��� .-        *' J* -K    -  The boots'of the, time of Louis'XIV  were often two feet'broad at the top.  .���* FredericTsfthe.. Great had a sharp,  hatchet .face, - with-a^cold blue eye,  that, as one of his contemporaries said,  "gleamed like a reflection of light from  a bayonet." '     v  Just Common Sense  .       "   "~ r    , ' '    "  ���    1.     ',     '     T    -   .1 t    '  y '.    * ^���<~.\i and       ,     ������*���������  Extract op Beep]  1 ''���*-','' Cr:" '   '-* s?it'*'*- I  -, .*. ~\    *   _!'*��.   i*-     t'J[Zl- .  , ��� ���  VvsD_t()lS',j_^  ,-,  . .'V    ~;_5.C s%-i.\|  -J--1-*    \h '-, ji-r*- T  "  ?-.    -,,-tyi'h:^  �������-..     -ji-,   3r\-> r,  1   1    -,<���- ''',-.   Ittf',Ti'.i",r'  ���v -i''**- Jff',^)*-:'  .    - ,"?'i-,','5fr't?l''f?i."'1A  a.      ^f ^'   .H1-j!'VJl|ir   .*  - -���'   a ', Jg   *'r\'. >  ,<r'^%J%i  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on human or animals, cured  in ,30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion.   It never fails. At all druggists.  <- Dr. Johnson had an exceedingl>  unattrative face. His complexion was'  red; his eyes, besides being bleared  with scrofula, .were, so nearsighted  that his'expression was that of intense dullness.  $100- REWARD $100.  The renders of this pnper will bo plonsod to lonrn,  thnt thoro la at lea?t one drondod dit*on?o that Hctenco  hna been able to euro in all Its stage", and thot Is  Catarrh. Hall's Cntnrrh Cnro is tlio only posltLTO  curo now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh  bflinc n constitutional di.eate. requiros n conslitu-  tional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Curo is taken in-  ternnlls acting directly on the blood ano\ mucous  surfaces otthe sjstem. thereby de*.tro^inK tho found-  ntion of tho disease, and ^mng tho patient strenKth  hy building up tho constitution nnd nssi��tms naturo  in dome Its work. Tho proprietors hn\o so much  faith in its curntne powers that they offer Ono nun-  drod Dollars for nn> enso that it fails to curo. "  for list of testimonials. *'  Address: F. J. CHENEY 4 Co.. Toledo, 0.  Sold by druggists 75c.  Toko Hull's Tamil)- Tills for coustipation.  Send  Speaking of the gambling evil, a  London coroner says: "I always look  for suicides after tho Derby. After  that event you always find that a certain number of shop assistants have  absconded and a number of other peq-  ple have committed suicide."  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  is prepared from drugs known to tho  profession as thoroughly reliable for the  cure of cholera, djacntcry, diauhcca,  griping pains nnd summer complaints.  It has been us-cd sneces*.fully by medical  practitioners for u number Of years with  gratfij ing results. If suffering from any  btimm'er complaint it is ju-t the medicine  that will curo you. Try a bottle. It  sells for 25 cents.  New Zealand commemorates the love  of the Dutch explorers for their native  country. There is a district in Hol-  .ind known as Sealnnd.  Much distress and sickness in children  is caused by worms. Mother Cliavet."  Worm Exterminator gives relief by removing tho cause. Givo it a tiial and  bo convinced.  Denmark was at fiist Danuiark, or  the mark of limit set by Dan, a Scan-  divanian chief who claimed jmisdic.  tion over its territories.  additional^.expeuse.-       ( '  ^;  "Culinary Wrinkles" tells  how to kuse ���'Armour's  Extract-'  of Beef [in-tlie  kitchen, at   the .  chafing  disli,  aud  iu  the  sick-   ���  rooui. '' Seut j>ost-Daid on receipt  of   name,, and   address   aud   a  metal   caji^from.a  jar  of  Extract of Beef!'   Sold by druggists'  and grocers.  .    ARMOUR LIMITED, Toronto  _��_*>. fi��r if  ''li  rfl   ��� '  ���f   '{,  PRINTERS WANTED  W $,18 00 PER WEEK  _ ATJPI.T TO  O. H. LPOLLARD  175 M'DERMOTT'AVE., WINNIPEG  The master printers of Winnipeg  having decided that they could not  afford to work their plants only eigh l  hours a day, have declared their shops  to be froiri this .time forward OPEN  SHOPS, and will employ non-union  or any union printers who will work  the regular fifty-three hours a week.  r.o. b.i sra  IN  rt.x <3fl  Canadian. Co-operative Company, Ltd.  John. MoVlcar, Mgr.  Oommiuton M��roh��uti wi d����l��r�� ia ��11 kla<��  of GKllK.     Oeail��nn��kt��   8ell��lt��4.    Write.  Phew* ��r Wlr�� ni for P��rUc��Ur��.    *  Offices, 3.3 Molntyrft Block, Winnipeg.  The Keeley Cure  Has restored to health, prosperity and happiness 600,000  people who were diseased and  poisoned from the use of LIQUOR and DRUGS. Write  To-day, now and get the necessary   Information   about   it.  ADDRESS "���  13S   OSBORNE   ST.,   FORT    ROUGH  WINNIPEG,   MAN. j  OPEN   A   ONE - POURID   PACKAGE   OF  and note  the   Pure  Aroma of  the Tea-  Garden.   Mo Tea oan compare with GOLD  STANDARD.    That's why It is  uaranteod th�� Bdst."  cc  H_r*'' ■*?y
_iiH__?*^«^S5_SS^C-t^"s-,-i. A-Sist-A...^... __•».*..
. 4^_^___-_3__t<u_________u*'-
;. .>
i -J
P iblit-bed in th»- intiTPfii oi tut people
ot .Vluyif anil 'Kh-M Kuoienay.
*•   J.SMiTH * OO.
BAT!..- OF dU. IK*K11TM1>.
Oje Year..
. .J2.CK
SA'JUHDAYJ OUT.   11,''ibuo.
n_" i
w^av1 i
Ir  II. ill>« s
{.. -» "VTi - if
-.. A.1-
'   '.p$
. *_Ii«
_ tlli
-    The editor of the OrauOrook Iltia'd
hrts been "hollering hisi head   cfl"'  fcr
t-everal weeks pttiJt   because   tue  gov-
' • ' i . '
,  er'nment was not making as many pub
lie   improvemeutri iu the   dirtrict tbif
year as would please the Herald.    Tbe
reason for ibis hp 1av$ fp the ,fact lhat
.     •   /   f   :       i - '-       -* •'
si   the   last. Provincial   eitction   Di.
- • • .      ,     t ., i      -       *
King,»   Liberal, waa   eloctra   o\cr   a
_I_i  *' " * r "
Conservative in this.district and   that
, ■ v -
, -pie Conservative government   is  now
playing   buck   at   the     people     who
,    elected him.     , j '
Such a   contention   is   the  rank eat
kind   of   "tommyrot,"   and   no    one
- knows thia bettor than Simpson.   The
Fernie district, which1"' is5" represented
.    •     ■-■-,■' ,
'  byi*°a. Conservative,   is   receiving   the
same treatment exactly as is lbs Cranbrook district, irepresented by a' Lib—
oral.    And it is safe^to say that * thero
is not a Liberal district  in  the,<Frbv—
'[        ' - c .   '--  i *
ince   which" is, being < discriminated
utrainst by'the McBride'government.l*-
& - '       * ■ i
>, As was  staled in   the   Leader, two
* jveeks ago,, tbe   government  has  de-
i i-     i' , '"      "
cided upon a" policy whioh  will  savt*
i     i    - ,     -
the Province'thousands of dollars >an-
t '
Dually., ,The plan is to make the government improvements in  the >spring
1  instead of during the summer months,
when*the ground is dry and  hard and
' more expensive to work, as  has here-
'   *  i     ' i. <
lufore been   the  case.   .Naturally  en—
*< '
' ough to do this  the   money  must  be
held over until  the 'following1* spnng,
i. i- i
but siter this year everything will 'run
-.along pmoothly i and   tlie  government
''will be commended for its action.' ' L
i   .' . . -.     y ■
The \Veck, a publication in Victoria,
referred to 'the "Old Man" as an   "Old
- Humbug." > We shall not do tbis/bujt
i ( .     — ,        .    i
> we BUggest that in future that'he^deal
1 i'  _ "      ,1  '■ • •     -       i      .-
• -more fair!-' with this matter.  ' '   "■
ii        ^[ .f   (, •   * .    ,.
It is to be regretted tbat men who
ilimp t nn without paying their bill*
run not be dealt with more severely,
V whipping pos-t could be used to good
.dvantagc m tuch ease?.'
The tilings near Lerancs, in Spain,
winch have an output of practically
Hit; Maine tonnage as that'of the St.
Eugene, employ 3.00Q iloii and sus-
Luu a population of 30,000. TJhe St.
•iuf-ue empL.ys abuut 300 men,
vhicb hus1ain» a populdjiou of only
!bout SOO. ' '"''''
And see pur Full Assortment of
Exit Gaynor and Greene.
Strange that Cas_ie Chad wick neyer
got a line on lhat Equitable reserve'
fund?   *   , „
—r— o
, The word Doukhobor means ['spirit
fighter," not necessarily "booze
John Houston need not have gone
bo far to get a job as a printer. There
is scarcely an office in B, C. but would
pave given John a "nit."
The echo, of Enid, Oregon, says:
"Sim Dip is again in ourc midst. Sim
would cut more ice with the ladies if
he would disguise himself in a clean
Vp pride onrn he*, in the Log- |
s'Boots our-."artorv turns out 3
o .Thu Cranbrook 11'i aid has roasted
Hun. ftobt. Green upon several occasions, but last -week  the "Old Man"
hit him "with   a   "pome.V   This  will
, i
.urcly  fetch 'em,   Poetry  on   a poli-
ticiin i-s said lo  have a   liko  effect   to
the     water   cine     on , a   refiactor>
**"" * ' ,
. The Moyie Leader ia brim full of,ads,
whicli gde3 to 'prove th.it' people, look
upon   it as   a   profitable  advertising
mudiuin.    lltiwevor, there  are   a  fi?\y
iu town thai thia paper does not suil,
and ihe pubhsheis haye nevtr lost any
sleep   trying  to   please this element,
either.   Tho ads   mav 'come  and  the
i i
ads may gd', but'the Leader-will go 'on
forever. - -     ,       ,,    , ,,
I  . r»* ;  >
* T I       ,       ' '
,,Chicago .Journal;   No'^young  mani
would ever btcome a   criminal  if   he
,i i   r-       n
knew what the   criminal  suffers,   and
becomes,,-how he   lives   in^' perpetual
' 'r       ii   i    l     '   '        i    - '
terror, has no'peace of mind-for a sin—
.      .     -       a' .-'- v.., .   t    ...t       -
gle moment, is hounded land   pursued
like a wild animal  from ' morning - till
i        i. . v
night until the sigh/- of his'own- ehad-
,ow is enough- to make him-sweat ice
water,-works < harder   and 'gains less
than any day laborer,- spends" by   far
the greater part of his time' in  prison
and,- faces the certainty, that he  will
pnd his dieary-existonce in a tdark°cel
i1   '   -
or staring wildely through   the *hang-
i * c- '      .   > ,     ' r
man's noose.,   That is the truth, about
<? ■
the criminal; the plain   truth. rThere
is no haopiness—only-fear and. shame
* *■ I -r -**"
aud sufi'i-ring, misery, sharp anrl"iiever
ending, aud.remorse.       .   ' "      \     ','
The Moyie   Drug and Stationery   Store.
lady Barber Shop,
' MlSrf'LIS DELL. Propnetross.
It * ' | D
Fir-it CUss   Wiuk.    B^,th    Booms in
'     '    Connection.
vrcroKivs-r. ' motib.
Hamilton Watches are giving- such,
universal satiafaction'that we have hud
a special movement1-'.put' up'^ for' u»
which is known as "Tate's ?SpocUL"
It iB a hiijh .grade movement,, which
canbe-bought at a reasonable price,
unci is,guaranteed to, be'*'a goodr time
deeper,      '       ',    i    ^V'' ■<  -\"^'   '■
W. F. TATB& SON.!-
^ i ^        ^     < *
C, P. JR.,Watch Inspectors,-"''1-""~   ,„ ,l ',
,- CE,ANBE.OOK,i(B. C.
Some Seasonable Advice.    ,-,
*°It may be a piece of superfluous ad-
vice tomrge people at this,season of
the year, to lay in a supply of. Chamberlain's Cough JRemedy. if" is almost,sure to be needed* before winter
is over, and 'much .more prompt^ and
satisfactory results are obtaiued when
taken ab soon Vs a cold is contracted
and before it has become settled in
the system, which can only, be done
by keepiug the remedy at band. This
remedy is so widely known andiso altogether good that no one should hes-
itatelabout buying it in preference to
iny other. Il is tor sale by the Moyie
Drug & Stationery store.
P.7 BURNS ;«!!■
' ..-I *  "*
,""-/'-      li,-, >*■-.,■;
-s. , ,      WHOLESALE ANl> RETAIL   .-
_,   -,        ", ''O   '      * '
,    Fresh 'and Cured'Meats,-Fresh
Fishj-Game' ana  Poultry.'   We
supply  only  the  best..   Your-
trade solicited.      J*  '"  ^,     .   -,
"*" i , l* ■ r
^ "    MTARKETS     ^     4   f   '
r * j   "   *      r
In. ■ all. .the Princinal
Cities and'-Towns -in
' ■'' British1 Columbia.-.* •
Under, New
* t        i
The»Dining'Koom  is  now, oprn'r the
, "7'B.ir   is newly  supplied, and
/   .     .every effort, will be made
- .1 f     -
~jy]   '        to give sutisfiSbtion.'
<• ,    . '" " '    I '      * -
J7A.: GOUPILL.-Propr!
i o. o. f.;
Wlldey _.odK« No. -M.
I   SIR) '
Meets every TuRsday evening in their
hall on Victoria street. Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
P. T. Smyth,  r F. J. Smyvh,-
Noble Grand.   <•» Secr'y.
Moyie   Miners'   Union
No. 71 W. F. of M.
Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members
are cordially invitjad to attend.       <
Tjaos. $. Kelly,
AV.M J. Feltham,
> J~_Lr«
Meets on tbe  first aud;third  Wedneo;
day of each mouil/ at 8 P. AI.
," ,     ' '   '    ''
E-A. HILL,     ,     J. H  HA.WKE,
.'   Worthy Pres.      -'   ' Worthy Secr'y.'
Harvey   &   McCarter,
\   ' " *
', Barristers, Solicitors, JSTotaries, Etc.
*' '
Cranbrook,   -   - ; B. *C.
Having decided to close, but nay business in
Moyie, I am offering my whole stock of
,.'■ Clothing, Boots, Shoes,; Under-
vyear* Top Shirts, Sweat-
ers,Hose"   .
and everything to' be found in a first clas Gents
I     ' '      ' V     i'   '       I r < '
Furnishing Store ,,, ;._*•   *    ,■,
v «i   K
t(".-*     .tyy j.\K       a  ,*    ■" '  . »        j
M-e^sivHio^ • Oil.
B. C
•;','/(?. HVDUNBAR;/^
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary PublicpElc
', ';Cranbrook', B.C."*
i For Sale.   . ,
The place known as' the  Dill   milk
ranch, 320 acres, goo'd barn house, and
water nearby.   Also two   draft horses,
harness, sleds, wagon, etc.
Apply to '
h ' J. E. Crowe, Moyie, B. C.
General Draying
Business done.
All kinds of wqod
For ■ Sale, Good
Satisfaction to
Thi-s aro   all   No. 1   leather   aut^
manufactured by men who ltnov
WePtern oor.ditjons   from   liavuu
lived the life of a Western.    Yot
never imagined a  boot' could b'
made lo stand tho wear and   tout
'ike our   Loggers'   Boots,    The\
are euding the argument for Eas n , witb h()Ils0 f()r commcrciftl mon
tern made boots every d iy. 11 o{ ^ . - Tj0lJ„.;cnSi    -
For salo retail by al! bood d?-0 g
t-rs. (3 lle.tdqu ir»i*rp   for   Com
mercial and Mining.Men.
Di:s.\<;i.Nikiu linos,  rroj>».    -
Larcp   ham pie   room   in   connection
MOYI^,   B. C.
•T \.<t J .
- ^hblesale- 'WineJ' *
' ."-and^Spirit. Mer7', \j
''   'Chant'.   f        '     *'*"
■ i   - --• ■'. *.    ;- '■--  •
rAg»*nt for Calgary-Brewing Co.'s  '
' \     ' ",  . • 'r -•
«. Beer; Ale and Porter. l
'    -.).. ~       i' -■'   'r      rr    •
T/Label &'Co.'ax      '      '', „     , "   \" ,<
x   'Hay'.and Grain."'-:
Schlitz-' and.C Calgary
^ ..       L'l   -   , ' v      1 -f
' ,    1   iVt" *-       - *' .(.* • 1   '      t-  '
Foreign and .Domestic,Wines, liquors
'■"*,    '\   '   and Cigars.'      ' '^"- *    '<"
:' '"'Vif.*   "   "  -"     "'<   "'.*''/   ;--.
":";   'cranbrook; " v'
B. C
'^E.a.: aWYNNE '-'"
Cigars,       Tobaccos,      Confectionery,
Fruits, Etc. >'<      ' .   , ■
l-'ARRELL BLOCK, Victoria St.
jLiyesley ^ £ 'Baldwin,
Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and
Feed Stable:
Keg Beer, Bottled
Beer and Porter
always on Hand.
St.   Joseph's   Convent.
nelson, n c.
jrfoarding and Day School conducted by thc-Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson
B. C. Commercial and biibiiiPbH
courses a specialty. Exct'lltmce and
swift progro-iS characterize each department. Parents should write for
particulars. One month azures the
public of the thoroughness of the
Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms
comm.uce Janu vry, April and Sui't.
Pupils are admitted during term.
British Colum   b.
""      ' BY   US1.VO
■•- -    ..-•-'.'.,•      >. .
1. v,      '---,■■   '• •*   .-
^; x_>___3_5s_r,_£?xj£_;n*,
Cranbrook;   '*
\> -*
George H. .Thompson;'
t   v       f\ \ *3     j      tl r   "fc
, *u   -f r /^BARitiSTKii,'So'Lrcrroit,-;'No-
:      '-  ,'"tary PunLi6,'V.c.    ''\Vc«"N'<
"■-."' t      '       v*     •>■-   M,-*11    .
CRANBROOK.,'  '"British ColVmdia:
-BUY, YOUR ,!'
■-*    «**   -"i, >'
J" ,     v 3^,   *■"■       .-.*      .1     .1     ,,        r. -.     11
- X/.*\     L
A, B, Stewart & Co.
Agent   for   Crows'   Neat
Steam Laundry.
Stove fixer and
-   Repairer.
Apply atr"Leader" o/lice.     ^ '
'And Gents'  3.uuNr.s?iEB.
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trousers,  Imported    Goods.
B. C
MINING l.eepg you
MAGAZINE poste<i.
Gives-each monthan index of all im-
portoiit articles appearing in over 200
American and foreign publications.'olso
abstracts of the most valuaBIc articles
and from four to eight original articles ,
by practical mining men, fully illus-
tiated.   $2.00 a year in ad\-anee,
sample copy, 20 cents.    Bend to
120 Liberty St root
Wow York
' ' '    .
Queens' A_/e.
Embalmi-rand Undertaker,
Phone 89. CRANBROOK.
Seattle, Tacoma
Pacific   Coast Points
Si,   Paul,   Chicago    New  York
Palace  and Tourist  Sleepers,   Buffet,
L'brarv care, Modern Day coaches
Dining   oars.      Meals
a La Carte.
Best Meals on Wheels
Fast   Overland,
For Tickets,  Rates, j Folders  arid'
Full-; information,! call on   or  ad- -
. drest any   Gr< at Northern Agent
or write
A.   G. P. A. C. P. A'T. A.
Se,:Ule,      ,'   701 W. Riverside Av
Spakane, Washington.
Choice of Routes.   All Via.   Sumas,
on    i
Vancouver   to  Seattle,  Via. Victoria.
Dominion Exhibition NewAYcst-a
Arrowhead    to    Vancouverj!  on
Sunday, Wednesday & Friday.    ;
For Rates, Folders or Tickets Apply
to Looal Agent.
J. Attwootl, Agent, Moyie
J. 8' CARTER, E. J. GOYLE,        j
-~-tx -:■ Conie inand examine goods and see  '   ii
:.T.,»,-, .v f ■ ta prices^ it^willpay'you.,ti; -1
i.t. 11
rr i
<i eee€€ee«e€^ee<^€e<*^;*^d33>5^yis»i_>_>:-J'_533s £_sei=)&a333e3i».«.
»'_   p , ,' ,   „.^   •> ■>      ?> u ' ill-,1- *-> > y. ' »-
tn   -.^ Tra BS   >aT ^    ltt   F-tB-.lll   .    ...ijit   "4   -u.¥    ff  T   Pli^   H^    9 i        fi
SO' :   f/K.-jw'E^JonftSi'olft*?;','     .       5.
l-Thiri-Hbtelis'New^d^weli^m^ The n
tf". - Tables are ."Supplied iwitH -the Best ■ the 41
-, ^MarKet;aff6ras:'-;The^Bar#,isvFilled .withal
'/i\ theBest\Bfands of-LiquBrs^and Cigars,^'
D(i  M
T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.
MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.   This hotel is close to  tbe mines, •
every Convenience for Working Men.
South Victoria St. M°YI '
Wholesale Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
British ColumH
Dint, Ptts*.:AEt.
-ise't Gon. Pas   A«t
,,    Vancouver.
We handle eyerything pn the Hardware ^ j
Also Cumherlahd blacksmith's coal,; PoW
fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at


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