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Array r-v,  1 .'  bl  iJti  i-W  usSa  :>. 70-  till  and!  ���i ~>  -  '      *-"*-*  re 27;  &  _^  -   ri  t.  irvrfv  ..... J^��**-*'V'  ^2?    ^"tS^^^-^^Zi^:^^--**"**'  1M2SJl9" 9��?W* 18. 1902,  *$9  ordsl ^  :lays are dangerotjsi:  Csesarte delay to glauce  'over a toiegBak��' cdst!  him his life on-bis return fpom tfte Sghgitg-  hbusp.'','.''-' ;t    '  Colonel Ea^, tlie Bufcli  ' commander ai Tvmil  $021? $ras having a gajr  ^"ti^wfe^n>;^e��r  letter;   stating   that.  Washington , t    was  prossing:    the    Dele-*  u ware-he shoved the  ���'. 'letter; in  his pocket;  .    without,  reading    it  until the sport wag  pver-his troops were  toKen and he tost 1ST,  MORAL.  1 '*' '  pQme and huy yoiji.  ^oods whe^n yoii oan  get tijem^t such low  prices $4 we, #,r.e now  offering. "Youcan huy  cheaper thanyou?d ex-  pect even from. us.  LOCAL NEWS.  President Appointed  Commission.  SIDES SAW!  Up Miners will Go Back-to  , Work Pending tho Do*  oif the Opra*  mission/ "������    ������  returned    to   Spokane  Washington, Oct. 16.~The great  Bntbrecit^Btpike is settled at 'last.. A  com mission ,o| six "percons, with a  seventh', Carroll D.'Wright, aa recorder, will' adjust ,'digerenoes between  operators and ""Infrieraf President  Mitchell of the minpra; union will take  tbe', nepeseary measures ' to call the  strike bjf. The president - will urge  immediate resumption of mining and  the operators aro expected to begin  next week.  '  The commission is composed of  Brigadier general', Jbiia if.- Wilson,-  retired, as an officer of the engineers.'  H,. W. Parker,' Washington,'D. C.  as on expert'mining' engineer.' ,_��_.!  Parker- is chief \ Bta'stiaticinu of, tlie  coal diyisiou of iho' Unttufi '{.lines geological survey and editor ci tlie- .Engineering and Jttiiurig Joiiriaal 'of'New'  \w ���: -"': ;.":   ��-,.-. 1  .'&��� M- .P1^ . perftsr Rapid/,, iov,'a,  grand chief of the' Qrder' qf Railway  Ooaductqrs, aa a sociologist.      l ''���.  "Thoinaa H. Watkjns_ Scran ton, Pa<,  aaa. man practically acqua.jn.ed with  the xnining ajid "ee_Mn]f ot boaL, '  Bishop Spal'd'ing'of'Peoria,*'jili  . Carroll  D:   Wright   has   been  an  pomted recorder "of the commission.-  ^. J. Peltier waa in town Monday.  W. L.,Jteid was in Spokane a few  days ago.        '; "���   ���  '- ���'   .   ' b  ' Grus  King  Wednesday.  L6ok out for R.  Campbell & Co.'a  hiotorical ad;'    ' *i    ''   "'   '   !   '"':    '    \  G,R,-Muir   was   at Cranbrook  the  first of the.week. "    '   '.'��� ";'<   ,,'"'  J'. M. Lindsay and family have' left  Marysville arid gone to Calgary.-'       '.  Mr. arid Mrs. Fbllerton' were  registered at' the Kootenay this .week.'       ,  'fllra.   Lacy-passed   through Moyio  Thursday on her v/ay to Kelson, '"-'- ''  Doaft forget,tho -ireo lunoh at Joe  XiodcreUdt'a hotel this evening,     '*  J. U. Haj>/ko got % splendid' p}otu.o  of the lake and boats' latrfi Saiiday'.   '  Brof. S.-W, Murphy Uft Moyfe Sunday to join his "pl<| partner, Erof.  "Barney". Wileon, at Michel.    '"   ���'  Tbe postoSJce is'now open eyery  evening, exoept' S^^day; untjl eight  o.clock.      : -      ���' ' ���' ��� <     ���'���*.-���  Items pf Interest Se^  E�� Biesterer Is Dead.--Oos-  tigan    Hurt.-Doukho- ,  bores  are: Stalle^ ^  on Pood Question^1 ', ���  ���'   i     t ���     -' I        f     ,1  Jt Ii. IJawke, manager of P. Burns  k Op/a Moyie branobj was' in Cranbrook Wednesday;     ��� .���-,'���.���  '   ���'     '.'���-.  ��� Under the new- train schedule 'the  west bound 'train arrives  in  Moyie  at  0:20 a. in., ant{ the east boumd"at 2:40  ��!crpok p. m'.        "    ' '" '       '    - :  Joe Kiederetadt will serve a free hot  lunch at his hotel"'tins evening.'-  tie  Will be pleased "to see hia friends;  '��� ,      - -      i - ���        i .     ,  Constable Dow of .Elko brought a  prisoner this far Thursday arid turned '  him'oyer  to   Canstable Drumir.ondj  who took him to Nelson. ,  ��� . ������        i      ,  The members oi the' Methodist  church held a very enjoyable social  last Thursday evening.���' ji, *pc also  yery successful from a 'financial point  of view..  yThe usual Presbyterian service  will  be held in the hall ne$l Sunday  even-  irig  at 7-.30  o'clock.' Sunday��� nqhool  at 3 pV';��.."   '    �����-..���!-*-.   -   ��� -"������'   -  ;^- >x* >*��.��� >^* >u* ">u'.>��.-.'^i- :,3!?>>��.'^?^;��v^  ;anadaw -bam.qf coirocE  [Paid Up Capital   $8,000,000,  HUBERT HAINES. iWGR  c\ym Snirt a X,og{rlnjj Canuj.  .^Manager H. Cameron of the Moyie  Lumber Co. received  a telegram   this  week from the shareholders  at  Fair-  bault, Minn., iustructiug him to make  proprratioue   for   starting   a  logging  oamp.    Sam Grant will be here within  a lew   days,   wheu  definite arrangements "will be made.  .IIANCH.  Laving Now StoeX.  Considerable new.steel will be laid  along the Prow's Xest line this fall  and winter. Thc tunnel at the head  of Moyie lake will also be enlarged.  Eoadnjaster   Chas.  Crossman    will  begin Monday laying new  steel   from j  Aldridge west, for about 10 miles,  will have :n   tho  neighborhood  of  mehemploycd.  A. Graham, grand master oi tha  Odd Fallows fur tbe^ jurisdiction of  British Columbia, Visited the Moyie  lodge Thursday. He is making nn  official tour of his district.  A. man named Hansen was arrested  near Aldridge Thursday and put in  the Moyie lookup. He is .cearg^d with  breaking into and robbing a cabin  west of here some time ago, He will  bo tried at Creston.  Parents should endeavor to keep  their children off the railroad and  away from the ��� station- when trains  come iu. Several children have bad  narrow escapes lately., ponstable  Drunimond sayshe wjll_be obliged to  to lake the matter in hand if the par-  jfc Tents do not.  ���10  ORAN^SROpK, 33- O-  0ARLO-V1)   OF   STQVES  JUST  ARRIVED.  ;i.i  Mail  Orders   Given Prompt A ttpntiou.  '< spacs is? iqss^RY:..!. ?oi.  Good Shoes  for ta.  MAi<_  M&ing Laftles #4 <^ts furnishers,  *?^^iS!SE5^��j  mi ���iiiwihh i  Wx&xsa&sas^^  H-.f.  Wf  lir.BAiir.NiK;*. ;nto3,  i'roi>fl,  Liir-u sample room! iu^coiniec'.ion  with honso for oenntnercial num. l^dt  of accoiuinodationej.  if^'dquarters for Commenoial and Mining Men  i c  VVI'I  The man who  l^uys hi^ Shoe^  from u�� needs  juclf*a    oi^Iy    oi  teet Mm in .^11  pointy  pj  style  andServlee. It's  to our   interest  to sell you a satisfactory    shoe  and few  lenow  better than we  the        requirements  of  Shoe  satisfaction*  Black Bass Haro Arrived.  The shipment of  black  bass from  the government  hatchery at  Qttawa  arrived here  Wednesday.   The shipment was mada in three barrejs.   Two  of the barrels qoirt&ined two fish each.  These jyej-e ajjcji}}; gis inches   long, but  one \yaa dead, ^qr/eyej..   The ferjiain*  ing l^arf.e^    cqntajned   about 2�� live  live liiinnqws apd about 18 dead ones.  The   fish were taken    to the  upper  Moyie lake and turned lqoqo  near tho  ipouth of La ml? creek.  'J-hid 11} a .mall beginning jn  np  at  The C. P. R. is likely . to build its  qqw refinery at Nelsdu.'      ������''��'���)  The Provincial ta^ sale takqu pltjce  nej.t Thursday, Qct6ber g3rd'."    " '  W. #. Jlearsfc has been nqnjinated  on the'DemDcratic'ticket for' cbri^'r'eas  in New'York City.      " :    "   ��� "-'  It is said that Mitchell will waive  recognition 'of the union if the miners  get a ten per cent raise.'  '    ' ���   "' '  A thousand feet of new hose and  three new nozzles have been' received'  by the Rdsslan'd fire department.'    '  Jim Hill has declared that' he will  double the ' carrying capacity of ,,'hia  Pacific fleet "next year' 'in' order 'to  keep up'with the C. P.'R. '  Rod Tolinie, for several years secretary of the Mine' Owners' Association  of British Columbia, has been ap.  poiritefi deputy minister of mines under Colon fel Prior. '  * "  ,'    '" '     y  '--.���",  f    , y ���   ,  Messrs. Fq'ss & McDonald have had  their townsite registered, so that the  name of Morrissey belongs to them  and will not be ueditbv^__2>ot_ier iu-  toi'pcfcs in thi}j jyvpyiuSo..  J. E. O'ostlgan, K. G., met wjth' a  nasty accident in a'run away near'Cal-  gary laat week. He was thrown!" from  the ri��, dragged a distance and his  collar bone broken.  If the anthracite coal strike had not  been fettled this week, President Mitchell would have made an effort' to  call out all the union coal miners in  the United States and Canada.  Henry Rose, who was convicted for  the murder of John Cole, near Na-  kusp last June, and sentenced to be  hanged on Is'ovember 21, has' had a  death watch placed o-"er him at the  Provincial jail atITelson.  Two celebrated cases have been won  again��D the Northport smelter. Ono  because a man's farm was destroyed  by tne chemical atmosphere1 from   the  injuries  re-  J$Z^��.s&__r^'rfLs__:.s&_^^  I'Wijmib^ ���   ;',;���   jj EN" ABUNDANCE  SURROUNDS  | MORRISSEY, B.C.  J 'The "^recent strikes "here and g,"  t, elsewhere show' tbe importance-Ul  3 of Coal and Coke,' ���     ��������� ���  ��� ��.  -3 MOREISSJSY C'oal mines will %  ��$ al\7ays'bbe"wdrke'd'j to' their full k1  =-4.scaP*cit7> whiqh'insures ".a'larie y  J and steady .payroll for this place. &  ^ ' Any.carefiil/intelligpht'in-i/estbr C'  who will ezamin^j t^ie' rafedurces n  surrounding Mo'rriss'ey)' will'',be- |h  coma; convinced '.'that' wii'eh he jj.  ^ buys rea| estate berp- tx%. present ��  ^j prices, he is purchasing at; a 'low fe  J pricp. property that' -will 'bring M  J hica splendid returns.!' jAiti. on (5  ^ easy payments.    '''   ���      "' r.  \       MORBtSSSY TO^^fBIXB CO.        \  W    Thos. Ora^ap.Airt.    MOBKISSB'Sr.    ii  New ��� ^OHK���Bay ��� sjlyer, 50�� cents,  ��ea.d,<M.ph ��� Copper; $1^,30."  LoNCOK-^Lead.'��10,13s! pd.  :���'-.     !-���"���   i .'- .-���!.   '��� ���    '-,  ,     BAST ECOTJinT_i.Y STOC_?:f  .M't-i risked. ��� ��� Bid  Growls Nest Coal/.. .$125.00 $118.00  St. E'ugSne..'. b. ..>.-. '"' ' 0-[ ' , 40  Norfc StatV..:..'.-.,.'.. J9^< i4  Sullivan..'...' -.���        5^    -    r4  Methodist Clj.npcli Sovrlcea. -,  Spndayschool at'3 'p.' ���rp".-- Preaching at 7:30 o'clodk.'Subject:   "Fact's  in Jonah's'life.^ ",i: y,! I     ;        '    ''  We heartily invite you to  this ser-  vice.     '��� ' ��� A." E_ MAlt'SHil,^, Pastor.  -    ��� ���i -^j-L'^LL^' .   d  We hav�� not advanced the" price of.  our*'- tolaaccds. Amfce? 'siHokipg' toi  baoco, Bobs, Currency 'arid"' Fair Play  chewing, tobaccos are the same sice  and'price to the Consumer' as iorrii-  eily-' Web have also extended' tt__  time for the reclehiptloji 'of Snowslioe  tags to Jahuary.lst, 1904.   '  Teh Em:pike Tobacco Co.', Ltd, "  '��� Halcyon Hot Springs.'        '   -  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America.    Situated-. midst' scenery |( unrivalled  for  erranducr.'    THE'-.HI'lCYOST'' HOT  SPRINGS Sanitarium,''Halcyon kot  springs,,'Arrow Lalse,'B.  0.    Resident  physician and nurse,   ^qatirig fishing  an^l   excursions.'    Telegraphic''communication   with   all  parts'' of    the  world.    Two mails arrive'and depart  daily.    Terms',' $15 to  ?18  per week  according   to   residence jp._hotel or,  villas.    Its baths cure all nervous and  muscular diseases. ' Its waters heal all  kidney,  liver and  stomach' troubles.  The baths and waters are an invaluable  remedy for silver and lead poisoning  plant, and- the other for  ceived. '  St.   Joseph's   CqnventJ  NELSON, B. C.  Boarding and Day School conduct:  ed by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  le.mpt to stock Mpyje lakp with black  baas, but it is tp be hop<id-,it'will be a  sucpcegfi.1 one. Tho board qf trade  will agk ��or further '.assistance in this  line.  JflacEachern  M0YJ1;  Macdonald.  ''Tiig'' Wilsoq was tried before Justices of the Peace _ffope and Thornson  last Monday on the charge of obtaining inoney louder false pretenses.  Wilspu had been cutting ties for  Brenton 4; Nelson, and in settling up  Mr, Brenton gave him a time cheque  written with a lead pencil. Wilson  objected to this, wanting one made  out with ink. This Brenton did, but  neglected to destroy the former, Wjl-  aon,in ftonie unaccountable manner,  got posneaaion 'of both, and oaehod the  one written with ink with Hill & Co.,  and the one written with pencil with  Joseph Niedorstadt. Ho was found  j-'iiilty and sentenced to three months  imprisonment. Constable Drumrnond  took the prwoner to Nulson the foi  lowing day.  Cranbrook Herald: The condition  of \y.4_. Treat fyiB pot changed, but  the physicians entertain no hope for  his ultimate recovery. He seems to  be resting easy, yet it is feared that he  may shq)y signs of failure most any  time.  $.   Sieotercr,   tho   Nelson -brewer,  died at his   homo  last Tuesday.    Mr.  lliespcrer    waa   interested   with    Mr.  Niederstadt in the Moyie brewery. Mr.  Riost.erej. was o;ie pf the most entpr-  prisipg Pf Ne.fi��o'�� cjtfaops. Pef8.cn-  ally ,ho was of a gonial disppii(.iqn and  made hosts of friends who will learn  of l)is deatl}.wit]i siupero jfigpet.  The cattle, horses and sheep turned  loose by the Doukijobors,  were  gathr  ercd up bv  the  government  ugepcies  at Fort Pelly, and sold by auction, the  proceeds to be   devoted   to   providing  food for the Douks. during the winter  ���rif food can be found   tp   suit   them.  The prblem they are up  against  now  is whether or   not turnips  have life.  In tho event of the question being decided it;  the affirmative "turnips   will  be Gut off their bill of fare.  B. C. Commercial <��� and business  courses a specialty, Excellence and  swift progress characterize each de-  partjnenfi. FarenW should write" for  particulars. ' Que month' assures the  pubuc of the thoroughness' of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. (Next  term commences Sept.-lst.)  ir��Mi.miJj^Jt.Ki.^.ll_,mJLau.  ASQAXKiK.  ���9  +-o~t-  N^LSPN,  cpwwwuiy if jyjai  b. q  tfOTICJE.  I .Votioo is uprcUy flivou that 30 diys nitor a,itc  I iulpr.'J to np���ly fo Iho Cluof OommlSifonor-ot  Lands nnil works Xoif u bnuolal lioonao to out  ,uk1 ccrry wtiy tlwhor fr<5m tlio foiiowimr iles-  ci'lbod lauds lutlio koiitUoru cJJviniou of v-m  Commoucnis at ii post ylaatod on tho Wi-st  side of tho Onnfulian I'nriflo Hrllway uoar tlio  3-11 iilllo pout, tbcpco West ��� So ohalus tlionpo  South 80��lmliis,thon(ioliiut SO Shaft? theSoo  North SO chains tu plnoo of ooiuinouaofut^i-  Doted 6cptoiuborl5.lrii.02. "* ' BIlfiK1,0^  When in  Cranbrook  '    Wl? WILL BE PLKASEP TO SEE YOU  Pioneer - Hardware  Store,  Where you will find the largest stock  of general hardware in East Kootenay,  Mailorders   given  prompt  attention  .SSSL-TlnsralUUiij; mm PluuiTjliiji-.  f-i  CEANBBOOK,  12A Te$4B,  '   -      '1 i    '��� - �� .  r  V'l  _< .     ,i      ,  i <  i i  I  '       I  i   ,   ;.  I. .   *  i;   i-  ���!,"-, i"  i ��� i- i ,  i ,  i    . i  . t   v  ! 1' ���  ��/ *0&6*��46*3e&&S*�� PQ  ��  ��  A NOVEL.  BY" ANNIE THOMPSON.  ��  ;���"���  ��� ���..<  die.   I  breai h,  ,9  a   mo:  the  ;��� rWrreU?-  blpfegbb,_:.��  'Sy_.;iyp:r��;rb  p  :m(mi'  /hd.<IAl:,::;~:l  isgiiMy  ;!��;-��#'-  3iK  fmt  '��.if?uiyyy  :!<.'-tti.7!.'M.---te-5:s  iimam:  IvjUlbbll  '���.V-V','SMr_j!,?--'.'':S��::*  bb|lity,i,g  ,.*r/(-.-!',?i;-:v.-.--  ..iayiiksiK;  brbSH.*  'PS  ���ysy  yyysi  Jv'i'.K-i-  yyyji  v.... ;.,._^:  CHAPTER J.  The      ���'Curfew"     was    yet  several  miles  squill   ot  Tenerife;  she  ploughed iiei; Wiiy northward,  ignorant .  of  lier  dost inatioii,   driven   steadily    for  ward   by  a  resistless  power,     luces  sant action, incessant progress; never  H'lit's rest  for her   throughout  glaring     clay   or   tlie   breathless  starlit  night,     pli,   if  that  perpetual  throbbing- might cease for an instant  ��� if fcr one brief interval perfect stillness might be realised.'  A  .wiung    man.    stretched   at"  full  , length  on  a   deck  chair,   wrung     his  thin lingers    in utter      wretchedness,  .even moaned a little, since there was  no  one near to     observe his  misery.  Throb,   throb,   throb:   endless   vibrating  of  the.   vessel,   endless   hissing  of  the  foam-flecked   water���when  would  th<�� intolerable noise end. and healing  silence lei^n''     Healing Silence     was  not. far  o 1'  from  iuin.     He  knew   it,  he   wanted   to  htend.v   hia  mind     and  think of it,  but   how  was continuous  thought po-'-sib.'e  ij^ the midst of this  jarring tumult?  rl he    deck had  been  empty    for    a  time;  clatter and  chink of  the hum of voices rising  loon,  told  that a  meal  1  d  not    last  his  a consunip-  plates and  from the sawn s   in  pro-  pr.ss   there.     Captain   Hensh-igh,   J.r  J.rund  ard  Jo/in  C'ayford,   were     the  ,   hrst to emerge on deck after it  Thev  had  been   talking about Alan Twiss'  -  '   af-  a-eing "that he ]uy in  a shelter-  -ed position forward,  they moved  tie   stern-'of the  ' ��hfp to  continue  their conversation.  "T suppose then,  he  will  long," said the captain. '  .  "Impossible  (o  say.   He  never     allowed   me  to sound, his  lungs     until  to-day;  one of them .is jav   *onef ^  the other alTected.     According  to  own account he comes of  five family    and     |,ns  bren  m     fc  .ears  at least. '    ne   '���,���,  Uve   tUO  weeks, or even  months:  he may,  in a few days." , -       b  "Why    don't you  tell     him  of  danger?"   aSk"ed   John, Cayford  does  not  seem   fair   to   let   an  dnrt  so  near  death   ��� without  warn-  ���'You or I may die before he does "  tmnk oi Simmons'"  , . Sil����nons was one of the crew  henv, ^h��I'ovorboorri     durin-  Ilowt- 'T  ^PCfiencod  - between  Hobart and the Cape." The 'Cape    lav  fir Mnn?h?e,",n0W; the 'tehUviiS  were in their favor; , the sun rose  daily tn   a  cloudless  sky/ and   shone  fort ,v ^ S��.Calm that a str��n? of!  of tl^f/���eqU'red before Lhe memory  lie Swver8'"   t,me   ��f   St�����   c��^  ten^mr^ d�� Twiss *ny ��*"��   '  would  do  in  h'"s  spoken creed.  in  him  never been very 'near to death  before.  It  was Jong since his  parents     died,  h,.<3   .rerollection     of   that  time     was  faint and \ngue; his only sister    had  died   recently,   but   he  was  at   a  distance from her.  and to hear of death  doe? not produce the same appalling  efiect  upon  the senses  as  to see     it.  He  was  beginning  to experience that  hing sense   of  impotence      which  o\ ercomes strength  when  it is     confronted" by greater strength.    He had  never yet been forced to. succumb    to  3* difficulty,      failure was an     un-  iiown experience to him;* good luck,  good management, and some shrewdness,  ha-d ' done much   for  him, ,   and    out  more.    -Implicit  confidence   oth  own    strength,   -was   his  un-   .Ande  Ho was'not a    selfish   a  man ��� he "Was quite as ready to use  his abilities in the service of others as  his  own;  others,   indeed,   afforded  larger scope for  exercising     in  genuity,   for they    placed  themselves  in dilemmas    which    his forethought  would  not allow him     to  approach  Conscious of his own power, lie loved  to exert it, and to feel that    people  wero dependent''on it.    This was  the  explanation     of      the close  intimacy  that'had sprung up'between   himself  and  Alan Twiss.    They had met for  the first time at    Hobart,  and     the  weakness of the invalid was an irresistible appeal to the strength of hi*  fellow  traveller.   ,    With  infinite patience and gentleness,  Cayford ministered to the needs of his unfortunate  companion;     he humored his fancies,  read to him,  talked  to him,    carried  him on deck when he was'too feeble  to walk, and sat for hours    by    his  berth  fanning him -when  he lay exhausted hy the extreme heat. It really seemed  as though  Know  what lo e'-rcet.     Koine  v, In n   1   <ou,"h   and   I'an'i   ^,-  1    ,\ i mli'i-   v.lir'i hi'i"   it   i:;      I i-  ymtiiny���iJn-   lavy,   };ii.s."ing 't.^ht   , foi  brei.lh        .iii      one   is   (hol.ed.      Unh' '  Perhaps   if  y��eu   wen.-   near   and    hchi J  my Jiiixrl a-s      ,\ on ,'i-c doing now,   il j  would   not   be so     lud."     lie raised  | hiiji'.-eJf  to   look   out over   the  waste  1 of wulers.  a"J closed bis eyes, shuddering.     Aft.:r nn  interval  of silence,  he spoke again.    "1 thought 1 should  despair, if I hiiled to find-Corbett ai'  Tenerife    but yon have been  so'gooi-  to me that T !>elie\cyou will be willing  to  help   me.     .Am  I  right'.'"  "What (io you, want,   AlanV  very gladly do anything for  I can."  Alan told his tale, pausing often to  rest himself nnd gather fresh  to  proceed.  "Iiy" father,"  he said,   "was   twice  married; my mother, .his second wife,  died   of  consumption when   J   was   a  child.      T  have  a   step-brother,   J.i.h-  ard,      my''   senior   by twenty  .years.  When   my father  died, he 'left    some  ��� house   property   in   Glasgow   between  ws   two.     I.ichard  managed   it,     and  paid  me  my     share of  the proceeds  every year.     He was ii   solicitor  ' in  partnership with m.v father.     I   ha"d'  found   employment   in .'mother    Ie^nl  firm;  J did  not      care for  fhe   work,  but  I had   to   do  something  and   no  er   opening   presented   itself.     M  rson,   my .junior  employei  very kind  interest   in me  mc   many      favors   both   in  hours and  out of them     "!��  JltfNVSEK AS A COOK  HE   SIGHS   FOR   HEAD   CHEESE   AND  TRIES  HIS   HAND AT MAKING IT  .Mrs. liowser felt helpless in the mat- , py1��ViNG   the  tor and therefore wanted to drop the I  f.iANr  A   JJ,  1 will  you that  strength  i-'iien L'ii a. Weird Mlilure ituil I'ar-  UiUi-s of It���Thi'tt tlie L'ueAiiecti'tl  UaiitjertN. and tlie OliI Muzi I��  "llrzrr.tjcd  L"p" With Rncklug Pain*.  [CopjTlght. 1901.. by C. Ii. Lewis.J  HEX Mr. Bowser sat down  to dinner the other evening, he looked about him in  a dissatisfied way, uud to  Mrs. Bowser's inquiries as to what was  the matter he replied:    ^  "The fact is I have no appetite and  don't care whether I eat or not."  "But your appetite ha's beeu all right  up to just now.   Have you been drinking u large quantity of ...buttermilk this t  afternoon?" -       ,  "What have I got to do with buttermilk?" he'demanded in-loud tones, "Do  j'ou imagine I go around guzzling down  tny-  ]    The  paper  Let  u.s si (  ���V<-3t.     wlntJ,  7.oou,ooo  000  jMcewutin  work  T  ii".  took  shewing  business  'art of the  , was oncrnsted with was the  collection pf rents, some }n the country, some, in town., Sudden!v mv  health gave-1 way. . know* T had  taken a Ikk! chill, but  about  myself .until  violent  attack   of Irmion-hage  r was forced to son a doctor   r  (old   me   that  nt  once  I  won  for  die  his  "It  one  who  lo  _  0..    some reviving  hopefulness had been infused, into the  patient ���- Alan certainly rallied; but  alas.' three days.ago there had    been  an attack- of hemorrhage and'the  poor  lad lost all the ground he had gained.  -.Looking    at him   now,  Cayford  saw that he must die, and the sight  was intensely 'distressing "to him. His  own     perfect,   health,-and  strength,  and good prospects, seemed like cruel  insults offered to the sufferer; insults  for which reparation ought   "to     be  made.    But what could be done?  Alan had for some time .been.lying  with his eyes closed; he now '- raised  his head and  beckoned  tp his   friend .  to,come near Jiini.. '      , (  "J wish you would b bring a cha'ir  here, and place yourself so that  can speak''without interruption,'  vntrt    "Those   ladies  ivill  I was careless  one (lav I had    a  Then  tor, and he  unless  T  loft   Scotland  Id   be  dead  before  tVe  winter   was      over.     JWy, ilinefs   had  made me very depressed nnd  listless:  I had no wish to leave Glasgow,' because  J  had      no     wish  to 'live.     I  thought 1 had  rather die quietly    at  home,  Snd   that I could c-vist on   the  money .Richard paid me yearly,  until  ^n���iu  eabne.     Hut,  when 1. explained  my intentions io him. 1.ichard start.-"  ed  me  with   the  information' that     T  was already considerably'in debt. It  appeared that our property had     depreciated  in value, -and( had for some  tiriie yielded .    less   than  sicfiiced     to  keep it' in repair.    Knowing me to be  delicate,   ,* Richard ..said , he. hacl   n<;t^  liked to deprive me of 'the sum I had  been accustomed to receive from him:  so  he had  paid  it  to, me out  of  own  purse.     I  was   ,  distressed  this,  for I hated bin  bear to be undei  Then  I' received  ' WHAT HAVE I GOT TO DO WITH U01TEB-  -MILK?"  stuff like a hog?  said.  his  at  i, and could not  obligations to him.  ����� kind communication from my employers: they had  been asked to find some om to fill ���  Place in a solicitor's oflico "~  Town, and- they offered  uiond me. Mr.' Anderson  take .this chance:  we  he  ���* their Wto���    TZ?BLi"_?   Ef.'." ^'"f ��"'���'.,'���- ���><*.- to  much  as   jiossible by  so n^miffht: rrobably jt would. He is  so nervous and excitable "  JS,!l^^,kn^ys^'^cIy,"  cough,.  l���l\?l\}er .a"d.shako their heads.    I  in   Ca pe  to   recom-  ur.y'ed me to  , Kichard also  unred  me to go   saying that if 1 ���*olIJ,| relinquish, all   claim   to' our  joint   ��ro  me   ��200     ��� and   .would   co.fMdJr   i"v  PA*t. obligations   cancelled -N  with   both'  offers,   and  ..... ^ * tei) yon my appe.  tite is off and wants to be coaxed back  The eternal sameness' of your dinners  tires me."     ��� . ,   '    ,  "1 will have pork and beans tomorrow." '  , i  "Then you'll eat 'em ' nil -yourself  Vou don't^seera to understand that I'm  no lumberman or day laborer."  "If your appetite craves unv-particular thing, why don't you'tell  n.e mid  let me get it?" asked Mrs. Bowser."   ;'  "VCell, I want some head cheese!   It's  Just possible that you may have heard  qf such a dish" some time in your lifo."  "Yes. 1  have.    Our mothers used to  make it."'  "Yes, our.dear old  mothers  used to  make it." sighed Mr. Bowser, "and if  1 bad a pound or two tonight It w  sharpen my appetite up like  Oh   for the little delicacies of.bvgonc  days'!" ��� ��� ��<^ .  ..i* '   (,i  lou   mean   the  subject, but after walking about for a  few minutes and glaring at the cat in  a way <o make tlio poor feline shiver  Mr. liowser suddenly declared:  "I believe 1 can make the stuff  self."  ���  "I don't see how you can."  "Xo, of course not. But I do. and  I'm going down to the.kitchen. Should  you want to go to bed before I get  through don't wait, for me.','  He went down to tbe  kitchen and  the icebox, and in the latter he found  some   cold   beefsteak,, cold   potatoes,'  eggs,   celery,   radishes,   bananas   and-  choose.    For a minute he stood 'and let  his mind wander back to bygone days,  but   he   couldn't   remember   lxnv   his  mother made the dish  he craved-for.  He, had a   dim  recollection   thnt   she  mixed things up and used a bowi and  a chopping knife, and that was what  he proceeded to do.   If he used beef  there would  be, no grease, and if he  threw in the rest of the Ingredients he  would have a salad out of it anyhow.  As he chopped'away  at the  bfof be  added the other things one at ti time  nnd In the course of half an hoiir hj  scrApea all into a dish, poured ou olive  oil and vinegar and peppered and salt- '  ed it to his taste. "     ' ��� ; Cars  "By  John,   but  I've" struck   IP"   ho^rs  softly exclaimed ns he carried the first  and wh  spoonful fo his mouth.    "This Is the  stuff to sharpen the appetite and make  a man feel as If hecouid eat hails   ifa  head cheese and way beyond, and I t,p-  Heve if I  was  to put it up In ,p(,p0r  boxes it wouldsoll like hot cakes "  Mr. Kpwscrb-e heartily. .Whenever  His appetite hesiuitcd, ho added a ilitie  more vinegar,and set the-wheels ��,.�����  nga n. Toward the last he found n l.^  niuda onion and a part of >, pineiinjile  and added then to (he contents. ,>,,<?  be enthusiastically-decided that thev  increased the "twang1."  '���"���ui  <ltl  ' 'l*��K r  1,1 Uu, ,  Con,-'MJ'o11(|���llt  u'*it<-.s.-_  ut,ibv_  l��l(.  0{  ...      .........:��i  'oiv-tbe "  fu.rii ..  ' whe_.t  ^���atioi.j  The y-7'"'-JH ^'H-"'"     S  J;he,hgui-es,.i  h<*r   totnl'i,  countries i!Jld  m  cwt.  b��ttii  been  Unr<jrtumuej\  tain   any  (j;  um--  ''ditd'iv,  1 tU�� not a,."'  yiess  of  the  C'cruri,    " lu %  .3 6,000.000    l.,islu,rs-    .V'^  l-'<�� t   Willi,'' k  Ar^liur,    on    lh0    ^"il  ^re is Un 'ttMiUi^, ,  7.000.000 bush,-,, ;dl!.-^  ta . U���� grain-K,-0H-n;K ^S  ��^��t keeps an or,ler^ *  to   the  public. ,i:|  ..     . ���" winch  lor cars  are, c.llU..n.t]   (  come,   hrst smxi,  'te  are also, funds  l*or   lo<iduig   at  >mt  tiing  '-d io |J  i-ui-, j,.s.j  ,er�� Kntin phiuon^i  .been built he is supply",  enable   him   to  load ^  w��gon.   , The   u,,lugB ��  this  year 'is  88i.   Oush��U   ,'���  train  bound  fro.���  ,h{1   ;   H  to   Winnipeg coiu.sts o'";?  SO   loaded,   cars.     M��^_  trains   are   re-urrniwwi   ti   f  of loaded   cars, hauiwl V  liam   be'inx   uhuuIIv   ,,  ���10,000   bushels.     :V0, "^  host of switchmen and o'C  ed ,In   making jqi irums km  .'��  crews,  .   ,. ..      When he could .sUU!0nK^nn(1   >"  ieceivirc .  uo.d uo more, he wont up to the KlHin'rf lte"nIr>al��. or of the ��--,,,:  room. Mrs. Bowser bad gone tip n\alra I l��rS' etc/".w'''o ����������-�� to uy  and he sat.down to, finish bis smokJ ��rect,"e ^hQ u'lUilc. thwc ��e  and  newspaper.    All went well  for aiw^^e>   215   Canadian }-afli  quartern an hour, and a cricket vas'''���"    "'"   s ngmg'on the hearth and the cat rub-  o.ug against his logs when a studon  pain seized him.    It lasted only two "or  three seconds, but by the tlnie he bad  sunk, back in his chair it"came again  nnd this'time it lifted hfru' to hhs U:  Ihe cat looked  up at him .ia wonder1  and he hud doubts whether it was U,e  toothache or a u.w corn.  &  einjity  Qarrfei  ^bWilill  r.iii i-eaiiS  however.  Xot for long,'  von Id  razor  Tiie next imiti humped lifin  ui�� und twisted bim around and Hffcj  ����s heels, and he yeircd-for Mrs Bow-'  sernrid fell upon the lounge  s_.Urs��11?" 8h(? aSked HS v1G ^ame Oou*t>  grease, of bvgouc  flays There is nothing more; greasv  and hearty than head cheese."  "I  mean-what I mean.    llend cheese  is a delicacy."  "  am tired of telling them" how "long I  "     " '     ' much  fl&sted  the captain hopefully  any questions  sug-  'Did  about his  con-  to  he ask  ciition?  "Xot a question."  "Ho cannot    know  ford.   "He  makes  to  his  return  autumn."    ���  "Oh,  they often talk, of plans that  they are  aware  the.\  to carry  out;  quite  a   feature     of  the  complaint  The doctor lit his  away to chat  slept    last"  breakfast, I  insisted Cay-  constant reference  Melbourne    in     the  will   n-iver  live  excessive hopefulness jg  night,  and      how  ate this  morning.'  "They mean well, Alan."  "Yes.   I  daresay.   Wait  have been worried as  and you will wish  ill, for a change."  "Havo you slept  noon?"  benefit  sea air.  "When  as  the  cigar and    turned  i    , ��� "U'Hh some ladies  whn  had just appeared on deck  'You aeree with'me. Captain, don't  sa-d  Cayford  earncstlv.       "He  must be told." " e  .Vou,?'  'Si  'Well'  talk  have to lie  the   captain    hesitated     it  S.0Se,Dr;Barid  haS  W�� roasons;  't  might   do   harm.     I  raust ��  should  prefer  to know,  if i  the  poor  young  fellow's  talks  more  to  you  than  to  anv     of  us, Mr. Cayford; I daresa  Iaj?n",opi;fsr^n-^^e,veh,m^  were  in  place.      He  chair  are you  you    will  opportunity  condition," Having  made this reasonable suggestion, the  captain felt that he was relieved from  further responsibility in the matter.  Ho too walked forward, stopping for  a few moments beside the deck  "Fine day, Mr. Twiss; how  feeling?"  "Captain,       are       we   - far      from  Tenerife?"  As soon as the words were uttered,  they seemed  to  be     caught  repeated  by  the     throbbing  and  the hissing watei  from     Tenerife?���Are  Tenerife?       Alan  lay     .....       ^..^a  closed,  breathing painfully,  forced  to  listen to the ringing sound.  The captain looked off  zon for his answer.  Three hundred and sixty knots since  yesterday;   this   is  Monday,   Tuesday,  ��� Wednesday ���  if  all  goes  well      we  shall  be at    Santa  Cruz  day."  up    and  engines  ���Are  we     far  we    far   from  with  his    eves  to the hori-  on   Wednes-  until     you  long as I have,,  that people meant  at" all  this after-  i "No. How could I, with the sea,  always there whenever I look up? I  wish you could shift me somehow, so  that I shall not be forced to see it."  John easiily changed the invalid's  position, but the movement made  Alan cough.  "Everything is against me!" he exclaimed  fretfully,   "1  wanted to  to you,  and now I shall  quiet."  "Suppose I talk to you, instead."  "Ah,  do!       Say    something,     anything that will keep me from listening 'to these never-ending sounds."  "What sounds?"  "That hideous grinding of the screw  and churning ��� of the water ��� no  rest, no rest!"  Johns looked at him in astonishment, and with some alarm; he himself was not overburdened with  imagination. .  '.'What can I tell you that will b��  of interest, I wonder.     You have dived  in  Glasgow;   perhaps you     know  Feldrossan, a little fishing vill  the     Ayrshire     coast,  I  there."  "I don't know it. - Did you live  there long?"  "Always until T. went to Melbourne. I used to go up to Glasgow  every day to business, but my sister  and I lived at Feldrossan together."  "A sister," said Alan, "I would  like to have a sister. I have a half-  brother, -   '  reached      the    Cape  two  months later, I made some discoveries about myself.    -Letters were waiting me,     and      from  them I learned  that I was accused of theft.    It ai>-  pcared that I had received ��30  from  a  farmer    in     payment  for Ills  rent,  that  Iliad  given  him  a receipt    for  it,   but      had     failed   to   convey  the  money to my employers.     I was assured that in consideration1 of my ill  health,   of  the   irreproachableness    of  my former  conduct,   and   of, the  fact  that my brother had generously made  good  the      deHciency,  no' proceedings  would  be taken  ngainst me: but tlie  recommendation   given   me  was   cancelled,  and      the  circumstances'   had  been communicated 'to the .gentlemen  to    ' whose office I was going.     You  thought  I   was     quite      respectable,  didn't     you,       John;   what   do  think ol mc now?"  "Of  course   there  was   somo  take, you were not to blame,  proof had  tbey?"  l*i"o hli CO.N'I lvued.]  what I  You'd deny it on genera  principles, of course, but if  proper Interest in  that such   tidbits  me."   ,  you had a'  your table you'd .ce  were  placed   beforo  "I-I've got awful pains!" he gasped.  "What did you eat?" '  . "M-most  everything,    it  must   be'n  case of bilious colic.    Lord, but how I I  suffer,!' Say. rm lx dead manl" '      ��� '    !  "I ncjver beard of head cheese kiJH  anybody."   ��� .;'..-  "But  it's  killing  me!   Ouch!  "Oman, 'telephone  for-the doctor or  won't live an hour!  Woof.' J  engine   drivers, a-^  due tors  and, brakemen. aie-z,  , men, per  crew,  at woifc mi.  ; trains from  the wheat'field  William,    It, takes from _  days   to   haul   a   full  wheat1 ' fields   to   I ort  bring it  back  ianother load,  j     Last   session   thu   Cunadwg  (Obtained   power fro::: j.ariiea  'j issue  new  stock,   i he proKvi  applied in part   to the acq!..:  |nc\v   roiling stock.     The 'kr  j shops   at,, -Uocheluga   wer-  -enlarged' und   since1  e,tr!y._  " .'i,000  men   have  been   eu$i_  constructing' box    cars, t&  machinists   have  been builM  motives.     Kurthor,   a rat  of  cars   and  locomotives   v.:  built for  the company in o\  adian shops as well as in t  3 f States. 'The upshot ia th.ifil  , ; Thy Canadian Pacli.c _t_u> X.~>}\  M  [iiKjrc    rolling  {Division  thim  stock- on    Uu  it hud  this  i,is  deri    By John!"     -   "^ *?'"''    "y l!T'.yea*  "<���   '10  per cent.   mo,.  Mrs. Bowser said no more,  de'-pr'uhied   to  set,out  next  and  find  brad  but she  morn'i'tig  seven  dinner  cheese if any butcher  made It, and she'd have at leasi  dishes of it on the table  After dinner .Mr. Bowser sat down lo-  smoke and read, but at the end of five  minutes got up to walk  exclaim:  Bowser  around   and  you  "By tloorge. but I'm dying for a  taste of head cheese! I wonder if f"  can be had in the butcher sho'fs."  "I think I've seen it at tbe bnteller's,  was in the winter," replied Mrs.  "Such heavy stuff as that  cannot be the thing to  son of the year." - ,  "Season be hanged 1  but it  liowser.  mis-  Whnt  Ast��.  Asia contains more than half  people of the world.  rf-r  of the  season for head cheese than for straw  J��'"y jam.    I'm going out to look lot  eat-at this sea  There's no more  1 xv.  lor  Half an hour lator.ibe doctor arrived  and he worked over the patient for, n  long hour before he waa readv to go  He had' his hat on  when -Mr."  pitcousjy asked: ' .  "D-doctor, wiiri-i-Hve?"  ^ "Oh.   year  WHS   (jie  cj,pcrful   reply.  "Yes: nn nss' always lives to be sixty  years old, no matter what he eats, and  I believe you are only fifty!"  M. QUAD.  nn-ivl-  Aspiring_ Authoress���Thev   say   my  style Is rare.  -   Editor-Yes. I notice it Isn't very well,  done.���Chicago American.  at him  the nearest  bead cheese,  the butcher  iage on  was  born  FootliRUt  FavwrlteN.'  "They  say   young   Gotrox   is  uoted with  Lottie Llghtfoot.  millionaire,  isn't he?"  "I don't know.    Lie was,' but lie baa  known   her   three, or   four  infat-  Ile's a  weeks."  '! In-   Wj>rd   cJrwy����c,  (.roivd was tht- old English  fiddle or "io'in.  niun toe  on  throbbing  "Thank you."  Cru? o  l wS ,into|erable ����-��e:     Santa  w a   0r\ Wednesday���Santa.  cVu?  Wednesday ��� hissing  and ringing in  his    ears! Capiam  Henslo.gh's      expression     waV   ,Eav  ^^���^Wtthe inyu.d^  Iv in    OIVtlrC0 Jadies talking rapid-  Pcd softly    up  to  Alan,   "I  a sister.  I ]lave  a rascal ��� curse hiim"  vounSTJ' AlmV b�� ^t." d��n't excite  iT f S�� absurt*ly*. What is the  "!?. ��l.**ine Llli��Ss you don't mean!  think of present-  and will be sorry to  ly  Alan  a  sighed, and the color that  bad suddenly flushed his face died  out of it as suddenly. After  Pause he roused himself.  "Santa  Cruz  on  Wednesday  very anxious to get there."  -vou   expect to  meet     a  den t j-ou-?"  Sweet,  Crul.x   and   Poppers.  eet, ^rieii poppers arc- delightful  iccon;pai.ii)ionls   for   fried   soft shell  >s.  Cut liiii: shoes ."Voni tbe outside  poppets, being sine to omit the  nn,;r part,  which Is fiery.  Thc  strips sire eiiten with ftal.*.  '���ra  of the  white  like celery.  long  I *m  friend,  now step-  side A<Tuft .'' *���.the-young ; man's  be^an ^      t[^G "^ move'^nt, they  Sera .fi    '"  -^^ ^"avating  unispers that are so much more none  bating than louder sounds ��y*cny  othS ,SaS!eep'" they assured each  b.]How was-tedj-ho looks!"  "Yes,  if he  certain. '  He  and  I  have ���...  You heard  what the doctor  He must be dying." ���  ..".So young,  too!"  "And he has such  (ue!  said';  a    pretty. Pro-  "Isn't it sad!"  They stole  awa_>  Jplm Cayford  captain had  left him  on  tip-toe.  remained   where  I'eath! He  the  had  is there;  butl am not  was   there  a year  ago,  . , Written   to   him     since  without getting any answer. He nSJ  him  ���      ?' X suPPt>se." I'shall    se��  Al eating       an :  intensely  gaze,     that     implored'  the     assertion      just  looked  away hastily  untartly      J*c clasi>ed h  ly. ���  "lln^V-       ^ POOr lad'" ^ said,  "There ,-sn-t a d  remarked the invalid      ���       Plty  have to live,  the  and  I  hale  pain,  ard  about  dyincr-  Those wh  Kin��-or  A'altH.  no notice the rapid growth  of their ti lgcr nails should bo hapjiy,  for  it Is  ronsidercd  J     "    "  health.  to   indicme pood  wistful  a  denial     of  made,      John  He  was  tilled  nvol-  ns hand close-  me,"  "The longer I  more I,-shall su_Ter,  TE��t Ijam a c-w.  f have seen  some."  Mr.    liowser   went   to  butcher's and asked  for  and  after a   look  replied:  ".L quit making it two months ago.  It's too late in the season."  "now too late?"  "Too hearty and greasy, you know,  for spring."  "That's all bosh.    When I. was a boy.  we used to have it the year round."  "And maybe you had bolls and pirn  pies the year round.. You might" try  fat pork."  Mr Bowser glared at him and felt  his gorge, rise, but managed to hang  on to himself and back out. Lie called  at two more shops, but they were n.'flo  out of bead cheese, and ho n-iurned  homo to say lo Mrs. Bowser:  "Thoy can all go bo thunder, and I'll  St1)!  til is   house  and   move out   of  tho  neighborhood   the   first  chance   I   get!  The idea that there is no head cheese  to be found within a mUe of us!    It's  a ./ay town, that's what."  "I'll leave an order with some butcher tomorrow," said Mrs.  Wowser. - "I .  have 'no doubt he'll make up u small  quantity to order."  "But I want it tonight and can't  sleep without it If you were a true  wife,   you'd1   hiiiVa'   my    Interests   at  CofUlaeal.  Seventy thousand   cochinsi   i.     b  go to a: single pound o?'   -v' SCCts  The worldVerop11^Z^tf'^  SOO to 500 tons. "     "C'ii llS fn>ui  Tlie  -orld  at Nippur  The  oldest  Oldent  turo writing and iat^TS? hl >^  fore Christ. The dS*Vcr^yTl^  Bylvanla has lt. . 3 or I ��J����  heart."  ly'^e for C1 ^ y��U Woulil ^den-  lyujve for head chooser  looS;:   otfT C��Uia' but you were.'  stuff made."'0'" .3r��Urac,f:   ^w is the  ;;i- don't believe I know.".  f'^.wM/L,i^r_r  how to saw a board ilh two?"  "I���I  think there's'noH- ��,���b  In it," she falterid.    P        aDd &1'ease  "And you may think there's tnr  gravel in it also. By John but .,  woman of! today ha8^boutn'asb^u^  idea of housekeeping as * Lb, ,ldl  P'ayins the piano! V ,a*'cS��rtha8-'��f"  J millions, of dollars a year rT^f ,P  house, and yet If l-'^nt a " ^  head cheese I can't cet it'l"  -  and  TEARING   UP.  OVERS getting; ready  For, the coining flit,  "ustJiii-j'in the dwelilne��"  Vrhleh they soon will quit. ���  ���   Long and late they're working,  1 Often there's a sigh,  For but little progress  Meets the veary eye.  Tearing up tho carpets,'     ,  Gouging out tho tacks-  Work that's very trying  On tho arms and backa.  Taking down the curtains  And the parts complex���  Task that's sorely testing  Musclea of the necks, ,  Rolling up spara bedding, '  Tying up spare chairs.  Often wildly rushing  Up and down the stairs,  ���taking- down tho pictures  Brushing oft tho dust;  '  Now and then there's breakage '  Causing inuch disgust. '  Packing up the dishes,  Jsow and then a crash-  Finest piece of china  Quickly gone to nmosh.  Clearing out tho drawers.  throwing things away-  1-Ubbons, cards und trlnketa  i.iat have had their day.  Nailing up tho boxes  In which good., aro packed}  ->tt a thumb or linger  Fearfully ia whacked.  Working on till midnight,  Itest for hours but few;     '  Up again at daybreak,  1'indlng more to do.  , Movers getting ready   ' '  _For the coming flit  Day.and night must hustle  And they're strictly, "It"  -No more time for folly,  .No ��*��re time for play:    "   '      ���  %ZTtlUSt have'thinffs" ready:  .      r tj^_movin�� day,   r  "Hthlo.ek   In   Kntflmul.  value of haddock landod on Eng.  '    usmilly ��800.000 greater  ���om..Hi!,.fl ,p . 1llcn'i"ff "Md  c-oiist'ltntiw  oue-tliiid of the value of all  auiiually taken.  io,  'power.    The  season  for  gcuj-  the    crop,    is    however,   very  Wheat docs not. begin to umu  til!   the ond'-of September ir.i  gation'Usually clpscs'nt Fort f-  aliout   the   end   of  Novem!>,\-.  for   all-water  shipments  tn K  and  Montreal    it    clones ii. (ti  week  in  November.    Udder .u_i  cumstanccs a.tremendous u-vah  evitable  towards the end of ti  son.  j    .Some   day,   perhaps  1 farmer   will   seriously   a.sK !���'_:  J is wise to shove all his u licit"  market within  the spare of <-ii  or two  months.    In times iu  his   crop   was'   but    an    nisi  Item   in   the   world's prociu.-tic  haste   to   get    it    sold   and 5  before   the  close  of  lake   hup.  had   little,   if   any.   effect   i';��s  [���rice.    But now that thc toil!  is   approaching Tr.yoO.QOi' te*  your, and that'he u ill j-ouii''-H-J  quantity   and    more'' for  ��!��'  would   be   well    for   him to con  ���whether he should not.'-W1.-1  a.  portion   in   his granaries until  spring,   instead  of rushing it n11  in   the Full.    In other lit"'s'o!  uess,  men  take care thnt tlie ni  for their goods is not swamp*-*1  -sudden and excessive supply. a1^  Northwest    wheat-gr��>w'*r   <"*S!;i'  uliould  think,   to be equally ��u!  in that respect. f  Hates   by   tho   fannilinn I'cf'-'  Lnkft   Superior arc as !'��'*' lls' 1E  ��:'(���  an  appreciable slim.'" lo��Jr '  tlioifO.charged  hy th-"* CroiiC>'',rI  ��nd  Northern   I'nn.ir Ic the ^  or   Dakota   and    Mniiic-ot.*  render   will   look   at   tlw ump W  see tlint the  wheat  N-lt iu tllCs0  States    is    c.oiisidciahly   nM*.  hil��'c  than   the  wheat   belt "f ��*'���  Iml.    l.ut, mile for mile, f;11"'1^  cific   rales   arc   lower     i'"1' (> '  (rom   Brandon   lo   Karl Willi"'"  miles,  the  rate  is   Hie P-%l" ���  whilst  from   _,r��ni<olm, <"  N"orthern.   tbe rote (<> I)l,lllt;j  t-ftnee of 5G1   miles, is -n''-  fcnni   Carman   (o   .'oil   Wi-1""  ����IIOS,   is  10c:   from  .Vor^"'1  Grout  Northern.  -ISI  ""'^ oQ ,3  luth,   18c:   from   nelon.ii"'. t>- '  to Port William. lBc; nnd ^  toirtobptiluth,.: 027 it'iiles.  ���Eniorsoh, ���"'; Man,,    and   Sl'     ^|  ���Mlhii.;^ Gretna.     Mnri..    "/'bpci  Pair.:   Snow-flake,  Mnn.. "".'noftl  Dak,;   Boissovaiii,   Tifan.. i"i(1h  olJ  C.  Ilcmcn  and  hor-  11 da.T!  |to hoi  'Ijottlc  . whi<  ras ii  ?'ad ���  pound  h' han  K'e Mi,  -never  P��r"]> "i  the .<?���!  ;..  lie'  ii-.'  on 1  from]  Vinf'l  lar |  I  J'lU  The  llsh coasts is  ���than- that of  .lUaii.r ii��  eau,; "Dak.���places   faclnfr each  on   the   international bound' .,  it  Will  be  found  by refere"^.  tarins that while the MsUm"^  case from  the    M'anifohu J^ ff(j  Fort,-William   is .greater  self-,,,.  ]e who  i...��mntli  ���'tude-' of  id-s.  course  her   I,,.',.  not jn  m  .the  fish  Poc.ficto  ioiv M (!,nS"  XCl��e���  uud  Pi��r<ridden.  Pound of  hif,'���   i   ,      a,1S t0"8t��P Partridge ris-  S dtofUlg f:'��'n COvei- ^eiiitis  bi -di ,, C'ei> theui for shooting. Tbo  b"<'�� will not rise when kites are fiy-  ������>-. above them  tack.  fearing,  than  tho-American'.points to J^"(l,f/  rates by the Cnnadhm  Willi/ini  are  just as  the Great Northern to  much    as    the   Oroo.f. N��>"  arc    pronounced   fair "��"  by .-'the- State  Rnilrond  lumbers ,  'n,to, nini  ��.i:h<' 1(,nat.  f fe of . ch,  that win  , Sun)   P���,  ml  and  the  Interstate ,0oinn  nniiu'i-  hoi;"  reason;  iniss'l  ie  Com11  erco.  l" for  ono ���  ',1$^!-;^.-. '-���'-.: !>;v-���';'',^"-:-;"--':;-'-;---.-v7-----..-1   mission  at.Washingt*1",  -   i not see  whv  wo  in ^niii|0,'   .,.j]  doubtless, at-j "holi^?' *o loudly nhont. rn.l*��  preaolon. ,'���  ,0��   a   ,���,;  "e is  "���ishi  tempted  .    Ubuq  1 beyond.  fly.  __  Jl��?5i" .<���> r\-~   .a.-..   .  ^__S_^S^^3i  M_ iT^,  '"111.  .��.  "^m  �����mi  ���u-dldd",-  JUt  to 0��,  "41      T*fl  -ti J  laditL  Oft*  J- "'�� nlj  Uinij  K-'airi J  Imoyil leader.  .MOVIE, ��� B.    C.  us,.Ni   l.llhoul   ttouey.  ,,  i|PJ['|   divine,   .John   liouiie,  ed-'-iu of St. Paul's in l&Jl,  d..i^"ht*'i'   of   Sir   George  nt il:e consent of her par-  told by his father-in-law  HAD LITTLE FAITH.  HOW    A     DOUBTFUL    MAN    WAS  CONVINCED AND RESTORED  MARKETS.     '  (Compile from The  Commercial)  bee.fm^-TJ)V'Leat  "*rketa  have  otcii  quiet anu hrm  tlio  pvii.**  fa.s not to expect any money  The bridegroom went home  .this witty note.".John Domic,  inc. undone."  which  ho sent  ;rv fa ther, and this bad the  i'.s!oriiig them to favor. They  poor, at   Jirst.   but   things,  jiighl��r. and they.lived mosr  gel her.  ma Ileynolds after  Flaxnum  _ed mid him that tliis would  Li.��, an artist.    When the bus-.  fled this to his wife, she !������������  :it    marriage   should    make  tnar her husband and to this  jer resolved   that   he  should'  [coino and do everything ijint  h.ive   done   without   matri-  jpousihiUties.   ''But    how';"  :;i\i:ian.   "Work, and    ecoiio-  ���joiiivd   the    brave    woman.  I thi.y do this,that he found  oi-l; Is for aii nr.lst's good.  it.i  his liarin," ami tiny bu.li  [l   tliat ,lbey   were   made   for  ir. f  , U,e Past  week and then, ^TltSe     J  A, Story   that Illu_.tr.te,'-tue  Adva. ��� J^J���*"   oi  lh��   trade   calling  for  or  Heading  and    Betag    Gui*,^   J^\ ^Uou'   J��   ^   -pecufative  >'<.wSpaper Adverti.eine-nts. , ,,r._    "bb    '�� ?"tstona_ng feature  Jz~��i��-���.^ ��uJi$��^&. ^ 5e~  sff  A   Dinriu*  Mory.  linger  Dumas  once   went  to  i(,;ten>ts.   his   father's "native  tlie unveiling of a sta'ue to  r<d" ' 'I ne Three .Musketeers."  annuel   in   the   cxeiilug -the  .musts sat next lo obi- of the  Militants who. lu perfect good  it' without any tact, began to  of Dumas pore. ���  id  he. "be was a gay soul.  Pter.'   llow we loved liluf.   lie  id hearted and generous. The  be'came to  Villor*.' Cotterets  a   baiKiuef   In   tlie  Hotel   de  forgot for some time after  ie bill.   See that Cat man over  ie was the butcher who  fur-  ie feast,   I should ,nol be sur-  tho meat were still owing to ���  t tliat i.s nothing,   lie is proud  lay of  being' the  purveyor to  I minus."  ury was an  ironical conuuen*  >_ii�� set s|K>cches of the after-  heyji'was anxious tli'en und  si'ta'o his father's score.  (Special).���"I want to say that7Tbe.  lieve that Dodd's' Kidney Pills art  the, right medicine for Ividi^v  Touble." "ey  This is the declaration of Air. T.  H. Be^lyea,' postmaster of this place'  who for a long time was the victim  of a very severe cose of this painful  diseuse.' '  Mr. Belyea reads tho newspaper*.'  and, after ho had tried plasters, oil��'  and liniments and all kinds o'f external remedies as well as doctor**  treatments, with no good results, he  begarf reuding the . testimonials' of  Dodd's Kidney Pills.    He says:���    .  "This remedy was so" highly recommended' for Kidney Trouble that after  reading some testimonials I concluded to try them for "a short time, but  I must admit that having tried so  many things and failed to obtain a  cure,, I had but little faith that  Dodd's Kidney Pills or anything else  could   or  would  help  me.  ,"Bov?ever, r did not use them long  before I found out that thoy were all  and more than was claimed for them'.  "I 'used to have very had spells,  which of late years became so frequent and so severe that I was ol-  niost  laid   up.' ���  "1 received more benefit from  Dodd's ^Kidney Pills -than from any  other medicine 1 have ever used and  they certainly .made a complete curo  of  my  case.  "I, fee! as well as ever ,1 did and  have not the slightest trace of the  Kidney Trouble that bothered me for  so   many years.'!  Mr. Belyea is not the first skeptical man that has been - convinced  by experience of the medicinal, valua  of Dodd's  Kidney  Pills. <>  ^.^i.i8,iu;o_r^j'^_;r_  ly a large short int  tion  which  is  witho  delivering   the  wheat  to   "the"buyers,  -nd the consequence is that the priS  "iveiv11 i;r;vvlK'at/or **��^ ��  72c   a   weel?,Ca��0'h���� advanced Tom  '*<.  -x   ��eek  ago  to   8(5c  on    Friday  ���ui advance of ta��� ....... ....,_,    liUy>*  -ance of 14c per bushel, and it  31c  over  tho Now York  price for  is  same  ,1-.,.  ..j.,, ,^v    IUI  marked     'Ty' ��ther  inouths  *��  *��  CL  Kh��W bcamjly  any  change  from   the  price they   stood   at  one  week ago  -"Manitoba  wheat has   for   the. most  There  are   1-17   Indian' reservations  in   the - United   States.  , T\hcn washing greasv dl��h#s or pots  ��� a; Pans, Lovai's'Dry Soap (a powder)  vmII remove ,the prcn.se with the groatefet  ease.  A   I'n* lent.  (inrtor'K otllce: Tho  Doctor's  Why didn't you tell that lady  '".'I iiiai fur collarV    You know  fjugh it ,ls the cause of her tak-  [hic-tor���I didn't tell lhat simply  I don't want to lose a patient.  live me up before she'd give up  V-.u: " -       ' "      '  Tin-   \\ii\  Time   Cnniln',  ll'lll-IS'll1 SHOD   be   |ll-njlfll  [l*'roai   wi;n,-r s -fruity   (jpd;  .(���(-!> i-fnii  v.uy, tn-tH-vi-ra;  li'i;l   iii:i**'��  lust  ;ilii-;i(l.'  ;-������ m\  ^lt\  I-. ,.|r;inn ;  K, i* iin   t-i,-|.i,<i'\  ri'd?  ' - |i \ ,>'jt   .i.'i \    ;.i ||, v ers;  Mm l.'riii-' ��. ,i,si  ,iiir>aUl',  [ilroad between Coal/.ncoalcos  ilina Cruz, JMexico,   which-will  now means of transportation  _.i il'i- ������'������If of  Mexico  and" the  roast,  bus ��eon completed  re-1  scientists have decided that tho  |f workingiuun requires daily  jfood not less than four ounces  fitt-id!,-. two ounces of fat and  In ounces of the. carbo-hydrates.  bs ijcon . computed     that    the  pie of  tho globe    is    68    per  TTi.0   per day.   or   3o,717.-  F-ywr.    The  birth   rate   is  70  ', 100,800 per day,  or 3G,-  *��lKr year to  be  :.6.")i   days   in  Id 1S90  the railroads of tho  r.-orld  wero. estimatedcat  370,281   miles."  ���    HELP   FOR'  MOTHERS.  , i  liahy-H Own 1'ablrt-j Aro AVhat   Vou   Xc��d  M'hun I.iH!.- Oiujv Arc iCro,<s,   I-'iot-  ful nijd Slcfjilt-so.  1 *  If a child is cross, fretful and sleeps  badly,  the mother may feel absolutely certain that some derangement of  the stomach   or  bowels  is  the cause.  And she can  be just as certain- that  Baby's Own Tablets  will put her little "one-right.   These Tablets cure all  the  minor, ailments ' of    little    ones,  such     as    indigestion,     constipation,  j simple  fevers,   diarrhoea,   worms and  teething troubles.    They arev guaranteed    to'   contain no  opiate  and  can  be given with  absolute .saietj' to the  youngest    and     most     feeble    child.  Every  mother  who    has    used    them  speaks of these Tablets in' the warmest  terms.     iv.rs.  K.  Bancroft,   Deer-  wood,    Man.,    says:      "_    have   used  Baby's Own Tablets for stomach and  bowel  troubles, for simple fevers and  teething,  and  I   think  them  the best  medicine  in  the  world.    They always  strengthen   children   instead   of  weakening  them   as  most  other  medicines  do.,."  Von can get Baby's Own Tablets at  any drug store, or hy mail post paid  at 2,"�� cents a box by writing direct  to Tl-c Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  Brock vi lie., Out.', or. Schenectady, X.V.  urt been dull during the week On e  o twice there have been slight  spurts o.  activity when one or other  0 the exporters came into the market with orders, for a large round  lot but wheat being plentiful and  sellers* ready to'let go freely whenever a fan* Opportunity presented it-  seIt. these orders being few and far  between, weie filled instantly. Exporters seem fu find it difficult to do  business at the present prices, and  the-demand . is irregular and never  what can be called strong. Prices  have not varied ' 'much' during the  week. 'On Monday there was some  advance influenced by the advance in  the, United   States markets,   and  \��  1 hard for September delivery sold  at <01cm store Fort William". On  luesday' the advance was lost and  prices .wvre down Jc. Wednesday  showed another 'c .decline, and since  then there is poetically no change.  At the, close of business Saturday  prices were for September delivery 1  hard, 69��c; I northern, 67$c' For  delivery first half October, 1 hard,'  69ic; 1 northern, 67,4c, and for delivery last half October, 1 hard, 69c;  1 northern, 67c; all in store Fort  William or J-'ort Arthur. No.' 2 northern is  2��c under 1 northern.  Country Wheat���Farmers' deliveries  are increasing at" country points.  They are being paid 5S to ,60c for  their best.grades, according 'to rate  of freight.  OATS���The market is weak and unsettled. The prospects for a large  supply of not only oats, but of all  kinds of feed is making it difficult to  do business ' except in 'a hand to  mouth way. No dealer is willing to  load up with oats. Receipts of oats  have increased considerably, " this  week.    Xo.   2   white  oats   nre    worth  LOST HIS RHEUMATISM'  By the Use of a Bottle]  of St. Jacobs Oil.  ������eigucint Jeremiah Ma her, of Ard-  cath. Hoyal Irish Constabulary, says:  -iiy inend, Mr Thomas Hand, has  ptcn a great sufferer from rheumat-  jsca in the back and joints for the  last four years, during which time he  *as applied many different aethods  o�� treatment, but -obtained no relief  whatever, and for tho last two years  has been unable to walk without a  stick, and sometimes two sticks, and  was in great pain constantly. I induced him to procure a bottle of St.  Jacobs'Oil, which he applied with  the most astonishing and marvellous  effects. Beforo'he had finished using  the contents of the first bottle he  could walk readily without the'1 aid  of a stick, and arter a few applications frora the second bottle he was  free from pain, and has been ever  since;,, and although-fifty years'of age  and a farmer, he can walk and work  without experiencing any pain or difficulty w&atever." t  Delicious flavor.   Free from hull*.      Warranted Pure.  Put   up   in   all   eiz'ed   packages.  r  ii vies otingarian  As   now  manufactured.   The great FAMILY FLOUR.  Insist ou getting "OGILVIE'S,"   aa they are better than th�� Best.  HXXVJS    NO    (EI-QU^ft--  Kngland has forty ships engafeod in  the South African traffic, Germany  eight an��l the Unitod States onlv  two.  People who are troubled3 with  sleeplessness should drink cocoa instead of tea or coilee at tho evening  ruaal.  bvspapMu. and Indigestion.���C. W. Snow  ��- Co., Syracuse, N.Y.. writes: "Pleate  send us lea Wross ol Pilla. We are sell-  I'.'jr more of Parmelee's Pills than anv  "Uit-r. Pill   we   keep.    Th��y  have  u   great  luputution for the cure of Dyspepsia und  J-iver Complaint." Mr. Chas. A. Smith.  .Undnay writes: "Parmelee's- Pills are  toi excellent medicine. My sister ha a  uen troubled with senere fieadncho, but  tnese  Pills  have  cured  her."   ea/,, <$i  BU8LDINO?  Some.n-icn think it folly to lay up  treasures in heaven, where it's ten to  one they would never see .them again.  "What's   good    to    eat   is   bad  MV���.'saJfs  a chronic dyspeptic.  to  Why ko limping: and whining about  your corns, ur.uen a 25 cent bottle of  Hollo-ft-ay's Corn Cure will remove thenr>  <;ive   it a trial,  and you  will   not  regret  It r. ���  An old bachelor is a man who admits that he .doesn't think lie is  smart enough to take care of anyone  but himself. -   ,  The  '���smile"  of  the summer girl  is  usually ice-cream  soda.  SIX   OILS.���The   most  conclusive   testimony,   ropca-tedly   laid   before   the   public  ���ii the columns of the dailv press,  provee  'hat   Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil���nn ab.��o-  ,-,,. .      .    i   ��� ��� , .lutely  pure combination of six of the lln-  Joc per  bushel   in  carlots,   Winnipeg,    os't   remedial   oils   in   existence���remedies  or Fort  William, and  white feed oats   n,_!l".\f*ic.pa'inJ 'f&dicates affections   of  about '25c.     At   country   points   ra,J���oVd.?^^  mors  are  being  paid     20c ped bushel Ia,uI' lni."ri"  oi horses  and   caUie.  for good  oats.      - \  "Good  men.   you   know,    are    very,  scarce.'"   "Yes,. I know, and even bad  jiv.en  have to  make  themselves  so  at-  IF    SO  USE EDEBY'S  THE BEST BUILDING PAPER MADE.  It I�� very much stronger ��i]flrf ImOcrr llinii any'other (tarred or building:)  paper,. It is Impervious to wind, k(;��*ps out 'cold, keeps In lieat, carries no smell  or odor, absorbs no moisture, iraparU i o taste or flavor to unytiling��� with  which It comes in contact. It Id lai-fjely used not only for sheotJiiR- houses, but  for lining cold fctoragre -buildings, refrigerators, dairies, creameries, and all. |  places where tlio object Is to keep an even and uniform temperature, and at  th�� same time avoiding dampness. .."<��.,  Write our Agents,.T13KS & PEKSSE, Winnipeg, for samples. ���        ,  .'  THE:  E. 13. EDDY CO.,  L-ir-r-i ite-d,  HUL.L..     ..  2BES53S  c- f" Hlchards & Co.,"  flemon-ln Ju��e '98 1 had' my  ail-l wrist badly bitten by a  horse. I suffered greatly for  | dl*J8, and the tooth cuts re-  y�� h��al, until your egent jjnve  fb��ltle of JnNAHD'S LINI-  - which I began using, and the  vas inftgica]. Tn five hours the  ���jI a(i runsed, and in two weeks  piind had completely healed  ''*y 'Ul"'l and arm wore as well  *t'1'- Yours trulv,  an A. R. noy,  Pt'e Muk,.r.   St.   Antoine,   P.Q.  "cvt-r  hear  one   girl   say   thnt  P'r in  (no  young to  marry.  So  I.oivly,  I> ij I  So  Great.  A humble tailor death had caught  Within his clutches grim.  Yet by-his gravo we stood and thought  How much we owed to him!  IMugrpong Iluliit.  Un ii clout��� Will  you  saw  some  Mrs.  wood? i  t-Viiyrcl Fagin���Sorry, mum, but I've  got the pingpong wrist,'and me'physi-  cinn sin's I need absolute rest.  Siniiiiivr.  In those fair days the poet spies  Tlie stinum*!* mi-.s. ihe seaside fairy.  And to bis home he quickly liios  To aei/.o his rliynilii�� dictionary.  Vise is the man who can distinguish between his friends and his  enemies.  BART.KY-���The crop is.hardly in  the market yet and prices are steady  nt 33 to fioo for'-mtiltirig grades and  'd0 for feed, in cars on track. There  are some enquiries for malting barley for eastern shipment.  IT AY���SO to S7 per ton for fresh  baled, in carlots on track, Winnipeg.  POTATOES���30c per bushel.  POULTRY���Spring chickens, -10 to  GOc per pair, alive; fowl, 60 to 70c  ducks.-9( per pound; turkeys, lO to  lie,  live, weight.  HUTTER ��� Creamery���Prices aie  higher at 17Jc to 18c per lb. f. '>. b.  factory points.  BUTTER ��� Dairy���The market is  firm, and 'receipts of choice table  -grades are light. Commission houses  ar�� paying 12 to 1-lc for choice to  finest dairy, commission basis. Winnipeg,   in pails  or bricks.  CHEESE���10c per pound is being  paid for'best makes, delivered in the,  ���������ty.  EGGS���The ruling price is 16-_c per  do7cn for choice eggs, subject to  candling.  DRESSED MEATS���Beef 6 to GJc:  veal, S to 9c; mutton. He; lamb, 123;  hogs, 9  to 9^c.  HIDES���No. 1 city hides, GJc; No.  2, 52c; No. 3, 4Jc. Kips and calf  tho same price as hides; deakins,, 25  to 40c: slunks, 10 to 15c; horse  hides,  50c to SI. t  SENECA ROOT���There is very little root coming in and tho market is  quiet at 53c for clean, well dried  root,' at Winnipeg, with a range of  _2 to 3c  less for inferior quality.  times'.  j��fy?S_FL�� PADS  WILL   R'D   YOUR   HOUSE   OF  FL!ES   _f_   A   FEW   [.OURS.  Self-roverence, self-knowledge, self-  control: th&se three alonclead life to  sovereign power.���Tennyson.  It is impossible that a man who is  false to his friends should be. true to  his country,���Bishop Berkley.'  IMPERIAL "MAPL'E SYRUP  , The quality, standard from Ocean tc  Ocean. Your nioney back If not ��at-  isfactory. - , -       '  -        u -  ROSE & LAFLAMME, Agti... MONTBEAt.  W.  X.  U.    No.  396.  MKELP!OM":Er  Endorsed by beat English medlcaljournala.  Supplied to British soldiorsln South Africa.  For all Throat and Oland Troubles, Lumps,  Abscesses, Old Sores, Ulcers, Felons, Skin  Diseases. Eczema. Pimples, Stiff Joints,  , Rheumatism. Lumbago, Sprains, Sruisos,  Piles, Cuts, Sore Feet, Pleurisy.  Sold by Druggists, 23c.   Try it onco.  A healthy definite purpose is a  remedy for a thousand ills.���u. S.  Marden.  ��   GOOD MONEY EARNED  <��>  <���  *  ���'  ��-  Kniti in. foru-. Oilier ,ii duci inenfs  t.) light part ut. We lent new machines. S^nd f-a- part.c-u'ai's iit o:icu.  O.-iar.o Furnishing Co. Toionto, Out  <������* *����� C -C>-^��-0��.<'*^^-��^<����.<>^>000��.  The allig'ator does not attain his  full length until he is 50 yoars of  age. When 1 year old his length is  about 12 inches;' at the age of 15  he has  grown to  rwo feet.  Perseverance is failing nineteen  times and succeeding the twentieth.  ���J.  Anderson.  _r f��i  Irall  ymi  '"otter  to   have  a  polico-  down than take you up.  JGlf-  -"mile man Is  often  tho on-  [' ^''^_hi satisfied  with  tho job.  F's Liuinient is best Hair Restorer.  _iti"lo"Ut!  ��f  cIlarity  protects    a  fe's. .  amateur  thoatricol  por  tlier  ea..re  lrs��.  a  wonmn   doesn't  J1.1'*"    photograph'   resembles  ,10t just so it is pretty.   ,    '  "f(irbiddcn  If yod nre not satisiied with the  world you should hire a balloon and  get out.  ari's Liniment is His bjst.  It is generally supposed that when  u man's heart pulsations go down to  40 a minute death will follow unless  restoratives are administered. Parisian doctors are now, it is said, puzzled over a nian, in, one of the hospitals, whose pulsations have sunk  low as 18 "a���" minute, although to  he     is    well    and  l""lo6r.La."   melon.,,   are  lhcbc^b. y-   Pe,r��onB   so   const!tutod  icl,R of   rl ,lnli"!���co  Is, followed  bv  I'hftso"n_oUrn- "'dysentery.     ffrininer,  r-in In, ,.i- 0n.8  nr��  not  aware     that.  v hnv,. "''-'"to  their hearts content  ���4<!,loei/'.  lr\ hftncl i bottle of Dr.   J.  that win "-"entcry   Cordial,   a mwl-  suro   . ' Krive immediate relief, and  Is.        LUfo    for  all    3umm��r     com-  PI  ^  ."-rried   man   fails    down-  |tl,0 ,���.ls, SUI'C  to  blamo  his   wife  1   "- "-iRhap.  l\0\y    \-      .  uomnt I    boarflinff house  keop-  ' u'a to  commit  suicide    re-  .ly.  IT  fCoI j"jja.ny   {t   is   the    hoarders  1 b(;yon(l.  taking a flier into  the  as  all , ti])i)earaiices  strong.  Thoroughness.  ������   Prof    W    Hodgson   Ellis,   Official  Analvst to  the    Dominion    Govera-  ^afstates that ������ Sunlight Soap has  "a thorough cleansing power   with-  " out danger to    the    clothing    or  Bk��-     Women who want washing  lone thoroughly cannot   "^better  thabx   Sunlight    Soap-Octagon Bar  Unlike  common   soaps,   there  Is, no  ?aiSe  to  the  clothing,    agdI    *o  Try SunigS   Ioa?-0ctagon   Bar-  218  I^IVID STOCK.  OATTLh.���The export movement  from western ranges continues unabated. The cattle show line condition. Best exporters are worth 'Ic  per pound f. o, b. point of shipment,  and butchers'  grades 3 to  3_c.  SIT Rrci'���Receipts of sheep are  ample for all requirements of thu  market and prices hold steady at _._  to ���'. ���c per pound off cars Winnipeg.  Lambs are worth  o_c per  pound.  I10C.S���Demand is very active owing to tho good sale for cured meats.  Packers are mostly quoting 6_c  though we hear of 6Jc for some. Inferior grades ic to lc Jess.  Ml LCI 1 COWS���Cows are scarce.  Good milkers .readily bring $45 in  this;market, the range being.:from  335 to ��<15 each.  "IT011S.ES���There- is a good ."demand  for Work horses and an active, trade  is doing in these. Driving horses are  also in. good demand, b  A   Poem   on   Fnt"V.  Ton 'cannot'choose your earthly lot  Nor right all seeming wrongs.  - The clnin likes not  Tho chowder hot.  But that's where he belongs.  ftlinard's Liniment Cores LaGrippe.  Important   ConnlderattoaMk  Concerning modern literature,  It has been sadly hinted  That less depends on what is WrK  Than how it's bound und printed.  ;\1>. T. J. Humes, Columbus, Ohio,  writes: "I hare been afflicted for some  time with Ividney and Liver Complaints,  and find l'araiolee's Pills the best.. medicine for these diseases. Those Pillt, do  not cause pain or griping,--and should be  used when a cathartic ia required. Thev  are Gelatine Coated, and rolled in the  Flour of Licorice to preserve their purity  and {jive them a pleasant, agreeable  taste.  Iv:imh Gourd  of Samara.  In a book culled "The Duke of IIol-  stein's  Travels  Into  Persia  and   .Muscovy,"   published  iu   1..3(>. (here  is  an  account   of   a    curious , vine   product  called  the "lamb gourd,"  which  runs  as   follows:  "In  the   neighborhood   of  Snituirn.  Husshi. there grows a gourd  which closely resembles a Limb in all  its members.  It changes place in growing as far as the stalk will reach, and  wheresoever it turns thc grass withers  and dies.    This  change of tbe gourd  plant   the   Muscovites   call   'feeding.'  They further say that when it ripens  the  stalk   withers  and   that  the  outward rind of thc gourdTs then covered  with a sort of  wool, which tbey  use,  instjead'bf.fur.".' ;���' - . .  'Sealiger also .makes, mention-'of. .the  lamb gourd and says that it grows until the grass fails and that it then dies  for ���want of .���nourishment. He also says  that the wolf is the only animal that  ���will feed upon it.  furs, and especially of sealskins rery  much indeed, and when she invited  anyone for a drive they had to leave  such  wraps  behind.  ��� The pin machines of England, Holland and Germany turn out an average of 07,000,000 pins for every  work day of the' year. At Birmingham ' ono factory makes 30,000,000  pins per day.  JUST    L__.OOfrC  at  the  scramble  for . our  Simply   Wonderful.  _IA_,-T7FACTUItBD   BV j.  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  ' Mother  Grave*'   Worm   exterminator  pleasant   to   take;   sure   and   etlectua.1  destroying   worms.     Many   have   tried  with   the bout  results.  ie  iu  it  The oflice may seek the man. but  the boy looking for a job comes in  bunches.  One   to-day   is   worth  rows.���Franklin.  two   to-mor-  THE ANGLE LAMP  combines tho maximum of light  ���with, the minimum of heat, the  .minimum of trouble', the minimum ot expense.   Used In  .  , HOUSES,  STOKES,  CHURCHES  HOTEI-S,  EACTOKIE5  Etc., Etc.  It is perfection in lighting. The light  that never  fails. It uses  ordinary coal oil���ono quart in 16 hours. No  smoke, no odor, no drawing up, no removing of  globo or top to light.'tilled while burning, the  only light having no uiulor.slmdows. Apply  to your k-cal ao.ilor or ioud  for catalogue ana  Srii-es to Hilton, Gibson & Co.,   X'.  O.   Box  91, Winnipeg;.  Hiiuard's liniment for Rheumatism.  A  brave man hazards  life,  but not  conscience.���.Schiller.  From  the lowest 'depths'there  ifj a  path  to  the highest heig'ht.���Carlyle.  Tin*   Pi-t'Jtn   Asrent.  Rnsnnlo- What   is   tbe   matter  with  Bltii'iowls tonight?  I.i.'ilto���liis press agent has publish  ed a slory about his extreme modesty,  and he is trying (o act the part. ���  .Indite.  ���'������'���An   In foresting;  Anlmn.1.  Proprietor of 'Menagerie-:Walk up.  ladies and gentlemen, and see our famous lion, Mustapha. He is as sensible as any human being. A French  sergeant once 'pulled out of his foot a  thorn on which he had stepped. What  do you think the noble creature did?  It devoured, one by one, in order of  rank, all the superior officers of our  sergeant until tlie latter found himself promoted to the grade of colonel.  Walk in. gentlemen. Only a peuny.���  From the German.  We   offer  One  Hundred   Dollars   Reward  (or  any case  of   Catarrh  that.cannot  be  cured   by  Hall's. Catarrh   Cure.  Fr J. ���Cheney  &   Co.,   Props..  Toledo,   O.  We), the undersigned, have ,known F. J,  Cheney for the last 15 : years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to  carry out, any, obligations made by their  firm.  West   (fcrTruax,'Wholesale 'Druggists.   Toledo.   O.  Walding,   Kinnan    &.    Marvin,   'Wholesale  i Druggists/Toledo,   O.      '  I   Hall's   Catarrh   Cure  is   taken  internally,   acting   directly, upon   the   blood   and  mucous   surfaces   of   the   system      Price  75c   per   bottle.   -Sold   by   all   Druggists..  Testimonials  free.  Hall's  Family   Pills '. aro. tho   bpst.  The horse you get a  "sure tip" on  is sure, perhaps, but slow.  T.   H.  EftETCALFE  & CO-  Grain and Commission Merchants.  Highest prices paid for wheat, oats, barley or llax in carlot.s. Wire or write me  for pri<:es before selling. Liberal advances made on consignmc-nts and handled  on coinmlsHion.   Licensed and Hoiided.  P. O. Ilox 550, Winnipeg, Mini.  | J AV1-: YOU SKEN IT? WHAT? LEE'S  ' Priceless Recipes, 3.'.00 secrets for  the home, farm, laboratory, workshop,  and every department of human endeavor,, with full index to contents; 368  pages, bound in cloth; send 25 cents for  a. copy, and if you think the book is  not worth the money' send it back; and  your nione.. will be refunded; this is a  good   side   line   for  canvassers.   Write   for  it.e.'_."V.?-',1oy?.* V'ant te canvass. WILLIAM  BRIG<.,&., Methodist Book-room. Toronto  Ontario,.        .... ������'���   ���       ..;.���',  HALCYON HuT SPRINGS  ITA.re'l'-ui  ���A.*-p-ov��y Lake>,  13. O.  Situated midst scenery unrivalled for  grandeur. The must complete health r��-  sort on the continent of North America.  Its baths cure ull Nervous and Muicu-  Jar diseases. Its waters heal all Kldn*y,  t-iver anil Stomach ailmeiits.  Tlvoy nre a ���never-failing' remedy fox ell  -tnouuiutio. troubles. . ��� ���  TERMS  $15 to $18 per week,   according  to rosidonco in Hot*1 or villas.  '   I  \    1    .  .1 I-   b  f )    i  .1,  . '.  b'll'y  - -f  i,  i  - '-;i  ,     "''A'  '       I-  know. ''I'll ������  rii,:;-h.bi;  -j"*^'��"��^-����T��ff'iWinrrMnni: r:.- ^^.ifu-r^c��3o<^��a*^��*����KKac��|a^ra^ttCXft  HiTt'^-fti'Miri.ri.-hnnfcp amn  ��{fi tVi ��y ~, i v.'  1 jj-? t'V .*-% H  .rest o. tli-j * ,;ui-If-  of M-iyie ,i,;;u Jlas. K.op_ci..iv.  /  OPPOBTUNITF  Foi Cettin^ a   Beautiful   W.-Ucli  -*wr,?^       I- O. 0. F.       I i^f ^^^  /. -o'      K'-b.-^.    i\ I       It'' '- "       " *''  ^2^__^l_,  iV-^i&b^ TVil,7����J Xf"5*45 Nft-**l 6 ��� ^ /?%. n'  -'VU.".;  una .t co..  Vuhlishvrn. {  t  ll.lTES IF iUIiiCr.li'riOS.  Oje Vuar...  ana  Chain Free.���JSo Money Hc.pjired  Eve;,i- Man, Wouiau, Boy or   Girl i  ha�� the Same Opjiorlunfty   under I  our System. I  ������  --.--   _---.-^:_:~--...-.���_���_-���--. j    In oj-cJrr to have Dr. Arnold's  Eng-|  ���UTUKJUY, OCT. IS. 1002.        | lisli Toxin Pills? placed in thc hands ol  rjj��c^m.-g��Mi����^��j��j����rpr��i����^iM,'j��ri��jLj.,w,y��>I ail persons sufTerinf from   b,id   health  we make the   following   most- liberal  offer:���   '  It you will send us your  name ,aud  ' JW.'efs cvcrj ~��dor.(Liy erenhig in   their I  ,,/h.tlI  oo   VictoiJa street.    Sojoumiug -  Odd Fellows cordially invited.      ' I  F. J. S.MVTJJ.  Noble Grand.  P. D. Hope,  Seor'v.  THE PITV OV LEAP.  The question of how best to  encour-  Harvey   & ..McCarter,  KORT STEELE, IL 0  JIarvoj-, McCartor & I'inkham,  revjslsto'ke, b. c.  age thd load mining' industry  is  one,  oi win moment lo this section of tho *dllreE* aud a8ree to seJI f��f ��6 ^elve  tbe province, and as it w the desire of /^e8 0i Dr- a�����M'b English Toxin  concerned to only do wha!  for  ni.ij' he made  sub]  Barristers & Solicitors.  toe uroviucc, ami as it id me   uesirooii - -   ~.-0..u*��   ^u-uu     -; ^s��t= _-he._ull_->  ',11 concerned to only do what is best l ��� at Loc- Per hox> we wil1 give you Tffi p GT7RI)  for the industry',   any suctions that   ,abso^^y Fkee a beautiful Watch    . ' '   "'  may he made   vvifh   reference  to {he\ X>D ClTA's ^ oither ladies'or Gent* I  hectare wok by of careiul  consider- / SVMi> or -V0Uf choice   o[ *>"**& other  ion.   The    Winning  Free   Pre*, I *ren�����,such as * Cue oet of Jewel- .  ;<>���^nP the matter, envz: , r^   JRlu^'   Vio]i"^   ^��ndoIinflf  Tea  V'v ^^^,-fefcw-'  ' 'i    & 1^^:' /; l\ ����� !^%F^b vl  vdi.-cussmg I'ie matier, says i . ,_ - ���    ���--  "I'ne increase of the duly  ou Jead PBt8'&ateen ikirls, cameras, etc.    Re  F  I-"  .���  iikino,   he  hSl>_ieh.   about.  w'Mliout r"efbor WB ^^  ^s*  ���*  Motov  M,o .....djultnitnt ^ .Ma:.-/ t / Um larfffj ^ l^r y0tl 5eli 6hs Pi]<*  ���* you |  rclH-dui^.    Lvaili.-.byinrxiiiutiL raw   '^'='^^ *o wil  any   more   than 12\  ifiatbnV.liiithpma..urtU'niifiofDaiiilfl;  l,0Ay3 t0 g0L-.tue  Premiumo.    Tbie i,' I  iJAKKIgTUjJ, SOJCICITOJt. ETC.  "CRANBEOOK, "B. C  t>  Do You Want to Make' a Dollar? If so  \  mborwetios'T TVVW  AUY  UotfRV 1 LEW IS  THbMSOW  pad iJ.ili  V.ioi.   .*"  1; -Xi'ie'.F  u.ii-j   ft b?ha li[,e-��'f,lr f��>ni a real la bio con-1'  Bhd)-|;:n-:.-,iu.H,1 ,:,.-. rn,i"nlj'n!' "��M. h,.<i {:i;v��i llmmnr^   oY  dol-  \ht\i :.ilv  niuu-.in  -.imiid   nt^jitntv |,,Ire V,"0rt,! G/',rC{n:nmd   to   ��&���te  ����  J over  the   country,      Jioniomher  also  tha.T^r. irnol-/d English Totin  Pills  Notaiiy PjrMLrp. .AcctrjA--  ta.N'J', Ob.M.u:fr'.srow " a>tj  lb:.'.'!'ii ixcv A en::;r.  me  ^  , i  I ��������  :iu increase in the dt_tit.o on   tho </]in*  jsiieti produetd   made   from   the  raw  .'n.iterl.d.   Aa inoisaue on tlie duty on  !'i;.T tefid '.voi-'d 'ithi lo tlio fOt-'f of every  housd I'uilt in Canada,     l?ec;iui.ii of  tins the building ol  housed   wouhl  bo  .'Ostrich a     Wjjtncver the com oi nuy-  flu;r -'"  futiljow!!;' iiicrciped���rnd .if  }iroi?t'fon did nor have this cilebt tho  manufacturers would  iiDt  wani it���  ..omeooe pays  (he   ebofc   every time;  aud that someone ib the la&o  man  in  iM, '   j'  1 , >��...  tho chain, tbe  consumer, the. artisan  and the farmer.  "The jead  miners   v/ho   think  the  nre a well known remedy for ail  dig  cui-es   of   iho   kidney   and   'bbuldcr,  liiitfhi't- tiisease, rlinbefces, rJic'iimntism,  nervous   Lroiibles,   and  jemalo   com-  phiints, ��mi are for sale   by   all  first  class diuggists nnd  den lens in medi-  oir.t-s in ail jinrts uf tl:e  world.   You  have only tn ;d\o\v them  to soil' them.  Yo:i Ki-a uci o^'eiing the people -some*  ethi._S they don't know.  -Our' watched  are the,_oguLi.r etandard size for Ladies  or Gentle.ne;j iu. nickel or  Gun Metal-  Ca&ea    wiib    haiidbome    illuminated  ��� <i 'i  I *,   .J  '  I'l       '    ���"  , a..  -i .",  i -  ������4,  - \%.  ,    "TJie has. of accommodations  g. for the (raveiingjjmblic.  dials and reliBblo  timea^epeVeVTaTj   P. J.  McMallOil,   Me'2'*  ,, ������iiie iuau   miners   wiiu    iluuh   tue  c"ea BUC"   as   fl0  lady  or  gentleman I   " ��*__>���  better wav to improve their  ooudilion Jff,^be a��^?ed. i��{ c^r^  and  ^ | =========!=^^  ., b    .    b ,  .. t,   PV1,J "^ ��ent absolutely Pre8 to all who -POE  JITO   TAILOT?TKr;   r'n   tti  js to agitate for lower duties  on tbeUn only twelve bo7.es of  thoso  >von- ^AiLUKIJSG   GO   TO  MEBOHAHT   T.ML0K,  -aa������ ~����� -3�� �����/-** ��.*�����., ��J8L    JBi^_j__._,_C��wJ?b��.  a Safe liivestmenflt' IS! Cents,  . - ,   ,   r    ,-     ��� ���      '  fee first*200,000 of tlioss shares havo nlrcady.bbeu sub^ribed, and slmreo arc now selling at 13 cent,  ua calls of 2j cents per month, aocprdiog tn in, biEU of tl,n proepeof.w, and the MfJ_00,0GO are tc i, tJ:(i  at 20 cents, tuc fuh at 26 cents ou thc eamo ioims. ���   " ' *   .    ���   "  2,000,!  BATTON,' TWO  'Shares*' . ��� . ��� "  MILLION BOLLARS,  . '. Par Vake.'$l Each.  der:ul Tosiu Pills, Writs at once  ana he the first in your locality to  earn or.e oi those beautiful watches  aud oaajn. As soon as we receive  your letter or post, card we will send  you post paid twelve hoxes, together  with our illustrated Catalogue and  ooauumlly . colored . card ,with    your! w^"  I     I  y:'?  ^     '   ,'  ;' ' '     i  artiuli3s tiiey iequiro in canying on  their busings aia ou th.e right truck.  'They cannot hope to make the de-  :mind for their product' increase by  aiakiug theii pioducl- dfcaiwr: but if  Ihey can make   it cheaper  thoy 'will  widen the area of their  market,    J-iet - , ���-.-   , -    ,UUJ  them ascertain wherein the breeeut f -Da"le at>d, adJrcas on .aa our .author-  ..uff14u.h��U����,���d ag;lR,yr,��� tiSS aS to t_|dao"at,rre  ^melioration of tbe conditions tbat j than the 12 boxes aud we don't want  pppiess   , It i3 tariff reform,  not pro- j A2fY -MOiVey until after .you have  so^ld  lection, that thev need." '      .    jthem*    We bear all-the  expense  and  j nre only wakiug thig liberal offer as a  method of advertising l/r. Arno'd's  English Toxin 'Pills. Don't delay,  write at once and earn ?. beautiful  present for yourself for Chi.istmas.'  ���     Addicts .UHSOL.T) .-UEJHCIA-E coi,  Depl 321.   SO,jJdlalSo it. East, Toronto, Out  '���* vj-iii'jtn 4!waKuce��  ���    .Threcaiiarters of tho Capital Stock in the treasury, *l6,0d0 in cash and all demands  paid,, to tlat'e''  Resources:    GOLD, COAL  "COPPER, SILVER, AJtfD TOWJTSITE OF' GARTJRELL.  For further iuiormati'ou epply to the ��� ���'       '  Official Brokers of tlie Ashnoia Smelter Limited;  Tiie'workiiit'n of Great   Biitiiin   do  ii.js   million lire   Carnegie,   and  i  'JOt  the_- hit re t>howu their consistency by  rc-.'usiiifj to accept tbe ofera ho has  m uio to gi\.. goodly suras for. the  building n- public libraries says the  Jolbiii Xoivs. rbidtioug :-'tlii; feeling agiiitjjt him tJ:at, his n.vmt' ia irc-  ���XI- nlly hi.->'.r.' at when mantioncd. in |  pi blic.    T.'i? Honeo'uad ��:r"a_r  :&   not'  iipric  of the  -V4'A ':rr-v,t  MQfm  po:  Beale, Hutchison  suns n.vmt' -a   ire-   a    y^         1"   ��   '  ���heu man!ioacd.ioj&  ttlWBll ���  M��aW���$^.  ~ui%m' ton, tbi;y will ha"e  ~.   b w-,"-.  / i:s   o"^i ,    ,i'i(  A _:. .'1 'IC i 'o .-I-;'  -. i,-;,,- -^ i,  '.,   *-\-^;ii.; - -    -',;",*.-'' ; -'n;  i   r s-11   '���-- ^'.-     li'.i   /.  "t.'i.'ii'  i-1- -j   i- i.,,  the  fn McGregor Building.   ���    ���  Open Wehdnesdays   .  and Saturdays.  VY: R. Stone, Prop.  VONTON &.MUBIUY, Toronto, Ont  A. ^ilOORE&CO., Vhctdriaj b. 6.  'OAbotJ'GLAS&G'O. V'aiilBoi.ver. "  W. & jfccU 2?Kbi!-, MofribBli^b, Hiifc'  H. R, CAMERON, Winiiip2gi Man.  B. J. STEI^L, JS^LSbi, B. 0.   '  ^__��l*��'��  (^EAL53, SlJTOHISO^ A EiyWJgLfc,  , '��� . "  Heacl Office of .the Goiipaiiy, Boom '''A1' I-W-O Slbfet, ^e)so^> B. fto   ��  ��^- '6oiE AB^EESS, "   A_5SXoi'A," ITJSisbir, B. b. Code-Moreing & jFIeil.'F.' a'BOi 714-  TEL. fto. 70.  Ji  ���JSf  -FOE-  31 '  y fj��c-  tf     tin I  la   .���*!���' j  :.,u-iiV. !  ci.: jn:.  ."   one  COLLECTION J)EPA��_T.".lP;Nr.  G'.'n  i  O'i'.y ���  Hi:  y  ..-.J,    OUti  VV-- ��i  - '   V.    t tt  -u ���'. .'i-.ri.iliv   in   this d^r-art-  :it ol  iii'eien b,i   iorluno i;  rnmg wtthvLit ,i.i e;ebn  ...ti  i.  Ie   liart.  Tht-v J Live wen  :ii    him    j:i   the  'mem, .iLd aiu uotfd fur our prompt-  nc---- m ;-o!l"cti!_g ;uul mabing q;i:c!r  r-ji'irnE.  , auco nnd fi'i'.sijd iAn; \,antiru  i  We Jia-.t- not advauced thu p-ici: of  .out t./'j/;ccoi, Aiob-jr s-moking to-  bacco. ^ob.-. <Jiirr-;iK'y sine. V.r.r Play  .chewing tubacoti*. <i:e thy dame size  baud price io Iiie Con&umt'r aj form-  'siiy. We have a'..;u extended the  ; tim3 for the redemption of Snowsboe  ( ->aj;ii lu Janiwry 1st, 1001.  !, 'rue EsiriHE Toracco Co., Lxb.  T -      is C'l%-J> i, A*.%(iy \V:i'<i'p��.  Jr. pjov.'CLiln.g i.'.  i,], n ;,,   ijn;j,j   llp  HEAVY TEAMING  -���ALSO���  KAQCAQr,      y.XVRT-y-S     AND      GenEBAI  DELivniiY.?  IVi'OTTB.  CHAS. P.  CAMPBELL;  Funeral Director  and  Binbalmer.  Graduate of Champion College oi the  Ibiited States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aikenb. block, near Canadian  J Bank of Ccmnaorcc. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  Cranbrook,, B. O.  tffEDEJtSTAjDT, ttlESTJEil ER\& (J6.  er Beer, Porter an  duality not. excoilecl hi tlie country,.   Try it and  be conv-xneed.  h  CVim&sc KBim��  ���MQHNni  ��Ktft!��VTr-frriiu._:i.f Jac3��wyg *i��,r4m'tf--aog  iiowi Office  */F/  ut-  75  ��S��   Ur  MINERAL   ACT  OOJ__.f  J'.1!  1896.  Ol.IKTFICA IE  OF l-Mi'IJCVEMENTS.  EAST JffiOTEMAr B01TIIMG  CO!  cranbrook, b. c.        ' World's   Scenic   Route"  Areat-ed Watei-s of all  ^  Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water, and-Syphens,  ..... huge,  'cy.d.iii'iu   in   (be*   K.oo_  1 n.iy, and   itit.^i.jph.Uy  il-  obs'j; vance  "i ;ic- lit11'uiH!! .���iijni".trs.-iy, the Tijail  OiiKui; Ni.v, -��� h u-��� v;���:i! tr (,-,i^}] nc,v  -uiii-i ni.-::- i ''...hy. r.i n .J(^ :l j,,;;  ie\i'v.i(o'  ii. ,it, j- /  ;-��� 'j'',.i,'i'i  i.,  t  i  i    i.' io  a j  p.'..-.  y!  .d ii it  .tpti   to    ���- 'd    ���'.,('. ii-   .,i jii  .iurj,-..-  - ���;���������������' -j.i-r.'in   i! ������ iii nt. (���:. .ii,>;;.//j(j   for ,i  . ,if,��tf one.     .l.a   '���-;:., :,,.tcj.   y   Umt  cm  i t_hc   1'-i;; ,.���    v.iiib    ��,if!t-ip)*i.y   hi   .I.e.  sJriifd  ^!t,.tc:..    T^o   iu.h^i ih-iiun   {-.>  tiii LI-   /S if ; '.-r, ;, - vc.   u.'io':   ii-f-oii. t  t;i wipcii 'i   "ii1*.'!   vil'   iv   fr ri  -rd.;J  l\'iie\'.-i I   Tvilli'iii     TrjU    ,"'r( t j,    >.rfM< v  .XOTICU.  Sun��sc Fractional Mineral Claim, &ii,iato iui  "'�� J oi tStceiL mining (Ii'.!sio.i 0f 'Can K'oote- >  nay Dlf-tjict.  'Vno.-o louutwl'-.-jn .-���tjlJi'.i.:i hill.  ���i'ako !!(,[���.�� tlia:/, 'j;u���. r. McViCu, r. ,11  ';'-V'.tJ:c<j.".;1j,;,.1ttf���I   (;3*.M.o. Farrell, Free "  ���"'--���1     C��riii;ratc No   ii  ;.v,:(i,  intcinl wxtv  ���!'-y- iron. Hie ciiue Jiurwr; to rpr,iy to'ti >>  Mi;j'.  ";��� ci Miu -:.;.<: .i,!y .-.,/ vii-'iisr, jtn->  <::t.\.. t;. r".\;'.;.;.,.r���  i '-- 'IllC-j. v. H-.'/I'i'l'i:'. / ivji-  ^^--.-...~L?**l>)UaH*u,,3     ���t..mjj|,iJBi^,J  0. F. DESAULNIER  DEALER  IN  .UI_\i'"..___\._.  ACT  i;.n.'i  (���on:; j-.)  jf/i  PKOvn-T DKLIVER7  ���oiu'JSrSS5' Av-TO.  East.,  'Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  St. John  Halifax  Boston  New York  W/Hfft  West  Weatminritcj  e  P.-'F. JOHMS'lOfr  Vancouver  <y  Victoria *  Skaguay  Dawson  Seattle  Portland  .vSan Francisco  ?    3  ��*!! S h i'li & "* 'f,;|  ?i g��� *i ff. n s.'  9  .*?*���  ���jftii  ^HOi-ESALE A^Jlj KKTAIT,  2S15AT     MTflBOJaAKT^.  s tor ono }' tT.    J l''f A Ot^Oi) WAT(;i-i ' "'"i ^'<-'  ���     for r-.-in 01 ooy.    J<t-ni,i (rU(Ce ui,ci;iJ J di-f,ict  ibi'   foi;,'.iidr*d   lv    e^oit..-,   .jj-   ���o?tji  :-:ot.:ck.  ���-'i J-   i; if.    Mn *.iai   01,iu-.,   .||.;r.,p in   ,,,(  linn!- ;>: -ision of f:���-f  koo-oi i.  r.-rh  al C '..-ed Afiiit.  jidoi, io r:".,ii! Cn'ck^i.w/riiiil.'B.'C.  .voljcj;.  l.-.-l.; .j.v n Mi.-t.   0.JlH^: f[Cr dutc  .-, j    Where locum: ������()n yitu'l: c; col: n:  mi  ' .ii.ivnii  J('i��h, Catv.o anj Poultry. W>  f ii pi ' ���)�� ly (ho hedfc. 7our  traue, solicited.  ���MA'UKSivS'  Take notice thri I.TfcoK- ,'T.. McViltlo, ;���*. ,jj   .,,...  0.,K(.-. 1: no2;i"i, UKGiit for Cini.s. 0. Pr-i,.ii    ������- ,   l"r._         _-Tii ^-n             -��-��������   '��� ���  i.  Mi��.,r9,C,..rtIflc;t<!  No.   B   _M7g!  1^'.^ I ^        ^H ^lie ��� '   Pri^CipaJ  lUlVS fnim   fhlM'nlnlinmnf   l,vir.���l,. ..'.   .,   ���                                   ,   ' '������'������.    *l  routi inn di-i ^i -t   ii. i  .'oinii i mm" i.l��� ut'-f  i-li-i.-li-l ..,,   f,,t, '\c(.Ki  I'iC   Of Hit fllll,|ilii-ll   ���'(.(���iJlc l.l.i|l,i,j     -k.,,01.    |ilL,  ���!'     t'    j ' it, t'-iii'jy   Wc)   '*u   clitifi).    tilf>��<������.-  ���f.;*"UOc:.uiiih, tlicncc ICu-si 1-0 tl mu-'   tln-i cb  >oiiii  50 cbaius lu  plnn.-  ',!  cim;,),,,],.,-,,,,';,,,,  viutaiaiiis C10 anoi moio oi U -t, ' "'    ���   *  ; ,       ,       7, ���   .- -  -���',   "    "' -    ""���.: iic;.   i.iuio      "���-       -���" i line., i;   ;->u,   n   'io'.wii,   intend   ci\-/\-       ���    ���* -- ��� -��.��� .�� * **i��i IJCijX  J ' V',,Ti*f".^I,��v::1'-1,r:w,w_':.v.v^^^f :'->:��/-;��moa��.tc_ho_^ar.-*o-��wiy.oeJ^LVlM/.^.--^"���:::"��� ryt ���.---.   ���*������ *  "��� ""���"'���'^  British. Columbia  Mil.- 'li-ovi* claJm.  And furtliur take ii'dt.ice ihr.f uciioji. cuic"  S'.'f-ijon 37, re.ii.st bo uoii'niioncoc! before (.be \^n'.  ��ncu of such Ccrtlficcitc of Imj)rovi.')n<.-iit,b. '!"'  Outeil this 2��n<3 da;-- of August, \%2.   ���"'"  ''"..'" "CTIA8. C.'FAl.I.ULl., "  Per 'J.H0S. T. MOVIT  Meut. (,  CRJtN]  ) Ad   Q;  Headq ltaut, a fl e-' i- ci. East K o o xj;kay  Upper L^tke Steam&rs.  Leave Fort y/illiam  Sun., Tue., Fri.  Via. SOO LINE  Chicago.  Totirfet  Sleeper   Service'  Leave . bucmoc   7o,-irt,!o.i   t^u'ly foi '  Si. Paul.  Leave   kootenay    Landing   Tuesday  a.if; SfinrJny t ir Toronto and  all  eastern poin.s.  WBF.J  Lcav.   Rovilbtoke  daily, \oy ...ScaUle,  Vahcohver and ooaot cities.  Through ticketH to Rttrops via, all  Atlantic lihert, Prepaid tickets from  all pom't^ at Iovrfiat/rates. bForfiill  partirtilavs iipply to local tigenf.s.  6/ Hilller, Agent, Moyie.  J.K CAHTSR,   ���'      ��� ;.       ,   ��.. J, COTL.E,   ,   :  Jt-ii't. Pasa. Ar,'fc ' ss'-tGo , I-��s- A^t  ��      Nelson, Vaacovcr.  I This Hotel is lew ana -well iliirnilixed Tiie  Tables are Supplied .:WitH ,tha ^Sedt ;tl*e  'f  i:  l  I?  i  i('  i  i'  i  \:  Ur  | HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL J!  $ '��� ��� '. 'i AND MINING MEN J  $   :>rOYXC' - -    ..   - ~   . .   - - ttlUTlBUlCOhVitrlA   j  ���,^i.ihii,i.,i iiii'mj.  :TH)  C_K��5___  M  ;^;.g and Sfcatwnaiy  3 tor��.  oiiei Ar  Office  t>iy  \-    y \-  '..  wiles.  iB ie._  lit  ~K^"^��3    ^L-^mi  O^emist and Drug-gist.  'MOYl8>  jHoadqi1  I1?'1 I'    ,b'  ^>^  ��j^.i-S^*PS^-i_m!iffi^

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