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 A i    i  1910  K^'^RIA,,^  \yt4*t  ���f"U  p  V"  ,W  ���'K^  4  po'yotir eyes bother you?  Consult W.  H. Wilson,  0f   Cranbrook   and get  .    satisfaction. '  Save money by purchasing Vour  TIMEPIECE from  Wilson, the Jeweler. ���  MOYIE, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910.  $2 A YEAR  Our Mail Order System  "  Shopp>"_? -by mail is fast gaining popularity in Canada: g  ���    rQ{ir system " "which* is' one of the finest organizations in  the Dominion is daily giving satisfaction; to .thousands.,  '.Write for our/'illustrated catalogue ��� and 'get in, touch  i    ' i i ' l '      j ���  Avith us.,,     y " '',''','       -    ,  '     '  -' '  All goods will be sent prepaid'.. *  , r ' ' '*���        ' ' ' 7 * '       * 1  Money refunded if not entirely satisfactory.  t t T ( *    ' m , i  Henry; Birks & Sons,  limited.V  Jewe'lery mail order,house "    ,' - GeoTfErTrorey, Man. Dir.  /      A; ,'.*.;  VANCOUVER, Br   C.     '"v.  I        GENERAL FLOAT *      {  ."'We':tove* opened 'up. our'- car<T parlor for the winter.'  \f   " < Nice place'to spend a few. hours, boys.  - '- . ���     ' _   ...    '"    _,~   r.        ..       ���* , , '   '-,  13..  I do'a''general  collecting business.  Accounts left in mjrhands will  be  >iooted after promptly. ' .,  ^     .,.  Winnipeg is facingta potato fa-  mine, ,  Tho first piano arrived iu  Fort  George last month. ,.   ���  ,  '  Nelson's   waterworks   has 100  pounds pressure.  Wm. Davidson is  organizing  a  miners' union at' Stewart.        ,   <.  The Spokane fair was, a losing  proposition financially this year.  Killed in New York  Ksr.vi��.isaisn 1897  Beale ��fc TSlwoll  f INSURANCE  and MINING  , and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Head Office  CRANBROOK, B. C  Shoes - Shoes"���- Shoes  i      ,,  '   Most of the leading makes and .all of the leading leathers  ���to be had .it popular prices^" y'.,      ."     s  J. W, FITCH  ,*��*-***. 1*1. ri^ *ftr_s����  MOYIE'S  :xtzj��z-Ste.&fs*i_s��t_jAijrtr.Jsfe .rfi..sOz.s��  LEADTNG   5I0TEL. ��  Hotel Kootenay  i  The best of acconnaod'ations  for  the Traveling Public,  Billiard Booms.  S. S. Fowler has taken a  lease  on tho Enterprise mine on Slocan  ,<     -        ,        *-1     ,      , ,  -  lake.  __   ,   Y   ,    ,,,      .   ,'    .    .    '  A,Roman Catholic church, to  cost $10,000,, will, be erected  shortly in Lethb'ridge.    ';  '    - u- H ( K jA  '   Thomas Krabletoh has returned  to Rossland and, h'as, taken'charge  of the Co-operative store,,  y.     ,-.,, _____.-   -'-   ^-    '  - K ' ' ' '    I  Coleman , ' will celebrate a  Thanksgiving day October- 31��ini  honor of incorporation-to a town.  ���'     ,   > , '*, ���:��� \ -1" i  .  J, C. Ketnpston, hasresigned aa  provincial constable afc Midway.  Kempston was constable at'M-oyie  for a whilo. ��� " .      ,  . '  <     -J���s. ���   -*  i <' , ,  A.  Gordon   French expects^to  .have    his     demonstraiory     zinc  smelter in operation-iii Nelson by  Christmas.'1_    * -        - <   ( <  * * - - - ^ .  ��� P. A. O'Farrell, the gifted" writer ' aud \fonner secretary - to F.  Augustus HeinM,'jLsrnoyv.*writinB  up Ms boyhood"home, in" Ireland.  ^ArBledot^ the famous' French  inventor and monoplane constructor,' will make Montreal the headquarters of the Bleriot firm on  this continent. -'  ' Three 'of Nelson's brightest  lawyers have located in Vancouver within the past year and a  half. They are S. S. Taylor, W.  A. M.acdouald and If. S. Lennie.  C t  The miners' union at Kimber-  ley, which was held together by ft  handful of members during the  long closedown of the Sullivan  mine, is again in "a flourishing  condition-        ' ,    ,   *  J. P. McConiiell, editor of tlie  Saturday Sunset of Vancouver;  intends makLsg a tour ,of eastern  British Columbia, and will spend  some time in the Crow's Nest district.      -           F. I. Jloore, one of the first  .merchants ' in Moyie and the  -.town's fii'st postmaster, is now  said to he following the profession of a barrister in Victoria.  Anniversary and Social  A dispatch from New York  dated September - 30 th gives an  account of th^killing of John Me-  Dade, a former .resident of, Moyie.  McDade'was here about a'year,  from February, 1008 to February,-  1909. ��� He'worked up oh the St.  Eugene hill.'1 following is the account sent out.from New York:-  ','Sfcruck by a-' bullet at close  range, evidently after a hard  struggle .with his assailant,'a man  believed to be John llcDade, from  Moyie, British Columbia, and in  touclvwith. , mining interests of  the Pacific; Coa^t, staggered dying  from the hall way of a house on  Fitth' avenue, '^today, into the  arms of'a policeman.    , ?> .   "  ���r "Tlie, victim of the shooting  died as he waa being taken to^ a  hospital.   -'���!* "'  ' '"Mystery'surrounds the circumstances of the crime. The police,  however, arrested James Hickey,  tiiem   to   be  known as  said" by v,  "KiaV Seer, .who was found^near  by wearing|sWhat ��� the police  believe to''be't|e hat of-the victim,  'bearing the label  of a maker _ in  Ballarci, Walhington.    .' ���  "The murdered man who was  well diessed; had papers 'showing"  him to have _hadr relations with  the Western Federation of Miners  and travelea extensively on the  coast from Seattle to Los Angeles.-  ������Moyie Miners' Union No. 71'/ was  a a'inscription, on a card found in  his pocket!*-' Robbery isc believed  to have' been- the 'motive of' the  crimB.'"'-*'     )*. - ' - y '  Se���������e���:��������S'&!i>i5f393*!&'J*,^aS'3,5vt�� j  h      LOCAL ASSAYS J  �� , ���' -----     *  ai��3a_����9a'*:5>*>3^-a3'*��'*i��"*>':*:��93i-*��3,30}  1 t  Snow'has appeared on the hilltops around Moyie.  F. G. Long went to Kimberley  yesterday, >  Wm. Fleming-left yesterday for  the Sullivan mine.      ���  Billy Bremner1 was iii town for  a few days this week.,.  Patrick Keeney is up from his  farm in the lower Moyie valley.,  33. A', llill was down to Loth-  bridge the first bf the week,        f  Next' Monday will' ba payday  at the St. Eugene mine. ,  , Jv! D. Sfcinson has  gone out to  Spokane'for the winter.1    ,  Mrs.'.Livesley ' returned ' Wed-  ' i     'r J  nesday from Cranbrook.      ���  'Andrew Miller, of the Moyie  Brewery, ' returned ��� yesterday  'from Nelson.'-      ���-''     -' -   ,:"  The, men1 doing government  road work have been, laid oil' for  this season. - ���., '    ,  Fred Kesler came home Wed-  nesday from" Spokane,' where he  was attending,the fair. ', '  ,<A daughter was .born 'to Mr.  and Mrs'. F. G. Long , on Wednesday, October' 5th. , .  ,,           "  i                 '                -.  Mrs. I. Whitehead and daughter, Clara,'were in Cranbrook the  , ^ . i  first of the week.    '.   ->!   ��� '    '.,  Big fibre, and  zinc wash tubs.  /v��A/i<vvv^^vvv>^���w%vs^vvvs^^^A^^^  V  HURRY!  Urge'and Commodious Samplo Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. |  ,   Tm- the most fastidions dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest  American  lasts.    Oxford shoes in all colors  from. $4.50 tp $5.    Sec our new  Buy oiieaaad be well dressed.  -������:':>v,S-f.;Ji,'.V4'.:.'BILL  20th CENTURY  SUITS.  i     Imperial Sank of Canada. I  1     v   ���"������ r.   ��� .-:   .   .        .....-$10,000,000.00 I  ��                ���.n.^^lS.ihacr.bed             ....^SO.OOO.OO 1  ....5.330.000.00 I  Capital Authorized-  Capital Subscribed���  Capital Paid "(Jp������  Reserve   STund-  ,rve   v una��� _ nnTTinTTiTA  | 'BKAHiDHBS   IK'BOTI^COIOTOBIA  | Fernie, Nelson, Revehtoke. Victoria, ana  1 Drafts *nd Money .Orders sold avrf��lc,m. any  ��� part of the World  1 Savings Bank .Department.     .  i Interest allowed on deposits froin  t**^^^  1 MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  Next Sunday, October 0th., the  anniversary services of the Presbyterian congregation will be  held in St. Andrew's church,  Moyie, and on the following Tuesday, October i 1th-,,the annual  supper aud social will be held  in  the same pis**"-- A &ood Prog'  ramme is being provided of music,  vocal and instrumental, rocita-  tions, etc. The following elaborate menu is being provided for  the supper which will be served  from o to 8 o'clock:���  Boast beef and brown gravy,  ,   Boston baked beans,  Mashed potatoes  and vegetables.  1 ,.   Salads���Cabbage and  beet,  Green-peas. ��� ,IPiekle"s.  Pies���Apple, Lemon, Pumpkin.  White and Brown Bread.  Cakes���Assorted. ���' Biscuits  Tea- .;.' ,������-������������'������..  Coffee  Admission���Adults 50,. children  25 cents,  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  has become famous for its cures  of coughs, colds, crowp and iuflu-  en/.i. Try-it .wh'eii in need. It  contains no harmful' substance  and always gives prompt relief.  Sold by the Moyie Pj*ug & Stationery Co, *    ���  ^nntial^Reporf Issued  �� W. D. Mathews,' president of  the ' Consolidated' Mining and  Smelting Company of' Canuda,  Limited, has issued on , behalf of  the directors, the following report  to tlie shareholders, for the year  ending June 30, 1910:  The tonnage of ore handled at  the ��� smelter was ,"4.S7,125 tons,  against 317,417 tons in 1909.S  The profit for the year was  $309,945.0S and added to the balance at the credit of tha profit  and loss'account as shown last  year makes a total of $871,011.09  at ctedit of that account. ,  During the year two. properties  have been purchased, the La  Plata, or Molly Gibson group,  near Nelson, B. C, for payment of  which 2000 shares' of the capital  stock were issued, also, the No.^ 7  group in the Boundary district.  Tlie operating of'these mines, the  disectors believe, will prove profitable to the company.  The property and plant accounts, after paying for the above  properties, etc., aud after writing  off for depreciation $175,502.00  from the profits of the year, show  an increase of $214,202.19.  Gambling Case Dismissed  Tho gambling case came up for  trial last Saturday before Justices  of the Pence B. A. Hill and J. P.  Farrell. Constable Browning appeared for tbo prosecution and  M. A. Maedonald for the defense.  A certain Moyie resident wns  charged with keeping a common  gaming house, but there was insufficient, proof to convict him,  and the J case was consequently  dismissed;    .,",.'  Card of tnanks  We toko this opportunity of  sincerely thanking all our frifends  in Moyie who so kindly came to  our assistance during our recent  bereavement.       E. G. GWYNNE,  .   E. MARKS.  Moyie, October Ofch, 1910.  The Royal Seal cigaij   has been  before the smoking  public  for a  dozen years.   It is made in Nelson  and    can   be . bought   in nearly J  every mountain town- f   ���-  Regular price $2.00 now $1.25  Crowe Bros. >.,  A reception was tendered Rev.  and Mrs. �� J. ���-W. Milled at the  Methodist'church last evening.  1 Mrs. Lomer has' returned from  North Yakima, * Wash., and' will  prooably remain in Moyie for tlie  winter.        i'l     '��� A I- ��_'        ��� i"  C'W. Ly Reid" has * tendered -hi__-r  resignation*as"' secretary, bf   the'  Moyie Water Compa'hy.    His successor will be appointed today.  Miss Flora Deagon, Miss Alice  Ferris and Miss Lottie Ferris  were out to Spokane 'this, week  attending the fair. *   ; ^ '  Thos. Hare, who had' charge of  a mining property on Perry Creek  all summer, was in town for a  day or two. He will put in the  winter near Northport, Wash.  Joe Shelly^formerly electrician  for the St- Eugene company, is  now electrician on the Empress of  China running between Vancouver and the orient. , ���  - A great combination:'���The best  goods and the lowest prices at  Crowe Bros.  W. H. Shira spent a day in  Moyie this week on his way ont  to the Spokane fair. Mr. Shira  is now engaged u in mining near  Wasa.     \ ' t  Considerable repair work has  been done on the water works  system lately, in the way of getting everything in readiness for  the winter. ,  Ideal cream will clean your silver and never leave a scratch. 20c  at Crowe Bros.  LOST���On Sunday afternoon,  somewhere between town and H.  Gamble's residence, a string ot  gold beads. Finder 'please leave  same at this office.  The central office of the Moyie  Telephone Company is soon to be  moved to the Conrad building, in  a portion of the store formerly  occupied by Roberts & Mossinger.  Weld on Reid, the youngest  brother of Mrs. R. Campbell and  W. .L. Reid, is in Moyie on a short  visit. He is from Detroit, Michigan, and is on his way to .'Van -  couyer. ....  J. S. MacEachern was away  from Moyie for about a week. He  was in Lethbridge and Blairmore,  and.it is reported that he made  quite extensive iu vestments in  each place, a   ,   .     t  Wm. Hawortb, who is holding  a position as ad-ni'an ou the Anaconda Standard, was in town yesterday on his way to Grand Forks,  whero he is to be married. Ha-  worth formerly lived, at (Rossland  aud was one of the fastest hockey  players'in.the Kootenays. Years  ago     lie     was - dubbed   "'Weary  You will have to hurry if you-in-  tend taking advantage of the big  bargains.   For instance your sizo   ,  ,in men's;, shoes may "be 'gone when-  ^you arrive .i.    -        '��� _. '.'���->  $5.00 mining and dress shoes sell- rapidly, at. $3.50  Men's hats, any style. Formerly S3 now . ' $1.75  Working;- dress gloves. ' V $) :25, 1.50 now 80f95c  'Men's winter and'snmme'r nndenvear atcost and less  E, In Drygood's,- prints, flannellettes, sateens,'' 'etc.; -are  * ,' -disappearing at 10c per yd., ��� ��� ' ,'",''., >  'Blankets;     formerly  $4.00,, $6,00 now. $2.95,-$400'  ;' '   ,'   '8i" '   'CrROCEKIESy' *'    ,,'''.  Dry'Ween peas, '''  Formerly 10c    now . 5 lbs  for ,25 c  rCoffeVand  tea/'/-'      "''...^'Sc.     :*y/20cperlb  Golden'West  soapy   ', -".     6 bars for 20c-  * -KITCHEN-UTENSILS,  Rolling pins, fire shovels, granite pie  tins,   toasters,  egg-beaters, tin cake tins, mincing knives at 10c  We   are   positively^selling- .out: *  This is no bluff sale.    Evervthing^  in the store is for sale at a big^ dis- '  count   over1 the original prices.  Our stocK is all/new so, that you'  f- are sure of getting tlie best goods  at the lowest prices possible. _  '.    Get tlie .Habit."-'. .Go to '    '',  ,.i4^  . ^  i  A^v^/>/^/^<VVN^A^��^S^AAA/V^^  *i-  *  The Same Old Story  The old Spanish prisoner fraud  does not work so wello now Las it  did some years ago. J. A. McDonald of Nelson is the latest to  receive one of these mysterious  letters telling him of a >rge fortune awaiting him. , Usually the  prisoner's daughter goes with the  fortune, but in the letter to McDonald we see no meution of her.  About three months ago E, A.  Hill of Moyie received a similar  letter, but paid little or no attention to it. The scheme is to get  the narty written to interested  and induce him to put up a few  hundred dollars of his good money  with the expectation of getting a  share in the big fortune that  never materializes.  School Report  The following are  the  pereen-  1 n  tages     of     attendance     at the  Moyie school for September:      . ,  Enrlni't,   Attendance, Perc'tge  3S.3S ^S'  42  *49  42.33  S6.3S  Motion   to Appeal  con-  doc-  "You are suffering from a  stitutional disease," said tho  tor.  "Then I shall take ifc to tho supreme court," said the eniiuent  corporation lawyer.  Your cough annoys you. Keep  on hacking and toariug the dole-  cate membraues of your throat if  you want to be annoyed. But if  you want relief, want to be cured,  take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by the Moyio Drug <&  Stationery. Co  Div. 1  Div. 2  Tot.il     91 SO. 71 SS.69  The following are the names   of w$y  those in each division   who  have  made perfect attendance during  the month;  Division    1���Clayton   Brenton,  Bella Crowe, Robert  Carfra,  Eugene    Collin,    William   Forsyth,  George    Feroglia,  John Feroglia,  Herbert Fyles,  Kathleene  Home,  Janie Marshall, Roy   MacEachern,  Charlotte .MacEachern,"Ada Sand-  with, Nelson Smith, Irene "Vincent.  Division     2���Jean    Blackburn,  Charlie Bothamley, Sidney Both-  amley,    Hannah   Brenton,   Alice, ; /-  Brenton, Jimmy Campbell,  Annie       '      ,*-  Carfra, James Carfra, Johu Henry  Chamberlain, Leoua Collin,    Harriet Collin,     May   Cook,   Gordon \  Dengon, Alma   Desaulnier,   Hazel              .  Dimock,     Homer    Dimock,   Bert     "   ,  Ewiug,  Dominic  Feroglia,   Marie  Gill, Julia Home, Douglas  Homo,          (   .  Ethel   limes,   Roy    Lane,    Ethel  Lane,    Florence   Livesley,  Helen  Mueller,   George   Smith, Patrick  Therrien.  i ,*s.  \ Ayl ��\'>"l' ������:  ��� ���-   ' ,- A   '  The Cranbrook Cooperative Stores ..���'..  Is Offering Very Attractive Prices On AH Their    y  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  m,   25.; per cent - -  discount will be given off every piece for the next month.  Here Is Your Chance.  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD,  Willie" by bis friends.  TlK-^sr"/. Q.  THK   MOYIB   LEADER  EABT'S  TEEEIBLE   ECZEMA  Haud.s Tied to Prevent Scratching  Five   Doctors   Tailed   to   Relieve.   But  Zam-Uuk Worked a Cure  Mr��  ('has. l,e\ere, ol "l-'rcscotr, Xoith  < Uaimo), On!., telK how'Z.im link  cured  ln>r bnh\   She m\s ��� '' My baby's hvii.il  md   i.m-   wi-   one   . oinpleH-    m.i-*>   nfj  sure-.     Tim-  it. hit,g .iiu!   nidation  uc-u .  ieariul, .ind tin*  lull.-  on/-'-, plight   wis  SO   Mil Kill-    tll.lt    .it     IIUl'    tlllll-    ��(���    fClJC'l  her   o.ir-   would    lit'   eiteu   "IT   by   the  uisease  ���'Wc lunl t�� keep lici li iinK lied foi  dav- tu |.recent her nibbing uid -cr.iteli  'iig tlii' -dies ' Doctor -itler doctor  treated hei m v.un. until v.f h.id had  five doctoi- They all agieed n was, ;i  fnghUiil 14-e oi ecein.i, but none of  them  did  .un   permanent good.  As ,l List ;e-oime we wimp advised  to try Z.iiu j.i.lv. Tlie iirst box did so  mueh" good thhl we tclt snro wc were  at last woiking m tlie right diicetiou.  Wvj perse\eied with the tieatment un  ill we h.id used  thirteen  boxes  AT his  fii-t   wedding engagement  ai  olhciating cloigvni.iii,'the noivnm  \muig iiunixtoi .i-Ued: ,'" 1- it   I. is  t-.ni.ii-.   to  c ti-s the  budef"  T .1 bauquet ui iVcw York, Canon  Henson, describing the old dress  of English bishops, sjid: "Tho  Bishop ot K.iih .uid Wells had been  M-dling Scarborough On the way to  the tiain he lost In- reckoning and stop  ped a boy. ' 1 say. m.v lad, how fai it- it  to the station?' he asked. 'About ;i  mile straight ahead,' said the boy.  Then, stanrg at the bishop's Iciiee  brecche-.  and  silk   steel ing-.,  he  added,  tbe olid ot  thaT time  I  am glad to sa>  Z.iin link     had     efTi_(tod     a >   complete"  cure " '  yd-,    Hidiiie-,    of    "!0    (iiuse    Stieot,  Hamilton,  is  qint^  as  eloquent   in   her  praise.0      She   s.iys:���'*/5:imHiik   cuiod  hit boy of boils a:'.l eniptioiis when he  r was  so  bid   tbat  he   had   been   unable  to mi\ with oIIipi (hlldren     Zam-1-iil. is  :    a   wonderful   piop.n Wniu.   and   mothers  throughout the land -lionl.t always .hoop  r it  hand .    '  J'oi ei/om,., ei upturns, iashes, h-Ttei,  . iteli, ringworm, and siiniliir-i-dun dis-  eiw---, Z.'ini H-.iK ii without ei|i.|!il. |t  also fine's cuts, bni'iis. scalds, pile.l, nb  -, t-jses. (<liiiiiiie sores, blow) pot-,oiulig,  elc ' A!1, dnigg>*ds -'iwl stoic- at fill  cents a li'iiN, or post free toi priji-e Jiotn  Zam bulf llo.. Toronto Kef use uiiit.i  t ions. .. '      ���'     ��-  I answered  the  Question   at  !l1    othoi     '"Slot,  a  moment  WHEN some celebrated pictures of;  Adam and Kye were seen on exhibition, Mr. McNab was taken  to see them. "I tbink no great things  of the painter," said the gardener;  "���why, man! Tempting Adam wi' a  pippin of a \nrie.y tbat wasna known  until about twenty years ago!"  *     **    * ���  JAJ1I-&    AlJiEKHV.   'thp   dramatist,  was   descending   the   .steps   of   his  ���   iliib,   when   a    stranger   addiessed  liim thus-     -.'1 be^ ���> our'pardon, but  is  Ih-^ie a gentleman in this club with one  eve  ot   Ihe  namo  <if X -"  ' What '  biU**"'  up  Someln)d\    -��ipe   your  H  op  name of his other eye?"  Albory  once by   an-  What 's the  Q  ARRY CARR, of ']_io_idway, New  York, recently made a trip to  Henn, and owing to a sudden tuiu  of circumstances lingeied there until he  was hungry. At length Mr. Oarr, having detached a dollar irom a protesting  friend, entered a Keno- restaurant.  "Sage hen," said the waiter, not as  one oilcring a query, but as a person  stating a fact. "What's -mge ben J"  apked Mr.'Carr. - The waiter said it was  a bird, nativo to tho desert country.  "Has it got wings?" asked Mr. Carr.  The \yaiter said it had. -"Then," said  Mr. Carr, decisively, "I don't want no  sage hen L won't eaf nothin' that has  wings���and yet stays in Nevada."    <  WHAT  >.'������,  ''   t-  W>V  It  W95.<   '  . '  l  TO, DO  WITH  ABDUL'S   100  ,   WIVES  WllCV  the   deposed" Sultan   Abdul  ��� Manud  wen!  into loicod letirc-  meiit 'at' S.iidiiKM   with  twelve  'yrtves  and   ifieniiuo   of  servants  only  '      a   ver^1. smlill pn'r of. his' estabhshiiicnt  , nenlniritli him.'. The govei nineiit vuguc-  ' ly  /(.cognized the icsuliie ab a liability  jor which piovnion niust bo initde. That  ���bligation  ha-  now  beeb  startiugly 'i��  e��_llC'd  by a   claim   pist   sent to  parlia-  '      merit loi ---12,0,000 ;or "wages due'"to  ' 746 pel sons.      �� ,'-   '  Tins, dciti'iud  ha-   irou=.*d Lhe jegisia  iors  io  ihe  necessity' 'Jor, action.     No  '    pailieulai  inquiry had e\cr been  made  as lo the extent of th" ev Sultan s cn-  touiagc    There had been an exodus of  vrumon,   supposedly    breaking    up   the  i'arcm, and  thc  household left  was at.  1 sumcd  to comprise  about   200 j.eihons,  '     none  of  them  expensive. , TIip   iinmbcr  i-rrho li,iv(P(Oine  1'orw.iid  for pay  is  .is  *   .Astonishing   as   thd   amount   til"   money  ',  they call lor.    It.ap'poars that these 71'ij  comprise sotue  -100  young  women,   the  ' last being men ��ia\es ai.il servants   The  1 '   list seems to be "authentic    _ l,  (.'ontronfed. i.ith  the neci'ssity of do-  ' iing* something,   parliament   hah   taUc-n  ���she mattoi up    ll has decided to ��.epai-  .���iic the women irom tlie others, -uid pen  "   sion'them at from .'J.40 to i>"en a yc.n^  according to ar bciieuie of, ijietedence to  be wor__ed o&t.    I'ensious will be iiaid  for U'n ye.us and then ei;.iV  The oilier-  ,   must begin',to \vok.out   loi   themselves  at once     No actioi/has -been taken  ou  ,   /.he 4,91:0,000 claim. (  .',  Thdj jloba'tes'^l^veloped  ;i   gn-'it   van  ' ct-r ot'.iic^s.   Many membeis c\presi.e(l  tbe ,opinion   lhat  these   -e.\eu   hundied  'j,   and   odd   people   should    Forthwith    be  1       turned   our-  to1   earn   then^owu   living  'I'he answer was, that self lespecting em  '  plovers   would'uol,  g_\t��  thi.  girls  auy--  tlung lo do.    ' '        '  It was suggested  by -tune that  they  ;    1 ought to be .named oil.    Otheis thought  liiat idea jfood. but no on- would undet  take to piowdo hii&bajids s  One'member made a sliong -peech nil  favor  ol   .shipping   the   40<.   back   to   Al-j  "bn.tii.1 ami A labia    wheie  Abdul  II imid |  ffot  them, his piefeieiue ha.ing always  been  to?   tne  beinties ot   tlie-e laiid-i  Tlnp   sclieniet bounded   piiusible,   and  wight li.uc pi'-\ ailed li.ul  not the icjiort  of  it   thai   w 1-   -ei't   out   instant 1\   pro  , voked vigoiou- protest fiom the nuthori  tni-s  of those  two  eounti ie-,, with  fetern  liOticc that the women \- ould ujit be per  :��itttjd tn-iettni)     ^ hen the women loft  fchair  native  places  Hum   did  -->  to  the I  great   tinaiieial   gam   ot   M,eii   tamilies,  And cen  the\   weie  unwilling to hive  them baek  Thc case is more ��-enou- than it m.ij  appear oflhand These inmates ot the  Tildiz Kiosk eslrauged thouibchc* fiom  *11 oilier contact wheu thev bcL-nne the  piopeity of 1hV Hultni Jle could pio  tect thom while 111 powei, but when he  iell they were left n'>t only defenceless  but their rticotd bain them fiom outside  association  Abdul TT.iund. could do Nothing now  ior them it be would ,in<l no doubt lie  tols that he has troubles enough ol lus  ��� v��u without isMiimug irjili'-ioual one-  on  iheii  aopeunt.  "1 liOliGIS COH AX, comedian , and  ���X jilajwiight. wa> praising, at ihif  ��� Lambs'yiub, the humorous \alue  of suggestions "ft is funnier to hug  gest a thing," he s-aid. ''than to say it  out. ]���].!> wnghts (Should Teniomber this  Suggestion, ' pregnant suggestion, is  what i-iakei Teally fuauy (he little boy's-  remark 01* bis father: 'J'a, it" you hcjlp  'rne -.Mlh 1115- arithmetic lesson ,tonight  I'll tell vou where m.-i.hid Tour -trous-  en.' ''". ''  ��� ' *    * ' * ,    ,  0>" the 'fiisl night of a new pwu',  11 pretty young actress advanced  to the fran! ot the stage Haunt.  Vug 111 :i'i ' eM-juitjitc' new cosliime.  '"J'h'it iiiusL lme cost thioe tho'iisan-l  frailcs!1' J.j.\d. audiblv, a lady' who -.at  with lici husband in llie' front row,  " ,Vo, uo���only twenty five liuudu'd, "  he'said, nieciianically. Then he found  her c-M's fixed on him. and was silenl  ' '  '    *     ft '  1 I.MA'OIIIJ     \Tn,U,     C,,l).i;  0^,K,of the 1  Rmbassy  nt laches of the American  at London, tells a story  wheiein Michael Joseph Bairy.  the poet, who was .appointed a p'olice  magistrate in Dublin, was,the principal  figure- 1 '  There -was brought before him an  Iriijh-Aniericiin charged with suspicion?  conduct. Tbe officer,pinking tho arrest  stated, among other things, that the  culprit   was   wearing   a   "J^opublican  hilt."      tr  "Does your honor know what that  moausf" was the enquiry put to t)ie  con it'by the accused's lawyer.  "It may be," sttggesled Barry, "that  it means a hat without a crown." .        ��  FAMOUS jYoiUi Carolina elerg.-y-  lii.-in, while preaching from, the  tiwrt, "lie giveth his beloved  sleep.'" slopped 111 the middle of h.s di_>-  cour.so��and gazed upon Ins slumbering  I'rtngrognftmi, and said- ' -''Tirotlircn,  u is hard to realise tlio-tinbounded love  which the Loid appears to have ffoi 'a  birge piojiOrtiofl oi  my auditory,"  M^L  T1  IIR enthusiastic,, angler was lelling  Mime friends about. 11 proposed  fishing trip to a lake in (Jolorado  which he'had 111 eoutenipliltiou., ,''Are  there -my trout out theie''" asked ono  iiiend "Tliotipauds of 'em," icplioJl  ihe angler "Will they bite easily?"  asked another triend. ��� "Will ihey?  Why. they "ie,absolutely ,\icious. A  niiiii lia$ to biue* belli ni a tree toibait a  hook ",.  KI'ICAT  _IA.    us(>(  the   woids   the   defendant  ''    connnancled ' counsel    for  the  ��011.an planitill in  ajtaso of  slander being tried   in 'tlie   FVst  Orim  mil Couit oi Newark ipcenth .s  'T'.l  uithei   ii'it,*''bashtull>  the   defendant^      ''They   were  woids to toll  to a  gentleman ';  "Whispei   them to the judge  iiiagnaiuiuouslyf suggested -counsp]-  the couit was obliged .to tap fm 0  lepheil  hardly  tlien."  -and  iiI't.  AT a player nice-ting  woods'   ot ', Rhode  Id in tile back-  Island testi-  . monies weae requested, aiid a-  v'"iy old woman tottered to her, teet, |  "V want tei tell this blessed com  pany," her voice quivered, "ihit^t  h.i\e rhciimaf 17. 111 ray back, and Theu"-  t;natiz in my shoulders, add rheuinatiz  in 111} leg&j'and ilieuinati/ in m,\ aruih,  but iiev bcu upheld and cum foi ted by  the beautilul Bible,fv'er.-e 'Grin and  bear  it.' " ',       ,   .'  '  T  II K l��d\ i"if lhe ,house W-aa a hand-  soine woman of,, a mature ordei  ol beauty,<aud when sl;c had completed hei toilet she ga/.ed fondlv at  her.-elf in the glass, and >einnrked to  hei new maid ' V'ou'd gi%e a good  deal ' to be, as good looking a- J am.  wouldn't soli, now'" "Ves'm almost  ���i- nnuli as you -would gne to be as  young as I am. " It is not believed that  this- epigrammatic voting woi-rin will be  i-hoseii  again   at   the  expiration   oi   her  v.u-) n buxom country lafes,  1 bci "tttther was an riipiight  ��� deacon in a' Coimcetictit' village.  Mttiy'jj plain of joiuing the^boys and  girls-in a iiufting paitj was frustrntod  l^y UnVjiiticvpeclcd amval of a number  of the, "brethren'' on theiri-wnj* to ,co��-  t'erene'e, aud Maiy had to stay at home  and 'g(vf dinner for her f-ithei 's clerical  guesth Her already rutHed temper, was  im leased "by tho levereud visitors tliem^  selves, who sat, about the stove iincMn-  the wa) One of tho good ministeis  noticed the wrathful impatience,1 and,  desiring to rebuke the sinful manifestations, said, sternly ' "Mary, what do  you think 'will'be yoiu occupation iu  liellf" "Pretty much tho sainejas'it  is on earth/' iho replied;  ministers.","   ,  * cooking, for  AX old lawyer'in P.lris liad instruct  ed a, vory young client pf his to  weep eveiy tin.e he struck .the  desk -with }iis hand Unfortunately the  barrister forgot himself and stiuck the  duslc at lhe wrong moment; thq client  feirt'i robbing, and crying . "W'hnl is  the matter with you?" asked the judge.  "Well, he told me to cry as often as  lie struck, the desk.'' Ucte wa$> a nice  predicament,,but the nstlife lawyer was  equal, tp the occasion, and fiddressihg  the -jury- he paid "Well, gentlemen,'  let rne ask you how you can leceii'cile  the idea of crime in -eon-junction with  such candoi 'aiifl .simplicity * -T await  join verdict with the mtjjst perfect confidence ," ' . 1  >,(T.   hi  \ endue  1    while   aniateui    aiti=ts  on  verv   delicate giouud  THE ANCIEKT INCUBAIOE,  F'',W of tho-e who wrestle wi��*i the  oliieken iiu ubator broblem, -ind  often fa.l to sol.�� il, leah/e how  obi an art they an* stivgglmg n> master  Thous.iiidh 01 \e.11- ij;o V,g\p:i.in. 111  one prut ot lhe wot Id ind the ( hiue-e  in niicithet had the nt of ,'iiuliitmg  eggs =(, highly de\ eloped lh-it it was in  h-reditiiM |iiuf I'ssioii, the se. re * ol  tbe ��ue. esstul pun ess being guirded]  wit U leligmiis sa.re.ln.-s~ aid h iiidi'd  down fro,11 ttth.-i to -on The odd I  stores    called    ' * iiiaiiini il-"    that     the I  piCsent tern  o  A I idy of Ke.v Yoik uty who  cJcvei with the brush not ^ long ago  painted a tapestry of Tannliausoi ind  Venus. --Well, mv, dear," -he snd to a  leinali- fuend, "how do \ou bke it'  Do you think f ha\c got Venus A'enusy  enough?" "Well. 1 don't know what  jou think, of course," was the icply;  "but il,. she were a.iy n>oie Veniisv'*  ���with   sei.'iity ���"> ou   louldn't   show  it."  *���    +     *  rpilH   late   .Inhu   ileneage   .Tesse,   the  JL   well  known  author,  h-id   in  ,imm  -ion. anioiiuting to a positive  'phobia, loi t.he British .leames lie  ha- been known to stand in ^t. .fames  htreet, on 11 drawing 100m day. at the  edge of the ,-iub and with the end ot  ,1 stick, which he dipped into the road  puddle, ll nib the I'lun-ieuk-te sto.kingo  of the pibsiiv tbinkies, who. is he well  km w due not 'no\e fiom thei, s'���-i  titiii-, acioiiipaiiv ing the -111 with much  opprobrious j-iiigu lire  A LONGDISTANCE MARRIAGE  <p w-   *  SOMI1/ years rago a,man of .Pretoria,  "in  the, Tians\aal; was married to  a young v.-orriaii of Amsterdam,, in  Ildlland1,   xhe   coiemony   Cormiug. what  the   Dutch, call .handschoeti.    or    glQvc  mairbigc.    Though a space ot six'th'ou-  sand  miles-separated  the bride in Ani-  atcrdijini   from "tbe   bridegroom   in' 1'ro-  toria, thoy wero just as effectually married accoidir:g to Dutch,law as if both  had   been  present, in  the same  church.  The  bridegroom  sent  to his  friend,  or.  best ^laiij in Amsterdam, a power of at-  tni'nev   fo  represent   him  as  bis   pro*cy  at the cciemony. and al  the sane time  forwarded lus glove, which, at the pio-  pei   moment  when  the  iwo  weie made  one, was held by both the bride and the  proxy     The w edding was dulj^. registered at Amsterdam and at Pretoria, where  the bridegroom filed an affidavit, setting  forth   all   the   circumstance0,   with^the  landdrost, or magistrate.  This long-distance form of mani.ige  is purely a Dutch institution, the custom  having originated in 'the old times of  Dutch-Ratavian lule.   '  driver  has  yet   been   able  to  take   bis  measure.    Another ieiii.irk.ible performance was tbat of tbe iejnvenat<*d fourteen year old  trolfer. Country  .lay,  who  won the 2.0S tiut. defeating a  fast field  in   straight    heats   111   - 0,s  und   JOlJJ,.  Count iy Jay is dert.uiih a phenomenon.  That'  Dudie   Arehdah*  has   hei   limit  wis demonstrated in tlie _' 10 trot     Tho  race was on  the three heats  plan, and  she landed the first and second 111 2.<Ui'_  and w.07.    In tbe third licit she was badly beaten by l-Silly liurkc, find bad to be  content with fourth position.    The heal  was in  2.00%,  and   fSenahlo  aud  Bisj  were second and tin id.   Though the i.i 2  tiot was won in straight  heats  bv the  bay   stallion,   Ganiei    in   -"''M,   2.08V.  and -_!.0B!4, tho field  was so  good that  the 41'Sult may be .diftVient at the next  meeting,    l'n the SO1, pu-e tho bay stallion, Shaughran, defeated ,1 jsfrong field  in 2.071/. n,^ 2.091/j, aftei Good Goods  had won'a first heat in the last time ofj  ii.OoVi. and Caflen 'i,iil/von the second  -in 2.07vt. ' 0  The famous Tavern '��� Steak" for 2.10  trottciii, horses to be dm en by ama-  fouis, was so rich tint it had to tics cut  in two and each section was worth  $3,000. Prank .loncs. the owner of  Dudie Archdnle and'who diovc m two  of hor winning $10,000 races, scored a  double tr'unrph as he won both section's  of 'the "stoakr." 'There wore twelve  staiters iu the fiisr section, and though  Mr, .Jpnes, who drove Henry 11.', lost  the third heal m slow tune, Ije won the  other three in thi- good tnne of 2.11,1,1.  2.10V_ aud 2.101/j, In the second divi  siou eight stalled, but .loan had-nu easy  tunc in straight beats 111 2.0!.'.', 2.10>'(,  aud,2,0$y, .with tbe Kngbsli hpr.se, Wil  ly, ti respectable second- '   ''       .  The Forest punje.iur w.0i> trotter's was  a rather utisatisfactoi,-v I'm*,?, ft was on  the three heats? plan, with nine fast ones'  it) line. JCss. 'H. Kay put in a cracking  first hoal iu X02y,A Tbfsutook quite 11  lot of speed,out, of the pnity.tiind Wultei  Hal won the nex-t (icat in 2,01, and then  Meiry Widow won the third 111 -i.OG^  a'nd the, lace ended. , rho hei.se that won  the fastest 'heal got tbird .money. ��� Tho  innro who won" the slowest got peiiond.  ,ln thc tlirco-ycar-oM sweep.srakos tliat  clever and s'wit't tilly, Kmily . Ellen^  which wpu, the lTor��eni.in Vuturity .it  TDotroit, won easily .11 straiglit heats,  puLtinjg in tho'.Vecood iu 2"10H>. This  daughter of Tpddflooms up as ono of the  big winners of the yea}.. -   ,-     -     .  T JSrot the least of the'achievements of  the Cleveland week was the vietoiy; oi.  The Harvester in thc 2.00 trot, which he  won in 2.0-1 Vi and 2,0.1 Vi. ioing thc fastest two heats ih a'race ever t,ro(tted by a  stallionj and incidentally equaling the  race record iiuade lu* Crcsceus at Brighton Beach in 1902," in tin. first beat of-  his race with'The fAfibot. Thir is illso  a now mark for a livp-yi'ar old trotting  stallion. Had thetc been anything to  drive him out he' would probiibly have  defeated all -Sjtpllion records, as be had  .s'ucli 'a big 1 civil of.tiononia'.Girl that ihe  w;.ts really not extended in the home  s>r 1 etch ' He will certainly be the champion 6lallion before the season'is..over.  . As Uhlan ga\o the meetiug its opening note of triumph, be literallysclosed  it iu a. blaze of glory by trotting a mile  to sulky in J.(>S%, accocrding to regulation uiles. He- tiiu.s became the real  champion of thei/trottnig ttjri", 'us uo  other trot ter without tbe aid of a. wind  shield ia front has ever'trotted faster  than 2*01. Lou Dillon, also pWn'ed by  \ri, Billings, has a wind^shie'-d 'Tocord  'of-l.."iS!,f>. Major Delmaf-has sa*record  of the class of 1,00">4, but Uhlan, stand?,  out as the firpt trotlar iii'a "1 ace undor  ualural conditions and witlr only a'pace  makqr at .tbe side 'to- .trot lielpw two  Iniuutes .Xov does',fbis ,'appear "to be  the-Inni I of thi__",vtf"puderfu_'_iorsc;v'-:6r His,  irilinei, Charles LTannoc, is tliirty-ippuiid?  over weight, and" ,there ,'.was Hjilito ' a  bree-/t�� blowing. ^J,f during the faeason  theie should "bo slicb'a happy combinii.  tion of cireiinihtancus as a perfect'tiack,  no wind and'TJhlan in perfect condition,  a still lower record-is a possibility.  The Cleveland meeting was a great  popular and sporting success, the utten  dance belting hll previous records. '  Wave.   -11.2   bushels;   and   Buda   Pestb,  iiO.,1 bushels: and the heaviest weighty  per measured bushel by the Rudy,. (5.1.:t  lbs.; Bulgarian, (���.' lbs,; Xiggei, 0.1 lbs.;  Noithwestei, 02.9 lbs.; Fanlieis' 1'iinnd.  02.S Jbs.; Kentucky Giant, fit) 6 ibs.^ and  Michigan  Amber. 02 ."> lbs '  l-'iora tests in 1 lie past three yea is the  bakery department of the college found  that tbe largest loaves of bread from  equal quantities of tlour were produced  by the following valieties:���Crimean  Bed. Banatkn, Tuscan Island, Buda  l'c .th, Scott, Yaroslaf, Kentucky Gianl,  Tasmania Red, Kudy, and .Egyptian  Ambei. These alt possess i'id gtam  and, with one exception, bcaidfld heads;  and with two pxceptiotis, white chaff.  Geneiallf >be cx-perimciits at the college rdiow That white wheats yield mote  giani per itcie, possess strongei straw,  weigh a little less per measured bushel,  are slightly sol ter,111 the gram, produce  a mora populai pastrv flour, and^furnibh  a somewhat wealed flour for bread pro  duction than f he red varieties.  During the past fluee years the highest, yields of all the winter wbpat experiments, both in yield of grain -pel  acre and of weight of grain pei measured bushel, have been 'obtained from'  some ot the new kinds 0paginated at tbo  college eithei by pure selection or "by  tho,.iid of erosssfflitilization. Some of  the most interesting hybrids havo been  obtained by dossing the Dawson's Golden Chattf with ' tho Tanmauia fRed, flie  Buda Pesfh. the TurVey Rod, the Bul-  gaiiaii/' aud fhe, 1'inporial'Ambar.  Twelve tests showed  nil  itveragc" increase in yield of grain per acre of U ���*>  Jiiisliels   from   large   ns   compare'd   wiih.  small  sped, of 7.S  bushels from  plumjt  a3 compared with shrunken Seed,,and 01"  .'n.ti 'bushels   from  sound'an  compared,  with broken si;ed.    Seed .which was nl  lowed to'become thoroughly ripened be-  fore'it wa?-cut "produced a great'or yield  o�� both grain and str,aw, ,and a'heavier  weight  ,ot'  grain   per "in^aHir(pi_   buslic]  than  tluittproduced frdm  ivheat which  was   cut'at   any   ono., of, four   earljcr  sliiges'oi'-mnturity. ' -.      "*    '   . .      .'  '  Winter   wheat-grow 11   on'elo'ver  yo'd  of excellent, milling quality. The Imperial Ambrr is .1 bearded, icd chaffed,  red grained wheat of fail t��( length of  straw jnd of good average quajity I'oi  bicad production. Thc Cinnean Bed is  a beasded. white - chafled, red grained  wheat, lathei weak in tlie sti,'iv> and  is one of the best kinds foi bread pio  duction of all the varieties which'have  been tested at the college.  Jn CG per cent, of the experiments  with wintoi rye 'distributed last autumn, thi- Mammoth White gave th?  best yipld. Tho Washington came second, boing slightly bett(>�� fh'an the  <^oiiiiiion vaiictj'.,- In ihe expeiiments in  Ontauo, Maininol 11'While beat rommofi  lye In an averafl;o of 5 bushels per :icre  in J907, 5.-1 bushels in 100S, and fi bushels iji 1909.    ' '  Jn the expeiiments with fcitiliy'eis applied in the autumn to wijitei' wheat the  a\erage yie!ds''of grain pel acre for six  >i��ars weie asj follows:���.Mixed fertilizer, 21.S) bushels; Xitiate of Soda, 2i.l  bushels; Munatf of Potash, 23.1 bushels;   and   Superphosphate,   22,0.     I^aud  ��e  Siv-cn 20 tons pei  ai-ie nf ,  gave an average y^M (l1  ,-  aeie,   iui   land   neither  manured gave 20 bushels  .*,'>!.Tl.?S1,hato Mi *"M>be,| ilf  of  320 lbs., und the M���na ,'  and iv Urate  of Soda  acre.    The mixod feiuiu,.,  one-tnird' ot   each   ot,  the  mentioned.   Tbe feml^is cost 1, ."--"  lo��r and live dollars j.e, ..V.e l.",*',  I"'r ,u-i(.    -j  h,  ���>* f'ota.t  Ute  ��ort.i  each  li?.)".,"01**11  01 her  1kr..  ' Away   With  Depression ''=.���,< ' ���  choIy.--The��e two ��Ce"^ fllB-  pauimenf of a disordered st,     '.   om*  torpid liver and mean  wVte. ,'i b an,i  all   whom   they  visit.-   ^ ', ^ to   1  speediest  way to comb.v  the,,   ,'!   *"?  rarmaiee's Vegetable  PilJ    '" ��� ) **.  ' I  restoie   tbe    healthful    a   ^   ^ ?"  stomach, and   bring' relief     rw u ����  jiroved their ur,efulneSs in thuliJ, i  cases and will eoi.tinue to *������*$<*  tbe.hiifrering who  ��.��   ������   -"  ol"' -1  use thom.  W<',onou(r^t|>  THE DOMINION SCHOOL 0E ACCOUNTANCY-AND FINANCE  Tho slronRM,. ACCOUNTANCY SCHOOL in Cinnda '  Our l��H*<ms ar<>. authentic, udjq date, tho m0Ht compUla on il���- martn." ., a .,  only ones suitable tar am  province m tin- llprrjmiou marvet, ��nrl tin  Why stuilj  coiirhPK whirli wer? o��ly written for o?ie nr����iiu-.>' '       "  We hart more snccoaitul Etudenta  at tho C../A. Examinations _,,  'finn .��.  total passes for Manltolia, All.erta and Sajikatchowau In any ana ur"yiou��P v ?.*," ^  Write for proBjiccnm und-full particularii      ' '    , Previoua yair       ^  P.O. Drawer 2929    ,D. A'. Pender, '0.'^ iJoiident *'     , Winnipeg i,a.,. .  FOR  THAT NEW HOUSE  MUCH  Ion  A  Egyptians used is in, uli  to remote 'ii.tiquit}, I  French T.'e\ olurion the  had uicab dor . Im l.< lis  Bo' ik m 1111 i'ip (��� 11.1*  , ���% etitcd  111   1777  iloi s .I ite b ii k  \en   he!ni.    tlu  I' ir's   ui.u Icet -  tb.llll s   In    tlu  �� III. ��\  1-     III  BLIND  man  in   K11001  si in  \ illagej  ( Jim* b:i  1 iv ei vine night, b  i\ ii.-'  I -sitine . 11  I blind.  i>  III   s  ,1 iv  (a  (J met  k  liom the  inging a pitchei  .1  uid cirrvirig a lighted J.intern  iu (*t n.g hurl    sin!       '-Vou'ie  all  'be si me to vmi   whether  (_iglil      <n"  w lni   use to von  \Vli..ij   ���  *   i*h 111 j  ',.1    inn-,1  dvs,  .1  . -I 114.  tor~ in ,.  ni v 1 ,  1 v 1 v    1.  h-i! it it   l  ii- on.;   '11  hi    I    I)    kclloj  1 I, i ij,-   .it   to.1,1  in    pl i. .    v\ Im-i 1  "uiii-j.    "in  111  -   al  11 11  111 111t-rli ' ' I    don '1    . ,11 n    the  ' ii'iLi;r..:_j.L ardt^L L" ���i,c tin- 10 id, re  I plied I lie blind inn.. ' bin to keep some  ' tool like von I mil! riiniitng i^nist n\c  ,   iil.l    Ine 1K11,i��    ni'    pit- hei  -- 'iT  ii". 1 x  iv  1  n.  f.  1  *h tl  lis  r,d I  liimie,  - 1 \. 1^  in Imij,  ���   1   l)Vs(.l,|  uid   vv it  1-  l'n-   1.     -     ,   111 'tl 11 k ..t 1 .11.1 man letwriii-il the vmingsti-i  lias i st nnl.tin ' him iniiiiig nt hei tilings, that he  wli.,1     -,o   . (,ju   -.iiird      Miss      l-'eTgus,>ii        in     igerl  [1IN, old 1 millv  ..ii    1   much  pr ict ice   was  .-I-I    medic il  pl-.^-ici in being nv.iv  ne.'dod    v it .itlon     his  entiusted  to  his son.  graduile      When   flu-  told  had  and  n - 11 'i  ssM'l,     1  llllll  '1' lu  ( 111 I w. ili'iv   piiiciif    nt   hei   (hioiin   indige-  um  ��� ul.  . r  Ai  p'ouo-int, ar- ,��j.t.ta  ii-    -n"-it ior re ductus: Vu-c i^n  \-   .s ;o ft normal cnm'.Ui-i,  lit-a.    g 'hclu even aft- r tLey  Iia-ce broVcn, fftoppu ^ the p Lir.  rjnictiy, orercomuiK the soro-  ncss, restorino; tho drculnttoa  in a reasonable lentth of time. ,  Also �� successful   ramc-rty   la  trcat,nf;Vn.rlco��ltlR��,}>Mliiftil  twclltntt, tootliRclin,   nc��-  rulglsi, rlwramiitliira.rhcum-  Rtlo or coaty tlnjionlta, ()Mj-  toiv��,   riinid, .brulnnn. liuxi*  biM;k,utlfr��f!ck. A good r��n- !  edy  to have In tbo honsio iii 1  ouio tha cliildren Ret a bad cut, (  bruice, (train, sore throat, or 1  some palDfol trouble where a 1  rood lbilrneat would bo a-iefol.  ��� ������ 1 All_.01lBrXE,JK.,reni,t.T��tia '  ' Um ��o��tortli��m,tibU qulcicly vlUiout amilnr ij,y!Z  ���srrroleiiM.   Prl->�� tLOJi ot, ��tuO,i ot. bocCiJ   Al ��S -  6.7. YOUHD. P. D. F., 210 Templt St, Sprinijfleld, Mtti  I.TKlKr, VM., B��lis.l, Caj.il.! J^.lt  JJ~ br.l.hvl b, B.ETJN   MOLE t, fftlSK (o, WI���*-..  *a�� BiTioKiL irnca * cmoiicii, ca, mXlit��� �� <_5_  ti.  Mv  [HOlIl' n  _'('st Kill  I    .'(���      "  bnv - nd 1 lie old doctoi. *' I 111  vou, but Mis= IVigusoii's null  is   whit   put    \ 011   thiougli   (ol  f\  ll 1  1,1 l)|( UfUJh incident o. 1 urre-1  \\ 'i n ('-irtir, the lion king, is he  wis e.illod was evliilutiiig with  row it Loudon \ ni.inigei with  - 1 ...ii ''nlei Ind ii.nl' nd broken 111  engagement, issued a writ against him.  The bailiffs came up trj the stage door  nnd asked for Carter. "Show the  goii'tlcnuui. lip,'' -f-'riid Dticrow: 'and-when  tb(?y reacheil the .stage there, sat. Carter  compo.s'.;dly. in the great cage, 'with an  enormous, lion 011 each side, of hiin.  * ���'1'liiM'..- '.s fMr. t'Air\ v.v, wailing for yon,  get1tlcuie.11," u.-dd 1)n-.',row; "go in' and  lake him; Carter, my boy. open the  door.7' Carter proceeded to obey, at  I lie h.-iiih; time eliciting by a private  signal a t're.ini-ndoiis roar from liis'companions. Tho liailifTs staggered back in  terror, rolled oyer each other as they  rushed down stairs, ��.nd nearly fainted  before they reached thu street.  Tn,  iluimpiO-i gelding Uhlan made  ie opening day of the Cleveland  meeting toievei memorable by  t-rotling to w'igon driven by hife owner,  O. I\ 0i Billiilgs in champion record  tune ol 2 01. and did it so cleverly flint  it caused really no great surprise when  later in the week he \v-on 1,1 l.."59y He  was aci oinp.inied by the usual runner at  the side It was an exceedinglv well  1 iled mile and stamps Mr. Billings as  the champion reinsiuan of the continent.  The first quarter was inJIO1') seconds,  the second in 20'i, the third in .'SOi/.  and the last in  '-W',.    fie thu? went to  the half in  part  of  the   louinev  with   a    breeze,   "i  would ha-io done tho  a    genniue    n it oral  seconds     In the l.iltr-i  he  had  to  contend  u    all    probability  mile 111 2 OO     lie is  Aineni in    ti otter  .veanng only .1 light pan nf quarter  boots  foi wild  l'hl 111 is si-v veus old, bv Biiigen,  2()i;i,. .lam I'.Ii-.m'.I. , bv Sir Wallei, .li .  2|si, A^ n t hrec v-nr old he showed  in J l."i. ,is 1 f onr v ear will he touk a  iCiord of JO, ,, ,n)d last \0.1r ho went  111 JO.'I'i. though in his famous race  with II iiulmig lielle he was .11 hei  shoulder when s|i.< (iiiiuln'd 111 the first  licit  in   2 1)1 ",  This wis not the only miiprise ut the  opening dav, as in the Z 10 trot Nancv  Him p, who his appealed to be invincible  in her class, was defeated bv Teasel 111  straight he;its. with Oro Hollini in the  second    plan' The    tune    was    fast,  2 IM. i',. ai\i\ rhe best that .S'aucy Rov.-e  ( ould do was to be third lu the 2 01  pa. e, allei \I 1 jor Mallow Ind won lhe  fust hen 111 -ae'/'/i he ( ould not (nine  b-iel    and  I.O-.S   K  won  in olowei  t-ine  Foi si,ih(. uudiscov orod tea son The  Mibe wis not tbe favonte at Iletioit  for the Cliambei of C'oinnieri c puise. Iml  thev 111 ide no Must-ike in the .".dwards  rit ike foi the J 1-1 paceis. and the  bi'ithir ol. Tin. Abbot brought thorn  through , in splendid. Style in straight  heats, cutting down bis record to 2.0-f.  While, -it is true that the finishes were  close, it. is always well to remumbor tbat;  thc horses behind have'always expended  .-ill their speed, and though a finish may  appear close it does not. always follow  that tbe winner is all in.. Gcers is a  grand masler-of tho fine art, of having  some reserve .speed at the finish, and no  Tnor Drnccbl WUl, Tell T����  Murine *Bye Remedy Relieved Sore lEyea,  Streng^nens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart,  Soothes Eye Pain, and Sells for 60c. Try  Murine ln Your Byes and In Baby's  Kyes for ScaJy  Eyelids  and Granulation.  FTCKING OUT BEST "KINDS OF'WIN-  I'EE WHEATS'  Results of Experiments by Agricultural  College  and Farmers���Tests  of"  Kye,  Barley,  Emmer and  Hairy 'Vetches  �������    v '  interesting and valuable m-  lormation is packed into the 10-  port just issued by C. A.'Zuv'ty,  piofcssor of field ,husbandly, Ontario  Agricultural College, Guclph, Ont , ,on  the Jesuits of experiments with awfuni'i  sown crops conducted at that college  and  throughout- Ontario  this yeir.  About 2(>"5 varieties of wintei wheat  have been groyvu at the college in thc  past 21 years. - All have been we I test  qrl for five years; the'poorer have been  diopped and the betlei kinds tested  furtliei. This year' 43 kinds, besides  so':ie selections and hybrids wetc under  experiment.  The "Dawson s Golden Chall" produces  a very still straw; of medium length,  beaidless heads with red chaff and white  grain, somewhat short but about tho  slandaid in weight per measured bushel.  The Imperial Amber produces a large  amount of straw which is somewhat  weak, .1 bearded head with led chaff,  and a icd grain of average qualitv. The  stiaw of the Tasmania J<cd, Geneva,  Kentucky Giant, Turkey red. Tuscan Is  land, and McPheisou is compai il ively  weak, but the grain is hard and weighs  well per measured bushel.  Thirty one varieties of winter wheat,  giow.i 111 1910, have been under expori  ment J01 at least live years In tho live  vears' test, the highest yield of gram  per acic of the named varieties have  been produced by the Dawson's Golden  Chair (17 fi bushels) and Ihiec other  varieties which icsombl? it closely and  which have yieldod as follows ��� Amen-  (.111 Wonder,'."51 bushels; American Kan  ner, oO.S bushels; and Abundance, 4S.I3  bushels. The highest yields produced  bv varieties of other typos in the five  gears' experiment arc as follows ���(Jn-  inean lied, 11 bushels; Prosperity, 13.f  bushels, Kentucky Giant, -12 0 bushols;  Gem-sec Reliable, 12.7 bushels, No fi  lid. '\2U bushels; Marly Genesee Giant,  ���42.1) bushels; Turkey Red. 42.3 bushels;  i.'gvpti.-in Amber, 42.2 bushels; and tt.111-  atka, 42 1 bushels The heaviest weights  of grim pei measured bushel in the five  .1 oars' test have lvlcn produced by lhe  'Xoitbvvester, (W 7 lbs; Gciiev 1, b'..l  lbs, Banatka. <'"' lbs; iiudv, (, I lbs,  Genesee Reliable, fil lbs ; Fgyplnn Am  bei. <>_��� <i lbs ; Kenlicky Oinnl, t)Z <) lb- ,  Crime 111 Red, (!2 s' lb�� ; Tnrkev l.ert.  02 7 lbs ,  and TrnpTial  Amber, 01i 7  lbs  Ol the loity tliToC named varieties of  winter vybeat'growi) in I.PIO, tho greatest yields, of grain! per acre were produced by the Grand Prize, 53.(1 bushels  Crimean". Ked, 53.�� bushels; .jBanatka,  53.4 I,nslie.ls; Notv ' Perfection, r>2.:i  bushels;   Xh.lrkow,| 52.1   bushels;   Knd.  yielded much beltci; than that- grown  on timrjthy sod. <rii the average pf eight  tests, land 0:1 which field poa�� wefe-xised  as a.green manure yiqldqd 6.5 bushels of  wheat^per acre more than land on .which  buckvyljjeat was usqi) as a, green manure.  Winter wheat has beeVtreatcd to prevent the,development of stinkin<j smut,  tn the average results for five years'^ untreated secd'<produced '4.2 per cent, of  smutted heads, while seed immersed for  twenty' minutes in a solution mado by  adding- one pint of, formalin -toy forty-  two gallons of water produced *a crop  practically free from smut    ' "        ��� ���-  * Seven years-' experiments s .show the  following yield per acrc^ and weight p$r  measured bushel"��� -Movumoth Whiter  (50.$ bushels, 57.5'lb?.'Washington, 5G.7  ,l.us_ich,r 57.7 lbs.; Thousand Fold, al  bushels, j>7.1 lus.; and 'Commoo, 53.7  bushels, and 56.7, Jhs. * In 1010, the Mammoth "NV'hitc. yiiilded 02.7.and fho Com'  mori 54.9 bushels per aere.,i During thc  past seven years, the Maiitmoth While  ,gavo the g/entest -yield per acre in'ench  of.six years, and in the other year occupied second place.     ,.    .      ,   ���  , -,  *JnJHryears one variety'-'giive an,average yi(?JJ of. 5G.1 bushels,-and pro'duced  grain, weighiug 4C.9 lbs. per -measured  hushe'J. Two varieties were -tested in  tho Vpast -four, years*'aiid the' "bettor  yield was'an average of 52.8,biishe]s per  aero by Tennessee. . Tn 17 years winter  barle.y haV oe^en killed out on three  occasions-.1 *��� , _. ^ '. X,, v  H This is a ttypo of spriig wheat, 'the  grain, of-which is usedjChiefly-fpr'^fecd-  ing purposes and is about,equal, to-bar-  ley^^or'those.pnrposes. <vJ_"our 'yearsJ.av-i  erago yield bf black winter emmer was  2,494. lt)s." per, .acre. * - - ,*',''  -"'Rowing- .iairy-.-vetch*es lin 'the aulniiin  fOT' producing ' seed "in' fthe following  year, nine years' average yield was 7.3  bushels of 'seed -per acre, Canadian  grown, as compared with imported,  seed has" produced, more than double  the yield of seed per,acre.  Jn the past year expeiiments with au  ttimn fcO��-n cinp,s were conducted by 4oS  farmers in, Ontario, and the, reports received lepresent 35 of t.he fountifs- of  Outaiio. The average yields tbey got  from winter wheal were as follows:-���  Variety  Sackett Planter Board  The Empire Brands of" Wall piaster  . MAA'trjcAQTURKD ONLY UT  The Manitoba Gypsum Go.; Limited  if-     -a   ,' <      !.���, ��� -  r    '.     > '-arrNrNTT-DWA    uiv     ..-��� ~*       ' ' '  WINNIPBO, UAX.  Is ,thc:iOrilyyQil You Need for  Gasolene and Kerosene Engines  '."'It- pro.vides perfect * lu-  >,bricatioh r uncler Iiigh  ; ..temperatures* _ without  v        1*1* ���u fs*       ,1 c*   *  "..appreciable carbon de-  Americau Wonder  Tasmania Red , .  rmperial Amber .  Crimean  Ked  Straw       �� Grain  'per aeie    per Mere  2 .>.  tons     }] 0  bush.  2 t ��.�� 3  2.4 ., - . .20 4 .,  2.3 j. .26.1 ' .,  Tho (American Wonder resembles very  closely the Paw-son's Golden Chafl", both  in appearanco of the growing .-rop and  111 the quality and cappearancc of the  gram. Tbo Tasmania Red is a bearded,  red chaffed, riid grained wheat. Thc  straw is somewhat wfak bul the giai'n is  posits,. OCT  'To have' thc childien sound and  healthy is the first <rcare of a mothei.  They cannot be healthy i/ trotibled with  -worms. Use Mother Graves' Worm  EitCTminator.  rings:or cylinders,  ahci/ is ^'equally  goond.:tor;_th.e\external.beaangs. \>:  .    .  ,   y'~,       '.?'"-       ,,    ���''     "^     *<   ' *  Capitol Cylinder Oil  *" .delivers^ more power, and* makes thc engine  run better and longer with less weir and 'Cir,  because 'its friction-rcduang properties arc  exactly fitted to the requirements of .-steam  traction engines and steam plants.  Mica.  Axle   Grease  makes the wheel as nearly fncttonless. as possible and reduces,the wear on axle and box.  It ends axle troubles, saves energy in tbe  horse, and when used on axles of traction  engines economizes fuel and power. >  Granite Harvester Oil  iniures better work from the new mjchinc  and lengthens the life of the old. Whcre-  cver bearings 'are loose or bo-ces "worn it  takes up the play and acts like a cushion.  Changes of weather do not affect ic.  If noc at votirs, write for descriptive cirrulan to (  Oil  ;Cbrr\parvy,    Limited"  .,..1 ,  s^���f tVc'l1^*b^/��"*!Tt!5Ss��*'" rA5*-' r  ^JrrA-sJ',frtr.    ������U'k^-1'"  Stcanv Tractioiv  Engines,   >  arid  Sle^m Plaxvfs  Traction Engines,  Wagons, Etc.  Reapers,   ,   \  Threshers,-  Plows, Harrows'  Ev-ery dealer ererywhen:.  The   Imperial  Sores Flee Before Tt.���There are  many who have - been jVilTlictnd with  sores and have driven 'them away with  Pr. Thomas' Ecleetric Oil, which acts  lihc magic. , All .similarly troubled  should lose no time in applying this  splendid remedv. as. there is nothing  like 't to be had: -tt is cheap, but, its  power is in no way expressed by its  low price.  -FYF  VOL. 1  WEEKLY EDITION  NO.  :o  SIR  WILFRID.   THE TARIFF AND  THE  BUCK-EYE  mo about  f notice  is we  all  SIK WlL.rum. The gentleman at the back uf the hall has ashed  thc tariff. 1 shall be very pleaded to answer the gentleman's query,  that my friend in the bach of the hall is smolcnig a cigar. That,  know, is an evidence of prosperity Such has been the marvelous progress of  this ('rent And glouous west, s.nce my government came into power, that, any  men mav, at will, smoke cigain, instead of the home grown pipe tobacco, the  fragrance of which lingers in my boyhood's memory.  The gentleman nt  the bach of the bull is even more than ordinarily blessed, '  for I pen-en e that the cigar he 113 smoking i.s a TJTCic EV'Ti".    ll  is one of those  e\-ti.iordina;y dispensations ol  I'rowdencc that you, my follow Canadians in this  gre-it 'ind glorious~T;omit i\, are euiibled  to en ]oy llie prn ilege of obtaining the  BUOK-I-'Y K at the ordinary price.    And if 1 needed proof of the discernment of  nn   able irieud at the b.uk of the hall, if J needed an illustration'of his ability  to pick out the salient po.nls of any subject under discussion, if I wero to ask  ior the ic.ison why he has become so prosperous, so independent, so far sighted,  so eleai ol msioii���. should point to I119 choice ol the BUCK RVR     Such keenness  ol   peicentiou, i-uieh  .idinn.ible  judgment,  wan.ml   me  in  the  expic-ssion  of  the  belief that  so long as my government   shall  bo 111  pownr, so long as  f shall bo  spared to direct, the destiny of. this glorious joung uabon, so long as tho sturdy  ���-,.   ���  .       pioneers of these vast western provinces display such splendid qualities of judg-.    ,  mont as are evinced by my friend in the back of the hall, t look forward to tho;  .  time' when   the   teeming   population   of   theso illimitable prairies   shall bo  as  ,   (1     prosperous, as. happy, as independent and as fortunate as my favored frieud in-'  1     the back of the hall���when, under the guidance' of "Providon'ce and the stimulation  of my  government,   every  inan,  woman,  and  child  throughout  those   vast     .  ^    regions will be in a position,, if tbey. so wish, to choose tlio 'BUCK-EYK for their  after-dinner cigar. -  P.S.���Not only Sir Wilfrid, but every visitor to the West cannot  but notice the remarkable popularity of the BUCK-EYE,  the best ten-cent (cigar on sale to-day. THE   MOYTK   LEADER  DAME FASHIONS  DECREES  - ...red Torture-. Until "Fruit-a-tlws;  '"' Took    Away    Th<s  vay  'alii.  ,r ,lt.a-tives,"   tht*   famous   fruit  uiii'   J--   the   Rre.ite.st   and   most  ',(".,.���. ie remedy ovei' dlscoveied loi  r i,iiiiiiiiu"' ' ' r.  ,-rull.a-ilyi s,"   by   Ita   marvellous  ,,���  .11   the   bowels. .kidneys   and  *, ;   nrt-unw   tin,-   accumulation   of  ,"r'.'uici. which causes Uliciimatlsir.  u'j,!Kieii\ keep?*tlid blood pure and  *Vrs 'Walter Hooper, of Tlillvleiv.  'mis. "I sutlorcd fiom seiere  I'l.uiiinf.'in- lo-' *'������- "'"���- ot m">' r*S1*t  JJrt_i*. I 'oJl'i "' <i0 "'*>' work. Noth-  *7i���lii'(i nn; until I took yFmit-a.-  T^s -nd thin medicine cured me."  if \ftii ar�� snbjeri to,.Rheumatism,  i.i'u.ii until a severe attack comi'a  t.', (ore tijlm? "l-'ruit-ci-tlvf s "  '*\i tlif 'fruit tablets now and thus  ' mc attacks.' - ,      '       .,  ,,'i-(jves" Is so|d by all do'nlorr  l,iv, G for $11,50, or trial bo-ic,  i un be obtained from Krult-a.  li.  lr.it  | j. 5i  o  T"1;,",?"��.."'  ������"'���''���"���"K "J  |-ukI..i���I e(.iiM,au-nt upon the  '.'.'';,1!.!!..0.   ,VlI'r. 1-,l��'��."l.>'J-.   Hi*   .��=u'!'ed   ..   widespread  and   bbu 1,   an |   white  that j  ���slf i tigers Mining London  will  iii'liif-n....  m   l.^or  bit tell  for sovyial  ���k  in conoc  .in outbmsl of most  to be proved, and  -.0  f.f-ciiiatingh  I  1. I)  .icd, Ouawu..  TBE nrromftni'^e thafc for  the  fl  t'lin,'   in   Jt,?' forty-eight y��ars  I      ,iiiwac ' Ilu'r-Nationifl    J'Mm  'A NOTABLE  WOMAN EDUCATOR  thafc for the  flrnt  ars of  Juea-  1'iociJ A-*'"'"*' ���-'���* '"','1 ,10t 0R,J' '"'act*  I if. . i.m.i-i for,its president, but olocU  li. i iriwiil'-iit over, tho orgaoi7afiori  I titiiti1 ��"'i has no beiiring ill itwslf upon  l**,riii.,,s'jfl'r'SC question, .but-means  |*._w' nwi'-Mr-s. Kiln Fjligg Ydung is  I,. .,ij, fc,i by'her* professional contem-  L.^lt. ;o bn she person best quufilied  r/jp-sdn'dltj mid expommcc for tho  |��j'itl<-n. '-Ww ' Young becaihe almost  I'nilionni ligiir.; whoa Bho!>wa�� appoint-  (jiUKTiHtai'don- $$. sphoolb* in Chicago  Mj�� ,i i<.ir ago, but she bad had 'a local  htm.t.il'w.,1''* ^i teacher hi tho public  ^.cnl-., princip.'vl   of-.the  formal ,0ol-  ol ,bla  ,   ..      , ,.       ,   ,     , , .     '"(inlli-.       --mi niters   visiting  fell obliged  .o'wwir black  bocm-i- ���tl.o,w,v. thev   wer,> dls-  agreeably (-onspu-doiis     One Americ-t  wo.n.w,  who, nrit pro  vided with   i blaik  gown, went   to the  pl.n  .ittirell m  ).��-hl  blue, soon hecame so paint ully    coiisiimji,   th.it   -die   was   the  only woiuiir, m tin- eiitne house wearing .i i..h,r that  she left  before the play  was ovei      It   Im-, l1(.,.u  <-.ud  lh.it  quence i,\  th,. ejitoi'ced wearing ot  |,|,i, i  vivid color;, will  iollow, but tbat  lem.ii  the  drcssniakeis  are  busy  turning  ont   thc  Smartest,  of   all  Ol.ick and bl.irk and white gow'is- that  becoming tJn-v aie /ert.im to be copied.  Never were there ho many bl.uk satiii gowns worn, .the  coat and sluit costumes especMJIy���.,���,| ,t ,��� ,,miarkable'how  many dtflVrent kinds of black s.itn, then* .,r.-. ,"?ome have  a bright lnqyli, otheis a dull: then syme mt the gowns'are  braided or embroidered, while others, and ,the��e. the ni.nority,  are absolutely plain Alt arc m.idu with shrut sk.rU .ind tlie  coats are cither Hhon or-medium length, the long coat of  Ia��t autumn and wintei having p.ls,ed ml,, obliijon. ACx  tremcly siant, both, skirt ,tnd coal, iU.d with close fitting  sleeves of !t length .th.it reaches mi.hy,,-.- b.tneen elbow and  wnvt, these co.(th ire vei_\ smait if well ui.ble and oi good  material.'the insbiou vlot being adapt, d t��� viv limit vd in  come, tor Jo be sal i-sfaetory,,i]:ey mu-4 bl* of a gm���l qualitv  or satin and nK> be well t>u^ As It-is \,rr, n .tfua.Jv- slute.'I,  thc;rc is a Htnmg i-iloit being ,���ade to biin/ia tl,,' old"f-isljiiwi'  er. buft, lusind^s mIKs iii,j,i),ice oi'bl's. U m|ih, bin the formci  j wintei   it   will    ha.c    bcnimo    not    only   possible    (mj    even,  jt tr.n live   . I  j        The (oloi  In.iT  i^ inlioduced into thc bl^cU gow.n', i-, most  cleverly dfilt  with     Jt is  ncvu   to  be  uotii e-t  in  tiie toa< I  . or sK'nr, but on the waist, when pn bands or lobl��/or waist-  i oat.  itr Js   moit   ii.'i o.-iiiuglv   jiliie.I Or.q  nt   thc   Kiu.irli���i i  street suits lor .-.irly ,tntu:iiu   .in.I   winter  is  <>\   black  light  weight i loth; fiii^ -kjrt, shoil  .uid uarroM. is fir.'shcd  v.\t\\ a,  broad baud  of bl.u V satin  beaded  with  black  braid  iu  two  width--,  ni,ti   vety' nmruvi   uid   oil.*  quite   wid.       Tlu-  jii-ktj   j  hip lengili. his a No a b,iii(l of satin beaded with the briiiiuig, j  ami   then   aie  bro.nl,black   *.,(tin   rev.'rs       Tho   ^o�� n   i',   no1 '  *���() soluble a�� it  would b<> nithuut the *Utin, bill, i, me the le-,^, I  is all bl.u I' and would be perhaps dull looking wcie it  not foi  the  most   fascinating little  fitted   naKtcoat   ot   bright    blue I  moire     This  is separate from  the  (oat,  whi'h  i m   \>t   worn! ,  wnhmit il   if so  de--ro(l,  ls-iitted  as carefully ,is the waist, j  is  open   |ii-r   l   little    it   thu   tlnoal,   is  fastened   with   fancy;'  bultoii.s, arid  it ci'ituiulv in.i'vcs the gown a'huiidiedfold fiore I  elaborate  in  etl.-rt,     (>'rise  and a   bright grcco  .xnid  an, odd j  -shade ol   jellow ar-  allr,,ias.unliable  if  color  be desired, and  if a wi.in.iii wishes to dies-, aftogclher in  Ida. ^   itri> a  lelief  to know theie is some w.ij  in whiyh a too tirc-Miu,' nionfcroin  (an   be a wj'ded k , '  Xot an absolni, Iv eew 1.'sh.on is the b'liid n'" situ' uroitii'I  the- bottom oi tbe shut, but it is at lhe nn.iviit ,i pouul It  style loi the morr; "lubor.ne street costumes, and i* s-,.;, i.n  thp all satin skirls is well' js on the ��*loO'' 'i"1 "Iv ihe  plain btiiiils ^nto which js gathered the fu!iic-s oi tin* si.nt,  but the sti'light -kfrt vvilh no Iiilne.ss is also fiiu-hi-.il in'  this  way.    When  rou;b.ried  with cloth   it  if,  c("-l��i!.Jy   nly��t  N(  effective, and  the  litest  information  vtnichi.itY  tl!.-  sar'ie   fashion  -^ i ti ii.  while satiu  will  Juki  be  carried  velvet  will  ii> not  Hourly so hccmiiiri* a iiiatvii  the attempt will  succee,.!, '  il ��i,.| it  is th.ubtf'ul  if  iy sn-i jiroiciaor itt_tbs Unive/sity of  (Jifiro for more than a. quarter of, a  ,Mjon   i-A.iig devoted"-^orty eight of  Ur MXtv lour yarJ^vvith ,tluj brnjf .ax-  OTtion.di hor niarrictl life, to thc caustt,  V ubitatiou.     Tho *'school   jiopulation  gi ttiiWRc i?  only, Vrond  to;that ,of  >c* VorK   in   Uii�� Vomilry,   and   AJr_.  T-.tij  wft1'   appoiatfed  '8uporintond(}iit  I ��itr Jive jiifwrulinB  candidates 'in   the'  to ulio li��d been jxamined1 iu alphas  ^ical .iril<jr. she, coi/iihg last.   Thc com-.  s>iirc of thi* board bt  .ducatina that  stj'On1 appoiutmeht^jistpucd to-h'er  Isrhnlt an hoi'r, wlmn her election was  I itaimo'ii. aiid   without   debate.'    Mrs.  [f^iir vfts horn in Bii_Tal6 in January,  Uli5, bat l*��- taken ^.y'lle^ parfnls to  [O'Hp. when'a  mere*" cjiild. uShe  was  IjiTl-d t<>   William' 'Jfmmg  when   ab*  Iui j��fnlv two.ye.trs of ag?.    He died  |w ati(.rw.,ird   of- consumption;"* and.  JjH.Dg r"*'ch_,ldreii. tccare. f<jr,  Mrs'  f Ji-se'plunged' into thejwork that' his  I Sue "if f ii"Ous��.   ��->(* Is editor of tho  ! Mwriwiil Hi-Mxinthly, and,a member  sf 'At (tucago  Wotnftii '^ Club and thc  "BYMjifoj ��!lub, as-, well ^as- of the' KHa  I .flap; Yoj-g Club,km.'ida'up ot women  |.jrjnfi,-vsl��in ihe Chicago1 public, schools.  till:��un i^il after .hor. 0Sho,has 'w'rit-  -CB <c.cnl 1.ook^,ou,educational "topics,  I ui t>; been a fjcquelit^ contributor to  i_�� (fcfthonal, jtfsrnuls.'   ���    s   -.-      *-\  <-    ���  ;,. .   -  Ibbrtd By Murine Kye lUanoAy. Try  IKiiIih For Tour Br* TToaM��a. <Tmi  IWUI LUt. Uurln*. It floatlMS. . COo Al  I I��r DniteUte. WrlU Fo�� Hty�� Books.  Km. Marino Ey���, Bemody Co., Tomt*.  Dr.Martel's Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARSJHE STANDARD  i (T��rl��l and rtvomnu-mled^tor ��om(-n'�� m  *kj, . ��. (iimciiiiy proparrd rcmcl> of prov��n  *'(.t Tit n-iuh 'roirt their use Is qutcic ����d  |n��'��it l'or ��|e ��t nil rtruc stores    ���  0}  tt-.  the wi'ytei  instead of  -jtnait.  The fashions  of  the  ummoni   an; .so  pvtr i''din iiuv com  ple-v  that u  i, /n(,-,jt dilTici.lt/iu 'inv wav* to di-'tjl.gi.ish w'rit  is   -itlracive  ficiin, s||,.||  ��� '!Mll^ '0t   'cuittr,i I < l��>u, and   con  setvative taste 1ms hard  work  In hold  its ov. >i    b.|t hire bmi  lln're are in be -. ei- i^./.lels vylni h display an' -omvi Inn" i>i,t  mi.rrfd Kv  the ti/tiodiu tion ot t-n glarni^'coiirrisrs i-nher in  lililtciial   or   ciibir,   'uu{   when   black   in   ciios"!/   ''-lit-   ih  lyss  l<l, n gw  of  one's i i-te being Jed avvav   jtitp -*: u'g- jipUU of  (color i\mi i-fleCt.    Votinng scrioiei, luifi'smaiter cm be found  I than the acenrdtou plaited and 'tucked   voilo   de*  soio   gown  I triinmeit with blax-ic ' Um and e. ru lace, the -!tirt���M,ori'-, but  , J tot   cvi'ggei.nedlv   short,  iind   ihe   waist,  tight   lifting, <,the  pl'yts   tri-l'i  'd(.wn   bv    the   bioad   bjuldi 'ot      'Aii  j.vt-r   the  sbo-iildc"-. . ros^/itg l,,i,.k  and  irorit.     A ri  esp, i i<illy  liecoujing  Style ha,, tie bi.ud bands r-roj,sed at "the >/ae-    md failing to  the lu>m nf the siciit, ii/iii.ing-in fact the b;_-"h 'of she gown,  j the front being iiiiisl��d with   a wide bifad of the satin. The  gown  is  ilH*.insf,;l lionet P,U),   t.'ir its-  mtaked   ^Imjilu ity  ,'md  beaiify of lln��,    '| llt? il, ,�� VieiV ukkU'I lhanuts'''mijs'jl pbjiiilAr     ,'  I'fahor.ue bpdiV's arc almost  ���<ll^Jnia<lc   at   present 'with  sleeves which ii'jis|i either ��(i^l abuM> oi ,i��st bf-lyw thu elbow"  The majority ol  the new designs haye high collars, anel till  without OM-cption   have  the    Hat   shoulder   and'rhe   broad  draped gir^Hc.    They arc trimmed with'lafe, bands of satin  and   applirpif   .���mbintdeni .,  siirnctimes ���of   <pnte   ly/gti   and  riioivv  design.     rJh._v   ai'- m   il|c  sauio ^oklr  as  tht   (octuliifl  with v-vlrch the\.nre t6 be worn oi ia some SofWv harmonic  (ing t,h,i(le or ,\i bl ick, the hist when thciicosiiiii'i'/ia trimmed  with JiI.ilIv.    One   ot   the  fanhioas  'of  the'hour   is  to   hJive  almost or ijiiitc all the trui'micg of the bio'i'i' no ihe .ioii'j- j  dalion bodice, thp "outer blouse    being  nfeieh   a ..trariRparent i  and pcffet-tly simple garment through 'vybich the under trim  nnng tf,hows.    Thc mo*t popular tnat.-riaJf^ lor t'he^e bodices  at present iiret voile d,- sou-, nusoir'de soic,_ tulle, jilain and  embrnidereij.  arm' uiMisuii)  de-igils  in   net.       ,     ,     '     '       .   l  -���   These0bodices  offer  an' opportunity   for  Using  ui9 small  bits otjine triiiniaiig v\li!i-h  is etfeitivei in  color ami-design  even   wiieirdt   is  'lot   ualiroly  fresh   or -wheu  the  lace,' far,  .instance, m-iy^hnve   bren  uieu'dei1.  "At. squiari's of lice and  bands ot trimming art; used u-uler thc transparent material,  is th-ii tor  o.l   in   \elvr-t   (  be (^treinely  WHITEST  ' t1  Does not coniam Almn  'O baking powder that contains alum is fit to put  in your home baked food, Alum, lessens the flow  of the gastric juices^ causing indigestion and irritation.  The heart and nervous system ,are also affected by  alum, and it is pronounced unfit for any food by all  food experts.  MAGIC insures pure food  for your household. MAGIC  makes delicious, healthful  bread, biscuits and pastry.  You have the assurance that  your tjaking is sweet and  wholesome  when it is used  MAGIC ia-  a medium'  priced baking  -powder and  the'only well-known1 one  made in Canada -that doe*  NOT contain alum.,  Full Pound Cans, 25c*  .......   . .   l__isistupo_i>MAGI_2---Noth��  I .������**�������' ,    ;       ; mg u * just as ,gbpd.:\ .  '    ,        ''^'Wrdll^C^'Ltdr'T^t^bnt  Braggwvw Pfy"iv gy���>������'����t������*fc��*������������*M��rf.riwv��<^fc.��  \lx  'I^Me&M  rA'n  tn  Hollow ay's Coin Cure tabes (he'-eon,  out by tli? loots'. Tr> it,i��nd,pifAe.it.*  KOW SrAJYIPS ARE GUMMED >  i'KCULs  of   the. Bureau   of   En-  iriiig   and   Printing'   at   AVash  .i^tni> aver (ha't one of the most  I'Vur .iperntions connected with  thoj.  usnf ittiirc  (Hour  postage  stamps  is  ���,_(."ri>iiiiiirr tliercot  r.in Iii, sheets have been printed  '. lsissed under a roller, from  "��-> th(.\ receive a thin coating of  ?"* ..i'l then graduilly over coils'of  i fi ;.|e^ until they tie dried Much  "i'i- i^ mercised to get the layer um  .ttrr on ,n ery part of the surface.  pim   in   the   little   vats,   from  IV  ��!''l> i' .Irops i.) tho rollor. is maintain-  *. ii ir ,^,n te'iiperatu'rc and thick  ,'*5 f'-M^ ire frequently made of the  "will u.il humidity of the work-room.  Bit cvpii with the perfection ,of me  us-iicl ..{.sctness. some allovvnnce  tu* .iKi.,, ho made for the season  J 'if vi ir l'or summer sale a slight-  ..'���ardrr r.,,jn is used, because of the  1 fca��ionp(l by the sticking to-  "i stamps In winter precau-  ] ^Ciii sr the cracking of the gum-  i.ee tfiroudfli contraction is ne-  A third gr^de of- tho material  I'k.-r seisniis is known -is "inter  H.it,  lioi-H  (  WLUCKY DAYS AJNTD SIGNS  4   '-.!'!! I!   in   one -of   our 'leading  "*-���*   di lies remarks: "No ono known  whv Ihe number 1.1 ia counted un  Hurteen was the number who  *' t�� ih.it "Lust Supper," and  inter in  depicting the  scene  'i*-.   in   rising   hastily,   upset  io eit  salt together "was the  I'lul-hip.    To upset salt is un  '     the  old  saw     The   first  to  ' ible    where   thirteen    have  -nl   ilways to be the unhickv  will  die  the coming \ car, be  , h-lt   first.    Xot  to" pick up  Ui-ifi'.    I,M'1"'*}'"���because it denotes  Ia   '*''''"-- "I   so  on;   there   is  al  ib,',"'""  ,or 0''* t"*us-���"dye fire  '".;,"   .    "'"'"' rlM("*' "    Yo- a former  l" i yi',1  Pri-i,   '    '  '.,*,.     '"   "*��i''li''d   iiilluckv   da-v  ''.  I   i  . tte  -5-1  lu 1  !1' oh)  l1"^ ,11  cl]l  I'-'      .  Jwh   ...  1*1.1   ������  ft* ,.  -        ,       �� >  Whits  Satin   Gown Veiled with Black Mousselme  "     l      ," ^     _   -   ���  i . .  The three jiiece eiisniim* in black -s.Um is (.t-rtaiulv useful  and smart and wll be copied foi the wintei ii. satin finished  black cloth��� the late autumn moulds." n not too eccentric,  bc-htg taken as mOiU-N The tlixv piece suit is more apt to  be what it is i all^d, three piete, than what it was last season.1  when the skirt, .uid waist n> one weie selected, Now wai^-t  and skirt ar,> .ilwros-, jnvauabl> chosen, 1oi it has beeu proved that for a gown to be woniiWi.h a coil tneio is thc gicat-  est advantage in beii'g p.bit to wear ditTerent waists .Mos,t  fascinating .ire the waists of la. a and fancy net veiled m  black voile de soie, with the lower pait (,.1 the naist of satin  (.in soft folds o" Hit' I'hiu ot .1 high diaped bodice. Bands  of the satin, which van bo in color if so desire! under the  black voile, gu over the shoulders an 1 finish the sleeves..  There is a narrow lo.ind or pointed voke and collar of lace  made as ttanspnunt as possible, and this is not veiled with  the black So cleverly are thc tolds ot in itena! draped on  the waist that the eiTect is the same as though waist and  akjrt were all m oue, and the gown can be worn witnout the  coat. Care must do taken that the loi.Is are not too (hick,  for that is unbecoming to the hgu'c.  One or lhe newest models for a coat of sarin or cloth is.ot  hip length, with straight but hiilt fitting bail: and Crout.  Tlus'h-as a band of,braiding aud embionloiv iround the bottom of the coat and down"eithc-r M-lc nl tiont The fronts,  are caught together with fantv Noru.lin?nts U io quite new  and smart, but jnves a line that is not ilw-avs* becoming, and  consequent^ i> often niodiiiod by having the Irimmiiig onlv  down the front It, however.'it is possible, the embroidered  band around thc .pcl-et is invnriablv i-lioscn as the smartest  Theie is not so marked a change in the coats as the skirts  of the'street costumes The sti.ujhl efleet luck and fiom  is still tashion.vble, and it is only that there is more shaping,  in a curving at the side seams--thi* fashionable figure always  being extremely .slouder. but .it the same time more rounded  than angultr.  A  TRIBUTE,TO   FLORENCE,  4 ,    NIGHTINGALE      ;       '  "Tf>.'CH in honors, says-the. New-York  lJLA. AVorld, i'lorence Nightingale died  "leaving the 'woihl./ivhice na'd  paid .tribute to her as, it has to few  wo,meii., hei "debtor ' (The newspapeis  variously call hei ''the J^iclv;.in-Chief,','  "the .Larfv with- the Lamp.' -*tjie  Ladv-.'ot' th-> <_rim_a," in" rpt,j.oticj;lto  the'soi vice --he rendered ijieat" Urit-nu'  and the *-o'ld on the battli liold, oi  the Griineau VYa1!-., Longfellow wioto  of hor. ,, ,  ll-     " '���<  tin England's &iiuk!& thiough  thc  loijg  Hereafter   ofi.lmr  ipcqfch ^aud^ song' r/  I ,'Vhal light its ray�� snail cast    -  '-'   i'rbm portals of the pa^t.i ',���        f  A"1 lady  wilh "i   lamp  shall   stand   '  'Jn the great histoiy of tl?o '     "'   *  A'noble tvpe of good  J-Ieroip womanhood.  Und  Gown'of Wlute Lace and Black Satm  'I'll  - piper proved thirteen to  number, and the present  to   begin    things   on   a  Onlv the leading drc-sinal-cis now advoc.it.' an ettiemel.v  low (-11*1 and short corset, relying entirely upon the cut o.  her gowns and cp.its to give the required straight .Ind slender  appearance  demanded "~* ,,        _ _     ,  If is most inteiefting 'ind (pute m-irvellous to note h����w  this sleudei eiTect is obfuned when the wearer of the gown  ,s bv no means thin.   All soams aro straight ut effect, for all  line; arc perpendicular, but as vet it  Hires the sk.l   o!   a  clever dressmaker to carry out Iho ide i Lut in itself tho  fashion is not so involved, ami with i good, perfec. tilting  pattern it will be .iiu'te possible before w-uler sets in tor  evorv woman lo know how her winter miit  snail be maoe  Iil-ick velvet is to be o\tr<>melv  fashionable this winter.  and in consequence black  velveteen and corudroy will again  he  in  favor, hut  for tho present such in iten-ils 0-m  only bo  talked  about, while  doth  and  the  lighter  weights of serges  and camel's hair -ire chosen in piepintion  lor the tirst cool  d-ivs of aulumn     At  Iho moment, voile, clndon, foulard, lice  and all the light  cool  materials are far more popnlir     Ton  i-ird   while euiplmticallv o summer fabric   will tin-, season  be  worn l.itc in the liilumt). for the newest designs have a black  s'ltin  crotind  with  .mlv   t  small  pattern  of  white,   uid  tint  nnite f'U iiP'irt m tne design   so that lhe efTe.t is much moro  of a satm than i toula-l     One ol  tbe latest  i ish.ons ��� the,  use of ombronli'iv   u-sleul  ot   lace on  while muslin   t he open   ���  work liirht p.item   ind ..-> Iho p .Items that l..;.k_ lu.e Acne  t,an  lice  m design     This is ahvavs  veiled  or chifio"   I'ld is ncw-.-i   linn  lice   ind is al  Pice    ll.e  voke .ml   '"II ir   utivciled.  being (  all  tho  othei   trimming is  of embroidery,  rln soie and  chilTim. ���    -.  no num. tn lr;i;��� t.he desired elVect- of scantiness in silk or  material   the greatest,. care"is  taken  in' the cou-  kirt. ' -There-is a  fonmlation or', underskirt  ,r silk, which is fitted-as'tight as'possible  ,,;iclies  only a  short'distance   below the  wed a scant, straight-ilou'tice of the ma-  t'u'l.s tin.' straight, skirt- or tunic, finished  ���ii   ,   ,,-ia.-, l���.,���     li'th;- lines are too trying then the.tunic  with a wide 1��������'������ J'V' ��� UlG   ,fr0llt.. or"tIlo   back   and  the  Jf'" 'TL mon. film in tho way   of scant box pleats wide  flouncol.sm  .     .. ��������" who   is   not  apart.      1-he   most     '    '"    -r     .' is ,,,���,,,  t, ���   uMy w,.re  1(;mler  ,���.�����! s ��� . .,    <!..       i .ri,()n|.  iinTi. t.o  .it ,(li(,  sii)0  l0'.T  Vi'Tbi-i   "    c'    tl..    The  lower   P.."rt. of  the waist   is  with .the   b-i.l.  hit..itl"i [f(|u(||| ||||;  nRur(?j iioh uji ,uii] |]mvn_  lie (Ir.-iwi), tight- to give us .small  /detects uhi li vvoul-1 be appaieut with  I'lilirolv lo.i.'f'.iled Thus stnkriglv h  which aie i bit tarnished or r>therwi--(  vcrv   well  be  utlli.'.ed.  IK;  ,t     till'  .d-ouu"  quite  shield   arc  garnitures  peitect can  PLEASING THE SULTAN ,  \ID   l.I'll/ro.N   tells   the   following  tides  e\,iLlly   the  attitude  ot   ihe  Ion aid*- tho t-'reni h  One d ij   the Sultan asked a  1 ulv, the  K  "toiy.   whiih   illus  -lultan  ot   \Ioiocco  it the Tii-inos tli if  was in the  Ot  t hem   it  ��� lolluwiilg  \- ito or his dentist,  mom m the I'nhico.  length i itching the  I UK- di ilogue took  �� it li bl ick .. oilo i  so i (imbiued w it h I  if the lice, w lnle j  veiled   w.th   voile I  to   pi 1}    0111  .>he plavei1 si veral piot-Os, une  biiltan s luiev,  wlicieupon 111  pl.ice.  -   tsiiltan    '  That   piece  is veiy  nu-e    Whit   is  n   .'lUedf'  Ui'iitist    "It  is the ' Mat eh 'mi ''.nil/ *     II   vv.ib  wiitton lo  oomiiu'UH tatc    iho   Spain.uds   driving   Hi     I'i cm h    on I    of  Spain.  Sultan    '   Whit,  wcie   the  I'li-mli   in Spun?"  Ul'llt isl      '    ^1 lis.  yiiltin    "How many of thom"'"  Peutisi    " \bout   two hundred (iiousin.I  Suit in (in a  sinprisod time)    "And tie Spa  tin-in out '"  Doulist    '   Vos, eveiv   one ot  'hem  Then   wis  ,i   slight   ptuse  while  the  ^il'.in   \  h ird,   md Un'ti  S.ill in (quiotlv)'  " I'I'iv  it again "  -The lamp referred to-is the nur-Vs  lamj) with which she used to make her  uoeturual rounds of rhe bospi'ih> when  all w:is silent  She was born in L'loreuce, Iraly, May  li!, 1&20, of wealthy paienis who owned  in estate ln^.Uer^ys'hire    The Sow Yoik  Sun goes on  to saj ' *.    ,  "When   she   was   eighteen   she   wns  takeii   to   _,ou(_on   to   be   prcsentod   at  couit.    hhe  met   fcllixabeth   Fiv. 'he  ic  former,   who   had   done   much   for   the  betterment,   ol    conditions    in    lhiglish  prisons . It was Dy talking to, this wo  man   that   Miss   Nightingale   w is   6r=t  attracted to the idea of hospital work.  When she was taken the following year  to  the  Continent   foi   the   legulai   riHp  that    the. Nightingale    family    always  mn'de.   instead   of   devoting   herself   to  the doings of society she inquired  into  hospital    svstenis She    spent    nine1  }ears   visiting   the    Continental   cities  and  studying then   nursing Msttuhoods  Tu   1S.T1   she  enrolled  herselt   a-<  volun  tary    nnise    in    the    traiumg home    ..t  Ivuserweith   in'  Germany       Latei    she  studied in  tho, Palis hospital conducted,  hy the Sisters' ot  St.   Vincent de  Paul  but hei  hea'th broke down aud she re  turned  home  to  Lea  Hurst  "The L,Crimean \V.u st-nted and it  soon became known in Bngl.ind that  thc encmv wis nowise ueii so danger  ous to--'th" Biitish troops a-3 was the  condition of the camps and the hospitals  i1! which tli" sick wore put The per  cenlage of fatalities was unbelievably  high and the vvhoje situation, tailed for  piompt h nulling.  "The activities ot Miss Nightingale  had not passed unnotiied at home in  England, and Sir Sidney TTcibeit, at  the head of the War Dcp irtmeut, said  it was ., woman's task that had to bo  undertaken 'it the ("iimea It hap  poued that in IS'I nist at (tie '-iim1  time that Miss Nightingale wiote a letter to him asking thit shy might go  to tho "-e��!ie ot w ir tn I..-In ��nccoi tne  s-ck. Sir Sidney wrote a lottei whidi  r rosscd hers asking her to do this veiy  thing. A lew davs i it( r she left with  ! a p-nty ol thirtv i'oui noises tn tike up  the   woik  P.ef oie hei in iv il - iv s the Now Yoik  Evening Post the len.-is of Sir How ard  l.ussol). coriospondi'iit ut the London  Times, told -'how thousirds of British  sold 10*1 s   nut   onlv    in   the   unlit iiy  hos ,  ,-���    No   bottles ��� liquids ���mops ��� or hard  work.       "2   In 1"   shines,  .Instantly and g-ivcs a hard, brilliant, lasting, waterproof polish.'  , Contains  no  Turpentine,  Acids   or  other  Injurious   Ingredients.  <   i -     ' .< -   A ALL DEALERS, lOc ' 1  THE  F.  r. DAkLEY OO., LIMITED, Hamilton. Or,*., uid BMfT_.lo, K.Y.  The Scarlet Letter of  Quality,   the> Red   W  It stands for unequalled merit,  entire reliability and invariable  uniformity in  KITLES, SHOTGUNS  A.N&    AMMUNITION  of all kinds. It means that goods  so marked are of Winchester make and " Winchester make"  means the highest quality of guns and ammunition that can be  produced.    For your protection always look for the Red W.  Winchester Rifles, Shotpms, Shotgun Shells and Cartridges for We everywhere.  WINCHESTER  REPEATING ARMS CO.,     NEW HAVEN, CONN.  it   pioperlv  belonged,  nu  the  red taped-j serves; "In othei  tunes she would havo  been raisea to tho ranic  l saint.  ��� ids drove I  is  thinking  Tn order-  light, weight  structiou  of  lhe  of the softest.'siitin  to   tlie   tigure  iitid'-  knees;  on  thia is s.  toriitl- and over thin  draped,  the  folds guiii  ,  and <->>*">"^'"'i;llcaui;;;^���,  ,���-.  Hk��  tl.o   classicdrapcrie  waist.,-measure  of any waist and innk  ',0 'I-' '"ve rv ��� -lv os no "-id h at the waist line as at  the ^'f-W "��' !J(i, ',,his fashion may appear impossible  ������h0 lu',H"    '.'" ���'l,SC-    . ,men, bul'. alrctidy it is being so modified  for the majority" ot  and worked out that  it  i.s <]uite safe to predict thnt before  A!  A DOMINO TRICK ,  Slv   a'friond  to   think  of  a  dniiii'iii'i.   not   nocessiirily' a  Miil'li-.    Toll  liim  to intilt'iply tbo spots ou one half of  1 it, by'live.. Then ask. hiin to add seveu to the result, and  to (ioul.l." this result. He' should'thou add the spots on the  Otiier half of tlifj douuno to the total. ,  .'vuw; :isk your friond to'toll -you "what the nbove _t.rit.li-  in'ot-ioal  calculations coma to. . ;;'  Ku- tmitter ��� what" domino -your friond- chooses-���ol" course,  exeupting-tliivdouble .blank���you can tell 'what it is by simply  suht.ruetiiig fourtCoti   from thri'amouiit' your friend'tells you.  'Puis trick is, not easy ,'to���;'urplaiii. bul- vhe following  o.vumi'lo  'fill   help  . '      -,'���".  Sav your friend thinks'of tho ii-t. and selects iheliall"  u-ith six on'it. Then live sixes are thirty;, adding--seven, he  gets thirly-seveti;'��� double this is seventy four. He, adds in  the iithi-r. half of the dpmino---n- four---arid this nmkes the  total  Sevenly-cighl.  He  tells you  seventy-eight..  Vou   .subtract   fourteen   from   this  amount  and   siJity-four.  reinai-n'.s.    Voii'lhcn know that tlie domino ho thought of was  "the O-iX    X ' ''.'''������'������  tho  C.I1L  V ll 0  ie (iidei  gio itest   tw ird vv Im li tl  bestow   loi. ineritorio.is   public  \ud    the    i'.oslon    tlortlil  ot   Mont ���  - Sov eloign  sei  i.b  ,    , t-   i   i     i       /���     ��� stnpt      "King    IMu.ird    conteirod    on  pit.lls at Scutari   bul   it Kiilul.   lay fot   jM|^  N    ,,, ���, -,o ,he ()ld  weeks   pi.-ictu ally   without   medical   al  tendance, their woui.-ls undressed, without firopei  mnirishnii nt   and in quartois  1 so  filthy    'hit    i    pe-teotly well  person  riuist    become    ill    Irom    breathing   tho  disease laden    'in       Thev   toi-1    ot    thei  iwful de.it h rite   which was 12 jh i cent  j  it  Soul ui,   ind   "-  i'oi   (eut    at   lCnluIi  I'lghtv   per   cent   .it'   those   who-'   limbs  wore  amputated  died  "I   gangiono,  The  sick-list nihnnntod '.'  more  than   13.000.-  In   the   Turkish .barri'ieUs   on   tho.  Bo,s:  phorus   there   wore   two  Vniles   of   sickbeds  in  double  fil.1' along the  corridors.  Itats were'-, all'over  the  pl;ice.,:u.id  nui  over  the  helpless, patients.   Taistly,  the  correspoudc-its jdaood  the blame  where  military bureaucracy, that totally  tailed1  to    grasp   tho   situatio-i,   and   "tllowed  stores   ami   medical   supplies  to   be   in '  -hips  in  rhe haiboi   meiely hocause  nu THE  LAND ,OF   CHESTNUTS  Que ordered them to be l-uided .        rr-nrr, > -    i     t -,-,  ��� rfvITC nome ot chestnuts is in Trance,  "I-rem that time until she lett toi J_ where thev ate as common as  homo    one   and'  one halt    years    l.Uei. beans in Bostor.    On  -uch an e.\  I lorence .Nightingale s word was law, tensive scale aie thev cultivated in the  in so tai as it concerned hospital man French Kopublic that in one laetorv-  agement Sho cut red tvpc, icoig.ini/ed alone, at Lv oris, there are handled over  the hospitals, and in-ule them fit places tv/entvtue milium pounds eveiv vear  for the siek and wounded Her re The '-l.iirons ire. ol" couise. the chief  maikiblo e*,eeuti\e ability enabled hei luv:iirv, but aiiK-ntr the poorer classes tho  to bring order out of chaos and thus ie .smalle: ehostiiut's. oi cliat.iignes are  duco the death rate and save thoiisuuls f.aren  ot  ,MCS " The  chesti.uts  are  pooled  and  boiio.l  Her woik was as epoch.il, savs the and placed toi tluee davs in a vanilla  New Yoik Tribune, "as that ol l.i-ter syr,ip; then tnev aro dr lined coated  .uid Pasteur in Iheiapoutu-s- ir not thiuh with v nulla, uid urcpaied tor  only made possible but assured the sub    shipment.  se.itiont   ,i Inc. ciiKMits'of  military   mils It has moie than o-ice boon suggested  ing arid hygiene, from oui tfiiiiit.i-.y th'it the L'nifed Stiles shoulil go ox  Commission to the teats of the .I.ip.in"1 li'.-i-.elv into chostiit gu.wing i! be  I'-i- iu their h'ussi.ui i\ .11 ' Because of n.g hold tti'it, .is sug.u is -nai-h cheapo-  her work, s-n s the New Yoik >no edit lu r. than in I'lai.io, tin- cuuliod pro  i.-iallv, *-no cuih.od natuu- has sui I duet would soon ii'ideisei! th,. I'roia h  (mod ui. war without prrpunig fot the | art ic'i llowvei as uiuron tioos do  lire   ot   its  sick  ami   wounded With! not   yiPM   profitablv    till   they   .ire   ten  the nursing soissois that swui.g it hoi 'years old, tin ro I' no imraoiu"  bolt, remarks the I'hil i.lolplu i l're-s, j peot ot a redm tio'i 'u Iho priie  '  she cut  the rod  (ape which li.td boand | < andied  nuts  the   h uuls  of  .limy   siugeoiis  nmloi   m   i    dels '       In   1007   savs lhe  Huston  Twin  |      On the top of tne West London I'oliCtt  ( ourt   i   f'-iio  -'toof  girden"  Ins  been  o  pros-  ot   tho  eulliv itcd bv  tho  hou--okee]icr   Mr.  !5d-  vv.ird Swift      In spite ot  tl-0 absence of  j tho  sun  the  i .ot   girden   is   i  bli/o  of  ; co!or  A Simple and Cheap . Medicine.���A  simple,-cheap,'and olYective jliioilicitie is  something to be desirod. I.hero is uo  mediciiie so olVeetiv,' n, regulator,of the  digestiye sv.steni as Parinoleo 's' Vogo-  table Pills.v Tliov'.'ire simple., thoy lire  cheap, thoy' can 'be got auyvyhero.. and  their bcnoiici.'il action will prove their  rocominendutioii., Thoy are tho mediciiie. of the poor man and those who  wish to escape doctors' bills will do.,well  in giving them a trial.  if  w.v  I  .'���     V  rj  :yx>:  .III  If  1 ��� <K K:i'  y ^N  ''<t\lh  u  h y ;  i��: \  !('y  i r     '  1     V   JI  ,t    tl   I    JI  I   1   ,'   "S1  Ih,- '  1 ��� 1 ���  : !.* .  11  W  > ,t.  tm i  '. <AAi 1'.
rtlillE-BEADERi'.MOYIK, BRITISH COLUMBIA. '
■ dh^fTd.,"* mmnua^i
THE MOYIE LEADER.
.Published in the interest of the people
,       of M oyie and East ICoolenn3T.
, b\ j. SMy_cu. 4"jmj£-am.
A    i    i- '" . i,t„    ,'■  i' .,'  -ii'i .
lLv-ri:  or   suiiscmi'TiON
,One Year  . . ..   '.'  $?.QQ
\ FRIDAY, OCTOBEH
1910.
L I       I
P       I
The touofU "beefsteak of1 ihe
west has made mai;y a dentist
rich, .
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'These are the  davs when a
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fire in the"stove is   worth ;t.vo
i y       "-'--.-, i   *
in tlie bush. •   i       '
Strange   as 'it .may  seem,
■ - A' • ) y  • *'. ■'
.,tlie   toughest  place in .New
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..York is the tenderloin.
,    , If there* were  a  whale  for
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1 every   Icijah    in    tlie - world
there woijld be no 'meed foi; re-
1 >' .     I   , \t        ' ',' ,'. '-|'<      .   -c
i  sorting" to" the use of ,celluloid
"A    ,    *"',"-'     i  .    .    s.s> .   :. .
for corset stays.
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same trouble with their employees. A station agent,-for
instance/ , -will  take ' it upon
himself    to   snap   a person's
i *
head off when a civil question
is asked'hin3,, y^iereas if the
<p,erson-had asked the presi-;
dent 'of the road t the same'
(Cju£stiou,fcAt? woisld-Uave .received a courteous answer.
The. Biggest Cheese
'    . The outlook <is  <?ood .'for  a
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1 .Jjusy winter in Cresto.*. Mag-
i>       J      ,      i  . -y { °* ,.
.-islfcate Johnson's police court
Avill continue to grind out justice with uuceasf ;ig" vigor, the
.Dramatic Club ivill  be work-
i   * * '    v
Aug overtime, and .the checker
- to j .*"-. . *' ... -. ;• •.,-*. ,;
players of thec'town are aj-f-ang--
ing for,a tournament.       ■ ''Di
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One of the actcfrs.iu a spec-
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tacular pHy m a  theatre   at
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..Stratford',       Euglaii&,       was
1 kicked"into the orchesU*a..bv:a
.Jiorsc   on   the    stage      The-
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■ audience   decided   there  was
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"-   too much  horse', play  in ,the,
piece,  aud did not ask for auy
' return checks   as   they made
their exit.       s    ,
As  an   illustration  of lhe
v?fjective operation of, the. new
- ^ "^ -    j .'^
Provincial license law in quite
another ' direction, from   that
which primarilv obtains  pub-
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-lie attention, it is officially re-
" *       '   Jf 3    1      ^'  I   (**
ported , that   every ,hotel 'in
Ymir i.s now being remodelled
and improved in order, that its
.... i"
license  may not  b'e  brought
into jeopardy, in  consequence
of. the premises failing to come
u,p tQ the --standard ' demanded
iu the matter of - accommoda-
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tion. "It is coijserva__velyj.es..
timatcd that - throughout the
province no fewer!'than 'forty*
hotels are at preseut iii'isrocess
fit improvement m consequence of- the increased de-
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inaijds, upon -licenses  in  the.
' "■   -•" "'■ &.i~-   ' '.    Ai   '-     •    i (      ,('.
interests"of t}j,e general traveling public.
Ia JJIoyie the other day a discussion, came up as to the largest
cheese,ever made. Dick JMangin
wagered with several others
that 'it was made in Perth,
Qnt., some years ,. ago and
weighed 30 tons. The others contended thati't' ;was made in the
United Stat'ea. The question was
left to an eastern paperTto decide.
Dick was right so' far a3 the
country wa«s"concerned, but was a
trifle long on weight. The biggest cheese in the world was made
'in Canada and was1 in the Canadian exhibit; at the World's Fair
in Chicago iii'j_303. It weighed
eleven tons. » • "
Aids Nature
BUSINESS   LOCALS.
TOR KENT-^One of the best
cottages in'town at $12 a month
Apply to l7. j." Smyth.
j        r i        ->      . . i.
Mrs. L. Macdonald! North. Tav-]
istock street, is prepared to trim
and remodel hate, also fur. and
velvet toques.      '        s ,  ,    "
FOlt 'SALE OE !RE2ffT. .Three
room -liouse. ,    Partly   furnished.
Apply'to iMrs. Cook.,       ' ,    .
7>. '   ■ n r- •
> Miss L. M. Scott, trained,niirs"e
of Uathwell Hospital, .Winnipeg,
is ready for, engagements of any.
kind.'/  Maternity    a 'specialty.
Mo-yie.      "''-"'       " '»
•'.!.,       r, - -,   -
Singer    Sewing Machines   cost
very little more , than  cheap" rna;
cliines. j. Do the   best  work .and
"last aiife time,' — SoldL- on , small
monthly „ payments   by   Geo.'   13.
Ppw.ell", Cranbrook.   In' Moyie  on
10th of each month.
J   '   ''' CHJNIOOKERS   .   " '|
(ijljol.csmiiii-K(.yie«*.)- '
After investing $5,000 in a girl's
education, a-,man "feels peevish
when all she'talksabout ik beaus
and clothes.   '    *-       < " „, '
Tlie Srept «_cce«i ot Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak
lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on
the, wcogoition of the fundamental fruth that Golden
'Medlcel Discovery" supplies Nature with body-tmild-
'ing, tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nature
supplies the necessary strength to tbe stomach to digest
food, build up the body and thereby throw off lingering
obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" re-establishes tlie
digestive nnd nutritive organs in sound health, purifies
and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves—m
•bort .establishes sound vigorous health.,
' // roar dealer offers eometttinS "last as good,"
tt Is probably better FOR HIM—it pays better.
Bat you are thinking of the care not the profit, SQ
tit ere'a nothloU "last as Hood" tor you.    Say so.   /
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain .English; or. Me*.
Moyie Hotel
.   \  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop]
This hotel is new and well finishecl.
The tables 'are -supplied with the
best the market affords. ^ The . bar
is   fille'd   with   the  best 'brands  of
- liquors and cigars. ' , .   '
ly   ,
\,   a   Headquarters for'- , <   .
• Commercial and Mining Men
Moyie' --' - ■ r B.'-C.
-    .,      \    'STOP, AT'THE
COSMOPOLITAN
1. O. O. F.
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Wlldey Lodge No. it.
Meets Tuesday evenings  in the
Miners' Union ,hall.     Sojourning
Odd Fellows' cordially invited.
N. W. BunnETT,    ,,, F.'J. Smyth,.
,       ' Noble Grand. Secr'y.1
Hi.. J5iiB«*no 1,(1(1 no Mn.jS?
>'#aS$k\ K. Of P.';/
r greets1 every Thursday
evening    in   McGregor
5sSfc>^-«>t>y  hall at S o'clock.  '"Vis.
V' W V>f>?v«___-_Sf i. ( ■* , ^
,.        iting brethren welcome
i Aii.ert Gi'li/,     \   "E/A.-'ITirx.
ChancoHor Com.    '' K. •• R. .'&..'" Sa"
i-v-
... (
Goius" -   out—Straw    Jids,
-  ">    ' ' ! J
pumps, fussy socks, tenuis,
cold .lunches, suinnier girls,<
„hay   fever,    green   shutters,
..Ions? days, .hammocks,   money
i      °y   ';•!,.   ,.     >ii.   ",
(as usual).
Coming in—Ear ipu'ffs, rubbers,1 snowshoes, hockey,  tuj*-'
kev,    carnivals,    pneumonia,
:,i       <      p ■. '."". i
double windows, long  nights,
.( i* .        . ^ *
cold   feet,'  bills   (always).—
JMontreal Herald.
• Tho successful ^doctor never permits liis patients to die before
they have7 paid their bills.    '  A'
Tliree thingsTa man must select
for'1 himself"' without   reference
to th'eopiiiion of any other  per
son, a wife, a cigar'and a suit of
clothes. . ■'     *"  '       '
The Hobble Skirt
The hobblo skirt claimed a victim among thefashiouable crowd
at the Chantilly (Prance) races.
A horse which was being led
through the paddock suddenly
ran away and dashed through
the spectators. One lady was unable to run owing to the tightness of her "robe entravee," and
fell under the horse. She sustained a fractured skull.
lyiETAL   MARKET.
.    In the restaurants aud cafes
of New York an effort is being!
'■.''-.'■''
made    to    eliminate   French
words and  phrases  ou  menuj
cards.    T,hev declare that  all
Americans       cannot      speak
French, but that all of  them
•.   •     ' * ■   ■*'       ' '
dine, and tliat they .have  the
i      •     .. *.
right to order their  meals   iu
good old Anglo Saxon without any French words, expletives or explosives. Hereafter- "Consomme   Julienne"
*- • • ' * •
will   be  just   plain   vegetable
soup, and "potatoes au gra-
tin" will be the ordinary Okanogan spuds hashed iu cream
and baked.
New York—Bar silver, 51 cts.
Lead $4.50.
Lo/no.v—Lead, ^.^lJsBd
' (i.
Stock Quotations.
*       .'.      • -}
FunxisilKD  By  BEAI.EJt   EI.WELT..
Bid Asked
Aurorn 23
Cotisolirtntcd Smelters f, MO 75.00
Can. GoldfieldH >   ' 4. r>   '
North Slur 10
Society Girl 2,r>
At ihe Churches.
CATHOLIC CHURCH!'
First,'Fridays.- Morning prayer, communion at 0 a. m. Mass
and1 instruction at 8:30- a.' m.
Rosary, instruction and benediction of the'"blessed sacrament at
7;30 p. m'.r y '\"'JX i . e _ . ,*"„
,"Th"ird Sundays. Jf ass and ser-
mon 10 a: m.*    Sunday  school at
It ,       r'    * *
2:30 p. "m. Rosary,-* sermon arid
benediction ofhthe blessed. sacrament 7:30 p. nd.- - * "-
< -      , WHEN IN      - y _
;\;;, r, y granbroox
*E. H. SJIALl,, jVliin.-iirer.-       „    ,      ,*
Good rooms, good tn bine, and   bur ,
' and-first class sample rooms.
if-' J »
■ ;S!iamrock Creamery Butter v
'"■ Shamrock Leaf Lard -
,        '.-,*. -    . y - y
Shamrock Hams    L
-   .,- - -   -y,   A'-,   •   ,*
>    ■ „       " i "L and       •'-,.,    <A
Imperator Bacon A'"- ' ' -
■ - i -,     •    i-
.For sale by' all  firsts class,
grocers and',.-- . '«'    '■' *-*", Tj
Selkirk LodRu.    Xo. 55
'A. I'.   A;  A.. M.<     '
.Regular '■. meetings
.On^'tJie fl&t"<\Ved-'
nesilay      of - "■ each
, _ month. '     .,!,,,•*
Visiting brethren welcome. *-(
IC. Chapman, TV. M.'. * -, -j
2\T jW:'Burdett. Secretary ,
OYIE   BEER
A1? made by the present brewer' is admittedly the liest Beer in Uast
Kootenay.    With the Best Malt and the Purest Spring  "Water it ia
unexcelled for quality.    Insist on having Moyie Beer.
" uottjLbi)   AND   UKAX'T   HEKlt
MOYIE  BREWING CO.
v MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.
33E A' "'WELL l^fAN I
It you are sick,, suffering from any c'is-
'.'        ' - * -
order, we can cure you—Permanently
(You'do   not have to linger, suffering irom,
disease, because< wo are medical specialist*
.,    with many years'  experience creating and
cut'ing'successfully all men's aiseases.        , '
-»■■ ' r ! I
HONEST -TREATMENT. '
-'" A-sure and permanent oure",in all .diseases Of
(m'en-"Nervoii"s iWeakness, - Varicose, Veins,
* Hydrocele^ -Blood   and   Skm' Disorders,
^Sores,   Ulcers;   ''Kidney, r Bladder"^ and
'-.Be'ctal "disorders,'and all   special. .ailments com-
moil',to men.';-    jt y "   - ..i'„&   ^ ;,-    _ '-'    At y. ^-.  ( "
"i  ."  JBest Aiiatouiy Museum iir the' Northwest.     .'
' !-!l'r CQN SJ^i.'V^TI QN/F^E'E \., *
'   "-ILyou cannot come to Spokaue for free consultation now
.-wnte,fertour free booklet s ,     • ,
\ y,,y /AfDrAKELLEWS/bAUSEQM    *-h  ■
•»,. :'210 ln6ward(S;t* -j\ v \ v     A, SPOKANE, Wash/,     ,
' ^   ,*
'-i-TilE^i^"
Moyie 'Miners', "CTnidfi
',      No. 71 w. F,v6f m\L   I
Meets in Miners'' Union Hall,every'Saturday  evening.'    .Sojourn-'
ing members are cordially' invited
to attend.;
Joe  McLaren     . <
''..".-President., , \°
-y ■.-*.>.<■   - ,,
James Roberts
' V it I
" - -   Secretary
yKynoniST church
Morning service at 11 a. m.    Sunday   School, 3  p. m. ^Evening ser
vice,' 7:30  p:  m.     A hearty   welcome extended   to all.
REV .J. W. MILLER, B. A.
(Pastor)
jPRnSBYTKRJAN     CHUnCII.
Morning 'Service 11 a. m. Sun -
day school and Bible class at 2.80
p. m. Evening Service at 7:30 p.
m.    A hearty welcome to all.
' REV. G. A. HACKNEY, B. A.
' (Pastor.
Certificate of Improvements
The pleasant purgative effect
experienced by all who use Ch'ara-
barlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, aud tho healthy condition of
the body "and mind which they
create, makes one feel joyful.
Sold by the Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.
i __,	
The K and 11 cigar has jumped
lo prominence through the ex-
ellent flavor of tho tobacco out
of which it is mads,
NOTICE
Columoia Fractional, Kooteijay Fractional, Burton Fractional', Rustler Fractional, Daily Fractional,, Jjimbo Fractional, Dominion, Mineral claims, situate
in the Fort Steele "Mining Division of
F,ast. Kootenay District.
Where IvOcaled; On the East side of
Lower Moyie trfikp.
TAKE NOTICE, that 1, Sehvyn G.
Blaylock, F. M. C. No. B29762, acting
as Agent for the Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Co,, of Canada, Limited, Free
Miners Certificate Xo. B29757, intend,
sixty da j s from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mui'iitf Recouler for Certificates
of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants oi the above
clainjs.
And further take notice that action,
under Section 37, must b<? comiuenceil
befoie the issuance of such Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 28th day of September, A.
D., 1910.
MOYIE.
B.C.
BUY  YOUR
Cigars
Tobaccos
Fruit and
Corifectioner>
-    -        .FROM.
A. B. Slewart
O P. DESAULNIER.
DEALER   IN
PfROMPT DELIVERY.
Queens' Ave.      MOYIE
POSTAL    PHOTOS.
■ '^Courtesy is Uie passport   to
success.    It 'is a'.kev tliat will
open more doors than a erow-
,.bar.   Jn New York'oiily  the
'otiier     day     IVIayor    Gaynor
' stopped ' a " policeman on lithe
' street ' and   reprimanded h im
'for being discourteous  to   the
public.    He pointed out   that
a city  even Whig  as   New
York, could not afford to Jiave
;i '   discourteous     policeman.
'il.vAway conipanies  have   the
Hoarseness iu a child subject
to croup is a .sure indication of
.the approach of the disease. ■ If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
given at once-vor even after, the
croupy cough has appeared, it
will prevent the attack'. Contains no poison. Sold by the
Moyi9 Drug & Stationery Co.
It is in time of sudden mishap
or accident that Chamberlain's
Liniment can be relied upon to
take the place of the family doctor, who cannot always be found
at tlie "moment- Then it is that
Chamberlain's Liniment is never
found wanting. In case of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out
the soreness arid drives away the
"pain. i-Jbld'.b'y the Moyie Drug it
Stationery Co. -A' '   ■■■'-   ■•   ' .
Coming Events
Canadian National Apple Show,
Vancouver, October Slst^ to November 5tli." j ;'-
National.Apple Show, Spokane,
November 14th to 19th.      .
jMouday, October 3lst, will bo
Thanksgiving Day iu Canada.      .."
C« P, R. Time table
..
Weslboiaid
No. 313    Local
No." 7        Soo-Spoks.ne
1:20 p. m,
2:5S p. m.
Eastbound
No. 311   Local
No. 8        Sop-Spoknue
>■*  i--.L -    i ■ -.    '• _' *■  *-;
2:5Sp. m..
?);a0 p. m
I make a specialty of Postal Photo work. Prices, ,4
for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.
MISS FLORA DEAGON.
St.   Joseph's   Convent.
nelson, n. c.
hoarding and Day School conducted by Sisters of St. Joboph, Nelson,
B. C. Commercial and business
courses a specialty. Excellence and
swift progress characlcauo each de
parlment. Paronts should write for
particulars. Ono month assures the
public of the thoroughness of the
Sisters' methods of teaching. ,--Terms
commence January, April and Sept
Pupils are admitted '(hiring term
. ( ^ ^      ■    • ,      " i f       V *   J.* i h.
Harvey,, * McCarter\{ &
►*^5,-4,*Macdonaid. -+; ^"ij
^Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries,,Etc
Cranbrook.   -   -.. B. O,
W. F. GUED,
, (
BAIIKISTKK. SOCICITOK,  ETC.
CRA.NBE.OOK.'        ' -B.C
- DR. F. E. MILES
Dentist,
Cranbrook, ±x, O.
George H Tb.onipson;
Barrister,    Solicitor
Notary Public, itc.
CRA.NBROOK:,       British CobUiiBiA
W; R. BEATTY
Embalmer and Undertaker,
Phone 9. CRA.NBKOOK
T.T. McVmio,C.l-:.,P I.. S.   *1I.  V. Parker, 0'K
McVITTIE & PARKER
Puovinciai. Land Surveying
uaii.way & mining   j&ngixkkkika
Estimates Furnished.
OFFICES
Fort Steele P. O. Box 23.
Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.
' TriADE Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c.
Anrnne seiidlnB a. Bkoteh and description mny
nii-SSr Mcortnln our oi.lnlon, froo whother an
iUU__^lTr.V> (ii nrotinlily pfttontftblo.   C01n-i1unI1.11-
.ontfreo  cJldoot nKondl? for BoottriiiKpatoiitit.
' &teS& wSon. tKroukl- Muun & Co. rocolro
mlialnotue, without clmrRO, ln tho
Scientific Jlitierlcan^
A hundaomely Illustrated -weekly., Inrscrt olr-
culStlori of «ny »Hciill(le Journal. Ten™ for
Canal?". fS-TO a year, pontago prWald. Sold by
all newsdealers. ., i>      .
MUNN &Co.361B'oa<!way'NewYori.
Bra^<* Office, 0?5 JT 8U Mrnshlnatop. D. C.
FOR
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
of all descriptions, such as house
fittings, lamps, shades or.motor
boat supplies, spark plugs," coils,
batteries, go to or -write.
J   H.RINGROSE
Stanley St.   .       .', ■        .'NELSON
INTERNATIONAL
HOTEL.;
This hotel is    now under   new
management, and is first class
.   in every respect
TAYLOR &   BONNER,
PROr'l-IETOHS.
Victoria Street. -MOYIF.
^B.arM.y;
,, .," ," .^.    i-  ,-" ,   - y - •
V '     BIESAOI.S1KB?, »KOU.    l'o|>».        l
Largo - aa iri p to"; room   in   connection.
with^liouae for commercial men." -Best
,   ."       i'   j" "/.'   ".'     -^ -t -   1.        ,     ■(
of accommodation. . -      ]r  ^     „   [,   •
ZA  y 's    ..  >, y       >   '        --   \,*
Headquarters'for   Com- i
"""" Imercial and'Miniug'Men. .   .',
7 :''MO*riB
. <3
QUBENS AVB
.IIJ, „.   .. -. 1
Dr.-fl'^ES.
- > - V **■ •*, ^  *;■   i   vl f» f    \i     , .
J...-i ^-DENTISTV al  :   -'
The ExpertxCrowris.anil. Bridge
v   , ,— ■'■■ .Worker:-
,       >-     "* v    -'.  ,
■/ Offibe over'.Mr. Short's,
Wall*    'Papew     Store-
i '
Armstrong Ave.,'   .   Cranbrook
SEND YODU t "\VOi\K    TO  lllE
KOOTENAY
1   STEAM,       : \
LAUNDRY.
' NELSON
.   All White Labor.
-HevH'ever
£""-*£ $i
Leave work with the   local agent
A. B. STEWART
emen
If yon want anything in tlie
line'of clothing ox- men's furnishings, try
C. A. FOOTE
THE TAILOR
We carry in stock thc goods
to make an up-to-date suit
made iu town, or we can get
you a special ordered suit
made to j'our measure. We
have ready-to-wear Campbell's
clothing, the best made and
fitting clothing in Canada.
: Underwear, shirts', collars,
ties, belts, summer hats and
nearly everything in the line
of furnishings at" reasonable
prices. . 7 '
All our goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and
repairing done.
: In'this man's day there was
' little chance for the chtqi who
-'started out in life as a work-
- niarTwith no speciat-tiaiuinp.
. "He was foredoomed to wdrV
for small .wages until finally
disqualified by old atje. With
YOU it is different. If you are
not getting ahead as fast as you
should in your chosen occupation, the I. C. Si will-help you.
A record of over 10 \earsof
remarkable success in tiainnnf
. thousands of ambitious «•'_;•'t|
t earners for better positions and
increased earnings enables us
to state positively that we can
help you, no matter how scant
your time, money, or education
may be. Don't neglect any
possible chances for advancement. Send this coupon NOW.
,...♦♦»••♦♦••••••♦♦♦	
*     INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOtS
! Box 799. SCRANTON. PA.      ,
GEORGE C. EGG,
Local Representative,
P.O. BOX 30.  -   FERNIE, B i
, ment to the portion bclotewblch l h».c """"_j
A<1 Writer
Show-CarJ Write.
Window Trimmer
Civil Service £xim«.
Ornamental Declcner
Mechinlcal Enclneer
MecriKnlcalDrslt.imn
PorttiiAn Machinist
Electrical FnRlncci
Rlectrlcltn
I'ower-Slatloa Stipt.
Architect
Structu"! Ecfl»«'
1 "e.ur-l n..ll»»» I
Cinlricto. 4 llulU"
I oicon PluraM'
Civil Bncloccl
K.K  Con«»»cl """ |
burvoor
Mining nnjlii"'
Chemist
nookWei-P"
Stenocrapacr
♦ Name
* St..VNi)._
BLAIR
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
OF SPOKANE,  WASHj
The leading Businrss College o I
Northwest, where younK R*-°l,lc ""'
ccive a thorough bi.siiiess !.«>»«'
Shorthand—typ'o\vritiiiE-,-,wolck;e ' i
commercial law.ttc.' Board and ro?|
at very rcisouable rates. ""V* ' .^J
positions for our students. °/r A
heautifully illustrated calaloff soi |
upon request.    Write for it NOW.
v* ■.■ A'»
Merchant Tailor
Principa
Thos. Summers
Candy,     P*'"1* fl"dl
Oigars,
Cont'ocMonery-  ^
TOYS.   NCJ'TIUiVS   E'lC
Soatb  Victoria
St.

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