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Array VOL. 2, NO. 27.  MOYIE, B; C, OCTOBER 21,1899.  ���-��������*'��  S2A YEAR  ^*w^^s ^f^.  >*��� *?���.  you want to_JcnQw-hGW  MOYIE IS ADVANCING!  fa  ��. ...  .��. You will got o good idea of it iiy noiiog j,^  .    ��� ,  |f REID, CAMPBELL &ca,  | Stock and Business Is Increasing.  -*��___?'_���  s��  THE BOERSMDBBITM  #  ���ft  I  Our customers Will'.iIi(] our grocery stock always  com*  pleto. with all the beet goods that' cnn bo bouijhi in the  ninrket, aud pricee are all right. We have now secured  tho entire control of  Dominion Creamery Butter  in one pound bricks.'  Also  sole agents  for  Hondi Tea, best in the market  m  '  m  'M  m  m  h Come    Together    and  Fight at Mafeking-,    i  1,500.   .BOERS WERE   KILLED  MAMMOTH   EETAIL   EMPORIUM.  Tin-  y    Warn   Dravii    Over    tHo    bydOfto  Minos and Unit Number Were  Slaughtered.  REID; CAMPBELL & CO  -^.-^. N^. >^. *,^. >��w.>v  THE   CANADIAN. BANK .OF -.COMEJlC  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  ���  London, Ocl."30.���News has reached  Door   Junction    that   the    Boars &<-  tacked Mafeking in force but were  re-  pulsed.    The   defenders    seeing    the  enemy retreating   jmrsued   them   ior  tome time.   Then a. feint- vat,  made  and tbey commenced to teti-ro!on   the  town, allowing themselves to be driven'  by the Boers, who,  eager   to retrieve.  their position again   advanced  to   the.  attack and were drawn'over   the Lyd-'  dite mines laid for .the defence, of the'  town.    It is reported 'that   1500   were  killed by the explosion.  ��� London,  Oct..    17.���A   special  dis-  'patch from Capo Town gays   Lhat   300  Boers and 18 British ba-ve been   killed  in it battle at Mafeinugy,  Co!. Baden-Bowell made a sortie  from, Mafeking in force and attacked  the Boeis, w!io were inventing the  town. After fierce fighting Ihe  British carried the day.  Ma/eking,   where" the' tattle  teok  HARDWARE,  i i  GROCERIES,  PRODUCE,  .-^i.tCv_r^_jrfjL^Sr j&L&_ste-.-& rf/__-fr- siv ���& 3&L.-AX.  < s  ALL  Kf.VIJS  Or-  'ixx  4    ��� ��� ~- .DONE ���  ���?   TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY.   ?  3 - ' f  I  .-PRQ.'HrKTOKS   OF-  CLOTHING,  Oents' Furnishings,  JBOOTS and SHOES  'STRICTLY FIRST CLASS TW ALL:DEPARTMENTS.  Ooir. *t7"ip-t��03:'i��i sst. &aa.c5tf.TMEr  oyieAve,  "MO^TXIH?.,,    B.'O,  place,  is is ' Bochiis,aaJ__iud,  -cioae  io'  ���3lAOf,'.-j. . " '���' HUGHES  B, O. FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING CO.  CBAKBBOOK, B. C  the Traaivaal border.    It _�� celebrated  d. YF. fi. OlTll IrlL,, Uiun.y-aid.j. It has uuw become more famous etill as it ia the tut-i town at tacked  by .he Boers in large number*. Jt is  on the main line of .railway from the  Cape to Buluwavjo. '  _. -    fc ( ,  ik'droom gets ' $L2.50  Bold comb, bedroom sets 11.50  JComb.' springa and   .mattresses  ^.uivrn-uleed     Q.50  Mat.e_.*ea it ".._.._...  A.rm <jhairs,|well upholstered.'. .  Lounges upholstered in best jute  2.75  0./o  5.7D  LOCAL   MEWS.    -  Mr. and Mrs. Lewis   Thomson   were  in Cranbrook Monady.  Tiiere are now Hi children attend-  ing the M-oyis school.  W. H. Darby is again officiating   as?  chef at Uie Kauffnian house.  W. F. Gund vr&e oit on his -regular  trip-from -Cr;inb,rook Sunday.  .Mrs. Neiderstadt- is making the best  bread in towu. Try it and be .con-  winced.  i'l-ith-.Hi-AIIlBtcr.  ��� Yesterday's Kelson Tribune -has the-  following news item :  "F: W. Frith of Moyie was married  quiet!ly yesterday afternoon 'to Miss  Jane McAllister of Edmonton, Al-'.  berta. The ceremmiv was''performed  in tlie. English church by Rev. Mr.  Akehurst,.'" <���  Mr. Frith  and  his   changing   bride  retained ttf Moyie   this   morning,   and  will niake  their   home   nt   the   Lake;  Shore ho lei, -of which Mr. Frith is-pro  prkaor.    The L.ader extends Mr. and  Mrs. Fritii its best wishes,   and   trusts,  F.   Morley,   'barrister,   solicitor,^] fclllU i>ut-hihg shall ever' arise   to  mar  These are only a few of our prices. Everything" injjtho furniture  line just as low in price. We arc manufacturers of all kinds of  upholstered goods and mattresses. \Ve__Mill Jretail at wholesale  prices.    We makf curate aud lay  ihem FREE   OF   CHARGE.  Estimates given ou finishing faotels throughout.    "\\re make groat  reductions in half dozen lots,   '  riiclertnj;cr<�� kind Krul��(i)iWare  HAGGS ^HUGHES,  1&&&&&.&  e Centra  V,  UKS.-VOl.XfEH X- CO., rroi).-.  Regular Meals Served.in the Dining  Room, with Snoitr tOiiDtiits between  meals.  Headquarters for'tl Co mm on cia I and Mining Men.  .       ��� ��� 3JOVIE,   II. C.  Mn\    'd'V.ES   AVKNUE,  to  m  to  to  m  to  to  to  to  to  She rU;ascd ITcr Audlcucoi  McGregor   hall   was   opened    lest  Thursday evening  by   Miss   Marietta  LaDell,   the   celebrated    entertainer,  and it was well clled, holwitbslnudiug  the fact that   there   was, a   eonstant  downpour of   rain all   afternoon aud  evening.   .Graceful in lier movements.,  pleasing in.her tone and icb&rnjiug itj  her appearance, Miss LaDell holds her  nudieuce with perfect, ease during   her  recitals.    Her rendition of the ".chariot,  race,"''' a Scotch courtship..1" "the .dead'  pussy cat-'and ���"Brown gels   his .--air  cut"   were   exceptionally    good.    Jn  light and   pathetic .selections   she  is  equally at home^ and in each   she  received   ivoll   merited   applause.   Miss  LaDell is a high class  entertainer,   in  fact one oi the best on the  road, and  her return   to   Movie' will  lie   hailed  with deliget.  wm  "^���"V" "v* ST ^?^* >5.* ^- >��.'��� ^ ^^^^r  I'ICITIi,  rrf��!��ri<��Kir,  This hotel is now open to the public, and is woll furnished throughout. None but tbo best brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock   .  1  ���  WlKST    CLASS      ACCOMAlfOJ) ATfOXS.  lap"  MOYIE, B.    C  Preparing; for Tho   ."Masquerade.  Great prcparatious aro being niado for  tho grand mastiuerade ball which is to  be giveu in JfcGregor hall next Friday  evening, Oct. 27, by tlie   Moyie   Quadrille Club.     Tlie ladies and gentlemen  in town without exception arc   having  costumes   made,  and   have    signified  their intentions of   attending.    Manager Lindsay has not only sent invitations to the people  of   Movie,   but   to  those of Cranbrook and Fort Steele as  well.    Hope tt  Beatlie  have  sent   to  Winnipeg for a supply  of masks and  dominoes, and it is likely they will   be  herein ample   time.   Tickets   including  supper   will   be $2.    One   of  tlie  provisions is that no  gentleman   ehull  assume   the  character  of a lady, and  another   is that   no   unmasked ladies  or gentlemen  shall   take   part in the  dancing until after 12 o'clock.  etc., ol Cranbrook was in  Moyie Wed-  * ncfiliiy and Thursday o�� this week.  C..J. Rose hits   returned   from   tlie  Spokaue exposition where be looked ;afc  pears.,   .peacheti,   pumpkins Pa'-louser*.  : and the petrified iv.a-u.' -v    '  Mrs. Neitce'l e,nd Jfrs. Atausfield returned home Thursday morning from  a weak's visit in Spokane.  Tbo Central   Hotel;   always   up to  date and abreast of tho   times.,  cerved ,  an   excellent   Thanksgiving    dinner  Thursday e-y^njng at sifj: o'ejock.  'R. L. TV Gall-Faith, -the main works  of tbe town of Fort"Steele, came out  to Moyie tiijs week,to have ;i look at  the pi ace,. ���       ,  The mountain peaks surrounding  Moyie are covered with a mantel of  snow. However, it is not likely that it  has come to, stay.  Gollingwood Scris-er, deputy minister of railways., ia his private car,  the "Montreal," passed east aud west  over the Crow's Nest road   this   week.  The Jeff'ries-Sbarkey tight will take  place next Thursday eccning, aud  G. A. Gow, the C. P. R. agent will endeavor to give Ihe people of Moyie a  report of the "mill" by rounds.  ���The frame work for the St. Eugene  compressor building is up aud is being boarded in. X. Dora is hauling  the cable for tlio Irani way up to tbo  mine,-add it will only be a few days  until it will he put un and tlie buckets'  attached,  thai  r nappmees.  Will Not ltesigii For Tbe PivjscwU  Tiiere   lias    been a -current   report'  about   town .for   the   past week to the  effect that .Tames Cronin. manager   of.  tlie St. Eugene   mine,  had   tendered  his reaiguation to his company.     The  report is not quite true.    Mr.  Cronin  has not a-esigrjed, but wheu'the ipa'esent'  rush of work iu hand is   over   he   will  take m  lay-off   and, with   his   family,  will likely spend a portion of the. winter iu California.    During bis absence  XShades Biesel, now accountant at thymine, will fill Mr. Crouin's position.  liuilding- Xotos.  Pete M. Kan was.this week awarded-  the (contract   of   building   the 2-lx-lQ  meat tinirkot for  M.   Mc Limes  tt   Co.-  G. JiL'Miner, the Cranbrook hard-  Wiji-e mini, has purchased a lot on  Victoria .street., liMiuediiUely south of  the McGregor 'block,, kuii \viil erect a  2fixJ0 bail (Ting wt m-HCe. When the  building "is completed he \Vill open a  bra Halt hardware-stere .iii.it.  ���  Lewis  ThoiHseu's residence   is  finished.  htr. and Mrs. law lor can soon 'occupy their new dwelling.  ���S.  L.    Goldberg's   'building   i\ well  tinder wav.  - CognccrX Next Houil&y  A concert will be given by Miss  Moore and tbe children of the Moyie  school next Mouday evening in  McGregor hall. Miss Moore will leave  Moyie the following Wednesday to ac-  ceet a position as teacher in the public school in Sandon, and Miss Tibbats  of Warduer will iill the vnoancy in  the Moyie school.  After the concert thc seats will be  removed and dancing will be indulged  in for a few hours/  Tlio Moyio .Aiwl -<t>.u<;eii Deal.  ���-Considerableunyatwystill surrounds  Uie deal which is -on   ior ' the  Moyie  and-Queen .oi .'the   Hill*   mine near  this place.    Mr.  Drewry  did   not  return to Moyie t4iis   morning,   as  waa  expected, therefore, the report as   the  IjiADEK goes to jjress .cannot   be confirmed.    The   chances   are    favorable,,  however, ' that,   the    deal   has    gone  tb.ro.ugh, and that the   price   paid   by  the Canadian   Gold   Fields,  syndicate  for the property is $350,000.  GO   TO   THE  Toro  ng  S3IOTJJSS3.  ��� V  mPi  |^^����Si_iS>i>^SS^i59&33'=i_5��d6e���6^353e6������d&^^S��^*��w*5g  jhiii>ro>eiuoiits at tho Sloyi��".  G. K. IMiner, of Cranbrook, has installed a hot air furnace in the Moyie  hotel, which is a great improvement  over the old method of heating the  house by stove. If an electric lighting  plant is put iu the (own tho  hotel will  service,   if   not  G.  CAMTJIELL.   A. T. CLARK.  This Hotel is New .and well Furnished. The ^  Tables are Supplied with the Best .the |  Market affords. The; Bar is Filled with *  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars  .1.  <!/  \\i  il/  $l>o   lighted   by that  W  Campbell it Clark will put in an accty-  \l/! l  \��  \l>  New Sorvioo In  \'n}juo.  Since last Sunday the now train service  over  the  Crow's Nest  road   has  been in vogue.   According to tho new  schedule   on   the   western     division,  trains going west leave   Cranbrook   at  S :02 a, m., arrive at   Moyie  at S :5'2 a.  111. aud   reach   Kootenay Landing   at  Il,;-_7a. ni.    Trains going   east   leave  ICootenay Landing at7:).0 a. m., arrive  at  Moyie   at 11:25   a.m.   and   reach  Cranbrook at  12:25  a,   in.    The   east  and west bound (rains pass each other  at G milfoil at 9 :o5 a. in.     Boats   from  Kootenay   Landing reach   Nelson   at I  ���f o'clock p. m., and   returning   leave  thc iNelson wharf at 11 p. m.  Miiinjs and  Hughes'  Opening.  Today the Jirm of M-ngga <��-. Hughes  throw their doors open lo the public,  and give the people the opportunity  of inspecting one of (lie iinest aud  most complete stocks ever brought to  Moyie. Maggs & Hughes make a  specialty of furniture aud mattresses  of their own manufacture. Call uud  inspect,their goods.  In N��r��- Quarters.  The first of the week Bos'.master  Hope moved his ollice and slock of  drugs into pormatient quarters in the  Farrell block. The new postotlice out Jit,  including lock boxes, delivery window,  etc, aro in place, aud live urtice is (it-  ted with all ihe modern conveniences.  The drug store is also neat and attractive and is iu keeping with the  needs of a progressive town like Movie.  tror your oullit.    Thc largest stock iu  East  Lvootenay.  HELD & CO.,  ClU.NIUUlOK. B. C.  ���AND-  lSarlUu* flmu Usual.  The day set aside for   Thanksgiving  Iene plant of their own.  MOYltt,  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  '      *r  .  AND MIN   n.C KEN  ����:^^3^W��fc!*������.6*S.S^^  Coiuing; lli��  Wnj-.  1). R. Young is  now tlio   happiest  nd proutlest newspaper  publisher  in  j the Kootenaya.    Immediately .follow-.  $\ iug hia big .suocew, with, tho  special  % I edition of. the Mining Standard,  Hia  wife presented' him with twoJf.no children, a girl and a boy.   Things are undoubtedly coming Young's way of late;  i. viwillvook's JJuiilcor Weds,  J. W. H. Smythe, manager of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce, Cranbrook and Miss Maud Keay, ono of  (ho mast popular and accomplished  young ladtea of tito same town, were  united in ma matte biot Saturday. Mr.  aud Mrs. Smythe have a large number o{ friends and acquaiutenree, in  Moyie, with whom the Leajjku' joins  in extending congratulations.  this year waa a general surprise to the  people of Canada. As a rulo the  Canadian government followed Uie  United Stales in naming tho date for  'Thanksgivingday, which was, usually  thc third or fourth Thursday in November, This year, however, the government departed horn the long established costom and named as its day  ior giving thanks Thursday, Oct. ,19th.  S UBSCKIBE   FOB THE  LEAJ)E&  Bring in your children  and havo tlicm comfortably titled. We carry a  full range fur boys. The  spring heel boots arc con-  t-ideied the best in girls  *viul children's sizes. We  have them and can surely  Miit you.  Prices are Bight,  MacEacliern &  Macdonald  B. Cf  ,i'M. ���  tt,  l!  ��*:  m  wwvHamaaisimxsss^P3&^S^SS  i _f��*___. ** *���* v*3-"��sSt:*jP* i��__**bt v  f e.*i r  Jrtt*"  $&&  ?$m:m SURE SIGN OF DEATH  '     r"  ' *   '  U    .  -,''-I,'.  ,-',,    'i1  . -      ���.  -I-   i /   '  i   - ,'  '  ������.. ��� 'A'.  .iy    ' _  1| :V;S?:'  V V -J  ..' j       "'  ���,  - ���   '' i*  ' ''.  (.'<-'  tJ;'  M    .'. S   I ^  ,       .-   'I   >���   '".  .�����.   'I  A A,'���-{'���'  <���-. '.  Ay"-..  i,.'*i*    "-I  ',  :C:^y;'V  '!' 1  ... .  'yy  . '��� , ��� -  i>    ��� '���  ��� i- 'i  i,  H.Jl'  1       i  I'i'At.i ������ :  ..J-'i-,.  '"  .. A)n>i\   '-  .##.'   ' ���'"  \y i-\-��   ��� >< ���-���  ; --,-Aj'.\- "��� '_���,  ��� Uf" &*.'-.'��.���.  i''.fi'i;;,.�� *.?,  it, '?, <���;'., ���<  , -i' \il - '���' ' ���  i .-.."r" ���' ��� i  ���  --HI';-;;  ,  yg.- -.   -.  - ���"���?". ��� r .���,  i i,.i -���        ''���  v,:r.'': !'  '��_\ -  Ml!  _;*<-*  . 1  _fc  r i;j.f   ,.      .-  f "-H I -  ' tn   ,   i    .  i'\ *  ,t -.,  _  .*  ��� f-  :rj   '  I   .  I  :a��*  snve.  east  - betl  onlj  {he  are  the  in a  in  ke  let-  re'  oi  fr-  le  t1  1  NO  DANGER OF BURiAL ALIVE WHEN  IT SHOWS ITSELF.  Although    I*    I��    Possible'   In    Some  Cases to Mistake tlie Livlny For tlie  ' Dead, There la  LitUe Chance of Jiis-  takins" tlie Read For tlie Llvins.  Two recent ea.<=es of lethargic sleep in  Paiis, both of -which narrowly and by a  mere accident escaped'promattire burial,  have induced tlie Parisian ' Medical college to repeat the offer made some years  hgo of a .prize of considerable value to  any ono who will discover an unmistakable test of death, -which is evident and  practicable to the most inexperienced  'person.  Medical men doubt if this prize will  ever be awarded, for they say, with reason, that it is with death as with dis-  ciise���one cannot come to a decision with  any certainty without a complete examination of the whole organism.  Kxcept the abdominal discoloration,  the appearance of which in winter is  frequently much retarded, there is nothing in the actual state of death which is  not closely simulated in the state of certain cases of lethargic sleep.  Without appreciable cause the body  becomes cold, the pulsations of the heart  imperceptible, the respiratory organs  (ease to inflate the throat, the face is  pale and the pupil of the eye fixed, as in  actual death.    , .  This beinK the case, many, nervous persons 'are incessuii.iy tormented by the  fear of being buried alive.  No doubt 'some terrible mistakes have  been made, most frequently in countries  where the law obliges the speedy burial  of rhe dead, ns in Italy,  when the body ,  is consigned to the grave 24 hours after  ilea lb and before certain signs have, had  full time to manifest themselves.  ' Unquestionably danger lies in tho im-,  mediate   embalmment,   which   would   at  once destroy  any  latent sparks of life.  For this reason the French Medical col-  ,     lege   desires  some   infallible   test   which  can be put into practice immediately ou  the appearance of death.   Regarding this  a prominent physician says:  "With the present advanced knowledge  of the 'diseases of- the nervous system,  a mistake should be impossible, nnd it  may be as positively asserted that sufficiently evident signs do exist, and with  proper precaution no ono need fear that  he may one day find himself alive in a  com n.  "One of the first signs of dissolution.  is the cessation of the cardiac pulsation,  and it has been established that'when  the central organ has ceased to operate  for 20 minutes 'at the. most life is ex-  ' linct. i  "It is well to know that without entirely ceasing the heart beat can bo so  e.-'.cessively weak that it cannot be' detected by tho ear.  ' '  "Circulation is suspended the instant  tho heart's action is stilled, and "any one  can ascertain this fact by a very simple  experiment. .  "If on a living person'* finger we tightly tie a piece of string between the last  joint and the joint of articulation, tbe  upper joint becomes' rapidly violet, but  .litis is not the case with tho dead, for  the whole fmgor retains its livid color, c  ���'There are three other phenomena  which occur speedily after death���ris:,  dilation of-the pupil, the glassy appearance of the eye aud the softening of the  eyeball.  "The dilation of the pupil is a difficult  observation for persons unaccustomed to  such an examination. Furthermore, it is  transient, and the very fact of opening  the eye to make the observation may  obliterate the dilation.  "Xo one, however, who has ever ovate-lied the light of life fade and disappear  forever from the eyes of some loved one  (an fail to understand the terrible significance of this last phenomenon.  "It is a general rule that after death  the body becomes cold, but to this thero  are certain exceptions, for in tetanus  (lockjaw), cholera and typhus tho tcm  pe:-ature may rise many degrees during  the first few hours that follow death.  "Be that as it may, if the central heat  does not rise above 10 degrees it is cer-  tain'thnt life is extinct.  "The rigidity of the body produced by  the coagulation of the contents of the  mu-cuhir fiber, commencing in tbo jaw  and neck and pervading the whole body  in  variable order, presumes death.  "As orcry one knows, in tlie case of  Incited animals rigidity appears quick!}.  The same detail has frequently been ob-  s.Mved in thc field of battle, when tin?  bodies of soldiers who have been kiikd  ia the heat of the fight retain the exact  position they had during the combat, the  face expressing enthusiasm or terror.  "A singular case is cited during tlio  Franco-Prussian war in 1870. An ttu-  loitunate guard mobile waa decapitated  by ii cannon ball while he was drinkins  i:orn his panakin. l  "Some hours afterward, v.-hen tlie surgeons were ::o:rig over the held of hattio,  ('icy   found   the   body   in   precisely   th<*  ���-- :."S<  pame position, tho hand Uoldinj: tiie  panakin to the height of the absent  mouth.  ������Fqunlly strange was the sight of the  hcadle-ss body of Major Nolan���whose  enigmatic and impatient message caused  the immortal charge of the Light brigade  ai IJalaklava���riding erect in his saddle,  with his sword stretched aloft, for 30 or  *i0 yards.  ,"1 hardly think it necessary to comment on the tc=ts which consist of placing a mirror before the mouth of the  dead nor of the firing by redhot irons.  The one infallible and unmistakable sign  i<s the bine green lint which siiows itself  generally on the right side of the abdomen, and when this comes we may safely  l.iy our dead ones to rest in the full con-  vi'lion 'that they'are sleeping their last  sleep, for, although',it is possible in some  c;t-rs to mistake'the living for tho dead,  there is but little chance of mistaking  the dead for the living."  Live In Midair.  The monks of the monastery of St.  Baarlam, Meteora, Greece, are thc most  rem.-n kubie u others iu midair in the  world. The monastery is perched on a  precipitous' rock rising __o0 feet in the  air. The walls of the rock run sheer  down to the ground, and their only communication with mother earth is by a  rope, which is hauled up and down whenever necessary.  If a man was hurt eveiy time he is  sin red. he would ni'ver live to reach the'  three score and ten limit.���Aurora News.  A man is never quite prepared and  ready to be awakened by an alarm clock.  ���jVutv Or loans Picavune.  Hopeless Credulity-.  "The gross superstition oue occasionally   encounters  among   fairly   intelligent people is very disheartening," laminated a physician.    "Some time ago  I was called in hy .an upper class mechanic, a man who earns $0 a day.    I  found him iu a state of alarming nervous depression, and  he complained of  agonizing   neuralgia   in   the   head.     I  <]uo=;tioncfl him sharply, and he finally  informed   me that  he had  been  'conjured' by an old negro servant whom  he had discharged,     it seems he had  found a small  red  flannel bag full of  dough hiddeu under his mattress, recognized it as a voodoo 'charm' and had  never been well since.    He told me this  in an awestruck whisper,-and  I  made  no effort lo conceal my disgust.    I told  him he ought to he ashamed of himself  for allowing an ignorant darky to play  on   his   imagination,   but' I   could  see  plainly that he1" was unconvinced.    Finally   I gave  iiie'nt.  and   in  lint what sickened me was the  hopeless  credulity  of'the way, doctor," interrupted a  listener,  "what  was it that you gave  the man yourselfV"  "Oh. merely some bread pills," replied tlie physician. "There was no'  use taking such a case seriously. What  are you laughing at, anyhow?"  "Nothing." said  ihe other demurely.  ���New Orleans Times-Democrat       - .  \ THREE BOTTLE COMEDY.  By W. E. 2T0REIS.  [Copyright. 1S9S, by tna Author.]  him  some  simple treat-  a  few. days ho was all  right,  dense,  "Hv  A ICiii;v"J*  Hones  Missin^r.  The  tomb  of  I.imalilo,  the  "Barefoot  King of Hawaii.*'  was recently opened,  and it"was found that 'the remain's had  been removed and thai the metal casket'  contained   only   portions ��� of   the   grave-  clothes.    As  Ihe tomb is in the 'churchyard   of   Kawaiahou   church,   the  oldest  native church in the islands and situated  almost in the center 0 Honolulu, thc discovery of the removal of the body of the  famous king created no small sensation  No one could say when the act of 'vandalism  was committed.   Luualilo was elected ltimr in _S7.J, but 13 months afterward  died  of consumption.   Although  he  possessed a large fortune, he insisted on going  about  tho streets  barefooted   at  all  ���^ o  times. By his will, which was not opened until ISS1, he left his entire fortune to  found a home for aged TIawniians, which  stands todav a monument to his trenerbsi-  ty.  Did AVlint  He Could.  Tho distinction between the parish rector and the curate in the old days is illustrated by a story of an old rector. Returning to his parish after his autumn  holiday and noticing a woman at her  cottage door with her baby in her arms,  he asked, "Has that child been baptized ?", ���     '  "Well, sir." 'replied the couitcsying  mother, "I shouldn't like to say as much  as that, bnt your young man came and  did what he could.''  '        .And Co��tly Ones.  One day a lawyer was walking through  a street with his larire bag full of briefs,  when he was impudently accosted by a  boy. who asked him if he was a dealer  in old clothes.  j     "No," replied the lawyer, "those are all  i new suits."���Spare Moments.  Lovely  Little   Ptik  _Vo��e��.  f>  They,are distributing an advertisement in Germany that runs thus:'  - "A  studio  for improving the human  face.  "This studio is highly recommended  to ladies and gentlemcu who wish,to  possess faces in-the present fashion.  "This is (he best house in the world  for iui proving aud changing the color  of the t'3'es. which ��� can ihe" rendered  flashing and bright, deep as the sea 'or  full of laughter.  '.'This .house must not be thought to  have anything to do with any other establishment. It possesses vast laboratories, and over ],'20O apparatuses are  in use to change aud improve, the features.  "A great specialty is made of dimples and of producing lovely little turned up noses.  "Terms are moderate, and the strictest discretion and secrecy are observ-  <ed."  'People in Paris are talking a great  deal of this advertisement, writes a  correspondent of rnadame, but, except  that the establishment is in. Vienna, 1  have not been able to discover the address of this most wond.erful house for  manufacturing eyes and noses.  It is computed that about 200,000 pedestrians and 20,000 vehicles cross London bridge every day. The most surprising fact, however, i.s that the incessant  trallic across the bridge reduces to powder about 25 cubic feet of granite every  ypnr.  A1 .Novel   Slftlit.  At an early hour a few mornings ago,  about; two miles from Selma. N. C.,  one of tlie Southern trains ran over the  vigh t arm of Frank Price, a white man,  completely severing it from his body  tie was drunk and down, with his arm  across tlie track. He was found half an  hour later and taken to Selma by an  engine lie walked around awhile before Dr. Noble could be called to dress  bi; wounds  Then ho went to the depot and eat  d'lwn lie had not been there long  \\ hen a ueyro man came along with the  Ic L arm, which he had found on the  trad:  Th<-' sight of tho lost member infuriated Price, and ho "cussed out" the  ivgni and started for the doctor's office,  ihe negro following him with the arm.,  On ihe way Prico stopped and "cussed  o-;i" tho barkeeper who, he said, sold  him tha whi.sky  "It was a novel sight," said the man  who brought tlie report of the accident  t-i this fity, "to fcce the man walking  ai-fir.l the street and a negro coming  ;ii-ni''behind hiin with his lost arm " , ���  A I_ively Barrel.  An'actor, tells of. a tragic experience  he had while playing in a little town-iri  southern Texas.- In one of-the scenes  of the play, iu which he acts the villain, .he hides himself in. a barrel, that  he may listen fo a 'conversation between the hero aud heroiue, whose future well heing he is trying to destroy,  [u'tho to.wu hall there was little if any  "pir/perty" material. A barrel would  do to conceal himself in. so a "hired  hand" was sent out to find one. He  succeeded.  The time came for the actor, to do h's  part. He slipped in the barrel with  ease. The man and the woman appeared, and while they were in the  midst of an animated conversation  there came a bowl from the barrel that  fairly shook the rafters. This was followed by the eavesdropper crawling  out with his hands to his face, and ho  iu turn was followed ,by a swarm of  wasps. The wasps .got among the  stage people and those iu the audience,  which created so,much confusion that  the show was broken up.���Galveston  News. '  The fates were not cruel enough to  drive Zdrs. Alston to tho employment  of such desperate methods. When the  train stopued at -Northampton, Sir  Thomas jumped out, and, to her great  joy, ho was at once followed by Mrs.  Naylor, who remarked that she wanted  to speak to her maid. An opportunity  like, that was i;r.f t:i, be threw n away  out of pique oi i.-".Lie u;;.;!;.::if to r..i  dress a young man who nierifed fcimb-  biug. Mrs. Alston immediately bent  over toward the remaining occupant of  tho compartment, thrust tha bottle  whioh was not hers into iiie hand and  said:  "Lord Arthur, put this, into Mrs.  Naylor't. hag and fish ont the one jvhioh  Sir Thomas was stupid euongh to give  her.    It belongs to me."  Now Lord Arthur had a' grudge  ��gainst Mrs. Alston, and her ngitalion  was evident. "Oh, well, I don't know  about opening ,other people's traveling  bags," said he, with provoking deliberation. "Hadn't we better wait until  she comes back?"  "Certainly, not! It's���it's medicine,  aiid sho is quite sufficiently ill bred to'  examine it beforo she hands ifc over.  Ono doesu't want evorybody to .know  what medicine one takes. Please make  haste 1" "V  "Hia I I'm not sure that I am justified in doing this," tho young man observed slowly. "Still, to oblige, you, I  might perhaps stretch a point. Only I  shiill expect my services to be recognized. What should you say they were  worth, Mrs. Alston? A couple ofdauces  at the hall, fCrr instanoe?"  "Oh, ten dances���20 dances, if you  like! Good gracious, here she comes!  Do bo quick 1"  Alas, it was not iii the nnturo of that  leisurely life guardsman   to' do   thing's  quickly.  He did indeed just coutrive ta  slip  the   bottle  that  Mrs. Alston   had  given' him into Mrs. .Nnylor's bag  nnd.  to  withdraw tho other, but   there  was  not "'time���or   elso   ho   pretended   that  there was  not���to restore tho . latter to  its owner.  He popped it behind his back  ns Mrs. Naylor stepped   iu, and   immediately afterward the train resumed its  northward course.   At tho expiration ol  five minutes or'so Mrs. Alston Bnw him  drop a newspaper over her property and  transfer  both articles to   his  own  bag.  While carrying  out this   maneuver   ha  gavo^her  a   slight, reassuring  nod, by  which sho was but  partially reassured.  <���   "If only I had had the sense to  keep  upon   good   terms  svith   hlml" sho ro-  flcoled with tardy remorse.    "It  could  have been done so easily tool"  Well, at all events , heyvasuot a woman ; so thafc the hair dye was surely  safer in his possession than Jt would  havo beeu'in thafc of Mrs. Naylor. If he  did not find an opportunity of delivering it up honorably when tbe traveler*  quilled ' the train���and. unfortunately  ho did not���he would doubtless"manage  YOU CANT  r  Wasting of Nervous Tissue must end in  Nervous Prostration, Paralysis or Death.  Men hate to admit that there is anything wrong" with their  health.,They " feel tough/'.are weak, nervous, tired and unable  to sleep, but they hope soon to be better and will not give in.  Some, ailments pass away of themselves. Not so with  nervous disorders. -Whether the cause is found in overwork,  worry, the follies of youth or over-indulgence, the. wasting  process continues until there comes nervous prostration, locomotor ataxia, paralysis and death.  Weeks or months pf suffering, loss, ofytime from business  and huge doctor bills tHen teach again the lesson that prevention is better than cure. They teach how much better it is to  keep the system in health, and vigor, to restore and revitalize  the nervous system  by using  This great restorative stops the wasting process, and by  creating new nerve fluid���the vital force of the body���builds  up new flesh and muscles and gives nev/ energy and vitality.  Fifty cents a box, at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto.  Og^l^wrtaf/s^SHSi^S?nB*'3^S^]!s'T!'fi ___'_4'-u LWfi-U WJMyMi*  Sensible Sarcej*.  Once somebody called ihe late Francis.[lie Survey, the great French dramatic critic, "That imbecile. Sarcey." ���  A kind friend rushed lo him, waving  the paper. "Are you going to challenge  him?" ashed the kind friend.  "Certainly not," replied Sarcey. "I  owe hiin thanks. The public will forget  the word imbecile and will remember  to have read my name." .  Sarcey was for 40 years the chief  dramatic critic of a nation lhat values  style, yet he always wrote in a plain,  blunt fashion. ' lie refused to be a  member of tbo French academy lest  dramatists'.who might become his' fellow members might wish him to favor  their plays.  ','. ��� Her  View of It.  The conversation had (lagged a little,  and he felt it his duty to say something.    . ..'���.:.'-���  "Iu an address made In Boston," he  remarked, "a reverend ' gentleman  greatly deplores the use,of arms."  "Bostonians are so cold, anyway,"  she returned spiritedly, "tbal love-,  making on that plan may satisfy them,  but he fools himself if ho thinks it ever  will be popular elsewhere."���Chicago  Post.    ���.���'������������'"  A Great Excuse.  Mbtlier to Frank���IIow is.it that  you're late home nearly every night?  Frank���Well,  no   wonder; we've got  such a big clock In our school.  ,    Mother���Why, what has the clock to  do with it?        :  Frank���'Cause it's so big it takes the  hands an awful long while to get  round It. If we had a clock like papa's  little one, I'd get home a great deal  quicker. . I  Ills Cencrouity.  Manager (to actress, who has made a  n't)���Bravo,, my dear; I'll raise your  salary-  Actress���Oh, how good of you���  Manager (continuing)���On the four  sheet posters, from ..200 to $300' per  week; but, as this will involve a Utile  printing bill, you will have To stand a  small cut of $15 a week until further  notice." -   .        _.   to do so as they descended from the  omnibus which had beeu sent to meol  thorn at the slatiou.  Eut the luckless lady waa doomed to  % prolongation of suspense, for when  she reached her destination those officious, overhospitable Lougwurths mu.-t  needs come tearing down tbo steps to  welcome their guests. There they all  were���tall, ruddy Mr. Longworth, with  two huge hands outstretohed, his comely, middle oged spouse, who was far  too fond of alluding to the circumstance  that sho had been at school with Mrs.  Alston, and their yellow haired slip of  a daughter Annie, and goodneEs only  knows how mauy grinning children and'  hobbledehoys in the background!  "You'ro,*just in time," Mrs. Long-  worth announced cheerfully. "Wo are  having teu in tho hall; eo that you can  refresh yourselves while your things  aro being unpacked."  Tho servants, of  course,  had   seized  tho band bags and  had  made off  with  them. - The only thing to   bo done wan  to  prabtioe the   patience  recommended  by Pnnurge  and   bo   thnnkful that   tea  may   be   partaken   of  without   tho removal   of  a  gauzo  veil.    Mrs.   Alston  pushed   hers  up, so na 'to   conceal  her  fringe, took   possession of   an armchair  close to tho blazing wood fire, hy which  tho   great   entrance   hall    was   barely  warmed, and kept au anxious eye upon  "Lord   Arthur, who  did  not appear  to  think tha't' liny apology or   explanation  was due to her in respect of his remissness. ;''='.;  Some measure of' consolation was in  tho meantime to bo derived from watching the assiduity with whioh ho placed,  himself  at the   orders of, Annie  Long-  worth, who  was  pouring   out tho tea.  Annie  was  a mere   child,fand   iu   the  charaotor of  a rival  would   have   been  bentluth contempt, but Mrs. Alston bad  ceased to   be a competitor for Lord Arthur's  affoctious, and   it waa  amueing  to note tho displeasuro of Mrs. Naylor, it  jealous .and   exacting   woman,,  whose  flirtations were always conducted upon  tho crudest and   uiost inartistio  principles.  It was,-however, a matter of comparatively trifling consequence whether  that   lady   waa  pleased or  displeased.  Mrs. Aleton had  much more important  things to, think about, and   when Lord  Arthur approached her with  a oup  of  tea in one hand  and   a  plate of  email  cakes in tho other she took occasion, to  whisper to bim under cover of the loud  conversation   which   was  going  on all  around her:  "What have you dono.with my bottle?  I want ifc at once, please."  "Your bottle?" ho returned composedly. "By George I I forgot all about  it. It's in my hag, unlees my follow  has taken it out by this time. Shall I  go and get il?"  "Yea; fetch ifc immediately, or,.rather, no! Don't bring it hero. It isn't  a cordial to bo handed refund for everybody to tasfco. I'll tell you what you  must do if you reully want mo to give  vou those two dances thnt you ��r<-��i��> 0  ���-only 1 thought, you hud quite given  up caring to dance with me. You rnu**fc  slip up'stairs 86 soon bh you can and  join me presently in the library, bringing the bottle with you. You know tho  geography of tho bouse, I suppose r"  Lord Arthur signified- thafc ho did,  and iu a few minutes she had the satisfaction of seeing him make hi_? way up  the broad, shallow staircase. She herself contrived, to edgo adroitly away  from her hoatesa, and was 600U In the  library���a vast, dimly lighted chamber,  which, as aha knew, wns seldom invaded by any member of the household.  Sho was kept waiting a long time-  so long that she had worked herself up  into a fever of ahum uud appiehi nsion  ���beforo at last tho door was opened and  the other party to the assignation advanced toward hor with leisurely steps.  "Where's the bottle:" was her first  quostipn, for indeed tbat was the first  thing to bo ascertained and the rebuke  whioh he had earned could.wuit.  Instead of producing her property or  replyiug to her query that exasperating  young man raised his forefinger aud  shook it at her with arch roprobation.  "Oh, Mis. Alston," said he, "thia ia  too bad of youl Yon shouldn't goin  for that sort of thing���you shouldn't  really, you know!"  ."You wretch .''.cried the justly incensed lady. "How dared you examine  what doeHu't belong to you? No gentleman would havo behoved In that way,  and tho very louse you can do now is to  kecp-wbiU you have found out to yourself." ���  *  "Ob, I'll keep It tomysolf 1" nuawor-  ed Lord Arthur coolly. "In fact, I,may  1 say that I havo kepfc.it to myself, and,  of course, I shan't split., As for examining the-bofctle, thafc I couldn't help,'  because my man had taken ii out of tha  paper, and thero it wns upon my dressing table as plain as a pikestaff, but I  didn't think it would bo right ro hand  the stuff over to you. You 'may take  my word for^it, Mrs. Alston, that all  those expedients aro u suarb and a delusion."  ilrs. Alston was too infuriated to  argue with him. "Go and got that bottle instantly!" said she. "Whou I want  to bo favored with your advice, I will  not fail to lot yon knd.w." '  He remained calm and immovable.  He made some remarks,^ which seemed  to her irrelevant,-about "Dutch courage" and tho folly of imagining thaJ  anything save a clear head can enable  man or woman to rido etruight te  hounds, Hat she waa not concerned to  dispute with him. When commands  and entreaties alike failed, she had recourse to tears.  "Dear Lord Arthur," she sobbed, "I  know 1 haveii'fc treated - you very well,  but  you can't   wish   to  punish mo   m  cruelly bb this.  Only givomo my bottle  anil I will do   anything���anything   for  you that you liku to ask of me I"   -  Lord Arthur shook his head solemnly.  "I foresaw tbie," he remarked, ,"aiid  being a very soft   hearted follow   I \v'a��  afraid I should  yield."   So I determined  to put temptation out of  your way and  'my own.    I can give  yon your   bottle,  Mrs. Alston, but I  can't give  you   th��  liquor because I've drunk every drop of  . it." " '  "Good heavens 1" gasped Mrs. Alston,  sinking back into a chair. "Vou never  did thafc !'���'  "I did, though, and I'm bound to say  thafc ,ifc was oscolloat���a' little sweet  perhaps."  "But jfc'a deadly poison���at least I  should think it was. What in the world  did you imagiuo that you wero drinking?" '  "Ifc���it tasted liko ouracoa," the  young man answered, looking a littla  staggored. "I supponed lhat you had  taken to nipping on the sly to keep your  courage up."  "Mercy upon usl Tasted like cura"-  coa!" shrieked Mrs. Alston, 'starting  to ber fewfc. "Why, you raving luuatio,  do you know that you havo swallowed  a whole bottle of Wyllio's Matchlesa  Hair Ronewer ! Send forra dpotor���eend  for a fitomach pump���take mustard and  hot water and then get Gomobody to  bang you up by your heels! I don'l  want to bo a constructive murderess, ox  un accessory beforo . tho fact,.or whatever thoy call it. Bo off this instant.  You havo no timo to loao!"  Lord Arthur Waited for no scooud  bidding, but took to hia hools, while  Mrs. Alston dropped into ber chair once  more and covered hor faco with hor  bauds.  "Was there ever such luok as mine?"  eho  groaned.    "Nevor beforo ei'nco (he  world  began can any woman   have luot  with a man capablo of pouring her hair  dye down   his throat!   I Buppose   if  he  rooovors  he  won't daro  to  tell.    But  what  is   the use of  that? rlt's-.sinipiy  ���impossible. for; me. to   face 8ir  Thomas)  with my hair all gray at the  roots and  rusty half   anuihch' higher  up.'    Oh, I  must,bo ill, and   take   to my bed   nud  telegraph   for another bottlo  at once.,  There's absolutely no alternative!"  7    Meanwhile Lord Arthur had  rushed  off to the   stables   to  consult the  stud  groom,   iu whoso' vofcerinary   skill   ho  had   tho   utmost;  confidence, audi, who,  bo hoped, might bo ablo it provide him  . with  somo rough and  rbady,remedy, in  the absence of  a duly qualified.mod'icul  nian. ���''.'���  "Jenkinson," ho gasped, "havo yon  got such a thing as a powerful emetic  that you could givo me? I believe I've  takenpoison by mistake."  Tho portly 'littlp . spindle "(.banked  man whistled. "Come along with mo,  my lord," ho auswerod promptly. "I'li  give you u doao that I keep for tbo lads  when I want to givo 'em a lesson they  won't forget. .That'lljdo tho trick for  you, you may depend. It's that searching that in about flvd minutes, from now  your lordship'li boablo to feel the jitiM  in your backbone hy on'y merely pi-(K-.s.  in�� your 'and upon your watch chuin "  Lord Arthur was conducted i,ito the  saddle room, whence ho presently  emerged, walking unstcridijy mid roll"  ing his eye*, while Mr.. Jenkinson .<  turned to the stable yard,with a blniui  smile upon   bin rubicund'  tlio  terbuck hurried   towurd  him froi  direction of the house and said-   "  "How are you, JonkiiiBouv   \r.  you?   That fool of a groom of tjZ ^  mado somo idiofcio mistake and I r  me a bottle of filthy KCent, or ton^t"  of  tlmt kind, inettad of  tho red  it'8  that I wanted for the mara'a buck   p  lofiH I can get hold of eoine I'm Ly,'  to  gall hor tomorrow.    I daro say I  know, Jcnkinsou; thnt thero aro' hor-OU  whom tiie very best of ridera can't he? '  galling  in the absence  of special or  cautious." p e"  ,     '"'Uertninly, Sir Thomas,"  aii,,were,  <bc stud groom.   " We cun let you L  us much red lotion aa'you like."  "Ah!    But  is   it the right  k  wi-h you would   just allow me  at ic." ,     ,  A irottlo was produced for Hi. TLn.ma..  inspection.    Uo examined it, Hhoolr hi  head and   grumbled   under   inn Lttutfa  but said   ho supposed it \vould  bitv�� to  Co.    "How such a stupid   blunder Wa  Lave   boon mado is more than I can nn  ileii-tund,"   ho   renmrked.    "My um  pwoara he fcavtj jne tho  lotion all" right  bnt I   traveled'down   with a couj,|e 0j  ladies, and   it to happened   that 1 had  to deliver a bei'tle to each of them froa  their respective maidH.    I wonder if j  could possibly have misdealt!"  ava  nd? 1  to 16ok  (To bo continued.)  GUARDS AGAINST Thi EFT.  TIip  Tlpi  111!  Bank    of   Iflnsrljiiul    Ilnj-��  From Clcv.-r C'i-ooUh.  \ll sorts of odd incidents tu-cur in !���__��.  id's h.inking ein-h'H, whcie' Mri<-ie..t  im-iistiivs are tukt-u to protect iiv:isur��  fiom the rubbwrs and lnir-.ri.-uvs. Snuie  ,of the institutions pay c.'ihh fur infnnaa- '  tif.m of, iiml in some ea.��i��s _n.m, the crim-  iiin!;; themselves. The Bank of Kudaud's  yearly ' budget always con Hi jus .-in pX.  pease item due to .such out lay... Th.- fir.u  exiK-rimeiit* of ,'tlic* kind detea ba>-k to  1N">0., wlieti the directors of the bank listened to a startling proposition'made by  n "ditch digger."  Tlie .laborer told the directors that he  -had  discovered  a  new  and   uti.sii*-i,,-cu-d.  method of getting into the cellm- v.mlt^  where the gold ami silver .bars wen.- kept,  and that he jvnuld sell hhs secret to iln-ui  for money.    The directors hesItftU'd. I*.  iicving that Ihey tyid taken every iu*-.--*:ni-  tion against' loss from the vaults in put. .  ting  up  heavy masonry,  with 'plenty uf  iron  bars, und  by manning the Imililia;  with   armed, watchers,   but, finally -ikr  grunted   the  man, cwho   .seemed   to  ta.  fairly,  a  chance to try  hi.s  plan,  mvh  night was named for, the undertaking.-  Al the appointed 'time a committee ol  the directors descended to the cellar ami  heard a peculiar scratching sound uiidi.-r  their foot. Two hours Inter the .ilouf  opened, and the ditch digger bobbed up  serenely, like, the evil spirit in the spi-c-  tuetikir drama. All around them lay Imrs  of precious metal, totaling in value ��3,-  000,000. The man explained satisfactorily how it was done, nnd as a reward the  directors assured him-an .income for life  ou an investment of $10,000. The crook  was content, and it is believed that he remained honest ever afterward.  'lint other cracksmen were tempted hy  bis   luck   to   try   tll.j   tmiiio   game,   uuU   liv  directors    v.-ero    inundated    with   suggestions and'tips on new-'methods of  burglary  and   how   to   prevent   them.     Tlie  directors   tested   them   ah   aud   paid   for  many that proved to he of value to tht-ni.  Among other things they paid :?20.<><v) fi.r  a process,  invented  hy a young choiai-t,  for copying (he ink. paper, wafer mnikj  and "designs of ihe bank notes so perfectl-  11s to defy detection.    The directors f..i:nd  they cmihl use his system moie s,-iik;";>e-  torily find more pmliuibly than their oto  in the production of their cniivney.'  Despite thc fact that .these exj-n-li-  11 ires have run up'into big figure? in t'.-.e  last half century, the directors of tn.l.iy  say that all the money was well invoti-1.  TRIMMING THE  HEDGE..  One  .Itun "VVlio TIiIiiKh  It  n Very r��-  oiiliar  Opcrulioii.  I   saw an  honest farmer trimminp sn  osngc hedge over in Henry county.   I �� is  a ve:-y peculiar operation, and  1 li.stencd  to it with a great deal of intero--f.    I m.-  likened   because   (he   interesting fi-.iti.ro  of trimming a'hedgc consists not so n't'cb  in what he says.    The honest farmer lid  a erovk.-d knife on tlie end of a hue ha:-,  die.     He stuck  ibid hito tho' hodgu aw  gave il n jerk".  Then he said:  "Ah!"  Then he jerked ng.'iin, and down ��..is*  the hedge switch. Then ho said:  "Ah-h!"  Then   he   took   hold   of   the   wirherrJ  switch nnd drew it from the hedge. t]..a  he put his thumb in his mouth ami ������!���>*���  on one foot and said:.  "Ah-h-h-h!"  Thois .he once  more, uiito  tho breach.  dear friends, inade another prod Willi tli.  hook am! said loudly:   ';  .... ",<!ee whiz!"  Then..'lie..jerked   nt   a  wicked  lo-'kUUT  brunch with his hook and roared:  "('.rent shakes." ., r  "f'Theii he imljed out u -crooked' bnyttdi  so.full of' (hoi-ns tliat it hinde your l'--,:��  ache lo look at it, and when, he sliinil'l';'1  over it and it .wrapped .itself .iiroun.l In*-  legs he stood still for n'soeo'nd. then diet>-  ped hi.s honk. lifted his "hands to -beavt-n  ami screamed: '   '     .   ,  "Oh, bloody/murder!"  I,  The next rake ho made he hronKl!* s  whole top of a hedge plant\wiih��� th'1' l>'  six-,branches right--down on ��� hi* 1,!"'K'  Then he threw his hedge .he"k ly  .across a t.enacre field, opened his_.ni.'!"''  thrice in 11 voiceless gasp, spread hisiH"11)-.  out,and fell' down. Hut on his face. ' j'-  his toes into tlie turf, dnunnieil ll" .'"_  turf iii agony with his clinched ii--"* '"  wailed like'a storm-'of wrath: ��.  "Oh.   dad   essentially,   take   "������*���  Somebody take him off!"  When lie gol up. he said 1 sci'ti!<''_  teres led in hedge trimming. "����' '"'.^'j  (each  me  how  to  do'it   myself.    ���_���"  uo,   I   woiildnT   d-v   to  'learn���I   u"  on  I'll  I!'  ike lo know  nzy.  how, but I. was.  l.M't  it wm  iv  Wi  'priiu'il'11  ���.t.ut. Mr*  113  At th- i,u  ��� i.y'u   '  .countenance  ��� a Glut-  A   Confidence   (in"  "How did  you   liko  your  speaker  at   tho  club  last     '  Jones'."        ���",-'' ;,  "Ho mado ns tbo victims of A"f*6'^  tenses, sir.    He  shall   never 'talk to  again with my consent.''  "I thonglit'lihn ono of tho jiios  sciontionn of men. " ,,.1,1  .-iotoianHi"o*ol7  com11"-1  cial extension, and ho hdkod for *���  hottr and a half."  st con  ���.'Well, lie's not,  say only 'a few  words' about  W^^^^T^W THE*9MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C.  of  CATCHING A CROWD.  ,r..  Mure   Wuyn   Tiiun   One  *h'r* ' Doi����  It.        ,  "fjeatlciijcii." began the fakir as he ar-  ,'(,'] Ins bottles  on  the l.,lll"  table at  'jlp'-l'i'vcr' on.cr and got ready, for bnsi-  "������lii, anv one in thi.s crowd got the  totili."'1'1"'      l     , . . v  s<> ,.ue iiii^weied him.  ..ji u .'tn\L".-dy g<>t tin* earache?"  \o ('mc h'��J that sort of nu ache.  ������][,.u- nay "* ���vo" ��"1 IJ'-''"i'algia or  ,i,?i!ii::'ti.->i>''',    Di-ii'l  1-' afraid   to speak  ,' "j Winn fo .sln.w you how (jtiick I can  J.|i,M- all puju."  .\o (,iic spoke up.  .'.\\-iv will, geiiilr-men, very wc-ll.   Now,  -eI1 'lias-anybody  a  lame back,  a s-(jff  i.,i,v''-',;  a plcinisy   pain?     Has anybody'  ,-ot.i lie.-idiicJu*.  \\'('t .1 a"' ���������"��� anything to say.  '���l.i,t sfi"-' ���'f ���v<".1 ",U1"' llilv-' corns or  1%.a,iJ nn hunioiisV" persiVied the fakir.  i'l'( li.. tunic "P. -1"** ���*'���' remove them for  not!-;!'-'" _ ��� "  >'/.( .; man came up.  'V(i) "ell. gentlctueii, very well.    Are  [rpiii./nblcl u'ilh diindrnlT?    i'��o .W;|l suf-  S ft r \. Is li in-'iniihiV    Are you low spirited ,  lnVii''- 'nnl luid j'uiirselr thinking o'f sui-  iti-.-.  Iy appeal    ivih    like   the   others���iu  lyjis   The  crow fi   elbowed  each' other,  llj[:..i ..lie a.iviinceiL   , ,  '"i;, i.ili-inen,"   continued   tho   fakir   in  ! plai.'.'.-i.c !'"'"='��� "i-s there, not one man iu  ;th.M'iv.il uho i" a .*?un"i-rei* from /-utitnh  oi n-'ii'.nn or hay t'ovei V   |;; tlicrc n.-i one  pirs-'ii '.\iio n-aliz-'s  that  cori��;umprion  is  lacti.. :i;" I"1   ,!)   llis   '"{it   sleep?   'Oiii-  mail e-t i-f every .live hay a liver trouble,  and -in- out of t-u-ry 2U,h,JS, a  touch of  _.ii_..i\ ili-.-ase.     I   ask.'tiie  sufiVrer  to  tlei> np )i''ie .'wiJ be cured tree, gratis."  Tli.-ie wii- no sf.-pping up.    The fakir  looked blankly  around  on   the upturned  fad's ''ir n luhinte  aud  then  descended  from I.i-*' l-').'< to say:  "\'iry v.-i'M, iri'iitlemon, very well. Now,  then. I  v. 'iii.-iiit   this "pi'i.'paration  to rc-  niuii'  paint, -grea��e, oil, tar oi; any other  k'iii.l of spm froni clothing.     It  will  not  ; fade  th-2   goods,   it   will   not   stain   the  IfcaiitK   I guaratitee"r���   '  Tii. ic- was a rush  from all directions,  itml i..r  the  neM   lo  minutes   he   gave  jdifuiL'e and  passed  out  the, bottles  with  [Lolli hands.-Tit-Bits.  There aro so many cough medicines In  the market that lt i.s sometimes diflicult  to tflll which to buy; hut if ,wo had a  cough, a cold or auy a.llietlon of'the  throat or lungs, wo, would try Bickle's  Ami-Consumptive Syrup. Thopo who  hare u.-ed It think it is fur ahead of all  other preparations reoomnionded for such  complaints. The little folks like lt as lt  as pleasant rs syrup.  oiiceman  count  acted  or   not."���Chicago   Timt  Ciidoulitedly 'n  Ffnad.  Myrtli'���Why  do you think   the  is a fiv.ndV  .Alice��� Hecause   of'the   way   he  P^L'^n I showed him thc paper containing  [an ncduint ef papa's failure.  MM-ile���What did   he do?    Break .the  je:;s.igeirietu ? .    .  Alice���Nic, he threw his  arms around  Jt-: and said, "Never mind, darling, you  iwid 1 can he happy as lung as we :irc left  |u>   i-ncli   otiier,   nn   mat lei*   whether   we  _JJiave   money  palier.ild.  fMINARD'S Liiim^Llnitafl's Frleiil  The   nr.'ifion   mill   tbo   Girl.  II    ^'lle:: (i'�� "JJii'h'ii in tho old Teutonic  K- myth  saw  the  dragon  approach,   she  Pwas much terrified.  "|    "Are yon going f0 devour  mc?" she  . dirit-h-d. chipping her hands agonized ly  .    "No.   Maude,"   replied    the   dragon  V.-arcasiioally.     "I'm   simply   going   to  ate your  chewing   tmm   away   from  -i-ei-,'���a���P���,iy  Cure��� of  Cat  -After 12 Vears' SuilVrlnjj.  JAPANESE CATARRH CURE . CURES "  Mr. Th69. Crawford, Sa.geant Vancouver  Police Force, wit��: "I have bee'n a great sufferer from catarrh, whJoh..l contracted over  17 5 ears .go in Winnipeg. 1 lrio4 m B0.  f.ih.-<l c-iuu-rh cures, consult wi physicians  catarrh specialists, and not one of them �����  me more than a littl* temporary relie'. About  two years ago 1 tried Japanese Catarrh Cure  and since conip.eting this treatment 1 have  been permanently cured. I can highly rccorn-  rnend It���the first application relieved "  -SoliI by all druggists. Sn fi,],t, ,Wrt-p siimile  A�� r"y perwn "uffwlni? from^ cat^rfa  hnelose ,0-ctnt M/unp. Audress, tl e Griflkhi  4 Maepherson Co., ]& Church street, Toronta  '     CUT THE BEJEWELED   FINGER.  Whereupon "the ��Con,������ Sat Upright  In tho Collin.  John Tapscott of Dallas countv-, Tex.,  tells the following story of the death of a  woman who was a cousin of his mother,  then living in Ilfracomb, England, which  occurred many years ago. .Mr. Tapscott  said: '\\heii the lady in question was  buried, there was upon her linger u valuable diamond ring. The sexton who officiated at her funeral was aware of this  fact, and it excited his cupidity. He reasoned that he was poor, the lady was  dead and the valuable jewel could be of  uo possible use to her down in the cold,  dark tomb, but could he possess it the  cash it' would bring would buy many  comforts for his wife and little oiies. He  resolved to disinter the body aud steal  the ring. "  "About the" hour, of midnight following  the burial he stealthily exhumed thc lady',  opened her co.Iirj by the pale glimmer of  the waning moon, and, lifting the white,  dainty hand, attempted to Wik6 off the  beautiful ring. It fitted so tight, however, that he could not remove it, and desiring to get through with his grewscmie  task as quickly ns possible, he took out  his pocket knife,, intending to' amputate  tht! finger which refused to give up its  jewel.  "So sooner had he made an iDcision  than the supposed dead woman' suddenly  sat bolt upright in her coffin. The startled sexton, frightened almost to death,  tied with the speed of a cannon ball  train.  "You see, thc woman was in a cataleptic state and supposed to be dead.    The  moment  the sexton's-' knife  entered  the  flesh her nervous system responded with  (he rapidity of telegraphy, the circulation  stalled up, and she began to breathe. The  coo! night air revived her enough for her  to get out of the codin and  walk to her  home, a mile or more away.    Hinging the  doorbcil. her husband looked down from  a second story window and was startled  nt 'seeing a ghostly, ,v,hito  robed  figure  standing on the porch below.   He was too  frightened  to come down,  but  after repeatedly   ringing  the   doorbell   tbe, door  \vjis opened by the servants.    After the  consternation of the moment was over a  most happy reunion followed between the  Woman and her household. The poor sex- ,  ton was not only not prosecuted for gra\��e  robbing, but the grateful woman presented  him with .the coveted  ring, while her  husband gave him a large sum of money.  His greedy desire for the ring had been  thc means of her'reicuo.    She lived .several years and  bore several children before she died in fact."���St. Louis Globe-  Democrat.  HIGH  LIGHTS.  Some   Pointed   I'nrai;mi>l.M   More   or  1-ens lo die I'oint.  With   what  stationery  ye   write  ye  shall be written unto.  , A strong minded woman  never has  to borrow a penknife from a man.  When fortuue knocks at a rnan'3  door, she sometimes holds it open and  lets the flies get in.  The reason people don't value our advice is because we are so willing to  give it away.  .Sometimes an optimist is a pessimist  who doesn't want other people to catch  his disease.  When a girl refuses a commonplace  man, he often goes away aud gets to  be somebody just for spite.  A genius is a person who can make  lemonade just sweet enough and just  sour enough' for everybody in the family.  Truly a Brute!  Mrs. Oldham���Doctor, what shall I do  to prevent these horrid wrinkles from  coining at the enrm rs of my eyes?  Doctor���Stop getting old. madam. Two  dollars, please���Chicago News.  Street  Car Com*ie��j.  "Don't   you   dare   touch   my   shoulder  ugain, sir:"  'I   was   only   taking  MKS. OILHULA.  a-  Some twelve years  ago Mrs'. Elizabeth  Gilhula, wife of the  postmaster of Buxton, Ont., was taken  ill with an obscure  stomach trouble  which her physicians pronounced  c-��.ncer of the stomach and informed  her that her lease of  lite would be short.  On the advice of  off your back  if you say so.  a . pinching   bag  Here, I'll put it ou again  ���Chicago Itecord.  A CAR__l-"ULLYP..._-_ AR.-.il PIJ.L.-  -uuch tl'ue and attei.ti n v e o ex;e.,ded  In tne experiment, g with ti.e i g-edi-  ents thafc enter 'i to h comi os tfon of  Parmelee's Veg ta-le Pills befo.-d tiny  were bionght >o t e st.te In which they  were iirst offer- d to -\vi pui lie. Y. - ocever  oi her Pills may be, Parme'.ec's Vegetable  Pi-Is are the result of much experiment  and study and all persons suffering fr.m  dyspepsia or disordered liver and kidueyH  may confidently accept them aa being  whfct they are up:esjn oi to Le.  POULTRY  POINTERS.  friends she commenced taking Burdock  Blood Bitters. The results that followed  were little ' short of marvellous. Her  strength and, vigor returned and in a short  time she was completely cured. Mrs.  Gilhula is to-day in the full enjoyment of  good health, and in all these years there has  not been the slightest return of the trouble.  Here is the letter Airs, Gilhula ivroU ai  tht time of her cure :  " Ab��'.it four years ago I was taken ��ick  with stomach trouble and consulted several  of the leading physicians here, all of whom  pronounced the, disease to be cancer of the  stomach of an incurable nature, and told  me that it was hardly to be expected that  I could live long. Afterward the two doctors  who were attending me gave me up to die.  "���'By the advice of some of my friends,  who knew of the virtue's of Burdock Blood  Bitters, I was induced tu try it, and I am  now happy to say that after using part of  the first bottle I felt so much better I was  able to get up. I am thankful to state that  I um completely cured of the disease by the  use of B. B.B., although it had baffled the  doctors for a long time. I am firmly convinced that Burdock Blood Bitters saved  my life."  Here is the letter received from her a short  time ag-o ��� ��� '  " I  am still  in  good  health.      I  thank  Burdock Blood Bitters for saving my life j  -twelve years ago, and highly, recommend  It to other sufferers from stomach trouble*  of any kind." Elizabeth Gilhula.  I Musi h&veihe  {fenaihe, The  imit&tkmslook  veiy stice> but they  TV.fi AucrtToiuet So as Coy,  ]  Cut tills out and a end It totia with the name of rots  S 3 nearest express office and we will ship yon thin YIoLLk  with Outfit by exjircis. sul-Ject to examination.    Ki>  amine it at your express olllce. and If you find it exactly t*  ���. ._ we represent It and entirely satisfactory, pay tfc��  ���SJGb rxpre..3agent our smcctal price. M.teacd  ���4~jZ__-SK- exnresa charges.    Tills is a finely finished.  rcrular  .9.00 Stradlvarius model Tlolln,  richly colored, highly polished, powerfal  and sweet ln tone,    Complete with fctt��  bow. extra set of strings and resin.    A gwmio*  bargain at the price.   Buy direct from us acil save tho dealer'3 prom.  Johnston & MeFarlane,   Box   VJ L,  Toronto,, Ont  <��o   qtrtHl/  ���ftsds ffj[(/ fotf-rf- J^UfHy. <&Misa  WHY YOUNG   MEN   HURRY.  "! 3JW1 "  .'     WltPIK'O  gum  . we sec   that even  a dragon  ������,fc">"''ii!iia!ly becomes tired of being asked  iiwl.-li questions.  ABRAV^WOMAN.  r pvi Drunken Husband Was Made a  ��� ��� So.er Man by ^Determined Wife.  ' 01,     A PATHE_TIO  LETTER.  ��yhti^ym1'.1 haa r��r a i��n�� um�� ***��  Ion t7\0f try,n*   -.ho Saninrl.1 Prescrip-  Mnti^V"?!16 on  my   husband for his!  c i"���."B ,ahi^. bac 1 was afraid he would !  Th* StruKK'c to Mnke a. Fortune Before Tlicj- flench Thirty.  Xo render enn  escape Ihe. general  impression or 'intense, feverish, concent rated effort 011 the part of Chicago's youug  men.    No observer can fail to notice the  mad rush for' moncv on thc part of every  youth���that youth  which  is at once maturity and childhood, which is at once inexperience   and   wisdom.   It   is   the   ever  present,   the   never" ceasing,   the   hast��  compelling condition of the town.   1'ouug  men of 25 leap into business,  fisht furiously and unceasingly every  moment of  the  day���on  the  street,  at  luncheon,  in  greeting acquaintances, as in the ofliee or  "market. ���   They   force   into   play   every  nerve and   faculty:  they bring every  attribute of their being to bear in swift assembling,   sudden    investing   of   fortune  from   tho   gods;   they   rim:  they   hurry;-  c to speak  whole sen-  Daik feathers usually cover a darl;  skin.  Lazy hens lay  on  fat;  busy  hens  lav  egiis.  1 0  Milk- and hi an for growth; mill: aad  meal I'or.ffat. '  !>���> not allow the droppings to accumu-  ' late in summer.  Cunt. when, fed exclusively to the laying hens, ha- a tendency to fatten rather  than lo produce erics.  I.c-poris of extraordinary   profits  from  ���i one hen should he no guide in making an  estimatp on  any  particular breed.    The  luernge is tho guide.   '  The iibjoeth.n to feeding cayenne pepper and otiier condiments is that thoy  have a tendency to disorganize the  stomach and to produce indigestion.  The odor r.f C(ir��lina tar'applied on the  criu-k- and jdlnts of .the poultry house is  beiuo'eial to tho health of the fowls.  Crude ear-hylic acid applied on the perches is benetieial.  K.irly hatched pullets'should be kept  growing steadily, s<�� as to be reasonably  well matured by early winter, and then  can b ��� depcndi-d upon to lay regularly  through the winter.  One of the most important items iu  raising gosh'mrs is to keep them dry ami  warm when they arc first hatched. After  thoy get re.-;--i!!iably well feathered they  may be given free rnir,ri\���Kr. l.ouis Ke-  oublie.  MARD'S UKIHEKT is used 1)7 Physicians.  Accounted For.  Mr. Crude (to wife at breakfast table)���Our neighbor. Mr. Lens, the astronomer, tells me that they have discovered more spots on the sun.  Crude, Jr.���That's right, pop. I put  them there in a little scrap he and 1  had. yesterday. ���Richmond Times.  When TrnmiiB Were OneIesH.  ��� "You inay^have heard this story before," sn.id' one of the delegates to'" the  whist congress at the Auditorium yesterday, "but do you know'that there  was once a man who got all 13 trumps  and yet succeeded- in taking only one  trickV  "Oh, pshaw!" exclaimed another expert, "that's impossible. :It wouldn't  make auy difference how,poor a player  he was he'couldn't help taking all the  tricks if he had all the trumps."  "Nevertheless, it's a fact that one  trick was all he took."  "Well, will you please explain how  such a thing could happen?"  "He trumped his partner's ace on-the  first lead and was immediately thrown  out of the window."���Chicago Times-  Herald.' ,    '  An   Eipert   Itims'er.  "Billy, have you ever followed a wild  mountain trail ?"      '    ���  ''No, but r.'ve gone all1 through a  modern department store."���Chicago  Record.  floinnrkiilile. c  ' 'He must bo wonderfully clever with  the pen."  "Why?' ���   ;_^. -*---' "'  "Even his wife sometimes reads what  he writes. "���Chicago Times-Herald.  A SUCCESSFUL IMEDICIJSE ���Everyone wishei to le *u ce sful.iii *ny undertaking in which he may engage. It is,  ther. fore, <.\tremoIy grattiving to the  p-opriocors.of Parmelee's Vegetable'Piils  to know that their efforts to com p. und a  medicine which would prove, a. blessing  to man dud havobjin successful beyond  their exi eefcatious. Tr.o endo.sation of  these pills hy the public is a guarantee  that a mil has be. n produced which will  fulfil everything claimed for ifc.  The  Tnterentlnflr  Point.  "Did you hear that Rudyard Kipling  had, been bitten on the thumb by a  dog"?-''   .'  "Yes; I hope it won't prove to be  serious.'''  "Oh. I'm not worrying  about that!  What' interests  me   is  which   yellow'  journal will , have the  first   picture of  the dog. "���Chicago Times-Herald.  FOR THE  A   Boy  With   a   Height   Future.  One of the tasks set to a boys' class  was that of writing a short letter to tho  master. One youngster-added a P. S.,  which ran, "Plese xcuso bad riting  and speling, as I aveut beeu taut any  beter."���Tit-Bits.  CSWn.il-'.       . J       "'.".ii      iniuAiimwi iiuu  { ��� * n ������,snl'l,y  nearly nil spent, I threw  e "o'VVear /lml   determined to make an  orb to  ,��avo our homo from tho ruin I  at all hazards.    I 6ent for  ��ervoin i  ii>nM..Ir.;..al,d.1- co.��.(I sco iv bright "future  wm  KsJfPi-eid  **fho  ny-body tingling "with  hope anil  c     ......  "ut  beforo .hie���a  peaceful, -happy  Wmniimmin lh0 fr,od things oflife, an  tftsverr ��� ' lovll'�� husband, comforts, and  Shotynv.Vnydso ck>i"' to a woman's heart,  iShuvli Ul's,);.ml bad told mo time whiskey  KW_a..*llos.u!l-H,��i- ho' was taking a dislike  true, for before 1  tofora iSr �� hacl dono from his promises  ou thioli . -"over has, and I am writing;  KJfliin T lotter ,;0 tel1 -vou l>ow thankful 1  m\t0' i.1  ��onoa_ly  believo ft will curo tho  ^en.^?1'1!1^'ln  V^m scaled 'onvelono,  Sforn/A,^ eiv ng testimoninls-nd full ln-  ^kmini..' -y?11'11 directions how to take or  lT Iponr ,���^''^iinaria, Prescription.    Corro-  m    4-.S  consl'^red tocrcdly  conflden-  Vdnn,lrVoa* The Samaria Remedy Co.,  . ^oroaa street, Toronto, Ont.  f-P MDURD'S"LlilMENfTuliTHoase!    ������  ... ^ ...: ::     -  hin-.- A.'[m   Busponslou   bridge   industry  4 "J   uo established in   Winnipeg.  1  A.Xi��-   ''���   "���   inlend  1  "I'l-c^ hiiop��.'  eiilai'gint  their  jj Aljovvay & Champion  JANKERS   AND   BROKERS  i ���  362  MAIN  ST., WINNIPEG.  �����d  Stock*  bought, Rold, and carrrlod  on  margin, !  ''ifconav �� fUH !r y��ti wish to exchanee any kind of  ��J^Bda.'or t.�� "L_?^crn.,uo,lt ��r ?' N' W' ����*  i.Vl  1 ��r to send money nuy whero.  but. above nil. they rush  Well, they must.' They have but ten  yeaifl in which to conquer thc world.  From ^0 U> 'A0 is their limit. If they nre  not firmly established at the latter rage,  they'become useless and join tho great  ai'iiiy of incompetents who kiiovyyuore,  but "nre worth' less. If they aro siiccess-  ful at ,'iO, they will return fortuue to'the  end. ������ " ������ - ������''���..������"  '������' '1'herefare exceptions to this, rule, hut  they nre true. Some men essay the fortress of fortune when their hair is gray  and their hands unsteady nnd achieve it.  Some "come back" at '50, al'tur failing  repeatedly until that time, but the man  of .10 without, estate must calculate the.  heavy chances ait* against him. It will  ���be ..like''u"miracle if he ever acquires.  Now, it is ii fearful thing to look from  under gray hairs nt defeat. It is 'tha  saddest; thing in the. world. No wonder  the young men hurry. They must.���Chi-  cago Post. .  Ivy 'Prevent* 'Dn.��ipnc��s.'  ' There is a current opinion that ivy hits  a tendency to rot the thing to which it  clings. Tills is true of a large number of  other climbing.plants, but not of ivy, for  it renders the walls of almost every house  to which it clings entirely free from  .damp, extracting every.particle of moisture, from wood, brick or stone for; its  own sustenance. This It does by menus  of its tiny roots, which can work their  way even into the hardest stone. When  the walls are well covered with ivy, the  overlapping ���leaves will conduct water  falling upon them from point fo point until the ground is reached, without allowing the walls to receive any moisture  whatever from the beating rain. If there  should "be an exceptional case of ivy cov-  ored walls showing signs of dampness,  that will be found to arise from their  having been erected. on a wet and improperly drained site.-ClevcIaud Hum  Dealer.  Cn*t   For a  Speaking:  Part.  "Marry me I" he pleaded. "Say you  will marry me I"  "Don't be so importtuiate," she  urged.     "Give me time to think. "  "No, no," he answered; "you have  far too much talent to be .cast for a  thinking party   bKi-.PTICiS.M ���'Ih.s is unhappily an  age of &k< pt'ctsm, but there i-* one point  upon �� hi'jh pa sons acquainted with the  subject agree n um ly, lhat Dr. Thomas'  .Eebctrio Oi! Is a mi dicine.\\iiich can be  rehod . pou to euro a cough, icmove pain,  heal sores of various kinds, ana be efit  fttyiu1 amed portion of tho body :o which  It is appued.  C. C- Richards & Co.  Dear Sirs,���Your MINARD'S LINIMENT is our remedy for sore throat,  colds and all ordinary ailments.  It uever fails to relieve and cure  promptly.  CHARLES WHOOTTEN.  Port Mulgrave  Plaster Bays of tlie Past.  Previous to the introduction of Griffith's  Menthol Liniment, belladonna, menthol  and porous plasters were extensively used.  For pains in any pare of the body  Griffiths' Menthol Liniment is superior  to plasters of .any kind. It immediately  penetrates to the painful parts, relieving  in a few minutes. Sold hy all druggists.  25 cents.  Made ,by the celebrated firm  of Ault & Wiborg.  The latest and best.  PLATES  News, Miscellany,  Serials, etc.   Best in  the world.  Cast by the "Gat-  ling" Process.,, Th��  only plant of the  kind in Canada.  c  Of all makes and  kinds���new and ie-  cond hand. <  RII-JTS  Unequalled by any other in  Canada, in matter, paper and  presswork. ,.   .  I; na8.si.sted.  Fume.  They hud found the hero's first schoolteacher.  ; "Of course,'-' they exclaimed.-with  emotion, ."you thought, he would never,  amount to anything?'' -'   _���-.���  '"On the contrary;" replied this person. With tears in her eyes, "1 thought  he would amount, to-something.' .But',  pray, no not quote inei I do not wish  to do!ract from his f.iuic. "������'���  Yet. after all'.- the truth ihiglit come  out better now than after the hero shall,  have been nominated for president.���  Detroit Journal.     ,  Covdlutly Received.  Willie Washington���Those clouds are  beautiful, aren't they? So soft and  ileocy white resting on that pinkish  western sky!  Clorinda Wildhopes���Oh. how lovely!  For all the world like a lot of vanilla  ice cream ou pink saucers!  Willie��� Um���er���um���er���um! Think  you'd like some ice cream, Miss Wild-  hopes?  Clorinda���How nice of you to suggest  It! Whalever, put suClV a delightful  Idea in your head?���Chicago 'News,    y  As*'.for Minard's aud talcs no othGr.  Should take with them a supply  of Dr. Fowler's Ext. of  .    Wild Strawberry.  The British museum contains a very  full collection pf clay pipes, dating  back as far as the sixteenth century.  The custom of waxing the pipe end, to"  prevent It slicking to the lips,was introduced by the Dutch about the year  1700.  ���������  All Kinds for Printers  on  'And was no physician in attendance  vniir husbaud in his last sickness?" '  "No, he died a natural death!"  Cert llschau.  -Ln_;  LUCAS, STEELE &' BRISTOL  Importers cf Groceries  Write IIS. Hamilton,Ont.'  Circle Teas  1,. S. ,V Tl.ConVes  I...K. ,fc n. I'vlriieU  I,.!..* IS. Spices  TORONTO TYPE FOUKDBY CO:  ,   (LIMITED)  175   OWEN    STREET,  WINISTIPEG.  Head Office:   Toronto.  Pacific Coast Branch:   520 Cordovf  Street, Yancouver.  HIGH  GRADE   PLOWS.    SEWING    MACHINES,  ,Ciu*riiijyus,   Wagons,   HmwoxV.s "U in.liiii I is,  &c.    COClvSUUTT   ri.OW CO.,  WiiiniiX'fr.  If you can't possibly do a. certain  thing, try .to do it, and peopl* will admire-you for being "ambitious."���At-,  ehlsoii Globe.  C�� C  Cut tills out and return  uu  to   us,    with mime, of  your n��i! est exjiresa dlllc.!  ���and vre will hcikI thin watrli  ir you to examine It Is nn  ta.ee.  pold-plated,   dust imiol  e. handsomely engraved, ruled  ���lth Acnt-rlcun modul 7 JuwelJeU  (.torn wind and sot movtmiciit,  lady's or gent's   size. UUi  K.iod time piece, equal In appearance to  a ���25.CKI watch,  and   li Juat the thine  for  trading   purt.<v��es.     ir.   on  careiul examination you ana  convinced   this -.watch   is  worth far more than we tuik.  imy tho express   ��g..-nt   t3.QS  and exurosj charsea and it U  your?    Xerry Wiitcli Co.,  WL, Toronto. Can.  Those   who   intend  |S__^^-*gs*4?^s-^j;-5 trosiie:   camping    this  fe^p!^p*&Ei^_a_?.:....5-_.   _!.���..ii"   _���i._  1M^  summer   should   take  fj with them Dr. Fowler'fl  Extract of Wild Straw-,  berry.  Getting wet, catching cold, drinking waiter that is not always  j pure,oreatingfood that  | disagrees, may bring  ion an attack of Colic,  Alcnii   Acqiin  In  Ardnln.  Wheu a limn is calm in shipwreck, it  doen not   necessarily follow that^ho is  bravo.     He  may  be  seasick.  .Ionynp.1.  -Detroit  ases relieves the pain,  ;cks    tho   diarrhoea  prevents   serious  Jyr-Sgfconaequcnces.    Don't  So. ^^A^'.-if^ytnkii chances of spoll-  tM)��^sa*����2uaiu*Z&irifr r whole summer's  outing through neglect of putting a bottle  of thi.s great diarrhcoa doctor in with your  8!]j;iplies. But see that it's the genuine  Dr. Fowler's Extract of-Wild Strawberry,  as most of the imitations are highly dan-,  parous,        .  ��� There never was, and-never- will be,  a  universal panacea", in one remedy,  for all  ills'to which flesh is heir���tho very nature  ot many curatives, being, such   that   were  tho germs of other and differently   seated  diseases rooted in the system   of   the- patient���what, would relievo ono. iil in .turn  would   aggravate   tl;e   other.     Wo  have,  however, in Quinine Wi no,, when  obtainable iu a sound,   unadulterated   state,   a  romedy for many and griovous ills. By its  gradual and judicious use the frailest systems   aro   lud   into    convalescence    and  strength bv the iiiflueuco which   Quinine  exerts on Nature's  own   restoratives.   It  relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic suite of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life, is a  disease, and, by   t.rauquilizing   the  nerves,  disposes to sound and  refreshing  sleep-  imparts vigor to tlio action of tbo   blood,  which, being stimulated, courses throughout the veins, strengthening.tha  hoalthy  animal functions ot tho   system,   thereby  making   activity    a    necessary    result,  strengthening tho frame, and giving   life  to tho digestive organ si' which   naturally  demand increased substance;���result,   improved appetite. Northrop and Lyman, of  Toronto, hnvo ^iven to   tho   publlo   thoir  superior Quinine Wlno at the usual   rato,  and, gauged by the opinion of   scientists,  this wine  approaches   nearest   perfection  of any in tho market.     All druggists soil  It.  loD  --a.  (OI.  i bu  I tint  ���led  ec-  ���ilt  tc  rolls,  lilt  he  labia  ��iy  in  DC-  lie  n-  er  1,  Ir.  oz  tv-  .Kit*  limit  leno  worn  OF PERFUMED  Royal Lavender Blue  Will t>�� tent to anyone who will kci &�� JM^ent  .(or LhU cntiretr new household proOAratiou.  The Uluv Is put up In 10c. pHckAge* and uuar*  kntfled not to itreak or apeck the Unenl fabrlCH.  R.ch pAck*R9 contAie* auftlotent Illue to do  the bloirtir for nn ordinary (annlj (or about t  niontha. Il It the cheap��rM. moil oonveulcnt  and purleol Dlue in the market.  NO fWONEY  REQU3RED1  Anyone iendlne nam�� and addreoa will rocolvo  tho Fr*�� Qumple ami a number of puckiwiefl.  lOReiher with our big premium lislof V.Vatcno��,  Kings. Music*! Innrumei.t*. ��to., eta. Pro*  miums ��r�� flfiv��n for BcllinK J 1.20 worth and up.  Liberal ca��h coroml^ion if dct*trcd. When sold  return uj our money a��d iho premium tcloctsd  , will b* str.L  Do not dolay. Wrilo at once and sccuro tho  txticttcy tor n flrit-cliuu nrlto'e. th��t will civo  every satlafftctiaa. r.nd ii tiscd in ovory homo.  When writing mention Ihis piper  W'RlTtt NaMK AND ADDKKS3 VeHT'PLaINLY.  TORONTO CHEM"lCAl CO., Toronto.  CAPJ5 OF YOOR HANDS.  Ttierx la �� sroat knacS io otlng (H>|  lk��n4.       ^.aA^Cillla  ���"<��*  th*  siH  He i  ab�� ��  ������I-  boil  com  fair  be  B  bef  mi  er  hia  th��r  a   t  It  to  t����  ���?  Pn  Lb��  ow  ci  d.  fo  It is the coffee that  never fails to give absolute satisfaction.        =  The seal which ��� it  bears is a guarantee  that its purity and  strength have not been  tampered with, and that  it surely is  Cliase & Sanborn fs  Seal Brand Coffee  CREAM SEPARATORS . . .  If you keep cow3 you cannot afford to be  without a CREAM SEPARATOR, and if you  want to have the best, most moderate ln  price, and on easiest terms, apply to  R. A.   LISTER   &   CO.,   LTD.,  332 Kliiff St., Winnipeg-,  Dealers in Dairy Supplies and Produce, Oas-  oliuo Kn^liies,  Uomu Tread l'uwers, .Etc.  ll  "     I  %  msasmmiimmmaimntt  mtanss.  mmmmwmm ~*<��v-__.  v ?������  ' - 1 ,-  ni ���:-.  i*  'S i.  , -.r .  #:.!"  ���Ji.:.  ! .". '  .'���*.:  'J1 ('  ;i; ���: ' ���-,  &���������''    "  ,- fi ���> I'" J '---   '  ^ .V|-1- .'��� J-   i  ;#!?'."'--  ���-.Si Ly. - - ���  . yA\i -,- ���������-���^  :mmx  10AA  - ,;y  - il  ,'.-   I   !  .:.'���( ;���  .. *-, i .  . c -  ..".  I w-~.  ! '.\. '���  iAWX  r .; i  ^  east  ; bett  oulj  the  cjre"  the  ma  in "  ke  ler  re"  oi  trie  t'  .  ]  j.  R. COSTIGAN, Q,, 0.  G  !BZittBk&��&ti&2��rS*{}iRtti rrr'wMriffijgrSir^B  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  S.ttVTTK Si MUSGRAVE,  l?ul��liA!ioi-s.  <r08J.l-*ir STHrilERSTAD'i., I��rop.  Lager boer sold  by the  Keg or  dozen  bottles. '  0*i*jCK!   Baak ef Coninioroo Uldgi  RATES OF SUHSCRirTION.  Ono Year .' ?2.00.  All communications to 'the editor must bo  accompanied by'tho writer's name aud nddres.s  not necessarily for publication, bnt as evidence  of good faith. Advertising rates made known  upon application.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . . .  CRANBROOK,  B.C.  "* rrn ni"* Mf ���it~t  SATURDAY, OCTOBER'21, 1899.  il m  TRANSVAAL   MATTERS.  The desire for information concerning the Transvaal is,   under  existing  circumstances, a something not  to, be  wondered at.    Nor perhaps  is it  any  more strange that thero aro' few  who  can, off hand,   answor   the questions  asked.,, For instance) one ' often   hears  queries as to Kru'ger's career.   Therefore the following facts taken from the  Vancoouver   World. will    not   come  amiss.  ' S. J. JPauljl^ruffoi" w.s bqVn *.t Rus- J  tenburg in; 1825   aud*, celebrated   the  seventy-fifth an ni versa ry^of his birth a  few days ago.    In 1872 he  became  a  member of   the  executive  council  of  the South   African   Republic; under  President Burgers; in 18S2 he became  president for.the first  time.    In  1883  lie was re-electad  for   five  years;  re-  blected'in'lSSS,  1893 "and ' 1998.    At  his last'election, February 3/1899, the,  polls were open for a month, and 19,-  423 votes were polled,  Kruge'r receiving 13,746, ShalkT Burgers  3,716,  and  Gen. Joubert, the  vice  president  and  commandant general 1,943.  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  BORA     &   BREMNER  Are cutting 200 cords   of    '  wood to>upply|the"town  of Moyie.    All lengths at  Reasonable prices. '  MOYIE,  LEWIS THOMSON,  ' Notary Public, Accoux-  taxt, Commission *' and  Ins uh as. ce~ Agent.  Moyie, B. !C.  Wholesale; and  Retail Butchers.  SAW AMD. PLATO Mttl  SHOPS   AT  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles...  MOVIE,   n. c.  FOR>RIOKB,A|-PLY  OR  Wi.r.ii  G. R. MUIR, Mgr.  W. E. GURD,  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.  Fernie Fort Steele  Cranbrook Moyie Wardner  BEST   IN   THE   WORLD^^,  CRANBROOK,,,  B. C.  B.  C.  ir land  Metallurgist.  CRANBROCrlis  B.'C.  MeVittie:& Hutchison,  Fire and_Life'aasurance.^Min���  " Brokers, Land Surveyors and  ji *  Conveyancers,   and jf Notaries  .Public. . *<  Loavo Ordors at   Leader   Offlco.-jMOl'IE.  <B&n��Ief����t  ���JESS*  w  G. R. LEASK  ' r" i  Late ol Toronto.      ��  Contractor ^!Builder.  rLANS     AND [SPECIFCATIONS  FURNISHED FREE'OFJfciIARGB  Ay STAPHENSON,  Architect; Contractor and  Bnilder.*.Complete plans  Furnished aud Estimates  Given;,on' all kindsjof ;work  free of charge'.'  Ia the only etiefcy fly  paper'made. We sell it  and oiler' no substitute.  Fly poison, Felts, lusect  Powder, and all* things  nccessarj' to , make lifo  wor.hliying.  Fort Steele Brewing Co.'s  LAGER BEER.  Why?  HOPE & BEATTIE,  MOYIE, B.  C  Because It has the Pure Malt Flavor.  ; ,    ���o   FORT STEELE, B. O.  When  in Cranbrook  Call   at,the  PIONEER  p-*8T ^r^sTAjj-?^ /^r ip, jyr^s- x^n^x *$s-z$x T^-^-^n^s- -z^sT^^^rzyr' /^--- ,��.,...,_  H  K  The   word    Boer, ' in   the    Dutch,  simply means peasant or farmer.   The  Cape was a Dutch  colony   from   1652  till 1S06, wh.en  it  was  conquered   by  the  British.    The   flra.  English   set-1  tiers had airired in 1795,   but  it  was  not until 1814 that the Cape  of Good  Hope   beea-iise  definitely a  colony of  tbe British  Crown, ,an   event which  was followed by':a considerable British  immigration.o  The  first  clash    came  ovei-the slavery question.   The  Boers  claimed   the   right   to    enslave    the  native tribes.'   The   British '^contested  the alleged right.    In 183d emancipation   was   promised    in   the   colony,  which till thsta had  been  peopled   by  g.jcish    and    Dutch    alike.     What  .RddecPto the grievance   of   the Boers  was that the'slave owners among them  received  as   compensation   ordors on  London, which  they   wero compelled  to cash on the spot  at  ruinous rates.  The great exodefs,  or   tek,   of 1836  was the   result.    Some   six   _i?'ousand  Bbc-fs,   by   a   concerted    movement,  abandoned Cape Colony   and  moved  on to the unknown interior,   The bitter mfemory of   their sufferings  from  hunger and  thirst  and  from  the attacks of Biivago natives  remains  as  a  legacy of hatred among   their  descendants   to   this .day.   At   the Orange  rivbh the   trakkbtk   Ui*i*ied   into  tvjo  parties,   oue   of   which  'founded  the  Orange Free   .j.a.e,   tho   tfth'ei  boa..  tmuing _ further    eastward,    founded  Natel.    Both   states* w��re conquered  ?.      .,        ,,  ..;i- '  Those Confemplatirg.building will do Voll to  let mor'figure  ou tlio contracts., Write meat  .MOYIEIandlCEANBROOX,     -  Moyie, B. 0.  PIEPER & CUKRIE  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  By Seudiiig Your Work To tho  Lake Shore Laundry.  The only house in Ea.ft Kootonay  heated throughout with hotair.  First'class in every respect. Rp.cinl  rates to boarders. Good sample room  for "commercial men.  JEuropcau plan.  Open day and night.  JPHILIP CONRAD, Prop.  And -see tlie largest stock in  East Kootenay1. We . haver  everything you require, in  ', 3helf and builder's hardware,  paints, oils,?g!asa, stoves 'and  tinware. Tinshop'in connection. -  0. H. AflNER,-Prop.,    CiiAN-nnook.  COSMOPOLITAN'  I mm.''  S_UAI.I_ A MUSGKAVK.'I'roixJ.  CRANBROOK, - -  B. C.  GOOD WOHK,  TRICES   KEASOSA.BL-&  aper Hangers,  ecoraiors  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  I '  Repaired and'>lade to Order.  MOXIE   CLOTHING  CO.'S   STOHE.  ModorujIVork. c Estimates^FurnlsIie'd.  Boalore iu_AVall Paper and^trouldiuRs.  If you intend  to, paper  or.paint your  uuilding^efc.tid figure on your contract.  CRANBROOKiand, MOYIE.  OMIU WING  LAUNDRY.  Goodjwaahing.    iSro  chemicals   lued.  Prices heap cheap.    Near Moyio hotel.  NEW JEWELRY  STORE.  ' High grade watches' a;^specialty.    Ajnice line'of engage- '  meut    and    wedding    rings,  broaches, blouse;  sets, '"braco-  ��� lets,'chains, etc. Orders by  mail solicited." All work  'and goods guaranteed lo give  satisfaction,  Wi E. TATE,  CBA2.BROOK, ii. C. JEV/.ELER,  t  f  K  ���r  J  i  remner,'  A FULL LINE OF  Dryg-oods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware,  Groceries, Flour, Hay; and Oats,  Letter oiideks promptly attended "to  PRICES    RIGHT.  BOX  9S.  I'lIOKE g  oy the BritieH. ^ A majority of the  ifoers; farioe mbro-^eicg from Brii.^h  thraldam, crossed.!fee fiver Vaal and  entrenched tljemselv^ it] tbgf Trans-  'i'hst >as   i_i^l8'48:   i/arrased  vaal.  j n  p'y the natives' dud weakened bv ..  ternal chssehsions, the people 6i the  Transvaal became tubjects, of Gimt  Britain iii 1S75, in spito c/tiie o'ppOBi-  tibh of Paul Kruger and the o'tlicr  lovers of independence. Th'ty rose in  rebellion^in 1880, aud won tlie battle  of jMajuba Hill. In 1S8| Mr. Gladstone grauted'-'.liem Self /ge'vernmeut  under the suzeranity oi Great Britain,  aud in 1SS4 the terms of tho relation-  ship^were modified] by a convention  signed in London. One of the items  of the convention was that "all strangers have now and will always havo  equal rights and privileges to the  burghers.of the Transvaal," This, it  is claimed, has been systematically  violfttod; thi ftd_a ^scb'vftrie. Paving  drawn a large English speaking popn-  latioc into the country, and the Dutch  Boers fearing that, under a liberal  franchise law, thoy would be. outvoted  and made subject to Outlantler powcf  and influence. It is to enforce (he  rights of the 189,000 CutJan.ie'rp  Sgjihst i|.y 'cldi&e bl.fh.5 Ifydtf Boers  u^ ��ri tliis T^nsyurtl Ifa) FJIB present  "frar is throsiledcU.  That i�� v. hat Wo sell.. We carry everything in that line, both staple and  fancy. Our stock is the largest in  Nelson; our prices the ' lowest; our-  goods the best. Special attention; to  mail orders.    Write us.  Try Tluee;star Flour.  M. BeSBrisay & Co.,  iil*  SMN&. JLOUIJH  (CITIZJECN   OF CANADA)  LAUNDRY.  Wash,  Iron   and   JJ_.ru ^ti'likb] Class.  Prices cheaper thai! auybody. *  THE   LAKE' SHORE  Barber Shop.  Corner Victoria st.  and Queen's ave.  "VV- A. U.WIIITOX, I'rop.  A  Abekde'f.m' Block.  Kelson, b. c  -���2*'���t>,>  An Fnglish young woH'pn ititeHde  to a tart on a jojurr^ey .routi.1 ihe world  on a bidycie. if she aticiie to the bi-  H':).e 'dll the way siieil get dn   swim-  MOYIE, HEAST KOOTENAY, B. C  Tho above hotel is  neatly^ furnished.  Board $5.00 per week  Per day^Si.OO and up.  The bar is supplied with  tho best'brands of Liquors and Cigaia.   CANADIAN PACIFIC  KAILWAY  The daily service between  Atlantic   and    Pacific  by the.  IMPERIAL LIMITED  New FastUDaily Service.  'Wiihlhitpicsi- connectingjjsei"-  vicc to  and Jfrom* thc ....  KOOTENAYr^lOOUNTET j  M     i.l<efr time nnr-qald  East and Yvest  Through gfirst nlasa sleeper daily  to V.nd from '-Cbritohay Landing. Tourist curs pass Medicine Hat daily foi  St. Paul, Fridays for Montreal and  Boston,'Sundays aud Wednesdays foi  Toronto.  TK      KEG 6  AND  9QTXLZ8,  BREWERY.  -BHEVVERS   OF���  [   FINE LAGER   BEER  AND PORTER . .  , ,  R. Ri& few and Co., Props.  Ohdkhs Promptly attkkdko to.  M'eLlaN, B. C  FOR FIN38  1  ADDRESS  Oalifornia \?&"��tx&  NELSON.  AHSATEltR  ���a  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything-  in. the Printing  hrnM a-t *JM  FortfSteele Mercaii tile  COMPANY.  (LIMITED.)  Wo carry coinplclo lines oi  Dry Goods.  Groceries;  Hardware:  ���TO���  Hits.  Toronto 7 (J  Now York       t>3  Vancouver       4-J  DAILY  EAST  8:45tvo.  IIKS.  Montroul HO  Wliinlpu^ 3(!  Victorlii 4i>  TRAIN.  WEflT  NELSON,  ��� MOYJE lve.1.8:J5  i.'.V^-i/.-: .  V :* j  f. -vet.  %!���?*  AT   n ^0*i"X).'X  Cranbrook,   --   l?ost. Stiseic,  WUr&atai.  Train east makes b-bsb! connection  witli "Imperial Limited" at Medicine  Hat for all points East and Southeast.  Tr-iiri west makes   close   connection  'lt. .y?^nay ..landing'   for   all West  Kpotoh'.'.y   poi'ilc,  also   trV.uiflo    bbact  'nhd Main Line, points via.   Revchtoko  ���_ ���   ���   .'������    '���  Aniily tor S^to��, M?Iip, Time Cnnl.s, Tickets aini  ������till  '.'.forimitluii lo Nearest Local  Atfciit, or ^  ,, i,.'/g. k h?w, ftp!.;fe?ijiie.  liOBilRT    KERR,    Traffic. Manager,  .    . WINNM'KO.  -V.F. ANDERSON, K. J.-COYhE,  T. P. A. Kelson.       A.G.P.A., Vancovef  ,  T\  Quality  in Plate  MERCHANT TAILOR,  CRANBROOK.  liepairi.ig Neatly and Promptly Executed. Special Attention Given  lo Mail Orders.  Suits  Made to   Order.  There can being better, i"  an Henry BlrkJ  spoons and forks-  They nre extra hcnvlly plated with  pure silver. Iluriiished nnd fialahed  entirely bv linncl.  yne under nietnl Is the finest prnde of  nickel-silver, the metnl thnt has made  the best crudes of KnifUsh l'lnte. famous  the world over.  Made in their own factor)' i"  Montreal, and sold direcf from  manufacturer to consumer;  Write for illustrations.  TEA SPOONS       , tn cm.  Fiddle and Old English *���     $3.00  Queen's ,-uid Bead     -   - -       4-00    -      1'O.ST.X'Ain.  OTHCn   DKPTO.  Diamonds  Sterling  'Sliver  Watchej  etc.  ffeBryBirks&Sonsj  Birfcs' Buiidiogf.       }  MONTRF'AL. I  Jewellers to His Excr.llcr.i.y  the l-'iirl f-fM-:.!"  ^ifci_S>i___i  r$T  '���^'. ��?,  '���-"���jf^S-^^..  iSs^-A.y-'<:\^r.^>'. ���  L   VI    1*3  M  I In.- !"  nil. ���'������  i7-*~..r*

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