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The Moyie Leader Oct 8, 1904

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Array 26.  u,j/  o'  ��a  '<?.  "\  0Cr 131904  t-'  /r��  TOrt  IA  J^OYIJS, M, OCTOBER ;3,.19Q4. -  That's all right, don't worry.  that's wher0 they belong." Values like what we give keep us  ahead of the procession, Those  who rank first ail Vear Camp,  bell's Clothing. Buy up-to-date.'  clothing "at'- the., down-to-date,  Drices; - '   "    '"    " ' ,''  j.>.>*.^g-^g��<g'<g_!-^:  E***��  li  V  4NADM ...BANK   O'F   COMMERCE  Paid Up Capital   $8,700,000.  Reserve,      -     '        3,000,00,0  Total Resources   -' 83,000,000 G*?v, so, oi}  D?pD-iti Received.    Present. Rate of Interest 3 per cent.  miVICH. -��� '        F.C.MftLPAS. MGR  .It will Be Large pid  Commodious,  M 18 116X24 111  i     /��� ,  n  The    Hall will Be Opened  with a Grand Ball in aJ  Short Time,       -   *  The Recent Pires in Cranbrook  kid be taken as ft practical reminder that no one can aETerd to  fclhoulIXSUBAifCE. It pays to carry as much aa' you pos-  [CMbecause you may bo the nest yiitim.' J2TSJJB.E pith' tho  ia\ and reliable pom games represented t?y  '51  Morley hall, which has bpen leased  by the Moyie Aerie of.Eagfcs" /or two'  years, 'hat*' undergon^ 'a''wonderful  change "during-, the past ��� week.' Contractor 1*1. j; .johueou has h-,u\ aB"force"  of men at work for Eeverai daya making tnauy much needed improvements.  The entire inside fo being ceiled, with  dressed lumber, and a stage 10x21 has  been put in.' The stairway which'was:  on,the inside will be turn out and will  be replaced By a stairway ou the oat-'  side. This will give a clear hall 51  feet in length and li feet' in v/idtb.  Chair seats and a piano will'be ordered, and the hall will be ready tcuEe for.  allptjrposcs within a very short lime.  The Eagles will open their bail with a  grand ball which 'will probably be given within two or three weeks' time.  They: are   planning   to   have  it   the  grandest, affair of it's kind   over   civen  > ���--        -   .... -I      ,   ,    ,    =.  m the town. ��� The following coaunitte  has been appointed to look after the  getting up'of it: Ed Hill, J. Crawford  aud Obas. Hastings.  LOCAL NEWS,"   '  ; '    ^ _1_  *���' '���  Nerrt Monday will ke payday   et the  St. Ejugeuje'miae.   ''   '    '*'    "' *'  The Presbyterian cause ia receiving  S^.-A^TIiAK  Apply to Fa rrell <&  :��re  taking  ni  Grand Master Meelands.  look the Grocery Store iii   the  Lake Shore Addition.  .    Prices as low as Any.  J. W. FITCH, Proprietor,  IPKOMPT AND SATISFACTORY;  it!.eKin<; Lumber mill   took   place en September  hii-iran^ \;ci settled in full nn September 2l6t  ���you wi-.nt a similar troat ment in case of loss insure with  ARNOLD & ROBERTS  ber 11th, and Uie  - T. F. l^eelands, ex-mayor   ot  Vancouver and grand mapter of the Independent .Order   qf Odd   Fellows/   was  here this week paying tlio Moyio lodge  an official vipil.   It was impossible  to  havo therii?e of the  hall  ^yednesday  evenipg, so a special meeting waa held  in tbe afternoon at four o'clock. There  was & good��attendnnce, and tho grand  master delivered a very interesting ad-  drees. He complimented tho memb.ers  for holding the lodge together so well  during the period of   depression   and  keeping it in such good financial condition.    Healao  congratulated   them  on being so  well   up   in   their   lodge  work, being ahead in this   respect   of  somoof ���the larger lodges that he   had  visited.    Olcyer Hypnotist,  Don Carlo, the Mexican hypnqlist,  played a throe nights' engagement , in  Moyie .his week. His work \vn? f)uho  clever. His company will he Aer"  tomorrow, and he'will -sliow in the hall  uext Monday, Thurs'l.iy nd Kiidny  evenings. These entertainments are  well worth wi'-ne^ing.  a coat of painty  , B.ouse to rent  Smyth.    '  Mr. and Mrs.  Dill  the Spokane fair."  Father Coccolo was up from Eerpio  the middle of tlie week. " "       " '  Myall's stomach and Liver pills cure  biliion&uess.    25 coiiIb per box.  Miss Maggie fc_ecd left fer her home  in Ro'csVand Monday.  J?r, Cress, Vs., of Cranbrook waa  ui town tljie week. ' '  The rain during thc week   i<j   hav-.i  ing a beneficial effect   on" "the" water  supply at tbo St. Eugene.   - , ���  The first enow of" the season was  'noticed on the mountain tops our-  rounding Moyieyecteday morning.  NyaU's Iron .Slope! piji? euro that  tired feeling and tone the eytem.  Nyall'B Iron Blood pilla purify the  blood.   .50 cents per box.  J?. J. Cahill was seen in Montreal   a:  few dayEago.    Ho was the center'of a  group nnd was extolling tbe  possibilities of the west.'   "���     '      -���--���-.  ^. }V. Murphyio doing come neat',  work in the paper hanging and deco'-i  rating line. His latest work waa on  Mr. anil Mrs Frank Nelson's  house.  Profs. Wilson and Miller gaye an e,n-;  joyablt, social dauce after the entertainment last evening Tbey will give  another dance next Friday.evening  , Ou account of next, Monday being  payday the Odd Fellows wiil hold their  meeting on Tuesday instead of Monday'evening. ' -' '  Mies, M. MacLeod of Crar.Grook will  be in Moyie on.Monday and Tuesday.  October 10th nnd ll'th, -with .ladus'  ready-to-wo'ar hats and timmed   hats,  Moyie had a distinguished visitor  this week in tne person of M. Dreyfus,  icpusin'of   Captain   Alfred   preyfus  .He was here introducing  a new  kind  .i- .      ......    ,    -��   ..    .  .miuiug ste^l.  -BREAP���Twelve loaves for $1 at  the Palace reatauranj and Stewart &  Co.'b. '  Chas. Farrell was up from Morriseey  Sunday.  Mr, Strlflgham wae the lucky winner of the suit of clothes giyen away  by -R. Campbell &, Co. to the holder of  tli.e greates amount cf cash oho quee.  W. J. Atcbison, th,e druggist, is iu  Cranhrook this week helping 11. E  Bealtio to take ?tock, Inuring his  abseuco Frauk Murphy of Beattie's  etorc is looking alter the  lloyie  store.  A. 1). Rrumn^and  has   disposed   of  Jf.no^givaita.trial. ^tds of the-finest  quality.^icflp^yor. We always Jcc.ep it  in -- stock, aiid guarantee e^erv pound.  6FE  ���AND-  Mjoyie Liimber ��o.  -j METAL   MARKET.  I'TiJW  Xork���Bar silver,   6-7-J cents  Le&d', if4,20.    Zinc' (speller} $4.85.  Londoh���Lead, ��12 -  ilOOR.  8.  MO VI13.  ���,o3xr  HATS'  i-1 I'iir/  lsiiidu  .' ihohnat range;of hats in town.    See our union  " :vy. ov TUFyWEPT." They're beauties.  i  d.M  *njr  TH13   MEN'S   FURNISHERS.  7<^ri<yr^r^, zynprivrivs -^^v^^ ^ -^^'-  imperia  t'-MTPAL, (Authorized).  CAl'lTAL, (.Paid  Up)...  REST  .$.1,000,000  $3,000,000  .$2,850,000  n_  P OFFICE, TORONTO,   ONTARIO.  ���JMERRITT,rres. , D. R. WILKIE, Vi.ce-PreP and   Gen., Alan.  ^'. Awatam Gen. Manager.   W. MQIfFAT, Chiel Inspector.  A ccneral banking business transacted.  PBROOK' BRANCH  ^KAUTMENT���Interest nlluwed on deposits.,*!  Pop.   ^a���il*inal!  parts   of   Canada,   United   States and  special attention given to collections.  J, F  M. P1NKHAM, Manager.  ���<!.-  i'  **��-^^a-v^a,&^m^hs*ij��t^&.<r>i-&Vii: r.-*-s*uBz^ afi��J  i'Attentidii- Eagles!  ��� We have just received a   nice  assortment of FAGLK BUTTONS ui -olid (Juki. Lct'u scud  you one?  W. H.WILSON,  ������ Joweler. CRANBROOK, B. C.  N. B.���Articlcs boughtfrom.ua  engraved free of charge.  F> Jo Bradley & Co  PAINTERS,  PAPERHAflGERS,  DECORATORS.  Fmc si-n writing a specialty. Wholesale and 'retail dealers io wallpaper of  Ino Elfish, American   and  Canadian  manufacture    ;    _ ;,,catioa   and  Maniple.-!  &���--   ";*     ft  ..   ..  oatimatea .furnished  work in-our huo.  his iuterost in the West or p. hotel in  Morrissey Mines and is at thc coast.  It"is said th^t he has applied for ;.  position as provincial constable.  J^.m McJiay, A. Ri Stephenson,  Robt. Gardner and \Yti��, Applctou,  who left here sever.il weeks ago, are  now at tlie liumhvd Mile huuso ou  tho C:iriboo road where they M'ill re-  tnaiu for ihe v.riutcr,  Operations at  the  3awmill   of   |,he  Moyie ..Lumbering   and   Milling   C^-  were never carried on   more   successfully 't^han at the present time.   Manager H. Gamreon has eyery branch   of-  the uusineso uncler perfect control, and  is proving hiraseli to"bo the right, man  for tbe position which y,o holds. ' The  exceedingly small profit which is to be  made on lumber now io of course hav-  mg a disastrous effect on this  as   well  as'all of   the other mills   in   tbe   district; and it is ditEcult for the company  to raitke   a   good   financial   showing.  This mill is turning out f;om 48,000 to :  55,000 feet' of lumber every day and has:  nearly 5^000,000 feet of lumber   piled  in the yards.   Steady   shipments   arg  being made, and about 10,000   feet   ol  lumber leavps the piiU every   day   for  point3 i.c   the  Northwe����. Territories(  and Manitoba.    It is to be hoped   that  the future  cf this company   will   be'  bright.ee'Jha# the past, for ifc jlias   cer--  tainly bean ,of great benefit to ^loyie ;  in faot it kec been  ti;t>   ivj anistay   of  tlio lowp for t,_-G pn8t two years.  XteSOiUtl-QHSj   . I     Fred Hamilton, an employe   of   the  j East Kootenay Lumber Co.,   had   one  Tho following resolutions were   sent j 0[ ^ feet cut oir  by s circnlar sl?>w Rt  to this   office by   tbe   Moy'e   Miners j.the Ryan mill Thursday morning.    Ho  Union for publication : . i wa8 acting as '.'dogger" on the carriage,  Whereas: Moyie Miners' Union No-1 and iis S0I1JLl! N,/ay Lhe Iog   becam0   ou_  tangled and was thown against the  saw. An engine was rati from. Crau~  brook wiih Dr. Green, aud the injured  man was taken bai-k to tho hospital  on the afternoon1^ train.  Aooident at Mine.  The/irst serious accident since   tho  reoping pf the St. Eugene mine occurred Tursday    iporning   in   the   Lakp  Sho^e wokings, as a result o,f which 0.  Paulson, a Swede, niay lose the   sight  of one eye and Chas. RlcDowell received quite pain/ul   injuries   about   the  face'".    K. D. .Stinsoii    and   IMcDowell  were v/orjiing on a mdchine and I'aul-  aon \yas t)iucking close by.    Paulson's  pick struck a piece of a stick of powder  that wiis in thanuick and an explosion  .followed,    ��tinson- escaped,.uninjured,,  but the other two iq'en "W6r�� n��:fc so for-  t.unate.   The injured men were 'tak-sn-  to tbe Cranbrook hospital qn the after*  noon's train.    At fjrst-is Wis    thought  that Paulson y^ould lose -the   sight ' of  botbeyea, but there now seenjs to be'a-  good cbapoo uf them being saved.  Foot ,Gu-t Off  The Ohurohes,  The carpenter work ou tho Methodist church is , finished, and cervices  wore held there for tho first tiiuo on  Sunday evening.  Tho Catholic'church is roaring completion so far as tlie outside, work is  concerned. Carpenters aro working  on "tlio belfry, tower and steeple.   From  71, W. F. of M. has sustained an irreparable loss iu the uu:iuiely death of  Brother Sam McClelland, who before  liis suddenly latal illness wad in the  heyday of manhood's active might)  aud whoso high standard of honor aud  character proved ever equal to .every  uud reposed in' him, and he will over  be remembered by us n.s ;i kind, genial  and helpful friend iu\d br-ilher. Therefore, bo it  Resolved: That this union extend  to his bereaved .family their heartfelt-  sympathy in ihis their hour of grie f  and ask them lo ace through the  gloom a dutiful son and  brother  ^o:ie  on before, and we can furthei ntguru  thom that i hough fate decreed he  should die far from liomG and loved  ones, he retained tho love and respect of all who kt;-:w him. Jt may  well .bo'said .humanity is richer for his  having lived-'.��� Ro. it-further,  Resolved: That a copy of .thefio, reao-  ���r>*eru >v i>a��^v  usssa a  Have Troubles  of Their Own,  But  I  Have  uo   Trouble   hi fcteUIafif  tbo fouudation to the topof the steeple  lutiona tie sorit to ldLVberoavod family,  a copy sent to the local press and the  Miners' Magazine lor publication, also  ii copy spread   upon    the   records   of  is a height ot 02 feet.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  this union,  Committee;  Cuas. Ha'stikos,,  ���Tames Ijemmon,  Jok'n A. Welsh.  H-WTS  WHEN IN  on "all   kinds of  F> j. BRADLEY & CO.  OKANBBOOK  ORANBEOOK.  J. It. BOWNES, Prop.  Good rooms, good  tablesjaud  bar,  and firatclass sample rooms.  Armstrong -Ave  ,. Stock Mai'keti.  Stock   quotations   as furnished by  Messrs. Bealo & ill well���  St. Eugene..... .'.   Nolh Star....   ... ...... .y..  Sullivan.   Canadian Gold fields, -.'.  Intel.nat. Coal Coke. ...   Imperial Coal & Coke   Wesiorn Oil & Coal Co   [Flathead Valley Oil Land' and  Development Co..........."..'.'     25  Sullivan Group Mining   Company   Bonds............  100.00  War Script���'.���.-.." '..  21fi.00  47  .)  12  5*  50  50.00  25  CtGAKS.  If You WAnt Erri-mfc, Seis  Agent for Moyie TownsitQ Company  Vt  >;,''  AI  i   '. .  l   i '  ���������������  ~i   ��� ~ir-.aV'-*>"<: -r"r< -"��T".rr���~vrfriM   ��� ��y��^*|   ^�� �����* -TU ��   v7v - " "Wi  -nV^'rV   *r y" V "-"-J-'i-,1     *ri\    l1-1    '  "  *">J !
By    Marjorie   A..    Barkley
| C<»>n> l(;//f. '•■'«. '<« 7". C. .Vre'liir.. f
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, There was excitement among tlie
young officers ar, Fort Wayne when'
llk-ks. the little corporal who wore his
cap on the, side of his hcueV spread the
report that the girl from the east had
come und had hren escorted to Colonel
Klein's house.
'During thar, first day   there was  an
unusual   amount   of   promenading   in
Officers'   row.     Lieutenants,  sergeants
and even corporals found lime to walk,
in   approved   military .style,   past   the
colonel's (juarters. and  there was  one
who   showed   signs   neither  of  excite-
„inent   nor   interest.     It   was   Captain
Itoberts.     lie   told  his   friend,' a   first
lieutenant, that lie wouldn't go around
the corner to see twenty girls.,  Whereat   the   lieutenant   grunted   and   said
something about behavior in the Philippines,   adding,   with   frank  sarcasm:
,   "You're a peaoh, you are. to pose as a
woman" hater   after   cutting , me   out
with  the'little  seuorita   so  clean   that
-    every fellow in the regiment was afraid
to have you see his girl..    I know you
till right, old pal, and I'M bet with "the
rest that you take your little stroll,in
' the row on the heels of some.big headed corpora).     I  passed the house  myself," lie-owned boldly,, "nnd I saw her
too.   She's a regular beaut, Diek."
But  even   his  best,friend   failed   to
,  t'waken the interest of tlio captain.  He
went  so   far  as do  get   into  citizen's
'-clothes that'same afternoon and leave
'    the, fort for a walk in the river road.
This, by the critical corporals, was considered stuck up."
When (he captain reached a sandy
strip of bench a mile or more from the
. fort lie stretched out at_ full length
and gazed at tlie water where'freight
and passenger steamers passed on their
route's to (he great lakes.    '
His thoughts., .whether (hey were
upon commerce or 'navigation, were
profound indeed, for he started when
he heard the rush of a woman's skirts-
and saw from the corner of his eye
that a girl wa's approaching. lie moved a little, but did not look in her direction until the girl slopped and said
softly: "I beg your pardon, hut isn't
this—it is.' Dick. I'knew it was you.''"
Captain Roberts sprang "to his feet
nnd looked into the girl's (lushed face
"It's Margaret, ' Dick," she said.
Roberts took the hand she offered.
"Peggy," he said wonderingly. "Peggy, you tako m.v breath away. Where
did you come from?"
"I'm staying at Colonel Klein's, but
where did you come- from ?''*
"You,   at  the   fort?"   he   asked   incredulously.   "That's where I live.   Sit
' down here on this rode.    Peggy, Peggy   Adams,   do   you   realize   how
have  surprised   me?    When   did
strike these parts?"'
"This morning."
"Xo!   Then you're the girl from the
oast?   They've been talking about .you
my wiiiuoss n*>-"v* f.h-in onco. Ton
know I had only -JiT, to my n.n*je. and
I said that carriages wore too siow and
thai we wou'd much belter take a ear."'
"I had forgotten that." Te^gy said,
"but i remember how lighting mad yon
•were when papa rushed in. You s:<. >''
between him and me anil said, ';*.',
your daughter lias ••<>'n--entetl to l>e;,
cofn'e my wife"' <_»h. Dick, wasn't it
funny V"
"Yes," he said slowly. ••Sometimes
it seems,funny to me and soiiiclh.ies it
seems strangely tmyie. Thai we were
such babies is lhe only saving fact.
Poor kid-..'"' He sighed and turned his
eyes from lhe girl's fa to. "I suppu-9
you're enu.iLed now?" Lv said.
that happen'.-"
It an I I
-Load;, lo
Dr. >!.'<< IsnllJoflr Has I'ouu.l
jn<;  for an Antliiotc-
Klpe Old A;c,
Dr, MetchmkofT, the bacteriologist
o: the J'astern1 institute in l'ai is, has
disco wi i d iho microbe of old age.
■;.- d-d ii'.: make thi> s'.tlciaent in
•,, earn-, v.oi.lh, but thai is »'• lint his
!)!,-(.: \ (•.ui'.-s to. I!-' expounded it
,it ,i SL-ii-i.ti-ie l-.-i-tyre on the subject
oi " Senility '
I iif lecture! aAkof.
theory that sciu'.
in the cells in ■
:ntr  oui    t hat,   .. i
Humor and Philosophy
■ U
"I low does
, She .shook,
she said.
■l-i s
her   jiead.
Xo. indeed.
'And   you;
1 never saw
but one lovable glrJ in my life."     „
"-'md she wouldn't many .mw?"
"She wouldn't.    There  will never ba
another.    1 lost track of l.er."
"Put you didn't forget her?" the girl
asked softly.
ler   for  a   minute
"i never forgot
But it's too late to
doesn't care for mt
"Oh.  Dick, don't
ought to care 'for
that   yon   slay    ti;
should be enough,
fcpuil it."
"Will   you   give   mi
lion?" , he  asked
(ind her
iinyv, ,;y
i::y  that.
\ny gir1
you.    -Just the fuel
no   io   one   woman
Don't- give up and
i   recommend:!-
asked,   smiling."    "Say   Um!
of my  relatives  wove  hanged or
something like (hat?"
"I could say much better things. It
Is beautiful that you >ynnt to (ind her.
I like it, Dick. And ] think tne girl
"will like it."
Roberts looked deep into her eyes,
but he saw no self consciousness. He
forgot what he had road many times,
.that women are clever actresses.
"Your advice may be 'good," he said
after a few moments of silence. "Rut
what 'would, you have ,said yourself,
Peggy, if ; had hunted fou up .and had
told you about earing1" for you.- The
girl i.s very much like you. What would
you have said?"
"Oh, that's silly. Diek." sh-- said
quickly. ''You know you wov.idn't."
She looked past Roberts and frowned
uneasily. "It's going to rain," she murmured,  "and  I'm cold."
"Oh, I suppose so." Dick said gloomily. "She'd say that too. That's why
I didn't hiint her up."
"Rut it's'going lo rain. There, I felt
a drop, Dick."   •  ■
Roberts rose quickly and looked toward tho fort.
"By .Tove, it is, Peggy,    r didn't notice   those   clouds.3    Here   comes   the
wind.    We'll have to stand under those
trees  till  it  blows  over. ' I'm  mighty
sorry     niat   I   didn't   notice   it."    Ho
slipped   off  his. coat   and   wrapped   it
about the girl's shoulders.
"Oh,    don't,    Dick,"    she    protested,
know   girls   don't  take
as men.    They're used
:   a
ui.; •
it   i .
nil- !:
ll    e    V
|»IM„ .
ISlt'l." .
ri'0\ i •>
Jill I    It
ci'ti: o
rover'.-. ;*,
ui   l>r   ',
men o" ;.,i
nn,  ii*   ; i
i, 11 !     ' •   11
C . ':,*, .\i
ir. en ion
is   old   age?"
dismissed  thc
opitude  po'wcr
;,misin,   point-
h* contrary,    cer-
i. Iick.0  of the  hair,
-r  activity  in  old
oi <
now :« •.liouit)
-;!it, 1U0-1. 1j>  ]>.iiiea.-i il. Smith
li  >V. II
.1 .11 .   .
; rocieded     to prove
,ii.i. r'obi.iii inii-cLion.
t li.'i   iiiu robes    are
I-od*. V.
i I o t f /'.
,i ■     i .-.(•;<  • a,
-,:!.lil    Spend
l.dl .
-i   ■iibces, of   tho
ta"l d    ''inacro-
ihe-i" own ex-
; ..i.i.iii,',     tin-   i.n I'ieiiiily   nii-
,itid   ilius     prolong   our  da\s.
row  .seems   t.'.-a-l   llie   good   mi-
1 i.-ri: , 'i ui-k alter we have
a   ne! i a, ;i   aye,   nnd   llie   dis-
-.*,   thai fact  i.*,  the foundation
, Meiclinil_i>fl"s    theory.
i.e.gi   in   qiicsMon,   after
:   1   live,   compav
oiir downfall
ut .--I
ll.      JV."1 ii,-s    because   they
■. decay   i !•■*..   ;pi;ea.d  a glow
,in     oar   s\s:.-iii   which   pro-
i« If  decrepit - d".   '
\oritc  rcsid. nee   of'the    ma*
er   ' ••..;!       in   liiiuian     beings   is     tha
gi;i-.-i   i.r est'.-!".    lord's, in whose sys-
(e.  -,   i,!,.-   !..i;.'-i   organ   is   reduced   to
its   smallest   expression,   li\c   .much
longer     than . mammals.      A   radical
remedy  for  the,, inicrohian  malady   of
old ago would  be  the removal of "tho
great  intestine.      Failing   that'    method;     to , which   there     are   obvious
drawbacks, "in   the   present   statu     of
science at nil svi-ms,   i'r.  MetchnikotI
recommends    treatment    by     certain
foods,  su'ch  as curdled    milk,   which
will   introduce   into,   iho   system   bacteria     counteracting    what    he  calls
"our intestinal Horn."
On thc other hand, raw fruit and
vegetables multiply the flora, iniqucs-
tion rapidly. However, the only real
antidoto to old age will bo an nrti-,
ficially manufactured serum which
will- act directly on .the microbes of
senility. Ih*. MetchnikotI is engaged
on   researches  lo  discover  such a  sc-
Tlie^tirne now nijirtjclios when'one may
TIip tltiys to-fj^ awfully hot.
You  then  from your warJrtitic  with great
i   re select
'I'lit- airiest things you have got.
And when you h;i\e dressed with Immaculate   CHIC
The siuinkliinr cart man will compel  you
lo swear.
You start  In   the .morning most  Jauntily
You're fresh and epic span a? you please.
The birds sweet I v   sinj;  anil  all   nature  la
You're happy and q-eite al >t.ui* ease.
Then lizz and keii-«pla.sh-> ou are maddened at once;
You   are  sprinkled   and  .splashed   by   that
water cart diniiv! „   .
Tho man is no dune.*. thit'.ii.',h he's wickedly  wise; ' ■
Tie sits there'as 'silent as death.,
He   never   looks   up.    neither   ilu#s
1    arise
Ar.y sftrii that he's drawing his, breath
But  just  as   you   pass
A  different   look   quickly
' subject
the UM'
If    \.-.lll('U
.sols propel ly ih.'\
arlicie   "i
of   much
1 direi t  be
Wi:-(.*.!  l\
' n.-aj, u.
j- • ••   !i :s   bei-ii   Ihe
!,.s.-us -an.      ll   has
im; on iin: gou'-ral
how  t'l adju?
wi.ul.l prove a
ad   of   ire   * in
t   CT-
by the hands, not pu.di.'d
nsual. and the h.u i r -string
-  -! ■ i j.
Sold ICt-civ
him   he   suddenly
your  linen  suit
rum,. When, ho fiiids it he leads us to
expect' not eternal youth perhaps,
but at Wist a ripe old*nge, and only
prolonged far beyond tha present
span of man's existence, but free to
tho last of any senile decay.
"Please.     You
cold  as easily
to exposure."
Thoy   ran  to
you i
smiling.    *'I
for weeks."
"How lovely of them—and
"Why, I'm up there too."
"Those clothes?" she said doubtful
"Are 'cits,' " he finished
wear a uniform up there."
"Oh!    And     what    aro
"Captain," he said briefly
how you have grown up."
"Have I?" she laughed. "And so
have you, about two feet higher, and
you went to West Point after all?"
"Yes, father insisted."'
"Do you like the army?"
"Oh, yes, when we see* active service.'"
"Then you have seen active service.
In the Spanish-American war? Oh,
tell me about il"'
Roberts laughed'. "I will sometime."
he said. "I will tell you anything you
ask, bnt let's talk about you. now.
Where have you been all these years?"
and   around   at
'    "School  and  college
"That means traveling, 1 suppose, yet
you never visited West Point?"
- "Xever.-   I didn't know that you were
there,  that you  had gone back.    You
know you said"—
"Yes, I said several things about that
time.    You  haven't fnrgotion  then?"
"Forgotten? Oh, Dick, I couldn't
forget!   Never!    Wasn't it dreadful?".
"It was rather a bad mess, but went least J-showed remarkably good
taste, though you weren't as bountiful
then as you are now."
"I can't snub you for that," the girl
said, with carefully lowered lashes.
"It sounds genuine. You always were
thoroughly genuine, Dick."
"Yes, -1'wp.s'iii earnest then," he
said, smiling. "You were -iny first
sweetheart." He laughed aloud. '"My."
how .3*011":cried when the minister refused to marry us! I flattered myself
tliat you were disappointed, but it really was your pride, you poor little girl."
He regarded the poor little girl's
blushing face with tender affection.
"i think that the old minister was
the sweetest man I ever met. He knew
Hint we were eloping. How gentle he
was. and tactful. 1 have always
thought of him with thankfulness akin
to love." .
.-.-"I thought he' wns n regular old
donkey, but it appears, that I am the
only one who was iu rear earnest," he
said tentatively. ■ '<
Peggy laughed. "Do you remember
my high heeled boots?" she asked lg.
noring his remark.
"Oh.  don't I," though!    You  tripped
and I had the delirious joy of .•alehing
you In my arms.   But do you remember
low I saved money?   I've roared over
1 clump of trees aud
I.oborrs made the girl kneel by a low;
slone wall that ran at the side of the
"Dick. I don't want ypu lo stand
there in the rain. Please take your
lie smiled down at hor. '"What a
foolish little girl it is," he said. "Rut
I'll kneel beside you if you think it's
She raised hor questioning oj'es to
his. 'T wish you would." she said.
"I don't like to have you take such a
terrible risk, and just to protect me,
when I can keep dry in this corner as
well  as not."'
Roberts dropped to his knees and
leaned against, lhe wall.
"Peggy," he' said, "just to protect
you 1 would give my life. .Didn't you
know that, dear?" There was tenderness in his tone and conviction. , He
spoke not passionately, but truly.
Pe'^y locked her hands tightly together and her lips quivered. It seemed
a long time before she could raise her
eyes. Then she mot the earnest, questioning gaze of the man.
"You may," she said simply. "Dick,
you imiy."
The rain had ceased and the clouds
had hurried on their way toward (he
east wheu Peggy and Captain Roberts
entered tho reservation jmd were met
by the jovial colonel.
"Well," he said heartily, "Peg'yy,
I've Imd a searching party out for you',
but 1 just heard that you two wore
coming up the river road. This looks
bad. bad. Why, we began to thinlc
you ami the captain, hero, had eloped."
Peggy Hushed and glanced at the
younger man. Then she smiled at tho
"Wc   did
years ago."
Ingenious Scheme to Savo Traveler* From
To lessen ,the rolling of steamships
in a sfca an interesting device ' has
been designed by fieri- Otto Schlick,
a Oei.unan naval architect, and consists'of installing- ^ rapidly 'rotating
iiy wheel in the hold of the vessel.
This    involves    making   use   of     thc
He Just seems to knt.-.v v.hf-ii you'r'e dressed for a  call      -
And slips up' In hind, In so ipiiet a way.
Before  you can  <lt.dtrc-  him lie's  -.prinkled'"
1   , you all
,   Completely and dre-ached you and driven
away. ,     < ,
You .swear  yen   will  kill  him;  you  don't,,
tin,ugh.  li-.-.-:.use
For some unknown reason It's 'gainst the
state laws.
A Bus;ness Uc.-.l.
'   "Xo,",said" the fciitii':.; g:-l. "i can
never mniT.v  you.     1   am  pioiniSi'fl   to
another.*' " j
, Xorman Forsythe bowed bin h'end In
silejit anguish. He lovedthe bonutifu.
girl. _.\)r month.": it had been his ambition to make her his wife. Rut it was
only for.,a moment. Then he '.stood
erect, his e.ves blazing with suppressed
fury. ' "Who is this man?" he asked
lierccly. "Where" is "lie? I shall kill
him. Nothing shall come between us."'
"Would0you rcall.v kill himV" asked
the girl without betraying'alarm. '
"I would," he replied. .      ,  "
"I have half a notion to marry yon,
if ypu would promise to do the job afterward," she said. '     >
"Do you .fear this man?"  he asked,
hope springing in his heart like weeds
in an onion bed.
"Oh, no," she replied.
"Then why'should 1 kill liim after we
were married?"    ,,
"I on.y wanted you (0 (r.y, because
.vou would never come back alive nud
we could havc>„quito a start in life on
your life insurance."
ing   iiisU
I'se two slrimrs* (not three, as mauy
do in order lo be able to "pull in" tho
waist). Lace the first from tho bottom up fo the wnift lino, the .second
from the waist line to 1-ic tup. Let
the strings Ilium I"')-" !.">" until Iho garment is on and hooked. Thm tho abdomen should bo i lossed up into place
down, as
drawn up
and fastened. 'Ibe shape of the corset holds the abdomen iu place*.. The
upper string is loft '.cry !oo.-o -and
fastened. 'I hi.s permits the lungs to
be filled wilh air.    ,
This   is  "the   only   healthful   way   to
wear a corset, and if so  worn  it acts 'phabet."
'ns  a  support   to  the organs' and'also
10 lhe clothing.
Iiy first adjusting and fastening the
Irtwor part, then by drawing a very
deep breath while the upper string is
entirely loose, oho enu" to-.! low much
"slack" should be bft in' order to have
unreslrli led breathing,
Tr\ I:. .w.u w.niien w!lo Ihfd corsets
urieoliifiH'.nhle. - I-*\e'')ii i\e.
Using        „
The Japanese-y.,.i,,Iof,,,'
ed Iroha, from '\- ,        u
three lettoi.s, y   >..   V)l[      "
clsely the same pi,,,, j,,,
gives to our ov -i >-,,„,, c , .
■   " 1.1 irf i.ijt
A   Diinkl,  Sili,.,,.,
In Denmark am „ , „,,',;.,
age of iwotm on.- ; \, U) .(i, -
sum of $:-._".7-i. is ,.j,ln ,j 'j'"
the'age of hiM\ :> ,. ■„ ,| .,'^7
?(.."). Rut if he ci, s iry /[
the money is i.ejeu, d
M.icmliuii  „i,,i -j, ,,IITi
A fiat.sfiieio. \   j, _
eighteen te< l wid.   1
    ._ 1 usually   for  .>:;,fn.j
IlenicmlM-r   That   Ili^Il ' I n lt*ri*»,t.   n»   a     ThOSO   aio    kllOU II   ,
Ilulf.    M>*iii>x   Itlsliy   Si'curlllfK,'      j A njore eostl.v stone
How one a  woman  who has  a   few   $-l.u00 to 3>«>,00(.  a 1
thousand dollars playo 'it „w.hore it will   ,road.   Roth aie n.111,
d ra w
itlle boiler interest than it
won;.-, if left wil'-i.a savings bank or
responsible trust company and alill be
"Who first deviVed 1 li.
'i ft *fl
a _, n;
.S   ill,, u
- r l^vtcj
Titles of hohor add mi -o L's v(
who is an honor to h.s t tle.-Fo;j
safe? , 1
There can  be,  of course,  no certain J ■      _	
anil  general  answer "to  this question, j    to. !'.\" l lii.mi.n \ 11
since what'is sought for is the mys- j 111I^,i,,,;!,,Il!,r.   'i?/" ,!""
terious   balance   between   safety 'and'  spread   nf   sou.,-   ..1
business affairs  which   must   **»•*'*••M'".   >•   ■" - •> . < - ■
11*" >i  I i 11:
pro'it  in
JUMlM,!.t*i'[Ff>l*     l.
1 1.
,   Ml
1   1 O I
Ol "
alwa.vs be a, matter of delicate, intlivid- j uu.- inn
ual adjustment and involves the use of   lH'*-n  "-.tsi  u •   ti„
... ,    , ' . ■-,,,'tiaj-.s   of  jimi.\   Kt
poised judgment and the possession of   rinTtToui.   m-ikes  «
What He Overlooked.
"Adam certainly was-no Rnaneier."
"What did lie overlook?"
"When he proposed' to Kye, if he had
hacl the proposal copyrighted see what
royalties    his    descendants   could    h»
Just In His Line.
"Why, diil thoy'hire a blacksmith for
n dramatic critic?" '      .
"lie i.s so adept in the use of the
hammer."   ' '        '   ■ .    ' .
When is  ,i
large experience.    One certain general
principle nevertheless dot's govern  the
matter.   It is (his: The amount of money seeking desirable  investment i.s alwa.vs so great that the competition of'j has  hi-en
investment for the ownership of securities  of  high  class  is  very   acute  and
tends,  save under exceptionti'i circumstances,   lo   bring   down   the   interest
rate on these securities to a low level.
A high interest rate is therefore almost
invariably and in  the  very nature of
things a warning ofMnseeurity.    If tho
large dividends paid b.v this or that enterprise whose-advertisements were In
fact .well   nsstired,   the  great.-shrewd
capitalists of tho country would bo the
first to know tho truth and to seize possession of such treasures. — Kxchange.
all    will     I,ni     --ieii.
st-Cliin   lo   I.i-   ,'s   ,„i,,i ^
is   Kil!_\    01,■'    1 im 11 \    . '
I hem   ull.  a/ul   ili.it   i-
li.'imr   sun    lo   Iui m\
('ie*  ten  1 eel   \m< r <     .
klllll. II      1 •)     1.
II ild     .1    leu    .p.I.Is      ! .,.
all   the  llies   in   .t: .   u
1 i'...":H
HU *
'    " 9
Ma \
'  '":1'ai
' "J
m, m !
• H
i 1 iH
^'    ti \
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.   J    ,   fl
if-y ' ■
.1        ci ffl
Wl v l "-
*' '■ 'h
mil i'   -•
•' ' I- H
m-'- "a
ll   1   V
. I    s     (!(,.l >|
It Must Be.
They say that all the- world'3 a stape,
Ami It "a a fact'
All Kills, rt-fjartliess of their
Think thr-y can act.    '
To clean fialirons rub thom on
Never put tablo linen Into soapsuds
until the slains have been removed by
pouring boiling w;t(or through tho
linen. , •
Raby's knitted sack will he out of
shape nnd stringy
Whaf   is   i he   i..1 "
-Ml,   I
Cuvci ed    V. I'h    * i.i'V  '
' .-     ,'f
Wlso    \. as   th"    ie   '
', r
what   1 in.e  did   !  ■  .«11 -
I1' \-
—Oil'.'i* tb..*  ->,i!K .s- .1
1       \
"_3er   E-Seart   like
5ps""-tnr;. — .-'t- , .1
1        I
JhiiUCti.    ('Ill   _"   *-.l> *>           1
iii'h'cieil     « 1. h     tl\ -    ' ■•
k     t>
Iioart   di"-a*'-   ard       .
cured  thu  I.e..11   1 i .  i
■    U i
Cuie   Im    tin-   iiwi!    ■
1,   'll    -1
tiii'iits   \niusru*tJ   IiIm-   h    i
, 1. Il(
hulf  an   lueii    aftei   i'i
1".      —-
\\ I13    is   tl-.e   <-lld.*,l\ 1
pi't mi I   mot inn     1 [',■..>
Because  ii   is   frut11.-.-
iiv j>-J
1    11 n ■
■re did   Xo.fh  sti;ii
■,aik'»—(",,   (i-.-U.-
if it Is hung lo ,dr3'.
on  a  paper on,the
No Proof Tiiere,
"Do you think the good die young?"
"I doubt it.    You look healthy."
she   said  demurely,   "Hh
tgasear,"   oc-
:h  for gold   fringed
or   ior   sugar
SweefM   nn   I*rc«cri<s.
Sugar and preserves were fashion'nblo
presents in Queen Bess' time. .Every
one seemed to have' had "a "tweet
tooth" in those times. The dean mid
chapter of,.Salisbury," having, a ease (0
be tried "before Justice Hale, presented
him with six suga^loaves, for which
the judge, , m:1io was exceptionally
scrupulous. ' insisted on paying. In.
Da vena ill's poem, "fUada
curs the couplet:
Then  reconcile
The . poc-r   for   God's   sake   or [ for
loaves,    y
The sergeants of tlio house of commons in Lent,' R-iSo, received from
Lord Howard a present of sugar. Tho
chamber of Exeter in KRO voted sugar
loaves to two canons for their morning lectures. Sometimes marmalade,
oranges, lemons or even potatoes took
its place, and when sugar became
cheaper the custom ceased. In JDS I
ail persons in Scotland not .beinj,'
dukes, earls, etc.,. possessed of at least
£2.10 in yearly rent were prohibited the
use of confections, foreign drugs nnd
fiwtly  Kijices.--Westmiustt:r  Review.
principio of the gyroscope familiar
in the toy sometimes known as tho
Archimedean top, where a Uy. wheel
whose weight is concentrated near its
circ-.imforencc is mounted in gimbala
so that it is freo to rotate in any
. Kerr Schlick proposes to mount a.
fly wheel carried on a vertical axis
in a frame which is suspended on a
horizontal axis tranvcrsc to tho
length of tho vessel, tho whole mechanism being placed at tho bottom
of thc hold. To rotate the fly wheel
v. ith.the necessary high speed electric motors or steam turbines would
be cmplojvd., There would be hydraulic brakes and band brakes io
restrain nnd regulate thc, motion of
the fly wheel  when necessary.
The effect of tlie rapidly rotating
fly wheel is to develop forces thaX
would oppose the oscillation of' lhe
vessel, making it slower and reducing its extent materially. An elaborate calculation was made of tho
size and weights of such a fly wheel,
and Herr Schlick has ascertained
that for a steamer of 0,000 metric
tons (5,'.)05 5 English tons) a .flywheel four meters' (.1.-5.12 feet) in
diameter,   weighing, ten'  metric    t'ona
English  tons)     and     moving jtcliect.ua
peripheral   velocity   of     200 1     -
(G56   feet).,per' second   would
most .marked-.effect.
, .Many a woman could niajje a fortuuo
if she had the face to do it..
Next   time  dry   it
wanning oven.
Bits of soap whioh are too small to
be used .should be carefully laid aside
for laundry days. Then they can be
melted and added to tho wash boiler.
Buttermilk will bleach clothes If they
are soaked Iu it for two or throe days.
Tlien they should be- washed, boiled
and dipped in bluing In the usual manner.
In irotrhig handkerchiefs it is useful
to remember that the middle, should bo
ironed first. To iron the edges fir.-t
causes ihe middle lo swell out Ijke a
balloon and -makes Jt difficult to iron
Who I    is   t be   dill -1
oa k   l re     and     n
liiaki",  net,1 us,   ! !,     1
1 it!
.' coil.:
i .iVilra-e   ;
T'» riM-.VHNT is
I.HI'ENT-A Ml lb
of t he iviii'di"; ful |>i ,
;;-. I'ai-iu.'li e's Ye ,
t ei I'd ul 1 he i.i-os-. 1
ditiv! ions .-l il hot 1 ■! in. ..''-.
.'•ei'iit U" iitl.irk ef L irk'ni.'.-'M
eiotiey which siiKi.'.' ■' i ij.y. i h
nil srreciil.i m! ii .*• . ! Uie-'iliL-i-
I Uev an- an invn'iiiii.lf.'.'..".-.^!
! i'l>\'!i
, tin-'
ytc -•'' 1
t'iu! '■-'«'(
■Icnnsiii.r     1 l.e    lileii'ilf
tu*   liiioei /eilli;l  1
A man may smile and he n
but he cannot hold Lis job as
the stage if he does.
one on
A   man
called  a   '
sly   il-i
-.."   Init   Just  t
ceitlul puppy" on him one,
(CO. 84 __
with   a
have a
hair  Is   Kcldoin   t'!iiia\l
effort.      ■'" .■'''. '.
to   bo
ry   "de*
by   in-
Boil   Vnlnn'con.
The most satisfactory method of fastening a valance to a brass or iron bed
is by moans of a piece of hoavv muslin
laid over  the springs.    Cut a "pmco of
cnllon cloth that has been shrunk-pref-
crnbly unbloaclied-that will cmne just
to the edge of the frame.    T0 (his. f;,g.
ten   the goods  for  tho  valance  either
laid   in   plails  or   shirred,   bavin-   the
flounce  hemmed  at  Ihe ends  where'it
touches   Ihe   bedposts.      After  basting
securely place on the bed and ,,llt (il".
mattress in place to bo sure i\ie valance
h an l's evenly.    After stitching
machine, with
.cad. foot
to  prevent, slip-
i;:i   rivei
Ih?  Iii;-!'
-Wil:i I   i-ivei'   is   not
rp-or    do     ppetf
ior stiteliiug 011  the
a  long stitch,   fasten  io
the spring!"} In several places, I,
and .sides,  with  cord
ping.   ■ -.'.
new system lias proved Kal-
may be judged by the fact
was  recently, passed  '  lo
Fr«« Employment Ace'ncl«ii.
Tho establishment of free public
employment- agencies, 'cither carried
on by the state or the city, hasbivn
tried alb over Europe, in most cuS.-s
wilh marked success. Franco was the
country to begin tho innovation,, aiid
thai, the'"■■"••   -"^    ,*'-* -"■
that   a  law
do, away with -paying employment
agencies and providing for tlie . establishment of mutual and free pub'.,
lie  agencies  throughout   the  nation.
Jn   many 0f  tile   (Jnilccl  States    free
agencies    have     been   established      in
connection     with    the    Stute    Labor
Bureau,   with   branches     in   tho   most
important  cities.    In   other   instances !
niunicipalitiljis     themselves   havo      ok- '
tablishcd  tlio  agencies,   whilo  in   still
otiier.    instances- organizations'   .like
the     Salvation     Army     and   various ,'
charitable   institutions   havo   success- '
fully     conducted      frco      ornploynient':'
bureaus. '
One pcciili.-itity nlmut money is-('hat
it takes so much longer to earn it than
it does to spend it.
All -frtiltH and vegetable^ taste so
strongly of uicm-y (hose days' tliat.lt
really takes uw.xy one's appotih!.
"Buronti   Covci-i,..
j     Linen scrim makes handsome and inexpensive  table and  bureau  covers  if
'worked in a cross stitch  [.attornwith
double filoselle or san  silk.    'The pattern chosen m(My lie as' elaborate or as
simjile as one prefers.    The spread Is
first hemstitched, a three incli hem be-
Jiig'liked  for a  small spread.,   Within
the hem, the border is worked.    Pillow
and  pincushion   tops  are  also  worked
on   the  same ,material.     A   pillow  lop
seen   recently   was   worked   in  yellow
silk, a mini ber of stitches and put ferns
being' combined,so- that it was'almost
solidly worked.   It -.vas very handsomo
find represented a good deal,of patience
mid eyesight.
uperfluous r|ain
Removed by thc New Principle.
, It is better than cle.-lririiy. beea-i-io "
(loo" not .sear or iimiliii-t- n i"'\v K11.11'1 "
I letter 111.-111 X-r.-iy.beeiuiKe ifd.'"'--' >',"'• '",' '
seiu- ot- p.-uiily/.o t he tissues lui'h-r. V"'/M,;
Hut I er than (lepijalorie.s liec.iu-e il  '■" »'
1 wi
poisfinoiis; theiefore, it, will nut ci        .
poixoniiii;, rjc piixluce cezonm; win-li 1
common  with   ilepiiottiries, nii'l <l'"s. .,,
break oil" U10 hnir, (.liereby inerea.-inif "=
growl li.
Klcctroly.sis.   X-ray  or dcpilainiie- ^
oflored yon 0n t ho bare word of 1 h<> l'l'!'.r-,'
toi-H aiid iii.-umfacturcrs.   Do I\l M<A<*r.K»-
not,.   It ik theouly.iuethiKl which is indnrM.11
hy   physicians, :surgeons,   donna!"i"*.1*'"'
inedicaljoiu-n/ils mid prominent iiuiirHXiiy
DeMIKAe'LIO will ho mailed, t<> -»»':"I
(h-WA, st!iilc(l,.jii plain wrapper.on i-e.-i-ipt-1'
§1.(10..  S'oiirnumo.v hack without, (iii.y1™
'(no. red  tape) if it fails to do all   t-lmt '•*
iclaiincd l'or if,       '.',':'
'.Our hook]et--the ino.st complol.o.(reati!*"1-
. on .Superfluous Hair ever puhlMic'l--co"-
tainingtho testimonials of nutiK-n"'-"* I'"),"
1 fiici.-uiH and su wcoim and those of hin><»'V"v
,o'f others—will bo scat; free, in pl.-iiii.
onveloiio, upon request."  "KtiVpl'ire for i> ll''
y.^ur local druggist or write lor if to-.u0' "0
Do MIltACLK CllKSUCAli <"(>.. '
'    '£i eitioen St, \V.. ToitoM". (,Ny
A baby does not see why
else should want'to sleep w
not sleepj-.
any ono
ion  II;  is
Some   women
birthday   until
never   celebrate   their
they   can   invite   their
'Malflna  Slnj-onnnldc.
A modlcine'droppoi- -]s,j;n adlutiot to
the making of iuayonnai.seWas Iho inspiration of a housewife not long .vo
Every   one   who   over   fried   (0   r.i.-dvo
mayonnaise knows  (he bother'of add-
•<•_,' the oil slowly, drop by drop, until
the dressing i.s ihjek enough.    'This wo-
»i'in.   exherioneed   (ho  same   difficulty'
•'■Hi met it with (he five cent medicine
droppe,-,  which'adds tho oil  with ma-
chine-like regularity and precision.
a   Dosp of iiis  Own ar«?«n<,i*,,)"
Cius  Panguisse,   a 'resident of. rort'
land, Oro., was brought before .Hi"'111'';
Jlo'yne of. the municipal, court cluit
with   ill   treating   his  wife,
dence showed  (hat; Jie had cl
woman   lirulnlly.     The court
Officer  Ooolz,   ;m  immensely
man,  to  choke   the  prisoner,
that  he   might  liave  praclica
edge of how his wife suffered.   Thi
hiiilLT   111"
low he-
The e\"i-
mked Hi"
ill  onli'1',
1   kii-cvl-
1 I'oi
ficer  obeyed' with  a   will,
wife beater until tlio bri'lla
eiimc.Jfmp.    Tlien .luslle-e Hoyne
tenecd him to thirty days hi jail.
[moy«e, b. c.
. r-l .-.-,    oKiC*.-.   she. •
l„ ( .ill-i'    lie'i'e     ,1.
1  'I.
,     ',   -phlWls       like       |,K i^
I |,        mine   ; OU      ll.-t
■    'I" •'J'"	
,     ,,,      .|„       West       Indies
,   ,,„,     ol    the   coiismii-
,'.i     .1    Ull- ]i''-('llL.i
~" —    ~    - -.—. — » ___      ^__         ■*-«.     — —■   ■    -■   n,   ariTiin   id i—it i   » i w~ , ■ ■- -   -       r—i	
KEEP  ON  THF   5^1*1 ^inC    By Steadfastly Refus-
""•""-     -,s ""£•-«      *J;.'J"|a      il!!T   A!i   Sl.St«:triTPc
inf.- AU Substitutes.
a,w  i i
h   with  a   bud  <■>'
to   «_( t    the   pe.M '
i 1),     bird.      v l.-'l
,'..,!'    till    he   II' W    ill!
!>;   i
■ y
_• ii
. i.
-.    I
•■■::■• u1
i'.- n
1     \
'I      ' 1111 I>l
.   o     ■    Un-
.,, i     .,      - e i|
r"  '
ri(.J    '"'  ''"•i'l
il   in w   1,1.'""
it (1 i.    -I' ' I'li'i'
lunl. i  'I. -im
•      1       fill'
:-e:iu-< i' I-,"1,
not < .' ' '"" !
tin. w le 1' '* *'
, iiii-l "I".- '",'
,* in. Mil 'f*'1'"
leiiil.iioin- ,l""'
,t of a'<;•"■r,'
it-nl liim i'11",*'
iled lo mi;,
■•r.on ii   'il'1'"
fhoiit  (|ll.-l',m
do all   lli.'i '"
nplele In iti--"
mhli-hdi   i"ii
Iarrle" u
CF/S I,0>.     1 h.A    lias    b. i ,r.i'-   fmmvii-,   by   reason   cf   its  goodness.
Ccmuionpl.i' -_ Teas leave Tne ekeiei    d larger   pi oil t.    Therefore,  we
repot,     "Refuse    Su!-,iitt:tes,"   vv.uha^   by    name    "SALADA."
.> Jtvl  J.t,u!   1't.ekets   (Jn y.     By  AU  Gjo-xj-s.
Austria's Kaiser, Huncary*« Kin*.
The Austrian kaiser has many an
odd custom lo comply with in his ca- ,
pacify as dual monarch of Auslrla-
Hunijarv. lie is emperor of the former, but king of the latter." Hungarian
papers, people and politicians never
breathe the word "kaiser" iu referring
to Francis Joseph, but only the llun-
gaiitm "kiraly" or king-
When the sovereign leaves Vienna to
visit Budapest, he must cease to be
Austiiau and become Hungarian. Ills
uniloim will be Hungarian, also his
sp"'"h. and the oOicials who accompany him will be Hungarians, but never Au-trians.
What is that, which gocth to *-■**-'
wood, and carries h.-"- «.»y <*» »^
s'iould(M">--.4 man goine, m tne woo.i
to mil bought* -and ivr^mn ''"» h*'1'
What is the difference bet'-v^m .be:
east *.M"d and an .ilo" *—Oin bhivv-, ,i
Jiuadr-jd time'. ,: >-ur, n'.'.d fn-' o'b-'-i
oik c in  a lru_.be.! ,\- a'*..
i e    V OS    *M()      S    U bl  11     Ills
I  l(U\ 11    (lilt ' — III   t he   (u.i U
ll-' !
, 1
i" II      i l\ 01 1
M i ^m - iippi
( andb"
like    a
out «f  l'oft'
^ <\  Huil'iujui spesil^
{() VOU  Sill-
0I |„.r   T'nt.iblos and thr-ir
.jt ji.i:n.-J In* ISfa«'ftto«l.
s.,.p1      1*J. —tSpeCl.-ll)
u( in n   in   Canada
,     ,  ,,.  |, tiers    of  thanks
; (       llul-iimn     ol     'ins
",:4t..M.i  sullered   as  they
'" r    . „„ Sh"   discovered
T,     .   Kidney   fills,     and
..'„      the  law   of  stcn-cy
,v ,,     -ie.it  ni.ljontv of  w-
'   l, .   j,,,-  .mtering    Msi.-is
.,  ■•     uuiv    tind   relief
i  |.   I   ■
. i.i u   n
<) \ i      i i -. 11   i
VMS-.    )   1    J
\Sr.6nr   t'nf-5   f-iervo   l-ash-
lrinsJT     >nil*i     Should     Hf-ct-ivs-    the
IIl'Vj     (*l      '.Itt'UJlOll. '
"*\S iimt'ii <'j not "-i i in •(> K.ih/.e." sa,d
a maim ne, * that i'„. j, no. • . .) j hmr'T '
uails ;i'i'   \<iy di h' i.e and  mkjuUI  le- ,
ceiM'  the   be*-t  iu   (ui"  uud  ,itl";M on. .
Tlie\   aio  toi!*-t,uil''.   able  -..,; ..nd n-u'-
lwling   then   and   .'wn    v\.,i.d-r   v!.y \ ,„, ,(,v iiMil  I>;, ,„ nL 0   ,
tl.Oil' ll.lllds .'lid  i.llls ,U  '  -.O llglj". '     t, ,s   ,n i   '•.. mm i   n   •
"it i« ii \c*. c.miiKm o'.< i.rienee, for '<><-*<>    ' -'.'" * ;;'■" *' '
i . .        ii>,      I..    11.*i . ---•
mst.llli_e, to see   V Omen k.Ke up ll  sh.lljj j .,  ,  ,  •,   -   l.mi  >i.   fo.
penknife to . 1-- n lh<-i.   l..o;cr nails or ! '     ''* l ''   {"'     V'V!"  '
possiblv t:*-e Jhe sh.-rp poinled o; .1 of a , ,    , <,.■,
fancy Iiie 1< r th'1 s.m.o p'ii[o-e.    Thi*       "    ''  <'ii-".e>l  e
l,-, ti  \i-:\   \\i<mLr  h.ibil  an',  .should  le j     ,, , ~~~       ~7
•ivoidul b-y _>U (ho e w'lu *,, .si   to ha\u i  ,    Mh, ,      ^  ,   ri,.>|,
nice isng'-r nai^     II   i.i.t   i my   .mjuii". ' -    -
the   skin    under   tlu    e. il,   making   It
ragged   and   i;i\id2 n ..n   .i.tki's ed ;in-
pe.iniii<e. bin ll-e '.b.iip ii'"" i' b'i'ii'.d j 	
to si rape the undo- par'  < if the ti. il   m j IN,;!,!'-!?!   -'".UN   llMMi;M'
most oa-es i ..i.sim; it t > .-.A t md hioA
.. I Oil Ol   le I
I.       ill   l'1 I -..    |M»
. in-   l...  i.di.
\ -M       i 1   ,, -,1.
\.        I      "    M-^ Ot
ei    \      r , .. i .-i -
S.illl li   \u>> I i-
!   in. mi.      t  U    !ua    i'.rodie ti.i>s
Plcnaant Lciiobi.
.T. B. Brodle, in charge of an English
school,  has inaugurated  a eystem  of
"pleasant lessons" to which his pupils
have taken very readily.   A. lesson on
the woolen industry is followed by a
journey to a farm to witness the process of sheep shearing; the mystery of
Ini<k and tile making is made clear by
a vi^It to the woAs wheio the pupils
cm ste everything from the digging of
(he div.    Thc* dead fads of m.us are
made  to  live  again  by  excursions  to
fie'ds of battle and desc/iptions of what
took pla<e  upon ihem.    l.\c"llent re-
i suits (ollow the-,e ptactical lessons, Mr.
Geoaaise  Sie  ICsiew of Scopsg
Gases  of  PiSes
of Severe
?at   Wb'SJ-O   PC33'
i6PB    .
Thc  ,r„er of the Kite   tpioled  be-   a c • -yfe ay ;• p $ ^' ^
lo«    suiTeicd   (iieadfuby    irom   .UlunB    mmmym^mmC   Mr     A.   J.
(Jiie'-dii-v.:;-iiVy,a"tlrii.Wi#i,   ^'**    A'   f'
e; 11 .•nWt.iii.i.-^^dyised 'me., to    < ry   l-*r.
V ,,
V   . . 1.
111 i   i
tin ( st    but id    "il
HUH   Lol'irn,
Tie color ol a mull nine botokenod
i \ om.ill's s)ti.il rank Bl.uk mull's
v,v ■ for the couimon bilk, whib' oouu
fi.;1 ...us were pornutud by the kmg"i=
'o   i o io u-e eb'ot *-
I  '.ni.
1   I.
1   i o I
Ol "
is 1
,,  j    for    about     -,v*
.,    1.......1.C     Aim   the
,.ilt    L   could  lmriily
,, ',,nt entertain _ nn;-
, ,,.nl     ubell        I        "*'■'•' "*
,",1,,,.  i   ,oad of some
t.v   llodd's'Kiriney
i  ui trv  tbem.^.
„,v  urine   was   sosne-
„!,      |   ,  ,|      s,,p     or     tnil'ii'-ctl
'Off. i  i,,,,.        „,,,)    ,,'|, ,,,i-i i s   fioei    liui -.'\   liiooti
i .j Ss    --.ii io •-    i in   I <>' .     ■> ■ i'-*' t ^
s(,im,s     iy..'-,    suit'     nnd     SAO'.e'rl
ioi.v'js    -_u      Sine   c"."io    li.s     ifii
purehfKsed  at ail  "oaf-  'i''d  mi e cuk -j   ....   ,.   .-..   >.o"i-     ",n' w e<\   th<-  ui'^-
cstnbl.sl.ments     If the  tl.-h « •   under   ,   ......i -r,.'   Il'tn.   '. (me<\e<   l.no«n
part   of   Hie   n.ui   has   Income   i-t.imed 1 '" ' ****""-* ~'~AA~7~A-'.n.,K
from   ink,   f-mt or m  any  o'le-i   w r- vvn.er
"An  oran.'e stale   shu ild  u\* 13s bt i
ustvl   for ^If.uibig   the    k.mK      'i hi-<   J ,',
sticks  are' 'iOt° e\)) "i-r. e   ."id   •■•in   be ! -i,,
|s   i)k,i.   ,i:,Mlini,'   more   uiuio> ing   ll"1"
(llMIIL.     *.OUI    (fill    'Ifl'LlI    ,.poi. '    Is   lln-'1*-
,,mi'i n; mon (U'in-'hliiil <n>i" K''«'i"«
,,,l „| o ' lio'loi-uv s Coin I'm.- will <■<<>
vl       1 1 -,    it   .-11.1   be  c on\  in-.il
piotii.ding   piles  loi   *=ix   vL-.its
L,Uo hosts of others, he was om.v ,»..-..;-.',-';*■ ^X/^uh 1 tloj; and
tbs.tt.poiuted with , l« i^i. u.at ,o^<xi:n,.(j ..^^-fyv^^uVeMi!^ box and
ments     he    Hied      I mi .1      • sdi  •   ; ,iif.     .^ ■■     u..; -thb>( rollU.       My
told   him  of  xMi.it     .        tajl, u,),bio;,vos::ca-rsoViVi^.f!a.i,v   l.ft.nrf,
ment     u.is    ac; omplisi-.n-     -s J , yyyyUKUh-v  that l)r. iCImso's O.nt-
the use of  lb    nMse^  Omtiue,..     lor        J1 ■/l^v^'fe^.( v   ,,,ma„son..
a,(l,„i   si,  mv..s   I   was  lhe  MCun   ...     •   ;     1 f£   . ■  ^n^^.0llto    To pro-
Helmig and piol.ud.ng P.bw.i s      • - , ^.   ^., ^1      • ln,.lat-u,is lh(.   ,,,,..
1,1    l"VMf!lUl    ,lS1°'Vi.   1     mi     ce  a   -1    l.'.-t'i •"'aftrt •yiCTaVu."if ot   Lr     A.    W.
Doctors  «.-r(.  unable 1 * ('1,^0^ .thyfanionsffycerpt     book  am
a   ,      .,   .1 at times very dis-
1,1;,':: i,„t Domrs k.<!-
1 ought     mo   '"
1,. l      11' '' ' r-' * ,
'"• ,1 ...    1.1-d   bv     tho
i,    ...   t.mibb's,   i'i-"   "y
Lll.*-   ^   >!0^     l    ™*
s I1;.':   tins    stntem-nt    to
*    „   ,-.   hope   Hint   it    »'-l>
ll,  J., .,4   lathes   or   married
Is Liniment Relieves - Neuralgia.
L u',.,i   1 e   1UU   !°   '~<',"t!        Vl'   ''
]iu> r    ',.   has   lost    i'.'* boa it
I'm1 '.
'II    <S'     .1
on id    >ou   wifl"    !o1'
uilh      soirt>w '--
don't Iiy to cu me it out Thee are
plenty o'f good i,h'.ul.( , t 1 I o used foi
this puipo'-e tli a \ull pot inline the
flesh or nail. IV.h..p** < !>«> o( the b"st
is peroMiie. V.'in 1 1 little :.b-. l'ti.t
.cotton around the end >ii ihe oi.P-rc
'{•tick, v.et it m the pm-o^.de ono l! 01
oughly moisten tlu* th- 1. under tho n.,\\
The stain will then hnon dis.ippeir"-
Are   Her   riuxU-al   Pnivern   S:i erlfteeil
10   tlie  M.'ikliiK <Nf   i!l"»*» f
The naiivi- born \.n<>!■'■. m v.oiu.p
has" been ufuie Ihe subyet ot i"'-...*'
sion almost ad n.niso.im. Inde.'-l it
would be .1 mal'e" ior n«- >uri)w e ii
she "wore lo leuoid l.civelt as .1 bem'J
apart. IIe,'epoi_'\ her l-ntbi'..-'-* .'.nd
resource!ulice.-s lu.\e le-n 1 u de-
such nn  extent that  it   i.u-'hi   we'l
B ,'isii   so!d\'s    ii"   piO\ ulc'l   m nil
h,l;     |v;.;oi   lor di'i lU.mr.    'I he v.-.i'e v
., 1 •-'. ti'MUici. L\  a Kind of 1 iu'-'p. '■'-
',\ \ hi  tlnomi'i (hii (oal  oi-il ,'I,'.-' a
,u   ei  a* i-ii.nt >.l   pet.iss-u.n  1 c 1.'    1-
.....|,'i<   i-.ol tbtn ' ste-ib/ed " e.'b"'.   '> x
"i|ii,.n..ii or by lira', alter vA ,■ 1.  it  ■*-
h-i. ibiiUd to the trootis b%   n ("..'.* of
v.,'.*.- Laits ie*'-er\ed for "-..""V" v   .ei
Wli.it is thai win. h eveis man can
divide but wloih no man t-in see
wh.-ie   n   1-  div ided'—W.ilei .
Wll, ji is a nuit stalk like a sfiorm
svv 111111101°—Uheii it -tciiis the <ur-
1 a'.i s
">XltMiis  will  find it to their advantageJojoBsign  their  GRAIN   to   ■
-r^~ v,-^„»+   nricM   «nd   make   prompt retnrna!   Advances made on
^SVPmcnthS1ShCC0VrLTo"de^   Sliciti.    Estahlishe^l^Reference-
Union Bank of  Canada. —
'Ihe IIiut's Rcvfi'Sre.
\\hile sitting: on a v. di teasing some
j sit ...j:e -\ .Be bd 1;-, a \ oeng man named
I Km. nf Sp.ind.u, in ihussia, over-
|b..l.!oed nim-iil and, 1.1II111-; aiuonj;
1 the   i,./miaud   imim.ils,   v/as   loin   13
r:< iitlemoi. — While (biviim down
o-*\..\ steen hill last \ugust my
i.oise stim.bled and led cuttnm him-
sc't fe.i.iullv .I'liout the head and
l.odv I used "MLS VKU'S I.1MAIKNI
fi.rlv on him -md 111 11 f«-'«- «>■««>'• lu*
\n,is  as well  as eve.       ,,.„...,,,, v
Sh. rbrooke
T-m.v»JJ. fyPlgP-T*
nsta^lisiiail drain Ccniiiiissien
MercS-asit iii V.iiinipeg. <«^_!
Consign jour grain to me ami get Prompt sorvU-o, ^ni1 a"e^
; and  highest market prices.1 Q       Q P i W K      '      iUn       \
I Reference-UNION BANK of CANADA.    ^ »    ^L^JrllLt^liSl,-«l
A oil iKi*> eiqi'-cin ,ttr--, nve on eacti
•"rum foot aiid lour ou oath hind foot.
"Women's   SciTrnpre.
The I-l'o of M  n wanted the electoral
*, 1
n       Jn.ni'pe.ii''*'-     !"'1"
,.,,,,,..   .uid    , e-.llr.siie  '-.
.  , .,-0.ns   c-i   M'ims '"
/,,-..!   lu   U"l   -i   l-o'tl"   01
■ 1 \" cj inbiii'-.'!
fi-. &     1 ' '
B1 'li-
vou  v alk   on  oid-
. ..i-i.  it   p*  p.ifrl."-
sui-u  ""   •       ,    .,  „ ,       i m^.j v o ;.. woi.ii'. in T-^ri  '1 lie M.m1i.i-3
believed that the v. mien ot o.hm «» , .   | • ^ , ^( __ i(,,0 ,„,. ^ lonm!-' voie.s iu
tries oannot be < oiis.deivd in  .lie- **a m   . 1   ^       ^ -^   y(l,|inl   ,_rXV0 its  womaii-
category   *__-_.  hy .^ ^"Z \ Una'  tiVo   e'-^oial   franchise   ,n   lSo3
as far as it goes a.!-.  i-» "'■»•>   lu--    « v.,.fm,.,  h.,. ,, V():n.i,,
ties  the  AuV-'c-in   w<.:imn   *-t tne*, su-
Wbv is .1 fender like W estounste,
V),,,JN '_i'„.cause it conioins tlio
ashes   o!   the   nio.it
ii 11
I.i .    1
lu    (ll      I I    1
jlll    '        I'l     l    V
tl     ll ..     I
.Mi       1 up ll
,      iiM-s    IO.   [W't"_
a..d    H1 *'**'***"'     ''■■
-    An   icicle
Ml-"tMt'lN"l S -
in ubvi.-s  of   l"
i ,   il'i-   i-ln "I ' *"v
;  -   pulili. I"'-1,
mil    is   sui.il-
%    tlnscs 11
,1!    1!     1 onto *
,1        {."I 1   I'UlA
,1 Un;   1011 e.>s
,t   ..ml < 1» i-P-
disl,one-it '—
, \ s     picking
1 hutch    ritv-s
' be   Hillside
,HL.t„o. ui.fc.n.i.ysy, i^'^'o^;
f-nls in the mo*-' impu't.u.: one 01 ..n
that of maUin.t:*. »•«.! «-i^ »» ^"'"se; '
rpteiiee of her < u'tn .it "'. u> cmi-' «'.
those atiribao- "huh are imm^'JI,
thought   not to  I";, -a, i.-"	
V.otmi.i hi.s a w,,:n.iiis s-ifrate law,
and wou.eu h.i\e the rgbt to sit in thp
f >de. al house 111 \;u«n.hj.
Whv     end     Km'     U'^1-''      f'-'''1
lui-.isli s'—ltecause she'd   Vdaui
\\l,v is the Danish toi-vi a bud
pbuetoHO.lor (lUi-Jtnoss Betausu ol
the  sound  which  is tlu-ie
Tho   piesct   u.d.iutions  point  to   a   spotted   wheat   crop   ,n   Sout  r .    ^ an.*
arco.nl   of   ...si   '  \W   Have  laid   a   K«eal  deal      ...     expor.em-o     h.un      .„    & ^'
J,.!..      ^o«   ...av  h-.r  .he  ben._.U  of  lh,s   experii-iH-e   by   slupuin, «   -' }» «t
lhe uppe. half o. M...atol3a and the- Terr.lones huv, a l..e h.u op 1.
O^d'b,' f.ost, a,.«l we< would l.U, to show vou pr.ces «0 . «n ^t o ,
wheat     Let  .*  P.OM.*  Uie.s, frtits  to jou. as   we. aio  domi;   to  join   i.e.n
REFliRENCGS: Canadinn Bank Of
Commerce, Commercial Agencies.
I      ll m 1  K,1 S\!  SS   Id   Itl'l   '*-'-'   '-U  l    "U"\
vo',,i,'*!'-t,:;;',.'-,.:••:;. :mixr^
p.0,,,00.   n,-rp.,^.,M— t«:.v  !:ro    ;..«;i:pi.   n.;--;^\^
nproporlkna, be.  uuvMlpov-.. ui   .  • -    n)  ol,i-,illl ,,     ,       1.0 ,,,,
ctitse' and as , p.op.iu.itA. of Un- ra,'.* ,. ,..„ . ..> ^J'^J,,,^, lM_
she vannot eeo.pete %mii. ^'(W1' ' ;^'U 1 un* -..... -1-,•>>• *• o^"/
siwnspr   bodies,   but   of   le^*   l..i,*l>l.v i .,,;,  ... ,- ,..,.s .... .   •«..  m-- «• .u-
i.     ,, 1 t.i,     (..       u   1 M noil in       *-" ■
;' ,u n Mi.du.n- that d,e,d.ul djsease
iCi waM-as the si, oi.u^il .n.u.■ *»<! ^
,1. .ti,ns tl.e vounir i'.'iil (iPlH-Me 1 iidsi
l,n Ii.vu u'ed .his .nole... med.(...es»v
,;he,!s t«o,i,|!l:i up«1 novo. ..ul* tn 01-
i,(i    .1   ihiooimli   <uie ^^^
What pait of -Motland is what no
one can  Ire  without1—-»vi
^hst ,s a man like who is in the
middle ..f lhe 'Ih.unc-s and can t
swim'— l.il-e  to  be ci 1 owned
Through   a Strictly
LA   Commission    Firm.
1    Wb.it    a" ii''''
I !. ••• '—i be :-mv
.   v    1    1     11
- 1 ![■-   Knoiii
\v ould     bai 11
- I   tob.i'   11"    >i
$100 Reward $100.
trained bu..'i*«
Dr. Em.l H.mcIi. a Oorman xxlo Mm - .    yi^    ^ <;>,it     ,ix(iI
for live vem-s in thi= < >u»iry, h.^ u-
l;rnt!y   written   en   H-    n.atter  in   a
British per.f.dP'al.    lie -im* - «»• ^ »» \    m-.,.
Io   tbe   fact  that   one   oueomo ot   lhe    ,u	
^.T.rr^^.X"^''"■  A »..^ «».*;r-7!-r .^'
JT^r.,.uo>ry;y;;,r::;fh-.r.-J:.' '.'.-.Vr.".."..r. ,::i
win   materiuiv.   ^ lm'b   he   u^.uus        i ,   u,   .Hv   v,*.--
^?!y%?:\;A::A~:iA,ixAAA :■;■,■•{
which  <loud t..e l'"   •"-,         ,.,,„,.         i U .^- -    *    '    V-   \ •      -o ..-
Mow   Yoik  Mcoic.il   he^.iu.        -    -	
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ii   i \.i i'
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I luiee   u i   ,.'.."   '
1  1.
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Minard's Liniment Cures jtorns. etc,
Wbid-i   is   the   most   nup-ici'.   touiilv
,„  Cieot   Ih-itoiiP-l lie 	
W.uit   t^t.aordma.v   kind   of    "U'at
ls  to be  houuht   tn the  1-U- oi  «^l"
—"Mutton  irom  t'ovves
We handle sli.ctly on , f-V''^;;^^;^^;:   '
lo   car   shipments     and   «•» .^^ lJft.  ^. '"     ^   '7f 'YOV    have -^in
THOiVlPSONellSONS & CO.. The Commission Merchants, Winnipeg.
a*** ra JF& i. trVg As the vvcstsm representative of das riichard.sor
OB^^i^ J& ^ons Mimstot. ami Toronto, and Can. L.n. Oi
mm Limited, llontieai. I''. U /l am alw;ays in the n.arkej. tor car ots
of ciam oi evc.v %.u.ety. v-'^oat, oats, barley and lnv . «' .^ ^u
fi w.ite o" vvi.e vu quotations at any time on whatever jou h. ^ to
om.rnCo?respondenco Lobcited   m  either   K.^lish   or   ( eromn. -
■or  imotmat.on   ie  shippioi;.   etc.   ^vej.   .mmu. m-  -Jt   ■;^?'l\vl^KO.
Mot i nan is Hank of Canada l-.l) \\ A Uti   U H..11.L.1.
An Ap|.'oV",«?  P,aV,,r'
,lohn  Ihibeiison  of    Clas-
^(a.'.'^ cf -  i» j ti 11   mil  ic pleaded   to
.t.aitli-r  1     •   .    1   ,r.- drenrteit dla;?as.e
In'  1 ,  ■      XJ  fuie  In  art  Ha
w"  P w   . ,tn       111.IPs   Catatil.
! th^ cnl    1     , , ,   ,,„„,  Knuwn to t'.i"
P't'i'i,. 1       1       ,  ^  in in;  ci  constltii.
llli" 1. (  ii
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11. -
c I, t.iU. 11 lntniruiU>.
II-> . 1 und  routotn slii-
i1 in l v    OisUovni.T   the
1       "n!   rav.i.i;   Uie  f.i-
hM  u,i  tl,i«  citistUutleii
1     . iiln.-   us   v.01 Ic     Tim
f 1 th   In   ll-,  cu.-'tivu
1   ....    Hui..!i-.l   Dolluis
'11 li   1U11*     Si-nil  tor libt
  I     The   ii-^    •"    „>n   ,houl    some
%       . ,r „ „• t n, beautiful m cotton , u •„  Mi    ^-'^  n  *?°   „,,     lo
A/°      '   xo,  'css.«tbel"..stre,iui-,r,i*   the  d.mu.l.^   t».; ^ l« ^ „, ,a
nain silK     N  •' ^u.n.o.'t       when        .; woll„v
Mtc to «-CHl 1 u- fl        , (1 h , :       o.   • .* -i • aml ,A.
ASO,;i   tV^ty-c^thati.Uie    jj ce      - -1 ;.. ■   „..,.„„„,,     with
L^t^    nlvu^iutho.orid.    nl'S.,n,,.,I,,..;..;;;iolhinB   W1  a
No n .iter how f.r.- J»«r ^,wn nnH ,.,•       .      a     " c ^   ^^^     ^
I,, s^'iiw1^1!1.1.::. °   :/:!:: .,T •  ,M.
I „i0. os .ne i'l'!'"  u ' "■ ""
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1 m  l'u  List
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Ulv   I     I he    i iM'M I'i'
' I 1 shoo .Hi' "O.l
1   Ol   s',\ K*.
11   lhe l-'tv "'"
pcltico-ii   be " '
thread  bif'i*' u
i-,i>;_ed   ed ne-    -
<i\ oid-'d
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s.     uith '.i hti'.n-.'
 e"t vi \.ashed.
ir,..Mb.^s   will    l»e
oico'.ie   fait'''1  :''" l
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1 • 1
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1.1*11 V'   .    'i
1 shell..1  -'•-vo
;;;,,   llllui.t iniN^ -t"i;w-
I-, i..0 ci.tr-ihv.-"cl i*t 11 Welsh village
tiv.e .ire tour l.upe je«'  trees, ami a
...iV m.lv I" «»i«-' ot   tluSU' wIuob
moleL.etl^ adoir. ism-od forMoi.ns
[..cto.il needed to heat the church dur-
iue; the winter m mill-.-     &
1 o
Cd  01   t .s rose   _^
Mir.-o^   mav  'oiuir   in   any   place
whore ^the  den.e.   Mrattnn   of   mr  Is
nfted above the lifter stiatum. thus
cans..:?; a letlect.ou of thej-ays of li^ht.
Sln^'n.S   Floors.
Japanese ladies vv.netir.ies have tha
floor, 01 their bomb.-. ,. underneath the
l,   ,0 im.-iun-d that  by  the move-
,„.,„• 0, tl.ebiv.ids when trodden upon
souuils somothui, I.Ke tbo ol.In».nK of
bud!, aie emitted
JUS ££ '^f ^r^^i^SS" "-SSSK
Any Bank iu Winnipeg. ^^  ^^   QRA1N   EX_  BLDG r  WI^irEQ.-_
1 I v . 1 ,il I 1 I ip! • t 11
1 s 1 1 nnl vi Iui h bet
1 1      l'i|i  O 1,11;    I 'u'l'i
'   1 lelu , sinit hum,
I     si. ,1 Jtl 1    inodii i*
1 1 s I |n>       (l.iss        ul
O'.'l   ible     loi    tb      'Ul
' ' l -i 1.1 .Lands ,ii . l.t ! b
.. AU'A) '.linn- iiiothors mav not
"•'■"it.    Wl,,.,,
mi ^
in M,   j
Iiu, s
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I'V t
A   Vni'sal I
I'i ,, .11-   w    "  •
from i.n*' ""■
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„...,.,,. ■";■;„",",
I*je-.!.   l-.i:l*''"**
1 h n
'K 1.
i\e   Ih
| Son,..!™,   the. "»"; »   £™
f.i.n n*o 'm ■■ .       . 1   ..i ii"   * '"    51 arav.   "Ycl &i 	
'.,...,;,... .all   the  nnum'i   i--;-      .        . . H -■ _ . , .
The JniinncvJ '''•"
The Japanese 1 inj,'Uiicc contains no
ft-vvoi than eighteen sviionvms for the
noi-m.'.l pronoiiu '"I." ■'»•-. 'or My\
•Lls, of People. And et.q.telte makes
:t unlawful for a pi-mm bclon^ms 0
0!U. 1ViI1iv ui societv to nmho use of Iho
pionoun perUMiunu to another.
Changed With thc Season.^
■■"Whin is her favorite lloivi'i '"
"That depe-'.ds on the price."
A. Pill in time is a Wonderfully good thing and saves
many a fit'of sickness. Every person, young or _ old.
neeci a little help often ftp put their systems right.
If there's Biliousness Constipation or. Indigestion a
Cose of BEECHAM'S PILDS. willigenefally set things
right. Sick Headaches are cured as if by charm, and
you will
sold , under   cfuani
>into  or  lmrni
r' lilt le  oiies  arc
, li    H.ibv'.s     Own
" "    '-li.-in.   '
;»«-;;'...iii1. ■■„. -,.
I,,;,,   M('"i"'-    who , have.   u:--od'-,fl
m yy'"'si<   ---peak m-.- tin
|iii(, .':"-   -\ ■   •' uluist one'.
In-V ,'," "    '-''.'•:      "I    iind'■ Hiiby .:. ■  jnor.-o..se  v...-   •«■--. f.,i-in" a t|U:«""' •"• '4 .v-n.-t K,l:*'".'",,',„y.i
I'"' ;;",'",' V ■-„, „«1 ibe,,,'  vt UR. week they  :-   <   ';>    ^  ^J,  di'b»U |   v,;--^
Ri   A1\ '"'.i-.v   v.as   troubled   with   -..   ||,nii uv ns 'l,n'", '     .,,.-•,!        Many S >ii«..-b.»-- JiC.*t«co„
lv''i:;,;'l:;;|-:^v,1.yei,)SS   end   ,'st-'   ^Vltl.ot.t.   ^m,y]:m \m-or   eren lfi.«4W,. - -^
Winn   was   bee.-te..   ml 10. uced    >
1  ,,,-l.iu.l     on    a     larm'  scale' - ^ hn
Puiiv       MH
'dissolved     the     Topes
and be enabled to enjoy many a pleasure heretofore
made impossible.
BEECHAM'S PItLS make life.'worth living by
putting your system in condition to enjoy it.
Any trouble arising from derangement of the organs
of digestion and secretion .is quickly set right if you
' .1 ■'' «
. 1.
l.i"-;i',f"  - ",V,'iN 'boUli-s Vvas   id.!'-   ,        ■   ..
Afler  usmii   t*.,Nc,'"'.    --1    U.ink   l'«in    hl1*"
|vtt- ne'  forever.   —-"	
Where  vvarN^T^K    ^\\f
was  in    l.ls     thirty-i-tintl-  yea." .'-I ut .0
N„ yy > = a.- .'»* ■-.-,«., AAAuyA^yZ ps-do^
s';,u'.».""' w!,!'-1
Htm .,    ',""' ."iv"i:n-   ipiite   welt and if
■Viil'i .f|...,'.'"';;   l""->Hby   child.
.....'"■'"■'l^'-r. .V.''seni'"i;v"..mi"i'.nl..''tl,,inU   U'e
li,,,'^. i',,liy 'by   writ in-   The   Mr. 1. culty.
h:\i-.   stood
;lihli;:.t   dbii-   ^^75 .'_     ^     ^5^
,,ow do we know Home was built
i„ ,he Hi^bf.'-Hocau.-ie bisl or.ans sav
i;oi ic was not built  in  a  day.
 ..r    -1 r--..-,~.    :   nieil.
There'was 11 wliiemakers" union • in
aome B- C*. 5-1. They had regular meetings at which tbey discussed tlio best
methods of concent rat in- wine so as to
reduce it to a sirup and finally to a
solid cake, hi which form it was olleu
preserved for many years.
I.uiii! Sui-tiii'e,
Every well developed adult of the human species has lung surface equal to
1 400 square feet. The heart's power is
siiflicicnt to lil't itself l.'.OOO feet each
Which is the liveliest <".!y in t be
world'.*—l"erlin:- because it i- .'l«-lU'
on   the. Spree. ,'"
Whv is the Isthmus .if Sue/ like Um
first '"ti" hi cucumbof?— Hocauso it .1*
between  two  "c's.-" .-.
Minard's liniment hjr^ale^erjwlicre.
To wiiat.-p.u-t. of tbe world sbi.i>h!
l.unKi"-.v folks e..>iurate"*--iy AnuA-
wich  .Islands.
ICiill-     (.'
'""kv',,"; I' aril's Wnio'tt Cwcs Ba«*-fE-
#y$i rirniininm  wmmmmimam  y��-g*  f ���" p" Sri lt*ii  wmVM'i,  W.i'It'Atm  krntt m\WMBWB**!yitmnrT2aPi*.-*e >  I l:A>-  . v   X  *_ ,4  H-Oaswi^^,  rYVRW  -i      1?    i!   1!   ft     B   N5?   S   ]��     X  1.0.0. F.  ' ibiished in tho interest csf ( he people  of 31 oyie and East Kcotcr..iT.  7. J. SMXVU.S: CO.,  FutllGlierc.  Why do you suffer thai -^nr-ing, sir.ar.inz riun v.her. yo:: can obtain   -Instant  relief with ttvo itr>n__ca_ior.s of " ��  r.iT^-. er ^cmccr.irnc'.:.  .^e Y<  ....52.CO  SATURDAY,- OCTOBER  S", 1901.  In Tez.ia a man once advertised   for j  "n. boss hand   over   5,000   sheep   thnt]  * can "prjeak Sp.mish fluently.'' Then  there w*3 th.'? boree dealer who hold  iy ativi-rtis-oJ : ''Arp.eu id gray hor.-e  calculated,for a eh argot, or would carry  ' a lady .with a switch tail." \V. .S. Gilbert, of Gilbert and Sullivan opera  frame, was standing on t,lie Glens of  bis club house, when, z stranger approached and ached: "Does a m,tn\  belons to your club with one eye nam- [  -sd Walker?" "I don't know/' was   the  ��� answer; "what's the nape of his other  eye?"    An au contains the request for  "a coachman to look after a pair of   a  ' religious turn of mind."  Try it.    We recommend ft for Corns, Bunions, Warts, etc.  MYALL'S EA3EM cures tire I, sore, aching, sweety feet.  Tlie Pes.office Orng and Stationery Store. ;.  J. ATCHISON,  Meets every Monday evi-ming in  their j   ^JHj     '  hall  on   Vie-foria c.reet.    'Sojourning J   fife  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  C. A. Fcotk. -?- J- S:.:yi;j,    ,   ,.��.  .   Noble Grand. Secr'y.     I    $)  .-     .-       .        ',   .<".      <* ,  '". .   ".    "?i a-"- jC-������(*, f*'r   ���**-    "~.   ���?*, ^v    .���, ��� "*"     ���---?"���>  ,���>'. C-i ...   ...'- - .- -j* �����;��������� e "���;.-'".     ."*-*'���.��_".��:."'.!��'���.*�� ���"   '"' '-���'..:-'-    ���"*'<��������     "^  ! IfioYffi IrUJVBER "& JHiuihtr Qui  $a>.y, H&nmg- aruJ^Lath KfUa  /MOYIE,. 3, C.    ' .'  Proscriptions carefully prepared.  PitontlKXOR.  _-..... m.-j���.n^i^..i  %_*SP  ' Refrigerators, Screen Doors,  Window Screens, Green wire cloth,  Ice cream freezers.  We carry a large stock.    Drop in or write ua when wanting anything  1 in tho Hardware line.  Moyie Miners' Union  ' �� ������    M6= 71 W<F. ofM.    '  ;  'Meets in McGregor hall every AcA:i\~  tl.iy evening Sojourning members  are cordially invited to ill tend,  ���Joiix McDOl-'ALD, '  President,  "M,        . Man uLicfurcrn of and dealers in all kinds'of Pi ,0l;������  ,, ,  'fo\  Biding, Shipbip, Common Boards, Dimension, FinLh' u*:d'' T'"'l\  "���-yli      " Prompt attention to wholesale and retail ord;.,-.,  '    '" ' '  \m  V, ,  "ITM1  N. Hot  ��>V  . . Whv Not Reorganize?  ,Au effort should be   made   by   the  people,of   Moyie at'   once   to   reorg-  1 anize   the board  of trade.    There are  ��� several matters that need , immediate  'attention, and thc board  of   trado   is  ��� tbe proper body to look'  after   them.  The sidewalks in.Jilcyic.are in wretched condition. They'are a disgrace to a  ^thriving little town like.this,   and are  an eyesoro lo Btrangcra v/ho visit   this  ' place, frequently here w,ith the intentions of making   investments.    Another matter lhat needs looking after   is  the cemetery.   Anew site   should   be  selected or the present cemetery cleared and fixed up.    This matter haa been  under discussion for several years, but  the same coelitions exist now as at the  outset. Moyie at one' time had a good,  1 &nei'g..'tic boacl of trade and much good  ivai,     aecum'plished hy it.'   The   same  maft-ri.i] it here toilay-and it should be  CEANBEOOK  ILb P p f  Harvey   '_&   Mp-Carter,  ( *        rf *���  Barristers, Solicitors^.-N'otaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -  ,��    B. C���  W. F. GUED,  i5AKKrsxi*;n, nocrcrTOji, tztc.  CR_VNBRO0X. '     ' '       ,"J3. C  M    H   11    H     El       EM     _  ���yyi 8"  ���JX.JL. \Jr ^. Ji  ,P.,F. JOHJVJSIOM  :a.  % Thifcj Hotel is New .and well Furnished, Thi  Tables,are Supplied with the Best the  .MarKet."affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best' Brands of- Liquors and' Cigars  Ba      fi=_i  eJij! fit -x  "    c    w y h  ~-f-0<���������-*���  -S5>Si  NELSON,  13. C  'reorganized.  A  'xy~A-.-*i*s-  ',      , *���  ���    "���- ���   - "  NOTICE 10 CGi/TEACTOES,  I  rllC-HWAY   BliTDGE   OVER   El7C    B.IVER  AT MORIIISSEV, B, C,  TimeDieoe, {  ant the pat-^rv  SEALED T-SXDERS, properlv ondorced "Tc-u-  isrfor Mcrrl^sej-nridt'o," irill bo received by  'the undem'.irucd up ti noon of the ��� Oth of, Oc'r  '6ber ntr.t, ior the erection and completinu oi r.  '-.vooden bridge across the Elk River, ar the  .Town of iiont-sse.-, East Kootencj" District  .3.0. ,  D.-HTrJngs, spec.f/Icun'ons end conditions of  tendering- and contract may bo seen at the office ]'  Of the Public Works Engineer, Lends nnd Works  "Department, I'ictoria, B. C; at the office of the  Government Agent, Cranbrook, U. C. aud at the  office of the Chief Con-table at fernie, B. C, on  and after the' 10rh instant.  Kach proposal must be aecompnicd by an   accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit  on  i7   JEWEL��0  ;fflS3^_    ?erfeot  ^.j ����V^M,[V^gtf \Yre v,'  ^^^..rouage   .  of    (he  J^^i'<W0k    '"particular   man'.'  ' 'l!!H IH  P       watch by ll-3e sec~  -;-^^'*^"'     on(J  .hand-    0llr  repair work will pleiss him. He will  be interested in onr stock of '.-High  Grade Movements. ��� . =-------  W. P. TATS,  Wholesale Wine  and Spirit M,er-  .   chant. '       :  Agent for Galgary Brewing Co.'s  Beer, Ale and Porter.  r* t r  T. Label & .Co.'s ���'  Hay a,nd Grain,  lifz- .and  Calgary I  DKS, KING  &  MILES,  X>3EJl?s_rT,XjS^C,Su ,  Will bo iu .Afoyio Ilthof eaoli  nionth.  Cranbrook,  B, O.  ei.  d  \Ti  <;>  ��_  \y   MOYIK  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL -  AND MINING MEK    '       '   ~~���  .  E������'���   7-       -'-       -     y      '   ~- UKiTisHcuLniiiH  ���6��������3SC�����-*r�������������"c������ee^���C-i���S33'a. ��g*.geS>*��a-=-6$���e$f.i��$,' ^3a  "aggoaaak%jm��ii^^^  George H. Tbompson,  ',      ..'  jBauhistkr, Soi.rciT0R, Notary Public, &c.  CRANBROOK,"    British Colujibia.  BUY YOUR  'To'ba.ocos,  "    PEOM ��� :  c A. B, Stewart & Co,  AGENTS  l-'OR  KOOTENAY   STEAM'   LAUNDRY  ���WW"  CRANBROOK.  F JEWELER.  Foreign and Domestic Wines, liquors  and Oi'rars.  CRANBROOK.'  alace Restaurant  0  5. UJi  and BAKERY.  Jleals serytd to Order.   Bread lor Sale  Twelve Loaves $1,  R. T. HOWARD,'. Prop.  1 '  i  Makes you feel   light and  gay, and puts new life iiUo  yu. ''' ' ��� '  Si ^'. ���:  . '<\A^<f' AAr,  ���t * :>-y?-A. -./a  i��C| ,.-.>      irj'    JV    ./ -,V     ',  \    V     I,  Ik-.  J.UST ItEOEIVED���A carload- from   tho  distilteriop t>r  Gooderham & Worts, Joseph Scagrani, and Hiram* Walker  (ii Sons. ' .  o  ri<niuiTi��a limn |i m  Official watch inppector'C. P. R.  Crows Nest Division,  , TAYLOR & DAVIS,, j  "irn n n nrnri mi iimiiww wiw  o. r. DS^AULNIEm,  CRA^BP.OOK.  Bricklayers and brick   manufacturers.    They intend putting a carload of  . ,    ,    , . brick in   Movie   for   immediate    u.-e.  u Ciiarterci bank oi Canada, made  t^fulp   ir '-  *       , '   ��� 1 ���  ti1(1,ir,r'or-i~iw.ri ,n .- - .  pa\aoie   lc, Anyon�� requiring chimneys can  com-  tlic nnrier^ltll^Id, in tiie  -ura   oi   tv.-o   hundred I ,- , "   ,  ^o.dolUr,, wlnc-b ojaU b0  forfeited   if  t,lC | "^'-icv.-"-'l'.rf ;*i. or.lenvo order* at this  party tendering decline to' euter  imu   cuntnu-t!, oluco-     ���' reuoh rcngPf? a fioecialty.  When ta.lcd Upon to do lO.    Ihe Cheque of   r.zi- i rr=r.---^_:i_- --rr-_: ---=zr=rrr- r   oUcce��->iul tenderer will Le-  reHirne.-l   to   them!  tipoa tii-.-'-xecuilniiof  me   eont.-aet.   'I He   sue-1 JI nf bp-*'     ��:*^r\*j ^e  CtJ^JUl   tuiidctcr wih   be. re."i-aired  to  fi;rni-b . fiJOA fJd     {-.."i.l'J'y���_^c^*3^*S^  anc Bath 'Rooms,  bounds, hiii^oh end I-,vosi::-_ ties, -.atisluetory to  ��� Iiu C'l.ief, Coaiiriissipuer,   1:1   iiie  ..-ui.-i  of   two  thoui-ands Ci':!,00u) dyilar.-. each,    Upou the   exe.  cution ed ihe IjouiI the- clieiiii'i ni-ovc me-iitioned ]  will be returned tu the- c 1111 actor.  Teude-!.- wiU uu\ bv c.n .ide.-c-d v.-.iio-s miidu  out u\, r-ic 10/ins --Hf.).J. i ,.:ii: -ijjinjti witli turn uml ^i^u/ttuie (.1 tin- -Mid,.-ie'. .  'ilio lov\e-.it ui-uiiy f..-:i iLr not  nece.-iturily ��� an- j  Ce-i-'te-d.  \ XX. 6. OO UK.      '  Jjcpuiy (;ommis -iouer of I-ands .<> \v�� '������  I .uid- t'...l Work*, DetLUimenr,,  Viet jriK, Xi. C, 1 'tn -iuiituinliOr, J'1.'.!        ;-.��� t  -I.i   ���rONJJBr.iMinf  .7   .*':  '���"���' ->-. ~rrt rn"1'^  /-* r J. <" T- 1:  {.  ��.i^*i ���,���^Brji1 <s* jj g-�� -^jt  -THE-  cw  ��ngsPIP  _-_=_!  Oil If.  DESAULXIEK IiKOS,    Trope.  Lar^e sample room iu . connection  with house for commercial men. Best.  Of accommodation!..  Fendquarters  for   Com-      '-  mercialand Mining Men.   .  QUEENS  AVENUE,        '    MOYIE,  T..C,.y  aagfc_Ta^XK_rcHgs^ijM����wgiXT>^��T��cMraejM n%^iyrxmo^^wron!**~rT*ri '  s  re  '8E-  . J..NUGENT, Froo.."  Comfortable Rooma and Good   Board  at Reasonable Prices.  First Class   Accommodations for miners* ���  MIDNIGHT- SUPPER SERVED,  MOYIE, British Columbia  OSflOPOUTAN  ;..���-^,  u��      -'-:-J c ���? (-V^S   *1     w  Our aim is io please patrons-  Good   draft and-'hoUlod   beer  alway. ct hand."   ���  JOE NIEDERBTADT, Pron.  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A-^e.      W.QYl'M  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  5_a  U. H. f'Ul  MSEOHANT   TAILOR.  Fine   Suitingo,    Ovarc-o&ting  Ti'oHsera,   Imported     Goods.  MOYIE,  B. C  .<"^  ?42sf  ALL   THE   1  __Y    USIXG  I  WholesiUe".Wines, Liquors and Cigarp*.  CRANBROOK, B, C.  5SSS^��SSfiSftS__m?_3<&^  ' -SEND'-YOUR 0BPJ2BS  TO TJS.  For all Ts'inds of sheet ir.e-t.ii ���york:i_-J  rlud>".tr  .iOQFING-,    -FlIHNAi'E  HEATING.      BLOWKU  .   piping, stock ro US, in."  We *ili?o iiandlp a   fuil   line  "I ''!I*-|  ���    Clary'ri Famous   Stovn?," il"iy  bos 1 in the markt-t.  , PATMORE ii.ROS,  ORANi.ROOK, '  B C  ^��H9i  FOR SALE,  .;��2e: T~��r @<ale.  Apply ro'  J*. H  HAWSE  P.  I3URXB & Co.'8 SHOP.  g " i"**7T*njRNiTLVK E -FOR  ���t ^_��w_L_UoVd  ��!?  ifrf&J  iij'cii'wwr r-jp-*-ro����r -*-^fc..t-we- r����a-j��  xr^>t.>y mnmwjwHd ���> wv��rwri>  PREST. PHOTO -GO.  ���CHANnKOOK AND  MOYIE.  ���  ^hMiWm^^     50  YEARS' '  j^i*.'  ��� ^rt^iS-r*  .���        Designs  .  *"_.!���':/*> Copyrights &c.  /.:-,-,-r; : :*.,!;-ir a sketch and description may  *;n!.;li:V .������:i.':;-'V'r..n our oi.inlon free wiietlier an  inv'diiMon. is probably p-'itentahlo. Conirnniiica-  tinnautrlc-Uy oonfldmil.ial..Unmlhookon I'at.nnta  fcu/.-l. lici;. oldest i-jioticy.forBocnvinfr patenla.  I'.il��nt-3 taken .throiiL'li Munh & Co. recuive  special notice, without chnre-o, i,.Uio  >)U^s3l��l_!V JflWiu-fSUilii*'  A liat'ulsnnielr Illiistrrilrrt T7(!rk1t. I,ni-20Ht elr-  ciiluiiu:; nf any tK-.tf'.'- ������"������- joi-rtuil.. Terms, %'A n  y.-ir   <���nr months, ���',���!.  I.!.'"..! i.ycll r.'.'"Va(ioalers,  K:nuoh Office.. ��'-o l<* ff-wWK^��ie*ii. u. c-  Seattle, Tacoma  AX"I)  ALL  'acific  Coast Points  St,. Paul,, Chicago    New  York  '   AND. ���'��� '.-    '��� ,  ALL   POINTS <-EA.S T;  ���Piilace  and Tourist   Sleepcs,   BufOjl.,  Library cars, Modern "'Day coaches  Dining   cars.    ,Meals  ,',,���������   a, La Carle.   .    .  Best Meals oh Wheels  2   Fast   Overland  r��  TRAINS DAILY/y  f        Special Excursion Rai'es lo  World's;Pair, St, iouis  YOUJt CIIOICK  OE  K0UT_._.  For Tickets, Rates, 'Folders and  Full' informatijn, call on or ad-  dre.ss any   Gnat ^prtherri Agent   ,f  or write  S. G. YERKES,     II, BRANDT,  G.'W. P. A. G.lA&'sAk.'  f. BURNS & Of  U'IfOnESALK ANu KETAJL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  Frc-sh and Cured Meats, Frc-oh  Fish, Game una J'oullry. We  supply   nuly   tho .best.      Your  trade solicited.!  :  il markets  Xn<   all   the   Principa)  Cities and   Towns] in  British Columbia.  .  "^EANERSOE, B a  IIkadquart'^y- ron East  K oo'I'enay.  __   N' i.'^  w��*H��r BOOM.        kitch:  AL such iow pricf.'ii it v/ill pay you to come and dee for yourself.  Wo__n><r��f5*w?->r\\\ ��X-i*YY\\^iwf%  P-iiiHt'Hinil  mihhuiimn rlirnuiiiB uuns|jo��j  (KUI^EIiAL   UJUKCTOIty)  Cranbiook,  Nn bcii��r opji.irtiinily was ever t flVrod for the aquinitiou f*f mi intor-st'11  ono of Wi-.ttiMii Ciiiiid.i'f gii'iilffct resoiiie-ca I ban by iiiV'fs<iiJJ>'��'t i'i l)u! ^>m*  1 f tho  afhead Valley ��if lands Developmeat CA  Fiuy Now Refor'. the Shares do Lo a Premium.  25 CKNTS   PER SIEARE, Fully Paid up and tfon-Asrfeesahlu.  Tbe capital of tlio company is small, bul tho value of iiu in-Mf i' ve,)  grc**it. Tho prohtri aro likoly to be lurijo. Fur further parLiculars :mhI '''W f'1  [irospectu.s apply to  BE ALE & EL WELL.  ^|^M����an.i*��w����*iMw��nr��c rASv:K>nntc  *��^*rt*��n��aft*X��a  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.J;  hoarding and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Neleon  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characteaizo each "department.    .Parents  should   write   for  ROBT. II. OOSGROVE, Soc'ry. and.Mgr.  particulars.    One-mouth   a'ssur'oH   the  public of   the   thoroughness   of   tho  Soaitlc,       701 W Rivrr *ii   a,'     I Sist,ers' ',noLho,,��   of leaching.    Terms   er  Wash        ���        Spok^' Waa-'^SJIKcI5^^^ ,���L*mW2*2^^  &.A' '.'���'' '    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEtt 13th  WILL BE \]  $  ���.. .    .      ���-.������   ��� .  "���  ���������������        '���. m ��� ���       ������:��� . fi  gj British   Columbia Day at the  Spdltane ii  TNTERSTAm EAIR,.';     ;       -  M   Railrond Tickets OAtl Uo purchased at Ono Fare'for Round   Trip  (j Tuesday, Oct. 4th, Gdod Returning Until Oct. 10th.  yi  Band Concert by Fifth Rogimont Roja.l   British   Artillery   Band  ol    -,  VICTORIA, B. C.   ���      '.,-  Big Vaudeville Program in   Front' of  Grand   Stand.    Six   excitiht'  Races.    qt^pOO.in Purses,  Write for Race Program. j  <i  . on'   M  .���..'i���J*.-|HtiS'i-.---.


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