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Array T'i-.j'. ,  V-  K^^J^  //=-"-  ])o your eyes bother you?  Consult W.  H. Wilson,  0f    Crantrook   and, get  satisfaction.  Save money by purchasing yovr  TIMEPIECE from  Wilson, Uie Jeweler.  -JJ  VOL.'W .NO, 29.,  MOYIE, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER ;2I. 1910.  S3 A YEAR  ,   '    - M A I'L     ORD ERS.       ,    ,  Wo reach out,to evcry'part of the Province for business.,   Ifc  is coming to us from end to end of  British Columbia and  from far outuide'ot. British Columbia.    It stands  to reason  that it.aUduId be so, for tho store with the long arm, with  the yower to1 reach out tb the'markefe of tlio world ar_d to  buy tp "advantage, can also sell to advautag". and so ifc comes?  that the business of'this store is not-bound' by tho  confines  ,    of Vancouver eity alone.' Ifc is ,'not oven bounded  by  tho  -'   '   confines of British Columbia, so it 'matters   not -whero   you  ���    live we cati send you our catalogue, we,  can- send   you   de-  "   tailed descriptions, and f,ervo~you almost as well   as Jif   you  '���'   ��� could visit tho storp itself.,     ,    ^   ,;   1     :,,   ' ���  *.   ;.    '     '       ��� '        '      .     y  ,   - ;Henry? Birks & Sons,, Limited.  .Mewelcry. mail order house, =    ���    ,Geo. __��_ Trorey,- Man: Dir.  ..   - .! "' viNCOTTVERi B.   C.       ,   "-       ',','  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  /|> ' ' '       -    IA  4ies���<_66!&���fes-s-ie-$:^e���-!se'��*559(;  The Spokauoflyer now sfcojis at  Coleman.     , '  For the .winter, many  miners  will leave Stewart and go south.  J. A? Harvey,"ji. C, made a  doa-  nation of $500 to the  Cranbrook  -      .     ... , i      i  Y. .M. C. A. ,      '  The Dominion parliament will  meet'   at    Ottawa on Thursday,  November* 17th.        -      >  -.-   *'  i  - ���������        ,r ^  Kaslo is to havo a $30,000 courthouse. John Burns & Sou of Nelson have the .contract.     '  .?'  ��� W<T have<bpened up' bur card-' parlor ior the winter.  i'-,   '" rNic'c place to spend'��a few hours; boys.   -'  -  .   i. do"'a* general   collecting'business:, -  ' -Accounts left in! my haTnd^will be .;.  ' iobked-after, promptly., -"<*   .', J ���  <: A -'- \k*\lteal Est ate yinsurance,; Collections-   t,   *-  .i,,-��",--"-.,-.y   *. y-   '-     ';.,   ,j> -,   '   a '  < >>-y.< '       ��  ���" .'   yii_'.'V-!-.~;v.-   .   V  ". " ' KsA   - _.\, K- < Tvrrwn-R'  BOX- 4  'EST AKE.ISH ED/, UWT* ��  ; ...      INSURANCEv and, MINING   *\    - *  '    '       '   -and-INVESTMENT BROKERS.-'  .  Head Office " ' '   "''/ CRANBROOK,' B. C  Shoes - Shoes - Shoes  '      Most of the leading makes aud all of the leading leathers  '   *-,* -"  to be had at,popular prices.  J. W/FITC  Jfrjrfx. -Ai t4�� rfr-____> -  4  9  t .^J-rfz-^t rf? j&jfcLsfcurfa _s4z._s4t.tftr sty  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  'A  The best of accommodations  for  the .Traveling Public,  Largo and Commodious Sainplo Rooms.  Billiard KooBie.  McTAVlSH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  i ^7^ ^sr^r /^^rzjr ^ ^ *��C* s^ a>��5* V ��.-<**.-*>. ^z^r^-^ a  .**  !  fr  I  For the most fastidious dresser we liavc thc  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in thc newest American lasts. Oxford shoes in all colors  from *4.50 tb $5. See our new 20th CENTURY SUI1S.  Buy one and be well dressed.  A.  L Chas. Dake, an old time'- printer  of ^Nelson, committed suicide'' at  Prince Ruperfc the other day.  ,  Ladies are now,required to, re-  move their-hats when attending  service ,at -Wesley church, Vancouver.      l<    t    ._ .      r  ������     -- ^ _  "-- t?   ' ���"   r   ry '  -..Mr. ^yilliam R. Hearst offers  $ob.000'fora Qi^Lt in a, heavier  than air machine' fi;om .-thq At-.  lantic to fche^Pacific coast.  f The force at tha Mother Lode  at Greenwood is", to be increased  and the output of the mine raised  to 1500'tons d.aily.    .'���"    ,   ,    ."  "Bo" Drain refused-an .offer of  :.19,000 for his.hotel,in Blairmore^  the other day. ,'Urain was' ,work'f  ing for, day's pay in'Moyie only a  fo'w years ago.   ',' .       "��� -  --   '.,      /      ^t v r, ��    ,        .'      ;,  :l President Shaugh'nessy, of. the  The. Fernie Election  The Socialist party is making a  desperate 'effort to capture the  Fernie riding oil Satiuday. They  are concenctatiiig their forces on  that- , constituency. ' , Charles  O'Brien, M. V. P. for Rocky _\loun  LOCAL ASSAYS  :SK'y I  I        LOCAL ASSAYS ||  ^V!A/WV\/VV*^VV\^VV^AAiSi^VV/S^  / E. G. G wyn no is a*vay on a trix_  throu'gh Alberta.      ^ ,  -  -Mrs. IJattie Larson left Tuesday  evening for Calgary.   > <,  .   There i^  talk of  a che?s club  being formed in _Moyie.  tain    'constituency     in   Alberta, y Arthur Barber   hat  purchased  and R. P. ' Pettipiece   are, 'iu ,the j ^ pi;op'ei ty arid eKickens^f Win.  city, to lend - their assistance .<to"  (Mr. Rennet. Mr. Pettipiece i*<  holding down tlie editorial desk  in the District Ledger while tho  .Socialist candidate conducts his  camgaign. l-Vnyincial ,, ..T.e.iulnii.  Ilawohoruthwuite arriv'ed Tue.-.-  daytiiight from,tlie coait and Parker. William?, ,M. P. | P. for Newcastle, is also expected. ��� Organizer Gribble has been holding open  air meetings throughout' the district!.   " ��� ''     ,���'',-..'.       .  Nor'is the 'Conservative party  underestimating tho strength and  vigor , of-the .opposing forces.  Thei'r organization is perfect 'and  every voter will-be fully conversant witli the merits of Mr.' Iloss'  candidatiu'o/, before the , 22nd.  The record of the honorable com-  'missioner ���of landl' will bear ' the  most searching scrutiny by', his  constituents and neither his  ,ability nor,'his' championship of  the interests of Fernie' ri<3ing(  can hetquestionod. " ft is expected  that every available voter' will  exercise his suffrage on Saturday.  liroe 'fe 1 iears  ��� Ered,-,-Munroe,    .who   held_ up  Uilofield.  i        , ��� - (  �� The office qf' the Aurora, mine  has beeu?. moved to the "Conrad  biiildhi'g.'-.    ' '" -    '-  O. A. Poote, Chas. Ilanna and  "le"x Cam'ei'on were down' to^ ^ir^-  dar for a few days shooting. iVi  " ' Wm.', ifcKelvey__ is in '-Moyie  from Hailey, Idaho,' and -\vilt re-  inpAn in town'for a few days.,  ; Andrew _Muellpi',"of (.tlio iloyie  .Brewery, was transacting business in Cranbrook Tuesday. ' '  4 J; VV. ^Johnston) who is now  traveling for Smith. Davidson it  Wright, was in town-yesterday.'  'There will' be 'servicesfat the  Catholic church Sunday," -con-,  du'ete'd by the Rev. Father Beck.1  Don't forget tho coining Methodist anniversary .service November 13l"b, and the u<?ual hot 'sup-'  per November 11th. -,   ��� 4'     ���  Joe Ubnyie found a' fishing pole  at thc log chute last Sunday, aiid  tha owner can have ,it by ap'ply-  ing to him. ','f-, \ ���     ,  Peter' Molander, section foreman at Aldridge; wisheS to make  known that he has tame gee?,e -'on  Moyie lake;" arid kindly ^asks hunters to exordise a'little care.  j.';..  ���' 'goinoi: '���������  I"   ','���:'.'���'      '     ' ,. ��� .  | But still many good' bargains^ are to  I .be had.''   Amopg jkeM -tiie followiflg  stgna oat most .conspicaoHsiy  :\ieu'.  '. t (  regular Si.75  'i now $1.06  -.'" ,c$l-25(,  " .'    90c  ',"     cc       35c  '" "   ''20c  '     ���"        20c   ���  '    "   12 ,l-.2c  sweaters,.,  rubbers,  siring ties,  linen collars, 'a  ���   We' can "save ycu SI.50 on every \  pair of nuning aiid fine. shoes you. buy.  ?A  now ''    60c  ���'    30,.20c4  tt  20, 10c  G.P.'R. and party^ w.ill ,nofc visit Georgia' Allen in Moyie one night  the s Koollenay's 'on "their, present [last; week and -was ��� afterwards  trip, w'esfc:_'X Thoy'came and 'will 'captured.hy Constable Browning,  came -"before-" 'Judge -Wilson at  Cranbrook for, speedy trial'last  Wednesday morning (and ���,was  sentenced to,seven years in the  penitentiary at New Westminster.  Ic is believed "Munroe belonged to  an organized gang that ha3 been  operating in this district for somo  time. The heavy sentence Munroe received will no doubt have  the effect of scattering 'this buuch  of undesirables,  refcur'n'by'the" main' line:'  .r' m .7���1 ^ ������  "Sandy" Hogg, an old? timer in  Moyie,, but " now a resident of  Spokane, was recently appointed  district deputy vfor ,the Eiks of  Eastern Washington.  Lester and Frank' Patrick of  Nelson may play with the Edmonton hockey team this, winter.  The Edmonton team will probably go after the Stanley cup.  .:..-���n,.33o,oo.o.oo  ������;;5.330.000.00  ������Scs-nk'-ht'Oani  '7'-:^|'mpBriai:Bftu'  V   Capital .Autliorized-:--------------:$10^000 0(K  ���   ,'Oapifcal Subscribed��� ��� -I. ��.o7o,000.00  Capital Paid Up��� -���  -Reserve   Fund���������- .���_������..,,  "RTJANCHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA-  Craahrook.ArfotS   Goffoi, K.nilnops, Michel, ;N*w   JEoho!  Feraie, lfelson;-_Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  Drafts and Money Orders sold'avaiblcm any    ,  part of thc. World  ���" ��� ���'        Savings Baiik .Depavtment.  Interest allowed on deposits from  ����%^0^  MOYIE BRANCH; H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  }0��  Ifc is estimated that 5000 members of religious orders expelled  from Portugal have taken refuge  in Spain, .where they are now being distributed;, among the convents aud monasteries in various  parts of the country. .  i_ ��� ��� ��� '������  ���  i  W. A. Ansfcie, secretary pf .the  Mountain Lumbermen's Manufacturers association, was married at  Winnipeg on Wednesday last to  .Miss Dora Anderson. After a  honeymoon in New York, Mr.  and Mrs. Anstie will take up  their permanent residence in  Nelson.  From complications resulting  from the exposure and cold cd-  dtired when he was wrecked in  the Steamship Ohio disaster iu  Alaskan waters in August; 1909,  Michael J. Ilenoy, builder of the  White Pass <fc Yukon Railroad  system and a contractor on tho  nearly completed Copper River  it Northwestern road, died a few  days ago in San Francisco.  Fire Meeting Called  ��� i  There will bo a meeting of the  Moyio Fire Riignde, aud all  others interested, at the firo hall  next Monday evening at S o'clock.  The purchase of hose, ladders, and  other equipment will be discussed.  Hudson "Bay's   Name  -    Snaps for boys. .'  School shoes,  regular $2.7"5~,~$2.25, ."    ,  , ���',   -   ���      ' *'J  ���     '      '.'-    ���   ,'now $1.65; $1.50  Sold'but pf'-'ail sizes over two. ^ t   ���  'overalls,    regular "  '"    90c  caps.    '  -  �� -V       A5\  30c  suspenders,   ��<     ^,35,  2$c  y     A drop in gfaiiite lunch'pails,   reg. S5c now 4;5c-  ��� '   L.antcms,.> ' , y $1-25  "    75c  :    ' Fibre water pails, ,',  ''       ,,u    50cu    35c  ;      "VVe will sell you,' Prices  baking powder,   Lea  &  ; Perrius sauce,;C.'& B.'pictlesj"fo,r'35c each.'     ���*" '  ;      G���   W.   soap,   Magic  baking'powder, ^ Cream -of  ;;'\Vli"eat;. 1 ib good tea, rib^gopdj;pffee, canned fruits,  I for 20c each.' ��� - " ..    c   ' ���  'Call iu and we will show, you more money savers.'  The' Evangelistic ^Work  Shipping Concentrates  The AuroraL ' Companj- will  make a shipment of .concentrates  from the mill at Alice siding, near  Creston, about -next Tuesday,  The shipment will be made to  the smelter at Trail. The company has had a lease on the Alice  concentrator for somo time, but  during the summer months there  was not sufficient water to^run it.  Ifowever, the mill is doing splendid work now, aud regular shipments can bo looked for. 'Some  more men will be put on at the  mine next week breaking ore.  Conservatives to Meet  The    annual   meeting   of   tho  Brifci-sh     Columbia    Conservative  Association will bo held at Xelson I  on  Wednesday,   November 17th, j  at 10 o'clock in the morning.  *" The ~" Presbyterian ' church" m  Canada has for the second time  organized an evangelistic campaign. The present roue embraces  three, areas���AlgoimC northern  Saskatchewan, aud the Kootenay.  About eight preachers and as  manp singers are engaged in the  iwest. At Cranbrook are Rev. R.  E. Knowles, and Mr. Thornton; at  atj.'ernie Dr. Paterson aud Wm.  Weaver, and here in Moyie Rev.  R. Atkinson of Geneva church,  Chesley, Ontario, and Mr. H.  Brown of Butfalo, N. Y. Other  points are also7 being occupied.  Each missioner spends two weeks  at each point, visiting three in  all. INlr. Atkinson goes to Kaslo,  then to Swift Current. The work  of the preachers is done without,  remuneration,"the expenses, alone  being paid. - The Methodist and  Presbyterian churches are cooperating here in tho meetings.  On Sunday night the service was  in Morley hall aud thero was a  Cue congregation. Service in  the same place next Sunday at  7:00 p. m. Mr. Brown is a very  attractive dinger and has a fine  selection ot music.  Next week until Thursday  night tlio meetings will be in the  Presbyteiian church each night  tit ",-Ao.  \G-et tlie Habit.  ��� ,     j j  Go'to'  M^lA^/^VI^iWiVVViAlViiAiViAV^ *  Death of "Blind Rory'  A Dastardly Crime  , Roderick McDonald, better  known as "Blind Itory," was  taken off'the east bound train at  Fernie oue day last week aud conveyed to tho hospital. He v' was  suffering from pluerisy' aud died  the following' morning. He was  52 years of age. When a young  man back in Renfrew county,  Ontario, l:Rory" got into a iiglit  and in. the encounter bad both  his eyes gouged out. He then  took up the study of the violin  and became quite a proficient  musician. For the past year or  more Cranbrook was his headquarters, but he frequently made  trips,out to Moyio and other sur-  rouncling towns.  Early Provincial   Session  ' Anticipations of a comparitavely  early session of tho provincial  legislature are couQrtned by an  in form \1 announcement by Premier Mellride that the hou-e will  meet on Jan. 11th, tho for_.hn.d-  ovved program for tho se^-iou  beintj in many respects a very interesting one  Telephoae Central   Moved  The Central office of tho Moyie  Telephono company was this  week moved fiom thc -Moyie  Drug i ^fcutionory store to the  Conrad buildinjr.  Grand Master':Coming  There is a prospect that the  name of Hudson Bay will be  changed for something liiore appropriate. . Obviously tho/.present name is not appropriate, for  it is,nnb a bay at al!, but a sea,  and-the'thii'd 1,-irgesfc at- that.', A.  few. of tin* we?tent,, papers have  united in calling it the -Canadian ' Sold by the  Mediterranean."' turnery Co,  E. L. Webber, grand master of  the 1. 0. O. F. for British Columbia, will pay tho Moyie lodgo of  that order an official visit on  Tuesday evening, November Sth.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  has become famous for its cures  of coughs, colds, croup aud inlhi-  eu/.a. Try it when in need. It-  contains' no .harmful substance  and always gives prompt relief.  Moyie  Drug  & Sttt-  you want to he aimnyeo. But if  yon want relief, w.uit tu be turiv].  take Cii.imbei Iain's   Cough   R-.-n!-  edy.   Sold by the  Stationery. Co  Moj'io   I-rug tV-  Tho addresses nre free from seri-j  snrionalisiu    aud are  straightfor-j     Your congh aunoj s you.    Keep  ward   appeals   to conscience   aud j on hacking and  teai ing   tho dele-  reanon on   behalf  of   Christ   and  ca> membrane* of yotir_thin-a  if  His claim on men.    Mr.  Atkinson  is    an   easy,    fluent   spoaker  and  takes hif listener.*, into  hi-^   confidence.    Hi^ talks are of tho heart  to heart kind, and   aie  no   doubt  better  appreciated   thau   the  rip  stun ting, hell fire  and   btiiu->tone  variety     indulged    iu   by   some  evangelists.  Wu be-peak a'live interest in  thc>o meetings. Mr. Atkinson  fiys tho present isn't n had time  hero'to" take some stock in a thing  more secure.'.'than real estate or  mining stocks. '      ' -    .  lines; oh White  IT**.- 1  ns!  '.James Lemmon'was down this  week from the claims on White  Fish, west of Marysville, .is?' which  he and the Evans brothers are interested. The claims cany eop-  .por. f:��'ld aud silver, while a trace  of nickel is known tn exist. , L. H.  Orehard; and other Toronto capit-  (tli^ts have taken a bond on tiie  group, and \v.wa alnidy mado one  substantial paytncnC !  The blowing np of the Times  building in Los Angeles, resulting  iu wholesale destruction of life  was a dastardly crime. Ifc is  hoped that the culprits and the  true inwardness of the affair may  be found ont. The Times and  labor unions havo been at war for  years, but no oue believes thafc  the unions, as such, had anything '  to do with the hellish crime. Io  is a lesson, however, for the unions  to get rid'of tho anarchistic element thafc honeycombs many of  them, and ifc is also time for tha  government to take a hand iu  suppressing the many treasonable -  utterances heard ^ on the street  corners in most of our large  cities.���Colfax Gazette.  Away on Important   Mission  il. A. Macdouald leaves for  Andoker, N. R., by tonight's  Flyer. lie is going east on an interesting mission and will carry  with him the hearty goodwill and  best wishes of every citizen of  Cranbrook. Mr. and Mis. Mac-  doirild will bo bark in Cranbrook  about Boceniber 1st.���Cranbrook  i f erahi.    The K and H cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  ellenfc llavor of tbo tobacco out  of which it is made.  TV  J! Siw  Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  Is Offering Very Attractive Prices  Oa AH Their  Cloth/UP no is  Kumi  LU  i re  ��� - /^  discount will be given oil every piece for the next month.  Here Is Your  Chance.  ir<     cn\  ORES, LTD.  Droo.  ih i  'XS  ��  j4-i  A At  t  hf  Ur- 'J.  TFTE   MO TIE   LBADKK  rves  BRI.AD   that   Glasgow   people   we  badly   soured  by :i   reeont spell   <  darknes->.    fan it  re  of  tbat,thev are  For Reapers, Threshers,  Flaws, Harrows  Ixfcsnres. better work  from thc new inactiine  and lengthens the life o��  , the old. Wherever bearings arc loose or boxes  worn, it takes up thc play  and acts like a cushion.  Ghancges ot wcadicr do not affect it. ,  , t  U     i'      '  tir_.BM_____a_8  and  Kerosene  ���_uff_t��KIMSII  JtCUn   AJRk6SM____  WdnptuDt  and ,  St/atmJEh&da '  Trx_eT����K����mm.  W��^koa, Ete.   " "'  Tumjji liriw  Standard Gas Engine Oil  h the only a3 yoa seed.     Ir provide* "po^-  "     feet labocadca under Wgh temperatures with-  ���at spprcdahle cnbon  deposit*-on  ring* er  cyfindcrs,  rod fa equally good   Car  th*  ot-  t     - tcnatl bearing*, .-  , Capitol Cylinder Oil  dcSxvcn mm power, and' make* tbe w^gtrw. '  ^ ', run better sod looser wilt lea -wen- nd tear.  .  Wiinc   Jt_r ��3ctt��-ra_ttciB��  properties .am'  ' ��x*cdy fitted to  tbe  tetpareuxxst�� of .____�����  trtcLmiit fmg.nni xodjeeam pbenta.  ��� t '  t;Mic��L Axle  Grease,  makes tbe -arbod at jwariy ��__ct_______ezs 'a* poo-  tfcle aid iniuua tbe wear on axle and box.  ft  cads   ado trcohlo, ewes  enugy ia (be  1 iMne/ and wbaa tsed <m axles ��f CxacdoB  ciigiiH* wmnnmiiti fited. and power.1  .pa-bom     IpMfcJt )iiiii, tfarfer.  Thei Imperial Oil Company, Limited  ���   OntaricTTYgcnts: Thc Queen City Oil Co., Ltd.   <  iy  relieve and cure indigestion���acidity of the stomach���biliousness���flatulence,  ���dyspepsia.    They re intorce the stomach by supplying the active principles  needed for the digestion of all kinds of food     Try one after each meal.  , 50c. a box.    If your druggist has r.ot stocked  them  yet.   send  us 50c. ''  and we will mail you a box' ' i , r    ' 33  National Druic and Chemical Companr of Csnadu  Limited,        ��     , -    i        1.  Montreal.-  HIGHER AGGOUNTiNG and CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY  BYCORRESPONDENCE,   ,  c   ' . * , v /  Wulo foi   fulj' particulars, to-     ' J  ' i*       ���>  -  i - i i-  Dominiors School of Accountancy and "Finance  Winnipeg, man  ,\...\.    D.|.oijpc-r,( .A.    J.Ii vYouiig.CA.  " Ignorant, notbiu^! Glasgow people  art' wise Jti oonig afraid ot each otlior  in t be dark.'{  ��     t.     y '  DOROTHY' -'Yes, our college Ind a  female  cricket   Warn.''  ,      Qharlos.   "Did   you   hav'o  any  good catchers?"  Dorothy: "1 should say bo!'Six'of  thorn caught husbands tbo first season  ami broke np rhe club."  OU, iny' " exclaimed tho eseited vro-  niau who had'mislaidiher liusbnnd.  "I'm    looking   lor   a   small   man  ,with ono eye.'' -  "Well, ma'am." replied tlio polite  sb'opwalkor, -'it; bo's a voj-j" small man,  in-i)be you'd hot tor use both eyes." ,  *    *    *  t -  It*i it a re_>t Cu) place at  tbat suburban  boarding: house whore you aie stopping"." asked the young inan with  the absent air. ,        ,  '"it is'now," answered tbo fussy  bachelor. "Thefe's A Sign in tbe pailor  whieh rf*Hds, '.This Piano is Clofod for  Kepaiiri.' " '  , �� i *    ��� .        <  I 'THINK   I   shitl'J-Oarn "t,��  like  that  friend   of  yours, '���>-  ' "Vou -were  favorably ;imprt\sscil  by luni.'elxf'  "'.'Yoa, j.nde6d^ tie watched me play-  inn billiards J! or au'hour yesterday without suggesting how a shot ought to be-  made;"'   ,' l  'VTOW,  little  boys."   said   a  Sunday-  'JlN   school  teacher,' as be beamed at  tlio    earnest    faces   , before    him,  ''what lesson  can.  wc  learn   from   tho  busYVibusfl bee?-*'  '.'I know'" wiiii Tommy.'      "    '    '  "Yes, Tommy," said'the kindty-faced  man,   "and   what  is  it?'-4 , .  -   Promptly said  Tommv,' "Not^to ,get  "stuug."    - ,    - '     ,   ,       *'  YES," said^ the thoughtful thinker,  '' I 'h-tve'an idea for aii invention  ' , that would juako all other get-'  rich quick' schemes look quite idiotic if  I could only^perfoct^it." , u T t  > *"' What's i the idea?" queried-, the  party with the bulging forehead. ��� ,  ",.Y folding horse that would fit under  the seat of any cheap motor-car for use  i in emergencies," ah&wered the thoughtful oue. '     ' i   ->'"'  A"BAXjD-H'EAlDED0bishop. at a ^Vest-  end    dinner-party,    dropped    his  i,,'   nalpkin,    and    bending -nown' to  pick it up,  his  head  joggled {tlte bare  arm of the duchess" .it his right.  , The duchess, feeling the slight touch  on her arm, turned and put up her lorgnette She saw, level tvifh ,her elbow,  1;he bishop's pate, and hhe'said:  "Xo,  thiink  you;' no  melon.'    1 will  take some pineapple, please.''  Wis setting a. Mian*, vj-heis a tremendous  crash back of me breuglit mo to my  feet, with a heart that seemed to jump  higher than l'did  Perhaps forty ���\ aids from me stood a  bull moose of magnificent si7e. Although  it was lato in the t-eason the'big animal  still  possessed   oue  of his sutlers,  and  the fact tbat he had only one gave him  a singularly torrifvnifj appearance as he  stood for an iustiint glaring at me.    A  distance behind him 1 heard thc wolfish  yelping of our huskies, and knew that  -Mukoki  and  tho  dogs won*  what   had,  sent hmi crashing towards mc.   For perhaps five seconds   ive, stood  facing the  other, in a trail of nni mure than half a  dozen feet wide, stint iu by spruce windfall on each side.    In an instant I saw  the pcnl  of the  si tit if ion  and jumped  aside,   with   my    tiacK ' hugging    close  against the fallen logs behind me. Halfway   betweeni myneli   ami  the  big  hij.Il  was o narrow break in the windfall, and  the  mooi'c,  probabl\   as   frightened   rib  myself, made toward- (his as tho yelping of the, dogs (jaine again in tjio rear.  'TOsJhout   aJdoubt   the   iiioose   would  havo turned into tbe break and left me  unharmed   ' Under oidinarv circumstan-  <los,  about a   cnmpnro,  foi   instance,  ,1  Would have Jaughed af'the man who-ivas  senseless enough to shoot into the half-  inch hide'of a bull  moose, with, Jso.  1  shot from n twelve gauge.    J knew that  the gun in my bands was tho best swan  and   wild  gopso  gun  J   had  ever'-used,  o powerful weapon of its kind, good for,  fifty-yard   shooting   at .anything   that  bore'feathers���bur   ���what   could  it.   be  expected  to  do against  the  thick  hi(ift  of,a  seventeen  hnudM'd  ponijd  bull  nt  thirty yards. , ' ���  I asked myself rbat I question' aftci-  ward. AVith a yell I raised my gun, ��nd  sent two charges'full into the cbtji-t pf  the charging animal P.ven in that mo-  Jiiont'of excitement . noticed him flinch.  He wiivored ns 'he half <uni'ed into the-  break, and his foiVfeof," dug into tho  snow, it,was then thai tho first thrill  of fear shot throu��li me. Lhad wounded thciold bull, And he wfi,s''abo<,it. to  turn upon ijnol Dri?p|rn;�� ipy gnn, I h&  gairscrambling up 'the side of . iio windfall. A groan, thc stumbling of a heavy  body, turned my oyes. Tho old bull had  fallen Jn the break. Wlitm J" climbed  dowti. reloaded my gun and wont t<_'  him, ho was. dead. iVK thirty' yards1  the two charges of Xo. 'J'shot had gone  into him like a round ball!    - - '  "        - r   , ->.        -o. .    '  lu ,my years  of (jxpononce-in  great  game hunting and', exploring in th_j far  north,   this' is   the   second   full-grown  moose that 1 have known to be killed  with   fine  shot.'    The-other  was .killed  fby Toddy'Brown, of 43 irile Post, Du-  Iuth'.Bxte.nsion, d'K.R, Ontario^in the  Tho. Harvester,   by   "Walnut    Hall���  Notnlet, by JNfoko, was bred at Walnut  Hall Kami, which is situated at. Done-  rail, Ivy., a few miles out of Lexington,  it   is uiwned  by   L.   V. Harkness,    the  Stindard Oil magnate, and managed by,  Harry  Burgoyne.     It. ut the custom  at  Walnut Hall to sell its produce annual-  Jv,   as   yearlings   or   two year-olds,   by  auction at New  York, but, owing to a  sick spell at the time, he was first* intended for sale thero, The Haryester did  not go to tho block until in January of  his ttireo-yoar-old form.   'Although then  still unbroken to harness, he had shown  tnic-h   speed  at.  the  load   .-ind   his_individuality  was  so   magnificent,  that" ho  In ought' the highest price ever paid at  auction for an undeveloped  Hireo-ycar-  old trottor, $9,00".     '  His puichan'er was Augupt Uiblein, of  Milwaukee, "Wis. Mr. Uihloin has boon  a'lifelong trotting enthusiast and breed-  ei of trotteis, and is also a groat admirer of driver li. Oocis-, to whom he  shipped Tho Harvester a few days after  the sale for opeod;development, ,  i   -  ' <      i- -  I'LL  NIVEE  GO HOM$  AGAIN  1 "11  niver go hoine again,        ,  1    ' Hometto tho ould sad hilts-.  ,      Homo through  the  ould 'soft   r.-nn,  Whore    the   ,curlew    calls    and  thrills  Vor��� 1   thought   fo   find   the   ould,   tvoe  ' , '   house, ' yy  Wid the mo?�� along the wall; ���*  Aiid   I   thought, tu   hear   tho   erackle  grouse ' '    '  i    Ahd the brae-lurds/calll '     , ���  And 1 flse��. I 'H ,iin<_ the gladjrweo bunt,  Ami,'tho lirnpkeii in the glen, ,  And  thq  fairy-thorn   beyout   the   turn,  And the sume tmld nipnl ,       <*  But thft iv'nvs   1 "v* lo.ed<and  walked,  ���, ���> iivijXk,    '       / {{ v y ,y  \Vero no inorc,holnc to aie,    ,   t  '?  Wid thoir sthreets aiid JuniH i^ stai'tn"  f , brick, i> A  ,    *   r"    ' ���  ' And'no 'ould facts townee! ' .  And the ould  glad, ways-I*<yo  belt In  '      mhuV  " ".       -      "   '"    "<   ��� " ;   '  .1 ,  ^-.oike the home Of, Afoira.BawnT        -'.  And  the.  ould, grenn   turns I'd  dreamt  to find,       " r',\y   ���     '    f'- '  't^Thoi' a.11 wore lost and gone!   -, ' '  And the haims thafj.'iompod by Tuiliigh  Burn ��� ,  *��� A,   _ A   'r r ':  but    the    children    say    "Let    tts    Jio  aerosw."���A ladder.  v   ,  At night They came without being  etched and by day they are lost without  being stolen.���Tho star*.        ' ,  Here ho comos with glowing charcoal  on hi.s bond.���Cock.  Come up and lot us go, go flown and  here we stay.-���Anchor.  Two .-toros aie open at 'the sa.too  time.���Eyes'       . '  There is a Small bro(.l., Jilled with  shells.���-ilouth.  'A slender treo which beai-s onh one  leaf.���A lighted candle. ,    '  His words t(re at.iliblo but difficult to  understand; when yoi;>]oolf at, his faeo  you will understand what ho says.���  Clock.        . ,   ���  J sav two boats: only one peihou Wjib  aboard.���.Shoes. y  A   $waot   lady   among  thorns.���Pineapple,       i ' i    '      '      '      ' '  '    -'Here,  here!   '  he -says,  but  lias  no  mouth.���J-'oielingei. '   ��  The letter C bccoineo O, O biscomes 0.  ���'The moon. ,    ,  He pulled out a'sttek and it' wfis followed by a snake.���Needle and thread.  When held it, goes;  whon let loose it  lies down.���lJen,     i  i   .i ,  I' th'row   the    eggs,  they   crow   im  mediately.���Firecracker .(Torpedo).  , When pulled it if, a cunp, when push,  ed it is a tent.���An umbrella.",  (lf he, sits down ho is high, if ho Htkindn  up ho is lovy.���Pog.  Xhorn.'iirfc.tw<<*pri,ri<;e-sMi!5i -who ItVo on  tJm two Hides of -a iiiouiit.Mn; nii^iij ono  cries, both pry-^Tlio oyes,    ", ,  I ttwed, maii-e  gruin's;-,9n   the ,n\6ru-  jnj; tlu'y 'were' Bwbpt inv'ny.^-JStar*,, ' , ',  If, yotv chxip  it,-it  heti.s   at   otiije,������  Water,      ,    k       - t       "-    '     ' v   '  ���i '  - r ,  .    ��� ,.    a  VThen troubled with fall  disease apply Zam-siSl  tho smarting amd ��tinting|   ai  cures cuts, barm, sore* ��a4 p��|'��  Zaja~Buk�� ""lefroiapHr^i,   *  b��l e.teace.. No *nim��l f*t��_n  minerftl poUon*.   Fineit hetuA  H^VrujsitUandSltruavfryvdUr*  (  early anhunn ,'of ,1907  ONE   of   1  , stories,  a.!3.Flanders. IjL.'B.  .CHEATI3STG THE GUINEA HOSTS  HT.JIA.N" ,3!.itiiie  (S pretfi   m>"i h  ll,e  ;-'ma  e .oi\\v!k'ic,   o-. hi   in   Nev.  Guinea,    i-l   tlie    i'iiIIhh n-t;    -lur\  slio�� s-  --la-cert tu oarii, ot  >.(-��  (iiiinei, lvil  The .Beauty of a Clear Skiu ���Tho con  dition ol 'tho liver regulates the condition of the blood. A disordered livei*  i*.iu��es mipuiiiicK in tju> blood and these  show thetnsehes in blemishes ou thc  '..skin i'lrmoltc's   VogctJbJr  Pills   in  ilAy s  fVi" :  Jis-���  m!  Kby, ' sj.f.-ics nl KMigaioo. -iti' \ery acting upon the liver act upon the blood  plentiful, and the tr.i\ollor in se.ncii ot'*u,l *l clear, hcilthy skin will follow  sport liiais the piK.-mil oi them :ui i-a J intelligent use of this standard mediating c.( cnp.ition. Wall iln oteiUs .ue|c"s- Ij idles, who will fully appreciate  .�� iclrithing change from ruinicd meats,! tins   prime   quality  oi   th<ise  pills,   can  use  thorn   with   tho  certainty  that   the  fcfieeL will  be moat gratifying.  and  jh"  !i,iIjl\i-  aio   onh   too  g.'acl   to  Havo the iei>.nni(s  ,if   the  ui reuse  On 'in.- occasion a- Hutishci had oeen  ashoic'in one of the .spaisely ]iopulated  regions of tiifj cu.ist, arid 'ccured Cour  wallabios, an ample supply toi hib whole  p;,rti, iMtiw* guides ..ml servants in  iliideU Gut lie found that, although  viallabt   is legirdtd  'is 'iit'i   i deiiiacs  that no t/fnmle is cousideicd too grc-it  to obtain ir, none of ibe name llO^*^ in  the paity would touch it  This was ti m\-it<'ry until one of them  explained tint they had been tiaiued  in ehildhbo.l in the" belief that, if tlu>\  ate wallaby befoii�� reaching a torl'im  age. it would -ton thou  giov.th  Tlu-e bojs .11 belonged to Ihe pari of  tbe ' "  -ind  nt Saint Patrick The Puritans of Now  England used the drum as a church-  bell, and it figured frequently aud romantically all through the wars of the  Revolution and Rebellion.  President   Taft 's   favorito'  recently told at an informal dinner m the .White Hous", runs  .thus:��� ' ,  , "A clergyman's little boy .was spending the afternoon- with the ..ish'op's  children.*       i ^" *','",  " 'At the rectory.' said the humble  \ preachoi 's, son, 'we've-got a'hen that  iJ-iys an egg every day ' \   ,.   _  |     ���' -I-Jook!' said tho bishop's boy.,'M.\'  father lays a  fouj)dairon .pvono oheo a-  l vyoel. '' . .    *���   i.       ,i  i,    *    .*    * ,  GKXTLEMAN. who was seated be-  hiud a negio 'in a tramway car  in Memphis vouchc-?for thia yam  All the seats were taken whon a neat-  I.\-dressed young ncgresv, evidentlv a  Iffdv's- maid, entered tho car. The negro  rose with a politc^bow and offered her  his se,>t  'T hate to deprive you,'sah/' she  said, as she took it.  '' Doan' mention at, miss/'' replied the  swarthy Chesterfield: "it ain't, uo depravity. ''   -  '_i5Vhiit  thoy  saw, mo  at hopped,  their,  ,    , , play-,- ���    .    ��� *    A      -     "j .'  Through a mi&t av_.loar__=-!_triod tomm  ,,And ghost-hk. croop away!    i* ,   ,,,.    t  , '   And T**H iiivor go home again' y   ���  Home to tho ould los. 'years, '   ���  Home where-the soft^wann ram  i Drifts loike tho' drip iiv tears!  ���Arthur Stringer' in Everybody-'s.  *        .//-."-      ',* '      ' ���'. i   ;  W.H.EN   The  Harvester trotted' hia  . milo at ClovoLand'iu 2.03Vt, he  ,     ,d,id it so casily^fltat it was'.made  a ^.subject  of'coroment  amongst!"horse'-  men, but the mile at Port Erie, Jns2.02j  STEEEOSCOPIC   3C-EAY   PICTUKES  IN" order to, produca by X-ray photography an apparently >Bolid jmagc  , ot such an objoos-as a'broken bono  or a foreign substance', embedded'iu-the  flesh, JTroncli physicians cruiso tbOrtuhe  produciog^iho X-rays to' oscillate, Iiy  itiofins of a carii revolving t.hvoo hundred1  .rimes per "niicyte. The'cam is si) out  that the-tirao taken in''uioving from one  position- of .-rest to'the dtJicr is .about  ono-tonth of the period 'of ���revolution.  Two -.-radiographic images ,of tho" soW|  object, "as  seou  from   differetit points,  "���    ENTICING THE OCTOPUS-  , "  'rpilK octopus -'is sTich ,a jiecujiiirfy're-  JL" pulstvo looking creature thi"i,f it  ��� , would nol aooin calculated to apj  peal as an article'of food ovon to a  hungry man, but, the,Italian* havo no  prejudice against ,the'fish, which thoy  cat without ipicatibn.  "'. , * . ,'"  Tho mcfiod^niiopted 'to Vaptnrc tiie  fish in Italian' xvators is ac. follows: At  thuv end,of a.long bamboo polo ig huKg'a  line baited with a pieVc jof red rag: and  thiSj, dangled,in front of,tho rockv hia-  ing-placo.oi" the^octoplis in the Moditcr.  ranean,* is sufliciont to 'fompt him from  his, lair. Iu bin offort$ to gct.uear.the '  bait(tho creature is entieo'd idward j.he  boaf/in-wbicli tho,flshoi-nian awaits him  with a trident, and at'tho right^noment  the octopus is impaled' on its apikes. At  night .v ljright-light^ia^usod'jo,attract  tho prey, and,this.jn p.i,,trtbnes<would  lake-tlie.^-fornfof au'lroti^cradlo full of  resinous pine, whieh-fwas carried afthe.  head o'f tho b,oat. vBnt tfeien^b'stopped  in, and thc fisherman .now- employs ail  acetylene lamp) nvhich soemi.' to' be, as  attract! ro <if)J.the.Cect6jpurf>,s a red ���_-&.;���;  Untiaiially large erttclies liava'bcen'iaada'  Vnce^tlus form ot light ,wa's aOoptsd,  -and. tiowso  many -pc^opod3^are..bt��uig  Home  I" Hi. W��y <(l  Save Money  ��(M_  .Press Well  Tjy'ltt  SImpU a�� W����hino  with  ������_'"'     ' just think or tr��  !>������ Wool. Cwion. ,MIV or Mixed Cond. P^i.���i.  with lb* SAMfc U��...No th.utv, of Sk��   it!,  ���nil __rsullti��l Colot* 10 c^,ti��, Iron, >oti, nr,u,u._*.  I)��lw S'0��l tot KiAat C����d >n<t _rrOllV UivJLm ��  1 __<., Jolin_oo-ltKh_,t_l��on (V> , Umltrd,   MoillrrJ  The oase with .jrhiplt corns1 and^warts  can, bo .removed" l?y< JTo'lldway^" .CJorn'  Curo  fs, its ,strongest   rotornmandation  II seldom,-'/ails. .., '���' * v ,  ,eiiught off tbe'e��!i)il(i of iouthern Jtu|j,|  that ttha fear' has been expressc,} tjuj  rtho coasts- will -.W.���ov��r li��hc-,J. Tkat*  howovor. is not likely to bo -the cuw'  for the oclojMifl/oiHi'8 of a very |)tMi,|iJ  race.  v  I*;,     -, ,    -f i     .  -'    y.A<  /.-    ���   ���    "     -  ���|_)ATv wdS^'a   inarriod rm'an-.a   ��e'rr  i^    much'married man.'  He lud nut-  '   " riod no fewer than foitr tifiies. m,J  all his wives wore still to tb'e fore Ai  cording to Pat/h own account befor�� tlie  co"urt where'fho  was  tried for big-inn  and found -guilty, hi_, t*xjjerioric.(i�� were  not altogether satisfactory,*   The ja.lgt , j  ih passing sentence, cxprwised hisrwoi/'  dor that the prisoner could he such ,i  haTdcocd  villain as to delude ao iiuar  woinon.,-,.        , -      \  '     '     '  . '/Yer hoaor,/I said ; P/i(,, ]vapologetn,-  ally,,!i*X was ^only .tryin' tq get a piod  oiie; aii". it's,* not aisyI''  'A woniau who attempted to druwu her-  self in tho rivfir 'lit Lyo,a6, was brouglt  to the bank���by herlNtwo dogs, whicli sh<  liad^ tied to her nock, and which sbe  intended should"-perish with hor,    '  A  STJBPBJSING   "BAG  At ALlFOItNl VX, who'was shooting  quail   in   a   Luge    vineyard'  near  Santa   Ito.sa. had met with excellent success, i  Indeed   his "bag" was so  tine a one that   an element  oi   mystery  entered into the affair. '  At  fiist he thoaghl he mual be shoot  countr\    nheie   wallaby   weie   tow, JinP  Um*-  q��H''.   the   birds  behaved   so  oue   ('an   im iguie   tin;   crafty   old | hl ���'1,,,'r* ���>���  refusing  to  flv   until   nearly  il    ..'K     unit Ik>    as   uM. i t-iodden  mmei  fni.t, and then lluttering  round    the    festive    pot ! l,,T"K'*   f,'c*   J'r   ,n    '   most   unnatural  dn-iiiied    the    suet ulct.t I I1'*rl'",,lr  'lh>- hiinlei s dog coliutiiietl to bring  in live buds, tthith ho supposed at thc  onl-et he ht'd wounded; bur when the  ttumher b'gui -.'i evteed ibe number Oi  his ^hots. (he I ail was lio.i-i.in ujion  ii.m thit !h,^ -ij-. :i \or.' strange hunt,  he .. i'lie- upon -i l.ir.l lying  md  Kiokiug     He fucked  ASUBUKBAN chemist had been advertising  his patent  insect pow-  ' -iei   far   and   wide     One   day   a  man rushed'info bis shop aud cried excitedly:  "Give me another half pound of jour  powder, quick, please ''  "Oh"' remarked fhe chemist, as he  proceeded to fill tne order, "I'm glad  you like the powder    Good, isn't it!"'  "Yes," replied the customer. "1  have oue cockroach very ill; "it I give  him another half pound he'll die."  and linking  1'ill.s b'-alod  ,\onrig p.-oplv  da'intv  THS PASSING OF THE DRUM  A   "1-T.W j ears ago the French goveru-  XJL     meat, ail.rig ufion the recommond-  . itioiis e'libndied in a rcpoit  n.ade  by a . oiiiin'l toe nl  geneiala iu its   irnn,  id tided   that   the  dinui   mii-t  go       ll,e  report   a���.-rttd   that    the   drum   was  a  set nn-. in  uiiibr-ii. e   in   nin.liiug,  thu  ran-   liiM-.-iircd   it.-   iiseliilu^v .   lli.it    its  ...lis     i mil !      >iol     be    .'.."tillgiunhe.l    ll.  Ill   -  l 1   1-jl 111 ;   �� h.i!   it   i i ne ii iu (I   a  pi  rn> .   i/l   Inii  years   u>   i-iui   .iut   in,   elh  OHM   .1'uiiiii-.'i ,     i,,I   t ii it.   b^    ibiiiilo'i  ii y-  ' i      u   -   u"     i-i    .11 j ii    in i i ���   - Ii<ta  "l    i i.ntli     .i.irl    mi n    ,. -i il.i    be  d in- nitive    rrvii e.  - i\f.e> ted ih'I  -u' h nine.-. n{  ihe  ii   "iOv.i r-,    i ,   -.{-II   nl mi   druiu  w "l     f nit.  \    ' -     ii i,i,|il|.   1,1    "lie  l'-n.lU  ���>'��� i  its  bai I.''  M     I-  s.u <!������  reU i  It .  I'll! (-(  I 01 "-.  l'r. . ch  'I he hi-i,,r���> ..i tin, i ii'i. is both in  ��' l i'U I ntiuiable The Lgviitiaus  ��� '. ' I J- d .' and llw (.1. i Ks i ul,, ,j  itr tiisei! ..in 1(v 1! u.-hiis I'lie r..) inisii  i'i um in, Pi/'irro is ,ii��l Jo li i ,-(��� lui'id  dr .us i- 'out!- Nine, nun teienli s '1 lu  -.liaKo-ii IkmiiiI i\. i' t.ilu, lied lin'i,  the Li ., ial'.  I  le  ncioi.- ��� t.,   drm ��� n, tt  It    ippu-'r-il   tn   1���   uninjured  ifmr  it   .ifiini   its  Ii-d-.,, li..  wa.ehod  Lo  si i' what "i  witil'l do     fi ���.'.leered and  lloun'eioil   i liw   Id'l   1 irtl.nr   and  thou  ! Ii II  In lplch   (,n  i's  |..ul,  !       I In n   i ,* m^-i.imi.ii ef lh(   11 >it li eume tu  | the    h.inlei,     net    he   f.ioT-eded    to    m-  i ^.-t ji'e      1.   'ii-ii. .1  im '   th,il  th- qeiil  I b i t b e i I--.  I' .g .)i>  fr.ist ti.Ken gr.ijies,  win. h    li - I    jiimeiiied    in     rl.e    vines  '' lie.    we i    <    ���'i    di link      -nd    is   c in  j I'i  '"iv    i    -ipii-l-i'.d   a-   1,,'iiimi   ])(ing-  '    ","     II     I    -l|l||'     ���    CJ  lldltllKI  IN  A TIGHT PLACE      '  A   True   Account   of   Killing' a Moose  with No. <t Shot  By James 01i\ er Curwood "  WE   were   coming  down    from    the  upper waters of tbo Atbasbasca  I'm; tin lowe-t  I',, nlli- -s .1 c.U  (I'll .id .bi aw i\  ���he 1 .-I  eell-i,   -,!. j.  whit  This  pi in  will  h.ivi  wilh iln   feeling for  ji   w ih n  goin r do.\*istairs  I'arsle-,    will   >..*(-[>   fresh   for   several  ���" iys if fin' into a i-loscl/ fitting tin in a  ' u d nl u-e     This u, better 1 n-in --t mding  I   'i   \ nii  late in tho winter snow; live  huskies on a toboggan sledge, Mukoki,  my guide, aud myself. lt was, my  fourth flip down from tho Barron lands,  and thus far the o.ie filled with most  hardship. 'Wc had left Lac Bain with  'he thermometer at fifty degrees below  yero, ���md with a. good supply of frozen  fish and caribou meat, nn our slodgo.  At free L-i|-'> oue of tho "running nuts.  elOn" of my leg, as mj Indian companion guide called them, g.-u o ont, and  we wen laid up for tw-vi week-. Thc  tfinperatuio  loll  to  vi %n It  wis  so  cold that nothing moved in tho. wilder  nessp ind oven the fui animals Tolled  themsi-Kes up in the warmest places  they could find, and remained there  | At file end oi two weeks, when we  --t nfed -igain info the wilderness to the  ' south, our supply of fish aud citibou  was almost gone, notwithstanding the  fact that Mukoki had searched for game  every day of our cnfoiied stay at free  Lake     A's ho said to me.  "Tweuf t'ous'nd <lc\ il fin' no game  in  i hoe-, col' '  That,  was   whv   I   packed   my   he ivy  ialibie   automatic   rifle   on   the   sledge  ���ir.d   c.i'ned   in    <ts   plare   the   tweUe  ! gauge   Itliai i   shotgun   which   t  nlwa\s  -ink.   with  i:,(   on   my  noith'-rn  extieil-  It ions     Theie   was-  no   big  game  to  be  tumid,  so  1   d"-(-ended   fo  killing <v  -\  ��� lonal  ������vhi'-le.  -jicks'"   (iiioosl   buds')  .ind   olhei    sm>)l   stuff   as   lood   1m   tin  d(-gs    tint   -we    nufrht   oat   then    h--ii  Ai..l    it    is    bo( iuse    1    exchanged    the  rille   tur   fho   iihica.   that   J   had   i.li i< ) iigun  J    probibh   oTie uf  tho most  uiin-.u.il, ��.. J 1 �� r i< K  nun .ii il exm 1 i-nces of hiinlrt- wifh|nb  Illl.  in -iiin.r way we had sidesleppt.l un  frnl md jiii"i'ed tho Hudson's ".iv  '. onipaiij 's post on Sandil,s Lake, v.Jte.te  w:e had planned, to take in more sup-  jilies. 'Y\'e did not make this dis.covor'y  until wo reached Black Bear. Lake, one  of the finest moose countries west of (he  Bay. For two days wc limited, hiving  in it stock- chiefly 'of big Miowshoo iab-  bits. Late in "the afternoon of the  second day, just before tlio white gloom  of early iiig'ht, I left camp to sot half  a dozen snares in the rabbit rnnwava.   I  inarkablo horse  'The Harvester's mile- at t,jPort Erie  seemed to be trotf,e,d w tth thfe greatest  of oase. A woll known horseman; whilti  i8tauding in the judsre's stand-watching'  the perfect actiou' an'd the lightning  speed of this remarkable horso jis he  came cIowjb. the st.rofcek steady and true  an a piece' of vwell 'adjusted -machinery,  made the-'rornark^^iflilsn't.jt an'^asy  thing to*3ri-.,e a" trdttlng liprsut'' "And  so it seoined. It looked'as ff.the vetBra'n  driver,'Goers, was, pimply'sitting there  at his-"ease enjoying^his drive, rather  thiin driving �� rnco horse iu the remarkable time of 2 02. "   i'   -,  Of course, it goes without eajipg that  when -i dotting horse attain.-! a' Xvro  minute speed that his gate must bo perfect and his action frictionloss, otherwise he could not maintain fhe clip ind  perform rhe feat It certainly looked  .at Port Eite as if Goers had an erioier  time dnvicg The Harvester in 2.02- than  he has often had in-winning a heat in  2.15. -      .  "Wheu The Harvester went a mile in  2 02, he bioke ,:i rocord that had not  be��n lowered in nine years. 11 was in  1901 that Kotehuni dt��vo the bull-dog  trotter Crescous in 2.0_iVi.  * Not many horses have held  world's stallion njeord.-  Only fifteen trotting horses ovei hold  the stallion ,championship world's rec  ord. Thoy are as follows- Lthan Al  len. l'Varnaught, Geo. Wilkri, Jerry  Gould, Smuggler, SlambnnoiGift, riial-  las, "Ifaxoy Cobb, Axtell. Nelson. AHerton, Palo Alto, TCieinhn, Diiectnm, Cros  eeus  ��  The   history   of  the   world's   stallion  record runs since J8(58. ,       t  In ISbs, Dearuaught placed thu record  ai 2.'2'.',i but lir-ld the place only about  two months, when George Wilkes de  throned hiin by taking a lower record  'of 2.22. Fqr three years the now famous  founder of the Wilkes family remained  \_kampion .and then g.i^e way to Jerry  Gould, who placed the mark" at 2.21 'A,  and he, too, held the eh.ampioiii.hip for  three year". x  Tho next one to crown himself king  was Smuggler He placed the record  at. 2 20/i 1 but two weeks |-m r Mimbri  no .Gift displaced him with -i iccord of  2.20, only to give, way to Smuggli r .1  inontii latei, when the con\eited fiacer  placid it it 2.!V|, whore it romamed  J01 eight yenis Phallas, 2,l.5"-'|, was  Smuggler's successor, but oniv tor two  months was he the champion. Mnxcv  Cobb succeeding him with a leconl of  2.1,'i't. Foi Iui- yours M i\e\r t'obb  roin.'uiied king, and then the u.udorful  throe year-old colt, Axtell, trolled m  ~ 12 and became champion. .Just a yeai  A.xtell leignod, fhe Elaine stallion Nro[  so1; lepluiiiig him with ., iccord ol  2.11,',, only to b<> ousted Lwo months  later by AllertonJ who became tho first  stallion to beat 2 10, ho pl-ieing his rec  oid at 2091/1.  l'.tlo Alto, 2(ISvt, held it a year and  alt.r the same ponod of time he sur  i.'i'di-i.'d jt to Iv^eiTilit', that had need  to a n.-or.l ot 2 07.1 The gtear four  M**ir old, Diiecl.nm was the ne\t chain  pioti. ei-d b;s record ot 2 0"i'/i w.f not  I b".il"ii till se\en yoais latei when Cros  I c. ii- < ti ie onto the stage md injured  Jl.e s', iII.om s re( ord fo l'H2',i  Thar wis in 1001, a-irl until this '.ui  id siphon hid pu'-i ij pr.i.K hid th-il  i��m forel'liiee Tbe nev 1 hampion, 1 hill -l eslei, i' but h\e Mils eld, a-id  n .'ie t ilnie ol things iti.i-\ bo i\poitod  ru 1 I I, 0 flu '.cold inatou.illv below the  he set it it Ov 1 i* (he I'oit line  Jt   iu tne I'Oiiei il  i.olii I   oi   cl.ise  Iiy, controlled ���< by -.thoVoscillating  apparatus, the right oye sees one image  and the left eye the other, visioa'-heing  cut off while the tube-is, changing'post-,  ^tipu, The 'result is that,tho combined  image""stands out like a soJidjieproduc,-  'tiofi^ofthe objocl.        ; ,VV AA (   i,;   J  y ,. -Am^���Jj ^y^.*rsTr--       '"v    ^       t    .1 s  'ir".    ' FILIPINO  KIDDLES ''  TIlE,rilp��earaiu!o of a book"of, ridaigs'  transports*'u.-(  tiack. "to^thi}   time a.  when-the "hoop-skirt  was it)  blossom and the question " Oh)-Air. .l^nes,  are you'good at riddles?'' was quite the  thing.   These blessings o�� the dear dead  dayri   haio   been   replaced  "by   bridge-  whist, the hobble skirt,  and  other ath  Ictic spoits.   But in'a Jand where fash  icus   havo   little  Testiaint   on   freodom,  I'ither of irfind or'ot bodj*. riddles are al,  togethot ,'in fait wboreiW young people  get together:  they aro 'much iu   vogue  when a young  Filipino gentleman calls  upon his sweetheart, and among TagaK  and Famp.-uigans, we aie told, the chief  occasion  for giving bugtong is when a  littl�� gioup is watching at night bosido  a corpse. l ,'  A largo number of theae riddles have  beeu collected and editqd by Sir. Fred.  Starr in a series of Philippine studies,  the I Many of them are, rof course, involved  111 native customs and plays on native  woids, and many arc quite.as stupid as  some civilized humor. A few are roally  ivorth quoting for-American readers:  The mother says "Lot us stand up,"  .. ,\    i-  . :���..  v ;���   .^That'SpUtfing Headache  ^'i"-''.   '     -      ���"' ,wUlwntsblf��wttak<>\My*''       \���  t'"NA-DRU-C���r"'Headaclic Wafers' ,  -i1  Ct-����   (relet tare ' relief. *��od wo' ruaiwrtoi* thtviaxiaSn  nottaf ,  >j-harqiful to th�� heart or horvou* tystoin.   25c atboxi as;*U ctrettixa-.  vN��tkM��^,Drn��iMjCb<nx>ic^C*ofC��nttd^-LJwu'��cd. Monh:����5.    ��  (t k t  ' _. ^ ^  f ���*  7*"1  ��t ;  \\}l  ^W u  1            .  f -  ���''-    J <��, Iv  >v  ,        ���"  4  /_  vf  l A***  �� ' Vi  ,.' *-  . �����  .  -.'^  ��� i. -��� *< ' *  ,.M  r^i >  ...       ..      v.  *  gsgfflasmssaaaaiEsw��__^_aw!^titt^^  FOR  THAT NEW HOUSE  >oar  The Empire Brands of Wa.IT Plaster  1 Foi* years _Nfother Graves; Worm It  terminator ha-s ranked as thc most effective preparation "manufactured, and  it alwavs maintains its reputation,  -      ^   . HANUKAOTCRKD ONLY BY  The Maiaitolja Gypsum Co., Limited  WDTHIFBO, MULH.  ^         - 1. 1 "    VOK 1  WEEKLY EDITION  No. 42  n 1 rs nl h irno=s racing in.itteis f Im  he will juif the ivo'd lu lew I lie nm  1111 "i 111   marl:  beloio the  season  ( lo-(*s  Very muny.person's.die annually from  cholera and 'kindred summer complaints,,  who might have heen saved if proper  remedies had been used. If attacked do  not delay in getting a bottle of Dr. i.T.  D. Kellogg's' Dysentery Cordial, t'.ic  medicine that' never fails to effect a  cure. Thoso who have used it say it  acts promptly, and thoroughly subdues  tbo pain nnd disease.  The practice of placing paper rings or bands upon cigarH had its origin in tain  early days of cig.-ir-smnking, ;u.,l was dooignod as a convenience for Spanish and  Cuban women smokers  Thc first bands used wero of plain Manila paper, which tho woman smoker  removed from tho cigar and plae��d upon hor lingor. for use in flicking tbo ash  from the cigai  without  soiling or burning thc  fingers  "Manufacturers later sought fo improve fhe nppeatance of their cigar�� by  s-bstitiitiiig handsomely colored and embossed bands for tho plain rings ot  Manila p.iptr, and I In us,P of these finely lithographed bauds, for many  years confined to tho lugheipneed good.-, has gradually extendod, until at t.ho  {-resent time it is ,-ilmost  utmersal.  Tn tad. to -tn li an rxtM1| ],lls \]w ( i</,tr ring been adopted by onlorpribiii^  11 inu I act 111 er-> that its 'ihseiwc uimi a (igir is in some nicies regarded 1-, moie  indicative ol   qualiK   I ban oUioiwiio  The jitrC'K l-Vl". doi* not need any artifi. ial enh lncenient of (lMb n-ituie  The m-innfaelureis of iho BUCK EVR deiided tliat, n< their tuslouiers-did not  smoke thc band, it w is bad business fo take good money tint -mould go toward*  improving the qnalitv  ()|  Uie eig.n  to jnif inlo nrnainnrital bands  That  1, ..ne r 111 -vhv  the^IUCK PYi; rn-il.rs lings   iround   ill 0(|10r eiga���  ���piS-���The1 BUCK-EYE needs no band to' make it.sale-|i  : afole.    Smokers   know it as the   best Ten-Cent'  ��� ' y cigar .sold. .-."'���  sa  its. IHE HORRORS OF
STOliC H: TORTURE
©DIGESTION"     OP     A     LlfJETIMB'
VliOMlTtjV    CUKED    UY
" I'KPIT-A-TIVISS."
mm uoruc ._e_id__r
Mr?. J- B. Flock, of London. Out,
for >car«i received ithe beat medical
gtlcnlion that, Canada afforded.
5>r husband waa a prominent physician, yot his skill-ind that or his
cDwtagues, was of no avail In helping
Mrs. KJock. ,,      t
She writes, ','1 was a'constant mar-
, tyr to .Sturnach Weakness all my ]lfe
and no physician could'cure"me, but
Truit-a-uves' gave, me entire relief
and I cordially recommend this famous fruit 7nedicin« to the public"
■TruU-a-tlves"   corrects   all   dlsor-1
■>   dors of  dlGcrftlon,   and   is   a  posftlve
sod speedy cure for Indlg-estlon, T>ya-.
ociisla and Constipation.
r   * , f ,
"Fralt-a-ilves" are sold by all deal-
rr«, at 50c a box, C for $2.50, dr trial,
.'     kit, 2Se,   or'may be attained  from
J."ruJ!*j-lives,'   'Umltetf.   Ottawa..
BOCKEI-EIiER'S- SQUEEZE
rilHls i- « storyof Mr. .loh'i,!). tfoolti'
J     idler,    wIjiim"    miudicimil    whisky
Inlhs  hilvo  been   'ho  ornisn- of «o
m-icli  agit.ition   in   tempornne..   circles
'     j.i-l  I t(.d>. f, , -   '   "'      ,
,.    " i\i> /Mil  beeji  In  the  habit  tit  taking I
llif ittjtldiiv"b|iu'heiiii iiit'ii vuirap:Jr»t_\plv I
,     itaap r/'Mtutr.uit   ill   hi*   liAjin. "ritv  <!n
rlev. l-ttid, Ohio.   The dTfc.li t,fi,'it he rego
JirJv   illeeled was roast beef and  pofci
u>,-, the ihnrgi> for wlm-li vsis r'l«...
Oho ({ay UtV charge for tfcifi eotnliimi.
|j„n   was .idi','ilio(-r|   To &f)tiA    3'lxjnHipoH
,    Mr.  itisckei'i'Ilerywho   had   foi'pn   siccus
turned  to tip  the  waiter u idim,-, -g-ive*
ibut'fiui'-tiouary only ti'ui'ckek   -»",    ,.
'She waiter ventured'to piotost.' t'Jfr
"Itorkeieller,   tt  1 -w.ie 'worth v »«  uhiclf
'itioiK-V- as you itre, I  would not juiucu/a
,, Hi bit «(> hard. '"
,       To   which    the"   inilliriiiaiio' rifjdied.
^"Viiui'K  iijian,  if you_ had   squiwed  >\
,1c bit as hard, at,1 do youwould uot,be
;i vj.i'er "       i     ,' y
l'r>
tments  .ire oil
-[tan- -it time the
abeyance;  but  if  n- only
llie ineaiitime designers
T"£ i;,!h^^s Tmirzm m-<>i i^
makers The empJovo s „, fi,"|,S 1'"' I,r";,r" ',rf,feh
v;u«t,ons, and ipp.uenC f. . i',/1 ^f lt'""^ "«-' <* «»
all absorbing question of dress",H „,
ar;';^yta«'^,!t;r^!;,,;:7''" UK' '"-r '-W
the ginc-raJ^ubK.Vbi1- ,"  - dy u! 7''" ^   'V"^1^"" *"
•sated  an  occasion-,! K|„ im. . ,     L,     ' f'"'"""l '"* rn  vouch
««t for approbation .f'r Z,^,",^ .7,!'''1  "'" ""' l»n« f"-' *'/<'"
This is the season above *■"    '•
...ii»f.-«,,...i.,,SE„,„.,,1,,,,,,1,,,,m,l,,,',*].';-);onpK:;..|i.
stiaight, line's aud make the wearer tlender     The onlv (rim
bow'\.fS.e1,rvr'.UbP''rel't 1,aW y0lte UU<1 <0lJ,ir' a,"J P«^apb a
low of real YalencieniiL'h lace, or revers -ind ,mi1Ts of the finest
lingerie trimmed with miri-ow Valenciennes These siinide
giwni. with the touch of real lace aiid hand work' h-n." ir,
immense amount of style and oriftinabtv, ,,,,1 .,,.,, ,J4 jpJjlf,'
ul   contrdM    will,   the   too   exaggerated   B/Jli   ,„„   j g  ,
fashions that challenge attention  by  their i, i.fri.ity      ,,"1
jire.gaimug m^axor every day.    Thev  are ,.u irom    heap
for as jet ihev require to lie made bv tlie best ol work ne ,,_&'
h..t it will nut be long before the<k,T9wJo.I,.,. „   h  ^,0r u'.,.,'
he K,ni,,le lines that  are so becoming WJfi  |.. ac   ,,n-d  V.
Iho women  at K„„d taste ate alrearjv   f..„.| „, the,   'i"„le "f
k       t*      )f
Stuped   voilej  are   made   up  in   most   elledive   "oivus  tor'
if ernoon entertainments aud ar«...J~.. used  Jor dinner a, l1
theatre .mwus.     l'he  blacK  satin stripe Wllh  fl  ,ull.  roVi. ..
■u-iuve chiirot. o,  voile is attriituve  iu colorui-'and   if not
TpOOD scientists <xmdemn alum as unfit foe
*   use in food, and the. time will conie when
it .will be as rigorously ^excluded from foodie
Waaada as it is now, condemned in Great Britain.
.«*»«.:.«  bo.U««oini M<.t be,nK. made,! /.".;,   r,1'  '7d';  -JP «»" P'*i« -olor. iueferablj   w   te'a]
         -   •    very best   1 u"'    f V'S   t ;l..Uo"I,i":l')|lrat'',,l■|'■    '1 h-n for those,
in. idoiiialiy;~moiTcy "hVrP 'been'"' ","!n.'1' ,i"1*-'. t'^"f'l't and, K1kfc'  nil i      ^7"d "."'V: ^T Jr" ,tbl' soft bai* tafl'e.a
- "■-'-' •'       y-   .P    .(A.  upended     Hummel- gowns lire  Jj„    ,'' f, ,Mlt,"] a,lJ ^J"*-'-    ■* 1'<»1»»1 «r model for a theatre
VEscenl-t
■*■   For.that "dark-'
brown' t.aste"   in"
the. raorn'i itg*,
B"Abbess  Salt   will
'doitr '^"  ,-
".;- 25c an'd GOc,
^     ci3 . _* "       ,M- '
5old""ever>-where.
-'       r   "       -     -       **■■    60
'V-''y;' ,  J    "   '•«
, Don't Cut Out
ai Goitre.'Cyst, or Wen, for^
ftJSDRBINIJR
will cleiui lhfjn oft in a im.d iuut
EU*Ksauf inanrwtr ftciu<»TtstMttrTVjft
tmeb. palatal KWtllLntTS tlmS^rntsl'
tl^wut^. troiity nnd rbcuniatte d^ptm
ftfc KIIU ptttn nnd taken out wiru-
!_*■«»■•. aud inJUmr-mfJnn iron) tiwth*
wJir, a^urHlicfs^ WTito <_rin)lam-
IrttaUnx rhi'P»nMll*i»f. »tllf nrcL,
luiua bnvk. * train m xxut nnmln».
il »w«l n-duw \ arinxo VcJn-;
Ht^(wtiM>pwijaj.nitlirol.L^iW(f^tflout
Mm Mren«ffl ^uHtlr, toiuM up «jm1
rrttoiv* the flAjvitciiy.to UifHmiilhr
mtw_i.-«of tbe vrtrts; nsiurfnirtlitm
to ft nornuU rotntlUoiu ^M!I *i»u
juvilftjid cltain up u varicoM* tiJnr
A. w/e. p^'JMutnr,tfintU«i>ptiu di** »i-
l«w Unfmcoif. Ill* c $1 OM or , «iW
)SoK.1jott.«ittdruK>rl>tt*ni d^lhtir.-L
Hoot6K/r^  Jlrtnuf* turv=*J\>a'vbr
ff- F.»Y0UNGf P, 0. F.,
210 Temple St.,   Springfield, Mass
!__._.     ,,n,»*N LI»*« XoalrMl, laudba  iirmU.
TUfiAFI   U,  blUCl   J.   riCIUIlLlL TO., HU^jf'S
"^suV.;, "'Han  fi,llV,,,'1 !V ^ ^ b-V •' '-^ "f br gh
f iiho sain .    more is «lsp a belt of the vimo Kitui th-iL do., I
iVe.it ei,:" u,o>' m Tmup'-w^ -"* wi.*. v r, „■
,iiim tiliuk em, «,(!, pUim.'f,    v     i ,r ," l
'it. ?or.'.',CV' J"" Vli,L ,*,R<""«rwt <^ ^'-I'ion o» a««oufl|  ol !
I r.nV ( ^    i  " ''"'   ar'' ,1"-f •"'•"■.«•' At tho same time oven
eno-t i« being rti.t«»f t„ introduce dun. o-all kind"   (Cn-e
"v'e      'au-'lrn'/V;-^  "^ -'ik-Vi"  -liro. a", :;,ri^nntt
igi.ns ,,  -\  °tT-l l-> tt,,,,0I.th.  '""^ .f-'.scinating of Sufe..w-r
,. .        .      •■!*,1V«"""'«- kwds of silk, and  tlH-re is eveiv
ttii.tr I   roi   (he. theatre  and  ro^aurtii.t.    The  old  fashioued i
are
'in fli'iitami for the picture
' wlors aim the 1p.isVci"shades
s;:^t -^m rm *™mm7™^ ^ K",
•"wooAn   «  -*  1m,'T "hUb "'^""-"•nd««. «ml, m fai-t, not on..
^ lion        •'.1*"^r^  <•»» .afford   to, dn-s   ...    pi«,t,..e>qnc.    •
■y,., "I ,I,0"lp.llro''k»'«JvPr "ho wjM.es.fo remodel a' gown and
finds, ,t'necosKary to add some'new.trimming or to i crea" ,
rhe amount' ot mater, ,1 in Mme Wftv wjll ,* , h( r^ff w«
, ".,,, li i„ the height of the ta.hiou it Vhe thongs e tlier black
^Ij'fik .or black wit.,, tor the additional materfal ".eo -i°Sfe
to the  ver.V„i(..wes,  designs of Paris gowns.' the-*   wo n.'i
>yz \::mwmr'i ^:'m^^a ^ .»io.».;.Pnt «.* 3 yy
thine in, the wardrobe, and Iron, street suits of serire and
cas]..uere to ball Ku«n, one-finds them fi»un,]ff pro&nUv
.k girmtu^     So,ri,(imes a i.ttJo of the'wlvet? or ffi A
• ;i;Tero."'ir-mVr(,,) I1 1>0* f',r t1'" ***'"« <"' « bfand to ed«e
a  waistcoat n,r:,  1:l(Iol,      ,, aKh!jIiillJ,v  ,liUt  u U ^
will be made ot  the !,]..< Itniateriar, either velvet'or satin
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JUST THINK OF IT I e
iilh'.^I** vf."'.'^" i:!1' "'Mlxid Good. I'cr.crl.v
"il llnuulul l olor. Ill ccnis from your Urucxi.c or
Tl.   LV .'.l "'°' c"<l »nJ VTORV Uookl, 1  J»
■ir Jnh..vjn.Ki.l..r.lso„ Co . U.n.frd.  Mo.v.rral
lelief  of sonic  cnlui   often   most N< loverly   introduced   in   thei
luting, if tiie materia! of thc gown is rran5pareiit, oi   in thej
I 1; oil ai':  a narrow   satin  baud a-  a   finish, 01  if  thu  vvaiht  ^1
I in Mirplioo folds, then just an edge of eoioi outlineb the v oke'l
jor guimpo, or i^ in a knot of satin nbboii uheie tlie folds of
| thc material are crossed,    ff in  no other way  the  louch  ut
color is given bv   .ni artifii-i.-il  rose 01  ono or "two oichids or ('
sweet   pe..s, most   pertectl^v   m nil- and  reseirbliug closeK   the'-
uattnal flower ' '       c
Apparent  but  must  delusive  snnpluiu   is the  lirit etlecti
k'ltou n\  tho smart   siitntm-r troek of .vh'.te voile     The skirt
11 shm I and round     lt 1* finished aiound the fiont with eithei
a'vMile doth bind ur two of medium width   the sina- e'oloi a-.'
tjie  ■.oih       The  wiis(,  in   ..urtilice  fonts,   |i.)s   i  .-loth, I.elt,  a {
n.urow  cloth baud, and the short sleeves are finished with ;i
doth cull     A  pointed voke unit higli eo.l.'i  ami  (lose tmiiif;
three .piartei   length   lace (tills  finish  the  waist     'Ihe   bands'
do not  g<i,aroiii)d  the entire sj<ut, nor does the tuines-,, foi i
the  front   is Ion  ipnte flat nud  jdam, and wheie the  bands!
end there is ,(n ornament of passementerie. iV tile (loth .*- cut j'
in a design and iipfditfiu'd on the- voile.    This model'is made,
in all coiors as well -is m hlai k and in white     It is extreme '
Jv  siuait  and geueialty heeoiiiing, and  is not  dilbcult to i opv
it nttentioi)  is paid  to (lie  lines cof both   skirt   and    waist
ritriired  virile  is  veiy  t.ishlonal.le. more  than the pl-iiu,  ami |
.  .   I
md the !
.of both    skirt
. .^li.v-n   .v^,n-  ,-.  »i-.,*   iti-.in.7ii,,i,i,-. more  tli.ni the  i.i-hh,
theie aie m .in  designs in stripe> and cheeks m  various si
A  picket to mati I. the putvn is iini.i, made in voile,  nnl
latest  fad is to have the j icket nnlined      \ black and vvhiti
jr-Martel's Female Pills
SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
«.'.«."''"'   ,"'"' ."-i-eiK'ui ■•<!«'»    'Or    womrn'l.   al   ,,    ■   ■■
•crlk   "tk '"'W'l'nm   |.rrl.ftr.-d  iciuihI;   ot prorfB fVlfi /llg patl
"munm   M"".   """'. thJir ""  " 1u{vk *""1 I red  ban."
rnr «i.lr at >ll ilnm nloriii.
stiiped   voile  pm n,    i   leal   om;   ,	
having medium wi.lth stupe, has a-coa __        ...m
sfiaieht from the shoulders, th.  only trimming a velvet collar
and inffs, light in weight, and transparent as is the I ibuc
is veiv Minarl mule iu this fashion
1        Niut.iehe bi.udiui; on voile is  not an
'bul the luaiduij,' mi  voile that
I quite   ditlerenl    f-oui    l.,s|    vetir s    l.islmui       It    is   evtrenieh
siiiutt to havi   a loilfr »o«u i.r lose pink made ovei 'i eh ill on
,01   nun h   tiuei   Mi.le   liaing  or  deep  skirt
theie is   i w id
in      '111.   i.veisLtrl   is trilllliKif  \\.vl,  .
nbbi
[iiece  govvn,   with       . .
a.coat lo imteh that h.-.u
absolutelv   new  stvh
is faslnonaldi    it   this time i
i.id
on   that  -kin >
bind nt sunt ii-he br tiding put on  in   i curious,
'I In   ..veiskiri  is trimiiiid with (w
I,el we. il  tin   t wo   is a   sih ei
i lull
lied
■i.ll-
rin-
mi
i
•iiii,
'iv, i
•i 'in
II i
ill-.,
ul
MIND
.1 \
flu    Ibi^lish   tinny),   tells   a
'     wlneli      ,    In,i    J , ,.|     ,,,    1,
'■ I He-   t li ,t   ihe  <,iimm imliii
I  I'll'IIII      ll  |.|ll[l||      M   ,   t|,,|l        |,
TIIE   SUBALTERN
t    ki;.\'ni-:iiy,  ui:
ibsl,
-'I   I In- b iIIikui •hed  v.ilh |
el
.    li
"""s     pll,
-    ""  '' ■'•■ o    a    li(,'ht vie.nht     -lib
" '   '   '»   explained  tli.it   the  par
i t um ,|  ,,   „ew   p ((em   p.inn hute.
-'Hoisted    that    the    siibiiltern
,    ''   '   '"  test   il   |.oisiiuallv
],       ' '        "b|ei t( d   (he   nlbei i   uei \ nn-
*■  Mies,    ,|   doesn't   open'   '
il «,ll lMl Ikeis  yiiiriutee   that
j knot   it the letr
' llie lie'ii   mil di
<        'Ihe  i o.iil.iliiiii,'
I i s  \ < iv   s,.| ut. ai d
M(;ih d   so   tfi it   t',
shnijet       \   ui(.s|   . li n nii-i
j vml,'   » il h  tin   low. .   put
bl  i k  i loth   in ,i.l
skill   (-
Ifliiimliig I- iboiit si\ indies ibovi
t he line ol I he limine
■ idols ot ttt'. ui.tiiials oi both
e to -av , is new must iliverlv di
.. sh iifi II" e to in il,i I lie limiri
; ^i.wi. Is ot llie cisl|i|i,ti jiittein
nl Ihe ski ' eithei ol light might
he nn i   Iil ti k   •i>i'.       Ihe p.ittirii  nl   (lit
in.t
of   in.I
sti mi,.
I*      s    n
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powders y by  insisting  oni
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MAGIC is
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that does NOT contain alum.
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,, PAINTY -DISHES
When Making a Rich Custard—A ever
sweeten tt till rooked, ind "it ,wi!lniot
turn  to  curd  s() easijv -i
To Obtain Clear Jelly or Soup—IJoil
the nitvtuip loi a iiininent with the beat,
en white of an eg-,', then sfiain through
a fine sieve or cloth '       -   (
- Beiore Cooking Tapioca.—Soak it in
wafer Till it is^-oi.suleiablv s^ullen, and
allow- one pint :.ud a hail ot milk to
every dunce of tapioc i.'vvjlighed before
soaking. '■
« Swe_t Bread Roll.—Take one pound
oi bak.r s plough and knead irito'it one
ounce and a hair nl butter, tvtOvnti ices
of sugar, and a beaten egg, Set to i's-»,
form into lolls, .ind'bake in a inodeiat--
ov on.       ' , '      ' '
Fried Vegetable- Marrow. — Stew ;,
vegelaDle mai^ow in weak stock, then
dram thoroughly 'and ^ainp into neat
rounds,, drain quite'dry. Dip /into s,-,i-
soued' i»i>gs mid Ineadi i limbs. :in,l-tr>
a golden color Sejve piled on a d'oiioy
with  giaied  I'heoso s(.tttoied  over
German Sausage Salad —Wash n nice
lettuce and drain it v well 'on a clean
•■loth Hre ik rhe lei'iiee into nice fiieeos
mil la;, tneni on' a dish with llltemate
slieis oi  l.'i'riiuii s.int.,;.,. and cold  veal i
",,.„ ?.'"    'V "'* L'   JL'st'  wlK'"  ,tl,t"   tt'LVl     Rub Jt "» 'or Lame Back - .   br.sk
seemed  opening llp  1H  t ,t.  dll;(t{111  „t | njbbin». with Dr. Tl-omas'^ Rdot trie Od
.....   , ,,i   ...    ..,.,   WI,j ,.ur(, (;iln(i hi(k    r(1|ip ^kin wij) ^
thc lini.ersitv, y.ime; the ial! ot fh,
Out in.) Agricultural College that this
young man who made mh h good cheese,
who, ion id induce dtfieis, to improve
(hen- method-, *„aml who ,'spent his
winters in the tt,„ij („* jrorK'i lueran.ro
and *ceutL(u subp'ets.' should ^leco-ne
its ,1'rotessor ol Danjinj; 'liven tlit'ii
the dre.no ot a jiuwleisitv na.uirig was!'
not abandoned, but it was destined '
never to mateiiatiiJe i , li wn-.trom
frotes-or ot Dairying at <!uei,,h,' that
ttoboitsoii went to be flontmissiouor oi
Danving iOi the Dominion, and ulso-
at tho same time Asjrmulhiri'st ' it tl.e
(enti-il   hsjieijineiir   (■'irm,' Ottawa..
mediately 'absorb the oil and lt' will
penefratf* the (issues •nirT bunf; sjieedv-
relicf ' Trj- it and .he, (otivinced. As
the liniment S'nks in the pain -come-,
out. and thero are mt.ple grnuii(ls loi
saying that its totu-1. is miigieaL -as ir is
was to .eineigi»& with Di. KobOrtson
as its piesidontirlroiii hjs effoits'along'
the lines- Within two years this association lettered flic quality and vield
••' Canadi-in < ereal cioiis W the e\tent
>.,()tl,(iOO it11.''    ' ' , t   '        "     .
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GOOD BUSINESS
host,'bit   of   work
' inquired the. Itr^fc
iiiinge   a    few    slue-,   ol     tomato   .11
is(iisi<.e   nn   the   top,     Ovei     ill   l-our  'ill, ,,i 'lrP,,,„ii     n..   .   ,,       .. -
g..o.! "alad  d.essini - 't„ ^    '  '       .    '.      I ' ," I lsl"'"'h
'"Swiss   Beefsteak-I Vv    .    beefsteak      m  „   >C!„ 'V\ *°' "f. ',lt   '"y"1'*   »»»■»'■
j huhtlv and cut .1  into u...id -./,•! p.e.es.      ,'       ',.        ,7,   , . '^'"'V   " "  lJ'K
1 ,,r t .1 I     *-   '" ""ill   tiamiug,   'md   (lasses   iveie
lino   111    1  sfi'iimi; im   with  nn   onion   .1,..,..,.,.j   ..,  fv, ,-." ,     "     r
,..,.',,., ' isiuiueo   in   tMi'i.rv  ore   le.idin-'   cities
stuck  with 1 loves   a  little mai e   ftejjper, - ...inn.,  i.iit-
i.ind  silt       \dd  |.'iii-iii|i   watei   to  cov ei
tin- mver mi,  in.I simuiei the i on
"(_■■ 1
"Sn   William 'M-Hdonald.   ot' >lnnt.
real, the  tobaci o  ruulti-millimiaire,  st/
ed  up the C'imiuiis.,iou,.i 'ui   JVyriotilture    	
and, Da trying, in ISSfl, as the right m nl \T7il-Vr   was   tha
to entrust  with  Hfe Maidonald  manual V\-.>oii avprdid*
training  idea and  the' tun.l-  m-ct'-tarv , .. »    ba'rbei
to   give   it   uoiierete   form       This   was "i   once shaved
light  .11   Robertson's line      11,- present -eeontl  barber*-             ,
woik   was  s(,  ne||  ory.uii/od   that  it  no "r.„„n •*     '
longe.    needed    him     Ife    bad   iiaiue.J >..A'    ''n.
others ,„ 1,11 his jdace and thev aie f,U , '     ih*n ,'   I'^Mi-id,..!   him-to  hnv e   a
i»g   H   t.. .lav       lie   wi-   1 ,mse |.       ,  I" U'llr;''^ "-'-"npoo, tana! massatj,., s,nKe,
fo,   W'.s ,,<„  f|,u  tll(, r,)l|f(1 {)>   ttJn(j[l  h|l, l,:VwrLat   then'   '
1  man,'
erdieil   the
_ £
" Hv
sh.w e
lH..lt
ri'iio   I,,,   needed    mother
Utaek
di
t'liu
.tents   tor   two   hnu>-   and   '1    hilt       'I o
-eive,   (il-ice   on    1   hot    dish     poiii    the
thickened };iav\   ovei,  md yiYni-h with
vegetables  ■
j     lor  a Plain  Custiid.— In
loi    egg   allow    a    te i-puoul ol   or
(suyar    ted   the  i-i-ne  quantity   ot
! w 11 h   li i\l    1   pint   ill    milk
eaa;-.   tloui,    md   sngu    into
-am ep in
utes to
oik
1 (st(l|
Hour,
Place   the
1    rinsed
un!  sjirihe.iii  loi si 1  row mm
blond.     Add  the milk,   ind  seir
-lowly    till   the   (,11st ird   thicken*
1 jinnr  into  a   basin  and   tl.uor  to
St 1.   at   intei vals  till i old -.
To   Bottle   Plums—1'iM   uie    bottle
with only  iroii.l sniind unit   fill up w ifl. j
1 old   iv uei      .*set   the  hotths  111  .
pin    p ii k   inund   with   nay      uul
with nauit w ite.      Let the watei
1 nine to the boil    ind then tie nvi-i   „.i.i|
ill iddor al   oik e
stole     Diriin oil
tint   >,t   tl..-  ,„„„   ,1 ,      ,    .        I      ■"•""-'"    >.(     cholori    and    dvseiiterv
1.in  nl   tins j,rn.w   the  s1(. I selection! come   quieklv.   theie   sildom   borne-   ,r,v
'work   •iinonjr  the  C\Hiad,.„,   sdiool   d„l  !,a„„,L <„   fn-  v,s t      lion edH    *fefIon
'."  and   thus  «,„.  ,!,e  ,. .rents  tau^h, | must   be   taken   ps     ,-.  ,'.     .    '-   ,       h
.f.'i.«ul,ural   wisilom  thioei;!,   ll.o  school j p'ltient   ,s  to  be'spared  ^Um? ^,.,1!.. lul
•md    periinnenl \" i,i)i,ry   to    the   lining
•m-inbraiiis of   thebovwls     'I he'readiesr
prefiaiation   lm   Ll,0   p ir[ios0   ,s   Dr    .1
D.  Kellogg s !>)senlerv .'nidial     It cm
of  the.,
(pnekli
plots
woik
soon   the
s(.( I Itliin
Ul!   the   isohiLe.i; workers   in   the   cause
ol  seed selection and in.prov einent, iron,
end  to   th.-  ml,,,   ,,t   ti„.  l),„mm0II_
b-.lies .md s"m Ult,,^-   Th.
|iread   to  the  eldeis  *iiul
Canadian   <e« d   droweis      \-
eitibr icjiiy   ,i„d    1 'Houi.it;iiig
be got at small cost at anv drnir stme
or general Ihaler,-, ai„| if W,M allord
1 el let   beiore   1  doet,,,  tlU1  i,t. exiled
lie-h   11,ut   toi   cokihir
Sago    JBlancmarge    v
pupiil u. it  know 11
s ijjo toi   Imil  hoi
.\atei       Pi un   op
in 1111s    punr   n\ri
.   then
taste
kit!
111!   it
slow I      '
ov el   w it li .
—ot   in a  d.y   pi.ii e  to
1 lie w iter a ild  u-o like I
uld     be     more;
"ni ik  !i\ e 1.in.1 > s ol,
s 111 one  pint  ot   1 old -
anv   'water   that    re  t
1   t.int   .11,d  a   h lit   >>t
i
HUT . ,1*1      ill
till  the  sa»n
sorl.e 1      'I I
1 lit)   w lien   s, 1
111
k'I-
eMremelv   -unfile  111   hn.se.  n.un.w   ,n, ui.lu.11  fiuats.
j tin   1 >ib 1 s- 1- j. ilin led  ml 11 t he  « list   !> in<1   w Inb   tin   l.i .1 I,
I .U 111.   Inw0r hall  nt the sktit   's le—  lull      'L lu   w H-t   niitilies
the  -Mrl     with   tin    low". 1   put   nt    tin    (.ishiiie-i    pilteiu    uld
J the  nppei   ol   Id ick,  with  wluti   in   1 ream  hue  in t   \ uke  and 1
j^ollu     On (lie sidi   "I  the v\ list and skut  is a i,i«  nl  buttons,
bind   gi\ lug I he efle. 1   nl   the-^nuii   1 i-l i lung I,
lneiks   Mie   tun iiiiind    (ppiniii.e   nl    t he 1
Tin    sleeve-   ind   i.tuici   ii-iit   nl   t h,
I ishion now  dn late-, and while
1.1. i-miiij.'
Cicup. Colored  Voile SnibroiJeiod  w.th Blue and  Gold
boiling milk,  old -nine -iign and lltvni
boi'   11,1     Uld   (nnk   gi fitly
is  d nn    and   I he  milk   at.
11    |i.   11    into     1    Wtt     lllnld
so  11   w ith  pn s,-, \ t-
THE FATIIEB. Or SEED SELECTION
Who aie th.*  111   11   iv hi. li  id  t lie   I.mil
e-sni   (   11  id 1 '      ' , 1 (ii.|iii|i  tn    \,   t'liii1
Mintle      win.    .1   - iis-o..     rln-     ipie-tin'i
ill    Si 1 l( tnbi r    <      1 id-i     Montlilv      1 loi
se
For Traction Engines, Wagons, Eic.
Mica Axle Grease
I In   n.li.i ol   the rest   nl   the -nale-iil ,|v,
as tli   1.1 k k   lriiiimuiLr   ippeais on  jut.,
ot
w.lh  b.op
al   the   side      'I hi-
iti light   b uld   of  bl 11
u list   ,ii> 1 tit in oin.  pie. i,
(no slvle is   i dilhi'iilt  niie to enpv   il   i-  ■
th M   il   is ( 1 it 1111 in tein ml  popnl 11   I'm
lit
. li,.
sty 1,
1 on-
lieI
it-
s      I'm   Iijiht.  iiudiuii     iu
i.leied 1 ipiallv   des , ,!,,
d   ,'
sei 111 tn in.itt.
I    ill  -hades
.. i\   . n-f mhos
I oil
h'.il
■ 1 -111
a "Ji iieiallv
-onio 11 nn
A CASH SUBSTITUTE
s     111
il.!.-
\ i 'led gnv» 1
in Iv   I ishini
u   1.1 t in   ho ut  1
I e\ C111114   gow 11   ih '•
-hahln    11 ,1   t..(,  w<
iii.v Mi.)   11 'I   111 ido
w 111!   < h
lli.'l I I'll;, I:-.
yellow- l-i.-e
ontirelv 1ra
ly. veiled,   Hi
stitching.." The.'new
'fii.sh'ioi) I'or the vcilr-l yown
cutting' fhe  two.
aroused  for thitl (•iiibroi.lory or
the 'Iui tor  u.it«:l.  less expon*
lililinli   is  also  efVcctivi;.
One  of the  daintic
xilk  voile,  made  with
are liccordioi.   pleated.
only  vvi 111  a   wid
(I1llic1.lt    one   ni"
there is always damn
this gown, mad
is so carefullv
nnl   new-   bul   in.no  lit.   !,'•* • 1,, \    ne  e\
,111.1  llie I lsiniHi  is si. pi n In il  th it   it   I-
the   yi il   iui)i>iitv   n    vvnui iiikind       \ n
as   been   wnin   s<,   ntte.i   111 it    it    is   both I
known  to  be   -mm   ( in   I..   . ntiielv   ro  |
ln-.il,   l.ke  new   it   it   e di ipi d   01   veiled f
I'on    11   111 ir piisette   01   -mile   one   nf   t'u    M ui-p Hi nt
^       V   , I,,11 uii.ig  fiow.11   ol   white   iiepi   do   i Inn.    and .
that  had lost  its freshness and cobir. as well, was)
iisfonin-'l by being veiled iii yellow i-liilTnn. entire- j
■ verdress   liliished   inerely   with   a   wide   hem- j
skirls'cross in  front, a'lld a  must   p'o|ml:ii-j,
has a narrow-bn rid of embroidery'
lYarl. ervstal.- jot  Or,s;lv.-r  beads!
onli- efToetivh passemeiiterio, L;
fold  nl' satin   m" velvet if
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ie vva- vv liking
maidservant   appeared     1
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the   d 11k.11 -.,     md
cd him ilusivth   ind piossed
11 1 v on      I i 111  *   eo.ne
slie  whispiied   111   Ins
a.s -he  had conie.
Mops, and, coining upon
r-iicignte,  iiujiiired  for
ve;  or
si   nl'teriKion   gowns   is ol' palas-I
coat 1" inatcb.     Skirt:, .waist  and  coat
and  skirl, and  coat  alike are   finished
hemstitching.    The  model .is »;i
■npv.   1'or. with   accordion   pleats
.'■r that Ihe tigure will not look well. kbit.
. i,v an artist in the dressmaking.profession,
ud'perfectly cut that, the pleats-'merely give
man ve
extremely
or   tucks
MNt'i;  ALLJKi;i'H'l   ol   I'mssii   w is  mviud  mice
p.iiuipil  guest   to a  dinner gi,in  n,   the  colonel
icgiment      'Iho  house  11\    n  a  .'. I  in,    I nun  tin
md  w is appro.u hed  I
h  the 1'rin
■liddeiilv    ,1
r.  he had t line to spe ik, U,
tie  |iar< el into  hi-  hand
Hi ie s thioeponee   ..id   1  suisigi
miiglit,   is  ni.istir  luis (.oiiifianv.
and disappeared, as inysterumsiy
'I'lu- astonishodl'i-iiico retraced hi.s
a .sandier of. his company, loitering by
vvhnni he'was waiting. ,
■'■I.  am-expecting   my.  swcetiioarf.
the man/ ', rt.
■■When- is. she "nt "service? " asked
"At the t;oloi.ol->, your Highness.'
"All. then   1 am   right.     Here, my
piece and a .sausage from your sweethi
tell you,lhat .she cannot moot you toni
company,"' ■       '.....".'
Then, sooing that the unfortiinate man.seemed paralyzed
with fright, he said, kindly:
j "Your love, also gave tue a kiss for you, but you do not
expect me, I trust, to Vetiirn it! No'j "VVcll, here- is five shillings in its stead."'
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sa id
horse, and  when  used
makes the wheel
as nearly friction-
less  as x possible
and   reduces   the
wear on axle and
box.   It ends axle
troubles,    saves
energy    in    the
on  axles of trac-
ty
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men    whnm
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lit, ;is her master' has
I     .A Cure for Rheumatism.
j and   poi-sisto.it.      utii   nf   rln
. (-11 used   by   itiipin it
: result   nl'  defect.ivi
land  kidneys.    Tie
ed    by   the    inn
which
and   iu
able- I'ills   are   known   to   have   ■-If
many   remarkable   cures,  and   their   use
is   strongly ,'recommended.'     A   trial   of
them    will    convin
value.
—A   pair.f'iil
limit ism    is
s   in   the   blood,   the
o   act ion   of' I h:-   liver
.   blond  lieeoiiu-s  ta i'i!
luetion   of    uiie    acid,
auses   inneli   pain   in   the   li-sues
the   joints.      Parmelee's   Yegor
anyone    of    their
tion engines economizes fuel and power.
Gr&nife Harvester Oil
insures better work from thc new machine
and lengthens thc life of thc old. Whenever bearings are loose or boies worn it
takes up the phy and act* like a cushion.
Change, of wcither do not jffect it.
Standard Gas Engine Oil
is the only oil you need. Jt provides perfect lubrication urider.high temperatures without appreciable carbon deposits on rings or
• .. cylinders, and is equally good for. the external bearings. j
Capitol Cylinder Oil
delivers more power, and makes thc engine
niD better and longer with lcs« wear and tear,
because its friction-reducing properties are
exactly fitted to thc requirements of steam
traction engines and steam plants.
If not at yours, wn'ic fur ifociiprirt ci'reuhn to
Oil    Company,    Limited
Reapers,
Threshers,
Plows, Harrows
Gasolene
and
Kerosene
Engines
..'   ' I
Steam Traction
Engines
and
Steam Plants
E-rcry dealer everywhere
The   Imperial
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VMlli.uu     . ,. ..r     .   .,.,  169o s SJiannon, tOcoi^c    ... ,1.      ...  1695    ijliiMi'Oii,   Miclmel   Joluiy.   ...  1702    ��H��pp.uJ,      Cioiv*;   ." ���  , rj   .,  *1701 ' Shoi noirtl,   CIifToi-d  IT.irns \i.  1713     Simpoon,   IT 1 (.-<]trick  li. ..  ..  17J0   ^Slutei,     Albeit     .       *      ,   . .i  1733    Stiaith,   John      .   ....    ....  1760    Suiverjiy,    'Loroy   .,   1773    Si1ihek;h,    John   . '.      .'  J.7S1    tilaplc-.,   Jiimes, IJandolpb'  '   '  l/SO    Striplelon,   ifldwjn   WijUer  17S7" SteuJo, ' .fuhiLS   Archibnld , ..  -1791    Stiv'orisini,   Ooorge " /  lbJ7    -5vvum,   l'r.iliriik   William  1863    ThnnuiH    JhLtbn^li'i 1 i*r  1S78   Titruot Is " Geof^e t Hem y  3hS8    Toolo1    Cdwuixl   'Ihoi'iasi      ,    ..  1897   TruiM\.   .1 obn, Vnnly   .,    ,' ,    .  19(10' Tuiliy,     Ibou.ts ,' ,  193-!   Wel��|i,    'Waltar ' ,    ",  1911   Wi iho.iin,  'tlaj ard     Timid ley   .  3P(.2   iWopsilpi,,  ItiMiaid    \lbe| I v  1979   "VVhite,   F.iintis. Gllm^m  U003   Vinson,   a onion   DoOt'lab  2U0d    Wilivin,   living'liewurd   C  1       i  lfOX2    Wilson.   fk>Qi��<.' Arthur      .        1  2023   Wisha't,   James    Alfied''-   ..,���.,  ' 2020;,  V. lsharlj    Jioljci t        . .   '  .2029    Woodland, "Bei'tram *. .  . .  .,%..  ....       0lM.UsJ.s-Ok.  ... .' Cua. twuk  .... Cl*sMs..ujk  .. .. ila.; - - >��    i��Aiji,..*le  ....      Cl����.Uudsisll��  .... Cr^Bsliwl.  ... Oi.jl_,ii,i!k  .... CruBuiuok  .'... Ms.ry��iille  ... Jawijd.i.ie  .... Cruiiuiook  . ii' Oiau..rooli  ... Cranbrook  , ,Fori jsuiele  ..'. ilar.\8ijllo  .... Cruiiui ook  .... Jtaiid.UU  JiiLriHUlJu  ..{. JluoevJlle  . . Craiiurooli  ... CruilbrooV  .. Cranbi uokr  i-'ort btoelo  .;. Oriinornok  ,'.. Orunuiook  .. Crunbrook  , . Murttj-dli;  ... OranbrooW .  ,'.. Oranurouk  ... CraniiKKii.  .   Ci-auiiruiik  ,.    Iiynn  .....   . ..    ^.Uj-IO  ...1 Crnnluouk  ..' Uranuiopk  .   Crtmlirook  Mojie  ..... Cranbrook  r,s ilnrjsAllle  ......     ilovio  Crmibi-i.ok  .,    Cianliiook  ,    Crnnhi 00k  ' Kim. e. 'oy  ,</  CrunlrnnJkc  ..   Cranbiook  Jjl\irt   Sl'-olo  ."!.   Cranbiook  . . J2t mis look  ...   Cruul 100k ,  .,   .Or.ni nook.  , .   Crunlnook    '  ,   llar^svi'l*  .   OiUniiiook  iCiatibiooki'  ,   (t'ra��til*ook  Mar*. 1111,10  ,   Ciuiibrooh.  Cr.nibrools,  ,     Cr.ii.iuook  ,   Cranbiook  ,   lllll V^Vllltt  .-    Cr.nibi 00k  1.    Crunbrook  GinnOrook,  Ci i\nb*-ook  . A ..   Motion  Kim) erky  ..   Crmihiook '-  Crunln 00k  .. 'Cianbrook  ..s irmysMiIe   **  Oranbrf ok_  .- Cianbrook  ..   Crfmbi oiik  ��fej����tIom   is ssivio  te   t*e  isssrtlon   vt  tbe  folIewlBC   stiass  ���*.  Ih*   Ker<��ter ef   Voters   *s the  poixa*. 't**t tk��y are set a|U��lUee!,  Ne   ef  Ari>l'satioa  ��AUB  PLAOK  ��� 325?   A��toi��e,       Juice   '1 1  Omnbroofc  aa��I    Oyr,   Mathias     Cranbrook  3S3��   fraffiion,   TbeoftM    .'.  Cranbrook  323(   Houle,  Anseline    ,  Crunbrook  3239   Joblius,   Hicbord    .._., ,  Ocanbrook  324-0   Lafon<t,   Philippe   ..."  Cranbrook  3241   laundry.   Elise       1... ,...  '.  Cranbrook  3322   .Jforin,   Frank    .'". i  Cranbrook  3245 (ITcCorintck,   Hicbard  Orunbrvok  324��   P*tteison,   WJltiam          .   '. 7.  Cranbrook  3248   Prudhoiutne,     Haoul   ..,..'  Craabrook  3250  -SifUiu,  H��un    ' '.   Cranbrook  OBANBR00H U.;      ,'*.  Diatrlct   ol   Hat.   ���'<.*,,  TAKB NOTICE!  " tl . t  flbanahan  ol   Siinigu,  pation student,  Jutem <  penrdsBion  to part ha.  do6cnbed lands.   > C01   i  post planted at tho  LrOt 6117,    tbeaco     w.-"  thence north     40 chat,.'  46 chains,  thenco hou >  point ot commencwnei  j  ,   -   '   David -  D��ted July, a7th, JWi  <_..   ���  '���-,., (  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������#< --f-l- -  ��� ���  'f'ho  Follow ing   Poisons^ nre  Itcpbitod  Uiiiuib(iitj  '  ""ft -J-'        'T" '-  '   n_6   Cs*rU>i, ^Gefiis.-e^ Cilward  .  s 870    SIuUloou    T.lionisiti   C."     1'  1192  Oiloiiro"   ,Cuoige     fa.vntlni  .   Ci.tnbrook     '  ��� \...   ilo>io' ,.  Gin 11brook >  Thc   follow ing,   p3. aoui   a.c 1 i_'(io--led  us  not qualified   when  ,        ' placed  on  ti c listu . >  71B Jluch.ipvi,    I'njiie  llim ^Jial-cllau p,    liioiUiii  ' 12JI) UucsOtl      Ocui^i     Viooit  211 i'u^cli,    (s, .IC   jjtwJs  30UH Calilllllj;      ilaivcj ,  ajoli Chabot      (..uailc-s.  rfl^B L.)itiii.tU',*   VlfMimu-r  loil*. T^xvia,   Ilsiilvj  '.J  l'ijn Deiuiis'y     l'liinck  4olli L^iy,     .John  dy.JA Di -utiliti Cjinleli  l-o'.l Ji  41 ..(bis,      AUilinas  -lb tli li, si,,di, l n,    Aloic*  3001! Ulikson,     llavid  oOJll JJouiKs.    Hsiny    MljcTt,  fiJ'lB JJucnuiuig     William    iiirbtit  5.16B Duncaa,      Aveiy   J.  Sibil Tlupuis,    Jt.v nil. "  bslbll Fosjaul/     1'ieiie  bl, Hi Fytu     Jai-ic-9  Gt(4l*. lliindiuau     Vlaxiuie    ,  7091�� Criuct      Piorie .  .        ,.  7101S Oiiojf.    sli.tm   ' 1 ,,  711711 Cliu*aiii^,    Auy^iiat  70HII Giicisoii,    lohu    Mot  872B iiuwo,      J���lm  Ss'SU liuottu    Ju-feph   .  9S1 Kiasi       Cicurgs  903K Ke.up    Hui 1 j    X-;     J  97711 hTfcoiJli     Cullual  3 00 H* l^nclmiice,      Gcoife  1O04C l.achiinse,      Ulnvei .  l'lObH JjoiUam,   Fu-d  3 00-JJS 3>afic-nlcrc      David  1012U l.ttliiwiie,   l/ouis  ltU9H i^aLn.c.11,  llcon-ii  102811 l.ut.-iiiiress ,  Ar��eni. ,  10811'. Laidlliw,    faiuek   Leosaiil  lOCtULniiiny,   Osc.r  lObOli k^viiijuu,      Oulln  10S5H Iwoii^    Fra-iis  GiaovilK-  Ll 7**11 Mills,     .low.iti    Kdwulll  120.*iA lloreto.i.    t lia.rl<-i    Hubeit  120-jll Mi,n-toiir    t  ihIio  I.ll 11*. Vi Donii-ll,    Vle.v      K  14 14 It Ni-deln        I    a nk  1.">2jsK i'l-iioiil,    Hldcveit.    .  11H1K I'llori       Ilu  ul  ITiS'iiV I'otim       Civil   .  1333C I'onliotlc      Vilhur   Joseph  ���1301111 I'loiini        ( liarles  lr>0.JC I'ioiiI^,      Anionic  t."iis]t Uu-nucl        Ii-lplii8  1377H Kit>,    Willi .111  1397H Kirhanls,    olexander  l.,9i~U Kichanis      loscph   ]1unc��a  1044I'. i'.ous-��.iu,, loscph   Charles  lO-t-fll Rowland     3 rancis    Geor-i;(i  109x1* *sh,. ui       Jtjcliac-l  1099C Sbiulian      .Mike  17Jili Sl.-v,,,   .lad'  1-fstr>l? 'luiitli     Tlavid  lc��0O15 ltititbiiH,   j   I ohn   Jaoif-i  3902H Vucliou,     Claire  3 909A Veioy,      Joan  1909B Veiieuult,      Francois  1911V. Viuieul      T.co  (i  Cianbrook  CxuiiUi 00k  Ci anbi i/uk  IVjciillo  C'lllllUIUOK  Ci an ui 001  Cianbrook  Ci.msiiook  , Cruiibi 00k  Li 111101 ook  .   Craiibi ook  .    Ci 'UlblOok  Ci an!.1 ook  1 Cianbrook  . 'Crtinlji ook  Lranle ook  Ci anbi ook  , Cianbiook  Cianbiock  11 anbi'eok  . Cranbrook  Cianbiook  Cianbrook  ,   Ui anbi ook  ��� Crunbrbok  Ci anbi ook  Ci tinbi ook  Oianbiook  . I 1 nob. ook  Cratil.ri.i.k  (,'1.mbi ook  Cranbrook  Cianbrook  Cit.nbrook  Umnbiook  Cranbiook  Cranbrook  Crimbrook  Cranbrook  .   Cranbiook  Aloviu  {Jratib.iK.k  . Cranbrook  Cranb.-ook  Ui anhrook  Criml.rook  Cranbrook  Cranlii ook  Crn ub rook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  (Vanbrook  Ci anbi ook  Cnml.rook  Cianbn-ok  CriiJibrook  Craiibi ook  Ci anbroitk  Cranbrook  Ci alibi Ook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cianbrook  Cranbi ook  Cranbiook  1-  ' i.i- --,  1    , ,i-  ^��  <>���  ��� ���  *$������  i   ^^  r  ��� W6a B.iisiiiess vMafi-*-nor *'Pa?G- ��� -": -���  , _    A   ,.c /      '       _     s=s     1     ���     ",J     -!f:, '1"  s perty'"Holder."caii.afford to*;  ,to neglect Ms Insurance.-, J s  ��� i      1 r  represent .three strong.'com-  .    ,  t  panies: i  1  *  *  The   tollowiuK   perioss   are   icpoiLfd  ��s  not   c|U,iliu��l  to  vote  1*1    Biadlej,   TUomas       Cranbrook  n  ������  ������  ���<���  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  H.  t  ���  ���  . ���  ������  tt  ������  ������  ��� ���  ��� *>  ���<���  ��� ���  ~  ������  ������  ������  ������  !  ���  ������  it  and will be pleased to quote  11  you rates  ���������������^������������������������������o  OX  ���������������������������������������������������������������*��� ���������������������������^���������^^���^���������������������������������������������������������^������^ Till-:   HO VIE   LEADER
STOMACH MISERY
• hashed bt -min-wiEr
J|^7aLCIOC HEBEflT
gUitfoid Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.
I bsve b«n completely cured of *
i./„t  condition   of   my    Stomach
wonderful fruit medicine'
I conld not eat anything1
aW*.
and
Mjiooifh th.
^nam-tivcs'.  icoBin.i/«i«is«UJKl,ijJiS
" w^i I  niffered awful  pain" from
^¥lL&'id!itk Incessantly.   ,
t Wm told to try .'Kroit-a-tWW
'. 'at six boxes,    Now I am entirely
ii' «m eJt any ordinary  food  azsd
"*rh_%«H«d«che."'      ■
"^    % AI.C1DB HUBERT,   <*
^ »W, 6 for *3,5o. or trial box,,
.    At all dealers  or   from  Frult-*-
&* -   — -
§£, LinlUrd, Ottawa.
c »r a constructiok notes '
IN i-i Mi.».ii'«' 'it Victoria recently,
I %/ iu,:,. Ku'liu-rd McBridp, tho
' rr.'iiif'r of British Columbia, -wiat-
,tjii I,.. ind )iee/i iu consultation with
u,'iv ji M i'iu i" KifiifoiHStt to the din
I !,',_' 'ii.rtltHrii'i ' I'uiiHtrucliuK pro
*imn>- ■"">" Vain,'«jve.r _"»ln.nd. Although
)r 4£r'.o,>i.>ut wm* not .thmily fcncl'ted,
ir t£.veiui»<'»1 -u,<- eonvpany an* get
^ nuidi iI'i«.i:r_tojjie. hor,, tint) a"niore
,»i.ati.Hi"."int'   iirojrmmtno/for Inland
I j„fJo' ijirnf that.1 b:m yet. beeu suggfitt-
' ^ inai short!) In; iHinotiuccil.
i>r.slr«si,ioii work3 |.u« boon cfintiroiir
d on tho line Oft railway by winch tbe
luivlun Northern uont<jmi>lalo tupping
-idir imni'''iFi i-oiil af&is oa. tho lira/pan
I ,ftiet. fr./M i-'tottlor^Alia., "feast of li*
-Mtbo. , s |
Is,,. „i,ruv.s ior the Jmu have all
Wi iKiijili-U'.t, iii-dc seventy mileS, of
4c r,u.| aro tu lift finished this year.
Pnu-i'i!{ the completion of tiijj. line tho
} (f K* vill ship coal oi{t over ft brnDch"
«f {be (5 'I'. 1*. thai will be liullt to-the
mils from I'Mson thin sinnmor.,       ->
FASHIONS   AND
FANCIES
and   had  inui-b   belle'-  confine yon
hsOf  ,«jnirt   f.it   .t, ,'
work   t'l  houix o-poi-i itlv
RANDlCl^iCH'inj'
' K'rl
of
;j. ikilig is ( is,.,,,.,(,„ , Wmh, and anv
who ^ows ii",Ul\ nwy e-isiiv ptoi'id" herself wit!, a
supply winch -will bo A •uilld „i pn.le to herself and
ouvy to hoi Iush jndiml rioej. .mKoeutos
-f-'rcneli or Iris.li luien of fi-i.-.,! ip.,i|irv should be destined
to carry elaborate embroider-os, .md the gieuicd (,ue should
be exorcised in llie cutting ol the squire. ' To dinw a thread
in tho four directions is the oul> sif* my, .is otherwise ihe
delieato mnieri-i! ja fvj.t  to tvvi.st  and  h.-i.oiun ui|itt,uin«oible
Whon A £ flidii ia u o: any ojho(- very hue hie eilfjnijfis used
the handkerchief ,r.(v>d not be hemsliteliei(. although infinite
«are inuHl be (b voted to tbe baud hemming „s irregular])
not   stltnlii-H  npoil   tho  oiifiro   (licit   ot'   Ih--   work'
Mxecodii'igl^ narrow m iijniiii m u imu.ti-s ,ue inoto iti.iu
ever popular, and neulv alway< handkerchiefs ho treated
havo eornern einbroidoiod ib lical^ly w-ihi Wreaths, oluaters or
senu detached luilterflv and Honor rio-ti«tis C-oruetlflice only
one corner it, deoonited with a i tthoi I ir«e and elaborate
ipray j.attoru, or i 'ujod.illioti will en.-lose a small initial
Onlywiiiiii tlii'ie ih no other doior.itton sho'ild a it.orio^r-iiii be
employed.
.    Red. "Weak. IVe-ary, AVntery Eyr«,,
rErfiWcd By Murine  Kye  Remedy.     .Try
1 >tortno l'or  Your,.Eye  Troubles.      You
yra\ Uke  Murine.     It   Soothes.    Wc   Al
Ear UniSSlBU..     5VrtTC For'Bye Book».
ftw.   ilunne Kye ltemedy Co.. Toroutp,
Hr.Martel's Female Pills
' SEVENHEN YEARS THE STANDARD
u 1 *     '   n r
! tecrlXtl   .md   recomiornded    tor   wot_i«d'*   all
I «u, ___.*'i«nt»fic*Il> prcpftrwl nsmffly of pro\er>
f »**,t.   *a>8  rr*»ilt  trop.p   their 'w* f» qriiatr "■D,1
jffxai**! t ' I'»r faJc at all clniir tutor*.*. t
^BSDRBINEJR
TIM ons rtinedjr that potlUvely core*
- VARICOSE VEINS
,and other diseases iiflectlnfl the ulna.
iioMJ. K. 0»kr«,6r Bt r«u1 St^SpcliiffOeld,
Smc, Cult, must Iuts en operation, lie preietna
l -,»ca AiiSOKBIKE, JE., siKt soon win cocv.
i 'Mulrvml-tiuhiul no retora oi Urn trouble. Mllrt,
kiaifjms, Kv-rnil-»pBtlcndon: poltlrelj IkiitsIsm.
leKmiMtm, WeM.l'maonK V&rloooe^ Hrdrocele,
mjasiUMitLMmxiuur. B^cfc^rsiMltesdraonljUMtroc.
,*JM «l, p.»'j ot. bonis at dracclsU or CeUrrrivi. ,
U.ntS_.P. D. F.,210 Tompls St.opdnjfleld, K^ua. ,
J>l»kW I, lil-.TU  BOLE X IITUll (ft, WKmiIi^xi
Bii.TioiAi. oaio a cnmicit cc tria.im. * cu. i
OCI >rf aiUltWi BEOi. Ok, Ui- TiHUie, j
U lien :it bonding sebool fzitlt. are apt to aiipuie 'he ba^ i
tiilhil, snore  trom  ha>t;   .litempis .it, lioatnent, than  from jiij -
leal foudiK'st, ior these attrjctivo nsccptacios. but the h'tbit
remaini-  wjtb  Inoui usually,  aud even  whon  grown  to  man
hood  the  se\  lmds  it. v,   usfb  for ba^s and   new  ideas  in the
luiiKiii"; oi them ' «
^ i ii
, Jin the (.iittit Oik v*onii{^ ^ir! is "citinft ready to t lite nn oer
lust toirnoll boarding -olmol this fall 11 a dn-s^iug rAooj s-it
vvhifli will st,tn,i m.o\\ ri'ipb"to the laundry a(id \»i!( Jooli as
jiefh at the end ui the somoster ,'tt. wheu it Ws^s Uni <aiefui!>
;ind tendi rlj in hoi -ehool trunk This is .t net 01 Oriental
b.igS) one largo b.ij; l'or lauudiy—thore are two of thorn juat
-.ilfUn t-n lhat on.- ah bo washed vvhilp tbi othii is in lisp—
.i hinsillcr o;.o lor soiled hand ken n-ef^ aud one ot a ditTeri;ut
•di.ipe to hol'd tbo iiookno'.i il,;it ih \o bo rotri",hod Xt\i inotber
wearing
Tjiv (,'ir.rort b ty i^ m.i>it ol lour pioeeh ot ''hi'ioso totton,
Iho doNjjii bo.iifj a -.vhito «iound with the figure of a (b.iuefee
woman in tho o'lilie. Knu wears licbly (fdorid jfir^ionlH
and lool.-h.yj,.. a .(ajvinehr* print The'lour lengthy ,of cettou
form tho two ■suloi iu" rhe b-jjr,_two for the trctnt and two
for tho b.'.k The} arc f.istouc-(T"to^ether with heavy white
cottou in a fin, y stui-li, hurrinj^bono or feather Mitch, and a-
throo mtli frill n loft -it the top, vyheio a p.oeo of tape is'
tn period iTOniswise, to hold a nirritiw bt rip of wood whicb^has.
■holes m tl,o ei'-'d tiirou^h wlneli to run a pair ol white cot ton
window  loops \u ],,u,,r -iK. baj; up by.. c
An oponinj4 ii left'in thc 1 rout lection of the baj,', between
the two pio<(>s „f i-,)tt,.,n'( loth ;u>d .jiiht below tbo erosti piece
of wood, ho tli.it tlicru is a piaoo io t,liji iii'soileil elothinj».
When the bag i> bung- n^.uiist tlio dreibin^r room door dr the,
wall il tooliti [jiueli more atlraelivo than some of the Jloweredi
i oiiom that   are  i«oie i oin-ilou  th-in the  novel .I'lpauc a 't.rmt'
I i-CecU.    - '       i i ;
; ^ 1'Vir She m^i, ,i imtd^er-litef bag two rttnprt of coltnri, two(|
i towels Lh«-y are. jiii sewed, Jen thivise together vrill*f- n laneyi
j ",iii(,)iT,-ii)il the *>ii..s mi- hemmed down over in emluoidery |
- h'.up vvbieb has i,r»i. |j,-pr. wt.ippod with ombrnwloix lifttulm^-. "
'I be to;.'()f tiie bi^; ^atlier.; uvci- Ilia hoops, ,s.b.i "uliepe nl.e '
j r-'i-io. Ijjidli' e'i/ei|i(s ;',.yin Uie fubiihji u bit of ^:ie mnlitoid-j
j ef.v boiidi.' if is it-wl d, t^o ( pretty }fHot ,itid to keep the'
i[ pri.M.'il cotiO'i tio.ii slipjiuiff. "'hi. sides ot ibe bag nre1 not
i sc-ivi il' up ill ihe iv u lt'i>. more convnuietu t<* leive Uieiu
1 Opeti i-,i  'it le.-ist thim iui lies, -.'
j * 'fliis! uOpK-.vour ,'i.ji; |. il(o -isiitipli>,st Of all It Jrt, (li lllct, a
j nj111 wti.ro l.iundiV baj;- "i'i utiiit of/eottou lowellp.^ sutBl
I int' fertile !<*ti^t ii a-jd width. The'frill at t!>t! igp is Mil
r',wir in (iiiipiiin^t lo the length of'tbe "bag. and a sdim liit
oC wood p.-ihaps tnur iiithi's in length ,in flipped into the
I etifiiiiK made bv two rvw-i of tar.ev stit'eliitig Ttiq.it bags, look
i verv   pn Lt_j   and   near  j,'!onj; Luiio i  ,        " * -   '
. There are name wi.ndrrftil bits of old brocade and striped
»iik wiiu'h win be lioufrhl novv at bargain prieen ami made
into ('hnnniup, littlf b-ij.^ f(,r holding ribbon.s, liitndkercluofSj
jjIov-f'V, i-i-. These, are inviiln ibio fo t.ie frill who mubl live
In sjn'tii quib-tor^ ind -.vho"1 i-..n.?oi Uke all tho ti.uo nceesscry
to keep tier belongings laid out Jn'^ftit rttw'h and"p|le^ i;i her
dresisyr and i-hiffonior druweis, Th?, jirettiosu of thc'.se bags
are triiniiuM with ntrrow ^old gild or .silvei galloon,, '     i
TAtK
:^iMMy
, 'the laglau sleeve instill ,-i markodi feature'of The loose
drtvtnj». eoat'.ind is to be used nuthq more elaborate sveuiug
coatg, for if ban been ,|iro-ved_ tof be m-ist* practical, as it
prevents, the gown worn underiieatli.it'from becoming mujsecl
or wrinkled, as-'is so.netirnc-s the ease with the ordinary slee\ e
with loo tight' an arm hole. , .\ most remarkable improvement is to be noticed in tho manner in, which this fashion
ol tho ragUn sieovo is made. ' When .the fashiounwas first
introduced theie waij i.ot' enough attention paid to tho lines
(always the lines),1 and "apparently the one and only obie'ct
w-as to have the ^irment loose euou{;hfon the shotllders? Wow
'tbe sbQulderi, arc ahvuyfe carefully fitted, the material, both
back and i-nnt, « oaiefullj plaiiad so'that the ftilnets is
beco.ningiv arranged, and Ir.e^ result is extraorclinarv. The,
^tout wptoan looks less largo, and the slender woman "moie
ofn!_    The sleeve  is mvsteriot
«r
otisly dealt with, often  not
Kills Bone Spavin
^   pick ViUcy. Alta, Miy OTth. 3309
"I hare us«! your Spavin Cure /or a
"teniae «nd would not l>c withfmt It.
a»»e fcitirJ . Bone Spavia by its tu*."
oi,a CAKXSON.
-riiil  u\U   the  irholr   utory.    And
hwhrdj of thousands hare had thc
«Miecrpriici«e|0 thepa^t 40>tar».
For Spavin, Rinobone, Curb,
Splint, Swellings and
ai! Lameness,
KeniliUI'i SE,»v1B, Carr caret the
tnmt»l--iu»y„ ibe hoise »ound nnd
wB-twi mtct money foi tbe orroer
y^^ » rcmo-ici   the  t<UM. of the
Cerp . botllr *!w*y» at twnd- florS
"»fi Good lor m»n xnJ beast. A.»k
>«f_^«ler for fiee copy of onr book
ATrtatifs- On The ilorec'*or *rrtiena.
ij* * J >*-raD4uco. EiMitanrrnita.nf
Blsclr Kct Emiirbiderod ymtli Gold'Eoads—Cerise1 Sillt CtoHai
i-i. ..i..    . s „-    - e ,    .    _     ,_
'„ Fancy lace stitohi-s (ire blended with the einbioidorjj pat-
j terns, as" i.i  lne ease of the lily pads,  which  show petals ot
Tue   nettim.',    n.-l   n'c   bulterili.-s.   villi   ti.iHsparinL   wiiiije
j SoincDnnes a eirJ wno ombrpideis iudiiferoutiy luit sowt. w-ilb
"I uxtraordinari.  >io itiio« apoliijiAs- hue i.iolif.s npoti ihe ituiioi
01 J  handkeichii"  .mil  Ihci   <*ut,»   ivy iy  tie i(!.iTeri,i] fioio the
under t-ide, but this is diifeult to -i- eoinpli'h, and a slip oi tbe
seissoiB me i. s rum  ii> the I'titi,f jjieot' oi  woii»
>i-illop lit.id.-ii- a-i- .V. ulii (,'lv ti.iii.lv, tut  that  son
work tal.is   in  iin'sii f so .m.uuiit  in  iiiiu   aua   is so hejivj  iu (
propoition  to  the  t.itiru   tha'   it  u easily   t<m>.    'the  better,
w.ii' i.s lo t.t.v .«. mi. hiin- s.-il'iopod handkorcluet of tu,e q.ud '
itv'stul on.brtuiiei  it I'ttntiH, tliiu to doMiti.  ho.us of toil to
ii'border wliiel. m.iv   "    ii'tiii'd t> .<■  i iK'{ed  fringe the li's-t
tune it is l.ii.-.d. led <•
The girl who likes everylliinj; about hor belongings .l.untj j
1 ih godd ord. ' nv'i11 pion-ilily" u no sovthil of the lirtlo roe |
i&d iu gi
lasts aud stool sp'.ugs ior" hor slipper It
iltfTeroEKO in the -liape of a, bpp'r it it
without ore ol tuesi 1-ists lint, useful -i!
not in  anv   wa.\   piot. .'  in  their n.iiuinl
oi.si.es .i in li vollou .
is oeter put .in-iy
. tboji aro, thoy .ire
st ite, and thc girl
in in:tke
, XN ABSENSE
*'">' thi* utherfl wait like mc.
f'     »i.   hen  ojest     Thev strike
who keeps" ber < Inset lnohfns d mitv and attiaetiv
her slipper lusts ei naincr.t ti. too
Tbo wav  to do i!  is to . iver the stee, sprint: with ribbon
I to miteh her closet -fittings, which in their turn should matih
I the deeor-itiuns of hoi  tooui     Buy -'Um nbbi.u a little wider
thia the strips ot stool aud -ew togorbor both  edges of two
j pieces, mailing- * i-Mor^.r 1-i-tl. -ulos of the .spring.   Slip the
lease Over the soring nnd when it " m 1^' iee pull the threads
nt* sewiti.- silk tight sf) ihit the nbbun will bo gathered quite
full on tiie si eel      I'l.e son 1114. I y the w.i*,, must be .1 running
(stitch, wllh  no Iviik* stitil-.es so that  11   will pull
When the covering It.'s boo-i lirmlv i.islered m plaeti .mdi
the fulnesi C'veolv disti lbutod make .1 full bow of Iho .same'
ribbon or a wid, 1" ribbon tint I'Mtolios 11 .ind sow it ou tlu
lop of the curve II ..... vv itit-i It t little -uoie ol.ibor.tto she
win put .'in..the. bow it the mint a littl ■ "bo\" whore rhe
slippf-r tourhis the >-pl.ng, Ihis g.vos ,1 ihilly 'ind pretty
effeet A shoe sh, If holding .1 tow 0; shppirs supplied with
those decorated lists is .1 most attractive sight.
me
1        ^^^
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foods. .
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s -iv 11, how- hers weie kind.
» li lioirr with good niioni
I'ulesf the  not'I
ot  the  proper  Img
well, and  Iho  giri
fashion,  hewov. r
V..,
?«"« fi oil' the sorrow that it knows I »*lv ,1,' " "-*
in
I api'-sanng like a sliievc until at the wrist, for the upper part
is e.i.Tibiucd with the back and from in •>onje str.mge fashion
--that i**, when for an evening w.ip In a day oo .t the
sloe-ve is w'*ll deli'ietl, merely the onlirtry shoulder seam
beiru ouuttod, 'ind this because the >loivo e.i.inneQees \n-
ttisitlv aL The col ir. As the iashious viiie onguiailv designed
this  .;i\o  too  sloping .1 line   but  with  lue  present   design  it
1 is   ovtreiiioh    hecrutimg
1 '   Ih It the sweofOsit  went
1   'li the wind Mint  strews tiie
that   the   pi It-
I fllllv Mil ill  .I'.IIO
be
«»'r.T i'la„p they  reach  to fiill
*"' '1 I slun  thev understand,
!" ■"•■ she whole world can riot fill
« •i.iuMI, i| *, „,imt>   0I*  l,r.r  |,nuj
'"his  'I'   lingers., in (Vuturv.
1 upended
fn lieu ot
veslerv ,'
up.in
tho I
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1 ''' 11.10 that I ever hoard,"
-    .'lonll^   appoint oil  .ittaehr
1. li lhubissv, "is tinsel  - now 11    Froi.di    ru-tor    bo
'"'"I    in    '    (hscuiMion    with
J"     I'nw   boated,    diow    his
'''    V 'kot,  throw  it  011  the
,* '' 't;i' .111, .'ind stalked out.
*"!  1.1 ti,   i,.g inloi!   the  cm!
"""Is.  tin 11   took   out   h.s
wiiile     • Vdnni    bearer '"
' "«r 1' ei,  luie,    md   v.onl   oil"
11 iw
ire
w Inch
almost
.1   i< i-orro. Ih   -ut,  lit.s suioothh  ...id  is
Un-  t'Oxk  put  over  it   will  not  hang
wlio woi's  it will not  look  imart      lOvery
i-i ci 1 nti ic,   h.is   its   i ii'iipoiis.itK.ns,   .md   it
iiie!   01   Ihe jiiese.il   .ogt.o  0.   11 irrow skirts
mis   ,-ioiu   l.'iii.ith   the'.'   di in md    1   wonder  1 »    ,.
nnt of .,..it. ml  in.lth.it veiy lit Mo labor need |        Vl|| iM  w,fclK ot- lll|01|  or yiqw (.ln  hi. t,„„_,,,(
t'lO.r   pinking. Iter   the    tickets    out    open     to    the    w n-l     lino
.lulled   ml  be Hmipced  (allot 1 pi I tieo.it , H1<i|s;„ -ls iblo <■
,1, il-.i-st tsib.-sh.ipod ill.ur ot iiicssilitii.] ,,,, .,jllIu.r t.,,1,,,. „,.,„•<, Wllsts Wltl „„!, rmlll. llmul
,l..ditiv below t(ie kti.es .ind liiiisliu.I vvitli (|)0 llllr0- .lrt, .)r(.tr. w,Hl |[lL. ,,„,,., il( ,,, ., ,ll(,p v or v
\ ni. low 1 •"( I'i'io To 1 . .ke -in alju'"" j ^inp,, lm| the lingerie bodices whim line 1101 the frill .tie
mil ,fnt ..1  Mm soil, rut tin- materia, bj  a, ,„„ ,j l( t„ ]„, p^.tty with a wide open  11. ket
'In.   l.ttlo white vosl   ffhps on  liiiiur flu   jacket    ind  1ms   1
tue. 1    1.1   t'.e   in Hen il   ,k nns   tho   luck     vhieh   standing   up
j   ust   . lriile   lbovo tin  mil  ( ollar, jirot, 1 Is no (ullir band of
I li -  .\ Ms'   1 rut,1  soiling
'!'-is v.-st is docble bro.,slo.l, t.i-.i
eroil-'t bettors Small gilt buttons ire
bnttiKs ii.i.st  be 1.-ed with 1   ro and dtsi
1 1 ike up g.-n '
is m.iiiv ...i lies I
«ei,"»ht    to    the
1  deep   In 01   ■"
pcrtierlv   lilting mil ' '"t "•  '»n
five goi011 s'siit   p.U.iii "1  tin   corny.!   bell
crops  so.u.H In'( w   tin*  I.i,oes   nnl  turn  b t< I
,is  jios.sibli   t..r  iho  ihmii    m  < r.ier   to   give
ifir.nont ,,   ,
lieltM lliii i'iv nl' 'ho twtllid silKs tor sniunioi sorv 1,0
ire Hi.' p'tin o,!s of s| 1 ij ed, i'l white 01 ill bl.uk tlliin.i
m1k nM,i,. ■inli-lv In tlio-" 0. he 1. in inr.ori.il but
Ini.ii-ie.l with - nihil.i.ioro.l or .ittotdion pl.utod n.riow ruillos
Wiih .ill mi."101 "'  wlllo iv .sh fiooks are worn i,nstirih
ed pot 11, oils ot  1 1 i*
wilh   s, -ft I   ileum i-s
ho.nlod wilh 1 be 1,ling run w'th ribbon, lu w
, i(. _r, -. us thei 0 no si,,-, 1 il
n nn'   . 1   brp di 11 d  line   li-ie"
lnr'od nitis'i'i, b.itisle 01  lawn trimmed
ot       If   -ii Uen il   01   1 Mibi.iidoied   *s,viss
11 ou,
tu iii.-i"
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1 1 di  .  Im  use with gold'  '   . u-o. iul
I'm    met ll un  so. v u e  ' .111 v   ll inn'- •
I-* nli'd '    jiei hi 0 't   ,   1 in 1  wm!
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th   11- ,111   (lie double  phor and Hi
,1  wmth  thei' ontire  len-jtli    um
Ihe  tbriit    ii.rrowiiig  1,1.n imlh
ibu.s .ire pi nod .il   one side ,i( th
lit *-lll.it       UO    Oi      HllOsf     l.Wlls
1    I i'i iv    ( mi po     1   oi    1 11 (        \,.i
pbjiiiii.     nd     gnu   the   |ibul   i~
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oil in- -ii I
idtiiil J 01 lis
lot ihn 1.1 ( 11).v
yoti, vvbile you
0110  or   more  coiii|.iu'.'"ll:'
Renieinber that o..nrto*.V ro.pii.vr, you  to give, the person
,-, w aro t,ll.-.y -r who "is talking to you, your   ust
ntorest ami Mtlont.im. mid that your work must bo secondary
A"Sration.     If you reverse the order yon will bo thought
'"   '" ;u 1,0 avoided an an unintorosting young;.person
1
1 g   v\ith   po 111   or
.••ii  seen, but   gilt
•um   as thev have
!'u   elVi'i I  nl    1 1 1 n'no (o'tuuio
,r -  more   worn   thia
single nbot   i.ibots
1 1 0 w Inch   iro v cry
1   „' toward  the  bolt
• w list    oi hers down
-     .ii-ieil   >vnh   bice,
1   d   sin ei   I  ie   are
li   >.|   omhionleiv
.|.i ill! v   it slioul I
I   1 i\\ 11   •' il In tod   01
'   1    (.-;>    n -  lengtl
with    vvliuh   tho
1   1 1 ill   o     1 ibot
II ' iv 1        \ os(s 01
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11  w I 1        1 ,       v h 1     1  I lull,
'   1 . o 11   1  '   1     '     1       I' h   1    , hilo
11    1' s  i 1   1 '  bhn    11 mi,   ,ue
.11 ll  vv   1 mill
KINGS AT "WOEK
i. t
TJI15 modern'monarch basv .1^, MUCH
work of a puioly business nn tun-
to do that for the most part le
finds it neeeasary ip adopt i,tiictl}
busiue^s methods, regarding hintbOlt, so
to spealt. as tlie head of :i great com
mercial concern ,    ,        ,f,
J Probably the most cnergBtic and bust
ncss-lil-6 of the Euioponn raler.-i is Wil
liaia of 1 Germany Tt ha*, been said that
the Kaiser is 1.1 his" office busily aitaek-''
ing affairs of * state "when most 6t the
other sovereign's1 aio/still abed—that is
to say, he 11 hard at work by si\* o clock
in tbe morning. "VmIIupi long' ago round
1l_.tt su'ih early habit;- on bio pj.rt were
necessary if lie was to accomplish lu9
tab\e 'tiiitcfsfully 'P-eSide-, .si.fning La-
nutuerabl" documfents, every ono 01
vvbi_h be reads himself,,the-Ka.i»er hwlds
maii>, eonferouees with Lis 'ministers
and elne.sS of departments. It ia said
lb-it "<« Kuiporor either ■vvnt'-s o' flic
tate^'about fiftV ietters .1 day        --1
Thi} late iviug Kdward wus one or 1 Li
busiest  ,inj   most,  mefboclp al   of  raon
arebs,    No doubt his ^uo-'o-sor, George
!'v.   a man    of jiroaouoc -d pK.etfeal.tj .
j will follow his t.ither'.s ideas     Kdwfir.l |
f mn^iitaiued at  each 01  hi*"ioyal pilai-i   1
• v.'bsit was nothing more nor loss than ,1 I
j simple    otfioe, devoid  oi all  the _u\ur.  j
ous .ipj'.oiiitnieiits that 01.0 .night o\pce<. |
I to find iu tho private apaptmeutf of tlf I
iiiling  head   o>   Groat   Hnt.1111.     uu  a.i I
1 ..vi rj-je tnere wore about) 40,i>00 ielloi- {
I 01  (ifb. 1 il papers ot oue kind or another
that demanded his attention 01  that or
ins -.(jcreiaiy during the space of a >yar.
Kdvcard   was   inost   partieular   that  all
his   letters   and   pipers*   should l bo   ar
raugecl  add  tiled .noidiug tu  an  r<eei
lent  system largelv   of his o'.vu   uivoii
tion." He ucvflr Kept  ti.y of Ihtiin .iltor
the necessity for doing so had ceiled
Or all the oihees of Icings, that 111
tvhieh the ruler of Italy performs hi*
daily task is said 10 lie the plaiucst
and least pretentious' 'lbi-t arises pirt
ly from the iaet th it Victor Einm muel
liap tastes oi the simplest, aud that his
-views on business it, .tiers aie veil
strict, md (laitlv from the rigorous
fcpartan method of his upbiiagiug, in
thd coufso of which he wps taught tp
forego all that savored of luxury. He
i& .it bis .leak everv .iioriiing not later
than mnc o'llock, and, naturally, in
hisf! ujion a like miniru.ility op the p-.it
ox hi" public ^erv tints
Tbore is .i stoij to tile effect tint. 011
one oei-i'ion, Victor Kmuiauiiol  obscrv
ed that the woik ot ..tie ot  the govern
uient  dep.irtii-ents  wis  very   niucL  bo
bip.'hand       Wishiiij/   to   .isiertiui   the
reason ^therefor, the King turned up at
ihe    oiiiio   ot    the   ehjci    o-ie    iiioiuiug
311st  betore  nine o'l'otk.    Tbe  f'rst  ol
the  siibordinale nHi< i.ils did  net   artue
until two hours latei    ind it  w is tioon
before the cluer limis, It arrived.    'When
he   did  f'ppo-n,  wh.i     wis   l,;s  .sstoi.^j]
moat and iii'grni to I i.d Ihe K.i.g 1-iin
' svp- ;it his lies',. di)n)_i In-, work     Withm
j  1   short   tin*,   thero  wero  gazetted  sonic .
I impoit.'iiit  . hviigo-   111  that   dot. irtaienl '
The   l.npttoi    I'luuis    I(.s0p'-i   s( irt-
Ills       bllsilKss
tbroiigli   1 .- tv
llOWOi J      1  id
■it it t'll .1 .s
The T-11 -
w ot In r in Ins
known In 1 1 *
,-jiih( if'ei bt
io The ovi iiiiu
of  !t iU    .. 11
teeming. In 1903, the naturalist". Shar
per listed a quarter of a million insects
luiu" etpres-isod the belief that a qiiarUr
ot -11. n'ilbon was only' a tenth ot the
nuinbor of insects on earth.
A WAV back, whon holds' r.P builafo
iria/od along the foothills of the
Western mountains, two hiirdv
piospi'etois tell in with a bull bison
^hat seemed to have been si-p-irated
from bis kiud and run amuck. One of
thi presi ot'tors took to the brancln«
of a tree aud the .other dived into a
(.•h'-e "tbo bull .lo bellowed at the en
ti'aiP.e to'the e.iveni and tkju tu'-Jjeo
tiui'.ird the *troe Out cunio the, trtiui
from tho rave, at'd the buffalo tpok
yftei birn again The fisan made another dtv-> for tht- hole' Altei tins hid
booa repeated bftveial times, the man in
the tree called to his ootmade, who was
tietabling at'the mnutji of the civera.
'"Stsiy it_ tlu ca-vc, vou t'diot; " ''Toi
don'*■   know  norlnng titiont  this  hole.
bawled the other
if ""
The:
bear
pre-
Vint   love  alone  faiii fate
aojice, dear,
And still lie strong.     '
—''onstaiico Joiiiiuoii   in Kvervbodv's1
^1        1
(1
LOVE IS SO STBOJTG
is so slr.mg
Liu v oriiioie.   swoot   I
'lie   wiiiilb    >i"   i'l!
I
lite
■•!'
I.OVO
joins   "i.i    sol:
heart.   . ,
Xo   mitt or   though
b'ow lo.ig\
No  matlor  how   fho sli.im
start
I.OVO   Is   tO   sUOIlif
Vol lovi   is }ve.-ik,
It (.an  not stand alone ami^l fie suifo.
It c in nnt teach„our taltouiig .li[.s to
speak. ,
tt i.in not oven  save onr- littlt  li.e'
Yet love is we'ik-
But lp\r ,s stiong
Those  whom   our  eyes  have
still sees clou. 1
And thoughts too deep for spot.
through   love's song,
BY KAHtTLUI BAY
i 1
Kver   the   wnvi-s   roll   shoievvur.j,   ever
the  piov ers 'erv  - ,
Maeh  ro ok I, on rh« sand hills, or ovei''
the louo duuos'flv : '
Kver  the   wind   brings   lar^pss,   filched
', fiom the silt Sua spi.iy,      ' 1   °
And all life's care" evanish, bv Kabului
■•'iy      s. .
The   ji.unti '1   inouiHsiin.s   liLi'Lon.   wheii
light and shadow liide,„
The   white   leet   breathes* a   -sumtuoiis.,
'   born of thp tlusbing t'dOM
But  neither  the  lulls   nor   ocean   have;
eharnis Ino'heaVt tl«it rea,eb.'       ■*
tiilei   Uiose   (.f the   wind svr'epl,   sintl
dui-es b>  Kalmlul beach.
Xo     1 row ds   ^is'^mb   ilil-   s-tillnes.s^  no
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nAA TIIE LEADER, MOVIE, BKITiSH CO'LTTMBlX  I?    i'  I!' <-.  w  I . i '  ���:.- -1'  it-   *   - '  |,Ii .1?   .  I*  p.**** f* VLTJtWTL-a  J.-M J*i*. t-tr,��xai;xAi=4-iifc.i3  it,�����;���THzj7Xi=��*^CT>'t-"Taiir"i*_"��. ���**�� Ta?JT<J3UBTXXT��-jc acaTc\T*3T_par  '. a.v<n ��T7=nrMp��"is. ^-ffv^j^yuu^'w^v^'ik^^ -s^,^^f!jE  ��citxt��n-SB��oiM��r  ���JDB MOYIE LBAB1  Published in the in Lores t of tbo people,  'of M; oyie uiui End Kaottnpy.  P.'.I. KJMYTK. p'Ji'.Lis^i.';.  ii^oir.'ft.?! ~iiiitf>  Oitq Yva?'  M-iisc mrrioit ���  .   . .   $3.00  irS-C-^C-.c-S-S-G: cfe��-.S&r<r5:%5-=��S���6S-fr*-��-  | CHiNOOKERS      .     |  it, -ii  7�� siS'-SSSs^a^S'^SSi 5S-5^5-^3S S<s���6rC  t-jjioLesmiiu-Kov.ien J  WATER  NOTICE.  ,  ?,!ost    tirtiins  fi'fi^bt. traias.  of   thought   are  Sometimes ifc is a good thing  to  get a rule that, will work one way.  FI*.] DAI", OOTOBEIl 21, 1010.      .  Talking' about coming- b"..ck,  what about -Walter AVellman?  i  "t  " Did    you    notice  that  tbe  holdup   man    in   Moyie thc  ���**��� i i^i  '.other'- nighb   o\crlookcd' the  ���, .preachers and-the printer?  y '.   r ���"t*"^' y '  The   Rossland   'Miner, is  again    getting.out  an   (Slight,  -page paper/   There could"' be  -.no better .indication  of a re-  ���vival   of  good   timps'-iii' that  ,,      .     | ��� & , ^ , , r   ..��  -city.        ��� ������ -   ��� ���  -   >  A good many bright yjmng  mon cuter the learned i>rofessloas  unci never learn .enough to realize  that they omjht to   have   learned I for [iw cubic feet per second] one.  (c.) The cluiacter oi   tbe proposed  works- dam, flume; aiid diiches  ' Notice is herebv given tbat an appli-  Csilion will be mad-; under Part V. of  the "Wattjr Act, 190V to obUin a licence in  the Cranbrook Water District.  (a.) Tue name, address and occupation of the applicant. Percy Thomas  1-J.iywood, Rai.clier, Kingsjca'-e.  (b.) The nni't of the late, strewn  or source [if vntianiofl, the description  is] cpriiiToii U. boundary of preemption 1230.   '  ("c.) The point ol diver_.io_i! ^flhe  spring.      ��� \  (d.) The quantity of 'water , applied  iy  A Clean Man.  a trade.  Thanksgiving  Day is'Fixed  ," There is a  chance  of'Jrc-  -land-being .'depopulated' after  'Hhe    news   of\thc  wonderful  ,-- spuds 'grown '^'.Orcstpri' be-.  . comes ' known oil' the  island  '       ' i t J        -  '- across the, pond.1  .Monday, October 31st,,, i3 the  dure fixed for Thanksgiving Day  this your, and the day will by  royal proclamation, be observed  ivs.il public holiday and,day of  general thanksgiving. -, '  Hard Times  . One di' Alberta's farmers went  into his cow stable thojDther night  and by. mistake mixed her up a  nice mash in MmItox^uII of sawdust  instead- of bran. 'Theoow merely  supposing tha'fc, tlio, hard times  had como and they were all'going  to economise, meekly ate her '.sup:  per and the man never discovered  his mistake, until the next morning .when .he milked the co w ' aud  sho.let down-'a haif'a; gallon of  turpentine, a quart pi' shoe pegs?  and a bundle of lath.   -       '  C. P: R. Thanksgiving Rstes  The Week  says  that  Victoria    is    today i the   dearest  '"'place to live-in on thc Aiucri-  -can continent. '   This  should  t"be    soothing., information   to  r those iiKMoyie  who  consider  '-���fhis'the most expensive l place!  ,lo'n < earth. \ t   ���.  (  ,' " '   "'Tlie1 Liberals in'the, Fernie  " s"    *' -- ��� i        * < ,.  riding''showed good '.judge-  r'nient in not 'putting ��� a candi-  ,'- date* in tlie field to oppose W.  -R. Ross'. It is merely v a by-  election with no special issues  -involved, only the endorsing  'of a 'member for a cabinet  -portfolio.'     '  For'Thanksgiving Day, October'  31, "_._)10, .tho ^Canadian Pacific  Railway Company 'arc authorizing a rate of fare and ' one-third  for the round tiip. Tickets "will  bo on sale"(Tcit.obei'r2S to' 31 inclusive, final return iini-it Nov. 2.1910.  Not many 3'cars ago the.  . principal ��� enterprise at Kaslo  -was the Comique theatre, and  the chief exports were empty  beer kegs. and beer bottles.  ' But how different now. Kaslo' is a thriving city and seems  to have plenty'of resources' to  keep.it-up.' So far this-year  over 600 boxes of apples have  ���been shipped from there.  BUSINESS   LOCALS.  . i ���  FOR SALF���Complete laundry  outfit 1  Also   two ' stoves,( a bed-  'stead aud spring.    Apply at this  office." '       -   '  ' \ 1 !  FOR   RENT���Nicely'furnished  front room,, .with   stove,  with  or  without board'.      Apply'to'Mrs/  Looter.      t  FOR RENT���One of the best  cottages in town at $12 a month  Apply to F. J. .Smyth.  Mrs. L. Macdonald, North Tav-  istpek stieet,*is prepared tov trim  aud remodel hats, also fur and  volvet toques.  JCiss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  of Rathwell Hospital, Winnipeg,  in ready for engagements of any  kind. Maternity a specialty.  Moyie.  FOR SALE-A six roomed  house and outbuildings on a cor-  nor of Tavistock street, overlooking the lake- "Will consider ra  trade iu real estate. Calgary property preferred. -Write J. Walters. Rox IS 15, Calgary.  , ({.) The iprsaiis*-. on which- the  water is to be- used filfc*��ribj, same] pre ,  emption 1230 o:i��� the 'l.i*.f ban'.-: of  Moyie River' about 3 (miles So;it_i ,oi  Curyon, ', ,  , (g) ,The ' purpose tor *,v-hich the  water is to be used: it'riiratioii. -  . ..h.)'l_l.'r irriij.uion tl.srribo the  land, intended to 'bev_ms;au*d, ^ivinji  aeeracre: pie-eiiiption 1330 about 160  acres, ( .v    ,0  (j.) Area of Crrtvvn land intended  to be occupied by" the proposed work's;  none.   -   ��� -   ,       -       " ' - ������ .  [k 3 This intice vva? posted ou the  ISlliday of Octobit-; 1910, and- application will be made to tlje 'CouiniissioiKir  on the __2tiU day of November, 1910.  ,[[.] Give the* names and- addresses  of any ripa: iau 'propriators or , licensee.^  who or who3 liiidi i-re llkely"to be 'afi  fected, by the 1 proposed vs'orks, either  above or below tin* outlet: none1. <;-s  ���' ' ��� ,1'ERCY T. HAYWOOD,' ' - ,  Kmgsgate^JJ. C,  "������-���      r**~ ___���_��� . '  fi,X '   LIQUOR ACT,'1910 '    ' ,  I <| ' Ir ' .      (  i     " -   Section 19  1 - ^ [ 'i^1���,���~-y' : } -  Notice is hereby given tliK,fc, on  the'first.-day''of December next,  application will bo made to '(.the,  Superintendent; of Provincial Police for-the  renewal  of  a liceuce  i >  for the,sale, of liquor���*by wholesale in and ��� upon the premises  known as Tha Moyie 'Brewery,  situato at Moyie,"-!.. C., upon'the  lands,described as "Lots -1 and'* 5,  Block 1, Mo3rie townsite.  -Dated^ofch October, lQlOrffr":  MUELLER & HESSE,  -Applicants.  an  Outside cleanlin��-t�� \i less than JiaJf the battle. A man twsy  , scrub himself a doien times a day, and ��till be unclean. 'Good  - .heahh means cleanliness not only outsiije, but 'Jis,id��.' it means  a cle.m stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, end  new, clean, heqlthy ti��vues. The man who is nlean.in this way  will look it and net it. lie will work v.i*h energy and tliink  clean, clear, healthy thoughts.  He wil: never, be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood  disorders.' Dy&pepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases nre found where there % uuclcan blood.  Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean, iiicgs.  -  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  prevents these diseases.    It   makes a man's iasides clean  and hcalt-iy. , Jt cleans tho digestive organs, makes pare,,     >  < clean   blood, and clean, healthy flesh.     ,     ��� '  , ,-  . r .    ��� (  It restores tons, to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion ond  prostration. 'It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs. , ' - '  Constipation is the most unclean uncieanliness. Dr. Pieroo's Pleasant Pel- '  lets cure it.. ,-They never f!ripe.    Easy to take ,as candy. '   ,  ' LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  SccUcra <i2,'H  Notice i.w hereby'Ktvon" thac, on  tho first day of Dccsmber next,  application will be intUlo to the  Superintendent of Provincial - Po-  iice for renewal of the koteP licence to s.ell liquor by retail in tlie  hotel kno\fn nk .the', Yahk Ilotel,'  situate at Yahk, in the Province  of Uritish Colnm'^i^i. ���' y -  n. Dotted J2thu'Oetobt>r, HH0. ' *  "*       ' ��� ���'.      , 'JOUN 13. GIBBON.  _����� v-v-r.  11.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  -Section  42    -  Cliief Justice, tbe Hon.  Gordon Hunter in the Su-  ���preme Court quashed thc  -Nelson city liquor bylaw abolishing saloons within the corporation limits, His Lordship  basing his decision upon the  privy council ruling that ''the  power given to regulate certain businesses l-'idcr the  Municipal   Clauses  Act   does  METAL   MARKET.  New York���Jiar silver, 5 S cts.  Lead $-1 50.  Lokdox���Lead, ���13  5s  Stock Quotations.  rui'.MSHK..  Bv JUJAU: ,t   KIAVELb.  Hid  Asked  An-ora  2-5  1 .). -.oinHtcl  Sir.Q'.turs  C.500  73 00  dm  Goblliel.lo  1.  r,  N'urili Mar  '     10  Sjc-icIj Girl  n*j  The pleasant iiuigative effect  cxpuriciit:ud by all who 11 : o ham-  barlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets:, and tho h.althy condition of  tho body and mind which they  not include the power to   pro-   create,    makes    0110  feel   joyful.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910. * .  d .'   . ^Sectiqn  42 ,,   ,  -,  "' ������-��� -I  ' Notice is hereby, given tbat, on  the first day of',-December next,  application'wilj be" made to th e  Superintendent of Provincial .Police for renewal of the ho.tel licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the International  Hotel, situate lin Moyie, in 'the  Province of British Columbia.  Dated 12th October, ] 910.  PPi ANCES t_. TAYLOR.  Notice is'hereby given tthat, ou  the fir^t, day of-December next",  application'will be.made tb the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of-the hntel'Iioancj  to   sell   liquor   by   retail in- the-  ,        .   tr,    ;   1   . s ���>  hotel   known    tis   the ��Koolezwiy  Hotel.,  situate* nt .Moyie.  in   ihe  Ptjovinco of Dt-itifh Cohnnbia.  -Dattfd 12th October,' 19l'O.    '  ,'   'McTAVISir <�� CAMERON.  '/'LIQUOR ACT, 1910.;  Section 42 ���  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section  42  Notice is hereby"given that, on  the first day of December next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel, licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the. Moyie Hotel,  situate at Moyie, ip the i Province  of British Columbia.  Dated 12th October. 1910.  ,   PHILIP F. JOHNSTON.  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  do/.en years. It is made in Nelson  and can be bought in nearly  every mountain town.  Coming Events  Notice is' hereby given that, on  the first vday of December next,1  application will/bo. made to, tho  Superintendent'of Provincial'. Po-  Is'- l'- *       '.      *  lice for renewal of -the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail In. the  holel.known as "the Central-Hotel,'"  situ ate" at-Moyie, in the-Province  "of British,C,bluml_.ia,s. ,. \ \,*"."> *  Dated 12ch Octobor, 1910. *  ^      -VICTOR DESAULNIER.  Meets Tuesday evenings in'.tho,  fsririeis'' Union   hall^   -Sojournuig  Odd Fallows cordially invited. ,  ���Nv'w.'Buiujktt,' t    H-.'.l. Smyth,  '  '     Noblo Grand.  ..        -Scor'y.   ,  ^1 ( -- . -.  .HMnH..^.WH.H.WHM.HmaMM��|W��^WM^^M.  I  , -"*"-  1      - ,     r    - bt.   J.HgUlle J^OltgO'J{<l. 37  ;>^".k; of P.",'  ���  i-f^j^'r!_.i|   'Meets evsry Thnrsrioy  1 %^bt^X^tr'venwK   -5"   WoGrcfcor  W'*!"i>c<SiV >iall ftt 8 o'clock..'V'is.  f     J-0,-^>;.,. iting brethren welcome  . Alh'bist Giu.   "  ChancpJlor Coin.'  E. A.'HitjS.'  'K.  Rv  Sclklrlc Loflgo, ' Xo. 51S,  A. jr."&   A. M.'  J    ' ���   '    , 'J  Regular,    uieefcinga  &lPn, the .fiifit'Wed-  v ��� uesday ' - -of   - ea ch  month*.    . ' '' .','  Yisitluy--brethren welcome.  H. Chjipmau, W. k, "���   ,  N ."W. Burdett, Secretary  Moyie - 'Miners',' Union  'No."7iVVV', V, d M..- .-  .-.1 \ - -    ' ���  Meets in Jliners* "Union'Hall evT  ery Saturday evening, s, Sojourning irtember^are.cordially invited  tb attend. -.?" f   '    ,, '   f    ' "  Joe. IMcLaren -  President.  - James Roberts  :.���' Secretary  POSTAL    PHOTOS.'  I make a specialty of Postal Photo work. Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or $1'.25- a dozen.  ' MISS FLORA DEAGON.  Moyie Hotel  AAiW<vi��yy.  ?. .F. JOHNSTON Prop.  This hotel is new ancLv,-ell finished.  The tables are supplied with the  'l-cst^the market affords. The' bar  'is" filled   with' thc   best -biands 'of  licjuors and cigars.  Headquarters for  ,   Commercial and Mining Men  Movie  B. C.  Canadian National Apple Show,  Vancouvor, October Slit to November ofch,  National Apple Show, Spokane,  November _____ to 19th.  Monday, October 31st, will be  Thanksgiving Day in Canada.  hibit the carrying on  of   these  businesses."  V<W|cr��sn  As Lo'A'ery Sees Things  "(Greenwood  L-jige.;  Sold by tho   Moyie Drug   ��k Stationery Co".  Uoat'scness   in   a child   subject  io croup is   :i  sure indication   of | No. 313  C. P. E. Time Table ��  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON. IJ. C.  1 __.o.-inhng ami D.iy School conducted by Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,  B. O. ' C0111111erci.il nnd luifiinesi-  courses a. sperialtj'. Excellence and  swift progro^s charactciiise each do-  partnif-ni. Piironts phould write for  piirtirtiiixr��. Ono mon Hi assures tlie,  public of tho thoroughno��a 01 tlie  Sisters' iiiethoils of tcaciiint,'. Tcrnib  comuisiice Jiiiiuary, April and Sopt  Pupils are addmitted during tlie  ccrm.  .   The liquor licence law   in '13.. C.  isan excellent one, but too   strict,  p   some  respects   for  a  western  pouutry.    Wheu miners,  prospectors, and .others   cannot,    play   a  game of solo for the   drinks  in   a  country tavern for fear' that  the  laud lord will love hia license it   i?  high     titu'i     that   the   diamond  hitch  was   loosened,    .-Men  need  some   cheap   fun   in   the   lonely-  spots of this   glorious  country   of  Bowser's,    hich mon i'h the clubs  <?f   this   province   c.ati . di'inl:   and  ' ij-wn'ile;  then   why  not   give  the  trail bla/.ji'a clianc-.i., tt>  play   for  t'jur L'ils.wjrth of drinks?  the approach of   tlie  di^ca��e.  1 f! No.  t.hathberlain'd ci:,''i 1'Lemedy is  given-at once or even after the  croupy coug'a has appeared, it  will prevent the attack. Con-  iiiihs no poison. Sold by the  Moyie Drug &.Stationery Co.  Tb ii in time of sudden mishap  or accident that Chamberlain's  L'miinetit can", bo i-elied upon ,to  take the place of the family doctor, who ennuot always be found  at tho moment- Then it is that  Chamberlain's.Liniment is never  found wanting. In case of  sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises  Chamberlain's Liniment tikes out  'the soreness and drives away the  ��� ��11111. Sold by the Moyie Drug &  Stationery Co.        .  No,-31^1  No. 8 .  Westbound  Local  Soo-Spokane  ���'.Eastfe ousd  Local   .  ���Soo-Spokane  1:20 p. ra.  'A-.iiF, p.m.  2:5Sp. ra..  '0:30 p. m  At  e  CATHOl.lt:   CIIURCK  First Fridays. -Morning prayer, 'communion at 0 a. m. jVlnss  anj3' itistructio'u at S:-jO , a. 111.  Rosary, instruction and benediction of tho blessed sacrament at  7;30 p. m.  Third Sundays. A.I ass and sermon 10 a.'m'. Sunday .school at  2:30 p. in. .Rosary, i sermon ancj.  behedietion'of the blo-jsod uacra-  ment 7:30 p. m.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE    "     '  Columtr.a Fractional, Kootenay 1-rae-  tioiial,.;Burton Fractional, KusUei l*'rac-  tioiial, Daily, Fractional, Jumbo Fractional, Dominion', Mineral claims, situate  in the Fort Steele Mining Division ,of  Fast, Kootenay District.  Where Located: On the Fast side of  Lower Jloj-ie Lake-.  TAKE NOTICE, that" I, .Salwyn C.  Ulaylock, F. ?.I., C. No. 1329762, acting  as A^ent for tlie Consolidated Mining- &;  SmeUinj? Co.,. of Canada, Limited,' Free  Miners Certificate No. 1129757, intend,,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the -Mining Recorder for Certificates  of.Iinprove.nu-nls for the purpose of oh-  taininj; Crown .Grants of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action,  under Section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificates  of Improvements.  Dated this 23lh day of September, A.  D., 1,910.  Harvey," y >McC��rter   &  <.  -; ��� f!��Macdonaldi j> :  .,.  , ,, ,    .- l'-      '���     ,      U-,   s.  'Barristers, Solicitors',Notaries,' Etc  . . y   <���  Cranbrook,   -   -    B. C  W. F. GTJBD,  I ' 'si  HATUUSTKK. SOt,ICITOn, ETC.  CUANBKOOK. , ���   B.  DE, F.'E. MILES'.-  _ Dentist,  Cranbrook,       ' , u, C.  G-eorge H Thompson,  BARmsTEn, ^ Solicitor '  Notary Public, <fcq.  CKiVNBKOOK.       Bitnisn Columbia  W, R. BEATTY  Enib.almcr and Undei taker,  Phone 9, ' CRANBROOK  X.'I.McVittic.C.E.r  I. S.   II.  V. I'urkor, t:  j;  McVITTIE & PAEKEK  I'ltoviNCiAL Land Suiivcuxn  is.Aii.WAV �� an>iso  ��.>GiNi:i:uiNo  Lis.iniatcs Furnished.  OKFICKS  J'^ort Steele P. O. Box 23.  Cranbrook V. O. Box II.  = -^   =J^---,  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such as house  fittings, lamps, shades or motor  boat supplies, spark'.plugs,, coils,  batteries, go to or write.  OYIE   BEER  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the fiest Boor 'in ulst  Kootenay.    With tl^'e Best -Malt and the Purest Spring  Water it j  unexcelled for quality.    Insist on having Moyie Beer.  B(ITT1,15J)    ANi>    Ull/\.VT    JCKKIt  ' MOYIE  BREWING CO.  MUELL^Fv & HESSB?   PROPS,  ,   A        ' 3M��<d>-BTJ��&2, 3E3. o   '  ��Mj��i��^-jniH=g!rOTJ���giJiiira��*��CT^ ���'n^K^^maaKnKa^ctamg^iaaxtmuaxxsaaataT^^AL  If you  are  sick, sufl'erinff from any   dis    ^  order, we can euro jrou -Permaneiitiy   I  -   1     1 y <     .   *c.  -.Vou do- not have to linget.', sulforinp from  J  ,'     ' - .-. p  Ji-Jsa^'o, - because  xr.fi' aro, ifiedical specialists  |  -with many gears'  oxporience  treating and"!  curiug siiccosefullyall men's aiseases.'  .1 1   1 * 1  1 - - -1 ,  . {.,     " ���- , .        '     \    ',  ^HONEST, TRBATMEN'i;  '"., ' 'A sura awcl per.inancnl, cure iw all, diseases Of  ' men-Ne.rv.ous, Weakness*' ��� Varicose Yoihs,  Hydrocele,  Blood ��� and   Skm  Disorders,  )Sores," Ulcers^     Kidney; .Bladder-   and  . ";E ectal"disorders; aud all;, special', ;ailments com.  liionvlo.-mcn.- ���' "     - , - v  y      y       " ���- ^ ��� /    , ���  /''1- ', Best Anatomy Museum.1 in the Nortlt west.  ���I.  ,^. ''''.Tf 'you cannot gome to.Spplfa^e for free consultation tioiv /-"  %$'J v.'x'it^ for 6nv fi��oei,boolilot1-' 1- ,"7;;'- .,-   -     - '   v   '' '- i   '  J     y , '".yyOr. kELLEY'S MUSEUM*, V" I,  I      ' ������' V'210 -"Howard St ''-'v��" "- '\      ;   ' SPOK AN]<.,' Wash 1  *, ,��, '   /BUY TO UK  J)3��HAtn.?>'Ji:iS     JtttUS.    fvopa.  Lurjjo   t-ample   100m vin connection  with house, for commorci.il nieu. Besl  6l accommodation.    ' -'.     ."  ���f ' ., y '* .'  ITeadqusrtora,. for,,  C.orrj���  *      *       ' -i * J  1 "*   ' meroialand MiniugMen..     ,   J  Qubeks avb'*       r '*      J      MOYfE  '>/y '; pENTIST; ~,t\ ^  Tiie Expert Crown "and" Bridge  Etipnery;  "/, FijoM - * -  1. ';B. .Siewari  . ii <  ", "-,'   "    ' Worker; "  ,, Office ovei" Mr." Short's'   l  Wall      'Paper      Stores-  Armstrong Ave.,       ' Cranbrook  SEND yOUll    WOIUC   TO  TU{E  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSOS" " '  AH White Labor.  Leave work with the    local agent  A. B. STEWART  ,i-  ��� ' ^Shamrock Creamery Butter  ' ���  ,- ���>  ;-- y-'-    "   1"   ,  ���-    : i',Shamrock Leaf Lard   '  *- ��� -      ,3 I ^s     <���   -  -  ; - ;y Shamrock Hams<  ,. s t and' " .<>  Imperator Bacon    -  For 'sale by  all  first cl?.s_.  grocers and ��� '  06 CO Ltd!  B. C.  in  v MOYIE.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  tl  Stallies'- St.  it,  IMGROSE  'NELSON  If you want anything in the  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try  c."a.'foote  THE TAILOR  Wc carry iu stock thc gooclr.  to make an up-to-date suit  marie iu town, or wc can get  you a special ordered suit  made to your measure. Wc  have rcady-to-wcav Campbell's  clot!iim>\ the best made and  .fitting clothing in Canada.  Underwear, "shirt's, .collars,  ties, belts,  summer  hats  and  nearly everything in  the ���line.  - of   furnishings, at ��� reasonable  international;.:  hotel, ���'���,";.���"   '..'���  ��� ��� '��� '.;  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOR' & . BON NEB,  rROPiurcTOii.s     ,  Victoria Street. -      ;A!OYJ.K  ���All our. goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  _S__^.H_E^2!-_iaSM_-l!_2E-3!  srcha nt  WHEN IN  " CEANBROOEj  E. U. S?IAT.r,, Blnnncor.  Good rooms, good lablea aud bar  and first class saraplo rooms.  O P. DESAULNIER.  DUVLKR   IN  j <$ 60_B_  PROMPT  DELIVERY-  Queens' A^e.      MOYlE|  BLAIR  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKANE,  WASH-  is the Ikst equipped Infiiu**.*.  cclU",rL'  the   tiottliMcsl.      -Mail)    C.i.i.i'l"   ��;  tk-tits Rrsiduttie 'rom   our   colic-;!*  M.-.10 1.     You cm Icirit  SHORT1IANO,  Tyi'UWIUTINC-,  BOCKKl.I.I'JNO,  COMMERCIAL T'AV/. , -  sliiil Ret a RC'iiornl tms-ness IrantipJ.. y J  wc.will scctm: a position I'1' )'ou .",.'.��  Canatlian ' or ' an AiiU-rican l>'i����'|-~  house. Write for'bur beautifully >_.  trated rata loir:    Sent. frW upon  rtquc .1  Thos. Summers  .'"Oisara,   Candy,      l^b ��ud  .       Cont'eetionory-  TOYS.   NOTIONS   ETC  South'  Victoria  St.

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