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The Moyie Leader Oct 24, 1903

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XV, ' f :,i,     F,->   t.j   M.S-j  f?;a ���'   ���'��� Ska a .Iki-ily , jkg    rJ$   M' tA7fy  i-y.. ; yy.���������.���^0..;jsf��7-:rW''S^  ;.Cj..\1  Vi t;;-Ji. + ''<;:��� Siu.kTint'.  kpoi.ane will proi;,tl!y be tlie ti'.e of  ,;-, ,t�� *, -. ^ .. ��� ,. ,        ::reat   V/bitc   lead    manufacturing  ���fe��!i1^. fifel : Vur'KJ�� "ccording   to P.M. Carter, vice-  ^%Vy1 ll iy(i ifuc^dent  ol  the ..Carter White  Lead*  com; ik-jy of Chicago and Omaha. Thi��  c-'mp.wiy, next to the  National   Lead  <ompnr.y, is one of'the  heaviest  users  *\s y,f the !'k,d  from   tl;e   Coeur  d'Alene  ' minet.    White   lead ' is   the  basis  of  paint, whether red, white, blue or . any  other color.  "About 200 carloads   ol   white lead  ^   ffl   U/'H1   A    \7 k .fFPTi   rnnrrn/'':UP''���"U'l'ed into tjiid 'territory yearly,''  If ii rrAa A liSm 'f^Mli** **<������ 1���,^**,,^  f  '< jL* ft ,  '*' 'i t"5 O YQ jO '^'M'S'VT  if :*i  uanaaians.  isms  M,    ~ .Furnished by Beale & Elwell  brbk��  ereSl   SB-   "a, Movie, B.���C,  Iscted  &���'*:��'-  yk.'7 fiJfy ��� $m %��� 'ii-  fil '^1^ '^^i;^^'vVp.'H,|y7k -jjj':  '��� ��������J-fcn-'i;'P;'i'i fell .-*' tf-ki &rj4L  w.>m y ffi''':a.'.f3,''U.,''.kbd^v7^a?,-i��  B  i^:'a:a.^7^ '     ��� j (li'-j'ij .igo,''and aearly evtry   ounce  o  ;il(.:k':-"��ti II;| ������'��? j   Jit.r. mafle   from   Coeur   d'Aleuc  leat  ..a'^'''?i'''v|f'7:'^:^''i'!;%    ywJ.J(.,(llv1    t   , .'        -i   * " -       ' -i   ; 1'^oigiit is paid from ihe Coeur tl'Alen  MS^W-'W Mm i -L,xLooib< d ^^ ^Ci Ayl^SWOrtll I ,!iii;M to the Nebraska smokers on th  feSl,'���'VW'lJ)':-# ! K(-il''--^0ij:gn IfifcUOC- l^'11^-1^^^ anf' man, ��� perhaps -l.  .5^y.'.W'^..,i. i nniAiitP-.i^iU.;-.. iCliio^oon  the roll nod  mot.d.    Thei  a#j    !  m  m  ���y'/M  unieiit, But Wtro iu  tho Minority  London, Oct, 20.'���Without thi- ��ig-  natun.-dof tlie Canadian coninii��;sioQ-  *.:���*, (h'r-u'wr.rd on the Alaskan i;i/an-  ih.ry v,(i�� today handed to Messrs. Po.t-  '&  Linencan and   Oanadian  govcru-  ^^^^^'^^^���^^���^^���^^ b.ucr a,Aiael Lord A  yrwar^w:^^^S<lr��^��'"^f*;^>T'l'*,^^>*"lll*^  i^- ; lor ami Clifton, redpeetivelv a^int-j -'of  ih,  .1  vtrttone, refiiaod to attach their name-  iP-:.  ��l-i.f^ I to the decinon oi the majontv-  mmm*^ !     n��e JecUion gr.u^, all,he American.  ���y;;Sy|'riffyI;;yg^  'l)b; I'VsU ?:'-Ivycei.vod:.; aaBr e sea  ';: jcorifuniiciy with ;iie excjpli'^a of the  ;' lyhaareliiting;rt;! ty' Xhy lyrtlan.l on mil.  ���������yThe^s-'gq'fttpnes/wer Ju,V|  ��� jl'ticeAIvcytone^SenUtoi'Lodge, Senar-  i:yij ..go, "and nearly every   ounce  of  ll. .p. made   from   Coeur   d'Aleue  lead  e  e  -to  en  i fieight i'i paid all the way back to the  Pacific northwest ��� on the manufacturer7, white lead.  "The location in Spokane of a white  lead manufactory, iu connection with  the establishment of a . rnedter, and tq-  finery in tho vicinity, v.ould mean an  immcDSe saving'in froiuhl. The pros,  out contumpiion in the U-riitorv .that  could be reached from Spokane as a  distributing,center v/ould support such  a plant.  "iY) make good white lead the metal  used muit be desilverized  lead, mined  fiom c-ilver-lead   miuts, inch   as  thoso j  in tho Coeur d'Alene ^ugion.   The-"zinc }  leads from MiiiSuuri  and   Kansas   can !  PB  ll  News Selected from, Manv  ��� Soiiroea and   Compiled  with Pen, Scissors  ��� and Paste; ��� ���  mma  ";yH''!iy;  raTiyriyr,;'andk Secretaryyllooi,   the  John Alexander Dowie, who claims  to bo Elijah II; is having a warm time  in ZS'ew York City.  J. II. .Tillman, .self-confessed mur-  di-rer of Editor Gonxak-s, id declared  "not guilty" by a South Carolina jury,  iiy dressing a 1200 pound steer in  three rhinutes-anrl '38, 3econds, Jacob  Paer of De-nver, Colorado, has reduced  ihe world's record by 20 seconds.  The national transcontinental railway bill has   passed   the   senate,   and  now only awaits the assent of the  governor'general to become a law.  VTm. Moon, cx-postmastero!' Michelj  has been sentenced to four   years'   im-  ���i^.'sx^r-x.-ar.^^^'^H.-^e^z^.:'!r^^^^.tv^^iix^z*^*^��^��^A'^  ���;. ,v,,^^...1^,...,-^-.,.;-.^'A-^w.v.y.i^��iw.-i^.-^:.^^.--'E-i' .^g^   ,"*'���        .a. v^��-���m..^Tr^f'-��'y-*-..1.-^-. i^H"^������."?"-'..' 'i..^'-/."*.?.^  ".ar.tV  y. i,  ���M'A*ix.-'_  mMw^:wm'^^  "TS'^kay  '���i'i  'R"7;a  Uk"H  ,-.k<i^k^--;i--.-<riVr2''r-.y^-vi.y^fij>ryr>'?7.a^  i&wK'wrf����--.riv';^^-��i'J^sfev-uij.1  ''   '"        ''''a;--   "<���:     ':-YM  .;. ,'.'.��� j'-:-r".'.|-' V-..;, i. '.���������������';.-i:.,"M  ,'.';,.'..'.?.-':'.'^p7a;7:'l' ...  '.yf��  well a? , pridonment for defrauding  the "postal  i -a! ;p;:rtmcnt.    lie w-is short in bia, ac-  tbo  rrl'med  ' '   -"���'"'���������"��� '--'-������������-"���������"   '     '"   ���-- aaaa.-aa-aa,.     .,..-,. ., .    ,,  ,;    .a. a,     -.,.        aa   .   -.. ��� .,     Jg ,  ���Auvli  .! Accotihtiinb-::-Oiil}7.tHc'f3i.'rok;yit;-fl���  ;kar>ipy;':.Rcp3-0gca'&:cL;'' %f'injji^" Bin*re  -a       "'".'   *'-:    '���*-. .',.���' '  '���' '" "��,.,-' "  '.'��� ;7a.".   7.y7'7,,7a .77 .."''''."���"jUl'd'   SkOUk'  .. '���"'���'  ���'   '' '.'.- '���,.'  H��';,7..(.;..'.;,-, I  ,'it!:A.N'.((:'.H)o.K  10?I  'Bouafn  ^fTW'-i-';rL):'  i  ............. ,,,..,^������.-. Ml'  ���.-..*��" -v- f^.^,u'i^^'-'^^"^xvnvr^  '" ������"-���" TT���'""���,J   not be used for tho  purpose,  ai  fticy  abound   in   -..ntimouy    and    bismuth-  The btfct me'.f.I (hero i-;  h   that  from  F;kO,"SMPiSy'i^ CoeUi   tl'Alpiio crw,  the  product.  =��2yyyui3ii a/nlajolffv.'find pn'5iVv.��d,Jin3i:vv. ��� uw- i:~-  '7,;..   :-    f--'I- a- - y:aa.ya.iyyaa.-.'a .....  .   ,������,   .;:���   ���..,-���. ���  lyjVyi^iWfertaiaaiyyoiLlk  ��� rrr. "\ ;   ; ''I1-  fcUycpokci^.'..dfjappirova.   'j>   \'".c  $ttitiQ&tQ:h^ >0: :iat'L- ���S'!,eo-.\V.uatio::   o  't'ig-;i;-e.ve'tyt!)iii;--6'ivc^^ r:.cta:   i.'in   Ci-TbOii   cium.J  'gyyj^'iherportlttndy'ca'ncvi "to- Cai;nJ-( i ^'niu-eucn v.itli aviolic acid  .aikllthey:eAipha^ixedaiherrkiytit.udv.  by j." -7i>:no:.eii t.  wailcicg'OutySfy itiiey cabinej;; room   in ji'1. becoming the white 'pigment,   twice  tiy'aoreigu'offic^be^^ sa��'c   weight   as  was  ofitti^oot^ersaiad-beenyaffi       to   tLu ! ��'K original metal.    Acetic acid  could  fcfeoVKv;ffoe''me^ ' i *-'u   'iroducod l here,    as   fhib    region i .    ,    f      ���r .      ori .  n.oi-u.io (.,uc..niuit.   .     ..... ! ,   .     , .   . ,       .       ,1 required after rfovember 30th  ���yTbe deaiiioiios^takein to concede  the", 'O'-'-nus in tns vanetias ol cedars from |  .ft  .-ovkkiy   "  "Th-; ti:-;rc:3 i y v'.icL   white load \t' COi:riis over .!G0.J.  Vvror!:'ia to be roSunied at  the Alice  Uo-'d   in  mine near CrestOn ne."t. week, so   it   is  nil Most /Reliable'' -M  &4  EETacss<^,-^a^r.*M?i*  The lend {rr.p.,rUldi.   shipments will be mado   to  dioxide  and  absorbs! ,hc Hall ^lines'smeltor at Nelson.  Police Magistrate Boultbee of Iloss-  linu has been notified by the Government that bio services will be no longer  :Arjci''ican';'j3kiira';;td astrip of ���������..territoiy J "'hie  i  ich it can best be extracted.  i  White lead is Use pigment   basis   ior'i  10   Iftaiues   ihawidch .'Iromi American  waick and extehding from the head of! .'dl S��od ?a-�� ^.    The marke  of  Tho'American  !":.   fl  '.'���.a ",1  .C'.''  '!',  ���i   y y.'���';"'.? -'   a/i.y; f!l-y'-^aVi'V; LV  ���   -   :.' :.-' ;.- . ki -a'V, <\  '   '. 'Uk S'3 i' .   >'.';.  ;,ad:iiit dtiia.-'. t^:^i;��su  GA y''IT.A.'L.'y!a ut..iio.ri<:C'P  '�����* e.'-v.'*n>y'jTS,^>','  k-y i;41 ?. Vi V'3 <.'- s  v^^'- ..:ongti;-.iue . ...... ._...,,.. _  ..;i,.h:ad'5trys,7i;ji')n7l;0;ir'co7it(-T\ti-ki th >i ,l  ^ ! t hy. kitrjp,, should :'o'.y nieh'sup.''  :-i I ','������: '.*������ .-���. ;k ..'���'"���       7   .;   '���;.'.': a'.;; .   -  ! head.5"of theii..esttJitries Or   hayii;  ���>-, tiv: older r. country  r3  :  rure,  crets   the more;  I/orUahd5 "'piy.rM:Vto "I-I-lst- niieridian  'n.,; a ,,,or;....y-,v k '.' .--.. ! :\i.'r,i is -it-'cd.     V. house miu-t bo paint-  i . ".cry few   yoa-s,  new - or  old,   aud  ;-, ni i 'hey mnst have the while bad in order  l..:-a.-i.:rif liip;. p^turfi'les Or   !kivik   .vh:1..  j'lho .?j.ui;i(H:u.!.'<' argued that   lb^    moa-.- j  '-������?,  {.Paid;  Ui'V.  v.yyayu,R:v>  :   .';s2.��}36;:u'?  ���.o'.-inct'siri    should." hr  vyaler ofitiio .ocoan. ���",-���'  from   l'"k)   r.i  rh'ecri'ait'i'o! .J  iiy-l'r'k1 tfiid  .'ueu  k'-M:  ..Kiyi) oa'PicMy yoE-G^'/o;;; pKilA|iy.  Tali ".it- kUriH'' pr,-�� ,'  i'V. Ii- WlLKylErV       ,       _,... T. ,.. .   ,,ir  y y,"kk7-,v: " i- '-?yy ' 7: -r- .��� . . . ayr' vi<-yi-n'.-^k t hn? '"Iivspectotv,  'i.. fl n y\y;kyiaiiu7(;t7n7'M7iaagery ���i.v-<..' - -ya..   kv'k    . a.. . ���-y .  ��� - ���,  :n:-kf li-^nv^W'Ti^" R'^y-k? a'''-' A fiQacr^l! .aulau^bu-i-  Ui.UiSV &��tLlf\jl\    SULA/il-^*'-*J' :..,,a���a,v-,'k,;-.y.ff.o.  ..v:-<;-'trtinsacte<.  HAVliNiy; n^A (:TjIE>lT---In.tere  '"' "'       '   Si'  aiUivikki on d'yyyti!- ���     ... ���' y  Drlii's solJ, .a;:aiik^l7; ly all,/ p.lris [:ei:J.h.v^:[' - li nitcd states   arid;  .Enropuy  yoeciai a LyjiUou. gi Van '.<;<���>'' tolie'chon'F.'   ,'.v   ',y ..������.. ,.>7". ���.'  7    - ' k ��� '.-- ' ���   .7-'   ���', .      v n p. .-> r-v * k    -fl '^ 'V '���-- ^- ,-"v o f  ���".���-:'���������,.���     .,.���'-!'.'-,: '-v'.'-t.' nt.'iviAh.N>c^,...w>aM��by*/./';i.;  ;7*ST..  si'",  ','" <J '���  <�� ��� ���  'fJ:  'Poj^fcau*  ���'���:  ' iv   mp-  y'. Iii BTOXE'Ruiidrag. ..  Ope.n'Wed'ae'sda'ys ,  ,(;:;;y and Saturday  ii *ji'i!:e tiie paint.  So'.kany has a tine opening for a  \..'.\: lead :.:.��ii(ii".'.ei'jry, and it is a  .'" prediction to sa^ that Use city is  .  nid to have- t'sse .-->uncr or later."  ,;. >". iv(.'ilii*r   .. m  ii'.-ir.  k I".   '.Okiiiy.   i-:c chief   ef    '''jIiil!   fl  iHikiii.t;. a-.d ."mo ot ihe: or.'  Cresceus has broken the world's trotting record for a mile, going the distance in 1:595, boating the previous  record held .by Lou Dillon and Major  Dehnar by a quarter of a second.  The Wakefield concentrator in the  Sic can is turning out, (wo pioduci?, a  fine lead concentra  lead and fromol(J0 to  ���and a s.inc concentrate.', do per cent  r.i tic and about 70 o>:s. ailver to the ton;  There are 100 tons o; zinc concentrates  on the wharf ready for shipment. The  management is holding it for better  terms cf treatment, but. tin lead prc-  s of the i duct goes forward to the local   smelter  Asked.  ��� iiid.  Crow's ISrest Coal...  .$400.00  JP3C0.0O  St. Eugene   40  43  North Star   .o       13  11.  Sulliv-in.   0M-  54  C.j-1. Cold Fields.   .'  ;yv  4.5  Golconu.i   19  18  War Eagle   . '     15  '    13  Payne   18  Ki  American Boy   0  4  Alberta Coal Co :  n         3.50  ���  East C; N. Coal..   .  75  ,        ���  St.. Eugene Mountain  10  ���  Can, CiUt Coal Ltd.  3.50  ���  LOCAL  NEWS.  iViv-yis townsite, was here  the  /irst   of j as fast'as produced.  th'. wpek locking  after  his   in teres'..���:���.    ii is rcliablv .-Isiied lliar.  the   litigation c^uirii Service. ^  ,\vr   tlio   nr.vr.site.   which  ha; been |    rKSBYT.^IAX-Serviee _ will    be  ixiiiiine for nearly six years, is   practi-1 h^1 in lhc hal1 afc 7 :3�� P-   m-    T��Pic :  ' \V  a fi, SroNK. Prop.  i.'Iy settled,  MATTERS POLITICAL.  I "What can lie do?  Lund.iy School at 3 p. in.  All are welcome.  Key. E. C. W. MacOoll, Pacto.%  ^-^ri-iusxrzrt-vTM-xrrt^.-evi^^'^-rzizr  A.   Macdonah;   of   Eossland   has 1.  *?*%>.       ' ' " ' .   "#"1 U-, -'^ W't  v*.   '"Ci:. oelected r.o leac  ya.'ii  v*.   hci:. oelected r.o leader of   tlie   Liberal |  ,ai\i Cl���      7< . . . ' 1  . ;..    QR'A2fB.EO.'OK-,. B...0, . '  kftE- INSITEAmyOE":.'AGBN.TS'r  '   : -kyCUSTOMH P'KOKEU-   - .   y '  ' Before  ill. all  ,.^.'t  lV��i"  llr.n iVKutl XUreugU Hiri Haut:.  While opening a bo;:, ���J.   C.   Mount  of Three Mils Bay,   2T.  Y.,  ran a  ten  .penny  nail' through .the  flesliv  part  :    The Nelson Liberal A=5cc:ation baa | ofl)ja ^^    -i lb*ought at once of all  ���decided to place  a   Liberal  ctud.datojlh     du al.d wrMes3 thjs ,V0.Jfi 0aU��e  ! in the field ?n c.cc   the   Kelson  con-1  ��� stite.eiK'y be ok  Mrs. .Edward Lee is���visiting in Kiru.'  berley.  Ed Lawlor returned from the. hospital Mondaj'.  Tom Cameron has returned from  his trip to the Slocan.'  Mrs. Nugent left for Kiro,berley  yesterday.  Mr, and Mrs. Frith are spending a  few days in Cranbrook.  /'Baths only 35 cent at Stone's barber  shop.  ���Mrs. F. H. Pearson of Jafl'oiy is in  Moyie visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W.  R. Stouo. .  , O.  J. Johnson   transacted business  in'Fort Steele this week. ���  Hugh Cameron aud sister spent  Sumlav in Cranbrook.  Chas. Liveoley was down from. Kim-'  berley the (irst of the week.  J. Fi. Carter, district passenger agenl-  for theCPyR., Viras in town Wednesday.'  Mra.'F. J. ifcMahori and baby arc-,  spending a few days ih Cranbrook and'  Kimberley.  Ed Murphy, son of-S. \V. Murphy,"  has returned to his home in North  Powder, Oregon.  It is reported that a social dance  will be given in the hall nert Friday  evening.  A King'y birthday, ball \fill be  given' '  ,  r^ .'   { [ "j ilie Alexandria  hp'tel  in .Morrissey  120 ounces* ailfer l Minw Qil ^01^^. November 9th .  llov, J. C. Lierdmau, superintendent,  of Pteisbytorian Home Missions for  British Columbia and tho North Wt-ist  terntariers, was in tov/n this w^eek.  R. E. Savage lost his damage   action?  against Messrs.   Geary   &   Doyle and  Harry Fui. field; the Cranbrook liverymen, which came up for trial at Nelson  this week.  Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McMahou have  gone to,Seattle to spend the winter.  Mr. and Mrs. McMahon have endeared,  themselves to the peopls of Moyie and  will be greatly missed.  Mrs. Kate. Simpsod Hayes, representing the Winnipeg Free Press, was.  in town this week securing data for a.  booklet on the resources of tli'e, Born-J.  dary and the Kootenays rbich will bo  isGued this winter.   -              - -��  . TO WJUOM IX MAY CON'JJEKJT,  Insuring  rtiier-"1*5**0    |  ���west-Katosi.perfect. Roteciionv;  Compare Our Elates.  pyoi. Vaxit 'anything,'; ."^tylisb. .anrt.ileat go %o-  4  P   11  '.t'S'.  "" . '     "'       ", "    "' "ie/' be eaya,  "'and   iramediatoly  ap- \    If you intend   purchasbj propertv.  ripj'ii'l   In'   rotiao'-t      0'     ��'1V iv- 11    1 ' - ���  ���y " "   - ���-'    ~    '  ���" ' i plied    Chamberlain's Pain  .Ualm   v.nd i ju M0yis don't wait  until   the  rninec  The recount of   the   ealiots   of   the  lIljSOc  O3  ���o.  occasionally afterwards.    T-j u;y  ttur-  pnse it removed al! pair,  and   aor^ueas  ;' Feruio electoial district did not   take   and     tho    injured   parts   were   soon  jp'laccin Nebon loofrMpuday,   on,, ae- healed."....For sale, by all druggists,  ! count of the ballot   boxeo  not '-having ���������~~.���~;-'...".''.������ '��  arrived' from    Victoria,    where -they, ���   ,      ^OTlcii.     . ,;< 'a,...    .-.���  were smt.   Tho   recount..is: now  Qet!..   In the matter of un  application  for  IA  W*T  ^n-j iMj iiU"  > a,'^-.-  ^ leading' "Ladies and GeiitH;mrjti'isw.erW'   ���  ''��yv��^��-^*V'^T'~��fi*',1v'irr*v^  ^~   '  .��� ."'���  '       ���"   7        "'         '��� ' y^t..r-~^^^f^r^r:r^r.\f^l  .fJ-;��-; ."'..', ' ���, ^~r . [i r'-'i  e.onisei'lio.i  ������ .oisyA'lwiiirJa:. KUIkk  !!    Luri'e   riunnli)   kiom   in  ',������.'���'������ a        ... a ]-',,. 7  ^-y    with ho.Lits'J for coiniiKivciiu nj,'.:n,rt J-'1- ���������'  of aCwOiiHiiOtlations.  '-'''e^s hvi' Commcftijiai and "fviiiisru  l4\  >*;y  Lvt !  m  Tuslatesikthing w  y  .Bootsiaftd.Sho  "��������� vlfats and Gap  fir oce.rles,  l for ne.:t Monday; October 20th,-  "Arci.t Khi'Aiiung: a SrECi/.',t.'i,v.  ���3��i  a duplicate of Cerctiflato , of Title to  Lote 11 p.nci-15, Block 1. Lots 14 and  15, Block 9; Lois 3, 4, 10, aud-J^  Block 10; and Lots 0 and; 10, Block  12, Tov7n of Moyie (Map 0-1-?")'. 'y ' '  '? Notice ia hereby given that it is my  intention to-isstfo ;U the eipnytion'.-of  I one' niouth fiom the' first p.ublisatzon  thereof a..ilupl"iCi*,tc..'Of -the Certificate  ���. of Tit In !o t'fe   above, mentioued  land;  open up, .but ..buy now. See D, J-.  Elmer. He has Jots for sale iu al!<  parts of town.   Aliio 3to.rcs, houses and  stables for. rent.   ;      '.-.   ..'. y ... .... y_ ?  .STOF-'AT THE  iOPOJMf?  Vic-  &"il!EJA  bi;n in  P/iQiV'  toUactern fit'  /tflflw  #. F,' TATE,  :H. P. MacLeod.-  ;      ������'..','..      ...     District Registrar.  Land llegist; v Office, Nelcon, B. C, ��� .  2nd Octobe'f 1003.  QMKMJtEMo^  ti*i��  JBWSLfii:;1. CEAE.BSO.OKyB.  C.  Yvkitcli fmipeotor for  tin  T?-. C'row n.Ncst Oivision,  v . , ���. , ,   , ,     ..'.,,    n -p , g'URSCTJRE EOF,   TH.M   LF-AT^il  Official Watcli fnupector for   the 0. P ��� J  J. Ii. 'U-GyikyS, .���.'ro;;--. ;  Qcoci roomc, gcot1.  tab^ea and-bar.  and first class samp'ls rooms.  "MVfk  ,' ,M*i|| ^JjJ .rt��l'.^��-.i| ',-.{-��\iv.  dV  9RF.Q ll I  .'���("  --f','  j;  ; '  ' l-  1 1  ''I i-^'a\  J'.'.'-''s-  7,'f'  c r  J.'"  ,   ii  .11.  h .1,  v  i-;  i:  UNDERWEAR FOR NORTHWEST WINTERS.  Stanfie'd's is ihe underwear for Northwest wear. Special  w- ittlit���specially wovsn-io keep you "warm as toast," no matter lioiv low tlio mercury drops.  Stanfield's Unshrinkable Uiiderweai  comes in all sizes to fit e-.ory figure���largo and small���thin and  su.ut. And every "Slanfield" tfarmeut is guaranteed absolutely unshrinkable.  Good   Dealers   Everywhere  Sell   "Stanf��e!d'g.  aasmamaaaa  MEASURING   OF   THOUGHT.  Xow another wise Inventor ambles gayJy  to tho center,   and  iho sage expert-j  menter  tells   us   proudly   what   he's  '':". spa.'- went lu^t in an en'ing-  Jioi.se and partook of a light bicak-  fnM, and then ii, went lo ids' 'o.'l'.ce,  wheir-hc foi'nd among .some old files,  a letter wiimn h\ the hand of  riiri^tine Si (lai'--a moie busiiv-r's  ints-he, dii tat.-ii by Madame K:t-  cli.-l.    With   ih s   lener he  retired     to  ' ihopriintp ( losi t and sh"t, himself  "in. and tlvri- uppind himself to the  work of wiping a lciti-r in iniiin'lhm  of the model i.e had selected, a model  not. of siilntanie or style, but only of  chii-ogrnp'iy. He wioie two pages  and dosif o.\i'd them bill I he third  (���Hurt   pjenj-cd   him   bitter.     Tlii<=    las-f  ��� in- folded, and placed it in a,' small  whir*- eJivelo/)e and upon the enw-  iope lie wrote  the name���  PAUL  WAYBUOOKT.  ���wrote it in ihe same fine, delicate  hand which lie hail Iwn copying.  Tin's he put into a .second emelopo,  and liming sccui u J ji in his pocket-  book, he nturned 10 iii0 ono-r oiliio.  Shortly nflerwanl the attorney who  had taken the chit'/ direction of Hnl-  fo'rd'.s affairs came in, and Caspar  went out, us lie said, upon a matter  of mdi\ idiial   business.  lie   took  a   car for   Uoxbu'ry,     and  went     (iiiectly     and   boldly     to     the  '   lh-ooksiide     Cottage,   and  "asked      to  see Miss  CJir is tine J.om    admitted  linn to the diawing-room, and'   (ailed  1km- mistress.  Chrisi imv �� hen site knew who had  '���ailed to see her. sought to conceal  her repugnance, ihough it was with  anefioK, so great as to |,e entirely  esidentto the Msitor. His presence  made her shudder. .She had heen thus  impressed the first time she saw him.  and at each'subsequent meeting 'the  impression had deepened " and  strengthened,  - Caspar    Hugo      was     gifted     with  strong powers  of penct'ration,  and he  was not' slow   to  perceive     that,    his  presence    was      distasteful     to     1 lie  maiden; but  he     made   no   sign,     nor  did tho ..discovery serve   to  lessen   his  admiration 'of her surpassing heatny.  In fact,   hej' distaste rather served  to  intensify    his   put pos-e     of   possessing  her.    At   first.     there     had    been     a  slight  shadow   of  justice  testing   upon, and giving color to, his plan    of  union with  Christine.    He  would thus  share with her  the property  of which  he had  deprPed    her bv  the  destruction of the will.  On   the   present    occasion,     Caspar  "��� greeted   the  lady    verv  deferentially,  and ha.\ing inciuire'd   alter  her health  hemiormed her  that  he  would   make  his   business    .'known    in   as   brief    a  manner as possible.    He stated    that  _   h-e had a thorough knowledge1 of   Mr.  Halford's business matters,  and that  as   he    proposed    to  enter  into     the  practice of Jaw  on  his  own    account,  he should   he peculiarly qualified,     as  well as  extremely  happy,   to     render  her, any   assistance    that  she     might  require at   his     hands.    Jn   short,'   if  .she proposed   to   take  any  steps'  town i d resist in- the  administration    of  the estate  jn  fat m-  ,������   the     claimant  from J\ow  Oilcans,   she  might  depend  ujjon lnm  to  assist, lier  to   tho     best  of his   ability.  Christine was not what we usually  'denominate worldly wise. She was  impulsively truthful, and had 'never  learned to conceal, that which he-  loused to the right. Her answer was  prompt and  to   (he point:  "I   shall  not require   jour services  fir." '  "Excuse me, madam. If I might  ���bo so bold, suffer me to achi^e you. 1  Uiink there is much to be gamed by  well-dii ootid efforts on \our nan.." "  Christine made a movement of impatience., hm the vi-nor continued,  Ul(-h an appearance of deepest  fi iendly interest'  "Pardon me, lady. T would not  ha\e ventuied upon this business had  1 not beluned th.it it Was in the  li'-art of \our fosLei-mother to make  you her heir. I'o you rot owc it to  lu-r to take some steps in the mallei'."  Notwithstanding the man's extreme fi i.'iidhness of speech, theie  was a gleaming of his <-\ il e.\ cs which  caused die maiden to shiink and  shudder   inoie  and   moie.  "I thank you, sir," t],e said, arising as she spoke, "for your kind offer in  iu\   1 eh,ilf   but, l  shall  not    i e-  son, and iliat the latter Had ten Hie  house, the servant confidently believed   ne\cr   to come  back.  Alter this, Caspar lost no time in  letuming to Die (ity; and an hour's  "���Parch among the hotel runners gave  I im to know the whereabouts of Paul  'Way brook, and n'so furnished him  with reliable informal ion concerning  Paul's  Ih >n  present condition.  The )o\o!'" would not icntiu'e to the  Hreoksu'e that r evening at all  6*. (ills.  At liis office, ju'-'t as t lie, day was  ,(l').-i>!g, Caspar wrote another note,  tin-; mine taking for a model of c'hir-  ography a brief mi.s>ive in ihe hand '  of I'm,I Wiij brook. He closed, the  tank with a glow of exultation upon  his sinis'ter face���.-.iui;,!er now with  the deep plotting* (hat left their impress there���and ll-.en arose and bent  his    slops toward     his, ' cha.nuers,  where he found his  father in  waiting.  "Ah.   my   boy.  you  sjoein  satisfied."  "Sati.-lied   if  you   can   help 'me,   old  felloW. Jlo       you    feel    strong   to  night?"  ' Xever stronger,   my son."  "Then  prepare for  wotk.     ,You  will  want   a  disguise of the deepest kind.''  "Where  are you going?"  ���  "To   the  BrookMdei'  "Ma'  W ha' 's up  '"W'nir   until   i   wet  my  whistle,   and  (.'et  the brandy!  old  Portune fav-1  you shall   heaJ  fellow, and mi\,it hot  ors us!"  '    CHAPTER  XVL  All (lip evening Christine had been  looking for Paul. . During the day  she had learned from Lora that her  lover h.\d had trouble with his father, and h.nl left the paternal roof,  f.oia hid rrtt'iied her information  from John Howney, who had ob-  tain-d it from 'one of the Klmside  t-orvai.t-. Our       heioine   had   been  s-hooling herself to meet the emergency, but she had rie-irod to see  Paul luefot'e open rupture took place.  She had coiuimcd herself ih.it it was  her duty to .release him nom the engagement, to her. She deemed that  she should make the release po>iemp-  tory��� that she should demand it.  She would not come in between parent and child, llt-v own life-long orphanage had led her ,to reverence tho  sacred lies.of paterniiy. She, did not  feel that Mr. Yv'a.vhrook had done  liglnly or just U . i)U( p,o was py.s-c>s-  ed ol authority, and he hud cbofcen  to exercise it.  ( hristme hoj.ed J'aul would come.  She would tr\ and make his burden  lighter by re^toiing him to-his home.  She knew u if well that her own  hC'i-t nuist. break under the ordeal,  bi.t it was Jt,'r jiart to sutler. The  cnlamitv which .had occasioned the  trouble should be hers alone. it belonged to her, and she would endure  it.  Cotild tin re have been lurking in  her heart a socio! hope that Vrutl  woul I not sudor himself lo be turned  from her, that even her entreaties  would fail to shake him it such a  hope theie was, she did not know; it.  She did not, realize that the Very  strength which enabled her to plan  :o so-bei-ly for separation, came ol an  inward, hidden consciousness, hoi n of  hir great line, and her great f.ulh  iu Paul, that he would ne\ er break  the solemn  voir,  Chris! ine's meditation^ wrre broken  in upon by a shaip click in the corner, as a tiny tluji- ubo\,e the lace of  the old 'lock  ilcw  open.     Site looked  I  U!>,  oid   saw   the   little   wooden  c in ���  (pure \ our s' r: i< e--.  "Pei ha| s     \ on  ull'i-ad;.    eiit;aL'ed'J'  "I haT, c li lends,  rii'ia lified l (i mil  h.ne  legal   eouii^el  .  sir,  who  are bet cer  for mo in that  matter than I am to judge for m\seif."  'And \un ha\e [.laced He wiioie  iii'ttter  in   iheu   baud.'-,   I   K"ppii'e''"  "I'li'.v   will   iot   as   i iie.v    think   juu-  I er   and   biSt ."  As Ciiri-tine thus spoke, she pleiu-  1\ indii-ated by I er ninnnei tlnil l hti  liilei'\iew had lasted long enough,  .mil her -\isiloi, with renewed ];ro-  teslatmiiS of fi iendship ami jj, oilers  of tissisianco, bowed himself out  "I lii.\�� e.ii'iod a point theio'"  muttered Caspar to himsel!, as he  lift the coltage. "A num-mont is to  be made in her b"half' Well s, e if  ii   cannot   bo nipped  in  tin-  bud'  '  I To took KlhT-iilc Hal! in hi- way  i'ii his lotui'u, fe.-lniii s.ire that the  Hon. .Mr. Waynrook would  homo, and yet he imputed  gentleman of the s<r\aut  sucred Jus sunnnons  <-d that Mr. \\'a.\ broo!  1- quired for the son.  was also  absent  I Ie   wus   \ pry   sorry  portant   iiitellieoueo   to   c oinniuni'-a t g  loiiihing   tho   I.rook^ido   mat lei      I'p-  "ii heating i Ii i��    tie  ���-eivunt w;ts ea,��--  rr   and    inipn^i! i >. o.    and    m    Ihe      cm  Caspar   gamed   all  desired,       without   givati.y    slreichiog  i he   truth   in   his .'< fainter  eommiin ica-  not bo a t  for that  who     ,tn-  \\ hep ii fdrni-  was absent. he  I'.ut   ]\Ir   P;iul  He  hs  id  im-  koo swing out. and she counted the  Jlute-like chimes whicli told that it  was ten o'clock. Surely Paul would  not   come iiftir that hour.  Sho arose, and went to the window  and looked out These was no moon,  and most of the stars were 1,-dde i beneath a vail of clouds. She was in  tho act of turning from the v.yidc w,  when she was startled by a rap upon'  the outer door. Had the summons  been by the usual medium of the bell,  she would have wailed for a servant  to answer it, but this rap was significant. She thought of Paul, ami  without further thought, she went to  the door and opened it. P.y the  glimmer of the ball lamp, she saw a  boy standing upon the piazza. She  could not distinguish hit. features,  because, either by design or accident,  ho shrank away from the direct light!  "f want to see Miss St. Chu'r," he  said.  "I   am   iUiss   St.   Clair."  "Then   l'\e      got  a letter for  you,  and   I'll  wait for nn answer."  The boy was very modest in his  speech,  and   exceedingly defeienli.il.  ''Who is it from?" asked Christine,  as she reached out her hand to take  it  "from a young gentleman, ma'am,  who said 1 was In wait for an answer, lie is out by the hedge bo\ ond  tho.  lawn."  Chiisiine asked Ihe lad if he would  come into the hull while she icul th"  note bill I.e jirofi j-i-ed not He would  ml hi r si a nd whoi c lie Was. He liki d  f I.C   fi esh   air.  Without further romerlf, the maiden ictired to the dm whirr-room,  wnore,  oeneath  m�� mantel lamp,    sho  opened   tho  missive,   and   read  us  follows  "J'car ("luistine: Poiiiaps you  have heard ihaf my father has turned me from bis doors, but know that  'e Inns no power to tm n my heart  from you. I will be ti no to the ond.  Y't.fiom cii-cum'-taiices winch lean-  no! e;. plain, I (iinnot (ome to your  'ottaee (o-night. tint you can coinn  io me, lust for one brief minute I  muslk'-'ficc you���I hnvp an important  matler to communicate. The boy  who  brings this  will  lead you' to  mti.  honest fellow, and devoted to ma. 1  shall wait for you. But, perhaps, 1  ought to explain, for your understanding, that t am under a solemn  pledge to my father, that I will not  visit the Brookside Cottage for two  days. But that will not pijjyent.you  fi oia coming to  PAUL."  The thought that this might not bo  Paul's handwriting never presented  itself to Christ ine's-mind. The fact  that 'Paul had written and was  win ting for her, slid accepted at ihd  (jiftsot. And jet the substanco of (ho  note troubled her. Jt did not sound  like Paul. A.s she had known him ho  would not seek thus by subterfuge to  break faith with his father. She felt  tliat Tt was her duty, to chide him for  this.  She thought of Paul ns'an outcast  for hei- sake, and sho could not re-  fieo to go io him. She got her hat  | and mantle, and went softly out up-  j on (he piazza. She found the boy in  wailing, and 0 told huu that Sho  would - follow him; but befoie sho  ���stepped (from tho puuv.a she asked  him if he know who had entrusted,  him w i ih  the lot ten.  "Yes,   ma'am,"  ho  said.     "It   was  Mr.  Paul AV.iybroolv."  "And   what is your  name?"  "Sammy     Chadwick.       My mother  was  Mr.   Paul's   nurse   when   he    had  the fever." r ��  Christ ino      had   never  heard     Paul  speak  of IWrs.  Chadwick,  nor did she  remember anything of,,his  fever;   but'  she  did   not  doubt  the   boy;   and she  told him to load on.  ��� it was dark when they got away j  from (he house; Christine kept closo  upon the heels of her guide. They |  gained tlio hedge of arbor-vitne, and i  passed through the' opening to tho'  farther side, which was next to the ;  highway. Hero the boy stopped and !  looked around  "t left him hero," he said. "Ah !  there ho comes!" and he pointed toward   tlio road.  And , toward the rond Christ ino  turned and looked, while from out  tho shadow of the hedge, directly behind her, leaped two men, one of  whom threw a thick robe over lier  head,, while tho other took her in  his arms and bore lier away. The  man who had thrown the robe next  turned to tho boy and gate him a  second  letter. '   "  "Take   this-,1 Dick,   nnd  Irave  it   on  the   table,   if you   can.      If  you   can't  reach     tho     table,    do   the  next  best  thing.     t,Yon  know  what  is  wanted."  The    boy   took   the   letter  and    departed,   while   tho, man   rejoined    his  companion just   in  time  to  assist   in  luting   tho    girl   into   a   hack     which  had   boon   drawn   up   upon   tho   roadside.       The   .stouter  of   tho  two   men'  entered   with   her,   and   the  other   im-'  mediately followed.        She struggled  with  all   her niig-ht--nnd  hor strength'  was  considerable���but   it  was    of "no  -avail   against   the   power   of  the    two  strong   men  .who   held   her,   one      of  whom sat, upon   the S'\il by he" side,  holding- her head and shoulders, while  the other sat before hor  rendering ft  impossible  for  hoi-  to  nunc    even    a  food.     The  door   w'as shut  tight,  and  tho  driver  mounted   to   his   box    and  drove away.  At length the man who sat hv her  side, said:  "I'm going fa remove mv hand  from your mouth and let you  breathe, but if you make the least  hit of noise I'll smother yon worse  than you are smothered now." i  Christine was- sorel.y'frightened, but'  sho was uot doprned of sense. She  had control our her reason surficient I  to show her that forcible' resistance  on her part could do lier no good.  A'Jtii'ist tho two strong men sho  could do nothing, and the instinctive  conclusion in her logical mind was  that the men who could inaugurate  such an outrage would not stop at  crinio lo insure success. So she did  not. cry on I, though she tri�� d to in\>  herself from -the painful grasp of her  tormentors.  Tho hand was rennned from over  hor mouth, but the cmermg was not  thrown from her head. She showed  by lur struggling that sho sought to  n-nuno the suffocating hood, and her  companion  understood  her.  "My and In," said he, "when wo  .'lii'-u the pavements, I'll take off  the lobe, bnl, mind, if you make a  piirtnl" of noise, I'll make it, worse  for you   than   \ou've  found   it  yet."  menter  B"t���  Bays he's figured out a treasii.-o for one  profit   and   ,our   pleasure;   that   he's  fixed a fjcale 'to measure every tluc-  tuaiini; thought.  Crins alons your gTpat Invention; wo will  give it duo attention, and a list of  thoughts we'll mention that It may,  be turiied upon.  ���Will it bound our meditation and our  strident cogitation when we get tho  infoi ination that the servant girl has  gone?  Can it catch our rapid thinking: when our  heart is swiftly sinking, and wo won;  tier if our winking at ihe soda water  man  Will apprise him that we're thirsty, that  the midnight laws we've cursed; iie  may ziot tumble right at first; h��  knows we cannot rush the can.  Does It show in feet and Inches all a fellow's mental flinches when a corn or  bunion pinches and he's calling on  his girl?  Will it record all the pitches of the lady  whose blond switch is coming off and  showing which Is artifice and which  true curl? '  And can it compute our curses and tha  wrath which us Immerses when we  struggle with our versos in the effort  for a rhyme,  Or will it do as it ought to, count- our  wonders when the auto zips upon us  with its motto, "Let Us Help All  Wen to Climb?" I  John J . Meyers, �� wealthy luinlwr-  iiiiin of Tennessee, returned after 1!8  % cars' absence to his native place,  Darlington. Indiana. He was rocog-  nizgd us the man who had killed u  neighbor 2rf years before uiui was  promptly arrested, charged with the  offence,   and   lodged   in   jail.  A double-headed snake has heen dis-  co'.ered   at   Half   ."Moon   Bay.   Calii'or-  ?/������>���    M. r,,u  cwnv,  '���>'   ns   it  can   f0I tt  o- inches Jong.,  ha,'.,,  ill us  ed,  it  ,.  ;r-;  fill-  ''"Jill  A fairly bti��.|; Tr  and they f,.u.h i(I|  to $2o. accotding  and rarity, Aim'ti  only persons y.ho  they arc bought  and   by   museum  \ANY HELPL  Who   Could   Mow   be  Known of Br a Chasers F^ejpve Food,  if  Off  Si  it will do this and does it, fetch it  hltherward and buzz it, what a lot  of fuss and fuzz it will create if it  can roh  a chart that shows tho heated  thoughts which ever aro repeated  when we run across receipted bills  for our last winter's coal.  < ���Chicago Trlbuna.  A��   SaK-JPoatciI.  ,"My dear Miss Daisy," said Oldbeau,  "I���er���can't find words to express my  ���lqve for you."  "That being' tho case," rejoined the  she end of the parlor scene, "I'd advise  you to turn the job over to one of the  express compaiiies."--CinciunatI Enquirer.   ,  . Wo do not claim that every one'  who is paralyzed can be cured by  using Br, Chase's Nerve Food, for  many are beyond the reach of any  medical treatment and must finish  their days in helplessness unci suffering.  Jt is rather to those who are only  partially paralyzed and to those who  are slowly but surely developing the  symptoms which indicate tho approach of such ailments that wo  would suggest the advisability, of  using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, the  great food euro for diseases of tho  nerves.  When you find yourself lying awake  nights, suffer from indigestion and  headache, feel drowsy after meals  and losing energy, ambition and  courage, it is time to pay attention,  to the nerves.' You may find yourself irritable at times, worried over  little . things, unable to concentrate  the mind, forgetful and absentiniiid-  cd. disheartened nnd discouraged.  Better, give some attention to the  nerve's.       , '   ,  Dr.   Clmse's   Nerve   Food   cures   and  prevents   paralysis      and      locomotor  ataxia.    It   does   not  en so  Lv  ing     unconsciousness   iUni   .'   J''"llJC',  -sleep.       It     doen     not     ,|(. J;;,11'!'"  "e!;Vl'3..U?, " .?lJhai'*   !��"l   "��.i��tS  But,  on the other hand,  t,v Vw ..  nature    and    supplying   Ule \^���i  from     wnich   me   formed   m-  and  nerve force,  effects tli,>u  new  lasting  cure  and   is   bound  all  who use it.  Seldom,  if  ever,   has  il!lV  io I.  '"lUj  "owl  '-Kh ty  "vr.tSt  secured   such   hearty   omloi;,,'!!!^';  physicians     and      people   fl|,���."   T  cures    which   it   has   hi might" ,i  have  often  boon   most o\t!.1I1.,]1,1!n,.',t|  and  anyone    who    regul,u iv ���',_,, '"-'  (lira  sistontly   uses   this   g.eat'  f0l,(|  is   sure    to     find     it  of  inc..,.,,.,..,,  value     as  a    nerve    n��.t.),atMo'  ,,',  blood  builder. M  My noting your inned,.,. >, rt .  while using Dr. Chnsr's n,..,,,. j."'  you can prove that ��� ii,.\v ,",,���, ^  and muscular tissue an> beu^ (uij���j  to the body. , f.O cents s. bJx '  bpxes for $-_>.f,0, at all d-al^s 0.  Kdmanson, Bates &. Company, '',ar'.  onto. To piotcct you ng.imsl i,,,.  tat ions the portrait and shtimtiinol  Ih'.1 A. W. Chase, tho famous rcccpt  book  author,   are  on  eyevy  bin  ���WEU AND STRONG  AFTER ELEVEN YEARS OF GREAT  SUFFERING.  'A Wondeiful Ti Unite to the Power or Dr.  Williams' 1'luk J'llls to Cure  ��(ulibom Disease.  Proof   upon   proof  thai     Di       Williams'  o  cure     when   doctors.  has accumulated  Pink Pills will  hospital     treat  ment     .mi]    nil   other   medicines    fail  Paroly zi-i   limbs   !m\e   been   restored  ,io strength,   iheumntic sufferers made  well    weak,   anaemic girls and  women  (mad)'  bi-'ghl.   active  and strong:   neU-,  ralgic   pains   banished   .-ind   the   poor  yl.\s[ optic given A  new digestion when  '_ it seemed  alino.st, hopeless to' expect a  jcure.    Here   is   aQ bit   of  strong   proof  that   Di.   Williams'   Pink   I'd Is   bring  health   utuf  strength    after   years     of  suffering.    .Mr.. Louis   Brien   is   a   we'll  known   resident   of   f-;t.   Bidace,   Que,  .'ind   tells  of  his .\ears   of suffering  as  follows       "F.leven   .wars   ago,    while!  'work nm   in   the  bush.   I   strained   my-  seh  nnd  brought  on   terrible  pains in  ! my    stomach    and   back,     where     the  j trouble    seemed   lo   locate.    ]   had frequent   ids   of  vomiting,   which   caused  ( much '   distress.       Sometimes   T  could  Iwoilt,   anil   then  age. in   for  months  at  a. time   I   would   be   wholly   unable   to  do   anything:   but  even   nt   I he   lime   I  could   wotk   f   was  alums     .suffering.  At    ddfeient  times    i   v, as  treated   by  .three  dor! oi s.   but   they  were    unable  jfo   help   me.       Then   I   went   to   :Uonl-  ���;i>'al  and  put  myself under the care of  j ,-'   docini-   there.      His  medicine relieved   me   while   I   was   inactive,   but  a.s  noon as  I  attempted  oi      any     kind      the  v oi' e   than   before,  j w as grow ing   weaker  1 i'i sist      i he    inroads  'i'hen  Dr.    Williams'  I brought   to  my   notice,   and     r   began  to  use  them.       From' that time  I   bo-  j(g;in   to   regain  my he-ailh  and  by  the  v Th�� Nihility of Llfa.  Thera Is no action so slight nor so  mean but It may b�� done  to a groat  purpose,   and  ennobled   therefor;    noil's   any   purpose  so   great     but     that  slight actions may  help  it,  and mav  be so done to help  it much,  most especially   that  chief  of   all   purposes���  tho  pleasing  of  God.    We   treat   Cod  with     irreverence  by   banishing     him  from   our   thoughts,   not   by   referriiiK  to  his  will  on slight  occasions.    IJ is  is   not   the   infinite  authority   or     intelligence   which  cannot  be , troubled  with  small   things.    There   is   nothing  so small but that wo may  honor Cod  by asking his guidance of  it,  or    insult   him  by   taking, ft into  our  own  hands:  and  what is  true bf the Deity  is equally true of his revelation.     vVe  usu   it  most  reverently     when     most  habitually; ,otir  insolence   is   in     over  acting  without  reference   to   it;     our  true  honoring of  it  is  in  its   universal   application.        God  appoints  ��� io  ovary on�� of his creatures  a separate  mission; and if they  discharge it honorably,   if they  quit  themselves,    like  men,   and   faithfully   follow   tha   light  which  is  in them,  withdrawing   from  it. all  cold  and  quenchless    influence,  there  will   assuredly  come  of  it such  burning ns,  Rccordinjj to its Appointed nioclo and measure,  shall shine be-  foro men, and  be of sorvice, constant  and   holy.    Degrees  infinite   of    lu.Mrc  there must always  b0i   hut t))e  w,.ak.  est  among     us  has  a  gift,     however  seemingly   trivial,   which   is     peculiar  to   him,   nnd   which,   worthily     used  will   be a gift,  also,   to  his   r'aco     foi  over.    Says  George  Herbert:'  For all  may have.  If they dara choose a glorious lif. or  grave.  ���John  Ituskin.  A   hen   at   Holbcacli,    Pag],,,..,]   ,.  said   to  have  laid   an  eg-   Nie.mi..,,'!  j 10   inches   in  circumfei em a (,,.,,,,) ,'tT  "longest   part  and   9     im],,..,    |,', ���J  widest, and weighing OJ nan,...   I  contained   another  pcifet;   ,...,.  When Rheumatism doubfej;  man  Up  j.hysici.tn     mid   ,-i.ir..-,,   t'u  lose   heart   nnd   often   rJcsj.dC'   of ii e.ril  but    here's    the   exteulunl        H        i.',.'  of  Norwood,   Ont..   says      ' i   . ���, ,,llr',|  doubled   up     with      iJic-uiimi,-,.,    i"  three   bottles   of   South   Amu a..., j>,  malic  Cure  iuid   they lu,,-,I mi.    h,",...  quickest acting  mdnua.  1  ,w, hJl," 'fj  It-is said that when Mr ("ad-i,-"  read a book by Mr. Caineeie L-u-j  marked that' lie admit ed :li"t��� r o-ua^.J  of a man, who, without l.!uw,i:>i��hoi  to write, wrote on a Jnih.-it ufiuVgl  he knew nothing.  work or exertion  pains returned  All i his t imp I  and less able to  of the (rouble  Pink    Fills  were  A   LETTER TO  M'lffUT-t.-  Mrs, Jas. K. Hail'-, \\orthinnti*  Ont.. gives permission m |A;I,!.h1-, V  following letter for tl ������ h- ��. in u  other mothers who h;��ve \n.n  dren in their homes She ��cl',  have many reasons to be gi.-.'i  Bab-v's Ow n'Tablets, and to  mend' them to other moilni  littio girl is now about :.  months oid. and, she has i.i!.  Tablets at inler\als since m  two months old. and 1 (.meo  too higlily of them. Sine-  here about a year ago  f",ei\  ���. h:1l  'i-fi.l to!  i.n',',4  Ou.i  ..'Tt'  n    'M  !   s;'im\8  I    -M<4  IIIC. lit .1  .Ml   ll  time   I   had  used  thiiteen  boxes  f was  once   nSore >-a   well    strong   man.    The  proof   of   this     is     that   I -can   do   a.s  i hard   a   day's     work    as   anyone    and  j never ha'vp the slightest symptoms of  the   old     trouble.    I   am   only     sorry  that   J   did    not    know   of    the    pills  j s-oonor���they   would   lime 'saved      nic  nmch  suffering and  money as   well."  With   such   proof as   this,   that   even  . nppaiently      hopeless      cases      can   b>  ruied.       theie    can   be   no   reasonable  , doubt    that    Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills  (will   iestoi-e health  in   .-,11  cases   when  .given   a   .'.in-   trial.       Those   pills    an  jsold   b\    all   medicine   dealers   or    \vil  be   sent   b.\   mail   at  5"c    per   box    oi  si\-  boxes   i',���- >.;o -0  )u   writ ing clirecl  to   the   Dr.   Williams'      Medicine   Co.  j/, I JO   I5K  CONTIA-UED.J .-.'/  -J������ C..1..J.  Aii Odd lioi-M' Case.  A horse boloiigliig to a Missouri man  pot a lumi) on i\< j.iw three years ago.  fls owner had ;t vclerinary surgeon operate on the animal the oilier day, ;,nd  ho took out a hard, smooth sub'-tance  about four inches long and an inch  wide, resembling a while slone. Those  who have examined it s;iy jt js a petrified corncob. The commonly accepted  (henry ;s that (lie horse, while citing,  pot ;i cob caught in its mouth, which  slowly worked its way inlo his jaw  until it lodged just beneath (he si.in.  The animal ii"ver seemed to suffer  froLD il? , rcsence.  Biock'. ille, Out. See that the full  name, "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I'm  Pale People," is- printed On the wrapper  around  every  box.  Xf><   n.   Onme   [.'or   {lie   Fidptcty.  "So yoti'ie learning to play chess,"  said .Maud.  ''Yes,'' answered Mamie.  "The moves must he very difTir-iiH."  "Yes. Bill the worst part isn't tho  mo\ing. It's the keeping still."���Washington Star.  li'iist   him   full'  He is  Gentle   fiemlnder,  Clerk���nore's an order front Smiths*  for (wo quarts of berries, but It <]o��sn"t  say what kind.  Cro'er���Send thorn  billberries.   They  r>we us over KlOn.���Detroit I-'roo Press."  The   Krul   of   Vni>��(ion.  Sho -Mu-'t wo go back lo (own tomorrow V 1 am beginning to like the  place.  I re-So am I. but I find that it's a  y>ry pxi-eusivr. (nstp to cullivate.���New  York  American.  Hear  IMckod tha Cberrl**.  One   day    recently,   Mrs.   Bunist����nU  and her sister,    Miss    Biancho   Cook,  were in the field back of the house ol  their  father,   L.   B.   Cook,   at  Cooks  Lake,    in     the    Township    of    Tinv,  where   tho.y   were engaged   in  picking'  some black berries.    Hoaring a breaking of branches near   them   they    be-  camo     alarmed    and    hurried    home,  whero  they found their young brother,   David   Cook,   and   told   him   that  they     believed    a   boar  was     at   the  cherry trees.    He hurriedly picked up  Ins riflo and started for tho placo indicated bp the girls,  and on arriv ns  near    the  trees,    sure  enough,   there  was   a  great   bear.     Sho   was   busily  engaged  in  eating tha  fruit  off     the  smaller   cherry   trees,   standing  erect  on   her    hind     legs  nnd    pulling    thi  branches   down   with     hor  foro  paws  and   devouring    tha      cherries.       As  young  Cook approached towards  her  sho ceased lier occupation for a moment  and  regarded him   with a lowered  under  lip,   showing  her glistening  fangs,   and then resiimod  hur feeding.  Cook  took  no   nearer   approach,   but  dropping   on   ono  knee     ho   carefully  took   aim  and   plumped   a ball  clean  through   Madam   Bruin,   piorcing   her  heart.    Sho   made   a   spring   towards  him   and   then   mado     off  in   another  direction,   but did  not  go  far  before  she keoled over.    In a littio whilo her  troubles   were  all  over.     She   was   a  big  brute,   weighing nearly 400  lbs.,  and it wna with somo difficulty that  Cook and  three  friends  slung Iter on  Polos and carried h��r to the barn to  remove  tho    pelt  and   dress   the  carcass.   Bear   meat  was  added   to    the  menu at tho  Cook homestead and at  the houses of  their friends for several days thereafter.  who has small children luis  what T gave our baby to >.�� p l-.'i ni  such even health, ond I fuw o'l'l ill  'absolutely nothing but ii.it.\ > I'vil  Tablets.' Now nearly i'\en ilnllf  here KPts the tablets when a mh> ,  cine is needed, and the ulu '.i !iioi"lJ  crude medicines, such i.s ci'-mr oill  and soothing preparati.u.s .Mmiij  mothers formerly gave ili.-ir \ii^"s  ones, are discarded Oiu l.iinih 'I'Vj  tor til.so strongly [iraist-, "iti "Ijh-JS  lets, ami says they are a ��'���-  medicine for children. Ampt i"1!  thanks for all (he good \ om  lets have, done my little off, :  hope other mothers will pi old In 'i''1  experience."  Baby's Own Tablets am he u^'l  with absolute safety to the \,,'ii,';i"-i,  frailest child, nnd the\ an' i;ii.U'<i'j  teed to cure nil the minoi .idiin'ii|,|  of little ones. Sold by nil incdKii.'j  dealers or mailed at 11."> tents n i"rt|  by writing tho I Jr. Williams Medio"'1!  Co,,  Brockville,   Ont.  Use   Lever's   Dry   Soap   ��� a  |".��l!'  to  wash   woolens and   llaii'n'l'    '.oi"'S  llko it.  The   importnt ion   ol*   t oinl.sto' i" ' '  to   Ireland   from   Italy   iUii\  ili'i'  l,li''  a.s  of   Irish   innnufact in c   is  die   "'''i  ject  of jirotest  by   the   Dublin   I'' "H  Council.  M,"^3k��^<$,<^^��3k2^ j  ^yiJlio'i   ��od<inir>.  Willie���Pn, if. a war ship is called  "she" why isn't it a woman-of-war?  ���Father-It's your bedtime, Willie.���  Boston'Post.  j A   Wis*.   I.��().  Of  a   class  iu   ariihmt'iic a   teacher  j nsk.'d,    "Can   yon   multiply   concrete  ntinibprsV"  The clas-? '������('('Hind iineerlain. I  "\\pll." -aid  jim te,-.cl,er, "what will  bo. Ihe PHvliKf  of lorty apples  multi-  . plied  by six pounds of  beef and two  I pounds of raisinsV  !     "Mince pie." said ��� HUiall boy.-Wom-  ' an's Home Journal.  Cas-bon.  Today we affirm the necessity of carbon for the coiifititut'oa of living organ  isms. But no one knows what enrbovt  is. Doubtless the inhabitants of Rigel  and Denpb���stars characterized by the  rays of titanium and silicon-would  understand nothing of tlm necessity for  carbon.  Oriwla   ����f  <he  pPOcU  Con���.  Ihe frock coat is unquestionably nn  Lnghsh Invention, and Its first recorded  appearance, is in 1540, in the reign ol  Henry Ylll. It is described hs "n coat  of velvet .somewhat shaped like a frock,  embroidered all oyer with flatted gold  of damasks."  #HiiWM,W  , a.2<5. H<J^^  t^SsTSSSESEra-i i'llV
MOYIE,   b.   c.
A   «nr;)(iia   Story.
r;rcat ,Mas»«^— * tkiuk * slla11 enter
'nh.'l" Secretary—Business or pleas-
"fhvat Magnate-Ob, pleasure. I've
put so niiii'li money iulo it that I want
j0 «.,.« what it is like.—Brooklyn Life.
KlriUini;   I nil tic nee.
If'ihb-'-W'liat iulluciire was broughti
(o hear on (he boy sinkers to Induce
theia :og'» had:'.
,<,,!,;>s 1 don't know exactly, but I
j,e.!rd it wa.'i knee and slipper inllu-
p,.ce,-Bal(iinere American.
'    Not  Bie  fii'iiniiie  KiiiiT.
"I'm  afraid  she isn't  cut out  for  h
Eu.-:»ly woui.tii.-'
••\\'liy not'.'"
•"-,\'e!l, she seems to have no'idea of
fl.-   pleasures   of   c::(i'.tv.'ig:uice."--De-
"l-.-uit l-'ree Press.
A story is told,or ,h(. ,„,,.,,■„.,         , tSS ,5V. j
fhew Arnold   will, u,    ,.   J1",' 'K &   '!•%* {>   "'■   3     &*    *
,Uie great  shmvnnui.jn'.J,^:--. H    ^^ «3 *4 iL fe    1
Arnold    when    hiti^iue.-d    ,,i(J' ,,
^ ;^;^t „::,„„ „,;;::■'
mice of a, man with u wondwhi.  . ',
lallon.    "Ah.   Mr.   ArinM,"  1',..   ' ,":'
mmi.''w'erM-e both publi.. ,,,,•:,,,;;;
<uheren-e beiwe-i, ,l(11 ....,, ,_ .  r   '"
;dl    grocers   from    the   Atlantic
w>   the   Pacific.
! gjm«™iiimwrrrr>i.aCffTfg^
yo.i.areanotabih.y. whii, j auj      ,;;'*,
notoriety." J °"-' l
"*' H 1 hat
.' a
Such   ca-ea   Are  K,ri„,In   S,.ln,fW,
Late one eve:,J,g a d0,(ol. !(,„,..;;; ;•
note from a couple of fei!owpr;;f,;Ui)na
era Saying: '       <u«»i"
"Pray 'step ncni,s <0 the (h,!>     u-,
"Lmily.   dear."   |J0  fJll.r;       ; ,   '
wife. "I am calk,! away „.,„?.       ^
pears   to   be  „   very   s,,.io)1, ,,,.,/    "
(here  are -(wo  doe' '
I (J
lors  already   in   al.
"B" deceived ine shnmcfidly."
■ i:.u loir knew  he was-a liar,"you
-Yes, hut h" il'du't Ii" when,I cicpcot-
ed hii.i !o.'V-N''W Vo:U Timcf.
J'-n'oiiKfl    f»   [/;;|
Doctor-I see what ll.e ,,.,'^y ,3 ,,,_
dyspe])sia. All y.m. 1,,..-. ,„ ,,„ '-, *
'.'i"gh   heartily   |,ef„,e   .„„,    .,, j
nif.-il. „ '   "
Mrs.  BInks- i.,,,,,,,.,.,.„.    , ;
myself and «-is|» tin ,>].<„.,.    "
('fcl'^'Vf?'    "^^ amI D^ici0l,s-"  ' Black. Mixed or NATURA
' <LI,n. ^ J0.u .only i„ sealed |u«d packets.    Co- 5oc., '40c. per II
By ali grocers.    Sicflufa>L!y refuse all Substitutes.
I'l-rfrj'red   <o  1J<*  IJry.
jte-/N^ndi-'i'lciiow, you remind me of
Vf.rii?'''°ri,»ing from the sea?
.She Ve.'iseiL.o. ('holly! If I were as
v,et ,n \*piius' rising froi'n (he sea I'd
ijak a perfect fright!— Puck.
A    See,-,.,   ;;<„.;„, y#
;\l>>' oCVs p.'j-;. |,.,V(. <-._,;.|!>.
Ma be
lislied a M'civt so/ .'••!',-, ,j ■ <-1-
.i.'ick —Wha'i tu-i- i.
.Mabel-Why,   ',,-,'
toil 'secr.-'lij. of coi:-...
'-X. **-* *     6 " ^ (f'f-^trictlv eommksipn firm-TnT "<
|^»»        THOMPSON, SONS  & CO._y  '   U
VMite to-.;.-,-,- f,-.-    GRAJM   cnSi3!VI!«:fSEQN MERCHANTS
_      ,   . !"-'"-n ar ■ _ WInrd
^        »    ^jr te.ii    ,  W W( €tig g g»    PROMPT SEBVIC;
If .o, tl.«.nnder.lB.ie.lw!,,,,,, your busm«flS a.ul „II1 ,
11..' <i:
■■ t'T it ?
Iljf  ■»    p..-;, ;'
\ *i" and
Cdsb adyaaccd 6u conS!Snmo,ItS.      Heforonc-o:    Union Bank of Canada.
Tho 0H0.0. establish^  Gj-ain CraniUioa     __
^ra:n   exchange,   Wfnnlpcrj. <*%^
'rhi» f.'i-c»u riii>i-iitiui,
"Tl.en'you don't consider liirn nn ex-
r, it .''kLiej-fmill?" '.
-iif course not.    Wliv, he hasn't any
Heart relief in ImVi an  hour
A li-.il/ in Sow Vu;t£ Sih'o, wntmc of
Ix-r <ii'e oy p, Api.i-n's CiJie :or \)lU
iJ<"". t"'J . ' "J J.'.'! in,.- onii bio'.J«l.i
',^k "'°i>' li"' (Kani.'i,., k,,t4t H,.b ,Ji;,
.-iin.-.-in^ frv..iii hi-..11 Uucl.lt- unci so ul-
a.".L mm,, ulufi.s my iciuitrv ihroiictj
H"- n;;i-m> 01 this i-oueilu! tiudlnie.-it J
<>.'.'  I...-,   idu  lu   ll."—l'J
The   Ii.,!!',;)
■I'i   niiiiM-   ll'^l.       \\ 11 v ,   111:   iiii,.|i  i.   .mi l||i.    Ui.l!'i'.l\     p(.-.t.-    ,,t     |j,,.    (..,;,;,j',
.Dji^i.iation whatever."—.Oeuver Ncwb.    no\.i!     p.-ri    ,,,    \\ ,llie||iiti1..-...,,     are
—^j. L ,   ,    plied out   v.jih   -,'.,.; 1 J.-,' ij... .   |..., >, . , u
Kvo'h   Dnaslitcr.
Mother--Why are' you ko naughty,
I im-";!'.v?"
iie'-'.'hy ;'ap;ed three)—'Cause ifa eas-
Ii r, latr/Z'T — C.'oiufoi't.       "   '
try   h.is    en ,-   d  ...    ;.y    !|,,.    1 k, h        ..,,,
lets   ii   low.-"   c.li.ii   su.-pic,i(,us   peo.il.
tefuse  lo   -.-kip
TEu:r.m.M: KfO, ,.. „  ,,0T ^,
KcSniyro Stock,   304,   Winplpry.   .
V.'i-e:it ,ui'l KTriiii .f all line's. C»i'
I.":nl T.dIm a Spo. Inlty. ho-ular'aci.
v,,.>ifO.- 011 I'il's of h.idi>it';.
Wi i!o or'.\i:o iia iorTiftclc \\\<\a, or
(luiisij-ii Voiir Grain lo us, which we
will sell fr.rv uiir iiurount, on jotirap-
l.-roval to highc-.t bidder.
i^y,y;rii;i..yy:..;,;„..,y-SUFFERED HAIF ■-.
vt,tj: i-r i_>iu.i, Crrv ui' Toi.Kii'e, /
Lie \s Co.;m v y
I'ri.i.l. •) Chcnuy rmtkes outh that he ii
Ei-nir: I'u.'licr of t.'.-e Iii 111, of V. J.
t'hi'Bf.i a C'o , (louijr ■vusiues.s in the Oil>
(,I 'lolr'i'), (.'ooiH.y tinii Slate aforesaid*.
kllii i.'i'i ,Mi,d firm will pn.v ti.e sum ol
0.VI-". HUNI'i:i-:iJ DOLLAItS fvir euch anu
C.1.1I '<■''-'.] «'0^o oi OuLurih thul cniinoi
te ii.ci li\ t!m use of Ilnli's CaUifil.
Cu.c l-'HAMC   J,   CHF.XKV
Sh-'I" I'' I'l fore im> mid suliM-rlhrcl it.
,,v   [.i.-s.-ni is   f Jijs   Gtli   day   of   Uecombu;,
A   i>   '■-■''■-     '".,,.'
A.   ff.'t.'bKASON',    .
:<-t.l| 1    ' . Notary  l'u!/!ic
Hun - ki't'inli (hire Ih tuken internai;.\
li(l fit- iliK-iily  011   the   blood   and   i.-iii
t-jur '.'i.l.i...'-. c.f  llio .vysteiii.  {rii-nd for te.s
01,:,".'.. 1--'  "if   ''
]■ .1  (iu-;m-;y a. co .'To1p<io, o.
"    S.1I1! "o   "-.'   rJrunirisis.   T.'t-'
HlII's idiiiil.v   I'IIIjs   are   the   host.
MP I-ISi. USI' JN 'I I!?: 1(1 p .- |. |.
(li'hiuit t>, .-r."hc'iiii' a ib'i-.i,.. .t.',: ,[
hii:. Iiiciiuii- •—uli-'l i licri-f.n i- •! i- v. »,!•
10   l.il'-  :m>,   uii[..ei.t   111   ii-    i',:t i.'i -.. .ii:...
■O-'l     ll V     "LO     rill.i-i'le-.    .is    ,'i 1 1. ' ...lli'n ,,.;,!
s'o;j   p.    u,    us   (e'j.-si'      t',,1'1   ',s   t >w   i orn-
1-i'H"" t       comiil.iini    ef    u:iui.    di"!     w ■ ■ • • i 1
lies;!<*• cp.-l   .'rails   '11   ^-n ic.ii 1   le-ults (j.
'risciMtis'   !■ cli'i ti ii-   (,'ii • will   <ii;e   i|'i.    },<■
Wl,"1     I1'.al    ill     l.'ilj'..'     \l.i!i-,il     ( -j null
the.   private   oai.-e   of   >,-)-.   .I.'ii'i'-:   'j7 i
Kiejd-, li'e piiiJi-Jie.';, ol; aa r-'■• t'Kl.   He j
had a'h.j.'k don-j nn in jjaper" t!i,<f a- his I
arm.   A-, lv was' goiny out he -..lcliienly j ,.''   -    _
tumid ;j;id .said:       ' ', .     ■
"I have here a mo-n v.-ondeifii] bcok. ' (">no 'Vi0re Splendid C^re Credited
It is woith in inon»y value any oilier j
book in Button.   In fn-i, ;-t U worth a J
whole library.   i[ it could  he piMjn;r!y j
to Dodd's Kidney Pills.
TI;.'   abolition   ol     ihe   Ro\;;'l    Hu; !.-
houmb. bos  eiTccii-d  ,>, .•■. i\ 1'.i_;  o,'  JCi'<.
2' Ki a   \-,ir. ' '
iiificrd s liniment for sn'e evervrwwe.
til '.!' 7
l'   (loads   a re   s<-b!o,in   nion
y.ij'ds from   th<- ejirth.
,1'    fii'.'^l        h.ive    |;eeu   a    lull.'11   .11. o (.-i
who   lu'.ented   n'jf^el   i ake.
When s-ijuasj . s >mt into ■ uie pie
ria--',. t ii-\ .-.ie < Oji-iki'r-'d ,-,(.u:i; pumpkins.
j/',fi ".'!". ,!iiys of fla\'\\ eje »mi\|i
.. ''" " ihe I'll it ed Kinedom fu
'T     J.'.'!■■'■"  ni res   u ere   cult iv o u d
finnovss »H hard, soft or callouuw*
™mf'J ar<1 blemishes from horces, l.lood
ipivl.o, lurhs. Hpllnts, ringbone. »n«,'nev,
it)u«5. oprains; cures Bore u-nrl svcoolk-r.
throat, coiichs, etc. Save $50 by the
im of one bottle. Warranted th» moat
► ondurrul Hloml.ih Curo evsr- known.
Sold by  ail  dru^^lsts.
It   ,'s  h   c;-,j<"1   il-lu'4   for  sniiie    p.-o
p|.'"    'il.vl     the*   lie. e   s.'l,,,,'   (,|     | . f,     do   l.nl
lachiiie  iu .: io.-'
To 'tin'   .si'!.-'ia,oie     man      all   other
sei.l-lii.lde    men  '.lie    noihine     Pui "   up-
-tl'l t'-'
i(i.iH"l i\m\ Wales the < ,|'ii\\ ays
-•l" ' '. .'i- .(\';rji(,'c, l'J iirii-s of iand
'"'  '"-1   '■   ii- Ie  of  railvAny.	
Hijsnfs Liniment C«rf5 Oandmff,
\ ;.. -> 'ii'ii'e e:iel,. wiili on^wim.:
''"a'-' -.'d 'P'OOpillK i'< tho iWnhi lea-
'-'''' "' ;' • Pii'iit'li nat ioi.nl iiiO!"!.-
l'.'"h !>-■ to be erected on I he
All    i.-ieij   .i'ee   linen    v.'illitiin     inli'l'i-
"i'i'I i'   'iiii-l   a   m'ird   inai>\    never      m".
over    .1
Clliied, ,'liid  iilu.strati'd.   ;:s   1   would   do ' nu<'!<"'.-*   'Klil Nkluilin Kcker had   Gravel'
it. it WO'iid be  W017I1   the  whole public i        "'" 1J,,="'>f'* Ld-»<.-a*e, or Somotliins KIso
library [tut toucihri'.1 " i        •-ni'.ddV  Kidney   I-ilU  Gave  lllm   tho'
\-    i'i- ,',       -,,.... I VI;-;or el* ICv. i ly   M mlicioil. '
-Noddm-.' aidhoritai.'vcly,  !.•<■• shut the ' .».»ooii.
door,.,lea\ inar those in the ofih.-e looking j ,p; f'atinr.uvs, dm,, Oct. 5.—(Spe- '
til one aiioilnu-. too bewildered for eon.- 1 eia!,--.\ir!mi.ts i-xker, the well known ' >.
j'clui'i>. Presently the dour opened i hi''in"r, iiviuir near St. John's B.O., ! !
iif-'iiin'(ini^ilv, unci Br. Holmes jlut <n i''!1 tl!L' tir'lt!"-^ ''no of Telhain antlai
Ids head, his face bubhlii,- over wllli i ' "-'''"lli, Tov '-^'ip-k who has 1,-een | i
aiiiHsunifi.t. and said: (■■■»l,m'd   lo   neahl.  alter   tweuty-nino ,  j
■-iii    i   f.,,,,1   i,  ,  11,,-,,.   „.-,  1 ,     ,   i--*-'''.^    si.;,er,n-r   from  Kidney   Disease >  j
Ol,   I   foi^f to    el.'M-,',,   mi;.book- I ,Ills a'statement   for   publica-
tlns ;s.   It 1? >,sit Jhayers ch-ckl.r.ok. ' ! ti'611. 'Jt  ;. ada :
Then he  shut  the door.   Mr.  Thayer j     "i bad  been u, sufferer from Kidney
was understood at that time to he ike ! Complaint' for, tweniy-uine  years.    I;
richest mail in Boston. ,      ' {had   the  most ' clistrc-hsing  backache,!
��� ' I iri'iutiiui   of  the   Spine,     and  Head-
Arc   Von   Left   Kjod   or  IlixIU  Kj e:l I  1,'a(-'!'e<;i.   '.'o'.iplod   «i    lluies   v.'ith   ah   0X-
Thore are but few auibideMeis eiUier i lj;yciali''^ circclur pain about the
in the matter of hands, feet or eve. it i1'"1'-" !'a: l c"",t,,t! !"i°(i--''. V/h:U 1 suf"
may ^umi rather queer, but J:'is" a fact f'''^ ".°, V™.™" '!«cribe. insomnia
,.,,,, .1    t    ■     y. .. ,   ■        too   .-uuled      us      Uirnrs    and   t   was
new>'Useless, that mnety-live our of ev- l£Iv.lllv  rMhlced   in  n,.sh.
No  improvement   in   burning   bricks
has been found for the la.st 100 vears.
::.M ;
!.,i,l  ,
'i      the   publi'-      S'dU'Ols      C'i
i''  >'ouipe!l"d   to   h'O! n ,I''mi
Eyes and   Noscj  Ra:: Wr/er.
'    ('     \"'li.'.'.   of   IlicwiT,      Maine,   .s.ivi. :
'    I.''--    I..1  I      l.ll.lllll      foi      s,.., (.(u|     jc'iUJ
'■"'■' ''".oil 11:11 fi ma hi-, ,-\ i-s nnd no-i
"i '..•'-'. ik ,1 iiiii.-. Al'inii four jiiuii'li^
'"-' ' ' -1S letli.c.-d m ti.v. Hi. Asiii'ii'..
' ''mi.. I'ov.tl. . unci s-iiue usiun iiu
y"i',,('' oini-il,', I Im,,. i.,v, hi-.il an at-
.'' *■     ''   i-iit-.ta   in   leu   iiiiniiiM,"      .""
t locli DiviHinnx.
\Ve have sixty ilivi>ionS on the dials
of our cloek1- and watches because the
old tJri-.'k as-trtmomer Ilii.-parchu^. who
lived in the se.o.nd century before
Chii-t. used the Babylonian system of
dividimr lime, and that system was
ery   hundred  human  biMnys  are rijjlit
handed, left leyyed'aud leii pyp.l.
1-Vlix Ilement remarked that it is ar.
established, fact that we all u-'o one eye
more than we do ihe other, v. hicli establishes as clear n  case (>i "1-d't and
"Tliroe different doctors attended
me. One said I had Gravel, another
called it Britj-hi's Bisense, while the
third said I v. a.s in a dangerous condition. None of tlioin £ave me any
1 -Ci'inanent     help     nnd      i.iy     friends
^"'■'..i pussesses one ninth- of al'
''"' hi'..I I'm the f;lobe. [I rim--
"•'"''i''1   1-ti   dee.   y  itl,w.i|„(I,>.
rd's Liflimenl Cures Barns, etc.
"I'm k'l.'d to hear (hat you have tnrn-
r'<- -ver ,-i new leaf," said the man with
" ,""!',!> (•!' tracts. .'I have your solemn
■I'Wiiiise that you will never coiuuiit 1111-
.u'kr-i"hiirKiary •/"'■'■ ■    .
"K.'.i have," answered the occupant
of the ec-li;       ,-    ;  "
("No doubt you have boon brought to
!'in eiiaii-e of  heart by  the fracta  1
b'llVC   you,"      .     •
It. was.alt (.
'e tr.acta so much ns the
I'ai'er,'. :i'he:-e's ho use in hrcak-
^ojM-ii a unm'st ]10l!se to got his inon-
n'o't 'H|"'i,1» l'° t'o 1 is (0 work out u
..,',7 linl,-'«,'t-nch:.(1iiu-ic game, open un
«'nkand let. him briny" his wages to
■; --*>>nflIiinK|dn Stnr,\-
(       Too  Mcol,   Self   ncHlruint.
J 1,:,1.«sHek-thatMr. Willikin.s Is.".
. ° M'li think so? 1 always thought
■n^-'N <liilte witty."' ■■   .  '
for^n'1''1 \ W0?'° out n,onG Jn « boat
1„, '"U."". »>our-nigi,t before hist, and
ljk(i -vet even siiKSea.ted that he would
W%      bo..',, \ il ',ii8s fl'oin lue'if it hadn't
lU-rLld°  '"^""S^-'-Clirosigo  Becord:
"Yo,,   ,   ,)5,Ufnl  n«HKliter.
so.n'6  .„".'"     m,n,U Uial y°«-snvo m
ma,rA;," ""''"f »»'».t," said  the you..
„^ |;o had been juted.
s^,;,.,!1;;1111^1''!-   "You see, fathc.
V^lilr.li    J    'r1^1'1''11   *!1   tlletlf:-
'■»•'...   ani   ,     !I!'U',t"1, !ii l» ll>!1!':1 <°
^'"-Ih'ooklynKaS"1 *™  ^ PraCtiCP
A.-i;ood way to leli a fiv<di egg Is by
ilu' air bubble on tha largo end. The
smaller ihe air bubble the fresher the
Sonic   Hope.
Whiting-Sin-e my sen ha* b.'on at
loiir;.'.' 1 he things lie has h-ani.d are
pel fC( tl.V Iliai'VeiotlS.
Bi'i.'ig- I've no douht oy !t. hut I
wouhln't worry. He'll forgot then ail
.if[-T 11 few years.
A   Qanlnt   Sort   of WediKi'-.T.
When a marriage tukos place aniong
the Negritos", it people of the Philippine
Islands, the w'.iole tribe asseuiblcs, and
.',!.,} alliaii'S'i! pair cihuh lv, o trees grow
Ing do-e tugether. Then the ciders
bend the brau"!ics (hat lh'.> ymin^ foiks
are on till lla-ir lead' mi" I. \\'hcn the
heads l.a'.'f thin ton Led each other (la
inarrl.mo U legally act ompINh-.d. am":
there'are great rejoicings: A fantiisth.
(kiiice coinploteri the ceriuiionv.
ritriit  evedhes^"   as   (hoimh   the' same I lnAn!t,5,t Ifcould not live much longer.
'       'At     tin's    stnee  I   aave up    other
ping   me  and  I
continued     till   I   had   token     sixteen
boxes  when   I  was  again  en.ioying the
-plendid   vigor   of   earlier   manhood."
\'s>".    ',' '"". --^       <>•-'     n.v-u.^n     1 i.e    .--urn; i ^ . ,'. ™
I can. were used (o denote a preference L     ')*     V,,JS    f1"^1'  ' fve. lip ,1°,I
,, "ii-.- treatment   nnd   started   using   Bod
111 the use 01 hands and toot. KkltK,v [)i!Ls    Aftcl. uk       ^.0 bo
_   If you want to decide as to whether   1   fo„nd  lhcv W(ir0 ,iei,jin„   ,'11C aiK
your friends or relatives are riidit or
left eyed give them a small lole-^op" or
spyglass to-lci'k through or have them
take aim with a gun. We ai! take
great interest in ascertaining' the color,
si/:e, shape nnd visual powers of our
children's eye>. but how many of 1:3
stop to consider whether (hey are
right or left eyed?
isnto" Shell Cordovan
is the toughestand best
leather ever tanned for
mitts and gloves.   It is '
boil and scorch Droof—
has no oil to draw cold or
get stiff—is wind proof,
tear  proof, - wet  proof,
is   always   soft,( dry,
warm.    Iron-like wear
—handsome appearance -
— economical.      None,
genuine- unless stamped
''Pinto  Shell   Cordovan'"'   and   with   this  brand.
Sold b3' all leading  dealers in  Manitoba, ' N. W.
Territories and British
. B. K,  Duck Jackets-
and Coats
for wcat- comfort, and
convenience.-*   Built  to
'keep' out cold and  keep
warmth in.   Made for the
hardest, roughest kind of '
wear.    Lined with lambskin with the wool on and
with Mackinaw "Woolen— ■
made of Duck, Corduroy
or Leather.   Leather j ack-
£ts  made 'reversible.
Wide collars, tmrippable
seams, strong pockets.
Every  garment  branded  with  this  brand.
So Id" by all leading dealers in  Manitoba,. N. W.
'Territories and British
-ar JL^mitisag t^©s
London   within   the police  area uses
ist   o\er   lo   miil.on   tons   tif  coal   a
Doctors first prcscrib'ed
H Ayer's.. Cherry-Pectoral over
60 years ago. They use it
i today more than .ever.    .1 ney
j* c
Hyupori it for colds, coughs, |
| bronchitis, consumption.
They will tell you how if
wheals inflamed lungs.
1      ...I l,n.t -i v«rj I'"/! c««stjl '« '^'U" ro
\  Thou 1 tiled AV'.. '* S2*W,ji.J
W&: 1T.AKL irt'Oa, Outhrlo Centre, la.
■a25C..a).-..?I.IH>. ' i'„w.Mi."M»"'' i
Hoiv  .\arnl   OlHc-cra   Are   lletrnj-ed,
'■you see that man pacing up nnd
down while ho waits for the car:"
said the nautical l-iokimr man to a
groupc-of by.stautl.u's. "Weil. I'll hot
anything he's a naval otlicer."
'dlow do you know?" asked one of
his audience.
"I-»y Ids well kept hands I know he's
not a merchant seaman. They work
too hard. Hut. just the same, he's a
seafaring man. Whenever you see a
man pacing like that make up your
mind he has paced the poop or quattor
deck on many a night watch.
"I've paced a watch of four Iiouin in
a Bpa.ee that allowed only three stops
and a shove each way. You have to do
It to keep awake. I can (ell that quarter deck pace in others because I've jot
it myself."
Fresh , Air   itutl   Son ntl . Hciiltli..
There are 'many, persons wlio"soom
afraid of the fresh air. A little rain, a
littio whidka littio fog, a little chill in
tho nir. will keep .(hem within'doors.
Going out, they bundle up in clothes so
thickly that one would think they were
tender shrubs transplanted from some
.iiioro genial clime. The 'healthy..people,
however, are not the health cranks, not
the people who run to the doctorevery
titii'j they feel an ache. They 'arc the
people who walk' a great deal iu.lhe
fresh'air, who live In tho open as much
ns they can and who take a vacation hi
the country every year..
Sinard's Untat Relieves Neuralgia. ■
Five millioi'.'irc's died in the l"ni-
ted Kingdom duriun ihe pnsi tinan-
ci.il \ear. Of these ihe l.u'yest, for-
t'n.e wu--. h'fi b,\ Ikul Fn/.williaoi :
'I   .iiuoiinii'd   to  X ...h-19 HOD.
,11 S—M.ic l.iiu'rv not ,.;u;u-il\ sunervis-
• ■(i .ti.i! left to nui itself, \ t'l v soon .sho a s
le'ill :n i'..-- v, erkliie It is llio ^<\iiie
u'.i'i tlic (b^i-.'-tive orn.ii}.s t uivunl.itc'd
fj.-'ii lieie to tiuiL' they lue lilvt-lv to be-
. oine t.u'iiid rtnd throw the wliolf syMem
v-i'o ei uo.ir i 'armoIce's V«'i;c t al.le 1'ili.s
a ere I'le.cie to nii'i-t .such cases Thev re-
-.'oie to i iic full the ihimrinti i.-.ciill ies.
<\-.d brnitr lido order all pails ef Uie
! i.ift h.inisni.
A  Customer says :    ' I  have been in ^
1 hi'   Ilakeiy   nusiticss   for   over   twelve z~
>>'ois    and      h;i\e     tried      almost   all ^?
makes   of   dour,    but    "Of: 1LYI E'S "
certainly  bents  them  all   in   the cpian- rs
titv   of   brctid' mode   from   each   b'orrel .2
of  flour,   arido \\ hei e  a  four  excels   in U—
that pai'Licidai   1  know  it's got to be w
"A  Tip-top  tlour.'' 'j>
 :  O
i.TXXtS^fKSK3SBHataa3rB I
ARS    YOU    BUS^DINO   ?
se=- s»o   5«J^*S:
"T"E-»«r>  Sest EH>tu b icS ib-s^  Paper SV2s=;sdle>.
Durum: the hist jcur there wore
119 deaths from accidents on the
.....'.Vile Catarrh
".yonJerfuS .'Tesit.E^ony ' to   the
Garativs   Pcv.'Grs of   Kr<  5g-
rtev/s   Gs3iss;r5trs.i!  Povvcior.
t'liii.s.   <i     Ib-oiM!,,,  ioiirnclisf.   of   l)ti!.-,u Ii.'
Minn  .    vv'r.ii.. s :     "I    have   li.-en    a    MilVerei'
ii-'Mii' 'I In-..);;!   ;i:ul   \;iy.k   Ce.11>.rrh   for over'
'.mi   y.'-isi-.s, .liin-iii^-  ulk.h   I ii.,,'   in v   liem!  h-.ia
7'■ ii    i J'Mi'i,ii    U!>.  ami    my   c-on'ili t ion   lrirl\
:i ayei'a.laia     V.'fi h     I 'a   i:ii'-,ut"■;■:.    al'tel'    usiiii
I-r,.   Ai-.u.'v-;'''a.   Cm);,i flail    I'.iy.vlei'    I   obtain-
■;i : r.ei.'.-l.aTlnv.'   luillli's   liavo    I'lljest.    if
"'t     eiitoely.     i:il'ri<|  . in;-."       S-lolcl    l.y'    :; 11
;."i!.;'Lyisl,s'. .'   . . ,      ' 7
.;' r. Ague.•.'>■: Oialmciii rclic\cs r-ifes lnsta <!\
6> It  13  very  much stronger ond   thicker  than   any  other   (tarred   or  build-
O Ing) paper. It Is impervious to wind, keeps out cold, keeps bi heat, car-
v ries no smell or odor, absorbs no moisture, imparts no taste or Ihwor to
anything- with which it comes in contact. It is lorgely used not only for
sheeting houses, but for Imuitf c-old stn'rajro bnildintis. r«frii;er.ttors. ds'ilr-
les, creameries, finil all places where Uie object Is to keep an even and
uniform   temperature,  and   at   tho  same  tlmu avoiding dampne&s.
Write our Agcnls, TEES & PEftGSE. Winnipcn. *Q«' samples.
The  E. D. EDDY CO., LsirsEted,  HULL.
I. ,tic,k    of    interest    in '   n   story     is
'•'lotigh   to  11rove, its   tnil hl'iilness.
Al'VHIltilK***   ot   tUncfc.
Little Hobby' (whose mamma, is very
particular and is always telling him to
wash his face and bands)—Mummy,
dear, I do wish I was.a little black hoy,
Mamma—My dear Hobby, you 'goner.
ally are. . ■ .'
.Little Hobby-Oh. I .mean rea'dy black.
Then you wouldn't see when- I wag
dirly.— Punch.       , ,.'.■'..
■.Nearly  all   the .sandpaper   in   use   is
I made   w.i-lh   powdered  glass.
{if-vnnts   in   Ctil:-.:i.
l-'i'il.'  Adoiphy.   of  t'liiiou.   Ai i/on.i.
v ho   died   recently,    uas    ihe   propi ie
lor  of ;i   large  plnee  of  , 111 n i -. ■ i; m ■ 11 \    in
St.    l.ouis.   eiii-plo\ mg   o\or   IM)
The  Leriiians  ;ne   e-jpici.il   lo'. i'i'=!   of
iiii''.--.    in  tile   I1.) eiii.'s of ab-ove L'HD,
I1'!'!' I'opuhiti.Mi ."•'"> ]'i'i- (•■.'in    of all tho
., . ... ,, , ','''"■ fioriuuns   in   the connirv"  live-
maids  and    waitresses.    'When--a   I'.'-'-
hiw was: passed-prohibiting such employments for Women... Adoiphy weni
to the registrar and adopted all his
'.Mi ..employees' as his daughters. . 'As
such they wei-e allowed to eon; iinie
t heir services. '■,.■'.
.St'ltr, Ttl-KI i;'L,\T()!;S.-7Mhi'.<!iu!o- no-.l
1 i.-,i iiclelimi. are known Ui . ex's-rt a oewoi-
,l"ii I iiilliii-ni'e on tlii- livi-r .miil kiiliiey'-:. re-
s.nr'nijj thcni. to. Ileal thi'ul art ion. iiuluc-
inn' n J'Omila r . .'low of the t'i.-i'rel iy'iis o'nil
iiiiiuir'tiiii; to 1 lie dnynns eoiiuiletc pow'er
to perform, their functions. These ynln-.
able ii.i,yi('ili''iits ciiti-r iutii the (.■oiniios'i-
lion of ' 1'arnii'lcv's 'Vegetable. J'ills. jui'l
Serve to rainier tlicn'i the a lO •.•ealiie Kiel
salutary ini.-iliriiie they . n re, • Thai i- a re
few pills so etlective nstle'V in their action.
Nearly i'l! iniiiiiis h ,-e n.uie or h'si siib-
jt'rl to ibiirrl'iie.i i.n.l ; ui'li c iiinpl.Miil i
wliile i.'i-i'i liiiie, iiinl ns t,lus net oid i.i
Ijieir lives is i In- most rrilnal. tiiolhein
siiuulil, n.:l be '.vitiui'M a bi'ttli' ol I'i
.'I.. U..'Ki-"i»ii;'^ Di'M-iiii'iv (k.iduil I tt;j
medicine i. ... sn-.-mc i.ir sn.-h icmeUiiel -
and. is Iiil;IiI\ sunken oi li\ those who
have used it. i'he ' in'olinet i.is .'iiiiiii it
will cure :inv case of .-hblera or siiinmer
ci'iiiiplu int. .-•'. ' . ■
A little Sunlight Soap, -will clean
\ 'rk-h  i'1-ni's servant  in  China  gets .,
.,i'm'v Vet iiiai'v are the api.hVauts: cut   glass   and   other articles until
while big salaries are paid (o ll'.e serr- U^y  ^nG   and   sparkle.      ■ Sunll.
..,,is  of   ihe  eoiiiiimii   people,   l.mt   few   ■      - .
;,;•!■... m.i'Heaii.'a.   .Tha. per.|uisi!es of j Soap will  wash other  things tl
fi   patura)  »ctl
";l!i,."f,..n.'.!.r'.ofie')i  iiimy  than   triple *"«*» ' cJo<lies.
., ..j.M-ies.of Mm h'ttf: i'.    y ■       .     - '       a
•csl a n.'.a ''.'lib .Ju'ni-tiOn.   1'.   Q..
' .       ' t'Jth "Auya..   1 «!->,•{. .
JllaSSItS.   ('.   C   lUCHAIvl'S   v<;   0O7.
(,'eiit'le'uH'ii, 1   fall   fronr the  licit.lire leioly
i 11 si" from a pint I'orm to a loaded' car
while as:-ist,i,;e mv iiu-n in imli-adinir it
Snail "I yriy.iii The briiiiro . went ilov.n
as vyel! as | h,. lenil on my hack nn'i! I
s! r-.n-li nn the '-.'els' of I he ;-:li:eii.-rs. cc.e.s-
imr .-i sekiuias Iniury to inv l-.-ea ' (kil'/.fT
i'.j'l.ciay very de-shy V. ould . ha ve ijro'ki.'ii
:'• 1". »n Iim:r could not . wa I'k ■ a :-t;-;..
("oaiii-.i'iiri i| uv.iin;- iMINAIjil'S 1,! N'I?.i I-'.S"!'
am! tin-,i litrcl ■ il.i.v weni, to Mill", r.-ii 1 oa
j liiisincss ar,..l mk aluMil. e, ell )>v the lis...
Are von a sullVrer with con.-.-:" If v<>n V' " ''"■"'' '" ' "". '"'^s U11N i"'.ai-lv well,
are i-.'i. » Imfll,. of .Hollow a\ 7s ('"i n ! .l':ul ,;;''<'-;'"''..' i-'ci.m iiaaul it as the l.asi
'.'ui'i'.     Jt   has   never   heen   known   to   fail.     j "•'"■''ai-''.    ll.a!   J    know   oi   m   use.
■i o'n-s   I rulv.
According lo hi test, 're.; urns I heri'
lire1 7()2.('8:5 paupers in !:lii»l;iii(l ond
In France there, are -1',(M Hi.iji.m 1
acres devpted to the culiure of the
II.   CiniirniS'.
'1'lif're can lie 11 ciilTereiu-c of ooinion
on most sulije.ts, l.ut I here is only one
opinion us lo the re! ia bi'li I y of Mother
(leaves' Worm Ikacniiiiui lor, It is sale,
sure  an.l   effect mil.
When  twi)  women'gel.  wound  up t lie
: third   i»: apt   t o  be run  down.
f'ii 'n'h avtich' on "The Apye 01" the-
World." Sir lydw.ird I-'ry. the I'ainoiis
l'hi.c.'lish' geologist [!","linvs that l."k>.-
(iiilJ.IKl.l yenrs. most. have ehipse;*
silii'i' (he existence of life on 'the-
\iV-   ?^..  KJ.  i*»5«      £*><&.<&„
m mi  ^'^gg^^^-"-"-''"''?^^  '>i���.y-^'./<��'.  >r.Jl>'.^.j*'.A'.>'.>����''>''.^'J.-<V.>/.  <1>.   .,     ji>   ,��      ���       ,  I The Wentworth  Tic . iitiii minpii  ** ;'��� Jished in tho istore3i ol the pc-op"-^ I  1 o::ot .::v'."  t?   rJ*.;-;.��� ���-.-���   Vi'tf!,1!    "Why  { "  votii'i. L;"t :.".:,id the  r.-iiio   thinm  oi ki-oyi-. r..'. s /..it..u Jvootcnay.  c. ..;- .v..  , "John V.'ccley,  o\oi tin  l.'zcc-iise dhc'O tolhyg  13   not enough.  ?Xffi SALE'*0^a"or^n'on  y~~ r -    "'       --------      ---_--_( r(j :^ -C; r ,v ?Sl].,fi ;ef'r.oi) tbr.f yot:   are  t',j.s.-iwiuco���   ���   -   -    Vcs-xiiiicir-Jl0-j a^ajji i::t]   a-ain   that   Chamber-1  '---.-���zrrr_-   --_.    ------- ��� -r.=.       ��� I ]aj"n\3 Cough Reniedv cures colds  and  i r.-  1SA.TXS OP "517U13CRIPTICK.  is  ?ic Year.  3ATUKDAY  OCT. 2l, 1903.  j grip : that it counteracts any tendency  ..*2.0'j[ 0f ^],36;j -jiceatoc to result in pneumonia,  rhfc jai3  Right Hon. V.'. E. Gladstone  ���'    btice  said:   "Noihing .except   the  mint  ��an make  money without advertising."  , '  This is why Gladstone  is remembered  '' -as the Grand Old Man  1 '     '? THE    POOABMAV    CJSXTJRAX,.  ,;  ;"' ���        Th3 building of the Kootenay  C'en-  . ', ���}'��� _' ; trul railway from Elko to Golden   now  7   t'1. '    seems to be tin assured   fact.    A  syn-  *'   y- (    dicate of Engli.h capitalists is  aaid to  V,'i'-^ bo ready to take   up  the   charter  and  ', ' build the road, arid that  arrangements  ,  , i ' -'  ,.' F -'i will be made'ti> connect it with the  01 y     ������ Morriscey tr;   je:i?'hige  branch  of  the  .'���">- , ", (-treat Northern near, Elko. J.t would  ,''{ -j y" bo continued later west through the  y   -���" ' ,."Veiiowiicad   pass   to   Fort   Simpson,  k.  ', ���     \ thus, makiut   the   Great  Northern a  y'---'?' .".'cunipetitor not only  of  the C. P. Ii.  1" - -        --.but also with the Qjaucl Trunk Pacific  9  and that it is pleasant and safe to take.  Fot sale by all druggists.  os*  NELSON,  ^M^Tim*jsn*asxx*farM?*~iw*ZL  B. C  liesidenttal Jot.l'  o'ri ; Campbell  street.  Residential    lots  nn  Tavistock  street.  ' House and lot on "Victoria street.  House aud  lot, on  Lake Shore  avenue.  Business' block    on    Victoria  street.  Good dairy business near town.  Mining stock,  FOE, RENT. - '  Office rooms and living  appart-  merits on Victoria street.  Houses for rent.  We do, a   general   commission  business.  if d B65, A. L. IT.  Srceio ir. tho x. O. 0. F. hall e\ory  'Saturday  evening   it   B   o'clock.  Visiting- brethren are. cordinlly invited   to   attend   Uisse  meetings.  R. A. Smith,  ^  r. I\ Johnston,  Sec'y.  Farreil t Smyth  5  Box 35.  Barber Stop.  and Bath Rooms,  ,Jor the north coast truffle.    The  char- f '    ,Iu STONE Building.  iter rc.ids that the road shall bo run   to j OD611'WendneSdayS  "uruew Fort Steele, which is certainly , Saf7ir��inv  pleasing nL!v/��) to the people of that J       ;     " <*��"-���. aauuraay  VV. JR. Stone, Prop,  MOYIE, 1). C.  '-  .  ��� -    ���    town-  ���  '. * -i i < ,  ;���    ' '. .   '      AcCcrdiiiF* to the  Fort  Steele 1'roa-  :���':��� ' '.-.' pectof this  lino   io   about   200  miles  .i m",_ .'-long,   /A Golden 5c the  north  it will  ;���   ���'���/ 'r connect v/ith. the mainline  of  the 0'.  k ,   '�� V, 11., while at the south   it, joins the  i  7   'y V Crow's Nest branch of the  same  rail-  ���:]'���'!  "!'SF-ro.id.    Among the   mineral   resources  "���, ������ ,<"������. ii  ' ��� '��� ;. " ..opened will be the iron prooerties on  ."-, ������; y.\ ''jBiiII river.o The waterpower on Elk  ;J', "r-y* ' ! ..and Bull rivers will be developed at  ,'','."��� y, .,* once, aud tlie impetus given to all in-  ," -.', '���;/. ylustrics by the building of this road  k",:.' V. "'will ensure them a steady eale for  y.. 'r e''.'iheir power. , ���    N      t  WMIi.li.��',��..*nn.,mm.m.. ^.m.  nMiviiijtiii.is.jLau.  ',    y,r i-��� '      i    ,. -'awn; In t):o Co'Ttf.  ���.;*y' .:"-'i 'i,   '^ho other day in Toronto   ft  lav/yer  i '<!. \   '     ' t0-^ ^c learned Irispd, in   the  hearing  ,,��,. .'j,/' of the judge, to  '"?o  "way   bach   and  \   J.-f*?,,' sit down."    The Judge prcm^t'y   took  y iiOy'j,', .'him to task.  Jt   r/ould   bo   i  pretty  j^T   tc' some  GHAS. P, CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  t  and  Embaliner.  Coffins, Caskets, shrouds of all sizoi  and styles constantly kept in stock.  Office over Imperial Bank of ,Can-  adli. , Telegraph'and mail orders receive prompt attention. Open night  and day.    Phone 43.  Cranbrook; ���   &. Q,   ' ' 'e  m"virjn...��. <iu_ ij.hj ... i-jiLTg-_LJ^u����,m.i��,..,p..��M��j  '-'���"'   ."'.thing if a   lawyer   refer, in  -' . nitfi  I f  Mrs. W. A. Prost,  Photographer  i  Cranbroolc      Moy'.o,     Ifo.-t Stoolo.'  Cures Pain Instantly  in any part of .body-  "     > , '        i  Without taking d drop of  medicine. All the superficial  , pains are relieved without the  . big risk ot -taking dangerous '  drugs into the system, its  work   is' simply   inarTelous.  n  Price. $2.00.  CHRISTIAN     NIELSEtf,      Agent  ,  MOYIE, B. C.  I. O. 0. F.  4s^~J   W'lldo'y Lodge  No. -II  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria streot. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  C. A. Foote, F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y. .  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first "Wednesday  evening of each    month at  S o'clock sharp   in the court  house.  James Cuonin, lion. Proa.,  A.- P. SrACDONAU), Pres.  P. F. Johnston, 11. CAstrDEix,  Vice-Pres. Sec'y.  f OPERA HOUSE jj       .CRANBROOK,  %        'IN. ' \\   A   Modern Hotel  fa  $ CONNECTION. |;|   In. a Modern Town  m  -w  Rollins & Dickinson, ^  I'roprlcicrjj. **}  ene  Harvey    &   McCarter,  FOP.T STEELE, B.C   t  Harvey, ^tcCarter & J'inltiiam,  REVEI.3T0F.E, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  w: P. GURD,  BAKrilSTJEJ'., SOtlCITOE, E'rC.��  CRANBH001C. ��� B. C  0. -F. DESAULNIEE  DEALER  IN  precedent of the time of Edward -IV, or  '���'the Statute of Fraud.:-should be rudely  -,,f'-.j  , ' , 'Jlold tliBt his   authority   had   whickers  ; ": ;-; -/     -on it.    It vrould be  a rude  shock  to  *' Myy" )��m.^.-  GET YOUR  PRQMPT DELIVERY. '  Queens' Ave,      MOYIE  jy  i.i ,  judicial ieeliny; if (he addition ol a new  Tr&cravn i>��T.-m��  ' plainfiff.or defendant  should   be  des-  'c;i;'ici as "butting in ;" n an Irrelevant  f.TgUMienl thould be criliciacd .is cut-  "ii'ing no i?e, and n nonsuit as a throw-  ^..ivn, ll io chair that if this vine is  !nuf nipped in the t/iul the \.-hcle busi-  ,net's 'A the courts tvill Lo demoralized.  The' v. tiu-f'5 will begin to "rough-  ;hOUSC' :t -i, ad it.v; . .r..i.bi.I, .,;.u -..ili  Veloil Oj .Lou. i.;,i.; hi; utory r<; ..  ;''pit>o d.-v.u.n.'  Fruit, Tea, Coffee,  Stovepipe^ ana  Tinware at  DR, PI E, KINGr,  t ( ' <  Cranbrook,   ��� ���"    B, C.  _   ��� .  ^  Gteorge H. Thompson,  Bahristicp, Solccitor,  Notary Pubuc, etc.  Solicitor for the Imperial  Bank of Cauada.    '  CEAInUROOK.      British Columuia.'  ares,  0 The safest buy'of the season, aud you ' will double your  money in three months. The company have 12 dlairns,  which surround the St. Eugene mine���the largest oilver-  lead'mine on'the American continent.  oW Selling %  hare.  i  iV  ^.  riOYIE'S  LK.-v^INQ  HOTEL.  &   BOX' 35:  FARRELL & SMYTH  Iv***  t)J  t-la  MOYIE,.B. C    ^  ^EEOOT'SSlliio  Ivr  i:.F. CROSBY, PrcpMclor.  O' ���{-  1     -  >     ',  .ri  h.  I  I ciiTy kik \ r a ,i 1-! k      ;!,'.._.  \'|J| j (1 I^Ol.l.tlf'iI ] 'i.e v. ci ' u.'.  diy coR-tui:t!>- i-; llicu ani . iL5l.t''.l i'i,  .iii.I v\ltr-:i he lil'liiu-.l i i ley  '.hu woalii i.iL.j n iu:ri .....^".i". ii iu i';:rrt \ r;  An.i i^j: it r.u"(.yji: (Li ��.vn  .And ihin i. tlK i -i y : lie t;olv c'f rc.c''  Hi  iJi>;. '1'irg^ (,i r -j ..>--,,-.  I out v.p -..'. I.i-. cv. ,i Utlo y i-yl .%i -.:  Ti:t i-'iib;" gipv ] er.l ed n.ij \,i io,  ' ud there v.tic tl-caiajjUlois childrtL  Ail ui.lj flikl h^pry ; i.ei }.?J^  .',1 l.'.C .'.{.L.V V l-Ll  "���'"  I.i.    H.j.ll'1.'^  Thy j^uj c "\' ������ toU'j'J ���.' :r1  rimt in : t -)l tti.'.jii'-hl ..v-  cl'iid-.i  '.\ itb c;\ u! to tut ii'. ;n   li.'iiil.  Josephs   Convent.  I Our aim is to 'liean? pntronr..  i  j Goon   uni; ^ and  bottled   hoe;  ! "      '.l'-'."j ��� ��� :, Imnt!  JOSfPH NIEDERSTADT, Prop.  Til*  iio  ���^��"s?"  JL\<  i*a-FQ  ^'jwr'^.'��f>i��cwpi��M Buttafttuv^jiiirt  iija-.dmg and Day School  conciitct-  , rd "..y the S:?U>rs of St. .loseph, lielRon  iii.   C      Commercial     and    business  jCvj^rscb^  specialty.    Excellence   audi  , ii'.vift   progre.-c  characleaisci   each   de-j  | y.irtment.    Parents   should   write   for !���������=  ! particulars.    Cue month  assure;;  the ; -S-"  ; public of   the   thoroughness   of   the I  j Sisters'mothods  of teaching,   Terms:!  i commence January,   April   and   Sept.!  : Pupils are admitted during term.  . t.^I-*--"^"-"'a - ^Tgi,r;,r^--'i;:jj��''ii^ijg''T.v^T^irrBsr~jagC!B;  to and rno:<t all  via-  Tiie L'jbt of ���"accommoclations  .'or,the ("iiTC-hng pubho.  P. J". AToMahoxi," Mgr...  l-'Oil   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TQ  ~fb       Q -     ^ <Oi <ft ��5F 5'-"  0. rt. hJlilt  MERCHANT   TAILOR <  ���     Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Impo.-tod    Goods.  TOYIB,  Link Your For- ;       |  tunes to the j - fA  j-VJANU FACT U R J^ RS  I  I-Jly&    INSURANCE  COMPANY  �������.���'*>��      ��K��  ^  ^  liui they uiti, i nci *-b'j:ij;iiryd uio'L-1  13ri��� 11_;I. t Im cly ir i ->jy if id';  -' il'i ���',.' il Jik;   I-;.,'   I.     ;.i- .,!,.- ���-��� ,  {        ,- 'i'   ���-��� " ' " 'ii-  '���' .   :������ i[>..I .���   a! da  i  I    tla'i: Ik" i' . .>   ')_,.>i* 'i'.-', .1 t.i ij'c \ j --ii  j       A i .' th''. v ii- t'  >v>i!   i ' i i I (.: ].n', i r  > ., ."'   ��� I'- - ��� . ���     |      ' ���. . j. .- , ; .;,  v,';  j       'J'��� i .-ii ����� i   ' -> ' Ii. ���������  ^ Mmi Hot SBPilS  ;      Saisrii.  |ARROW- LAKE, LB. 10.  Which Purnisuiis Life  Insurance as an invest-  m ent for you' and a safe-  guard for your family.  F. J. SMYTH, Agent  [EAST KOOTEHMSBOTTUHG  CO; L  CRANBROOK, R. G. !   MOYfK, B. 0.  ty -��� \- .. l- vr . y      j  r  ' '���  . .i'i-:!.'.ii.\', (..o.igli "''ftr.ku/ haa a  ir   :���;- ih:.- :c" ir :.    It Im., bctn ill r.ec  i      t'k'r    thirl '   v. 1-".-     111111 n f    v;Iiv-h  ��� The R/lost Complete  Health    Resort J on  "riie    Oohii^en-*     o{  Morfh America,  o w  o  ^*XZ^ '^T'  e  ",k i"r   i'i'nn,ir   v/ni"ii '  :in.e;iJM.y ridli.n   botLty ;i:i-.u   htcn J ��� *,    "��� "  y -,.-   , ,i .. , .     -,   ,        -         ,          .,      Museiilar Liacaccs. '  ���J-'-:" .-'-��,    -'   Jii'-i   io:i^  bk-c-::   t.K ,      .       ,..,         ' I      ' 5 :u!!:i   -,jl,-��'--J   ':'   ''e i J.i"er aiu! Stumath Ailments  &:r&tty=z*x}4x:r3[7frj��i  Jteai   a'.l    Jr'idney,! Kpokckk--,   .rjcaL-'  j.  k:  j i  .i..i .  ,'.  ,i-  hOksai.:,'   nil  i  j'iiey   a:o  a   IVeveifai'Iiog    Ilemedv i  ��� i ��� - -   - ���     - -  ^i   ���."i;u-   all   llr.-i   (::::c   no j ;  r r,\\ f he; :natis Trouble  .   :..   by.,n   ropoLud   to   th.-'  :.i .w.ich .i, f  i  T\:y.jl.i- 4!; ty {ji-'-S-liar week,   ac-  c-J  (o i cordiny to losideucc in Motel or Villas. I  ii ?l. ;jivcn rt." cti.;:i  i.i  -1 i  '����  n.iii  - 11  '.'lie iJi.b. .a _o.r...j V'.wk'So or cui: aj  soon a.= tho Co.k y coi.j;h app2arr-, it  vill prevent the r.tUek. .rt is pleasant  to take, a::d many children like it.    It,  >.i     -    . ;  .  containij :r;, t ':".r.   pr  other   h.uinful  aubctanceo and r.i.'.y jc given   ar  con-)  iidently tc a baby co to :in adult,    ji'oi !  sale by all druggists  IF YOU HAVE A.  hOT to s:.:ll,  ���V'J  r���/"������,'''    and  Gtcs'ii  .loir.ts.  r::.:.iui,otiivth. n-:..o��'fpoii'j  Chicago and roiu's .Cast.  i/j TRAINS .DAILY ti  ��    Fy��ST TIMR    i  .c     'viutpmoni    Throughout,. 70ay  Coaclies, I'lilace   and   Tour:ci  Sleepers, Dining and JJuf-  fet Smoking and  IA--  brarv Cars.  ,'Areated Wafcers of dr-^fi  1 Finds I  Ordeis Solicited. (  j  Soda Water  and SypJit-ns.!  "A  '���=*. ^f1^..  cu  ;,-'/ /^ urns tx d r, it rfis rtin bjb.vs, co  fvm '. if<rr*>*W nji'l^f  ,^r *���**%;>  ^^���^V���^ r  er, Porter anil Bottled  Ifk  if  7V!iO"j;3.-'-i."; a:ii; i:r:rAr  BURNS I CO,   BU,���Hrw��,iraiil  duality not exo^lied in tue country.  ;Try ;t ana  o. .'���'���/..���������������   "^��'PonvinQed.'. ������-.  MEAT     MERCHASTF5,  JVrM.i  r.r..J Cvred ?.re.it3, rrc:"..  '":s'��, ",i..-c   :v:.!   J'(,r.Iti;-.    V/.  f-' j/j-ly   only   th'j   best.      :y-v  tr '.(Jt ti'iHciteJ,  g.-.TAtirti'/ii;  r.ra-.-3��ii--c^ic^rr--^-eTT^ti^-j,.jrft>^lt><r>c..^  -TV��-truo- firvr^r^BvamwHw  'V��nr��y-c't��M,it��wMuriM��rt��-**Jn*^�� ffl'*.>-^|-A  "crren^?r*M75KrBiP  TT-iF   J,RA]JER  I'lIITlNCSTOCIITC   S.ELh, lyr Tickets   V.-aU^,  Folueva  and  i /''nil   information,.cad on   or   ad-  : drc.-"s any   Cn at ?To:"J:orn /.gent  ! o.' \v:il'..  ..'��� n you wish to invasl  in any of therje oonaulf  ���In   all   tb'p   Prinoipai  i  ! Cities a��  British Cojlumbij?.,  8  A  "P. -JF..\TOEWSZd3v  ����Q-  ?���  it  cl  one   Prinoxpai l| TJii^Hotel is'&ew" aAd^q11;tiimiiefe' fe I  v.6A   Towns   m'8       l^1^^?^p^a'^^ I  .". h. c. J.'M:-ksrsrj<)>, <,. \v. j-. a.  isfili  \J?     *>  i\>  I"  1 ��  lij  012 Fir���t Aveuue.        Sjsattw-:, Wa hh j i^Aoceuin't^"' i-oii East  i., . fl> .M.-(>yinj-  A.ND M'XNitNG .MEft  ������� ��s^��s����^*�����:e���6C:fiia  iuhlxisii cofjii.uifiA   ��  6.-  vrV  &  ��>��:.��������� &&%&%$$% 6^���6�������<6>6��*Jij ��^<Si^' +s^-l9^-:?*


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