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The Moyie Leader Oct 24, 1908

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Array V.  ���-/ f i  -#"*V  * j?  U  *  *HCAI>��iUAnTi;iiS  l'OR  SOUVENIRS  .11. WILSON, Jeweler"  ���CRANBROOK.  TT" i; '.r jit cf"i ^ ^ n  j \J .; v  ������_* .-_^k j ... ^ ,u,.��   i- \J    J. 1  0  . .i. v, ,i :ui"-M Of :<<.:a*i  Cl..\ N JiffiOlV.  ,. It NO, 20.''  MOYIE, H. C, OCTOCEK,  2^ {90S.  SSA  YKAH  ^9^?  he Warmest  Is' our new improved Beaver heating  stove.". 'It is lined yith bricks  which   '  tcannol,come, out   of  place,  and  sits,    '.  close to the, floor, where it readies the ���  cold. air.    OnlyJ-half ,the/fuel  is-re-'    '  ,    '   quired to,give' tfye same 'a!mount of    ' -  , heat., :      ,.,,/,'    ������     "  '  COOK STOVES,FROM $13.50 tO 45.'  l<2 .A. 3VE 0E�� 3B. IES Xj�� '��j > S  ���FOR QUALITY  ���S>9i5d.��a��3i*S5339>e!5i!��'*-53-$*5^!9!i  |   "     GENERAL FLOAT        |  ��v   '��� ��>  ^3SSSaa*a3a��5Sii>i5S3.*3a'3&5��iVr  A sawmill at Prince Rnpero has  gone into the hands of a receiver.  New Skat* ag'Rink.  Advices from Alaska say that it  will be a hard winter in' Fairbanks. ?  i  '���   ' u   fi&  - ' J&f'  "���,"', r, ^     ,      if ���       -. i r  ;ars, Tobaccos, ; Confectionery  '.���;'���; ERTJIT, ETC.*  [RRBLL. BLQOK",   ','���"'-'      ���    '   *   ,,'  MO YTE  "*   i '  &  Eire, Life- and Accident Insurance.1  ,'.   ',      '; '' You 'will Appreciate    "* ' y    "  y  A GOOD BREAKFAST    ;'  , .'J    t    " - r " . i ' 9    , .  86 frosty mornings/. Of1 course tea and coffee..arc the  ttidl articles. Our.';Old'1 Country tea and* Empress  |e are great'favorites.'. Meat of-WheaVin 21b.,'packages  |be had'for only.20 cents. '��;Your pancakes should'-.b'e  of Peacock Brand self.rising buckwheat,flour;���/There  |thing'better..t. All may be had'at-   -���'"      -i-'"-.,        \ '-  At the annual meeting of the  0.'P. It. directors authority was  given to issue $50,000,000  of  new  stock. ' . '  The population. o�� Prince - Itup-  ert iaesfcimuted at 500, not including tho men working iu the x-ail-  way grading camps.  ' It is said that the entire Hindu  colony consisting , of 2,000, is to  be moved frciii British Columbia  io British Ilunduras. ���  ' ThePanhaudle smelter at Sand  Poin t, Idaho, has been < smarted up  in.fuhy blast .under, new contrpl,  Grenough 'Bros. i> being t the main  backers. "     i.   r ,        ��<    ',  .   i ���   '      <t '  Mr.' William,, Jennings Bryan  has an ofler, of $12,000' per " year  to edit a paper if he ,h{' defeated  for,the presidency" of the United  states.' aQ      ' i'*  Noyio 'is to' ^t-vb the largest  skating rinjc in 'J^"-it-,Hh Columbia,  if the movement 'fihich is now on  foot is carried to a saaee^iul conclusion. It is to be bailt da the  tailing damp at the north end of  the slime mill at,the St. E-igone,  and will be 10,0,feet ia length by  75 foot in width, Tt will bo well lit  up with eloetric Iir'si'm, so thtit  the skaters can make, uiq of'ifc at  night ai) well as by. day. ,A fetv  citizens, of iloyie' have' foi-aiod a  little syndicate for carrying out  the project, and these extend, an  invitation to ,any other persons  who may wish to come in'and join  'them. Seasou tickets wihybe $5,  formenand $3��for women and  children. Members of the syndicate will be given family "tickets.  The'estimated cost'of tho rink  will be $500, and already considerable ' of ' the - preliminary work  has been done, ^f oyie will inake  areeord-for herself��� thi=i coming  winter in__hookey,,tfor "there are  several crack'players id the camp.  LOCAL A33AY3        '  |  di  The Ferni^. Fund.  ,In the'* Dominion ��� elections the  returning officer's fee is $00 .with  Se a mile for travelling expenses.  Special constables on election day  will receive, $1.50..-  /coaie;anD2SEE us  - Regarding'Prices  watch    ,   ,  v ������ I \ W-      ' ^ ,  .   Your Own .Store Grow - :  1 ,    ? l .. ' "     r    ' '      r  Good frqsh goods can always oe had at the  [oyie ] Co-Operative Association, Ltd  <- ,  . ��� .  ' i ii  A fresh shipment to arrive in a day or two  ,Qome in arid see our stoclc and get' prices  and you will sure deal with us.y'We do  , the, largest grocery businc-ss in the town. ' ���  , Jfull measure and weight -always' given.  Best attention will be 'given your orders.  rNION"MEN. :_. .UNION GQQDS.  ��� -. ' -       ' v ������~-������~������  \f. ,tAc. -AtsAi^. zSufkysbus'H.sSusbusbz-sH. ife_sfe_^z--rf/ J^i_'rfz_ife_rfi-rfz.i02.ift: j&  ' ilOYIE'S    LEADING-   HOTEL. 't k.  Hotel Kootenay *f  The best of accommodations |  for the Traveling Public.   ���       |  Largo nnd .Coumiodious Sample Koodis. Billiard Booms.      h  McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors. ��  -��,'A iyr A-,v * v-JfTa^' ty. tytZy-J-zzs zji-T-^-AV"^- 'jr ^-^^-J^s ^���^.'T^i-^i'J'  = L_^_!____1 I  ' -������->  WHAT YOU  NEED   RIGHT NOW is heavy  tiimiLs.    We've got the goods lo make a man warm, and  him warm.    20th   CENTURY CLOTHING in  Hat est  cuts.    Fine   Overcoats  and  Vests.    Stanficld's  r.y all wool Underwear.  >ME IN AND GET A COMPLETE FIT 0*XT.  *" John M. 'Burke" died in-Phila-  dephia last month aged 8 L , years,  leaving a widow''in^ Spokane.  Many people Remember-Burke on  this side of th"b line .wlfet^Tie^ ran  a'bank in Ka'slo.'    .v^   '    ,^<  ,;-'., .���,���;'. ,f- ��� -/A-    ���. ���--  'To form',a:'m^>, internatibnal'  hockey league, composed of td.wns  of Nelson; Spokane," Calgary, and  Edmbntonis the plan wh'ch has  been" launched by. J.' E. Bell of  Calgary and August Wolfe, -publicity man for the Spokane chamber of commereo, ,   ,      '   -  JThe final disposition owas made  of the fuad raised'' ia' Moyie for  the relief of the Fer.hie lire sufler-  ers at a meeting of the committee  which was  held ' Thursday af ter-  \ i i". ��� ��� r - i-  i  nooriy lb was decided, to  follow  </i'5-55>533459^55?S.->S3'5^3S9'K  D.ive Angus was io Cranbrook  Monday. ' , <  D. J. Elmer is in the east1 hand-  hng some Kootenay -Piopo-iitions.  Isr. "W. Bui'dett and wife ro-  turned from Trail yesb-irday.  Thos. II ider was up from ISlor-  rissey yesterday.  Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Johnson loft  today for Spokaue.  V  There was another 'very enjoyable dance at Morley, hall Wednesday evening.  Comfortably? furnished ,room>  heated! Over Long'd shoemaker  shop,     i" ,        ���, .'  Iiffs, Conrad and daughter, Gertrude,' were in Cranbr.jok ihe  first'of the week.- ''<        iU <     <    "-, ,  Philip Conrad has purchase^l the  lot , adjoining ,his propprtyoa  Victoria street.    , , "    ��   ;  iliss Christina -Blackburn ' is,  home from Cranbrook.  "[WANTED���Two first class  ait-1  .penters ;at  once. - Apply  dei\Brbs.l(  "i ,' '.  ��� Calder Bro3. commenced ".work  on MacEaehera -it .Macdonald'a  rieYir warehouse this  morning.  In all probability, the returns of  the election will be' received at'  both the Conservative and Liboml  committee;, rooms nest Monday  -night*   .' '  LADXDTtT,���Laundry        work  -S8M PHOC  ��� ra   KJ,y/    v\ \A    /;  &i$       lK> i'i    t/v     //  see   our sfock  of  Uan^e^.    \\\i InuVj   <i  fi'tio liae for \frood <jv  eo.-il,   ranging in -price from '��3'.CO up. ,   ���  "i V  i f'  ,i> '  if  ' ("I ( n *   ' >  MacEacherrf & rMacdonald  the example, of.,Nelson ,and -send  the money to a bank in J. ernio to J'done by Mrs. Thos. Crooks .at lier  be'turned]oyer to a'committee for, home on'Lake'street.    , '  ,.   '  distribution    /consisting    of,"the j  ' E." O." Kamm',has ordered'sev-  heads of all theychurcbes.^includ-1 eral cai.loacLs of  briquettes which  ingUthea. Salvation   lAi-my.'  '-The - hswill have for salQ   '  total amount .raised*.was  $2,847.-  35.    Otit'of this the.MLners''nnion  sent $200 .to  tho ^United  Worker's;' tli"e'f .^o'.'-'of'^ s'eiitf* 100  to tho releif fund of  cheir' order j  A^ Novel Banco  WSTAL   MARKET.  Master Sidney  JUlmfsr   wa'i, uq  ��� ftorn.Cranbrook . Monday.   Sid is  M.ine ��� '" *-  !now in thefofiice; of'Harvey,. Me-  >~j  -      v  .     .    -      ^    j .  Carter ifc,Macdonald. * '.  '        ,   .'������  There  is   a' nov.'d "d.iaca   proposed for h,allowe'en next 3. rilay,  October 30th.    It  will  bo in  the  nature of a(sho3t and pillow    slip  dance,' and the following   commit- _  teo is looking after the details   hi [  getting it up: Mike Torpy, Percy  Mc'Alptue. John Taylor and Il-igb.'  McDonald.   L-inch avLU be.-served!  by the .ladiei. i Tickat3   will    be  $1.00.    From all indieitioas there  will be one of the' biggest times  ot thi .year.'" '     ���  New York���Bar silver, 52" et'��.-  Loarl 81.75.      '     Coppe>, 13 cts."  London���Lead, ��13,- 7s '0 1   "  ,  Catholic-  Services.  A   Forecast.  Uiual services will" bo  held  afc"  tho   church t tomorrow.'   Mass ��� at  10 o'clock in the morning; the sermon , will   be   given   from  these-  word-:    (Eph.    '-l;2o.)      "Putting'  away lying/ speak ye  the   truth.*'  Benediction and  Rosary  services^  at 7:30 in the evening;   A sermon. ,  preparatory to tho coming' retreat"  will>be preaohed'li.'dm ��hege words'  It has been estimated by an ex-   of the Lbrd's-Prayer:    "Thy Jiing-  a,nd theK. of-P. 'sent-ippli)  to"the-| - Richard    Church,   representing j pei,t that ir| the approaching   Do-   dom come." . Every  one is ��� cordi-  relief ''fund" of :'their"6rder"r ^.Porj^c  Interstate N Rubber  company pmiaiion .elections ~ 121    Ooiiserva-' w'.y invited to assi-fc.     ���'  local, releif-^^��1,32S:02 ( was spent jofSpoka.no was in town yesterday.'- tives'and  100   Liberals . will  be j.   Fathsr    Choinel has, bought a  leaviug-a  balance, to   be so_it to  Pevnieof $1,163.33.  Catliolic  Notes.  TnE    FURNISH RR.  Impefja! Bank of Canada.     ]  Capital Aiithorized---  .Capital paid  up������   ...���$10,000,000.  L.������..������^,925,000.  '.���_������������1,025.000.  The Catholics of 1/erhie, who  since tho very first Sunday' alter  the fire, were holding their  services under (a large tent,  moved last Sunday to a more  spacious and commodious place, j  Tho new temporary church measures sixty feet by thirty and  will accommodate the worshippers until another, permanent  structure iu brick 'is completed.  The Fathers^ and the Catholic  congregation ��� wish to- express  their heartfelt gratitute to all  the generous peopta who came to  their assisstance iu the time of  need.Cranbrook Herald,  ��� Mine - Machinery.  The boiler and  compressor  Mrs.   Jas.    Gibbons   " returned' i elected as follows:  from Spok.ine la��fc Scvtui'day. . j  Mr. Alpine  Cameron  is  spend-  ��� Pti-.zs E inu-J Island .  f Neiv Bruasivick   Con.  a       9  ing a few days -in   Sojkme' with ,'NovaSc<olia  ������'    ��  ... 7T-     1   ��� ' s ���   -B     ��'J��i)io -iff  Ins son, Ilitgh Cameron,  and wife.j Ontario e-J  J. II. Hawkehas purchased   the jau!^w *.!i!!,".".'...!."."!'.'.'.!.'."!'.'...'!'.".'. 3  Barred Plymouth Rock bird  that j saskfiwhon-aa    t  ., . .. .. i ii.        ��� t-.-ri 7--C.     Britlsli Columljlu.     fl  the Aurora mine wasshippedfrom  won 1st. prize at nelson hair bepr.,\-ukoa _   l  I  Phoenix on the 17th, 'and is ex- 190S. ,  pected to arrive here daily. In  the mine there is now two feet of  clean shipping ore, and as soon as  the new machinery is installed  the work of 'taking 'this out for  shipment to tha ,smelter will 'be  commenced. As soon' as tho ice  forms on the lake the ore will be,  brought, over on sleighs. ' The  mine never looked better in its  history. '      '   t  Mrs. MvcE ichern and children  returned last Sunday from Ghar-  lottetown, P. 12. I. were they have  been spending the past three  months.  Messrs.    Wilson,   Watkins aud  Lib.  i  -i  li!  53  20  Grading  Streets.  Coming  Concert.  NOTICE  Take notico that I intend to apply-to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Polico after Thirty  days from .the first publication  of this.notice for a renewal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by rotail on tho premises known  as the Moyie Hotel, Moyie, 13. C.  October 22nd. 190S.  P. P. Johnston.  NOTICK.  Ttiko notice that  we  intend   to  (  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico after Thirty  days from the first publication of  this notice for a renewal'of our  licence to soil intoxioating liquors  by retail on the premises known  as the Kootenay Hotel, Moyie.  October 22nd.190S. ,  .','���'''��������� '      McTavish & Cameron.  ''   ..'���/.        Savings hank' department.      ' |  Interest allowed on deposits from  date   of   deposits   and |  [credited  quarterly. g  | CRANBROOK BRANCH.       : 1  ���'J.'F.-M. PINXHA-M, Manager. |  ���;���:;���' ���    notice. -..-���.   y  Take notico that I intend to apply tqtho Superintendent of Provincial Police i>fter Thirty days  i from the first publication of this  notice for a transfer from myself  to Ransome '&' Campbell of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquois  by retail on the premises known  as the Cosmopolitan Hotol, Moyie.  October 22nd. 190S.'  Harry II. 'Dlmock.  A good program is promised at  the social and concert which will  be given by tho Catholic Lulios'  Alter Society in Morley hall on  the evening of Wednesday, November 11th. All arrangements  are progressing very favorably.  A supper will be served, and this  part of tho affair is iu tha hands  of ^Irs. J, It. McDonald aud Mrs.  Martin MeDougtdl.  Wattsburg- Fire,  Fire broke out in the mill yard  at Wattsburg Thursday ni^ht and  destroyed over a million foot of  lumber, but the mill itself was  nob touched. The illumination of  the sky caused by the firo was  plainly visible at Moyie. Loss is  about $25,000, well coveted by  insurance.  Committed- Suicide.  , Word has reached; Moyie that  Jas. Crawford had cokunitted suicide at Kamloops a short time  ago byf shooting himself. No  cause is given for his rash act.  Crawford came here from Silver-  ton some years ago and for about  six months ran a barber- shop in  E. G. Gwynue's store. He went  from hero to Xamloons.  Victoria street is t.\king on a  new appearance since the street  grading has been in progress. J.  E.   Wade.,   the' foreman, 'and   his  son'furnished the  music  for   the   f ^ce of man aVe doing a   splendid  job, and tho people in town aro  well satisfied. All the sidewalks  in   town  are    to    bo    completely  I good v stock   of ���' ro'igt'ous  article?,-  j including'" crucifixes,  hbly  wdter.  j fonts, bead?, sacred pictures, med-'  a!;', prayer boohs,  religions tracts,  badges, souvenirs ol missions,  etc.  which will be  given away at   the...  time of the retreat.  A Live Tov/ii.  dance   at,. Cranbrook -'Thursday  night.  James Cronin and son, Jack,  were on Thursday's west bound  passenger on their way bo Spokane. Tuey had been at the  Cronin farm in Alberta.  Chimney Whiting, a good  printer and a clever newspaper  writer, had charge of the Loader  last week while the publisher was  to Seattle. In appearance Whiting resembles Taffe, the Republican candidate for president.  '"The Image of Cod" will be tho  subject at the Metholisb church  Sunday evening. A cordivl invitation is exboudad to all. Rev.  11  E Colli*, 13. A pastor.  Mrs. A. C. CodIv and daughter,  Mrs. D.ivid-;on of Seattle, were ia  Moyie this week from ltyia vi-.it-  iug with Mr, aud Mtv. K. Campbell.  A. T. Clark has returned from  Old Mexico and is now in Fjinio.  Ho had a varied expeuenco in tho  south, and;ab one tima was near  to death/Is ,door with fever. Mr,  Clark will ba in Moyie next week  and will spetid a few days here  before returning to tho coast.  AY. B. S. Gilbsi't won tho.  hand- r  overhauled and newwalks will  built iu several places  be  Conservative Rally.  The Moyie Conservati-ves held  another lousing rally at their  committee 100113 Wednesday  evening. As usual the place was  crowded to she doors and there  was no lack of enthusiasm  Short addresses were m uie by A.  P. M-tcdonald, Johti A. B. Mac-  douald, E. A. Hill and others.  Libaral Rally.  M. A. M tc.Ioivild and Thos. II  Banfield, both of Cranbrook, were  tho speakers at the Liberal rally  in Mjrley hall l-ist evening. Refreshments were served iu th-  hall after the mooting. J. P.  Firrell was tlu churtnia, and  also mi'l-i a shoifc talk.  Bsforo and A  jO~4- . U W �����  Frenzied Feruie, the p6t of  the  fire fiend, is the  liveliest  bu-."g  in  the '.province   just  now.    Such  a  pushing, .hustling,    Jiurryscurry  crowd of workman  of all   trades  eouidn'c ba  found, anywhere.    Iu  is  a  workman's   paradise.    Bride  layers   aud   masons   are    getting'  from Gjc to 75j per  hour:  cirpcn-  fcers 50c psr hour; common   laborers $2.75 pjr  day  and  taa-n  and  teamster are worth $7.00 pjr di/  Every thing is on the go  in  a  bij'  ruah to ga'fc under  shelter   before  winter suows set in.  Banding materials are midar-  ate iu price, and with the aid of  $2,000,000 of insurince maney  and the general as^istaujj rv?n ���  dered by a niagnanimao is public tho pjoplo of Fernie will u i  fairly woll pr spired f u- tiu cjhi-  ing winter. T.ie fine fall weithor  we are enjoying all a!o.u' tho  the P.i-ss ha- been no lictlo f_.;-  tor ia th^ i-ebuilding prj'oljm..  'r-Hiitfc M-irria^ss  The genial  caudid.ito   goes  forth  "\\rhan7   co:ui)j       the     -aufcuma  weather.  some clock which  was offered, by '^^y-^ shikes you by th* h.iriri.  the Moyie Drug' and Staticiaery  Store -to the one who guessed,  closest tha number of bonis hi a  pitcher which was on exhibition  in the store window.: Tiie ntuiibt'r  of be ms in,the pietlur WA.i o02J  and Mi-. Gilbert /guessed 3010, or  within 122 uf bho'corrpct uu:n';jr.  A-.id later altt'gothar.  ']-��  T  iru  h  1\  T5  utsy  P'fA-."  .1   airs  r.   .an  . eh  i r  AX  of  aor  0  a  Ooi.  L����jor  23rd a  Suit.  13  Jl'L\  T  ,     -\  a',   an  J   .Mr.--.  Ft a  ��>  ��.��  *  j:  CI  'ij'JJ.'  .1 ���>   1   ,  7 7-1,  ^NIi->- r.js-ie Sci-inor of Portl.m I  md K. L, Ittto of .Mjj-Io, th O  were 1111 mod by the it j /. L)j tra I  Bhiitni uf Centenary Prjsby Sei i ^,i  church at the pirsoua.ro 01 b\i-  d.ay, October 10th.���Spokeam^.ii-.  Rjyia w.  Mr. audMiv. ;H ttt are making,  their home in the Porter re^i-hinco^  on Tavistock street.  Frosty fc.ari.an  Ohiivoh.  , Tlie su'ij .-ot oa l-J.iuday eveutnpj.  will-be "Tito Nature of the Ne.v  .li.rfch.." -Mrs. Wallace,' wdl siu���'.  ,'t!l tiro cordial!/ invited to nk-  icul. . Tho ''Sunday Sohool will  .iljj   bo huld at ���i.-j-).  I  v. ��  ^ _   - Ui,  The L'jadcr  k"_ ne"  !  -' 'fy  "''"'/  i   '"  ' v'V-  t         '  Taj, * ,  14  <    "'       -' .     "  fljf*   U*  i'   1... .  1   TL-A  ,      ���>   "   Hf  1" '4  I   '    '/     ' '-.  ,   -1  -  :y,->'  ; n  1,9  ���      'j.   v   .  \c%  ��� 'J.  - '.1-yy  m  n     j      ,     ) j.���  Vctft  lrK'\  -U't .  .-.--i  ?  *��������  .'���Vrf  .     M'^V  "',  i-te-  r '' "A .  fk'b  %'>'��\'\  .1*".  '.*/���'  ''' '  '   < ** ;* v   >  >'   "ij\  ���    ?'l  .    ^ ,  ': '.V  V'iftil  '   <r -  , ��� ,',  "   ���   '',  j.4  a       **' "  .   "���'*!  '��. 1  "    "-ft  ' 'i"1i  ,' Y-.       -  -. 1 'i      .1  '^ '3J  "    ^ *   '       1  i.v.: - > ���  *'- '*!  !' til  ^r  ii '4  '       -*��J-rA    -'  e-4  �����   '1,     '  *   ^1  '   -riitf'���!���*..��  -1* y\  1 ���-**  v ' btft, - I��j5M  '              , *   ''V'4'-          .-&$>,  , i-Jj'i     Ii1ji ��L  -������ **viy v^sf.  > 'j'Vtt',!i,f.<,j  '   * -V'.* -^'i'II  ��� r ��� -      t 1, >H  y^'  �� 1. -  g'k_  "   ''��  ���\y>.  i : '    .1 a  t' '       '    l  i        a  '     ', ' 1  My--  'i-^lV.'..  7.^lr-;1  y>JJk��:��r,    i,.l '*'���}'     -    "  ,�� I.   , ".',  -*y-5 ,.,y  THE    LEADER,    MOTHS,     BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  - Kf- ;  ''��   ','1 ,,'".,'yi  ',- ,t%>y *t{ -,.,��  7,   .-Ji, ..  i f    i  ��� y *ij  The Spoilers.  3y REX E. beach:  Copyright,  1305,  by  Rex  B.   Beach.  ! J  -I-)  At*  v.*  tt.  ,>t. rk <>7, :  iU,.j-'"\;?y'  1   !    *~i   I      j-J d -      J  ri'-.^. J'yt-:.,,  r>-  .    .1!  i-.  y.-vi   y\?i,;  y-,^2*':'K'*'<'-i>*'<  tat,',e��A * -    r ��l  ���V. %. " w�� fi-    * ', i  h^V Hy>��.' '  1*^  '���J"4t  7"his x"s a story of that great  north  country  of which   it   has,  ��� been said, "There's never a law  ' of  God   or   man   runs   north of  fifty-three ;" a tale of impetuous  ��� emotion,   of brute strength and  courage, of swift and passionate  love and hate ;   a tale vigorous,  forceful   and   absorbing,   which  tells   itself without fine words ;  a   story of the hunger for gold  and the hunger of man for woman, -brooking, no  interference or  rivalry, going straight for its object, as   did   the primitive   man  before the time of laws and conventionalities ;   of civilized man  turned'back to savagery and losing no manhood in the turning.  ' Tarry   awhile,    O   reader,   with  these rugged men of N'ome, and  you    shall    be    refreshed    and  strengthened in, their company. ,  tec-Cy would try to' jump the Midas.  We'd enjoy the e.\ercise."  The siren of the Santa Maria interrupted. Its hoarse warning throbbing  np the mountain.  "We'll have to get aboard," siid Dex-  try.  "Sb-u! What's that?" Uie other whispered.  At first the only sound they heard  was a stir from the deck of the steamer. Then from the water below them  came the rattle of rowlocks and a  voice cautiously 'mufllled.  ''Stop.'    Stop there!"  side the girl. Ignoring her, while she  heard th-.- breath wheezing from his  lungs; then silently he leaped. Glenis-  ter had hurled a man from 'him. then  stepped back to avoid the others, when  he was seined from behind and felt the  'man's arms wrapped abour his neck,  the sailoi'.-. legs locked about jits  'thighs. Now came the girl's first  knowledge of renl fighting. The 'two  fcpun back and forth so, closely in-'  twined as to be Indistinguishable, the  others holding off For what seemed  many    minutes    they    struggled,    th  STUBBORN INDIfiBTION   v.Qjmg_ man  strning  to reach  his ad-  A   skiff   burst   from "the" darknessry--- ^^ ti]]  ^ eraslH^ agajnst 'the  I l lJ..\l'J.|i!.ll  G'l.KNISTEu' g:i  the harbor aj:  lights of ai  then   up   nt  Mi  *s-j,.r:.  . 1-  1 *. .<.!;-iJt .>,!�����">.  ;^-7ts1"i'^i'i��''  ft-*-   *r^  Jut" *    j������* 1 I *  ���*-Stjfr it; '     '  iMaStriSKTv ��*,  T'iV'!  i-^fiS  i"sy.-Hvi*3J|-  ���*��� - - aWwc  Jf'-i^'t  .*>  �����W^^*;;^^'W'.#*-*��Vi����ffi'��^(.i'.-   1*,   -^,��   V  P'-       a*   ,, yd'rf*-at- .JK ���-�����.'  {',���' VVftf -'T��'��'w''i.  >      '    Ir s��--- VPJ *a7s -     -  - i i*S'-n;^i *Cy-  ^;|'H^if  -1  . ,.   -, - J t.     j  CHAPTER I.      ,   '   , ,  gazed   out   over  gleam with ttie  anchored    ships,  tho   crenelated  mountains, black against the sky.   He  drank  the cool air burdened with its  itaints of the sea, while the blood of  ' his boyhood leaped within him.  '������Oh, .it's  line���fine,"  he, murmured,  "and this Is my .country���my country,  nfter all,  Dex. ; It's In my veins, this  ��� hunger for the uortiy , I grow.   I "expand." , , "      ���'     ' t      <���   X.  , ,  "Careful   you   don't   bust,"   warned  Dextry.     "I've   seen   men  get  plumb  'druuk on'mountain air;..  Don't expand  too   strong   in   one <spot."     lie   went  back abruptly to his pipe, its villain-  .otis    fumes    promptly    averting   any  y      danger of the air's too tonic quality.  ���'Gad, "what a  smudge!" sniffed the  '    'younger man.     "You . ought. to  be  in,  quarantine." ';  '   ' >'   "   <  ��� - "I'd ruther smell like a man than  talk like a kid. You desecrate' the  hour of meditation-with rhapsodies on  nature 'when your aestheticsi "ain't  honed up "to the beauties' fof good tobacco." '  ���        i  The other laughed/inflating his deep  ���chest. In the gloom'be stretched his  muscles restlessly," as though an excess of vigor filled him.  They  Were lounging upon the dock,  while    before   'them    lay    the   Santa  Maria ready for her midnight sailing, j  i   Ulehind ' slept   Unalaska,  'quaint,   antique  ana   Itussiari,   resting amid  the  '   fogs <of  Bering  sea.r    Where'a  week,  -before   mild   eyed -natives'had   dried  their cod among the old ,bronze ean-r  noti   now   a   frenzied   .horde   of   gold  iseekers   paused   in   their, rtisliv to   tbo  (new El Dorado.    They  had come like  , ' n locust cloud, thousands'strong, -settling on the edge of the Smoky sea,  waiting   the   going   of   the ��� Ice   that  ' b'arr.ed  them from 'their golden  tleece  ���from , iVotue   the   new,   where   men  found fortune in a night.  The mossy hills  back of the village  were ridged with graves of those who j  had died on   the out trip, the  fall before,   when'a  plague had gripped  the  land, but what of that?   Gold glittered  in   the   sands,   ho   said   the  survivors.  Therefore men came In armies.    Glen-  lster  and  Dextiy'had   left Nome the  autumn previous..the young man rav-  .  ing with fever.   Now tliey returned to  their own land. '  "This air whets every animal Instinct  In me," Glenister broke .out again.  ' "Away from the cities. I turn savage.  I feel the old primitive passions, the  fret for fighting."  , "Mebbe you'll have a chance."  |   "How so?" ��� l  "Well, It's this way.    I  met Mexico  Mulling  this  mornin'.     You  mind old  Mexico, don't you���the  feller that re-  " located    Discovert-    claim    on    Anvil  creek last summer?"    ,    >  "You don't mean that 'tinhorn' the  boys were going to lynch for claim  jumping?'.'  "Identical! Remember me tellln' you  about, a good turn I done him once  , down Guadalupe way?"  . "Greaser shooting scrape, wasn't it?"  "Yep. Well, I noticed first off that  he's get!In' fat���high livin' fat, loo, all  in one spot, like he was playin' both'  ends agin the center. Also he wore  di'mon's tit to handle with lee tongs.  "Says I, lookiu' at his side elevation,  'What's accented your middle syllable  60 strong. Mexico?'  " 'Prosperity, politics an' the Wal-  dorf-.Vstone-r.' sajs he. It seems Mex  hadn't forgot old days. lie claws me  into ii corner an' says, T.ill, I'm goln'  to pay you back for that Moralez deal.'  "'It ain't com in' to me,' says I  "That's a bygone.*  " ���Listen bore-,' says he. an', seelti' he  was in earnest, I let him run on.  " ���How much do you value that claim  o' jo urn sit ?'  " TJaid Icllin'.' says I.    'If she holds  rut like she run last fall, there'd ought  U be a million clear in her.'  '. "'How..much  'II  you  clean, up this  muiirsei-?' ���'-',���.'.���.      ���','. '  " ' "Bout four hundred thousand, with  ' luck.*    .'..-.  "T.ill.; says he. 'there's hell a-pop-  pin!, qn" you've got' to watch that  craurid like vou'd watch a rattlesnake.  Don't never leave 'em get a grip on It  or you're down an' out'  "He   was   so   plumb   in   earnest' it  scared  me  up,  'cause  Mexico  ain't a  gabby man.  " 'What do you mean?' says I.  " 'I can't tell you nothin' more.    I'm  puttiu' a string on my own.neck sayin'  this much..  You're a.square man,. Bill,  an' I'm a gambler, but you saved my  life   oncet,   an'   I   wouldn't   steer   you  wrong.    l-'or God's sake, don't let 'em  jump your ground, that's all.'j  "'Let who! jump it? Congress has  give us judges an' courts an' marshals"��� I  begins.  " 'That's just it. How you goin' to  buck that hand? Them's the best cards  In the deck. There's ii man comin' by  the name of Mc.Xamara. Watch him  closL I can't tell you no more. But  don't never let 'em get a grip on your  ground.' That's all he'd say."  "Bah!     He's   crazy!     I   wish   some-  grounding on the beach beneath. < A  figure scrambled out and up the ladder leading to the wharf. Immediately a second boat, plainly in pursuit of  the first one, struck on the beach behind it. ,.  As the escaping figure mounted to  their level the .watchers perceived with  . amazement that it was a youug woman. Breath solibed from her lungs,  and, stumbling, she would have fallen  but for Glenister, who ran forward  and helped her to her feet.  "Don't let them get me," she panted.  , ne turned to his' partner in puzzled  Inquiry, but' found that the old mau  had crossed to Uie head of tie lauding  ladder up which Uie pursuers were  climbing. " t   '  "Just a minute, you there! Back up  or I'll kick your face in!" Dux try's  voice was sharp .and unexpected, and  In the darkness he loomed tall and  menacing to Those' below,  "Get out of Uie way. Th'at 'woman's  a runaway," came from the one highest'  on the ladder/ ' '  "Su 1 Jedge." '       '   '  "She broke "qu"���  "Shut up!" broke' In another. "Do  you wiint,to advertise ,It? Get out of  the, way,"there, ye blame fool!' Climb  ���up, Thorsen." He spoke like'a bucko  mate, and his words stirred the bile of  Dextry.' . ,. ��� ,,t      ,  Thorsen grasped the dock floor, trying'1 to   climb  up,   but, the   old  mlnei  The old miner, stumped on ll is fingers.,  stamped o)i his fingers, and the,sailor  loosened his hold with'a yell, eairyinc  therunder men with him to the beach  iii h'isjall.        ,  '  "This way! follow me!" shouted the  mate, making up the bank for the  shore end of the wharf. '  "You'd better pull your freight, miss,"  Dextry remarked. "They'll-be here in  a minute."  "Yes, yes! Let us go! ' I, must ,get  aboard the Santa Maria. She's leaving  n'ow. Come, eouio!'!  'Glenister laughed as though there  were a humorous touch in her remark,  but did not stir.  "I'm gettin' awful old an' stiff to  run," said Dextry, removing his mack-  iuaw, "but I allow I ain't too old for  n little dhersioti in the way of a rough  house when Jtc comes nosiu' around."  He moved lightly, though the girl,could  ree in the half darkness that his hair  was silvery.  "What do you mean?" she questioned  sharply.  "You hurry along, miss. We'll toy  with 'em till you're aboard." They'  Hepped across to the dockhottse. backing against it.    The girl followed.  Again came the warning blast from  the steamer and the voice of an officer:  "Clear away that stern line!"  "Oh, we'll be left:" she breathed, and  somehow it struck Glenister that she  feared this more thau the men whose  approaching feet he heard.  "You can make it all right," he urged  her roughly. "You'll get hurt if you  stay here. Hun along aud don't mind  as. We've been thirty days on shipboard and were praying for something  to happen." His voice was bojlshiy  glad, as if he exul'ed In the fray that  was to come, and no sooner had he  spoken than the sailors came out of  the darkness upon them.  During the space of a few heartbeats  Clicre was only a tangle of whirling  forms with (ho sound of fist on flesh,  then the blot split up, and forms  plunged outward, falling heavily. Again  the saHurts rushed, attempting to clinch.  They massed upon' Dextry, only to  grasp empty air, for he shifted with remarkable agility, striking bitterly, as  an old wolf' .'snaps. It was ba filing  work, however, for iu the'darkness his  blows fell short or overreached.  Glenister. on the other hand, stood  carelessly, beating the men off as'they  came to him. IleMalighed gloatingly,  deep in his throat.' si's though the encounter were merely some rough sport.  The girl shuddered, for the desperate  silence of the attacking men terrified  her more -than . ir- din. and'yet she  stayed, crouched against the wall.  Dextry swung at a dim target and.  missing it.a-ivas whirled off his balance.  .Instantl.v his antagonist grappled with  him, and they fell to the floor, while ��  third man shullled about them. The  girl throttled a':.scream.  "I'm goin' (o kick 'Im. Bill." tbo man  panted hoarsely. "i.e' ���ie fix 'Im."  lie'swung his heavy shoe, and ' Bill  cursed with stirring eloquence.  "Ow! You're��� kickm'. me! I've got  'im safe enough.    Tackle the big un."  Bill's ally then started toward the  others, his body bent, his arms flexed,  yet hanging loosely.   He crouched be  wail near her aud she heard her champion's   breath   couching In   his   throat  at  the  tiirhteniug grip  of  the   sailor.  Fright held her paralyzed, for she had  never seen -men thus.    A moment and  Glenister would he down beneath their  Stamping   febt^they   would' kick   his  life out with  their  heavy  shoes.    At  thought of it the necessity of action  smote her like a blow in the face.   Her i  terror fell 'away, lier shaking muscles  stiffened,   and   before' realizing   what"  she did she bad acted.  ���  The seaman's back was to her.   She  reached out  and gripped  him  by the  ,hair, while her fingers, tense as talons,  sought his eyes.   Then  the first loud  sound of tho  battle, arose.    The man  yelled iu sudden teiror, and the others  as suddenly  fell   buck.    The  next.iii;  stant, she felt a hand upon her shoul-.  der and heard De.ttry's voice,  "Are ye hurt?   No?   Come on, then,'  or we'll get left/'1   He spoke quietly,  though his brwith wnsMoud, and, glaiie-i  lng down, she saw the huddled form'of ,  the sailor whom he had fought.  "That's all right.   He ain't hurt.'   It's,"  a Jap trick I learned.   Hurry up!"1  They ran, swiftly down the wharf,  followed by, Glenister and by <the  groans of the sailofs in'whom the lust  for combat had 'liceri quenched., As  they scrambled up the Santa Maria's  gangplank n't strip of water" widened  between the boat and the pier.  '"Close shave, that," panted Glenister/  feeling his Uiro.-it- gingerly, "but I  wouldn't have missed It for a spotted  pup.". '   ' ,'    '  "I've' been through 'h'iler exploslpns  and snowslides, not to mention na itri-  flin' jail delivery, bukfor real sprightly  diversions I don't recall,"nothin' more  ploasin' than, this." 'tDoxtry's enthusiasm was boyllke..        ' ���   '  "What kind of men are you'?" the  girl laughed'nervously, but got no answer.     ' '   ' y    ' i   .     '  They ' led ��� lier to their deck1' cabin,'  where' they switched ' on the electric  light, blinking at' each other and at  their unknown guest' -      ,       n  They saw a graceful and altogether,  ���attractive figure in n trim short skirt'  nnd long tan boots. But what "Glenister firsts-saw was her eyes, 'large and  .gray, almost brown under the electric  light They were, active eyes, he  thought, and they flashed swift, comprehensive glances at the 'two men.  Her hair had fallen loose and crinkled  to Iter rwalst, all agleam. Otherwise  the showed no sign of her recent or-  'de.il.       .'      ' ,'v     ��� ' y ' '"  i Glenister had been "prepared  for the  type of beauty  that follows .the ,fron-*  tier���beauty 'that may  stun, 'but that  has, the   polish >and' chill, of   a ' new-  rround,bowie.-   Instead this girl with  Uie ,calm, reposeful1 face struck a note  almost painfully different from her'sur-"  rDundings, "suggesting' countless  pleas-"  out  things   (hat  had'been   strange  to  him for (be past few years.  ' Pure admiration alone, was patent-In  Hie older in.m7s ixazc' , *  ''"I make .oration," , said he, "that  you're the gatnest little' chap I ever  f night over. Mexikin, Injun or white.  (What's the trouble?" ���'  i "I suppose you thin], I've done something dreadful, dmi't you7" she said  "But  I' haven't.     I   liad   to  get  away  from the Ohio tonight for���certain reasons. I'll tell you all about it tomorrow. I haven't stolen 'anything, nor  poisoned the crew���really 1 haven't."  She smiled at them, and Glenister  found it impossible not to smile with  her. though dismayed by her feeble  explanation.  "Well, I'll wake up the steward and  find a place for you to go," he said at  length. "You'll have to double up with  some of the women, though. It's awfully crowded aboard." t  She laid a detaining hand on his arm.  He thought he felt her tremble.  "No, no! ' I don't want, you to do  that. ' They mustn't see mo tonight I  know I'm acting strangely and all that,  but it's happened so quickly I haven't  found myself yet .I'M tell you tomorrow, though, really. Don't let any one  see me or it will spoil everything  Wait till tomorrow, please."  She was very white and spoke with  eager intensity.  "Help you? Why, sure Mike!" assured the impulsive Dextry. "An', see  here, miss���you take jour time on explanations. We don't care a cuss what  you done. Morals ain't our long suit,  'cause 'there's never n law of God or  man runs north of fifty-three,' as the  poetry man remarked, an' he couldn't  ha\e spoke truer if he'd knowed what  he was sayin'. Everybody is privileged to 'look out' lils own game up  here. A square deal un' no questions  asked."  She looked somewhat doubtful at  this till she caught the heat of Glenis-  tcr's gaze. Some boldness of his look  brought home to lier u,e actual situation, and a stain rose in her cheek. She  noted him more carefulty-noted-. his  heavy shoulders and case of bearing  an ease and looseness begotten of perfect muscular control. Strength' was-  equally: suggested In bis face she  thought /for he carried a marked  young countenance, with thrustin-  chin, aggressive thatching brows and  mobile mouth that .'whispered all the  .changes from strength to abandon.  Prominent was a look of reckless energy. She considered him handsome  in a heavy, virile, perhaps too purely  physical fashion.  ;'You want to stowaway?" he asked.  ��� I ve had, a right smart experience  in that line." said Dextry, "but I never  done it by proxy. What's vour plan?"  "She will stay hero tonight," said  Glenister quickly. "You and I will go  below.    Nobody will see her."  "I   can't   let  you   do that,"  she ob- I  Jeeted.   "Isn't Uiere some place where  I can hide?"    But they reassured her  and left.  One Who flat! Suffered For Years Cored by Dr. Williams' fink-  Pills  The symptom* ef -touiuv'h trouble  varv. Some victim* have a-ravt-nous  appetite, while utheis loathe the  sight of food. 0':oii there l- a feeling as of weight mi the ehe-t, a full  feeling in the tin oat With otbej-  there is an- intense p-n�� ��"d feeling  -oj nausea aftei outing. Sometime.-,  gas presses on the heart and lead-  the> suffeier  to  think  he  THE LONDON  LANDLORD.  disease.     Sick   headache   is   anothei  hequent and di-tiessing symptom.  ,   Mr.    Alex.     McKay,      McLollan's  Mountain,   M.   S.j   sajs;- ''For   years  1   was  a great suift'iei   fioin  indigestion,    \\hich  was giachially    gi owing  worse  and  worse,  and  it    would    be  impossible  for me toiiell  how much  suffering   I     enduieJ.      At   different  limes   I   had   treatment   fioin     thiee  grod doctors but  il 'did not help' mo  in   the  least.     Then   1   begun   trying  all'sorts of ,adveiti-t'il medicines and  took  ten   packages  of one    medicine  specially intended  foi   dyspepsia,   but  with  no better ie-su\ts. " I ,hud  piac-  tically come  to reenid myself a.s  incurable, aud to feel 'that 1 would  be  ,i continuous  sufferer! when ��� one day  I read in a'nevrRpnper of the cure of  indigestion   through   the   lis-e   of   Dr.  Williams' Pink J'llh, and I made up  my mind to guv them a trial.   I had  used   nearly   five   buxe^ .Uaforc   they  began to help me, but'Irtlo not vaon-  dei ,at this as my ca&e*was so bad. I  r.M'd in all a do/.en boxes of the piths,  ai*J they cured me completely.. 1 can  nov   eat  anything   v.e  raise   on    the  farm   for man  to  eat  aiui'haye    no  longer 'the  pains   and   discomfort    1  had endured for years.'.  It is several  years now sinc,e 1 "was cured, and ' 1,  have never felt a symptom  of indigestion-since.    1   am  well  known     in  this locality and'you arc quite at. lib-  ertj   to use what I say in the    hope  that-it will benefit some other sufferer.'* �� '      ���    ���  '  All* medicine dealers sell Dr. /Williams' JPink IJills or- you can get them  by, mail at" 50 cents'a, box or ' six  boxes for 52.50 from 0*hek'Dr, .Williams' Medicine Co., J3<-ockville, Out.  ,      -.-. - I ��� '     '  Scene���Fashionable watering place  in northern Britain;" English lady  visitor, who is .suffering from vtoothache -. "Isay, gardener, v have you' u  dentist, hpi-'p?" ��� ' ' - ��  H. I�� ; Tymnt, and  Hi.   T.n.nt  U ���  Sort of Slave.  According   to   Sydney   Brooks.   London correspondent for Harper's Weekly,   New   Yorkers  who  live  In   rented  fiats or  houses are enjoying n  condition   of  paradise  compared   with   tho  lot of the Loudon tenant.  ' The  British  laud lord,  he complains.  Is a tyrant, and the long le.iso system  la the basis rof,tils tyiuuny.J   The system of twelve months' leases that ob-  has    heaiti taUls j��� xew York is the Magna Char-  dentist here?  .   Old   Gardener���Yee.s, meni '��� yees,  -mem.' > /.   .       T        ' ">  Lady Visitor���Does he extract teeth,  with the aid of gas!   ' ,      *  Old "-Gardener���Bliss us a'.-mem,'  we hae aj'e,, guitl daylicht, here! ���  'Philadelphia' Ledger. .  All. mothers'can .put away anxiety  regarding their suffering , children  when they have Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator to give'relief. Its effects are sure  and healing.  '   ,  ta' of the tenant. It has done infinitely more for American happiness  than "either the Declaration of Independence or' the divorce laws. It  makes'landlords compliant and confers upon the leiiant u status of something very like equality.  To he able to take a house or a flat  'for a year, with'.the'option of renewal at the same rout���a rent that  in houses includes ull decorations aud  repairs arid iu Huts includes 'steam  heat, electric light and a perpetual  supply of hot water���is to .be a free  'man. , ' ,   '  What London landlords ,-aro apparently on the lookout- for is a slave,0  and �� slave, who. besides/being a 'millionaire, will outlive Mi'tbuselah.'-Virtually It is nothing, more thaii thu  skeleton framework 'of a home that  ho hands over to you for twenty-one  j,v��>'urs.   The tenant docs the rest,  If Ur icicles to add a new window  ' or to put in the" electric dlght It must  be, doije at his own expense. Vou tire  tq Imagine a procession of ^tenants  passing through every. lx>ndon house,  each one of.ihem laying out money on,  some pet Improvement of his own.  this one adding a blinar.i room, that,  'one, concentrating-on a gas cobhiuM'  range, a third Iavlhblng parquet' floor-  'Ingiupon the drawing room, a fourth  bringing the bathroom ��up to 'date, a  fifth lusta'iling-a , heating, system, and  so on. 'And every ,oue of,.t��iese, additions hecomps, In-the eatV Uie landlord's property: ' ' "  HISSING  AND  ENCORES.  To Redden  ������,   the Blood  Itich, red blood. V,<  -that  is  whut  imi,-,  'people need.       l K nc"ttJ,,���.  I    Eed  blood  to forr..  tissues,  to invigoijik   i? ^m  ; strengthen the ]^;!';;��^i  ���new and vigor tk t)l^j  ! condensed    ttIlt| ./"'' W,) J  form in Dr, A \\\ ('^A yA,^\  ��� Visitor���That, was a beautiful letter  T had' from your mother, yesterday,  Tommy.     ' ','  , Tommy���Yes, but I had to help'her  with it. ,��� /   '   ���   i    ,.  , Visitor���Help her "with il!  .   Tommy���Yes,  [ licked the stamp.���  Circle. -    1   ,        . ,   ,  , The source of all , intestinal t troubles is the .common, house fly; his  buzz is the firot symptom of' tvphoid.  Wilson's Fly Pad  is  the  only'tiling  that kills them aM  'Johnny���Going  to school!  ���  Tommy���Naw; I 'don't have'to;'the  candidate said he never seen a more  intelligent  audience   and   1  was    one  of  'em.���New Yoik  Sunr  The most obstinate coins and warts  fail to resist Holloway's Corn Cure.  Try it.  - He���I say, Dolly, may I take ,your  photograph ? You look so pretty  that I  feel I could eat you.   .  She���Oh, I see, that's whv you want,  me on ;a plate,,'eh?���Philadelphia Inquirer.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhei-a  .  L  DODGING   THE   SPEAKER.  One of the First Cases of Filibustering  In Congress. ,  One'of'the first' instanced of "filibustering occurred in  1S03 just after the  Impeachment trial of the Hon. Samuel  Chase, one ot the associate justices of  the' supreme  court.     A "quarrel   arose  oyer the payment of  witnesses.    The  house of representatives would pass no  bill  which  -provided   for  the  payment  of   those  summoned   by   Chase.     The  senate   would  pass  no bill  which did  not, and a. conference followed.    Each  refused to yield, and the bill was lost.  John   Randolph   then   attempted   in  the   closing   hours   of   the   session   to  have the  witnesses for the  managers  of the trial paid out of the contingent  fund of the house.   But the Federalists  were ready.    They  hurried  from  the  room,  and  when  the  vote  was  taken  the   speaker   announced    no   quorum.  Members   were   thereupon   summoned  from the lobby and committee rooms  Hardly were they In their seats when  a message from the president was announced, and while the clerk was reading  it  the   Federalists  again   left   the  room, so that when the resolution was  n   second   time   called   up   there   was  again no quorum.    Once more the sergeant  at  arms   went   Into   the   lobby,  and once more (he members came In.  But an eiirolltd bill was reported, and  while the''speaker''., was signing it' the  Federalists  a   third .time slipped   out..  The announcement of no quorum which  followed   was  greeted   with  shouts  ot  /aughter.    Randolph in a great piss ion  desisted,   and   late  on   the  evening of  Sunday.   March   3,   1805,   the   Eighth  congress ended  ' ', Eleven .Years.       " ' .  It Is eleven years sluce the Intrepid  Andree sailed away Into''Uie mysterious region's of the frozen north.,' The  fate of him and of his balloon remains  a mystery <wbieh probably will never  be solved., In his day, so recent as 11  was, aeronautics was' in -Its infancy.  Nojv, with\airshlps ,that can remain  aloft fort twelve hours, the feat he attempted,! Is nearer possibility. One  message came from him after'starting,  brought by a carrier pigeon to the  whaler'Aiken. It ran thus: '' - ,'���  .July 13. '12:30 o'k noon.' Iat.82 degrees 1  minutes, long. 15 dejjrees 5 mlnutes^tasL  Good speed eastward, 10 degrees to south  All well on " board. This Is the, third"  pigeon post.- >      v ANDREE.  The envelope was of paretiment'sat-  rurated   ]y!th   paraffin   and- was   made.  fast by threads to a tall feather of-the  pigeon.���Pall Mall Gazette.   '"'���''    '    '  '*.,.���'-'   t \ - -l_J-_" ' "'   '���'  . "��� (    v      , r r  " ��� Long  Winded   Statesmen.^"  Soon anybody/who'' wants ,to��� follow  "politics Intelligently will.'Iiave'.to go  in; the .flesh 'to'every important'riseet'��  lug.-  Read ^h'e speeches now'he-can-  'not'   This ^speech  of  Mr   Balfour" to  - the''Parents' league Is'one of the most'  Important any "public" manVhas"'made,  for years. Yet ihe Times does riot  report it in full. "Mr, Balfour, after  giving a resume of his previous polnts.-  sald"��� Thus the subeditor suppresses  Mr. Balfour's words as superfluous. It  really Is too much that even Mr". Bal-  lour must be bedeviled ,b'y subeditors  Wro wants their view of the relative  -importance of Mr.' Balfour or.any other  first rate maVs sentences? But Mr..  Balfour is cut down now to make room  for a debutante's gown or a bride's flue  linen,���London Saturday Review.  Origin  of,These  Two  Customs  of, the  Playhouse.  Hissing In playhouses Lad Its origin  In Paris in lCSO on the occasion of the  presentation of Fonti-nelle'tf tragedy.  "Aspar," Prior to that time suffering  audiences were wont to yawn audibly  and fall asleep when the apathy of the  actors and performances justified that  course. But on ibis occasion tho Indignant audience,' driven to desperation  by Ihe platitudes of Aspar, voiced their  aiiger by hisses., which drove the actors into temporary retirement, accord- 1\*j" i" " ���" V ��� ' "!**.'< N,;'."**'  lng to the testimony of the'poet Rol. K8d&Tuhl,,!U,1,WAW&  who .alludes to the incident 'In his tive |^ Hf( ' U��, ���*>., ,��,  '^Brevet do la Calotte." Hissing there- | There i�� Xll) .-Ul..V'" /��"�� i  after became fashionable.      '      -- j meriting 'with tin, t.,..',.' "<"%  The "first encore rioted in'the annals 'dose' is   bound  to ci'u'v"]     ^  of the  slago was  accorded  to T-IvIur J ".mount of good. ','   u *r��S:  Aiidronieus. a  Roman, pctor.   He was I '  Mra- John    B'.i>tili,r,   i.ra ���  popular   with   the   masses ,nnd   was ;��^;,^:',(f��. N   S, ��;��.,   *'  .called   back  .so   orten   to  speeches    that    he    In    sel  brought u boy to declaim for u.uj ��.��������: : nerve   food  has  fmi..     ",'"��*  he himself applied Uie5 gestures. "While   k.alth." ���      ''  fu"<M fci  encores became the rage'In subsequent  nges'. It Is known that'Andronlctis'. plan'  of haling an understudy before him l>e-  forp tae audience to share his honors  has not generally lice: adopted by  Thespians.���Show World, y   ���  "Mr.   Huggr-ird   caught   in<*   'in ll����.  dark hall,last evening nnd kiWd nu/',  said Ali.<a Pansuy; with aff.-eti.-d 'uulig-  nidirm.. ,  '���Oh!*   remiu-kffl   Miss  lVppjvy,  "I  wouldn't Maine hinidf I wi.o'e ycni��� ' >  "You wouldn't hl-iine him?"    . '  "I, say   if   1   went   you.'"-^Catholic  Standui'l  and. Time.-,,       o   '   '     '  ��� 1 _���   ,-k  Minard's  Liniment Cures .Burns,'*!tc.  ,."..1        nil" .- i  . ���,      *     *'      *J ,    rtr|l,.a   (.��� ���  repeat   his ��� J*J}��}^,r "^ ^> *���������*'< d3l  If   "defense ,,lJlJ hid ?ev,'r,i 'ty*l��.-l.n, -i rSl  ir    uciciujc , ^ confinement at, \n-\mo\   |   ���^I  r blin wlilie   jferve   Food  has  fu 1-V,   f'^l  51 lie P6rtrail��u.|RiBnitnn.(J, ,  Chase, M D��� th, fttm,in |f I  Book author, nn'on "vi-r, iJftl  Dr, A.W. Chase's  Nerve Food  in.'.    Ii  Precise Aunt (trying,to 'timnse Kntfli  who   inus, ("une .to-ppwiid-ttie. ��Iuy)���  "Oh, ,ue�� pusav wiislunc her facet   '���-,  ��� "Kate Oivh scorn)���She'��'not wash  ing her'face���-she's iv)��hing her<feet,  aiicl���wiping,V'tn on her-face.���Judge't;  Library. ��        , ,> -,    >t\   '���  -Simple and Sure,���Dr." Thomas* Kc-  ledliic Oil ift so, simple in application;;  that  ii child, can   uud��.is|uiul "the. in-'  ���jtructioiis. ����IJ*>ed" asvoa ,liniment -t)fr-  only   diieetion ,"is  to , rub.  and' when,  used as -i 'dressing to' apply.   The di-_  r."t-tions  nn   so  plant nod, 'nnnustak  able.'tip id they are readily understood  by young or old! ', ,       '   <l ''  , ''Toil have  three pair�� 'of glasses.-  professor." '; *��   i  '' '       '   - -   *  " "(Yes;! u4e orio'to read with, ,pne  to see id a distance with, and ,tlio,  third' to find Uie.other two."-��� Cl\rist-  ,i��ii" Work nncl  Kvarigelist'.-     ', <s    ���  , 'C��nifuri��!-'li.r,(    ... ,   ���,.  ���  Pi-mi at one,��if f j', - s,,-,/" 5 ,JH  , "SVMinmlVjin-" i>... ,Si,t -d^L  IVnn? Si'vinl- to iwl l,i.ri;^l  you, s^r.",'    .        ���   ��� '���  "y*S>-"    Mtlll     I'.'IU)     -JlllSbUl  ���>��'*{C    I     ".,     r"*H     "It    ,J1.U11   't\\  mightier  than  thv'^orii."   ,   f  "Ah, y(�����,"���' nidil r.,iifnaj,- '"ji  %t<i ulbo the man wl,o mvtnW i|  are, you not'" "        "    ���  Do. it..Now..-,Dufirclf!^cii [\\ttil  live.,apparattirt shnuUl U dishcl  Mt once befbre cjiiifikcai/ju &���  ^that' inuy"b.> ilifitcult' to w^m  -The smrest -renifdy 'U; th�� erk'tl  -.me tha ta in \M,tltiii. n-H-i! 0/il  Parmelee's Vegetable J'dK ^1  laxative and i-'eihitive .on the-bsl  Do rtptyleluy,' but try tIiriaB��i|  Irial will convince .inycW4hS5|  are, the v best stmhBch'regatarii  fan ]>e got.   v     1' ' '  Visitor��� What i-Ahe nirtaiujtj  thiit 'icelebration?    ' 7'  :,Native��� Srpator   ltullcmf' i|  north.'hi.��t ,w'mv-r to wji.-rKV  hns.^ returned in porft-ei" l.vi!^.,  ',Vi.sitor���Nothing uniiiu.il intkj  diere ?��,;���;   ,l  ���,,_,,. ,    ,    ,      . . ,.,;������        Native���Weil,  1 irisyii.    Ht'rf  The  final  luxury -0f  . tea^lnnking I bMy .Dwnoernl'     iUt   tw J  Ih* quality^-hich^distinguishes -H aw.} u^^^j'j, tha, ^*.l:w, ^.^V1  the worlds  best, as assured  user3 o! { ..... ���_p .,0-  "Salade." Tea. .-",.',      ' ,. ,' "��5   "- J ';..        -1 L���_  ���;   No dead flies lying sfaoutwhnl]  Ws, Fly, Pads" are uft-d ajd.��  l'Mlo$U-j�����Are'you a (jidiiasttj  . lorif'^.?'..     -.    r'��   , ",;  *���-, ��I'o\K's'*'(jvho ,i**',Uyi8g J�� pv����  otij^f^ion of JIua* ji->wt-(r*)���ffjJM  ' yfes "1Tthink r^c'ini "cHiJii'saiiiebl  Jislge of music.' *|  ' .JfoaW-sjj-f-f hoi dehghl'J tJitol  My iltnmhjier'i^. nlxxii iu nlny*"!  'hoiiKLhe very glad if }<>'i r4  'Kindly 'turn over In r nuiric b!|  ������Koyal1, Mngftziiu-.      ,   .   ,  '*Fellow-ciir^��.,,'*j''i.iiout��;dj the ca'u.-',  didal<!,,"if 'I-tuin elecU-d forHhis district I "shall., endeavor to yiuike .yoiF  glad .thai you did not elect'tmother."  yThat's right/' yelled the dry gooftV  box philosopher: 'ti reckon', one" will  ,be "a 'plenty.'*���l?uck.   1', .-������   >7   *\ -"-  y.'    .- y ,    ��� v-i ,? y ������" ia-'. <a -!V y  One   packet , of i-Wilson's   Fly   Pads  hii.s-.actually ��� killed a "bushel^y*- flic'/.  :.INk  "A   "YOKOHAMA'   THEATER.  "   -���       The  Next  Census.  It will re-i.uIre-.-in army of 70,000 people   to  take (-he   thirteenth   census  in  1910.  'The   tn&'<  0f   making  the, enumeration  of  the  oo.ooo.OOO   people   in  the United States, Alaska,'Hawaii and  Porto  Kieo aud  In Guam.  Samoa and  the Panama canal zone will bo one. of  enormous proportions.    It  will be the  most   gigantic   work   of   enumeration'  that has ever been  attempted  in  this  or any other country, and it Is intended   to  reach   the  acme'of  correctness  and thoroughness    Not merely a count  and compilation concerning the'population alone, it will  Include a census of  agriculture,   manufacture,   mines   and  quarries.���Philadelphia Telegram.  England's Premier Peer.  The birth recently of a son and hell  to the Duke of Norfolk ivas treated In  England as an event of almost national  Importance.    The  Duke of Norfolk  Is  a man of mark In many ways.    He Is  the most Important lay member oft he  Roman  church   In   Croat   Britain   nnd  acts to all luteins and purposes when  occasion arises ns British ambassador  to the Vatican.    nc. Is also the premlei  peer of Croat Britain, and the birth of  a son  Insures  the  continuance In   the  direct male lino of the ancient family  of Howard,  which stands  next to the  blood royal at the head of the English  peerage and traces Its decent back to  Saxon times.���Argonaut.  (To bo  Continued.)  "Are you  a benedict?"  "No;  I'd  like'to join a lodge,  but  my wife objects."���Louisville Courier- '  Journal.  The  Dangerous   House   Fly.  Flies cause  In  New   York  cliy alone  about  OHO deaths  from' typhoid  fever  and   about   7.000   deaths  yearly   from  other  diseases.     Last  year a   fly   was  captured on South street, ln'_Now York  (not far,from one of the city's biggest  meat and fish.markets), that was found  to be carrying In Its mouth'and on lis  legs more than 100.000 disease, bacteria.  Files   walk   over   decaying   nnd   fetid  .matter, for which Ihey have a natural  ��fflnlt.v; and .then,, entering  meat markets nnd  homes/travel over  the food,  explore the milk pitcher and! also light  directly on the skin of the household-  ��rs.~Success Maii.r.iilne.   .  Rubber Tires.  Plays   Last* All   Day   and   Some;  times Two' Days.  -Before leaving Yokohama I went to  the theater, which certainly was .unlike  tinythlng I have ever seen before.   Wo  sat on  the  floor of our so called  box  ind had tea like the crowd? A-tid such  11 crowd!   it was au endless source ot  Interest    and    amusemeut    to    watch  mem.   whole   families���mothers-in-law  mid   daughters-in-law.   children.of  all  ages and  parents? of different generations, fathers, sous and, grandsons.   All  had   their dinners   with them.     LitUe  tray?   were  produced���tiny   box'es   full  of  rice,  bowls containing  weird  rood-'  stuffs, pink.' white and green; seaweed  on  rice cakes,  raw fish and  nameless  yellow condiments, tea in  microscopic  cups, of course, with no mllk-or sugar.  The Jnpanc.se cannot  understand  Europeans  putting milk' la their tea, as,  according   to   them,   it .has   a   strong  smell.    The children were dressed and !  undressed   during   the  entr'actes,   and  people  smoked,  slept,  ate,   talked  and  fanned themselves.    It was certainly a j  great contrast to sec a. little "tnusuie" '  euch as Pierre LotI describes, daintily  dressed  In the-gayest "of kimonos and  muartest   of   obis,   sitting   betweeu   a '  cooly wearing uothlng' but a loose cotton jacket and an old  hag nursing a '  baby.    /Jthough It was true that most  of the men had little on and the ther-  momcter  was  S5 degrees,   the  atmosphere   was   not   Impossible,   ns   I   am'  sure   would   have  been   the case  in  a  European theater under similar clrctim-  ���tunces. ' The pluys, have usually fourteen or fifteen acts and last all day and  fomoflmcs. two.    This  particular one,  not   having  an   actress  such  as   Sadi  Ya.-i-o >o Interpret It,  was quite unintelligible   to   me,   but   I   admired   tho  grace of the actresses, their easy movements when dancing and the way they  managed  their tight clothes.    Imagine  my surprise  when  I  found out afterward  that they  werr all men!    Up to  few years agoamen n-.itl w6men die"  not  act   together  in Japan,   the  theatrical   companies   being   composed   of  either one  sex   or  the  other.     But  n  change has come over them, and there  are   how   mixed   companies. -JReminls  cecces of Lady Randolph GViP.'hIII h  Century. '���>.'  ���TOR ��ny  man   a Travelling  neceau'ty.    Thu iet is etpeciallr 1--  , gift purpoie* at thii ��ea��on.    it '  "  Ipsir of'genuine Ebony M1I1I117   ���  ' %vith sterling thioldi for engrain:,  plete  with  comb in real morou  folding ca��e.    The price ii  $5.00  Ryrie   BFtO?  LIMITED  134-136-138  Yonge '-  TORONTO   ,_���       M  AH Women  should assist Nature at tho" JI  when the system is ui's^.';'' fjj&gj  ous tone low and a fci-'i"^ St��S  prcssion or languor exists > fe$H  pcrience of over 50 J��rJ*. ft Jg&  the statement .that ikJ B" fc 3f-j  gives such prompt rebel,1.5  Rubber tires In  ivo three natural ene-  uiies-li^hf.  heat  liml' ������_���,,   ,hrctJ"or  which should be g��� in -dud against.  A Comparison In Weights.  A cubic foot of air weighs a llf tie-  less than an ounce, while a cubic foot  ���f water weighs 1.000 ounces. A cubic  fr)o of gold weighs 1,02(1 ounces and a  ���ublc foot of platinum 2,IM ounces..  Beet   Sugar.  The effort to make sugar rrom beets  dates back as far as the year 1747  --.vw'+F.��.??-r.'s HairVii  ���  "���/<B��4Sf-ll!,P��'ovedf  ���'"' one grei  38(9SSESSax��SMia!SSBSSKBM^^ ���U..U���IM    i ii imftLucatf-lig  THE     LEADER,     MOYIE,"  BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  AMERICA'S  (X-CHAMPION  WRESTLER  fS: '    ,  After my great wrestling   match  h J. Mellor, of Staleybridge, at the  stal Palace, England, for the In-  .ational    Championship,    I    was  ered with cuts and bruises.    I ap-  d my favorite   balm,  Zam-Buk,  i in a marvellously short time the  ���asions and cuts were healed and I  fit and well again.    At another'  e I had'a piece  of flesh  almost  completely  off my  arm   above  elbow.    I anticipated  being.'unto do  anything  with   the arm  a   long  time.    To   my  delight,  "ever,   Zam-Buk   closed   up   the  und in two   days.,' In three days  as covered with new skin, and a  days after, there was no trace of  injury.   I recommend Zam-Buk  cuts, .bruises or skin injuries  of  kind. >.- '���  '    < P  <���   ' Yours truly, ' -  ���(,      "k,-      ,'HDGH LANNOK.",  e    above,, testimony , (riven    by   Mr.  Bnon when visiting. Toronto   shows  the  jut value at   Zum-Bulc for   iii juries   re-  ted'in outdoor sport.  "    '    (  Jaseb&U,     Footbxll   'and' ' lacrosse  iyers   should .always    kocp -iJam-Uuk  hdy.     Itr  prevents    cut-i    and   injuries'  jklns   the    wrowc   turn."  "It stops   tho  Bn.and smarllnK. and licala.   < It ii also  J excellent embrocation,   curiae atifTueas,  going.    tv.laU.t- 'etc.     tired   and   recom-  jndod by  SliorriaK.  the   Marathon   wio-  t;' Mudrali, tha world's second   greatest  'atler. etc.;"/ '* /.     ' *   ",      .  |r all Injuries & Skin Diseases  TALES OFJHE DERBY  Mysteries of the Famous Classic  ,  of1-the English Turf.  A SCHEME THAT WEffr WRONG  The Plot to Rob Teddington of the Blue  Ribbon   In   1851���Leander's   Missing  Head���A     Dramatic     Episode���Win-  ^  ners Foretold In Dreams. '       '  IT It were possible to write the full  and true history of the Derby it would  contain  some startling' revelations of  strange  doings  behind   the scenes of  which  the  public', has  little suspicion  and no actual knowledge.  ,  ' There' is,   for   instance,   little" doubt  tkat'a  very different tale  would have  been  told,of Teddlngton's Derby  but  ,for   the   prompt   action >o��   his   wide  awake   owner. - Sir   Joseph"   Etawley.-  When   tho   Kentish   baronet  attended  the" York  spring  meeting of   1851   he  'was  amazed   to   And   the'bookmakers  eager   to   lay   odds 'to   any   amount  against his colt, who'was looked on as  a certain winner of the blue ribbon n  few  weeks later '  Sir Joseph at once  scented    mischief,    and,    leaving   the  course,  he' traveled as  fast as relays  of swift horses could tuke him to his  training quarters,  where^ he communicated his suspicions to Alec Taylor, his  trainer. >   ', ,        ���(���  THE  ROAD TO WEALTH.  It Is the First Thousand Dollars That  Counts.  "The thing that counts/' said n  man of independently large means  accumulated by hard . work, saving  and wise investments, "is the flrsi  thousand dollars. When you've got  that amount together you are l��  ginning to get somewhere, and witn  that start'>ou will want to keep on  ' Ihe red ink interest entries that you  see put down in your havings bank  oook twice a year will strike vou vi-ip  pleasantly indeed. As' interest on  your 'thousand dollars you'll get $35  or $40 in" a year. Your money has  begun earning money for you.  ''You've got an 'income now, and  you'll want to add to it. ��� You will  leave that interest in the bank, t^  be added to your principal,rand now  your interest will begin to draw interest, and, to be sure, you will1 keep  right on adding to your principal,  too, and 'every six months you'll see  those red figures growing bigger and  bigger, pretty figures to contemplate,  and you'll keep right along saving.  But the thing that really counts is  the first thousand dollars. Get that  and" you're all' right,' and you'll'always   be  glad  you  saved  it.  "For there really is nothing, like  financial independence or like having at, lea*t some money laid by:  Then ;if you want irioney you've got  it. You don't 'have to go to friends  to borrow and take the risk of being  refused, the risk of being compelled  to go without what you need. . Ii  you've got money , in the , bank you  can' go there and get it. There might  come, a time when you .would 'need  money for your family or for yourself  .,   .. ��� ,.������.,,���,���        ,       i veT   much.    Il'fa   a 'grand   thing   to  As the result of their deliberations;} have it where.you can get it.  "^"*'r -7 i|. a���  ��'i:. v'y��a;'.|  St^r^fr  Just send us  your name  and address on  a post-card and we'll mail you  'a Painting Book for'the little  folks and a quarter-pound package of Celluloid Starch. That  means fun for the children and  satisfactory starching for you.  Celluloid 'Starch requires no  boiling, gives a perfect finish to  the clothes and never makes the  irons stick..     t  Write to-day for this free  book and sample. >  Tie Brantlord  Starch Works,  Limited  BrantJord,   Ontario _.  COSTLY   CLEANLINESS.  Inquiring Friend���You've given up  booze? How did, you ever summon  up enough -fortitude and self-denial  to do that?  i Budger���1> paid a high-priced, doctor  $25 to teil me what was -the matter  with me, and that'was his sole pi ascription. By George, I couldn't afford to waste all that ru6:i��y!--. Chicago Tribune.  #$&���  ?��VALLDRUGCISTS5tfABo!.  and Stores, or from tho  |M-BUK CO., TORONTO, for, price.  6  Boxes for $2.50.  '   y (O. E. F^ford, Limited)      '  Teddington ,was at once removed to  another box. placed under the charge  of a'different boy and a strict watch'  kept over him night and'day. , Whatever scheme was on foot to disable the  horse .was", thus effectually checked.'  Teddington sooti resumed his place as  first favorite In Uie'betting and, as ev-v  erybody expected, won the Derby vrlthV  ease.   ^   , 0.     j '      a, ri  Another mystery which has not been  solved' lb this "day, Is associated with  Leander aud that memorable Derby of  1S4I.<. It was more than suspected that'  Leander was,'a four-year-old, but then  A Relic of the ^Frontier.,  fit is rit*>rs who picturesquely mix  fact and fiction to paint pictures  iea West   that./is  no  more..'-, have  i6okcU the most genuine surviving  loh red days on the 'border,. v In a  rniik'nt "shack"'on the outskirts  art Sill, Arizona',' thriven'an aged'  .oy'-ouie 60 summers.    Wrinkjed  Iwtil, puttering, around the post,  jpe 'bitudl  coin,,from   visitors, * or'  lo.iilcd by the govecnuient, as a  |uc cnr>l for "World's Fairs', and  exhibitions; is tins battered old  finan,  Geronimo,  who  baflled  the  ���Jd ,/ciice of l.he. United .States, for  years, whose pursuit, and  cap-  gct.-t the tax-payers a million dol-  and nearly depopulated the ter-  fy of Arizona during his. murtler-  ^plnndering raids of a generation  lie is the bust of the "bnd,In-  Bs>"  who wrote  red  pnge.4  in  this  Jtry's history, and the most nolor-  c,f them all, this Apache- whom  er.il Miles declared with great'sin-  ly was "the worst Indian''that ever  1."���Outing Magazine.  Se   Real      Liver   Pill. ���A     torpid  . means a disordered system; nien-  Jepression,   lassitude  and   in  the  lf.caie he not taken,  a chronic  > x>f debility.   The very best med-  to  arouse  the liver  to  healthy  >n  is   Parmelce's  Vegetable   Pills  are , compounded  of  purely   ve-  -ile_'yibslarices   of  cateful    sclec-  aricf no   other ..pills   have   their  (���qualities.    They do not gripe or  and   they  are   agreeable   to   the  sensitive .stomach.  fou   are   going   to  say   something  ful. ''declared     the   fiancee.      " I  Sit in   your  lovely  eyes."   -  fVhal'l'was going to sav is this.  uncled,   the   fiancee.    "Won't  you  a rubber band 'mound your head  gts. so as to train your ears not,to  out?"���Louisville   Com ier-Jour-  [l   Druggists,   Grocers   and   general  \s sell  Wilson's Fly Pads.  had   to  sell   my    aulo,     but    I  fn't  mused i   yet."'  low's that?"  BTon can got, most of the sensation  tlcming rugs."    T ~~:���.:ii~ r<n..~ir*.  rn.il.  -Louisville Courire  ijnard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff.  we are mariicd." said the  coiuse you'll shave eveiy  ThatV oi)c of the rules of  We all agreed not to niarrv  who   wouldn't  shave   eveiy  iVlum  of  Jnr.tr  club.  ; 111.Ill  Biing."  what   about   tho mornings   1  ��t get  home  in   time?"   icspondetl  rciimg man.    "I belong to a club.  I'luhi.iclpliia  Ledger.  Gi  mev-Kj'are  |s fine care that, makes fine  Mr! Use Ayer's Hair Vigor,  gW improved formula, sys-  |m a t i c a 11 y, conscientiously,  }d you will get results. We  |ow it stops falling hair, cures  ind ruff, and is a most elegant  jessing.. Entirely new. New  . ttle.    New contents.  locsjiot change Ihe color of the hair.  PormuU yllh ��moh bottl*  y       Bhow It to yrtur  .  dootor  Ask him at>out U,  than do mj. h�� ���*?���  lets  ^imi      Ylgor' "s now made from our  improved formula, is the latest, most  ifrVr.    an- In evepy way the very best  ^preparat.on  ever placed upon the  \t ",���     r faIIinE h��� and dandruff it  ��e one greai medicine.  -a, bj tb, j. a j^n 0< It0w^ jj^.^.  was not sufficient evidence'on 'which  to base an" objection to .bis running.   In  tho race his fetlock was broken "by a  kick from' Itunniug Rem, and beH was  effectually placed hors'de combat   lie  was shot and burled, but when a party  of sportsmen who wished to-te^t theh  suspicions' dug'up his body at dead of  night they found that the head, which  alone could settle, the matter, was gone  Ratan,, the second  favorite for this'  . race, was  made , safe by ^a cunningly  .devised   bolus,   but   who  administered  It was uever discovered, nnd,'rto crown  .this/Derby   as' the > most  shady  arid  fraudulent on' recqrd,   Running- Rein.-  'who came In  first, "was  found'to,be  none, other' than   MaccntSeus,  a   four-  year-old, and thus-an .Impostor of the  , first water.   'But wheri'lt became nepes '  saryto -produce the'horse-f6r, an ex  amln'atlon by experts It was found that  he,  like  Leander"s  telltale-head,   had  been'spirited away.'    ,.  In connection wiUi Running Rein, by  the way, a dramatic' story is told. ���- A  Captain Osborne had backed1 Orlando  for a very heavy sum. aud when. Run  niug Rein came in first he was faced  with the alternative of .blowing out  his brains or being declared a default  er,, He was just on the point of choos  lug death rather than dishonor, when a  note was placed. In his hand. "Running Rein," ran the missive, which  was from a friendly tout, "is an impostor, and he won't get the Derby  stakes. Guy up all the bets on Orlando  you can get, and you will make a fortune."      , -   y  The'captaln put away his revolver,  followed,the tout's advice and, instead  of providing work for the undertaker,  found himself ��1S,000 iu pocket  Few horses have ever started a hotter favorite for the Derby 'than' McGregor In 1S70. So rosy were his  chances that odds of 9 to 4 were laid  on him to an enormous amount, and  the money was considered a.s good as  won. To the consternation, however,  of his backers,, he seemed unable to  move freely in the race and finished a  bad fourth behind horses who were  not'In the'same century with him.  There was no doubt whatever that  Maegregor had been drugged, but who  the rascal was who did the dastardlj  trick Is as much a mystery today as It  was at the time.  It is of this race that the following  remarkable story Is told: During the  night before the race a jockey called  Swift saw the finish of the. Derby iu a  dream. lie saw Kingcraft, which he  recognized, pass the post a winner by  n length and a half, followed by a  dark brown horse which he could not  Identify and with Maegregor, the fa  vorlte, a bad fourth. In spite of the  Jeering of his friends, to whom he told  the story, he backed Kingcraft for  every sovereign he could raise, and, to  his delight us lo the disgust of the  scoffers, he saw his dream exactly re  produced���the favorite badly beaten  and the despised Klugcrart winning a  small fortune for him.  Uven more remarkable Is a story of  that great Dei by lace of 1SG2. won by  ���the despised outsider Caractncus,. ridden by rarsons.. the stable lad. Although Ciiraetacus 'was so' badly  thought of that Jim Goater point  plank refused to ride him and odds of  M to 1 were freely offered against him,  Vi tipster gave him as n'certain winner  on the strength of n dream in which  his blind daughter had seen the horse  wiu "with a tittle boy on his buck as  pale as,death." How vividly accurate  c.-as this dream forecast was admitted  "There's nothing mean ,about being,,  saving and -accumulating money. On  the contrary';.-it is every man's duty  to   make'1 himself    financially    independent.   I< don't mean' at all that a  man  wants to set out 'to accumulate  great wealth.' There is' nn great fun^  in' that.1   But-what"he does want to.  do is to get together ,enough' to live  on modestly.",. '���  ���,. ��� - t. :   L  .   DODGES OF COAL MINERS.  Dysentery corrodes the intestines  an'd speedily 'ea<s away the liftine,  bringing, aboui dangerous conditions  that may cause death, Dr: J. I). Kel-'  logg's Dysentery Cordial , clears the  intestinal canals of the genu, that  cause the iiiflaminjit,jon��� und by pio-  tccting'the lining from 'fuither ravages ,restorei> them to, healthy condition. -Those subject'to ' dynenterv  should not be without this simnle  yet  powerful, remedy.  They    Have1 iMah'y   Ways   of  "Adding  Extra  Pennies  to Their Wages.  In coal mining,' as in other trades,  there^ are miany,tricks'played. Seams  below- three,, feet are paid extra ton-  , nage, .generally a, penny per, ton extra  for 'each'Inch, in the /eduction of the  thickness of ��� the seam.    Certain days  are set apart for the purpose of fneas-  o uring, and many schemes are resort-  . ed   to   by   the r miner   to   make    the  measurement as' low as.possible.' Thus,  according to the ^inequalities  or irregularity" of the floor and roof, a place,  may measure 3���feet one day and the^  next only 2-feet 9 nches.' The miner  takes ..advantage .of  this  fact  by'letting his place stand for a 'whole shift,  and'sometimes'a> day,"when he comes  to   a   reduction   in - .the ��� thickness   of"  the coal seam/and it pays him, too.  ,' In other vcasca stone bands run in  the seam'of,, coal,  and they, vary in  'thickness also, but the'miner is paid  extra tonnage for the increase in the  thickness   of   the* band!  ' Thus,   you  r'see that it means (a considerable addition   to 'his   income   to   obtain   an  increased measurement.  A popular trick  among mine managers  is .to work the near and most  accessible'co'aljin the mine,"*, with no,  regard to system so long as thejr, sue-'  ceed   in  obtaining  a large  output .^of.  coal.   Having worked all the best dis-'  tricts,' they look out for another situation,   and  you   willo understand   the'  position   of   the   next   manager   and  the enormous difficulties and expense  to work the mine. ', -  ' The skyscraper had at last reached  the limit. .,' ' , , .���  '. "You are quite a traveller, 1 hear,'.'  remarked' the man who lived on the  ninety-sixth floor, of the Shyhy ho-'  tel, ,r <   �� '   '  "Yes," replied,'the man who lived  on the one hundred and thirtv-sixth  floor. "Though ies.S than forty years  old I have already , visited" every  floor in this building."���Kansas City  .Times'. ,   ' ,J  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the diseased portion'.of the  ear. .There is only one way to' cure  deafness, ar.d that is by constitutional  remedies. r> Deafness is caused by an  inflamed condition of the mucous  lining of the Eustachian Tube. When  this tubei is inflamed you have a rumbling .sound or imperfect hearing,  and when'"it is entirely closed,.Deafness is the result, and unless the 'inflammation can be taken out and  this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be .destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten ai,e caused by Catarrh, >yliich is. nothing but  an inflamed, condition of the mucous  surfaces1. ��� t.��- ,  We will give One Hundred Dollars  tor any case^of" Deafness (caused by  oatarrh) that'-cannot be cpred by  Hall's Catarrh Cure.,' Send for circulars, free. a '��� w ,  \Fi J. CHENEY  &   Co.,  Toledo,  0.<  Sold  by  Druggists;  75c.    .' '    '  Take ,Hall's' Family ' Pills ' for .constipation. .. ��� ���     y,        ���  ..'  .  Dis-Composing.  The sports, had been a great success, and Colonel Proudem, delighted  to be .recognized as a magnate in the  Midlands, had puffed out his chest  with pride when he presented Uie  prizes to their winners  Eagerly the next morning he picked 'up the local newspaper, cto see if  his speech had been reported. A  smile spread pver his face as he read  the -preliminary , remarks about his  glorious services to his country, his  many active1'engagements with the  enemy;  but suddenly he stopped:  "This battle-seared warrior "  " But the colonel could read no further. In a furious rage, he drove'off  to the newspaper office, and dejcnand-  ed a'public apology. ^This was immediately promised, and regrets tendered for the mistake.  The next morning his feelings may  be imagined as he read:  "We regret that through a printer's  error, yesterday we styled Colonel  Proudem as a 'battle-scared warrior.'  We should have said 'bottle-scared.'"  "Hubby,"  said  the  ob&ervant wife,  the janitor of these flats is .a bachelor." ' '   -,-  ''What of it?"  "I really think he is becoming in;  terested  in  our eldest daughter."' '  "There you go again with your pipe  dreams I Last week it was a Duke. '  '���Everybody's , Magazine.  Water In Goldfield Sold For a Cent and  a Half a Gallon.  We who can bathe and splash about  In cool, fresh water as we will can  hardly appreciate the Inconveniences  of a condition In which each drop of  water Is carefully measured out In  Goldfield the two problems of dust and  water give most trouble. There, is  never a time that there is not plenty  of the former and little of the latter.  Without warning of any sort great  whirlwinds come down the canyons  'and through the streets, carrying  blinding clouds of dust A blow of  some Sort Is .a daily'occurrence. The  line white dust .sifts Into the houses  and covers cieryjthlng. It Is a case of  dusting a dozen times a day and never  really having things quite clean.  The w;ater supply of Goldfield comes  from wells in camp and at Lida, fifty  miles    to    Ihe    southwest    Whether  .bought from {he man who goes around  with  a cart or  from  the' water company, every gallon costs op on average  at least a cent and n half.    At best it  is  an  expensive   luxury.     Every  precious drop has to be put to as many  ufees as possible.    Tho  bathing establishments offer baths at SI each, with  the.-bath  Joke  thrown  In.    The Joke  runs like this: In the early days of the  camp,   when baths cost  $2^  after the  man who had elected'this luxury bad  finished, a.s a  matter of( economy .the  water had to be put to fe'ome use, so  it was offered f,o a second, bather at a  reduced   price,   $1,   then  -again   to ,a  third ,for 00 cents and to.n fourth for  "two   bits." '   Following   this   came   a  few   feats   of ' dishwashing.     Times  have changed,  but'water  is still  the  problem of the desert.    Ice being too'  expensive  a'luxury  for  general   use.,  everybody   resorts   to   African   water''  bags. -These are'filled  and   bung  in  shady  places " where   the /breeze .can  strike them."   By jjuncturing them with'  a needle sufficient  water oozes out to  wet the outside., and  the damp  clotU  and air keep the contents cool.    Hanging on the shady, side "of every'house,  shack and tent, strapped to-the saddle  pf  every   prospector,   in   the   liand   or  fastened  to the neck of every Indian.,  is a water bag.   The weather, in other  places a' plank on which to slide gracefully1 into convert-atlon, here is a frult-o  ful and interesting topic for unending'  discussion.    In its variety, it'is unc-loy-  ing.    One su.rnmer Is wet���wet, for the  desert���and the next one dry. ' Usually  there is a little ruin, and when It does  come the'dowjupour lusts-only five'or  ten' minutes     Itarely  does  it  lay  the  dust���New-Idea'Magazine.  COFFEE   DRINKING.  Too  Yellow    Skin3   Often    Caused   by  Frequent Use of Beverage.  Did  the girl   who  habitually drinks  coffee three times a day ever stop to  think of Its effect upon her complexion  ?nd nerves?    If she didn't and needs  positive evidence of what the stimulant  is doing to her skin, let her put a corner of a white handkerchief in liquid  coffee aud watch Ihe staiu ihat Immediately   appears.     Piecisely   this   same  change takes [dace In her complexion,  though  the yellowness does  not show  -us, quickly.     Eventually,  though,   this  kind of stain is bound to make its way  Into  her ,.skln.   because  us   the  liquid  ,{oe.s through her svstern and Is absorbed it gets into the pores and by them  is spread through the skin.   The result  Is a dull muddiness of color that Is not  half so  often sallowness  as  it is  tho  effect of the coffee habit  Tea has the same effect In a lessor degree.  , Few women, however, can get along  without one or the.other, und there Is  no reason why both should not be taken  In moderation.,' Ulther drunk to excess  acts so horribly upon the nerves thut  this should be enoughyto'prevent "the  hajilf yet in spite of thur a person'go-  lug Into restaurants' frequented by  working women 'Is Impressed with the  unfailing regularity that coffee tather  than lea is taken.  �� There is practically no 'harm or certainly little In, taking a0blg cup of coffee  In the morning, always provided food  Is eaten vylthclt To call a cup of coffee  one's breakfast and go downtown to  'work having nothing else In the stomach will speedily^'ork havoc otfd I?the  explanation 'of III health among many  vyorklug women.  At luncheon coffee should be let alone  us'severely ns though it were poison,  as indeed it is, and If any stimulant is  required tea should be 'chosen. At  night if one has a late dinner there Is  no objection to a, deniitasse of black  coffee, because, the stomach being full  of food, the nerves are rot as apt to be  TOOKE  SHIRTS.  Do you ever find your cuffs a  nuisance when working iu your  shirtsleeves?' ,  Aren't they continually bothering you and hampering the free  movements of your hands ?  Some men use elastic bands to  keep their cuffs up.  But these are always unsatisfactory and uncomfortable.    '  The "EZIAJUSTA" in  SHIRTS ,  keeps your cuffs out of the way. , I  >.o   trouble 'is   rtqufrecl   to '[  adjust thein and no discomfort  experienced  .  They're ,very convenient  when working, rowing,  playing    tennis    or-   golf,  washing your hands,, etc.  These " E^IAJUSTAS "  also  prevent your cuffs from wearing  out and soiling quickly.  il    ,   '  i ,   i  1;  I I  ' y ,���   -j  t   ���>.  affecfed  Nolbin  Taoke Brothers. Limited   yv  20  Montreal.  will��so-qnickly  and   thor, I -Xs ^wW" *�� "hcn yoU, rfad *'f ���  oughly take coffee from the system as   "  �� l"& <?LT. ?��� ��ata'Pg and  The New| .York American of Dsc.  ISth, 1907, says the common house fly  is one ot the greatest enemies of man.  Jt is a solemn, scientifically ascertained fact that he is one of the wdrst  disseminators of disease known, far  fsurpassiiiE the mosquito in this- respect. ( Wilson's Fly Pads will kill  many' times more flies than any, other  article. - '  1 Rehearsed His Funeral, v  ," Inviting the brothers iu his lodge to  'gather around him, Joseph Sundlin, a  charter member of the Red Men at Advance, this county, climbed iuto,n coffin which he had made' fo his order,  stretched himself out as he will lie  when he is dead," crossed his hands-  over his breast and bade them' pass  around' and view liim. Mr. Sandlin is  a veteran of the civil war and is eccentric, .'tie Is sixty-eight years old'  Mr. Sandlin made a coffin oPthe best  yellow .poplar,''superior in workman'  ship and' quality.' and bought a lot in  h cemetery, and he has placed a inon-  ument over the spot where he desires  to be'burled. Do left the coffin in  the care of the lodge, inside of which  he placed, written instructions as to  funeral arrangements.���Lebanon (Tnd.)  Cor. Indianapolis-News."- ��� i  vu^y  iu*p cuuee worn me system as   paper kniie' ({     }  io drink plenty of water through the   ,.,,.,��,,���,-���    ���  day.    A half an bour^fter breakfast I W'NN'PE�� 'nBUS'NESS    COLLEGE  n   oin'ccr-.ii  <.i,���i,7  i,~ .i;���..i-   _...i    I <.��-   w-  Donald,   Manager.  a, glassful should be drunk, and very ! ������1  soon another glassful.    Three .should   QD_-,. .,  be taken in this way'throigh the morn- ) S^C-CIAI-  ing, not 'driuking any Ja'er than  half  an .hour before luncheon. "Half an hour  after luncheon ithe water cu-e may be  begun  again  until   from   breakfast  to  later dinner or supper at least i quart  TO    GRAIN    SHIPPERS.  It takes years to learn the,best me-"  thods of handling gram. We have had" ���  thirty  yeats'    experience     'handling  grain in this country, have a branch-  office at Fort William and close busi-  .-     , .  , ., . ,   ������    ness connections at all erain centres'  has been,taken. In this way tle sy(3- Ship your grain , through u" totem is flushed and much deleto-ious prompt returns and good services  matter is removed in natural ways. References,  Union  Bank 'of   Canada!  Manitoba   Commission   Co.,  MME. SARAH  FORGOT.  Mother���I can't see why you should  object to  llr.   Goo'dsense.  Daughter��� I never could marry  such a man as that. He wears the  cheapest kind of teady-made clothes.  Mother���That is mere idiosyncracy.  Daughter��� Y-e-s, but I'm" afraid  he'lLwan't me to dress the same way  ���Philadelphia  Inquirer.       v  Vegetable  Stones.  "There are vegetable stones," said  a geologist. "Stones, that is, that  grow  in'vegetables.  "Here is a tabasheer. It is found  in the joints of certain kinds of bamboo. It. is always round and brown,  like this. Here is the cocoanut stone.  You find it in the endosperm-of U12  Javanese cocoanut. Round or pear  shaped it has always this milk white  luhtcr, hie a pearl. The smaller  stone, with its pearly luster is a little  tarnished, is 'found in the pomegranate. It is pure carbonate of lime.  These .stones are formed from silici-  ous iiml calcareous juices circulating  in the plant organism. They are tho  result of a diseased condition. Man  himself, you know, occasionally puts  forth stony growths, and they must  be removed or the human stone grower dies in-excruciating pain."       ;"  Baltimore, Md., Nov.. 11, 1903.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Sirs.���I came across a bottle of vour  MINARD'S-LINIMENT in the hands  of one of the students at the University of Maryland, and he being so  kind as to' let me use it for a very  bad sprain, which I obtained in training for foot races, and to say that it  helped me would be putting it very  mildly, and I therefore ask if you  wculd let me know of one of your  ugents that is closest to Baltimore,  m. that I may obtain some of it.  Thanking you in advance I remain,  Yours trulv,  W. C. McCUEANp  14  St.   Paul  Street.  Chic Oliver Typewriter  Co.  P. S.���Kindly answer at once.  The Human Finger Bowl.  "I'm fond of the table d'hotos,"  said the table d'hote fiend, "but they  are/ruining the manners of the people'. The other night I saw the prettiest' girl at a table across from me,  so pretty I could hardly keep my  eyes off hor. She was dressed in  white, with a big white lint covered  with a white veil. and. hud lovely blue  eyes, and wlien shn had finished eat-  by nil who saw the finish,of that sensa- ( jng )ier poor. she', licked  every finger  Uonal race���T ondiin Tl'-Ttlts.  . - ,  A Sad Awakening.  Tlicrc was a youiiK fellow named, Jack,  Wlio sailed  on   ll'.o medical   tack.  Ills  rrlcnds said.   "Vou can  Find  him duck of n man,"       '  '    Cut   his   foes said,   "He's   naught   but   a  quack."  '..   ���Baltimore American.  Something Wrong.  Passenger (on exceedingly slow train)  -Conductor', the engineer must have  met with an accident of some kind.  Conductor���What inuk.es you think  so?  Passenger-We just passed a group  of two houses and a ba*"n without stopping.���Puclc  ��he   dad   oiy both  hands."  Two colored sisters living in a sub-  uiban town met on the street one clay,  and Sister Washington, who had recently joined the church, was describing  her experiences.  " 'Deed, Mrs. .lohnsing, I'se jined  do Baptist church, but I couldn't do  all de jinmg here, 'cause they had to  take me to dc city church to bubpti-ze  ,1110. You know there aih't..'no poolroom  in' de  church  here/'���Success.  The Pup's Picnic. '  A Boston bulldog owned by George  IT. Clapp was so determined to capture a woodehue.k which he had chased  into its den that he followed after and  stayed iu the hole all night When  the'dog had ,got his jaws about the  enemy he found that he could not get  out owing to the small size of the animal's hole. Rather thau lose his prey  the dog retained his hold on the wood-  chuck overnight and was helped out by  his master in the morning. The dog  was nearly exhausted and revived after feeding and drinking In a curious  manner. He consumed about two  quarts1 of unguarded ice cream which  had been set aside for a party. After  this the dog seemed still somewhat  dazed and capped the climax by falling into 'a bucket of lemonade.��� '  Worcester Telegram.  'Safety Valve For Vesuvius.  An Italian scientist proposes to supply a safety valve for Vesuvius by  boring- a tunnel In the base of the  mountain and letting the lava escape  into the sea. His idea Is to bore the  tunnel while the crater is iu a state of  coma, and he believes that when the  volcano becomes active such a channel would be sufficient to carry away  the lava, nis whole proposal, however,  Is not to let the lava escape altogether,  but to run It into molds and make it  Into blocks for u-:e In the streets nnd  quays of Naples. In all probability his  scheme will die a uatural death.-Pop  alar Mechanics.  Minard's Lininoent .relieves Neuralgia.  '"Mi\ Huggard caught me in the  dark hall last evening and kissed me"  said. Miss Passay, with affected indignation. '������',. "/'  "Oh 1" remarked Miss Pepprey, "I  wouldn't blame him if I,.were you���"  "You wouldn't blame, him?"  "I say if I w-ero you."���Catholic  Standard -and ' Times.���-  , .   .  Magician of the World.  What is the engineer of tomorrow to  lie? We have a suggestion in the enthusiasm for airships. The problem of  flight will never be solved by merely  mechanical means The man who flies  won't be n man who merely has to  turn on a valve or open a switch. He  will be a .nian who knows something of  what the resources of nature are. Ho  will be a magician���in fact, a vvielder'  of .'power.���Magazine of Commerce.   7~~ , A  The Great Actress a Sender'of Rt-'  markable Telegrams, " 'rt v  Mine. Sar.th Bernhardt is the' sender  of telegrams'almost as. remarkable as  somer of the Emperor William's'dispatches. '* '        , "  Ou'o'ne occasion the great actress appeared at- an entertammeut in aid of1  some pet charity ot Queen Alexandra's.  .The next day her majesty graciously  sent signed'photographs of herself as  a token of her gratitude and pleasure  to Mine. Bernhardt and Mine. Janotha.  The great pianist at once" acknowledged her- courtesy, but lime, Bernhardt, ^with characteristic "want of  thought, took no notice of the queen's  gift  JJa3"s and weeks went by, and still  she never so much as'intimated to her  majesty that the photograph had reached her, and at Iasc Mme.-Janotha .took  upon herself to write and Inform the  divine Sarah'tbat she had committed a  great breach of the laws of courtesy by  her neglect to acknowledge the,gift of  the queen.  Mme. Sarah, always original, thought  of what she^should do.,. The queen's  birthday w'as imminent, so the great  tragedian dispatched to Mme. Janotha  the following telegram:  Will you. my delicious friend,'present to  her majesty, Queen Alexandra, all my  best wishes for her happiness that I form  for this blessed day which saw her birth?  I have made a toilet ol flowers about the  portrait of the queen in order to salute  this day of her birth. I embrace vou tenderly . SARAH BERNHARDT.  .This telegram, forwarded at once by  Mme. Janotha to the queen, is now one  of her majesty's' treasures.  Grain    Exchange,     Winnipeg,     Many,  HOUSEHOLD - NOTES.  Bereft.  No wonder on  the sandy shoi��  The  breakers wildly roam   /,  And winds come up with sullen  The summer girl's gone homo.  ���Washington Star.  ���    Sad Case.  Stella���Did she. charge desertion?  Bella���Yes; he refused to live in the  auto.���New York Sun.  Back  to   Earth.-  I wonder what  we'll talk about���  Of thonj.es.there'll  be a dearth���  I mean when  vvc leave aeroplane*  And get right down  to earth.  -."i^wion^ Pla!*-  D*aJ"*.  Emigrant Dumping.  Britain still regards the colonies as  'dumping ground for, her Irreclaimable  criminals. She no longer sends them  out in convict ships, but when she sees  n colony recklessly offering home and  sanctuary to all comers she release*  her Jailbirds and 'covertly packs them  offtci'ilii' new laud.���Melbourne Ace. .'���  The   Helpmate.  The author's yoiing wife burst In on  him joyously.1,  "Oh,' Milt," she cried, "I -know now  rvhy the magazine'' has returned all  roiir stories."  Milton Wiskar seemed to see light  . ".Why Is1 it?"   he   demanded,   with  hopeful eogerticss. J  "It Is because yen have always In-  :losed stamps," said the young wo-  aian. "Haven't'you, ever read the notice on the editorial page which says  that no MSS. are returned unless  stamps are Inclosed,   i  k Never stir a cake after final beating  Beating motion should always be last  used. ,  It is said that if a little borax is put  in the water it will remove fruit stains  from the hands.  It is said that an occasional coat of  thin varnish will lengthen the life of  linoleum or oilcloth and make it easier  to keep clean.  Tho result will be more satisfactory  if in cutting thin silk or a vatiety that  frays If It is placed between sheets of  thin paper and the pattern cut through  paper and silk together.  The acid of rhubarb or gooseberries  Is partially neutralized by the addition  of a pinch of baking soda while beln$  cooked This makes the fruit requlr*  less sugar and does not affect th��  flavor.  Many women do not know that velveteen will survive aud even be im-  i roved by careful washing. Wash the  same as! flannels, rinse in'/cold water  and dry near the fire with the right  side out Iron on the wrong side or on  un extra heavy folded blanket  A simple cleaning preparation for  Ivory is hiilf of a lemon dipped in salt  A good rinsing In warm soapsuds will  remove traces of the scouring. Another'method, more complicated, Is to rub  with-a rag dipped iu a paste made of  sal volatile, prepared chalk and oil.  Leave to dry and brush off with a  rtiff brush.  TJnshrinkable  erwear.  can'tj ravel.  t  It is knitted  by    machines  1 V ^  that > lock' every  stitch. ���  We stand ready  to give you a new  garment for any Stanfield's  Underwear that ravels,  just as we will replace any  Stanfield's Underwear  that shrinks.  Sizes from ii to 70 inch  , chest���in 'light,   medium  and heavy winter weights.  * I o  Your dealer will ikely have  your lize ind weight. > If  not, he can get tnem for you.  STANFIELDS LIMITED  134  T3UR0. N.S.  If everything else in the  house did its share of  the work as well as  <��1  IC1  *5  S  Presence of Mind.  Few possess the quickness of thought  ind action characteristic of the coster-  monger's wife who exclaimed, "She  said'I wasn't a loidy,'she did, and the  next minute I 'ad 'er 'ead in the gutter." ������   ���..       ���  Hardened.  Tom���I'm going.'to ask yonr father  tonight for your hand. Tess���But you  flon't seerii to be a bit nervous. Tom-  Ko. I've been both a life *-^,.jrrance  lgent and a book ca*>--T'.��3er.���Plck-Me-  Up.  '  very few women ' would,  complain of the housework.  "Black Knight" does away  with the everlasting  rubbing and polishing. It  shines quickly and . the  hottest fire can't dull its  bright, fresh polish. .-  'Always ready for use for,  Stoves, Grates and othen  Ironwork.  It's uie best polish and the  biggest can for the money.  ��� Send dealer's nrnne and 10c  for full size onn If you cant  get "Mack Kul^ht" In your  town.  Tie F. r. DALLEY CO. UMITLD.  HAMILTON. Ont. 8  1       V"  k!!*  ' , -   .--  ,���>-(  '  ��'..  :-   '  ;y *. {/.,,���/?  * ���< " fr^i  v   Ij.,.'      I   .-���-  ��� '>'c  ���   i ,,V    ' "'3  '. '>-.   1^      '   *r'     *-91  ���t;I,-*.!vJu  k .      ,' ,    ' ".aP  "' V-y * \:4��jr  ^ ���- "����� H ~l*   vl%\&  ' ,y, 'ii  "y  f.V     '.  y(. v  **t f  -;'  1       ,v  1  ���Sit'  ill!'1  7'lR'  ������i^i'  ji-lW-Sv      1  .**���  W.    N.    U.    No.   710. .1! -1,
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| Eoiiise for a rouowal of my licrtuce
to sell intoxtcntiug liquors byre-
tail on tha premi'-es known as the
••International iiocel," Kings^ata
li. (J. '
October 22nd, 190S.    Albert Mttiz
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SATURDAY, OCT, 21, 1008. '
W.vtch  Moyie iaiiorove  in  ap-
Tako notice that I intend to ripply to the SiiperinteudaiiC of Pro-
^jviucial Police ^fter Thirty day.-"
from the first publication of this
notice f.jr a ren'ewal of my li«Jtic-j
t,o sell intoxicating liquors by ro-
tail on th.3 premises known as the
'■Jntei-narional, Hotel," Z\loyie.
O-t. 2-'n:l, 1008.      "William Kydd
B. 0. Cmnnicicial and Imum-^
coaneu a specialty. Rxeellenco and
-.wift jir(igie-B ciuiineti .'/" C ii'h de
par'men t. Purr nib .hould write for
p.ti ticulars. One muni a n«i>nr. s 'the
ji'ji.in; of the tliiiroiigbnP'jS of the
•Sistftre'niethrjt',3 of fetching. T'ermt
"uihiii nee .lauu.irv, April and fciept
['uplift are ,'linitt'-ihduriug term-
1   O. O. F.
VIeel*. TuosdHj tuning-u> ..IcOrcgor
nail on Victoria "irvt Scjomuing
Odd Fellows cordmllv'imHed.
JS.jble Grand. i5(Jt;r y-
St. J.iif.'1-i.o L<'<tBe !*«»• I""5
#S^" K..of P.
i^v'en the turkeys are chicken
hearted tibo::t this time of the
year. ' '
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M' :vJi.'s ;*y>'<>'}
!*yjy $~j&- -s
Take notice that f intend to ap- j
ply  to v'tho   Sapat'inteudcnfc    of
Miyio  i»  kno'.vu   both  Uv and  l'rbviucial    Poliua   after'   Thirty
vide as th«  mi-t thriving to-v\-n I days  from  the   first   publication
in the KuotoniyV. " of this'notico for n rcnowai ot" my
licehc& to sell tatoxi'Catitig licj'ioi.-;
byt'fttnil  on the  premises  knoWh
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a,& thv (..enti-.il Hutol in -Movie.  ■
■ ThiMilo    Hrand    Creamery
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Batter 3,pounds lor §1,00
' Golden West' Creamery
aud Tliistlo _ ]'»i'and ^ Dairy
Butter '2o dents per, jjountl.
iiiug liothl'is iiv.itcd.
U. 0. tiivBSixv, 1^ A'- U»J-'
Chancellor Com.    ' K. E.flnd?,
Slice Repairing
- , Mining*  Shoes
Blade to Order
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' It is very often said that Eve
had tho very best husband in the
world—at that turn1.
Tha land sale at Orebton ln&t
.-v.-,.-. ...■,....- - 'week proves conclusively that
llJS'^lSS^r- Vr-^-'^he people of that onterprising
'2$'j&il*'M~'?y2Q a burg  have  unbounded    faith  'in
Ostoboi- 22utl. 19VS.
ATictot' De-.a'il:ii'lr.
^OTICJD. ,    - '    •
T.ike noti-;'} that we   intend to
applj^' to   t'h'e   ydfjei-intend'ant of.
Moyie   Miners'   Union
,     No. 7I"W."F. of M.
Meetfi in McGrego,r hull every   Katnr-
<!ay  evening.      Sojourning   meiii'bers
are coidiallv-invittd to attend.
Maleolm'MeXeill    Tho». E. Kolly
,    ' President.; „    Sucntary
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T. T. McVittie'O.i:.,      ']' I.. S. Jt. Y. iMrker/C
K.HHVA'V   &   MIXING   E.\'GlKr.Ei:iXG
,'•' Estimates Furnished. \ ■_
Harvey,    StcCarter  &
«, Macdpnald.
Barristers, Sojicitore, JTotaries, Etc
Cran]3roo3£,   -   -    S
.MOTVE.'       ,       '      .    '.,
iu:ai» oracK, iohohto . - kstauusiu D .o.
b. b. walker, present        .    ■   Paid-up Capital, $1 o onn ntiu
ALEX. LAIRD, General Mana^r ' Reserve Fund,   -   S^QOoS I
DRAFTS  AMD   MONEY  ORPEBS sold, and money trarsJ   \ "I
, telegraph or letter.    '        '„'',, '
COLLECTIONS ipade in oX\ parts of Canaus and in fore
FOREIGN  BUSINESS.    'Cheques an£ drafts on the Uni^ c.  '
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Great Britain find other foreign countries bought and sold, la
BRANCH/ " -, .
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91'   /.l't vt'i? "-3 v
J'rovincia] k Polico   after    Thh ty
their siu'ounding conntr.v, for thel t}}'*£\?™ &* '^t' puDlication of J   " _   ?y\    ^'" l^° ,   ?
;    ,,     ..   ,     s ,'      , , ,  ' I this notice lur.n,   rene'val   of our / :,, ,.'.f ci.-a,, p  n   u' _ n-»
. l.u;k of tho land   was  bought by   ,.    . ,    .    „,„  .   .     ...      .. P'Mit oceele i. U. i>ox ^o.j
. i '.licence to sr.Il lntoxiciting hqnort?      ' ■    .-
*siie   home    people.' This ia   tbo Jbry rcfcftil oy.''tb;  premises kaov.n LCranbrook P. O. Box 11. '
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"light spisit.
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"YFhy do  the 'J.t'ps love  Canada
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The little children ci'Ipo.
""Why,  Liurier  loyer,    the    japs,
you knew."
The teacher dear replied.
• •- —-'Xelson Daily ISTews.
a^ the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Tdoj it
October 22ud. 190S.
'9   j    fz.mnrt.rn ,t-« <TM««m
I'tober 2'1'tid. 190S.
^      .Fraiik EvRausoino,
Aler Campbell.
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yGood rooms, KOMI   tahU'e aud  bar,
' ^' nnd-first clats sai«plii r">^*ai(», -
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Er.mk  Oirijenfcor,' tho   famoti&l
J    V
correspondent,    «iys    'that     the
IH-pvince   of   13.   C.'"has' guch   a
wealtli'   of     natural   . resources.
mineral, timber  and   fisheries,- is
suited so well to Cru'it raising  and
"to large and small farming and
,.     . i       '<       ■> '     v
cattle raising, that jt eventually
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will be tho  leading and  greatest
province of fcha Dominion:
AOO acres  of unimproved' land,
near Kings-gate, B.C., surveyed and   it?- I£*"USlJ_w
cvown granted.    One acre cloarcJ   -'<...       "     ,■■    ^    q y,
and shack built.    Eor terms 'apply,]      '      ' d^O^X2LlCl",57"
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o     Jame^j Roberts, JMoyie, J3.C.
y A '      ALSO
A ."5-roorn hou"c, netvlj'- pilntpd,
and papered.    Sitrr.ted at'M.iyie.
Apuly'to';~" ''Javkv R6i;kui:ts.
■Yoa Tfctafe
' Or. doyo'j open your mouth lllcc a, yoni*
{jlrd afcrf t'ulp down whatever focicl or medl-
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On election 'day in Vancouver
next 21onday every automobile
will be pressed into service to
carry voters to the polls, , and as
'a consequence the harvest per
auto will be $50 for day., All the
automobiles, haoks an! carriages
in Vancouver which it has been
possible to secure have already
-beeii snapped up for service.
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rr%  * ,v &   i«\jrj     »'tt
it* j'is."  *'y'-*''
Again there is a ru-,h   for  hou-
sea for the winter and rainy men
who (voiild be glad to bring' thuir
,,'".,.-, ,       .. n      .    .   -These authorities recommend tlio Ir.trredicnts
iamuies here   to  live   arc domea   7,rDv^^Zt:^'^7:vr^'^^T^n^uTe
k'jia mz^itc offered you ? ,    c t    ,
tyVpac^-aiAsn intc-IUpent tlilnklng ttoit.;
in need of\H\f from wfaknes.
pain and siyS>tViRK,'tben It m
s, ner^oasr.ebs.
s^ti^RK, men it means much to
you that thortVA wzc tried jin.l truo honest
rr-'dlctnt; C,F , nynwi ^nyiv^lXi^bu sold by
di applsts for Cio euro of woman'a tils.
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Tlio inakers of IDr PJrrcors Fcvoiito Pro-
scriDtlCn. tor the cus-e of wea".:. nervous, rundown, ovcr-vrorkc 1, dcb'.litaied. i>ain-i ackiyjl
■women, loiov.-lne tbib medicine to be m'R.iie'ui>
of HiCTcdi^nts, ovcrr ono ot which has tlio
btronKest, ijus.siblo indor&c-rr.ent of the leadintr
and standard' au.'iionttes of the several
schools of jiractice, aiu perfectly wiUiu^; and
In fact, are only too slad to rrinU a; thej do,
tho formula, or Hit of inyrt,di«."'-!31 of which
It is coawesod, in %latn Vnglidi. on cvoiy
bottle-wrapper. ,
fii     '   «b        *£t »H        -ii
Theformu'a of Dr. Firrce'a Favorite Pro-
ecripllon will bear tho mt/St critical oxatnlna- ,
,.tiO'i of medical eipo'.-ts, for it contains no
alcohol, narcotics, burrr.fol. cr hiblt-forrnlnff
druirs, and no aa-ent enter-, into It that Ls not
highly recommondo'l by the most advanced
and lca'diiig nju.iical tcaulicra aud tiuUior-
it'oa oi their several -schools of nractica
A fi« Siewart"'' & "GoV
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IlSSAL'LXIEIt    UKOS,   Tops. | u
Lar-e sample room dn ' connection
with house for commerci-tl men. Be
of accommodations.'
He.sdquaUersrfor   Com-
, merciul aud Mining Jlon.
QUEENS  AVCNl'IS,'     '       MOYiU,   B. 0
MRS. W. O, 0.£,IVER,
Latest 1F5;\ les of flats.
Residence^ Queens Ave.
. ,' ,'-< xs^nz^rirxsa?-' , "• (
pranbrook,! B,' C;
George H Thompson,1;
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W;,<R. 'B^ATTY
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' Embafmer and Undertaker, <" *'' |'
"" '',* ' y;,,' ./y. .t y ^y
Phone-3. '«'    ,   \ CRaNBROQk;
cure of e.-actly the smne ailments forwhlrh
s advised.
j. c'„w ,<ri -a,,? ■
."rf-W./J"'   ,'^>i.
that opportunity,  ,and   the* town 1 £lK12i^^j£5LSJiP£^l!
■ i      '   t» i ^-';-■'«..Tt?,ia ,."?.ync<t im^Jjiii116 *'     	
is out this   money   which  is   sent *      "*,=2°*aviri*'w£* '£'"'"" ■"
i u fc„ . .  ■;  'k„-      ,i j. Ho other mcdicino for woman's ills lias any
■«dse vhere to muntam these fam-j swhpxofcsstonQicndowcincntasDtPicrcoi
iliria IT'i'fi. nn oilnnn -I'lil-t- fir i.l'*avonU» Preset iption has received, In thoun-
Hte".    ii-ic is aa oppottanitj  loi j Qu1im^ rtcOTRracncUtion of each  of its
'i-oni? persons   with   sma'l    Ctoital    several in,7icd*.cntaliy scores of loadlntr modi-.
i cal men of all   the sptiools ot practice.   Is
to m ike the safest kind of  an  in-1 such an ondorsenwait not v.orthy of your
I cousldcratioa ? ,        .-  ,
vestment and bo   gaoikinteod   b;g, *       *       * l    *       *
i. - • '"- TJ0°!'-let ot liifrredicTlts. with numoioai;
1 etui us. authoratlvo profcslonal endorsements by tho
leadmcr medical itu.liontlcs of this conntrj'. i
will bo mailed free to any one sendlnii nama '
and address with request for &amo. Addicsa !
Dr. B. Y. Pierce. JJuiTaJo. N. r.t   - C  _ ;!
o       '    XOT1CK
' er: \N-BonoK r.AN-D district, nioTiticr
Of KOOll S.IY.   , - -     v
'JaKL notice that Charles C. !"/irrell, of
-v.!o;>ie, li. tl.QccuuRtlouilliner intends, to up-
tilj for ]iu:uus3iou to xluri.huse the fol'oivirjy
dcseribticllanria,— '      , ,,
'Cuiamcut lap; ..t a post pliiiitad 0:1 the north-
en<.f. -oriici- iif Lot No, 3)03, Giouji One (1),
Koolenus 1) Btc.'ct. thence qii.t, 10 eliiiias,
t iiiHcu sou-li' iu elinins; tin-are weit JO clui.ii-.:
slieiiee north Uchuuis to polul of comiiK-nc_.
nieiit nnd ooiilituuii); icoacres incireo: lis).
I'a'vi'd c"ptcmK-i loth, 3r.,s,
HOTEL, -'   ':  '   ''\ 4
"This? hotel is  npw under  new
mansccme'ut, arud is first class
'    *- 7 >■
^^'in every respect.
, 'B.' E.   TAYLOR, STgr.-
Victoria Street.
Win.. -Jewell" '■-
Express find G ener-
al",-.Delivery-   Eusi-
- , ■      ' i'
-ness, '. Livery ^anjl  ,
Feoci 'Stablei.    ' '   '  .'
;■'.  %, , Tor'  'ale.   -^j;'
'  *    o ,-      'Leave'Orders^at.ff   "„,\<
■   /-,.   -  Gwynucis Store.' >>,      ^ «,
' ■"     ■   •: "". >-•'-" V-  i '-.-       i "" , '
IJIoyic,   „   ,      y British Columbia
--y 1 ; r- y--/'--" .-■*'  i -  ^__ -!
sendIy'our1 -work'" to the
1 j      ■ " ' *■■' V
;;. KOOTENAY'/   •
STEAM: ;;■"•;;   ' ' -
'/LAUNDRY.  '.!-
- All White Labor.
mperiy ior sale.
( -,0 i'i i
1 , Insurance, Real- Estate,' Collections
rZ>.  >  ;
ft-*.     -,..*^.u „ '
:'£ar'go assortment of GO-CAETSaii BASY-"
-V ^^CARRIA^SS/vi'nccsdrbj^1,^1^. .   \";.
;Cr anijf ook ? y(fe: 0 tej&i'' v ■' ll
•Meadee-seoeoseeoeMc eoosassseeosoeas ©see osss «^*«
?       Jfl II  8-1 IK   ' H.'if'i S   wt.ki
I     myilJUk      '.II"UI1jj^
4   ^. K J0IIJVST0JV
L^ave work with th'o kical agent
I Thij, Hotel is Nev7 and well Furbished  «,
*      - Sw s*a5 S?^2:lied' with ■ the Best ill
©        ^ai set affords. The Bar is Tilled v..-|
1 the^est Brands of Liquors and Cig-'
2 •   <      '
"AN0 ai'JNING KEK'     ' "".   '     '
BtOYItC — _
— — - — IlBJTTSnCOH
r: t? 'ttt -.v Ti.ryji--t
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Ft) t SALE  in"
F   A   HU'f
MH'K i:.
ru tv'ri' o(>ic i„\vn i.i-iuitT, r):-ii:ifi
'M' I 1-J-f K'n.i Ik, iv.
1 AM" ; allie !'i- ' (.-i-.il.r'nn 'VIitii^   ".".j i-iv
I., iiili.l  Kith   i.'. l   n'lii'■ li'   M.>  it, r   r    0-
I . 'ijii,' i.i Mining   Co..in r.   ,  'i.'i.rKt.  s.,.   I
j fa-;"'-ini--.Ion lo  p'ln li !>>'  tin;   follouai;  .1. .
| ri'.ulbi. N   -
| Com],!'.:'!!.']!,.' i' " ,ost ■>'m'a 1 oi 'a 1 •-.
| bouufia-. o 1, il 7v»-i-k!r.Mi|> - 1, k.i.) , t.f-\ la-
i t-iot, II. ('. 2.J .' o- so ith 1 i ih- ics , ln'Mi'.-
vvv-; fn.in Hil Noit'l !"■- c» hit "I mi. 1 la
'.1,2 lln nee -(.mil l'J ('. tfn-i ,,. tiniir.t'.s \, x
. l,.r»'I .-'.'.nii'ii'..iij ii'-i '! ).,! 7" ' lI'MKit
•lie*, i l J.ti^l '>sJ lat tul i'l -'i n t. l ii...-lx , J
i.ivvir "-50V it" T.h!:", tliioir j f.i'lcu pi;; tin h.i-li
vvn(^-marlt ui low .T Mo. it-I i'a- in ,i no.-tle-J..
'I.i' i tio-i a f"1 a.i'ii-i uf -il'. 1 ft-(.* iiioit- oi 11- "•
lv> jio'ik vn < oin.i.^iK. m^..it, c.n'a.ijni^ IT
a'-ies niore or lc-s
c\MHiti \n mims"',  ( o'i. ,vv, I r\un n
(-.'iv  , I ii    is vl   I.Ml Ml I . )
.. Chif. A. Maciv.'iy,    A:i%'ik'
DATIJ Septeinhur,.3'.'lli. 1'J'OS.   . .   .   ■'
XOT/CK, .     .   '
Sni.:THEK\   u'lViSki.v   KAST |l-:ofJTKN"A'i
r.!,\N'imrs'i'Hi"T.' irisrr:i,CT.or.'KAiT koot
TAKKnotico'iliRt wni'iam I,n-.-.-«,in  ...n,] .j,,],,
WiiiMilimill. of  Mi.ivii'7 15.   (... i>r-oiii.ation,  :nii,
-rs, inljjnij to'iti.ply i'.i,- •;i..-r'nis':ion to fiiiit-liiiy,
ihe f.iJIovvin^ il,-.-'i''iIh,-l ir.n.lk—
('r.illlllalir'ill™  ll! :l |. ..!   -,,!..,,,,..]    Kt   ,j|r,   y,-n..|,
'::.-! r.i.filer...if l"! Mil , t li'.'il -t< t.wi'Uiy ikiiln
-.i'.l r.11 j..■ -.-.-imyr Un: ii.'•:!.- Ijniin.ilr.rv i.f .syi.i |,,i
liiaii-,. ek'.l'!y elaiiia ii-.i-ili ni.,.,-e .o-l.-ss to t,'.,
-oiitli lii.'jii.Jiiry of (i. U. i'tnyi'll's liinh.-i- li:,[.
li.-i'rx. Ivv..':ily..<-!ifiijis eitsr nio-u or le-s (,, ||,
... c.t .li..ire ,,f t"-v I'i.:..-.- jVi.vii.'.' I.;t(,-.-• tlicin-
r.'.ll.ivi'ia. s.i.'-l a'k.i a,a-,l aa'i:;;\v,i.,is to 11,.
;>,.„'m ui i-i.aiit;,'i.' ■ -ya.-.
-.■•!.' I! '. '.! .'.A".--"!'.',
.! ■!f V  '.V (' :;-,t;;i:,:i. -y.
.MATE Hi.-„iv'lii;'.t:: -':»,'. I','7"
cit \N"r.itooK i t.vii uivrarM-  i>i;tpioi    -      1 '.     j   -i j •.        n-   ^f &»/ * \ ?¥ *« D if* V, w  ^^S^
lAk-i. ,i..it, ti,B. «. j. w. ii,:, (l. „,,..'         i •           '.                  •                i       k^f^J^-i^iA^X^
'.."-. i. i..m. oi >io a., h. c „.,, ::. V,  illl<! ir..>.pcf1 our fpiiiij; £'0(j(I-    «*4*<-fi-ftflj=3S*- ^^^Ss-^
V;:^:^..1;;^;;^^':,^^ cohere.
We  cuaratyo  all
1  -'•'"'"'    <     -    !"-t    pi .'.-. :   Jui|. „>r
"      "'"'!l     N'" ' i *' "■■■'•" I"-   of   j.',-'-, ,;..i, i,
'■I A'. L  \i.'ii..l il,   ^ i „|,,,., , , ,   iU,(    lll|rl)l
I'lil-nins, Cii. ."-c  ■ ll , ,„   ,,    [„    , .,.  VJMl]
IJ',":'1"   ' '•"' '        -'   W   e,  .1 ii i,j   ,,o,nr  <i
o-.iii.t-'.c. .i't-i.-, mil u ,1 i,ij,iirf oiH. iiiiij(;rL.(]
lll.lv. vt)   ...111 ■-, IHilTw ',.   Ie-    '
:.ot; \ i., nn n.
1" 1 j. V.    I itch.
.'Al E Si'j.teinLc-;>  :'i!i».
ilovie .Beer
As   miih tiy Die  present brrwer   is   admilUiliv
Ij'-'sI Uecr in Ecst ICoolcnny. With thu Bern M-iitt
ji« Ptiwt, Spring U'tiier it ia unexcelled /or qn..liff.
Insist on'having Moyie Boer,    '
Bottled and Draft Beer.
fit wr.inoif r »•..) j,. j, (v.rj r-ivinrci
ji- -ounii-.iiiv jit\ ]>'u.n i;a>i Ko.rn.NAV.
T\K'-: nil. ( •!, 1 li'.'irv J (<„,,„ rof Muvk
1 (' oc(.ii>.ili,jn I hi-„v|ilit!.. ii,;, |..is .„ j^j.^jj
orp r'ni-u'i topur,'lasi- tne   fo'loi', in,;   ULv
Mil' ,1   llllltK.
< omul, i.cm.:iitr. I.o-,r ,.',inic,] OI1 ti10 „,„,,
.i-iii. of the- Miivi. i,-.ir iihotit ir.l vinK scml'.i
if ".(' Lillle Mov'ie r.v.T, llicnce «fl lOihiiins
-Deuce Nortii .'W'eiiHtiji; thence KiisJy Co elinins;
'iiorc or less to ..Movie rj ver, tlioiioe south along
-ivorhaiik lo pdiut o, ccinnieiic-omeul, contaiu-
iUS 100 ucie.i more or less. k     . "   ■ ■  ■
;t,,t.i-ui,.im     •a',1^ttvJ.cobi--'Eit:
int1, (icr
s Right.
M 'luhj.
ic 'j uilor.
-     —..—_	
c ii.  j:
-oasic & (
Excursion Hates
From I&GYIE   to   Victoria, B. C. $22.35
.S.'lhni: dnte-v'-i'fjt.   10;h   to  21th.
j Final jrt( tiun Liuiit, Sept   'iOJi.     i
ski W
© MHf Y
© ' -uji'.'y-^
i ,  , JxS» "*  f*K"
-—-, —"    fri*V
-     '  WJTij:i.:,
ciiAN-riRootc uxi, rusTRirri',  DisruKn
TAKI-: notiee thai f Wiii.M<.-.li<,',ief.ll. 0f Moyie
Nelson, B. C.   §4,G5    ;
.S'-lltnp;    dtfccs  Kept   21st to   J."it}>. i
l'"tn«.l He turn Limit S -pt. 2(ith.       '
CONTRACTORS      ,T   _. , . .  ,A
y - New   Westminster-- or
Our Work is our  Advertisement Vancouver
Hellinp dates   Sopt-.   20   to  0..tt  2!
Final Return Limit Oct. .7 th.
Hkaj/- *OfI'-u,'-.'':
CllAXllROOK    ■''      J .
];. c.
■i.i:.wc.,,'i'tai'.\iii,,,stiru.J'or,liii(!iiiisioiii,!7   V   S   ! 5|<r'irr'-1   /Vm/iV  P   T
(:..!iui-..-iii-l:!i;i!.l ii ;,n«l  pliinle,! on   the  shore
■ f Miiyii- l.i'ike iili'.iiil    live c-)'.iiiiis . iliMiint  in   »
mill   W.Kterly ■•lireeiinii fr,im -.lie Nunlr ' W.o«i
(.I'E'f YOl'JIl
CoiT'esponditiKi.Tatofl from other
points. Apply ;t.(i local ticket
agents for berth reservations, ote.j
7  earned. Got J.H»ui.^lXo' l   .^|§^
An up to date •■ stock of'-, rpliable ^d
good fitting Boots and Shoos, ■'&&&'<>■
and Lumber boots to measure^ ^'olJ
$S'.,00'up. j
1 .UItj
■...ii..r,.JI,, Ka W T|,V ,^..Sh«re m|„.'r,l [BEEAD,    CAKES AND! ,'f   „   •
il.'.mi-, lli.'ii.e vvesi-.'0 oli.it,,;.; 'thence sojiih  -«v | ' ""'!', iO.   M ;? I [''] I '.  ), yr    ( }       P    A
in in-; '.ti-m-. ■ oiMkoei;,,,;^. ti, ,.,„.,. ,„„.,],,.',.]v i PARTPy '   '    "■   I ' ,,,•   '.'    '      " '
Och,lli!,l<,i.v,i.,t„( er„n„.e„,.e,,„,„,, un.l eon- j ->--- -*■» J. , \\ ,,,,;,,,(':r,    JJa
•llli.tl.r  '■'■> UCr..'.~.  imee .".' I'a..
'■.   WILLIAM MeiiOC'.iALL.
.'. :i a '. ; a.l-j.  ii.j. ■
FlloM ■ | J. E. riiGOTOJ*, D. I.'.A,
' Summers ,& Hamilton,' ' ^.l^ary, ,y
B.   o ,   ■■  v^a ©      ja—j,
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