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 Kj*����*\*r        "^  "r^l *  % -  \  i  11  <��� ,  r  $  ,1'dtivt At  A^     'J  TT  oo  irnTS N 0" 2S{CTQB^^  MOYIE, B. C,   OCTOBER 28. 1905.  ��3 A  YKAii  To think' about, buying your-, winter  supply of,VEGETABLES, . We-are, in  hotter position Hliari ever to supply  t^r needs in^airlines of goods: Get our  Quotations ';opvegetables,: gutter', and  ?^sbefore you.throw away.your money.  Wp can save! Vou^moriey, and that is  vhatVou are;iooking';f6r.i. It is not, economy to buy cheap.stuff/; We buy the bigb'  class goods arid can;;cqnip are prices with  ^iowest.^|y^?;i:t:v,:;'(;^ ,^    ;  DAMCE'FOft A  GOOD CAUSE  LOCAL  NEWS.  Raise Money to! Euyj  Fire   Hose,  GUP  Good Work<bv thd Ladies  ���  �� Duly * Appreciated   bv  ' " -the Business Men,'  ��& U'  Jl '-r.W^.^-u-* '*!!*{*  . jfn -, to; ���s'{; u .  . <"  ,-a'  ' Hi.  Again     the ladies of Moyie  have  como, to' the reecua'^of ,-tbe   Moyie  fire'  brigade.     "Recently "two j ,"hundred feet'of hew hose was ordered  and  the money hadrtoJbe raised to1 pay for  it.   The raising of money by .the" cirT  cubting a^sabscription   is ta   difficult  task, and'Vone; know 'it* better ;than  those w^ohave^ha'd^evp^rience-'at^ it.  A'cbraniittee.^of 4adie\ decided   to  giveYa dance to"raise funds  and    their  efforts^ rwere-met", successful "The  committee consisted'of thV following:  Mrs Cpi-f Foote, Mrs* Foley.  Mrs.*,&:  Af. King and Mrs. P? J/Mc.Mahon, and  they ���'are deservi ng��� off the highest - of.  praise for,their good work." The danco  Thursday evening, was; well' attended,  "and when alljhe monoy^is   'collected  and the bill,* paid, there will be(\$50  or  over1,'to "\iie gbod.7/Tbe   committee  wishes to thank all those who'contributed sanwdichesf cakes, 'etc.,  for' the  supper. (   ^ (_    ~      " v_,  'The handsome,, silver cup which1  was'woh^by'the Moyie UaWin.the hub  arid hub/ace at Cranbrook- on^Libbr  Day was vo'ed by, the team", to ~(). *. "A*.  Foote, chief of' the>rigade, arid''it" was<  presented.to him during Uie -'evening  Mr. Fontolhas been a faithful and un^,  ceaJ'ing'Jworker forVtW upbuilding'Jof,  '\rJr���vi yT?iro'> dpnartment.kand   the  E. A. Hill was in Cranbrook '^lon-  clay.       r      ' i ' "  See Foote. the tailor/ about yo.Ur fall  suit. , "*> ,  ' '"Hooligan's   Troubles"   iu < Eagle  hall tonight,   _ ��      ��  s   "     r i    l  Miss Struve has opcrled a  millinery  stora^n the,Farrell block.   .       - '  J. O.Drewry left forLBossland Tbur--  day but will return be'r'& next. week.  i  - A  Potterand bottled,hecr for sale  at  the Moyie brewery at prises to suit.  P Lutner has  finished his contract  on the Corbin load and is^iome to re-  i , I-   > ''  mam, '< i f  ,W.'a. Galhher) <M.lP.', is still in  Movie, and has 'been �� sick 'for several  days past.   ?1        '      V' '  'vT. M. Roberta was;up" from Cranbrook the first of thejpweek -hustling  insurance. '   ,   '    iS'i**,     \   - jr    -  . ���- f r     iih    k -- -f' f    -       s  - Jack-Wright 'came do,wn   from' Sirdar Thu'rsdayHo play-the piono at   the  firctnanB dance.    -  ' AW ��'     -'u ,  r. Joseph Niederstadt;denies the report  thotjie h'as*Bold his Vre^ery  to Fred  Geiler of Cranbroolf..y,;i     -    !,.   '    ",  rarr'ellf& Smyth^ave a'snap^in  the waylof^^"'mining proposition. ^ Call1  at .their office and get particulars.,rf  % - Harold Nelson will_ appear, here ^ in  Prince OUo ohMheJTevening  of  Monday, November 6th invrEagle Hall, r  . Frank Vnd-'j.Willitf'^'M.ihoney ^bave1  joined'' ihe ���>*. VHooligans . Troubjes"  GO  "N LINE,  SBELAYED  Will Not   Finish; "by  * i '  Jan. 1st.  LABORERS. .ARE SGiRGE  Bonners    Ferry , Expects  Steel    About March  'y   a h    ,   '   -      i  .   ���   1st. : v '  - The generaPimpression' prevails at  Bonners Ferry that io will) be nearer  March 1st before'tbe steel is laid- from  ihe'Canadia'n 'Pacific down" to 'Bonr,  nersVerry.thsu January", 1st,fas has  been, promised by "the general* engineer. ,The , tunnels are^not t nearly  completed^ and this work-can   not  be  rara, jn*fsr-T ?,-:.^yp>*-i??*sagsgg  1 r  * It is estimated that Canada's' crop of  apples for 1<)05 is 40 per cent short. Still  we have secured oiir usual winter stock  of the ioliowiiig choice varieties:  i F  i i  .Kingof Tompkins,  Northern   ,  ,    ;:Spiess SpitzTi'epgs, Painbows,  1     Red Cheek Pippins, Greenings.  .'r  ' They will' arrive xiext'week and 'every  j box is guaranteed No. 1 British Columbia stock.'if  i ' ,..  '-' i  . i  Mt'  ! Xi  Try A Few Cans of '  "Oldl Hiiffiestead, Brafld"  "     �� i k    ,  K       I-        .       -   V \ I  -'���--, X s' is  Vegetables' and Fruits at  FITCH'S  Real E3js"tSL��to  O olleotioiasi.  Farrell & Smyth, Moyie.  I EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD  . VALUE  is our $7.50, 1G size, open face, Gun  j Metal, I.") jewel, nickle, (W. II. Wilson  special.)     Can   wo   send   you   one?  Post paid upon receipt of price.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler. OEANBROOK, B. C  \    ,   "STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  K. n. 8KAtl. M.ananer.  Good rooms, good   tables and  bar  and   first classjaample rooms.  ktoWot   Mbyie'S^upulati4 [V.     ^  areifew-better<equipped''vo}unt8er. Jiire  departments in the province.  1 * Tj   ������"     z<    .. rt ������  , ' Oranbrook's Election.  ^r    i i *   -  A special.to the Cranbrook Prospector from Victoria says_that���Letters  Patent for the Incorporation of Cranbrook as a City was   Gazetted   Thurs-  >-. '  day.       ���   --       '  Nominations will take place November 15 th.  Polling on' November 22nd., '  Recent information received from the  Attorney-G>neral is to the effect that  "Women"-property holders can vote at  firtt Municipal Election.,  '      , A Judicious Inquiry.  '        ,    '  AwpII known traveling man .who  visits the drug trade says he has' often  heard druggists,inquire of customers  who asked for a cough medicine,  whether it was wanted for a child or  antadult, and if for a child they almost invariably recommend Chamberlain's Cough remedy/' The reason for  this is that they know there is no'  danger from it and that it always  cures. There is not ths least danger  in giving it, for coughs, colds and  croup it is unsurpassed. Sold by the  Moyie Drug & Stationeiy Store.  EAGLE    HALL  ONE KIGHT ONLY  MONDAY   NOVEMBER  GTH.  Mr.   C.   P.    Walker    Presents     the  Eminent Actor.  MR  Jjcjjs-zjr-zjs- .v *v- *&�� -v- �����vr^r''t05" ^  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received.                                 - i  There is no  better investment than  a Jaavmgs |  Bank deposit. A  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not. |  Interest   allowed at  current   rates   and   com- ^  pounded twice a year.                                               ^ ^  CRANBROOK BRANCH. |  j, F. M. PINKHAM, Manager. ^  kk *r^^ *.*.*,*, sto^ii^r ^*Ji~^ ~i~*>v* ���^z~& & *  company and will,go on the road wi  . >        ,       -(-jV*- -. In'^ "i       **-,������  ihem.^      y ;-.;,'(,.-��.V4M-,     k",/  'yChas' Livealey has'1 disposed 1 of -his  express and dr'aying business t6i''-\Vm.  Jewell, who has1 been-working for him  '    i 't ->*��� i. \ - -���   , ��� \ .,  -        -_.   ,  for some time. < '--   'f\\vk     ,        ,  '  -^MrsVAttwood,' accompanied ,by the  childmi, Annie;, VVilliejand Nina, Returned home yesterday from ('Rice viUe,  Pennsylvania, k'- c, f^r <-��� ��� --.   -  **"Mr':"'Nieders"ta'dt wishes -'to remind  iiisfrionds"*and patrons tb'at^be^has^ at  tlie'Moyie 'Brewery^ fine ^bottled 'beer,  and porter'for salei^' >V^I,, %J.�� A^^V  - ^^bankegivjvmgveewic^will^be  held' by'-the^PresbytenansMSunclay  evening", the 29th.*^All are-inyited^to  icTm'in celebrating(the oc,casion.5.,��r ,w  J/; ���> fi-t ��c����� ��� ,'' ������>' X.s-t- DVXW .'-a .  "*A f ull, attendancle - is requested^ at  the meeting of^tlie'Eagles^WhicE^will  be^ held,, next ; Wednesday J. eyening.  Officers will be nominated',for -tlie  ensuing term.-    ''��� -   ;      x ��"'  E. N. McBeth has purchased -a  portable 'sawing -machine for his  ranch on the west side,of the lake and  will pu�� up stove'wocod this^ winter .on  quite an extensive scale. 0   ���    ,  Every man owes it to himself and  his lamjly to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement of the six Morse-Schools of Telegraphy, in this issue, and learn how  eaBily a young man or youug lady  may learn telegraphy and be assured a  position.    ���������      __ ��� '    * ���  The First Zihb."v  rmhed very fast.  "���   From Idaho, comes'.a report   that  Rathdrum has given {up1-all1' hoper of  having"the Corbin road com", through  there. < Right of' way '" is   being .procured through the Ujiocloo valley, it is  ieported,��and.the road will pass (about  three mihss.sdutti'ofiR'ithdrum.'.,'..; r'  ��� At the docks at Port William is'the  bulk'of thet 17,000''tons ,iof steel -raiU  ordered for1 thii  line. 'Tliey/will ,be  shipped  west "as quickly1asi po*ssible'.  About loO.O meu are now employed by  by/the various contractors on the line.  The demand for labor'is   keen and the  contractors have been unable to secure  assmany men as could be employed to  advantage. ��... - rk j,, .'   ^k    i - t    ,,  -,Brecke'nridge"1&~Lund'' are  almost  through with.; thejr, grading,contract  between Yahk ftnd   the- international  boundary line/ aiid   it-' is .understood  that they^are, to   move "their'outin  acroFS the line and 'take -a new con-  " ���%*L. ^- JVN>-<-' ���  i  r k  i>' 11,  >k  t--  \s^msi^^^s^s^s^^^ s&��s&t  .sty  j t   > >*t i   ���������>''��' ?    -" L  . ��', <>������ it. v >��'    , i,i  f ' t.|r,.  ,'      b'.F  it.      ji* f  llr.j I        -L       T ,i ��._      . -    |  \ ��:'?kydyrt>��*y*',A  /-.OnThe'/West'.'Side.j;  ,   J.> T.-Laidlaw,  a'mining   engineer  and survyor  of,'Cranbrook,   wasr here  this week  doing^some  work��on   the  Aurora properly oa the .west'side  ol  ^lie'  lake.     He ^wis- making'some  su'fvays in the'shalts andj(tunnels. >t  y'X). J. Elmer" has   let ta -contract  to  Al Richard��On,-for the  building" of  a  buuk^huuse an'd  blacksmith" shop  on  the properly 'which adjoins tbe Aurora  to the west.    A tunnel site .has been1,  selectedJand actual^development .work  will soon.'.be' coTimenced.,'1 Theyl^will  run a"cr0b3cut~tunuel/u1200 feet fof\he  .j^ <-i> . ( t-        *   *  'Aurora*vein., and  in  so  doiug   they  .        ��� ..   ;i^       -        Wv        '      ,v  expect to encnunter_other leads.>     i  i -       /i*. ^   - -"��     .   , '*- i   , i-,  MET ALT'' MARKET.*  =3^  -  -S    7   ��    �� L }���. ^.u,   .     ^   ,   I  have just issued;the new book^of ^al-^f V,iS J,j^/  ,'7A-', $'%'  ings covering'the^bubiiiuss  sc-ciiou   -*A'"  J   ''M - * * '"Fl'    r -'  tract." ,1  ,-v* J;    '  ���JVHt  P .    '*"  If'"'.  -^GENERAL  NEWS ; NOTES'.';  V      ���' , * '-'__!_        I    *'-vj 4i/  ,Kaslo has organize!1 a brass, band. iV.  " Nelson  ��� ��i-���;���r*       >��� ��*���  '-  has  a  candy, factory   that"  gives employment to 14 hands.  1  *�� Gold money is about to be put  into  circulation in Mexico.  "Franku Paper: The , first run of  metal/at the zinc smelter 'at Frank  was made "Tuesday last. It 'resulted  most satisfactorily and a handsome pig  of the pure zinc was turned out. The  ore used was from the car of 'concentrates recently received from the Grey  Copper mine at Sandon. The result  was highly gratifying".  Got Six Months.    >  Supported by MR. CLIFFORD LANE  BRUCE aud a Capable Company.  IN  "P8SNCE OTTO"  Otis Skinnet's Great Play.  A SUMPTUOUS PRODUCTION  THE MOST FASCINATING  ROMANTIC VL\Y OF  THE PAST DECADE.  OF  PRICES: $100 and 75c.  Seats on sale one   week 'in advance  at Moyie Duig and Stationery store.  "Billy" Meddough was arrested at  Marysvilie last week ou the charge of  shamefully beating an inmate of ono  of the houses in Femie's tenderloin  and takou to that town for trial. He  was given six months at hard work in  the Fernie jail. Meddough is a gambler and is well known in Moyie.  CUnrolii Sorrlcos.  Presbyterian���In ihe Oddfellows  Hall. Sunday School at 3 p, m. Evening    service   at   7:30.  Everyono welcome.  G. H. FINLAY, Pastor.  *  Methodist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   E^oning service at 7:30 o'clock.  Everyono welcome.  D. M. PERLEY, B. A��� Pastor.  Mow to Cure  Cornn and ldiuion..  First, soak the corn or bunion in  wirm water to sofK.u n ; then p.>re it  down as closely as possible without  drawing blood nn.i apply .Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbinn  vigorously for five minute sat pa^h application. A com pl.i-ter should be  worn a f>-w days to protect it from the  shoo. As a general liniment for  sprcin", bruises, lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unrqualod. For  sale by tho Moyie Drug & Stationery  store I  Indications point to Taft and Bryan  being the prebidental candidates in  1898. *       '���,       -,  '   v     s  j 1' '    "' j. *  It is understood that Newfoundland  is again' making an effort to enter  tht Dominion.     '      "*"   ,  1   - o       '      -  In Norway  on payday saloons  are  closed  and savings   bunks   are  open  until midnight.   ' -  ., .- ���  Chief of Police Evans of Edmonton  has   an  old   flintlock  musket  which  saw service in the rebellion of I860.  The Morning mine iu the Coeur  d'Alenes has been sold-to the Federal  ���Mining and Smelting Co. for  $3,000,000.       >  The- Moyie'1 .Water Co.  is'making  some extensive and much-needed   im-  >   1 'tto ! A'i,!,'-!'.   11 '   Hi .      ' ,      ^  provementa in'its system ini town:  Last >e.Hr,a ooncrete- wall,,six feet' 111  Height" was' biiill/af'the b.i3e_" of"^the  Jam." This '��� wall came-three feet  above the intaka.    Now an  additional  -     V t    ' I ,'  five feet is ;being added, which ' will  make a solid 1 wall of eight feet' over'  the intake. Geo, Adamson of Nelson  is doing s the work. This will add  materially to the body of water that  'will be retained in tlie dun, end w. 1  be of great value for fire protection.  The , whole "system has been gone  over^nnd placed in repair for the  win ir. L '    ,  Overhauling Eesolutions,  1 , *���  j     ������������  *\  .> 1  About this time of the year mpn begin to overhaul the good resolutions  they made last January, preparatory  to placing them' in^ commissiouo for  next season.'  - Ex-Mayor Houston's resignation  his been filed, and there will be no  election held in Nelson until the regular appointed time iu January.  The first zinc concentrates to be  shipped fiom the Coeur d'Alenes will  be sent lo the Iol.i, Kansas, smelter  this month from the success mine,  formerly the Granite.  Siems &. Shields, the contractors  who will build the railioad down tho  north tank ot the Columbia, will pay  their in-n every niaht, aud no time  checks will be issued.  "Boomer" Weeks, the Spokane fireman and athlete, ha* decided to give  up his priza ring aspirations. Hj  thinks it is better to bo a good fireman  than a champion pugilist.  Fuel made from straw is off. rod for  sale in Edmonton. It in put up in  round sticks about four iul-Ih d in di-  amet'r, aud sells at$l tier (-oid. It ii  of cepeeial value, as wood is hence i 1  that locali'y.       The Kootemy Club lia* been formpd  in Cranbrook with Hie i.i'lnwing nlli-  cers: President, P. C U ilpa-, man-  agpr ot Ihe Canadian B.tuk of Commerce; vice pietideni, V. Hyde Baker;  gecrctary, M. A, IJ alo.  (���.��� 1 department of jMoj'k,   result a new buryey^of  thertowii -hus.^j  been made. ^h-mw^��.4w \il       '     \    .     ���>  0 ���.  ^ 1* ^.c   > t 1  - Kootenav�� Central,0. K. v  - > ���- '0- '  v  *������rrr-' '' '    -  GoidenStar-J A man in Golden this  week'spread tlie repoit-that work on  the Kootenay . Ceu'ral was closed  down. It's a'faleeliood pure and simple. There ,'are? three men an 1 a  wheelbarrow at work on that road at ,  the pr s -nt w i', n _:. In all piobability  this force ,will be ' increased in the  spring by two mprejncn and another  wheelbarrow. A contract has already  been let for the barrow.  * *a ri 1"* r> ij-f-r �������!"-1  \/yv/' .  \'    ,.    ���   ., j-r  ^  *,  Dominion Parliament,  ,  1 <  k " ~* ^  The impression is curront in Ottawa  that Parliament will^nnet the firsti  week in Feoruary."    ���*���  "J  *i  20 CENTURY CLOTHING  �� AA��,       AAAJ-IJUj  THE    LKADIN'Ci    LADIKrf' AND MKN'R    FUllNlSKHU.  1  i  <^rt'  S*  -���wc.     *.��*,  ll    ,'   ,    ' ....       .v I . ' ' -,..'..  1f ,   - '   .-  ��� ^"-^���   -Xlss*-... * ���*  'u<  fa  ~t  .*  ";  i  tf&-&#rPi>iltST0vAm&'9&tMi)xrJSffintlK{ jfiWS^��t*rtiiis*  r'V  k I  < J'f  '^tVIP*. -i' i  I WHEN KNIGHTHOOD  0  4��  WAS M FL  ***   O The Lore Story of Charles Urandon and MtryTndor, the King's Sister, xnd  0      " ----- ...     - -    -.-  Happeno-g In Ihe Reign of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth  '}*  '   151  Hewritien ��j��d Kendcred Inlo Modern Enf lisb Frano, Sir Edwin TjL  C*.��koden'i Memoir . ' $*>*  #    By   EDWIN   CASKODEN   [CHARLES   MAJOR]    #  *��j* Obpvrft-M. IS** ond i*M. 1��V ��*�� ZIoiBen-Jfemn Company ,  ^ ^Jf,  ir brands ana Henry were quick In  their movements,  Mary  was  quicker.  Her plan .was made in the twinkling  of an  eye.    Immediately  upon speing  me at the palace she sent for Queen  Claude,  with  whom  she   had  become  fast friends, aud told her all she knew.  She did not know of the scheme for the  Savoy marriage, though Queen Claude  did  and  fully  explained   it  to   Mary.  Naturally, enough,   Claude   would   be  glad to get Mary  as' far away  from  'France nnd her  husband  as possible,  and   was  only  too  willing  to  lend  a  helping hand to our purpose, or Mary's,  rather, for she was the leader.  *  We quic-Kly agreed among ourselves  'that''Mu i.i nud Queen Claude should  within nil hour go out in Claude's new  coach fen , the ostensible . purpose "��� of  hearing mass. Brandon and I wero to  go to the same little chapel in which  Jane and I had been married, where  Mary said the little priest could administer the sacrament of marriage and,  perform tbe ceremony as well as If he  wore thrice as large.     -      ���      ,      "'  i'i hurriedly found Brandon and re-,  paired ,to the little chapel, where we  waited for a ver,y long time, we thought  At last th'e two queens entered as If to  'make   their   devotions/ ,As   soon   as1  marry me.  '���Yes, and now poor Brandon doesn't  know ihe trouble ahead of him either.  He has my pity, by Jove!"  "Oh, that ,is different," returned  Maiy, and her eyes burned softly, and  her whole person fairly radiated, so  expressive was she of the fact that "it  was different." , ,  Different? Yes, as light from darkness; as love from loathing; as heaven  HOME TRADE MAXIMS.  '.!"Av:j ' i  J>.  There was 'one thing now in favor of  the king's i acquiescence. During the  , last three months Brandon had become  very necessary to his amusement, and  amusement was his greatest need and  aim in life.   _. i  Mary and' 1 went to London to see  the king, having landechat Southampton for the puiposc of throwing off the  scent any one who might seek the ship.  The king was delighted to see Ins sis  ter. 'and kissed her over and over again.  Miiry hud as hard a'game to play as  ever fell to the lot of I woman, but she  was equal to the emergency if any woman ever was. She did not give IJeniy'  the slightest hint that she knew anything of the Count of Savoy episode,  hut calmly "assumed that of course her  brother had me'ant literally, what-he'  said when he made the promise as'to  the second marriage,*       ;  The king sooh askpd: "But what 'are  you doing here? They have haidly  buried Lduis us ycjt havo they?*'  "I am sure I do not know," answered  Miiry, "and 'I'certainly care less. 1'  married him only dining his life and  not for one moment affenyaid, so I  came away'and left them to bury him,  or keep him,-as they'choose; I care not  which."'   --"'',' v- *  "But"��� began'Henry, when Mary In-'  ternipted him, saying, "I will tell you"���'  I had .taken,, good c.-uo tb'at^Wo'-sey  should  be  present' at ^thlsiinterview.'  So we four���the' king? Wolsey,.Mary  and myself���quietly, stepped into a little'alcove away from .-the otlieis arid'  .piepared to listeifto Mary's tale, "which  was-, told ,with, all   her dramatic  eloquence "and tfeminine'1 persuasiveness/'  She told of the1, ignoble iiisults.of Frarif  els, of his vile'proposals���-insisted up:'  on, almost to���the point of force���care-,'  fully concealing! however, tlie offer to'  divorce Claude'f,and< fnakp her 'queen,4  which pioposition.,rnigbt have had its-  atlVactious for Henry. - She* told of her  i'mpusonment In,the Palace'^dcs,Tour-  nellcs^and ^of   her' deadly "poiil   and  many;,1 indignities,   and   the�� tale" lost  from tlie other place; as Brandon from  Louis, and that tells it all.  Henry turned to Wolsey, "Have, you  ever beard anything equal to it, my  lord bishop?"  ^  My lord bishop, of course, never had,  nothing that even approached }t.  "What are we to do about it?" continued Henry, still addressing Wolsey.  The bishop assumed a thoughttul  expression, as if to appear1" deliberate  in so great a matter, and said, "I see  but one thing that can be done." And  then he thre^ in a few soft, oily words  upon the trouble^ waters, that inade  Mary wish she had never 'called him  "thou butcher's cur,", and'Henry after  a pause asked: "Where ia Brandon? He  is a good fellow, after all, and what  we can't help we must endure. He'll  find punishment enough in you. Tell  him to come home���I suppose you have  LIm'hid around'somerplacc���and we'll  try to do'something, for him." '   ���'  "What will you do for him,1 brother?"  said Mary, not wanting ,to give the  king's friendly impulse time to weaken.   '' i , ,  "Oh, don't bother about that now."'  But she held him fast by ,thc hand and i  would not let go.       - i    H ,   .    '  "Well, what do you want? Out with  it. 1 suppose I might as well gtfve It  iif? easily; you will have'it sooner or  later.' Out with it and be done.",,  "Could you mako^him duke of Suffolk?"     '"   ,    - v / y   ''     '        *  ��,;*Eh?, I suppose so.   What eay you,1,  my lord o. York?"   ; -���'"���"'"',,'fZh '-'f*  *York,was willing'; thougnt'it would  be just the thing.* ''       '    '     '   ' ,('�� '  -,'iSo be it, then,'; said Henry.    "Now  I am'going, out to'hunt, ,ahd ^will not  ,(llstcn to. another .word., You will coax  me out of my kingdom for that fellow^  yet."'/ *He was about'to leave the room"  "when he turned to* Mary, saying:'"By  the' way, sister, can you have Brandon  here by Sundaj'^next?- I am to have a  ���joust"11"-      "-- '     '���>  ��� r"   **   >v  Mary ,\thought ��� she' could,"  and - the  great event was accomplished.''  One  false n\vord. one false syllable",  one falseMone? would 'have ,~spoiIed it*  all had !not.Ma_ry-^but I fear you'are  weary with heanrig so"much of Mary.  ��� iSf k^*��  ����),. ./��.��&; 1  ',>, -"T^fJ  rV ^ko". $&*'  ��J> '" * at  v&m  Wit  ��1  v".  I^lllll  ffiffi  &.  tW-  it I  ><sjS  Mm  .Mi  Xrf>  M  1 j'3' i  ,   He Jell upon Ms knee and kissed the  >-   lie m^ of her gown. \      -. '  < ^      i ^-    ' - '     * "or  .   Brandon .and  Mary  caught  sight of  i    each other Queent Claude and L began  to' examine  the shrines and 'decipher  ,.',. ,the Latin (inscriptions.    If-these  two  ".had not^marriiad sooii, they would'have  ������ .been the^de'athof me.   I was compelled  , at  length ,to   remind  them   that* time  was very precious just at that juncture,  i,. whereupon'Mary, who was half laugb-  ' ing,~ half' crying, s 111 tod   her 'hands to  her hairand let(it fall in all its lustrous  wealth down over lier shoulders.  Wberi  Brandon   saw   iliis,   ho   tell 'upon   his  knee and kissed the hem of her gown,  1   and she, stooping o\er luni, l.iiscd him  to his feet and placed hci hand in his.  Thus Mary was hi.uiicd to the man  to have whobe life she had four months  ' before married Hit* Fiench king  ''She and Queen Claude had forgotten  nothing,   and   all   an.iugements   were  completed for tlio llight    A messenger  had been dispatched two hours before  with an oidei  fioin Queen Claude that  a  ship���'should   be  waiting  at   Dieppe  ready   to  sail   immediately    upon   our  ariivnl. a  <���      .  x\.fter tho ceicinony Claude quickly  1 bound up Mary's ban. and the queens  departed fiom the Chapel in thc^lr  coach We soon followed, mooting  them again at fct Denis gate, where  we found the best of hoisos and lour  stmdy men awaiting us The messenger to Dieppe \\\\o had preceded us  ttould ariange for relays, and, as Ma-'  ry, accoiding to her wont when she  had another lo icly upon, had taken  the opportunity to become thoroughly  flightened, no tune was lost. .We made  these forty leagues m less than twenty-  four hours fiom the tune of stalling,  having paused only foi a short rest ut  a little town near Itouen, which city  we carefully passed mound.  We had little fear of being overtaken  nt the rate we \-,eie liding, but Mary  said she supposed (he wind would die  down for a month immediately upon  our arnval at Dieppe Foitunately no  one pursued us. thanks to Queen  Claude, who had spread 1 lie report that  Mary was ill, and, foitunately also,  much to Mary's surpn-e and delight,  when we anivod at Dieppe, as fair a  wind us a sailor's lic-u t could wish was  blowing right up the channel. It was  a pait of the system of relays���hoiscs,  ship and v Ind.  "When the very wind blows for our  special use, we may suiely dismiss  fear," s.-mi Mary, laughing and clapping hpr hands, but nc.irlj ieail} for  teais notM illist.iiidnig  The ship was a lino new one, well Ot-  ted to In cist anj --o.i. and, learning  this, w-p nt once ngreod that upon landing in England Maiy and 1 should go  to London and win o\er the king, if  possible We felt some confidence in  being able to do this, as wo counted  upon Wolscy's help, but in ease of failure we still had our plans. Brandon  .was to take the slnp '.o a certain island  ofr the KulfoTk coast ana Tbplo awaTt  us the period of a yen if need ho, as  Mm j mi-dil, in case of Ileni-j's obstinacy, be detained, then io* ictu.il and  Ionian the ship and out through the  Xoith sea for their foimer ha\en, New  Spain  In case of Henry's consent, how they  wc-ie to lne in a stj Ie lit for a pnn-  cos^ Bi.uidon did not Know unless Henry should open his hc-ait and pioMde  for them, a doubtful contingency upon  which they did not base much hope.  At a pinch they might go down into  Suffolk and live next to J alio and me  on Brandon's estates. To this Mary  readily agreed, and said it was what  she wanted above all else.  notliingtin .the, telling. .Then she finished by-, throwing he'rJarnis around  Ileuiy's neck in a'passionate flood'of  tcais'and begging him to protect her,  to sine her,'save her, save her, his' little sister!   J" ,    ' 'i       '��       , v *  It ".was air such perfect acting that  for the time I forgot it was acting, and  a great lump-swelled up in my throat  Tt was, however,'only for'the instant,  and 'when'Mary, whose face'was'hid-  deiikfrom   all   the  others? on   Henry's  fireast,'  smilod^ slyly , 'at mo  from "-the  midst of her tears and sobs,1 burst into'  a laugh that'was like,--to have spoiled  Everything. ,*Henry turned q��ulckly^up-,j;  on me, and I-, tried to* cover-it by, pre-;,  tending that'-I ,was"-sobbing.*vWolse,y^  helped mo > out by putting "a" corner, of-  his gown'to his eyes,^whoiiHenry," see-'*  ,Ingt us all so"atfected., ocgan 'to, catch  the fever andiswell 'with indignation.  He   put lMary   away   from   him   and,  striding  up  and  down  the  room, iex-^  claimed in a voice .that all could heari^  "The clog, the dog, to treat my sister,  so!   My sister!    My father's daughter!  My sister!    The first princess of England and queen of France'for his'mistress!   By every god ,that ever breathed,  I'll  chastise  this scurvy cur until  he  howls again.   I swear it by my crown,  if it cost me my kingdom," and so onv  ,until words failed him     But see how  ho kept his oath, aud see how he ancl  Francis hobnobbed uotTong atterwaid  at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.  Henry came back to Mary and began  to question her, when she icpeated the  sloiy for him. Then it was she told of  my timely aruval, and how, in order to  escape and piotect herself from Francis, she had been compelled to marry  Brandon and lice with us t  She said: "I so wanted to come home  to England and be married where my  dear brother could give me away, but  I was In such mortal dread of Francis,  and theie was no other means of escape, so"'���  "God's death! If I had but one' other  sister like you, I swear befoie heaven  I'd have 'myself hanged. Married to  Brandon! Fool! Idiot! What do you  mean? Married to Brandon! Jesu!  You'll drive me mad! Just one other  like you in England, and the whole  damned kingdom might sink. I'd have  none of it. Mauled to Brandon without my consent!"  "Xo, no, hi other," answered Mary  softly, leaning affectionately against  his bulky form. "Do you suppose I  would do that? Now, don't be unkind  to me when I have been away from  you so long! You gave your consent  four months ago. Do you not remember? You know I would never have  done it otherwise."  "Yps, I know! You would not do  anything���you did not want, and it  seems equally certain that in the end  you alwnjs manage to do everything  you do want   Hell and fuiies!"  "Why, brother, I will leave it to mv  Ioid  bishop   of   York   if  you   did   not  piomise   me   that   day,   in   this   very  loom and almost on this very spot, thai  if I would marry  Louis of  France  1  might   marry   whomsoever   I   wished  w hen he  should-dic.     Of  course  you  Knew, after what I had said, whom 1  should  choose,  so  I   went  to  a   little  church in company with Queen Claude  and took  my hair down and  married  him, nnd I am his wife, and no powei  on eat th can make it otherwise."   Ani  5Do looKCT -tip into Ms race WITH a ���affiant  little  pout,  as  much  as  to say,  "Now, w hat are you going to do about  it?"  Henry looked at her in surprise and  then burst out laughing, "Married to  Brandon with your hair down?" And  he ioared again, holding his sides.  "Well, j ou do beat the de\il. There's  no denying that. Poor old Louis! That  was a good joke on him. I'll stake my  crown he 'was glad to die! You kept  it warm enough for him, I;make no  doubt." " '."���."  "Well," said Mary, with a little  shrug   of   her   shoulders,   "he   would  So* af tor ,"al],/Mary,s, though" a'queen,1*  came portionless 'to Brandon.",,, He got  the,, title, but neyer"rreceivedrthe estates (  of 'Suffolk'.1   Allf he received, with her  was thejinonej*'! carried fb him-froinj  France.  Nevertheless, Brandon thought?  himself   the   richest   man   in  all   the  earth,  and surely "he was one of the  happiest   ,Such a woman as Mary Is  dangerous,"''excopt in a tstate of.; complete subjection,1* but "she'w*as bound  hand and foot^in the silken meshes'of  her own-weaving, and her power,for  blissmaking'was almost infinite.'   -' /  - And uow^it was, as all who read may/  know, 'that' this'- fair, ,sweet,1   willful  'Mary droppedJout,, of-history, a  sine  tokeu'that her heart, was her husband's1"  throne, her-sonl hls"empirc^ her^ every  'wish, his subject, hud'lher' will,, so. m[as-'  terf ill "with* others.'the meek'and lowly,  servant of/hey stroiig'buf 'gentle, lord"  ond master, Charles Brandon,;duke "of -���  Suffolk.^ ���"'.  ' "7"' =-r'.-��N'' - .���i**- ..���'��?���. ��� '  A Few Hints   On    Helping   Yourself  and Your   Neighbors���Above   All  Don't Lose Hope.  Don't lose hope in the   future   of  your town, but study conditions that  need correction and set about to apply  a remedy. ,  He who would set a good example  before his neighbors will patronize  every home industry that is worthy  of support.  If your neighbor is a grumbler and  cannot see any good in the town or  Its people and if he is not of th'e kind  that can be reformed, let him seek  a home elsewhere. A change of air  will be good for him, for yourself and  the town in general.  When there is any work to be done,  don't wait for your, "neighbor, Tom  Jones or Dick Brown; to commence.  Get a move on yourself and go to them  and pull hand tn hand with them.  Don't think that enterprise consists  of sending your money from your  .home town,to help'build-up business  enterprises and add to the wealth of  capitalists In large cities.''No, this  is not enterprise; rather lack of public spiritedness. '        '  Don't be afraid of criticism: Study  well your duty as a citizen and go  about it without fear or favor and you'  will find that those simpletons, who  may ^first "call you a busybody will bo  willing to give you credit for, your  work.     \    *, '      ;  There is little 'use in feeling' sore  because your neighbor has' been- suc-  .ycessful. He may have worked intelligently and hard to succeed while you  ,have been idling your'time and doing'  a lot of grumbling instead of trying  , to build up trade and your town.      (,.  \    Sometimes the retired farmer who  "comes to town to live feels that it is  not his place to take an active part in  tQwn affairs.'A few encouraging words  may change his attitude, and make him  .one of the progressive factors, iu the  ���town.        , , t   ci     "        i ' rv  *   Your town" will not lose out,by^im-  pressing each and every fanner in, tho  neighborhood with the, fact that the  place is for his benefit as much as for  those,who reside within its corporate  limltsj- *\��<?y        '"   -' J ,       ', "x  ''Business "men of .a    town ".should  make' the ^farmers feel thaVtheyJare  always welcome visitors and not m^re  ly factors in ^bringing, money, tou the  , place.;The fanners are, the'mainstays  ^,of .agricultural  towns, and^are, to a  .great extent the ones on1'whom'the  merchants -aje mainly' dependent' for,  * support- They are quite asvmuchMn-  - terested ln the prosperity of the town  as are the^residents of the'place'and  /should be^made to "feel,that the town  is,as"^important to thein as  EFFIGIES AT FUNERALS.((  A CarioiiH CunIoiii That Wa�� Vollovr-  i ed In tfaw Olden ��n>J��.  At the funerals of great personages,  tlie old chronicles tell us, "his lively  effigy," dressed to imitate life, was.<-ar-  ried ln a chariot before the corpse to  the grave, then there set up under a  "hearse" or a temporary monument ln  the church. Such' cliigies were often  left In a glass case standing over the  vault where the^,Interment had taken  place. Some statues were of wood,,  with heads of plaster, but the more  modern ones wore of wax. In the olden days laudatory poems or epitaphs  were affixed with pins or wax to these  "hearses" and were even thrown into  graves on the coffins in a similar'manner to our modern' custom of flowers  at a bu'-al. "When Skelton,' poet laureate to Henry VIII., "took,( sanctuary  at Westminster to escape the ^displeasures of Uie then nil powerful ^Cardinal  Wolsey it is said that he subsisted on  what he earned by writing epitaphs for  use at funerals in the abbey'. Ben  Jonson's well known epitaph to, tha  Countess of Pembroke-1-; \  " ,   Underneath this sable hearse   r  Lies the subject of all verse,' -  '   /���> Sidney's sister, etc.���,       "-    ~,  was evidently,- thus  attached  to' her  "hearse."���Gentleman's Magazine.        ,  Most Grocers .Will Give You  there j  a  Ceylon Tea when, you ask fop it, but  are  others, who  would;, rather make  profit than serve! you well. Ask for "Saia.T?.  and   see  that  you  get/it. *��aiada��  BLACK,   MIXED,  OR ��REEN.  Sold  only  In  lead  packets.    . >40c",   SOo.,  60o.  per lb.       Bv  IT'S IN THE BtOOD.  to   the  residentsjof It  c,.  r  TIIE END. . ,.  Note by the Editor.���Sir1-Edwin'Casko-  den's history differs in some minor details  from,other authorities of the time.' Hall s  '"chronicle says Sir William Brandon, father of Charles, he'd "the honoi o"f being  killed by the hand of Richard III. himself .at Bosworth Field, and the points  wherein his account of Charles Brandon's  life differs from that of Sir Edwin may  be gathered from the index to the 1518  edition of that work, which is as follows:  Charles Brandon, 'Esquire. Is made  knight, created Viscount Lysle, made  duke, of Suffolke, goeth to Paris to tho  Iustes, doeth valiantly there, returneth  into England, he is sent Into Fiaunce lo  fetch home the French quelle into England. He maryeth her, and so on until he  dyeth and is buryed at Wyndesore. t  No mention is made in any of the chronicles of the office of master of dance. In  all other essential respects Sir Edwin is  corroborated by his contemporaries.  (l y ",Aster's English* Palace.' ��� ,.,';'  r Amazing, wonders are ;being��wrought  by-JWHliam "Waldorf Astor, .the 'American millionaire and "naturalized British  subject, upon the historic Hever estate.  In Kent," which he "recently purchased.  The artis'tic owner is spendingkmohey,'  i wlth^ a "lavish hand ;in beautifying*.tho  expanse , of' 2,000 acres that- spread  around the old moated castle. J Though  the cost of the undertaking Is probably  not definitely known to <Mr.rAstor himself," the popular'estimate ls"���th"at a^mll-"  r-lion'and a quarter pounds-will be expended ,upon the' lmprovementsvduring  the*next .two years.'-vV~ i ly��� *i<j~JL~i  ' -There ls _n'olbusier^,area ln industrial  iEnglandMo'-day.-a ��About "^a | thousand  men lof allfltrades*have 'takenr_'up.Jtheir  residence ln "the * neighborhood.",r%'���The  "place nestles��'at the'foot'of a<-hIlL]"The  ~rbad which ^hithefto^led ^close^to" the  castle'has been^jdiverted, and now pass-,  es'- some"; hundred -yards | farther,"away."  Tp matte this new road'is haa been ne-  'cessary to build'two "bridge's over,.ttie  'River Ed(sntj whlclfyvlnds* through ,the  estate.,    *   , ^\   i       - f    ,* -    '"'"',  ' ,Round.the castle masons and carpenters'are building, a picturesque'model  Village," toned to harmonize with the  grey old^walls of tbe1 "castle.���London  Mirror.     '.        i       Z  dry Williams' Pink' Pill's   Drive1 Out  f V-   , Rheumatic Poison: -J . '   f  / k    - > ^ 'i' - ��  . "> Rheumatism is looted in tho bloocl������  any d&etor will toll you that- Nothing  can.quio'it ,that doc?, not  reach" ^the  blood.'^It id'a foolish waste of time and,  mon.cy'1 to   try   to'.,cure '.rheumatism  with .liniments,- poultices or .-an} thing  ,6lbO that only goes skin doep.'  ltubbing,  lotmns linto  lho-'bkjn*.onlyi"holpss-'tho  painful poison to circulate moie freely.  JL'he 6no  ciuc, and-tho'only^cuie'^for  'rheumatism,is to'drive the .inc. acid out  of 'jour blood w^th"Dr..Williams'JEJink,.  Pills..',- .Thoy actually make ne\v-blodd,,  '��ndt',lhe)new,\liioodi. sweepsy'Cjtft jthe<  'poisbnoiisr-acitls, yoc^enS  tho'��� stiffened'  idling joints, cures' the rheumatism nnd  'makes tho'sufFerer^feol, bottor'iiil'*nVany'  other *' ways."' j. "Mrs/^JoV^/Perrorf^'LeK,  Eboulemonts^'Que., bnji. :���," I,"suu"^iet3  from-i-h'cfumatisnl" in/irclirOnic-oform foil  nearly twenty-five ycar^." r'I spent much'  -inpnoy^in'linimcnts.'and ^medicines, but  without avail, until I.' bogan theJiis-e, of  .Dr.'WilliamV Pink-Pills. ...iSoiUPtimes 1>  was so stifF^I co'uld^hardlyrinovo.J,1fThe.  froubrejeeraed to" be'grbwing worse'anci  linally seemed -to vaffect my heart,"as*T[  ,abed to have pains��r in thoTi(cgiptn of the  heart'"..'lancli  sometimes,. 'dV���.bm6tliorinc  '���onsation.  -I grew so weak, ancl^suirercd  'ko, much, that, la began 'to, consider mj  ������:ase:;ht}peless. anclt then-one^ day a little  pamphlet,-telling*'btvl)riWilliams'"Pink  'Pills,'fell into my hands;"' ancl I-learned  that .They'would' cure'-fthoufmntism.-M'  -   MIXED METAPHORS.   -     '  " ���- -' - .j~ 'r ' ~.">y  Parliamentary Declamatibns'That Went  to the Bad���Footprints of the Un-',  i    -. seen Hand���Oratorical Breaks.   ','-'  ��� a ,< '  When11 an honorables member,', cross-  questioning 'the Attorne^fGeneral    for  Irelandjin the House/,of Commons ,the  other day.'announced hl3 ,Intention 'of  putting ^another 'qacition' "which v distinctly arises,"Mr. fipqaker. out of',the  answer ivhich the rightjlion.1 gentleman  has not given," he was'inei ely following in the oratorical ,foo'tsteps,^of many'  a  famous legislator ,who  has'"opened  his mouth only to put his foptln u, V L.  But tho House',of-Commons -lis* far  from,having a-monopoly (of these verbal eccentricities,. and -you >-- will   'find  '"bulls"'as  flne  and  plentiful,   outside  Tarllament as Wt-stmlnster-can^show. "  -  "A. member of, the Queensland*Lcgls-  'lature once s'olomnly warne'cUtho^House  that .'yiey wpu(d keep cuttlng^thcwool  'oft the'jshpep ^that' laid the golden 'egg  until  t|ioy'pumped^ it dry";v|buti':thls  vperforrqance ^was feeble-compare^, with1  'that ot a .rival .Wc(st * Australian"; la-w.-  maker^who'i, thus 'Ideliveredl'^hlmself:,  v"Spurlou's;ivuIgar'*- fosslldom"^secretly  urges^membera lo^oppos, ',thls non'-par-*  ,ty measure.   'Hlstory/shoWsithat.^'the  -.same^klnd of ruptured-brained'vultures  sit-owl"- like, on' the^dying^HmbVofeKtlTe  ' Decomes  tne  rrtuanon    or  Evangelist Is represented by 2 vZ\?'  .missionary. 'Vanity Fair Is       hnfr,l"!  festival.    Demas i3 pictu,^ af ^  toaempt Christian and Hoptful ^:"  ter agold m'no.  j i''j -     i .  English I  lrdanc��j  "Bv-ch un Acrolintii,  "'WLe.: wax Js, needdd u LWtaln ������   .  b'er'of selt^elected citizens ��orgV%\  -honey and lung up h, ibatas �� ��?  talns.-;each bee clinging by ha tZ\  fSPt^VoWiulfctofUieon;.?;  W hke .Tapanpse acrobats, arnj thewl  they reiiialu, sometimes for tWo T., |  dntllrthe,wax scales appoar pudiedMl  .from every pocket.   It i��� uot hm ��l  understand that, since inudi hmr Z\  needed|foi(, thciiiaiuifiicture of wai il  ,'beo.uncr tilling with the m\v matcrfrf  would) produce _ much  nioic wax brI  keeping jt-utet. than by 'iiaiuK anj oftiJ  gorged"'.boney for  cneig.v   |��� ,,norJ  about and",working.   But tlie uwessto  of,'folding hands"  uhlle this worti  goes on must ever remain to us nnotber I  ,o'ceplt,evidence of,the clone ralntioaj J  tiie-.Jice.Jcomniunc.-^Couuti  jAmei-lcariUi"!, T" ^ '  ^.j.J .. .   *y  "  _  Ute in  .-,,       ... 1M,,,0n���antl the Unic. ���  ��� s -,--*,--.,-��� -.-���,- ,--.,--_-  "iWe'are',alone,'absolutely nlnna L  .twjof. reason.>ndj bW^boo^Mjas^lahtefen^tani^ and nmldPiS  acrecchln-r,attempt,to i.mped0jthe?pro--- rfSFSSrSthirTth^m, .   ..."' H��  "gress^f'every^ great *represenlati verof  . rfefoi;rn ^whQ^cllnsbS^i'tol^tbe^topmost/  peaks'of t*the imperishable^tjee.'.of ilhd��i'(  ]structlble<,democratic*>lm'owled^[l'^^^iir'  ���'^The'Times,-' In1 its .*bblt'uafy notice"of  ?BaronTDo>vse.^the3rrlshfJudge,.saldi?'',VA'  "great^Irishrnan, has fpasseft-sN^aW^God  grant' that ''many-pt^ the t'gre\t, rnen^who  ,wisely' loye*r their> country^niay'-'follow".  ,hlm'';^ and -the- Irish--Times,1:.not''-to" lie'  ,outdone,-^wrote;thus_(on,IandsHps?some  tIme-'agq:*"*To flnd^fhe^oH^^partli^fock'  oftme^and I ejohld "go aboutlwithmore  freedom.rthan ���I had done for,yeo'r>ji.^I ]  .".till lake/the pillsr'OCcasionally, as Ifnbw,  '-cnow-it is Vise Co ke'op.my-blood in good  Amazons On the Fields.  t,  A farm laborer of a new kind is now  daily at work on a farm near Orpington, Kent, England She is the 32 year-  old daughter of a commander of an important squadron of, the British navy,  and she has renounced fashionable life  to devote her future^lo bucolic pur,  Kuits.  "When her work ls of such a character  that the regulation uklrt1 ls an encumbrance, the lady attires herself in a pair  of trousers and a man's Jacket, and in  this costume she ls frequently seen in  the Orpington streets.  For some months she has been undergoing a thorough course of practical  instruction at the largest farm in, the  distxlct, preparatory to leaving- for Canada, where she Intends to begin farming- on a very large scale.  She ls a very muscular lady, tall and  handsome, and she goes about hor dally  task with great enthusiasm. She shares  with the men employed on tho farm  all tho rough work that has to bo done,  and ls quite as proficient as they in  the use of tho spado and shovel.  First Iron  War Vessel.  It was on tho banks of the Tyno that,  flfty years ago, Sir Charles Maik Palmer, M. P., built the first iron steam  collier and made the first iron war vessel ln tho North of England, r.timer's  yards now cover 72 acres. Newcastle  has, of course, more to show her polii  tical visitor than engineering works  and colliers; she has the old castle,  which succeeded the "newe castle,"  built ln 1080 by Robert, Duke of Nor  mandy, son of William the Conquerer  Ono hundred years later the castle was  rebuilt, and King John thought it so  useful that he erected a tower and  fosse, and set a wall round it  ' - ' . Curran's .Wit  - Curran's ruling passion was ihis  Joke, and it was strong, if not in death,  at least in his last illness. One morning his physician' observed that he  seemed to "cough with more difficulty."  "That ls rather surprising," answered Curran, "for I have been prao-o  ticing all night"  While thus lying ill Curran was  J visited by a 'friend. Father O'Leary,  /who also loved? his joke. ,  "I wish, O'Leary," said Curran to  him abruptly, "that you had the keys  of heaven." ,  "Why, Curran?"  "Because you could Jet me ln," said  the facetious counselor.  "It would be much better for you,  Curran," ' said the good humored  priest, "that I had-the keys of the  other place, because^ I could then let  you out."  good  Condition." \l',i",,'."'.?'^'",1"' '-!*;,f ,'**,  '",rlt'is'beciiiiM*Dr.\Williams'-PinK. Pills  ictually ipake ncw1blood^that^they^euro.  '^uch^'trdublcls^uSjjjhguin^itj^in^annbma'  rnth^stio'n^-kidn'ey^tfbublos^backaches-.'  ,aeap/ich(^j?,',\ind yydeaclies,":^neuralgia"  Erysipelas, and th'e hpecuiIJ^ihiientsyinTitJ  'kirden'-the liveStof 'hcTmany \vdmPh ancT,  _. _ k -   !.-   ..n'l. .'^^I.'.itl.^ j.... :_..(  ��f,P^,s'0&>*fe thaksurround us not one,  luexce^tlng Oje dog, has made an a!liao��  J?m���^$^ creatures Jear'J  most^iWa^re of us and notW  ??Z*��^Zr���, ? 'Mncterltofc Essar. A  CHANGED.    >--"/J  1-  ry- f  .... - o the'shamn  Baby's' Own ^ablets hino wrought ii"l  thy 'child,"vf''saysVMrs. Anpuf, Morrisoi  .Pprtf'tCaldwgll,*'," Ont. c "Ho suffered  fte'rriblyf while teething, vomited his food j  ^and ^wns^woakkahd puny.   OnoboioM  'Baby^s.Owri/JCftblots made hitn achanmil I  .chila.^'^TKey/ easbd'tho nam of teethu^'l  strengthened his Btbmucn, and ho is hot  "a'sbif'.hoalthy'child; growing finely and j  fndyor/siclrJaHr.day?'    The oiponemoot  Mre.^Mprris6h'",i8' that of thousands!)!  !.bthe"rv--'mbthers(.���whq% have found, health  Jf6r','tHeirllh'ttle,".once   and comfort for  ,  ��    -      ,���      --.-,--�������� ���--., -.---   .tfiemsolvos'tln^the, use ot Babj's Ora I  gloflousi pratlon.Ji; Alshlning^whlrlwind   , Table ts.*^Mothor8 need nor be afraid of |  ^of^words''seemed to|pouru from^hls^llps  Jlk"��Va\ srnoo'th-flowing^stfeam'.^.that, ,1  "tell-you, actually,flsLmed from','_hlsJ'mou{:h!  'in ;'a,',fleryr'"speechithat-seeme"dTpaInted  before pur;mental ( ���  'a1 skilCu^rnaglcian  ���^^wastatsa meetlnk;ofith<i'SolicjtorsVf;williSi^Me*dicine Co., Brockvillo, 0nti!  Apprentices'-Debating SocIety^in^.Dub--  ' "'           *  llnsfthatj-SIrViThomasfMyleWiipresldent;  of^tha Irish.pollege, of,Surgeon?,rspoke  '��*Lw.a*. .nhA'-lnAl/'.J   ^�� l*U^.r lvH-JI��tn^.-.J.?��^'  ^xtreme-r^T^liB^i^H^^^^  f>,-.Tho Intention of ascertain orator^wlxo,-;  Jat'' a imuniclpalr banquet,'fpaldyhls'rtrl-'  l...i.'!.i   4\.X   Ui'.-nr- . i-...-jI....' L.-JI-Jjt  .of mencwho'Mookcd onHheicohdltloncVof  sthlngs,w at4 the^'outbreak^of, ��he>,Sou'th"  -a ^ioan,; WariVwtUh/f olded ^arms^ahd!  hands^nUhelr-p'ockets;"^^:!?^^  for'Pale Peoplo'.on the',wrapper around  every bov." Sold by\ill medicine dealer!"  or sent bj^ mail 'at'50 Cents a box or six  ooxeb for S2.50. Jjy^ writipir. THo Di.  Williams Medicine Co.. Brqckville, Out.  t^ Relaxations.      -  "Every mind frets for relaxations,"  says a writer. "Some men find it sufficient relief to take their pleasures on  their own little tennis courts or croquet lawn. Others, like Richelieu, will  call In the servants and have a leaping  match ln the hall; or, like Cardinal Ma-  zarin, shut themselves in "a room and  fly over the chairs. Sir Isaac Holden  used to get recreation .out of compulsory i walking. The more active the  mind the greater the need for physical  recreation. Gladstone cut down trees,  rode and walked, and when none of  these t��cupatlons was open to him  threw himself head over heels down a  grass bank. This feat was eclipsed by  the staid and orderly member of the  House of Commons who would solemnly throw a back somersault as he  walked home  through  Hyde  paik."  A Mccmcliaam Mine.  "Meerschaum Is mined like coal,"  said a pipe dealer. "It Is a soft, soaplike stone, and in Asia Minor its mining is an Important industry. The  crude meerschaum is called hamtash.  It is yellowish white in color and a  red clay coat or skin envelops it. The  blocks cost from $23 to $200 a cart load.  They are soft enough to cut with a  knife. These blocks in 'summer are  dried by exposure to tlie sun. Iu winter a heated room is necessary. Finally the meerschaum blocks are sorted Into twelve grades, wrapped in cotton and packed in cases with the greatest care. The-bulk of all this meerschaum goes to Vienna. There the  best pipe makers in the world live."  Moody Jowett.  Ono evening while John Addtngton  Symonds was at Oxford he dined with  Prof. Jowett After dinner the latter  sat staring at the fire and would not  speak, but yet did not seem to want  Symonds to go. At last he spoke oracularly: "When I don't say anything,  people fancy I am thinking about something. Generally I am thinking about  nothing at all. Good night'" At another time he said: "Mr Swinburne is  a most curious young man He used  to bring me long and eloquent essays  He had a very remarkable power ol  language, but It was all language. I  eould never find that he was following  oajr lata of thought."   The Madding: Crowd.  One tiling that annoys and humiliates a western man in New York city  is the way In which he is herded with  the crowd. Out west a man is an individual. Ho feels that he Is somebody, a responsible citizen, a factor in  the community, a person mora or less  worth while, entitled to a certain  amount o..' respect merely as a man  and regardless of wealth or social position or political power. But in New  York, unless one is somebody very important, he is nobody at all. He is a  mere unit in tha mob, of no mora moment than on* ant in a hiU-  Wblstler ana tne'Amateur,  When James MacNeill Whistler went  to Venice to make those fourteen' famous etchings'Of his he became so Intoxicated with its beauty that he mado  seventy pastels first, leaving his etchings till the last few days.   These" pastels^ made a tremendous sensation. All  the art world of Venice was carried  away   with   enthusiasm,   excepting 'a  Russian  painter,  who , declared  theni  tricks, betting a basket of champagne  he could paint six 'not to  be distinguished from them., 3lr. Whistler amiably gave some of his paper and six  pastels, which were finally, mixed up  with those by the Russian andlsubmit-  led to a jury who had seen noue of  them.   Mr. Whistler's pastels were unmistakable, and the Russian lost the  wine.   A few days later the two met  on the Rialto, and Mr. Whistler laughed  a little about the wine and the bet  The Russian was furious.    "You forget, sir," he said, "that I'm a Russian,  and if you scratch one you find a Tartar ,underneath."   "Oh, no, you have It  wrong," said Mr. Whistler, "you have  it -wrong.  tI scrcitdfted an artist and  found an amateur."   The Scornful Cntldle.  A very pompous, self sufficient and  very bad golfer was once playing over  an Irish course. He had as hls^ caddie  a battered old Irish peasant, with a  very knowing twinkle In tho corner of  his eye. After each stroke--and each  stroke was cruel hard on the green turf  of Ould Olrcland���the vainglorious one  said to his caddie in the most lordly  fashion, "Replace the turf, eaddlcf"  Quietly and patiently the caddie went  thiougli tho performance, thinking volumes and saying nothing at all until  Uie eighteenth was reached. Then, as  the last duffed shot stumbled Its way  to the putting green and "Replace the  turf, caddie!" rang in his ears for the  last time, he turned with a look of ineffable scorn upon his august employer  and said: "Arrah, is it replacing the  turf you'll be bidding me to do? By  the holy fly, it'll be returf'mg tlie place  we'll be all doing when you're gone!"���  LoncVin King.  room-over the garret;;-"-and'jlniacrec'erit  translatIon^bf,'a/Contlnental^i\ovel'c,>Ve*  find^these^amazing^ senlences:>-i:;-"The'  CourttessHwas * about Ho" reply .wfieri"^ a.  door opened^and Closed "her.:mouth";  "The'colonel "paced'backward^ancTforward -with- Ills, hands(i*behirid.hls" back,"  reading"'his newspaper";, and, t"At, this  sight-'tho "negro's face -''.,grew<*"-' deadly,  ������nale" , "3       ��   ���   .*-'*  "The princely eagle* has 7gotr,beyond  hls^depth,"twrote tlie editor of-'a-Lon,'  don dally;   the "Spectator ^orice" assured  its readers'that "Sir William" Harcourt's  harpoons  had* missed"flre";' and' a famous  English   novelist, -'speaking- ^in  America,  compared.'llfe.'wtth  '.'fa1 foul  and stagnant river which-Is1'running'in1"  the bottom 'of a channel" i It ,was-an  American   cleric ,who"< prayed* '.'if r"any  spark- of, grace-. hasj, been  klndled.'t-let  that spark be watered/' -    ���,'',    r? *>^ ,1>  ,"A11. along the -untrodden'paths' '-of  the past," declaimed "a member   'of,   a  north-country  debating    society'*,, .'jwe  discern  the -footprints,* of J.'an-- unseen  hand";   while ��� another ' member' in1 ,the  same debate 'spokelbf rocent->.bye-elections as-"Haystacks'of straws .showing  which way the-wlnd blows." At a'peace  meeting   in"? Birmingham , town' hair" a  speaker referred to .thelCzar's Rescript  a3 "a dove bearing the jOlIve" branch.of  peace   which   burst ..like a  thunderbolt  on the world." ,-But,this-flight of"ora-^  tory cannot compare for a'moment,with  a peroiation-of '^rr^Want, - Attorney-  General for New South Wales:  "Federation," he claimed    "is    a . fashionable  vcimin which  threatens  to' undermine  the  free  constitution   of-   the ' colony.  Until lately It has been hanging up like  Mahomet's coffin'   Now it has come to  earth with a sickening thud, and'Is seen  in all Its nakedness and nastlni\ss, and  people find  that  they  havo been  mistaking a scoured tankard for a colestlal  being."���Tit-Bits. , -   k  .'and get theni-by mail..  *% *jt*v*-  v'jl  !S#~*Ml.nml��,��,'QnnIn�� Humor,, ''   r^1  XcfiaricS!l.aml)T6a6e siild'uSat he hatedij  A.wX.eUmoUh'trbduco you. to Mm," said  Xiyfn bjs'friend.j.. V - - -> - "li  '���vi-'No,'.^responded/ Lamb humorously,'  "for/'ifjlsshall <know bun I am sure T  shall,- sidp'  ...   hatlngc'him."  ���> a-   -..  - -     ,     i  <���  -"/, ",V>\A CrjiKh.  ";."Brogley's down and ont financial'!. |  nyqu'say? .Well, wellK 'lliat's'striuge,"  1 remarked Dumley. "Why, the last  lime, 'I,,saw';,him he told mo he vrai  rapidly* ascending the ladder of success,, and"���-,vi^' ,  ' "Yes?" ,sald Wiseman, "i'eilwps la j  h'fs haste ho stepped 'ofT the top rung"  ���Catholic Standard and Times.  Peebles   Ham.  The Scotchman told the story.  There  wore  two  old     Scotchwomen,  Mrs.   MacWhlrter-and  Mrs.,   McBean,  who met on  tho  road  one    day,    and  Mrs. MacWhlrter says:  "l.osh me, woman, yer far frao hame  the day."  "Aye," says Mrs. McBean "I was  Just yont at Peebles Sanders MacNabb  o' Peebles keeps rale guld ham. Oor  John, yo ken, likes a bit guld ham and  Is ayo yammerln' aboot the ham bein'  oweifat and owersaut."  "Oor Tom," says Mrs. MacWhlrter,  "is tho same way. There's nae pleas-  in' him wl' his ham Faith, I'll hao to  gic MacNabb a trial "  So Mrs. MacWhlrter journeys into  Peebles, and she says to Sanders MacNabb,  the grocer: \  'Gie's a pund o' yer ham."  "What kind," says Sanders, "wad ye  like?"  "Oh just the kind that Mrs. McBean  gets," says the lady.  MacNabb  smiled  faintly.  "A"   richt,"   says   he.    "Whaur^s  bottle?"  -^ '  x < The Interpreter.  'ThV*famous 'Alpine climber who at  -tlie sbHcitatioiH.of .the vicar had consented to 'give" a" short lecture In the  / Littio Slusubordugh parish room was |  -'relating one of his most thrilling evpe-1  rlcnces,' according to the Dundee Advertiser. "Suddenly," he said, "I W  my feet slip from under me, and next  moment I was hanging over a j awning  precipice. Had the rope^ which hold me  broken I should b.-n e 'found a grave  midst* the ' everlasting snows." He  paus:ed, and old Mrs.' Wmzletop, wlio  wns.as deaf as a gatepost, seized the  "opportunity vto "put a question t8 her  husband, who could lie'ar fairly well on  one "side ,of his head.' "Wot weer 'M  a-sayin' of, John?" she queried. "So  fur as OI can make bwt, M'riar," replied her good man, " 'ee were darre" |  near 'anged for .pawning summit a",  didn't belong to 'im, an' If the rop* j  'adn't broke 'ee'd 'nve bin iu 'Is ff^' \  aforo 'ee cud blow 'Is nose. The pM"  leece In them f urrln parts must he op  ful strict''   SHE WAS IN BED  FOK THREE YEAfiS  Pain   Racked   Woman  Cured by  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Slronfl Statement b�� Mr��s. Jas "S1"1'  Strong  anil  of   Morle",  Ont.-She's  Healthy Onoo Moro.  c-SreciuH- ffhat  'o  Morloy, Ont, Oct. 9��� 'oi'"-"-;"  . tl���  Dodd's Kidney Pills aro do ng ^   ���r  suffering women of Canada �� ,  ho  fully known.     It is onh *hen ^  woman breaks the -CL  yer  Bunyan's Christian With a Knobkerry,  Translated   into    the    Matabele   lan-  guagp, a now edition   of  the  "Pilgrim's*  Pi ogress' has been produced for circulation  In Rhodesia  Instead of wearing the armor of a  knight of the middlo ages, say3 The  Transvaal RevTew, Chris Jan is represented by a Kaffir warrior with headdress, jacket and shirt; hei is armed with  a knobkerry, and shield and an assegai.  Christian sot out;from'a native kraal  which takes the "place of the City of  Dostruotloa.     The  Slough of Despond  courageous  that covers woman nnd hortiou  .    ���_rcrT   blcs that  a passuifiTglimpso of their 8���**^  given.     For   thin   loa^on   a  --iiw  made-by Mrs. Jan. Hujrhe-, of thiM"  is of moro than passing inJen;���,ir,f,rs'  " I wns a gient auffcier for roirj  snvs Mrs. ITufrho��.  "I  ����- '')' ,,, tho  five  doctors .md  a  S>C'*"'1 ''-1/' ,licdi-  U. S.   I tried neaily eron kin 1o   >   0  cine I could hoar of, but nono tuint  do n.o.nny good. ,       vMrs.  :��I was in bed for nonrly threo  I had piiins in ray spimu eolm n, j  hend, ovor my eyes, across m> "> ��� wn  through my left side. I .tool J^-1  boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pi"*"'' "\ #*  "am- strong and able to <1�� a f ��91 /  work, thanks to Dodd'B liidnoy 1>�� moor  p.  5f"T|  rfi-c.  ^^OYIE, LEADER ;  it i����  Potent Fnclor In tbe Cnro of  Any Dl��ea��e.     ^     \     .  There Is  no  disinfectant  made   by  VACCINATION LAW IGNORED.  20,000 WarrintsTT^ut-Great state  pf. Affairs  at   Derby,  England.  ,An extraordinary position of aftairs  has arisen at Derby as Ule ��� ",.al"  twenty  years'   official   neg ��j   ?"'L?  force  tlie vaccination acts  It Is estimated that there are no fewer than 20.000 defaulters In    the to��n  Worry    SHiolbi-t  Kills   the    N  You  mflU^ii^an compare >vi* the sun's   VSft^^^^��� *-  1. in effectiveness.   l * -    .?'.  * Representations  have from   time  ,���  'Ti bath is a most potent factoi ����J|>��*eii made to Uie Hornft Office  , *Ve ��ie of any disease. After one's . with a view to enforcing the law "nd  ?,ft, coines'accustomed tb.the direct ^^^Z^Jl^.T ~��t ��  rfTta Tun one may-lie In'the sun-   j��S"on ^V1? ,caus,ed k����"e "��,u  nJ80?1   ....���   ���,.��  +im�� wilh  crrea* ,f.I^/A0"'  Ho_haa_intormod the watch  bkln becomes  "1m -���        '       .1. ,     occuiaLluil.   jtie  for hours at a time with greaf .committee that  fchiue  tenrfUnt at first the^xposure should   ���eW to"^u^lTiR ^  ',ln  only a few.minutes' duration at .withdraw the  Government great    to  These short periods, how-; ^���a���r_ds_ih5..ai.d.ol: the POI,oe. ^hlch last  '   T" The best results are obtained by' ^*��� *?" Council, on receipt of thi.  i  ���� of tbo sun.    Consequently a cot, nature of the task, there is the add  nistdd i" ��ie bow wlnaoW of'an/upper tional difficulty or finding an auction  bau-bcr Is an 'Weal  place for a sun \ eer to conduct the sales  can   get   well   if   you   will   stop  worrying   and   use   '  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  A SCIENTIFIC PRINCE.  irath  provided .that'the air Iu the Cham-'  J>A11 tho local auctioneers who   have  !!.ie" *5?_,_,p! *��. ?lave dc-olincd to ' take  h��ard of only one man who is willing  to undertake the work ,,  He Is, a London auctioneer, and has  expressed his willingness to sell distrained goods for a fee of twenty guineas In addition io his hotel and travel-'  ng expenses. In many cases, however,  ,tho fine- amounts to only one shilling,  ,and as all  the expenses ��� attached    to  firmly wrapped up .as to make it difficult for the suu's rays, to, penetrate to  the skin. ' , ; - - <�� >;<.  ' To He oik tlio grass Jn tbe^un is, bet-  ,(crstiii_dh thc'grass with only a,blanket between the Juvalidfand the beal-  .   |ng powrs of moilier earth, , J*. -   ��' it            __ .nw.um  The patient's head-should not bo ex-r sales are recoverable   from  defaulters  posed to the direct-rays^of^the sun tu' JM* watch committee feel that It would  ,   8|,y rase, and fi's  ' followed \)i a fdoruponge bath ..when  possible-.  i{i\r,i-r. -  .���'��,"';'",-'"'  ��������   >�� ,   ~  -a ���" -��.."iiu:i! i-eei mat 11  nun bath should''bo; J>�� unfair to place further burdens on  the shoulders of the anti-'vacelnatlon-  ists.'" -  '^As soon as an auctioneer can bo obtained at a reasonable tei an attempt  will be made to execute all the 20,000  warrants. Lively scenes will then' be  expected.   <   <    %  , In th�� House of Commons 'the bub-  'jecti.was brought to the notice of tho  ���Homo Secretary by Sir Thomas Roe.  r .Mr.tAkers-Douglaa said he had befh  ,in>- communication with the Derby  watch committee, and he -was glad to  learn that sorneJeffSrt was now to be  made to carry cyjt the law. I�� the suggested'number of defaulters���20,000���  was,. even_JapproxImately*accurate Jt  ' pointed' strongly to ,the evil ,whlch' resulted from the failure to enforce ithe  law; _ .' "-' _ (/\ * ; "��� ,  VTrierHomeJSecretary, added that he  knew of no .other 'large  towns  where  ���the police had so "entirely failed to en-"  force the orders of the Justices as they  .had at,Derby.    '     '_;. - ,    ,   '  Sober England. ,.;^jfTf,  In notldng knvo;Hliei,haliits of Eng-  , Ush gentlemen more*jcbanged"than In'  -' the use of wine. ' Time'was; when.'each  . p'ato and table was1 enfiladed? "almost  surrounded," .by   aD^^cort^f/wInfr  ". _     .��(.��   f^nw.1 ol.amv   +/\ /*,I.OF��_  unu  ma".-     i'v*,ii. r~r��. ---"---���".  the red altcrnaUngfcWlth, thoj'-whlte;-  -'andheTTas no good maa;and true, who  did not go tlirough;the llEit^and-survlye ���  ',. It Today at tbo great,houses.'ypiPmay*  have what you.want,. butlrareIyvmore.  'than three glassware ylsjble;0for white  wine, for rod wlne'and^for^ch'ampagne.  ' Apolllnarls is largely lnfevldencek'-The  fine old English .g'entleman'Who, made  it a merit toJget 'drank^njipoft arid to  soljer up. on claret- has /disappeared. .^  ii .   ,    rt   | ~c,   \,- n? 'it-**) J^n- -*1-.   -  Your Utile onware^a-coni ant..caret in-.  Fall  &nd  Winter'^weather. fldThcy will  0   cilch chid.'  Do you JcKotv about Shiloh't ,  Con��umr.tion Cure.t the. Lung Tonic,' and "  ,   '  what il nai doriefot\*o many? . Ittis' said;  to be the only;, reliable!; remedy  for allt  -        diseases of-ihe air^pauiage* in  chi!drem'f  J hit absolutely -KaiTOleM^andipleasant to.  take.  Itis guaranteed to.cure"br your money.  i   is returned.   The pricft,ij,f25c. per^boltle,^.  (    and all dealeri in rriedidnc sell -��,' fa - ? 314 "���  This tem^dy should b>e in"every household.''  *M I   ' -  NATURE'S1* BEST5TONIC.;-  1 ,, ,,.ji��iM>^ftr  . ioin-Success^Magaalne.-Vjf. JJ  ', Laughter is '^und^ubte'dly^one^bf  , nature's best .to'nics.^'lf^bnngs^'the  ' disordeied facultiesl<aand!> functions .in-  "to harmony," it liibficates ;theJ'"mental  hearmgj and ' prevents^. tlie'L' ^friction  which monotonous,"ex^acting- business-  engenders.   It Is" ^-"divine gift bestow-'  ed upon us as'a'^'life.^preserver'-."a  ' health promoter, ,va -"joy^generator,'  a  success-maker. . .r,- ;ri*    v~ Jt ��� *t V  Life, wuh'tlio average, American, is  too serious at  b'est^-Never'.lose  an  opportunity  for   relaxation' from   the  sticss and stiain of your business or  profession.   'Every "draufeht.df  laugh-  tei,  hke  an  air.-cushion, "^eases  you  over the jolts and' thevhard.places on  life's highway.    Laughter ,is ��� always  healthy.   It tends ^to -bring every(, ab-  noimal condition back-to the normal.  H Is  s   pannfeea.  for  hear)aches 'for  life's bruises.' It-is^a-lifo'prolonger.  People who laugh heart ily,keep "them-  EeWes in  physical" and^mentaU har-  mo*.y, and  are likely  to  live  longer  '''.11 those who'tako life"-*too"serious-  ���V Small, Pill,,but Powerful.���"They  that judge ot the powers, o[",a pill  by its, fiizo, would consider Parmelee's  Veputable - Pills-to"be lacking,- It is a  littio wonder among pills. ' What it lacks  in size it makes up in potency. --Th��  remedies which it carries aie put up in  these small doses, bocauto "they are so  powerful that only-'small , dbses are  fequncd. O^ho' full'" strength of tho  extracts is becured.m this form and do  their work thoroughly". v    . '       " 1  ���  V'  One of the most promising things  , about our civilization today Is that,  sldo by side wiht the greed for gold, is  the ever-growing1 passion of humanity  for good. The number of people who  prefer to be useful to their1 fellow-  men rather than to make money is  constantly, increasing. This passion  for good is the salt of humanity;. It  is what makes us believe in tho future  of tho race.  Massacres of Christians by Turkish  troops aro reported from Macedonia.  BB  It Makes Your Mouth Water  Appetiser, Bracer and Digestive  That's  SSExliilfs!  llsigpBliii  IPs Highly Concentrated  One-quarter teaspoonful Is  sufficient for a cup of bouillon,  a plate of soup, or a dish of  vegetables, etc. Sold by all  druggists and grocers.  ARMOUR USltED, Toronto  Sm-vov   Ce��x%.A*>x-m��A   Soup*  n VarietUs, Delicious, wholesome and  appetizing. One tin will make 6 portion*.  Sold by all grocen.  Dr. A. T., Schofield, a great English  authority on diseases of the nerves,  attributes the usual cause ol such ailments to " the worry habit," which he  denounces as an " unmitigated evil."  Headache at top or back' of head,  noise.-- ir. the ears, sudden starting or  twitching, tenderness of tho scalp or  spine, bleepie��sness, dyspepsia pains and  cramps, timidity, irritability, melancholy  are some of tho symptoms of exhausted  nerves. '  Puie air, wholesome food, rest and the  use of Di. Chafeo's Nerve Pood to rebuild  nnd revitalize the wasted nerve cells is  tho ideal treatment for diseases of the  nerves. . y ,  Ab.ert your will power and determine  that you will not ^-orry^or let little  thingn irritate you, and keep using Dr.  Chase's Ner\e FoodVegularly and per-  cibtently week in and week out, and it  will not bo long ' until you will feel the  thrill ot new life and energy coming  beck to your wasted and worn-out norves.  Thoro is no doubt about tho ability of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to cure you, for  its extraordinary restorative power has   "s ��"��8n��o. "���- "^   ���������  becnestablisheiinhundredsandthous-l }fSJST^,_SSSi istho'S  In the Imperial Prince Kikumaro Ya-  ma"?bina, who, at 33 years of age, is  ands of cabes,  . Mrs. W. R. Sutherland, St Andrews,  Man., writes: " In February, 1903,1 was  btncken with paralysis, fell helplessls on  the floor, and had to bo carried to bed.  Tlie doctor pronounced,it a bad case as  I had no power in my^tongue and left  leg. I remained in that condition for  six months without, obtaining benefit  from the doctors prescriptions or other  medicines, , ,    ,   ,   i  -���My husband advised me to try Dr.  Chafe's Nerve1 Food and'by tho usdof  this treatment all symptoms of the disease disappeared. I can riow talk  plainly, niy legi&'all light, and I can now  do my housework. - How grateful I am  to bo cured by ��o wonderful a remedy."  ��� Dr. Gha&o's Nerve ''Food, 50 cents, at  all dealers, or Hdmanson, Bates T& Co.,  Toronto. - Portrait and signature of Dr.  A.W. Chabc, tho, famous receipt book  author, aro on every box.      ' ��  Japan Has One Like His Counterparts  In Europe.  Japan, like Austria, Russia and Bavaria, has a Prince of the blood who  devotes himself almost entirely to scientific pursuits; and the oriental counterpart of "the learned Grand Duke  Constantine of Russia, president of  the Imperial Academy of Sciences at.  St Petersburg, "ot Archduke Louis  Salvator of Austria, whom I portrayed  in these letters a few days ago under  his incognito, "Prof. Neufeld," and of  A Helping  There' is' Kelp .fof tvery Woman who suffers, from'headache; faint-  "ness, depression, backache  and other ailments during those times  ' when. Nature makes a heavy demand on~her strength and~vitahty.  - (Every woman' should take      ' ,   ,    s _ ,  .to help her through these trying periods'and to keepjthe system m'-  ,a,normal,,and1 healthy condition.    -The  girl,>jusUentering woman-.  '. hoo'd, and those" of maturcr years, "find fcquaPbenefit;from Beecham su  ���Pills.i jTaken'at.the first, sign of, derangement,;they"s.-give prompt^  ' assistance.--Read the special directions*for womcn'���with every box. ^  *'���    ' Sold'iverywh'ere'in Canada and U.S. America:.* In l��oxe��*3s cents.    -  .The, lottery outfit whichwas seized  at Fort Erie' by the Provincial police a  short time ago, and for operating'which  Wm. -Hunt and his' associates' ,were  fined over(?l,700,'has'been given back  to the lottery syndicate by order, of the  ral on  condition that it be-takeh"out of panada and not'used.in the country*again.  It was boxed up at police headquarters  yesterday and shipped away, but <its  destination'has" been kept secret. ,.  f ,.^KEEPING  TOWNS  CLEAN.     '  "' -Ci   ,. -._ .'>**��� ~���^- *_ .  . " '  i- '-k  Valuable'Xdylce Gleaned From a*Re  ''    cently*l8sued" Appeal.',    .,  - ���cCT'.L-����-i    *     ���"i   v        x.i ry    ',    J    10 tne lottery syuuiuai-e uj- uiucl,^..  ,   Especially,for a town which seeks to- Department of the Attorney-Qeneral  -attract tourists  or Investors it is  a   COnditibn th'it it b*e-taken'out of Ca  .great,advantage.if everything about  r it has a well kept and prosperous appearance, isays  The -Pathfinder.  The  'mayor of Denver^has brought about  ' a^ notable change * In that city by issuing an* appeal to the citizens as fol-  "lows.--The example'could bejfollowed  elsewhere:  ,*     ..,,,, <* '  .."- If your stroe front, residence or .fence  is dull or dingy, order it.painted. .    -  -Jj _H your awning lstbld, torn or faded,  ���get a new one.    "^-  ' 'j.   ",  "i*--If your'sIdewalk,tfence"or gate needs  ' repairing, ,fix itV.f '-!.���, r.'^r   -''  'h< Destroy. the young^weedSvthat' are  starting on-your-property and on your  ^neighbor's property.,/'*'-",-,   s'Cf���������"-��;.  '��*���'. K 'your." advertising'-sign,'is old or,  1 faded," take 'it' down or "repaint it.'c\. -��  ^/Resolve never,,to" throw paper'in the  streets.'- *''jJ*---.ii ^cr-"-?'' - "'��-- /  ���--^Burn all the rubbish possible.* Allow  "no'dne'to throw it"onxthe'streets,'al-  t> ,  -    -'. T-        -    ���_.     .^l���Jl -     v- -I- .11.     \, I*-.       *v*.r  leys;or vacant, lots.*��� . , -^  i' Promise notto spit on.the sidewalk.  " , Organize, a*1 block Improvement so-  'ciety and allow no .weeds to(grow on  sidewalks, area or, vacant property in  ' your block. ,    ' : '     i'      ��� ���  Ask your milkmen, grocerjrmen and  expressmen to have their' t wagons  painted. . '<���  'Illuminate the'front of your store  in- the business section.      v   <���  Every effort put forth - or - dollar  spent to improve'our city's'appearance  will be. returned twofold.  Inaect Tfcnt Slta on Ears*.  ~A remarkable case of an Insect sitting on Its eggs Is recorded by F. P.  Dodd ln the" "Transactions of the'Entomological Society of London." Thiu  strange "departure from the normal  habits'of the insect race Is exhibited  by a species of bug. The female sits  In a brooding attitude over her eggs  for a period of three weeks., When the  young begin to "break-"through she retires an Inch or -so from the eggs and  remains there for some hours until the  last egg Is hatched. She" then'departs;  leaving the young ones to take care of  themselves.' During the whole time ot  brooding" and till all the young are���  hatched^ tho mother - eats nothing. It  "is thought that this'brooding habit may  be a means' of��� protection against the  attacks of Ichneumon fliea.���London  Globe.    x   >-  -  NothinB I�� �� Trifle!  The halt Inch United States standard  screw thread has thirteen turns per  Inch Mr. Welsh, the original superintendent of tlio Wcstlughouse Air Brake  works, used for the half inch bolt  twelve threads instead of thirteen.  This decision has proved to be a mistake, and the company would be glad  to change it but the immense number  of brake equipments which are out all  over the world, the constant call for  repairs and extensions make it impossible.   _  She���Which would you rather lose,  Jack, mc or my money? He���You,  sweotheart. She���Oh, Jack! He���  But 1 would; because, don't you see,  dearest, if I lost you I would have the  money to offer large rewards for youi  recovery and get you back again. She  ���Dear Jack!  No person should go ,f rom home without a bottle of, Dr. J.? DkKellogg's  Dysentery Cordial in their possession,  asv change','of, water,'' cooking,; climate,  etc. frequently brings on- summer complaint, and5" there' is v nothing, like being  ready with s sure'remedy at hand, which;  oftentimes saves * groats suffermgr-and  frequently* valuabld Hves-AvThis cordial  has gained for , itself .a - widespread  reputation; for-.affording . prompt,_ relief  from'all summer complaints.;^-, ;' y ���     ,  *        �� '      . Ti-' .i ,_ n       l�� J-" ^.   *    " I -  ," '"Olir *"John!'%'she*.-excialmed,- -"now  fhV vrai'vfi seen i'mv new bonnet*you  .'- France.has accepted Russia's invitation' to' attendee Peace conference  at The Hague." 'J--'   ''   ���,v s ���" "  '" - "'  ~iip^<  j j j  \ - y y~t ,?* *,     \  ..,'>. i '  ^Mrs. Reuben ^Park of Chatham (was.  kilied   ,while���walkfflg,on th'e .railway.  ,��-    r.i ."'^irJiVi^'i i1"   I '   ,    "  ' I   ��������� -    " " ,. .   '  *^   '  ��run  and  in the line of succession to the throne  of the Mikado, says the Marquise de  Fontenoy.  Whereas, most of the other members of the reigning house of the  Land of the Rising Sun are identified ;  with the army and with the navy, this  particular scion thereof has devoted  his time, his energies, and his considerable -wealth to scientific pursuits  and investigations, and' has' just established on1 the summit of ' Mount  Tsukuba, on the eastern "coast of  Japan, fifty miles- from , Tokio, 'the  most magnificently, equipped meteorological station in the length and  breadth of Asia. Jndeed, it may be  questioned whether it ls not the finest  ,ln the world, being, furnished with all  the most recently invented .instru-,  ments, not merely for the recording^  of meteorological.changes but also of  those seismic movements which are so  fiequent and so severe in Japan.  Indeed, Dai Nippon Is the land of  earthquakes par excellence. No better  spot could havo been found- for tho  establishment of 'this station than  Mount Tsukuba, which, ^according to  Japanese legend and national tradition,' was set up, by the divinities,  Izanaga and Izanaml, the .creator and(  the creatress of Japan, as a bulwark'  against'the tremendous .waves of the  Pacific ocean. It is' a ^curious fact,  and.ln a line with Japanese traditions/  that this bulwark, along with the entire eastern coast-of Japan' has been  rising gradually, higher ,t,and ,>, higher  from the sea for centuries past., Geo-,  'logists have verified this..,'-!-.    ���< ,-;���  Near .the "summit pf the,mountain,  which,7c'ommands a superb, view not  'only of the'Pacific ocean .but, also-of,  Ithe entire plain and city of'Tokio towards Mount, Fujiyama," there, is an"  'ancient and unost' picturesque^temple  dedicated to Izanagi, which is the  b'ourn of many pilgrimages.     V .   ��' *  *-     X   *"   K. 'Ix"f'1.   f -,        1       1-P-'       *  '-, Joshua"Brant/an Indian^ was  over by a-trainsnear Belleville  killed.    -" > j   S,;y  ik \.    !*-��-.���  -1  ^- '   -��� "    .* i..     ^. \   -'       -   \'     ' ( ,.*v  'Mother Grave's' Worm Exterminator,  , has -*no'< equal for';} destroying worms in  children and adults.- "*-,_     j-j;   ^."-i.'-  Thos: Easton", of^Harvey, township  fell off a bicycle he waAs riding'and died  of heart, disease.  *..   <"  . 'it-  ,--������'>   -v-  [ -.y.i, Hi-ai  ��� to-  "��� V'-"Kf''*;  ��� >��" ,?<"���,  .. just��a poem  .      . . .   _ .  plied John, "I guess a proper;title for  it would be 'Owed to a "Milliner.* "  .. .   ' : Tr-"0-.''  �� Pains Disappear Before^ It..-No'one,  need suffer pain when the have available  Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. If not,in the  house when required it can bo procured  at the nearest store, as all merchants  keep it for sale. Rheumatism and all  bodily pains disappear when it i��sanphed,  and should thoy at any time return, experience teaches the user of tho oil how-  to deal with them. v     '    -v.  <?     X(*'  - n, li .'   ,  '1?, y  ,:****  <.t#"i  '   -''   '- Colds-are the most danger-,.  ous.of aU forms ?f, disease./   A  i Great-Britain will establish - naval  basis ��at Gibraltar," Dover and ^Smga-  pore. , "    ������  Baltimoie, Ms., rrov. 11, 1903.  MESSRS. C. C. RI6HARDS & CO.    .  Yarmouth, N.S. .,..,.  ~ Sirs,���I came across a bottle of your  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 ancl  to sav that it helped me would be put-  tine It verv mildly, and I therefoio a��k  if /ou would let me of one of your agents  that is closest to Baltimore so that I  mav obtain some of it. Thanking you  in advanco I remain,    , (  Yours truly, . ,  U St. Paul St. W. C. McCUE-\N.  Care Oliver Typewriter Co.  P.S.���Kindly answer at once.  A surgical operation of *" heroic  character will be'nccesary to save the  life of President Harper o�� Chicago  University.  uerhs'   .   ed bronchial tubes.    VPsvchinb  cures cdughs^by removing tho irn-  - tating particles   and  heabng tha  *l -nflamedmembrane. ��� It is a germi- -  '���cide  and   destroys^ the   tubercla  jrenn.    It is a tonic that strengthens the lungs, the liver, and tones f  ^ up the system.   It makes for bet er  health in all condiUons of humanity. .,  Get strong and the cough will dis-  appear.  "Psvchinb^makes weak i  " p^ple strong.    It cores coughs ctf. .  >   the most obdurate kukl and breaks  up a cold in a few hoars. <  GREATEST OF AU. TONICS  iV Donlileil Initials'For Flnrnlx.        r  ,.:Under the "hile that'the initial} letter  of'a'word is sometimes'' doubled to' sig-*  nify the*plural,-'^bb ,would be a proper,  abbreviation" 'for .' barrels. Prdbably  some one, unfamiliar with "the rule and  thlnking\the abbreviation too'conclse,  asjit might,.be mistaken-for^a'n abbre-"  viatlion - for. "boxes," bundles,   bags .fcor  'butts,'made it'bbl. for one barrel, and  theV still ignorant of the rule, 'added  an s for the plural,; makingdt bblskfor  more than one!  \ * <    -��� v,.   - ;  ( i '  Royal Household Flour  Is Always Uniform  '   ,,"-Why?'   '  It is one thing to make flour pure, well  balanced and strong, it is another thing to  have it uniformly so���to make flour that is  . precisely the same in purity and nutriment ���  " on Saturday as on Monday���in May as in  November.   " , ',  Because the "Royal Household" mills ^  ��� ' bave the finest testing equipment available ',  A '-and unlimited resources for securing ^  .perfect wheat,  they  can  and' do t  produce���every working day u\ the \  year ��� flour ��� of, precisely, uniform "  �� Strength, nutriment and purity.     ���  f That is.iwhy Royal. Household Flour  makes  always1 the.very  beft bread and-  paftry, year in and year put.''/  : ' That is why Royal Household Flour t  is the mo^t'reliable���the mo��t successful flour  ,  ���ancl being scientifically purified bv elec-  ^    ' tricity it is'the'pureft���the beft-of all flours. -  '   The' nextr flour you, buy.ask.for "Royal1  Household"���and try it.fo^qurself.  ; j\ Oflilvie's,Royal Household Jjlonr.  ' , 4.1  ,>H<-  -*\t I  }-. S-. rtv'V,  t t  ;uk  j:-.^-  t        "    .    -    CIcero'��'(i"Wlve��.-     -^,-."   '_ '  ' Clcerb hadia shrew'.narne'd^Tereutia,  -who madejiim, do "as she pleased. "lie-  was'under great'obligations to Clodius,  lJutkwhen**;thV divorce" suit rof Caesar,  'against-Pompilia cnriiejii) for, trial>Te-v  rcntia'',, compelled1- 'Gicerd . to   appear  against Clodius' 'Tired b��JTerentIa, Cic-  ;ero-."got a**'div6rce'taiul*,married,a- rich  .-girl.named 'P.ublilia,"'left her and Jived  alone until his''cleath.'"V^";^k't''r(c. "��',j '  - . I,.,-   ,: -    s'v   -^z-  .''   <!*"���> ---' . -i.',-  T-'^yyJ" pity_the,WIiloTrer. ^Z ^ t.',  y From^the.-Cork , Constitution: _ "The,  friends "of "a 'respecfable..lyoung?.widow<  'wanfto'get hef���"bou'-ekeeping-In a-re-  spectaiSle .widower's family. , Understands her business." There^ seems a  ,certain want; of', fin esse Jn .this latter^  statement���London runcli."  ' 9  - -  " ^ s" _^-__^.._..^~���������^���~  Minard's Liniment, Relieves' Neuralgia.  1  C        . '        t I.  The professor, who has a large  lawn, was making his regular daily  attempt to keep it clear of the autumn  leaves contributed by his neighbor's  trees." "There's a good deal of rake-  off in this business," he said, stopping  a ..moment to rest, "but not a cent of  graft". - _  vDr. ' Agnew'3    Cure   for   t!*e  Heart nets dircotlj- mid (imcklj. stimulate the  henifn action. ��.toii�� ,no't acute pulii, (liapola all  ligna of woaknea, fluttering, sinking. niiother.nK,  or pllpitntion. Tills womlorfnl curo^ls lliu ��ur<ly  ibip which curnes tlio ln-ait-mck patient n.to tlie  liinen ot radiant and -perfect health GHcw relief  in met acute forma of heart ditc'aso In.  ci.uutiw���11 . ,,  '(gROfWUHCEDfsirKEEN)  us. pwcasTS-ctre DOiiAB^mE toal  Vr. T. A. SIOCUBB, Umited  t7�� Klnc St W. Toronto. GanaO-  "Each baseball player should write  the story of his life, for sale to the  fans on tho bleachers.* "Do you suppose they would take it?" "Sure! I  have seen moments when every fan at  the game fairly howled for the lite  of the .umpire."  Kidney Duty ��� tt Ip ('><> part cnlar fmio  tlonoftlie ltldiieji to flllor o.i iniwmwIiioL pnw  throiiKh them into the blood. W - " H'�� mdnoj. nro  dlrootiod tho> cannot do their vil.ol.. diitv. and should  have the holp and utrenuth that boutli American  Kidney Cure will afford ln any and ttll fornu ol  kldnoj disorder   It relloven In �� hourt-M  The Attorney-General of Ohio is to  investigate the Intel national Harvester  company.  Deacon Jones���I have been losing  lots o' sleep during the past two  months. Friend���Yes; I notice you  hain't been attending church much  lately.  Stolen Pleasure  The children wUl show you  the merits of Mooney's biscuits  if you give them the chance.  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  have made themselves famous  all over C-anada in a very short  time. Crisp, inviting, tasty.  Different from any other cracker  you have ever eaten.  Say "Mooney's" to your grocer.  BE ?AMBITIOUS    TO ,BE- U,SEFU(L  "    ',, RATHER THAN   RICH.  (Orison a Sweet -Marden In' "Success  \.���V      /        Magazine.") ���     k   :.,     (  A young .man ofi ability and gi'uat-  .promise recently refused to enter a vocation which would yield" him" a,large  income,'lest the temptation to-become  -rich might *eat, up his desire to help  his fellow-men.'" He-feareel that the  frantic skru'ggle'for wealthr and self-be-'  ing waged' by 'the majority of the men  jWith^whom^his position wouldt force^  him yto associate", -would .' insensibly  di aw 'him' into the same vortex of self-  ���ishness.'i'He felb u*at his'ideals would  become tarnished, that his aspirations  would-be-starved in" such an atmosphere/- and so hev'chose a , vocation  which would enable him to render the  greatesl.selvice to humanity."    ���'  -- ' ' * .l-r c   -  e.O. Bar S09 *  (&2P  *     1 '"  Canadlan^Co^erative Company,' Ltd.  "Jo'hn McVicar, Mgi. i '_'-,'  Commission Merchants and ilChleVs ln'*all kinds  ot GltAIN.   f.Con"iBiimenl��   Eolicilol      Write.  - '".Plwne'orMire us for rniticilnrs.  Offices, 308rMclntyre Block, Wdnnipeg.  i ty.''v,  J   'a.i  i  *i.  - y  /'!  yy'r-yyttf!  ,       ^'rt'.'  >,\  30  Miss Bessie Lewis of Newboro, shot  a black bear, at Devil Lake that weighed nearly 200 pounds.  ' Charles Kerwick and Ids wife, charged with the murder of Doiien Mitchell  on Isle Ronde two nionths'ago, were  acquitted at'Montreal  , Itch, Mange,- Prairie scratches, Cuban ltchcon human or -animals, cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never fails. At all druggists.  GOLD STANDARD  A prominent member of the Franklin Inn Club, Philadelphia's foremost  literal y organization, at a gathering  of book-writers recently, told a new  anecdote of F. Marion Crawford, the  novelist. A certain young lady, so the  story runs, wrote to Mr. Crawford requesting that he send her a bit of sentiment aud his autograph. The reply was:���"Dear Miss A :    "When  you request a favor that is of interest  only to yourself, please enclose a two-  cent stamp. There's, your sentiment  and here's your autograp.���F. Marlon  Crawford."  $100 REWARD $100.  Tho readers of lliln i>apor will bo pleased to learn  that thoro is nt lonit ono dreaded disease that science  has hoennblo to cure in nil Its states, and thnt is  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is tho only positlie  euro now known (o tlio mrdiinl fratornit>. Catarrh  buinc n constitutional disea <\ rc-fl.nres a constiiu-  tlonifi treatment IIiiD'h Catarrh.Curo Is taken in-  tornnllj. lu-tinis dinitlirion tlio blood nnd mucoi s  KurfiiceVot tho s,smm therein iWros in��� tho found-  ntion of tho diM-lisc. null Kiv i"R tlio patient stronktn  In InnlilinK up tho constitution nnd nssistinK nnture  in iIoniR its woik-, 'J hi) proprietors hn'0��n����  faith in Its mratiio powers Hint tlm*  offer Ono Jlun-  ,..,....,.,.-.. ...�� powers   dred Dollars for anv (iiso that it fails to curo.  for list of testimonials  Address- I". J. CHENEY & Co . Toledo, O.  Sold bj  drupRists Trie.  Tako Hnl.'s Tamil)  Pills for constipation.  bend  The Visitor���What a delightfully  snug little flat you have! The Renter  ���Isn't it? When we open the door  we're in the middle of the room, and  when the sunshine comes in wc havo  to move some of the furniture out  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Burns,  Etc.  Tho London Times says mismanagement of the thiec big insurance companies may largely impair the bonuses  or dividends.  i'Nervousness, .Dyspepsia)  !n-  dtgeStlO"', and kindled ailmonts, tiiko wlnss  boforo the henlniK qualities ot South American  Koi-Miie. Thos Iloskin's. ot Durham. Ont.. toolc h.s  .readier'* n<l\ice. followed directions, , and was  3ured permanently of tho worst form. ottNonons  Prtntmtlon andDjspc-iisin. Hu has recommended it  to others with srntifMnB results It's a ercut uenu  builder ���Ll .  A Toronto jury in the Civil Assizes  awarded the parents of Lily Mulvaney  who was killed by a street car, ?2,000  damages against the company.  Min&jd's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Mrs. Reuben'Parle,.aged about seventy yeais, whose home was'a short  distance from Chatham, in Chatham  township, "was walking on the Pere  Marquette 'Railway tiack, when she  wasi-struck by a freight tiain and almost immediately killed. 'She is said  to have been somewhat deaf. An inquest will "probably be held.  ;  -Matronly.;  .* ;'(Jewels "-e'  ���   The Amethyst has been .  ���   referred^toas the " Matronly" Jewel "���and   the .  ' epithet/'U' undoubtedly  r -  r       .,'.   > -  1      -A * *  vThe new Diamond Hall  i' ' has an unusually extended ��ange .o'f' Amethyst  BroochVs, Pendants,  Rings,"Necklets, etc.  One , Brooch  of com-  [pelling-i-beauty   consists  'of a large,Amethyst surrounded'"with 30 Whole  Pearls���the  price  being-  $32, postpaid.  v  RYJBIE BKOS.   -LIMITED  '134-138 YONGE ST.  TOBONTO    -   ONT.  1 *,ni:  ," i  J    v        �����     nf+A-i*   *Atj-lLy,f     WJ  . \%yr:---yy~ii 1/4-15.  - *   '   -ic?^   ^    i   jl. ��i>-.  "1 r.-vj?'  'i'litfi' aio (Jaiefullv PitjjiaifcJ.���Pill  w hich dissipate' themselves in tho  stomach cannot bo expected to havo  much effect upon tho intestines, and to  overcome ^costneness tho modicino ad-  minihtored must influence the action of  these canals. Paimclco'a Vegotablo  Pills aro so made, undor the supervision  of oxpoits, that the substance iu them  lntencled to operate on the intestines is  letarded m action until they pass  thiough the stomach to the bowels.  It is a'-rcfreshing thing, In a material ago, to sec people who aro ambitious rather than rich, who are more  eager to help others than to make  money. Thoso are nature's noblemen, those aro tho characters which  eniich life, and which have pushed  civilization up from the savago to the  Floienco Nightingales and the Lin-  colns.  Thooo   Worrying    Piles!��� one  application o�� Dr. Akhoit's Ointment will glio sou  comfort. Applied every nighi. for throe to sli uichts  nnd a euro "i eflected in ;tio IUO-.1 stubborn casos ot  Blind. Kleod'nK. or Itch-ng i-iles l>r. Ai-nowN  Ointment eurosioiom-. a-it all tchlim and burnlns  skin diseases.   It nets 1 ke mnBio  36 cents - 10  ' Mrs. Daniel Herod of Oneida, while  loturning homo from Cayuga in a hug-  gy, suddenly took sick on the road ancl  expired in a few minutes. The cause  of death was duo to heart failure.  Vlinard's   Liniment  where.  for     sale   Every-  The Keeley Cure  Offers to the self respecting  the    easiest    and    simplest  method of snapplug tho chains  LIQUOR AND  DRUG  HABITS.  The remedies build    up    the  whole systom and remove all  craving  for dunk or drugs.  Write us   for   the plain facts.  Address  133 Osborne St.,  Fort  Rouge,  WINNIPEG.  :Stanfield's Unshrinkable*' is made by  men who know what  Northwest winters mean.'  "Stanfield's" is knitted  to defy 40 and 50 below-  zero ��� without being  heavy or clumsy.  Unshrinkable  Underwear  comes' in special weights  for the bitter cold of mountains and plains.  ' Every garment is guaranteed unshrinkable with  the "money back if it  ��;hrinTr.��-" guarantee.  V��V    l>��    KJ    ��Me��    S Sri  ,a����7��~-��.'.FJ""��"'--���'"W-"-...MIMHrifc,!. B��rWia��*33B  "jsvezs^-K' iT<-aM=��"S*--l'=*-->.--s,-.v-..v  /" 1*  'liiB MOYIE LEADEi  '" *���)  t >V i�� -  slrf*  -ft ij  -&<&?  '^;|f  S#"  iWciyY-E".  P  olirhtd in the interest of the people  of Moyie and Bust Kootenay.  f   J. JMUII �� CO.,  -    Ful.llsli. i-m.  KATK!- OJ tUlH8CBl|-TI0>.  Ojfc Year..  ..t-iOO  SATURDAY, OCT.   2S,  190").  Siilf hats cover a   niuiti.uJu   or  soil  hi .tds. i  C.rpentora ancl gambler* arc known  b\ .ibeir chips.  The St., Eug^iie   will   soon    be  in  0   ' '  Bjpip(piug) slmpe again.  Invention t-houlJ not   rest  until  it  v. .    ���/+ > '   '      " at       '  fl-ids an  automatic b^nuller  for  thr  ,''hot-air." peieon.  Of course  when a man is past GO  ears of age he is  no good;   but for  line reason the directors of the Great  Northern ar* not looking for  a kid to  ��� ike J. J. Uill's place  as  president of  ���.int   roaci,   although   he   aunoun.e.-  Iimi'-elf'past (17   ' Mark T-vain is w.iy  ,nst i-i.t.y,   but hf can   get more for,a  miif-zinc article  than   can  any Yah  j:radutteof 30.    Ex pro-ident  Clevc-  j I tnd   is   ue.ir'y   70;     but   President  it irjsevelt wants him to represi*nt the  (Jailtd estates .it the forthcoming peace  unferince   at   The   Hague,  and   the  :i iys  are  overlooked.    There are a lot  if men who are   no  good   ut  GO;   but  iiure are  a many   times the number  vho ate no good  at any sge.    Queer  r>ll'lUi^l  DROP IN  And see pur Full Assortment of  i. i '  ffl -T\ 1^^"% *^1'  1  The Moyie   Drug and  Stationery   Store.  jUdy Barber Shop  I  O. O. F.      ,  ITIIdey Lodge No. 44.  Meets every Twdaj evening in their  hull on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  F. J. Smyth,  Secr'y.  P. T. Smyth,  .Noble Grand.  Moyie   Miners'   "Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  T  Meets in McGregor hull every - Saturday evening:. Sojourning members  ���tre cordi.tlly invited to attend.  '  , Action without purpose'av direction  is of little value, , The gra-chopper hn��  more action than the bee.  Th'e "seven-year itch" has broken  out in Missouri,�� N��, thank ' you ; we  do not wish to be "sbov,u."     r  fkr  ��� \1 ('   ,  l-V, '  , ��i^..i   iii :  , i "X 'i if,  ��� y. ji> ���*. ���'-   sfc  >-^Vk  X'-S'Vi'-a  When it'comes to laising money for  ft goad cause wo alleh'avo to take !our  bats off to tho ladies of Moyie  s�� i1.  tV"  im  I'gte.'*'...���  >'-        ��*,CJf  -.Ik"-.'    I"?  ;,^'I?'.^|  v At  ',' *. i%il-  k"  -'fe  tt  ': !__5k-M i  Mi���  iai  !���*     I.  m I  'X-arf ff  fif <t  -s   i.1  &  "w  '  Have you observed  that tho letter.  i , i , <  "0" is very popular  now?   It  stands  -.for October, oyster and overcoat.  ' 'No; the Moyie ladies Vho have been  *      it ^ ( ' .  doing so   much;good   work  are  not  .known as'the Ladies  Aid  of  the. fire  ' - " '  department.        '  Souw Sciieuiiublc AcUlce.  It may be a piece of supeifluous advice to urg*> people at this season of  die year to lav m a -supply of Clium-  '���crl.iill's ' Cough Itemeily. It is al-  Yuott fure to be needed before wimer  m over, und much more prompt and  satisfactory lffiilts are'obtained when  i.ikcn iih-i'>oii as a cold is contracted  .tnd before, it has become, settled in  tho systc-io', which can   only   be  doue  by keepiugitho remedy at baud.   This  ' , * i*  remedy is so widely known and so altogether good that no one bboultl, hesitate about buying.it,in preference to  ,inv' other. -It is for sale by the Moyie  Drug & Stationery store.  MIS.S LIN DELL, Proprietress.  o  Fir-:l Cl.feb" Wiirk.'   H th    Booms in  !        ' ,0c nucciiuu.  -'     >' ' -  VrCTOiHA   -'T. i        .WOYIJK.  1JOTKT B  Wm J. Fki.tham,  .'President,  Thos. E. Kelly,  ( Secretary  MOYIE AERTE NO. 805  Meets"on the  lirst and third   Weducs-  if     day of each month   at 8 P.   AI  E A. HILL, -   ''   J.' il &AWKE,"  "Worthy Prcs.,  ,-        Worthy Secr'y.  ,< ,   e ForSnl*-.      '��� '     '  -f.-The place known as  the" Dill   milk-  ranch, 320,'acres, good barn house, and  'Apply tp '. t    (    " '��'-;  ?"J. E. Crowe, Aloyie, B. C.  What if we must bear a burden?  Have'no others burdens, tbo?j  Look about and then be tuanVful  i ' * '  ,   Thatyour'burdens are so few..  Ex-President   Cleveland  has   survived hia entireifirst cabinet,,with the  exception of Mr, Vilas,  who presided  over the convention which nominated  him.   fc '" ' m   '"  y    ov   ,    ���.-��������� ,,  ���   Eugene V. ���Debs 'savs  this   to  the  i      _      .     .- , . '  /workingmen,:     "You  work , together,  " tramp  together,, and  are  locked   up  ** together.^ The'Ume 'has come'when  yo"u*Ehould learn to vote together."  "     .      '-    f,   ,,     r "'   ' .   '  J ~ ir 1  *���**   .,,k * .       .  '     Now we are told that tbe men  who  ,.��-��.. .   ' >  -  recently held up^a train   near 'Seattle  /purchased their1 revolvers in that^cjty.  Thus Seattle with "'her  usual business  I -  - ' '  enterprise feels that she has received  some benefit from the affray.  MOYIE   BAKERY- r  r'    i JUST STARTED. '    �� '  \Vc are now prepared to fill all 'orders  'for Bread; Cakes and Pastry.'     <���  Satisfaction- Guaranteed - or   Money  \, '      Befunded, , '-  Hamilton Watches are giving, si^ch  universal natisfaction that-we have h'.id  a special movement put up'for us  'which is" known as ''Tate's' Spi-ci il."  It is a high grade movement, which  can be bought at a reasonable price,  .ind is guaranteed to be* a good' time  keeper,    f l >   "   '        .' .  ���*W. F.jTATE & SON/'  C, P. JR. Watch Inspectors,   . ��  Harvey ,* ��&  ?McCafter,  Under New,,, '   -      -   *" '    : ������''"'!,   ,    ",  '    --.>" ' , "  '   '   >, - Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries. Etc.  ,��� Manag-ement. ;    -1 ,  .< - fj  Cranbrook,   -  '.,,(B.,0.  _y��*  CRANBROOK, B. C.  i   .     k     ��� ', r '  JAGKMCTAY1SH -,  To the despair of his r...;iisters and  his mother, young King Alfonso of  Spain continues his reMhtence to all  their plans to make him marry any of  tho several women that hive been  suggested to him. The young king  wants'to sow some more wild oats* before be settles down to tbe stern realities in lifi. This goes to show that  even the crowned heads have their  troubles.v -  IWSTgTa'ggffllVdmW.linKB!  General  Draying *  ' Business l    done.  All kinds of wood "  For   Sale,     Good-  f Satisfaction-;    to  EyerylDody.'  MOYIE  B.C.  -THE���'  DK8AUI.NII5K BROS,    rrupa.  Lar^e-sample room in connection  vyith house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.        ���    i  Headquarters   for   Commercial and Mining "Men.  QUEENS  AVENUE,  MOYIE, b. c.  5  NEEDED  I  Th" minute a Moihorlav* her  hands On a '-LECK1E BOOT  a she knows 3l,e has struck her  tj 'ideal of boys footwear.  wShe would be pnfic-1'y  willing  to pay   more    nieli'ey   for   I hem  than   for  onlii.y  Eaetern-niadf \  boots, but she doesn't have to.  The de.iUr who sell^ a molhrr  ap.tirof LECKIE BOOTS for  ber boy, will supply tbe whole  family with footwear, nunc time*  out ol ten.  Annually, to fill the new positions created by Railroad  and   Telegraph com  panics.    We   want  Young   Men  and  1 Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN T^LEGE,APH1?  1   AND R. K. ACCOUNTING  Wo furnish 75 percent, of. the Operators and St-ition Agents in America.  Our six schools are the largest exelu-  -ive Tolegraph Schools in the wokld.  ' Etitablihhecl 20iears aud   endorsed by  | all leading Railway officials.  i     We execute  a .f2.j0  Bond lo evorv  j uludent to furnish him or her u posi-  (ion paying   from   $10 to IfGO a month  I in stales c-dbtof llio Kocky Mountains,  ur from JJ-73 to $100 a   month in stales  I Hcbt of the Rocky Alotintiins, immediately Ul'ON CHADUATrON. i  Students can enter at any time. No  vacations. For full particulars regarding auy of our nchools write direct, to  our executive office at Cincinnati. 0.  Catalngiio tree.  The llilorsa S:!i30l of Telegraphy  Ituflnlo, V.  i\  1. l<  ri.N^, \VI��  San 17rani Jsco. Cat.  Cim Innnil,  O<ilo.  Atlfint.i. Trii.  Tnxiiikiuia, l*tx.  P.: BURNS������& CO  t      r "  i^ ." ,y  <      WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL   r     ''  MEAT'V MERCHANTS,  " -     , l ii    i v,   -  y '-  'Fresh  and Cured Meats," Fresh  ^ - '      ��� IT.  x    Fish, Game,ana'Poultry.    We,,  .^supply only  the best.   .Your  * ,   I. "  l" . trade solicited.    .';.      '     '.   .. ,v  c I      -'  I'    " 1 \ j  BrABKETS"  (�� I     1 ,  In   all\ the, Principal  Cities,'and,. Towns, in  The Dining itoom  ib  now  op^n, the  Bir   ie newly  supplied,  and,  ,.owry rfTcirt will bo.mnile  '   to'give sati.ifaction.       -  v'  , ^i '''-    '     ^       >^-v    y,  J. A. GOUPHJL/Eropr.,  fV*  Ol  ��� Wholesale "Wine  andv SpiritJ.Mer-  ;" chant.'  Having .decided to .close out my business in  Moyie, I am offer ing my whole sfock of:  A ' , t.  Clothing, Boots, Shoeis, Underwear, Top Shirts, Sweat*a  . -,. ���",   ���a"ers,'.H'osea- ' ���' ��� ';.  > *        i     .       <.\     ,i �����(  and,everything taj>e found in,a first clas Gents', j  Furnishing Store1, ."*   '''��� *  ~ . i,. i._  w. f; .cjurd,  BAJUKISXJKUt, SOLICITOR, KTC.  .ORANBItOOK.  irJ   * I-  -     i.  Britishr Columbia^  -J-MOYIE,, B. c.v-;  S       ''v .'I '<> j- <l  ,. -i '.    k  A. L^: McKlLLdP  1 .ABSAYEl^l  NELSON,  B. C  Keg Beer,,Bottled  Beer and Porter  always on Hand'.  JOSEPH NIEUEB3TA.DT,  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, U. C.  iJoarding and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and btisiiiess  courses a specialty. Excellence unci  swift progress cbitiaclc-i.ize c-iich dp-  puitment. Parents bIiouIiI write for  particulars. One month assures Hip  public of'lho llsoro'ighnc-"! of tli ���  Sisters' methods *of ii.uibiin*. 'i'uiuao  commence Jitnti iiy, Apnl .ind Sept.  Pupils are aclmiiticl durioL '<-rii>  PE.E3T PHOTO CO.  Ckanbucok and Mo\ IE.  i y < -i-'    i  jx - ��� ^ -      U      . It  Agi3nt for Calgary,Brewing Co.'s -'  -"-  "- n -^,, i    ,, . -1' * --- J. . " ,.  ' B(eer, Ale and Porter.  -        ��- , i- i   -  v.    ' -':'"    '     ,, i     ," " '  T..Label & Co.'S  ,  .        ,-��''��� . '  *     *       1* s��     " -     '-. 'i  J ' " - j      l'  Hay and Grain/ t ^  Schlitz* arid. Calgary  ,'; C. H.DUNBAR I,/.,  J   J      '-".    ' "     , -f'       *" r-'-l'l ,IU    ,f   ���*        -"        '  jBuriister," Solicitor, Notary'Public, Etc  ;. -k.;Cranbrook; B:C. *    -  mmm'M.  ,<,i-'i >,. *  i>'%,  "hi  DR.F. B.^ILES,'^ , ;.  '   "'      ,   k)','-.-i''Jl "**   I", " ���> '  -  ,  --  Cranbrook, .,; ' *t -B, C.  '13iJ__l.____-H_.  ">V,6",   r      ,1)       .  '  lit-  .i>4  Foreign ai.d ^Domestic Wine6,-,Iiquors  \     V~"     ."      -"'k     .     *^     C.'     ~    r.,,    1. ^    C,-   "  t     y%y. --kautl Oigars.'i-?..'      : .f, ,  d;.J"     vka-"1"  CT -7TJ-";r,k-'5'* ;   '"'V1'  i i ft<*   3��-a  , ; E.&.'^GWYNNE;  Cigus,  FAHRELL BLOCK,'  Tobaccos, n Confpctionery,  Fruits, Etc. '  "  - Victoria Si.  Wm. Jewell^s^'  Express and General   'Delivery   Busi-  , ness.   ' Livery and  Feed Stable."  Leave Oiders at  Gwynn'a   Store.  t,-.?.? Come-in and' examme^goods^and-see  .;'- - -��>,> '���    - ,prices:r,It_will- pay,y:ou.>; /;-' * \.   -     ��<��  ' i-wj*-1   r;<    rA'* i u^'M J   *wi i >* i- *m1' 'fiP ,'Apv' -^.^'^'���/���"V1,   v-,** ***i -  ���;^    Jv i    r  r -,r ^  It*- ,��_���- }  ^.  aa'*rl|  Geofge\JBCi; Thompson,.* J  ��    '"   '' (, Ba e iasTKR, SoLrciTOtt,' No-'  i '-1'   f   \.Tary Public, <tc. '��.'~ '"���_,.** 4  CRANBROOK,* <r' British Col?;mdia*.  V      " .,'Vr���  '"  , .-', ,     l.V��     '    *�����'  . - x;,. ��-k *buy:your.V" f/,- .U  ��> !��  '^a^^ii^etiiica.^  ...vJ,-.-<' !  . .-,;;.��� from ;��^  i   -, ,j>.       "   "V'i  "5,-.'��-"j-  i ��_�����  'V'  A. B,,Stewart & Co^  n'     Agent'for   Crows' -Nest    ���   \.  Steam Laundry.  2^ - "m\        ^JrP.-'FyJOBJVSlOJV ,, :A/  '       ���       *     '  ."I--'       -     ..' " .a-.- . a       ,.-.... .  "V  I _, 'lit '  V  ���,i.  <�� it ;    S*        i  * This Hotel is'New^and weir Furnished ��� The      '  ��'^ ^.Tables,;are,Supplied4with.tHe4Best the'  |;>; :','MarKet,affpr4s..Thea;Bar>is."���Filled with *  4> X  W.D. JOHNSON,  Stove fi^er and  Repairer.^ '-  Apply at !'Leader" oflice.  MOYIE  Biitjsh ^Colum  b.  TrJU COMrCKTAELC WAV.  KeiKl l>..wil t:.-ad Up.  0 -it iti.i Lc-n\(i        rc.-niu Arrhu'u (X* jun  10.IJ am AirKe        I.ll^o "    8 in nm  1.'  10 i>m     ���'            lli-vfuril "     b-25 pni  7 l"i pin    "      Sl-UiCAN'lS ���'      ')   0 nm  7 .0 am     "          J.\nott "    'I .'I pin  9.0(1 mu     "          beiililu "     h 00 pin  8 15 pin    Ar     VANCllfVKIt Li.    I DO pm  i 15 jim   Ar         bl'. I'AI'I, Lv.   .'> DO pin  ONE NIGHT  To Pi:\Tr;.r: r.r.d Vancouver  TWO NIGHTS  To Wi.vNii'Ec. and   St. Paul,  MAXfl'ACTUKEI)  |.\  J, LEGKIEGO.  (Ll.MITEU.)  v;anoouv ER, ��� ��� B. C.  4A I N I N G !��    you  MAGAZINE pogted  Givci each niontli nn index of all important articles appearing in o\er 200 '  American and foi eign pnbliCAtlous, also  abstracts of the most valnaoic aiticles  I and from four to eight original articles  ��� by 'practical 'mining men, 'fully illustrated..  $2.00 a year in advance,  sample copy, 20 cents.    Send to  MINING MAGAZINE  120 Liberty Streat  Now York  O. F. DESAULNIEPu  DE-VI ES   IN  Fiftji? ft mm  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aueens'Aye.      MOYIE  iiaiv'  W, R. BEATTY  1 Embalmcr andUndertalcer,  Phoue30. .CRANBROOK.  Close Connections  Foi Cliicig'"-,   Toronto,   Montreal   and  ALL   POINTS   EAST  AND WEST.  Acc'ylcne Lighted Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  '   Palace Sleeuing Cars-,  '   Dining C.i.-d (Meals a la Carte,)  Library Oboi-rvation Cars.  Through tickets and  baggage  checks  to all points.  STEAMSHIP    TICKETS.  For Tickets, Rates, Folders and  Full infbrmatijhj call on or address  jj   JAS. SLOAN, Agent G.N, Ry.,  FERNIE, B. C. '  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  C. A. FOOTE  MERCHANT   TAILOR,  ' - '      v    '   -  And Gents' Furnisher.  Fine   Suitings," Overcoating  TrouserB, 'Imported'   Goods.'  (UNION   SHOP.)'   *  MOYIE.  B. C  CAf4ABIA&!  1 mt_~' ^- *^ .JL  Thanksgiving   DAY,  Oct. 26,1905.  Fare and  One-third.  For Round Trip.  TICKETS ON SALE OCT. 25 and 26  At all Canadian Pacific Railway oflices. Port Arthur to  Vancouver, and all intermediate branch   line   points.  Good Returning Until  Oct. 28, 1006,  THROUGH    SLEEPER  Arrowhead    to    Vancouver     on  Sunday, Wednesday & Friday.  For.Rates, Folder's, or Tickets Apply  to Local Agent. :  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J.S  CARTEK,   a E. J. COYLE,j:  I    I>ist,PaBS.:Agt. ��� WtGonvras..'AKt  Nelbon, ' -  '  .    '��� ' Vancouver.  ..-i'i:   .V4'-���"kli.^ iivJ^ > f  .'i ���>- ,   I   ,-6     "    -  '.<    "  *    ��*       *'  -i~*& Asa **si-o-^ * <***���>*(  " p.-   ''' ~ -  i" '  kft'"M?. rt  ii -.  B":  I >-  '<  II  I '   * ,'        s    '������"  lany yearn of Wertern experience in Rubber^ootwenr.Jand  mtire field of Canadian manufactures open to us,* we i havo  -a   .        i     . .     .  - -   . ���.- '  L    After many;  with the ent  selected  Maple Leaf Rubbers  ?      i *,  as the most satisfactory brand for both dealer and consumer in   this  province. .  ��� ' < \{t '.  i -   -     ' i ,  They possess all the qualities of material, 'style,   fit   fiinish   and  durability characteristic of good Rubbers. . * -\ ' ' - '  And are more serviceable under Western climatid conditions.  Just ask your dealer for them. '  .        "'  IX ho hasn't thorn, ho'll got them, if you ask lilra���but ho surely has thorn.  J. Leckie Co., Ifcf.,  / Selling Agents, Vancouver, B. C.  fFjwngu>tv.^T�� qfjBBjq.mwi��l tltfto i��a.>WdU  HOTEL.  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.    This hotel is  close  to  the  mines,  and  lm*  every Convenience for^Working Men.  South Victoria St. MOYIE.  A*    La,  e  Wholesale Wines, Liquors ,  and Cigars,  CRANBROOK, British Columbia.  We handle everything Tin the Hardware Ho6-  Also Cumberland blacksmith's coal, powder,  fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at  AY A ������ __ m_\ Jul fvQ' H nVu -     eKx       s(9 U h \  n HI f  BihV WfiHES>a W HIB     Wt   y.WJfl.: HI |  ;!t-aS  'mm  mxm  mr^y-yx. -

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