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 p0 your eyes bother you?  Consult W. H.,Wilson,  of Wpranbrqpk   and get  satisfaction.'        -\  ~&S*  .  SCRATCH  eleven your old  is   bicycle   and  jtluwglit  nolli  Lull  pii  by no Tin-an*!  �� i  '       .  pHoplf-  real- .  .i-vr-n   jll   t'if  \  .   Whr-ii   a  r of dirty  i/OL. I'i N0{ 30."  MOYIE,  B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 28, 1910.  es > 51  are  S        GENERAL FLOAT'       $  i!ee(&ee��-���e6S���ee����e��e���6ss99'"v  te Roi for Sale  The Trail smelter receives daily  200 tons of coke from. Hosmer. ' '  i '(  '      I�� prompt service'and 'high ,grad# goods appeal to <,-  you," patronize our Vancouver store.    We,are at the   -  service of all British ��� Columbia through our  mail  _ order/system. ''       We sell goods at Eastern .prices' '  and; prepay, all purchases .to, their destination,       ''       ,.  ,'   , Satisfaction guaranteed, or,money'refunded.  '       ,     . ' " -  ' "    '      ' , '        <���'        ' '  Henry Birks $. Sons, Limited.    ��\  jewelery mail order house',   ?    ' Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir.  ��� *"   ���:������ '4i/ -yANcbtrvER, b. ci      ." :<.:>���];���  Fire in Victoria Thursday did  damage to tho amount of nearly  two million dolJars,  "' ���<        .   ,  I LOCAL ASSAYS' *  The historic Le Roi' mine,  once i ,    '<-   ,  the banner producer of  Rossland i    Mike Torpy, was  a Cranbrook  1 After being closed for -years  tho postoflice at Rosebery was  open'bd this month.    .  ,  This year the fighting ' of for;  est fires has cost the-U. C, government $2(0,000. / ' '  '   ���   ;  and its smelter at Northport,  .Wash., are for sale. The affairs  of the company are not in bad  .'���hape.'5 It/ does not* owe a cent  and there ia a balance in the,bank.  Assets,.exclusive,of tbe mine, comprise one of the mosc complete  mining plants in existence costing  as it did probably, nearly ijil.OOO,-  000.    ������"<,'' , ''\  Within a month all the eight  furnaces of the Grand Forks smelter will again be in operation.  Conservative  Convention  We "have opened up our, card','parlor for the winter.  .        -'"..j-v    ->4 i' i   '     !���-.-, ''      -    '"'   * . i'     ,  '  , Nice place- to Spend a 'few -hours, boys.,    ���  ',  '       1 ��� r     " '      " '',.'> , ,     '  I -' '    i  ' I  A *r lodge ��� of <"' the Independent  Order of Odd Fellows was organized at   Blainnore- lastkTuesday  -������ -.  .I   ���      "  A court of revision will be held  at* Cranbrook' on"November 7th',  at; the court'house 'ac 10"o'clock  in,tho forenoon..  ���*>,."       '. '������  ���<.  H. M*. S. Niohe? the pipneer ship  of.the Canadian navy, sailed into  h6r home porb at Halifax1 a few-  days ago.  ,"S     -      i'        . '  ��� There will be a meeting- of1 the  Conservative association at Cranbrook, on' Monday, November 7th  for th'e, piu-pose of appointing.-  delegates., to' attend the ��� general  Conservative meeting to be held  ���*     * ���* '  at Nelson on -Wednesday, November 'l^th.j; j' .'A meeting of -the  Moyie Conservative association-,is  called^ for ^Wednesday evening,  November 2nd, for the purpose of  electing a''delegate to the, Cranbrook- meeting. .This meeting  will be heldiin the. Leader oilice  at 8 p,' m.     ,. �� -  -BOX  Il do a- general-" collecting business.  'Accounts -left'in -my hands' will ��� be'',  looked vaf ter promptly.  ';���' \ (   '���-  ,r"    .. -,.--' I,  '".' u:      '     <    * ,  Real/Estate,' Insurance, Cqllections."-  '��'-'Vv.1/;** y\ "<\'fi. -,Wv ,.   \ y^y,;*'/  ----.   ��� "i--  .*.&; -v-:V;.'- rr.. r-: ��� - -\-: -::v -moyie  <k  , .<���-'   ., ��� , ' ' -   '    [ .^CS?TAIILTSHED ^1897, ?"'������-        ''      j- ��     -  ;Beale.���S5 m____."syssr&X��  , 'INSURANCE,' and' MINING \ ���  '"and'INVESTMENT BROKERS.  \ Next'year!s meeting of the Alberta' and Eastern Brifcis-h Columbia press association-will be held  at Calgars'".'- ;  ' '  ] Juksoii is the name of-the junction four miles east of s War'dner,  where tlie Kootenay Central joins  the1* Crow road. - . A tpwnsite. is  being cleared there. '*   -  "' The Slocan ^otel in Throe "Porks  is now under the , guidance, of1 J.  F. Fox. 'It,is tho only,hotel now  open-in that camp .where there  ^were-tan^sixteeujyear ago.     ���> ���  ver  Hermann Clever, of 'New  Deu-  the P. Burns of the Slu'cau, is  Head Office'  CRANBROOK, B. C  Shoes ���-. Shoes.  Most of the leading makes and all of the leading leathers  ' *",'.<���  to be bad at popular prices? , �� '  now handling a car of catcle every  ten days,'and a car bach of .mutton and pork every month'.,  Macdbnald ��� Takes Bride  ��� The marriage of M. A'. Macdon-  ald of Cranbrook to Miss Lena  Haird, only, ^daughter of,, Senator  Baird ' of .."Victoria county, N"ew  Brunswick, 'took' place "Wednesday at' Andover, -N. . B. '* 'Miss  Baird is aniece of Dr. and -Mrs.  King of Cranbrook.  ;<Ben  Hemmenger - Killed'  $ ' MOYIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL. %  \ Hotel Kootenay   [  ' By a majority1 of more than  two to one Typographical union  No. 10,' Chicago, defeated the  proposition to co-operate with  the Socialist party in the t.cotniug  campaign.  In Iowa forty-seven Methodist  ministers have left the ministry  because the salary oC $500 a year  is not sufficient to enable them to  bring up their - families properly,  according to a recent statement  made by the Toron'to Mail and  Empire.   _jy .  A Litlle   Mixed  Ben "Hemmenger, a jig  tender  working in the - llecla  mill- near  ,  C , r. Jir       -,       i  *    V i      "  Gem,'}Idaho,',.was caught.,in .the  shafting and killed last Monday  morning.-. About 10 years -ago  Hemmenger worked for several  months in the Sc. Eugene mill at  Moyie.  i.  Dance Next Monday  There will be a Thanksgiving  Day dance in - Morley hall next  Monday evening. A good attendance is looked for. Dancing  will-begin ac 9 o'clock. Everybody invited.  To Go ��� or  Not to Go  Can anything go and not go  anywhere, asked a student of. his  professor. I should thiuk not,  was the reply. Well, I .will be  obliged if you would tell me where  the light'goes, when it goes out?  The best of accommodations*  for  tlie~ Traveling '"Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  ^ McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  "��;'y-ip 'vntyr /jr-iji-Aji-zjs- ^- ^v tiny; i^rr^-A-^y: & -*?��-���'?-"^"P- ���*���"**"</*"'v*  Kor the most fastidious dresser wc have the  r  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  ";�� the newest American lasts. Oxford shoes in all colors  1��>m$4.50to$S. See our new 20lh CENTURY SUITS,  ^ty one aud be well dressed.  Two young women, about nineteen years old, oue a decided brunette and the other a striking  blonde came in from tho east to  Vancouver, Wash., tho other day.  Each had a wealth ,of hair and  was pretty and well dressed.  Tne evening before they had retired for the night iu lower No.  7. When the train reached Vancouver, early iu the morning there  was no light in the berth aud thes'  dressed in the darkness. When  the girls reached tho hotel tho  brunette looked into the large  mirror in the entrance ancl  set-onmed. The blonde at the  same instance uttered a shriek.  Both hurried to a room. Iu the  darkueos they had exchanged tho  hair.   NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  Canadian Apple Show  riaa Bank of Canada,  Capital -Authorized  Capital Subscribed���  The     partnership      heretofore  carried on by Taylor & Bonner  as  *8��M*ifc^0^8eg^^ keepers in   xMoyie has   this  '..'..*'!day been dissolved by mutual  consent- All accounts cine aud  owing by the said partnership as  proprietors of' the 'International  Hotel shall bo payable by Miahael  J..Bonner, who will continue the  business, and all accounts owing  to-Taylor & 'Bonner are payable  to Michael J. Bonner.    ,  Dated at Cranbrook, B. C,   this  27 th'day of October, A. ;D   1010.  '���   15. I'i TAYLOli,  '.M. J. BONNElC",  Signed in tho presence of, ���    ���  A, B, MACDONALD.   -$10,000,000.00  ___ :-$;'5,575,000.00  Capital Paid Up���-���"���-- ���-5,330,00b.t)0  Jtoserve   Fund- ���   5.330.000.00  S                         '  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA-   -            . -\  2- Cranbrook. Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,   New   Miche" ,{  g                  Ferhie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver. <  ��           Drafts and Money Orders sold avaiblc in any <  a ���           ,,               .partof the .World ���' ��  $                 ���':       Savings  Bank Department.                 ,. ��  |          Interest allowed on deposits fi-6'm   dato   of deposit. ���    '., - J  I KOYIE BRANCH.         R:. W. SUPPLE, Managrer. |  ^^&(^��G$��ft$<0!^.^e��^��e��tif^��.'!^  With the success of the First  Canadian'Apple Show to be held  at Vancouver ftoin Oct. 31sfc. to  Nov. 5th. from an exhibition  standpoint now assured there is  every indication of a largo attendance of visitors from the entire  province and oven throughout  tho Dominion. The ougagemont  of the Forty-eighth Highlander's  Military Bind, a leading band   of I furnishing  j visitor Tuesday,  j    Moyie now has a 21 hour lighting service.   '   ' ,�� ,  j                     '                               \  ��� Jack McTavish and Thos.   nare  were down to Blah-more this week,  Mrs. 'Sophie   Silstrom   left, on  Wednesday for Sheep Creek.  , Don't 'forget -thatf'the grouse  season closes October 31st at midnight.    ' ' '  i  E: G. Gwynne returned 'last Saturday from ��� his trip to Alberta  points.'' ' , ,  ,,  ^ M iss Dora Patrick of-Nelson  is  here-ori< a  visit with  her  sister j  Mrs. Miller.      ,  '< ,       j  Ed Chesnutt' left last Saturday !'  for Ymir, where he whl spend'the'  winter.    \-       <      , '.. ���>,  ��J James Cronin passed through  Moyie 'yesterday' on his way ,to  his farm near Cowlej-, Alberta: ,  Mrs..I." Whitehead and."daughter ' Clara ' left on Monday for  StettleivAlta.   "   ' "...  W. H, Swan, local manager  of  the.lniperial bank, .was in   Cranbrook last'Saturday.  * '- ,  ,Mrs.     Annie    .'Cockb'urn  '    of  Wattsburg spent 'Sunday, with  her sister, Mrs. C. A. Foote.    -  '  Mrs. Attvfrood aud daughter  Nina'visited the Attwood farm  near, Crestbn a few days this  week.  The'Methodist church will hold  their anniversary service on No,v.  13tti. and a hob.supper on Nov.  'lobh.        , k   " ��� ,,  ;  ' The, Allen Players will,'be'at  Cranbrook opera house 'for three  nights, commencing,next Monday,  October 3lst. v', ,-  ,   0    '      _,.' t-.,  ���Nex'fcv"Monday being a'public-  holiday, the'bank will.be closed  all day. The postoffice will be  open only from 5 to 0 p. m.  H. S. Gamble,' foreman at the  St. Eugene mine, loft Sundajr for  a trip through'the Rossland and  Boundary districts.  Wm. Davidson, representative  of District No. 0, W. F.-of M., was  in towil Wednesday on his usual  tonr'of inspection. ������  31 ike Campbell arud his twin  brother Jame3 Campbell came  down from the Sullivan to spend  Suuday in'Moyie.  , Messrs. Taylor <fc Bonner of the  International hotel have dissolved  partnership. The business will  be conducted by Mr. Bonner.  Wilfred Cameron will leave  here todas' for Sandon, where he  will take charge of the Eureka  mine for the Consolidated Company.' > _  A good attendance i3 requested  at tho meeting of Wildey lodge  next Tuesday evening. The initiatory degree team will have a  practice,  W. II. Aldiidge, general manager of the Consolidated Company, was iu Moyie Wednesday  looking after affairs in connection  with tho St. Eugene mine.  E. A. Hill has mado arrangements to take over tho gents'  department    of   his  , ^VVVVVWV'iAiVi'AA^^  stock,  ly going to ��  men's* f"���  I theoway we are c/utting, the prices  on   all   our. j  ftfBut there is a reason.. , We  are  positively goii  sell out here; therefore, the  bargains.  furnishings our prices will astonish you. -       ,,  ' '' tf- i       J .   ���  ; Boots,'shoes,'hats caps, shirts,  trousers, sweaters, gloves, un-   ,\, -  <rderwear,(?  suspenders,   belts,   ',  - neck ties, etc., are being disposed of at cost.      '    .   ',  %   -i' " >-% v , ' ' < ' ��� ������'   ''  ,> You are sure of getting a siiap price- if "you come to  r &      i ���"��� 1      t���'   -,     ���       ' ',    - '   *   i .       '        <    i t        ' '  | us for anything in boys','.girls',,, and baby's shoes.  5 A quick disapjiearance has been  noted, 'in. all   yard  $ goods, but we may have'just  what  3^011  want.     Try  i? ', ��''"', " - -    i      ', -.  j us  anyway:,.        .,   ,'"V       ''   '<, ;'   ^=^  -i '..'-Scrub,  stove,   clothes , a.nd' shp"e���,   ���  ' ^brushes that'were 25, cents .are    ���  ���'.   ,now 15c All kitchen ware includ-   - '  >     ing- tubs, pails; mop sticKs, tea -and  ��� , ��� /coffee,,pots, pie .tins; etc., selling'  accordingly.',   -'    v"   ,-  if  ' , '' '    i      rr       '  Selling the-best groceries has been the habit with us*  | When we o'ffer them at these low prices jt must in=  I terest you-���SOc'.tea, coffee for 40c;'35c tea .  I and coffee for 20c; 25c pkgs. soap for 20c;  i> gallon maple syrup $1.10 instead cf SI.40;  | L."*& P.. sauce; C. & B.  pickles;  Price's  B.o  ��� K powder for 35c, formerly/50c.. .  ' ^   " ,' .       .->-!'-,     ���      -\ f~   '- '.   .< i  Get -the Ha^it. "-.Goto '  -1.  t'  l:i  .if i  > '...-; ���      '*'���<* r- ���   v<  V^i^^/VVVHAyVV^A#VVVVVV<kAA*V^iS(Vi^A/^^ ^  Ten Years Ago  The .Nelso'n Daily News is running it Ten Years' Ago department taking from the.old fyle of  the0Tribuno ite,ms that happened  at that time. TheL following will  ,be of interest to Moyie readers.  '  "William K. Hocking of Cranbrook was convicted of bigamy  at the assizes yesterday and sentenced to three years imprisonment." '  Hocking was   one  of  the first  secretaries of  the  Moyie  Miner  Union.  Flying ' Costs Money  Crippen to Hang  It costs $250 to learn to fly * by  another man's machine in Paris,  France. A good serviceable machine can be had for less' than ,  S500, cost of transportation not  included.    These latter   costs   are  l t  very considerable. The owner of  an airship needs a garage, costing  between $500 aud $2,000. Wages  of the engineer are from 510 to  $10 per week in JTrauce. But the  owner of an aeroplane needs at  least three workmen besides.  7 Schools for would-be flyers ask  their pupils from $500 to $000 for  the cost of instruction. But the  first time a scholar goes up he has  to deposit   $250   against  possible  Dr.   nawley    II.  Crippen  was damage to the machine,  found guilty of having   murdered  his wife, known on  the   stage   as  Belle Elmore.     Crippen   was sen-1  Leave for New  Field  tenced    to    death   and   will   be  hanged on Nov. 15th,  L.VTIJU.  A dispatch from London dated  October 20th says that Crippen  has decided to appeal, and the  date of his execution is unfixed.  Canada, and otio of tho world s  best musical organizations, has  added very much to the attractions of the big show. The Canadian Pacific Railway company  will grant a one way first-class  fare for the round trip from all  points in the Dominion of Canada,  and in addition to that have  granted selling, dates in advance  of the regular selliug dates to  tlio public, for the benefit of  the exhibitors, thus giving to all  exhibitors the same privileges as  granted to tho public. Exhibi-  tors's tickets will be sold on the  certificate plan.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  ha.s become famous for its cures  oflcoughs, colds, croup and influenza. Try it when in need. It  contains no. harmful substance  and always gives prompt relief.  Sold,by the Moyie Drug ,'& 'Stationery Co..  brother W. D. Hill's store in Cranbrook. He will move to Cranbrook in about three weeks' time.  Geo. Hillier, former station  agent at Moyie, but for the pabt  several years stationed at L'tdy-  smith, returned tlio other day  from a three months' trip to Lou-.  don. His two daughters were  with him. ,  Paralysis"  Dr. G. A. B. Hall, medical health  'officer for the city of, Victoria, is  urging complete isolation in the  cases of infantile paralysis| cropping up in that city. There have  been a groat number of deaths  from, the cause in Victoria, and  Dr. IInl 1 is convinced from his observation iu that city aijd in  other places that the dUoasb is  contugions.  Your cough annoys you. Keep  on hacking and tearing the dele-  cate membranes of youi throat if  you want to be annoyed. Hut if  you want relief, want to be enrod,  take ChambeiIain's Cough Iteiu-  r-dy. Sold by the Moyie Drug .v  Stationery. Co  Rev. R. Atkinson, wlio has been  holding evangelistic 'services in  Moyie for the past two weeks,  and Mr. IL Brown, who conducted  the song service, are leaving today  for Kuslo, whore they will speud  two weeks. They will then go to  Swift Cut rent tor the final two  weeks of evangelistic work before  returning to their homes in On-  taiio.  The K and II cigar has jumped'  to   prominence   through   tlie   ex-  ellent flavor   of   tho   tobacco  out  ' of which it is mado.  lie Crantoook Co-operative Storgs  Is Offering'.'Very.' Attractive Prices Oi All Their  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  discount will be given off every piece for the next mouth  ; Here Is Your Chance.  'ROOK CO-OPERATIVE 'STORH  <dl  l��*I!/��  ^  '<T  '   W  li  Sflc  .��*.  >   -!  [I      '  ll  Ci!  i'i  i 1   "  ���*,'  M  )il  //  .-.-...-..v.a:,:-^ 1   (.,
mg and gulf
something on mv
"What was that?'
' Tin- ghl    '
7   ivi-  ong-iged  torhe-i   she
mc gim up drinking, smok-
DO   you   see   that    man
,   Willi  lus note- in Hip
ivitb  hi-, nose' ''
Vi-fe, 1 know luui.''
I   suppose  hi- believes
good, pine ozone?"
.N'oj  he's' limiting loi
, t believe.  '
of all, 1 gave
going    -ll.lllg
.tu, smliin '
Tho young mother s'miled demure-ly,
aiid'sani. " Hit, father .end 1, with a pail
of wnlei. hilve lioeu practising on liim
for Ilu- 11st li-n (l,ivs '
jii lain ig  in
a   iircitir, gar
Mli.S.   .Xl-'WiUCH.   '  "£
Kohors,   the    hutlei.
Sii7:iiinc.    tell
that   ,f   he
,       must   smoke- in   the   kitchen   he
shoulil use bottci  tobacco.'" vl
fsii/aniio     ^'1 diil tell In in, but ho so/,
they'ie the host cigars iniistor has."
|Vj()  .iiiiouiil   (if  aigunieiit,  will   nuke
dk\      in*- behove thai ■women will ovel
become    successful    politicians,"
remarked the b.ubeloi  bnaidor,
'•What makes -on think si)?'' .sjioke
one of the yoiuii> women present.    '
"Because s() iniiiv ut your sex; dou't
care lnr public sentiment," u-torted the
bachelor. , ,
,   '"That, is quite uitnial." replied tho
young   woman.-   "Hut   what   gentleman i
woi\ld make love to a -woman  in pubHc,   ^iting lt ma'>t' h
can  vou tell mei" ' . ,
Silence  followed, i  , -
I'LL wager >>'eH will not
away   this' sinnniei   ji.
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One of the latest prominent gentlemen to ijieok. highly £n Zam
Bak'j favour ij Mr. C. E. Smnford
of Weiton, King's Co.. N.S.* Mr.
Sonford is a Justice of the Peace
for the County, and a member of the
Board of School Commissioners.
Ha is «!so Doaoon of tha Baptist Church
in Borwick. Iudfeed lt would bediffioult
to find a man more widely known and
moro highly reapaoted. Here is ^ his
opinion of Zam-Buk.    H» nays :—   '",.
"I never viaod anything that gave m
«uoh satlflfaotlon as Zam-Buk. I had a
pitch of Korenia on my ankle which had
been there- for over 20 yon.rn. Sometimes
also the disease would break ont on mr
ahonldern. I had applied various oint-
menu and tried all sorts of'thins* to
obtain a onre, bnfc in rain. Zam-Buk, un-'
like ererjthlng;, else I had tried, prored
highly BAlixfaotorr and cured the ailment.
aI hare *l*o niod Zam-B ulc for itohing:
piles, and lt has ©Tired ttiom oomplately
also. I take comfort ln helping: my brother
men, and if the puhlfeatlon of my opinion
of the healing ralue of Zam-Buk will lead
other sufferers to try, It, I should bo elad.
Kor the relief of stlflferinjr caused by Piles or
Skin, Dlaesnei I know,of nothing to oqoal
Zam-Buk."  3     i
Eaia-Buk eoru nlcan, abscesses, blood-polaon,
riof-worm, laatarlng or running- ■ores, bad I«t,
lancoss ulcers, Kit rbeum, prairie itch, cuts,
burns, bruises, baby's sore*, ate.' Purrtr herbal,
60s box, dniycirtt and stores. Refuse Imitations,,
give liei.self
tin'-  manner
she.did  last!" '
•■How was that?  ' /        »
"She" ami Dick, h.-ul (heir heads to
get hei 'so much that .Noll got ficekled
on onlv one ta.Jc (il   liei  jo-co."
p   '        i*    *     K '
"JY/T I.     11KA V Y Will (J 1 IT.''    said    the |
JjJL    minister. "i,s willing to subsc ribe
/        il0,000 for a chuic-h, jjrovsik-J wo
i-aii  ger ollioi   hubsc-nptions  mnking up
the wmo ainouni.' >
"Vet yon seem disappointed.''
,''fYes; 1, was iu hopes, he  would con
tribule AlOO m c-iisli."' - .
noso   so
LJTTLU   bo^,  one   day   at  dinner
ga/ed at lm jt'uthei 's face a long
while, aud.llien wild:
i''Papa,   what   makes   your
dreadful  red?" "   .
"Tho oast wind, of course," the- father answered, with gruff haste, "Pass
that-diigJ^nt.^;hrtj»p..«un;,i^..Toa'j; talk so
niueli.') '
Then, from the othoi end of tho table,
tlie boyV mot ho said sweetly:   ,
"Ves, Tnmmj, pass your fntht-i tho
east wind, and Lie enrolul l«?t to .pill;
any on Ihe tiiblecloth ,"
earls, are of too high rank foi the position.
"Maids of honor do duty in couples.
The tune of waiting is funs  wi-Wcn, and
each   maid   is   jn   attendance   for   that
period abour t.'ine i.iiies in  the course
of twehc  moulhs      U'lien  the cciut  is
I in London the. mauls of honoi  icaide in
their own  homos, and   not  at  Hm-king
lidm Palace;  bul, as iu the case of the J
j other  court   ladies,   i   royal  cairiage  is
] seiii   to  coin*o.i   llieni  tu  and   liom  llic-j
scene of action. '
"If ii maul  of   honoi   (bancs  to  be j
a pool's daughter, she, ol  course, licai-j
the lourtc-sy title ot   '•honorable," but
ii   uot  .sho'is  iii\esjid   with  that nt-.lt-
aml title iinmediat.-'v -itlci her appoint-
moiit.      And   this   she    bears   for   life,
wheflioi" single in, tii.uiicil     .And she re
i'i'iM". a badge of uflnc. which takes tlie
form  of a  mimaline  of   the (u)iu-en  set
iu diamonds.'    '        .      ..
"In evoiyda\ Iue this can be hoiii
as wiphed,' but when i*s i'w uei' is in
a'taehod to the left
side of tho bodice, and used -is a decoration. ,And the bailee 'is letaincil for
life, and' not given up on marriage 'oi
when leaving the n>\.il service. The
oflice of maid of honoi is lnglilv esteemed, nt ,it gives,inm-li social status, audi
iu the end of'eu leids to a successfuljl
man ia go. , ' J
•'Quei-ii   llarv   has   appointed   LadV I
Sliafte.sbur.v   as   liei   I'ulv   of   the   bc*d-|
tho position oi  alfairs and will be able
to picjv out  the nieii  who do,not   want
records  and   the  .-liner  knights  ot  the
sulky who like to, manipulate,  the mar
kct.    Then the a\,   will fall and al'tei a
ieu examples the balance of the duvei.s
will  fall  nidi  line  and  he  will  have no
j I rouble  (hiough   the  other meetings of
| the o'rCuit.    j\s to tlie <;ui>sliAii of e.\-
peiise, th.ttnflaj- n,n madly waved when
a  paid  professional -.tinting judge was
fii-st  j.n.pused.'    The   siuall  associations
decl.ued  that   they could  j-ot  nQ'uid  it,
Xnw. ilie.\ , all   have   them   ami   would
not   be  withonl   them.     When  they gel
the (onipctont j>aut,iiresidmg judge ai.d
have  tried  him   they ,will   wom'et   how
they managed  withonl   him.        "    '
HL'KK   is  M.,ik   Twain's desenpti
ot   a   iiiitice  he   haw   iu   a   ISw
HALI.RUM'K had'invited, his tiiond,
l]iingeift)id,   to   dinner   at   il'is.
Skautable's boaidiiig  house.
How's  this   loi   ;c   cliickeu3dnmpr,'i
man?" wluspoied  irallnune, proud
meanly;  '
a "eliic ke«
.bout it," said' Huugeifordj
but t usually o.tt moic than
TKN.VA^JT was playing nurse to tlie
twins  on   tlu>  front  porch.    The
' Inina were annoyed becau,-.e ench
wanted  exclusi\e  possession" of  a  soli-
tar-,   kitten  and  flicy were yelling.'
A ^neighbor . p.Mise'd at "-the gate.
",Well, Tciiiiatit," he as'lcoil," '-'what
would you rake foi those children of
yours"?"    , '        ,    ,
Tennani shifted in his chair. "All the'!
money'    in    the    world     couldn't    buy
them," he declared. /'But,*'.he added, I
tliquglitfuljy, ' "T   wouldn't    give    ten
cehtb apiece for any,more like them."
WA1T1-JIC,-"   giiimbl
->u1   should   like
11' •
„   rpc">   -all    .ippL'.uai-cc-A   Ten key.   knows
X . what   to do with  lu-i   n\.-Knltau  lo
pieven'    auv ' .strciiuoiW    inLerfei'-
',enue with the com,so ol political cvciiri
, 'The   i>rescrjpti')?i   is  simple— contuinous
'and   coinplol"   isolahoii   liom   tlie   out
side 'woilil.    'fsni.ilJ    wonder   thc-n   that
,   Sultan Abdul JUinld is- dosciibed as tlio
, i,"iiiihapjin«^t m-iu on eailh'-' as he pass
i^ Mid.iii('hol\   da>s  in'I Ik-   Villa  Abia
tiiu      A   coires|ioiicU-ii(. ut* the   London"
Kxpress   icpoitH   nn^account   from   (he
lleniu i l.o'l.al    Ajm-igei    ofillu.'   "Sick
t Alai.   n)-,,   l-,un)j>eus"   "unalid   existence
.-sy Ic-utul is he it" (issassination that'ho
°'Mas ne%ci  appeau-d at any of- tbo windows of bis -will |,.S|   lu-rbe shot'-  -\\V
, J (.-.(<1:   n -
Xeitiici    iiMxicc   uoi    eni u-aiic-s:   Mor
(5M-ii  stiingeiit   i^u-dical  ouleis,  will   in
'lice  him  1,o  leave  [he  house  and  lake
"' "Ov-rcUo in the'{j.uijci!      <    •' .
Mot  only  doc-Ji-lic  u-m.iiu  si ubboi.ulv
nivloois, -but'    nothing .will   make   hiiii
leave   the   fiist" ft'oor   of   |h»   \illa      'ih-
, loars'  to   fnjs^   lii'uvll   fo   th.-   ground
Ili.or   lest   bombs  shoulil   be   coi.cc-.iled
in  llic-eollHi- henoath      lie aviII  not  -jo
up to the second H.ic.i, loi  he thinks the'
\ill.i Miight be «C( on luo, and he woiild
)« risk  be.'oie   he  could   esc-ilpe
A "victim lo insomni i, be never un
dtosses, but Ins (Inn, bnvvd ligui.- is
see-l i< uid< ring during the mghl fiom
room to loimi until I'nialh   Abdul fl .mid
lupuld   like    to    know  ,rhc
meaning   of   this      Veat^iday   T
\t,,is  skived   with a  portio'i  of pudding
fwice this si7o '' <
."'Indeed,   sir!"  lejoined   the   vvailei.
"Whero did you sitf,"'
' 'By, tho window.'"
"Oh,  that  accounts .foi   it,   -We a}-
wayscgive people 1;\   the window large
portions. ' Jt \s an advertisement."
yo-t about it; for it's kind of cruel and
yon mightn't lef mo go again."
However, the desue to tell it pru-
\ailed, and in an awful voice she whis
','They us,c tlieir own gtandulothci foi
a cook1." .
-■ *    *    *
rpirK JVlajor (.inspecting Touilorui'ls),.
-L1 '"I wanf 1o compliment yr-u, sir,
i on,the laultloss manner in -\\luch
lour blanket and ovei.oat are rolled
tt  is perfection."
Piivate Bnnloy   , "j'oui yeais" pin,-
tier   in   Ford'and   G.ijlor's" Ilannel" do
partinont .toitei'  do" something   foi    a,
lii-iii '•' ..       , i
f    .        «    ..    „
rPllli onlv ilnug 1 iiiid to say iiguint
1- you is thai' your washing bill is
I'.ir too ,p\tid\dgAii(. Last week
you had six blouses in tin. wash. "Why.
•lane, m.y'oiMi 'i,niclit(ji',wHo\ ei so nils,
more man two1 V ",
"Ah,  that' tiiAy, be,    mum,""' ru|.lied
•lane, "but'l   'avo ?o'    Vour daughter's
sweetheart   in  a 'bau«   clerk,   wkiiejny.
noting   man   is   a   chimney ,-n cop        li
mjilccs a  dirterenoo,  mum   '
chamber.    Lady 1. Iinni-sliury has ni/iiiv
charms and graces, and as Lady Oios
j vernor's   dauglitei   il ,iiln.Y   be   giAs-.scd
that she is clevt-r and cuHurcd beyond
I the average. She lik(.'J bociks'and re.id-
! ing.  ,is   fond   of   im.su-.j and,   whon   in
town, may often bn'i-een at the opi-rd
and (it concerts, both public and private.
She 'l'-* i young and boaim/nt," and' hor
face is- framed in'm < loud of, soft'gray
hair, and, she bus n gentle and most
attractive personality Home 'time ago
sho wont to South AiriVa to vimt. the
giavo of her husband; -is be "was liy his
own wish'buried wlitie he fell on Dm
mond Hill, 'Lady \irlie is fond ' of
(lowers, and at nci JScorch homo has
made a 'garden of friendship, where
every flower has Hem planted by a pei.
sonal friend! oi  ;\ visitor-of di"-tincrijiii.
Vi'KLL DRESSED man onteicd a
flotist 's shop, threw down a sovereign, and s-iiil'ihe wanted some'
iloweis to take homo. Up \y51s very unsteady, and liacl^ev^ejitly beenVlooking!
on tjie wine wltr-friX'was red The {Im-T-
ers-appaiently woio intended as a domestic 710.100 offc-i iug,
,Thci llorist picked ont a dozen 'clirv
saiifhomnins, and the customer started
lo leave.      , r •,.'.'
At the door ho hrsilated
■ -- fi
- . ^ 1  - ri r
With the Horses
"The Model Hotel. Tue comforts
of home withnui its responsibilities,
'J.llus hotel has been'built and arranged
fur the special comfoit and convenieuce
of its visitors On si nival, each gucat
will be asked licw'ho likes the,situation/
and ii he says tint hotel ough'l to have
boon placed higher ti|) ou the knoll, or
farther down towards the village,',tho
location cif'thc house wiJl be liiiineiliaiii-
iv changed. Corner tioiit rooms up onlv
0111- tlighi  ioi every guest. ' '"
"U.-iflis, {.us, hot and wild walor, I.uin
dry, telegraph, fir"e ai.-inu. b'lr-rcrom, bib
Jiaid table, daily. p,-ipeis, sewing ma.
eliitie. grimd piaiid, clergyman, anil, all
othei niiHlbin conveniences m c-veiyi
room. Waticrs of any nationality „'r
coloi dosiied. i;\erv waiter.,turlii*<.lu-d
Hllh :. libi'oito. button hplo, bouquet,
tull dross <!iuiJ, ball labb-ts', and his hair
parted down ihe middle. Everv guest
will hai,v.tlie best wiiiter hi the lioule.
-'.'Any guebt not getting his brclikfasL'
red-hot, or experiencing (1 delay of six'
teen seconds'ufiei giving his order tor
diimer. will please mention the fact at
the olhe-o. Children will bo welcomed
with delight, and arc requested to bring
hoopstlcks and s'ltinfios to bang rh(* can
•fl  bay{n 'bo  said,   Hiic-kly,   "matsh
thc=e flowersh'callod'?" '       *        ,
'' Clirysiinthciruiins ''  "      '      , '   ,
The customer shook'Jiis hedd..   '/Got
fo  have  something easier "than   that,"
"Gimme a do/.en pinks."
he said,
[T 1-  one  m.uk  oft a  quicK. -wl-alcvV-r
L    school   ho   m.i-v   belong  10    that   he
net ci    admits   ],is    own    ignoilince.
l-\  "hedge iloetoi.  ' a  kind ol   uiui k in
■ ii
coti' h
'  works  a~  r-
and  icceiitly
I    -nd    sbiinbi-is    filluliv
pi .'1I11   dim ng  1 he
finished making a
?     t
I ill
on  •
'      .'I
' 1 IV,
l l:i''gc vvaulrobe.
^t 1 indole   enough,   his   oin-   desue   1-
lo (aid a piireh.iM-i foi ilk  II is not (hat
he needs the uionc^, bttl be longs to con
\111ce himself that the woik 0/ bis handd
is 01 numeral \- value
He begs his VTardcis l",n leive to soi.d
il'. i\ :n in oho aw.'.v liorn the villa to
be ..old. but hit. tcquost is lofused in-
».uiibJy The   Tuikish   Governmenr
fe-iis that within the v.oodvvoil, there
m-iy be coiiM-aled some ciinles'iable 1 mn
"ii"' 11 n 1011   lo   Ins   friends
Vbdtil II mini i.nuSvh nothing ol the
initsi(ie world JN'cilliei he 1101 the (wo
wives and the servants who followed
him into c'lplivif)' \u' allowed to read
...v   , evv snip, r
Once  his  keen   dcsiic   lo  lea 111   w h il
^ is   hajipcuing   lei   turn   to   attcmjit    to
iv it elf 1 s,   lo   w hoi.,   he'
Ireland, was being cm mined al an in
' quest oil his 1 teal.m-iu of a oatien/ who
'  'I  i;a ,'e  bun   ipoc u-ii,.iiha    '  he-yiid.
' ^^0ll nnglil as well have giien him
ihe   iinoii   boieali-,  ' said llio  t-oioncr
"Indado. ^eI lionot. and Jliat's mst
what 1 should have given him nL-\t. if
he li-idn "t   died. "
J     his   r.
bribe  one
1 !l .ied
,(i'i   nn, the   1
— - was   lemarkable   for
roadv  wn      On   one   occasion,
while   t raveling, on   a   steamboat'.
a  well   known   sharpe-'i.   who   wished   to
get nitoj.he  priest's good giaces. said
"Vather,  I  should like  \ er\   much to
he-u one of vein  "sermons •> ,
"Well''   sa.d   the   clergyman,   "yen
lOnld h.^e hcud itio last  Siimlay if vou
hurt boon when- you should have" boon '
'  Whc-ie'was that, piav?"
"Jn  the  onnnfv -jail,''  aiisweied  the
bbil' priest ns he walked awav
rpitKKi:  ,was  once  a   plavw right whe
X     sit  tu  the  front   low at   the  first
111',I      lli-VV
He 1 la mors for details ol
linn   which   elided   his   reieii.
l->e,urti'iu s    lie-   sit'
1 11'   i'i    11 i 1 111. ho];,
l.'e  ently     vv'ien   I!
'I ,;i ii il tied   bin   ci 1
I    'I ill III    ,vo,ii   -".I'll
. 1    I   -siili i'i,   •n.ijfl
houi     i>l<
11.edit it i-Mi
e     llftll CIS     11
Ins  l.irli
sain   '   f
II ei..i .1,
s]l l|>01
rev obi
11 v
t 10    vt hen    yoi
11 mill.11' Km
■I  IV.
1       I'll    «
\ "ll      .  .IM
;r i(n! 1(1
\i",(il   II find  is HiUnscIt   I(iii*i lv      \l
''l      '   '   '    '11    1 hi   (H lv   s .11   wlin   1 ,i|    I-,  ,
hi   ■ III "     ,   . [ll ■ V (' V. ,     ll.        ,   , s,     ll |l      '11
'.''   '   i'Ur   I h 11    Ins   lal'iei   u 1       ii   ;.. 1,;
I IH s    (|l  ll      I     I     ,., I     .   ,'   ,
1    "      1 -    V ,1 11 im I  ll' 'ill 1    1     ,
I'" Us I '1,     •       „..,.,        I.I ,Vl        .11 I,
I'l' ' .     Ill ■<   C "I.V li,   I    is   11    ill  li     '1
Il's   '     ' I ll s|,i^   linn   i.|    ll  IV II   _   ,   III
■il' .... 'In 11,.if Ik 1 I.,- m
-'' I .- 1 . ' ' ii.s. d 1 ,111m him i 1
.      '     I"  in  1       111,   1 1     I',     Ihi
niijiit ol  n   new   piece ol   his own.
piece failed     lt   t'ail-d  dreadfully,
the   plavw right   s,(t     p.i],.   ,ln,3   sad,
anud  tlirt  hisses,  a   woman   behind   I1111I
leuiO'l   torw.iiel  nnd  said
I       ' Fvi use   ui".  sii .   lmr    knowing  you
I"  b,-  the   uithoi   of  this   play.   T  took
'"' ' j Hi.- Iibeity    if  the boginnmg oV the per
j foi mine, of  snipping oil  a lock  01  youi
julv { 1' 'i        \llow  mv to leluin  tt to vm "
M    ' -     «     ,
II I l.l'   \I111, whose iaiuil",   lived in
r it I ei   1 irffe  house.  wiLh  a com
intlinle   eijl'ipmi ni   ol   seiv.iuls  i,o
.1   -mootlih,   wei.i    lonn-   i.ne   da-,
n    si iniol    wiiii     1     ittlu    plav.nate,
.   1-ll- u|s we..   1 1  i- i.e h 'ii -s -iflLui'llt
ll-llslni   ,   ,   - S ,,,.,       j,,,) ,       s,,,.^        jr(j„,]
TO  Americans,' who arc   not  involved
in the chase attoi titles of uobihtv
ihe  ))lii-ases "l^eper  ot   tho  rova'l
seal,"     "pri^y    counciloi.''    "1-idv-iu-
waiting   to   tier   ."-.raji-sty,"   and  ""mistress of the mbpV ^em hardly to be
lung  to   the   modern historv     bud  e\-
pects to find mo'deb- 'it their.'in historical iiiiiseums labeled"" Peventeenth Con
tiny'.'   01   "Vioui' t,li(-   teign   of   Ueuigc
,UI."    But tbe.f.t'i'e&.iop of a' new 111011
arch   ui' Great   Bnt.im   and   thr-kVonse
qu-iit, cnanges^ m' i^iu- personnel 'of  the
i»y,.l householcl alouf.es a  new' interest
111 Uie attendants on (ovalt.i** 'A. writer
in   The.  t.i-ntlewoinaii  , (*L.)'ridon) windi-
cites  the duties (,i   the-' Queen's  -itten
el.n.-ts   end   sketches  those  -vvhn   ".ito   a(
jiiesent^fill'iig fbe-so pfhees (indoi   (Ju'een
3i.ii v. o ' -
"The I idles ,,f Qn'0ll .\I,u.v "s house
hold are divided into four 11;. s(,s.
I'lf-tt-f omes the inistiess of the icibes-.
'hen ladies ol the, boil chamber, usually
styled ladies in waiting, women of the
j bed 1 lumber, -uiiil maids of'honoi (Juecn
Vieloiia is ., ioijf,IMUr seiveieign had
I CIS lit ladies pt ci. I. class in her house
hold ■■ v
'The iiiim'bi'i icrained by a 'e|iic'eii
lonsoit, howevej. vanes ,11-corriing to
hei [ileasuie and coin eniein e. Queen
3I;uv has at present ,n (H,) set vice onlv
one ladv in wilting, tluee e-xira ladies
111 w.titisig.i-.ind four vvoii.ei, of tlie bed
ehambei. Plaids of honor had nof been
appointed  at   the  turn,  of   writing.
"The oflice ot niistiess ol Ihe iobi<,
io a queen ie»nant is ,1 jlolil-1 al one and
changes with the go\ eminent; but thai
'if a queen i-ousorl is in hei own gilt,
aud mav be held for ,111 meb^finite pui
Kiel rfl'lip ni|sfie-ss 0( t(ie lobes inusl al
ivavs be' i- .i.iehess, wliereus in ease of
a queen eui.soif a widowed duchess may
be   iijij.united   if   more- convenient
'The duties ot t misiress of the tubes
an- limited lo state ntiM-ioiis. This
lush ollicul is ,,1 tho royal suite -it
courts, palace bills ,,„,) ,,t the meeting
01 Parliament Vt such times she stands
behind the queen, .-.nil she walks behind
her rc.yjl mistier in ,iry state profession AKo when a procession drives
thiotigh the stii'<-ts the carnage in
wIiilIi she is soiled lollovvs •ne-et allcr
the state carriage' of the so\ i-ipicus
WITH 'each,, recovering    season   oi
'   trotting .sport tomes up the'Vld,
old'^horu1-   of  incompefencv' 111
the, occupants of the; judge's stand. TJiis
complaint is not coiilinpil  to the' miiior
orrhalf mile tracks, llttn has  been  loud
and deep al  somo of the big uieefii'jgs.
'A commoii sonteiieC"in a report withi-lre
gard to .irIitu*e not being driven to win
a certain hear, is.-- IM-ry one saw„it but
the judges.  ' aiifi  jt  is a igenc-iallv ac
eeptc-el'itaet that tin- (iid^c-s have looked
with a blind eye on'many leading .horse
men who notououslv ev;n'de or rather de-
libci-nlely  ignor«'the rule against^laying
up heats. ■ We haVa for many years been
opposed to tho old threu-in'-iivo* system
with an unlimited iiiu-ibcr of  heats and
have,  had   the  pleabiiie  during  the'   last
decade  of. seeing a  variety "of systems
tiled, all wilh the ,-uiiic /jiid. ih view, ot
shoiteuing the race, ancl  though  it. ha.?
its diawbacks, probably- Ihe best pyac-'
tic-il  condition  is' that 'all,1 paces sjiould
end  with the  fifth  hear, yet even  then'
it two horses Ii.it,e eiu-h two heats' there
i-- flic sporting llosiio 0^ tlie'crowd to see
a /inal  boat   belween   the two     But   if
we  must -have the  three'iii-fivo„sy.ste;n
and-as long as'W(.-r dc> have jt, drivers
■will  lay  up heatV. and take  cl.ancei of
boatji'ig'the .|ihIj,'c>s"  {"As. for, the",public,'
tja.it docs not, cute, uitu t'ho calculations
at all.
-Noi   must   a   be   supposed   that   onh
the   unscrupulous  driver  who 1, willing
to make a don I 01  be a helper en  [mil a
heat lor a littje -111,0 moiipy is the only
offendei     A -well known drivei .ot hitjli
reputation   who   tlivays drives to win a
1.11.1-.  once  boldly m ulc  this  piibh.-  dre
l.tiation       "H   I  am  compelled  lo  win
tbicc limits 111 five to -win the race and
find   I  cannot do it   in  straight  hears, 1
eousidei   I   h-ive a ,pei fee t  right to pick
the tluee hi-ats I  (lln wm "    Xow that-
sounds logn a) and  honest.     Hej  possiblv
wins the  first   lioat   m  ,(  Jiare! lu.ish,  is
doubliul if he fin keep i,p the 1 kp aud
decides to lav up tlio ni'vi      (lis lepuf-i
tion is so good that, the innocent betters
back  him  for ih" record, the public-  111
the grandstand a 10 all watching him, he
diives an ensy mile, possiblv indulges in
a little bicalc on the lop tin 11 and conn's
home in  the field      He possibly   rope its
this porioi nia-ace  in  the  np\l   hoa|   and
then conips out and wins the' race     The
few  horsemen in   tho  inside  could  lead
the  rrtep   from   start   to  finish,   but   the
gic-af  erowd of .spectator ate not satis
fiod      Vet it  must be boine lu mind that
the trainer lias got to think of Ins and
his ownei's inteiest and that the paia-
niiuint  ob|0't   is to win  the  race and if
he   thinks    be    cannot   win   in   straight:
heats  he  must  drop one  or tvvo      It is
the- I.itv which is in fault whiih at times
compels the; best men 10 rvado it, wliilo
it  enables the dishonest drive-,   to do a
great  deal  of crooked   .vork.
General (Irani  oncc'said the best  w;u
ro get  rid  of   a  bad  I-1"" vv;s to  strutlv
<-d rose-wood furniture", specially provided Jor' that" purpose; jtnd peg;tops ,to
sjiin on the Tolvet carpe'l.s-. Thev Mill
bp tUlOwoeLto bang'o'ti the" piano "at all
Iioum. yell1 in \,l,c lui\\n, slide- dawji the
hamsters, fall down-tatr-a,"cany awav in
rhen prtckols 'dessert eiwugii foV a l.ord
Mayor's feast, aud nialco themsol'ves as
insufTeiable as the fondest moth<-r can
desire. *'' t l
"A discroat waiter/who belongs to
the Mas-oiis,. .Oddfellows, sunl, Knights of
Pytlnas, wlio,'was neve-r lcnown to tfll
even -Ihe tune ot ( day. 'is eiuploypd fo
carry milt pwK-h .lud hot toddies,to flic
ladies'   looms   in   the   evening.' 1
"'livery lady will be- considoicd tke<
belle'of't lie house, and bovs wilj an, wor
Hie: heHpiqmpth. Hhoiilcl anv boy fctil
'ror.-ipjic'ar at (lie gues-t'.s door wi'lhr a
piteber of ice watei, more towels, a 'gin
cocktail, '.Mid, pen atuP ink, bof6re tho
guppt's ha„d has kit the"boll knob, he
will bo br.'indcd 'Sing' on his forehead,
aiul be impiispned for life. „  '
."The iiott-t. .secretary has been care
fully selected to picas'- mpTi-boflv. und
can jilliv billuu-cl^. load '111 prayer,"match
woistf-el at the 1 village store,.ibmec* the
lancers, amuse .children, is a good judge
•of horse., can curl lu ir, -flirt, with 'any
young huly ami not mind being cut dead
when 'pa comes \'Iov\n,' can pack fort'v
people; in fl)o best room, iu the house,
when the hotel is full, a'ttotf'd to'Ihe
e-nmniiinieator, andvnusw-pr"qties. icftis in
I,Icbrc-w,,(?reckvQhnctaw: Gaolij;. or anv
other 'flolite. language. -    . ,    " '
I "Gentlemen can drink, .smoke, swear,
chow-, gamble-, loll risque.'stones, ,htarc
ai the,now slrrivals, and inditlgo hi other
innocent amusement common to wilier
11-g places,"in any p^irt of fife liotcl ',
"The'propuefor vvill talLo it ,-is u per
sonal nffiont ir any "iiost, <nC Tcaving„
shembl fail tokbspute rho.'bill, tell Imn
hi- is «'^vitailor, bis house a barn, tj'e
table wic-tched, 11 ip wines vile, thai he
(the gnesl) was never so imposed upon
111 his life, will nevei stop '.hero again,
i.nifl ni'-.'ips to w.'.in Jus  friends '*
regulations. Not since- the embargo ivas
placed against Canadian cattle eutoring
(ire'at iJritain, ban any outbreak of dis
ease among Canadian live stcie-k of a'
sc-riOus natuio occurred. At all oveuto
none or the diseases, given as an excuse
lor tho placing on of the embargo have-
broken out. 'A few yearn ago when ,foot
and mouth disease brokn Out in some (if
tlio Kastern States. Canadian qliaraiitine
iCguiatic.ns wcic- suflicicnt lo jirevcni
that disea.se from getting a.-ijoss \|ie*
boundary. So fai as freedom irdui nn'
junous eoutagiou.s disi-ases amon^ live
stock is concerned, Canada's re-cord if
'a vciy goo.l one and equal to thai Cir
any country tin world ovei. The- outbreak, in ("teat btiitjiin m'ni'i, Ui nm.
filiasi-^o this fact, as the one reason why
llio embargo is maintained against On nudum en file is the danger of bringing
contagion ialo the  Wiiilod„ ijCmgcIom,'
TAREWELL   GIFTS    ' '   '-
(^1 0.\JI'.VCT   farewell   gifts   for- tiro
J    ln\ voller ' who ,di&hkps  to  be   bur-
1      denod with suiplus baggkgo aro in
Mibslaiiti!|l cases of, morocco. JeiitVr 01
pigbkin.   ^I'hcrp an; drpssiug'rolls which
have ' .speci il   pockets   for   eat-h   toilet
nc-e'-ossity as  well as ci'iiiiploio 'm.uiicliio
sets, cases confaining brushes with fold I
ing handles 01 for haiidki-rchlcfs, gloves!
and veils and bo.ve'-s holding1 all maiuiorj
,bt meuijiug utensils.   '       '-   ,'    ,        a j
A   uniijuo contrivance lo be stiapppil)
te>  the   outside  of  a   snir' case  im|cjs  a
«kiit, wrap 01 steamer iug and may be
used   for  a   bag,  seat'^iad   01   unibioHa
case. ' '"
, Siualle-r sized * emitiivanccs " w(iii'li
any tourist will lis gla^l to have iru,pclt-
jirotpeted casC-C, holding a pocket -.ipiod
alcohol stove, collapsible'elrinkiilg,, en 11,
tiny iiftojs foi j.epjior and -lalt,'a .folding1 knife, spoon and fork; twe, miuia.
run- jiacjks of playing (-ajds.or u 8(11:1))
ci.rrcsjion<lenc;e |>acl equipped ' with
sheets, cin;e^jies (ind inky,pencil. ;, ' '
III rubber lined leather envelopes arc
face jjJoth'*, 'paperweight sandals am]'
small si/.ud hot-witter 1iottl<»sr
•57 Ufa.    last kw „,„. drt^ «w*,.
_*? .FT1 6fw^5*~«trialboxL.
Thousands of--tnothors- ran test if v lo
tlm vfrt.no oCjiMrtther nra\,o»'' Worni
E.vleruiinatoij bt-cause, lU6y kiiow "frqi.\
experience how 'useful it is,     r •■•
How Horse .Thieves arc TreS3aS3r:
teen hor>„. Ihu-vos, l,avc hei, lvlut(
>y ,.rtn-d,,l, in th, vi,!^. ,,, S/ ;'«'
ItUh-Fiii. 'i'lioy vvciq thrash.,,) r>ml ," >
en by thf ?Wamlt of, „,,. h «" «
01    tt.en.rk.llotL-.snd   fil1rtl(I1   ,; ,
ii;iltilii1eel.     Coisftitk^,   urnvH   tlii'S,'
after tlje lynching ail([ airesfci f',7'
tbree,c.'f thes, village^,. IJrt^'|
'     _.r°"' »"i«-irl*t  TVIII ,TeII T»«
Murine Eye - ltalmedy ReUeves, Eore eT~
BtrengtbenB Weak Eyes. Doesn't 8mS"
Soothes Eye Pain,'and Sells for 6fc tS
Murine in Tour Eyes anil In n'ab^i
Kyia for ScaJy Eyellela and GraaulatJot
THAT foot and mouth disease* should
break ont in lbiglniid iiotvvith
standing the stiingiiit regulations
maintained legntdmg tile admittance elf
live stock from other countries shows
the need of watch ful uess on the part of
those   wl.n   have  control  of  quarantine
For Steajm Traction Engines   :
and SteaLm PlaLivts
1 rrt
1 l ^     * . .   „
, Delivers more'power, and
- v-   - , -   - -    ?     * .,
?kiiiakes,tlie engine run bet-r
te'r^and longer ,vyitli,'less
wear andtear, Because its
jriction - reducings properties* arc  c'xactly  fitted"
'jto.  thes requirements  of
^steam traction 'engines and"steanr plants.
,, iv V ; Mica  Axle  Grease
Traction' Engines,
Wagons, Etc    '
main's the wheel zi nearly fn'caonJcss as possible and reduces tbe wtjay on axle and bit
It   piscJs   axle   troubles, saves  energ,- in 'if
"horse,  and  when  used   on  axlcj„o'~ traction
A Cure for -Fever and Ague.—Disturbance of tho stomach and fiver al
ways piocede attacks of fever and ague,
showing deiangcineiil of flu- digestive
organs and ileterioiation in the- qn.ility
ol the blood. In these aitmoiit-. f'arine'
Ic-k Vegetable Pills have be-on found
most effective, abating the fever and
subduing the ague .11 a few days There
.ire many who are sub "net to {he-p elis
tic-ssing disturbances nnrt to these Micro
i- 110 better prepai.-rtron procurable ns
a   means  o1   relief.
engines cconcniM.es
1-1   diitic-   tin- niaiiv   a7   t)u-  1-i.e 01 , . .
a iMo.iition, and  during the  ci-teincny  l,'1.0!0'' U :!n*!.1,' th<:/]"'I?^ W/"JI,,,-Il'i,h
'Ik   is iu   e-bise  al tpnelanci'  cm   hei   rov.il,
l.idv     \\ he-u iiic-ii  ma icsties are in  I ■—■ • ''
don   a   niistiess  of   theiobvs   ii'sii](.
I the  nil
>< r e.w 11
tiom  the
li mi
s. i 11
1'"     tad
1   moth
1 11 'ii   1
1 I    11".
I       sjjt.      Ml|    (    ,.      {      ,    11
!l t     1 lot I 1 1     '    .
1 lln'       ing      is
H,    -vhi-i
,' d  s nd
tin v .lo o,
I   ■ '   ha-1
L        Ml
'lll.-OI i.lHll   I
i-iniiv    I lie   1- 1
Mi'3v   in'" ' In
v\c'l   ,1   ui 11-1.'
'    I oii£
)    1\1
Ih 1 1
in 1 n
hi isle 11111
v    sin b ,1   up
It 1 gv ie   11 4   >
s iin ,.'   I 0 1 In-
it'll 11 e v cm o'
'' i ii 1 \ *' eh
no is 11 1    b vl.i.
11 .1 mi   01 e   1 b
ail   'it
- veiv
,..   tell
g   1 1 1 ('
beaut 1
11 e
vou II'
1 slot
s. but
it   be
"iml  is i'oii% i-vi-d  in an I
<if  hoi  duties  in  one  cit
i'i d.
coin t ,
1 no '
I ik batei; cigarette
\,  ..ii
t ho   nn i'   11111 igo->      Hut   >f
is    ij    v.Vi.|.]-,|.    -In1   ii-'ii'iins
Mini   "|    \"  IIIM-ei'    (    istic
'I lie   llm-li. -s  o!   Iii'vilnslnie    who   has,
bii-i clinsrn t,, f,7| this high pus;   is \]u.
e) U -1  .lii.^hii-i  01   ,'jnnl and  Lach   Luis I
I" v 1 '       '•ii    is   1 .'1   a ni   fan,   . 1 ii<]   .|i£. j
1 ih. il    luiiii ol   "•<■ i"(   li,c, ai-.l a -i. , nlell
'uothe-i   to  hot   s ,  1 JnJ.l 1 <.jj.    Mir  luis
'f'H- giiiinl   n.ei    iml will   no doubt  be
|> 1.'  ol   "1 -   '. I'll)   f  |.,, |( ,M.s    li.,t   nn    1,
1 ' ' "'it    01    iiiii.irni'i^    Di'vnnslr.iP    House
li's noi    is . , t  ,   ,,|, 1  |l(,r ij.ijyjn  he..n  the
' s. em   11   'in   s(j(,(>;\   cnl "l 1.1 uilni 11k
j       \   Inlv   ot   tnc   iii-d (li inibi-r  to  eithei
I .'    quiili    reg,   >.'    in     1    e|iiocu    1 e-nsoVt
I must be-   1 pcies.,      f[,.r '-wail"  v.mc>
^»r 1 f 1 ore threi   vveel s to a month, according
I  '      I In       qiicu's      couvemeine \nd
who'noi -ni' is it h( r own home in Lou
dun or sj iv mg it Windsor l.istp.. s|H
1 ' s, 11vv iv ]>i Id liei'ill in ie nliness
'' ' ' 11 nsiili 1 In [ -11,.,. 1^ e i'l in Iv ai
'" '   i''v 1)   1 id.       disposal.
sfnetly   with  regard   to laving
the   into   woujcl    be   quick! v
( ippealp.l.    or    old    three in live    would
I go    out    of    existence        The    diVnltv
' is 111 enfor. mg ll'ii rule.    The   ludgi s. as
1   1 ale,  do   not   do  if      Aftii   ,1   s,oic  ot
ligiant    1-isps   have   j.ass.vl    uinlei    tin-
lives   of    (!|(.    nidges   "Oliu-   bold   ofleiHlor
gets  roe 1 ll'ss. nnd   pulls  s(,  eq.iid,   th->(
evpn  the programme bovs notice il. 'n>d
I iu   driver is fined.     The ai.Mtcui   itnlge
' re the     nidge   v. bo   milv   goes   into   111 < -
s" 1,11!    two    01    i'urce   hrnis   ,|i u,,g    ("he
sp-ison   rar.'lv   sees   intelligent lv   that   a
diiver   is   laving   1111   a    licit    ind   .-von
il   In    thinks,  s, ldom  has  the   bae-kbiuie
1"    applv     the    1 ulc        ft    Icqunes    liiiuc
geiimni    abibtv,   clear   evesigbt,    i,(ivo
ind  knowledge ol  the rules to be a  pre
iduig   indgi-   than   to  be  t'.e    unipiie    it
1 b-isoli-ijl games      Tn all oilier spoils and
l|)i-timis   known   evpe-its   .11 e '< 'iiplcivcil
at   good   silarlrs  and   Ihe   uiles   •ire   en
foiceil       A     indge    should    bi-" lie onsed I
bv   the   pjionl    issocritinns   uul   be   i,.-   1
imnsibli- fo them  for a faithful npplica
tion  ol   the   lulc-s      fie shonbl   be    iinnvviii
and    ipspeeted    by   ben semi ,1.    ol     high j
he   vvnilil I reputation,  of   keen  eve   mil    lbsoluUl- ,
it  balls.' I"""'   •"""'   fearless      Tlrif   be   ■-lifinlrl   111
Threshers, ,
Plows, Harrows
Every dealer erCTywhwe.
The   Imperial
Graaiiie Harvester
. insuics better  work  from  the new 'machine
aiid lengthens the life of the old.'    Whenever  bearbgs   are   loose' or   boxes   v, orn  it
'   takes  up the  pi iv and'acts like  a cushion.
Changes of weather do not afiect it.
Standard Gas Engine Oil
is the only oi! you need, lt provides per-
" feet lubrication under high temperatures without appreciable carbon deposits on ring:, or
cylinders, and is eaually good lor the cx-
tenul' bearings.
If nor. z\ yours, write for desenpave circubn to
Oil    Company,    Limited
VOL. 1
bi    .'i    it'i   1.1 im 1   on   tm   inifen    	
.'i' .-.-I      vu'di'ijs   01   ,„i\   0M11 1   t nun., 11 rler-sf un]   the   lilies   and   (heir   in   ci,
'iiiii    iinniiiil,     nn]     <,t    ionise,     ,{     ,p I is  on.loi stood      Hut   inonlii   lndi, gn
s   iti    , 1.1   inociils 'v.'.rl.   lie   should   he  om)ili>>ed   fro"i
1 \ti 1    1 1 ' r s    „)     I,,,,    heel e li i'i]' 1      bi , inning in the e nil  el   i he   s,   1 son
.      ippe.nlid     1   lending   lei    il       lc.   l'   l'"i hi   g"   lluii'uli   entuc   circuit
11       ii.     I i,t   iin-    I, iv i'  no   s 1! ' 1 \     imil'ii   I lc 1   how he '"I a ail i lev ( 1   lu   in iv   be.
lived    'will        111   itb ml 1111-1     L  .lis   rin"-   fnsl   ineeling   will   br   I'viiuin  111 11
tike   01-1. ,     1      wom. 11   ',!    tin    hi  I   1 %v irii   him    but   he  will   get   sfipi..   u!i  1   ol
No. 42
The prictice of placing p-ipei rings 01 bands upon cigars hud its origin in tlio
early days ot cigar -miilitis, and was deigned as a eoiivmnencn for Spamnli and
( iibiui women sniokors.
The first bands used vveie- „f pj,,„, Manila juper, which the woman smoker
removed from the cig.n nut pl.-.,-ecJ upon her finger, for use in fla-Uing llio ash
from  tho cigar wilhoui  soiling or burning tbe fingers
Manufacture!     I.itei   sought,  to  improve)  the  appearance  of their  cigar,    by
'.ot, b
a trnn •
" M"
household.      They    nui.l,   lu;   oilhc-j'
ibnigbtt'T.-s   "('   vihcolints   or   barons
else ilie  granddaugliters of  poors,
daughters   .of    dukes,-' ni',w(iiih:es,
r mast li.in.i laid,, mil. they ne.e.il
. IK-eress-.-;.'; Their. !' waits" are
cj in the- .siinie way hh (hcisii of
ids .of   honor   ,arc   usually    the
oungust 'in  age. in  the  C|uc-eu's
be   oilhc-j-   the
11.i1 d
lied, Wcivlc, Weary, Watery Byes.
Relieved 13y Murine Eyo Remedy. Tnr
Murine For Your Bye Troubles. 1011
Will Like Murine. It Soothes. GOc At
Your Driipcista. Write For 3yo Books
Free,    Murine Bye Remedy Co.,  Toronto
luirses. .1
he  vvill
11.I  a.
little   1 Mi r   dci'v n   tl
a  very-  clear1 idea  of
■It Is a Liver Pill.'t-Miniy nf the ailments that man 1ms to 'contend Cvii.h
hav.. their origin" in a, diKordereil liver,
which is ;i delicate ' organ, peculiarly
siiscepfibte. to the disturbiuices that
.'"me frorn irregular. habitK or lack of
care iu eating or elrinicing. This n<:;
counts, for the great iiiauvkliver regulators now pressed on the at.tont.ion , of
.sufferers. Of these there, is none.superior to I'n ruielee 's Vegetable Pills. Their
operation t.liough gentle is ell'cctiv., and
the  most  delicate can' use them.
:-i sought t<
si.bslilulmg hindsoinely colored and eiubos-ed bands fm the plain ungs ot
Manila paper, and the use ol tl.cso finely lithographed bands, foi manv
years c:onfiiu-.l to the higher priced goods, has gi.uliially extended, 1111L1I at tho
present  time if   is ilmo't   universal.
In 1 id, to such a'i e-vtonl has the cigar nng been adopted by enterprising
m.iinit.Kluiei , th't its ui.^onco from 1 cigar is in somo cm les lc-garded is more
1'ic'lic-itive  ot  quality   (ban  olliervviso
Tho   MOl'K LYL   una  m)t  nC(.(i ;u,y artLficial  e-nh 1111 ement  of   tins  uatme-
The.mamifaciairc'Ks of the P.UCK-EYE decided that, as their customers diduot:
.smoke the band, it was bad business to take,good money fhat nhoiilel go towards
improvingythe quality'of tho cigar to put, into 'ornamental bauds. '    ,'    •■'
That is one reason why'the BUCK-KYfi makes, rings nitonnei all ■ other
P.S.—The BUCK-EYE needs no band to make it saleable. Smokers know it as the best Ten-Cent
cigar soldi. THE   MOYIE  LEADER  We guarantee the  perfect quality and  absolute, purity of  the tobaccos used in  the manufacture of  Cigarettes.  Kl-Nfi GEOKG12 waf, tolling a group  of friends ol" tome of bis experi  cniea tame the' IJrilitili crown and  sceptre iaiiie ir.to bis kee-piiig  '     "I was al  an informal tea the other  1 afternoon," <aid  the   King, "and  bid  , ding my distinguished hostess good byo?  I \ery  sick,  while  little  \Villje  was  th��  when   her   little   daughter,   a   child   of  wen  or eight'years, came forward  timidly', looking as if ihe- had something  to -say.,   She was a beiiutitul child, and  when her mother formally preVpnteel hor  she   coiirtesied   jjn-tfily   ami   said   in   a  loud,  clear  vrtic-e:  "J think your .Majesty is a 'vi-ry won  eic-riuJ man.' , ,  " 'Why do  vou  say lhal. my dearf"  1 f asked.  " - Iif-ciuM-,'    said    tin     Intl..    girl,  i 'mamma tola mp to * ''' ,  "i , ,  "That Reminds Me  n  h  1TTLK  fiLE^ANOJt,   who  was  very  fou'l of chickens, 'stood crying  ,vi-r a dead - i odsnor.' Thinning  ,!,,t .(imetliing good, ought to be said,  .-jy^eainrkcd between b>-r bObsf "He  vvavs s9 gi'i'i wlii'.n Oiu- of' the  iiT'.iti cgg.'f      '  W,iJ    "  I I'll. 11  IV IMNO" UK- recent k conclave of  X) Knights Templar, iu Ghicrigo the  , i|Osi)iiiiiblp' and willingly ���h.lpful  rCM.UnlS of the Illfaoi* city wore a  lutloi. in.i.'-iibed: f'A��dci.Me, I Live-  /,,���. "' ("iifortiiniitcly, it it reported,  tbr Aceslioil' moxt,, coiibi, ouly provoked  In   .this    signal     of     kindness  ��� was;  ���/wbjr;'  '   ;/. ���,.1 '���    ,  U1*L,  ng<rd  the  cat at  proved by her,. father,(i who-- told  her il.nt the cat must wait until later,  tt hereupon . the *. mall'. git I" wept    and  Mid. ,'.       -f   ".   'V '     'k  ��� -J. tii.nk,it  is a "baiue, -|L!3'' because  sl,e  is sv  poor ��� disiuV"  i,.t' Me a lured glrl-'  OK boarel -in  and   gentl  ocean Jiner-Voie a lady  H,  seven,  wlillp" ieedmg  tlinner-tnbUv, ,wi��  re-  .mimal,   to   treat  their young hojleful,aged nix. aud  as is usually 1hi- case, the parents wore  sutrei'iUg fiom's��:it(ickiii>ns, while, Willie  ��a, the wc-ll.isi thing on boarel. <��ne  day 'Ilie parent1" were lying' in their  sti-aiiu'-r chain* hoping that tliey would  die-, .-ti.tl little: Willie \i:iil play ing about  the degk. | '  \VjUio did something di, Which bin  "mother did* not approve, -*o -fcbo said to  hdr husband,"- "John; uleasV -speak to  Willie." 'yj'lit- hunbai'id," with tup bttJe  KtrC-iigth left in bin wasted form, looked,,  at his hod unci h'-ir and fcj-biy"muttered,  ���"frenv'ebe do, AVillief       ' .  '  NKAJiSlOUTKi,   sport&rnaii  strol  led into a little hotel on "the shores  '-        ,uf Locb'varrou, iif 8c. tland/i),nd,  complaining/ Said:' c       '      '  *. v  , "Jmitwep a seal.    Shot at itlhree  UlilP.s' and  Wlissiid each time,'-'   .,     ,  At diupci. an hour later he silt next  a tourist who hud a< bandage arouiie] bib  head. * ' <���  .lad an"ace,idontT" nsked flic ��ear  A  ���VTEWPOItT   is   not  J-\     tii'ir,   it  accepts  iliina  iv er critical; ,u��  pts a j^rc at many  gs that would not be at eept-  cd iu many other pl-iecs, a;id says a  good, deal about them at the same- time.  Hut it is canons to a degree (remarks  a writer in one of (he maga ,meti). "I  wish you'd tell Air. So and So,"' , it-  marked an uiisurrp.udering leader, "gaz  ing. out from under the edge oi her  pansol ni -i young man "at ,- Bailey "���*  wliui<c swimming apparel was somewhat  decollete as to anas anei shoulders, "J  wi'h youM( tell Mr. Sn ^ml, ei Hint J  tltfnk his bathing suit is ileplenabio . ,.  Go ahead: Tell hn.i 1 s/iid to.  It's I oally' quite���or- disr'epufibtp."  The Vouiig i-iaii who was with hei obey  ed and delivc-ied the message. -[You  may loll Mr- fee) and Iso, with my compliments," returned the b-ithcr, "t'niit  f think !mr divorce siut is ditto '  what is the good of it all? ask those  questioning voii^eb.' What w,is tin- good  of steel breastplate- with aiabe-scjue-  embellishments wht-ii' gunpowder was  kindled at the end of i tube .' \\ li it i.  the good ol super l)r<-idiioiiguts when  the ilariow seas are^qun-k with minis,  tori.edoe.s, and Mubmaiin.'s^  'Ihe   voices are'maiiv      Mi. A\ t lis h is  raised    lus   warning   prnpliny,   Colonel  ItcpiMglon sjM-aka in ''Jil.Cci wood' : \I i  Aiuobi   White asks  h|s  -caiebing que���  tuius,   and     Air.      Ainelei    \M.ne   wis  aiming the lirst advoc ties ol tho Il'.-ul  iifjuglit  1yi>e.     (j)ther   voices art-   he,ml,  the   more   signifi'-ant   hev ausl   niineless.  '   In (' iw ol   Unir,*' say,s .imp, "the hist'Kv;u,  tlinig ,vvc'   .chould   de  would   be   to  with   ' ,,r:lj  diri.v   the Dreadnoughts  i rom  dinger"  "Jn    the;   Noitb    Sen."     s.ivs    iijctln r,  "nothing' ��� ecml'.       v i nturn     out      but  elc-ntroy eis and slibm (lines.'"    Kelt  a d<-  stioyc-r   is  to  a   Die idiu^-glir    thnnt  as  cheap   ami   lightly   i.overe"!   as   u   man  U~tbc Maiqui.s  of Toledo in his ,-irinoi.  As gunpowder brought all hgJ.Lmg men  tut laud back to nakedness -ind a cloth,  -.vill torpedoes cut down oui giant  ships  to little boats not mm li thuke-r thin a  biscuit tin?    Let usi near  what ,('nione-l  Kepmglon, himself a elihgeut -tadmit of  a 11 warfare, has to say-      0  V TiiPthnds of guarding  and   c'vi'i,   subiii.iii.ic  'I    think.  i,c    writes,    -   ;Jb it    tin  >ighteiL't(porfj>i,naii. f \  ������ Acctdeut: '' growloc  IDOVT kiio-fe--yvhii,t to malte of'my  nephew,    George,'"   'reinairkod, the  elileily prnfr-i-ur.'-     "He-has   buch  uue-cr, iontrudictory 'taste.s in  biutfic."  "Ve's-J" ' *   '    ��� -s         ---  ���-Yea; 1 eanie"upoii him �� little while   thrpc  times*  ftoin  the  shore,  and   shot  n' l.e-'was whistling in a dreamy   part of'my car off.;' 1 dOii't'.Know' why  cCieleut: ' growled the cither. "At-  itomploel- uiiiriler.^yoii .( tiieai'[ t wds  lu.viiig a bath about an Injur Tigo, when  somo   lunatic  With   a   gmi   fired  al  rue  JUJO Hun   .��    "��   ���  s.  '-   -" r-���*  r.uil surt "of way  t.c podding  marc-,h  fromi'LolicngriJi".' and as soon as ho saw  we i'C b-idkod confused'.ind clniugfcd  it  at unci-  to'',n��i   .\nybody_ Itcire  yppn  hi'llyf," -'   -k'     ' ��   ,     ,       '.,  *     if    *- -  Vl/HL.V tlie physician arrived at the  \     designated house ho found that  ���i his  patieiit  wan' a  decrepit  ne-  ' c-l-ci, who sat,,Lup7iti-bed and inquire.!:  ���"fllow much do yo' change, dociab?"  ���'ivvo dollars a^visit.  vvliich- includes  a.) time,  experience, advice." 'and'   the  iKclieliit-:"   .'"',��,,,       '      .    ,  "iV-po' ol* coon like ine^ don't need  all clem extras;, just-gib nic 'ten^cents'  . ��utli ci" yo' in ed'cine, an" dat "a* enough  ' fu'nic.'''      ,   .' ,.n   u  " '"yjry  -   -   xy.  JV-ce���"I've something on me imnd,  Arry^that^I hardl>tKnows how to  *  toll yer:"  ,/ ,' .f,<', ,       ,      .  'Arry���"Aht wiv it.','"i     ^ ,"    >  Jm��-T,rI'in''��frsiid''yi!r..��oa't mtury  ai- if 1 tells \or. '.Vi, v t<  -,        ,  -     ���  'Vrrj���'T'Aht wiv it.'l  .1 mc-���" J'in a somuanibulist, "Arry.'"  Arry     (after   j.rolonged'    pause)-���  "Xmir mind,'Jane, it'll be all  right.  If'tlicrc  ain't  no  chapel   for  it.  we'll  h" i;i,irric��l at the registry."  such   animals   are  lioptisd-!,'  allowed  oii|j'  wiihout  *   v  ADV KJsTLL, vvho-roceutly gave a  ji b'aiiquot ' to tha nrehbisliops and  -   bishojis,  im II wointui  of very  gIous,,iud   cbaritabbi ,sympatliips.  ^totio i w.,i]cej avT.-iv.  " " e throe vvomci1* in the woild j  Pqlici: '.u'doje McDonald, of  Toronto.' looked down l'rdin ,bis  j beni h tho other morning upon <a  wcll-drc?scd man who was'charged with  intoxication, and whose csjise was marked *' special,'" ' <" "  ' "What's   your   name.'"   asJvcd     tho  jua^c-- " i       t  ' "iWeJI,',iudgp, it's fuuny, but <\\> you  know I've forgotten it'altogether,!,' replied thi) ninn with a smiip,  i '''Maybe'a finct, of '$0 will help-you  to ,'reinotiibprr.J' ssanl .Tniige McDonald,  and ttip court also smiled., i  '���Now,   judge,   y'ou'vp   fined   a 'man  whose'nanio 1  don't even know''  ' "Well, be, a good Samaritan now,and  pay thisn stranger's, fine,''  '���'I've always'been stiiug when T have;  ossayedito do things for folks 1 did not  know," replied the pritsoner r   ������  " Xou'j-e stutig now." said the judge.  "3 finpil tho stranger $o and now 1 fine  you ii.3 aleo���$10-iu  all." '  "By George!" exclaimed the prisoner,' "that makes irfe think my name  is J-Jrown. "YCs, .sir, that's- it; and let  me say that! < it's, -wortti -r.lt.1 to litid  jriyselfj even if J am in the company of  a more or'lpss disreputable hi ranger "  And. stopping up to'thc'cleric's desk.  tht>   man  tossed, down' a   $10   bill   and  jN'orth tsen talis within the caie gory of  nairow waters which eventually must,  by jlrogresa of,evolution which is t iking  place under our eyes,'become pt.K'tie  ally cjos.'d on the otitbrcak of wan, anei  jiossibly throughout' ihe vvar, to the  oiieratrems of seagoing ilcets tod >iuis  ei.s i think.that th'- gieat .slujis lo  vvhii h 'wo j'luvott! ikj imiu/i moi.ey every  ye-ii���rthough they hive 1,-cn, are, and  iiriy for'a tew mp re yeais be hpi;i���stuy  ���will ijithin Sf.1- limited tiniv- be i-o;ae  useless Jor< most operjitions of '.v^qcii  the XoHli Se-'i and thi-'Cluniipi w<U be  the theatre.'Z ��� ' ���,  Or, iigajji-  "Oar .great, suit. e"tily bit!lpslii|)-  a,ml cruiseis'iimst (,ni tiuio (il war)..be  stowed .yiiTvay ,t,ifc!y in some distauf,  s.efe, mil seetudpd aueiioiage���Scap-i  Flow and I'ortnnfJiilh lo day,' lterehavca  aiid Lough Swilly ty'iionott, |ieiliaps  The Xurlli l^oa in linn- of war will be  a. dp.serl of waters, .insecure to both  sid^-h, 'open to neither) Ltuiunaiided by  none.'"',)' r r,,  --What an appalling shock sentences  like- 1bc-p will give the pamc-iuorigers  of the Jast'^fvvo years; fl ,6ue ' thing  is mor�� certain than another, it is that  the- Dreadnoughts have been built, and   ' North  that then- ire�� tn  ag.ui'st torpedo,  'it tact-.  We "itifi.it s,e,-, wt- only ,isk noti.e  i��r the IriiulV men 's viev,, t'nt .I. n-  sighted |irc?pncts, though lundsiuru in-  too often nghl when eiperts an' bhini-  ed bv habit But, if Dreadnoiighl s ,pe>  ni.unt,lined tor ton veins more, and (hit  inere.libio war nhoiiM com.-'to p.'Ws. w<  hav. a strange' v isie>n of them :i- llicyl  jmf in i.e-1 for ' )h<* s,.(;i,i,,j i,i ilurdl  i stages, of the wirf.-iie. .Vrnund c n li,  v 1st ifumster flits -i mlillifude ol .Jo  "irovifs and rap'd .mlnm, biles, f'inig  it i-v.iry ilotit. leir-tiog .ilmcist pv.ry  , while- /.ver her lii-ad hove-r -ev  'leroplafics, peering down iiiln (he  depths <>t oec.in i'-tir ���Mibtiiaiiups \s  win ii. iii'O't Af ric'- golden -ftn). th.>  dr.igtiii i roc-udile bakk" sccuie. wat'l'edi  by attendant i.ird's." w ho stand be- nle  Ifinl or iuivfr above his head They it  tin sijjin of i|arigi-i. r<iiiM- hi'i v I'll  jib-r. mg cries, and lie, gritefnl toij tln-ir  mivufitry, arc-lies his iiuuistious Lack  anei sJjiU-s into the safc-tv- of tin- water,  fearing .alone the one wild .be'tst 1u.it,  f.-.nii invisible- dicstant-p' and Willi mi;  p(-'iee ptiblo bul)t-j1, can picric the ic-int-.  of his <iverla]i|iing jnail, anil par.il,. ^e-  the -I'e-linns of bis wat<J> light iMiuipni  tiifnits-,-��� ���The X-ition,"   .   ,  Kva Tanguay's fir-t n-al test will copie,  at Ileaclvilje, and whit she does lln-rt.  will sj���lW ),ci��   well  hei'tr-.nn i  has  be r  sl/le<    U] i, ' r  r.  A  BIBLE IN STONE '  yc.'.r I s."7  Aim.Inn nun. j\i-\  .N if  Unrnii.   erected    e  ^Itcuikilav    e ill'-d  TL. l.    h"  ii- ci. li in  1:1:11 bi  DEATH  AFTER   A  SCRATCH.  Morns   l^iiat/ani,    jn   elovpn've'ar old  V. inds'ir   bov,   fell   off  Ins   bicycle   and  s/1 tti lied   Ins  wrist      ile tin.light   noth  lug  ol   the   inpirv.   b'?t   blood   poison   sf>t,  en  ain!   In   is  dead  Such 1111 ulci.is   is th. -.     by no nieaps  "* 1 iii'i. qtieut  -cugl't  Ui null., fifople real  momiinein, n-'arj,.,. fin   d.mgi r that  1n.1v   lie, even in t i.e.  (lie    KiitIio daw     vmailisi   t),.sh   w���u,u|  built   s(n,,n   hundred  temples  vvjneji there is ,i ���j,3J��� ot   wlllli  Tak,  ,nite,  1   simple-   illiistr itio'i     i ii.stv   neeillp, .1 -phut  I pt.n those sn,.j| [iiiudred slabs, vvii,)d, -1  hi 1 bed   wire  to) i'i    ���  '���ugi.ived   the   whole   ot   ile   ii'i.l.JInst [ s, rat, |���.s  11���.   (,;,,.,|    T)l  v isi lirornturi  in ir-p|f, pqiiil tnl hired    wilh    gum.'    ���f  qn   11 ol v  Se liftmen. '    "  Is  plijr.i*. I'd  in   the  Ikl,),  about  sij, ,.,,j,iiM ot  This i-mrbli   Jiibl  Pill' language, ihnught to be tint  by   Lii'ldh i  liinisi'If in "i(K��  lie  spoke 11  l'hnro-l  I about  us i-   f,|)l      Un,  j .'ire    iiitiodii<;i'd   thinii'  the stv]j2.   t  them     and  .   When    a  r ofdutv  1  a riior'i,  is irioc, ii-  Ii   the-   air  ctlv   tin se ge��jnii  h   ihe   breach   in  ntt.  ,��'  u lied   Lurifpe.  and   I In-  ^(iims ni  I'm C'nnr.nent  hav.  '!'  baffle ioy:.l ensues between  ftitam    iirgatiisiiis    in    our  greatest J     The   wav    f>   ivoid   wnmiv   rcsnli.   i*.  , ., , , ,.      c.viiiun-i to  ,-k-nise   ti.- .wouii.l   anil   appK   7,-iinr  ...1 then., who ;issert that, ti Hi, M.,,,,sK p,���k 7..iw link is ,, powerful v."-t nam-'  Miiidou 11111. thm.ghr Io perpetuate tlnjl's, ^erm killer, md A'neu apphed to  leaching ol tl.pgreai Buddha by Cans | the broken skin Is absorii.-d into the  ing it to I,,, graven  on a  rook, he- 110111   ' tissne, ��� instantlv    dost rc.Vill"-   the  ished a v iin .'iinlitl l/.ll  The ilni.atu eit l.uriti.-i.is moist, and its  t-ilV'its lu'... alicady n rough t havoc 011  the- ijiirtaci' of tlie' whitp maible, the  {.hotogxiphs s),.Avmg a iurtiai . ihu-e  liti-iit ol suiuc of'tint liurinesc ch;ir.uieis  iu  whirl. 1 tip Pah tej.1  is engraved  ONE  FOE  THE  nnUYO wondorful |fprf'ciniia/u-ps bv c.ilt  JL 1 fiotterH vvt-rc ^ored tbiwn in Ken  ' fucly this  hc-ascin.    Out-'was' tlntt  of the,- tlupfiyp.u'-old coif,.. J, M.-ih-.dm  Pcrbiw, by I'.iii gun. 2,i��Jv5, wh.-u lie- wou  a i.iei1-. trolling his tvvo winning iie-ath  in Jliflitf and, S.io'h. Tins -,u\ ��,f  Ibngen Jias a "grand 'inlientanci-, us lu-��  dam is ijaptos, the dang id or of (liiiujl  S.-ntou-l tfaat '.il��.o pr^diiced llio Iniiuuig  tiolter and she of trotters, I'pter the  Croat. 2.07'/,. .1. Malcolm I'orljes wis-  bred by Ihc-.IaM' D. I), St rector of I-Cala-  rn.i7f)n,< Mich'., and iv.'iy sent to the sale;  ring last uiut^i. when' the re��t nf the  St reefer stud \yas disposed of after 'tin-  Micliig.ni breedpr's death. -A Kentucky,!  breeder bought,th'e, colt'' I'or'-i most ro.i,  sotiable ['ri.-e and n'ow tjiossc-isso^. one of  The most, valuable voung .st.tllituis 111  A'iuori'ea Thp rraij-'pr who elfovo this  IVpiis ltional colt to his recoicl I-, Dick  ' C7urtis,, vvho S|0im>  sixteen  or ,scv eiitiion  If   was  ?h<-  saute  oi.)   ~:  Ulio   reiilsed    to   tell  WIFE  >l  man ,  futi'om(.  01  ���tf.-y  hi  lu-*tiu-s<s   tlansae tion''  iia.uraliv. s)ie t(,���k :l .li-ep in  'onbnarv  > . n  j unique'  I septic,  111  whieli  tPIPSt  ". Nfi," ) <��� s/i.-ereel. "I   vvnii't J.'elf vnp  it   J   did,  <o.i'd   n.p, .el   ,f,     Y<n\   wi.ni. 11 i tint  on 11 iicvi'r Ivi'i'p ;i sj.erei "      , [,,MN  s,ii,|     tin-    Woman'  rpinflv,'  vt'r told tin- so |..(  , .. ��� gi r-ri"  tli it   sjir, id  disea-e and   inll imiuaticui  A- soon is ajipbeei to a sole ,n ,i  <ut /am Huh s*ops the pain and smart,  mg That ts whv ir is s,, ( opubu wit/i  i,h;ldreu >  The. ilcsh thus suut|l(.d'ami jiurifiPtl.  the wound is mad,e peitei tly ' healthy ,  and all poison and e,ime of' festering  romo.ed IlavinK <biu- tins, Zam Buk  tht-n pio, e-eds to hoar tin- vj/mtid hi  j sore, ami nevv heiltliv tis��u.. ih bvilf  ��p i'l a quick, painless and ,,{.rf[-,.^  v.iU\ thn} uianne-.'    -    - _ ,  Zam link   must   noi   b  on 1 use'd  an  01111 enjnts,  preparation,  .(ii)thing   anil  ne.t  XI nn Biik  John,  ���'Lave I  solrtni?.*  I'lglife en  111,111.   ig'kl.eit'g paste  with  is     .1  possessing    .inn  anil    u.-aliiig   quahtie-^  b<-   feuiinl 'tog/etlior   in  othcj   pieparatni'i     It  isv rmf only  umquu  ne-aliug  b-.lm.  but   it   is  uiso  ��.,&";  t?.  ." l  .-mult   the'a  slun  f(���i,|      Pur all. skin discuses undo  igagemeut ring yon gave me | in.iune?- -cuts,   bruises,   imras.   eey.oinu,,  e-li.iling.    iilceis,   ringworm,   etv .    it    i"    "  ) without   pqu.il       It ,is   abo   Uue(i   wide,  , , ' . i ,,v    ���"���'   i'lj'"',   tor   which   it   may   be   re-  Red, Weak. Wenrr. "IVntery Eye*.     | gariled as ji  sp'ocifie-       \.|1 diuggists p.rifj  ReUevtSa_ny  Murine_Kye__Remedy,      Try | store-,   sell   at   ."��(!   .c;iitsi"t  bov:,   or  post <  free   from  Zam-Bilk   Co'.,   Terrotito. -for  price.,    Harmful   mutations   should   be/  Murine  For   Your  ��>�����   Troubles  Will   Ukc-   Murine.     It 'Soothes.     tOc   At  Your Dnifc-ijistji.      Write For Hye  BookA.  Pree,   Murine !3yu ltemedy Co���'Toiodi�� .|alwa,s  refused  are   being  built. ,to wot   Jn, the   worTiijVls., e-a.npaig.iod the fmnoiis .tal-  bfu.    J'-.thei Brc-adnouglits or conscrip-   j. p.mT|((.     i,Jfl   thxWi'0l  t),e/;. ind  tidn, vvc; aro told.  /'A\�� dare not   sleep1 s             ^         -������'  in  our- beds till'we  have twoj-kp'^is to  is ouis of tho  who p'6'ssess tlie Order of tlib Uoly  Sepulehrc,-given to her Cor . heritable  work* ,111 tho lioman (Jatholie diuceie ot  Southwark,! where she as known as  J" Queen of the I'oor.'' ; ,,  '  , 'In0'Coiint'ction with "her charitable  vVork. Lady Jvuill is father' fond of  telling lhe* sioryAof a' man. t.H-whom  sho gave ,1 x'^ir of bqots. ^ Sciue'MayS  liner/she.'1110c the. I^an again vyearing  hispid ragged pan!1,- ,'-/  ' k f" ,  VAVliat havo you done, with tbo xiair  I gave.you?" ulic-asked him.      &s   "'"  "Oh,'3/, replied the raseabiuublufchiiig-  ly. -'1 loft thorn oif.i These 1 am wearing  nre vworth r ton   fhil)ingsj"':i' day ^0  iVl1  AbitOri*   of   Scotch    lawyers    were)  met   convivially   al    an  inn one cold evening iu December,  'lln miiversation turned upon pronunciation. ,  ".Now, 1." said one of Ihp barristers,  ''ilw.ivs say ' i-.eothet,' w'hile John,  In r., s���vs ' n"yethpr.' What do you say,  .Su.i"�� ���  J In lint lijiplc had made Sandy do/0,  ���'in! at the- sudden question lit" ro-ised  'ci"' replied,  "II     fib    1   say*  whusky. ���"  It��>    10   'STEWART,   the   secretary  pf the .National  woman Suffrage  Association, said in  a ^rt-i-enl address in Chicago.'  "These pieu on-the onehaml accuse  the   so-called    new   women* of  demoralizing tllie home, and  on,ihe other they  Wrshirelgo  about   tho .world   abusing Ihe  home  " ' with all the cynical wit they can muster  up.  ���'Once, on  a  sfeamship.  the captain  railed   a   lot   against   the voting woman  and    her   neglect   of   household   duties.  And    it    was    this     same   captain,   of  course, who laitghi-el when a pretly girl  ctud   to  him   mi   ttie   promenade  dork:  " 'Don't vou over get lionic-ick?'  j     " 'lloinesu-k?     Ila,   hii1'    he   roared.  1 ��� Win-, no.    I 'in. nev er liunie ������nuugli'" ''  told  ut one of j T7*1  seems that; JJ  A^  -tniiisiiig story  Winnipeg's clubs      It  an older member thereof, a clever  ���Ii.iji   wis  being   I'rigliflully   hnrod   by  lnt  v is ,, v is   at   table   in   the   cafe   one  ) Vi-uni"," tin-  latter  individual  being as I  ���It'll  is Ihe f(inner was blight. '  \ I In lalk was fasi.- becoming uncn j  <l?r.ihli. when the' lirsl-il.i'iicil nu-mberl  '��'^���'''1 l" observe a uitm nt the othoi j  'J'^'ii the dining loom yawning in a1  ,'>.��"'! that thri-atetied to dislocate Ins  ��� ���book' " e\..|a)inod tlm first member  '*T-.pcratiun, "v\e are overhuatd1 ' *  j^ -*     1*    *  fc   HAitllOUX   the   pmiuent   French  *<> liwyor,   who   died   recently,   was  ��� ��� vvpll kuovvn as an after diunei  "��� *pkt r. nnd had a vvondpiful fund ot  i?'T law court stones. Terhaps the best  ���jjlu-iii  is  tin-  couvorwalioti  which   JI  '{pieiiM iloclaros lh.it be overheard in  . e^l'ibbv outside the Divorce (Jourl one  4*"' noil  ��� ���V-ell, how   did you get on?"  jf ���t-plondidlv.     I  got  mv  divorce  *5 of tile child.    The |u."lg  J'J. l��n   know  ��� ^.A friend oi  yours  4,4 W'el' ���uot    a    irieinl    pmicIIv.      11'  (���."���' IO he mv  wile's first husband  ���  1 % Pill that Proves Its Value.-- I li  Xl+ivcak   stomach   will   I111.I  sinugth  4' ���inches     A'pgptable      I'llN.     Iiri.m-''  411��    serve   to   inilintuiii    Ihe   liealf lilul  *T1"'   "I    llio   steuuu'li    and    llio    Iivpi  JTmil nitit's in which sic- me>s| distress^  T'J      l>v spi.|,ti(..  X4I1   Iiti'iii    eiul  4'r*Jl"i worth.m_  ���'��� ��   01 lien  ��� '������ lino elbi  ���������.: stau, 11 n|  rjc   i"iiml  ordered the fine-  ,. e��c  ad  011 mv  KTC'If the  body.  man of  a Tejfas coroner's jury.  The body was l.ud before them.  The  jucy   made" a  caretiil   p.\aiinnation  and ipiestioin-d tho attnndiug surgeon.  " A\ liar was ho shot ?"  "Square through the hea<-|,  '     ��  '���Dead in  the centre o' the hcirt?"  'L Wight  in   tho  centre "  ' -AVhi) shot V.iui?  '  .lake Daniels.''  \  deuen witnesses deeUied rluL .lake  lire-d'ltie   shot,   and   .lake    Inmselt   .id  ,inittod it.   The jury ..(insulted softly for  some time.  "Well, gi-iiliemen  ot' flip jurv," -nil  the-  ec>roiier.  -'whit's  vmir verdict?"  -'Waal,   lodge." 'answered   the   fore  1 man,   "we've   (-nine   to   tin-   i-euiclusiO'i j w ro���j,|,i  'that  .lake   Daniels  ik  iu   the-o   ))tirts��� and  FROM THE SLING TO THE DREADNOUGHT   , '   /��� _ '  LT w,is ,fhu> ltn buirot .-ind bite- and  ���������lapjicfc law each oilier, ^rolling in  slime in leaping from forest bough  to-bough', until low cunning discovered  that skull-, may be cracked' at si llisi  l.uico by rucks' IturW through the air.  lt-wh> "not bad to fight vjith stone1- a,*  tacln-'l' to fitTinj^s'"and ^vvijch cinbs and  prong*, till a'terrible }n<ii*iitlim offbont  wood and twisted 'gut diovc a feitlierod  stictk ' from behind a bu>h th rough "(he'  cow hide, over one's lieait. It' w:cs ;t  great (icasion when the^. Alarquii of  Toledo went'torlns'rPiinwnc-d workers  in bteel iind ejrelc'ri-il new suit . of tumor  on''his own ifpsign.'0 *'All the psirt.s, "  he said, "iiiu-il b" made of solid plates,  overlapping .-if'tbo joints. T),,. polished  broastpislte must pro|>H-t so that flu-  arrows, iiiipinging on <t at .111 aiig!-',  m.iv glime li-irmlpssly YT. Tin- whole  cf mv ijneiy- that is expo-cd so long :is  I ,ini iiioii'nteel must he arniore-d, and  so must mv horse., Narrow slits nnv be  lelt in the- helmet fur sighting tlio  .-nei.-iv, but mv iii'se n'nist be protected  bv iii fVlr.i b-ir, a:\i\ in Iiont of tlje  hoise s toielu.i.l von must contrive a  loiic> spike 10 a-t as a run. Shorter  spikes must project from the main  I'i'ints ni mv -inner also, and th-- -nli-'  plains of the hoi��e must" hang around  him like a skirt m net to counter insidious ati.-eks i rom bclnv. Add what  1 embellishment "' inl ",1 "hi -".il'e-qnc  Iviiii |)1p;isp. bul mil ioo, much", for '  jvvi-it eight s.nts sum mi vpiy mi|ci-,  I Iiont. seetny. thai I he Marquis of ('ar  ! ensscnine has" iirdereel loni  i So. fine jrlittoi ol steel t rum lipid  fnfit. tin" Ahirqiiis ot  T , ,  b-itlb-.  sv-citing bul   safe���sate as milki  ttlt- is -egaicd  a ..it���until some-  |  bed    wilh    a    new  Laving   kindled  one" shii.ilpid the terrified descendants  of Dr^jcc and ,>Vobisher Jliut hardly  have thpv siltlcd cloven .to the slumber  oi' secuu'ty, ivhen'tliey are aroused by  the cryi tiiat all the Dieadnougbts in  cre.itiiiii'N'ciiild in case' of war only be  stowed away in"senile safo; distant and  secluded t anchorage The path for 111-.  vasion,is left open-���insecure, but open.  The Ntjrth Sea is bire as5 a'dc-eu. com-  matidod by, fi()ue��, \\'h:it Wilis the good ot  all�� thati'shouting, all -that spending,  which so 111 itch upset (he'citv .ind tho  House of Lords? We must have con  Mjnption, attoi ail,, we nu.st , go and  get dulled;'' w must sign the people's  petition to be,t,urned mtotyscihlii-ra. We  cannot sloop anotber niiinjic. for thore  is ijothing ofi the spa between us and  Germany now. and,all the. Dic-adiioughtsj  )e absolutely   unfamiliai  to U'cyoiinger  Feneration   di   linrsumeii.   ,      <     \  Ciiiuil   so successfully  that  he  was  at  that   time ono  of the  note-'d  figures  of  mile track rac-jng, but whose name will  b,     '     '   ' '  yr  ��� The other mejtahle pprforinaiiect <re '  furred terns that; of ,t lit! two-yea*-old colt  FJilent I.-lrig-iele that tiotted 10 a record  01 '2 \y-}\ ' 111 si winning race, ,i rowuing  himself tbe fastest I wo-yi'ai-old o'i 'ihv  yen. ' This colt'took a record of li.ilo'/i  last se'asou as .1 yearling, -it which time  he'attracted a gieat 4le.1l of atte'ntion  by hi^ t,pc"pd"aufl his roy:i.l breeding He  was sired by (Silent Brook," -.Hi'/i the  giaiulson. ot Aleydnp that is ' rujpidlv  coming 'to tin- front 111 tl(P ni,'iiks pi  jire-U sires, and his dam is farrietrn.  '2 IS,  by   'Diiectinaii.   son   'if   DirectI'liii.  2 OT"!'." second   'dam   'lll.iok. Bird,    by  . Strangei    fthe".son   01 .CioldsniiTh   M.-lid  might as well-be sei.ippod. or couveitod | * > ��) l^'ij'*'! <i-i"f ���'='* llir.b by .My I'.inl  into health resorts for trijis-to the mid-, "ie colt s mile HH-I.M   is the iastest  mid."    Vbis for the vanity "f hu-!^^'1 troltml by..i tvvo ye.u old .11 August  ,"    ,  !, 1 and'indnriiles that, he is a possible ctind)  ���         -              ,   .,.         ", *.     -'    ,�� 1 clatt'.liir tlie,tv.o*yeni old cli'iuipionshii).  t'lhere is no one, so ludu-ious ,as people 1.,.,.' .,; ,   V.._   ..l.'i.i    ...,^   ..1 1  v.i  who  tivev in   fear,  suul.wp  cannot -011  smilp, at   the   now    liuci'^if   panic���tlii={  now attempt "to  bring us all under the f'  night  man wishes.''  clrillisergoant.'' Hut. in s0 tar as it, is  simply a milter of'naval tacti"- depending upon arma'menl. the '111.1111 point  must ,be considere.'i and au.swoied \A*e  do not mem that, the admiralty have  riot{i-ousi.lere-d tt: of course, .since- llle  refusal of the Hague,('nnference to .proof   riarine  mines,   it   has  the   leeoiel    for    vvbicl.   was,,placed  ^.H7:,!i   by   \ativp  r.elle last vear. '  Those    boiM-mwi,,   wlio ,j.ire    familiar'  with the Uiaiu'nig methods of the I'.uQ.iJn  *i.iiiii-r.  \y   -I    Andrews, aro looking ro  see   that    dnvor   take 'a   Hand   111   the  divismn' ot  the  l"g luturity events .or  three veal old tiotteis to be mepd  later  in   the  season  with   ihe  filly   Kva  Tanguay, by Pete*!  tin- Cireat. 2 07 ''i      This  ���libit   the  ns,.  ..I   marine  mines,   it   has   ���'augbfe'r   ol    ''"tei    the, Croat,    iindei  been  one of their , hief concerns      Add I I'l'htl'ereiil   t.ainuig. took a two year old  the groat development of the s���bm.iiuie.! "r  - u>">   ,)a-t   .N0:,,   ,rr"'V   ,f""   v|";  tlii-itori.e.lo, and   the  airshin. ami   it   ls j ��as  tmued ,11V er   fo   X,    A.n.ir,-ws    smd  obvious   that    when    Drp-.dnoaghrs   pM,    while  the  t icquenterso    the  ( lovelai.c  out into a   nil row  sea. thp lite on h,.,rd   f['SK ���'*   North  Sanet ill  hive  known  all  will correspond  to  the  piavor ������!..  Iivc-;fl>"  *I��>��V th il   -lie  w is  in  .ar^-    orm  each day as  't-v.-re the last"      Wo .1.1    ��<">��' "f tlu'in In* been able to get .1 .eilj  ngine-   tin-   ulii.raltv  might   r.*,)lv   that   '�����"."�� ,���"'   ��"'"  -l'��;-"l  '"��"���    .,1"*^  tot ro.i 11 v   narrow, but ! <'��*'"'.\ ^'��' ^-'- >������".'t?h( :l m!1'' l!l :-10 "'lt'  Hint  cannot become .11 �����   1"f',|1>    mc'tcrjous   pet loi-inance.   but  of the iiicreilible follv ! ")M' l['-lt w '" ���'I'l'-"11').^ ^"-11 wtbin her  there  tAnihi   at   ''"'*'^   A   *���'"   ''���'>" :l'101   ��'<>rkmg that  aro new and entirely different from, ordinary preparations . They accomplish  their purpose without disturbing the rest of the .system,.and,are therefore tho  ideal laxative for the nursing mother, as they do not affect the child.     . ' ���  Compounded, like all NA-DRU-CO preparations,  by expert chemists.    If  unsatisfactory we'll gladly return your money. "' ..."  2Sc. a box.    If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 26c. and we  will mall themf. ,' 24  , v , ,1  National Drill ami Oiamioal Companr of Canada. Umitui,'      ...       .      Montreal.  P'*t  HIGHER ACCOUNTING and CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY  ,   # BY   CORRESPONDENCE     _   ,  ��� Write foi  full particulars to��� - i* >- ,  Dominion,School ofAccountancya,ncl Finance  * *   .     f\   ^     '   ���       AviNxrrali,', man.' "     ',-',,  D.A.Pendei,C A. '    D. Cooper,C..\s'  -l.H Voung,(J.A.     S It. FJiy.'<li>rsJ LL.B.,  y,  FOR   THAT  NEW, HOUSE       .  ���������~ ;���'���rr~:���������^..; -; ,/ "   ^ >  Sackett Plaster Board  The Empire Brands tif  Wall Plaster  V , ' ' <  "*     * UA>UKACTi;im> OSLY BY  The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited  f        WINNIPKQ, SCAN.    ''  n~  ����  ���3 7  ,5* ���  the Xoilh Sea is  a veiy l.irgw a'e 1  lake: that in 1 >st.  of'war   vvilii   Corm.uiv  first be no lutlei  positions tor our bat  tie  fleets'(In 11 Seapa  Plow   .ind   Dovei.  sealing   up   hoih   entrances   n��   the   sea  and ruining the enemy's s,.a borne ti ulc iv  vvhilo tup ilotilhis.  in which  vvc- pcr-e  an inntiense idvintage of iiunibor-  1  troiii  lu-id  to {skill,  would  at t   like  e-avalry.  se-ouin.g  ileilo lode out t4�� t the  wafer, sen  ting, destrQving  the  e'n-  t-my k flotillas ind  uunest Oi.it the ami  ot      ioipedoi-s  mile the lillv vv.-is on the- id v i.e ot ^^!.  Aiuliews, bonghr' bv his two trieiuls  and p-itious liohnri doclel ' m.l .hilin I.  Townseriel. ot Now Vcuk. lot s-10.000,  ind it is a gnnil gitpss th it she is legard-  inil ' '''' '" -"d eriO'igli to I'm iqi aginist  any 01 all in the season's gieit three  yp,trnli|s bv the- 'Hull'nlu (lamer. 111  view  oi   the big price she was sold  foi  in -i  ist-tlie- is -egairsi  a ,...��� .......   .......    . (u      loipeiux-s   is   very    uncc-rt.iin.   and  ��� one - appiei u bed wuh a new Imgle'l ('grows 11101 p 111 ceitain as vvc build our  ! blow (->'"- "I*'. l"'\'"il l-1"'11'"'! !l "UK j bartlesbip eni'spis w-th continiially in  I jure- "t s-iltpefie, charcoal al one end. j ore-using spe pel so that tin- new Dread  {discharged tlm.ngl. it. with hoirible j ,|0���^|,ts will 1 i.nin-aiiil a speed on any  .muse a small cube of mm. vv luc h. k t,., Slu.n ,|s ,,��� fj(, trover c-m equal, i-v  striking thai nolisbeei hn-astplate at an 01,,lt <lt ('P.U| , ei.,,. tint, if it comes to  angle, nev ei glanced oil Us was expect-, ,lu, worst, tie Dreadnoughts lie i-uue  ' ed hut woulir\ghl thiiiilgh Wlu-ieon ' irniimne against mines and toipednes  I-i tideiless hoi so was seen ilouncing | r|,.ul auv * luttle-s'up vet const ructc-d,  i-ibout    tl"'   f'Pl'l,   -111'1   f'H1'1   c\eiuisitc-lv j i[n,j   would   pinb.iblv    keep   afloat    'fti,-!  ���     sints   .11*   ai'iieu    (,cuip   slightly j ,|1(,    ���1(:wr    terrible    blow;    and.    tinnllv.  the dandiest  shot j J [,,,'.,7^.11). have  ev er -iiu'i'  hung  in  ihe J   don't    vi,,,   iPfgitl ���){,���',P \1-Winn at   Madrid , ���  ilvvivs   so      Men    hav e' spent ' STICK   T0  THE   G0OD   OL.D   HORSE  EEJEEDV  Xo one- need endure the agony  corns with HollowavV (Ann c'lttc  hand   to   remove   tlieni  ,  l'��l  r  \ >ym  night    on  II h    othoi  elev isin  1 li-Lii   on  it'" |      ll    1  * ' , mene    mat-    and     t!  r*niIK lab- Disluip llarot'   said 11 Sioux ' lm..,���s   of   killing   e    ���--    - - -���   -��� - ,      .  1      I-'alls   pl.ys,ci.u..   "nsed   Wry   rea   , .1In  ������,,., .���|Meei  eviept   loo.l.  ,n,l their .      " ��[''  sonal.lv    to   impute   scepticism    to 1 i���|lllll.l|,l,   ,���g.,,uilv   m   t iy mg  to  avcu.l |        hl(,I  !bei.,_��  killed   1    'tiiitmunlly   eb-leatcil   bv  .iliciul   a   Oliit.igu j tiesh   develnpnienl   "t   ingeuuitv   in   kill   ',  for   ill horse nvv mis]  know n. trie il n-meelv '  iiiisiindeistandini;.  ������Up  011. e  ti-1'1  'pticil    ti'iiib'ucu-  business    man    ol  iv im slid to him .  ' -Mv de.iT  Ml. 11 are'   f dm 11 ��l  ietu-e  to   believe   1-   the   sW.rv   ot   the   i-k       I  can   accent  I1"   "rk's .-lunmous s,/0,  its  odd shape, and Ihe vast  number .11 am  mals   that    it    cnnta.n.-.l       Hut   when    I    , ,,,  am     iskcd.   toy    dear   do'tnr,   in   bpllPve | thev  th it  the- chile'" 11  0  unwiPliiv   thing  1or  wilderness     well,   there'.   I'm   mmml   t"  s'iv   mv   l.ulli   breaks   down  ! mg ' owhielt-, ���  i he ul ���'( oik- ���'  ' h i\ c r.itti il inti  ! | .11    pi. ni 's    i .111  1 s It |-| l'l|s   1 li III  111 o  in     Ute  in li 1.  tool 1st .  'I'.e   1  Isi u'l  i-irrii'd  (Ins  lortv   ve.irs   m   I be  lli h  npi'ii  \l rn .111 \\ ir 1  nd bittlesbips 1  vvn 1   \\ tin s ml  Mul  rF.5e  DrneelX    Will   Tfll   >'on  Eye Remedy Ttollevc-s Sore l'yes.  Wfiik Bvcs. Oo-isii I Smart.  Pain, and Sells for 50i Trv  'our Hii-a arid in Baby s  '      i:it-lids  ami   C.riinnl mon  stle vv ill. and j  r liiotl-ei ll-pv '  I'logv.  01   sL.|ve-  h-inllv    ch.'ingc ]  del 1 in es   oi    1 In  '  e  -ilit-adv    Vu'teir   ,  II   ol'siili Ie   befell 1' .  ��� Dip niiiiuigbls   ' ' '  II ,1 |lv h ivi w.- 1 ��� .|'ti! 'I "tn jmrspsl  thee h irdlv h ive vv. ponu-.l 111 .'  ti\   limit iv   s ip( . ii-v.  111.1 death  ilnlt.s  inteth" 1 ive'img gull  thev   hive-  III ulc.   ll llillv   hive   ue ell  lltiei!   till"  coilll   1  liv   div   tn nubM   I1"   eight   l"r which   .ve-'  1 el iinoipil.  ivlien   still    sin ill   ven.es   here.  I  in I  ll'pi-   nise   won I 'I mg. qii.-t*iiii)ii g  idoubliug' v li.-fliei     'Di.  iriuuiehts"  ire  1 nt    ni'ic h    iinui     -p  ve     now    *h 111    the  \| nqnis e|   rnlt'd"  s   11111 in  v, 0.11    by    ve n    we   11 1 v e   pih d   up   I lit'  ,11'ieise el   batt'eship- m  s>/i-   end  inn.  D.p nli'i'iights     Dre iilneinglils,    s,,  -pi.  I  REPEATING   SHOTGUNS.  Repeating Shotguns are  Win?  to  one  **vj  sure  ^r.,lwr_ _,ey arc easy to load or un-  lo'ad'easytotakc down or put together,  and strong and reliable' i n every  way. That's why the UlS. Ordnance  Board endorsed th��n��be ^��J^i JLi^';1 n,  $M to a Winchester aDd Yon Won! Get Stack  >������*  thev      go 111 ,  , input   ll is   1 |se,l  t he 'I 1111 in jili   I o j  ('nni|UC! in     1 h 11  , e"i 1 s   t rem    now  pei Pre- idiiiii,ghts- so  tvvenl v ve us tin- til-pi '  I nun Hie 1 1 HOC! ton- ol  fhe '(. "I'd tons 01 the  vv ill I" 1 eiinpl. t -'I 1 vvn  \t least linn ships will then hive sm  piss,,I the niei.liu.i_ht h'-rsoh bv snn.-  tnns i-nl ilipulv vessels tn vv I 11 h these  vill -.-tin haidlv higg.i '!>"' ^"'U I'a I  j wards seemed to them are- being ordered  ; for tin- l-nilcd Staies. and devised for  i ihe l-jngli.sh "admiralty." Step by step  it he ,-nrrospoiiding price is mounting up;  ! thr.-'p.-qilarlc-rs of a.million, "no million,  ul a half, two 111 illioiiH--t-v-oii two  hall', millions and three" millions���  coming   well"   ia   sight.      Hut  o>  ��  As a. vermirugt- there is nothing so  potent, as Jvlother (!raves' Worm Kx-  terininiitcir.and it can be given to the  most, delicate child without fear of in-  jui'V  to  the constitution..  p' in  well  nn 'lie stnbli   =ln It J  Horse   lle-sh  is   hen   10  .1   good   iirinvj  ailments     M tiv   ol   them  are uivial  il 1  trailed  prom   h       .M��'-t  ��f  them  e.ui  be]  ei.red   w ilium' "1 '���>    -'"1   "I   "   voTeimary  siirgc'tm    if   i" lv    the   civvnet    has   some  litilp    know lei..      "'     I'""-''-    ���)��'1    thi'  icmeilv    is at   i.iud      'I hen- will  be  ci's  ���ind s.'iruns  1  |1  iMiieuess   an ecc is,.ui il (  sh".>   hint   in    i   < u'b   n.    splint   will   de   j  velop,  then   will  be   swellings    I'uuun'al '  . bunv    ginvvtli-    . "' .     'Ilic-si    come   une-   '  ' p.-ete-elly   anei  sun lv    nit.n   vviihoiii    )uv|  ippireiit    t'lie-e       'I'l'P    sensible    hoi so  iiiwi-pi    ipcegi/p-   11"'1   t <��� ���    llllt    v<"1'  '  I thing   is   lnl.l ���   '.'   happen   ai   anv    time  and prpp lies -oi  I be emeigi nev ^  !      The   appeiiime   nt    Kpnel.ill's   Spavin 1  j e uie    111    on-    ilve-itisii.g    cohiinits    s,,  I niton -s into,led insHgi-est   as it should I  suggest     i   11.lit   Une   ol   action \  Kcnd ill s spiv in  Cine   is  one   of  the j  best   all   rcnu 1   I nisi    reuit-'lies thai   vv,is(  , ever   1 i<nipoiinili   '       T'n    * '���''   t h 1!    it    is,  i so old    i   leii'.dv     s g.e nIv   111   it     lavoi   1  'II   is [iiont  pi sit iv e nf il"  eflioieniv.   \ll ,  lcl-tiiin-   hois-   ovt  u rs   know    K1-11.I ill s,  ...pivin   Chit   1    I   "lost   nt    I hem   I'se   it  T'n v    we.'il'l   no     Iiive   1 ntitiiiue.l   tn   use  it   leu   upvv in s ,1,   loitv   vi its 11   it   h nl j  ! not   pinveii  to lis  Ii gle.li  "'   u-P's  t|i-n   it I  , dees   i ore   tie'    Uniigs    lor    whieli    it    is1  I i.-iommeuilpi1      inmc-lv,    -|'Imh-,     img  ,  I bones,   nubs,   splnits,   vv.te   ei.ts     swell   j.  ling's,   Kprnins,   l.cuipness,   etc.,   tin-   ailments  thai   nre always and  everywhere  common   to  horses. |  Of course .1 remedy'of such universal  use has. a universal-sale. It is 11 reassuring theui-lit that .it can ..always be  had at the drug store. I'ea'ilers of this,  however,"Avnnld cbi well' not to, wait to  bj y it' until there is need for it. Being  a'"standard remedy ,'and as nothing ,else  seems able to take its place, it ought  to be ready on the shelf n't. all times.  Ask your druggist for Kendall's  "Treatise on the 'Horse," or write to  Dr.  B.  .1.   Kendall,   Kuosburg,  VI,.  li  \   i'-.  "H  VOL. 1  WEEKLY  EDITION  NX)   4^  The [iiaci i.-i of placing  ally clavs (l| e-ig.n sineikiag  uti-in  wo.neii  -moki-is  pa pei  , nnd  imgs io  b.i mis   ipem iij..,is I, id 1I1  e��iigi|i in  'r < '.  is ,1  i emv ett'Pt'.  h.  n.I  i!|  The  ti rst   hands usisl  11 iiiov-d   110 11   the   e igai  ' 1011,   r 'ie  ��� ii*ar  w itln.ut   ���  il <  wimp ol   plant   M.T  ..ml pi 11 oil  upon  I.01   nil'  (tiling ni   binning tne   1,1  w nn ti  llll      'is!  t In    w  111   fin  kin  I  "Vi lliul.li tt  s'lllstltut'llg  Mauii 1 p i|  yea is . 'in tin  ]iise   1   11 n I  .,iit 1   soufijit   to   i-npit.i I    1 In  iiaiielsoaniv    .oioieil   and    1 iiibossed  1,     mil     11 e-    use    ol     t hi se     'iin lv  I   to   (in    lughi 1  pined   goons    lu-   j;  it    s  .iliueis-   univ i 1 sal  appe ikie. e ot  bands im >|n  lit'u.gi |[ bed    1  1 ..lii.ilU  t Heir  ' Iin,  itnls  ki ml.,[    1,1  sig.n-  11 "i g ���  fn-     -t  til   at  II' I . I  I..I lit f u t til *  1 1.I1.   i!ll 0   11  In  -   1 I.   a 11   evti 111   h is  the  s that    Is   ibseiiei   fiom   1  qn ii - v   ih in  othoi vv ise  The 111 - 1\ 1.^ I .liw-s un; need ..  .The manufacturers of the Bl.KIK-KA'K  siiioke tl'.UM.ia-'iid,"it was bad'.busiuess to  ��� inprovirig thp,qiniliiy-of  That i  i ig, 1  i 1 g 11  ,iicf.-  1-. i.-  .l  ii  ��� It 1  one  tbe. cigar to put. iiH'i  reason  why the  MI.'c;K K.Y.K 11  .ilitnii!   1 nil nn 1 11 t i      ^'l    tins   n.uif  clcc.itlPel  that. as. tli.,'iv customprs did  .not.  take good nione.y 'that slu.iili,) go tovvartis  O.rnaiiiental   hands.  ,vkcs rings a. oui.nl all other ciga t -  P.S*--The BUCK-EYE needs no band to make it saleable. Smokers know It as the best Ten-Cent cigar  sold. THE    LEADER,   MOYIE,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA  Provincial Elections M  Cranbrook Electoral District  SAum.  rLxcu  TAK.K NOT1CK tfcat I Imvi mwr>4 rtiHtim j* wnUag *���  Ihe ictewrtaou oi 1Ae lullovat MaiM em Dm Basilar ��fI Votean  i��r Kae Craavferook JMeaCoral J��mnot tw ��b�� grouade aa eta-ted  tw-��w. ' >'  AM) taie ao-ttce Maat at a Court ot JUnaioa to Ira keM as  Ma�� 7uk day ol .-t-oveeatw 1V10 at vfc�� Court Ueuii !��� Cro��bro��k  1.1 tea o'cl.jii. ui Ik. lorvaooa, 1 afaall aaar a*4 atelvrmiM Vke  biw* eb-ecliVc., aaU aulaea .tick Miavd a*rao��a, ��r lomo vtfeer  J*j-��Yiiicial   vcrtar   ca   Uieir   b��toa)i   aacfdM   su.   t-hat   aaefc   objeatioaa  aft     ��ol   w��4i      iuMMied,     1   ehall ittr-ke     mn*k      ��ami  'mt   %*���  ***4  , . i  3t��fi.��*��r. ���  i ''   , J,    r. , AWMBTHONG,   ,  *��f������iar   .1    \ atari.    ,  JKatvd -rtiie'lOlfc   ���;   al   Oetafeer.   I��1C. '  . o ,  1    ^ e '  'ilia   lollowi��e   p*f��cxi   &ra   laporled   artwaal   fceia   the   Dutetct.  .Ho.  KAKE.  rucc.  P',|M��i   ''  ,i    1    At.bc.lt,    Chnrlea   Arthar      2    At/bolt,   George   Baker   7    Adaxua,   Hobwrl   Brows      15    Allen,   Augum      .    ,.'      .... v ..  20    Allmon,    Charlen   Hovry        ���S    Andrew.,    Archibald    Uz>cLai,'aa  *4    Anjflay,     Fierie   *7    Augui,   Thouidb,   '    40   Archer,   Fredenak    r  St    Alnold,   UarrynTrowbndjfe   ..,, i.  fcS1   Allvvocnt,   J awes   . ...  70    Aviaon, .iiMward   J oliuson   ..  -   96    Ban aud,   Ferdinand   ......  313    Baitei,' Andrew      ' ....  321 Beauuioud,   , Cerille   322 Bechtel,   Charles   l^eltoy   .  323 Belunget,   Janice           ,  .    .  325    BeluDBer,,   Theoyhile   .  ^333    Bent,     ljew   .  '305    Birli.li,   William     .) olin  15S" Bliune, Albert   Garnet   374    Bo��s,   Morley   Thornton   ..      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Ulaytou    Hi It ten  Uolebr.iuke    jkent  Colpm.ijn,     William  Coiiirdtu.,    l-ldwaicl  Cook,        \Btl  Coip    hav id  Couture-,     John  t"ou( ure     Jomph  Covtll,    r<1vva��l  Ciaifj,   William   i;idi i<U��  Cut mi.  -Neil     Mcleod  Dav les,   1 rank       I iicnu.is   .  Dtcourt-v     Pali u l.  Dee-iit-i,    lohu  LOivall,      ^rehil.nld  Dickaiiri,   John   1 dmun-d  Dotikiii     Itobcil    LKlvvaiii  Doinrlns,    Charles     Ali.-inelby  Uoivl, s,   .lulivis      lit'llre-rt  Douglas      lbiliei t  Ducliesiics     Josl-pli  I)ulnin^.t       Vie li Ural cl    K^  Duiilou       VV Hutu,  Dvv.M'i     lloli.-rt      Ililmn    . ,  K-n. i t.i coke    Jn nit *   ^1  ra^an,      rtiomas  Ferris,    l>nr!rl    liainea  FicHcl,    bitsltiitk    Vtrrniu  1'it'b),      Samuel  C.allow ,t\      \rchit    VMntiitc.ie  Clarrclt,    "Flirtw-rt    Clascoiiri..  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'  - Ct anlii 00k  Cranbrook  Cranbre.ok  CranbiOok  .      Marjbville  Mnivsville  "Mai^iiv tile  Ci aulu 00k  ( C 1 .u!ii ok.k  Mar.Vbt iHe  Crau'jrook.  North     Star  Cranbrook  Cianbrook  Cianbrnok  s M.tiyaville  C'raubiook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cianbrook  ^  Cianbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Wartiner  Cranhi CK-k  Cra.nbiook  ,      Wardncr  ICarjavtlle  Cranbrook  Ciuubiook  Crieatnoak  Orsiubroeik  Cru��lirook  CiaMbicmk  Ci&iibrouk  Nortk      Star  Cratrfjroak  Craalnaak  Crowbrook  Fort   Steal*  ���ffattatittr^  Cia^ibrook  Cranbrocik  Cr*L��iii��tjk  C3r��ntirotik  ilo.vi��  CranbrcKlk  Cranbrook  0 ran be 00k  Tort   Steale   Junction  Cr^abrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cr����brook  Movie  Craabrook  Fort   Stwle  Cranbrook  VTattBliurfF  Wattibul j.  Cranbroolf  CraiiUrtxvk  "M.arv��Tille      Mar,.aTill��.      Craaliroak     .:.....   Wa����              W����a   :....    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Cranbrook  1476 Ovarson,      l>don    .'.., .', "-llyaB  '(14a��    U'A'ail,   (Jiarlea    \llan ' , ,.     m-oiit:  ,   148t��    O'lteiyau,   Thoiuaa   Alexandci      ...     .' "...   1.    Cranbrook  ^'il507    Patinor.,     Jticbard   William   . .    .    .-        .   .'   .  ,      ..   Cranbrook .  1514 . I'Btton,   John     Phillip    .        .     .     .        .'.   Cranbrook '  1 151S    lJ��acb��y,   Aj thui            '. .        '      . . ^       ,   Mc.vje  3 5C6    lJU|fh,     Benjaiuin    .      . 1 Cranbrook  '> 15b8    Qaaruntioiu,   Chorle*            '.,.'.. .1    idurysv die  1625    Kobiueou,   Geort*      Fred ... t   , ,   Moyie  , 1627    Hobiuaon,    Janiee   Weiidover   �� ..     .f ...        ...     Cranbrook  , 162a    Kobbuu,      Kobert . ...        ,' Cranbrook'  1629    Kocheleau,      Ouaaiuie , ' ' . CriirH,roi>k  '3*041^   Hoa��u<iolil,   Fetar  '. . ........      .    ..,K'tnl,ei 'cy,  ,1670    Snbnoii,   llug-li     tlauicroji    C  . .     'Cranbrook  3 682   eSc-hinok,' Williaui   .,    .. '     . , ,',,'     Cranbrook  3696 1 Shannon'  Uaoige     ' ,, Fort    Steele  3699   ^Sbvaion,   Michael   Jobn     Cranbrook  3702    Sheppm-d,      Georg��       '    Cranbrook  1704    Sherwood.   Clifford,Harris .'....'  Oraubiook  1711    Simpson,   Frederick  K     j.  ,         Oran'nook'  1720    Slatur,      Albert    . ,  .Cranbrook  1755    Snaith,' Jobn        '  ���,.'.'    'MarybMll*  1760    Sowerbj,      Ijnoy        .       ...      .       . "     .   Craubro'ok  3773    Surajjgs,    Joliny ,  Crawbrook  3 731    Staplui,   Jsmcs   ltandolph        Cranbrook  1785    5Vtapleton,    Kdwm    Waller .. ,   .  ,. 1 .      MjvrysMlle'  1787    Sttwele      Jamos   Ar'thibttld     ..  .,   ..." ..     *   .    , Cranbrook  1794    Stevunsnii.   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Bhanahan ol Sprague, .WaMi , occupation frtttdent, Intends to apply j^.  penndaeion to purchase tht following  deoenbed lands. ' Commencing at &  poat planted at tbe 8. W. comer of  Lot 6117, thence weet' 40 chaitw,  theac* north 40 chains, .ttieuco ewt  48, chains, thence south 40 chcios to  point ol  cbminencenient.  David  G.   Ilieithm,' 1  Dated   Ju*r, 27tb, 1910. Jm  t ' i  ����������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������� ������������������������������ ����������������"�������������� ���������������������������!  ������" * .     : y '      ������fi'-- 1 i . ������  tt  Tbe  l.ollowin^   Ferrous   aie  Ii r" .    V '  Itepoi led   Deuused   r     * '  31��    Cat ter,   Ge<jrse   Bdflaixl  876n Uudgeon,    I'honiak   C  1192    llonloe,   Gt^ot^e      Svuc-lai  Tlie   following  pemons   aie ry[joitevl   as not   qualified   when  plactxi   on  the lint  71B Buchuird,    Fierits  11VB Beaucbtiinj>,    rhomuu   .  122B Beckett,    bturge   Alueit  244 Bui cli,   Isaac   Lewis  300B Canning;,   liaivey  3J0B GbaboL,     Cliailc-a  344B Cbui-vtte,  Ale.vnutlei   .  464B Davia,   Harle>-J  473B D��ianey,    1'atiick  481B Dery,     Jobn s  4S3A Dekjardins,      Cvprl��n   . ^  -18311 Dr.uicbui.,      Mntluaa  484B L-ehl timet s,    Anile ,  50013 JUickyim,    Uavid  502B Doaiku,   3JAiiy   Albert '  534B Duckeiiuj,    William   Bob*! t  13611 Duucau,      Avery    J.  540B Dupuin,    Fred  6J0B Fo.aaid,      Fi��rre  661B FyU,    Jamea  '   684B Gen-tlioaa.    Muvlue .  1 709B Gi-nen       i'jerie  710B Girulil,    Jean  737B Graaaiag;,   Aajruav  75HB Griaison,   Jolt.   Alai  *72B Howe,      Join.  883B UuoU.     Joa��ph  fll lemt,     G��orj;�� ..   ..  9G5B Kemp    Many    B     J.  S77B Kaogk,   Caluur  1004B kacha-jc,      G.oiyg.  3004C* l.aehatiw:,       tHiviei  1O00B Ivutiain,    Frc-d.  lilOSli Lalix-oieie,     Davwl  3012B La liberie,   Louis   .  3 019B Latt^eviu.,  Geoi^��  3029B Latendreate,   Anton.  1031B Lav-allee.    .lafuect    T,^oamiil  1053Bl.eiUa,V,    (Ileal      ,.  ^   ..  1000B l^aveamw       Onlla.     . .  J0U5B (.oil*     Ftaiii-ia   CirsMvilb-  1179B MilU,   J.jw^>b    bXiward  1205A Morel ^a,    Cbarl��a   Hubert  1205B Muratoa     l.ealx    .   ..  13J4B MuDuauell     Al-tut     H.  1444B Nodetec       Fraik  l.VJtfB Heirwul,    fie il<3*v ��i-t  154QB Flloa Itaocil  15S5A F*otvia        Clom  15S5C Foullolte     Act bur    Jorapk  15G3B 1'loeloi        Charlea  1563C I'ruiiU,      Aatoua  1668B Quaauel       Delpliia  3577 B "Ray,    T�� ill w   .  1597B RlcbarxJi.    Alex����d��r  1698B, Kioharda,    J-oMpb   Duneaa  1644B Kouaaeau,   Joaop3h    Cbnrlea  3&48B itowland     Froocia   Goorre  369<*B Sheau       Michael  1699C Sheaha*.     Mik*   ..  1723B Sl.ra,   Jock  1736B Smith      Da rid  3900B 'iHrnhull,      John    Jamea  1S02B Vaohon,     Claim  1<��09A. Veroj,      J��an  1909B Verresault,      Francoia  1911B ViaSat,      Ijeo .   .  . ^Cranbrook  Ci anbiook  Cranbrook  Wyclifle  Uraiii>ro��k  Crunbrooif  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Ci anbi 00k  Cranbrook  Ci airbrook  Oranbrotik  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cianbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cra.Dbrook  Ciaobrook  Cranbrook  Cianbrook  Cranbrook  , Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Craxibroo*  Cruobrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  . . .. Moyie  Cracbrook  Cranbrook  C ran woo k  Crwnftrook  Cranbrook  Crw.-nbiocik  Uiuwroelc  Cranbroak  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Ci anbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Ci-��ci>bro<ik  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Croinbrook  Cra^i-brook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Craobrook  Cranbrook  CroubTook  Crjnvbrook  Cranbrook  Tm   (oll.wi��0   paraoM   are   reported   ac   not -qualified  to  vote.  1��4 : Braalley,   TtoJ**��     CrWftbrook  ...   Cranbrook   '  .    .      ' llo) ie  .   Cranbrook  "4 .  .*���  '4f  a  it  it  a  n  tt  ������  ������  it  No Business Man nor Pro-  ^ i,'  1 . a-  perty Holder can afford to  to neglect his Insurance. I  represent three strong com-  panies:  <>  <���  ������  '���.  i��*  ��� M>  (M��  ��� M>  IM*  (��0  '������  '��*  ill  ���>���  M  ��������  <���*  \:t  ���������  ���������  M  ir  ������  '���<  <*i  <��1  ���M  "<  and will be pleased to quote  you rates  u  ��� ���  ��� ���  XX  ������  ���������  XX  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  xt  ������  ������  ������,  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ���.���  ���*  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������"  ������1  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  XX  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ������  ��� ���  ��� ���  ������  ������  ������ .  !���  !���  n  ������  ������  ������  ������  ���������������������������������������������������  Box .4  �������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������� �������������������������������������� TELE   MOYIE   LEADER
of Liver and Bowels
, siugff-sMebfa
,„(• a longtime lo leant, and
s   bills in the haigain, writes
Ibv, of Winnipeg, that the dis-
nt my   s/stt-m wis due simply
d t""l>
1,1,  •'" '.*."
Mr  <')*>
tiiTbim (
tlllH'   .\l'
nn <"•">''
Hut tuin;
",. ,iinl ho*'d i»a4'v't.v.   A sleepi-
'„„• languor ex* "Wished  my  old
'""Vniibitifm. -> ''  foav  iririiability    ot
""       J'd.le.l   btllf;   to flic  S-ouifoit  of
'lv, vet  the lu'-adachps, goiipial
ailn'    jnefaiicholy '   forebodings
lied ml- down ought to, bo con
Vuiiib. plcctiic treatment hud
rters in  turn'failing to cure
testuiio-iialH   supporting
'I'i'nl "of greal mie. i^uial vntue iu
" imp to try t hem." Tho  rofeull ol
"""Tit! inh'oriising of J. . "Hati'illto..';
,1. '1
<iu('"JuJ hrst" bo* 'inade cleai that my
if«!" iiodv "'^ Pinking, iN own poison.
"h,t m driving it,from the system and
1 J?m the- C.HIMJ-which undclnbte-dh
I'Zl, iVtiu* liver and bowels, by Or.
,    ;;S0n"s Pills,  my health  would be
it   work  tor
can  conceive  ol,
a-j ever. - ,
llscfim cert ant to me tliut»mo,r lliau
< i,i? the  siCkne.H  wo  sec  abodt   iih  i,
,,',„)  |,v i,irolp-emp4s- in .keeping the
't,,l,is n.eu.and, the liver,active.    Dr.
taill''"* Pi»f J'.^""'1 «!«'»«><*■ "I'd
i   ,f boucr'than other, re-piedies.    '2o^
'lyL'v  at ull Jwlow, or Thp Catarrh
,Lnof-», IJiniT'ton, CliiWUa,
ADCVH'K^rt check runaway 4ht.rse ,
) im been >levised   ..nil putr in sue-
...esslnl operiitioil    'oil    't,u;     Wit
.»«wbilrg   'M^*   NT*w'*Yoik;     winch
„„ 4, i-fimit of its,, wide roadways and
.jj^ ,if trcillcji, car*. ^t-Cpii. -to bavWne-j
doirnd aa Dif'.^tial   r i^prd iu, the  mat-v
. ter "of,, runaway*,   far, ,, exceeding  , tho
, 'ninnhet. mi tl»* -Brooklyn Bridge.',,.1- hi
"folir years JM 'runaways Ijokjplace. 53
THl !,J'U l,'a.Vh '•I1 I'hpoilaut a pert m il,e,dro,s fiueslioi) of
,-L /today thiit the autumn ;'nd tvmter styles in headgei.r
I are eagerly sought ior weeks before it ,-s lime to make
tlie CharjgP iron. the Hiii.unei f.,sln„,, TJi«. loading milliners,
with designers and wOrhois,  hai'i- been .hind "
far longc-i period than the geneta! public ,-.
s tulving ou1„vvhatrsh«!l a„d what shall not l„- „ul„. ,.„„,.
the biiyc-is bsive boon on the lobkpiir fc/r .luWhii.g smart and
ordinal since long before the suuimei Ir.is wore first dm
played So much depends „p„„ Uie haf, that'all this preparation, all this Pxpendittijo of tintr, tl/i.'.iglrl ,.„d strength is
abhOlutelv essential, J or tho effect ..f the .mart est and most
becoming oi, gowns i an easily be ni,„<..} I), .ni^gly hat, while
4» ugly, luc-Hpctivci, shabby costume- will look well if 1 lu
iiat is up to-datp anel'beiomiug.
And wliav.fi re, the new halls 1o be,-
irgc or small?
Tib is is
tlio question most ni)jioi;talily)f all Hoth large and small wi
bp fashionable ,s t,liP loiupvvha); gnat/led answer, which ma
De talcen to inclica ,e that,for certain miasioiis the umall hH
ywiro  killed
""jtnd 17 injured,
a(ii«o ,iC'i1«p ifudV^t^me . (' (thrnorni vwre
,„jIift„1. , Ba.vH'P.U'oJHr.Klf'Cti'Ici^t
%0„ April 14, Tfillf, "a''runaway
irilo ' tip' idea, rJ'of fit, Iftliprof ^oil^the
bridge,, vyaa put*into operation. ^ TJip,
(Ifv-tii- i-ddt-M 1? o ,i»two']cliY<is built.* of
s 1,1-iitK as -*lili" ". 1° feefc^long and Ci foot
V iuclic's hiphkiiKitiotPf, nn^wlioftls. The
jtTiccr i)i,H'llarge lieedijvi. oply 3o..uIoHe
,t8wlti-ti «vhicii'to(»t.i. it o.oration ni^t^rj,'
Vhidi i,aus.e raeMj-ann pmt<|t><»",l(>'*piw"li
the two ends ttf tjio/leavcs toward oaclr
eilliii. fonuin\* a' V1 witlijt the opening
Iking, the  flij-Petiou. from   wlnch„  llic;
i^tjaffu.i-i comlT)gj)Sex('9pt_ that .a ^prtce
' , . . 'thrcnigli which Mjiuyi vnifty1 p'nss
\'<i» fi'ft IH tbo a]iox.'-if  In the- one run-
itwa>'' »4n'f It nc-siri-d-fiijiCo' itst Jnsl^lla
■"'uro %- horse,   'started )r,(i feot dii L
- taut, Jfrnl by tlio time tt fitn'l . estctiW
tin- gate the Icavps^iyere'1 iiearly edoscd.*
Tin- Uofse hroaking "away' from'" the
»jruprs passed ," 'Hirov^h flip's opening
mtlinut iflHlb-, leaving!; tins ^ya^o)' in
the 3j>ex Of tlie Vt, , The Ignveis s-wing
', 1mc%    I'incllcl jT-ivilh ytheS- rsidcfot^ithe,
•'Iftiigc nheu) not  lb rifiiviiuf
["   iii.c' water 'jt-   the   safe's^,-t-vaVeli,  tor
\] dark Knens Vmct rflnsliiis.-     ,, J
If.   ,k J !»-,->!■< r        '    *      * ", ,
1 r ' ^ 1,1^'
('C   ijm__mm_i     "
«i"tt,t9ii'biii,d, 5,s «'<!ll'a*? different colora."* Afteriiaving-ad:
jiiutteij;! velvet jtind satinao th*.'u>t ol»sunnner fabricsi .suitable
this winter, the aigrette 'wide enough tn be bi.un lied but 1
•icross the li-it. Ostrich featbt-irf apd aigrettes are htill in!
/ashion.1 In the most plaboiate and expensive hat trimmings,
the- shaded pstrich featheis arc- extreuiely erfp.tive, the Jeatli !
ors blng -.Iridjidieiopmg and with'the- xhadiog of odor most)
artistjcplly an-aiigod so thai the deppe^l col-n shades il the
endsjaiito the vc-iy Hght, this being: more generally becoming
Colored feathers on bj.lck hat,fi ate also lu stvlc, and not oul.y t
ostrich plumes but all other Hiids. including >uif wings.'
J-ila.-k h^cts are most popular, both all bla,'k and vyifi the col'/
fired oi vvlate trimmings, and'although tin- hit to maud the,
costume is atlil to bo spcji, the fill black hat is peiniissible |
y.ith tiny auilr.'vcry colbr oi gown. / f        , j
The  taireta  hats  ain ainoug  the    late it    Iff-ivvPc-ii  ista-ton,'
fashions' and both the high toque andiniplf cap -liape aie popU j
lai.    'JI e great d ingcr of thii fashion liei* in ii-, comiidrativp''
cheapness, but it must be uudeistood. tljat a (heap taffeta sii|c f„
hat is an iinpossibility for any wel} govVw'd woiijjh, and thp4c; j,
arc almost luxuries, jUs^ t,o be worn when ,sti,iw- Imt* are 1or[
the njonipiit out of  season and  before, the spjsuii  ha,s ln'guil
for (velvet   and ielt and'fur, velvet, ;ri sj'itc ui  it-i having
been worurtliIn ^ummef, not being retilly a Stitnnie'r fabric, m!_
America, at all e-ventf > ' , / '  ,    "   j
'     Tbeiiahif/ii of tli'e, vviile- scarf continues pojiular, aud'there!
are new designs b«m{,' cKhibited witli^tlip latest styles in huts, i
ill ^act, often hafad scarf aro ehoson togothV'r ' One ot'the   TlyTOST1' ipnmikable     iu   the   world,
most boi Ofninj^ designs is the w-idt? unlined ( hiiloii sc'4rf tt-iie,    i)JL     e-   (he     dedv(Jptlo,i      vvhilrh   li!
mod with bands of shaded''ostrich feathCTS     In mauve, with I        '      been app!ie,|, (o tin    Vi|kon  te '
the   black   and   white ,ostrich   feather  Irimmmg, is, a   most1    '     '
charming scarf to \e Worn with p. mauve hat of the -ami'
b^tade.    tummed    wilh"'tdiKjk    and ^vvhite    ostrich    plumes,
vvhijc   auothen-   rpndortiig   o| , the .fashion. ba< Ihe i'eathcrt.
in   different,   sh(idc<.   of   purple.1'«Then   the   'unliueejl   chitron
cloaks and coats arc also very smart, wilh deep ivoke ctillai
-of lace or( embr,oitlory, fAie Collar;lined, with satin', makihg ",i
;,irmeut/more practice! a,s e -wrap    Vfnrn ovor a ,-t
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦>^^-«>e4>4>4«>-4>4.>^^^^^
4'   «,
Does noi contain Alum
By Harold Sands
Of bright, cense or blue, eSile
i-hifltVii torm
ci'i as e wrap vvnni over a ,-nuioi) icirm j a lew immure
blue, (Silo of the^e clo-ik^ in black is t-V j <'d( ni i , ^
t'lfl if ■worni/iver'ia gray gown tlipn tho r-'or tfuec tl
!il,.r. ":..  ..i.ter-j-.-.,   t^ ^...^, . . + e-„„.w,, .. ...,a   i.»  ' ,.^-y.^,,... ' e >,*„..
!•)  'f.ll    1      'liJvPU    ill /tllPsA    .Uvs'of    PVCCljS
sive tiije ol the "uipt-tlati.,.". this J- a ecu,
lecf s,-- jj.g. . .The jlliif e,.)|i,)e.' ,iit(.
tonyncjls (the- frn/l-n 'v' i-fe- nfi | be, /re
If vnti- thn lest t.J t.'ic wofli), 11 is
an itii[)ortant nejrve ot' the, British ijra
pi re, KVii-ging r'aT.nvayr lltivy-utm^Mtliit'
few  iininutps/'of  I, ovit l'ug, Jstr.-et  and
three, t.n ty i-'f lbs. ,me| class four 12(1
lbs to finished aV< lght < Veiling' jugs
are given an easily digest oil diet made
wirhont ftfbfti' toots Or green feed   ,Por
I     A Coi Sector oi PoJomnary TroublB-s.—
I Miny   li'|vti'noii^,tls  e mill!   b» e pre-, nr.-cl
j showing
Tlinwti.s'    ran i trie   Mil    in    (Hri^g
Jretmjlv   efftetive, Ahf .,..,. .. 	
,vIpak,ot the saifn- c(Uor> in chilfon is mcfsf attractive ancl bo [i.tssiiig ' Ihrougl
coming, whalcif the all gray is toO^trying a lining'ovef the
*l\on\$<;t*{ oi palp'row pink'or deep", cerise under the lace,or
embroidery/will j.rov'uie the re<juired note ui Ceilr,r. A,tteniion
to all sucli details i'i vvlnit mitkoH modern dn»»s so tii(i«hed tirid,
incidentally, adds to the e%peiipe.  j * '   . %
.v   . r '* i       1 r _' i   r
l i _ ij     ' ',   '-    '       '      ' 7     r
,; ^ When oitp'co rMi tiers dial ^onicif'aii'cl men nt nan viability
,jud mnilS years'trabiing m the,art of drpssm-ilimg art* Obbg.
ed teVkeep pp thfir studies of neiw'sty, es constantly if. thoy
do not want tht-ii ckis()(tiiieH to^fletorioradc and become coin,
inoiijilact- the imiateui dressmifkor, need'not condemn herself
a* Htupid if her effpits-. re apt always t/ewarded with sticce^s.1
TlM- be'st way to as*nt, j-one's self, of a triamph'sar. oi.itilly is
'-.faithful study of the styles as shown m tlitj bi;st pn^bb'hed
hons-aii'l i-iijos it sfeetc-l.esi
ni'lgnetie   Hiitisb   ('ol
ntiibi-i tn the last^ bttie lauej id  the  I'tu
.S'ortti.   , I'nlikc,-' uifAt, 6f rt" dJesri.ifh
linlt-i'i,   f'lJoada, 11) ts state  out'ipcd, ,-mi<(.
se>  |(|r  no" l-olj)Oratieu,  he-'i-how i.,!'.((■
'       '    to take
- Hati of'Black Velvet -with Blue'IifhbenWl Silver'Fringe
'    , ,,     ' in*"* -     ■>' '<      V     <      .
< i > ,'   «      ' •. it ' ' I '- '    i
r!l ,        ,  '• , xi,  ' ,
and ftu   otliPl"  the l.n
i f   * ,-    ■ -  y
r- i.upe must be worn. ' Xever were there
so many tOflneVand t'urljaas'as' i,!ns, auSuinq^ but never were
there- so many laigo, o\Mggoi',ate-dly large, "shapes exhibited
an>l iu all . hc^di-tAils, .such as the si .{--of the crown and the
width ot the brim. Is there,the smite divVsity ol* choice,! but
there are 'nianyMtioii; hm:il(.i;rov(fiiV to be scenrthan there'were
last yealr, ^mall in ihe-head,size,' tliap i% and tho h^ats, 'while
m<tDy tbrti down arou'nd thorface, do not liave the all-conVeab
tfor hats, lace ^infUtulleiaic.pormitted'for winter aiid.tbe^tullt;
and ,v(-l\'el theatrc<and'i'c-stau.fantBh!it nowtufhibitend'fo'.mdsi.
-L—-- -*-' * lintyc,In the- aut^unyi Uiej §p\it<f Miia li,(itfoV,the
with .velvet r^t'also InioitiJubly popular.' ' •
V-\ v' ,*",.>«;-,s *■/<* y   >yr ' '■//
Xtiin'tnnrntod '""v
0 i\  '
'    ;     •      i      _ '   x  >      c       !,^    i* i ^ -        ,   /u      -' -«    i     i
'-.-Tlowprft for Mtitp time tccome will beLf»slu£t)sible as trimming and-will i.bdpubic*(H.rbefabhlcjiiablcnll Whiter for vYbaf
are'.knowti from the liusmfes standpoibt as df&ss hats. /The
flower* are velvet or satin and velvet' combined,-.and aro irost
gnifofully and cleverly put on to stjind up, either stfaigbt or
ntta becoming angle, andthav-p'loug stems thatrare rnaivel
lously' like the''Teali stains," vvbil«, except iis  to  textnte/'the
. flbferi arc alsrt wonderfully true id UJcture     Calla lilies afe
fasluonable, *and  black and white, with  tho yellow stamens,
mo most ,-harininglv attractive pa thi; black hats, whether of
tulle lii-^vclvet     They Hrc-rutin?r lutrd  combined with  satin
nnd it is best  to*mse- instead on the satin hat ii softer silC
tlpvvci   or ii  fautasv   of  feathers,  ,1s  is called   tho  spray  ol
strangely  doctored  ostrich   or  coqtic  feathers  that  beer   nq
lesemlilance to -uvv   feathers growing on apy bird known to
the naturalist
lj\tio,me simplicity aud beauty of hue ch.mieteri/.o the
smartest h,it«, so simple ait- they often, with no trimming but
a bow of vplvct, that it would seem ai,though they ,coi:ld bo
made by the most inexperienced of amateur milliners, and iljo
stupendous prices demanded appear extortionate to the last
decree, as, in'fact, they often are But thi- lines have been
most qarefully thought out by somo artist in the business aud
the merest tocj much or too little in crown or brim'will utter
ly change the effect. A hilt of medium si^e, sm.-ill orow-i,
brim not more than si.v or seven inches at its widest, -ind
turned up slightly;af the !ei'tv side 1% tummed only wilh a bow
of vel.et at-the lCi( side-ot the crown/the bow "not .standing
high but lather lying flat—the material satin 111 the crown,
but bow andcbrim of velvet But let no one attempt to make
it without, being quite sure that the shape is becoming and
frames tho face pieturesquel.v. Another favorite style is a
"argc hat pf fine all over laco, Mad, or white, a.s de-sued; this
has quite u bigli, not wide crown. Tho brim" is bound with
black velvet. There are"tvvo or three folds around the crown
and one or two on ilie'unliuqd brim. A t4pr.1v of vt.lvot flow
eis, black or white, or a ," fautasv '' at tlnf- lott side of the
crown is s-o arranged as to give nice height; the brim is
quite wide aud does not turn'up ut tl.p side, but a't the same
time it is not 1 straight. Hit bum. as it rounds out hack uid
Often this will give the a'matiwirla v.cry distinct idea "oftwhat'
slip, should t-f-m co for in her finished product, an, iu.4re.ss-
'making asin all oth*r a.it\ 'our- shoijld "see" the end from tho
.beginning. Jt tis .not- otton „tliat, 1tho"rpapei,-pattern!; alt hough'
'it gives tbe ii«-c?»ssa .y^plan oft wh,ie;h to svprk, siipplies Vie'
tailed instrU'-tio» f<J¥ malang a'tijuly smart creation. In fact,
siichi'nstructiop cantrhp'rcily .bis'giv^yi in rwords. Ji is dopen,-
de'nf'p"largely on lin^e Jjjipcjjon ,ine perfection oi"d<jtaiH that
lit is vni-coasiiry , or;itho ilrpb&makor1 to be ,1siilly ciohscio'iis
whrft-Cdn^tituteM Ike stvlc- ot'J:hp_paitiei^ar model which si
 r ,...,._  . -,.T -_-    _..,_ M
wished to c'opy,before »h , staits ht>r wo."1c^» There are .usually
sjlso'certain iiointj to bo obsorved injlie 'making o"f ^ny ^ono
of these  n-odels  winch are much  rnore-iui|)orfavt   thaii tho
•"choice of! a'dy particular design,-and these points'can be best
learned l-y. the faith^'ulj Mitdj o^ Hie,' Reason's'.irjodpls .w'hicli
come from thi'best nouset. -    . -'      '  ■,    '    0 '
t Jnst now, the' jirincipal point to be borne jn.mtud -ivhen
one,i, about to makn 4 frock^s the necessity for a pifntil6 and
'gracefid' w.isSt etfecf.'".V, stiff lookii)g\vat'st vvill utterly destroy all claipi «jtV)( style, and ^omclipw; or "otherj. whether a
WOman^s stout'or pOt. she must be miido Lojook sinuous and
graceful at the waist., The* si/e of the'wa'is't-doc;*. not so much
matter, although;'ob cfiiirs'e.'-the pore, sleiidei the*bii,tter" provided the suppleness.of t)te digu'-e <V not tlOjslroycd. n The
drooping1 shohiarrL,flffett i^fonlv seebnd liVthct n-1 p('*Mtivc,ri(Sed
i> ■ vt    '    .; •■     -'    c *'"/        "/
sire to ?.trot«,i out eiig.-i   Imids
it 'frOm* the  governm.-m        The   .  ,. ...,.
is plain: the  Viucon' telegiajil) is ikit'ki
l>i"b yiotic-y-miikf-r,'but is ,1 Vri-iil   public
convenipuco, • .       ,       '.^
Tel>>graj)li 'liiieci'gciiorjilv follow jtii)-
roids, (but this opo preccd'-d tlie,m. His
tore'Sir 'Wilfrid bei^uer drtJimc-l if .1
(•iiShf*J!-Tri|nk J'acific'0 pif(, ijfuvi. Icgnred
out' the e'Ost, '"the cpppei, strtnid vv!"i,s
raised ,i» the land uhe>/ •* tluifbiiiel.v
sunsets fflare, forlor.iC"     ' - t
^''roni' AshCroff, cfho tg.(ff-vv>y 'to ,ot)c
goljlfu-bb Hip yne- inns to IHiwsc.ii, the
hub of lipotbf'r ti ensure (jistjft't. Ai
the' toruier cit "ViJTinects vvitb'Hlip' fani
dpiu iP.it:iiiy, tBijiiljyay telegitiph lines
oast anei'vvpsT Practical Ivy t he c-tifl qf
t)lt-i.t,wire is in Viincovivev, where the
coast •- offices Kc're inrfi,ntriinetl. t'tit-
stele of Da wsoiii-iJla'/letolt (is- (.lie prnlci'
]jjll hfatioh refii t}|e line, ancf .iroui it-a
brunch uinsitri j'ruico ^Inpcjitj-'the tei-
milius' «f "Ihp ({rand Trunk .P.ieWic. '•
-_Thp di^rtivqTy-', of tla'^lClfindikp-made
the'VukoD telogilii)li',,i^ nej-essityvv "'"^
Il was „ in li,p7. n ,\ p:iu after the,
Jjaniic-r (iovprnniert't took" ol^lcp, that
tho fir.sf gold.'ships 4',iOH- soi.1,11 fioin
Skagwav / bearing tlnf wealthy freight
that ^started thpfr memorable s,tntnpede
to tlw KloiJoike ' Xo,it unti\l3i)l:') .was
the,\ukoti toTpgraiSli stiirted, artel 'it'vv'as
So]ilember. '1001,' before5 the. lasfj e-on
ne. titiui was niadi1/    < '" ' " '
The hnemon ..'iin]" opeiatnis .iro^a
jiictiiiesqne '-sotg. n.irticplift ly the1
torlnj'r. ,,vvho nuj-v lie. style/l Vs sen
tmelbjdt the wire, They, aie^obci.
%lr-acly melt, roafiy to*ati''vvo)l, tlie "call
of, the vv>ift---:ir any hour of the •'night
ori'ijayk "Wh6n ii break oi-c,uis .th'ey
"must .itliicl - the sOdtCt-ejot/ the; trouble
swif.tlv, and 'th(5y ofttin^epd-ingp) Mife
'and ifmb to''kccp the -w'irO' cipoik
^(W4intfei'. of eonrso.-W the- -HS-ason 6l\
grCjitObt) daugfer t'ci'tSieni. ' Bysclayjthev
must .brieve the 'sAovv -Winilntiss^ :uids,at
Slight?"whentthe thgrini\uietisr i\L"'away
bejlotW.'",''- ,tl)ey  ^li-a'vp'' to   colitiiiTdir with
ii.tis e ouiii   no 1 pre-
the     greai' / efficacv %, ol
|'!i In trie   Mil
ts   orders of  rhe rospna*Wy  p^ocps-o^.   Im
the  b. sr  re svimedii il   is  c xperie'ne.p  an»
thr*'1!! is M-i oiiiiiiO'Sned to all who suf
ti'r 11 urn, 1 hps,. disorders  reith  the  j-er
tiwntvrthat   Miej    will   bud 'rein-t       I
rvv:il all-iv- iiiilatniuatlcui jp tin- burnt hia
riifit-s   ts a„ .itii'or' [iii'ji,.ration   "iJu     ,
pi>.s    of   tlits  weight  the   -lloj.
01   ISO   parts  bv   weight  n)   nnik   to   7d
p'lrfs  bv.ut-ight of  chnp^
In tv'"I t)nit)t this fife-t ,s ,'i| pei s.tfir
11;ilk and 7b ,pi'r (e/it gi.un. Those
)iercp!ttagev tu,. armed 'ix,)iv the rela
Inn liKid viliu-'S'of T'n- diflftpiit pin
duets One jiound,, of ngrain is tai e«
■l.s .1   bihisi^f a   rood   -nut., and  as  on
Is for pigs
, , .,.,,. ..„.. K  ... fjie-iksvs
loityyponn.ls WCigbt,-)<et 11'mixture tort  J (em of, piiIciiI itiiif f/md mi(t»il
sisting of  !*>!) jtarrs  bv wpiglH  of mil't [ r   '    " '"" ' '
and   Th  parts'by    weight     of  ground 1 '      °" —~--^~ ^ y
giiiitt,       T!,)c   j^   ji'upii   ,„   a   Hip,r.,'f,.   Q IkVATdH !|V\('()V   tells  a   storv' ot
trough   as g.*-;e1jy   as   the   Ihtle   lyJIOvv-lO     11   negt
will e'it    se, ,jhat  by^tlp' tuflt   thev'' ate
pound  (,<   ^'''u"  ^'•'fl""1  <" f»*  pounds I of .1 svhlem  ol   bleiniiflg K,).l
m ir\.U)\ iluik, itjollnvvs fin-  pigs uji to I or difld-fii* agtts .1,. m.lirig t..
u.     1   f  ,r
- /A
'     i       lVr,'"a
0   1 -.sou >W'fiirod  iftt  .it»)yt,eight weeks ((Id  tl.ov
nreeeating s(, well and h,ivei
(•ilstonied   to   the /nnd
lace and Velvet
of a suruous v\;<ist: in fact, the whole
dioo|> gracefull.v   irum  ,tlio  shouldei
The  woman   who has a  talent   foi    tvntg   bows    will    be
especially tortiinate,ltlus .lutuntu and wintei, for bpw s of al
Ivinds are oXtrcOielv ta-hiunable as hit trmtniiig-e    The fish j
ton has, been so veiy popular all summer that tin to is no cor I
tiii.tv  of its being lfi!!i lived, but tor the moment  it is witli,
US: ■''nd  is  to  be  lnghlv   rpe tnnmended      Satin,  num.-,  velutj
ami, for motirl.iug, crepe bows aie in mini  c.ijb rent  shapes 1
ami iii7cs. and cm be cm adnisted as to make' (he most ejeinniel
.Mid sci Pie I1.1i- look sm-irt and coquettish    ind atsr to tn.ik
an  Onlv   hit  becoming   T'l" voivt-l, - ifiu, ielt  .n-il pvpii  Ih
own should appeal to
it-nig caut>ht in onlv
b.Vthe soft folds nf the- draped gudle VJl'stii), haul and
shiiji lines tire avoidetl 'in pie-sent d.iv fashions The idea
pi drapeiy is pvervvvhou- [irevalobt.' rl ie am iteur drOssmakei
who bears these points m miud will bo apt lo Come much
neaier to a triumph in her. new gnvvn thin will, ,ne who pro
COjpds ou ihe.siniplp'theoiy oi a laithfui iollowiug nt the t,ash
toll, icgarilfess of vvheie, 011 .somo inn., ulir h_ruio, n miv
f"« tion Silk of Ml»ci1 HiKsils PrriF-clli
Uvi- Nt. tb..H4, of n-i.t^liF. rant
« 'ir* If, cent. fron, vou* I1r.,ui,r<;( or
"' >c ..io. e atd4.„isre>itv 1100.i.i "
'1 L'.Ll.tninon l*o . 1 inulr I    M.n.n
'\   the  lite   lb.  (leoige  jM    0.»nit
.     wltu li ti II-? the stni v ol the Sin*
thrnijgl. Can.K, 1 m Iheveit   !,S,"J
-1 |i iiagrljili   under  date    \ngnst   J    1 -.;
.'i'eln.v     '1 lie gnvernn.  In whn.11 11 fer
tiuwot  lo(|ue can be iinnieti'-elv utfpio-'o.l  by the new   put   oi> \ mi l> imiiioi   Arclub.ilif, and  the   I r
kit ,t biHoming angle, but care must bp tike-li tint t(u- angle j t ui.sul T.iv loi    who liom the e.ulie
is rcallv   and titt'v   becoming, ami  'In. pionle nn less lb in  thei \   ^   '<   ol  tile possipiiit i< s of the '\'Ui
■full  fice  must   be  eaietully cotisHtpieii      A  (li 1 n-'iig hit   on | in    siibtiqiul  nt   •' Sasl.al 'new in 'lev
the old  Hnglish  walking nat ordei, s(, i 1 r   t,s th.. dimpusions   1 ul un- git it tit s-. ot  the  v illev   w In. '1
nd get'Cial 'tyle .ir^' concerned, but Willi trie Dum nrrnen-npruw 11     'Ihe cvti ict liom Hr. Clrint s v
only  at one side,  is tn'ule ol  black  -iliu,   iroimd  tin   . '" v 11  is| - \irirnct  -'nd      Having   111 mg.,I
1 twist ol satin on I ho bias unci the; at ihe lift side is 11 ,t lv %u ,)„) ,(). )mt willp 1 Mreim
tniist s-n utly tipil bnvv ni sjiim < ut em the bi ts. n-itl so pi u ed j |),,. hmdnc-ss ot flip (Juv ernoi. his
lint   linm   the sub- ,-is well   is  111   'rout   ib- hal   is  beni-niug I do.  I,   ill the classes       -.tiiil
of it     '   '        '
11 oin the sub- as well is in
1'his tn weir with a t ulnr sliei-f
styles and  is bound to'bo pnpnl ir
^Hartel's Female Pill
^^Him  „   <n	
!       .'I      tt I
I'l  IV    IH       sp
hop T it! ■ • ill
anil   delighted   (is   with   Ins   pdidi-n   Illinois    ,1
Knowledge      He does not  think vii-   'luli'v  m   tli
I vvan   A'alli v    as   .1   tutiiu'   gi un prt>' ie 1   ^   iii'in't
in this respect  from  evpjv   olhoi   iiiilni'tv     1 nt   li
ml tlipit-j gbivvmg teut-s oi   (In   ){,.,)  |)e. r i.i'
sub-,  but .into  ihe At halinsi ,■, sometimes 1 till      1
n  (lu   ( Im   I 1  11,1c  because   then-    it.-   iiiiiuuiiia n
('O)div   order, and  ttiose aie  worn  un'  nil-   bv   c hildien j thai   l.ir.ivv-iv   cctinttv, e^ordfng t"  t1
voung  gills  but  bv   older  wciioti, who c nut end  ibit   the I S tsk| u hew in,   the   w he tt   imps   .n
ll^ftt'vampire, thc^,>fr()sl  (iend'that. bites
toithoj boifp. f 'The e'arl.v summer is ul-
Vtiosf'as   bad-" ;l'time "for   tlK-slinemon
When.the"-;i-c<fk|rOP^1'''iilV of i hyrvs er^
,iind, the   Mtietiais-.are   swollen   by   the
i.ipidly melting kneiw,,the. lineman takes
his  lite  in.his  Iniiels V.-iieu   bc^goosyto
rejiair ttl»* not ijifipqtient breaks.     r     «■
, iJ>.ut1'these sturdy [iionteers -on ith'e dot
jiost* of civilUat.bn liKo the-" bio rp the
v!;b|s     Tliey tire wedde.t to thy, wildei
iieSs. Plan I*     the»n'  iln-v n   amid   the
inii'loits of V.ini ouVer ,aiiil i^oy will
'fppl out of place. .The utiisc- ,uuT tur
moil ot the i'icv- will bo far v^ots.- to
them than the awtpl loneliness of the
noith Kvo'i^if r)>P 'Yukon is "plum
tnl! of hush'to the bum." they love
ill'e land and tlio head oftu-ials "of tha
te'egi iph saw thev r.nrly care fo come
"tmtsiUc '" 1 'Most of the linemen .no
ilkp the ' • sourdough." vvno wouldn't
trule the Yukon "101 ne;' land cm
part b v      "
f North of liu/.letnn. 111 .1 tlnAlv timbered country aA good looking luslmian
loobs, afteL a section ot the who Hi'
his no snap, foi trees frequently fa1! cm
the  vyro   and   break  it. forty   miles
from  tin-   Inshman's  little  e.ibtit   is   in
liidiin  rt'spive, where dwells  a  maiden
w'ho vv ts snulten  by the (harms of the
man   tiom   tho   IJmeiald   Isle.       \\ hcjii
breaks     oPc-utC-el   ne.n   the   res-eive   the
imi-in in  mvana'dy   cal'ed on  *lie'm.nil
Alter  .1   vvhfle ,it  \t,h  obseived   that
bleaks   weroi  vt-iv      iieqi.ent      111 ^the
neighboiliood     ot     1 lit   Indian   village
The   ne.\t   time   tiouble     was   toported
theie. aunthoi  lincinau wa=j soul   in rip-
iiishm.tii 's place       Tie lound',1 pine IV
mg   .11 loss   the,   win Investigation
-hovred tint the tree had been chopped
a\vay    until    niilv    .1    gentle    blow    was
t>cede,d   to  capsp  it  lo topple .leinss  the-
, 'otegi.'jili   line.' '
1 --Who ilut Jl-isf (tetimnded t'.c lino
1 nrui nt sumo Itn'ii..* vvho vvpio watch
I uig him Phew siiitlid
i i Kloot.i- e'lnp    om,    tbe'y t 1 eplied
Ci'ciit    '1,  Oi e.in. "*' 1    Th •  hni-niiu   sv,ugln   tin-" It.dntn   girl,
n" rii-.iiino c-jipibtiiiii' iinl sic   t. ill. ssoei that, sighm.; im   ner
there's   1,7 inteiesting' li ish   lovpi    .tiriv    miles   iwiv,     lit    had
-th 1 li   is   repinitucod ' hit  011  the  pl)n  tit   felling net's  s,, t b it
■ '   i    i-i.l 'C 1-   I.-'-iiti'ii  'In   vvieii'  bi   •' t" Come to   itl.-.nl ' o
•   ( niisitl   ivas  tin-   I i*ei t o'-spfiut--t   l-i>  iks  m   th.   wir,
: 1    s   VV   n     I    it'iVPtlt    ill    j ~	
"i'iV. psi      fit- pii-ioel j ■ SWINE   FEEDING
1     b    I'.s 1 mi, a, t!„. ,        T}lc tj.v-ush Sysiml EvplameJ
s   11 uv   ci'itiing   i-ilo   it- 1      '| i>e-   hij;.    .iiilitv   nt   I'i,i|s|i   b u nn
u- 11- re ids t litis .ttnbuied    to    tv..     ^tntipil    1   ilists
■ I. t..   I'" ■!',(, a rv   in  ' 1'irsf    -| ,    v. 1 -.   4     < 1 il  tt-e   1"   111 ilk
' fei di!   %    1 hi   s, , mill,  tin   1 ij., 1   1 Ue
, 'hat   'thev   con-
tsnuetln gr, ivv- withotlf (l halt "■ '
.j When y weight-, of.1 10'pun nds is
KMi-hod. tin pijr* is ;i bispy i"\m\K able
to ^alve iCarc of i\ sTroijgoi diet which
iiicliides atdng with" the milk am) grain
H timid percentage c of t'o'clK ,'rtr'jjthpi-
gieeui 10M, u -Tlie diet' at1 i'rqni' SO to'iid
lbs,*c<)Ti=i>.ts"'>ci'f 2u p(-r cnt.' of'-eill^
Jfj fk-r Cent, of graip "and 0 per cunt of
gree-i fiiod. --That k^to, Mi v ."!, jier"eent"
OI.J- the miller Js displace-, I by «nr oquaf
;>er' c/-'nf. of tl|p su'^l,."-)') *' v cge'iiablf
ifoOii, such -.h ui!i,iigpls,( bnijed potatoes,
green vetches, elnv ei ^oi„alfalfa. The
niixfiiip coinsisjts^ or( 7<i* parts by weight
of grain. -2.~> 4l>a,t(s bv weight "of mjlk,'
and 111, pjcrr-,^ by-_ ,weight nt,rMintigels '
The qimtitiry of mangels is- arnvod-at
on tha basis tint S iCis- off mangels have-,
1 teoeiing 4value of one unit wjneb ,j,s
equal-"',*lo Tone, pouricl 1(ii "'graip, "^ df
boiled pot!itoe« ,' pry |i=ed .iii,sti>.i<| e'if
Miii1gt,Is, only -.'11 'fint;s bv*Weight are
used, 'bot^ansc tour pounds W, pofatoefl.
Jailed, const,Uult^onp foqd unit okc'e)tialr
to one 'pouiicl" of gram Oil' the ii(ix:-r
tore thus compounded.! cc. tisist.iig of
nlilk tbop'atn'1 grecu'food. growmg,|,igs-
jpake itipiil strides and niiiinta'jn a yig-
orous/'iicalthy state. ,s - !-,,-»
. When ks^xty' p'o'iocls atp' ieaelted the
I'ig 1. able to miik« goodi, im- eft a Ut '
tie cheapci, and ,more bulky d,iet, which
us 'io blendeclsiis to  develop  the c.ipa-
"  in  \!nt|!i   vvIuf wanted to
at ui't 'on  11   una! ,ficc,deli
very inuti,   ^ , '    ' '"   , (
'^'y' ,1'f't"!''  i-iade' bis1 aj'nbfat.ieii)  and'
(•.i-ny In tmp t)n- boare)   who-lf < nn-mborH1
tier.- men'he bad known all bis life, ,',,-
' 1 " \\ Ital 's vonl i'-.ifn.}?V asked the e.v-.
iiiuine^ v   -     i, '       .' '
^l-' "I)eeft,( bohs,! the, ,jl(glt) iO|itiCd,
"you t done I'linvv my ureme. Vou's
knowed mo'rfU vour Irfe. *■' "' ,, ' *■'
^ '* \Vh.it s,vouj mute. ;'yerv sfeinly;
"SllU .follllhOll.1**   1 '"*,', 1
i  '''Wp!,,'.Mi ' lolinson. wlipie- jveie y011
' y
i t ,
' M
SJ .'
i noru, ^,  ,      , s    ^  -   -, j   j 1   X   (! '      *"' 1
j     i"S'ot,  '|ot,I.    hcie. l bpats.^ytiii .(loniS!'A c^      ;l'"j.^*s
knowed   vvinii,   r'so   liurn.', TV , litfy a, ' „.    '"'""}" ,'fl
pgl\t on youi  pi' lajjhpi 'f falim.1'^      , j,,,  ,\w^!_ "*4i5
',-Xever nnud that, jyi\r .lohnson. Voii     -■_, f '   '
j&pu'  bqyi. in AI,u<)ii'i  N'ovv,"'M'i^ JoAii-j 1 "" ->'■
""son.   tell   )his ' bcyiril   how ""many    miles        *^
it is rrn-u the pa'rtlf'tOathejin.nm'"   '     ' -" 1  *" *^
f  B-pfuti. Jio^'s, rr i-am't -tell   Hat,   ami'  '•    -
I'«« gwme {1 r--mili" i/i'si'vere i-ighf now
*i"on oam't j/u1 mo cm 'no,dat such iiui
a"s ilat.""'r    "'/"'„ ,*^k °7   *i"
^ -• 1 Ui$
Tlie-itfrieal     Manage 1     ^w
frir!e''is   a   fatline')"—/-Thev
least liavp.laughi'ei as uiiich,as,they, did
at my rlliii)ilet.',\' f
hosef'   novv^k, -['I
might "at   ,V :
cicy.aucl vigor of'the d,ige4tivc sv.stem.
[n, other 'wrfirls dthp ,11111 wiine tor (t-irn-„j
ingi"ci-t5ps and, dilry byproducts' into.
.went* is,by c.liofnl fpoding il^inught up
'to thigh standard of'('njcieiiuy . , The-
jli^fi until the pigvloubH-s its vveiglit of
00 lbs. consists, o't "i .T fscr l-ont u toots,*.
1(1 [.pr 'cent- greeji food and 7."i per cent'
of .gram. , Tlui*, m' .1 iiiixtunvnf it.T
lbs. wiHibh consist' of "■"j/lbs<giiuu,if<n
lbs ol, njdllsa.iiud^Ml dbs„cof roots 01- n]u
fa.ta,'et°(A 11, vviir be obSrC?vt-<l tli,»f
Jlibgorcp'iil-ago jif grain 'has-been fairly
constant, vyhHe thp a^iVyn^it^ millskJvts
beelljileci eased uftd j^yii-n ) ooiLj.correS
j'O'idmglv ;ri^reused." The pig has now
roacbptl '2'2d lbs, •'.a-' ro/idy ^fo put onto
a finishing T.itiona c HP .is big for his
age, i'ull of vigor, and then-fore ready
to take cure of <• tairlyj. strong itiot, " I
Prom tin's tune un 1ho obiect is to
re-jch .. tinisheit weight, in the tslnntt'st
possible,    time Peednig   miisl    not.
hoWovPr,   be   ovpidoiie,  as   the, appetite
must   be  kepi   keen   and   the   digesriio
oigins  m 'strong e 011/lition        Tor this
rei4.on  ooft)   rnillkand   roots .ire-eiintiu
ued bul   iu,.i  leduce.J  c.uintitv    t. It is
(lesh    hathpr     than     tup   growth   tint
is     wanted  c     The   diot   therefore
consists    cot1    at    mixture   iii'ule
three (pi irfers     nt"    a      toenl     unit   ( ! •
IbSl      ot   i milk      onp      <n1.11 ei    of   one
tend     unit      (-   lbs )     c't     roots       tor
".'lc li   p.g   tier   el.ly   ni'M-il   with   ,.s  niiit'li
gram   chop   as   is  p„feii   wilh' ,1  relish
If is made tni%wilh vvatp)  into  i rather
thick     slop, '  so iked   until   soft   before
fppdntg        I!y   tins sy^stpm  nl   blending
"loods   ind  fppdntg, D.inisn  fanners .up
ible  tn tup'i   of!  (a  large  (iropoitmi  01
their pigs  finisI-eiTaf   from   five to si\
months   old.        Dtirutg   tins   time   it   is
true .i  l.iige aiqoniit o" grain  has been
consumed, but  it is nlsn true that everv
pound has bee;i tuiucvl to unod ai-count j
in jToflucmg poll
'"'. .SCIATICA^ .l^-'
- r y- i,   r  .
Another' Case ,Where ,Life Wast Saved  '"
^        and Health Kestored by-/.     ,„,  ^
'    -   i,     "Nerviiine" ' s    \
>    \ , i,l ' r, 1    ''
if   \\rOi,liavo all  ipail   aiid  heaid-p^  the
agonies''ot Sciatica, In.t'orily those who V
ha.ve''been tortured'by thiiS cliPad. mal- ,1
ady caii'tully appre,cbitp-wli.it-ri, kurust -' •
I mpftit tovl>e cmeil uilei' vo(trsrof sbffer- . ,
lug. , *.    *   *."'.   '  1
l.p   of
"v't  is; because  he' iee-ls itr his  4.lemu ",.(■■
duty to'tel^t-o. (he world  lus faith"1 u ,1   ,
,Nervi1ino  rhat  Vic Un   'i".   HircK tiiake.s^',--
tlie>,t fiillow.ng  .leclaiatipn: ,\'Tor  three /
vears I  was'Siin thp  Itoyal'Mail service*'
and in all kit.ds'of wtfathenliad'to meet.-'''
the njghr Jiutis.    OajjipuV -,  ccil_cj. and'^ *',
o-:po\lireJ<brocighli  on   sciafn..i   that  afri*""-'
jfecitsil'tiiy ^ot^ side.    .Sometiined an atiJ     1
tack wntilel eomt- yif tliat"inaelo me pow--   t-v
erless tcwlffi-k.    I was so nearly a Com
pleto c'lipplcjftliat f bat!  to give up my   c
]ob   1J  v\ast in dPspair. completvly casta
down   because.,, the   money   V„ spent   on      \
.tiying  to t-et well  was  vnasted   '-l^was
speaking  Ui  my  e hoitusi   out-- day,   and
j bo   re«*omi.ipnib>dV'\oTviiine *        I   had
this   gdnd   bsiiiient   inn bed   ou   several
times    1   day.   Hid got  relief     In ,order
to  build   up  my   geiis
oral   health   aiid   im
I'i 0ye-    my   ,blood '   t   ,
used     Perio/one,    ontJ   '
t-iblet       w ith      each
tnea! I   continued     p
this    treatment   tjour ,,
\ v months  ind  was cur
oil.    1 have 'is,ed all kinds of liniments,
.1'n! can tiuihlnlly siv^that Nervilme is
strongei, 111010 penetrating, and iu
better  than  anything  else   for
' li.iin      1   urge   evoiyvuip  with
nouralgi 1      ihoumatism     or
use  Acrviline      I   Juiovv   it
In the
Ml gains
ige  O.iin-
mal tpr
spi tiring   ec onotin
m pork ji'roilui tions, the   nor
.h   t.nniei   has  outstcippeil   his
Itciiiidian   rival J itgelv   bv   the .idcii.ticni
toliev -ng
s> inrica   to
will 111 ip '1ionvi
T'ipic ,isn r   a   moip   lughly-estpetii/iL
i iti/en   m  Mestehester thin  Mi    Ilinje.j.
What   In'  s.ivs  rati  be  relied  upon    For
j si\   vpais  since  being  cured   he  hasn'r.,.
j hid   1  single lchifst    Don't  acc-Ciit anv-
{ rhing   fiom   v om    de.llei    but   ''Ne'rvi-
jline In   two   s'l/es,   .'JPc .   and   25c;
j *=oId  ever--.vvheie.  01   fhe   C,it.'tvihivone
l('(i,  Kingston.  Ont
(,' ■%
Ji    J
i f
Hit »l
vvliuli   1
me  i'< ii'
nn  .'i'le-i   t ' ' 1
nl     1    nig   thi-i
'I he- newest''h.tts iltspbtv  ini-ch itioie- of tin hut
ire t'lanv more shnjies tint turn  up sh irjilv   it  tlj
then-   ne also a  git it number n*   the mob t i|
-111 d
more  beentnibg i li > n   Ihe  Imdoi   Imps
mon-  e'cniv ("ltion'I   hit-       \t   the   -line
ge.iprilly bpcoming anil   strange'-   pu
lo not look so smart is those   thit are more sevote     Th-
sol'   inegul.tr  brim
nn 1 11  bv   the  stifl'er.
t im.   lie v   are  1 ot  sc
•"l    r.   0 urn-ntlv '     for    welici) i    ail
"iiiii vll\   nrcpircel  rc-inoih  of protc-u
''     '-'ill   Irom   their uco is iimck  anil
' «■ "vie al n'l cirui." stores
'^?-nEVE,NS* Varicosities, otc,
'■"'yiol;cv,|rt3.iidoTc.ntniillv enrect by:
fc -l. ,"'"i. »n,« ,v, '"i'u"iV ',""£" "i" aorencsn,
•.1,'V.T'--''.. (I- s,', I ',Vrt?'. -J r- hukn KnvnniuiBli,
[i'.."1'"!:.:!    „'„;,!' '"Iflli'ld. Aliuw., murm-cel a>.y«ir«
MlSn'i* :"«l .•: , ' ."' '"' llla dlH-lor «'lv'l»(.<l SHOP"
6-,, "Ml|\ [• ■ ii? '"si. Ilmt«n(lot(lol!i(S»o tiniise.fl
lliM.'""l'.'«-|.iii,',*,-','..'"«l "1 « Iiw>nllin"t.liiii- tlin.Ht.rd-
'ai',,':"1"'!. I, .n„,.»'.!.",, •1'l>"I"Pe-i.t..(l and lie) wml Mi-
»;,,'V.;'l.,ii„.i„.,""" "  lloitre.'Weni., Timiiirn,  CynlS
1 1.
"l   .
I tissi tu loniip is a  happv   (ompronnsp,
.1   iinl tulbr a-.ournl tkt   I tee   whotlnr it
ion  ilnlli    in!  1 loth  is to entPi   into tie
11 llnipiv   IhisseiM)!!      II   lstnoeirlv   to
lor its bri-u t
1 ol f1 1 v elv I
list n| in iteri 'Is
splecl tilt '-nl '1
outfit ot hits tor tin- vv 1111 r r so the hits made of fur 01 turn
mod with il lu-id not he .boson it thp moment, only, 111 plin
inner out the tiiliro v, inte 1 oiitht it is advisable to provide for
at .leas! one Im hat il ono wishes, to be. in the height, of
fashion..." '.'.'.,
While the'large'"sliapen arc considered correct stylo for
the llicatre or resi-aiir.-int. there are seen the most 'attractive
hat's so s.'iiivll that tliey - might 'reasonably be called headdresses', made for the'm'ore elaborate! stylo of dress. A small,
'close litling cap of f:mey net of'of open vyork jovvelli-d bands
coveriiic the t"|- of the' head, with a large while or" black
•lifiottp"* is itiinn-nselv smart and becoming for Ihentre or res-
I aura nt,'and tin- ai'^relte poised at just the light angle gives
bei'dit. n'ml .style ii) " n"'st' effective manner. " Tl is on-the
theatrical order, bnl it is nue pf the few things that can be
the'atrical without the b.-ickgrouiid of the stage. II. is said
the .same .stylo of hat or bonnot. in black velvet with a large,
high aigrette will be worn with an elaborate street costume
si,Hi"id   from   sumiiiei   iiusfs   but   tn
nl   the    inom.ilips ol   lnp jNotih We-I
linsts  is  to  go   i utbei   ninth      To  In
lT   -s   ( onsul   ind the   ircnbislmp s,;.. ,
is  'Imnsl hkc lip 11 ing eounsi 1 tm   u ,i
belli vis  thit   11n   winld  without tin   --
1 ]n ni   ill ut, the  ne hbisliu]! 1)1 it tin
bun sni ille.l ben lisp ti  is nut tettil
111 hlusliup's  iipimims '    Th > (>v ide in 1
ot tin m suggest s the evnl in,ttioti, he.
<i rv. and   in
his  aninimg
•I   extensive
■ isk itche
sp   iks m I v if I'
b'n ei, v- I u h runs 1 fn'tml   '
I 1   I.t'ip.   1  bi ttt 1 I '"h 't   i'it ' h
el     ! ). I l     I      lis lu I Dig   t'f     I    (I
t ouh o'   ih.   \'<nt'i     '1 I'    I
1 missi.ia h iv e -it \ 1 i
. I' 1 t 11 11 ilv ■ is om
'111   .he  vi iv   te    p end
I .      1 i.e     11   p  J-i v   the I
%   ll mi'   ihe  ie mlo  In It 1
1.' 1 11-1  ii      The 1 in-pi 1
s\ ii, hew 111  -votil'l  be    1   n g ' I      "
II 11 ib   be it     11111-t   h 1 v e
1 ul   1. nv   pxpl 1111   I In
In    iitdue 1 d tn  supjioil    ,
ifiiu ,1 Inn seit to iai-is I I ctii   ' '
,-   11    Di ni-i u k
t,       'i let   1 nisi
is   upon   the   !'■
ne   m nil-  to
1 I   tie me.is
sf    's   pei h q's
c". 11 '    ib _" i
tint   lln    ilu
cordis g     11
st(l   ti    1     I
t   goner it   s.
be t> r   lor  t! .    LM"W ill
Ik    suit inlv     bleu Ipd
1. ci!- '1 he   ! 1 'in-   h is
\  1 11 1 1 nts    mil    1 xpi riciif 1
1   in 'id     1 Hon   1 in 1
I.I st
. suit
is en 1111
11 pe it Oil   e s
1   pig   -litiuld
ble i.i
itt 11f
)      HI        It!
;'l r  1! 1 llt-
V   II V       H
inii t
.   lull
' 1' g
,0 th
1" '"
t 1.
th il h iv p be tn bint ght befcii c- him, bo'  I is in din I ion nf t -i ts |
-wu.-  I'"' btnitcfl.     li,  doubtless., is in..-  I11.1t  ..!. Ulc. la-Ibche-I
wheal  is easily raisWl.'and'that at. the '!.'.('. missions, near thc-j
Snsktitclicwaii,   it  snli'ei's  iVotn." siiiii.inef   frosts;  but ' the ;niilv
two'lv'. (..'. settlements that, we Iieiii.l nf in flip i-Jlsknfchovva'n
ceitmlry,  viz..  those  of ffit.   Albert's  and  'l,;iki",Sl,;.  Ann's:  wo j
visileel, and c-eniltl easily mider.st.'ind why- they 'suffered.    They
are  on  the  extrenic   ivirl|iwest.   of  ihe  'belt,' 'at.  tin   tiltifueie
■above the sea   level  of  from ,2,000 to •J.nOO feel,   and   wore
selected by the  half-breeds, not with a  view; to. farming, for
tlio Trench lialf-breeil  is no farmer, but because,- of the abundance cf vvhitolish in the laicc. the sturgeon in tho, river, and
because they were convenient, 'for buffalo hunting and  trapping, as well a.s for either reasons.    Tho .substance of. tho disputed mutter seems to bo this:    The archbishop believes that
there is a bolt further uorth much', more fertile."
1 eir 1 11
,.l UI..H-.
Ill lbs.;
1   In
1 4
ll tl
.1    I'
l nod
-      ,1,1
.     L.'0  '
VV   I V
ill    V     1
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Mill     *
IV. t ll
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1'- e   i 111 e 1 1   1 '-
.    In        .   il   ul
om   1.11 It. I' s
i--   limb 1
1. i- b is   in
ib-   Dines
'lass two  10 to Cf) lbs
s   lc
ige  -ii
nf    infant     mortality
nres  freiiuonlly.   :iu,'e1
e.nni t.'lai'.ii s   of
■ In the e'::iis:e.s^
'Cholera morbus fi;
it. nuiy be sai.l
Ilu- bowels are grout do'sta-oyers of ehib!
life. If all motliPi'S',would avail themselves of so eil'eel ivc a. roiiiei'ly as '.Dr.
■l.'T>. Kellogg's T)y.*.-ntory Corel ia I m.iiiy
a little, one. could op. saved. This Cordial L*ai.i be given with safety to the
smalli-st child, as there, is no. injurious
substauce in it.
^7^     -—-"=*
Stop it ln 30 minutes, without any hstrm to any part of your 3yslem. by taking
"NA-DRU-CO" Headache Wafers 25cd'r^S^m11
National druq and chemical Co. of Canada Limited,
■CTCTMtMT«IIJlin|^»^'^»»r.«irpafiW.li»'tMjT^-%.»-^^ y, ,  |t||| \   f ^.^-j.fnwHBnwia^,TIW
Write ior f ill j t-tiiuliis to—
Dorvtinion School of Accountancy and Finance
D A   I'om'n.'s   \      iD (ti. ,nr.(    V       I   R   1 m iu t    V      ^ I! TI iihIpm.LI   B
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I^Cii-Uu-rf  .IC-^i^
The  Empire Brands of -Wc
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The Ms.Liliobs Gypsum Co.,- Limited
%yvA I".  i  . s  "ajtrowrv. - -i-.Trrc-.-.-  ���sg*Jl^jalf m-Aivi <raiT.j��.m3ttjc..,��cs.j,3ts.iqcxacw7l  TI-I-R J/TCAPER. JfOYTE. BRITISH COLUMBIAN  '-J  i.i,  'HI! SOUS .LEASEE.  f iblisliecj in the i a teres( of tbe people  ol Movie and Emt Kootcimy.  F. J. .���s'.VYTlJ.'pwiiusnr.R.  expected that Air. Smith will  move to Vancouver with this  prospect in sight,' so that he  will not rim as a non-resident  candidate.  WATER  NOTfCE.  IIAT1.    CF    SC.-tIsC!:l"-riO.N  Vfi  CHIWOOKERS  ;./ ����.53)33'3��53>S9> 5*53SS3>3'3SSS'i��i<'  (.SiniLs^jumi-ieyvievvO    --  ,6>;z,e Year  $2.00  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2��, 1010.  THE , FERNIE  ELECTION  The expected has happened.  Hon. W. JR.. Rcss Was elected  'in Ferine last  ^Saturday with  ,  "a majority of  249  votes'over  ��� .his opponent, J. W.   Bennett.  , The Liberals' displayed . p-ood  ,. *��� ��� f'  'judgment by not putting 'it  'candidate'in' the 'field. The  'election'of Ross was .certain.  Tlie better eletuont of the Per-  nie riding, regardless of party  affiliation, knew .better than  "to  turn  down   their  member  i. i  'who hac. ' been 'elevated  to  a  cabinet position. ' (\Bennetl'*is  a,good man and aii able man,'  'a scholar and ia" thinker.    , lie -  'is an entirely different type, bft  ^Socialist    than    some  of  his  //'comrades" who by their- utterances    during   the  Fernic  campaign did  more  lo  defeat  ��� him than elect him.  Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V, of  the "Watet 'Act, 1909," to obtain a lie-  pace in the Cranbrook Water District.  {a.) The name, address and occupation of tbe -applicant, Percy Thomas  Haywood, Rancher, Kingsgaie.  (b.) The name of the'*lake, stream  or source ["if unnamed, the description  1-"J .spring ou K. boundary- of pre-emption 1230. , ,  , (c.)   The paint of elivt-i'sion: at the  ,    Don't be .too   flippant.      Lot's       ,/a\ im,��� ���-   '*-..,,      ,      '   ','��� ,  i   j xl (<l.y The quantitv of vviter  applied  wife got  tO_��iesll   aud,see   what   for [in cubic feet per second] one  j happened to~Her.     . , j        (e.) The character of the proposed  1   '   J works; elan,, flume-- ane' ditcb.es. ,  llon'c burn your bridges behind  '     (fl) 'J<iie   i're!!lis^   on  which the  I ^ s���   ;r   .,���      ,���   *     j -   -     i      i     water is to be used [cits-Tibs   Mine] pre'-  | you  if you  intend  coming  back U     Uon  123Q  on \hQ  >>;,   ^ of  ������via aeroplane. , , Moyie River J about' 3  miles   South   of  Cur/.ou. ' ��� ,  '    (g) The,    purpose    for   which   the  water is to be used:   irrigation.  (li.) If 'for irrigation describe tha  laud intended to be inig.it eel, giving  acerage: pre-emption 1230 about , 160  acres. . . , ��        ,    '  ,(]*.),Area of Ciovvn land intended  to be occupied by ,'tho 'proposed works:  none. "  ''"��� , ���        ,  [k.J ThU notice was posted   on the  j 1,5th day of October, 19lb/ iSirt  application-will be luatle to  the  Commissioner  j on the 22nd day of November,  1910. '  ���p. .   ���  l ~      '       o, ��� j  .   * [1.3 Give the names'"f-nrl   acldresses  i'OIt tiALlu���Complpto laundry  of nf,\- ripariai,- proprietors*- or 'licensees  Noi Sisters  I Jn the* lobby of _ tho Not-Yet-  Bat Soon club; Dr. Cook ;to Walter Wellmau���Welcome to our  city.'' ���    i  ,A man who \ never 'makes mistakes of his own and never profits  by the mistakes of others is usually not only a failure, but aiinr  BUSINESS  locals:  Now and again you see two women pass-  ing down the street who look like sisters.  You are astonished to learn that they arc  mother and daughter, and you realise that  n woman at forty or forty-five ought to be  nt her finest and fairest., Why ikn't )t so?  . The gene/al hcelth o/ woman is ��.o ia-  . timately associated with the  local health  of  the   essentially   feminine   organs'   that  there   can   be  no   red cheeks,and  round  farm where there is   female weakness.  Women who   have   suffered   from     '  tbis   trouble   have   found    prompt  relief  and cure   in  the use of  Dr.'i  '      Pieroe*s  Favorite  Vrescroption.     It  gives vigor  and vitality to  the   '  ' organs'of' womanhood.     It  clears   tho ' complexion,   brightens  tho  "   eyes and'xcddsnt tint checks.      - <  No alcohcj; or lint.;;-fbi-min-i. drill's is contained in "Favorite Prescription."  f     Any sis.* women mnv con.-iili   Dr.  fierce by,!ctter, free.    Every-letter is  re.d as sacred.y ccnfioential, rnd   answered   in .1 pUi.i envelope.     Aeldisis-  wend �� I^spui&ary Med.cnl .A..ssoe-i^tion; Dr. I.'.V. Pierce, I'res., Buffalo, N.Y.  .    MOYIE   BEER  As made by tlio present brewer is admittedly the Host !!>,��� ���  Kootenay..   With tho Best Male arid the Purest Spring   Wit"! -1:LSt  unexcelled for quality.    Insist on having Moyie J3ec-r. * ^  Jt <is  f r   . UOTT1..3��    AND   IIUAFI   JHSKB  ;'   MOYIE. BREWING CO,  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  i* i, /  Section 42 ���   \  . It-would seem that the last  visit Dr. Crippen paid ^Canada "was his farewell visit.'  v.'  1 ,  ..'" i1 .  tef  The turkey should eat,  drink*, .and be as 'merry , as  \idssihle, for Monday he dies:  .'���Among die latest articles to  ���-'go up in pric'e_ are 'straw and  brau. Ldok out now for a  boost 'in the price'of breakfast  foods, t        -'   " .   *** ���  i  ��   An   Indiana  fanner - drank  bug   poison   to   kill  typhoid  genus.    Pic killed   them1 'but  ���spoiled a good   farmer  at  the  same time.  outfit ' Also twq1 stoves, a bed  stead and spiing. ' Apply' at this  >l'iice. ( "tl y '" \' ' -  _ .FOR KE.VT���Nicely4 furnished  front room' with stove, ,witli' or  without',board. ��� Apply ,to.Mrs.  Lomer. '  FOK KENT���One "of the best  oottagesin town at $12 a .mouth  Apply to P. J. Suiych.  Mrs. L. Macdonald, Nbrthfe.Tavistock street, is preparer to trim  and ' re'ufodel hats/ 'also 'fur .and  velvet toques'.  t Miss L. Al. Scott, trained nurse  of Il'ifchwell Hospital',' Winnipeg,  ns ready'1 for engagements of any  kind. *'Maternity a specialty,  iloyie.      ,    , '.   ,,,   ���  ' FOR" SALE-A raix roomed  house and outbuildings on a. corner of Tavistock street, overlooking,the )al;c." "' Will consider k  trade in l-6kl estate, Calgary property preferred. Write J. Walters. Oox IS 15, Calgary.     -   c ,  v.ho or vyhos lauds are hlrsjy" to   be  af  feclcd by  the . proposed   vvorks, ' either  above or below thi* outlet:,none,     ���      u  ,,    ^       PERCY T. JfAYXJ'OOD,-'    '  , .1 Kiijgssjate. B." C.  Notica is hereby giveu tl, ac, on  the Hrst day fof December next,  application will be"'made to tho  Superintendent of Provincial p'o-  iice'jFor renewal'qf the hotel licence tossoll liquor by retail iu^ the  hotel known as/ the Xahk Hotel,  sitiiate at Yahlf' in the Province  of llritish Columbia. -  '   Dated 12th Qetobdr, l'OlO.      ',  ''JOIIX E. GIBC'OX.  L.O.-O. F.  ' V I  plVlliley I.ocIi;o No.  4 4.  Meets'Tuesday'avenings ��� iu the"  Miners* Union hall.     Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.'. ��'  N. W. VvnDsrr,       ,F. J. Smyth',  "    ' Noblq,Grand. , - Scsr'y.  ,LIQU0R ACT, 1910  Section 19     ' '  S f  . Notice is hereby given that, on  the first day'pf December, next,  application will' be made' to  the  lIQUOR/ACT, 1910"  '   ' Section 421'=    ,'  ^Notice is hereby given that,' on  the first day of .December next^  application will bo "made ^o the  Suxierintendent of Provincial Polico for^entepal oj tue Jiotel licence  to 'sell'']iquor '"'by retail,,in the  hotel, known  %as "the   Ivootena'y  HI. IJUB.iue IjOcIko Jfu. 37  ���K,,'o'f p.-A;  4./'5f^jXj)- fleets ciyery Thursday  \\'SS^^a/t'V<;UinS'  'in'( McGr"efe?1'  ���J"-^c"   '*' 'hajl at S o'clock.' "yi's.i  . - ^y^^  iting brethren welcomo  . AMiEjiTGn^ f \ ,   [ li: A. JIiLu'  Chancellor 6om.   ' 'K.'R..' &.   V  IEBEA  ^A7",ELL1^:an f  ;,   If you aro siek, sufl'ering. from  any  di.-i>  J  order, we can c��royo'u-p0rmaneilt;,y   $  ' You do   not have;to linger, stiU'ering f..0m J  ft disease,.because we' are  medical specialists  J  with many years' .e'.vpprieneo, treating aud  '���    curing succjessfuljy all men's aiseas'oi.  ,'."'''*      "���'��� '���������'''���  _ aipN EST -, ;��3?i?iEA"TJVI,EV]<IT  , ,    A" surest nd penpanent curoe in all   diseases of ���  [, men-Nervous Weakness; Varicose Veins  - Hydrocele*; Blood   and .' Skin /.Disorders''  Sores,' "Ulcers,',  Kidney,,- Bladder ���  and  "Eectal disorders,'and all ,-s^eci^l   ailments com  mon   to men. ,''���'",   -"       .    �� ' ,   i   y ,'  h.; 9  aijijiiuaiiiui. wiii   un  ixitieio   to  t.uo   "ucoi, Known    as   tue   lvootpnaj-  Superintendent of; Provincial  Po-j Hotel," situate at   il oyie,? in   the  The fact that a manufacturer of Limburger cheese  gave $100,000 to a charitable  cause does not entitle him to  rank a.s a philantropist, but is  a strong indication that he is  man of scents.  8 metal! market./  (. c, .���    i_ r   ,  New,.York���liar" silver, 50 cfes.  Lea"d $4.50.  Lokdon���Lead, ��13  lis 3d  ' , i  -  Stock Q,Liotations.c  ���la-iixisili,!) Br mjALEi   EUWEIA..  Eld Asked  Auroia >>r  Consollilated Pracltcrs '       c d00 75 00  Can. GolilColels    ' i. n  .Vorth Star ' j0  Society Girl         - 2.  C P. R. Time' Table  lice for the  renewal  of a Jiceuce  for the sale of liquor ,by  whole-  1 '- ��� I  sale  in  aud   upon  the  premises  known .as   The   Moyie Brewery  situate at-Moyie, J3. C.,' upon   the  lands deseiibed as Lots  -1 and  a,  (  Block 1, Moyie townsite.  Dated 15th October, 1910. ���  ' MU/ELLER &'HESSE,.;  '.      ,      Applicants.  Province of -British Columbia.  Dated-12th October, 1910.   .   ,?���  ,      McTAVISlI SsOAMEBfoyr.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910:  Section 42 ' ���  Sclktrl: JLoiIr'.:, ,.Ni>.'5G  ,     "A. h\   ii'-A. M.    "���   -  _ .Hegular    meetings  ^ on ' the first Wednesday .   of     each  .      _.    o���" month/ ;���'   "  Visiting brethren welcome   . ' -'  / ���   fl.' Chapman/ W.-Jvl., , "J -  "     , & .W--Purdett.-,'Sec'ritcrv  LIQUOR" ACT, 1910.  '*   .Section 42  :  i * i       *        ^ (  Notiise is herebyigiven- that,a on  the first day \o�� 'Dcceniber nekc,  application will be, made' to tlie  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel] licence to sell liquor by re.tail "in the  hotel known as the' International  Hotel, situate in Moyio, in the  Province of British Columbia.  i   Dated 12th October, 1910."  s     FRANCES L. TAYLOR.  Notice is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next,  application'will be made ���to .the'  Superintendent of .Provincial Police for renewal, of." the. hotel licence, to sell 3iquor*by retail'm the  hotel known as/tho Ce'ntral Hotel,  situatcat Moyie, inc tVe vProvince  of British Columljia. ;;- f -,- '-"��� ','  k; Dated ] 2th Octobor," 1910. , J' '*,  '"���' 'o    k;^1?^011., DBSAULNIER.  '  Westbound  No  313   Local  1:20 p. m.  Nc.  7        Soo-Spokane  Eastbound  ^:5S p. m.  t  No,  3M   Local  2:oSp. m.  No.  S        Soo-Spokone  0:30 p. m'  LIQI/OR ACT, 1910.  Section  42  POSTAL"   PHOTOS.  I make a   specialty' of Postal   Photo  work.   -  Prices, C4J  for 50'cents, or $1\25 a dozen.  MISS FLORA DEAGON.  ^oyie;;cMin"ersJ ' Union  .'"��� :n0.'7i-w7:f. of my   ;���,  ireets,in Miners'' .Union* JTnll' every Saturday evening. .'-Sojourning members are cordially invited  to,attends      -,     ,    ���,;'',   .-'���' '  Jde; McLaren ' _'James Roberts  ��� ,   President.     ',   *       , * Secretary  Harvey,,". McCarter . '&  ;-;, �����'.; Macdonald.'' !vi"  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook,'7:''": ."b^ST  ���   ,' Best "Anatomy,Museum in tlie Northwest  ; ;C9Ns'uLfATiqN/,F3REE  '-��' .   Tf ypu-oa'nnob'come to Spokane for free ccris ulni*ion n  ..^,", write for our, free,boolclet;    -'   ;V  i  ''"'" k'" -f, u aow  1^,:;.'.-' -/cDr. KELLEY'S'MUSELIiVfv   ' .,-  **��� ,y  - 210*Howard;St   ^  ,     . .' "'     / \��POIvANE, Wa.h 5  Cigars-"]. ��� .f;  DKS.vm.XIKK IjlKOS,"' I'oim'. J   iODSCCOS'   , '''���  Lurge   siiniplu' room   in , coiinection j "      '      '  ',' ��� ������'        "  with house for commerciul men. Boat I p|"j|fli*~"  <���� ��1f\  of aocom^notlHtion'. _ , > tiaiUI  * �� '  ' ,  V   lloiidqunrters >lor   Com-    ."    ",  ci*   -' -' ', .  \merciul and -MiniugMen. "   '-,*'  Queens Ay>'     '   '^ '  , '. 'MOYTE  Confectioned  ; ." ���       *' ; 'FROM ,  /"':A/;Br'"Siewarf'  A Winnipeg gold cure institute holds the record for the  prompt cure' tof alcoholism.  A patient was brought to the  establishment dead drunk one  night aud  the next' inornin��  i c*  he w as taken to the nioreue.  A    prisoner    died    in  Kingston     penitcuti.il v  other clay at tlie good old   a  the  the  . ,,(-  of     eighty-three. Ivegukn  hours, plain diet and ictal ab-  stinance from liquor, tobacci  aud con\ ei-batiou an* conductive to longevity  Ralph Smith, member ii  the Dominion house fron  Kamimo, is a busy man these  days. ITe is organizing tin  U.bei.ilpart\ in the province  Most-, likely lie-tt-ill appeal'  some : ot /these days .as the  leader of the opposition. A.-  there is no inside opposition  fto speak of, Mv. Smith 'wit  lead- from the ciutside* at pres;  -'^t, wivh the view ofhckidino  Vancouver ticket in the  - provincial cutest  Coming Events  Canadian National Apple Show,  Vancouver, October 31st to jNo-  I'ember 5th.  National Apple Show, Spokane,  November 14th to 19th.   -  Monday, October Sl&t, will be  Thanksgiving Day in Canada.  The pleasant purgative effect  -xperiencetl by all who us-e Chara-  larlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-  et-, and the healthy condition of  -ho body and mind which they  ���rtsate, makes one foel joyful.  Sold by the Moyie ]}rug & Stationery Co.  iroarsonei-p in a child subject  -.o croup i-j a sure indication of  .ho approach of the dis-ease. If  ���hamberluin's Oovtgh Remedy is  ^iven at once or even after the  croupy cough has appeared, it  ���vil! provent tlie attack. Contains no poison. Sold by the  Moyie Drug A- Stationery Co.  Notice is hereby given that, on  the,first day of December next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the Moyie Hotel,  situate at Moyie, in the Province  of British Columbia.  Dated 12th October. 1910.    ,  PHILIP F. JOnNSTON.  It is in tirno of sudden mibl-ap  u- accident that Chamberlain's  Liniment Can''be relied upon to  lake tho place of the family doctor, who cannot always be found  it the moment.' Then it is that  ahamberlain's Liniment is never  found wanting. In ' case of  ���p'rains, cuts, wounds'and 'bruises  Chamberlain's Liniment takes out  the soreness and drives away Die  . lain. Sold by tho Moyie Ilrug &'  *-  1's 5 'Stationery Co.  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years, ft is made in Nelson  and can be ' bought in nearly  every'mountain town.  At  the Churclie^.  CATHOLIC  C5IUIK-II  Pii'st Fridays. Morning prayer, communion at 0 a. m. .Mas?  and instruction at S:30 a. m.  Rosary, instruction and benediction of the blessed sacrament at  7;30 p. m  Third Sundays. Mass and sermon 10 a. m. Sunday school at  2:30 p. m. Rotary, sermon aud  benediction of the blessed sacia-  mont 7:30 p. m.  METHODIST   CHURCH  Morning service at 11 a. m. Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening sei'  vice, 7,:3Q p. m. A hearty welcome  extended. to all.  ��� - '   '   HEV- .J., W. M1LLER, P��. A.  "'"  . .' (nctsttor) k.  oyie Hpteil'  P.' R JOHNSTON Prop. ���  This hotel is new and well finished.  The   tables   are   supplied   \-.ith the  best the   market 'affords.    The   bar  is   filled   with   the  best   brands  of"  liquors'and cigars.   ' '  Headquarters for  Commercial and Mining Men  Moyie     ...    B. C.  BAKKJSTEit. SOLICITOR, BTC."  CRANBEOQK/ B   c  DS. F. E. MILES,  Penti��t,  0.     -0,0.  ."/;,   DENTIST.",  The'Expert'Crown ��nd  Bridge  �� * '" .���   '    \ 'v>'-'',-" '' -1 "���  ; " ��� Av*vWorker..-"';,' '���" ."'  ^--.Officp'ovcr-'Mr. Short's"' --'  Wall, .   Paper. , ,;Storo   -  /   '     ' i, f        ��� - i   i   -  Armstrong Ave:;       ,Cranbrook  .. Siiamrocki Creamery Bntler  "   -' '^y S&amroclc Leaf Lard  wbiu<  "Cranbrook,  GeorgreH Thompson/  '   Baruisteii.   ^OIJCITOU  NotarV Public, &c.  ClUNBliOOK,      British Columbia  SEND YOUli    WDllK    TO THE  ..KOOTENAY  .'   STEAM   ,  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All White Labor  *..    ''Jf[Shamrock "Hams',  ���" ,,.-,-,. . .' y        '  -��� ,i.r ".- ^'      - .  ,    '���  t'..r *,- *- '���Ir,and  ,.  ������" lipp.erator Bacon  j    (> ���     *. .   .  For sale "by;-all*  first class  grocers and ���  P.BURNS  MOYIE,  hit Ltd  B. 0.  STOP AT TJlE  t.   Joseph's   Convent.  XELSOK.B. C.  xSoiirchng and D,iy School conducted by .Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,  B. C. Commercial and buainera  ciourses a specialti*". Excellence and  swift progrpsu chnracteaize each de-  partnii-nt. 1'arfnts should write for  particulars. One month assurfs the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commi.nce January, April and Sept  I'upils aro admitted during the  term.  W..'K: BE ATT Y      ,   . '  Embalnicr and Undcztitker,  Phone 9. ��� CBaNBROOK  Laavo work with the   local agent  ' A. B. STEWART  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN In, '  -,  CKANBROOE  E. il'. SJUH,, MoiiBBer.  Good rooma, good tables and  bar  _ and first' class sample rooms.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Tki-.MeViU-.c-.C.E.r  LS,    II.   lM'arUr, HE  McVITTIE & PARKER  Pkovincial Land Sobvevijto  RAILWAY   &   MIXIAO    KNGINJ'KRIXfj  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Eox 11.   '  FOR  ���P.'lKSII.Y.TKIilA.N     (JIIUKCIf.  Morning Service 11  a.   m. .Sun-  daj''. school and   Bible class at  2.30  [i.iii.    Evening Service, at  7:M0..p.  ���ni.    A heiu-ty.\vck:o>m| to all.  k  ''{1'iv. C:. A.   HACKNEY, R A.  ���   ���"��� (Pastor)  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such as house  Columi ia Fractional,  Kootenay   I-'rac- I Htf;������'���     i���.             ,     -,  in.     i      i      ,   TJ    ,i      -.-        "ttings,   lamps,  shades or motor  lion.il, Burton I'uii-iifjiuil, Rustlei    1-i.ic-                           # lul  tional,   Daily   1'r.ictioiial,   Jumbo   I-'r.ic-   b,oat Supplies,   spark   plugs,   coils,  Lion.il, Dominion, Mineral claims, situate  .ii the i-'oit Steele   Mining   Dnistoii   of  ICast Kootenay District.  Where Located: On the East   side   of  I,o-.\c.r Mojie Lake.  TAKE NOTICE, that   I,   Sehvcn   O.   lilaylock, Ik M. C, No��� ��� B29762,., acting   T^rp^o^r . 'rpjAjj A1  as Ageut for the Consolidated Mining &   11^ 1 H(Xll>| A 1 l\Jri ALi  If you want anything in tlie  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try  C. A.  THE TAILOR  O F. DESAULNIER.  vk\i i:n iv  rilOMTT DELIVERY.  Q,ueens' A^e.      MOYIE  batteries, go to or write  L  J.  H. RI^GROSE  Stanley St. NELSON "early every thing in   th  Smelting Co., of Canada, Limited, Free-  Miners Certificate No. B29757, intend,  sixtydays from the date hereof, to apply  to the. Mining' Recorder -for Certificates  of Improvements' for the purpose of obtaining Crown ' Griiii.ts of the alioye  claims. '  "' ���"',    '  And further take notice that, action,  under Section 37, must, be commenced  before the. issuance., of su'cli Certificates  <')j;'l'.'i!proveiii..nls. j.     ���  Dated this 2S.ll) day Of''September; A.'  D..  19.10.    ,      '      "      "'..';   ..  ''  HOTEL,  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOR &   BONNER,  r-aoriUE'i'OKS  'Victoria Street. MOYIE  We cany in slock the goods  to nia,kc an up-to-date suit  made in town, or we can get  you  made to your measure. We  have ready-to-wear Campbell's  clothing, tlie best made aud  fitting clothing in Canada.  Underwear, bhirts,   collars,  ties, belts, summer  hats  and  line  of furnishings at reasonable  prices. ' ;���' ���'���.'/ ".,''      ..,���'"'"'  AH our goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  /     BLAIR  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  , OF vSPOKANK,   WASH.  is the best eriuippeil liusiness  college m  it    Special     Ordered    suit   llle   H'��"th��w>l..     Many   Canadian   slii-  dents gr.ulut.ic from   our   college   cicl)  season.     You can I earn  SHORTHAND,  TYPEWRITING,  BOOKKURPING,  COMMERCIAL DAW  and get a gcieial business (raiuincr, I'"'1  we will secure a   position for   \ou   in  .'  Canadian     or     an    American   busim-"..';  house.    Write for our   bcaiitifullj   dllls"  traled catalog.    Scut free upon  i L-r-iiL--.t.  '^  ETO��rc��T-^c^��gTO*asi  BgnramyBTiiJiiuiataa!!  iercnatit iailor  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   C'aiidy,      Fruit and  Confectionery.  TOYS,   NOTIONS ' ETC.  Spnth   Victoria   St


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