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 5ADQUAI";  JOTTV  [fl. WIL  CRANB'  ���*'.?*&--  -��** *  ��� -",^: '*y*y  I'l        | IT.  I  f-'yr*-n  OUk  W. H. WILSOh, _.     '���  ciia:-. BROOK.  *.r  f;  hi no,  MOYIE, B. C. OCTOBER  31-1908.  S2A YEAR  ie Warmest Yet  Is our new improved Beaver heating    -  stove.    It is lined with bricks which,, "  cannot XsQihe] out 'of ' plaoft*' and sits-/*  " close to the fioorWliere it reaches the    ,  cold aiiv - Only* half, the' fuel is , required to* give the same amount  of  heat. ,  -    -��� (   '   ���        ' ' '-     V     ,    -    " -,  JOOK STOVES FROM $1350 tO 45.  GENERAL FLOAT  1  Xl ^ _*.���������*. ___ *t*_���������������������_���_������_���������i _* __���\ ���_���\���__���_  %  t r  Tbe Cmnbroook curlers are getting busy. 'T__   ' '  The Dominion parliament will  will assemble on Wednesday, Jan-  nary 6th.,. , _ ��� I        ,<���  The Elections.  irsj i:o^a���c:os,:   eoiifectibn0ry  f-bijit.'etc.1;/';,   C '"  LELL\BLOCK[.  MOYIE  Bealef&?  Fire,. Life  >mo��> if ���","-''.yy  tOOK ' .;*..,    '  and Accident insurance.  '/".tl  Creeton  lands   last  $59,000.   '  sale   ot, Government  week  realized about  It is said that the C. P. B., tuu-  uel at Field will be completed by  February next. ��       '  ��� The ��� ^'Egg-O S*e" Breakfast  food ' Company at Battle Creek,  Mich, is in the hands of a receiver.'  ,_.' A pint of champagne should be  the limit' for a , lady, *' declares   a  New York expert on such matters.  i             ii         . i, t i  ,    -.      ,   , i   On tha 20fch of the month 007.  chinamen left Victoria for China  for the approaching ' New v,Year  holidays,   '���.>'-','"''        '   ' '    ���  The best of feeling prevailed in  Moyie on Election -,d*y. The reports were received: ia the even-  ," f-' * -' ,  ing at both the liberal and Conservative coau&t&&7 rooms', and  both were weH cirowdiad with people anxiouff .to gat tbe results.  The general eesulte were of course  gratifying to the Liberals, but on  the other hand? the Conservatives  had ample reason for rejoicing  over the victory' they won so far  as British Columbia was concerned. '~ ;. '      v ,,  The following'' iky the present  standing by provinces: '  , Nelson's hockey' team,- will' go  after the Stauley cup this" winter.  o* (    t  Probably Itoyie's team  will also  make a fight for tt. ,'-.;' ,  -The notices aunouncing*"Wm.  D&yidson's" meetings were ' not  printed in'the district in wh'ch  the candidate is seeking election  Prince Edward l��l��.��d  New Bruuswick _'..  Nov* ScolU,  <fcot-lt.ec _  Ontario  -*?%,-  rjb.  A 3  _ 11  _. M  39  Manitoba _..:J.  Ji...'.:.-A< 3,  Albert* . r............. J......   4 ,  Su.k&tchewau .:...'.'_.,...'��� :....'... ��� 8  BitUih Columbia _ A.......   2  135.  Con.  1  2  (j  11   '  Iii  7    ,  3     ,  I  3  81  'Parisiai^GR^MERY;BUTTEU-in; '.' 7.^  |Bricks77;.7pi4a^J'28W;Bo^s  ���"  -7'-   A " v\.-      -**��� ^ ;      v     *  ���-      �� >'  < >-      ,1      1     '  )NE 'BETi;ER''MAj5i5.' 'I'FyLt',SUPPLY AT, '' \  ' '-*' . ��� "J 7" '*'      -'-" '���" l*    ''   " '       ' '  COME AND SEE US  REGARDING "PRICES  %2g2^S2S2X&\W?^^^~  99  ' Wb^t-about   that pair pi  rubbers?..   '  .  Conie and get   a good  pair at "t^e*  [pyie Co-Operative^Association, Ltd  ; L��lv�� your^.next order for' groceries     -  ' ��yitlx.��LS, and it willj-receiye  prompt  . ���       ,     ' �� -    * <���  attention.] ���*,',. -'  tNION M.maa   - -   UNION GOODS'  lb has /been one hundred .yeirs  since Webster's-dictionary was  compiled. /Webster pub 'iu 30  years of his life on the'work.  ' G.,,Ovljuchanau," lead-bounty  commisioner .in the galena ;belt,'  estimates' that' $80,000,, has ^'been  earned ih -bounties duriug the  last three months.'   ',       ,*-���'.��,  7 James Cronin,has bought some-  property on'First avenue in Spo-  kanei for .which 'he-p'ftid* $32,000.'  Ho will erect ,two^buildmg* which  will cost him $125,000/ '     ('   ' '  ."'Two 'whaling.- steamers *oif- the  west coast of yancouver. island  took over 600 whales'-during the  summer. This is a world's record.  J. Attwood, of Moyie ^is a -stockholder in the company.;  E   "   " MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL.. " 5*  Hotel Kootenay  Thebestof^ocommodations |  for tba toyfiliog Public. ^  [^ree aud GapfiXxUW Sample JIoodis. ' Billiard Booms. i  fiSoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. *  53HSB2  lyil.-lH"  HAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW is heavy  tents. We've got the goods to make a man warm, and  Ihim warm.    20th   CENTURY CLOTHING m  itest cu4s.    Fine  Overcoats and  Vests.    Stantield s  all wool Underwear.  CB 11A AND GET A COMPLETE FIT <>UT-  ff  ft is ��p to every person living  in Moyie to give the Aurora mine  every possible assistance. Did it  ever occur to you what the Aurora will mean to Moyie when it  reaches 4&e shipping^ stage of its  development? If you cannot do  anytliing .bptter^ put in a good  word1 for it.  In three different exchanges we  picked up this wgek there were  accounts of the reorganisation of  the boards of trade" in each of the  towns represented This goes to  show that there -are other - towns  b2si4e�� Moyie where the' people  are negligent as to their board  of ��rad&  Another .Change.  After tommorrow there will be  another change at the St. Eugene  boarding house on the bill. Patrick Welch is throwing up the  position, g.nsj\ he will be succeeded  by Wm. M'cKelvey. ,  Presbyterian Church.  Service on Sunday evening at  7:30. Addressed by the pastor,  Rev. Tbos. Paten. Mr. T. Sowerbutts will sing. All are cordially  invited to attend.  THE   FURNISHER.  BE-   'if -> .new.- n   Imperial Bank of Canada.  ~1   $10,000,000.  ........���..^1,925,000.  ___������--���4,925.000.  I      Capital Authorized--.-.--.-'  Capital paid up���  Rest���-��� -  Savings bfmk department.  Interest allowed on deposits from  date   of   deposits   and  Bredited quarterly.  JRANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F, M. PINIKHAM, Manager.        3  Take notice that I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police after Thirty days  from the first publication of this  notice for a renewal of my licence  to sell intoxicating liquors by-retail on the premises kno��7n.-$s the  Yahk Hotel in Yahk, B. O.  October 20th, 190S.     -  Jas. E. Gibbon.  -It is reported that Mr. -.W. JV.  B. Mclnuis may j yet sit in the  ���� ouse of Commons, for'a 'western  constituency, the information be-  irig'that overtures have already  been made to him-by ;prominent  Liberals ia the Yukon that' he accept the nomination there. The  election in the Yukon will'not- be  held till January so there,yefc remains plenty of time for' Mcfnues  to conduct a campaign in that constituency.  *      _      " \ r'   '\  ' The latest returns .give Rdph.  Smith, the LiberaKcandidate- in  Nanaimo a plurality of j.202 over  Hawthornthwaite, Socialisb_,jmd  190 over, Shepherd,7 Conservative.  The figures are; Smith? -1522,,Shepherd 1320, Hawthofnthwaite 1320.  - - A��>Macleod,- Johii^^ Heron,- Con-  secvative, is elected. ���.*-��� -i"   ���  ''  ,  v, There" will be. another', big Con-  servative, meeting, (id;, Moyie between now and election' dayl   '   -  ,j" "Sifton m Brandon had a^cmajor-  i ty ofonIy;7 l^otes -6 ver'D jly.r - C  "."Premier McBcideis,in Kelson to-,  day and-will-'arrange - to- address  several'mertings-before election.'  - John Oliver, M�� P. P.,''and W. C.  Wells are addressing meetings in  the Kootenays in the interest, of  Smith Curtis.  *��� ' "  ' Ralph Smith ,of <Jfanaimo and  J, A. Macdonald of , Rossland are  ezpeeted in Moyie shortly in the  wteresfc of theLtiberai cause.  George H." Cowan% was elected  in Vancouver over Mr. W. B. Mc-  Innes by a plurality of 1.524  votes, Joseph Martin loses his deposit!, since he failed to poll' half  the. winning candidate's vote.  Mr. Kingsley is in the ��$ty9 category.  ��� The election by acclamation <��� of  William Sloan in Comox-Atlin,  came as a surprise. While it  was admitted that , Sloan's  chances of election were the beat  of any Liberal in B. C, it was  thought that his defeat could be  secured if a man sufficiently  strong were placed in nomination against him. This m��i* was  thought to be John Houston, a  former conservative and more  latterly an independent. The  conservative organization were  assured that Houston, would contest the seat as independent conservative and for. that reason  were prepared to lend him #very  assistance.  Besgeron, the man who toured  the west with Borden and who  spoke in Cranbrook was beaten in  Beacharnois,  Quebec.  Timber Contract.  MRS. W. C, OLIVER.  PARLOR .'MILLINERY. 7  Latest Styles of Hats,  Residence, Queens Ave. contract:  Roy Clothier and Dave Angus  have a contract for takingjout 00,-  000 props for the Crow's Nest Coal  company to be used-in the mines  at Coal Creek; Michel and Morrissey. Camps will be established  near Aidridge at ouce, and the  props will be taken: out in that  vicinity. The 60,000 props will  mean approximately 160 carloads,  and it will require almost six  months in which to complete the  .'.-'���.. "' '* ;      ..   '..--    v..  I        LOCAL ASSAYS |  "Billy** Smith is bu^k from his  Alberta farm.  One week from Monday will bt>"  Thanksgiving Day. o    ,  Miss Clothier is here from California on a vi��H with her brother,"  Roy. ,     ,  Methodist church anniversary  services will be held on Nov, I5th  and 15th. ,     . ,  ., The buildiag of McEaehern &  Macdonald's , new warehouse is  well under way.  A, C. Nelson, assessor, of Cranbrook, was in Moyie during tbe  week on 'business in connection'  with his office. , ' L   ' >  t The'family of Bert Lan9_ arrived this week from Pheonix.  Mr. Lane is in charge of P. Burns,  meat market here. '    '. -'  i. i  Young Men's Bible class 0Sunt  day morning at 11 "o'clock,,,in,-the  Methodist church.;' All young  men are invited..     <      ,     '     1  WANTED���Two first class, carpenters, at once. Apply to Cal-  derBros.'   '-    - y   '  (VThe'-'Woman with the 'Broom4'  wiJI be the subject atc the .Methodist church Sunday Evening.  Strangers ' welcome. Sev. R. <-E.  Collis B. A. .pastor.  R; Campbell is putting, a furnace" in his.'building tb furnish heat  for both his store and resilience.  E.' H. Patmore of Cranbrook will  install' it, ���,     ' ,  '  .  ;Wm., Davidson, the Socialist  candidate, and J. II. Hawthorn th-  waite, of, Nauaimo,' will address  the electors of'-Moyie next 'Saturday evening, November 7th.    ���-    .  " i *-      ��� ��� . . i     i', , <y ���-   ''r  Geo, Reed isr.now eaidto loe in  Pioche, Nev. "Some time ago Geo:  was"' reported to have died in  Idaho. '_ He; owns some property  in Moyie, and once lived here.,,  .Tlie diamond drill-outfit have  completed- 'their contract1 atrthe  St.'Eugene.", -7 ,.,     v   v; '  Catholic concert on Wednesday,  November 11th. 'Don't forget the  the date.* ���    '  Don't fail to buy a ticket for  the Scotch Entertainment Monday night aud help the. Moyie  Hockey Club along,    ���  Geo.LWormington, employed at  Brenton's logging camp, near Aidridge, was injured quite severely  this morning by a falling tree.  .- Mrs. Watson, wife of Peter  Watson, the shoemaker, arrived  in Moyie this week from Scotland, and was accompanied by  her daughter. '  ' A meeting of the shareholders  of the Moyie Co-Operative as-  will be ba held in the Miners'  Utiion IJall an Monday the 9 th  Nov. 7:30 P. M. All members are  requested to attend.  This week Cha?. A. MacKay  forwarded $10.25 to J. R. Sey-  more, provincial secretary of the  Lord's. Day Alliance, as the  amount in full collected in Moyie  to go towards a fund for the better preservation of the S ibbath.  -'J  >*���   . f ]  ���   I  '     'V   '  ���    i      -  Call' in  and    see   our stock  of  Stoves an<i Kamres.    We  have  a  ij ' I    "->     :  fine line for wood or coal    rang-  ing in,price froxn $3.00 up.  rv .  MacEacherh & Macdonald  .Trail, Smelter..  METAL* MARKET.  By a change of' policy .decided  on some time ago and after a  year's work the Trail"smelter has  broken^iuto the rank oft British  Columbia's big copper smelters.  To attain this end 10 mines. in thel  Phoenix camp, adjaeent to.tbe  properties of the Granby, have  been purchased and on Saturday  last made their-second shipmeub  to the oldest working smelter of  the province���Trail.   '��� ,  .To accommodate the additional  copper pre the Consolidated company, owning   the   Trail   smelter  and.many mines,'blew in the big-  Kest copper    f uruaoe   in \ Canada  two weeks ago, 7 and* ib   is now  working' successfully..  The building of the big furnace* and the acquisition"    of * the   10 boundary  claims, grouped and,.renamed the  Phoenix-Amalgamated, represents  the indorsation by the Trail peo-1  New York���Bar silver, 52, cts*.  Lead $4.75. Copper^ 13 cts.'  London���Lead, ��13, 6s 4d  Hockey  Team.  Moyie jvill" have   one ;of  the, '*'  craek hockey teams of the Koote- ���  nays    thi3  coming    winter.   The    -  players are herej mju   who  h*va  made reputations in other places, r  and they promise to give a   goud  account,of themselves.    One thing .r,  in their favor is the!fact ,that they *''-*'"  will have  one  of   the , very ��� beat    .  riuksintha country  to   work.ou.   '  Recently a hockey .team   was - or-   '  ganized with the following officer--*7  SrG. lUayloclc���Pres. and 'M;jr. ���-'  ,  C. A, .Foote���Vice-Pres. \      >"   -  H. Gamble���Treasurer...,    <  E. O.' Kamm���Secretary,  John Donahue���Captain, *-  It will be.known as the St. Eu-  Machinery is Here.  After some little delay  er and compressor for the Aurora  mine arrived this week from Phoenix. It has beeu unloaded from  the car and will be taken across  the lake on a raft to the property,  which lies immediately opposite  the town. The boiler is 00 h. p.  and is of the locomotive type, and  the compressor is of five drill  capacity. Thete will be no time  lost in getting the machinery installed, and the starting of the  lower tunnel.. The Aurora promises to be on the shippinig list  very shortly.  Over The 'Phone.  T  "Hello!" /  "Hello!"  "Are you No. 46281?"  "Ah, gwan! What do  think I am���an automobile  box-car?"       ,  you  or a  pie of the principle that copper ^ H��ckey Club,  ore to be treated successfully |. Tiie concert by the Scotch High  must be treated" in large quantities, ,and signalizes the company's  serious .invasion of the copper  smelting field." The step represented by the iate'developments is  possibly the most important since  b\ Augustus Heinze pursued his  meteoric career across the mining  sky of British Columbia and built  the first copper furnace at Trail  for the smelting of Rossland ores,  in 1896. '      * -  Scotch Entertainers.  On Monday evening next the  Scotch Highlander Entertainers  will appear at Morley hall under  the auspices of the St. Eugene  Hockey Club. The company consists of Miss Taylor, soprano;  Miss Hurlbut, violinist; Miss  Strang, contralto; Miss Trine, accompanist; Mr. Archie Strang,  tenor; Miss Gertrude Webster  Dickinson, elocutionist, and Dan  H. McDouald, piper and dancer.  The show will be the best that  has beeu iu Moyie for a long time,  and stauding room should be at a  premium. Tickets will be $1 for  adults and 50 cents for children,  and the tickets wi)l be good for  any part of tup hall. There will  be no reserved seats.  Bister Lodges.  If the present plans are carried  out it will be a matter of only a  short time until there will be lodges iu Moyie of both the llebekahs  and the Rathbone Sister*.  Long- Enough,  Politician���We-, will carry the  country this fall.  Couscicueut���I hope so. The  country has been supporting you  fellows'long'enough.  Comfortably furnished rooir,  heated. Over Long's shoemaker.  shop.  lander Entertainers in Morley h&H  next Monday evening,,'in aid of  this club, shouldj be attended   by  everyone ln Moyie, so as  to ^swell  the receipts'as large as possible.  At Moyie  School.  -;:>/:'ii  "*      **'-. i ��,*" B  ������-      (               ' i          >*    *' *~fr ���  '\          T     ��,'�����  , :���'  r y'i  i *  *"  '<; ' ^'n n  V        -V    r, 'v--,|j  1" ,'j ' -J. .1  ��� *''* r, ' m  ,           - v <���. !.*"- m  ,   iitf 7,11  '  '-1-1/, yyfm  ,   1 1 ���*���;'���* A'f.g  ,* l i. -.      J       % Br.  '-1  r    ,    -  I'-jfo ' f^-aBf  ���  -'i','" ' ���>"5'wB  " -.    "^^tl#|  ..'���&'.(&��  ���v-.f-.    ji-ViiB  r*., ^ 1, j   li  'i'i      1 **sr.��*  ���     .   *,         ,'-i' ,i @  '-���h*'' i^i  ���h r'l, ,?** '.   -��� *!"*|B  '^, "it-  . :v ���  - ii    ��  ������'���i��L  Tie- <;  -*.ra  ���    7"'^,  "A/A  -i    <>>V'  'ym  't,   ,      'w**-~ v,  .. " it,  r,                ,1     . ,J.  ,   ���       1  '  f-'Bt  1                                          . T<  m  ' x'M  ^A^    ,  '       'tJi.il     !'  am  AD  ���mm  '            'Ir   ?ir?           >  ''���-"-dISH  - ��� -j*     ',-'-*aH  ** -- ^lm  ���   ^-'77 7^fl  -    , Vj ,1    ���  iM.-l'SlI  -'���iXii ��� m-'M  , k 1*�� , -i-^ cV'^IH  -   . '*    -             "V-   'l.^lffl  ,.s - ���.*!?��.., ~. Ki  " ' ' A��* ii:Sm  -       V ,-rf,     *; v|B  ji11   tj            > KbI  >7*"t                'V'^Hl  f   w  j                   y kbI  $\y           .1, n"H|  'yr     ,v-H  -��� <'*. ,'i   " ff5'!!  '  ��� '" * fl*fl  "A program consisting of song",  choruses, recitations and character sketches will ba presented by  the pupils of the Public school  on Friday, Nov. Oth'.at 2 p. m. iu  the school building. A cjrdiil,.  invitation is extended to all parents and friends to be present...  Refreshments will bo served- '  7J  - i-  Court of Revision.  ��  * ��� 1  The last number of the British  Columbia Gazette coutains notices of revision of voters' lists  for the various ridiugs on Nov. 2  at 10 a. m. Among these are included, [the Cranbrook district,  in which Moyie is situated.  A Resolution.  Whereas. Through an nnfor-  tuuate accident m the mine-*, our  esteemed brother, Alfred Liljeu-  berg, lost his life, ou the morning  of October  9th.  Resolved. By Moyie Mine's'  Union, No. 71, W. F. M., that we  tender our sympathy to his relatives in their bereavement.  Resolved That, as a mark of  respect towards the deceased, wo  drape our charter in mourning,  for a period of thirty days.  Further Resolved, That , a  copy of these resolutions ba  spread on the minutes of our  tneeting, copies be sent to the  relatives, and copies be sent to  the Miners' Magazine, and to the '  local press for publication.  WADE   DAVIDSON  TIM CARLSON  T. E. KELLY.  October 10, 1G0S. 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ister   is   gougin' . into .the
bowels ol*  Anvil  creek nil
las-t summer,   we don't really get the fresh grub habit fastened
on" us  none.   ' Vou   see,   t/ie  gamblers
downtown  cop  out  the  few nigs  an',
preen   vegetables   thut   stray   off   the
ships, so they never get out as far as
the creek none, except maybe in the'
shape of anecdotes. .- ' „
"We don't 'get Intimate will) no nu-(
trim'ents except hog boosum an' brown
-beans, of which luxuries we have unstinted measure, an', beln' as this is
our third year in the country, we hanker for bony fido grub somethln' scan-
'Jous1. Yes/raa'iim. Ihree years with-'
out a'taste of fresh fruit nor meat nor
nuthiir except po,k an' beans. Why,
I've et bacon till my immortal soul has
jjroweil a rind.      ' '
"When lt comes time lo close down
the' claim,'the boy is sick with the fever,' an'-the only ship in-port, is a Point
Barrow w;ha)er, bound * for Seattle.
Alter I book our passage I   fin$, tliey
, have nothln' aboard to fat except canned salmon, it beln' the (.-nd of a two
years' cruise, so when 1 'land hi the
States after .seventeen days of a fish
diet 1-am'what you might call sated
with canned grub and have added
salmon to the list of,things coucernhi'
which I am goin' to economize.
"'Soon's ever 1 get the boy into a,
hospital X gallop !up#|to the best resta-
rawntin town im' prepuce for thc
huge potlatch.   This here, I,determine..
' i.3 to 'be a gormiindizrn' jag which shall
live in hist'ry an; wharof in later years
the natives of Tuget sound slirill speak
with bated breath.-
'Too late for one an' too fur south
[ for the other*' Dextry interposed.
1 "We'll see the sun further north,
| though."
"Have you ever beard the real origin
! of the northern lights?" the 3-ouug man
Inquired. , ■
••Naturally,' 1 never have," she answered."
"Well, here it is. 1 have It from
the lips pf a great hunter of the
Tananas. lie told it to me when I was
sick once in his cabin, and inasmuch
as he is a wise Indian and has -a
reputation for truth I have no doubt
that it is scrupulously correct
"In the very ■ old days, before tlie
'white man or corned beef had invaded
this land, the greatest tribe in' all the
north was the Tananas, The bravest
hunter of these was' Itika, the second
chief. lie could follow a moose till It
fell exhausted in the snow, and he had
many belts made from the claws of the
hrown bear, which is deadly wicked
arid, as every one knows, inhabited by,
the spirits of 'yabla men,', or devils. ,
"One 'winter a terrible famine settled
over the, Tanaua valley. The moose
departed from the gulches, and the caribou melted from the hills like mist
The dogs grew, gaunt aud'howled ajl
night, the babies cried, thevwomen be-'
came hollow eyed and peevish.     '
■"Then Jt was that Itika decided h>
go hunting over the sr.iv. tooth range
which fonr/od the edge gf. the' world.
They trloil to dissuade%lilm, saying It
was certain death because a pack of
monstrous white wolves taller than th'e
moose and swifter than the eagle WAS
known to range these mountains, ruu-
nLng madly in phase. Always on clear,
cold nights could bo seen the.flashing'
of tho moonbeams from thc-ic' glpiim-
Ing, hungry sides, and, although many
hunters had crossed the passes, ln other
years, thoy'never returned, 'for the pack
slew them. •'  ' »! ,       ■   .,.
' "Nothing could-deter Itika,'however,
so he threaded his way up through" the
range and, night corning, burrowed intot
a delft to sleep ,in his caribou" skia.
Peering out hjto the darkness, he sa,v
the  flashing  lights  fl ' thousand   times
"KirsM call for ?.1 worth of pork an 1 briffIlter 'th'an ev£r before. ' The whole
bean'san', then a full gr-oivu platter of Ueavcns ,wel-e '.ablaze with shifting
'canned salmon.    When the waiter Jays    str<,2JUCrs tjjat raced'and writhed back
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"em out In- front, of me,  I  look  them
-   vittles coldly in their disgustiu', visages
un' say in sarcastic accents:
" " 'Set there, d—: you, 'an' watch me
eat real grub,' which I proceed to do,
cleanin',, the menu from soda to hock.
When  I have done my'worst,  I .pile
bones-an' olive'seeds  au'.pcelin's all
"■■over   tliem   articles   of   nourishment,*
. stick toothpicks ,iuto  'era,' an',  havin'
offered 'em,.what other.indignities occur to'me,,I leave the place."    ,
Dextry   and   the   girl   were   leaning
over the stern rail, chatting idly in the
darkness.   It was the second night out,
and the ship fcry"dead' in, the ice pack.'
All about1 there was a flat,'floe clo'gged
sea,  leprous and'mottled in  thc,deep
twilight that miduight brought in this
latitude. -They had, threaded into the
ice   Deld as  long; as the light lasted,
^ follow frig the lanes'of blue water till
' they closed, then drifting idly till qth-
--■ers appeared; warming out into leagues
f of   open *,Ssea,  again  creeping  into'the
',   shifUng  labyrinth   till 'darkness* ren*
, duved progress perilous.
\ ,   Occasionally "they had'passed, herds
of   walrus  huddled  sociably  upon   ice
pans, their'wet hides glistening in Lhe
-KimligliL    The air* had been clear and
', pleasant,   while away  on ,all  quarters
:-   they*had seen the smoke of other ships
toiling through the barrier. The spring
fleet was knocking at the door of the
fro I den uorlh. • -
Chafing at her imprisonment, the girl
had asked the old m,an" to,take ber out
, an deck under tbe shelter of. darkness;
then she had led him to speak of his
own  past experiences  and of  Gleuls-
ter's, which he had done freely.'. She
was frankly curious about them, and
ni"» wondered at tnoir apparent lack of
•stercst.in  her owu identity  aud  her
-secret  mission.     She' even   construed
their silence as indifference, not realizing that these northrneu were offering
her the truest evidence of camaraderie.
The  frontier is capable of no  finer
compliment  than   this  tiller disregard
of one's folded pages.   Jt betokens that
highest faith in one's fellow man, tho j
belief that he should be measured by
his present deeds, not by his past    It
says,  translated:  "This  is  God's, free
country, where a man is a man, nothing more.    Our land is new and pure,
our faces are to the front   If you have
been  square,   so   much  the  better;  if
not, leave behind the tiints of artificial
things  and  start  again   on 'the  level.
That's all."
It had happened, therefore, that,
since the men had asked her no questions, she had allowed* the hours to
pass and still hesitated to explain further than she had explained to Captain
Stephens, it was much easier to let
things continue as tliey were, aud
there was, after nil, so little that bhe
was at liberty to tell them.
ln the short time since meeting them
the girl hail.grown to like Dextry, with
his blunt chivalry and boj ish. whimsical  philosophy,  but she avoided  Glen-
istu'r,  feeliii;: a  shrinking,  hidden  terror of him, ever* -since her eavesdropping  or  the  previous   night     At   the
memory of that .scene .she grew hot,
then cold-hot with  anger,  icy  at the
sinister   power   and   smx-ness   which
.'ad Aibruted in his voice.    What kind
f  life  amis  she entering where  men
Ipoke or strange women with this as-
urunce aud hintedtlnis of ownership?
That ,he   was   handsome   and   unconscious -of   it   she   acknowledged,   and
had   she met him  in' her accustomed
circle  of friends,  garbed   in  the  conventionalities, she would perhaps have
thought of him "as a striking man, vigorous and intelligent but here he seemed naturally to lake'-0rr the attributes
of  his  Surroundings;'acquiring  a  pic- |
turesque negligee of dress and morals '
,red,  . elemental,
chilling .'potentialities. While with
him—and he had sought her repeatedly that day—she was uneasily aware
of his strong personality tugging at
her; aware of the unbridled passionate flood of a nature un brooking of
delay and heedless of denial. This it
was that antagonized her and set her
every mental sinew in rigid reisistance.
'During. Dextry*s garrulous ramblings
Glenister emerged from the darkness
and silently took his place beside her
against the rail.
"What portent do you see that makes
you stare into the night so anxiously?"
he inquired.
"I   am   wishing   for  a  sight of  the
and,forth Jn wild revel. Listening, he
beard the hiss and whine of dry snow
under the'feet of tha pack and a dia-
tanf-nolee as'of'rushing winds, -although the airwas deathly still.
"With daylight he proceeded throngh
the range till he came out above a
magnificent valley. Descending the
•lope, he entered a forest of towering
■prucef* while on' all sides the' snow
was trampled with tracks as wide as
a snowshoe.'" There- came to him a
noise which as he prot'ceded' Increased
till it filled the woods. It was a frightful din, as' though ,a* thousand wolves
were howling with the madness of the
kill: Cautiously creeping nearer, ,he-
found a monstrous white animal struggling beneatli a spruce which hafi fallen
upon it in such fashion as to pinion ,it
'securely. ' *■    -v
"All brave men are tender hearted,
«o Itlka_,set lo work, with his ax and
cleared away the burden, regardless of
the peril to' himself,. When hej had
released_. it tbe"'h(-ast arose, and. Instead of« running away, .addressed^ lihu
in the'most polite and'polished Indian,
without a trace of accent ,        7
"'Vou   have  saved   my .life.     Now,
what can I do for* you?'    ° ,
" T want to hunt in this valley. ' My
I people   are   starving,'   said   Itika,   at
which   the  wolf  was  greatly   pleased
and rounded up the rest of the pack
to help in the kill.'
"Ahvaj-s thereafter when Itika came
to the valley of the Yukon the 'giant
drove hunted with him. To this day
they run through the' mountains on
cold, clear night in a multitude, while
the light of the moon dickers from
their while sides, Hashing up into the
sky in weird, fantastic figures. Some
people call;it northern lights," but old
Isaac assured mo earnestly, toothlessly arid with the light of ancient truth
as I lay snow blindvin his lodge that
it is nothing more remarkable than
the spirit of Itika and the great white
"What  a   queer   legend!"   she' said.
"There must be many of them in this
country.     I   feel   that   I   am   going  to
.like the north." -    ,
"Perhaps, you will," Glenister replied, "although it is not a woman's
land." ' "  '
. "Tell me what led you out here in
the first place. You are an eastern
man. You have had advantages,.education,' and yet }"ou choose this. You
.must love the north."
"Indeed I do! It calls to a fellow'
in some strange way that a gentler
country never could. When once you
have lived the long. lazy June days
that never end and heard geese honking under a warm, sunlit midnight, or
when once you've hit the trail on a
winter morning so sharp aud clear
that the air stings your lungs and the
whole white, silent world glistens like
a Jewel; yes, and when you've seen the
dogs romping in harness till the sied
runners ring and the distant mountain
ranges come out like beautiful carvings, so close' you can rer-ch them—
well, there's something in it that
brings you back—that's all, no maiier
where you've lost yourself. It means
health and equality and unrestraint
That's what I like bo<-t I dare sio-—
the utter unrestraint.
"When I was .1 schoolboy, I used to
gaze at the map of.Alaska for hours.'
I*d  lose myself in  It    It."wasn't anything but  a  big,  blank  corner-in   the
north  then,  with  ia  name  and. mountains and  mystery.    The word Yjtikon
■ suggested to me everything' unknown
and   weird—hiiiry   mastodons,   golden
river bars, savage  Indians with  bone
arrowheads    and     sealskin    trousers. ,
When I left college. I'e.-ime as fast us
ever 1 could—the adventure. I suppose.
•"The law' was considered uiy destiny.
How   the   .shades   of  old   Choate   arid
Webster and Patrick Henry must have
.wailed   when   I   forswore   it.'     I'll   bet
Blackstone tore his whiskers."
"J think you would Imve made a success," said-the girl, but lie laughed.
'•Well,'any now, I stepped out, leaving the way to .the L'Jiited States supreme bench unobstrticled, and came
north.- I-found, it was'where I belonged. I fitted in. I'm not contented—
don't think that. I'm ambitious, but I
prefer these surroundings to the others—that's all. I'm realizing my de-.
sires. I've made a fortune. Now I'll
[ *.*(* what else the world has."
He   suddenly   turned   to   her.     "See '
lieie," he abruptly questioned, "what's
your name?"
She started and glanced toward
where Dextry had stood, only to find
that the old frontiersman had slipped
away during the tale.
"Helen Chester," she replied.
"Helen Chester," he repeated musingly. "What a pretty name! It
seems almost a pity to change it-to
marry, as you will."   '
"I am not going to Nome to get married."
He glanced at her quickly. -   .    r
.."Then  you   wo^i't like this country
You  are  two  years   too  early.     You
ought to wait till there are, railroads
and telephones and tables d'hote and
chaperons."   It's a man's country yet",
"I don't see why it isn't a woman's
country   too.    Surely  we can' take,'a*
part in tiitriing it   Yonder on the Oregon is a complete railroad, which will
be running from the coast lo the mines
in, a few weeks.    Another'ship-back t
there has the wire and poles and fixings for'a telephone system/which 'will
go up in a night, As to tables' d'hote,;
P'saw a rciri French count iu'Seattle
with a riionocle.    He's  bringing in a
restaurant-outfit, Imported snails "'and,
pates do foie gras.   All that's -ranting
is the chaperon.   In my,'flight* from the'"
Ohio I left mine.    The sailors,caught
her.' ;Yoh see, I am nott far .ahead of
'/?;Wh'at par*-arc you going'to take lu-
thfs tamiiig process?" Jie qsked. - ,
f'She poused^loug before replying„and
when she did her apsv,cr sounded like
1* Jost*  '".''. <    *      . ,   'J , , ' '
ViVj   herald-, tbe, coining of ,the  law,"
she . nid. ,-
I "The law! BiibJ Red.tnpo. a 'dead
language and'a-jlforde of shysters!- 'I'm
afraid "of. hi w in this. land.' ^Ve're.too
'new'and too far away'from things. II
puts t.oo. much power in" too few "hands'",
Heretofore we men up/here have bar]
recourse to 'our' courage' arji] our Colts,
but .wo'l^have'-to unbutkle thorn both
when 'the,law comes.' J 'like the court
that hasn't nriy appeal." .He laid hand
upon his hip. , il. _ ." ,-,',
-"'The Colts may,go,-but'!the courage
never wlJlj" she broke lnv - ' "., j
'Terhaps. But rve"hea'rd rumors already of a°plot to prostitute the,'law
Inr Urialaskawa man warned Dextry.''
jvith' terror, in his cye.to beware of It;
that beneath tlie cloak of justice was a
drawn dagger., whetted for'us fellows
who, own the rich diggings. 1 don't
think there's auy truth in it, .but ydu
can't'tell."'- ' ,    ,      . ■   '■
"'-'The, law r is the foundation., There
can't be any progress without ,lf
There is nothing here now* fogt di.o,-
Taer."     ,' '      ,      '
- , ... ft"        * 1    ■
,   "There  isn't  half the  disorder -yon
think' there   Is.     There   weren't' auy
crimes in; this country till  tlie tepder-
feet arrived..   We didn't know".what 8 '
thief  was.'    If you  came to a  cabin,,
you walked in without knocking., - Thp
owner filled'up the coffeei)pt<ariil sliced
Into the bacop; then'when' lie'd started
your meal  he shook bauds :}iid .a'sked
your'naipe.     It' was 'just  the- same'
whether his cache was full or whether
he'd p'acked.his   few. pouads  of  food''
200 milesiou bis,back. uThat-'was hospitality.to rnake'your southern .article
look   pretty-small.   .If _"there (was,".no
"one at hotne, you" ate wliat'you jieeile'il.
There was but one unpardoriable breach'.
AND   ZAM'BUK     Th.  Experience of a Visitor In a  Lu
Survey Out From Fort William Takes
This. Wonderful   Baim.
Survey Out From' Fo.t W.llijm Takes
This   Wonderful   Balm.
Zam-Buk,   tlie   favour,-    ]iuurehold
balm,   is,  now.adopic-il  ai  "Die  A*'
tor"   bv leading  prutu- ''.  surveying
various parts of. the nonunion l"'"1*;
.  Mr. Henrv Hall, win iris hoin J-oit
William,  iayb:—"H.iv.ng proved how
beneficial, Zam-Buk  is   m     "-^^'a    0l
cuts,   skili   injuries,    »"-•  diseases,   I
determined, lo keep a -upplv  handy.
Being  engaged to j,'" •"•  a Ktrivcy  I
thought,   it   would   be   a   mo-4  useful
tiring   tol take, -ilontr.    I' (>I>Uincd   a
supply in Fort William, and very well
it was I' did so,   J may say Uiat pretty nearly every day.it was called into
lequifcition   by   one' or   other   of   the
party   for; cuts/"bruin--,   burns,     or
some .injury or .other.    It is wonderful  how  quickly  Zam-Bnk 'takes  the
soreness  out.",of  fciits,  bums,  liruises
aVid   injur jes'7 n.ncl  on our.Mirvey   *t
earned golden opinions from all who
had ..occasion, to -try 'il     1 have found
'it very, fine, for.; skin  di.-ease,   and, J
can strongly recommend it as a hopse-
hbld'halm."-"*'*   " ■',
'   MrvLascelles Scott, one oi the lending' Covfernmcnt'  analyst-.,   .says;—"I
have 'no  hesitation  in  ceitifying the
entire s purity-.of   Zam-Buk  whioh   in
my..opinion is .excellently adopted for
skin'-injuries and diseases.""
:_ Zam-Buk 'cures "cni",. scalds, burns,
Bruises,' cozema,    scalp   sores,    ring-
'worm,    uloers, ,    nhsr'osf.e,*',    chapped
places,   cold   saroti,   blood . poisoning,
chronip abscesses, etc,   As an emhro-
'catiori.'it -relieves   ilieurlialisni, "neu-<
.ralgia.'   ond   sciatica.     All   Druggists
nnd.' Stores! sell (it 50 cents- a box, or
from ZaniTBuk Co., Toronto, for .price,
,'iJboxea for $1.25.    Sond l.cent stamp
for dainty 'sample b6x.     -    '
jA , little ^colcli bo'y's granchnothor
was .packing* hia, lunch 'for Him lo
take to school one morning. , Looking
up -into. the" old lady's fncej the boy
asked,: r , ',   '., *     -  , ,
'.Grandmother, does vcr specs magnify ,?■"■-'-.. ".
' "A little, my child," she answered.'
. "."Aweel, then,',''said the boy, "I wad,
'just, like it if,!ye wad'tajc' them, off
"when ' ye're' pittiu' np,a , dinner."—
Success. '•   ,'        ,"'*,'
, These' Pills Cure".Rheumatism'.—To
the .many who suffer from' rheuma-
.tism a, trial of.'Parmelee's ..Vegetable1
Pills is'recommended. They have^pro-
jiquncedf .'action upon tlie liver , and
kidneys and Jay regulating the action
of these .organs, act'as nn .alternative
in preventing the,- admixture' of uric
acid, arid blood that, causes this' painful 'disorder. "They must be tajion ac-
.'cording. to directions and used''steadily and \hay .will speedily give,evidence of their* bonofieial* eff-iets, '
of etiquette--:to fail.- to lpayp dry kindlings. I'm1 afraidt-of the"transitory'
stage * we're coming to—that epoch, of1'
chaos, betweeh the death of, the„ old
and lire birth of the new. Frankly, J
like tire' old way best' , i' love the license of it' I love to wrestle'with nature, to'snatch and guard and fight for
what I have. I've been beyond the
law* for years, and I want to,stay th'ero,
where life is just what it was intended
to be—a survival of the fittest."
'dlis large hands as he gripped the
bulwark were tense and corded, while
his.rich voice issued softly from hia
chest with the hint of power unlimited
behitid it He stood over her, tail,
virile and magnetic. She saw- now-
wiry he had so joyously hailed .the
fight of the previous,night To.one of
.his kind it was a.s salt air-ttkthe nostrils. Unconsciously she approached
him, drawn by the spell of his strength.
"My pleasures are violent; raid my
hate is mighty bitter iu my mouth.
What.I want, I take. That's been.my
way In the old life, and I'm too selfish
fo give it up."
,IIe was gazing'out upon the dimly
luceril 'miles of ice, ,but now he turned
toward her and, doing so. touched her
warm hand "next his on the rail.
She was staring up at him unaffectedly, so close thatthe faint odor from
her hair reached him. Iler expression
was simply one of- wonder and curiosity at this, type, so different from any
she had known. But the man's'eyes
were hot and blinded with the sight of
her, aud' he felt- only her beauty
heightened in the dim light, the brush
of her garments and the small, soft
hand beneath his. 'The thrill from the
touch of it surged o-.or him, mastered
him. ;
"What I want, I take," he repeated,
and then suddenly he reached forth
and. tailing her In his arms, crushed
her to him. kissing lier softly, fiercely,
full upon the lips For an Instant she
lay -aUsping and stunned against his
breast; then she tore her list free and
with all her force struck him full in
the face.
It was as though she beat upon a
stone. With one movement he forced
lier arm to her side, smiling into her
terrified eyes; then, holding her like
Iron, he Kissed her again and again
upon the mouth, the eyes, the, hair—
and, released her. a
"I am going to love you, Helen," said
he.- ■
"And may God .strike me dead if 1
ever stop hating you ■", she cried, her
voice coming thick and hoarse: with
passion. ,'.'        ,.-'•.
Turning, she walked proudly forward
toward   her   cabin,   a   trim,   straight,
haughty figure,  and  he did not know'
(hat her kne«s were .shaking and weak
(To be; Continued.)       ,
In   the   Future.
"Don't 'be foolish1 about it," ex-
elaimod the young bride; "he's merely nn  old  flame of mine'."
"Indeed!" cried lier aged, but
wealthy husband. "I suppose you
dream of his tender advances yet."
, ",No7 •she rel)]icfl ,'with- a far-away
look; not yet."—Catholic Standard
and Times.
ITqyrard—Aim! how did the .plain
widow Perkins capture the fastidious
Mawker?    v,     . _ ' ''
Coward—Oh, look him^out in   her
car and showed him a'few'hundred
of her building, lots—f-   <t.   ..j     *   M
iHoward—Ah !' I- sec—a case 'of love
at first site.—Harper's,,,Weekly.     '   - -
.<-7 >r 7' '"''■•'7 ''" Repeat
it: —"Shiloh^jCure- will^always
cure*- my^coughs, and   coldg;"
...    ' , '- ' a—, *.„..,'.
."J - suppoae, ' said,- tho * sad-eyod
youth at tho mubieale, "j-qu kno*.y the
difference between hei 'canto and coloratura?" ^   , ' '
"Young cman," answered Mr.'Cum-
rox -severely, "1 never bet on race
horses."—-Washington Star.
nat.'c Asylum.
"I was staying." says u writer in the
Liverpool Mi-retirj. "with an uncle who
was on verv friendly terms with .
doctor who kept u private asylum and
who occasionally smtc.it dance for the
patients, while also inviting some of
his friends. ■ „ ,
"During my visit we' received an invitation, aud ou the appointed evening
we arrived to find the room crowded
with people all In evening dress.
••My first partner was a n*an whom,!
thought looked decidedly queer, such a
restless, hunted expression in his eyes.
an.l occasionally* during,, the diuu'i*
he slopped and 'glanced nearchlngl.v
around. Dear rue, how glad I wa**
when the ilunee'wa-* oyer, and, making
some excui-c. I h|irri«'d away, only to
run up again.! my hostess' and to be
introduced u» m.V second partner.   ■    1
"Ah, me, what a handsome mail, and,
girl-lik(\ I fell head over ears iu love.' I
put out my most bewitching ways and
hoped I Io6ked my bef-t and took" care
(hat I helped liim find'a cozy corner for
the sit-out. ,    . ..„
"It w.i, delightful, and I,,wns just la
, Irientlng tliiit.1t was about time for the
next dance when, Horrors, clntchlrig
hold of my! hand and frantically-waging his othe'r hand, he started'roaring
out lev's, when suddenly, lo my relief
and astonishment, who should come up,
followed by two men, but my first partner, .whom I found to be a doctor, while
my handsome partner was 11 religious
maniac!" . .
1 (
When It Does Fall It Pours Down In n
Perfe:t Flood. 7
How different things" ore in the'old
world' from what .they are In the' far-
awa.V tropics! , -.   .   < ,    , - ,'
'"They lind no rain here for n fortnight.', aud they called it a drought!"
wrote nn Australian from,Scotland in
n scornfully superior tone calculated
to Induce the belief that It never 'rains
In Australia and. that droughts'hurt a
hundred-years. Not so. Australia is
the land of contrasts. r,A drought''has
lasted ,for seven years. But what if
there eyen in Scotland' to coriipare with
the, persistency -of Australian 'rain
when it does see fit to fall?''
For ek-yen' weeks without stopping
did the rain continue (0 moisten, the
dry places of Sydney some years ago.
•,washing  out   most  cruelly   the   brief,
bright season of winter, when the Ausj
trallan'looks for llviug instead of ex-
" istence and peace instead of pre^surc.'
v And what rair,i! 'll shot from the*clouds
like arrows, ami the whole-world was
a'battlefield durlug-that July.   As the
arrows darted into thot earth the earth
rose'and dashed'into the air, and rain
and - mud, rbec,arid grappled with each
."other*day after day.lnight'after night,
week after week.' Xnd the battle was
, neither' toUbe rain nor to the mud. ,A
strange  and  horrid  situation  arrived.
Sydney.'ran clean out of galoches. V  '"
-   For two weeks not,a"galoche was to
'be .had in ,the rain, drencher! cltyYbr
love or money. *Tben a fresh shipload
arrived frorii somewhere or other.,.And.
then—the rain slopped!—.f.ondon Mall.-..
!»* .lUahi'0""*!
Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff,
"Why don't you ever write any new
jokes ?'•' < ,
"Wouldn't, he* any use," answered
the contributor to the humorous weeklies. "These editors are a _foxy lot.
They would recognize and throw*them
out at once."— Louisville. Courier-
j     Repeat   it:—"Shiloh's Cure  will
/always cure my coughs and colds."
"I have come, sir, to ask you for
your daughter's hand," ■ said the
.young  man   boldly. ;    .
"And   suppose   T   refuse' it?"   ques-
' tioned the old man.
,    "Then,   sir." - answered   the' applicant,   "we   will  abide   by   your  decision."        ' •    -
At  this  the old  gentleman  started
"You  will  not elope?"  he asked.
"No, sir; we vvill not. We know
'too well -what is due to us in an affair of this desciiption. Custom puts
certain obligations upon yon in the
way of providing a proper wedding,
and rf you think you can escape by
giving an imitation of 'the - obstinate
.father act you are  mistaken."
"Foiled !"   sicliud   the   old , man   a"
'hft'thought  of  the   cost  of   the   wedding.     "Take   her,   my   boy,   and   te
• Ones< Trouble'''' After- Anoth«r.^
x r"t liavel-jiwt found_ oiit1'about "the
woman opposite me after two'years"of
mystery, and anxiety," said the 'flat
dweller. "She is a pretty, fat, "roily
poly woman with a white complexion'
who sits at her window half- of her
time doing, nothing. Sli.e has a boy .of
about'ten.' Her life seemed so simple
ond still I didn't see how she lived.
Evidently she dldu't support a husband, but who , supported her?.'.The
thing worried me, but last night 1
found how it was. Uer husband Is a
violin player who plays all lilght long at
,somc concert liall and sleeps thelivclong
day. I'd rather work,for my„iiving
than keep the house quiet for a husband who has to sleep all day, tlien
gets up just at the? time 3-011 want to
go out' for a little-rollicking and plays
the   violin   somewhere."
The   Improvement   Most   Needed   Now
Jn   Naval   W.arfaro. ,    „
The next great improvement. JU naval warfare will lw on lhe Hues of
ways and means of reiiC-Ulng what the
Itomaus did—ways and means of
charging upon and grappling with-the
mighty war vessels .of an enemy to
sink (hem with lhe short sword of
high explosives.
There is ifo one thing so much needed in uavtil warfare at tlie present
time as a more, efficient "means"' of
reaching buttlesbips'and cruisers wdth
a euUk-leat"quantity of high explosives
for their destruction, Iu other words,
there Is'a more Imperative di'inmud for
improvements lu torped_oes .and tor-,
pedo' bouts than In any "other l-nniL-lT
of the' naval Service. The- effective.
rung-e.of the modern high power'giip
Is now about five iniles, and it Is ifee
range, of the guns that determines 'the
dl-}tau'ee between the llni*s*bf;battle'of
modern fleets," nltd the .leet'with guns
of the longest range has thefopposiiig
fleet at Us mercy.      ",'    S'A'     '
A little wl|!le ago, tbe^.automobile
torpedo was thought to lie a valuable"
adjunct to thearihameut of the, mod
eru battleship, but the nuige ^df/^lie,
guns bus uow been "so iircrCnsed-luat-'
'''such torpedoes <il*»eo mo.' n u?»u|^ss.^UP^
c'umb'rau'ce -"beciiiis'e^of \ tii^ sflurtni&s;
of   their   range.   irot>vitlistnn(llng   the j wprsd* could ~iy,\. Akv7ii.r!i'.*i**IBM
fact  that   their 'ninnufai'tufers   hiiVe igy and^ interest  h, hf,.   ui*'0*
done   everything' possible ,to   perfect   moat  giying' up  i<t d.,^,',. J? ""J
tliem nrrd t'o InWure ihofr'speed und   friend 'advised a tin,) 0f ),)_■_ (^*|
"range. 'Their range Is* 11. ecRRnrHy Urn- -^rvc fWI, ,   '  ^Ir
Jtinl to-that attainable by, the cJinrs^,]*.. Vrom. l»9. "rM' V^ "J.tMv
of 'compressed'nfr*they are capable pf-j
carrying.       -7   , .*  ' '7*7 !•'
During tbe.pas't few years'Uie"pres-
Vtire of the air lids boon Increased from
1,300 pounds tp the square, Inchto 2,250.
pounds" to .the . square/,iuc^And' the'
weight'of air from f.0 pounds to ,130 ,'tlintJ hjy'.wlfe "owes her "liMatt^l
in tho eighteen incii torpedo', nnd'sUUj of. JJrvphuse's:,Ner\v,I-'oofl.'' ,1
"the inaxlmuni range of 'Ui|> 'eighteen"*. *. This.nure'siri^certified to f,s yr J
Inch torpedo is'only from 3.000,to 3,500 H. McFarlnne^drugt'i„tr At*«ifal
yards, practically about .one-third of7 "r*A'"J?* 8 '^f?'0 Ff*l »i!l iS
'"     ' ius.«!'b1cUr t £?,?,-?i!,i.t -^^o^ptHe of kcejiiue »-^|
The Battle
For Health
EVERY    DAY   QUE8      '"HI
- ARE  YOU TO.DM7..  '».HI1<'
Or. A.W. Chase's
Nerve Food
,£'ho only sure founditio,, 1   ,
16 rich, ,od blood u„(    '*iH j
vous system, „v'fc'Jf«»j»«,.'
;Uoth oC-'thexe' re-uh .-.., . ,
of 'Dr. A. \\VC|,7'.l '^"'lit*,
Even though j-m! knuw pi'tM/1**
restorative. as « euK l„r ..,'" ^
haustion, j)ro«ti*h!i<.„ und °"f *
you may-have ovBil....k ", , ""ai-^ L
to build up^he^u,/^^
"My"wife has been ji, fo
She-^rftJlaaliy ^.r/^K
lion.my-.swifo -uh«j| «,<, n'wi.^J^,
"'Jprdveroeot and nfto. 'n.-mv aU JV
' Bhe,,ia. cpinpletely-eiiif-tj toj __, r!
"   as'ehe   ever   'huh, puu  Kf'(i fjz
well,,nnd feels ttyly rwtur^i' \Z
not;gay, too much in j(ra,4 „. ^
.valuable, medicine  tfnd »in'Mtajj
knots.—Hudson   Maxim   in .Metropolitan Magazine."   ' '? .-•''■i-sft ' **   ' w- \"
* '      <        Newsstands at Sen.
For' some Umc'paat 'lho>.Bien*ards(onv
•the'ocean liners "have added-tp their
earnings by laying lnV.stocli of period-;
icals and books and .retailing them'■'to
passengers, but tho regular-news-dentf-
Pcr has only just arrived.- On such ships
as the Iinsltania and'her'.sister ship it
is quite a pleasant shock on-the second
day out to come acrQss'tbfi-iiows'dea'l-.
er's stall at' thc entrance of the barWr
sliop 'or,',,some other as natural place.
The papers, it is true,.do riot tycar,,tbp
(mornitig's date, but;(the rpaga7.lnosVre
'of the Iulest'lssuc7««d the'.novels tbe
latest frori.,,the publishing houses. Tlie
flstali, Is entirely new. i, and 'whether f it
'has^como to stay" or no't'depends upon
whe.thor It pays.",,The^rent is high, and
besides paying for the privilege tho
dealer  must, also   pay' his. passu-;©,—
Popular'Mecha n k-s*
' -' '    V^Well-'Known Man.
^linard's Liniment "do.. Limited.
,.   Dear Sirs,—I -cun' recorrimond 'vour',wt
MIlfABD-S.LTNIMKNT for Uiieuma-      ■,
tisni and Sprains,  a.%,1 have-used it
for   bothDwith' excellent - results.    -
1 Yours truly,   *    -„
' *   '   T, 11. LAVEBS."
St. John.
WJjen'thVnuuoir carriioi up the rij
theveburees ,pf   bnrk  fllufh'Ue Ql
yesterday-are lhe foun.hinonoinyil
he iS-'^lajnijg -anollier .eours* loAj.l
'All iKfnjRyou do t'wl.iy on'thesiwl
ture jwlncK' you'rate tmililin-; m3rsl
rnrtir£ as V-. b'&sis for Ui-it ahrcbnl
are' to. do lo-frtorrov,-,—-fl '\V. Bttatl
In1 the .treatment or Munnitt »|
plaints the nio»t "eft'e'etivi-^a^"
,that' can be.itsed is Dr. J. P. Kelksf
'Dysentery'Cordial, ii'i*. fl .-UowJ
prejianifion, nnil innirj* iJi-vpl* fn{?li
it in'preference to uthf-r |)i"f^ri!i»j
It is a," highly conruitraN tn«jssil
and"iU sedative , and curative'qffil
tieft,'«re beyripd qttes.t'ou.\'Ii hisbal
a , popular medicine foi* roanrjwl
Atid.Uibusund^ can a.\Us\ lU-Mpwl
qualities in' 'oyereomin!;" d.«r^|
iinil- kindred .coiriphunt-.,
. '*. VV .?.-.'' °i '        	
* 'Fir»t",7\frJ(Sa'u', Liou—1 lmve s»|
(-einiineiU.tlihtjSsoir.ethiurj r*> g«is|»J
-happen.'1' - '*.', "''i"..'-- '&i
_  Second 'Alrifnit ,M«n-Howl*''il
•A'l   saw. ' !i;e<l(ly   bear.-  i" mT.^I
last night/'^-Life. .  ' y\
*, „- i y f>.. . .. "''..""——— , -'
' Ropeat it:—" Shilo!i'3 Cms-»"'il^
ways euro my coughs and colds."
Mother—   My 'irhild, .you1 shoalt'l
bfliiSvi*'* more ihati/htslf yr-u he".
1 Daughter-—' I   \n\ow thut   rni3ag
but how can I .tell wlnWi )ir-!!!-«|
ton Transcript. k      •
.Guide—You will be the second person, my Lord, who will have climbed
to'ithe top of this 'mountain.  -    .
.My Lord—Yes, and who was the
flr&t ?
Guide—A po&tc.ird-seller,1 who lias
now got a shop on-the summit.—Bon
p Gathering Roses.
I've gathered roses- and the like- in
many glad and golden .Junes, but now,*
as down the world I hike, my" weary
hands are filled with prunes.- I've gathered roses o'er and o'er,1 and some
were white and some were red,' but
when I took them to the store the
grocer wanted eggs Instead. I gathered roses long ago. in other days, In
other scenes, and people said, "You
ought to.go and dig the weeds out of
your bean*.""-A*'million roses b'loomed
and died; a mllHon -more will die today. -That man Is. wls.e who lets them
slide and gathers up tlie" bales of hay.
—Emporia (Jilzette.        ' .
Ijfearly all-'children are-subject lo
worms, and many are born with them.
Spare them suffering by using Mother
Graves' Worm-Exterminator,\the best
remedy of the-kind that-caii.be. had.
Little Willie Jones, w,hile picking
blackberries, was stung "on. -the calf
of the leg by a poisonous", insect. By
bedtime hisj.eg was so swollen that
ljis mother
Minard's1 Liniment relievos Neu'it
Ih,* In':.
- r.
. . "j - Too Saving.
1 Prof. Charles .JSwsbJin.
and original sociologist of-racy
eity of Chicago, eniniciatoii vAox
Lengue of PoLtieal lid jcatioii m
"York a .superb epigram:
"He who begins with sav'nc ^(r
tect his family may end mi'i r-'E*
ing his  family  tu'wive.:'
Discussing the dangers of in'="
ale saving,*"It.e »s\id : .
"It's, by saving imrTiodcr.'.t''iy-
we corile lo'in?erting want ad«_*^
merits like one T saw recentl.. - ^1
cd," capable office boy. SularT.^'
week."      .*-   •—-„■ •*    ."•
"A-young man of Sjrnirian-.i'*
noticing  this  advertisement. (Mifci
resist replying If) it.    Ilisi'rfp!)
'.' I .beg  to  offer vou   111.   "if-
out' it  the  swelling  Intel   go
"How is your log, sjsn?" she mquiiei
"Comt* look—^it's swelled 'way up,
he answered  proudly.    "My calf luis
the applicant must be clmln"! •''
but   1   have'concluded   that In'
at least wear trousers or la* «c-'H|
got big as a heifer since last night/'I unable to catry home ni-> iiiii'f*
Ready With the Answer.
Miis Baxter, feeling the effects of
a torrid afternoon in June', was attempting to mouse the interest of her
languid class by giving, as she supposed, an interesting talk on the
obelisk. After (.peaking for half an
hour she found that her efforts wcio
wasted. Fcding utterly provoked,
she cried: "Every word that I havo
said you have let in at one ear and
out of the oilier. You"—pointing to
a girl whom she noticed had been
particularly inattentive throughout
the entire lesson—"tell me, what is
an   obelisk?"
The pupil, grasping the :teacher's
last'.words, rose and .promptly' answered:
"An obelisk is'something that goes
ir one ear and out the other."
Setting  It  Right.
"In your paper thi* morning, sir,
you called "mo a 'bum actor.' I want
an explanation."
"I shall be happy to evplaln, young
man. That word 'actor' was inserted
by the proofreader, who thought I had
omitted it accidentally. I shall take
care  that it doesn't  happen again."
frequently causes stomach troubles, but careful eating will n«ff I
right tliem. When your stomach is Out of condition, it ncc.!-? fi«'? |
that no food can scpply. It must be thoroughly cleansed, ««l,;" i
and strengthened.    Food never docs this.
"Women," declared she, "have big-
?er Intellects than men."
"I .won't dispute It." responded he.
? V man can't wear footgear that has
V* be kept ou by mental power'alone..''
tore, sir.
First man in car—Look 1...,    „,
got up to give my seat, to that ladv
oecond man (sitting down.—Tha't's
all right, old fellow. She's my wife'
Hairbreadth. '
. S:ella—r suppose you have had manv
Vi'rbreadth escapes? Knickers-Yes; ,n
vt man's coiffure'was nil that kept me
>.r>m seeing a play onee.r-IIarper's
are the greatest stomach medicine human skill ever compound^
Uont attempt to cure your stomach by dieting. You will w'
starve and get little benefit. Give Beecham's Pills a chance .wiyo
• will again know thc pleasures of a .sound digestion. Appetite w'1
return arj/d the stomach* again work' withoutany discomfort. Thcsk'1"
will-clear,'thfe'face plump out,while people-will remark "irow)«"
you rcjooking." . These arc facts, not fancies.   Prove it yoa«w*.
Prepored only by Thomas Bt.cliara. St. tlelen*. L«nc«»hlre, L'nul«"d-
Sold by ail DriigitlsU in Caii«d» and U. S; America.     tn b'o«i'2S c<nO
The  amity; that wisdom   limits   not.
?olly may easily. imtle.-Shakespeure. .
Collects   Menu   Cards.
The  emperor of   Austria   Is  a   man
with few hobbies    One of them Is the
editing   ,.,f   an   ollielal   court   Journal
Another Is the collection of menu cards
and his stock, which Is 'continually being augmented-by  contributions 'from
other  mouarchs.  Is 0   very wonderful
one.    A (rare specimen   Is  that which
was used at  the dinner given by the
czar;  to   President   Faure  some  years
ago.-, This "card" Is a  square, of perfect black  marble beautifully painted
).V ir famous French artist, the names
Of the various dishes bi'.-g lettered iu
,    ■'- .    tmmmym^ttniniM im am 1 imi 1 mi nnimii; .      (.
Eddy's   Matches   havo   hailed from    Hull   since   'IS5I—oiJa  ylc\iH
years  of  Constant     Betterment have   resulted     in     Eddy"
reaching   a    Height   of    Perfection  attained  by  No Others.
, Sold   and   used   everywhere   in   Canada
&f riiasi  mii.  Hain't  &F.111  r-,".--'  I S1  '���'���  IANOQUE MAN  OUT OF. TROUBLE  .         /i,  RHEUMATISM,   BUT  DODD'S  [JDNEY   PILLS   CURED   IT.  THE    LEADER,  BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  '   ;       >  THE  GIBSON  FIGURE  Women   Strive   For   Broad    Shouldert  ,   and Small Hips. ,  Haye you a "correct figure." or don't  you know whether y^u have or not?  Well, you can, answer the question  yourself with a tapellne and the foi-  lowing table: For a twenty-seven Inch  bust the,,chest should measure thirty-  four Inches, the shoulders thirty-nine  the neck twelve, ,the waist twenty^  three, the hips thirty-six, the upper  arm eleven, armpit to waist eleven the  wrist sis, the ankle eight, the calf fourteen and tbo thigh twenty-one.'  A different bust would require a pro-  JOEL  CHANDLER   HARRIS.  The  His  ls  Abernethy on .His Feet Again���  Jre is Easy, (Simple, Natural and  I'rmanent.  iauoqnc,  Out,,  (Special).��� That  biatihiii cun be cured surely.  By und peniiam;ntly is the, good  llhut Hugh' iAueriiethy, a well-  Si ji-'-ideiil of King "Street, is  fl mg uiiiong bis neighbors,  Iliad   buffered   fiom   Rheumatism    ��� ���vv.  Ititfne--.-} of the joints," Mr. Aber-   measuromf-.ii* -         * Mates.    "My    muscles    would .' Sa?nZi��   u,1' " 8"sht differ'  ,.']   could  not sleep  and.! had   e!      D.1,   "tremitlca.  - -    " rhlli indeed Is the new feminine fig.  portiouately   smaller  or  larger  trunk  |le' Iiendaciie3. I 'took many' dif*  1 medicines but nothing did,.ine  good till' J. tried Dodd's'Kidney  Six   bo;, cs iput ine on  my  feet  |ers  who have  taken ,Mr.  Al. erf's advice, and qsed Dodd's ,Kid-  Sills mo'altfo loud inHheir praises  Void .reliable'Cuiiddinn  Kidney  fy.    ' For , Dodd's   Kidney   fills  rHlienmatirimr lirid   other    blood  See. by curing tlm Kidneys. Sound  |}yA 'keep  the  blood ��� free    from  h'ties.    And,.with iro impurities,  Eik<  uric acid  ia  the  blood,  you  \\t have  Such   painful  and   dan-  dihPlisei, ns  l'ttin  in the Back,  imitism, , Lumbago,   ' Neuralgia,  leiii-t Disease.      - v' "  p-ybi:r Kidneys strong and" well  P'odd's   K'iduey;  Pills   and, you  iii-e, the  cold,   wet  days  of  fall  Sit u fear of Jiheuntntisni.  train  comes  wlii-aing down  the  |<nick,,   "       ...   ,      ,-j       ,   '-  halts' amid  the cheers,  5n the platform ��t,Uiu back .'  " candidate appears^ ","'���.,  istures uplift, hoarsely-speaks.   ���  j "words, rtre -far frdui "plain;, .  Ilien <ii.   feriginc Iioaiwly shrieks  'dragd away,'the-train,   'c     --������  ;, -���Cleveland Plain'Dealer.''  ' -    ���   - ' *���    -   i .-'  suffer from " corn's"*"'when "'they  h painlessly rooted 'out by using-  B'ay'fl Corn .Ourfei        ,  '��� -'   "y  hisr  African/ chieftain'' ..shook  haughtily.', . -  deuco,".he said', "with your  lico, glass beads arid brass wire.  iiatl ��pt cross15 my country, Theo-  liinlesa ..you^-pay ..me '.my-own  0        it ...   ,_     '.' >\   ",i   '*    .  what "'may   that   be?"   asked  |treprd-,huiiter.    , ', .    ;  If   a  dolla'r 'a-v.worcl ' for   every  *>u writer���Philadelphia Bulle-  . if ���',.,   t/   r ���  '   -     '-,''���>."  urc-ii graceful, refined adaptation of  that of a well set up man. with strongly,, developed siionlders and hips that  when a'woman is well corseted and  gowned should measure ainincb or so  less than the bust  ^And what first placed this type of  sweetness long drawn out before the  public eye?   Tbe process of evolution  may be-traced backward In this wise;  The tall girl in the eheathllke gown Is  a   present  fad  decreed'���< by   tlie  latest  fashion, and the fashion Is dictated by  cultivated   modem   taste.' which  taste  sprang from���what else could It bc?-  the    creations'  of   artiste    who    are  specialists   iu   beauteous 'femlnology.  Charles Dana Gibson was such an artist.    When he began to', draw* women  of distinction 0r>d refinement, the Ideal  of the up to date American man of the  'world,"a change came simultaneously  over the spirit of (be mod isle's dream.  Why?    Because everywhere one. saw  them'In  pictures���a�� daughter  of  the  gods, divinely, tall and  most divinely  fair���whose garments were."as fi part  of  herself: becoming,',  mysterious,  ye,t  .truthful.   It took a long time-to'arrive  ut the'clcw to the problem of_how to-  -look'llke   (be  Gibson fgirls. "  But,'  as  surely,as, you,live. It,was thlnklng'in'  this'way 'thht, brought about-the good  results_fwhleh now appear.   -,- ,   ,*,".   ',  Wav He Came to 'Write  "Uncle Remus" Stories.  Many great works or genius, as  well known, hav,.. been produced by  accident, and an author is seldom the  best Judge of his own work When  Joel Chandler Harris wrote the first of  his "Uncle Kemus" stories and presented it for publication he did so  with a hundred misgivings. He was  not sure that his venture in negro folk-  lore-would prove successful.. ne t.OU|,j  not know thut tliey would bring him  worldwide rame.  At   the   time   described    Mr    Harris  was a young man of twenty-eight, employed   on   the .Atlanta, Constitution  Sam \V   Small, afterward a revivalist,  who  had   been   iWirlug  for  the same,  paper a popular column of negro story  and dialect, had just resigned from the  staff.  The, managing editor of liie" Cod  stitutlon,  wishing lo'continue the fen-'  ture, said to Ilu iris one day: "Joel, it  seems lo me you could d..   that sort of  thing to a tee   See If you can't turn in  -���omctliing tonight." r  The young writer's memory flitted  back to his early .lays on a plantation.  All the quaint sellings.of negro life���  the little cabins, (he fiddling- darkies,  .the wrinkled story teller, the black  "mammies," the no'lsy coin shucking*,  the bobtiiflod riibhir.s/disappearing  along, the road-came hurrying from  the past.. Late tlisi^ afternoon he turned In bis copy, The next day his ropu,  tation was jntide.- Current Literature.  THE ironing of black goods  require^ particular care and  particular, "starch ���'common .starch gives a rusty  appearance to the fabric  and leaves 'it streaked  with white.  4  Celluloid jStarch gives a  gloss-y .stiffness and preserves  the solid ' blackness*. Use two  tablebpoonful;. to a" quart of cold  water and add a little boiling  water to clear.-it.* For mourning goods, skirts, delicate laces,  etc., the results will be excellent  Write   for  a-targe   FREE. lample.  Ask your grocer for    ' ' .,.,  REMARKABLE WATCHES I   A s���n_����scovery.  SOME   WONDERFUL  TIMEPIECES  HAVE   BEEN   PRODUCED.  Never Sticks.   Reoiiires no Cookinsf  ��* Brentford Starch Wort.. IlmiUA, Baatfert, oJZi  Lli!JMW^^a^a!3smmsian,i^Lm^^t.y_ Hi<ldlJiLUj  THE,-SLEEPLESS  WOMAN.  -NESS-CANNOT BE CURED ?  .1 ��pplicatidns���'aslihey cannot  line  diseased \portion    of    the  There is only., .One. way. to'cure  |s, und 'that; isby .constitutional'  *bs.    Deafness isfcauscd-'.by  an%  Bd   condition' Of"  the    mucous'  of' the Eustachian/Tube..; When  be is inflamed you, have,a ruru-  Bound , or * < imperfect ,] hearing,  hen   it 'is.entirely.' closed,~\Deaf-  'the restilt,'r*and unless'the in-  Ition can  be   taken.r-out,, .and  Hie ;e��tored' to''its ^normal''c'on'-'  wigarinc will rbe "destroyed fo'r-'  liie casus out. of ten are .caiis-  ..nlnrrh,' which', is .nothing' but  titled .condition -cfskhc-inucous  rill give One.'Huri'drcd'Dollars'  yocase'^of Deafness '(caused* by  i) that cannot, ;be cured ' by  i Catarrh'Cure.(   Send   for   cir-'  free.  CHENEY '&  Qo., 'Toledo,  0.  ; by  Druggists,   75c. .  Hall's  Family  Pills . for   con-  n. ' '  grille  of,, self   obedience, lo   the  Till bring all things into-order.  fctone,   -    -  ?eat it:���" Sluloh's Care wiU al-  |ure my coug!hs and colds."  [THE   OSCULATION.  io from many, a mairion's Up*,  throush'nlry spaces,  ���jfeen two hearts I make quick   trip*'  iiccr on sweet faces.  [pfl lovo'sibarsaln many a time  eal up many a quarrel,  a tale,  inspire a rhyme  blot out many a moral.,.  (Irst Is better than my last;  |th ago 1 grow much colder.  5cr often in tho post;  memory makes men bolder.  jjjy bo false, I may be'true,  [lay'be.sweet or sour;  Rio tho kings of earth may, sua.  Bile babies  wield  my power. '  bothlnfj. yet I'm .everything:  [Jo when  consummated.  death to lite once moro I sprlnsc,  \h love's sweet messago freighted.  Jlo tor me beneath the sun.  corn all mathematics.  ono and ono, why. I make on��.  Bo only to ecstatlcs.  9lt)R two,  then one 'I've made  |nil<lli)g still another.  pest laid plans men have essayed  Ihlly touch and smother.  subtract an<J multiply,  i.evfr ljo..*t. refuted,  ny sum totals'always die  soon us they're computed.  ���ull o', sadness, full of blls��  everything that bliss is,  IJmoiiKh I've never mado a mls��,  made too many Mrs.  ��� Ufa.  She  Should   Live  as  Much  as, Possible  '   -    T.       ,' In'' the" Open Air."    ',    rL    -  , + Whatt can'Uhe sleepless woman do to  help herself ?   Let her note, In "tbe''flrst  -place. Spine-things" that/she.-ought not  to* do.',('She ought not,to, drink .tela or  cofTee, especially  toward bedtime, for  -these stimulate the liraln.  7- Sheioiigh't not'to sjiend*air her timer  'Indoors,' but- rather live .much  in' the.  open air and breutlie deeply the while"..  She ought not Immediately before retiring to, read thrilling stories of'"bat;-,  -tle.''inurder and sudden death/;   ��� ,.  Slie  pughti   abovej; nil, 'says j'Samuel  McCombvIn Harper's'nazar^not to fear  .the. dea-of not,sleeping,' and the fear.'  of not tsleeping'' will' be,'dissipated ���by  (thp j Drm conviction ^tlia't, even though  slie  should -remalii  awake for, hours,"  -some of'.'jcast of the, benefits of sleep  can be obtained ,by using those'hours  aright:1 A. *   . ,      ���'' ��� '  "���  Ono^goes to bed^ primarily -to,"rest,v  secondarily, to sleep.* If one "does' not  sleep-one should ^n'ot'keep^urnin'g over  and over; growing more'impatient with  oneself; but should Impose on the.miud'  "crrlinV peiTce"h"ua*a''sta te as'.iiear vacuity  as,-possible. ,A.s has been well said:  "Sleep is���like a pigeon.' It conies to  you if you have'the appearance of not  looking for it. i It flies away if you try  to'catchdt."   " '   * ��� -'���    '._    ,  If possible" approach bedtime with a  feellug'*Qf Indifference and learn to say  within yourself, "If I sleep, ..well; if I  don't .sleep, also well, Uiough not so  well."' This little lesson, thoroughly  learned will have the most beneficial  influence'in attracting sleep. Assuming, then, that the sulferer lias removed  the physical causes of sleeplessness���  that noise and light and material discomforts are excluded���there Is now no  reason for the Insomnia.'  \ TAPING; IN   BOHEMIA.  ' ��� '      *      '  ' ;���,       ���       y 2 i  Even, the Street Car Conductor1 Ex-  pecls"His Gratuity.  In the ci,l.v��� of Pragin-.a tip-to,the  tramway conductor, is considered de  rigueur. The .orthodox tip consists o'f  but 2 heller, or two-tenths of'a penny,'  yet ns '"strap hanging" Is allowed foi  In considering "the carrying' en/pa el ty,"of  the car the conductors should have got  a goodly pocketful ol the minimum  coin h'y each'daj-'s end.     '  ' <-  ,/-TIf)pii)g., It   was  ascertained'  in  nn -  other of P.oh'omia's" larger towns, "is s��_  .fully' recognizee!, that  the head  wnltei'  ,it"a cafe pay's a rem for his post, sup-  /plies  all   lb",,Journals; for- the   coffee-  room and looks after the other wait  ers niid-then makes an. Income larger  (ban til-it of a 'university professor, nil  \>ut of lils~t.f|")s Mo,     ���   '      ���'    "'    ,'      -'���  After supper .at  one of ,the tieiight-  7ul open'air. cares of the cnpitul It was  .found, that  approximately  one  should  Sive  a   half  krone   (fiveperx-.-)   to* the  bead-waiter' who  took 'payuieiu.-two "  pence'to'tlie iiiiderwaiter who brought  the viands and a halfpenny to the-boy  who brought���and even  brought'again  ,is one glass .was finished -the -beer.���  l/ondoii Chronicle,  - Still.Searching.  He'was yourig^aud debonair and wa?  ,seen about'tbe -yytei* front looking for  an   old   sailor,   says   Ihe   Philadelphia  Ledger.    "Any old sailor will do" he  remarked confidentially to a big man  to whom  Instated  the object of his  quest, "because'all \_ woul |s to have'  some tattoo  murks  taken  out of unarms."  When the tug tnan informed dim that  those India Ink punctures would stick  closer to him- than a-blood relation  and woitld.be on his ann when .his  death certl.lente was filed'the voung  fello>v was aghast.   ���  , '  *  '"What iu the, world am 1 going'to  do?" he asked ;in despair "There's a  heart  and' two   arrows   and   a  glil'p  my arm,- and, I _want .to get'  Initials on  Iherii off., Xyc ffl'tjlo get rid of'these  etters any 'way. The girl rari awav  last week with ,nnorher-'fellow, anil  'theylre enjo.ving their-honeymoon now  I must, get another, girl, and I don't  want to sleep wlth((a married woman's'  monogram Just above- uiy^ elbow.","-    ','  The case was truly, a''pitiable'one,  f ud the generous'heart of the tug man'  ,was touched.,,' , *   ,   *  "I'll tell you,"wli.-if you've got to do," '  l'e exclaimed -as a-'li:ippyi though't'  f truck him. "Vou must find another  girl to 6t those,initials."' - ' ' . .  When last seen the .tattooed man was  In search'of a'd:-..mscl .who could,an1'  ?wer lo'the Initials "Ai.,A.' J."' .. "7 "   "  Watches Are Now Made Which Will  ( Strike Timi With Set of Chimes  ���Stop Watches Are Also Marvels  of Ingenuity and Workmanship���  Metal and Gear Are the Essential  Elemepts. ,    "  The_   construction , of    complicated  timepieces has always been a favorite  amusement  of   the   mechanic.    Some  of  the  moot  complex   and  ingenious  large clocks, like the; famous one at  Stlacburg, were the product of former -centuries, but  probably complicated  watches' have   never   been made  more   accurately , and   cheaply   than'  to-day.    Some of these are.described  in Cosmos '(Paris), by L.  Reverchon.-  "The  striking 'watch  ([repeater')  is  very old.   Nearly two and 'a half centuries ago it was invented 'simultaneously   by  two  English   watchmakers.  Barlow and Quare.   .<���.,.    Watches  that   strike   the   hour- when   desired  are now made, like ordinary  watches  and    at   a   reasonable   price.     Good  watches in metal cases, striking the  quarter-hour, mav- be bought for 10)  francs (V20).    _ .  __  ���.'On.- the other hand,, watches are  nowimade . .'*. that,not only,strike  when desired, by pressing a spring,,  but also strike the hours* and quar-t  ters regularly, like a clock. The  mechanism is much the same in both  cases.   ,v f ,'   < ���  "Not only "are ordinary bells for  sounding tliii',,. hours ' and quarters  placed # in .' theTSe- watches���r?ome of  which do not exceed .4.7 millimeters  ,(l-5,J;nch) in thickness���but,real little  'chimes.'"^     ',""'vi'^-*- - ���    *  "We may, pas��  from  consideration  of'repeaters to. that of the more _. ref  cent   stop-w-atclj.     In   its   most -ele-'  mentary , .form"'; this'* has,   simply Va;  second-hand 'on  a1  small  dial   graduated  in  minutes.,   In  the most complicated'form the mechanism operates  two ordinary hands, a primary chronograph-hand,   called   the   .'overtaking'  j hand,  a  minute-counter,  and   finally  Scientists  Find  That a   Beam  of  Light  Produces Sound.  One of the most wonderful discoveries   in   science   that  have  been   made  within,the last year or two is the fact  that a  beam of light produces sound.  A beam of sunlight is thrown through  a lens on a glass vessel tha^ contains  lampblack, colored silk' Or worsted or  other substance.    ,A disk  having slits  or openings cut in it Is made to revolve  swiftly in this beam of light so as to  cat it up. thus making alternate flashes  of light and shadow.   On putting the  ear to the glass vessel strange sounds  are heard so long as the flashing beam  is Tailing on the vessel.  Recently a more wonderful discovery  has been made    A beam of surjligbt Li  made to pass through the prism so to  produce what Is called the solar'spec  trum, or rainbow:   The disk is turned  and the colored light of tbe rainbow is  made to break through 'It.   Now place  the ear to the vesselVontaining the silk  wool or other material.  As the colored  lights   of   the   spectrum   fall   upon   it'  sounds will be given by different parts  of the spectrum,,'and there will be silence In other parts.  . For instance, if the vessel contains  red worsted and the green light'flashes  upon   it  loud  .sounds  will' be   given.  Only feeble sounds will be heard when  the red and blue parts of the rainbow  fall upon, the vessel,' and other colors  make no sound^nt all.   Creen silk'glves  sound best in red light.   Every" kind of  material  gives'more or less sound. In  different colors and utters no sound in  others. , r. t-   .  A T1E PJN always  forms a most  suitable gift to a man  ��� especially if it be  from "Ryric's.". The  one shown here is one  or our newest and  most popular styles.  It   is  made   in   a,  heavy weight of solid ,  '14k.   gold,   and   will  be found a most serviceable pin.  Engraved with "his" mono--  gram, complete in suitable box  the price' is ��� ,  ,���  S3.50  ,   ii,  $3.CO  , (  . r  ("'V  I  The discovery Is a strange one.^and II  Is thought mbre ^wonderful things will  come from it.~St.�� Louis Globe-Demo-  crat.',,     ' " ��� ,   >  Eyjrie Bros.,  LIMITM      ���'' .  134-136-138 Ypnde St.  TORONTO  ,'.   A-  t*r  ( Abdiil  Hamid's Joke.  Abdul Hamid. sultan - of Turkey  thoroughly distrust^ his ministers. . He  once said to Professor Vambery: "But  what is there for me to do? If I  change them i shall get others who are  At the end of life we shall not be  asked how much pleasure we had in  it, but how much service we gave in  it; not, how full it was of' success',  bat ho-,*/ full it -was of'sacrifice;'not  how happy iver.were,' but how help.ul  we were; riot how ambition was gru-.  tifled, but how love was served -, Lif *  io judged by, love; and love "is known'  by  lier fruits.���Hu^h   Black:-'���''    ,'    ;f  '    i      (1    ���- ���' ��� ������ ' .  I '  Trial Is* Inexpensive.���To "those' vfli'lf  sufrer    from    dyspepsia _ indigestion   '.  rheumatism   or   any,,.ailment   arisr'n"  rrom derangement of    the   digestive  .  Don't  Say Cologne'.'" "   .  She sprinkled^eau de.cofo'giie Jil.eral-  ly In the' bath of pink 'marble.    "It i<;  this    perfume,^ ' she ^ said',-learnedly,  -"which-makes us-think that the town  of Cologne must   be. scented. " Jbluinii  ' Maria  Farina, invented..200 years ago  In Cologne a perfume made of the^'oiK  of*-neroII.jCilron. bergamot.,,orange and  rosehipryV'"'He c'-ulied< the perfume'aft-  "er, bis'pity,  cau de ,Cologne���water of  Cologne.**   By ..the same .token.  h-jd��� he  been*"a -Londoner,   he'd  have'called  it  eau de Loudon.    In that case the illiterate would.now think J.on'don a scent  ed city, and Instead'of saying correctly.  'Put a. few  drops *of  perfume' on my  handkerchief.'- they   would   say.   'Put  a few drops of I.ondou on it.'   in'fact,  It  is a  very ,vnlg:ir and silly error to  call- allperfumes cologne..    You"'might  as' wolf call them Chicago or Denver."  ���It Rubs Pain Away.���Tlibre' 'is no  liniment so efficacious in' overcoming  pain as Dr. Thomas' Eclectric' Oil.  The hand tliat rubs it in rubs tlie  pain away a'rul-on this account the're  is "no preparatidn-that stands, so high,  in public esteem. There,is'no surer  painrkjller procurable; as. thousands  can' atteot'" who have used it successfully in treating many  ailments.    '    ���  1 ; ;���r-  : Satin slippers "may be cleaned1 *bv  rubbing-.them,with stale bread or soft  Indian .rubber." If thig 'fails try 'white  flannel moistened with spirits of wine.,  '   .  - i        ���^���-1���'���������i   probably more dishonest"   One even-Tsystcm, .a   trial   of  Parmelee's0Ve'"'e"  ��....u.  ��  nmmimwuer,  ��.-u   ....auvi  i"v/S." l!f Z ^Ve a <3I"Der 'par" I * h!?lee P��Ib " "coinmended.      sljojfld  a small  'lightning', hand, which'makes     II*  ', ^       tl,e sl"fan's sanction i f?0 'suf^flir '��'  hn.acquainted ,  with  ,'U>  Xi \  ��� "'   r y^\  ' "���-'��{ )���>-.  ,<r -v-.-n    I 'AA  -f >   I t'.',  .'-*-. fit I  v;"-ji"i ia  ������ f.,' ���"��� iiAi.  AVi klf,  I't.s,'.;     UtyL  . iiii.iZ uL'y%  ,*-r.,'J'{>    a-a55-  . KSti' IliSs  *..��'1   ,:-^  ,  Of-what  value  is. -your, opinion t<,oI  'te'as if you liave not;'tried "Salada"?  ,47  - Mulligan���The--byes say ye'licked  poor Casey. ' Shure, he niver huit any  man's 'feclin's. " -.*���--*  ' Karrigan ��� He's a shnake in the  grass.' The blackguard referred to  me as his contimperary,' and I'll be  the contimperary >td no man livin.'���  Puck. '   ������ .  eio  iqor  |,s. Hair Vigor was good,  |est that was made. But  |s Hair Vigor, new im-  f, fqrinula,'.is better.'��� It  Ipne great specific for fall-  \V- A new preparation in  fvay. New bottle. New  7ts* As^yoliir druggist to  "to you, "the new kind."  \_W_changc tl,e color of ,he halr  Forfaidia with eiuih bottl��  ��      Show It to:your  . 9*/ri JootoL-  -'?��SKBtfhJl" k,t our new Hair Vigor it   -"**����� h��ve the slightest effect-upon  of the hair.    you may use il  WTSU  ��uitig?  nd r���'" "."���    iuu may use it  rofch,nn^ iene,h of time wi  chanRing the   color  -���   Cures dandruff.  r lh* J' ��- *W Co., Irfw.U. K.,^>_  th-  Stops  THINGS   WORTH   KNOWING/  <" Rurn juniper berries In a room that  has-been freshly painted or" papered.  Keep cthe windows closed for twelve  hours, then air thoroughly, and the  room Is habitable. .   '  A good way.to extract tbe juice from  beef for thofee who require that nourishment Is to broil the beef on a gridiron for a',few minutes and then  squeeze with a',lemon squeezer. 'Add  a little salt. '" ,   '     '  A' useful washing fluid is made by  boiling icgether half a pound of slaked  lime and'H pound of soda In six ..quarts  of water for two hours. Let it settle  and then pour ofl' the clear liquid for  use.  Remove grass stains from linen by  tirsl dipping the spots iu ammonia water and then washing them In warm  soapsuds.  Iii   polishing   walnut   furniture   take  three parts or linseed oil to one part of  ���spirits  of  turpentine.     Put on   with a  i oolen cloth and   when dry rub with  ooleii     The polNh will conceal a dis-  giired surface.  A cupful of left over mashed pota-  oes may I.e mad.* Into croquettes by  .lie addition of the yolk of two eggs,  i little grated nutmeg, a half spoon-  t'ul of onion Juice, a plueli of salt and  l little chopped parsley.  I i\er   should   always   be   parboiled  ���nil wiped dry before frying.   This not  inly  keeps  lhe juice,  but softens  the  in i or.  Pulverize a t.-aspooriful of borax, put  it in ,\o'ir last rinsing water, nnd your  clothe;- -will come out white Instead of  yellow.     -'.. ,:i   ��� 7 ��� -,    .-   -., ���  No article of rtirnit,urc sbould receive  more -attention, tlian   the  refrigerator.  It'should  be washed  and dried every  day.    . .���''"-'''  To prevent sausages from shriveling  cover them with cold water and allow  them to conle to a boil. Then drain  Uu��m and fry.   St.  Georgj  and the Dragon.  According to Percy, St.,George, the  son-of Lord Albert .of Coventry,-after  fighting against the Saracens went to  Sylone.. n  city of  Libya, where there  was   a   stagnant   lake   infested   by   a  monster 'dragon "whose hide no spear  could   pierce."     Kvery   day   a   virgin  was sacrificed to it, and nfc length it  came to tho lot of' the king's daughter  to  become  the  victim.    She  was  tied  to the stake  and  left to be devoured when St.: George came up and  vowed to take her cause in hand. On  camei the   dragon.'   when   the   saint,  thrusting   his   lance   it*to  its  mouth,  killed it at once.  No Satisfaction.  The Editor-ICh., what's wrong?  The Corre.-poildi-nt���in that letter of  mine that you printed this morning  wveral gross errors were permitted to  nppear. Look at this 1 wrote "No  body has any desire to 'impeach the  rugged quality of Mr Skimmerhorn*.--  honesty," and you turned "honesty".  Into "hosiery."    Look at it!  "I1 see IL ,-And. what's more. 1 see  nothing*, wrong about it. Anything  "Ise ?"  "Yes. here's anoiher. This Is what I  wrote: 'ifr. Sklinmerborn's ripe experience nnd his respect for honor must  not be forgotten ' And you speak here  ��� of his "trifie experience' and his 're-  -"pcc'i- for Homer." "  "Yes. that's so And they're both  highly commendable virtues. Good  morning, sir "-Cleveland Plain Dealer  MOTHERS FEEL SAFE...    '  Mothers Who have used Baby's Own  Tablets for their little ones sav thev  feel   safe" with   the   Tablets  at "hand",  for they, are a never failing cure for  all   the   minor  ills-of   babyhood   and  childhood.      Airs.     Urias   'Ciessman/  New  Hamburg,   Ont.," says:  "1  have  used   Baby's. Own  Tablets   for  stom-  a'ch   troubles   and   constipation   with  marked  success.    I   always  feel .that  my little one is safe when-I have a  box   of   the   Tablets   in   the  house."  Baby's   Own   Tablets  are   sold  under  the   guarantee   of   a   Government   analyst  io  contain , neither  opiates  nor  other poisonous drugs. .They always  do     good���they   can't    possibly     do  harm.     For  sale  at .druggists  or  by  mail at 25 cents a box. from the  Dr.  Williams'   Medicine , Co.,   Biockville,  Out.  Let us make the best of our friends  while we have them, for how long we  shall keep them is uncertain.  The  Hurry   Fad. ',,  "Mr. Cleveland." said a Princeton  lecturer, "had little sympathy with the  rush and hurry that Ihe American  ��� business man so complacently affects-  no sympathy with train and boat die  tation, with the lunch table telephone  the letter phonograph and the otht*.  bluffs.  *' 'Don't rush so,' Mr. Cleveland once  said to me. 'Lightning might do a  great den? more il* It wasn't always In  such   an   awful   hurry.'"  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Burns,   etc.  There is no policy like politeness,  and a good manner is the best thing  in the world to get a good name or  to supply  the  want of it.  The More Notable.  "Which would .*.ou call more notable  the prima donna's debut or her fare  well?"  "Her farewell     Wouldn't you?"  "Don't know that I would.    She can  make but one debut."  One Thing Left.  Klderly Uncle���Spent your entire pa  trimony, have you,--Archibald?. Gone  Ithrough everything? Scapegrace Neph  ew���Yes, ��� uncle; a everything but th?  bankruptcy court.���Chicago Tribune. .  A woman, may not .be'.logical when  ehe undertakes to argue, but. If she Is  only pretty enough that doesn't make  any..-> earthly , difference. ��� Somerville'  Journal.' ���' , ;"  The Missing  Feature.  "That meadow scene looks far from  natural," declared the stage manager.  "What can ail it?"  "Begosh, I believe It's the absence of  advertising signs!"  Repeat  it:���"Shiloh's Cure  will  always cure my coughs and colds."  Arose to the Occasion.  A successful fcchoolteacher married  a wealthy widower. Tlie man had  lived alone with his servants since  the death of his first wife. On .tho  morning after the bride's arrival in  her new home the cook appeared for  orders. Now, the little woman wa3  far more familiar with the classics  than-with roasts nnd stews, and she  was not a little dismayed when Mary  innocently put  the question:  "An' how will ye have the beef  cooked, mump"  For the meie^t instant she hesitated. Nut for a fortune would she  have the old seivant suspect her absolute, ignorance of cookery. But  her years in the schoolroom had hot  been in vain. ' Calmly and sweetly  she   answered: '.-.'.  "You may cook it 'your: way-tp-'day,  Mary, and then another tiihe you  can  try  my way:" - .'���'.'    -.-  And the cook went downstairs w.itt  a.-high- opinion of her Mew .-mistress.  ������ '' ".    ' .' -.-''-   ,  '  the  entire  revolution  in one second,  a a quarter   at   a   time.' '.     .    ' Tn   'a  stop-watch of this ,sort the four hands  last  described   may   all . be   brought  back   to   zero i at   once,     It   may    be  ^imagined    with    what   precisipn    tti'e  construction, must be carried out.that  this may be done.    ..' . ' Practically;  stop-watches "without the 'overtaking'"'  and 'lightning' hands,are used.    '.    .  and '"even  these  give  trouble enough  to   repairers' of  watches.    . " .    *.    ,A  third complication 'in'' watches is the'  calendar.    Every one��is now familiar  with   watches .that  show  the May  of  the   month   and   the   phases' of - the'  moon,"' for _ they- may  be  obtained  at  all   the ^sh'ops'i'at   low'-prices.-    This,  type (jf calendar  watch  is 'old.    The ���  perpetual - calendar,-  which   is .quite  complicated, "date's  'only    from "18607  There  are  two  systems.    Tn  one the  .month-dial-'has' forty-eight  divisions,-  which    facilitates    construction."  Tn  the  second,  called, the, twelve-month  calendar-   .',   .     .'.'the   month-hand'  makes, .tsj-reyplution, hi one year instead* di "four'syears,* -Vhicli" taakes  it.easier," to read. ',>The" hands change,  place'   at- midnight.     Calendars " arei  also .made . with"'openings,    through  'which the numbers",indicating month  and day are'shown    ...   The lunar  pha.ses* are   shou-ii'  by , means   'of    a  wheel   of  fiity-nine   teeth,   which"' in-  / volves an error of ninejiours a year.  | The   mechanism   of  calendars  should  receive ,special ,care.     Their" working  requires     considerable     power,     and.  this   is   why,   in   most   non-perpetual  calendars,   the   moon   obstinately   refuses to budire."  ' .There care still,   we  are told,  more  complicated      watch-movements,      in  which    all    the    features    described  above   are   combined.     For  instance,  the writer tells of a  watch that is at  once a repeater, a  "chronograph" or  stop-watch,   and   a   perpetual   calen-,  dar.    A mechapUm .such as this consists    of    no   le^s   than   552   pieces,  pierced  wilh  752  holes  and  held  together by 177 screws, some of .which  are  not   more    than    0.3  .millimeter  (about   1-80 rinch)   in   diameter.     He  'describes   also   an   astronomic   watch  constructed    by   Paul   Ditishefm,    on  whose   dial   appear   hours, , minutes,  seconds,  lunar  phases,   da\-s   of   the  month, the time of, sunrise and sunset,   and   a   device   for   showing   the  equation  of  timo. - The   writer   concludes :  "In such complicated pieces cf  mechanism it is evident that all 'the  wheels cannot be arranged in one  plane. They nnst be disposed in  layers, which of course makes the  watches thicker than usual.  "At the last competitive exhibition at the National Physical Laboratory at Kew. England, there were  eleven complica'ed watches, among  others a repeater giving the minutes,  with a stop-watch attachment, made  bv Stauffer nnd Son," of London,  which obtained 89.7 points in a possible hundred���a ve.r3* good result.  At the same laboratory in 190-1 the  fiim of Golay. of London, had a watch  of this class with an absolutely extraordinary number of points, namely 03.2.    ...  "It would certainly seem that  chronometric precision had obtain  its maximum in mechanisms of this  kind, in which weak sprinc-motors  succeed in operating second-hands,  under the control of the osc.ipemcnt  with such accuracy that the variations observed during six months  do not depart by one-half second  from the straight line representing  ideally  perfect  running   _  "To reach such truly extraordinary  results in actual manufacture there  are two essential elements toward  which the constructor's whole attention should be directed: these are the  quality of the metals used���', and the  perfection ofl' the gears. These two  elements become .increasingly important as the number of pieces entering  into the construction is more considerable. To their absence we must  attribute most ot tho faults of watches  of, inferior quality." .'"���  several court officers were present  One of .these the next day guve.Abdirl  riamld a verbal report of tbe exhlhi  tiomof magic- which a dervish provided  after the tdlnner.'r "In .a most wondor-  ��� ful way," he said, "this practicer of  black art swallowed silver, spoons in  rapid succession." , c  "Do you consider that 'wonderfulT  Interrupted the sultan. "The" feat of  swallowing silver spoons is. as nothing  to the,feat which'nassan Pasha, the  minister of the'navy.'used to perform.  He .swallowed entire "ironclads appar-  ently without any trouble." i  ,a.Hassan Pasha was notorious for the  barefaced audacity with which he di-  vertedt moneys-granted for new ships  to his own use.     ���   them The trial will be inexpensive  and the result will be another customer for this excellent medicine. So-  effective is their action, that manv  cures can certainly be traced to'then-  use where other pills have proved in-  Pffpcf-ivo .      ' r <  --V7tv|g>  f 14.-1 r  -     ,   -.'^-ij   *  7   ' ii_i% "7':��  " ��� ^-Ti',- .,<>''  '' v - A, ' >'. K-  effective.  For���stings or bites of. anv  kind  of  insect   apply   dampened   salt,'   bound  tightly over the, spot.    It will relieve '  and ; usually   cure  very  quickly.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere   r  For headaches bathing' behind tlie  3ars.,with hof.'water* often proves of  immense benefit.   ,  ���  ,, *"     A  i   -       Repeat,,  it: ���i'Shiloh's- Cure will' always  ,curert my 'coughs   .an'd% scolds."  A  satisfactory' floor   covering,   par- "  'tiicularly   for   children's -rooms',, .is ^a ���  plain  cork  carpet,  with  a few-wash-'"  able rugs in tints to match the .walls -  and draperies. /.        ,  The'Boston .boy   baby   contemptu-'  ously" rejected   the   alphabet   blocks  that   some  -mrsreguided   western  k relative had-sent him as a present.  t The MaeGillyiuddy. "' ,,  It was assaying' of that interesting  and bulky member'of'' parliament, The  O'Gorman. Mabon,)* that, there were  only three Individuals entitled to the  ���prefix ^the." _, They were-himself, the'  pope and the���well, the*gentleman who  ls rarely mentioned iu polite' society  He forgot, "however, Tbe -MacGilly-  cuddy of the Reeks, whose fifty-sixth  birthday occrrrred recently.    He Is.- if  ^descen^'0^?", fT- chieffa'n / '  "Of nil the intellectual "diversicWr  and   descendant  of   Irish ( kings.     He   he  exclaimed,   "playing  on   words   is -  owns no longer that fine chain of Ker-   absolutely   and     unquestionably     tho"  ry  .mountains   known   as   the   Keeks./most  trivial.''���Chicago-Tribune,  although he retains  the title and also/  a  residence of the  same  name.    The  surname   MacGiliycuddy   dates   from  ancient    Homan   Catholic   times   and  means tbe son of tbe servant (or devotee)    of   St   Cuthbert,    whose   name  "Cnddy" ls an affectionate diminutive.  The wives of The MacGillycuddys, as  of  other   feudal , Irish   chiefs,  are' always , distinguished    by   the   title   of  *inadam."��� St: James', Gazette.    -  1 .   X: -.{y.'.'JUi!  t.   -. ,v 4,     Ib&s.  - ��� hi,,"*1,- \M?,k'  "_ vyxyy^W  S.tlf..  'ill"  ',' X4rl  . '. ..  �����-'-,; !i).-HL  A,   , f.'-VJt  '     .    '-     Tf-i   c     .    A  Leonardo's "Last Supper."  At the request ol* many artists A. L.  Wolynski, the Russian art critic, has  been made an honorary citizen of Milan In recognition of-his work on Leonardo-da' Vinci. Tbe letter In which  the '.'unusual honor" Is mentioned in  Pigaro speaks also of the process by  which Professor Lur'gi Covenagbl  bopes to arrest the disintegration of  Leonardo's "Last Supper." "The whole  surface of the great fresco in Santa  Maria delia Gratia," says the writer,  "is a series of flakes which represent  the painting, and every flake that falls  Is so "much of the masterpiece. Cove-  naghi is using a transparent glue with  which he hopes to fasten ail the loose  pieces to their original places, and  when that laborious task is completed  the cleaning of the picture may take  place. Even when restored tbe fresco  will be only a reminiscence of the artist and w ill not show whether he  painted the central figure with or without a beard."  Canton flannel gloves are useful fo '  save *he hands when doing housework,and do not become unpleasantly  haid, like rubber. Tf sevetal .pairs  of the Canton ilannel' are kept there  may  be  clean  one.-,  for each day.  .���V.i  --"' i  -V V  ���'   X-  r'%,1  'I ,fe"'f|  I  ,.''ll  .'-VI  ' Snraky.  Magistrate���Sueaky sort of man?  What do you mean, sir? Witness-  Well, sorr, he's the sort of man that'll  never look ye straight In the face until  your back's turned."        ��� ' '-.    .  Richest Family, In Europe.  It  is  not  generally  known  that tne  Imperial family of Russia is the richest royal family in Europe and derives  Its vast wealth from three sources -the  state   treasury,   the   imperial   domains  (formerly   church   lands)   and   the   so  called  "cabinet  properties."   A   writer  In   Harper's Weekly gives some Interesting facts.   The state treasury pays  out ?7,000,000 [)or annum for the needs  of  the imperial  bouse, principally  for  tbe   maintenance   of .the   palaces  and  'he officials and servants,attached to  hem.  The reigning empresis, for example,  has an  allowance of S100.000 per  ,-ear   and   the'   dowager   empress   the  same.    Every   child   born   to  the  czar  receives from birth to the age of twen-  ty-orie nearly Sai.OOO a1 year, while the  "leir to the throne receives annually, in  ���ddirion to the,maintenance of palaces,  <r.0.fino    Dninilitp'rs receive a dowry, of  1.000.00(1 rubles when they marry."  took for flie label"  Stanficld's Underwear  comes in three weights  for winter wear.  And you can get jiisl  the weight you want by  looking for the label  on every genuine  Staniield garment.  Red label���light weight  BlQ��� label���medium weight  Black label���heavy weight  -J!  ft  i -i  STAlVnELBS  ldzjtio),  TRURO,  s.  13fa'  Glass-Making Marvels. ���'".'���  ' A machine has been introduced recently which can be built to produce  either the narrow or,wide-necked, variety of bottles at an extraordinary  rate. , Its capacity is estimated at  twelve bottles per minute, and one  man can look after three machines  at the same time. The speed of the  machines is not sufficient for. them  to run hot; they can therefore be  operated for twenty-four hours every  day, which makes the output about  360 gross of bottles per day at a labor  expense of three rner* on eight-hour  turns or two on twelve, '    ��� -,  Forces a- Discharge.  "The Japanese servant has many; curious traits." said the man who keeps  one, "besides his constant habit of eating raw fish, but he is inordinately po-  lofe, as a rule. : For instance, he never  will give you notice that he wishes to  leave you. Instead his work will grow  steadily worsp and worse till you can't  stand it any longer, and so you fire  him. It's always done purposely to  avoid the necessity of telling you outright that he is tired of ;-��u and wants  to quit"  SPECIAL    TO    GRAIN    SHIPPERS.  .It takes years to learn the best methods of handling grain. We, have hod  thirty years' experience handling  grain in this countri', have a branch  office at Fort William and close busi- .  ness connections at ail grain centres.  Ship your grain through us for  prompt returns and good services.  References, :|TJnion   Bank   of   Canada.  Manitoba   Commission   Co.,  Grain    Exchange,      Winnipeg,      Man.  And  PENMANSHIP fh^-^'���t  1 e liium P liy, iiitti nil  btwines-i piibjecls thoronclily . tni'Rlit Wrtta  for pttrttciilnr... Cutalocui-ii fn.-e. .liltlrrsj  W I.NNMI-Kli Hi; S I "-." K S .*��� COI.l.KliE,  oor. .I'ortaKtiArc. anil Kurt St, Wl2,">'U��Eli.  G.   W-7 DONALD,   Manager  Principal     for   Fourteen     Years,;  'ii  ��#*'������  SbK..-'-  iiWx  'Sll7  W.    N.    U.    No     712. tl    J. P      J'  - i' ..-  111"  ���' Sr  ,' 'I,S  "     THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLOMBIA.  THE ffiOIIE LEADBR.  *.��'���  .p$7  '*;, v*  i Jr    -.  P iblieibed jn the interest of tbe peopb  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  '. ' ^.,^^'!r:'���^*".-.  .'t �����#��� ;.^-;  i *���.-!,' <J "i - rt**--' ���.!-  R J. SMYTH, PCBLlSJIKR.  .-��'  -fctjj  V'  ���',-n.i  -Vi  rvtPt  J1. ���*���*.���  ;** :'.  ttt .v, **  fii  -ii!c '*ti.��  0/2,^  y��<X7i ....  * ���   ��� ���     ��� ���  $2..00  il  it", s. i.^'.-vii . ,'V.  ' .**- "���&���   A") >'-;'-s%.  SATURDAY, OCT, 31, 1008.  Goodeve is a winner.  n r f  Tempieman-is   down  and .'out.  How will you havo your oysters  served?  Hang ou to your pate and your  temper tonight.   This   is    Hallo-  wu'on,     t,  ���  ,      , ��r     J* -Aft-1 ty  I.'j'--,i���!f';f'!,Sl'1.'5t?  if-^W"'.^^-.'^  "i,tU',^m*'J,i  I .?*,����'iX!f' I  Politically speaking, the "13-  l.vnd" did an acrobatic stunt that  ���was a poach.   ,  .a*"'* ^C  (JT?     .-.-fi --.  ' Men  who are in  the habit _of  betting hats  on  election' usually  ' wear the small s-izes.   '     !  f ', i<r.       i,' iBiJi.     , -��  r. tyted#k/Mii " ��� -  *  ���"?5.-'f|,'ir>iip,i-,t-��-  The     Liberals    can  p.      t  boast    of 'that, '-solid  ftric'sh Columbia.     '  no   longer  seven"  in  NOl'lcE  T ike uotice that. I intend to ap  ply t<�� tha superintendent ot Pro  vinci.il Police  after  Thirty  day  from the flrst publication   of  thi  uotice for a renewal of my licenci  oo sell intoxicating  liquors  by re  tail on the premises known as tin  'International  Hotel," Kingsgatt  B.C.  October 22nd, 1908.    Albert Mutz  \  NOTICE  Take notice that I intend to apply to the Stipprintendant of Pro  vincial Police at'cer Thirty days-  from the fi.-st publication of this  notice for a renewal of my licence  co sell intoxicating liquors by, retail on the premises known as the  -Iiiternarional Hotel," Moyie.  Oct. 22nd, 190S.      William Kydd.  Winning three out of five seats  in B. C. is not a. bad record for  the Conservatives."  *. '��  "'.i-fJuiV'"'^  "���   I* ; {. '  ,'   There would be a' demand for  '30 new houses'* in  Moyie  if they  t '  ���\vere built   > .  I.l2i^.i*. r,. . i"  IE -J . . l VVafl' ua-fu  Pi*'   C,   .VJ'i'-*'J?S  I- ^ t^*TJ'���&'���* J*  17 '*'      * ��� ^'m'^frff ��� ���  V     *- i'-^^i&ff'** ' ���  \ "''''^a-r^j*'?1'     '*  ��    Hawthonthwaite is out of a job.  He should have'heeded' the^' fable  a\ r *  ', of the dbg and, the shadow-.  NOTICE.  Take notice that I intend to ap  ply to > the Superintendent of  Provincial Police" after Thirty  days from the first publication  of this notice for a renewal'of niy  licence to sell intoxicating, liquor&  by retail^ pn' the premises known  as the Central Hotel in Moyie.  October'22nd! 1008.  Victor Desauluier.  .  'kotice.7  Take notice that we intend to  apply to the .Superintendent of  Provincial " Police after Tliirty  d-iys from'the first publication of  this notios for a renewal of our  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by1 retail on the premises known  as the Cosmopolitan-Hotel, Moyie;  October 22nd.' 190S.     .  Frank E. Ransome,7 ���  * Alex Campbell.  ;t    Joseph's   Convent.  NKI.SON.B   C.  hoarding and Day Sciiool ro-aduct-  -d by Uie Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  3. C. Commercial and business  -iniroeKft spi-'cialty. Excellence .and  <wift progress char��cte��i*e each de  .Hrttnent. Parents should write for  .ftrticular8. Oue month assures the  .ublic of the thoroughnew of the  listers'.methods of teaching. Ternif  '���omm nee January, April and Sept  Duplin are admitted duriuu t-ern--  FRESH AND  Meats.  Butter  CUBED  AKD  Eggs  P. BURNS k CO  " -M0TIE,'B7.a  ���: 1%^-JUIf *>.-,&��tti r'(  '.m*\ -a- v.'1*.  M-^f'^^'  >i.��i.'?'-VE,iJ-i--���  ���The Leader,' has received, a  splendid litho of Premier McBride,  the" gift of' the Vancouver Daily  Province, . -..(.--  *       NOTICE  " Take notice that I intend to apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police after Thirty,  days from the , first publication  of this notioe for, a renewal of my  licence tb sell intoxicating liquors'  by retail on the premises, known  as the Moyie Hotel, Moyie, B. C.'  October 22nd, 1908. . / , -',. , _ v 1  > ' '     -P. P. Johnston./  T. T. MoVHtle.CK.,        P h. S. H. V. rarkar.'C  McVITTIE & PARKER  ',   ����� s  "  Provincial Land SoRVFA'iyq  '���      >    ' -     ', ii>   ,  KAIL WAV   *   MINING, KNGlKEEttING  -" '���  ' Estimates. Furnished." '  , ���;   *    offices' - -,   -,  . " - c. -  Fort Steele P.O. Box .25.    ,���.   J(  ' . ,      ,-     ��'f  i . i  Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11,  I: 0. 0. F.  Wlldey !.<><1B�� jr"* **"  Vleets Tuesday evienings in ^t'Gre';0'"  hall   on   Victoria  street.   Sojournm*  Odd Fellows cordiallv invittd.  Henry Sait ��� F. J- Smvth,  . . Noble Grand.  Secr'y.  Shoe Repairing  Mining  Shoes  Hade to Order  St. Kueeue Lodge No- 3?-  K. Of P.  Meets every Thursday  evening'  in   McGregor  hall at -8 f'clock.   Vie-  iling brothers inviled.  H. C. LlVESLEY,   7     '   E- A* IIlLL  Chancellor Com.    r K.B.andS,  Moyie  No,  Miners'   Union  71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. ���   Sojourning   members  are cordially invited to attend.  Malcolm-McNeill - Thos. E., Kelly  Secretary  President."  '���     - n           Harvey,    McCarter  &  , ^Macdonald. .,-  1 Barristers,'Solicitors,'Notaries, Etc  J      '     *     '    '   '., '  Cranbropi:.   - ^ -   Bs C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO    ', ESTAUUSUED ,86:  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000  R. A. SHITB.  SUOBMAKER,  MOYIE, ���  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  B. C.  w. f; gurd,  ''-''.' I  ' ,        , ".  .   BAItniSTEK, SOtJCITOBAKTO  ��  "* *r  CRANBHOdk.    ,*'-7  B. C  ^ C;:Hvp.IXNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  ( ,^_���'.,|-w,d,*���,',,,*  ,    Cranbrook, B. C.    ,  BUY YOUR  i'^V ���--���' '  ?y-c  * iH'i'y ���j-ir-.'M'ji  Ay A-^ki  Only last week a "man "Was frozen,to death while caught out in  a blizzard in "Sunny Alberta,";  What's in a name.  ,.*  r \. yfc ..  ., ),!i> a, i. .  F'H. Sherann, who ran in  Calgary as  a .Socialist,  lost  his  de-  "' '-* i'***i  posit.     Straws     indjovte  way the wind is blowing.  whiph  ,i'-VM.'\  ir,* -. it.'  Some sotnd pLi'osopLe**, name  unknown^ says; '"Uheerfulness ia  the rubber tire of tha wheels of  life's "vehicle,"1 Tt breaks the jolt  on the rough places in the road of  life."  Wi ^TheStbryofaHedidne:    <��� ,1  ' ItBiiafl��i��---*QoVian M��ilca.riMscorrery��.  vas suggested by one of Its most Import *  Sitt. and v��}imWe' Ingredients ��� Golden '  Seal root' - . ' - j  . Nearly.for^y ?^�� JVgo,*.Dr. Pierca di9t  covered-th?t be Qonld, 07 tJl8 use of pu*e. ,  triple-fcfioa4 glypctino, aided, by a certain degree Of constantly maintained ,  heat and with the aid.of apparatus and  appliances designed for that purpose, extract from our most valuable native medicinal roots their curative properties  much' better than by tho use pf alcohol,  so generally employed. So the now worldi  famed "Golden Medical Discovery," for  the euro ot weak stomach, ln4lgesUonI-or t  dyspepsia, .torpid liver, pr mliouBness ana  kindred derangements was first made, as  It ever sinie has twin, without & p&rticle  of alcohol ih its malV-up. ��  A glanceVatjOb^iuH ��st of its IngredW  ents, printed off~Dve>v bottle-wrapper,  will sbmy ^at it fs taach- from the most  valuable medicinal rootsVound growing  in our American  foresfe>J All these in-  _tl& (&Af-  ���tV* *w-'  t,.i^iS'     ��>V*��*T  R^V'^i"-^!.  <r-  w>  '.**. '>,  f k 'J   'V  >"  Nelspn News;���Perhaps Mr.  Smith Curtis is sorry now that ho  postponed the election  in  Koot r  nay  taken    his    medicine     with    his  freiuds, Hon. Williafn Tern pieman,  Mr. W. W.  B. Mcln'nes  and Mr.  Jlobert Jardine..  Tot acco 3.  fbom:  A B. Stewari7 & Co,  -THE-  ra!  w_qS^Tg!E  laeduri wh  edira wliqjf|f-niT|mpndjthpni itsthe ypr.  1  ich  "ESS  been compiled by Dr. R. V. Piorcc, of  Buffalo, N. Y., and will bo mailed free to  any onp asking same by postal card, or  letter addressed to tho Doctor as above.  l?rom  these endorsements, copied   from  standard medical boolcs of all the different schools of practice, it will be found  . that the ingredients composing the "Gold-  He might iust as   Well  h&vp   en Medical Discovery? are advisol not  6       J only for tho core of tho above mentioned  diseases, but also for the cure of all catarrhal, bronchial and throat affections,  .accompained with catarrhal discharges,  hoarseness, sore throat, lingering, or  hang-on-couehs. and all those , wasting  affectioas which,  IX  not  promptly   and  firopcrly treated are liable to terminate  n consumption.   Tako Dr. Pierce's Discovery in timo and persevere in its use  until you give it a fair tria) and it is not  Have ' conditions* in   this  pro-   likely to disappoint.   Toomuch most:not  * , be expoctod of It.   It will not perform  vince been better or worse since a ft'���^���"^ ^^tin^lL  Conservative adminstratiin as- *g�����^*[����>g��&lead UJ>to  summed the reins of oOice? And |  yet the Liberals have the audacity to contend that theirs is the  only p<vrty fit to bs entnnted  ���with the task or government.���  Paily Colcni-t.  DESADI.NIEK     BROS.   Fop��. |     ,  Larue sample room in connection  with house for ccmniercinl men. Be  of accommodations. ,    ,  Headquarters Jor   Com-  ti'       mercial and Mining Men.      --  Q 'EENS   AVENUK, MOYIB, Tl. 0  fcOTICE  CIMNfOOOK LAND DISTRICT. DlfaTRICT  OF KOOTENAY. ' , -.    >  TaKE nolice that Ulinrlcs C. Fnriell, of  \lo;ie, B. C.'oecuuutlon Miner l.Keud.i, to ap-  i.ly for -icnnjisioii to purchase the following  deacriboil lands-���  Comme.H ing ��t a post planted on the north-  enst corner of Lot No. 3001, Group One (1),  Kootenay District; thence eaht MO chains;  rlienr-e south 4!) chains; tlieuco west -10 chains;  thence north 10 chains to point of commencement and containing 1C0 acres more or less.  -   CIIAULESC. FAIU'ELL.  Dated Sep lomj-e*- 13th, 1908,  DR7T.-JB. MILES,   :  Cranbrook, . B, C.  George B Thompson,  '    .   *.B4KR?STKRi SOLICITOR  " '--   -     . ,tary-Public, *c.   , '-  *-'British Columbia*  CRANBROOK.  W, R. 3EATTY  - Embalmer and Uodp;tflVei"i  v       *���   *    \   '  1,.    '    iCPANBROOK  Phone 9.  INTERNAXIQNAL   -  HOTEL.     ;        :  . r.  '        -   >���?,   - -  This hqtp| is' now under  new  .,,* ' management, and is first class  in'every' respect..' .v..., -,>   -. >. ,  WHEN' IN  CRANBROOK  B.E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSAQED At ALL BRANCHES  pffftfTQ   AND   MONEY  ORDERS sold, and money transferred by  telegraph or .letter, ,  COLLECTIONS made in' all parts of Can&da and in foreign countries.,  FOREIGN  BUSINESS.    Cheques and drarfa'on the United States,   I  '' Great Britain and other foreign Countries bought and sold. ^   ;[  CRUNBROOK BRANCH-    ,. "    ,'..'    '    E.T. 8RYMHEB,  Property for Sale ^  IN ALL PARTS-OF TOWN  ��� ,>.*.-.',-  & I '    O ' ,       " , ,,        '  ..   i Insurance', Real  Estate; Collections.  *"     , r      * <���   *        r ' ' _______________________   <l '      <  X     " I' _, '=*'  K. n. SMALL, 5lan��S����*.  Good rooms, good tables and', bar  and   first class sample rooinB.'   ^  Wm- Jewell  Express and General ,i-Delivery   Business. ,��� Livery   and  Feed, Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  Far gale y  -   ,- Leave Orders at   s~     * _ - *  * -.Gwynne's Store: ' *- ��� '. ?A  j,f  ,'" British Co.umbia  Mtiyie", ,'  B. E. TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria StreetV-'      '        MOTIF.  \. !*. ���  U(.  .4  .!..>'  Wx  i.-yy?!:.  :'Wx  m'-,  m  ���Usui  Ay  ..iit-7  ���;&<  \-  yyy  NOTICE.  /T.iliG notico that we intend to  Ripply to the Superintendent of  jprovincial Police after Thirtj-  4'tys from the first publication of  this notice for a renewal of our  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by retail on the premises known  as the Kootenay Hotel, Moyie.  (October 22nd. 1908.  McTavish-fc Camerpp.  NOT. CI3  Take notice that I intend to ap  ply to the Superintendent of I?ro-  iviacial Police after Thirty da.y--  from the first publication of thi.-  nor.ice for a cransfer from myself  to Ransome it: Campbell of my  licence to sell intoxicatinc: liquois  by retail on the premises known  ^s tbe osmopol^an Hotel, Moyie.  October 22n-l. 1908.  Jrjarrj II. Dimock.  NOTICE.  ORANHOOOK  LAND   DISTlliCT,   DIaTRlCl  op EAST KOOTENAY.  TAKK notice that Cambrian Mining compaii-.  r.iinite.l with head olllce at Moyie, B. C. or  oupadon Mining Company, iute'inls to appl  foi periiiis--lon to  purchase the  followinj;  det  cribed lands'���  fOtnirfeuciiigttt a po^t planted on the Ea--  boundary ofljot 7002, Groupe 1, Kootenay Di;-  t-ict, II. C,2U feer south 19 degrees 53 lalni.U  w-st from the North East corner of said lu  700*; thence --outh 19 degrees 61 minutes -net  along Fast boundary of-.aid lot 70G2, -119.1 led  1 lici.ee Fust 3n2 feet io the high �� ater mark o  lower Mojic Lake, tl.eii,*e fullow ing the Ingl  ��uter mark of loue. Sloyle Lake in a northerl*.  direction a distance of -110 2 foot more . or le?  ro point of eommeucement,, containing 1.7  acres more or less.  Gi.#llRlA.ii MININO   COMPANY, LIMITED  <^I,9N-PERSO>-AL LIABILITY)  Chas. A. if acKay,   A gen  DATE September, 3011k 1908.    ,'  ''-.'.' i-jr.QTicp.  SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KOOTENA"  LAND DISTRICT. DISntlCT OF EAST KOO'l  ENAY.   ,-     ���  TAKEnottc.e that William IjjwKon and Joh*  Wurschmitt of Moyie. B. p. o^cunalion, min  ers; intend tp^pply .or pern, i. sion to purehas  (heiollowlng deserlbetl l*.nds:���  Commencing at a post planted at the Xort'  East corner of lot ��12,1 thence twenty chain  west follt.i. inifl-lie isq��1, iouwiiiry pf said lo-  theoce.eighty c.hai.m north ipiore or less to tli-  sou(h -boundary of G. B. I'ov��cll's timber 11 tn 1  Hieuoe t.weuAy.*i>j��.iJis east ii^orc OflcnK to tli  nesta.hore of t^e G��'tl��r Movie Lake lliem-  following fv-ld wesl shore se.ilhwards to th  point of conimencemcut.  WILLIAM LAWSON,  jnirs* wr'Kscil.MiTT.  DATED Scpteaobcr 21st, IMS  '     - NOTICE  CKVKBROOK L^ND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  IF SOUTH EK*." UIVISION KAST KOOTENA Y.  TAKE notice thai I, J.   Vt. Fitch  a?ent for  ojii-.il I.. Kiteh of Moj le. If. C oc.-upation  tirekcei er Intcm-.s to apply for permis-ion to  'iircbase the following /iefurib-d laod:���  Cuuitneni.I.ig at a pott planted 20 chains  <t,\<lh of the North west corner of preemption  i.M W. L. Mered.lh Altlridge H. C th^nue porth  10 chains; thence cast 10 chains: tlieuce south  10 chains: thence west (0 chains to point of  -ommenrcment, nnd contalnlsiT orje hundred  md sixty acres, more or lexo.  IjOUI=*A L. FITCH7  l^:r J. W. Fitch.  RATE September 2J, 1908.  NOTICE.  (RVNBROOK LAND JjIS^glCT, QISTKICI  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION f-^UT (COOTKNaY.  TAKE nolice that I Hcury J. Cooper nt Moyie  t.C. occupation Blacksmith, Intends l/J at.ply  'or permission to purcb��p tljc fallowing de��-  tribed laudp.  Commcnciije at a post plante<l    oo the   west  ���ahk of the JIoyi.e river about 1^0 yards soutb  if the Little Moyie riyer, .hence jy.est 10 chains;  hence North 80 chains; thence East   60 chains;  noreorless to Moyie river, thence south  aloug  iver bank to point of commencement, contain-  ng ICO aces more/Or less.  .-.'���������. HENRY/.X'OQPKR.  iept. Hth. 1908.  NOTICE.  CRANBROOK LAND IjISTBICT. DTSTRICT  1FSOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KAQTENAY.  TAKE noiiee that I Win': McDongcll, of Moyie  1. C. occupation Mine Surveyor, Intends to ap-  ily for permission) to purchase the following  lescribed land.:  Commencing ot a post planted 91- .ho . Jjorc  ���f Moyie Lake abgut fi ye ch^in. df^taiit in a  outh Westerly Alt ee. lift} from the North West  -irner of I>ot N.p. 7{i8 The j^ake Shore mineral  ii.ims, thence .wcst^O chains.; i_lien.ro .Qiltli 20  IikUis; thence e��s,t 20 ch^dns: thence northerly  Otdfains to point of commencement, find cou-  ilmng 40 acres, more or less.  WILLIAM MjiDOUGALL.  . ted Auaust 12ih. 19DJ.      .  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a stylish, up  to' date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guar ate e  all  Our Work.  Cleaning, repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  C. A, FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. C  Geo. R. Leagk & Co.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Work is  our  A4vertisement  B.C.  CRANBROOK  7 .&��   -  V. S. Liddicbat, Moyie, B. C.  OBTYOjUR  BREAD,   CAKES   AND  PASTRY  ,    PROM  Summers & Hamilton  / '     Lar|e -assortment*ofJ GO-CARTS and"BABY " tj  ' -"   J ?0ARRI4GESv 'Pfiys-jrjdWj^ p. ,    , '**-;  .... CranbfiooltSGb^^rativk    Stoi  jr^Amrm^hTiKATO ':TIIE  ��� ���tf   '   - -^-"'---"-"'-   -- i. .-w. ;...������*.-�����������."���-��v .        ���   ^j  SEND'TOUR'"'w6llK-:TO :THE  -KOOTENAY    "  ^':VStEAM'"    ���' -���'  LAUNDRY.  % ����� -1  NELSOl^  .    All White Labor.  L-^ve work with the ]ocal agent  A. B, STEWART,  *-," r 1  0   F. DE3AULNIEE ',    '  1  DEAIER IN  IE. OIL  PEOMPT  DELIVERY.  aueeris' Ave.    MQYIE  9���GO*9������������oee****Mm  1 MOYIE    HOTEL  P. F. JOHJf STOW  This Hotel is New- and well Furnished The  Tables are Supplied with the Best tto  Market affords. The, Bar is Filled witb  the Best Brands of Lig.iiors- a:nd CigaTS-  - .  ���-* '    '  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  '  AND MINING MEK    - *  ��� ���    - * .  MOYiB-1     ���.'_._'      _       _ _     .    ititirjsn colx;��bU|  RAILWAY  Excursion Rates  From MOYIE   to  Victoria, B. C. $22.85  Selling dates Sept.   10th   to  24th.  Final Return Limit, Sept. 30tb.  Nelson, B.C.   $4,65  Selling   (Jtites Sept 21st to  25th.  Pinal Return Limit Sdpt, 2(lth.  New   Westminster   or  yancouver.  Selling dates  Sept. 2/}  to  Oct 2,  Final Return Limit Oct. 7 th.  Corresponding Jates from other  points. Apply to local ticket  agents for berjth reservations, .etc.  . E.   McPHERSON", G. P. A.  Winnipeg,   Man.  T. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A.  Calgary, Alta.  oyie jpeer  As   mid- by tlie  present brewer   is   admittedly foi  Best Beer in Ernst Kootcrioy. With tho Best Malt ��'|  ho Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled [or quality.  IiiBiat on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer,  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  MOYIE, H*Cj|  ..A.DolIat saved'is,��  jhriied." Got boots at W|  An up to date stock of reliable an^  good fitting Boots and ��hoes,.^D^  a;nd Lumber boots to measure, ;r0  $8.00 up,  ]-y F. Q. LONG,  POST OFFICE BLOCK.  %m  Vt"3-iiS  K4W


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