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The Moyie Leader Oct 27, 1906

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Array ��� v   For   Engage  , merit and  Wedding Rings  W. H. WILSON, Cranbrook  H*��**����*i  /"  VOL. 9, NO 29  Genuine Bargains. . .  From now on wc are going after tbe sale of  ���S    ''"- " '. CLOTHING ���".'  *| ��� ' ,     Men's suits ,iii   ihe latest'styles and partem*,  }��   silk ' sewed- and  tailored finished;   easily worth'  tjjfo  $2{).00, we are'how sell ing for' $12 "60 '  ���^tv   '   - mails'.Mmi n'v. hlrnVLr 5Proro\m'ft.   drain*  '^m       Fl  J#   ^H^ ��3   fSr^V   t = .:-'U ���������..!.;,   M the .:,,v :,tort\  g%^brafey ag^gzjgs3gq ^ i- ,.,;,- ;,-,���:. "���                                            V.". ll. \V:L��0.\\ Cra -brook.  A   VMAB  LUMBER,CO., ;  PLAN BIG RUN  Spokane Lbs a coal famine.  $10.00,  , ,The true worth and real value of these'offers are  clearly and conv/nchigly for trade in the garment?  themselves." .   ��� " "-y   ' ,s ''   ,'        ���  t,We are gettingcro^yde&'for room   in- our   store  'for .winter,stock arid-'it is getting too late'" to  build  *k  so have decided- to.clear.put'the OJLQTM.ING   to  Afc   make'room for other goods."/      ���   "''' *, ���"-   '---    , ,  M     ��� ' ' * "     "        ���  '  "   " '  ' '       "  Four  Million Feet of  Logs Cut,    ;  Several Hindoos aru working in  vicinity of Fernie. ���'       r   -  Lie  MOYIE -WANTS  ' " A'BANK,'ETC  Tlie Intercoloninl   surplus   for   tbe  year will be $200,000.  DAI OK' LAMB GSEEE  Surah   Bernhardt,     the-   celebrated  French actress, is 02, years of age.  Ten Thousand Acres of Tim-  . ber Limits, or 15 Tears  ���     , / \',0uttim?.' ./-  ,;; f^Heri'''^efAdvised.ybu to buy,  " '; ���  ���North- SdaVi v-'Sullivah'. Nicola. Goal,-������the shares of  these'istocks ������^yero '-worth  '    4J- cents  '    *2^ cents   ' - �� cents"  .'jYoii can~eell these shares "to-dav for  ������   -,:'V,-."i-'.-  >',  i*k.'-.  -ft'  22 cents, ^ hi cents, t, *1T  Get in ,- now.  cents.  i.v.'  {  H  &7  .TToad'Ofllco   ,  ItAXBROOli.-  ��� y,'  , The Porlo .Rico. Lumber company  have approximately 4,000,000 feet -��� of  (1ogs already for"'heir next, sensin's run.  An efF.irt will be made l to!get about  half tliese logs down to" th* mill 'this  hill .for ^early spring cutting, \ybrk  has been going: along steadily all.'summer taking our logs 'and' building a  big duhi on   Lamb'-creek.   Thii'dam  ' Thursday', .November 29 h will be  Tlianksgiving , Day in the .United  States,'      .  Upton Sinclair ia establishing a cooperative colony at Englewood, New  -Jersey T    ,    , ���.   /i  , "Gonzigo .college in , Spokane ha."  cut out football. Claiming the game in  loo xongli.     ,'���___  , Luther Burbank,, tlie plant wizard  of California, nas crown ' and, apple  which is ewect on' one  side, and 'Sour  t-  oo the'other.    ,' "  Bank, Telephone and  Electic iigh'sg.  mi imm effoei  ���i     ��� i  ��ViT-/'i>*-,   Ji  'Jiklr^Jfl'  The  ivei  tn Health  inilocks  n  dfrticC  ilC'iie-i'ttii  drawer >vell packed  M'iili sea-oiia'.yk- uudyr-  v.'otir. '   '  FALL AND WINTER  ��� WOOLEN   UNDERWEAR  are, prjme 'requi-*ites to  .iVist in i?romotin^ a"nd  Mot Particular, as to '"Which  Sank   Lcjcatcs   in  tho ���  A mine nearGoldfielda was'recently  robbed of SSO.OOO' worth of ore by a  band of robbers. In. value so|ne of tbe  ore ran as, high as $50 per pound. ^  ''During the p?st year   the" Spokane  Typliograpbical Union lias'conlrlbhted  '.town.  \Y,o have a nice stock  gentlemen   who    want  keeping you heaUIiy.'  bought specially fur  .'���erviceablc garments ah no.t too high prices:  .Buy'what you need uoav and get the good of  them as colli woa'ther approaches  etril:e,fiiiid cf tbe.interc-ational uuioa  is about three mile. uplheWek from ^ HtUe over ^io.000  to the eight   lion  tlio mouth. "It is" 2ft> feet  ysade,  and r     '-" -    '-    -   - J -   "  in the bed of the river, has   a   It) ffoot  head.   It backs up'  the   water" for   a  distauce af jG-10   feet.     The,-dam   to  ��� - ,(���  M0YIE,;:B, G  *��� - . -<^f*r  I VV'-V^DON^PORGEt^'^;'- -������ ������  p to 20 to 'thcTigtU'plape wben,5vantirig vegetables.  "i   A    '      r*~~.C+*t-r*     T>Ar\4-a  T,iliY��riincf"PQr'oniT-.o' 'l"-"   -  date has cost' tbe" compiny ueirly  $2,300, but it stands almost completed.  Up this creek the company have limber limits to the extent of.10,000 acresj  and it is estimated they have about 15  years "cutting.' A���large ' camp with  good substantial buildings is near the  dam, and here about gp'��� men" are'at  present working."',Tlie men' have the  best ofi accommodilions. ' .'*-  - Dr, CorsaiT of Feruie reports that he  has 20 cases of typhoid fever "on 'hi.i  ha.ij.ds. , He attributes'^-the cause to  the unsanitary condition of  thiTto-vnl  Ericklayers'at Wallace/IdAho,. who  were gettniE'$8 50 a day/' arc quitting  and going to Portland, wheio the same  wages.are paid and the'cost'.of livjiig'  is cheaper.   r , '<  ', Tha Hindoos .landing at  Vancouver  are said   to' be   inexpressively ? dirty.  J: AvDewar.oI   Nelson  is  president   Wilh,'water all round them tliey  never  of theicompany, and���G- VVV Orchard  is secretary,, and-also resident manager,  of the Moyie mill.  u-'^  ���; riAlTTrcdli arid s6uridJand.priceSffig|(l^  ..H^  EksESES2t��2��2^2E^5S20ESS^' 2K3��53^S2S&s & \  3 , ,   ' ���        MOYIIC'S    LEADING    HOTEL.'      '''        '' %  indulge in a,bath; and"uhe use of soap  ia unknown to th^in." ' ���    ���'     '���..     *'  Moyie wants a bank,   '   '  Moyie wjuits a telephone sysU-fn,  Moyie'wanIs an electric ii^ht system.  ' .Moyie will strive until  she   gets   all  of these'necessities. - ,       -   , >  " A local bank id the first',and mui i  'Consideration, 'and tbe .people are ,_not  p.irticu!.ir which b.inlc it i*, XII either  the Imperial Bank of Canada -.oi tho  Canadian Bank of Chmmerse wish, to  locato lie're, all well, and gooJij, but' ii  hot, ticnie other banking concern will  be approached andjnduced to come.  ,. A moet.ir.g r��iu held in McGregor  hall last evtjuii!g,"and all present were  enthusiastic on the siibject ol securing'  batter acco'maioctations for the'toA-n.  At this meeting - K. Campbell-' was  .chairman and It. rA.'Hill secretary. A  meetiog of the board of trade .wijl be  held,in McGregor hall next W-jdnes-  day eve'uing, at which iiine"some definite a.ctidn    will     bo    taken.   There  should be a  good  attendance at   this  , i "  meeting,' "  r��r  i^���^  aci^a'cnern  -AND  - ESSSgSiEgzram?^^  LOCAL  NEWS.  fev\  Hotel Deal: at: Kingsgate:1,  k" D. J. Elmef has purchased the .Royal  hotel at KJDgsgatefrom^lJack. Swiiier-  tc'n.'ahd, wilh-t'ttke-^oasssMohyabotit -^rii'e-BarMiesrof some' of the' tencliera  November lst.<   Tho.cleal.also includes   in tbe\he'Spukau'e schools areas  low  The estimated population' oj-. the"  United States October 1 was'85,0lt,6o0.  and the"per capita circulation was  $33.0S, the .highest on record. .A year  ago'it was J31".3a.// ',   "? .',  "  e  The best of accommodations   .    . *  for .the Traveling ��ublic.:  ^ Largc'and Commodious Sample Rooms.' Billiard Rooms.  | "*      ' v '/ I        . *' . ' ' ,  gV   v. ' s     McMAHQW BROS,  Proprietors.  considerable 'viand, "r which takes in  practically the town'sito of Kingsgate.  Mr. S.wiunerton ii wmoving to iTacJetjil,  ��vbere<he has becomo interested in a'  big hotel.      ' ]  KingBgate is oa tho boundary line  on tho Spok.ine-Interaalional railway,1 and promises to be q.iite a busy  place after trains begin running.  - Mr."' Elmer intends giving 'up'the  cigar business shortly, aud >yill;"devote  his wlwle attention to looking after his  heiyly acquired interests.. His family  will remain in Mo3'ie for tbo present,  as $10 a month. \Souie of the'janitors  ol the   schools   are --paid   more'- than  -      ". rt IV  some of the teachers-.^        .... a       ,-  Owing 'to , thet blowing out of, the  Trail smelter, most^of the" men employed at the Snowshoe mine have  been laid off for the time being, Mana  ger Biesel ,now having but 15 or' 20  men employed.  Gone to Convention.  J. A. MacDonald left for Vancouver  yesterday to'attend the .Labor Party  conference, which meets there -next  Monday. Mr. MacDonald was'elected  as a representative from the Moyie  Miners' union.  >'C.:'B..C/''"-. CORSET  Is Out of Luck.  have  Paul Jensen's yacivnt bakeshop aud  store at Morrissey Mines,was destroyed  ^y lire s lew days ago. Paul estimates  his loss at $1,400,   with no insurance  We have secured these corsets for  Moyie, and would liko 'lo have the  ladhs' opinion of them. We have  them in styles and 'sise-s to fit*-all  figures at prices rknging from.Tocts to  $2.50.  Let us show them to you.  THE    LEADING  A. H  ladies; ahd MEN'S  FURNISHER.  Imperial Bank ot^a^a,  I   SAViNGiS'DEBAiRtMENT. k      J"  j.      ;".    Deobsits of $1.00 or upwards received.    .  '^   '������''  ;,'��� There is no  better iiivestment^thau a  Savings ���  A'' '.'���'-' .'������.���.���������     ..        .    .  3 .Bank deposit. '  I Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.  Z Interest--allowed at  current   rales   and  .coin  's .pourided' twice'k year.        k      '��� -      i  1   cr.anbe.ook; branq^:.  $ J..F'M.'-PINKHAI^i' "Manager.  . The t Alaska Steamship Co  purchased two large boats now running on the Great Lakes, and will  take them around Cape Horn and will  place them on the run between Seattle  and Alaska points. The two bjats  cost.f 500,000. !    i     0  Noble BiiTns of Trail,, whe, repre.'eo -  edTBritish Columbia at the supreme  lodge of the Knights of Pythias held at  New Orleans, wa3 elected supreme  master'at arms. He is the , first mm  irom .the province to receive an office  in the supreme lodge.  'vGronin Buvs Mines- ..  James Cronin has bought the ' Copper Cliff,'��� Copper . King,' - Pyrith ', and  Perth,' all'^locateji in, t'je Lsrdeap.j  The properties are said to be ' welf de-"  velbped"' and mo>t., promising.' Tiie  cSeal was riegotiateJ th'rottgti N.-J." Cav-r-  anaugb of j��at<lo.     - -' ,V    ~",''  A Lumber Scandal,  ���' s^a the suit'of a Fernie lumber concern brought against the Great Northern 3iy. for cHmages caused by a' fire  in clearing ;he right of way two years  ago, it was .iiowa ,that the cpmpanj  evidently keeps two sets of books, one  for themselves aud ' the- other to be  shown to the timber ' inspector, who  co'lects a royalty of 50 cents a thousand. 1}.iriog Apri , May and June  . in 1901 royalty was collected on 90C-  000 feet. Timber Inspector ��Mirt.iu  examined tho books'��iid.made a return  accordingly. The hooks now produced  iu courtshow the timber actually* cut  in those three montiis to .be nearly  2,000,000 feet. Martiu swore these  books were not those he had examined.  t  Accountant Bjultou swore he kue'V of  no other'books. Il ia likely an investigation will be heh1.'  In Eossland P, 0.  WE MAKE   IT A CUSTOM  as we a re  now  doing,  to advise  our  trade in advance of the arrival of  new  season's goods.    It   may   be  you  are  looking for a      ���    . - v  FALL OR WINTER OVE^QOAT.  .'./Perhaps you imagine the ptice may  bea shade too high.' If so, don,fc believe il. Prices are lower and. not  higher. Goods are better and not  poorer. Fancy suiitngs are handsomer and not homlier. It's your way  all tlie way through. We'll bo much  obliged for au order and hope to, see  you. '"  ' i.'  - -.  -  ���      _'".���;���  C. A. FOOT  MOYIE, B. O  Lord's Day  Alliance"  A meeting will be held on Monday  evening, October 29th, in McGregor  hall, in the interest of the Lord's Day  Alliance Bill. Musical selections will  be rendered1, and a geueral talk on the  working of the'biil will take place.  Tho order of the meeting will be:  Song, T. Sowerbutts; president's address, G. II. Findlay:  song, T. Jones;  address, J. Roberts r song , address,  T.  Sowerbutts;  soug,  T.   Sowerbutts  All cordially invited.    Time S p. m.  Th9~ Spokane-International.  It is uuoflioially announced that a  freight train lolt St. Paul ou the 25th  via. tbe Soo line aud the C. P. It. and  will run down over the Spokane-Itir  ternational to Spokane. The train  ia scheduled-to reach Spokauo No vein-  bey 1st. This wilUbe the first through  train over the new rout', '  Miss Lulu Crowe has accepted a  position in tlie Rossl.tnd postotlice,  and will leave for that city within the  next fews days to begin her tucrk.  Miss Cro7>e was assistant in the Moyie  postotlice for several years   and   gave  excellent    satisfaction.       Her    many  Moyie friends   are   naturally  pleased   son this woek co lferrin.;   with   G  that sho has secured a good position.  Had Good  ILuck.  A. W. Davis, niining engineer for  the St. Eugene and other properties of  the company, spent a part of the woc-k  at Kootenay L-iudtng. IL* had gord  luck, and succeeded in bagging 50  ducks and three ireeso.  Chas. Diamond is iu town for. a  days.   ' '"      '   , '     t      '  i  Hallowe'en' will be next Wednesday  evening, Oct. Si.    \M   ,t .        , ">  __   t  Order'your fall suit from Foote,   th'e  tailor.'    '    .       -      "'���'   ' "    ' '   .    ,    ' '  Cu'as.JFarrelUof Pinch "r( Station,   ia.  spending a few days in town. >  'Place you.- accounts in the, hands o'f  .Farrell <fc. Smvth for collection.'  ��� T. i    . ,  Chas. 0,'Xeil was :n. Cranbrook yesterday,. ''-."'  .   E O. Kun.71 13 spm.lin^ a'few days  over in/Trail.. " , ;  A. T. Clark is back from his'trip  up  intoj,he Bulklcy vaJK-y.       ���     ���''.,,  '- Scotty Hume   and 'Billy Koast   aro  iio?/ working at tbe Stiver  Cup'" mine  n&ar Fcjrgu'o'u!^ ,.- '   f '   ��������  '" 'FOR-SALE���House furnished complete, seven,'-"cords 'of vwo"od aud Go  chickens. Apply at 11ii3 office.  1 A son' w is ��� boin to-Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Hsndersou "'on ' Wedaesday  morning, Oct. 2J.Hi. -        -      ��� '  "  Adam Wander, mauiger ol the  Moyie,Brewery, was iu   Cranbrook   ou  .business Thursday.  W. P. White, superintendent of the  St. Eugene,  was  over   to    Nelson   on  .business this "yyjeek. ,  J. D. Gillis, inspector of schools fcr  the Kooteunyj and Boundary, was  here this week iuspepting the Moyie  school.  ��� The cylinder head of the mill engine  blrjw out Wednesday and the mill iu  consequence will be shut down fur a  low days..  Miss Edita Ilawke we'nt to Creston  yesterday to meet Mrs. Honry Stewart  (tad children, 'who" are coming to  Movie to live."  Mrs. F. J." McMaboj and children  and Mi.-s Annie A ttwood returned  Thursday from Kimberley, where they  were visiting the past two weeks,  Tom Kelly, former secretary^.of the  Moyie minors' uniou, ,, has" returned  frotn bis tauch in Alberta and is working in the'iv.ino.     , ��       '  J. A. Dswar, presideat of tho Porto  Rico Lumber Co , was oyer  from Nel-  W.  ''"   METAL '.MA'RKET. ���''���  Nkw oTuKK-^Bar ' silver, G9^ cents-  'Lead, $5.15.  '    -,   ' '      1       1 '  London���Lead, ��19 ]7a Cd <.  1 'Open^Air Treatment. ;    ',  ' , s  ���-��� __ tl      ^  The question of oul door  treatment  for'those    sulTjring  from ' puhnomiry '  (roubles has a'dvancid from the experimental stage to a place where  the vir-  iue andteCicaoy of such iredment   in'  the iunj iri'.y oi ca^sis'nnt U> bo questioned, says lhb.<'W,ishington,  I'D,   Co'  Evening     Star."    Drugs   play   but', a '.  mall p'ai't, .t says, in'the"warfare v between manlmd the baci-'lus of   tuberculoids.     ,.' ' ,.       ''''<< r, " '*.  Dr. Win. J. Manning, chi.-I   me'lic.il --,  .'       '. ' ,      ' ,.     .     - 1    . *-  inspector ot the .gnvprument   pfiuting  .  office at"-Washington" and,'who, byi'thu  way, is   a.  sun of   Mrs.   Mantling   aid'   i  a brothei* of Mrs. A. P:   Macdonald   of   l  - ,        f ' V , 11  Moyie, ha-> reoeut'v designed   a devija    '  which -p-ill prove���of  't;reat. benefit   to-  those in c.iircu1ii-��ta'irt'slvv;.i.!h will "not.  permit their changing olimataa as tLey.  would like '.o do.   .Tne.Hevico is a win-    '  dew    teut   i>o ^cona'rin-.ted   that   thv��'  patient sleepsiu   a room,  but has   all  "benefit of the fresh air from   the   oul-  side.thiouih   tlie   open   window.    A  plan of tbe de'.ice can be seeu   at. this  otli M.    Dr.   Mm.iing   aays   he  want-,  the pubiio to profit   by   his tnelhbd of,  treatment gratuitously.  A Thanksgiving Service.  The members of the Presbyterian  church held a Thanksgiving service iu  McGregor hall last Sunday - evening  It-?v. G. II. Findlay preached the ' sermon. Tlie platform was nicely decorated with houssplantd aud flowers,  the work being done under the supervision of Mrs. Manning. Rev. .Mr,  Sowerbutts, tbe Methodist parson,  closed his church thit evening, and  he and his congregation joined with  the  Piesbyterians.  Improvements at Trail.  Held Social Session-  An Awful Couch Cured..  !'Twu years ago our little girl/ had a  touch of pneumonia', which left her  with an awful cough. She had spells  ofcoughiug, just like one with the  whooping cough arjd sorpe. thought  she would nijt get.w'ell at all. We go,  a bottle of Chamberlain's Qiiugli Remedy , which acted like" ���' r.; charm.  Sho stopped couching and;got stout  and fut," writes Mrs, Ora Bussard,  Brabaker. 111. This rimedy is for  sale bv the Movie Drug So Stationery  Co.  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37 K of P.  conferred .the, third.rank on two candidates at their regular meeting Thursday evening, afier which tlu-y held a.  social session. There was a good attendance. ________  Nothing: to   Fear,' '  Mothers ueed have no hesitancy in  continuing to (live Cliamoerlain's  Cough Remedy to their little.ones, as  it contains absolutely nqthing injurious, ��� Thja remedy is not .'only perfectly safe to give email children, but  is a medicine of great1 v;ortli li'ii.U ii^eril.  It has a world wrile reputatiori for its  cures of coughs, colds and croup and  can he always relied upon. Fur sale,  by ihe'Moyie Drug and tjt.uioiu-ry C-j.  Orchard, th 1 local m mager  M. J. Nugent, win is visiting at his  old homeatKillegrcivs, Newfoundland,  writes that he will return to Moyie  about tho 15th of November,  A social hop was given at the Hotel  Kootenay Thursday evening by the  St. JSugociQ millmon. A pleasant  evening was spent in dancing, and at  midnight a lcncl; was served.  Tlio Methodists will hold tin church  anniversary bcrvico 0:1 Sunday,  November I lib. On Monday, the  l'2th, a grand supper and concert will  be given m the church.  Second ��� hand Queen boater and  some lumber for sale. Apply ��� at this  oflice.:  Paul Jcnson wis up from his ranch  near Kingsgato this week. Ho is lo���  cated on tljo lino: jf the Spotcanc-Iii-  teruatioual iu the Moyie river valley.  There is a growing demand for laud  in  that vicinity. '���'.."  ���-   Fernie Situation,   ',  ������..,.. �� .-> ���; ���  There is Hi tie or r.o change in the  Fernie .strike situation. However,  those in position, to knoiv seenl to  thiuk there will be an early settU-  m-.ut of   the ilitiicii'itv.  It is understood that upon the re-  openiua of the Trail smelter that plant  will be thoroughly up-to date in every  respect o nd will be able to treat lead  ore upon the methods which are now  finding favor in tho A jerioan smelter  tru-it because of their efficiency aud  economy.  A Perfect Timepiece.  we solicit tho patronage of  the "PARTICULAR MAN"  who times his watch by' tho  second hand.  He will be interested in our  stock : of .HIGH GRADE  MOVEMENTS.;;  Our repair work will please  lij.ni.   ;  Mr. E. A. Hill   of   Moyie  is  our  ageut.  W.?F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and   Graduate Opticians,  CRANBROOK, B. O.  / '  P.  Oificia'I W'.-it'oh Inspector f.ir C'.  Crew's Nest I'ass..piYiiio!j  3  t,        i ,    ��;  k^l  .'   1 ���"  , '  *'k"��?   .'I  . - - ... 1 --  ������    .">   . J-  ''  '     -;* ,/.  '-  ,'     ' ,f  ,->.', t   <.-  .    - ,   it ,    .  .  1   t*g  ^..^..^.^1.  v^,,o^ju��.-^-ip^-.i..^iyi (^ w �� "^*��.'-v^'^T.y M  -fffn  THE LEADER, ]&OYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  -*r  r  VI  '4'  !'V  ���j-y  ;.V-  4 t  .V.\  ' "    '.; ' f~'  ' " i*i  jODaQf3GonnCTe*i30C*PTDDBf3i:iaaQaanDDQQe?s4gCTaQDaat30Lj  er Sister's  etrothed  BY BERTHA M. CLAY  Aathor of "A. 'Woman'* Vengeance," "Which. Loved. Him  Best,** "Between Two Loves,", "Fairy Gold," Etc.   ,  wsmiksagEnBEMSEi  (Continued.)  CHAPTER'X.  V^fg^l/M'  W-ffii��3  -*9S  t��&BH  ifffi  ii-,-m  no  1C�� .  -W3  &;*&���$ i  fy'^W  i  'i *$$$ *  i * ��� is -*1"  f  *,     ' ���. ll* <- I *.  '!'   _  ' ' ';}  ��!'���'*:      ' I  >*,  it*   f   i  , i"'i   %  ^ * i   i  i-.*^ '^t  ft   -  > it.  - >  Marthe proved lier courage; she  showed herself stoical, smiling even.  Moieover��� in tho noisy rejoicings "of  this engagement, which was the event  of the season, -.be elder sister was almost unnoticed, or she might have  belrayed a little of tho sadness that  lllled her heart.  i .i Sho expected an explosion of r��-  ''giots from her old friend Mme. d'An-  ��� eel and some embatrassment in Rob-  1  ert;  but love Is such, a selfish sentl-  'inent that it sees, and will see nothing  but itself. It seemed as ��� if this denouncement had been long expected  and was inevitable. All that bad pre-  coded this was <forgotlon, relegated  among the things of tho past, a dead  past, which' everybody was anxious to  ,   forget,  i ,  i As to Mme. d'Ancel, though she  loved Marlho very much, she natural-  "lv considered her son's happiness preeminent. This happiness now' depended on. a union other than she had desired; sho sighed' ovef her vanished  dreamland smiled at the dawning  love..From her early girlhood, Marthe  had always shown,B an aversion 'for  marriage, and although she, had once  dreamed of overcoming this repugnance that time was past. Evidently,  1   she was destined to celibacy, and Robert was not the man to woo a woman  . against her will.    ' ��� <  Besides, It wa3, time Robert should  marry, and Edmee was quite as wealthy as her sister. She was a 'little  voung and giddy, perhaps", 'and her  'origin was not all -It might be; but,  after all, she.-was entirely separated  from her mother's family.    Time and,  ' the duties of matrimony'' -would   ma-  ��� ture ber" character; nothing -would re-  1    main  of her exuberance but a  little  i vivacity, of her coquetry but a natural  ' desire to please. This radiant creature would brighten her sop's life,  and Edmee would be proud of her husband. She would aid him in his work,  be ambitious for' both. Robert was  only a "dreamer who worked for the  more pleasure of work.ng. But a loving- wife, who has a well-defined aim,  can do a great deal toward the advancement of a husband. .  Nevertheless, it was in a tone of  gentle reproach that the baroness ad-  ' dressed Marthe shortly after   the   betrothal  "Ah! Marthe," she sighed,, "I ' had  hoped otherwise. I can not understand  "why jou  could  not love Robert.    All  young 'girls do not disdain happiness  . as you do." "   - .      - .,  .-   Marthe made no reply, and Robert's  mother immediately went , into    rap-  '   tines   o\er   the    perfe'etions    of   that  "lavishing  little   sister.'.    She ���was  in  the mother in-law's period   of    honey-  ' moon, that which  precedes'maniage.'  Mme. Despois expressed no'surpiise  ,  when the engagement was announced.  She was welh satisfied at the arrange-'  ment   which'   would    so   soon   make  every thing as it was before tho arrival of the "intruder." In her delight,  she  was  all  amiability  and  prcpaied  to  offer  some  of  her  most exquisite  embroideries' as wedding    gifts.    One  day, as she was consulting the pios-  pective bride  on  the  shade    of    tho  portieres lor her boudoir, Edmee sa'd,  'mischievously:  "Your generosity is due to your delight over my departure, Aunt Relie.  Since my engagement you have permitted me to call jou so, a little more  i >  and you shill consider me fib a leal  niece That i\ ill be on the day alter  my mairtagc, will it not'"  With her bister, Edmee was e\en  more aftectionate and c.uessing than  in the1 past. There was a difrcieuce,  howetcr. She was less dependent,  less of a child near liei; her dignity  as a fiancee placed her on a lc\el vt'lth  Marthe. She talked soiiously, almost  with the dignity of a mat ion who has  had experience in life and knows the  practical0 side of things. Alter the  fust raptures, when she had become  habituated to Bobeit's adoiation, to  his piotestations of love, she began to  busjr heiself with a thousand things,  which in'an analogous situation would  have been entirely neglected by Marthe.  "You understand, Marthe" she said,  "that, for the last two years I hate  known just how mv money has been  "invested. My guaidinn who, though a  \ery disagreeable man, is extiemely  .honest, and insisted himself on explaining tho situation to rne. Robert  and I will have an income of about a  hundred thousand francs a j'ear. One  can live nicely on that. You see, lie  pleased me at once, and I skillfully  led people lo talk of him without  arousing their suspicions.. Thus I  learned his methodical habits, the esteem every body piofesses for him���  and, as for the rest, your affection for  him was sufficient guarantee. I had to  look out for mjself In spite of j-our  twenty-six jeais, jou aie much more  ignorant of the world than I am. I  leali/.ed also that I must get married  as soon as possible and have a home  of my own I know that jou are an  incomparable sibter,   but   you    might  E~3ESS?g35. :; Ajarcrs" ?rtfgg-taaaassga  .<nriOBnai'.nnDODPaaaonDaoi:3nDni  have tired of me.  "Never, nevei, Edmee!" protested  Mar tbe.  "How good j"Oit are to me, Marthe!  Sometimes I am really   ashamed    of  i myself. But Aunt Relie is not of your  opinion���" - .     '���  J "Then," interrupted Marthe, as-  ] tonished at this display "of mercenary  I motives in that apparently frivolous  i, nature, "j'ou bad planned and arranged 'it all beforehand? Why did you  'not speak of It?"  "Because���I don't know just why���  I had a vague idea that-this man iage  would not please you. And, besides, I  was not sure of Robert. Sometimes he  seemed quite infatuated, then(| again  he avoided me. I did not know what  to make of if. Perhaps he was afraid  I was too light-headed to be his wife.  It must have been that', ' don't you  think so?"  "Perhaps," said' Marthe, with an  effort.      - i  <"But j'ou know that I am really  serious by na.tuie."  "I begin to believe so."  "How .funny you say that! Would  you really wish me to' be truly frivolous?" '    ��� . ,   i  "I do not know just what" I do wish,  my little Edmee. But it se'ems to me  that in the multiplicity of'your calculations there remains "but Httle  room for 'that ' absolute ' tyrannical  love. But���as you have approached  roe more than once���I am horribly romantic, old-fashioned, anything you  please."  -"You are mistaken, Marthe,".observed Edmee, with,big, astonished ej-es;  "my calculations do not   replace    my  I love.'I  love'Robert very  much, very  much."       <t '  ',    "Better love him without   qualifica  tion." >.        ���  "What'a strange girl you are! Have  no fear, niy husband shall ,be happy."  Edmee had also other preoccupations besides her plans fir, her, married life. Her trousseau was the subject of grave thoughts. She 'made a  short trip toc Paris with her future  mother in-law', saw the diess makers,  ordered toilets'of all kinds, .which the  premiere of the house was to finish at  the chateau. This interested her even  more than the visit to her guardian,  who, for'the first time in hfs life, show-  red himself amiable and obliging, so delighted was he to remit his responsibility into the hands, of a husband. He  expressed his regrets at being,unable  to attend the marriage, and his, excuses were accepted without comment.  All they asked' was -his authorization  to the union and an .account of his  guardianship, which'he gave without  delay. ( < I   ,  Then they visited apartments; the  most enchanting little houses, but Edmee would decide nothing before her  marriage, as they ,woiild spend the  greater part'of the'winter in Italy, but  she wanted to see and have time for  reflection..       i ' ,   -  ��� Mme. d'Ancel' returned from the expedition completely worn out, but still  delighted with her future daughter-in-  law: convinced that, in spite of her  naive airs, 'she" was very practical and  knew full well what she wanted.  In the surrounding chateaux this  marriage, which was to take place at  the end of September, was an inexhaustible subject of conversation. A  pietty village wedding, with the rejoicings given to the peasants, is >030  much more poetic than those grcV  Pausian marriages.  The bridesmaids, under pretext of  consulting the fiancee concerning their  toilets, continually, filled the chateau  with the bound of their fresh young  voices, the rustling of skirts and peals  of mei ry laughter; and Robert found  it almost impossible to obtain a tete-  a-tete with Edmee, who enjoyed all  tins bustle immensely. ,  In the midst of all this confusion,  Mme. Despois continued her pretty  work undisturbed.  One daj", under the pretext of admiring the inti icate embroidery, Jessie  Robinson leaned over her shoulder  and said, quicklj:  "1 raiiat speak to you alone, Madame. Theie are too many people  here; propose a walk in the garden."  Much perplexed by the serious ex-  piesbion on the girl's pretty face,  Mme  Despois aiose, saying:  "Yes, Miss Jessie, I love to imitate  natuie in my work. Come with me into the garden, and I shall show j'ou  the climbing rosebush that served me  as model for this." <i  She drew the girl's arm within her  own, and they left the drawing-room  together  "Well, what is it?" asked Aunt Relie, as thej' reached the garden.  "Something strange is going on," replied Jcbsie, "something you would  be the last to hear. I thought it my  duty to wain j'ou, but leally don't  know how to begin."  "In that case, the best way Is to go  straight to the point"  ".Mi mother wns much annoyed t*  our so; van t I=adoi<--'s testimony at the  i 1  <>*       ll" ,'  l > <y  ji  4  J   (��  ii  yi  3  "'!  Can cure your Cough or Cold,  no qucit'on about that, but���  why go to all the trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up.  and then of having hisprescription ,  filled, when you can step into any  drugstore in Canada and obtain  a bottle of SHIL.OH'S CURE  for a quarter.  Why pay two to five dollars  when a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOIL will cure you  as quickly?  Why not d-5 as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians have  done for the past thirty-four  years: let SHIL0H be your doctor whenever a Cough or Cold  appears.  SHIL0H will euro you, and all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive guarantee.  Tho next time you have a  Cough or Cold cure it with  i i  Inquest, and dismissed him, hoping be  would   leave   the   neighborhood.    But t  he  found  work in a Villerville hotel,  and says openlv- that M.   d'Ancel    is  Captain Bertrand's muiderer."  "How absurd!"  "Yes, but how can we put a stop to  an accusation which is not formal? If  we tried to intimidate this man, he  would claim that he was merely telling a story In which he was mixed up  as a witness. What he meielj' mentioned at the inquest he now exaggeiates  and asserts 'He speaks of thieats, ot  the words "kill and without mercy,''  which were repeated more than once.  A little more and he will swear that  M. d'Ancel threatened to shoot his  old friend, like a dog. It !�� the topic  of conversation "through the whole  country."     ' .  " "Bah! my dear child;' don't, trouble  yourself about it. Robert was questioned at the time of the murder, and his  answers were considered satisfactory.  People will .soon ..tire of the affair, and  find some new topic of conversation."  "In the meantime, this gossip is  going on. Ah! if M. d'Ancel had only  attended our reception on that ill-  fated Thursday!"  "He excused himself, did he not?,"  "No, and as we teased Edmee a  great deal on the defection of her two  admirers, that absence was the subject of conversation while Isatfore  Berv.��.d the tea in the garden."  "We must question Robert on the  way he spent that afternoon. But, I repeat It, my dear Jessie, it is not worth  "our while to trouble your head about  1��  1  It. x assure you that none of those rumors have reached us."  "Naturally, not; but I can not say as  much for the other houses and chateaux in the neighborhood. Many of  our acquaintances, though they treat  these rumors with contempt, assure us  that the peasants believe this absurd  story. Moreover, I overheard a few  words yesterday that sum up the  situation." .       '  "What do you mean?"  "You remember, Madame, that when  we went out riding in the afternoon,  Edmee and her fiance took the lead  M. d'Ancel is madly in love and does  not iry to conceal it. This explosion  of joy contrasts vividly with his  gloomj* and anxious state, while the  captain was also, courting Edmee.  When we reached Villerville, a group  of fishermen stopped to look at the  fiancees, nudging each other and  laughing. I was alone at the time, and  distinctly heard these words: 'I-Tem!  all tho fame���if one of its had done it  he would have been thi own.' into prison in (very short order.' And look at  him now doing his courting without  being disturbed, a'ijd " without any  moie thought of the one he sent to  rot under the ground than we would'  give to a tainted fish we throw -back  into the sea���and thej* call that justice and talk of a Republic���,' and  another made a threatening gesture  which he cut short when he saw me.  This is why, I determined to speak to  you, and ask you If we can not silencs  these people bjr some means."  ."We can do nothing. How can we  force a whole population 1q be silent?  In a few weeks the newly marrlerl  couple will be far awaj% and then  these calumnies will naturallj' cease."  k'Let us hope so, Madame. But when.  I 'see Edmee's happiness and think of  the accusations that are made openly  it seems to me I again hear our gay  laughter at the garden, partjr, accompanied by^ the distant < rumblings of  the thunder."    ' r>" ;        , "  "You are a charming girl, my dear  Jessie. But I never thought j'our nationality so,well'gifted with imagination." ' y  "That is another of., your French  prejudices," laughed Jessie. "You see,  in us only a nation of salt pork merchants, while wo are, on the contrary,  a lefined race and lovers not of luxury onlj*, but of art and .'poetry."  Edmee, who had " 'been watching  them tiom the garden window, ran  out into the garden and ,, interrupted them.. o ���   '   i  "What are you quarreling,, about,"  she asked,.laughing.  "Mine. Despois will not believe ,in  our artistic capacities, and I'am Indignant." " ��� .      '    i  "I should saj' so, my dear ^Jessie.  Your ej'es are full of, tears, and you  are quite agitated."- ��� - (  "Well you kno'w���when one touches  on America���I get excited.". .  (To be Continued.)  WAYS OF THE ARAB.  Wlicu    iicli.   Mon   Ce(   3!etti��Iue   and  Women   <<��*��   I'ruycrit.  ' '"There is one peculiar distinction between Arab men and women in Algeria." writes a traveler, "and it may  be cousidered as i-ome pro if of the degraded position of lh<- latter. When an  Arab is ill he goes to his doctor, ami  Arab doctors, whether deservedly 'or  not, have a high lepntatlon. I>ut when  an Arab woman is ill she may not consult a medico. SI e imM go ro the  marabout, who i^ hall saint and half  magician. lie does not retail .medicines, but he utter-* a uiiinliei ol prayers,  and then he writes one or more of them  ou a'bit of paper, giving it to the patient with injunction'^ in chew it ami  swallow it. lie also'supplies :^ little  holy water out or a .battle anil the  woman goes away fully believing that  she will recover. -   ,       '-  "It has been said that tbe Arabs do  not respect their dead because tliey have  no inclosed cemeteries and because  they select for the gr.i\es of their nearest and dearest solitary spots removed  from their places of encampment. But  this practice may be explained by other  causes than absence of respect >or af-(  faction' for their'dead. 'The; task of  preparing the body for the grave is always performed "by the members'of  the family themselves and, In accord--  ance with the Koran.' it is most carefully washed in pure water before  bciug consigned to tbo ground. Then  the pottery of tho household Is broken  over the spot. In the desert or on the  steppe the leaving of the body in an  isolated place seems to typify naturally  its presence before the infinite and the  eternal.   ,  *'  "In joy- as  in grief tho  Arab  generally   conceals his  feelings  behind  a'  proud reserve, but oil ihe occasions of  tlio periodical fantasias he throws aside  the  mask and 'leveals  the  true' man.-  The dancing,' gesticulating and shouting go on for'hours until the delirium  ends with tlie exhaustion of thepartici-  pants.    A fantasia 'in tbe desert 1 eaves-  a - curious ^impression 'of senilunrcality  on the iniricl, but it is the one'occasion  on which,the stern, sad lool'ing Arab,  easting aside his hauteur, comes forth  as the true'son of nature." -- v  PEN-ANGLE  In a variety of stylo,  fcbricj and prices, for  women, men ��nd  children. Form-fitted.  Dealers are authorized  to replace instantly and  at our cost any Pen-  Angle garment faulty  in material or making.  Pen-Angle Underwear is form-knit  60 it can't help  fitting your figure,  ���it's made of  long - fil-Tcd wool  eo it won't shrink  ���and it's guaranteed besides. The  whole idea is to  make it so good  you can't afford  not to buy by the  trademark (m  red). 206  DRINK'BOILED  MILK.  '  Monkey.'-  urt  Xdmct,  "Monkej's make poor nurses," said >  zoo keeper. ."When they live near <  stream of water and one of the colouj  falls "sick" they invariably toss him'  overboard, i-xhey don't want bin)  around.' His sighs and groans annoj  them so.   'PsstI   Off the dock!'  "nere in captivity, I have to remove  at once a sick moukey from Ids com  rades'' reach. Otherwise 'they 'would  Bqpn kill him. When they can, wel  monkeys take a strange joy^in-tor  menting an invalid.t They bite,the eud  of his tail, they drag him abotit, ��� and  they' pinch him. ^Finally,' when ha  dies, as mitnj* as can find room, sit on  his body, close ^together, verjv solemn  as though engaged in some, religious  rite."  Fixed Bayoneti.'  ,It Is said that during the siege ol  Ladysmith in tlio Boer war the assault  column of British, advancing In fhiel,  darkness, climbed up an almost pre  cipitous wall. Ouce or twice they were  faintly challenged. At last a Boer.rec  ognized them and shouted to the sentry  to lire on the "veulomde rooineks!" As  the ciest was gained che fire broke out  A few of the attackers begau to leply,  but they.were stopped, and the voice  of the commanding officer was heaid  to give the order, "Fix bayonets!"  That there were no bayonets did not  matter. The men, taking up the cry,  rushed on the Boer gunnel's, who fled  at the thought of the cold steel.  An.Arnb   F'shliiK   Yarn.  A fishing yarn liom Algiers. "Some-  Arabs were fishing from a boat with  lines off the coast when a dolphiu sev  enteen feet long, eleven feet in circuui  ference aud weighing four tons swal  lowed one of the baited hooks and  dashed off at a tremendous speed. .The  fishermen paid out as much line as  possible and then made it last. This  brought the dolphin up sharply, but  the strain snapped the line. The mou  ster then attacked the boat and capsized it, flinging the fishermen Into the  water. Other Arabs ashore waited till  the dolphin was clear of the men and  then killed It with riOcs."  No   Gnnn*.ntce. "  A sporting paper recommends a certain way of avoiding the bites of a  dog, however savage. All oile has to  do is to stand perfectly still and bold  one's hand out. The dog, says the  writer, will take the band in his  mouth, but will not bite it. But w oat  guaiantee have we that the dog knows  this?���London Globe.  The oon  of the Hair  There are four verses. Verse  1. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes  the hair grow. Verse'2. Ayer's  Hair Vigor stops falling hair.  Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor  cures dandruff. Verse 4.  Ayer?s Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair. The  chorus is sung by millions.  " Before using Ayer's Hair Vltror I h��d yory  tliln and T��rr poor hair. But I continued to  use the Vigor until my hair Rreatly linprored  In every -way. I have used It off and on for  the past ten year*."���MBS. M. Dkommokd.  Newark, N. J. .  A' Doctor Snj'K It AVI11  VucelnnCe You  A&raliiht   Conaumj)tion.     ,,     ,  "The idea of vaccination against consumption, is not a new idea," said a  phj-siclan. "And, furthermore; you  and. I, have unconsciously manyS times  perhaps vaccinated ourselves" against  this disease." > > , ,  "I have vaccinated myself against  consumption? I must have done it in  my sleep, then."' <y'  "Xotrat all. Let me explain.  , "Chauveuii, Baumgarten, Griscz, Bearing, Calmctte' Guorin and o'ther eminent investigators have taught us.that  the germs ol consumption���the .bacilli,  the little living creatures that eat up  the lungs���do not enter -our "lungs  through, tlio ..respiratory tract,' but  through the'intestines���that is^ to say,  we don't -breathe in .consumption  germs; we eat them. ,*.,-"'_ .  ,'"In the'region of the intestines, therefore, these -men for some years conducted 'their vaccinations for consumption. "They"took calves, aud they vaccinated' these calves with''milk containing dead bacilli. ��� Afterward they-;  gave the calves milk coutaiuing ,live  bacilli, and, ��� whereas this latter milk  caused deadly consumption iu ordinary  calves, among those that had been  vaccinated no evil effect whatever ensued.  "Among animals and perhaps among  men milk coutaiuing dead consumption'germs makes a virus which, applied to the intestines, is a sure cure  for consumption.  "Therefore, when j*ou and,I drink  our milk boiled (as we should always  do despite tbo oystery taste), we are,  if the milk happens to contain bacilli,  actually introducing into our intestines  the virus that, among animals at least,  is consumption's sure preventive.  "Moral.���Drink boiled milk only."���  St. Louis Globe-Democrat.  EnthuMlaMiii.  'As you slide along past youth Into  middle age get a good grip on your  enthusiasms. Life looks black after  they are gone. It is,a good thing, too,  to renew your own life iu an intimate  interest in the 'life of some young  friend. Few things are more helpful  or more beautiful than friendship between the j-oung and the old. They  have everything to give to each other.  What is most pitiful in both���youth's  uncertainty and need of encouraging  sympathy, age's unfulfillmeuts and  need of softening tenderness���is soothed and neutralized by a sharing of interests and affections.  Ducal   Morality-.  One never hears of a duke going  wrong. Every one bearing any other  title In tbe peeinge may be perhaps  subjected to the temptations of "the  world, the flesh and the devil," but a  duke never! Indeed, the old Scotsman's verdict that dukes are "verr.-t,  verra respectable people" seems one  about which there can be no doubt.���  London Tatler.  Kree.  "Johnny," queried tho teacher of the  juvenile class, "what is the iliU'erence  between electricity and lightning?"  "You don't have to pay nothiu' for  lighttiin'," answered Johutiy.���Milwau.  kee Sentinel.  XtO�� by J. O. Ayor Co., I,ow��lI, Ssss.  Alao manufkoturers of  _9_    SARSAPABJUjL  PlftS.  CUERBV PECTORAL.  The. PIntuIble I,ie.  We resent calumuy, t hypocrisy and  treachery- because, they harm us, not  ���joeau.se they are untrue.. Take the der  traction and the niiscbief from the untruth, and we ara little offended by it.  Turn it into praise, and. we may be  pleased with it And yet it is hot calumny and treachery that .dp,.th'e'.largest'sum. of mischief in the world.  They are continually crushed and are  felt only in being conquered: But it is  the glistening and softly spdken lie.  the amiable fallacy, the patriotic lie of  the historian, the provident lie of the  politician, the zealous lie of the partisan, the merciful lie of the friend and  tlie careless lie of each man to himself  that cast that black mystery over humanity through which we thank any  man who pierces it as. we would thank  one who dug a. well in a desert. Happy'dint the thirst for truth remains  with us even wneu we .have;willfully  left the fountains of it���John Kuskin.  Kind Hearted Old Gent to lieggai---  Wliat did you,do. m.v poor iiieiid^be-  loie you  weie  blind' \        .   .  Begga.-Whfll fhd 1 do' \\fll. ��n.  .befoic being blind 1 was dual and  dumb-���1'ele Jlclo.  A fi mud of mme met an unexpected  rebulf nftei shining his unibiella  along Piendillv with a strange lady.  ' "And when may I have the pleasure of seeing you again'''" ho asked.  "On tlie next, lainy day, sir, .she  replied.���Tatler.  '  *    ���  When all other com propaititions  fail, try Hollmvay's Com Cme. >.o  pain vlmtev'i.'and no inconvenience  in upnig it. '   ' .   | . ,   ; i_  "And in conclusion " bind the girl's  mother, "he is ucineie fortune hunting scamp."   ;     ' ���   '  "Why, ma'" exclaimed the, girl.  I'm su'ipiised that you should make  such,an assault upon''him when he's  not piesent to defend himself"  MARTYRDOM^DESCRIBED  Kingston Man Tells How He Suffered  and How He Was  Released.   , <  "For years a , nfar  tyr," is' how Chas.  H."' Powell, - of 105  Rnglan'Street, Kiugr  ston, begins his  storj'. \t "A martyr  to chronic .,. constipation,' but now 1 am  free from It and all  through the use of  Chas. H. Powell Dr. Leonbardt's Antl  '    .'.  -��� Pill.      i "     ���  ���'I<rwas induced to tr/ Anti-Pill by  reading the (testimony of some none  who 'had been cured 'of constipation by  it. T had suffered for eighteen years  and had taken tons of stuff , recom  mended as cures but' which made me  worse^rather than better. Doctors  told ins there was no'cure for me. Dr,  Leonbardt's Anti-Pill cured rae."L  All cJsalers or The Wil3oa-Fyle Co.,  Limited,, Niagara Falls^ Ont 602  v    XtM   Only   Vhc.     t '    , ,  First Small Bo.v���I 'wish I had that 5  'cents back I spent for candy. Second  Small B'Oy���What,would you do.'with  it?,-.First Small Boy���Buy more .candy."  ..   r v     '" .   HnlflnCKji.        '  ' Dot���Father, why'do, men get bald  sooner than women? Father���Because  they don't wear.their linlr-soilpngr/k' ^;  k ~"**~"^   . --      * i  J*    .     *  "     , Tlie'TJnicorn.   .   fi '  , The' uniqorn was one of the 'fabled'  monsters'of-anthiui ty.^ It'was, according to a summary of ,the opinions ,of  several of'the old time writers, a beast  about the r.ize of a common horse, but  with very short legs. The people of the  middle ages believed In the, existence  of three kinds of unicorns���tlie magnificent white unicorn, which had a purple  face and blue eyes and a single horn a  yard In length: the eglisserlon, which  resembled a gigantic deer and had a  very sharp horn growing from the middle of the forehea'd, and the monoceros,  or common unicorn. Tbe white unicorn's horn was of three different colors���white at tho lower part, black as  ebony In the middle and' red at the  point. Common unicorns were said to  have bad horns about eighteen inches  'in length, but so strong that they could  easily kill an elephant  Be there a Will Wisdom Points the  Way ���Tlie sick mini pines for-ielieC  but he disli''e�� sending for the doctor  which, means bottles of drugs novel  consumed. He has not the lesolution  to load his btomach with compounds  w.hich smell villainously and taate  worse But if he liave the will to  deal himself with Ins" ailment, wisdom will direct his attention to Par-  melep s Vegetable Pills, which, as a  specific for indigestion and disorders  of thr. digettive organs, have no  equa'.  Appreciation.  Dear Doctor���Inclosed find check fni  professional services rendered by j-ot  to my late uncle. I thank j*ou for youi  zeal in the mutter and shall not fail t(  recommend you to all my other wealth)  relatives.���Meggendorfcr Blatter.  GreiLt   Combination.  Suitor���I cannot boast of wealth,  but I have brams. , The members o'  my~ literary club will tell you that  j'ou'd have Uie smartest debater ir-  town for a son-in-law. Father���And 1  can assure you, my dear fellow, that  you'd have the greatest lecturer it  the town for a rnot'ier-in-law.  The   Labor   or   Mountain   riliiililinf.  Below is a curious calculation on  the amount of enetg.v expended by a  peison weighing UiS pouucls In climbing a mountain peak 7. )()0 Icel high,  the tune allowed Tor Uie ascent |ic-mg  live lioius: By enrol uI cileubiiion it  is found that the total amount of labor ; performed is cjnual to'.'raising  1,3S0.000 pounds to ji height ofoniV u<f  or.that '..of raising one pound to a  height qf.l.SSO.DpO feet, 'of- this enor-  (iiious amount- of work. 1,17li,000 foot  pounds are 'expended iy the muscles of  the legs in raising or lifting tlie bodv,  12.000 by the heart iu eircuiiiting'lhe  blood, ,",0.000 by.' (he clipst in ���'breathing and 5-1,000 in tin? various exertions of balancing the body,'overcom.  Ing friction of the r��?iiii(l,<eic.  EX-MAYOR CRUMBO  RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA  i..;4 A'  j      THE CAMPHOR LAUREL.  -  Hott    tho    ��ruB   I��   ����,,.���-.,  , the   Wood   of ,i���. ,,r"'1   '"foo  i The camphor laurel. fllJ)/1 "'''. ,  greater part of the c.iiUI,Wn. 0^h tt��  merce Is pioduc-ed, is .. ��� , l0"-  China. Japan, Formes, ������,',,(! ��  China. It Is a unrdv, |J" r ^a  and. sometimes giows to u J,.��� ^  It bus evergreen Ic.lx ,--, \,.', sUe  white   flow,   iu   ,,illll0l,'  I ^  very  ornamental  tree, iUl,  tnmL ma  ���iitv  nlug   up'  to   a   height   01   ,  thirty    feet   belore   bra���,.u ������'"*'    -  fruit .Is very much like a b,a% j*  rant o CUr-  ���     In   the, extraction  of  <.:,,n���hor  the chips are put in., ,,���^!''J'"' ^  Uie  '   * ,liNIIIi0P  , wood is flrst'cnt into small cln���s  the chips are put in., Wlllw ' ���  and steamed., The lic-ud or tlie ktni i  filled  with -straw," and f  still |,,.  ^ Hie steara , \  "My Endorsement,of. Pe-ru-na (ls.  Based On  Its Merits.",   ,   t n  ��� ���Ed. Crumbo.1'  El.. CRUMBO,, Ex-Muyof,f of. New-  Albany, Ind.; writes,from 611 KI  Oak Sttreet; -   , -   ,      '"'    *  "My    endorsement,   of     Peruna <��� is  based  on, its merits.    .!'     '"���',,    "     at  "If a.man is sick he looks anxiously for something that will .cure him,  .and Peruna will do the work. ' ���  ..".I know that it'will cure catarrh of  the head or , stomach, ^indigestion;  headache and any we'aryjor sick feeling.'       '        .���   '  *      - ' -   '   ���.^'  "It is bound to help anyone, ifcused  according to directions,, ' ���    ;"? I'/'''  "I also, know dozens .-of ~men ' who  speak in the'highest..tenns of.Peruna  and have ��$t to hear of anyone being  ^disappointed in it'.", , '' f'"  ���, Air. Crumbo', in a later letter^ dated  Aug. 25, ,1904, says:. . ,,.< . t -. -  ' "My health is gocxl, at present,'but,  if 1 should have to take anyJ more1  medicine 1 wilt fall hack on Peruna*,".  carries  off   tho campi10,   i��� v ,  is deposited in little grains arouK  Bthnv.   r , lue * J  The crude camphor |i then be-J '-I  in a vessel, from which the Kti-am i     I  allowed   to   escape, ihrou.h a \J,!  '\  hperture.   The.eamplH.. .sumi,,,^ , " "  semltnmsparent   oni��.   in  tlie Li ' I  ufacture of camphor the trw |s ����� ' j  essarlly, destroyed, but \,y a r,���1(J *    '  of the hinds 'in, which the m-H m'  another is planted in the ptaoc of eie'r '  ongjthat  Is'cut down.  'n,e i,00d/.  highly valued for carnenter's t^ork  'Camphor    was    unknown   to   ru ���  Greeks   and   ltomuns  nnd  was fin,, a'  . brought to Europe by the Arilbs '  k    ���  /  Sunlight. Soap  is bettei u,iu. olil.'  soaps,"but.is best vihej-  ii���..,j [,, ,.'  Sunlight'way. Bnj   riurilldu Sui'  and ' follow directions, ',  '  .- ^y-'yy^-y  VnJur-^ UoclrInev_ J_ ' '^  School Examiner���What Is the mean ���  Ing of falso-'doctrlne?.' Schoolboy���  Please,,sir, it's when the���doctor glvea  the wro-ig .stuff to the people who ar*  bick.���Christian Register,,.       ' '   ", .  ,.       <'-"��1c��   ^or  tl.e  l-liHi,,���!���,.,     ,  'I  '-.Colonel Frank ll. Phipps, commmdj''  ,Jng officer of .the United States arm*- '���'  anSpringfield. Mas*., hhs, received'ot''  dors from Washington to iisue as'so��� *1  as convenient 23,000 of the 1U03 modd V  .rillcs,, commonly   known  as tbe Jn  Springflfeld'' rifles,   for ihe use ot tll( -J|  .troops. noV   stationed   in  tlie'phii ".-'I  pines./,; These guns will ail be suraiw^j  Avlthrfhc-'ncwv. knife bayonet, and mjAj  replace the. Krng-.Iorgen.sen giins ^-iti^'j  rod.bayonets,, which the troo-a ste u  lag at present  .   a  cruel story, runs '6n  wheels," and  every hand oil? the.wheeU" a* tl>ey run ;  1���Oi'Msl '  i    ; ,      '     -  i      ���_�����      -    ,  i, ,    -"   ��'  -If attacked with "cnolera pr-summer  coifip.aint of any''kind "*scnd at1'once  for a Lottie i.f Dr.'j.T)."lKellogg's .Dys-^  entery CcftdioLvtintl use it accoi'ding to  direct-onts^,ft It acts 'with, wonderful  rapidity in fjubduirig .that''dreadful  disease that Weakens the stiongest  Vnnn and tint destroys the young'and  delicate.' Tlu,��e who-have ���usecl thits  lcholera"medicine oay.it .asts promptly  and  never tiiil$-<J.o Effect  a''thorough  nisi  Ponltlon   In  (Iir,. .'Uiiii.r,  . yGracIouis!". exclahni-d the fond wif^'l  'comingdn her husbaud'b di-u ind ��al ?\  ing him smoking his pipe ami rejdttij,-1  "Ttils {J,r ooin is'1 thick   with   s'ljoke, 1^1  "don't "see bow you cau -.t.uid to sit la:> f  here.", '-   '<"���' ,;:'  'T:r "Yon J can't?" responded   the brutal,  l-husband.'   '"Well,  I don't Ftiind to i't>]  / In here; I "sit to .sit In here,   bid ;o��" j  i think you had married a freak?"     '  It is said,.that this was tin first time .]  In their married life that rtifc slummed v  ��,door on"leavIng;Iilm.  cure.  4 u  n ,- , . r. neBCrve nnViii^ j " " *  v "Every one has noticed how', wh'bnV  large branch of a- tree Is cut off, small  branches .will shoot out around the  stump. These branches aro from tho  "reserve buds," of which all trees have a  ' great ^number at every portion of their  surface.i Under ordinary circumstances  these never come to maturity, but when  the tree is wounded or cut off or loses  some of its branches the reserve buds  at once come Into play and renew^tho  foliage.        ��� ' l- ��e  Pre-vent Disorder.���-At the first symptom-; of internal disorder, Parmelee's  Vegetable Pill should be resorted to  iminedh/tely. Two or three of tliese  salutary peihts, taken befoic going to  bed, iollowed by doses of one or two  pills for two or three nights in successor will servo as a preventive of  attacks of dvspepsia and all the dis-  comtoite. which follow in-the train of  that' fell disoider. The means are  bimplo when the way is known.  ' "'     ~    ,        HOW'S THIS ?  , We offer Oho Hunched Dollars Itewird ; L  for anyi-,caao- of Catnuli thai (.aiinoi tx r|  cured  by  Haifa Catarrh Cuit  ,"    ' ",-  F. J. CHENEY &. CO , Toledo, a '��� |  * We, .the 'undersigned, have knonn Fl"..  Cheney for the la��t 16 yc-m.i, und bel'eye "-I  rhlm perfectly, honoialile In nil buslaoT ?,f  tiimsactlonB, and nnanclally Abla to Mnj">|  out-any-obllBatlons made by Vn finn. - "  ~X~% ' i' Waldlnrf. Klnnan-A: .Minla, ��� m  fi V Wholesale DiufeIsU. Tolevlo, 0, " ���  i ,    '',-       ��� ' _  * Hall's Catarrh Cures Is taken Internally,- viJ  actlnsr directly.upiiin  tile,,tfloud anJ ir.uc- ,<t  ous  surfaces--of  the^ syi-ft'iti    Tesilnmii-,"  Iain sent ^free.     Price,  76c,    per  bottte. .,  Spirt-by  all   DruijKlflts -���       ��� ���'.  Toke Hull's Family Pills Jor Coitstlp&tioa  *���  f4 * ��     ,i> a , (        r \\  .}Vh    ~r .  ^.    ,. I  i  -y . '. v ,  '    IlUIIJHTIIIII. .      5     ,-  Kind Lady���Hexo l-,.i piJ-sof water ,  Certainly you c:\n drml: lint   Traffl"  ���Xo. mum.    I've gol :i�� iron const'tu -  Hon. and the water would ru-t It        --    i  Toiif-li.  "If I catch your dog >-.tt ii. an." <H  my, chickens I'll shoot lmn ' ���'aM "���'  old geiiflenian who keep-, ,i li"iibous(-  angrily to his nelirhboi.  "I don't care." said li.s m-i^li'-or. "If'  be eats one of your dm i>��-> It w'  De necessary for voii'to ^lL >"��� li'i'i"      ,  The  Par In   Guillotine.  No convicts have been guillotined In  Paris for ten years, and the sentences  of those condemned to deatii have  been commuted to imprisonment for  life. The renson for this lies in the  fact that the law provides that all  capital executions -shall be held in  public, and since the guillotine was removed from the" Place de la Boquette  ten years ugo no other place has been  found for It. The residents In tho  neighborhood of every place suggested object to Its erection uear them.  The authorities were lately put In a  quandary when a condemned man refused to ask for a commutation of his  sentence aud declared that they roust  put him to death.  These   two  desirable M.iHiiuv.iioi."* |  ldeas��iii't to tl-e ta-te and m tw m)">>  time   effectual.- ine'to   U   (<��'"'' u  Mother Graves'  Wo;in  hWi-inunat*  Chilcren like it.  < wit.  0 Wit like every other power, has ItJ  boundaries, 'its success depends ont��  aptitude of others to iccclvc m**  slons, and that as some bodies, i��i��  soluble br boat; can set Uie fnna��  and crucible nt defiance, there ����  minds upon which tho ray* of i��w  may "oe pointed wltlwut effect ����  which no fire of sentiment cm aslt����  or exalt���Johnson.  Too   "Well   lltMiiinu-'""1'  ^ Furniture Dealer-'i'l.ls ml'le is esW  worth the estni $20.  A bundled yd  from   now  It will  be as good as ll  today.   Customer (choos.ng the w ��  er)-ln that case I'll leave It for ntf  great-graudchildreu.  No man Is so tall that he need n����  stretch and none so small that lie  B*ver stoop.���From tho Danish.  FAR AWAY FROM DOCTOR  AND DRUG STOI  Many DweUers on   the Lonely Prairie Have  Learriejd  to   Birpend   Almost  ^r*' "^Wxinr'oly on  ",��������� Di^(^^riase's   Wledicines.  Minard's    Liniment    Cures    Dandruff.  Hubby���It beeoincri very trying, my  deai';  you're''.'���'always   saving    chock  cheek,   check!    I.. feel', as" if iifo   were  a long, game of clicks.  ���Wifie.���Well, Hdwanl, if vou den i'l,  give me something, 1 ,s),'.,.]j |,,,.vo (o  pawn, pawn, ���pawn, .-ui'dit would still  ..���eem like ii game of t-hi-ss, wouldn't  it?���Ally Slopar.  W    N    U    No:   C07  Liwrig twenty-two miles from, u  drug store the writer of the letter  quoted below tcllsyof the benefits oh,  tainejl from the use of Dr. Chase's  Medicines in times of sickness and  suffei/iig. '        .',..,  In thousands of lonety homes  throughout the. northwest the fam-  'ily .depends 'almost, entirely on Dr.  Cha-ve's Medicines and the recipes  contained in Dr. Chase's Receipt Book,  as .a means of maintaining health and  'cc'ii.nl titti'ng disease.  Mrs jriio.s. iahiels, Stoughtori. Sask.,  writes: "We have used nearly all of  Ui". Chase's. Medicines in our faniilv  with splendid results and send direct,  to yo'i forts-em' because we live 'twenty-two miles from a drug store.  "In Br. Chase's kidney-Liver Pills  we found-n cure foi constipation, biliousness iin.1 kidnej   disease.  "I used se"oral boxes of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food for nervousness from  which I had Leen a great sufferer aud  ir,''  it  built, me  up. and sl.ro.iid-."l'l;  wonderfully^ :.'������'.- . ��� ,r 0]i  ���   "Some .years ngb'T-lmd an ��'�����  my atlkleaund  tliot.pli  T. -hw^ ".'. '.  tireatr'jents��� of, one  ki.--.--   .     Iltl  to   heal   "  kind>������'".' iii;;;;|'1  bed  it ��|�� i  used" m.  Chase's7 Oiutniei'L ^:f(,r'  Could   get  nothing.  have also found an exo-'H'-'1'1 ^^.^j.  itching pile.?. W��' ,^V vihniit W  know how' to,:get alei'K '���  Chase's Melic/nes;'" . ��� . , i,;iv  ������'Thu confide nee which !" ' llv'|,,-.  in Dr . Ohnsi's Medicii"'^ ''���' ;j,|M'  accounted fo>- by the fi"'' . v'|���.lf "���  neve 'disappoint, i'0'' '",, .,',������,. tin'  century- they have been '���'���,,.. in>*  public and have a re.oor'i ".' '(,((i(.;ii.'.  paralleled in the history "' ," .(,ni b-  These family medicine.-' ���" : ].ir.  mii.il 'postpaid on receipt '"J (i(i))l, ��  Chase's Kidney-Liver 1 Hi-- -; .,;������,���!t.".  r. Chase's'Nerve.  fill c  11 ti"0  bOX, P.        . -  a. , ,.,,,,  a box. Dr. Chase's Ouifn. ��� n  a, bat.'  At ah dealers m  L'��  Bates  &  Co., Toronto.  ,011,  ii Ux^aMAam1 THE LEADER. MOYIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ,Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps,  but is,best when used in the Sunlight way.  To appreciate ihe simplicity and ease of  washing with Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight  way you should follow directions.  After rubbing on the soap, roll up each  piece, immerse in the water, and go away.  '��ap  DREADED tOUP-GAROU.  Strange Superstition of Crnadian Wilderness���"Blame Good Howler."  Bcftj'a natural youn~ voice broke the  ��traiined silence. "That ttf'low is a  blamed good howler," he obsprved, and  the frightened guides drew a long  breath, and Vezina showed his access  of courage by getting up to 'throw a  handful of blrchbark on  the fire  Bob  chuckled a bit, unconscious'of the bad-  jJJ1(]_  A MAN  TO AVOID  The One  Who   In  Gem-ruHy   Dlnilkcd  t>y  Other  Men.  - The cynical old maid would probably  tell us that all men should be avoided. |  The happily married young woman '  will say that is nonsense���all men are  good, as undoubtedly they are to a certain extent. Barely does one come  'across   any   man   who   is   thoroughly  ^^^1/a^T^gpsmamxaaFBtaatBSi  YOU REALLY  MUST TRY  ,' will do its work in thirty to sixty minutes.      '  .    " ���  Your clothes will be cleaner and -whiter than if washed  in the'old-fashioned way with boiler and hard ���*ubbing.  Equally good with hard or soft water.  Lever  Brothers   Limited,   Toronto  'Si  If the north nn'il Moow .suonia ine��.  The scientists have dlscusse.d .tbs  auction, Wbar would be. the result if  tbe earth and the moon should come In  oIImou? ' The general opinion seems  to he that it would result In tlie; tem  pera tare  of   the  earth   rising several  p.ouMiiids  of  degrees ��� and; its ' yrhole  wince being^convertod into a boiling  ocean by the watery ����>:ns thrown ont  fi,  of  "     tooll*  I'.iw'or C��r I.lno.    ,'  i    A curious btrcot    car. lino  is, that  l.t����n  Atan.i  and<?,Yoshihoriia   two  r^t'towns-in  the province, of Jzie,'  faimn , The lino is e&vcm m. k^lon*,,,  tb�� roll'i'ns-itock comUUi -of  a single  ,tts and tho motlv* power .s'furnish-  ld W a couple ��*, muscular coolies,1;  wh'o * pu*h the.-' /car', along -_wber*y��>r  pawer is neCOHsarv. *���       "     .'-������'- J>  The   Grrivl   Lake   CKIoh.  Chicago. Cleveland., l'uti'alu. Detroit  and Milwaukee.' wilh Duluth and Superior thrown -in 'at the head of the  ."greatest lake and many thriving ports  on, Luke Erie added, aie a uulquc sec-  lion, of'' the urban li/e of America.  Their rate of growth is the highest  maintained in aiiy group, of cities.  Their .desith mte is phenomenally tow.  Their proportion of home owners is  extraordinary. Their totals aud gains  in savings bank deposits are almost  unparalleled. 'J'bey,are handsome cities  us u group, full of-enterprise and activity,'fairly eloquent with the.spirit of  prosperity and progress.' ��� Cleveland  .'Leader.' ���    '..   ;kr ' J%       -. - ' I,',    j  i       Alike oni'the- farm .and .in,the .  town these" four. Ryriej articles" come  nearer, io .being necessities than.,1  ' luxurift ;, -    y^'-y" i //   W '  ,;  '"  '  ,THERMOMETERS���Our?full and  reliable|l!ne ranges in price, from-'  50c. to 52.50.,.; | ,r '"   ���<-''; ";  'FIELD GLASSES .r-Otir hlgh-'pbwer*7'  ',' Ryrie Special,',' wilh I 2cLenie��, ,  in Aluminum Mounting! will be ���  ,        delivered to   you,' for '$ 12.50.' &'  charges prepaid. > - k-   . /���.'; ! ���  BAROMETERS���These may be had ���''  a( from $5.00 to $50.00k -Our  Barometer Book',is yours for the   ,  'asking.   �� , .. _'       ,   ���' _,   v   "  ' POCKET. - COMPASSES V^T>��ed';.*  r  ones'-p-Sl.OO to $3.50. ^ ���*    ���  Drv/i iii  a postal card and votviilt  '  trnd you free ef'.iharg*"our large tlltu-* '  \irated catalogue' ,'j,.   . ,    * ���--     ,; ">   ,.  i'i. ���I"     ��"    1 >"   "'-v-     ' I   '-  t Alluring:. ,  "Yes, he's a cigar manufacturer and  yet he never smokes."   ' l'  .'���(Mi^yes, he does!"  '���Why, be told mc $omc time ago that  he never smoked in his life.'?,       ��  "That was before lie began to advertise. He found bis'1 own /advertisements sValluring that ho just started  m." ' ��� ' ,   ,'  ���  IU 'childhood be modest, in, yout>  temperate, in mini hood Just and in ol'  age prudent���So-rares.  moment he had averted. "Vezina, did  you think that howling was a loup-  fjarou?" ho asked, i 0  And with that something: happened  which, fitting as It did to -the strained  tension "of the buperstitlous men, was.  extraordinary  arid  uncomfortable.  Yet   the   old  ���wrong,   either.  maid   Is   not   entirely  There  are  some   men  CEYLON   GREEN -rE/fc.  whom it is well to avoid, and .the young ' Same fjavor. as Japan, on!y perfectly free from adul  "Irl   who Is  just  entering  social  life    , a     ,_, x t.x\.A      1+!r=  *n the .lanan  tea   ifrlnkei  teratioWof any.kind.' It is to the Japan tea drinker  should take die advice of those who   "��*+<��saiaDAV> B8ack is to the biack tea drinker  hnv*. had more experience than herself < wnax     =������-#*����     ��,a. _., ������ ...  The   blazo   'of   the    birchbark   Just - _tUat is to say, iii the greater issues.  Lead   Packets Only.    4 0,  50  and  60c  per  It savors of youth and almost foolishness to' refuse, to know a man even  slightly because of rone faults.  In the niatter of real friendship, however, and marriage, a sir!-is unwise if  she accept as friend or,lover a 'inun  ���    ,/,-..',    ', Ordcr.-of Precedence.  ','.,<An order of preeefleuce la the order  In which individuals'arc entitled to pre-  :icedo or. fdllow.-ench other in istate cere-  monIaIs"'or public occasions,when pro-  ' cessions of tbe uoblUiy ar* formed.  "  }A Jiiodicinc'ior'lhel.Minei's Pack."���  P'rpsf eqtors,tVnd'��� (JthePs' going   into  -the mining" legions whvsie doctois are  'few and' druk stoics, not at all'.-should  "provide the'nifelves' with a supply of  ' I ii\ Thomas', ifeleetnc Oil',    11 will off-,  -i?et the effecii,/of-expoSiue, ,,redufe  'sprains-* aild ,whep'>���taken    internally,,  "will'prevent und cu-e, colds, and sd^e  throtS*  and. as'a-,.lubricant will keep.  the muscles in' ttood condition. ���   ,  thrown on went out quickly, and a lo;  fell   away   at   the   moment,   scattering  the others, leaving us suddenly,,in par  tlal darkness.  Coining after the intense  light, it seemed-more profound, and'It  was as if the firelight had been turned  off   and .moonlight    turned    on   at   a  touch,    for    tre,   whole    breeza    swept  forest    stirred k with  mystical     wh.te   ls not often worthy of a good woman's  Angers.     An     opening     of     an     old,   consideration   and   certainly the^ inex-  wlndfall     ran   from aus   to   the   rlv-    Derieuce<]   girl'is   better   to   keep-.nt  er. and  there  came from  this" glade  a>   ^ f m       -^  ^^yrtuS to'the SST^T^ "���.i�� L% is mean or selnsh a bins-  path of the moon, -black against the terer ror must plead, guilty to other  whlte-Hghted fiver, high on pedestal of ��� faults. As an acquaintance perhap, he  etorm-felled tree trunks, stood a big nifgbt be possible, but as a friend most  vvolf. 'Stlllvas death the wild thing re- 'inadvisable  whom other men dislike.   Such a'man���..  " ���f-'.l';,",.^\V:  ,  ' -, The' ��nWlit ,Slde.  | "Words of, cheer are "words of ��� help;  {kwords  of. gloom'are'w^ords  of'harm.'  t There ls a bright 'side' an'd a dark side  {to ..every  phase'of  life and, to'every  'hour/"of   time.    If "we ".'speak   of /the'  bright' side, .;we bring'the  brightness  Into'prominence; 'if-we speak, "of tthe  dark-side, we deepen Its shadow's, r It  ls In our.power'to lielp'or to hinder by ,  ' a'' word < any   and   every, person , with --.  ^wliom we come.In contact .,     v..       '  inarcPs Liniment for'sale.everywhere  M  v. - .   .;���__: i_ '.    .    , i,   ,  ��� -    "k'.Vnval'.Siv'arleM.. '."'."  '��-The admiral" of the navy,/receives ��� an  annual salary'of ?13.D0O., An ordinary  .seaman,gets ��19 a' month. '-,   -V, -' ,   _  .^   .-     '-;--..--" --Jll  ;'   ���. -   -     '  ' -   ������     i, ., .  r >. . i (.k'l  ,,jyy '  -^ lloy��i  Who  Smoke..;.. ,      , ���  ���'-Aif English* schoolmaster asserts that  ho can'"deteet ihe ,'smokers among his  boys by 'their; handwriting,-, the, wilting of .the' boys who smoUe being loose  and Stbby. -Ilandwriting, ,he saj;s, is a  , oincmatdgranh of the heart -'  ���* < i  K����,rnK�� .��   tluiuliiflii   Klll��  Mltiw,,  - Many   chiclieti   growers   know   wIaiI'  a   nuisance .the chicken  mite  is,   and  they will lind the following by J. J."  ���ne|)p of fo������a.  mteiesting:    .  Tho mites, live and.breed  in. fissur-  MAKES  NEW  BLOOD.,     ,  '  That is How Dr. Williams' Pink PiMs  -f Cure the Common Ailments'of life  Making, new blood.   ' That'is -jus!  what'Dr. Williams,'' Pink Pills are always doing ���"actually  makjng'riev.;  blood: . "This' nejv blood  stiengthetu-  every organ' in the bodyr and   striken,  slraJghi at the icot^of anaemia, and  the  common   ailments--of,  life  wlncn  havo their origin iii poor, weak,' wat-  e.rv blood,., Airs'. A'.' H.'Seeley, of Stir-"  ling,  Ont,  tells what Dr., Williams  Pink. Pills' did for her. fourteen yeai  old-sister,   Miss   Annie, Sager,   aftei  other treatment had failed. She'says*  "Fbr' some years .Annie .had not beer'  well.   She >\ ould' take 'spells- of 'dizzi  uess  and  headaches  that  would   last,  for several ('lavs, and her whole, bod},  would become diy ancidiot 'aa though  she was burning up .with 'fever.   Hei  lips jvould twe\l until, near .'the bursts  ing point, "and'then when;the  fevei,  would leave-he,.the outer skin of the  lips would rpeel    off.   She,  doctored'  with -two different doctors,  but  the>  did" riot isucce'ed^in  ctiring her,   and  the'trouble   seemed  gradually" to  bt  crowing worse. Then 'we'began givjnp  her Dr.' Williams' Pink Pills and under this treatment she has recovered  her health.   The headaches 'and dr/.zi  ness have i gone;   her   color   is    im  proved; her. appetite better, and she  has. had   no' further .-"attacks 'of ..the.  fever''which - baffled uie doctors.   AYc  "nrii gieatly  pleased .with   what ,Di.  Williams'  Pink  FJI**- have  done  foi  her, .and/re'eommend them'" to..othei  sufferers'."  / ���    ->" ..   ''. ���      '"'  v Ti-was'the rich-red blood Di.  \\ U  Hams' Pink'Pills actually-make whici.  cured Miss Sager^/ThaUs ��>hy these  <nills cure  all common  ailnieiits  like  ���aliaemia and debility, heaoaches any.  backaches;   In'digOb'tionJ, :rheumatism  iieuialgia, St. Vitus dapce    and; th _  special ' ailments    thttt  piey  6n u.t  liealth and vhappihess , of *   girls _; am;  women of all ages.   Get' the pemuiu  Dr. Williams' ^Pink    Pillg    for - Pale  People,   with   the  full   name   on   the  wiapper  mound  eacn   box.   bold   d>  'all   medicine  dealoiB"or  hy  mail   al  50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.o0  from1 the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.-  Brock vi He, Ont. , '    .-_,._-.  garded us, and still as death we stared  back, and then with a spring I was In  my tent, and with" another 1 was back  rifle In hand. , ' ,  1 I cannot remember loading or cocking, but I remember seeing the dark  mats at the end of the1 barrel and 1  remember the shot dying'In tha'hills.  If "l had lilt. If we had dragged a dead f  animal into camp, all would have been ���  ��lmple."But'I missed.','With'iut sound,!  or so the men said, th'e creature melted  Into  the  silver forest, "and,, left me  a - Tbcy  eel- of   frightened   children   to  handle.' ,  Josef, indeed,' was  reasonable,' but the        Old  others were in a pitiable fstate.     ,     ,      health  - ''"It -was-^-it 'was," TVezlna sta *       through. cllcklng',r teeth,  "it  was   the���   usually the pages are, pasted on both *  One wants a man 'who is comparatively strong all over if he is to be admitted to the Innermost sanctuary. Tho  man who is'Impossible In one or more  respects must certainly-be relegated  to the mere outward fringe.���New York  American.        ",  ���.'  '  OLD  SCRAPBOOKS.u  j  SozuetiiueM ,' Prove,   a,   Serloo��  Slcuuce  lo,Health.  scrapbooks   are   a^ menace   to  For 'several rcaso'ns they bar-  it "was.''";veztna stammered    bor more dust'than any other old books. ; i����ti.iV:-tive riey  of ��ic  ir����b  --     ��������    ..     .....       .��--       uuiiiiu"."" . .   .     .. ,j,,.-f      w,   i>^   i>a..��.i..d -Hyde  pointed  out,  loup-garoh.", And he gazed,-at tne wllh;        ^g   making Uiem'thick'and uneven, j  big childish eyos as if begging me, t�� ��� Thejr'are broadband their oruate bind- I  contradict      , .   ���   "c       '      ,   ,      ' in'gg are seldom behind glass doors,>ut  iJHE  INDlbHtNtiABI-E MAN.   k easily'acce'ssibls oh tables and shelves.  <  "       .     '   '- ������-      , ' 1 AJ"ter turning over the pages, sneezing,  Ad'EvcdI T1iii( Jloveil'llim (o Tate a    .'?      /     ',L '   Trip   m   Europe. ��        _ . 'k  He was one of-those then -who believ'e  Gael  Xk Dr., Douglas  "the Irish, Gael is pious by nature.  There Is not au' Irishman in a hundred  in jvhbm is 'the making of* an unbe-"  liever. ,God"isi(for blip assured,, true*,  intelligible. wiicDj'he,meets a neighbor,  hrad colds a-nd hay, fever have otte^ Instead of saying 'lion Jouc- or 'Good  resulted without "the cause being sus-    morning'  he  says   God salute,you  In  our- library was a  scrap-, . Indeed,   all   the   ordinary   iu vocations  oflice.  -Why.-If'I were to stay away '  six   greeks   there's " uo   tellhig vwhatvJ  would happen!   No. I, must be there all  the time."    ' '   ,,'      . ,' k,     t- k  - So they didn't- go ..to, Europe. Instead ho got sick, good and sick, too,  the kind of sick-.Unit kept him on his  back foreuearly a Uionth'and didn't let  a'bindery to "be fumigated and rebound-  To preveutin great .measure this condition, use'a carbolized paste, paste,  only on one side of the page, keep, tbetn  behind- glass -and provide them with  oil paper covers. Do not let this adverse side prevent any one from mak- j  Ing   scrapbooks     Use   preventives   as  A thousand laudations to God,; and if  he be shown a young child or anything  else for the' first time he will say,  ���Prosperity from God o�� it'  ->.. .��������--  'Librarian*   and  Liberia.  Tlie  'American   Library   association  lately held a meeting at,, Narragansett  him'get back to his desk for still, an- ( With,an-0id books whose pages have', Tier.   Among  the   persons, in  attend  ..'.-. ' , _.-..,.       ,r��..l^���,,!..       nrinaC' /vn   i-l\t*   n,-r��r.nf>.l in p.c   was   a    UUXOll  other week.;.,      .*"'                ��   ���', '         *f /been turned until tiiey���are sullic-ieutly  ' The'day came for his return to bar-     uneven to'1 harbor dust���Good , House-  uess,   and   he-plunged 'for the  office.,  keepIng> y   ,.,-/;,  All the way downtown his miud danc- i;..,       ,.  ��� -���-���;���= '���   Called Them, Love Apples.",     "  ��� Tt ls not  generally known,,says The  Co'-borno   E'xpress, ,,lMit  nevertheless   a  fact  that  there are,people still  living  who can remember the time when to-' .  matoes  wero  raised   merely fnr  'their  beauty, as we now'ralsn roses.    TVTnle  Its beaury was admired It was considi  ered like the poisonous oak, dangerous  to even handle  except' by  "dark com- ,  plocted" persons.   ' Years  of acquaintanceship, howWer. wore off its  superstition,   and - a   few   "fool-hardy"   actually 'o'wnea  up  to having tasted  the  fruit.,   Fromc this'small beginning has-  grad'ually grown a rusa .that makes today    an    Industry    with    a   combined  capital of  over thirty -million's  of dol- ,  Ura, Which   disburse*  millions   ot  dollars' to Its employes each yea'r and aggregates an output of two hundred and  'forty million cana ' *,".    - . v\r    ',,  i\,  '��','.  ed  ^-lth the  visions, of- the wreck o^ {  .business that would "greet him.    lie  :i  l- , _       ,ller  t.<tve.  "T>n you call your husband Honey?"  '"No   I.call him Pickle.".  ��K0    He knows I detest honey, &'d   brought out the fact that she had mi*  ^W-Sn/nveq nlckles "-Houston .taken-the librarians for a nnssion from  very woman loves pickles,     no   , ^  ���No  e  Post  Tlie  Mo��t  important   Venrs.  The   recent  death   of   Carl   Seburz  about buildings and feed upon tbo ' CJllIs  t0  m-ma,"  says  Enos Clarke  of  fowls when tlfcy t/o, upon the nest or  porch. -  Mites may be . introduced 'nto a  flock by a fowl or other bearer  brought   from  infected picmiscs.  Jtites may be extciminatcd by  thoroughly spraying the. building  sod its contents with koroscene emul-  nioii'. "  kerosene  emulsion  kills - not  only  St Louis, Mo.,- "a conversation with  Mr Scliurz some years since while in  St Louts, when he spoke of his return  a few years previous to Germany and  of a long and friendly interview with  Prince Bismarck. During this Interview the prince asked Mr. Schurz his  a^e. and on "being answered that he  was .then nearinKrhis seventieth birth-  ance'on the proceedings was a buxom  lady-of color, who took a prominent i  -seat and listened 'to all that went on  ������with an air of evident pride.   As she  did. n6t appear to be a regular, delev,  gate   she   w:as   finally   questioned   re-/  expected to' find .the staff demoralized, j     ."��" *���^T'lm^ic^e'" 7       "     ~,\ ^rding her identity, and revealed her-  the' business,, gone to, pieces, the' cob-"       .��^i'waCious -'doesn't that make   self, as;, a'fairly well known laundress  webs thick on the order books,and-an {       Good gracious.  oo��> ���   ,   , r,    yoC Jthe   place.  , Further   questioning  'air of gloom 'hanging over all, which .  h"?KT���    ���  could be dispelled,,only-,,by his triujQ-,|  'phal   entrance/"*   He \fancied '-hjmself-f  picking the, business! out  of the "mire -  and putting-it oh its" feet again. '^ '  But'did he? >*ot quite. ->   i; .' ."'<-  -He'entered,the'oUice. 'The boy was  there aud Iooke'd.up'at" him, as .though "|  wondering if the boss.were" not a,lit- j  tie' bit, late.    The cat' rubbed  against '  him as she always'did.   .His desk was  opened as usual, aud on it.was no pile  of mail, the accumulation of all these  weeks. The clerks w;ere at their places ,  as_usual.._ Injacty no tiling was'appar-  I-nFof tfie awful clisasfer that be .had  expected;   hardly ,auy one seemed  to  know that he had been away.  He stopped for a moment, breathless.^  and then  managed toicall one of bis  'V' -,'"-      ,    Oratory-. ,.- ,  '    >    -  '  '"Your-son'won a'prize for oratory  'while he was- in 'college, I ; believe.  Wbatis he doing now?", "He,got a  job in the union depot announcing the  departure of the t��ains."-Chicago  Record-Herald.  upon the librarians/whose'debates'and  literary performances had not in'the  least served' to dispel her 'illCibioa.���  Bookman.   '       > "  -       < ^ c,     f-     ���  ORNAMENTA L   ..t'.--Wi��&i^f;fe!b'��*ipi��icfe's^-M'-V1  M ETTW^ilC^ROOFlNCt CS^  l-;-:'iyX'"a.vv:-iir��:r>ii'.r.i��Ey��sA:.--'%'y"^  y  ' a  <D��aOSKtN& " STOPS  Caltla^Vlsh horns aro dnnK*rous  aud a constant, ^ueaace to persons  and olber cnttte7"I)utvorn tbotn  quickly and wi-.i ellgti* pain ^HU ��  KEYSTONE DEHORNER ,  ?U,OTCrIn2mlnat��B. Kotaharsll  mofhod. Le��T����aclcivr, clenncut.  Cows triTO more mil!-; swsn mato  better" butt. S*nd tortrocbooklot.  R. V.QiK-iiiu. PW=a. Ozizrio. Cja.'  T.OS!5.  v"',-;,',1  ���     \   '   ''k'!  1 I  the mites,  b-a also their eggs, when     d!lv the prince quickly replied,   Let me  it u^uvis into contact witb,-v.'i?iB- ,     , j tcli you> General Schurz,- that the first    l.s    I seventy are the most' Important years  "   SENSIBLE-MERCHANT.  Iteu- Island, | Aug.. 26.- 1QU3.-  Minard's. Liniment Co,' Limited.  Dear Sirs���"* our oravellei is here  to-(bi\ and we are getting a large  nuaniity- >of your MlNAKD'S. LLNL  MKNT We rind it the best Liniinem  in th . market making no. exception  We have "leen in business 13 yeais  and 1 ove handled all kinds, but have  dropped them all but yours; that so lb,  itself: the others have to be pushed to  gel rid of.  M  i of one's life."  Conrtluir  Worry.  "My wife was rather worried when"  I left her this morning."  "What was the matter" '  "Well, she had been worrying about  something or other yesterday evening,  and this morning she couldn't remember what it -was"    ,  Minard's'Liniment Cures  Burns,  etc.  ���.   c An   Odd   Tun  of   "W'nr.  .Screw propellers, like most other In-  renUons, had great difficulty in getting  recognition , from authority. ' For instance. Sir William Symonds, surveyor  and principal designer to jthe British  admiralty, could not be brought to believe in'them.' He declared that steam-  men to him aud ask about something, j ehlp3 .o�� any s0l.t were "monstrous"  The man began to tell him what had , Rnd - that the 6Crew was impossible.-;'  been goi'ug c*a. They,bad been trans- j Th(j day came when choice betweec,  acting business'just as_ though he j,paddle wheels and screw propellers  had been there���tinswen-ing,'mail, ��11' , had to lie made. The naval authorities .  ing orders, taking reports from travel- J ae& tWQ .-hipg stern t0 stern, and when  ing men and sendiug.tbem out again'��� i Uje ..screw propelled vessel had trl-  in short, the' little particular world of , umphed OTer the paddle steamer' in  his1 business had gone on just as'< thl3 ludicrous tug of war' the lords of'  though he had-been there all the time. I th9 admlraity feit justified' in model-  He heaved a sigh���a sigh of humil- , ^    ^ British navy anew.  had tele- ,     " -   A. IIAGEIUIAN".  Put Your Feet in  "Domiiuon Brand"  oose.  Feels good, right off. Soft,  smooth, silky. Fit* juit right,  doesn't it?    Nice and warm, on')  And every pair is juit the isame.  There is always warmth���and co'm-  fort-andWEAk���in  "Dominion Brand",  Hose. This tag guarantees all three.  Look for it whatever ' you  huy.  "Tin Teg Thai  Tells " .  Floiili.Ii   IHiilrluionr.  All the way our driver had been very  chatty. He told us how he had chosen  his -wife. He said: '-There wns some  tnlk of ber in the village. My aunt's  nephew'spoke to me0of her. but I  never saw her till the day before we  wero engaged. When I heard of her, I  went to the piihuiuy���man of speech���  who nlwavs arranges tliese things. I  gave him 0 marks for her. She liked  what she heard of me, and sho gave  him, ns she was bound, a white shirt.  Then I thought I would see her. so we  arranged to meet at church at Unni-  kieml. and we went there, and it was  all right We g'-t on together."���"Vignettes of Finland."  Minard's Lament Relieves Neuralgia  Rrll'iln'i.  ^ ��r ' !����������!.  Tlie  cnpitixl  value  of  Britain's war  enormously    increased  nierely  by  (leet   has. been  moiled   Sciulrrel.    .  For broiled s.ptlrrel you must b��  sure the squirrels are young. Wipe  well ins.de and out with a wet cloth,  but do not soak tli'em. as this draws  out the blood and makes tlie meat dry  'Ctit'in halves down the back and broil  over a clear lire. When done lay od  n hot dish, spread with butter, season  with popper and salt and serve with  broiled rashers of bacon nnd tart jelly  Cleitiilmr   White   Wool   SluiwU.  Shoulder shawls of.white wool yarn  nnd the various other urticles now sc (  popular in crocheted and knitted work  neier Kuk ns well after water bus  toucl-.(,\l them us before. A dry wash  is best l-n- Mich white wool things.  Take an excellent white flour and rut  each anlelo m U exactly as it you wore  w.-isl-ii:- it m liquid. Two or three rub  biiitrs may be n-cei.sary.  ity.    In  fifteen  minutes  he _  phoned his .wife to make plans for'a  European trip, and that, he would accompany her. Thus do matters make  us see how small we are.���New York  World.   The Small Bo/i Version.  In the shade or the old apple tree,     "  Someone shook down some groon fruit  to me; ' -  I put down nine or ten  and I realized  ���-then .  I had lost  all my   longing for tea.  Soon Oe doctor was looking at ma.  Then I thought oi the size of his tee,  And  If when I should  die they "ouW  taXo  m* to  He  Ja th�� shade of tha old aopU ti^*.  Ancient   filn��ii.  In the Slade collection at tlie British  museum In London the most ancient  specimen of pure glass the date of  which can be approximately fixed is a  smi'll lion's head, bearing tlie name of  an Egyptian king of the eleventh dy  , Her  Scheme. '  Mrs. De" Styles-He never gave her  any part of "his wages, but spent it all  In a nearby saloon. Mrs. Gunbusta���  How mean! Mrs. De Style���But he  gives her every cent now. Mrs. Gun  bustar-She's reformed him, eh? Mrs.  De Style���No, but she runs the saloon  ���New York Times.  STKfiTrai-R?CANAWfl*^  Table  Manner*.  Parents, even in a humble cottage  home, should pay attention to the conduct and manners., of their children  at mealtimes. They cannot tell what  position tliey will fill In after life, and  a man or wo��uan who is ignorant of the  most simple laws of table etiquette is  terribly handicapped. Were tbo parents  to reprove the child who conveys its  food to its mouth with a knife, who  drinks its tea from the saucer or who  sticks Its elbows out at right angles,  the lesson so taught would never be  forgotten.    There is a certain amount  To His  Pleased Customers  The wise grocer studies  his customers���knows their  likes and dislikes���knows  that his best trade twant  liooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas   ,  He lets them know that  he has their favorite biscuits  ���and sees that they are not  asked to buy something "just  as good," .which is NOT  as good.  i  i  Cold-proof  Underwear  / Stanfield's   Underwear -is  made   of  long,  .silky,   Nova  |  Scotia wool���the finest in the t|  world for Underwear.  The   superior- quality   of   i  wool:���together with, the  pe-  s culiar knit   of  the   garments  -���g~"ve   the   greatest  possible  warmth with the least, weight.  nasty. That is to say, nt a period which ,       ^.eedom at lhe family table, where  DOMLNION  Hoar mills  ABurrttliCo.  M.Hh.11. Om  W... Uu.tx.1m4.  shi:>s  of /the Bi-i.t.iH'1  navy,  nrer'ing) .---- ,. ,���    ������_,,  following  at   tho   respective    pcru  LSi3,   10   millions sterling;  1801V  their tot  al   first costs     (according  to ���   Bngi-  hnvo   represented   about the.  periods  1"  .,,.     ���       1 Qr.vj    t*     somewhat  to  18  millions;     181^.   a    BO"      .  ,,shM.   f^irc;   18,8.   M ;^   -* ^  nition   are  not  ine.ludod.    . I !\o  ���"  A  Pve-,,1  national   Hoot  m ^^0  TO8,���T808at8S7i.0.1lion--VK'^;  hut     a    slower     rutf     o  hat   of  l.liuUovulBa-'��  and  increase,  �����/���.-,v. tb than l  '|iiif'Lf/:^  may be moderately placed at more  than 2,000 years 13. C. glass was made  ���with a skill which shows that the art  wus far from new. -Loudon Telegraph.  Hit. NithtinL-.'lu'*  Mcmiic"-.  Thouprh Jl-ss Florence Ntsrhtimra'a  ��s now on old lady of eighty-three,  and is spending tlie evening oi her  Jays in letnoniont. her peisonal interest in nuiM-s and nursing is as  keen as ever, it was neurlv half a  century since she devoted the national Crimea testimonial of ��50.-  000 to the foundation of the Nipht-  Ingale ITome for training nurses. rl ho  other day the' Mayor:; of Derby gave  a. garden party at Lea Hurst (M'SS  Nightingale's former home) to tha  nurses of Derby and district, ��� and  Miss Nightingale sent them .a cheery  iiiersage. "^e hear," she wrote, "a  good.deal nowadays about nursing k��  profession, ���-. but the question : for  nurse is. Am'I living up to my  profession? The nurse's life is above  .ill a moral and practical IrVe���a lif��  ���not .'of show, but of practical action.  T wish the nurses Godspeed in their  work, and tony each one strive with  the best that is in her to act up to  her profrsMon, and to rise continun.1- j  ly to a h.j'lii'" level of tlioup;lit and  pra tire, c-hrr.-ct er o��d dutifulness.'  -Christ io-  l_ri<l  each  \ "profo!  one scarcely expects to fiud Uie ceremonious deportment of a set dinner  party. But evou Iu the home there are  minor rules and observances which  should always be followed. The boy  or girl on whose mind they are impressed at an early age will never lose  them, and then, after years of struggles, it may be, the "manners that  make the man" will be their chief passport into the circle of their new acquaintances.  The   Beautiful': Tn  Dress. .���',,.., "������/  As to just what constitutes the beau-1  tiful, peoples and individuals must always differ. .There are, however, certain necessary elements or the beautiful  in dress upon which all Frenchwomen,  les dames des hallos (market women)  and duchesses/are agreed. Those are  principnllv three-it shall be .suitable,  simple and pleasing. ... These three  points, which largely determine the art  of dressing/.'Ixoiie half the'probtetn'of  economy; 'the other hair, is in'knowing exactly how iiiucb one may spend  on�� dress." Every French woman that  I know has a (i\oil 'sum upon which to  dress, and every member of tbe family  is considered, nieludiiig herself.���It-iv-  per's Bazar. i4i^T^?"  v.      /i    "-��������$     r >>    *  ������ it  ),*v     'i.w  ���/ ^ ��i - ~y-  . '"',- ' "^'"��  - ?   fa *'  t ''  *'. Vi^iT'-'i 'v<  &  ,��&  It.'l is&  1 .v%* i&'"teSt  I '  - I.  -���   1  J I  *1^  i    V  (1  '*  f- ^ r' ���    v1      >  - }j  . ii  if '"-=���*  ri  j-i  *.r   i V  " THE" 10YIE: 1EADER7   : ��� �� *����>��.  THE LEADER,' MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIAN  :   J. O. O. F.       1  , , , ���***.'*mT^-i    y^*-���*- Wildey X.oc*gc No, 44.  An old   gentleman, ' who   was   very ,'   "^~^  ">*�����?^  -Pibli^d in the interest of the peoplp.'d-af.aod   uho did. not  like  ant body , Meets Tuesday evenings in McGre'eor  of Moyie and Kabt Kootenay.  Y. >). S3IYTH, Pi-MMier  o.knowof his   infirmity,   took' it   fur j hall  on   Victoria   street.    Sojournine j  granted tlwt on  .meeting any  of  hi* 1 odd Fellows cordially invited'.  iriends   their . fi.'bt greeting   would  be '  t.\il)^��.,,->j.Jl,.V|;Er,  K.lTEt Of -Ul">( RIITIOK.  One Year.....  ibout the weather.    One of his.friends  ���-=l [ '"-'ho knew- thi--, tn��etir.E aha one morn  ing going    to   bu.-iiieos,   san':    'Good  ,    ', si'-rning John.      JLi.via  your   wife'?"!  , I'h-old gentiem in, fih:aking  iij' vra  ___^, ' i-l.-i'iu him ahout'the weather, iiutno-  jdiaic'.y    replied:    "Damp;  diity   und I  . r2.oc  -l'S'.greeahle, and no sigaiof a change."  ���R. T. Howard/   '       F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  SATURDAY, OCT . Z, IliOC.  Meyi.A- biuine." men are tp be congratulated oil the < fl'.irts they are rank  'ing to ip'prove thu conditions of   thc.ii  town.    Now fur   a  b^g pull    and    a  fctrang pull for .Moyie.  < luiiclt ho ri Jrc-x.  rREFKYTEl'UN���In   ihe   Oddfellr.wt  Hii}).. .Sunday School al 3 p, iii.   Evening    terviee   at  &'  Even one w.-hjome.  G. M. FINLAY, Pastor.  Methodist���Sunday School at 3p  oi.   Evening service at 7:30 o'cIolk.  ���Evcrvi'-t'ic welcome.   ���    ,:- *  .   ,     i.T.^SOJiTEiliJUTT?. P.istor.     "  St. Eugene Lodge Xo. 37  K. of P.  1 i  Meets every Thursday j  -veiling    in    McGregor]  hall at 8  e 'clock.    Vis  iling brothers invited.  G. Ii. t I.VBI..VY.'      G, W. Orchard,  Chancellor Com. *  K. 11, and S.  MARKETS'  Comfortable  Booms   and  Best of  Table Board.  [J. A., GOUPILL, Propr.  In   all   the  .Principal  Cities an#   To^ns   in  1 ;    .-*  British Columbia.  li'jj  BO!  Baltimore has patse.!   nn   ordinance  making'   it,   compulnory   tout   ever.it  , house hereafter built iji thai city   haw  a bathibom.    frhe  virtues  of  uioanli-  / ness are evidently, held in .high   regard  tViiam:-,, lit ulm-s ami   lining.  ��� ^ . ----- ,  blood  poisoning-' Keep 'a,, bottle ' of  Pain Jiahii iu your home,, and  it   will  ,g.-  /    by-the salons of.Marvland's chief city  'i>       - J   .�� ^          r  -  Premier , "Whitrey'ol   Ontario   now  denies that he said   that   McB-ride w is  . "neitherjfrank nor sincere"in, his prea-  / L'utanon of British Columbia's case be  ,. fore the  conference, or  thepiovinci.il  /premiers1. ' .Now, whut are tl-e Liberals  '  /going   to  do about  'it?     Another -of  . ' r  -tlieir falsehoods has'tjciin nailtfd.,      '    '  .  _/> 7'?*" r    '      ������-<l [save you time and money, not to men  ,  ,,    The present boom   ia  tlie  price of." tio^i  the'incoi))vni&iica 'and   sufiWring  ' silver is one of the most lemarkabledn I sUch '"i��nes entail.  'For stlc '.by'the  '."tliebUtoryoftlwnitfUl.   riieWgout j lVr��J"ie ^"-,JB lt St,llic,nery Co.: ;   "  , rput froni'the Cobalt  mittos seems   tc'| =  ���be haying   no'"efiect, .while-the' chief    '  Accuse ofsthe rise is   the Iieavy   buying  .on behalf.of India.    Since th-* first  of  .the year n 13 estimated that India and  ,the far ease-.have takeu about S5,000,-"  , 000 ounccB. ..;"  .,    fi        ' ���-1   .'  '     '       . , ���  ' "*"    ^   -  President     Iloojevelt    is'   certain!-  ,Moyie Miners' Union  "       Mo. 71  W. F, of M. "v  ^^t���els-in McGregor hall every Satur-^  day evening. Sojourning-.members  ire coidially invited to, attend.  ���ROREftTS,  Secretarv  j J. L Gireo.vs,^ '- ' , Jas  President.  By applying an iintiocptic dres'aiuC  to woiinds.bmi^e?, burns and,like'in-  ijuiics before iiiflimation,sets in,' they  may l-e . healed without, maturation  Hiiii in about one-third,..the .time re-  (liiii'ed by.lbe old-ireatmiuts.--' This ir  1 he greatest discovery and triumph   of  1 - tx 1     * j  modern.airgery,. Chaiatierlaiu's'PaJii  Ualniacts on this same principle. .It  is an antiseptic, aud *wlie�� apjilied tu  such iirj-irios. causes them toneal very  quickly. It also allays the ,pain and  ��0renesj gnd prevents, any   -Innger  of'jDR- .HAJtVIE, "   - .  J. II HAWJCE,  ^McKILLOP  -ASSAYIS^  IV1I01.KSAI.E Attn    RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  ?  f  F^coh and Cured bleats, Fresh  Fish, Game anS Toultry.   We    ,  ��� < '  supply only  the  best.     Your,  trade solicited.  HEAD  OFFICE,  TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Wan'ag-er ALEV  , ....  .    BANK MONEY ORDERqI  -            .              'SSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES ^ ^ S   "|  ^5 and under .'���>       ' *  ��� ^$g^a'����B��^i|��'-:::: 5��S  * "        ,"'    ?30���     �� -       '    g    {����nt3     r     '  These Orders arcPayable at Par at any office in'r,,,., 1     "  (Yukon ��*��**!), .nd -t.t^nncipalbin^^n^lLau".0fr: ��?*^w  '.'   ' �� -   m itm.i-t. 1,. �� . ._   .      **   ^-'llltc.'Cl   ^   l-^l  1    "Wti,,  '  MKCOTIAULX'AIVA  KJXpD RATE AJ-  ��4'.  MOYIE AERTE NOr855 [  ^^SJ&^f^55*" , f ^T-E LS0X,  kyT-yi*^.ii^-.\> a^^r.^'s  .Ueets^i^st" Wi-iinesd.iy ol\k&th month.  1. U HAWJCE.  Worthy Secr'yl  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  , r "AUU..AIJ..X-A-IVA  KJXPD RATE A J- ,"^1  THE CANADIAN BANK OF, COMMERCE, LONDnv;  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums ���r ^  ���.   -   ' ��� .- ',v and at small cost." n'onty witi s  CRANBROOK BRANCH; '" .   ' t P H1|DID 'i  Im Ti IS IT-H* TT^ "TBcT Y TV* Wr tr^ �����-��.'�� ^k^'!  1  " "\VJIEN 1>J  CRANBROOK  K- IT. ft^XALIo 31aunq;ur. (  Good rooms7 good' tables aud bar  q   'and   first (jJass sample rootns.  'AVurthy Pres.  ! Cranbrook,'  B;   C.  strenuous.    lie  is   sendins  Secretary,  ,Tuft out to Idaho to make two speeches  during theiC.impaijjii. which,is now 01.  (Tuft will speak, at'. Poca'tello   Fiida'v  _ November, 2, aud  at "/Boise   th'o   n:-xt  day.   Press desp.itche^'Vay he will.con  .'line himself almost entitoly to law and  ���order.  -One of ins- friends  s.ifd -when  ,1ns (rip was annouDeed : '-'N'ou can hei  i*,  1 i. ��� .      r.'',",'  - tf'>-" ���-   - uu 0.113 uei iiti jij a equipment.    But there aie  '. .-your last dollar   that   -Taft .inif give   .       ���        BAGS AND BAGS. ,' '  '    those dynamiters helk"V '      ' r-���� ,t,��'i.^-.   '��� i-   -i--" '"  .     ��. -  <��� ' ' ' uet the bef-t only if you waiit'cfiici-  W. F/GURD,.   :-/     ���"  . . 1 -     >-. -,        1    j   ���  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.  7CRANBBOOI2.   " '    .     ! ��� B. C  A'.IIOT -WATER' BAG  ia noiv r. garded'-as-a family   necessity  It is good for so   many   purposes   tl a!  it should foim   part "of every house-  ���In the three years since the bouoty  on lead.wus instituted/the   production  ' .oi that metal in British Columbia has'  ���increased three fold. Oa'July, 1st, 1003,  r.vhen the bounty wa3 first given, the  ���St. Eugene 'and Sullivan mines, the  .two heaviest producers were idle. The  latter was practically abandc.l, .leav-  iog   an     unfini.-.hod ��� sin-ller   on    the  '.ground." This eU'.en:e::t ia by G. O ,  Buchanan, of Kialo, ^Iminia-.ra-or oi  Ahe lead bouniy in a recent   iu'.cr-;ew.  ent service.   Come here for it.   Alfour  rubber  goods" 'are depeiidable.' They  are real rubberj- uotii'mitatious.'' "Prices  ^ '   .     ",    . "        '. i  a e very reasonable, "loo.  Atlantic Steamships  "      ROYAL MAIL SERVICE;  Harvey^ ^"^McCartel,' -   -*i(W ^SSES" ���  ,"/..       ' ," ' >    >r Fi'o.m   ' MONTREAL ^ and  ^Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc. !|QUEBEC ���/to ^LIVERFpOL.  Empress of Britain,.-. .'.'..*.. .OcC 10th  Lake Chapiplaic L-.'<.: .".bct.< 27ih  :Emprees of'Ireland-.. ..c.\t. .Nov .2nd  ,Lake Erib..'. ���.... >.'. ./\ ."..r^ov.'/Ifiih-  / First ^Cabin ?63 and upwards, ',ac--|  cbrdiog-'to steamer; one class;steamers  (intermediate,) $42.50-; Secqnd' Cabin,  $45,and upwards; Third-class;i$25.50  and 52S.75.   .        ' -        .'."'"' ;K  '   "Apply at-once   for -our  illustrated,  Booklet    descriptive of' our  superior  ,  , _, .v/ ^���.   Third Class, accommodation.       "���"','  .���  Cranbrook, B..G.  f   .iFnoir  ;Montreal 'to  lon^on  g���1  '-"^VT. , "JL"   ' "y "''? '" DIRECT   <   .-'��� -'''-^  LaTte Miobigan/!:&��...,..Oct. 17th"  /    t1r Third Class ouly,'$2G,50  iNrqntrose \.': ,_ Ot:-24thi *  CarryingtSecond   Clrtssonlv; $40.00 J  Special .Limited /Train  "OVERSEAS  MAIL1'-"''.   " '"  " ,96 Houi-g  S-   ���  '    -.        '     '���      *'  Vancouver to Quebec  OCT. lnth and~NOV:,12th.  ,C. H-. DUNBAR  ���.     '/ '*."   &.; ' -"/ �����-     -.  B.irrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  "E.G. GWYNNE.  Oigara,   '   'J'ob.tcco,   , Jj"Coufclionery  ,'���*. r '",'   "',    bruits, K'c : ,   !t  'AB BELL' BLOCk ,i  DR. -P." B^MiLES,*  t * ' * 1.  Cranbrook,'' B,";C.  ."I,  he ^Moyie- Drag,  ! ''-"     r  ami Stationery Co.  Georg;e=S;-"Tiidnipson1 ;'  1     ���*��� ,      * -(        ",1 <  1      <a    ,     BARRISTKIt, SOUCITOR,   N6  tary Public', &c.   ' \ '.'  CRANBROOK,'1'    'British Columbia,  pieces 'Given"  arid I Orders  ���'    ' -'*  'm "i  '      I' '    "'^   ' '   '   '  Taken on   . -  I Xr  Everything ��� ���  --" ���1' */1  in,tlie Printing':  1 'i'  Cranbrookfederatiye Stores  r'-'-^ 1;".;-'- f.\^LiMcifed:'*-'* ".   "- i������'���"'  *   .' ,     '^   f  .-   ���l,'.-.-,.l,  '���  ,, ///   Funeral Directors/and  U   -"'��������� >4   / l-Embalmers.;  -.tinsassESSEs  BS3BEB&aBBESB  sszs  ���tit:1.  *-'���,  r1.1.  W; R/.BEATTYw "/  'Embalmer and Undertaker,   ''  PhoueSO.       L"        ���      C'RANBROOK.  c? J.  Joseph's   Convent. I Will,   Jewell  SFAJsO'S, B   C.  WjJ., 1;   eld'.  mj.i oy  ll.r.  B*JV  r*���  -���-i   vui.:.-;^ Cii:c<i,  .sLi cjis tell ^ n. i::.--  "..>.fc !'����-.    T.'./s-.jjovf �� ea:as F.-...  2. U.vlir^. a.���.rir.M.^rj-^Jilcsa. fc-  '^fi-X/ wlkcb e;<6 ciiirn^  4"he  icat  him  ���sto'' k:-scj -.ihici lii^ cju.'_  v.k  xSoirding and D^y School   conduct-1  f  ed hy the fli-ters of St. Jcji-ph, NelsOD i  ii.   C.      Commercial    and   'L��jeinec=  Ercellence  and  ing'.y she   gave  hi.-11   GulrifcJjt.  (  ; i  1  cyarsei a fpeciaJty. Ercellc-nce and f  T.wift pc.gre-r charictebize e-ach de- t  partment. Parent" thould write for,  pj.rticu'irs. One month as-uros, ��het  L'eT   puhh'c  of   the    thoroughnes'i   of   the  O. leil  siogi-.men know haw to ki==/'declared   Siateic'methods   of teaching.    Term,  ���the pretty .- widow. '���! should have  inown Mr. Bjoling was married by  ihe way he kissed me. Married men  .know how to kiss better than single  inen. . Their kisses are longer and  more heartfelt."    -  commence January,   April  aud   Sept  Pttpil-j are admitted during term.  Moyer-Haywood Case.  r  Szpress and Gener-  al ' Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable. ���  Leave Orders ab  Gwy-r.ne's Store.  MOVIE E     >      '     Biitiah   Colum'.ia  PREST PHOTO CO.  Cik-JCBROci; aud Movie  Up lo date no woid hns been received as to the action of the United  States ttipreme court in the Moyer-  Haywood case. The arguments were  made on the 9th, 10th and llih (,f i|le J  month,   and it was though; a decision I      " :  .would be Riven >p. a few d-iys. Jfcf "X*lJS.Xl: S.-23.C3.  BUV YOUR  FROM  XUTKJi".  Adam Wander it   now   mantppr  of  the, Moyie Brewery, and   all   hiismc^  f-hould be   t.-aua.icled    through   ���,*���, |  1 Th      Qi        .      1      c*     n  He ha, power to cell -cl  al. . account, ! A.     li    OlQWilf t     &    LO.  etc.    ^ 1   ,        ,- '    '-  A nice gul goes with every 20th '  Century brand suit or overcoat. Yuu '  i,et (Ii,.-suit or overco.it here, and the!  ^'irl afl7rv^.'..-c;-j��� if you don't it ia not  tlie fa'-.ltof the clothes, because thev've  clcJr.c ,:i! thai, clothe3 can do .to make I  you a winner.    AtE. A. Udi's.  Agent   for   Crow-j'   Ktst  Steam Laundrv. '  Dress-oiakinf  Columbian College ,  ��E\V WESTMINSTER, B.   6.  Receives both   Ladies  nnd   Gentlemen as Resident or as  Day   Students.  lUs a complete Commarcial or  Busi-  ik-sb   Course.      Prepares    students   to  gun    Teacher,"*"    ^ertiGoitea     of   nil  urndes.   In ufiilliation with TORONTO  UNIV'E-RSlT.jf  gives   the   Jour   years  eour^e for the B.  a. degree,   and  the  first  year of   the  Toronto   School  01  Science.    H is a   special   "Pro��pectoit  Cuur.->e" for miners who work in B.' C  I istructions    given   in   An,. Music.  Physical culture and elocution.  I     For Calender etc.  address  "Colum-  i bia College.''  Teim   open Sept. 17tli. 1900.  -iAN'D-  O. F. DEiAULNIER  Plaid.- &v^iog  ":-..rs.:'geo. a. lo,^er, ;  .:;     - ' Oice.i,s  Avenue  i DKSADX.SXKB'BBOS,1   I-roim.  hit e' sD.i'upl^ room in connection  with liouse for cotrunercial men. fBest  of accommodations.     '...,'  JIcadquorLcrs   for   Commercial and Miii-nyMuu.  QUEENS 'AVE-V1JB,  .   y 1 /  ,-'  DEALER   III  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aoyia, B,c.     a|ie9Ds' &-?%      MOYIE  EOS'  . #���,:/: f his/4s:,;th:e;!Sea"s6n: for'  -I1  ,/ii        -   '   r     -i. >,.    -j     - ���*t^��. M.vn'i'-y.M i-'.   , W:  /l\ *>'    /��� rSH   B^HlSi r^1 Si  Write jfar Prices to  . i       r '.        1  CRANBROOK.  'V.  't.   jy ..I  *  ���; One? f I  ���f'  :-*2.^.^r./S-<i-f^^ il)  �� - ��� - l. -.  , -   ^'  ��  . HOTE ,  P. K JO&MiSZOJV  This Hotel is New and well Furnished The  ���Tables are Supplied with--the Best the  ' Market affords. The Baf'' is Tilled with  !  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  ' ��� ,        1    - -  -    *i r j ���        , 1  1  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMKRCIAL  -' AND MINING MEN '' ''' .  MOriJS _ _ _     .        KKJTISHCOLUUnl.*.   J  ��������6 c;&i��(? ������6��������!e������*fe���e���03&3���*::'���eS3>93 9S.933*33�����������t***  ��B3rag3P^ggg*M,lBL^^ iMmmMMWMWW  As   nndn by the  pirscnt brewer   is   admittedly   l'10  Best  Beer in East Kootenay. Wilh U.e Best Malt nnd  the Puicst Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality.  Insist ou having Moyie Beer,  Bottled an$ Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Prppij-ietor,  ���'   '���      .       .'������      ������- : ;   '���' V     MOYIE, B.'C  IIBSBStBBSSBS  g^^22222S  ���'����..-  t-',?a  rtX-m&W  gMji  'W&i��


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