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 ' 'J,  f  ',907  \    . *    --^" - o^  WilsolTiSffCi^nDrook  ���wishes you a Happy-  New Year.  VOL. 9, NO 41.  (for  M/  0 t^iA^C^'^^^  that a first-class J,ewel-^Mfl^  er  should keep. Wilson'-,  Cranbrook. -    \ - * ' ..  MOYIE, B.C;,  JANUARY 12.1907.  S3 A YEAR  &  Year's  u  AUour Cash Rebate Cheques'dated  December 31st will be redeemed for  the amount printed thereon, IN CASH;  Our Cash Sales on that date was  $$.85. Those having them in their  possession can bring them to our  store and get the cash for thero,  R. CAMPBELL & CO  BUSY WEEK  IN POLITICS  Three Candidates are  Pulling Strings.  DR. KING IS NOMINATED  p.  ��� ��� -f  Real Estate,    Mining Stocks  Fire*-Life-Accident  INSURANCE  Beale & Elwell  MOYIE, B, C  Harvev Touring Riding and  Is- Having   Excellent  , Meetings.  In most of the (-onetituencieB Liberal  oandidat<-*s"are running. On February  2nd they will be standing still.  The Western Clarion says that a  "Labor Party" that is not pronounced  Jy socialist, that is not levoTutionary to  the core, is merely a hulk upon the  p'litical sea without compus.5*, rudder,  cargo or ballast.    -  It was atatod by a * Conservative  minister in this district that the pres  ent government oould not well do  much for tbis district for fear that Dr.  King, the-member, might get tho  credit for it.���Herald.  For ways that are dark,    .  And tricks that are vain,   .  The Cranbrook Herald is peculiar.  DANCED THE  HOURS AWAY  Moyie Odd   Fellows  Celebrate.  .CRANBROOK  \  Among all the stress and strifeof this  strenupus political time don't forget that  Red Gate Coffee | Salada-Tea  ��� .      ' * <���  are still in the field for your consideration  J. W. FITCH  The political contest in the Cranbrook riding has settled down on a  good, firm basis. All three candidates  have tbeir working committees, and  from now on it will be a  for supremacy.  In Moyie the Conservatives^ have  opened committee rooms in the  McMahon building, opposite the  Hotel Kootenay, and the Liberals aie  using.tbe sample rooms of the Central  hotel. .The fLibor men are usin-j  McGregor hall, whioYis also the head  (juar.tere of the Miners'   Uniou. '  Tuesday evening in Cranbrook Dr.  J. H. King received tbe unanimous  nomination of the Liberals of the district. The delegates to the convention  from Moyie were R. A. Smith, A. J.  Dandurand aod Chas. McDonald.  Kelly had tbe only political meeting in Moyie during tbe week. Wednesday evening he had a good turnout  in McGregor hall, and there were several speakers including J. L. Gibbons,  the c-hairruan, James Roberts, Thos. ]$���  K<-lly, Rupert Buhner and John F.  Ltheney. 'AU of the .speakers denounced bjth the old parties, aud  tried to point out that laboring men  could only gain favorable leg! slation  by electing men from the r^nk-i of  the workingmen.  J. 4- Harvey Uad an excellent meet*  Ing at Wariiner-.TUuraday..night,.and  another at" the Standard Lumber  Company's camp last night. Ha will  bold a meeting in Moyie next Friday  evening, January   18th.  The fight is practically bet-veen J.  A. Harvey and Tliomas Kelly. The  Leader is supporting ��� Mr. Harvey, and  would like topee him elected. But if.  Mr. Kelly is the.choice of the doctors  of this riding, the Leader will have no  steady puU' ^\ck coming, as Mr. Kelly is able to  put forth the needs of ��� Cranbrook  riding (richest and best in British Columbia) before the house in an intelligent manner,        i  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES.  The work of enlarging the tunnel  on the apper Moyie lake is practically  finished, ,      *   ,  ���  .        "    : i  P. Burps & Co. ljaye shipped 20,000  cheep from Australia to supply their  Alberta and B. C. shops.  The shah of Persia is dead. He had  several wives, and was a man whom  Roosevelt admjred, -as be Jiad 19  children. *  -I*"-   -  Already 15,000 tons of coal have  been- hauled into Spokane over tbe  new Corbin railway.  .  Either Ralph Smith,  or Duncan Robs will  governor of tbe Yijkon.  Bill Gather  be the next  ���J*5^*^. ���5^J��I--rftJ!^-!A^��J*^^  'I  . MOYIE'S   LEADING ��� HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  ALONG THE f MING LINE.  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms,  i  McMAHON BROS, Proprietor?.  j-frw^F^ W~W^vs^^ W'W W^r^ WWWW s^s-t^ /^stt'js* /j\----*5*r-*-*-vi>-j-. ��  CLOTHES  In $11 the Christmas and New Year's festives there is  nothing more important and necessary than good clothe s  Without gtfod clothes we cannot enter heartily in t he  many merriments and social affairs that mark the season.  Are you ready for fun?   If notwec^tn make you ready.   ���  ,      20 CENTURY BRANP CLOTHES  are holiday clpthes because there is no occassion or no as.  semblage to good for them,   tetus-fit you out for theholi  -days with clothes you will be proud  of for many a month.  E. A. HILL,  THE   LEADING   LADIES* AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  . ��5�� .y. zj-r-f-isv^-r^ ^rTysTT^s-T^r.  W 'W'W~W~Wl9s *&��� ***i  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS 5EPARTMENT.  deposits of $1.00 or upwards received.  There is nq better investment than a Savings  . Bank deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.  Interest  allq-*-*ed at  current  rates  and  compounded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J, F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  fr-if* *** ***" rffx^* *&*-&-&���& ifiijftsftLsfe* jnSt-tfe-Q jcw^*>*-5fttj*7 jfct-_^_s!ititf.'s&tA  ., W. W. B. Mclnnes will be in Cranbrook ,od the 17ih,  Hon. Richard McBride speaks in  Cranbrook tonight.  The returning qfljser for the Cranbrook riding-is John Hutchison.  Ralph Smith, it is said, can have  the-governorship of the Yukon if he  will take it.  John Houston has wired from Gold-  fields to the Spokesman-Review that  he will be a oandidate in tbe Ymir  riding, and that be   would   open   his  cainpaign_next_week. He_will.ran__fts  an independent.  A knock is as good as a boost. The  Cranbrook Herald is knocking the  Conservative nominee.  Hon.Richard McBride, H. B.Thomson, H. F. W. Behuaen and Alderman  Fred Davie are the Conservative candidates for tbe city Qf Victoria. All  will be elected.  fteil F. McKay, deputy-commissioner of lands and works, was selected by  tha Conservatives of Ka9lo riding at  their convention as the parly standard  baorer to succeed the former chief  commisdione*; of lands and works, R.  F.Green.  Smith Curtis will be the standard  hearer for the Liberal* in tne Siiuilka-  meen.   *  Polling booths will be al tho following places on Hloction day: Cranbrook,  six booths; Crother**' mill, Fort Steele,  Wasa, Kimberley, Ma'rysvillo, Ward-  nor, Watt8l>urfa', Moyie, Ryan. Standard Lumber.company's mill, Yahk.  R issland Miner: The Miner would  li\e to see Rossland represented, by a  man who can do something. That's  what counts in this day and age. Can  Mr. J. A". Macdonald point to one  single measure on the statute books or  one single act that be accomplished for  the welfare of Rossland. He talks  about what he will do if elected. Hfa  had an opportunity. Why didn't he  do it last year.  - In tbe Fernie riding there will be a  three cornered fight. The candidates  are W. K. Ross, Conservative, Moore,  Socialist, and Wm.. Dicken, Liberal.  Public opinion indicates Ross a winner  nahveyent.  Thirty million people are living on  bay, weeds-and ba'rk in���Russia., The  czar'has"quail .on toast for breakfast  every morning.  Walter Thomas Mills, the noted  So-jialist,hasstarted a weekly newspaper in Seattle, and has called it the  Saturday Evening Tribune.  Lodge Is Making Excellent  x Progress in Every  Respect.  "One of tho best .dances ever given  in Moyie," is tbe unanimous verdict of  all who attended the ball last night,  which was held under tbe auspices of  the Moyie lodge of OJd Fellows; The  big crowd thoroughly enjoyed itself  and the good canvas fl.>or '.was well  taken advantage of. The. s'upp*r,  which was provided by tho wife of ft  member of the lodge, was extra.good,  Wildey Lodge No. 4A is one of the  strongest in the province and is'made  up ot a bunch of active workers.' It  has just passed through a most successful year, during which lime twenty  candidates were initiated. Since the  lodge was instituted seven years ago  thero has not been a death among its  members.  Folio tying is a list of the officers   for  the present term:  ��� A. MucFarlane���Noble Grand;  W. H'.' Laird���Vice Grand;  F. J. Smyth���Secretary;  .A. G. Monkhoilse���Treas.;    ;  H. J. Lowes���Warden;  John Boyd���Conductor;  ' H. Sait���I. G.  S. H. Findlay���R. S, N. G.  H. Stophinson���L, S. IN. G.  Geo. McClellan���R. 8. V. G.  Fred Ege���R. S. S,  Tlios. Sowerbutts���Chaplain.  You can look with  pride upon your  shirt if bot here '  As thai  1-3  nothing  Ciieap  app3aranco.  abrit its  Our shirts are very dressy, of good strong linen,  with many attractive stripes in the colored-ones,  and are very popular with the fashionably dressed  young men in town.  Better Buy a number of the new line of shirts  Ave have just received in stock. They'll be sold in  short order, as they are the swellest and latest tilings  in Men's Furnishings. The prices are ericeptionally  low for such high-class shirts. We have them  plain and colored���suit your taste.  The latent of Men's Furnishing goods can always,  be had at our store.  MacEachern & Macdonald  LOCAL NEWS.  METAL   MARKET^  Mover, Havwood Trial.  During 1906 railroads ir+ Canada  spent '$62,000,000 in construction  work. This amount was not spent on  the Kootenay Central.  For being faithful to the Ottawa  machine John Brown, ex-M. P.P., has  been appointed county court judge of  the Grand Forks district.  One hundred and seventy thousand  poor families received free dinners in  Chioago on New Year's day. Andy  CarnegieandRockeieller were-not-in  the bunch.  Senator Coi has resigned from the  presidency of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce. General Manager B. E.  Walker was elected president at a  meeting of shareholders. Cox has  been president ior 17 years,  Clarence Darrow is in Denver in  the connection with the defense of  Moyer, Haywood and Pettibone, the  officers of the Western Federation of  Miners', charged with the murder of  ex-Governor Steunenberg of Idaho.  "I came to Denver to make an in-  vestigation into certain phases' of* the  case," said Mr. Darrow, "and will  probably bo here for-'a week, when I  expect to go to Boise. We don't know  just when the cases against our clients  will be tried. * A new jud^e goes upon  the benoh next week and ths cases  will be set by him- We hope for and  will insist as strongly as possible upon  an early trial."  The Herald's Poem.  In the English house of commons  steps have been taken lo deter the  further emigration of Hindoos to British Columbia. Good. This province  can get along pretty well, thank you,  without the Hindoo.  W. D. Boyce, an ex-Winnipeger, but  now editor, proprietor nnd general  freight agent of half-a-dozon sensational weeklies at Chicago, wants to  purchase Uncle Sam's post orlioe busi  ness, and has offered $50,000,000 for  same. It is not likely he will get control of the postal service.  The doggerel appearing - in la^t  week's issue of the Cranbrook Herald  reflects how ignorant is the author of  the candidates, and of the political  trend ot this district. After reading  this doggerol one naturally mug! conclude:  The lines denote a bruin of feather  With wit   that's   Highly,   learning,  light;  For in this modern poet's flight  I'm sure it may bo justly siid  His wings are useful as his head.  Roy Clothier is spending a few days-  in town. -  Hugh Cameron was both in Nelson  and Fernie this week.  Chas. A. Mac Kay-is again in  Moyie  and is working on bis property.  -  Billy Keast' has returned to Moyie  from the Lardeau.  Mis. D. A. Ayres left last Tuesday  for Spokane, where sho will make a  short visit,  Father Choinel will hold seryices in  the Catholic church tomorrow at the  usual hours.  There will be a dance, at Creston  next Monday evening, and au invitation is extended to all Moyie people  who wish to attend.  Miss Mae Nicholson left Thursday  for Cascade City, where Bhe wiirfiave  oburgo-of a soLiuul.----����-��-=r-->... -��,-- ^,. -  ' E. N. MoBath'left'Mbyib'thiB "week;  and it is supposed he has gone east,  where his family is residing.  Ira Reid, brother ot Mrs. R, Campbell, was in Moyie this week on a short  visit. He left Thursday for his home  atBarnet.  Andy Johnston arrived hom9   yes-  terday^after-se^eral; weeks   visit   in1  Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and North  Yakima..  A. Scotch concert will be given in  McGregor hall on the evening of Wednesday, January 23rd. A good. and  varied program is assured. Further  particulars will be publishod next week.  Miss Boyd and Miss Tetrault are up  from Eureka, Mont,, on a visit and  will remain in Moyie for a week or ten  days, Mi;s Boyd is a sister of Jahn  arid"WmTBoydrwhoaro employed  the St. ?:ugene.  - New York���Bar' silver, C9J  cents*  Lead, $6.  London���Lead, ��19 17s 61   *  POLITICAL,  Voting HARVEY?   So am I,  And HI quickly tell y*m why,-  He's determined, learned, wise,  ,  And in politics advised. v���       ^  He our wants can.ably-piend,   ���-  And secure us what we need..   '  He supports with all sincerity.'  Dick McBride, who brought pros--  perity, '      - ���, ���  King is good at diagnosis  When it is tuberculosis -  But when it comes to his providing  Roads and bridges for this riding, .  Why, he simply is not in it.   *.i*.���..''*-  .With our HARVEY for,a'minute.  .  -. But xi'darn poor politician.^..  - ���'.'.'.  In the Socialistic station  Kell\'d had his education ;  And remembering Baker's three  * Socialist votes in Moyie-e.  He's now canvassing his neighlor'  In tbe mtereets of- labor.  Why! on February the second  When the total vote ia-r'ckoned/'  I will bet my whole bank roll  J. H.-HARVEY beads tlu poll,.  ^���-r-  K"  Creston Hotel Sold.  Sam Miller has sold his hotel property at Creston to Mossrs. Brock &  Mead of Cranbrook, who will take pos  session in a few dn,y3 Mr. Miller and  fami'y will move to Vancouver to live.  at  "Wreck at Wardner^  Hookev Team Org anizad.  We are glad to note- that Movie has  a hockey team. At a meeting held in  C. A. Foote's store Monday night a  team was organized and the following  officers were elected:  W. H. Aldridge���Hon. Pres.,     *  Geo. Batchelor��� Hon. Vice-rPree.,  W. P. White���Pres.,  D. A. Ayres���Secretary,   ���  ''  C A. Foote���Manager,  E.O. Kamm���Captain.  The team will get together at once  and begin practicini*-, and no doubt  the boys will make a good obowinjj  for themselves.  Pavdav at the Mines.  Thursday .was payday at the St.  gene and the amount distributed  between $34,000 and $3q.000.  Eu-  was  Chamberlain's Cough fiemedy  Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.   .  A   Jamalonn    Lady   Spoiiks    Hlchly    of  CUiinhorluIii's Cough Uoinc'dy. '  Mrs. Michiifl Hnrt, wife of the super-'  intendentof Cart Service at Kingston,  Jamuica, West ludi-is Islands; gays  that she haB for some years usod Obam-  beilain's Cough Remedy for coughs,  croup and whooping cough and has  found it very beneficial. She has implicit cpulidehcc in it and would not be  without a bottle ot it in 'her ' home.  For sale by the Moyie Drug and  Sta'.iouery Co.  Views On Dancing,  Rev. R. Knowies, pastor of Knox  church. Gait, Ontario, in a sermon last  Sunday unsparingly denounced dancing. He said no Belt-respectim*; man  or woman would attend a dance, and  characterized dancing as "moral  leprosy." This small bore skypilot is  off his nest. Alexander Pope sighed  once, "And bear about tho mockory of  woe to midniglit daiices and. t\\q public  show," Socrates in his old age learnt  the art of dancing. Plato in ��jis Commonwealth advocated dancing. Shakespeare murmured, ''Sing it, and I'll  dance it." Even the good book says:  "Aud it came to pass, as he came nigh  unto the camp, he saw the calt and the  daucing." "The daughter of Herodias  oarn.o in and danced, and it pleased  Herod." These great men had brains  in their upper s'npes, while the Rev.  Mr, Knowies evidently las nothing  but mud.  Yesterday's 'westbound passenger-  train did noiTreach Moyie until three  o'clock this morning. The delay vm  caused by a wreck at W.irdner yesterday, in which a *brakeman named  Chappel was killed and the conductor.  wssoerfoii3ly-iojure'?,-ftnd-mr��y-not-rp-i-  cover. Tlw wreck was caused by a  freight train crashing into the rear  'if a work train, which was running at  V lower rate of speed,  Homo From Ottawa-  Duncan Ross, M. P. for Yale-Cariboo,  and F. J. Doaue of tho Ifelson News,  tho heavy aiti'.lery sent out to the  front by the Ottawa machine. 6hop,  passed through S^oyie last Saturday.  Wlu-n a representative of the Leader  caught a glimpso of these beuvy-  ���weights, thoy were busily engaged  doing justice to a six-bit meal iu the  dining car; all of which goes to provp  that they are not going to tho slopp*.  B.ope broko,  Tho Grip.  " Beforo wo can sympathize wi.tl\  others, we must havo suffered our-?,  selvos." No one can realizo the suffering attendant upon an attacft of tho.  grip, unless he has h*ul ttie act nil ex-,  perienco. Thero is probably ne disease that causes bo much physical and  mental agony, or which so successfully^  defies medical aid. All danger fronv,  the grip, however, may bo avoided bribe prompt uso of Chimberlain'.-j,  Cough Retnody. Among tho tens ef  thousand) who have used this remedy,  not one case has ever been roported  that has resulted in pneumonia or that,  has not recovarod. Sold by tlio  Mojio Drug & Stationery Co.  DIAMONDS  We emphasize quality  when selling you a Diamond,  'A Diamond ring properly-  bought is a good asset.  When purchasing from  us  you can  depend   upon   our  judgement,   for quality is  always our firsr consideration  Mr. E. A. Hill  of   Moyio iej our  agent.  W. F. TATE ��; SON  Jewelers and  Graduate Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Olficial Wiitch; Inspsctoiifcir C.  P.   l\  Orow't" Ne*st Pass Division. fiiti Leader, norm, British Columbia.  SWEET AND LOW.  Outi'iued  From  Last Week.)  "And you nre miles from an Inn or  house of any kind," he went ou. "'Do  you expect to stay here all night?"  "I'm���I'm not afraid," bravely shivered Beverly.  "It ls most dangerous.".  "I have a revolver," tiie weak llttl��  voice weut on.  "Oho!   What Is It for?"  "To use in ease of emergency."  "Such ii a repelling brigands who sud- i  denly uppcar upon the scene?" '  "Yes."  ".May I ask why you did not us�� It  this evening?"  "Because it Is locked up ln one of my i  bags���I don't know Just which one���  and Aunt Fanny has the key," confess- ]  ed Beverly.  The chief of the "honest men" laughed again, a clear, ringing laugh that'be-  spoke supreme confidence iu his right  to enjoy himself.  "And who Is Aunt Fanny?" he asked,  covering his patch carefully with his  slouching hat.    ���  : "My servant.   She's colored."  "Colored?" he asked In amazement.  "What do you mean?"  "Why, she's a negress. Don't you  know -what a colored person Is?"  "You mean she Is a slave���a black  slave?"  "We don't own slaves any, mo'���  more." He looked more puzzled than  ever���then at last,, to satisfy himself,  walked over and peered Into the coach.  Aunt Fanny set up a dismal howl. An  lustaut later Sir Honesty was pushed  aside,, and Miss Calhoun was anxiously  trying to comfort her old friend  thro ugh" the window*. The man looked  on in silent wonder for a minute and  then strode off to where a group of Lis  men stood talking.  "Is yo' dald ylt, Miss Bev'ly���is de  end came?" moaned Aunt Fanny. Beverly could not repress a smile.,  "I am quite alive, auntie. These men  will not hurt us. They are rery nice  gentlemen." She uttered the last observation in a. loud voice, and It had  its; effect, for the leader came to her  side with long strides.  . "Convince your servant that we mean  no harm, your highness," he said eagerly, a new deference In hla voice and  manner. "We have only the best of  motives in mind. True, the hills are  full of lawless fellows, and we are  obliged to fight them almost dally, but  you i have falien. In with honest men-  very nice gentlemen, I trust. Less than  an hour ago we put a band of robben  _ to flight"���  "I heard the shooting," "cried "Beverly. - "It was that which put my escort  to flight."  "They could not have been soldiers  of "Graustark, then, your highness,"  cjuite gallantly.  "They were Cossacks, or whatever  you call them. But, pray, why do you  call me- 'your highness?!", demanded  Beverly. The tall leader swept the  ground with his hat once more.  ''All the outside world knows the  Princess l'etive���why not the humble  mountain inan? You will pardon me,  but every man In the hills knows that  you are to pass through oa the way  from St. Petersburg to Ganlook. . We  are not so far from the' world, after  nil, wo rough people of the hills. We  know that your highness left St. Petersburg by- rail last Sunday and took  to the highway day before yesterday  because the floods had washed away  the bridges north.of Axphain. Even  ���'the hills have eyes and ears."  Beverly listened with increasing perplexity.   It.;was true that she had left  -Ht.-l-eiei'sUurg-on Sunday ;-that theun--  precodented floods had stopped all railway traffic in the hills, compelling her  : to travel for many miles by stage, and  that Ihe. whole country,was confusing  her.in some strange way with the Princess Yetive.   The news had evidently  sped   Hi rough   Axphain .and  the hills  ���.with the swiftness of Are.   It Would be  useless to deny the story; these men  would not believe her.   In a flash sue  decided .that' it would be best to pose  for   the   time   being as  the  ruler  of  (.'raustnrk.    It remained only for her  to Jin press upon Aunt Fanny the I m -  'porta uce: of'this" resolution.  "What: wise old hills they must be,"  she said, with evasive enthusiasm.  "You cannot expect me to admit, how-  over, thnt l am the princess," she went  on.  "It would not be Just to your excellent reputation for tact If you did so,  youi* highness," calmly spoke the man.  ."If Is .quite as easy to say that you are  not the princess ns to say that you are,  so what mutters, after all? We reserve the'right, however, to do honing-; I o the: queen who rules over these  wise old hills. 1 offer you the humble  .services of- myself and my companions.   We"are yours to command."  "I am very grateful to find that you  are not brigands, believe me," said  Beverly. "Pray tell me who you are,  then, and you shall be sufficiently rewarded for your good intentions."  "I? Oh, your highness, I am Bnldos,  the gout hunter, n poor subject for reward at your hands.., I may aa well admit that I nm a poacher and hav�� no  legal right to the. prosperity of your  hills. The only reward I can ask is forgiveness for trespassing upon the properly of others."  "You shall receive pardon for all  transgressions, but you must get me to  some place, of safety," said Beverly eagerly.  "And quickly, too, you might well  ...havis added," he said lightly. "The  horses have rested, I think, so with  your permission we may proceed. I  know of n place where you may spend  the night comfortably nnd he refreshed  for tho rough journey tomorrow."  "Tomorrow? How can I go on? I  am alone!" <she cried despairingly.  "Permit me to remind you that you  are no longer alone. You have a raffed  followlne,  your  hlidmess,  but It  -hall be :i loyal one. Will yon re-enter  the coach? It is not far to the place I  speak of, and I myself will drive you  there. Cnnie, It is getting late, and  your retinue, at Icusl. Is hungry."  He dung open t.ie couch door, and his  hat swept the ground ouce more, 'i'hu  light of u lantern played fitfully upon  his dark, gaunt face, with its gallant  smile and ominous patch. She hesltut-  ed, feiir entering her soul once more,  lie looked up quickly and saw the indecision in hor eyes, the mute appeal.  ���"]'nii*t ine. your highness," he said  gravely, and she allowed him to hand  her Into the coach.  A moment Inter lie was upon the  driver's box,��� reins in hand. Culling out  to his companions lu a language  strungi* to Jievrrly. lie cracked tlio  whip, nud ouce more they were lumbering over Ihe wretched road. Beverly sunk buck into the sent with a deep  sigh of resignation.  "Well, I'ni iu for' It." she thought.  "It doesn't mutter whether they aro  thieves or angels, I reckon I'll have to  take what comes. He doesn't look very  much like an angel, but he looked at  me Just now as if he thought I were  one. Dear me, I wish I were back iu  Washln'tonl"  (To. Be Continued.)  MY  PUNISHMENT.  ["Unstable as   water thou  shalt not  rtcel."���1'he Bible.]  Tha'curse is on my forehead,  All, me, I know It-well;  1 can't. :f. must. Uot, shall not,  Never  will  escel!  Flogged thro' Ihe weary years,  Floffffed with a many stripes,  I wonder how many tears  My poor old mother wIpesT  1  I wonder how many acliea  Her bosom feels for me;  For her���for-all .'their sake**-���  I'll try and better be.  /  I saw a girl last night  That loved me in the years;  She passed me In the lljyht  And cut me down with sneera.  Spurned me���and went her way.  And left me cold,and lone;  Her hair la turning grey.  Her heart Is like a stone.  ���The. Khan.  THE CROCODILE.  No Oth��r Animal Can Look So  Dead  and  Ba  So  Much Aliv��.  Tl,��.c I- Utile In   th�� animal illugdoill  that can look so dead'and be so "much  alive as '. a crocodile. The number of  unsuspecting persons who have mistaken him for a: log and have failed to  discover their mistake: until lt was too  late to be.of any benefit to them will  never be known.  In ancient times, several years prior  to:, the British occupation ��� of : Egypt,  some of the people of that country  worshipped the crocodile as a g'jd.  therei being nothing else like him. They  fed him on dainties and togged hfcn out  with jewelry.; In other parts of Egypt,  however, the natives looked upon him  as a devil. Having no. firearms, they did  not fill him with lead, but they managed to Immolate him successfully with  such weapons as were fashionable at  the time.  The crocodile Is not so numerous in  the,Nile as he was in the days of tin55  Rameses .family. In fact, he; rather  shuns the river now below.the. second  cataract on account of the annoyances  Inseparable from tourist traffic. It  seems impossible for a tourist to see a  crocodile without trying to plug him  with a revolver, and to a reptile that  Is fond of.a. quiet life.thla sort of thing  Iss simply-Insufferable.-He"wlll~not molest a man unless he can take him at  a disadvantage, and no long as man  does not unthinkingly step on him'; the  crocodile will go Ids own way and  calmly await his opportunity.  Ho feeds on fish, but for a course  dinner he would rather have humanity,  black preferred, which shows that there  Is no accounting f>r taste even among  reptiles. : His methods of capturing  large game-are plural as well as singular. Sometimes he will He on a river  hank partly covered with sand or mud  until an absent-minded native wanders  within reach. Having grabbed hla prey,  he will waddle Into the water and there  drown the 'struggle!'. He will then drag  his victim ashore and bury him in sand  or mud and wait for dayn before he  gorges himself.���Pall Mall Gazette.  :An   Imported  Cha����r.  In South Afilcu candles are used for  lighting purposes lu the homes,* and  when a young Boer maiden has gentleman visitors the mother sticks'a pin  In the candle, and when lt has burned  to tho pin. tho callers understand , that  It is time for their departure.  Mrs. , Early, a society matron of  Washington, recently made a visit to  the Transvaal, and was so Impressed  with the custom of the 11 ters that she  determined to Introduce lt Into her own  home. Consequently the electric lights  were removed' and candles substituted  tn the drawing-room.  Mr. Staylate, a frequent though not  always welcome caller, was one of the  Arst vislt'rs to call after the inauguration of tho new custom. He witnessed  the placing of the pin in the candle  by Mrs.'Early, .and after she had gone  ventured to lnaulre:  "Why, Allan Early, does your mother  stick a pin in the candle?"  "O," responded, .the ' young woman  with an air of apparent Innocence,  "mother learned that In South Africa  aa a way t>f sending home the Boers."���  Harper's Weekly.  Sweet and low, sweet and low.  Wind of-the western sea.  Low, low, breathe and blow.  Wind of the western sea!  .Over the rolling waters go,  Come from the dying moon and blow.  Blow him again to me,  "While my little one, while my pretty  one sleeps.  'Bleep and rest, sleep and rest;  Father will come to thee soon;  Best, rest on mother's breast;  Father will come to thee soon.  Father will come to his  babe in the  nest���  8ilver sails all out of the west  Under the silver moon!  Sleep, my little one; sleep, my pretty  one, 'Bleep.  ���Tennyson.  3  FLY ACROSS OCEAN.  Only.24 Hours From  London to  New  York.  From London to New York in 24  hours is the latest prediction arising  from the air-tiavei fervor. Walter  Held, the expert adviser of the 'Aero  Club of the United Kingdom, who  makes the prophecy, says that its fulfilment only awaits the production of  a well designed aerial motor. All the  elements for tiie construction of thu  motor exist. A motor weighing less  than'flve pounds-per horse-power can  be easily constructed. Its structural  material would be infinitely stronger  than any in, the organic world. A  bird's wing is a marvelous structure,  but it is heavy compared with the  membranes available to the modern  aeronaut. .Mr. Reid emphasizes the  necessity for devising an automatic  steering gear, which, he explains, is  a question of making the air machine  automatically revert to n horizontal  keel. This, as is evidenced by the torpedo, ought' not to be difficult. Steering would then be effected by diverting  the machine from -its normal balance.  The offering of prizes for aerial contests is. proving contagious., The owners of the British rights of the Antoinette engine, with which Santo's-  Dumont's aeroplane is fitted,- offer  ��2,000 to the winner of the Daily  Mail's competition, and ��10,000 if his  aeroplane i.-^-nnde entirely in British  territory. Tli* Auto Car, an automobil-  Ing iournal, offers ��500 to the winner  of the' same contest if his engine is  made in Great Britain. The Graphic  offers ��1,000 to tlie inventor.,of the  first heavier than air .machine flying  not less than a mile and carrying one  or more persons.  Whaling In Scotland.  A visitor who lias spent the last two  summers in Scotland; describes in The  Scotsman the Norwegian whale fishing industry carried on in-ithat British  Island. Jle writes: "Every part of tho  whale is made use of. The blubber is  run down into oil-. The flesh - is boiled,  dried.and ground into cattle food; the  bones and.offal are boiled, dried, arid  ground into guano. Only the liquid  that escapes during cutting up, and a  little overflow from the offal boilers,  runs into the sea. . . . The sheep and  cattle feed close down to :the stations,  even among the blades of whalebone  spread out on the grass to dry. I understand the "workmen regularly cook  and.eat the whale flesh. In Denmark  it has been canned for years. This  year one of the Shetland stations snlt-  .0 several-hundred barrels. Regarding  tlie kinds ��� of, whale killed,-there are  two. The finrier, 60 to 80 feet long,  yields about 30 barrels of oil, and is  J found 80 to 120 iniles.at sea; the coal  flsh whale, 35 to 45 feet long, about 15  barrels, 10 to SO miles at sea. The herring hog,"which is found much closer  inshore, is not taken. It only,yields  about one barrel oil, arid does not pay-  to kill.  " ...**'*'  Two Swallows.  Helloi Mick! Have you heard about  that awful affair?"  "What awful affair?"        -j.  "About the man swallowing the girl."  "Swallowing a girl Go 'long! Couldn't be done."  "Yea, fact. Swallowed a'.UUU milk  made hot."  "Well, that's good! But, lock here,  old pal, what about. the railway that  swallowed his mate, eh?"  "(31 vo it up."  "Well, he swallowed a little Dublin  porter cold!"���London Mail.  Vat-tun555.I"uutcrn.,  "Well. It's Just this way." snid the  sportsman.. "The-man.who can go out  hunting day-after day and not' caro  whether he gets anything or not han  the right stuff In him."  "Yes," remarked Slnnlckson, "especially when he's hunting for work, eh?"  -Philadelphia Press.  * -<  :!the Unexpected,  "Tou look sad,. Bilkins. Anybody sick  it'home?"  . "No.  I'm a little disappointed, that'a  all. My mother-in-law wrote some time  ago that she was -going to spend.',the  winter with us."  ���"Ob.-tljafa-It!"��� = '-   "Hold on. When we got her letter I  started right In' to fix up things to  mako It pleasant for her"  "Eh!"  "And now, confound It, she writes  that she can't come!"���Cleveland Plain'  Dealer.  THE MOD ��RN PSALM OF LIFE  :Tell me not in'mournful numbers  To work big schemes Is a pipe dream  If thou dost postpone thy slumbers,  No.5 take people usUiey seem.  Idfe is real!   Life Is earnest!  Only In a sure thing trust.  Dust eo to, to dust returnest:  Always be out for ihedutt.  Art Ir Ion5;, nnd time Is fleeting*.  And art pays no dividends,  So waste time not on Its fjreetlnr���  Use It strictly for cash >inds.  Lives of fakirs all remind us  We'can Mve on norvo subllm*  And, loot laden, leave behind u��  Other people "doing time."  Let us then be up. And. doing���  Doing every one we can.  fi'tt will have luck us pursuing  ���  "Doing"  thus our fellow man!  ���Baltimore American.  Complete Depravity.  "We've often heard about the mean-  ��st man, but I happen to know the  meanest woman."  '���Who's she?"  "The one who goes to weddings and  ilyly removes the cards from the presents;" so that tlie bride can never know  which of her friends it was who gave  tier the plated butter knife."  Jim'   UUe   Ciieu.  ��� Hubby���It becomes very trying, my  lear. You're always saying check,  -tbeck,'check 1 I feel as if life were p  long game of chess. Wifie���Wcll, 12d-  ward, if yon don't,give me something  f shall have to pawn, pawn, pawu,  md it would still .seem like u game of  :hess, wouldn't it'?-  SKrcamlc.  "That's my'best woik," said the poet,  ifter reading the verses to Critlick.  'I'm thinking of having It copyrighted."  "Copyrighted?", said Crlttick. "If I  svere you I'd have It patented."��� Saa  ���Vanclseo Call.  CURED    OF   SKIN    DISEASE     BY  ZAM-BUK.  Once more Zam-Buk, the great herbal balm, litis been proved vastly superior to ordinary remedies, and has  cuivcl where othei* preparations had  signally failed. Three children in one  family, have been, hen led by it. This  not only shows tlio power of . Zni'n-  Buk, but goes to prove how benefi-  cinl its pure herbal ingredients' are  to the delicate skin of children.  Mrs. J. C. Bates, of Burke's Falls,  reports the case referred to. She  sny.-!: -"[ take great pleasure in rec-  oiniiinrlding Zam-Buk as u. cum for  ���skin disease. My three: children were  all broken out with soriw on face,  hands and feet. Tlieir condition wns  pitiabli**. and, nlthoueh 1 tried various oiiitmciits nnd salves, thoy did  not seem to bc'iible' to get nt the root  of the evil, nud the sores continued  to. spread. One duy I saw a rejiort  in u local newspaper telliii!.5* 'how  beneficial "Zftiii-l-Juk was for skin discuses, ulcers, etc. I got'n supply  of the halm find applied it to the  children's sores. Almost.immediately  Ihe)   got   relief, nnd  the sores  begun  10 henl. Although the skin disease  hud defied all the snlves 1 hnd nre-  viously tried, in one week Zam-Buk  ovcic-dine the trouble, and today the  children have not a pimple'or spot  or murk of disen.se'oir their skin. For  this grand iomiU 1 have Zam-Buk  to thank. .It  is  n  splendid healer."  Zc'iin-liuk is thus shown to be altogether different and superior to ordinary remedies. It is a. healinc balm  compounded from haps, and essences  of"the (inest known medicinal'herbs.  11 has high antiseptic power, killing  disease germs whioh settle on sores  and eruptions, etc., and which set  up fcsicriiig, blood poison and suppuration. . TI cures eczema, skin  Taslies.'cuts, burns, bruises, abscesses,  ulceis, acne, blackheads, ��� ringworm,  blood, poison, etc. It heals cracked  and chapped hands,' cold sores, etc.  As ml embrocation it-is also widely  used, and gives speedy relief in cases  of 'muscular-rheumatism,' sciatica; etc.  Rubbed on the chest in cases of  colds, it relieves the tightness and  aching.* All druggists sell at'50c.. a  box, or may be obtained post free  from' the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon  receipt of price. Six boxes for .fa.50.  Send one ceuL stamp for dainty trial  box.  The Onlniio government has cancelled the'.lease of tlie-Chnudiere Falls  water power on tha Fr.ench river  granted to-Messrs Malcolm Mncleod  of Toronto and Joseph .Eugene Scrre  of Sturgeon Falls.  "Tlie Woods-Norris ' Advertising  agency is suing the Cobalt Silver Mining company and J. H. Jewell for  $1,500 balance claimed to -be due for  advertising inserted in various papers  of Ontario.- -- :   ' '.       V  The greater-the Irritation in the  throat the more distressing the  cough becomes. Coughing is the effort of Nature to expel-this"irriuiting*  substance from the air passages.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup will  heal the'inflamed parts, which exude  mucous, and restore . theni to a  healthy state, the cough disappearing  under:'.th'e curative effects of the medicine. It is pleasant to the taste, and  the price, 25 cents, is wilhin the  reach of nil.  Over three hundred' policemen in  a body attended n recent* Sunday afternoon meeting conducted by Rev.  S. . !���!., Young, in the -Alvin theatre,  Pittsburg,  Penn.  The estate of the late Mr. Stefnno  Gatti, restaurant and theatre proprietor, London, lias been sworn at ��220-  0005��.n-oss.       -    " ���  i  ��� The  total wealth  of Great Britain  is estimated at ��9,183,559,504.  The Governor's Wife a Prisoner.���Mrs.-  Z. A. Van Luven ia the wife of - tho rov-  ernor. of the .county iail. .Napance. Ont.,  and 'waB- a creat sufferer from, rheumatism. . When the.best doctors in'tho community and "specialists"-failed to help  tier,, she. burled her sceptism .of prdprie  tary remedies and 'purchased South American jlheumatiuJCurc. _4_bottlcs_cm-cd  her���12..  In religion example is better than  precept. Actions speak louder' than  words, as Emerson said to a friend,  "What you are speaks so loud that  I cannot hear whnt you say."  At Feltham a food and drug inspector related -that a sample of mar-  gerine taken from a * locil firm was  found; on .'.'analysis' to be pure   butter.  We All Have Missions1 in the  Worlcfc���There is a work for every  man, on -"earth, there is a function to  perform for everything on earth, animate and inanimate. Everything has  a mission, and the mission of . Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil is to heal  burns and' wounds of every description and cure coughs, colds, croup  and all affections of "the respiratory  organs.  The city council of Hamilton has  unanimously adopted the recommendation of the board of works to submit a bylaw on Niagara power to tho  ratepayers.  .  John Teh Eyck, son of Hamilton's  lirechief, .was,killed in n railroad accident at Downington, Perm.  Cough Pill  taken  In conjunction with  ANTi-PILL���"The Qreat Syttem Treat.  Hltnt"���ia a poiittva preventative of and  cur* for La Qrippe.  8old by All Druggist* or  ffw   WIL80H-FYLE   CO.,   Limited  NIAGARA FALLS. ONT.        7o,  SERVANT GIPL_PR0BLEM.  Vice-President  of   National   Union   ol  Women Workers Says Honor Is Less  Inherent In Women Than In Men.  Two of the most eiitei t-'iuing topi**-*'  imaginable    enlivened    flic    opening  meetings *." Cue couteicnco of tlie N-i-  tionnl   Union   "f   Women   Wnikei.?  *-it  Tunbridge Wells recently.  Tlie first, was that"very debatable  question of "Honor among wonun  and girls," and the second the more  exciting subject of the' domestic servant and what to do with her.  The question of honor among women and girls, which Miss Soulsby,  one. of the vice-presidents of the  union, raised, was whether women arid  girls are as honorable as men, aiid,  if not, how can n sense of honor'.'-be  developed "among them?  "I said to myself. 'Surely a sense-of  honor is ns natural ns washing, "  Miss Soulsby olrterved. "'It would  bo a3 impossible to confront any one  with n'lack of n sense of honor as to  tellthem their neck was not clean.'"  Women's Honor.  But, said Miss Soulsby, she asked,  her girl friends ..in ��� hat way girls  or women n'f apt to do things dishonorable. Tliere were some of the  replies they gave:  Women will give in wrong scores  at golf.  They will cheat : at croquet and  bridge.  Thoy will cry "fault" at tennis  when they simply mean-that they cannot take the ball.  They ' will take tlie benefit of th'e  doubt'when.-i ni'nri would not.  They "'ill hand on confidences.  Client at examinations.  Break premises.  Bnck out when they find they are  on the unpopular'side.  Pace both ways in  conversation.  Head other people's letters.  Overhear conversations, and get  letters in an underhand way.  "All these things are against a  man's code of honor,", said Miss  Soulsby. "I don't say he never, does  them, but if he is��fou)-id doing then  lib is looked down upon.  "Now," she asked,, with a keen  glance-round !icr audience and a humorous smile,'"Are women less honorable than men?" She paused'far  a moment and then gave her repl>'*  "T sav,.'Bv nature, no'; bv 'training,  yes.'-" _;/  Girls, and women "needed in t-ieir  bringing up, a sense of public spirit  such as prevailed, among boys. Girls  iiiigh*,''have a more sensitive eon-  science, but a boy's .instinct would ne  better on(a broad question * of fair  play.   '  Slavish  Faults.  ' Women's luck of-the sense of honor  as;it obtained among men was due  to ."generations of subjection." Miss  Soulsby   averred.     * -  ��� "The petted slave is - very apt to  take a double share of cieain in a  pretty way, for she knows that man  will' hot use' his strength- to prevent  her,. and if ii is found .she is not  ^'playing fair' and she owns, up, "the  man' will think it' is" only 'pretty  ���Faiiny's way.'   ' ������' '     '  "The very phase, .'Own up, like a  innn,' gives Fanny away," was Miss  '.'Soulaby's 'comment.  ��� Tho great domestic servant -problem was dealt, with bv. Mrs. Uurue.t,  wife of the Curion of Westminster, and  Mis. James Ward.  Mrs. Barnett proposed treating '.e  .servant girl ns a/'citiaei:," with civic  rights and duties. Mrs. Ward boldly  asserted that the existing domestic  service system is. played out, nnd  that it mubt be absolutely reniodelle.l.  A newspaper for tlie kitchen, a  bookshelf in the pantry, and a consultation generally .of the servants'  tastes, "whether in music, gardening,  art, animal pits, or bicycling," wero  a few of Mrs. Harnett's "suggestion's.  Mrs. Ward maintained that the servants should be brought under tho  same conditions' of work as men. She  said:  "Let the servant have' .'. working  day qf eight, nine, -ten, or eleven  hours; let her have as much holiday  every week as the men do; let her lie  free like.them when her work is done  to go to her own home or her friends'  homes, and live her own life -among  her own kind; and pay her .a fair  wage for. her skilled labor. Then there  will be plenty of that labor supplied."  The Romance of, a Dell.*  One of the sights of the Shwe Da-  gone pagoda in Uurmnh is n gigantic  _hell_of bronze,_weigliing_421-2 tons,  nnd saicl to be" ihe third largest beil  in the world, the largest being . :n  Moscow, aiid the next largest iu Min-  gin, also in Bunnah. After conquering Burmahthe British undertook to  carry the grer.r Rangoon bell to Gal-'  cutta, as a trophy, but. dropped it  overboard in the Rangoon River,  where it defied all- ef'orts. of the engineers to raise Jt. Some years later  the: Burmese,, who had not ceased to  mourn its loss, begged to be allowed  to recover it. .'-Their petition was  granted, and by attaching to>it an incredible number of bamboo floats, the  unwieldly'mass of metal' was finally  lifted from its-muddy bed, and-triumphantly restored to its place.  ' Chief Gabriel ^bodlfrey, the last ot  the Miami Indians, has Just become a  member of the Horse Thief Detective  association. He Is seventy-four years  old. While in Kokomo, Iud., recently  ho undertook to locate the grave of the  Miami chief Kokomo In order that the  residents of the. city might erect k  monument In memory of tho noted  chief for whom the town was named.  Godfrey had a number of' relics, Including a dress 125, years old that was  worn by Frances Slocum, who was  stolen when a child from Susquehanna,  Pa., and was known as '.���the WhlU  Rose of the Mlamls."'  FATIGUE FROM  POISONS IN SYSTEM  And Good Health Can Only Return When The Blood  Filters, the Liver and Hidneys, Are Set Right By .  nngiiid  I'eolinpi  aro  the  rp-  tho  accumulation    of   waste  What "M" Means.  The expression "Al," popularly used to designate articles of tho- first  quality, is copied from the-symbols of  the~British and foreign shipping lists  of the Lloyds.' "A" is use* to designate the -character of the condition  of tiie hull of, a vessel, the figure'"1"  ,to denote the. efficient state of her  anchors, cables and stores. If those  are insufficient L. quantity or quality,  the "figure "2" is.used to-indicate the  same. When it'is said of a ship or  ayihiug pise { .>.t she or it is; "Al," it  ini'ii i that s. -'��� is first-class in every  respect.  The Whole Regiment.'  A certain .colonel who-was in- command of the Perthshire Yeomanry was  at an evening party in Edinburgh  comploinin- loudly of his officers, al-  legiri'; that all the duties of the regiment devolved upon Jiimself. "I am,"  said he, "to nil intents and .purposes.  my own major, iny own captain, my  own lieutenat, my own cornet." "To  say nothing of being vour own trumpeter, too," remarked a grim old Scottish lady, sotto voa*t.  'I'i i i'i  suit   o.    ^  products in tho nVbtuiu. t)it the failure of the liver and kidneys to remove theae impurities the blood becomes tilled : .with poisonous substances which instead of aiding tlie  luuclioiis tend to ai rest 'them and  gj\e lise to pains in the limbs, hnclinches, headaches and tired, winn-  out  feolin-.'s.  There remains to be discovered ti  mors prompt and effective means of  enlivening and invigorating the actio!- of the liver and kidneys than  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. In  ��� act this medicine is unique in its  combined influence on the liver and  kidneys and to this double action is  attributed its extraordinary success  in the cure of complicated., diseases  of these filtering organs.  Biliousness, headaches, indigestion,  ki'dney disease and constipation' are  promptly and thoroughly cured by Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver' Pills and tho  whole system is cleansed of the foul  impurities which result in disease  and suffering.  Miss Julie Langlois, Manor, 'Snsk.,  writes: "For a long time 1 suffered  irom liver complaint and biliousness  and could find nothing lo help'me  iintil   f.  used    J)r.   Chase's    Kidney-  Liver Pills. I have recommended  these pills to many of my friends  and they have all been well, satisfied  with the results. You can use this  letter for the benefit of women who  are  suffering ns 1  did."  Air. John Guheen, who- is in the  fish business in** Port Hope, Ont..  slates: "In my business I do a great,  deal of driving over bad-roads, and  the constant jar Of the rig, along  with exposure to all sorts of weather,  brought on kidney disease. I was in  miserable health, and suffered'a great  deal with sharp pains'in my back.  I heard of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills,-nnd'decided to try thein. Before f hud usci all of Ihe first box  I felt better, and throe boxes have  entirely cured, inc. I am very glad  of nn opportunity'to..'recommend Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, for I havo  proven their wonderful control over  kidney disease."  ��� _  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills succeed where ordinary kidney medicines fail, because of theirdirect and  "combined actipn on the liver and  kidneys. This has been proven in  thousands of cases of serious and  complicated .diseases of the kidneys.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a close, 25 cents a box ' at all  dealers or Edinanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. =���  -The British admiralty has decided  to fit all new battleships-with' tur-  oine engines.  The SI. Petersburg newspnpeis report that, several arrests have been  made among the troops at Tsars-  i-oe-Selo.  Negotiations ai'c in progress' to  have Sir Algernon West succeed Hon:  James Brycc as chief secretary for  Ireland.    ���    j ,  Rev. James T. Gurney of Wcssing-  ton. S.D., has the Lord's .Prayer engraved with a diamond on a glass microscopic slide, tha space occupied  by the 227 letters not being larger  inan the prick of a pin point. At  this ratio the whole Bible' could be  A'ritteii upon a  square inch.  Tn an address before ihe Ohio An-  M-Saloon '��� League Gov.' Hanley-: of  Ohio, said: "The temperance people will never be .satisfied with uny-  hing but stringest restriction of  the traffic, even if it leads to prohibition." -  The Port Hope town, council has  granted a telephone franchise to the  Rural Farmer's Telephone association.  The liducalion bill is still agitating  all England find there is .great interest over what the provisions of the  new bill.-will be.  -"        ..'   '.  'A dispatch* from Berlin to.London  says that American live cattle are being imported into' Germany "via Hnm-  l->ti''g. ,.       *' .   -.  *  Catarrh and Colds Relieved In 10 to 60  Minutes ���-fine- wliort pull' of 'tlio breath  throiiffli Uio blower supplied with each  'bottle of -Jr. Agnew's .Catarrhal, Powder.  ililTunen'tliio powder over the surface of-  the; iniaal'paSsnges. Painless and delight- ���  fill to na-.5. ' It "relieves: instantly; and  permanently '���" cures catarrh, hay foyer,  colds, hendftohe, sort throat, tonsilitis and  deafness.   50 oentti.���41.  It is now possible to hear and see  plants grow. In tlie apparatus of  two Geimans, the-growing plant is  connected with n disc having Jn its  centre an indicator which moves visibly and regularly,' and this move- |  ment, magnified fifty times over a  scale, shows the progress in growth.  For Coughs and Colds.  Teething Babies-,  are saved suffering���and mothers  given rest���when'one uses  Nurses'and Mothers' Treasure  . Qu'ckly relieves���regulates  tiie  bowels ��� prevents    convulsions.  Used 50 years.   Absolutely.safe.-i  At drug-Jtoro, 25c.   6 bottlei, ��1.25.  National Drug & Chemical Co., limited,  Sole Proprictors.'Montrcal,        41  EN  A Keen Appetite  and a healthy stomach indicate -  _an_active Liver, which-is-enjoyed���  by all who use Beecham's Pills;  They  insure  strong digestion,  sweet breath and.sound sleep.  No other remedy is as good as  Beecham's  Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 25 cents.  $800 to $1500 A YEAR  Taking Orders for Men's  Madc-to-order Clothes.  Work is easy and pleasant. Sales  quickly made. .Your commissions  promptly paid. Complete and" up-  to-date assortment of samples.  Over_ _on'e hundred kinds of  suitings'-for your customers'  selection. 'Goods sent Cv O. D.  subject to examination. Union  label on every garment.  'No previous experience required.   I  Splendid opening for  One Good Man in eveiy Town.  Write us now -ind get full particulars of this*excellent opportunity  before we appoint someone else', in  your- town. 1  W.    N.    U.    No. 018. I'itE LfcAbftk, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  \  6*1  . f  WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their. Aims  ���   and their Influence.  58  W".  D. LAMS  -r-rjr-?*r-r<rrf��>mr��>^^  W. D.  LAMB  Editor Plumas Standard.  IJaeoln aad III* Beard.  It was a child, who persuaded Abraham Lincoln to wear a beard. Up to  >he time he was-nominated for president he had.always been smooth shaven. A little girl living iu Chautauqua  county, N. Y., who greatly admired  him. made up her mind that he would  'nob better if he wore whiskers and  w'th youthful directness wrote and told  him so. He answered her by return  ninll:  Spring-field, 111., Oct. 19, 1S2IX  Miss Grace Bed5*5!):  My Dear Ltttle Mis3���Your very agreeable letter of the lath Is' received. I regret the necessity of saying I have no  daughter. 1 hove thice sons���one seventeen, one nine and one seven years of  age. They, with their mother, constitute my whole family. As to the whiskers, never having worn amy, do you not  thin)* prop!-.*- would call it a piece of silly  affectation if I were to begin it now?  Vonr very sincere wellwlsher,  A. LINCOLN.  Evidently on second thought he decided to follow her advice. On his  way to Washington his train stopped  at the town where she lived. He asked If she wore In,the crowd gathered  at the station to meet him. Of course  she wan,* and willing hands forced a  way for her through the mass of people. When she reached tho car Mr.  Lincoln stepped from the train, kissed  her and showed her thnt he had taken  her advice.���St. Nicholas.  Mr. W. D. Lamb, whom tho nbovi  pictiinc repiesents, and the subject,o.  tins sketch, was bom forty years ago  in v.serrie, Ont., Huion county. Then  he attended .-.l.iooI, and spent tht  curly years ot his life.  At the ate of eighteen he began  teaching school, and,, niter spcutlint  seven >uars in that pi'oiession, graduating irom the Clinton model, and To  ronto normal schools, he drifted into  mercantile life. Ten years ago ht  came west, and*- settled in i'luinas, ,\  village on the Lake Manitoba" Rail-'  way and Canal Co., that- had just  been surveyed.  Three years ago, Mr. Lamb, almost by ncculent, discovered the "reason why his own and other villages  -were only starved,- stunted,--- little'  places, compared with what they  should be, il public affairs wore conducted in accordance wiih the dictates of lenoon and common sense,  in a way that, would secure justice  between "man and^man. Nothing so  disgusts him, as To hear people lament the tact that thoir town doesn't  giow, while at the same time, those  who build.up, develop and enrich the  country, aie regularly penalized by  taxation, while the idle holders of  town lots or agricultural lands, reap  where otheis sow. Their holdings  are increasing in value, .not on 'account ,of,what tlie owners do,j but on  account "of what others do, producing  nothing, but absorbing what others  produce. He believes in the Henry  George, remedy for. this state of at-  fairs. When our reporter colled, ht  had at-tlie head of his paper,. aB-a  -text for. that issue, a selection from  Henry Oc-orge,"which may- bo'takei  as the Standaid's political creed.  "We would take for the communit.  what belongs lo the community," th��  value attaching to land by the growti  of the community! "leaving sacred tt  , the individual all that belongs to tht  individual." In" otlier -words,- he -ui  . ges   that   municipalities    should  ex  ��� empt   everything   from   taxation   ex  r copt  the   community  value  of  land  He thinks it too bad that ' peopli  should let the 'railway corporation,  get the good of the'town sites whih  the people tax themselves to deatl  on   their   goods " and   buildings.    H>  ' thinks" people stupid, not to get tha.  town   site   value   by   taxation,  into  . their treasury, for schools, sidewalks  local  imp'ovements, etc.    The popu  * lation of Plumas is only 200,"but tht  . country around would warrant, a pop  ulatioii.of   1,000  easily."   Mr."LamL  . says   lie  will sell-out  the -Standori  ���; just as  soon    as  every,   industriou.,  -' farmer  around    has a nice comfort  '���' able  home,  his  farm  clear of morl.  ,' gage,  and    a comfortable'*-. - bank ��� ac-  -. count, nnd in tlie meantime, he will  use the paper, as  a means to show  ' people what tlie trouDle is.    ...      ���-^r  Mr. -Lamb has    taken a lively *in-  _ terest. iii_inunicipal_p'oliticB,-ahd_judg--  . ing  from    the  way . we  heard i the  Standard  spoken j~*f,  the  people  are  expecting some tremendous  -changet  " soon. , The paper seems  to'have    a  firm --grip on the jhinds- of .the people.  He had  no previous experience in  printing,    not    knowing  -even ,"the  case" before he got his plant set'up.  He is his own reporter, editor, manager,  jobber, .etc.,  a_ tireless worker,  and a brain capacity' that "remembers'  every detail.   He can truly- say, witlv  the philosopher of old,'"No, I ^cannot play on uny'inusical instrument",  but,   I   can  tell you  ho,w,  out* of  a  'small-village, to' make "a'great"  and  glorious city."    The people in     that  community,    should,   certainly , feel  proud to  have among them such    a  public spirited  citizen as 'Mr.  Lamb  and we "predict for the  Standard    a  brilliant futuic.    .-.._.- ���  .   Air. Lamb, is  an  out and out be-.  Hover in  free trade," and those who  ��� have heard Kim, '"say he" is a'   very,  convincing platform speaker.  A  Tree  Myater-r.  How a tri** can take sugar out of  'the ground on d single spot for twen-  ty-flve years without exhausting either  the ground or Itself Is one of those  mysteries of nature that can be better  itated than ioIi'ihI  A t-Hck .1 AHui.  Most people know that the memory  may be easily confused by learning n  passage in two or three different ways  or by hating once heard" an Incorrect  form of giving it. ' Workiug on~ this  principle, actors are fond of putting  --'.tumbling blocks ln one another's way.  A stock joke dear to tbe hearts of all  players is the regular tljlng to be Inflicted upon a beginner In tbe first act  of "Klchard III." It is-In the "scene  where the coffin of Henry VI. Is borne  across the stage. One of the men who  carry It has been raised from the position of supernumerary to his -first  speaking part, which consists of a single line. Before the performance lt la  usual for some older actor to take him  aside and Impress him with tbe enormous difficulties of delivering that sentence correctly. The victim listens  nervously.  "Now, most actors," says his tormentor gravely, "make this mistake  the first time they play the part: Instead of saying, as lt Is, -My lord  stand back and let the coffin pass/ they  glTe it this way, *My lord, stand back  and let the parson cough.' ������*-  And after he has beard the latter version, absurd though lt ls, the chances  are that the poor supernumerary will  give that to the audience on the first  night. .  Coin Abrasion.  A gold coin passes from one to another 2,000,000,000 times before the  stamp or lnii>re<*s!ou upon It becomes  obliterated by friction, while a silver  coin Is passed S.liOO.OOO.OOO times before It becomes entirely defaced, says  i5 calculator. ���' -     j - ��  *- ThMtM Moore.  Measured by the popularity and market value ot his poems when they were  written, Thomas Moore has no rival  among tbe poets of Ireland. While engaged at his Irish melodies, in which he  was at his best���for they called forth  HAD SLUGGISH UVER  -AND INDIGESTION  BILEANS EFFECTED ^COMPLETE  .     CURE.  The liver rules the body. Bileans  rule the liver. "A sluggish liver in  my case led to constipation and 'indigestion," says Mrs. Frances Greene,  of Earl St., Kingston, Ont. "I felt,  dull nnd sleepy, had no energy what-'  ever for work, 'and' every now and  again I had an attack of biliousness.  The food I ate seemed to lie heavy  on my stomach and' did me no good.'  I had wind and cramps in the stom-'  ach and bowels from the food decomposing. The constipation was so bad  thatmy bowels had to be forced at each  passage. All" kinds of medicines I  tried, but nothing did me ony lasting  good until I got Bileans. I have ne'er found anything to equal them for  constipation and liver" and stomach  troubles. Thoy soon began to do me  good and in the end cured me. Since  using them I feel like a different  woman, I am bright'nn buoyant in  spirits, not dull and sleepy au I used  to be. I have got my energy and  activity back, and, in fact, all my ailments have yielded to Bileans."  Bileans sre a purely herbal remedy,  and operate gently on liver and stomach, stimulating those organs to carry  out their functions in nature's normal  way. Headache, constipation, biliousness, piles, pains in' the chest and  back, wind, pains and dizziness���all  these symptoms arise really from derangements of liver nnd stomach, so  that, by correcting the root cause of  the powers In which he most excelled- , these  troubles,  Bileans speedily end  he was paid ��600 a year by hla pub- ' ���"- --���    �����    ��� * .    .  Ushers.  Their Immense and well merit-  drinks for wind pain, and dealing with  Real City of th* Dead. ';  .."It is really a city of the dead, for  every grave loi has a house built on  it and, by looking through the window of this house, you seo what the  deceased loved best oh earth. It may  be a. chair, cr a table, a bench, or a  suit of clothes.- One 'house had laid  out on a table all the toilet articles  which the lady in the grave beneath  used while alive, even ths tooth.brush  being tliere. It is supposed the spirit  of the lady will come back and use'  tiiese. It was most interesting to go  from one house to another and see the  different things in them."  So writes W. J. Lukens, a traveler  from Chicago, who has been visiting-  Central British Columbia and who inspected tlie Indian graveyard at Haa-  elton which, situated on the highest  point in th* town, is quite a oarioaity.  Running Soros, the outcome of nog-fleet,  ���jr oad, blood, nave a never railing ualm  .n Airnew's Ointment. Will heal tho most  .tuOouiu caflc-H. Soothes h-ritiuioa aluioai  '.iieuumy after fl.st application.: It re-  .levou all itcbtng- and cumins Bkin dis-  -aat-s in a da/. It curoa pnes iu 3 to  j nishtu. '- JS cents.���39.    *  In, Austria Protestants are ��� not al-  .owed toboptiso *V>r administer the  -ord's supper in public. i'ublfij.'wor-  mip is permitted-only when al, congregation registers,"as "a club.- "��� '  ..'A Tonic" ior 'the Debilitated.���  --aimelee'b Vegetable Pills by acting  nii'dly 'but thoroughly on the'secretions  of    tlie   body   "are  a valuable  onic, stimulating the lagging organs  :o" healthful" action and restoring him  -o full vigpr. They can be taKen in  graduated doses and so used thai  ,ney  can  be    discontinued    at  -anj  nne without leturn oi the ailments  .vhicirthey were used to allay.  Missionary Sobey,' now at Panama  .��rites: "Tne lacu oi Gospel laborers Here is a sad fact. ' Openings and  ypportumties were never so numer-  ju's, and tlie" call is-loud. The musses  are apparently untouched."  ed success induced Longman to give  Moore-3,000 guineas���the highest price  that bad up to that time been paid for  a poem���for "Lalla Rookb," the - gorgeous "eastern 'romance which dazssled  and delighted readers of that day, but  is now rarely read, As a lyric poet  Moore was, like Burns, one of the best  writers we have ever had of "words  for music," and, In his case at least,  the words are Inseparable from tho  music. Goldsmith, a poet of a different  order and with a wholly - different experience," got little popularity and less  money for hispo'etry, but in'"The Traveller" and "The .Deserted "Village" he  has a better chance of Immortality than  bis compatriot.���London Tlt-Blta.'  - A Canadian Wreath.   -  Tha text that a piophet is without  honor In his own country is, we are  afraid, sadly applicable to,the case  ol Henry Kirk White, says the Nottingham Guardian.    Ii\ is a. hundred  years since  the young    Nottingham  poet breathed his last, but only the ���>  faintest interest has been taken In the '  centenary of his death by the people  of Nottingham.     Some of them may  even have enquired yesterday: "Who  was  Kirk  White?"   and  '!What did  ho  writer"   We  wonder  how  many  took the trouble of even walking past  bis birthplace in the Shambles.     A  modest wreath adorned the building  ���but it waa from a Canadian.   It ia  calculated to make  us  blush  if  we  reflect that the only honor paid to  one of the most distinguished of Nottingham's sons on the anniversary of .  his death has come from overseas. It '  U, of course, true that Klrk White J  left only" a scanty literary output behind him,  but he was only twenty '  when he 'died.   His' "Clifton Grove1' i  and other pieces will, however, keep I  his memory green.   Had he lived the  young poet, whose, devouring ambition ,  Drought about his early death, would ,  have taken his place among the fore- !  most poets of the nineteenth century, j  Nottingham, however, is strangely In- >  different to the great literary figures ]  oonnected with her history.   She has ]  no statue of Byron, no worthy memor- I  ial of Philip James Bailey, and no  memento whatever of Kirk-White. In  the Queen of the Midlands'these prophets are verify without honor in their  own country.  .i~*9tran-felr Wrosslit keanton.  A Joyful Christmas celebration-In the  home of Adolpb Cehhardt of tlncoln.  Neb., ovet* the return of .a. long lost  brother was brought about through the  medium of a moving picture exhibition. Adolph was watching the entertainment one night when he was struck  by the strange familiarity of one of tlie  figures, lie returned a second and a  third night before be was able to recognise the features, and then lie startled  the spectators hy shouting, "It, ls  George; It ls George*" It was learner)  that George was an actor in a New  York theater. Telegrams passed, and  George arrived ln IJncolu on Christmas day. They had uot seen each oth-'  er for nearly ten years.  ,*&   f  Dear Mother  Your little one* ere a eontfant care u\ ���  FtU ud Winter weather.-'5'-Hie* will  ctieh cold. Do you know about Snilod't  Conuimption Cure,' ths Luag Tonic, aad  whit it us done for to many?. Il ia ttid  to' be the oolv icliable remedy for all  c&eaie* of ihe air passage* in children.  Ilia absolutely hannleu and pleasant to  take. hiiguartnteedtocuieotvouTiBsoey  ii returned? The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealer* in medicine tell        -  3tt,  '-SHILOH  ���Tla��----*-*i--5554>*JK>*Jd  -vn        '  Tlie Fast Filer.  Time a-flyln'-on so fast  O'er the.frosty ways;  Christmas comln' nil too soon  "-*he3e here later days!  Scurccly end one Christmas song  'Fore the next one enmes along.  i  Tet, what mattr-r?   Let 'em come!  Speed yon down Time'.-5) river!  Welcome Christmas horn an' drum;  Wo'll bo boy* forever!  Time I.< ny!^' mi co f.iat,  Maybe we'll pi wlna:- nt t.-nM  each jsymptom piecemeal ? All druggists* sell Bileans nt 50c per box, or  obtainable from the-Bilean CoT, Toronto, upon receipt- of price. Six  boxeB for $2.50. Write for free sample, which will.be mailed you on receipt of a one-cent stamp!   '  Oriel* ���( Crsanet.'  The origin of croquet is certainly involved in mystery.. ..Some authorities  are of the opinion that It is founded 6a  the old came of "pale mallle," or pell-  mell, from which we have the street  Pall Hall.- This la described by Cot-  grave In, his dictionary aa "a game*  wherein a round box bowle ls with a  mallet struck through a high arch of  yron," and a picture of this in Str'utt's  "Sports and Pastimes" shows ' that  these had a strong resemblance to the  croquet Implements of today.���London  AcadejnT.    .  Ib Thla Sot .  The 'average magazine' Is a literary  ���will barrel, and the man who conducts  It * enjoys '. no acquaintance' with real  literature or he would not occupy, hla  position. To know literature would  'destroy hla taste for trash, and trash  la what he has to purvey in order to  retain .hla constituency. ��� Chicago  Chronicle.  The PaMIe In  Spacalatl-M-  The public as a body never buys any-  - filing when lt is cheap.   There are uu-  - mcrous  reasons ' for   this.  - To  begin'  ' with, the point of view of the successful speculator aud that of the public  trader, are entirely different   The first  named operates on deductions, on care-  j fully erected theories of what condi-  ! lions' will be a year���two years���hence.  The unsophisticated trader acts upon  whatever of tbe future ls already apparent. It Is again a platitude to say  that Wall street discounts everything,  good or bad, but how many people  who mouth this- axiom extract Its full  meaning? They do not realize that-this  discounting means, not tbe gauging of  the known, but of the.wholly unknown.  The man who acts today oa the probable conditions of the long, uuseen future is the man who makes money, In  Wall street or In any other enterprises  for that matter, and the man. whose  mind goes farthest ahead makes the  most money. "If I could only see the  tape a month ahead!" cries the tyro.  There are many men who see It a year  ahead, not lu Its flurries and fractious,  but In its'great arid Important entirety.  ���Thomas Gibson In Moody's Magazine.  -ioware  of  that  Ointments   for  Catarrh  t -   Contain  Mercury,  as* mercury will uurcly dedtroy the sense  jf Hiuell and completely derange the  ���vhole system when enterintc it tnrough  .ne uiuco.ufl. Buriacea. Much articles unouiu  ,.iever,._ be,, used except on prescriptions  irom reputable' phyHicians, us the damage they will do is ten fold to tho-good  you ���can���possibly derive from" themr  dall'fl Catarrh.- Oure, manufactured by t\  J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, "Ohio., contains  uo mercury, ,'and is taken internally,  acting directly- upon the ulocd and mucous surfaces of the ByBtein. In buying  liall's'.Oatai-rh. Onre bo .sure you get the  ifeuume. It is taken internally and  aindu in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Oheney  &  Co.    Testimonials  free.  Bold  by ' Druggists.    Price, 75o  per bottle.  Take  Hall's  Family  Pills  for constlpa-  :tiou. -          f,    -     '        '  i_  v >��� ���  ��� -_  ' Sir .Matthew;, Nathan, governor of  Hong Kong, ia - the only member oY  the Hebrew faith among tlie rulers or  English, colonies., His salary is $30,-  000.  Tlie Presbyterians have a thoroughly equipped training school in Man;  ila, nnd some" philanthropist has given ihe Methodist* money For establishing a similar institution.  Isamisin" and' Hindooism are meeting missionaries on their-own ground,  and have begun to establish and endow colleges for Uie propagation of  their peculiar beliefs.     .   '       '   '' -  Behnnzin, king of Dahomey, has  presented his royal sword to the  French mininter> of the colonies..    ' --.  mmm  r',;*'s!2555-��?j-'*'-' ������^A**'t>��i.~  ��� Dr-not delay- in getting relief ior  the little folks. Mother Graves',  Worm Extei minator is a pleasant  and sure cure. _ If you love your  child why dp you let' it suffer when  a remedy is";bo near at hand ?  General Booth, who is in Berlin for  the purpose of conducting a monster  meeting at the Busch circus on the  occasion of the Pruw*inn "Day oi  Humiliation and -P/nyer," flays that  lie is going to Japan at tlie beginning of next year, and that he hopes  to spend April in that country. ,  *     -  Itch, Mange, .Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious"!teh on human'or animals cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  - Knox Presbyterian church, Peterborough, is receiving $5;000 from the  estate-of-the late Mrs. Nichols.  Vaccination and Chloroform.  Jenner for his'discovery'of vaccination and Simpson for that of chloroform were both denounced as bias-'  phemers who were trying to interfere  with the ways and the wisdom of  I?rovldenee. ^  The Chinese Dr-tfon. -  The Chinese emblem of the dragon  consists of -a fire clawed imperial  dragon, suspended to a yellow,ribbon,  and ��� has the following Inscription in  Chinese characters: "Before.lt the lion  turps pale and the tiger Is silent."  *       r*    "   *���  Tkey May Recover.     - ,  When a couple ls engaged It doesn't'  upi-essurily fallow that they will nevsr  havo an.v sense.-New York 1-Tesa.  Aataalo an4 Vevetablea.  There are some vegetables that can  scarcely be distinguished from animals'  and some animals that seem to have  all the characteristics of vegetables. -  Blee-r.  The use of certain sets of muscles  does not hinder sleep. Couriers on long  journeys often have been known to  sleep ln the saddle. The soldiers of  Sir John Moore during bis retreat to  Coruna slept steadily while they  marched. It is Bald that Dr. Franklin  slept for nearly an hour while swimming on his back.  Oldest Medlvitt Becl��e.  The oldest medical recipe ls said by a  French medical journal to be that of a  hair tonic for an Egyptian queen. It la  dated 400 B. C. and directs that dogs-  paws and asses' hoofs be boiled with  dates In oil.  he  lUSt.  hteus?ia^  w.  The work of erecting a monument  to Pope L'eo XIII. inside.the church  of St. John Lateran, Koine, is proceeding rapidly. A large statue  flanking the monument and representing religion, has alioady * bec-n  placed iu position: "...  The idea of the immensity of the  new Cunarder Mauritania rnay be  gathered from the length of her cable.  This is'about. 1,900 feet long, and  weighs, with its shackles. 130 tons.  W.    N.    U.    No. 618.  Last fall there was organized in  London an International -society foi  the Propogation of Moral Training  in the public schools. The organization of the American branch has just  been completed in Chicago and an  international congress is to be held  next year either in New York or London.  Pi ml Prayer la C,��txgce��a.  The first prayer lu congress was  made in 1777 by tbe Hev. Jacob,Duche.  rector of Christ church and a man of  considerable learning. He afterward  turned traitor to the cause of Independence.  Transparent  Paper.  To make paper tritimparait saturate  It in easlor nil and thou dry It.  The Mark  That Tells  Grooming Horses.  How many know just what they accomplish in grooming horses? "The  horse's skin, like that of other animals, is an active organ in secretion.  It'is composed of an infinite number  oi pores, which when open give off a  watery fluid and allow the waste pro-N  ducts of the blood to find an outlet. It'  also contains myriads of minute  glands which secrete an oily substance  necessary to render the sk'in soft and  supple, and which also furnishes the  nourishment demanded by the hair,  causing it to become fine and glossy.  It" is essential, therofoie. that these  pores should "always be kept open,  otherwise the skin will become dry,  rough and hard. This will chiefly oc-  , cur in the case of horres in hard work,  , fo: then there is a larger secretion of  ' fluid than when tlie animal is at rest,  and if the perspiration be allowed to  diy on the skin, du.it    accumulates,  _and_unless_the__Riiimal be carefully.  groomed the pores will be filled t*p  and clogged. As a result the skin not  only, becomes diseased but the-wholo  health is titlected. Impurities which  cannot find an outlet accumulate lu  "various parts of the bedy and produce  boils, which if neglected poison the  blood and induce illness.  All these evils may be prevented   by  regular and thorough grooming, whicn j  keeps the poies open and givea   tne |  home a heulthy and beautiful appear-1  ance. But grooming must be done with j  discretion. A horse with a hard thick  ���skin will eAdure without   inconvenience a cur'.y comb which another animal whose '(-kin is more tender could  not dtand without discomfort. In con-  elusion, after having combed out the  greater pert of tbe dust and dirt, a  good rub wiih the lirush will finish the'  operation and render the skin soft and  ���-satiny.���Horseman, l'rodericton.N.B.  Care of  Horses.   .  '   A big,  warm,  well  steamed    bran  mash, with some flaxseed jelly and al  least a pint of molasses, should    be  ���given  once.each  week, ' says-.:,- Farm  "Journal.    Work horses should:  have  .-this, feed on Saturday night, as they  rest on Sunday. Driving horses shoultl  have it when the following day's work  will be light.   It Is well to keep ou  hand a .^mixture "of equal parts*; of bicarbonate of soda, gentian aud.glnger.  Olve a tablespoonful of this ralxluro  I la the'feed two or three times each  week..   It, is an  excellent tonic    and  helps to keep the stomach sweet and"  in good'condition. Selt ought-to be in  the stalls "all the time.' A .clivnh; of  rock salt should be.kept in one corner  of the inahger or ln a small hex.  Stenographer  Rescues Drunkard.  "There goes a young man whom I  Aved from going to>he dogs through  drink," remarked a court stenographer to a Toronto News man. "He ia  m tip-top fellow, and has' plenty of  ability, but two or three years ago  he began to let red liquor .get the  better of him.  -- "He had a good position at the  time, and I don't think he exactly  neglected his work, but it "got to be  n common thing to see him standing  around-barrooms in the evening about  two-thirds full .and talking foolishly.  A few, of his intimate friends * took'  'the liberty of giving him a-qulet hint.  As usual.in.such cases, ha got highly indignant, and denied point-blank  that he had ever been in- the least  under tho influence of liquor. All  the same, he kept increasing the pace  until it became pretty easy to predict  where he was going 'to land;' and it  was at. that, stage of the game that  I did my great reformation act:  "I -"waa" sitting in an uptown restaurant one evening, when he came  in with some fellows and took a seat  -without seeing me. He was just drunk  .enough to be talkative about his private affairs and on the impulse of  the moment I pulled out my notebook  and took a full shorthand report oi  every word he said. It'was the usual  maudlin talk of a boozy * man, and  Included numerous candid details of  the,Bpeaker"s daily life.  "Next morning I copied the whole  thing neatly on the typewriter, and  sent it to nls office. In ' less than  an hour he came tearing to me with  his eyes fairly hanging out of their,  sockets. ,  " 'Great heavens. Jack!' he gasped,  'what is this anyhow?'  " 'It's   the   stenographic   report   of  four monologue at ���'a last evening,'  replied, and gave_him a brief explanation.  '"Did I'really talk'like thatf he  asked faintly.  "'I assure you it Is an absolutely  verbatim report,' said I.  "He. turned pale and walked out,  and from that day to this he has not  "taken a drink.5 His prospects at present are splendid.  All he needed was  to hear himself as others heard him."  Ctop the Pain but Destroy the Stomach.  ���This is sadly too often the case. Bo  iijuny nniiHcous nostrums purporting to  euro, in the end do tho patient immensely tnore harm than good. Dr. Von Htnn's  Pineapple Tablets are a purely vegetable  pepsin preparation, an harmless as milk.  Ono after eating prevents any disorder  ���if the dlifcstlvo. organs. 60 in a box. 35  ������outs.- 'C  A secular contemporary pays,  "Sonic preachers arc diligent to make  their calling and collection  sure."  To Prevent U Betti��r Than lo Ke-  pent.���A little medicine in the shape  of the* wonderful pellets which are  known ns Parmelee's Vegotnble Pills,  administered at the propen time nnd  witli .the direction1- adhered to often  prevent a serious attack of sickness  and save money which would go to  the doctor. In all irregularities of  the digestive organs they are an invaluable corrective and by cleansing  the blood they clear .the skin of imperfections.  . The totfjl age of "sixteen persons  \*.ho have been buried at Yarmouth  during the Inst-fortnight is 1,30-1  yo-ii.-, 'an average of a little more  than eighty-one years. ���  The supreme court of New York  has decided that members of religious  organizations cannot preach in public  schools wearing the peculiar garb of  theii* order.  TreBident Hyde of Bowdoin college  sugge.-its a platform for all Christians,  in which ho leaves out doctrines almost' altogether, nnd *emphasi7cs  ornctieallv ethics.  It is said that the Koreans are ambitious for personal development.  The school house ranks next to the  church, and school book 'next'to tlie  Bible. Bay schools are thronged with  children, night schools with men.  In France the duty of the officer  to keep guard over the sanitation and  health of his men is recognized and  understood. . .  Accoiding to Samuel Johnson, "No  man "can think profoundly without  thinking religiously.  Are your corns harder to remove  than' those thnt others have had ?  Have they not had tho same kind ?  Have they not been cured by using  Hollowav's Corn Cure? Trv a bottle.  The Virginia Bapiist Convention  nns withdrawn its support from the  Americnn Bible Society because of a  dispute a? to whether the Greek wort'  "baptize" should be translated "sprinkle" or "dip" in Bibleq printed for  tlie.mission fields. -..'..  It is pioposod to' build two parallel tunnels 2-4 miles long underneath  the channel between England 'and  France.   Thev will cok $80,000,000. -  Many horses are Injured by being  fed first and watered afterward, often  the last thing before hitching up for a  hard day's work. A horse should always be watered first and fed afterward, and this ls a good rule to follow  when coming ln from work. It will  not hurt a horse ��van if a-little mim.  A Paris journalist has founded a  babies' club. It is a spacious nnd  pleasant building, with a garden and  a club house, where games of nil  kinds arc provided.  Tiie ^Woman's Christian Temperance Union started in 1873, 'in Hills-  boro, Ohio, when bands of women  inarched to the saloons nnd hc-ld  prayers therein.  flfiE'PROOF  :'# VV 'Ft IT E. VF'O p. P R t'C E.: S'., ������-'���'  You cannot possibly have  a better Cocoa than  Or. Slocum's Great- Tonlo  wi Disease Siitroyfcr  PSYCHINE  Used in Thousands  of Homes in Canada  THOSE WHO don't know what Psyehin*  is and what it does are,asking about it.  THOSK WHO do know what Psychine  it and what it doea are using it. They  rap-rd it aa their best phy��td��a aad  friend.'  THOSE WHO use it are being quickly  and permanently cured of all form* of  throat, chest, lung aad itomaoh  troubles. It la a scientific preparation, destroying all disease germ* in the  * blood and system. It it a wonderful  tonic aad system building remedy, and  la a certain1 cure for  coughs,  la giiffe.  CeWa,  Pneumonia,  ,  Brenchltls,  Catarrh,  Weak Valce,  flMnlaunau.  X��rvo��SM��s,  Malaria,  nnaaniU,  Bronchial Cavglu,  Cfciiia ani Fever,  Dlfflcmlt BraatMarf,  General Weal-Mis  FemaU TraablM,  Fickle Appetite,  Hemerfhajtfea,  Mltfkt Sweats,  Consanptton,  Catarrh off the  ���    Stemach.   -  A Kflfllr Stor-r. ,  This Kaffir story Is true: A Christian I  Zulu-Kaffir was heard recounting to an- i  other Kaffir a vision of heaven of which |  be bad had a dream. "And saw you {  any Kaffirs there''"' Inquired his listen- i  er. The teller of the story pondered j  awhile, and then "No," said he, "for ;  I did not look Into the kitchen."  A delicious drink and a sustaining  food. Fragrant, nutritions and  eccdomlcal. This excellent Cocoa  maintains the system ln robust  health, aad enables it to resist  winter's extreme cold.  Thf SIl-rei-'LlHtni--.  Mrs. Suburbs (after the crash*���There  ls another of my china dishes t-onc  Suburbs���Never mind," dear; II has stopped the cook's sins-lut5-.  CUGUA  Sold by Grocers and Storekeepers  in i-lb. and i-lb Tins.  All these diseases are serious in thom-  telrea, aad ii not promptly cured ln the  early stages are the certain forerunners of  Consumption in its most terrible forme.  Psychine conquers and cureo Connunn-  tion,'bnt it is much easier and safer to  prevent its development by using Psychine. Here is a sample oi thousands of  voluntary and unsolicited itatementafrom  all over Canada:  Dr.T. A. Kooam, Limit5**:     5. >-    ���  OMtleD-w,-1 /eel lt ay duty to sAvlM yoa  ���f tbe raurktbU ca-e a&eoted by your ntyeus*  and OiomaUlon, which hare oome under ay  pftiaon-U obMrvailon. Thre* mm, w*U knows te  aa*. Albert Tewniend, Bawl Hipeoa end Job*  MoK��y, *M ol Shelbena Ceuaty, were gco-  aoonceil by tbe bert aedleel mta to aave  eaMuiaptteo, tad te be 1-adorable aad beyt-ed Urn  reaobo/ mediae! aid, Tbey of-ad Peyealnaafed  Oxo-nuMon end they are now la geod bealta.  Keel it a duty 1 owe to tufl��rlB�� humanity to  Hate theee (set* foi the beneflt ef other aoffefan  tfojo thli terrible dlaeaee.  You�� Tery truly.  LKAKDSa VcKNZIK, J.l**.._   * OfveS ums^oifm.mr-  Psyehina, pronounced Si-keen, if for  sale at all up-to-date dealers. If your  druggist or general store cannot aapply  you, write Dr. T. A. Slocum, Limited,-179  King Street West, Toronto.  Tr��dn milled "".-It ia ��  vtnety af��t)*e��. taboo and  Ef of women, teen and  -Q. Focm Fitted.  n are authorised to  replace initindy.-aad at oar  coil, aay Pea-Angle gar  meal faulty ia material  ot    making. '&*  Pen-Angle trade--  mark; (in red) oo  every. Pen-Angla  garment, tella you  it will fitand won't  shrink, ��� your  own dealer so  guarantees it.  Underwear thus  trademarkedia  softer, wanner,-  mo re flexible,  better wearing.  Cull Closely. :  Spate of the young bows are' not, doing very well ,in theiway-of raising  large litters. * Better5 cull -'them'' out.'  l"ut don't demand too much. The aow  that will average ;'t\vo litters of six 7 r  eight pi ga each is '.worth keeping, esp<r  ��� cially;if she is able to;raiae._Uiejse,.p'iga.'  '��� "Where - Poverty ;i��'; Unknown.;  ' There ia^ only one lunatic asylum in;  the Gold Coast colony;'and there are  ���no poorbouses br reformatories. The  colony's blue book, just Issued, states  that poverty In the strict sense of the  term Is hardly taown^���London Ex-  feeas.  Put them on with no tools but a  hammer and tinner's shears,-���can't  go wrong. They lock on all four  sides, are self-draining and water-  shedding on any roof with three or  more inches pitch to the foot Make  -buildings fire-proof, weatherproof  and proof against lightning. Cost  least in the long run. Made of 28-  gauge toughened sheet steel���only  one quality used and that the" best-  bent cold and double--galvanized.  Last longer with no painting than  any other metal shingles heavily-  painted. Guaranteed in every wav  until 1932. Ought to last a century.  Cheap as wood shingles in first  cost; far cheaper in 'the long run.  " Oshawa "Galvanized Steel Shin-  ;:les cost only $4.50 a square,  0 ft x 10 ft. Tell us the  area of any roof and hear our.  tempting offer for covering it  with the cheapest roof you  can really afford to buy. Let  us send (you FREE booklet  about this roofing question-^tells  some things* you may not know.  JS J27 T ITEJ^0^  UNDE RWEA^  Ooh a w a Galvanized Steel  Shingles are GUARANTEED in  every way for Twenty-Five Veara  Ought to Last  a Century  atmmnmBemBmtmmmmammVkmmmmmHKmmt^tmZml  Send for FREE Book---* Roof Ing" Right"  Get Our Offer Before Ton Roof a Thing  iUihauua.  t  HaBobort��o  Does.  In Manchuria dogs are raised for  their skins. A fairly prosperous Man-  churian dog fanner will own a thousand or more dogs.  ���il  Address our  Nearest Warehouse:  SB  MONTREAL  821-3 Crai'g St. W.  TORONTO  11 Oolbcrn* 8L  OTTAWA  IBSaaaa-cB-'-.v  LONDON  eeDand-uSfc  wnraoPKo  jei/JmhardS**.  VANCOUVES  ���Jli Pauder 8L  Btsamwammmwa , r ���:���::<   .������  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA1.  Tiff  |? ibli.ahed jn the interest af the people  of Mijyie and East Kobtpnay.  F.. J. 3MVTII, Publisher.  raTe-i or souBuitir-rioK.  i.   ���-     ��� lu ��� i   ���  p ae Year �� *2.M  pATUPPAY, JANUARY 12,1907.  Don't be ti lobster���bo a bapaler.  Built}   up   Moyie   by    patronizing  -���������". '*   ".    r  Moyie merchants.  flood morning!   Have you broken  your New Year's resolution yet ?  On February   2nd   tlie   Cranbrook  Herald will find it has a King in  the  i  -    i . .       ..   ���  .     .  hole.  King spent tiiree years in the  opposition!���rleral'd.  After February 2 he will spend four  years at home.  ���     .-   ..I,,,  ��������������-�� .  The loud cracks, heard on  the aide-  walks this week were not New Year's  resolves being broken, but just  John  '    i      } a    .      i     .1  Frost, Enquire, (-etting in his dcsdly  work.   'V���r  "What is political economy, that f'pe  Liberals talk so much about ?���' asked a  Moyie boy to bi�� father.   '.'There's no  such   thing   as   economy    with   tho  Liberals, my son.!?  A  Bruce  exchange says  that the  .-English language as spoken in Ontario  ia-* " violent," illogical,   chaotic    and  absurd."   Old Man  Simpson of  the  f- ->in 5 ���    i.       ... F ���  Herald holds that view of it during a  political campaign. - ,  >�����  -.   There Jiub been wholesale.grafting  going on in  Britjsh Columbia  since  Premier McBride took hold of office.  . - * i  It was  not  a  monetary  graft;  but  * - . >     -       '''���*.   ->ij.        -  orchardicts have been busy grafting  ��� i ..   , ' .'      O *'  - trees. ;  : i, - ���- .  '   The trains from the east have been  'so late the past 10 days that the C.?.R.  management aro thinking of cancel -  ling   the-trains'  for a day-in order to  l       , ' I , ' - " .    ;  catch up to the lime table.  The:-telegraphic  news   these days  '-Irom Naplei reads much like   a  cam-  : i- \ < *r- . > i' ������"   ,i   i i  paign editorial in , a  Liberal   paper-  Avalanches of   mud,   dirt- and  /corruption''start fr'6'm'the'top of  Vesuvius," etc., etc.  The Herald said somo time ago  that under certain circumstances  '. Ilie coming campaign was b'*mnd  jo be a dirty t.'ne, and now it is  becoming : evident. ��� Cranbrook  '  .Herald.' ������-   ��� It certainly is j arid the dirty work"'is  ���being done by the Liberals. ..  -    There's no truth in tho rumor that  II   ���   !��� 'I    Ml!|   "l ��� i Pi  Jimmy Deane of the Nelson News will  rBu'cceed"Lord"Strathcona"a8���Canadian"  liigh commissioner in London.   Mr.  Deane's recent visit to Ottawa was not  . ' *-.   *, I   >.    1   .1  >��� I   ,|*.  for the purpose of boosting himself for  that position.   He was peddling zinc.  J.  A.  Macdonald   at   the  Liberal  rouudup at Nelson concluded hia war  l ��� ���'.     .��   /.  .    .l"   ! K- 1    .1   ���     I*-  .whoop tlips,ly;   ���    .  Make up yoi*r ot-rn mind.8, cjraw  yoiirown coqoliisions,' and' mark  your ballots on February 2nd accordingly.     ' "      ���'���,���-  i     i .. i . i  pertainly. The voters of British Colombia will do that. For McBride and  progression, aud not Macdonald and  stagnation.  f '-  -    '       ���.��     "  Around  Gjlden   and    Wilrner  in  i , i   i    i        i        i      <     i -  Northeast Kootenay are several good  properties that with littlo capital could  he made into shipping mines. The  savages of these sections don't believe  in encouraging the capitalist. They  prefer to lend a helping hand to the  tourist industry.   Now, if tbe boards  of trade of Golden and Wiliner would  r- .. . j  reverso the ordei: qf things these towns  would have good payrolls. Encourage  tlio miner, prospector Sjud. farmer  -should b8 the motto of every town.  The tourint, who leaves toothing but  the p'ricq ol x mea} ticket^ in a com-  ' munity. can taHe oare of himself.  ngsstteZ^  J��REST PHOTO CO.  Ckastbrooe and Moyib.  MACARONI vs. PORRIDGE  A Fierce   Foiir-Kouiid Boxing Boat Tbi t  ,   i5 ."-m; ��� .��� .*...*  Ended In a Draw.  Last Friday night a light was pulled  off in the baai meet of one of the build-  ��� '       5'l "���'   ������' ;' ' . ' ,  inga ou Main street jthajt Wit5*- wjtneflsec  hy only the best of tlie sporty spor��  element of this inBiropoliH. It was a  four-round 'boxing bout between a  nitiveson of the laud that npcaroni  made famous, and a native son of the  country nojted for thistles, shorjl breeks  and bunny lassie5*. Billy Williamson  was referee;'Charley O'Neil hcjd the  Watcrbpry clock, and Charley Mc-  Don tld was secontl for the Italian;  but it took one hour 16 minutes and  9 seconds to look aftei the Scotchman.  i       - I  Bound one���At the call of time both  ��� I,. ���  I,-- - -       ,i ���  men to into Ihe ring with a mad rush,  and wt-tut at each other like a tramp at  a fiee lunch, Scotty threw a hard  blow, which he was carrying in bis  left, at the dago, but fell a few vard*  Hbort; the diigc* retdiated V'jUi ���*>. loop  the loop swing that bit the sjde of the  building. Scotty shrieked ,"fooal,"  "fooil," and ju��t aa they were kissing  each otlier time was called. This  round ended in favor of both of them.  Hound two���The plugugglies turn  handsprings in mid ai)-; aud as Scotty  remembered ho once licked a postage  stamp, went at his opponent apd hit  him a wicked one on the macaroni of  the neck; the dago then landed a left  handed catch as catch can strangle  hold di.-ih rag swing on Scotty'a haggis,  They mi*r up a little, and when time  ia called are solar-plexing on the floor.  Bound two and' nua--tbird���" I can  licka da Scolm in, an I gotta da mon  ta b.icka mys-lf," shouted tho dago as  he spit blood and went after Scotty and  Iande'ira-left book o>. a baton on the  back of his trousers and knocked it off  Bound three���After tho gallises had  been picketed to Scotty?s breeks with  a n'llroad spike, they began mixing a  little until tb.ay got niix-.-d up in the  crowd and wero lost. They were  loca'cil and brought b.xck into the ring,  and then the dago uppercuts;'3<:otty ou  his h imlsome smeller aud sent him  down under the "chairs looking for  mice. They (jo a mile or two sprint  net and tune i-/c��il}<.d.  Bound- four���3cotty went at the  dagO.aini threw several fierce mop-  handle jibs on the dago's feet, and it  looked for about two seconds as if he  had the dago swamped, but tbe dago  retaliated with a'snowslide push on the  business end of Scotty's tj-ousers-  Scotty regains his wind and when time  is called h>>s the dago up in tlie cqrner  and is hitting him over the head with  a hot miuce pie.  Bound five���Billy "Vyilliamson remarked that he could get up a tight  like this any old time, all he needed  was encouragement.  Tiie referee decided that both men  were the belter of the two, and the,  sporty sports winded tlieir way to the  lake and in a fit of absent-mindedness  took a drink of water.*-,    ,  .    .    ���  This was tl*e hardest fought battle  on land or sea since the day that Dr.  King defeated Tom Caven in -tbe  Craubrook riding..  Dangers  -��������� .* ���*'  of  a  Cold and  Theiu.  IInw to 4voi<l  More' fatalities have their origin in  or result from a cold than from any  other cause. This fact alone should  make people more careful as there ti  no danger whatever Irom a cold when  it is properly treated in the beginning.  For many years Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy has been recognized as the  most prompt and' effectual medicine  in' use for this disease. It acts' on  nature!8-rilan, lobsons-ths^cough,^relieves the lungs, opens the secretions  aud aids naturein 'restoring the system  to a healthy condition. Sold by Moyie  Drug ana" Stationery Co.  JOb  ..v       .*���  JMces GxEQSi  Qrderg  Taken on  Everything  ^n the Printing  Line at the*-  up  i\j  IHE CALENDAiT  where the "black spot" is, you'll find  the figure "1."   The "I"? stands lor  JANijAR'f 1st, 1907,  and is of grave importance because  that's the date you jot down all your  resolutions. Resolve on that date to  buy all stationery during the year at  this store. You'll get good goods, save  quite a bit of pin money and be in  good humor every time you make a  purcha*-e.   DonH forget jt.  The Mpyje Drag  and Stationery Co.  I. p. O. F.  Wljdey Lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall on Victoria stree.t. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  MacFarlanb,  N. ble Qt nd.  F.J.  Smyth,  Secr'y.  St.. Eugene Lodge "**o. 37.  K. of P.  * *    *���  Meets evsry Thursday  * vening    in   McGrefeor  hall at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brothers invited. '  G. Hri*'iNDLAY,      G. W. Orchard,  Chancellor Com. K. B, and 8.  Moyie   Minerg'   Union  No. 71 w. F, of iyi,  Meets in McQregor hall every Saturday evening.- Sojoprnine members  are cordially invited to attend.  Jas.  Bopeets, ��  ������   Secretary  J. L. Gujbons,  President.*  UfOYIE 4BRTE #p. 855  Meets (bird Monday of each month  in McQregor Hall. '  DR. HARVIE, J. H- HAWKE,  Worthy Pres. Worthy Secr'y,  Harvey   &   McCarter,  '"        -��� .,1- '     '  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  W*. F. GURD,  BABBISTBlt, SOt-ICITOK, ETC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  C.g. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C. .  DR. P. B. MJIjES,  I>3E3KT*T,IST-  Cranbrook, B, C.  Geprge fl. Thompson,  Bahhistkb, SQtrpiirpji, No  tary Pobuc, &c.  CRANBROOK.      BRmsH-CoLUMnu.  W, R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Updjefjitker,  Phone 89. CRANBROOK.  Wm. Jewell-  Express and G^ner-:  . al   Deliyery   5^si-  nesg.    Livery and  Feed Stable..  Leave Orders at  Gwynno's Store,  MOYIE British Colombia.   TH ��� . l-.*J.��rl.  0. F. DESAULNIER  DKAH3R IN  PROMPT DELIVERY.  '"  aueeus' Aire.     MOYIE  rr\rr\  -Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  jr. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  A, 1,  MpKILLOP  -csa a -"wr-Hji!  NELSON,  $.c  CANADBAN  Improved  Pacific Coast .  Service.  Leave Nelson 7:30 a, m.'DaiJy  Arrive Vancouvor 11:50 noon.  S S. PRINCESS  VICTORIA  Arrive Victoria 6 p.m.  'r   't  *  ONE NIGHT ?N ROUTE  ���mt  ���connectins; with-^-.   J.  S. S. PRINCESS  BEATRICE  " ' yip iqRlA���SEATTLE     -  jatandard Sleeping Car  NELSON���SLOCAN CITY  Berths ?100.   Can he occupied 9. p. no.  '���'.     i -     i*-  \    '-     -  '  J. A{i^'ood, Agent, Moyie.  J.8 CARTItR.j   ���  Dibt, 1'aas. Ag!.  Kelson,  ��� E. J. COYLB,  Atsn't Gen], Pais, As!.  Vancouver.  MABKKTp  In   all  the   Principa)  Cities and- Town?   ^n  Britisb Columbia  P, BURNS & GO  WP01.ESALB A^U   PKTAIL  MEAT    MERCHANTS  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  i      ���' i  Fjsh, Game an 3 Poultry. We  supply only the best. Your  trade solicited.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  B. H. SMATjIi, Manager.  Good roomB, good tables and bar"  and first class sample rooms.  E;S. GWYNNE '  -Qigars,       Tobacco,       "Confctionery  Fruits, Elc  FARRELL ^LOCK,  BUY YOUR  Tobaccos.  GGLiOLKm\-\r  .    - FROM ..  A. Be Stewart & Co.  ;Agent  for  Crows';.Nest  Steam Laundry., *  ���THE-  DESAD^IIECR BB9S,   Frops.  Lar>-e sample * room in' connection  with house for commercial 'mien. BeBt  of a-jcommodations. .      *..��-"  Headquarters for   Corn-^'  mercial and Mining Men.  QUBENS AVENTJB, " '      MOYIE, B. 0  . SEE  PARREIL & SMYTH  FQR  k*-*  pirc Insufance;  Real Estate?  Collections,  Victoria Street.  Movie,,  HAVE A LOOK  little one at what's going to happen in  I9Q7 at this tailoring establishment  You'll see men .and youth's come and  go, and all (or what?  FOR MADE  TO. ORDER  "   "   SU^TS      '?.     '.-  and tl-iat'^ all. N.othing worries them  after we send home, their au*t tailored  here. It's C}.' K. every time.. ' O. If.  in iii, style and price. Commence  the "New Year by buying a sui$.  C. A. FOOTE  MOYIE, B. C  St.  Joseph's  Convent.  NELSONJ b. c.  hoarding and Day School conducted hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B.   C.     Commercial    and   business  1  courses a specialty. Excellence,, and  swift progress c librae tea ize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the .thoroughness of tiie  Sisters' methods of teaching. 'Terms  commence January, April and Sept,  Pupils are admitted during,tenr*.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, jSeneral Manager '  ALEX. LAIRDj Asst. Genvl Managefr  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I8SUEQ AT THE FO*4-QW))Nq RATES:  $5 and under.".....' 17...."    3 centa  . Over $5 and nqt exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $10       ���'-^   -���   ��,f--  $30...:'    lOpeqts  "   $30       " >.�� $S0.,.'...  15 cspt?  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Gljartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal'banking points" irj the United States.  MEOOTIABLl AT A FJXBD KATE AT  THE (CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  Tbey form an excellent method of remitting sma|l svm; of money -jyifh aaffty  and at small cobI,  CRANBROOK BRANCH. '   '    F, C. MAIPAS. MGR  ���  - I*'" . ' ���*���t  -J. T, MARION  UNDERTAKER ANO EMBALMER  Lat<j cf the New Eng'ang Un  Parlors, Spokane, Wash."  CRANBRQpKV  B-  '%  Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  LIMITED.  TES  Don't forget that our stock in this line is cornplete, W  and also Hockey Sticks, Pucks, Etc.                   - ^  The season is np"vy here and you should be prepared fa  for it.  J; D,  CRANBROOK.  &9999e>^9$999a999#G���C9999&99*99999992Si3909999-$2S$i1}299���  MOYIE    HOTEL.  P. F.J0EMS2OM |  a,  Thia Hotel is New e^H well Furnished, The I  Tables are Supplied with the Best the f  . MarKet affords. The Bar is Fftled with ���  ^       the ��est Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  < HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  MOTIJE _____ _ -BRITISH COLUMBIA  ��������*8 _i����e GGe^eteft}9���eGe^^9999^^.eG99��^99999999'd^W'S��**  \  Moyie B  V   -     -    - ���      NOTICE. .     ���     o  JN THE MA.TT_a ol5.the CorapanlcB  Act' 1897 and tho amending Acte,' aud  in the matter of The, Black-MacKay  Mining Company,' Limited   non-por-  Bonal UablMty;,'*"'  NOTICE is hereby given that three months  after the 5th. dav of December 1906, The Black-  Macfcay MlniDg Company Limited uon-pornon-  al Uab'illty will apply-to- tho  Lteutenoat  Governor for an 'order' In' Council changing   its  name to tho Cambrian Mfh'iiig Company Limit,  ed non-personal liability.  Dated the 38th day of Nove'm**er 1906  K. A. CBEA8K,  Solicitor for the said Corapany.-  A8 v-de by t^fs preeept brewer is  admittedly   the  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Best Malt and  the Purest Spring Water it ia Unexcelled /or quality.  Iueist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JlJLXtTS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, B. C,      I     U


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