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 Have You*  -    XMAS PRESENTS    ,  Xaid  Aside 'now,'"  It .won't  cost  any more.   -��� ,.-  -.-      - , *��� **,*     /-  W. H. WILSON, Jeweler  CRANBROOK.  -  S.                                              ���1  ' tr . "��� \ ^ *-> Tt ���l' ' " -"ft^f  * -*  Y-4  -Y'C  -, <i  ' 4 - -1  ii,,w,  A'br.u't--        "   .'..J  Cb  iU.ims.3  Fresent��-f *'  '   X<   ".  We Hive a J3 dutiful   ; ;. -:  t    1*  1                  '  Assortment* ;  f          ""J.  % H. WILSON, Optician  ICRAM-tlCCK.- ���      -  VOL. 10, NO 36.  MOYIE, B.-C;, DECEMBER .U 1907.  J2A YEAR  ANOTHER CAR OF  "Tartan Brand"  The  aaods just arrived fresh from the factory,  labels are not yet printed  for the goods  '   tjiat  can   equal   "TARTAN   BRAND."  Next week we will   display oar Christmas goods.  "Toys innumerable, and beautiful gifts in  abundance.   Don't   send   away    for  yours until you have seen ours.  CAMPBELL'S  MOYIE  ���Sai^5idS!3a2>i53��3>3>&_'a'53933i?&'2-  -ft * f"  %        GENERAL FLOAT       |  Only 11 days until Christmas.  Vancouver now  ulAtion of 80,000.  claims a  pop-  Eugene V. Debbs is 52 years of  age, but he does not look to be  over 10.   The next convention of the  American Federation of Labor  will be held'in Denver. * .  The St. Eugene arbitration  commission will meet in Nelson  next Thursday, December 19tb,  CELEBRATES   ANNIVERSARY.  Marysville can boast of- a  weekly newspaper, the News,  edited by E. J. Clayton. ��� The  typesetting-and press work is  done at Caron, Sask.  The Republican, national committee voted in favbjj-of Chicago  being the city in which the na -  tional convention will be held  June 10 th. -       -    *  E. G, GWYNNE,  Cigars, Tobaccos,   Confectionery,  FRUIT, ETC.  FARRELL BLOCK. /  . MOYIE.  Beale & Elwell  Fire, Life  .Xtaad Office  ��� JCBANUBOOK  and Accident Insurance.  M0YIE,.B,C.  the Cold Weather  - "^"-vy-ili soon be with us, and  HOT DRINKS will be in fashion, so-please -remember to, get a full supply of  RED GATE COFEEE.        SALADAJTEA.  They are the best obtainable;  It requires five hours operation  daily to keep the water out of the  Dominion Copper Co.'a Brooklyn  mine,'a-number seven Cameron  pump being used for the purpose.  Moyie Miners' Union* celebrated  its, eighth anniversary Thursday  evening by giving a grand ball,  which proved a most enjoyable  aftair. Financially, too, it was a  success, for after paying all expenses the treasury of the union  will be "fattened'* to the extent  of about. $100. Too .much' praise  cannot be given the ��� different  committees who had in hand the  management .of this year's dance.  There was nothing neglected.  Morley hall was' never decorated  as it was that night, and the  members of the floor committee  were ever on the alert to make  strangers acquainted and to look  after the general welfare of the  dancers.  - The Moyie union is one of the  strongest in the Western Federation of Miners in Canada. It has  a membership 350 and has $2,500  in the bank on deposit, besides a  valuable lot in town. At the  present time John Taylor is the  president and * Thos. E. Kelly the  financial secretary.  The American Smelting and  Refining company announces that  it will resume ,the buying of all  custom ores. This will mean the  resumption of many mines in  Montana which have been closed  down.  - The Vancouver city council has  taken up the question of providing for the unemployed whites,  It was decided to make an emergency appropriation of three  thousand dollars to provide- relief work in clearing the streets,  the men being.paidz-JJO cents per  hour. -It was also arranged to establish a municipal employment  bureau and a temporary shelter  and food for the men, pending  the starting up of work.  Strike Called Off.  J.W.  PORTO RICO LUMBER CO.  ROUGH AND DRESSED  LUMBER FOR SALE.  Moyie,  British Columbia.  ^i-H;  ���At ttrTfrx** ste^zj&^to.sto^tJ&^>i.&-&-���&.& s$lsA-&j&&&.& &  ���        MOYIE'S* LEADING   HOTEL. jf  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling -Public^  ��� Largo and .Commodious Sample Ropms,-  Eillifird Booms.  MoTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors.  t^rww W ^s-^xT^js-zor w W W^i^ WWWW ��5J-"y->- WW^ W^i^WW'  _'.  A Few pf Our Leaders:  SLATER SHOES, STANFIELD'S  UNDERWEAR/20th CENTURY  CLOTHING.  ��Jall and see these new lines before purchasing elsewhere.  E. A* HILL,  THE   LEADING   LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  Rev; Dunn Married.  The following item clipped  from the Fernie Free Press will  be read with interest by a large  number of Moyie people, as Mr.  Dunn was the first Presbyterian  missionary to have charge of this  -field:  Rev. Alex. Dunn and Miss. Ida  Jessie Evans were married in  Guelph on Tuesday, Dec. 3. The  happy couple will sail from New  York, via tho ' Mediterranean,  foFIndia, where~Rev. DlThh-has-  accepted a professorship in the  Presbyterian College at Calcutta.  The bride is a sisterof Mrs. A. C.  Liphardt .and of Mrs. L. Stabler,  formerly of Fernie.' Rev. Alex.  Dunn, is well known in Fernie  having been pastor of the Presbyterian Church here in the early  days and again just before the  Rev," Q rant took charge.  The executive board of the  Western Federation of Miners at  Denver has officially called off the  strike in the Cripple Creek district of Colorado, giving as the  reason the "fact the camp is in  need or skilled mine workers; and  now, by calling"off the strike,  many union men employed "in  less favorable places" can go to  Cripple Creek and' accept work  without "violating their union  pledges.  The board also received a message from* unions in British Columbia stating that the mine operators are attempting to reduce  wages and asking' advice in the  matter? Th6reply -was 'sent back  to the union men to "stand pat."  Acting Secretary Kirwan had the'  following to say:  "If the reduction as threatened  is made in British Columbia more  than six thousand skilled miners  will lay down their tools and the  mining industry of the Canadian  .west will be crippled."  Stewart tp Marry.  /gar w W~WWW W **  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital Authorized : $10,000,000.  Capital paid up .- :���.4,830,000;  jftest- ������=*r ������t~ r���4,830.000.  Savings bank", department.  i  Interest allowed on deposits from date  of  deposits   and"  credited quarterly.  CRANBROOK BRANCH. .       "  it F, M. PJWKHAM, Manager.  v*> yA> 4^r s&- j&.xSz-i'----* jit-**- ��a___jJz__7 ,rii..-��r \_r ���*_���-.     '  1-t. II. Stewnrt, manager of the  mines of the Consolidated Mining  cb Smelting Co. of Canada, left on  Saturday for the purpose of taking a well earned vacation. He  will first yisit Ottawa and New  York and other place?, and about  Christmas is to be married to Miss  A. Will, of Toronto. A tour of  the leading countries of Europe  will constitute the wedding trip.  Under the circunistances, the  time of his return is uncertain.  At the conclusion of the wedding  trip Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will  settle down permanently in Ross.-  land.���Miner.  Building New Planer.  Liard��� Gibson Wedding.  |        LOCAL  ASSAYS |  %*99%tt99Z999992$999i$99zlx-  , Mi s. Harry Steuart left Thursday for Spokane. -  Prof. Arthur Stubbs, the pianist, is again in Moyie.  Mrs. Geo. Garden was taken to  the hospital at Cranbrook Tnurs-  day. "���    >  There is almost three feet of  snow at the St. Eugene upper  workings. -   '  Rev. Mr. Boulton, of tho Methodist church, went to Creston  last Sunday and held services,  Mrs. White,- mother' of Mrs.  Gold win Stewart, returned yesterday to her homo'at Calgary. .  MacEachern <_ Macdonald are  unloading a car'of. Anchor brand  goods and Christmas groceries today.  Chas. Livesley is back to Moyie  from his old home in Ontario,  where he has been since last September.  .Miss Jennie Arrowsmitli ,of  Creston was here this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. M.  Young. ''���..'.   '  Austin. McLellan left the first  of the weekvfor his old home in  P. E. I., where he will spend a portion of the winter.  J. A. Dewar,, general manager  of the Porto Rico Lumber company, was^over -from Nelson this  week. ���-  Miss Bre'ia Peterson was up  from Cranbrook' this week to  visit with her parents and to attend the Miners' tjnion ball.  Methodist church, Sunday next  December 5th, the Rev. Wm.  Boulton.s subjects will be: Morning at 11, "Fasting." Evening at  7:30, "Spiritual Madness."  Mr: E Tetrault,, of Eureka,  Mont., .was in Moyie yesterday.  He has been in Cranbrook for  several days with his sister,' Mrs.  W/A. Boyd, wlfois still ill and is  in*the hospital.  J. H. Walsh, organizer for the  Industrial workers of the World,  delivered a lecture in McGregor  hall Wednesday evening. The  hall -was well filled and Mr.  Walsh proved himself an interesting speaker.  *g*ggsg^^  During the mouths of October aud November. *��\ e received  Seven Carloads of  Goods.  esides various smaller thiimrht?.     -*-*  By. buyingin tins large way, we are oftentimes offered goods of the best quality below the  market"price, and consequently wc are now selling  many lines below wholesale quotations.   _-  Our present prices on Hour,, meals, builer .arid  man v other staples .show that we  have  been .keen  observers of the market, and are thus 'enabled to ���  ]     protect our customers against many of  the   recent  extreme advances.      ' .  . :We havca complete stock oE fresh Christmas  goods,-everything that is needed for the- pantry'  and table, and many lines in our dry goods,5 gent's  furnishings, china and hardware  stocks   that will  !     make beautiful presents. ,. "��� Y;,,'.':.//  We guarantee our price3-a3 well a3 every dol-  ar's worth of goods we sell, and if yon/'favpr'.'.us  with your -Christmas orders we will.'savb' you $'*��'$  MacEachern & Macdonald  i  g  ./.  ��i��ffl-5B-K-5K*5_MS^ I  .*VJ��S��*"'&*r**i ���> -,-sit  New Church Opened.  The marriage of Mr. W.. H.  Laird, of Moyie, and Miss Gibson,  of Qua A'Pelle, Sask., was solemn-  zed at the English church in  Cranbrook Tuesday evening, December 10th, Rev. Flewellyn officiating. Mr. Liard and his bride  returned-to- Moyie-the -following  day, and they are now residing  in their home on south Victoria  street, which Mr. Liard purchased  recently from A. Stephensen,  The Loader extends congratulations; "'  '���    '   . ��� '���  Leaving Kingsgate  Last Night's Blaze.  ' Moyie's - new Presbyterian  church waa formally opened last  Sunday morning, when the service wa_ conducted by the Rev.  G. A. Wilsoii of Vancouver, superintendent of missions for British  Columbia, Tha evening service  was conducted by Mr. G. H. Find-  lay of Trail, who was the former  pastor,  Tuesday evening thcre,-was"a"  supper and entertainment .-in the  church, which was very well" patronized by all denominations iu  Che town. Short addresses were  made by Mr. , Wilson, Rev. Dr.  White, superintendent of Methodist missions, Mr." Findlay, Mr.  Boulton, Mr. McCree, the pastor,  and Mr Sowerbutts.  The building is 24x10 feet in  size and is neatly and substantially built. Most of the materal  and labor were paid for as the  work progressed, and there is  now a very small indebtedness on  it. The church wus very tastefully decorated for the opening.  METAL   MARKET.  New York���Bar silver,-55   cts.  Lead, $4.75. Copper, 13^'ct>?.  Loxdon���Load, ��13,17.*..6d.  Moyie's Manufacturingj.-ndustry.  The Christmas Tree.  A new planing mill is now in  course of erection at the mill of  the Porto Rico Lumber company,  It adjoins the old mill, and will  be 48x100 feet in size. The company is taking out more logs  than ever this winter and is preparing for the largest run in   its^oily"Springs^N-G. ' For sale by  It is reportedthat D. J. Elmer  i3 severing his connection with  the hotelat Kingsgate, and will  move to Vancouver about the  first of the year. James Campbell, a C. P. R. dining car conductor, will^be the new manager,  Preliminary Notice.  On Sunday' January 19th, Mrs  (Rev.) W. L. Hall of Fernie will  preach in tho Moyie Methodist  chucrh, and on Monday, January  20th tliere will be a social and lecture tho full details of which will  be given later.  A Home  Mado Hni>py l>y   Chamberlain's  Couch Kemedy,  About two months ago bur  baby girl had measles which set;  tied on ber lungs and at last resulted in a severe attack of bronchitis. '" We had two doctors but  no relief was obtained. Everybody thought she would die. I  went to eight different stores to  fincl a certain remedy which had  been recommended * to me and  failed to'get it, when one of the  storekeepers insisted that I try  Chamberlain's Cough . Remedy.  I did so and our boby is aliveand  well'today.Gjo.     V.     S.v'i;   e  What might have been a very  disastrous fire last night in R.  Campbell's store Tyas nipped in  the bud by the prompt action of  the fire-brigade. The firoYstarted  from an explosion of gasoline  which Mr. Campbeli was carrying,  while at the same time he was  carrying a lighted lantern.  When he reached the back door  he thoughtlessly held the can and  the lantern in the one hand while  he opened the door. The gas  from the ^gasoline ignited and the  explosion ; followed. Luckily  there was only a small quanity of  gasoline in the can, probably not  over a quart. The alarm was  quickly given and it was not long  until there was a stream of water  playing on tho flames, but not  before considerable damage was  done. The office corner of the  store was gutted and many of  the. goods in that portion of tho  store were scorched and ruined.  The stock was fully insured. Mr.  Campbell suffered some personal  injury by having his hands  slightly burned and his clothing  singed.   No Clue to Alurderer.  The ladies who are canvassing  the town for subscriptions for  tho Christmas tree entertainment  are receiving liberal donations  and they are well satisfied so far  as-they "have-gone: Their "fund  was materially swelled by a donation of $10 from the St. Andrew's  supper committee. The entertainment will be on .Christmas  night and will be held in Morley  hall. ':   ..   -   ���'  history next season.  Tjae Moyio Prng & Stationery Co.  The police.have no clue as yet  as to the whereabouts of Miko  Philips who is wanced for the  murder Monte Lewis, the sporting woman who was murdered at  Blairmore three weeks ago. A reward of $200 has been oifored for  the apprehension of Philips.  ��� n.  -   'I  Moyie's reputation' for.,' hkvfnjf -  the biggest silver:le���d. mine iu  Canada is.'well--established, and  her immense -lumbeting industry  i's well known, to all. Sue if  again adding to her already woir  laurels. This^ time, it' is -in -tho*"  manufacture of beer���beer that  is already" making Moyie 'famous  .���famous as the Sehlite baer made*.  Milwaukee. '' The Moyie - Brewery-  has made wonderful strides since  it changed management -a few  months ago. They have already  doubled the output of their, wholesome beverage, aud have" extend-  edtheir trade to the neighboring  towns. They ' will reach- . ouO  farther as time goes ou and increase their plant as the occasion  requires. A special brew has jusc  been turned oue called. "L_k-  Shore Export," which is proving  a great favorite with the public.  Went Back to Work.  Almost a full force of men is -  again at work in the camps of the  Porto Rico Lumber company out  "o"nTJamb"creek; Lasfwetk about  40 of the 05 men quit because  their pay was cut from $8.00 to  $2.50 a day. After being around  town for a few days niodt of-'the  men reluctantly accepted the cub  and went back to work.  We have the largest supply of TOYS aud CHRISTMAS  GIFTS in town. You should not overlook the fact that  you can get the goods from us  Xmas Cards, 5,cts to $ 1.00  Dressing cases, $1 lo 22.00  Work boxes, GO cts to 5.00  Dolls, 20 cts , to 5.00  Manicures, 35 els to ' 16.00"  Perfumes,,25 cts to 5 oo  Automizers, $2.5o to 8.oo  Gut   glass,   75cts    to    I8.00  In Rossland, acting in sympathy with the reduced wage scale,  the grocers have cut down their  prices, but booza has not yet  weakened. With or without  water i5 ig tho same old price.  Hand painted china $5, IO.00  And last but not least to prove to our Moyie friends that  we have the best in town und can stand'by it, don't fail to  drop in and see our line of fancy soaps up to -fo' a cake.  What to give and what get can be had,at the.  Moyie Drug & Stationery Co, THE XEADER. MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  --"^���-f t-K-aW-vMM-i  i ifi-Mi'-aTli "i  *9+9*9+9*9<>B*0*e*G*m+Q*��+99+@*>9*>0+9  ��� ��� ���  BY MARY J. HOLflES  Author of "Dora D^ane," "The English Orphans," |  "Una Rivers/' "The,Rector of St. Mark's,"        $  . "Tempest and. Sunshine," Etc ���  i999&+&*Q*9+C*9*&>9+9+��+af  (Contiutied)  Tlie breakfast bell had rung' twice  .while Guy was holding that interview  with Agnes, and at last.Mrs. Noah  came up herself to learn the cause of  the delay; standing in the hall, she  heard a part of what was transpiring  in the parlor. Mrs. Noah was proud  and jealous of her master's dignity,  and once or twice the thought had  crossed her mind that.perhaps when  he came home Maddy would be treated more as some governesses were  treated by their employers, but to  have Agnes take the matter up .was  quite a different thing, and Mrs. Noah  smiled with grim satisfaction, as she  heard Guy issuing order.5* as to how  Miss Clyde should be treated. Standing back to let Agnes pass, she waited  a moment, and then, as if she had  just come up, presented herself before  Guy,  asking if he    were    ready    for  "Yes, call Miss Clyde; tell her I  sent for her," was Guy's answer, and  forthwith Mrs. Noah repaired to Mad-  .dy's room, finding her still sobbing  bitterly.   -  "I cannot go down," she said; "my  face is all stains, and it's so dreadful,  happening on Sunday, too. What  would grandpa say?"  ; "You can wash off the stains.,  .Come," Mrs. Noah, said, pouring waiter into the bowl, and bidding Maddy  dhurry, ."as Mr. Guy was waiting  .breakfast for ^her."  "But I am not to eat with them,"  Maddy began, when Mrs. Noah stop-  >ped her by explaining how Guy ruled  that house, and Agnes had been com-  ���pletely routed.  This did not quiet Maddy particu-;  -larly, and tier heart beat painfully as  'she descended j to; the parlor,'... where  Guy was still walking up and down.  "Come, Miss Clyde, Jessie is nearly  .famished," he said ; pleasantly, as  ���Maddy appeared, and without the  slightest Preference to what had passed he drew Maddy's arm within his  -.own, and giving a hand to Jessie,  .who had just come in, he went to the  breakfast room, where Maddy was  told to preside.  Guy watched her closely without  seeming to do so, mentally deciding  ;that she was neither vulgar nor awkward.  On  the   contrary,  he  thought  her very pretty, and very graceful fo\  one so unaccustomed to society. Northing was said of Agnes, who kept her  room the entire day, and did not join  the family until evening, when Guy  sat upon the piazza with Jessie in his  lap. while Maddy was not very far  away. At first there was much constraint between Agnes and Maddy,  but with Guy to manage, it soon  wore away, and Agnes felt herself exceedingly amiable when she reflected  how gracious she had been to "-her  rival.-  But Maddy could not so soon forget. All through the day the conviction had been settling upon her that  she could not stay at Aikenside, and  .bo on the following morning, just  ' jafter breakfast was over, shesummon-  jed courage to ask Mr. Guy if she  Imight talk with him. Leading the way  'to the library, he bade her sit down,  while he took the chair opposite, and  then waited'for her to commence.  . Maddy was afraid of Guy. He did  not seem quite like Dr. Holbrook. He  was haughtier in his appearance,  while his rather elaborate style of  dress nnd polished manners gave him,  in her��<<t'rnat.ion. a kind of superiority  over all the men she had ever met.  Besides-that, she remembered how  his ^.ark eyes had flashed when she  told him what she did the previous  day, and also that she had said to  his face that she hated him. She could  not bear to leave a bad impression on  his mind, so the first words she said  to hira were:     "   s .  'Mr. Remington, I can't stay here  after all that has happened. It^would^  ���not-be^pleaLsant~f6r"nre=or"Mr8YAgnesr  so T am going home, but I want you  to forget what I said about hating  you yesterday. \ did not then know  who you were. I don't hate you. I like  you, and I want you to like me."  She did not look at him, for her  eyelids were cast down, and her lash-  ey were wet with tears she could  scarcely keep from shedding. Guy had  never known much about girls of  Maddy's age. and there was something extremely fascinating in the  artless simplicity of this half child,  half woman,, siting there before him.  and asking him so demurely to like  her. She wns very pretty, he thought  and with proper culture would make  a beautiful woman. Then,, as he remembered his nvowed intention of  urging the doctor to make her his  wife some day, the idea flashed upon  him that it would be very generous,  very magnanimous in him to educate  that yo"n<j girl expressly for the doctor, nnd t'irmeh he hardly seemed to  wnit nt all ere replying to Maddy, he  had in the brief interval formed a  skeleton plnn. nnd seen it in all its  bearines nnd tri5<"inr>hnl result.  "I am much ob'ieed for your liking  nie." he said, n little mischievously.  "You surely have not much reason  so to do when yon recall the incidents^  of our first interview. Maddy���Miss"  Clyde���I have come to the conclusion that I knew less than you did,  and I beg your pardon for annoying  you so terribly."  Then, briefly. Guy explained to her  how it all happened, blaming himself  ���far more than he did the doctor, who,x|  he said, had repented bitterly.  "Had you died, Miss Clyde, when  'you were so sick, T half believe he  would have felt it his duty to die also. He likes you very much; more  ,'indeed than' any patient I ever knew  him to bave," and Guy's eyes glanced curiously at Maddy to witness the  . effect his words might have upon her.  But Maddy merely answered:  "Yes, I think he does like me, and  J know I like him."  ��� Mentally chiding himself for trying  to find in Maddy's head an idea  which evidently never was there, he  began to speak bf her proposition to  leave, saying he should not suffer it,  Jessie needed her and she must stay.  8h<*- waR not to mind the disagreeable  things Mrs. Remington had said. She  .was tired and nervous, and so gave  way to some very preposterous notions, which she had picked up somewhere. She would treat Maddy better  hereafter, and she must stay. It was  pleasanter for Jessie to have a com'  pnT*"on so near her own age. Then,  ,���^5 .he^asw .sijv of yipi^ing in Mad-  dy-fftTXe, ne"continue-:       ���'.-"'-  "How would you like to turn scholar for a short time each day, I being  your teacher? Time often hangs heavily upon my hands, and I fancy the  novelty of the thing would suit me.  I have books. I will appoint your lessons and the hour for recitation."  Guy's face was scarlet by the time  he had finished speaking, for suddenly he remembered to have heard or  read of a similar instance which resulted in the marriage of the teacher  and pupil; besides that, it would subject him to so much remark, when it  .was known that he, the fashionable  and fastidious Guy, was teaching a  pretty, attractive girl like Maddy  Clyde, nnd he sincerely hoped she  wnnld rWH-n Hut Mnddy had no  such intention. .With her beautiful  pvnt* full of tears, which shone like  diamonds, as she lifted them to Guy's  face, she said: ,  "Oh, I thank you so much. You  could not make me happier, and I'll  t so hard to learn. They don't teach  such .things at the district school;  nnd when there was a,high school in  Honedale T could not go, for it was  three dollars'a quarter, and grandpa  had no three dollars for me. Uncle  ,T"---��.��i pnn^o' help, and so 1 stayed  at home. It's dreadful to be poor, but,  perhaps I shall some time be competent to teach in a seminary, and  won't that be grand? When may I  begin?"  Guy -ad never met with so much  frankness and simplicity in. anyone,  unless "it were Lucy Atherstone, of  whom Maddy reminded him somewhat, except that the latter was more  practical, more���he hardly knew  what^-only there was a difference, and  a thought crossed his mind that if  Maddy.'.., had all - Lucy's, advantages,  and was as old, "she would be what  the world calls smarter. There was  no disparagement to Lucy in his  thoughts, only a compliment to Mad-  d- who was waiting for him to answer her question. "There was no retracting now; he had offered his services;'she had accepted; and with a  mental comn"=M-<t"T dread doc's fun.  the most, so .I'll explain tn him how  1 n- rYvfiHrir her for the. future  Mrs. Dr. Holbrnnk." he replied:  "As soon as I am rested from my  journey, or sooner*- if you .'������like: Law ���  no���'���<-!] me, please, who is this Uncle  Joseph .of whom you speak?"  He remembered what the doctor  had said of a crazy uncle, but wishing to hear Maddy's version of it, put  to her the-question,he did.  "Uncle Joseph is'grandma's youngest brother," Maddy answered, "and  he has been in the lunatic asylum  for yenrs. As long as his little property lasted, his bills were paid, but  how they keep him from charity, only  grandpa helps all he can, and buys  some little nice thinga which he wants  so badly, and sometimes cries for,  they say. I picked berries all las-  summer, and sold them to buy him a  thin coat and pants. We-should have  r"���~ to spend than we do, if it were  not fnr.Tjnole Joseph," and Maddy's  face wore a thoughtful expression as  she recalled all the shifts and turns  she'd seen made at home that the  poor maniac might be more comfortable. . -,'���������'  "Whnt made him crazy?" Guy asked, and after a moment's hesitancy  Maddy replied:  "T don't believe prn.nrlni.*> \yrm]<*  mind telling you, though she don't  talk about it much. I only knew it a  little while ago. He was disappointed  once. He loved a girl very much, and  she made him think that she loved  him. She was many years younger  than Uncle Joseph���about my age at  first���and when she grew up she said  she was.sick of him because he was  so much older. He wouldn't have felt  so badly, if she had not gone straight  off and married a rich man who was  a^^atJ^l^pJder^th^^^^^Uncle,  "Joseph;. that was the hardest part,  and he grew crazy at once. It has  been so long that he never can be  helped, and sometimes grandma talks  'of bringing him home, as he is perfectly  harmless. I suppose it's wicked, but  I. must hope she won't, for it would  be terrible to live with a crazy man."  and a chill crept over Maddy, as if  there had fallen upon her a -"foreshadowing of what might yet be. "Mr.  Remington," she continued suddenly,  "if. you teach me. I can't, of course,  expect three dollars a week. It would  not be right."  "Perfectly right," he answered.  "Your services to Jessie will be worth  just as much as ever, so give yourself  no trouble on thnt score."  He was the best man that ever lived, Maddy thought, and so she told  the doctor that afternoon when, as  he rode up to AiVonside. she met him  out qn the lawn before he reached the  house.  "It did strike the doctor a little  comically thnt one of Guy's hnhits  should offer to turn school-teacher  but Maddy was so glad that he wiip  trltiH 'no, and 'liv-bly triad thnt.acros*-  the sea there.wns n Lucy Atherstone.  How he wished that she was thei5  now as Mrs. Guy, nnd he must, tell  Guy so that' very day. Sented in Guy'5-  lih-nrv, -the opportunity soon occur  red, Guy approaching the subject himself by saying:  "Guess, Hal. what crazy project 1  hove just embarked in."  "I know without guessing; Maddy  told me," and the doctor's eyebrows  were-elevated just a little, as he crossed his feet upon the window sill and  moved his chair so as to have a better view of Mnddy and Jessie romping in the grass.  "And so you don't approve?" was  Guy's next remark, to which the doctor replied:  "Why, yes; it's a grand thing for  her, providing you know enough to  teach her; but, Guy, this is a confounded gossiping neighborhood, and  folks will talk, I'm afraid."  "Talk about what!" and Guy bridled up as his independent bpirit began to rise. "What harm is there in  my doing a generous act to a poor  girl like Maddy Clyde? Isn't she  graceful as a kitten, though?" and  Guy nodded toward the spot where  she was playing.  It annoyed the doctor to have Guy  praise Maddy," but he would not show  it, and answered:  "It's all right in you, but just because the poor girl is Maddy Clyde,  folks will talk. She is too handsome,  Guy. for Madam Grundy to let alone.  If Lucy w��_re qply \\ere. it. wouli be  cnuerem.* Tvny.-m -tne nawe* 'or*Wn-  der, are you two not married, if you  are ever going going to be?"  "Jealous, as I live!" and Guy's  hand came down playfully on the  doctor's shoulder. "I did not suppose  you had got as far as that. You are'  afraid of the effect, it may have on me  teaching a sweet-faced little girl how  fo conjugate, amo; and to cover up  your own interest, you bring Lucy  forward as an argument. Eh, Hal,  have I not probed the secret?" .  The doctor was in 'no mood for joking, and only smiled gloomily, while  Guy continued:  "Honestly,- doctor, I am doing it  for you. I imagine you fancy her, as  well you may. She'll make a splendid  woman, but she needs- educating, of  course, and I am going to do it. You  ought to thank me, instead of looking  so like a thundercloud," and Guy  laii**hed  merrily.  The doctor was ashamed of his  mo-*.-" nnd could not tell what promptr  ed him to answer:  "I am obliged to you, Guy: but,  as far as \ am concerned, you may  spare yourself the trouble. If my wife  ne-*5'*B educating. 1 can do it myself."  Guy was puzzled. Could it be that.  nt"t<-- all, he was deceived, and the  doctor did not enre for Maddy? It  might be, and he hastened to change  the conversation to nnpther topic than  iV- " ly Clyde. The doctor stayed to  dinner, and ns Guy watched him  closely, he mnde up his mind that he  did care for Mnddy Clyde, and this  confirmed him in his plan of educating her for him.  Magnanimous Guy! He felt himself  very good, very generous, very condescending, and very forgiving, the  early portion of the afternoon; but  later in the day he began to view  Guy Remington in the light of a  martyr,-said martyrdom consisting in  the scornful toss of the head with  which Agnes hnd listened to his plan,  an--1 '���'���">  -nen opposition of Mia? Noah.  "Was he beside himself, or what?"  this worthy asked. "She liked Maddy  Clyde, to be sure, but it wasn't for  aim to demean himself by turning  her schoolmaster. Folks would talk  Hwfully, and she couldn't blame 'eni;  besides, what would Lucy say to his  bein' alone in a room with a girl as  pretty as Maddy? It was...*a duty- he  owed he5- at any rate, to tell herabout  it, nnd if she said 'twas right, why,  go it."  Thi-* "= t1 - drift of Mrs. Noah's  remarks, and as Guy depended much  on her judgment, he decided to write  to Lucv to see if she had the slightest objections to his teaching Maddy  CIvde. Accordingly, he wrote that  verv ���-���~-*t, telling her frankly all  he knew concerning Maddy Clyde,  and narrating the circumstances under v'hieh he first had met-her, be-  in- careful also to repeat what he  know would, have weight' with an  English girl like Lucy, to wit, that  though poor, Maddy's father and  grandfather Clyde had been gentlemen, the one" a-clergyman, the other  a **en captain. Then he told of her desire for learning, and his plan to  teach her himself, of what the doctor  and Mrs. Noah '��� had said about it,,  and his final determination to cousult  her. Then he described Maddy herself  feelinir a strange thrill as he told how  pure, how innocent, how artless and,  beautiful she was. and asked if Lucy*  feared aught from his.association with  her. - 'y ��� '��� 'r.-s-ry.      /;.,-.  "Tf you do." he wrote, "you have  but to sny so. and though I am committed, I will extricate myself in some  way. rather than-wound you in the  ^li-Vhtest degree." ,���,.*-* Y    ������;���  ; vlt would be some time ere an answer to this letter could be received,  and until- such time' Guyv,could not  honorably hear Maddy's lessons as  he had agreed to do. But Maddy. was  not suspicious, and accepting his trivial excuse, waited patiently, while  he. too.' wnited for the letter, wondering what it- world contain.  (To be Continued.)  LOW EXCURSION-RATES TO  EASTERN  CANADA  The North-Western Line again announce their annual excursions to  Eastern Canada. Rate of $40 for the  round trip to points in Ontario and  Quebec, as far east, as "Montreal, will  be in effect daily'during December,  and tickets will be good for return  three months from daie of-sale, with  provision for extension at small additional cost. If. travelling East be  sure 'and specify' The North-Western  Line when purchasing your, ticket, as  this will ensure you best service and  quickest=time.^YFull=information=ori  application to Geo. A. Lee, General  Agent, 215 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg,  Man.  St George's  Baking Powder  it best for Biscuits ��� best fo.  Cakes���best for Pies���best for  everything you bake that requires  Baking Powder."  "One can to dy, will always  make you buy St. George's."  Have you a copy'of our new Cook  Book? Sent free il you wrjte  National Drug & Chemical Co. of  Canada, I,imlte-, Montreal,  tr  IS WELCOME IN CANADA  SAYS    HOME-MADE    TREATMENT  CURES     RHEUMATISM  The Tenor*' ParU. "*"*  Probably the composers are largely  responisible for tenor worship; In Vefc.  di's operas, with hardly an exception,  tbe tenor plays a more important part  than the baritone or bass, and the  same ls true of other opera writers,  Mozart's "Don Giovanni" being a notable exception. Wagner wrote one  opera, "The Flying Dutchman," in  which the baritone Is king, whereas in  six of his works the supremacy of the  tenor ls indicated by the very titles���  "IUenzl," "Tannhauser," "Lohengrin,"  "Tristan nnd Isolde," "Siegfried,"  "Parsifal." This being so, we shall  probably continue to be subject to the  tyranny of one tenor or another, unless  It be true, as was maintained at a conclave of French savants, that the tenor  voice Is a relic of barbarism, destined  to become extinct���Argonaut  Shake the Ingredients Well in the Bottle  and  Take   a  Teaspoonful  Dose After Meals  When an eminent authority announced in a leading Montreal daily  that he had found a new way to treat  that dread American disease, Rheumatism, with just common, every-day  drugs found, in any drug store,: the  physicians were slow indeed to attach  much importance to his claims. This  was only a few months ago. To-day  nearly every newspaper in the country,, even the metropolitan dailies, is  announcing it and the splendid results achieved. It is so simple that  any one can prepare it at home art  small cost. It is made up as follows:  Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extjract Dandelion, one-  half ounce; Compound Kargon, one  ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla,  three ounces. Mix by shaking in a  bottle and take in teaspoonful doses  after each meal and at bedtime.  These are all simple ingredients, making " an absolutely harmless home remedy  at little  cost..  Rheumatism, as everyone knows, is  a. symptom of deranged kidneys. It  is a condition produced by the failure  of the kidneys to properly filter** or  strain from the blood the uric acicl  and other matter, which, if not eradicated, either in the urine or through'  the skin pores, remains in the blood,  decomposes and forms .; about the  joints and muscles, causing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism.        ',:���* .,������*':,-.  This ^prescription is said to rbe a  splendid healing, cleansing and invigorating tonic to the kidneys, and  gives almost immediate, relief in all  forms of bladder nnd urinary troubles  and backache. He also warns people  in a leading Toronto paper against  the discriminate use of many patent  medicines.      Y        "'. - -y,..  WILL PRESENT THE  -BONNIE BRIER BUSH  j Greatest of Scottish Plays Will Tour  1 Western Canada���Famous Songstress a Special Feature  Mr. C. P. Wajker, owner and manager of Winnipeg's new $300,000 theatre, the Walker, has just completed  arrangements for a tour across Western Canada of "The Bonnie Brier  Bush," one of the greatest plays in  the history of the drama.  The tour will begin at Fort William, Wednesday, December 4th, and  will close at Nelson, B.C., about January 10th. After one day at Kenofa,  a week will be devoted to Winnipeg,  where -this famous drama has previously been given for four long engagements'. One-night engagements  will follow in the following named  towns of Western Canada:  Portage la Prairie, Brandon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Didsbury, Lacombe, Red Deer,  Wetaskiwin, Edmonton, Macleod,  Lethbridge, Pincher Creek, Blairmore, Fernie, Cranbrook, Phoenix,  Greenwood, Grand Forks, Rossland  and Nelson.  The company which will present  "The Bonnie Brier -Bush"; on this  tour numbers thirty people, and is  composed of players of prominence,  among whom are J. Palmer Collins,  Walter Scott Weeks, Ward E. Ren-  selier, Robert Ireland, late Pipe Major of" the 48th Highlanders of Toronto, Kenneth McKerizie, Marion McDonald, Ann Caird, Adelaide Matthews, Wm. J. Casey, the Bennet  children    and  many  others  of note.  WHAT JOY TO BE  FREED FROM PILES  There Is Soaroely a Sufferer In this Broad Land  But Can Be Cured By  Dr. Chase's Ointment  There is a well-known Federal offi-.  cial at Washington, whose family  stoutly maintain that he is absolutely  color-blind, a contention as stoutly  refuted by the official himself. Y  On one occasion at table his wife remarked a new tie her husband was  wearing. "I'll wager that you don't  know what color the tie is," she  teasingly suggested.  "It's blue," said the husband.  "RivM! But ho\y on earth did you  know?"  "Well," said the husband, with the  same assurance, "when I- bought it  yesterday I told" the clerk that if .he  didn't give me blue, I'd throw him  out of the window."  Do Not Delay.���Do not let a cold  or cough fasten upon you as it will  do if neglected. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil will break , up a - cold and  cure a cough, and should be resorted  to at once when the first symptoms  appear. It can be disguised^ sq^ that  any^unpleasant^taste-" itYrffay-Have  will be imperceptible to the delicate.  Try it and be convinced.   .  "I find I can wear my last year's  overcoat again," chirped the optimist.  "I find that I'll have to," growled  the pessimist.���* Louisville Courier-  Journal.  The entire New York scenic production and electrical equipment is carried, . a special. large baggage car being required for its transportation.  A decided feature will be the special engagement for this tour, of the  Australian nightingale, Miss Maggie  McCann, the sweetest" singer.of Scottish songs that ever Yvisited- Canada.  "The Bonnie Brier Bush," the play  of airplays dear to the hearts of the  Canadian people, is a dramatization  by James MacArthur, of the late Ian  Maclaren's story of the same name,  and it depicts life in the land whose  lochs and heathery hills inspired the  great song poet, Robert Burns. If  in his not very long but useful life,  Ian Maclaren, or the Rev.: John Watson, which was his real name, had  given the world nothing but' "The  Bonnie Brier Bush," his life would  not have been lived in vain. To  those who follow the stage closely  the'play stands out like a light house  in the sea of uninteresting stage  stories. It is distinctly a play, of heart  interest, *\vhile the comedy is abundant, .wholesome and natural.���  The enterprise of Manager Walker  in securing "The Bonnie Brier Bush"  for a Western Canada, tour will.be  appreciated by' all lovers of the best  in drama.  The utter misery and despair of the  sufferer from a severe case of piles  or hemorrhoids cannot be' described  in words. ������',''���  It is not only the intense itching  and stinging, which in themselves are  bad enough, not only the dread of a  surgical operation, with its pain, expense and danger, but the whole system seems to be undermined, and as  the ailment drags on from day to day  and year to year", one becomes dis-.  couraged, despondent, and in despair gives up all hope of cure.  The joy whioh cured ones experience  on being freed from itching, bleeding  and protuding piles is told in the  thousands of .letters which we have  received from  time  to time.  You need not tell the writers of  these letters thnt there is a 'case  which Dr. .Chase's Ointment will not  cure, for they will not believe it.  They alone know how they suffered,  nnd also know that Dr. Chase's Ointment cured them. In many cases the  cures were almost like miracles, so  little ointment was used. In others,  while  relief  came quickly, cure  wns  several boxes of the ointmnt.  Mr. John Johnson, Cowley, Alta.,  writes:���        ; ���  "Three years ago I was cured of  ("blind, itching piles of 27 years' standing by using Dr. Chase's Ointment.  I used to think that death w.ould be  the only relief I would ever get from  the terrible misery of piles. Often I  was laid up for three days at a time  and at other times worked when I  should have been in bed.  "Dr. Chase's Ointment is worth  sixty dollars a box instead of sixty  cents. I nm a different man since  using it. I am farming all the time  and never miss a day. Words fail to  express my gratitude for the cure this  ointment made for me. I cannot tell  half as-much about it as it deserves.  Anyone doubting this can write direct to me." -^  It matters not how long you have  suffered, if you have itching, bleeding or protuding piles, Dr. Chase's  Ointment will relieve and cure you.  nnd it is the only positive and guaranteed cure for every form of piles.  60-cents a^ box, nt nil dealers, or fid-  only effected by the" persistent use of | mnnson, Bates & Co., Toronto  Misunderstood  Him  Hix���Did you hear about the awful  fright that I got on my wedding day?  Dix���Hush!    No man should talk  like that about his wife.  A Magic Pill.���Dyspepsia is a foe  which men are constantly grappling  but do not exterminate. Subdued,  and to all appearances vanquished in  one, it makes its appearance in another direction. In many cases the  digestive apparatus is as delicate as  the mechanism of a watch or scientific instrument in which- even a  breath of air will make a variation.  With such persons disorders of the  stomach ensue from the most trivial  causes and cause much suffering. To  these Parmelee's Vegetable.. Pills areN  recommended as mild and sure.  It is'said that in Berlin houses are  numbered in luminous paint. What's  the matter with having luminous keyholes also?  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious itch, on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  FEAR OF THE FOREST.  Good Thins, All  Right ���  "He seems to bo making quite a lot  <>f money now.   Is his system of physical culture \a good  thing?"  "\Vell���-er���everyone  who   pays   for  it is."���Philadelphia Press.  They Never Knew Failure.���Careful  observation of the effects of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills has shown that  they act immediately on the. diseased organs of the system and stimulate  them to healthy action. There may  be cases in which the disease has  been long seated and does not easily  yield ,to medicine, but even in such  cases these Pills have been known to  bring relief when all other so-called  remedies have failed. These assertions can be substantiated by many  who have used the'Pills, and medical  men speak highly of their qualities.  y Goggles���Why did he sell his runabout ?  Speeder���He thought it had runabout all that it could.���Pittsburg;  Leader.  nlinard's Liniment cures Distemper.  A NEW SANDWICH.  CHRISTMAS RATES EAST VIA  NORTH-WESTERN  LINE  ���' Commencing Dec. 1st, and continuing to Dec 31st, excursion tickets  will be on sale to many points in  Eastern Canada, west of Montreal, at  $40.00 for the round trip, good for  return three months from date of sale.  Be sure to specify the North-Western  -Line^between���MinneapolisrStr^Paul^  and Chicago.  Poems, Pictures and Songs.  It takes all kinds of people to make  up a world and all kinds of poetry ta  make up a world literature. Despite  the efforts of the critics to. lay down  definite canons of judgment for the  literary, pictorial and musical arts  most of ns continue to like a poem, a  picture or a song for no better reason  than because we like it. It appeals to  us, and If it does that it Is for ns a  true poem, picture or song. Whether  it is to be classed among the great  products of art is another question.  That depends upon the universality  and permanence of the appeal., it  makes.���Current Literature.  ENQLI8H 8PAVIN LINIMENT removes  all hard, soft or calloused lumps and  blemishes from- horsea, . blood spavin,  curbs, splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles,  sprains, sore and swollen throat, coughs,  etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish "Oure  ever known.  THE  MODERN  WAY.  He stayed till 2 a m., and she  Seemed ln no haste to port.  And also It wns plain that ho  Wan In no haste to start.  Nor did her father give a shout  And auk him then and there  IX he should come and put him out���  1 guess he didn't care.  Bhe did not whlBper, "Darling; John,  1 guess you'll  have to go,"  And so ho simply stayed right on���_  The light was turned down low.  Although the hour was very late.  Her father did not swear  Nor tell her to dismiss him straight���  1 guess he didn't care. 1  For years the Jokesters bold have told  How fathers fumed and fussed  And often kicked those lovers bold.  Straight out Into the dust.  But nowadays such scenes as thes*  Doii't happen, I declare,  For lovers do Just as they please,  And parents do not careA  ���Detroit Free Pres*.  Many people make ver-T'hard work  uf waaliiu}5; and even theu find'that  their clothes do uot look well, but have  a (jray nppeanuiee and reveal many of  the stains which the laundrying process should have removed.  This is because they do not use water of the right teuiperature. If clothes  are put to soak lu scalding water the  dirt Is not loosened and the fruit and  coffee stains are set. Scalding water  sets the ytains. while briskly boiling  water removes them. If clothes are/put  to soak It should lie after the stains are  thus removed, and then ln cold ocj  rc.pld water  FURNITURE NOVELTY.  The  ceding  That   Comes   When  One  Finds  H  nself  Lost.  One must be Independent to enjoy  the vast freedom ������( the woods, mighty  nud protecting, yet unfettering, gathering myriads of living things In safety within their; shelter. It is a wonderful experience���aud familiarity cannot  lessen the. wonder of It���to choose  some unfrequented trail that the forest  has half reclaimed and follow it for a  time, then suddenly to stop and listen,  rhe underbrush.,the trees, the broken  thread of path, which had seemed only  to echo our footsteps and frame a human form, now in our silence give  forth all the voices of the woods, elusive, intermittent, but alive���life everywhere, whispering warning of an interloper who may have come for evil or  for good, und one feels without seeing  myriad eyes upou him.  Have you ever been afraid In the  .woods? Not that mysterious awe of  the first twilights that all know who  have camped, when the silence Is absolute, when shadows have swallowed  up the distance and the light has almost faded from the sky. when one  feels dimly the vast, latent power of  nature around him with which some  time or other he must struggle and  conquer or be crushed. This fear of  the forest was different I was alone  and lost. I had taken a false trail at  some tinbInzed turn and--of a sudden  realized tbe truth For a long moment  i couldY/thlnk of tiothlng^see nothlni^  hear nothing, oniy^bir^li^lbiis^of'fhe*  fact of uiy utter helplessness. T felt  the heart deadening panic of the trapped animal, wanting to run against my  barriers on every side.,, Only; a mo-  inent, I sa.v. and then my reason was  alert to solve the problem of return.  But the mental experience left a vivid  Impression, uud 1 can understand, the  despair of the really lost, wandering  endlessly In aimless circles. ��� Outing  Magazine. .    . '  Trifling Favors.  Mrs. Jones���That old maid next door  Is tbe most brazen borrower I know!  Mrs. Brown ��� Indeed! Mrs. Jones-  Yes. Why, only yesterday she came  over to Inquire if she could borrow  my husband for an hour to clean her  sewing machine, thrash u man who  bad Insulted her and discharge her  cook.���Loudon Scraps.  Umbrella   Cabinet   With    Places   For  Holding Overshoes and Veils.  A piece of furniture that Is a decided  novelty Is an umbrella cabinet.  A    Delicious    Novelty    For   Afternoon  Tea or Picnics.  Fannie Merrltt Farmer, an authority  on cooking, gives the following recipe  for a new sandwich In the Woman's  Home Companion:  *"Somerset sandwiches are as acceptable at an afternoon tea or evening  reception as at a picnic. -'��� They are  made from a bread the recipe of which.  I think, Is unknown to most of my  readers, so I will give a list of the Ingredient5*5-'which goto make it, but will- i  presuppose that you know the principles of breadmaking: One-half cupful  of scalded milk^ one-half' cupful of  boiling water, one-half tablespoonful  of lard, oue-half tablespoonful of butter, ... two1 tablespoonfuls' of molasses,  three-quarters of a teaspoonful of salt,  one-half a yeast cake dissolved in two  tablespoonfuls of lukewarm water, one-  half cupful of white flour and enough  entire wheat flour to , kuead and one  cupful of English walnnt or pecan nut  meats broken In pieces. The result ls  more satisfactory If the nut meats are  added while kneading after the first  raising. When this bread Is twenty-  four-hours' old, slice as thin as possible, spread sparingly and evenly with  creamed butter and put orange, marmalade between slices. Remove crusts,  cut In triangles or any desired shape  and garnish with Halves of nut meats,  which need a bit of butter on their  undersurfaces to keep them in place.  To^keepYinolst"^  er sandwiches. If orange marmalade  ls not procurable, make the sandwiches  without It, and even then you will hav_  a delicious novelty."  40 PAGE TRAP BOOK  Picture of 46 wild animals in colors,  gun and trap catalogue, price list of  raw furs, hides and skins, sent post  paid for 4c in stamps. N. W. Hide &  Fur Co.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  For people of the North West who  desire to spend the winter in* a milder  climate the Canadian Pacific have arranged a series of low rate excursions  'for  certain  dates in  December  and  January to Vancouver and Victoria.  No matter how handsome or elaborate it may be, the ordinary receptacle  for umbrellas and walking sticks is not  a thing of beauty and does not add to  the appearance of the hall in which It  stands.  This cabinet, however, Is a really attractive piece of furniture, which has  the added advantage of protecting its  contents from dust and dirt and concealing them so that thoy do not seem J  to add to the decorative features of  the hall.     'Ly   .  Around the sides of the cabinet and  also inside both doors are brass hooks,'  into which the handles of the umbrel-,  las - or walking sticks are fastened.  Several .of the hooks have silk bags attached for the protection of light colored* parasols or particularly handsome  umbrellas.  A long-drawer in the lower part of  the cabinet may be used for overshoes,  and a sbelflike arrangement in the  top; which opens on hinges, Is useful  for holding veils or gloves or small arr  tides left temporarily in the halL  ' The whole arrangement is qnite compact, occupying but small space, and  the Inlaid wood of which it Is made  adds much to the beauty of an article  that is built on plain but well proportioned lines.  The Canadian Pacific Railway are  issuing during December low rate excursion tickets to Eastern Canada  from all   oints in the North West. -'���  Easy and Warm  You don't have  to wear arctics,  rubbers or overstockings with  Elmira Felt Shoes.  The felt itself is lighter than  leather. Your feet can't get cold  in Elmira Felts, no matter how  low the temperature falls.  Look for the trademark���shown above"  ���on the sole, ansint on having the  genuine Blmira Pelts.  Sold  by Laadlnq  Dealers.       35  IS ONCE  MORE ON THE MARKET AFTER A LAPSE OF  MONTHS,-and your wholesaler is in a position to supply your requirements in what is acknowledged to be  THE   BEST   BUILDING   PAPER  TEES & PERSSE LOTTED, Agents,  CALGARY "V-    WINNIPEG EDMONTON  "Always���Everywhere in Canada���Use   Eddy'..   Matches." THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  'Y Y-YyV'*;  yc--7*m.��m  -;m��im  IT DOES NOT PAY  TO DIE NOW  Doctors to Charge Five Dollars in  Future for Issuing Burial  Certificates  Five dollars for a burial certificate  has been announced as a part of tue  programme for an all-round increase  of doctors' fees as proposed by the-  Ontario Medical Council. Thousands  of people have found it a very heavy.  ^ tax on their resources to pay their  doctors' bills at the old rate. The  increase would be a very serious matter to many people were it not for  the fact there 'is within the reach of  all that wonderful remedy "that, after  being put to the utmost: test, under  the most severe conditions, has proven that for all forms of run-down  systems from almost any disease or  cause, especially from those diseases  affecting the throat, lungs or stomach,  Psychine is a safer, surer, and more  dependable deliverance than the "untried and experimental prescriptions  of nine out of ten of the present-day  doctors. Psychine, in addition to being concentrated life work of several  of the world's most eminent medical  specialists, has a sixty years' record  of unparalleled and unapproachable  triumphs over disease and death that  has brought light and joy to tens of  thousands of homes every year. And  it is" steadily going on to still greater  triumphs. It does not" pay to die now.  Take Psychine and live and enioy  life. It is a great svstem-builder.  Fifty cents and $1 per bottle at your  druggist's, or at Dr. T. A; Slocum's,  179 King. Street west, Toronto.  "Several veai'R ago my wife was so  seriously ill of lunc trouble as for  months'to bo nimble to walk. at.  which time a noted physician told me  that the next dress that I would buy.  for. her would be a shroud. She used  Psvchine and is now reasonably well."  ���Rev. C. E. Rurrell, Forest, Ont.  "My   wife's   affections   have    been  alienated."  "You should sue for damages."  "I would like to .   But what satisfaction  could   I   get  from   a   rubber  plant?"���Pittsburg   Leader  Hard and soft corns cannot withstand Holloway's Corn Cure; it is  effectual every time. Get a bottle at  once and be happy.  "What with whooping-cough, measles  and  all  that," . began the  first  ''traveller, "children are a great care,  but they're also great blessings���"  "That's what they are," interrupted the second traveller, "I don't know  how we should get along without  them."  "Ah, you're a family man, too?"  ."No, "a physician."���  Philadelphia  Press.' '-'���-.-���  Minard's Linimen* Cures Garget in  Cows.-"-* '; Y  "Mrs. Po-j-ley ..was-telling 'me'.'about  her baby today."  "Yes? I met Mrs Newmater today  and she was telling me about hers.  She says it's just the���sweetest and  prettiest little thing in the world."  "How. odd!   So is Mrs. Popley's."  There ls more Catarrh In this ��������������<���>����� nf  the country than all other dipeases put  together, and until the last-few rears  was supposed to be incurable..For,a (treat  many years doctors pronounced tt a local  disease an 3 prescribed local remedies, and  by constantly failing to cure with local  treatment, ^pronounced it .Inourable.;  Science has proven catarrh to b- <��� con  ���titutional disease and therefore requires  constitutional treatment. Hall's . Oatarrh  Oure, manufacured by F." J. Cheney 4  Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitu  tional cure on the market. It '���- *"V��n  internally in doses from ten drops to a  teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system. They  offer one hundred dollars for any case  it fails to cure. 8end for circn'ft-��-and  testimonials. . ���   .    ���  - AddreBS: P. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo. 0  Bold  by  Druggists," 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for cons tip*.  tion.  A   SEAT   IN  THE   COMMONS.  Going  to  Parliament  a  Costly  Honor  Y For Englishmen.  Every Englishman who Is not fortunate enough to.be a peer wants to become an M. P. Every man who has  succeeded in business or professional  life feels that a coveted seat In the  commons Is necessary to round out his  _career.=i=But^niany=menikOfYmoderatei  means are^-deterred from pampering  their ambitions by the big expense entailed. No salaries are paid, and. besides supporting himself, an M. P. Is  called upon to meet heavy drains upon  his pocketbook during his entire term.  At the most moderate estimate the  expenses of a campaign are $5,000..  Once elected, the member must "nurse"  his constituents. Clubs and charities'  arc the greatest beneficiaries of this  nursing, but many individuals-come in  for assistance also. Not less than $3,-  000 a year Is required for.this Item,  which for a term of flye years represents an outlay of $15,000.  All told, then, a prospective member  faces an outlay of $20,000 in addition  to his living expenses, which In London are far from moderate when he  maintains himself In keeping with ths  dignity of his position.  Many of the commoners of course  spend far more than the above .amount  And, In addition to the cash outlay,  some of them find their lives embittered by the. worries and exactions of  their positions.. - .   ���  The Family  sician  The best medicines in the  world cannot take the place of  the family physician. Consult  him early when taken ill. If  the trouble is with your  throat, bronchial tubes, or  lungs, ask hin about taking  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then  take it or not, as he says.  W. publiah our formula*  Wa baqiih" alcohol  from oar xtaedlotnos  Wo arao yon to  eotiBult yon-  doctor  Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indigestion, constipation, dizzy spells ���these  are tome of the results of an inactive  liver. Ask your doctor if be endorses  Ayer's Pills in these cuss. The dose  is small, pne pill at bedtime.  ~SS-U-�� fcy Vtm ��T, o. A\m O*.. tmrtiX, KM*���-  TESTED  HIS LOGIC.  John Seemed  to  Mako  His  Point, but  Missed the Chicken.  The old couple were eating their flrat  meal with their son after his return  from college.  "Telj us, John," said the father,  "what have you' learned at collegeV"  "Oh. lots of things," said the son as  he recited his course of-studies.  "Theu," he concluded, 'Talso studied  logic."  .  "Logic." said the old man.  "What is  that?"  "It's the art of reasoning," said the  son. ���'���������" .y.  "The art of reasoning?" said the father, "What ls-thiit. ni.v boy?"  "Well." replied the sou, "let me give  you ������- a denioustratioh., How many  chickens are-on that dish, father?"  "Two." said the old man.  "Well." "'sold John, "1 can prove  there are three." Then he stuck his  fork in one aud said. "That Is oue. Isn't  It?" .-       -~.    ,  "Yes," said the father.  "Aud this is two?" sticking his fork  In the second.  '!Yes." replied the father again.  ''Well, don't one and two ,mako  three?" replied John triumphantly.  "Well. I declare." said the father,  "you have learned things at college.  Well, mother," continued tbe old man  to his wife, "1 will give you oue of the  chickens to eat, and I'll take the other,  and John can have tbe third. How ia  that, Johur-Judge.  MEXICAN   CARRIERS.  The Cargadors Can'- Carry Enormous  Loads on Their  Shoulders.  Just as one fiuds the rickshaw everywhere In India, so one finds the carga-  dor ln Mexico. He Is a beast of burden. In general he Is a comparatively  small man, with broad shoulders and  stout arms and legs. To look at him  one would not think he would be able  to carry heavy burdens." But the  weight he can carry Is surprising. You  .have a trunk you can scarcely move,,  for Instance. You send for a cargador.  He gets it upon his back, high up on  the shoulders, and he marches off with  it us easily as though It were a plaything. A life dedicated to carrying  heavy burdens has made this work  easy for him. A slightly built Mexican  will carry over 500 pounds on his  shoulders for short distances.  Oritil recent years almost everything  in the City of Mexico and everywhere  else throughout the republic was carried upon the backs of cargadors. If  you wanted to move your household  furniture you hired a certain number  of cargadors. For bouse moving they  generally work In pairs, each.pair having a hand truck, which they pick up  and carry when it Is loaded, for It has  ho wheels. In the City of Mexico there  are still hundreds of these baud trucks,  though -, one may now find plenty of  carts, wagons and heavy moving  trucks. ���:������'��� ���  The On|y Piece He Cared About.  "There was a French count," said a  lecturer in the midst of a little sermon  .on selfishness,: "who was" traveling  from Paris to Monte Carlo. On his  Journey he stopped at Mentone, where  ���he sent for his valet, who had preceded him,and-was to have met bin) at  that point 'Alas, monsieur,', exclaimed the count's courier, 'poor Francois!  I have just looked my last upon him.  He was killed iu a railway accident.  His corpse lies on the outskirts of  Mentone, cut in a hundred pieces!'  'Ah!' murmured the count regretfully.  Then just go back and fetch me tho  piece that contains my trunk keys.'"  The Old Way and the New.  The young lady from Boston was explaining. "Take an egg." she said, "and  make u perforation in the base and a  corresponding one in the apex. Then  you apply the lips to-the aperture and  by forcibly inhaling the breath the  shell Is entirely discharged of its contents."   '  An old lady who was listening exclaimed:  ���  ^ "It beats all how folks'do_ things  nowadays. When I wa3 a gal they  made a hole ln each end and sucked."  What the Poet Says.  After their honeymoon to Niagara  falls they came back and settled on  the old farm. ^ \  "Gracious, Sile!" said Cynthia. "Why  are.you in such a bad humor?"  "Making butter is blamed hard  work," grumbled Silas, removing tho  beads from his brow.  "Oh, cheer up. Sile! Don't the poet  say that It Is Move that makes tbe  world go round ?' "  "Yes; but by gosh, lt don't make tbe  churn go round."  A Change In Temperature.  "I hear the audience last night was  rather cold?" said HI Tragedy.    ,  'They were at first." replied Lowe  Comedy, "but when they remembered  that they bud paid good money to se��  the  show   they   got  hot"  curt or tne cat..  The day Is past when everything that  purs or mews Is considered a cat worth  having.  With the ever increasing cult of the  cat, owners are becoming more particular about good points, and considerable  study is expended by fanciers on the  necessary qualifications.  Such' qualifications of course vary  with the breed. In long haired cats  the ruff ls the first thing to be considered. The tufts of hair between the  toes, the ear tufts and the flexibility of  the tail come next.  With the short haired cats the color  Is of great importance, and so are the  eyes, ears and the shape of the head.  White cats should have blue eyes,  black cats yellow eye-3 and those of  other colors green eyes.  Here are some of the good points to  be taken into consideration when buying a cat:  Head���Great breadth between the  eyes.  Eyes���Round and wide open.  Nose���short and tapered.  Frame���Light, deep chested.  Legs���Straight  . Ears���Small and rounded.  Neck���Thin a_d graceful.  Tail���Bent at the end in long haired  cata.  MISS HARRINGTON OF DETROIT  SAYS:  "I Caught  a Severe  Cold Wliich  Settled in  Catarrh.  /' " ���    -   ���;  I Began  \Taking  Pe-ru-na  And Found  it a Faithful  Helper.  I Heartily  Recommend  Pe-ru-na."  AN  ALL DAY CIGAR.  MISS OELJA HAF-HINC-TON.  MISS GELIA HARRINGTON, 303 Second Ave.. Detroit, Mich., writes:  "WeakneBB has filled many months of my life with suffering.  "Through carelessness I caught a severe cold two years ago which  settled in catarrh and seriously interfered with the regular functions of  the body and made-me nervous and irritable.'  "I began taking Peruna and found in it a faithful helper, as it enriched my blood and invigorated'the whole system.  "I have no pains.now, and am always well.  "1 heartily recommend Peruna as a reliable medicine."  Health  and  Strength   Restored  Mrs. A. E. Stouffer, Capioma, Kansas, writes:  "Peruna has given me health and  strength; it is the ..best medicine that  was ever made for women. My  friends say they never saw such a  change iii, a woman. I talk to every  'ine.���"about Peruna. I cannot say. too  nuch for it."  Peruna in Tablet Form.���For two  years Dr. Hartman and his assistants  have incessantly labored to create Peruna in tablet form,; and. their.strenuous labors have just been crowned  jf-ith success. People who object to  quid medicines can now secure Pe-  una Tablets, which . represent the  ���nedicinal ingredients* of .Peruna.  Each tablet is equivalent to one average dose of Peruna.  For Years an  Invalid'  Mrs^Chas. Gros Louis, Indian Lo-  rette, Quebec, Canada, writes::  "For years I suffered from a disease that the doctors did not understand.  "One day I read in the paper about,  your excellent remedy, Peruna. I  procured *a bottle of it and took it according to directions. It was not  long until I observed a change for  the better.  "I can say that Peruna has cured  me. I could not take any nourishment except milk.  "I will at all times say a good word  for Peruna. I hold it in the highest  esteem." ''  Catarrh of Head  and Throat  Mrs. William H. Hinohliffe, 20  Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass., writes  that Peruna Ras done her a great  deal of good for catarrh of head and  throat.   '  The Kind Smoked by a Tribe of Soyth  American Indians.  Cigars a foot and a half long, which,  are made for one day's smoking., are  shown In the American Museum of  Natural History. With thetu is a holder which looks like u tuning fork and  is large enough to be used for pitching hay.     ,   -  Far up the Illo Nigra.* a tributary of  the Amazon, two explorers made u collection of articles for the museum.  The Indians there made cigars eighteen inches long and as big around as  a child's arm. One of tbese cigars is  too much for any ease loving, man to  clasp, so the Indians put the fragrant  roll between the tines of a fork two  and a haif feet long, stick the sharp  end or'the handle Into the ground at  a convenient distance from tlieir hammocks and take a puff from time to  time us they sway lazily backward  and.forward.  There are many other picturesque  articles In the collection, which was  made during a three months' journey  from the coast The material is of the  highest value, and nothing like it has  been seen except a few articles ln a  German museum.  STEAMSHIP NAMES.  The Way They Are Shortened In ths  Companies'Offices.  No matter how long or difficult of  pronunciation may be the name of a  steamer, the passenger agents and  clerks of the various steamship lines  make an effort to be correct In using it  when selling tickets to custonfers. Occasionally they make a slip of the  tongue and call the steamer by the  nickname used In the office when passengers are not around. The steamers  of the Atlantic Transport line, the Minneapolis, the Mlnnetouka and the Minnehaha, are referred to generally as  the "Minnies." individually the MIu-  uetonku is culled the "Touk" und the  Mesalm the "Mes." The Bed Hue Va-  derland Is tn I led "Father." the Finland  tbe "Fin" und the Kroonland und tbe  Zeelund tbe "Kroon" and the "'/see," respectively. The prefix Si. is dropped  when reference is made to the St.  Paul; the St. Louis is called "Lode"  aud tbe Philadelphia Is called - tbe  "Phillle." The North German Lloyd  liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse Iu the  parlance of the office force Is tbe "Big  Bill" and the Kaiser Wilhelm II. Is  "Billy Two."  BECAUSE OF ITS PURITY AND FREEDOM  FROM C0L0RIN0 MATTER  LEAD PACKETS ONLY  GREEN TEA  Blue Label 40c, Red Label 60.,  And Gold Label 60c. per Ib.  AT ALL GROCERS  ^THE   MUSSULMANS.  ASK  YOUR   DRUGGIST   FOR. FREE   PERUNA   ALMANAC   FOR   1008.  Always the  Politeness  A Germantown woman was not long  ago watching a workman as he put  up new window fixtures in her house.  "Don't you think you have placed  those��� fixtures too high?" asked she,  having reference to curtain rolls last  put in place. .  The workman, a stolid German,'  made no reply, but continued to adjust tlie fixture's:  ��� "Didn't you hear my question?"  demanded the lady of the house.  "How dareyou be so rude?"  Whereupon the German gulped convulsively, and then replied in the  gentlest of voices:���  "I haf ray mouth full of screws,  und I could hot shpeak till I svallow  some'."���Harper's Weekly.  DOCTORS   THOUGHT   BABY   WAS  CONSUMPTIVE  A letter to anxious mothers is written by Mrs. F. W. Kittle, of Kirkdale,  P.Q., who says: "My little 4-year-  old boy suffered since he was 18  months old from a bad leg. I tried  many-salves and had doctors attend  himi-=but=nono^did=hifn-any-good.=The.  doctors told me it was in the blood,  and be was in consumption. I only  wish now I had had more faith in  Zam-Buk, for it immediately healed  the boy's leg. He is now nearly 4  years old and looks far from being  consumptive. He is now a strong,  healthy boy, thanks to Zam-Buk.  I hope this letter will help a good  many  anxious  mothers."  Mothers Take Heart. Don't be discouraged because everything has failed to heal your child until you have  tried Zam-Buk. Zam-Buk is Nature's  Healing Balm, and quickly overcomes  and removes all skin diseases. It is  equally good for young and old.  For all skin diseases Zam-Buk is  without equal. It cures ulcers, festering sores, ringworm, cuts, bruises,  chapped hands, boils, eczema, etc.,  etc. All stores and druggists sell  Zam-Buk at 50 cents a box, or postpaid from The Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  3 boxes, $1.25.  BALLOONING.  With an Experienced Pilot In Charge  It Is Not Dangerous.  The uninitiated are prone to look upon the balloon as a sort of country  fair attraction, whose principal Interest lies in the risk the aeronaut takes.  This Is a mistake. "*������'  Like the automobile, the balloon requires an experienced pilot, and when  ^ such a one is In charge serious or fatal  -accidents are never recorded. Most  balloon clubs require all ascensions to  be made under n regularly licensed  pilot, who receives his certificate from  the club only after having demonstrated his fitness. The pilot who is  willing to go up only in favorable  weather and to come down at the  proper time need never endanger lives.  He knows he has only to open the  valve and he can descend. He has only  to throw out a handful of sand, and  he can prevent his balloon from coming down or can send it up. When ho  is ready to land he picks out a favorable spot ahead of him, lets his balloon come gradually down near" tbe  ground, cuts loose the anchor which  stops his progress, then opens the  valve again If necessary. When the  car touches the ground he tears out  the ripping strip, and the balloon  stretches out on the ground, 'a flat and  empty bag.���F. P. Lahm, U. S. A., ln  Outing Magazine.  Playing School  ���'How many seed compartments are  there in an apple?" he queried.  ���No  one  knew.  "And yet," said the school inspector, "all of you eat many apples, in  the course of a year, and see"*the fruit  every day, probably. You must learn  to notice the little things in nature."  The talk of the inspector impressed  the children and they earnestly discussed the - matter at recess time.  The teacher of the next day overheard this conversation in the play  yard. A little girl, getting some of  her companions around her, gravely  said: "Now, children, just s'pose  that I'm Mr. Inspector. You've got  to know more about common things.  Ii you don't you'll all grow up to be  fools Now tell me," she said, looking  sternly at a playmate, "how many  feathers has  a hen?"���Selected.  Principal of Public School���What  are your views on the subject of corporal punishment? Do you approve  of it?  ���"New Boy's Mother���No, indeed, sir.  I think when they're bad ye should  jusk-i-iye-Jem__a  good thrashing.-^  Harper's   Weekly.  /Many inherit weak lungs and as  disease usually assails the weakest  point, these persons are continually  exposed to attacks of cold arid pulmonary disturbances. The speedy  use of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup will be found a preventive, and  a protection, strengthening' the organs so that they are not so liable  to derangement from exposure or  abrupt atmospheric changes. Bickle's Syrup is cheap and good.  Ellen (the nurse, to little girl of six,  who is supposed to have an afternoon  sleep every day)���Nancy, you are a  naughty little girl not to have gone  to sleep this afternoon!  Nancy (reproachfully)���Ellen! Ellen! Don't you remember the three  times you looked over the screen and  I was fast asleep?���Punch.  Minard's    Liniment    Cures    Diphtheria.  Town Visitor (to small applicant for  a holiday)���What is your father?  Smnll Applicant���'E's me father.  T. V.���Yes; but what is he?  S.   A.���.E's  me  stepfather.  T. V.���Yes, yes. But what does he  do? Does he sweep chimneys, or drive  'busses, or what? ' f  S. A. (with dawnine light of comprehension)���O-o-w! No, 'e ain't done  nuthin, since we've had 'im!���Punch  When the Butter is  streaked, you may be  sure it was not  Windsor  Dairy  Salt  that was used to salt it  ���for Windsor Salt gives  an even colour.  All grocers sell  Windsor Salt, ��,  They Are Not Easily Disturbs While  - - Saying Their Prayers.  - When saying his prayers the true  Mussulman Is not easily disturbed.  Hans  Doerlng.  In  bis account of his  ��� travels iu Chinese Turkestau. writes:  "It is au interesting sight to see a  Mussulman perforin bis devotions.  Through the piece of glass in my paper window I saw the interpreter  spread his carpet In front of his house  Just opposite the one in which I was  living. His wife and child sat quite  close to him talking loudly with some  visitors, but tbis did" not in the least  disturb the old hum at his devotions.  "In spite of the noise the melodious  chanting of the Koran was quite audible. The worshiper kotowed several  times and cried 'Allah, Allah. Allah!'  theu for awhile stood reverentially  clasping bis hands crosswise upon bis  breast after which he Joined In the  conversation."  "His wife then went through the  same performance, doing exactly the  same as her husband. This they do  every morning and evening whether  there are friends with tbem or not"  The Growth of Trees in Manitoba  Some figures compiled by the Forestry Branch of the Department of  the Interior gives some interesting  information as to the growth which  may be expected from hardwood, or  broad-leaved forests in Southern Manitoba. In an article by Mr. Roland  D. Craig, . F.'.E., Inspector of Forest  Reserves, published in the Canadian  Forestry Journal, a table is given  showing the average height and average diameter at breast, height (i. e.,  at fovn* and a half feet above the  ground) of trees in the Turtle Mountain Forest Reserve. The figures run  ns follows:  At age of  10 yrs, diameter IX in., height 13X it  20 yrs, " 3 1-5 in., "28 ft  30 vrs,     " 4 7-10 in.,     "   38     ft  40 yrs.     "       C in.,     "    40X ft  50 vrs, ������:*��� 7 1-5 in., " 51 ft  60 yrs, " 8 7-10 in., "54 ft  70 yrs,. " 10 1-10 in., '���'���'. 56X ft  80 yrs,    ."       11 1-10 in.,     "   58     ft  The table quoted above also gives  the amount of wood which may be  expected to have been formed on  these trees at the end of the same  periods as above. The figures follow:  At age of  10 yrs, 4 cords wood per acre per year  20 yrs, 22 cords wood per acre per year  30 yrs, 32 cords wood per acre per year  40 yrs, 41 cords wood per acre per year  50 yrs, 47 cords wood per acre per year  60 yrs, 52 cords wood per acre per year  70 yrs, 55 cords wood per acre per year  80 yrs, 58 cords wood per acre per. year  From a coonsideration of the above  figures it is obvious that the best  period to cut the timber would be at  the age of forty .to fifty years, when  cordwood of good size would ; have  been produced, and before the yield  would have. fallen off, as it subse-  sequently does. Thus the reserve  would produce an average of a cord  of��� wood per acre per year; .and one  dollar per cord on the stump does not,  at present prices, seem an excessive  price to ask for the timber. Thus  tlie 55,000 acres of forest on the reserve would produce an annual revenue of $55,000 per year.  ef '  I  Neighbor���If your statenient is true  your clothes line was robbed by  tramps.  Judson���How do you make that out?  Neighbor���Didn't you say they-took  everything but tlie towels?���Illustrated Bits.  One trial of Mother Grave's Worm  Exterminator will convince you that  it has no equal as a worm medicine.  Buy a bottle and see if it does not  please you.    Y   ��� '..  A letter has come from filiuS, at  college. Mater has read it with many  a sigh. -  Mater���Fred feels so cheap because  of his failure to pass. Y. ;  .   .       ������.  Pater���Hum!  Mater���What shall I write to comfort him?  Pater (with resignation)���Tell him  he needn't.    He isn't.���Puck.  A Stayer  "When Mr. Nervy proposed to me  first," said Belle, "I said 'No I a thousand times. No!' "  "And didn't that settle him?" enquired Tess.  "No, he said that meant 500 affirmatives."���Philadelphia Press.  Doing  His Share  "I suppose you have made all your  preparations for a brilliant social  season?"  "Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox, "my  part is done. I stopped at the bank  this morning and got a new set of  cheque books for mother and the  girls."���Wnshington Star.  Shiloh's  Cure  Cures  Coughs  and Colds  QUICKLY  Use Shiloh's Cure  for the worst cold,  the sharpest cough  ���try it on a guar-  antee of your  money back if it  doesn't actually  CURE quicker  than anything you  ever tried. Safe to  take,���nothing in  it to hurt even a  baby. 34 years of  success commend  Shiloh's Cure������  25c.. .meO.. Si.    W  T  Blindness of Conceit.  "Ever notice the density  of a conceited person?" asked a business man.  "To me that's the most* striking thing  about such an individual. Maybe be  has some qualities that Justify bis  good opinion of himself, and maybe  not. He's dense Just the same, and  ftbe proof of It is that he doesn't realize  how  he impresses his  associates  un-  ,pleasantly.==If^the^average^.conceited  man had tbe least idea of the handicap under which he is laboring he'd  shed it mighty quick. But be hasn't  and It's impossible to drill It Into him.  He's the modern human ostrich, with  his head stuck Into the sand, so tar  as any recognition of his disagreeable  trait Is concerned." i  Half Understood.  "What are you reading, Marian V  asked mamma of a little girl with ber  head bent down under a heavy volumo  in her lap.  " The- Wide Awake World,' mamma."  "Gracious, child!" Interrupted a big,  sister.' "You can't understand, more  than hair of tbat book."  Marian looked at the Bpeaker with  dignity. "I read It for the half I do  understand," she said.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  A teacher observed what he thought  a lack pf patriotic enthusiasm in one  of the boys under his instruction.  "Now, Tommy," said he. "tell us  what you would think if you saw the  nationalflag waving over the field of  battle."  "I should think." was the logical  reply of Thomas, '"that the wind was  blowing."  For  Churches  and Schools  Jusl ��e Cnllnt is idetl (of churches  h_ schools, (or in brtntr. dianKnea,  ecoaonir���for ilf Military potfaetioa (no  i lo calch dirt)���lor i_ &l��-prooi qualities.  | PEDLAR g��V?��5_  Atxnr* 2.000 m-xJern Amiens ia everr style ol  aood art���-stde-walli to natch in Harmony wi-.h  interior scheaas���adapted to any color-schema or  architectural motira. Allow us tn send you  lilntu-ated details and quote pnees.   Address      2us  The PEDLAR People Tt"  Oshawa Montreal Ottawa Toronto London Wlnntpec  I was cured of terrible lumbago by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  REV. WM BROWN.  I was cured of a bad case of earache by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS.  S.   KAULBACK.  I was cured of sensitive lungs  bv  MINARD'S LTNTMENT.  MRS.  S.  MASTERS.  "So your dnugliter Is going to marry  a title?" said the old acquaintance.  "No," answered Mr. Cumrox, "It's  worse than that. She's got to take a  fellow that 1 don't like along with lt"  Truet.  "Here you went and told me yon  would trust Beasley with your life,  and on the strength of that I loaned  bim $10 that now you tell me I'll never get"  "Well, what of It? I said I'd trust  blm with my life, and I would. Beasley may be a beat, but he Is ho assassin."  Preserving Her Bridges..  Mrs. Gossip���Mrs.  Rlchlelgb  oas so  much  embonpoint,   hasn't she?    Mrs  ** Sonieup (ludicrously)���Welt,  now, she  might have If she wasn't so fat  The best portraits are those In which  there Is a slight mixture of caricature  ���Macau I ui*.  Pretty  Bad.  "Well," asked Stinjay. "what do you  think of the cigar?  My doctor especial  ' ly recommended that brand to me."  "H'm!" coughed Knox.  "So be want*  to cure j*ou of the tobacco habit, eh?"  Her Mission.  "She always reminds me of a public  office."  "That's curious."  "Not sp very. She's continually seeking the man, you know."  Hit Coat of Arms.  Mrs. Newrlch-Don't you think. William, ^now we are getting Into the  smart set that we should have a coat  of arms? Mr. N.���Certulniy, my dear.  I'll see niy tailor about It tomorrow.���  London Opinion..  A Horse with a  Strained Shoulder  is aound^s a dollar in 34 hours  after you rub the sore spot with  Fellows' Leaning's Essence.  It gives instant relief in all  cases of Strains, Bruises and  Swellings ��� draws the pain  right out ��� atrengthena the  weak back, shoulder or knee.  Whether you have one horse  or twenty, accidents are liable  to happen any time. Keep 'a  bottle of  I Fellows'  Leemrng's  Essence  handy so you can have it when  needed.  Look for tbe Label  s  Stanfield's Underwear  comes in three weights  for winter wear.  And you  can get just  the weight you want by  looking   for   the label ���  on   every   genuine  Stanfield garment.  Red label���light weight  Bine label���medium weight  Black label���heavy weight  ^    Your  dealer   will  likely   nive  all weights.    If not, he can  get them for you.  STANFIH.DS  LIMITED,  50c. a bottle.    At dealers.  NATIONAL  DRUQ A  CHEMICAL CO-  UMITED, MONTREAL.  14k Cuff Links  85.50  0UR $5.50 pair of solid 14k"  gold   Cuff   Links  will  make a good practical Christmas gift to a man.  "J~HEY   are   substantially  made, and reinforced in  the places where the ordinary-  link gives out.  Our Illustrated Oatalogua  ���howlner �� targa assortment of  Cuff  Links will be mailed upon  rsquests  Ryrie Bros.,  Limited  134-138 Yon$e St.  TORONTO  W.    N.   U.    No.   666. H  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  P iblieht-d in theintprs/slo? the people  of Moyie and Ei^jt JEIc-o^epay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisjieb.  BATES OFdUBS-SKIrTlOJ5*.  Oie Year    $2.00  SATURDAY",   W?0. ,14,1907.  ..'  s  .  TIME TO ACT.  In about thirty dayo' time the  meeting of the Associated Boards  of Trade will be holding their  annual convention in Moyie.  Tne delegation will comprise the  most capable men that can be selected by the various boards  throughout the Kootenays and  phe Bjundary. These gentlemen  will be Moyie's guests for two,  .three, or possibly four days,' and  ifc will be up to the people here to  see to ifc that they ar looked af cei*  properly. As we have pointed  but before, Moyie must; not be  found wanting on this important  occasion. It is very important;  t'aafc our visitors at that time  shall be sent away with a good  impression of the place and the  people. A comfortable hall must  ' be provided for their meetings,  aud the best of ho.tel accommodations must be arranged for. There  should be nothing to good for  *fc_em while they are with us.  President Campbell of the local  board suggests holding a public  meeting not later than hexb Wednesday evening and have a thorough, discussion of the matter.  The suggestion is an excellent one  and he should have the hearty  co-operation of the whole  town  in his efforts.   The date of the  * *. <.  meeting is fa3fc approaching, and  there should be no delay in mak ���  ing* the necessary preparations.  Shall the people"'of IfToyie main-  tain'their reputation' of being a;  lot of princes, or be dubbed a  bunch of "dead ones?"  : A Square Deal  Ib assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce's  family medicines���for all the ingredi-  ehta entering into them are printed en  tha boUlo-.wrapper- and their for_iuh'.s  aro attested under oath as being c-mplote  and correct You know just what you are  paying for and that tho ingredients are  gathered from Nature's laboratory, being  ���selected from the most valuable native  jmedicina.1 roots' found growing in our  ���Amertdkn forestSTtBdjvhiie potent to curo  fare'/wfeeri^harmlf^^ the most  ���deli-Jit-** y-'omH^5,chiltrren?kJJ2ta dro  '"'     '"'"i^iteftjntojilj^^r  ISotlsjiisii  y!>"-  j  Wlmn to Go Home.  _a_4Uf 5_i��Lj^sn��a7Jgt^gZ5_3  ���urlncinlea tiscdjiillTcjn ylz.���ptirn  fr-Jined glycerine. -This ac-mu, pos  Sirs. Nicholas J_ongworth has  reached the height of fashion.  .She has been operated on for appendicitis.   '���    '   ''   UO-t   The reason that "prison   yawns  \jfor the men who have misapplied  the funds of confiding depositors"  is that prison has gotten so tired  waiting for them.  ;ii  Supporters   of   Mr.   E'airbank  assert that   he   will   make    no  /i ii.--  pledges during the race for the  -nomination ifc-may-be necessary  -for him to sign one, though.  Miners' Magazine: The "Cashier's Check7 is now being dubbed  /'Christian Science',' money. Mrs.  Eddy will raise an objection, as  the old lady will insist; that  "Christian Science" is founded  on something" more stable than  "wild cat" paper.'  At the coming meeting of the  Associated  Boards of   Trade |in  r\ ���������..���      I I-;.      ��� . .        ***   '  Moyie next months resolutions  will bo passed asking for an extension of tho lead bounty,  which expires in June, 1908.  This bounty has proved so beneficial in the past that a continuance of it will meet* with  scarcely any opposition.  SEES!  }$re jr.   _., ,        a���i possesses  Intrinsic meaiciifal properties of its own,  b )ing a most valuable* autisoptic and anti-  U rment,- nutritive and soothing domul-  ���?H inu       ��� ���       .  '���'Glycerine plays an important part in  U'r. Pierce's Golden Afedical Discovery in  tl/o cuj-e'pf indigestion, dyspepsia and  -fl-eak 'stbmach;'atteiided by sour risings,  hJart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue,  poor appetite, gnawing feeling In stomach, buiousnoss and kindred derangements of tho stomach, liver and bowels.  Besides curing all tbo abovo distressing  ailments, tho "Golden Medical Discovery "  is a specific for all diseases of tho mucous  membranes, as catarrh, whether of tho  nasal passages or of tho stomach, bowels  or pelvic organs. Even In its ulcerative*  stages it will ylnld to this sovereign remedy If Its use bo pr-rsovcrcd In. In Chronic  Catarrh of tho Nasal passages, It7s will,  while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery" for tho necessary constitutional  treatment, to cleanse the passages freely  two or three tlmos a day with Dr. Sago's  'Catarrh'Kemedy. .This thorough course  of treatment generally cures* tho' worst  cases.  ������ In coushs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lunjf afTcctlons, excoptcon-  ���'sumption In Its advanced status, tho "Golden  Medical Discovery" is a most efficient remedy, especially ln thoso obstinate, hang-on  coushs caused by Irritation and congestion of  ���tho bronchial mucous membranes. Tho " Dis"  covery ��la not so good for acute coughs arising- from sudden colds, nor must it bo expected to euro-consumption in Its advanced  stages���no medicine will do that���but for all  tho obstinate, chronic couifhs, which, jf neglected, or badly treated, lead up to consump" ���  UorultlstMbestXQC*5_lcJnqth��tcanbetake)-��l  How Dlplithoria is   Contrasted.  One often hears tbo - xpression*  ."My child caught a severe cold  which developed into diphtheria."  when the truth was that the cold  had simply left the little' one  particularly susceptible to the'  wandsrii-g diphtheria germ.  When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given it quickly cures the  cold and lessens the danger of  diphtheria or any other germ disease being contracted.- For sale  by The Moyie Drug & Stationery  Co, .-'    .,  From the -Blufftqn,. Ind Banner:  "When tired out, go home. When  you want consolation* go home,  When you want fun, go home.  When you want to show others  that you have reformed, go home  and let your family get acquainted with the fact. When you  want to show yourself at your  best go home and do the act  there. When you feel like being  extra liberal go home and practice on 3*our wife .and children  first. When you "want to shine  with extra brilliancy go home  and light up the whole, household." To which we would add^  when you have a bad cold go  home^ and take Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy and a quick cure  is certain. For sale by The  Aloyio Drug & Stationery. Co.  L O.O. F.  ���i.*v~8 wildey Lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  W. H. Laiud .?���-/��� Smyth, '"  Noble Grand.      ,-."'.':  Secr'y...  NOTICK.  N'ollco Is hereby given thnt sixty days after  'lute, the Consolldiited Mlnli-iu i SmoltiuR Co  nf Cnmuln, Limited, intends to apply to the  Chief Commi.s.sionei of I.nnds unci works /or u  M>ecl-1 timber licence ,to out aud carry away  linber from the following" tllssrlbed laud in  .South Kast Kootenay district, cdmmonciug ut a  pout planted at the S. E. Corner of, Lot 3G-J5  (Half Moon Mineral Claim) about half a mile  East from the town of Moyio, thence North  eighty chains, thence East eighty chains,  thenceSouth eighty chains, thenee West eighty  chains topoiutof ooniine'ncement.  rilK CON, MINING "& SMELTING CO. OF  CANADA, Ltd.,  W. P. WHITE,  Agent.  Movie, IS. C. September 26,190J.  _ .        NOTICK.  Iransftr of Hotel Liconce.  Take notice that we intend to  apply to the Board of Licence  "commissioners at their next regular meeting, on���.the 16 th of  December, -1007, for a transfer  from ourselves to Ben J. Riley of  the hotel licence of the^Interna-  tional hotel at Moyie, B. O.   ��� *  ���'  : ARMSTRONG-S; RILEY.  Dated this ldth day of November  19th.  WATER STOCK SALE  Eight hundred and ninety  shares of stock in. the 'Moyie  Water company. Will sell  for '50 cents a share: the  price paid for it seven years  ago.    Apply to Mrs. Farrell.  LINOLEUM  CARPETS  Farm Land For Sale,  One hundred and -sixty acres of,  land 1G miles from Pincher creek.  Land all fenced, good house  water, close to school, land all  tillable, 15 acres under cultivation.  Will sell for .$25 an acre. Apply  at this office.  When furnishing your  home or hotel don't forget we can furnish you  promptly and. .complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Ffirniture  Conipany  NELSON, -   -   -    B.C,  AGENTS  Mason & Riych Piano Co.  Ostermoor Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  -_. ���_ %J VfcT-Va; %J t_V~_L~ WML*  The   owners  of  the   Moyie  townsite are making a 25  per cent reduction on all  tlieir property.  EDUCATIONAL.  Mr. S. Moore, B. A., wlllgive instruction in Bookkeeping, Languages and Science, in the evening.  Mrs. Moore gives lessons on the  organ and piano, and theory of  music. Apply_at_residence i   J?rom Lowery's Upper Stops.  (Greenwood .Ledge)  This is an age of reform. Even  the smelters in the Boundary  have quit smoking.  Ireland is shipping butter to  Toronto. Pretty ' soon Ireland  will be importing policemen from  the United States, '  A bowling alley for ladies has  beeu established in Nelson. The  fair sex should make pin money  At this' sport.  We feel as though the time had  arrived  to start another   paper.  In the days of a panic one  paper  v/ill hardly  buy all   the  supplies  that an eiitor requires.  F. J, SMYTH  AGENT  BOX 4.  MOYIE B.C.  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  18 THE GREATEST  THEATRICAL $ SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  $4.00 Per Year.    Single Copy, 10 Cts,  ISSUED WEEKLY./  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),  ALBERT J. BOBIE,       m PDBI.ISHEH8,  lYm-wmku, ���1ji w-2eTH si.jMBwyoi-j*-.  3t.- Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  xioardmg and Day School conducted hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson^-  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence aud  swift progress oharacteaize each department. Parents Bhould write for  particulars. One mouth assures the  public', of the thoroughness of the  Sisters'methods of teaching. Terms  comniwiioe January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during f.orm.  FRESH  eitiBery  u  0t. Eugene Lodge No. **7.  K. pf P,  Meets eysry Thursday  evenipg    in   McGregor  hall at ,S  c.'clock.   Vis-  iling brothers invited.   '  A. G. Monkhousb, Findlay,  Chaucellor Com. K. it.andS,  Moyie   Miners'   IJnion  No. 71 W, F, of M,  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Kelly,  Secretary  John Taylpc -; !���K- Thos. E.  !''%President/ itr'.'. 7.   7   Sc  Harvey,    McCarter  &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  W. I\ GITRD,  BAKKISTBK, SOUCIIOB, BXO.  CRA.NBEOOK. -   B. C  C. H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B.C.  DR. P. B. MILES;  DENTIST.  Cranbrook, B, C.  "S"  George H. Thompson,  ,J .r t    * . ( *   ,  BAJRKISTKK, SOLrCITOK  .'   ' tary Public, &c.        -  CEANBEOOK,      Beitish Columbia  W. R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 9.   '- ��� . CRANBROOK  -.THE���  w \:jv^<& | j  -LET LS STAKD'-.CGE.Hllt."  You to buy our trousers and other  garments, and we "mtfke ;good"   our  assertion that lor   stlye,  fit, quality  and price '..���-,'���  YOU CAN'T DUPLICATE  OUE   GARMENTS.  It's a broad assertion but provable.  Our best -citizens wear our clothes,  1'hey are walkiny proofs of all wo assert, Onr "trousers sale" is a''special."   Don't miss it.  Cleaning, repairing and  pressing done.'  C. A. FOOTE  MOYIE,  B. C  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. H. SMAI.il, Manager.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first class sample rooms?  Wm. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  \- * s^ t  Leave Orders at  GWynne's Store.  MOYIE British: Colu ml  A. L.  McKllLOP  DESADI.NIEK BEOS,   Trops.  I ��i *��  Large   sample   room   in   connection  with house for commercial men.   Best  of a-jcommodations.  (., '.'���  Headquarters for   Commercial and Mining Men.  Queens avenue,        moyie, b. o *  ASBAT]  BUY YOUE  Olefins*  8170>TD^i-00 OSS.  Candv  FRO]^  A B. Stewart  & Co.  P. BURNS & GO  MOYIE, B. C.  GOLD WATCH  Boys and girls s.end us your name  and address and we will send you  charges paid 20 sets beautifully  colored  ' '  PICTURE POST  CARDS  to sell at 10 cents a set. Send us  the money collected and we will  send for youj* trouble a handsome  ^  GOLD WATCH  Write today.   Address,  Royal Supply Co.  NELSON,  JB. C  O  P. DESAULNIER  i..     , ,  DEAIEE IN  PROMPT DELIVERY".  Queens' Aire.     MOYIE  CANADIAN  Christmas   Excursions  EAST  $68.95  TO MONTREAL  Toronto and all points  west thereof in Ontario  and Q,ueb.ec.  Quebec, St. John,    Halifax   and  other Maritime   province   cities.  Rates on application.  Tickets on sale daily  DECEMBER, 1st. to 3ist.  Round trip, first class  Three months' limit.  OLD COUNTRY RATES  Halifax,   St.   John   or   Portland  -.-* * ' *���   and return  - -���!��� 4   i  $73,35  Return Ocean Fares,  Saloon Second       , Steerage  $104.50 $75.00 $55.00  and up according to steamer.  E)dr detailed information   sailing  ocean steamers, first class or tourist   sleeper    reservations   apply  local agent or  ST. 'ANICET,  ^    *�����������-,��.����� y  QUEBEC. I  JOHN MOE,  Diet, Pass. Agt,  NeUon,  E. J. GOYLE,  Asu't Qenl. PuaB.AB)  Vancouver.  THE CANADIAN BAN:  OF GOMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TOUONTO  ESTABLISUED 1867  B. E. WAIKEE, President  ALES.. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent af  Y Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,006-1  Rest, , V - 5,000,00M  Total Assets, ?. 113,000,000j  Branches tiroughout panada, and in tbe JJnltedl States and. Engtend;  BANKING  BY  MAIL M  Business inay be transacted by mail with aiiy bran-chl  of the Bank. Accounts may be opened and deposits!  made or -withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid]  to ont-of-tbwn accounts.  CRAWBBOOK BRftMCJI. - F. C. MALPAS. MGl  Cosmopolitan Hotel  DIMOCK & HAGARTY,  Proprietors.  Nearest Hotel to the St. Eugene mine.  . Headquarters  for Miners.  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND OIGAIJ  Rates $1.00 a day and up.  HARRY DIMOCK.  JOHN HAOAR'.i  BIG STRIKE  The people of Moyie struck  luck when they began look-  i ng int.o the prices of  FURNITURE  at the C. C. S. Stores,  QRANBHOOK.  If .you have a bedroom tq  fix up, a dining room or  parlor to furnish, it v/ill pay  yo.u .to get prices from this  .c.ompany. Freight prepaid  on aill orders.  Co-Operative   Stores  LIMITED.  I MOYIE    HOTEL.  <n  P. LF. J0EMS1OM  This Hotel is New and well Furnished The  Tables are.Supplied with tjie Best the  Mamet affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands pf Liquors and Cigars.  <J> HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMER.CIAL  % . AND MINING MEK  ��    MOTIB _____ _ BIUTISn COLUMBIA  �����������&SC--J ������6-3 ��������������������^6��e���^a^���ft������3'55a*^a9^.;?336*S������6����-']  ' 1���Ip-mMviJimMWgmu  e  As  imda by the present brewer  is' admittedly   the  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Best Malt and  be Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled /or quality.  Iusist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  GHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  MOYIE, B. 0,  W ^������^���-at'''5���i*��''>>5i *5*^!^.-l55w*;5**i5?-555S-5?-^>fc,"*^:^ ^���"CSe -55,5*,C*��J  !   Moyie Bakery -J  ^ Fre^h   Bread,   Pies  and Cake,g   always k  w on Hand- S.  W All kinds of CAKES made,to   order." ��j  vj> y j j j. .��_: i) r v. i j j j _: j: j jo.  f     ,R. M. CALDER, Proprietor.  wS553?*^;_:**^;5?"!w;*,5C,555S*,w^.'-^.-'^'^.<>

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